The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1895 · Page 8
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 9, 1895
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* ISEMSMdM, JAfiKflfA, IOWA, WtifflffigBAY » » « ANTED Every NEWS OP THE corarr, ii Man, Womem and Child Who attends The Fair-*— :' To Call and See our Line of *The Ckaift Elevators Night and Day at Swea City. Letters froiri Wesley, fiancfoft, Hanna and Other Lively Kossuth Gotihty Towns, Ed.simpktnahaS tea rebuilding Ws barn and adding a Rfaaafy to H> sndft&ft- let Rice has been extending hts farm bttlldtegs to give him ftore foofti. Herman Bonn bas had some difficulty in securing a carpenter to erect his large residence. Kreoger, the man who shot himself accidentally two weeks ago and died, was engaged to build It. IFANCY AND STAPLE ® S MOCKERY AND GLASSWARE. LANGDON & HUDSON. INKS, ABSTRACTS, LAUDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE ADVERTISEMENTS, iforose A. Call, President. D. II, Hutching, Win. K. Ferguson, C. I). Smith, Vi(ie-Pres. Cashier. Ass't. Cash. THE FIRST NATIONAL 6ANK, IOWA. CAPITAL, $5O,OOO. taney on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties who furnish first-class Security Directors—D. H. Hutching, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, J?. H. Vesper, Ambrose A. Call, 11. H. Spencer, Win. K. Ferguson. CASH CAPITAL—S5O.OOO.OO. AND DIRECTORS, A.D.Clarke, Pros., 0.0. Chubb. Vice Pres., Thos. H. Lautry. Oasluer, Geo. L Galbralth, Fred M. Miller, Myron Sclienck, Thos. F.Cooke. Algona, Iowa. GENERAL BANKING- Private Safety Deposit Vaults. Interest Paid for Time Deposits. W. U. lugham, President. Thoo. Clirischilles, ' Vice President. Lewis H. Smith, Cashier Kossuth County State Bank. I ALGONA, IOWA. CAPITAL $5p;OOO. I % Incorporated under genoral laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and , I domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly and a general banking busl- ' ness transacted. Passage tickets to or Irom the old countries sold at lowest rates. . Directors—W. H. fngham, John G. Smith. J. B. Jones, T. Ohrlachllles, Lewis H. Smltihv J. i W. Wadsworth. Barnet Deyine. • '•• . Richmond, Pres, B.'F. Smith, Vice Pres. A. B. Kichraond, Cashier. O. J. Lenander, Ass't, Gash. armers' & Traders' Savings Bank BANCROFT, IOWA. .Incorporated under the laws of the State of Iowa. None but home capital inveUed. Authored capital, $50;000. Foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, and a general banking isinessj transacted. Special attention given to collections. Insurance written. Steamship Okets to and from Europe. DIRECTORS—K, M. Richmond, N. E. Sheridan, A, B. Richmond. B. F. Smith. Samuel Jayne.O. E. Mallory, J. N. Sheridan. .-...' TAKE ANY CHANGES ON<=^s- Abstracts of Title. Our books are thoroughly complete. None but experienced abstractors has ever Iwrltten a word. In them. 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 sure you get what you pay for and take no chances. BOREAL ESTATE FOANS, FARMS AND WILD LANDS. HAY & RICE Opera House Block. Algona, Iowa. Abstracts of Title, Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance. Grand Army supper tonight, Don't miss it. The Bancroft grain market is the champion in these parts this fall, Don't forget the Grand Army bean sup* per at Jefferson hall tonight. W* W. Cook, of Peterson* Iowa, is the name of the new pastor of the Methodist church in this place. We wish him much success. Rev. T. S. Cole was sent to Kingsley, Iowa, from here by the conference. Rev. Cole has a great many friends here who will wish him success In his new field. Alfred Leonard returned with his wife from Scrlbner, Neb., and has taken a position with Sarchett & Leonard. El's many friends here are glad to see him back among us. Rev. E. G. Vine leaves today to attend the Northern Baptist association which meets at Humboldt Iowa. The other delegates from the Bancroft Baptist church are Mrs. Johnson and Miss Hilda Stenson. Robert Gallion has been hunting in flax from the Captain Jeanson place during tho week and grain dealer Winkol reports that he hauled in three loads of flax that averaged 05 bushels to the load. Who can beat that. Dr. Walters, of Buffalo Center, passed through hero last Friday evening on the way to Armstrong where he was called to treat Attorney Faltinson who is having a very serious case of typhoid fever. The doctor reports Mr. F as getting along very nicely at present. G. F. Holloway did quite a real estate business last Monday as follows! He traded the Ostrander hotel to Bertha Carey for a millinery stock in Britt, the consideration named in the papers being 62,400. He also sold the northeast quarter of section two in Seneca township, to Michael Link, of Dubuque, for $24 per acre, cash, this being tho Harris place. He also sold the Nichols farm, the northwestern quarter of section ten, in Greenwood, to tho same ; party. Mr. Link has been making largo investments in land as he already owns the Lochtu farm which he bought of Henry Whalen. These three farms are all for rent, Mr. Holloway being agent. Wesley. Rev. Hogal, of the Southern Iowa conference, preached for Eld,er Plummer Sunday and Sunday evening. Ho also preached Monday evening. l|U '" Geo. B. Hall is a member of the grand jury, and always on time. The Reporter will occupy the back room over the new State Bank building. Attorney Welt Miller and Constable Jos. Cosgrove made a business trip to Buffalo Center last Thursday. Mrs. Thos. Presnell, who has been sick for some time, does not seem to be improving much. The house occupied Jos. Roberts in the north part of town, caught fire Saturday afternoon, but a few pails of water quenched the flames. The fire originated from a defective flwe. Al Presnell has severed his connection with the John Grove firm, on account of the sickness of his mother. We understand that the land damage case against George Schneider, of this place, is to be tried this term of court. The other parties are represented by Soper, of Emmetsburg, and Geo. E. Clarke, of Algona, and Schneider by Sullivan & McMahou and Cloud, of Algona, and Welt Miller, of Wesley. Mrs. C. E. Plummer has postponed her visit to Sioux City. Fred F. Rogers' new house in college addition will soon be completed. Mrs. Frank Heal has returned from Webster City where she attended the M. E. conference as a delegate. Wesley Wfesifet TWP., Sept. 80.—Mr. and Mrs. Doll, of Lenftj III., ate visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lobeclc. Miss Ruble Kennedy has returned frottt Prairie, where she has been for two weeks visiting with her sister, Mrs. Harvey. Mr. J. Govern is erecting a granary) corn crib and machine shed combined* Mr. A. K. Kennedy has taken the con^ tract and is performing the work very rapidly. Mh Martin Larkin, of Buffalo township', has the foundation for his new residence completed. Rumor says this community has caught the matrimonial fever. Tho home of Joe Lobeek, north of the city, was the scene of a pretty wedding Tuesday* quiet in its nature, but none the less freighted with interest to many Wes* ley people. It was the marriage of John Doll and Miss Anna Lobeek, theceremony occurring at nine o'clock a. m. in the Catholic church, witnessed by a great many friends and relatives of the family and performed by Rev. Eckhart. At the conclusion of the ceremony the young couple, accompanied by their many friends, returned to tho home of the bride's parents, where a bountiful wedding repast was served, and congratulations and good wishes showered upon tho bride and groom. Tho brldo is a beautiful and thoroughly good young lady, whose accomplishments are made the more charming because veiled In tho always pleasing garb of modesty. She is popular in an unusualls large circle of acquaintances and will be followed through life by the best wishes of many sincere friends. The groom is a quick and intelligent young man with a large acquaintance in the vicinity of Lena, III. And his pleasant disposition and social manner has made fast friends. They took the six o'clock train Friday evening for Lena, 111., where they will make their future home. T"he LeSde* SayS a tigdyarfl citifcet fe* cefttl? counted thirteen steam thfeshefs andonehotse pt>wef machine at from whefe he stood off a high stack. While crossing the Northwestern track & mile north of Bancroft on Tuesday of last week John Ltidwlf had his team killed and the tongue of his wagon smashed Into ktfrdilng wood!. & foreleg was tofti oft one horse and the heck of the other was broken. The Lone fiock farmers have bbnght the Krienke creamery and will run it on the co-operative plan. Peter Carstenson is president of their organization, B. L. Hbllister is vice president, John Barnard is secretary and & J. Mtirtagh* of the Burt bank, Is treasurer * Fenton. FENTON, Iowa, Oct. 7, 1895.—Mr. Adam Beck has hauled some of his lumber for a new barn. He intends to live on his own farm next year. Adam is a hustler. Miss Edith Wagner, of Burt township, was visiting at her sister's, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod's, last Sunday. Quite a number of Fenton folks were at the dedication of tho Lutheran church in Fairwill. Hable Bros., who have just bought a hay press from Ed Chrlschllles lately are pressing right along. They understand it else they could not get so much work to do with it. . Ed Chrischllles is working in r . a creamery near v . West Bend." A good butter maker can always find work. Elder Glass at Speucef, ftews: Rev. R. C. Glass, for the past two years pastor of the M. E. church in this city, departed for the annual confer* ence, now in session at Webster City, Tuesday morning. Mr. Glass, during his pastorate here, has labored earnestly^ faithfully and successfully for the Up* building of the Master's cause, and tho society of which he has been the head and inspiring force was never in a more flour* ishing condition than at the present time. It is not known whether Mr. Glass will be returned to this work for another year, but the chances are that he will. His return would be exceedingly satisfactory to the membership of the society. How Burton Got to tlie Front. Ledyard Leader: Supervisor Burton wanted to go to Algona Tuesday morning. He brushed about town a little too late and the morning freight slid out and left him. Business of importance made it necessaryfor him to reach the hub, so he hired Sam Poatz to take his gray team and catch tho train. Tho iron horse had some minutes tho start, but Sam was soon in pursuit. The chase was exciting. The steam concern had the most direct road but Sam's team was freshest. At Bancroft Sam overtook them and landed Billy in Pullman upholstry to his ears. Sam's grays are flyers. Pttbiie Sate, ed will sell at ftuetiofi iW miles ifofth of Algdftft, ofi bfe Df. Baft fftfta, on Friday oet, ii 4 89& the following ptoftefty to-wit: Ttteite Milk cows, 3 yearling heifefis, 2. yeatlifij? 8teet8,8 spring calves, tthitty shoats, 1 yearling boat, fl6c;k of Shfopshite shefiK i tearing colt* 1 2-ygar-old eolt< 2 3-yMr-old colts and 2 wotk horses. Machinery; Dae sifc-foot standatd o^ett 112-footliay Mke, 1 Waltef A. Wqdd binder; 1 tiding .toM blow, 1 Walking cotn plow, 1 16-ineh stubble riow, 214-incH stubble blows, I steel evet harrow, 1 set of bob sleds, 2-seat* d buggy, single seated top buggy, set double harneSSj feed grinder^ broadcast seeder, about fifty chickens and numerous M tides .not •Mentioned. Sale begins at io o,cl6ck. 'Free lunch at noon. T"eittss: All sums of $6 and under:, cash; sums ovet ils, twelve nbntbs tirne" with approved security. ?ive per cent discount for cashi T. M. & W. L. SiLSfioftoti&tt. . A. HAQGAHP, Auctioneer. Prices is what will talk fot the next thirty days at Patterson & Son* SALESMAN WANTED, To sell Minnesota grown Kursery Stock, Seed Corn and Potatoes for spring delivery, An early start is half ihe battle. Three plans of work. Pay ivery week. Write for particulars. THE JEWJBtl, NtfilSEitY CO., Lake City, Minn. Not Necessary! E can sell you a nice new five-drawer Sewing Ma chine at $20, a still better one at $25, so it is not nee eesary 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, for— p, L, SLAGKLE, Manufacturer of ana dealer IP Harness and Harness Goods, 4kGONA, IOWA- AM3ONA, MONEY! Jewelry, Silverware, Watches aud Clocks, On Ftea! HQXIi * BBUNSQN, MQJJBT TO W>4* V ) «•«• Hanna. Everything is lovely find the goose Is away. But where, O, where Is Charlie today? He's dreaming of happiness, joy and bliss ; Oh Hai'kl in his sleep he is planting a, kiss. C, A. Johnson and Miss Birkofer attended the county fair last Thursday, and reported a pleasant time, C. J, Blrkhofer Is harvesting his onions, lie has two acres to harvest, A great deal of hay and grain is being shipped from here. The hay crop js good this year and brings In a nice pile of money, Misses Elva and Gertie Crose are visit" ing at Bancroft now. A. A. Grose. spent Saturday and Sunday there. Sorghum season is nearly over, a,nd C, J. Birkhofer is already arranging for a larger crop of sorghum next year, He is selling syrup at fifty cents per gallon, He sold ten gallons to a Mr, Granger, from Lincoln, Neb,, which that gentleman will taky home with him for bis own use. Creefc, Oct.—Mrs. Oliver Ben» schoter and son Jimmy, and Frank Ben* schoter and wife and children were Plum Creek visitors during the fair, Mrs, B. says she would like to be back in Plum Creek again, as it seems most like home', Mrs. Lincoln Jsenbwger gave b, irtb toj a son last Monday- Her condition was ser« ious for several .days. P, T. Ferguson .h,as raised his natty summer kitchen. It will be ft fuel bouse in winter. Fred Miller ind Jferinan Harrison to his cor« prtfc erib" — Swea City. SWKA CITY, Iowa, Oct. 7, 1895.—N. E, Stone, S. Packman and W. A. Ellis attended court In Algona last Tuesday. Influenza is getting in its disagreeable work in our little community, nearly half the town being afflicted with it. The creamery runs but four days in the week now, on account of the shortage of milk. V. S. Ellis accompanied by his father, went to the lakes on Thursday for a short fishing expedition. They returned Friday with a string of about two hundred fish. N. Ganfield has purchased half a block in Cook's addition to Swea, and began the erection of a house. When it is completed Mr. Ganfield will possess one of the finest residences in the city. Grain is moving in here in immense quantities now-a-days, and where it comes from is a mystery, as there is no visible lessening of the grain stacks in the country. The elevators are already crowded and are running almost night and day. f . County and Neighborhood News. Livermoro is having waterworks put in. Frank Weimer, of Ledyard, is on a trip to Atlanta. Thos. Hanna has gone out of the meat market at Burt. H. Schiffer, of Elmore has taken charge of the Jenks house at Ledyard. Bancroft grain dealers have had a shortage of freight cars to contend with, LuVorne sent up 46 visitors to the Kossuth county fair on Wednesday morning, The Monitor says that G, G, Wheeler will erect a 33x34 foot restaurant building this fall, The Wesley Reporter vouches for a three pound and seven prong potato rals? ed by Obed Robins9n, A. F, Bagley, of Swea City, reports bav» ing averaged the sale of 80 acres of land per day since opening his real estate office there, Wm, Shanor, of Portland, raised several bushels of sweet pota.toes this year. There were several sweet potato entries at the fair. The Bancroft Register announces that after January tst next, its subscription price will be 11,50 per year. It is at present a dollar paper, A grain elevator $t Bolfe containing 33- ooo bushels of grain collapsed recently and three freight ws standing close to the building were thrown from the track. Another Editor Married Off'. Buffalo City Tribune: Cards are out announcing the marriage of J. A. Reagan, of the Armstrong Journal, to Miss Dot McLaughlin, which will take place at the residence of the bride's parents next Tuesday morning, the 8th inst., at 9:00 o'clock. We haven't time to enlarge upon the subject as it deserves this week, but being personally acquainted with all the parties we most heartily express our entire satisfaction with the match.' Miss Dot is a beautiful and accomplished young lady and is worthy of the good husband she will geVwhilo Bert is fortunate in a high degree. : Mr. Owen's Runaway. Monitor:' Ml- Owen had a somewhat expensive runaway yesterday morning, He hitched up his big black team to s load of hogs, arid as he started them they took frjgh,t and started to run. Finding he could not control them, he jumped from the .wagon. The team collided with corner of his new house with such force as to considerably damage it, and the force was so sudden as to nearly throw the team down and Lew caught them by the bits. They gave the house such a jar as to upset and damage the organ which stood in the corner. He was heard to say that the price of tho hogs wouldn't much more than pay thfl damages. SEWING WANTED. By the day. Inquire at Jno. Grove' residence, east Call street. MT&AGB'SALB, WIIEREAS, J. W. Bagley, J. L. Hastings A. T. Bagley and A. Hastings on the 21st day of August, A, D. 1894, executed and delivered to the Aultman & Taylor ma- ;hinery company, a chattel mortgage dated on said day, upon the following described personal property: .One Aultman Taylor separator complete with the straw stacker, oelts and all fixtures with ir belonging to tho, aamo, also one truck wugonunder-tho sumc, also one wagon box elevator, one, gaudy belt, also one Aultman & Taylor Eureka Jr. engine complete and appurtenances thereunto belonging to secure tho payment of the sum of One Thousand Four Hundred and Forty and Sixty-five One-Hundredths dollars, the ten notes dating from July 17th, 1894, and running until ihe 1st day of January, 1898, and whereas default has been made in the payment of the money secured by said chattel mortgage. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that I, C. G. Samson, as the agent of the said Aultman Taylor'niachihery 'company and in pursuance of the statutes in such cases made and provided will foreclose the said chattel mortgage by a sale of the property therein described, at public auction, at the front door of the court house In Algona, in the county of Kossuth, and State of Iowa, on the 26th day of October A. D. 1895, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, or so much as mao be necessary, to satisfy the said sum of $1,440.65 with interest, costs and expenses of sale, unless the same shall be sooner paid. Dated this 4th day of October A. D. 1895. . C. C. SAMSON, Sheriff Kossuth County, Iowa. 1890.- (<•••• G. 0, SHELLEY,- -1895. O.D.PETTIBONE The .undersigned are'.now prepared to fill orders for Wnrk * of all kinds in Marble, Stono or Granite: also Shelves, Mantels; Table Tops and Plumber's Work of all kinds; When In need of anything lii bur line, give us a call .and be convinced that', we give you good material and good work, andat as reasonable prices as can be found in the country. ' SHELLEY & PETTIBONE, Factory on State St., east of .1, B. Winkel's office. Wood. Wood. Wood! -WE HAVE JUST BOUGHT- Of the best wood in the market which we now offer at the following low prices delivered to any part of the city: 4 ft. hard wood, per cord, $4.85 « 4 ft. mixed wood, per corcl, , 3.65 4 ft, soft wood, per cord, - 3.50 ISITWe also have this wood sawed in stove Jejigths which we will deliver at usual prices. This is a BABE OPPORTUNITY to secure your winter's supply, Call early while the price is low, I J' A, Hamilton & Co, meetings ope«r- ed ye,ster4ay }n charge of Evangelist WW» liams. 4 tflbjr«acie to seat a great cro.wd, wa,8 built aofl the preparatiQws. are on an elaborate s,e&}e. Tb^e Swe,a ojty Herald says that during .the mo.nth pf August tfae JJajftc_rpfi cream* irypaWW^gBtsfw ei i y% ' Removal Sale At Patterson tfce NEXT.THIRTY our

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