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

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 8, 1896
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You Can Df. Paul reports a new baby boy at the town- the ;l Anything with your eyes shut. Jf they ate shut, open them and look at th& fine display of Lamps, Crockery and Glassware, LANGDON & HUDSON. ~SS8KS, ABSTRACTS, LUDS, LOANS AM) INSURANCE ADVERTISEMENTS, home of Peter Weiss, of Ramsay ship. All are doing well. D. B. Smith's little boy has been on sick list during the past few days. Miss Andell Austin will go to Minnesota next week to spend the balance of the winter with her sister, Mrs. P. A. Reilly and family* Dr. Paul has been at Algona several days during the past week attending members of the family of Henry Michaels Who are sick with typhoid fever. Mrs. M. J. Hawkes, of Algona, spent Kew Years with tho family of her son, Dr. Paul, and returned homo Monday. Dr. Taylor, an eye specialist, Was hero Monday and was thinking of making this town regular visits, but after a talk with Dr. Paul and finding that ho understood the business first rate he decided not to [ come. ' , , j B Paul and Dr F B McCall, a veterin- I ary surgeon of Algona, are visiting 'relatives and friends in this vicinity. eofdance with this idea feat Wedfaei^y j Wednesday owning at -WetfsM night about twelve of our yoning la'diea,' fiou'sm. Conic and near the speakers, each with one of her best fellows on her} Xf-ev. A. tinnier is holding revival meet- left were seen driving to the residence ,of j ings at, the ehu-feh now, lifcfr tdl the' Ger- Mr John Kane, one mile east of town 1 , j n«in friends attend. Reports are to tho effect that tho ladies (• (Quito a crowd attended the party j.t carried out the program in true cavalier i .lacob Wtisbrod's Jr. last Saturday bight. UU>nit:u uuu uuu }ji ugi cut*. n\ ui *t« ~~ . — " fashion, while the boys did the left-hand, ed act remarkably well considering widely scattered opportunities for tlce. th«tf All reuort a good time. the safest, pleasafttest tough, throat and luflg It contains iio ipecac, laftaf, other batteseaiing bf ihjuf iOttS drtogfi It cures every kind of Cfliigln .A. Call, President. D. H. llutchiiis, Wm. K, Ferguson, Vice-Pros. Cashier. C. I). Smith, Ass't. Cash. IOWA. A> Oll11( CAPITAL, $50,OOO. furnlsU flrst-cliiss security ,*•.»,*».»,.., - «- --rweHer. F. H. Ves] H. Spencer, Win. K. CASH CAPITAL—$50,000.00. The local branch of the department of Iowa Woinens' Relief Corps h as received a general order from headquarters requesting that each local Corps do all in their power to promote protection in the coming generation by urging that a flag be purchased and floated from each school house in Iowa/and that patriotism bo taught in the schools and that legislators o all in their power to promote the above bjects in the coming legislature. The cal Corps intend to do all they can along lis line and everyone should cooperate this grand object. Our representative, Ir. May no. has, we understand, pledged ihnsoif to aid in this work in case the mater is properly presented in the coining gislaturo. Ho did this in response to an ivitation to outline his position in the Jan. 6.—A now eleVatol- is bo- ing erected here, just west of tho C., M. & St. P. depot, and will be ready foi* business by the first of February* This is a good move and will insure the farmers the highest prices for their grain. The eoirt- pauy is composed of men of the highest integrity and business ability, which will assure success to the enterprise. • • Wo understand oil good authority that a certain attorney of this place and A1-, gona has a bee buzzing in his bonhot, and. if something unlocked for don't happen ho Will be a candidate before the republi" can county convention for the office of county attorney. We think friend Raymond had better begin to hustle if he cic- pects to hold the place after his present term expires. ^''w**- F. W. Laidley, of Bancroft, D. D, GM. of tho I. 0. O. F. in this jurisdiction, installed officers at this place last Saturday ht and saf e f of Alt 6g6& sickeh c of disagtee frith the Coughed Four Years, odtdf& Palled to Help Cured by Lung Balm> ' „,„ „„. Jan. G.f-The' weather has bwsn very cold tor the past few'days, and Ivan bceir vnry hard on stock not protfected*. Mr. George Hastings returned to Hafri^ 3i)i), (Jcpola county, on tho first having made a toil days visit With'his pafeh'ts, C'nron bagley, the Swea City hustling land itgent, made Ledyafd & short visit on Saturday. Revival meetings are in progress itl Ledyard, The attendance is good. ,Mj, Arthur Blgelow did the first thrash ing in this vicinity in the year 1896. , There is strong talk of a creamery in fcfcdyard. The farmers will Meet on ..__. ipth to see What the prospects'for' one are. The. Sabbath school has been moved from the Harwell school House to school house No. 1, and officers Were re-elected tc £CW i a c* uu « ».~.. for; tho first quarter on last Sabbath. ,1 gases "the rnost VaTtlabTe'f ree" pamphlet Rev/Walker preached a very impressive published,; Or, We will send b'V mail from sermon in the school house Sunday, the' *«» i*r«-«-«,*.« ncfi*o fifth. .. t UMAHA( NfiB.i OctOoer 7,1HHO> Dft. B, ji KAY MEfj'tcAfc do.—Gentlemen: About fbuf years ago 1 Was taken with La Gttppfe and after f ecovefihg 1 had a very bad tough. I coughed alttibitt continually ever since. I tried several doctors and. various cough medicines, btl eduld not get any relief. Your Dr. Kay's Lung Balm was recommended to me and' &fter taking bfle tJackaee the cough left me entirely and I con 1 eider myself entirely cured, I cheerfully recorfi* friend your Lung Bairn to all who are la the Very- bad condition that I Was. Yours truly, MRS, HAfoMH SttfcPAfcD, 304 Niiftth. St. Call on druggist for Dr. 'Kay's 1 W AND DIRECTORS,^**— A.D.Clarke. Pros.. 0. C. Clmbb, Vice Pres., Thus. H. Lantry. Cashier, • Seo. L Galbraitli, ' Fred M. Miller, •• Myron Bc'uenck, "-.TUOB. F.Cooke. Algoua, IOTVU. IVltUulUii tuuutiiiivj "•" A ^w«.- i matter to the local Corps at their last Sat ' ™; C ^ arslou and rday's meeting. GENERAL BANKING- Private Safety Deposit Vaults. Interest Paid for Time Deposits. I, Iiigliain, ./President. Theo. Chriscliilles, Vice President. JLewis H. Smith, Cashier CAPITAL $50,000 fi. Wads worth. Barnet Devine. On Money Left for Three Months or Over. ' Money always on hand to Loan on First Mortgages, Second Mort«aaeB Collateral. Notes purchased. DUtillt/VA \J J-LlvVsJ. " M» w u»*«" _£,- — — — . .^_ night. They arc as follows; W. T. Pres-, noil, N. G.; Guy M/Butts, V. G,; John Longbottom, R. S.; John S. Galleghar, P. S.; Joseph Louse, T.; J. J. Endlong, . R. S., N. G.; James Corey, L. S., N. G.;'Welt Miller, R. S., V. G.; H. Price, L. S...V. G.j H. L. Vesper, R. S. S., N. G.; Eli GoOd- nough, L. S. S., N. G.; John W, Hopkins, T. G.; W. P. Gidding, O. G.: W. A. Gillispie, W. . •. . Elder Plunnner is entertaining some ol his old friends this week. We were unable to procure their names or their place of Wo have an Encyclopedia BrHtannica for sale so cheap that the first person who looks it up will surely buy it. J.A, FKECH. DR, B, J, KAY MEDJCAI Co,, 620 S, i6th St., CM AHA, NEB. % I STUDLEY, family, of Whitte- visiting friends here. Frank is vill accompany him and live in Des Moinca during the session of the legisla- ure. Mayor S. W. Callanan and Mrs. Emma Johnson, both of Bancroft, were married a the home of Mrs. J. H. Webster, of Red Wing, Minn., sister of the bride, on New Years day. We noticed a very good account of the wedding in the Minneapolis Tribune, of Jan. 2. The many Bancroft this place were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony Wednesday, January 1, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Joseph Roberts, in this city. Revival services will commence in the M. E. church in the near future. We hope that many souls may be saved. Fred Anderson was at Algona B>iday n Quite a number of Odd Fellows attended COUNTY HOTES, Wesley's enterprising business men are pushing work on a new elevator. The Reporter says that cold weather will not be allowed to interfere with building operations. The foundation was completed last week. The Germanla Standard gives a healthy list of buildings erected in that place during 1805, headed by the Gormania-State Bank building, the cost of which is put down at $5,000. Among the other ( buildings is-a store erected by S. Best, representing an expenditure of $2,000, and • J. Morck has improved his creamery at a cost of §2,000. Germania is one of the thriving towns of Kossuth. The late Cal. Wilson, of Ledyard, was a member of the Modern Woodmen lodge, and his widow has already been paid the 52,000 insurance which his beneficiary certificate called for. C A Specific For Rheumatism & Kiting iseases. and ALGONA, IOWA. TAKE ANY CHANCES Abstracts of Title, books ccmiplete Non Brin your work to us you may be "'Opera House Block. HAY & RICE Algona, Io\va. and happiness. , Tho annual meeting'of the Swedish Lutheran church was held at the church on Thursday last, and .following are tho names of the new officers elected:. Deacon for three years, Swan Johnson; trustee for three years, Chris Behrman; secretary Alfred Pierson; treasurer, Oscar Aierspn; teacher of parochial school, ,B. C. Lind bery. Tho parochial school. will.. be in session two months during next siffi The church finances are in a healthy state, and the church has prospered in every way during tho past year. Wm. Gray, formerly of Seneca, but now of Armstrong, visited Bancroft friends yesterday. Chas. E. Cohenour, the Algoua attorney, had legal business before Justice Barge yesterday. Mrs. Chas. Busa, of Algona, visited at the home of her son, J. A. FreshY'over Sunday last. .-,. s A bran new bouncing baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hackel last Monday, and the way Joe gets away with cigars these days is certainly a caution. The child and mother are doing well. Otto W. Ostrum, a cousin of J. F, Johnson, arrived from Fargo, N. D., and has been spending the holidays with the latter. He has now decided to stay a month. Work on the new school house was resumed Monday morning. The Frink stock of goods is being sold at auction. W. J. Newell, of Britt, is the auctioneer. ! • • Herman Andaweer will move into town in the spring. He will hold a public sale in the near future. Mrs. Auferson, of Buffalo Center, has been visiting her parents in this city,-,, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith. Abstracts of Title, Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, re- nr —•JTfBfMTfTHl •!••' = Time to All kinds of Insurance sold by The Bancroft Insurance Agency-], A, Frecli, -Prop, COMPANIES FOB UK OFFERS TUB 'Company. * '^jBtna, Hartford l*(soenix, Hartford.., • •Csaatinental, N. \.., •• • -~- > Association, Phila National ,..^.^ Rockford ... .•:-SKa,to, Dos Monies Milwaukee $4,000,000.00 3,000,000,00 1,000,000.00 500,000.00 1,000,000.00 500,000.00 800,000.00 200,000.00 Assets ?10,847,810.36 5,588,058.00 6,754,908.00 5,191,055,00 g.S45,353.00 • 1,862,697.00 1,031,527,00 463,214.00 we solicit your patronage. SWEA CITY, SWEA CITY, Jan. 6.—C. J. Brostad turned to Linn Grove last week. Mr. Ellis, of Clear Lake, is hero visiting his sou W. A. Lee Carson and Mr, Jacobson have moved into their newly built houses in the north end of town. R. M. Richmond was confined in doors several days last week. Miss Bessie And ersou assisted in the bank during the busy hours, John Bauser returned last week after an absence of three months. He has been principally at Vormillion, S. D The proprietors of the tow mill have over SOO tons of flax straw stacked on their {rounds and want more. M, E. Stone has let the contract for a 30 foot'additkmtotherearend of his store building. This makes another 70 foot building in town. The Ledyard Loader think we are not iu it with their aggregation, Correct. We got out of the soiip over a year ago. B, H. Packman was in Bancroft Saturday- Representatives of the Johnson and Pearson families visited relatives at Buf falo Center last Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr, ana Mrs. Bartholomew, of Cedar Falls, are visiting with their son, J?au and other relatives in this vicinity, A party composed of Mr, and Mrs. W, Ir, and Ml'8- E,d. Sanborn &nd M ,.^ter attended the Masonio baa Ueid at Armstrong Wednesday even fng, Jan, 1st, Our cjty now has a flourishing BUBT. BUBT, Jan. 7.-Rev Mr Pilling," of,/Minneapolis, preached in tho Methodist., church Sunday morning and evening. In theeveniiighegave stereopticon views of tho Asbury hospital of Minneapolis, under the Rebecca Deaconess Mission, and asked for contributions. . : The Presbyterian church raised §650 to pay off the debt on their church ;iast week. Mr Bailey used the blackboard method, and was very successful in • obtaining, the amount. GeoPaine and Dell Angus returned'to their school last Saturday. ,. . The Odd Fellows have installation of officers Tuesday night, followed by supper in Mrs McDonald's hall. Each one is at liberty to invite a friend, and a grand good time is expected. Perry Wilkins and wife and friends from Minneapolis visited with Mr Slade's fam>- ilylastTuesday. Mr Fred Wilcox is much worse at present writing. Dr Morse, of Algona, was called for consultation. Mr Henry Schaeffer, while playing foot ball, had the misfortune to fall and break his arm, , , Rumor sajs that Mr Peck has leased his hotel to Mr Gibbon of Des Moinos, OLIPPIrTGS FEOM COUNTY PAPEES. Wesley Reporter: About six o'clock this morning something got wrong with ihe hot water apparatus connected with F. C. Bacon's cook stove, and as Fred was stooping down to see what.was the matter the stove exploded, literally tearing it to pieces. Fred was struck above the eye and under the chin by pieces of the stove with such force as to prostrate him, making it necessary for Dr. Kenney to take three stitches in each wound. Pieces of the stove flew in every direction -but fortunately Mrs. Bacon and the baby who were in the room escapedvuninjured. Several pieces "penetrated the ceiling and side walls. That all escaped being instantly killed is 'almost miraculous G. W. Eddy's condition does not improve. The chills and fever are not so frequent or so severe, but to all human appearances he is gradually sinking and hopes of his recovery are npt entertained.. Monitor: Two runaway boys their names as Nic Olson and Ji Two runaway boys, giving er n as Nic Olson and Jim Jeremiah bobbed up in Burt Tuesday evening. They ran away from their bnmM near Forsythe,,Palo Alto county. The safest and most cevtain.,to cute of any remedy known. In tablet form, and two to four times as many doses as found in liquid medicines selling for same price.. Very Pleasant and Easy to Take! It never nauseates or disagrees with, the stomach. It restores to healthy actioa the kidneys and liver and removes from the blood lactic and uric acids and other impurities, and cures all 1 diseases originating from these causes. Send for our free booklet which gives full directions how to cure the very worst cas?s 'Excellent RBsuits from Using Kidneykura OMAHA, NEB, October 14,180B. DR. B. T. KAY MEDICAL Co.,—Gents: Three years ago I fell eighteen feet and struck across a stick oftimber 3x6, which broke, three of my ribs I was so-badly hiirt internally and all over that the doctors had but little hope:tfiat I would ever recover. It seemed to affect my/kidneys and I have had rheumatism very bad since, and would be. very sore all over when I would do : any hard work. I have been taking your. K dneykura and I can truthfully say that it has helped, me so that I am feeling better than I have for two years. B A. SANDSTEDT, 6th and Dorcas streets. Sold by druggists or sent-by mail. • • Price $1.00., ' ^ Send ad'dfess to-our; western office fo^-^ Dr. Kay's Hand Book of .Valuable Re- •. ceipts and a-Treatise on Diseases; the most valuable free pamphlet ever pub- , lished, DR. B. J; KAY MEDICAL Co.,, , 620 S.,i6tb St., Omaha, Neb. did by l! J. STUDLEY, Algona, Iowa, homes near •JJ W I »J J Uli WJ ,*- «»•-• ——- *•—• — — — rf. * ^ llO *J U »__ said because his mother whipped him. They had left on Sunday, and this was about as far as they wanted to go, aiid they had serious thoughts of life and a longing for home about this time. Wednesday morning they lit,out across the country and said they would pull forborne. We have heard nothing of them since. LuVerne News: Ghas. Birkofer, of Hanna, surprised tho citizens of that place •'going off and ^" '~ J mu " getting following from the traveling man who has been in the hotei business. The lease commences the first of April, . . . ' Mr George Stone has a now corn she-ller and is ready for business, Thd Burt school opened Monday after a two weeks' vacation. ' , ' Mr John Kerr has retqraea from his visit to Brooklyn, New ^ork, g cbas Godden returned last woeK ft ylsit wjth frion ds J B Minnesota, There wfts a wa tch meeting at the Pres^ byterian church Tuesday night, Only a few were present. Mr, OharUe Slftgle a»ft family we, ftgftjn Mr, Btepte was wwr engftged, in work, ana Mrs. Siagje spent and Allen. „..„. married. The .„_ Vinton Eagle tells about itf "Married—At the residence of Andy Lee, December 25,1895, Rev. Evans officiating, Mr. 0. J. Birkofer, of Hanna Iowa, and Miss Florence Johnson, of Vinton. Only relatives were present. A sumptuous wedding dinner was served.' Charley and his bride have the bestwishe of all his friends for a long and prosper ous life, Wesley Reporter: At 11 a, m. on Janu ary 1,1890, at tho home of J, C. Roberts George Whitson and Miss Cora Robert were united in the holy bonds of matri mony, Rev, C. E. Plummer officiating The happy couple are so well known tha anything we might say would appea superfluous, however wo wish them over prosperity. ': TAX SALE To Goo. W.:0'all. You. are hereby notified hat on tho .7th day of Due., 1801. the follow- W? described .real estate, situated In.the ounty of Kossuth. and state of'Iowa! Lot No. four (4) in clock No. ton (10) Algona, lo- va.iwas soid by the treasurer of said cpun- ;y to O. M. Doxsee, and duly assigned to E, V. Swettiiwr. who is now the lawful holder of'the certificate of purqhase thereof. That the right.oC redemption will expire and n deed for said landfbe made unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the completed service of this not- icj Bated this 7th ^ Jjgug^ P, 1 u •• '•• r of Certificate, 15-17 . Holder TAX SALB NOTICE. You are,hereby notified^''v+ To J F. Mack: You are hereby ».---— that on the 7th day of Dec.asptftfie f°How,, ing described, real estate, situated In the, county of Kossuth, and state of Iowa. Lot,,M four (4), block _No,. one hundred and. V *,'J VJ Constipation causes over half the ills of omen. Karl's Clover Root Tea is a Call's addition to Algonu, wu, was sold by the treasurer oi sold comi*, i tv to 0, M, Doxseo, and duly assigned to E. , r V. Swotting, who is now the lawful holae,p of the certificate of purchase thereof. Tuati the righi; and redemption wUl expire an4 a < deed for said land be made .unless reoejsp- ^ ^s&XVoftle^a^W ice. Pated this 7th aa| of < J^vy,. ^ p,, : 15-17 Uoldeyof Oetplflofttp, \<^ women . pleasant <mre for Constipation. PSEWALL, PAINTEB •aaws^llhfS""" ^ * " V r^i!l««»» lr JMi G, the J thftp 40, Miss boli4»y visit the on KRSM&Mte WitiUV ft membership better has returned f,ro.» - her resi«ae4 her 4«tie| IB Mtss Randall bowgypf , Wuew VM W»WP attbe Oem first Master SfttspB, F, lH»t jJuwdwr, as *» ws, My, PWpwww >o<hrtp i Yow «»»'(, >**, j -i v 1 l^ra, win, House. P. L, SLAO-LE, Mftnulactuiot of and d^alor IP and Harness AJ.QOHA. IOW4. ojd stapd, opppslte NOTICB 'OB PROBATE $ TO. ST^TE; op row^, Kossiith county,- s§. Dis* 'f f;f trlet court in and for Kossuth opu»^y. TP^ all whom it way concern; Whoyeas, pn; '. the 14th day of January 1808, a pwer porting to be the last will and JH},"*" of Moi'y M. Warner late of ,sai(» deceased, was filed in ray office, a by we opened and publicly,rpadi: j 10th da,y of March, J89f5, app^Uu ,_. flxed as the time when the same wfl^QOpj before the cpurt, at the March * of then to be held, as the- disiy last will and testament of the a " Warner deceased, atj wWcl) JLUMBING , -Sated GlerU Shop in the Bygon tMQowrt House. ANDREW HANiON, »x IX»1«A mm QMWSi!W»lYPM»iriy |irt8 4 VWM$S. •xMi&mm » ^ ywwt -m n ^7r*?r*:^^f+Si > r,n'T>ftst, f &v;bns:i /lu"! : m i^iS S-if %* »m m

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