The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1898 · Page 8
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MB MD1NEBI "41X40* A, itjU A, \\ hlJh , * i .'A Y, APML ao k i80& cotiw wi tw la-iA^aa^g^ Jt ^ .a^A JISSJE. A^i Jt^ ^ A jk£j&£2{U&M TJEflllS OlitfS 16 OEGAIrZEfi fceM I* OBttoifa ls«e!li6*dttl ,tfc* ,W»«* Itt ilowaLawn Tennis a$ , BOotatiofj is legally incorporated- fln( the above Is its official title. The ter - irUofy it includes is declared to be the counties of Palo AHo, Emmet, Poca hontasi Koseuth, Humboldt, Wright Winnebago, and Hancock, and all ten nls players therein residing are ellgi ble te membership. A tennis club in the association shall consist of two or mbre members, who must be residents of the town in which the club is'organ- ized. A $2 fee is assessed to each member, and application for membership must bo filed by June 1, The following articles will be of special Interest to all Kossuth knights of the racket: An annual tournament shall be held at which the trophies shall be played for, the winners of the trophies to be declared the champions of the association for that year. The place and time of holding the tournament shall be decided at the annual meeting preceding each tournament and the tournament for 1898 shall be held at West Bend, August, 13, 14 and 15. The trophy in doubles for 1898 shall bo the West Bend cup, and in singles a gold medal. Each club shall be entitled to enter one loam only for doubles and one player for singles. Entries for the tournament must be sent to the secretrry of the association at least one week before the tournament. What Aleoua Needs. Armstrong Journal: Algona has determined to be a back number no longer. A large public library,'electric lights and a $17,000 school building all at once is moving along fast. Now If they would call oat their militia company and shoot down a few hundred of their thieves, forgers and blue sky swindlers Algona and Kossuth county would bo a very nice place. West Bend's Canning Factory. Peter Habegar and the Journal editor have been at Vlnton to see what Is needed to get a canning factory ut West Bend. They found that farmers get $4 a ton for snapped sweet corn. Corn will yield three and one-half to four and one-half tons per acre dependent upon the character of tbe soil, variety of corn and cultivation given it. One ton of corn yields about 500 XJUDS. By planting different varieties of corn and two plantings of each kind tbe cunning season can be made to last three to five weeks, and tbe.machinery, buildings, and other equipments necessary to start a factory of 20,000 cans capacity will cost $7,000 to $8,000. This can be added to to increase the capacity .as circumstances might require without changing any of the machinery, but by simply adding more. Portland's Annual Gopher Hunt. The boys of Portland have organized for their annual gopher hunt, and the usual picnic given by the defeated side will DO doubt follow in due season. The Burt Monitor gives the list of hunters on both sides: . Tom Tra!ner|Captain—Geo. Coffeo, J. Mawdsley, G. Fairbank, O. Johnson, L, White, J. W. Cooper, L. Larsen, W. Watson, Fisher, W. Abriham, W. J. Cooper, George Stone, M. Miles, W. Hugh, E. Bartlett, L. Anker, W. P. Ferguson, F. Miller, H. Ward, H. John-, son, W. E. Grover, L, Owen, L.,Davieon, Jno. McWhorter, M. Owen. Henry Sorenson, captain—J. W. Jones, H. P. Larson, R. Jain, J. H. Grover, W. B. Pratt, E. O. Mann, J. G. Bike, Wm. Blake, W. Crager, T. Fox, G. Graham, M, J. Mann, C. Belnap, P. Peterson, J. W. Stott, Frank Ringsdorf, W. Hopkins, Fred Ringsdorf, B. Young, Hosier, T. H, Bike, John Gingery, Man Smith, E. McWhorter, J. Krin. ^ Burt Monitor, F. E, Ranney of Lotts Crook recently refused $7,000 for his 160-acre farm, His price is $7,500. G. S, Angus and wife are visiting at Hastings, Nebraska. Miss Eva Peters, youngest sister to our Dr. Peters, Is making a visit here. In a week or so she and her mother go pn a visit of some months in Pennsylvania. 8, N. Harris, the efficient assistant cashier of tbe Burt bank, ie getting Atone and sand on bis lot east of A. H. Nafus for tbe erection of a home, It looks suspicious. He wilt put up a neat and creditable residence. We might mention also that Joe' Elvidge has flpoken for tbe corner lot just east and is likely to build before the season is over. They are handsome building Neww. , Horace Godd&rd, while po bis way from Algona to Mason City, Monday, punctured *be tire of his yrbeel near , Sexton and was obliged to walk in, E[e tank, $bjB trftin to Wesley, wfter,e the tire •Wu repaired a,njj ^>n w^ pn. feij wjay ' S' • i , < - 3f~. "«"~* "" "*t TT^r >__.' »•'-<-_•"<---i-«-ir« »WT WF^« f ;;;, . .ft|A|gOftft)a^|,purf4ay, JEbe ftaJQri fa> " ",•% PMtaWM? IB be fplft, tort, —4-;: iV.^MMU/jP^li^w, toJif« °f i .;> &$£*'*/"< '•:.»). sa- loonselthef. Olof Pearson has added 82 feet on the north side of his residence property to Bis possessions, also the lot across tbe street. , ^ John Wallace, the veteran creamery taftb of Kossuth county) has gone to Georgia id engage in the Business. We hope he will do as much for the farm- efs down there as he did for them in tnii county, and a great deal better for himself, Peter Monson bus the frame up for a large two-story addition to bis farm dwelling. He is one of Harrison town ship's thrifty farmers, and we are glad to see him adding to his home com forts. Tom Sherman of Bancroft proceeded to buy a half block of ground in the residence portion of the city, after helping to appraise the lots last week. Mrs. O. D. Ranks came up from Irv- tngton last Saturday to pack up and store their household goods. Mr, Banks is in Chicago now and Mrs. Banks went to Irvlngton Monday with the intention of leaving for that city the next evening. Whittemore Champion, Surveyor Tellier was over the last of the week establishing a grade for tbe brick block. P.J.Walker has been hauling out lumber for a new house on his farm three miles north. Pete Daley lighted a cannon fire cracker in his billiard hall a few days ago and started to throw itout of doors. Instead of going out as intended it struck on the storm door frame and fell inside of the entrance when it exploded. Two or three big panes of glass were broken by the concussion. Peter will do that kind of work outside hereafter. Wesley Reporter. Ed. Kunz is about to open a general merchandise store in Hutchins. Miss Grace Smith commenced her spring term last Monday as teacher of the Peter Anderson school. Miss Jennie Patterson of Algona commenced her spring term last Monday at the German Valley school. Ole Peterson's children havebeen re- 'used admittance to the Brewster school louee, but as Ole owns property and ias buildings in the district the coun- ,y superintendent and the township 3oard will likely be appealed to. Lu Verne News. George W. Hanna has been making a 'ew improvements in his bank lately. Besides paper, the outside has been painted and brass wickets added to the counter. \ » Notice is hereby given that anyone )laying ball on main street will be arrested and fined. A word to the wise s sufficient. CHAS. KONARSKA, Mayor. Germnnla Standard. W. Crabtree and Martin' Jordan of Algona, horse speculators, were in town •londay and Tuesday. Earl Stephens brought Miss Lenna Jright over from Ledyard Sunday. ["he latter lives at Algona, her home, >ut has contracted with the Ledyard ownship school board president to .each the Ogren school we*t of town, which commenced Monday;' /--She will stay in Germania and ride- back and or th on her bicycle. W. T. Hall took John Zleist to Independence Thursday morning to .the inane asylum. His case is not tcnowu. fohn has the spmpatby of the people, and is known to be an upright young man. • _ Bancroft Register. Winnebago county has grown weary f sending her prisoners to Northwood and Mason City for safe keeping and l build a jail of her own. When will Kossuth county do likewise? G. F, Holloway returned from .his rip through Missouri, well pleased with some parts of it. He visited at . B. Mousel's at Macon City, and de- lares theirs to be one of the loveliest lomes at the edge of one of the best I ties in the best part of the state. At flqlla he saw W. Mlllard, who was not verly pleased with his situation, Mr. 'unninghun, who accompanied him, did not conclude to buy in southern Missouri, but went on, to Oklahoma. J, A. Campbell had his acetylene gas ights running for the first time Wednesday night, and a large number were attracted to the neat 'little store >y the unU8ually*brilliant lights in his how windows. The gas burns with a white, perfectly steady blaze, and the ight jets make it as light in the store as the sun. All who visited the Backet (renounced the new llluminant the Tightest and best they had yet seen, tnd Mr. Campbell, who has tbe agency or the generators, will undoubtedly ut in a number of them here, Ledyard Leader. Mrs. Jas. Beem is going into the >oultry business on a big scale. She as two iooubatorg with a capacity of ,00 eggs each and is having a large hioken house built with all tbe mpderp raprovements. -The first batching rom one of the incubators came off last week, Dr, Mote attended a meeting of the ossuth. County Medical association at^ Algona this week. He reports a good ime, but attendance not very large on account of bad weather. Germaqia will celebrate tbe Fourth hie year a»d has made a stai'fctQ wards ting up the program— a -base, ball eaw has KAVT, QPA;4P -A pwtMio, to ten parts, 'sjxt^n viewg in •^^.i?»4g/r>^' f A $66 fcarfs fcotf(ssfKffldeni bf tfce „ don Telegraph, ttMtiag of a fufiefal re cently held in afi interior town of France, says the dead Woman had been in easy circumstances and had long been beset by the odd ambition to be buried in pomp and splendor and With the ad' companiment of a large crowd. With this end in view she bequeathed to her principal tenant, a steady going greengrocer, the greater part of her fortune, Consisting of about f 16,000, on the et- press condition that she should be interred in state, the hearse being drawn by six horses caparisoned in the trappings of woe, with all the usual adjuncts to match. Not content with this pre caution, the Worthy dame, When she perceived that her end Wa*s nigh, left legacies not only to a variety of charitable institutions, bnt also to the fire* men of the place, to the local band and to the gymnastic clubs of the district. All these 'societies were, of course, represented with becoming gratitude at the obsequies, which in scrupulous ac oordance with the wishes of the deceased benefactress of the lucky greengrocer and the charitable and other institutions, were on a magnificent and, indeed, colossal scale, seeing that upward of 6,000 persons belonging to all classes of society followed her mortal remains to their last resting place. An Up Stairs Blacksmith Shop. As is well known, the Baldwin Locomotive works are located in the heart of the city of Philadelphia, where real estate is valuable. This condition of things leads to a great many details in the construction of the works which •would not be thought of under different circumstances, although, as very often happens after one has accommodated himself to circumstances^ii this way, the result is found to have no disadvantages, but, on the contrary, is found to be positively advantageous. One of the features of the Baldwin works, which is a blacksmith shop, steam hammers and all, is located on the second floor. This shop does what the Baldwin works call the light work. It does not do the frame forging or other heavy work, although the work done is, as already intimated, sufficiently heavy to- call for steam hammers. The entire shop contains 87 forges, served by two fans, which are driven by electric motors. A complete system of exhaust piping for carrying away the smoke is provided, which, to gether with the very liberal window and skylight area and elevated location, results in the cleanest and lightest shop, when the number of fires is con sidered, that we have ever seen.—Amor ican Machinist. Dickens and CraUcghank. The last time I saw Dickens was in 1868, at the funeral of William Makepeace Thackeray, to which I accompanied my father. Although December, it was as bright and sunny as a summer day. On getting out at the railway station we encountered George Cruikshank, with whom in early life Thackeray had studied etching and whose illustrations were a feature of Dickens' earlier works. Oruikshank was then in his seventieth year. He walked with us to Kensal Green cemetery, and the day being warm I carried bis overcoat. The great temperance artist was as quaint and odd in manner and appearance as any of his own caricatures. George, as his intimates called him, possessed histrionic tastes and used to appear as Macbeth and in other Shakespearean characters at Saddler's Wells. He was associated with Dickens, too, in the ainateurjperforinanees in connection with the promotion of the -Guild of Literature and Art. Oruikshank was also a volunteer officer, .and on the occasion of some review a comic bard wrote in allusion to his tomperauoe proclivities lines which I still recall : Fancy Cruikshank, if you please, On a horse with groggy knees I — Chambers' Journal. They Will Lay Scrambled "Here, call your dog into your own garden. If you don't keep him within bounds, I'll shoot him," yelled Loouey to his neighbor. "You seem to make a nice fuss about my dog getting into your yard," said the neighbor coolly, "Suppose you think it's a park?" "I'm keeping fowls, and I don't want your animal running 'em all over the place. You don't think I keep poultry to amuse your dog, do you?" roared Looney. "Call him in, d'ye hear?" "I reckon that dog is doing you a service by chasing your hens about, " re marked the other as he dragged the dog away. "Will save your wife a lot of trouble preparing the eggs for breakfast. You see now, after my dog has chased them about tbe yard, if they don't go and lay scrambled eggs. "—Strand Mag aziue. ft &Ue Term. A young man in the treasury depart- meut who took an examination recent ly for promotion ran up against a curi OUB question, but he was equal to the occasion, aud his ready reply will doubtless stand him. in good stead when hie average is made up. The question asked was this; "Hpw Jong do you expect to remain in, tjie pjyjl seryfoe?" , *'P»tii death dsius purt, » $as tbe reply* ^ whe4taljjngiy written, down, pp Qor, . , . " Whit lofrely letters 1 r&Siive f roM ftla ty Hopkibs." said one yontig lady to ftnoth- efin qur hearing, and while we are not acquainted tvlth the individual (referred to, yet this remark Kites us a favorable opinion of her, tvhich we likewise have of all t»hd master tbe aft 6f letter Writing, for snch t)ets,ons seldom fafl to win their wfty to social and business prominence. Parents, -give yonr boys and girls a chance. Buy each one of them, who is ten years old and over, a scholarship in some school of correspondence where trained teachers cofaduct a practical and instructive and exceedingly interesting course of social and business correspondence with their scholars, old or young, at their homes. At the school named below the price of tuition has been reduced to the remarkably small sum of $3.40 per year, payable sixty cents quarterly in "advance, or fa.OO in one cash payment. For some time this school has also furnishe'd its scholars all needed stationery, and will continue to do so in the future. • Let that progressive word, "Now," which has been the key note to so many successful careers, be your watchword, and apply at once for a scholarship in the National School of Correspondence at 1805 Fourth Ave. South, Minneapolis, Minn. HOME-SEEKERS' CHEAf EXCURSIONS. • On May 3 and 17, and June 7 and 21 the Northwestern line will sell home-seekers' excursion tickets, with favorable time limits, to numerous points in'the west and south at exceptionally low rates. For tickets and full information apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.—5t3 STATEMENT. OF Kossuth County State Bank, of Algona, Iowa, April 0, 1808. ASSETS. Loans and discounts. .8101,204 80 Gold and silver. 12,07408 Legal tender and national bank notes and coin 13,33500 Drafts and cash Items 1,61911 Due from banks- Citizens' National, Des Molnes.... 12,000 82 Metropolitan National, Chicago... 8,08027 First National, Minneapolis 2,817 27 Union National; Chicago 28,00090 National Exchange, Milwaukee... 12,021 41 Palo Alto County, Emmetsburg... 90 59 First National, Dubuque 4,774 92 Chemical National, New York.... 4,300 34 First National, Bennlngton 2,88593 Orerdraf ts 337 75 Real estate 7,20380 Personal property. 2,740 82 Total assets .".... .$215,774 50 LIABILITIES. Capital stock .$ 50,000 00 Due depositors.. 151,03280 Undivided proflts... ?. 14,14170 Total liabilities $215,774 50 Liabilities of directors $3,300 00 Sworn to by WM H. INGHAM, President, LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier, 1 Jos. W. "WADSWOBTH, Asst. Cash. Directors. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 13th day of April, 1898. [L. s.] H. E, BIST, Notary Public. SHELLY & PETTI BONE, MARBLE Head Stones, * Monuments, OfSee us before you contract. A gallon of PUKE LINSEED OIL mixed with a gallon of mokes 2 gallons of the VERY BEST PAINT In the.WOBLD for 42.40 or • of yourpalntblll. Is FAB MOBE DUTIABLE than Fort WHITE LEAD and la ABSOLDTBLT HOT POISONOUS. PAMMAB PAINT is made of the BEST or FAINT MA- rEiiiAis— 6uch as all good painters uae, and i( ground THICK, VEBY THICK. No trouble to mix, any boy can do It, It Is the COMMON SENBB 01 HOUSE PAINT. No BETTEB paint can be madeal ANX cost, and Is NOT to OBAOK, BUSTED, PEEI, or OHJP. F.HAMMAR PAINT CO., St. LOUla, Mp» Bold mid guaranteed by Joseplx ID'Uaa-w-cocLie, Dealer in Lumber, Grain, Coal, Paints, Oils, etc., IHVINOTON, IOWA. Eet»U 1812, Legal Blanks Real Estate Mortgages, Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, Leases, Cash or Share B?»t t Real Estate Contrapt's,. Bill of Sale, Chattel Mortgages., Satisfaction of Mortgage, IrfAQQ I fi^SI*CftG * . Nptes,,-. , (^ * A full stock pf these are Uept ooBgtantJy, pn !h§ jjpj$rIte Mote •: '• ''I;/ '|%' ! sC"A' /, .'V"V ''•"-^'iiisr ^-'" >< ' f > WP ••"? >/! <• nyj|$!$j '"" V vVr :':M3W*:C- ; -vli;a tf^a^Utt^UHKlB^ •ttn-tun™—J_y V^/v/l v/ There are more Deere Corn Planters made, sold, and used than any other kind. They are the most popular because they are the best. Call and see them and we will show you why. PRICES RIGHT. Wilfrid P. Jones. ALGONA AND BURT. The Wetmore Truss THIS TRUSS 4IURDERS Met I WEAR THE < WBTMOKE TKUES A truss embodying the sym- plicity and durability of all other trusses, and yet unlike any of them. The most simple' truss ever made. Is practically indestructible—wears forever. Made on strictly hygienic principles— no cumbersome springs to pass around the body. It gives perfect freedom of action without the slightest /faove- ment of the truss. Does not take one-half the pressure to hold the rupture that the old styles take, Holds the rupture easily, yet firmly and surely. It stays just where It is placed. The cheapest high-grade truss yet produced. It is absolutely guaranteed to fit and horn the hernia with comfort, or money refunded. Don't buy any other truss before trying this For sale and guaranteed by' W. J. Studley, PHARMACIST, Boston Block, ALGONA, I A. Don't take any chance on ~ Abstracts of Title. My books are thoroughly complete. None but experienced abstractors have ever written a word in them. My work is done by competent persons and Is guaranteed. Anything entrusted to me will have prompt and careful attention. REAL ESTATE LOANS, FARMS AND WILD LANDS, C, C. SAMSON,- Algona, Iowa. Opera Houee PJpok, 60 YEARS' ritijTM,-a'{«£" .f 3 "ittf PROFESSIONAL. "*~ f ^***-^'**~*^ n +*~**r~*i*+~r**r**^~*s~^r^s~+. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON & BUTLER, . LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbralth's: SULLIVAN & MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT- LAW, Office in Hoxie-Ferguson bl jck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J. O. RAYMOND. - BBNBST 0 KAyMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over Kossutli County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. . L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SVRQEON, H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUR&EON, Office at residence, McGregor street. . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M, J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND _' Office and residence over Taylor's. H. D. SPENCER, M. PHYSICIAN AND Sexton, DR. MAROARET E. COLES, Homeopathic Phystoian and Surges*, Office and residence in Boston Block, , IOWA. . S. GLASIER, D. D. S,, DSNyi e Bank. Algon*. NTJST, L, BIST, D. D, 8, i. A, Drugs and Medicines, mi ^^£a- K ^,^: ; pui-posflBQUly. f *" H * v *«H 4 O ' J ,j * * > •> * O ' > , ! '*• t

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