The Independent from Hawarden, Iowa on March 2, 1893 · Page 5
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March 2, 1893

The Independent from Hawarden, Iowa · Page 5

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— /_..-. _4 J Spring HousejBle^ing^Bing ; &--Gdner > g'and New Goods on the Way. ARRIVING^ rec'd choicest line of Ini- ported and~Boniestit> spring ginghams eyer brought to the city. Call and see them. - ' - 'V .;" .* Our line of White Goods, embroideries and lace, cannot be excelled in price and quality. Buy early and get first choice. We will sell 1000 yards embroidery in short lengths at a great sacrafice. Gomie eai|ly if you want some rare bargains. —Miss Florence Nichols left Monday for her home in Clinton. —Prof. Washbunij of Rock Valley, visited in town over Sunday. —Editor Wheeler, of tho Ireton Clipper, was a v city visitor yesterday. —Frank McUuber, foreman of the Iretou Clipper, Sundayed at his home here. • —Editor Olds left last Thursday for Charles City for a vibit with his parents. -'—M.-1-s'. Chftsr Creglow, of Doonj- as the guest of E. A. Bass and family over Suudaj'.' — Disbrow &- Balconi sold a handsome bed room suit to Sioux Falls parties last Friday. —Deputy-Sherilr' Cunningham was over from Orange City Tues"day trausacting ofBcial business. — Guy Cheuo\veth was down from Hudson over Sunday for a - 1 / A full line of ladies' and Misses' Jackets and capes will arrive in a few days. Our cloak department will offer great values in alf the latest styles. Wait for them. We are on deck with a fine line of Shoes. We give this department our personal attention. This stock is, also more complete tlian ever before. fine line* of Hats just received. All the latest shapes, Call and inspect, they will please you. Our line of spring Shirts and Neckwear is just what you want. Henry Peters Highest of all in Leavening Power.—-Latest U. S. Goy't Report. teSKl Baking »fJ4M iv- ; _j *"_ ABSOLUTELY PURE THE 1NDEPEN-BEN-T. B. O. STONE, Publisher. -Monnug.-aahjfiQi.at ,t,he Con g'l -ph • "The_Ma n approved of. visit with his parents and "sister." .'_lia3 sold hisresi- dence in the west part of town to Jos. Roby. who occupies it immediately. J. W.' Miller & Son will oc- c upy the Wood, b nildiug, now occupied' by Wight Bros., after April 1st. '. • • — Tho Herald says it is a pretty surp thing that T. J. Deck will be recommended for postmaster at City. — The spring moving is in progress. Several carloads of goods left yesterday for various points in South Dakota. — Miss Mamie Kennedy, who has been visiting friends and. relatives at Elk Point the past few days, returned to-day. X* .' . . ^ '. / — J. M. Senior was called to Springvillo", this state, last Friday by a telegram announcing the serious illness of an uncle. —About thirty-five Indies and gentleman perpetrated a very pleasant surprise on Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bass last evening. —Mr. and Mrs. Jay Musson returned last Friday from an extended visit with friends in the eastern part of the state. — Miss Bessie Bauman, of Ireton, who has been here on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Arthur Whitfield, returned homo yesterday. — C. A..ClisG, late of tho Akron Register, was a pleasant caller last Saturday. Ho is now on the road for Ragsdale & Chussell, of Le- Mar.s. . / — F. A. Howard has bought an acre lot near tho school-houso and will begin tho erection of a residence soon. as the weather permits. ----- Several -young mon-aro thinking of enlisting in tho regular army. The recruiting officer will remain here until tho 2'ith of this month. • . — Preaching subject at M. E. church next Sunday evening: "Man cannot cancel his sins, but may receive pardon at the hands of God." — W. D. McClnre returned this mo'rning from a trip in the interests of tho disc .harrow sharpener, owned by Meoter, McCluro & Co., of this city. — Building and Loan association meeeting in W. H. Palmer's office next Monday evening. Tho usual salo of money and other business will tako place. — F. A. E. Good road has bought the vacant building north of- Mrs. Wooilsido's millinery. sloro nud is lixing ij up fo put in o. stock of groceries. God." Evening subject.; "The Stream from tho Throne." Memorial service in memory of Mr. anrt Mrs. Moiey's child, at 3 p, m. Revival meetings every evening except Saturday. Attend them. —Tho Eock Rapids Review is responsible for the following: ''At a certain Sunday school, somewhere within a radius of 100 miles of Eock Rapids, recently, while the members were discussing as to the method of increasing the attendance of their school a nice swell young man arose and snid it would be a good idea for thorn to appoint some evening for the young gentleman nud young ladies to-rneetfor the purpose of making arrangements to raise more children for the Sunday school." —The case mentioned in the INDEPENDENT some -1 i mo ago of Bertha Curtis vs. tho Independent School District of Centerville, S. D:/was tried "at Parkerlast week. The question involved the wages of the plaintiff whoj\vriB em] as a teacher under contract with o no school boa id and th e su c ceed- ing board repudiated the contract. Tho court held that the school board was a continuous body and that it's contracts are binding during their life. ' Other suits of a similar nature will follow. — Onr twin sisters, Hawardon and Calliope, are about to unite under one corporation after a number of years of rivalry. The uauio of Calliope will be dropped and the new corporation will take the name of Hawardon. This is a' move that we long ngo expected would take place some day. Hs- \vardeli is otte of the handsomest towns in western Iowa and has a set of business men that ever v?ork for tho best interests of 'the city and are prospering accordingly. "\Ye wish tho good people of Ha- wardea,including Calliopo.the best of fortune and all the prosperity they so richly deserve—Canton News. —-We print the official city ballot on our first page this week. The ballot as the voters receive it will conform' with this. All that is needed to understand, how to vote is to remember a mark in either of the rings at tho left of the party name, votes the whole ticket, unless otherwise marked elsewhere^on the ticket, mark an "X" for those you want to vote for, and don't scratch anybody's name out. You mark for those you want to vote for and don't mark those you want to vote against. If you want to vote for ^the annexation measure, mark an "X" in the square opposite . the word "yes," and if against, mark in the square opposite "no." That's all there is to it, and let there he a full vote cast. —Weather Prophet Hicks says: March will come in like a lamb and go out like a lion. A howling blizzard will show up in tho west and by March 3 it will reach the Atlantic. About the 5th it will grow warmer, but cold will develop from the 6th "to the 9th. The 10 is set down as n dangerous period, and from that date to tho 13th general and violent disturbances are to be expected. 'Blizzards' and snow blockades are predicted for tho northwest. Cyclones and tornadoes are promised to tho south. Tho 17th will bring warmer weather but the 18th will bring reactionary storms. Tho ugliest weather in tho month will bo from the 21si to tho 24th, and \ sharp.cold wavo will follow with more storms on tho 29th and 30th, Take it all in all, Hicks seems to think that March would boa good mouth to skip if. it wore' possible. —E. H. Befcts madd a buainoss trip to Sioux City Tuesday evening. \_; —Mrs. C. W. Tims Ion is ^visit- iug !ILT sister at Eaglu Grove this week. —Mrs. Clms. Blaessor returned, to-day from her visit with friends in Cherokee, this state. WANTED.—A laundry girl and also one to wash dishes. Good wages. Inquire at Depot hotol. —Charlie Allen has about com- n—srrba tentm-l—h o nso—amr \ barn on his Eagle township farm; ' .— Miss Ella Bass, who has boeu^ here tho past winter visiting her brother, E. A. • Bass and family, left this morning for n visit with her sister at Grumly Center, this state. —Kelly Bros, broad delivery team has indulged in a runaway twice this week, doing no great amount of damage on eithm- oe-- ctision except to scatter tho bread about in great shape. —The Ch risti.au Homo Donation league will mact with Mrs. J. T. VaiiOrman Friday afternoon, .March 10, 1893, - Every ono in tor- terested in the work is cordially invited fco attend the mooting. —Hawarden is a hustling little cit.y. It has put up $5000 on the summer races in thut-iity as prizes. The annexation of Calliope to it will make a 'great improvement ior both places.^-LeMars Sentinel. —0. A. Arid. GI 'i3on w ill have a public sale at his place G| miles hdrthwes"t ar~~Hiiwafdeli~M~aTch Gth at 11 a. m., at which time he w" i 1l'~di spo~SQ-of- a~l ar go-am otTn~t~~ o"f stock, farm machinery and grain-. / —The coal prospecting being dono by W. D. Conn for J. S. Green and H. M. Anglo, two miles west of town, is reported to bo progressing in good shape. Tho drill is now down about 100 feet and is working in slate. —Hon. E. E. Lewis, of Sioux City, delivered his' lecture on "Success" in the Baptist church Friday evening. Ho was tho only lecturer of the throe that succeeded in gutting here, much to the disappointment of tho Baptist society. —Subjects in Baptist church Sunday. 10-15 "Soetl thoughts from' the life of King Saul." 7:30 "Christ's full realization of his sufferings." The Lord's supper will be administered after the morning service. G:30, B. Y. P. U., meeting. Topic, "Sword and Trowel," Willis Musson, leader. . —The spring is ho most favorable season of tho year for putting ih cisterns, and as no one desires a poor ono, it is well to place your order early: George R. Helm is still in the business and will put yq,u in an artificial stone cistoru and guarantee it for five years at almost.as reasonable figures as you can get ono of those common holes in the ground. He has been .iu the. business in this vicinity for the past six years,'and ho has yet to put iu the first cistern that did not give entire satisfaction. —Warren Lillie, a former Calliope boy, but now of LoMars, came over this morning to visit with old-time frinds. Warren is now in the employe of A. W. Weir, one of the most extensive horsemen in the state, and his trip over hero is largely for the purpose of looking over tho Hawarden race course and seeing whufc arrangements can bo made for training Mr. Weir's spring of trotters at this place this season. Hawarden's driving park, it will bo seen, will benefit our town in many wa}'S the coming season. Snowbonnd. Owing to a heavy fall of snow and n severe wind Monday, the trains were delayed, also tho people wore mostly kept out of town, but they got in Tuesday and Wednesday when they readily found Ring & Gardner's store for they are at the old stand snow or no snow. __ "An open confession in good for tho Houl.'' Elliott, the tailor, lias got tho finest lino of spring cloth aver brought to tho northwest. . :. —Ladies wishing sowing done by the day or week will do well by calling ou Miss Ella Mohan, at Mrs. Callahau's-rooms, in the Nash & Lynn's block. For Sain or Triido. A few choice quarter sections of deododjand in Suj]y_ county, 3. D. Tnquiro at J. ~ Eotsof rock salt 75 cents per 100 ^pounds at Calliope. J. M. CARPENTKH. RInyor's Proolnmutlou. To Tins QUALIFIED KI,ECTOHS OP TIIK INCOHPORATED TOWN OF HAWAU- DEN, IOWA: i ticoordunco with law, 1, Jumu.s Ituss, mayor of tho iuoui'porateil town of Hawardon, Iowa, do hon-hy ^iv t > notice aiul proclaim to iho quaHllod oluo- loi's of said town that a town ulooliun will Be hold iii said town, 'ouiinty"of Simix, stuto of Iowa, on tho llrst \lon- dayin Mivmh, A. D., 181K1, it Ivjiny Uus ilth clay thereof, for tho oloiUion of tho following "" Ono mayor, Ono recorder, Ono treiusuror, Ono assosaoi", Two counoilmon, Three puck commissioners. BUGU election • tho •••following question will bo submitted to tho electors of the said town of Huwimlon, Iowa: \ "Shall tho town of OulUqpe, lowu, bo annexed to the town of Ilawanlon, Iowa, upon tho torms and conditions pro- posod." And iUs him;by ordered that tho polls of suld election on.tuiid (ith day of March shall bo open tit 8 o'clock in Iho morning ntid shall cloao at (i o'clock in tho evening unless hold open until 8 o'clock in the evening by. proclamation maclts at tho.opening of tho polls. Sjiid oleuilon will tako place in tho building on Kansas stroot known as tho Shoomakor building, and boing tho first building north of-A. II. Brown's implement warehouse. Tho judges of sixid election are J. W. Wui to, P. G. Gohan and J. T."VanOi- man. Tho clerics of aaid election are A. U. Jones and O. G itoinlger. Tho electors of said incorporated town of Hawarden, Iowa, will tako of- Hoinl notice of "tho above proclamation and govern.-thomflaly'GB accordingly; Witness rhy oflleial signature this 20th day of February, A. D., I.SiKl. JAJIKS I toss, .Mayor. H : .Qiioal~& lumber office Hawardon, Iowa. —Aro YOU in arrears scriptiou? If you are, you will confer a groat favor by callin and sott : iih>> tho accminfc ue<>d the money,. . tf. ^The Northwestern State Bank of Hawarden is : emphatically a homo institution. Of tho eighty thousand dollars capital,- otily- soveuty-two hundred is owned outside of the county. Instruction in Music, _. iss Edith Morris is prepared to give lessons in music on piano quire at Disbrow &.' Balcom's music parlors. Call untl Settle. Owing to a change in tho firm, all persons knowing themselves indebted to mo will ploaso call and settle their old account at J, B. PEUUY. Farmers in Union and Lincoln counties can get better_rates on farm loans at Hawardon than at any place in Dakota. Call at the Northwestern State Bank. >Vn»to<l to I have iiioro clothinu than Cash Como and exchange 1 . P. E. MA.YNAUD. 'Oysters- in all styles at Van Sickle's lunch counter. _Tho Northwestern State Bank will make-Joans on Dakota farms without red tapo or delay. — Mouaghan Bros, & Go;v:sell tho best grades of hard and so?t coal, tit bottom-prices. — " tf Get your livory rig" at Martin furnished when. ._,_ desired. —-A-n-y-ti nw -you—need- ft—1......, desire to go to any part of the city, drop around to Martin Bros. O- Tailor, A full lino of foreign and domestic piece goods always on hand. '', - lOWJL- '--MACOMBER & SMITH, -DUALISMS IN- it line ever displayed lib the city- LatestDeslgnsjnst received, Piccta Mouldings, Window SMaes BRUSHESj PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, All work <2aara,iiteed to give satis FO R: Hard ware& Harness Goods •OF EVERY DESORrPTIOJSr, Barb Wire, Nails, Amunition, Guns, Tin Work, Plumbing, Plumbing Goods Of every .description. Be Snre to Call and Get Our Prices Before Purchasing.; H. L. WOOD &, CO., GRANITE BLOCK - HA W ARDEN, 10 WA. 'AA^elite's Heirriess Shop You can find all kiiids'bf HARNESS AND STRAP WORK.: KEEPS ON HAND A FULL LINE OF Collars Whips ' Halters Bridles Lashes Brushes Carry Combs Lap Robes Nets Harness oils Saddles 'Etc. Etc • ' ; • .... .. -- 1 - V " •" llopairing Promptly done. Honest goods ami fair treatment pur' motto. Nothing but pure Oak.Harness-Leather used ahdpraotic*!', harucs's makovs to make it up. .... , x .-L

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