The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on July 8, 1891 · Page 7
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KOSSUTH COUNTY'S OASH BOX, Keport of the Committee to Settle with the County Treasurer and Auditor. AMOHA, IOWA, June 19, 1891. TO THE HONOBABLE BoAUD 'OV StTPEBVISOBS OF KoSStmt COUNTY: The undersigned, Committee to settle v?ith the County Treasurer and County Auditor, respectfully report that they have examined the books, papers and vouchers of both offices, and had all errors and omissions entered, and submit the following synopsis of the State, County and Township Funds from January 1,1891, to June 1,1891. . D. A. 13UEM-, W. H. NYCXJM, Committee. TOWNSHIPS AND FUNDS. t, tftta Insane County School g" AlgonaOlty >•• £2? Domestic Animal gSl Domestic Soldiers Belief.. Institute School House Bite institute tor Feeble Minded School House Bonds ALQONA IND.- Teachers Contingent School House BUFFALO— Teachers Contingent School Houso Boad Bal. Jan i, 'o $ 223 7 4913 88 606 50 6425 00 186 1 BOB 7 S 88 504 25 90 7 43 00 2000 69 Cemetery. Board of H ealth BURT- Teachers Contingent School House Boad.: Cemetery CKE80O— Teachers Contingent School House. B FENT6'N- Teachers Teachers.. Contingent Boad Bancroft OUy. Library....... . Board of Health. Sidewalk GARFIELD— Teachers... Contingent. Boad Board of Health. GERMAN— Teachers... Contingent. School Houso Boad HEBRON— Teachers— Contingent. IRViNttTON— Teachers... Contingent. SchoolHouse. Boad Board of Health.. Library... LOTTS( .Teachers. Contingent School House.. Boad.. Board of Health. LU VERNE- Teachers... Contingent. School House. Boad LTJ VKHN' Teachers. .. Contingent City PORTIA! Teachers. Contingent School House Boad PLUM OREE1C— Teachers Contingent Boad PRAIRIE Teachers. Contingent BchoolHouse.. Boad BAMSEY- Teachers Contingent .... SchoolHouse. Boad Cemetery.. Board of H ealth .... UNION- Teachers Contingent Boad Cemetery •WIUTTEAIORE— Teachers Contingent Snliool House Boad. Teachers. Contingent— School THouse. Boad WESLEY- Teachers Contingent.... School JSouse. Boad. Teachers Contingent School Uouse Boad Teachers Contingent Boad 8ENEOA- TeacUers Contingent SchopfHouse Boad Cemetery ............... Board of Health ......... 8BERMAN- Teachers ............... Contingent... ........... Benbomouse ............ ... Board of Health; Teachers Contingent oofHouse Collections. Transferred, $4613 77 6788 00 2193 01 6530 04 311 74 Paid. Balance June 1'91 94924 52 5903 31 898 24 701 09 107 06 80 250 45 79 98 04 28 47 83 s 14 151 61) 89 97 OG 5 31 01 134 60 8491 73 83 39 77 112 : JLGiTOIloio „. Contingent J1 SchoolHouse Boad Cemeter 12 45 39 508 59 181 80 1904 !)8 1033 02 388 86 369 99 76 00 10 35 2648 01 1590 99 1435 76 879 43 280 36 87 181 03 93 10 048 35 219 25 401 89 147 94 69 28 572 24 341 32 1 I) 382 0 ! 755 4 j 183 3 305 5 5 110 8 9 2501 0 G 903 6 5 109 7 5 724 E 5 13 8 r, ai 8 580 04 :::'::::'.: 79 80 170 24 1041 131 4 249 2 [). R 2282 91 1209 79 23 63 243 33 :".::::::' 16 35 3225 48 1595 47 1455 28 1204 05 348 52 94 28 210 99 87 17 039 97 296 7C 384 94 136 5( G6 6- 804 3 421 3 73 8 414 9 959 5 205 7 289 4 110 8 3164 ( 1051 ' 338 ' 778 . 204 $ 224 01 5730 68 1991 87 10201 21 110 76 127 78 51 55 1047^11 030 91 165 71 43 00 20 00 09 01 11057 67 f.O 60 54 »4 1)7 11 82 87 1247 6 02 3 14 30 21 1252 17 01 17 7C 275 6 72 4 8G 1 94 G 86 39 G!) fl 36 10 03 12 31 39 05 40 3427 14 31 31 88 THE COUNTY NEWS.- TO C»BBBSPONDBNTB :—All 00*168001 forthfrllRPtmucAx should reaclv this 6.—_ not later than Tuesday evening. Plea8e< D«*B this in wind. All cftmmtinlcatlons to the HBftini/lOAJ*— including news letters—must be signed byth* author to Insure publication, FENTON, Special Correspondence- FEsaoN July?.—The saddest* funeflrt ever held in Fcnton occurred last Sunday. For months past Mr. O. 0. Tlbbitta and daughter Edna have lingered upon the threshold of deatk, finally to enter into rest within a few hours of each other. Miss Tibbltts died on the eventing of the- 2d and her father upon the following, morning, the shock probably hastening, his death. The funeral sermon was psaached by Rev. A. G. Ward, of Bancrofitj and. the services were conducted according to the rituaLof the G. A. E., about 25 members of James 0. Taylor Post, of Algona, be ing present. No funeral ever held in Fenton before was so largely attended. It is estimated that fully 600 people were present. There were 150 teama-in the funeral procession. The deceased parties had many friends and the deaths have cast a shade of gloom overall theoom- munky. Mr. 0. 0. Tibbitts was 60 years ofc age and for the past thirteen years-lias been a resident of Kossuth county having moved here from Minnesota. He was a veteran of Seventeenth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry and spent three full years in the service of his country. Miss Edna Tib- bitte was about 22 years of age. She has been in the past one of our most successful teachers. She was respected by all who knew her and loved by. those who km«w her best. • Something that Will Pay To look at Just read what Allows and thenieflect:t:: McCORMIOK Harvesting Mach. Co., Establ'd 1831. J. I. CASE Threshing Machine Co - 1842. A. A. COOPER, Iowa's Pioneer Wagon MaKer, 1840 P. P. MAST & CO., Cultivators, Seeders, etc. JAMES SELLY & CO., Corn Planters,, etc, D. S. MORGAN & CO., Clipper Mowers HEARST, DUNN & CO., Planters, etc. DALY MANF'G CO., Disc Pulverizers JOHN DEER, & CO., Plows* etc. J.R. JONES, - - - - - 1843. 1850. 1834. I860. 1865 1854. 1870. Hi th • N— ilth 3EK— *•' * ilth E- .j. e KIND.— 'D— 1 04 146 10 29 81 34 82 45 86 158 49 39 57 06 3*5 7 23 19 14 11 51 90 00 42 68 20 0 5 1 2 258 2 29 0 15 % 7 2 0 125 5 37 1 98 6 40 2 10 7 2 1 18 9 205 0 13 89 1 31 88 443 98 109 62 154 54 05 400 90 230 98 230 98 102 03 316 53 105 51 179 73 770 54 18225 301 66 457 07 51006 8 212 4 2 457 7 259 6 195 8! 390 2 i 130 0 128 5 5 1048 8 99 56 82 08 34 20 13528 143 70 72 2C ) T r 122 3 3 11 136 0- 204 851 31 01 1 04 075 GO 130 03 182 07 104 CO 45 34 72 12 156 77 330 62 92 42 990 36 - 220 39 355 40 , 401 41 23 270 0 GO 04 29 0 222 3 7 2 04354 290 67 98 GO 222 % 519 G' 130 9! 1345 7 8 49 2 73 10 90 13 98 3 4d 7 29 45 91 482 87 225 21 225 21 13 O'J 39 25 13 OE 17 4( 4 50 2( 81 7 5 1 057 0 219 0 8 5 l 0 12 0 ti 1 13 ! 3 1 ) 1 i 3 134 ' WESI/EY. Special Correspondence. WESLEY, July 7.—The past few days have been delightful growing, weather, the gentle rains causing a large growth of grass and grain. We will have the heaviest crops of grain and flax ever known in this vicinity this season.. The glorious fourth passed off very pleasantly; no accidents or mishaps to report. Wesley did grandly, having the largest celebration ever known. The entertainment was superb and pleasing to all, The Wesley Modocs did up the Portland ball club in good style. A large number were present from a distance and they say Wesley is a grand place to be in on the fourth for fun, sociability 7 ttnd good friendship. The various races were well attended and interesting, It is estimated that over 2,000 people were here. Come and see how our town is building up After looking over the foregoing list of M&mifacttirers and Dealers, all of whom are represented by the maruwho pays the freight, y<cm cannot fail to appreciate the advantages you can reap by buying>your implements of tbec Oldest Implement House in northern Iowa. I represent the best goods made in each department.. 111 88 144 89 54 51 299 05 82 14 48 78 134 98 • 16 88 27 02 50234 10402 93 70 12343 19 01 21 87 193 09 2<! 92 62 96 87 21 21 07 129 96 113 24 108 30 341 80 273 69 348 78 280 27 457 39 395 65 51 50 101 85 153 57 2371 12 406 65 406 05 1132 08 63 03 538 30 129 20 134 52 150 17 37 70 4855 1 02 24 1398 2 31 7 04 7 27 27824 08 80 49 41 6830 9276 3299 623 G 24 22 G. 8. McPherson is busy putting up his store building. He is now getting in Mason City lime stone for the foundation of the building, which will be just east of Grove's hardware store. Several new buildings are being erected in Call's ad dition. Let the good work go on. E. C. Tuttle, of Algona, was on our streets Tuesday. The K. P's., who organized last week, start out with big encouragement, a large number joining. They have a lodge here that is an honor to Wesley. We wish them the best of success. F. M. Butts is back from Chicago, settling up his business here. Don't forget the Sunday school convention the 25th of this month. More about it later. Fred Anderson is still holding down the grain business and will continue buying as usual notwithstanding all reports to the contrary. Now is the time to see farm machinery go out lively, as there is use for such from now on. If you want good machinery call on the pioneer implement dealer. was a good attendance, and all enjoyed themselves. Proceeds, $10.50; The Buffalo Fork S. 8. elected their officers for the coming year, last Sunday, as follows: Supt., Mrs. E. B- Ekidy, Asst. Supt, Mrs. G. H. Manley,. Sec., Ruth Butterfield, Treas., Mamie- Davison, Chorister, Mr. George Stone, Organist, Myrtle Fox. What's the matter of Ernest Bacon, of Portland, for State Representative? The L. A. S. will have a refreshment stand at the 4th of July celebration in Jay Grover's grove. The proceeds to go toward the purchase of an. organ for the new church. 204 87 441 80 289 86 915 80 357 57 546 28 590 39 02 GO 90 S3 157 31 2841 18 480 85 470 5! 1103 7 19 01 21 87 840 28 15 3) 44 83 38 34 *138 01 10 84 *40 11 47 48 G 18 11 22 23 28 107 20 29 82 29 22 01 SO 73 73 19 17 38 50 72349 126 59 15 72 300 85 23 72 13850 34 19 3 22503 65 93 387 83 137 44 • ofltt 7ft . G2 48 675 92 OOi Ol nan qi 443 39 QJ. OK 1G3 98 t 835 19 1007 QI 1 07 f\K ] 210 G6 3 7ft ) 397 31 Sfift in 1 R7 0(1 85 80 0 21 9 CG2 80 9 197 02 2 141 R4 S 650 14 n 91ft 71 o 1Jrt Ifi 41 07 )3 339 15 IQ 9J13 2(1 H oa ro 106 26 51 16 7(1 83 1075 51 7a ^ftl R4 361 7i 81 455 313 )3 .. 703 97 687 97 15 0 OJ <l Q « » V 02 103 30 71 44 10040 8064 15270 12404 ..•**..«•* 116 28 118 4i ... .... • ' . '• 5 100 159 42 323 51 60 23 036 11 265 24 48 55 265 04 521 57 85 21 168 28 120 99 1001 15 377 38 83 17 201 00 407 27 68 02 89 38 80 40 74491 132 88 150 30 97002 168 63 318 93 38 05 1 16 679 50 337 35 M 109 48 64 14308' 406 7( 3469! 063 0 22 1 0 682. 6 87 3 156 7 C 4 94 18 15 225 *C 06 *2 20 *3 08 24 7 15 1 35 2 74 6 95 158 08 1863 3 89 11 45 93 62 1086' 3 7' 4 7( 5 3 38 7 7942 191 2 9 9i 105 0 26 2 36 3 142 3 36 40 0 J 1 ' { 5 4 IB ( 145 < 10 14 80 '".'..T.'. 2 -.-•I ' ', T Out- , stand lug $49811 15336 164 Issued. 8588543 856 67 470 68 63840 23501 1080 Paid. $588643 ^5087 47058 63640 23501 16 86 stand U}j $45»11 163 3C i«i PORTLAND. Special Correspondence. PORTLAND TWP. July 6.—Fine weather. Crops are looking well. Haying has begun and the quality of hay is good. Prof. Barslou and family, of Britt, vis ited with Fred Ringsdorf a few days last week. Elwin Davison is still very low but slowlo gaining. Dr. Cutler, of Bancroft, is attending him. The ladies mite society meet with Mrs. Giles this week Thursday. There will be communion service at the Buffalo Fork church next Sunday. Mr. Van Home and family drove down from Elmore Friday, to spend the fourth at Mr. Fox's. They returned Lome Sunday. Mr. Van Home was well pleased with this part of Kossuth. Miss Ida Fowler returned to her home in Pella the last of the week, after an extended visit with her Bister, Mrs. Mead. She will be greatly missed by he.r numerous friends in this vicinity. Mrs. Stone, daughter, and two children, also Mrs. Tuttle, of Rock Falls, 111., are visiting with G. D. Stone, Fred Ringsdorf's new house is now ready for the plasterers. He contemplates building a barn in the near future. Mr. Ringsdorf had a horse badly aut in a barb wire fence Sunday, e Buffalo Fork creamery paid 60 cts. per hundred for milk after running three weeks. They have one of the best butter makers in northern Iowa and his butter brings the highest price on the New York market. The celebration aDfcJay Grover's was well attended and all seemed to enjoy themselves. E. B. Ebdy read the Declaration of Independence. This was followed by a speech from Prof. Barslou, of Britt, also on« by Eugene Tellier, of Algona. Will Graver took first money in the horse race and Dell Fitch in the foot race. The stock holders of the "Buffalo Fork creamery will hold a meeting Saturday afternoon. The German people of this neighborhood had a picnic in Mr. Blake's grove the fourth. Hereafter when young ladies attempt to cross the Union slough on horseback after heavy rains they bad better put snow shoes on their corse before they start. UNION. Special Correspondence. UNION T\vp., July 8—Mr., and Mrs Wilson spent Sunday at Mr. Trout's. Jos. Thompson and wife went to Bancroft Friday. Jas. Hoflus was at home a day or so last week. People in Union tpned out generally to celebrate, the majority going to Bancroft. -Myron Schenck's new barn is fast nearing completion. He expects to put his tame hay in some time this week. The Reibhoff Bros, lost a yery valuable spring colt Wednesday, colic being the cause. Myron Clapsaddle went to West Bend for a few days, returning Sunday after having celebrated the Fourth there. Co. Auditor Bonus and family spent the 4th at Andrew Barr's. Lawrence Wolcott spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents in Bancroft. C. D. Ward has purchased the Smith 80 adjoining his, making him now the owner of a quarter section. A quiet celebration of friends and neighbors of Andrew Baw, gathered at his home the 4th, and a very pleasant social time was had. Although not a rousing celebration, all felt well paid for having been there. Robert Kraus, of Davenport, la., was out viewing his land, and making arrangements for another year's rental. M. Schenck and C, D. Ward with their families, spent Sunday with Mrs. Winter, west of Bancroft. Grandpa Schenck and his son Silas, also went. Then stop and look; at that fine assortment of shoes-ik Stough's show window.. AGENCY FOR ; BIGGEST I TRADE MARK \CPSWHGHTEO IRLD THE GRANGE STORE. of Embroideries WHITTJBMORE. Special Correspondence. July 8.—The new German Methodist Episcopal church, 9 miles north of Whittemore, and 10 miles west of Burt, will be dedicated to the service of God, July 19, 1891. In the morning at 6:30, all will meet at the school house where the society worshiped during the past sixteen years. After a brief farewell exercise, all will proceed to the church, where services will begin at 10:30. Rev. W. H. Rolling, of Charles City. Iowa, will preach in German in the morning, Rev. F. H. Wellemeyer, of Garner, la., will preach in English in the afternoon, and Rev. H. Jj. HUmer.of Mason City, la., will preach in the evening. Presiding Elder Bchulz, of Fort Dodge, la., will conduct the dedictory exercises. All are cordially invited, and especially those who so kindly aided us financially and otherwise. In Swiss, Viennese, White and Colored Ham- burgs, Flouncings, Allovers, Etc. Laces, Gloves, Mitts, Ribbons, Umbrellas. T 1,000 Kemnants of Lace and Embroideries for one-half their value. . SCHOOL - 'i 10 * 68 " '.".....'..... •• •• w,8ei.ao ontraot Notes ••• _ _ 4,88*.41 ash ...,....,,. . STILL IN THE RING. It has been reported that Bradley and Nicoulin have gold out their Agricult* ral implement business. Such reports are false. Bradley and Nicoulin are still in thie business., and selling the Es» terly Binder and the Standard Mower and best Standard twine, half and half, for 10 cents. BRADLEY & NICOXJLIN. 89-41. I HAVE MOVED From my old stand, opposite Court House To First Door East of Post Oice, Where old and new customers may flud me. Fresh Candies, fresh Ice Cream, fresh Cigars, fresh Cookies, fresh, everything in the restaurant line always on hand. Buy your Peanuts fresli from the roaster, W. A. LADENDORF. \>* if Ambrose A, Call, President- P, H, flutebtos, J. C. * Vu5e*Presi4«nt, Cashier, (Received U>o late for publication last week.) Portland Twp., June 3&"-Small grain is looking good. Corn is getting weedy ,0ft account of so much wet weather Elwifl Davison is still very low, but bia physicians have h,ppee of im recovery, Mrs. Stone, daughter, and two chillren, of Rock Falls, 111., are visiting with Mr. Q> p. Stone of this place. Mr. BuUerfield's house was struck py lightning during last Wednesday's stQrm. Considerable damage was done to the house, the family, however, escaped without injury. fc. A- 8. I choice ,, See . r , only< Says Tbe BowtUern Medical "Mother's Friend" is growing, in favor throughout the south and is highly rec ommmended by physicians. We consider it indispensable to those who know they must pass through the ordeal of mild- birth. Write Baadfteld Beg. Co., Atlanta., Ga. for particulars. Sold by Dr. Sheets and F. W. Plngley. A Bargain. Good bouse and lot for s<tle or rent, cheap. 40-tf J- 0. BLAOKJTORD. Constination. hlood-poison, fever! Doctor's bills «nj funeral expenses cost about two hundred dollars; DeWitt's tittle Early Risflia cost a quarter. Ta^e your TftTyPr.Wt*. i novelty in I*difl8' FIRST NATIONAL BAN Of Algona, Iowa. er"CA»IT4^ $SO,000.00. Money always o» hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties who can furnish first-«JUM*» Security, Directors-Ambrose A. Can, », H, HutoWjw, J. C. BlacWowl, Win. &. F»mp»orwelle;r, A, J>, Clarke, •\iS"s FARM LOANS. We can now ip&e loans on Im year's tii loaaora due. taken/ T , r duceiiisw paid. >w maice loans on improved __ A give toe bovrower twe pnyUege Q| iart thereof in even 9100 at any tfme ^9^a Mwey, and no secoad BMJI lolwakiugalawi wUl ;e at any time and .lahedatwoeou H, tmn pne'tft^t^y'? SH M LIVERY, FEED, AND

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