The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on April 20, 1894 · Page 12
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The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa · Page 12

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, April 20, 1894
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE l DAILY AND WEEKLY. ALL HOME PRINT. THE SENTINEL ta tbe only newspaper In Car- loll county that IB printed all at home and Itcon- alns mote local and county news than any otbet two papers ID this county. POWERS & COLOLO, Props. FRIDAY, APBIL 20, 1894. PEOPLE AND EVENTS. Visit Moore's shoe store. Onion sets at tbe green houfe. Canoed sweet potatoes at Kempker & Coolidge's. Shell oyster crackers at Kempker & Coolidge's. Gall at Martin & Gloria' for (Hidden barbed win. Rev. Hermann, of Arcadia, was in tbe city Monday. Hon. John McCarthy, of Jefferson, was in the city Wednesday. Tested garden seeds in bulk at the green bouse East Fifth street. Gate ft Hnber threshers and engines •t Woodward, Dickey ft Oo.'e. Diseases of the eye, ear, throat and noee. Dr. 0. L. Wright. Carroll. Money to loan on real estate at 6 per cent. C. E. Reynolds, Carroll, Iowa, Diseases of women and children a specialty. Dn. B. C. KELLEY, Carroll, la. Bit. Franz Bellman is visiting with her relatives at Wall Lake for a few days. Eclipse and Grain wind mills, pumps •nd tanks at Woodward, Diokey & Oo.'e. John Hoebinu, of Knieat township, was doing business in our city Thursday. Disc harrows and Disc cultivators at bottom prices at Woodward, Diokey & Co.'e. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Burke left Sunday evening for Chicago to be absent for a week. Champion and Standard mowers, and Champion binders at Woodward. Diokey & Oo.'a. Oboioe new maple sngar. Fresh made, guaranteed pure. MCLAQAN ft Bonu- HAOHEB. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miner will spend a few days in Marsballtown vlsising with relatives. Harry Mast, of Norfolk, Neb., was in Carroll over Sunday for a visit with bis parents. Call on Maboney and Cavanaugh for latest styles in spring millinery. Frices reasonable. Geo. Hocb, of Arcadia, was looking after legal business Thursday before Judge Paine. Try oar caned goods, tbe prices and quality will suit yon. MOLAQAN & tiOHUHAOHBB. Mrs. James Foleom, ofBoone, arrived in tbe city Tuesday to visit her sister Mrs. R. E. Oobnrn. Fancy and gtaplo groceries of all kinds at Kempker & Martin's, flrat door west of Wetherill & Guam's. WillieLucas arrived in tbe city Thursday from Pennsylvania and is visiting bis sister, Mrs. H. B. Nolen. Tbe social party given by the members of the dancing club WHS a pleasant affair and was quite well attended. Henry Brunier, mayor of Manning, was in tbe city Tuosduy transacting business at tbe court house. Large atoek of carnages, surreys, phaetons, buggies and spring wagons at Woodward, Diokey & Oo.'s. Governor Jackson passed through our city Saturday in company with Judge Bubbard for Council Bluffs. Geo. W. Bowen returned Tuesday from Chicago, whore bo has been for several days on legal business. W. L. Culberteon returned Tuesday from Minneapolis whence bad been for several days on a business trip. MlBB.liittio Martin, of Wall Lake, returned to her home Tuesday after a pleasant visit wltb her friends Clerk Kenuebeck issued a license Monday to Olarouce E. iiougbton aud Mia* Stella Kndlcott of Coon liapids. Mr, and M». Rome Miller, of Norfolk, jNeb., were in the city ?lsltin« their old friends, Mr.Jand Mrs. C. A. Mast. Judge Paine disposed of tome unfinished probate business from last term of court Saturday at the court house. The clerk issued a marriage license Monday to W. J. Mullor *ud Mils Anna Korwo» of Newton township. The JHtle musical prodigy that was in thejcity Saturday playing on the harp and guitar WAV surely quite a musical genius, Oar prioes on Uour ere rigbj, suite everybody, give U « trial mid you will oome liaok to »be Yellow front for more. County Recorder Moires w«« at work recording tbe plat for (be town of VVilley, and also one for Miller's second addition to Cftrroll. Wllley af tur tlu« will be • regular platted town right in the line of advancement alonp with /all the other flourishing cities In this county. F. M. Davenport has returned from Oskaloosa and Fairfleld,' where he has been attending court for the past week or two. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bielmaier are the proud parents of a smiling little daughter which arrived at their home one day last week. Frank Van Erdewyke, of Breda, was in the city Monday on his way to enter Highland Park college at Des Moinss, Iowa. It is reported that tbe mayor of Council Bluffs had to order the saloons closed to prevent the national guards from getting drunk. H. W. Macomber returned Wednesday from Chicago, where he has been for several days on business and visiting his son Frank. The showers during the past week have been the means of starting vegetation. They were greatly needed and have done much good. B. H. Bengford, of Coon Rapids, was in tbe city Monday and says that he secured 240 signers to a permit to sell liquor in this county. Miss Edna Lloyd returned to her home at Clinton last week. Her sister, Mrs. Anderson, went with her and will visit with relatives for a week or so. For • sale or rent—A blacksmith and wagon shop with tools, well located in Carroll, Iowa. For particulars call on or write W. R. Lee, Carroll, Iowa. Obaee & Ssnborn teas and coffees were used exclusively on the World's fair grounds, selected for their superior quality. Sold only by Merchant. A number of young people went to the home of Miss Bertha Bangs Monday evening and organized a tennis club and are now getting ready for "play." Tbe county clerk has issued licenses to Albert D. Smith and Miss Ephia E. El- wood.both of Glidden;and to Oscar Stoel and Mrs. Martha Crawford of Carroll. Aamold, the great violinist, at the Baptist church Friday evening. If you fail to hear him, you will miss the best attraction of the kind during the season. Misses Lena and Clara Gnam, left Monday morning for Dee;Moines. From there Miss Clara will go to Ottawa, 111., and her sister will return home in a few days. The city has a force of men at work grading the south end of Court street which will greatly improve its appearance and put in a condition to be travel* ed. • Mrs. A. Harris, of Auburn, Nebraska, la in the city visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Harris was at one time a teacher in tbe eoutbside schools ia this city. Merchant wants yon to call at bis store and see bow few goods yon can bay for flve dollars. Leuveyonr sacks and baskets at home, but put a double box on your sled or wugon. Prof. G. I. Miller has been hired in the Boono schools for a period tf two years, by a unanimous vote. Mr. Miller has built up these school* until they rank with the best in tbe state. Tbe celebrated Bullions, Docius Logan and lloyal Pballas, will make tbe season of 1804 at home just north of tbe city limits, Carroll, low*. Terms, $10 to insure colt three days old. A. Docics. Dick McNeil got a lay off. this week and will spend bis vacation at Long Pine Nebraska, looking after his laid near there and also thinks of buying a couple of car loads of feed cattle if he can find any to suit him. Mrs. James Folsom left Wednesday for Kansas City, where she will make her home. She has relatives living there and as it was her home in early childhood will no doubt find it a very pleasant place for her to live. It will soon be spring weather and you will need good footwear, as this is a time wbem money should not be watted in worthless goods, you will find it best to take a little time and look at Moore's line before you buy. Boone was the first city in the state to file an application properly signed for the purchase and sulo of splrllous liquors. Tbe council bad quite a warm time in fixing tbe rate for the license, but finally agreed on f1,800 per annum. Two prisoners from Btc City were placed in charge of Sheriff Jeffrey Mon day by tbe name of Volkerls, Tbe prisoners are father and sen who were tentenced for selling liquor in 8sc City. The father got 60 days and the son 15 day*. Mrs. John Guild came over from Omaha Saturday evouiug to upend Hun- day witb her busbuud. Sho was quite disappointed to find bouses so scarce in tbe oily, us ibo hoped to bo able to wove bore at ouce, but (key will have to wait until • house can bo secured. V- iHinrichi but bad the office of Jo/4»'s lumber yard fitted up in exclleut shape. The business office has been divided into three apartments Which are nicely furnished. Miss Ads Cheasbro began work there Monday afternoon as an assistant book keeper, Monday Arthur Beach, while moving a hive from tb e cellar, was quite severely stung by bees and his face was badly swollen, BO much BO that he did not appear the clerk's office that day to fill bis position as deputy, Si Pluokord'8 open air concert Tuesday afternoon was a grand success. The musicians were rigged out in costumes Which strongly reminded one of the fact that they might easily be taken for a detachment from Coxev's army of the unemployed, Monday afternoon tho base ball clubs of the high school and the grammar room played their second matched game, The game was a good one, the score being 7 to 12 in a faver of the high school club. These clubs will have another game Saturday afternoon, At Creston the city council paid tbe expense for having a petition circulated granting permission to open saloons in that city. The petition has been properly signed and just aa Boon as the council acts tbe saloon will be under the protection of the law. The marshal's orders regarding thn cleaning of alleys has been quite generally obeyed, but there are a few in our city that require attention end if they are not soon attended to the marshal will look after them and the expense charged to the property. The high school pupils take this method of thanking Wetherill & Gnam, U. 8. Heffelfinger and Mr. Egermayer for .their generous loan of zoological specimens. It is hoped tbe day is not distant when the school will ponsesB a good working collection of its OWL. Supt. Amenl's early prediction that strong men teachers would hold our boys in the high school, is proving iU self sooner than he expected. Heretofore, nearly all the boys have dropped out of the high school by the spring term. This term the girls are but two in the majority. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. And>'rion have broken up housekeeping for a time, until they get their new home completed which they intend to build this season. John O'Donnell will occupy the bouse just vacated by them on North Main street, be having recently purchased the property. Our stock ia complete, goods first lality, popular price*. Tbe tariff or silver .bill outs no figure with us. Don't think because we don't button hols yon on tbe street and beg yon to trade witb us, we don't want your trade. We dc ,'gnt think yon are wise enough to choose the beet place to trade. Respectfully. E. N. MERCHANT. County Treasurer Albertsen has just purchased eight lots in tbe northwest psrtion of our city of the German-American Land company and will begin work on erecting a fine new residence which be will occupy as a home. W e are pleased to learn that Mr. Albertsen is going to become one of the permanent residents of our city. Some idea of the amount of work done in the county treasurer's office for the month of March can be gained from the fact tbat there was 160,734.73 paid in taxes during tbat month. Business there is very quiet now and will be until the latter part of August, when the second installment of taxes will be paid. James Ragan, tbe man who was arrested at Lake View for assaulting a Boiiem- an. was convicted of assault and fined |75 and in default of payment was brought from SBC county and lodeed in our county bastlle to serve out tbe time c jail. He will bo a regular border witb Bbeirff Jeffrey for tbe next 33 days, The borne ot Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Uu- cslton was the scene of a pleasant gathering of young people last Saturday oven- ing, It was Miss Florence's birthday and a number of her friends drove out From town and surprised her. Tbe evening was spent in a very agreeable manner and all present will remember tue occasion as one of the oases of thejr lives.—Glidden Graphic. At a joint debate between tbe societies of the Agricultural college at Amos, Bat urday evening to determine who should represent that college^ in a joiut debate with the Normal college at Cedar Falls it wai unanimously decided In favor of the aftlrmative oti (ho question: Itesolved, that on all incomes exceeding $4,000 u tax of two per cent should bo levied, lira, llungerford should sue tbat Ibis hereby is eradicated at once. Miss Pollard won her suit for damages for breach of promise against Colonel Breckluridgo and was awarded f 15,000 by the jury. After tbe verdict was given Miss Pollard collapsed in a nervous prostration and was taken to Providence hospital and Sister Kills, who was her constant attendant during her trial, was placed over her as nurse. It is thought that no serious results will follow and in a few days she will have recovered, a Wednesday the old Carroll houie.across the corner from the Presbyterian church, was sold to Dennis Carroll of Chicago. It is understood that be will repair the building, but what neo he will put it to ia not known, as Mr,Carroll is a noncom municative tort of a fellow and keeps his awn counsel. At the entertainment this even- Ing given at the Baptist shurch by tbe King's Daughters Aamold, the great violinist, will be assisted by a male quartette, Misses Grace and Nita Kail and Mrs. C. L. Wright. The entertainment will be first class and will well merit the support of our citizens and especially so when it is considered that the proceeds are to go to the Y. M. C. A. of out city. Friday evening commence! Fesach or Jewish EhBter, and the Jewish people according to tbeir religion, will eat Mntzo—unleaven bread—for a period of eight days. Afatzo, as it is called, re minds the Israelites of time they moved out of Egypt and not having to bake tbeir bread as was their custom, had to roll and bake the dougb in the sun Hence it is called unleaven bread. The City of Philadelphia, through tbe Franklin institute, has awarded the John Scott gold medal to Mr. Charles Spiro, of New York, for the superior merit of his invention, tbe Bar-Lock typewriter. All of the typewriters competed, but after a. three months' test tbe Bar-Lock secured the honors. This medal has been awarded to Edison for bis phonograph, Morse for tbe telegraph, and also to Cyrus Field for his great Atlantic cable. Philip Bernholz, of Knieat township, purchased a round trip ticket Monday of Mr. Simjon for Germany, lie took the evening train and will visit the scenes of his childhood which be has not seen for 43 years. Mr. Bernhol z will be absent about three months. This is quite a journey for a man of bis age to make all alone, but we feel sure he will expeiience no difficulty and will enjoy it as much as any one of bis years. If you want to send a letter away in a hurry,say9 an exchange, be sure to write "in baste" on the envelope. The, postmaster and clerk will then fall over each other in their haste to get it into the first mail, then the postal clerk will yell to engineer, pull uer.' wide open, here's a letter in a rush, and tbe tr«in will just fly. It is hard on the railroad as accidents are liable to happen, and the. officials will not thank us for giving it away, but this is the right w*y to get a letter through real quick. We are compelled to announce that we can secure no more copies of "Midway Types," so that those who were expecting to secure the back numbers of which we are out will be disappointed, ss will those who expected to secure additional numbers. We have obtained copies of a "Trip Round tbe World," part one of Which is now ready and can be seen at this office, which will, we believe, prove even morn popular than "Midway Types." It can be secured on the same terms, one coupon and ten cents. Read the advertisement elsewhere and call around and get n sample copy. We aru sure you will be pleased with it. "The Yale ef Minnekahta" is the title of a new pamphlet descriptive of the famous Hot Springs, S. D., and the country surrounding this delightful resort. The author, Win. Bruce Lefflngwell, after a trip to Hot Springs, was so delighted with the place and its surroundings tbat in his book he compares it witb tbe beautiful "Vale of Kashmir'' in India tbat has boon the theme of poets for ages. There is no question of tbe desirability of Hot Springs as a summer resort and for health seeders. It is reached over tbe groat F. E, V. H'y, whose traveling passenger agent is Mr. J, H. Gable. Mr. Gable will send anyone who desires a copy of this interesting booklet one of them free of charge by addressing mm at Denison, Iowa. Send for a copy. Tbe Inter-Stato fair committee has arranged for a general convention to be attended by representatives from all the counties in soutbwertorn Minnesota, western Iowa, northern Nebraska and tiouth Dakota, t*> bo held at Sioux City ou Tuesday, May 1, 1804. The purpose of the meeting is tbe permanent organization of an association tbat will bold an inter-state fair each year and the intention IB to place upob the board uf direct • ors a representative from every county which expects to become a member of tbe association. Th«se fairs are undoubtedly beneficial and us Carroll county belongs in the territory included in the plan of thin association it wight bo well for tliouo interested to s«o that wo have a representative present at this mooting. To HIIIK Tiuoaiiw. Next Monday evening the school board of this city will meet for tbe par pose of hiring teaobers (or tbe ensuing year. Bo far ae we have beard there will .Awarded Highest Honors World's Pair. ^PRICE'S owder Tbe oiily Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum. Uicd in Millions of. Homes—40 Yeari tbe Standard +Xoo% PURE ACCEPT IttlTATlONS. THE PROCTER A GAMBLE CO., CINT1. be few it any ohunges in the present able corps of teachers which huff done flnoh good work during HIP i uat year. A large number of the tenobera are residents of the city and it is the policy of present board as of past ones to'seoarees many ot the teachers from home ap plioants as possible, when this can be done without injuring the work in the school room. Other things being equal the home teacher ie entitled to the preference and the board will do right in recognizing their claims. In making selections in this way the board knowa exactly what it ia doing and are much more able to pass a correct judgment on snob applicants than they can do by hiring strange teachers recommended by educational bnreaua and professional? men who do so at eo much per capita for every applicant they are able to locate. _ IfYou Wish To enjoj good health, and prerant the seed* of disease from ripening In yonr system, you should uie the beat medicine In the world, Sulphur Bitters, which will prevent yonr system from being run down by making U strong and vigorous.-Bev. W, R. Snow. ODB FASHION PAOI. On the fourth page ot this paper will be found eeveral columns ot matter that we believe will greatly interest our lady readers. This fashion page will be a feature ot THE WXKKI.T Baimina. hereafter and each week we will present to our readers the very latest styles, illustrated and described in an interesting manner. We have been to considerable expense to secure this feature, but onr aim ia to make THE SBMTINBL an indispensable article of every person in Oar- roll county and witb that end in view we t'ball devate the fourth page of tbe paper exclusively to tbe ladiee. RHEUMATISM CDBIO IN A DAT. —"Mystic Cure" tor Rheumatism and Neuralgia, radically cure* In one to three days. Its action upon the system i* remarkable and mysterious. It remove* at onoe the cause and the disease Immediately dlaappeae*. The first dose greatly benefits 76 ota. Sold by J. W. Hatton druggist Carroll. Bl FliUMKABD. Tuesday evening 8i Plnnkard was presented at Music ball to one of tbe largest audiences that has assembled there for some tim*. Tbo play ia a comic drama taken from the every day experiences on the farm an;* ;„ Deplete witb rollicking fu^ ,'iom beginning to end. Mr. Lewie in the role of it Yankee farmer is a whole abow ot himself and famished plenty ot amusement for tbe audience. Tbe play ia a well directed plot taken from every day lite and clearly sbowa the snares and traps tbat are constantly being set to catch tbe unsuspecting public. Tbe play teaches a good lesson, but does it in good humor, but tbe impression left by it will be none tbe leas lasting. A number-of new and pleasing specialties were presented which proved ontohy and were greeted with hearty approval by all. Tbe troupe is a good one and well deserve tbe patronage it a leceiving everywhere it goes, For Sale. One young ebort born bull eubjsot to registration. JAMES Mmirny, Carroll, Ia. PASTUBB. The undersigned will take in cattle to pasture for the season ou tbe Wm. Oilley 'arm one aud one-half miles west of town, 3ood running witter in pasture, Will furnish salt and take care of cattle, but will not be responsible for aooidente should any occur. W. J. BDHLBV. WANTKIJ. An active agent in each county in tbe United States, to solicit subscriptions for the Twicc-u- Weelt Republic. A liberal commission willjbu pah) tohiiBtlors. Address, superintendent circulation, Tbo Republic, Bt. Louis, Mo. For Sale. I offer my farm situated in section 2, Wellington township, for sale. For further particulars address 88-6tn KiiNKfl'r DUAIIBIM, Arcadia, Carroll County, Iowa, NOTICU. All parties owiuK mo must call and settle cither by cash or note. Wu. Tiiowimiixia, Fur Sale. Two young'.Bhort tlorn bulls eubjuot to registration. 11. (J. BTKVHNS. Foil BAI.U, A well Improved farm adjoining the city limits uf Uroda. A good burn 60*30, a two story bouse 30xUO, (good uriuiurleu 80x110 and other good out buildings, THOMAS HUIINU, lireda. Ia. WANTBU, To buy some potutuuu ut aloLugan & rfiohumaober'H. ' My land office to now over tbe first d x>r noutli of tbe poetoffloe. P, U, ao*gu», CITY GOVttMMBt _ Carrol], Iowa, April I Council met at the office of U, Bo wen; present, K. M. ParsOns| O.H. Hoeft, Ittn. TrowbrldgfyW E. K. Merchant, Maurice Bowler W. O. Rich and W. Lievtf E. M. Parsons sent word that h; be detained for some time. E. N. ant wan on motion order to act fa* pro tern during such absence. |li sons now being present prestdtt Aa no coinplants were made t assessments the same were, < ordered to remain as previously on. < ' On motion tbe council to atpeclal meeting. A petition signed by H . Anderson, Mrs. Keukevoet,' we* council to layind Co'nsttuS pipe to be commenced at th* along and through the OarrV property up to Pdtlrth s over consenting to the through his property , the sum of 828 to apply tlon. It was proposed that thb certain the cost of construct! etc., and report at next m«et|. Mutton to adjourn. Carriea JOHNfeCHACHTNBnJB., E. M City Clerk. r THE PROPER CA Chine effects in taffeta 6 favor with shoppers this r Tan, black and all' vorite shades,in cloth Tbe dainty shot and stlii the season make up ver- witb plain surahs. •' / The new spring shades in exasperatingly aggressive* stand aloof from assoclaticv all other colors. Dressy supper coats art /|' many youthful women t i; , tronly tea gowns, and' jackets are exceptionally Jet is certainly taking first] the new trimmings and great profusion on bats and Even the laces are elaboratf je Tho newest parasols sb has not lost any of its ft On the contrary, chiffon very much in evidence'ami Hummer belongings of la White satin sleeves covejl with 1 jetted net will be seen ia itriped or dotted silk go with jetted lace,aud rick bl decorated witb white lace The beautiful zouave; tbeir own and never seemjiite? ibeir prestige, and the shapes in which they are!! the prettiest points of !bot| with perfect fit and daint The delicate sweet pea It' Fashionable in taffeta silts ft • or silver. Toilets are these silks, or they arc usel aodices and underskirts ie peries of luce, net, chiffon Iff. New York Post. CURES OT, To build up both solid : after grip, pneumonia, NOITRaTIOI I Mrs. I,. Kino Q< write*! wltb rcsuli Wosi months. com • and lurifunifi •umptiol fhoUmi Ho advi cmulsli bottles relief. .tuft ah' I wrol Medtal Discovery.' I took 01 fore I felt bettor. After two up, and felt I hnd boon auvoi I mcrouiecl rapidly la Ik'nli nil WHV NOT./ media Mas. GAIIUKTT. lor |ou. your ~ Notice-Proof oW( Stale ot Iowa, Carroll court, In vitoatlon, •,.. To all wlioiu It ui»y concern: , Notlco in lioruuy Hi veil, tliui in I ivrltliiH purporting to be tuu IM' HOIK tit a, H. Duncan. dowiM !>r<iiluc<d, uiioiicd imO r«:io, uy iliiiKd, itnil tliit I lutve iued i" itfi Uay of Mil)', 1601, im lilt ilrt i>ruol In rulntloii tliurulu. WIlMOBBiny oniulHMlK.u ami ot «uld O9url_h<iri-v° SIUL. I" ' Hxeoutaru' N Notloa la lioreby Klvoii (» u« led, that on Hie fetb foy ft court o Our oil uau emio of Qoorifti lilt* 0< Mil) C'lUQly, 10W8, ' All persons Indebted to ^. uatyi fy*fA« KeVus"**' ' , 10W8, '. . .. iowuiicu. Notion u iioro ouiud, tiiut on t underulvuod court of •aid oouuty All UIIMB* to »be u Dl-Bt

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