The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1895 · Page 8
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 24, 1895
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I'. ,!~^**?'S^ "^S^JSHaK*-" 8 !!?' ' * *t- J *r J% ' T*^wv?$r«36j* ' s ; : iilfe?A, IOWA^'^"' BANCROFT N 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 first-class millinery store. An experienced trimmer will do all the work in the most approved fashion, Mrs. Sarah Howe, after having 1 been very sick with scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Sabin, of Lotts Creek, visited In Cresco last Friday.' Genuine April weather wo are having, though up to date the rainfall has been very light. io*, Here is another style of our Steel Bange, with hot closet and water boiler. It has more points of superiority than any other Range on the market. Don't take our word for it, 'but investigate for yourself. A written guarantee goes with every Range sold. FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS— ^ We will make iSpecial Prices on Gasoline Stoves; Chicago & North*Western NORTH Mixed 9 Ham way freight....11 43atn passenger 4 08pm aotrin Mixed 6 07pm •way freight....8 15am passenger 203pm and BANCROFT,IA., APRIL 24, 1895 Conducted by J, A. FRECH. BANCROFT LOCALS. ;$5 Stoves for $3.50, and Others in Proportion, C. M, DOXSEE, Hardware. Winkle's Old Stand. FURNITURE! WINDOW SHADES ! PICTURE FRAMES! We have.! in stqck^ some nSw^—-7- BOC|E RAGES a^d — WALL SHELVES; Just the thing for a cheap book case. . , Complete stock of Undertaking'Goods always on hand.... ^_A, D, McGrKEGrOK, =Patterson & Son With a Full and Complete Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Flour and Feed. Kemember that we are the ones that handle that WHITE PEAKL FLOUR, which will give you satisfaction or money refunded. We have a lull line ; of Canned and Dried Fruits. IF IX NEED OF GOOD BUTTER OR FRESH EGGS, CALL ON WTERSOU & SOS, Leather Boots, Plow Shoes, Working ShoesV Fine Shoes, Heavy Shoes, ——*•— All Kinds of Boots and Shoes,.Rubbers and Rubber Boots, The Largest Stoclc ! The Best Assortment '• The Lowest Prices! IN KOSSUTH COUNTY Wo will be glad to aoe you tit any time und show you oiu 1 sroods. Everything first class uwl F. A. Patterson is putting up a largo addition to his store at German Valley, which will make it large and roomy. He reports a nice business, and while wo wore sorry to lose him from Bancroft wo wish him success. There is to bo a big race 'at Gormania Saturday between a horse of Chas Hig- loy's and a fast Germanla stood. A large number expect to go over from Bancroft. The Poverty social one week ago was a great success both socially and financially. The ladies netted about $15. They wish to extend their hearty thanks to Boettch- or & Zander for the use of their building and to the general public for their patronage. Work is being rapidly pushed ^on the addition to the Catholic church. Misses Gazelle Alcorn, Belle Wickwiro and Hattio Evans spent the Sabbath with friends at Swea'City. Miss Nora VanDorten came up from Goldfield last Monday to make a visit with her brother, E. P. VanDorten of Seneca township. Work has begun on the new Norwegian Lutheran church in Seneca. Carl Adolphson has accepted a position with Johnson & Pearson, of Swoa City. IJe will make a good man for the firm and it will make .a good place for him; Wo wish Carl success. Rev. F. M. Eldridge, state .Sunday school missionary fo. 1 the Baptists church, preached two very fine sermons at the Baptist church last Sunday. Ho isione of the finest orators in the Baptist deuomin- •iitioh. Ho raised about $35 for th'trobible work of the American Baptist Publication society at the morning service. . sv / - .Rev. and. Mrs. A. G. Ward will make. a visit to their Bancroft friends the latter part of this week. They will drive overland from Stanhope, Iowa, where Rev. Ward is located. Mrs. DebBlanchard came home from the Presbyterian hospital at Chicago last Saturday. The doctors there advised no . operation. She is feeling as well as could be expected under the circumstances. .John Williams, of Montana, is visiting his sister, Mrs, DebBlanchard, of Portland .township. Wo presume that quite a crowd from this place will attend the lecture of • ex- sSenator John J. Ingalls, of Kansas, which be held at Algona next Friday night. The Northwestern people will kindly hold ; a train at Algona until 10:30 at night in order to bring back those from this part of, the county who attend the lecture. It will be well worth hearing and a large number ought to go down, Chas. L. Boatty, special agent of the Anchor Insurance company, was in the city last week and appointed J. A. Freeh special agent for Kossuth, Hancock and Wiminebago counties for the said company. An old man named Carlisle, who lived with his children two miles northeast of Ledyard, started out with a wild broncho «,nd gun and cart for a hunting expedition to the lakes last Saturday morning. In some way the horse started to run away and the gun was discharged, the shot striking the old man at tho point of the chin, tearing off his lower jaw and entering his brain, killing him instantly, Some women saw tho horse running away and thinking something was wrong, they sent someone to find out about the old man and they found him dead, Tho old man was 80 years old and an old soldier. The coroner, Dr, Morse, came up and held an inquest the same day the accident happened. . The Phoenix house was reopened last Monday ino.rning under tho management of Messrs King and Cochran. The house ( has been cleaned up, repaired and repaint* I ed and is jjo w tn first el ass condition, • .The proprietor^ "report a fl «° business tho first day ^.f he;' the, house, was reopened, nearly unanimous vote, 43 voting for only two against. Bancroft need hot worry about the now road from Aldcn to the state line, which at first seemed in a fair way to strike this section, says tho Register. Tho engineers arc making a third survey of tho route of tho proposed road and had driven grade stakes as far as Wall Lake Sunday. From thcro, the chief of tho party informs one of our responsible citizens, they will go nearly straight north to the Minnesota line, It is supposed running through the west sides of Hancock and Winnebago counties after passing through Brltt. Nothing positive can be stated of course until they begin to lay ties, but it now appears that tho only place touched in Kos- •uth would bo the northeasi corner, whore they must cut across if they join tho road at Elmoro. PLUM „ CfiEteft, April 23.—Will Hugh Is ' having his house painted a bright'yellow. Ho likes an attractive hoffio. Dell Ferguson Is plowing for H. Warner. Who says we can't have pasture before May-first. F>od Miller is going to have ttlo laid soon, as arc quite a few others in our township. Mr. and Mrs. P, T. Ferguson have secured as competent a cook and housekeeper as can be found in seven states. Three cars of hogs Wcl'o shipped from D. Eico's place yesterday. Tho loading outfit was brought from Eagle Grovo.'-The hogs were from tho farms of D. Rico and E. P. Keith. Mrs. Jay Grover returned, today, from Wisconsin,' where she had been,to see her father, who is 80 years old and very low. Jay Grbvor is under tho weather. His old army wound is troubling him. Harrison Warner Is back from his extended visit In Illinois. : BOOK AGENTS WANTED! On liberal commission or on guaranteed salary of 840 per month. Some agents making 8100 per month. Good chance. Write to or sec A. McCUntock, state agent Britt, Iowa. Yon can let tie lowest prices on Cora Planters at The fig- i am, ^MUKfik. 'H '' ^MSfc *tt Blue Sky Fence WILL PLANT TREES. The Wesley Reporter tells the following very fair story ou a newspaper correspondent, of those Identity we are Informed: The Wesley correspondent to thoGerman- ia Standard is a rustler for news. On the 5th inst wo re-published several items taken from the first edition of the Reporter, April 10,1891. Without reference to the date the correspondent copied them and added a note of sympathy at the death of Mrs. Gill who died over four years ago. The Burt Monitor says of pur new butter maker: Jno. Hanna has secured the position as operator of the Algona Co-Op- erativo creamery. He goes this week or the first of next to familiarize himself with the new place, and will take active control about May first. John 'has-been in our creamery here nearly a year arid a half, and we predict he is the right kind of a man for the job, which' is wartb $50 per month. Somehow LuVerne has gotten the impression that Algona was anxious 1 to 'engage the LuVerne champion debaters ' in a duel of words. It is too'late in the season for argument, but if there is any question that the LuVerne people! ! \vdtild like to have the Algona people de'cide for them they probably will not ask jthe> faVorTiu vain. •• ••'••' '- -' l} ''•'•>•"• The Whittemore Champion says: C.'F. Lathrop, our genial station 'agent," received a'tnodal in the form of a Columbian half.dollar, from the management of the road, as a reward for the superior neatness and accuracy with whiclr-ho has. handled at this place. '< •:•••; A union Sabbath school was 'organized at the Center school house, Buffalo'"'twp'', last Sunday with sixty in attendance. Jacob Englehardt was elected superintendent, and Mrs. A. Schram, secretary.—Wesley Reporter. Burt Monitor: Mrs. Jessie t Beiiie has returned from Florida where she spent the winter, to Evausyiile, I'nd., where her son again enters college. School Children to Observe Arbor Day with Appropriate Ceremonies. The following program will be carried out on Arbor day, April 26th, by the public schools on their lawn at 1:80. Everybody cordially invited. ',. 1. Pupils march out of building with drum accompaniment and form in line facing the house. 2. Music by school, conducted by Miss Randall. Plant the Trees, Children. Tune—Ring the Bell, Watchman. 8. Concert recitation, pupils of No. 1. ' BUFFALO FORK. BUFFALO FOBK, April S3.—G. G. Manley and daughter, Maude,'visited in Minnesota last Saturday arid Sunday. A little daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albourne WiHse, AprUSOth. ' Mrs. Negus spoke on \Homo Mission Work at the church Sunday. A small society was organized with Mrs. Manley as president, Mrs. Bartlett secretary and Miss Fox treasurer. Everett Stahl, Geo. Stroatei 1 , Maude Whitehill and Sylvia Stahl, of Bancroft, visited at J. H, Graver's a few 'days • last week. Miss Edna Buttorfleld spent a few days with her sister, Mrs, W. J. Davison, There was German preaching services at the Buffalo Fork school house last Saturday evening. Wo understand there is talk of erecting a church in Buffalo Fork. Mr. Johnson and Mr, Horan, of Algona, were in this vicinity ou business one day last week. The Birds' Pledge. 4. Recitation, Harry Nolte and Carl Gilmore. A Spring Meeting of the Robin and Wren. , 6. Recitation by five little girls from No. 2. The Banquet of Flowers. 6. Recitation by four boysfrom No, 2. A Fruit Piece. 7. Song by pupils of Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, ancl 5.' An Anthem for Arbor Day. Tune—America. ..... .. ••:••.-... 8. Concert recitation, 'pupils No. 3. Planting a tree. ...... ''9. Branch drill, pupils of No's. 6,; ; 7, and 8V " .. iO/'Planting trees by members _. board p'f directors. There being a , ..^ iety 6f'opinion in the board' regarding the proper way to plant and care f/>r ft ; tre'd in order to have dt live, each member proposes to make a practical demonstration of h|s theory by planting a tree with; his own hands. No process patented. .... i., ,. , 11. Remarks by Geo. E. Clarke, president ,bf Board. , ..,., 12. Song by school. ' , 13. Pupils march bacK to rooms. HALF EATFS TO CLINTON. ' ' On account of the Annual Encamp- ment'of the G. A. R. at Clinton, Iowa, the. North-Western Line will sell ex- cursiph tickets at one fare for the round trip; tickets on sale May 6th to 9th inclusive, good for return until May 10, 1895, inclusive. For'••tickets and full information apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R'y.'.,. 30-32 For the annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic to be held at-Clinton, May Excursion tickets will be sol,4 by the;C. M. & St. P.'R'y at fare and one-third for the round trip. '. ' •''_ , * HOG 4 enclosed by J. A, Hamilton tfe Go's wire ' and picket fence feels proud and will thrive, The reason more of it is sold than all other kinds ptit together, is because it is a fence— That Gan be Seen: < ; It ; wiil turn all kinds of stock; it is cheap and dur- /.; abl6| easy to move. We use both oak and painted pine pickets. Call and see it. '.'.... J. A. Hamilton & Go. SPURBECK & LAMBERT • Manufacturers and dealers In Butter Tubs, Water:Tanks..' \ and. Creamery Supplies. ' Wo also do' Flailing, Matching'. Moulding. Band-sawing, Lathe Work and a general wood-working business. Engineer's Sup- S lies a specialty. Factory', near 0. & N-W epot, ALGONA, IOTVA. &RRIYAL and DEPARTURE .of .Tp»S CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, ; ' LOOAL'TRAIN BAST. No; 2 passenger.. . .10:22 a m No,. 4,passenger,, Osoopm No' 76'freight carries passengers . 8:40 p m No, 04 freight,carries.passengers... l :46 p m •'••''•iab l IN^ WEST. . : . No;ri'passenger•......"..::. 9:io am No. 9 passenger ... ,..4:24pm No;''95irBlghfcavrle3pa?sengers;.. ,6 :30 am N(J 4i '-'''-7f'lfe'iglricarrtes passengers....' 8:40 p m No. • • 93 freight carrles - pr'ssengers..... 11:55 a m •Sf Pass Pass Frei Northwestorni R'y. 90pf$ NplU^CH AND TffK^T'. mgflt.. .....!'. ,'.....;.."...•••• 8:18 a m- niger .3:32,p.-ni. it,,, .,. . 9 :30 a m '•-"™ ............ T:46pm AND KABTi'•'••• , Passenger i .^.. •.,.*.*,•, *,., -3 ;12 p m PttsseSpf <•:•#. .,?• ^i-^-i V.. 'e :0-7 pm Freight.... v.--. •• •• 9':30 am FrelKUti'fi» : .;'•'•••' ....V 2:52'P m ;.Pass l «uBersarrive'|n OUlcaRoTa. m. and a. in. Arrive in Des Mo|ne,s7 :50 aud H :30 p. otlcio.iBhoreby cial execution,, rk of - the pls Substantial JEvldonce. M given that by virtue of a oxpeutioii.'to me directed bythe Cleric of • the District. Court of Kossuth county, lowd.-'agalnst the goods, chattels, Itvntls. tenement^.-, etc, of;,B..P.:Swottlng,'0. A.'Ross, BV L. Bellsbh, P. J. Solberg, Ingrald B. Belleson and D. W'. Townsend defendants )n.-favpr'of W'- : 'L- Prank plaintiff. I will* offer atfpMbiie stiletto thb^hlghast and best bld- der,, at-the door of.the court house,' in the town of Algona. county of Kossuth, Iowa, on tho 4th day of ..May, .1895. between tho hours pf 0 o'clock a.m.; a'nd 4 o'clock p. m., on said day. all of said B..P.. gwotting, 0. A, Itoss;, B. L. Bel.lqspn and Ingrald B. Belleson tight; title and ',riterest:in and to the following described real estate, situated in Kossuth county. <tawtt; The. nprtheast quarter of Sec. No. 0. Tb'Wnship'No. 04, Kange No. 29, west QtU,.».- P}->< Kossuth county. Iowa. Sale! to conTtfence at'tho hour 'of 3 o'clock, p. m., of said day,.",;'.. • ..... Witness myu'and this 1st day of April 1895 - , '. v't' sO. 0-, S'AMSyN. Bberfff'. 27-ao'"' ; ''• •'•' ;; ' '' Kossuth O'buhty; Iowa. We Employ! Young ii Men 'TT'TT tfTTTlTV^T TTTTTTTT** * * ' *— r **••» . *T« I *tt .-- — T ments Jn part payment for u Wn graclo Aom Woyole, which we send thom on approvivl, N work donq until tUo btqyclo crjlves "'" 1 nrmn to distribute : our aavornsQ- e Q game It boys orplrls apply tftey imisfcfcp wOllreCQSJ' 'Acme .CYCLE COHPANY, | THE COUNTY AT The Swea City Herald tells as follows of a Swea wodding: Last Sunday at 10 o'clock a.m., at the Lutheran church In Swea, occurred the wedding ceremony of Sajma. Samuolson to Tneo. Anderson, Tho bride was tastily drossed for the OCT. caslon and tho couple were accompanied to the' altar by two bridesmaids And groomsmou. A reception was afterwards hold at the home of the bvide's parents where seventy-five invitations brought together a largo number of friends t'o wish the bride and groom all the happiness that life affords: The town of Leclyurd voted on the question of iucorporatio» op Tuesday p.? last woeUaud the p,rop,o$tiou , carried by a' FSNTQN, FPNTON, April S3.—Hal. Pcttibono and F. Baily were up at the lakes in Forsythe last week. They had quite a good time. Wm. Weisbrod gave h{s grinding house a good coat of paint, which makes Jt look neat. H. F. Dryer; also has been painting a few of his buildings, J, Newell joined the procession, and tho Weisbrod school house got; a good coat of paint, Painting is the main thing now-a-days. Miss Edith Wagner aud Mrs. Will Weisr brod visited relatives in Burt township. , Charley Saunders, of Bancroft, was on pur streets, Monday, buying cattle. There were quite a number of young folks at a party at Frank Newoll's,, Saturatea Sam-^I eay, Weary, yer ought to? gilsyerhaiy out, Peopte'U laugh at yep. ' . ' Weary Ways—Not wnoh. I give it to 'em flat I'm a college wan in har4 look, and me tangled looks substantiate dep story. See?-—New York World, ^g%in9t Him." CBBSCO, April 8.?.—The ftxvmors are all very busy seeding, Fred Wright, of this ptyce, smarted fOi 1 Soyamore, 111., last Tuesday cwwing &o- cowpanied by his Grandfather. . ' fljvs. JJoweu and son, K. 0. Roweu, re-^ tm-wed |roi» ^u.spati»e Jftft Fri4ay- , ' Word pomes fv^fli Ma r ^t-t*j G&tei .th^t £el(ey,'s' family p ftH well ag$« How to Make Farming Purclias^ a cheap farm with 'fertilei, soil where the climate is free from \ extremes of heat and cold; where thp^' i t sre no blizzards, droughts o,r cyclones,,, % close to the great Eastern/markets M \vhere profits will not be e&tenj; transportation, ,,.,,.. , S4 Such §rros are found W^Xfe ginia along the C. & 0. Rwlway. •:->,:*,&« Por descriptive caj,alQgue, -jaftor^tf C, B, RYAN, Ass't G, P, A,,, O. 1 ^ Qti iy, Cincinnati, O, • , , 'inSrairaS 1 ! m s=B?«f' ^\ ^ WHY SQN'T YOU i ^> ,.*•( : T-»^W« >4«

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