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Morning Sun News (Newspaper) - May 17, 1894, Morning Sun, Iowa VOLUME MAY 37 A TTOBNEYATLAW AND NOTA RY Collettions pronjfctly attended Mon ey to loan oa rekl estate or personal secur Office Stormont Office d day Won atur Office days Mon day Friday ALLEK pHYSICIANS AND Office west side of Brick EXCHANGE MORNING transact a general banking Coir lections will receive prompt Firstclass insurance risks y General Insurance Represents the best Money to loan and Iowa lands for MOBNING Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries Our stock of Groceries is clean and Good bargains for country produce Morning 52 PATRONIZE EDGARS Tonsorial MOBNING FARMS FOR I have several good farms for Parties wishing to purchase should call on or address me at Parties having good arms for sale Will do well to place them with me for sale as I am advertising quite exten sively ifl eastern V CASH PAID w I also carry the best grades of Flour and Give me a call at Fonts old 8 Tothe CITY MEAT MAE KET when yon want Fresh and Salt MEATS Of all We keep them onCjrtcnds at all times and at prices as cheap as they can be I also deal in coun try produe and Give me a SUMMER SCHOOL OF An young people with ambition want to be business men and If you want to learn Pen or Shorthand and Typewriting to enable you to enter a business bouse at a good salary If youwant to review your studies In Engljsb as a preparation for teaOb attend The city Commercial Col Des Students may enter at any Good board at low Worthy students assisted to Tbo lauding schools of commerce Send for even though youdo not wish to attend during the summer but expect to go to sohool some time In the MEMAN 018 LATTA ft Editors and of One In Six In Three in Entered at the Postoffice at Morning as secondclass REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL May A Republican Congressional Convention for the first district will beheld at June at 11 oclock to nominate a candidate for The basts of representation will be one delegate for each county lii the and an addi tional delegate for every 200 votes and frac tion thereof above oast for Frank Jackson for governor In on Which ba sis the number ofdelegates will be as fol lows Des IB W 0 0 11 Van 11 18 By order of the REPUBLICAN JUDICIAL CONVEN A judicial Convention of the Republican party of the 6th sixth district of will be held at on the 2Urd day of at 11 oclock m for the purpose of nominating three candi dates for District Judges of the Sixth Judi cial District of The ratio of said conven will one delegate for each county in Said Judicial District and one additional delegatefor each two hundred votes and a fraction of one hundred or oast for MoFarland for Secretary of at the general election in the year of The counties win be entitled to delegates as follows Jasper County 8163 17 Keokuk 2508 14 Louisa 1800 10 Mahaska 3840 18 Poweshlek 2876 13 Washington 25UO 14 By order of TOOKKH JOHN E elegant new line of Japanese napkins just received at THE NEWS When she was a Child j large shipment of those elegaift RoCk Island buggies just received at McKinley IOWA CROP WEATHER RE May f The past has been with temperature and sunshine above the and th6 rainfall generally sufficient for present Corn planting is nearly completed in all districts of the except In a few localities where work had bden de layed by In early planted fields anexcellent stand has been oblaineiU ttiia there is less than the usual complaint of poor The work of cultivation is in progress In all with the foil In line Small meadows and pastures are dpingvnotably The staple crops of thiii state have been more promising in the middle of The fruit continues to be fairly No one in health need become bald or it he will follow sensible We advise clean liness of the scalp and the use of Hall Hair W Caritners of the Indian Mis sion stopped off at Linton Tuesday unorn spent the day at his going on to Chicago in the wife and son came down from Monday and visited with Robb started for Wddnesday where he will assist Sproull in corrimunion Wilson and Morning Suns pho tographer were around in this vicinity tak ing views of farm Turk shows good Farmers are all about through planting corn and report the seed coming up in fine Our farms never Ipoked nicer than at and the weather The coal bank at jLnton naj not mater ialized Peckam is again able to go to work in f There will be no preaching at Sharon next DheCV E meets Ut WheaJBaby was gave her When she was a aUo cried for When she became to she1 gave thorn SPECIAL DRIVE IN AT MoKEE during tne of May Cashmeres worth at Veiling 15e to Another car load of Oream Flour just Oar load Salt on per for MCKEE Have you a Farm for Sale NowMs the1 time to list it for the summer and fall Do you want to Buy a Farm 1 Come in and look over my u O f i m MDN Have you Money deposited in banks that is bringing you no income I can loan it for you on good security at the high estrate of m LOANS I am prepared to make loans on real estate or gilt edged personal 4 v Call and see me OOTn rKbJj Little Yankee Little Yankee SulkyPlows Deere Stirring Plows Champion Champion Also the place to buy your Gasoline Stoves and Garden at handsome and elegant new lines of suitings both foreign and Best qualities at lowest Good fits and first class Give them a
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