The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1895 · Page 8
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 27, 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, I, DOISEE, Hardware, Winkle's old stand. BANCROFT 1NEWS. & North*Wwstfef tt way freight....)! 4 08pm .......,607pm tfraj freight....8 IBarft tassenger 205pm BANCROFT, I A., MARCEt 2?, 1895 Conducted! by J» A. Mrs. ileftley has been very sick bttt 19 bettor now. Mrs. Mulhaif was called by telegfaM to Washington county, to the bedside of a daughter who was very sick. Minnie Rico will hold forth at the God- don school for the summer term, this making her second year, which fact is as good a recommendation as any teacher needs. Bear Tliis in Mind, tlieit » •» The Druggist, Has Just I^eceiveci ttie Largest arid. Finest Stock, of .... WALL PAPER For the Spring Trade, ever shown in Algoiici, 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 paiticular buyers. State Street, Opp. Algona State Bank. F. S. NORTON, Dealer in AM all Kinds of Building Material. >M1M jj aMM j MI ^a3njjl^KJlll»TWCMnWT^O¥WTTfflrirnf' JI '*^'^ TJr "*"™ JJ ^^^*^™'"* •• ••••^•m»»wi*wm»aT™*w.irii*»n'JT otn,—prrr Spurbeck & Lambert, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN We will save you mouey on the following : Belting of all kinds—leather, Gmndy and rubber ; complete stock ot Engineer's Supplies ; Gas Pipe and fittings; Glouo Valves ; all kinds of Steam Fittings, Hose and Hose Fittings ; Oils of all kinds, We have a large stoek of Cylinder OU and Oup Grease a specialty. Large stock of other goods too numerous to mention. Oiye us a call. Factory and supply house near C. & N. \V. Depot. LOCALS, Misses Emma Smith and Belle Wickwire visited with friends at Ihtrt last Saturday. A tran new republican arrived at John Nyman's, west of town, last Sunday evening. John looks as pleasant as though he had fallen heir to a million. Over a thousand barrels of Water were pumped out of the city well last Monday and still there was plenty of water. The engine alone, gave the water quite a pros sure, and when the tower and tank is up we will be able to throw water 50 feet high. Bancroft will have one of the best systems of waterworks in this country. A new lodge of Odd Fellows is to be organized at Swea City in the near future, so we understand. A. J. Bcrryman visited Armstrong on business one day last week. Farmers, now is the time to get your property insured against fire, lightning and cyclones in reliable companies. J. A. Freeh can do the business for you. A new night, watchman is reported at Chris. Bohrmaif t since Sunday evening. F. A. Patterson has bought out the German Valley store of Herman Tjurks. We wish Mr. Patterson much success in the new venture. The Gardner family have moved out to the Williams' farm in Seneca, and J. C. Stahl will occupy the Gardner residence after April 1st. Father Nichols, of Algona, is in the city assisting Father Schemmel in the services just before Easter. The hose company had a meeting last week and elected C. E. McLaughliu chief and J. B. Carr assistant chief of the company. They will have a very lino company after they get drilled and organized in good shape. Have you a tornado polic?? If not.why not? J. A. Freeh furnishes them very cheap. The Seneca creamery will bo in full operation in a few days. The grocery pcddJors are thicker than flics in August in those parts at the present time. The stone and part of the lumber is hauled for the new Norwegian Lutheran church to be built in Seneca this season. It will be built about 2 miles south of the Seneca stove and creamery and will be a very fine structure. The money is all raised to pay for the building. Carl Person, who has been visiting his parents in Sweden for 3 or -1 months, is expected homo this week. J. F. Johnson l)t>s..bought_a finojjcw_KipO A Mr. Valentine, of Algona, expects to open up a bakery and keep hotel in the Phoenix House in the near future. Prof. Byers preached a very able and interesting sermon at the Baptist church last Sunday morning and Rev. Williams preached at the same place in the evening on account of the absence of Rev. Laidley. Mrs. C. E. MoLaughlin has boon on the sick list during the past week. The streets are lined with teams nearly every clay now. C. J. Pcttibone has received his commission as postmaster of Bancroft. CRESCO, March 25.—Edgar Bowen Was on the sick list last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. Aycrs visited at John Hawson's last Wednesday. Mrs. S. S. Potter is having quite extensive improvements on her house. J. W. Curtis is doing the work. Mrs. Will McCaulley spent the latter part of last week at her daughter's in Bancroft. Dr. Will Bowen has located at Whitto- more. Wo wish him success. There was a dance in Clias. Mist's new house last Friday evening, It was for the purpose of paying for the school organ. The people responded so well that there was more than>cnough funds raised to pay for it. Mr. Rist will 1 move in Tuesday. Miss Addle Sample began her school in district No. 4, Monday. She was the lucky one. Miss Jennie Button returned from her visit at Whittemoro Sunday. There was a large crowd out the last night of the lyceum in the Potter district. The mock law suit was well conducted. Attorney Rist's plea for the defendant was a masterpiece of eloquence. The attorney for the plaintiff did very well, considering the hopelessness of his case, but to make matters worse ho got his papers mixed up, so it made it rather doubtful for which side of the case he was making the plea. The dialogues and declamations were also very nice. Mr. and Mrs. Will Mullica and two children spent Sunday at Gco. Hackinan's. DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCFS Abstracts Our books are thoroughly complete. None but experienced abstractors lias ever (rritton 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 ore yam get what you pay for and take no chances. ESTATE POANS, FARMS AND WILD LANDS. Opera House Biock. HAY & RICE Algona, Iowa, HEBRON. HEBRON, March 25.—Spring is come and the birds are northward bound. Mr. C. F. Krosch and Miss Lena Zeiglor have boon united in tho bonds of matrimony and have moved to our neighborhood. Wo wish them a long, happy and prosperous life. Mrs. Julia Hill has just closed a five months' school in this vicinity, which has been a success. M. ]J. Burgess is about to purchase a fu.rm from M. Rasmusson, of El more. M. Stephens, of El more, is erecting a new residence on ills farm on section 27, Hebron township. Sand storms seem to bo the order of the season, and tho wind is never weary. Wheat seeding will bo pretty much done with this wook. WESLEY. WESLEY, March 20.—Mrs. Rov. Eastman was buried here yesterday. They were located at Buffalo Center this year. Her health has been quite poor for tho last year, but she was feeling quite as well as usual'of late. She died Friday morning without any sickness or warning. Her husband found her unconscious In tho morning when ho awoke, and in a few moments she was dead. The funeral was held at Buffalo Center on Sunday, and yesterday her body was brought hero and placed in our cemetery. A very large concourse of people were at the depot to meet tho bereaved husband and only daughter and go with them to the grave. She was a noble woman and had many true friends hero, where they resided for last two years. The daughter lives in Kansas City and arrived at Buffalo Center Saturday evening. She will remain with her father while ho remains at the Center. When she returns to her home her father will accompany her. All tho people of Wesley sympathize with the husband and daughter in their great loss and bereavement. a?broy iTci,T*,-.ntniy vrarrrrr; sincere" friends here who mourn with them. Today is a beautiful day and fully appreciated after four or five days of such a sandy wind us we have had. Farmers have commenced seeding, and by the looks of tho farmers and machinery around the blacksmith shop one would believe the blacksmiths were reaping a harvest. What we need now is a good warm rain. F. Hume has put in a branch lumber business at Sexton. Tho postmaster has charge of it. The people are very quiet and civil on our streets these days, since tho excitement of the waterworks jollification, except one or two that still wish to air their grievances, which they do in great shape. BOOK AGENTS WANTED! On liberal commission or on guaranteed salary of SiO per month. Some agents making 8100 per month. Good chance. Write to or soo A. McCliutock, state agent Britt, Iowa. COUNTY AT LARGE. Goo. S. Angus,. secretary of tho Biart creamery, reporting for tho month of February, says: "I was a little afraid when we mado tho change of butter-makers that it might be to the detriment of our creamery, as wo had a man who was hard to .excel. But I am thankful to say that things are going on very smoothly, and I' think we havo a butter-maker who is another jewel. I find wo arc still on the profits as wore told of were to be realized in this region. It would bo a good thing if farmers would keep a record which would Show the earnings Of theli' cows. G. L. Carroll, of Unlofl township, did that lor the year from February* ISM, to Fcb- fuary, i&)5, and he finds that tho receipts for ah average of ten cows was $520, or &>3 per cow tot' tho yeah Tho Wesley Reporter gives to the public an advertisement appearing recently in a matrimonial agency sheet In which a Wesley youth thus throws himself upon the tender mercies of the fair sex: " Kind friends, look herci I'm 23, brown hair, blue eyeSj worth 58,000; prefer ladies with some means. Send photo if convenient. Address Paul Zolkoskc, Wesley* Iowa." Whatever else Paul gets out of this, he will get experience and be more convinced thaii ever that advertising pays, if it is any object to be got before the public. Tho Bancroft Register remarks that "Hogs is hogs" this year, surely, Anton Nelson of Seneca marketed three this \vcek which weighed 1330; one of them tipped tho beam at 525. Carl McClcIlan bought a lot of heavy ones from tho "flax patch" also this week, one of them weighing a little over 510. From all sides there come echoes from census takers. Every town and township wants to know how tall it is, arid of course is disappointed when It does not quite reach up to tho scratch it made on tho wall as its proud guess. In this strain tho Bancroft Register says: "Assessor Davisonhas nearly finished his labors, and the result Is somewhat surprising to most of our citizens who have registered their guess on our population. Tho number thus far on the books is 924, with only a few more to hear from, so it is safe to place the number of Bancroft's inhabitants at 928. Of tho guossers on our book, J. L. Johnson's is nearest tho correct number, being 023. Bancroft has furnished some of tho best citizens and business men in tho towns to the north, Armstrong, Swea City, Germania and Buffalo Center, as the census figures forcibly remind us. However wo havo plenty equally good ones left, SD there Is no occasion to mourn." The census of 1890 showed a population of 657 in Bancroft. ]if. I*. HA&GAffrJ. O. P. HASgARdi J*o*»S ft swift. ABSTRACTS,; SMI, M*Af E aad 00t,l,ltfflOffS AL66MA, IOWA. A, B, OLAMidE & 00, Office Pt iiodge street, Algona, towft. 0. CALL, &KAL UlS^AfB Aftb AtiSttlAuf O&FtCK Fottnfofmtlon Ih vegaM to lah.<is to QEO. S. OtAmiCE, OHAS. A.COHBKOtm CLARKE & COHENOUtt, A. TTORNE YS A T L A W, ALGONA - " - , , * IOWA. GEO, & CLOTJD, (Successor to W, B. Quartoh) Attorney asd Counselor at Law^ ALGONA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth County State Sank. SULLIVAN & MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW* Postofflce BlocK. AI.OONA, IOWA. B.V.S WETTING. ATTORPJ47 AT LAW, Money to loan. Algona, Iowa. J. L. BONAB. II. Jl. FELLOWS. BONAR & FELLOWS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Collections -will rooetvo prompt attention. Rooms 8 and 0, Algona State Bank Bl'dg. Branch office at Wesley, Iowa. ALOONA, IOWA- TAS. A. J . . . . PAINTER And PArEK-HANGEK. Also docs carriage painting'. Postal card orders promptly attended to. All work guaranteed 1'or four or live years. ALGOKA, JO\VA. DANSON & BUTLER. LAW, LOANS AND LAND, Collections a Spooialty. Office In Gardner Oowles new building. Algona, Iowa. S. S. SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Loans and Insurance. Special attention given to collections of all kinds. Offloe over Uhrlsohllles' store. Algona, Iowa. E. G. BOWYER, DEALER IN f ATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, All Ldnds of Silverware. Bepairing a specialty. NOTICE TO GRADERS. Notice is hereby given that the board of supervisors of Kossuth county will receive sealed proposals at the office of the county Auditor till the. first,.. Mrmd ay in April, 1805, for all grading to bo clone by said county during the year 1895. The county to be 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 lino of township ninety-seven (97) to bo district No. 3. All bids arc to bo made in ithe following manner: Separate bids are to be 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 yai'd 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 right to reject any or all bids. / F. D. CALKINS, Auditor. Dated Algona Feb. 11,1805. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Offlee on State street, Algona, Iowa. M. J. KENEF1CK, M. D. OIHoe over Taylor's store. Aigona, lowu. J. M. PRIDE, M. D. Office over Qoeder's Algona, Clotmng Store. Iowa Dll. L. A. SHEETZ, DRUGGIST AND STATIONER, Prennriptions filled. Deals In paints, olio, books, perfumeries, etc. Oor. State and Tliorlngton sts. Algona,Iowa, C. B. PAUL, M. D., WHITTEMORE - - - IOWA, Regular Office hours 8 to 12 a, in., 2 to 6p.m. Over .Wiohler's Furniture store. . .Residence north of traete. SHERIFF'S' SALE, About is no doubt great; but what they all should know, is that the 'time of it, the tire of it, and the" cost of it, can all be greatly reduced by Santa Clays UNION. UNION, March 35.—Mrs. J, B. Hofiusand Jennie Thompson visited in Whittemoro over Sunday, with their brother, 11, J. Thompson. Mrs. B. F. Sroufo was around collecting money, clothing and bedding for Mr. Daniels, who lost his house by lire at Bart. A "Quaker Sociable" was held at tho homo of W. F. Jonkinson last Friday evening. Financially it was not a success, as the people of Union proved too good Quakers to be lined much, but a jolly good time was had. Mr. and Mrs. Adams, of Algona, visited their grand-daughter, Mrs. H. J. ReibholT, one day last week. Mrs. Sarchett is recovering from her re^ cent severe illness, much to the delight of her many friends. Tho Ilauna boys wore down from Hurt on thei wheels Sunday. Tho many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will be pleased to loam that she has recovered her health and they havo gone to housekeeping agaiu'near Sycamore, Illinois. Mr. Wilson Is working for a sin» glo gentleman, he boarding with them and giving him 15.00 a year. Andrew Barr and wife went to Burt Sunday to see Mrs, Bob- Blanchard, who is very low again- upward track, our receipts of milk increasing right along. For the .month of February wo received at the factory 858,003 pounds of milk, from which has been made 11,394 pounds of butter, which, has netted us here 83,177.17, or very near 20 cents per pound, from which wo must de<duct the cost of making, which will be 'about 2^ cents per pound, Tho receipts for February of last year was 190,000 pounds. The price has fallen now to about 19 cents in New York, a»d the prospect is for low prices tho coming summer, but as every thing else is low we will have to stand it, I suppose." Assessor Stoddard, of Burt, has finished his work, and the census figures gives them a population of 343. 01 this number. 104 ayo males, 149vfomales, 183 marriedi 331 otherwise, 197 over 18,103 between 5 and 18, 43 under 5, C7 subject to military duty, 93 voters, ami 151,woro born in low a, Whittemoro Champion: Mr, Shopard, of the firm of Fairburu & Shopard, and Miss Toua Monarch were married at Algona yesterday, We have not been able tp learn the particulars. The happy pair will soon go to housekeeping in the looms over the store. A few weeks ago the REPXTBWCAN contained a paper on dairy profits read at a recent meeting of Emmet county farmers, and one comment on that papw 1 which camoip our notteo, wa.s tha,t no such Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of a special execution, to me directed by the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county. Iowa, against the goo'cls. chattels, lands, tenements, etc. of W. J. Harn, Mattle J. Ham, Thomas A, Way and 0. P. Emmerson, defendants, in favor of L. and A. J. Dwolle, plaintiffs. 1 will offer at public sale, to the highest ancl best bidder for cash, at the door of the Court House in the town of Algona, county of ICossuth, Iowa, on tho 13th day of April, 1895, between the hours of 9 o'clock, a. m. and 4 o'clock,'!), m., on said day, all of said W, J. Uarn, Slattie J, Harn, Thomas A. Way and 0. P. Emmerson's right, title, and interest in and to tho following described real estate, situated in ICossuth county, to^ wit: the sonth half of tno northwest quai- ter and the north half of the southwest quarter of section One in township Ninetynine, range Twenty-seven, west 5 P, M., of Kossuth oquuty, 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, 1895, .'- 0. 0. SAMSON, Sheriff 25-26 Kossuth County, Iowa. oc DENTIST y> A. L. BIST, D. D. S pain Local anaesthetic, 'for deadening gums when extracting teeth. in E. S. GLASIER, D. D. S. DENTAL ROOMS Over the Algona State Bank. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SAYING THE NATURAL TEETH, The best of modern anaesthetics used to make all operations as painless as possible, SHERIFF'S SHE, Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue ol-a special execution, to me directed by the clerk of the Djsfrlot Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, against tne goods, chattels, lands, tenements, etc., of J. P. .Johnson, Oh as; O. Scott am} S. X. Way defendants, in favor of E. S, Ellsworth ana L. E. Jones plaintiffs, I will offer at public sale, to the highest .and pest bidder, for cash, at the doov of the court house, in the town of Algoua, county of Kossuth, Iowa, on the80th day of AlH'ili 1895, between the hours of 0 o'clock, a, m., ancl 4 o'clock, p. m., on said (Jay, all of said J. 1 J , Johnson's, Chas. O. Scott's and S. X. Way's right, tlj/le and interest in and to the following described reaj estate, situated in Kossuth county, ta-wit: T^e east one half of tUo northeast quarter and the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of bee, gu, Twp, 00, north range 30 west of the 5th p. m,, Iowa. Sale to commence at the hour or § o'olook, p. m., of said day. Witnels my hand this lOth. day of March 1805. 0. C. SAMSON. Sheriff g5-2(5 Kossuth Oountyi Iowa, E. E. SAYEES, D, V. M., ' VETERINARY - . mJSIGIAN AND SURGEON, tfQfnoe west ^of the Tborington House, AJgona.lowa, HOSPITAL Accommodations, t F, L, SLAGLE, Manufacturer of and dealer In Harness and Harness Goods, IOWA, ADMINOTAW POT, Notice is hereby given that'the v^.-j.-., signed liaslJteen appointed and laas flualified as adfaiulstratoi' QJ 1 the estate of Jpshua Shftffoi 1 late of ICossuth county, Iowa, deceased, All PWQns in. any manner inaett" ed to said estate \vill mafeie Jmmodiate payment to tho u»dpr§|gned; and those havlne claims against the said estate will ftle with the olortf of tlie district e,Q,Uipt '' i county. 1 MONEY! On Real Estate. HQXIE * JBRUNSON, OSEWALL, PAINTE8 and PAPER-HANGER. P* orders promptly attended 19th <Jay o -28 ,s provjdpd t>j for. allov WELL BORING AND DFULUNQ, -..'', l .:ipi.>t^j&.v^«:j'^&-A^.._ .',>.- L A;^i¥^iAl&i^M;JiSfe4fr*''!^l

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