The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1894 · Page 8
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 12, 1894
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BANCROFT NEWS. iroasra ......... 9 mm wayftietglit....ii 43am 4 o&pm Mijted..... ..... B way freight. ...8 t-assenger ..... 2 05pm WELL BORING AND DRILLING, 1*w IM.VB'machinery of all sizes fofborltig of drilling wells. Water guaranteed or •" rio pay.' Call on of address. <G LL1ON BROS-, Bancroft, la, CJEO. W. HAWKINS, JEWELER, HURT, IOWA, EDDY, WESLEY, IOWA, WM- I'UTS IN— SMITH TILING, SEWER PIPE Iciiids of ditch work. J< have toad an experience of ten years ; at this work amd gnuriintcc satisfaction in ovory respect ••Sail or address. WM. SMITH, Algona. Iowa. <3iEO. W. HUNTER, Hijj for Commercial and Business men furnished on short notice. W Trote and Pacers SALE OR TRADE. Thorlnfi'ton street, Hbtol Tciinanl. IOWA, StePT. 12, 1894. Conducted by J» A. f?R£CH. NEWS OP THE TOWN, There will be a sociable and light refreshments tonight at the residence of A. J. Berryman, under the auspices of the Ladies Aid society of the M. & church. Turn out and give thein a housefull. Cards have been received by the friends of Dr. Heflin and Miss .tennie V. Olson announcing their wedding at the bride's home next Friday evening. Ten were received into the M. E. church on full membership last Sunday morning. Children's day cfcercises will bo observed at tho.M. 13. church next Sunday evening. The Ladies of the Baptist church give a chicken pie supper at the church next 1TH- day evening. The G. A. R. post will give a bean sup* per on Wednesday gvcning, Sept. 20. Everybody should turn out and help make the supper a grand success. J. E. Russell's addition to his hew house is nearly completed and. whcti. finished It will be occupied by D. R. Crowet. One member was received into the Bap- tistchurch Jast..Friday evening at Covenant meeting'.' > y ' E. M. Ryan and Miss Minnie Berggrcu of Swoa City were married at Algona last Saturday by'Squire E. II. Clarke. The groom is the young man who has recently opened a drug store with Dr. llefliu and the bride is the daughter of one of the old settlers of Hwcu. May much joy bo theirs. . T. M. C) justly proud of a fine, cream colpred^Ben Hur horse colt. It is one of the be's'ifedits over seen in this town and is by Mr. Ostrander's mare Maggie. Go to the Baptist supper tonight. John Speaker, northeast of Bancroft, is sick with typhoid fever. The Algona Steam Laundry is represented by J. A. Freeh. Laundry goes every Tuesday and comes back Friday. Good work guaranteed. There will bo a republican township caucus at the Bancroft Register office next Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. By order of the township chairman. Fred Calkins was over from Germ an la yesterday. His canvass Is progressing finely. Attend the chicken pic supper at the Baptist church Friday night. Lilly Ward roturno'd to her school at Council Bluffs last Saturday. Her mother accompanied her as far as Iowa Falls, where she will make' an extended visit' with relatives and friends. Joseph Hackl and Miss Edith Idein of German township arc to be maf ried at the Catholic church today. Joe is one of iJan^ croft's most popular and cnefgntic yotmg men and the bride he has won will be an honor to him. We wish them long life and much happiness. Regular communication of Progressive Lodge No. 503, A. f. and A. M., tonight. Lola Uavlson is visiting at T. F. Cruses in Ramsay township. The committee appointed by' the^city council on waterworks go to Blue Earth City today to look'oyer the system of water Works there and get pointers. . NEARLY A FIRE, Fire caught behind a stove in .the addi* tion to M. B. Smith's restaurant yesterday morning and burned through the wall and was burning between the wall when it was discovered by Mr. Smith and the alarm was given and the fire put out immediately. If it had occurred in tlicnfgtit the probability is that .wo would have had another fire as largo as the one last winter. People cannot bo too careful about stoves being too near walls nor chimneys being safe. Sates of JUhd ih Udrtheth —A Big }?&* §tor> fr&fn is the Rafoeft j fe'd E. SAYERS, D. V. M., .„..., VSTXRUtARTf PHYSICIAN AMD SURGXOtf, west or tlio Xhoringtou Jtlouse, HOSPITAL Aceolnmo<ml<>n8. The Bancroft Insurance Agency. The Only one in Kossuth County. J. A. Freeh, Proprietor. «c DENTISTS ; A. L. BIST, D.;r>. s Local anaesthetic ,fov deadening gums when extracting teeth. tuil.n '•'U.'-. E. S. GL SIER, D. D. S. DENTAL BOOMS ';• Over the Algona State Banlc. '$ SPECIAL ATTENTION QIVE'N TO SAVnte THE NATURAL TEETII. • . The best of modern an aesthetics'/ used to make all operations as painless as possible. ..., P. L. SLA0LE, Manufacturer of and dealer In Harness and Harness Goods, ALGONA. IOWA. E.G. BOWYER, DEALER IN '.' ) fATCHE8, CLOCKS AND JEWE&Y, All kinds of Silverware."', Kepairirii a specialty. Companies Represented. Phoenix of Hartford. 3Rre Association, Philadelphia." .&ta£e Insurance Co., of Des Moines. 42apttal Insurance Co., of Des Moines. 'Merchants and Bankers, of Des Moines. .Anchor of Creston. 'Stattuque Fire and Marine, Dubuque. -Standard Life and Accident. Equitable Life. 'Equitable Life Assurance Soc'y of thell.S "Northwestern National of Milwaukee. If your Policy needs changing, or fixing up, I can do it for you no matter what company you are insured in, Correspondence solicited. Creamery and Threshing Machine Insurance a Specialty. .A.. FI^EOH, Bancroft, MON EYl On Real Estate. HQXIE & BRUNSON. OSEWALL, PAINTER and PAPEB-HANaKB. Postal card orders promptly attended to., 0. KOSEWALL. ' Algona, Iowa. Rielmiond, Pros, 11. F. SmitU, Vice Pres. A. B. Richmond, C. J. Lenander, Ass't, Cash. farmers' & Traders' Savings Bank BANCROFT, IOWA. •>* Incorporated under Hie laws of the State of Iowa. None but home capital Inverted. Author- sa«l capital, §50,000. Foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, and a general banking " - J --- ccans-interi. Special attention given to collections. Iiisuuance written, steamship DRAIN TILE! -AT- $12.00 PER M, ON CARS AT ALGONA, i and from Europe, •EmcEOTf>K8-K, M, ftlonmond, N. E. Sheridan, "«£ayn«,C. i E. Mallory, J. N. ahendan. A, B. Richmond, fl, P, Sraltli. Saraijel FIO3STE3E3R, land, Loan, and Insurance Agency, rJBatabiiahed 1881. A large list of wild lauds for sale, Improved farms and village wropertyfor sale or rqnt. Fttrra loans on long time and low rates of interest. ' Offices at Bancroft and Swea City, Iowa. R, M* RICHMOND* This la cheaper than they nre retailed at thu factories. Don't fall to call ou U, Hamilton & Co, Before lt\i>liig your Brick, Tile, Stone or Sewer l'il>« ; and remember that they sell all Kinds o( Hard Wood Lumber. Picket Fwiclng, Felt " 1'apevut Hod Kock Prices. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 GALL THE OFFICE OF fionheuf Bros, last Tuesday night showed in Lcdyafd to a fall house, this is the secottd show theto ever h&s been ih Ledyard, Glonfofd's'tJncto Tom's Cabin being the first. Last week a Fakir came into town playing the bid "Aftay Game" and plenty of stickers bit. It seems' as if two barbers shops in town ought to do the business without havittg a third fellow cbffitng in to share them, but stickers as known are hard to klll/oven if ail the ponds are dfyi Frank Miller/ formerly OWhef of the Lcdyafd Drug'Stofe,,is at present visiting his Wife at Pomefoy, atid also looking for a new location. Ci Wilson, of the big hay firm of Wilson & Co., attended the State fair last week and reports having a splendid time. M, Stephens left last Week fof Story coUnty, to close tip a big land deal, or in other words to make another man happy by owning Kossuth soil. Weltaer & Beech, of the Str,to Bank sold his big farm in the north part of tho county to a man from the .southern part of the state. They have of late made a great many sales and a man wanting a farm will do well In calling on •them. The W. C. T. U. last night gave an ice cream social in the old school house, and although it was cokl'enough to wear a fur coats they had sold out by eight o'clock J, G. Graham, the land man .from Ban* 'croft, was in town Friday on business and reports a groat many sales being made in that town. He himself has in tho. last weeks sold over 3,000 acres. Dunlap Bros, last week sold their home farm consisting of 240 acres west of town to an Indiana man >who intends coming out in the spring.and farm it himself. One Held of flax of 20 acres north oJ town, belonging to Mr. O'Caffcrty, turned out 37K bushels to the acre. Can any county in this state equal it? News from Ledyard this week is rathei scarce as peoplc'hardly dare speak to one another since the Sheriff was up here and took our pugilists and put them in jail foi safe keeping. '::—--— Miss Hattie Stephens came up Saturday to teach the Lcdyard school commencing Monday. • , \ Mr. Fred Jenks and Miss Blanche Neister, both of Ledyard, were last week united in wedlock. They are both highly esteemed young people and have the REPUBLICAN'S best wishes Fred has done what hundreds of young people ought to do Everybody in town of course was smoking cigars that day. If you need'anything in theGrocery line bo sure and call on Phil. Tilmoney as ho keeps the best of everything. SEXTON. EIl'HTHERIA OUTBREAK IX 1'RAIBIE ! • SHIP. ' Miss Francis newman died of diphtheria Sunday, aged nineteen, at her home in Trairie township, The bereaved parents h'ave the sympathy of the community., At this writing there are three more cases in ,the same family. C. Laage of Algona visited his brother, our genial storekeeper. A. Studer has been in the country the past week' selling tho latest . improved washing machine. Call on him. A. D. Clarke and Supervisor Chubb were in this vicinity Saturday looking for Russian thistles. They failed to find any here. Don't forget to go to caucus at theLloyd school'ho.uso. See notice elsewhere. F. R.'Hedrickis boarding with Mrs.,M. flager while his wife Is at Algona attending 'her mother. E. Fitch makes the latest thing in corn harvesters. Call on him for particulars. N. A. Pine was a caller Saturday., He is not enjoying the best of health this fall. Our markets are the best at present in the county: corn 25c, >flax $1,05, wheat 45c, barley 40c, loose hay ?4 to $4,50, baled hay ?5.S5 to $5,50, Do your business at Sexton and you will never regret it. GERMANIA. SWIFT TRIP "WITH A BIKE. W T. Hall went to Bancroft and back in two hours and forty minutes on his bicycle—54 miles, How'is that for a business trip? J3, F, KJeist has built a largo hay barn on one of his lots opposite where he lives. The little show of Bonehu Bros, was well attended Thursday evening, R, N, Bruer, of Bancroft, was doing business in tho city the first of the week, S, Best has commenced the carpenter work on his new, store building on Majn street, Tho building will be go by 40 and 83 feet high, The George Wells elovatP} 1 is Just about completed. They h^ve commenced to buy grain already, Frank JCellogg has. charge of the buying. E, O, FUz was ft pssengpr to Tuesday, ' , J3|}on Spanglo) 1 returned i& home in Sioux City, iowa, afior visit with her son, ?, H, Spanglor, wife, «fule AtsSs has b'e'eft taken lo feafisal 31ty,where ho will bo llndei- the feare of hia jrotbef,- who is a sufgeoti pfactifeihg th ,hftt6ity. From last i-6tfofts Mr. Ames ias gofod chances of recovery. Wm. Shanof takes a trip to Perntr to see iome acquaintances. Mrs, falne has returned from Mason Hty where she has been doctof'lnf fof cancer. Chas. Schry vet has sold his farm td Dr, Beanc, taking" in part payment a house and eight lots In Burt. Wtt, Peck contemplates selliftg his tow» ot property td a gentleman from the central paft of the stater Otif hog buyers are ahdf have boeji actively engaged attheii- vvorkj sliipping a great many hogs, Several cars were shipped Saturday* Isaac Cork took two to Chica'go for Ben Pathe, We notice by bills that 0, A, Elder, of Chicago, will be in Burt to purchase horsos Sept. 13, The state fair was well attended by poo f>f.dg i e'str'eflt. pie in and around Burt, time and a good fair, All report a good SULLIVAN & McMAHON,, PLUM CREEK, Ahioftg Plum ..fcfeek's .Thrifty D. Rice and, wife and Ik Mc'\Vh|jrtef'; have returned ''from viewing tho lo)va State Fair ai|^r^nort;i a; very pleasant time. Frank Benschoter and T, Gilbride are complaining of the terrible havoc of hog cholera. Frank, we understand, lost 80 or more, and Tom'live and-upwards a day. C. W. Hopkins says the water is running low down. Hie Well is 100 'feet deep and no water to speaic of. ' • • . Ed. Slmpkins Is right up with the baiid^ wagon In the .possession of Ikbor saving improvements. Ho is haVl'rig' 300 feet' 6f pipe laid to carry the water to. his house and thence to his barn. The power Will come from a brand new wind mill, which will'adoru'tho baru soon. Harrisoh'Warner sold two heifers, coihr iug tliree, for which he received $43. Among tho happy farmers we see are A. L. Seeley, Fred Miller and Peter Ferguson. They all have their threshing done and all report heavy yields. Burt's popular harness maker, Charley Minorrspent-Sunday-ttt—home.—He—re- por'ts getting a fair share of tho trade. Charley is a deserving young man and we wish him Godspeed. Fred Miller and P. T. Ferguson, between them, are going t'O'-feed to a finish some 30 or 40 head of steers. • If they don succeed its no use for others to try. Wo promise to give tho readers , of THE REPUBLICAN the improvements of this locality some time soon,-no preventing providence, and it will seem like i boom. We had quite a bow from the smiling Jack Frost Monday Might. ;IIis smile made things wilt. The Fraser Bros, arc putting down well for Pat Cain. They got to a depth of 310 feet and found plenty of water. They think they : -\vill go 100 feet, deeper. FENTOISL SOME GOOD FLAX-IN FENTON—?!& BUSHELS TO THE ACRE. John Brass threshed 48 bushels of flas from three acres, a good middle.sixed crop John Welsbrod is building a hog stable 80 by 20 feet. He intends* to raise lots o hogs. Thieves broke into' the house of Jolin Brass last Sunday and stole a few articles They broke into the Fonton. store thesam< day and stole some 'candy. Who it wa has not been discovered yet. Jim Farley, of Whittemore, was o» ou streets Sunday, visiting Mike Weisbroc and other old friends. Quite a number of our young base ba players went to Fairwill to see the ba game. DAtfSON <S LAW* LOAMS AND . , • , ';••', (JoJleotlons a Specialty. Office In Uanlner.iOolh'l^i tto Algonn, : ••'">, •?'' >J<X)> For Iiif(jt-raatl0ft)«'regard to lattdS Inra*a, wHte td hm AlgotiA, B. CflAS. A. OOtlfiSd & A? IOWA. AT TOME? AT LAW, fflce ovt'.r kosauth Co. Sank. Algona, 'nstodlce MlocK. AlCiOJfA, Iowa. y. 8WETTING. ^ A TTORXE7 A T LA 11', Money to i<«an. * Al^omt, s. a SESSIONS., _:;. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Loans and Insurance. Siicolal attention to collections' of all kinds. Ofttoe over Ohrlsclillles'store. Algona, Iowa. Otflee on State street, Algoua, Iowa. M.J..KENEF10K,M. Di. _1 Qtjlce over 'hiylor'a store. Aigoiiii, PHYSICIAN AND SUftC£ON,j " Algona, Iowa., J.-.JMf. PRIDE, M. IK Office . over Goeder's Clo&prag Alffona, • . 1 DE. L. A. SHEJETZ, DRUGGItiT AND STATIONER,, Proscriptions filled. Deals in palnta, qtf books, perfumeries, etc, ^ • I dor.,State anilTliorlngton sts. AlKona.Io? C. B. PAUL, M. K WB1TTEMORE r ~ Kegnlav Office hours 8 to,i&a, a to 0 p. m. Ov>r Wicliler's Furniture store. |, . , Residence north of tracic. AND SURGEON, Consultation In English and German. Over Goetoh's stpre, WWttemore, Iofl?a. DR. F. C 1 . HMFLIN.' PHYSICIAN AN® SURGEON, Office In real of Swea Otty Bank, SweaCity, Spurbeck & Lambert, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN We will save you money on the following: Belilog of ajl Jclgds-JeatUer, G?w4,v aa£i yu| per j complete j,took oj Engineer's Supplies; Gas P}p* and fittings ? Globe Valves f aU-'Htpfl of Steam Fittings, Hose and Hose Fittings i OUs of a» Kluds, We have a large stooh der Oil and Oup Grease a specialty. Large stoofe ol ojjher gootifi too numerous to> Give us a caH. Factory and supply house near 0, $ $, W» Pepot, OfW vuSffl GOTO, BUFFALO }s>vl8!tt»? , Mine. •' SWEA CITY BANK CAND AND TOWN LOT 00, and Fail Loans

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