The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1895 · Page 8
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 17, 1895
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S EED TIME is Here; you will want good, reliable Seeds for planting. We handle , . * PERM'S CELEBRATED BANCROFT N PftttSON At. ALSO Iowa Seeds, from Rush Part ALL NEW AND FEESH- BULK OR PACKAGES. LANGDON & HUDSON, Affentsfor WHITE SWAN FLOUR:-Best on Earth. To the Ladies of Bancroft and Vicinity* I have a new stock of Millinery, including all the Latest Styles in Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, Laces, Trimmings, and in fact anything that is usually found in a flrskclass millinery store* An exper< ienced trimmer will do all the work in the most approved fashion, B^,*™. Mrs. Sarah Howe, Chicago & North-Western it»y« NORTH SOUTH Mixed 9 ilam Mixed .......... S 07pm way freight.... 11 43am way freight. ...8 IBatn passenger 4 08pm passenger 2 05pm FURNITURE! WINDOW SHADES ! PICTURE FRAMES! We have in stock some new BOOK RACKS and WALL SHELVES; , 1 \ i Just the thiug for a cheap book case. Complete stock of Undertaking Goods always on hand — ^_A, D, McG-REGOR, BANCROFT, IA., APRIL 17, 1895 Conducted by J, A. FRECH, BANCROFT LOCALS. THE COUNTY AT LARGE, Still on Deck! Patterson & Son With a Full and Complete Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour and Feed. Remember that we are the ones that handle that \ WHITE PEARL FLOUR, which will give you satisfaction or money refunded. We have a i'ull line of Canned and Dried Fruits. IF IJf XSED OF GOOD BUTTER OR FRESH EGGS, CALL ON -PATTERSON & SON, ^KjibberJBootsj Leather Boots, Flow Shoes, "Working Shoes , Fine Shoes. Heavy Shoes, ill Kinds of Boots and Shoes, Rubbers and Rubber Boots, largest Stock ! B.ept 'V* f?S • - i ; The We will „- w ,-~ — gtiow you our goods. liing 1 first olftss tincl IN KQ^SUTH QOUNTY. at ^ n y w we and, P. &», UUNO. BSTABMBBBP 1880. J, J, RYAN. (Successors to Q, li. Dealers, Algona, Iowa, «<iW8 of tUe BapypMUAJf that AVM have esU'Wdlwy faclU- iJvoYe4 laucl in Northern Iowa, and we invie everbo We wish to ftunouuee to tMe reader of the *w»r,v«»>;i*v-»« »»«v « * ««TD ?*„„,..,.,.„.., „_„,., lies jfor tUe selling ot terms au.4, unimproved lauds in NortUern Iowa, and we Invite everybody •feo wishes to dispose of tfiejr property, to call on us at our office In Algoua or to correspond. f ASSaoftMspwgopewwebavealwgeourabtroIoiwtoraersfronj ttie e r- *-* "B ready to co»eout»ndae9viroapleQeonowa_8oUatrea80pf M " •"•'"<" ite.^ 4 >f m wSt t0 ** y<W F<Wty ^oBWSftBafy A new jeweler arrived at the home of A. Sundstrom last Saturday morning. All are doing well. Alex says the new man will be ready to repair any and all kinds of jewclery and watches In a very few years. Annie Smith, of Germania, visited at Dr. Howe's last Monday. Dr. Howe preached at the school house in Germania last Sunday. Miss Llnderman spent Sunday with relatives and friends in Elmore, Minn. Mrs. Sarah Howe has a bran new stock of spring millinery which she advertises in this issue. Miss Linderman, of St. Paul, does tho trimming and guarantees good work. Look up her ad. Anton Wilmcs has his new blacksmith shop nearly completed. S. N. Cleveland, of Seneca, has a very sick baby. Married—At tho homo of the bride's parents in Relnbeck, la., by Rev. W. L. Bryant on Easter Sunday morning, at 10 o'clock, Mr. Jas. V. Coleman, of Bancroft, and Miss Ella Brown, of Reinbeck. The newl f married couple arrived at Bancroft, their future home, last Monday evening and wore tendered a reception by the Epworth League of the M. E. church. They were presented with two beautiful oak rockers as a token of the good will and esteem of that organization. Mr. Coleman has lived in and near Bancroft since boyhood and is very well and favorably known hero. The bride receives a ihear'ily. welcome in Bancroft by the many friends of the groom and herself. May their life's journey be ever happy and prosperous is the wish of the Naw's man. The foundation is being laid for the addition to St. John's Catholic church. The addition will be 36x30 and 18ft. posts which will make the building 30x96ft. altogether. There will also be a very nice spire between 70 and 80 feet high in which will be placed the two bells purchased last year. The bells can be heard for 10 miles when placed in the new spire. The gallery now in the church will be moved into the new part. Father Schemmel is very much gratified at the liberal donations that have been made for the new addition. St. Johns church now has a membership of 140 families and Father Schemmel says that if wo have a good crop here this year that said number will bo increased to 175 families before another year. After this Father Schemmel will be at home at the parsonage on Mondays and Fridays at from 3 to 6 o'clack to any one Catholic or non Catholic who wishes any istruction or information or who wishes to ask any question about the Catholic church or its doctrines or history. R. W. Barge is now permanently located at Boettcher & Zander's old stand in the flour and feed business. He will office with P. M. Barslou. J. B. Can- has moved with his family in-, to tho old Ostrander residence and J. G. Graham and family have moved into Mr, Carr's former place of residence. The Bancroft W. R. C. will give a poverty social in tho building just vacated by tho Register tonight where the following rulds an regulaslmns an prowgran will beobcorved: I—evo.-y woman wat kums must walr akaliker dres an oapern to be apropriate, II—know gont with a bild shirt and dood .kqller is aloud to kuro on- less he pais a find, Finds for, wimmln: no apern, ear rings, finger rings, specticlos, silk dros, wsil dress, now dres, brospln, store toath for men or wimroin. Finds for men; blaked butes, segars, chawin gumb pr baker, creased trousures, spoon- Ing, roakin sh'eeps'eyeg jtf. tkQ gurls pr actiuupi Al} fljidg iyill ; 'l>e,5 c ' ense °x c epfc, silk drea wljj >b'e gs $$ 'an spooling 10 cts. at the door fer grown up adults, the lltle children will be nothiu just wipe there deer litle knoses an bring urn a long. Kum I kum all. You can get the lowest prices on Corn Planters at The Wigwam, The Elmore Eye is responsible for this census item about one of our Hebron township farmers: "Fred Dolliver has a brood sow that beats the record for anything within our knowledge. Sho has a litter of 17 pigs, 14 of which are living. Thos. Russell, who lives near Wesley, tells the Reporter that ho never knew the ground to bo in as excellent condition for spring seeding as this year. The LuVerne News requests: "All those who are not quarantined please arise." It is to bo hoped that tho diphtheria will all bo eradicated from LuVerno and tho bac- cilli completely exterminated before July, when tho county medical seclety meets there. The doctors should not bo carelessly exposed. There are some people atLuVcrne, how- over, who are not being carried off by contagious diseases, and a few 7>f those who are spared-went down to Livermoro and overcame tho loud talkers of tho latter town in high debate on tho financial quesr tion, and according to the decision then and there rendered, on tho "weight of. argument," tho silver question will bo the principal one In the presidential contest, not excepting who shall have tho postof- fice. Tho Burt Monitor says that Alvln Hodgson put in a bid on tho mail route from Burt to German Valley and was awarded tho contract for the next four years,, commencing July 1. Bert Sigsby has hired out to Mr. Hodgson for this year and will work on the farm three days and carry the mail the other three. TheCorwith Hustler says that Miss Carrie Colburn Is the teacher in the Clap- iaddle district west of that town. The Wesley Reporter chronicles as follows one of those interesting social events which so pleasantly diversify the lives of the young people: "Saturday evening as Bert Eddy was about to meander up «the wooden hill for tho night to '-be embraced in the arms of morpheus quite a clatter was heard outside and a loud rapping at the door, and before ho could really open it in marched a score of his young friends who had come to surprise him. Sleep was forgotten and a couple of hours a splendid good time was had by all, even though it was raining hard outside." A German Valley correspondent regrets that Supervisor B. F. Smith left his Ram-; say township farm, fearing that township's roads will not get the attention they Should have. Mr. Smith, however, has a reputation as a ; live man and an "all- around" supervisor, and nobody need fear that he will fail to attend to his duties. Supervisor Chubb, says the LuVerne News, was down there last week and was the guest of Supervisor Barton. The two gentlemen had boon out viewing a location for tho now bridge across the river at' Devine's. Tho new bridge will probably be located on the road running oast and west past the Northwestern depot, "Telephone connection with Algona,". says tho Wesley Reporter, "would be a great boon to our business men, and we are inclined to believe the investment would be a paying one," Wo should say. 'The Baptist ladles gave a very good as well as a very profitable dinner and Supper last Wednesday. Mark Boyle is off on a tour of inspection to Colorado. Mike McDonnell had a very lively runaway yesterday with Will Lull's team. Mike caine very near being seriously hurt, being thrown Out aiid striking on one shoulder. The buggy was completely paralyzed, We overheard tho following dialogue the other day: "Hey, Berry I When are you going to pay me for that straw, Berry? Now your father, the elder Berry, would not have been such a goose, Berry. He Would have paid me before it Was due, Berry; Now don't let me give you ahoth* er dun. Berry, or you and I may have what some people call a jam, Berry, aiid you'll find things pretty blue, Berry. Remember I'm at your service, Berry, and if you carry this thing too far you'll find me a regular old dog. Berry." Mrs. Albin's mother is with her. Mrs. Albin is much improved. Mrs. Hotchkiss is on tho sick list. Our city is getting quite metropolitan. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkes were over from Algoua Sunday visiting at tho latter's son's, Dr. Paul. • Lookout for a wedding in tho near future—mind what wo tell you now. Easter services at the Baptist church as well as other churches hero were very appropriate and pleasing. Miss Whltehorn has a very creditable stock of fine millinery in the I. d Johnson building on the corner. Wo judge her enterprise is well appreciated by tho number of ladies there every day. BUFFALO FORK. BUFFALO FOBK, April 9.—Miss DeEtta Randall bop an her school in tho Fox district this week. Miss Flossie Smith, of Burt, spent a few days at E. B. Eddy's last week. A 0-pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. T. Fox. Farmers in this neighborhood are nearly through seeding. April 10, 1895.—Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Chipman visited relatives in Bancroft a few days last week. Misses Cassio and Nora McEnroe, Myra Chipman and Emma Jain begin their summer terms of school this week. Mrs. Small and daughter Daisy expect to leave this week for Winnebago, Minn., where they will make thoir future home. A. E. Giddings and lady, of Wesley, visited at Mr. Rlngsdorf's Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Blanche Davlson begins her school in the Manloy district this week. Mrs. Jay Grover started last Friday for Wisconsin, being called there by the illness of'her father. C~J B.'F. Reed was in Portland one day last week. TheiL.iA. S. will meet with Mrs. G. G. Manloy this week Saturday. E. B. Eddy returned yesterday from his trip to Missouri. FENTON. BURT. Buivr, April 10— John Hanna .of this place has boon secured to run theCo-oper- atiye creamery of Algona. He is a steady and industrious young man. He is the son of Thos. Hanna, our popular butcher. Ho has worked in the creamery hero for the past year. Wo congratulate the patrons of the creamery on securing so able a butter maker. The new excavation for the new bank Is nearly completed. . • ... A. C, Cady has just completed a house for James Roibhoff in the south part of town. John Daniels moved into his now house yesterday. Dr. N. A. Baker, of PosMoines, is in town. ' C, F. Miller is about to sell his lots on; street to Fred Kapka, -V, J^.Shaeffei' is also tWiWng of liiij? his lot on MaJivstrjeei to his lot next tg " FENTON, April 10.—Fred Johnson has his house moved and will soon have .it ready to move into. Mr. Johnson has lost one of his best horses. He worked it in the afternoon and when he went homo it dropped dead. John Weisbrod is another man who has lost a gpod horse. It got cut all up in the wire fence. Jacob Light has put up a new wind mill. He also boasts a now drilled well. Nearly all the schools have started again for tho summer term. Miss Edith Wagner teaches the Newell school, Mamie ; Anderson the Webster school, and Nellie O'Rell the Weisbrod school. Miss May Weisbrod will open her school in Forsythe Monday. John Kliuglehofor, Mrs. F. Bailey and Mrs. C. Rusk were visiting their parents in Whittemore tho first of tho week. BOOK AGENTS WANTED! ; On liberal commission or on guaranteed salary of §40 per month. Some agents making $100 per month. Good chance, Write to or see A. McCHutoclc, state agent Britt, Iowa. 1.1. M. Fintteil and Miss liinchon have been spending a few days with friends at Got With. Mrs. Archie itutchisou afid heif depart this eveaidg for Louisiana to join the head of the family. They will be accompanied by Itoscoe Call. Geo. Bookman, who is itt the real estate business at West Bend, was in AlgOna Monday. He was formerly a Northern Iowa 1 Normal School student Mrs. Ed. Williains visited her datigh s ter Bessie, Who is in school bear pti* buque, returning here the first of the Week. Wm. JE< Sifert drove over from Spell* cer Saturday to visit his parents* He had not been in Algona for four years. Mf. and Mrs. L. j. Rice and children started on their trip east Monday evening. They go to Wasco, 111., the home of Mr, Bice's parents, and latet to Greencastle, Ind,, where the parents of Mrs, Bice reside. Mr, Bice Will be absent probably a month, and the rest of the family longer, John Haupert, of Ramsey township, was a caller at the BEPXJBLICAN office Saturday. Mr. Haupert is the assessor of that township, Andy B6bilJs"ou"anorwi*fe7 of Britt, spent Sunday in Algoua, visiting relatives and friends. George Richards and Frank Hales drove over from Britt Sunday morning and visited friends in this city, returning in the evening. Emmetsburg Reporter: AlexPeddie received a cablegram Thursday, April 2, containing the sad intelligence of the death of his sister, Miss Clara Peddle. She was matron in a London hospital and fell dead while attending to her duties, as usual. Her death was caused by a clot of blood on the brain. Mrs. G. L. Carroll, of Union township, returned the first of the week from Winona, Minnesota, where she went to attend the funeral of her brother, Jas. Beckwith Soboleski, who died suddenly in Chicago, extended notice of which is given in another column. The Fort Dodge Post says of two of Algona's young men: "J. Lee Porter and Frank Chandler were down from Algona Thursday. Lee is now doing abstract work in the office of Haggard & Peek at'Algona, and it is useless to say that lie can do more of that kind of work and in a neater way than any other man in Iowa. Mr. Chandler is the office man for Lund &Ryan and is one of the leading young men of Algona." See that "Bramble" at the Opera House Grocery. Owners of horses will be pleased, to learn that L. T. Martin, of Livermore, will be on hand again this spring to engage in his old occupation. Wait for him.—28-30. . . • i •. The .Opera House Grocery is the place to find "Economy." Don't buy a pump until you get our prices.—SPUKBECK & LAMBERT. Farm machinery to trade for colts. JOHN G. SMITH. We will save you money on hose and hose fittings.—SPURBECK & LAMBERT. THAT NEW MAP. The REPUBLICAN has begun printing edition of ; its map of Kossutn county. This map shows the railroads, the railroad towns and the townships. It is just what all land dealers shpuld have. It is printed either in tints or in black. Prices will be given on application. All the townships having now been named, the time has come when a map of permanent value can be made. HOUSE FOE RENT. Apply to F. W. Waterhouse.—27-28 Had to Have .It. The Best Steel Fraie Corn Planters at The Wigwam. Black goods a specialty at Taylor's. '"./NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS, Notice is hereby given th^t the proposals for the erection of a school bowse ip Sub-Pistrict No, B, iii the township, of Hebron, in the county of Kossuth, will be received by tho undersigned at his home in Hebron, where plans and specifications "You say we. must try to gefc along with only necessities, mid hero you come borne from your olub in tv cab," "Tha'e a-r ARRIVAL anl PEWUBB o! : TRW OBJQAQU, MILWAUKEE AND ST. No, 2 passenger,. ., ,,,,.,40:33 ft W No, |pwsenjer,, .I,,/. . a i? n0 P» NO, 7« freight carries passengers -. ?;40pm No, H freight carries passengers..• I ;W P » mm TO WAV on j (First; mortgages , April 16.— Corry Ridgway gotacorobaticallyiincllned one day last wee,k and tried to turn a double somer* sault with the buggy seat under him and a gun in his hands, with the result of a. broken gun and almost a broken neck. The feat was undertaken because of the team being startled at the sow4 of his gun. • Must he more caref ul, Qorry, . . • Pr. 4daras, our genial denjist, aU9W>4 the barber to tranpform Wm intw a vwy good looking Norwegian. Jf you doij't fee lleve it get the toothache and gQ to binru Weisbeek's success with bis bike may be expressed, in thepagq asaertlQQ " tjsie me iiW 0> hear, sQm,e T e-tljn trow m,e, 'anytime heap Jmi l pent." " o«y,iovfcw8wrthe w j&&oB?l5K lSTtenem e l^ W,& r && fwtttw.ft 'ants '" 'V v.,,.,.< M- IM,..-•••.<IM , -f-M .».«./» " -

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