Algona Courier from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1894 · Page 8
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October 26, 1894

Algona Courier from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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THE) COURIER, ALGONA, IOWA, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1894 [,' I;- •r fc I*? !' W i V B,A , $• ir iff ,*• r>V if AS *?, yf\ , I^H ' , m fl&* h ^ i X f '< ' #*- . t, Notice of Final Proof. United States Land 6fBce. Des Moines, Iowa, Oct. 17, 1894.—Notice Is hereby given that Iiewls 0. Smith luxs filed notice of Intention to make final proof before the clerk of tho district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, at his office In Aljrcmn, on Monday the 10th day of icccmber, 1894, on timber culture application To. 550. for tho south-west quarter of the n» tth-cast quarter of section number 14. In tovnshlp number 07, range number 28. He names as witnesses! John Wood of Bancroft, Iowa; E. B, Eddy of Buffalo Pork. Iowa; C. D. Smith of Algona, Iowa; T. A. Buttcrfleld of Buffalo Fork* Iowa. EDWARD B. EVANS, Register. d. F. PRESTOJvl, M. D. w SPEC A LI ST. ^ Spectacles solentlflcally fitted nnd guaranteed. MASON CITY. - - IOWA. GO TO THE -AT- Sexton, Iowa For Bargains in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Harnesses, Paints, Oils, Drugs, Patent Medicines. I handle the Best Minnesota Flour At the Lowest Price. All kinds of farm produce taken in exchange for goods. I always pay the highest market price for butter and eggs. I want 10,000 dozen eggs this week. li^Give me a call. AUG. STUDER, - Sexton, Iowa. Scott & Dailey, -:- Artesian Well Contractors. -:• Wo have the only cable steam drilling machine owned in the county. Sink wells for water supply for towns, cities and railroads. Special attention to farm well work. Estimates cheerfully made on application. We employ only expert drillers. Address, SCOTT & DAILEY, Algona, Iowa. BANCROFT NEWS. C. E. Malloty, of Buffalo Center, who has been quite stele, was on our streets the first of the week, shaking hands with his many friends. .Tames Gfilliou, of Armstrong:, was down over Sunday. 0. B. Matson, the hustllngv real estate man from Algonft. wns herd last Sunday. Di\Heflin and wife stopped off at Bancroft last Tuesday on their way to Burlington, where tho doctor goes oh professional Business. Fire broke out in ttyan & Go's drug store last Saturday and in a short time It was burned to tho ground. It also burned Peter Scvorson's restaurant, which was a total loss, it also burned about $250 worth of medical books for the doctor, with no Insurance. It Is supposed to bo of an Incendiary origin. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson living six miles north of here, died tho first of tho week of typhoid fever. They leave six children who are also sick with the same disease. Dr. Cutler thinks they will recover. Mrs. Vesper was a pleasant caller last S un- day at the homo of Mrs. H. M, Richmond, Miss Ada Colvln of Armst-rong.has been tho guest of Henrietta Johnson tho last week. Col. Spencer and wife of Algona, were hero last Wednesday. Dr. Irish, of Forest City, was in consultation with Dr. Walters at Ben Gruso's living six miles southeast of Buffalo Center. The sports of the town are enjoying a camping expedition at the lakes this week. WHITTEMOBE HAPPENINGS. The air Is full of wild rumors. The Nolliscs are on the war path. Donveilev had a great cloak sale Tuesday. A fight or a foot race will bo tho order of the day until after election. Mr. ar d Sirs. Wesley Dutton are keeping house just like old people. G. V. Swotting was in the city Tuesday between trains. D. E. Gardner, of Plattevllle, Wis., has been hero looking after his land interests. Tom Corcoran says we may announce his wedding next week. Miss Katie Moosback came down from Emmetsburg Tuesday to attend the •wedding of Miss Karr. Mrs. Harvc Daily has been on tho sick list for the past few days. G. E. Boyle was the highest bidder on the old school house and site, $550 being his bid. Marshal Smith is a keen-eyed cuss, he can spot n peddler quicker than "greased lightning'. Mr. Murphy, husband of Mrs. Murphy, Is laid up for repairs again. State Auditor McCarthy at tho Opera Hall Friday night. Don't fail to hoar him. Peter J. Walker, of Lotts Creek is liable to hear something drop before he Is through with the schoolboard of that town. The marriage of Adam Elbert and Lena Karr was solemnized at the Catholic Church Tuesday by llov. Father Nicols. The Whittcmoro Creamery company have Informed those parties who are endeavoring to bring the company Into disrepute that they need not bring their milk to the factory any longer. The boys who throw kisses at the girls may "think that they are smart," but tho boys who throw kisses to married women are liable to get into trouble. • •' John Nylon was able to be removed from town out to his farm last Monday. He is gaining and will soon be around again. Joe Thompson and wife visited here with relatives over Sunday. . Geo. Edgett and family will start soon for Arkansas. Mrs, Edgett goes In search of health. J. B. Wicklor had tho giastlcugas one day recently, and came near going over tho bay. Artie Carlisle. Ed Goetseh, Josio Felling, and Lena Nylon left for Bradgate Tuesday as delegates to represent tho Whittomore I. Q. G. T. ut tlie convention held there October 25. There is another wedding on our book, or in other words we have been advised that it is to happen. Guess who it is. Baldness Is I guarantee to stop hair falling out. I guarantee to grow hair on bald heads. I can show many cases of complete success under my treatment. No excuse for doubt. Come and see for yourself. G. E. WILMAMS. Under Algona State Bank. • ALGONA, IOWA. .v JEWEL STOVES Are the outcome of 30 [ years' experience inj designing, construct*! ing and testing of j stoves. In them are \ combined all the best! devices known to thej stove maker. .Thejrarej "built upon right lines j to give the greatest! 1 tlie right material to give the longest service at tlie I | least cost for repairs. They are of the latest patterns, i 1 finished in the handsomest manner. Ask to see them \ 1 at the dealers. The Trade Mark will identify the genuine* \ fllUUIllllllllllllUinuilllIUIIUliUUUIIUUUUItllUIUIliUUUIlUUilllUUIlllllllIHIlllllUHIIllUllUIUUUUUUUltUlU^ \V. H. 1NOHAM, Pros. J. B. JONES, Vice-Prcs. LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier. KOSSUTH (BOUNTY STATE BANK. CAPITAL), Deposits received. ALGONA, IOWA. •'•;' - $50,000.00. Money loaned, foreign and domestic Exchange bought and sold. . , „ _ a Collections made promptly and a general banking business transacted DIRECTORS—W. H. Ingltam, J. G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Cli W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. nirischllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. AMBKOSE A. CALL, Pves. D. H. AUTCHINS. V-Pres. 0. D. SMITH, Ass't Cashier. WM.'K. FERGUSON, Cashinr FIRST N/cTIO^AL B/cNK, CAPITAL,, ALGONA, IOWA. $50,000.00. ttention Paid to Collections...^} Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties who can furnish first class security. DIBECTOHS.-D. H. Hutchins, S. A. Ferguson, Phil. Dorweilor, \V. F. Carter, Ambrose A Call, R. H. Spencer, Wm. K, Ferguson. WORK Ypu Want A steady paying job with largest house in the west, 20 years established. With our facilities we can make a good salesman in two weeks from raw material. Nursery stock that Is warranted to grow. 25 best varieties seed potatoes in theiworld, etc. If you want money write stating age. L. L. MAY & CO., » St. Paul, Minn. Nurserymen, Florists and Seodmen. (This house is responsible.) AND KIDNEY no Poison. Reid's German Pi"s cure Constipation and Malaria. Sylvan Cum purifies the breath. SOLD BY L. A. SHEBTZ. LUYERNE ITEMS. Mrs. I. H. Benedict left on the south bound passenger Friday evening for Fort Dcdge, at which place Mr. B. is receiving medical aid. Mrs.'F. H. Patton was a Llyerrnore visitor Friday. Mrs. Stafford Godfrey and daughter Stella, of Livermore, were renewing old acquaintances in LuVerne last week. The Presbyterian ladies have post- ioned their supper which was to be Priday evening, to a week from Friday, the 2nd of November. It will be a box social and everybody is expected to bring a box well filled. J. T. Smith, an old resident of Humboldt county, died Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock of heart disease, while at his nephew's, Leroy Barton's, helping dehorn cattle. He had a severe pain in his side and stopped work and sat down, and in a few minutes someone noticed he was dying. The doctor was immediately sent for but he was dead before the doctor arrived. Mr. Smith had many friends and to our knowledge not an enemy. He leaves a wife and large family to mourn his death. His son John and sister Mary who reside in Illinois, were Immediately .telegraphed for. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon at two o'clock. I A BIG DRIVE | <^~ : ' .JJSf ^^ ^^^— ' • - S, «tfP % Ladies' I and. % Children's For 25 Cents. Casli Capital - $5O,OOO.OO. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. A. D. CLAUKB. PIMSS'T, C. O. Ontrun, v. PRES'T, T. H. LiAKxnv. OASHIEU, GEO. L. GALBKAITH, ; W. 0. TYBBELI/. MYKON SCHBKCK. THOS. F. COOKE. Algona, IOWA. ' GENERAL BANKING. Private Safety Deposit Vaults. A. N. DRAKE, President. WM. WIEMER, Vice Pres. Capital. FKANK WIEMER, Cashier. $85,000.00. E. G. RICH, . Asst. Cashier. ^"Interest Paid on Time Deposits. DIEEOTOHS-A. N. Drake, H. A. Miller, J. C. Cook. Wm. Wiemcr, Gco. H. Wlsner, 0.' B Albrook, J. D. Nowcomber. W. H. Woods, K. B. Ballard. connection with the banking we do a "Real Estate business. Have improved land for sale or rent. Farm loans made at Lowest Rates. 1 wild and LEDYAKD, IOWA. 1 G. L Galbraith & Co., ^ ALGONA, IOWA. PATTERSON & SARCHETT, : (Successors to Patterson Bros.) The women who have to go away to spend the summer bring home presents for everybody except their husbands. Cannelburg Cannel Goal for sale at the Northwestern elevator. The best kind of coal for grates, bakeries, house furnaces, etc. C. L-. LTJND. Time Notice. ain Grocery. We have a large and first class stock of groceries that we will sell as cheap as the cheapest, and will spare no pains to please our customers. We solicit a share of the public patronage and invite our friends • to call and see us and give us a trial. Wo guarantee satisfaction. PATTERSON. & SAECHETT, , ALGONA, IOWA. We would call attention to the fact that we are located here permanently) for the manufacture and sale of cemetery work In Marble. Granite, and Stone, We now have and intend to. keep in stock a fair line of finished Monuments, Headstones, etc., and will .guarantee all work to bo equal to the pest. We are the by fair and honorable dealing:, we are worthy your pafronago. COMPANY, AfcOONA, Bast State' g*. IOWA, To Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified that I have this day given my son, Otto, his time and fully emancipate him from my control. That I make no claim for his future earn Ings and shall In no manner be liable for any debts contracted by him. JULIUS EIBTAU. Dated, Lu Verne. Iowa, October 13th, J61U. Notice to Builders. .Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the undersigned until 1 o'clock p. m. Saturday, Nov. 8, 1804, for the erection of a school house near the south-east corner of Section 14, in Lotts Creek township, ISpeci- floations can be seen at tho Auditor's office in Algona. The board reserve the right to reject any bid, N. 0, TAYL,OB, Lotts Greek P. 0. Seo'y of the Board. SUCCESSOR TO O'NEILL & GETTY. F. S. NORTOjM, I wish to say to the public that I handle the best Sewing Machines and Organs that are made, and I desire to show my goods to all per- so.hs who contemplate purchasing such. The WHEELER & WILSON No. NINE and the HOUSEHOLD SEWING MACHINES cannot.be excelled, and I will hot 'be undersold. Store room on Call street. LoOUlS bESSINQ. ALGONA, IOWA.1 TO OUST - Improved - Farms. Notice to Yoters. At tho regular September 1804 session of the Board of Supervisors, it was (decided to submit the following propositions to a rote oC the people at the next general election to bo lield on tho 8th day of November, 1804, to-wlt; "Shall the number of members of the Board of Supervisors be Increased to seven (7)?'' , "Shall the county he divided into, supervisor districts?" , "Shall the sum of seven thousand (7,000) dol» lays be raised by 9peojal tftjf to bulla a Jail in flfonoand Ll 1UJUJLU MllHlcLlVk)« lllllVk And all Kinds of Building Material. « F. S. NORTON. Foundry and Machine Shop MULLIOA & BUSH, Props, We do repairing of al} kiai3s» - Iron 1 , an'^.'bi'aas-castJn'g and boiler work done on short notice, ''Pipe and-plpo flttipgs and brass£opds of all .kinds In 9 of louse, — .-r-i -r — -- •T-u ^ ^ " T- -> T-T -"= i ~'*'T r >•. * *• 1 a stock. We are bare to'etay. Shop east of ' " orders proropvJy attended,. , MULLIOA & BUSH, Algona, Iowa , Tflters of ''said county .who •or of thp foreifojngproposjtipn ots itaying written or print- And to Reduce my Stock some I will sell at - - . - - > Away Down Prices On Everything 1 in S - /* Come early and get the first chance of all the Bargains. >vu ' ^ J, R, J. J. COKDINGLEY, Proprietor of ALCBOJMA JVIEAT JVIARKEJJ Ea?t State Street, -. Tl^e B'es^ Fr§s'lj ajid Salt Meats tjmt the Market Cagh'paid for,Hi4es, JfiLii', an4"TftUow, @EO. 'S JSEW '*$$*

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