The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on July 1, 1891 · Page 4
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and DEMURE of TRAIHS, GttKJAGO, MILWAUKEE AKD if. PAtTL, WMT. ........... ...... . freight ........... . .............. 8:17 p m p PMsenger... ................. 9:80pm wa freight ................... lS:lB»m a:«opm in ay o*, u /night No, 8 freight ......................... 18:86 Chicago & Northwestern R'y, _ OOIKO NORTH JlHD . Freight accommodation .............. 9 :B5 a » CUawo Mall and Express ........... 4 :05 p m «, _j .... OOINO SOUTH AHW KABT. .Freight accommodation ............. 7 :J5 n m Chicago Mail and Express ............ 12 :ao p in Ohi«ago passenger reaches Des Molnes at 7 p. »., Chicago 6. -co a. rn., and Kansas City T :3 ? t *i n J: T1 °Kets for sale to all points in the •Julted States and Canada. «ta=re , IOWA, JTOT 1,1891. KOSSUTH CO. MARKETS. eports from eter? town in th last! rid baby at W. C. Daneon's since Monday morning. county publsheS regularly each iresk. from Wesley and LuVenm are made Tuesda evening . Reports from WhUtemore, Hurt aud Alsona made Wednesday morning. To Correspondents: Be careful to quote the price* actually paid the day the report Is made! PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY, It. Ji BANSOJf. W. 0. DAN9ON. DANSON BROS., A TTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. Office Orer Comstock's. B. F. REED, A TTORNKY- AT-LAW, Algoua, Iowa. *ee in tho (ialbrntth block, Of- Oats Eggs " .11 Cattle.$2.00 @ $4.00 Wheat 80 Flar 00 AtGONA. f .25 Corn 40 Butter .. 18@ .14 Hogs 8.80 Barley 60 Potatoes 60 Mr. and Mrs. Buell have from their wedding tour. i)rs. Morse and Pride were c&n«rt t/» Whittemore this Messers Bacon, Nicholson, and Cork Burt, of were in town Monday, Mrs. John Grove Is visitlnc mother at Anamossa, this Week. her WmiTEMORE. (No change reported since last week.) Oats 40 Corn Eggs. .50 Cattle $3.50 @ $4.00 Wheat 80 Flax 1.00 Butter 18 Hogs Barley Hay, loose $4.25 50 $6.00 Mr. W. ft. Parkespf Evanston Illinois, is visiting at A. t>. ClarkeT A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Anton Jurgensen last Sunday. There is another little boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tromlee; Rev. Erie CterfleW of-Humboldt Iowa is visiting his nephew Dr. Gar Court house hall is closed for everv- thing but '-County purposes" &to*+ Jan. ? 1st next, what willTe do for a T. A. Butterfleid's house, d^^KLHI 1 ^! 0 ^ -- ai?LS 1 % ftad ^ft ebfennejr badly hurt e tastes were P. Ward, of tTnion township, took out one of Bradley & Nicbulins best When a he must two-seated buggies Friday, man can't ride on a bicycle have a four-wheel*r. J. S. Gallagher and Robt. Welter, of Wesley, were in the County seat. Monday. TVESIEY. (Ne change reported since last week.) Oats $ .27 Corn Eggs 12 Dattle 4.50 Wheat 75 Flax 85 Hay, 35 Butter 10 Hoes Barley .. Timothy 4.00 50 90 loose 5.00 JAS. BARR, M. D., P HYSICIAN and SURGEON, Ar.no ALGONA, IOWA. L. K. GAKFIELD, M. D., P HYSICIAN and SUKGEOK. Office next «oor to Ford's Warehouse, Algona, Iowa. . E.- H. MOKSB. , r . M . PBIDK. MORSE & PRIDE. ALQONA, IOWA. G. T. WEST, M. D., ^ 01 ,*^ and SURGEON. Algona, Iowa, Office in the l£cpubli«su« Butter .......... 10 Oats ............. 86 Potatoes ........ 75 Hogs. . .$3.75 @ 3.80 Eggs ........ 12 Corn ......... 40 Wheat ____ 90@.94 Wild hay. . . .6.00 Miss N. Garton a former Missionary lMt enain * in thj Oats... Eggs.. Cattle. Flax... Hay .., BANCROFT. $ .30 Cora 12 2.50 @ 5.00 90 6.00 $ .85 Butter 12 Hogs 4.00 Barley 40 Wheat 75 LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. Try us for line job work. Geo. Annis came up from Des Moines last Friday. Constable Tuttle and W. E. Ward are at Bancroft this painting Dr. Cutler's new residence. Married, June 30th, by justice S. A. Thompson, Mr. Samuel G. Maine and Mrs. Alice L. Kenson, all of Alffona. • T ^ e call for Sons of Veteraas meeting last Tuesday evening was a mistake. It will be next Tuesday evening SU1*6* The Ladies of the Congregational church will hold a picnic supper at Deacon Zahltens Thursday afternoon. Jivery body invited. Rev. Davidson preached one of the ablest discourses upon the supject of Temperance last Sunday evening ever delivered in algona. Word has been received from Mrs. Corwith Crescent: Chas. Thompson, son of Rev. and Mrs. I. I. Thompson came home to spend his vacation and found his parents away from home. He was greatly disappointed. H. F. Randall of West Bend has s t °I$ n ed «P a new hotel over there and will be ready tor the traveling public in a few days. It is to be a fl. 1 ' 8 * class house and will be known as the Windsor. M. L. Clarke returned last Saturday from an extended business tour in Missouri, Illinois, and Southern Iowa. He reports that the prospects for bountiful crops this yeatr are first class everywhere he has been. Rev. Luce seems to be in demand as. ' \ v' wS' N i'» *[• *Sow les i to conducting F. F. Saul's business during his absence, nffl officiated at the dedication of the new church at Woplstock. In the evening Rev. W. A. Black preached at Woolstock and Rev. Luce at Goldfleld. O. F. Hale and son-in-law C. Ihmels are putting up a new brick block in West Bend and will engage in the furniture business. They expect to nave the store completed ready for opening up about September 1st. We learn n4«i 1il tue Spencer Driving park association have arranged excursion rates Jbr the benefit of all parties who toay wish to attend the meet July 3rd and 4th. It is expected that "Kossuth" will run on the 8rd. The railroad company promises to accommodate all passengers who may wish to return on the 10 o'clock freight Saturday evening July 4th. ilol * ul1 ° u anyting in the marble ot. Miss Clarke's "Of Thine Own In, Country Sing" was a patriotic theme in blank verse and ended with a lyrfe. It was especially good," Thfc graduat* ing class consisted of eleven young ladieSi Independent! The Baptist chufch of Hattiboldt was struck by lightning last Wednesday, the bolt striking the towerneat the top and .passing clown, nto the building and badly wrecking it. The damage is about 8200.. /..... brother of the The water was all drawn tight, Wl " left He and La- any ap- DR. L A. SHEETZ, Druggist <5c Stationer. Prescriptions filled. Deals in paints, oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Comer of State anil Thariogton streets Algona. Iowa. T. J. FELLING, M. D. P HYSICIAN and SUHGEON. Consultation in English and German. Office and residence over Goetcu's store, Whlttemore, Iowa. jEai.AjtT E. E. Sayers, D. V. M., Veterinary Physician i Surgeon f»~Offlce west of tbe Thoriugton House, AJgonaJowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations. For information in re^urd to lands In Kortu- western Iowa, write to the Real Estate and Abstract Office of G-EO. C. CALL, IOWA. A. D. CLARKE & CO. ABSTRACTS. Charles Rooswall, Orders by postal card promptly attended to. Residence south o* Sponberg's tailor shop. Algona Iowa. F. E. FOSTER, Opposite Court House, Algona, Iowa. SiTVVork first class in every particular. Kossuth County Bank, ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, - $50,000. incorporated under general laws of Iowa. ^H?J"i? its re . ceivec1 ' money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly and a Kenoral banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the ofd countries sold at lowest rates. W. H. INGHAM, President. J. B.JONES, Vice President. LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier, Dlrectiors-W. H. Ingham, Jno. G. Smith J i. .lnnp.ii. T Plivio/>lim,S, r "•"'•-" SmlfhTw' Farm for Sale. 120 acres near the village of Burt. Partly improved. For sale at a bargain. Inquire at Itepublican office. It rains nowadays without parent effort. Bowyer says he is selling jewelry as cheaply as ever.. Mrs Fred Bronson is in Estherville visiting her sister. Mrs. M. L. Clarke went to Wisconsin on a visit last week. The crops are not suffering for rain in this part of Iowa. Mrs, Dr. West and children are visiting at Onawa, Iowa. A girl baby was born to Mr. and Mrs John Esser, last week. Andy Bobinson and wife, of Britt were Algona visitors Friday J. M. Farley, Whittemore's big hardware merchant, was seen in town Friday. Prof. A. A. Sifert will build a residence m Algona for his parents, this summer. F. W. Dingley was away at Des Moines most of last week, on a little vacation, JT. E. Noble was in town Friday with a lot of asparagus, strawberries and currants. Mrs. V. II. Stough, Mrs. Gould, Mrs. vvaldo and Mrs. Means return to Minneapolis this week. The State Bepublican Convention is in bession today. We shall soon know about that platform. Capt. Cooke went to Bancroft on land business Monday. The land business is good business this year. G. A. McMurray has just erected a new carpenter shop on East State street next to the Marble Works. The 32nd Iowa infantry hold their annual reunion this year at Marshalltown, October 7th and 8th. Willis Hallock and wife spent Sunday last in Burt. the guests of the editor of the Burt Bepublican. The Emmetsburg Democrat gives the Ivossuth County steam plow credit with breaking 100 acres a day. Men have been at work with scrapers on East Call Street for the last few days, in improving the drainage. Mrs. Tom Little and children left Wednesday last for St. Paul for a visit Mr. Little follows them this week. Geo. Frink, of Wesley was in town Friday greeting old friends with a hearty hand shake and a good word. The board of Supervisors have been in session this week. Full report of proceedings in next week's KBPUB- UCAN. Rev. Bowen went to Fort Dodge last Saturday, where he was ordained a priest by Bishop Walker, of North Dakota. , Peter Skow of Sexton, who was injured a short time ago in getting off of the late train at Sexton, is very much improved. J. J. Wilson went from the Ottumwa convention direct to California to see a sister who was reported to be very near death. * A. Hough that they reached their California destination in safety but thoroughly tired out. The reguLar W. C. T. U. meeting will be held in the reading room on Jmday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A full attendance is desired. The 6th Begiment goes into camp two weeks from next Tuesday. Just where the camp will be located has not yet been determined. The REPUIILICAN has been kindlv a report of the recent W. C. T. U. convention at Webster City. It appears clsewhare. Frank Dingley and Doctor Rist shipped their Giants to Des Moines last Monday, to exchange for other bicycles, wheels. probably pneumatic tired at t e »tion to the fact that I am sctt; iss and will your order — la*i gad honorable I am worthy ytfjr patrooskge. ALGONA MARBLE WORKS, QEO. SHELLEY, Proprietor, Algona might have had the location of the 6th Regiment encampment had she wanted it bad enough to have worked for it. Mrs. Dr. Garfled and Mrs. T. II. Conner attended the W. C. T. U. convention at Webster City last week, as delegates from Algona. Miss. Lillie Carr, of Chatfield, Minnesota, came in from the east Wednesday evening and will spend a few days act the home of J. L. Edmonds. The Ladies of the Methodist Church have engaged a native of Japan for a lecture and entertainment one week from to morrow night. More particulars next week. Corwith Crescent:' Mrs.Manwarinir who has been troubled with rheumatism so she was obliged to use crutches is so much better she can get around without the use of them. _Silas Scheuck arrived home from Lincoln, Nebraska, where he has been for A year or more at work. If there is plenty of carpenter work here—and there is—he will remain here. West Bend Journal: Irvington town ship has a milk well. It wouldn't be a bad idea to put a two; inch pipe from the well to Algona: the latter could then dispense with her water works. Marriage licenses issued during last week. J. E. Beattie and Lorena Thompson, Homer L. deary and Etta L. Smith, Henry Fruke and Ilarmke Seipher, S. G. Maine and Alice L.Ken- ison. C. B. Matson left Monday for a swing around the circle on business, by way pf Estherville, the state convention at Cedar Eapids, and down to Savannah, Illinois. He will be absent about a week. _ S. S. Sessi9ns reports that the question of lighting the state fair grounds by electricity is being agitated. A meeting of the directors will probably be held some time during July to settle the matter.' The band is to be organized for sure, so we are informed. The boys have ordered a number of new instruments, which will be here in a few days, and the band will start out with fifteen or twenty pieces. J. B. Ayle, who is working on Z. C. Andruss' new barn near Irvington reports that the storm last Wednesday afternoon twisted the structure partially off of its foundation. The wind blew pretty hard. Mrs. Thos. McArthur, of Union Township, died last Thursday, of pneumonia, at the age of 68 years. The funeral services took place last Saturday. The remains were interred in the Algona Cemetery. We made fun of Weather Prophet Foster's gloomy predictions about a 'year of storms and hurricanes" a- wlule back, but are beginning to think that perhaps the old man knows what he is talking about after all. h a ™ of TT that Ji meeting will be held at Danson's office tomorrow evening for the purpose of taking the initiatory steps in the organization «f a Young Mens Christian Association. All interested are invited to be present. A new sign now adorns the front of the REPUBLICAN office and we hope hereafter to be free from inquirers for A. D, Clark's office, the flour and feed man, and even Bailey Bros, store, uut all callers are welcome, iuaHLe same. ' •'"^"f 10 Last week Cornell College closed the most prosperous year in all its history. For the first time the college finds itself practically out of debt and with bright financial prospects for the future. The enrollment numbered nearly 700 last year. t^l?--, 15 - boys 85° to Wesltey tonight, to institute a new lodge of the Knights' of Pythias at that place. The order is becoming very popular and is growing steadily. This makes the second'new lodge to be instituted' in the County within the past six months. The Algona kid nine played'the corn- huskers, of Cresco, a match game of base ball last Saturday and'fanned themselves put to the tune of 18 to 9 The boys will have to do a little corn- husking themselves if they are. going fr» nlow ort-r»;««•*- „ . __ .. o " to play against a often. country nine very Charley Thompson is home fnora the west visiting his parents at COrwith. His work in the west, roughing it has had the effect of improving his health ma tenally. He drove over' i'rom Corwith Monday, on his way to Whittemore and stopped to renew old acquaintances in Algona. J. B. Eeed, the LuVerne hay man was a caller last Saturday.. He reports the prospect to be good; for the hay business in Northern Iowa this year. The hay crop promises to. be light in Wisconsin and several other states, while Northern Iowa will furnish, as heavy a crop as usual.. We wish some enterprising citizen or citizens would start a canning factory at Algona. It would be a DasHm venture for the men who went int<?rf and would be money in the pockets of the farmers. What this town needs just now more than anything else is a lew of just such enterprises. We have given much space to the Courier upon our editorial page this week, much more space than the importance of the Courier's ridiculous statements might seem to demand. Being tired of the Courier's howl about anVJl.npnrl nvinna)' 1 mr. n.l««4-_/i j_t_. line the place to getItfs at the Algona Marble, Works; because you wilfeet something to suit you, and because you ^ 0 \? efc r, ft cuea Per than the foreign marble shop can ship in work from abroad and pay its agents, and because it is a home institutfon and ought to be patronized. Keep your money in Algona and help to build up the town by building up home enterprises. U. S. Consul Philip C. Hanna this afternoon for Washington, goes from there to . New York, sails Wednesday for his post at Guayra, Venezuela. The Gazette joins his many, friends in wishing* him success in his new home. He has promised to send us letters for publication, and they will, no doubt, be read with great interest by all.—Eagle Grove Gazette—June 28. The editor of the Courier claims to have paid $10.60 for a very ordinary suit of clothes for a 14 year old son when a good suit of clothes can be bought for the young man for five or six dollars. He also claims that his boy will wear out a $10.50 suit regularly every two or three months. Hinchon should employ some one else to do his shopping and teach his boy to take better care of their clothes, Hinehon claims to have paid John Goeders $10.50 for a very ordinary suit or. clothes for his fourteen year old boy. John has some boys' pants hanging up m his. show window placarded to be tor sale at 45 cents. We don't believe that Mr. Goecters would charge a brother democrat $10.50 for a cheap suit of clothes. Hinchon either must have forgotten about the price he actually paid or else he bought that bov a pretty good suit. y How many economical women in Kossuth County will undertake "to clothe a family of six children for one year, the oldest being 14 years" and keep within the bounds of $100? Everv mother with a family of six children knows that the Algona Courier has only told a democratic lie when it makes the statement that it now costs $100' more to clothe a family of six dren than it did previous to the age of tshe McKinley bill. We thdflghfc at first that the statement as to the cost of c family of six children betatf Increased fctbesmn ofttOO 6ft account of the McKinley bill, was a typographical er- r<w and tkt rfinchon meant to say Ifo instead of 8100, but It seems that we were mistaken. The Courier came out in print again last week and ff scribed to the same certificate of the stupidity of its editor. We are disaS pointed in pur contemporary as we thought be had more sense than to make such a statement in the first place, much less stand by it. pass- prices"' we adopted this i .™ delivered an address last Friday evening before the 10th district convention of the W. C T U which was held at Webster City.' ' ' Ilarnessmaker Slagle has moved into his new quarters back of John Goeder's store. His new room is a big improvement over the old one. tv^i ^' M ;i Cl Al would be a good thing for Algona. Let some of our people who are interested in Christian work give the matter a little thought. .Miss- t Gertrude Clarke returned from Notre Dame in company with her parents last Thursday, where she hS just been graduated with high honors. • o *, I" Wagle is visiting relatives m Southern Iowa. She will be absent about a month. Frank is home from Cornell where he graduated last week, He expects to teach next year, but has not yet dlfinately secured a school. Constable Tuttle has accepted a position as business manager of the "Oklahoma Press," published atGuthrie, Oklahoma, and will leave for the scene of his journalistic labors in a few days. The News is a society paper. y C. Ihmels of West Bend was in Algona Monday looking for stone masons to work upon his new store building m West Bend. From all reports we take it that West Bend is havinjr a boom like all other small towns in Northern Iowa. The steam breaking plow, which has been operating in the north part of the county for several weeks, has finished up its job, having turned over in all some 400 acres. The proprietors left for Texas last Wednesday to look UD a suitable location, when they will return and ship their outfit to that point. John Bay expects to accompany them. No opera house et the reputation a! advanced t .,„ ,_ w ^^ method of working off our" fatigue-. i A . n exchange is d'own on the McKinley bill because certain stone masons m town are working off a very inferior grade of plaster made of granulated sugar instead o£ sand. There will probably be an end soon to. tho- Old trick of mixing sand with sugar, and the dishonest merchant will soon commence to mix sugar with hia souring sand. ^^ * The Normal Institute opens July 2& and closes August 1st. Tb& session of very be held in the high the institute will school building. Following are t&e instructors:. Brof. J. Breckinridge, Conductor, Miss. Anna Goodrell, Miss. Agnes J. MeMpllan, Miss. Anna Bieh- rnnnn IJvn-fc \\T TT T\: _ i-^. mond, Prof. W. H. H. B. McCollum. Dixson and Prof. A grand reunion of all old veterans who wore the blue, will be held at fires will be held on the evenings of July15 and 16, at which Commander Davidson, Senator Brower and other comrades are expected to make speeches. Excursion rates on all railroads. Hotel rates $1.00 per day. Letters remaining uncalled foiit the )st office at Algona, week ending A n 1 * 91 ^, H, 188 ^ 11 " 1 Wilson, r w^-?' r mitl i' ^S 11 , 1116 Ostwald, T G. White, Jas. S. Walker, Carl Vander Hanner, A. D. Grove. Otto Hersmann, Mrs. C. S. Johnson, ~ ' ~ meter, Joseph Gramen, P et. Algfona will •oadI next year of >eing "a poor show town." When the Dodgeward. booming place Herman Shultz, of Fort Dodge, is up to Kossuth county about fh a w M J y to sta y and celebrate the Fourth, so we are told. His friends ^ b S g # dtoseeWm - We learn that he finds thmes pretty dull down Fort .ossuth county is the just now and w%Jiope , , •— — ^ decide to remain here when he comes up. *«*»«"» *»»*> . Bend Daily Tribune of fh 0 o^ glves a , n extended account cne O-&CQ annual commenceawi* ex$ S l'- M ^. ry ', 8 Ao »demy and says Gertie Clarke. "All the young . ladies acquitted themselves W TO™ TO--I" Gll PP er sa ys that Mrs. James Wilson was stung by a bee Wednesday and had an extremely serious time. Her system seemed poisoned in a few minutes. She passed through stages of raviner insanity, lock jaw and convulsions. Dr. Ladd Jr was with her during the afternoon ,and night and says fora time there-was not the slightest indication of life, b he was uraeoncious for sixteen hours ibhe is much improved and will cloubt- I less recover. ; Earl Sbehens and C. C. Chubb returned frcwa the herd grounds in northern Kossuth Thursday evening. It seems that when Tom McEnroe drove by CliuiWs herd and eleven head of the latter got into McEnroe's herd-and it required, a writ of replevin, before Chubb, could get them back. As 'it was ho only got nine head, the other,' two having been taken away by. another man who had the same kind of of a brand as Mr. Chubb. Th«. Secretary of the County Temperance alliance has failed to hear from a number of members who have been pro vided with copies of the constitution and requested to solicit foe-new men*bens, Remember that now. is the time to push the work and thafe unless the work is pushed by the indfiyidual bera of the alliance but ,*„ little more can be accomplished in the way ot arousing a temperance sentiment in Kossuth Ceuny. Eewort new members to the secretary as fast as. the names are secured. Peter Slagle showed us a letter from Charlie, who is locate* at Sutherland, giving an account of the effects, ©f the storm at that place. The storm there took first the form of a cyclone, tearing a number of houses to pieces on botK sides of Charlies' place. The cyclone was followed by a iteod from the- bursting ot a waterspout. The railroad track was washed out and telegraphic communication destroyed. After about a day;s work the people managed to get a wire across the river by means of a rait and re-establised communication. .No one in town was injured. A farmer was in town a short time ago looking for a young man to work on the farm, and in the course of conversation he said it was difficult to find a boy who would go out so far from town to work. They wanted to be near enough to come to town two or three evenings each week and raihv days, etc. This man lived nine miles out. Perhaps he only voiced a common complaint in regard to boys wanting to be near town, but if such boys will only study the condition of those around them, both morally and financially, they can soon discover that the one who loafs in town is so far behind the one who spends his leisure time away from the haunts of convivial companions. Boys, go out on the farm and stay there till the season is over with. Never mind the town. It can get along without you. The successful farmer and town loafer were never combined in the same bpdy. The old sound of hammering upon the standpipe was renewed last week. The cracks m the pipe failed to show the disposition to rust shut, predicted ty the people that erected tbe structure, and the pipe leaked so badly that the New Jersey firm were asked to make trfiLVl ork goo4> ,.Taey accordingly detailed two men who feave been ' <n 0 1 T , J * be ^l* tW ° y eai<S the 0 n«U- insh Lutheran denomination have built three churches in this county, one in S^ea, one in Bancroft and one in Algona. All three churches were dedicated I j vs l ; i weel£> Tfle Bancroft church was dedicated on Wednesday, the Swea church on Thursday and the Ahrona church on Friday. A number of prominent ministers were present at the exercises from a distance, among them 5S?SJk of Omaha > who preached „,. _- v, Holzt, of Marathou, a io J wa. The Swedish Lutheran church in this fStox a Bowing condition and is supported b? some of the most prosperous- citizens m the county. -•i^Mr 801 p ^ ople Ji rom A1 «°na attended the Masonic gathering at Clear Lake last Wednesday. They report a royal good time. Free busses took them from and back to the depot and aU visitors were given a free dinner by the Clear Lake masons. Rev. Davidson, of this place, delivered the principal-address of the day and it - l " highly spoken of. The only to the day'spleasures was the return at night The special car was tacked on behind a freight train and the party was about four hours on the way home arriving about two o'clock in the morning tired and sleepy. The nex? annual meeting will be field at Spencer. Br.Jas.Sarr, of this city, w£j ation en Presidenfc of the District associ- At a recent banquet given to bankers of Sioux City, A. FcSl responded) to the toast "The Dual Relation of the Banker to the Community » Mr Call saM: "The position of the banker, between undue rashness and rad^alism, OB the one hand and too great conservatism on the other makp.s him the> balance wheel, so to say of our social machine. The bank vault reservoir of the world's reserve ~ the bankera thn man of ideas must If the banker is the enterprise must i. ,, >->—>ned banker 1 , who realizes the- dual duty imposed on him raises his bank to be a great finaSf center;, hfe viRage to be a city. If you find what kills towns look for it in ^conservative banking. Would you find the ehxarof life that builds cities, ,look tx» the enterprising bankers " thafc goes that is with Mr. A few clays ago Theue is- one hero •bells Bros., circus,. <, Crosby, th^ treasurer. ^ .„„ Urt while-the show was at Aekley, a' "" ^""M; to a couple of rattle snakes them to thesidte show. One ._ , -caped from the box, Cfcosoy fearing: it would get orcwvd and dei some injury grab for it. with the intention of it ' - of and into-the made a just behind the (1 just a little, ic low enough- down, to allow snake to swing his head around in-aS 7 on e fan * to the kauekleof his.captoi-: Itwasonfylike the prick of a needle, but in tea minutes the whole ai-m was swollen terribly. Phv- sicians were summoned immediately who. did:, what they could to prevfnt the-poiso«i getting into, the general circulation and the brave man was soon t?f^SSSl S**** t^tment,and The- Weather Ci-op, Bulletin reports that the rainfall was. very light in the eastern and averaged about normal in the northern cental, central and southern central djstriots. On the night of theaard and on tb» 24th, the northwestern district was swept by a storm ot almost unprecedented severity and extent. It was accompanied by wind : squalls of sufficient force in some local: mea to unroof buildings and level the more frail wood«n structures. No re-liable measurements are yet received! of the amount of rainfall? butTwaS S C fl en ^ ly ^y t( J cause very deBtruS tive floods along all the streams in a, territory covering the area of n rj& counties. The- total loss of propeS? cannot yet be estimated, but the ae- J^P^aWj; not fall short oFa dollars, and is more likely to In thelarger poSi0n exceed that sum. of the state «o»' p^ospects^are^S Corn is generally doing well; attatatog very neaarly an average conSn. Wheat havyest has begun in a i cahties. Oats are too heavy in 1 southern and central district and some damage by lodging and tust is reportea.. The hay crop wHl be large? than previous reports indicated > , ,0,, . „ ro -n°iL th0 ii'£ of Jul y» excursioa tickets $* * ? old .by.the 0. M. & St. P. R'y Z the round trip, sell- Going coupons good For the annual meeting Educational association to be held at Toronto, the C. M. & St. P. R'y. will sell special excursion tickets, July 8th to 18th theroumj Harper's Young People for June 88th will be a fourth of July number. It will contain au article oa ''The Manufacture •of Fireworks," by Edmund Collins; a tableau, "America," by Lydia Field Env met; and gtorie$ appropriate to the sion by E.S. House, David Th« SmiUI Boy SteaU Apples, They are greea apples and then he has colic, cramps and diarrhoea and thinks he's going to die and woa't ever, ever steal again. The careful mother buys a bottle of Hallw's Pain Paralyze* B«m&u> l^&ir,'..^^.-S-', ';.'j^j

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