The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 19, 1895 · Page 8
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r; ff & imaflBj ..ness »L mtnebldi ?&« :' fMttftlSDjUW? '%M6m J *T at fates, frjB/i $«!^iwfi'A' The First National Bank .mV ..... ... .- .,,.,180,000 4 > . • Special attention felreii to collections. , AMBROSE A» tiALL... ........... ...President H, HUTCttlNS ..... , , , , ..... Vice President WM, K, fEttGUSON .......... . ..... .. ti, », sMlttt ....... , ,.„,... ..... Asst , , H. fiutchltts, S, A. Ferguson, Piulltt Dorweiler, w. P. Garter, Ambrose A, C«i, K, fi. Spencer, Win. K. Ferguson. . - ' "Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing fiMt-clasa security, CASH CAPITAL, $50,000, '> \Offietr» mid tottectar*— • ,, A. D. Otarke, President, <3. 0. Ohubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbraith, ',' Fred. M. Miller. ; ^ Myron Schenck, ,•/, Thos. F. Cooke. ,'« • ^ . General Banking, ^ ]- PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. *\ '^Cff"interest paid on time deposits.' PROFESSIONAL. CLARKE •& COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block. , • "> S. S. y SESSIONS, ," ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money' to loan on chattel security. Over Ohrischllles' store. f, " PANSON & BUTLER, >. ,. LAW. LOANS. LAND. : ' Collections a specialty. f i ' "Office in Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-FerKuson bl jck. ' GEO. R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Quarton,] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ' AIX3ONA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth County State Bank. • E. V. SWETTING, AS'TONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. L. K. GARFIELD, M, D., PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. Office, State st,, one door east of Cordingley. •Residence, McGregor St., east of the i' public school building, ," H, C. MeOOY, M. D., fffYSICIAN AND 8URQEON, * '' Special attention to city practice. PHY*ICIAN AND SURGEON, IwinlM* . 1C. PRIDE, M. D,, s AND 8PRGEON, t>t" ^Office over Jw>, Goeows' store, on State street, J * ,'- <•!" AJgPBft, Iowa. • H , T, A'. SCOTT, M, P., AND SURGEON, 5(, Iowa, •V;'f*7 - 'iCgVGLASJER, P, P, S,, j£ ,8ffftff$QN' DENTIST, ||n' r ^eegygF fee v g^te Bank, Algop». Iowa. ^^s:jT'" r ^W 1 :' 1 .; r U'/t:' 4 '*' \18ltJr J i J '~" S - , D, D, ^, ning pain Jn ww> LiK^TW^S*7^ F ^ P 'ST'W-f.fW r ^"V/'-'ON ; Sfcili-^''! &m^. 6i40gH M ~ \f " i8:2 ft ft fWght...... 7!63jim Freight.;..>. 8:30 am Pass. afttves at Ofilcago at 7_a fit; atfives at ties MoifieS at 8 ilop m. Lv: Dei! Mi B130 a m Mi&e'd.Sbn'ne'dtS with'.n'ye'l? and ftfrtvestitChi' cag&atSa.mi F. a CITY CIRCUIT, drops never looked better ih ICossuth at this season. G. #. Peek has been laid up with tonsilitis the past week, Dr. Boweh has bought Dr. Paul's business in Whittemore. Mr. Durdall has 80 business firms to take part in the parade on the Fourth. The Grand Army extend thanks to the children for flowers for memorial day, Misses Belle Tellier and Claire Gilbert won the class honors in the high school, Peter Purvis has the timber for his new flag pole on the court house. It is 10x10 inches, 48 feet long. Andy Dunlap says he intended to be down to move that fair ground fence, but got mixed up on the dates. Chas. Walker says he is disposing of the Frink stock at Wesley quite .rapidly. He hopes to close it out shortly. Ice cream and lawn social at E. J. Gil more's tomorrow evening. All are invitpd to come and have a good -time. A bowery dance at M. O'Rourke's grove in Riverdale is on for Friday evening. Refreshments and good music will be on hand. A. F. Dailey' has bought A. C. Scott's interest in the well digging outfit of Scott & Dailey and will hereafter conduct the business himself; Samuel May ne was the only candidate at the fair ground bee and we voice the sentiment of all in stating that he is a good fence builder. The call for the county convention is published this week. There will be 112 delegates and the lucky man in the legislative race must have 57. Chas. Smith is to have an official score card for his races on the Fourth so the public can know which horse is winning. It will be in regulation city style. The Kings Daughters give a. supper in Zahlton's grove, Thursday, June 27. Sandwich, coffee, and cake 10 cents, ice cream and cake 10 cents. Everybody come and have a good time. The Dunlaps, Marsh Stephens & Co., will cut 6,500 acres of grass land this summer, running 16 mowing machines, and making 6,000 tons of hay if the crop holds up to present prospects. Prof. Dixson reports that on last Thursday there were 557 pupils enrolled in the main building and 554 were in actual attendance. That is a pretty big showing of attendance. C. B, Matson, who drilled at Iowa City in the battery, is planning to fire a flag salute of 21 rounds with the G. A, R. cannon on the morning of the Fourth. The noise w.ill begin at sunrise. x Some sacreligious youths, who filled the key-hole of the memorial hall door with peas and compelled the veterans to climb through a window to get the door open, are laying up an unpleasant occasion for the future. Miss Mame Farrell has decided to retain her room in the public school, and the corps of teachers will be the same next year as it has been last. Miss McCoy's and Miss RandalUs are the vacancies to be filled. The band boys sent for their uniforms yesterday, They consist of a dark green coat with black braid, pantaloons and caps to match. They will make the Fourth of July sun glad that it has anything so handsome to shine on, Weather Clerk Pettibone says that June has 4,18 inches of rain to its credit thus far, or considerably • more than the average for the whole month. The rains have been abundant and the soil is wet where it has not been for several years, Fred, Heath is having trouble with his band which held Stelsser's bullet. It is badly swollen and it will be months before be cap use it, Dr, Keneflok is wing for him, he living with bia brotheHn'law in AJgona, Grant Hamilton, The Milwaukee company have put a dining oar on the morning train west and evening train east between Mason City and'Sanborn. It is a. lunob car, where the p^enger orders what be w^nts and pays accordingly. This is » great convenience to travelers." Or&nge Minkler y^s. down to, Inde- ndenpe last week to see his wife. he is atill deranged and the asylum do not encourage him that able to owe home ebprt of .Bewethatbeoaji netlee tmpweweoi TW.Q nei her fariperi dowp in and David Bake Pv Wtffeout Ifie fdtfd 'otslbioft ol itt patronS tie" teSih§s8 ( hdilSe ; cats ekfrifct fel SttcSesd. The opinion trails atBBftt M»f Stift- toffiSft! thai We always teitti 'Iti the impertftflt fnattets of low Mice attd ttgfc Value. WdM now ufftil Jtily 4tfi ^.Will fuKnefttoldth6fiubli68fiiai6ntotliefact that ftt the New EnftlaM y6H get the gotrai SS advertised &nd tralues We afi feptesented. DbRtoAtt & Co. be iakea td niftke ft perfflatteht OPf attf; zation of it and secure a band, A good band is ft Valuable addition to A town, and AlgoHa has ft good band, Algona loses a firm this week, J, J. ttann has decided to go to Minneapolis and will leave this week, his cousin, Mr, Uriel, returning to Elkader. Mr. Kantt has been a popular citizen alid he and his wife will be missed by the acquaintances they have mude while here. MlssRabdall, who has taught'music in the schools for some* years, will go to Milwaukee soon to live With an aunt, who has recently lost an only daughter. This will create another vacancy in the corps of teachers to be filled, The school board bought her music charts and will keep them for future use. A telegram announced yesterday that Mrs. Goo. D. Osborne of Humboldt died Sunday of quick consumption. Her maiden name was Rose Martin and she had many friends in the western part of the county. . Mr. Osborne is a nephew of D. Rice and Mrs. Ingham and is recorder of Humboldt county. Over 100 delegates are present at the Christian Endeavor convention and enthusiastic meetings are being held. Tonight Dr. Beardshear addresses them at the Congregational church. Last evening President Kinzer gave a rousing talk on the work and aims of the society. The meetings ara opeato all and the church will not hold the crowd tonight. J. R. Dutton has the foundation in on his Cresco farm for one of the best barns in the county. It is 48x60 feet with a stone basement 30x60 for milch cows. The frame will be raised this season and next winter his stock and grain and hay will all be sheltered in the most approved style. Mr. Dutton has a fine farm and knows how to manage it successfully. The fair ground fence bee was a success. The crowd was not big but effective. THE UPPER DBS MOINES man bored the first hole and graduated with high honors and :a stiff neck. Both ends of the new fence were put in and then a contract was let to private parties to build the front. The new ground will be a daisy, ..the best in Iowa, and the coming fair will match it. A good delegation went from- the county to the Clear Lake campfire last week. Among them were Messrs, Sheetz, Lamson, Laird, Starks, Stockwell, G. S. Parsons, Avey, Tellier, Grover, John Reed, Hutchins, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tennant. They report a very large and enjoyable gathering of veterans and an enthusiastic time. Col. Ormsby presided one evening and they praise him very highly, Jas. Orr is at Hartley this week, where he went Monday to finish painting the residence of Banker Patch, who has erected one of the .finest residences in that town. Mr. Orr has just completed the painting of J. M. Cowan's new house, and will be back to attend to his other numerous jobs as soon as he gets through at Hartley. It speaks well for our Algona artisans when their services are in demand away from home. The Masons go to Spirit Lake next Tuesday in full force. They have an excursion train on which everybody is invited to ride at extremely cheap fare. It leaves Wesley at 7:20 in the morning, Sexton at 7:80, Algona at 7:41, and Whittemore'at 8:04. The round trip costs only $1.75 from Wesley, $1.65 from Sexton, $1.60 from Algona, and $1.80 from Whittemore. The train reaches Spirit Lake at 10 o'clock, and leaves at 10 in the evening. This is the chance for a cheap trip to Spirit Lake. Sunday afternoon Miss Jennie Mc- lntyre left her home a few minutes and returning found her mother lying helpless on the floor, From that time she failed to rally and, was wholly insensible. A glance of partial recognition was given her daughter as she was raised to the couch. Mrs. Mo- Intyre h'ad attended church in the morning and bad eaten beartily at breakfast and also at dinner, and seemed in her usual health, This morning she is still alive, but will not outlast the day, There seems to be a pretty good joke on Norwood, who jassisted as expert in fijcing the pump a week ago, In driving down the plunger to the cylinder it was stopped lo feet short of its place, and th§ new leathers were worked in« side of one of the iron tubes, It took J0Q pounds, of steam to start it into operation and it is a wonder any water came at all. The new leathers lasted two days on the rough iron pipe and then gave out, The plunger was taken up again and now the new cylinder is in and the pump in working order again«. * Thesehooi board have solved, the problem of mere eohool room for the present. "They were over at the gobool ho»99 Saturday and decided to have tbf SOTtheaet basement raom Juroiihed and made into H recitation room for the bigb eebwl, The expire will be Ugbi aaa the ''<* 0 "a .wltt be well adapted to fbg pwrrwp* Tfce board, also abmst tar te oboiro,9mi in a hut wang are ypry •">*•.- *4j£9|M fgMfcfltw.yjfigp ^ ( w<p?*'MC7V¥*K, , yfefc'Wlisfa<w4 •.^.•SvBfMa, and the fetnalfidef o! the way dowft the lilll, which seetned 20 tniles long fetid rough as & inotifitaiti, he stuck his feet out into the ait- n&d shut bis eyes. The wheel taftde regular race traak time but stuck to the track and latided him safely, He does not coast down hills at present. PEBSOflAti MOVEMEM8. James Chapin is down frotn Minnesota for a visit at nomei . S. Borland spent several days itt Sioux City last Week. Mrs. B. H, Spencer is home from her visit with her mother. Alex. White went to Emmetsburg yesterday on a business trip, Miss Ada Smith is at home for her vacation from school teaching. Mrs. Guy Grove is home from a month's visit with her parents at Albion, Fred Bartlett will be up from Dallas^ Texas, for a visit in Algona on the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Rice are home from two months in Chicago and other cities thereabouts. Geo. Slmpkins came in Monday from a four months''mail route trip, mostly In Michigan. He is oft'again. Mrs. S. W. Gray of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Lenore Verea of Chicago are visiting their brother, E. G. Bowyer. Fra,nk Tellier is home for his vacation from Grinnell, and will remain in Algona until September, when be returns. Miss Kate Burnard is visiting her old friends, Misses Jennie Mclntyre and Anna Rutherford, after several years' absence from Algona. Mrs'. Dunn of Omaha came Saturday morning last, and will visit with her sister, Mrs. John Galbraith, and other friends for a few days. Miss Louise McCoy will take a postgraduate course of study in the Minnesota university the coming year, beginning with the fall term. Albert Patterson was up from Blairsburg for school commencement. He has bought the whole store there and is doing a rushing business. iMrs. R. _F. Hedrick, with son and daughter, returned from North Carolina Friday. She has spent the winter there and is in improved health. Mrs. C. L. Lund's mother and sister are travelling in Europe. The latter is in quite delicate health, owing to the recent sudden death of her husband. Mrs. Chas. W. Russell and Cornie Ingham will arrive in town Saturday for a month's visit. If Fred Ingham comes he will be here, for the Fourth. Miss Coan, who has been in the east for some months studying art, returned to her home last week fdr the summer. She taught in the public schools a year ago. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Haggard and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Starks went to the lakes yesterday week's vacation. We expect some new fish stories when they get back. Miss Ellen Thompson graduated at Grinnell last week after a full college course. She was awarded special honors in mathematics and stood high in her class. Robert Chrischilles is expected home for a visit early in July. He is with the New England Loaning company in New York, and has not been in Algona for some time. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Swotting start today for Berlin, Wis,, for a family visit. All the members are living and have not been together for sixteen years, and will all be present. Z. C. Andruss returned last week from a three weeks' trip through Minnesota, He says this portion of Iowa shows crops in better condition than any he sa.w up north. Judge Quartori, Geo. E, Clarke, J, W. Wadsworth, and Frank Nicoulin composed a party that went to Spirit Lake Monday morning for a season of fishing. We hope to be able to publish a creditable record of their doings. H, F, Watson is back from his at* tendance at the bedside of his son Edward, The latter has been very tow with Bright's disease fop two months, but is now able to stand- Mr, Watson hopes that he will soon be able to travel, when he will be brought to Algona. Carl Setohell went to Chicago Monday to take a job with the Traupienhei- ser brothers, who have the contract to build ft big elevator there. He wju &ST sjst on the books, et<?. The Trauma* bejsers are relatives of J, JL Jones and have vieited in Algona often. E. H, Warren, &tyej- being absent frsrn Algona gey§n ye^n, returned for a visit yesterday. He, was § delegate to the South Dakota state Masonic meet' ing &t Pierre* end. gppe QB tasee. bis old AJge» a frieadj, South JBftJwte'e, climate evidently agree,! wiib, bto. He. C/5 W ^ J < JSELj F"^ 'HP -S>1 L%JSI I, J 00 V FURNITURE! Slb-jades. W E call especial attention to our new Book Racks and Wall Shelves. J us c the thing for cheap book case. Complete stock of Undertaking Goods. Here is a Par Hal List —of the goodls 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 & NICOULIK NSURANCE. Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Office over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota fire, Minneapolis, Bockford of Rookford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. O-SO. . Orr, Painter and Paper Hanger, Postal card orders promptly attended to, All work warranted (or five years. Carriage Painting a Specialty. A New Harness Shop. S. P. OHRISTENSEN Has opened a harness shop In th.e front room of bis livery barn, Ana keeps on hand Harness, Blankets, Robes, anft everything in the Une of horse cloth- ln«f. QoanaseeWnifprgOoaBinhig Une. Wll ?S9Uange harness for fresh cows and those goon, to fte ftesh. Pees repairing of LEGAL. •X-^WN^-S^^^^* NOTICE—(To Persons Olaiminj? Exemption from Jury Service,) STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY; SS» To whom it may concern: Whereas, All the jury lists for the year 1895, made and returned by the assessors of the several townships of said county, as required by the pro» visions of Chapter Seventy of the laws of the twenty-fifth general assembly of the state of Iowa, have been filed in the office of the coun-> ty auditor of said county the last of which having been filed in said office on the 4th day of June, 1895, Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that on the 98th day of June, 1895, commencing at the hour of 9 o^clock in the forenoon of said day, at the office of the county auditor of said county, the undersigned, county auditor, clerk of the district court, and county recorder of said county, will consider and determine all claims of exemption from service as jurors filed Jn said offlee on or before said date by persons whose names have been returned by said assessors as being eligible and competent for such service, and not disqualified w exempted therefrom by operation of law, ' Alt persons whose names have been returned, and who claim to fee exempt from luoh. Jury service, are therefore retired, onor he. fore the date last above named, to file their $».!»'» %e office of the wnwty aulltor of - In witness whereof we have hereunto affixed our signatures on this 6th day of JuneVieW, ' 'w™, s F-^'V?^^'"*^^S**^PP^s ? K?r r r "• r*§Kv3!-T JN THE DISTRICT COUiRT OF IOWA, IN and For Kossutb Oou»1y*H5; w; mier. ' ^ teM«!^^m?^-«»^

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