The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1895 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1865, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, APBtL 10, 1895. YOL, U le. The prettiest pattern in decorated crockery in Algona, Call at the Opera House Grocery WEPT OVER THE EIMA1KS. A Democratic Gathering at Masoti City That Seem to Have Been Sad— Otir James Was In It County Seat Without ft Poatoffice State jewelers in Session eral Notthwest News. The birth in June 4. and see s New Goods Silks of all kinds. Laces, Dress Goods, Carpets, Rugs and Draperies. A soft of funeral gathering was held at Masoti City last Week td weep over the departure of Thos. Jefferson and of Jeffersonian simplicity, It was held in the shadow of the Chicago election, which made the democratic gloom as hard to penetrate as a before-the-war chicken, J, J. Ryan attended as a mourner along with John P. Dunoombe JTg^g. and some other old timers from this section, and delivered an epitaph for the tombstone which marks the place where Grover's Hawaiian policy Is buried. The Gazette says he did well and relieved the strain the previous speakers had put the audience under. It says: u It was not good to hear so much wisdom without throwing in a little of genuine Irish wit, and Toastmaster Sorter introduced J. J, Ryan of Algona as the ' handsome young Frenchman,' to respond to the toast 'The Hawaiian Question or the Woman in Politics.' Ryan from the first jump captured the audience, and it was seldom,' if ever, we. heard so much wit in so short a space of time." The Republican is not so complimentary but it says: "Hon. J. J. Ryan of Algona told some pretty good stories. He was cheered for the bright things he did say." The Times-Herald says: "Hon. J. J. Ryan of Algona discussed 'The Hawalfn Question, or the Woman in Politics,' in a thoroughly convincing and businesslike manner and quite roused the risibilities of the people. He will be kindly and appre- ciatingly remembered." County Scat Without a PoBtofflce. It has been said that Pocabontas is the only county seat town in Iowa without a railroad. Concord, Hancock county, not only has no railroad but now has no postofflce. Harvey Swel- gard, a young man who grew in Wesley, has been postmaster, but the office is discontinued since last week. The Garner Signal says: The discontinuance of the Concord office looks like poor economy, but it will save a few dollars to the department, and just about such a cheese paring act as can be expected from the Cleveland administration. It is necessary to save a little money to pay the expenses of Grover's hunting trip. The State Jewelers' Meeting. E, G. Bowyer, Algona's long time jeweler, was not only elected president of the state association at Des Moines, but also a delegate to the national meeting which comes at St. Louis in July. He will attend. The state officers are as follows: President, E. G. Bowyer, Algona; vice president, D. A. Curtis, Knoxville; secretary, H. Kirkpatrick, Battle Creek; treasurer, C. A. Cole, Winterset. Directors, H. H. Feige, Lake City, Theodore L. Rogg, Des Moines. Delegates to national meeting at St. Louis in July, C. A. Cole, Winterset, E. G. Bowyer, Algona. Alternates, Theo. L. Rogg, Des Moines, and M. Woolman. Council Bluffs. of that city are not* betfig gulled by buying Common soap for corn cure and every day fed clover for cologne seed. Iowa's fast ftuttner. Johii V, dfuttt of loWft City* whb has won all the 100 yard races in late years in the College contests, defeated James Collins, the ainateui* champion of Eng- l&ttd, last Week making the 100 yards in 10 seconds fiat. The. best previous record for Iowa was 10 1-6 seconds, Antitial Odd Fellows' Meeting. The Odd Fellows of Etnmet, Kossuth, Palo Alto and Hutnboldt counties will celebrate the anniversary of the order's this country at Livermore FOB SALE—Full blood Holstein J. J. Wllson.-6it8 bull. . Oxx, Are you fond of Nice Dishes? If you are, we have something that will please you, A nice line of— Painter and Paper Hanger. Postal card orders promptly attended to. All work warranted for five years. Carriage Painting a Specialty. A New Harness Shop. S. P. CHEISTENSEN Has opened a harness shop In the front room of his livery barn, and keeps on hand Harness, Blankets, Robes, Call and look them over. Langdon & Hudson. Also new patterns of Glassware. f? Xfl -V- Samantha Allen Entertains the Horse Doctor. and everything in the line of horse clothing. Go and see him for goods in his line. Will exchange harness for fresh cows and those soon to be fresh. Does repairing of all kinds. M ONEY ON REAL ESTATE. HOXIE & BRUNSON. That the Garland DR. L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines. Full assortment always on hand of drugs, mod- clnes, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only. «.xa.a. atafU.O33.vx7-. LE&AL. Stoves and Ranges are sold with the absolute guarantee of being the finest and best constructed stoves in the market. In case of any imperfection in material or workmanship the manufacturer agrees to make the same good. THE GARLANDS are the only stoves made with a mixture of the highest grade of iron and aluminum. The COLUMBIAN Garland Steel Range Requires Less Fuel and bakes quicker than any other steel range made. Please call and get prices before buying, J am at the old stand, where I have been for the past 33 years, J. W. Robinson. THAT Do You Know ^—-^— ^—. —,———f Brownell & Allred A Sample Township. The West Bend Journal publishes a lot of statistics about Garfield township. Twenty years ago or more the Dorweilers went across Crawfish bottom and began their little settlement, and it is interesting to note the, results. The township now has 95 dwellings, 98 families, 539 people, and in 1894 had 32 births to one death. The Journal says: Garfield township is populated almost entirely by Germans and a remark we heard made once by a prominent and wealthy farmer of that township, clearly proves the class and character of the people. He said there were not to exceed a half-dozen nen in the township whose note he would be afraid to sign for $1,000. Has an Uncle in Koeautb, The sheriff and city marshal at Spencer recognized a familiar face at the depot Monday and invited the wearer of the same to tarry a few days at the expense of the county, They were confident he is the fellow who was there a few weeks ago and who accord* ing to well founded supppsition proved to be one of the chaps who etole the clothing from a store in AUa. He gave his name then as John Burns and then said he bud an uncle in Kossutb county, He was taken to Alta, tbe News said, and held. He probably has no uncle in this county. Good for Its Size, The EJstnervilie Democrat says; "Algona has completed her census and is found to have a population of a UMJe over 2,400. AJgona { 8 ft ve ry pice small town," This palls our attention to the ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE of Iowa, in and for Koasuth County, May Term, 1896. To Sarah Hagar, defendant: You are here by notified that there is now on file the petition of Julius Hagar in the office of the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa in and for Kossuth county, claiming of you a divorce from the bonds of matrimony, alleging as cause therefor certain acts of adultery, all of which will at large appear from an Inspection of said petition. Also asking that be be awarded the absolute title to the northwest quarter of See, No. 33, Twp. No. 100, north of Range 27, west of the 5th P. M., in Kossuth county, Iowa, as will also appear from an inspection of said petition; ana that unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the May term of the said court, which will commence at Algona on the 20th day of May, 1805, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon as provided by law. Dated this Oth day of April, A. D. 1805. GKO. R. CLOUD. 3t4 Atty. for Plaintiff. Josiah bed drove onto the yard jest 23 minits past 11, and stopped at the house and hollered fur me to cum out. I thot sure he was ded or sumthin' dredful had happened, fur Josiah had never hollered like that afore. I was so skared that 1 dropped my pan of do' for sody bisklt square on the floor and run to the door, when I caught my new calico dress that I had jest put on (fur the horse doctor bed cum about 10 to test the old brindle cow fur tu-bercles or three bercles, I forget which) and tored it most off. Well, what do you think! Josiah bed one of them new STEEL KANGES in the wagon that he hot at Mr. Doxeee's hardware store. I was so sot back that I most fainted right afore the horse doctor. Josiah says: "Cum, Samantha, we haint no time fur a specticle here," and asked the doctor if he thot me and him could carry one end and he would the other, and Samantha could test the range while they tested old brindle. Well, must say if he can't test cows any better'n he can carry stoves he couldn't never find tu-bercles. I act'lly believe he didn't lift a pound. As I sed, Jo- siah drove onto the yard at 23 minits past 11, and jest 3 minits past 12 I bed the dinner steamln' hot on the table. I knowed my face was red workin over the range, and when the doctor looked at me and sed: " Mr. Allen, yer wife looks lots younger than you," I could feel it gitten redder an' redder, and when he sed he never et such a good dinner afore an' he sed be didn't see bow I could get it up so quick, I knowed you could have fried beef stake on my cheeks—fur we have been married f most 10 years and Josiah don't praise my cookin' no more—I sed I 'lowed I knowed sumthin' about cookin', but it was that thare STEEL RANGE that made it reddy so quick, and I told Josiah right then and thair that if he ever let any of his relations ever buy ennything but one of them STEEL RANGES at Mr. Doxsee's hardware store Saint Peter would never let him into heaven, Josiah said he took it on trial, and if it would cook a dinner as quick as that it was good enough fer ennybody, and be went to town that very afternoon and paid for it. YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. G ARRY the Finest, the Largest, and the Best stock of Boots and fho§s in Kossuth county? THIS is A FACT, and we are always phased to see you and show you our goodSf NOW IS THE TIME fw Rubber Pools, Leather Boots, •bl %*> IT •trar * iMbiMp »h *#il#>*s* .T, r>i J / _ -11 1 :«J~ *C iiii.iiiiniiiii.il. in .I..H. ..ii.iiiiiiiiiijniii.»iniiii.i.uiiiiiiiiii plow Shoes, and for all Hinds of working shoes, WE HAVE THEM- Also a superb line of i#dies, T Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes for spring and sun> mer wear, BEOWNELL & ALLBSP, IOWA.. the city "p'JJJw has been closed ftt Estherville for lack, of Algona is not t a ^big city H ,ut has not yet peep compelled to wal to the depots to send telegrams, 49H»Un9 Nortnel Schools, At the teachers' convention at Sioux next week, Pgunty Superintendent of Pes Moines discusses: must have more noraai ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE STATE of Iowa, In and for Kossutb County, May Term, 1805. To Mrs. P. B, Strong and D. B. Strong, defendants: You are hereby notified that there is now on file the petition of plaintiff, E. W. Fuller, in the office of the clerk of tbe district court of the state of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, claiming of you the partition of the following described real estate, situated in Kossutb county, Iowa, to wit: Lot No. 14 in Block Three in inghara's addition to Algona, Iowa; also asking for attorney's fees and costs, all of which will at large appear from an inspection of said petition; ana that unless the second day of tbe next term, being the May term of the said court, which will commence at Algona, on the 30th day of May, 1805, default will be entered against you and Judgment aud decree rendered Thereon as provided by law. Dated this 9th day of April, A. D. 1805. 3t4 GEO. R. CLOUD, Atty. tor Plaintiff. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT; IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Henry Hauserman, deceased. To all the heirs or creditors of the above- named estate: You are hereby notified that on or before the Iqth day of May, 1805, said administrator will file with the clerk of tbe district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, his ftnal report, and ask tp be discharged; and you are further notitled that all objections thereto must be filed with said clerk on or before the first day of said term of said court, which win W.J. Druggist Look for It, Don't Miss to Try It. Everyone Speaks Well of It, convene and be hplden at county, pn the 80tb day of report will be apprpvea ona. in Kossuth ay, J805, or said and said administra- Iowa is going to extend her school syeten> some of these days Algona should keep m eye put CPUPPU peeling SIBPP TUe», Tribune;' top store of tor discharged and bis bonds released. 3t3 o° B. HUTQHINS. Administrator. SHERIFFS SALE. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a ipeolai execution to me directed by the clerk >f the district court of JCossuth county, Iowa, tost tUe goods, chattels, land$, tenements, — ' Treejnan, Olive Freeman. J?bo.e- of p, 4, nsurance co and Wnj. Stewart defendan 8, Ellsworth a»4 fc. H. Jo I wW o«er at puwio sale est and best bidder, for flew of the opurt house, i county of jCoesutb, Iowa, OB the iu May, 1885. between the hoars of 9 o cl ' ll o Bradley , Jn {ftvor of What is It?- A choice assortment of the finest t . , , CAND Ever brought to Algona, WHO SELLS J4M1B Jt will be to your UUt?§s41»,j on WATER TANKS w GAS PIPE and 'FITOJUw^ all kinds, Leather> Rubber, ^, Complete stock of HOSE and Fittings. Qbbe Valves and all kinds of Steam Fittings, QJk§ of all Unfa Imbricating Oils, Cylinder Oils, seed QU, Kerosene and Gas«Une,

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