The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1891 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 3, 1891
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ARRIVAL iftd DEPARTURE Of CHICAGO, MlLWAtfKfifc AKD St. PAUL, ««*» it*!*, . L No, it»*ttdtttfef < ,, t> f<C2Bffl NO. & 1>Ml6ng6r .................ii.o 4:37 IB In No. n freight file n, n No. u way freight ll:4fiam no, 6 freight....... 8:17 p m ' 0011*0 MAST. No. 2 passenger ...10:20 am NO, 4passenger.. , . 9:30pm No, 10 way freight ....12:15 » m No. 14 freight, 2:30 p m No. Sfrelght... .10:65p m Chicago & Northwestern K'y. OOIKO NORTH AND WB8T. Freight accommodation 0 :5S a m Chicago Mall and Express 4:05 p ffl ,. OOtNO SOUTH AN1> JCAST, Freight accommodation 7 :35 p m Chicago Mail and Express 12120 p m Chicago passenger reaches Des Molnos at 7 p. in., Chicago e :50 a. m., and Kansas city S:3n a, in. Tickets for sale to all points in the •Jnited States and Canada, PROFESSIONAL A BUS1MSS DIRECTORY. B, J. DANSON. W, 0. DAN8OK. DANSON BROS., A TTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. Office Over Comstock's. B. F. EEED, A TTORNEY- AT-LAW, Algona, Iowa. Office in the Ualbraith block, JAS. BARE, M. D., P HYSICIAN and SURGEON. ALGONA, IOWA. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., P HYSICIAN and SUWJEOtf. Office next door to Ford's Warehouse, Algona, Iowa. w. K. H. MOUSE. J. M. PRIDE. MORSE & PRIDE. ALGONA, IOWA. G. T. WEST, M. D M P HYSICIAN and SURGEON, Algona, Iowa, Office in the Republican building. DR. L A. SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. , Prescriptions niled. Deals In paints, oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Corner of State and Thorlngton streets Algona. Iowa. T. J. FELLING, M. D. P HYSICIAN and SURGEON. ''Consultation in English and German. Office and residence over Goetch's drug store, Whittemore, Iowa. E. E. Sayers, D. V. M., west of the Thorington House, Algona.Iowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. For information m regard to lauds in Northwestern Iowa, write to the Real Estate and Abstract Office of GEO. C. CALL, ALGONA. — IOWA. A. D. CLARKE & CO. FARM LOANS. ABSTRACTS. Charles Rooswall, PAINTER. Orders by postal card promptly attended to. Eesidence south of Sponberg's tailor sliop. Algona Iowa. F. E. FOSTER, IB B E ZE3! Opposite Court House, Algoua, Iowa. first class in every particular. Kossuth County Bank, ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, - $50,000. Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. , IOWA, torsfS, 1891,' KOSSUTH 00, MARKETS. Market reports from every town In the cc ' published feguiatig each week, Bep om Wesley and Luvernfl are made Tues m- lorn"Wsfey 'and EuVeTHift'are'niade fuesilay evening. Reports from Whittemore, Bancroft, Burt And Alaona made Wednesday mofuing. To Correspondents: Be careful to quote the prices actually paid the day the report is made. ALGttKA Oats I .84 Corn Egge 12 Cattle. $2.00 @ $5.00 Wheat .85 Fhu 95 .40 Butter .12 Hogs 4.00 Barley 56 Potatoes.. 40 @ .60 WHITTEMOftE. (No change reported since last week.) Oats 40 Corn Eggs 11. Cattle $8.50 @ $4.00 Wheat 80 Flax 1.00 .60 Butter 18 Hogs $4.25 Barley 50 Hay, loose .. $6.00 WESlEY. Oats .......... $.85 Com ........ .40 Eggs ........... 12 Butter ......... 12 Cattle ........ 8.50 Hogs ........ 4.00 Wheat .......... 85 Barley ........ 45 Flax ............ 00 Timothy ..... 90 Hay, ........................ loose 4.00 HURT. Oats ......... $.85 Corn ........... 42 Eggs ........... 18 Butter 16 @ .12 Cattle ...... $4.00 Hops ......... $4.00 Wheat ......... 00 Barley.. .50® .50 Flax .......... $ .95 Hay .......... 0.00 Butter .......... 12 Oats ............. 36 Potatoes ........ 75 Hogs. . .$3.75 @ 3.80 Eggs .......... 10 Corn ......... 40 Wheat. .. .90 @ .94 Wild hay. . . . 6.00 JjlT VKRNK. (No change reported since last week.) Oats .......... $ .40 Corn ........ $ Eggs ........... 11 Cattle ......... 4.00 Wheat ......... 85 Hay .......... 5.00 .50 Butter ........ 12 Hogs ........ 4.00 Barley ....... .50 Flax ......... 1.00 LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. W. H. INGHAM, President. J. B. JONES, Vice President. LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier, Directions—W. If. Ingham, Jno. G, Smith, J. B. Jones, T, Chrischilles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wads worth. Barnet Devine. Farm for Sale. 120 acres near the village of Burt. Partly improved. For sale at a bargain. Inquire at Republican office. The call *6t cMf|Bntttm 5 ai QnbC Id ' TThie Hl-..-- btfts b&esli potiid until Erld The tojbftrdof- _ session this week, ftdjo evening. , Foil report .of proceedings Crops are looking better. Dwight Hine has gone to the lakes on a fishing excursion. The EEPUBLICAN has gone into the department business. J. R. Thornton is around again, after a spell of sickness. B. A. Myers is in from Chicago, for a few days, on business. J. F. James, of Des Moines, was in town the first of the week. C. B. Paul and wife, were over from Whittemore, Decoration Day. The REPUBLICAN is the best advertising medium in Kossuth county. Send your job work to the REPUBLICAN ofBce and have it done right. Maggie F. Blaire, of Emmetsburg, is visiting in the family of Rev. Bowen. E. F. Clarke and Geo. R. Woodworth two of Bancroft's hustlers, were in town Monday. A little girl was born, Friday, to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Slagle. Mother and child doing well. L. Tuttle, of Englewood, Illinois, formerly of Algona, was in town Monday and Tuesday. Another good rain Tuesday night. The prospects for good crops this year are excellent and growing better. Elmer Slagle has at last been given a permanant route. He runs from Des Moines to Humboldt and return. M. F. Randall went to Cedar Rapids Sunday night to attend a meeting of the Grand lodge of the A. F. and A. M. E. G. Ball and wife of Illinois are visiting the family of Marsh Stephens Mrs. Ball is a sister of Mrs. Stephens. Will Price went to his old home in Illinois Monday night in answer to a telegram telling of the illness of his sister. Mrs. R. A. Palmer with her mother and two children has gone to Ipswich, Dakota, on a visit, to be absent several weeks. • , Prof. Sifert, Carl Oleson, Wm. Gray and Editor Ford of Wesley, drove over to Algona Friday evening to witness the medal contest. Address by President Harvey, of the State Temperance Alliance at the Court House hall to-morrow night. Hear him, everybody. Dr. Sheetz has his soda fountain in operation and is turning out an extra good beverage if a newspaper man is any judge of soda water. Bert Edmonds made a trip to Elmore on his wheel last Saturday. He left Algona early in the morning arriving at Elmore about noan. Work has been prosecuted by the street commissioner in the way of repairing sidewalks since' the edict of the council Saturday night. , On Sunday morning Rev. Bowen will preach a sermon on "Prayers out of a Book," or "The Prayer Book Reason Why." All are invited to attend. Children's Day exercises of the M. E. church have been postponed one week, bringing them on the third Sunday in June. They will probably be held in the evening. Dr. Ban- reports the rainfall of Saturday night and Sunday morning as eight-tenths of an inch. Vegetation of all kinds, in consequence of the rain, is looking up. Never was rain more welcome. I would call attention to the fact that I am located here permanently, for the manufacture and sale of cemetery work in Marble, Granite and Stone. I now have and intend to Veep iu stock a fair lioe of finished Monuments, Headstones, etc., and will guarantee all work to be equal to the best. I am the only manufacturer of cemetery work iu Kossuth Co. Therefore, ple«*fc give me a call before placing your order and be connoted that by fair and honorable dealing, I am worthy jour patrootyje. ALGONA MARBLE WORKS, QEO. 8H6LLEY, Proprietor, BMt mii» it.. Algontt, low*. Coleman Chubb is so as to be around part of the time, and right glad his many Mends are, to see him out again. During the week, he has been visited by a brother-in-law, from Wisconsin, Dr. Harris. licensed to matry^Theodore Carrel and Clara peVine, W. J. 1 Brunsott and Leoltt Lambei'tson, Albert Carrel and Adelia Devine, H. 0. Bttell and Rena Lacy. Dr. Morse reports several severe cases of diphtheria at Irviagton. An eighteen months old child of 3ST. Swanson died last Saturday with the disease, and there is a serious case in the family of a Mr. McClellan who lives about a mile west of Irvington. At a meeting of the Kormal School board Monday evening a committee was appointed to consult with Prof. McCoIlum and get a proposition relative to the management ' of the school next year. The committee meets with the Professor this afternoon, Mrs. A. Hough leaves for Omaha tomorrow, where she will join her sister, Mrs. Bipelow, and the two will then proceed to California to visit their mother and other relatives in San Jacinto. Mrs. Hough will be gone some three months and Mrs Bigelow will remain indefinitely. F. F. Morgan, of the Cumberland, Wisconsin, Advocate, who was visiting his father-in-law, Geo. B. Bacon, last week— left for home Friday afternoon. He is highly pleased with Iowa— Kossuth county especially, and thinks it a first class place to stop at permanently. He is about right. The Iowa Methodist conferences meet this year, with bishops in attendance as follows: Muscatine, September 2, Bishop Foss; Northwest Iowa, Ft. Dodge, September 16, Bishop Ninde; tipper Iowa, Davenport, September 30, Bishop Vincent; Des Moines, September, 16, Bishop Foss. . Attention is called to the card of Dr. Felling, of Whittemore, which appears for the first time in this issue of the REPUBLICAN. The doctor has onty been in Whittemore a few months but has built np a good practice in that short time. He will give consultation in either English or German. The hammer and nail social, at the Congregational church, Thursday evening, was a pleasant gathering. From the work done, it is very evident that there are some good apprentices for the carpenter trade, among the ladies, and some creditable apprentices for dressmakers, among the gentlemen. Elmer Slagle came up Monday from Des Moines and found that his family had increased one during his absence to his great surprise and delight. Elmer's run is from Des Moines to Humboldt. He will have three days off and be home every night. He will move his family to Bes Moines in a few weeks. At the Demorest Medal contest last Friday evening the medal was awarded to Erma Clarke, the decision being satisfactory to the entire audience. The judges were Prof. Barslou, of Britt, Prof. McC'ollum, of the Normal school, and a Prof. Burgett, of Fairfield. Nebraska, who happened to be in town on business. W. A. Ladend&rf has moved his restaurant over on State street and is occupying the old store building just east of the post ofiice, formerly occupied by F. W. Dingley. Notice his ad in this issue. Mr. Ladendorf makes it a point to keep a good line of the best of every thing always on, hand. His candies and fruits are always fresh. Two interesting social events are to occur today— the marriages of Hardy O. Buell, of Burt, to Miss Rena Lacy, of this city, and of W. C. Brunson to Leola Larnbertson, both of Algona. All four young people are well known, and highly esteemed. Mr and Mrs. Buell will leave tbis evening, for Albany, Wisconsin, to be absent about one month. -Further particulars of both weddings will be given next week. C. B. Matson went to Emmetsburg last Monday to investigate the truth of the rumor as to< the beauty of the Emmetsburg school ma'ams— so he told a REPUBLICAN reporter at the train. It was stated in one of the Emmetsburg papers that the Emmetsburg school' ma'ams far outshone the Algona teachers in point of beauty. Birch declares that the Emmetsburg people will have- to take that statement back if he finds out that it is not true. The average daily temperature last week was 6;® below normal. Light frosts were reported in all districts in the state on these mornings. The rainfall wa* very slight and not well distributed'. Considerable replanting of corn will be made necessary by the depredations of the cut worm. The crop outlook in general is more promising than at the corresponding, date in 1890. Next week's Crop BuKetin will have a much more encouraging report to make for northern Iowa on account of our recent copious rains. At the meeting of the council last Saturday evening a petition by €feo. B. Bacon et al for a side walk to run as follows:— Beginning at the $e corner of block 24 running thence east to the ne corner of block 226 of Call's add was referred to committee on s^'eetsand alleys. The street commissioner was authorized to employ men and commence on Monday, June 1st to put all side walks in the city in first .cjass condition and charge the cost thereof to abutting property owners. r |*toe water works committee was empowered to send for aa expert to examine the well if deemed advisable. Council adjourned without further business of particular interest. wf&th 1 . the aiy tost- n , iotidiy ;the,at%M&iieS have been tnnch greater. The <_ _ gatlottal ehttreB was well (dwrdadTiw the morning mogranl, whleh was cat- ried ottt aa published lost week. After the reading of the roll of honor b* Adjutant Ctock, Cot. MiiO Sh&rtttan, Of Fredericksburg, Iowa, delivered the oration of the day, Col, Sherman is '-tone of the boys who were there," and his speech was particularly appreciated by the members of the G. A. H,, to whom it was especially addressed, He has lost none of the enthusiastic patriotism that took him into the army and to the front in 1801, and all'who were •capable of being moved by patriotic sentiments and impulses did not fall to catch the spirit of the speaker. If .any old time copperheads were present in the audience they perhaps did not enjoy Col. Sherman's part in the exercises. He believes that a copperhead who stayed in the rear and helped to send Union soldiers to their death in '61 is m just about as much of a traitor at heart % to the old flag now as then and deserving of about the same consideration as of old. Lack of space this, week makes it impossible for us to give even an abstract of the speech, which we Would otherwise gladly furnish our readers. It was a speech by an old veteran to the "boys" who had fought and suffered together and was full of feeling eloquence. The column was formed at 1:80 in the afternoon and the march was made to the cemetery in the following order: Co. F followed by Sons of Veterans. Then came Comrade Tellier'st Boy Zouaves, followed by little girls with flowers, and lastly the G. A. R. Post of Algona and visiting veterans. The ceremonies of the day were concluded with the usual exercises at the soldiers' square in the cemetery from the G. A. R. ritual,and an address by Commander Bailey of the G. A. R. School Graduation. Following is a partially completed program of the exercises of the senior class of the high school, who will be graduated on the evening of June 12tb, at 8 o'clock, at the- Congregational church. Class honors are not yet decided upon. Complete program will be published next week. Oration ----- . ........ The Law of Compensation »B ETTA RANDALL. Oratlou ........... Heyond tft« Alps Lleth Italy MYBTLK NICOUMN. Oration .......... ...... ............... A Name MAOOIK WXNKKL. Oration .................................. . ____ .uie CUBA RKKI>. Oration ................... •....Triumph Hours LAUKA TBNNANT. Music will be interspessed by pupils ef the school, under th* direction of Miss Fahnestock. -' WtatWf.JtoflftiA - ana J»edfcle are birty tnotlttg buildln iatd towin Saturday a Ueaae 1 was moved in ffOm Hancock county belonging toJLon Hill. B. J. flldgoofl id ptitlinK up a house out on the Call addition, and Charley Sfcagg Is getting ready, to build a dwelling. ". The store building of II. McCtitcheti isi nearihg completion and it will be one of the fittest store rooms In town, Me- Cutchen will be here this week with a large stock of goods. This makes five good general merchandise stores and plenty of patronage for all. M. Taylor is building an addition to the drug store to be used as an office by Dr. J, E. Hill. Geo. Frink is ornamenting the grain building with red paint, ay, from Washington, it). C., hia brothers here. Ed. Kunss erected two more buildings in town last weekt Lucien Tuttle, of Chicago, visited his brother here a short time Friday. Mr. Campbell, a conductor on the B. C. R. &K.. was here last week looking for breaking teams to turn over a quarter section of land northeast of town. Freeman Ash, Sr., has sold his repair shop to Mr. White, who will use it to OLD SETTLERS' MEETING. A basket .dinner will be one of thei attractions at the Old Settlers' meeting which will be held at the court house in Algona June 10, 1893t, Let everybody be ready to do the part assigned to him on<the following program, and there can be no doubt but that the meeting will be an interesting one: PKOGBAM. Meeting at the court house at M> :30 A. M. Music. Committee on music, if. M. Taylor, Mrs. .1". E. Stacy, Mrs. Moris uhaptii, Miss-Emma Zsihlten. Renewing old acquaintanceship and visiting. Basket dinner at 12 M. AFTERNOON. Music at 1 P. an Opening address A, A. Call. Iowa Hoys in Blue .„... Horace Schenck. Music. Paper—Realities of the Past ana Possibilities ol the Future Mrs. (J. Cowles. This will be followed by five minute speeches from George Call, Harvey Inghum, A. U Seely, Mrs. H. If. Watson. E. N. Weaver. J. K. Blackford, Joe Crose, Mrs. Eugene Clark, Adam Fisher. Henry Patterson, M.. J>e L. Parsons, John Reed, Tom Robinson,. Emma Ueckart, Jerome Stacy, Mrs, Orose, Du. tiheutz, Nathan Pine, David King, f*. lieecK Uavid Sample, Wm. Orniiston, Mrs. Dr. Gariield, K. .1. HiiDt. Mrs, 0. A. luuham. Bircu Matsou,.). B, .Tones. August Zuhlteu, A. 1), Clark, C. C. Clmbb. Mrs.. (Jolerntui Chubb, James Hoo.dersou, O. Mluk- ler, John Heckart, Moris ciutpiu, Joe. Thompson, Mrs. Altwegg, Mrs. John Winkle, Mrs. lin, Hudson. Music. ! By order of Committee. ; BKMTHA CAREY, Sec.- The Temperance Convention. Every indication looks in the tion of a large attendance upon tJie temperance convention to be held here tomorrow. We are confident in assuring everyone of an interesting and. enthusiastic meeting,. Judge Harvey, of Des Moines. president of the Iowa Stete Temperance Alliance, will be present at both sessions and deliver an address in the evening. It is not a delegate convention; everybody is invited to come. Parties coiaoing from a distance are promised entertainment by the people of the town. We republish tibe call this week. If you are interested in the enforcement of the law and the salvation of prohibition, try and be present at both sessions of the convention tomorrow. If uothing else is accomplished, the moral effect of a large attendance of the friends of prohibition at the meeting will be worth something. exhibit machinery in. The Alliance store is doing business with Geo. Hall as manager. We called' on John Atkinson, the manager of the new lumber yard, and saw the new fence machine in operation. It works to perfection. Wesley will celebrate the 4th im great style this year. The third M. E. quarterly meeting will be held June 6 and 7 at Elwell, 7 miles north of town, conducted by ROT. Black. Preparations, are being matte for a large turn out. IKVINGTON. Special Correspondence. InviNGTON, June 2.—Our community is in a higji state of excitement owing to the cases of diphtheria in our midst. Two families are quarantined. Sadie McClellan has been very low with diphtheria the past few days but is slowly recovering. Mrs. S. R. Raiiey, living east of town, who for some time has been very sick, is slowly recovering. The latest fad in our city is midnight serenades by a quartette of young bloods. We willi not mention any names. There were no services at the Presbyterian church last Sabbath on account ®£ the diphtheria.. Our schools have been closed on ac- eount of the diphtheria in this vicinity. Mrs. L. J. Clarke, of Eagle Grove, •who has been visiting relatives in this vicinity the past week, returned home Tuesday. Chas. Bates is the champion fisherman of this burg. Ask him how much liis last fish weighad and what kind it was. It is nothing singular of late to see a S«ung man start out in the evening ar- isiyed in a black silk stove-pipe hat, and return later iiitlie evening with a aed bandanna adorning his cranium. It is seldom that a man threshes two crops of grain in one summer, but such will probably be the case with D. Sample this season as he threshed out some iwo or three hundred bushels of oats Monday, having stored it in his barn during the winters. * , DIED—Lena Swanson, two years old, idaughter of N, Swanson, section foreman of this place-, died of diphtheria May 30th after an< illness of only three days. The bereaued parents have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community in their sad hour of affliction. USD YARD. Special (Correspondence. LvpYAitp, June2.—With abundance of rain during the week, prospects and faces look more'hopeful. W. C, Dansoaand Dr. Pride of 'Al- gona'were in town Wednesday. John LegwM was called home Thursday by a telegram announcing the illness of his wife. Miss Clara Burroughs teacher in the- Kenitz distuict spent Sunday in Algona. Bert Edmonds stopped on his bicycle trip froin A-lgo-na to Elmore Saturday and took Sa a few of the sights of Ledyard. Miss Dobsott of Blue Earth city, who has been spending a few days with her brother returned home Monday, Mrs. S. H. Grannis of Mankato, a 8«irllietfc's new hot up and make a flfie shd. - tfirn Hofius speitf part of la'sfc under the City last fort Rev. Bowen went to Sioux week, to take the examination forthe Priests orders before the board of examining chaplains. His ordination will take place at Fort Dodge the last Sunday in this month. Regular meeting of W. C. T. U. and Reading Room association will be held in the reading room, Friday afternoon at three o'clock. A large attendance is desired, as there is business of importance to be attended to. We have the exclusive sale of Lilly Bracket's, men's fine shoes, in Kangaroo, cordovan, and calf skin. P- S. CHEAP OIL is among the mfcelpg, but CHEAP flour aod sugar have come to stay awhile, ~ • Beat Patent flour per sack. 91 46 Halt " "" •*•..Straight ~" ' floe grwulatedeugarfor," Catarrh, neuralgia rheumatism and most diseases originate from impure blood. Cleanse it, improve it, purify it with De Witt's Sarsaparilla and health is restored, strength regained. Sold by Sheetz, We have a aice line of G, A. R. Indigo Blue suits, at bottom prices see them before Decoration day. Gap. L, GAMBitAiTg<fe Go. MONEY to loan on chattel security, E. V. Our $8.00 men's fine shoes, in soft Dongola, are the best in the city. Stylish and durable. _ F. 8. SYOUQH. Purifies the blood, increases the circulation, expels poisonous humors and builds up the system. What more do you wawt a medicine to perform? DuWitt's Sarsaparilla is reliable. gpM fry Sheets. n Our equaled any where, widths. GBP. Ii. spent a f&w days with hey sister,. Mrs. Kie-ndall, recently. i Tho question now is; Who goes to; the show? Why don't you come to the Ledyainl store? If they don't use you wel, they will pay you for it. Mr. Calkins arrived here Monday to enter upon his duties as lumber agent for Z. Roberts. A new depot will soon be commenced at Ledyard the middle of the week, Mr, Reeser, who is'to take charge of it arrived Monday and will proceed at once to build a house, And soon shall we hear the patter of the school-ma'am^ shingle on insubordinate breeches. And thus we boom* UNION. Special Correspondence. UNK>N Twp., June8!.-rUnl0» turned out generally to decorate, Let all good temperance people use their influence in %e rP ' by being present at the Mass „._ June 4. Although you, nxay bw husband, father, b needs your special $§r tbftt jnawy -"- . , June 2.«-The pomtlifc- ion of Whlttetnore is increasing. p • A boy baby was born to Mr. and Mrs, John Koch last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rush are rejoicing over a young daughter. Mrs. W. A. Crone presented her husband with a young son last week. A baby girl came to John Winchle) last Sunday, _ .A daughter was born to Mr. andMrsT Horace Brune Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas; McKenzie are happy over a little girl, born last week* Henry Munch is very low at present and cannot recover. Drs. Pride of Algona and Davles of Emmetsburg were called for consultation in the case with Dr. Fellittg last Sunday evening. Little Amanda Weisbrodt has been very sick with Typhoid fever but is on the mend. Richard Hatch who has been sick for some time past is up and arottnd again. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Paul expect to' spend the summer vacation in Algoaa. A little girl of Mr. Benson's west oi town, was badly poisoned by eating some wild roots last week but has re>* covered. Medical assistance had to be called. Dick Malone, our station-agent, is* still rusticating in Dakota, but is expected back, soon. Mr. O. M, Case, of Spencer, looks after the interests of the C. M. and St. P., during his- absence. r Doctor Felling's professional card appears in this issueof the RKPXIBMCAK Read Beattie's advertisement in this issue. Lettie Munch, who has been absent/^ several weeks visiting friends in Wis-,, consin, was called home last week by' the serious illnes of her fattier. ,' L, Tuttle, of Chicago, was in town the fore part of the week, shaking hands with many friends. Mr: Yale's family moved into their commodious new dwelling last week. Mrs, J. M. Farley, on April 28th, planted radish seeds, and May 28th just one month later, had the satisfactions^ pulling and placing on her table goodisized radishes from her own garden. , Mr:.and Mrs.'. G. Wright, of West Bendj vdsited this town last week. Presiding Elder Black gave us a very interesting sermon last Sunday af terneon, after which the Lord's sup- per was. administered to several communicants. The ls»g looked for and prayed for rain made its appesvrance Saturday- night and again last night. It came ' in the shape of a good, soaking down-^ pour and meant naoriey in the pockets * of everyone. • E. A. Tuttle and wife, of Clear Lab have been spending a few days wit friends io Whittemore, returning hom Monday. Some ®t our citizens attended' participated in the memorial exer last Saturday at Algona. A car.-Joad of potatoes- was from this place Mond'ay. They are now woBto 30 cents a bushel. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eagler of Em- metsbuug, have been visiting at the- bedside'Of their uncle Mr. Munch, for a day or two. Master Earl Samson has sent out invitations to his nqmeroos little friends of this place to attend a party given at his home this afternoon. The children 1 are anticipating a happy time, The-Algona meat wagon, which has been making "biweekly" visits to our town, is not as well patronized as expected 1 . We have not much use for imported meat unless it be of the best quality. The Ladies' Aid Society will meet this week Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Thompson. All come early for work> Mrs. Dr. Phelps, of Mallard, baa been vising her husband and friends hecet during the past week. The doc* tor wishes to move his family here, but as yet, has been unable to find vacant: rooms. If some enterprising citizen with, capital, and the best interests of QUIT town at heart, would invest a little of has surplus, in the erection of a " dwelling houses, he would be di ing a very commendable spirit* are much in need of improveme; this respect, as it is almost impo for a new comer to find a home able to his needs. Mrs. Leach has been numbered the sick ones for the last two wee: morej but we are glad to state improved at present. Geo, E, Boyle returned from „„, Tuesday morning, wither be had called to attend, the funeral mother, Wc> Boyle has the sw of a large circlei of friends/ sorry $o learn that his wife's b not gujfeasgoodaH it Wfts , X#<Ue# Have Tried Jt, .4.B««fther of my. ladl C ust it In , be without for wany timea its t who art '

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