The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1894 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 10, 1894
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DfflS M01NJM; AMOtfA, IOWA. WBPNE8PAY, OCTOBER 80,18B4. THE cut CIRCUIT teeting tonight. , inains aw going la democrats tneefc todftjrte haifce & ttottf ticket. l&icken pie supper &t Congfegatiotial di L. Ltiftd raised 1,000 bushels of potatoes this Jreat on bis farm. ' ttev. 'Bagneil took his household g dads to Emmetsburg today. !t?he gossuth County State bank state- tftft&t ih this issue shows a healthy 'ete.. ar- World" comes tomorrow night. " Tfae find of the World" comes Oct. 24, See b6th, - , , > The Northern Iowa Normal and Cotamerdial school opens its first win> ter term Nov. 13. fi. Wright .brought Up 81 bushels of , loose oats in a double wagon box. Who can beat that? B. W. llaggard has been very low the past week with typhoid fever. He is slowly getting better. C. E. Wood of Corwith is nominated for county attorney in Hancock. He is a good man for the place, About $60 was raised in Fcnton one day for the Cal. Barrick family. Mrs. Barrick remains paralyzed. If you wish to read the daily step in,,to the reading room and you will have free access to the Chicago Tribune. Ed. Donovan found a single door panel a mile and a half north of the *track of the storm. It was from a School house. :••' -.'•'••' f.,, Bishop Perry preached at tho :Epis- .copalian church yesterday morning .at 10:30 o'clock. He is just home from a European trip. August Sterzbach's hand is getting much better, and he thinks he will be able to get the new orchestra started •the last of this month. The Union township school board met and decided to rebuild their houses at once, and practically decided to put them in the same places. Ed. Birch er's Bellton won second money at Eminetsburg. A pacer over there beat him for first in slow time. Bellton did not work well. "" 'j. B. Winkel will give a dozen second-hand but good sewing machines to storm sufferers. Those who will call for them can have them and welcome, at reporter, is fledged as a a successful "A reception and dancing party Clarke's hall is to be given Saturday by the young people of North Thorington street. It promises to be a most enjoyable affair. = , E. P. McElroy will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday, during tlie absence of the pastor at Goldfield. JRev. Stevens goes to attend a meeting of the Baptist association. Union township will have a new voting place this fall on account of the storm. The regular school house was blown away, and the ballots will be cast at the C. C. Hall place on Sec. 16. Dr. Pride has moved into his new home, which is one of the pleasantest in Algona. The interior is all in oak and is arranged as tastily and as conveniently as any we know of in Algona. 'We see that "Gloriana" is to be in Des Moines again this winter. Manager. Haggard should secure it again just to give the public a fair chance at it. How would a second opening night be? ... Among a lot of new lawyers made l&st week by the supreme court David 'Grler, our former court tfbted. David is now full JJJ&ckstonian and will be lawyer. . •' -33.9. H. Dougherty, who is so well known in Algona, is taking a course in the Highland Park school . at Des .Moines, and has organized a company of national guards there of which he is captain. ''it is a fine thing to have access to the. popular magazines. If you do not have them in your home, spend an hour occasionally in the reading room, •where everyone is invited to make himself at home. The Monitor says , that Chet, Stowe, who left Burt some years ago to locate jp. Nebraska, has sold out his farm and •will go to Missouri. He will be back in Kossuth when he has tried enough foreign parts. Next week at Des Moines H, J.'_ Wilson and John Georgeson shoot for the Iowa state championship, Georgeson holds it and Harry will try to get it. Harry is getting to he one of the fine jnarksmen of the country, A new comer named Burt, who lives southwest of Whittemore, was in Algona yesterday trying to get track of a l£year'0ld adopted girl who had run away, No trace of her has been found here. i Alex, Younie reported yesterday that Josi Dorweiler, son of Philip Dorweiler, was very low with typhoid l^vep, Tbe doctors had advised him to ftx: up his business affairs and prepare fpr tfre worst. 1 Rey, JCennedy is already located iu , Algopa and preached bis first sermon Sunday. He is one of the most highly educated and cultivated speakers in 8 Conference, and his work will be for him aad for the eburcb. Tomorrow evening Algona theatre •goers will bave "Tbe Wortd." It is laid to be » clever performance, the Mason City people sending for it a Wwe. It comes very bigbly pjf, ftsd will be m enjoyable en- yef had hla t T)efo«s who let hiM of! . with |5 atid costs. M6y€r hfts stted Bahtfl ' how for $99 dftmttges and that id set fof hearing before Mr. Tftylot tomorrow. Prairie had beeft quite peaceable for along time tmtil now. 3. 3. Wilkinson has ttovedfais family into the Jobn Grove house and is again full-fledged AlgoniaB. John attd Mf s, Grove have already gone into their new home, although it is not yet entirely ready for them* They will have a handsome home. An excellent job has been done at the Thorington street drossing Over the Milwaukee track. Tbe traveler can see farther along tbe track in approaching from either side* and the heavy pull fight at the track baa been reduced by proper grading. C. W. Budd stayed in Alffdna over Sunday with John G. Smith, and went Monday with C. W. Grimm to Sioux City for the big shooting matches of the inter-state fair. Next Monday and Tuesday he shoots a championship match with Dr. Carver at Des Moines. Surveyor Tellier has figured out that as now fixed there have been 3,600 yards of dirt moved on the new Park avenue road, and the cost for the work has been $325. The road is substantially as planned, but could be widened near the railway track with advantage. While driving a colt yesterday morning down Thorington street S. C. Spear had a lively runaway, and comes out with a bruised foot. The colt took fright at the restaurant sign on Thorington, and in turning threw Mr. Spear, He was badly shaken up but not seriously injured. • The spectacular show, "The World," tomorrow evening will introduce some of the finest scenery ever shown in Algona. A sinking. ship, raft in mid- ocean, rescue, garden in Italy, lunatic asylum, etc., all special scenes, make up a continuous surprise. There are 20 people in the company, and their production cost $10,000 to put on the stage. The doctors met yesterday at the Thorington, and had dinner there. Supt. Beed was present and made a speech which got him an invitation to dine. The next meeting comes in January, and the supervisors will be invited to attend and hear a discussion of the poor fee question. The doctors are pretty good looking men when they are together. Mayor Call has bought what is known as the Hawes building and lot on State street of O. Minkler, the price being we are informed $3,000. It is a very desirable location and a row of brick fronts between the Chrischilles and Robinson stores would be a big addition, that will, come probably in the near future. The other owners there are Theo. Chrischilles, H. E. Rist, and Peter Purvis. It is likely that J. B. Hofius will be the democratic candidate for auditor today if he will accept. Mr. Hedges of Seneca is talked of for supervisor. Heui'y Simpkins is slated for a nomination. A leading democrat when asked if the populists would endorse their county ticket replied, "You bet they will or we will drop their candidates for judge and congressman." The populists meet Friday. Prof. Dixson's school report for September shows the schools in a pretty good light. The total enrollment was 522, the average belonging 485, the number neither absent nor tardy 259. There were 414 days of lost attendance, an average nearly a day to each pupil, 31 pupils were tardy and two teachers. The new teachei's are doing excellent work and the schools were never better. "Hafty, you ha¥e taken the largest peach. You should remember that Dod« die is the eldest." "That's not lay fattlt "«-Jttdy« "I say, McCarty, an is this slot flroppin a penny in?" "Yer off. It's fur droppin a oent-a- board. D'ye moind that? 1 '—Texas Sift- Ings. Not a Success. L The Radiant Home. When in Heed of a hard coal base burner, give the' Radiant Home a trial, We are willing to put this stove up in your house on two or four weeks' trial, and if the stove does not give satisfaction we will take it back Without expense to you,' This stove is guaranteed for ten years, and we know it will burn less fuel than any other stove made, For soft coal The "Riverside Oaft" Takes the lead. It will keep fire for 24 hours because is is perfectly air tight. It is guaranteed and will outwear any other stove made. Call and see the BURNS STEEL RANGES before you buy. gglfWe have some bargains in second-hand stoves. Call and see what we have ; we will save you money. H. J. WINKIE. NOTICE TO VOTERS. At the regular September. 1894. sessioft of the board of supervisors of Kossutn county it was decided to submit the following prop tions to a vote of the people at the next i etal election, to be held on the 6th day of veniber, 1894, to-wit; '' Shall the number of members of the board of supervisors be increased to sevenf" " Sliall the county be divided into Supervisor di&trictsf" " Shall the sum of Sevefi Thousand Dollars be raised by a special tat to build a jail in and for said county?" That a tax of one and one- half mills on the dollar shall be levied upon the taxable property of said county for 1895 for said purpose. Aii the legal voters of Said county who shall be in favof of the foregoing propositions shall deposit ballots having written or printed, thereon the following words, to-wlt: " For increase of supervisors." " For supervisor districts." " For la.fl tax." And all legal voters who shall be opposed to said propositions shall deposit ballots having- written or printed thereon the following words- to. wit: " Against increase of supervisors." " Against supervisor districts." " Against Jail tax." Witness iny hand this 4th day of October, 1894.—20t4 C. M. DOXSKE, Auditor. s Store "He would make a good looking pointer if Ms tail was only straight." At Irvington, Iowa, for bargains in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Drugs, Patent Medicines. We handle the Best Minnesota Flour at the lowest prices. NOTICE IN PROBATE. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OE 1 Henry Hausermann, deceased—In probate. To the unknown heirs of Henry Hausermann, late of Kossuth cotinty, deceased: You and each of you are hereby notified that a petition of C. B. Hutchins, administrator of the estate of said Henry Hausermann, deceased, has been filed In the office of the clerk of the district court in and for Kossuth county, Iowa, asking for an order of said court authorizing him to sell the following described real estate: ' The northwest quarter of the northwest quar-, ter of Section Twenty-two, in Township Ninety-five north, of Kange Twenty-nine west;, Lot Thirteen of the fisher estate, in Section Fourteen, Township Ninety-five, Range Twen- tytnine, for the purpose of paying the debts of said deceased. You will therefore appear on the second dav of said court, to be begun and held at Algona, Iowa, on the 10th day of December, 1804, then and there to show cause, if any, why said sale should not be ordered as prayed. • C. B. HUTCHINS, utr 2Ut2 Administrator. and eggs taken in exchange. A special cut in Boots and Shoes. J. B. & C. J. BUTTON. 1, $, 4p»er* £eeig$ to , „ • ----' J . brick on, »H fleiy atom The Dewey Hayvvood Concert company, which gave such excellent satisfaction a year ago in Algona, will be at the Congregational church Saturday evening of this week, under the auspices of the Y. P. S. C. E. They have the same violinist, reader, and cornet- ist they had before, but a new pianist and soprano singer. The latter is Miss Marie McKeezie, who is highly praised by leading city critics. It is a fine musical company and will give an enjoyable entertainment. Next Monday and Tuesday the Algona rifle range will ring and whistle with bullets fired by the experts of the Fourth regiment. Shooters will be here from the companies at Mason City, Webster City, Fort Dodge, and Emmetsburg, Probably from five to ten men will come from each company and a fine rifle contest will result. Capt. Haggard and Company F will receive them in true military style in a manner becoming their rank, The relief corps want to close up their work for the storm sufferers this week. Everybody who can give anything or who is willing to work should attend to it at once. Stoves, dishes, bedsteads, everything of that kind can be used, besides clothing, etc., as many have lost all they had. The ladies have .devoted lots of time to this work, and want everybody to be active in doing what they feel able to, All our readers should see if they can do something and respond at once. M. W, Ferguson seems likely to lose bis tornado insurance through one of the fine print clauses in his policy. In that it provides that changing a mortgage OQ the property or giving a new one must be made known to the company or the policy is void, He did pot notice this and made a change in the mortgage, The adjuster was x\p last week and besides refusing to pay was very impudent about the whole matter. He thought the. company might allow something but was not certain of that. The insurance abuse is about the worst now permitted in Iowa, Now I am Moved and comfortably settled at my new stand on State street, and am better than ever prepared to meet the wants of those who contemplate buying anything in the line of NOTICE TO OCCUPYING CLAIMANT. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss.—W. A. Chipman. Martin Jordan, Alvln H. Dwinnell, and to all whom it inuy concern: The commissioner appointed to view a highway petitioned for by VV. A. Chipmim and others has reported In favor of Its location as follows: Commencing at a point'13.71 chains east of the north quarter-post of Sec. 30, Twp. 97, Range 28, and running thence east on section line to the highway as now laid on section line on north line of said Sec. 36; also in favor of the vacation of the following: Commencing at a point 13.71 chains east of the north quarter-post of Sec. 36, Twp. 97, Barige 28, and running thence north 58°, east 2 62-100 chains, south 86°, east 6 2-100 chains, south 450 east 1 41-100 chataB to the highway as located on said Sec. HO; and all objections thereto or claims for damages must be filed In the county auditor's office on or before noon of the 1st day of December, A. D. 1894, or such highway will be established and vacated without reference thereto. Witness my hand and seal this 1st day. of October, 1804. ' C. M. DOXSBB, 2814 County Auditor. I now have lots of room to show goods and lots of goods for your inspection, which I cordially invite. Anything not in stock will be ordered promptly. Come in. T. 0. J. J. KYAN [Successors to C. L. Lund— Established 1880.] REAL ESTATE DEALERS •Life. A Horse Knows the Difference between good and bad wagon grease. We wish to announce to the readers of THE UPPER DBS Monras that we have extraordln- arv facilities for the selling of farms and unimproved lands in northern Iowa, and we invite alfwho wish to dispose of Iheir property to call on us at our office In Algona, or to correspond with us. tS-As soon as spring opens we have a large number of customers from the eastern - w u. states whoare ready to come out and secure a piece of Iowa soil at reasonable rates. We be- lieveinl :ali • dealing, and If you want to sell your property don't waste anjMtime in listing It with us. Yours respectfully, _ LUND .& KYAN. , The Northern Iowa Exchange. i IT COSTS YOU NOTHINQ EXTRA. TO BUT YOVK , GOAL A.ND IOE FKOif'US. If you wish to buy, sell, or rent houses or lots; if you wish to buy or sell a load of hay, wood grain, etc.; it you wish for employment or desire to employ, call and see us. We write all kinds of Insurance. O-BO. M, B-AJXjB'g. State Bank block. TAX SALE NOTICE. To James Cailananr You are hereby notified that at a regular tax sale held in and for. the county of Kossuth. Iowa, on thu 3d day of December, 1880, the following described real estate, situated in said county, to-wit: The undivided one-twenty-fifth of the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of Section Twenty-one in Township One Hundred, north or Range Thirty, west or the 5th P. M.—was sold for the taxes then due and delinquent thereon to R. J. Danson; that the certificate of said purchase has been assigned to and is now owned nnd held by the Farmers' Loan & Trust company of Iowa City, Iowa, and that the riirht of redemption will expire and a deed for said Innd be made unless redemption from such sale be m'ade within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. FAHMERS' LOAN & TBUST COMPANY. By M. J. Sweeley, Its Attorney. 28t3 SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a special flfa execution to me directed by the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, against the goods, chattels, lands, tenements, etc., of ~Wm. Kortie and Eliza Kortie, defendants, in favor of John Paul Lumber Co., plaintiff, I will offer at public sale to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the door of the court house, in the town of Algona, county of Kossuth, Iowa, on the 13th day of October, 1804, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. on said day, all of said Wm. Kortie and Eliza Kortie's right, title, and Interest in and to the following described real estate, situated in Kossuth county, to-wlt: Lot No. Three in Block No. Three in Whittemore, Iowa. • Sale to commence at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day. .' • . Witness my hand this llth day of September, 1804. ' 0. C. SAMSON, 28t2 Sheriff Kpssuth County, Iowa. Bradley & Nicoulin] are now prepared to do all kinds of Repairing Wagons, Buggies, AND- •will save your horse, save you* wagon and save your money. It's the slickest grease you ever 68W. Try it. Sold by all dealers, WadUam'sOU ana GreaseCo, MILWAUKEE, Farm Machinery. Also do Painting and operate a general repair shop. AT THE OLD STANP, ALGONA. State: University O3F 1 IQ' 1 W*i&.» Begin Do you want reliable abstracts! We make them promptly and at moderate prices, Js yovu title to your land perfect? is always well tp know about this. A small cloud on your title might cause somebody a deal of trouble, Setter it Jonas & Smith, Several the Jew Hovpegi for Sale. I offer for sale cm reasonable one e, bsth well teeatefl in Algona, O.M, For particular inf. ive flepar teuents. addss as follows : ~ "- -"- pr»a.t}oa as tp the Aspect- d^s arra 7 m to refit 69 wi«i McGre 4?JSSPi two riCPlMi I will sell you better FLOUI^ and other mill products for less money than you can buy elsewhere, or no money. Evjery sack warranted and delivered, J. J. WILSON. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and has qualified as administrator of the estate of Robert Stephenson, late of Kossuth county, deceased. All persons Indebted to said {estate are requested to make Immediate payment to thei undersigned; and those having claims against said estate will file them with the clerk of the district court, as provided by law.duly authenticated, for allowance, G, B, BOYLE. Administrator of said Estate. September 20,1804, ' 38t3 TO THE PUBLIC. I desire to say to the people of this section jhat I ant better than ever, prepared to meet ;fceir wants to the line of Painting, Paper Hanging, etc., and feel free to say that I can guarantee nay work to be first class. I mix my own paint and people can know just whut they get, It may be well to add that I wasnotresponsl- ble for the inferior work done last season by the arm with which J was unfortunately con- aeoted for a short time; circumstances which C could not control caused some poor work to be dpne, but I promise my patrons that it shall not occur again. I am the " boss" now, and you may rely on what I tell you. Give me a. trial and you will be satisfied. JAS, A. Orvr\> NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the undersigned at his residence in Springfield township, for the erection of a school house on Section 26, Township 100, Eange 88, until Oct. 18, 1894. Plans and specifications can be seen at Fred. Smith's In Springfield. W. J. BURTON, 26tf President of School Board, TIME NOTICE. We have this day given our son, Craig C. Calkins, his time, and nereafter we will claim none of his earnings nor pay any debts contracted by him. C, F, OALKINS. Oct. 6,1894.-20t3 F. L. CALKINS, STATEMENT OF M ON ESTATE, KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK At close of Business, Sept, 20, 1804, made to the auditor of state, as provided by law. HOXIE & BRUNSON. WATER OR NO PAY, SOOTT DAILEY, ASSETS. Loan and discounts. Good 8102,08861 Doubtful... 64000 Past due 6,485 00 Cash on band and cash items Deposits with solvent banks subject to be drawn at eight Overdrafts...;. Real estate Personal property... Total LIABILITIES. Capital paid in , I 50,0,00 00 Deposits,..,,, ,,,.. » .... Ill 287 6.9 UnWftea prpflts after deducting ***'*"*' ** all expenses., ,7 0,80473. $103,638 61 13,303 48 30,877 83 83831 10,665 07 "9,7*9 §8 WM. H. INGHAM, President. JOS. W. WADSWOBTft *

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