The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1894 · Page 8
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"~F BANCROFT NEWS Chicago & North* Wnsteftt KORT« SOtTTH Hfxed ...., 9 nam Mlied is-ayfreight.... 11 43am tassenger BANCROFT, IOWA, AUG. 22, 1894, way freight....8 .. 4 ospm -passenger 2 05pm FARMERS ATTEMOK The Place to get Tout Meals wheii in Town is at the FARMER'S HOTEL. A gooci square meat for $8 BOARD BY THE DAY AttD WEEK, TALLMAN, Proprietor, At the hotel formerly Stahl's Hotel. I am prepared to furnish the best of board a reasonable rates by the day or week. B^Warm Meals for Farmers a specialty. G. C. OSTRANDER, BANCROFT, IOWA. WELL BORING AND DRILLING. We have machinery of all sizes for boring or drilling wells. Water guaranteed or no pay. Call on or address, GALLION BROS., Bancroft, la. GEO. W. HUNTER, Conducted by J» A. Freeh. Gftod Eig for Oomrnerciiil and Business men furnished on short notice. StanW Bred Trotlen and Pacers FOR SALE OR TRADE. Thorlntrton street, South of Hotel Tennant. NEWS OP THE TOWN, Supper tonight at Baptist church. The Green wood and Portland nines will play a game of base ball at section 8 on Saturday of this week. The gaine profn^- | ises to be interesting. Geo. H. Daniels, of Webster City, and formerly cashier of the State Bank of this place, was up with his family visiting at B. F. Wickwire's. Both families are now spending a few days at Silver and Chain lakes. Supper at the Baptist church tonight. Mrs. Norman Anderson and Miss 'Augusta Jacobsoh, of Swca City, were baptized in the Baptist church hero last Sunday evening. Deputy Sheriff Branson had official business in Bancroft yesterday. Next Monday will be the day upon which the fate of watorwc rks will bo decided. The election will bo held on that day. We believe there are but few towns in Iowa the size of Bancroft bnt have waterworks and Bancroft should not bo behind in this important matter. Some make objection to waterworks for the reason that only the main part of town will receive protection which, however, has no weight as plenty of hoso can be secured and not only that but tho town will soon bo able to lay mains into the residence portion. The increase in tax will be but a small matter and the system of waterworks will Increase the value of every house and lot in town. The expense will be in tho neighborhood of $4,000, and 110 one who is in favor of water works wants cheap water works or works that will be insufficient in case of a conflagration. Wo believe tho best interests of Bancroft demand a first class system of waterworks and wo believe a majority of the voters will so decree next Monday. Let us have waterworks by all moans. It will boom tho town. Married, at J. F. Johnson's in West Bancroft on Monday, Aug. 2o, 1894, by Rev. T. S. Cole, Mr. John Newman and Miss Maggie Clausen. The NEWS wishes them much prosperity. Dr. Howe has bought the Phoenix barn outfit and will conduct the barn in the future. Mrs. Dr. Howe has bought out the Max sisters Millinery stock and will conduct a millinery store in the old State Bank building. Goo. F. Holloway is having the Max sisters' former store fitted up as a land office which will make i much more commodious place for him. Bofn, to Frank Uiehardsoh, of Portland township, on Sunday morning last, a boy. All arc doing well. Amie Smith, of Mt. Auburn, la., is here looking'after his land and Visiting With Dr. Howe and family. Supper at tho Baptist church tonight. Come all. .'.'.'., Mi's. Doty, mother of Michael Doty, north of town, is reported as behig very ill. The children of the M. E. Sunday school will have a picnic at Greenwood next Fri^ day afternoon and are planning for a glorious good time. ThoM. E. sociable last Friday night netted about $13. " The Masons will hold their next regular communication in their new hall oVer the State Bank. The Ladies' prayer meeting of the M. E. church meets with Mrs. Gco. W. Smith this afternoon. Married, at the Catholic church at 8 o'clock yesterday morning by Father A. J. Schcmmel, Ncls J. Mino and Miss Maggie Baker. The bride and groom both live north of town the brldc*s former homo being in Carroll county. Wo wish both a happy life. Nels J. Mino was baptized and received into the Catholic church last Monday evening. Twenty children will receive their first communion at the Catholic church next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Appropriate services will bo had in connection with the ceremony. Father Schweitzer, of Sinsinwo Mount, Wis., Is visiting with his-old friend and classmate, Father Schcmmel, at tho Catholic parsonage. . T. F. Kruse has 80 acres of oats that will average 50 bushels to tho acre easy. Besides furnishing the best insurance on earth, after this week J. A. Freeh will observe tho weather and hang out a signal flag from his office as he has been appointed local observer of the weather by the Washington authorities. John Wiukcl did his threshing the first of the week and the oats will go at least 45 bushels to the aero. Frank Harvey, of Decatur, 111., who came here a short time ago to work, had the misfortune to lose his balance while getting on a horse and broke his' arm just above the elbow one day last week. He is doing well at this writing. See J. A. Freeh if you want any insurance or to subscribe for the REPUBLICAN. johlft dtesoft, 6f Wesl€?, is Mis iJeath by a ttotsfc. — A Shctoting AecSdeht At Eutt. to A t»ri2e Fight tofnfes off al LedyarcL- S6ri6ca People have a Finfe metit.— The Bancroft Insurance Agency. The Only one in Kossuth County. J. A. Freeh, Proprietor. Companies Represented. Phoenix of Hartford. Fire Association, Philadelphia. State Insurance Co., of Des Moines. Capital Insurance Co., of Des Moines. Merchants and Bankers, of Des Moines. Anchor of Creston. Dubuque Fire and Marine, Dubuque. Standard Life and Accident. Equitable Life. Equitable Life Assurance Soc'y of theU.S Northwestern National of Milwaukee. chang-- needs I can do it If your Policy ing or fixing up, for you no matter what company you are insured in, Correspondence solicited. Creamery and Threshing Machine Insurance a Specialty. J xv Li I I—J LJ i s Ni TT 'I—la i"^ ^~*'K»/^^'fK . Jra.. ±? JrCr.Cijv^/Jn.. XJcLJ-J-O-L v—JJ. b, B, M, Richmond, Pres, B. F. Smith, Vice A. B. Richmond, 0. J. Lenander, Ass't, Cash. Farmers' & Traders' Savings Bank BANCROFT, IOWA. t Incorporated under the laws of the State of Iowa. None but home capital Inverted. Authorized capital, $50,000. Foreign and domestic exchange bought aud sold, and a general banking business transacted. Special attention given to collections. Insurance written, Steamship tickets to and from Kurope. DIRECTORS—R, M. Richmond, N, E, Sheridan, A, B. Richmond, B. F. Smith. Samuel Mayne.O. E. Mallory, J. N. Sheridan. Land, Loan, and Insurance Agency, • Established 1881. & large list of wild lands for sale, Improved farms and village property for sale or vent. Farm loans on Ipng time and low rates of interest. Offices at Bancroft and Swea City, Iowa. R. M. RICHMOND. CALL AT THE OFFICE OF LAND-. AND TOWN'. LOT insurance and Fan Loans R, ML^OHMONP '. ,'iXi», <• , , '',ffv.jK.tif, VA\ ' GALL OPERA HOUSE ALGONA,. IOWA. ; MONDAY, AUG. ; '•' 'i. •' V- Lincoln J. Carter's • Grand Scenic Production THE FAST MAIL, , 27TH, 10 Sets of Special Scenery. Flig-lit of'the Fast Mail. Niagara Falls hy Moonlight with Boil-. ing 1 31 is t. .Practical Working- Engine, and 14i Freight Cars, with Illuminated Caboose. The Dago Dive. .Realistic River Scene and Steamboat Explosion, and One Hundred other Startling- Effects. BUMS August 21.—Considerable rivalry has been developing lately between the north and south side business ffieii in the base ball line. Tuesday of last week and Monday of this Week business Was suspended at4o'clockp. m. and two mighty efforts werehiadft by the south slders tb hold their own, but they had to .concede both games to the north side. A large crowd witnessed the games, Algona and Hancrof t sending delegations. While out driving in company with several young ladies, Miss Jessie. Meggs "received quite a bad fall by tho rear seat of the buggy giving way, throwing her violently to the ground. She received quite serious injuries about the back. A number of our enterprising farmers arc having windmills put on their farms by H. Graham, our implement man, Alvin Hodson, Wm. Wright, A. Swain and Wm. McDermott among them. Last Sunday evening wo had the pleasure of listening to a first class temperance lecture by Wm. Eibel,"better known as "Scrap Iron Hill," at the M. E. Church. Mr. Eibel also spoke at the picnic at Donovan's grove last week." The Ladies' Mite Society of tho Presbyterian Church held a business meeting at the homo' of Mrs. Henry McDonald Wednesday afternoon, in order to raise money towards furnishing ohe church. The remodeling of the Presbyterian Church is going forward finely. The opera chairs have been ordered and are to be of oak, 168 in number. It is expected that the building will be in readiness for services some time next month. Tho Ladies' Home and Foreign Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church is to meet Wednesday afternoon of this week to appoint a delegate to attend the meeting of. the Presbytery, to bo held at Fort Dodge September 11. Dr. Peters, lately of Eush Medical College, is now located in our town. Hog cholera seems to be spreading in this locality and is causing heavy losses to many of our farmers. Another "Didn't know it was loaded" accident, Mike Weisbrod's 10-year-old son being the victim. Sundayoa hired hand on the place was repairing or fooling with a revolver and discharged it, the bullet penetrating the boy's limb in the thigh. Dr. Beane extracted the bullet, which was lodged close to the bone. The probabilities are the boy will suffer some time to come, the wound being a bad one. Jim Hunt has fitted up a part of his store foi; a icstaurant. The Methodist choir'has been assisted by a cornet and violin, which materially Benefit the music of the church.' , Eev. Haun has his hands full attending to the services of both the Burt and Buffalo churches. Both are doing excellent work. att'tly lifhteC A dozen ChlfieSe lanteffts were a Sottfee of Ifgiit and.be'aitty, the full silver moon looked down upon us with more than usual benignity^ and twine balls soaked in oil and impaled on pitchforks were kept blaming. At intervals "father Barfoot" replenished these with oil froftt an open can, but one time instead of his can supplying them with.oil they supplied his can With fire, which he With great difficulty extinguished, to the amusement of the crowd. The proceeds reached $18. to iiext Mf. Uaf v. Eallt, of Wwttefnote, was off bur strbots last week. Mrs. JBotfrtn Son, of the saiwe &Jaee, was with us THE STEAMBOAT EXPLOSION, SMITH PUTS IN TILING, ANJD SEWER PIPE And does al} kinds of flitoh work. J, hayo had an experience of ton years at this >vorl? and guarantee satisfaction In every respect, Call or address, Ww. SMITH. Alsonn, lowa« W L S3 SHO TO. >UCLAS IS THE BEST, # # * Another delightful shower last Sunday." John Kerr received a carload of stoves this week. Will Moore was down from A:mstrong several days last week visiting relatives and friends. O. H. Richards returned Friday from Sheboygan, Wis., where he had been visiting relatives and friends. Baled hay is being brought to market now and is commanding the neat price of SO to $7 per ton. M. J. Walsh returned yesterday from the encampment at Spencer. Our merchants are receiving large invoices of fall and winter goods, which would indicate ;that' they expect a good fall.tr ade. Frank Besteiiliner severed his connection with Schultz & Smith, Saturday, and departed for Whittemore, where he has secured a position with Jno, Goeders. His many friends regret his departure and wish him abundant success in his new field of labor, Mrs. Geo. Angus went to Mason City Saturday, to visit her sister, Mrs. A. W, Blanchard, who is being treated for cancer at the Mason City Cancer Infirmary, C. S. Coflln lost one of his 'black ponies last week. Ho sold another to an agent for a Des Moines nurseryman, Schryver and Ames threshed last week in about 15 hours 8350 busjiejsof grain,and part of that was wheat and barley, Mr, Wilcox, of Ruthven, a former resident of Fenton, drove over Friday, return* ing Monday. Thos, Hanna expects to start for Pittsburgh, September 6, to attend the national encampment of the G, A< R< Hay ofi track is selling at from W $8 pel' ton now. What will it foe spring? . D. A> Haggard was 'up last Monday selling oats off the farm he sold to S. O'Nelll last spring. Dave says that if he had It to do over again it would take at least $1,000 more than he received to buy it now. Men who talk that way are always welcome to Ledyard. A suit was brought before Justice Ship* ley last Wednesday and the trial set .for 4 o'clock, for assault, but for lackiof prosecution it was dismissed. Sam Drake, of Marshalltown, spent a couple of days here last Week looking aft-^ or his land Interests. He now owns 1150 acres of our fertile soil, and ho thinks that any man who will soil a, foot of Kossuth county land for less than ?25.an acre is slightly off. ' Both elevators are running at full blast now from morning till night. We quote! wheat 45c, oats §5c, flax $l.lq, barley 30c. County Treasurer Spencer was in town Saturday looking after some horses which ho holds under a mortgage. Strict as are the laws of this state prohibiting prize fights, they managed to have one for a purse of $50 last Sunday, at 12 o'clock, In a barn three miles north of town. The contestants for tho championship of. the state were D. H. Terpin, of Emmetsburg, and Ed Goodman, of Colfax. Tho latter was knocked out in tho second round. B. W. Haggard, the money loaner, came up Saturday night to transact business and drove homo Sunday afternoon. There was a lively runaway Thursday, when Jim Donovan was trying to break a paiv of Bronchos. The ponies turned a corner so short as to upset the buggy and unload Jim, whose head struck the wagon wheel and was badly cut. The ponies tore the buggy top all to pieces. M. Stephens, tho little giant, last week sold two farms to Story county men, who. will .move up in the spring. WESLEY .-....-. , Kossuth county is all right. The recent rains have put a different complexion on the face of nature. With a late frost corn will average two-thirds of a crop, and the small grain is fine. ' ' Bertie Eddie' is on the sick list. Mrs. A. J. Pierson left here Tuesday morning to Visit relatives and friendS(?in Nashua and Wavcrly, la., and will bo, absent three or four weeks. Lyle Corey has rented tho west side of the postoffice building and will keep 'a stock of light groceries; ' W. : P; : Giddings will devote his entire time to the.postofflce.j Monday afternoon came the sad news of the death of ..John Oleson, who was at work for John Kunz in Winnebago county, 23 miles northeast of Wesley. The men" had unhitched from the horse power and were, going to dinner. Oleson was riding ahead an tho near hojrso, when i the other besame frightened and dragged Oleson to 1 lie ground. His right foot caught in the harness .and he was dragged about sixty rods, a part af the way close to a barbed wire fence. Several of the men saw the accident and say when' they got to him he breathed. His family live here .and the .boys are all hardworking and industrious. There will be no' inquest, as many of the men saw him killed. S; E. Grove went after the corpse Tuesday morning and , the funeral will bo held at the Swede church at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Miller has hauled ft lot of lumber with whteh he intends to baild a hay tarn. ft. P. Uayenga and Charley BoeVerS thado a business tf if) to Whittemore ft few days ago. Arrived at the home of A. Hayonga, last week, a little girl. Mrs. f red Myef : was Visiting het daughter, Mrs. Will Jeiite, fi. Ilayenga was tiwlihg oats to'Bttrt last week. lie gets a good price. tf< A. Buell, of Minneapolis, Was seen in our township last Week. Me was looking after his farms. , , Mr. Smith, of Bancroft) is drilling a Well for ti. J. Kewcli iiowi iie has just finished one for Peter Weisbrod. Smith Bros. are digging a well for Charley Mehkey and will soon find water. fid. CnrtsclilHes Jr.,is pressing hay north of Armstrong these days. Joe liable is one of his men. Petei- itnoef will leave for the Algona Normal School next Week-i Misses Lydta and Emma Weisbrod in* tend to go to the German-'English College at Charles City, Iowa, for the fall term. Quite a number of our young folks spent Sunday at Clear Lake. The "ox-ditchers" are in our midst again. They are in the West part of our township. • GERMANIA. Quite a niimberof Bancroft's young people spent Sunday in onr city.' All the go now-a-days for the old 'as Well as the young is the merry-go-round which has been in full blast all the week. W. F. Hall & Co. have just received a nice lot of heating stoves of all kinds and at all prices. Fred D. Calkins spent Sunday, in Blue Earth City, returning Monday morning. The humming of threshing machines can be heard all around now days. " . . . Carl Ordwa/, of Ledyard, was doing business in our city Saturday. At the Phoenix House over Sunday were W. G. Kent, of Forest City, W. H. Murphey, of Albert Lea, and J. M. Kibben, of i Ghicago. '. •••.'• : •• CRESCQ. Mr. JQO Frankle and wife visited at L, Ayers Tuesday of last week. Robert T. Bates.of this place, spent Sunday in Whittemore. . Oscar Button was on the sick list last week but is better now. Mrs. Grace Diitton and little son Fred visited her mother in Algona Friday and Saturday. Lutio,and Carrie Harb of Irvington,, spent Thursday at Cl C. Chubb's. Fred Arnolds returned from SpencerJ Saturday afternoon, where ho has been attending eucam'pment. He belongs to Co. !F, I. N. G. Neighbor Curtis reports corn as 'looking fairly ; well over the , country, and with, of favorable fall, predicts- considerable abovi h'aff an average yield: ',,••-<, Matt" Kelly was in Prairie township JPri- day and-,Saturday of last week doing work on the Catholic church which" is being built there. Had the Cresco building committee while advertising for bids for building. a? school house in district No. 3, kindly stated the job was already let, it would have saved several good honest mechanics some little time and trouble, to say nothing of hard feelings. So says one who got left. Misses Maud and Amy Sechler, of Algona, spent the latter part of last week with Clara and Carrie Curtis, Miss Nannie Button and brother. Juddie were Whittemore visitors Saturday. Oh! three cheers for the nice showers, aluo for the smiles you will See by calling on J. R. Laird at his new quarters in the double front brick buildings between Lund & Ryan's and Dr. Garfield's offices, where he is making hia annual clearing sale of furniture etc, This is no humbug, See him. 'll.'*tJ,'.fS!: M l^ AN EN'rjSBTAJNMENT ^.f pARFQOT On Friday evening, August 17, was given in Barfoot's Grove, in Seneca townsh}p, an entertainment which a goodly number, both young and old, enjoyed, It consisted of cake, ice cream and the following Uter« ary program, Mr, John Warner presiding with his usual deliberation and dignity; Music, "There is sunshine i» my spul;" "WHle Orphant Annie," by $vft &err, of Burt; Piusic by the Bancroft orchestra j recitation, Miss Jennie Thatem-a, of Am* strong; "Wattle's Wants," Htes Alta Wo* Cheyne; song, witU guitar, "Gotog Ba,cfe to Dixie," F, $• An^ersou; musip, Misg Mamie Scully a»4 Augast Johft§04Ji iwi tations o| J, J. JngaUs, by Jas, Really i PLUM CREEK, Ex-Treasurer Daniel Rice and force are putting up hay on the W. H. Ingham half section where the wolf hunt terminated last winter. They put up some Joe Dandy stacks with their 32-fout poles. Fred Miller thinks of erecting a large hay barn some time in the near future, A. L, Seeley says he can winter his 78 or 79 pigs through till March next. Plum'Creek is still on top. Mr. White reports his flax as going IS bushels to the acre. Will Hopkins reports 45 bushels of oats per acre and he thinks they will hold out in weight. Billy usually is right, WHITTEMORE, The Hopkl as Merry Company, with its great healer, have gone to pastures green' er, as this town wasn't green 'enough to help fill the overflowing coffers of the bjg soap bubble very fast, There thfs man will spread himself a»d M§ JJes draw in a few more dollars, from pestered sick, - f * Uncle George went to Okobo^l °u pleasure and business trip last week, re' turning Monday, Mr. JJWgeway aji4 family returned from the lakes Monday. Nick Fjjjijigan was somewhat boisterous Saturday, abusing bis .wife &»4 a young lady present wholly without a cause, jess theauanWty of poor whiskey be, cap ried couW fee named as the pause, Mr, Oardell, with the New Yarfe o«e of tfce p e8 t insurance cojnpa,o}e.S ifl 4&e United States, was i» WWt$emore E. E. SAYEKS, D. Y. M., VETERINARY • PHJSIOIAN AND SVRGEQX, r^-Offlce west of the Thorlngton Bouse, Algona.Iowa, HOSPITAL Accommodations. A. L. BIST, D, D. S Local anaesthetic for deadening pa.tu gums when ejctraotlng teeth, E, S. GI-AS1ER, P. D, S, DENTAL ROOMS - Qver the Algona State Bank, ' gjPRQjAi; ATTWmOF QIYBN TO -SAVIW f JIB y ATUBAfc TBBTH, •.-,-. The best of modern anaesthetic.? used to make all operations as painless ap sjbje, " ,'.-'• A pirty masting Qf Mm* Whitney; a (Jj-ama in three apis , Miss Mattie Ww^v aijd ethers twfe p&Jt- L,

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