The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1894 · Page 10
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 31, 1894
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THfc REPUBLICAN, ALUOKA, iU%A,WEt>frESJbAi 7 , OOtOBlfitt OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT Studley's Drug Store. -DEALER «N- BANCROFT NEWS. Chicago & $f0i i tii»W»5St«s*ii Mixed way freight....)l 43am passenger ......4 08pm .. 6 Otprh fray freight....8 I5atri t-assenger .. ..205pm BANCROFT* IOWA 4 OCT. 81, 1894. conducted by J» A. And Everything kept in a Firstclass Lumber Yard. ••TOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. =1894. When in need of Hardware, please call on me and get prices. I aim to keep the best, such as Garland Stoves and Ranges, Baker Barbed Wire, Heath & Milligan's Paints, Etc. TV. 't Pav the Our Abstract Books arc complete up to dale, and reliable, i hey represent an outlay of thousands of dollars and worn prepared by an experienced abstractor. Our patrons may thereloro feel certain of getting reliable abstracts. Our work is guaranteed and we furnish abstracts as cheap as irresponsible and incompetent persons who have no books, though the county does not pay us a salary, clerk hire, office icnt or even furnish us stationery. AND WILD LAND FOR SALE MONEY CONSTANTLY ON HAND FOR FARM LOANS, And furnished immediately upon application. HAY & RICE Opera House Block. C. L. LUND. ESTABLISHED 1880. LTJIsTID &c (Successors to 0. L. LUND.) J. J. RYAN. state Dealers, Algona, Iowa, W« wish to announce to the readers of the REPUBLICAN that tve have extraordinary f acill- ready Uug with us. to if you who in fair come out and secure a piece of Iowa soil at reasonable prices. We believa in fair you want to sell your property for what it is worth, don't waste any time In listing Yours respectfully. LUND & RYAN. ... Against Fire or Tornadoes ? Is your family protected, >in case of death, by a life policy in a solid company? }If -not,. J. A. FRECH, —^ Of the BANCROFT INSURANCE AGENCY, submits the following companies for your consideration. This is the strongest line of companies in any agency in Kossuth county and does the largest business. All city ^policies are issued in Bancroft and can be had on short motice. We can do a more careful business because we devote our time to it. Creamery and threshing machine insurance a specialty. Merchants and Bankers of Des Moines Anchor of Creston. Dubuque Fire and Marine of Dnbnquo. LIFE COMPANIES. FIRE AND TORNADO CQ.S Hanover of New York. Fire Association of Philadelphia. Northwestern National of Milwaukee. Itockford of Rockford. State of Dos Moines. Capital of Des Moinos. of the above Equitable of Now York. Mutual Life of New York. 'The total assetts of the above companies is $366,678,181.08, according to the Auditor's report of Jan, 1,1894. , Richmond, I'res, F. Smith, Vice Pres, A, B. Richmond, Oasbier. O. J, Lenander, Ass't, Cash, Traders' Savings Bank BANCROFT, IOWA, M Incorporated under the laws of the Soate of Iowa. None but home capital invei Jed, Author* «o*d capital, *50,ouo. Foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, and a general banking business tmnE:uaeci. Special attention given to collections. Insurance written. Steamship and from ISurope, — U, M. lUolirnonrt. N, E. Mayne, 0. E. Mallory, J. N. Sheridan. Sheridan, A. B. Richmena, B, F. Smith. Samuel Land, Loan, and Insurance Agency, j .^. . •. .^ ^.. .. r? •^Established 1881. A large list of wild lands toy sale. Improved farms and village property for sale or rent, Farm loans on long time and low rates of interest. Offices at Bancroft and Swea City, Iowa; H, m, RICHMOND, GALL AT THB OFFICE OF CITY LAND AND TOWN LOT 00, NBWS OF THE TOWN, In the regular shoot of the Bancroft Gun Club last Tuesday, the following score was made. Sundstrom was handicapped from 12 to 20 feet: Wickwire OOOlOOOOilOilO 1—6 Graham 100101111111111-12 Lenandcr lOllOllOllllll 1-12 Mrs. Graham.. OlOllllOOOlOlO0—7 Mrs. Campbell. 00001loilllloll-9 Sundstrom 111111111111011-14 Turner 101001110111111-11 Holloway .lOOlOOiOllOlll 1—9 Alcorn.........100010111111101-10 Johnston o 1 111 1111111 o00-11 Jack Johnston and M. A. Turner had» a match shoot of twonty-fivo birds for 85 a side last Friday and the score stood Johnston 22, Turner 10. We don't believe that every town can produce as good a score all around as this. The regular prayer meeting of the Baptist church will be held tonight instead of tomorrow night. H. 0. Bruer wishes to call attention to the finest line of cigars in Bancroft. Go in and select a good smoke. J. B. Carr is also in the bankrupt stock business, having recently bought a stock at 27 cents on the dollar. This makes cheap goods. Chas. Martin went to Boone, la., last week to sell some hay that ho had shipped down Uiere. Mrs. Frank Richardson is reported as being rather ill with some sort of spinal trouble. Albert Nelson, special salesman for the Davis Sewing Machine Co., was here the first of the week assisting his agents Messrs. Utloy & McLaughlin. Dr. Peters was up from Burt one day last week and reported business as being good. The Algona Steam Laundry is represented in Bancroft by J. A. Freeh. Laundry goes Tuesdays and returns Fridays of each week. Good work guaranteed. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berry man and Mrs. G. 0. Austin will start soon for a visit in California with friends and relatives. Wo saw a>letter last week from E. L. L. Ward which contained the information that times were hard out on the coast and that work was scarce. Mr. Ward is doing well out there, however, which his many Kossuth county friends will be glad to hear. One hundred extra copies of the REpun- LICAN come to Bancroft this week. If yon like the paper subscribe for it with J. A. Freeh. ' Hear Dolliver tomorrow afternoon. The Bancroft Union Cornet Band will furnish music for the occasion. Before you put up that stove for the winter, look over the chimneys, and then get a fire insurance policy of J. A. Freeh. Anna Harris lectured to a good audience at the M. E. Church here last Sunday afternoon, and at Buffalo Forks M. E. Church last Sunday evening. Johnathan P. Dolliver, Iowa's greatest congressman, will speak at Jefferson hall tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, and if the weather is good the house will be full of people. Everybody should go and heaj 1 him for he is one of the nation's greatest orators. See that your ticket roads, Fred Calkins foi 1 auditor, next Tuesday. W. S. Stahl has the foundation laid for a now residence in the west part of town. Rev, Williams reports that he has nearly enough money subscribed to pay for the new Presbyterian church in Seneca. Will Richardson will do the carpenter work on the church. F, M. Purdy's household goods were sold at auction last Saturday, Mr, Purdy and family will -go to California tomorrow. Geov E, Staynor, of Kolfe, and Chas. Vohs, of Bancroft, two very popular lightning jerkers of the Northwestern, were in town over Sunday, With the magnetic eye battery to be found only in Renwick, the circuit is complete and works like a ch-arm.—Renwick Times, Well, that accounts for the frequent visits Charlie makes to Berwick, Irwin Tamblyn and wife returned from Cedar Rapids last Friday, and are again living in their residence in South Bancroft. A. Mayer was at Haverhill, Iowa, on business last week and returned last Friday. Miss Mary Lonergan, of Maspn City, has been visiting with her brother Pau for a few days past, Mrs. F. S. Van De Boo returned to hej home in Chicago, last Monday, after visiting here about one week. At the election of officers of the I, O. G T, lodge last Saturday evening, abo'u thirty members were present, including Mrs. Anna Harris, Grand Lodge lecturer The following officers wero elected; 0,T,, Caroline Wesley,; V, T., Mrs, Cjajr Howling; Chaplain, Grace Secretary, 0. S. Yjhsr Treasurer, C, A HoteUingj Marshal, J, E.. Rijssel; Gjw4 Lois Gray; Sentinel, &ajnSta,hl. The sWiatipu will be conducted by H Peputy G. W. Smith, next Saturday e ning. Little George Sjnjth struck a well pn S. W. MpA^ftnVs Mcrtheftgt of town last Thm'siiay, at a, depth, o| feet. TbewelUs flaws a,b#u,t, past week. They have bought land in Wright county, where they expect to make their future home. You should have come id Kossuth thofigh, Warron. MissMyraChipman, of Portland) visited relatives and friends in Bancroft the latter part of last week* returning home Sunday. Be sure and hear Dolliver tommorrow. MAHRiED—James L. Johnson and Miss Ellen Sheridan at St. John's Catholic Church yesterday, Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock, by Rev. A. J. Schemmel, pastor of the church. The groom came to Bancroft about two years ago and worked in Grose's barber shop, and when Mr. Crose went out Mr. Johnson became proprietor, and has continued to hold the entire barber trade and has done well. Ho is one of Bancroft's most popular young men. The bride is a sister of Sheridan Bros., and has won many friends by her quiet, modest ways, and is one of Bancroft's most popular young ladies. A large number of beautiful and costly presents wero received by the ne\vly married couple, and wo presume it would take a column to enumerate them. Relatives from Dubuquo and other points in the state were present and witnessed the ceremony. The NEWS joins a host of the friends of the bride and groom in wishing them much joy and many anniversaries of their wedding day. BURT. (.The folio wing items, among othurs, were received last week, but failed of insertion bocn-URO the copy was mislaid.—ED.] BUBT, Oct. 23.—The dedication of the Presbyterian church took place Sunday last. Rev. Williams of Bancroft assisting Rev. Kelley the pastor of the church. The furniture and fixtures, also painting, are all completed, making a very neat and comfortable house of worship. The auditorium is seated in opera chairs, while the pulpit and choir chairs are finely upholstered. Altogether the people and the pastor can congratulate themselves with so pretty and homelike churcn. J. B. Cork has sold his store building to Joe Elvidge. The jewelry store however will retain possession. It seems a good deal for a maa to hear another say: "Take the tariff off of wool and wool goes up;" "Put the tariff on wool and wool goes down." BURT, Oct. 30.—A good sized flock .of sheep were noticed going to the stock yards. It is a sight not often seen now-a- days and'shows that it must be the wind up of the sheep industry in our section. Dr. Beano is improving the looks of his residence by a coat of paint which gives it a very attractive and neat appearance. Joe Elvidge has returned from a trip to Chicago.' A special train has been secured to bring back a party of young people who will attend the Andrews Opera at Algoha,Oct. 31. About S5 are expected to go, Mr. Moulton, of Oskosh, Wis., is visiting friends at Burt and attending to his farm interests. Herman Schultz of Sohultz & Co. has returned i'rom a trip to Chicago. WESLEY. had fallen clear out of dry goods of that the taritt bill had effected them* Ten doi* lot overcoats for li.50; twenty dollar fur coats for $2; three pluah caps tot 25c$. and everything in proportion, and they were doing a wholesale business when suddenly Sheriff Samson and Deputy Brunson ap^ peared and took care of them as they were wanted in fitardin county where a store had been broken into. •When yoii want to buy goods at Jim Taylor's prices come to Ledyard. The Hoh. Mr. Uallerich, of Des Moines, is to speak in our school house tonight. We Will guarantee him a full house and special seats have been arranged for doiti* ocrats who wish to get the wool pulled away from their eyes and the darkness turned into light. A. Duhlap, who at present is at Mot Spring for his health is improving greatly and in hopes that he will return in the spring well and hearty as ever. M. Stephens last week sold a farm of 320 acres 5 miles from Ledyard to an Illinois man for §32 por acre. A. B. and A. J. Dunlap sold 1(50 acres Saturday to Frank Gnnvo, of Siutnkota, Minn. lie is building on it now. FENTON, FKNUON, Oct. 30.—F. C. Kltiss built a now hog stable last week, and F. C. Boev- ors made tins same improvement on his own place. F. C. Newell has his house all complete except the plastering, which will bo done soon. Newell Bros, have two inoro weeks to thresh before they will be done. Thco. Haas has boon sick. J. Holtz is homo from a visit with friends up north. Miss Mary Welsbrod closed her school last Friday. The scholars wero remembered with presents all round. A number of visitors were present to witness the closing exercises. fchftt there is flow oa file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kosatttli County, Iowa, a petition of the plaintiff Jn the above entitled cause, claiming of C, A. Ross the sum of o«o hundred and sef- enty-ntne dollars and ninety cents ($179.90)" with interest at the rate of 7 per cent, per arifmm ffom May 3,1894, with costs and a reasonable attorney fee; asking the fof&- closureof acertaiixmortgagegiven by C. A. Rdss and TillieF. Moss to said B. P< Shotting to secure the payment of said note, upon the northeast quarter of section Six (6). township Ninety-four (94), range Twenty-nine (29), frost of the Fifth Pi M*; asking that whatever claim p. «J\ Solbofg or Ingrald B* Belleson may have in and to said land, be declared inferior to E laihtllf s mortgage, and that their claims e forever foreclosed and barred, and for general equitable relief: and unless yoii appear and defend on or beforehoon df the second day of the next December term of said court, to be begurt and holdon at the Court House in Algona, in said county and state, on the 10th day of December, A. D. 1894, default will be entered against yoii and judgment rendered thereon. E. V. SWETTlNCt, 6*8 Att'y for Plaintiff, WELL BORING AND DRILLING. We have Machinery of all sizes for boring or drilling 1 wells. Wator guaranteed or no pay. Call on or address, GALLION BROS,, Bancroft, la, MONEY! On Real Estate. HOXIE & BRUNSON, ' E. G. BOWYER, DEALER IN • • ETCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. 1 '"• Rapturing a specialty. PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY NOTICE TO BUILDEllS. Notice Is hereby tfiven that sealed bids will be received by the undersigned until 11 o'clock a. m.. Saturday, Nov. 17, 1804. for the erection of two school houses, one in sub- district No. 4 and one in sub-district No. 2, in Union township. Specifications can be seen at the Auditor's office in Algona. The Hoard reserves '"e.rito 4-5 sec'y School Board. BY THE GOVERNOR. A PROCLAMATION For a General Election to be Held Tuesday, Nov. 6,1894. A. D. CLARKE & CO. FARM LOANS. <>!llce on Dodge street, Algona. Iowa, GEO. C. CALL, URAL ESTATE AND ABSTRACT OFFICE For Information in regard to lauds in Northwestern Iowa., write to Jilm, t'horiugton street. Algoua, Iowa. Wsswsy, Oct. 30.—This is bad weather for harvesting flax, and lots of it is lying in the gavel. It has been turned twice and the damage will involve quite a loss to he owners. Mrs. Mikkleson has opened a boarding louse in the Knuz building, where Mulk- iis Bros, run a restaurant. Our merchants and business men aredo- ng a lino business. You can buy goods in Wesley as cheaply as in any town in northern Iowa. If you do not believe it ,ryit. There has been a young attorney here from Des Moines with a view of locating. C. A. Ballrich will speak to the republicans of Wesley Wednesday night, Let the good work go on. . Rev. Plummer has commenced a revival neeting, which is much needed here, Goo, Benner and Chas,. Robinson have purchased a well auger. There is great competition among well diggers, and why o thirsty? Mrs. Heal arrived this morning from her long visit in Indiana, As we are on the eve of another election I would like to say a word for Supervisor Hollenbeck, who has made ft good county, oflicer and has done spjendjd work building grades and bridges and looking- after cyclone people. He deserves to be recog' nized by the people on election day as a good, loyaj republican, and a number one official and should be given a good rousing majority. If the voters of Kossuth coun^ ty vote according to the dictates pf their conscience we shall h j,ve a whpopiwg. pid majority for the whole ticket. Vote the republican ticket next Tuesday and vote it straight. Mrs, Bejnte and sou Will, of Hampton, are visiting H,.C. Hollenbeclj and faffiiiy. N. J}, Studer, batter known in tMs tpwn and neighborhood as "Nick,V died tb,is morning, o| iRflamatioo of the bowels, The news of his death come as a great SUV* prise and shock to the com.Hmnityt, as Jt was supposed that l\e woujd. rec.pyej'i Mr- Studer was o«e of tjie square deajing popular business jn.en oj Wesley. He in the prime of life, w}ft every tion'oj a long life, Ue leaves a wife a, B d, flve, children, Pursuant to law, 1, Prank D. Jackson, governor of the citato of Iowa, do hereby pro- clatin that at the general election to be field on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November, it being the sixth day of that mouth, of the year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-four, the offices hereinafter are to be filled, to-wit: By vote of all the olectprs of the state: The office of Secretary of State. The office of Auditor of State The office of Treasurer of State. • The office of Attorney. General. The office of J udge of the Supreme Court for the full term. The office of Judge of the Supreme Court for the term expiring Deo. 31,1807, said office being now temporarily filled by Horace E. Beemor. The office of Clerk of the Supreme Court. The office of Supremo Court Reporter. The office of Kallroad Commissioner. By vote of the electors of each of the eleven congressional districts: The office of Representative in Congress from each of said districts. By vote of the electors of,the following judicial districts, the office of Judge of the District court, as follows; . The First judicial district, two judges. ThaSecond judicial district, four judges. The 'Third judicial district, two judges. The Fourth judicial district, four judges, The'Fifth judicial district, three judges. The Sixth judicial district, three judges, The Seventh judicial district, four judges. The Eighth judicial district, one judge. The Eighth judicial district, one Judge for the unexplred term of H. S, Kairall, said office being now temporarily filled by M, J, Wade. The Ninth judicial district, four Judges. The Ninth judicial district, one judge to fill the vacancy now temporarily filled by W. A,.Spurrier, , , The Tenth judicial district, two judges. The Eleventh judicial district, three GEO. K. CLA11KE, CHAS. A.OOHENOtJH. CLARKE & COHENOUli, ATTORNHJS AT LA W, ALGONA, - - - - - - IOWA. W. B QUARTON. A TTORME T AT LA W, Offlee OVHF Kossutli Co. Bank. Algoiia, Iowa. I SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS- AT- LA Jf. I'ostofflceililouK. ALGONA, IOWA. DANSON & BUTLER. LAW, LOANS AND LAND, Collections a Specialty. Office in Gardner Cowles new building. Algofiu. Iowa. E. y. SWETTING. . ATTQRNE7 AT LAW, Money to loan, Algona, Iowa. 8. S. SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Insurance. Special attention given to collections of all kinds. Office over Ohrlsolillles' store, Algona, Jovva. T The o iVelth judicial district, one judge, e Thirteenth judicial district, ti two ..„„ Thirteenth judicial district, one judge (or the unexpired term of l>. O. Hatch, deceased, said office being uow temporarily fllledby E. R. Cooley. The Fourteenth judicial district, one 'Fifteenth judicial district, three *»e Fifteenth judicial district, one judge for the unexpired torn of Horace E.Ueemer, said offlce being now temporarily filled by Sixteenth Judicial district, two "Seventeenth judicial district, one Eighteenth judicial district, two e Eighteenth judicial distriot,one judge for the unexplred terjn of J. H, Creston, saidQjHcq being temporarily SUe4 by W. £, ^TUe P Nlu'eteenth judjplal district, two \yfweof. alHhe electors throughout the Stftte will lake due notice, and the sheriffs o* the several counties will take official notice and govern themselves accordingly, JflI testimony whereof J fe&ve n F e '» nto se j wy hand and paused to be Hffiyed t*e fiww L, K. GAKFIELD, M, D., 'PH781CIAX AND SURGEON, Offlee on State street, Algona, Iowa, M. J, KENEFICK, M. D, Ofllce over Taylor's stove. The PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa, second d »t»tes the One and of the State pf Jowft, Jiy we j f M. mim, M. P. Office over Goeder's *«* low® L, A. "• Shipley, Fry for jwrthevs feet ab,qye tUe

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