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The Teachers' Institute.
The annual Howard County Teach
ers' Institute is in session this week
and iB proving to be the best held for
several years, both in point of number
-. in attendance and the interest mani
fested.
The excellent program provided by
county Superintendent FalJgatter
brings out a full attendance at every
"^j^aesslon, no teachers feeling that they
can afford to tniss any of the- good
things provided for them and the in
^atructore say that it is seldom, if ever,
tbeir privilege to meet such enthusiastic
•and earnest workers as are the teach
ers of Howard county.
"j'^vCBESCO.
Ida Walah 'v.- Zina Fesaenden
Sadie ppe 5-. Aive Moen
Ethel Friend Dale Fessenden
Helen Caward 'rr Jas Daley
Loretta Glass Richard Bouska
Lydia Dempewolf Abbie Watson
Florence Gager^Virginia Nichols
-r*-fc Margaretta Owen Vera McKee
Leoha' Lusk Mayme Molloy
Alice Broner Alice Turner
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
VOL. U. NO. 102.
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The complete enrollment of teachers
is as follows:
Elva McKee Grace Halver.
I LIMB SPRINGS.
Myrtle Foye Mary Shields
Susie Chick g^CFf'Mrs. Bertha Shafer
Mae Jones tea^j||Harriet Owen
Mary Evans ^Myrtle Tipton
Emma Hewitt g£j-Marie Thomas
M. Edith Evanst|rSarah Mullen
Marie Jensen ^i.Katy Sullivan
Alice Jones Letty Shields
Bonair—Gertrude Bird
Keokuk—Mamie Slack
Decorah—Cornelia Petersdu
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Waukon—Mae O'Brien
«Fall Term Opens
SEPTEMBER 5th, 1910
Abbie Malanophy
I: Edna Wanless
Angela Zender
Kathrvn Daley*
^tJda Kline
*wAnna Davis
Tillie Brown
^Florence Buffton Gerald Lyons
John McDermott
Ella Bents Bernadetta Glass
Belle Brown Mattie Barker
Bessie GibbonajJ: Wm. Herold
Esther Crowelf CUire DeLange
RICEVILLE.
Myra Auringer 3p Clara Pitzke
u. Hazel Torney -^Florence Ketchum.
.-•••• Mamie Schultheis Ruby. Fox
Eunice Seavy .-Irene Carter -.v.
:-v: Ross Swancutt
ELMA.
Margaret Maloae Alice Pospichal
Christine Ellingson Nellie Richardson
Fannie Brown Kittie Sullivan
Christine Basteson Genevive Harris
Elizabeth Cashman Lena Graf
Gertrude Hoppe Louise Jinderlee
Alice Fitzgerald Sily Weirs
Irene Harris Lucy Weesner
Pearl Kelley •. Florence Kelley
'f Maude Dugan Anna McCarthy
Cassie Keefe .^-"Marie Sullivan
ji:.. Margurite Grat4^Lotty Roche
LE ROY, MINN.
Laura Lappin ^Christine Forthun
Miss Peters |^|Gretta Goettel
CHESTER.
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Harmony, Minn.—Nellie Roche
Austin, Minn.—Nettibelle Robison
Cresco Market.
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Wheat..... ....,1.00
Oat* '..."...30
Shelled Corn 65
Timothy seed per cwt 4.25
Barley [email protected]
flw. .......2.25
Live bogs 7.00®7.75
Beef
on
f°°t [email protected]
Butter per lb—Elgin Market—29
Rotter per lb 25
Eggs per doz .14
Removal Notice.
The Weaver & Monesmith poultry
and egg firm have moved their place
of business to the Pecoy building ad
joining Hunting's Ware House on
the west, where they will be pleased
to meet all old and new customers.
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Special Sale on
Lard and Picnics
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Weatber*Crop Bslletis.
Des Moines, Iowa, Aug. 14.—The
temperature was slightly and the rain
fall decidedly below the normal, ex
cept over about twenty of the south
western counties where heavy rains
fell during Friday night and Saturday
morning the amounts of rainfall in
that section ranged from one to nearly
six inches. Light to moderate showers
occurred over the central and north
western counties, but little or no rain,
fell, in the eastern districts. Owing to
moderate temperature, light wind ve
locity. partly cloudy weather and scat
tered showers, corn has held its own
remarkably well, and over two-thirds
of the state is still in good condition,
but rain would be beneficial in all sec
tions. Over the northeastern and in
many localities in the central counties,
the crop has been materially damaged
by the drouth. There are many har
ren Btalks and the ears that have start
ed show poor development. The late
ctfrn is also shooting slowly. In some
of the earliest planted fields the' corn
is now in the roasting ear stage.
Thrashing is progressing rapidly under
favorable weather conditions, and re
ports continue to indicate very good
yields and excellent quality of all small
grains. There has been practically no
growth of grass in pastures and mead
ows and fall plowing* is being retarded
on account of lack of moisture. Pota
toes and garden truck are suffering for
rain and stock water is^ getting low in
many sections.
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$1? Base Ball at Saude. i?#!'X::
The Saude Cubs and the Jerico team
crossed bats last^Sunday at Saudes and
jt was the best game ever played at
that place. It took 12 innings to de
cide the game, which was a tie from
the eighth to the last inning. The
Bcore was five and seven in favor of
the Cubs. The lineup was as follows:
Jerico. Cubs.
S. Johnson C. Amble
C. Barnes Johnson
S. Anmrson M. Hoffland
T. Andewon Oscar Natvig
Tom Munson L. Ellefson
E. Natvig N. Ellington,
Alf Vaala C. Ellefson ,. *,f
Joe O'Brien C. Treiber V"
Howard Schwake. .J. Natvig. :V«
—COM.
Canadian Pacific Railway Lands.
Never before In the land-selling history ot
Western Canada has the Influx orsettlers
and investors been anywhere near as great
as the crowds of buyers now attracted to
Alberta by the splendid agricultural lands
recently placed on market by the Canad
ian Pacific Railway Company: the retail
ing of these lands Is running Into thous
ands of acre's per week.
Our colonization project embraces -about 5,
000,00V acres of land, sold at prices ranging
from 89 per acre and up, and on ten years
time landseekers* excursions irom ht.
Paul every Tuesday at 10:30 A.
a
M.:
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low
rates furnished on personal application.
Write us today or call for free Illustrated
literature ana information.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY,
Colonization Department,
:i76 Bast Third street^t. Paul, Minn.
Fteach Dry Cleaning.
IT WILL PAY YOU to think twice
before passing us )y. We are located
in the Lowry building. All work called
for and promptly delivered. We make
a specialty of dye work. Also clean
ladifs' furs, rugs, carpets, portiers,
etc. If you want your old fall suits
and hats made new, I am the man for
you.
FRENCH DRY CLEANING PARLORS,
Phone 198. J. Hawkins, Piop.
Horses For Sale.
Several good, young work horses
and mares, also two mares with colts
by their side.
That We Lead in Quality
wgAND&LOW PRICES
FITZGERALD & WOODS.
SATURDAY
Give us. Your Orders fbr^f
Good Meat at Right Prices
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75 Students the First Week New Hampton, Iowa
N. A. Blackburn, Lawyer office
opposite the National Bank.
FOR SALE OR RENT—A Square piano.
Enquire at this offico or 'phone ISO.
Hound City Paints may cost a trifle
more, but P. A. Clemmer.
Salt by sack or barrel at the City
Elevator. GILCHRIST & Co.
Dr. W. T. Daly, physician and
surgeon office over Glass's restaurant.
Jerry Moulton is down from Monti
cello, Minn, for a short visit with
Cresce friends.
Clinton Elderkin, of Franklin, Ohio,
has. been visiting relatives in Cresco
the past week.
If you want a tarm loan at a low rat
of interest, see American Loan ft Trua
Company, Cresco, la.
M. J. White and wife are visiting in
New York state, expecting to be ab
sent about two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wentwort.h
are attending a Seventh Day Advent
camp meeting at Calmar.
Archie Moore, of Kendallville, re
turned yesterday morning from a trip
to hiB old home in Ireland.
J. Raymond Long^went to Bradley,
S. D., Tuesday morning to visit with
his father, Lawrence Long.
Mrs. T. R. Mason returned Wednes
day from a visit of several weeks at
various South Dakota ^points?
If you want to buy or sell Real Estate
call on Milz & Owens. Office over
First National Bank. Cresco, Iowa.
FOR SALE—My team, a colt, buggy,
cutter and other small articles.
H. H. HUESSELMANN
Mrs. Mae Horton arrived Tuesday
evening from Minneapolis for a visit at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Van Slyke.
Miss Ella Long returned to Chicago
Saturday night after spending five
weekB at the home of her mother, Mrs.
C. Long of -Howard Center.
Senator Gore of Oklahoma is phys
ically blind, but he can see into a
scheme of fraud and corruption quicker
than any member of the senate.
F. C. Flick is enjoying a visit from
his stepfather, Mr. Hinzberger, and
his sister, Cecelia, .of St. Cloud, Minn.,
who will remain a week or more.
Mrs. DeNoyelles, Miss Melvold, the
Misses Beadle, Miss Woellstein and
the Misses Byrnes are now in Chicago
preparing for the fall millinery trade.
The Misses Cora and Bertha Bige
low, of Spokane, Wash., visited this
week at the C. D. Nichols home. They
are enroute home from a trip to the
east
Miss Pierce of St Paul and Mrs.
Babcock and little daughter Rene of
Mankato, Minn., are visiting in Cresco
at the home of their mother, Mrs. R.
A. Register.
Free—Three months' tuition to the
student, who enrolls in advance in
Bredrup & Nettleton Business College,
Winona, Minn. Write for Illustrated
Book now. It's Free.
Mrs. Dr. J. J. Ahem and little Mar
garet arrived last Saturday from Greg
ory, S: D., for a few weeks' visit with
Cresco relatives. The Dr. is also con
templating a visit here.
Nice rains this week in this vicinity
have helped the corn crop greatly,
given the^ pastures new life and give
promise of an abundance of fall feed.
Howard county is all right ./
WANTED—Twelve first-class carpen
ters at once to work on new brick and
tile plant. Thirty-five cents per hour.
Address Farmers Co-Operative Brick
A Tile Company, Mason City, Iowa.
A general Real Estate and Exchange
business. See us before buying or sel
ling. Office over Alliance store. Phone
282, MYRON CONVERSE INV. CO.,
63tf Cresco, Iowa.
Mrs. Peter Rink and children, of
Gladbrook, and Mrs. V. S. Boege and
Mi«s Boege, of Berlin, are visiting at
Mrs. Thiek'. Mr. Rink will come after
his family in his aute in a couple of
weeks.
Roy W. Nash was called to Roches
ter, Minn., Wednesday noon, to see his
mother who was to arrive there that
day to undergo a second surgical oper
ation. She is reported to be in a very
seriouB condition.
The Masons and their wives, and the
members of the Eastern Star, tendered
a reception at the Masonic hall on
Wednesday evening, to Robt. Thomson
and bis family who safely arrived on
Tuesday from their European trip.
Over 100 were present, the bad weath
er preventing those from the country
attending. Refreshments were served,
a program given, and Mr. Thomson
spoke very entertainingly of the trip.
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PLUCK, PROGRESS, PERSEVERANCE AND PATRIOTISM IN POLITICS
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Chandler re
turned Tuesday morning to their home
in Minneapolis atter a visit in Cresco
at the Richard Geraty home. They
were accompanied to Minneapolis by
Mr. Geraty and his daughter Nellie.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Alleman and little
daughter visited in Cresco Wednesday,
at the W. C. Patterson home, leaving
yesterday for Mason City, where Dan
has horses entered in the races, Mrs.
Alleman will return to Cresco for a
longer visit.
The little babe which has been cared
for by Mrs. Mary Woodard and was
taken by her to Albert Lea, Minn., a
few days ago, passed away there on
Tuesday from cholera infantum and
the remains were brought to Cresco on
Wednesday for interment.
Floyd Blandin, son of county clerk
Biandin, has been promoted by Bart
lett Bros., the Riceville firm with
which he has been employed. The
firm has purchased the Gerk stock of
clothing, added their own stock, and
have placed Mr. Blandin in charge.
Messrs. Win. Keune, J. H. Jones
and Martin Jones, of Orleans, left
Tuesday for Cedar Rapids to attend
state conventions of thg supervisors
and auditors of the state. C. H. Wal
lace and John Watson are also attend
ing the supervisors convention, going
to Cedar Rapids from Elma.
The 2 registered Norman Percheron
stallions German and Champion will be
found at the home barn from Aug. 4th
till Nov. 1st Only $10.00 now to in
sure a sound, living colt. These
heroeB are right and spuud in every
way. Come and Bee them.
M. P. LYDON.
FOR SALE.—Eighty quarter-sections
choice selected land in central South
Dakota. Farmers and investors buy
direct from the owners and save agent's
commission. Price $15 to $30 per acre,
for further information write G. W.
STRIDE & Co.. Sioux Jails. South Da-
kota. 90w8
I can sell, rent or exchange your
land or town property I handle
northern lands also. I write fire,
lightning, tornado and hail insurance.
For a square deal, atid to save your
money, call and see me. 'Phone No.
4. Office over Moving Picture Show.
ELWIN M. STOCKMAN, Cresco, la.
Walter Mott went to Decorah Wed
nesday afternoon and that evening ac
companied his mother on a trip to
New York to purchase the fall and
winter stocks for the Cresco and De
corah stores of Mott & Co. Owing ttf
the cloak makers' strike in New York,
they may visit Philadelphia to make
their cloak purchases.
The Fourth Annual Interstate Tennis
Tournament will be held on the River
side Club grounds, Prairie du Chien,
Wis., beginning Monday afternoon,
August 22nd. This tournament is open
to all. Towns and cities all oyer Wis
consin and Iowa are represented.
Handsome prize cups are furnished for
contests, including both consolation and
championship tourneys. Entrance fee—
singles, $1.00 doubles, 50c per cap.
C. C. CASE, Tourney Sec.
Notice of Time Given.
To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I have this day given to my minor
son, James L. Carman, aged 19, his
time, and on and after this date wvll be
responsible for no debts or contracts
he may make and will claim none of
his wages. N. CARMAN.
Cresco, Iowa, Aug. 12, 1910.
Standing Corn For Sale.
5 acres of drilled corn in field at $15
per acre, at my place 1J miles.north
west of the county farm.
AUG. DE GROOTE.
Wanted.
Dressmaking apprentices. Enquire
of MRS. ED. BOWERS.
Children ^Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S:
A S O I A
No ACCIDENTS
WITH TNB
ZBORNIK BROS.
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CRESCO, HOWARD COUNTY, IOWA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1910. $1.00 PER YEAR
COUNTY NEWS
CHESTER.
Art. Roper has been visiting with
home folks during the past week.
Mrs. frank Spotts and family, of Le
Roy, were over Sunday visitors in
Chester.
Art. Jones and George Smith were
Austin visitors, Tuesday.
Ini and Susie Winslow, of Janesville,
are visiting with old neighbors and
friends iir this vicinity.
E. M. Jones, of Austin, was an over
Sunday visitor with his wife at the
Conklin home.
A reunion of the children and grand
children was held at the home of Mrs.
Spear on Monday, and was enjoyed by
all who could be there. Two daugh
ters living in Dakota were not present.
A large number of the your.g people
of Chester attended the Harvest Picnic
at Mclntire, the 15th, and enjoyed the
rain immensely.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hughes'from
near Lime Springs were Chester
traders, Monday.
Art. Jones and Brinken attended the
dance at York, Saturday night.
Vera Murray, of Austin, was an
over Sunday visitor, with CheBter
friends.
Mr. and MrB. Tolfson returned Mon
day from Ossian where they went to
attend the funeral of his father who
lived there. We extend sympathy.
Bessie Wells came up from Lime
Springs, Sunday evening, to visit with
Myrt. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Deitrich and daughter
visited at the Walters home, Saturday.
Mrs. T. Conklin and daughter drove
to Le Roy, Friday.
A hay load of people from Beaver
took in the revivals at Chester, Tues
day evening.
Carter received a car of corn, Tues
day.
The rain of Tuesday night and
Wednesday morning was fine.
Velma Hanson, of Le Roy, was a
Chester caller between trains, Satur
day.
Nellie Larson was a Cresco caller,
Saturday.
George Thomas did part of his
threshing, Saturday, but was stopped
by the rain.
The neighbors and friends had a
shower in honor of Miss .Lawson and
left some very nice and useful
presents. The company departed for
their homes wishing her much joy and
a happy home.
The sad neWs has just been received
of the death of Mr. Eckstein' on Mon
day night at 11 o'clock. Mr. Eckstein
has been a great sufferer for a long
time and we sympathize with the sor
rowing relatives in their sad bereave
ment
Lela Shutt, of Canton, Minn., came
Saturday for a visit with Chester
friends.
Elmer Eaton, of York, N. D., came
for a visit to his eld home on Wednes
day of last week.
PROTIVIN.
Over 100 tickets were solid at
the harvest dance in Mikesh' hall
Monday evening. A jolly time was
sported
Arthur Pollak, Misses Nettie Pollak
an 1 Florence Keuter who were visiting
at the Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lukes home,
left Monday for their home at Chicago.
Frank Kaderabek of Waucoma at
tended the dance here Monday evening
Messrs Robert Klimesh, Wenzel
Kaderabek, Ed. Lukes and Charles
Bouska attended the Strawberry Point
-Charles City ball game at Waucoma
.Monday. The game resulted in favor
of former by a score of to 1.
Frank Svestka and wife were up
from Jackson Junction, Monday.
Thomas Chyle was a Spillville caller
Sunday.
The first rain of any benefit to us
since May 21st, came Saturday after
noon. This morning however we re
ceived the biggest rain since that time.
W. Kalishek was a Cresco caller
Saturday.
Richard Bouska is at Cresco this
week, attending the Howard County
Teachers' Institute.
Robt. Klimesh autoed to Jackson
Junction Junction Tuesday.
Miss Bertha Sobolik of Ft. Atkinson
is visiting at the Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Mikesh home.
Miss Albina Lukes visited in Jack
son Junct. Tuesday.
Frank H. Chyle assisted the Calmar
mandolin orchestra at a dance in Cal
mar Saturday evening.
Henen Lukes, Mrs. F.-Chyle and F.
J. Fencl will build silos.
Died—Antony Shores passed away at
his home, near Little Turkey, Tuesday
AUB. 16. The funeral will be held to
morrow from Holy Trinity church and
his body laid to rest in the adjoining
cemetery.
Four of the Sisters of the order of
St. Francis arrived here froin Milwau
kee, Wis Saturday.
John Kalishek and Miss Louisa Lukes
were united in marriage at Lisbon, N.
D., last week. Both are of near Pro
tivin.
LOURDES.
We were visited by another fine
shower, Monday. The pastures are
beginning to look green again.
Mr. and Mrs. John Shimek and fam
ily from near Spillville visited with
relatives and friends in this vicinity.
Mr. Shanley was at Alta Vista, Sat
urday. We are glad to see him out
again after his illness.
Mr. and Mrs John Voves enter
tained company, Sunday.
Mrs. Novratil underwent an opera
tion for appendicitis at the hospital at
Rochester, Wednesday.
Mrs. Frances Arndt and children
from Owatonna, Minn., are visiting at
the home of her brother, Albert Bene
dik.
Miss Anna Kovarik was a pleasant
caller at the A. D. Franklin home,
Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Mary Frank accompanied by
her son Adam and grandson Royal, at
tended church in our town Sunday.
We are sorry to report that Mr.
Thos. McCarville is still ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Benedik enter
tained company, Sunday afternoon.
Miss Abbie Kubik accompanied by
Mrs. Anton Kuhik were pleasant visit
ors at the John Voves home, Friday.
Wenzel Opat and son James and
daughter Misa Mary accompanied by
Frank Chihak were Cresco visitors,
Wednesday.'
Mr. and Mrs. John Marik enter
tained a large number of their friends,
Sunday.
Mrs. John Flaherty from Elma and
the Misses Buckley from Alta Vista
were guests at the Pat Waldron home
last week.
Mrs. Jos. Neubauer and two children
visited her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Dvorak, near Saratoga from Sunday
until Monday.
Frank Neubauer and Anton Kubik
were at Flaherty's Sunday afternoon.
J08. Kubik and Will Maruska were
Cresco visitors Monday.
Miss Barbara Chihak called at the
Albert Benedik home Tuesday.
NORTH ALBION.
North Albion farmers wear broad
BmileB since the rain.
Amil Keune has been on the sick list
the pa8t few days, but is improving at
this writing.
Mrs. A. Bigalk and daughter left for
Watertown, wis., Monday evening for
a few weeks' visit with relatives and
friends.
Ernest Bigalk was a business caller
at Granger Tuesday.
Geo, Brink sold his farm to J. Mar
tin. He will make his future home at
Granger.
The ladies' aid society of Zions Evan
gelical church met at Mrs. A Goetsch's
Thursday last.
Alex. Goetsch was seen on the streets
of Bonair one dar last week. We
wonder what the attraction is.
J. A. Bigalk and family visited with
friends at Wykolf Saturday and Sun
day.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Keune visited
at W. M. Burmeister's Sunday.
Henry Fischer and family left for
Juneau, Wis., Monday evening, after
having visited friends and relatives in
this vicinity.
Willie Goetsch sold his driver last
week and is going to try walking.
How about it, Will?
The Misses Emma and Florence Ger
icke of Cresco returned to their home
Monday.
Albert Ludwig was a business caller
at Cresco Monday.
David Volkman is home again, after
having worked for A. Ludwig the past
few weeks.
Herbert Milbrath was seen driving
on Diamond Ridge Monday.
W. H. Keune left for Cedar Rapids
Tuesday to attend a supervisors con
vention.
Ernest Bigalk has rented a farm of
C. Michel, known as the A. D. Miller
farm, near Harmony.
Amil Blatter called at the A. Keune
home Tuesday evening.
A number of young folks spent Sun
day everting at the G. Blatter home.
W. M. Lindsey was a caller atjGran
ger Tuesday.
Mrs. Wm. Bigalk visited her mother
at Florenceville Tuesday.
Chns. Bigalk was a welcome caller
at the C. Mandelko home Sunday.
PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS
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Catalogue or Bank Book
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Good Meat
At Low Prices!
Sirloin Steak
Round Steak
Porter House
Rib Roasts
Shoulder Roasts
Boiling Beef 6
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Matthew Larkin was a Cresco caller
Tuesday.
Joan Larkin has been working for
Adolph Walter the past few weeks.
Gericke & Co. are building a cement
bridge near Jake Bronner's.
Gustave Knuth is doing some cement
work for J. Hayes.
Willie Roliff called at A. Bigalks
Monday afternoon.
The barn of J. Anderson was struck
by lightning Tuesday night. Three
head of cattle, some nay, chickens and
machinery were burned with it.
ORLEANS.
Joe Steinmetz and son Clinton re
turned Monday from a visit with rela
tives near Ipswich, S. D.
Mr, and Mrs. Gus Hamre "are the
proud parents of a baby boy born last
Thursday. Mother and babe are doing
fine. Congratulations.
Mr. and Mrs Theo. Gunderson and
son spent Sunday with G. Gunderson
and family.
Mrs. Guy Pollitt and daughter re
turned home after a few days visit.
with her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham and
grand-daughter spent Sunday with
their daughter, Mrs. Mahlon Culbert.
Dan Farrell entertained his mother
and sister Sunday.
Mrs. Bert Perry entertained her sis
ter-in-law, Miss Bernice Perry Sunday.
J. V. Ahem is putting up a new silo,
and also Bert Perry and Peter Hovey.
They are nothing new lately.
The Fuller families attended the
funeral of their nephew, Claude Fuller,
only child of Frank and Hattie Fuller,
who was buried at Oak Lawn Sunday.
The parents have the sincerest sym
pathy of the entire neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Foley, our one
time neighbors, buried their only
daughter Saturday, a little girl of five
years who after an illness of a few
days passed away. She leaves, besides
her parents, one brother to mourn her
loss. They have the sympathy of the
entire community.
Mrs. Jack B'itzgerald called on Mrs.
Joe Steinmetz Sunday afternoon.
A party of young folks surprised
surprised Bertie Walton Monday even
ing and helped celebrate his ninth
birthday anniversary. The evening was
spent in music ana cards. Refresh
ments were served and enjoyed by all.
We are all enjoying the rain the last
few dayB which is doing things up
right, as we were badly in need of it.
NORTH KENDALLVILLE.
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Aug. 15, 1910.
We had a ni-e shower of rain this
morning. Lightning strucK and burned
two large stacks of straw in F. G.
Todd's field.
Eugene Underhill has returned
from Barneston, Neb., where he went
to visit his parents. He says this
country stood the drought the best of
any he saw on his trip.
Martin Mosher is on the gain. His
good neighbors got together and stack
ed his grain for him.
M. Ruddy, of Harmony, and daugh
ter Sarah, of Independence, Iowa,
visited at A. Walsh's Wednesday.
Ed. Walsh has been quite poorly the
past week.
Charles Yates and children of Cresco
are visiting friends around here this
week.
W. B. McKinney is suffering with
blood poison in his hand.
A. Yates made an over Sunday visit
with his daughter, Mrs. B. Johnson, at
Canton, Minn.
Mrs. Bickford and children of Cresco
are visiting with the A. Yates family
this week.
News comes from Harmony that Mr.
and Mrs. McCarty have a new grand
son.
Having Purchased a Bunch of
Fine Steers and Heifers at a
Reasonable Price I will give the
Public the Benefit of Good
Meat at the following Low
Prices:
15c
121
17c
12c
10c
to 8c
Pork Sausage 12
Home Rend. Lard 15c
Beef Sausage 12 4
Fresh pork shoulder 15
Pork Ham, Loins 17c
Home cured bac. 21
Try our Home-made Sausage and Minced Ham.
It's Fine. At THE IDEAL MEAT MARKET
V.N. Zender
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