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Havelock Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 12, 1893, Havelock, Iowa Pirp Havelock Pocahontas county Iowa january 12 1893. No. 41. Ler prise. In to r y directory. Fuck Tom Justicia or lip Clork. A be. P. Edmund. Tel a. Amp n. W. �?�wb8t. ,7 1 ass. �1 63 . B.28 al t. 8 . I.25 i t. 0 30 . S. F. Or Arke at. By lot al Tori Honi iut int is. It. Troutman pria alternate sunday a sunday oven Long Conn Pretor. 8or. Sunday morning 0. 637 i. O. Of. Ijo Day evening in Ihlen cordially in to. St Ono n. G. We o local interest. A beat the $2,000. Advertisement. A dad Hinckley is wearing a one new fur coat. A a or. Enerett from Tama county picked up a car of Cuttle Here last week. A tiie town Council put a new sidewalk in front of the hotel saturday. Phillip parable was on Tho last grand jury. Or. Ii. Is getting to be a professional in that line. . Ihulse is our new Justice. Lie is wondering where he is to get his books As our democratic Justice refuses to give them up. The Railroad company has just completed a Good sidewalk running from the depot to the hotel. A Geo. Sherman was in town last week looking after his business inter ests Here. \ Board proceedings. A proceedings of the Board of supervisor at january session 1893. Amp go. Ring h Yersin is Etc. You that they pipe Ete Stock �1 re and Jig a goods Are at Iowa. A a a son prop Fec Itonery bid canned Leo Temps Etc. Ind cake a fit ind. Iowa. A., a ski a ii so p ? t see he it Ahorio Fiji Sharp and i h i Fly have logic lies artist. In older tools Plousos Uli. A be irregularities found prompt due Fin if you wish to make Keal estate Loans pay taxes get abstract and insure in Good reliable companies Call on the Bank of Lavelock. 32tf Humboldt Nursery. E. Connor would invite your Atten Tion to his Large Stock of Apple Trees evergreens Small fruits and shrubs. Bend us a list of your needs and get prices before ordering. E. Connor prop. Humboldt Iowa. �?0, w. Madden Lias gone to work for n. W. Mason. A. I. Flint took <1 trip to Laurens tuesday. A some relatives of j. 11. Sheldon Are visiting him this week. A Coto Bias Stamps Are getting numerous. �?11. C. Sowman returned from his trip to Delaware comity last saturday. A our Coal dealers report Coal As Cash these Days. A school began monday last. A Large attendance is reported. A Beers Sale monday waa poorly attended on account of cold weather. A supt. Clark reports business Light on the c. Amp a. A. This month. Of. A. Cook and family had a pleasant time in Benton county visiting Fot several Days. A a. C. Strong has recovered from his sickness. A the new Bank building will be ready for business in about three weeks. A a. B. Sheldon now has the Telephone Headquarters at his drug store. A mrs. Kos Dennis of Rolfe visited several Days in town. A mrs. Jill. Of Laurens visited friends in our town last week. Idney to kidneys As a right s the kidneys of gases leu Cor by weakness la Ottle. A by Medicine co. To. Eases. ,wi0., was mid Kab fiume mind voided his i blur mini degree a Pitt it Vaa terribly Are Tretick h. Throw stint cured Liim. A Iii Lilia lot of eight off Bow Little a of Bevy it ii by Jis it f Ami his leg is i up chem Cataw a fiver Borrs on Hie . One Ami one Box Buck red him entirely i drug store. 3 1 a during the last week or two the and the Coal bin run Down to a very Low Point. A if you can not get to Tho Ollice with your Money Send is u postal note or put anywhere from si.00 to $5.00 in a letter and Send it and we will Send you a receipt for Tho amount. A a a contemporary say the paper is a Little thin thin week something like our wardrobe. Until the business men see it to give it proper support it will continue to be we doubt if this course is calculated to improve the patronage of the paper or of any paper for that matter. To admit that the paper is Quot thin Quot to ask for sympathy because of a depleted wardrobe and then to intimate that the paper and the editor is to be supported is damaging rather than helpful to the paper. A live merchant patronize a newspaper on business principles a live Independent publisher asks it on Lio other grounds. A newspaper made so readable that it invades the Homes of the people will be besieged by the tradesmen and urged to Curry their news. Iii Sery Jfe a a Jar of Supply Jar a Ayock. Send la he it a to it al it orc. A troit habit 4j>ya<iutlnl�-. Re a or Flo it Trio know. Olti Tely irm. Rat ands Poedy a tyo Teate Utt Luv been Quot a old to ovoid a followed. It the Only California Exour Sion business in t he United states is the Phillips Rock Island personally conducted excursions i Bey in a very satisfactory Way meet the re Mauris of the Public for u Quick trip it Cheui rate and it of cuu make this trip with your family or Send your friends by this route Aud depend upon it they will in properly Oure for. This is Hii old it lab ised Oompaul Aud has carried More people Chanall other excursion Odblon Uiese combined. The conductors appointed by this Exon bion Oompaul amm Enebo can be trusted Aud relied upon fed will look after your every Comfort oar next personally and rated Mexcur ainu will Leav it it Dee Moines Kri Duy at 8 18 m., december orb Ami every Way weeks thereafter Osper following dumps peo Ember 2,january nth 20th. Foft spary a j7 and March 3,18 nud 81 Quot write for roles nud of go Quot tank car or apply to it Olms Tiu tidy. Men l . Afi to county auditor h office Pocahontas Iowa monday january 2,1893. The members of the Board of supervisors in and for i Oca Liontas county Iowa convened in the auditor s office january 2,1803. Members present a. Mcewen Alex Peterson f. A. Thompson Sam Powell and t. Doyle. Sam Powell and t. Doyle members elect filed their Certitil Cates of qualification and took their seats of Bembers of the Board of supervisors. The Lioard organized Aud on motion a. Mcewen was elected chairman for the ensuing year. The minutes of the november session were read and on motion approved. On motion the following official Bonds were approved f. G. Thornton county auditor. W. C. Ralston clerk of court. It. D. Bollard county recorder. F. L. Din Sinore county attorney. Moved and carried that the county attorney be instructed to employ c. C. Delle and j. A. O. Yeoman As assistant counsel in the Case of state of Iowa is. Byrnes at an amount not exceeding seventy live dollars Lor such assistance. Moved and carried that the county auditor be instructed to notify a ii papers published in this county to have their lists on lie on or before noon of january oth 18�3, As the county printing for the ensuing year would be let at 1 oct p u1, of 8atne Dollte Bills on Lile were �vaa8�oed cd 1 us Lowed As audited. Board adjourned to meet at 8 o clock a. To Morrow. Tuesday january 3. 1893. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Members All present. On motion the Bond and contract of j. It. Smith for completion of Grade on line Between sections Twenty live 26 and. Twenty six 20thirty five 35 and thirty six 3 102, 34, was approved. Accounts against the county examined and allowed As audited. Board adjourned to meet at 1 o clock p. In. At Khanoon session. Board met pursuant to adjournment. All members present. Bonds of the following township officers were on motion approved d. Vav. Bentley Justice of the peace of Marshall township. A. L. Parker Constable of Swan Lake township. Accounts against Ali county examined and allowed As audited. Board adjourned to meet at 8 o clock a. In. To Morrow. Wodni suday january 4,1803. Board met pursuant to adjournment. All members on motion the Bonds of the following township officers were approved Swan Nelson. Justice of the peace of Bellville township. J. B. Sargent Justice of the peace of Cedar township. S. S. Mai tin Justice of the peace of Cedar township. Jos. Mallison Justice of the Peaco of Cedar township. 0. A. Merrill Justice of the peace of Colfax township. G. A. Henderson Justice of the peace of Clinton Bow ship. Whitman Justice of to lib peace of Clinton township. L. E. Hanson a Justice of the peace of Grant township. D. Mulholland Justice of the peace of Lake township. Frank Reyburn Justice of the peace of Lincoln township. T. L. Dean Justice of the peace of Lincoln . B. Catten Justice of the peace of Lizard township. J. S. Smith Justice of to tip peace of Powhatan township. E. S. Ihulse Justice of the peace of Washington township. F. H. Eaton Constable of Cedar township. De. 11. Ellis Constable of township. A. W. Dart Constable of Cedar township. 1. U. Lothian Constable of. Runton town Jill. Wac. Ilar rim Constable of Clinton township. Jas. Hronek Constable of Center town Alip. O. H. Cost Ubieta of Dover township. Joe Regan Constable o Lacfi Tow it strip. 4 Quot p. W,.smith, Constable of Powhatan township. I i. Smeltzer Constable of Sherman a ,6onsto&e< of w�$>8 j. V. Or. A a a amp Aalfs Lud p. J. Shaw township clerk of Powhatan township. A. W. Carson township clerk of Sherman township. W. O. Sld Well township clerk of Washington township. On motion the annual report of to. L Hopkins Justice of the peace of Swan Lake township was approved. Moved by Peterson and seconded by Doyle that the chairman be authorized to appoint a committee of two to investigate the Case of Annie b. Williams pauper of Webster county formerly of this county and remove said pauper to county poor farm if deemed by them Best. Motion carried. Alex Peterson and t. Doyle were appointed As such committee and instructed to consult county attorney Oln smore before proceeding. Accounts against the county examined and allowed As audited. Board adjourned to meet at 1 o clock. Kate Insoon session Board met pursuant to adjournment. All members present. On motion the resignation of w. E. Wallace As janitor was accepted. Moved and seconded that the proposition of John Tascol to do janitor work in the court House to april 1st. 1893, at a salary of ten $10.00 dollars per month be accepted. Motion carried. Remainder of Lime during session was spent in examining and auditing Bills. Board adjourned to meet at 8 o clock a. M., january 6,1893. Thu misday january 5,1893. Board met pursuant to adjournment All members present i Villa examined and allowed As audited. Board adjourned at 1 a clock p. Site Union session. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Members All present session used in examining Bills an j a ports. Board adjourned to meet at 6 o clock a. M., january Atli 1893. Fiu Oay january 8, 1893. Board met pursuant to a journal members All present. On motion the Bond of James Mccal pin township clerk of Bellville town it hip was a approved. Bills examined and allowed As audited. Board adjourned to meet at i o clock a. Al Teh wogs Board met pursuant to adjournment members All present. This being the time set to let county printing for ii Sung year the lists on tile were examined and found to be As follows Rolfe Liivi Ziluk �on4� times and Laurens Sun. Upon further it was found that the contestant papers had the following number of a Early subscribers residing in Pocahont. Tas county Rolfe Revei lug 744. Fonda times 704. Laurens Sun 047. Moved and seconded that lie Rolfe eve ill Sod Fonda times be made the official Paparo. Of. Foj a ensuing year. Motion carried. Board proceeded to let contract for i printing Blanks stationery Etc., to wit the following to Bruce amp lighter full Sheet Blanks in 100 lots $5.50 per Hundred. One half Sheet Blanks in 100 lots $2.00 per indeed. Three eighth Sheet Blanks in 100 lots $1.60 per Hundred. One fourth Sheet Blanks in 100 its 35 cents per Hundred. One eighth Sheet Blanks in 100 lots 95 cents per Hundred. Numbers 9 and 10 xxx envelopes in 500 Hundred Lota $1.25 per five Hundred. Florence Mills paper 12 Pound letter impels in 500 lots $1.30 per five Hundred. Note Heads f paper in 500 lots $1.00 per five Hundred. Bound receipt books with stub Aud perforated one Hundred in a Book and in lots of $00, $1.20 per five Hundred. Tiie Fol,lowtn5 yj8 awarded to j. A. Faith t number 6 envelopes up qty Toft 75 cents per lot. V numbers 9 an Filo Manilla envelopes in 500 i pub �i.qj9 per lot. P. C. Barren Twenty Fiva bar dockets $24.00. A a it a Blange fixed notice of contest of list of it Orfei Evve a be and Fonda tines but Wylce of with draw Iff Eoff .�40 wept six al cd fuck your wives can run your household Ever so much easier More economically and with infinitely less friction and Domestic i Felicity if Yon will Only buy your dry goods boots and shoes clothing and groceries of g. L. May think this an empty boast or an egotistical claim but Call it what you will we ask a trial to prove its truth or falsity every Dollar you spend with us brings its full return. Every Purchase made of us is appreciated. We do not assume that you cannot buy elsewhere. You Are not be Holden to us. Hence we pay Money in this Way to seek your patronage. The next time you need anything we keep please see our Stock and get our prices. Not Quot before purchasing Quot but before purchasing. V i s. H. Gill. J. C. citizens Bank. Gill amp Potter proprietors. A general banking business transacted. Taxes , loan and insurance agents. Buyers and shippers of live Stock. A Choice lot of improved farms amp wild lands Fob Sale lands shown free of charge to intending purchasers. Jig est Market Price paid for cattle and hogs. Pocahontas county Iowa. Gents tour committee appointed by you Quot at your september session to look Over z ports of county officers Ana school fund luaus As made by the auditor met the auditor s office on the 21st Day 0 september 1892, acid looked Over the satan and would report that Wea prov or All reports of county officers and 0f those school fund Loans As Are marked approved Viz numbers 620, 521, 522, 523, 524 525 526,627 and 628. We also met on november 28, 189j and approved of school numbers 529, 530, 532 and 534, and also 0f reports of fees. Signed a. Mcewen / a. A. To loss son Icom Board adjourned to meet at i o clock afternoon session. It toward met pursuant to adjournment. All members present. On motion the following reports were approved Joseph Mallison Justice of the peace Cedar township. J. B. Sargent Justice of the peace Cedar township. Whitman Justice of the peace Clinton township. Swap Nelson Justice of the peace Bellville township. D. W. Bently Justice of the peace Marshall township. J. S. Smith Justice of the peace Powhatan township. Auditor s report of warrants issued during vacation. Auditor s report of fees collected $50.00. Sheriff s report of fees collected during year 1892, $693.51. Deputy sheriff s report of fees collected during year 1892, $338.82. Treasurer s report of fees collected during Vear 1892, $5.40. On motion the petition of w. Al. Lothian for pay for a horse killed was Laid Over. Board awarded contract for printing As bid off and instructed the auditor to procure Bonds and contracts from each party Bonds in the sum of one Hundred dollars to accompany each contract. Board adjourned to meet at 1 o clock p. Monday january 9,1893. Continued next telc Loans insurance real estate farm Loans at 6 per it. Annual interest a specially we loan at lowest rates a Fig Sonal chattel and real estate Security. Bursting of a Sand Box. The danger that lurked in an innocent a l Oil. Bolten had spent the Winter wandering among the West India islands and when he got Back had a Medley of curiosities which he had picked up in Liis travel among1 them were All sorts of Beans and pods of tropical Trees and of hij former were Ohn Cro a Beans the Vairy Ilie Quot Jorse Eye Job s tears i Ritj of Jerg Tejere were the Long Pabl Java lie pm Msj of Tolje ciims6 i Fly a c. It. It h. A Farmer Thompson amp hels Ell props. I. A if a of aet i to it it ii Hier. Thomas ans Stan use kit a. Havelock Iowa. You sell we sell Oram if it Ltd Timve it und Are unix inns to tint the Best tin ctr Paible for a it or Pori mph Yon Are in need of and Coal and of course nut the Best if so come to us a Yarc ii Ubu i on he Market a Fri Cibij to Lionil n a ruin it tue Fin of in Ivi Ivr Roadie Row. Why cd by t of All kinds As Well is Coal and in both in have u Large Stock Olko to buy to to buy having bout lit it it it . I shall carry a Jarge Stool of lumber o. Al c. H. Collins. Coal business As heretofore. Gall and see . East a Levator Havelock Iowa Ano Ops for Mem a of by a amp it. Llo Arad a4jo< a. M., january Saturn to Armei in so Toady 7, 1898. adjournment. A piment it. In a cd a pret Cassia pc of pod a Jieh rattled win Day Clio collate was Insi Ilij them and he also had twp Ppd of tie tree by Vrionis Sturis of jousts mph the be bsds Ile Erly yet Rifo Mijs or onto top to in Odom o �p4 to Jese twi Quot a if Platoe s of he nip a Lack Uei Tays the smaller Beans finding 1 ooi<1 Romni them molten was a a Natty Man a much his Mant Ethelf in his Fie pm arranged these treasures presided of cd by four statuettes of nude goddesses. The vegetable ornaments of the Shell were the most innocent looking things imaginable and he never dreamed for a a pm it that nature was still Busy Wal go it to perfect pm Rair a i Ife Wii if work and was sleeping the sleep of to lib just he was awakened by what he thought was a pistol shot in his room. At the same time missiles were flying All around. As he jumped out of i Jig lit the Gas there was p. A a dec and a pop sign a44 this to Fife Yas Vej. I Perez with All sorts of missiles the carpet was strewn with objects which were not pleasant to tread on and in his anxiety to escape them and get at the Jet he nearly broke the Small toe of his right foot by jamming it against a chair leg. He nursed it affectionately but sadly for some time swearing in undertones but afraid to give loud expression to his pent of feelings lest there might be a fusillade. At last like a eat walking Over hot by leks he reached the Jet and lighted Julie Gas. Cd he treasures of the mantelpiece of else about the room. The goddesses had been hurled f rom their High places and looked like Llo Man remains headless and armless. The lacquer trays were in Small plecs while the pods and Beans were scattered All Over the Root. The Goblet had even been bronc in Toje wat of was standing in puddle about thu carpet the Sand to had vanished. He searched around carefully. Thero was no Trace so far As he could see of the explosions. He gathered. Up his broken and scattered treasures finding among them segments of the eau boxes and then leaving the Gas alight tried to sleep. Of Tho strange occurrences he said not a word to his friends. The other Day a Friend was in his rooms and looking Over the collected remnants remarked Quot hello hero Are pieces of a Sand Quot what 1b that Quot Quot Well it s the fruit of a tree that pm san pee Luty amp i Ifo ifs he Mei jul in to to to pwt is it it Quot he Days before blotting paper was a Iyo need for Sand Boici. The weds Weill ph1 of the Center and the it = Jih Eft filled a path Sand. It is rather a Box a a weep Asil Del what do you Man Quot this is the fruit of Hura credit and a Virga tree some Foj a a like the tue a a Fyee of p is Chi try. Soon As to Quot a eed is Ripe if explodes Yilth 4 report Ilfe pm r the seeds a�4 a Ell of the pt4 Belg scat Tojo diff a. Pm pfc Ifft fore Ihus Iez a Pilosian Brakea mite a
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