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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 16, 1891
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THE IJPJPEK DBS MOtNES* ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEP1\ 16, 189L ••••((••••••••••••iiiifii^^ o. t. Uc Tells IVIint Jfc 3fndc and lie trill Ho. Next Year-Ill* Th«i Cedar Rapids Gnzette has interviewed the great, horse man of Iowa About hhrfaelf, Williams said of the receipts of the Independence meeting: lam aiire it will reneh not loss than $05,000 and may possibly go up to $70,000. The £uto receipts on Thursday amounted to $23,000. My lunch counter in the nmphHhoutro Drought in $1,033 in a single day. Another thing you are liable to lose sight of in this accounting is the interest on the money taken in as entrance fees since tho early part of the Benson. But I don't think the public has any right to know any more of these details. You ask mo what I estimate my wealth at, do you? Well, sir, I have no direct answer to make to that question. I will say that Borne men say I am worth $250,000, while others put it at $300,000. If you are shnrp.onough to find out definitely, you can do so. Tho proceeds of this week's meeting will be largely expended hi improvements hero at Rush park and in enlarging tho accomoda- lions for tho anticipated larger crowds hero in 180i!. when I will provide oxtra attractions. What they will bo next year I cnnnc.i. now any. In the way of changes I propose to erect an amphi- theatre upon tho lawn on tho oast side of tho home quarter stretch. It will bo a substantial structure, built after tho best modern fashions, and will in all probability have a seating capacity for 80,000 spectators. It will be built In such form that a perfect view of ovory part of the track can bo obtained from it. This will give tho spectators ft much better opportunity for seeing the horses make the finish than in tho present, grand stund here on tho west side of the truck, where the view is somewhat obstructed by the judges' Bland." . . The convowttfon was here interrupted by a gentleman from Lexington, Ky., ?P. m .'."S' 1J l 1 ' »»d abruptly asking Mr. As a result, prosperity tthd hAppiness is our lot. Then let us evjo'y our harvest home holiday, ah'd attend the best county fair in northern Iowa. Let every person In this cotfnty and adjoining neighborhoods take part in this industrial exhibition, aha bring something to the fair. A partial benefit, only, is reaped by those who simply attend. Tho greatest good comes to those who exhibit something from their farm, store, office and workshop. You thereby increase your knowledge^ promote your interest and assist in making the fair a true representative of that for which it was organized. The success of the fair Is due to this great body of exhibitors and patrons who believe in it ar an Institution that promotes their intorests, and advertises their resources, and puts before them the results of each year's labor and progress. WAR IN EUROPE -ts- TH2BE GOT OODOTT MOKET, BREAD IN AMERICA! So to the Victorious in Competition. at Williams what ho u would take for Al- Jortonr 1 " "Ho is.'rtot for sale," rcspond- S&rn nn*$ MBh l )1U ' k OWn0 ''- "I KDOW $150,000 would not touch hirn for Idon't core to part. with him. Ho is the goose that la layjng my golden eggs and I don't propose to get rid of tho goose so long us he he keeps on laying. .His service foe for 1892 will bo $1,000 I sold Axtoll »t $106,000 because I needed the money badly and decided that I had a better horse loffin Allerton. Ho ought to have brought mo at least $126 000. "I intend to stay right here in 'Independence nl) my life. I have no winged notion that If I bought a farm near Bomo large city I could do better. Hero Jfl where I got my start in business and •• love .t h( J spot. Rush park is u paradise to mo.- I nm firmly conyinced that J. could, (hid soil nowhere else that would make as fust a track as this one. I intend to'keop.on developing .things nnd lotting tny old friends and neighbors en- jay my -prosperity.' Independence is going to bo a large lowu some day. My paper, The 'American Trotter, is helping to advertise Independence and Jown almost as much as my horses and track. I began publishing it less than Blx months ago and I think I now have a list of subscribers of between (i,()00 and 7,000, scattered all over tho world Tho trotting horse, my friend, is going to bo the horse of the future. There tiro more dollars .wrapped up In a square inch of their hides than in a square foot of tho runners. "Many people ask mo if I onjoy life," pursued Mr. Williams. "Why of course I do. I appreciate the value of a' aona'r"Ju'8t ifs much' today as I did ton or twelve years ago when I hod 'to scrape around a whole wook to get .an X. It is true I have moro caro and responsibility ou my mind, but this only enables .mo to find greater pleasure in tho silent eompnuionship ,of my pets, and at homo quietly with my family. .1 toll you It sends tho blood jumping through'my veins whenever I get hold of a telegraph key and think.of the old days of Jessup." j IOWA LEADS THE REAR, Her Tllflo Toom Falls Down—dipt. Coolco Slioots AVItli the Average. Tho first day of tho regular competition in the Intor-stato rllle contest at Bpringllold, III., was Thursday. The firing was at known distances by the toams, each man firing ton shots at 200, 800, 500, and 000 yards. Tho Iowa team foil behind at the llrst round, although close, and was fourth. It was fourth also at 800 yards, at 500 yards, and third at COO yards. Tho totals for the first day were: Illinois 1,637, Wisconsin 1,008, Minnesota 1,G02, and Iowa 1,571. Tho Jowa team score was: Lieut.-Col. P. B. West, 160; Private G. W. Rush, 188; Capt,. C. F. Garloch, 150; Private J. H. McGlbbons, 162; Cant. T. P. Cooke, 155. Lieut. P. R. Fisher, 147; Sergt. Charles Kemler, 149; Sergt. M. B, Sohoflold, 107; Private P. Lambert, 155; Col. C, V. Mount, 155. The second day was devoted to skirmish firing, and Iowa again camo out hist. Wisconsin had a total of 1,001, Illinois 1,040, Minnesota 080, and Iowa 967. Tho grand total put Illinois ahead with 2,077; Wisconsin2,609, Minnesota, 2,582, and Iowa 2,538. Tho best individual record made was by Capt. B. B. Aiken of Illinois, whose total score is 80S. CapfB. H. Kane of Wisconsin is second, with 286. A banquet was served tho contestants Friday night at which Adjutant-General Green of Iowa presided. The Washburn trophy was received by Governor Fifer on behalf ot the Illinois National guard In a neat speech, It becomes the property of the state winning it throo times. Each member of tho Illinois team was pro- BGiited by Governor Piter with a htind- Bomo gold medal. How to M:iltc n Success of It. LuVorno News: The nineteenth exhibit of the Kossuth County Agricultural association, will bo hold at' Algona on the 23d, 24th and 25th of this month, and preparations are being made to make it t he greatest in many respects that the board havo ever held. Tho earth has yielded' an abundance of every variety of fruit, flower and vege- Ublo, and the crop of cereals has probably never boon surpassed, even in this, Ifto most tortile portion of tho earth. A Record of the Kills Allowed Imst Week's Hoard Meeting;. The following bills were audited and allowed by the board of supervisors at the regular September meeting: COUNTY FUND. AR Kinney, trustee Garfleld 9 ZOO D Hayes, trustee Tjotts Creek 3 00 T M Olark, trustee Fcnton....' •' 2 00 Frank Andorfer, trustee Prairie 200 Carter & Huosey, Htlitlonery 110 B5 Kgbert, Fldlar & chambers, stationery 10 BO Hani & Carver, stationery :io 00 .T \V IHnr.hon, printing im 81 Stnrrtc Hftllock, printing 04 ».') V S Kills & Co., prlntlliR. !!» 41 Iiighiini & Warren, printing no 2"> W Jj Joslyn, attoruey'H salary, Mil qr... 150 00 K P Keith, appraiser on road a 80 J R Dutton, appraiser on road a 40 C C Chubb, appraiser on road a 20 C n HutchlnH, road comnilsnloner...... in 00 L C Chandler, board!UK prisoners r>7 ar> J W Robinson, goods for county 15 95 Mrs Schiohtl, cleaning county odlces,. 400 Bertha Carey, anlary 834,00 F M Taylor, fees state cases 8 10 Obed Robinson, fees state case 12 00 JasTaylor,goods for county.. 400 M Stephens, care 'of prisoners and serving notions......,..., , 7800 M Stephens, taking prisoner to Fort Madmen.... .1,,....,.,.., '.. 4500 D D Dodge, clerk Sherman,.......'.... 750 .T W Tonnant, meal« for Jurors a 25 John 13esh, damages on road No SiiO.. 1000 Marshall Hays, mime .. •... 10 00 Henry Dorwalleiy same ,.,, :»2 00 Henry Hacker, Sftlrie. ,.:;.; ,,,;,.• a« 00 \V H Ahdregg, snrne 32 00 Fannie .Hamilton, same •, 10 00 Wm Rabo, snmo 2400 John Gt-rber, same...'-. 1000 Fritz Bass, same ....'.. 1000 D Scott Garver, same 10 00 J JBanwart, same 1000 Henry Muhknvwime............ ,, 3200 Peter Uesch, same 10 00 POOH FUND. Bailey Bros, goods for poor 37 :m J R Jones, binding twine ,or poor farm 0 00 J G Smith, goods for poor farm 3005 ,7 H Qtieal & Co., lumber and coal 18 42 a H Palmer, work at poor farm 700 Wm Nolan, hay. for poor f arm... i 121 A McCain, work on poor farm ;j 25 Jas Taylor, goods for poor farm -75 Bradley & NicouUn, mower for poor farm ' ;... . . 7000 C E Mallory, toa for poor f arm..,'..'.!. 315 G E Ashelford, stock hog for poor farm 4 00 M Bailey, coal for poor farm 0 20 Nel Crane, work on poor farm 2250 1 S Stough, goods for poor farm 3380 Jones A Stacy, feed for poor farm... Bennett & Anderson, meat for poor. G M Howard, goods for poor farm •... H Scott, cuttiuK grain on poor farm Namlaln Bros & Winkle, coal for poor 4308 035 873 1(1 50 875 G P Fphlip, digging grave and lot ...... fl 00 S Benjamin, looking after poor. . . ..... 4 00 A P Hall, meals ana lodging for poor. . 2 00 ; ' . ISSANK JTDN0. - •A A, Brunson, fees iUHane commission lilnqulBt case .................... ...... 42 7tt MH1DGK FUND. H Austin, bullUiug bridge and grade. . . a? 00 t, D Lovell, commissioner work ........ 6' 2ft A Johnson, work on bridge and grade 5H 25 D A nuoll, committee work ............ 14 (SO A L Hunt, ditching ............ . ......... 50 25 A M & G M Johnson, blacksmlthing. . . 38 45 Taylor & Hume, lumber for bridges. ... 17 50 Nuudain Bros & Winkle, hauling piles 10 00 T Henderson, rebuilding Blacltford br. 260 50 J W Sampson, repairing Fisher bridge 4 50 CBIlutchlns. measuring grades ...... 2000 J W Hays, printing ...... , . . , . ........... 23" RNBrnor, lumber for bridges .......... OJM)7 Wm Brummoiid. lumber for bridges. . . tt7 48 J Holtz, committee work ...', ........ 13 l)!t , ..., ........ R Stophensou, grading Blncltford bill. aifrlO A Johnson, building grades and bridge 34 SO W H Godfrey, hardware for bridges.. . , 0 25 Frank Stone, building bridges ...... .... fiooo J A Hamilton & Co., two cars piling-.... 270-03 J A Hamilton & Co., lumber ........... 5IK-74 Klnnoy & Pearson, grading ............ ow 00 JFGllmoro, hardware.? ............... a 90 A B Sheldon, grading .................. no 75 Fred Kriogor, grading ............. .... 8437 G H Puters, commltee work ............. 2174 J. H. Queal&Co., lumber ............... Ill 07 H A ClOck, rope for pile driver ......... 200 G M Howard, hardware ............... r> 50 M O'Rourke, committee work .......... 8 00 NEXT WEEK'S KAOES. Some Good Sport Promised for Next Thursday and. Friday nt tho Fair, Following Is tho race programme for tho fair next week: Novelty Race— Purse, $35; for horses owned In tho county; entrance free; distance, \y t miles; first half mile walk, second trot, third run. Running Race— Purse, $35; for horses owned in tho county, thoroughbreds barred ; entrance free. . Trotting Race— 2 ;40 class ; open to nil ; five to ontor, throe to start; purse, $150; entrance 10 per coiit, Bicycle Races— Purse, $10; entrance tree. County Trotting Raco— Purse, ?50; entrance 10 per ceut. ;•' open to horses In tho county that have never beaten 8 minutes. Trotting Kaco— Free for all ; open to all competition; flvo to enter 1 three to start; purse, §200; entrance 10 per cent. Walking Match— Half mile, straight, heel and too walk ; purse. 810 ; entrance free. Two-year-old Trotting Httce— Purse, £80: entrance 10 per cent. ; open to colts owned in tho county; mile heats, two in three; live to outer, three to start. Remarkable Facts, Heart disease IB usually supposed to be incurable, but when properly treated a large proportion of cases can be cured. Thus Mrs, Elmlra Hatch of Klklmii, Im!., and Mar/ L. Baker of Orld, Mich- were uured after suffering 20 years. 8. C. Llnbur, ger, druggist at San Jose, Cal., says that Dr, Miles' New Heart Cure, wliloli cured the former, "worked wonders for his wife." Levl Logan of Buchanan, Mich., who had heart disease for DO jeara, says two bottles made him " feel Ilk* a new man'" Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Is sold and guaranteed by If. W. ninaley, druggist. Book ot wonderful testtmonlttls tree. ___ \ » A National Kvent. The holding of the World's Fair In a city scarcely tlfty years old nil) be a remarkable event, but whether U will really bonelK this nation as much as the discovery of the Restorative Nervine by Dr. Franklin Miles, Is doubtful. This Is just what the American people need to cure their excessive nervousness, dyspepsia, headache, dizziness, sleeu- lesanegs, neuralgia, nervous debility, dullness, confusion of mind, etc. U acts llkeaohariu. Trial bottles and flue book on "Nervous and Seurt Diseases," with unequaled testimonials, free at F. W. Dlngley'g drug store, Algona. It Is warranted to contain no opium, morphine, or dangerous drugs. __ i * Miles' Nerve and Liver IMlls Act on a new principle-regulating the liver, stomach, and bowels through the nerves. A new dls covery. Dr. Miles' PllTs speedily cure blllousuess- bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for men, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, surest! Fifty doses 26 wots. Samples free at K. W. l>l»gley> drug store. HOUSE to rout; 7 rooms, pantry and collar. Inquire of E. H. Clarke. FOR bargains Juo. Goeders Jr. In remnants call on Go TO Galbralth'a for low prices. good shoos at Can! And let me tell you, JUST NOW IS THE TIME. Buy good clothes when you get them cheapest, and buy them ; where yo,u get them best. A Word to the Sensible: I have a good stock of Woolen goods that I want to sell, and go they must at reasonable prices, and I know that you don't want them any cheaper. If anybody tells you that woolen goods or clothes can be sold at a profit for less money, don't believe it. Goods bought for cash can well be sold at a small profit, Take a look at the- following and reflect: OVERCOATS DRESS SUITINGS, BUSINESS SUITINGS, PANTALOONS, - GOAT AND VEST, FANCY VESTINGS, for to $45 from $32 to $45 from $20 to $32 from $6 to $12 from $20 to $30 - $7 corses tl/eir way; SOAP has Tell yoar Grocer •$• you mutt have "SAXTA CLAUS." ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OP IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY.—I District Court, October Term, 1801.—Stell E. Reed against J. C. Ayres and Milla Ayres To 3. 0. Ayres and Milla Ayres, defendants You are hereby notified that on or before th first day of October, 1801, a petition of th plaintiff in the above-entitled action will b Bled In the office of the clerk of said court, ask ing that a commissioner be appointed to re lease a certain mortgage executed by B. D McDonald and Sarah J. McDonald, husbanc and wife, to J. C. Ayres, on the 28th day o November, 1871, and recorded in Book "C" o mortgages on page 250, in the recorder's offlc of, Kossuth county, Iowa, and asking that you be forever estopped and barred from claiming or having any interest adverse to. plaintiff's o those obtaining title through her to the nortr half of the southeast quarter of Section 10, and the southwest quarter of th southeast quarter of Section 10, all in Township 05, Range B7, in Kossuth county Iowa, upon which land said -mortgage wa given; and unions you appear thereto and de fend on or before noon of the first' day of the next October term of said district court, to b begun and holdeu at tho court house in Algo na, Iowa; in said county, on^ the lath day o October, 1801, default will be entered agnins you and judgment rendered thereon. 34M 13. F. HEED, Plaintiff's Atty. received, a line of Broadcloths for Ladies'Wraps and Capes especially, $3.25 a yard. Woolens suitable for boys' suitings always in stock. Repairing, cleaning, cutting, steaming, and pressing done on short notice and as well as the best .Come in and take a long look at the new fashion plate, the finest one ever issued. Agent for 15 different steamship lines, among them the famous Cunard line, which has never lost a^passenger. O. 4. FOBS. FARM LOANS. Having secured the agency of the New England Loan and Trust Company, I am now prepared to make farm loans on five to ten years' time at the lowest possible rate, with privilege of partial payments before due. Orfice over Chrischilles' store, Algona. S. S. SESSIONS. OKIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ' KOSSUTH County, Iowa.—October Term, 1801.—Mary Watson, plaintiff, vs. Henry Watson, defend ant, To Henry Watson, defendant: You are hereby notified'that a petition of the plaintif in tfie above-entitled action is now filed in the office of the clerk of said court, claiming o you a divorce from the bonds of matrimony on accownt of truel and inhuman conduct; anc unless you appear thereto and defend on or bsfcme noon of the second day of the next Oc toWnr term of said district court, to be begun anxJ holden at the court huusa in Algona, in said county, on the 13th day of October, 1801 ment rendered thereon. GEO. B; CLARKE. Atty: for Plaintiff. Administrator's Notice of Final Proof, IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Klnsey Carlon, deceased. To all the heirs or creditors of the above- named estate: You are hereby notified that on or before the llrst day of October, 1801, said executor will file with the clerlt of the distrld court of Kossuth county, Iowa; his final reporl and ask to be discharged: and'you are further notified that all objections thereto must be filed with said clerk on or before the first day of said term of said court, which will convene and be &olden at Algona, in Kossuth county, Towa, on the 13th day of October, 1801, or said report will be approved and said executor dls charged and his bonds released. 2«3 C. B. HUTOHINS, Executor. Successor to J.J. Wilson, Office and Yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALGONA, - IOWA. ALEX. WHITE, Agent. Handles the lest of all descriptions of BUILDING MATERIAL Which includes everything that is possibly needed for the eonstruction of anything from a picket fence to the very finest residence. WE MEET ALL COMPETITION. Come and give us a chance to figure your bills, and we will prove that this is not merely idle talk. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SB. —In the IMstrict Court. To all whom it may concern: Take notice that there was filed in the office of the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, on the 27th day of August, 1891, an Instrument bear- Ing date tho 7th day of March, 1801i and purporting to be the last will and testament of C. Henry Munchv late of said county,, Deceased, was produced and publicly read by me, -and that the second day of the next term of said court, to be holden on the 13th day- of October, 1891, at the court house In Algona,, aforesaid, has been fixed for proving said will; and at 3 o'clock p. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear in said court and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last will and testament of said deceased. Dated Algona, Iowa, Aug. 27,1891. A. A. BRUNSON, 23t3 Clerk of the District Court. TAX SALE NOTICE. ToErastus A. Benson: You are hereby notified that on the 3d day of December, 1888, the treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, at a tax sale at the court house in Algona, in said county, sold the following-described real estate, situated in said county, to A. D. Clarke, for the delinquent taxes thereon, viz: The southeast quarter of Section 0, in Township No. 08, north of Range 20 west 5th P. M., Iowa, for the taxes of 1887, and that the certificate of sale thereof has been duly assigned to the undersigned, who is the owner and holder thereof; and that the right of redemption will expire and a deed be signed by the treasurer of said county conveying: said premises to the undersigned in pursuance of the statute in such cases made and provided, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. Dated Algona, Iowa, Sept. 8,1801. njia GEO. E. CLARKE, 34t3 Holder of Certificate. M. Z. (JKOVK. JOHN GROVE. Livery, Feed, and Boarding Stable. West of Thorlngtou House. M. 55. OKOVK, Manager. Farm Loans. I can now make loans on improved lands, from one to ten years time, and. give the borrower the privilege of paying the whole loan or any part thereof in even 1100 at any date when interest f»Ua due. This is Iowa money, and no second mortgage or coupons taken. This plan of making a loan will enable the borrower to reduce his mortgage at any time and save the interest on the amount paid. Money furnished at once on perfect title. Call on or address H. HOXIE, Algona, Iowa, TAX SALE NOTICE. To J. M. Morrison: You are hereby notlfled that on the 3d day of December, 1888, the treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, at a tax sale held at the court house in Algona, in said county, sold the following-described real es Ute, situated in said county, to A. D. Clarke for the delinquent taxes thereon, viz: The undivided three-eighths of the east half of the northwest quarter of Section 3a, in Township No. 100, north of Range No, 28 west of the Cth P. M., Iowa, for the taxes of 1887, and that the certificate of sale thereof has been duly assigned to the undersigned, who Is the owner and holder thereof; and that the right of redemption will expire and a deed be signed by the treasurer of said, county conveying said premises to the •undersigned in pursuance of the statute in such cases made and provided, unless redemption from such sale oe made within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. Dated Algqna, Iowa, Sept. 8,1801. , OEO. E. OI.AUKE, 2*t3 Holder of Certificate. • ORIGINAL NOTICE, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County.—October Term, iSDi.-jessie B. Moore, plaintiff, vs. Edwin Moore, defendant. To Edwin Moore: You are hereby notified that there Js now on file in the office of the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, the petition of plaintiff in tho above-entitled cause, praying that she be granted a divorce from the bonds of matrimony on the ground of desertion; and that unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the October term, 1891, of said court, which will commence at Algona on the 13th day of October, 1801, default will be entered against you and Judgment rendered thereon. S. 8. SESSIONS, Atty. for Platatifl, «UCCC8». . It tnakeamo differ* 'enco what you hara taken or who ' IIM failed to cure 7011. X.OST MANHOOD and nil wealcneutof tbo lexual organs absolutely cured. FEMALE DISEASES-cured at home without instruments; a wonderful remedy. CATAKRH and Disease! ot the Slcio. Blood, Heart, Liver .and KWnejrs. . , 8TFBI1>IS. Tho most rapid, mifa and effectlra remedy. A complete cure guaranteed. 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