The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1892 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 16, 1892
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j. A. Hamilton HAVE 20,000 M01MS8I AM03STA, IQWA» Now on hand, which they offer for fill 9c EACH, Now is the time to buy your fence posts, before spring's work commences and while the roads are good. We are determined to do business this summer, and t't You Forget It. Just give the boys a chance. You will enjoy getting up in the morning if you have some of our dry pine slabs to start the fire with. FBOM fHE OOtJjtY TOWIF8. •WESLEY. WESLEY, March 14.—WedneMiiy and Thursday's storm did considerable damage in this part of the county by wrecking windmill towers and blowing over outbuildings. It took a new bam belonging to A. Cosgrove aiid moved it about four rods off its foundation, turning it around and breaking it up rather badly. It also took part of the iron roof off Mr. Kunz' stpre building here in town. Leo. Hill's new house was moved off the foundation also, but no great damage was done to it. Mr. Livermore will soon have bis house inclosed. We notice tbat H. C. Price has the lumber for his house on his lots he' recently purchased in Park addition. C. K. Oleson intends putting up A new building, 30x50, as soon as the weather will permit, which he intends to use for his new separator. He also intends to operate the one in Buffalo. Ho will leave nothing undone to make the separator business a success. His plan, if carried out, and we have reason to be- hove it will be, will give Wesley one of tho befit separators in this part of the state.* L. K. Hilt?, returned last Saturday from Boone, where he has been visiting friends. G. 13. Hall severs his connection with the Alliance Store company at this place today as general manager. Mr. Hall has been a very efficient "manager for the company, and tho directors were very sorry to have him leave, but Mr. H. thought his farm interests were so urgent that he could not consistently remain longer. The company have secured the services of Mr. James Corey of Mason City as manager. Mr. Corey comes well recommended and wo have every reason to think that tho business will continue as successful in the future as it has been in the past. .Our school election was a very tame affair, Monday. There were not one- fifth of the voters out. H. C. Hollenbeck. one of the old board, was reelected. Our schools are in a flourishing condition and our teachers are doing very good work. Rev. H. G. McBride is moving his family from here today to his farm neat- Thornton. Ho intends remaining here himself till the close of this conference year. Saturday, April 2, is the day set for Wesley to vote to incorporate. We hope every voter will be on hand and help to have tho movement to carry. Don t look loo much on the imperfection of others, but lot us look to the best interest of our town and vote for incorporation. Markets: Wheat, 60c; oats, 20e; barley, 30c; (lax, 70c; timothy seed, 9oc; corn, 21(o)23c; hay, loose, §4, baled, $5@ j.oO; hogs, $4.25. J. S. Gallagher has been putting a new roof of tin on part of his house ately. S. E. Grove's father and Mrs. Kellon-g a sister of Sam's, are visiting* here "at present. succeeded in firing a second shot, which proved fatal in so brief a period of time that Buggy only managed to get into the Lundy Store, where he died almost instantly. Gaffey rushed for his team and drove to the residence of Miss Murphy's parents, where he told them that he had fot into trouble. As be started to rive away he was dotairied in tiilk by John Small, until Constable Fletcher and his posse arrived and arre&ted him, impressed his team into service, brought him to Port Dodge and lodged him in jail. The murdered man is from Waukon, having purchased the Morris Bailey hardware stock some months ago, sm'd by his genial ways had become' quite a favorite with all. Mr. Gaffey's friends claim that he was frenzied by jealousy, and was hardly responsible for his acts. Excitement ran very high at Duncombe and here. M. D. O'Connell, Healy, Botsford & Healv have been retained by the prisoner. " DEATH OF EEY. ERI GAEFIELD. THE JOHN PAUL L Uev. Fu- 71. B. Butlnr Prenclies Ills ncral Sermon at Sanborn. Many in Algona who have met Rev. Eri Garfield during his visits to his nephew, Dr. L. K. Garlield, will bo interested in the brief sketch of his career written for the Humboldt Blade by Frank W. Bieknell. It pays a just tribute to his memory: The privilege to write of a man who has lived87years is this world and enjoyed himself most of the time and been a pleasure and an honor always to his relatives and friends, is not often given us; but the death at Sanborn, Monday, Fob. 29, of the Rev. Eri Garfield gives us such an opportunity. Ho was born atLangdon, N. H., Feb. 3, 1805. Of his younger years the writer has no data on which to base a sketch, but from the rectitude and courage that marked bis after life it is evident the best influences of the time surrounded him at this critical period of his life. When ho was 27 years old he was ordained into tho Uni- yersalist ministry, in which noblo calling; he remained with more or less activity, but with ever increasing devotion and steadfast faith until his death, 60 years later. He preached in Vermont, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and then removed to Wisconsin, where ho Was for 25 years pastor of Uni- vorsalist churches at Stoughton and Jefferson. About ]880Mr. Garfield retired from the active ministry and has since lived SUCCESSORS TO J. J. WltS.ON. Office and yard on Dodge street, tmwth of State, ALGONA, IOWA. Handle* the best of all descriptions of Which includes everything that is possibly needed for the construction of anything / rom a picket fence to the very finest residence. WEMEE^ALL_COMPETITION. Come and give u,x a chance to figure your bills, and we will prove to you that what we say is the truth. LADIES; MENS; CHILDRENS' LU Abstract Office. Tho undersigned having purchased <>ie abstract books of C. M. Dox.soe, A. D. G'tiii-Uo & Co., and W. H. Nycuin, urn p^opium! to do neat anrt veritable won; in time lino nt living prices. Wo linvo but one policy— the o or fair dealing and courtesy toward all. With loin, Mipplomontod by promptness, strict attention to bUHinesH, ana none but linst-cliiss work, wo trviBt wa Hhiill inurlt and receive the patvonn-jo formerly bestowed upon our worthy prec-ecu's- fiors. OlllcB at Uiu old Htand of C. M. DOXHGO, where we will li« pimiHod f,o meet and iriiiKetuo Hccmulntuuco or our patrons and all others who may favor us by calling. Vory respect- AUSTHACTKHS. Cloths and Trimmings. J. K. FILL & SON, Merchant Tailors A full stock of olotliH and trimmings always kept on hand, and furnished at us low rates as cuii lie bought ulKuwhuro. All work done promptly. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. Como and wso us boforo phic'lng your order. It will bo to your advantage. T. cSs S03ST. Abstracts. Other abstractors have pooled. We're not in it. We have been in the business for 22 years and don't have to sell, but arc here to stay. Our work is GUARANTEED and will be done at living prices. Jones & Smith. LuVERNE, March.—Mr. Kelling of Liberty township, a friend of Luther Blood, is here visiting with him for a while. Wednesday was one of the roughest days of the winter. The wind blew a terrible gale, doing considerable dam- :ige to glass fronts on the east side ' of Main street, and blowing tho lumber in tho yard in all directions. Byron Henry, tho tinsmith at Lichty & Guthrio's, who has been olV visiting friends the past two weeks, has returned. Jno. Bigger, a former printer here, bus returned again to his home near town to make a short visit witlf his parents. August Gnunraonz was married Sunday to a young lady from the oast Your humble sorvint could not learn the bride's name. They were married at the Gorman Lutheran church, Rev. Lohr olliciating. Our best wishes go with them. Geo. Stone is building an addition on to his house. C. IS. Simmons is doing the work. R. W. Hanna, who has been cashier at the bank, has thrown up his position and gone out to his farm to look after his interests there. Rov. Eighiny has been on the sick list for v few days back, but is bettor again. Jno. Robertson wont to Chicago Saturday evening with stock. At (ico. 15. Marble's, Hurt. Wo intend to move into our now store soon, where we will have more and better room, I heartily thank my friends in Burt and vicinity Cor the very liberal patronage; given mo, and hope with increased facilities to bo able to servo you better. Wo have some bargains to offer that are worth your while to look at. I am hero to sell goods as low as possible, but will not buy cheap, shoddy goods. Ono hundred nice presents for the first one hundred Indies who call on us in our new store. GEO. E. MARBLE, > !o Burt, Iowa. with hft daughters. He w;is married three times. By his first wife he had a daughter, Ellen, who isun artist in New lork City and unmarried. By his second wife he had another daughter, Adalaide, now Mrs. Copeland of JeJierson, Wis. He was married 30 years ago to Hannah Copeland and she survives him at the age of 7,'i years. Thev were the parents of three girls, Mrs. Agnes Babcock, formerly of Humboldt, nowof Sanborn, Mrs. Mabel Howard and Mrs. Mary Valentino of SanDiego,Cal. Mr. Garlield was firm in his faith to the last. He retained consciousness to tho last and died in the positive belief that he should step from this into another and better world. He asked tobe assured before his death that a minister of his own denomination should be secured to preach his funeral sermon, and it was most fortunate that it was possible for the Rev. H. B.But.lor of Algona to perform this last service for his old friend. Rev. Mr. Butler is a retired TJniversalist preacher who knew Mr. Garfield intimately in Wisconsin and used to exchange pulpits with him 25 years ago. It was a noblo sermon, recalling those old times. It was also at his own request that his remains were brought to Humboldt for burial beside his grandson, Howard Babcock. He hud been an Odd Fellow for45 years and tho funeral at Sandorn was taken charge of by tho lodge. Tlie lodge of Humboldt met the remains at the station on Wednesday, March 2, and the interment in Union cemetery was under their impressive ceremony. All the Garfields in America are descended from John Garfield, who cume to this country in 1040. The deceased traced his relationship to the late president and to Mrs. G. S. Garlield of Humboldt. Dr. Garfield of Algona is his nephew. One of the things Mr. Garfield was proudest of was tho fact that he voted for John Quiney Adams the second time ho ran, in 1828, and has never voted anything but a whig or republican ticket since. will be sold for the next 30 days at 25 PER CENT BELOW COST BANKING IHSIHUTIOHS, County Bank S30,0<»i Incorporated under general laws of lows, Deposits received, money loaned, forelm. domestic exchange bought and sold fX, Mons made promptly, and a general 'banw I business transacted. Passage tickets fn* I from the old countries sold at lowest rates WM. H. INGHAM .................. PresldW J.B. JONES .................... VicePresId LEWIS H. SMITH Directors—Wtn. H. Inj*ham, John G Smiti, J. B. Jones, T. Chrischilles. Lewis H. Smith 7 W. Wadsworth, Barnot Devine. onut M., The First National Ban CAPITAL .............................. J5o i000 | Special attention given to collections. AMBHOSE A. ................. President D. H. HUTCH INS .............. Vice President W31. K. FERGUSON ................... Cashier) Directors— n. H. Hutchlns, S. A. Ferguson. Philip Dorweller, W. F. Carter, Ambtose 1 Call, C. B. Hutchlns, Wm. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security, A. D. CLARKE, President. C. C. CHUBB, Vice President. CI1AS. C. St. CLAW, Cashier, Algona State Bank, CAPITAL 350,000! Money to loan at reasonable rates. Special attention given to collections. Exchange bought and sold on all points in this country and Europe, and a general bank. ing business transacted. Directors-A. p. Clarke, C. C. Chubb, Myron We will give you great bargains in this line, as we are clos- in out. ' ing out. Ladies' sizes from 3 to LANGDOIST & HUDSON. Wake Up! Spring is Here! Summer is Comin! J!UJ_YPUR HOUSES IN ORDER. C. ROSE WALL, Who is ready to do your work in the quickest and best manner. Graining, Kalsomining, Paper Hanging, ^ and best q nality. Is now settled in its newly-arranged building fefl "' ' we are prepared,!^ - * - B - ' IH'P^ —,-'-- .v.^u».vi-, money loaied, fo r ei2n M'St, and domestic exchange oougbt ant! sold, col- M% lections made prompt] v. and a general bank- P'-' 5 lug business transacted. Passage tickets to or 1 ® ; fr ^±^L ««>* »ow ^eiSs° or \m Metroxjoli- t# . 1 r « k. Chicago. l)i. ; CiH'ens' ttonal Bank, Ues Moines, la! ; St Pau> i°f Hank, St. Paul, Minn.'; Fanners' \'a{-, «• MA. B. RICHMOND, President. RICHMOND, Cashier. Also in this building will be found the PIONEER LAND, LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY OF IANCROFT. [Established 1881.] A large list of wild lands for sale. Improved rarnis and village property for sale or rent. * arm loans on longest time and at lowest rate or interest. Insurance written in six different companies. Call on or address us. R. M. RICHMOND & CO. State Bank of Bancroft Having secured the agency of the New England Loan and Trust Company, £)O YOU WANT A SKW1NQ MAOH1NM FOK J»5 "Worth $-lf»? Von onn get that k'od o? a, bar- Ifuln al Tlw Dppe? DBS Mo'.nou olUco. fttonth ' v**>9B Mffer from ExccaolTe tr _CMM M*Mtruitl»n; they don't know who *• cuMe la to get proper advice* " "I •*••*• !• anybody but try Bradfleld's Female Rgplaioi « Specific f«f PAINKUL, PROFUSE:, SCANTY,SUPPRESSED »nd IRREGULAR |w MENSTRUATION. Book to " WOMAN " mailed free. I BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, On. I Sola by ull Uruuitl.U. Sold by L. A. SHlfiETZ, Algoua. Never Yet Has It Mntlo n Failure. No lieullhy person need four any dmi"er- ous conaiMinoneos from mi attack of the grip if properly treated. It is much tho same as u severe cold and requires precisely the suuio treatment. Remain quietly ut home mid Uiko Clwmbovluin'8 Cough Remedy us cli roc-tod for a sovoro cold, mid a prompt ami eoinploto recovery is sure to follow Ihis remedy ulso countorrcts any tendency or la grippe to result in pneumonia A tho many thousands who have used it during the epidemics of the past two yours we nave yet to learn of a single case that has not recovered or that Una resulted in pneu- inouia. Sold in 25 and 50 cent bottles at Dingloy's. MONEY to loan on farms for live yours or over, at six per cent., at Kossiith County bunk. VAN HOUTBN'S Cocoa ut W. F Cartor s.—50 MURDER AT BUNCOMBE. Jealousy Prompts u Horrible Deed- Tho Muraorer In Custody. Fort Dodge Times: On Tuesday evening ut (i o'clock, aa Ed. Buggy was passing in front of the Lundy store, in company with Miss Lizzie Murphv Thomas Gaffey drew a revolver ami ilrod, the ball passing through Buggy's hat and grazing his hair. Bugwy grappled with Gaffey, whoenappwl the revolver again, without effect, but Are You Done with the Grip? Many persons who have recovered from la pippoaro now troubled with a persist- out cough. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will promptly loosen this cough and relieve tl\o lungs, offectinf? a permanent cure in a very short time. Sold in 25 and 50c bottles at Dingloy's. 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. Office over Chrischilles' store, Algona S. S. SESSIONS. AUTHOm/ED CAPITAL $100,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa.' Hv Tl i'?n SaC1ts ') eeneral banking business. Moil- ej loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, collections a specialty Real estate loans m-ocured and insurance furnished. R R. CHAS. vice, President H. MOUKHOUSE ............... Cashier Meservey, T-«-T 8an ' ' " Me , J. B. Johnson, C. Korslund NOTICE. ,' Local Market Quotations. Tho local market is quiet, owing to rough roads. Wheat sells at 7oc; oats, 22c; corn, 2Jc; - barley, 250; flax, 75c; C3C ca yg-. GO Is1 ' e ™'> Jvcn to all parties interest- Mar <*> 1K °2, the tin- T by the <H«trict couFt j,, , Iowa, executor of the last will and testament of Conrad J Schmidt d« ceased, late of said county. All neSom! in dented to said estate will mak AVav ' th ° s « ese nt them, properly authenticated. to the said court for allowance. wWyVlte 1 , ^ST* 11 °««*.*>wa 1 tbU <m-i MARTHA ELIZABETH SCHMIDT, ''"'' _ _ __ Executrix. NOTICE OP PBOBATE OF WILL. CD CD* ro"raV^ and embalming will always receive carefu L coipts will soon begin to be better ' Dfirsnnnl nti-enf,'™ T)_: J _ . y aiciul <mu Just now it is dillicult to haul a load of any sine, so but little produce iscomino- to town. fa — o ' "-"IIMjru IV^GIVC Utll personal attention. Prices are reasonable. Iiuclclen'8 Arnica Salve. The best salvo in tho world for bruises cuts, soros, ulcors, salt rhoum, fever sores' totter, chilblains, chapped hands, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures oiles I or no pay is required. It is guaranteed to gve perfect satisfaction oruionoj .-efunded Price 25c a box; sold by Dr. Sheets. COME in and si-o tho bargains we aro I ottering in shawl.-, Geo. L. Gulbraith *' ° U iniproved lantls ' <«»* one to Dated this liith day o! March, A. D. 1802. Clerk of tliu'District Court. ana no second mortgage or co«ponsken m > rower to reduce his mortgage at any time ana save thn n/ , S * '° aU Wl " ° Uable tho bor " fumi«hea at once on perfect title. Call on or aaa7ess °" "'" am ° Unt lmld ' oi^^us^s^ Livery, Feed, and Boarding Stable. NOTICE TO OCCUPYING CLAIMANT, i _. West °* Thorlngton Houiie - DO YOU WANT AN AUGTI8NEER? Harness Wlaker, ALGONA, IOWA. Dealer in Harness, Whips, Blankets, COLLARS, HALTERS, ^ft«"S ^ r ,S^VM2S 8B X: F. M. BRON80N, Watches and Jewelry, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, ]V[ONEY TO LOAN- SAV ING OF JUST $20 -ON A SEWING MACHINE.- WILBUR'* SEED MEAL 4Ud WILBUR'S SURE HEAVE CUBE r unit ruriuucihiT<ftt«nmidiit work hr ui, b/ Aunt P»ge, Agillii M, ini l Jno. Bonn, Tolfio, Ohio, fill. Olbiri ,rt dolnr« will. Wltf ot ,g,y golli ; ,„„ „•,* »}00.«l I h> T "C ctn ao '*• »«*•»« »'« uiui, wlicronr ftiv irt. ETID be- tri ' '""! <i"iliiK fruin II 19 .««.ei«wyottw *nd iiirl fan. Uu worH In IJWM lion Bf til lit" lira.. Illy Hion.j )„, B ork- ' 1 ' JpOR $25 YOU CAN BUY

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