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Ambrose A. Call, President. P. H. Hntcliins, Viee-Prcs. Win. K. f erguson, Cishiet. C. D. Smith. AsS't.ORsh. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. ALOONA, IOWA. $ao»000i Rtmiey on hand to loan at reasonable ratfcS to parties who furnish, first-class security 'Directors—1». U. HntchlnS, S. A. f"effctiS6«i Philip tJortfreller, P. H. VcSjier, Ambrose A. Call, K. H. Spencer, Win. K. Ferguson. CASH CAPITAL—$50,000,00. OFFICERS AND A.«. Clarke, Pros., o. 0. Oliiibb, Vice Pres., Tlios. II. Lan try. Cashier, (ieo I, GHlbrattli. Krert M. Miller, Myron Sclienck, Tlios. F.Cooke. Algoun, town. GENERAL BANKING- Private Safety Deposit Vaults. Interest Paid for Time Deposits, W. President. Tlieo. Ohfischitles, Lewis H. SniHh, Vice President. Cashier • o' ALGONA, IOWA. Incorporated under genera! liv domestic exchange bought a'.'d solo. ness transacted. Vassase i.;c,\els to or from \<"3 c u CU.KH/ -a *. Directors—W. H. Mr.;hum. .John (J. Smiih. .1. B. Jones, T. W. tt'adswortb. B:i n<?< I'HV rn CAPJ.TAI* 9CO,OOO. Deposits received, inooe'-loane' 1 foreign and inti.-.« J:."L','II,?'I,.VRD<' a general banning bmi- 'i! i>n.i-m'j.« s.V I f.ij M r ?8C I'a'BS. :.ci.. :ss. Leu is IT. Bmllb.J. R. M. Uiclimond, Fres. , F. Smith, Vice Pres. A. II. Richmond, Uasbier. C. .f. Lcnander, Ass't, Gash, BANCROFT, Incorporated under the laws of the State of Iowa, plti Traders' Savings Bank IOWA. None but home capital Inverted. Authorized capital, 550,000. Foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, and a general banking business] transacted. Special attention given to collections. Insurance written, steamship ' m e KKOTOKS-)T. M. r °&?chmond. N. E. Sheridan, A. H. Klchrnend. B. F. Smith. Samuel Maync.C. K. Mallory, ,T. N. Sheridan. DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCES Abstracts of Title. Our books arc thoroughly complete. None but experienced abstractors has ever written a word in thorn. Our work is done by competent persons, and is guaranteed. Good work will cost you no more than poor. Bring your work to us and you may be siire you get what you pay for and take no chances. ESTRE-\LESTATE FOANS, FARMS AND WiLD LANDS. HAY & RICE Opera House Block. Algona, Iowa. Abstracts of Title Real Estate s Loans, and Insuranee. ecessary BANCROFT NEWS. To the Ladies of Bancroft and Vicinity: I have a new stock of Millinery, including all the Latest Styles in Hats, Bonnets, Mowers, 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. BANCROFT, IOWA. Mrs. Sarah Howe. Chicago & North* Western N014TM Mixed ....• 9 Ham way freight.... J1 43am passenger 4 08pin SOWTitt Mixed 6 07pm •way freight....8 15am passenger .. ..205pm BANCROFT, I A., JULY 10, 1895. Conducted by J, A. FRECH. can sell you a nice new five-drawer Sewing Ma cliine at $20, a still better one at $25, so it is not 'nee" essary to send your money east to get a machine that" when you get you will never know at what factory it is made, and when you should need repairs you may not be able to get them. It, also, is not necessary to think about the freight, f or— W1NKEL PA YS THE FREIGHT. J. B. "W KEFORE THE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO SEASON OPENS All kinds of Insurance sold by The Bancroft Insurance Agency-], A, Freeh, Prop, UK (>FFV:i:S TUK FOLLOWING COMPANIES FOB CONSIDERATION! Company. Cash Capital. Assets Ac-tna Hartford 84,000,000.00 $10,847,810.36 Phoenix, llarl 1'orrl 3,000,000.00 5,583,053.00 r<' u im-1 tal, N. Y 1,000,000.00 0,754,008.03 Fire Association, Phihi 500,000.00 5,191.055.00 H'mover NY 1,000,000.00 2,345,353.00 North western National, Milwaukee 500,000.00 1,863,697.00 Rockford Rock ford • 200,000.00 3,031,5&7.00 HUlto !)''< Moinr" ::.'.'.'.'.'.'.'...' 200,000.00 , V^SU.OO LIFE. MASHACIITHETTS BENEFIT LIFE 107,000.00 Iiisunuicoin I'oir.o,'••i'.).(Wi); Policy holders, §1,100,000; Cash surplus, $10,150,000, pnld in duut-li lo:;su>. LIFE AND ACCIDENT. Aetna Life & Accident Insurance Co Assets, §-13,977,580,03 Wo bollovn this is as good a sttUonient as can he made by any agency in the land and we solicll yo.-r palronago. BANCROFT LOCALS, R. D. Williams, of Kansas City, an uncle of Rev. D. Williams, is visiting in Bancroft this week. Messrs. Campbell and Alcorn have finished invoicing their hardware stocks and thencw firm of Alcorn & Bronson will soon be ready for business in their ne'wly engaged store. Special communication of Progressive lodge A. F. and A. M, next Saturday evening for the purpose of conferring the E. A. degree. A full attendance is desired. Dr. Howe and family expect to-start for Missouri by team next week. J. J. Budlong, of Wesley, but formerly of this place, wasishaking hands with uis many old friends who were glad to see him looking hale and hearty. B. C. Anderson and M. A. Turner were at Buffalo Center last week on business, as was also ye scribe. Dr. O. H. Bemis has been confined to his bed with a severe attack of acute rheumatism. He is much better now, we are glad to be able to report. Samuel Maync and C. J. Lenander left yesterday.,to attend the republican state convention. The cool weather of Monday was 1 just the thing' for small grain. Providence seems to have favored the people of this section with just the right kind of weaih- er all. this season. Crops never looked fine/. ; .,T. L. Johnspn is putting a new cp.at of paint on the inside of his shop, thereby much improving its.appearance. Jim is always up with the Umes. A. L. Mai-hwig, our • former barber,- is now working in a barber shop in Fairmount, Minn. J. E. Russell and wife spent the Fourth at Sheffield, Iowa, returning from there last Monday. By the way, J. E. is petting a feed mill into his blacksmith shop. Bancroft is enjoying a building boom. The foundation for the Furstenberg building is being completed and carpenters will raise the J. E. Hudson store building next to the State Bank, this week. Jack Johnston has bought the Smith house that was on the Howe 40 acre tract west of town and has moved it to his lob north of Mer- rifleld's dwelling. Alcorn and Bronson are putting on a large addition to the hardware store formerly owned by J. A. Campbell. Booming! Why, yes, and it will keep right on booming, too. Little Dean Cruse, son of T. F. Cruse, of German township, died on Sunday evening last, of whooping cough. The little oue was about one year old and was a very bright child. The afflicted parents have the sympathy of all in this their sore affliction. The funeral was held from the Baptist church in Bancroft and a large number of relatives and friends of the family of the deceased were present. Rev. W. F. Laidloy conducted the funeral ceremony. Prof. G. F. Barslou, of Wesley, was in the city yesterday visiting friends. Prof. Barslou is a candidate for superintendent of schools of Kossnth county and wo know of no man in the county who combines the ability and experience in school matters that Prof. Barslou possesses. Ho began going to the county schools of Kossuth county at ten years iof age and at sixteen he began his career as a teacher. He never enjoyed the privilege of a high school nor college, but in sp'ite of this ho has secured oho of the highest prizes to be won in Iowa, namely, a state certificate Ho lias taught S5 terms in Kossuth county and 10 terms in Hancock county and lias held the principalship at LuVerne, Britt and Wesley, where ho is now the principal- He is a representative teacher and educator of Kossuth county and will rank with or above any teacher in Kossuth, and we, believe the republican party will • select him as their standard bearer for tins office of superintendent. If they do ho undoubtedly will be the next superintendent which we hope will be the caso. Grain is good, grass is fair, and corn is as far along as it usually is this time of the year. The prospects are good on all hands. MUITALO JTOKK. . BUFFALO FOBK, JULY B.—Miss Rose Farrow spent the past week with her sister who lives at Bancroft. Miss Etta Randall closes her school in the Fox district this week. Miss Laura Stow visited her brother and sister at Buffalo Fork a few days last week. An Epworth League was partially organized at the Doan church last Sunday. The following officers were elected: Pres. Miss Rose McNeil, Vico-Prcs., Mrs. Phelps, Mrs. McWhorter, Myrtle Fox and Helen Eddy, Sec., Mrs. Will Davison, Treas., Elmer Chipnian. A meeting will be held next Sunday for the purpose of completing the organization. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddlngs, of Wesley, spent the Sabbath at Fred Ringdorf's Mrs. G. G. Manley and youngest daughter spent a few days at Fail-mount, Minn. Willie Grover is very sick. Ho has quinsy and some trouble of the spine. Dr. Garfield is attending him. LOTTS CREEK. LOTTS CHEEK, JULY 9.—The Fourth is over and everybody is tired. Lotts Creek was divided up between Algona, Whittemore and Jess Jackson's. L. H. Taylor was at Jess Jackson's and drove Roy Thorn in the trotting race against an Armstrong horse that couldn't keep up by trotting, so was run the last half and came in a loser by twelve' feet. L. A. also took second with his running horse. Mr. Challin has his new barn enclosed and Charlie Poinpe has his raised. The Lotts Creek blacksmith shop is now moved down to the creamery., Mr. Cook, who was over in Lotts Creek two w'e'eks ago looking up insurance, went home with the report "'that L. Ai Taylor had them all insured. There are a few left yet but L. A. is after tiiem. . Remember,'L. A. Taylor is in 1 'th'e b'i- c'ycle business. He'can sell, with' binding guarantee, either wood or steel rims, weight 39 and 30 Ibs., .geared to any number of inches, for §50. If wood rims are desired, one dollar extra. FEKTON. FKNTON, JULY 9, 1S95.—J. Newell Sr. has just put down a drilled well, .and the Fen ton Co-operative Creamery ,is also putting one in, Smith, of Bancroft, having the job. Miss Edith Wagner closed her school in the Newell district last Friday. Andrew Staley has got a new buggy and the question is, ''What is he up to now?" Harvest is near and the people have as yet got. no twine. Miss Esther Wander and her sister, May, of Clermont, Iowa, are visiting relatives in these parts. They took in the Fourth at Algona, Lawrence has the mail route now. He began carrying the mail July Snd. A balloon passed over Fenton on the evening of the Fourth, It was -passing north. Mfti-ft Totvft Oft Blacltsmltlis. Buft Monitor: W. H. Shaffer, while pounding iron on Monday, got a hot seal e into his left eye. It was very painful and lays him off from work for a spell. He thinks, however, that it will hot prove serious. While we are on this subject we will say that the young man who worked for Shaffer last summer and who got his eye burned in the same way, is now at Swea City, but he lost the sight of that eye. It All Depends. Sioux Falls Republican: An Emlnets- burg girl found a package of love letters that had been written to her mother by her father before they were married. The daughter saw that she could have a little sport and read them to her mother, substituting her own name for that of her mother and a fine young man for that of her father. The mother jumped up and down in her chair, shifted her feet, seemed terribly disgusted and forbade her daughter having anything to do with a young man who would write such sickening and nonsensical stuff to a girl. When the young girl handed the letter to her mother to road the house became so still that you could hear the gras* growing in the back yard. Great Piece Of Strategy. Beacon: Comic artists missed something exceedingly rich on the shore of Spirit Lake the other day, if the situation is correctly outlined to the Beacon. A tent in which beer is said to have been kept harbored several persons. Outside were two thirsty souls who had been denied further potations. About this time along comes a cow trailing a rope thirty or forty feet Ions. Having no use for beer, she "mosies" down into the drink, fills her capacious stomach and saunters back. A bright idea suddenly struck one of the disappointed outsiders. Catching the loose end of the rope he attaches it firmly to the tent, and then set a dog on the cow. With a mad rush the eow set out for tall grass, and in less time than it takes to think that tent was snatched from its moorings and joined the furious procession. The situation can be better imagined than described in cold typo. A PeroiUcul Visitation. Ledyard Leader: A "business" house at Ledyard is "embarrassed but not closed." A bolt of Mulct Lighting dropped from a clear business sky on Thursday and a citizen is absent at the county seat. Early after noon Sheriff Sampson and his deputy drove up on the blind side of our."blind pig" and walked in and claimed Albert, Wakoley and three kegs of beer as their own. There • was nothing for'Al. and his trinity of beer to do but to go along with the visitors and abide the outcome. Meantime our citizens are hot spitting cotton nor placing individual orders; neither are we resorting to palace box cars to drown sorrow or generate mirth: The usual order of things is on. While regret is general ' at the enforced absence of one of our "active," business men, the town keeps a steady onward march to the music of hammers and saws and the rumbling of vehicles bringing and taking products and unloading pleasure seekers and land hunters. Later we learn that, when ar- rainged before Justice Clark, Wakeley was fined $100 and. costs. Default in payment will entitle him to thirty days in the county jail. An effort will be made to have a portion of this fine remitted, in which event the balance will be paid. It is hard to keep a man away from his business in a busy time, such as Ledyard 'is now having. The Leader makes frantic appeal for remission and release. •• A fifie pi-o'g'rftmme has been arfaftged fot this most popular of STottherti Iowa Summer resorts, i&cludifttf lectures by Rev. T.De Witt Talraage Sunday, June 30th, and Rev. Sam. P. Jones, Sunday, July 7th,and Gospel meetings led by the most popular divines of the nation. CampmeetingSi band concerts and numerous other attractions 1*111 be announced from time to time. The annual Musical Festival trill be held August, 2d to iith inclusive, atid will de under the .direction of Prof. Clement B. Shaw, Chicago, Talent already secured for this occasion promises to make it a most enjoyable meeting. A large and commodious pavilion is now in process of erectiohj which will furnish ample seating capacity for all who may come. Hotel Oaks Will be open to the public June 5th* This hotel is large and commodious, built after the most approved plan of summer hotels and managed by men who-know the waits of their guests. CHEAP RAILROAD RATES, For the various occasions mentioned below one standard first class fare for the round trip, viz! National Educational Association meeting Denver, Colo., July 5th to 12th. • ' v .United Societies of Christian Endeavor Boston, Mass., July loth 14th.' Baptist Young People's Union of America at Baltimore, Md., July 18 to 21st. Annual meeting American Pharma- centical Association at Denver, Col., Aug. 14 to 24th. TriennialConclave,Knights Templar at Boston, Mass., Aug. 20 to 80th. National Encampment, G. 'A. R., Louisville, Ky., Sept. 10 to 14th. HALF HATES TO BOSTON, MASS. On account of. the International Christian Endeavo* Convention, the North-Western Line will, on July 5, 6\ 7 and 8, sell excursion tickets to Boston. Mass., and return at rate of one fare for the round trip, tickets good for return passage until Aug. (5th, 1895, inclusive. For tickets and full information • .apply to Agents, Chicago North-Western R'y. Hams and smoked don & Hudson's. meats at Lang- Bring on your; House Grocery. eggs to the- Opera At Studley's Pharmacy you can see an elegant new line of Wall Paper. . Cowl es Block, Algona. That lOc table of canned goods is the attraction at Walker Bros.— 18tf WE make a specialty of collections. Cloud & Haggard. We will save ydu money on hose and hose fittings.—SPUUBECK & LAMBERT. NEWSY PAKAGUAJ'HS; '•• Notice is hereby giydm,'that-by virtue of special Fi Fa Execution; to me directed.-by theOlerkot .the District Court' of-'Kossuth county. Iowa, tfgaimst the goods, chattels, lands, tenements, etc. of Jonannas J. Williams, defendant, In favdr of Weyerluienser & Go., plaintiff.'! wiiM offer at'puWio sale, to the highest and'best ; bidder for cash, at the door of the court house in.fthe town of Al- pona, county of Kossuth. Iowa, on the 27th day of July, JSOS.^betwepu the. hours of nine o'clock a. m.'ancr^io'clioclc p. m,, on said day, all of said Jplmnnas J. 'Williams' right, title and-ihterest'iri'ami'to "the following'de- scribed real estate, situated In Kossuth county, to-wit: Out Ipt east of the village of Iicdyard. Kossuth Obiinty. Iowa. Sale to commence at the hour of 2 (.'clock, p. m.. of said day. •.. . Witness my hand 'this .27th day of June, 1895;. ' 0.-t>: SAMSON. Sheriff. . . Kossuth Oouuty, Iowa, By W. J. Crunson.. Deputy, . Armstrong has voted for water works, The C. & N. W. agent at Burt reports a large and rapidly growing business, E. B. Eddy, of Buffalo Fork, will sell his 340 acre farm and go to Missouri. George Holloway owns Kossouth— not the county, but the horse. The builders of the Koepka building, at Burt, are pushing the brick work, Mrs. G. W. Eddy, of Wesley, had her photograph gallery represented in the; parade at the Wesley celebration and had the misfortune to break her camera, 1 making a loss of §30 and the day's business. . The Wesley Reporter says that C, W. Blake, who livos seven miles north west from that town, brought,})! a specimen of the rush weed which measured 19 feet and 10 inches in length, . He says it grew in a slough which ho broke .up and put into flax six weeks ago last Tuesday. WATER Or NO PAY, \ . The Republican and State Register, The-Republican and Inter Ocean, . The Republican and N, Y. Tribune, .85 $185 .85 CllliTOK. PjYUM CREEK, JULY.9.—Plum Crock had a road scraper test, and a very successful one it wa/s. If the towr.ship dads are suited wo may keep it, and then we shall IIO.VG 0. K. roads in the future. Everybody says that Algona's Fourth was a grand success. What was the matter with the Bancroft nine'? Plum Creek can pick up ?ome of Ho 1 old scrubs and do as well. Nearly everyone has laid his corn by for the year, and the old mowers and binders are holijg turned up on pvory hand.. Register: 'flw Bancroft creamery thujas to boom. Monday the receipts were 10,500 pounds, and on Tuesday and Wed nesday 10,000. Hotel Orleans Ami Its Pie. Ed. Bailey in his truthful account of his adventures at the Spirit Lake Masonic celebration: "This is run on the catch as catch can hazzard, it was more than two months building and is said to be supported by 1456 dudes and 390(5 insurance agents, all built of brass and cast hollow. And it didn't rain last year'in the night nor the day either for more than six months, There wero 3300 master Ethiopians with,white aprons. They didn't make a confession of faith or anything else but hacked the fish into roouth- fuls, hackety hack, and let nature take; its course. If they had lived at the time of the great miracle and cut iish • accordingly they might have fed 35,000 and had 10 basket hay racks full of fish stories! left. Wanted to eat agfl-in. Brought-us a piece of beef cut and carved in the market and raised -with wooden maul's, with last year's tooth prints in it to marlc the spot. Got strawberry leinon cream custom made pie, warranted not to rip, ravel, fade under the arm,' or run down at the heel, Ayoungman.fouud it in the- quarries, and brought it up. It was seven years in building and had long laid hidden from tho eye of women, It was ft Christian science pie with a watch pocket, embodying the three cardinal virtues. We ordered it with hope, chewed H with faith and gazed at the ruins with charity. • IE 1 . Artesian 1 .well contractor;- I have the only cable steam drilling machine owned in the county; sink wells for water supply 'for towns, cities and railroads. Special' attention to 'farm well work. Estimates made. I employ only"expert/drillers,'-' Address. A. F. BAILEY, AIXJONA, I®WA. SPURBECK & i-AMBERT Manufacturers and dealers in> Butter Tubs, Water'Tanks,. : •and Creamery Supplies, \Ve also d'6 T*laninj?i Miitching. Moulding 1 . •Band-sawing,' titthe \Vork and tv.grcneral wood'-working business. •. Enfflneer's Hup" plies a specialty. Factory near 6, iff N-W depot, ALGONA K XOAVA. W HO HANGS YOUR PAPER? AKP DOES YOUR PAINTING? , "Why, E.C.TUTTLE, of course," ; 26^34 ALfiOSA, IOWA. »n A High. West Bend Advance: G. S. Wright und wife celebrated the Fourth at Bode, and report a tine time. Orator Kenyon, of Ft. Podge, had a leg broken a day or two before the Fourth q,nd sent attorney M. J, Mitchell iii his place, who gave a first class oration. Owing to the wind the balloon ascension was delayed until about U o'clock, at night, when Editor Beiggor, of tho 13,odo Bugle. wenMip in a balloon and made a parachute dwensiou, The lire workSAvere shot off after ihat, sq yuutho people, did not got homo' tlji nearly I Jiuve unlimited long or short time. MONEY, money to loan ou li. W. HAGGARD. Onase & Sunborn's famous Coffees mid Seal Brand Tea for aale only by Wa^pr Bros.—istf /' MI'H | I ..in.. .... T ..n Oon't TeNo9<? x §Rit or Smpke Yeur \r\iQ Away- Is tlie truthful, startling til-lo uf a book, about Ko-To*V a °> tho harmless, guaranteed tobaecVhaMt ci>re that brakes up ni* cotlnizod nerves, eliminates tho nicotine poison, makes weak men gain streusw, vigor and pauhQad. You rim np physical or financial risk, as Na-$o-iJac js s.pl4 by y. W. PiSftl^Y, under' a guarau.J,eo to ovu'e oivfflQIiey refunded. Boolf toe, o,(ly'eo,, New York, X HOG- enclosed by. J, 4, Hamilton & Oo's wire aftd picket feno§, feels proud and will thrive* The reason more of it gold tban all other kin put together, is teepaw it*' is a fence— That Can be Seen; It will stock? Ji Mi H \£<fl.*\l!ifallM

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