The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1895 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 9, 1895
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"K^&^t^&3 - : ;' .</*> ^r? -*r ' i i! ir^i. , I™.. - /V '-S&- -H * - ' \, _«.,__ , J^ ' *$ ;"!?"; ',' v ' V / - ' > -;v<ik "-- ,' ,„*•"%••• * 'V r • '.' ' Fv.i - - #f:' pBrand Combination Furs and Cloth Cloaks, and Wraps. §&•? '. JAS. TAYLOR. FINANCIAL. Kossutl County State Bank CAPITAL. .sr.0,001 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Oolloc tlons made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. , WM. H. INGHAM , President J. B. JOKES Vice President LEWIS H. SMITH Cnshier Directors—Wm. H. Ingham, John Gr. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Ohrlschllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devlne. The First National Bank O:F CAPITAL XO-W.A.- 850,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL ................ President H. HUTCH1NS .............. Vice President WM. K. FERGUSON ................... Cashier C. D. SMITH ..................... Asst. Cashier Directors— D. H. Hutcliins, S. A. Ferguson, Ehlllp Dorweller, W. P. Carter, Ambrose A. Gall, B. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. \) Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. * .' > ALGONA, 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. Cooke. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT, VAULTS. tSflnterest paid on time deposits. _ PROFESSIONAL. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LA W; .Collection agent. Opera House block. S.' S. SESSIONS, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security. Over Ohrischllles' store. DANSON & BUTLER, ', LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office tn Gardner Cowles' new building. SUJ-LIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-Fereuson bl jck. , ' QEQ. R, CLOUP, [Successor to W. B, Quartern,] and Counsellor at Law, ALQONA, Office over Kossnth County State Bank, B, V. AT LAW, , M. p,, ., one door east of Cordingley, McGregor si, east of the • 0- M0QQY, M. P,, HAVE YOU RECEIVED Value for your money? If not, why not? Try us once. If you do not get full value received we will cheerfully refund your money. We have about 600 Overcoats and 200 Fur Coats to select from. Try us. THE NEW ENGLAND. THE CITY CIECU1T. Election comes Nov. 5. The Woodward company played to good houses last week. Dr. McCormack has moved to the old Charlie Shepherd house which he has bought. Fred., McCall has quit the grocery business and is with A.. H. Naudaln in the coal trade. Jas. Taylor reports the biggest trade last week he ever has had in one week since he began business. Colonel D. B. Henderson's speech next Thursday evening will draw a crowd. He is'a great speaker. Garfield township will hold a caucus Saturday at 2 o'clock at the Bonstetter school house to nominate township officers. ''.... , The boys in A. D. McGregor's shop are getting him up a delivery Wagon of quartered oak. It will be fancy when it is done. S. B. Shadle left. for Sioux City Monday morning with his family. He will make his'home there with his son hereafter. • The engagement of Victor B. Dolliver and Miss Gussie Larrabee, the governor's oldest daughter, is announced. The Tennessee jubilee singers are to appear at the Congregational church Monday evening. They always make good music. The West Bend Advance notes the sale of the Bowyer colt for $100 and says " the price of horses seems to be advancing." E. J. Murtaugh is treasurer of the new co-operative creamery at Lone have bought out Rock. The farmers the old owners. An interesting feature of the fair was a map of Iowa in 1846 drawn by Supt. Reed's little girl. It represented a great deal of study. J. L. Button's little girl won the $2.50 gold piece at the matinee Saturday afternoon with.'157 words made out of the letters in Musette. Geo. E.Clarke is still fighting that opera block case at Garner. It has lasted nearly three weeks. Judge Carr is trying bis cases here. Bellton would have trotted last Thursday but he has been lame for six weeks. He went lame at Blue Earth and has not been racing since, Ruthven Free Press; "Diphtheria is reported as raging in northern Kossuth county," It must be a quiet rage. We have heard nothing of it. W. J, Lang has bought the Belle Mikkelson bouse 4n the west part of town, Belle is said to be about to move to Washington. The Langs moved Monday. W, P, Jones says that one or two of the corn buskers will be sold in the county tbis fall. He says one farmer in the west part of tbe eoupty has 70 acres of out corn to busk. A large sized rumor is afloat that a prominent LuYerne doctor bas beep bounding bis wife, It seems that be gave her a very severe drubbing. Tbe grand jury ought to investigate. Tbe Fort Dodge Post says J. J. Ryan declined to run *'on account of too great a press of business. go says be is selling so much land that be cannoi afford to spare tbe time to make tbe race." The front of the n0y? block is in. It is bandsptne everybody says, "Boston Block" is tbe name it will gp by, it gives Algoija one full block of build ings wbiab would be a credit to a larger city, The usual fall leg amputating has been bepp, ia tbe gfy prfss, |uUwa Weiee up »$ Geiroaia ,w&a feeding witj» We fPQt with «&uW remits ""• ~" " " saya be yin fee &uJ serious illness, attended the remains and Mrs. Vesper came from the east. Rev. Grant Yeoman, who will be remembered as a normal school student of a few years ago, was married 'at, Webster City to Miss. Josephine Rowland. He is located at Armstrong and is making a success. The normal school exhibit at the air of pen drawing', painting and rayon drawing was. very fine. Prof, leely was present and wrote cards for isitors. Some of Miss Anna Hamil- on's paintings would win a prize anywhere. . Ketchum & Johnson vs. Simmons & on is the case for today. Some parties uaranteed notes for the defendants, ind after the defendants failed, they vere asked to pay. They are defend- ng by Clarke & Cohenour, while Cloud s suing. The grand jury indicted Heath ir he Burt shooting case and dismissed telser. Stelser is the husband who did the shooting and Heath is tho hootee, who still carries his hand in ling. Sullivan & McMahon will defend Heath. A marriage at Bancroft is on for today, J. A. Freeh and Miss Rena Sorr'enson being the parties. "Jake s in a way a member of the profession and for that and other reasons we join n wishing him and his bride all manner of good fortune. • A Wbittemore druggist named Hurey wants a permit to sell whiskey and i protest has been filed. The case vill come on in court, 'Squire Raymond or the protestants. The druggist comes from Emmetsburg, which is a ittle against him on general principles. Chas. Grimm was over from Clear Lake yesterday for the Bancroft shoot- ng tournament. He and J. G. Smith and Guy Taylor went from Algona. wears his world's fair medal and says he has no fears but that he can hold it. At Bancroft he got 49 of his ast 50 targets. Charlie Stewart, who went over the Vlinnesota line a few years ago when ustice was pursuing him from Algona, s back. He has taken the Keeley cure and quit drinking, but still knows the value of a "bob-tail flush." If that old ndictment has'nt outlawed, Charlie had better move on. Theo. Myhre of Estherville, who won the five mile bicycle race at the 'air a year ago, and who has been state champion, is talking of going against Fred. Corey's runner a Tj mile race. If it is arranged it may come off, at A1-. jona. Mr, Myhre came for the races last week but got to the grounds just as they closed, In the novelty race at the fair last week Ed, Duckett, who lives on the old Mathers farm in Irvington, was thrown from his horse on his head and lay for a long time insensible. He was brought to town and Dr. Pride took aim in charge, At one time be was reported dead, but he soon rallied and Friday was able to go'borne. He was not seriously injured, 'Squire Clarke bftd five cases of drunkenness last week before him. He assessed them all $5 and costs, but one, wbo was caught for being disorderly and fined $]0, Ope man said it was bis first 1 visit to Algona, The 'squire told him the next time he came be bad better tuck a bill away somewhere and bave it handy if be expected to get drunk. The failure pf tbe democrats to put up a candidate for the legislature takes tbe life out of their local campaign, The pnly fight now ie over superintend" ent »nd plenty of th,eip say tbey bad as lieye fleet »«pt, Reed as apybody, while the republican, defe9tlon tbat WAS coupled on io copflned to one Ippality and is Very small tbere. Supt, «IU botb and got pretty close to a wheelbarrow of mortar which was being hauled up jy pulley. When it reached the top no one seemed to be expecting it so the bandies caUght and the inortar spilled out and hit the sidewalk about four ! eet in front of Max. After he had cleared his eyes he wont home and hunted up a new suit of clothes, C. H. Blossom was on the grand jury and Wednesday morning took his wife to the fair grounds, getting around to court an hour late. The new law says when a juror is not on hand the fine shall bo $25 unless he has a good excuse. Tho old law left it discretionary with the judge, and Judge Thomas acted under the old law and assessed $10 to him. Judge Thomas didn't consider going' to the fair a good excuse. The fino has occasioned some comment as Mr. Blossom has many friends. Perry Burlingamo's box of Irvington products won first prize at the Af ton, N. Y., fair. It was entered in his mother's name and she carried off the first money. The Afton Enterprise gives a lengthy sketch of Perry and says of his : box: "At the entrance was a : beautifully arranged collection of grain, corn, fruits, etc., bearing the inscription 'A to A, Algona, Iowa, greeting to Afton, N. Y. Compliments of Perry Burlingame.' Of all the exhibits of this department this collection attracted the most attention." • The grand jury indicted Wiltsey, charged with adultery with Mrs. Rose Shadle. The testimony, which is direct, places the chief violation of the statute in the cemetery in front of the Call vault* The hearing of the case is set for tomorrow, and D. C. Chase will be up to defend, J. C. Raymond and S. S. Sessions for the prosecution. Mr. Shadle brought a suit for divorce, but on a motion for temporary alimony being filed by Mrs. Shadle he withdrew his case and will wait until this prosecution is settled, when he will begin again. The Bohn fence case has occupied the court thus far. Judge Cook is with Sullivan & McMahon for the Northwestern company* and Judge Carr appears for the Bohns. The whole history of last fall's cyclone, all about fence posts in various stages of decomposition, the fence posts themselves and pictures of fence posts, and everything that could possibly bave a bearing on the question of whether the horses got out through the negligence of the company, has been gone over in great detail. The facts are the wind blew down a snow fence, the horses walked out on the track through the break and were killed. The jury came in at 1:80 o'clock last night with a verdict for the railroad. The Register Saturday had a column and a half about Jones & Smith's new scheme in Des Moines. They have platted with another man 160 acres for a private cemetery. It lies out at the west end of Grand avenue between two parks and at the end of a car line. Mr. Jones was in Algona last week and talked about it. He says he has visited Denver, Minneapolis and other cities lately studying the matter and that they will ma'ke a handsome ground. Tbey expect to put $12,000 into a chapel and vault and many .thousands into improvements, They have a sinking fund of $1,000- an acre, which remains to provide for permanent improvements after th,e lots are , all sold, Des Moines is in need pf a cemetery, has no money to buy a public one, and the citizens are pleased to have private capital take bold of it, Mr, Jones says that he will devote bis time largely to this for some time to come, He and Mr. Smith can make a success of it if anyone can. LADIES' knit wool skirts at Galbrajtb & Co '' s ' NEW figs and House Grocery, dates at the Opera A FIVE-ROOM house for vent or for sale 'cheap, Jnqyire of Jas, A. Orr.-27 BJG drive in ladles' and children's underwear for 85 ots,, at FOB SAWS— A bo«?e and two lots on West MoOregor street, Inquire of F. H, ^^^.^rr^i^^^rrM^! s*~^.. ,^1 >•",/•i '\ - r^'sW '.",'• L- . it I J 7l I! t'jfi S3 Jewel Stoves and Ranges are perfect heating and cooking contrivances. Every year for the last thirty has marked Improvements in the details of construction until now they stand for the greatest efficiency, economy, cleanliness, durability and convenience. With all their excellence Jewel Stoves and Ranges are no higher ' in price than hundreds of inferior make. See them at your dealer. Sold by O. M. DOXSEE, A HOD 0' COAL will last a longer than it will any other. Easily worked. Clean comfortable cooking. In all styles for any fuel. Sold-by O. "ML. IDOISSIEIIB, If you forget everything else, don't forget to go and see that splendid 'new stock of millinery goods recently opened up by Matson & McCall. Millinery Goods this season are wonderfully nice, and it seems to us we have this time secured a little the most desirable stock ever laid down in Algona. We want you to call and see . what we have ; .that tells the story. Come today. Matson & McCall Slagle's Harness Shop, Manufacturers and dealers in Harness, Saddles, Whips, and all Harness goods. Also a full line of Trunks, Grips, and Telescopes. Repairing neatly an4 promptly done. All work flrsf class. Oivifug a PftJl anfl we guarantee satisfaction. p. fc IQEJ! IDE! IOBI LEGAL. TAX SALE NOTICE. To B. O. Killmer: You are hereby notifled that on the 5th flay of December, 1892, the treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, sold for the taxes of 1801 the following described real estate, to-wlt: Lot Four in Block Twelve in the original town of Algona, Iowa, to W. H. Nycum; that the right of redemption from such such sale will expire and a deed be made to the-undersigned unless redemption from sale be made within ninety days from the time of completed service of this notice. Algona, Iowa, Sept, 23, 1895. W. H. NYOUM, S7t3 Owner of Certificate. TAX SALE NOTICE. To Anna Williamson: You are hereby notified that on the 5th day of December, 1898, the treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, sold for the taxes of 18D1 the following described real estate, to-wlt: Lot Seven In Block Seventy.flve in Call's addition to Algona, Iowa, to W. H. Nycum; that the right of redemption from such sale will expire and a deed be made to the undersigned unless redemption from sale be made within ninety days from the time of completed service of this notice,' Algona, Iowa, Sept. 33,1895. W. H. NYCUM. 37t3 Owner of Certificate. TAX SALE NOTICE, To Lawrence Harmon! You are hereby no tlfitd that on tbe 5th flay of December, J882, the treasurer of Kosswtn county, Iowa, sold for the taxes of 1801, the following described real estate, to-wit: Lot Eight in Block Seventy five in Call's addition to Algona. to W, H, Nyoum; that the right of redemption from such sale will expire and a deed be made tp the undersigned unless redemption from sale be made within ninety days from the time of completed service of this notice, Algona, Iowa, Sept. S3,1895. ' ' "W, B. NY00M, CS7t3 Owner of Certificate. ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. Notice la hereby given tha* th,e undersigned has been appointea and has qualified <vu 84- pinistratrlx of the estate of W. JJ. . . xon, Jate of Kossuth covmty, Iowa, deceft8edr>Ali persons in any manner Indebted to said estate will make jmme<Jlate payment to the under. signed.; and those having claims agajnet tfte said estate will We them with the Plwfttf We district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, as provided by law, duly authenUeWd, V Ww- j^UCOt c Paten this I8(h day of September, 1895. ' The best fpr chattel work. DR. MOTT'S

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