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   Milford Mail, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1889, Milford, Iowa                                TiO Blue lroiM wlKiiC1UKy our liitril Is ixlmi nnoilior pliue to buy wnii Fur Mio nnlJ ii They enn suit you il KIIU plnco or tollier OCEAN CURRENTS EVER BUBAND SO OiV STILL CUV mfi CEASULKS3 CHANGES OU 7oL 7 Milford Dickinson County Iowa Thursday Oct 31889 Number 40 BUSINESS BOQMLETS S I lThe Finest levev displayed m Milfordat the er Uarpware store sstf OTS SHOES at COSTAt i Bros Spirit Lake 82u Itockery and handengraved Glass ro i K TiVpftm 1 o n n 5 at Freemanfs SUf jtot Machine ets per gallon freemans 30tf yew Ceiling decoration and every iing ia Wall Paper line at Greens To suit the eyes of Ijllat G A OFarrells 3Stf Red Cedar Carpet felt a superior irticle in laying carpets for sale by JJtf x Buos Leave a quarter at this office and get lie State Register till atter election 27tf Go to Freemans and your Dry Goods at highest Market irice paid for Butter and Eggs IGtf FARM FOR 80 acres im proved land good buildings wells within one mile of Milford Address Miss S Milford lo Remember that G A OFarrell the celebrated Trahern Iron 11umys for sale 3Stf I FOR close out theestato Bros the undersigned will sell their house and lot in the north iart of town also their team of horses or separately to suit purchaser 9if Louis MADSON I AVlo JTaKeit tlie CaKff Moores Tree of life Remedies or by 33 DK 3 E GKEEN In order to close out my stock I will U dry goods at cost tt EDOAK FUEEMAX i Thousands return thnnks that they Have used Moores Treo of Life For sale by Du J E pRKKN Best assortment o5f wal iper ever iu Gilford just Kupacked tho Dnig Store Go and see it 13tf A nice line of Hats and Gents Fnrnisliins Goods cheap at Freeman s IGtf The best 50 cent Jap Tea only 40 ents at Freeman s llitf V GOOD WORK HOUSE to ox for a lumber wagon or tw Tows Inquire of LA JWT Milford Iowa two ST ISlf Younf you want good Boots or go to CAWTonsrEXSOX s Xorvrtgiau Mixed Paints selling at n discount at Greens Slf BUSIJ1ESS BOOMLETS BaptiHt Soctnl The Indies of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs G B Miller Thursday evening Oct 10 Supper from 8 to 10 oclock Everybody come a good time is expected Farmers can get their teams stabled and a square mnal for twentyfive cents at the Chase House 38tf IRA F HALL Monitor Wlml Manufactured by the Baker manu facturing Co Evansville Wis For sale by 37tf L G MJSISKEK Agent Milford Iowa 2yearold cnlts comings good buggy and single har Alns Sj PriiTix ness FOR number of young work horses on eajy terms F W KXIGHT Milford ii is iVcalch So is Moores Tree of Life to the sick and aillicted For sale by DK J E C1LOSSNG OUX AT COST Our entire stock of Boots and Shoes Block 32tf GKEEN Buos Spirit Lake Blank Receipts Notes Mortgages Liens Teachers Contracts etc for sale at the Post Office A Cold stormy Uny When Moorns Tree of Life wont bring you happiness For sale by Du T E G OUR HOME NEWS m INTEBESTS Ladies Gouts and Childrens Shoes of the best quality cheap at man s Smoked Meat and Freemans IGtf Href at 16lf Wa found Vfortune in sillS T jif T i OC SHlO IJ r n T T iC CJ and Silver Watcnesat Greens Silverino Watches at Greens iUtf to loan on real estate security in Dickinson interest HOHEY SJnet with the option of making partial time HUGHES Iowa A fine line of Boots and shoesat Freemans 19tf Come to Milford to trade Remember the Camp meets Satur day night Mrs Emil Hanson favored this office with a cull Monday The Milford nine will play the Esthcrvilles at that place this after noon We want to see another colt show or two in Milford before cold weather sots in A fire at Crescn Friday consumed twentytwo business houses at a loss of ibout S50000 Mrs Wilkinson her two children returned from their visit to Woon socket S Saturday Mrs Fred Phippin of Spirit Lake w visiting friends in Milford the at s part of the week Comrade liogers returned from DubuqiiB Saturday where he went to deliver some of his fat cuttle Fred Emerson had the job of bnck hithins Ed Freemans new store build ing which he completed Monday Miss Cora Turneauro passed the Sabbath with Miss Lillio McCtttchin Her hciilth seems to bo improving E A Conslgny past oommander Dept of Iowa G A U is brought out Ciuultdate for commissioner of pensions John Davis of West port returned from Sioux City Saturday He says the Corn Palace beats anything he ever saw Mrs II Earnest arrived in Milford Tuesday It is well to have both sides of the house represented in planning a new home The warm dry weather is still on Tiie District Court convened at Spirit Lake Tuesday The Osage News has attained its majority beingtwentyone years old It is one of our most valued exchanges The Sons will meet Saturday Oct 5 the Veterans and a week Inter The Odd FellfAvs meet every Monday Comrade Paton remnded from his visit to theCorn Palljoe this morning lie was also on SGrand a happy combinatic I S Kelser Lake the champion and insur ance agent of was in Mil ford 011 busy a Monday Mrs Walker was in from Lakovillo Viiiohday She reports her recovered from her week before Mrs Yeon ef tlie editor of the ivaukesha Freeman arrived by train this morning to visit her brother Mr J S Wintou and her friends the Gurthries Note tlie new ad of Humphreys Homeopathic medicine on the last page of this paper This medicine is worldrenowned and it pays any fam ily to have it in the house Mr and Mrs 13 F Wood returned from Milwaukee the latter part of the week to again be residents of Milford The community accords this estima ble couple a most hearty welcome Air Grant Ilirleman is now install ed as chief clerk in Albees corner store He is a young man of good address and we feel assured will rep resent his employer In an able manner G A OFarrell invites all who want a firstclass cook stove to call at his corner store aud see the fine line just received He invites especial attention to the various styles of tho no better stoves maclp There will be no services in the M E Church next Sabbath on account of the departure of Rev King to his new charge and Hey Shoemaker ihe new minister not being able to get here till after that time B L Innian Esq brother of our sheriff arrived Ly train this morning while on his return from Pennsylvania to his home in Yvfishingtou Territory He says lie prefers the climate of his new home to that of the old It was Mrs J II instead of Mrs II C Loomis who went to Sioux City in company with Mrs D N Outline last week Our reporter was not mistaken in tlie identity of the mis take was in setting clown the initials Chris Kusseys new blacksmith shop is to be and will be put up in a substantial manner lie will have an entire new kit of tools Mid in a few weeks his friends will find him at the forge as in days of auld lang syne L G Meeker went to Ruthven tho fore part of the week to bring his father home from his daughters Mrs Oleson The old gentleman is still very feeble in both mind and body which makes it a hard task to take care of him Comrades Bunker and Ileldridge accompaniedby Mrs lleldrulge and MARRIED 555 CADYLYNCHAt the M 15 Piirsonnift li Mllioitl by Her A Kliife Weclfiosiluy Oft Miss LlzzloLynch to Mr A L Cudy both oftlils place The MAIL offers congratulations to the wedded pair and hopes that the star of their happiness may never grow dim C A Johnson Esq is dead Judge Z F Bailey his soninlaw of Seclalia Mo in a letter received yesterday announces the sad intellegencc in the following beautiful language Very suddenly very unoxpectcrlly Mr C A Johnson passed across tlint river wo nil eo dread Wednesday Sept 25th p in Ilowiis cousoloiis to tlie very labb nnd pnssod mviiy without a as peacefully us tlin summers BUU sinks to rest Uobind tbu woatoni horizon His trip to my house seemed to bencllt him materially nnd we had strong hopes that lio would regain much of his 1orniorscir but all at oncoand without any rpareut reason ho UroplWtl away Mr Johnson was a man whom nature had favored with a brilliant intellect aud with careful culture through a long and useful life ho stood in the first rank of American citizenship While a resident of this county he owned and occupied one of the best half sections of land as well as one of the most picturesque sites in this cele brated lake region known as the Wil low Spring farm but failing health caused him to leayo it and now ho has gone to that brighter land where shadow never comes The MAIL extends its sympathy to the bereaved family COiNffY SKAT OOfilKESIONOliNOK SriiuxLAKic Oct 1 89 Mr and Mrs Barren Dr Brownell wile and two daughters and Mrs Henry Thompson left last week for Tennessee where they will spend a few weeks Mott Abbott Narey will be th name of the new livery dray and bus firm Eber Palmer now of Nebraska is visiting friends in Spirit Lake thii A great many of our citizens have visilfcd the C6rn palace and more an HOJMOR paying on subscription since oar last edition Paid to i wheat Oats Jan 1 1SOO Com REFOJELC M 3 Miller M A Wndleigli JW Kennedy George Fletcher Daniel Chasa Ben Pitcher fiSlo 14 to 5 to Out Flax Uarloy Jan 1 18110 Tluiotbyi Jan 1 1800 Oct 1 1800 Jul 1 1892 HaviHilad Hn to KXCDUSJON For tlio Sioux City Corn Pulace Excursion Tickets will bo Bold utono lure 1or rlia round trip tlcliota Sold Supt Std ui Oct D Inolu slvu return tluKot HooiUintll Oct lUtli SI11IDON UlSTltlOC Appointments made at the North west M E Conference hold at Algona hut week Jessie Cole Presiding Elder Clifton Rev Mr Cole from Spencer wil speak in the M E church next Sunday E C Renkiu chaiged the sods fountain for the last time in S9 thi morning The young ladies of thePrusbyteriai church have formed a society and wil hold si sociable every two weeks The irst was held at Mrs Ayers hist Fridaj evening at which a very pleasant timi was had The next willbe held at Mrs Nareys Col Clark and family returned U Cedar Rupuls today after spendii the summer in their cottage on the ake shore Mrs Perry is visiting her parent uid her daughter Kitty in Wisconsin The district courc is in sessoin thi week which brings runny courtiers tc MACK own ii IAKSt ITE31S Mr A II Lichty of Mt Carroll III s here to look after his land in thiv Mrs Seymour arrived home Miss Nettie Bunker left for Nashua stock of ready Mixed Paints ever in Coal per t RASMMSSEN S1AT1SG BbAC School Directors can be supplied ith a good at Buog with Itf S ANB A Fineassortment at the Drug TO in Fine Variety at the Dnig btnre Torstenson is haiidllng the cele orated Kellogg Johnson to a uis torn made Boots and Shoes 200 School Chilclraii Common Souse wear A Good Supply of Legal Blanks at the Post Office If you Watch or Clock Cheap go to Greens Buy your Wall Paper and hayj ii neatly trimmed at Greens Clocks at Greens 24tf Green has just received a new VVall Iaper Trimmer and plenty of latest styles of Wall Paper GO and see Sew Wall Paper for spring trade at Greens All shades of ready Mixed Paints Sreens Elgin and IValtlmm Watches at Greens 24tf FOBSALEOn easy terms the fine in street owned by Mis Lewis Have you heard of the Bargains in Notions at Cases In Intrtwri fell Our stock of Wall Paper is now in teWe have uoremnantt very latest designs Moliverort undersigned wll promptly de to anypwtof hist Friday from her visit lo friends in Hudson Wis Minneapolis nnd St Paul Minn The Merchants Retail Association will meet in regular monthly session next Tuesday evening at the usual time and pluuo Miss Mutie Lods returned to lier home in Terry by Monday evenings train She accompanied to Rutli ven by Mrs lllias Ebor Palmer was a passenger on Saturday mornings train from Ne braska where he now resides to his old home Spirit Lake Seth Brown and Matt Weiser have bought the Bobbins Brothers well auger and are prepared to take orders Look out for their ad Mrs lioyt received a telegram Sept 26 bearing the sad news of the death Monday evening to attend the reunion of their old regiment the 38th Iowa With such fine warm weather tlie boys will have a glorious time Tlie chickens should roost high Mr aud Mrs E D Cox left Thurs day evening for Beloit Wis They have a daughter living there and expect to make that place their future home The people of Milford were very sorry to see them and be loved by all for their sterling integrity and social qualities we can truly say what w MilEords loss is Beiruts gain Mrs T Wanless who lias been mak ing glad the hearts of her father mother brothers and sisters in Lake yille as well as a host of friends throughout the country with a good long visit started by train Tuesday evening for her home in Euglewood Sho was accompanied to Spencer of her mother Mrs G Coot She was I by her two sisters Mrs EG Smith in her eightythird year J C Gnthrie returned this morning from Milwaukee where he sold a car of cattle uid a car of hogs Ilo says he struck a very good marltnt Geo White has rented his farm so ably tilled for several years by Mr Daniel Evan to Theodore Jahn Mr B will move onto his own farm Etta Sperbeck of Spirit Lake left Monday evening for MitclieJL Dak to spend the winter sister Mrs Stratton of that placv Frank Knight sold of cattle Monday and started Tuesday with the remaining twohundred head of his heard for the feeding country south of here MrsS A Holcom band little daugh ter Prcdia of Spirit Lake visited Mrs M C Potter of this place Monday re turning home on Tuesday mornings train All who desire to visit our new school nous will be grant all its completeness puvilege by Mi liismiisten pi iident of the board Saturday Mrs Eva Lewis took the train at Spencei Friday rooming for Monticello lo to attend the iuneuil of her grand mother Her mothers health not per raiting her to accompany hei Hall Bros have added lumber to vauous stock in tiade and sold thoir flist bill to Mr II Earnest for his and otbei buildings which he s hmnjp brillt his new farm Miss Lizzio Kilpatrick Tomp Emerson received by express yesterday a photograph for which he with the rest of his company now liv ing sat for Ahile in Milwaukee There are twer in the group and with the epti9ii of three or four they look like men in tho prime of life which proves they were boys in fact as well as name when they wore the blue more thau a quarter of ii century lomer Goldwood has resigned his position as head cleric in Albees corner store to accept the traveling agency of Dakes Cracker Manufactory of position so long and ably Homers father While feel legist at the depaftuie fioui Milfoid of one of the most steady and exemplary young men yet we icjoice to see him using in the line of promotion His merit entitles him to keep j3limbingystilJ higher The skeleton of a man was found in Pratt lake Lnkeville lastweek by John Killpatucks boyo which has been fully identified as the iemuns of Wallace 13 Lynch who was drowned Apiil 231877 At that time the lake vainly diagged tollml the body to the doubt oC being diowned But now aftel a lapse of over twelve yeaia the fnystaiy is clpared tip Wallace Lynctuwas a young man olf piomise and this event will icvive tho soirow caubod by death Mr J More who has spent a feu days with his relatives and friends a Waterloo lo returnod Monday eye iiing The merchants of 1 his place will dust their stores at 8 oclock p m on am after Monday Sept 30 1S89 Saturdays excepted Miss Minnie King aud her cousii Geo Swan of Okoboji were visiting with relatives E lliug and family of this place Tuesday Mr Ed Meier of Vvalcott la who spent a week in this vicinity relumed homo Tuesday The Lacies Aid Society of the M E Church of Luke Park will give a New England supper in the school house Friday evening 11 1889 The proceeds of winch will be applied to the improvements being madfc 00 the parsonage All are cordially inyited KNOX Sec Pro tern Mrs Wrn Thompson aud Mrs P A Thompson took in the corn pulace at Sioux City last week The ditching gang arrived Monday evening to dig a ditch from the B C E K water tank to the lake The company intend to draw the water from tho lake for the engine Mr Math Fralim beer brewer of Davenport lo who spent a week here to look after his farm returned home Monday Mr W B Babcock of Sibley was soliciting trade at this place last Thurs day Mr T AKoester sr of Davenport la who spent a week at this place re turned home last Monday Mr Wichman of Walcott is visiting with Mrs II Bock of this place Mr Will Robertson of Spencer paid Ins folks a visit last week Mi E P Ring left ioi Sioux City MoueUiy evening to attend the call of the court as a jury man G A Koestei Co ate loading a car potatoes The TTayette W Va Demociat hits the nail taiily on the heart when it says Theie is no way for the Giand Aimy of the Rcpubhc rnon to avoid he conclusion that Coipoxil Tdiinei lias been Ire ated badly by the adminls uition JCcrcompliment him toi his integiitv him that the lepoit of an investigating committee shows nothing dibcieduable to his conduct of he Pension Office and vet turn him out at the aibitidiy demand of a JabinetqlUceir is isthei iab notlung upou tbe surface to please he loldiei Tanner was president to bu kind W Lent To be supplied Calliope and Levi Jarvis L C Wood ford Everly supply M 13 Keister C B Winter F L More W W Cook T R Greene luvoodand II B Green Lake PnrkJ M Woolery Mirathon R Burnip To be supplied Shoemaker Patilhna and F W Gin n F A Morrow A A Marcy Ruck G W L Brown Ruck ValleyF J brook C Artman R Ililcl San Thos S Cole Seney A King 8heldonG W Carr W W Brown Sioux Z C Bradshaw A S Cochran Spirit Walter D Cole Superior supply Frank Jory to lUO Capital Transaots a oral Banking Easiness Special Attention Given to Collec tinhs and Insurance Sells Land Ocean IT fj C K BLAUKERT JA KIAIS B K HALL W G PHIPPIN DHFECTIOHERIEfl frB UESCtlB Mrs Michael Curtain Plainfleld 111 makes the statement that slio caught cold which settled on her lungs Mhe was treated for a month by her family physician but crow worse Ilo told her she was a hojidcss victim ef Canned Goods Fruits in Sea son Notions MILMiD IOVA CIVIC SinlKTIlii i o o r NONITOR LOIXili No I inCClH every Jonclny vvenliiir Vitiitltii 1110 ordliillv liulltd to iiltond JA JJliIK Hou W K liALL N M O I H ca O V W O O GO GO hi Ml O W Sxj G3 i i O Q A F A K GLOAMING JODGK Stated Com iimiilpntlODS Sutiirdny cvcMlnjr on ol uller full moon A Crtec W M V li k Ivi a i Past J A ncrtp every iuy on nixaw lull iniiiMi in i p in li Jinn flittl Cntsn Cut li li yjiiiMAN Ailj aov 15i u on Saiurdny gtSp m bllfOlP Hll II II ol 0 A K Wll tC u liMR H Cnpt 21 L A Ai ltlrordticvt JIIIIMJ iliis C A WLST Lltrnrlttn S 8 nn Bntiiifty Stliool aids m erery Sab HASTINGS XJL Attorneys and riiACTKK IN AM fBDKlf A cmitTs ATIKSIJON CIVKN iii Ciuiny lUnk Hlock Iowa fm VST W JJuyg mid Sells REAL ESTATE LOANS MOXEY At Sis Per Cent Partners corao and get tlin means to pay off your 8 per cent mortgages Ofiici iver Van iKiiiik tAIti IOWA consumption and that 110 medicino jpAIiKEB EICIIAEDSOII could cure her Tor druggist suggest J ed Dr Kings New Discovery for Con p sumption she bought a hot tin and to l l UKltfil o rt her duliglit found herself benefited Estate and Cclleclion Agents from iirst doso She continued its usn Have Abstracts of Title of Clay Co and after taking ten bottles found SIMINCEU lo herselt sound and well now doing her own housework aud is as well as she ever trial bottles of this great discovery at J E GREKNS Drug Store lurge bottles SOc and BK carefully iirupitrud i usud for imuiy juawlriprlvaiejjrnctlewwlthsuiyjosiniHlforover thirty yunrs uned by thu prsupli Krav Sjiu clllo Is n KpccUU for tio dlswivv nmnoil Specifics euro ivltlioiit or rwlucliiB ttio nyskmi mid arc In fuct ninl clceiUhoMOVoroIun iunimlibsvitEii World LLBT or riuNoipAL xoo IKIUIS IevorHCongestion Worms Worm 1ovcr Worm Crying jolic oiTuotlilngcf Jnfauli Dluvrhcn ot oateryt lu Urlplng liilluiis ucillo lunrbiist Vciiiitlrj i OulU JironchlUi 2 HciurilElii Toothache SJ c Scrtlgo JJllIolls Stomnch Siippronncd orlutnful 1crioda Whit OH too IrofiiTO IVrliHlu ilS CrcinpiCotigli PiUkiiIc 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KPENCBK KACT No S No 4 AM No 14 MaPM OOINO No u No It 8 0 No 14 Ton ocnte oxtrn will be ebnrgud ou nil P M l5 M MiunuiipDlls ranaOont Itluiii Lino ivlili VcsiUmlctl Trnlne Mllwauhuc St Iaul and Route bolwcon Chi itialiijina tha InciUp WaJlonpl Baule botwoan Cli Kiinmis iitv St losuph fo 57OO Mllea of Road ivii prln puiiL Ill IllnuU Wlisrjonaln MIUilO uoto lovvu Missouri Uriil Unkotix For niiUN tlrio rums Qf vmssftffo Rlii fioijiaoto iippltf IO iiffliiifil Btalloii ill ilio CmcAfio MirWAUiciB ST IMKI lUtfiWAV or ID iuly itiillroad Agent nnjwheK In WmW tlfn1 IMsd iiiidTlit KOSWKLJ MIL 311 15 DfiALKHIN SHELF and HEAVY Etluu iuiifU for tho 01 nil aimeiiVrtVDieii Coii S IMIUforcL w t o p CD M n o VI 1 o fi w M 0 J o p 8 o 3 J3 IS M ffl Q rn S H B cf Q Stoves of All Kiwis on hand if Custom Work Prtniiitljf Donu Stock Pirstclaeis Prices Eeasonalle CorBfOAdtVtiy Hlnii St Milford CO T7 A rnrcK IV H PRIC1 f ttt i Miiiord Dra Lino ited to UiiilUlil MEBCE4PISE EQ liI Ei B it tf S O 1 A WEEK wliila aaconvenient to the buyer as ftny InsUilmenl f Stem is wrVwi to us The cooperation cf ihc club members sells us watcliM in tticii PHI LA wcrjfttcnsh from the Club for each watch Wore It goes ft out thovijh onrh member only pays Ji o week This ia why we give you more for your money than any one clse tPiJ and why wo nrc dolne vUch business In the world 3Wc ecll jljlJyonly first quality roods but our lij1 prices ire about what others get fur sco itjit ondi iMtf 1 V r full line always in stock in the Double Store Corner of Hill and Court Streets Spirit Luke Iowa W CORY ATTOKNKY AT LAW do a general Land Lonr Abstract aud Collcctiow Sphit Lake A Bswmg Machine FOR Tnis is Slnunr is a stsamlil Siler tini imitation of ry kiiil StemWind American Lever liuntinc case or open n Stemwind Opsnlace fint iniolity stiffened Gold American titch rutirfttttccdto ia r iifs It la fully cqiml to any otlicre We find fvp watch sold for frfi by otlicre We fnitclaja Simenctl GoIJCorc EiV w w more sitlsfaotory and 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Aent A T KVANS t CO IbS KUH HI OEO W ZLIIAS THE SELFTHREADING Coffins Constantly Repairing Promptly Noatly Donor tii iriiieft cadi vs n Rubber Mounted Harness FOR S26OO Nicke Mounted Harness FOR All nwnd Made Gig Saddle Single Skirt or Patent Leather Skirt Laced In Mado ot tha Wliitnwater Brani CakTanned Leather Our own Tannage Made oxpiessly for Track Harness In It are com bined the fin est mechanic al skill the most useful imd practical elements nnd all known ad vantages that make a sew ing machine desirable to sell or uso ELDREDCE MFG CO Factory and Wholetalo Office Belvldero IU 371 Walinsit Ave 30 Broad Street few York t o at tio Ghnso Hcuso In fcrtho Prtxitlco cf Dentistry A k riicR p IttYWAED C O privilege of cxiiniinatiois or on Receipt of Price will Deliver tliem V not refund CO N BtJfcitorif Bide Roln or Over Gag wanted Collar uttd Hntnes Dollur cxtia FiirClrouliir rctnul 1 Cti lector ATTORNEY auil band 1 CHECH UOOKO Gcncml Houli Ollica Si InRfor lhc IVlAIL RA fKl A 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