The Independent from Hawarden, Iowa on May 25, 1893 · Page 1
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May 25, 1893

The Independent from Hawarden, Iowa · Page 1

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^ii%^'; •.:••'-•' fe^-v-v^ HAWARDEN JPENDENT. J&L YOL. XYI. HAWARDEN, SIOUX COUNTY, IOWA, MAY 25. 1893. NO a. LELA.ND Is Still at th.e Head, in WALL PAPER Better Stock than Ever Shown Before in Hawarden. 1 el m Z13 ¥m. m i^i-e m m % - CHURCH DIRECTORY. C ONGHEGATIONAL CHU RCH.-Servlces at 19:55 u. IK. and 7:iiO l>. M. Sundaj School, 12:00 M. Prayer and bible study. -WBdnesrluynvDnln'r;-7:;Kir" Scats freer Strmi- si-s cordially invited to all services. -Key. rJ.'- B APTIST OH UKOL1.—Preaching every Lords day til U o'clock a. tn, and TtiJU o'clock p. in. Sunday School at 12 in. Prayer 'and conference meeting Wednesday evening at 7:110. All arc cordlallr Invited to utttenu 'these' meetings. .O. M. TniiASHEii, Pastor. M ETHODIST EpIseopiiIChurch. Preaching __ ovory Sunday evuning at 7:;.U). Ep- __ . Avorth LmiBUii meet at 0:;u), C.-M. Prayer mooting Wednesday evening. All arc Invited to attend those services. 'J. L. CUKNOWET.II, Class-Leader. J. JEFFBHY, Pastor. . CIVIC SOCIETIES. I O. G. T. Gladstone l-odge, No. 401. Sleets I, every Tuesday ovyniiiff at I. O.G T.Hall. Visiting members eoivitally invited. -E.-G. Falrlu-otlier, (J. T. eslwy_ Dlllcy. See. K NIGHTS OJi* Pi'THIAS. Vesper Lodge No. 85. Meets every Wednesday evening- at K. P. Hall. Visiting Knights cordially Invited to attend. 'BHUT EMERSON KopR&S. J WAITE, C. C. I O. O. V. Hawarden Lodge,'No. l!Ki. Meets • every Friday evening at Good Templar . hall. All visiting Knights of the Priestly Ordor are cordially welcomed. W. .O HANSEN.N. G. K.MU.LEH. Sec'y A F <t A. M. Dale Lodjjo No. 450. Stated f\n meetings, Friday eve. on or before fall moon. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. O. D. -PiuTCHARD. W. M. .T. E. NASH, Sec •til W. A. Hawarden Camp, No.1307. Meets IVI «»econd and fourth Monday ottbe month Visiting neighbors are Invited to attend. GLEN MILUKR, ulerk. H, G. COHIIETT. V. C. BUSINESS CARDS. W. C. HOWE, Physician and Surgeon. W. A. QUICLEY, M. D. physician and Surgeon, HAWARDEN, 'IOWA. All calls answered promptly day or night. Ofllee pvor Scott & May's meat market. J. H. BRQWER, M. D. B Special attention gtvoa to discuses of tho reettuii and nil chronic (Uaoase.s. Night calls not niiHWorod except in obstetric oases. Office iii Live, Drug Store- O. W. PHELPS, M. D., PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON, HAWARDEN, IOWA. Residence on "Gladstone Hill." Ofllec over Unrlan's drug store. HAWARDEN INDEPENDENT, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ~~. I?r]o; ~STONIE~ ~ $1.50, ~INAJOVAINUE. The chairs that are rolled about the world's fair grounds by theological students are called gospel chairs. But unlike the gospel they have a price, $6 a day. The druggists of Sioux Falls have decided that they will not obey the mandates of South Dakota's prohibitory law and from this on will dispense drugstore whiskey without a permit or keeping any record of their sales, as required by law. They claim that the saloons sell the stuff opeuly without molestation and feel that they are just as good as the saloonkeepers. i( A new Chicago hotel which claims the rare distinction of being South Dakota's headquarters, in its programs shows as one of its leading attractions, a drugstore.. The manager of that concern is no chump, he knows what will draw trade and he has care-y fully studied the situation. To make a hotel homelike a man must be surrounded with familiar fixtures, and"to South Dakotians, what is home without a drugstore? Two Opinions. The Odd Fellows celebration at Hawarden, which was postponed ffour;A;pTir2Gth;on.account_qf bad weather, to" May 23rd, has been indefinitely postponed, with the purpose of holding it on July 4th if possible. The Hawarden Odd Follows. deserve sympathy for their misfortune in having the grand celebration they had planned for spoiled by the weather, but they had better let go of the game now, and not drag it along before a weary public, or confound it with the usual blow-out of Independence day.—Conterville Journal. -. - If Hawarden postpones its Odd Fellow celebration to the Fourth of July it will possibly get a couple dozen of that society from a distance to attend, but we doubt it. The great fire-cracker anniversary will be whooped up by Odd Fellows in their own home towns. The anniversary should'' be postponed until next year and Hawarden will bo given another chance at that time.—AJtou Democrat. M. J. II. HUTCHINSON. O G. IIUTCIIINSON & IlEINIGER, Counsellors - At - Law, HAWARDEN, IOWA. Will practice In tho courts of Iowa and outh Dakota. AH business promptly and personally attended to. WM. HUTCHINSON, County Attorney, ORANGE CITY, - IOWA. Will practice In all tho Stute and Federal courts. Collections maclo and promptly remitted L. 13. HXXBSOIISr, ORANGE CITY, Will practice In all.the State and Federal courts. Collections promptly remitted. Titles examined and abstracts furnished. W. W. HALL, President. !. WATKINS, Cnsliler. General-Banliinn and Collecting Business Money loaned on approved soourily at current mtoe. Puruhiixci and null bills of exchange on principal cities in tUo United 8toatos, Great lli-ltaln luul Continental Europe. DEPOSIT* RECEIVED FROM MERCHANTS, MERCHANTS AND INDIVIDUALS. 6 Percent Interest Paid on Time Deposit! The second quarterly meeting of the Democratic Reform Club of the llth Congressional district will be held at the court house in 3ioux City, Tuesday evening May 30, commencing at 8 o'clock. Every member who can possibly should be present and bring his neighbors with him. Addresses will be given, as follows: T. D. Higgs, of Storm Lake, "What policy should the government adopt with v reference to the Hawaiian Islands?" J. H, Quick, of Sioux City, "What shall be done with the tariff?" Wm. D. Boies, of Sheldon, "Should subsidies be abolished?" A large and enthusiastic meeting is anticipated and all are invited to attend. Nobody belioyes that the perpetrators of the diabolical dynamite outrage at Muscatine were Kepublicaus. Does anybody doubt that the dynamiters were Democrats? The above was written by E. T. Piper the damphool and hypocrite who runs the Sheldon Mail. There is no more evidence that the parties who blew up the houses at Muscatine, were Democrats than there is that they were crank prohibitionists like Piper, who would be capable of committing such a crime to gain sympathy fo? their cause. The crime was a dastardly one and the Democrats of Iowa aro as anxious as anyone to see the parties caught and punished. When such jackasses as the one that runs the Mail put the crime onto the Democratic parhy and Governor Boies, ifc,is carrying things too far. Such statements are what keep up tho bitter fooling that has existed in Iowa for the past few years,—Le Mara Globe. A Bart Accident. Lepgett met with a very serious accident Tuesday morning i-u. which two of his ribs on ihe right side were fractured and lis .right leg badly lacerated. He was plowing with a three-horse earn and one of tho horses got its feet tangled up iu the evener. Mr. Leggetfc stepped in behind ihe team to loosen it when the liorse fell onto him throwing him across the plow beam, with his leg across, the sharp edge of the shire. He was renderud unconscious by the fall and probably remained .so for an hour or more. When he ^regained consciousness the horse was still lying upon him,andin.hia weakened condition it was with difficulty that he extricated himself from his perilous position. He managed to hitch two of the horses to the wagon, leaving the other still lying in the field, and when he reached home he had to be assisted into the house. Dr. 13rower was called and did all that was possible to relieve the pain. Ifc was difficult to determine what internal injuries had resulted but we hope that they will not prove serious. THE GREAT MEHLIN STUPENDOUS tiROWTH FROM SMALL .BEGINNING. A elite's Heirrioss Shop You can find all kinds o£ A Scries ofLccturcs. Rev. F. O. Taylor will give a course of three popular scientific lectures in. Hawardeu as follows: Saturday evening, May 27, at tho Congregational church, "Popular Fallacies," J. A. Ashley presiding; Sunday evening ho will speak at .a Union meeting of the north and south side churches which will bo held in the First M. E. church o£ Hawardon, Rev. Thrasher presid- ing,subjecfc, "That Boy of Yours;" Monday evening he will lecture on, "A Glass of Beer Analyzed," Rev. Gill presiding. The first lecture will be free, at the second a collection will be taken, at tho third an admission be charged. o -IVcHualn- Promhieiit in Muxlu Trade Intltis- try for All Time to Come. The Music Trade Free Press recently contained a review of the growth and progress of tho justly •elebrated Mehlin piano, which! Mr. G. W. Froolich is introducing 3 lovers of music in Hn- warden. The article in question states: In looking over last week's Free Press I see that the namo of Meh- liu has become another factor in connection with the Century Piano company. This makes me reflect on. old times and brings mo back over a decade ago, when Paul G. Mehlin first became a member of the firm of Behr Bros. & Co. I remember well going through the old Behr factory,which was burnt, with Mr. Mehlin, who was its superintendent. Ifc was a pleasure to converse with him in his office upon new ideas in the manufacture of pianos, and to hoar him explain in detail tho progress his skill had made in the various parts he was then improving. I'atent after patent carno out quickly, and Mr. MehLw was happy, as each one was Introduced. Time passed on, and when, over half a dozen years afterwards, I visited him in his own factory at Tenth avenue and- Fortieth street and went through the building with him, tho good opinion I had previously of him, both as a man and a mechanic, were much eu- hauced. I then mot him on his own stamping ground working for dear life, with all of his besfc .energies brought forward with the greatest effort. Notwithstanding all his modesty, I gradually drew fromJiim facts in cpnnoction with piano making that placed him in my estimation, as being one of the first mechanics in fcho world in connection with the business. The magnificent instruments which he manufactured with his new ideas embraced therein created a sensation everywhere they were introduced, and ifc was not long until everyone who heard tell of the Mehlin piano wanted to buy one. Finally the Minneapolis people came along looking for a sterling instrument to take hold of, and after testing several throughout tho city and country, they arrived at the Mehlin factory. As soon as the experts tested the Mehlin piano thoy cried •'Eureka!" (they had found it), and decided to go no further. As soon as an agreement was reached the Century piano company was established, the history of which and the Hehlin piano since is too well known to refer to here. The present high state of perfection which this piano has now obtained is due sololy to Mr. Paul G. Mehlin's long and continued study of the various constructions of pianos in general. Ho devoted his whole time to improving his instruments, and improvement after-improvement has been made until now he has them pre-eminent instruments. No matter how often I visited tho factory before he loft for tho west I found Mr. Mehlin with his npron on and at his work as diligently as if ho were working for a daily stipend. His labors have finally brought their reward, and tho name of Mehlin will remain prominent in the music trade industry for generations to come. KEEPS ON HAND A FULL LINE OF—• Collars Whips Hatters Bridles Lashes Brashes Curry Combs Lap Robes Nets Harness oils .Saddles Elc.JZ.lc. Repairing Promptly done. Honest goods and fair treatment our motto. Nothing but pure Oak Harness-Leather used andpctfoiioetl hwrtf&JS makers to make it up. MACOMBER &, SMITH DKALUK.S IN- WALLPAPER. The finest line ever dLsij'laijcd ifi.ilt.e Latest Designs just received, Piccture Mouldings, Window Shades BRUSHES, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, Ml work gaaraiiteed lo gLue satis/ aeblon,. L. M. LAKE, HUH his Htoru puutccd with IIGW, f rush, suuHnmihlt! In great vuriuly, llo Believes in Small Profits And Q,uick Sales. He' iilm> 'wanf.H'ynur IlUTTKIC AND ICO OS ami Will tfjvc yi'ii Till the marhotT — It is now announced that tho World's Fair will bo opouod next Sunday. W. S. Jnghuin is attempting to win fame and shekels by starting a daily paper at Canton. Tho first issue appeared Monday p. m. JUST GIVE HIM. A TRIAL WE ANNOyNCE The arrival of our New Fall Line of Clothing and Gent's Furnishing P. E. MAYNABD, - Hawarden. _ IEE_ DEALEllS IN I I FANCY GROCERIES, FRUITS, Canned Goods, Confectionery, Cigars, Tobaccos, NICE FRESH OYSTERS SERVED IN ALL STYLES First Class Bakery, and All Kinds of Bake Goods Alway on Hand,

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