The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on February 20, 1895 · Page 8
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 20, 1895
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SNOW ATI LLA Is Just What You Sold Only at Studlsy's Drug Stars. ALGONA, IOWA, BANCROFT NEWS. F, S, NORTON, Dealer in LUMBE AM all Kinds of Building Material, & frofttn passenger 4 08pm ftotwtt .... 507pm freight....8 i8a«ft BAKCfiOFT, IOWA, FEtt. 20, 1895 Cohducted by Ji NEWS POINTERS. 1871 1S95. 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. DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCPS Abstracts of Title. •"Our book* arc thoroughly complete. None but experienced abstractors has ever written a word in them. Our work is done by competent persons, and is guaranteed, •food work will cost you no more than poor. Bring your work to us and you may be ,«ire you get what you pay for and take no chances. ESTATE FOANS. FATCMS AND WILD LANDS. HAY & RICE Xlgona, Iowa. House Biock. JC.;.L. LUND. ESTABLISHED 1880. J. J. RYAN. (Successors to C. L. LUND.) Seal Estate Dealers, Algona, Iowa, We wish to announce to the readers of the RKI-UBLICAN that we have extraordinary facilities lor the selling of farms and un'mproved lands in Northern Iowa, and we invite everybody who wishes to dispose of their property, to call on us at our ollice in Algoua or to correspond. As soon as spring opens we have a large numbtr of customers from the eastern states wno are ready to come out and secure a piece of Iowa soil at reasonable prices. We believe in fair iUjbitne iinrt If you want to sell your property for what it is worth, don't waste any time In listing with us. Yours respectfully, LUND & BYAN. 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. X A. FRECH,— -i_---^ , 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 machine insurance a specialty. Merchants and Bankers uf Dos Moiucs Anchor of Creston. Dubuquo Piro and Marine of Dubtujnc. LIFE COMPANIES. FIRE AND TORNADO CO.S <" ilanover of Now Yerk. Fire Association of Philadelphia. Northwestern National of MilwanUi-t?. Sockforcl of llockford. State of Dos Moinps. Capital of Des Moine*. of the above Equitable of New York. Mutual Life of Now York. The total assetts of the above companies is $366,678,181.08, according to the Auditor's report of Jan. 1,1894. H.M. Preu, l-\ Smith, Vice Prcs. A, 15. Richmond, Cashier. ('. J. I.enamler, Ass't, Cash. Traders' Savings Bank BANCJBOPT, IOWA. •t IneoruoraU-duiulerlhe laws of the State of Iowa. None but home capital invented. Authorized canltal $50,000. Foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, and a general banking business transacted. Special intention given to collections. Insurance written. Steamship tickets to and from Knrope. DIKKOTOR8—K. JI. Hiehmond. N. )!. Mayne.O. 1C. Mallory. ,1. N. Insurance written. Sheridan, A. ». lllchmond, B. F, Smith. Samuel Land, Loan, and Insurance Agency, Established 1881. A lartse listof wild lands for sale. Improved farms and village property for sale or rent, Farm loans on long time and low rates of interest. Oflices at Bancroft and Swea City, Iowa. R, m. RIGHftSQNP, CALL AT THE OFFICE OF CITY BANK Dr. Walters had business of a professional nature at Gorman la yesterday. The local sports have challenged Ilari-y Wilson, of Emmctsburg, to meet the local champion A. Sundstrom in a shoot of 100 targets. Mr. Wilson is tho state champion, but we believe Axel can down him just the same. Sec that inconlcstible life 1 nsurancopol- icy at J. A. Freeh's office. By Its terms you can go where yon please, live where you please, do what you please, and die as yon please and tho amount of your policy will be promptly paid without a contest, and It is not very expensive neither. The Bancroft Gun Club will give a shoot at their grounds on Washington's birthday Feb. 22. All the surrounding gun clubs have been invited and we presume a number of outside shooters will be present. Following is the program: 1—10singles, entrance* S .35 2—8 singles 20 3—5 pairs 25 4—25 singles 50 5—10 singles 25 0—15 singles-team shoot; two constitute a team, to be chosen by lot 25 7—Miss and out 25 Birds thrown for.T}.< con Is. Purses divided 30, 20 and 10. We received a letter from Jack Johnston last week and he said everything was moving along smooth with him over at Buffalo Center which we are glad to hear. >S. W. Callfinan is expected homo from Dos Moines this week. Geo. L. Havens is to go to Eagle Grove to work in a hardware store and his Bancroft friends will regret to see him leave. J. B. Gardner and wife returned last Monday from they honey inooir trip to Black Hawk county last Monday. The C. & N. W. R. R. has put on a now train for tho accommodation of the people here who wish to go to Algona and return the same day. It leaves Bancroft about 7:30 and there will also be one that returns at about 7 o'clock in tho evening. Now that the company is trying to accommodate tho people in this way, they should see to it that these trains arc patronized enough so that the company can afford to keep the trains going. There is to be a business mooting of the Baptist church tomorrow evening. The Beaumont Laundry of Webster City is represented by J. A. Freeh who sends their basket every Monday and it returns on Friday of each week. They have' a ucw brick building and a §3,500 outfit and guarantee good work or no pay. Dick and John Stcnson, of Sheldon, finished their; visit here with relatives' and friends and returned homo to Sheldon la., last Monday. 0. W. Goddard has been quite ill during the week but is now somewhat butter. 8. Stenson returned last Saturday from Chicago whore he has boon under the'care of physicians who operated or his ear, and ho is now nearly recovered which his many friends will bo very glad to hear. Tho citizens' caucus held at Campbell's hardware store last Monday evening called out tho largest attendance that was over had in a city caucus in this town. With two or throe exceptions tho vote for the different candidates was very close, especially so for the office of mayor and street commissioner. Tho ticket nominated was as follows: For mayor S. W. Cal- lanau, for recorder W. F. Laidlcy, Jr., for treasurer J. B. Carr, for councilmoii A. J. Berryman and C. E. McLaughlin, for street commissioner, Win. Gallion.. The candidates arc good men and it looks at this writing as though tho ticket would bo eloctod. Still politics are uncertain. Tho Methodists had an all day meeting last Sunday and all present said thoy very much enjoyed Jt. Myron Bussoll returned from Klmore last Monday. Past Grand Master Evans of tho Grand Lodge of Iowa I. O. O. F. will givo four lectures at this place and Burt under tho auspices of tho Burt and Bancroft lodges of that order. The lectures are free to the general public and as many . hereabouts know of tho oratorical ability of the speaker wo presume he will get crowded houses. Tho dates and subjects are as follows: Jefferson Hall, Bancroft, March' 8: "The Moral Teaching of Odd Fellowship." -March 11; "The Fallacy of the Objections to Secret Societies." At Burt, OH March 9: "The Origin, progress and prominent characteristics of Odd Fellowship." March 12; "The Rebekah degree and woman's relation to tho order." The public Is cordiaU7 invited to attend and hear thorn. Miss Flo McCauloy, of lluinboldt, Visited Bancroft friends last week and this. Lent begins one week from today. J3, S. Trine returned last Monday from an extended visit with relatives ajnd friends in the southern part of. the st If o is again at work for W. W. Alcorn. Mr. A. fr. Hatch is packing ice to use in his dairy during the summer. Miss Stella ttaync visited her parents Sunday. Key. J. B. Cook returned from Cottage Hill, Dubuque Co., Where he Went to attend the funeral of his brother, William. One of tho little girls of Mr. and Mrs. R. Fry's is quite sick. Mr. Platt has'sold his farm to Mr. Munch; of Whittemofo, and intends moving to Algona, where he will make his home. There was quite a good program given by the Cresco literary 'society last. Wednesday evcnihg. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Rawson are visiting friends in Palo Alto Co. BUFFALO FORK. Foiuc, Feb. 18,1898,—Miss Lop Smith will close her school In tho GroVer district this week Friday. Lovi Hodgson has moved to the farnl formerly owned by Ben Jain. The L. M. S. will meet with Mrs. T. Fox this week Saturday. Jas. Stowe is hauling lumber to his farm in Portland, and intends building immediately. Mr. Meyers, Willie Shradcr and two children of Mr. Meyers' are very low with pneumonia. Dr. Beano is attending them. Miss Lois Butteriield is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Will Davison. There has been a lyceum organized at tho Cunningham school house. Tho first meeting was held last Saturday evening. The question to be debated next Saturday Is: Resolved, That war is more destructive to mankind than liquor. Tho leading speakers are Elmer Palmer, A1T., and J. Hartshorn, Neg. Ralph Holler and Irwin Stott returned to their homes last Saturday, after an extended visit at J.-W..S toll's. T. Fox lost a valuable mule last week. It was afflicted with a goitre. J. W. Stott Is suffering with a severe attack of rheumatism in the back. Wesley Lindsay is working for him at present. Tho stockholders of the Buffalo Fork creamery are busy sawing and hauling ice for their ice house. There is to bo an exhibition at the Sorenson school house next Friday evening. Geo. Itolmftn children have been kept frotw school by colds, and Mrs. Holman has been seriously indisposed. Grandma Warhe? has had a "bad spell" which toft her weaker, attd Mrs. p. T. Ferguson was visited by a touch of paralysis, affecting oho sldo of her face. Will Ferguson is out on crtitcheSj and will soon bo recovered from the frackti'oof his limb. Tlie young folks Of Plutn.Gfeek are having tholr amusements. There was a dancfc at Will Hugh's last night and a party was reported at another point. A. L. Bohn is making fine progress !» his work as assessor. Sf. T. lIAGGAftD. & . JoSBS & Swiffr. T6WA. A, B, CLAKItE & CO, FAM LOAM Otftse on Dodge street, Algona, Iowa, am cv OALI* ntSAL MtATEANb AtiSTtiAl'% O&tfltiK For information in regard to lands ill North westera rot»a, write t« hifn» ^ . fhoHilgton street, Algona, towa. HEBRON. L.IEBKOX, Feb. '19.—Northern Kossuth is busy moving hay. Our people wore favored by services held by Rev. Chaso, of Bluo Earth City, on Sunday. The mother of the four Dolliver boys died at her home in Blue Earth City, arid the funeral services were on Monday last. Detta Doll Ivor has been very sick, but at present she is much better. We find that some of our neighbors have sold out and are going south. We think they miss it. • . • Mr. Wright was not treated just right last week. He engaged a hay press to bale his hay, and when tho job was but half done the press came up missing. • Our school board are about to grant another month of school in district No. 3. CRESCO. CRESCO, Feb. 19.—Mr.BoardWbll.oflrv- ington, is improving slowly from- the fall ho had a few weeks ago. Ho is the but - termaker at tho Irvington creamery. Miss Carrie Johnson's school closes a week from tomorrow. Miss Agnes Brown spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents here. She is attending Normal school at Algona. Miss Jennie Dutton is at present staying in Algona with Mrs. Resseguie, whose health is quite poor. Billy Waid, of Algona, spent last week at Peter Bowen's. Mr. Bowen's health is still very poor. J. W. Curtis aud brother Wells visited at Miles Sabin's in Lotts Creek, Monday and Tuesday, "They went for a hunt." FENTON, FENTON, Feb. 19.—Mr. Holllster is back from his visit with friends in Madison, Wisconsin. Mr, Jentz has bought tho southeast quarter of section ten in Feiiton township. John Hablo has come back from hisvis' it with friends at Clear Lake, ttc reports that he had a good time. Miss Tcna Weisbrod is homo again from Bancroft. Mike Weisbrod, our insurance agent, was out insuring la it wedk. John Light and Theo. Haase spent Friday evening at Depew school house at the Ht<jrary society. Farmers are thinking that if this line weather continues spring work will soon come. The Epworth League at tho German M. E. church will have an entertaining program March 3rd. TheFcnton boys are not sharp enough. Tlioy let the Lotts Creek boy got away with tho nicest girl in the township. Some of our Fenton young people were down at tho masquerade at Whittemore Friday night. WHITTEMORE. WmrrKMOBE, Feb. 19.—It is reported that Mr. and Mrs. Higley have lost a second child by diphtheria. • Henry Folder is progressing we!I with his broken log. Tho Nobles Dramatic Company will put on three plays this week. They are a good company, and having broken, up hero, stayed with till re-organized. We should turn out and give them a good house. Dr. Adams, dentist, has decided to locate with us at Whittemore, and will have his chair and full outfit brought here from, his former location at Ruthven, .at once. The Doctor is a . good one, with twenty years' practice, we learn, and comes highly recommended. Webid him welcome. Tho masquerade Friday night was a great success. The K. of P's are talking of changing quarters, those they now occupy being too- small to accomodate tho rapidly growing lodge. Tonight is the town caucus. Turn out, and then if some one is nominated for an office you want yourself see that you will have no kieh coming.. Now if'you are. elected to some office you don't want, yon can't blame yourself. Mrs. Hawks, mother of Dr. Paul, is visiting him and i'amilyand friends at Whittemore. Mrs. Haleh and mother. Mrs. Leach, were at Algona to attend tin* funeral of Mrs. Witham. QKO. E. CJjAItKB, CLA&ICI3 & ALGONA rostofflce BIOCK. CHAS. A, CdnSK OtJIf, IOWA. AT GEO.JR CLOUD, , (Successor to W. B. Qdartofi) Attorney and Counselor at L&AV, ALdONA, IOWA. Ofllce over Itossuth County State Hank. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS-AT- IOWA. B.V.S WETTING. ATTOnNXY AT LAW, Money to loan. Algona, Iowa, .T. I.. BONAK. H. II. FEtLOWS. BONAR & FELLOWS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Collections will. receive prompt '-attention. Itooms 8 and 9, Alg-ona Slate Bank Bl'dg. Branch office at Wesley, lowa. ALQOtfA, IOWA. DANSON <fc BUTLER. LAW, LOANS AND LAND, Collections a Specialty. Office in Gardner Oowles new building. Iowa. S. S. SESSIONS. ATTOKNSTAT LAW, ' Loans aud Insurance. Special attention tciveu to collections of all kinds. > Office over Ohrlachilles'store. Algona, Iowa. L. K. GARFIEKD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, i t Offlee on State street, Algona, Iowa. M.J:KENEFICK,M.D. O.tllce over .Taylor's store. Ajgonu, lOWtt. M. PRIDE, M. D. London Layer Raisins are away down. By the box at Walker Bros.—tf Office, over .Goeder's Algona, doming, Stor&J low® DR. L. A. SHEETZ, DRUGGIST AND STATIONER, Fsreixulptions filled. Deals in paints, oHa, book<i. perfumeries, etc. • OOP. State and Thoriugton sta. Algona, Iowa. LAND AND TOWN LOT 00. insurance and Fail Loans :RTV1, RIOHiVlOND, BURT. liuur, Fob. 19.— Peter Slaglu and Mr. Lacy were in town Thursday looking over the town. Mr. S. has already got some harness up here and will be ready for business soon. C. W. Schryvor wont down to Algoua Saturday, . Miss Lou Hunt came home Saturday from Livermore, where she had boon staying with her sister who was sick. ' , George Coffin will rnn his father's farm this season. Fosters-Hunt open up thoir store today, They have as pleasant a store room as there is in town. McDonald & Nafus are building an addition to their lumber shed seventy f<eet long, with an office in the north end, The school will observe Washington's birthday, Fred Shaelfor closes his school' this week. ' . Charley Elvidge is moving out to ( his brother Joe's farm at Lone Rock to-day. Mr. Slaglo came up with a load of har> ness today. He will go into the E. J. Murtagh building, beside the Burt hotel, Jlis son Charles will have charge of the shop. HO has bought two Iptsof C, W Schryyer. MICE TO GRADERS. Notice is hereby given that the board of supervisors of Kossuth county will receive sealed proposals at the office of tho county Auditor till the first Monday in April, 1995, for all grading to bo done by said county during the year 1895. Tho county to bo divided into two districts, all of the territory north of township ninety-seven (97) to be district No. 1. All of that territory south of the north line of township ninetyrseven. (07) to be district No. 3. All Tiids are to be made in (the following manner: Separate bids are to. bo filed for for each district. All side work, .including dirt moved within 100 feet of the grade, at a given price per cubic yard. All earth moved over 100 feet at a given price per cubic yard for each additional 100 feet. All earth to be measured in tho pit or excavation, and all. earth to bo taken from pits designated by tho engineer in charge, Any bidder may bid on work iu one .or both districts. The board reserving the' right to reject any or all bids. F. D. 'CAUUNS, Auditor. Dated Algona Feb. .U, 1895. C. B. PAUL, M. D., WHITTEMORE - - ,- IOWA, Regular Ofllce ..hours 8 to 12 a, in., 2 to 6 p. m. Over Wlcliler's Furniture store. Residence north of track. \ <c DENTIST A. L. RIST, D. D. \ Local anaesthetic for deadening, palu, gums when extracting teeth. iu E. S. GLASIER, E»i D. S. * DENTAL ROOMS Over the Algona State Bank. SpKoiAi* ATTENTION GIVEN TO- SAVJKO THB NATURAL TEETH, > The best of naoderp anaesthetics peed, to make all operations as painless as possible. Feb. 19.—Mr. l>, C. Adams has taken to the road, letting mail routes for Call & Cowles. We wish him success. The creamery company were packing tholr ice last week. Mrs. L. Witham, an old resident of this place, died last Wednesday and was bur; iedatAigona, Rg&.'tf'"'-'' * f +v Mr John ,G. Smith, of Algona, has Uought the hav barn formerly owned by W. II- Baker. 'i Feb. i6.— The concert given at the Rico school house Thursday pye- ening was a great success. The fopuse was chock full, aud some had to stand. The admsssion was 10 cents for children and 15 cents for adults, and the regents, .»$&:?£ |8.?0. The jcow^S P?PHl a »1ty of Prpf. 4»>yie^4'Mr> Smith, A concert }s, t9 be gjyjpn in tlje Seelelt schoo.! hpuse WftdnesT day evening, the ?0th. Healthy as our climate is, l&e people arc not altogether exempt from sickness. The ORIGINAL NOTICE, SUte of Iowa, Kossutli County, District Court, March term, 1895, E. S. Ellsworth and L. E. Jones against David ' Freeman, Olive Freeman, Phoenix Insurance Co., Bradley ifc Nicoulln, and W, M. Stewart. To Dafld Freeman, Olive Freeman, Phoenix Insurance Company, W. M, Stewart and Bradley & Njcpulm defendants. You are Uereby notified that a petition of the plaintiff in the above entitled action }s now on file in the office of the clerk ; of said court claiming of you the sum of OneHuudred Thirty-five (1135) dollars, with, interest at the rate of ejgbtper cent, per annum from the 30th day of Optober A. P, 1893, luss Eleven and sixty one-b.nn r iJretb.8 (Hollars paid, an4 Fifteen dollars as attorney's fees herein as money due fron» the defendants, David Freeman and 0)ive 'Freeman, and as witnessed by their prom" issory note made to plaintiffs by said de* fondants Freeman for said sura of One Hundred Tbtrtyifive $185) dollars, ajso asking the foreclosure of a mortgage made by said defendants, Pavid Freeman and Olive FreBrnftn.- W.-Wnifi >to, went Q| said note .upon ,tUo N B fract quarte? 0J, §e$toRl §PYe»_$) qta One Hundred (lOOlB^nga Thjrty (80) of 5th,?. M. in KosswtU Cpunty, Iowa- That no personal claim is roade agaipst tljedefendants,Phoenix gauy, Bradley Stewart but ask liens he WjP'MfSS ypoj JJe^^B^J' bejwe, nQo» ot Qf PRO next March term of SAYEBS, D.V.M., F, L, SLAGKLB, Maputacturer Q| and Healer in Harness; saicj district cpurt, to be a$ the court hpusein, county, on the 4tl jfault ^YJ^ Ue eft 3udgmenUer4or<:

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