The Independent from Hawarden, Iowa on January 12, 1893 · Page 5
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January 12, 1893

The Independent from Hawarden, Iowa · Page 5

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r*> ''<• ~r-^-;,','. ;;''. •;".'.' r ^;;/'--/ ^ ;;«:>{ ;J'rf", ! J ;'ft|^8fi -bu-ying_yo_ur Highest of all in Leavening Povver.—-Latest U. S, Govl Report ABSOLUTELY PURE -THE- INDEPENDENT. 1>. O. STOXB, Publisher. a: _ __— Roscoe Weldou is carrying his nose in a sling, the result of a collision with a barb-wire fence •vE-hile- sk a tin g. — —F. M. Gardner returned Mon- [./'—A young man giving his World's Fair city. ^r-Mrs. W. P. Hix visited with P. E. Granger and family at Sioux City over Sunday. church, rnoru- —At-the Cong'l of pair of overshoes from the Golden Rule and a robe from Dr. Doolittle last Thursday evening. He wag taken before Justice Maupin the next day, who gave ing, "Amusements." ^^SUeTin 3 Schaap wag Orauge City last Friday looking after official business." " '.". — Justice Maupin has movted his office into room two, over the Northwestern State bank. —Dick & Havens haye secured • the contract for filliug'the Northwestern ice-house at this place. —The Catholic society of this -place is making arrangements for a grand fair; from Feb. 6th to 12th. —Mrs. Chas. Blaesser is enjoying~ a~ visit" fronr a-youug-lady- -hinv-thirty- days for _the_ light-fiu- j gered act. ._.=Jlk^SjinjL_J3idsafil_j?l.^^ district deputy grand master, was here Tuesday evening and installed the officers of the Odd Fellows lodge. MiK Grissel has just been-all over the district installing officers and reports that every lodge is making preparations to attend the anniversary celebration at Ha warden this spring. '—Pitts & Kessey have " Society No'ta'tfons; Hawarden has a dancing master and our young people are interested in polishing up their steps. The class at present numbers thirty-five or forty members. They _m eR.t..e.v.e ry...Th iirscl ay <_. V e n - ing,-dance-..a few._hpurs, and go -home,-feeling j\U__ther_better tor the exercise and the meeting one with another socially. .-.""..'. • '•' f V; - • i '-'^> U>H ;''' ':' v '^'' :; P: : f; : ^fe§JP *«» Little Merle Sjoue entertained a nu'inbof of - his- little- friends at bis Lome Saturday afternoon, it, being the occasion, of his sixth birthday. The "Biirall -people -had- a nice time all the afternoon, -£la-ving— :garlQns_i;ames. and after •^ *. i'\v "iYiryrn .- '1.1 ley liavr a now way of coin-rung notes down in Plymouth county. It seems a man named Gottschalk had bought, some seed grain last spring from Ed. Swanson, for \yhich hjj_ gave his uoto and SwjDi.son has been unable to ^<"t thi' snme. Lust^ Satnnlay ttwanson went to Gottsclialk's louse to get a twenty dollar bill changed, being particular to keep the. twenty until the change was aid on tin- (able when he (Swanson) picked'up lit toe n dollars and eft the note- which called for fif- informalion against Swanson and of this manner of cola five o'clock lunch all returned l& their homes, wishing Master MerJe many more such happy birthdays. v purchased the bank—at-Sioux Center and will increase—the capital of tlm concern and give that future metropolis -a—banking institution _A_ few of _our friends pulled ye editor's latch string last SatuTday' exening— n n d— wlu].eiL_a .way ji . f e w hours over a social game of cinch. ... .......... : .................... *** ............................... Last Tuesday evening a number of thei friends of Mr." and Mrs. C. F. Noble stormed their castle, bringing with them numerous good things ....... tomcat. .ami a few handsome presents. The surprise was as complete as it was enjoy- Sible. Mr. and Mrs. Noble are soon to leave our little city and the best wishes of a host of friends go with them to their new home. cousin, who will spend the winter here. : —Subject at the M. E. clTurch Sunday evening, "God hears and answers the prayers of and penitent hearts." it can well feel proud of. This is the fifth bauk in Sioux county in which Pitts & Kessey are interested, and makes them one of sincere j the most extensive banking firms in the state. —The little 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Heald has been quite low with lung fever the past few weeks. —The M. E. Jj. A. S. will meet on Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 18, at Mrs. J. 0. Miller's. A warm invitation is given to come, —L. H. Bailey & Son have re- modled the interior of their restaurant and now have a neat oyster parlor in connection. .. ' —G. W. Sehmitz, who has had' charge of the harness department for J. W. & D. .Brunskill for the past two years, is now with J. W. Waite. —County Attorney Huthinson was-ovor-f-rom-GJrange City Tuesday looking after important legal matters. He reports everything serene at the capital. —Prof. Adams, of the Ireton schools, was a visitor at the Ha- wardeu schools last Friday, and was also the guest of Prof. Mishler while in the city. —H. P. Scott received the sad intelligence a'few days ago of the death of his brother, T. P. Scott, at his home in Forrest City, this state, on Thursday of last week. —Recorder Mel rose was over from Orange City several days the fore part of tile week settling up some of his business affairs, preparatory for his two year's stay at the county capital. —Percy .Prescott, for several years one of Sioux county's best ku6\vn faTmeTs, is now on t!fe road for Geo. H. Howell, wholesale furniture dealer, of Sioux City. Ho gave our local dealers a call last week. — Charley Flebhman has jnst ' received a new sausage mill, with steam fixtures, and will soon be prepared to turn out bologna in ^regular city style. The engine, milL, and steam rendering apparatus cost him in the neighborhood of §500. —Wm. Lemke,. of Hull, was employed to put up some storm vvirfdowd on f.he Hotel Patterson. When ho presented his bill, ten dollars, or twenty-five cents per window, the management registered a big kick and tendered seven dollars in payment of the debt. Mr. Leniko refused the tender and sued the account before n justice of the peace. • The defense asked for a jury and that body allowed Mr. Mr. Lernke a verdict of three dollars and recommended that ho should pay thb costs. IS — : Fire broke out at Maurice Tuesday night and Henseukalld Bros.' store and stock of goods valued at 87,000 burned shortly after midnight. The heat of the burning store caused James Everhart's house, jnst north, to catch fire. All the furnituie was saved but the house will bo a total loss of 82,000. No insurance. The origin of the fire is unknown. 'S —C. F. Noble, who has had charge of J. H. Queai & Co.'s lurn- Nb.or business at this place for the pnst few years, has received a well merited promotion and will have the general management of all of the company's' yards in southwestern Minnesota," with headquarters-., at ..-Ba.VES.on. ,J. H... Ptussell, of Hutchiuson, Minn., will take Charlie's place here. —Wm. Hutchinson has taken into partnership with himself F. R. Millar, formerly of Cedar Rapids, and the firm is now Hntchin- son i% Millar. During the years that Mr. Hutchinson has been engaged in the practice of law in Sioux county he has been most successful and the infusion of new blood will undoubtedly be of benefit. Mr. Millar is a young man of pleasing address and will add strength to the firm.—Herald. —Some one seems to have stirred up the ire of the Hudson Tribune: "Tho writer has been away three days this week and has not had time to obtain the necessary particulars to speak further about the matter pertaining to the **' cele- / Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miller brated the sixteenth anniversary of-their - marriage—Tuesday. _.A_ few friends were asked to- dinner. \ There will be an exhibition of elocutionary ability Friday evening at the M. E. church by Jacob Snare Detwiler, who cornea to us highly recommended, and will furnish a very interesting program. Come out everybody and enjoy an intellectual treat. ' - *** A few of our city's dancing people met with Mrs. Watkins Saturday evening to practice for the next hop. *** • We are soon to have a wedding in our midst. Guess! "cleatli" oF~Eslihm r ~^nxreT3~o~n~ this week. We had intended to drop tli9 matter, but Frank Kittredge is making such a terrible howl about town, oven going so far as Ho agitate the question of tar and feathers for the editor of this paper, that wo propose to show our side of it in a little more complete form next week. In the meantime lot- the tar and feather brigade come forward, but in the 'event they undertake the job we advise them to bring their coffins with them." The North western State Baunk commences business with a larger, paid up capital . thun any other bank in the "big four." It is appropriate that the tho district bank. should best town in have the best Team For Sale, A good team of work hpraea for sale cheap. Inq' ire of J. E. Kenyon, one mile south of Hawarden. Farm Loans at ft per cent, Dakota loans at 7 per cent. Ap. ply to A. D. Storrs, $ mtlo onat »or Hawardon. >----.• Keep the hair healthy and of a natural color by using HsiHsHairRonowcr. That maple syrup at the Golden Rule is immense.... Try.a.half-gait Ion can. Get your livery rig at Martin Bros. Diivers furnished when desired. Those ladies' and children's kangaroo calf slices at the Golden Rule give the best satisfaction. Oysters in all styles at Van Sickle's lunch counter. Go to Van Sickle for your extra select oysters, stewed, fried and raw. Dates Dates. Nash ct Lynn are Belling three pounds of choice dates for 25 cents. Maple sugar (pure) lo cents a pound at the Golden Rule. —-Buy your hard and soft coal of Mouaghan Bros. & Co. tf Retsof rock sail 75"cents"per 100 pounds at Calliope. J. M. CAKPENTER. . Buy your bulk oysters at Van Sickle's lunch counter. Bargains in winter goods at the .Goideu Rule. —Are YOU in arrears on subscription? If you are, you will confer a great favor by calling in and settling the account. We need the money. tf Mrs. Corbett, dressmaker, over Nash & Lynn's store. Call at 'Bruuskills hardware ami harness store for robes, blankets whips etc. A carload of oak cord Woostor & Milne's. wood at Van Sickle keeps a very line select oyster direct from Balti more. , Pure buckwheat flour and maple syrup at Nasiv& Lynn's, Tho best Leliigh hard coal, egg, range and n«fc,for sale at Woosfcor .&""• ' ecting note,s will be tested in the lOlU'tS. No More Postal \ By the recommendation of the .Jostinasti-r-genoral the public is iOQLL_to bo._J!a.v.orcxl withpostal erip in lien of the postal note. that there is little or no complication and at the same time it.is a- £opd-\vay.-lb-s«nd money. A shoot rolling for amounts from one cent ;o tlire.e dollars hag been prepared, For a fee of one cent the amount to be sent will be torn off about the same as an express .order. There will be no wilting on it of any sort by the postmaster, t.he_._sender endorsing as l^e would a check or draft,. The govern- ment-gaarantaes-tlia.safe delivery. -Ex." liiink Statement. We Have BUT_ELEGANT GOODS, AND HONEST VALUES. 1 IN LADIES JACKETS, Plush Cloaks, Child rens' and Mi s s e s g a r ?n ei 11 s, >v eh ay e a com pi etc line. DRESS GOODS, Flannels, Etc,, a complete assortment. CLOTHING AND FUR COATS, Our stock cannot be excelled, nor prices duplicated. o[_t,tvo condition of this Is'orlhwesLoni STTti.ol:5unlru dun, lo\vu, oi'tfunj/ud un'dor the of Iowa, located ut .Huwurdon, [own, in l,ho comity of Sioux, at the close of businuss on t,ho 31*1 day of December. A. I)., 1S<)2. mudii Lo the Auditor of State, HK fcquii'L'd by lu\v. ASSKTTS. of lillls. 1: ids and lll.'i.uii;} 5V ly ownudby iliii ImnU.. ...... Tliu condil luu of I hi; rurcfio- liiti If |):irl luuliirly iii!Si;i Ihud :is follows: A inou n I of CM si i on I in ii(t 1 1 1>•>(!!•! I i;.-il us follows: ..'old and sil vurrolu lull! foil . . H.-'HM .'!.'! Li;j;nl tcudur and iiiitlonal iJMiifc noli'.s Miid subsidarv i!oln ...................... .. ..". :UiX) . Tim iiiiinnia snl),]i>fl. Lo In; Ifiiwn ill.*>l^liloii ilcposlt vvllli •iolvunt liiinkii or lnLtikurs: Ntil'l K:mU ofsluux City t S.mil 71 !onl,'l NiM.'l B:iiik. ' 'hlciino.. |,KK7 (Hi lib X:it'l iiiinli Ni'W Vorl;.... «:w II Mir viilni' of i-oiil iiropiM'ly OWIIIM! liy HID li;iiik !j-7."i!llj "silni! of lli'i'MMui I iii'OiHT'.y ownud tiy (hi: lisitilc, liaiili CI7 illl Tot :il asscls.... .. .". LIA1HMT1KS. Aniouiil of ciipllii I slock niM- niilly pnlit up In L'iisli ....... ift l.'ot:! ! iiniou nl ilnc di'iiositurs as follows: Amount , sj^lil d<!|joslls ...... i:.'^.-.">4 '>'< A MI< i tint t iniit di>|)oslt s ........ M,!J47 -l.'i Ol.lii'r iirollls on liiind uftri 1 di'dni'l Ijix tiiM'.s mill i>.\- pi'tisi's ....................... ^ d'i IkS Tolnl liiihililli's .......... +1^1,001 :t8 A in i MI nt of all lliihllll ics to < In: I la n I; on ilio |);iri of dii'i'doF-.s .......... ft Noix . KTATI-". SIOUX ('OUN'-r Wo, N. Ki'KHny. jiroKidisul, li. A. IJass, cashier, and John II. Downing and David Bnm.skill, directoi-.s of the bank ubovrs named, do solemnly BWCIII' tliat ilio forcsgohifj Htat'imcnt. IH full, true and coi'i'c'c.l. to Lite iK'.st, of oiu* knowl- udjfu and belief, l.hal, I, he assets therein .set forth arc; bona fidu thu property ol rfaid hardc in itn uoi'poi'atcfjapaoity: and that no pt : L-t of tlic .same haw boon loaned or advanoud to said bunk for the pur- pOHC! of being exhibited as a portion ol its assets. N. KKSSISY, Prunidont, \. BASS, Cushioi 1 , J. II. DOWNING, \ Di'ra. vibod and hworn to before mo by E. A. lias's, casbior.and John H. Downing and David Brunnkiil, directors,this 7th day of January, ISM. -j SKA;. '• ANDREW KINO, Public in and foi Sion.v county. Iowa. IMffs for Sale. Fine bred Poland China Pigs for sale. All males. A. D. Storrs, •A mile east of Hawardeu. Go to Paramoro's for photographs. Stolen, The party who stole my pointer pup on Thursday, January 6, will save trouble by returning him at once. CHAS. NKAYTON. Money to loan and all good commercial paper cashed at reasonable rates at the- Northwestern Slate Bank. Shoat'i? for Sale. I have for sale about 40 nice shoals, several good brood sows, and a thoroughbred boar. Inquire of \V. H. ENGLAND, Fresh oysters by the can, or served in any stylo, at. Smith'b restaurant LADIES AND CUNTS' UNDKMIR. OUR OTHER GOODS We can't on nine rate. Come and see the new goods. RING & N ER. :F O R: Hardware O.F .111 VERY I )E,SORIPTION, Barb Wire, Nails, Amumtion, Guns, Tin Work, T I Plumbmg, — ••• Plumbing- Goods Of every description. Be Sure 'to Call and Get Our Prices Before -Purchasing Elsewhere, H. L, WOOD A GO;, GRANITE BLOCK - JT./1 Tf AR'fiEN, 10WA. W B n/IILLE-R a U • 8 W I S S^i&m LM It -L'UOL'KII'VrOK Ol' TilK- BREAD TN IT CAKE ORANGES, LEMONS, and OTHER FRUITS IN THEIR SEASON, HOT COFFEE AND LUNCH AT ALT/ i£OUR8. My delivery wagon runs every day. Hang your card in sight and': yonr wants will be supplied. Mail orders receive prompt attention'. ;• Baking done to order. . '.. '•«'; Half Bloclc from C. $ JV. W. Depot, Hawanlen, Iowa. , Hi«(: • • ' • ...... . • .... . • : '•.VfluV •,_:>\ ••<;& • ^.\ ?;V^ Heirness' SMcr -You can find all kinds of- HARNESS AND STRAP TOR — KEEPS ON HAND A FULL LINE OF-— Collars - Willys Halters Lashes Brushes Lap Robes , 'Net$ Saddles • • "" Bridles Curry Combs Harness oils Repairing Promptly done. Honest goods and .. 1T7 ., motto. Nothing.,but pure Oak Harness-Leather .uaecl !aii< harness ntnkjBTB to make it up.

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