The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1896 · Page 8
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 29, 1896
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i -V . not alf d&d^ laid in a t « < Bttt>t>ly Canned Goods How is & godd time to do so. See what a little mone? will buy— 3 Ibs Peaches loc 5 Ibs Peas iOC 3 Ibs Tottiatoes lOc 2 ibs CJoffi (Queefl Brand) lOc 26 Ibs Baisifls $1 6 Ibs Bio Coffee.., $1 OTHER.GOODS WAY DOWN. LANGDON & HUDSON. BANKS, ABSTRACTS, LANDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE ADVERTISEMENTS, Ambrose A. Gall, President. D. H, Hutchins, Vice-Pros. Wm. K. .Ferguson. Cashier. C. 0. Smith, Ass't. Ossh. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALGOLS A, IOWA. . CAPITAL, $5O,OOO. Money on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties who furnish first-class security Directors—D, H. Hutching, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Uorweller, F, H. Vesper, Ambrose A. Call, K. H. Spencer, Win. K. Ferguson. CASH CAPITAL— S5O.OOO.OO. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS, A. D. Clarke, Pros., 0.0. Chubb, Vice Pros., TTbos. H. Lantry. Oasbier, •Geo. L Galbralth, iKred M. Miller, Myron Schenck, Thos. F.Cooke. Algona, Iowa. GENERAL BANKING- Private Safety Deposit Vaults. Interest Paid for Time Deposits. W. H. Iiigham, President. Theo. Chrischilles, Vice President. Lewis H. Smith, Cashier Kossuth County State Bank. ALGONA, IOWA. CAPITAL $5O,OOO. Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly and a general banking busi- ae*a transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. Directors— W. H. fngham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Obrischllles, Lewis U. Smith, J. W. Wads worth. Barnet Devlne. c. On Money Left for Three Months or Over. -Money always on hand to Loan on First Mortgages, Second Mortgages an'd good Collateral. Notes purchased. , ALGQIfA, IOWA. DON'T TAKE^ANY CHANCES Abstracts of Title. Our books are thoroughly complete. None but experienced abstractors has ever written a word in them. Our work is done by competent persons, and is guaranteed, Good work will cost you no more than poor. • Bring yout wdrk to us arid you may be sure you get what yo'a pay for and take no chances. UNREAL ESTATE FQANS, FARMS'AND WILD LANDS. HAY & RICE •Opera House Block. Algeria, Iowa. Foundry and Machine Shop, MULLICA& OHNSTEDT, Props. "We do repairing of all kinds. Iron and brass castings and boiler work done on -short notice. MOWERS AND BINDERS OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED. We are :b.ere to stay. Shop east of Rutherford House. ' « ' ~ orders promptly attended. MULLIOA & OHNSTEDT, Algona, Iowa. Notary Public._^>> -<^_Loan Agent. Manages Farms for Non-Residents, "flanefoft'S bSrbef §feo1? 1s tJetftf Hgnt tiling 'f he proT>rlBt8r> ^fa.lbfafi- son, Weds Katie E Sheridan, a Sistef of the land men thofe, and the assistant, J, B. Johnston 1 , weds P. M. 8arlib1i f S secoftd daughter, Afihle, They'gdt lic^eS the saM6day. Mas' iHiich Jj^ bs tnelrs."-^ Upper bes MoifieSi Well ndw Isn't tliat a rich scoop on fill the other papers, td hef 1 - ald a wedding that happened over &, yeaf ago? TtiebarWs threaten to tefitef suit against the U. t). M. for a bill for cigars which everyone is demanding of Jack and Jim. Yes, Harvey, they are both maff led and have both been papa for some time. The best Joke, however, is On the JBurt Monitor, which evidently copied '-the U. ID. M. Item but failed to give credit, flai* lock cut the item down to abdut two lines and simply announced the Wedding^ If he did not get the item from the U, fi. M. where did he get it? And if he did get it there why not give credit? Qobd joke on the boyj all around. We are requested to announce that the Women's Relief Corps will have a meeting next Saturday afternobn in the Good Templars' hall. A full attendance is desired. P. G. Pettlbone has been having a very severe time with gravel stones during the past week, but is now somewhat better. A. Sundstrom made an assignment for the benefit of his creditors last week. We have not heard how much the assets and liabilities are. Everyone seems to be very sorry for Mr. S., as ho Is a first-class citizen. The Knights of Pythias had work on two candidates at their last regular meeting. Progressive Lodge No. 503, A. F. & A. M., will have their January regular meeting tonight. Frank Ranney, of Fenton, brought 21 hogs to Bancroft last Saturday that weighed on an average 300 Ibs. Pretty good bunch of hogs, and he knew where to come, also, to get the top price. . The ball in Jefferson hall last Thursday evening was pronounced a grand success by all present. The Sterzbach orchestra of Algona received some very fine compliments for their fine music'., \ There will be a genuine -leap year ball at Jefferson hall on Thursday evening, February 13, 1890. We understand 'that Sterzbach's orchestra will furnish^ the music. ":'.'.'";' The Gosche-TIx wedding, yesterday, was the event of the week. A large number of invited guests attended the reception at the residence of the bride's parents during the day. A large number of costly presents were received by the bride r and groom. ' The Good Templars gave the most successful sociable of the season at their'hall last Saturday evening. The room' was crowded full. The program was fine r> and k the supper, sociability and amusements furnished were of the best and jolliest khid. The receipts were nearly $13. |JJ •' Have you seen the latest $5,000 accident policy of theBankers' Accident Insurance Company? If not, see J. Ai Fresh about it. It only costs $14 for $5,000. Weekly indemnity, $35. Talk about creameries, the Bancroft creamery is having a boom and'a big one, at that. • • l '"' Nick Arend and C. E: McLaugb.lIh'ha^(, been in St. Paul during the past week'lay-' ing in their spring stock's of goods. There were three dances last night in this vicinity—one at Baker's, in Ramsay township, one at" Frank Butterfield's, north of town, besides the wedding danqe at Nick TIx's, in Seneca.' This country ;is strictly alive up here. ' *" Warren Newman is very sick at Herman Newman's with pleuro pneumonia^ but is reported as being a little better' by Dr. Paul. A. J. Borryman and family leave for Los Angeles, California, where they will remain for a time for the benefit of their health. Mrs, S, F. Van DeBoe, of Des, is visiting her Bancroft friends and relatives at present. ' A. P. Cronk is back, again from Mar- sballtown. We do not think they can make out a case against him. 1 little* fgfabOTSi, Wffism . CaiSTife trifei: 8eh Sfadlei has rented the fcew 8f Mlliel% the J, B, ^fine's ffifffl* Ffed fitch's held of hofs bfatigfit faltt the neat Jittie sum of i<&& MlSS Umtfy Clear y has been dcfwh visiting Miss Minnie Seely. Fred Millef has an immense pile of wtfod stacked up at the house, Mlaimltd get fi, M» tkfd&ef With his tmsz saw to whit* tie it for him, The social facets atl, P. Keith's, fiverybody*bome aad make up. HOBAllT, ttoBAtit, Jaii, 28,—The dlfeciofs of the Hobart &t eamery have fcufdiased another separator of Spurbeck & Lambert, the two now in operation not having safitei- eht capacity to separate the milk, This shows that the creamery is a growing institution. f 1 Vincent Bros, shipped three, cars of stock last evening. C. Mattsmith Was aecidentally'shot last Thursday by a young man whose name we have not learned. * Dr. Potter is being kept quite busy, there being many sick In this community. twtiw fie waS tfftvlftf ontd lite fle ,6! tttt ttie tftgdn Itntik &S <*otfi«r 6f the scale ft&m%, Stoppiiig the team fittS* denly ahd thfdW'lhg them btf the Ude 6f the scale, the heftf notse 1 striking &' hitch* ihg post in such a manner that the past ran clear tfafough the hotse from flank, to The new elevator at Wesley, which' was pfdwised by February flrsfrj was finished ahead of time and began doing Its good work last week, charge. Henry fitollenbeftk has BUFFALO FORK. FOBK, Jan. 28.—Jas, Stow Is building a new house on his farm In Buffalo Fork. The L. M. S. will give a poetic social at the home of Mrs. Henry Bartlett, Saturday evening of this week. Oyster supper. All are cordially invited. Mrs. Stow Is visiting her son and daughter in Buffalo Fork. FENTON. -. . FENTON, Jan. 28.—Mr. Eady, of Lotts Creek, wad buying cattle here last week. John Beck, of Forsythej was in the township on the same mission Saturday. The Fenton co-operative creamery finished packing Ice Saturday last. Mr. Ollie Barquist drove up to German- la Friday, returning the following day. Wm. Wittie, of Depew, was on our streets last week. The tedyarcl Leader understands that Mrs, Cal, Wfls6H is in a critical condition with abscess of the head. She is having a full measure apparently, of sorrow: and sickness, and sympathy goes out to her afresh, * Germania reports having shipped 114? car loads of stock, grain and produce ih 1895. R, M. Richmond is building so much sidewalk to accommodate his new addition to Swea City that he ships the lumber in by the carload. Geo. W. Lister has sold his eighty-acre farm, one mile north of Sexton, to Wm. Hager, for $30 per acre. Mr. Lister has no Intention of leivlng the county. He is in the market for another fa^m. The Wesley Reporter says: The report that Stltzel Xi Way is going to Sexton is a mistake. It is Mr*, Hamby who has charge of the Bank of Sexton. There was a largely attended meetlngof farmers at Sexton last Wednesday to discuss the desirability and practicability of a creamery. The proposition was enthusiastically favored by everybody present, and $500 worth of stock Was subscribed "on the spot. Another meeting will be held by the Sexton farmers today. but especially valuable the like as to , nfid it will do sd this FARMER'S The Bancroft Insurance Agency, J. A. FRECH, rPropetor i / fa ' ^ Is always on deck witk 12 good Oorapa»ies to of,Fire, Lightning, Toruadp, Life, Acoident; Hail Insurance, The strongest agency in -The roost easy and liberal terms, Correspondence soUeitea, write Insurance anywhere in Kossuth county. IOWA • • : . •• WESLEY. ; WESLEY, Jan. 28.—Ben Hopkins and wife returned from their vacation and Ben has resumed his,old place as depot agent for the C. M. &St. P. railway. Rube Allyn, the New York humorist, gave a pleasing entertainment .at .Kunz's hall Monday evening. John S. Gallagher has received a carload of wood and is selling jt to parties at $4.50 a cord. The protracted meetings continued at the M. E. church with unabated vigor. John S. Gallagher has received a carload of wood and is selling to parties at $i.50 per cord. , '" O. A. H. Anderson has returned from a visit in the western part of the state. A. J. Pearson has returned 'home after spending a few days visiting friends and relatives at Nashua. L.' V. Hamby is building a new residence on the lots just east of the property occupied by S. X. Way. The new elevator has been' completed arid commenced buying grain; as a result the market is better. Fred A. Corey intends making a trip to Wisconsin in the^near future. Geo. Boyle, of Whlttemore, made our town a pleaSantcall one day last week. We understand that the authorities closed Schneider's -dance hall lasti Saturday night, W. A. Gillespie came near meeting with a serious accident while endeavoring to shcie a fractious mule last Monday. Some persons have taken ^t upon themselves to instruct Rev. Plummer how he should conduct his church affairs by sending him letters pointing out what they suppose to be flaws. If the parties would h&ve courage enough to sign their names to what the write they might be considered something of a man or woman, as the case might be. „ ' The Studer & MathJas stock of general merchandise is being sold at auction. COUNTY CLIPPINGS, Wesley Reporter: C. L. Lund has notified the M. E. people here that he will give enough land on which to erect a church building. Germania Standard: R. M. Richmond, the banker at Swea City, sold 14 lots last week to different parties in that burg. Richmond is building up Swea City. Burt Monitor: The Workmen are arranging for a big speech and banquet for Monday night, Feb. 10. The Hon. J. L. Tilton, Grand Overseer, of Ottumwa. will deliver the speech, setting forth and explaining the purposes, objects and growth of the order. He has the reputation of being an eloquent and clever speaker. The various committees have been appointed, and further announcement will be made later. ,, ._**•-• • Ledyard Leader:- OinerCleary, former Resident of,-'Ledyard'and^ employe of 'C. Wilsori 1 & Co., arrived from 'Two Horns, Monday, and' is stopping^* with" hlfe- old friend>'C;<A.'Ordway.'!''H'e sr.ysTtbe piner- ies of.Mlflnesota are booming' and thaf' it isn'.t much of a trick for a man to hit a job of wprk in Minneapolis for the \yf>ods. .Whittemore Champion: A'reading circle was organized iastf week with r a mem-' bership of about twenty-and the' following officers elected: President, Dr.' Bowen; Vice President, G, F. BarslOu; Secretary,-Mrs. Barslou. Their "meetings are held on Friday evening -and the next meeting will be at >Mr. Hotelling's residence, Jan. 34th, They are reading Russell's,"Bigelow Papers" so welj known as being of a rare humorous character, adcouflt book is gotten ue Witth** view to the especial needs of: farffleff <: and is a very desirable thing to hav& r<7 la the house. It is of legal eat» si&& ",«!» with stiff mattilla coVerSj'has. sf>'aee^'< }e * 'for miscellaneous memofatida afldt^ has ruled Monthly expense account V sheets, showing,articles purchased aad' f, articles sold during the year," ItebnV tains 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 26 cetit * book and no farmer can afford to .be without it for four times that. It can be had by farmers whq pay i n advance for 1806. Anyone wishing to see, one of these books can do so at this office. * , CLUBBING OFFERS. ' - > REPUBLICAN AND REGISTER FOR 81,85, ' !! Inter Ocean $1.85 ' N.Y. Tribune 2.30 •' Pioneer Press 8.30,, •„ Chicago Times...:. -2.30 ' New York World.', 2,30 \ New York Sun.'... 2.90: : Homestead.-....'..; 2.40 •' Orange Judd Far- • • »•„<> mer.....^ .,; 2,25 Harper's Weekly.. 4.75"' ,\ Harper's Bazar.... 4.75 ; Harper's Magazine 4.60-v • Cosmopolitan '• 2.60',': Mc'Clures Magaz'n 2.60," N. Y. Independent ,4.00 '« Chautauquan 3j6f, v Review of Eeviews 4.CO •' Decorah Posten... 2.50 "t. The Midland.:.... '2.5 r ., Scientific American 4.1'; '••' Century 5.-1' 1 '' St. Nicholas 4.10 Scribners .'' 4.10 „" Youth's Compan- • ',. ,Ion 3.40 '" Week's Current.... .2.66, Where more than two papers are desirr j „ ed, the amount to be remitted to" this' of- > flee for each paper is in every case- found •', by_ deducting 51.60 from' the'combination's price. « , /, -//, II II II II n 14 II II II II II II II II It II II II II u it i u it u u tt u u u it u u u u WESLEY'S NEW B.UILPING $i-00 TWICE A WEEK ™F »B mi^==^ FOR ONE YEAR * *^' FOP $! .00. giveyoutwolarge,grpage, with Iowa new|©x6au^iye]y roundea HP by Aiwiatad Pre^i aad 8RecJal !«tevrapbt9, ft - *n*ri rte\ ? rtia TVI <i f Lrnra + tirf/»£> ^™;Utown, ^,4«jrea§ for , --'- OR every -Tue ewts tq 11 ~ OB1SSCO. , CBESCO, Jan. 2,7,— Miss Ion Seattle, o'f Whittemore, visited with her friends, Misses Clara and Carrie Curtis, the latter part of the week. , ,' Mr. and Mrs, Mathew Volley are the recipients of congratulations, All on account of p, baby boy that came to their home last Friday, Jan, 84, Mother babe are doing well. Mr, C, W, Baird.has rented the C, farm for the coming season/ '. Mr. and Mrs, Matt lioarman rejoice over the arrival of a young son, # Mrs. Lucy Wallace, jnotber of MT S > Coleman Chubb, hp been quite feeble bu,t Is very much better at this writing. • • ' Miss Lillie Bowen was on v the slcl? list the fore p^i't Qf the week, • ' . Mr, and Mrs. Wesley DutWn, of more, were here tq at^nd the of Mrs, Geo, Bam Mr. ai>4 Mrsi Chester Pjitton, ton, Salea-Agents Wanted for tp Mea^qre $nd Deadly Made Cloth- jn» by Sample. Very Jowest prjoes for best ulothfpg. Liberal commissions are paid. Energetic soliciting agents oun make Jrom one to three ^liqusapd uoUars yearly, 1 Storekeepeirs oan supply -themselves •vvitfi" out carrying stppk> 8en4 tUr^e references. • WANAMAKER,*BBQWN, 18-19 Philadelphia, PAT, A Magnificent Structure' 1 'Erected by that Little Town at a. Cost of $io,poo. "Wesley Eeporter: r .Accompanied by Contractor T, reganza,' it was our pleasure last Saturdaj to view the interior pi our handsome new school bouse,' 1 Situated nearly in^ the, center, of a block in the northwest part of town op a high and commanding piece of ' land it can be a long distance from all directions, Its dimensions are 64'feet and 4 inches by 6£ and 4 in* ch'es, two stows high adorned with 'a large belfry, on top. of-Which is H a flag staff, and from which floats, the. • stars and stripes, OB all national, holidays. The building epntaips sij? rooms, 83x30, all finished jn hard pine,, and situated so the light from tb.e six windows .com'" es, from t^e-rea? apd.lefJ'gjde Q£ eaob ropm, in Addition wjshe, u^uai '-topi ture-each room b^s a,' s'^a'tioBwy """' case, At present th^thjepjip^p i are oc<?upi§d« 'Pringjpjil' pies the, northeast rpona, BUTTER COST, '-'i A correspondent writes to the 1 'cultural college to make the','following' feu give me whatJt-costBito.prbdude^Doun'd'Oft jiai-jtft .LSUDUI/UJ.- VVUHOD injrepiy ,s Experiments conducjbedat'thissp during sevsnty-seven' days 'la^ gave us an.averaKe'6f : 12?3"Biit; eight cows, but feed'wSs ' winter'-owing to ^he dfoqth of •the ious-summer.-. ' : As near as. Xe .c mate it costs 5 cents a s pOund?to ' >t the summer.and-winter taken'',bgetherffM| will average perhaps around,8 centrf-ja'jWw pound,>but this only includes 1 the".feed' s ff?^ of,the cow. '"Other expenses-depend on,' 1 ^" so many other things tbat,I do.n'ot; flpe^-s ter into them. I am well satisfled'thal; f^i this cost will be considerably -reduceT in the future wrbh;better pastures i aio< the growing of green .leguminous;c."~ to feed the cows when pastures' dry. If the power." milking- becomes a general -implemen dairy, that will still further ri cost of a pound of butter. ,J other products, ,the , more -w*' 1 their Production, make them,"-/ to i , should advise ybv from the North a,,_., _,.,, „__ M»JSBl%MifffJiI Artesian well contra^?- 'I h^ve the pnly cable steam drilling maehipe owned tn' cpunty; sink wells for water supply towns, cities-and i'allrpa,d> < gpecjaj q,t<> tentlon to farm, well work.. - Estimate? made. I employ only expert drjjlers. ' Address, A, F, PAH»Y, Ai<e9J?A,'" ^W^ff I^^^W ^^^W-^^^W AND toMd^art,u4' pareate of , She is the fljpgt Jffflf QBOSSK mi ? J»». 9? F. Mttlw^ 407 . iiiiT^^ |^

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