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   Spencer Clay County News (Newspaper) - November 13, 1902, Spencer, Iowa                                NUMBER PROFESSIONAL CARDS Homeopathic AND 408 Main Phone Resi East Fourth Phone Burgeon PHYSICIAN AND Office In McAllister Stover PHYSICIANS SURGEONS Office In Ntcodemun over Dickeys Open day and W J M D innran PHYSICIAN 3 and Citizens State Bank Telephone 1PHYSICIAN sOffice 2 doors south of Benders drug Treati all forms of deseaee of tbe flti lasaeito defective PHYSICIAN AND Office over Jones Dry Goods Resi dence corner Second and Mills Phone 96 OSTEOPATHIC Office in Nicodemua I make Abstracts of cent Farm Loans at 5 BUSK ATTORNEYS AT Real Office iu new Opera ATTORNEY AT I practice in all State and Federal I have complete abstracts of title to alj lands in Clay Office flrst door west of it1 Harlan BUCK k ATTORNEYS AT General Law Real Loansand Abstracts ot Title to ull lands in Clay McAllister COST ft ATTORNEYS AT Loan niid Collection Clay i 1rompt atteution given to all business intrusted to their Abstracts of Title Office in Peoples Saving Bank at rear of OrEBA HOUSE RESIDENT Willbe found at my over First National every day except Tuesday gas Au work war CK Crown and bridge work a All work 1 and 3 Citizens State Bank Fiti glasses for all errors of refraction and old satisfaction If you are suffering from perhaps We can relieve Offloe over Schutzs Shoe In office day except Funeral Director and Prompt attention paid to all SANITARY lett VETERINARY PHYSICIAN AND 24 years practical night or promptly attended Phone Office at LeClalrs Livery west of poat ffl LOCAL Trimmed street hats at wholesale prices at 41tf THE NEWS office Is under obligations to Wiggins for a generous mess of choice Walter of arrived in to visit her and In speaking last week of Barbers successful work at by some strange manipulation of the types the word Spencer appeared where we intended to have Since Kellogs resignation of the superlntendency of the electric light plant Rufus Turner has been In and so far has given good Turner does not claim to be an electri but he is a very practical man and will succeed where more pretentious men will often Grandfather whose illness we have heretofore on Tuesday was taken to Chicago to undergo a surgical He stood the trip but had not undergone an examination at our last Little Is well up In the 30s in but is as tenacious of life as a young We have boundless ad miratloa for a man of such courage and hope he may find the relief he District court reached adjournment The grand jury found Indict ments against Everly parties for main taining Two comparatively unimportant civil cases were tried before a the creamery man indicted at last term for was tried and the state falling to establish a criminal Gregory bag gone Into Clay county still maintains the record for light court Owing to a different construction put upon a certain rule of the Spencer and Storm Lake foot ball teams failed to meet last Saturday according to an This difference has been the teams will positively meet next Saturday on the home when the most hotly contested game ever played on the Spencer gridiron may con fidently be looked We hope to see our home people turn out and give our boys the support and encouragement they so well You are not warranted in thinking it will be an ordinary high school game for the two aggregations rank far above the common high school The second number of the lecture course will be on Wednesday eveuiug This will be the fa mous lecture Blessed be by The required number of season tickets to guarantee the seventli number of the course has not yet been sold but few are lacking and as the man agement are very desirous of putting ou this extra number we urge everyone who can possibly use a season ticket to buy it and attend this helpful course of enter Tickets are on sale with sev eral of the business houses and the places at which they can be secured are marked with a display Uegerve seat sale Is now open at the office of and Painter and daugh Miss left yesterday for the Pacific their first objective point being Spring a point near where they have They have relatives at various points on the coast aud will work and visit af they They expect to spend the greater part of the winter in southern Painter has been greal ly troubled here of recent winters with and IIP lias hopes that 11 milder climata in which to spend the cold season will be of benefit to They will re turn to Spencer next Painter has kindly consented to keep NBWR readers posted in regard to move observations und conclusions dur ing his sojourn in the and some thing very readable may confidently be Wayne of has been in town this week attending and dropped into this office long enough to say Wayne is among our old est subscribers Thirty one years soon after THE NEWS was established In the fuel question confronted the We had not then learned to burn hay and the stock of willows had run No coal was to be had nearer than Storm forty miles The weather was rainy and there were no roads or hence volun teers to go to Storm Lake to draw a load of black diamonds were not numerous there was and that one was Wayne By starting early and driving hard he reached the lake in a and the following morning loaded on a ton of coal and started on the re turn For three weary days he and his faithful team floundered in the mud before reaching Spencer and many a time during the three days did he carry the greater part of that ton of which was mostly in across the sloughs on his in order to lighten the load so his team could draw the We paid for the coal and paid Smith for hauling und he tells us that he bad about 30 cents left after paying the expenses of the no not everything was rosy in the good old The Proof of the Pudding is in the CT ND to prove that an article is good i to try it and be I have frequently mentioned the superior qnal ity of the Teas I am A grea many have tried them and pronounce them superior to what they had been buying at the same Tones Spices are the very best to be had them and Monarch Mince Meat makes mince pies better than mother used to Try any of the above and see how good they Yours to Phone 211 Main Who Wants A cold dish for breakfast these chilly Not many people we ROYAL BREAKFAST FOOD Continues to grow in public H is economical and easily pre To one quart of boiling water add threefourths of a cup of lioyal Ureak fabt Btir Breakfast Food In slowly and season to suit Cook fifteen minutes or longer in covered dish set in boiling Serve hot with cream and ASK YOUR Spencer Milling HOUSEHOLD GOODS Private Sale Having sold our farm we will sell our household goods at private sale consist ing of bed room writing dining room 17 Stewart hard coal surface will burn anything two five ijOO thorough bred Plymouth Uock chickens some line breeding them are some that I had saved for mv own nn uncalled for the Advertised The following letters remain for in the Spencer postollice week ending 1002 Alta William ISus Mrs Jack Dick Grace Miss Helen GaiT Bert Delila John William James Fried Andrew Minnie CHARLES The board of supervisors met Monday as a board of canvassers and for the transaction of other Nothing out of the ordinary routine work came and adjournment was reached at noon The proceedings in full will appear in next weeks Every boy and girl who reads the Youths and they are are familiar with the name of Har who has charmed them with his highly humorous yet elevating and in structive moral With the possi ble exceptions of Trowbridge and no author in the country has such a wide and agreeable acquaint ance with our boys and girls as has Familiarity with and interest in an authors writings naturally makes one want to meet the writer himself and see what manner of man he really editor of The Companion and gifted story was born and reared at this and Iowa boys and girls will therefore feel a great er interest in November the jvening before Is the date Tor Harbours appearance in Spen and THE NEWS hopes every boy and girl reader of The Companion and every ther boy and girl who enjoys clean and who aspires to higher and letter will not fail to hear At least a thousand boys and girls should see and hear Harbour that Winter Apples Sample The Sample Sale held by tbe ladies of the Congregational church last week was most satisfactory In some lilng more than in cash having een turned over to the societys treasur There are some collections yet to be nade nnd some goods to be disposed ind it la thought when this Is done the eceipts will reach The people generally were very generous in contrib iting goods to be Felt gave a ine calf as a sample of his herd of Polled and the little Sample sold for The Spencer Milling made a very liberal donation of the roducts of their mill these goods sold eadily and proved a large item of the Letts Spencer Smith vholesale represented on the oad by of this do ated worth of their prime California aimed which met with a ready Spencer merchantsoontrlbiited lib rally of their These illustrations prve to show how the goods for the 8am le sale were Tlip sale was onducted in the Knight shoo store vhich was up into all of which vere nicely HIP national colors eing freely IISPC with line The ale was conducted on the department tore a particular kind of goods be rig confined to a particular ootli was presided over by an attractive persimsivequallties were veil nigli A lino oyster stew as served the evening of the second The sample sale was new to Spen er and proved a The time to briy Winter Apples is now at If you have not already laid in a supply for your winter use come and see us before buying We have just received a car of extra fancy Eastern ap not Illinois or but Pennsylvania such as have not been seen here for several We have all varieties of the best such as Northern Talman Sheep Maiden Dont fail to come and see us before buying RESSftn TAYLOR Dealers in Glassware and ODDFELLOWS FMOKE1 WfNWWWNIW OAK Wagon Tongues Wagon Box Lumber Plans and Specif cation B and estimates made on all clnstes i of Also contracts Address him at COTJHT OF lows District Court 834 meet each alter nate Thursday evening at tbe But If every one knew what a grand med icine Kings New Life Pills writes youd sell all you Lave in a Two weeks use has made a new man of Infallible for stomach and liver 20c at Billings drug You can buy the same thing much cheaper at Friends Church Emma Coffin has returned from attending Conference of the Friends church held at She held a revival service of a weeks duration at her former in which souls were saved and the church The Thursday evening1 prayer meetings are growing In The leader for next Thursday evening is The cottage prayer meeting this week will be held at the home of the Ellis on East Second These meetings are held each Tuesday evening in the different Joseph of came up Sunday morning to hear the who he has known from meeting last Sabbath evening was led by Eva Jenkins and was a time of much The subject was Gods Covenants and Jenkins was at Greenville last week in the interest of the Womens For eign Missionary The meetina next Sunday even ing will be led by Frank The subject is For Clara Wells will occupy the pulpit next Sunday Quite a revival spirit was manifested last Sunday The Free Baptist supper Friday even Ing was of the bountiful and palatable character such as every lover of the things good for the inner man so dearly There was plenty and to The proceeds amounted to about and there was many times that consideration in IiCeeived tor Intu for lust Forest MITOUS NEWS As considerable time has elapsed sincp ny last perhaps letter a locality where wind and cornfields would be a nov might be of Interest to 1 idge from reports we get through your aper that Home one or more of them ilngH urn almost everyday occurrences itii We Iniil a very pleasant RIIIII ten days the lust of Jnlv being ipiite with mercury from to Ida ile rees but we had a nice KHII HO i ere was not much and Hie are May crop WSIB lover WIIH damaged with lint K WUH IIK ruin from the mldilli of illy lo timothy und lute LnisseH ere paved in line Irnin was 11 harvested threshed a rop a HO wns fine in lough the dry weather cut the yield H little Threshing was finished the inth of Potatoes were a light The prices on farm produce hero are about us follows oats potatoes butter 20 to IjOc per eggs hay to Hops have been the best crop here this A 15acre yard near us changed hands since last season at and the crop has been sold for netting the owner the purchase A milk condensing plant is being put up at Forest Grove at a cost of about and with a capacity for the milk from 4000 The effect is already felt In the strengthening of values on cows and real The forest fires held a reign of terror over this part of the country in the smoke obscur ing the sun for and ashes covered the ground like a light fall of The coal famine does not worry us In the The weather Is fine with frequent light We have an abundance of ripe tomatoes right from the vines pumpkin vines and late corn are green and fresh and tender plants are blooming out of Farmers are busy plowing and We need a little more We hope the elements may conclude to treat you a little more kindly through the coming With regards to all Iowa I close for this LA MIL The Road to Wealth A Dollar deposit will get you one of our Home Savings loaned to you As the Dollar is placed to your Luck in By sending 13 miles of Walton got a box of Jiuck lena Arnica 8alve that wholly cured a horrible fever sore on bin Nothing else Positively cures Corns and Only Guaranteed by Billings You can buy the same thing much cheaper at THE Peoples Savings Fiitsr NATIONAL BANK BUILDINCV Save your dimeBaud and deposit them in dim of our Home Savings and you will soon Inivc an income of your Once each or oftener if you deposit contents with Tun BANK of Interest Paid on Savings We have the Largest We have the Best We make the Lowest The Leading COPYRIGHT Dont Spoil A plump Turkey at Your Dinner by trying to carve him with a poor or carve by vising tin old worn out carving when you can buy a new one for such a low price as we sell Call und see LEACH   

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