The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1892 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 31, 1892
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ftft KABSHAL, Saloon Man Wan-twit, in Helped Oat of Town — Converting: tli<* l>eraoer»t« »t a 6r*»* HBte. WESLEY. Aug. 80. — A warrant WB* got out for the arrest of Cbarli-e Smith, tlbe chap who «ras ronuiiig the billifira liflll Tier' 1 . l*«t Thst^asT. Th-e attorney arrired and plaw€ tie wsw- tant in the batsd? of our onnsSiblf to atrfesi bins, but when fee irenl 4p 3«nfc for him he was oat busting. Later JE the day he came IE. aofl -was "by some o? M? JrfesS? tta! "warrant oat for Ms arrest. Tf>?«lab!»? was cot TO fc-rmc then. A testc •was £•<•»*. r*»fitrr SBS li*~ elw IB anS TO::- eii! «>! *.f«rr %ef-r*r-- we- Stable gtrt arwasS ??>BBS lis? •yujg<ar. It i* surprisiEjr to *?*? iswr s^rs? c? our <ei- Grxxi Tffiapter? itii-o tel a ISTT T-BRTS- ••*gowarfcerjK» 'eazUj-HSiastOTaZjT for "Jibe Trmr. ftif^sia «w»trjw=?ima m .. - 'nn-Tf for tSv? linunr TifiKst « !?j»ic •ess- Gcror 10 tfafefe Sfflli Isas » rigiri IE* • fed we «azf-t fceip sfift ±!JFT . .«SD.fK»0 flbm»rv- "7*- .. dsBnm£ Jnr v^samtterlatn'* -DfiBc. JAHKK051: A. ££« IViHrrhinca Semfdr- « 3W«adilv |T>. "H. HTTCHINS . frraj Tip f»rt •*»•; aH' -trhp rir* it JH"E. K. mUfiTSsOK IET^? TfHawsc ffyHi Tip rssaalts Knii TPT- 1 ic l~, tr Uterr ueiiThh!ir& "Wf fp?" ^ THrRttnr?—D. H. Satiihlns. S. A. ramnmt " _ »»ST TUCKS, rcir-tlr.-, dint- Trcer -sissa? n> t^raici-j*)- IMK^T. Ola : •ssEjaRtfi a,i *i» ibasi : /-:. TOOTL IB orater '«rii "ST*- iiBT am arrnv -°T£"7 : _ja.i;- TO?- iraisii*. 10 HSETE ways nn hanfl Tn Injos at Tumlshlnirlirst-cliisssetmTltv :, ST.. -".anc _an j I 15-. 3 have BBC ThsrrBoea D?^t "13115 Sanpf isaiarJEsiae cares Jurre bssu il CSSB? tt has UIHIVBU SDCCESS- ery mi i^nnfi Qass ana com- also tjoal o* aH kinos j-5 cs liaac ior sale at the Jsorih- -eleTasor. iBB-rs orders ior fle- ¥ land office, or Algous Stats Bant CAPITAL $50.000 t i by TwstsiJ,care ~so~£r. ±L iacr. C. Money to .loan at reasonable rates. Special attention Jd-Fen to collections. "RrriiaTire bangiit and sola an all points In this errantry and Europe, and a general bant- _ 3>r^Barr,«iid JvloCoy a Jiere.lasi Tv-easi loasaaK. JfcvJHill in .am.^JUiatiat: a iooi ior Cirisliajc O~t;t 3tte jfol iiurl by jumpis*: an iii« :UUiae sis year* ago, «.Tin i: jiev^r .-eriy .iitjiUcu. Ai^er teverai ;»tar- of .: suffering it tx?c£iia»r .JLitJct-saiirv KI iniv-r the fool mkeD trii. u. n Every Month Ji j ing business transacted. I\. j I ^Director?—A. "D. Clarke. C. C. Chubb, Mvron ISohenct. Geo.X. Galbraith, Thos. T. Cooke ~. C. Tyrrell. Chas. C. St. Clair. 2*1rwnftrir is xsyoooy &zz* Bradfieid's Female H. H. 3UCHMONJ) .................. PreHident 1.J.BECEU .................... Vi A. B. KiCHHOND ............... .. ar piair drunks were broujrin up beiort ouj* niiiyor iust. W*;dcti£Uiiv«vett- ing, ana were compelled u» add u> tbe iunds in our city treasury to the amount of -§37.31). It i» muubiu<, hear, aorne of our citizens say that it \ vfas u shame lo lint those fellow getting lull, but we want to say " let, i the good work ,go on.'' .-Fine '-everv ; man caught drunk and disorderly on i our street*, aaflil any of our^ood'eiU- I zenfi go to iyxcpathiziug \vitb such fei- ! lows very loud, fine them ul«so. A petition has btien uireuluted ainoug | the tax payers of DLU- towu asking ou;' town council to ouilfl u culuboose. not ! to exceed a certain uinouut. ,Bv the 1 number of signers -vve rihould judge-the ' majority of our ^az pay-ej-* art; iiTta-vur i of it. Saturday ev^ziuTg it ,\vut; iu-ougiii i up before the council ana il wut -.voted | to procure a site and inrllfl wike ;ut .ono*;. :j Our town schooljj wiM opya ;U j) jiauu- j day, Sept. 5, with Prot JEStw-kluu ;ut; ! pt-incipal, Mias Jennie Pelliibutie ikrl«r- | mediate, und Miss Clara Ofetoun pj-ita»- ' ry. Lot the parent: K.W; mhta.! Jlisg.r' children have u full lice of MENSTRUATION. -J JBooi: to ""WDMAK" ffiiita; frc... 5 BHACFtEiH BEEUUTCR CO., Ali.ntE. £.. > Sold by L. A. SHEfiTZ, Algona. H. A. SESSIONS, D-;aiw in both {franiv? and usarbje MonuiDBnts ; Headstones, farmers 1 and Traders' Savings Bank Incorporated under the laws of the state of Iowa. None but home capital invested. AFTHOE1ZED CAPITAL .............. 150,000 Plenty of moner to loan on real estate and other good security. Foreign and domestic exchange bought and Bold, and a general banking businesb transacted. SPECIAL ATTEKTIOK TO COLLECT1OKS. Insurance written, attaiiuitup Ticket* to and from Hurope. Directors— K. M. Blchmonfl, i. 3. Bmer, N. Z. Sheridan, A. B. Richmond, B. F. Smith, S. Wayne, C. E. Mallory. 1OVVA. books, paper, pens, and ptcciLw, i,o Sltal j there will not bo a break in ibt KSa*it-" ing in of one of the best schools is !&*• county. All books and school fcuppUws, can bo had by calling at the drug store, i Threshing has commenced in this vi- ' cinity. Quite u number of our farmers ' are threahing their grain out of the shock rather than take time to stack. What oats have boon marketed are rather light, and wheat is a little damaged by the hot weather. A. S. White has resigned the ofBce of marshal of our town. John Atkinson has been appointed in his place. Sam O'Niel of Burt was doing our town Monday. Prof. W. W. Andrews of Chautauqua, N, Y., will give a free lecture in the M. E. church at this place Friday evening, Sept. 2, on the enforcement of tho law from a gospel and legal standpoint. Let everybody come out and hear what the professor has to say. Prof, Barslou arrived here tho first of the week to muko preparation for his school work and to locate his family. The school board has had the school roouis cleaned up and repaired and everything ia in readiness for school to commence next Monday. Bradford Daggett of Mason City was in town Monday and Tuesday of this week. Markets: Wheat, 55®COo; oats, 25c; barley, 25@30o; flax, 83c; loose, $3, baled, $4.50@5; hogs, $4 4.80; cuttle, f 1.50@1.75. FENTON. PEMTOBf, Aug. 28.—Tho farmers have their stacking done and are busy haying at the present time.. Mrs. J. L. Beid is visiting her month- er, Mr». Trapp of Rockwell. Alice Warner and grandmother of Minnesota are visiting at tho home of Mrs. Tibbetts in east Fenton. The young people of west Fenton met at the Home of Emery Moore and enjoyed a social timo. Addie Moore was away last week visiting old friends in Algona and Sherman. Nellie and Guy Taylor of Algona visited with Mr. Peek's folks last week. Guy Ottilia out to hunt. Mary Bannoy begins her school in tho Tibbwttu district, Aug. 29. Will Dehnert is to begin a new barn for W. C. Petitt next Monday. J. L. Blunt and wife surprised folks by their sudden appearance upon the scene last Saturday night. Their friende wore glad to see them, of course. S. Wilcox has nearly recovered from tho Ruthven fever. It is not likely he will have a relapse. Joseph Moore has bought a place in Ruthrea. Mr. Peck has rented hid farm to a Mr. Johnson, for cash rent. Philo Wilcox has hired out to Grant Hamilton to help around a steam thresher. DfiiClNAL NOTICE. :»TATJE OF IOWA. .KOSSUTH COC-NTy ,SS- i>jfftrjui court, S«j)i«in'trt>r, l»t»j:. Term—£f. •K. Kuhti >'t. .MitiiiMtl iiieliuoC and Jtra. Mich unl itiupnuj! .nit wile, <J. Vf. '£vwn\ey and jKUuuie A. tCvwulej- .uln WTie, f eter Hahn and .ttiu'Slm Haul: JiUb wile. 2X> .ftUoti&eJ jtCiubhotT -.tuiti Sta. JVUcitWtl Jttkt'oiiCiB hi« wife, c. W. '11-y.ViUvj'^&ii5i AUnmtb A. U'ywnley i^s wlfy, V«KKr HiiiiU nud Martba Hato ids wile, de- Swuttwst*. Tivu ia* iiwbj- iiytiB«d tltat V&vn i* now 'on tlli.Vuti'S i.'Tu'/JU IfJU tSi^r *s%X& 'A tiit Cl^i*JC fA tiald cxnutr aui%J.-ii? .««ilc! watt V> '?jrr**A aa error In t&<:<i*iw.-rf-y.t'.';^';;»*;*rwtia ^4«* of 3aii<J dt>- fcC2l}>p(i Sa lw> wnvtu d.**>4s, on* from Peter Il2bu ac*J wife t/> iJt';Jta*l ai*(A'/B and C. W. Townlev, <lai*4 J«V/r. 10,1«71: tii<- otb*r froiu Micha*! Btebhofi anxj C. V/. Townfcy aud wlfu to tbift jilaintiff d»Kr/l March 22, l*i&2. Intending to convey the W/i of W/J of »w}^ of **^i of i*«:tion K4, town«hlp U8, range :;a, we« of 5th P. SL, Iowa, but by miataka It wa« made txj read the w'/, of w'/i of ne.% of »«Ji KameBectlon, townbhlp, and ran»{B. AndunleHsyou appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the ticcond day of tho uext September term of Bald district court, to be begun and holden at the court hou»e In Algona, In Hald county, on the !i7th day of September, 180:J, default will be entered agalnut you and judgment rendered thereon. K. M. TAYLOH, -It4 Plaintiff's Attorney. AUTJIOKIZEI) CAWTAt ............ $100,000 Incorporated nnd«r general UWB of Iowa. Transacts a general banking business. Money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, collections a specialty. Beal eatat* loans procured and Insurance furnlBhod. Notes purchased. Large list of wild lands and improved farms for sale and r«nt. S. T. JJJBSEKVET .................... President fi. N. JtKUKK .................. TU» PrmWwit CHAS. K. KOKKHODSK ............... Cashier Olrectors— G. S. Blnjflund, ». T. MeserveT, B. N. Bruer, J. B. Johnisou, C. Korslund. ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OP IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY.—In Uistrlct Court, September, 1802, Term-—W. H. Heed against George W. Sherman and Mrs. George W. Sherman, wife of George W. Sherman. To said George W. Sherman and Mrs. George W. Sherman, wife of George W. Sherman, defendants: You are hereby notified that on or before the liith day of September, 1802, a petition of the plaintiff in the above-entitled action will be filed in the olllce of the clerk of said court, claiming that he Is tlie absolute owner in fee simple of the south half of the northwest quarter of Section Twenty-eight, in Township Ninety-five, in Range Twenty-eight west 5th P. M. lu Kossuth county, Iowa, and asking for a decree that you or those claiming title through you be forever barred and es- topped from claiming any adverse Interest in said premises by virtue of the government patent for tho same having Issued to aald George W. Sherman; also asking that a master in chancery be appointed to convey the legal title of said premises to plalntltT, and that the title to the same be forever quieted in him. And unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the first day of the next September term or said district court, to be begun and holden at the court house in Algona In said county, on the 27th day of September, 1803, default will bo entered against you and judgment rendered thereon. 21t4 W. H. HEED, Plaintiff. Money Saved is Money Made. Save 25c to 50o on every dollar you spend. Write for our mammoth catalogue, a 000-page book, containing illustration and giving lowest manufacturers' prices, with manufacturers' discounts of every Icind of goods and supplies manufactured aud Imported into the united States. Groceries, Household Goods, Furniture, Clothing, Ladles' and Gents' Cloth- Ing aud Furnishing Goods, Dress Goods, White Goods, Dry Goods, Hats, Caps. Boots, Shoes, Gloves, Notions, Glassware, Stationery, Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Buggies, Whips, Agricultural Implements, etc. ONLY FIItST CLASS GOODS. Catalogue sent on receipt of 25c for expressage. We are the only concern which sells at manufacturers' prices, allowing the buyer the same discount tnat the manufacturer gives to the wholesale buy#r. We guaranteed all goods as represented; if not found so, money refunded. Goods sent by express or freight, with privilege of examination before paying. A. KARPEN & CO., 123 Quincy street, Chicago, 111. WE WILL PAY A salary of 125 to $50 per week to GOOD agents to represent us in every cou»ty, and sell our general line of merchandise at manufacturers' prices. 0».ty Uuxse who want steady emvtovment necdamilv. \Cata.jgueandparticularsseot on receipt of 2{fc for expressage. ".23 Quincy street, Chicago, 111. State Bank of Bancroft PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ™-^-^^-^S^*-^*-^N^^-^*^>^^^- ^^-V^-w^^w^^^^^^^-^ GEO. E. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlea over First National bank, Algona, la. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over KosBuUi County bank, Algona, Iowa. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent Ov«r Kossuth Co. bank. DANSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Loana and collections, Orer Frank Bros, B, B. SESSIONS. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collection*. Money to loan »n chattel security. Over Chrt»chlll«»'»tore. L, K. GARFIKLP. M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUU9SON. Office, State at., one door east of Cordingley, K«sldenc», McGregor et., east of th« public school building. H. C. McCOY. W. P., PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON. Special attention to city practice. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, l*wa. J, M. PRIDB, M. D f)v PHYSICIAN AffD SURGXOff. Office over Bailey Bro.e' More, on State street, Q. T. TTBST, M. P., PHYSICIAN AND BURQBON. Next door to J. G. Smith 1 * rtow, Algona, la. J. E. HJLL, M. D., PHYBICIAif AlfD Wesley, Iowa. Day and night calls attended to with progi T. J. FULLING, U. P., PHYBICIAW AfJ) Consultation lu Kngliib »n4 German. O«ce and resldencts oror H. Gootech's store WWtt«uior», low*. Bur tfevHt »t tb* Fvp«r Dos Koines office Mid get ' ™ LOOK, H Co. Have a full line of Soft Lumber, Felt roofing, building paper, brick and tile wagon material, posts, and at prices that will surprise you. We are also prepared to do mill work on short notice. Give us a call. J. A. Hamilton & Co. G-EO. E. HAMILTON, Agent. THE JOHN PAUL LUMBER CO. SUCCESSORS TO J. J. WILSON. Office and yard on Dodge street,, south of State, ALCONA, IOWA. Handles the best of all descriptions: of Which includes everything that is possibly needed for the construction of anything jrom a picket fenee to the very finest residence. WE MEET ALL COMPETITION. Come and give us a cliance to figure your bills, and we will prove to you that what we say is the truth. Undertaking and embalming will always receive careful and personal attention. Prices are reasonable. C. L. LUND. LTT3ST3D [Successors to C. L. Lund-Established 1880 ] REAL ESTATE DEALERS with us. , , or to correspond from the eastern Don't fail to see the Reliable Process Gasoline Stove. The Oriinal New Process. ^lW"* and stroneest wire made. Why, bec»UBe to weigh an ounce. Remember too t ' esener Bteeh Because it takes 36 barbe They are warranted to spread oaU and get prices on ha and Millegan ready mixed paiuts, " "W. YOU WANT TO KNOW Whom to get to do your painting, paper hanging, kalsomining, etc.? prices-you know w TwoK flVst^las? tlons and wall p a perlng O from PhllaJfefph l tlm «- Consult him for faap ' OPB ln l can now make loans on Improved lands, from one tp years tlme - and Bive the borrower th« privUeg«9« paylng the whole loan or any part thereof in even 1100 »« _ __ and no second mortca.™ or ™,,™ any , date whel » interest falls due. This is Iowa ° taken ' Thls plau of ™U»e a loan will enable the for- G Livery, Feed, and Boarding Stable. West ol Tlioringtoii gouse. M.«,

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