The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1895 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 27, 1895
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f M^vt .iv wwfc/w*. uo orw* *?•»** * t • » * * * i / , N6t.S4 flSpfttttf &t.». . A , .^ , Wi «a & l:4Sptn Agettt. 30 alto .3:04 j>ni Pass .....8:13atn .SiggptftPftse ........ ' Freight.... _____ ---=«- -i Freight.... .,-7t33-t>ln 1 i»ftss. Arrives at OHeago at 7ji ttts arrives &t Des Moines at 8 sis fa ffii t>v< ties M. 2:30 ft to Mtted ftottttBfta With flyer atid Waives at Chi. tago at 8 a, Hi, F. H> VESPSB, Agefat, ____ _ _ _ _ _ _______ Kossuth County State Bank *50,OOC Ittcorporated tthdet general laws of Iowa. Oeposlts received, money loaned, forelgtiand dofflestlti exchange bought and sold. Collec tldna made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or froitt the old countries sold at lowest rates, WM. tt. INWtAJl ................. . .President /. ft. JONBS .................... Vlco President t.BWlS H. SMITH ................ . ..... Cashier Directors— "Wm. H. Ingham, John' O. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chriachilles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W, Wadsworth, pamet Devlne. The First National Bank OF CAPITAL ........................ .$50,000 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. Hutchlns, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, W. F. Carter, Ambrose A. Gall, K. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. ALQOlfA, IOWA. •tfftcern and Directors— ' A. D. Clarke, President, C. C. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H.Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbralth, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Cooke. . General Banking, PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. ^''Interest paid on time deposits. PROFESSIONAL. \^-^^^^^^^^f^^^^~^^^f^^^f^^^n. 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 Chrlschilles' store. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Cowles' new building, SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-FerKUson bl jck. GEO. R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Quarton,] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, , IOWA, Office over Kossuth County State Bank, K. V. S WETTING, ATTONEY AT LA W, Algona, Iowa. ]L. K, GARFIELP, M. D., PffYQICIAN AND SVRQEON, pffice. State st,, one door east of Cordingley, Residence, McGregor st., east of the public school building. Hi, O, MeCQY, W, P-, AND BURGEON, SeeWeuce, McGregor street. Office with Dr, * (Jarfteld. PHYS3CIAN ANP SURGEON, O, ». Sf, Iowa. 2S5S W^^TCTr<3^7^ r5 ^* r ' saccI^Aveaav 7&'. Ii .-|JA'e>'f*i<H •••'• . •i-Of,'<T» , .'i-','•\It ^WjQStfir : ^'^P^nffi^r-^^f f• t »*' fel^W^?'?l^f' ? , S; -«. ,•; • %i'-, < ^ s,'*;.' J|Ttv~ ';•'"•.- if'" <' 'J J , ^bi"r* T- . <J- iW. --rt: -•'Li '. i 'tv* i! v-*«** <'-' • •> * - •> •;. /', • ;-., \: v ,*•- the saved oti Fur Coats at NIW THE cmctwp, Dr, MdCoy now offldes with Dr. Gar* field. Court meets Dec. 9, a week from Monday. The city council holds its regular meeting Saturday evenin-g, W. C. Henderson has moved to Algona from Burt and will press hay this winter. The social union programme Friday evening promises a usually excellent entertainment. President Gates of Grinnell college is expected to preach next Sunday for the Congregationalists, Heines, the Germania beer vender, paid the costs assessed in his case and agreed to quit the business. Jim Phillips, who was buried in the ditch last summer, was married this week to Hattie Viola Hough telling. Armour has built an 80-foot corn crib at the Algona station. He will fill cribs all along the Milwaukee line for a speculation. The Webster lecture on a chapter in Jeffersonian democracy comes next Monday evening. It will pay everybody to hear it. : v Fred. Fuller's little boy got a bottle of aconite and swallowed enough to kill several children, but the doctor by prompt work saved him. The Standard Oil company is selling poor oil. There can be no doubt about it. The tank system is not a success if this is a sample. • The firemen expect to have a big dance tomorrow night. The company is well organized and uniformed and deserves liberal patronage. Mrs. Lon. Sessions, who is making her home in Florida and.whose health has steadily improved, has lately made a lucky purchase of fruit land. Weather Clerk Pettibone says that we have had 7* inches of snow thus far. That is a good showing for November and pleases everybody who has corn in the crib. John A. Winkel sold $1,100 of timothy hay from 160 acres this fall. He pressed and sold in Chicago. His total expense was about $350, leaving him net about $5 an acre. West Bend has been all torn up by a revivalist. We see that after going to Dexter he is billed for Algona. Anyone who could affect West Bend comes with pretty strong credentials. The drainage case in Humboldt in which Clarke &Cohenour and Surveyor Tellier are interested comes on this week. It involves l.he right of one man to drain water 011 his neighbor's land. A big case for the coming term of court is that damage suit begun by Schemmerhorn against C. R. Morehouse and others at Bancroft for $5,000 for a claimed false arrest out in Montana. ; The school board meet the first Friday in December to consider the matter of securing a principal. They have not decided what action they will take or whether they will elect at this time or not. Thanksgiving services will be held tomorrow at the Baptist church, Rev, Southwell preaching the sermon, This good old New England custom of a Thanksgiving service should be preserved. Landlord MoMurray let the contract for putting steam heat in the Thorington to the man who has the court house contract. He is expected to begin at once, and the hotel will soon be as comfortably warmed as any building in Iowa. In noting the arrest of W,K . Mericle last week, we neglected to sta^te that the indictment was secured by Cant, Dodge, who claims that Mericle got a note from him by mistake and refused to return it. The facts will further ap-. pear at the. trial next mooth, Dos Molnes Capital; Algona business j«en investigated a recent "shoe ftfctory" proposition fttjd dropped it. Factories that are floating aronn4 open for bicle ape usually not worfcn woving. Tne shoe factory business ia overdone ip, Iqwa. One OP oipre are already }die, .says, Al» pur- male fljng, ere §r§ not in it with the Beep's quar* tftte, anfttUfttpMP Wft»4aU» »lwb will spoil be in the Sajne @eogng class, 8§eife'be.JjpyejB shoot a JOO bifd tMatch with a Brltlte fof $160, Se' was ovef a while ago ahd shot a Match which eflded in & slight tnisuadefstahding, This gi'OWrs out of it ahd Will he for bUsiflees. Gilson fur- tilshes the pigeons and has gathered Up 200 of them the last few days. Judge Cook with SullivaH & McMa- hoh has brought suit for $5,000 d&taages against an Elmore doctor for alleged malpractice on the wife of a resident of the north end of the county. The doctor is said to have been treating her for heart trouble when she was dying from other causes which he should have discovered. Z. S. Barrett was over Monday watching the telephone switch board go in. The company is putting its first town office In at Algona and has made no arrangements to put one in anywhere else until this works satisfactorily. There are 35 private telephones in town which will soon be put into connection with each'otber. The $25,000 suit against the Milwaukee company at Emmetsbarg was taken from the jury-by. Judge Quarton and decided for the company on a law point. The man killed at Perry was not engaged in the running of the train and so did not come within the provisions of the statute by which the company would be liable. The case will go to the supreme court, ' The outcome of the Beimler-Mack stabbing case up at Bancroft is a suit for $1,000 damages begun by 'Squire Raymond for Mack. In the meantime Beiraler has sold his store to our Thos. Kelley for $1,000, which Tom Is said to have paid In cash. And now it turns out that Belmler has at $1,000 worth of other creditors in Bancroft. He is in Minnesota. The Nicoulin brothers are going _ to try a new wrinkle in farming. They have bought a quarter west of Algona, will break it deep, seed it to flax and timothy, roll it flat, and get a crop of flax the first season and a timothy hay crop the next two. Then they will go back and flax it again, repeating the process if it works, Frank says this has been done and he believes it will pay. It looks possible. Fred Gilbert, the Spirt Lake champion wing shot of the United States, was in town yesterday on his way to Des Moines. He expected to go south on the Northwestern and got left. The Northwestern will lose more western business than It will gain by it's new and unintelligible time card. Gilbert wears his honors modestly. He has the Dupontcup, worth $650, at Spirit Lake but will soon send it to Chicago. Frank Bamsay of Cresco and another citizen tried to settle a little difficulty with'their fists Saturday and Bamsey was arrested. He was tried Monday and yesterday before 'Squire Clarke, the first point being that the ordinance under which he was arrested is invalid and the second that he acted in self de- fence. City Attorney Joslyn and Chas. Cohenour presented the law to the court, and Justice Clarke fined Bamsey $25 and costs. Miss Emily C. Reeve, county superintendent at Hampton, Mrs. Geo, E. Reed, county superintendent at Spencer, and Miss Ella Seckerson, county superintendent at Sheldon, are all on for one discussion at the state teachers' meeting at Des Moines next month. Miss Reeve and Mrs, Reed were former residents of Algona, and Mies Secker- son is Mrs. W, W. Johnson's sister, and a frequent Algona visitor, They are all number one officials and were reelected three weeks ago, Representative Cornwall of Spencer came over Monday, expecting to connect with the North western train south but the recent change of time compelled him tp stay in Algona a day, He says the old time schedule made this the direct run from Spencer to Des Moines and he very much regrets the change. He is expecting a very active session of the legislature and is especially interested ip the code revision, He was an active member of the last house and goes back this winter as one of the old and experienced members, and will take high rank. The contract for the new engine room and city buildipg was let Monday to J,' P. Shadle for $9§7. It will be nqpt appearing, amply sufficient for all the uses the city has for it, The lower story will he, used fop fire apparatus and waterworks supplies. The second story "will have a council room and a flre csompany room, The tower at the rear will expend to the basement* anfl will be arranged so that the hose may be bwflg in it to dry o»t, On tpp, the fir? ball wjil jj ftl) g, §pj}} f have ViW* cised the council for not buUdtug a city hall PI- nothing, but we believe th&t this building is §e useful M a much T - ftsltef ft»fj§ mitel nOSfli " • the feading foott ladies ffifift fHday at 3 o'clock la the Foows, Mies Mifm Moffdfd frill apeak in the Baptist ohUb6h oh Friday evefiinf at 7!oO. A picture gallery of phoio&papti At' butt efltettftiiifflent is to be given ttext week Thursday evehifigf lot the f-eafl* ing 1 foofis if all arrangements are cote' pletedi The Albia gift who Wot) the state fair fjfettiititfl for beauty wdtt'.t be in it when this album is obohed. 1*he Social ffhiott will rteet Friday- evening of this week at 8 o'clock with the following programs Music", mandolin clubj puber, Eugene Field, Mrs, EtoMon; recitation. Miss Lizzie Wallace; paper, Gladstone, J, J. Ryatt: piano solo, Miss Edith Bowyer, All are invited to be presetst, Great Poland C'hlim Sale, t'erhaps the best opportunity our readers will have for buying a fine, thorough-bred Ppland China boar frotn a well-known herd will be at the great public sale of Taft & Co., proprietors of Mineral Springs herd Of Poland Chinas at Humboldtj Iowa, on Tuesday, Dec. 10,1805. At this Sale they will offer about 46 boars and 20 sows. TO OALirOBNIA. Great Reduction In Time, Once more the Northwestern lino has reduced the time of its trans-continent- al trains, and the journey from Chicaro to California via this popular route is now made in the marvellously short time of three days. Palace drawing- room sleeping cars leave Chicago daily and run through to San Francisco and Los Angeles without change, and all meals en route are served on the dining cars. Daily tourist sleeping curservice is maintained by this line between Chi- ctigo and San Francisco and Los Angeles, completely equipped berths in upholstered tourist sleepers being furnished at a cost of only $6 each from Chicago to the Pacific coast. For detailed information concerning rates, routes, etc., apply to ticket agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.-36t4 REMEMBER that May Bud Tea is sold- only by LANGDON & HUDSON. JOHNSON'S sweet apple cider at the City Bakery.-34 NEAPOLITAN Pistachio and crushed almond ice cream at the City Bakery. Poultry Wanted On and after Monday, Nov. 18. / 34 C. H. BLOSSOM. WE always carry a nice line of .toilet soaps. LANGDON & HUDSON. Florida and Southeast. If you have any intention of going to the Southeast this fall or winter, you should advise yourself of the best route from .the North and West. This is the Lovisvllle & Nashville railroad, which is running double dally trains from St. Louis, IJvansville, Louisuille, and Cincinnati through to Nashville, Chattanooga, Birmingham, Atlanta, Montgomery, Thomasville, Pehsacola, Mobile, Jacksonville, and all Florida points. Pullman sleeping .car service through. Specially low rates made to Atlanta during the continuance of the Cotton :States Exposition, and tourist rates to all points in Florida and gulf coast resorts during the season. For particulars as to rales and through car service, write— GEO. B. HOBNEB, Div. Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo. J. K. RlDGELY, N. W. Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111. C. P. ATMOBE, Gen. Passenger Agt., Louisville, Ky. Hard Coal Stove for Sale. A hard coal base burner stove for sale cheap. See it Robinson's. 35 MBS. LAURA A. HUNT, ONTARIO may be seen hereafter at the Opera House Grocery, A NEW and full line of Club House canned goods—just arrived, . 35t2 LANGDON & HUDSON, One Hundred Palls Just received of fine syrup, that-.I will sell at the small sum of 50 cents a pail. 35t2 JAMES PATTERSON. Money Saved, without ft doubt, by buy ing your groceries of Anderson & Stebbins, south of the court house, MACKINTOSHES in single and double texture, lined and unlined, all colors and sizes, at Galbraith's, IT JIAY PO AS MUCH FOB TOU, Fred MiUer of Irving, III, writes that he had a severe kidney trouble fop mapy years with severe pains in his back, and also that bis bladder was affected, JJe tried .many so-called kidney cures, but without any good result. About ft year ago he began the use of Electric Bitters and found relief at once, Electric Bitters is especially adapted to the cure of all kidney and Jjyep troubles. and often gives almost instant relief, One trjal will prove our statement. Price only 600 for large bottle at Pr, Sheetz' drug store. e KNIGHTS OF THE -The State Opnjw»ndep writes us fronj Wncoin, Neb., as follows; "Afte? t ether medicines fop what seemed to Y0ry obstinate cough }n our two, chi wf trted J?Ft King's New Discovery and at tbeen4 of two days the, cougij entirely left tpejg. W e will a°t be wit&mt it bereaf tep, pup where all ye tfcte . with ^ ^fe; r ^ Sold by Mane Better It bums ail the f ml yoti v 7: ';? put in it, It's easyjorun and ~\,,j long lasting , Ask lor ii \V *" NSURANOE Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Office over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartford. Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, • Rocktord of Bockford, _ Lloyd's Plate Glass of NeW York. — United States Life of New York. Hluisolf Freely. —Yale Record. GRADUATED OPTICIAN. Eyes tested free of charge. Large line of'op- tlcal goods always on hand. Repairing • of flne wateKes a specialty. Tired. Algy—What's the matter, Archie? You're not looking well. Archie—You wouldn't look well it you'd been suffering from insomnia every afternoon for a week. A Well Filled Larder. Jl: Yon Blumer—Did you make a success of your garden last summer? Flankington—I should say sol 'I made several holes in the fence, and we had all the 'chickens we could eat— Brooklyn Life. WATER OR NO PAY, Artesian well contractor. I have the only cable steam drilling machine owned in the county; sink wells for water supply for towns, cities, and railroads, Special attention to farm well work. Estimates made, I em. ploy only expert drillers. Address A. F Dalley, Algona, Iowa. Drugs DR. L. A. SHEETZ, and Medicines. Full assortment always on band of drugs, med cines, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only, WW^W/'VS '•ftl ~^f \M^H^M^BHMHHBH^M^W«Wa^M ' *t ' * * f ~t ^^^DlMu'^kA^^IUMlofrmnn^nMri jfe-lKTrt t*r x ^ZnnH Water or No Pay, We have a new well-digging outftt, the best that is made, and one well adapted to this section. Our long experience (n making wells warrants us in guaranteeing satisfaction in ftU cases. BROS, The State University OF THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS wm twin the mr Qm V» 'WwMiVJJ JtVJBil/jM^WV , <f \ * ' E. G. BOWYER, now at the new stand In the Oowles block, has a complete stock of AND FINE JEWELRY'. P. L. SLAGLE, Manufacturer and dealer in Harness, Saddles, Whips, ROBES, md all Harness goods. Also a full line of Trunks, Grips, and Telescopes. Bepairlng -.eatly and promptly done. I sell • s DR. JOSEPH HAAS' x x^ REMEDY FOR HOG CHOLERA, \ 'osltlvely the best remedy for cholera in hogs- V ir chickens. Come and see me, at new stands adjoining Chilstensen's livery barn. M ONEY ON REAL ESTATE. HOXIE & BRUNSON. LEGAL. ORIGINAL NOTICE. !N THE DISTBICT COUBT OF KOSSUTH County, Iowa—The Kossuth County 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. To said defendants: You are hereby notified hat there is now on file in the office of th& clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, *!owa, a petition of the plaintiffs, claiming of rou the sum of $600 with interest thereon from ,he 26th day of May A. D. 1887, with New- York exchange, as due on your promissory note of that date given to Luther K. Graves;:, and also asking for the foreclosure of the cer- ;ain mortgage given to secure the same on the- south fractional one half of the southwest fractional one quarter of Sec, 6, Township 97, Bange 27, West of the 5th P, M., in Kossuth county, Iowa, Also asking for attorney fees; no money'demand is made against any of the defendants except Mathew Bichardson and 311en Bichardson, the makers of said note, all of which 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, which will commence at Algona, Iowa, on the Otb day of December, A. D. 1805, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon as prayed. Dated Nov. 12,1895, 34t4 GEO. B. CLOUD, Plaintiff's Att'y, ORIGINAL NOTICE, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN and for Kossuth county,"—The Kossuth County State Bank versus David Bradley Manufacturing Co., Aultman & Miller Company, D, M. Oslwrne & Co., Ketohem & Johnson, John G, Edwards, State of Iowa, Parlin Orendorf & Martin Co., Stoddard Mfg, Co,, Sterling Mfg, Co, To said defendants: You are hereby notlfted that there is now on file in the office of the • clwk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, a petition of the plaintiffs, claiming of yon the sum of 9500 with interest thereon from i the 13th day of March, A. D. 3-885, with New York exchange, as due on your_pronii8SO!T not of that date given to Henry E, Robbing; and also asking for the foreclosure of the certain mortgage given to secure the same on the 1 south half of the northeast quarter and north ' half of southeast quartey of geo. 13, Twp7BT! Range SO west of tfie 5th V. M., in Ko&uth county, Iowa, Also asking for attorney fees.i no money demand is wade Against any*of we' defendants except Matthew Ripharason and, Ellen Richardson, tb<? makers, of said note. £u of which will at tyrge appear from inspeQtiftO ' of said petition. Now unless you 'ftppeajr thereto and defend before noon of the sloppd dw of the pext term of said court, which will commence at Algona, Iowa, on the 9th fl»y Qf December, 4. p, 1895, default will tee > emm^ against you and Judgment and depree ^JMS 0 ^ %W«KS*' ^ •J^" •Vi< ..Vrf <Mv said W^lialtJS^^ !ienew.flj«i ! *toj.j l 9 H

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