The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1893 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 22, 1893
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THE UPPER BBS MOINES: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1893. TIME OAfcBS. Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Pan! Railway. TXJCAt TRAlZf BAST. "Way passenger departs at 2:20 p m Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Minneapolis trains— -No.2 departs at 10:24am No. 4 departs at 0:30 pm TRAINS WEST. "Way passenger departs at .'....11:45 am 'Through passenger—No. 3 at 4:37 p m 'Throughpassenger—No. 1 at 0:02 am No. 1 dally, except Sunday. No. 4 dally, except Saturday. Chicago & Northwestern Railway. North- allied 8:18 a m CP«*g 3:31 pm JTrelghi ,.. 10:00 am South- Pass 2:33pm Mixed 0:07 pm Freight .... 10:00 a in J EtJlKUUt ,.*,,, J.W t\f\J t* iii j-i^i£,iiu .•<• J.W.**-* « — ' Pass, arrives at Chicago at 7 a m; arrives at Des Moines at 8:15 pm. Lv. DesM. 2:30 am HUB!ness Notice. D. A. Haggard has been secured by THE TTJPPBn DBS^MOINES to act as its agent in •making settlements with its patrons. Any business transacted with him will be the same, as though done at this office. THE CITY. Rev. .Deforest will preach Sunday at the Episcopalian church. Rev. 'Sanderson was sick in bed at Emmetsburg and did not preach here Sunday. Next Tuesday night, Feb. 28, is Eastern Star/chapter, Let every member take notice. This is ;the' week for quarterly collections and our patrons will be visited In due season. Success is attending the Methodist revival dnewtings, 35 having already been converted. Rev. David-son and family will soon take rooms in the old college building for the .present. A fine mew 'house is going up over in the northwest part of town. Mr. Webster is theibuilder. The -Odd Fellows iand Knights of Pythias are planning,on a hall in the block Gardner Covvles is to build this spring. The next annual district Good Templar meeting will be held at Algona. Bancroft is down for a sub-district meeting.. Court meets next Monday, Judge Carr presiding. The .docket is as large as usual and several interesting cases come on for trial. Esthervillo Republican: The opening of Algona'* elegant new opera house the 9th inst. was an immense success. The receipts were $1,025. Milt. Moore of Fenton last week gave someone a $5 gold piece for a penny in making change. That is one way of disposing of the gold reserve. Mrs. Spencer named u,fine new Jerse}' calf " Gloriana," and it-has since died. Some say it was too good for this country, and some say the name killed it. Marriage licenses have been issued to Alonzo Fox and Anna Jorgenson, W. M. Heathershaw and Emma Hutchinson, Wm. G. Wilson and Anna M. Bell. The state band played at Bancroft yesterday afternoon, going from Algona on the early train. They came east from Estherville Monday night on the midnight freight. Dr. McCoy has a personal letter from Judge Gresham acknowledging a letter of congratulations. The doctor conveyed to him the best wishes of the Kossuth democracy. The Good Templars of this district met Saturday at Ruthven, with 20 lodges represented. Jake Freeh of Bancroft is elected district secretary for the coming year. A new hotel or boarding house is to go up this spring near the Northwestern depot. A. Wolf, the carpenter, is arranging to build and will put up a structure 40x40 feet two stories high. At one of his sales in the north part of the county last week D. A. Haggard sold a lot of sow pigs weighing not over 125 pounds each at an average of over $16. Hogs beat trotting horses these days. The First ward caucus was held last week and J. W. Wadsworth was named for alderman. This is a good selection. Mr. Wadsworth is one of the younger business men of Algona, and that is the class our city council should be made up of. Letters' remain uncalled for in the Algona postofflce for Miss Ruby Beckwith, H. H, Douglass, Mrs. N. Grant, Chas. Ingersoll, W. H. Jacobson, O, B. Kline, Geo. Lard, Chas. F. Miller, Loren Mortensen, Albert Ralim, A. F. Shultz. No one who enjoys a good time will fail to attend the Washington birthday supper this evening at the court house. The veterans and the ladies will furnish a material report worthy of tho occasion and a fine programme of literary exorcises is arranged. The basement of the new bank building is being fitted for a very fine barber shop, which Wilbur & Fenske will occupy March 1. Three bath tubs and new furniture throughout are being put in, and the boys expect to have as good as the best when they get settled. Sophia Schultz, a 18-year-old daughter of John Schultz, who lives a little southwest of Bancroft, was before the insane commissioners Saturday and committed to Independence. Her trouble is epileptic. Sheriff Graham and her sister went with her Monday. The Whittemore people enjoyed "Gloriana." The Champion says: "Those who attended the opening of the Algona opera house last Thursday night were J. M. Farley and wife, C. C. Samson, and H. S. Dailey. They report a play of high character and well rendered." The republican city convention comes tomorrow, and a full ticket will be put in the field. Nominations must be filed with the city recorder Friday or the names will not appear on the official ticket. The election comes March 6, and Friday will be Feb. 24, giving barely the necessary 10 days' notice. Sometime ago suit was brought by O. W. McMurray to foreclose some mortgages on the property of Mr. Leatherman. Other creditors secured an injunction on the grounds that the mortgages were given to defraud them, and they intervened with their claims. I Thomas topk the oase under advisement and now holds the mortgages good. They were given to Lee Horning and by him sold to McMutray. They all Leatherman had. J. W. Sullivan was McMurray'e attorney. Dr. Morse assisted last week in an operation on his father for stone in the bladder and one as lai-ge as a hen's egg was removed. At first it seemed that the operation would be successful, but he was called to Des Moines Monday, as symptoms were worse. His father is 66 years of age, and his recovery doubtful. S. C. Newcomb of Irvington received a telegram last week announcing the death of his son, G. E. Newcomb, at Taylor, Texas. No particulars are learned, but It is understood that he was killed on the railroad. A large number attended the funeral yesterday, the remains being brought home by brother railroad men. Postmaster Starr informs us that people who get mail from the north on the trains from the south are really getting it several hours ahead of time. The north mail is pouched and sent to Eagle Grove on the 6 o'clock train, and then brought back on the morning train. If it did not come in that way it would not arrive till afternoon from the north. A new banIcorganization is reported at Whittemore with Geo. E. Boyle, president; J. M. Farley, vice president; Cory Ridgway, cnshier. Among the stockholders are A. A. Brunson, C. C. Chubb, Thos. F. Cooke, and A. D. Clarke of Algona. It will be a state bank, and will do a big business. Whittemore is one of the best towns in northern Iowa. Report comes from Emmetsburg that three or four of the parties who stole Harrv Wilson's flour were captured on Monday. A detective fixed his suspicions on them and then went around in a green sort of a way to buy their houses. He of course had to make a thorough inspection of each, and found the flour, eight to fifteen sacks in a place. About 100 sacks were taken in all. 'Squire Clarke performed the marriage ceremony last Thursday at the home of the bride's parents which united Peter Christenson and Miss Mary Kargleder. A big gathering of friends was present, and the marriage feast and dance lasted till well on towards morning. Mr. Christenson is manager of one of Algona's feed barns, a popular business man, and wins an excellent wife. May they have the best of good fortune. After spending a few days at the asylum Dr. Read's friends decided that there was not the opportunity for properly caring for him there that they wished and he was brought back to Algona Thursday. His nephew from Des Moines came \yith him and Mrs. Read. The doctor is very old and childish and helpless, requiring constant attention. All friends of the family regret on his account and Mrs. Read's that he should be so afflicted. Sunday night about 12 o'clock Samuel Benjamin had an apoplectic stroke, which has completely prostrated him. For some time he was unable to speak or move, but during Monday regained consciousness a little and has improved slightly since. As death has not resulted quickly there is u fair chance for recovery, but his age and other infirmities make the prospect doubtful. Mr. Benjamin's many friends will learn of this misfortune with regret, and hope for the best. Dr. Kenefick has the case in charge. There was a big gathering of the democratic state central committee at Des Moines last week, but our member, Jas. Taylor, did not attend. He has been feeling rather unwell nearly all winter and the trip to Des Moines was not very inviting. We have interviewed both him and Bro. Ryan, but without results. It is rumored that the meeting was called to settle some difficulties with the State Leader, which has joined the Dubuque Herald in a raid on tho committee. In the meantime the Algona postofflce in still open, and all the candidates are hopeful. Dodge'street, we regret to say, has in the immediate neighborhood of this office been disfigured by some very poor sidewalk for a year or more. Last week one board that was loose acted worse than usual and John G. Smith, Mrs. E. G. Bowyer, and Mrs. Alex. White tripped over it at different times and fell very heavily in consequence. The city will have a personal injury to settle for some day that will cost more than repairing a great many sidewalks, and it would therefore-seem wise to have the commissioner begin a vigorous raid all over town. " One who was there" from Burt writes to the Monitor and says: "I noticed that the Burt correspondent of the Algona Republican says: 'The people that attended Gloriana were not at all pleased and say that it will bo a long time before they will pay such prices for seats in that opera house; guess it was a big sell all around.' The correspondent is certainly not warranted in making that statement, for I have interviewed all but five of the 20 or upward who went from here, and they pronounced it a good show and were well pleased with the entertainment, also the excellent treatment received at the hands of the opera house company." Every seat was taken at the social union club meeting Friday evening. The programme opened with a very able paper by J. W, Sullivan on the legal rights of women. It was one of the best yet read before the society. C. B. Matson read one of Bret Harte's short and entertaining stories, Miss Maud Cowan recited a laughable piece in her usually entertaining manner, and Dr. Morse defended the Iowa winter very ably. Mrs. Peterson played a piano solo, and the church choir sang a quartette which was heartily encored, but without avail. C. M. Doxsee was chosen programme committee for the next two meetings. The New York Mercantile and Financial Times Feb. 11 has a column article on Llano and the banking institution W. S. Dorland is president of. The following paragraph will be of interest: " That President Dorland's administration will be wise, energetic and successful in the highest degree may be looked upon as a foregone conclusion. He is one of the ablest men at present connected with banking affairs in Texas. It is proper to add thnt in the work of development now going on the First National bank, under the wise administration of President Dprland and his colleagues is taking, and will take, a most Important and useful part. No Texas bank has brighter prospects ahead than this one." Something, we can't imagine what, In THE UPPER DES MOINES office led G. M. Parsons to think about bad penmanship the other day and he told this story of how he came to he called Giles Pie in the army. His name is Gilles- ple M. Parsons. The official making d^ily reports to the commanding of- fitier sent up one in a hurry one day and received it back again for correction. He looked it all over carefully and .sent it up again, and it came back again. Then he went up himself to see what was wrong. The superior officer put on a withering look and said: "Why, here are two men reported and only one accounted for." "Where are the two menV" asked the reporter. "Giles Pie and M. Parsons," replied the officer, pointing to our Sherman township resident's name, and thereafter he went as Giles Pie during the remainder of the war. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS/ A. D. Clarke went to South Dakota on a business trip last week. J. W. Sullivan's brother is up from Iowa City visiting him. Frank Benjamin is down from Minneapolis to attend his father. F. M. Taylor was called to Mason City Monday on legal business. Miss Mabel and Edna Means were here -from Minneapolis last week on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. ,F. H. Vesper attended the funeral of G. E. Boynton at Eagle Grove Monday. Miss Peddlety of Mason City came over last week for a visit with the family of Peter J. Walker. C. L. Lund and W. L. Joslyn went to Chicago last Friday. Mr. Joslyn will visit at home before returning. Grant Ramsay is down from Minneapolis for a visit. He is now yard master at that place for the Milwaukee company. F. S. Stough has been to Sioux City, LeMars, Marshalltown, and other places the past week looking up a first class harness maker. Miss Maud Cowan and Geo. Hamilton go to Eagle Grove Friday to take part in a gold medal declamatory contest which is to be held there. J. R. Jones after taking Dr. Read to the asylum at Independence visited at Waterloo and other of the thriving cities of that part of the state. Fish Commissioner Griggs was over Thursday visiting with his brother democrats and attending to his duties. Algona has a distinguished democrat hero about every day. Leon, Daisy; and Zada Hack drove up from Humboldt last week for a few days' visit at Thos. H. Lantry's. They are children of our former residents, Mi 1 , and Mrs. O. J. Hack, and enjoyed visiting their old home. Harry Lantry's old Algona friends will be pleased to learn that he and his wife are coming for a visit in May. He has been chosen a delegate to the national meeting of the railway telegraphers, which is to be held at Toronto, Canada, and will stop at Algona on his way. W. B. Quarton went to Belle Plaine last Friday to arrange some details in that furniture case in which M. O'Rourke is interested, and which has been hanging on now several years. One part has been tried and won by Mr. O'Rourke. This other only in- vol ves some §400 and will soon be disposed of. From there Mr. Quarton went to Oskaloosa to visit his parents. Ijr you are not satisfied with the flour you are using, try Gold Mine, sold by W. F. Carter.—47t2 WE are here, do you hear? making town loans. Skinner Bros., over State Bank. BUY your crackers at the Opera House grocery. We buy in small quantities and often, so they are always fresh. PRESERVED Ginger Root, put up in Canton, China—something fine. W. F. Carter. COME one and come all if you want a town loan. Skinner Bros. PURE sap maple syrup in gallon cans —$1,25, at the Opera House grocery. DUNBAR'S Okra, with tomatoes; try it. W. F. Carter. DON'T fail to see that lOo raisin at the Opera House grocery. IF you want an overcoat we can fit you with a good one for a little money. Geo. L. Galbraith & Co. TRY a pair of our ladies' $2.25 shoes, now better than ever before. Geo. L. Gsilbraith & Co. FOR real estate time loans at the very lowest rates, make inquiry at the Kossuth County bank. WE have some new styles in ging- hiuns to show you. Geo. L. Galbraith & (Jo. GOOD residence on McGregor street for sale. Inquire at this office.—38 ' T. J. KENEFICK, M. D. Office over -Jas. Taylor's store. (1 HE best 25c coffee in C ira House grocery. town at the 'ERMONT Sage Cheese at W. F. ( tor's. '«Y our 40c tea. M. Z. Grove & Son. IARMESIAN grated cheese at W. F, ( -ler's. •DAM, Brick, Pine Apple, and Swiss c 'so at W. F. Carter's. 1 .'arter'a. .'EIDNER'S Soup Tablets at W. F. < lor's. OVELTY glass wash boards at W. A COCK AND BULL STOftY. The Sensation of the Week is an Affidavit by Our Jail Bird Making Serious Charges. He Alleges that Marshal Dailey Assisted Him in His Recent Escape—Little Credence Given the Yarn. The newspapers are under obligations to Kennn, the lately recaptured jail bird. He has furnished a second sensation, and this week he adds to his record with an affidavit which promises to lend further than at first wns probably expected. We give it in full herewith: I, Thos. Kcnna, being duly sworn, depose and say that when I got out of the Jnil in Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, during the September term of court, 1892, A. F. Dailey, city marshall at that time, kept us posted in regard, to the indictment found against us (Frank Daily and Thomas Kenno, alias Hays); also advised us how we could tnnko our escape and at what time to go, and also advised us as to the hole being worked partly though from the outside. He was present when we got out of juil, standing by the water closet west of the court house. He also advised my partner the best direction to go after making our escape. Tuos. KENNA. As soon as the affidavit was made it was made known to a few and the news then spread rapidly. At first it created some surprise, but its eiTect was not lony lived and will not survive its open publication. THE UPPER DKS MOINES has made sonic investigator) into the facts and knows somewhat of the evidence, and in addition to Mr. Dalley's ilat denial of the whole story is enabled to express a very confident opinion that when the matter is investigated it will be found that this affidavit is false in every particular. The careful reader will see the improbability of the story on its face, and the evidence will show it wholly unreliable. The affidavit was taken before County Clerk Grose, he being the proper officer to receive such a, document. A GOOD MAN GONE, G. 15. Hoyiiton, Assistant Superintendent of the Xortliwcsterii llnil- rond, Dies Suddenly. It was difficult for our people to realize Saturday afternoon that Assistant Superintendent Boynton of Eagle Grove, who was such a picture of health <it the opera house opening, was dead. He passed away at 2 o'clock after a surgical operation had been performed for appendicitis, an inflammation of a small part of the intestines. He was first taken sick shortly after returning from Algona. Perhaps the last time he ever signed his name was to the letter of regret he dictated in response to an invitation to be present at the dedication last evening. It was dated last Wednesday and concluded, "I regret that illness will prevent my being present on that occasion." Mr. Boynton was well known in Algona. He was here many times, but perhaps his most important visit was when the railway commissioners were present to inqu re into the Northwestern train service, and lie appeared for the company. At Eagle Grove when the editors met he was very active in arranging for their entertainment. Hr was a genial, likeable, healthy and efficient man. His death will bring personal sorrow to all who knew him. His funeral was held Monday, and his remains were taken to Illinois for burial. WHO IS F. P. OTTPLIN? lie Is Credited to West Bend and Hats a Great Head—His New Invention. Chicago Inter Ocean: P. P. Cuplin of West Bend, Iowa, was at the Victoria yesterday. Mr. Cuplin has invented a device which he believes will make the royal sport of racing even more popular than it is now. It is a revolving grand stand, a contrivance that will save the investor in pool tickets the irksome labor of craning his neck and straining his vision to see how his ducats are being carried. The grand stand is supposed to revolve as the races go, and the occupants are always facing the horses and their journey to the wire. The inventor's idea for the mechanical contrivance of a revolving stand is to have it set in a shallow basin filled with water, but he discreetly withholds particulars as to the application of power, but says that it is just as practicable with a stand of 50,000 chairs as with one of 5,000. The judges' stand is to be constructed as an ordinary elevator. The cage will be gradually raised when the horses start until such a height is reached that the judgos may see horses passing behind the stand through tho opening' space between the roof and the main part of the stand, or between the upper and lower sections, if tho stand comprises two stories. Farm for Kent. One of the best grain and stock farms in Kossuth county, to rent for cash, if taken by March 1,' 1893. Will rent. 200 or 320 acres, whichever is preferred. One and one-half miles south of Burt. LEVI HODGSON, Burt, Iowa. Notice. All parties who are in arrears on water rent must pay the same before Friday evening, Feb. 24, 1893, or the water will be shut oft'. A. F. DAILEY, Superintendent. FARM loans at Skinner Bros.' WANTED. THREE IMPROVED FARMS Not over 8 miles from market—one of 160 acres, one 120 acres, and one of 80 acres. Apply at ouce at the office of JULIUS PLETH, Over State Bank. ALGONA, IOWA. Q)HALF POUND © — wtmtr HIGHEST GRADE GROVI CHASE ft SANBORN JAPAN. Our Customers Who have used Chase & Sanborn's Coffee will be pleased to know that we have put in a line of their celebrated Teas. It sells at 500, put up in a half-pound package. Try it on our guarantee. This is the Best Tea you can get in Algona at any price, , , W, F. GARTER. ri ,£} .SP 15 <D G a) H Best Grade made A \n> s ! fl?' 43LGS. WASHBURH CROSBVCffS. GOLD MEDAL. tr n> o> o" C l-l 3 3 Minneapolis. We keep it and sell It at $1.20 per sack Our best make of flour 1.00 per sack Uuekwheat flour (SB Ibs) BIS per sack Graham (25 Ibs) 5r> per sack Bolted corn meal (8fi Ibs) 30 per sack COOK BROS. OF HOBART, Dealers In general merchandise, handle our goods, and sell at same prices we do, and their customers tell us they can buy anything thoy need In the grocery line as> cheap of Cook Bros, as In Algona, which Is a great convenience to west slders. JONES & STACY. REDUCED AGAIN I make for the present the following very low prices on FLOUR. Try a sack. If it don't please it will cost you nothing: Full Pat. flour, per sack, $1.00 Graham flour, per sack, - .50 Corn meal, per sack, - - .25 Rye flour, per sack, - - .75 Buckwheat, per sack, - .80 Bran, per 100 pounds, - .70 Shorts, per 100 pounds, - .75 Feed, per 100 pounds, - .80 Wheaten Gluten, per sack, .75 All warranted. Liberal discount on round lots. J. J. WILSON. Abstracts. Other abstracters have po'oled. We're not in it. We have been in the business for 22 years and don't have to sell, but are here to stay. Our work is GUARANTEED and will be done at liying prices. Jones & Smith. Bale© <3c Have established a -IN WESLEY, and solicit a share of the trade In our line. We are prepared to do all kinds of repiiir ing on short notice and guarantee satisfaction. Full stock of HARNESS, WHIPS, SADDLES, and horse jewelry always on hand. BALES & WHITE. The undersigned having bought out the meat market formerly owned by H. J. Edens wish to say that they will be glad to meet all old customers, as well as the new ones that may favor them with their patronage, hoping by kind treatment and fair dealing to receive a part of the public patronage. Cash for hldts, / ciir A T\T TJ< i>, u poultry, etc. f hrlAJJLlii & b 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. 1 store. DR. L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines. 1 assortment always on hand of drugs, mod- clues, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only. 33oolce DO YOU WANT AN AUCTIONEER? FINANCIAL. --^^>^X^>-i-^ - «-N - '^—«^»*-v_rt_X- KossuthCounty Bank •A.XJO-OIT.A.. IO-W.A... CAPITAL $50,000 Incorporated under general lairs of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly, ami a general banking business transacted. 1'nssage tickets to or from this old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. INtiHAM ,1. B. JONES LEWIS II. SMITH President Vice President Cashier Directors—Win. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. U. .Tones, T. ChrlwohllH's, Lewis H. Smith, J, W. Wadsworth, Harnet Devlno. The First National Bank O3T . XO-W.A.. CAPITAL 850,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL President I). 11. IIUTCHINS Vice President \VJl. K. FK1UHISON Cashier Directors—D. II. Ilutchlns, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Donvfliler, W. F. Carter, Ambrose A. Call, R. H. Spoucor, Win. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing llrst-class security. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. ALGONA, IOWA. Officers and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, C. C. Chubb, Vice Prest., Clias. C. St. Glair, Cashier, Geo. Li. Galbraith; W. C. TyiTell, Myron bclicnelc, Thos. F. Cooke. General Banking. I'KIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. State Bank of Bancroft ', IO-W.A.. AUTI101UZKI) CAPITA L ............ 8100,000 Incorporated tinder general laws of Iowa. Transacts a general banking business. Money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, collections a specialty. Real estate loans procured and insurance furnished. Notes purchased. Large of wild lauds and improved farms for sale ami rent. S. T. MESEKVEY .................... President II. N. BKUEK .................. Vice President CHAS. U, MOIIEIIOUSE ............... Cashier Directors— G. S. Ringland, S. T. Mesorvey, R. N. Bruar, J. 13. Johnson, C. Korslnud. PROFESSIONAL. "»-•->— •~**r^ f ~^ l '> rf -< v x-N^-s w x-^-v J ^x^^»krf» v GEO. E. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Onice over First National bank, Algona, la. W. B. QUARTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Over Kossnth County bank, Algona, Iowa. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block, W. C. DANSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Loans and collections. Over Durdall & Co.'s. 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. Ofllce, State st., one door east of Cordingley. Residence, McGregor st., east of the public school building. H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention to city practice. \ .>-- AUCTIONEER, Will oi'Y city a.»d farm property, make s, etc. All business of ,a private nuture strictly OQU PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. J. M. PRIDE, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Jno. Goedera' store, on State street, Algoua, Iowa. G. T. WEST, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND S Next door to J. G. Smith's store, Algona', la. T. J, FELLING, M. D., ' PffYSICIA A r A ffD SURGEON. consultation in English and Gennan. Office (vnd residence over H. Goetboh's store, WWttemore, Iowa,

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