TfiE REPttBLlCAK, ALGOMl, IOWA, WMMtl|BAf» MAttOU IS, Sear TMs in Mind that # * # * * The Druggist, Has Just tlie Largest artel Finest Stock of * ... WATT PAPTiP VV ALL r A i rJx For the Spring Trade, ever shown in .Algona, and that the prices will be low considering the .quality and patterns. The stock comprises the latest and prettiest designs ever offered to the trade, and an inspection cannot but satisfy the most particular buyers. State Street Opp. Algona State Banff. BANCROFT NEWS Not th SOfifB SO**H ..... JOSpm , 1A M UABGtt id, 1866 Cohduot*d by J, A. FRSCH. A tSAY LAT1, the "eopy" fof this department last week reached the office after the paper had gone to press, though mailed at the usual time. The fact la stated here that ail may understand why the department had no Bancroft news, though aiblg batch of Interesting election and other intelligence Was In the hands of tfncle Sam's mail sllngers. Jay Gould's Youngest daughter was married last week to Count somebody., of France, > and Harper's Weekly gives a column account of the wedding. Among the presents were some of the costliest diamonds^ema, and jewels to be bad in the world, but among all of her ; Jewels thete was none that gave her as much joy as a JEWEL tbataKos- , suth. County girl received on her wed- Vding.day-^A $EWEL Stove. There ;is continual UJiss—^Bi jp.errenial honey- ;imooH fthere, the JjEJWEIi; StoVes'and "Ranges are ''used^Bd- late dinners, no scolding wives; hence happiness. 2^500,000 in ; use-V '& lusefuV wedding , presenbr-^sometbing.. you, use, . every day. Gome in and see our line. '.* c<i« '- t*.<*'[f,'ir*v!\:<\,fi^,''>.»*.S* J »:*,,-< '•• :-:\l> ••yr?: /-. * TMfi WEEK'S SUBSET* The Good Templars will have a mock "Breach of Promise" suit and entertainment at Jefferson Hail on Saturday evening March 16th. Two prominent young people of the town will act as plaintiff and defendant. C. C. Thompson will prose- cuto the .case and P, M. Barslow will defend. We,: presume it will be a great evening for fun, and we predict that the hall will be crowded to the doors.. Miss Lillie Whitcomb gave a birthday party to a number of her friends at her home east of town last Tuesday evening, M. Breidenbach, of Davenport, General Agent of The Roman Catholic Mutual Protection Society, has been In the city within a few days, organizing a local Branch of his Society. It is an Insurance order and is very strong and popular. Mr. B. informs us that he has good prospects of getting 40 members as a starter for the branch here. : C. F. Higley has been to Beagle, Kansas, buying horses., He bought a full brother of Ida M,, and also a half sister of Ida M., .by the noted race horse, Sleepy Jim. He also bought a full brother of Ida M. for B; F. Smith, of Germania. These horses icost large sums and will be a valuable addition to the blooded stock of this sestion. i At the annual election of officers of the Baptist Sunday School T. M. .Ostrander was elected Superintendent, Mr. C. R. Morehouse Assistant Superintendent, HH- daStinson, Secretly, and Alice Johnson, Organist, , ,,? • , : ' District Missionary Rev. Zellhoef er was in the city las* week on his .way to;Swea City, where r he went to visit the cb,ur ; ch there. ; Miss Gazelle Alcorn is again -clerking in J;'Bi CSrr's'store.. v <; -,•"!;:• '<.:i-.-,. M. : L; CaVr and : 'family left Burt Tues^. d&y for A'mstera'am,''Missouri,' where they ' Mr. andMfa. C. ft. MotehousS left lait Wednesday lot Silver Springs, Florida. Mh M. will rettlfn in about thf-ee ^eekSj while Mrs. M. will make a more extended stay, C. J. Lenander was the lucky toah who drew A, Sundstrom's |80 Lefevef hamme'i-* less gun tn the raffle held last Monday. Geo. V. Davis Jr., and Geo. V* Davls.Sf,, and B. D. Sterling were visiting here last Monday, For Sale—A bran new Encyclopedia Brltannlca cheap. Inquire of J, A. Freeh, A good residence and 2 acres of land for rent cheap.—J. A. FBECH. E. C. Anderson and C. E. Mallory are digging a cellar and will put up a store building 22x80 feet at Buffalo Center, The work will be rapidly pushed to completion. They will have one of the finest buildings In the city when finished, A new Baptist church known as the First Baptist Church of Burt, has been organized by Elder ;Laldley, at a school i house just north of Burt, and ten of the members were Baptised at the Baptist church here last Sunday, Rev. Frank W. Evans, Past Grand Master of the I. 6. 0. F., and Past Grand Chaplain of the A. F. and A. M., delivered two very able entertaining and instructive lectures at Jefferson Hall last Friday and Monday oyenings. He had crowded houses each time and the people seemed very highly entertained and wanted him to continue longer after having spoken one hour and a half. E. P, Van Dorsen, of Seneca, had the misfortune to have a stone fall on one of his feet and he is a very lame man in consequence. C. C. Thompson was attorney in a lawsuit at Germania last Saturday. C. E. McLaughlfn has been under the weather for several days during the past week. The mock breach of promise suit which takes place at Jefferson hall next Saturday night promises an unusual amount of fun. J. B. Carr will' be the : judge and there will be six men tried and true > to judge of the merits of'the case as a- jury. There will be sensational features all through the trial arid there will be more fun than a basket of monkeys. : A large num,ber of Burt people attended the I. O. O. F. r 'lectures"here and a' number of Ban croft peopleheard the lectures at :Burt. The Gardner family, expec>Jto u J^ov.e to dft»n In Algona. Mrs. ZahltOfc's. Thev spent some time at Mrs. Salisbury, who went to Sanbof ft in answer to a telegram that Nellie was very sick, returned Monday Hinging her daughter with her; scarlet fever was the trouble. Jennie Thompson closed her school hear Ledyafdlast Friday. We hear she will teach the same school again. C, fiau has finished a fine addition to bis house, adding much to the comfort and appearance of his home, Joseph Thompson is somewhat under the Weather, having caught cold while on business in Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs, W* F, Hoflua have return* tid from their visit with their sons at Buffalo Center, Miss Battle Schryver closed her school In Fen ton last week, P, N, Sarchett and wife visited In West Bend last Thursday and'Friday. Did you see the eclipse? tt. £. SAGGASS. 9. t. HAQfltARD&.PfiRK, '** Sit ABSTRApT8, us At ALQONA, IOWA, A, D, OLABM & 00, JMUr LOAXS. on Dodft* street, Ai|o&i» 0, CALL, REAL ESTATE Attt> AtiStBACt OWW* Northwestern lo* fhoringttrti itfeet, ii wHM to HUB,, HEBRON. HEBKOS, March 11.—Miss Rose Peters has returned home from a three week's visit with her sister at Blue Earth City, R, A. Richardson is hauling lumber with which to build a new house on his farm. Prosperity means progress, Geo. E. Sanders is busy breaking a very fine pair of colts. The writer saw a good team of mules sold for $35. Draft horses are getting cheap. G. S. Pendleton has been down from Minneapolis making arrangements for returning to the county. He has now gone to bring his family. ••••., •••(• ..-••• We have some new-comers among us. They are from Story county. A new creamery is to be built east, of Elmore, somewhere near the state line. Rev. Chase preached in this neighborhood on Sunday. Mr. Leopold Stoltz and Miss , Rosenan were married last week. o»o. «. tiiA**». CLABKE A ALGOtfA etui. A? ZAW, ... IOWA, GrECXB CLOUD, (Successor to W, B. Qtiarttm) Attorney and Counselor at Law, ALOOHA, IOWA, Offloo over KosButh pountjr State Bank. SULLIVAN <fe MoMAHON, J*otl»fflte Bloeit. AIXJOJU, B. 7. S WETTING. ATTORNST AT LAW t Money to loan. AJgona, Iowa. B. M, t. BOJTAB. BQNAR A FELLOWS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Collections will receive prompt «ftA Rooms 8 and 9, Alfon^ Bute Bank B CRESCO. CKESCO, March 11.—Miss Agnes -Young closed a very successful term of school last Friday near West Bend. ,-... •> . • '. Mr. Louis Button, of Cylinder», visited with his parents over Sunday, and Juddie, liis brother accompanied him borne for a few day's visit. Miss Carrie Curtis spent Saturday and jSundayat h'er Uncle's, M. A". Sabin's; • i Albert McClellan and mother are improv-' \i rig very fast from* their siege of slcknessi • A. E. Dutton, who has been: undeiy-the DANBON & BUTLEK. LAW, LOANS AXD LAND, Collections a Specialty. • ••.:•••••!• Office In-OwdnerOdwlM new building, I •* M 4 S_ k S. ^SJESSIONjS. " ' ATTORNS* AT LAW, urauge. Special atUntloo ftTen ttoii opllecttoiiiTpl all Yier UhriBcfifflea' itpre. theD. WilHamsV:placei;n;Seneo^nextw:eek Indopendence, which: wl ll fe^ittutiiretttdtae^ v,^ .,;,; , | arrived home last Friday-greatly improved ,;;>:/:^,r.-!n^:.(::.«,,:w;.;.:-. ."*:.:••. . •:•&.'• • • W| J.; StueHey, Druggist. S^;;NORTQN^ ; Dealer; i ttf 1 Vrtll theii 1 ' f u : ture home's' •<" ' T< A replevin ''suit was trieS' last Monday,' before Squire 'Austin, b ChViS B'64ttcher'-as plaintiff and someBuf- b Center partjfe's' as • defeh'dari ts. Bars* loti'' appeared' for "plaintiff and secured the disputed horse, and the Buffalo Center attorney appealed the case;r,to the -. Court. 1895. Ibofes up-in-fine shape in Wfist. Bancjrpft, and ' it ^Ul -be only. a question of ,* v,ery •short time when ho will have completed .p»e of =tbe- finest residences in^the city^.,,. •i T.M.Ostrander Is having the foundfttlpn Md for a wew residence west of, the track .which willbe . 34x34 and 14x30,: with 10 feet posts;-- ••-••' •• • .. • -v • • •: j; Chas. Seaberg has the foundation laid Tor' a-new^rosidonce .just oast of T, M.-ps- trander'S'Jot, and he will go, right on. and atpnco.. •> Ed Howe and Alunde Neeling have botfght, omt B.'A. Howe's Phoenix, barn outfittand.ini the .future -will conduct the PhQenlxlivery barn. Success. to , the new flion../, ..;,,,. your laundry work tp the Beau- which: wl ll m ^ : : -". ' The new en « ««« o-opo- ratiye Creamery is "nearly finished and the machinery for 1 the same has arrived. When finished i'e'will tfe tlife tfriesV cream^ ery in this part of the .state.! it not in the whole state. They Sever S'5 things by res out there 1 ?" ' ltvn -- ; *"*••' -'- '•',•' •• ' ' <••!'•.;.'!' U-; in ::»MfS.?l. ill', iiy.-.V y,-H. ,;:r,,- iOO'energeilc ladies' argeitts' wanted to canvass. Above salary <guaran-teed, OH or address ,A;,:.M9C]lntpck ^ v Iowa. .; March ' was in health and mind. Charlie- RiSt intends 'build-ing'-/.& When get Stoves please call on me and t(Jkeep ! tEe^best, such as Garland Heath & TV. Oar bookj are thorou written a 'complete,' Hone b»t experieaoad abstraeten baa ever <i>.work is dffuti by competent persons, andi» guaranteed, ' " ' poor. Bring your..work to »s and you may .be *ed work will poat>.yQ,u,n,Ori . Jre yp» get wkaVybu pay fotfahd take no-cbancei. i ESTATE Fd'A-NS, -FARMS AND WILD '•;CH>ara House Block. HAY & RICE AJgorm, ( Q the readers of the JtspyBWOAH that we have wtiwrdlnary * a 'W<s (169 for the selling ol Jarms aij}4 mi<inpvoYe4 laods in Northern Iowa, ana we invite everybody ilwtw wUbes to Wpose oj their pvQpervy, to call ou us »t our pffloe in ijgoua or to oprreapond. ' M ?«»» as 9prrB««P<»tti wO«y« a large aumbtr ot .customer* froojlhe 'eaern stages who n to coqje out aa4 secure a Piece ol Iow * larg iec . Btohmoaa, B, B. Btolimond, 0. J, Inlander, Farmers' & Traders' Savings Bank mont laundry at .Webster City, through agent, J, A, Freeh. .^."" ' , -this is-the time to insure your ^property against-lightning and not wait until .the lightning season opens. J,. A. Freeh can-furnish>you cheap and ...reliable insurance. - .. Attovne/s-Mayne, Thompson a.nd Barslou had business \vith Judge Quarton's court the,first of the week. Wilbur:Laidley has a new Model bicycle that is a beauty,' • There are to be three more weddings of Bancroft young people within 60 days and we will stake 'our reputation as a prophet upon it. - • •••'•' ; Married—At tbeCongregational parson^ age.atAlgpna, Ipwa, by Rev. W._E, Dav* idson, on Wednesday, March 6, ; Mr, U, W. Ogle and Miss Lois Gray, both of this place. 'Both of; the young people were raised in this part of tbe county and have a host of friends here wbo wish them a liappy and prosperous Journey through life, The newly married couple will keep house in tbe Reeling building. Tbe News extends congratulations, If there are any objections to secret s,)* cjeties that were not fully aud completely 'answered by jt'ev, Evans Monday nigbt, We have failed' to bear of them, Be sure and see tbe "Breach of Promise Case" at Jefferson Rail next Saturday night, o, e,. Thompson will appear for plaintiff and P. M. Barslou for defendant. In tbe annual election foj directors of the Independent District last Monday, j&e following was the vote; <f. B. Caf)^ 118; W. W; Alcoyn, fl9; 0. T. Brlgbam", 03; J< A;Ca,mpbeU, 9d';'Dr. Cutjer t l; JohnJ?w* At tbe weeing pf the town council last Monday nlgH Cbristlau Bebrwan was nigbt watobmaw- Tbe ,. . , . looking after ' his f arm' in Fen ton township last jweek. 'Cha's/Sanflerfr.'also was in the nel ghborhood' on Monday'.' v ;-:' '•' • '• B; F/Dryer is i'mtSroVliiB his "place, and John Weisbrbd'is m'afcing tnipr-Ovements, Theo. Haas was visitiftg friends in-B an-, croft last Saturday and' SUnda'y.'; •'• Come and see the exhibition at the Wels- brod school house. It will-be-Worth going /- ' ''•'•'.„ , , Quite a number of people attended the •.German Bpworth League- andivipwed the eclipse. • i ' i > ,• i. , , A large party of,yqun^,.fqlX9 gathered at Fred Dinsmore'slas^yV^nesday,, and they all report a good time,' 'There was an- Bother party at the pi ace of Will Jentz Friday night. ' AdolfHierhasmoved/clbs'fe to Wbitte- more, and the place Wifved^on 1 is rented to Charley Weisenboff or, Fred Kluss 1 team ran away Sunday last. But fortheir knowing the'road somebody might have been hurt.' ' ' BURT. Burt is booming. E. J. Murtagb Mas bought tbe corner lot, of Mrs. F. H, McDonald and will put up a brick, . C, W. Schryyer intends moving bis blacksmith shop" back" for a wdodsbop and will build a blackMthjn front 84x33. " . K, Starr 'wants to buy '.a ull blood north of his mothers, Mrsj »S. v S. f! soon. - - • ' -• .'» Leroy Bowen was elected as school director in district No. 4, and It Is ast'onlah- ifag : nbw"'the'teachers SwarJtti ; thfe'.school;-Woridet'wh'd'wUl one": ; ' '' ' ; ' (' "'•' •'". Mr; Peter Bpwen'S' 'e6nditl6n'" : 5s ijUst | about'thesame; ;i ••• - ;;: -••>•!••••"••••.••';'. ::!•*> \ Mr;F. P. Baird arid family, 1 of-'Story 'county* arrived last week a'ndtook'pbSscs- sion of the farm he bought of-'-Mr. <'Johni Bradley Some months »go,\arid f 1S'welcom-| ed-here."-' : - ! '.'' • •;•••' •••>'" Brahma legb'prn rooster or will change, Mr. Lacy, of Algona, was on oui 1 streets Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. C, 'S, Conln spent Sunday in Bancroft'with their daughters, Mrs, J, G,, Graham and F, Wilcox, ' Marble's Hall was flljed, with people Saturday nigbt,to hear Past Master Even's speak'of the Rebekab'degree of Odd Fel» lowship, ' •'••'•*''• C. W, Scbryver aud wife and Presley Sarchett and'wife; of Union township, drpve down near West-Bend'to visit a sister pf Mr, Scbryver and Mrs, Sarcbett, • . Bruer Bros.- are putting up. a lumber west of the depot, .. John Mjegs is having ,tb,e ,b,uMing he recently purchased. remo,<Je]ed, and t ft. glass frpnt puti,n, bpsides,,ad4ip| to, its lepgtb'. .Q. Pady are doing it- BUFFALO ••, BUFFALO FOBKJ March.-H.^The,.: I^.'M.? S* will glye an oysterjgupper at'Mra, Ben-' •ry Bartlett's this week, Friday evening. 5 Quite a number from this- y-iclnityr:'cat- tended F. Ms'EVans' lecture,'at".iBurt ^las^ Saturday evening. ,j -^ >' There is a fine new iCurtzman piano or? trial at J. H. Grover's. : R. Jain returned from htey.isit.in.Indi- ana last Saturday. t Mamie Davlson • closed,, her,...tpran i. of school in Buffalo township last Friday, i Cliff Smith, of Burt, spent .the ;Sabba^th at E. B. Eddy's. , | Mr. Mills has .rentod'roojns in tho^housij occupied by C. 'H, Davison, and will move in soon. ,• •«*» j/f>*> »<ui,-' A number of Portlandites were in- Algo)na on business last Saturday. ,/,•• , • PLUM CREEK. PLUM CBEBK, March 8,—The oyster sup-' per at D.,Eice's was well attended, forty being present,' Receipts, fib, In th'e evening Prof, Boyle entertained'the company* with singing ( by members of bis class, 1 ' The singing sch'ports 'ended, and Prof, Boyle will make a'tou'r of the" 'tow^js, organizing music cias,ses and giving con* certs, E. P. Keith; Wm/P/a&t?, D, Rice an<| Grant Benscboter, we understand, are going to ship five carloads of cattle and bogs, in a bunch if they can get tbe North,-' western to bring their loading ."fixings" up near Jlice's.- We claim that there never was any better bunch of;stock- shipped from Plum Creek, Dr, Baker was seen }n these parts last Friday, of course trying to> beal tbe .slok.,". E, Fitch, tbe local M. D. of Sexton, was' .,„ t^e Doctor, - • • • Plum Creek was well represented at m nest Bacon's sale, D. Rice, Grant B'en schoter, Wffl,, Hopkins; 1, P. Keith, J,, .S McWborter and J. B- Maudsley/were there, with others, Jt was the largest'- crowd at a sale seen in. these p art , 8 KJ GARFliLlX M. D., , /D. .•••••'• .:^" :,;--:••- .1 -, • Office.oyer Taylor's store. O'fflce hours" 8 to 12 a, in., 3 to $ p,,ipi. ,^_».««M - t 't * Over wienleris J-amitart ijtowi.|- ''-' - - ..>•<* "^"^•aottBoftra*. ?,Looal anaesthetic for-, deadening 'pain - la qnraiwben.'ejrtraoMng'teeth.''-'' • z " ' •> * -j D. D. S, JENTAL RO,OMS Qi,v,er tb^,,AJgona State JJanfc. SPBOIAL 'A.TTBWTION QIYBJI TO The beat of modern anaestbeU' to make-all operations as 1 painless A.- Hazard was glory, Fred Pebnert bougui ana told, and a insurance UWIQN, U, '90, 'Sast well represented at the West Union ary sp9iety last Tbwrsday 'evening, Joel Taylor J§ reported. as bis long seige'o| f slckness. r^^^fetsrrfSfttB* 1 ?, ^twi^.^iyshU led the sale remarkably well, Cows wpa for m and. upwards, and horsey soift atleo; 170 and #9. Smith, a wbo bfts been §ral we Real HOXIE PAINT] A?
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