The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on January 1, 1896 · Page 8
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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^ have plenty of things left which W tnake them, Would call your attention particularly to odd pieces in Fine Chinas.. Such as ... Cups and Saucers, Chocolate and Tea-pots, Salad and Fruit Bowls, Etc., etc, All perfect in every respect. These are really the choice ware and designs of last year, and we, owing to the hard times, made the mistake of buying more of fine goods than was needed—result: we sold off the cheaper goods, but kept these. No dealer anywhere would sell the same quality of ware at our present prices. As we only want to close them out, they are marked for Less Than They Cost in New York City. An inspection is invited. The Grange Store. BAMS, ABSTRACTS, LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE ADVERTISEMENTS, Ambrose A. Call, D. H. Hutchins, Win.'K. Ferguson, C. D. Smith, President. Vice-Pres. Cashier. Ass't.Oash. THE FIRST NATIONAL SANK ALGONA, IOWA. OAPl'JJAL, $50,OOO. Money on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties who furnish first-class security Directors—D. H. Hutching, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, JET. H. Vesper, Ambrose A. Call, K. H. Spencer, Win. K. Ferguson. CASH CAPITAL—$50.000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS, A.D.Clarke, Pros., 0.0. Chubb, Vice Pros., Thoa. H. Lantry. Cashier, Geo. L Galbraith, Fred M. Miller, Myron Bohenek, Thos.F.Oooke. Algonn, Iowa. GENERAL BANKING- Private Safety Deposit Vaults. Interest Paid, for Time Deposits. W. H. Iiigliam, President. Theo. Chriscliilles, Lewis H. Smith, Vice President. • Cashier W. B. Carey, one of lloiSsntb.'spia'eM settlers, visited old time frien'ds awi tr&nsac-* ted business in Bancroft yesterday. An immense amount o! corn is being marketed here this yeah Today (fues- day) they are paying 16e per to, 'falk about Bancroft being dead! Well, we should say not. It's ridiculous. feev. E. G. Vine, Baptist pastof at Buffalo Center and Swea City, was in Bancroft last Week. He reports a bran new Good 1? emplar lodge at Swea City with about 49 members, Thos. P, Kelly has bought the Michael Belmler residence and says he intends to be a permanent resident of Bancroft* all reports to the contrary notwithstanding. The Methodist people will begin their revival meetings tonight. Everybody in' vited, • Andrew Smithj of Buff aio Center, was a pleasant caller here yesterday. Dr. Berryman and wife, of Montana, are are spending the holidays with their brother, A. J. Berryman, the druggi st. They are old resident's of Bancroft and are much pleased and surprised at Bancroft's growth since they left. The directors and stockholders of the Farmers'and Traders' Bank have their annual meeting on Jan. 7. J. C. Stahl and Sons will begin grinding all kinds of feed and corn meal at tho old Tamblyn barn next Monday. They have a 24-inch French burr mill operated by a 12-horse engine and guarantee satisfaction. W. B. Tallman has been spending part of his holiday vacation repairing tho tele- phono lines in this vicinity. He goes back to Minnesota to put in more lines in about a week. Samuel Mayne has boon besieged with applications for positions in the coming legislature. Wo predict that Mr. Mayne will make as good a representative as ever was sent from Kossuth county, and this is only one round in the ladder for Sam, we feel sure. In other words we believe he has a bright future as a statesman and a politican. And better than all this, he has won his way to the front in an honorable manner, which can hardly be said of many politicians. Bancroft tnd Kossuth county stand ready to back Mr. Mayne In anything he may undertake or aspire to. J. B. Johnson spent a few days of last week in Moline, 111., on a business'trip. We have a fine Cyclopedia Britannlca for sale dirt cheap. J. A.' FKKCII. The Swedish Lutheran church had their annual meeting yesterday.. We will try and give the names of their officers next week. ; The Bancroft Post, No. 496,;iGrand Army of the Republic, had their annual inspection and election of officers last Saturday afternoon. Comrades C. G, 'iGhubb and H. C. McCoy, of Algona, acted as inspecting officers and a grand meetitfgr was held. The new officers elect are»'as;follows: Commander, P. M. . Barslouy Sr. Vice Commander, G. G. Wolcottj JE.,-yice Commander, S. P. Hartshorn; Surgeon, F. M. Ostrander; Chaplain, Geo. .K. Green;. Quarter Master, R. V7. .Barge; Officer of Day, Henry -Warner; Officer of the Guard, Michael Winter. They, will have a joint installation with the S. of V. and W. R. C. on Now Years evening. Bancroft is very proud of her patriotic orders. Yes, Uncle Sam can lick John Bull out n. as follows. SupTsffntendefet, .._.. Crowell? Secretary, Miss" Anna Shaeffef; teller Chlpman; Organist, Miss Anna shaeffet; Librarian, Miss Maude Shaeffer. ^ h& fipworth League will have a sui*pet and social at Mrs. Brahm Watkins* Saturday evening. Suppef 15 cents, George Paine and Dell Angus return to their studios at Iowa City this week. Mf, and Mrs. Wilcofc are not gaining as fast as their many friends would wish. Miss Dell Coffin is oh the sick list. Elmer Davidson is steadily improving.' Charlie Godden is visiting friends in Minnesota. Mr. Edwin Cook moved to Algona this week. . Mf s and Mrs, Croweli entertained eoni* pany from Bancroft Christmas day. The Gem restaurant has a fine bulletin board out. Yes, we are putting on "city airs." . MM. Pete* fttfwen with hef son, Itf . fiewetii ai Whittelnote. Mi!& lofta fiefcbte, of Whtttemore, spent Saturday w'itii friends i« tiiis 1 Ideality. Mr. Fre'd Heileinann te seen oft our Stteets frequently these »*, visiusfstetwni3mft& SwfiA Cif¥ s December, &0.~-G. F, Thorn* as and wife are visiting near Bradgate. Bert Streater, of Armstrong, was in town Thursday. Bev. B. G. Vineis at Buffalo Center for a week or two. Ladles Banks and Sanborn were business visitors at the county capital last week. George Jones returned from Iowa Falls Wednesday. Charley Johnson and Miss Lola Stone visited near Algona last week. Mrs. August Anderson is at Minneapolis" visiting relatives. Bruer Bros, took an invoice of their lumber yard at this place last Thursday. Miss Annie Miller returned to Emmetsburg last Monday after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Ranks. Eddie Anderson, formerly a barber at this place but now of Boone, is paying a visit to his parents who reside two and one half miles northeast of town. Three more houses in the north addition will soon bo ready for occupation. They are good substantial houses and well located. The city hall question is being agitated to a considerable extent in our town. The The most feasible plan and the one which seems to be generally accepted is to organize a stock company and divide 1 nto shares. R. M. Richmond offers a corner lot and also to invest $50 in shares. ,Our grain men are rustlers. Flax was worth 77 cents on our streets last Thursday. Complaints were telephoned from Armstrong and surrounding towns. By invitation a party composed of twelve couples met in the spacious rooms of the Hotel Anderson on Christmas evening and enjoyed by far. the best dance .of the season. Mr. Elmer Peterson and Miss Elsie Nelson, both of this place, were married on Saturday, December 28th. Both are much respected young people, and the community is a unit in wishing them success in their first attempt to sail the matrimonial sea;.- • • ; • ' - ; . . f • ..' - : The Christmas exercises, were pulled off Tuesday evening on schedule time and Santa in all his glory and fur robes excited the unsuspecting youth to the point of hilarity. The programme with a few exceptions savored of a failure. The Old Oaken Bucket was a pleasant change from the common tree. The room was handsomely decorated and like the aforesaid bucket was well filled. Bt*f Ato Fdfck, Dee, §0.— $he L. A. S. will give a peanftt social at the home 61 Mf. and Mrs. lenff Sat tlatt, Fttdafr evening, Jan. 3. AH ate cordially invited. Myron Jordan has gone to Minnesota to look at the country, •Fr afak Bafsloti, wife and daughter are Visiting at Mrs. fiafsiou's old home in Portland, • ; The annual stockholders' Meeting of the Buffalo Fork dreamery will be heldSattif* day. J"ati. 4, at the Buffalo Stork school hdiise. All members are requested to be present* , "the trustees have put up a stove in the church and find it a great Improvement. Leona Hudson, of Bancroft, is visiting her sister., Mrs. Florin Mrtlett, R. Jain is away on a trip to Indiana visiting his old home. Be will also visit friends in Chicago before his return. G. D. Stone has a new corn sheller. We have an. Encyclopedia Brittannica for sale so cheap that the first person who looks it up will surely buy It. J, A. FBEOH. Karl's Clover Root Tea purifies the blood and gives a clear and beautiful complexion. 1 UNCLE SAM ON THE WAR PATH. The clash of arms will soon be heard, The eagle screams in air, Then listen to our national bird, . And for the strife prepare. "Come, -Johnny Bull!" cries Uncle Sam, "Why will you so delay?* My eagle has refused a lanfb) And waits for British prey." "There'll be some lively work to do When ever you commence, With shot and shell my boys in blue Are ready for defense." "The doctrine of Monroe is right, He was my worthy son, I shall defend it with delight, While Lpossess a gun." "If yc?U are wise you will beware, And keep your lion home, • For fear the wily Russian bear, ' Might trespass on your throne." "My sister countries I'll protect, Let you think as you may* And.all your usurpation check, Throughout America." , "I'l m<^t you on the ocean's bed, Or where you may prefer, The south will pay you off in lead, For goods you furnished her." "Your claiming more than legal rights Will leid to such a brawl , v That I will plant my stars and/stripes O'er Canada and all." ' , • Dutch and Irish in good tiine, . Together al,l will pull, When 1 down goes your Canadain line, Then good-bye, Johnny Bull." v Ask your physician, your druggist and your friends about Shiloh's Cure for Consumption. They jvill recojnmend It. Goto Patterson & Son for your holiday goods. Their line is complete. Jls'ttng Sreft wfad -''sW* ifeiifdufity Ifeavitg ttreif subicfipti6"hi ttnpaid; tlte df&%* back to this is that the parties eanntit usually be injured In theif Witness stUftiJU ing by the- exposure, fhey have §61 totf low down. T'he LMUef is fast fight wh'6h It says as to another phase of deadbMtism: *'lt is a feader's privilege to feltts^ a local fle-wspaimr aftet receiving & few", * sample copies. In fast that fs the* pfispw way to do. But it isn't JttSttd take the paper' from the postoffice for three 6t slfc > mdfitfas'Of one year and then refuse it ion- get Without settling." fhat fafmlng in Koasuth county is a< better thing than railroading is the dptn*, ion of Conductor Ifofd of the Northwest* era, Mr. Ford has bought & fai-m east of Burt, says the Monitor, and his son»in« law, Mr, shellenbergef, of Armstrong, will settle on a farni in the same neighborhood. Creamery stock Is very profitable this, season, more so than for two years, at least. Last week the tttePttfJittiAs's correspondence reported $1.00 per hundred pounds of milk paid by the Bancroft creamery, and now Secretary Angus an» nounces the same average result at Burt. His summary is as follows for Novembers "Amount of milk received, 878,347 pounds, amount of butter made, 13,313 pounds} av» erage price per cwt. of milk, 111 lowest price paid,'74 cents, highest, $1.24, which was paid to Mr. Krahn, G. L. Carroll gets the largest check—$85.34, and the smallest is 60 cents. Amount of milk per pound Of butter, 21 pounds. For the first time in two years wo pay $1.00 per cwt. for milk, and I think that for December It will be 20 per cent, higher." Mr. Angus makes this very sensible suggestion: "In view of the fact that all kinds of feed Is lower than it has been for years, it surely will pay now to feed well. Save railway freights, elevator charges, etc., by marketing your surplus grain at homo. A barrel of oats ground and fed to our common cows will make three pounds of butter, worth now about 80 cents, and we grind . now at all times for 5 cents per sack. There is one thing, though. The patrons must be more careful to keep the milk sweet and clean, and It must not be over two days old, and one would be bettor, as it becomes rancid and will not make ,Rood flavored butter if allowed to befeome old." The good results of a timely agitation of evils by the local press has been exemplified in the securing of a new elevator at Wesley. The Reporter spoke right but in meeting last week, showing how that. town was suffering in Its trade by the policy of Its elevator firms In refusing to pay grain prices such as neighbor towns were paying. The result was the organization of a company for the immediate erection pf an elevator. The'parties.who will pUt money into the scheme, according to the Reporter, are Kunz Bros., Frank Hnnie andZ. S. Barrett. The new structure will have a capacity for 15000 bushels and' will be ready to take grain about the first of February./ This will be a great thing for Wesley. . , A : Mondays .special from Iowa Falls says that Albert Noble, a young man wanted at LuVerne, Iowa, for forgery, Wes arrested there Monday morning, and. held awaiting.the arrival of officers- ,frdm Kossuth county. Noble denies all knowledge of the crime with which he is charged. He is an Englishman about 21 .years of age,, <..;;• >.-/ • ' <• •tv ,v Kossuth County State Bank. AT.^/VUA TWWTA ^ OAPlTATj S5O.OOO. ALGONA, IOWA. W. Wadsworth, Baruet Devine. CAPITAL $5O, Deposits received, money loaned. loreign and , -------- "-- and a general banking busl- De C. Pays 6 Per On Money Left for Three Months or Over. Money always on band to Loan on First Mortgages, Second Mortecages^and good Collateral. Notes purchased, "" "•- w • ALGONA, IOWA, PONT TAKE ANY CHANCES Abstracts of Title, Our books are thoroughly complete. None but experienced abstractors has ever written a word in them. Our work Js done by competent persons, and is guaranteed. Good work will cost you no more than poor. Bring your work to us aud you may be sure you get what you pay for and take no chances. ESTATE FOANS, FARMS AND WiLP LANDS. HAY & RICE Algona, Iowa, of his boots in less than a jerk of a lamb's tail. When old England thinks that France and Russia will help her in a war with Uncle Sam they are going to get fooled, sure. The Knights of Pythias has instruction in their secret work at their Monday evening session. Landlord F. J. Byrne und family are haypy over the«arrival of their second daughter last Friday evening. Those 10- cent cigars wore all right. Dr. Paul would like to hire a boy to do chores for his board and go to school. The B apcroft Wterary Society meets with Prof. J. B. Byers, Jan. 8, '00, and the subleot will be Edison, B. F, Hoyt will have the paper, ' Miss Ida Meyers, who has been elerlUng 1 for J. J, Kelley, the jeweler, Is visiting relatives at SuBoner, Iowa. Tho Billy Marble Comedy Company will play in Jefferson ball beginning next Thursday, tomorrow evening, for a four nights engagement. See their bills, The Company have played here many times before and they are a very popular company with Bancroft people, OSEWALL, PAINTER; • and PAPEH-HANGEE. Postal cari orders promptly attended to. • " 0. BOSEWALL. .Algona, Iowa. Opera House Block. BURT, BUST, December 30.—The children enjoying their Christmas vacation skating, parties and so forth. A number of young people spent Satur* day evening with Mr, and Mrs, James in Abstracts of Title, Foundry and MULUQA& ©HNiTEDTi Props, Christmas dinners wore all the in Burt this year. Everyone either entejv tained or was entertained. Mr. and Mrs» Paine enjoyed tbejr turkey with tfieir own family and. their two sons^Jn-Jaw, Mr. JJolleck a.nd Mr/ Stow. Mr, Ww, Shaner entertained tbeM&Qdonald family» Mr, and Mrs, llftnchara Dr, Bea» a«d wife, M) 1 , ft«4 Mr§. Paeon »n4 ^e SayJ. isb,wy family made werry with, Mr» and Mrs. ABgws, Mr, a«4 Mi's. Npr^ft ate 4lnnw at Mi 1 ?. PayidsQn'g. Alvtu Kfiflf ••' ' PENTON. •• • - • FENTON, Dec. 25.—Mr. and Mrs. Char-; ley Wesenhoffer were made happy by the arrival of a nice baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Brass also feel happy at the arrival of their baby boy. D. A. Buell, of MinneapolJs,was in these parts last week looking after his farms. He has rented one of them to Mr. Hable again for next year. Wm. Peck, of Burt, was seen on our streets last week. Quite u number of our Fenton folks attended tho wedding in Lotts Creek last Wednesday, notwithstanding the cold, August Bomeraning has rented Mr. Butler's farm for next year. Born to Mr, and Mrs, Frank Newel, a baby girl. The sociable at Wm. Welsbrod's was well atiended last Friday, All report a good time, Miss Emma Welsbrod aud John Zwelfel of Charles City, Intend to spend the boll- days around here. The surpiise party at Mr. Bargnest's was well attended and all report a good time. R, P. Hayenga has bought of EIke Hay* enga the east half of the sw, qj. Sec, 16. The literary society at Webster school house was wejr attended last Wednesday night, Don't forget the one on Jan, 3, Mrs. F; C, Newel }s still on the sick list,' All report'baving a good time phrist» mas, Mr, Ed, ChriscbJlJes, Jr.. the Cylinder buttermaVter, visited biS'parentP Jo these parts last week, Mr, Will Harsh, of BaawQft, spent Cbristmaa }n Fenton with relatives, Andrew staley.wba was working Jieye last summer, left for South Dakota last Saturday. A crow4 attended the shooing match last SatMrd&y, ? he y bad On Real Estate. HOXIE &" BRUNSON. P. L. SLAGLE, Manufacturer of and dealer In Harness and Harness Goods, ALGONA, IOWA, Ohristensen's old stand, opposite Tennant House, raw Shop in the Byson building, soutft of t$e Court House, ANDREW HANSON, E, G, Bowyer, PeaJer Jewelry, Silverware, Watches anfl Clocks,- 'PBOM COUNTY PAPERS. Whitteinore Champion; Last Thursday night a young man by the name of Robert Drewes who has .worked for Nolan the past two'months. came, into town during the night, having been on a 1 heavy spree, and broke in the front door of GremmePs drug store; • Marshal J£ortie took him .in custody' and brought him before Mayor 1 Hatch for trial, He plead guilty to the charge of breaking in the door, but said that being nearly crazy for something to drink and seeing that that was a drug store, he endeavored to push the door open and in the operation broke the glass. He , was sent to jail for 30 days and it is hoped that he will change his ways when set at • liberty. He is an engineer and his par- , ents live at Mason City. • Ledyard Leader; W. P, Myers came home from Irvlngton some days ago with a badly injured right foot, the result of a horse falling while riding it. He was do\yn town the first time Monday for over a week. Burt Monitor: A. W. Blanchard 'mar- i keted three good sized porkers Jn Burt one , day last week. One of them would have weighed over 600, and the three tipped the scales at $1,500. Swea City Heraldi Mesdames Rf.nks and Sanborn visited in Algona and Irvington Monday and Tuesday of this week, Ibid: John EngdohJ, who was down to Missouri to look at land, has traded Ills farm for land in that state, We under" stand this was not his first visit to M}s* souri. We hope he will not -regret > his. choice, ' Wesley Reporters John Grove and wife," Marion Grpve and wife, Guy Grove, wife"' and mother, of Algona, were entertained]''': at the hospitable home, of Mr. and Mrs, S* /, E, Grpve, at Christmas dinner, I have two seqoncl'imml pa£ tov eale, cheap, 0, M/ ware, A few things you wa&t the Opera House ~ family gatherlpg, M) diuod wltU . and Mrs. SQIJ Mrs, (jo ily Mr- George Angus, Q{ Chicago, Cliff Stootewell, of of shQotlng play pigeons awd quite a few. got for New Year* A, Jl are invite fclne and kargest Stock, .„.„ ; lty, We employ p»lysow» '-men, gall*"at our jj^w 8l«ek, iJei.i}L..-»£ya , , V.f,' ^bf>

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