The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1895 · Page 1
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feg. • 5 '.*i ! ISTABMBSM) AL00HA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, " Trilby" Glassware'»*= handsome thing. Entirely new, At the- Opera House Grocery. S New Goods Hove A ri Silks of all kinds. Laces, Dress Goods, Carpets, Rugs and Draperies. 'erators. Don't Be Deceived in making your selection. We have the Refrigerator which received the Highest Award At the World's Fair. Here is one of the facts worth considering, and -which caused it to take the premium over all others, It has a double system of circulation within its ice and provision chamber, and with this system of circulation it is more economical in its use of' ice than any other refrigerator made, Please call and see it, J, W, Robinson, Brownell & Allred, JQWA. _imt. Boots and Shoes. You will buy aot half try* a SUIT FOR ATTOENM PEE, Kelly Sectii-es & Against West fiend la the Not ed Daiaage Case, Judge Quattoti Readers a Deeisibn en &H taht Question—MlSeftik News of the Northwest. A lawyer's law suit was tried at Emtaetaburg last Friday before Judge Quarton. Lawyers conducted it and lawyers furnished the evidence. It arose out of the suit of JBdith WhtJe- lock of Algona against the .town of West Bend for $l,tt)0 oil account of injuries received from falling on a defective sidewalk, Barney Kelly was secured to defend for the towtt, and after putting in time and labor In preparing a defense, luckily stumbled upon a technical point which shut the plaintiff out and stopped the suit. As soon as this point was reached a disagreement as to fees arose, and the present suit was to collect $250 out of the town for the services he had rendered. Morling of Etntnetsburg and Geo. E. Clarke appeared for Barney ,. and Botsford und Mike Healey of Fort Dodge for the town, and it .was the lawyers of all the Milwaukee road towns against Fort Dodge as to the reasonableness of the charge, The Fort Dodge lawyers all swore that $100 was enough, while the outsiders said $250 was little enough. Geo. R. Cloud and J. W. Sullivan were over from Algona as witnesses, and a Court room full of lawyers were present. The jury after deliberation brought .. in a verdict of $210, which was considered on both sides as a victory for Barney. The costs amount to over $200 more. The West Bend Journal feels deeply aggrieved at the testimony in Barney's behalf as is evidenced by such comments as the following, which are scattered through its columns: If some of the attorneys who testified for the plaintiff in the Kelly case Wednesday at Emmetsburg could be bought at the actual value of their services and sold for what they appraise them at, the profit would be a competency for any reasonable man. A Curious Law Question. Judge Quarton has returned his decision in the case of Bollard vs. Healy, in which Bollard was trying to recover pay for one half of a brick wall. The history of the case is given by the Pocahontas Record as follows: About two years ago Col. Healy concluded he would build on his lot which joined Bollard's building, and he put up a building one story high and only 26 feet long. Bollard claimed that Healy should pay him for one half of the entire wall, while Healy would only admit that he was indebted to Bollard for the value of the wall that he used. Judge Quarton decided that Col. Healy's view of the matter was right and returned a verdict for the amount of the value of one half of the wall that the colonel is using. The decision will be of interest to all those who desire to erect buildings in the business portion of towns. _____ Some New Towns for Kossutli. Blue Earth Post: We see by the Ledyard Leader and Elmore Eye that G. W. Pangburn, the Elmore attorney and real estate man, 'is to be the father of a new town in Iowa, which is to be known as Pangburn. It is seven miles west of Ledyard and six miles from Swea City, in a very beautiful and fertile section. Our friend "Pang" owns something less than a thousand acres of land in that vicinity and we congratulate him upon having his name perpetuated the same as Dustin. We expect soon to see the northern parji of Kossuth blossoming with the beautiful villages of " Pangburn,'' "Carey," "Basmussen," "Tayjpr,"and " Moore," for they are all hustlers and have done much toward settling the northern part of that county, peppered by Lightning, Over about Emmetsburg the lightning in the big Friday storm picked put live stock with a vengeance. The Tribune enumerates as follows; In Lost Island, John Nelson, a heifer; in Walnut, Z. F, Dickinson a hog, Pat Moriarty $ steer, John Lafferty two cows, John Brennan calf killed; Ver» non, Larry Conway'e barn damaged; Freedom, Mrs, Terence Cullen and Jacob Thompson's barns damaged; Great Oak, Pat Molloy a hog, Peter Wagner one mule; a farmer named Gqevig had five com Meeting »t I4verjnore, A council of Methodises at Lu Verne last week voted to bold the Algona district oawpmeetiog at Llvermpre, this summer, At first it was a tie vote between Lake Mills, Golflfieia, and Wvermore. The Jfew eaye; D, A, MoBurney was again ejected manager oUbet<H»ti8, etc. Rey, A, W» kwoe was elected chorister and Miss Evelyn Brown of Lake MJUi was elected organist for the ensuing year. " Finest of the Wheat" No 3 will be the eong Tbe teawBu known At &r§pte4 thfe spring the Spirit k&Ke or? KjoBuwnt ii to be fera&Uy p»$efi oa JJjJy 4, at wfeiofc ^ ooi' wiU < . won th.9 part oive T i3fti *««--•-*»- —ii J?^ jMfc week* The Herald eaysJ 3?he ohUfoh "Was! jtistfar-tifioughaloflg t6 tsateh all the Wifidafld was blown down, H&ttk§ & Sterzbach's barn wad als6 demolished and sevefal saoka of seed flax tbofough' ly soaked. Le&set- daffiage was dohe to Staall buildings but hfl one Was hurt so fat as We have heard. Your Painting Will be well done If you get T7T7T?\T to do It. '— -T .C/.n.JLN House and sign painting and paper hang Ing as good as the best. Carriage palming a specialty. 83^-1 want your work. A. D. FERN. swca city Odd A good-sized delegation of the Odd elloes ef Bancroft went up ta Swea City Thursday evening and instituted a new lodge, tfhe hew lodge has 17 charter Members. The ttegister says! Banker Richmond was one of the victims, and 'tis said the fesky goat took especial delight in bunting him around the robta. brutality nt West Bond. The Journal reports a shocking out- ra#e. For some trivial offense a Httle child was set upon by it's mother who, for half an hour* maltreated the little one shamefully, until one of the neighbors interfered. The poor child's back was all black and blue from the effects of the terrible beating it had received, Woman's nights at Buffalo Center. Buffalo Center is wrought up by a wife beating scrape. Joe Groen and wife are an elderly couple of the town and one day last week had an altercation, Groan pounded her till she was unconscious and she was so badly injured that she was not able to appear at the time set for trial. Has an Intellectual People. Buffalo Center Tribune: Kossuth county, now has ten newspapers. Her people do not lack for intellectual food. M. P. HAOOABD. G. F. PEEK Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Joiios & Smith.] Abstracts, Real Estate, AN ?.» Collections, ALGONA, IOWA. I I hare been in the ice business in Algona for 17 years and I am here to stay. I will furnish Ice the coming season as usual. Get my prices before you contract. PETER WINKEL. 'Positively I will not be undersold. •>•.•' Water or No Pay. We have a newwell-dlgglng outfit, the best , that Is made, and one -well adapted to this section. Our long experience in making wells warrants us in guaranteeing satisfaction In all cases. . FRASER BROS. OCULIST, All diseases of the eye treated. Glasses adjusted for errors of refraction and accommodation. No charge for examination. For several weeks Dr. Murphy baa been in New York taking a post-graduate course on the eye, and will remain there until April 83, DR, PRESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Tliroal First-class accommodations at reasonable rates, Operations for cataract, strabismus, nasal deformities, etc. Catarrh rationally treated and cause removed. Spectacles scientifically fitted ; finest quality lenses ground to order, Office hours, 10 to 13, 1 to 5, except Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Oppo site Park hotel, Mason City, Dr. Preston viu- Its Algona regularly, At }}r, Stull's office, wall paper the best in Algona? Most anybody will tell you is the man. He does good painting, too. \v|im-e fur examination j pay both wwyfi if not satS- f«9Wry, iW styles of tfcrrlsgos. «o styles of lavnuss, Bendlctu, or 113 pwge catalogue, If you want nice, fresh ,".'**" for your table call on us and see what we keep, m Lettuce, Radishes, Onions, Asparagus, Pie Plant. Strawberries* Tuesday and Friday^ :i All kinds of Fruits. *" „,' Langdon & Hudson* -'Tfe 'X^8 -^ ' '*J-5 ition 011 Flies. npHERE are a great many kinds of flies, which I will, prb- 1 ceed to mention. There are horse flies, bottle flies^ house flies, and a great many others which I will not mention, including mosquitos. We will see all of them before the snow flies. There are no flies on Doxsee's screens. He has screen doors—and windows and -wire screen cloth. Pa says many Christian homes have been shattered by not having screens at the doors and windows, and they are so cheap this year that no one 'can afford to have flies in his soup for dinner, and hash for supper, unless he likes flies. His spring hinges and door springs will shut a door quicker than a fly can think. This is all I have to say about flies. If you want to know any more about them go to Doxsees ; , •• ,> ,•.../;> 'Hardware Store. - '."•'•.y. FIRE SALE. , ! I am going to close out my entire stock of Boots and Shoes regardless of what they cost. . I have settled with the insurance companies and shall let the goods go At Your Own Price. The goods are but slightly damaged, and the bargains you will get will make your hair stand. This sale for THIRTY DAYS ONLY. At Bronson's jewelry store. g; ft. Anderson,, Look for It, Don't Miss to Try It, Everyone Speaks Well of It What, is It? 1- A choice assortment /^> A \TF*\T"CO f of the finest , , , , W/\1N L/lCu i t Ever brought to Algona, WHO SELLS IT? JAMUS PATTEBiQN, Bofc Agt.'^ •'.>m ^S ' : *l « ' 'ifti It will be to your interest aUkmd§, father,

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