The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1894 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 27, 1894
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XX1IL KOSStmi OOtJMTY, IOWA r WJSDKESDAY. JUNK 27, 1894. No Bogus About This, ;But Genuine Bargains:- Cleaned Currants, per package $ .05 Japan Tea, per pound 20 Tea Dust, per pound package 30 ilb can Spice 07; Choice Maple Sugar, per pound 10 Worcestershire Sauce, per bottle 09 Mb can Van Houten's Cocoa 75 ISlPThe above genuine bargains for ' ff ONE WEEK ONLY, ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST. The Masons Celebrated Yesterday in Algona with Qtteat Enthusiasm. A Day Long to be Remembered Pleasantly.—Our Neighbors Were With Us. Dr. Geiger Delivers the Address. A T- A T A T Ambrose A. Oalftfl D.'Jl. HutcMns, Wm. K. Ferguson, C. B. Smith, Piesldent.' - Vice-Pros. Cashier. Ass't. Cash. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ALGONA, IOWA. CAPITAL, $5O,OOO. rf furnish flrst-classsecurty D. H. Hutching. S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, W. JF. Carter, Ambrose A. Call, K. H. Spencer, Wm. K., Ferguson. CASH CAPITAL-S5O.OOO.OO. \ OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS,^ A. D. Clarke, Pres., 0.0. Chubb, Vice Pros., Thos. H. Lantry. Cashier, Geo.L Galbralth, , *** rf,» J"** fc*VI*W«»W«*| • 1 ,, . > ,ThoB.F.Oooke. , s a !_'/^<v_.' -j--^. x.^ •"" t" Algona, Iowa. GENERAL BANKING, Private Safety Deposit Vaults. Interest Paid for Time Deposits. ,1 *•• , • W. U. lugham, President. «J. B. Jozies, Vice President. Lewis U. Smith, Cashier. Kossuth County State Bank. ALGO^A, IOWA. * CAPITL GO^A, IOWA. * CAPITAL $50,000; < rt« m .i? corp0 iF a!ted 5 B * e £ £ en 2 ral il? w 5, 0 ?, I0 tf *• • Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly and a, general , banking fousl- -. ness transacted. Passage tickets to or from jthtpld countries sold at lowest rates. , W. Wa&ThTBameSvlne/ 01111 G> SmWht ** ' J °° es> *' ohrlsonllles ' Lewis JB . Smith, j. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE! ' t 'J? you 'need an Abstract of Title to your land, it will pay you to have an experienced Ab' JONES & SMITH. ^^^**^^ i j * T^^Tf^^ ™ p^ff^^Wt T j «^P^«ipMJ ^JMv tt tt ' , B . 1 ' 1 .' vJ fr NEATM PPNE, ' , JQW4,' X 1 ' mmmm^m' <*•*** * Yesterday Was one of the greatest days that Algona ever saw. We have had ten times as large a crowd, but the city never had a grander civic celebra* tion, nor did she ever appear toiler own people nor to the numerous and distinguished strangers on her streets to better advantage. Nor, we venture to believe, did the North Central Iowa Masonic Association ever conduct a more appropriate or inspiring celebra* tion in honor of St. John the Baptist. The streets were gay witli bunting. Flags and streamers were everywhere and many business houses were •', decorated with strikingly beautiful, effect Among these were the fronts of Jas. Taylor, Dr. Studley and Mr. Bowyer, T. Chrischilles, P. W. Dingley, Setchell & Setchell, Miss 0. T. Dodd, Jno. Goeders, the three banks, Hay & Eice, Dingley & Moffatt, Patterson & Sarch ett, Jas. Patterson and Dr. Sheets^The lodges represented were those oE Spencer, Euthven, Emmetsburg, Oar- ner, Clear Lake, Mason City, Bancroft, Burt, Irvington, LuVerne, Livermore, West Bend, Spirit Lake and Eenwick. It was estimated that the attendance from outside was 600. Music was^furnished by the Emmetsburg Juvenile State Band, the Spencer Drum Corps and the Algona Band. The reception at 10 o'clock was held in" the Oddfel- lows'Hall, and the chief exercises in the afternoon were at the Opera House where tbe paogram' beretofore^|an- nounced was carried out. Col.'Onnsby of Emmetsburg, presided and^Eev. Geiger,-of Marion/delivered an "eloquent address. Senator Brower,-*Alex Peddle, J. T. Chrischilles, Mrs. Jl. F. Eandall 1 , Dr. Mprse, Mrs. Eice and'JiJrs/ Jackson^ spoke entertainingly,, w!hil4 •music waStfurnished'by, local talent." " '^The carriage drive'tothe farm of C. L^Lund anil the reception there were pljasant features of the day, About fojrty carriages were in line, 'and the drive was through streets arrayed in holiday decorations. , j|The banquet at the Eink was another gr^pd event.' The ladies of the Con-, gregational Society served an elegunt repast, and toasts were responded to by. Eey. Bagnell, Eev. Gorrell,' Mrs. Bli-' ven and Mr, Johnson of Emmetsburg,' 7 Mrs. Watson of Humboldt, Mr. Steb- biris of Spencer, Al Adams of Hum-, boldt, and Dr. Geiger, J, E. Jones presiding as Toast Master. A very enjoy- ableyreportpire^as afterward rendered att$e Opera House by the Bmmetsburg' Bjind,' The visiting -delegations ex-! pressed themselves in high praise of the 1 thQ^jibspitality extended by, -Algona,* apdCertainly the people of-this place' "o—- epjoyed s^b\ an occasion anyj laaKfilvr t ' " I * * in one sense. Again it didn't for the dust would have been exceedingly disagreeable and it prepared the roads Monday for a porfectday. Early Monday morning the little folks WOT gathered together and loaded upon large Wagons arranged for the purpose and gay'ly decorated with the national colors. Particularly attractive was the wagon carrying 44 boys and girls representing the states, who came back singing and all reported a fine time. A large number of the parents and friends of the schools wore in attendance.,., .Tho Wliit- lemoi'c Creamery Company's financial affairs have been settled in a way that is satisfactory to all patrons. Mr. Boyle's explanation of the situation was full and lucid, demonstrating to all that there has been no money stolen and the deficit was promptly made good by each stock-holder giving his note for his proportion of the amount.—Whittemorc Champion. Mrs. C. C. Samson, wifoof sheriff Samson of Kossuth county, has been a visitor in this city during the past few days among friends. While here Mrs. Samson inspected the interior of the county jail and otherwise informed herself as to the handling of the county's prisoners.—Mason City Herald. The Buffalo Center town council did a wise thing, occording to the Tribune, when they instructed the mayor to inform all parties insterested that in rebuilding the burnt district saloons and livery stables will not be given place. They must find stands upon some other street^ more remote from tho main thoroughfare of town. Rev. G. N. Luccock, wo believe the first pastor of the Spirit' Lake Presbyterian church, has accepted a call to the Metropolitan church at Washington, D. C, This is a marked distinction for a man of Mr. LuCcock's age, but it is no great surprise here, where great things have been expected of his ability.—Beacon; Emmetsburg has organized a company of Iowa Nation il Guards, sixty strong. It is to be known as Company K, Fourth Regiment. The officers are P. C. Refsell, Captain; A. G. Keller, First Lieutenant; C. M. Henry, Second Lieutenant. ', Judge Shiras last week appointed as receiver for the American "Company^- Emmetsburg, FrankE.-Allen, of Estherville, President of the FirstNation- al Bank of that place. The affairs of the company are in bad shape, if reports are .true, the liabilities'being largely in in excess of the asso.t.s- ^ ?'''»• A III t TAYLOR'S. A NEW LOT ' . f -AT- 29 Cents -ALSO- IN TAN, BLACK, BLUE, BEOWN AND WHITE WORTH 60 CEHTS. ^^ . 1 • iAt, the business meeting J. E. Jone» offtWs place was 'elected Presiaent, £,vM£EJbenny"Qf Speucer Yiqe Pres flent ; >n« A, B, , F^nj? s of, Spirit • Lake] Seor^ry A . Spirit n La^;e wa| ^ e d upon; as .Jib'e^ext pjac> gf n^eetip^ V ,- The. Algoiua 0,44 fellQw^ 'evinced a,' ng ^beir Ma-,; for suth county lately.. This time it'js a bull snake that was in the keg. Its another kind of a snake, boys, and mostly "holds forth in the boots." ' ,»• i Spirit Lake,is a popular , convention point. The eleventh republican Congressional convention was held there at Hotel Orleans last Wednesday, and yesterday- our Judicial convention was held at the same place. - A cyclone at Eagle Grove, Wednesday ,night, completely demolished the Catholic church and one house. No other serious damage was done. Tho church cost about|6,000; insurance, $4,000. The same storm demolished a Catholic church >at Clarion. J, J. Bruce, of Pocahontas county, .defends himself as a member of the A. P,' 1 A, : his paper of a recent date, There is a strong feeling in this country against political secret organizations, and tho feeljng ^is; we think, justifiable. ?T \, - 1 The Sac Sun .says that those who are (pushing saloon petitions are in most |n- % 'stances self-acknowledged., agents of St, ?Louis and Milwaukee brewe^ and are re- jseiving pay from thejrt, I The Spirit Lake qiautau<jua, Assembly will run from Jiily joth to g5th, A prpgram ijf \inupna.} interest has been prnparetl,,; 1 < The, attempts..of $ie rainmakers in,. Iowa . If you find yourself in need of ^ New Carpets, Curtains, Portieres, and Draperies; Rugs, Mats, Carpet Sweepers, 'REMEMBER •v ,^ W ,4>"i <t,V s. "V f f. ' ' - i X The Grane Offers you the Largest Assortment, „' The k Best Grooms; ; The Lowest Prices. LARGEST LATEST STYLES' -IN- LOWEST • PRICES J ',?'$$ p , ,, tin's year have been.'a decided iajjure, T.h.e.y Claim fa 'assjistjjature, by .c Ijflg ane}emen>ta'$u? atmosphere wlbc.! is n times of'drought, but' ' •;ft«^w$W'Jf«y»». .ajof'iW, . >v '?? !:*7™»rS1s .i,,r. v: <\' ^; - :,i*^ifc!:»V4i ? v-L ;£j^VM;r?te^ !^'S'^iFSi.'»" i^'irti 1 ' > %i y <; -A^v?Ss^ ^Xf^fcHlin?^ h^'d i«nfij8Mi«fa$:ni \ T -ff"C* ? Mi f, .1 w* v II'H .*« v 1 i" 112: PST fTft ~ li * ™ $**+*"* l»*lg;m*-toi'^.ftQi ^ '« •>' :*W£.i^r."T ! -7ia^?ir'<E^w;fW'Wf t; IM^M^M^^'AltfnnS: \

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