The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1895 · Page 8
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MO Gore tbii, [R% Sarsaparilla MAKES »tNANC!AL. _______ - _______ Kossuth County State Band XCTW.A.. .«BO,OOC Incorporated tinder general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collec tlpus made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or froiiithe old countries sold atlowest rates. Wit. H. 1NGHAJL... J. Q. JONES.. .................. Vice LEWIS H. SMITH ...................... fiwliior • .Directors— Wm. H. Inghahi, John G. Smith, J. r Bi Joties, T. Ohrlschllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Baniet Devine. tneffi 1* the best. . . . .,, Oome &nd Idok ft. duf fclfHlfrtitFrolit SftckSj Otff ttdimd Cbfnefed Sflcks, Oilr CtswWftS Flocks OtiF Nobby Overcoats, Oaf Trousers in Stripes and Mixtures. The finest goods 6W otfered at Such Little Prices. THE NEW ENGLAND. CITY CIRCUIT, The First National Bank XO-W.A.. CAPITAL 850,000 Special attention given to collections. , AMBROSE A. CALL President H. HUTCH1NS Vice President WM. K. FERGUSON Cashier 0. D. SMITH v Asst. Cabhter Directors—D. H. Hutching, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, W. F. Carter, Ambrose A. 1 Call, K. H. Spencei 1 , Wm. K. Ferguson., Money always on hand to loan at reasonable "rates to parties furnishing first-class security. CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. jgictie A.LQONA., IOWA. Officers and Directors— A; D. Clarice, President, C. C.'Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, • Geo. L. Galbrafth, ' Fred. M. Miller. • Myron Schenck, ' Thos. F. Cooke. . General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETT DEPOSIT VAULTS. CSfflnterest paid on time deposits. PROFESSIONAL. •S^'fc^^^-w^^'X 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 Chrlschllles'store. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office In Gardner Cowles' new building. -. SULLIVAN & MeMAHON, 'ATTORNEYS AT LAW., Office in Hoxle-Fereuson bjjck. GEO. R. CLOUD, [Successor to \V. B, Quarton,] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ALGONA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth County State Bank. E. V. SVVETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, ^ Alfjona, Iowa, UK. GARPJELD>"Bi.' Offlce, State St., one door east of Cordingley. Residence, McGregor st, east of the public school building, U, C, McQpY, M. • D., PHJ81GIAN AND 8URQEON, Bpecjal attention to pity practice, PHYSICIAN AND Algona, SURGEON, M. PRIPE, M. P., ; , ,Qffle? ever no»tpfflce, on £ta_te street, • . JriEo p, P. S. Sa^^ /ft • Rl|*Ti8f, %fe^ ?M *'**; COurt will ttdjoura today. Col. Henderson toinorrow flight. Election In lees than thfe6 weeks. The Fl'itik case goes over till fcext tertn of court. Thos. Little's fatnily has a new boy since Sunday. Ambrose A. Call has put a big addition on his barn. M.L.Clarke is advertising the old Grove barn for sale. A. i?. Palmer's family rejoices in a new boy since Sunday. Jake Winkel and Miss Maine Zanke are to be married today. Jas. Laird hns bought the old Lamb house east of the college building. The Kossuth County State bank statement speaks for itself in this issue. Wm. Kuhn's new house is enclosed and will be a neat and tasty cottage. Wiltsey gets a year in the penitentiary. The case will be appealed. P. L. Stagle has left a beet at this Office that is Worth looking at for size. The frame will soon be up for D. S. Miller's new house near the fair ground. C. A. Smith expects to have five fast colts to train this fall on the Algona track. The ladies of the A. L. A. will meet at the reading room Friday at 3 o'clock. Ex. Gov. St. John will speak next Wednesday .m the 'interests of prohibition. • . , . The Heath case is continued until next term of court. He is out under $1,500 bonds. The Tennessee jubilee singers had a big.house Monday evening and gave an enjoyable program. Gov. Boies will not speak in Algona Friday as announced. There was a mistake made at Des Moines. Wm. Dodds has a wheat record for this year of records. He sowed 10 bushels and threshed out 265. Prof. Virtue will explain the whole theory of trusts, pools, etc., Saturday evening at the Congregational church. Senator Chubb was up about Spirit Lake last week buying feeding cattle. He got 70 in Senator Funk's bailiwick. Will Haggard has been editing the Republican in Mr. Starr's absence and has shown himself a good newspaper man. Col. Henderson's speech tomorrow evening will begin at 8 o'clock. If seats are wanted it might be well to go earlier. ..<-• , .• . B. H. Samuels of the normal school has brought his family from Des Moines and is now at home in the Oryillo Minkler house. The old-time favorites, the Andrews, will give the new comic opera The Pretty Persian at the opera house, two weeks from Friday, Nov, 1. Walker Whiteside comes to Algona in about five weeks, Nov. 26. It will be the great dramatic event in the history of our opera house. , The new iron bridge at St. Jo is done,, .It will pay everybody to take a drive these Indian summer days and see it arid St. Jo's big,church. The normal school .lecture course is very cheap, and brings men of recognized ability, It should' receive • a hearty su pport on the part of the people, -.>',.. ".'Bonar & Fellows have boon- making good progress since coming to Algona and Wesley. They now have 13 cases started in district court, one in Han? cock county, Pomeroy, the young man who entered a house In Germania. pleaded guilty to burglary and 1 was sentenced to nine months at Anamosn. He was taken last week, The Andews played at Estb0 : rville the'next night after the Oriole Opera coppa ny, and 'yyepe, 1 iked muo> • Better. They have the best coippany this year they'ever have had, • •'.•-•* In The Pretty Persian Ed, Andrews appears as a marriage broker and has as ludicrous a part; as he could wish. He is the'principal character iq the play and Ed. is at home. F. S, Norton and Harvey Ingham have moved ipjo their ,n§w homes, Pat, Kain will move next ''week into his house vacated, by the latter. He is now building a new barn. The three hper sellers, who have been in limbo, were sentenced by Jpdge Thomas to a $300 flpe or 102 'days m jail. They are GnUagher, Williams and Kejley, and wlJJ»}! board H put, Q^rl Bysa, whp hftd,bii }eg brpjcep in a runaway list weeky tbowgM it would be easier 1 without tUft 8plffltft pn after it was set, and so took; $eqj off, They are pa again tor keep iupg ,M J» Hog along llr'' ftev. Re\r. , the pmpiine^ ap^p^prfla* WHS in Indlan aJ ; ft D4/|^i|;> foith ie Befle^'Ml^b«il-;wi^eAr^''hlg tMitet A1*W '"'- ji -''— Wfw • Hpj^rows^lto •yig8.pr.ifyfc^ u judge a recommendation of leniency ia sentencing him. D. C< Chase of Webstef City and J. W, Sullivan defended Wlitsey, Ji C. Raytoohd and S, S. Sessions 'prosecuted. John G. Smith is at fiobart mostly these days buying hay utid storing in his hay barn there. He an A. H. Pttine both say that hay is in worse shape this year than ever before. The fall rains have hurt the color. A. L. Goddard is back from Alia- tnakee county and leaves some samples of what he calls "pure bred" corn at this office. His brother raised It. Even corn is coming to have a pedigree in these days of high breeding. The Algona orchestra started out Monday, playing at Britt Monday evening, at Forest City last evening, and at Albert Lea this evening. From there they go east. They will probably be in Algona for a party in about two weeks again. Homes are wanted by the Iowa society for homeless children. Both boys and girls from two months to 10 years and older can be sent out. If any of our readers are willing to take these waifs nnd provide for them we will notify the society. County Attorney Raymond will take steps at once to revoke Dr. Lacy's permit to sell liquors in Lu Verne. The doctor's method of handling the business has not proved satisfactory to the people and ha barely escaped indictment by the grand jury. The Des Moines papers say that Jones & Smith have an expert landscape gardener and cemetery surveyor platting their grounds at Des Moines. Their cemetery will be in the latest fashion, like a park, no mounds allowed, and only one stone' to a lot and one marker to a grave. It is rumored that the Shadle & Long meat market will occupy the Purvis room in the new block, Patterson & Son the old Chrischilles store, and Brownell's shoe store one of the Ctill fronts. Dr. A. L. Rist's dental office will occupy the second story of the Purvis building. Cards have been received announcing the marriage of Frank E. Smith and Miss Clara, Lillie Jacoh.y at Indianola, next Wednesday. They will be at home at 1,808, Eleventh street, Des Moines, after Nov. 10. Frank's old Algona friends will wish him much happiness in his new life. Tremaine of Humboldt sold Brady of Fort Dodge some land near Corwith. He rescinded the sale. later and Brady sues to get the land. T. D. Heal ey is up with Sullivan & McMahon for Brady and Parley Finch is with Clarke & Cohenour for Tremaine. and Judge Thomas is heai-ing the case today. The Emmetsburg druggist, Hurley, who wanted a liquor permit at Whittemore, was knocked out in one round. He testified that he was doing business a.t both places, and Judge Thomas at once decided that he could not secure one, that being, as the judge put it, a " personal trust" which he could hold in but one place. Algona ought to fill the Congregational church for the normal school lecture Saturday evening. It is the opening of a course which will be more instructive and valuable than any ever given here. The speakers are recognized by our leading institutions, and their business is to explain fully the subjects they discuss. As an educational movement this lecture course is an event in our history. D. C. Chase got after Col. Sessions' military title in court last .week. He said to the jury in the Wiltsey case that the prosecution not content with bringing the civil .authority, of the state into service in the person, of the prosecuting attorney, had dragged In the military as well in the person of the gallant colonel. As he was before the jury after Col, Sessions was done, the latter got no chance to reply. Judge Thomas tells an amusing incident of his career on the beiioh, called out by the burning of the Bobn fence posts. He says that in one^ of the counties in this district a jury disagreed in a criminal prosecution and the sheriff, thinking that the case was ended, took the indictment and all the papers and put them in the stove, When the new jury was secured there was nothing to try the case ivith. AJprona has a new church spctetv. The Pre3byterians have organized and meetings will be held every Sunday at the Swedish Methodist church, Rev. Greene of Fort Dodge was up Thursday and preached and 20 joined the society, A Sunday school met Sunday with 68 members, Rev. J, B, Clapp will preach for a few months every Sunday at 2 o'clock and at 7:30 o'plppk p, m, The Sunday eo,bool will meet at 8 o'clock, A pleasant dancing party opeped the Terpsiphorean season in Algona Sat- flay evening at court home, hall, the fceetra, fwniahiner wu8jQ,.'Tbe ra coasts gf Aug. 8,tejrzb,aqb W, Owhr of Atom, J, meyep-and P, Grwtf B of Futon, ' the jtfr-y 6afe6 ifl, his fires wiih, . Bancroft had & stabbing affray last week. Beitfilefy & e&r|»hterV »eM 'at his bfotber-itflftw with a eofatch ftwl and ptit IBS poifi. efrcU fntdB«8h»tild6F blade and ones Ifito his shdaldei* In front of the collar; bwBej ehtefiBg the lubg okVityi Me Is ufidfef $1,000 Bonds and will have a hearing befcire Justice Barge faext week, 'S^tiire Rflytfiofid pfosecdtifitf, The two nieh have had'ft long standing quarrel, and the tnaa stabbed is mUcih larger* than the etaft- her, which lends some color to the claim that he was the aggressor. KOMAL i O. V1MU6 of Itfet-Vttf d Uollege UiScUss ±fU8ta oil Satui-dfty an- . They 'are a fine lot the, daaofirs ar§ .Srvwm ctf of Ft, ' St*p^ob",& *§ wlhyftpy, and .-Wttl'idv. their The first lecfcufe of the flflfteal c6ufee will be given Saturday evening at the Cohgregation&l church. Mr. G. O. Virtue of Harvard college wilt talk on "Trusts, Pools -titld Combines." Se comes with the highest endorsement and all who are Interested in the discussion of modern social problems should attend. In these University Extension lectures, as they are called* discussion is welcome after the speaker is done, and all questions are answered. The attempt is to explain from a scien* tific standpoint the exact present con^ ditions of society and to educate the general public. GOOD butter to go with the pancakes at the Opera House Grocery, Money Saved, without a doubt, by buying your groceries of Anderson & Stebbins, south of the court house. CAPES and jackets, Gal brulth & Co.'s. fur and cloth, at FOR time loans on real estate at Kossuth County State Bank. apply STATEMENT. OF T1IE Kossuth County State Bank At close of business, Sept. 21, 1805, made to auditor of state as required by law. ASSETS. Loans and discounts Good $113,585 20 Doubtful T... 40000 In suit and judgment 650 00 Past due 5,30000 Cash -on band and cash Items Deposits with solvent bank subject to be drawn on demand.. Overdrafts Real «state Personal property.... $113,065 20 7,458 78 30,90475 720 11 10,62962 2,789 92 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In Deposits Undivided protlts after deducting all expenses Liability of directors $166,564 34 50,00000 104,18929 12;385 05 $166,564 34 1 2,90000 WM. H. INGHAM, President. J. W. WADSWOKTH, Asst. Cash. THEO. CHHISCHILLES, • Sworn to and subscribed before me a notary public by the above named Wm. H. Ingham, J. W. Wadsworth, and Theo. Chr 8th day of October, 1895. [L. s.] Chrlschllles, this H. E. BIST, Notary Public. 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. Goods- ; this. season are wonderfully nice,'and it -seems to, ys we have this time secured a little the most desirable stock ever laid down in Algeria, We want you to call and see what we nave ; that tells the ' story, Come today, . 4 ' Matson & McCall. Slagle's Harness Shop, Manufacturers aqfl dealers In ' ,' Harness, Saddles, Whips, and all Harness-goods. Also a full line of Trunks, efrips, ana Telescopes. Repairing neatly and promptly done. *A11 wort? flr^f class. Give ug a call and we tnjftrantJee P, I* ^^t, tmr bf the celebrated JeteJ Stdtea afid ftafifeS» AH tevestigatioh win cofr vtoce you of theif fexcdteflce tof fooklHg of Bating fcitfpbSes, A Jettei Stove costs fto ffiofe thari Hiany stoves 6f a ffiuch Iflfefiof quality, ~ tfade-ftiark OH evefy Stove Is art absolute fuafaiitee! of «"-*-• Ask for dJcwif take no ether, You Will sever fegrejt yotif , Sold by 0, M, DOXBEE, Cook Without Waste of fuel or time, without any of the unpleasant features of the ordinary cook stove, on the Riverside None Better. Soon saves enough to pay for itself. Riversides are made in all styles and for all fuels. Sold by The Famous Rounc e 9 Is better than any other heating Stove '•'""• ••-•:- -'• —--^--j&f ever made. It is made of better material, is made better, fitted perfectly. The results an enormous .business. Has 450 imitations, trying hard to sell on the reputation of the ROUND OAK. You can get the genuine r if your eyes see this. SEE THE NAME ON THE LEG. Sold only by J. W. ROBINSON. WOOD. WOOD. WOOD. We have j us t bought twenty-five cars of the best dry wpod; in, the market which we will deliver to any part of the city as follows; 4-ft, Hardwood, per cord, 4-fb. Mixed wood, per cord 4-ft, Soft wood, per cord, $4.85 3.85 ... 3,50 We also have this wood saw&d; in" stpve lengths, which we will deliver as usual. This is a rare opportunity to secure' your winter's supply ot wood at very low prjces, J, A, Hamilton ^ Co> • • -••••' ' • -."..-. i - .t. t -.,.-. •. , . <• * V( ^ ' i \ The State University < ' i , « i •¥>•. THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS .,_ , • ,,(„ .. t , . ,rtlQu!ar Jftfpmation as tc tfee respepljt ,„ .,,. 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