The Independent from Hawarden, Iowa on March 30, 1893 · Page 4
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March 30, 1893

The Independent from Hawarden, Iowa · Page 4

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North "L7L. Younie KEEP offtioisof Anyllsc trip to the county capital yeste'r- i '<•• > \ has purchased the day. /J. C. Reed OUT OFDOOK8 OR IN THE HOUSE. ALL GOODS OF BEST QUALITY AND FIKST CLASS, AND Frnuk Burliiigame property, paying SI500 for the same. Charley Pritchard went to Belmond, this state,'the fore part of the week for a visit with his parents. Prof. Spencer went to Sionx City the fore part of the week to coal, at bottom prices. Go to Paramore's for photographs. the J^egt Proof of the pudding i?t-he eating, so ........................ - ........ Come..ancLtry..us once. _______ ____ • Don't Forget Onr Fall Line of Trunks, Money to loan and all good commercial paper cashed at reasonable rates at tho Northwestern S<ate Bank. '- For list of lands for sale and information about Charles Mix, the best county in South Dakota, write visit the public schools of that place. J. W. Wood went to Sionx City and L^eMars the fore part of the [ week to look after some real tate matters. W. Fergeson has , to Lucas Bros., Castalia, S. D. --Are. vpu in arrears on subscription? If you are, you will "ig ii Wo tf — t ^ ~-. U m.* , ^^ j \ju dlL U confer a great favor by calling in .. 7J -You can find all kinds of- AND STRAP WOR; KEEPS ON HAND A FULL LINE OF ' y Conibs Harness oils Lashes Lap Robes Saddles , Wets f\± Etc, fee sold REMOVAL SALE. residence to "A: H: Baird,one of ;he prominent bachelor farmers of Englo township. Mrs. West, who has been here the past winter visiting her sous, . 0 the account, es- need the money. his I TheNorfch western State Banuk _ T |_coniinences-bnsiness with (Har 10 Per Cent Off For ON ALL GOODS Excepting sugar, cole and flour, afc the store of J. W. MILLER % .SON. day for.her home at.Mwlale, this state. Owing to a combination of circumstances there was a light attendance at the musicale given at the residence of Prof. Spencer last Friday evening. Quite an elabo- . — ~-M^_fcj*j ii x U LA H, AClliiCl paidup capital than any other bank in the "big four." It is appropriate that the best town in the district should have the bost bank. .. — Buy — youj—hani mitt/soft coal- ot Monaghau Bros. & Co. tf The best Lehigh hard' coal, egg, range and nut,for sale at "Wooster & Milne's. Dr-. Maun makes somethiugu'ow the line of plate work. Tho Scott & Dealers and Jobbers in rate program was..rendered and 'Highest of all-in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. in plate is made of aluminum, thus making it much stronger as well those who were present pronounce I a9 - ll l llter ' ilso ^'style of gold' it a grand treat. sold i t I ~ -."-VJ.ASJO cbtuvi UHliMIUll, MULL 1U- township and fants dresses and skirts very cheap He has purchas- Q t Miss Brady's millinery store, hardware Agricultural Iraplemen - . . __• _ JL -- .•...:' v^ Ppeeial Agents for Marseilles Adams Power Shelters and AppletonFeed Grinders and Powers. moved to town. ed the Trye & Wade ABSOU/TEI PURE THE INDEPENDENT. D. O. STONE, Publisher. PROSPECTS OF A BIG DAY That IH the Kcport. of Those Who Have the Odd Fellow Celebration In Charge. Those who have had the management of the Odd Fellow celebration in charge report everything moving along superbly. At a meeting of the Lodge Tuesday evening the following committees were appointed: On tent: G. W. Froclidi. On decoration: • Mossi'S. Liilanrl, Man. sen, Mann, 6'Bi'ien, Crane, Newton, "HodginrMosdamcs Wooclbkle, Bnuly and Willey. Music: Messrs. Suekow. Wood and Lynn; Miss Edith Morris. itbcoption halls: Messrs. Maynnrd, Crane, Palmer, Molyncnx and Waitel Reception: Messrs. Miiyrmrd, Ashley, Pi-itchard, Downing, Palmer, Leland, Wilt kins, Moody, Molynoux, Frolich, Fleshman. Literary entertainment: Rev. Suckow, Jeffrey, Thrasher. Prog-ram: Palmer, Froelich.Leland. Grounds: Crane, R. Miller, Hcrtcr, Jacobe, Haines. To receive and entertain all visiting Rebekah Watkina, _ ^ • Miller^, Moody, Rowley, Quigley, Peters, Phelps, Nettie Brunsldll. Dance: Leland, Watkins,LitVnn<,'. • Printing: Palmer, Stone, Olds. " Marshals: Fi-oelieh, Dunham, Day. Subscriptions: P. E. Maynard. The'chairman of each committee is requested to meet Saturday evening, April 1st, n t the Odd Fellows hall to receive instructions in their respective duties. All Odd Fellows and citizens in- .terosted in the coming anniver- • saiy are invited ho attend. * * # * • Bros. G. W. Frolich and W. L. Leland, of Hawarden, Iowa, were • in the city on the 20th inst while -• on their way to Huron to make { arrangements for the running of ;. a special traiir to Hawarden on ' April 26th, where grand preparations are being made for the celebration of the.74th anniversary of Odd Fellowship. Tho Brothers were successful in their errand ffiud a special train will leave Hu- morning the 26th and lodges: Lolaiul, Mesdume.^ •Welch, Loland, Bass, J. C. will return after the day's pro- gramme is completed .at Hawarden.—I- O. O. F. Gavel, Iroquois, S, D. # * # Arraugemeats are being made by Elk Point Lodge No. 4, I.O.O.F. to attend the celebration at Ha- wardeu on Wednesday, April 26, 1883, in a body of about forty.— Elk Point Leader. Elk Point was one of the towns which had commenced prepara- rations to celebrate at home, but upon learning of the extensive plans for tho monster celebration at Hawarden, they decided to join with us. Genterville is now the -O.uly__tawii.-withiii~..-a. radius -of--100 miles of Hawarden that still talks of a home celebration. All the rest have sent word that they would send large delegations. * # # Tho South Dakota I. O. O. F. Gavel has the following in regard to tho anniversary celebration of this place: A number of the South Dakota brethren will celebrate anniversary day--April 26 — at Hawarden, Iowa. The boys of Hawarden- are unceasing in theii effort to sec ft re'a large attendance, and to perfect arrangements to make it pleasant for their visitors. About 8800 will bo paid out in prizes for tho best exhibitions of the secret work and in entertaining their guests. We can promise those who attend, an excellent time r; for the brothers of that city will leave nothing undone that will add to the joy and happiness of their visitors. stock and intends to become one of our permanent citizens. Well, we are glad to have such men locate with us. Easter services will bo held at the Presbyterian church next Sunday at 10 o'clock—a—m. and 7:30 p. m. In the morning the pastor--will—-pruach—on "Rolling Away the Stone." In the evening the young people will give a program consisting of-music, essays and Bible reading on the appearances of Christ after the resurrection. All are invited. • .: --Real-estate has been quite active in this part of town the past week. Among the sales reported to us by Agent West are three lots to John Wooster, three to Ben Robinson and a quarter block to Wm.Hitch- cock. Wooster and Robinson both contemplates the erection of neat residences upon their purchases in the near future. Mrs. Kuapp met with an unfortunate accident iast Monday morning that came very near proving fatal. She was returning home from a neighbor's when she slipped on tho ice and fell, striking on her head.- She was picked up and carried into the house by Mrs. MeVee and sister, where she "fe~mained"itf TuTVimclonscIoiuF condition for over an hour. She is up and around today, but verv weak and sore from the effects of her fall.—Elk Point Leader. Farmers in Union and Lincoln counties, can get better rates on BER&SMlTHTi DEALERS IN farm loans at Hawarden than at any place in Dakota. Call at the Northwestern State Bank. Notice to Borrowers. The •_ '••First-.-Nat^BunJt of Hawarden, Iowa, 'oa,ri fur- seven and eight per cent, interest, and short time -money at Lowest current rates. The finest tine ever displayed in the city. Latest Designs just received, Piccture Mouldings, Window Shade| ; BRUSHES, PA1 NTS, OILS AN[ ML work guaranteed to give satisfaction. Ale and T 'PEPTONIZED" is NOT a nauseous medicine, — HUT— The Pleasantest Tasting LIQUID Food Tonic nnd the most ufllcuclous "huililcr up" known to imxium suluiice. Endorsed mid r>ru.scrllu>d \>r st Icnst 25,000 Icudins physicians In thu U. *. to-tUr All Druggists Sell it. as ct s . per BRUNSKILL'S RELIABLE DEPOT. By request will make :i short s in tho Html to :L limited number of mares, afler which lie will «-o into training- to lower his record of ±±_'. Removal Sale. Soon after April 1st wo will re move to the first door north of Brnnskdls' hardware store, in Upeni block. See oar ad. J. W. MILLKU & SON. For Snle. Quarter section of land. Ifc J 8 all good. 115- acres under plow good pasture, plenty of water, fair jiouso, good barn 26x34 with good j}iy Joffc, three box sfcaJls for stal lions good sheds for seventy head of stock: Pric 0 .S2000. On] v ] m lf mde-outside of the city liuiiu of QEO. BICHAKDHOX Kimball, Brulo Co. SD Miss Morris was born in America, is a self-made music teacher, understands the wishes of all classes in the way of music lessons, and her theory is perfect time (the most essential part in in music) as Vfrell as tune. Give .her a trial. This is our teacher. DISBUOW £ BALGOM. Betsof rock salt 75 cents per 100 pounds at Calliope. J. M. CAIU'ENTER. Get your livery rig at Martin Bros. Diivera furnished when desired. TERMS: *2f>,. with return privilege in ISD-l.-ot money refunded. Will bo at LeggcLL's burn, Culliope, Iowa, until April 15, after which date he will be at the Hawarden d.tiving- park. Humming ]Jir<l Horse Co. Where Yoa Can Find Everything in. the line of GENERAL- HARDWARE, Stoves and Tinware, Hand Made Harness of No/1 Oak Leather, and Saddlery Hardware Of Every Description, FRESH SEEDSoF ALL VARIETIES Iron and Wood Pumps. Call and Get Our Prices. Van ( _ Oysters in all styles at Sickle's lunch counter. The Northwestern Stale Bank will make loans on Dakota farms without red tape or delay. RESIDENCE Fon SALE:—I will sell my residence and four lots at a bargain. H. HARDY. * :The Victor Bicycle It-ia ineompurubly thu ho.st. Victors lend the world. Catalogue free. 'ARTHUR WHITFIELD, AGENT, 'HA. WARDEN, - IO WA. i A good lady's bicycle for sale at a bargain. G. W. WELCH. Do_no.t buy your custom made clothing by sample when you can, buy it in the piece of C. Elliott, the tailor. The Northwestern State Bank of Hawarden is emphatically a homo institution. Of the eighty thousand dollars capital, only seventy-two, hundred is ownedont- sule of the county. Wnled Hay for Sale. Dick Sf Havens have-; a choice ot baled Imy for sale. 2_ w . At The Old Stand! I deslru lo nnnciinurc tliull :UD a^ain b:ick lit. Mm old .sl,;i)i(! wlili !l noiit. frosji -•ilock of GONFHCTIONHRY,' TOBACCOS, CIGARS, ORANGES, LEMONS, FriiUs of All Kinds inS you :ill for past priM'tmaxu and !n^ CDI- :i coiiiliniiineDof I In- siuno. I mil. I. G, GROUSE, [). HIIUN-SKILL, .T. H. DOWNING, C. H. SCOTT-UURBIN, N. KESSEV, M. D mRECTOus. N. KESSUY, G. w. PITTS, VICE-PRESIDENT. Ii. A. BASS, CASHIER. ANDREW RING, ASST. CASHIER. State Bankj i Largest Capita! of Any BanK in Will buy and sell exchange, loan money, buy notes, mortgages, warrants, etc., and make farm loans at low rates, both in Iowa and Dakota. Customers will receivg liberal treatment andevcry accommodation consistent with sound banking. t Paid on Tune Deposits. Pay Your Taxes Th e A full lino of foreign and domestic piece //,// WARDEN, - * goods always on hand. IO WA.

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