The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1895 · Page 8
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'',' •.''' ** ,*,'-• ' • L >•_,-„• Ml CPJfflffi DBS ALGONA, IOWA, WBPSflBPAY,' AgBttL ^ Igg AVER'S the only Sarsaparilla AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. IT LEADS ALL OTHER * BLOOD $<-^WMItt. _______ _« _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Kossutli County State Bank OAJP1TAL ...... . ...... . ................ $50,000 Incorporated tinder general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Colleo tons made promptly, and a general banking Mftlness transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H, 1NGHAM..... ............... President J. B. JONES .................... Vice President LEWIS H. SMITH. ............. . ....... Cashier Directors— Win. H. Ineham, John G. Smith, X, P. Jones, T. OhrlschllTes, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Barnet Derlne. CfilCAOO, MtLWAtJKEE & St. PAUL. .. . . L60AI, ¥fci»8 tit*. NO. i dti&ttta at ...... . ....... ....... N6.& departs at..; ......... .... ...... 4:24 pm J^elghfstnatMfrlpTMSeHgei's^ , t .„ ^ Na.88 dep'attsat..'.. ..... "...u... 11:86 am No. 71 defiafts at. t . . .. . No. 2 departs at...... ................ 10:22 a to No. 4 departs at ..................... 0:00 pin a Ff eiehtft that catft passengers- No, vf departs at...... ..... f. ....... 8:40pm NO. 94 departs At .................... l!4Bpm R. F. HBDBICK, Agent. CHICAGO * NORTHWESTERN, Ndrth— Mixed........ S:18 am fass.... .... 3:07pm Pass,.;. -..,., 8:27ftmMi*ed, ...... 6:20 pin Freight...... 0 :30 am Freight .... a;48pm Freight...,,. 7 163 bm Freight...... 8:30am Pass, arrives at OMcagaat 7 ft in; ai-rfves at Des Mottles at 8 :15 b in. Lv. Bes M. 2 :30 a m Mixed connects with flyer and arrives at Chi cago at 8 a. M. F. H. VESPER, Agent. THE C1ECD1T. The First National Bank V *•' or CAPITAL.... ...... ........ '... . ..... $50,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL ....... ..... . . . . .President 0. H. HUTCH1NS .............. Vice President WM. K. FERGUSON .............. .....Cashier 0. D. SMITH..... ....... .... ..... Asst. Gabbier Directors— D. H. Hutchlns, S. A. Ferguson. Philip Dorweller, W. F. Carter, Ambrose A. Can, B. 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, ' • . G. 0. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Qalbralth, . Fred. M. Miller. % Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Cooke. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. ^"Interest paid on time deposits. PROFESSIONAL. ^^ 1 *^V.^N^XX>^**rf'X* w *.^N»^*rf p Xrf-Xrf' 1 ^rf 1 ^ CLARKE 4 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 OhrischlUes 1 store. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-Fergnson bljok. QEO, R, CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Quarton,] Attorney oncj Counsellor at Law, AMONA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth County State Bank. E. V. 5WETTING, ATTONEY AT LA.W, Algona, Iowa. L. K. GARFIELD, M, D., PHYSICIAN AND BVRffEON, Office, state at., one door east of Cordlngley, •H, Q, MeQQY, M, FSY8IQIAN PHYSICIAN AND 8URCEON, Algeria* s ;v J, W, FRJRE, ff AN Qpeflew' store, pn State afreet, T, A. SCOTT, M. James Taylor is sick, confined to his bed. J. B. Wllley is planning on a now house. One of the bridges across Union slough has burned out. Mrs, L. J. Bice is recovering from a severe attack of lung fever. A boy has arrived at "Tug" Wilson's home and all are happy. The social union hns an excellent programme for Friday evening. E. A. Frice has bought the Fred. Paine house and has already moved into it. Mrs, Rev. Davidson has been seriously ill, threatened with pneumonia. She is getting better. The Elmore Eye says that Mrs. A. M. Kelly of Algona will open a millinery store at that place. B..Y. P. U. will give a social at Mrs. Henry Winkie's, Monday evening, April 8. A cordial invitation to all. Algona is to have a new cigar factory. Jack Schu has quit the Waterhouse factory and will soon open for himself. The city council meetings are likely to be entertaining enough to warrant the members In foregoing their salaries. Miss Gertrude Clarke started for Ipswich, South Dakota, Monday. She goes out to look after her land Interests in that section. The county medical association meets at Dr. Garfleld's office next Tuesday at 10:30 o'clock. It is to discuss some important questions. H. J. Winkle has bought a building at Waukon and will go at once to open a new hardware store. He paid $5,000 for a two-story brick. The rain Sunday and the snow Monday give the grain as good a start as tt has ever had in this county. This will be the premium season. Miss Nelton, who has been visiting at Mrs. Geo. Siinpkins' for the past two weeks returned to her home at Madison, Wis., this morning. A big delegation of Bancroftites were down'yesterday to get a road graded east of that flourishing city. S. Mayne and Thos. Sherman beaded the forces. The State Register says that Miss Nettie Herrick, who taught several terms in the Algona schools, Is now principal of the Winterset high school. Rev. Zartman of Sioux City will lecture at the Congregational church tonight on "Good Citizenship," under auspices of Y. P. S. C. E.. Free. Come. Will Lacey has bought Henry Winkie's cozy home near A. H. Paine's. It will bo a pleasant place for him but he will be lonesome in it all alone. The city council after adjusting each other and themselves have been adjusting assessments. No radical changes have been made in Assessor Lamson's estimates. J. J. Valentine goes to Minneapolis to join his brother in a bakery, He is a genial and energetic business man. His partner takes the Phoenix house at Bancroft. Miss Dell McCall, who was taken with the grip while in Chicago, is home and Miss Matson with her. She was quite sick and Miss Matson went in to care for her. S. S. Stebbins, the retiring street commissioner, goes out of office with the record, we believe, of having done more good street grading than any man the city has yet had, Frank Nicoulin's boys found two little rabbits and put them with the old cat and her litter of kittens. The old cat don't know one from the other and the rabbits get their share. Deputy Brunson returned from Wesley Monday, where he has been in charge of the Geo, Friqk store. Mr, Frink's matters are not yet settled up, and the creditors bold the stock. Referring to Rev, Finnell, the Lu- Verne News says: "Our 'cowboy QetUp.' Don't espcc^ypw »ori»« to bwy tmtil ft poorly giwed, tb« wow h<? the faster bott bpiac w>4 wwzon pfeaChet 1 ' Is getting it frofiH all sides— ftftd fFoffi what we cafi leafrfi is ftot tfet- Mhg it half as hafd &S he deserves." Gftrdnef Cdwleft and 0. fi. Matsoh are building & house and barn on a fafrm they own fieafr AfmStfong. Mr. MatsoB bow has an interest, in two houses, but still refits them to others. Eight applicants at Stipt. feed's examination last week had to go home because they were uhdef 18 years of age, For once in their lives the young ladies Were willing to be older and to admit it. If we had guessed that Bro. Starr had anything to do with the hew carpet in the Congregational church) we should have known that it would be put on the table or anywhere but on the floor. Mel 2a? Haggard and C. B. Matson are oft for Missouri. Metzar will go to Texas and visit Fred. Bartlett and also visit ail uncle in Louisiatm, During his absence Lieut. Chubb has command of Company F. Clerk Grose after getting his lot and plans for a flue new house bought the O'Neill home in the west part of town and will not build. Mr. and Mrs. O'Neill go to Missouri where he has business interests. Frank gets a good home. B. F. Rood has traded the Moffatt home in Algona to E. Wright of Cresco for his farm. The house and lots were put in at $3,500 and the farm at $31 an acre. Mr. Wright will come to town to live and be welcomed, and will have a good home. Some people think that lead shot are a cure for boils, constipation, etc. Dr. Kenefick had a case last week where an old gentleman had swallowed a handful, and was nearly dead from lead poisoning. Lead is an active poison in any form. Geo. E. Clarke was re-elected president of the new school board and has appointed bis committees as follows: On teachers, Quarton, Blossom and Butler; on finance, Gilmore and Blossom; on school supplies, Blossom and Butler; on coal, Haggard; on depot school, Blossom. Bancroft has a fire company. Geo. F. Holloway, E. C. Anderson, Merrit Turner, and Thos. Sherman are some who are to run the hose curt. We notice also that Editor Laid ley is one of the running team. Algona should challenge to a race. We will match the Register man. A re-rating in the postofflce salaries will add about $100 to J. W. Hinchon's salary after July. It seems Algona has gone up a peg on account of increased business. This gives Bro. Hinchon $1,800 besides fees, and his office rent and clerk hire remain as before. The Alffona office did a $6,012 business the past year. Barnet De vine's second son was dragging his shot gun up the river bank after him last Wednesday, holding it by the barrel, when something caught the triggers and both barrels were fired. His left hand was in line and was cut to pieces. He was able to walk to the barn, and was then taken to Livermore, where he was attended to. Drs. Pride and Kenefick caught that dog they were experimenting on, and although they finally lost the Murphy button, they discovered that it would hold a broken or cut intestine together until the wound had healed. They cut a piece out and the two ends grew together as well as ever. People are often injured in the intestines and it is now a common operation to cut out a piece and grow the ends together. All old settlers of the county will learn with regret that Mrs. O. Minkler is to be taken to the asylum at Independence today. She has been getting gradually deranged for six months, her hobby being that her relatives are all going to die, and that if the house should burn up with them it would be better. She is 56 years of age and was the daughter of Wm. Connell, the first settler on the townsite of Bancroft. The grove in that town was set out by Connell, who located in 1866. Friday was the hottest day in 'March ever recorded. C. D, Pettibone, who keeps the official record, says the mercury reached 87, and that the average for 24 hours was 65 degrees. Last year one March day reached 74 degrees. The papers all over a strip 200 miles wide state that no such day is reported in any record, It was like summer, the doors and windows were all open, and the sun was uncomfortable. It is needless to add that March recovered from this unusual outburst and went out like herself in cold and snow. Money, I have unlimited money to loan on long or short time, B. W, HAGGARD. WE make a specialty of collections, Cloud & Haggard. SEE the new millinery stock at Mat' son & McCall's, Their goods are the best and latest to be had, FOR SAI«E— Full blood Holstein bull. J, J, Wilson.-5U8 ECONOMY at the Opera House Grocery, GAJ?E on that JO cent table of canned goods at Walker Bros.' PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. A. <1 Itipley was onf ffotii Garner Monday consulting 6B & law case he had. Miss Minnie Thomas of Hum bold t has been a visitor at E. G. Bowyet's fot» eoifie days. Mrs. S. D. Hamilton is home from her trip to Passadena, Where she has spent some time with her brother, E. G. Bowyer was elected president of the State Jewelers' association at Des Moines yesterday. tt is a deserved honor, r John G. Smith and J, W. ftobinsbti are over at Ruthven today watch 4 the ducks go north, occasionally halt' ing one of them, ' Mf. and Mrs. A, A. BrUhsoti at*e e** pected home about the middle of the month, and A. D. Clarke and family will return about May 1, Fort Dodge Messenger! Atgona is the first town to complete its census count, The figures are 4,469 including Ryan, who is liable to double up. Mrs. Dies and daughter, who have spent the winter with her sister, Mrs. Sheetz, have returned to Canton, N. Y. They haVe made many friends during their visit in Algona. John W. Gary, general counsel of the Milwaukee rond, died at Chicago Saturday, aged 78 years. Geo. E. Clarke attended his funeral Sunday. He was an able lawyer and one of the last of the early officials of the Milwaukee company. WHEAT HlGHEB-rLOUB OHEAPEB, The Water Mill Wants Wheat at 50 to 55 Cents a Bushel. And as long as we can buy wheat under 66 cents we will sell flour at these rprtces': |'*r-*- ' ' ' "SnowQueen", fhtprhestgrade) per 8ack..DOc "Family Favorite" (straight) per sack....80o 11 Rock Bottom" (bakers' pat.) per sack.... TOc Delivered anywhere in town. It costs 5c a sack to deliver flour. So we will discount above prices 5c a sack at the mill, or at our store next door south of Republican office. 70c—80c—90o delivered 05o—75c—85o you deliver We warrant our flour to be equal to any flour in town. 1 JONES & STACY. . Suitable for this time of the year. Ask for -them. THE GRANGE STORE. ECONOMY, CHASE & SANBOBN'S famous coffees and seal brand tea, Walker Bros,, e*T elusive agts- ig the Dutch Boy riding cultivator at A, M. & G. M, Johnson's, also the s, new ityle corn, loan, oa leog QJ- ihprt tar r hoard. ttyip , 841 LOOK out for the new wagon from the City Bakery. It will start soon and supply you with all kinds of baiter's goods at your own door. LIGHTEN your labor and Increase your crops by using the Bock Island disc harrow. The use of them will delight you, but not make you wild. Sold by A. M. & 6. M. Johnson, Algona, Iowa.-51 We Are Making Extremely low prices on fancy china, granite, and glassware. We wan them to go, and at our prices they will go. • THE GRANGE STORE. We Still Have Some of those 19-cent wool hose. It is a chance to secure good hosiery at factory prices. THE GRANGE STORE. LOT of farm machinery to trade for colts. John G. Smith. CAPES at Galbralth's. IP you are thinking of buying a buggy, call at A. M. & G. M. Johnson's and look over the work of the Henny Buggy Co., sold by them. It is the best.-61 BUY those 2-lb cans of coffee at the Opera House Grocery if you want a good drink, • THE national flour now is " Cereso- ta."—52 ECONOMY. . .A-. Oxr, Painter and Paper Hanger. Postal card orders promptly attended to. All work warranted lor five years, Carriage Painting a Specialty, Slagle's Harness Shop, Manufacturers and dealers in Harness, Saddles, Whips, and all Harness goods. Also a full line pt Trunks, Grips, and Telescopes. Repairing neatly and promptly done. All work flrsf- olass. Give us a call and we guarantee satisfaction. & SON, M ONEY ON ESTATE, HOXIE & BRUNSON, f?X.J8*Y?»i.J*ftJi. »»y virtue of a mm T& sWSTttTB Just Arrived Another Car OF- Alden Flour. Don't fail to try our White Foam. Also our " Ceresota," warranted to be the best in the market Walker Bros. FURNITURE I Sla.eid.eB. W E call especial attention to our new Book Racks and Wall Shelves. Just the thing for cheap book case. Complete stock of Undertaking Goods. A. 11. Flour, Flour, Flour. All those wishing flour at a bargain should be on hand Friday and Saturday, this week, to take it from the car. ZEose, per , pex seccr. 35c esc In lots of five sacks or more. J. R. & O. J. BUTTON. Whoa !==F10ur Choice Fancy Patent Flour, per sacfe : ** Choice Full Patent Flour, per sack, - Choice White Daisy Flour, per sack, - Choice Baker's (family) Flour, per sacfe Choice Graham, per sack, 12 Ibs., - Choice Graham, per sack, 24 Ibs,, - Choice Bolted Meal, per sack, 12 Ibs., Choice Bolted Meal, per sack, 24 Ibs,, - EVERY sack warranted equal to or BETTER than any other flour in this market, Every one ought now to use only the flour that is made at home, •0% ,|30c "75C 70c 60c 25c 40c 20c 35c DEATH AND A MORTG-AGMa. I T i? wj old adage tbftt » death and taxes" escape no one, It is equally true that aeatb and a mortgage is a combination you cannot sunder, Vben death and a mortgage combine, an estate usually goes into tbe bands of strangers, and tbe v?idow and orphans have little hope and no iplwV* The life work of the lather is defeated, He has sown and the harvest ft marketed •for the benefit of others than bis own family, , Mortgages are given for good and sufficient business reasons, and the transaction is safe enough ff the to tJRV It! hut havlnor nn naanminna nt Kvlnr. U 4 0 ...lo-Ii *. B _ _I_i jl policy of life insurance in the ROYAI, UNIONfaro tinwam MOoSfeffir W M Moines, In case death occurs, the money is at hand to nay' the mortgage and kte*tt his estate and loves his, family with Tag RoyAfc Ujpw I4F6 of Pee Moines,. Iowa, its. securities the State of lowft to guarantee the MiUtaent of »H I » wnTraots, that it wishes, those ooateapJating injuraiw to gamine, Jf it has not M BOO as the best it agea not expect your patronage; iUt basasgoolit wanTsvoup buslaess, For § Ml e*p,iaa»tlQ« send yo«p M, age, $& 5£jjg g ***** W J, I* PQNAUOQ, District Agent, Alg9D3i I BJNUMfiUA^HBM^A '•'>,''), ' 7 v V-V^B^^"'"* ^'^'"'CWf 1 t v A ii»* j ,'-» / ^

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