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Plover Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1893, Plover, Iowa Giva Zack a at yoar draying and p. AND SOFT Barber Shaving and everything m le dono ' 8ATI8FACTOBILT, a 4. ate of the business In C. Work Is Good and my Chargea Give me a Work a wanting work by Careful call early Budget dales for delays are Broken plates can bo repaired mado as good an new Anyone has lost a from a plate can have it So for examining natural over Exchange pay t J Wo our men seed potatoes to sell in addition to line of nursery thus enabling lo make their services worth nearly as as with any house in ilio conn ALL THE stating L. MAY Florists and house is 30- YOU the Lodges tlu all kinds it their Fresh Pies con on of Blacksmith be found at the old stand on Broad street always ready to do you a good job in any kind of or anything m his He does his work by Steam Power and Guarantees Oil wholesale and Exchanged with farmers for Wheat or Other Satisfaction J. always ou everything usually kept la a PAID tor HIDES Will And a full of the and Halted Highest Market Price paid foi Hideo and 80 2. 0. POCAHONTAS IO JANUARY 20, 1S93. 36. Vice plover Banking Business ESTATE S. Notary AND Weed Repairing o or are 1" Full Line of as Lew as the Lowest M 3srow a Full Line of and Window Shades of all Picture All Orders are to Property for Safe and insurance Written i vi and Dealers Harness and Saddlery We keep Everything in the line of Ha: meys Promptly Do also soil line Axle and Harness and let us yon We shall be pleased show cog E. The Best of Salt Smoked always on PRICE PAID FOR HIDES AND Headache T. E. Meredith spent last Friday in Blake is spending week with relatives at Armstrong transacted business in Monday Henderson's baby was quite ill last but is considerable better A. Charlton and 0. Beam returned from Chicago last Thursday of was here last week in the interest of a safe of the Reveille was transacting business in town one day last T. D. Northrop and Lizzie visited relatives in Uolfe this E. will begin building a new building for his meat market as soon as the weather will J. little baby like many other small has been quite indisposed with a cold of think the prospects aro good for considerable building to be done in the We hope to see a parties united with the M. K. church here last Sabbath one by letter ami the others 011 understand the Good Templars will give a after the close of the revival services being held in this Wells came up from Rolfe last week and is visiting her Mrs. and renewing old Good Templars lodge will meet this week on Saturday so as not to conflict with the meetings being held McKinnon will begin liis residence in a few so wo are inform ed. We are glad to hear it as we like soe Plover left for Aurora coun S. last where he is on a deal for a section of lie is horses for Fisher has commenced to put up his He will open up a restaurant and feed the hungry when we Gilchrist was in town last week visiting our lie has promised to give us his views in regard to the township high school in a short E. T. E. Meredith and with their church at last Sunday evening and had the pleasure of listening to Sister Willing Workers will meet with Mrs. N. 2nd, at 2 o'clock m. All are requested to be out as there will be election of Township trustees attention was to the condition of at the meeting No action was in this Mr. is on of the oldest settlers in Rainier preached in the M. E. church last Monday evening in the absence of Rev. This is only one of the manifestations of the good feeling existing between the two churches N. Gillis accompanied by his Miss Nellie departed Monday for their former home in the Des Doe's sale was well attended and every thing sold Bourrett of Mt. Vernon South Dakota spent last week visiting his brother and Vipond and and John Harsha of were over to see old friends 011 the river whom thoy had not seen for 14 I. C. we understand is going to operate the Ritter farm tins who has been visiting relatives in Sac has returned home and likes Pocahontas better than Walston and makes a business trip to Livermore tins A. Malander offers to rent his farm in section for cash was a party at Frank this A WINDMILL so please that I com OUTFIT for setting up and can do it Sat and and Buildings a for all lilt All 1:10, K. - - - S. Public and Justice of the E. that we have not too much | snow like our brethren farther our wants is a larger school I a creamery and a M. E. | The Lutherans and Catholics have commodious Martin is selling souvenir I coins for and the Mallard is running so wo look | Fire and Lightning a cut we have fellen in line with the I State Temperance good order and industry Green of Plover bought the i property of Kennedy ] of our neighbors Mrs. Frost was I buried at Saturday and the mourners and friends are most earnest in their good words for the kind hearts and ready hands of the good people of | Highest Market Price always paid for Cattle and THE POCAHONTAS well Hoard Directors for are as On OUn Swan Malison Pome IN Oriental Country Will Ho Duly In Persia truthfulness is at a as the English resident soon For some time after his arrival lie is the victim his of the of the natives in As Dr. Willis lie buys experience more or loss lint ing bought he is able to correct his one by takes root ill the He it with the solitary makes friends real not mero strange to these friends are often from the most fanatical among the And Ori ental friends always confess that what originally attracted them to their new ally is the strange fact that an doesn't the great of lies and a man who does not lie isi indeed a Very soon thu Englishman is invited to to marriage even to for he is a lion and the even in by little tho influence of mail who tells the begins to disputes are referred to for is he not tho only judge in the place who does not hunger for u An unpaid he the in many a knotty There are no fees in his and the reference by mutual consent and purely there can bo no Kor Small The whip sea bat or devil as It is variously is fairly plentiful In Galveston so the appearance of four of these sea monsters at one time the other did not excite any special But they were seen by ull under and they determined to get one and sell it. So one of the boys borrowed a Winchester rifle while the other two got a and a and out they went after their The boys rowed around and soon one of the Swan K. J. J. W. J. P. J. W. N. W. V. O M of whom Is authorized M. J. J. Address all to 1.Izard A. and for and work dono WITH THE THIS COUNT 11 v. U. VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A 8TUDY Of THIS Kir I pulled up within forty or fifty feet where they expect to remain about I One of the boys fired a into the two The wishes I which immediately ii happens Boots IS and et 0:-<l's aad ssa a ziel a pleasant understand Superintendent remarked to the teacher in primary department while room a box over 70 seated or stored away two of iPl Cheese Co. has rented the Cheese fa who will it. coming lie will open the fac soon as possible and Will buy have He cheese to iker for Io a practical g farms for r of J. A. fully twenty feet out and like a flying Two more shots were after beating tho water it Then a harpoon was thrown into the and it towed to the where it was slung and hoisted out with u lisli measured fourteen feet from wing tip to Gulden I was once in danger from a said an old African tried sitting down and staring at as 1 had no did it asked his the lion didn't even offer to touch do you account for sometimes I've it was because I sat down on a branch of a very tall Rock IsM k Pacific Direct to and hi Council In Minneapolis mid St. In and Sioux in DAKOTA St. hi in Dodge in Kl Ueno und hi INDIAN Colorado and in Traverses new areas or rich and grazing the liest facilities of Intercommunication to all towns and cities and northwest and southwest of Chicago and to VESTIBULE EXPRESS nil competitors In splendor of between CHICAGO mid DKS und alid ami COLORADO and via KANSAS CITY anil mal via ST. 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