The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1896 · Page 8
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To those of our ctistoinet othefs who have hot already laid in a supply of Canned Goods Now is a good time to do so, See what a little money will buy— 8 Ibs Peaches iOc 3 Ibs Peas iOc Ibs Tomatoes IOc 2 Ibs Corn (Queen Brand) loc 25 Ibs Baisins. $1 6 Ibs Rio Coffee $1 OTHEB GOODS WAY DOWN, LANGDON & HUDSON, sag COUNTY, &BSTR1CTS, LMDS, LOAHS AMD USURJKCE IDYERTISEMEHTS. A. Call, President. D. H. Hutchins, Vloe-Pres. Wm. K. tferguson. Cashier. C, D. Smith, Ass't. Cash. Vera Lodge No, 291, K. of P., had theft installation last Monday evenifag. The officers were installed by M. A. father, who is District Deputy for this district. As we published the names of the officers some time ago it is unnecessary to repeat them this Week. Mrs. S. L. Johnson, of Fall-play, Wisconsin, who has beeii Visiting at the home of her son, Mr. j. L. Johnson, since Christmas, Will return home fiefct Mon* day. Mrs.d. W. Goddafd and her guesti Mrs. Piper, left for Algona yesterday to visit with F, R. Anderson and family. Mrs. H. Johnson will have a sale of farm property at hef home, northwest of Swea City, Charles R, Morehouse Will clerk the sale. Two weddings are slated for the near future as follows: Ob January 28th Nicholas Goche, son of John Goche, will be married to Miss Katie Tlx, daughter of Nick Tix, of Seneca township. Oh Fob* ruary 5th will occur the wedding of Geo. Schlede and Miss Katie Goche. Both weddings will take place at St. John's church, after Which a reception will be given at the residences of the brides' par- THE FIRST NATIONAL SANK, IOWA. CAPITAL,, $5O,OOO« •••ffl&nmy on hand to loan nt reasonable rates to parties who furnish first-class security •-Directors—D. II. Hutching, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, F, H. Vesper, Ambrose A. Call, IB. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. CASH CAPITAL—$5O,OOO.OO. AND DIRECTORS, A.D.Clarke, Pres., O.'O. Chubb, Vice Pres., TUos. H. Lantry. Oasbier, Geo. L Galbralth, Fred M. Miller, Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Oooke. Algona, Iowa. GENERAL BANKING- Private Safety Deposit Vaults. Interest Paid for Time Deposits. £. H. lugham, President. Theo. Clirischilles, Vice President. Lewis H. Smith, Cashier ossuth County State Bank. ,-tiUEiGO!NA, IOWA. ' CAPITAL $5O,OOO. Caoorporatod under general laws ot Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and •>*,&asaeskic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly and a general banking busi- >. 'XRR3 transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. Directors—W, H. Inghara, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Ohrlschllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. *' W. Wads worth. Barnet Devine. O. Money Left for Three Months or Over. Money always on hand to Loan on First Mortgages, Second Mortgages and Collateral. Notes purchased. ALGONA, IOWA. 00JTT TAKE ANY CHANCES Abstracts of Title. '•'<Sfflr books are thoroughly complete. None but experienced abstractors has ever - s,sri?iSien a word in them; Our work is done by competent persons, and is guaranteed. •- fcJkrod. work will cost you no more than poor. Bring your work to us and you may be s you get what you pay for and take no chances. FOANS, FARMS AND WILD LANDS. HAY & RIOE Algona, Iowa. House Block. Foundry and Machine Shop, MULLICA& OHNSTEDT, Props. "Wo do repairing of all kinds. Iron and brass_castings and boiler work done on g or an _ notice." MOWERS AND BINDERS OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED. to stay. Shop east of Rutherford House. "" " orders promptly attended. We are MULLICA & OHNSTEDT, Algona, Iowa. IMotary Public.^^ - !es Farms for Hon-Residents, Loan Agent. Bancroft Insurance Agency, J. A. FRECH, Proprietor. Is always on deck with 12 good Companies to do all J^inds 4j€Fire, Liglitniiig, Tornado, Life, Accident, Plate Glass, and Mail Insurance, The strongest agency in JCossutti county, "jaw njost easy and liberal terms, Correspondence solicited, Will write Insurance anywhere in Kossuth county. ents. We wish the young people every success in life. John Reibhoff Camp installed their officers for 1896 last Friday and the following Is a complete list of their officers: Captain, W. E. Stall! j First Lieutenant, L. A. Barslou; Second Lieutenant, L. Sheldon; Chaplain, J. R. Byers; First (Sergeant, Francis W. Winter; Q. M. Sergeant, Alden H. Winter; Color Sergeant, D. C. Hewitt; Sergeant of Guard, O. L. Ostrander; Principal Musician, Byron Gardner; Corporal of Guard, Sam Stahl; Camp Guard, W. S. Stahl, Jr.; Picket Guard, A. M. Fassett: Camp Council, J. R. Byers, L. A. Barslou, Orville Ostrander; Delegate, D. C. Hewitt Alternate, L. A. Barrlou; Installing Officers, Francis W. Winter. Sam Zickert, who formerly conducted a restaurant hero, was arrested In Wisconsin some time ago for forgery, and he pleaded insanity through his attorney. He was examined by a committee of physicians, according to a Dubuquo paper, and found sane. We have not heard how he came out in the end, but presume he has not yet had his trial. Miss Alice Johnson went to Swea City last week to visit with her sister, Mrs. Olof Pearson. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of Curlew, Iowa, are here visiting their daughter, Mrs. E. E. Gray, who has been on the sick list foi about a week. The Bancroft markets for yesterday are as follows: Oats lie, corn 14c, flax 73c wheat 44c, barley 15c, hogs $3.65, baled hay $4.00, cattle$2.00, steers $3.30, turkeys 6c, chickens 4c, ducks 5c, geese 4c. The Bancroft creamery took in 14,000 pounds of milk last Monday and the re ceipts are steadily increasing. The pros pects are good for a very much largei year's business. August Johnson says that were it not that several tubs of butter were stolen last month, they would have paid an average of $1.05 for milk during the month. M. C. Gilbert, of Mason City, the ownei of the old Heathershaw farm west o town, was in Bancroft yesterday, The Bancroft stock yards are .being thoroughly renovated and fumigated on account of the prevalance of hog cholera in these parts. Mrs. Anton Thola is reported as being sick by Dr. Paul. Geo. Yager, of Whittemore, was visiting with Dr. Paul, his brother-in-law, th first of the week. If you want $5,000 good accident.' insur-1 ance, $26 per week indemnity, "Preferred Class," in a good Company, J. A. Freeh can sell it to you for $14 per year in an A No, 1 Company. .'•»^i) '•: The funeral of John L. Peters was conducted at the Baptist church by Rev. Laidley last Sunday under the auspices of the I. 0. O. F. and K. of P. The two orders turned out in good shape and made a very impressive appearance. The church was crowded and many were present from other towns, thus paying their tribute of respect to the memory of the deceased. The revival services at the M, E. church have closed for the winter. Father Hughes, of Blue Earth City, vis^ ited his friend, Father Schemmel, of this place, on Monday last. Special communication of Progressive Lodge, A. F. & A. M, tonight, and regular communication one week from tonight, when the second degree will be conferred. Full attendance) js desired. t am SOffy to be unable to revert ft go'ffd meeting at the West tffiion Lttefaffr Sffei* shut clfdttfflstances, over which we had n6 cofitfol, combined With a Ve?H&tk night, prevented a full house. Several of .he speakers had severe colds and So were dther absent or If present were unable to rake any active part ih the exercises. The question, Jtesolvedj '"That county ife is preferable to city life," Was to have been debated by Mr. He'lleman, the Lotts Creek buttefmakef, oh the affirmative, indby Prof, Safchett, of the D, ttice chool house. Mr. Heileman Was present and anxious to proceed, but owlhg to the absence of Prof. Sarchett the debate was >ostpOtied Until Thursday, J&n, 2<l. Helle* man says the Prof, is afraid to meet hlitl n the oratorical arena, but the Prof, gives a very plausable story why he wasn't there He took his brother's horse, and, as the Ight Was very dark, instead of- bringing up at the school house he brought the Prof, up at the-house of his brother's best gi*l. You see the horse knew his bust* less, but the girl Would have none of the Prof. He Says next Thursday bight he will ride the steady old white and hopes to reach the school house on time, and as for the butter-maker doing him up, he will get done up In a way that he will remember. The Prof, says that ho knows as much about country life as Heileman, in fact knows more than he wishes, and In addition has had much experlense in city life. A full program will be given. Everybody Is invited, and a full house is assured if the night is at all favorable. Remember Thursday evening, Jan. 23. iniifif mm Idf ; hfe ts wffl &B §rt6fed fttt thS eof fief south of the dfibfe Bf ds. &tom Mr, S. Mulhair is Suffering ffdtt ati attack of f henmfttlstfl. fe W. Cook is also on the Sick list. CoOk Bros, are cribbing ft large amount of corn, for Which they are now paying fourteen cents per bushel. The creamery company have engaged August Seufell as butter make? fof another jr eah Hobftrt is getting to be quite a tewn for sport, there being some talk of building a track to train their fast horses on. PLUM CREEK. PLUM CHEEK, Jan. 20.—It is rumored that J. E. McWhorter Is going to erect a large dwelling house in the near future. A. L. Seeley has been Improving the looks of his place, and likewise that of the Plum Creek Lutheran church, by cutting down that row of willows bordering on the public highway. Fred Miller awhile ago, we understand, bought what was known as the J. B. Jones farm of 160 acres, the consideration being $25 per acre. The young folks seem to take the advantage of the nine days and some of the nights also in using the ice on the river for skating parties. There are an unusual number of colds In all quarters. We understand that Frank Nicoulln does not want that road that has been viewed unless Henry Schlck pays $30. If he don't, then Nicoulin Intends to run a road through Schick's land, but we venture the guess that Frank will get left. It is a queer law that forces one man to pay another man's damage. Hogs are on the gain. Buyers are ,out today paying $3.50. We think they will reach $4 ere six weeks. Harrison Warner sold eight pigs for $91. They weighed 2,600, or 325 apiece. , Jah. iS.-^Mf. 13, Lepiejfj of Swea Cityi was in Ledyarel on Thursday, It is said that he is doing well in the livery business in teat lively town, , Rev, Walker is wearing a smile, all on account of the arrival of a son on the llth, It is yet undecided Whether We shall have a creamery in Ledyafd of not. Mr, and Mrs, Casper Lang are in North' field, Minn,, visiting the tatter's'parents. They expect to be gone about two weeks. As F. Hartzell's family were returning home from Ledyard, where they had been attending a revival meeting, their buggy became uncoupled,throWlng the occupants to the ground. No serious damage Was done. Mr. Wilt Yager spent Saturday In Ledyard. BUFFALO FORK. Clyde Robbins, who has been visiting for the past two weeks at Mrs. Manley's, returns to his home this week. Misses Ora Paine, Grace Davlson and Laura Stow, visited friends in Portland last week. The stockholders of the Buffalo Fork creamery will fill their ice house this week and intend to resume business March 1. Misses Vora Stott and Ella Cooper have been on the sick list the past week, but are now Improving. The leap year social at Mr. Fox's was well attended, about sixty being present. Proceeds $7.35. Milo Brown, of Garner, is visiting acquaintances in this vicinity. Following are the names of pupils attending Buffalo Fork school who were not absent nor tardy during the month ending January 17th: Effie Allen, Addie Allen, Loney Rike, Lily Rike, Otto Falk and Tillie Falk. John Davison left last week for Northern Minnesota, where he will make his future home. While f hey Last, ami Thsse Who Speak Pit-st with their Maney Get Them, The fcepublicdh and the S&Ving Account Bobk lot $ Liberal Clubbing Offers. Labot WttiLfi f M1V LAST, like moat . aewgf>at>ers, offered premiums td sub* paying in adfatiee, and tea limited e*tefit it Will do ed this i, sujpplv holds 4 out, This pfttumm id especially valuable to fafmbfs, and the offeu belowv is intended for their benefit, It is the IOWA $1.00 TWICE A WEEK HIA ===z FOR ONE Y For $ 1,00, FOR ONE YEAR T ..R * *"• sent to the TJMES-REPUPLIOAN, Marshalltown, the Sprai- Weekly T,*R. will be mailed to any address for one year, is-will <give you two large, 8*page, 56-poluwn papers a week ou every Tuesday ' Frjdfty, with Jowa news exhaustively rounded up by our correspondents to date ' ' j, Associated Press and special telegraphic news of the world, special and Pea Moin.es service, the markets twice a week, James Wilson's i and dairy department, fiction by the most noted writers of the day, and the jradeof general miscellany. It is the Jwgest aud best Iowa Semi-weekly". Its '' j report lias been celebrated for years, 3896 is to be a year of exciting t eyents. Send your subscription now and get the benefit. ING TJWES-RBPVBMOAN, unrivaled lu thelqwq. news field, Quick, co: hours ahead of mctming paners with a}l telegraph news auc 1 '""", $1.85 for three months. Address ' TlMESr.REflUBUQAN Good Templars will give a di.ine so cial at their lu.ll over Hudson's store next Saturday evening in place of their lar weekly meeting. A largo number of tickets have already been 'sold and a groat time is anticipated. At their regular election of Bancroft lodge, No. 517, 1. O. G. T., at their hall last Saturday evening the following were, el- ectedt C. F., Grace Llttlefield; V, F M Minnie Soronsen; Chaplain. Mrs. G, W, Smith; Secretary, J, A- Freeh; Financial Secretary, Mrs. p. E. Smith; Treasurer, William Stahl. Their installation will take place or»e week from next Saturday night and Dodge Peputy Q-. W. Smith will act as Installing officer, The lodge is do Jng considerable work at this time. Mrs- H, 0. Brwer has been visiting friends in Bminetsburg 4m'lug the past week, Mayor Call aftftnaijd family are located in their new home in the P-helps house, west of the track. 'Miss 13s§ie gh.erj4a.n left for MimjeapoJ* Is Monday eMW'Olng IQP 8 Visit with, hjr a,«ut, who lives at that place. UNION. • UNION, Jan. 20.—This winter seems an unusually quiet one in Union, owing no doubt to the great amount of sickness and diseaseprevailent through the country. Mrs. Salisbury, who has been very low, with lung troubles, is improving slowly but is still very weak. Mr. McCain buried his baby, three weeks old, last Monday. The interment took place at Whittemore. Collins Tjaden is still very sick with typhoid . fever. He was at one time thought to be much better, but his fever raised again. His young friends hope to see him around again. The Tjadeus have had a long siege ever since the first of October with the dread disease. Mr. Henley's family have been afflicted with grippe; all are about about again but Mr. Henley, who has just been taken. There was a pleasant party at Hugh { Herman's last Wednesday evening. All had a most enjoyable time. . It was with much .pain that the many Union friends of Mrs. Bert Masten. learned of her sudden death, being a most intimate friend of the Bailey's and Carrolls. She was a lovable woman and none could know her but to have the deepest respect for her. In her quiet way she went about always leaving a ray of sunshine after her. She lost one little boy five years old, who was drowned soveralyears ago, and two little babes each aged about six months. All the deaths were like hers, so sudden, as well as usual the day before, She leaves four children, the eldest a girl a'ged 14 and the youngest a boy aged ; S. Mr, Maston has been afflicted with asthma for years and depended on her so much, Ho has the deepest sympathy of all, ''She thoughdel- icate in appearance always enjoyed the best of health, and her death seemed a great surprise, The John L, Sha'dlo pl'ice. is about to change hands again, -: Mrs. Henry Reibhoff has been in attendance at the bed side of her grand mother, Mrs, Adams, in Algona, for the past week. I see the Homestead sends out a plea for the women in regard to their being placed upon the program at the Farmers' Institutes this winter. Peter Reibhoff, son of-M. Reibhoff, is here on a visit to his aged father and mother. His house is In northern Minnesota, where ho is well situated, ha? a farm of 280 acres, runs two steauj threshers and owns a saw mill, This is bis first visit for seventeen years. Wm. Cox lost a cplt by being cut on the barbed wire, FENTON. Mr. and Mrs. Widdle weie visiting with friends In Emmetsburg last Wednesday and Thursday. The Weisbrod school gave theEbherling school a visit last Thursday. Otto Bucholt, of Lotts Creek, was seen on our streets last Saturday. Mrs. Conrad Rahn has a brother and sister here from Illinois. The oyster supper at Lewis Hable's, Sr., was well attended last Wednesday ; night, and all report a good time. Mr. Hollister.has.left for a,'visit with friends and relatives in Wisconsin. BOOK, The account book is gotten up With a view to the especial needs of farmers and is a very desirable thing to have in the house,. It is of legal cap sifce, with stiff manilla covers, has space for miscellaneous memoranda and has ruled monthly expense account sheets, showing articles purchased and articles sold during the year, It contains a great fund of information val uable to the farmer and handy for reference, including tables, estimates, computations, blank forms, facts for builders, recipes, etc. It is a 25 cent book and no farmer can afford to be without it for four times that. It can be had by farmers who pay in advance for 1896. Anyone wishing to see one of these books can do so at this office. CLUBBING OFFERS. REPUBLICAN AND REGISTER FOR $1.85. ' ' Inter Ocnan ...... . fl.85 ' N. Y. Tribune ..... 2.30 ' Pioneer Press ...... 2.30 ' ' Chicago Times ..... 2.30 ' New York World.. 2.30 1 ' New York Sun.... 2.30 Homestead ........ 2.40 Orange Judd Farmer ............. ... 2.25 Harper's Weekly.. 4.75 H arper's Bazar .... 4.75 Harper's Magazine : 4.00 Cosmopolitan...... 2.60 Mc'Clures Magaz'n 2.60 N. Y. Independent 4.00 Chautauouan...... S.flr Review of Reviews 4.CO Decorah Posten... 2.50 The Midland ....... 2.5 r . Sclent! fie Amor lean 4.1' Century. ........... 5.1' St. Nicholas ...... .. 4.10 " Scribners ..... . .... 4.10 " " Youth's Companion ................. 3.40 :' " Week's Current.... 2.65 Where more than two papers are desired, the amount to be remitted to this office for each paper is In every case found by deducting $1.50 from the combination price. Pure Apple Cider for mincemeat Patterson & Son. at , yew: B h yow Me.a4s i Jan. 32,— Hobftrt now has teU corawunicaMon with, the ou> side world- l\ I* a thrivjug tusjpegs place aj}4 it i,s wt wnuecte4 with, a,n.y town pr village, byt is entirely PBt, §11 Of Its In^ahttan^s b,ej Ueyers, }n, the Mo.nrae, ^cfcr in,e,, 8t,OPk buyers, OOTJNTT OLIPPIMS, ;< Germania Standard: 6. G. Chesley, of Blue Earth City, made a business'trausac- tion while in this burg last Thursday, He purchased a block and a half of resident property, of B. F. Smith and accompanied by his sister,' Miss Hattie, of Eliriore returned home the next day. Mr. Chesloy surely made a good investment in buying Germania property and we welcome him to our midst as soon as he can make arrangements., LuVerne News: Phil. Hanna was in town this week, looking much better, and will soon make this his headquarters once more. He has been rusticating . and fattening up out on his brother's farm near Lu Verne, and accomplished the. feat of gaining thirty-seven pounds In 3 weeks,so that his nearest friends scarcely know him. ' Wesley Reporter; Among the possibilities in the way of improvements next spring may be another double brick block east of the Wesley State Bank building on Main street by Messrs. Heal and Gallagher. We hope these gentlemen may see their way clear in the enterprise, Swea City Herald; Quit^ a sensation was caused on our streets Monday by the sight of a man who had Imbibed tao freely of that which intoxicates. This is the first case of this kind that we have- seen In the year that we have-lived here and we hope it will be a year, yes, more than a year, before we see another. Ledyard Leader; Mr, and Mrs. B, A, Dunlap took Saturday's p, m, train for Des Moiiios where they awaited the coming of Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Punlap, who left Monday, wheji all will go to Hot Springs, Arkansas, where they will remain sometime and then journey through the Lone Stw state, Frjends wish them a pleasant time and safe arrival home In wrjtjpg home friends from Jackson' vjlle, Florida, Mr, Werner says an over* coat Js a very useful article,., the 1 nights being Quite frosty, so much so of late us to, damage the orange prop to a great extent, 1 which hfts Jnprea^ed the price to apiece, Mr. and Mrs. WJemer to visit the old historic town of St, ustjno and then g,o 3,00 m|les further where It was wariper, then cress tlje <gu]f a,nd return Jipqie via Arkansas ppjots, Abo? of Milt in Buffalo tQwosbJpigRli.sne of his, broke QB Monday white playing The We lew tbwJ* I, the death oj Henry Isitw FLORIDA AND SOUTHEAST. '4 If you have any intention of going „• $$ to the southeast this fall'or .•winter, you './.?', & should.' advise yourself-of th'e'best'route 7 ^' -1 £* ft from the North and West. This is the '" !'•* Louisville & Nashville Kailroad, which ! is ; running double daily trains from St. Louis, Evansville, Louisville and Cincinnati through to Nashville,' Ohatta- - nooga, Birmingham, Atlanta, Montgomery, Thomasville, Pensacola, Mobile, Jacksonville and all Florida points.: Pullman Sleeping Car Service through. Specially low rates made to Atlanta during the continuance of ;the -Cotton States Exposition, and tourists rates to all -points in Florida and Gulf Coast resorts during the season. For particulars as to rates and through car service, write Geo. B. Homer, Div. Pass. Agent, St. Louis, Mo., J. K, Kidgely, N. W. Pass. Agent, Chicago, 111,. G. P. Atmore, Gen,'! Pass. Agent. For anything in the crockery call on Patterson & Son. line » n 11, - ««, On6 4. buMre.a' Oj-QaU's addition to Ajf— was sola by the troaauvep.pf a«I of the oevt: the rig-Ma,-,, deed for sa)d t]on from buo whp is now the mwn SM cteru pf , ... . , ^ „,JQW6,aga}n?ttke lands, tefieja9AtSr *J« awdMi's . jpf Svigene ln.d,ep,en,4 firm was a 4&n,pe $4 0 Ilmer gay DJ suit! Woi^y, Keuwady County: Map Of The South, Pree, If you are Interested In the South and would like to have a county map showing _ the principal counties in detail in the states of Kentucky,. Tennessee, Alabama and a portion of Mississippi and Florida, send your address to P. Sid Jones. Pass, Agent, Birmingham, Ala,, or C. P. Atmore, Gen'l Pass, Agent, Louisville, Ky. This map is made to fold up in convenient form, and contain letters written by several northern people who have settled at different points on the Louisville & Nashville B. B. 1 SALESMAN WANTED, To sell Minnesota grown Nursery Stock, Seed Corn ana' Potatoes for spring delivery. An early start is half tjae battle, Three plans of work, Pay every week, Write for particulars, ' NURSERY 00,, Lake Gity, Mipn, • , TAX SALE • KOTO, -, • ,ToJT, P.Mapk:, Youjvre hereby notified

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