The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 10, 1895 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 10, 1895
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y.--?s •f&^#S&3!&*-*¥$ KfV| i".l , .VtX, ' ,-4- • :. * r ? '•'* " ' - • *••'.- * . v '' i£s* %^/,ft,. -*fc?ac^iw? * 'f>- MAKES pSfc ?fA»H Kossutli County State Bank .$BO,OOC * Incorporated under general laws of Iowa, i Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and amnestic exchange bought and sold. Collee tidns made promptly, and a general banking 1 business tl-ansacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates, WHt, H. INOttAM President ' J»B. JONES , Vice Pwtldont ," LfcWIS H. SMITH ..Cashier "' .'Directors^-Wm. H. Ingkuin, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrlschilles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devine, The First National Bank O2T -A.31jCtO)£T<A-, XQ"V3 P >A.» '- CAPITAL $50,000 ,', ' Special attention given to collections. K AMBROSE A. CALL President , H. HDTOH1NS Vice President '•• WM. K. FERGUSON Cashier .' O:D. SMITH Asst. Cobbler ' , Directors—D. H. Hutchlns, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweiler, W. F. Carter, Ambrose A. Call, K. H. Spencer, Win. K. Ferguson. •. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing flrst-class security. 1 CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. Officers and Directors— A. D. Clarice, President, C. 0. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbralth, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, s; F. Cooke. General Banking. PBIYATE SAFETr DEPOSIT 7A. VLTS. ^"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. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security. Over Chrischilles 1 store. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. , Office in Gardner Cowles' new building. "" 'SUHflVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, , Office in Hoxie-Ferguson bl jck. T .,-; , GPO, R, CLOUD, "• [Successor to W, B. Quarton.] - ^t^rney and Counsellor at Law, r ' w's; V AWJONA, IOWA. ';- OfQce oyeyIfoaauth County State Bank. fc? r y, SWATTING, ' AT .LAW, :, loyva, , M, P,, BVMGfEON,, '- $$^kState st., one floor east ot Cordingley,' v 'i "< »• fe>9ide»ee, McGregor si, east or the X 1 ' J x. P»Wie Bphoo} building. q, MPCQY, M, P. 4m • Specif attesittps to City practice. Hr»lfflAH AND SWRGBON, '* • > -*i ,pim, v r.~.i«n7,., »&lft 1:24 }jm iiW*».i..t<,<~»t"i eSMfm 41" ttSAlSB SASi. ', . „ „., • i !'§!£« .. „,. ..South-*Mixed,..- SiliamPaSSu.i »<> 3:07iJtn Pa8S.»..«..i a'affJinHiiied..,,!.. BiSOpm Freight OtSO a ft Freight.... 2:48ptt , Pass. arrived at Chicago jit 7am; arrives at fees Moines at 8 !lB fi in. Lv. Des Mi 2 i30 a in Miked connects with flyef add atrlves at Chicago at 8 a. m. F. H. YSSI-BB, Agent. THE Joel Taylor begab cutting his oats yesterday. Dr. Sayei's was out west last week inspecting glandefed hoi'ses. SamiJel Mayne was down Monday. He bears bis honors modestly. The barley harvest began oh Ambrose A. Call's farm yesterday. The telephone poles are going west of Algona on the Whittetnore road. A ball game and some bicycle races are on for Saturday at the fair ground. Prof. Tynan makes his balloon ascension Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. The foundation is in for F. S. Norton's new house and is going in on Harvey Ingham's lot Marriage licenses have been issued to A. R. Rose and Ida E. Me Williams, M. J, Lull and Vina Nellis. Rev. Davidson has been sick two weeks with a malarial attack. Dr. McCoy reports him improving. O. B. Durdall is planning on a two- front store in the new block. He has not completed any contract. An Arndt girl living southeast of town got her elbow out of joint on the Fourth. Dr. Morse put it back. Ed. Winkle's team ran away Saturday and Ed. has a sprained ankle which will keep him indoors sometime. A young man named Hanson, living north of J. B. Hoflus', fell from a mower Saturday and got his thumb out of joint. The recorder, auditor, and clerk began making the jury lists Monday. They had a good long two days' job on their hands. Shadle & Herman are building a big barn for Wm. Myers in Fenton. It is 50x60 with 20-foot posts, framed in old New York fashion. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hanke, near the cemetery, have a baby. They are as happy as Grover Cleveland and the lady of the white house. The ladies of the reading room will meet on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A program will be presented, and ' all ladies are very cordially invited. The fire alarm started a 'crowd to Sponberg's tailor shop Saturday about 7 o'clock in the evening. The fire was out before any damage was done. The board did a good thing in letting the supervisor district scheme rest a year until the people figure out a plan that will be more satisfactory than the present. Exactly three went from Algona to Clear Lake Sunday for the Sam Jones lecture. The crowds from the east were big, however, and fully 4,000 were on the ground. ' There is a rumor afloat that Ambrose A. Call will put his two fronts up three stories, making a big lodge room for one of Algona's societies. No definite plan has been made. Mrs, Horton and the Misses ; Wallace took the lead in preparing the tableaux for the Fourth, and Miss Gertrude Clarke arranged the float of girls representing' the states. The California fruit car was in Algona Monday. Many visited it. Those who had tickets were allowed to sample the bottles which formed a considerable feature of the exhibit. Charley Cohenour rode his bicycle to Armstrong a few days ago and took a look at the farm he and C. B, Matson own in Emmet. He says it is dryer up there than in Kosauth. Deck Jones is working A. A, Brunson's farm and is engaged pretty extensively in bog culture, He turns off a load every month and is averaging $134 a month in receipts, The new block IB to be of white pressed brick with appropriate stone triminipgs. The four fronts will be built together and will make one of the handsomest buildings in Iowa. It is rumored that another day or two of races is being arrapged to come on the last of this month. Chas, Smith is fixing to get in between the rapes at Webster City and Eagle Grove, J, A, Yipond has contracted 200 tons of hay for his brother-in-law }n Wisconsin. • The farmers over there are already planning on how to get through the coming winter. Their crop is a The ringing of belle last Wednesday nigh,t was not all $9 give vent to the pent UR emotions of ypyog America.. Part of it stood for s> fire wfiioh singed the, rafters pf the house v^est of Wro- Qlear.y'9. The Algpna band won the honors on theFpurth. Theboye are now busy armnglpir fair dates i« these parts. T.h,ey will gjye CUP neighbors the best e 94 any .band that foae played in ' Odds alid fends in M6tt'6i fifths' aftd db.lld«n'$ Stilts 'at aitfitfst half i>rice during Juiy t rft restaurant foiif Weeks ago and hid it ttl the ffianger iri DhristittHsoii's bartl, is to be heard before 'Sqttire Clarke. Special thanks are due to the Fourth of July committees. They served with distinction and the universal satisfaction expressed is a small reward for their labors. In every respect they arranged for a celebration the public is proud of. , The Sessions pony Sunday afternoon reared near the Milwaukee depot and spilled the occupants of the cart, Nellie Sessions and Maud Dixson, out behind, and then ran home, breaking the cart badly. The girls Were not hurt and had a walk homo. Ladles of the Congregational church will meet for the study of missions with Mrs. Jas. Paine, Thursday, July 11, at 3 p. m. Subject, "The latest news from foreign mission fields by the Watchman," followed by a picnic supper. Let all come and have a good time. The marriage of Henry G. Fisher and Minnie O'Rourke was a Riverdale social sensation last week. The groom is a grandson of Addison Fishef and the bride the daughter of M. O'Rourke. The course of true love did not run very smooth, but the result was as usual. . -The three kegs of beer captm-ed at Ledyard were spilled judicially last week. Ledyard citizens agreed to pay a fine of $60 and costs for young Wack- lee, who is said by them to have had no hand in the business except to ..• run it for others, but the money has_ not yet come down and Wacklee is in jail. In the Fourth ball game Will Covell of the Algona nine did not dodge one wild ball thrown by the Bancroft pitcher and was caught squarely on the eye brow. > He dropped as though he had been shot, and was carried from the grounds. A bad cut above the eye and a badly swollen face are the only permanent injuries. The opera house was crowded the night of the Fourth for Muldoon's Picnic. The company was not very good, but the people got some amusement out of the performance. Manager Blossom got the only company to be had at this season of the year, all the better grade of actors being on vacations at this time. A license was collected: from the Fourth of July stands, especially from those which had contributed nothing towards the celebration. Richard York was running one on State street and refused to pay, whereupon Marshal Willey took him in and he was in jail for awhile. He , was finally released without paying the mulct. A merry camping party is at -Silver Lake. Frank Chandler, Mart Weaver, Ernest Raymond, WillLadendorff, and Guy Taylor went Saturday with a big new tent and with Andy Powell of the Rowe bakery for cook. Geo. Bailey, John Walker, Leo Puegnet and Alf. Chapin are booked to be there this week, Some of the boys rode their wheels. A. P. Krupp, from near West Bend, was in to see the court Monday about buying a bicycle for his ward, Gotfiried Rusch. Rusch is weak minded and has some money, and has been hit by the bicycle craze. His guardian did not want to spend the money in that way and was counseled by Clerk Grose that he was right, and left town without farther judicial advice. The concert given by Hey wood's company Monday evening was excellent. The burlesque impersonator and comedian, Litobfield, is unexcelled and kept the audience in a roar of laughter. Sicrnor Vistni has a finely trained and musical baritone voice and the remainder of the company deserve praise, It was a first class entertain ment and deserved a full house, THE UPPER DES MOINES has • received a long letter from A. E. Kidd, the Spencer pill man, who wasjtried'for bribery in Algona once upon a time and who was convicted of perjury at Spencer. He says Gov. Jackson has pardoned him and extends* thanks to all his friends and condemnation to all who helped convict him, Kidd advertises as an architect in Chicago. The trial of the" big beer stock capt' ured at Germania comes tomorrow. It seems that the Blue Earth firm bacj not got their pay for it and they have had Sullivan & MpMahon' retained to examine the law nnd find out if there }s any way for them to save it, It is not likely that there is, and the cpurt yard will be moistened with the oc tents of fcjowa 26 kegs «wd th^ee oases. We do not wish to make any ous comparisons but the fact must be noted that the bard maple tree pet out by Judge Quartonop, the school grounds is dead, while the one 0. H, Blossom shovelled about ig quite green. The trees E. J, Gilmore and E, B. Butlei tended to are alive also, The board 3tarted. out to give a practical demonstration of cprreot tree planting. Theiv tbepry was gtiod, but there was a slip somewhere in the application A pretty good etpry is tol4 Ofl the Lincoln iowwsliip republican caucus, which, is good, enough \o repeat if it -is old, Andy punlap oia^ea'wot flght fo> ,th,e delegatipn against t)je Mayne forces, Uie result befog a.. We vote, Thfjreuuuu, spjnjone, euggefted thftj the JMWW of $e tow? meju yeM foj? flejeptea be pu.t i^Jft toy amvjw<(!&'''tt ft&d to make dire threats about what he would do to the heart, lungs, liver, and other vital organs rtf hie competitor the first time he met him, and thereupon he was haled before a justice and Sat' Urday after 'Squire Raymond had- e\o- quently portrayed the evils to society which such men running at large might occasion, and after Lawyer Fellows had as eloquently ( pictured the terrible provocation he had endured, he was bound over to keep the peace. Algona's real celebration occurred Friday night. A lot of the boys on State street bought Roman candles at cost, and at one time forty were ranged )h opposite sides shooting the fire Dalls at each other. It was a red hot contest and less damage resulted than night have been expected. Among ihe distinguished combatants who were scorched was J. J. Ryan, who caught a fire ball on his cheek and has a scar to show for it. Coan in the furniture store had two holes burned in his coat and a mark on his cheek. Woods had a big candle explode in his hand and one finger shows a bad burn. It was a Di'etty picture while it lasted and the moke was so thick it could be cut with a knife. Sullivan. & M^Mahon represent Mr. Simmons in his trial tomorrow on the charge of stealing a pocketbook. Mr. Simmons denies the charge in full and makes statements which, if sustained, should lead to a thorough overhauling of Algona's police force. Mr. Simmons owns a half section of land and is high- y spoken of by those who know him. This much is said in his behalf because .n the report THE UPPER DES MoiNES made at the time of the occurrence, a color was given which Mr. Simmons considered unfriendly to Mm. The irial should be watched by Algona, and i Mr. Simmons has. been wrongly accused, or if any offer was made to settle on the sly, or if any other blackmail is shadowed forth in the evidence, some official stars should come off. Both sides will be on trial and some one should be convicted. Cheap Kates on the Milwaukee. For the Fourth of July excursion tickets will be sold between any 'points within 200 miles, by the C., M. & St. P. railway, at fare and a third for the round trip. Commencing June ]0 the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway will run i dining car on Train No. 1 and serve breakfast and dinner, and return on Train No. 4, :'rom Canton and serve dinner and supper. For I!' e various occasions mentioned below one lowest standard first-class fare .for the round trip will be given by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, viz: National Educational association at Denver, Colo., July 5 to 12. The United Societies of Christian Endeavor, Boston, Mass., July 10 to 14. Baptist Young People's Union of America, Baltimore, Md., July IS to 21. Annual meeting American' Pharmaceutical association, Denver, Colo., August 14 to 24. Triennial Conclave Knights Templar, Boston, Mass., August 25 to 30. National Encampment G. A. R. T at Louisville, Ky., Sept. 10 to 14'. OLD PEOPLE. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will findi the true remedy in Electric Bitters, This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whiskey nor other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, theueby aiding nature in the performance of the functions, Electric Bitters is an . excellent ap- petiser and aids digestion. Old people find it just exactly what they need. Price fifty cents per bottle at Dr. L. A. Sheetz" drug store. _ 5 TWO LIVES SAVED, Mrs, Phoebe Thomas , of Junction City, 111., was told by her doctors she had consumption and that there was no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Thos, Eggers, 189Morida street, San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consumption i tried without result everything else, then bought one bottle Dr, King's New Disoov ery arid in two weeks was cured, Naturally he is thankful, It is. such results, of which these are samples,, that prove the wonderful efficacy of .this medicine in colds and coughs. Free trial bottles at Sheetz'. Regular size 50o and $1. 5 BUOKLEN'S ARNICA SAL.VE. The best salve iu the world for bruises, cuts, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erupt}ons l ana positively cures piles or no pay requivea. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded, Price 35o a box. Sold, by L, A, Sheetz, FOB sale: An Esterly mowing ma> chine. F. A. Wartinan.— IStg CORN for sale on my farm one roile sputh of poor farm. J, B, Jones, ASK fpr Crystal Cream baking ppw» der, at Walker Bros,' I ca to ^ J < SEL, \r M m & *•• i : *m "••& We Want Horses In exchange for buggies and farm machinery of all kinds. Will Take Good Ones Only. \ Bradley & Nicoulin. THE INTER OCEAN -IS Most Popular Republican Newspaper of the West And Has the Largest Circulation. f DA1LY (without Sunday). $6.00 per year TERMS DAIL -Y (with Sunday) .... $8.op per year BY MAIL The Weekly inter Ocean [ $1 .QO V. PER YEAR ....... S** : A S A NEWSPAPER THE INTER OCEANikeeps abreast of the times'In; all respects, It spares neither pains nor expense in securing ALL THE NEWS AND THE BEST OP CURRENT LITERATURE. The Weekly Inter Ocean AS A FAMILY PAPER IS NOT EXCELLED BY ANY. 11 It has something of Interest to each member of the family. ITS YOUTH'S DEPARTMENT is the very best of Its kind. 11 ITS LITERARY FEATURES are unequaled. POLITICALLY IT IS REPUBLICAN, and gives its readers the benefit of the ablest discussions on all live political topics. It also gives them THE NEWS OF THE WORLD. IT IS A TWELVE-PAGE PAPER. THE INTER OCEAN IS PUBLISHED IN CHICAGO, THE NEWS AND COn/lERCIAL CENTER OP ALL WEST OP THE ALLEGHANY MOUNTAINS, AND IS BETTER PEOPLE OP THAT SECTION THAH ANY It Is in accord with the people of the West both in Politics and Literature^ Please remember that the price of The Weekly Inter Ocean Is ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Address TRE INTER QCEAN, Chica&O. better can be had^t the Opera House GrQc§ry? IOE! ICE! ICE! During the past winter I have enlarged my ice house and now have on hand 400 ions of ice in fine condition. Do not contract for your summer's supply of ice without first getting my prices. It will be delivered to all parts of the city every day. Orders may be left with J. 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