The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1892 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 30, 1892
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;\ tlPjPJBR DBS MOMMIft AtGrOtfA, mWA WttnttBMDAY. MAROfl 30, \1892. BANK'NC .«^*-rf-u-ww^. _ Kossuth County Bank CAPITAL .......................... .....850,000 - Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and gold. Collections made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets . to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM, H. INGHAM.. J. B. JONES .................... Vice President LEWIS H, SMITH ...................... Cashier Directors— Wm. H. Ingham, John O. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrlsehllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. Wt Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. The First National Bank CAPITAL 850,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBKOSK A. CALL President I). H. IlliTCItlNS Vice President WM. K. PEKUUSON Cashier Directors—T), H. Hiitctitns, S. A. J?ei'gil.ion, Philip Do.nvcl.lP!. 1 , W. F. Carter, Ambrose A. Call, O. B. llutchtns, Win, K. Fo.-'gitroi. Money always on hand to Itmn at reasonable rates to parties furnishing flrst-elaHs security. A. D, CLARKE, President. C. C. ClitlUB, Vice President. CHAS. C. St. CLAW, Cnrhicr, Algona State Bank, CAPITAL ."....850,000 Motley to loau at roauonablo rates. Special attention given to collections. Exchange bought and sold on all po'nts In this country and Europe, and a goue.'al baul.- iug business transacted. Directors—A. D. Clarke, C. C. Chubb, Myron Schenclc, Geo. L. Qalbralth, Thos. p. Cooke, W. C. Tyrrell, Chas. C. St. CUvtr. Is now nettled )n its newly-arranged building In the Richmond block, where we are prepared to treat you In the best or style. Deposits received, money loaned, fo-olgn and domestic exchange bought ami so'd, collections mado promptly, and a general baok- lug business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. Correspondents and iTeferences: Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago, 111.; Citizens'Na- tional Bank, Des Moines, la.; St. Paul National Bank, St. Paul, Minn.; Farmers' National Bank, Hudson, N. Y.; Richard Rossuuin, Claverack, New York. R. M. RICHMOND, President. A. B. RICHMOND, Cashier. Also in this building will be found the PIONEER LAND, LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY OF BANCROFT. [Established 1881,] A large list of wild lands for sale. Improved farms and village property for sale or rent. Farm loans on longest time and at lowest rate Of Interest. Insurance written in six different companies. Call on or address us. R. M. RICHMOND & CO. State Bank of Bancroft AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ............ 8100,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Transacts a general banking business. Money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought ivi\d sold, collections a specialty. Real estate loans procured and insurance furnished. Notes purchased. Large list of wild lauds and improved farms for sale and rent. S. T. JIKSEHVEY .................... President JR. N. BKUEK .................. Vice President >CHAS. U. MOUEHOUSE ............... Cashier Directors— O. S. Klngland, S. T, Mesorvoy, R. N. Hruer, J. B. Johnson, C. Korsluud. 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 are here to stay. Our work is GUARANTEED and will be done at living prices. Jones & Smith. Cloths and Trimmings. J. K. FILL & SON, Merchant Tailors A full stock of cloths and trimmings always kept on hand, and furnished at as low rates as cuu be bought elsewhere. All work done promptly. WE CUARANFE SATi;F/WION. Come and soo us before placing your order. It will bo to your advantage. Abstract Office. The undersigned having purchased the abstract books ofO. M. Doxsee, A. D. Clarke & Co., and W. H. Nycum, are prepared to do neat and reliable work in that line at living prices. We have but one policy—that of fair dealing and courtesy toward all. With this, eupplentented by promptness, strict attention to business, and none but llrst-class work, we truet we aluill merit aud receive the patronage formerly bestowed upon our worthy predecessors. Gffloa at tho old stand of C. M. DoxKte, wUwe ir»s will be pleased to meet and make the acquaintance of our patrons and all others who may favor us by calling. Very respectfully, ABSTRACTORS. TpOR $25 YOU CAN BUY •*• A Sewing Machine that retails for W5, Get full InforuiaUou at the U. D. M. offlc*. FBOM THE OOttffiflf TOttS. WESLEY. WESLEY, March 29.—Emmigranti still continue to come. There Wer several carloads unloaded here las week. John Atkinson was down to Algona Monday on business. Miss Josie Pettibone of Algona spen Monday here visiting her sister, Jennie The .Wesley Cemetery association will meet Saturday at 1 p. to., April 2 at Taylor & Humes' lumber office to elect new officers and transact all other business that may come before it. C. Breen has purchased some lots in Park addition and intends building on them this spring. Next Saturday, April 2, is the day we vote to incorporate. Bet everj voter bo on hand and vote to incofpor ate. Mrs. Harris, the district lecturer foi the cause of temperance, was billed to speak at this place last Saturday evening, but owing to the bad road it was postponed till Friday night, April 1 when she will be here. Mrs. Harris arrived here last Saturday morning bul took the next train for Corwith where she intended to speak to the people on Sunday evening. Liona Hopkins has just closed a five months' term of school at the C.. Ware district and will begin a three months term at the Zumsteg district in Buffalo lOwnship, commencing April 4. Farmers have commenced seeding in ;his part of the county. If the weather holds line there will be considerable wheat sowed this week. Don't forget to come out and hear Mrs. Harris lecture next Friday even- ng at the M. E. church. Miss Liona Hopkins spent Sunday at Cylinder with her brother. C. P. Johnson bought a carload ol 'at hogs Monday. Wo notice that C. L. Livermoro has moved into his now house. Irven Wuite has purchased some lots n Park addition, where he intends to mild a hay barn and handle hay the oming season. H. H. Ellsworth of Britt was in town Tuesday. The dust pan social at Mr. Atkinson's ast Wednesday evening was well at;ended and a very enjoyable time was lad by all present. G. A. Frmk went down to Hampton Saturday, stopping over Sunday there with his best girl. Since George has )een traveling in the vicinity of Hampton we notice he is carrying a pair ol eye glasses in his pocket most of the time. We never knew of his being near sighted or having weak eyes, but then you know like begets like. Miss Ada Hollenbeck, who has just losed a very successful term of school near Ledyard, returnedhome Saturday. S. E. Grove is taking in the sights at Milwaukee this week. LU VERNE. , March 28.—Farmers have commenced seeding around here and ,he weather is fine, but the ground is a "ittle wet yet. Our implement dealers are sending out a great deal of machinery at present. Stafford Godfrey is going to paint lis hotel. Mrs. Wm. Dimler went to Webster Ity to stay with her husbuand's sister, who is sick. Mrs. J. C. Raymond, who has been visiting her son at Spirit Lake for a few days, returned last week. Sam Drake has been in town on business. Mrs. D. W. Ramm, one of the most esteemed and respected ladies of oui little town died last Wednesday at about 11 o'clock, Mrs. Ramm was one of the most devoted mothers to her family, and will be missed very much as she leaves three children to be cared for, and a bereaved husband. The oldest child is six years, the second two years, and the third one week old. The night previous to her death, Mrs. Ramm called the family to her bedside and told them what to do, and said thai she was going to die that night. II was hard for them to bear, but it WHS to be. Her death cast a gloom over all who were acquainted with her. She will be remembered by all in the future, and may her soul rest in that land fron: which no traveler returns is the last wish of all. And may God be with hei and the family for now and ever more. She was buried at the cemetery here on Saturday. She was a member ol the German Lutheran church at this place. Rube Buell and Albert Reagen were taken in members of the I. O. O. F. lodge last Thursday. The boys had quite a time of it carrying water foi the goat as it must have been pretty hard for the old fellow to be ridden so hard in one night. Henry Schlisohting of Cedar Rapids was in town Friday in the interests of the butter and egg trade. Eland French of Renwick was in town Saturday on business. CALL and buy our own make harness for $27. Oak stock and warranted, F S. Stough. FINK line of gents' neckties at Gal braith's, Spurgeon Entertainment. On April 14 there will be a first-clus_ lecture on the wonderful life and works of C. H. Spurgeon of London in the Congregational church. The lecture will be brilliantly illustrated by 50 life si/e storeoptican views of three genera tions of the famous Spurgeon family. Rev, C. C. Murston is in charge of the entertainment and is everywhere spoken of as a master at his work. The entertainment is given under the auspices of the Baptist Ladies' Aid society, und the proceeds go towards the erection of tho new house of worship. Further notice will be given. SHOOTING AFFEAY AT WESLEY. Geo. Stelzer lit liound Over for ^raw- lug u Kevolver on Kzra Ford. County Attorney Joslyn was called to Wesley Friday to prosecute a young man named Goo. Stelzcr on the charge of attempting to kill Ezra Ford. The matter waa brought before Squire IU>b- inson, and Stelzor made no defence and made no statement of the facta. Ford'a story WUH that 8U>l2«r came to hi« barn 10 get a home, which ho rtJuwxl to Jot turn have. Stolzfcr after s*>rw: talk said, " [ have a notion to kill you," and thereupon draw n revolver ami »hot Ford fell down and law quiet liil Htel/^r went away. He then had Stelzer ar rested, and at the hearing, no othe facts being known, he Was bound ove under $200 to meet the grand jury, am Constable Ash brought him to Algona At Wesley there is a story that he di<" not shoot at Ford, but Shot over him t scare him. If this is true it will provi an expensive scare to the young man Stelzer secured his bond Monday and i out of jail. LATEST styles in mens' and boy'i stiff and soft hats at Galbraith's. WHEN? Now. Who?. ,T. A. Hamilton & Co. What? The best bargains in lumber posts, fence pickets, Wagon stocks, anc roofing material ever offered in Algona Where? On the lots cornering the Rutherford house. THE prices of watches tire down Call at Bowyer's and get price before you buy.-lt2 A SPLENDID SHOWING. The Burt Creamery Tins Ilnd a I51g Tear—To Adopt the Unbcoclt Test. We are indebted to Secretary Ste phen Nicholson for a report of the work by the well-known Burt creamery the past year. The figures do not occupy much space but they tell a long story o: prosperity for tho farmers adjacent The year endedFeb. 27and thoreportis Total number of pounds of milk .'1,170,781 Total number of pounds of butter made 130,10' Yield of butter per 100 pounds milk 4,37 The average cost of manufacture has been 3.15 cents a pound. The highes' price paid during the year was $1.20 per hundred for milk, the lowest price 57 cents, and the average 81.25 cents per hundred pounds. Beginning with April 1 milk will be paid for according to its value as shown by the Babcock test. This completes the facilities for giving fair compensation to patrons, and insures a bettet pear in 1892. The Burt creamery is a great credit to the county. 1'ea, They are Coming To see us every day. The people have heard of the bargains that are being offered at Frank Bros.' old stand. Mens' suits $3, $4, $5, $7, and upwards Anything you want in mens' and boy's wear at almost half price. Do not far to cull and see for yourself before purchasing your clothing, etc., elsewhere. H. BALCOM. Successor to Frank Bros. Stone Wanted. I will pay $10 per cord for 20 cords ol blasted or broken stone, delivered in Algona before May 1. Its AMBROSE A. CALL. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. G. W. Ca-dy is home from his winter's playing with the Decorah orchestra. J. W. Sullivan was in various southern points last week on legal business. J. E. Blackford was visited over Sunday by a cousin, Mr. Kelsey of South Bend, Ind. W. E. Bradford, Britt's bright and shining limb of the law, was over yesterday on business. Mrs. Patch of Hartley has been visiting the past week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tennant. S. S. Sessions went to Goldfield to attend the wedding of his cousin, and from there took in the Etnmetsburg shoot. S, S. Sessions and A. F. Dailey hac some good duck shooting at Ruthven yesterday. They brought back 23 ducks. Mrs. R. F. Hedrick has come up from Florida and is visiting Mr. Hedrick's mother in Illinois. Our agent will go back next week and bring her home. Mrs. F. H. Vesper started Monday for Denver, where she will meet her husband_ and return with him. Mr. Vesper is enjoying Colorado, and likes the country. Mrs. Bair and younger daughter went to Waterloo Monday, and wil! make their home there hereafter. Miss Sara Bair remains to close her work in music. J. C. Frank goes to Waterloo this week and will decide at once on returning and opening an apartment store with his brother. He says ho considers it likely he will remain in Algona, A. J, Robinson was over from Britt one day last week, and reports the drug business good there. His shadow isnol growing less in his new home, and he will soon hold his own with Bro. Bailey. A. H. Langdon was out from Elgin for a day last Thursday. He is now assistant engineer for the Milwaukee company, and is superintending the double track laying near the Mississippi river. D. D. Townsend stored his household goods over John Reed's store, and started for Chicago Monday. He expects to get a position there for the present at least. Mrs. Townsond remains in Algona for a while but goes soon to join her husband, D. A. Buell came np from Florida last Thursday for his Hummer in Kossuth. He says that oranges did not do very well this season, and no big money was made in them. He has about 20 acres of orange grove, and in a few years will have a very profitable property. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dingloy, Lottie Dingley, and Mrs. F. S. Dingley are expected home from California this week. Mi*m Lcribttc; Wilnon goo« to Chicago to itop before corning to Algeria. They have all had a pleasant winter on the costal. Low Jlutc-H to Jlot SpriiiKH, Ark. On April 7 and 8 the Chicago & North v/oatern Railway company will fc*ll excursion ticket* to Hot Sprlngw. Ark., and return at half ratcw— on« fare or the round trip; ticketa good for r<;- urntauutHga until May 9. For tickets mu full information apply to agents of Jhfcago& North wetiUif/j railway.— H2 That our city him a poor and lot of (sidewalka la a, well-known aei. The majority of our v/ttlk» in present co/idUio/t arc neither ixjf isafe for travel, especially Spring and Summer Goods Arriving Every Day. The largest stock of Spring and Summer goods ever brought to this "market Dress Goods, Notions, Dress Trimmings, White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Sateens, Lawns, Tuscan Suitings, Ohevons, Bedford Cords, etc. Also a very large line of Ladies' and Misses' Spring Jackets. CLOTHING. We have a very large line of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Odd Pants, Odd Vests, Men's Spring Overcoats. PRICES TO SUIT EACH AND EVERYONE. DOTS AND SHOES. A very large line of Men's, Boys,' Women's and Children's Shoes of the best makes and at very low prices. CARPETS. We hare the largest and best line of Brussels and Ingrain carpets ever shown in this market. Also Drapery, Lace Curtains, Chenile Curtains, and Roller Curtains, which we will sell very cheap. HATS AND CAPS, Men's Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, etc. We iavite the public to call and see our large and complete stock of goods. Prices guaranteed as low as any house in the northwest. Yours truly, UNO. GOEDERS JR. by one not acquainted with every hole or rotten board in them, und who runs a thousand chances of breaking his neck before reaching his destination. So, this year, let us do away with this shaky and worthless mess, and put something substantial in its place, viz A good set of hardwood walks. Yes this is just what we want, and th place to get it is at J. A. Hamilton i Co.'s hardwood forget the place. lumber yard. Don' SWEAT pads only 40 cents each at P S. Stough 's. LARGE stock of wall paper at Gal braith's. HARNESS oil for 75 cents ji gallon a F. S. StougJVs WE have an elegant line of ladies and misses' spring jackets. Geo. L L. Galbraith's. F, S. STOUGH is receiving lots of ne\ shoes now days and, expecting more a) tho time. Call and see what he has be fore you buy. SEE those soft sole shoes for infant at Galbraith's. DR. GARFIELD has a few tons of ha' for sale at hia barn in Algona. A GOOD Elgin or Waltham watch with chain at Bowyer's for only $5.50 war ranted a good time keeper.-It2 FOB the general (quadriennial) con ference of the M. E. church, to be held at Omaha, May 1 to 30, excursion tick ets will be sold over the Chicago, Mil waukeo & St. Paul railway at one fare one way for the round trip. For the Iowa state encampment, G A. B., to be held at Otturawa, May K to 12, the Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Railway company will sell excursion tickets at Algona for $6.28 for the round trip.—It4 CORN—20 cents delivered on my farm 3. L. Lund.-51tf Bucklen'u Arnica Salve. The beat salve in tho world for bruises cuts, sores, ulcers, salt rhoum, fever sores tetter, chilblains, chapped hands, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay is required. It is guaranteed to gve perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price afic a box; sold by Dr. Sheets. NOTICE TO OCCUPYING CLAIMANT. 8TATK OF IOWA, KOS8UTH COUNTY, SB. Y - 'l'ii all whom it may concern: Tho comrnls- MH r H'one . A. Mollu, J. A. Carlson, and others las reported In favor oflts location us follows 1 Jommencing at the southesi corner of section 18, township tw range «0, and running I hence east on Kcctlon line and terminating 6 at the douthcast comer of section in, townshln 00 range «0, ar.d all objections thereto or claims or damage* must be /lied in the county aud- tor'H onice oil or bo/ore noon of the 1st day of '",",?' v A ' , a , 1 . 80a ' or HUcU 1'lfJl'way will be ea- abllhhfd without reference thereto. of j. u , County Auditor. TIME NOTICE, my his time, and that ""' «•»"« W, Young, His time, "and tha" icrca, tori will neither clttlw au y of UU euru UK» uor v*y auy debtn contracted bv him Elegant! : Exquisite, Artistic New Carpets! Samples of which we have just received. Lover Prices ^ designed BODY BRUSSELS, soft, handsome! The latest, choicest colorings and designs in all grades. Ouri Carpets speak for themselves, make friends, and sell themselves on 0meSi advanta & es impossible for oth- . Redurt.on in prices on most grades. We offer no old stock, but are showing the correct styles, the newest colors, and the rkCt - ' ts, Lace Cumins, Rugs, etc. Now is the time to make your selections. It will pay you well to come a long distance to see our styles and get prica If you are ,n a hurry we will surprise you how quick you can S VJT The Grange Store, J. E. BLACKFORD, Proprietor. Merchandise. We st state street, ALGONA, JOWAJ C. It. )>UN1). [Successors to 0. L. Lund-Established I860 ] REAL ESTATE DEALEES]

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