Humeston Advocate, January 8, 1904

Humeston Advocate

January 08, 1904

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Humeston Advocate (Newspaper) - January 8, 1904, Humeston, Iowa HUMESTON ADVOCATE VOL. 6. HUMESTON, IOWA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 19O4. NO. 17. LIST OP PRIZE WINNERS pNames of Those Who Won Pfizes I at the Humeston Poultry Notes. CUTTING PRICES TO MAKE ROOM Winners of prizes at the exhibition of the Wayne County Poultry and Pet Stock Association held in Hum eston December 21- 24, are as follows LIGHT BRAHMAS. Dr. N. E. M'ghell, Marshalltown, and 2nd, cockerels; 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th, pullets; 1st, pen. Kinney Miller, Lancaster, cock; 3rd, cockerel; 2nd, pen. UUFF COCHINS. J. Goldsmith, Osceola, 2nd and 4th, cockerel; 1st, pullet; 2; pen. II. A. K'ortjhrup, Ilumeston, 2nd, cockerel; 1st, hen; 3rd, cockerel, 2nd, 3rd acid 4th, pullets; 1st pen. PARTRIDGE COCHINS. Geo. King, tiuineston, cockerel; 2nd and 3rd, pullet. PARTRIDGE WYANDOTTES. Dr. 1ST E. Mighell, Marshalltown, and 2nd, cock; 1st, 2nd and 3rd, hen; 1st pullet; 1st pen. WHITE PEKIN DUCKS. Henry Middlebrook, Humestou, drake; 1st and 2nd ducks. BRONZE TURKEYS. Henry Middlebrook, Humeston, cock; 1st and 4th, hens; 1st and 2nd cockerels; 1st and 2nd puliets. J. J. Hasbrouck, Humeston, 2nd and 3rd hens: W. II. Inabnet, Humeston, 3rd pullet. C. E. Bigham, Ilumeston, Iowa 4tb, pullet. PIGEONS. H. A. JSrorthrup, Ilumeston, All firsts. I J. J, Ilasbrouck, Ilumeston, I 2nd and 3rd, white fantails; 2tid and I 3rd black fautails. I BUFF PLYMOUTH KOCKS. B A. Entsminger, Osceola, 2nd hens; 3rd cockerel; 2nd pen. L. II. Goodell, Corydon, 2nd and 4tb. 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th, pullets: 1st pen. W. M. Brower, Weldon, 3rd, pen. WHITE PLYMOUTH KOCKS. S. L. Robinson, Humeston-, 1st and 2nd cockerel; Ist5 2nd, 3rd and 4th. pullets. SILVER LACED WYANDOTTES. Mat Domer, Corydon, cock; 4th, hen; 1st, pullet; 3rd pen. W. J. S. Taylor, 2nd and 3rd, hens; 2nd pullet. Henry Middlebrook, Ilumeston. 2nd and 4th, cockerels: 3rd and 4th pullets; 1st pen. J. W. McCoy, Humeston, 3rd, cockerel; 3rd pen. WHITE WYANDOTTES. Thomas Osborn, Fairfield, 1st, cock; 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4tb, hens; 1st, cockerel; 1st, pen. W. J. S. Taylor, Humeston, 1st, pullet. Cotton Bed Blankets, prices 65 and Wai i en Blankets, 114, price Sal'da Blankets, pi ice onlv 1-35, B nnette Blankets, 11 4, price 50 now Strictly All-Wool Blankets pounds, now__ 11-4, Stiictly All-Wool Blankets, 104, piice 75, now................ Ladies' Heavy Dress Goods Suitings, 56 58 inches width, were 00, now, per yard............................. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS Inteiesting Bits Picked Up By Ad- vacate Reporters in Around the Town. NEBRASKA WEDDING. 85o Grades now...........6Cc oOc now.........4oo 50c Silk Vestifgs now..... 40c 65c Silk Testings All Henriettas'and Wool Mixed Goods at arid below cost All Millinery Goods at cost. and Boy's Duck Coats. SI 00 Coats SI 25 Coats now.....................____SI.00 1.50 Coats now........................1.15 2 00 Coats now...................... 1.50 3 50 Coats now..........................-----2 50 Pelt Lined S5.00 Coats now..............4 00 50 Overcoats and Mackintoshes Opera Shawls at V riew line Hats at 20 per cent Discount. All Caps, Gloves Mittens iO per Discount. BLACK LANGSHANS. Dare Tburston, Osceola, 1st, cock; 2nd and 3rd, hen: 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th, cockerels: 1st, 2nd and 3rd pullets; 1st. pen. John Mckibben, Humeston, Iowa 2nd, cock; 1st and 4th, hens; 2nd pen. McKinley Snyder, Humeston, cock; 3rd, pen. A. Entsmmger, Osceola, pullet. WHITE LAKQSHANS. Mrs. Geo. McKinley, Ilumeston, cockerel; 1st, hen. JBARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS. L. II. Goodell, Corydon, cock. Geo. King, Ilumeston, cock; 4th, ben. I C. E. Bighatn, Cambria, Iowa; Bronze Turkeys. E. W. Blakey, Russell, Iowa; Barred Plymouth Rocks. Dare Tburston, Osceola, Iowa; Black Langsbans. Matt Domer, Corydon, Iowa; Silver Laced VVyandottes. A. Entsminger, Osceola, Iowa; IM} mouth Rocks. J. Goldsmith, Osceola. Iowa; Cochins. L. II. Goodell, Corydon, Iowa: Buff and Birred Plymoutn Rucks. J. J. Hasbrouck. Ilumeston, Iowa; Bronze Turkeys, Barred Plymouth Rocks and White and Black JP'antails. II. laabnet, Ilurneston, Iowa; Barrud Pivmoulh Eocks -and Bronze Buff Buff Our Swede Friend Writes, Hans Hanson, the Swede show man, writes as follows: Maister Patmao, ADVOCATE Faller: Dear hav yust ban oop from Man Sota and Kort Da Kotn on my funny Swede show. Ay make em iaugh in Santapaul to Beesmark tiy ay skal hav to go back some more. Ay vil come to dis bar Humestoti town on Saturday, Yanuary 10, on big Miss Maud Bernard Married to Frank Casteel Dep. 24-. Miss Maud Bernard, recently returned to after spending several weeks with her parents in [lumestcm, married on the day before Christ mas to Frank Castccl at Wayne, [Nebraska. Miss Maud is well known in Humeston and any- t'ung the ADVOCATK say would nut add to the esteem in which ?he is held. A Randolph, "Neb., paper speaks of the marriage RS follows: At Wayne, Dec. 24, p. rn., by llev ot the M. E. church, Frank Casteel Maud Bernaid were married. The trroom had gone to Wajns at noon and met his future wife there in the evening, she ariiving from the oast uu the 7 o'clock train. They re- mained at Wayne that evening and c-anue to Randolph on the noon train. They will reside at the home of the groom's parents until his house is vacated by Mr. Ruslow and lamily, when they wrll take up their abode there, '1 he bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Bernard of Ilumeston, but has been a resident of Randolph for a year or more with the exception of the last three months. She has many friends and acquaintances here who will wish her the most of happi- ness in her new relations. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cas- teel and a young man respected and esteemed by all who know him. At present he is engaged in the dray ing business, together with his partner, Joseph Brown, and enjoys a good business. Frank is worthy of a good helpmeet and that he has one in the ludy of his-choice, goes without say- Geo. Stoui. Rose Hill, Turkeys. and 2nd, hen; 1st and 3rd, cockerels; 1st and 3rd pullets; 1st, pen. Bert Lewis, Chariton, hen; 2nd, pullet; 2nd, cockerel. C. E McCullough, Ilumeston, Iowa. 4th, cockerel; 3rd, pen. C. M. Snyder, Corydon, pullet; 2nd, pen. E. W. Blakey, Corydon, Iowa 4tb, pen. LIST OF EXHIBITORS, J. W. Bott, Murray, Iowa; Silver Laced Wyandottes. W. M. Brower, Weldon, Iowa; Buff Plymouth Rocks. I For I9O4... 3 Our aim shall be as it has in the so treat our patrons and friends that they may be made to realize that are giving them the best seivice of which we are capable and that we are constantly endeavoring to add to our efficiency. Freshness, Purity of Drugs and Skill in Handling Them are the prime essentials in the correct filling of prescriptions, and we pride ourselves in being thor- oughly equipped to meet the requirements of all. Cigars. Perfumes. Toilet Articles, amd. ALWAYS, the Best of Everything in Line. Foltx Brothers. The Corner Drug Store. W. K. WORTHEN, Jeweler. Humieston, Iowa. f ft ft ft ft ft W II. Joy, Derby, Iowa: Barred Plj mouth Rocks. Henry Joy, Humeston, Iowa; Light j Brab mas. Gso. King, Humeston, Iowa; Barred Plymouth Rocks, Partridge Cochins and Buff Cochin Bantams. Beit Lewis, Chariton, Iowa: Barred Plymouth Rocks. W. V. Leech, Ilumeston, Iowa; Barred Plymouth Rocks. McKinley Snyder, Humeston, Iowa; Black Langshaus. Dr. N. E. Mighell, Marshalltown, Iowa; Light Brahmas and Partridge Wyandottes. Nelson Mendenba'.l, Allerton, Iowa; Barred Plymouth Rocks. C. E. McCullouch, Humeston, Iowa; Barred Plymouth Rocks. Mrs. Geo. McKinley, Ilumeston, Iowa; White Langshans. Kinney Miller, Lancaster, Missouri; Light Brahmas. J. W. McCoy, Humestoo, Iowa; Sil- ver Laced Wyandottes. John McKibben, Humeston, Iowa; Black Langshans. Elmer Moorey, Ilumeston, Iowa; Black Langshans. Henry Middlebrook, Ilumeston, Iowa; Silver Laced Wyandottes, Bronze Turkeys and Pekin Ducks. H. A. Northrup, Humeston, Iowa: Buff Cochins, Black and Tumbler, Pouter and Fantail Pigeons. Thomas Oaborn, FairUold. Iowa; White Wyandottes. II. C. Reich, Moravia, Iowa; Barred Plymouth Rocks. S. L. Robinson; Ilumeston, Iowa; White Plymouth Rocks. C. M. Snyder, Corydon, Iowa; Barred Plymouth Rocks and Light Brahoias. Geo. Stout, Rose Hill, Iowa; Barred Plymouth Rocks. Fred Taylor, Ilumeston, Iowa: Barred Plymouth Rocks. Russell Tomlinson, Humeston, Iowa. W. J. S, Taylor, Ilumeston, Iowa; Silver Laced and White Wyandottes. W. II. Wilson. Woodland, Towa; Barred Plymouth Rocks. Swede show an Swede band. Tal all Swede an Norsk and Dane fallers. Tall all dem fallers from Garden Grove, Leroy, Cambria and to6. Plenty fun an gude time on Yan- uary 16. Yours Truly, HANS HANSON. P. S Maister Patman: Ay belong to Liull'alows, Rabbits and Kangaroos. I1. S. Oh, Maister Patman, ay fur- pet may broder Yohn hay died da odder day. Ha ban got has brans kicked out by yackass at log j-am, Yackson, Yackson County, Mansota. H. II. Accidental Death. Cliailey Massey, aged 10years, was accidentally shot and killed by his brother George, 1G years age, at their home near Big Spring, Wednes- day morning. The boys were hunting rabbits and in some manner the gun was accidentally discharged in the hands of the older boy, the contents passing entirely through the body of his brother. Mrs Frank Mondt and father, William Hutchins, aunt and grandfather of the boys, attended the funeral yesterday afternoon. ing. Wo join with their many friends in wishing them happiness and pros- perity. _______________ Saw Chicag-o Theater Fire. Prof. W. A. Leonard, who spent the holiday season with friends in Chicago, returned Sunday and resum- ed his school woik the following morning. Pi of. Leonard was at the scene of the Iroq.uois theater fire within uti hour after the terrible tragedy and st.ites that the sights and sounds were heartrending, pitilul and thickening 10 the extreme. A triend of the gentleman who was entertaining the professor was one of the victims of the tire and Mr. Leon- ard, with Ms host, roade the rounds oC the morgue in search of the corpse. The memory of those scenes will remain with the professor for years to come and it is an experience that not many care to undergo. Show the Advocate tojnur friends. Lumber and I Building Material I haye as good lumber and building material as can be found in any lumber yard in Southern Iowa. If you intend to build a house or barn, it will be to your interest to gee our figures before you buy. We can save you money. We also carry a com- plete line of Coal, Lime, Paints and Oils. In fact you can find anything kept in a first-class lumber yard. Cc-ne and see us when you want anything in our Una. Yours truly, F. MGWlLLIflrMS ft ft .NFW SPA PERI .NFW SPA PERI ;