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LeMars Semi-Weekly Post (Newspaper) - January 17, 1899, Lemars, Iowa 1} 1> >� /!> $ fl> fl> 0> fl� 1> m m w s (1/ w !0UR NEAR NEIGHBORS. I * * WcMvllI tin pleased to publish non-h from liny |iiiri. of tlin county, If II, In koiiI In us but w must. Insist that tin; unities tt\gn tliilr iiium,. in their roriesnomlom-e. Tlio name i wiil not tin publlhliDil but, wc vvniit. to know jvh'jlt Is from :in(l 1 lint II Is reil.-ilile. Wig is a -'.a'.oincn'. of our? foi-atul received :\l tho Akron ilurini; tlio your iSOS: F\n -IT: voae-morchan-mi'-cella- Fi.llo warded Mtal.ion warded-Stock, 100: (,'ruin. tables, w m Hi Zhc Xeflftavs post. Semi-U/eokly, rOIlI.IHHED UY SIMKINS & REICHMANN. 817 Sixth St., IjeMaur, Iowa. TfllMH OF HiniSCIIlPTION. Onci Yntir....................................$ JnoYour, if paid st ili' in ml vaui'u..... 1.00 If sunt In hIiikIu wruppers In points outstilo of the county, SI M pur yuur In advance. telephone no. 09. i ntorutl at tho I'OHt-ollIco at LoMurs, lo� aaHecond-UlasH Mattur. A dispatch from Dub Moines says that an important ami formidable movement is under way for tho ostub-liBhrnont of a Htraijrht democratic morning daily in Ues Moines, The leaders in oi'fiaiii/.inf,' tho eompany which will own and publish it are Newton \i. A^liby, late United Btute9 consul at Dublin, who will he a larfie atochholdor and editor; Sccrotiiry HufTman, of tho democratic atato com mlttoo, who will probably bo business and circulation mauaKor; J. J. Hat-ton-bower, lato democratic candidato for mayor, and J. U. Romans, of Denlson, who ran for conf�roB� on tho doinocratic ticket last fall. The Dea Moines Loador in commenting on tho political situation in Iowa sizes up this senatorial district as follows: In tho Chorokoo-Plymouth-lda district a light la probable. Hobart would Uko another term, and is regarded as a yirobublo (Jummius man, provided Perkins should not bo a candidato. W. O. Stryker, of Oherokeo, ha� boon talked of as a possible candidato, but friends of both say ho will not ontor tho race against Hobart. Chorokoo's only roil Bonablo chance of rotainlng tho Boat is to Btand by Hobait on tho socontl term argument. Ida Is reported as likely to bring in a candidato or two and Plymouth may do so unless tho Cliassoll Sammls oloments can prevent It, In tho Interests of tho aspirations of thoRO two Plymouth county mon for stato oihcoB Slnco tho Dnbuquo convention It has boon acooptod that Sammls would bo a candidate for railroad commissioner noxt yoar, or possibly this yoar, and if this, Is truo Ills Interest would bo to koop Plymouth county out of other lights. Theue is no country In tho world with as great possibilities as this. A fow years �fjo a man was practicing law In Canton, Ohio, with only inodor-ato biiccoss. Todayibo holds tho high est oflloo In tho land; and hundrodB of llko oasos could bo cited, Tho Onavva (Iowa) Democrat recalls tho time whon Rev, Dr. Hills, who has been called to tho pulpit of Plymouth ohuroh, Brook lyn, lived in Onawa. Mr. IIIUb was elected a toachor in tho schools of Onawa on April 7, 1870. At tho time of his olootlon, says tho Democrat, ho was a pale, thin, undorsi/.od youth of llttlo oxporlonco, Ho was clouted at salary of $27.00 por month and hold his position through April and May of 1870. Ho applied for tho position for tho ensiling your, but was not cousid orod a man of eulllolont oxperieneo and was not re-elected. Mr, Hills did not oominenco b 1b studios for tho mlnlBtery until after ho loft Onawa. The Des Moines Loader revives tho following bit of history whloh Indicates thero are othors besides Quay. "On tho samo day that a inombo of tho Montana legislature arose In his seat and 'Hushed a roll" of $30,000, which ho said had boon ofTorod for his vote and that of throo other members In the interests of Millionaire Clark's candidacy, Chauncy M. Dopow was nominated for senato in Now York. The ooiuoidonco recalls a point in Dr. Depow's euroer which has been charitably ignored or forgotten. In 1881, Di\ Depew was a candidato for sonator, to take the place left vacant by Conkllng's sonBattonsl resignation, - During tho balloting Assemblyman Bradley rose In bis place and declared that; ho held in his hand $2,000 which "Lo" Sessions had given him for a promise to vote for Depew, The money was delivered to an oflloei' or the home, but nothing THE LOST BIBLE. A Dos Molnos minister rocontly preached asormon on "Tho Lost Hook - its finding In a closest of the Temple ami its restoration by a nioio pious king of Judah. He feared that tlio book was as much lost today ns in those far away days, and called upon bis hoarors, liko tho, ancient law giver, to lind it again and restore it to its primacy among books. Tho foar expressed by tho Don Moines minister finds common expression nowadays, and, it is holioved, with somu roason. A generation, or at least two genet' aliotiB ago, familiarity with tho bible was a necessary part of education, and, as tho "losson leaf" was not their al most every child knew tho sacred book and was familiar with its texts, A biblo in our grandfatliors's timo was as ncc ossury a part of tho household furni turo us tho family alburn; now, in many instancos, thoy havo both boon romov od from their position honor on the contor table and relegated to forgotton limbos. A man who writes in tlio Christian Advocate recently obtained conflrma-tlon of tho foar of churchmen that in tho case of the bible also, history is i"J pouting itself, by sending out to oiio hundred eollego mon nine queries, cor roct answor to which would Indlcato an ordinary familiarity with tho bible Tho questions, most simple It will liu observed, wero as follows. 1 What is tho pentateuch? 2 What is tho highest criticism of tho scriptures? .1. Doob tho book of vJudo belong to tho Now Tcatament or to tho Old? 1. Namoono of the patriarchs of tho Tostamont. 5. Name ono of tho judges of the Old Tosttttuont. fl. Namo throo of tho kings of Israoh. 7. Namo throo prophots. 8. Givo ono of tho beatitudes. 0. Quoto a vorso from tho letter to the Romans. Ninoty-stx of tho papers wore ro turned. Tho purposo had boon explained, bo tho result, together with muoh frank confession of Ignorance, may ho taken to Indlcato that tho answers wero fair and represented knowlogo 'on hand. Of tho nlnoty-Blx popes only eight answorod all of tho question? correctly. Tho olghth question fooivod tho most oorroot answor and tho second the fowest. In order of tholr apparent difficulty, tho questions wore anBWored corrootly us follows. Tho number givon a correct an Bwor to tho eighth was 78, to tho fourth, 01; to tho first, 00; to third, 00 to tho seventh, 02; to tho Blxth, 47; to the llfth, 45; to tho ninth, ;il: to tho socond, ?.. Tho total number of correct answorB was 144, and taking 100 as tho approximate numbor of papers, we arrlvo at tho conclusion that of uitio questions, tho avorago student was ablo to answer only about ouo-hulf. Muny will bo inclined to bollovo that a reason for this ovidnco of declining familiarity with the biblo is to bo found In tho Sunday school, whoro tho biblo has long siuco coasod to bo a par of tho child's equlpmout, Ho in given losson loaves and quarterlies and, no doubt, Is many times ignorant or un concious that ho Is Imbibing tho holy book by piecemeal; that ho Is having it "made easy" for him, so easy that, fulllling tho kindergarten plun, ho 1b wholly unconscious of what ho Is glutting. A truo and lasting familiarity with tho biblo, wo havo roaeon to be IIovo, oun novor bo obtained excopt tin ough constant reading of tho biblo ItBolf, and tho consensus of lminvread-ing generations has been that, of all books, It oiiers the raoBt. Whether a ohild beeomoB a dootor, a lawyer or a oundlostlok maker, a mlnistor or a Jit-orary man, familiarity with tho bible will stand him In good stead.-Louder, king8ley. JX'l-l.'lI I 'oM'l.'SJJOlHlI'TJI'I!, Horn to Mr. and Mrs. L. I'. .lusti, Thursday, .fan. 12, a girl. Sim Cottroll of Pierson, was a Kings-ley visitor last Saturday. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Darling, Friday, January III, a boy. Mrs. .Thornley, Mrs. Obeihulsor's uothor, visited with her last week. Mrs. .1. ,1. Davis loft recently for Morrison, 111., whoro sho will visit for a fow weeks. Miss Mausfiokl loft lust Thursday for an extended visit to her sister, who livus in Now York. Will Mason has accoptcd a position with Hioko Bros., and ontcred upon 1i!b duties there last Friday, Randolph Payno and J. A. Ingalls went to LcMars l-'rlday, returning homo Saturday morning. Mrs. W. W. Payno has been laid up ecently with an attack of the grip, but is now able to bo out again. Ira Patterson is enjoying a visit from his brothor, O. W. Patterson, of An-Irew, Iowa, whom ho had not Been for twenty years. John Hall and Herb Cross left last Saturday for Smith's Falls, Ontario, whoro thoy will visit with relatives and friends for two or three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. (loo. Krapll ontcrtained Mr. and Mrs. ,T. U. Nash, Ur. and Mrs. Itippov, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Uioko at dinner on Wednesday evening, Jan, 11. Special services will be hold this week at tho M. 10. church, when the Kov. J. T. Leo will conduct them, being assisted by a Scotch evangelist, D. W. Macgregor. Tlio Klngsloy Library recent'y purchased sixty-four more new books, nntl now has a total of 02b books on its shelves: and Is receiving an increased patronago right along. Last l'Viday night Mi', and Mrs. Oeo. Krapll bad a small evening party, at which wero present Mrs Kate lillic, the Misses Madgo Ellis and Pearl Johnson, and Messrs. ff. C. Christian and Charles Kills. Tho Hester building on lowor Muin street, which has recently been pur chased by the Modern Woodmen, i.-: now raised olT its- foundation and this week will bo moved to a lot just north of Swanborg's tailor shop. Thoy aro going to lix it up this spring and will havo, when finished, a very commodi oils lodge room upstairs. A Firemen's ball was given in the rink on Friday evening, Jan. III. and was very largely attended. Tho Fourth Ui'gimont orchestra, of Sioux City, had boon engaged for tho occasion, and tho music rendered was excellent in quality and perfect in execution There was a largo attendance of coun try folks and tho lloor was woll fillod all the evening. It was a most success ful affair socially and linuuclally. Another dance, with tho samo orchestra, Is talked of In tho near future neoiH. (i pounds, lumber, butt�r, Hl.l.V-. In1*: stoni pound?-, I-" Kicuipls--, 'Ml: suit. (,.;.; va\. Coal, '� : beer. fruits, 4: mill products, 1; mcrchandis o2; machinery, wagons and 20: bricks, f,: liimj 4: cattle, lanootH, 7. Total carloads 790; total carloads received, total, 1.101. carriages, fill: miscel-forwarded, 401: grand % Good f i\ Chances---" % & 49 IN 49 hancock. Apodal t.'orrr-spnmlcnrc. Mr. Stephen Page is husking corn theso days. We understand Mr. Wiliott Is going south with Mr. Grilllth. Mr. L C. Harlan is on the sick list and his school is now closed. Mr. C. K. Ross marketed a load of hogs to JclTorson last Wednesday. Miss Kato McKinzie has gone home on a week's vacation from John Pike's, whoro she has been working a few weeks. Mr. Hert Luchsinger has returned homo. Ho has been north hording sheep. Ho purchased a new $70 buggy Who is going to be tho first girl to rido In it, Bert? Mr. Oriflltb has been in this vicinity for some time making up an excursion to go south and purchase land in Ten nesseo. Wo understand ho is going ho me the loth. akron. Trltiumi U: Anothor child of H. Schwoisow, of You Won't when you come to sell n~ ll ti your cattle if you do t>e In IT not feed American Stook Food, Sold onlv in Plymouth county by - O. W. Ljuek&y, 3 m'�i La Mure, Iowa. Preston township, .lied last Sunday, of scarlet fovor. F. A. K. Goodroad, formorly ongagod business hero, camo down from Canton, S. D., last Monday, returning Tuesday. Mr. 'Goodroad owns a 500 aero farm noar thut place and will work tho ontlro tract the coming soiv son. Station Agont Soarls received a tolo-grum tnoBBUgo this aftornoon from Carroll, Nob., containing tho sad In telllgnnco that Lincoln SwarU, son of Kov, W. H, Swartz, formorly pastor of tho Akron Baptist church, hud died at tho homo of his puronts noar that place early this morning. No particulars asldo from the fuct of his death could bo obtained. A serious conllagratlon was narrowly averted ut E. B. Prank's photograph gallery last Monday afternoon. Mr. Frank had placed upon the domo of tho stovo a mixture in a bottle, which contained othor and gasoline, for tho purposo of slightly warming It, and whon ho camo to jomovo ita gas had formod in tho bottlo which blow out tho cork and resulted In spontaneous combustion. The blitzing liquid was scattorod about tho room, tlio curpot catching IIro In several places, M Frank's trouBors also igniting. With oommondablo prosonco of mind Mi Frank soi/.ed a oofnfortor from u closet and smothered tho llumos, but not bo foro tho lino carpet had bouu nonrly ruined and a sideboard somowhat Boorohod. It Is safo to say that Mr Prank will koop that particular mix turo at a respectable distance from tlio stove in tho future. UuKislorlSi Henry Soeuiun, who lived oust of town, loft Bomo tlmo last wook between two duys, Sevoral ponplo in town would bo pleased to see him or know his whereabouts, A part of tho maohlicory for tho mill, ono carload arrived Saturday and is being placed In position ua fust as poBslblo, It Is expected that the remaining two oars will arrive by tlmo this is arranged, A select party of about twelvo young people gathered at the home of Wra, Simeon lust Sunduy to celebrate the birthday anniversary of Miss Hannah Simeon who was visiting: there, It is needless to say that all enjoyed Real Estate Transfers. Reported from the Farm Loan A-Abstract riltluu of W. T. Guiber iS; Co LoMurs, fowu- Oct prices from tbcin before ordering (instructs or farm loans. WKI'IK KMDINC JANI.-AUY Mill, WW. Slierill of Plymouth comity to I. S. Struiilo f-.liIV d, December lilb, I WW, filed January H)ili, WM, lot 8 blk 70 LoMurs...........$ o02 01 liichurd-iiu J. ffiobai-ilson and bus and Annie e. Buck & 1ms to C. .1. Anderson vvd December 21th, ISilH filed January Klih, 1HW), swi see III) and nwi nwj nee III 1(2 47 and sol and nei swi see 25, 1)2 48..................... 11000 00 Moore N. S. and wife to A. M. Cross wtl. Dec. 20th, '('8 filed January 10th, 181)1), vo i blk 0!) Akron............ ,'100 1)0 Iowa R. R Land company to Nlcholus Lang wd January :i,d, ISO!) filed January 10th 18110, blk 112 Remsen..... 20(1 00 Mullius Martha and bus to Kniii M. Verliul qed April I full, 1808 filed January 11 th, 1800 lot 15 block 20 Lo Murs.................... 1 00 Sherlock N. e. and w.fe to W. If Kohhiti* wd. Decern bor 20tli, 1808, filed January 12th, 1801) nwi sec. 1, 01 41)......................... 0,400 00 Sargent 1-1. W. and vvifo to L M. Savles wd. Jamnay Oih 1800, filed Jan., 1800 blocks 80 and 00 Akron.... $500 00 Willis John G and wife to Frank Montague wd, August 20lh, 1808 lllod January 12th, 1800, Bwinwi and nwjswl and pt bwJ nwi sec 2,'f, 01, 47 ................... 2,240 00 Baily Minnie and litis to M. C. Remington wd, January 2nd. 1800, lllod January 12 th. 1800 lotO block 00 Lo-MarB...................... 250 00 Glbbona Michael to Jonnio LuikonB wd., January 12th 1800, lllod January 13th, 1800 sj lot 18 and ni lot 17 blk 1 Y. & O.'a Add Lo-Mai'B..................... 1.15 00 .TonoB Marv A. toC. H. Jones Sr., wd., January 5th, 1890 lllod January 13th, 1800 und i lot8 blk.'IO, LoMurs..... 1 00 MnArthur D. P. and wlfo to John It. Hlndo, wd Janu-ury 0th, 1800 lllod January 13th, 1800 wjnei and nwi soi sec 14 03 45, .......... 0000 00 Moody Goo. and wlfo to Han nah Mnllanov wd Docora-bor 17th. 1808 soi swi soc-tlon 18 02 48............... 400 00 Roso Ruth und bus to Nicholas Mortos wd , January 12 th. 1800, filed January 14th 18D0 Bwi nwi and nwi swi sec. 2 01 40................ 4800 00 Bab ComiiT means pnin, danger and possible death for some wives. For othors it moans praotlcally no discomfort at nil. There is no ceoson why childbirth should bo a period of pain and droad. Sov. oral months before a woman becomes a mother she should pvoparo' herself for tho critical ordeal. There is a preparation made whloh is intended for this The American Flag now floats over and protects iJUDa, A -and it will be a fine country for American investments, but in () order to save money for investments you must purchase your $ shoes at the 4J ! 4V Economy 20 Slaughter Sale .. por cent, per cent. 4? 4? 49 4 We do not have a Slaughter every week but just one big Sale commencing JANUARY 3d. purpose alone. The name of this wonderful preparation is Mother's Friend. It is a linimont to bo applied ox-ternally. It rolaxcs the muB-oles and relieves the distension, gives elasticity to overy organ oon-oornod in childbirth, and takes away all danger and nearly all suffering. Best results follow if tlio remedy is used during the wholo period of prog-uanoy. It is tho only remedy of the kind in the world that is endorsed by physicians. $1 por bottle at all drug stores, or sent by mail on receipt olprlco. FitEu Books con. tainlng invaluable in formation for all women, will be sent to any address upon application to Tho Brtdfleid Rogulityr Qi i?hw^^i A $5.00 Shoe you now get for A $4.00 Shoe you now get for A $3.50 Shoe you now get for 4.00 3. A $3.00 Shoe you now get for A $2.50 Shoe you now get for A $2.00 Shoe you now get for 4? "I 2.00 | ,60 AND ALL OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION, This is not old stale stock but our regular goods Which we bought in large quantities and are going to reduce to make room for our Spring stock. Come Early and take your choice. + 0 Few Good Lots lit 50c On the Dollar. & Q of Q. % 0 fl & 47 45 SIX PAPERS FOR $1.50. The Greatest Offer Ever Made lo Fanner of Plymouth County. As our roadot'H are aware, wo have btton able lo scenro for them this year an unusually advantageous clubbing arrangomont, which includes: Tho Iowa Homestead. Special Farmers' Institute Kditions. The Poultry Farmer. Tho Farmers' Multual Insurence Journal. Tho Huniano Allianco. Togcthor with our own papor, all for tho surprisingly low liguro of $1.30. Nothing llko this has ovor before boon offered to our farmer renders. Tho Homestead with tholr Special Institute edition for January contalnB 04 pages of practical farm information, and roadlng tho papor und its Special Institute edition for a yoar practically amounts to a liooral agricultural educu-tlon. Tho Special Farmors' edition for tho present month considers four interesting, practical topics relating to farm property, sheep husbandry, wint-or's work, etc., and on thora more than 200 practical farmors and farmer*' wives in tho Wost contribute tholr vlows and oxporlencos, making It a remarkable collection of tho dobI thought on wostern farms. Tho Poultry Farmer, Tho Mutual Insurance Journal and Tho Humane Alliance, tho best of tholr class, Bhould be in ovory farm homo. Take udvuntugo of this great oiler. Samples of all tho papers can bo seen at this office. A fow good Remington and Smith typowritoiH for salo or rent. Chas. llorg. Telephone No. 70. 44tf Railroad Time Table. ILLINOIS OBNTKAL ItAILKOAD. ooino bast No. 3 No. i No, !W No. 04 No. 1 No. Ii No. ill No 1)8 I'lUMongor. dully........... 1'iiHHOiiKor, oxcupt Kundiiy. I1'!,, UnttKo I'uHsonger,...... Krolylit, oxeoptBunuiiy,,,, going west, l'liBSiingor, dally, I'UBHOllKOr, Pt. Dot Krolgh . 7MB 1) m .lUiSI ii tn . U^f> l> in ia:ao p m Oils am No. No. No. No. No. No. piiL-or, oxeupt SunUiiy... UiUf, n )odgoPiisBciiijor..........OiM ght oxeopt Sunday...... u:uop O. ST. P. M. & o, aoiNo BOimi, I'UBBOiiHor, dully............. i,K,, I'liBsuiiKor, oxeopt Bundiiy,,, 4-a5 p ni qoino noiitu, t'usaonjfor, dally........ 1'tiHBoiiKor, dully........ " 1'iiHNungur, oxcuiit Nuiuluy " .10:56 p ,n 10:40 am �:(() u in DES MOINES NOHTHKKN & VVESTEUN It. H. AT FONDA. ooino south, No, U lv Fonda for Dob Moluoa . h.jk,,. No. 8 lv lConda for Dea Molnoa* T uoinq noiitu. No, 6 lv Dob Moluos for t'ondit No, 7 lv Dua Molnoa for Fonda '" All trutna dally oxeopt Buuday'" P m '1*6 u in Auction I'rotlnow, tho jeweler, having deckled to quit tho business, will dispose of his entire stock nt auction, consisting of Watches, Clocks, Silverware and Jewelry of all kinds. Sales will continue from day to dtty nt 2 and 7:30 p. in. until tho stock is disposed of. Ladies aro ospocially invited to attend. Scats will bo provided for thoir comfort. Edison's most wonderful invontion, tho Talking Machine, will bo in attondanco and and discourso instrumental and vocal music. None but regular goods, such aa I havo always carried, will bo offered for sale. Sl.xtli street, I.e.Mars. Jowa_ C. W. L. TROTTNOW, x \ Coal Up. � That is what you want to do ns winter is coming and the boat placo to buy is at W. H. Pony. "Wc havo a largo stock of choice both hard and soil coal and wood at prices. All promptly. W. H. Perry. Nour Plymouth Mills. '*3t>. ^t^SISXri. --- reasonable orders dolivored I 0 I S. O. & N. n, R. AT DALTON. OOINO NOltlll, f'uaaongsr.....,,, Accommodation, uoinq souin. .. Dtas p m .. B:5ip,m   7:10 a i� SAVE YOUR MONEY--^ Get my rates if you want a loan. I can save you money. E. T. BEDELL, LE MARS, - - IOWA. Money!, loan at b per cent E,Thomatwn RE VIVO RESTORES VlTAUTi Made a ^WP&M^ 1 Well Man! apsuassrcxEc xt-aaawEaEsaD* prodaocB the above results Jn"30 claya. " J'ff poworlully mil quickly. Gates wneu allotlieta wJ mon vrtll reoovor tholr youthful vigor by EEVIVO. It qvitoWy und surely temorea J'ot'.ow Dosa, Lost Vitality, impotcncy. Nleutly �mu�">�% i loBtPower.IWUng Memory, WaatTwf fllaoasoS'f?" 1 til eflftsota ot BoU-abuae or eiooBaaud lndlacratv>"|I wmoU unBts one for study, buaioeea or manlU'-\ not only euros by BtortlDg at tho east ot dlaeofio.I la agroti nerve tonto tmd blood bnUder, bnu J ingbao* ttio ptnta glow to pale ob.�eh;aati�{5| etorlng tbe flro ot yonth. ft warda oW�XI aadOonaiaaptton. Inalat on having BBVJVOjJJl otber. It can bo carried in veat pocaet. 81.00 per Moiage, ov tlx loreO.OO, wHU� fm I tlve vrrltten guftrantee to care ot r*,ulT I the none?.. Oir�ul�ft�e. AMrew ..I Royal Medicine For Sale In LeMari,vlwa.* by SijM ;