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Plover Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1893, Plover, Iowa ri!orßir.ToB £W DRAY. t Carroll, Manager. Giva Zack a uè at yoar draying and transfering. a p. markin, -dealer ih— D AND SOFT COAL, blacksmith COAL. Etc. SOLFE. Io*»*- WM. DROWN, rKorniBioB ty Barber Shop KOI/FE, iowa. „¡r Cutting, Shaving and everything m le dono n« fttl y an " workmanlike. JOHN SPEAH, —r>OE8— raying & Transferring • PBOUPTI ' AXV 8ATI8FACTOBILT, i jolioita a 4. ate of the business In Solf H. C. SCHMUCK, lasterenMason, ROLFE, IOWA. Mr Work Is Good and my Chargea Reason-jM¿ Give me a trial. ti «»«II VETEiiAN' Dentist M^ Bate Work a S^i^^SS Specialty. anyone wanting work (lone by Careful DcntistW i'jonld call early Budget dales for work,as delays are dangerous. Broken plates can bo repaired »ml mado as good an new Anyone wlio has lost a toot!) from a plate can have it replaced. So dnu'xo for examining natural teeth, ¡looms over Exchange Hank, Rolfo, Iowa. SALESMEN liig pay t l7f~'aeàaò~ ....._ _ _ _ J Wo givo our men seed ami seed potatoes to sell in addition to com-fletè line of nursery stock, thus enabling iliem lo make their services worth nearly nvicc as inuoh as with any otner house in ilio conn try. WOltK ALL THE YEAit. _lp»ly quick, stating age. L. L. MAY & Co. ST. I'AUr,, MINN'. Xureryinen, Florists and Seedsmen. (This house is responsible.) 30- DO YOU KNOW? THAT THE ¡0*Feeds the Hungry and Lodges tlu Weary. |S*Keaps all kinds of Fresh B'ruits it their season. HSFKas Fresh Bread and Pies con Btantly on hand. ROLFE, IOWA. Proprietor of the Pioneer Blacksmith Shop will be found at the old stand on Broad street always ready to do you a good job in any kind of Blacksmi thing, Machine, Repairing, Horseshoeing, or anything m his line. He does his work by Steam Power and Guarantees Satisfaction. E. E, WISWEIL, firain, Hay, Seeds, Flour, Feed, Oil Meal at wholesale and retail. Flour Exchanged with farmers for Wheat or Other Crain. Satisfaction Guaranteed. A. J. HAYWARP. rsorniETOB MEAT MARKET Has always ou hand i'resh^Salt Meat, And everything usually kept la a flrst-olaas market. CASH PAID tor HIDES & TALLOW. Too» patrosaf» solicit««» ^JMH. ■ . IOWA. —AX— JAB. DUFFS meatmarket *0U Will aiways And a full assortmsnt of the ben ^ah and Halted Meat ax Livnro rsias. The Highest Market Price paid foi Hideo and Tallow. 80 Lta, . . . I0WX HERALD. VOL. 2. A. 0. GAULOCK, President PLOVER, POCAHONTAS COUNTY, IO IVA, JANUARY 20, 1S93. NO. 36. '"'"'iTWfi" rr—.-v 'fi'Trmm'ifii W.U. MCEWEN, Vice i'res. . JlcEWICN, <;asliier. tHE plover herald. SAVINGS Cenerai Banking Business Transacted. COLLECTIONS, üli^I- ESTATE écINSURA^'CK -Ä.'bstx-a.cts JF'-u.rn.isïiec!.. Ta:ce= E'aicl. W. S. MCEWEN, Notary Public, ■PIOVEE, - MRS. W.E.GIBBONS, IOWA. î. Thompson. —DEALERSIN— SHELF AND HEAVY Tíirw:!*.-^. St«« i.' Iron.. Weed c.r.-í- l^TT^n. 3 ^ Fîne Repairing o Zr.: itoci ci ai; m» or all We are preunred 1" Ile. dioico-Bore. JiU'ìi Ä Full Line of Heatung íes as Lew as the Lowest ^ l'Lovi:;-, Ci 'I vez» lass isas nrzrar,'-;, ftrr-rrain* * ^ M * UU^iJS Kilt»- ISwfc I s. D. CLIFFORD'S NewFurniture Store is 3srow uxr^srijra'jsra-. Has a Full Line of Furnitur© and I'SntSortakisi C; Window Shades of all kinds. Picture Frame: Specialty. All Orders Fiiled ¿Pro.mptiv. -AI.SO- ocds, ì a BtfSPWo are lien- to f=t;iy. "Wi lb \2fUI «ins lir.s'N Real Estate Town Property for Safe and insurance Written "m PlV VEIL, Editor. LOCALS. Farns» '.,, i (¡jr vi i ¡í >' ; V.'i. KM- Ì ê Mmin'actnrerG and Dealers in Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Halters, Whips, Robes, Blankets, Brushes, Collars; Swisat Pacls, Fly Nets, Harness and Saddlery Hardware.. "Etc. We keep Everything in the line of Ha: meys (iooi!.-. Repairing Promptly Do no. We also soil line Axle and Harness Oils. Call and let us .quote yon prices. We shall be pleased 'o show cog d. u . PL'»VER, " - - TO S. E. HEATHMAN, Propvieior. The Best of Fresh, Salt a.\id Smoked Meats' always on hand. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR HIDES AND TALLOW. Plover, - - | owa . Try Beam's Headache Capsules. —Mrs. T. E. Meredith spent last Friday in Rolfe. —G. II. Blake is spending tlio week with relatives at IJradgate. Robert Armstrong transacted business in Ilolfe Monday afternoon. Peter Henderson's baby was quite ill last week, but is considerable better now. C. A. Charlton and 0. II. Beam returned from Chicago last Thursday evening. James Dean, of McKnights l'oint, was here last week in the interest of a safe company. F. II. Plumb, of the Reveille force, was transacting business in town one day last week. —Mrs. T. D. Northrop and niece, Lizzie Strandberg. visited relatives in Uolfe this week. S. E. Ileatliman will begin building a new building for his meat market as soon as the weather will permit. —A. J. Eggspuehler's little baby like many other small children, has been quite indisposed with a cold of late. —We think the prospects aro good for considerable building to be done in the Spring. We hope to see a boom. —Three parties united with the M. K. church here last Sabbath afternoon, one by letter ami the others 011 probation. —We understand the Good Templars will give a "shadow sociable" after the close of the revival services being held in this place. —Mrs. Wells came up from Rolfe last week and is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Ileathinan, and renewing old acquaintances. -The Good Templars lodge will meet this week on Saturday evening, so as not to conflict with the meetings being held here. —Mr. McKinnon will begin liis residence in a few days, so wo are inform ed. We are glad to hear it as we like soe Plover grow. ■ —J. I!. Jollii't'c left for Aurora coun ty, S. Dakota, last week, where he is on a deal for a section of land. lie is oxchanging horses for it. —A. Fisher has commenced to put up his building. He will open up a restaurant and feed the hungry when completed, we understand. Supt, Gilchrist was in town last week visiting our schools. lie has promised to give us his views in regard to the township high school in a short time. —S. E. Iloatbmar., T. E. Meredith and Wm. Myers, with their wives, .attended church at llavelock last Sunday evening and had the pleasure of listening to Sister Ellis. —The Willing Workers will meet with Mrs. N. II. Shaver, Thursday, ]<eb. 2nd, at 2 o'clock i'. m. All are requested to be out as there will be election of officers. _ -The Township trustees attention was i'ailed to the condition of Wm. Or-cutt at the meeting Monday.. No action was iaken in this matter. Mr. Or-cutt is on (J of the oldest settlers in Powhatan. —Rev. Rainier preached in the M. E. church last Monday evening in the absence of Rev. Troutman. This is only one of the manifestations of the good feeling existing between the two churches here. —W. N. Gillis accompanied by his niece, Miss Nellie Anderson, departed Monday for their former home in Can Aioug the Des Moines. Bert Doe's sale was well attended and every thing sold well. John Bourrett of Mt. Vernon South Dakota spent last week visiting his brother and family. James Vipond and wife, and John Harsha of Irvingtou, were over to see old friends 011 the river whom thoy had not seen for 14 years. Mrs. I. C. Thatchar, we understand is going to operate the Ritter farm tins year. Frank Cox, who has been visiting relatives in Sac county, has returned home and likes Pocahontas better than ever. Itufus Walston and Ilenry Murray, makes a business trip to Livermore tins week. J. A. Malander offers to rent his farm in section '2-1, for cash rent. There was a party at Frank Woodruff's, this week. g i;ess. LOOK : HERE! -DO YOU- WANT A WINDMILL ? If so please rccAlloct that I huvo ,, com PIrETK OUTFIT for setting up Windmill», and can do it Sat isfactorily and I'roinpUy. —also— Contractor and Mover. Heavy Buildings a Specialty. Ilondsgivcn for all contracts. I.. I'A lilt All 1:10, l'lovcr, Iuwi.. Mallard Melange. A. K. CLEVELAND, Stone Mason AND PLASTERER. I'LOVKIt, - - - IOWA. J. S. SMITH, Collection : Agent. Notary Public and Justice of the Peaco PI.OVEll, IOWA. W. E. GIBBONS, Stock : : Buyer. Sleigliing superb! Rejoicing that we have not too much | snow like our brethren farther south. Among our wants is a larger school I house, a creamery and a M. E. church. | The Lutherans and Catholics have commodious churches. J. ii. Martin is selling ouc., souvenir I coins for SI.00 and the Mallard Savings Bank is running opposition, so wo look | Mutiial Fire and Lightning Insurance for a cut price. Since we have fellen in line with the I State Temperance law, good order pre-1 vails, and industry revives. Mr. Green of Plover bought the i Ilackenberg property of Kennedy & ] Wood. One of our neighbors Mrs. Frost was I buried at Plover, 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 | Plover. '•• vm, Jane MAxnr, 1 Highest Market Price always paid for Cattle and Hogs. PLOVER, IOWA. THE POCAHONTAS COUNT'» ASSOCIATION Is well established. 'rlin Hoard (it Directors for lews: Bolivia«, IMil are as f.il- Uolfax, nuit, On tor, OUn ton, l'owliatan, I»es Moines, Swan Luke, Lake, Dover, Washington, Lincoln, l'onieroy Malison Pome voy Uoll'rt ENGLISHMEN IN PERSIA. An Oriental Country Wliero IloncMty Will Ho Duly Appreclntml. In Persia truthfulness is at a premium, as the English resident soon discovers. For some time after his arrival lie is the victim o£ his servants, of the tradesmen, and, indeed, of the natives in general. As Dr. Willis sn.ys, lie buys experience more or loss dearly, lint hav> ing bought it, he is able to correct his mistakes, one by one. Gradually hi; takes root ill the country. He "hits it off" with the Persians. Tin: solitary makes friends — real friends, not mero acquaintances—and strange to say, these friends are often from the priesthood, the, most fanatical among the Moslems. And these. Ori ental friends always confess that what originally attracted them to their new ally is the strange fact that an En-lishman doesn't lie. J11 Persia, the great hot-bed of lies and intrigue, a man who does not lie isi indeed a phenomenon. Very soon thu Englishman is invited to dinners, to marriage feasts, even to picnics; for he is a lion and the Leo-hunter exists, even in Persia. Little by little tho influence of "the mail who tells the truth" begins to spread; disputes are referred to him; for is he not tho only judge in the place who does not hunger for u bribe? An unpaid arbitrator, he "embodies the law" in many a knotty dispute. There are no fees in his court, and the reference being 1 by mutual consent and purely unofficial, there can bo no appeal.—Youth's Companion. A Itlir Fcftt Kor Small ItoyH. The whip ray, sea bat or devil fish, as It is variously named, is fairly plentiful In Galveston bay, so the appearance of four of these sea monsters at one time the other da.V did not excite any special remark. But they were seen by threo boys, ull under sixteen, and they determined to get one and sell it. So one of the boys borrowed a Winchester rifle while the other two got a row-boat and a harpoon, and out they went after their prey. The boys rowed around awhile, and soon »aw one of the ilshes, Win. llrownlcc, Swan Nelson, Alex. Petct'Hun, I.. K. Hnnxmi, Olias. Ctindcraon, J. J. liriice, (i. W. Henderson, J. Frascr, P. J. Shaw, W. N. McAncney, W. l'\ Atkinson, Ulias. lilson, (ico. Watts, l'cter Morrison, <>. V. Oloson, O M Baylor, Aiiv "lie of whom Is authorized wpllcatioux. <!. M. SAYl.Oll, Prcsidi-iil. J. J. I1KU015. Secretary. (¡l'.o. WATTS, Treasurer. Address all coiumimicallons to .1. I'.nic< Secy., Hulfe, Iowa. I'lovei Hull«', balll'enn* 1.Izard t'onda 1.aureus I'oiuei-oy In lake W. A. HUBELL», Carpenter and Builder. EaUmnto» »indo for UuiUUngH and work dono atiUsfuotorUy. UMCQUMNTEO WITH THE OCOOMmOF THIS COUNT 11Ï v. U. tv.t,w-MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A 8TUDY Of THIS Kir ¡ I -,..• and pulled up within forty or fifty feet ada, where they expect to remain about I One of the boys fired a «hot into the two months. The IIkkALD wishes I ray, which immediately ii reached, It happens that Fût Boots & Rubbers T.D. AUK IS DEMAND. m¡ Hub tlicin; and al.-o \ ^ in«iM n ¿M»,mirff,.!"' Uo " s '>»q**¿| WEHEST50 et SYRUP: Cîlotlliirjy >ïîi«lo tO' 0:-<l«'s . Call aad ssa SaMr A pi es c£ Clotìilxig- a ziel Fasliio-n. flatos PLOVBB, IOWA. them a pleasant journey. —We understand Superintendent Gl 'Ichrist remarked to the teacher in tbo primary department while here, that L -,er room looke(1 N^ 6 a box ciu '-There a. ro over 70 P l| P' ,s seated or stored away i. n two of tIles ® tooms - —The iPl wer Cheese Co. has rented the Cheese fa ^ t0 L - «rodsky, who will operite it. ^e coming season. lie will open the fac ♦«'"J 88 soon as possible and Will buy w>t m»kyou have to. sell. He cheese m wants to iker for the Rolfe, Io ,va hire a practical '.oming season. Farms Fot Four g )od farms for r ^ ™ terms. (Inquire of J. A. »vnitaKei, scooting fully twenty feet out and ahead, like a flying tisli. Two more shots were fired, and, after beating tho water furiously, it died. Then a harpoon was thrown into the creature, and it war. towed to the wharf, where it was slung and hoisted out with u windlass. Tiiis lisli measured fourteen feet from wing tip to ivi.iy lip.— Gulden Dav«. A neaerved Stat. "When I was once in danger from a lion," said an old African explorer, "I tried sitting down and staring at him, as 1 had no weapons," "How did it work'. 1 " asked his companion. "Perfectly: the lion didn't even offer to touch me." "Strange! llovv do you account for it?" "Well, sometimes I've ihooght it was because I sat down on a branch of a very tall tree."—Boston Glob:. Chicago, Rock IsM k Pacific h •rile Direct Itoute to and lrom Chicago, Julli-t, ommwi, Peoria, I.u Salic, Mollne, Itock Island, hi HXINOiS; Davenport, Muscnttw, Ottuunva, OHkui'io^ii, !)<.< Moines, Wlntcrset, Autlulion, Ihirlnn «(id Council Jllufls, In IOWA; Minneapolis mid St. I'nul, In MINNESOTA; Wntcrlown and Sioux rutin, in DAKOTA ; Cameron, St. Jo«c|ih «ml Kunsiw City, hi Ml.^sorlll; Olnfttm, Lincoln. I'.'iirhnry lunl NelsoiP, in N'F.HIIASIC A; Atchlgun, Leavenworth, Horton, Tojiekti, ..... ......... Wichita, IJellevlllc, Abilene, Dodge Cltv, CuMv.ai, in KANSAS; Khmnsher, Kl Ueno und Mlnco, hi INDIAN TERRITORY; Denver, Colorado Sprint!» and l'li'Un, in COLORADO. Traverses new areas or rich farniinK and grazing lauds, alTonllnii the liest facilities of Intercommunication to all towns and cities east, and m^t, northwest and southwest of Chicago and to I'acli;»: ¡tnd truns-occauic seaports. MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Leading nil competitors In splendor of equipment, between CHICAGO mid DKS MOINES, COCXCIf. lll.UFrS und OMAHA, alid lictwedi OllIOAOn ami DENVF.lt, COLORADO Sl'RlNOS and l't.'iohl.o, via KANSAS CITY anil TOI'EKA mal via ST. .¡O.-'ITII. First*Class Day Coaches, F1CEK UEC'LlNlNfi ( IIA II! CARS, and folate Sleepers, with MnhiK Car Service. Close connections at Denver mid Colorado Springs with Jtvertitng railway lines, nolv foruilng the new and picturesque STANDARD GAUGE TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE Over which superbly-equipped trains run dally THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to mid from Salt Lake City, Ogden and Sou Francisco. TltK 110CK ISLAND Is also tho Direct ond Favorite I.hie tu mul from Manltou, Pike's l'eak and all other wnltavy and scenic resortauiidclticB ond mhilngdlstrlcts in Colorado. DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS From fit. Joseph and Kansas City to and from all im-portnnt towns, cities and sections In Southern Nebraska, Kansas ond the Indian Territory. AIbo via AIXKP.T LEA ROUTE fioui Kansas City and C'lilcilR" to Wnter-towu, Sioux Falls, MINNKAl'OLIS and KT. I'.U'I.. connectlontf for all points north aud northwest heiivceu the lakes and tho I'aclflc Coast. For Tickets, Mops, Folders, or desired hifnnunljnii apply to nny Coupon Ticket Offlco In the United Slates or Canada, or address E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEESASTSAfi, 0«n'l Manager, Oen'l Tkt. 4 l'uss. Agt., CHIOAtJO. IVl*
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