The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on January 23, 1895 · Page 8
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 23, 1895
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SNOWATILLA Is Just What You Need, Sold Only at Studlay's Drug Store. ALOONA, IOWA. Storm Sash! Uotao, let us reason together: Everybody says It Is go\bg to be a "hftfrd wlntef," so •WEe time by the forelock" and. prepare for Itsandgon'Vrftuege to>defcth" as you did \ •srlater. but come and see me and (ret some STORM WINDOWS at "prices to suit the" Oan furnish any sUe. _,., t ^ tf , M .^ t -F, S, NORTONi' 1871=1 =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. JT. Don't Pay, the Freight Our Abstract Books are complete up to an outlay of thousands of done c „ date, and reliable. They represent U1 vi^ou,..^ ^ ^.lars and were prepared by an experienced abstractor. Our patrons may therefore 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 rent or even furnish ua stationery. E4.RMS AND WILD LAND FOR SALE MONEY CONSTANTLY 'ON HAND FOR FARM LOANS, , ' And furnished immediately upon application. \ "::,. HAY &.RICE 0fcera House BJhbck 1 . • BANCROFT NEWS. Chicago & N<*Hh« Western Hlied W»yfr Pftfteftfter 408pm IOWA, COhducted by J ( A, r * .- G. L. LUND. ESTABLISHED 1880. J. J. RYAN. X/ETITsriD (Successors to C. L.LUND.) state Dealers, Algona, Iowa, We wish to announce to the readers ol the RKF-UBLTOAN that we have extraordinary facilities for the sellinu of larms^nd uu'iiproved lands in Northern Iowa, and wo Invite everybodn eut their property, to call on us at our office in Algonajarto correspond. ^ tf you wan JS s,U yo^r p^perty f- what HU^h, <d ou 't «„,„ „,«„, NEWS T. C. ttibsoh, of Mllo, Iowa, arrived here this week and will locate hefe as a carpenter. He comes highly recommended as a workman. Miss Stolla Davison and Daum, of liuf- fald Center, spent a day last Week at Bancroft visiting friends. The Odd Follows worked the initiatory degree last night,which hoWover is hardly a news item for they have had lots of work for the past three months to come. E. S.-Strcaterwasdowh from Armstrong the last of last week. B. W. Haggard Was in the city fester- day. Don't spend all your timewritihg but got a phoneograph of J. A. Freeh and you can make all the copies you want fh 10 minutes. See sample at his office. A new creamery organization was effected here lastSaturdfty and it is to be known as the Greenwood Creamery Company. The officers elected arc as follows; President, A. Dingcrj Secretary, R. W. Barge; Directors, Frank Thola, Matt Wagner, John Neumers, M. Sandt.and Peter Berens. John Gocho, Frank Thola and F. Frahloy were appointed a committee to draft a constitution. John Neumers, Job Holton and Frank Thola were appointed as a committee to decide upon whether to use the old creamery or build a new one. We believe these parties have.started out on a solid basis and will now have a successful creamery. Fred Wilcpx will make the butter and this of itself will be a guar- rantee of the success of the'hew movement. * l" 1 * Against Fire, or Tornadoes ? Is your'.family protected, in case of death, by a life policy in a ? sdlid company? If not, , J. A. FRECH 5 '«*•* Of the BARUROFT INSURANCE AGENCY, submits the followirig 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 machine insurance a specialty. FIRE AND TORNADO CO.S het fof»ef pftHftef laklnKflhe lumfeef Wfi&hchtSfthe tmatftm Shgwfll bS assfeteti &y hef Soil Will. MM. aid ts the widow of the late J. D. ftldj foTtteriy a CoUniy Sttpeftlsof aftd & popular business man of ftuft. It Is settled that IbolHver will be givett Mr. Geaf's place oft the committee of way* ftftd means. One of the last thlftf s that Mr. Gear did before he Was taken til was to see Toft Reed ahd have the matter attended to. ft was an easy matter, as Mr, Reed likes cttir congressman as well as "Old Business" does. The Carroll Herald takes the right view of the way the republicans should treat the liquor question when It says: We can sec no objection to submission. The people otight to be trusted with matters so, nearly concerning thefr welfare, The republican party is so strong in Iowa that it can ftfford to be courageous, and 1 redeem itsple'dlgei It ought to consider this Ha,' uor question on Its merits-, and ho* as ail expediency, if,the people want prohibition they ought to" have itj: if they don't want prohibition they may defeat it, • Si X. Way, the,Wesley banker, te 80 go into the. lumber business tet Britk Itjs not announced whether this will notes* sitato his retirement from'the bank. The Lu Verne News says that "John'H. Foster received word from the pension de» partmcnt to report at Algona for exatrri- nation. They probably think he has re* covered from his Injuries received during the war and doesn't need any pension . In his old age." .Algona folks wore delighted at the way Prof. Barslou taught history at the institute last summer, but th.o Wesley Reporter, in the followlng.brtngs him out in a-new Hght, as an expounder of law: &ast Friday G. F. Barslou made his maiden speech in Justice Robinson's court. He defended W. M.Colby in a suit brought by- L. E. HilT. to recover.wages for work ho alleged his father did some seven years ag); Kennedy, ahd Gallagher were employed by the plaintiff, but the way they were knocked put bp G. F. was a trlifo surprising. BANCROFT'S NEW POSTMASTER. Quito an excitement was caused here last Monday morning when it was announced in the daily papers that Chas. J. Pcttiboiio had been appointed postmaster hero by the President. The appointment however, a popular one, as all the different parties believe that no bettor choice could have been made. Mr. Pettibone has lived hero from boyhood, is well acquainted and is amply qualilied to fulfil the duties of postmaster .to satisfaction. His petition for the place numbered many men of all parties and his popul,ar- Hy is well deserved. We have not learned Mr. Pcttibono's intentions .as to whom the deputy. will be,, but he cauv,bo do? ponded upon to make the right selection. In<retlring from the post ojjBcOi Samuel Mayno and M. A. Turner, .^eputy postmaster, can be proud of .their ; | record, theno not' having been any ^complaints made as to the management of the office. It is only justice that there should be a democratic postmaster under, a democratic administration, and we arc .glad Pottibono has secured the place. . THE COUNTY AT LARGE. Hanover of New York. Fire Association of Philadelphia. Iforth western National of Milwaukee. Eockford of Rockford. State of Des Moines. Capital of Dos Moiries. Merchants and Bankers of Des Moines Anchor of Greston. Dubuque Fire and Marine of Dubuque. LIFE COMPANIES. Equitable of New York. Mutual Life of New York. total assetts of the above companies is $366,678,181.08, according to the Auditor's report of Jan. 1,1894. , K. M. Richmond, Pros. . F. Vice Pres. A, B. Richmond,: Q. J. r.enander, ' • / Ass't, Oasli, Farmers' & Traders' Savings Bank B/YNCJROPT, IOWA, / •t, 'Incorporated under the laws of the state of Iowa. None but home cajRltal tnvef ?ed. Author• .lien capital, tfoo.ouo. Foreign'and domestic exchange bought and sold, and a.general banking-. busmehs trancvtad. Special attention given to collections. Insurance written. Steamship DfBEOTOBS-H, "w^Kiohmond. N. E. Sheridan, A, B. Itlchroena. 3. F, Bmltb, Sanim-.) Mayne.O. B. Mallory, J. N. Bhendan. Land, Loan, and Insurance Bstablished 1881, A. large list of wild lands for gale. Improved if arms and property for sale or rent. Farm loans on long time and low rates of interest, •'Offices at Bancroft and S wen Oily, Iowa. ,, R, M. RICHMOND CALL AT, THE The. Whlttemore Champion says that in digging its town well a shale of many colors, mostly red, was taken out, which when mixed with oil makes a very substantial barn paint. The well was dug 157 feet, .when water was struck and rose to within 35 feet of the top. The pump was worked live hours and the water raised all the-time. So it looks as though Whitto- more has as full a supply at 157 feet as Algona has at 1050. Tho Swea City Herald tells how Lu Verne is peopling Northern Iowa with editors. It says: there are five towns on the Forest City branch of the B.C. R.& N. E'y inhabited by five newspapers; the editors of each having at some time been residents and engaged in printing at Lu Verne, S. C, Platt has the Forest City Summit; Chas. Sinclair, tho Buffalo Center Tribune'; Mr. Qrow, the Standard; J.'A. Reagan, tho Armstrong Journal; and the writer tho fcswea City Herald, We don't know whether there are any more Lu Verneites ready to go into business, but there are no more towns on the Jine except Thompson, and wo have just learned that tho Thompson Times lias been discontinued. , J, P, Bawspn, an occasional contributor tq tl}e. Republican, writes for the Wh'itte- mere Chaippion an interesting deseHptiqn of tho inauguration of Major Upham as Gpvornpr of .Wisconsin and the festivities attending''it 1 , Wo expect to see young "Rawfcon h'igh up in Journalism or Jitera T tnro soWday. • He is -"at present -attend' ing tho -Wisconsin State University at M»(U«n.« TUe'Wosley Reporter brings news of a strange'afccident, -It says that inreturn- {.ngfroinCorwithatalate hour Monday J3.•Poison, while engaged in a fit or PLUM CREEK. PLUM.CUEEK, Jan. 19 1 .—Prof. Boylo,clos- odiour term of singing school in the John MeWhorter school house, and Monday evening he commences another at the same place: That shows, that Plum Creek knows when it has something good and knows how to keep it.. The term closed with an .entertainment 6y local talent,and ft grand good time is reported by all. 1 We arc sorry to note the death of Mr. Keith, tho father of E. •]?.. Keith. He died last Thursday. There --is sorrow at the parting hero oh earth, bdt to Such as Mr. Keith "there is joy in the-future. The se"cond v 'invasion : 0,f death to One of our early pioneers was in the 1 death of Mrs. Kyts, tho daughter:'of'G. ( E. 'Allen,' at Minneapolis. The 1 family we're hot! aWaro of her illness, riie'first news' -belng^ of her d6ath. Tho remains were brought to Burt on Moiidiay by : Mr. Kye's and his oldest son, arid the funeral took place Tuesday from" the Presbytoriani church of that place, Rev. Wmi H. Kelley officiaiting. Tho Burt Monitor gives the following: obituary notice: "Mrs. Nora May Allen Kyes was thedaughter of George And Martha Alien. She was born in. Freedom township, LaSallecounty, Ills., March 5, 1858.' The family moved to Kossuth county, Iowa, in the fall of 1865, and she with •,he " ' " .'..-.. & Scfcotrf fe61lSfe chlftne? ifi distrifet fttittfeef three of Mebroh,. and bfte of fats' ^rtltS waS pit 6fct of jolht. ft IS ftow doing Well. Mf. Peters was sttfpf Iseti by the pweple of his neighborhood ftfflvlhg at his home with well filled baskets a few days siheo, A good time was enjoyed by all. Mr. Matt Smith's little boy, one of a pair of twihg, has been vei-y sick but is at present on the gain. F>aak O'flara w&s dowh to Bancroft on Friday to Df. & A< Howe*9 to get a sup-> ply of medicines fof his Wlfe« she hating beteii uftdei 1 the doctof *s cafe for some tiltt§. It. L* Baldwin had an actiident happen to ft'fat hog whidlfhe had hauled to hiaf ket. It was so long that itcoiild hot turn in the wagon box, and when It was backed out behind it fell and hurt its back. • A good Sunday school is held at the reS* idehce of W< 1?. Richardson every Stuiday at 2 p. m. Cotoe one and all. Prayer meeting eVel-y Wednesday night in the neighborhood. Julius Hagers and wife have parted. Sorry to see so good a place vacant. The wild! northern Kossuth of a few years ago Is now a- well cultivated and fertile farming locality. Land is Worth 120 to $30 per; acre, and it fa not going stop at that- to BURT. Built, Jan. 22.—Jim Foster has sold his farm to E. J. Murtagh and has' boujrhfrof Mrs. J. D. McDonald tho building occupied by P. J. Bunt as and shoe store. We understand that Mr. Foster will go In the store with Mr. Hunt, and that they will put In a stock of groceries in connection with the boots and shoes. O. P. McDonald has taken a partner in bhe lumber business, Alf. .Nafus haying bought a half interest. Mr. Nafus' will move to Burt. Mrs. J. D. McDonaldiwill erect, a bulld- iug soon and will put in. a, stock of hardware. Tho report is that We are to have another lumber yard soon. If this is true Burt well supplied lumber. This will make throe yards. C. W. Sehry vor is down«wlth the gi'ip.and Jung trouble. PORTLAND.' Mi-hV J: W. Stott is suffering.; tfith a badly, sprained ankle. Miss Lu Smith spent Saturday with her parents in Algona. Ov6eriin of Dane co-untiys Wis^ is visit- ingat R. Jain's. The oyster at Jay Grovou's was- well air tended. Proceeds 830. A girl baby was born to-Miv arnd Mrs. Addison Giles, Sunday, Jan. 13.. ' Mrs. Gillott has purchased a 'fine, new Estey organ. ' ' '- ' ' Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dav-ison were Algo- tia visitors last Thursday. Quarterly Conference will bo atDoane church next Saturday at 2.P. M. Preaching; by Rev. Black at 7.30'''in tHo evening and Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. L, F. Hudson was in Portland on business one day last week, Mrs, W. A. Chipman is 6n the sick list. , There was a dance at C. H. Davison's llast Friday evening. ' ' A, D, ttfflce --IS street, IJfotia, 0* CALL, td Aigaita, lam, 0*0* E. CLARKE & ALGOttA tJffAS. A.6dHlttdtritt CLOUD, : (Successor to W. B, Quartan) Attorney and Ootmselor At t&tr, AtOOKA, . , Offlbte over Ko&mth County Statfe flflnki ' SULLIVAN «fe MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS-AT- LtJT. Postofflce Bloc*. AiooirA', IOWA. E, V. SWATTING. TORNEY AT LA If/ " '' AlgoW, lawa, ' . j V~ Money to Kino. H. H. J. L. BOM-AB., t BOflfAR & FELLOES* ATTORNEYS A T IJ'AW ' Oollectlons- will receive prompt attention. • Kooms 8 audjff/Algwm State Batik Bl"d£ Branch office at , Wesley, Iowa. ALQOtfA, FtiWA- -, DANSON & BUTLER. , LAW, LOANS AMD LAND, Collections a Specialty. ••<: > Offloe in (iivrdner Oowles hew S. S'. SESSIONS. Umns tind insurance. Special attention Wen to collPctf&is ofc all kinds. Office ovprdlirlsehnies'-Btore. Algona, Iowa. L. K. GA&FIELD, 3VJ. JXv PUYBWIAM ^AJW^URGEON-,. i)ffl»e 011 State street, Algona, lows,.. . J. Office over ;Taylty-'s store. ligoiia, J* " I "< • k J.'M. PRIDE, M. p.. OJHce overs Goeder-V < i ' < Algona, - .. Ciqtmng §tore.; *g others passed through/all of the hardships, of pioneer life in a new country. She was married in January, 1877, to W. A. Kyes of Portland township, this county. She leaves a husband and four children to mourn a loss that seems to them untimely. Those who know her best are comforted to know and f$el that she died trusting in Christ as her Saviour." . The third death that we hear of is" that v of Mr, and Mrs. Maudsley's little boy, .He died j.ust three days after they got to his fathers homo in Canada. If you want a good instructor in music, either vocal or instrumental, why not get Boyle? It beats all how popular the Professor is getting. "He equals the best .that ever came tq this county,'/ is what is heard on all sides. Henry Smith is stopping with II. Warner. Where is that old settler that can remember .a winter that beats this for nice weather. I am afraid April will find what January loses. Look out. Last week we said that tn.e Ladies' Aid Society was to be heldJastfThursd^y,,' Wo correct the mistake and say it will be on £ hursday,,the g£th,at Grant Benschoter'g, HQBART, IOWA,-Jan, Si,—Mr. and, Mrs, P, Hayno visited thojr daughter,.Stella, Miss Hayne js teaching in the Habte dis« FENTON. FKHI-ON, Jan. 22,—JoeBollinger hasgot up a now windmill. He has a corn-sheller and feed grinder and he runs both by wind. Jacob Stamp, of Algooa, was visiting friends in these pa.rts last week. > Mrs. H. F. Dryer has returned from, a short visit with friends in Charles City, Iowa. , Max Shrewsbury, the Kossuth county pedlar, was on our streets last Thursday. Gallion Bros, are drilling a well for Her- ;inan Kroqso. J. R. Davis, also, is putting in a new well, ,. , Miss Tena W,eisbro<J, Qf Bancroft, was visiting friends in Fentoa Sunday,, Will Stahl ahd Lawrence Wolcbtt werp «xn our streets last week*. DLi. L. A. SHEETZ, DRUQGltiT AND 8TAT10NSS, Prescriptions filled. ' Deals in paints, books, perfumeries, etc. • , Oor. State and Thortugtou sts. Aleonai.Iowa. ' oiis. C. B* PAUL^M. D., ' WHITTEMORE - - , Regular Office hours 8 to 12 a, mi. a t»6 p, «i- Ove» Wichler's Furniture fitore, Residence north of tract. LAND AND TOWN LOT 00, insurance aii^ Fan Loans '»H,s /' < l ''. "' ' v f- * •S i^%* V ' ,' V J B ' ' A'. 1 ,fH «... V'-" «' >X'*»' 1 i ' , tft Jt The 'pti.QuaWr-oats, , 'etc, doct9r n firjn9f Iroflj Wesley leaving unpaid' are in }\W\>Dand other creditors have j'eyengo^^w in & t'bat " L.BIST, D. !>. S ? Local,anaesthetic for deadening- paln'^inV^X >e,u extraptjng teeth. ., t - v» v^i •/•%•;$ Ev S.- .GLAS^EIR, 1 ON OUR BORDER, The Buffalo Gen ter > Trib»nev says the $r, and Mrs, C, J, Coote have reiurned Erom Jheir vJsjt ftniong old.fflends $» )J>U" ' F. A, Bill and wife bft,ve arrived home, , , There,a, literary society organized in the Potter ijl?trlct jq,st We4pes4ay e,y* enlng, , ' Qook Bros., hsiye received, another par* business men of that city never sleep, figuratively speaking, They are preparing, already for building operations, the coming season, i • i-*' ". • < r \ ' The Estherville Republican gives this comment: Jabu DeWitt Miller's lecture, on' ''Love, Courtship, and Marriage," was listened to by a fair sized Mu*j>5 day evening. It did not give general aatr is faction, The subject is a 1 jttJe bjt WQfA This will startle «J»hu'3 admirers in Ailgo* pa. It has been the suspicion of the writer that Mr, MUler, effervescent, is not a deep well, The Smmetsfeuj-g Reporter Insinuates that when a p»pefc)ajin8 tliat }j« mew p'ay 75 4 per .«?en't. wore for 'b peigh^ofjn'g towns pay, the' twfr'fa ' evidence that the prohibitory Jaw Is being by ?em^b94y; • 'ybehypwbtie the' : . Over- the SPEOIAI, ATTENTION _ The best «f modern' to make al| operatJ9»8 as J - l| ' J ^ ,7^|pT* ' ' , ^ *' ^"W^^'K, .; ^f^^f^yiP^'IpS^^ , "' J>y mi family Jn'fend gqjgg , erfi Mr, Fry h»s feat ' ' " got th.eir 8.tmd9 r ,4Qj?8 im*^'^*r^mi?m^m gut .. \^^^^'(^tm

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