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THE UPPER MB MOINES: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1891. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. **^i*^*^*^^*f**^-^^^^^^S^^+*'*+S'+^^^^** m +^***^**S****^*****^' CEO. E. CLARKE, - ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. W. B. QUARTON, * ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Kossuth County bank, Algona, Iowa. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Over Kossuth Co. bank. DANSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW* Loans and collections. Over Frank Bros, S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security. Over Chrischilles' store. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office. State st., one door east of Cordingley. Residence, McGregor st., east of the public school building. H. C. MeCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AN.D SURGEON. Special attention to city practice. MORSE & PRIDE, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Office east of Rutherford house, Algona, Iowa. G. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Next door to J. G. Smith's store, Algona, la. J. E. HILL, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Wesley, Iowa. Day and night calls attended to with promtness. T. J. FELLING, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Consultation in English and German. Office and residence over H. Goetsch's store, Whittemore, Iowa. DR. GEO. J. HOLTFOERSTER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. West Bend, Iowa. Special attention to diseases of the skin. Fits, epilepsy, etc., cured. BANKING INSTITUTIONS. Kossuth County Bank, CAPITAL ............................... 850,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. INGHAM .............. , . . . . President J. B. JONES .................... Vice President, LEWIS H. SMITH ...................... Cashier Directors— Wm. H. Insham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrischilles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. The First National Bank OF CAPITAL 850,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL President I). H. HUTCHINS Vice President J. C. BLACKFORD ...Cnalilcr Directors—Ambrose A, Call, T>. H. Hutchins, J. C. Blackford, Philip Dorweiler, Wm. K. Ferguson, A. D. Clarke, 0. B. Hutchins. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security, FARMERS' AND TRADERS' BANK, K. M. Richmond ..................... President R. R. Richmond ................. Vice President A. B. Richmond ........................... Cashiei Transacts a general banking business. Collections a specialty. Money transferred to all parts of the United States and Europe at low rates. Tickets to and from the old country foi sale. Taxes paid for residents and non-residents. Abstract of title furnished on the same day applied for. DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. Loan and Insurance Ag^anA Notary Public. 00,000 acres of prairie lands and improved farms for sale or rent, Village property foi sale or rent. Now is the time to secure you a home before three prospective railroads are built, which will advance the price of land be yond the reach of the average home-seeker. COMMERCIAL HOUSE, Bancroft, Iowa, R. M. Richmond, proprietor First-class house. Satisfaction guaranteed Special attention to the traveling public. State Bank of Bancroft ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP TRAINS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. ? AC1. North— Elmore pass..4:05 p m St. Paul frt.. .0:55 a m AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ............ $100,000 Incoi-porated under general laws of Iowa. Transacts a general banking business. .Mon ey loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, collections a specialty. Rea estate loans procured and insurance furnished Notes purchased. Large list of wild lands and improved farms for sale and rent. S. T. 1IESERVEY .................... Presldeu B. N. BRUER ...... ............ Vice Presiaeu CHAS. R. MOREHOUSE ............... CaslUe Directors— G. S. Ringland, S. T. Meservey R. N. Bruer, J. B. Johnson, 0. Korslund. DE. L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines Full assortment always on hand of drugs, med clues, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only. Boolcs ein-A Ste.tipn.ory. QHORT-FORM MORTGAGES— The best lor chattelj^T" Alwaysi lu st<x* at fa West— Pass.— 3 4:37pm Freight- To. 9 7:15 a m No. 13 11:45 A m 5 8:17pm East— Pass.— 1 0:02 a in No. 2 10:24 a m No.4 0:30pm Freight- No. 8 ll:55pm No. 14 2:30pra No. 10 12:15 am CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. South— Elmore pass 12:20 p m DesMoinesft 7:35 p m THE CITY. The postofflce closes at 8 o'clock here- ,fter. Mrs. Elmer Single is very sick with malarial fever. A new coat of pnint adorns the Dr. lead house in the south part of town. The full announcement of the normal ichool programme is published this week. The county Sunday school oonven- ion comes at Wesley, Saturday and Sunday. The call for the senatorial convention it Emmetsburg, Aug. 7, is published ,his week. A number went from town Inst Frilay evening to a big dance at O'Rourke's. Frank Nicoulin went to Afton, Monday, to look at a farm he has boon of- ered a trade on. Chris. Heise's nephew, Wm. Heise, s here from Ohio, and is clerking for "Jhrischilles & Herbst. The Milwaukee passenger train east n the morning now goes five minutes earlier. Its time is 10:24 a. m. Reports come of a hail storm Friday vhich injured crops badly on a strip our miles by two, southeast of Bancroft. J. H. Potter, son of Mrs. L. Lessing, arid Lydia Albright were licensed to tved last week, and were married Sunday. A man from Palo Alto county was in ,he Wigwam Monday to got a McCormick harvester, because "Jones pays ,he freight." The Spirit Lake Beacon says: Lew Dhorson has received a thoroughbred Fersey calf from his friend, Col. Spencer, of Algona. 'Squire Taylor is becoming an expert at horse races. He was judge at Em- netsburg, and is'at Eagle Grove this week as judge there also. Henry Rist is opening a store in the milding next to the old skating rink. He is popular and well known, and will get his share of patronage.. Chas. Jones objects to being re- jhristened into Frank, as THE UPPER DES MOINES had him last week. He says Charlie is a pretty good name. The racing association paid expenses ast week and comes out a trifle ahead. The amount is much smaller, however, *ihiui might be supposed by visitors. Jas. Taylor's big bargains in remnants are advertised this week, and all who can find what they want can get t cheap. He is closing out a big stock. J. W. Cory was over yesterday look- ng up senatorial matters. J. W. is now at Spencer, and is scared over the prospect of Senator Funk's renomina- ion. The Congregational society Sunday granted Rev. Davidson a four weeks vacation. He has not decided how he will spend it, or whether ho will leave ;own. The Scandinavian picnic comes next Saturday at the Byson grove on the Black Cat, and none but Scandinavians are invited and plenty amusement is .nsured. John Edwards lost a horse last Friday. It fell dead with his hired man a lew miles north of town. It was one he drove on his fancy buckboard at the 'air grounds. Miss Cora Hibbard is helping now in the postofflce. She is one of the successful teachers of the county, and will be an expert assistant. El. Dalton will remain at his old place. Many friends of Mrs. Parsons, formerly 'Mary Paine, will be interested in knowing that a little daughter has been added to their family. The family are living now at Iowa City. The notice of a big shoe sale at Geo. Galbraith's appears this week and calls attention to his large stock. Now is the time for bargains and our readers should read his advertisement. The annual meeting for the election of trustees of the Northern Iowa Normal school will be held at the county clerk's office on Friday evening. All subscribers should be present. Rev. Sherman Lumbar is at 'home on a visit from western New York, and will preach Sunday at the Baptist or Congregational church, the arrangements not yet being completed. There is some talk of making an exhibit of butter from Kossuth county at the state fair. If all the creameries would put in a tub nicely branded it would be a big card for the county. Seymour Allen, who was stabbed by Hubhard a week ago, is about well. The trial of his assailants will come next week, when they will probably be bound over to meet the grand jury in October. The Algona hall club played at Bancroft last week and took its usual defeat. The boys stayed for the bowery dance, but whether they could trip the toe any better than they play ball is not reported. T. H. Conner was up in Seneca through Fenton the first of the week •and he says corn that way is much the best he has seen anywhere this year. (Fenton especially has big corn and is sure of a big crop. Sperry's great war museum showing Custer's last rally and famous battle scenes of the war is in town, and wil exhibit today and tomorrow, admission 15 and 10 cents. The tent stands wes of Foss' tailor shop. All our readers should remember the lecture tomorrow evening at the 'Con gregational church. Cliffton Scott wil' reveal some of the secrets of the " hu •man form divine" with the aid of £ powerful calcium light. Mason'City's active worker, L. L : Klinefelter, was over yesterday calling attention to the big races which come Aug. 3-6. The American Trotter, says of Independence, Knoxville, and Mason City: "These three Iowa cities offer moire money in purses in August than any other three cities in the world." The races at Knoxville are Aug. 11-14, mcl at Independence Aug. 24-29. The trade in farm machinery is emp- ,ying all the warehouses in town. J. R. Jones, A' M. & G. M. Johnson. W. W. Jones, and Frank Nicoulin are kept busy. The demand for binders is running ahead of the supply. The military company from Hull came in Monday morning and went outh with the boys. The Northwest- jrn gave them an extra coach and they lad a pleasant ride. Both companies marched together to the depot. The Knights of Pythias installed heir now officers Friday evening. C. D. Creed is C. C.; Dr. Morse, V. C.; W. W. Annis, master at arms; Dr. Pride, irelate; and Will Brunson fills J. W. iartlett's vacancy as master of finance. The Methodist church services Sun- lay evening were conducted by the adies of the missionary society. Mrs. duller presided and the programme hroughout was by the ladies and Sunday school scholars and was very entcr- nining. The Bancroft Register suggests that Take Freeh will take the place of Jos. W. Hays on the Republican. We have vondorecl before that Jake hns not tnk- n charge of the paper, and this change vill not be unexpected to any of his ne- [ualntances. In coming from DCS Moincs Saturday r. B. Jones says he didn't see a piece of corn in tassel. The corn in Kossuth is ully up with any ho saw, and ho says ,ho reports show a poorer prospect in ,ho southern part of the state than in ,hc northern. The now Gorman Methodist church n Fonton was dedicated Sunday, It is said to be a fine church building, and las a strong support. Rev. Wessel of 3urt acts as pastor. The completion of Lliis church gives Fenton two, the German Lutheran being the old one. Ed. Chrischilles of Fenton ornamented our office with a corn stalk from his ield last week, and it has attracted at- .eution ever since. It is seven foot ligh, in full tassel, and is a fair sample rom his iield. Ed. is a good farmer and Fenton is a good place to farm. Dr. Garfield says there is a scheme on foot for a boys' bicycle race at Eagle "rove. The people there think they mve a boy who is fast, and Grcoloy arfield will meet him if a challenge is •eceived. Algona will back her boy ihampion against any boy of his age in he state. Drs. Morse-& Pride performed a serious surgical operation on E. P. Keith of Plum Creek last week, removing; a tumor. He is getting rapidly better since, and there is no occasion for alarm. He has been very sick and the .rouble has come at a very unfortunate ;ime, but he will soon be around again to greet his friends. A new band of 10 pieces is at last or- ganixed in town, and H. D. Place of Waterloo arrived last night to give the boys instruction. They pay him $50 for one month, and will keep him as much onger as necessary. The members lave bought their own instruments and ntend to give the town a first-class mnd. They deserve encouraging. John Patterson feels reasonably n-oud of his little mare which made a .hree minute mile in her first race. She was sired by Tennant's King David, md whon John thought that training ler was costing more than he could afford Mr. Tennant paid for the work md the entrance and took his chances. She is a fine trotter for a three-year- old. S. S. Sessions goes to DCS Moines Aug. 10, and will be gone till the state "air closes in September, C. B. Matson attending to his business in his absence. The past week he has answered 27 otters for privileges at the fair, and in all over 100. The fair this year will .-un day and night, and be by far the .argest and most attractive exhibition :ver given in Iowa. While at Des Moines last winter Miss Amy Wallace_ took a course in Delsarte and calisthenics, and has a class organized which she is teaching hero. She is very proficient, and expects to jo to Chicago this winter to complete her course. Athletics are very popular for young ladies, and her class opens a good opportunity for all to acquire grace and develop muscle. Two old timers came in the Hull military. One was the captain, Chas. Da.vidson, now commander of the grand army of the state, and a well-known land man of earlier times. The other was Jack Henry of Whittemore fame. He was Whittemore's pioneer station agent, ran a Whittemore paper, and was >an all-around rustler. He hasn't changed in the least, and is second lieutenant of the Hull company. Many friends greeted both men in Algona. The juvenile temple, organized by Mrs. -Lloyd, held its first meeting last Sabbath, with the following officers in charge: C. T., Gertie Parish; V. T., Alice Blackford; Chap., Pearl Fisher; Sec., May Youmans; A. S., Emma Whitman; F. S., Nellie Sessions; treasurer, Pearl Patterson; Mar., Ellison Blackford; D. Mar., Belle Tellier; guard, Myrtle Parish; sentinel, Lillian Randall; V. C. T., Grace Sifert. The temple will meet for the present in the M. E. church each Sabbath. The meeting of the county farmers alliance was held at the court house Saturday. A picnic was arranged for to be hold about Sept. 1, and to be attended by the state lecturer. Aside from this nothing was done except to elect a county organizer., and Andrew Casslei was chosen. In 'Conversation with various members of the alliance differ ent opinions were expressed about its probable political activity in the coun tythis fall. Some thought a ticket would be put in and some thought not The mile running race last week was the exciting event of the races. It was confidently expected that Kossutl would take the money but "The Moor proved a winner in spite of public senti mont, and big odde on the loca horse. Opinion is divided as to Kos suth's merits, some believing that he was in poor condition, and others tha' he is not a swift horse. He was cor tainly too fleshy, has run 'in hut few races, and has had too little -work. He made a;good second but was outrun in the raca He runs in Eagle Grove to day. The teams and scrapers are rapidly utting a hole in the Blackford hill, nd Thos. Henderson is as rapidly get- ing new oak piling under the bridge. Vhile the scrapers are reducing the levation of the road, he is preparing o add two feet to the elevation of the •ridge, and between the two a big hange is promised to all comers from ho west. Surveyor Hutchins laid out he work, and it calls for a radical im- irovement. We believe all complaint bout this hill will cease whon the work s done. It will take six weeks to finish Jie grading. It is often asked what's in a name, n the case of the winnerof the freo-for- 11 last Wednesday there is $150 in the mne. Tho winner trotted as •'Dandy,'' nd a telegram from Chicago cnmo pro- esting against allowing him to take he money, because his name is "Dandy hn" with a record of 2:1!)}. Tho purse vas accordingly forwarded to the Cni- ago head of of the trotting association, nd if the horse is not " Dandy" by ight the money will go to the other lorses. No horse can go in a race un- "cr any but. his recorded name and take purse if there is any protest. H. W. Burrcss, who started tho races lore, is engaged at Mason City. Ho s a good starter, keeps cool, and makes ho horsemen como to time. Last snm- ner ho fined Bui-gilt $100 at Clear Lake nd John drove like a dcacon'hero. In ho running race hero ono rider got 'sassy" and Burress called him up and uggcstcd that ho pay $50 or take otT iis hat and apologize. The boy was irofuso in apologies and helped all ho ould to get. a fair start. Mr. Burrcss lever linos less than SoO, and under tho esociation rules, until a fine is paid, tho river or rider cannot go on any track n tho United States. Tho Algona district campmcoting ill bo hold at Livormoro, August 24-81. ?wo largo tabernacles will bo spread mil fully seated. Meetings will bo hold .ally for bible study, for Epworth league vork, and for children's exorcises, bo- ides able preaching by tho 32 ministers if tho district, all ofwnomaro expected o be present. A fine orchestra will as- ist in tho music. Ready pitched tents vill bo provided for all who apply in ime. A boarding tent and bakery will 10 open on the ground. Ono and ono- hii'd faro will bo given onall railroads, iroviding certificate is procured where icket is purchased. For any further nfonmtion write to Rov. A. W. Luce, ivermore, Iowa. C. D. Hollen of tho Webster City tribune went through to Spirit Lake ast week, and writes to his paper: ' Crops in Wright, Humboldt, and Kps- uth counties do not compare with hose in Hamilton county nor in this oction. In those counties corn was lot over a foot high when wo came hrough thorn, while hero it is all laid iy and as high as one's waist. A great .oal of wheat and barley are raised lore, and there will bo a magnificent rop this year." Bro. Hcllen couldn't lave looked out more than oncoin Kosuth. Judge Cook, also of Webster Jity, says the corn looks as well hero is in any county in which ho has boon n Iowa. Marshal Dailey did not got to go to Webster City for encampment. Just as 10 got his bugle well polished and his ip in shape to blow a blast like Roland it Roncevalles, he got word from tho Aurora company to get tho pump out if the city well and be ready for their digging machine. Accordingly while he other buglers have been on dross mi-iido in Rosencranz park, he has been n the bottom of tho well assisting in elevating tho most important part of vaterworks. Tho well digger is ex- jected to arrive today and the work of leepening the well will begin at once. The city will put it down till water is jecurod or it is decided that there is 10 water in the ground. Tho home of Clark Pock was tho 3cono of a pleasant gathering Saturday night, over a hundred guests coming in o meet Mr. Peck's oldest son, Bert, md his new made bride, Miss Minnie White of Hampton. Tho happy couple were married at tho bride's lomo, Thursday, July 0, and this reception was tendered thorn on their •eturn. Miss White is a neice of Mrs. Jeo. Marblo of Burt and has many i-iends in the county, and is highly es- ;eemod. Both at Hampton and at lome tho couple were tho recipients of landsome presents, and at their reception guests from Algona and all tho neighboring country crowded the spacious home till morning. Bert and his wife will make the farm their home, and in tho fall Mr. and Mrs, Peck will move to Algona and occupy tho home hey own on Thorington street. A. M. & G. M. JOHNSON have just received a carload of Walter A. Wood new Tubular Steel Mowers, 4-foot-6, 5-foot, and (5-foot, and single-apron Harvesters and Binders. Also a carload of Walter A. Wood Binding Twine; they are now soiling half-and-half twine at 10 cents. BIG shoe sale at Galbraith's. A good pair of shoes for only $1. JAS. A. ORB, painter; will do painting, paper hanging, kalsomining, etc., in tho latest and best styles, and guarantee satisfaction, See him and gel prices before letting your work, SEE the bargains Galbraith offers in shoes. To RENT—House, five rooms. J. E Stacy. THE ladies of the Episcopal society will serve a 15c supper and ice cream tomorrow evening, in tho Spear store building, from (i till 10. A cordial in vitation to all. MACHINE OILS at J, W. Robinson's Flour and SuEir are lest Patent., per suck §1.45 Inlf Patent, per suck 1.-40 "trnight, per stick 1.20 Dress Goods, Ginghams, THE Twin City Jockey club raceb will be held at Haraline, July 22 to August 8. Excursion tickets to' St Paul will be sold by the C., M. & St. P railway for a fare and a third for th round trip. TOMORROW Galbraith's big shoe sale commences. Reduction In Flour. I will sell my Choice Patent flour fo the next 30 days in lots of 200 pound and over at $2.50 per hundred, cash <]very sack warranted. 17t4 J. J. WILSON. MACHINE OILS at J. W. Robinson's Bargains at the Cash Store! The Tank Line war has ended, and oils sell at old prices; but 20 Iba Fine Grnnulntcd Sugar for. .$1.00 21 His CotTeo A Sngnr for 1.00 22 His Light Hi-own Stignr for 1.00 Prices on other goods remain the same as before. Remember, we arc agents for Rock Salt for Stock, and see us. TOWNSEND & LANGHDON. Grand Specials!: At this season of the year we close out all remnants and shape our stock for the fall trade. Now we have placed on a counter for that purpose a large line of remnants in Shirtings, and in fact all sorts of stuff, which will be sold for one-half its regular value. Our Swiss embroidered flouncings, white and black, are marked down and will be sold at less than cost. We have just received A New Line of Trunks, Extra fine large ones for ladies. Any lady who is thinking of buying a trunk will do well to look over this line. We guarantee to please her, having over twenty-five styles to show her. At Jas. Taylor's, I. /. GUOVE. JOHN UKOVK. Livery, Feed, and Boarding. Stable. WoHt of Thnrlngton House. .11. /,. (JltOVK, Manager. Farm Loans. I cun now intilcu lonim on Improved luiuls, from ono to ton yours llmo, anil give tho borrowur tho privilege of paying tho wholo loan or liny part thereof In ovon 8100 at tiny dalu when intercut full)* iluc. This In lawn inonoy, nil no second mortgage or coupons taken. This plan of making a loan will enable tho bor- ower to reduce hia mortgage at any llmo and Have the interest on tho amount paid. Money urniished at onco 071 perfect title. Call ou or address H. HOX1E, Algona, lowu. OSO TO A. M. & G. M: Johnson -FOE Walter A. Wood Single-apron Binder, Four-foot-6, five-foot, and Six-fl, Tubular Steel Mowers, The intensely American style of the machines makes others look clumsy a nd foreign. Walter A. Wood Twine, Wagons, Carriages, Wind Mills, Pumps and Tanks put up on short notice, F. M. BRONSON, Watches and Jewelry, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, Silver-plated ware, and all kinds of goods in his line. Repairing promptly done. At Frank Bros.' store. DO YOU WANT AN AUCTIONEER? AUCTIONEER, Will cry city and farm property, make collections, etc. All business of a private nature strictly confidential. Office with F. M. Taylor, over Howard's. M' ONEY FURNISHED— • AT SEVEN PB» CENT. INTEREST. At Kossuth County Bunk. Apply at ouce. Iowa State Normal School CEDAR PALLS, IOWA. A Technical School for Teachers, Established, supported, and supervised by the.Stute of Iowa. Sixteen Specialists in the Faculty. More than one hundred candidates for graduation the coming school year. Students are graduated any time during the year when tha course is completed. State certificates granted by law to graduates of toe school, write Jo* catalogue to HOMER H. SEERfcEYi • • -..« ' > y;'i.%;^"^ : * . tSt. .<<£*%& 51' 1 J t -r..SSi 1*13*3

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