The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on December 12, 1894 · Page 9
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 12, 1894
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' ' * SN is Just What You Need, Sold Only at Studley's Drug Store. ALOONA, >QWA> If. 1 ), us reason ....„- -• iimo I'V t.lie- forelock" ...... i—i •, hut e'oino and sec me aim pet come " Can furnish any si/.e. .ss^^irr^afeaa^TH it II >Vlll»'^»1, ""-' as you did las •Ices to suit t*- F. S, NORTON 1394:. 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 «fe Milligan'a Paints, Etc. BANCROFT N & Mixed Sitam stlted.......... SOfpm -•" freight....815am ix lonum " ««j »• w-cj—-- - - - - r; "T 4 08prti tassettger ,. ..SJOopui BANCROFT, IOWA, DEC. 12, Conducted by J* A< BURT AND BANCROFT, AT LEY, Don't Pav the Fmrtt PAR MS AND WILD LAND FOR SALE ••/;"•.'"• MONEY CONSTANTLY ON HAND FOR FARM LOANS, And furuishod immediately upon application. Chaplain Cole on "Four Years at the Front"—Burt Dec. 19, Bancroft the aoth—A Post Charity. the Bancroft G. A. 11, Post have, secured Chaplain Colo, of Cherokee, to deliver his famous lecture, "Four Years at the Front," at Hurt on Wednesday evening, Dec. 19, and at Bancroft Dec.'20. All who have heard the Chaplain speak in the highest praiso, both of his subject matters and his oratory. The object of tho entertainments is to take tho mortgage off the home of Mrs, Drake, widow of their deceased comrade. Tho object is certainly a commendable one, and we think the public should give tho veterans their support in so worthy a cause. Tho lecture is not a recital of war sloriei twice told, but is an accurate description of the lato rebellion delivered In a thrill- and masterly manner. We safe in assuring our friends that there is no greater orator in this state than the renowned Chaplain, and that this is the most popular of iiis lectures. HEARS CHINEE TALKEE. Jacob Lickteig Falls fcead While at Work ^ fti his Yard. Wesley Reporter: Again we are called Upon to chronicle the death Of one of Wesley's most respected citizens in the person of Jacob LIckteig who was sum* moned from earth without a moment's warning about 2.30 o'clock yesterday. During the morning ho had been doing some painting in the Catholic church, and after dinner he began loading some manure onto a wagon near his stable, and when about loaded ho went into the stable for shelter from a shower of railij and was seen coming out by Mrs, .T. E. McMulleh. who lives just opposite, and in 'about two minutes afterward Mr. Frederick was tho yoting ladies of 1/edyard are to give a fine ball and oyster supper in J° nn Wolfe's building tonight. The money is to bo used to btiy a boll for the dhureh and everybody should attend, young and old. At tho last meeting of itho members of the church it was agreed to raise the minister's f alary, If Algoha thinks site has got some good checker players let them comoupand play Stephens a id.tonks. They are ready for a battle at any time. M. Stephens, who defended Owen Dillon in both trials deserves a lot of credit as he did nobly. The boys are all thankful, HEB&C-M'S GOOD WORKS. A. ft, (JLAttfflB tfe 00, FARM LOANS. ' (»fH.''ft on Dotlgft street, Algoflft* C4BJO. 0- CALL, UKAL ESfAtE AND AtiSfttAU? For informatioii in regard to lands 1ft . , Northwestern fowa, write to him j ^> f hoHhpton street, Algona, lows* OEO, B. CfcAttKfi, C»AS. A. passing through the yard and found the Clycotie Rfcltef Funds fui-ilished by pie of Hftbi-oa Township. this Peo- HAY & RICE Opera House Block. L. LUND. ESTABLISHED 1880. J. J. RYAW. (Successors to C. L. LUND.) Yours respectfully. .c Fire or Tornadoes ? Is your family protected, in case of death, "by a life policy in a solid company ? If not, Direct Communication With China Below and the Angels Above. Ciucsco, Doc. 11.—Mr. Henry llabo has had a well put down lately, and he says ho had to go so deep that if'he gets up in the middle of tho night ftiid holds his ear over it he can hear the big puns in Corea. He says, also, that he had to build his windmill tower so high to got above the trees he can hear the angels sing every time he goes up to oil it. A lady of Gorman extraction says, "Robert is our hog. He come middle in tho night home and eats me up a full of cookies." Is that so, Hob? Mrs. Altwcgg, of Plum Crock, visited with Mr*. Alex llrown. the first, of-the week. Mr. 8;ibin will soon, take unto himself a wife. Ho Dame Rumor says.- She, hails from \Vhittemoro. The dance craze is on, in full blast, in this neighborhood—two to four parties) a week, and not very good weeks for dancing at that. Music by IJamsoy's band. John Daub has lately received a carload of tiUvaud will thoroughly drain his land in tho spring. Alex Brown, Jr., says ho has lost three sheep, lately, and they wore not Killed by dogs, either Miss Agnos Brown is attending the Normal School at Algona. prostrate form lying on the ground with the fork clasped in his hands, and at once notified Mrs, Lickteig who ran with all possible haste only to find that her beloved companion in life was dead. The doctors were at once notified, but on their arrival nothing could bo done as the vital spark had fled. For some time Mr. Lickteig had been troubled with symptoms of heart disease and on more than one occasion he expressed the opinion that he should pass away in the manner in which ho did. He was born March, 1841, and until he was a young man lived in Germany, coming to New York in 18(12, and aterward moved to Howard county where he lived a number of years. About fifteen years ago he moved to this county, settling in Prairie township near the Rham church, where he was classed among Kossuth's most successful farmers. On the opening up of College addition, he purchased a half block on East street and had erected one of the largest and Quest residences in town, where it was expected with his wife and children he would enjoy ii hard earned rest for a number of years. He. was of a quiet and unassuming disposition, industrious in his habits, but, friendly and generous to a fault, and as neighbor there were none better. Ho was a true Christian and lived up to the principles of the Catholic church of which he was a faithful and life-long member. To the bereaved wife, two sons and three daughters we hav,p none but words of tender sympathy and commend them to Him who said '-lam the resurrection and,the life, and though ye arc dead yet shall 1 ye live." The funeral will beheld at the Catholic church, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Relief Committee of Hebron town* ship report as follows: We take this Op portnnity of thanking our friends who so liberally responded to our call for funds for the relief of tho sufferers from the lato cyclone in our county. The receipts up to date have been as follows: Subscriptions and collections, $11.08; proceeds of entertainment given by the King's Daughters, 337.75-, Woman's Missionary Society of district number 60, of Elraore, 81.37; making a total of ?51, for which we again heartily thank one and all. Let us over remember Ecc. 11—1: "Cast thy bread upon the waters, for thou shalt find'It after many days." And again, let us be consoled by the grand truth of Isaiah 33—2: "And a man shall bo as an abiding place from tho wind, and a covert from tho tempest, as rivers of water in a dry place, as the shadow of a great rock in a .weary land." Great credit is duo Mrs. Rose Peters and the King's Daughters for tho entertainment which proved so successful. The funds wore disbuiscd to Mrs. J. D. McDonald, of Burt, 848.35; unpaid subscription $3.00. Signed by the Committee. R. A. RlCHAKDSON, Secretary. AT LAW, ALGONA - ' ' r - >**- 10 W A. GJDO. It OLOT1D, (Successor to W, B. Quartan) Attorney atid Ootttiselof at Law, AtaoftA, IOWA, Office over iCossUth County State flank. SULLIVAN & McMAHOft, Postnfflce Bloeic. ALGONA, lowA. DANSON & BUTLER. LAW, LOANS AND LAND, Collections a Specialty. Office Iti Oardner Uowles new buildingi B.V.S WETTING. A TTORNK7 AT LAW, Money to loan, Algona, Jowa. STS. SESSIONS. " ATTORNKY A T LAW, Loans ami Insurance. Special attention glvou to collections of all kinds. Offloe over Ohrlschillcs' store. Algona, Iowa. 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 notice. We can do a more careful business because we devote our time to it. Creamery and threshing ma chine insurance a specialty. * XTT, nwnxr A T"-> rr> q Merchants and Bankers of DCS Moines AND TOItNADO CO.S Anchor of Creston. Dubuque Fire and Marino of Dubuque. LIFE COMPANIES. Equitable of New York. Mutual Life of Now York. Manoverof Now York. Ffa« Association of Philadelphia. Northwestern National of Milwaukee. Koefcford of Rockford. State of Des Molnos. Capital of Dor, Moimv*. The total assetts of the above companies is ,$366,678,181.08, according to the Auditor's report of Jan. 1,1894. H. F. Smith, Vice I'res. A. B. Uiehmond, 0. J. Lenander, Ass't, Cash. Traders' Savings Bank ^WKWOlJR'kWloUii.onfl. N. B. Sheridan. A. B. Wchniena, B, F, Bmltb, Samuel K. Mallory, .J. N. Sheridan. PLUM CREEK POINTERS. As we have missed getting our items in in time heretofore, we will endoavor^to do better. We are having a term of singing school at Johnny McWhorter's school house. Twelve lessons for §1.00. Let us all turn out. Mrs. T, M. King returned to . her home in Milwaukee last Wednesday. Fred Miller looks very much better since his return from Iowa City. R. M. Gui.rdner shipped his hogs on Saturday last. Say! How long will this splendid weather last. A dance at D. Eice's is reported. All enjoyed a good time. Mrs, Fred Hugh and Miss Dora Miller are visiting down ao Cedar Falls,. That leaves F. IL to batch. The north end of Plum Creek and the south end of Portland are on a regular stampede in tho way of moving around, F. II. Paino moved to Burt; Mr. Noah moved on the Paine place; L. Isenberger, A. L. Seeley's son-in-law, moved on the "Den" Paine farm. E, P. Keith bought the Snoll quarter. It joins E.P's north quarter on the west. Cyclone or no cyclone, Ed. is going to ac* cumulate real estate, Ed has accumulated as much laud since he came to Kossuth county aa any other farmer. Whore is the democratic landslide of ninety-two? Must have got on a toboggan slide and slid out >of existence, Hurrah for Bill McKinloy, the next President of the United States, Wo predict Iowa will give Billy 80,000 majority in '9(5. BUFFALO FORK. BUFFALO F.oiuc, Dec. 10, '94.—John Gingery is visiting old friends is this vicinity. : Carrie and Fre.d Manlcy spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. Fry- ; The L. M. S. wiirgive an oyster supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fox Friday evening Dec. 14. Everyone is invited to attend. Mr. Cady has Walter Smith's house ready for the masons. WHITTEMORE, Mrs. Samson spent part of last week with Mrs. Wichlerr.and other Whitte- moreites. I. V. Wichler went to Galena last week returning. Monday, Mr. Irvln Everts, who took care of the Vogcl family, a so contracted dlpthoria in a mild form, Mr. Everts is tho most courageous young man in this vicinity. He was tho only one who would venture to take care of the diptheria patients.\ The Vogels are all on the high road to recovery after their desparate siege with diphtheria and death. Doctor Adams, a very competent and well read dentist is with us this week and may locate hero. Wo need a good dentist and ho seems to be that kind, Tho entertainment given by Prof. E. A, Cords was well appreciated by a medium audience last Thursday eve, Doctor Paul has a new operating table. I. M, Fisher & Co, sent $1,500 worth of | goods to our neighbor merchants on thV north, Dr. Robinson, a veterinary physician and surgeon is thinking of stopping with us and may locate here, This is as good a field as any in Iowa, we believe, for almost any enterprise, UNON. Mrs. Frank Fuller and Lucy llonwick of DeKalb, Ills., arc lier« on a visit to their sister, Mrs. Wilson. Old Mi', llcibliofl! it; very unwell at this writing. Jno. lianiui, of Burl, w;u a't M. Schonck's Sunday. C. F. Urooks of LuVcvue spent Saturday and •Sunday with old friends in Union. Miss Florence Sarchett is attending school in the Wheeler district until the Schenck school commences. A. D. Uarr's entertained some of the old settlers to dinner last week. The ncek-tio party proved a grand success both socially and financially.- It was hold at J.B. Hofius's. ; It has been decided that the Schenck school house will have a a Christmas tre for tho little ones of the neighborhood 01 Christmas eve. Frank Thompson is somewhat undo the weather. We hope to see him al right again soon, A. D. Billsborough will move to Brit soon. Grandma Baily is able to get jut arnon tho neighbors a little again after her Ion illness. All are glad to see her. L. K. GrAKFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON, tllee oti State Btrcet, ' Algona. Tow*;. UJ.KENEF1CK, M. D. over Taylor's .stoiv oc DENTIST^ A. L, BIST, D. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Bowa. J. M. PRIDE, M. P. Office over Boeder's Cunning Store. Algona, — DR. L. A. SHEETZ, DRUGGIST AND STATIONER, •Prescriptions filled. Deals lu paints, oij,- books, perfumeries, etc. \ dor. State and Thoriugton sts. Alaona.lowai C. B. PAUL, M, D., WHITTEMORE - - - IOWA, Hegular Office hours 8 to 12 a,)«.. 2 to 0 p,,m. Over Wicliler's I'uvnltnre store. Kesldenoe noith of tracti, T. J. FELLING, M. D. PH 78101 AN AND 8 US QEON, WhUtemore. Iowa, S Local anaesthetic for deadening palu gums when extracting teeth. CJHAS. McCORMACK, Diseases of Children a Specialty. llesWence, Mrs. McCall's, East ot 0, & N, W . depot, ALGONA, - IOWA, land, Loan, and Insurance Agency, E. S. GLASIER, D. D, S, DENTAL ROOMS Over the Algona State Bank. SPECIAL ATTENTION airaN TO SAVING THE NATURAL TEETH. The best of modern anaesthetics used to make all operations as painless as possible. •' MRS. F, E. EDDY, : PHOTO ARTIST, WESKBI. IOWA. mm aM DEPARTURE of TWINS K. E. SAYERS, D, V. M.; '' PHVSIQIAN AND 8VRGJSON, tar-Office west of the Tnorington HouffyS Hgona.Iowa. HOSPITAL Accommodations,, 1 ; •) WELL $ OALL AT THE OFFICE OF xAND AND TOWN LOT 00, Grandma Warner is greatly improved at this writing, Dr. McCoy attended her, BURT. JiUBT, Dec. 11,1894,—The band concert to bo given by the Burt Cornet Band, Doc, ?j, promises to bo tho entertainment'of the entertainment of the season. Several numbers are to be given by local and out' side talent, Prof- Floyd and Miss Kate SmUb.of Algqna, will also contribute to the program, E, Sunday school are muking ,,._, .ons for a Christmas tree, an4 will „. „ Vgood program Christmas eve. H. 0. Buell is called to Algona on Jury.- Nutie Shaffer has quit the store pfNJcU plson & Wuell and anticipates joayiwg fp: Colorado where he has. prospects of secvir jngagaod position- J*«Me has tees ^ faithful employer aiwi a slerk. pH?.&slni and cou,rt>eo.u.s. We hope he way Uaye $M F. T, Chandler and C. D, Smith, the assistant cashier of the First National bank af Algona, were here on business last Thursday, Smith came up to- buy another quarter of land and now owns a whole section, Peter Kerr has sold his billiard hall and contents to Julius Ploth a«d got a good price for it. Julius is not going to run it as ho has all ho can do to attend to hla land business, -fp '. E, Smith and Oeo, 0, CalTvisitea pur little town Saturday. Both gentlemen are always welcome here, The man, Owen Dillon, s«Qh a prime a cou.ple ef weeks agp by striking the CQastaWe, Mftro^is a | ew times oyer the head witlj a buggy J«l e ? was finally found and brought Jan* by OonataWe Leslie last Thwaiay. bwt a* She pr«sep\»Wng witness 4W wrt 6PPW the case had to'- -™—' - 1 fVl " " nata ^br«iw»en " Mamuls ^ be, will CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE &NP J.QOA& TRAIN No, apassenger , No- 1 * 4 No. 70 fvelg er, . Np, NO, No", 88: . Insight oames passengers, a i passenger luck. and Fan Loans ble and will fee idays. Q. * S « " y- T i i' '.J^ AND QRIL'UNQ. GALL1ON PROS., his old a elm* Jew

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