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

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 20, 1895
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Strictly First Class. Guaranteed to give satisfaction. 2,500,000 in use;— Pretty good evidence that housewives like them. C, M, DOXSEE, BaMf are, Winkie*s old stand. gpfflSaffidbcpeffi Bear This in •«••*•*•*••»• Mind, that 11 1 The Druggist, Has Just I^eceiveci ttie Largest and. Finest Stock of .... WALL PAPER 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 moat paiticular buyers. State Street. Opp. Algona State Bank. F. S. NORTON, Dealer in And all Kinds of Building Material Spurbeck & Lambert, 1ERS AND DEALEBS IN ! PlQlOPllQ PflDQTTlProT ), UlMulllb, I'ludlllDiy MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN We will save you mouey on the following : Belting of all kinds—leather, Gandy and rubber j complete stock 01 Engineer's Supplies ; Gas Pipe and fittings j Globe Valves ; all kinds of Steam Fittings, Ilase and Hose Fittings; Oils of all kinds, We have a large stock of Cylinder Oil and Oup Grease a specialty. Largo stock of other goods too numerous to mention. Olve us a call. Factory and supply liouse nearC. &N. W, Depot. DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCFS ON«<Hr .; Abstracts of Title. Our books are thoroughly complete. None but experienced abstractors has ever written a word in them. Our work is done by competent persons, and is guaranteed. Qfloa work will cost you no more than poor. Bring your work to us and you may be tare you get what you pay for and take no chances. i ESTATE FOANS, FARMS AND WILD LANDS. HAY & RICE Algona, Iowa. Opera House Block. lj; was a g-po4 turo you Jawa Soap. Jt makes tfce <49tbes wWtey thajj s»y ether, time a»4 work, -^'yes, a%4 it 49S* »et i»iure the ba»4§ or the fiiptbea. SANTA CLAUS SOAP, by THE N.K.FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago, BANCROFT NEWS Chicago & Softf d Sotrfa teteed 91lam kl*ed ....667pm Way freight....ii 4S&fh tra? freight,...? iMS «*••*—»•• ....408pm faSsenger BANCROFT,1A., MAfiOtt 20, 1895 Conducted by J» A* The Good Templars took in about $35 from their "breach of promise'* entertainment and netted about $28. Everybody Seemed well pleased with the entertainment. The ladies of the M. E. Aid Society wih give a novelty social at the residence oJ Dr. Cutler's next Friday night. Win. Gray and family, of Seneca, have been paying their Bancroft relatives and friends a visit during the past few weeks. Mr, Chas. E. Martin and Miss Lela Davison are to be married today. The bride is a daughter of R. E. Davison one of the* old settlers of this county, and is well known and popular here. The groom's home was at Kerkhovon, Minn., but he has lived here for a year or two and has made many friends. The newly married couple will go to housekeeping at once on the groom's farm at Kerkhoven, and Ihe News extends congratulations and good wishes. If Algona and Burt keep on with their fires they will soon break the record. Andrew Smith was last week from Winnebago City on business. Goo. K. Green and family are now cozily settled in their new home in South Ban- iroft. There is to be a meeting held at Alcorn's tonight for the purpose of organizing a fire company, we predict as good a fire sompany as can be organized anywhere in .he state in a town of this size. Fred Anderson went to Winford, S. D., to visit his mother who is very sick. Regular spring weather. F. A. Patterson has sold his interest in ,he grocery store to A. N. Leonard who will continue his share of the business. die new firm will be Leonard & Sarchett. We wish them success. A. Sundstrom and C. J. Lenander wont ,o Rutuven by team yesterday morning to attend a big shooting tournament to be leld there. We predict that they will rake n their share of the persimmons. A. J. Berryman is adding to the beauty f his store building by having painter ichutter spread a coat of paint over it. V. S. Ellis and Rey. Hislop, the new Baptist minister at Swea City, were in the ity last week and they report that nearly nough money has been subscribed to mild a new Baptist church this season. Miss Alma Smith returned from her visit vith relatives at Wells, Minn., last week. Business has been lively in Bancroft for ho past week.' ''•'•' Sheriff Samson was in the city Monday. Jas. Hofius was over from Buffalo Cener yesterday, invoicing the stock of Paterson & Sarchett on account of the sale of Mr. Patterson's interest. Frank Davis will begin the erection of a lew residence just east of R. W. Barge's n the near future. Mr-HY alters will oc- ,upy the Goodge house, made vacant by Mr. Davis. BURT. BURT, March 19.—John Daniels lost his louse by fire last night. A spark from the chimney fell on the banking, setting it on ire. There was no wall and it ran under 3 house before it was discovered and got beyond control. They saved part of their "urniture. There was no insurance. Mr. Daniels came here last fall and has "work>d for W. H. Shaeffer. He traded his property in Algona for some lots here, and lad put up a house, working at it odd times. Mr. and Mrs. Daniels have the lympathy of the entire community. There las been a subscription paper circulated ind everyone has responded very liberal y. He will build again at once; he has already a load of rock on the ground. There was a runaway Sunday and one Monday but no damage done. John Hanna now rides a bicycle when ho dont get off in a hurry. Mr. Geo, Patterson goes to Winona today to buy lumber for a new house, S.M. Ferris is moving H. B. Hallock's :iouso that ho got of J. Elvidge, north of W. M. Stockwell's, Joe Elvidge is putting a 30 foot addition to his store building, occupied by Shultz & Smith. Wanted—A full blood brown leghorn rooster. Address E. K. Starr, Burt, C. S, Coffin is putting up a building oast of the barber shop. The band boys have an entertainment Friday and Saturday nights in Marble's mil. From the Monitor: It is with pleasure ihat the Monitor can authoritatively state that our long-dreamed-of brick is now an' 1 assured thing. The Burt Bank has come nto posussion of the McDonald corner lot, and the bank and Mrs. J, p, McDonald 11 put up a double building together. It will govjp this spring without fail unless adrou/th pr something unforeseen stares us in the face; but everything now is fa* vorable for Its going up this spring. The building wUl be of brick, with the two 'routs of pressed brick. In size, it will be •he wjflth of the two lots and probably ?0 feet deep, two Stories, Mr, Murtagh says -hey wjll probably build with basement and heat with Dither furnace or steam heat. Jt is not yet decided whether the second story will be macjo Jnto a ball or di yi4ed oft for .offices,....,, $, A, Phejps lias, been back the pa^ week disposing of graiij ahd Other tWdga on, his fttrm, He returns tomorrow to Fayotto, where ho Is studying }n the Upper Jowa University, with which school he is very much pleased. He says they have had lots of snow there, and last week when we had only a little flurry here they had lots of it there PLUM CBEJCK, March 18.— The Mice, Dreesman and Pratt schools closed oil Friday. E. M. Gardner set up his wood-sawing outfit at his place one day last Week. He sawed up twenty-six loads of long wood by the middle of the afternoon and then moved to Chub Dreesman's, It does lightning work, that buzz saw does. Harrison Warned left for Freeport, III, Saturday evening. Ho expects to spend a month there, visiting his cousins and his aunts. He has numerous relatives there. Will Hopkins' little girl dislocated her hip again last week, She was brought to town and had it reset, CRESCO. CBESCO, March 18.—Quite a number of the farmers in Cresco attended the Johnson and Sample sale at irvingtjll last Thursday. We forgot to mention in last week's items that Mr. and Mrs. L. Mansmith were the proud parents of a boy born March 3rd. James Stewart has hired a man by the name of Geo. Stout to work for him the :oming season. We made a mistake last week in stating ,he location of Mr. Charley RistV house. :t is a mile west of his mother-in-law instead of north. J. W. Curtis is doing the larpenter work. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dutton, of Whttto- morc, spent Sunday with their parents icre, returning to their home Monday. Miss Jennie accompanied them home for visit. Geo. Barr spent Sunday at his brother Andrew's In Union. Miss Mary Rawson closed a very suc- icssful term of school in the Potter district last Friday night. Miss Lizzie Johnon will teach the coming term of school. Mr. Will Bowen, who has been attend- ng the Medical College at Iowa City, re- urned home last Thursday after having eceived his diploma. He has been a hard vorking student and will make a good "octor. And we all wish him the best of uccess whereever he may locate. The program for the coming lyceum at ho Potter school house next Wednesday light, March 20, will be a mock law suit, Frank Miller as plaintiff, Will Potter as .efendaut, Charley Rist attorney for the defendant and O. A. Potter attorney for ilaintiff, also a number of dialogues and ecitations. There are quite a number de•eloping a talent as debaters. Prominent -mongwhom are: C. W. Rist, O. A. Poter and Geo. McKay. SWEA CITY. ~—— From the Herald: Edward and -Roy Williams drove over from Iowa Falls last Friday, and will lay the foundation for a louse and two barns for Ellworth & Jones and dp plastering for the same firm, and ilso for J. Vaux north of .town. They are Brothers or Mrs. Steele. A couple of loads of young people from icar Bancroft made a visit to the home of NTels Benson and gave Mrs. Benson's sis- er, Miss Mary Olson, a surprise. Refresh- men ts were served and a pleasant time " ad. Emel Erickson was up from Algona the irst of the week to see what the outlook is or plastering. WESLEY. From the Reporter: Robt. Welter and Fred C. Bacon returned from their Chicago and Monroe, Wis., trip last Tuesday. At the latter place the boys visited the inane hospital which is presided over by ilr. Whitcomb— Mr. Welter's partner in business. The Institution, .although a -ounty affair, contains over one hundred atients, and Mr. Whitcomb has the grat- fying knowledge that his kind and humane treatment of this most unfortunate .lass of people has resulted in the permanent cure of more patients than any other .imilar institution in that state. While Mrs. Martha Hill was crossing ,he track yesterday morning her foot jaught between the tie and rail causing icr to fall headlong, and striking her fore- lead and nose on the opposite rail she re- joiyed a very painful but not serious in- ury, . DESIRABLE NEW SETTLERS. Waterloo Tribune; Geo. Butterfieldwas down the last of the week from Kossuih ;o fix up affairs preparing for the whole iutterfield family's removing there, horse, 'opt and dragoon. They have purchased 320 acres of land in the north part of the county, within one mile of Swea City, a •ailroad station, and have built a house now about ready for occupancy, George shipped the goods on Monday, and the old ady, Mrs. E. S, Butterfield , will follow ler son in about two weeks. Mrs, Butter* leld sold her farm to J, P, Hummel, These are old settlors and among the very best of .he first and the later comers. The Jam* ly will be missed, but the boys, young men of energy and character, wanted a wider field and all wished them the best success n Jt, and a happy green old age to the good and devoted mother. THE L_9QA?EP, A month or SQ ago a paragraph appeared In our county news department which vas taken as a reflection. upon parties in Northern jjossuth wh -0 were referred to as in the habit of organizing hunting e$» ^.edition?. The matter is ppw spoken of :or the rearon that the item was thqught at the time by parties interested, t9 ft&ye come from Qfle of gu,? cojre..spQn,d_enjjs, wWeb wj),s not the fact. The jtew e& « the regular cpu.rse of the poUecticm jews at this office, and was placed, in ;pun.ty department because itprpperty toe* pogeci there. $ p w ujefl t $v$ 'm ojfenso intended, ang the writer M4 ao • . « . PAINTER And PAPER-HANGER. Also does carriage minting. Postal card orders promptly at- ;endoa to.' All work guaranteed for four or flve years. AteoWA, IOWA. knowledge 'who the |>artle3 Were referred to. The latter probably have no better ff lend in their neighborhood lhah the man who was tnistakenlj' thought to have pettned the offensive par agf aph. orgeats wanted to . Above Salary guftfafitoed. Call on of- address A. McClintoGk &t fcfitt. Iowa. of coifiMf loJr oi- First National * § OF ALGOtfA, IOWA, At the close of business, March 6, isofi. RESOURCES. Loans an d discounts ......... Overdrafts, secured ahd unsecured ........... ,. ..... 17. S.bonds to secure circulation ....... .... ...... .... Premiums on u. 8. Bonds.. Batiklng-liousfl Furniture, and Fixtures ...... . ....... Due from Nat'l Banks (not Reserve Agents) .......... 9 896.07 Due from approved Reserve Agents....... .............. 25,858.81 20.764,88 Checks and other cash Items 1B3.28 Notes of other Nat'l Banks . 6.2lo.oo Fractional paper currency, nickels, and cents ........ 80.85 0,442.13 Lawful Money Reserve in Bank viz : Specie ..................... 3,808.55 Legal tender notes ........ 4,ooo.oo 7,800.55 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, of circulation) .......... . ..... Total ..................... $104,941.47 743.84 18,000.00 1,690,00 7,090.00 585.00 8109,053.87 IIABILITIBS. Capital stock paid in 60,000.00 Surplus fund 6800.00 Undivided profits 1619.80 National Banknotes outstand Indrvlduai"de'iiosit's" subject ".700.00 to check 75,811.90 Demand certlfi'tes of deposit 3,822.62 Time deposits 20.000.00 99.643.61 Total $169,053.87 State of Iowa, County of Kosstith--ss. I, wm. K. Ferguson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. WM. K. FERGUSON, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to, before me this 13th day of March, 1895. L. J. KICK, COKKKCT—Attest: Notary Public. AMJJKOSR A. CALL, ) IX H. HUTOHINS, }• Directors. F. H. VESPER. j E. G. BOWYER, DEALER IN fATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware. Repairing a specialty. NOTICE TO GRADERS, Notice Is hereby given that the board of upervisors of Kossuth county will receive sealed proposals at the office of the county Auditor till the first Monday in April, 1895, for all grading to be done by said county during the year 1895. The county to be divided into two'dis- ,ricts, ail of the territory north of - township ninety-seven (97) to be district No. 1. All of that territory south of the north ine of township ninety-seven (97) to bo district No. S. All bids are to be made in ithe following manner: Separate bids are to be filed for 'or 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 the pit or excavation, and all earth to be taken from pits designated by the engineer in charge. Any bidder may bid on work in one or both districts. The board reserving the n ight to reject any or all bids. F. D. CALKINS, Auditor. Dated Algona Feb. 11,1895. SHERIFF'S SALE, Notice Is hereby/given, that by virtue of a special execution, to me directed by the Herk of the District Court of Kossuth ooun- ;y, Iowa, against the croods, chattels, lands, ;enements. etc. of W. J. Harn, Mattle J. Harn, Thomas A. Way and O. P, Emmerson, defendants, in Savor of L, and A, Ji Dwelle, jlttintiffs, 1 will offer ivt public sale, to the ilghest and best bidder for cash, at the door of the Court House in the town of Algona, county of Kossuth, Jowa, on the 13th. day of April, 189S. between tho hours of 0 o'clock. ft . m. and i o'clock, p. m,, on said day, all of said W. J, Uarn, MaUie J. Harn, Thomas A. Way and O. P. Eromerson's right, title and nterest in and to the following described real estate, situated in Kossuth county, to- wlt; the sonth half of the northwest quai* ter and the nortu half of the southwest quarter of section One in township Ninety^ nine, range Twentyrseven, west 6 P, M., of Kossuth county, Iowa. Sale to commence at the hour of 2 o'clock, p. m. of said day. Wi tness my hand this 14th day of March, 1805, * O,0. SAMSON, Sheriff 83^26 Kossuth County, Jowa. SHBEIFFS SALE, Notice Is liereby given, that by virtue of a special execution, to ine directed by t}ie clerk of tbe District Court of Kossutb County, Iowa, against the goods, chattels, lands- tenements, etc,, of J, P. Johnson, Obas. 0. Scott and s, X, Way defendants, in favor of JS. 8, JBUsworth and Jj. E. Jones plaintiffs, I will offer at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cask, at the door of the court lipuse, IP the. town of A-lgona, county of Kossutli, Jpwft, on the 20th d»y of April, J895, between the hours of 9 o'clock, a. ju,, and i otclook>,Pi m., on said day, all of sal4 's right, tlile ana Interesfin and to'.flie following described, real estate, si .„.. .. ,. ...... rpjieeasU^ j. TXJJ. ay, tiux-vu *i»<b>6p 9V npwv Vi V) Jowa, gale to commence at tye o'clock, p. »„ of eaid (flay, ; "'"-essmy b&natWsjflth day of i: P, SAMSON, - signed, hag bgen appojtt™ •"i adnjipUtrfttor/gf the „_ '-—-'RtftCf 'KP§§ufe QOH fft .rsfSogSJi ™;y« Jpw&i'dr &an.ney In/ A, & OLAK1E & 00, fAM LOAM (in »6dge Street, Algona, l6wa, , 0, OAJLL, MAL mfAfrto AKiJ Atf&fitAVf Otfjiic& Jfl . Algotta, lo«a. Sftf wv, » ' J&V , GH0.4I. OlABft», OBAS. A.OOttJtlTOtm. CLABKE & COHENOUH, ATTOXNS¥8AT LAW, ALGONA - . . . . GJEO.B OLOUD, (Successor to W. B. Quarto.n) Attofriey and Oouaselof at law, ; ALQONA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth County State Bank. SULLIVAN & MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS- AT- LA W, PoBt»fflce BlocK. AtaoKA, IOWA. E.V.S WETTING. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Money to loan. Algolia.lowa. J. L. BONAB. jr. ft. FELLOWS. BONAR & FELLOWS, ATTORNB7S AT LAW Collections will receive proroot attention Booms 8 and 0, Al^otm Sitate fianli: Bl'dK Branch offlte at Wesley, Iowa. ALGQtfA, IOWA,. DANSON & BUTLER. LA W, LOAMS AXD LAJfD, • .Oo'Iections a Specialty. Office In Gardner Gowles new buUdiog Algona - Iowa. S. S. SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Loans and Insurance. Special attention 8 lven to collection* of all kinds. Office overUhrlBohllles'atore. Algona. *>wa. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D M PH781C1AN AND SURGEON, Offlee on State street, Algona, Iowa. M.J.KENEFICK,M. D. Office over Taylor's store. Algona, lowa J. M. PRIDE, M. P. Office over Goeder's CJotmng Store. Algona, - Iowa DE. L. A. SHEETZ, ' DRUGGIST AND STATIONER, Predorlptions 'filled. Deala In paints, olia, books, perfumeries, etc. Oor. State and Thorlngton sts. Aleona.Iowa. C. B. PAUL, M. !>., WHITTSMORS - - - IOWA, Eegular Office hours 8 to 12a, m., 2 to 6p. m. Over Wiohlev's/Furriiture store. Residence north of tract. <c DENTIST y> A. L. BIST, D. p. S Local anaesthetic for deadening pain in gum» when extracting teeth. , • E, S.QLASIER, D. D. S, DENTAL ROOMS Over the A]gpna State Baak, . ii ATTENTION GIVE?* TO SAYJNO ... THB NAfuijAL TEETH-, The best of modern anaesthetics used to make all operations as painless »s ' sjbJe, , , D. V, M,, ,. *' " AND , HTOffloe west of the Tftorfagton Honsel Algonajowa. ! aa wi F, L, Manufacturer °l anfl dealer ln> •' 6 s Harness and Harness Goods,

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