The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on November 11, 1891 · Page 8
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8 •easm THE REPUBLICAN: ALGOKA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1L 1891. THE OQTJOTT NEWS, Reported by Special Correspondents. fflft KBPtWLtcAN publishes more outside B f TOWS from the country and anmnindliiR towns gk. tBftB all the six other papers published m Ivos- s ' Bufh county combined. For the Bancroft NEWS see page o. , To UOKHKSPON BENTS :—AH correspondence fbrthe RwpununAN should roach this olTice fiat lnt«r thnii Tuesday evening. Please bear tnt.siii iiilncl. n. P. WESLEY. Chnpiu is again on the sick Mr list. Mrs. Lawson returned from Chicago Satnrdny. Mrs. F. M. Butts will return (o Chicago Wednesday. M. Butts is confined to his hod with rheumatism. L. D. Russ of Chicago is here looking after his land interests. The cross was raised over the Catholic Belt on I house Saturday. Mrs. Smith from Wisconsin has come to upend the winter with her son, II. Mrs. Longbottom is enjoying a visit from some of her relatives from Wisconsin. A good harness maker and a good shoe Maker would find an excellent opening here. Mrs E. .1. Yorker is now settled in her new house and ready to do all kinds of dress making. J T rs. Snnford of Vfcst Dayton, Iowa, IS £^"udiii s t\ JVw days wjlfo, Uev. Me- BruL's family. Wm Breen is applying a new coat of pahit to the Sherman House. It is a great improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Peterson and daughter, Celia, of Minnesota, visited Ben's brother, Mr. Olo Peterson; last week. Parties from Britt have been here searching the town for carpenters but "were obliged to go away unsuccessful. Fred Amesbury has bought E. T. Bacon's inierestin Bacon & Sons hardware store. The new firm name will be Bacon & Amesbury. Will GHlcsp'ie, living west of town, is about to s«ll his stock and farm implements and move to Wesley. He proposes resuming his trade of black smithing. E. E. Waite, living one mile north of Wesley, has sold the east quarter section of hi.3 land to the Gray brothers, consideration $15 per acre. The land is unimproved. The vote just polled in Wesley township shows an increase of 200 in population since June of last year. This is an increase of about 30 per cent. I have this fact from the person who took the census. Grandpa Bacon is getting ready to go to Chiongo to spend the winter. Mr. Bacon is nearly 92 years of age but his mind is still clear and his memory good And it is a very interesting to listen to his reminiscences. Charley Lindsey has gone to Butt to work in the creamery. F. L. Ranney has the foundation to his barn nearly completed. P. Christiansen of Algona was in Fenton Saturday on business. August Patrets moved yesterday into Win. Pecks house on the Blunt farm. Miss Addie Moore commenced her school yesterday in the Webster district. J. L. Blunt and wife started last Wed nesday for their new homo in Kuthven, Iowa. AV HITT KMOKK. Mrs. Lutbrop our Station Agents wife is enjoying a visit from her sister. A. H. Hotelling was down from Bancroft to spend Sunday with his family. The M. E. Parsonage is being papered and painted, it will make a neat residence. Put Iliggins furnished a runaway Saturday, luckily no serious harm was done. Ilnracp Burns commenced pressing hay Monday, fifteen miles north of town. It has been announced that the Baptist church will be dedicated Sunday, Nov. 29 tli. Our Druggists wife arrived last week, they are keeping house in the rooms over the drug store. Ed. fngler has the lumber on the ground for a new building, south of John M (inch's livery barn. Mr and Mrs. Geo, Edgett are rejoicing over t lie advent of a new daughter in theiv home since Nov. 3d, C. " Stimson purchased Henry Halm's residence last Monday, the latter not to give possession until the first of May. Mrs. Ridgeway started last Thursday for Pomeroy and Lake City to visit friends, she expects to be absent several weeks. Mrs. C. J. Lover of Amboy Minn;, who has been visiting friends in Whittemore, went to Renwick to spend a few dr.ys the first of the week. The ruild weather we have been favored with the past week has been hailed with delight by everybody, especially the carpenters, and those putting up new buildings in town. Mrs. Munch has rented the front rooms of her house to Mr, J, II. Eicliorn and family* who arrived last week. Mi 1 . Eichorn is the proprietor of the butter tub factory we welcome the new comers and their families to Whittemore. Don't forget to attend the fair at the new church Wednesday evening New England supper will be served from six till nine p. m, after which the sale of fancy and useful articles will take place. Don't eat supper at home, but go up to the church and get a good meal, and BO help a good cause. The proceeds are to go toward furnishing the church,every one great and small, cordially invited. FENTON. W- H. Palmer is under the weather. Mrs. O. 0. Tibbetts was quite sick Sunday last. J. Holtz sold a horse to H. F. Dreyer for $180. Lou Tibbits is working in the Fenton crewnery. \ RAMSAY. We are still having lovely weather and the people are busy plowing and husking corn. Mr. S. Fox is now in the blacksmith shop here and ready for work. Bring it along. A. W. Kelsey and family were over this week from Essen visiting friends in this place. Mr. W. T. Hall expects to move to Bancroft in the near future to work for Mr, T. J. Bru'jr in the hardware business. Messrs. S. R. York, A. Kile and J. Jenks were up through those parts from Benton county hunting and fishing and having a good time generally. They called on the Beuton county folks that now sojourn in Ramsay. Mr. and Mrs. Harkness, of Yorkville, Illinois, rue here visiting their son-in-law, VIr. Levi Good and family. We understand that Mrs. Good's sister, who has been visiting during the summer, will re- urn with her parents to Illinois. UNION. Charlie Shroufe of Wesley was here on a visit Suviday, .Tas. Dolorshaw of Swea spend Tuesday night in Union. The Salisbury boys have built an addition to their house. J. Roberts of Bancroft will farm the D. II. Hutchins farm the coming year. Miss Gertie Wheeler who has been in Dakota all the fall is expected home soon. Grandpa and Grandma Bailey have returned from their visit to their old home. Mrs. Will Deibler and sons Harry and Warren who live in Irvington township spent several days last week with Mrs. W. II. Bailey. ' Mrs. Bolster and her grand son Lon Boardman visited at Mac. Smock's east of Sexton Sunday. Fred Wheeler accompanied them. James Andrews who had his arm so badly mangled in the threshing machine has had his liitle finger amputated. His arm is doing well but will lay him up all winter. The school house in the J. N. Wheeler district has been thoroughly over hauled and made much more comfortable for the winter term of school where Loyd Sarchett will "wield the Birch," and make his debut as a teacher. Perfect action and perfect health re suit from the use of DeWitt's Little Early Piisers, a perfect little pill. Improved Farm fox- .Suit*. Se qr and w hf ne qr Sec 11-94 28, town of Sherman, Kossuth county, Iowa, containing 240 acres, house, barn, granary, well, etc. G. H. GOODIUDGE, A. D. CI.AUKK, Plattville, Wis. Algomi, Iowa. 6 9 PUUI.IC .SALK. The undersigned will sell at public auction at his farm one mile west and four miles south of Algona on four mile creek, beginning at ten a. m., Wednesday, Nov. 18, the following described property, towit: 91 head of cattle; 35 cows, 10 heifers, 8 two year old steers, 7 yearling steers, 1(5 yearling heifers, 15 spring calves. Two head work horses, one set rope harness, one sulky plow. Free lunch at noon. Terms of sale—All sums under $10 cash. On all sums over f 10 a credit of ten months' time will be allowed on approved notes at 8 per cent interest. Five per cent discount for cash. D. A. HAGGARD, ANTON BOJIN. Auctioneer. 1'UHl.IC SAI.K. The undersigned will sell at public auction at his farm 3^ miles north of Algona on Friday, Nov. 13, 1891, the following property: 18 cows, all coming in during fall and early winter, except 8 now having calves by their sides— all with calf to a full blood red polled bull, also four eight gallon milk cans. Terms — One year's time at eight per cent, with approved notes. Three per cent, off for cash. Free lunch at noon. I will offer for sale my red polled bull and some half blood bull calves. D. A. HAOGAKD, Auctioneer. 5 6 MYBON SCHEKCK. AN UNPARALLELED OFFER! A Farm and Stock Paper FREE To Every Subscriber of THE REPUBLICAN! We ore pluased to announce that we have made arrangements with the publishers of The Western Plowman whereby we can give that excellent Stock, Farm and Household Journal FIJ1DE to every subscriber of TUB REPUBLICAN upon conditions named below. The arrangement is For a Limited Time Only! And will be offered by uo other paper, in Kossuth county, o nil who pay all arrearages and one year in advance from we will give The Western Plowman Free lor 0110 year. wl ff IvpTw T , ay mi(! - vnnr in arivnncc f ? om clflte of Payment will give The Western Plowman Free for one year. o all whose subscription is paid a part of the year in advance who will pay enough to make it a whole year in advance, will give The Western Plowman 1'rec lor one year. is the The Western Plowman is a 00 column Stock and Earm iniper and is chuck full of practical, valuable information for .he farmer and stock raiser. Come in and subscribe now; get your friends to come with you und get the best, paper published in KossuUi county and an excellent farm paper with it. OCXMEl IIST .A.T O3STOEJ. Imliuu War N One of the most potent factors in causing the close of the Sioux War was the promise of the government to make suitable provision for the. maintenance of the Indians, and in the agreement finally signed Young-Man-Afraid of-His Horses especially stipulated that a full supply of Bailer's Barb Wire Liniment be provided, as it was the most wonderful remedy they had ever used on their horses. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheets. Original Notice. STATE OK IOWA. U, KossutU County, f • District Court, December isat. Term. Alda K. Wilson againut Clws. H. Wilson. To Chas. H, Wi'soii, defendant : You are hereby notified that there Is now on llle a petition ol Die plalulm in the above entitled action in the office of the clerk of said court, claiming of you a divorce from the bonds of matrimony oil the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatmeut.desertiou aud habitual drunk enness. and also claiming the custody of tier child Netti* May Wilson ; aud unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the first day ol the next December, isai. term' of said district court, to bo begun and holiieu.at tlie court bouse in Algona in said county, on the Till day of December, 1801, default will be entered against y«u,and judgment rendered thereon m accordance with said pe* The Phenomenal SUQBBSS Achieved by this Firm is to be attributed to; 1st—The utmost care that is given in selecting and buying none but the best of materials. 2d—The best of workmanship in all their branches. 3d—By the combination and practical use of the most important im provements made. In this manner we effect the most obtainable result in regard to quality and durability. Our instruments have a rich volume of tone, pure and of long sustaining, singing quality, Our cases are double veneered inside and outside, thus avoiding the checking utid warping. Our key-bottoms are framed together like a door, and therefore .bound to keep straight. Our patent music rack is the plainest and yet most serviceable 5n existence Our patent fall board is a novelty and of the most practical usefulness. The patent repeating action is highly appreciated by expert players, as well as by scholars. The patent tuning-pin fastening, only used in our pianos, is the most important improvement ever invented; the tuning pin being inserted only in the full iron frame thus lessening the liability of stretching and loosing of the springs, so commonly found in pianos with wooden wrest planks. We challenge the world that our piano will stand longer in tune than any other made in the ordinary way. Special prices to introduce these pianos where we have no agent. Good agents wanted. Direct all correspondence to J. LISTER, Box m, GLIDDEN, IOWA, Supt. of Iowa ngencies. A r- y-> r i'i Burt Republican. * j&AXjXiOOXC* BUBT, IOWA, NOVEMBER 11, 1891. Oats 20 Eggs 16 Cattle $0.00 Wheat.... 70<a>.75 Flax $".75 Corn 00 Butter 25 Hogs 8.10 Barley ... .25@.80 Hay o.OO fiVKT HOME Mrs. J. II. Graham is gaining alowly. Jos. Markel will mend your shoes and boots. Dr. 1 McCormack moved to Algona on Monday. W. B. Haggard was a visitor to our city on Saturday, It is reported that there is a case of diphtheria at J. A. Jennings. Jno. Henry has been working the past week for Clark Coffin in the livery stable. C. II. Nichols' mother and iwo sisters arrived last Tuesday to make him a visit. The Sabbath School Convention was pretty well attended and proved quite interesting. C. W. Stockwell was down from Ban croft Sunday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cady. S, J. O'Neil has bought lots south of the Presbyterian church and is preparing to build thereon. Dr. A. A. Beaue already has a good piactice and made a good impression upon our people. S. J. O'Neill has sold his residence and two lots to Den Paine. Mr. O'Neill will rebuild but just where he has not just yet decided. Fred Wilcox is attending a dairy convention in Bremer county, and "Chuck" Lindsay is at work during his absence in the creamery. The Ladies Mite Society will give a literary entertainment at Mrs. Russell Cooke's Friday evening, Nov. 13. Refreshments will be served. Charles Long, son-in-law of Rev. Forsythe, is putting up a portable photograph and when completed will be moved up on Main street ready for business. Jos Markel has opened up a boot and shoe repair shop in with the harness maker, and is now prepared to do all kinds of cobbling. We have needed a cobbler for some time. Mr. Colver has discontinued work at the east Burt creamery and has moved his family in rooms in Geo. Eastman's building. Colver left Monday night to look after his farm in Holt county Nebraska. He says he has gone to husk his corn. A, A, Beane, A* M,, M, D. Office at the BURT HOTEL. LOOK HEU] All persons knowing themselves indebted to me must call and settle either bv note or cash Within SO Days. Or my books will be turned over for collection. I must have money and mean what I say. M. SIIABKPJSII, Lenox soap cheap by the box at the Cash Store. TAKE NOTICE. All persons indebted to me on account will please call and settle. If the time I have allowed you has been an accommodation please accommodate me now with the cash. 2-tf G. B. WHITNEY. Frank—Don't you think Stella has a beautiful complexion? May—Yes; I selected it for her myself before we left New York. "0! bow I dread to see my hair turning gray," is a remark made by so many ladies. If they only knew that 75 cents invested in one bottle of Beggs' Hair Renewer would not only check it at once, but give it a luxurious and gloss}' appearance, we know that they would not hesitate to buy. We guarantee every bottle. Sold by F. W. Dingley. Foil SALE CHEAP—One cook stove and ne heating stove. Both nearly as good as new. H. B. HALLOCK. Closing Out! We luivo decided to close out our entire stock of BOOTS and SHOES And handle more And shall sell at 0 J 1 Until they are all gone. ;i Come in and. see us and we will save you money. They are bound to go quick and "first come iirst served." Cady & Hal -., Burt lias a Furniture Store. Buy your furniture of W. M. Cook. E5PA good stock and reasonable prices, 9 G-EO. E. MARBLE~ Still runs a—— AT BURT. Fresh Groceries always on hand and a> good assortment of General Merchandise. My young friend, do you want an education? We will give away two grand educational prizes between now and the holidays. One is a full scholarship, in any single course in any college, academy or seminary of your own selection in the west. The other is a full scholarship in any western commercial school. Either of these prizes is within your reach without the investment of a dollar. Do YOU WANT IT? If so, do not wait a minute to write us. It is the chance of your lifetime to secure a free education. w&STERH PbOWMflN. Mollne, III Get your BILLS Printed at tbe Republican Office We do all fciuda of Job Work and will give you satfafaettou. Go to Graham's for pumps. Behind the bars—tbe singer that doesn't, koep up witb tbe accompanist, If you are troubled with rheumatism or a lame back, bind on over the seat of >ain a piece of flannel dampened with "lhamberlain's Pain Balm. You will be surprised at the prompt relief it affords. ?ifty cent bottles for sale by Dr. L. A. Dheetz. We are Fullfof New Goods* We need Room ami wo need Money. If you are in need of DRES8 GOODS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, UNDER WEAR,. CLOTHING or MOOTS ami SHOES.. Call on us and \vo can suit you in. goods and prices. Truly Yours. XICITOLBON &! J. B. CORK, Real Estate Agt. BUJRT, IOWA. Good farms for sale. REPAIRING. I have opened up a Boot and Shoe Repair Shop —In— OSTRANDEB'S HARNESS SHOP, Ana am prepared to do all kinds of repairing in neat and workmanlike manner. Give me a call. JAB. MAUKEL. When in town call on Whitney and see his new line of HEATING STOVES Remember he always has on, hand a full line of Shelf and Heavy Hardware. NEW HARNESS SHOP. I have opened 'up a harness shop above McDonalds hardware and will make first-class harness to order. Also do all kinds of repairing. Will also keep on band a good line of STOP -AT THE- BURT HOTEL! M, i, MAYHEW, Proprietor. Good Accommodations. Livery and Feed Stable in connection with botw. Give me a call, PLOWS. O i When you nee<J anything In Plows caUontlie new Firm of .1 *

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