The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 24, 1895 · Page 8
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B. Jones, T. Ohrlschllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Bat-net Devlne. CHICAGO A , tf orth- Mixed.., 8:18 am Puss...... a.<v. *.~ Freight.... 8:30 am , jr*bBB. urnveS at GIVC&I Oes Moines at 8 :is fa hi. South— 9:0?pni flj^opm --c.^--— ^:48pm > at 7 a hU arrives at Lv. DesM. 2:30 a tn Mixed... Freight. We" Would'like t6 compare oftf !50-eent ufi* IfiuftdefM White shift With fiby ?S-cebt shift ifi the ffiafket. ttelfiefflber the BftoWsifi to. F, H, VSSWSBi Agent" THE CIRCUIT. The First National Bank CAPITAL ............ . ........ ....150,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL......i ....... ...President H. HUTOH1NS .............. Vice President WM. K. FERGUSON...... .......... ...Cashier 0. I). SMITH ................... ..Asst. Cashier Directors— D. H. Hutohlns, S. A. ••Ferguson, hil Call, . . , . . •, Philip Dorweller, W. F. Carter, Ambrose A. l, B. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing flrst-plass security. CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. ALGONA, IOWA. Officers and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, C. C. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thoa. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbrafth, Fred. M. Miller. , Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Coolce. General Banking, PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. |3rinterest 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 Chrischllles' store. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW, LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office In Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON,. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxle-Fereuson bljck. GEO. R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ALQONA, IOWA, Office over Kossu,tli County State Bank. B, V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, A10OJ1B, Iowa. L, K, GARFIELP, M. D,, ysiQiAN AND SURGEON, , St'ate et,, one door east ot Cordingley, Residence, McGregor st., east of the public school building, g, WQQOY, M, p., NJ) BU80EON. - Ppeotftl attention to cfty practice, The teachers come Aug. 4. Prof, Dixson is on the sick list. The normal school opens Sept. 8. There is typhoid fever in the Busa family. S. 0. Spear is sick in bed with heart trouble. 1 The corn crop is going to astonish the natives. Joseph Zanke is talking some of moving to Algona. Frank Nicoulin took a car of horses out Monday evening. Dr. Garfield reports Will Grover as still down with fever. ReV. Davidson is improving slowly, but is still very sick with fever. The ladies of the A. L. A. will meet in the reading room Friday, July 20, at 3 o'clock. The W. H. M. S. will meet next Thursday at 3 o'clock with Mrs. A. D. Bradley. The democratic county convention comes next Wednesday. How about free coinage? J. L. Sutton was bound over under . OO bonds to meet the grand jury up in Minnesota. . Marvin McMurphy, a brother of Mrs. Glasler, is engaged with Dr, Glazier in his dental office. Oats blown down in the storm last week are generally coming up so as to be readily harvested. John G. Smith is confined at home by sickness. He has been under the weather for some time. The Sioux City Journal republishes C. M. Doxsee's poem on" What Makes the Craps Grow" in full. E. J. Gilmore is pulling down his oil house at the Milwaukee depot. . The new tanks make it superflous. Be sure and hear Bishop Thoburn tomorrow evening-. He is one of the great men of the Methodist church. Miss Jpsie Pettibone has resigned her position in the depot school. The hoard have not secured anyone for the place as yet. The Silver Lake camping party are home. Will Ladendorf established the fishing record for the party with a 13- pound pickerel. Jo. Cordingley will brick veneer the front of his meat market, and have a brick building 70 feet deep with cellar excavated under it all. Kirkhart's circus had a splendid band and a good show for a quarter. A tent full was out in the afternqon and a fair crowd in the evening. There is no question about the success of Ambrose A. Call's listed corn this year. He as fine a field as is to be seen anywhere in Iowa. . There are quite a number of things happening this season that . make Algona look all right, in spite of the lack of a booming spirit in the land. Mrs. Guy Grove took her Sunday school class out for a picnic last Wednesday afternoon. They had a good time in the Ambrose A. Call grove. • The summer term of the normal school closes this week. The attendance has been good and the prospects for next year are better than ever at this time, Geo, E. Roberts of Fort Dodge is the owner of 500 acres of flax in Kossuth county, and this is a good flax year. He has 800 acres of land in the- north end of the county. The band concerts hereafter will be given Saturday evenings instead of Friday. A public concert will be given every week, except when members are unavoidably absent. Miss Kate Smith played at the song service Sunday evening at the Congregational church, and showed marked Improvement. She is rapidly reaching the front rank of violinists, tended to the delegates will meet in our neighboring Mulct town and have it out, A, D. Clarke Is receiving soilie very flattering assurances of success. Wilfred Jones reports 13 corn harvesters sold already. The machine cuts and binds corn and is a success. The time of saving corn fodder has come in this country. It is too valuable to waste any longer. The Larrabee lands in Eagle township are all rented on five year leases, and are mostly in flax this season. The amount of breaking there has been 'extraordinary. The houses and im- proveraents do not amount to much. On Monday, the 22d, at the residence of Episcopal minister of Algona, Viola Rhodes was married to Alexander H. Glnze, both of the contracting parties being from Buffalo Center. The ReV. Geo. Leslie performed the ceremony. The work of fitting up the basement room of the school, house is going, on. A good recitation room will result. The board contemplate papering or painting all the school rooms. They will decide at the meeting in August. We have found a man who don't want any early train to Des Moines. It Is Agent Vesper. "Who," he asks "is going to sell the tickets for that 5 o'clock train?" We have an idea that Gillie Rutherford looks at it about the same. Rev. Kennedy went to the home of Mr. Norris .last Thursday and united Grant Barker and Carrie Mosier. in marriage. Friends were in and an elaborate banquet followed, and good wishes unnumbered went with the happy couple. Earl Samson was thrown from ahorse at Flandrau about a week ago and injured internally. Mrs. Samson has gone out to attend him. Earl has been visiting his relatives since school was out. Mr. Samson drove there after delivering Sutton. The musicians who, participated. in the services" at the Congregational church had a birthday party for D. T. Smith Monday evening. "Dunt" denied having a birthday, but they found out from'his relatives and took possession of his home. Bishop Thoburn, the manager of the Methodist forces in India, lectures tomorrow night at the Methodist church. He is one of the ablest of the Methodist bishops, and any man ; who gets to be bishop is well worth a hearing by any audience. He will talk on India. E, P, MoElroy has taken Rev. Davidson's, place in the pulpit during the illness of "the latter, Sunday evening his remarks were peculiarly well suited to the musical service, Work has begun on the new vaults for the auditor and clerk. The addition will be 22x24 feet, finished with brick on the outside to match the courthouse. An excavation is being made as deep as the original basement for a foundation. J. M. Cowan is doing the job. The Nebergalls have won in their suits against the Plumlev estate. These judgments will take all there is, and there will be nothing left to go to the heirs under the will. The homestead near Corwith was lost some time ago to an adverse claimant by decision of the land office. Drs. Kenefick and Pride lately attended a medical meeting at Mason City where fifty brother professional men were *present. Dr. Kenefick at the banquet talked on the profession from a young man's standpoint. The regular meeting of the county association was adjourned for this meeting. Thos. Barley has gotten out a beautifully illustrated pamphlet on Passadena and vicinity and remembers this office with a .copy. Some people think the warm .climate of southern California enervating, but if it is it has made no inroads on the energy and enthusiasm of the genial Thomas. He is a host as he always was, A pleasant social occasion is on for Friday evening. The band have been granted the use of Lewis H. Smith's handsome lawn and will erect a 40x40 platform and cover it with canvass and give a dancing party. The boys have a lot of new music and will ntake the event one to be remembered. Invitations will be issued, Minhetonka. The bride is well remembered here as a very handsome and attractive girl, and she has many friends who extend congratulations. Last Thursday witnessed a soaking rain of 2 inches, It was part of a state-wide storm which did great damage about Iowa City. A Rock Island train was ditched there and mllea of track were damaged. The Burlington had 600 feet of track Washed out. Here oats were beaten down but no damage was done and the benefit of the water to corn more ,than offsets the trouble it has caused harvesters. Last week a draft for $660 arrived for A. W. Sterzback from the Masonic accident insurance company on account of the injury to his hand. His policy called for an indemnity of $25 a week for 26 weeks and he gets the full amount. He was reluctant about continuing his insurance the last time he was called on for the premium, but is now feeling pretty well pleased that he waited one year longer. He has been disabled many months, but is again able to be at work. The lecture program of the institute is as follows: Thursday evening, Aug. 8, "Schools in the Year A. D. 2,000," Prof. J. C. Gilchrist; Tuesday evening, Aug. 13, "The Sir John Franklin Expedition," Capt. Carlo Schwaff; Thursday evening, Aug. 15, "The Wonders of the Microscope and Telescope," Prof. E. B. Swift; Tuesday evening, Aug. 20, chalk Ulk, "Heads and Faces," Prof. D. R. Augsburg; Thursday evening, Aug 22, monologues and posing, Mrs. Lucia Gale Barber. We Want Horses - frt * 't ( PHTSICIAN AND SURGEON, , M» P,, Office over ppstpfftoe. on State street, &gO«ft» tpwa.. Dr. Livingston of Bode • was up week with the sputum of a girl peoted of having consumption to Dr. Scott make a microscopic exa- *'"" He found it full pf tubercles. last Blossom baa a goqd company booked for fair week. He is flg* wring on an opei-atio qompapy with |0 people, and on Walter Wbiteside, the , tragedian for the coming winter, The Algona board of trade has had some exciting sessions, q^ e gathered in pretty thtoK while was going up, and fipnje winners are reported, A few m& JQ cents a Prof, Lilly has secured the services of B. H, Samuels of Des Moines, who will act as business manager of the normal school, He is a pusher and will attend to advertising and working up school interests. Prof. Lilly has worked with him and is much pleased to secure him. This arrangement will give, Prof. Lilly all his time for the class room, Merrill Call made a, bicycle record which be did not intend to have get into the papers. He rode from Sioux City to Algona in one day, leaving home at 3 o'clock in the morning, It took 36 hours a.od the distance is a full 150 miles, Counting out bis stops for meals he averaged Jl miles an hour, Readers of THE UPPER DES MOINES who remember the Algona Patriot, the predecessor of the Courier,, will be interested in the following item from the Des Moines News concerning its editor: Mr. E. A. Sciple, for 13 years tele- grraph editor of the Des Moines Register, has retired to engage in private business. Mr. Sciple is one of the most popular newspaper • men in Des Moines and an efficient worker. The press workers of Des Moines all trust that Mr. Sciple may always travel hand in hand with success. A Livermoreit'e named Hysert is expected in Algona today with ?>13.50 in his jeans. Offended justice demands this from him for getting mad because he was caught bluffing. He went up to LuVerne and made great boasts about what he would bet on the ball game. Finally young Parsons of Sherman took him up, and with many words he backed squarely down. Then as Parsons turned away he struck him on the back of the head and added several blows before he could get turned about. 'Squire Raymond was appealed to and Hysert's friends are paying his fine. Now that the Burlington is building over east so as to own all its line to Armstrong a vigorous movement should begin to have it run its trains to connect at the Northwestern crossing in this county. It is absurd that men should be longer in getting to the county seat now that we have railroads than they used to be when they relied on teams. It took three days for delegates to the last county convention to attend. In many cases the railway commissioners have compelled companies to connect even at overhead crossings, and they undoubtedly will here if they are asked. But the Burlington company should be courteously invited to give the matter consideration before any further steps are taken. Old friends of Prof. Baker and his family will be interested in this item from the Indianola Herald ; Miss Myra Baker, second daughter of Prof. O, H. Baker, late U. S. consul to Denmark, has just been elected teacher of German and French in Lombard University, Galesburg, 111. We congratulate that institution in securing a teacher of such culture and talent as Miss Baker possesses. She is a classical graduate, first of Simpson college, later of DePauw University, both of which schools have given her the degree of Master of Arts pro merito, Besides this, Miss Baker after having filled the chair of Modern Languages for a year in Napa qollege, Cal., spent more than a year perfecting her» self in German and French in Europe- Denmark, Germany, Belgium and Paris— under the best teachers to be found, In exchange for buggies and farm machinery of all kinds. Will Take Good Ones Only. Bradley & Nicoulin. THE INTER OCEAN -IS THE- Most Popular Republican Newspaper of the West And Has the largest Circulation. ommrn f DAltlY (without Sunday) .$6.00 per year IhKMo DAILY ( W ith Sunday) ..$8.00 per year BY MAIL The Weekly Inter Ocean t «1.00 I PER YEAR.. •'.. [S/l===: THE ,lt! TER P°EAN keeps abreast o? the times In all "" ^£i^S_|f rll ?^S5KSfS,J n '"curlns ALL THE NEWS AND The Weekly Inter Ocean AS A FAMILY PAPER IS NOT EXCELLED BY ANY. THE WORLD FEATURES are unequaled . IT IS REPUBLICAN, and gives Its readers the benefit of the on all live political topics. It also gives them THE NEWS OP IT IS A TWELVE-PAGE PAPER Wool The undersigned having leased the Paragon Woolen MPls for a term of years is prepared to pay from 3 tp 5 cent? a pound more for wool in oassi- meres, blankets, flannels, or yarns than can be obtained 9t ypur home market, Sena for samples and prices, Roll and bat carding a specialty, Address S, D, Duncan, West Mitchell, Iowa,— 8m4 " It Is In accord with the people of the West both In Politics and Literature. 1 AB p'pS*vp i rD inb 4 e ^ hat the prlce °' The Weekly Inter Ocean Is ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Address QCEAN> Oh j cag _ ( IOE! ICE! ICE! During the past winter I have enlarged my Ice house and now have on hand 400 tons of ice In fine condition. Do not contract for your summer'9 supply of ice without first getting iny prices. It will be delivered to all parts of the city every day. Orders may be left with J, A. Hamilton & Co, loe house and residence near the cemetery. CHARLES MAGNUSSON. . DR, PWTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat , First-class accommodations at reasonable rates. Operations for •S. its A»S*a. regularly, At Dr. Sell's Water or No Pay. Do You Want to Stop Tobacco? You Can 3e Cured While Using It, The habit of using tobacco grows on a man until grave diseased conditions are produced. Tobacco causes cancer of the mouth and stomach; dyspepsia, loss of memory, nervous affections, congestion of the retina, and wasting of the optic nerve, resulting in impairment of vision, even to the extent of blindness: dizziness or vertigo; tobacco asthma, nightly suf J — ""11 pain in the region of The heart • ,„ wv»»wwf * WMi**VA**£3 * A * ***vWf e,ase, It. also causes loss of vitality, ^ Quit Wore U is (oq late. To quit suddenly 18 too severe a shoo), to the systemi as tobaocp. to an Inveterate user, becomes a stimulant that his system continually craves. t( Pacw- Ouro" is a scientific and reliable vegetable remedy, guaranteed, to be" perfectly harmless, and which has been in use for the last 83 years, having cured thpusflnfls of habitual tobacco users—smokers, ohewers, and snuff-dippers, ' row can use all tte (oixweovouwctnt white tqftno "Baccfi-Quro." Jtjaiil wlVy you wJvtn to step. We gtvt Q, written guarar^tef to permanently owe 5'By.. I * 1 W t W' *"" TrTi "*>"* iwtvn WVABP, ui ip^ufiu mv V4VH- ey with ten pep cent, interest. " Paeca-qura" is not a substitute, but a. rejig,. We and scientino cure, which absolute)? de> „.. , stroys the craving for tobacco without tW of will power, aM with »P tnepnvenjesoe, ft leaves the system as pure a,uft free "from plop., t}ne as the toy when ypu tool? your first oftew Sola by all druggists at $1 per bpx; three boxes (3Q days' treatment mtfgwran J3.50, or gent direct upon receipt r Mfw ;Anoa EaffiUton is ad4e<l tQ the faculty, §hf will ay jse«t y,ear ta at wfeeb ehe- ia at the Opera, House GroQery. which is about what a frei reaches, ^ says the trip di him, Supt, Beed has issued bis circulars with cpmpletefl prpgram o| institute e«erpifep, 'Jbe lormftl ppenJng ocQurg Tuesday evening, Awg, 6, as follQwi? Address of wyJeome, Maypr D, A. Haggara, Algona; teapheri' resppnge, .Pajji IjjstruqW," 'Bwtb "DapM ht train not tire Highest Honors^WorW* Fair,

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