Plover Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1891, Plover, Iowa W. E. 1 H. S. X every Sunday morning nt 11 Sabbath School al tor every Sunday Sabbath School ni t or TIME K. I. 1!. 1:38 1:40 carrying 7:2 A.M. HERB A WINDMILL E. Market Price always paid for Cattle and so piense recollect that I ET 15 a OUTFIT for Bolting up unci can do it Satisfactorily ami and Heavy Buildings a Bonds for Public and of the K. - - - A. Boots and Hats and Window Harness Wall and examine our Goods and got our Kinds of Produce taken in Exchange for l is no trouble to show always have Bargains in our stock to show you for past hope to merit a liberal share of your future valued occupy this Keep your eye open for their A. IN ALL KINDS ri Flax Oil Square Special to tlie Star t - ' E. spent Saturday in Manning spent Friday at expected home from E. Meredith a few hours Saturday in 1J". Smith will move into house on Mrs. Frost's forgot to mention last week the arrival of son at Merrick S. Smith spent Saturday at Mallard on business relative to their cheese of is visiting her Mr. nod Mrs. J.B. at the popular cheese camo up and shook hands with tlie hoys Trites and 0. A. Charlton attended the Masonic Lodge at Kolfe last Wednesday Smith is now at Wis. We have been informed he intends going to New A. Blake and E Wood attended the Masquerade Ball at Rolfe last Friday and sale was well attended Inst and price's were It. Trites went to Rolfe with draft last lie has a lot of paying customers and Lande were in town last week looking after information in regard to incorporating the Cheese are the markets for this Corn 35, oats 38, flax 97 to 99, potatoes 75, butter 15, eggs 15, hides 3. F. left Friday for her home in after a lengthy visit with her Mrs. M. B of the Rev. Rainier at Mr. 1-Iill is a traveling salesman for G. II of Hough was in town purchasing lumber for the erection of a cigar factory at We wish him sue cess in his new township can boast of having the soldier that served the longest in the U. S. Mr. Thomas having served over fourteen Grooves of Ayrshire was in town last week looking after lots with the intention of building Miss Ida intends running a dressmaking and millinery shop in the Jones who was reported to have been moved a couple loads of farm machinery up from Humboldt county last week on A. L. Whitney's The party that was shot was a stepson of Mr. Morena left ou the for James since his has taken himself a The people here are glad he is coining here to and bring his young bride with B. Jolliffe sold to Ed Gibbons nineteen head of hogs last week that brought the large sum of Mr Jolliffe is one of our farmers and does his farming on Sec. two instead of town as some others scribe had the pleasure of attending a revival prayer meeting held at the residence of S. E. and better half held last There were upwards of sixty persons This is but if God spares our life we insure the Christian believing people it will not be our Mr. J. S. Turner of Iowa was visiting with Ed. R. his nephew last Mr. Turner had been at Mallard settling up the business of his deceased E. D. Turner who departed this life Jan. 36,1891, of quick Mr. Turner will long be remembered the Plover boys as the high protective tariff moro by Re vert readers will be surprised to know that in Canada it is a crime to dehorn Mr. father writes that a young man residing near liim has been arrested for cruelty to This young man dehorned five head his trial comes off at in a short and Mr. has been galled on fpr a Mr. in Iowa two years ago saw many dehorned and no Nye and Swan are at work on John Nye's few words about our advertisers will appear next and Mrs. of attended meeting Monday Plover Farmers Alliance will meet at the school Feb. 28. of Dakota is visiting her Mrs. of this of Plover will meet at the Plover March 5. Important Smith is having a fine residence built on his farm one mile south of Joe Eagan is the architect and Rainier occupied the pulpit in the H. Sunday in the absence of Rev. who was detained at home on account of a sick The church can hardly accommodate the large congregations that gather when the weather Every meeting results in a number of June 1890 there resided in Powhattan township forty-eight persons who had attained their majority that did not use tobacco in any Please look over the list and see if your name John 11. J. Thomas 0. D. O. 8. M. F Henry W. N. M. P. 11. J. Edward A. S. N. John Barnes Sr. A. J. Amos M. Frank P. J. A. Henry Lars Henry L. F. E. A. Fred IV J. L. 12. to Charlton's for oil a good cigar go to to Mueller for rook carry a full A. of goods at Eggspuehler M. Call and see you want goods call on H. he sells you to buy goods come to No tax to keep and Mueller carry the nicest line of boots and shoes to be found in the pocket book between Plover and H. P. Cobbs finder will please return to W. you have a that or that other can not shoe bring them to Bert that R. Trites repre aents the Importers and Breeders Livestock of Sioux oun write you up on short Wo insure against loss of life in any beat place to buy your is at They are almost giving away dishes of all in fact it is tlie best place to trade in the coun ty can get anything you want at rock-bottom parties knowing themselves to be indebted to settle 15th as on and after that date cost will made unless settlement is A. CONSTANTLY ON nAND Kinds of FENCE MEET made and filled Buildings contracted H. Goods and Hats and Boots and Carpets and Oil Hardware and Barbed for P. R. in I Carpenter and modo Buildings dono work Some f 81)0*00 work kt Uven nn era aro f S to Vip Coach O i the Big 4 1890:1 first four of winning more first premiums than all other Stock always on for Cattle will be here by March 10,1891. of for horses will be made by 1891. Years for the improvement of Ed. R.