The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 1891 · Page 9
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Less ftttd Use More Oil. Out 'poet, W., 11. Catnpbell, spent Oiticli of his 'time around tho water works Week before last, while the pipe and screen points were being put down. He Wfts much shocked at the terrible Storni of profanity indulged in by the •expert fronrOfctawa, Illinois, who was .sent here to superintend tire work, and going homo one evening he fiat down and in a moment of inspiration dashed off the following poem, which we regard as.one of the ripest fruits of his rare poetic genius that wo have yet .seen. Talk about the death of Lowell, and the decline of American poetry •when we have such men as Holmes, IVhittier and Campbell left. Wo publish the poem at the request of Mr. •Campbell. Patience will in -every case Assist us hi our toil, Thau why not good udvlc« embrace, Swear less, and use more oil. •Of water find a (rood supply, Though It be fresh or briny, And try'to stop this hue and cry H you drill down to Ohiua. The noble engines work with might The pumps will do the same, Then put your traps together right And none will be to blame. 'You swear at such a rapid rate I cannot keep from thinking, Tlie water yon'll contaminate Andspoiliit all for drinking,. Stop your blasphemous language, gents, It really seems u pity That water Rot by mum expense Should poison 8.11 the city. Have those -experts got no remorse, So deep In sin they've fallen? .They swear enough tobalk si horse Oi scarc'tho Dutch trom Holland. -I hope yoti'll change the program soon, So awful and surprising, You're drilling down so near your doom I smell the sulphur rising. •O'er wrongful drawbacks that we bear To wrath we ne'er give vent, And if the city does''nt swear You ought to be content. W. II. CAMP.HBI.il,. THE NORMAL SCHOOL Prof. Carlton, who is to have charge .of the Commercial Department of the Normal School, arrived Monday night with his .family from Des Moines. Mr. Carlton is a graduate of the Shenan- doahNormal College, where he taught for two years after" graduation. Tlie past year he taught commercial bran dies at Highland Park Normal College in Des Moines. We understand that a night class in commercial branches is the tnftny talented young tnefl that she is sending forth to occupy positions m the higher walks of life. The circus last Friday drew many of Wesley's citizens from their usual oc cupations and Induced them to go to A> gona to see the elephant atia other animals. Among the visitors going ifom this place on that day was a Southern gentleman who is spending, ft few weeks Gere. Ho says he went to see the crowd rather than tlie circus. He evidently wishes to study Northern customs. Perhaps you have had a "chiel ftma»K ye takin'notes" for some Southern news paper. Mr. Willis Wilkinson, from Orlando, Florida, is hero looking after a section of his land lying two and one half miles east «f Wesley. Mr. Wilkinson's father purchased this land, and two or three more sections, thirty-five years ago from the government. The laud has been worked by neighboring farmers and now has 230 acres under cultivation. Mr, Wilkinson purposes building on the land and _leav- ng some good man in charge while he returns to Florida to look after his orange grove. He has a gjrove of 2500 trees just coming into bearing. The striking appearance of my con tribution in your last Issue, so gracefully and artistically interwoven with some other person's production filled me with mingled emotions chief of which was per haps an inclination to accept, through the belligerent member of the family the invitation containad in another column, to "lick tho editor." But on reading the article a second time, it seemed so funny that the sudden hope took possession of me that I might be considered a second Bill Nye or Artemus ward. At any rate the article has furnished to "a limited number" as much amusement as one of BillNye's best. I sincerely hope the editor saw the original production before it was cut up into cruzy patchwork. If he did not, he mnst suppose his contributor to be very ecentric or extremely car.eless. Wesley, August 24th. •WHITTJSMOKE. Special Correspondence. We escaped the frost. Considerable grain is being marketed now. Mrs. Whitehorn's n«v building is up and enclosed. U.S. D alley and family were over to Algona Friday. Ladies Aid Society meets with Mrs. S. S. Samson next Thursday. The farmers tire bringiug in excellent apples at seventy five cents a bushel. The baby boy at Henry Goetschs who has been quite sick, is fast recovering with catarrhal bronchitis, improving. Mru. B. F. Smith has been quite oiit at health for several days past. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. D>boor, ftgirli on Wednesday, tlie 12th, all doing wen 1 . Mr. Frank Riclmrdson lifts ft very »ick child, also Mr. llipeniropp has a stek child. Tho infrtiii children of Mr. Cndefvgo, Mr. Venehonse and Mr. Ripentropp are all on the sick list. The hum r,f the threshing madiine can be heard in this locality. Crops are good and stacking progressing finely. A little boy arrived at Gns Wortmans Aug. 22 and they have di.'cukd to keep him until he is of ago. Gus is happy. Mrs. Nancy Greenwalt returned to her homo in Mt. Auburn, after a pleasant visit with relatives and friends iti this locality. ' Mr. Amclburg's son was badly burned in the face and'pyos Sunday, while playing with powder. Dr. Howe wns called to dress the wounds.. Mrs. John Greenwalt,. of llcnton county, mother of our blacksmith, C. T. Christopher, is visiting with her son and the rest of the Bcnton county folks in this vicinity. Farmers are done harvesting their small grain excepting late flux and are now busy stacking and threshing. Grain is turning out well and corn is just booming this weather. Something that To look at. Just read what follows and then reflect: McCOBMIOK Harvesting Mach. Go., Establ'd 1331. I, CASE Threshing Machine Co .. - 1842. ,, Iowa's Pioneer Wagon Matter,'1840. 1843. P. MAST & CO., CutiVators, Seeders, etc. JAMES BELLY & CO., Corn Planters, etc. D. S. MORGAN '& CO., Clipper Mowers HEARST, DUNN & CO., Planters, etc. "G CO., Disc Pulverizers,, etc. IUUJlt UltVOO 111 lv<JliHUV.,i>J*«'i wi-.."""«« -- to beorganized for the benefit ot any A photographer has located in oui parties in town who may riot be able to midst. Get your photos taken at home. ^ ... ,.___ *_.. :— t — ,1^,1 ?r, i-hn I jfl rSi Ed Ingler arrived Monday evening from Wis., to attend the funeral of her father. G. .T. Wagner and force work on Henry Goetscb's spare-the time for instruction in the day classes. This night class idea ought to be popular with a largo number ot young men in Algona who could benefit themselves greatly at a very moderate expense. Miss-Agnes Randall, the instructor in music, arrived from Mt. Vernon last Friday evening. We are informed that she will be glad to give instruction in either vocal or instrumental music to •any parties residing in-town, whether students of the Normal School or not. Prof. Chaffoe has made a good selection of his teachers and all that is now •necessary to make a successful year tor •the Normal School'is students. The ^outlook for a good attendance is very •encouragina. Fall term opens Sept. ~2d—next Tuesday. The Woathcv and Crops. - . (Keport tor last week.) The daily average temperature was about 3° above normal, tho week end- Ing with a cool wave verging close to ••the frost line. A large percentage or -cloudiness reduced the amount or sun- .shine below normal. Precipitation-AMIS largely in excess in the greater part of the State, resulting in damage to grain in shocks and stacks In some sections the loss from tins •cause will be seriously fell, and the experience this year gives another instance •of the danger attending the method ot waitingto thresh from tho shock. Those -who have their grain securely housed •or sheltered are in luck. Corn has mado a rapid growth, and a month of favorable weather will mature the greater part.of the crop. Ihe pasturage of the State is as abundant ••and as preen as in June, and potatoes will yield immensely. Despite all drawbacks of heavy storms and incidental local damage, tho season will bring •abundant rewards to tlie producers of food. . ' • THE COUNTY NEWS. To CORRESPONDENTS :— All 'correspondence ior tho KEPimijiCAN should reach this office not later than Tuesday evening. Please hear All communications to tho BKPUBLIOAN— including news letters-must be signed V>y tho author to Insure publication. WESLEY, Special Correspondence. Theladies who were injured a week ago, are steadily improving. The farmers turned out yesterday and i „„„._„*>,„ n t stacked the widow Wright's gram for her. | felt sympathy of Pearl Yorker, who has been very sick with typhoid fever, is now so much bet ter as to be out of danger. It is reported that Mr. Blake, living northwest of Wesley and his hired man, Albert Bacon, are both sick. There was a light frost last night and at seven, o'clock this morning the mercury stood only eight degrees above freezing, It is thought that the frost was not heavy enough to do any serious damage. The Ladies' Aid Society gave a lawn BQciftWe tt 8- K- Groves'. Ice cream and cake were'served and the evening passeo; away pleasantly and, of course, profitably as the Climes aud dollars flowed freely ia; J. A. Wright, who died on Monday wfta buried on. Tuesday from the in.. tt> Church, Bev. MoBride preaching the funeral iseriUQft, Many sympathizing friends going wWi the bereaved family tothegr.ave; Dr. &eGprma,ek; wlao sold his practice to Dr. Hill three years ago, is about to return. We are wot surprised that he likes Wesley well enough, to be homesick after a three yews' absence, but we wonder how two ooejtQ,r,sjeaiJ find enough to keep them, busy in jfjs feealtby place. We had the pleas«<§ of meetfng, a few days ago, Mr, f. H.83%le, of Algona, wfcois to be principal of op sjph>eols. We are very favorably impye*s]e4 sitfe his appearance, and pledge hu$ to, be one of fhose faithful earnest teaefeiBfS wfcofo*- ee t themselves in. their «n&aai$H% for commenced large new store building on Monday. Mrs. Lucien Tuttle, of Chicago, and Mrs. and Miss Tuttle, of Spencer, visited relatives here the past week. A good many of our young people attended the circus at Emmetsburg. They all pronounced it a great gambling outfit. The band boys meet twice a week .with their instructor from Emmetsburg. The boys are improving right along and we will soon have a full fledged band. Mrs. J. V. Wickler is enjoying a visit from her sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Warwick. Mrs. Warwick, now a bride, will "be remembered here as Miss Humphreys. , There will be a social"at the school house Wednesday evening. A short program will be rendered, both vocal and instrumental, after which either ice croam and cake or hot coffee and calve (according to the weather)-will be served. Proceeds of the evening to be applied on the Pastor's salary. Every one invited. DIED. At his residence 1a'.-Whittumore, Sunday, Aug. 24th, Mr. Henry Munch, aged 51 years, 5 months and 6 days. Mr. Munch was born in Germany March 17th, 1840. He came with his parents to the United States in 1853, and settled in N. Y. where they resided for two years, moving from there to Cassvjlle, Wis., in 1855, where they remained nutil 1809. He then moved with his family to Iowa, where they have since lived, the last twelve yetxrs of his life being spent in Whittemore. Mr. Munch was an old soldier, having served with distinction 3 years ami 8 months in the 9th Wis., part of that time'being spent in a southern prison where ho contracted the disease that has now ended his life. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. George Wessell, and participated in by members of the I. O. O. F., of Emmetsburg, and G, A. R. Post, of West Bend, both of which orders the deceased was a member in good, standing, He leaves a wife and six children, most of whom are grown, to wourn the loss. The sorrowing family have tlje heart- their many friends. They raoura a kind husband and loving father, who after patiently suffering a long and painful illness is now at rest. UNION. Special Correspondence. Mr. Sarchett is putting up the liny on the land recently bought by him. Miss Ida Campbell, of Alsona, is stopping at the homo of ,T. N. Wheeler. Stacking is over with and haying and threshing ia now the order of the dny. Mr. Geo. Simpkins is thrcshinp for M. Schenck and C. D. Ward this week. Miss Cora Godden, who has been-very sick, is able to be up at the present writing. Harley Palmer ia at present at home we presume enjoying his vacation in the hay field. Died, Aug. 9, 1891, Verne, youngest son of Amos and Hattie Finch, aged 4 i months and 22 days. I Jim Hofius, of Bancroft, took in the show and spent a few days with the "old folks at home." The lawn sociable held at the home of Fletcher Hofius last Friday evening, was very largely attended. Miss AHa Chendler, who has been visiting at her uncle, A. Wheeler's, returned to her home in Decorah. Miss Daisy Reibhoff expects to attend school this fall at the home school which commences about Sept. 1st. The past few weeks with the extremely warm weather has caused nroch sickness, however, as far as we can learn they are all improving. Every one with bis wife and children or best girl attended the show. It seems as though the gambling part should be done away with. It can not be called a good show with that attachment to it. Word has been received from Gertie Wheeler who is in N. Dakota visiting her sister, Mrs Chas, Stuyvesant, that she arrived safely and' Found the country much more thickly settled than she expected, but still these is no place like home. Isaac Young, of I'outaic, 111., visited with his relatives, the Carrolls, last week. He has sold his farm in 111 , and come west to buy. He was favorably struck with K'lssnth County and may locate here, lie is a man pf considerable means and should he decide to locate here will be a good ctti/en; being a strong Republican he could 'not be otherwise. 1854. 1870. After looking over the foregoing list of Manufacturers and Dealers, all of whom are represented by the man who pays the-freight, you cannot; fail to appreciate the advantages you can reap by buying your implements of the Oldestilmplement House in northern Iowa. I represent the best goods made in each department;, "£ i.«i 1 Dilapidated? \VcllI Should Say So. Most people carry around with-them a liver so dilapidated that if they should see it they would tako it for a straw hat as quick as a liver —as a consequence they have a lame back and feel languid. Haller's Pain Paralyzer taken in conjunction with Haller's German Pills will make a new person of you and effect a complete cure. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheet?:. NEW REAL ESTATE FIRM *a 'n Minnesota State For the Minnesota State Fair to beheld at Hamline. Sept. 5th to 12th, excursion ticket wiH be sold either to St. Paul or | Minneapolis at fare one way for the round trip with fifty cents added for admission coupon. Gall on us we have I l>y UIB <iii This- is what all English people say about whatever ;.hey have to sell. In America however it's "the verdict of the people" that Haller's Barb Wire Liniment is the most successful liniment is the most successful remedy for cuts, bruises and sores ever introduced. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheet/.. for you. Those wishing to sell will %/ *•do well to list their land with us. now for How'« TU1«. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHBSEY & Co.,Props., Toledo, 0' We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe lira perfectly honorable in f.ll business ;ransactions, aud financially able to carry out. any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax; Wholesale Druggist.To- ledo, Ohio. Walding. Kin nan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon mucous surfacesof the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. 47-50. For ,Sule. Second Hand Cook Stove $ 8.00 Crown Organ 50.00 Onsoline Stove '. 5.00 Bedsteads, Chairs and Dishes, etc. WILLIS HALLOCK. Iowa State Fair. On account of the State Fair to be held at Des Moiues August 28th to September | 4th, the Chicago & North western R'y Co. will sell excursion tickets to Des Moines | and return at the very low rate of one fare for the round trip. Tickets and further information can be obtained from agents | C. &N. W. R'y. 47-48 Of Wild and Improved Land "Oh! how dreadfully yellow and greasy niy face is getting." Say do you know this js al) caused by a disordered liver, aud that your skin can be changed from a dark greasy yellow to a transparent white by the use of Beggs' Blood Purifier and Blood Maker? Every bottle guaranteed by F.W "" FENTON. Special Correspondence. Mrs. F. Ii. Ranney is on the sick list. Mrs. B. P, Tubbs is visiting ia Feoton. J. E, Boyle was 9, caller ia town last week. Geo. Hinkel is drawing lumber for a new para 26*86. Paul Moore arrived in. towa Umtweek and seems to be happy. Bert Waroer, of Leaner Co;, Mian-., is visiting at Mrs. Tibbett's. J. L. Blunt has sold the fo?ty awes that be, lives on to Wn». ?«ck. Fred Dehnart has rented his pja,9e to Arthur Moore and, goes to Burt to 21,1801. Special OorrespQBdQace. Hands are very scarre around here. Workman Byoj- are e»}oying a fljae trade. Mr. A. 0. Smith i» preparing to h»iW onblsfawp.' Dr. Howe is building an addition to his residence. is,-P. Sjnith was seea stacking oats,, hut ' Horses fuv Sale. A. M. & G. M. Johnson have some fine young horses for sale. Terms to suit purchaser. Jow» State Fair. For the State Fair to be held at Des Moines Aug. 38th to Sept. 4th, C, M. & St. P. Ry, will sell excursion tickets at one lowest short line fare. Speulul JJpUVCKt Excursion, On Tuesday, August 25 and September 29,1891. Special Harvest Excursion tickets will be sold at one and one-third of the regular flrstrclass one way fare. In the line of mechanical novelties, the Minneapolis Exposition opening on August 26th, promises an unusually interesting display. An: attractive folder sent us by the management gives a very good hat of the attractions of that character. Among them we aots an, envelope machine, a wood carving wacnine, flax scutch- ing machinery, % fulUiue of dairy machinery, and a number of other attractive specialties of like design. AS usual, esegllent music has been secured, the organizattoft known as the band of the 8th Mexlpaa Cavalry having been contracted with, Waterfowl* Boot* and fsUoe». I have jugtwceiv#d,an invoice of the above make, confining of Kangaroo. Calf and Dongola Kid, both for ladies' and gentlemen's wear. Jiving had 3S years experience in im manufacture ot boots and shoes I «*,» witjj confidence assure my patrons tail f9* quality of material and style of fiuieh these eoods fcavei no superior ia eyj wtpfijei. Prices tojuit tlie $»es. _ . T\'_ - «r~ RILEY & YOUNG'S Combination SLUT and WIRE FEME. It Is a fence for open countries, for It cannot he blown down. It is the fence for low lauds, for it cannot be washed away. It destroys no ground whatever, and if beauty lie considered an advantage, it is the neatest and handsomest farm fence in t)ie world. In short, it combines the good qualities of all fences in an eminent degree, and as soon as introduced will become tlie popular fence of the country. It is beautiful and durable. It is strong and will Increase the price of your farm far more thnn any other fence. It will last much loncer tlnui any other fence. It is a great addition, occupies less ground, excludes less sunshine, bos no superior as a fence. It is stronger than any other fence and will turn any stock no matter now breacUy. It is plainly visible and is not dangerous to stock like barb wire. The best horse fence in the world. It will protect all crops from a half grown chicHeu to a wild ox, It is the most uniform, and by comparison of cost much the cheapest. Kept for sale in all parts of Kossuth county. Maflo Oy Biley & Young, Aigoua, lowa. Free City Delivery Ambrose A. Call, President. D. U. Hutclu»s, Vice-President. J. C. Cashier, FIRST NATIONAL (lfAlg<,na,Iowu. BT-CAPlTAt $50,000.00. Money aU V uy« reaVouaSle rates to parties who can furnish first-cluss security Directors-Ambrose A. CaU, D.H.Hutchius, J. C. lUackforrt, C. H. Hutchins. Philip Dorweiler, A. P. Clarke. ou l.^id ty loan at Win, K, •Kt J J , -1 , i\<. This space is reserved for Dr L. K. Garfield, who will sell U any bicycle not represented foy , Agts. in Algona X FARM LOANS. We can now nafee loans on Imiwowd Unds from we to paid. ten jole :alls wwwtf** • -•• — - -tl—W V "v *•»»!*-*«•-* ?**" will enable the borrower to ie» usiumvBn*™-—j .save the Interest ou tlie amount Money furnished at oucepi perfect title, (Jail w or ad4vess, H, HOXIE, iyi. z. GROVE. OQHN GROVE. LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE STABLE, 4 Best Qf Horses and Carriages. West ot I'Uorington House, M VME. GROVi. F. L. PARISH. Tin S FEOIAL ATTENTION \viU be given to &U feiadsof repairing, meludiBg^nwiwe. W~ ft tur atwviv v* *vt**•"-*••«* ^", TrT ~^.— oUne Stoves. Guus, Pumas a» ers. Am also prepared to — do plumping and <*as rop&ig. Prompt 4 • ' wy

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