The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 20, 1895 · Page 14
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Awards, .< r.ATTHB'.«. World's Fair, Kossuth County State Bank CAPITAL t 160,000 -Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. week .1= waning themselves ioo hii* ftbdut the reading room dttorattd 'A, fa HA HI. wfettcJUttali __i* .j.. B,. a. w J v .. J WM U WUOlDCUJl about tshureh elsewhei'e in dblid. is up and about *\< . 'bought and" ibid: "8ollec hhha .y > a 5, a a Beieral banking EHSPSc 8 wanBaotea. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold atlowest ratesT r,-,Mdcnt ,. JONES .................... Vice IVdaident LEWIS H. SMITH ...................... Cashier Directors— Wm. H. Ingham, John O. Smith, The First National Bank •- • 4uui.*t?, Thursday Tnos. Sherman again at Bancroft. J. L. Dobahoo is planning to build a Home this spring. , Ed Bartlett and Barbara Kuchenreut- er are licensed to wed. Col. Cooke reports that the state rifle range at Cedar Rapids is a very fine one, ' Auditor Calkins has been sick with quinzy for some days. He is up and about again. The Monday club will shortly make quite an addition to their stock of books in tbe reading room. Thad Whitehill got his fifth boy Monday morning. A girl would have caused fully as large a smile. A new trial in the Jos. Thompson entranees, and A htfmbee of or' CAPITAL .......... ., .............. $50,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALL ................. President H. HUTCHINS .............. Vice President WM. K.' FERGUSON ................... Cashier «. D. SMITH ..................... Asst. Cahhier -Directors— B. H. Hutchlns, S. A. Ferguson, PWlla Dgrweiler, W. P. Carter, Ambrose A Call, B. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. T^°^ al ways on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. ___ .... v wuu* A UWU-* UQISU case was not granted. The case will be appealed by the railway company. The biggest dancing party of the season enjoyed the Sterzbach-Cady music Monday evening. Everybody was out. Bad luck still follows the unlucky family of Erick Anderson, lately orphaned. One of the six children has the typhoid fever. Mark Boyle came over Monday to begin his duties as deputy sheriff. He is a genial young man and will make his home with Sheriff Samson. Miss Kate Smith and other local musicians are getting up an orchestra for the Whiteside entertainment, and some excellent music is assured. t — Hi - i p uuli »« «• numoer o families OWe ib to the ddmmttttlty Itf i8- quire ihto the conduct 61 their youngsters wbija otj tha streets, especially after dark. , 'Rev, Wilco*, a former Whittetnore pastor,'writes from Estherville! Last week while visiting friends at Ruthven I saw a copy of your valuable paper and was surprised to learn of the death of Dr. Pride. He WHS my family doctor whenpftstorat Wbittemore. He was a very dear friend to us and did us valuable service. It seems that B. H. Samuels, who has been nominally connected with the Algona normal school, is over getting up a business college in SpenCer and that writing teacher Seeley is to join him. The News says the school will open Jan. 1, or thereabouts. The departure of these people will not Interfere in any way with the work of the Algona school. Walker_Whtteside was in Kansas has ShSulfi be mil, whBPe he" »«w i its em-lilted IB $8 ft teBlnY, , has i beefi given SO Says Ih -wiiicfr 16 Bis' iiddltiofiaT evid8fles, r ftfld aeeeFdinflM he WM before tfte bdftfd, ttHsigtiffg OH t)fs, McCoy", KegftefiW, and Trtbott fo* e*attlb&Uo«, TTie, latter 1 too met wfth6ufcth§ presence t>f; the 'tbifd ahd wd UHderslaHd that a- coBfHet of authority ekists, and that a test case wflibetnadelti tbe department, We 'have always believed that One yep'ubli" can should have beeh left On the bbafd, Money. I have unlimited money to loan on long: of short time. WE make a specialty of collections. Cloud & Haggard, PBKSONAL MOVEMENTS, - •• •..vuoiMt? «uo 111 Xl.tlU8U8 City last Friday evening. The Daily Star, iu a half-column review of his Hamlet, praises him highly. In conclusion it says: Walker Whiteside, radiant with worthy ambition, glowing with the charm of youth and guided by the light of a discerning intelligence, is a figure of interest and a subject for congratulation. ALGONA., IOWA.. nfiteers and Directors— 'A. D. Clarke, President, C. C. Chubb, Vice Prest!, • Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, G«o. L. Galbraith, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, * Thos. F. Cooke. General Banking. PRITA.TE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. t3g~interest paid on time deposits. PROFESSIONAL. ~*^*~ *^V^V*-^^^- ^•N^^-^-v,CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H, CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. OoUeetipn agent. Opera House block. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security. Over Chrlschilles' store. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW, LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Oowles' new building. SULLIVAN & MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxle-Ferguson pi jck, _ The city council are having trouble m getting bids on the city hall plans anywhere near the price they expected to pay; No contracts have yet been 16 If* The normal school Monday had a bigger attendance than last year on the same day. The prospect is that it will have 100 students for the term enrollment. The State Register corrects its report that the Des Moines city officials would shipdOO tonsof hay from Ledyard in two cars. It thinks it would overload the cars. The Algona Deposit and Loan association has been receiving a liberal patronage lately from Cedar Rapids and Charles City. It is rapidly extending its territory. s A big deed was recorded Monday transfering the Minneapolis & St. Louis railroad track and rolling stock in the county. The road has been sold under a mortgage. John Winkel claims to have shipped the biggest car load of grain on record in the county. It held 1,945 bushels of oats and 10 pounds, in all62.250 pounds Who can beat it? The supervisors bought the steam heating apparatus of Macbeth of Mankato, Minn. He had the best heaters at the lowest price. It will cost about $1,000 to put in the plant. We hear complaints about the quality of lighting fluid the Standard Oil monopoly is dispensing these days. Charley says if people will clean their ", OEO, R, CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Office over kossutb County State Bank. E, V, SWETTWG, 'ATTONBT AT LAW, Iowa, er lamps the oil will appear to improve. The sheriff of Cerro Gordo county caught a horse thief at Ledyard last week, It is astonishing that men should be stealing horses nowadays And almost as astonishing that people should care. • Apm P, ur « the big pork man of Chicago, is building corn cribs all along the Mill waukee road, and will buy corn and store it. If that will pay Armour it - -•- coming session of the legislature will be as interesting as any yet held in Iowa. THE UPPER DES MOINES will have a weekly report written by Lafe Young, easily the best reporter who does this work. His long acquaintance with Iowa politics, and long service in the senate fit him to give especially accurate and valuable information. JNo other paper in the county will have his reports. sheriff McDonald of Faribault county, Minn., was down Monday and took a cross-eyed stranger named Sam famith to Wells to account for a stolen team. Smith tried to sell the team at Ledyard, and failing, left them in a livery barn, coming on to Algona. He was planning to go into the country and husk corn when Sheriff Samson recognized him from a description sent out, and captured him. Sheriff Samson gobbled another Germania beer seller last week named Ohas. Heines. He was before 'Squire Clarke and tried to defend on the ground that his wife was the guilty party. It did seem that she had been doing the selling, and upon Heines offering to pay the costs, $25, and quit, both as to himself and his family, the beer business, he was let go. A half barrel of beer will be spilled. _ The Bancroft Register, which viewed it all from an impartial distance, says of Sheriff Samson's political debate at Burt: "Sheriff Samson engaged in an after election argument with some of the Burt parties, who tried so hard to defeat him, and the Burtites had him arrestedfunder a ' city' ordinance and fined 815 and costs. There was nothing so very humiliating about it, as the Monitor would have us believe," Saturday evening W. K. Mericle was arrested on an indictment found last March, Joe Crose and J. L. Sutton appearing as prosecuting witnesses. It grows out of a note deal and the trial able ought to pay the farmers who are to hold their corn, t, W 5« J< Brunson retiree as deputy sheriff and will go into business for himself soon, He has been attentive and obljgjng in office and all who have had official relations with him will regret that be drops out. Lewis Richardson, a grandson of John Warner of Seneca, went out hunt* ing last week, the Bancroft Register says, and held his gun so as to shoot off two of his toes, He does not know how the accident happened, That $25,000 suit against the Milwaukee pompany comes on at Emmetsburg tomorrow Qep, E), Qlwke w U bave Barney KgHey with him lop the Comp ttD y, The suit is for person^ in, to m employe afc Perry, Tliere hag been a yery large sale of' seats for WhiteaWe'/ Bawlet next Tuetday evening rfe'SSBJ fflJl be represented, especially Bancroft, Wes ey , and Live Bur*, te St., one door efist; pf Cordingley desce, McGregor st., east of the * 7 • «». « «w«« MWIVI. oiiju lujo uricti is likely to revive the whole history of Algona's late experience with blue sky Mr. Mericle at once gave bonds and has secured Geo, B. Cloud, who will make a vigorous fight. Mr. Mericle is son of an old settler over west and'is favorably known. * Some years ago Elwood, the Illinois horse man, sold Hugh and Ohas, Brun/ son a stallion fop $2,250. The horse was not up to standard in their opinion and they shipped him back, He r died shortly afterwards. El wood sued ojj the notes and the suit was to have come on at Fort Dodge in the federal court last week, Hugh Brunson now lives in Clay county and Carr & Parker are his attorneys. The Brunsons used to live near Bancroft and Charlie has had a subsequent career in Algona and Wes- J. J, Wilson has been at Puluth, the past ten days on a law suit. He shipped two cars of oats to a commission man last; February, who turned them over to » reputable firm and kept the money, got the oats for the pay, but tbe° court ^edftgainathjro. Another case y sjmiltar was. decided for the - t W'ftndjs now |n the supreme WcMS 8 K«r» I " ! "'- 1>?1 - 1 '" ie tbe flre J. W. Tennant is expected home Thursday or Friday from his hunting trip. S. D. Drake and family will be in Algona tarly in December to locate permanently. Chas. W. Parker is at Elk Point, S. D., visiting a brother he has not seen for 21 years. G. S. Poster, C. J. Doxsee's partner, has been in Des Moines the past week on business. Rev.'G. L. Hanscomb of New Hampton will preach for the Congregationalists next Sunday. ™ Re T', ? outhwe11 will tpreach the JLhanksgiying sermon next week at the Baptist church. Miss Zoa Wartman, who is 'again attending her music classes, bus spent the summer in Bay View, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dlngley will spend the winter in California or will go south, and are yet undecided. Rev. Dorward's daughter, Mrs. Pratt of Sheldon, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. S. Grove, for a couple of weeks. Mrs. A. D. Clarke may go to Fond du Lac, Wis., called by the illness of her father, Mr. Phelps, who is a very old man. * Charlie Cohenour was in Humboldt yesterday arranging for the trial of that damage case with Miss Edith Prouty. The Doxaee family are planning on a Thanksgiving reunion at the C. M Doxaee home. The family will all be together. *Geo. Heaps of Des Moines college ciime up and preached for Rev. Stevens Sunday, making a very favorable impression. Mrs. S. S. Sessions entertained a large company Friday evening. An enjoyable occasion is reported by those who were present. Mrs. Dr. Pride has an urgent invitation to spend the winter with her sister in California, but has decided to remain in Algona and keep her home open. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Walters went to Humboldt Saturday, called by thejll- ness of her father, who died Monday. Their son George from Clear Lake joined them. W. C. Danson has been among the deer the past week and Mrs. Danson went to Chicago. We expect some good hunting stories from some of our Algona nimrods, , Win. Kent of Des Moines has moved Ms family to Algona, occupying the •'•Jffif,. jointer; £$ft8&3 ; ' guldd ISlflffltTHEWDRLD A HOD ''COAL will last a Riverside H..... RDURIaliBIU Ih»«* ^^^ longer than it will any other. Easily worked. Clean comfortable cooking. In all styles for any fuel. Sold by O. M. EOaSOSBB, At Wholesale Prices. ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF County, Iowa—The " Bank Versus David Bradley T» Ing Co.. Aultman & Miller CompelM? Osborne & Co., Ketchem & JohnsoafeftM' Edwards, State of Iowa, p<,.i!r s SB!. J P li aG. Martin Co., Stoddard Mfg. ^ T ?k ald defendants: You are hereto that there Is now on file In the office Clerk of the district court of Iowa, a petition of the " ' /I y\ •1 I I and also asking for the foreclosure of tanar tain mortgage given to,secure the same on »« south fractional one half of the roSttlsT fractional one quarter of Sec. 6, Towhta 07 Range 27. West of the 5th P. M., In Kosinth county, Iowa. Also asking for attorney fees" no money demand Is made against am- of the defendants except Mathew Richardson and Ellen Richardson, the makers of saltUote all of wh ch will at large appear from inspection of said petition. Now unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term of said court, being the December term of the said court, VhioSvrtu commence at Algona, Iowa, on the Bth day o! December, A. D. 1895, default will tie entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon as prayed. „ Dated Nov. 13, 1895. 34H ' GEO. R. CLOUD, Plaintiff's Atfy, -- ------ ---j — »j.i s v»i»iv, uuuuuyiusf me Nugent house. He joins Mr. Nugent in the insurance business and comes to Algona highly recommended, Mrs. J. W, Hay has been confined to the house with a sprained ankle, While getting out pf her, carriage the horse backed so that the wheel ran over her foot, injuring it quite severely, Prof, McConnell of the Mason City schools visited his classmate, ,J. L, Bonar, Saturday, and met Mrs. Mo- Connell, who had been visiting her brother, Milt Moore of Fenton. Rev. Thrush preached to large congregations Sunday, He is one of the leading men of northern Iowa and has a very handsome church at Spencer, where he has been located for five A, N, Shaw went (10 Chicago Monday, He begins work for the Illinois Centra railwayin May. He and County • Bu" veyorTellier have some pJanp for . Munoh. and Mies RapheHa B> *fHL B *i? week they up northeast part of Algona's Q f . , pipneere. Mj 8g is ft Alonso D, Clarke an4 H, j, Gilbert were, }n Fort Dodge last weel< pq the federal ury. The roajoX of S?tt ylo i I i* ttpB ^w revenue by-Uq«OP sellers, They say the F 0 pt is fprfng * Q ft J0t p WWng ne^t Stamped Linens, Ice Wool Shawls, Hoods, Baby Cloaks, Yarn Mitts, Baby Knit Jackets, Baby Silk Caps, Silk Mufflers, Silk Ties, Flannel Skirts, Flannel Blankets, Children's Fancy Caps Don't miss this great sale, but come at once, Special invitation to the ladies, . , .„ ORIGINAL NOTICE. just received, and we will U THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN sell the entire lot at once «•/»«.„*•.—... -,—~—,— at jobbers' prices,—consisting of the following: 7—«r r •*•""««*•*» wwuiavj, .L UC fXUOBUliU VUUU* ty State Bank versus David Bradley Manufacturing Co., Aultman & Miller Company, D. M. Osborne & Co., Ketchem & Johnson, John G. Edwards, State of Iowa, Parlln Orendorf & Martin Co., Stoddard Mfg. Co., Sterling Mfg. Co. «. T ?5? Id defendants: You are hereby notiffed that there is now on file In the office of the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, a petition of the plaintiffs, claiming of ?? u ,% e sum of * 5 °0 withlnteresttherepnfrom, the 13th day of March, A. D. 1885, with New York exchange, as due on your promissory ' not of that date given to Luther B, Graves; and also asking for the foreclosure ot thq oer- < tain mortgage given to secure tne same on the south half of the northeast quarter and north half of southeast quarter of Sec. IS, Twp.87, Range 30 west of the 5th P. M., In Kossuth county, Iowa, Also asking for attorney fees; Tin TYinnnv rlamcm/? la wtni^n «»ni«ct4- any of th6 defendants except Matthew Klcharoson »na. Ellen Richardson, the makers of sa!4 note, all ; of which wjll at large appear from inspection " of said petition. Now unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the' second < day of the next term of said court, which will • commence at Algona, Iowa, on the 8th day ot December, A, D. 1805, default will be entered against you and Judgment and decree rendered thereon as prayed. • ,,, " Dated Nov. 1%, 18957 3«4 • , GEO. B, QLOI7D, Plaintiff's Atty, ..QJilfelNAL NOTICE, ,• ,'li'i IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE -M of Jowa, In arid for Kossuth County, 'Decent s ' /, ber term, A. D. 1805.—Jtf. Stephens as« "• T.- Fr»nk E. Smith, Plaintiffs, vs. Enoch MorrJ son, J, Newtpn s(p™'=«" "«/i nan TV wnt«r, man, defendants. ,,Tpsajddefendants: Youar< that the petitiog of plaintiff in titled cause is now fiea to; tb are the ajjsplute and unqualified owners of tfce * ja, lollowjng described real estate, towit:. SH WA$ anaaese, seoai^Hnw, W d n ^ nw, RH Bw,,>.;,g aw autr a-nn r\lA an nil in don HO all in rpnwrw « '_, Jno. Goeders. fena before npop o term, being the ip in .Algona so«(g injunction in, Qeo, , „ r in tjbe case for" •-•

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