The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 23, 1895 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 23, 1895
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< "^"v ? * *'K '*"'" ' "*' } " {•'**•,»••,,-£ **>' , 2n.«J«>f' i ,iS "'-rf^i*!* New n l§B»ttg, Mat atarify. . tms ted< fttrd tttt rtliAnn Jf Witts stees ^.attend te f> &av§td kiftdly etfira fdffcef T"fes frdfialiisfa -preiSSfW IK fteU, lying Jtlrt rtolBtf t il Fecefitlyfowhffd by, W, fit. CdHneS LUOf»w,...4< .SrtVi ftfl M.i. ., „ , fcSAWSSASt He, g deptffs« REMOVES DANDRUFF ANB dolor HAIR ^--•^ THE Best Dressing *s~**-^ n *~*-* nf -*S*^t<*J****-^^ - - KossutliCouoty State Bank ; CAPITAL «6o,ooc |>,\' Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. ' - Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and '' domestic eXPhange bought and sold. Oolloo -'tlons made promptly, and a general banking 1 business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold atlowest rates. ^ WM, B. INUHAJI President - J, B. JONES Vice 1'reRident LEWIS U. SMITH Cashier x" ' iMreetors—Wm. H. Ingham, John O. Smith, J, B. Jones, T, Ohrlschilles, Lewis H. Smith, J. > Wi Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. The First National Bank XOW.A.. CAPITAL ......................... 850,000 , Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL .......... . ...... President B, H. HUTCHINS ......... ..... Vice President •\VM. K. FERGUSON ................... Cashier 0. D.'SMITH ..................... Asst. Cahhler Directors— D. H. Hutchlns, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, W. P. Carter, Ambrose A. CauT K, H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. , Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. ALGONA, IOWA.. Officers and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, ; 0. 0. Ohubb, Vice Prest., 'Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. Ll Qalbralth, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Cooke. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. igflnterest paid on time deposits. PROFESSIONAL. "w*-.^^»-«-.'-V^*-VXj^»^'%^^^-»-''-«-S^-»i CLARKE & GOHENOUR, 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 1 • security. Over Chrischilles' store. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty, Office in Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, •'' Office In Hoxle-Ferduson bl jok. GEO, R, CLOUD, [Successor to W, B. Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ' ALGONA, IOWA, Office over Kossuth County State Bank, . B. V. SWETTING, .ATTONEY AT LAW, UK, GAPFJEM), M. P,, M&fc.,8J18aft Jlbuth^- P>Sfl. 0!30 a In Freight jit 7 ft Lt. Des . _ arrives at Oh t)es Molnes at 8 :15 b tt. Mixed connects *fth eago at 8 a. m. .. — , _ 2:52ptt attljfes at 2 :30 ft tt H. VESPKB, Agehtj Kossttth will feaclh 20,000 by the ceii- 8US. Haw many people will Algeria show up by the now cebsus? Sunday was a rainy slushy day, but it cooled off In the night. Dr. Pride says that Peter Boweti has a tumor in the brain and is not likely to recover. Tomorrow evening belongs to the S. U. I. people. There are 32 of them In the county. Geo. E. Boyle and J, M. Parley gave up going south. Iowa winters like this are good enough, Frank Gilmore's little girl was sliding near the school house and broke her arm last Friday. Auditor CalkhiH has just received the census blanks for the assessors to use in taking Iowa's census. It is reported that Chas. Pettlbone has been appointed to succeed S. Mayne as postmaster at Bancroft. The editors are to meet again next Monday afternoon at the Thorington at 1 o'clock. We wil] be there. T. E. Wade, who takes the 0. D. Pettibone butter business, has moved with his family into the W. W. Johnson house. A public school scholar told the teacher last week that bicycle is common gender, because boys and girls both ride it. Mayor Call returned Monday from his trip to Louisiana, where Archie Hutchison is superintending the work on his rice plantations. Marriage licenses are Issued to Alex. McLain and Ida B. Richardson, Elmer Nelson and Lilly F. MoDermott, John Nansel and Mary B. Richardson. Ladies of the Congregational church will meet at the residence of Mrs. Lewis Smith, Thursday, Jan. 24, at 3 o'clock p. m. for the study of home missions. Miss Almira Burlingame, who lived- several years back in the 70's with Perry Burlingame, has lately been married to Geo. Demosee at Afton, N. Y. Mrs. David Button is quite sick at her home in Irvington. Mr. Button has been unwell for some months. They are a couple of Kossuth's worthy pioneers. A big wolf hunt was advertised to come off at Bancroft yesterday. The Algona hunters were not officially notified. • The hunt was with horses and hounds. Fred. Bacon, one of the boss butter makers of the county, was in from German Valley last week. He will give a report of one of the county's smaller creameries to bur readers soon. Goethe's " Faust" is one of the world's great dramas.. It is the masterpiece of German literature. It will be put on next Tuesday evening with scenic effects not before seen in Algona, Mayor Boyle says that Whittemore has the best well in the county, ' The water raised nine feet while they were pumping 28 gallons a minute. A tank and mains will be put in early in the spring, , , Rev, Davidson was able to occupy bis pulpit Sunday after his illness which kept him at home a week ago. He preached a very able sermon in the morning, one of the best lately heard in Algona, Frohman's company with " The Girl e" is I , as beeft sold to Cfthiel LAtdtttftf , fill build upon the place to the spring, andffiakeafaftn M it. It is a fine j)i6ce 6f land, and Will raft k6 ft gOffd fafm. The price paid was $26 pef acm Mews is bow the Rock Rapids Rf view gets 6uf dodtofs fixed! ''Kossuth county hfts bad a great deal of ttwible dvef exhttfbitant claims of doetdm The abuse becfttne sd flagrant that the dotifity medical eoolety grapbled with it, and decided that the bills of Us, members against the county should be submitted to the association and a> proved by it before being presented." One Of the best oyster 1 supper gather* ings ever held in the county met at J, H. Grover's in Portland township Friday evening. It was for the benefit of the Nebraska sufferers and Mr. GroVer generously furnished the oysters himself. A big crowd was out and $30 was netted, Mr, Grover's generous act was the occasion of a,splendid social gathering as well as of a substantial contribution to the cause of the sufferers. A year ago one Eberhart was arrested for burglarizing the depot at Corwith. While he was being tried at Garner he escaped. Friday Sheriff Smalley of Hancock got track of him at LuVerno and came over and with Sheriff Samson went down to investigate. They found their man and he is again in jail at Garner. Eberhart was arrested by M. Stephens for Butler county parties some years ago, and got six years in the penitentiary, He is u bad citizen. Algona gets a new law firm of able young men, Bonar & Fellows. J. L. Bonar in a graduate of the state university, law and collegiate, and comes from Creston, H. H. Fellows is from the state university law school and the Iowa Wesleyan college, and comes from Keosauqua. They have the highest recommends, and have made an excellent impression in their short acquaintance in town. Mr. Fellows will have an office in Wesley and attend to business there. Goethe's "Faust," one of the great ti-agedies, will be given at the opera house next Tuesday evening by a company which is meeting with endorsement everywhere. Mr. Roberts as " Mephistophales " is able to amply interpret the heavier parts as well as make the comedy sparkling, and Miss Martin as "Marguerite" is as tender and charming as Goethe pictured her. The cast is made up of able actors, and the presentation in Algona will be a dramatic event. A copy of the Gentry Journal, Arkansas, comes with the name of Geo. Woodworth connected with a big hardware advertisement and also in the list of bank directors. George is the youngest son of the late G. R. Woodworth; and is in business at Gentry. Rome is still located at Chicago with the Stevens machine company. The boys are both good business men. Mrs. G.'R. Woodworth is now devoting her whole time to the study of medicine and Is taking a high rank in the Chicago college. C, D. Pettlbone has sold his butter business to T. E. Wade of Dysart. Mr. Pettlbone shipped the first butter from Algona, beginning in 1874. In 1876 he started the first creamery under the Kossuth County bank, churning by hand, and the first cream he got outside of that from W. H. Ingham's farm, was brought by Mrs. Smith who drove the stage to Greenwood Center. From that beginning and the cheese factories John Wallace started about the. same time,- Kossuth's 17 big creameries have sprung up, Mr. Pettibone has not decided what he will do. A school of training for the officers of the national guard has, been established at Ames, under the direction of Gen. Lincoln. It lasts from Jan. 29 to Feb. 23, the Fourth regiment having the last week. The expectation is that all the officers of the regiment will attend during the week, Col, Cooke will have one day of each week for instructing in small arms practice. -It is thought that this school will do more to bring up the guards in drill than Here is an assortment from which to select something to eat, Our list of Canned Goods consists of i Extra Oakland Peaches, Bartiett Pears, 0-reen Q-ages, Apricots, White Cherries, Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, Blackberries, Shredded Pineapple, Kalamazpo Celery. Also— Corn, Peas, and Tomatoes In abundance. Try our imported goods in bottles : Aspereges Pickled, Champignons Blancs, Petits Pois, Haricots Verts, Marsaquin Cherries, French Capers, Russian Caviar, Russian Marmalade,' Rogede Norske Sardiner: Olie, Anchois A'L Huile Sans Aretes, Also our— Olives, Pickles, Mustards, Tamarinds, Marmalades, Jellies, Etc., Etc. Besides this 30 pounds of Sugar for $1, and all other staples in proportion. yours, Walker Bros. Harness, Blankets, Robes, fvtid everything lii the Hue of fiorse cloth- lg& Go and see filtt for goods In his HHe, Will exchange hftftiess tor fresh 6ows and those soon to be fresh, Does repairing at all kffids. » «V ,?t V! ORIGINAL NOTICE, STATE Otf IOWA, KdBSttTH uv/ u «*•..»„. -District OPurfa'MarPti Term, A, D, 18&6.- The Ohlcagd, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Coinpany, plaintiff, Vs. W, L. Greet ~ ™ 7 W. Pease, and Horace Steele, dofen BOOTS AND SHOES. WORTH OF BOOTS AND SHOES -:- At 25 per cent, Discount, $500 Shoes for men, women, and children. Arctics and Rubbers of all kinds. Felt Boots and German Socks. To said W, L. Green, George W, Pease, and Horace Steele, defendants! You are hereby notified that a petition of the plaintiff in the aboV6 entitled cause Is now on file in the office of the clerk of said court, claiming that they have heretofore been the absolute and unqual* ifled owners of the following described real estate, situated In Kossuth county, Iowa, to- wit! The north half of the northwest quarter, the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter, the southwest quarter, the northeast quarter, the north half of the southeast quarter? and the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter, all In Section No. Thirteen, Townshit) No. Ninety-eight, north of Range No. Twenty eight west of the 5th P, M., Iowa! the east ha3lf of the northeast quarter, the north half of the southwest quarter, and the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter, all in Sec- , tlon No. One, Township No. Ninety-eight, north of Range No. Twenty-seven West of the 6th P, M., Iowa) the north half of the southeast quarter, and the southeast quarter of the sontheast quarter of Section No. Three, in Township No. Ninety-eight, north of Range • No. Twenty seven West of the 5th P. M., Iowa; the northwest quarter and the west half of the southeast quarter of Section No. Fifteen, Township No. Nlnety-e.ght, north of Range No. Twenty-seven west of the 5th P. M., Iowa; the northeast quarter of the southwest quar- • ter, the south half of the southwest quarter, and the west half of the southeast quarter, all In Section No. Thirty-three, in Township No. Ninety-eight, north of Range No, Twenty-seven west of the 5th P.M., Iowa; the west half of the southwest quarter of Section No. Eleven, in Township No. Ninety-nine, north of ' Range No. Twenty-eight west of the 5th P. M., Iowa; the north fractional half, the north half > of the southwest quarter, and the north half of , the southeast quarter, all in Section No. One, ' in Township No. Ninety-seven, north of Range No.' Twenty-seven west of the 6th P. M., Iowa: the north fractional half of Section No. Three, In Township No. Ninety-seven, north of Range No. Twenty-seven-west of the 5th P. M., Iowa; ' the northeast quarter of ; - the ;.sputhwest quar-^ * ter, and the south half of the' southwest quarter, all in Section No. Seven, in Township No. Ninety-seven, north of Range No. Twenty- seven, west of the 5th P. M., Iowa; the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter, the the southwest quarter of the northeast.,quarter, and the east half of the southwest quarter, • all in Section No. Nine, In Township No. Ninety-seven, north of Range No. Twenty- , seven, west of the 5th P. M., iowa;' and the south half of the northeast quarter of Section No. Thirteen, in Township, No. Ninety-nine, ' north of Range No. Twenty-nine, west of the ' 5th P. M., Iowa—and that it has conveyed said lands to various'; grantees by" warranty; deeds, and that the defendants claim some right or title in'or to said real estate adverse " to plaintiff's said title, but that the sameiis,, without force or effect, and constitute clouds/? upon plaintiff's said title, and that to protect' its said covenants of warranty plaintiff asks ' that the title to said lands be quieted in its'va- • rious grantees, and that said clouds be can- . celled and removed of record, and the defendants and each of them be forever barred ana '.• estopped from asserting any title or claim, , right or interest in or to any of said real es- ;.'• tate adverse to the title conveyed by plaintiff;, and unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of v the next*' March term of said district com-t, to be begun'' and holden at the court, house in Algona, in : said county, on the 4th day of March, 1805, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon. GEO. E. CLARKE, Attorney for Plaintiff. Hazel's Pants Protector Nicest thing you ever saw to keep your pants out of the mud WE GIVE A PAIR of these with every $3 -cash sale of goods. A fine lot of CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS. Call and get prices before buying. , Yours for business, STATE STREET. B. H. ANDERSON. Irvington, Iowa, is the place to buy your goods. Our expenses are as low as any place in the northwest, consequently we will not be,undersold. I Left Behind Me" is booked for Feb. 1. This play has had a big run and Frohman's companies need no commendation in Algona, It will be the best thing of the season, If Kossuth's population exceeds 17,000 the board of supervisors will be authorized to publish the board proceedings in a third paper to be chosen out* _i J - _j Ai_ _ __.._ t__ ___ A. rt*L ___*»i •* • side of the county seat, a chance for a scramble, There will be (•< i 0&W,SteteJrt.,one dpor east of Cordingley, " , Sa»de»ee, McGregor nt., east ol the , • pTtbUp sohopi building. p., ~t& The Courier says it is not the paper a paid up subscriber has been try- for a year to stop. It is one of the two, the Courier and th,e Republican, • and they pan settle it between themselves, The facts are w. we stated, Philip porweiler is to jqin the mercantile forces, pf the county, U&vipg bought an intereat in his son's store at SSri^H-4'fV^'. Wbittemore, Ohm Cohenoup over yesterday attending ( 0 part and making put the papers, Dhas, W, Parker has. resigned itton as pubito pobQPl janitQp , E. MoMvjJW b&s ih Parker has Mmd very th&t eapacJiy, but fjnfls Sbl| , top bard fw W» i» )»§ fFsyf «ifiep, li anything that has yet been suggested. Gen, Lincoln is an experienced soldier, and the college grounds are peculiarly suited to military evolutions, J. W, Hay has a tree with a history now that Peter Winkel has it planted. In the first place Erick Anderson was killed while watching the digging of it, Then it was hauled up with five tons of dirt on the roots. It was necessary to take it under the telegraph wires in crossing the Milwaukee, and the company at first refused to loosen them. But Peter notified them that he would gp to the public highway and pull it threugh regardless of their wires, and they at once telegraphed that he might posen and raise them, The tree is the argesthard maple ever transplanted ,n Algona) and the total cost of the work w not far from $50. If it liven it should have a medal fastened to it. Under »tbe management of Mrs, Lantry, Mrs, Mil ton Starr, and Miss Nannie Setpbell the charity palji Thursday evening was the' social event of the season. The court room was benuti* fully derated by the young ladles and McGregor'decprftted the ball, 1 hand' TOflfWp iUsJSWnftttfli anfl aabatan. lateobgereflthe .__ , the MarehalHswn probes' Granulated Sugar, per hundred, 32 pounds Granulated Sugar for £3 pounds "O" Sugar lor , $4.35 1.00 1.00 ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. —District Courtf March Term, 1835.— The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company, plaintiff. •vs.Rufus W. Winter and Frank W. Winter. To Bufus W, Winter and Frank W. Winter,'' defendants: You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the clerk of the district court a petition of said plaintiff claiming that it was the unqualified owner of the following described premises, .situated in Kossuth county, Iowa, to-wlt: The southwest quarter of the northwest quarter of Section No. Five, in Township No. Ninety-seven north of Range No, Twentyjeight west of the. 5th P. : M,, Iowa, and that it has conveyed said premises to one George H, Briokner by warranty deed, and to protect Its said covenants of warranty asks that the title to said real estate be quieted in Its said grantee, < and that ; the defendants and e(ich of them be forever barred and estopped from asserting title to, said real estate, and for such other relief as may be • equitable in the premises; and unless you apt pear thereto and defend on or before", noon 1 of. the second day of the next March 'term of said < court, to be begun, and hold en at the /court house in Algona, In.saW county, -on- the- 4 Jayof March, J189S, 4efault will be against',' ybu and ''decree and judgmen dered thereon: * ., Dated January 15, 4895, ' , GEO. E, CLA Attorney for Pj» Anything not in stock we will be pleased to order for any customer. COME AND SEE US. J. B, & O, J. BUTTON. Ten- C, J f J, RYAN [Successors to 0. L. Lund—Established 1880,] REAL ESTATE DEALERS We wish to announce tP the readers of Tp» TOpjra P»s Monnps that we hare - T ,, arylaPllltles for the selling of farms ajri unimprpyed Ian4s }n nprthep Iowa, a,nd we invite 8lf wpiwlsh tp dispose o.»he»r property to pan on pur p«pe in wttl» BB, f»"A8 soon as springbpeRB we baye ». large.number of 01 states whP are ready Ueye$n(ar wttbm. Highest Awarded Haggard & Peak, flmCINAL NOTJ6E, IN TOfi.pISTRIOT COURT''b3F an4-lor' Kossuth Oountr — banks, Burt, Iowa, Elma V ust 0, Johnson, Keokuk, 'AumstM, Vic. '** A v^l *v TT A,\ »pl banks, Burt, Ipwa L Elpia ^Phnson ^na'Aftgl . j -Fjprence, Vicary wa; Clementi We'stgate andVEmUyX S a !5.'?- s . w J?f t / ate J? na « I( l» Westgat «{,« ^' , Fairbanks,, Sort, jpwa, Bftrt, Iowa, defendants? . ,,„ , -.^PWSritereby notified that there Js'no fllemtheofflpe of the p>erft r of/the court of KQSSttth county. Io George. Sheldon, prank' on tittpnpfthefpUp' .^ tt8»*«* T Won , m,, KUU tuuimg spective shares o in ana fr al} torney's feei a» p| w '«' efl: - jite pf * mvyaiWBi, SfklngJp.raa'a^'.' p- e |i'iW«^aPP BaR ^'

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