The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 11, 1891 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 11, 1891
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UPPJBM JDJBB MQINES; ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, HOY* 11, i89L THESE COME BY THE POSt Oh. all WESLEY. WKSLKV, Nov. 0.—Election Is over, we are still alive, nnd tfmt Is nil. '" you old democrats, won't wo put It over you In '02, Where was thnt old enthusiastic republican that always voted the straight republican ticket and insisted that everybody should stand by tho republican ticket this fall? Oh, consistency, thou art a jewel. fclectlon day was very qulot In Wesley this year. Land seekers nro numerous these days In this part of the country. J, H. Fora has his now houso enclosed. Tho Fanners' A11 In nco Htoro company furnish tho school coal for tho Second district of Wesley this year at $».!X) a ton for tho best TjaSnllo third vein. Our school Is progressing nicely. Prof. Single Is giving tho best satisfaction. Hoilnijy Mill of Brill was In our town Wednesday of last week on business, A. S. Wnito will soon have his store ready to occupy. Mrs. R M. HuttHof Chicago IH here visiting her mother. Grandmother Smith arrived hero one day last week from Wisconsin to visit her won, J, 11. Hmlth. She Is a welcome visitor iimonir her many friends and old nolghbori;, '.' It has fidiV-d very inuoh to tho looks of tho M. K. i-.hurch building to havo a oounlo of t-oiits of lend and oil. All pruiHu to tho Liidlon' Aid Monloty, The hthorinan IIOUHO Is undoi-golng an overhaul Ing. Mr. Walton IH painting and building tip, both Inside and out, which adds much to the lortkH. Tho brick masoim have the Catholic flohool IIOUHO about IncloHod. Farmers are busy husking their corn, whloh IH n good crop this fail. Mrn. Htmlo LUWHOU rnturriofMiistwook from Chicago, whoro oho IIIIH boon visiting with tho family of 0. .1. Maker. Mivi-lcotH lire; Wheat, 75(i; oalH, !>!{(;; biu-loy, HOMMIo; ryo, 72i); timothy, IK)«; corn, 27o: (lax. 7»o; liogH, »».J«I; loose htty, $5; baled hay, iHI.60(</>7. LU VEriNE. LUVKUNIO, Nov. I).—C. Ulmlor, who haw boon at homo at h'oi-i, Dodgu for the • piwl four wookH, cnino up on the train mid JH ready for IJIIHIIIUHH again. Tho new restaurant IH now open for mould mid boardoi-M In tho Kggorth Inilldlttg. MlHH Nancy Larimer IH no bettor at t/hls writing. S. C. Platt haw got moved to MB now •quarters, and IH nicely llxod up and IUIH plenty of room. John Ualloiwon of Konwlok WIIH a •vudtornt I). W. Uamm'H tholnttor part of tho wook. W. B. Person IIIIH piirolmmid an cnglno to run |I!H throBhliig mauhlne. Dr. A. llhihoy IIIIH roturnod from Toledo, whoro ho went to vote, and IH now ready for buHlnoHH again. Our now liimbormoii, Buoll & Morris, nre going to put up a now elevator HOOII aUho M. &Mt. L. yards. GhiiH, Llohty wont to Toledo, WodnoH- (Ifiy, on Important huHlnuHH. Ed. Wololi IIIIH boon Hick fin- tho past wook with a Hovoro cold and HOI-O throat, but IH getting hotter at pi-oHont. An old guntlouiiui by the name of It. .S. Andoi'Hon, who llvcm In Story county and WIIH horo looking after a farm to rent, wbllo at tho North western dopot lust night for tho (l:fi() o'clock train, In Homo way fell olT of tho platform, whloh IH about seven foot high, and dislocated •I i In hip. He WIIH found by HOIIIO pnrUoH hero and tnkon care of and put on tho afternoon train at tho Northwestern mid Hont to lilw homo for treatment. Mo WIIH a man about (10 yours old, .Take MolrH' now llvory barn IH about ready for htmlnoHH. 11. V. Scott IIIIH purohawod KOVOI-II! lotH oust of tho M. ft St. L. dopot with llio Intention of building- a ronlclom-o In tho noiir fiiturc. The IIOI-HO trotting race that ciimo .I'rldny hotwoim Murray and August .(.loossou rowultod lu favor of Murray, ho '"'dug tho lost two boats. Tho imrno .H about $!)0, % . llnuko'M ti-aiii ran away last l!Ylda\\ Chat-Ion IH golngaround'wtthu poolod ih^Hu and tho mimosa WIIH prottv iiidly toriKup, Tho hornus oamo out oh P. ^ : .Phoro WHH uMlanco out at Sam. Stou- Htiy'H north of town. A ploasant time WUH had, and thoy kopt It up till tho woo Bum houi-H In tho morning. LoHllo Harton's fathor In horo vlHlt- lii|>- from California. SENECA, Win, Ormlston Is regaining bin lioulth and bin many frlondH oongralu- Juto him on tho proapoot of hlw ultlnmto rooovory. llo IH adding to tho comforts of his hoiwo hosldos putting up a now granary, S. N, Uoo'dHpood IH building a now corn crib and granary. Mr. Holgonsou IH making tlio old Hrayton houso look like a now ono, and has a now barn, wind motor, and Other imimiranonts on tho sumo plaoo. Tho old llolgorson plaoo Is also putting on a frosh look with now windows ami siding. Hans Anderson ha« built a largo barn and made somo othor imm-ovomouts on Ills farm, which add muoh to its valuo. II. Wurnor has several now corn cribs and thoy aro nlroaily tilled although his largo crop of corn Is not all iHKskoil. ,1, F. Kolloy has routed tho O. 10. Uliss farm and will occupy tho sumo as soon as ho gots in tho \-rojw on tho <>'ray placo. the following tinpreeedentedly low price*, from this date, for tho cam' palgn: Single codes to Nov. Jfl, 1891, 25 cento; clubs of five or more to Nov. 10, 1891, 20 cent* each. Sample copies free. Address Perkins Bros. Co., SfOux City, Iowa. Consumption Cnred, An old phjr «jd«n, Mtlfwl from practlcft, fiav- ing had placed in hlnhando by *n EMt India mi(M«ioii»tT th* formula of » nlmplo temtftble remedy for the opwdjr and permanent cure of conwimntlon. bronchltl*. catarrh, atthhia, and all fhroal and l«n« affections, aloo J pSrt tire and radical CUM foV nervous deWllty and all nervoti* cotnplalnw, aftnr having teftfed it* wonderful curative powers in thousand* of caiw*, hny foil t his duty to mako It UnoWn to hi* "nrrnHng fellows, Actuated by this motfvn and a doBlre t<» relieve human suffnririB, I win send free of charge, to all who doslrn it, thin rBclno, In-aerman, French, or English, with *«• S«nt naming ' IJloch, SBK the now dross goods, all the latest novoltloB, at Oalbraith's. Startling Fact*. Th« American people are rapldlr raofl of nenroiw Wreeloi^ftiid tliefollo i If l ±,«« n !h"' ' Ah °nw Hempdl fM^"m from St. BANKING IK8TITUTION3. Kossuth County Bank, becoming a h °nw Hempdlng of UutlSr, Wf. "?" W( . M *«' great ' .T ** lor °' I'W»ii»port. ind., P°, nn ?" I" 1 " 1 l(lkln « ''• «w « rtula, Ind., wn* cured of 40 to BO convulHloriK a dar, ami much heartache, dlzzlneiH, h«ckuch().aM(1iiflrTou«pro(itrntlonbf one bottle 7, r J n L H l ule & (l a il . fln , e ^ k of mafteloiHcureS frooatK, w, ningler'n, who recommendi and Kunranteo* thh iinmnmled remedy. S» Hndden DcntliH. CAPITA^ , $50,000 Incorporated under general lawn of Iowa. Deposit* received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchangis bonght and «old. Collection* made prombtl/, and a general banking WMlneM tt-aniiacted, Padrage tickets to or from the old countries sold atlowest rates. WM. tt. IXOHASf Pretldent .t. B. JONK8 Vie* fresldeet U5W1S H. »HITH CwnJer tMreotora—Wm. It. ingiiam, John O. Smith. J. li..Tones, T. ChHHChllles. Lewln H. Smith, J. W. Wadttrorth, Barnet Derlne. First National Bank nfii.«i • .. l ° mon fciiueiit catme '?J,m2' len ^'""(,JJ r| "«l' I" throe out of four CUM* «unexpe«t<j(I, The wiriptomo lira not Renerallr 1 ri ('»«a™! Ahiibitof lying on t e "? 11 " 1 ' P"" 10 . 1 ' <«l«tre(.» Inilde. r, Irrogulnr pu IIB, nnthma wnnit I», wind In itomMh, "we llngTr anktei or dropiir or ropiir, opprcNslon, dry coiiah BIIH 5Z± rl fr^ .?& ^'''''•trated'&.ok'on "hSrt uiieane, rree ni K. W, DltiRler'*, who »nu« nn»i Kuarnntmui Dr. Mllod- unequi imiVw ^ Heart Cure « n , d ,"'" 'n?? l( i™»v(* Ncrvlae, which wi£ imnS*. -AJLO-O3T.A-. CAPITAL $50.000 Special attention given to collections. AMBK08K A. VM.h Prwldfut T). M. HtmjIIINS Vlee Prwldeat J. C. BMCKKOKD Canhier T Olroctoni-Atnbrose A. Call, D. H. Hntchln*. J. C. Blacliford. Phllln Dorweiler, Wm. K. Ferguson, A. D. Clarke, C. n. Hatching. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable ratoH to partlea furnishing Hrst-clang securttj-. Hie Paws' ani Our New Fall and Winter Goods ARE HERE. A larger stock and better bargains than ever before. We o cordially invite your inspection. Miles' Nerve and lilver Pills Is now settled In Its newly -arranged bnlldlnc In the Ktchmond block, where we are prepared to treat you In the best of style. Deposits received, money loaned, foreten and d.imeHtlc exchange bought arid gold, collections made promptly, and a general banJt- Injj biifflnpgB transacted. Pajwage ticket* to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. CorrcupondentB an1 References: Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago. IlL; CIHzens'Na. tlonal Bank, Dei Moln<«,la.; St. Paul National Bank, St. Paul. Minn.; Farmers' National Bank, HudRon, N. Y. ; Richard Rossmsn, Oav- eruck, New York. R. M. RICHMOND, President A. B. RICHMOND, Cashier. Alco In this building will be found the PIONEER LAND, LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY OF BANCROFT. [EHtabllshed 1881.] A large llHt of wild lands for gale. Improved inrmH and village property for nale or rent. * arm lounx on longunt time and at lowent rate of IntereHt. Inmininoe written in Hbc different compimlvH. Call on or address UH. R. M. RICHMOND & CO. Successor to J, J, Wilson. Office, and Yard on Dodge street, soutJi of State, ALGONA, - IOWA. State Bank of Bancroft AN ATTRACTIVE LINE , of Millinery, in the latest and most approved fashions, may be found at Matson & McCalFs. We have an infinite variety of styles, at the lowest possible prices. OAI'ITAh 8100,000 Incorporated under general liiwsof Iowa. TrunHacitH a Kunornl banking bunlncHH. Mon«y lonnc-d, forelKii and domestic exchange houuhli and Hold, collections a Hpeclalty. Heal OHtiiti! loans ]irociirud and InhiirancefurnlHhed. NotOB pttrchaHL'd. Large list of wild lands and Iniprovud farniH for Bale and rent. S. T. Jl KSKKVKY ;! I'rcHlilcnt It, X. IMMIKIl Vice PreHlilent (illAS. It. MOKK1IOIJ.SK CaHhlpi- DlruclofH—0. S. Ulngliuul. S. T. Meservov »• N. Ilnii-r, J, H. JoliiiHon, C. Koi-Hlund. ALEX. WHITE, Agent. Handles the best of oil descriptions of JOHN EDWARDS, Feed, and Sale Stable/ South of Tennant House, My rigs are all«rst class, and I will do whit Is right to secure a share of the trade. I WANT YOUR PATRONAGE, and I will try to use you right. NOTICE. We the undersigned, commissioners appointed by the judge of the district court of Kossuth county, state of Iowa, hereby order an election to be held at the Bell hotel, on Thursday, Nov. 19,1891, to determine the question of Incorporation of the following described territory: All of Sec. No. 5, all of Sec. No. 6, all of Sec. No. 7, all of Sec. No. 8, and thd North half of the North half of Sec. No. 17, and the North half of the North half of Sec. No. 18, all in Township No. 05, North of Range 30, West of the 5th principal meridian Kossuth county, Iowa. A petition and platt showing the- territory intended to be incorporated are on file in the clerk of court's office in Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa. Said territory to be known as the Incorporated town of Whittemore; GEO. E. BOYLE, J. M. FAKLEY, J. DeGBAW, H. S. DAILEY, „,.„ A. SCHMIDT, « Jlt ' J Commissioners. .-"? Take Warning in Time! M CL L. LTJ3STJD, DEALER IN REAL ESTATE, to iuuKht. iiiul Holil on oommlHHlou. Par- Uuuliir nttontlnn glvwn to euro unil HU|O of rail iwtivlo l.i UoHHiilh and ndjolnlngcoiintlon. A«t, rm- l oniiiin ins. Co., l-Wpor't, 111. PiiHHiigo t U'kol H to ohl CDiiul rlpH lit low-out, ratuH. 00 YOU WANT AN AUCTIONEER? AUCTIONEER, Will IMT oily inn! farm properly, iimlio colloc- lloim, otii, All biitiluoss of a private natmi< strictly comliltmtlul. Onion with K M. Taylor, ovor Ilowai-il'H. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ~' > — ~ —~^ ~^^~^* — -^^^^^^^ GEO. E. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. o over First National bunk, Algonu, la. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ovm- KoHsuth County bank, Algonu, Iowa. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agont. Over IC(insulh Co. bjinlc. Which include everything that is possibly needed for the construction, of anything from a piclcel fence to the vert/ finext residence. WE MEET ALL COMPETITION. Come and give, UK a f.'/wnce to figure your bills, and we will prove that this /,->• not merely idle talk. KuglUU Spiivlu Uiilmciit Itoutovos nil hnnl. soft, or cnlli>>il lumps or lilomlshoii from liovses, bloml spavin, ourbx ttl>ltut«, swi'ouoy, rinjf bouo, htlilo.s, sprains, all Hwollnu throats, oto. Savo *:u) by uso of ouo bottle; wiuTiiutoil. Tho most \voiiitprfiilblom- Hh euro ovor known. Sold by Dr. Shoots-.. Itrh cm-oil In MO mlimtos by Wolfonl's Saul ry Lollon. Sold by Or. Shoot-,-.. SEEDS, SEEDS! Timothy seed, Red clover seed, Mammoth clover seed, White clover seed, Oil cake meal, Lawn and orchard grass, German millet seed, AJsyke seed, Blue grass seed, Red top seed, Canada field seed, Stock food, Seed flax, seed wheat, Seed oats, seed corn, DANSON BROS., ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Loans uiicl colliictlonH. Over Frank Bros. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collt'ctlons. Money to loan on chattel Hoourlty. Over ChrisohlllcH' store. L. K. GARF1EUD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. onico, Stato St., ono door oast of Cordingloy. ItU8liU)iu<.n, Mc.arogor st., oust of tho public sohool building. H, C. MoCOY, M. D., PHYSIO I AN AND SURGEON. Bpnulal attimtlon to city pructlco. CO Undertaking and embalming will always receive careful and personal attention. Prices are reasonable. tar HOXTSK to rout: 7 rooms, pantry ami cellar. Inqxxiro of K. 11. Clarko. ' NEW striotly pure maplo svrui) at \V. V. Carter's. JUST arrived— anothor case of oalino roinnanUs at (Oalbraith's. Aro You Alive U'o Dip importance of keeping up with Oio timesV If so, sulweriho for thut nowsiost and Iwst of molroiwHtuii wook- liois, Tho vSioux City Journal. In order to givo this paper tuo widest possible dreulation thv jiublishers have made AT J. J. WILSON'S. H. A. SESSIONS, IN MORSE & PRIDE, PHYSICfA1V8 AND SUR&EON8. Ofllco oast of Kuthorfora houao, Algoutv, Jowa. G, T. WEST, M. D., PHYSIC TAN AND SURGEON, Nuxt door ID,). U. Smith's store, Algona, In. J. E. HILL, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, t Wesley, lown. nay ami night ctvlls attended to with prointuoss. T. J. FELLING, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Consultation lu KiiKlisli uud Uurinau. Office and residence, ovor H. Uootsch's store, Whittumore, lowu. DR. GEO. J. HOLTFOERSTER, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. West Heud, lown. Special ntteutlou to discuses of tho sUln. Kits, eiillopsy, etc., cured. 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 J100 at any date when interest falls 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 (urnlsued at once on perfect title. Call on or address H. HOXIE, Algona, Iowa, Oi-unilo or Marble, ALGONA, - - 10\YA. Satlofuctlou guaniuteed lu all cases. PR. L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines. Full assortnu»nt always on hand of drugs, mod- clues, nnd puro liquors for medicinal purposes ouly. Booica and St»tlon.«ry. ]y[ONKY PUHNISHED— At Sovcu per cout. Intoi-ost, at tho Kossuth County lituitc. Apply at oace. Dollars for Your Thoughts! A CHANCE FOR ARTISTIC AND LITERARY TALENT. We need TWENTY or MORE original and striking designs for Newspa tisements of SANTA CLAUS.SOAP. The manufafturerf M«srs. N & Co., authorize us to pay Ten Dollars Each for approved drawings with appropriate reading; or 9 5 .oo each for designs or readme mater only. This oSer is open to all who have 6 facility in illustration. The compS will close December '°, 1891- About January I, 1892, we will pay for accepted designs, ana return the others. * b ' Directions.—Make drawings with black ink on heavy white paper, or card board. Do the work in outline. Elaborate shading will not print well. SpaoTin papers wuTbe abou° fourmches square. Draw to larger scale if you prefer, but have design sSuare. The idea .s most important. If that is good we can have ft redrawn and still gfve you credit. A°oid doggerelin which soap rhymes with hope, &c. 6 ' uuv - reuu< AWW Points.-Santa Claus is a pure, high-grade Soap-made for laundry and general household use—a favorite wherever known. Generous praise will te well bestowed? Sold by all grocers, wholesale and retail. ««w»w»«u. aoia Do your best, and send results promptly. Address (only) N, W. AVER & SON, Newspaper Advertising Agents, November, 1891. Philadelphia Buy the Best. Buy Bonaparte Yarn. Buy Bonaparte Blankets. Buy Bonaparte Flannels. / Buy Bonaparte Pants. Buy Rockford Cotton Socks. Buy Racine Woolen Hosiery. Buy Lamb Knit Goods. Buy Staley Knit Shirts. Buy Good Boys' Clothing. Buy Lion Brand.Overalls. Buy Lion Brand Duck Coats., Buy Grinnell Gloves and Mitts.. Buy Brodhead Dress Goods. Buy Rochester Ladies' Shoes. Buy Men's Hub, Gore Shoes.' Buy Durable School Shoes. Buy Milwaukee Boots. Buy Best Rubber Goods. Buy St. Paul Fur Coats. Buy where you get the Best. Buy of ' K IDD'S GEUM KHADIOATOR" Positively cures all dlseases-because it kills mi §6rmS ( Diictsrift, pfirnsitos luicrobfis and animalcules in the system, wh'ich the nroml rLwnK^Thr^ -332 i se r SMS3i t JS eft '» of & mtle' V6g6ta ' l , , cancers, tumors, and ail so- sss5SE ! waife min tinnf nnn *.— •**»*•« .*-' A * t^UCDta ItJaUBS uwamees toTu^'an ' altoeate 1 flermBraaieatortoSi manufact urers away; - MEN \Whobythelrown«c« pi Imprudence orf o> Ijr suffer from Ket* join Dablllty, R£ . Jiaurtlngdralninpoi the (puntalni of llfet fffcctlng the mlaS od . member nerroui dlt> «MM (witb or wlt%> ItiJjiSSISfwgfs ipouaonce SSmiStf £***& _»»« lend for t ?£§??Pffi?» %Js?at^ 1 Kl T . . . rV*t4"«*- l w^Ry!sii"r3**> *••

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