The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 12, 1894 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 12, 1894
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For Colds and ^^i^^'^^^^^ ^JT^ - ^?"-f ^ *> > • } "H'^v'' : .^'V'^^^^ V v" ;:: "''' :rV ''' Jl ' •V""!* r: '' > • '"' ~7' 5 '^"' "''-•' '" '..-;' ' j , v ' " ., IOWA, nin'iiHimiiiiniiii ^"-timr PEOEMBBfl 12. 18M. ^- ..... —- . ..... .. ..... ' ....... .. COT etefilflg. Kossuth Coonty State Bank XO-W.A.. OAHTAL .............................. $50,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. A^!l? t)0 « lt8 ^S 81 * 8 ^ money loaned, foreign and domestic exotmago bought and sold. Oollec lions made promptly, and a general banking business toansacW. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM.H, INGHAS1 ................... President J,B. JONES .................... Vice 1'rosldent LEWIS H, SMITH ...................... Oashier Directors— Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, wV.Su, 69 ' Tf v c fe rlBCh Fes, Lewis H. Smith, J W. wadsworth, Barnet Devlne. •relief eotps ifleets to have a piano ih Jfeftef — v »v^.» eoiftesaweek fmtti He* Tuesday. the adjouctied tax sate wil! be helc nefct Monday. Dr. Mot-se is to occupy the office in Ihe ne» Giltaore building. A. Sundstrom of Bancroft is attending a big shoot ab Davenport. Sheriff Samson went td Webster City last night to subpoena witnesses. Judge Quarters first term of court ih Algona will open March 4,1895. The Grange give an oyster supper at Mrs. Bamsey's tomorrow evening The First National Bank OS 1 •AJjQOasT./L, XO-WT.A.. CAPITAL 850,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL President D. H. HDTOHINS Vice President WM. K. FERGUSON Cashier 0. D. SMITH Asst. Cahhicr _J>irectors-D. H. Hutchins, S. A. Ferguson, •Sn I fc D SPB lltoP ' W V/' Cai ' ter ' Ambroie A Call, R. H. Spencer, Win. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. A.LQONA., IOWA.. Officers and Director*— A. D. Clarke, President, C. O. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Oashier, Geo. I« Galbralth, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Cooke. General Banking, PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. , ^"Interest paid on time deposits. PROFESSIONAL. •^^-^fc^^^-^^^XV^^^^^^S^-^^,^. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security. Over Ohrlschllles'store. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office In Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & MeMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxie-Fermison bl jck, GEO. R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B, Quarton,] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ALGONA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth County State Bank. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., ^JPHYQICIAff AND BVRQEON, Office. State St., one door east of Cordincley. • Residence, McGregor Bt,, east of the public school building. H. C, McCQY, M. D,, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, i SpeciaJ'attention to city practice. AND SURGEON, Iowa, I • ;.Cj8ee aver Jno. Goeders' store, OB State street, ' Algona Mrs. Kate Chatnpion got a divorce Monday, desertion was the charge. Mrs. Geo, Sitapkins has been very sick with heart trouble. Sho is recovering, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lund entertain their friends this evening at their suburban home. The first snow catne Monday night. About two inches fell. The weather has still been very mild. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Taylor are rejoicing over theif- first born, a little girt who arrived Sunday morning. Annual meeting of Jas. C. Taylor Post this evening. Election of officers. Members are requested to come. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hutchins are home from a visit to Malone, N. Y. While gone he got a ton of maple sugar. The case against J. R. Thornton, who was held for hiding a team on which there was a mortgage, was dismissed yesterday. The State Register noted last week: R. M. Gardner of Algona, Iowa, sold in Chicago, Dec. 3, a load of choice 346-lb hogs at $4.85. The Mikado quartette is to give a big concert at Bancroft Dec. 28. Misses Kate Smith and Lillie Ranks will assist them the Register says. Dr. Lacey's case against the county will not be tried at this term, probably. It is reported that it will be taken to some other county for. trial. D. A. Haggard is just home from a trip down into Missouri. He tells some interesting stories about some of the dead little villages he found there. Judge Thomas, about whose health there have been so many rumors, seems to be well as usual. He is in Algona the first time since last fall. Frank H. Slagle, principal of the public schools at Strawberry Point, is home for a short vacation, his school. being closed on account of scarlet fever. T. M. Curtis of Paton was arranging to rent the Thorington house last week. The deal may yet be made. If it is Landlord McMurray will put in steam heat. Dr. Lewis Prye has invented a new substance for painless tooth extraction, up at Germania. If he really has something that will do the business his fortune is made. A motion was being argued this morning to throw out the trustee's order on which Dr. Lacey is suing the county. It is claimed that they had no right to make it. The Courier asked last week "who is Coan'?" One of the Coan boys works next door to the Courier office for A. D. McGregor and has for some time. Wake up over there. Marriage licenses have been issued to Prank C. Newell and Mary Dreyer, Frank Eiseman and Gertie Stott, J. A. Coats and Etta Welch, C, N. Shaeffer and Eva L, Scoonover. The ladies of the Episcopal Guild will give a bonnet social for the benefit of the church, at the home of Mrs. Geo. E. Clarke, on Thursday evening, Dec. 13, Everybody is invited. The Des Moines News says in a recent issue: "Miss Carrie Zellhoefer, who graduated in elocution and physical culture in this city, is now successfully teaching these branches ab Algona," THE UPPER DES MOINES is under obligations to Rev. Bagnell for an invitation to hear Frank Bristol at Emmetsburg. As a popular lecturer he stands in the front row and Emmetsburg is in luck to get him. N. J. Skinner goes to Des Moines with his family this week. He goes in with a lawyer there and intends to read and be admitted, He will make an active attorney, The new abstract firm take his office room Saturday. It is already evident that Kate Field will be greeted by a full opera house Friday, Deo. 21. Her reputation is widespread enough to insure a big turnout. Besides everybody has a little curiosity to hear about Alaska, S. C, Spear has a curious piece of money. It is a ¥5 state bank bill issued by the Miners' bank of Oubuque in 1820, while Iowa was part of Wisconsin territory, Mrs, Spear got it in the east and has had it many years. The Burt cornet band wjll give a concert Friday evening of next week, Dec. 21, at Marble hall in Burt, and will be assisted by the best local talent. It will be quite &n occasion and if the weather is 8ne will probably be attended frpnj Algous. Tbiei morning's Register has a note froi» Washington " Gardner Cowles. an active republican worker of Algona, was at the Wpitpl today, Mr, Cowjes is a star route oontraotpr, and te here interested with matters before the poetofttQe department." 'Squire Clarke gpt $trB. LanjanHi separated jrpjn. her fcusbanS yesterday, She resides is B&ncrqft, and among «wfpJiepj ol hep testimony,was* realistic account el ksisg Jstefced wrt el t.hft nniioo nnlraH nn <""JB £n mope OSXB.1 Iitfi_to?_4eyete4 tea Mies Mubei Miller 6f CreBco, being the happy pair. Me. alid Mrs. Frank Pot- tef Went with them. Will is ft son of the late S, S. Potter ahd Mies Miller is RB adapted daughter of David Miller. May good luck go with them. E. M. Slftgle accepts Chnrlie Wal- aton's theory of the "dead center" and writes: " I gracefully accept Mr. Wai- sion's correction in your issue of Nov. 28, regarding the working of a disabled engine. I do not claim to be posted in that line, and 1 know Mr. W, is thor* oughly competent to criticise me." There Is medical authority for the statement that on re-examination one of the cyclone sufferers for whose attendance a fancy bill was paid by the county, was found to have "grain, sand and splinters" ih the wound sewed up and declared properly fixed. TUB UP* FERDES MOINES mentions no names. There will be a fair and supper given by the ladies of the Algona Library association next Friday in the Rutherford sample rooms. The fair will be held both afternoon and evening. Supper at 6 o'clock and until nil are served, Music throughout the evening by some of our best musicians. Price of supper 25 Cents. Some months ago THE UPPER DES MOINES told about a charivari party in New York state at which Perry EJur- lingatne's cousin, who was the bride, shot into the crowd and killed a man. Her trial was finished last week and the jury stood six for conviction and six for acquital. It is not likely that she will be tried again. There seems to be a pretty good joke on the Bancroft Register in connection with the P. G. Pettibone wedding. The Register said Saturday that that svent wus in the remote future, when if all reports are correct the wedding occurred last Thursday, and the happy pride and groom were having a delight- 'ul honeymoon when the Register was ssued. Col. Thos. F. Cooke was in Cedar Rapids last week with Gov, Jackson and Adjt. Gen. Prime looking at the proposed state rifle range. It, is to lie out towards Marion,, and will be accepted if there is found to be room enough. While in the city the party were entertained at dinner by Judge lubbard, one of the most genial hosts "owa possesses. There are nearly 30 ex-students of ;he state university in Kossuth county, ind they are planning- to organize an Uumni association early in January and have a big banquet,. C. B. Matsoh ias heard from President Schaeffer of Jie university, and he will be present. J. W. Hinohon is the earliest of the university men in these parts and B. T. Reed second. The recent grand lodge of Odd Fel- ows redistricted the slate,putting Kosuth and Hancock counties together, and appointing Fred. Anderson of Wesley deputy grand master. There are seven lodges in the district and it will bo Fred's duty to visit each twice a year to install officers. Ho is an enthusiastic Odd Fellow, and will make an excellent official. Chaplain Cole of Cherokee will deliver his famous lecture, "Four Years at the Front," at Burt, Dec. 19, and at Bancroft, Dec. 20, for the Bancroft grand army boys. The proceeds to pay the mortgage on the home of Mrs. Drake, widow of their deceased comrade. The lecture is one which has been delivered all over this northwest and is one of the best on war topics. Mart Coan, one of. Algona's carpenters^ has received a patent on the neatest little door lock yet invented. He has a patent on five different parts, which makes it apparent that he really has a new thing. He got his start through the trouble he had in putting in the big locks now used. He has not decided yet how he will get the lock on the market, but there can be no doubt that it will find a ready sale. Judge Thomas arrived Monday and court opened yesterday. The first case set for hearing was the claim of the Nebergall's against the S. I. Plumley estate. They got one-third under the will, and now claim big sums for personal services. It was agreed that evidence be taken after court adjourns and the matter submitted to the judge in vacation. Geo. E. Clarke and J. W. Sullivan will take the evidence. eral state expense, fhe military boys hope the court will be sustained, as it would use all the regular military att- propriatiofi td pay this expense, and leave the boys without any funds to keep up Iheii 1 organisation. Adjutant Gen. John R. Prime of Des Moifles and Col. Cooke of Algona were in the city Wednesday, savS the Dubuque Globe-Journal. Major C. D. Ham and Major Glenn Brown entertained the distinguished gentlemen and showed them the various points of in^ terest abotit the city, Their visit was to settle the bills incurred for the care of Mclntyre, the young man who was shot at the rifle camp two years ngo. A lot of big claims were put'in. At the last meeting of the tipper Des Moinea Editorial association at Spirit Lake Ike Finnell was made nhairman of the Kossuth county society, He tins called a meeting of the boys for next week Monday at the Tliorin'gtoh. If they all come as they should the town will see a gathering of intellect and beauty which will out the doctors in the shade, and compete fairly with the school mams. There are nine papers in the county and six on the borders which ought to be represented, The Algona Checker club has blossomed out this winter. For -years it has modestly contented itself with Fred. Wilson's coal office, where with shoe boxes for seats and with hand painted boards, some famous contests have been played. But now the members have a heated room over the Algona bank, and are at home to their friends at all hours of the day. It is not a very public matter, not so public as it should be, that Algona has three or four past- masters at checkers, and wears a chip oti each shoulder. If there is any checker club in Iowa that wants to match from one to a half dozen players Algona is open to engagements. An amusing scene was emicted in court Monday. Mrs. Warden was ask-, ing a divorce on account of desertion and 'Squire Taylor had subpoenaed as a witness for her John Smith of Whittemore. Now .it appears that Mrs. Warden does not like John and when he was called she turned to her attor A SQUARE TALK Abemt Holiday Gk»od§» We_^* Have Them, Fine Hampshire Ware. FRESH NUTS. Lamps of All kinds. Table Crockery IN Latest Patterns. Candies for The Dainty. Fancy Cut Glass Ware, G-ood Things To Eat. Fruits- Foreign AND Domestic. Bank Block. WALKER BROS. get ney nnd asked, "Why did you him?" and intimated that she rather not got u divorce than have him help her. She was still mad when she adjourned to 'Squire Taylor's office to be married again, which she did as soon as the decree was entered, arid before she would join hands with her new spouse she asked him: anything about that?" 'Did you know He said ho did not, but she said, "I believe you did," and could hardly be got to extend her finger tips. At last, however, she consented to be married. O. S. Olson, The opthiilmic specialist, will be at the Tennant house on Dec. 19 and 20. Will restore your vision and cure your eye ache or headache, caused from your eyes, with scientific combination. Call on him and have your eyes examined. See circulars. Sugar, 85 Pounds for $1.00, at the new store. 38t2 JAMES.-PATTEBSON. BUTTON'S Irvington, la. Granulated Sugar, per hundred, . 21 pounds Granulated Sugar for . 22 pounds " O " Sugar for . . . 20 pounds choice Raisins for . 20 pounds Dried Grapes for . 25 bars of Jaxspn Soap for 27 bars of Sunlight Soap for . Buckwheat Flour, per hundred, . The best Minnesota Flour, per sack, $4.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.50 .95 J. B. & O. J. BUTTON. THE Juvenile Temple will give a reputation social at Starr's hall Saturday evening 1 . It costs ten cents te get in. WE have a large line of heavy shawls that we will close out cheap. G. L. Galbraith & Co. The Standard says that Frank D. Calkins has sold out at Germania and will soon move to Algona to be ready to take the auditor's office Jan. 1. The Standard says: Mr. Calkins has been one of our best business men, one who has made the town grow to its respective place, and also one who has done his work in a straight-forward way, And wherever he starts in business you will find him as we represent him, J. L. Button's case in this term is get for Friday, but will come on tomorrow if he gets back from Des Moines. Sutton is at the capital city bringing suit for $6,000 against'ft firm there who traded a stock of goods for some Wisconsin lands. He claims that the goods were not up to the contract, and as the firm saw the land they are not In position to kick on the consideration. E, V. Swott- ing appears for Button in his case here, Dr. Lacey wants THE UPPER DES MOINES to give reasons why $7,000 should be spent in a new jail. We could give at least two dpzen, but in view of the returns at the two elections at which the question has been submitted, it would seem to be a waste of energy. We would suggest that any one interested visit any of our neigh boring counties where they have buildings and then visit the county jail. TBB/UPPPR DBS MOINES is ing postal cards from A. S3. Kldd, the Spencer pill man who has had hie sentence to AnamoHft suspended by Gov. Jackson till July, He wants copies pf this paper aowimenttng pn the attempt to get a pardon, and evidently wants, us to know that he is getting along ail right, Kidd had a fair f trial .and was Unless he, hw been terribly ,,. wtefla shorti term at 4n&' would do him pod, ayisf ih^mlUlayy ««tBpaj4e8 for servifit a* glm* ®ty gnj Pwpg) fi li j&«Mae_asrt, ^-leojiraj jf - w m m ttw. -.m$w mmm " PUKE CREAM"—that means flour, and Walker Bros., sell it. Made at Alden, Minn., and warranted to be as good flour as there is in the market. Don't fail to try a sack. You will certainly like it.—29 ' FINE holiday goods at Sotchell & Setchell's. Down pillows, head-rests, stamped and tinted goods.—38tl Do NOT fail to call and see my fancy dishes. Plates, bread and milk sets, sugars and creamers, cups and saucers, etc. James Patterson.—38t2 Now I am Moved and comfortably settled at my new stand on State street, am better than ever prepared to meet the wants of those who contemplate buying anything in the line of FURNITURE. 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 - BAILVAY TIME OAEDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOCAL TRAINS WEST, No, 1 departs at.} Ojio am No. 9 departs at. 4:84pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 03 departs at 11:55 am No, 71 departs at ,. 8:40pm TRAINS BAST. No, 2 departs at ,10:23 a m No. 4 departs at, , 6:00 p m Freights that carry passengers- No. 78 departs at. 8:40pm No. 94 departs at 1:45pm B. F. HBPBIOK, Agent. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. It's a New Deal. That's what the Boot and Shoe business is at the old stand of F. S. Stough. I have a. full and Complete Assortment of boots, shoes, rubbers, etc., and I want to sell them. I am here to stay and do business, so come and see what I can do for you. South- Pass 3:31 pm Mixed 0;07pm North- Mixed 8:18 am Pass.. 3;32pm Freight 0:30 am ^ » 0 i B ,n,.... « iu «yiu Pass, arrives at Chicago at 7 a m; arrives at Pes Molnes at 8:16 p m. Lv. Des M. 2:80 a m Mixed connects with flyer and arrives at Chicago at 8 a. in. F. H. VESPER, Agent. LEGAL. SHERIFF'S SALE, Notice la hereby given that by virtue of a special execution to me directed by the clerk of the district court of Kosauth county, Iowa, against the goods, chattels, lands, tenements, etc., of A. B. Kinney and Ctdnev Kinney, husband an4 wife, Nicholas Kteer, A. 0. Reoaer, The Algona State Hank, The Union State Bank of West Bend, Iowa, and The People's Bank of Bumboldt, Iowa., defendant, in favor of Nellie Fay et al., plaintiffs, I will oner 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 89th Say of December, 1894, between the hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m, on paid day. an of said defendants' right, tWe and _ interest Jn and to the following described real estate, situated in Kossuth county, to-wit: The west one-half of the southeast quarter of Section Twenty-seven, Township Ninety-four, Range Thirty, and the northwest auarter of Section, Thirty-four, Township Ninety-four, Range ThWy. »U west of the Btg ?j,M. , SaTejojjomnjeftpe at the hour Pf 3 q'sjock p, "*TJ mi NOTICE, rebyne* iaf.or All Summe^ G-oods at B. H. ANDERSON. 0, L. LUND, J, J, RYAN [Successors to 0. &. Lund—Established 1880,] REAL ESTATE DEALERS ZO-WVft,, wssn g^ states whoare ready to come out and secure a piece of Iowa soli St rwSSEibE? m*Sl e &**! TO «f^ NSURANGE. Also Land) Low and Collection Business. Office over Algona State Farmers' of Cedar Rapids. Phoenix of Hartford. p> Hanover of New York owe, M ONEY ON KML ESTATE, HOXIE & BRUNSQN, WATHUMHJP JSTshai bine OWE Water or No Pay, I ' s^^wRrfSBw

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