The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1895 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 6, 1895
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.v£'' • ^i".' If It wip^if^w.pjppi^^ • . -,~ •«»••» JilcSlieifi?, 7:&nd;eont{ttWttntii iofU^fcir-nifla days we wttl« ^^^S^K^SS^^i^SS^^m^}^ them ft»*am anv atHei- dealer within 200 miles.: ::;« .:.,.>. ... t ... ,v... , j^ve tjie overcoats *-' u " ld f s fi^hl now* before the dold weather sets in, just in tim^ior you to save from a'tarn* of big profits is mads by all dealer Hera are factions, Bead them, Save monay while the snap lasts, : 'v3V* ;Brought to, our ;&tbre will buy a Man's Overboat) the price of which is $6. $10.00 Brought to our store will buy an import- Oarr Melton Overcoat, the same which any dealer will ask you $20 for, $7.00 Brought to our store will buy an all-wool Beaver Overcoat, •which" other dealers would think a bargain at $15.00. Come and see for Yourself. OCX Kossutli County State Bank CAPITAL.. .$50,001 i§ \ ' Incorporated under general laws of loWa. f " : , Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and ."domestic exchange bought and sold. Coueo 'tions made promptly, and a general banking business' transacted. ' Passage tickets to or >; from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. INGHAM^.... ....President y$i -TJ. B.' JONES 'A Vice President " IMBWISH. SMTTH....V. Cashier , Directors—'Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, ' Ji B. Jones, T. Chrlscbmes, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. • Two cases more of underwear to sell for 60 cents.' You will find the same in other stores and they will tell you It is cheap for 75 cents. NEW The First National Bank IOW.A... CAPITAL ;:^.*........ $50,000 ',? , Special attention given to collections. , Sft** ;* "•" ' V, •"'• ' li'ji-I'A-MBEOSE A. CALL; President &'•" v • * H; 'HUTCHINS .'..; Vice President _. ..WM':k. FERGUSON Cashier |T&-,e.'I>. SHlTH/i'WI.:.' Asst. Cabhier ViR, 5 'Directors-D.*H.*HUtohlns, S.'A. Ferguson, ftj"' • PHilip'' Dorweiler, W. F. Garter, Ambrose A. i|ji,. Call, B. 1 - H.C Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. ' s ~ "• ; "" Money always on hand to loan at reasonable . parties furnishing first-class security. THE CITY CIRCUIT. CAPITAL, $50,000. t f V -..,'- ALQONA, IOWA.. . , itffloert an& Directort— ' • A, D, Clarke, President, " 0.0, Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, ' ' Geo. L. Galbraith, \ ' Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Cooke. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. tyinterest paid pi; 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. Remember the Webster lecture this evening. ' , Congregationalist church supper tomorrow night. P. 0. Willson is building a house to rent west of the normal school. W. J. Crammond is building a sizeable cottage west of his present home. November opens mild and genial. It has been a great fall for corn husking. Mr. and Mrs. Gotlieb Bohn celebrated their golden wedding June 24 of last year. It is reported that a big Livermore party are coming for Walker White side in a body. The Bancroft Register refers to " Jas. Taylor, the Algona cloak man and dry goods prince." • W. j L. Joslyn and Dr. Tribon take offices in the Boston block as soon as they are ready. About all the lumber now is going into corncribs. Kossuth will have miles of new cribs this fall. West Bend and Whittemore both ;> s, s; SESSIONS, '-AT%pWE,Y''AT LAW, 1 Prompt collections. Money to loan on chatwJ • .Over QfrrisehlUes; etore, PANSON &-3UTLER, , ,LAW, , LOANS, LAND, t ' CoUeottons a speotajty. JbMce jq Gainer Cowtes' new balldiog. Y8 , A T A t 4 ^ claim checker champions, Algona challenges them both. Bradley & Nicoulin are tearing ou the old blacksmith shop at the wagon works and will build new. The Baptist Ladies Missionary society will meet with Mrs. M. C. Baile; Saturday, Nov. 9, at 3 p. m. The Presbyterian church has 2 members now. The Burt pastor wa down Sunday to ; assist Rev. Clapp. The new Germania bank building i 24x54 feet, two stories, and said by th Standard to beat anything thereabouts Theo. Cbrischilles is still making in quiriesfor Gottlieb Sphuerle and th $10,000 is still awaiting that indiv u idua in Algona, Thos. Sherman is havi.Pg ft seriou run of typhoid at Bancroft. His moth er and sister are- up fron attending, \ „• , Rev. Boardmari of* Huraboldt wil preach for the Congregationalists nex Sunday, and Bev. Thrush ol the Sunday following. Walker Wbiteside playe Hamlet in Algona two weeks from next Tuesday, It will be the greatest dramatic event in the history of the county, Work baa begun on. Gardner Cowles' new barn. it will be twp full stories above a stone basement, after a handsome design, A. M. Coan is doing the nd that it is a good tking. If it devel- pes he will make a good stake yot. The Moe brothers come from Sioux ity to Algona with letters of endorsement which speak of them in high ,erms. They have opened a meat mar- cet in the Heise building on Thoring- on street. Rev. Southwell conies to Algona with team of highbred Hambletonian colts and thinks nothing of.10 miles an houi on his trips into the country. The Methodists will soon add a barn to the >arsonage lots. Frank Nicoulin and J. W. Wads worth have brought 116 head of young cattle from Wisconsin. They bough them last week. Wisconsin has plentj of stock and no feed. Kossuth has lot of feed and can use the stock. Dr. Heflln got a sentence of $500 flu and 40 days in jail down at Eldora. ] was just two years ago yesterday tha he was a good live candidate for coron er here in Kossuth. It would be a good riddance if some coroner could sit on him. The Social Union club opens the fall season Friday evening with the following program: Instrumental solo, Miss Lulu Paine; paper, Harvey Ingham; 0, B, Mateop is in Chicago. , Se writes that m Jowa oiwb ha? bff » .or* ganjzieft there an4 that it Je estlwateii that there are J0,000 lQ«ra people is that city, -:' The Anarews h»fl ft big house Friday evening, Tbe mwto^ of The .Pretty Persian ii i?ftfoby< ana. the elfmitipiw everybody enjoyed a The S ATf ROt Qity ^owrflftl adroits that Wgman.JohRiftYewlos, aitote ehampioe, A I? wt v . • -;C tbeip . , Wa 1JU1U JTHlUOi ytVfJOl, AJ.Ul YVJf .LUguwiu, vocal duet, Misses Maggie Hunt and Nellie Wallace; a talk on a European tour, Tbos. F. Cooke. Ambrose A. Call starts south tonight. He goes by Chicago and will see Bemiss and bis shoe factory men, who telegraphed last evening that they are there. If he finds everything as represented the remainder of the committee will arrange a meeting. Rev. Stewart of Britt preached two excellent sermons Sunday i for the Congregationalists. He is an able man and good speaker. -Besides being a good preacher he is said also to be a good'business man, having big farms, grain elevators, etc., over in Hancock. Presiding Elder Black's family is quarantined for diphtheria at Eagle Grove, and Mrs. Black is in very poor health. She and two daughters have been sick, 1 Sunday the Methodists raised their share of h lB salary and forwarded it to him, Mrs, Black has been 111 for a long time and may never recover, ,; . . ' ' The normal school lecture course is finally adjusted and tonight and tomorrow night Mr. Webster of Chicago University will talk on topics of American history, He comes with the high* est commendation, The lectures will be given at the Congregational church, and the proceeds of these two will go to the oity library, ' The rumored marriage between Ed, Atkins and the Avf. Brown girl did not occur, and Monday be was held by 'Squire Taylor to the grand jury inf5W bonds. S, E. MoMabon Appeared for him but no defense was made' at this time, yesterday be settled the ? whole matter by marrying. 'Satire Taylor perforjftes the ceremony, j^ast week TUB UPPER PBS MOJWSS had an entertaining description of Qon< ne<jtic«t»y "Uncsle Steve"-anS this week tatos its readers • way 4own to Mexlfio with fi§o. B.ov§e, MrSt J- 3> 'yyilioR'e brother, whose BUR ai pair shop was well fcnown in All ye^r aep,,"' 1 MP« B.o v e.e writes igly oj that for off sountpy, TheS taken in" by some fake factory cheme. That is exactly what Algona s trying to prevent. If we spend our money for a factory it will be after it is is certain as any mundune thing ever s that the factory Is what it claims to be. And If we don't get the shoe fac- ory -we-are".going to get something else. We are in the swim. James Taylor goes to Bancroft Saturday to give a big cloak sale for ?aulHeokl& Son. He carries a big ine of sample cloaks and any one can get the latest in style, quality, and Drice at these sales. It is needless to jay that those who attend will find the assortment of a city store and everything exactly as represented., Mr. Taylor is an expert in this line and is putting in a better quality of goods at lower prices this year than ever before. The firm of Haggard & Peek are well supplied with cornets. Last year Mr. Peek won a $55 cornet in a raffle and Saturday evening Melzar took the $100 prize cornet. He held number 66 and it was the.last one drawn from the box, and was the winner. He has an offer of $55 for the instrument from A. H. Dorweiler of Whittemore and will sell it. The band boys netted $113.25 out of the raffle, which is more than they would have received if they had won first prize at Eagle Grovo. THE UPPER DBS MOINES ; never muddles with its brethren of the churches, but the following comparison made by a citizen on the walk yesterday deserves publication. He said that the societies at present reminded him of the little girls who were telling about what houses their parents were going to build. After a great deal of competition one at last exclaimed: " Well we've got one thing you haven't. We've got a big mortgage on our house." "That's all right," said the other, "but pa is going to put a bigger mortgage than you've got, on ours right away." ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that the Undersigned has been appointed' and has qualified as ad- ministratrix of the estate of J. M. Pride, late of Kossuth county, Iowa, deceased. All persons In any manner indebted to said estate will make Immediate payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against the stud estate will ale them with the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allow- Dated this 4th day of November, 1895. MARY PRIDE, 33t3 Administratrix. RAILWAY TIME CARDS, CHICAWO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOCAL WIAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at .................. .... 9:08 am No. 0 departs at .................... .. 4:24 pm Freights that carry passengers- No, B3 depiwtsat .................... ll'.55am No. 71 departs at ................... 0:40pm TRAINS BAST. No. 2 departs at ..... . ................ 10:23 am EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT In the matter of the estate of S.I. Pluinley, deceased. To all the heirs or creditors of the above named estate: You are hereby notified that there is now on file with the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, his final report, and asked to be discharged; and you are further notified that all objections thereto must be filed with said clerk on or before the flrst day of said term of said court, which will convene and be holden at Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, on the Oth day of* December, 1895, or said report will be approved and said executor discharged and his bonds released. E. H. CLARKE, 3313 Executor. No. 4 departs at ........ . ........... .. 6:04 pm ights that carry passengers- No. 76 departs at .................... 8:20pm No.04 departs at 1:45pm • R. F. HEDRIOK, Agent. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN, North— South— • ' Mixed. 8:13 am Pass 3:07pm Pass......... 3-.27pmMlxed 6;20pm Freight. 9:30 a m Freight.... 2:48 p m Pass, arrives at Chicago at 7 am; arrives at DesMolnesat8:15pm. Lv.DesM. 2:30 am Mixed connects with flyer and arrives at Chicago at 8 a. m, F. H. VESPBR, Agent. NOTICE OP PEOBATB OF WILL. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COTTNTY-SS —District court in and for Kossuth county. To all whom it may concern: Whereas, On the 28th day of October, 1895. a paper purporting to be the last will and testament of J. M. Pride, late of said county, deceased, was filed in my office, and waq by me opened and publicly read; and the 10th day of December, 1895, appointed and fixed as the time when the same will come belore the court, at the December term thereof then to be held, as the duly executed last will and testament of the said J. M. Pride, deceased, at which time all persons Interested may appear and show cause why the same should not be admitted to probate. Dated this 5th day of November, 1895. B. F. CROSE, 33t2 Clerk of the District Court. The shoe factory meeting last Thursday evening brought out the stock sub- v scribers and a committee with full authority to act was chosen after a little discussion.. Each bank was allowed to nominate one member and the subscribers outside the banks named two. The banks named Ambrose A. Call, C. C. Chubb, and J. W. Wadswortb. The others named Geo, C, Call and C. L. Lund. At the meeting no further word had been received than was contained in the Bemiss telegram. That indicated that the factory man would be in Algona Monday, Saturday another telegram came asking the Algona committee to be in Chicago today to meet the proprietor. The committee at once telegraphed back that there was no object in meeting in Chicago, that they would meet in Algona or at the factory, and that they were ready to close the deal, No answer bad been received to this yesterday morning. Fixing the the Terms of Com't in the Fourteenth Judicial District of the State of Iowa, for the Years 1896-7. It is hereby ordered that the terms of the district court in the several counties of the Fourteenth judicial district of Iowa shall be begun and holden specified, viz: at the times hereinafter , ORIGINAL NOTICE, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, December terra, A. D, 1895,-rM, Stephens and Framt E. Smith, plaintiffs, vs. Enoch Morri son, J. Newton Morrison, and Geo. D, Waterman, defendants, it]ieftcftuse"ls now filed jta, the office of the clerk of the district court ot the state ot Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, claiming th»t they welfee absofute and unaualifled owners of the follQwijig described real estate, towit: SH ne, »nd ne 8(1,860 31, B«nw, and & nw, »u sw, 8W sw; and Dft «9. all in gep, 3S, all In Town- j'oo, Rangers, ..Kossutb. county,. loyra, wt w . being the December jierrn'ot the said cowt, which will commence ft* Algpna. on the ptbdayoi December, 1805, default will be entered against you and judgment «w aeoree ren&erefl.tbeteon,as prpvi* 1 «i 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. P. L. SLAG-LE, Manufacturer and dealer In Harness, Saddles, Whips, and all Harness goods. Also a full line of Trunks, Grips, and Telescopes, Repairing neatly and promptly done, • I sell DR. JOSEPH HAAS' REMEDY FOR HOG CHOLERA, lgpn* ft m "Pated t^is ets,^ 33t4 Attpmeye for Pl ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. Notice Js hereby given that „, , .- v »as bVnyppiRtMana ba| aualij^r ftSftfr nluJstratrfic ot the estate of An 81 * 8 * % OW J?( ateofKosltttfc epvwty. tewa, aeeeftsed, AU i& way wanner Jadebjeftw A«W SS &*? ifejmBjewtepyjmnt ts the under, ¥QB8hftyWolaJm.B agatast the • VfflrttoffW* ft» J4«* $^ written below thejr respect lowing tables, viz; • < ^O? THOWAS, Oowtles. 18P6, * Buena* Virta.,,,Jftnmjry. Hwnibojdt,...,, Ja Clay at of said terms he several E, G, BOWYERj now at the new stand in the Co has a-compiete stooK of ANP mm tfflw I, A. mi timi 7X:>.\ - >:J

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