The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1896 · Page 8
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lliii 58: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY. JAJWAKY 32. MM. j4: itfgrises that hava war stmak Algoaa "'•$'• wili;b§ found at Jam©s Pattsrsotfs to suit 106 oats, and 14o odrn; $• j^p^i ^ ^ ^^^^ , a^j^g^f A fF.h'e Best Flour ever sold in Algona, I have handled it for two years, and every person who has used it oan testify to the above, Fancy patent, ,95, former price $1.10 First patent, ,85, former price 1.00 Family flour, .65, former price .80 . Why will you wear out your stomach eat. ' ing home flour when you can get the best that is made in Minnesota for the same price. Buckwheat flour $3 per hundred. Tomatoes, . 3 cans for 25c, the best Corn, . . . 3 cans for 25c, the best No. 1 apples per bbl. . . . > $2.60 former price $2.75. Two pounds tea for 25c; 2 gal. syrup, 50c a pail; 32 bars oi soap for 90c. Everything I have got in the same proportion, and you don't have to buy $30 worth to get.these prices. I Have Got the Goods "" "~ ~"" "" " " ~' L ~ :< ~ : . \ •••""---•' ^ - - -- • *. - y and they have got to be sold. Everything is warranted , as represented. I thank everybody for their kindness in the past two years, and I am here for the interest of my patrons, and when I get a bargain on goods you get it, and the goods I offer 1 bought so that I can sell on your cheap prices. I am for business, respectfully, The Spring Line of H&tS 111 Latest locks Just received at tlie New England Clothing House Cowles' Block. James Patterson. S. Don't forget that I can supply you with the best oil, if the Standard does only sell one .kind at Algona. * . Tano.es ZFa/tterson.. Gome and see the new styles. We have also a large assortment of Golf Caps. Yours truly, &> OCX THE CITY CIRCUIT. FINANCIAL. Kossulh County State Bank CAPITAL .............................. $50,OOC Incorporated under general laws, of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. colleo tlons made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates, , INGHAM .................... President J. B, JONES.,..-. ............... Vice President iiEWIS H. SMITH ...................... Cashier Directors— Wm. H. Ingham, John G, Smith, J. B. Jones, T. OhrtsohllTes, Lewis H. Smith, J. 1 W. ypftdsworth, Barnet Devine. The First National Bank $50,000 Special attention given to collections, AMBROSE A. CALL ...... , .......... President H, BUTCHINS .............. Vice President WM, K. FEBOTSON .................. Cashier 0, D, SMITH .................. ..Asst. Gabbler Direptors— p. B. HutoWns, S, A. Ferguson, PhUJp porweiler, W- F, Carter, Ambrose A. OftU.B, B, spencer, Ww. K. Fergiwon. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable r^tea to parties tumishing first-class security. CASB 160,000, MQQJT4, AMONG THE ADVERTISERS. Walker Bros, sold 12 boxes of raisins Saturday in unbroken boxes. Galbraith advertises a .cut sale this week on blankets and underwear. Langdon & Hudson quote special prices on canned goods this week. James Patterson sold 100 sa.cks of flour last week. He is advertising flour. Bowyer and Studley will move into their new room in the Boston block as soon as it is ready. The Kossuth County State bank statement this week speaks for the business of that pioneer establishment. A. D. McGregor sold a $25 book case and a load of other furniture Saturday to a man within two miles of Livermore. The Daisy mills are selling all the flour they can turn out, running 12 hours, Mrs, Butler hopes to have them running nights. C, D, Pettibone says the tomb stone business is not lively in these dull times, because people can wait for tomb stones. Still he is selling some fine work all the time. A few weeks ago a farmer from near Fairmont, Minn,, came to C. M. Box- gee's and bought two stoves, He said he could buy enough, cheaper in Algona to pay for the trip. At Purdall's big out rate clothing sale a week ago be had to lock the doors twice to keep the crowd out till the boys could get the packages done up and the clothing rearranged, Grove & Son have moved to their new quarters and nqw have plenty of room, It js a goo4 Stood and they fiave bad it entirely refitted, inside, new floors, new paint,, etc, Fred, McCall has been helping them get settled, Jas, Taylor Is figuring o« taking all the cloak tickets from the cloaks has. sola the pas. & eessQu and pas OB a big sheet and have them graphed, Bf will the» biyre ¥ c«t ade en ft reduced scale aM use it as adverttsewent. He has §U the. tick^e cloaks he &a.s eB jd, a drawer.. No ono ever saw a finer January than the present. Mrs. John Henry bus bought th Plumley house for $1,250. The Algona butter tub factory is sup plying 65 patrons and is behind on orders. Rev. Bowen is holding services a the Episcopalian church every two weeks. Judge Quarton was in town over Sun day. He is now holding , court ir Estherville. Manager Blossom is flcrurlng on hav ing John Dillon in the opera house about March 1. A marriage licp.nso book containing 248 blanks lasted Kossuth from June 4 1894, to Jan. 16, 1896, Father Nichols gave $5 to the read ing room last week. He believes it is an excellent institution. The Congregationiilists meet Mon day afternoon to elect new officers foi the year and to transact business. Hobart don't want to be known ns a suburb of Algona. They say the valley between is too deep and too wide. F. H. Vesper is confined to his home today by sickness. His friends hope that he will escape a serious time. Mrs. Geo. H. Barr, Alex Brown's daughter, is reported dangerously sick She is slightly better this morning! Marriage licenses have been issued to Frank Loss and LenaPeffer, Andrew Christensen and Maren Olava Olson. Phil C. Hanna gained 36 pounds in three weeks and- is said to be competing with Geo. W. and Wes. ns a heavy weight. B. F. Hedrick's fingers," which had the tips pinched off two weeks ago, are not getting well fast. He has a very sore hand. Judge Cook is to be attorney for the Iowa and Missouri divisions of the Milwaukee road with headquarters al Cedar Rapids. Sheriff Samson is on crutches again. He slipped on the carpet in the Odd Fellows' hall and wrenched his knee and cannot bend it. The Milwaukee officials stopped al Hobart Monday and told the boys that a new depot would be one of the season's improvements there. C. W. Lee of Lotts Creek has sold his farm to Frank Nlcoulin and has moved to Polk Clty.-where he willifarm. He has bought his father's place. Mrs. Moses Stewart, living south of Whittemore, has been sick for a year and is now reported to be deranged and will have to be sent to the asylum. Wm. Cleary received word Saturday that his only sister, living at Wanco, 111., was dying. He could not make connections to reach the town and did not go. The committee appointments of Speaker Byers were read this morning at Pes Moines. Tomorrow Representative Mayne's committee work will be known. Mrs, Starr and Mrs. Cowles have (sir- culated petitions asking for a memorial hall for the state. They have been largely signed. It is a worthy project and should succeed. The MojKenssie company appeared before a small audience last Thursday evening, but gave a first 'class entertainment, Everybody praises them, They are all artists. Rev, kandis pf Jefferson preached at the Baptist church Sunday. The church members and spojety meet tonight to decide upon giving him a call. A full attendance is desired, Pr, Garfleld does not get over his in* his no ury rapidly, He Js confined to ome and is »9t feeling well. P»\ Coy says, however, t jjat be }s in danger and will slowly recover, Pf. Morse was called last week to see the widow of Cul, Wilson, who died afewweeks»go»tLedy ft rd, She also had the feyer and is now very low, It is not expected that she can Uye, 0, H, Blossom says the. poultry sea- nnd $3.35 was paid last week. Everything else is stationary, 1 corn at If cents, oats 11 cents, wheat 40 cents, for the best. Butter and egga are off in the local market, 14 cents for butter and 11 cents for eggs. The firm of Cloud & Hwggard has dissolved. Mr. Haggard will retain the front rooms over the Kossuth county bank and continue the loaning business. Mr. Cloud retains the rear offices and will continue the law business. Oil Inspector Gullixson of Bode says that a wrong impression prevails as •'to his duties. His business is to see that no oil is sold that will flash below a certain test. The more water there is in it the safer it is, so, he can't test for water. . The Bancroft dancing club have invited the Algona dancing club to join them tomorrow evening in the ball of the season. When Bancroft starts out to do a thing it is done right, and those who are able to go will be royally entertained. Assistant Superintendent Ashton says that the Northwestern will have a better arrangement of trains for Algona in the spring. He still thinks that we will get two passenger trains a day find be able to go to Des Moines a ad back the same day. John Bestenliner, whose injuries resulting from being run over were noted last week, was buried yesterday." Lockjaw set in and medical aid proved of no avail. He was a stout, healthy boy but he was badly bruised by the heavy wagon which crossed his chest. Bancroft's barber shop is -doing the right thing. The proprietor, J. L. Johnson, weds Katie E. Sheridan, a sister of the land men there, and the assistant, J. B. Johnston, weds P. M. Barslou's second daughter, Annie. They got licenses the same day. May much joy be theirs. A local buyer informs us that it costs over seven cents a bushel to ship oats to Chicago, and over 12 cents to ship corn, counting in commission charges, With pats at nine cents and corn at 14 the railroads get about as much as the farmers. A car for oats costs about $105 from Algona to Chicago. A. red hot law suit is on in 'Squire Clarke's court, F. W, Henke vs. Albert Benke. Henke and Benlje live at Whittemore and are in dispute over the right, title, and interest to some tumbling rods, etc. 'Squire Raymond is for Henke and T. E. McEnroe for Benke, and Feb. 15 is the date for the hearing, The Courier says it can do work for half as much as THE UPPER DES MOINES can. What is it kicking on the board's plan for then? It would have a dead cinch on the job of publishing the board proceedings, and we would lose the job we now have of furnishing supplements to our neighbors out of town. W. H, Clark, the Jersey man, is 'figuring on going into the elevator business in Minnesota, in which case his father will take the farm here and run It. It is not yet settled that a change will be made. We shall regret to lose Mr. Clark the younger, but Mr. Olark the elder will be a desirable addition to our population, Company F meets tonight to elect a successor to Lieut, Chubb. As Capt, Haggard's resignation, which was tendered last spring, will go in again tomorrow, the boys expect to choose with a view to elevating the lucky man to the captaincy, Then they will elect two lieutenants, as Lieut. Pougherty will also resign, * Emanuel Erlokson, whose mental vagaries were noted last week,- was irougbt before the insane commission Friday and was sent to Independence. Se was asked about the. Algona fires of ast spring, b«t tolfJ^e commissioners £at they couldn't prove that be set them, His prevail}^ junaoy was that someone was trying t,o poison him. The social union will meet Friday evening of this week at 8 o'clock with :he following, program: Piano solo, Jelen, Starr; paper, Ohas, Cohenour; recitation, ^Trying to Wok the Teaeb' ir»" G§o, St. John; ' yowl sglo, Kate W uartette, torfe'U money' swindle or the fakirs would soon stop paying postage on their circulars. They'would not continue long if there was no money in it. E. W. Donovan of Fenton has lately received one of the regulation propositions, which he sends to us. It does not vary in the least from all that have preceded it. • The swindle is so apparent that it is wonderful that it proves a tempting bait. J. W. Sullivan returned from Chicago last week, but Jo. Cordingley remains three weeks for treatment for what is pronounced enlargement of the liver. He was examined by Dr. Nicholas Senn, the best known surgeon in the city, and is under his care. THE UPPER DES MOINES was in error last week in stating that his trouble was pronounced a tumor by our local physicians. All Jo's friends here will hope to see him come back, well on the way to full recovery. A. H. Paine.has a curious law suit today before 'Squire Taylor. Some time ago he was garnished in a suit against a couple who were supposed to have some money coming from him. He told the sheriff he owed, them nothing but he was cited to appear in court and did not do it. Accordingly judgment w<as taken against him, by default for the amount, some $26, instead of against the debtors, and last week an execution was levied on his goods, chattels, hereditaments, etc., etc., and he was about to be mulcted when he entered a vigorous protest. The matter will be heard, Danson & Butler for plaintiff, and Sullivan & McMahon for Mr. Paine, and be settled today. He says it is all he wants to do to keep his own bills up, without paying other mens debts. SHELLY & PETTIBONE, MARBLE Head Stones, * Monuments, {SfSee us before you contract. DR. L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines. Pull assortment always on hand of drugs, med- cines, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only, , . . o.3a.eL Stationery. The-State University OF THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS Will begin the On September I ear 1896-96 For particular information as to the respect- 'e deoartments address as follows; iffer, president, Collei Iowa 0 Ji aw r"EmU» Mccialn, chancellor, Iowa city, Meaioal-J, W. Harriman, M. D, secretary of faculty, lowft City. v ' Bomoeppatbio Meajcal-'J. Q. Giiehrist, M, D., registrar of faculty. Iowa City. ' r jHsfc*- °- H TOV»' »• S-, aea week; address B< * ° r A, Legal Blanks Real Ei?tate Mortgages, Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim Real Bill pf §ale, Chattel Mortgages, , Satisfaction of Mortgage, Notes, The .Upper, Des Mote STATEMENT OF THE lossutli County State Bank, At c.ose of business, Jan. 8,1800. ASSETS. Loans and discounts.. Good .....$115,17069 Doubtful 40000 In judgment 37000 Past due 6,87100 Cash on hand and cash Items. Due from banks Overdrafts. Real estate Personal property.... 5116,570 09 Total. 13,320 54 18,707 80 1,026 48 10,629 62 2,789 83 $162,110 90 LIABILITIES. Capital stock Deposits Undivided profits Total. $ 50,000 00 99,841 47 12,20953 8102,110 9D Liabilities of directors .-.-. .>.. .$4,150 00 Signed and swora to by directors, Wit. Hi INGHAM. LEWIS H. SMITH. Jos. W. WADSWOBTH. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of January, 1890. • [L. s.] H. E. RIST, Notary Public. LEGAL. ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that the .undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as ad- ministratrix of the estate of .David Dutton, 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 said estate will file them wjth the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance. • " Dated this 80th day of January, A. D. 1898. JENNIE E. DODGE; 44t3 , Administratrix. 44t3 OTOJTAI^PTIQE. In and, tor i agaj»8t Iowa, on or before the nr for more than ten years last Kosj-mth cp» W Febru 8uth oounty, Igwa, to be held at said ponnty/Iifarpb S, 18g8, ifll H SHERIFFS SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an execution on transcript, to me directed by the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, a gainst the goods, chattels, lands, tenements, etc., of Ralph Johnson, defendant, in favor of Qeo E. Clarke, plaintiff, I will offer at. public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the door of the court house, in the I town of Algonaj county of Kossuth, Iowa, on-I the 15th day of .February, 1896, between the ' hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4: o'clock p. m,, on said day. all of said Ralph Johnson's right, title, and interest in and the following described real estate, situated in Kossuth county, Iowa, to-wit: The south half of the northeast quarter of Section No. Thirty two, in Township No. Ninety-eight, north of Range No. Twenty seven, west of the 5th P.M. Kossuth county,la, Sale to commence at the hour of 3 o'clock P, M. of said day, • i Witness my hand this 15th day of Januark 1898. 0,0. SAMSON, I Sheriff Kossuth County, Iowa, I ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF 1 T County. Iowa-S, A. Stanton, plaintiff, vs, W. P.Needham, defendant^-KoliQe of Garnishment to Principal Defendant, ' To W, p. Neijdham; . You are hereby nott- |£d that on the ftttb d»y of August, 1SP5, Frank Wontour was -garnished in above entitled cause, when he immediately paW Into the.handetpf j, B. X.ew}s, sheriff of Ofay cpun- ty,'Jowa,Thtrty.five dollars, (»35), it being tiw amount he was Indebted to you, and the samf has been turned over by said fcewis to B. F, Grose, clerk of said district court. You an further notified to appear befouo, noon on the second day of the Mar<?h;ten»>T" ' court, commencing on the>ethf-i 1898, and show cause, if ansv-s,,.., „,,,. .... Judgment condemning • eaia • rapney in W>» hands of said cjerk, in whlob yqu have; an}»' terest, should not be entered; and if vou SQ- S2» SP'S?!^ 8UC ? time »nd-place and, dej«n«, default will be entered against you and JW ment rendered accordin/ly r * • ? UH • $'

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