The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1895 · Page 8
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 3, 1895
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m msre«LicAS, &i.agfrA. torn wtPBESPAt, BANCROFT NEWS. PSOMSStOSALABUSIK Chicago & softta Mixed ....i-....*!!"* Way freight....n *W«8tiBftt doff it Mlied,,,.. Solpffi way Irfelght'.'.'.'. 8 ISatn .. 4 ospm rassenger 2 ospm BANCROFT, 1A., AiP&lL 8, 1895 Conducted by J* A. TT TM— OUR STEEL RANGE.— It bas more points of superiority -pretty good evidence they please. Winkle's old stand- C. M, DOXSEE, Hardware. Special.. Dress Goods Sale! This Week and Next :; We offer our remaining line of Dress Goods to close, at prices heretofore impossible. For ; convenience they have been divided into 4 lots, viz.: LOT 1—A small line 6f Wash Goods, Dimities, India Mulls, Lawns, etc. for 10 c. per yd. These are mostly extra fine qualities usually sold from 15 to20c. per yd., offered now at the uniform price of 1 Oc. to close. LOT 3.—All wool Henriettas, Cashmeres, Diagonals, Suitings, etc. Former prices 65 to 85c. now 5Oc. LOT 2.—Mixed and half wool goods; former prices 25 to 40c., now 19c. LOT 4.—Extra fine qualities Henriettas, Serge, etc. Black only for 75c. Former prices $1.00 and The assortment is not full, but the goods are all new, in good condition, and are worth to-day, from 25 to 33 per cent. more than the prices at which they are now offered TO CLOSE. BANCROFT LOCALS, The water tower is nearly ready for the tank to be put up. Rev. Laldley preached his farewell sermon at the Baptist church last Sunday. The regular covenant meeting of the Baptist church will bo held to-morrow evening. C. A. Mollnder, of Swea, failed to catch the morning freight yesterday morning and consequently had plenty of time to visit old Bancroft friends until the next train, Lane and insurance agent Gortner, of Burt, was in Bancroft last Monday. John Wood, our assessor, reports that there are 445 people In Greenwood township outside of the Bancroft Incorporation. J. E. Russell went to Sheffield, Iowa, yesterday, to be married today at 10 o'clock to Miss Lu Richer, of that placo. The ceremony will take place at the residence of the bride's parents and will bo performed by Rev. Hawn, father of G. L. Hawn. J. E. and his bride will return to Bancroft next Friday and occupy the Au- dreno house, which the groom has fitted up into a neat and cozy homo. We wish Mr. and Mrs. Russell much happiness and prosperity. C. H. Hay was married in Wisconsin last week and will return to Bancroft In the near future and with his bride, occu py the rooms over Nick Arend & Co.'s store. They will be welcome in Bancroft. V. S. Ellis and Olof Pearson were down from Swca City yesterday. Misses May and Birdie Hotolllng, of Whittemore, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hotelling of this place over Sunday. Miss May has been a teacher in tho Mason City schools for over three years and Miss Birdie teaches in the public school of Algona. E. D. Morris, of Whittemore, opened up the Tallman House on April Istand heal- ready has 12 boarders. Success to him. Zach Rider, one of tho numerous: grocery peddlers, is very ill at the'Austin House. Tom Sherman had business at ' : Algona yesterday. J. A. Freeh handles life insurance arid in fact any kind of insurance. See his new ad in this issue. ~ The splendid i-aili which fell here" Saturday and Sunday was one of the best things for the crops that could have! happened. The farmers report that fclI6 rain wet dowii 4 inches deep on plowed'ground. R.W. Barge has sold his lease '6f the new Skinner building to Chris. Boe'ttcher and it will be occupied as a butcher shop hereafter. J. E. Hudson expects to begin the" erection of a new building on the site of Neummers Bros, old store building as soon as the frost is out of the ground. R. W. Barge is meeting with great success in selling the Page woven wlrefehce so, far this spring and his sales are constantly increasing. There will be in the neighborhood of 25 bicycles in town this summer. Jas. Stowe, of Burt, is putting up a fine barn near the Buffalo Forks creamery. T. M. Ostrander and family are moving out of their residence and J. B. Carr and family will move into it the latter part of this week. J. G. Graham will occupy Carr's former place and F. D. Eisenhart will occupy the Kelly house where Graham lived. The weddings we prophesied about, have come to pass within the proscribed sixty days and we naw predict two more weddings within sixty days. School is closed for a week's vacation. J. R. Byers is working in Nick Arerid & Co.'s harness shop and Miss Vinton is visiting the Bomboy's at Fairmont, Minn. E. B. Eddy started Monday for Springfield, Missouri, where he will spend & short time in looking over thecotihtf|. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blakebeanj of Baft- croft, spent a few days at Mr. Fafron s last week. . Mr. and Mrs. Lew Owen are the protid parents of ft baby boy born April 1st. Miss JDeEtta Randall, of Algoha, will begin her school in the Fox district next Monday. It is reported that there is to be another wedding in Portland in the hear future. Mrs. Lee McWhorter has been quite sick for the past few days. J> M, D. Office over Goeder's Clotnmg Store. L, A, SttEETZ, IJM&GtlSV AND 8TATlONwR t PreMrlf>tlon8 filled. Deal* In paints, oiia, bookti periufiteflos. Oof. Staid and Thorlfifctofi Bt9. M. £. . P. Pfefcfc. HAGGARD & PEEK, JosiS & AiSTfUOTS, AL65NA, IOWA. CHAS, A, D, OLAmitl FARM Office ofa Dodge street, CO. Algdaa, Iowa, Diseases 6l,Children a Specialty, Mrs. Mcdall's, EaStof 0. CRESCO, CBESCO, April i.—Mr. Walter Raney is reported to be Very sick at this writing. t)r. Pride is attending him. Miss Leota Sample commenced her term of school in the Watt Jones' district last Monday. Mr. Fairburn, of Whlttemoro, will work for Mart Sabin this season. Mr. E. Wright has sold his farm and will move to Algeria to live. Miss Agnes Brown will teach the coming term of school near Burt, where she taught last spring. Mrs. David Button, of Irvington, died last Saturday morning of dropsy, and was buried Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The bereaved family have the sympathy of all In their sad hour of bereavement. Miss Rosa Parsons is teaching the term of school in the Stewart district. Her school commenced last Monday. Mr. Geo. H. Barr and Miss Rosa Brown wore united In marriage by Rev. Kennedy last Thursday at the residence of the bride's parents in Cresco. The REPUBLICAN wishes them happiness and prosperity in their journey through life. BAD NEWS FBOM MABIETTA. A letter was received last Friday from Miss Ellen Kelley, of Ravenna, Ohio, to Clara and Carrie Curtis, telling the sad news that Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Kelley, of Marietta, Ohi j, had lost their little baby with scarlet fever. The rest of the children, Elmer, Maurice and Johnny, have had the dread disease. Elmer and Maurice are all right again, but little Johnny was quite sick yet when the news was received, but the doctor said that he was on the road to recovery and would be all right again If ho did not take cold. Tho disease was contracted on the train. A lady with a sick child got on the train at McGregor, and it is supposed the child had scarlet fever. Mrs. Kelley and children departed for their new homo four weeks ago last Monday evening. This is certainly a sad beginning in their new home. Mrs. Kelley is a daughter of Mr. J. W. Curtis, of this place. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to them in their sad hour of trouble. IN MEMOBIAM. , •;. Little Howard-Curtis Kelley, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. M, Kelley, died Friday, March 23,1895, of scarlet fever, «t,the age of 1 year 7 months and 16 days.. He seemed to be getting along: all right until Friday morning, then the fever changed and,went to his brain; he was too weak to bear any more suffering and yielded up his little life Friday evening at ten o'clock. He was a very bright little fellow and hi death is a crushing blow to his parents and grand-parents. And we miss him, how we miss him in the dark or In the day; Miss his voice, our sweetest music; Miss the life yet in the dawn; . Miss the pattering of his footsteps In his happy baby play. Oh \ my baby, can we ever learn to- Weeping kiss the rod? Knowing thou art free from sorrow, Eobed in robes ol purest white; For tho little ones are llHles In the garden of-our God, Blooming in their spotless beauty Inthe land where is no night. Fine percales and zephyr checks, 5c., at Taylor's. ' ALOONA, ,_UeMd«i6e ( & N. W. depot. IOWA, (X B, PAUL, M< D,, WmTTEttORE - - Regular Office hours 8 to 12 a, tn., 2 to 6p. hi. Over Wiohlet's f ufnitufe store. Residence north ot traok. am o. CALL, titoAL ESfuiZ'JB Aftti AtiSV&ACf O##/01i Pot Information In regard to lands ift North western Io*a, write to hlth, ihorlngton street, Algona, QEO. E. GLARKB, OHAS. A, oottKNotra CLARKE & COHENQtm, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ALGONA ****... <c DENTIST^ A. L, RI81VD. B. S Local anaesthetic for deadening pain gums when extracting teeth. in E, S. GLAS1ER.D, D. S. DENTAL ROOMS Over the Algona State Bank. SPECIAL ATTBHTION GIVHN TO SAVING THB NATURAL TBBTH. The beat of modern anaesthetics used to make all operations as painless as possible. GEO, R CLOUD, (Successor to W. B. Quarton) Attorney and Counselor at Law, ALGONA, IOWA. Office over ICossuth County State Bank. SULLIVAN & MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS- AT- LA W> fostoffice BlocK. ALOONA, IOWA. E. E. SAYERS, D. V. M., VETERINARY PHYSICIAN tar-Office west of the Thorlngton House, Algona,Iowa. HOSPITAL Aceommodatlona. -£jf-fff imsrr .T . P. L. SLAGKLE, Manufacturer of and dealer tn Harness and Harness Goods, ALGONA. IOWA. E.V.S WETTING. ATTORNEY AT LAW, • Money to loan. Algona, Iowa. J. L. BONAB. H. H. FJCLLOW8. BONAR & FELLOWS, ATTORNE78 AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention. Booms 8 and 0, Algona State Bank Bl'dg. Branch "office at ..,•.«,.,*.. ,,«,«.. Wesley, Iowa. ALQOtfA, IOWA- MONEY! On Real Estate. HOX1E & BRUNSON. DANSON.& BUTLER. LAW, LOANS AXD LAND, Collection! a Specialty. OfB«e In Gardner building. Algona. Iowa. S. S. SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LA I IT, Insurance. Special attention given to eollpotlona of all kinds.. OtHoe over Uhrlsehlllea' store. Algonft, Jowa. E. G. BOWYER, DEALER IN fATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, All kinds of Silverware, : 1 .;., Repairing a specialty. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Offl«e on State street, Algona, Iowa. M.J.KENEF10K,M. D. Qltlee over Taylor's store. OSEVVALL, PAINTER and PAPER-HANGER. Postal card order. Algona, Iowa. TAS. A. ' '••••• PAINTER And PAPER-HANGER. Also does carriage painting. Postal card orders, promptly attended to. All work guaranteed for four or ft ___ • _ _.„_,_ •. A"W £Lf\if A Til mr A . Iowa. ;ADWISTRATION MICE. ,. Notice is hereby given that tho undersigned has been appointed and ha's qualified as administrator of the estate of Joshua Shaffer late of Kossuth county, Iowa, deceased. All persons in any manner indebted to said estate will make immediate -payment to the undersigned; and those ^having claims against the said estate will file them with the clerk of the district count of ,Kossuth county,' Iowa, as provided by law, 'duly authenticated, for allowance. Dated this 19th day of March, A.D., 1805. _.__ , 26-28 WM. E. SHAFFER,' Administrator. five years. AL«OKA, IOWA. HO HANGS YOUR PAPER? "Why, E. C. TUTTLE, of "course." 26-34 . .ALGONA, IOWA. W WELL BOW AND DRILLING. We have machinery of all sizes forboripg or drilling wells. Water guaranteed or no pay. Call on or address, GALLION BRQS., Bancroft, la. Publisher's Notice. Grange Store, How is the Time to Insure ! 9 9 9 • 9 BEFORE THE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO SEASON OPENS AH lfi«ds of Insurance sol*} by ( For the convenience of BEPUBUCAIT subscribers whose place of doing business is in some other town in the county than Algona, an arrangement has been made by the publisher whereby payments on subscription to the paper may be made at any one of the follow- Chas. R. Morehouse brought back two . name d banks: young alliRators with him from Florida BANCRO FT—Farmers' and they are now on exhibition in an ac- quariura in the State Bank. The principal part of their anatomy seem? to bo their heads. The Phoenix House is being repapered and cleaned from cellar to garret and when F.S.NORTON, Dealer in LUMBER And all Ms of Building Material. C. l*> LUND, ESTABWSHBD 1880. J. J. r RYAN, (Bwccwiors to 0, L, LUND,) State finished it will give a much better appearance than heretofore. That rain was a dandy. RealEstateDealers, Algona, Iowa, and Traders Savings Bank. BURT—The Burt Bank. WHITTEMORE — Whittemore Bank, WESLEY—Wesley State Bank, LEDYARD—State Bank of Ledyard. GERMAN! A—State Bank of Germania, SWEA CITY-Swea Oity Bank, s « taorit)ere , 0 ^^^^^ advance can avail themselves of pur' lowest clubbing rates, given herewith, This arrangement is made with a view to accommodating any wb<? may IV 1 , F. Smith, A, p. Hichmond, Cashier. Q, The HE OFFERS Company. Aetna, Hartford Phoenix, Hartford Continental, N.V. Fire Association, ^Qijp^iES-FO^vtoqKsipSBA'riQN: Cash Capital, Assets. $4,000,000.00 §10,847,816.36 3,000,000.00 5,588,058.00 1,000,000.00 0,754,908.00 500,000.00 5,11)1,055,00 1,000,000.00 3,345,353.00 1,863,097,00 1,031,537.00 463,314.00 ,10,150,000, WFE. fjTFEJ , • iw ..,..,,.., , "Polity holders, i.1,100,000; pauThi dea'th losses, ' . ---i . Aetna Life & Accident Jounce Co,...... - .". ',. /.• •, • ,V - • Assets, 143,977,586.08 We believe this is as^ood ft statement as can bo made by any agency in tho land a.ud we solicit your ~~''•- BURT, BUBT, April 3,—Mr. and Mrs, C, S. Coffin and son Clark visited with relations in Bancroft Friday, it being the birthday of . thetwociarks. Y iew to accommodating any who may . - T^-%J^ M *% ? Cnu'in/iO D Mr. Fred Wilcox is the guest of Mr, and fl n a it more convenient to pay their L. Q PITI P. PS flf I Pflfl ft PS OaVmUO D Mrs. CoJfiw tp4ay, ; Uubjigrigtion aHhelr. Jjonje. bjink,, A]l|| ill Illyl.W' w* I I t**«wi w _w**» ""Jf^ ^ Misses Anna $un;t returned from a vjs-1 bujjnegg coming tlpQngk the^e *„ T t^^wa, T?,,i<inv -. ' wiji be given— Judd.JIealy'3,lio]a'se, ; w^stof.t9w-|i,.^ , . ed down Friday morning.' The loss wto adjusted the same day by thecouniy rout- il society, Farmers are busy seeding. J. C, Baker, of Emraetsburg, was visiting friends, attending to business »nd| talking politics in Burt yesterday, BUFFALO FORK, DWS, April i.-Cliff Jutterflold, of Burt, jtipg~rolatives in this vicinity. G. G. Manley and son Fred wenj Minnesota last week for a, short visit,, Misses Myrtle JJwnt, ku Smith and Mj school this weekiutbe Section 8, Jiujftio Fork ajid Groyer districts, Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a 3peoial execution, IP me dlreoted by «•« pleW pf the Plstrlot Opurt pf Kos county. Jpwa, against ^" — * a "*-* Iftpds, tenements, etc,A, Boss, 8, l>. ReUses, P. - - >Ucson and p. TAKE ANY GHANC.ES Abstracts of Sojjpltjjt.. Jfoet felt 4> !»r wort UAftfte III cgm Til. —... _ Al_«.« »-mn<M TI ntm nsBp^W.tta»f e1 N t) '«' > a' l ? fia l w « p * Kcssuth oPwTy, Iowa, ga.Je to cow* f&Wm WF Ol 9 9'PiQefc P, W-. 9,f ftftid HAY & „ ,• • W* , . , v y,-'

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