The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on June 19, 1895 · Page 8
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 19, 1895
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'*'*•', :A f HE RMPttBtiOAS, A1.W0SA, IOWA. WfcMfESDAi', JtBfE IS, is*. Grand Cooking Exhi'oiU> We extend a cordial invitation to every woman in Kossutli Comity to attend the cooking exhibit at our store on Saturday and Wednesday aitereoona, beginning next Saturday;, We want you to see our " '• in operation and taste the product of its oven. Its the finest thing in the line of a.steel range ever exhibited in Algona, We don't want you to take our word for- it but come and be convinced by a personal inspectipn. Do not forget the days—Saturdays and Wednesdays at three o'clock. C. M.DOXSEE, Hardware. If in Need of *•'•-•"*, j *>. * • "" ii **• \ Call- and tsed whatxwe carry irtitrfd I , , . , . , - • ;p . y . H |f | ' J Our aim is to please,-and in doing so • ' ' ;•>.•••'• Garry* THE BEST, LANGDON - & f I:. Here We Afel WITH A .... n Fresh Line of Groceries, OAMED aOODS, DBJED FBUITS, WK HAVE .JUST RECEIVED':^"' New Pattern in Queensware^yic's Gilt, v W« also carry a full line of Glassirislfe^iprockery, Etc. Try a sack of the best 'Flour i% ? .Alg;6na—WJp.ITJ} PFABL. Call and be convinced mm W sell goods as cheap as any firm iu town. ••-'#*• PUTTER ANP EQGS SBSON-.&- NORTH ilxed 9 Ham way freight—) 1 43am assenger 4 08pm The Republican and State Register, . $1.8 * - < • . . - - * KJ The Republican and Inter" Ocean, , , $1,85 The Republican and N, I, Tribune, , ||5 BANCROFT NFWR LiJ/nLl ^l\ig^l iv«/jr 1 L II L~t VV <w To the Ladies of Bancroft and Vicinitys I have a new stock of Millinery, incltidiiig all the . Latest Styles in Mats, Bonnets, Mowers, Laces, Trimmings, and in fact anything that is usually found in a first'class millinery store. An expel-- ienced trimmer all the work in the .most approved fashion. , IOWA Mrs, Sarah Howe. Chicago ifc North-W'isteirli SOtlTh Mixed 5 07pm way freight....8 15atn passenger .. .i.205pin BANCROFT, I A,; JUNE 19, 1895. Conducted by J. A. FRECH. BANCROFT LOCALS. T. H. Conner. Algona'i architect, was n the city attending to the plans for the lew Exchange IJank yesterday. The Bancroft ball club went to Swea City and took part in the hottest game of ball of the season on Friday'last. Our boys were defeated by a score of 7 to 0. The reason of their defeat was that a small boy pichcd up a passed ball which et in two scores that could easily have been stopped by the Bancroft catcher had the boy let the bt.ll alone. Joe Murray, of the firm of Sheridan Bros. & Murray, is the manager of our club and the boys are going to get out and practice and learn to jlay together. TheGermauia club is expected over this week, when we presume our boys will get proper revenge far., 'the oss of the game to Swea City by no fault of theirs. The Bancroft club will, play Algona on their home grounds on Jatly. 4. The Exchange Bank of Bancroft is open for business in the Alcorn building. . \V. J. Studley, the AlRona druggist, spent the Sabbath with Bancroft friends. "I have a 105 acre improved farm for sale with'iu.'a''miles of Bancroft. Terms very reasonable. J. A. Freeh. The Epworth League Social last Friday evening was a success. The society 'netted about &>. We believe Sanj Mayne's- chances for the nomination,for representative are the best of any candidate in the field. He-is .a man'whom eyeryone could trust and'°'a Juaii Who is thoroughly acquainted >vl£h th« needs of Kossuth county, which he 'has learned from a long and honorable busi ! ness career in this county. We are for Sam first,' last and always. Henry Gotildc has bought out, Joe Weld's interest in the firm-of A. Mayor & Co. -Success to the-new firm. Our kid nine wont. to, Swea City last Saturday to play the Armstrong kid- nine, biit as they did not an appearance they played the Swea City, kid nine; and the'score stood 47 to 9 in favor of Bancroft. Rev. G. Wi Peares, formerly of Liver-, more, la,, preached both morning and u\> ening at the Baptist church. He had .fair congregations. Everyone that heard him. seemed well pleased with his sermon. We understood ho is to preach here again next Sunday. ' Mrs. E. C. Anderson and son Morse left for Hildreth, Neb., lust Monday where ,they will'remain for some time for the benefit of Morse's health. We hope he may ha-vea speedy and permanent recovery.' , y. JS T . Saldin hus his new upright to his residence nearly completed. Crops neverl.ocjkod the whole history of Kossuth county than at present, so tlio old settlors say. Mrs, S. S. Wartman, of Algona, was in the city looking after business pertaining to her land ouo day last week. The Bancroft Cooperative Creamery will be rumiing in full blast next Monday, and as a largo amount of milk lias been pledged it will be a success from tlio start, Farm'ors, bring in your milk and you will receive as much for it as any creamery in the.county will pay. Mayor Peat, of Swea City, was in Ban- rcroft yesterday on o.fHcial business. Mrs. T. .A. WilsQii, of Buffalo Center, spent a fow hours in this city yesterday. C. J. Lenander will represent theFarnV ers and Traders' Bank at the Banker's ConvoDtion to'bo hold at'Storm Lako next week. D. U. Crowoll left for Plattovillo, Wisconsin, yesterday, to attend a class reunion of tlio Plattovillo Normal School. Tho reunion will bo of the class of '73. Mr, C, expects to have a/royal good tin'io. ; .For Sale—4 tracPof 700 acrosof iruprov-- ad land in one qf.tho bost townships of Kossuth county. See J, A. Freeh. Old Mr. and .Mrs. Sarchott are now nicely settled in the home of their son, T. \\> Sarchett. It is pleasant to know that their later years will be spent in so pleasant a home. They have been married (H years and are quite. feeble. Mrs. J. B. Sobolcsid and daughter, Dollio, are visiting at the home of her. brother in law, Goo. L. Carroll. Mr. .Sarchett is building an ud'ditlim to his housi 1 . Henry Thompson and family visited at Joseph Thompson's Sunday. Mrs. Jas. Talbot, of Cresco, visited this week at Mr. Mulhair's. : Mr. and Mrs. C, Byson entertained yultc a company Sunday. By the way, Mr. Byson is making for himself a beautiful rural home, and seems to be a thorough farmer. •Mi 1 . Bohn has put up a windmill in his pasture. Robt. Leason will also erect a mill. , ' Tim man tliat prophesied a drouth has left the country, or at least, every one you meet says: "I told yon wo'd ha.vo plenty of rain." ,..-.• LOTTS CKEEK. - ••• j LOTTS CRKKK, June 17.— Everything ; is| lovely. ' Our blacksmith, Melka, has sold out his shop and tools to a man from Burt. We; did not learn his name. He will move the shop south, just west from the creamery.; It will be handier. Now. if we could move our postofflce down there, we from the' south would not have to go so far for our' mail.' • '' • ' John Shalien and Chas. Ponlpe are each- building a large barn, So is Win. Geilen- ! feldt. ,. • '- .; : .Frank Pompe has hod two' rooms papered and painted inside. O.' E; Mihkler did the -work. N.C.Taylor got lumber for a porch last fall and has got the wall and floor laid, Keep on. You tire. doing well, " l<:: L. A. Taylor is .in: ;ior.therh Minnesota looking at land. He ; is well suited and will -probably locate before returning. • : Bum.-, June 11.—Geo. E. Marble has put pa new awnibg in frbht of his store, .and . Fi Miller will provide his harness shop, vith one. ' : J. M, Cowan began work on the.foiinda- ion of Fred Koepka's bui|dlng yesterday. Win. Peck and wife go tiiis morning to Hear Lake for a week. A party consisting of C. H. Slagle, Wilbur Hodgson, Fred'Shadier, Clark CoiHn >., and Geo. Hawkiiis went to the lakes 'riclay, ro'tt'irning Sunday evening. They eport a good time and caught lots of fish. Children's day was observed at the M. . church last Sunday. Tho exorcises ver« very good. PX.UAI CHEEK'. ' " PLUM CRKKK, Juno 13.—Henry Warner, f Sonecii, was down to see his. mother, 'Grandma" Warner, Thursday. He re>orts the Seneca creamery as booming. It akos in from 25,000 to 45,000 pounds of nilk daily, which brings (50 cents per 100 lounds. Ex-Treasurer Rice returned Saturday rom his,East Chain fishijig expedition ,nd reports a grand good.£time and -.good tick. G. W. Pangburn hauled in out of he wet a 10K pound pickerel. It, was hi'ee foot two in length. Plum Creek's four-legged chicken is till up and around and apparently quite lea'rty. Si G. Maine says ho has the best show or a good corn crop tliat ho has had for cveral years. That is what everybody lay.s • - -, : What effect did tiling have on the rain iunday?. I guess we don't have to have a Irouth just because someone writes in a magazine that.tiling creates a desert. • W. L. Bohn says, "Plank down 83,000 nd 1 will seilmy 80." -What's the mater with old Kossuth? , • Fred Miller is having,the inside of-his louse.painted and grained; NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES. ;.FfiXTOX, June IS.— : Born, to 'Mr', and Mrs. Andrew Hayenga, a boy 'baby. •'•'"'•'Wm. Slainer. who ^recently *pnt in' 'Hi drilled well, has put up a windmill. tp Quite a. number of ^cisterns iwere biiilt last week. Ail intend to catch rainwater. Hayenga Bros, were shelling corn in Forsythe last week. ' -.;/•' •-••'••• Mrs. John Reed, of Cylinder, 'was- ; vlsi't* friends in these parts last week. Quite a number attended the. -party at Bocker's last Saturday night/ • ' ' f; BUKT. ; BUKT, June IS.—Mr. Cowan 1 is progres- sing.iinely with the' foundation for F. Kocpka's building. •••'" ' ' '; " The Children's day exercises at -the Presbyterian-church last Sunday were- a 'decided success. The was nicely decorated and the recitations aud singing were as good as wo have ever been permitted to listen to. Mrs. C. Slagle and children visited with relatives in Algona from Friday to Monday. Charlie rode down Saturday night on his "bike." Charley Sarchett was on our streets today. Tho merry-go-round'left for \Vesley today' John Koepka will build a dwelling on the lots lie purchased of Geo. Grok.. S. M, Ferris will do the carpenter work, W. M. Stock-well has his building in- closed. The Baptists will .have a, Jug after preaching service next Sunday, to decide whether they will continue meetings here or return to the schoo house east of town. AH the members .are requested to bo present. Remember the graduating exercises Friday night at the M, E. church, at o'clock. ; J"uno 18.— -Andreiy and have a ^iato^ ifi'om Oleweiu, visiting them', Ji N.,.W)ieelerau<J family have retuvnod to Gennania, after a'pieasant visit among friends an4 .relatives in IJnion. : Chas. Ji jiotius is oxpected liouto fj'om Missouri this .wee^k. Wo all hope ho will not fiud anything to suit him better than Kossuth. Grant a.nd L.ynn Salisbury uro giv)ng tliojr house ft coat of pajnt. Jn,o. ReibUott's little girl, Jauetto, is m,uch better »nd tl\el;d 'is ubw a 1 new lease' . Mrs. JAQ- JJansojj', on 'the Eusigu* farm, been ve^-y sJc'K"l)ut (9 now bettor, FORK, FORK, June 1-7,—Quite a num ber of Portlandites took in the Minneapolis excursion last week., * :" *.-, ' Miss-Myra Chipmau closed her school Buffalo Fork last Friday, Mr, and Mrs, Wm, Blakebean and Miss Erma Barslou, of Bancroft visited at, Mi' F.arrQw's last Sunday, ' ' . '' Miss'Lju Smith 'spent (ho'Sabbath wJtl her parents in AlgQIia- ., • Mr, and Mrs. Groyer and two youwges ^hijdron, Mr, and/Mrs.. ChlpwiaiV &U.4 so ' Chancy, attended th,e G. A, R. reunion a ;'C|ear Lako last week, j\jr> ajvjj' Mrs. 1 'Chip laan will visit frjo,n4s in, Oextor, Minn, -before their return. , jfrs,, J). B., E4d.y sppnt.a, few days in Al gqija-last w*el<. , **( •••• .. 'M.Jss ?fettie* Owen'clasps ,her school ji tljo home district next week, Prof. Barslou and. family visited rela tioijs in Portland last week. Jiev. Fallautyre, the evangelist, preach ed at the Poan eUurph last . MjF. an,d ^rs 1 . Fred^Ring8(Jor( and faroi l/}v<yij,to Wesl^ I'a'st Satu^ay to b siii at tli, ;is$"RpsB ' *' *C.' ('>•'•' '(' • Mr. and Mrs/tVill DavisoTi spent the iabbath with relatives'in'Bttft. Mr. Eddt has rented his farm to parties ivfng ticaf Irvington. He intends tosot- 1e in Missouri this fall. Buffalo Fork lifts V rie\v butterrnaker vho liails froiti.-Spli'it-Lake. ' Wedfd "riot earn his name. Lbo Tibbits has a posi- ioh in the Seneca creamei'J-;" Albottrne Wiltse's hl^ed man had the nisfortufic to get his arm'brokenjast Sat- ii-clay by the kick of a hoi-se., Dr. Bean vas called immediately and set|'the;'.."brok- ii bones. He is getting along wqll at present. • • ' "'' Guy Gidclings, of Wesley, spont a week' vith his slater, Mrsf. Ringsdorf.. . ' ' . Tuuibled Eighteen Feei. } ' Swea Cj^Herald:,"; Mrs., Arthur Kester vent to the well ouaday. last Week, and ;qt some butter for.supper; and .in isome vay'fe'il- in.'^Her husband -went t,6' see vhat had.become of .her und found her standing in .a, foot and true-half of water, inhurt.'' The well was about 18 feet deep. ' ,"' .Setting,the Stakes. ':••'• Ledyard Leader: G. A..Tellier, of Air gonij,,'county surveyor,,..has been .doing work for Ex-Goy. Larrabeo for sometime th' headquarters at .Ledyard^'.-: Last week'lid laid out a beautiful cemetery for this place .-just northwest of..the city./.'Led- vard is making steady steps in all .things that appertain to the making of .a. tirst- las's'towh. ' "'' ' ; A Spilt Milkuiui). West Bend Advance: A rather severe taishap befell Barney. morning while -coniing. to v . town 'with milk. When near the 'corner; of Peter Habeger's f rtr'm he saw Charley Stover driving -from the south, and in order that he: might .get in ahead of him. Barney started his team into a pretty fact p^ace. While driving thus 'rapidly the entire out/It went off- a little bridge, throwing Barney out, upsetting the wagon and spilling the milk cans hi every direction. It was a sorry looking ine'ss that Barney behold when he picked himself up and began to straighten the cans that were rapidly losing' their precious contents, Mr. Ruch was not injured* wo are glad, to note,. though he lost about 000 pounds of milk and arrived at the creamery a little later than lie might have don'e, ' . Who ha? a lafge hwd of this breed.. ftotthern towa-ls noted' to exporting flhe< live stb'ck and Mr. Wui'tman can fpel ! ns- til'ed of liavlng the best bit tfer fyrtadnfors ivot; raised. —Germn nia Standard. ^ It tvill ipay you to buy .wall paper nfc Stddley's - IFL , Artesian well contractor. I have the only able steam drilling machine owne'd in the ounty; sink wells for writer supply .for owns, cities^ahd railroad's. . Special at- ention to farm -well work. Estimates made. I employ only expert driller's; Address. A. F. DAILKY, ALGONA, IOWA. A Wesley The marriage of Mr. A. E.'Gidd Jugs and Miss Rose Colby is announced to, take place next Sunday afternoon,. The young epuplearetoo well and favorably known to need any extended romtvrks,',tJib grooin being our efficient assistant postmaster, and the bride the oldest and accoinplishoc daughter of Mr, and Mrs, W, M', Oojby They will commence housekeeping in the copy residence just erocUKl by Mr. Grid dings in Colby's addition, In behalf of their many friends the Reporter extends congratulations,— Wosloy Reporter. * I nil) tin Jteiiuit itt Sweii City. W.'H, CajupbolJ is unearthing a lot o Indian relics out PU Mi farm adjoining town on the west. His first Hud was \ sort of war club madu out of a boulder 'which he placed in the drugstore window, ,fje has now added to the exhibit a perfect jnojiel for sloping moccasins over, two corn-grinders which have their ha,nd)os> broken off— one showing that it has hax eausiderablu use. Those aro all from bou.ld.ers aud busfdes showing OH the part of the former inhabitants o this territory, they must have, hud and, understood the working of those hun AWINIS9ATM NOTICE, Notice Is bej-ebj'Ki yen that tlie luulersi Iws been HppointB4 inul Ims qmilUiecl its roiulstrator<i{tUe estnte of /Jndej-s aiul' tafva ErlcUson, late of KossutH comity. depeased. AH pej'sons In «uy m«nner { ea to sa|U es^te will make Immediate, ment to (he luiderelgueil j »nd tlvose ti claims agaujst flie hsid estate win file wi tli the clerk tiCtUodismci Qgiut ot Ki comity, Iowa, as ijcovUlea by ln>v, d»!y ** , P»tt>a this H d^y of Juue,-4, p/l ' B, touomejUs, eto..«nYja. H, mu uwcs MJ ww wj.wg.« m.u ( ,i> s }a.«tW jiuflwpiw H<*W.j'ieMl f Club Mouse Coffee afc & Hudsotfs. Once tasted will cause you to visit our fountain often. -'•:.• - : , W. A. Ladendorff The Confectfoneiv ; WATER PAY. OSEWALL, PAINTER and PAPER-HANGER. Ptistul card orders promptly attended to. 0. ROSEWALL. • kftV M)Efe j.wuis,,,^ii^xij> " w Why, E. C. TUTTLE, of course." , IOWA. & LAMBERT Mariu fiicturers and dealers iri Butter Tubs,. Wafer ' Taiiks ''.. " ;;;;:"., .ajid "Creamery Supplies/ We also do Planing. Matching, * Moulding. RndTSiijwing/.'.LaJh'e Work iBrtd a general ood-workntfe'" business. Engineer's Sup- Engineer' plies a sp«?Q,l.a.XtY. .-Eaetor-y neaif- 0.- ft -N-W -' AEGONA , IOWA. ^ilQlosedby.J. — r _.___. r _ jb'ii- i& Co^s ~wire ( and.... picket fence feels . proud, and' will thrive. - Tile reason more of'it is . sold than all other-kinds put together, is because it is a fence—,..,.. That-Can be-Seen: W it will turn all kindy of stock; it is cheap and dur* ; able 1 ; easy to move,, We use both oak and painted . pine pickets, Call and see it, U, Hamilton & Co, IOTICB TO CONTRACTORS, Hlds >vUl'be received at the uuditor'sofflue until July 1st for the building: of vaults fpi- elerk ftncl ftudltoy, ] J ftns und bpeoifloatlons on ttle at this office, p. D. UAI.HINS, Co. Auditor,

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