The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1892 · Page 5
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TH1-: UKPUBLICAN, ALGQNA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, J892. , CHURCHJjl&fiCTO&Y. • VKWl!H DAV AUVKNtisT-8abbat.li School Bstnlrdny at 2 p in.. K. P. D8,wson, Super- Jntefldeftt. 3 P- ni. bible rending, condu6ted by Wm. Clenry. Prayer and social meeting every Filday evening. Everybody Invited. , WM. cr.KAHV, Local Rider. F BttK M*THODtsT-Servlces Ht the Free M6thodlst church fivo us follows •. hvery Snndfty r Sunday School at to a. m.j social meeting at 11 a.m., preaching at, 1 :30 p. in. Kvery Thursday prayer meeting- at 7 :30 p. m. CYBUS COOK, Faster. MltS. A. V. COOK. Assistant Pastor. Original I Notice, S3 ttKimit KVANOKDCAt, LUTHERAN - Scr- vtces every tlilrd Sunday at, to ;:)0 a. m. ami 1 :30 p.m. ; two evening meetings In a month ; Sunday school at 12 in. each Sunday ; Ladles Aid society meets every third Friday ; everybody who understands the Swedish language Is invited. RBV. AXEL ELFSTKOM, Pastor. F IRST CONOUEOATIONAL OHUKCH, corner Moore and McGregor streets. Pastors study with Mr. D. 8. 1'ord, opposite church. Sunday 11 a. in., 7:30 p. m.. services witn Tireachlnes ; 10 a. in. Sabbath School : (i :3<) p. in. Y. P, S. 0. K. Wednesday evening at 7 :3(; p. m. regular mid week service wiUi exposition or Sunday School lesson for following Sabbath. Superintendent 0. M, Doxsee, Assistant Superintendent Milt A. llollabangb. \v, |«. DAVIDSON, Pastor. i' TV/TimioniRT KMSCOPAL—I'reaehlng every " jyjL Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30p.m. Sunday School at 12 in. Kpworth League every . SUuday evening H-t 0 :1B, business meeting every fourth Friday. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7 ;3(>. .„.„,, Missionary Societies-Young Ladles Boieign,. _ first Haturduy of ea«h month at 3 p.m. Woman s Forelgn.llrst Sunday oE each month at 3 o'clock p.m. Home-Third Thursday of each month ar 3 o'clock p. m. A. S. KL'ANJCJAN. Pastor. B APTIST—Services Sunday a. in. preaching at 11 o'clock, preaching at 7 :30 p. m. Covenant meeting every month on the Saturday before the first Sunday at 2 :30 p. in. Communion service once in two months beginning witn .January on the first Sunday in the month. Young peoples service every Sunday evening, one houi before preaching service, Carrie Johnson, nes. Sunday School after morning service every Sunday, .Tames Chapln, superintendent. Prayei meeting Wednesday evening at 7 :30 p. m. A cordial invitation extended to strangers. W. H.DOBWABD, Pastor. .STATE OF" fOWA, Kossuth County. In the District Court of said county notice. The American Investment Company of Emmetsburg. Iowa, vs. Sadie Shrfner, Joint T. Hanna and Mrs. John T. Manna.- To the above named defendants : You are hereby notified that there is now on file In the oillce of the Clerk of the District Court tn and for said r;ounty of Kossuth, State of Iowa, the petition of' the above named plaintiff, claiming ot yon One Hundred dollars ($100) on the promissory notes of the defendant Bhrlner boslHos Five doitors (95) abstract fees and lawful attorney's fi-es ar.d asking the foreclosure c.f tho mortgage or d«ed of trust made by (leo. M. Annln and wife to K. S. Ormsby, trustee, on nc qrseen) twp oo n range an west by which payment of the same Is secured. And that unless you appear and make defense thereto before noon of the second day of the next term of said Court, to be begun and held at Algona, in said county, on the 10th day of May, 18!,;;, a default will bo entered against you, and judgment rr.tulcrcd thereon. Soi'Bll, Al,U«, & MOHMNO, 22-2!i Attorneys for 1'latntiff. Messrs. Cage & Sherman,of Alexander, Texas write us regarding a remarkable cure of rheumatism there as follows: "The wife of Mr. Wm. Pruitt, the Postmaster here, had been bed riden with rheumatism for several years. She could get nothing to do her any gaod. We sold her a bottle Chamberlin's Pain Balm and she was completely cured by its use. We refer any one to her to verify this statement." 50 cents bottles for sale by Dr. L. A. Sheet/,. LEAVING AND ARRIVING TIME OF TRAINS, Trains leave Kmmotsburg as follows ! (lOIttO NOUTH. No, 61 pHssengei 1 4 :25 p m No. fi3 passenger. o :I3 ti m No. 65 freight ...3:00pm No. on freight s :35am UO;NO SOUTH. No. no passenger s :35 a m No. 02 passenger B :3i> p m No. C4 freight 8 :35 a m To RAILROAD LANDS 'For Sale by tlin Illinois Central K. B. Co. at Low 1'rlces and on Kany Terms in Southern Illinois, The best farm country In the world for either lawe or small farms, gardens, orchards, or Clear Out DR. S, CANTER, THE WELL KNOWN SCIENTIFIC IBTJSST-A-IISr And Eye and Ear Specialist. EYIE1S M-AJOIEJ Glasses fitted for astigmatism and other complicafed eye troubles. Will be again In Algonn.'at Tennant House, Thursday, Friday ami Saturday, March 10,11 and 12. FOR THREE DAYS ONLY. A very lino line of saddles just received at F; S. STOUGH'S After popping the question The youth didn't stop, But, at her suggestion, Went and questioned the "pop." "I have just recovered from a second attack of the grip this year," says Mr. Jas. 0. Jones, publisher of the Leader, Mexia,Texas. "In the latter case I used, Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy, and I think with considerable success, only bo- ing in bed a.lit tie over two days, against ten days for the first attack. The second I am satisfied would have been equally as bad as the first but for the use of this remedy, as I had to go to bed in about six tyours after being 'struck' with it, while in the first case I was able to attend to business about two days before getting 'down'. 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. L. A. Sheetz. Photographer — That is certainly a good picture for an amateur, very good. How did you manage to get sue.h a pleasant expression on that gentleman's face? Amateur—I told him I wasn't going to charge anything. Beware of Swindlers. We have exposed during the last year many swindlers who advertise, under the name of medicine, vile compounds which only increase human suffering. To all who need a pure medicine and bloo'd purifier we can honestly recommend Sulphur Bitters.—Editor Sun. Bicycle dealer—This machine will be better for your boy than a pony. It does not eat anything. Frugal parent—No, it won't eat anything, but I'm afraid it'll give the boy a thunderin' big appetite. Deafness Can't Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing^" will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces, We will give one hundred dollars for anyi case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that we cannot cure by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CJIENEY & Co,, JEg-Sold by druggists, 75. Toledo.O. Butler and Peffer would be a good team. Butler could furnish the wind and Peffer the whiskers, and possibly they might blow through. "What do you think of that?" asked one workman of another when they dug up the petrified man. "It's a hard thing to look upon," was the reply. "O! how 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 glossy appearance, we know that they would not lies- itate to buy. We guarantee every bottle Sold by F. W. Dingley. The Minneapolis Fanning Mill will remove cockel, buckwheat, mustard and all foul seeds from grain. Call at A. M. & G. M. Johnsons and see what they will do. Fur robes and horse blankets at cost at F. S. STOUGH'S. nif. raising; .stock or sheep. Tills Is destined soon to become tlio richest portion of- the' State of Illinois In material wealth, as it is already In the productiveness of its foil. -A greater variety of crops, with a greater profit, can he grown on a less amount of lands tn this country 'than can be raised in any other portion of this state. Its soil, climate, location, and unequalcd facilities for transportation to Chicago— the greatest market, in the world— all combine to assure a future of great promise to the owner of any of these lands that are now sold at so low a price. Early vegetables and fruits of all kinds.apples that are acknowledged superior to any grown even in New York state, pears that are without rival In flavor and abundance, winter wheat that takes the premium wherever displayed, the home of clove.t and blue grn."s, where sheep can be raised to the greatest profit, and stock can be wintered with but two month's feeding at the most ; healthy and equable climate, line schools and churches of many denominations. Such are some of the advantages of this great country, situated in the very heart of the Mississippi Valley, to which every prophecy points as the future great center of wealth and power in the United states. Don't go elsewhere to buy lands for farms until you SHC Southern Illinois, where farmers and truit growers have made such profits as 9800 oft' of 1 acieof Htrawberrless in 1 year 500 250 250 700 300 Tomatoes Melons Apples ,1'ears Early apples Buy some of these lands and you can do it, too, by industry and well-directed efforts. Special inducements and facilities offered by the Illinois Central Kailroad Company, to go and examine these lauds. For full description and map and any information, address or call upon - K. V-. SKKNB, Laud .Commissioner I. 0. It. K. Co. -78 Michigan ,' ie.. Chicago, Illinois. 20tf Bertha: Grandma, is oor teef good? Grandma: No, darling; I've got none now, unfortunately. Bertha: Then I'll give oo my nuts to mind till I come back. bout, Town. It is tho current, report about town that Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures with people who are troubled with coughs, sore throa^'asthma, bronchitis and consumption, Any druggist will give you a trial bottle free of cost. It is guaranteed to relieve and cure. The large- bottles are 50c and $1. Wo truly believe De Witt's Little Early Risers to be the most natural, most effct- tve, most prompt and economical pill for biliousness,indigestion and inactive liver. Stough is giving bargains in women's lined shoes. Hurrah for the Fanners. Something 'they all need. The Excelsior Windmill Attachment and Feed Grinder, can be attached to any wind mill and is guaranteed to do the work of any feed grinder. Sample of the grinders may be seen at Matt Richardson's ware house on State street. Come in and see us. Every machine sold is guaranteed to work or we get no pay. Jos. HUGI & BKOB., MATT RICHARDSON, Algona. 7-84 Agent. My stock of Winter Goods, I will sell all my Felt Boots, German Socks, Mittens, Ladies' Lined Shoes, Slippers, Men's Cloth Boots, Blankets and Robes Dr. Canter 5s a practical oculist of man years' experience and a graduate of the celebrated optical institute of Russia. He i s prepared to treat the eye and ear for any of their diseases or properly fit glasses for any condition requir-: ing aid of this character. Dr. Canter corrects the most difficult cases of far, near and oldsight, simple, compound and mixed astigmatism, muscular weakness, double sight, etc., treated or fitted to glasses as they may require. Dr. Canter has. the only crystal- ized medicated lenses in this country, and fits them to the eye when all other glasses have failed to give comfort. Also gives medicine for in- growing hair in the eyes. He also inserts artificial eyes without pain, which move and look like the natural eye. Remember his medicated lenses are especially adapted for •weak and watery eyesjinflamed eyelids and nervous headache. "Dear me, what a trouble it is to have poor spectacles! I have been trying; to thread this needle for the last half hour and have not got it threaded yet. I really believe I am going blind; my eyes are failing very fast; I cannot see to- read the newspapers any more after night, as the letters all seem to run together. My eyes burn and blur whenever I try^to read. I declare the spec-- tacles make me crazy." She Had Enough. It was the Fourth of July. A little miss of four years was told to take her fteinoon nap, and when she got up she ould watch the boys put off fire crack- ra. By and by a. heavy thunder shower ,ame, and auntie went in to see if' Miss lachel were frightened, and she. was, or she immediately exclaimed, "Aunt Amy, 1 don't want to hear any more water crackers."—Babyhood. WANTED. Students in Telegraphy and Station Reports. Complete course. Best equipped school. Austin Telegraphic Institute. Austin, Minn. Good city property for sale or rent inj quire of D. A. HAGGARD. A choice line of fresh at Hudson & Langdon's. teas and coffees Breakfast Cocoa is very nice Langdon & Hudson have it. For Neuralgia use Dr. Miles' Nervine.. "Late to bed and early to rise wil shorten <the road to your home in th skies." But early to bed and a "Little Early Riser," the pill that makes lif longer and better and wiser. .v • Interested People. Advertising a patent medicine is a peculiar way in which the proprietor of Kemp's Balsam for coughs and colds doep, it is indeed wonderful. He author* L ~~ izes all druggists to give those who call lor it a sample bottle free that they may try Jt before purchasing. The large bottles aire 50c and $1. We certainly would advise a trial. It may save you from consumption. ,Tj&e largesUine of harness ever in Al- goija is now to be seen atStough's, . If you want the beat Baling Press in tJ»* world, write Collins.Plow Co.,Qu,incy, JlUnois, for catalogue and prices. 18-18 All kinds of arctics at greatly reducec rates'at Slough's. *. -•*»••• • ••• ._ i -Ask Druggist for free bottle Dr. Miles' Nervine Canada maple syrup—something fine at LANGDON & HUDSON.* Armed for the Fray. A tramp applied to a lady for work ,iid was given some carpets to beat. He did the job so well that she commended him for it. "You must have beaten carpets frequently to be such an expert," she said. "Never beat a carpet before in my ife, lady. I've allus teached school," le answered promptly.—Detroit Free Press. Bverything Warranted. Bulfinch—Have you any indelible ink? Clerk—Oh, yes. Bulfinch—- Warranted absolutely indelible? Clerk—I can guarantee it absolutely. Anything more today? Bulfinch—No. Clerk—Wouldn't you like an eraser? Here's a very tine ink eraser that I can guarantee will erase indelible ink in a second.—Boston Courier. At Cost And all kinds of ARCTICS At Greatly Reduced Rates; F.S. STOUGH. Sanitarium crackers at & HUDSON. cared by Dr. New Heart Cure. but there "He pay be a good lawyer, is not muck sense to his talk." "Weil that isn't noticed, you know, for he talks mostly to juries.' 1 Colic, Diarrhoea, Dysentery aj»4 all kindred complaints are dangerous If allowed to run any length of time. So it 1 is. tfce duty of all parents to keep » /icine OD band at «J1 Urnes that will § positive and psruaa&ent cure, Balsam ia, "What makes Dumps look so black today." "I suspect it is because he feels blue." See the biggest] lot of harness in town at P- S. STOUGII'S. Before he married me John said he would love me too well ever to see me build a fire. And does he? Yes, he never looks at me when I am building it. Vote Agaiust the Greenbacks. It is reported that if the greenbackers get into power they will pass a law to make everyone buy Haller's sure cure cough syrup and do away witlj doctors, *> .. . . . - - ; . .. . .,I want you to understand, John Henry, that'you aint to drink that Haller's Sarsaparilla §11 up, I got for pap and me. Pap he sez—roam—you go down and git —bottle of Haller's Sarsaparilla & Burdock and will git over feeling so tired and bad and git tid of all them pimples. So let that alone now— yor sale by Dr. L. A. Sbeetz, Subscribe now. Drunkenness—Uqtior Habit—In ull the World, there is but One Cure. Dr. Haiiies' Golden Specific. It can be given in a cup of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the pei sou taking it, effecting a speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards liave been cured who have taken the Golden Specillc in their coffee without their knowledge, and today believe they quit drinking of their own free will. No harmful effects results from Its' administration. Cures .guaranteed. Send for circulars and full particulars. Address in confidence, Golden Specific Co., 185, Race street, Cincinnati. Ohio. 22-12 To Real Estate THE REPUBLICAN'S THE LIGHT RUNNING * "DOMESTIC" Of Kossuth County are out Order a supply immediately. TTSXISTGr. "Well, well, is it possible I have threaded that needle the first trial? It seems to me I am now in a new world; my eyes feel so much .better than they have for years. I can see to read or thread a needle just as well as when I was young. My eyes used to ache and burn and feel as though they were full of sand or sticks. Whenever I would read I would have to clean my glasses every few minutes because my eyes would blur, life was a misery to me. I had about despaired of ever obtaining any relief or rest for my eyes. No use talking, when everything else fails Dr. Canter's Medicated Spectacles will make you see like when you were young." , , Dr. Canter also manufactures the celebrated patent ear phones, by which- the deaf are made to hear in a marvelous manner. The phones are guaranteed to give satisfaction in every case in which the doctor recommends them. Should you know of any one in your vicinity who is deaf or partially so, please advise* them to call on the doctor and he will show the phones, al»o explain the philosophy of them. The doctor is fully able t» substantiate all claims made for the phones. |^°TO THE PUBLIC:—Deeming it but due to the people who are strangers to me, to give them some evidence of my ability and reputation, other than iny own assertions, I hereby submit a few names of the many thousands who weatr my spectacles and are using my medicines, and the rest will speak and gladly testify to the comfort and brightness of vision they have received from using- Dr. Canter's Medicated Spectacles. Afton, Iowa.—Miss Clara Davis, Mr. John Inkis and wife, Mrs. L. Blanchard, Miss Minnie Burtch, Mr. Abner Nichols, Mrs. E. Babcock, Mr. E. Melton,. Mrs. F. Hudson, Mr. Stephen Statler, Mrs. Nancy McCardney, Mr. H. H. Darst. Farragut, Iowa—Dr. Bobbins and wife, Mr. Jas. McCoughn, Miss Altt» Bell, Mr. C. Crossor, Mr. H. Rogers, Mrs. Hannah Greedy, Mr. A. J. Gray and wife, Mrs. Margaret Richey, Mrs. W. T. McKean, Mr. Isaac Smith, Mrs. G-. B. Clark, Mrs. E. Hobbs. „ „ ,' Sidney, Iowa.—Mr. G. Gray and wife, Mr. D F. Cramer, Mrs. P. G. Cowles,, Mr. Wm. Egloft', Mr. D. Perry, Mr. L. D. Schafer, Mr. J. W. Omer, Mrs. A. Parley Bagley, Mr F. P. Spencer and boy, Miss Lulu Bobee, Mr. J. Q. Graham, Mrs. C. Strickler, Mr. A. L. Sheldon. Mr. J. G. Dana, Mr. T. Titterinson, Mr. James Hill and wife. „ _, Malvern, Iowa.—Dr. S. T. Brothers, Mr. J. T. Hames, Mrs. M. J. Sherm.au> Miss A. Berkheimer, Mrs. G. C. Brohard. Mrs. Levina Keymble, Mr. Rem Ho berth, Mr. C. H. Leighty and wife, Mr. Wm. Noris and wife, Mr. S. Roose, Miss Lizzie Rowley, Mr. D. H. Thompson and wife, Mrs. M. Glover, Mr. C. Brooks and wife, Miss M. Byers, Mrs. A. E. Eddy, Mrs. Maria Bennett, Mrs. M. Riekabaugh,. Mrs. J. J. Johnson, Mr. Haizer, Mr. A. C. Place. Vlllls'ca, Iowa.—Mrs. L. Brown, Mrs. J. Mills, Mr. F. E. Cooper, Mr. C. E. Jenkins and wife, Mrs, E. S. Sanford, Mrs. B. McMillen, Mr. C. C. Miller and wife, Mr. R. McMillen, Mr. M. Cowgill, Mrs. B. Cowgill, Mr. Chas. Kilgor, Mr. David Markley, Mrs. Hannah Hiatt, Mrs. E. Moore, Mrs G. Ridgeway. Over 20,000 persons fitted with spectacles by a scientific examination of the eye. The doctor guarantees to fit the eyes so you can read or thread a needle just the same, as when you were young, Don't lose an oppoturnity you may never have again. Economy—go blind by wearing cheap spectacles, is poo? economy. Sight is priceless, money cannot buy it. Persons wishing Dr. Canter to examine their eyes will please call at the Tennant House, where he will be for three- days only : Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 10, II ' and 12. Remember the date and conie early. from 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 5 p. m. '/V A's In 1 -' i 'V 9n \-l-i IS THE ONLY Kecouuuepd.ed toy the Queen. This is what all English people say about whatever i)»ey h»ve ioaelJ. Jn MACHINE YH»T 7MKF.S A PEHFECT And BUTTON-HOLE. 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