The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 29, 1895 · Page 8
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!f-jkikiaibabkmsJ*at& AL AmAut. io,i jti--aii.jaiaii\ i( ,,''i aB.'jut j&.i«*'" « T itiit.^jBL* « ' mai&e,M&,*a, ^iasa-***^ * a t ..,'*!* % .*«: >>M« / a-*-v«*» > • > tYj.m&Y ^ If95* , tefmaft f eseiVftd, tooney itsaned, tofefen and , d«fl68ttce*cliftiige'bDxiglit ftnd sold. Collec dsttfotnpttv, ana ft general jb&nking s ti&fiSSflieU Passage tickets to Or 1 the old toiffitries sold at lowest rates, f W»,tt. IMttAtt-.u B, MMBS^., ........... .....Vice President ......... Cash!** , -Ji A Ingtain, John tJ. Sittlth, if. B-JoSes; T. ChHSehllles, Lewis H, Smith, J, W. WftflsWofth, Barnet'Dett&e. Be First National Bank ............. . • • ....... 150,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A, CALL ................. President J), M. tiUTOHlNS ............. ; Vice President tVtt, It. FERGUSON ...... . ............ Cashier C. D, SMITH ..................... Asst. Cashier Directors— D. H. Hutchlns, S. A. Perguson, Phlllh Dorweller, W. P. Carter, Ambrose A. Call, B. H. Spencer, Win. K. Perguson. Jlonoy always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. ii! 4; £. i ALOONA, IOWA,; Officers and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, C. 0. Chubb, Vice Prest,, Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbraith, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Oooke. General Banking. • PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT YAULTSt PROFESSIONAL. "W^-^^^^^^^S^^X^^S^X^-^^WW^SJ^. '' 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 Chrlschilles' store. DANSON & BUTLER, . • LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. • Office In Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & MeMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxle-Fereuson hi jck. GEO. R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ALQONA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth County State Bank. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, , Algona, Iowa. ^* A ' L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, State St., one door east of Cordlngley, Residence, McGregor St., east of the public school building. H. C. MeCOY, M. D., ' PffYSICIAN. AND SURGEON. Special attention to city practice. K E PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. ' J. M, PRIDE, M. D., "PffYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Offlpe over Jno, Qoeders 1 store, on State street, Algona, Iowa. TV A, SCQTT, J4, D,, J;'- , tfffXSICIAN AND SURGEON, i^',; ' ' ' Algona, Iowa. ft-'' ?,-' , E, S. GtASIER, P. D. S., *£'v- .'->. ft?' '• *, >t /3U8&$QN DENTIST, >&-'' y r .' t '' Office oyer the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. PBNTiST, 4, L, MIST, P, D, S, koc&l anaestiietlc for deadening pain in '•• gujnsirbea extracting tepw, WE SAVE ..WOOL.. li No.O depattSftt FMpts^n&tie o. Od rdepfttts & tt.7 v l depfttts at 8i40pni 10:2$ Ate ,.... a:00pni _, , Pf elfrhts that catty paesengets— fto.7O6palS8ftt...... ...... .. No. 84 departs at ................... .. 1:45 pin , Agent. CHICAGO . , . .south— Mixed 8:18 a fi) Pass 3:07 pin Pass..,. 3:27 pin Mixed.... ... 6:20pin -•—•-••• """-Freight ~.'~K*Freight 9:80 am" freight. 0:30 a m Freight 7:53pia Pass, arrives at Chicago at 7 a ni; arrives at ties Molnes at 8:15 p in. Lv. Dee M. 2:80 a to , Mixed donnects wth flyer and arrives at Chicago at 8 a. in. P. H. Vast-Bit, Agent. THE CITY The county dads meet next Monday. Ben Winkle has remodeled hit house and made a big change for the better. R. M. Gardner is making a sizable addition to his home in Plum Creek, It is rumored that Hardy Buell in« tends to move to Minneapolis. Quarterly conference Friday morning at the Methodist church. Monday and yesterday were exceptionally dry and windy. W. D. Nugent is feeling pretty proud over a boy since Monday. Stone is being hauled for the new court house vaults. D. B. Avey's little daughter is down with scarlet fever. C. B. Matson got off to Missouri again last week. A little girl came Saturday at Chas. Sarchett's. A boy at Max Herbst's causes rejoicing. . . . Miss Zoa Wartman, will give a public musical recital at the Congregational church Friday evening, June 7. Up at Burt It is reported that the United Workmen will build a brick block east of Gilmore's store in Algona. Four Candidates are out for representative, Geo. E. Boyle, S. S. Sessions, S. Mayne and A. J. Dunlap. Children are requested to bring flowers for memorial day tonight to the Congregational church. •Manager Blossom is arranging to get an entertainment at the opera house for the Fourth. The thermometer was high in the 90's yesterday with a hot wind. Today is a repetition. Dr. Pride has moved to his new office rooms in the Heise block, and Dr. Scott also. ; . A. L. Hudson preached not long ago in the First Congregational church of Omaha. Frank Parish has raised the roof and enlarged his home near the normal school. The state weather report says the past week was four degrees below normal in temperature. The hay crop of the state will be light. Down at St. Jo. the CatLolics have built a brick veneered church costing over $12,000. It is to be dedicated sometime in July. J. B. Jones has bought 2,400 acres of rice land at Edgerly, La, It is reported in the paper as one of the biggest deals lately made. The cemetery is to have a new iron fence for memorial day. An agent was here last week assisting C. M. Doxsee in putting it up. The public will enjoy the band concert tomorrow evening in the court yard. The programme promises some excellent music. , PatKainis hauling rock for a new barn on his lots—the old Lock wood property. He will move to Algona this fall. Doxsee & Shaw's new map of Algona is hung in the postofflce. It is the first complete map yet made of the town, The county board intend to let all the iron bridge men make bids for the new St. Jo. crossing on the bridge they prefer, They will then pick out bridge and price at the same time, We note that G. H, Peters, our late supervisor, has been drawn to serve on the federal jury at Fort Dodge. The SALfi. frrota Mdy 29 to June" IS we will sell men's suits and b'dS's* suits at prices that will convince .the inost skeptical buyer that the Cloth UanftdtjUe bougfit tot what we ask for the* suit. Thfete is Money ih It fdf £ou to cotBe quick, frd das will ttfcke fiiich prices on fine goods. The neW price will be marked lit fed figures., Remember, What we advertise we do. J»Ve nave afl Object In doing It. NBW ENGLAND CLOTHING HotrsS. Officers will have some difficulty Itt serving a subpoena on him. It is reported that Prof. F, M. Chaf* fee Was severely injured by att ampi< theatre collapsing at Iowa Falls at the college athletic exhibition last Friday. No details are at hand. Ambrose A. Call has 1,000 acres of rice this season on his Louisiana plantations, and Archie Hutchison antici' pates 15 barrels to the acre. That will be a big crop. A nephew of Mrs, J. W. WadsWorth stopped in town Monday on his way with team and carriage to the Yankton reservation in Dakota, which has been opened, It is likely that the fatigue coats that Company F will get will be after a new pattern. The state has adopted one with a small metal " Iowa," on the neck, and less braid, The old coat looked too much like a band uniform. ,J. H. Quick, our old school teacher, put in a bill for $1,187.60 for 47 days, work prosecuting the board of supervisors over at Sioux City. He has struck a better thing than the Wesley school. The Fourth regiment will march this year if a brigade encampment is not ordered, and if it marches the companies will meet at Algona and march to Fort Dodge going 10 miles a day. The route would be delightful being along the river all the way. At the meeting of United Workmen last night it was decided to accept the' invitation of the Grand Array to march in the procession to the cemetery. All members of, the order are therefore requested to meet at Memorial ball at 1:30 p. m., of Decoration day. Henry Horan, while working at the planing machine in Johnson's shop yesterday, slipped his open hand on the planer. His fingers were not caught but the knife cut out .the ball of his hand and gave him a serious wound. The whole face of his hand was shaved off. All the public school teachers will accept for next year except Miss Farrell of. Mason City and Miss Louise McCoy. Miss Coate, whose salary was raised to $700, has not yet signed, as she has an offer in Montana. Miss Farrel receives $40 a month and Miss McCoy was offered $50, but both feel that they can secure better positions. The special train to Livermore next Tuesday for the Odd Fellows leaves Elmore at 6:30 in the morning; Ledyard, 7:12; Bancroft, 8:10; Burt, 8:60; Algona, 9:30j Irvington, 9:40; LuVerne, 9:55, and arrives at 10:15 at Livermore. It leaves that place at 4:40 in the afternoon and reaches Algona at 5:30 to catch the Milwaukee passenger east. Sheriff Samson is going to get out a card showing every justice, constable, or other peace officer in the county, with his postoffice address. All the sheriffs in the state will do the same and each will send a card .to the rest, so that all will have an official record for the state. The plan was adopted at the recent state meeting of sheriffs. The ladies of the Congregational church will meet at the home of Mrs. J. M. Cowan Friday, May 31, at 3 p. m. to listen to a report from our delegate to the meeting at Spencer, also a report of what has been done by the ladies of the church for home missions for the year ending April, 1895, by the secretary. Last Saturday the supreme, court appointed the examining committee of the state to conduct the examinations at the Iowa City law school, Among the 10 appointed S, S, Sessions ia chosen from Algona, G, H. Shellenberger of Humboldt and M, F, Healey of Fort Dodge are two of the committee. This is quite an honor for the colonel. Charley Smith is arranging a pro- gramme of rUnfliug races for the Fourth, and will compete With the del" ebrtttioh committee for the crowd. He will put up big purses and draw all the fancy running horses from these parts. We can see by the division how many prefer a free show on the street aba how many will pay their quarter for races at the fair grounds. The street fakir who paid $60 iti fines for doing business in Algona a few Weeks ago Is operating over east, The Osage News says he reaped a good harvest with his Watches and chains there. Senator Bailey of the Decorah Republican also reports him and says: "This sort of swindling must not be tolerated on our streets. It must not be licensed. There will be a rebellion if it is allowed in the future." The Sioux City Journal of yesterday reports the arrest at Dubuque of Miss Dorcas M. Russell on the charge of beating a hotel bill at Emmetsburg, It says: It seems Miss Russell is known to hotel keepers in Sioux City, Sioux Falls, Sheldon, Algona. and elsewhere. She is an accomplished musician and a globe trotter, having visited every country under the sun. While in Emmetsburg she aecelved a remittance from England. Sheriff Samson and Peter Christenson were Up at Plpestone last week for the third time to testify in the case against young Ristau of Lu Verne, charged with stealing a team. He was acquitted, chiefly because Kirkham, the man whose team was stolen, helped him out. It will be remembered that Kirkham was on the make when first in Algona, and the change* in his attitude could probably be explained by the right parties. The social Union club meets Friday evening, with the following programme: Music, Misses Randall and Helen Starr; "The Relation of the People to the Enforcement of the Law," Rev. Kennedy; "The Negro Question in Some of Its Present Phases," Miss Durant; music, Edith Bowyer; "Consumption, Its Causes and Means of Pevention," Dr. Ken- eflck; vocal solo, Miss Wartman. This is a very excellent programme and a full house should be present. Dr. Morse is acting as secretary of his class in college and is getting up a book to celebrate the 10th commencement anniversary, the class having graduated in 1885. Each of the 78 raduates is to give a sketch of his or er career before going to college and since, a report of some interesting case in practice, and answer the question whether the study of medicine is to be commended. He has already received several of the reports and when all are in will have them printed. The piano men, who did business in the county a couple of weeks ago, struck the wrong man when they tried to put a piano into Seth Newcomb's home in Irvington. They worked along until they began to talk to him about it, and he told them that they could put in all the pianos they wanted to on the condition that he would sign no papers. When they found that he meant it they decided that that was not the neighborhood they were looking for. Pat Kain while in Chicago with his stock met a young man who hailed him by name, and who said he lived at Algona some years ago. Pat looked at him hard and couldn't recall ever having seen him, and turned to go. The young man started as if to follow and asked Mr. Kain which way he was going. " I am going to follow my nose," responded our shrewd stock man and the young man concluded to follow his in an opposite direction, The confidence game didn't go far that time. THE best bulk coffee in the market at the Opera House Grocery, ^*^('.^-A* i-y^T-^?- ^T^ 1 ™* - i r r i|«?y*^" I ~v •' ^ T ,ir^~ f^ *• Y^igf ""•• I at a remwteblj'.losv pnes.. ii^^ss^^^S^^^^^^S^sii FURNITURE! E call especial attention :to our new. Book Racks and Wall Shelves. Just the thing for cheap book case. Complete slock of Undertaking Goods. Irvington,' Iowa. Me Six boxes for 25c, J. R. & C. J. Here is a Partial List —of the goods we shall handle during the season of 1895 Brown Corn Planters, Brown Corn Plows, Brown Corn Harrows, Owens Fanning Mills, Standard Mowers, Full Steel Frame Disc Harrow, Finest Buggies, Surreys and Phaetons on earth. Bradley & Nicoulin, Support Home Interests, I will sell you better flour than any store in town, and for less money. Is it not right and just to use flour made at home and save your money? NSURANCE. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Pboents of Hartford, Hanover of New yprfc, Minnesota, Fire, Mlnp^apoiis, RpoWpra of Rocfcford; * Ltoyd'sPJate Glass of tfew York, Umw4 Stete? Lite pf New Yorftr Also Land, Teas, Oxx, Painter A New Harness Shop,

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