The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1894 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1865, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1804 Now Look at This. ^^_^_ H ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ HHBBMMMMBMN ^^ M ^ H ^ MIIM i ( ^ And see if you don't want One of these bargains •. ^. A package of cleaned currants for .05 One pound Japan Tea for 20 One pound Tea Dust for 10 One-fourth pound can Spice for . .071 Choice Maple Sugar, per pound . .10 Worcestershire sauce, per bottle,. .09 One Ib. can Van Houten's Cocoa, . .75 These bargains—^^ For one week only at the Opera House Grocery. Summer Goods ... Reduced in Price at GALBRAITH'S, Ohallies, per yard, * Summer Silk, per yard, Swivel Silk, per-yard, Serpentine Crape, per yard, - 04o 28c 50c SOc Ladies,'misses,'and children's undervests, 50 each; Ladies' and misses'capes and jackets at half price; Ladies' button shoes, patent leather tips, $1.50. We will give some good bargains in lace curtains, carpets, etc. ; . L. GALBBA1TB & CO. LOST Money, Time, Ease, and Comfort, By not buying your Boots and Shoes and Rubbers at the BROWNELL & ALLRED Gash Shoe House. Largest Stock in the City. The Lowest Cash Prices.' Algona, Iowa, I Have Got to Move, » 7 and in order to reduce stock will sell at AWAY DOWN prices. Please come early and avoid the rush, and also get first choice. Remember— THIS IS NO HOAX- and iecludes everything from a baby chair to a bedroom or parlor suit. it When looking- 1 For a cook stove or range, I handle the— Garland. Also H&atfc & MiUigaa Faints, Iroa a»4 WQQ& Pumps, ; J?l§as§ call and get prte and look my stock over, UGLY now MEWED, John H, Ward of Wesley Fitted 3SO and Costs fot Giving Wife No, One & Black Eye, The Plumtey Wilt Case Presents Some Added Features—John Schalleen in a fead Mess. A new chapter was added .Monday to one of the most unpleasant domestic broils that has ever been aired in the Kossuth county courts. John H. Ward of Wesley was fined $50 and costs by 'Squire Taylor on the charge of assault and battery on his former wife* The incidents leading up to this latest disturbance were the marriage of the pair some years ago, the birth of four children, and an inability or unwillingness to get along together. A divorce suit was brought by Mrs. Ward in which she charged him with cruel and inhuman treatment, and after un agreement had been made by which he was to keep the children he put in no defense and the decree was granted. Shortly after Mrs. Ward brought a second suit to secure possession of the children, charging that they were not receiving proper care and did not want to remain with their father. In this suit he made defense and made public evidence which, if true, showed Mrs. Ward a scandalously improper person to have children in charge. Her evidence showed that the children were not getting the treatment they should have, and would prefer to live with their mother, but Judge Carr in summing up the case made the moat scathing comment on the conduct of both parents ever heard in court in Algona, and left the case exactly as it was until further evidence of Mrs. Ward's character could be introduced. The case has stood thus until last Thursday Mrs. Ward and her sister came from Shell Rock, where they stop, to see the children, as the original decree had provided for. They found the family at supper, but Mrs. Ward's story is that he sent the children off to do chores and keep away. She followed one to a well where the cattle were being watered. Here she and Mr. Ward had some words and he struck her in the eye and kicked her in the abdomen. His story is that she struck at him and he picked up a little tuft of grass and dirt and threw it at her, and that it may have hit her eye. Mrs. Ward's sister corroborated her story, and the present wife of Mr. Ward sustained his version. 'Squire Raymond prosecuted, while Sullivan & McMahon. and A. C. Ripley defended, the judgment being a fine of $50 and costs, in all $68.50. Mrs. Ward upon being injured came to Algona Thursday and swore out a warrant. She was badly hurt and has been at Hall's hotel since. Her eye is badly bruised and the doctors testified to finding bruises on her body. SUED FOB $3,000. _ In addition to the criminal prosecution Clarke & Cohenour have already brought suit for Mrs. Ward for $3,000 damages against Mr. Ward for the injuries she has sustained. The case will come on at the fall term. VOL. XX1X-NO. 14 New Features of tlie IMumloy Case. A new phase of the much-contested Plumley will matter has been developed by the filing of claims against the estate for services by the Nebergalls. Mrs, Dickinson asks for $1,000, the claim reading, "For services personally rendered in boarding, nursing, and caring for S. I. Plumley and caring for his room from September, 1892, until his death in August, 1893, and in caring for him in his last illness." Hort. Nebergall asks for $700 for boarding, lodging, and personal services, and Roe Nebergall for $100 for personal services, the total being $1,800. These claims are independent of the provisions of the will. E. H. Clarke, who is administrator, has refused to allow them, and they will be contested in court. The decision of the motion for a new trial in the will case has not yet been rendered. Judge Carr comes to hold his adjourned term July 16 and will probably give it then. The WblUemore Burglars. Two men, supposed to be the ones who broke into J. M, Farley's store last week, were arrested at LuVerne yesterday and bound over by Justice R. W. Hanna to the grand jury, and are now in jail here. They give the names of Frank Jefferson and Thos, Ueren, They are undoubtedly the ones wanted, as many of the stolen articles were found where they had been seen to hide them, and were identified by Mr. Farley. They have offered to plead guilty on condition that their sentence will not be more than a year, and an effort is being made to secure there a hearing at the adjourned, aes' sion of court, July 16, John SbsWeen's Troubles. John Shalleen owned the Alderman billiard ball only about three days, but that was long enough for him to get into a peck of trouble. During those daysi he dispensed a health drink without having any government license for selling alcohol, and the United States marshal nabbed him }aet week and took him to Fort Dodge and be is bound over to weet the gr§nd jury J n fo$ fc}l. DANPY dressing fop removing stains from russet and brown shoes, alap the WghtPing dye fop bi&ckjn.g §U kiftds Of Iigjt-00l0re,d sboea^ea bottle—just received at t within two hundred iniles o! sell* - Jtation.—Ht4 For the annual encampment of Sons of Veterans, U. S. A., to be held at Davenport, fowa, Aug. 20 to 24, excursion tickets will be sold by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway at fare and one4hird for the round trip.—lltll StOfctES OFJABlit TIMES, The Old Settlers Gather to Tell Over Some Pioneer Experiences. The old settlers' meeting Thursday was not big in attendance, but those who were out made up ia enthusiasm what they lacked in numbers. About fifty were present and some of the most amusing of pioneer stories were told and an old-time basket dinner was the order of the day. On account of the rain the meeting was held in the court room instead of in the grove, as at first planned. The election of -officers for the ensuing year resulted in the choice ef L. Witham, president; E. Blackford, secretary; and John Reed, treasurer; victi presidents, Jos. Thompson, J. E. Blackford, Mrs. I. G. Schryver, Mrs. Stella Reed, Mrs. Lewis H. Smith. The next meeting will be held in September instead of June. The rule of membership was changed and hereafter only those who came to the county prior to 1874 will be considered early settlers. As committee on the dead of the past year J. E. Blackford read the following report, which was adopted by a rising vote, Mr. Blackford being continued for another year: Mr. President: I was appointed at the last meeting to bring to the notice of the association the names of those who should pass over the river of death during the year. Would beg leave to report the adoption of the following preamble and resolutions: Whereas, It has pleased an all wise providence to remove from among us the following esteemed members, viz: Mrs. E. A. Taylor, Miss Emma Zahlton, Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson and Messrs. U. J. Hunt, J. D. Davison, and William Johnson. The list embraces the very aged and the comparatively young, and we recognize them all as those who have ably assisted in the material and moral development of our county and as those who are sadly missoj. We miss them as neighbors, friends, and associates. They are missed in the church and Sabbath school/missed in business and social circles, missed by the veterans of the war, missed by the lovers of music, and missed by those interested in education. And how much more are they missed by the fathers, mothers, husbands, wives, and the bereaved children ia the homes they have left desolate. Therefore, Resulved. That we tender to the families and immediate friends of the deceased our heartfelt sympathy in their bereavment. Resolved, That a memorial page of our record be devoted to each of these departed neighbors, that their memory may be kept sacred for all time. Extrava May lie in paying too much for a thing or in paying too little. If you buy groceries for less than we ask, you'll not get as good quality— that's poor economy. If you pay more you pay too much, because we sell the best there are. Grocers/ Langdon &> Hudson. Farm for Sale or Rent. I will receive bids for my 80-aore farm, in Sec. 20, Fenton township, with all improvements, until July 20, 1894. The farm will then be sold if the highest bid is satisfactory; if not, then I will lease it, and those desiring to rent should also be ou hand at that time. The farm contains 80 acres, 25 acres under cultivation, the balance fenced in five pastures. Barn, 38x44; granary, 12x28; good wind mill, well, and all needed out-buildings. Long time will be given the purchaser if desired. HENRY BRASS. May 10—JuneSO-87—July* -If you find yourself in need of New Carpets, Curtains, P or tiers, and Draperies, Rugs, Mats, Carpet Sweepers, Curtain Poles, etc., REMEMBER- The Gran Millinery. Latest Styles. Finest Stock. tijfeju Are now prepared to show customers and Intending purchasers one of the finest and most varied stocks of millinery goods to be seen in this section. It has been selected with special ref erence to the wants of this community, and we have no hesitancy in say- that we can satisfy the most fastidious as to price or quality, The LATEST IN TBIMMING constitutes an especial feature of our business. We are prepared to fill all orders promptly. We want your patronage, Come and look at our goods. Offers you the largest assortment, the best goods, and the lowest prices. Has opened ft blacksmith shop at the old Pe- General Blacksmitbing Water or No Pay, We have anew well tUaUs. made, ivn4 section. Owloog THi Center of Attraction Studley's Pharmacy Everybody Goes There! NEW STORE. Do you want to be happy? Do you want to sleep well? Do you want to live to a good old age? Then Boy Your Groceries at the New Store. James Patterson,

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