The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 6, 1895 · Page 8
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MEDAL And Diploma Awarded AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL ' THROAT ? and * COMPLAINTS asflartsae. No.71 fletfartft at -• J» 5J QoUtVrtln nvt *tfiii>4<* tcftkiitti.i.vifCi^'c* AJJ N<$. 4 ttepaftS at 6:00pin Freights that 6arry JSas&efifeHM" . No! B4 departs at ".'." It.JVMi!b»HJK, Agent. CHICAGO * VlffAtfOIAZ. -<£W r -M-W'^^^^^^^^fc^M'^4''^XS>'XXV^SM'^*"^«'~'w^^^^iX->»r^r- Kossuth County State Bank ..*60,OOC _ ' ' Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. tf ?• ^ «± Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and , domestic exchange bought and sold. C'ollec tl<m& made promptly, and a general banking • business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold attowest rates, WM. H. 1NGHAJ1 President J. B. JONES Vice President LEWIS H. SMITH Cashier • Directors—Win. H. Ingham, John O. Smith, ;>, J. B, Jones, T. Ohrischilles, Lewis H. Smith, J. i W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devlne. 8:18 ft hi 3:32pfl» o:30 am S&ttth— ^ Pass 3:iSpJii Mi*ed 0:07 ptn Freight.... 2:52ptn Pass Freight cr >ov t» iu f lojguu i.«. <e.i'«|;ui _. Pass, arrives at Chicago at 7, a m; arrives at Dee Moines at 81!6 p m. Lv. Des M. 2:30 ft in Milted connects With flyer and Arrives at Chi eago at 8 a. tt. F. H.- VSsPfiK, Agent. CITY ...OlftdUlT. The First National Bank CAPITAL ....... , ................. $50,000 ^ Special attention given to collections. '- AMBROSE A. CALL ................. President 0. H. ttUTOHINS .............. Vice President WM. K. FERGUSON ................... Cashier 0. D. SMITH ..................... Asst. Cabhier Directors— D. H. Hutchins, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, W. F. Carter, Ambrose A. <••• Call, B. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. CASH CAPITAL, 150,000. iy- ALGOffA, IOWA. lOfflcersand Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, O. 0. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Goo. L. Galbrafth, Fred. M. Miller. 1 Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Cooke. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. ^"Interest paid on time deposits. PROFESSIONAL. 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 Chriachllles 1 store. \ . DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. ' Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Cowles' new building. DP. Murphy, oculist, Tuesday, Feb. 19. The Algona Mandolin club are figuring on a dance fof Feb. 20. Rev. A. SV Oorrell has received and declined a call to Christ church, Waterloo. The son of 0. B. Hutchine, 8 years old, has been very low with lung fever, but is better now. Mrs. David Button of Irvington has been quite low with lung fever for some weeks, but is now improving 1 . The Ladies' Good Will society of Plum Creek will meet with Mrs. E. P. Keith, Feb. 14. All are cordially invited. One lone, solitary marriage license has been issued during the week, and that was to Wm. Pender and Katie Roach. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cady rejoice in the arrival yesterday at their home of a boy of regulation weight, and all are doing well. If there was a man who thought it wasn't cold .enough for him he must have felt a relief when the mercury dropped to 28 below zero last Thursday morning. Miss Bessie Quick has been quite sick for some days. She was at work in a hotel at Mason City, but was obliged to return home on account of her illness. < ,Burt and Bancroft were well represented at the opera .house last Friday evening. "The Girl I Left Behind Me" drew the largest house since "Gloriana." Albert Elwell, 21 years of age, and living north of Wesley, was before the commissioners of insanity yesterday. His case proved a mild form of epilepsy and he was discharged. . Some of the water pipes were frozen up in the opera house block a couple of weeks ago, but the damage was not great. It came from allowing the fire in the furnace to go out over Sunday. A child of Levl P. Good, 25 miles northeast of Algona, was afflicted with tuberculis disease of the bone of one of its feet, and amputation became necessary. The child was but 20 months old. List of advertised letters: Mr. Mervin Avery, Jack Blark, Hartwig Clausen, Mr. W. Douglass, Mr. Albert Falaway, Mrs. Anna B. Gaffney, Rev. Alfred Martin, O. H. McCaffrey, Mrs. Malinda Olson. A. A. Brunson and party of tourists, who started for California two weeks ago, found themselves snowed in for four days down in Arizona, where the snow was seven feet deep. Later reports show that they got through in eight days. The hardware stock of Weitgenant Bros, has been exchanged for land to a Mr. Humiston of Worthington, Minn., and was removed the first of the week. The firm haa been in business here about a year, purchasing the stock from John Grove. tfeat tire laatet fcfttt letfff W ftlftf ftftWs?* &Fe simply impostors tjrrd ft ffienaee to society, fhifl p«pe1« will blftf4 bf ihe* \&> dies IB ibeif cbffimehdable effort to live dowb What it considers B vile slander eft their* capabilities as cat-d plftyefs fe P. Keith told the teporlel' the other day that he is feeding 22 s for shipment whenever they are in proper eoHditidn, Some 6f them he said would already weigh 1,500 pounds, but he will pub them lute market with considerably more weight than that. The 22 Will constitute more than a car load, the annual election of officers of the Kbssuth County State* bank occurred Monday, at which Who, ft, Ingbam was chosen president! Then, Chris chtlles, vice president) Lewis H, Smith, cashier; Jos. W. Wndsworth, assistant cftshief. No banks anywhere furnish better evidence*.of solidity than those of Kossuth county. John G. Smith walks over to Hobart every week day, where he is buying hay, He is filling his big hay barn there, which will hold about 160 tons, and will hold the hay for June or July shipment, when Iowa upland hay will be hay in Chicago. He Insists that he enjoys his walk, even with the mercury at 20 below zero. A supper, the chief instigator of which Is S. C, Spear, will be given the volunteer fire company this evening at Valentine's restaurant. Mr. Spear's building was uninjured by the fire Saturday morning, due mainly to the prompt and efficient work of the fire boys, and Mr. Spear feels that they are entitled to some recognition, Algona will send a goodly delegation to Emmetsburg on the 14th to hear Henry Wntterson on "Money and Morals." Editor Mayno of the Reporter was here last week putting in some good work in that line. Mr. Watterson gave this lecture at Spirit Lake last summer, and those who heard him are advising everybody to hear him at Emmetsburg. V The ice harvest is well along. Peter Winkel will put up about 500 tons and also cut for three of the creameries near Algona. Mr. Magnusson will put up probably 150 tons, and the Algona creameries will lay in what is needed for their own use. Mr. Winkel has been delayed by the breaking of his ice plow, which he had to send to Chicago for repairs, but he is again at work. A gentleman from Bancroft the other day told our reporter that Inst week's item about the gentlemanly (?) agent at that place struck a responsive chord in the heart of nearly if not quite every man in that town. We didn't know before that all of Bancroft felt as we do.in the matter, but if that is so the Northwestern ought to be looking out for a new man for that station. The continued cold weather serves to give the people some pointers about properly caring for their hydrants, many of which have been frozen up and hence .useless until thawed out, a process which seems necessary every morning. A system of packing, attended to before winter weather sets in, will be found efficacious in prevsnt- ing all this trouble. But we live and learn. David Dutton is advertising a big sale of stock and other personal property, to come off at his farm in Sherman township, on Feb. 27, Poor health on the part of himself, as well as Mrs. Dutton, prompts him to dispose of much of his stock, which, as is well known, is all first-class and in good condition. He is living at Irv- Boots and Shoes s Cheap for Cash. Great Reduction in Prices fof the next 3<5 days. We haye got to reduce our stock to make room for new goods, We handle everything in the shae ».>^ • rM^^ ^j i*.-*.^, i line, Gloves and Mittens prices. STATE STKEfiT, ALGONA. and low B. H. ANDERSON. OftlCIHAL NOTION STATE OF i&WA (i KOSStT3 COtfNtt, SS. —District Court, March tettn, A, D. 1895.— Furniture! Window Shades. Picture Frames, ¥ E call especial attention to our new Book Racks and Wall Shelves. Jusc the thing for cheap book case, w. x^euae, auu nurnui To said W. L. Green, Horace Ste'ele, defendants: rou are i notified that a petition of the plaintiff in me above entitled cause is now on file in the office of the clerk of said court, claiming that they hate heretofore been the absolute and unqualified owners of the following described real eState-JSituated In Kossuth county, Iowa, to-, wit: The north half of the northwest qUarteft the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter, the Southwest quarter, the northeast quarter, the north halt of the southeast quarter, and the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter, all in Section No. Thliteeti, Township NO. Ninety-eight, north of Range No". Twenty- 'eight west of the 6th P. M., Iowa; the east half of the northeast quarter, the north half of the southwest quarter, and the Southwest quarter of the southwest quarter, all ia Section No. one. Township No. Ninety-eight, north of Range No. Twenty-seven west of the 5th P. M.j Iowa! the north half of the southeast iniarter, and the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section No. Three, in Township No. Ninety-eight, north Of Range No. Twenty seven West of the 5th P. M., Iowa j the northwest quarter and the West half of the southeast quarter of Section No, Fifteen, Township No. Ninetv-e.ght, north Of Range No. Twenty-seven West of the 5th P, M., Iowa; the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter, 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.,fowa; the west hilt 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., I? w u a j.* h . et 5?. rtl l^ aot l onal naif, the north half coa a, e norh alf of the southwest quarter, ana the north half of the southeast quarter, all in Section No. One. in Township No. Ninety-seven, north of Rang* No. Twenty-seven West of the 5th P. M.,lowaT : • Complete stock of Undertaking Goods. 1 D. 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, Granulated Sugar, per hundred, . . $4.35 22 pounds Granulated Sugar for . . 1.00 23 poTinds"C" Sugar for . . . . 1.00 Anything not in stock we will be pleased to order for any customer. COME AND SEE US. J. B. & O. J. DUTTON. - e . .,owa ., a £ lon , a . 1 half of Section No. Three 'n Township No. Ninety-seven, north of Range No. Twenty-seven west of the 5th P. M , Iowa j ^^H th 2 U8tqu ? l J e ^ of tne southwest quar- ^ a ft d ^ h Q es ? uth £ aH o oftne southwest quarter, all in Section No. Seven, in Township No. Ninety-seven, north of Range .No. Twenty- ^f n ' n «^ ot ^ e ^ th P< M " Iowa ' the no 'th. ?hf * ^S" 6 ^ of the northeast quarter, the the southwest quarter of the northeast quar- %? a « Ud «« e t (ea « st & M °,?, the southwest quarter, all, in Section No. Nine. In Township No Ninety-seven, north of Range No. Twentv- ., Iowa andtife quarter of Section Township No. Ninety-nine, Twenty-nine, west of the nd that " has conveyed 1, var i ous Krantees by warranty that the defendants claim some sa i dreal estate adverse * ut th »t the same is - a 'nd constitute ctouds id title, and that to protect iha?th B0 Ht,« n t ant8( °, f , warra nty plalntiS asks H™« 2 V to Sivld lands De Quietea In Its various grantees, ana that saia clouas becan- ™£ n a i? d ^emovea of recora, and the defena- ants ana each of them . be forever barred and estoppea from asserting any title or claim, right or Interest in or to any of saia real estate adverse to the title conveyed by plaintiff J ana unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon or the second day of the next to be begun Attorney for Plaintiff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY District Court, March Term, 1895.-J. H ^"defendants"' agalnst Mary Fair Danks et T To ' C S? h S> WesWte, Mrs. Marcus Coughnet, Lucy Westgate. Joie Barnes, Henry Barnes C. L. LUND. m . SULLIVAN & MoMAHON, .ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-Fereuson bUok. OEO, R. CLOUD, [Successor to W, B, Quarton.] Attorney ancl Counsellor at Law, AWJONA, IOWA. i Office over gossuth County State Bank. E. V. SWETTING, * 'ATTONEY AT LAW, Algpna, Iowa, K. OARFIBLD, M. D., AND State pt,, one door east of Oordingley. ence, McGregor st., east of the publlp school building. c. MCCOY, ' Special attegtloa to otty practice, ^iYSieiAH „-. ^ f . Algeria, SURGEON, ^ The married folks will indulge in the art of terpaiohore again this evening at the court house hall, These gather- 1 ings have already proved a great success. The Algona club danced at Clarke's hall last night and enjoyed a pleasant evening. s Word comes from Mrs. Ed. Young, who was sqnt to.Independence'some weeks ago, that she is improving, and it is expected that before long she will be well enough to return home, Mr. Young has visited her twice since her .confinement there, An interesting debate is going on at the Potter school, house in Creseo. the subject under discussion being the gpv* ernment ownership of railways and telegraph lines. We hear that some able arguments are being presented on both sides of the mooted question. The loss by fire at the home of J. T. Cnrisohjlles has been adjusted and paid, with the exception of the damage to the piano, which seems to be more serious than at first supposed. He has decided that the instrument will have to be sent to Chicago for repairs, The G, A. R. and W, R. C. will observe Washington's birthday with a programme and flag drill, at the opera house at 7 o'clock, Feb. S3, Immediately after The Colonial Bali will open with the grand march at the court house. An extended programme later. John G. Smith has been selected to represent the Grange store, and with the adjuster for the State Insurance company }s going through the Grange Store's damaged, goods f 9P the purpose of determining t|e loss on the ' The work wir • time, We have a letter from A. A, ington station now, where he built a home last year. Last Saturday was "ground hog" day, and if the old saw still possesses any virtue the backbone of our winter is broken. The aforesaid ground hog would have had difficulty in observing his shadow, for the weather was stormy, hence he would probably stay out, or at least leave his front door open. But if his shadow had been visible—well, that would have been quite a different matter. The price for hogs is now the lowest it has been for some time. 'Various causes are assigned, but a shortage of corn and a consequent rush to the eastern markets of light-weight hogs have much to do with it, np doubt. E. P. Keith and Grant Bansohoter have a new hat wagered on the price within the next ten months, by which the former will lose if the price does not reach $5 in that time. Some queer things happen in a print* ing office sometimes, and one of them occurred in this office last week just as we were going to press which transposed a couple of headings, There- suit was confusing to some, and this paper was even threatened with a libel suit on account of it; but as we have no really first-class apologies in stock we have concluded to let the matter drop and say no more about it. Misses Kate and Maud Smith are in Des Mpines for the winter, The former is taking violin lessons from Carl Rlqerbergi a noted, teacher recently from the Thomas orchestra, and she is bopked to play first violin in the orchestra at Des Moines for a noted singer from Europe sppn to appear there, The latter is taking piano lessons, Both are making rapid progress with their work and ere a credit tp Algona's musical talent, ."Toe Girl I Left Behind Me " is one. pf that class pf dramas that pleajes certain people, perhaps,-put it cannpt be said to be »n ideal piece of dra.i»itio work, Possibly the lack pf. some gf the. equipment which is so necessary tp bring put fill there Is in it had am* thing to 4o with its failure to, produce a *r impassion here, it was we* the.»lght J ; ' . I? J. J. RYAN [Successors to C. L. Lund—Established 1880.] REAL ESTATE DEALERS we have extraordin- . . a ^T r ^mf ht , oa ?? oun n? tot J lereaaersofT ^ BTJPPBBDBsMoiN:KSt hat ve exraorn- a f yr S 01 HS ie KJ or J ne8emn € of , farmsandunlm F ovedland8l n northern Iowa, ana we invite all who wlshto dispose of their property to call on us at our office in Algona, or. to correspond with us. ^"As soon as spring opens we have a large number of customers from the eastern fiiSJ 08 J*? 1 } a "? r !? dy to TJ? 6 out an 1 5 eoure a P Ieoe of Iowa 8o11 at reasonable rates. We believe In fair dealing, and if you want to sell your property don't waste any time In listing it with us. Yours respectfully, LTJND & RYAN. NSURANGE. Also Land, Loan ana Collection Buslnoss.- Oiflce over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartfora, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Rockford of Rockford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. CKEO. , lace^ Fairbanks, California in 32 Days. Without change of cars. All meals served in dining cars. Palace drawing-room sleeping cars and tourist sleepers are ru'n through to San Francisco without change, with annex sleeping cars to Los Angeles, leaving Chicago daily via Northwestern Line. Variable route tourist tickets to California and the health and pleasure resorts of the south on sale at sgae. oe B, Clement O. Westgate, Mrs. A. H. ford, Randolph Fairbanks, • and Walks, defendants: You are ^ that a ' Petition of the , t ab ove-entltled action is now flledintheofflce of the cleric of said court, claiming of you the sum of One Hundred and Seventy-nve dollars, with interest thereon at £ e f r 2 te ^ ntp £ rcent - Per annum from the first day of October, A. D. 1894, as money Justly due on the promissory note of Luther Fairbanks, and the sum of Twenty-five dollars as attorney's fees herein, and that the mortgaKe given to secure the same on the south half of ^ e £™£ e £ Bt <« arter °f Section Twenty-seven in Township Ninety-seven, Range Twentv. «e ht i we ? to rt he5 «i P. M., Iowa, be fSreclosed: also the answer and cross-petition in equity of Mary Fairbanks, widow of Either Fairbanks, asking that one-third of the southeast quarter of said section be admeasured Fh a n r f lt l° n ^' 1 ' and ,, s etoftto her as dower, and that she have a lien on the other two-thirds of said real estate for taxes paid thereon and ln- fert st .? n * hetmor tE a Ee above referred to"paid by her; also the answer and cross-petition in eflujty of Grant Fairbanks, Luther Fairbanki Nellie Cooper, and Amelia Fairbanks, as heirs a h« tav < °t f sai $ Lutl ier Fairbanks, askiSg that t h £{? I 1 **? 188 *, 111 sald real estate be fixed, es- JwS} ishe ^' a v nd conlrmed in severalty, and ihat ftf£ ? aid / ha V es be Partitioned and set off to them; and unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the next March term of said district cou?^ to be begun and holden at the court house In Al°1 the 4th da y of March, - against you ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY SS Pw 1 !^ 9 * M?, urtl March Term. V 1895,-The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rallwav Jointer and Frank W. Winter You we hereby notified thaJ there is now on file in the office of the clerk of the district court a petition of said p lintfff claimin unqualified owner of e rge H. Brtckner by w»rrany deed, and to protect Its said covenants of war rantv asks that the title to said re^l estate be quieted in its sajd grantee, ind that the de fendants and each of them be forever barred and estopped'from asserting title to^aid ' a?0 suou other s relief as ma )t t VMJ)«w. Md the Beitatw In « ing Qf It §» a tt wju cem W9 n4»biQ; was a oharitftble etMement. v i^ 1 Detailed inforinattcm <;an be obtained upon application t9 agent ' ' . rr Chicago & Northwestern Railway, Awarded Highest Honors-World's Fair, Z8&4Z, «vx^*<v>rw>^'. SHERIFF'S SALE, to Dated Jtmuary 15, 4895. GEO. E, CLARKE. Attorney for P|atijtlf(, NOTICE OF PROBATE OF Whereas, pa 'i $ Pap?? pur, -4 testament of «awraS'M 1 s,r' m TW8; t a'S« [arcblerjn thereof then to ba held as tS« ffii Bfttea JjJig jjgtih a»y of Januarv. J805. -t- -.-.-T->—^-,-B»^,,..L, InjV^ ORIGINAL NOTICE. !WAl 59SSHTO, COUNTY.,

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