The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1894 · Page 8
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 24, 1894
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~* £ >r~-r s BANCROFT N OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT Studley's Drug Store -DEALEft IN- LUMBER And Everything kept in a Firstclass Lumber Yard. TOOK PATRONAGE SOLICITED. Chicago ttt*ed W»iSt(§f tt *M*ed • . . .... . . .8 Otj>th ....)! 43am -Way Weight. ..8 ISara 4 08pm t-assenger .-.-.. 2 OSptn i IOWA, OC*. 24, 1894. When in need of Hardware, please call on me and &et prices. I aim to keep the best, such as Garland .Stoves and Ranges, Baker Barbed Wire, Heath & Milligan's Paints, Etc. J. "W. JEfcoTbinson, Don't Pay the Our Abstract Books aro complete up to date, and reliable. They represent in outlay'of thousands of dollars and were prepared ^ an oxworionwd ab- sirap or Our natrons may thereiorofcel certain of getting reliable absti acts. Oil? work is guaranteed and we furnish abstracts as cheap as irresponsible SSd incompetent Arsons who have no books, though the county does not pay .us a salary, clerk hire, office i«nt or even furnish us stationery. AND WILD LAND FOB SALE XMONEY CONSTANTLY ON HAND FOR FARM LOANS, And furnished immediately upon application. Conducted by J« A. NEWS OF THE TOWN, Mrs. Stone, of'Winnobago county, who has been very ill with typhoid fever is reported as being somewhat improved by Dr. Walters. Andrett Johnson and wife near Swea City, died last week of typhoid fever. They leave quite a large family of small children. We have hot the material to write an obituary. Dr. Cutler has been attending them but medical skill was of no avail. It is a very sad case. The drug store occupied by Ryan & Heflin, of Swea City, burned down last week. The adjoining building occupied by Peter Sivertson, was also burned and both 'tho drug and restaurant stocks. The building was owned by tho Northern Lumber Company and was insured. The Good Templars Chicken Pie Supper last Friday evening was a great success. Over $21 was taken in. Mrs. Anna Harris who is well known here as a lecturer of the 1. O. G. T., will visit Bancroft lodge No. 517 next Saturday night and will lecture at the M. E. church next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Everybody should turn out and hear her. was ever given a candidate. There Seems to be general satisfaction with the whole county i-epubiicah ticket this year and With the exception of C. C. Thompson who will poll many votes from personal friends we believe that there will be more straight republican tickets cast here than ever be* fore. The republicans of Greenwood ex^ pect to have 35 plurality in the township this year and this will entitle them to 7 of 8 delegates In the next republican county convention instead of 6 as this year. Their plurality in the township last year was 19. dpera House Block. HAY & RICE « L. LUND. ESTABLISHED 1880. J. J. RYAN. (Successors to C. L. LUND.) teal Estate Dealers, Algona, Iowa, We wish tc announce to the readers of the REPUBLICAN that we have extraordinary facili- tf«M for the sellinE of farms and unimproved lauds in Northern Iowa, and we invite everybody Swishes to dispose ofthell- pvoperfv, to call on us at our office in Algona or to correspond «^Tdbnraa7e^rf^ d^lfnl and if vo,f wa«t te sell ySur property for what it is worth, don't waste any time in listing with us. " Yours respectfully. L/UND et KYAN. Are You Insured? Against Fire or Tornadoes ? Is your family protected, in case of death, by a life policy in a solid company? ;lf not, X A. FRECH,Of the BANCKOFT INSURANCE AGENCY, submits the following companies for your consideration. This is the strongest line of companies in any agency in Kos- <sutli county and does the largest business. All city \policies are issued in Bancroft and can be had on short notice. We can do a more careful business because we devote our time to it. Creamery and threshing machine insurance a specialty. T. P. Kelly & Co. is tho name of a new firm in Bancroft who will handle hay and straw. The firm is composed of Torn Kelley and others and is rapidly pushing to the front in their line. Tom is a hustler and his taking hold of this business will insure its success. We wish them .much •business. Fred Stockwell, of Pcorla, Ills., brother of Cliff Stockwell, is here making a visit with the latter. He is in tho employ of theOsborne Harvesting Machine Co. at Peoria, and had charge of their exhibit at tho WorldViFair. Died—At her homo in Ramsay township, on Friday morning, Oct. 19, 1894, at five o'clock, of childbirth, Mrs. E. G. Carr, wife of E. G. Carr. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Laidloy, of the Baptist church, of which church the family are members. The deceased was noted for her piety and strict attention to household duties, being of a quiet and loving disposition. She leaves behind to mourn her early death a husband, one child and a host of friends. The husband has the sympathy of all in his dark hour of trouble, and all trust that the cloud may have a silver lining in the other world. The body was shipped to the former home of the deceased. For all kinds of insurance see J. A. B'jrech. C. E. Mallory has so far recovered from his recent illness that he came over last Sunday from Buffalo Center for a visit with friends here, James Gallion and daughter, Myrtle, wero over from Armstrong the first of tho week. C. B. Matsou and Guy Taylor were up from Algona last Sunday. Dr. Hefiin and wife stopped off at Bancroft yesterday on their way to Burlington, where the Dr. goes on a business mission. PORK. FOUR, Oct. 22.—Miss Mamie Davison, of Burt, spent a few days visit* ing With friends in this Vicinity last Week, The Ladies' Mite Society will "meet with Mrs.G. G. Manley this week Saturday. W. P. Glddlngs, of Wesloy,was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Ringsdorf, last Su 1* day. S. Best has had a new windmill erected on his farm near Buffalo Fork, Miss Emma Brown, of Garner, Is visiting at D. J. Davison's. Albert Kroeger is very low with typhoid fever. Drs. Beane and Cutler are attending him. Miss Edna Butterfiold was a visitor at the homo of Mr. Fish, in Seneca, a few days last week. Walter Smith has had a well sunk, and is now having a barn erected on his new farm in Portland. Miss Emma Jain will begin her school In the Fox district next week. Mr. and Mrs. Lane are entertaining company from Illinois. Cliff Smith, of Burt, was in this neighborhood a few days last week. F. Fox was a Wesley visitor last Saturday. The L. M. S. met at the church last Tuesday and elected thefollowingofficers: Pros., Mrs. F. A. Butteriield; Vice Pros., Mrs. Fowler and Mrs. Eddy; Sec. Mrs. Manley, Treas., Mrs. Fox. J. W. Davtson made a trip to Garner on his wheel last week. Messrs. Stowe and Phelps and ladies wero in Buffalo Fork last Sunday. Miss Helen Eddy has recovered from her recent illness and returned to Algona Monday. F. A. Butterfield contemplates pultlng up a house on his lot in Burt. Peter Govern visited his brother John, near Wesley, last Saturday and Sunday. alighting gracefully from a buggy behind a runaway team. Me says anyoiie who saw him get out of Dr. Paul's buggy will bear witness that if he failed to do so as gracefully and with as much of the dignity of tho profession as he might have done with more time for gf&ve deliberation, he at least elicited an expression of delight from tho growing population of Whittemore. Chahipioni The lady teachers in our schools, Miss Taylor, of Algona, of the in* termediate department and Miss Angus, of Burt, of the primary department, were on duty last Saturday decorating their re* spective rooms as only ladles can... iThere is not another town in northern Iowa that for its size can sport as many teams on its streets as Whittemore, every day lii the Week.....A. H. Hotelling and son have returned from an extended trip through sou thorn Minnesota and give a favorable report of the country traversed Our city now proposes to put down as good a well, the first necessary move toward water works Bolliver slightly woke up the people of Cylinder and West Bend Tuesday and Wednesday. UNION. FIRE AND TORNADO CO.S 'Hanover of Now York. Fire Association of Philadelphia. Ifiartliwcstern National of Milwaukee. Itoikford of Rockford. - Hiate-of DesMoinos. Capital of Dos Moinos, • Merchants-and Bankers of Bos Moinos Anchor of Creston. Bubuque Fire and Marino of Bubuque. LIFE COMPANIES. Equitable of Now York. Mutual Life of Now York. total assetts of the above companies is $366,678,181.08, according to the Auditor's report ofjan. 1,1894 "KC.M.lliehmond, Pros, B.I'.'Smith, Vice Pros. A. 13. Richmond, Gasliler, 0. J, Lenander, Ass't, Cash. : armers' & Traders' Savings Bank BANCROFT, IOWA. i Incorporated under the laws of tho State of Iowa. None but home capital invoked. Author. fa-edl capital IBO.OOO. Foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, and a general banking tw^ness transaotod^ Special attention siveu to collections. Insurance written, steamship ^l»KW^iB8-Bl J M' 0 Sriohn««>nd, N. H, Sheridan, A. B, Blehmeno, B. F. Smith. Samuel i-.'3Wayrie,-O< E. Mallory, J. N. Suendftu. Land, Loan, and Insurance Agency, . - 'Established 1881. A large list of wild lands for sale. Improved farms and village wopertj-for sale or rent. Farm loans oo long time and low rates of interest, Offices at Bancroft and Swea City, Iowa. R, W, RICHMOND. 0 ALL AT TED OFFICE. OF LANP AND TOWN LOT 00.. and Farm Loans Invitation cards are out for tho big public ball to be held at Jefferson Hall tonight. James Whalen is manager and tho tickets, without supP 01 ', cost 75c, and with supper $1.25. Supper alone 50c per couple. Tho Good Templars of Bancroft and vicinity wish to return their hearty thanks to all who assisted in getting up the chicken pie supper and also to thank tho general public for their liberal patronage. The foundation is being laid for a Presbyterian church in Seneca township, A church organization has existed there for some time but now they are going to have a building to worship in. That is right. Such a live township as Seneca ought to have at least two or three churches, T, H. Conner was up from Algona last Monday, Rev. Laidley attended the meeting of the Iowa Baptist State convention at. Webster City this week. Mr, and Mrs. C. R. Morehouso, Dr. Howe and Mrs, E, C, Anderson wero also elected as delegates at the Sunday morning church service. Last Saturday morning as Marshal Whalen was asleep after his nlghtwatch- ing ho was awakened and handed a telegram telling him to arrest a certain man described in the telegram. He started up town and the first man lie met was the man he wanted. The man was George Webster and he had skipped out from Burt without paying his board bill of $1,45 he owed Landlord Tubbs. The Marshall made him pay the $1.45, the price of two telegrams and his foe for aresting him, making a total of 11.95, when ho allowed the man to go. Where is the Marshal that can faithfully keep watch all night and capture criminals in the day time besides, We belivovo that our Marshal is the only one that can do it. J. A. Freeh i 8 agent" for the AJgoua Steam Laundry. Laundry goes on' 'paes* days at §:40 p. w, each week and returns at 4:00 p. m. Friday of oaoh week. If you see two or more men congregated you may be sure'they are talking "school house." There is a great diversity of opinion and many are much excited over it; but be it settled as it may, everyone cannot have it where he wants it. We hope it will bo amicably settled, as an old school house feud seems to ran through generations and cause much bitter feeling- August Dau has rented the C. N. Morse farm, east of Mr. Wheeler's. August is a rustler, E. W. Donovan is kept busy insuring against tornadoes. Myron Schenck's have their woodhouse up and have moved into it so as to bo nearer their work. Rev. McElroy spoke to a largo audience at A. D. Barr's last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Miner are very nicely settled in their now home. B. F. Sroufo and family visited Will Sroufe's Sunday. Ed. Peek is out from Jessup for tho winter. Old Mr. and Mrs. Reibhoff are oil' on a visiting tour among their children. It is reported that Judge Bishop sold his farm while hero. We have not learned the name of the buyer but that he is a young man. CRESCO. THURSDAY, Oct. 18,1894.—A very pleasant company of relatives and friends assembled at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Dutton, of Cresco township, to tender congratulations and good wishes to their son, Mr. Wesley A. Dutton, and bride, who were married tho day previous, the young lady being Miss Maggie A. Fromback. The young people aro both residents of Whittemore, where Mr. Dutton has been for tho past two years, connected with Farmers' Co-operative Company of that place, while the young lady, hitherto known as Miss Fromback, is highly esteemed in the community. Tho young people start out in life with very bright prospects. They were the recipients of numerous valuable presents, of which the following fell under the reporter's eye: Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton, set of decorated dishes and comfortable; Mr. and Mrs. Bordwell and Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, sot of glassware, cake stand and sauce dish Misses Mary and Jennie Dutton, set of individual salts and pepper and salt bo'xes; Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dutton and Mr. and Mrs. Worden setofsllverknivesandforks; Miss Kate Bamsey, water set; Oscar Dutton, nicklo plated castor; Juddie Dutton, tooth pick holder; C. J. Dutton, table linen; Dr. and Mrs. Starks, of Keokuk, large decorated parlor lamp and China set; Henry Fromback, chamber set; M. A. Wickler & Co., rocking chair! tlctt6t: Constable, J. W. BrOwn; f. M. f rlftible; Clerk, & Sklnnef ; sot, John Whltfhcf: Road Supefvlsor, A. W. Montgomery. It was a well Sele6t§d ticket as they afo all good men. Mrs, JftS. Taylor, of Algona. was the guest of Miss Battle Stephens Saturday, o Please dd not strike him with the stovfl poker any m6fe, as yon are liable to foe pulled again for assault and battery and fined heavier than you wore yesterday. Beputy Sheriff Brunson had considerable wofk to do hero last week. Mr. and Mrs. Whlttaker, of Rolf e, were hero last week looking After the threshing oh their farms. . One day last week at Ledyard a couple were married. It was an occasion to bo celebrated* The groom inade a speech in Which he stated that ho had thirteen feather beds at hbmo ho expected to fill evefy-ohc of them. The men laughed, tho ladies blushed, the bride hung hef head, the boys giggled, and the band played "Baby Mine," PLUM CREEK, What is the m'attef of tho north end of Plum Creek having a large barn? Next Week wo Will give the dimensions. Jasper Maudsley is putting It up. Martin Owen is on tho point of erecting a large barn also. The Misses Ada and Balsy Rhinohart have been to tho city. Ada Is to stay for an irrfefinlte period with Mrs. Fred Me- Call. Last Thursday evening tho y6uug folks' of Plum Creek and Portland met atE. McWhorter's for a dance. A gay time Is reported. Mr. Miller and wife and some of tho other members of the family, and Mr. W. L. Bohn and wife were down to ace Grandma Warner Sunday. Ed. Simpkins has his mill up again, and ho wears a pleasant smile. George Hoi- man has his well completed 110 feet deep, and will soon have In a new pump. PROFESSIONALS BUSINESS DIRECTORY A. D. CLARKE & CO. FARM LOAJVS. Office on Dodge street, Algona, Iowa, / u GEO. 0. CALL, RKA.L ESTATE AND ABSTItAVT OFFICE For Information in regard to lauds in Northwestern town,, write to him. Thorlugton street, Algona, Iowa. GKO. 1C. CLABKB, , CHAS. A. OOHKNOUK. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, " ALGONA - - - - - - IOWA. WHITTEMORE. Fred Cftlkius is making a splendid fur tUe election as Auditor. We tee* Jleve lie will baye as large a majority ai any wan wi the ticket. A»<J this is rig>t, for Fred has jioyw Jiefereaske,4 foj aa'ef* flee while bis worthy apj^eut Mr- Ifefl^ ' WHITTEMOBE, Oct. 33,—Rev. and Mrs. Hotchkiss are with us again ho having been returned by the conference for the coming year. .Wo are glad .to see them back. Tho Good Templars aro meditating on another entertainment, Mr. Nylen was moved last Tuesday to his home on the farm; his improvement is very slow. Mrs, Daily has been confined to the house by an attack of acute inflamatioa of tho stomach, She is better and gaining at present, Messrs, Joe Berryman and Cliff Stock" well, of Bancroft, have been sizing up the town with a view of establishing a drug store. We don't know the effect it will have on the present condition of things, but we like to see our town grow. Mr. and Mrs. Frank North grieve the loss of their little babe whh?h only lived a few hours, They feel her Joss deeply but if she had stayed longer her loss could not have been felt less keenly They have the earnest sympathy of all who Know them, Miss Ejckejiradt was over fronj Algona the first of the week, ' Craig Calkins, from Buvt, is studying medicine under the direction of Dr< Paul, He appears to be a bright and refined, young gentleman- We need more citizens Me him to, add to the fine class of young people we boast of already. Mrs. North, mother of jpy&mfc. JB her son and his wife .for a s^cwt stay is a cultured lady »n4 we hope she will stay ,a long while i» Whittewore, Mrs, M, J. fjawkos with her sister, Mi's- Hill, were YisiM»g ft* ike former's S.QW, Dr. Paul, part of last weefe. Prof. Gar44ey ihtefcs <W Mayor Jioyle need a JittJe In fact he W9J*W like & ippiy W» FE&TON. Mr. LindSey has built a now house on his and does not propose to rent any longer. >•• •• F. C. Newell has his now house raised. Dehnert Bros, arc doing the carpenter work. Miss Stella Hayno closed her fall term of school. She expects to teach the win- tor term of the same school. Wm. Peck has sold his 'farm in Fen ton township for $30 an acre. Quito a storm passed through these parts Saturday evening. A number of hay stacks were blown over. ; . . Hayenga brothers were shelling corn in this neighborhood last week. , Wo expect to have two weddings in the near future. F. Baily, our merchant, sells first class groceries. Will'Weisbrod has his now wind mill and grinder erected. He thinks lie has the best iu town./ ' Jacob Stamp and Wm. Reimer, Jr., will soon erect their new printing office—Jacob Stamp, proprietor. liable Bros, have threshed 1800 bushels of oats from 40 acres. ' •.. ' Ed. Chrischilles, Jr., has two hunting hounds now. They are growing rapidly and will soon be fit to go hunting with. Miss Edith Wagner closed her school last Friday. Wo are sorry to lose a famous teacher such as she. Her scholars W. B QUARTON. ATTQRNB7 AT L&W, Office over KossutH Co, Bank. .. Algotiaf lowa. ..':J.: :.:--•"•••-"• "~' f * SULLIVAN .& MoM ATTORNEYS-AT-LA Jt', I'ostofflce BlooK. . 'ALGONA, IOWA. DANSON & BUTLER. LAW, LOANS AJVD LAND, Collections a Specialty. Offloe iu Gardner Cowles new building, Algona. Iowa. E.V.SWETTiN6r. ATTQRNE7 AT LAW, Money to loan. Algona, Iowa, S. S, SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW,, Loans and Insurance, Special attention given to'collections of all kinds. Office over UhriseUilles'store, Algona, wero sorry to bid her farewell. Theo, Haas is sick, Mr. Hanna, of Lotts Creek, was hero last week. ' ' Miss Martha Boomerang was visiting her cousin, Mrs. Andrew Ilayonga, last week, F. O, Kluss and F. C. Newell are on the list now, Who will be next? Tho broken lounge will be sold now. Date of'sale next week, Peddlers are thick nowadays. John Light, Philip Wander and John ISwoifui were up in Minnesota Thursday. They had a good time but did not get ^ a feather, w'or a cotton-tail, nor even rabbit, L, K. GARFIELD, M, D., -w T i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Offl«e on State street, Algona, Iowa. M. J, KENEFICK, M, D, Office sovev U'aylor's store, Algona, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, A. Hutchison, of Algona, was here last Wednesday and as fee looked rather tired, ono of hi 3 friends asked him what was the cause,of iti upo$ which ho informed, us that his little boy kept him awake all' njght, which ^minded us that the north' ern end of the county hadn't spjoked.oji ~~ jtchisou, Jr*, audttho whole town swok* „ lOroenters the rest of the 4ay» Two 'prominent wen of AJgQna,;.Q»e ft 1 and the other $v republican, got it on pur Streets, last question, feeing intoroed. The always J, M, ERIDfl, M. P. \ over Seeder's" cooing Store. <^ ^ law® t ''.;l| T^-r-f i$3\1 PR, L, A. SOTJTZ, 8T Aflff ST 8U«4, M PesJs Jo paints, 9U», ">,% tfa it AUTiim AMI Ad ATA . •f-.—iA' 0, B, FATO, M. Dn r/lff > WffWFKKQBit\-« - -. - /flJW. 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