The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1896 · Page 8
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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! Tffi {ft • For Cash.... WE HAVE SOMETHING SPECIAL TO SHOW YOU. WE THINK IF YOU WILL CALL WE CAN CONVINCE YOU THAT OURS IS THE PLACE FOR YOU TO TRADE AND A CASH BASIS THE BEST BASIS. M. Z. Grove & Son. TELEPHONE 19., Lime, Stucco, Cement, Carpet Felt and Bld'g Paper. B31PSpecial attention given to bills. Don't fail to get our liguros if you think of building. Screen Do'rs and Windo's Sash, Doors, and Mouldings. F. S. NORTON, Algona, la. BANKS, ABSTRACTS, LAUDS, LOANS AND INSURANCE ADVERTISEMENTS, Ambrose A. Call, D. H. Hutching, Wm. K. Ferguson, C. D. Smith, President. Vice-Pres. Cashier. 'Ass't. Cash. THE FIRST NATIONAL SANK, ALGONA, 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 Dorweller, F. H. Vesper, Ambrose A. Call, K, H. Spencer, Win. K. Ferguson. CASH CAPITAL—$50,000.00. OFFICERS AND A. D. Clarke, Pres., 0. 0. Chubb, Vice Pros., Thos. H. Lantry. Cashier, Geo. L Galbralth, Fred M. Miller, Myron Schenck, Thos.F.Cooke. Algona, loiva. GENERAL BANKING- Private Safety Deposit Vaults. Interest Paid for Time Deposits. W. H. Iiigham, Tlieo. Clirisclrilles, Lewis, H. Smtth,_ President. Vice President. Cashier Kossuth County State Bank. IOWA CAPITAL $5O,OOO. rated uader general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and angebo gat and sold. Collections made prompt y and a general banking busied. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. re-W. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones. T. OUrisclillles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadswbrtli, Barnet Devine. GIEIO. C. Pays 6 Per On Money Left for Three Months or Over. Money always on hand to Loan on First Mortgages, Second Mortgages and good Collateral. Notes purchased. ALGONA, IOWA. DON'T TAKE ANY CHANGES 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 guaraiitood. Good work will cost you no more than poor. Bring your work to us and you may D" sure you get what yo'a pay for and take no chances. , ESTATE FOANS, FARMS AND WILD LANDS. HAY & RICE Algona, lo\va. Opera House Block. Notary Public.. .Loan Agent. Manages Farms for Non-Residents, The Bancroft Insurance Agency J. A. FRECH, Proprietor. . Is always on deck with 12 good Companies to do all kinds oiFire, Lightning, Tornado, Life, Accident, Plate Glass, and ffitil Insurance. The strongest agency in Kossuth county. Thi most easy and liberal terms. Correspondence solicited. Will write Insurance anywhere in Kossuth county. Foundry and Machine Shop, MULLICA& OHNSTEDT, Props. done on We are hero to stay. Shop east of Butherford House. ' orders promptly attended. & AU?OIW, SWEA cm BOYS They Win Ovef the Minnesota of J?la#ef is at Minor e by Great Odds. Phil Sanaa's iDnig Store —Jerry drover Greets an Old Obmraele,— News of the Neighborhood, The Swea City and Pilot Grove base ball nines played a game at Elnioro Thursday afternoon, and Swea City won an easy victory. The Eye says: The meeting was called to order at 3 o'clock with the Swea City boys in the box. From the first mo* tions it was easily visible with the naked eye that the Pilot Grovers had more thin a match, although they did very well for no't haying played any this season and many of them being now players. The score gained by the defeated club is hardly fit for publication and score made by the victorious nine we have not space to mention in this issue. Eev. Phil. Hanna has bought a drugstore at Eagle Grove and will run it. The Eagle Grove correspondent of the Lu- Verne News says that at first it caused considerable comment and considerable surprise was expressed that the Rev. Hanna should go into the whisky business.but it is stated in the papers that no whisky will be sold by the present management. The Burt Monitor says that Jerre Grover was surprised a few days ago by a visit from Edward Loney, an old army comrade with whom he bunked two years,and whoso face he had not seen since the war. Mr. Loney lives in Canada, and by chance happening to learn Mr. Grover's address, paid him a visit. He went into the field where Mr. Grover was at work, who recognized him at a distance. It is needless to say they had a good visit, though short, for Mr. Loney returned on Wednesday. The Ledyard Leader says that a week ago Sunday, Ben Steinberg and O. E. Schutz, his brothor-in-law, who is visiting him, from Eadcliffe, captured six half grown wolves. Four of them were taken alive but two of them died with boots on. Mr. Schutz exhibited one in town Monday that was a beauty. At the state collegiate tennis tournament, held at Mt. Vernon, Tuesday, Harlan Soper, son of E. B. Soper of Emmetsburg, won the championship in both singles and doubles for Cornell college. The ledar Rapids Gazette gives him credit for some very excellent playing. The Bancroft Register says that Henry Warner of Seneca brought into that office .ast week the horns and part of the skull of a buffalo that he had plowed up on his farm a few days before. The share of the plow had broken the specimen in two; the horns proper had long ago rotted loose and fallen off, but as it is, the measurements show that the old fellow was a big one. From tip to tip they measure 24 inches; the back bone was plowed up with the head, but no legs or ribs were found to give a further idea of the animal's size. The Ruthven Appeal tells of a rare collection of specimens in the hands of N. D. Anthony of that town. They were secured in the course of ten years' travel all over this country. Mr. Anthony went as far north as Vancouver and as far south as Mexico, and some of the specimens date as far back as the stone age. The Ledyard Leader says its town needs a lawyer, and as an inducement it says: 'Such a man could find a good field here and in ten years ho could bo living in a county scat without changing his residence." The Livermorc and Forest City creameries have received world's fair medals for best butter, and possibly other creameries in the neighborhood have been as lucky: The medal is of bronze, about three inches in diameter, and is appropriately inscribed and enclosed in a case lined with plush. The diploma is a handsome specimen of the engraver's art, about 24x30 inches in size. The Germania Standard is one of the best patron I/.c-d papers in the county. Gcr- mania miv.'luvnts and business men are good advertisers. Whittemorn's school directors have hired the following teachers for the coming school yunr: L. C. Bowers Principal, Sadie* TMV'W uranimar, Mrs. C. E. Anderson liHi-rini'diiitC!, Josephine Liddy Primary. Tlic Elmore Eye says that an old settler of Ivjssnth county recently returned from the. Rod Lake country, and says that it is not a fit place for white folks to live. Wesley will celebrate decoration day. The exercises will begin at 3 p. m. and the merchants will bo requested to close their places of business from 2 to 4 o'clock. Win. Whitson, who lived on a farm near Sexton a few years ago, died in the soldiers' home at Marshalltown recently. It is going the rounds of the papers that Armstrong gets 835,000 per year from her saloons, but there must be some mistake about it. It is hard enough on a town of afow hundred population to support a saloon business that can afford to pay one- tenth of that sum. Rev. Father Tierney, of Spirit Lake, lectured at Spencer on a recent Sunday night on "Good Citizenship" and standing room was at a premium. Father Tierney is gaining considerable reputation as a temperance orator, M. II. Richards, formerly editor of the Spencer News, read an interesting paper before the Congregational state convention at Davenport! last week. The Pocahontas county papers say that Mrs. Patrick Crahan is soon to receive a legacy of two and a half million dollars from a rich uncle who died recently in Australia. The Reporter says that C. C. Crumb, the uew landlord of the Central House at Wesley, will open today. The Armstrong Journal says that P. S. King saved two men from drowning In Silver Lake, Sunday. There were three in a bo.gt which upset! ' One of the men swftmasfi&re,femfcthedtto V&6 M have sufficient strength, and would have filled a watery grave but tot Mf. king's timely assistance. Representative Sam Mayno has been appointed asroue o! the law class examining committee at the state university for next week. LOOAtS* J. A. Freeh Is agent for the best life and fire insurance companies and also for the Beaumont laundry. The ball boys of Swea City went up to Elmore last Saturday and literally wiped the earth with the Elmoro aggregation. Iowa boats Minnesota every time. Next Saturday Is Decoration Day. It will bo well observed here. F. 0. Werner, formerly of Elmore, has removed to this place and is living in the Llndberg house. He Is Working for Mr. Eckhardt of the City Meat Market. The second nine of Burt defeated the Bancroft second nine at this place last Saturday. Just wait until we get our first niners out. Hail insurance Is all the rage and J. A. Freeh writes It and charges no membership fee nor assessments. The North Kossuth Fair Association are advertising their meeting of July 3 and 4 very extensively. Bancroft will put up the best celebration ever known in this county this year. Politics have not yet warmed up much in Bancroft except that a large number of silver coinage men are visible to the naked eye. 0. L. Harper has been beautifying the interior of his photograph gallery by a new coat of paint and the City Meat Market has been painted on the outside also. School Commencement. The commencement exercises of the Bancroft High School will take place at Jefferson hall Friday evening of this week, May 29. Following is the program: Music—selected Miss Scully Invocation Rev. D. Williams Oration — "The Progress of Civilization" Marshall Barge. Essay...."The Queen of the Netherlands" i Sylvia Stahl. Solo "In Sunny Spain" Mrs. J. A. Campbell. Essay—"Immigration" Sammie Stahl Oration.."Life Without Letters is Death" Nellie Barslou. Flower Drill Miss Wallace's Class Oration "The Salvation Army" Amelia Bauman. Address to class and presentation of diplomas Principal J. R. Byers Music 11 Balen (Trovatore) Mandolin Club. Benediction Rev. W. W. Cook An admission fee of ten cents will be charged to defray expenses. GERMANIA. GEBMANIA, May 23.—We are pleased to note the base ball game between Germania and Ledyard on Friday. This was the first game of the season for both nines and each club needs patching up. The score stood 18 to 31 In favor of Germania. Carman and Teeples of Buffalo Center acted as battery for the homo team, while Hayes and Dutton did the battery work for Ledyard. The Ledyard citizens may think it hard to run in a battery, but ft was paid for 'and it cuts cheese. When Ledyard plays us again they know what to expect. Would it not be wise to have the north half and the souMi half of Kossuth county organize separate ball nines and meet midway, at Bancroft say, and see where the best base ball of the county lies. We are quite positive the south half would get a thumping as Cushions, the Swea City cyclone pitcher, would puzzle most professionals. What do you say, down there? Bruss, of Elmore, bought a number of town lots last week. Carpenter, of the Ledyard Leader, spoke well on temperance at the school house last Sunday evening. Wo need some more of it, Carpenter, judging from the amount of Elmore liquor that is in demand these day i. Some of our nlmrods went out on a wolf hunt the first of last week and succeeded In capturing soven. Six young ones and the mother. This morning rain fell heavily here. The sins of past years will bo washed away, sure. Karl's Clover Root Tea is a sure cure for Headache and nervous diseases. Nothing relieves so quickly. 1 Sold by Fr,ank Dlngley. Fresh vegetables and strawberries dally at Langdon & Hudson's. Don't Tobacop Spit or Smoke Yoiir Life Away. Is the truthful, startling title of a book about No-To-Bac, the harmless, guaranteed tobacco hatit cure that braces up nl- cotlnized nerves, eliminates the nicotine poison, makes weak men gain strength, vigor and manhood. You run nophyslcal or financial risk, as No-To-Bac Is sold by F. W. DINGLEY under a guarantee to cure or money refunded. Book free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., New York or Chicago. Farmers ! Why run the risk of Losing Crops by Hail ? —WHEN FOK— 2 CENTS AN AQRE You can secure a policy in the Mil Mutual Hail Hal OF DES MOINES, IOWA, guaranteeing you against loss for a term of five years. 4-Pply to GEO, S. AMOS, County Agent BUBT. 1QWA- « IOWA mtoi The State is Stdfm Swept Suti- day Might—Death aft the Result, Probably Pifty titles Were tost and Much Property Destroyed—In PdlkOounty, at MoQ-regor and Diirango, A cyclone passed over central, eastern and northern Iowa Sunday afternoon,cai> rylng death and destruction lii Its path, and numerous cloudbursts flooded the wl ad-swept territory. The cyclone did Its most terrible work in northern Polk and Dallas. The cyclone formed near the town of Ankenyj 25 miles north of Des Moines, and took In Its course the small towns of Bondurant, Valeria, Mliigo, Polk City and Slater, Twenty lives are known to have been lost In that neighborhood, and at east twenty more iu j ured. At McGregor the great havoc was by flood. Twenty are believed to have lost their lives by drowning and great destruction of railroad property resulted. At Durango, eight miles north of Dubuque, five lives were lost. Cherokee was visited by the flood, but central and northeastern Iowa received the worst effects. The towns along the Milwaukee line from Nora Springs east report a terrible storm of wind and rain. WESLEY. WESLEY, May 38—Nels Overbeck has commenced work on his now house. Decoration day will be observed in Wes- ey Saturday afternoon, beginning at 1 p. m. Kunz brothers will sing several pieces and the Wesley Cornet Band will render appropriate airs. Attorneys Fellows and Miller are on the program for speeches. The G. A. R. and Odd Fellows will be in the procession. The latest from Charles Bronson. whose foot was crushed by a car In Chicago recently, is that his case is progressing favorably. It was found necessary to amputate his foot, which was done just above the ankle. F. M. Butts visited him at Mercy Hospital after the amputation had been performed, and he writes to Wesley parties that Bronson is doing as well as could be hoped. Bronson will recover $1,500 of accident insurance on the loss of uls foot and he will also receive benefits from the Odd Fellows lodge at Wesley. Mrs. Martha Hill has returned from her visit to the eastern part of the state. Business is rather quiet here just at present, but the splendid crops promise a revival in a few months. A large delegation went up to attend ;ourt, Including Attorneys Miller and Fel- ows and Jurymen Nels Johnson, Loren Jenson, J. W. Geist, A. S. White and Lewis Ostrander. One of A. S. White's children stepped on a rusty nail, Sunday, and blood poisoning set in. It is too early to predict the result. Frank Hume and wife and tho latter's mother went to Le Mars On a visit on Tuesday last. Gallagher's now machinery pavilion and Grove's livery barn are both nearing completion. Mr. Colby has sold the section of the school house that he bought from the district to J. W. Wilcox, who will remodel it into a dwelling. A. S. White has bought the other and moved it up on his lot east of Ward's butcher shop. He will make an eating and lodging house of it. Wesley has a good foot ball team but it is not getting the practice it needs, as it can get no club to play with it. Wesley will do tho right thing by the editorial convention which is to bo held hero next month. BUKT. BURT, May 26.—George Paine arrived home from Iowa City whore ho has been attending school, Saturday. A number of people attended the opera at Algona.Friday evening. Tho Epworth League will have a sociable at Mrs. Mart Stoddards Wednesday evening. Mrs. Middlekauf has a friend fron Sanborn visiting her. The new fire apparatus was tried last night. The agent built a small building east of the track and when it was well afire the pump was taken out and the flames were Immediately extinguished. Mr. Walsh will be in command of tho fire company If one Is organized. Mr. Dehnert does not improve very fast and is only able to sit up for a short time. The band boys will have their annual picnic in Wm. Elvidge's grove, June 6, Children's day will be celebrated at both churches. Commencement day exercises June 19. Burt graduates are Jessie Meigs, Lama Stow, Florence Smith, James Goodwin, James McDonald, Paul Jamison, John Greenshields and Alvin Hanna. Kate Smith has a concert Friday evening in the Presbyterian church. $200,00 IN GOLD GIVEN, Of Special Interest To Students and Teachers. R. H. Woodward Company, of Baltimore, Md., aro making a most liberal offer of 1200.00 to anyone who will sell 200 copies of "Gems of Religious Thought," a new book by Talmage. This is one of the most popular books ever published. Three editions sold in 00 days. Agents sell 10 to 15 copies a day. An Estey organ, retail price $270, given for selling 110 copies in 3 months, A $100 bicycle given for selling SO copies in 2 months. A gold watch for selling 00 copies in one month. This premium In addition to commission. Complete outfit 35 cents. Freight paid. Credit given. Agents wanted also for "Talks to Children about Jesus." 150,000 copies sold and it is now selling faster than ever. Same terms and conditions as on "Gems oi Religious Thought." Other popular books and Bibles also. They offer special and most liberal rates to students and teachers for summer vacation. During last summer a large number of students and teachers canvassed for their books. Among the list there were 23 who made over 8300, 57 who won the 8100 premium, and 76 made over 1150 for their summer work. Write them immediately. 33-39, M. P. HA&<Uflr>. 6. F. PEfiJK. ttaggriM & Peek, • ' .. Successors to JdB»S & SMt*ti, ABSTRACTS, MEAL COLLECTIONS. AtOONA, * * » * IOWA. A* D* Clarke & Co., FARM LOANS. , State Baftlc. AtGONA, tA. QUO. B. OtAttKB, OHAS. A.OOBfiNOUIt Clarke & Colienoiir, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. AtGONA, IOWA. Oeo. B. Cloud, (Successor to W. B. Quartern) ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. ALOONA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth County State Bank. t> Sullivan & McMalion, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Postofflce Block. AtGONA, IOWA. E. V. Swettiiig, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Money to loan. AtGONA, IOWA. .T. L. BONAK. H. H. FELLOWS. Bouar & Fellows, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Collections will receive prompt attention. Rooms 8 and 9, Algona State Bank Bl'dg. Branch office at Wesley, Iowa. AI/GONA, IOWA. Dausoii & Butler, LAW, LOANS AND LANDS. Collections a specialty. Offloe in Gardner Oowles' new building. ALGONA, IOWA. Welt Miller, ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Collections made, All business promptly attended to. WESLEY - IOWA. .*? S. S. Sessions, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Xioaus and Insurance. Special attention given to collections of all kinds. Over Ohrlschllles' Store. ALGONA, IA. L. K. Garfleld, M. D. ; State street. ALGONA, IOWA. M. J. Keiieflck, M. D., Over Taylor's Store. AC.GONA, - - IOWA. Dr. H. C. McCoy, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. Office with Dr. Garfleld, State street. Residence McGregor street. F. L. Tribon, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence: New Boston Block. Algonu. Iowa. C. B. Paul, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Saturdays and Mondays from 1 to 4;3" p, m., devoted to examinations of eyes and fitting of {Masses. Office over Farmers' ana Traders' Savings Bank. BANCROFT. IOWA. /. ; ••X • Dr. L. A. Slieetz, DRUGGIST AND STATIONER. Prescriptions filled. Deals In Paints, Oils, Books, Perfumeries, Etc. Cor. State and Thorlngton. ALGONA, IA. DENTIST. A. JL. Blst, D. D. S,, Local anaesthetic for deadening pain in gums' when extracting teeth. AI.GONA. IOWA. E. S. Glasier, D. D. S., DENTAL ROOMS. Over the Algona State Bank. /Special attention given to saving the natural teeth. The best of modern anaesthetics used to make operations as painless as possible, ALGONA, IOWA. T' E, E, Sayers, B, V. M., VETERINARY PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON. Hospital accommodations. Office west of Brown's Livery Stable. State street. ALGONA, IOWA. '(': I ^s^ ^"s^ 4wff T W * * ^*^* ^i^P J PAINTER PAPER-HANGER. Postal card orders promptly a" •-*-*--- SPURBEOK Manufacturers and dealers In Butter Tubs, Water T<pks,, and Creamery Supplies, We also do Plaolog, Matching, Moulding. Bttaa-sawtnjr, Efttbe Work »n4 a ««Be**l woo4^?ojfeiok tmiinegs. Engineer's 8u&; B.UH.I. ep.ej<9}*J,ty. ?e,Qtprynear P-*N-W • '

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