The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 23, 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 23, 1895
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mw^*/® 7 -? <ra *?'«'-- §»', - 1 J t 1 r -'t-'l * f tr * - -** $ :: m^A,% MEDAL And Diploma Awarded * HAOECLOTHE6 CHERRY PECTORAL THROAT and » LUNC COMPLAINTS Kossutii County State Bank XO-W.A.. CAPITAL .............................. 850,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Oollec tloils made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or trom tHe old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. IN6HAM .................... Proxidcni Jf.'B. JONES ........ A .......... Vice Pii-Hldciu H. SMITH ...................... fusilier * Directors— Wm. H. Durham, John G. Smlttt, ' J. B. Jones, T. OhrlschllTes, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Bttrnet Devlne. The First National Bank ©3? ^.IiS-OaiT^, IO-W.A.. CAPITAL ......................... 850,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL .............. : . . President H. HUTOH1NS .............. Vice President \VM. K. FEUGUSON ............. '. ..... Cashier G. D. SMITH ..................... Asst. Cahhier "Directors— D. H. Hutchins, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, W. F. Carter, Ambrose A. Call, K. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. ^Monoy always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties .furnishing first-class security. CASH CAPITAL, 850,000.' ALGONA, IOWA.. Officers and Directors— A. J>. Clarke, President, 0; C. Chubb, VicePrest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbralth, > Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Cooke. 4 General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. ^"Interest paid on time deposits. PROFESSIONAL, •+*^~i**~r~*^**s^^~^-^ ^^^vx-N^^^Xrf-s^^^ CL'ARKE & 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 Ohrischllles' store. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS, LAND. Collections a specialty. Office In Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & MeMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-Ferguson bl jck, GEO. R. CLOUD, ([Successor to W. B, Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ALQOIU, IOWA, Office over Kossuth County State Bank. P. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, , Ipwa, L. K, ,!*. D.; :W' 'Office, state at,, one door east of pordJngley. ^ •'. _• Residence, Mcaregpr st., east of the '' ' V " public school touildjng, :, C. -MeCOY, JV(t. »„ i^D BURGEON, / r r , Special attention, to qtty practice.' PHYSICIAN ANP SURGEON, J, Oik'A Cotae and iook at Oiif Btrftigbl Pfotit §AekS, Otlft saeke, Otif Cutaway I Oui? NflbbV, dvefcoatSj Out ft ousers in ^ StWpeg'Atid Mixtufes. *he fittest goods evef dffefed at Sudh Little Prices. NEW ENGLAND, CIRCU11 1 , Ed. Andrews will entertain us a Week Ex-GoV. St, John speaks at the dourt house tonight. Claud Wicoulin wrote home Monday that it was snowing in Minneapolis. We have had 10 marriage .licenses in October. That is appoaching one a day.' Kossuth jutnps from 18,180 to 18,346 people in five years. That is pretty good. Now for the Algona " Y" ttgain. We shall have to have the " Y" for our new factory. D. A. Haggard has a big sale every dny next week but one. He is kept busy these days. Ed, Patterson turned his ankle while Working on his new house last week and goes on' crutches. ' Will H. Naudatn has bought a 140 acre tract west of Burt of G. A. Healey and will farm by proxy. Preston Sarchett is; very sick with typhoid fever in Union township. He has a chance to recover. The case of Mrs. Mary MoDermott of Wesley against Jos. Hoenig for selling liquor to her husband is continued. » If the shoe factory pans out as represented and the citizens accept it, Algona will gain 500 population next summer. The Wesley boys paid over the money in the race between Vickerman and Corey's pony, but insist that fraud was practiced. Gardner Cowles has plans for a handsome barn which he will have : built this fall. He has sold his old barn to O. Minkler. The Corwlth land title case of iBrady vs. Tremaine brought a lot of land men into court. Judge Thomas will pass on it in vacation. The Northwestern ha.s borrowed 16 engines of the Union Pacific, and they can be seen any day on this line. They needed them this fall. Col. Henderson attended the Congregational ladies' oyster supper and said he never got as good oysters-,.beforo at a church entertainment. ,/- • Mr. A. C. Johns' horse kicked him Saturday and broke his right fore arm. Dr. McCoy set the fracture and Mr. Johns will soon be about again. That injunction case between Lu- Verne and D. Bamm over closing a street was settled by the town paying the costs and a $10 attorney fee. E. J. Mathews' family is quarantined west of town by the Cresco board of health on account of scarlet fever. The sick ones are all getting better. E.G. Tuttle has leased the Wolf hotel at. the Northwestern depot and will be landlord hereafter. He will be a good hotel man and will move this week. The Bancroft races were postponed Saturday on account of the bad day. It is a little too late for racing. The county fair was on the verge, of the good season. Mr, McElroy tells us that since the new reading room has been occupied he has given out over 1.100 books, This is for a period of four months, or at a rate of 3,800 a year. The Andrews come a week from Friday, Nov. 1. Their new opera, The Pretty Persian, is said to be the best they have had since they made their reputation in the Mikado. George Blackford shot a magnificent golden eagle last Wednesday evening just at dusk. His majesty had roosted on a tree in the grove for the night, He measured seven feet from tip to tip, Union township has decided on uniform school books and next Monday Myroq Sohenck will exchange new books for the old at his home. Re* member the day and get your new books., The fixtures for the new court house vaults are ordered. The files will he of steel, and E, N. Weaver will make the book racks, In the clerk's vftult 200 files will he put in, and J50 in the auditor's office, The United Workmen adopted ap» propriate resolutions in memory of Aug. Brown, who died suddenly -\v Irviogtpn, They pay hie family $2,OpQ insurance, The United Workmen are a popular society, A« L. GUspn, who is arranging to ut a paint and oil wholesale store toAlgOPft! h£s peen at Fopda Ijbe past week PR account pf his father's- illness. He is now engaging a room his, The pregbytgr'iaj churob is holding special meetings each evening this week in the Swe/jlgh Metbqd}8t church, and 7:30 p, Al) bureau, aHd Pfof, Lilly has not beetl fully informed as to what ha may expect. A great many were looking forward to this course with anticipations of pleasure and will regret if it is givett U{5. Marriage licenses have been issued to Edwin SaHborn and Sarah Dale, Geo. Aman and Kate Scheben, Wm. J. Burton and Nora E. Molt, Granvllle Domtte and Mamie Kerr. Walter A. Garis and Mamie N. Wilson, E. W. Ford and Ella Eraser. Henry Sitnpkins got ail the insurance money on his laundry that burned except $100. The company claims there was some agreement as to that, but Henry denies it and is suing for that amount through E. V. Swotting. The case is continued till next term. R. Mi Richmond has beeti platting all north of the railroad at Swea City and will build him a big house on the new addition. He has been in Algona several times lately consulting Surveyor Telller. This is the fourth addition to the original town site, and indicates that Swea City is in the swim. Walter Stebbins has leased the Johns hotel at the Milwaukee depot and has taken possession. Mr. and Mrs. Johns, we understand, will visit in Minneapolis and take a well earned vacation. Walter will make a number one landlord and keep up the excellent reputation the hotel has enjoyed. Now that cool weather is coming the public reading room is attended so" that the ladies have been compelled to add new chairs and a new reading table. As soon as Thos. F. Cooke, who is president of the society, returns, extensive additions will be planned. Algona's reading room is a credit to the town. The Illustrated American, which can be seen at the reading room, has an illustration of Whiteside as he appeared in New York as Hamlet, and in the same critical review in which C. F. Niedlinger rakes Nat Good win and John Drew over the coals he praised Whiteside. That puts him up pretty high. The jury in that three weeks' case at Garner brought in a verdict of. $1 for the plaintiff. This was a virtual victory for the defendants, who were represented by Geo. E. Clarke. The plaintiff built the block there and lost several thousand dollars on the contract for which he sued the defendants. The times for holding court were agreed upon by Judges Thomas and Quarton a week ago, and official notice is published this week. In Kossuth court meets March 9, May 18, Oct. 6 and Dec. 14 the coming 'year. Judge Thomas will be here for the October term, Judge Quarton for the other three. A Whittemore man is playing C. O. Ihmels of West Bend for the checker championship of the two counties. How would it be for Whittemore to tackle Dan Long or some of our county players and get to be champion of one county to begin with? Algona has the champions at checkers and challenges the world. Those who have occasion to examine the court records will discover that a new and attractive style of penmanship has been introduced, Credit is due to Mrs, B. F. Crose, whose work is a perfect specimen of fine book-keeping. B. F, writes an excellent hand, but he 'would never win a medal in a contest with Mrs. Crose. The Col. Clarke attorney fee case against E. S,, Ellsworth, Eld'ora's millionaire citizen, who divorced his wife without her knowledge or consent, will be tried in Algona again, At the former trial Col, Clarke got judgmeut for $2,500, hut the supreme court found error in the record and now refuses to change its opinion on rehearing. The matter was .settled last week, and the case will doubtless come up next term, A new feature of the mulct law was developed in court, McCoy, who was fined $300 some time ago for selling in Whittemore, failed to pay. He was doing business in property owned by Ed, Engl§r and Mrs. Henry Munch, and under the' law this is liable for the line. County Attorney Raymond accordingly brought action and judgment was rendered and the property ordered sold to pay the fine, The mulct is a pretty f»ir law when it comes to making the venders pay their license, Ed, Atkins is 'wanted and is wanting, Saturday he pjairoe4 to have a telegram calling him to Wisconsin and left for the east, Mpnday Mrs. Aug. Brown, widow of the farmer who died BQ suddenly a wqek ago, was before Justice Taylor to have Atkins arrested on a charge of seduption. The victim is Mrs. Brown's daughter, about 19 years of age, and has Atkins' premise of mar* riage. Constable Tellier was sent with a warrant but fpijnfl his man gpne as stated, Atkins is about; gj years pf age an4 le well related, There is premise pf a ptty Jaw after nil, Spnae time ago jibe city fie4 M. &, p&ljon jmd, .ethers to that the utregt by their places is they have put Uiptp. sWewRlks or wove tbem pftoii .where tn§y us§4 tp t>e, ' type te wp» .v. ^,-J.Y-. tesesssd fSrhtrf/SJste. We ebtnftieftdl to Mikeftfce -Hftes "Io"v6 Hi i&6ksmlt>y," arid stagiest that history nhtWr fcfiftfc £6Hfif jpebple suit iherbselfes treltp.f IhBtf toaf-eftts fedH, JB^thft Way didfl^ inrfd h&*e Gpetfjft Of-eeti as the of runaway lovers? Sunday tbdfbiflg Me*.- t ?e8lgr)fttidii fta pastor of thfi Cti»gfega» tiotial church Was read. It Is to take eftetst JftHuftpy 1. The ehuhih BiefetS todft^ to Accept it and to betfltt looldhg fob a Buc'cessOF. This wilt close a seVeh years' pastorate, during which BeVi Davidson- has made an exceptional fecord for a Voting toab as ft pulpit speaker. Itt this respect his place will be hard to fill, There ara few tueh of his years in the pulpit anywhere Who have read as Widely of studied as untiring!^ or who bring to their sermons so rich a fund of information and illustration. Palling hehlth is the reason assigned for his resignation. With regained strength he should fill a city pulpit, for nine out of ten of the larger churches do not have tnen of equal talent In his line. Motley Saved, without a doubt, by buying your groceries of Anderson & Stebbitis, south of the court house. Fixing: the the Tei'ras of Court in the Fottrteenth. Judicial District of the State of Iowa, for the Years 1896-7. It Is hereby ordered that the terms of the d/sulet court In the several counties of the Fourteenth judicial district of Iowa shall be begun and h olden at the times hereinafter specified, viz: ' CO*HQea>t.'»»l«0<# IB S31-00 IN r« 00 to (HOT HH <N<N (M o fflr+ININCISJ MHC4MHG4 H afnofo'lQCDo'ao' HH05<N «rt HrtH NH :•• |!?!8f III : M And be it further ordered that of said terms or couvt the Judges will hold the several terms writjea below their respective names In the fol lowing tables, viz.: EOT THOMAS. Counties, 1898. 1807. Buena Vista....January.... 6 January.... 18 Humboldt ......January....88 Februavy .. 0 Clay.... February .. 18 Feb.. uary .. S3 Buena Vista ...March 0 MPI-CU 15 Pocahontas March 30 April.. 5 Homboldt ......April ....'..13 Aoril 10 Clay May 12 May.... ....11 DlcVinbon May.... ....25 May ...24 Emmet August .,..25 August., ,.24 Palo Alto September. 1 September. 1 Pooabontas September 21 September.20 Kossuth.... ....October.,., 6 October,.,. 5 Bueua Vista....October ...,26 October ....25 Pocaliontas,,...November. 0 November. 8 Humboldt .... ..November .24 November .23 Clay.,.; December.. 8 December.-, 7 W. B. QBAIMON. Counties. 1890. 1897. Pocahouias Januaiy.... 6 January..,11 Kmuiet Januaiy....20 January. ..25 Dlckiason Febiuary .. 3 February .,15 Pa'o AUo..„...,February . 17 March 1 Kossulh .,,....,March...... 0 March.,.,..20 'Baimet,.... ....April, 6 April 19 Palo Alto.......April 20 Mw,....,-,. 3 Kossuth.....,,..May 18 May,... ,,..24 Bv.ena Vista.,,, August.. ,.35 August.. ..24 Humboldt September 14 September 13 Clay ....September 28 September 27 Dickinson .,..,.October.. ..20 October .,..18 Emmet. ,.„,.,.November . 2 November, 1 Palo Alto.,..,,, November .10 November. 8 Dickinson .....December,, 7 November .22 Kossuth December,, 14 December.. 6 •In witness whereof we, the undersigned, judges of said court, have hereunto set our hands this Ist-day of October, A. D. 1895. LOT THOMAS, Judge. 31t4 W, B, QUARTON, Judge, ADMINISTRATION NOTICE, Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed ana has qualified as ad- ministratrix of the estate of August Brown, late of Kossuth county, Iowa, deceased. All persons in any manner indebted to said eptate will make immediate payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against the said estate will file them with the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, as provided by jaw, duly authenticated, for allowance. Dated this 18th day of Octaber, 1895. i ' YES8INB BROWN, 31t3 Administratrix. SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given t.hat by virtue of a, special execution to me directed by the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, , against the goods, chattels, lands, tenements, efo., of Miles W, 4 Haloes. &u4 Annie Halnes, defendants, in favor o; panson & Butler, plaintiffs, I will offer at pubjtp sale to the high: est and best bidder too cash, at the door of the court house, In the town of Algona, county of Kossuth. Iowa, on the 18th day of November, 1895, between the Uoues ot 9 o'clock tv. in, and 4 o'clock p, TO ., allot said M, W. g. Haines, Annie Halnes, Wm,Bossinahapi,J. E, Black' ford, M, aroat, anflF. V. Chandler's right title, and interest i» and, to the following <}e scribed real estate, situated ft Koasutn cpw- ty, S,aje to jpopmence at tte bpur of 8 p'clook p. * ' SHERIFF'S SAVE, it H stafids lot all thai is efficieht) economical tleanly ahti durable in heaters and cookers, With' it as a gtiiue you will get Whstt will satisfy you. Sold by 0. M. DOXSEE. A HOD O'COAL will last a Riverside Range longer than it will any other. Easily worked. Clean comfortable cooking. In all styles for any fuel. Sold by •O. IM:. 3DO22ISBB, Fall and Winter Clothes. The question now with you is: Where shall you buy your "Winter Clothes ? The answer in all cases should be : Buy them at home. Can we buy as'good and cheap clothes here in Algona-as we can in any other city of the same size ? Yes, you can, by going to the shop of O. L. FOSS, who, for the next two weeks, will sell clothes at a 'great reduction.. Clothes are made up in the latest fashion and in artistic manner, and guaranteed first-class fitting garment. Cutting and repairing done promptly and neatly. Buttons made to order. All kinds of woolen goods in stock sold at the. very lowest figure. Jlgf I sell steamship tickets to and from Europe on all the leading lines. ' O. L. FOSS. I am going to HAMILTON'S To get some of their DRY WOOD before it is all gona They are giving rare bargains in Wood, and no one should miss it. NSURANGE. Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Offlce over Algona State Bank, Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, • Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Rookford of Bookford, , , Lloyd's Plate Qlass of New York, United States LJfe of New York, If you forget- everything else, don't forget to go and see that splendid new stock s»f millinery gopds recently opened yp by M^tson & McCall. Slagle's Harness Shop, Goods this Harness, Saddles, Whips, and all Harness goods. Also a full MW» Trwnfes, Grips; aad/meepopes. BeM neafl and propntly }o»e. All W0r»I » '"I

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