The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on November 21, 1894 · Page 8
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f m fiKPUBueAKi \,/r^^ " ' ' ' ^^^^^j^^^^^JOj^cyHj&jfcgg OWATILLA is Just What Yau Need, Sold duly at Studlsy's Drug Store. ' AL6.0NA, JOWA. _„ Sash BANCROFT NEWS. Chicago soft-tit , sotfftfit Mt*8d ..Miam Mi*6d.......... way f f eight.. ~tt 43afn way freight....8 15am passenger 408pm t>assen<?er .: .. BANCBOtfT, IOWA, KOV. 21, 1894 Conducted by J» A, FRECM. Mmes." Can furnish any slm. .p, Q, NORTON, 1871 S94. 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 & Milligaii's Paints, Etc. JT. •Our Abstract Books are complete up to date, and reliable. They represent an outlay of thousands of dollars and were prepared by an ^Ifftaieed M- stractor. Our patrons may thereiore 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 sal ary, clerk hire, office rent or even furnish us stationery. jfABMS AND WILD LAND FOB SALE .MONEY CONSTANTLY ON HAND FOB FABM LOANS, And furnished immediately upon application. Opera House Block. HAY & RICE -C. L. LUND. ESTABLISHED 1880. J. J. RYAN. (Successors to 0. L. LUND.) state Dealers, Algona, Iowa, We wish to announce to the readers o£ the RHPUBLIOAN that we have extraordinary facilities lor the sellhiK of farms and un'mprored lauds In Northern Iowa, and wo Invite everybody who wishes to dispose of their property, to call on us at our office in Algona or to correspond. As soon as spring opeas we have a large number of customers from the eastern states who ready to come out and secure a piece ol Iowa soil at reasonable prices. We belter j in fair linc and if you want to sell your property for what it is worth, don't waste any time in listing Yours respectfully, LUND & EYAN. are deal dea with us. Are You Insured? 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 Kos- .suth 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. FIRE AND TORNADO CO.S ttanover of Now York. Fire Association of Philadelphia. Northwestern National of Milwaukee. lloekford of Rockford. t5tate of Des Moines. iCapital of Des Moines, Merchants and Bankers of Des Moines Anchor of Creston, Dubuque Fire and Marine of Dubuque. LIFE COMPANIES. Equitable of New 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. a. M. Richmond, Pros, B. F. Smith, Vice Pres. A. B. Richmond, Oaahier, O. J, Lenander, Ass't, Cash farmers' & Traders' Savings Bank BANCROFT, IOWA. Mayu«,o. E, Mallory, J. N. Sheridan. Steamship M. Richmond, N. E, Sheridan, A. B. Richmond, B, F, Bnutn, Samuel Land, Loan, and Insurance Agency, Established 1881. A large list of wild lands for sale, Improved farms And village property for sale or rent. Farm loan? on long tiroe and low rates of interest, Offices at Bancroft and Swea City, Iowa, R, M. RICHMOND, CALL AT THE OFFICE OF NEWS Of* THE TOWN, J. C. Stahl has bought a machine for the manufacture of bale ties and will hereafter make his own ties and also some for the market. Subscribe for Tflfc RjoPUBMCAffi Chas. Wilson came up from Amos last Friday at the close of school at the Agf l- cultural collepe, and ho will act as clerk In j. B. Carr's store during the coming winter. Glad to see you back, Charlie. Roy Johnson had one of his fingers broke in a football game at Pillsbury academy, Owatonna, Minn. The Ladies' Aid society of the Swedish Lutheran church will have a sale of fancy and domestic articles at the high school room next Friday evening, NoV. 23. A lunch will be served by the young people for 15 cents. Everybody is invited. C. E. Mallory has been over from Buffalo Center during the past week on a collecting tour. C. C. Thompson had legal business at Buffalo Center last Monday. Win and Willie Stahl have built thorn a little house In Swea City, where they will live during the winter and handle about 1,000 tons of hay. The Good Templars took In about $11 at their sociable last Friday nlttht. The annual election of officers of the Masonic lodge takes place December 12. Olaf Pearson was down from Swea City yesterday and reported that neither R pan nor Hill had returned, and that all was quiet In Swea City, The Algona steam laundry, represented by J. A. Freeh, does first-class work. Laundry goes every Tuesday and returns every Friday. Bring on your laundry. All persons who are Interested in a lyceum or debating club are requested to meet at the high school room on Friday evening, November 30, at7:30 o'clock. The object of the organization Is to be mutual self-Improvement and entertainment. Everybody is Invited to attend. Rev. E. W. Archer, of Eagle Grove, conducted the quarterly meeting at the M. E. church last Sunday morning, and the service was said to.be a very enjoyable one. Rev. T. S. Cole attended the district conference held at Algona last week. T. P. Kelly returned from Des Moinos last Saturday, where he sold eight carloads of hay, and also leased a barn and office and hired H. Leyine to sell hay for him there. He will run a wholesale establishment and furnish hay for'the city. The barn is located at 403 Fifth street. Mr. Kelly will remain here and buy hay for his DOS Moines market. Mrs. C. H. Johnson has been visiting at Red Wing, Minn., during the past week. J. A. Freeh writes all kinds of first-class insurance. Carl McClellan had the misfortune to slip under a moving train which he was trying to board )ast Monday and two toes were severed from the foot. The surgeons at once took charge of him, and he is now doing as well as could be expected under the circumstances. Too bad, Carl. Now is the time to-get your winter reading. THE REPUBLICAN and either the Inter Ocean, New York Tribune or State Register only 11.85 per year. See J. A. Freeh. F. W. Kinne has four, or five sick horses in his barn. It is not a contagious disease. Captain R. E. Jeansou will have a sale 'at hi» place of all his stock of farm goods at his place north west of Swea City next Tuesday as a consequence of his early removal to Des Moines. Northern Kossuth will be very sorry to lose so estimable a family as the Jeansons. James Johnson is painting bis new house, and when it is finished It will be a thing of beauty and a Joy forever, Now is the time to insure in good companies. See J, A. Frock C. H. Wunn has left a very fine sample of Russfan oats with us, He has some seed of this variety to sell, The musical and dramatic entertainment in Dick's hall last evening was enjoyed by a large audience, which expressed its approval of the program ren' dered by frequent and generous bursts of applause, Every number was good, and the musical portion of the program was especially deserving of praise. The eon- cert was given under the direction of Mrs, A, G, Ward, who was ably assisted by her sister, Miss Walters, of Jowa Falls. Stanhope has some excellent homo talent, and last night's audience will hope that another opportunity may soon be afforded them for enjoying such a treat.—Stanhope Mail. Miss Marie E, Collins will give an elor cutlonary entertainment at Jefferson ball to- night. It will be i»«4er t he auspices of the pwbljc schools, and the proceeds go towards purchasing a Hag for th.e school, which in itself is a very worthy J patriotic object- Miss Collins was about a year ago with the Coinr. Male quartette, and will be remembered as giving a first-class entertainment' The bouse 8h.ou.ld fee and will want, for instance we learned through a Mistake that one afttcle which the bill names "Women's Defense" is really boiled tongue. Come and have a good time and a good meal, thereby helping a go6d cause. Proceeds go to help pay for the organ. Sheriff Samson passed through here last week on his way to SlouS City ill chase of a fellow Who had sold mortgaged proper ty. Mrs. Groveman, Mrs. Wichler and Miss Maggie Hayes were ove'r to the hub Thursday. Most of the witnesses in the Kohn ease have returned from Ft. Dodge. A Wm. Hester from Emmetsburg we understand is fitting up the Booth building for a drug store. Mr. and Mrs. Vogel lost their youngest boy last Thursday with diptherla, This Is the second child within a week they have lost with a terrible disease. They have two more at present dangerously ill with the same destroyer. The Board of Heal th have done a lllhey could to procure a nurse,even offering $10 a day but to no purpose. A. F. Bellman had the misfortune to dislocate his leg by a pile of lumber falling on him while at work in J. M, Farley's yard. Geo. Ilanna Is In Cedar Rapids. Whittemoro has added an auction store to its growing industries. Mrs. A. D. Weir is visiting friends at Boyden. Mumps is rampant among the kids. Rev. Hotchklss is slowly Improving. Thos. McGovern, Charlie Lathrop, Geo. Boyle, J. V. Wichler, Henry Thompson, John Beattlo and others have been to Fort Dodge as witnesses in the case of Kohn, killed by a train at Whlttemore. Nick Simmons is the proud dad of an i eight pound boy. Nick exercises his sur- J plus of spirits by throwing railroad rails and ties over the Farmers' elevaior. A. D. ULAftKE tfe 00, HURT. BUST, Nov. 19,1894.—J. N. Easterly has moved into a new office in the McDonald building where he will transact his justice and notary work. "The Fan Drill" promises to bo an excellent entertainment given by the young ladies of the M. E. church in Marble's hall this evening. O. P. McDonald has returned from Fort Dodge where he has been attending United States Grand Jury. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Graham rejoice in the arrival of a little democrat. We have Harvo's word that he is. J. B. Cork has returned from his insurance work at Renwick and will be with us a few days. Den Paine is again filling his hay -barns as well as shipping many cars of hay. Our creamery receives every 'Other, day to 1600 to 1700 pounds and shows but small decrease In batter product. Mr. Ford in the north part of town, has his house inclosed. Mr. Butterfield is building a fine residence north of J. M. Stewart's. The A. O. U. W. lodge intend having a grand blowout about January 1st. They will initiate a number of candidates, after .which they will have an oyster supper. Mr. Stewart's people are getting along finely after a long run of typhoid fever, all of them being down at once, except one. T. C. Walten, of Auburn, but formerly of Wesley, is here on business and renewing old acquaintances. Revival meetings are still In progress, with ah increased interest. Rev. Reman, of Corwlth, Is assisting Rov. Plummer here. Thotrias Tweed, who has been confined to his bed with in juries received in the cyclone last September, Is in a very critical condition. Ho had several ribs broken, and one or more of them punctured his lungs. Me has had oiie or more operations performed since to give relief, Corn husking Is well tinder Way In this vicinity and the crop is'far better than Was expected. Considerable corn is now being marketed. W. B. Streeper moved Ills stock and farm machinery this week to Jones county, Where he intends to locate. Charles Brunson, oho of our leading stock buyers, made a flying visit to Fort Dodge this week. Mrs. M. McDcrmot brought action against EPV. Father Eckart and five lead* Ing parishioners for selling her husband bfler at a dance at the homo of Joe Honeck, two miles south of town, about one month ago. Mrs. McDermot withdrew the action on the parties paying her $60. There is no doubt but the grand jury will Investigate the matter more closely at the next term of court and see what virture there is in the mulct law. The readers of the Times-Republican will remember that Father Eckert was indicted and fined $300 last spring for a similar offense. Money to Loan, Money on band to loan on second mortgages. ' 3tf GEO. C. CxiAi Use Burnell's Commercial Agency. They have the Only correct guide to go by in giving credit. They of ten collect bills when otbers have failed. Address Marsballtown, Iowa. Fresb oysters at Ladendorff'a. LOG CABIN Maple Syrup. Don't fail to try It, at WALKER BROS. MI LbJUtS. street, Algona, . a CALL, For iDJormfttloh in regard w lands ift North western row*, write to him, thorlnfcton street Algotia, GftO. B. Cr,ARKJB. * CHAS. A.OOHftfcOtm. OLAMtK & COHKNOtTii, A TTORNEfS A T LA W, ALGONA *•'. •> - >.«•*. JtoWA, **»f w, B AT Office over Kosstitii Co, BaBk. Atgona, Iowa, SULLIVAN & MoMAHOKT Postoffloe BlooK. AlaoNA, IOWA. DANSOK <fc BUTLEK. LAW t LOAMS AMD LAND, 'Collections a Specialty. Office in GardherOowies new building, A j. gftnft ''. Iowa. B.-V.S WETTING. ATTO&NSY AT LAW, Money to loan. Aluoiia, Iowa. S. S. SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Leans and Insurance. Special attention given ... to collections of all kinds. Office over Ubrlachllles'store. Algoua, Jowa. L. K. GAKFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office on State street, Algona, IOWA. ADMINISTRATION NOTICE, Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have been appointed and have qualified as administrators of the estate of Robert Stephenson, late of Kossuth county, Iowa, deceased. All persons In any manner Indebted to said estate will make immediate payment to the undersigned: and those having claims against the said estate will file them with the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance. Dated this 10th day of Nov., A. D. 1894. GEO. E. BOYLE, "Whlttemore. Iowa. ADAS. STACY, 7-10 Algona, Iowa. M.J.KENEF10K,M. D. Office over Taylor's store. Algona, Iowa. X, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. FENTON. FENTOW, Nov. go.—Mr, Philip Wander snd David Browser were visiting friends at Bancroft Thursday. J, Holtz visited friends in the north part of the county, Mr, Fred Kluss and BfIss Lena Zweifel were married at the Gewnan M. B. church in Fenton last Thursday, a large crowd witnessing the ceremony, After they were married a string of teams a mile long fol- lowek the couple to the home of the bride's parents where all had a. good time. C. M. Larson, who Is sunning a magic lantern show, exhibited at the Newell school house last-Wednesday, and at the Weisbrod school house Saturday night, Joseph Hable intends to stay at home this winter, he has been »way so long. Win. Haarsh, of Bancroft, is in these parts pressing hay. ORIGINAL MICB. In the District Court of Kossuth Cownty, Iowa, December Term, 1894. — K P. S wetting vs. C. A. Ross. Tillle F. Boss, B. L. Belleson, P. J. Solberg, ingraJdB. Bellson and D. W. Townsend. To P. J. Solberg and Ingrald B. Belleson, defendants: You are hereby • notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Jowa, a petition of the plai&tiff in the aboveentitled cause, claiming of C. A. Ross the sum of one hundred and seventy-nine dollars and ninety cents ($179.90) .with interest at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum from- May 2,1894, with costs and a reasonable attorney fee; asking the foreclosure of a certain mortgage given by C. A. Ross and Tillle F. Ross to said B. P. Swotting to- secure the payment of said J. M. PBIDE, M. D. Office over Goeder's doming Store. Algona, • Iowa DE. L. A. SHEETZ, DRUGGIST AND STATIONER, Prescriptions filled. Deals in paints, pita, books, perfumeries, etc. \ I Oor. State au'd Thorlngton sts. AleonaAVwa. '•', 1 ^ (•' I, f C. B. PAUL, M. D., WHITTEM&RE - - - IOWA, Regular Office hours 8 to 12a,m., 2 to6p.m. Over Wlchler r s Furniture store. Residence north of track. note, upon the northeast quarter of section Six (6) r township Ninety-four (94), range Twenty-nine (29), west of the Fifth P.M.; asking-that whatever claim P. J. Solfeerg o* Ingrald B. Belleson may have in and to saidilhnd, be declared inferior to plaintiff's mortgage, and that their claims be forever foreclosed and barred, and for general equitable relief; and unless you appear and dfefend on or before noon of the second day of the next December term of said court, tO'be'begun and holdfen 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 you ana judgment rendjred ggjgfoj^ 5-8 Att'y for Plaintiff. M, P, HAGGARD, G, SVPEBK, HAGGARD & PEEK, Successors to T. J. FELLING, M. D. PH7810IAN AND SURCtEC®, Consultation In English and German. Over Gootcn'a store, Whittemore r loy». CHAS. McCORMACK, PffYSICMtf. Diseases of Children a Specialty. Residence, Mrs. McOall'sv East of 0. & N. W. dep«t. ALGONA, - JOWA. E. E. SAYERS, D. V, M., |3r-Offlce west ol the Thprlngtop'Howf ,','^'fc Algona.Iowa. ffOSPITAE Accommodations,. »>MsK. WELL BORING W ^ 3£rfi LEDYARD, Julius Pteth made two trips to the south' ern part of the state last week on land deals, but dojj'tknow whether hesucceed* ed in selling any or not, Shipley, Fry and Miller returned yesterday from a 3 weeks bunt in northern Wisconsin and brought with them two fine deer weighing some over' §00> pounds, Whether they shot them in St, Paul on their way homo of course imonewjJJ know, Wilson & Co, are shipping every day from 5 to 10 cars Qj hay and at present are paying 16,50 on track, The parties who cast the only four ocrfttic votes that were past in> J> township can't be fonnd, We tMnU in that a mm W}J1 have to W&aj to find any. W». CojUns last week started, »restattr a,nt on win street near the barney gad i§ running jt in reg»Jap city sej ying w&rm. peals at all k°W 8 - °J day, aive BUI a call wU?« i» JMya ; Dr. Panlap lias got ip over fWwor . Holiday gqo4s. QbrUtiHWI is near and if intend, bijytug pre&aats com^, ts ABSTRACTS, ' ESTATE a»a OOIOWIQNB AliOONA, IOWA, DENTIST^ , L, BIST, D, D. AND- PRILLINO, ^C;! CS385W88 1 no pay- <?aU o» 9: GALUQN BRQ§,, We have maohtwery of a driUlpgr well*. Water guaranteed no pay.- Qall on or address,' v anaesthetic for deadening pale gums when extracting teeth, E, S. GLAS1ER, D. D, §, DENTAL ROOMS Over tfe« Algona State Ba.n.fe, J P W T? T P TP Ib W £i I* la Ivi jWPP* x t ™*p -r-rr-—~ —~-•—f~- -^-~™ ^^•• S T^J/ 1 :BURT, IOWA.'-II m «iTCHES, CLOCKS UNO AND TOWN LOT 00, and Farm Loans WBITTEMQR®, '•••\ i -'U, --*-'',A fpnnttn4ru.ni the Opera, Ho,u.se P.%t» r *&y week beginning aH p. W he % ooy r e) and e&trejaol fair, ^hw win fee & b»l of fare which, maw is » as he has a Jwttw display aM biggw §t»9te l^^t j^H J| | *p-WJ*WJWWIH **£•*• «» "rwjr aswnr —-* ?••***• p,9r|ejr%n4feme4ej;e{ 1 ^syM,}Hv «ftl jfl :,- -t \ <. _» _j_ i» A i.l«»n 4*4-A*« Vila lan/iQ < till •?w The best of woderp anaesthetics lo mail all ef»U°«fi ft! p«in)eea *J pes pSEWAUU PAINTER

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