The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1896 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 1, 1896
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Display of Fine Crockery, Piel a (WlfssF- ens jnwror fl&^E. aa»2 raw? *f "<£ fefkfo- 8L G fys f*' 3 *' t ? Ire s fn-,T3 nft.i? I have just received a crate of dishes— " Haviland" pattern, invited to You are cordially Call and See Them. I have also an elegant assortment of fine glassware—latest things out. You can save some money and keep good-natured by inspecting these goods—and buying. feefoess Mm FV&iajr. Eisesw BL M_ G;mnls»sir r s Il Clraelfc E* iSefana *is& JO) sfeSer it Mir- E»-'-snr">ir fesr few-ase ra S&e cSfty. ' ! Economy is bam, C*^."A Penny Saved is ! a Penny Earned." f* aiiiMi»jwi» Bras/ meter feesase *arf and examine the Mart- P. Wearer «|11 tw Tfoe EsoHwiiadi rspswrtla sfcaw B&aS AT-1| So B&? pressa«? iff? re^StTe* ami fBT«ntrH> aiffidl be?? Ini&edi W. S. Beaai* cane fmsa SsesaBfir BatiS1 -_«_*,_ n •»•« «-=. - t! tts _ night, 5® JwSge Q,s*f tiro® iasse as | THE CFPEH DES frS l&eaai Sa will fee a s AEgoea C6ap«er, O. EL S... erffBtoig' next. S>lf». C. In. &er bed fswr S&siee wetfes, ' csea «*\ Ttaeslaj p -^s AEgwsa !. ?E 5fee i8i««ia 5o ium esrfsasge to cwa- §1.6(50 stwk rjr. TBte plain ts aa«i a *e~8 will fc>? Cmvles Block. James Patterson. Twesrfajr. The ytrosp&sl is f«wr The ecbooC aale osiaes 8isn,5aj. ; ae-sUS a fesr barrel.* <of 15 •sc^ fea^e 15 Iw&iMi ic.$© 5 ile b?fon* 16&er s-Sep* are Sakee. A pood Site AH to8 ooe quarter of 8be Swo ai are apprai^sd at «3) ao Taylor's. - There's a graceful sweep to the ready-made skirt that cannot be imitated. Ready, to wear. There is no delay or disappointment tacked to the buying of a readymade skirt or suit. If you wish to keep step with others our skirts and suits will help you do it. Jas. Taylor. A pleaaaoS spring raise Saf.BnSay teas 8bio|n§ bsiEia on Sbe farm. TEne toss wjw«je«i Br. GarSetd wa* dowTu Jo Tbaira.iajr 80 viii8 Dr. AmtsSnong. Bo5b are getSJag along towards beaEtti. Mrs. G. E. Hartweli, JiTtng' swuBfa of 8own. died jes8erdajr njoruiing. Twin born Ia*l Tbetrsday LE0AL. LETTERS TE8TAMEMTABY. THE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COTJS- tf— tats— To all whom tb*a« preaen&s shall ctrote, greeting: Wtaemsus, Mary M. Warner, of the county aad state aforeaald, died on or about the 23d (4ajr of December, 1805, leaving a last will s t*stamfcTiS, aod therein Domination K. H. Spencer of Algous, Kosaatb coanty, Iowa, ez «cator of tine aarat; and Whereas, Said will taring tec n admitted to probate and record by the district court of *sM eemnty— Now, therefore, know ye that tbe said R. H. Sptsaeeroasbeen appointed by the said court a.s weeat«r of tiuiKOa&f,, chattels, rigbts, credit», .and effect* of the estate of the said Mary K, Warner, deceased, with full power and au taority to isteure and collect tne said property and dcbta wnererer the same may be found in t£ds state, and to do and perform all other acts which now are or may hereafter be required of Inteetimony whereof I bare hereunto eet 07 hand and afttxed the seal of the district court at Algcma, tbi» l»th day of March. 1806. fl* ».] 8. F. CRO8B, 1W Clerk of the District Court. PROFESSIONAL. *~ n -~~^*^*~>~>~*~r*~r**~^-V>^*~^^**. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over Flret National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Cowles 1 new building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office la Hoxie-Feriruson bl jck. EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE. Notice ia hereby given that the undersigned IMS teen appointed and baa quail (led as executrix of the estate of tiotlieb Bobn, late tut Kosvntb county, Iowa, deceased. All per *on» in any manner Indebted to said estate will make immediate payment to the under signed; and those having claims against thi *»W estate will die them with the clerk of thi district conn of Kossuth county. Iowa, ta pro Tided by law, duly authenticated, for allow ance. Dated this 18th day of March, A. D. 1803. JULIANA W. BOH.V, It3 Executrix. ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. Notice in nereby given that the undersigned lias been appointed and has qualified as ad JBUnixtrator of the estate of Jlaviila Dutton l*t« of Kossutb county, Iowa, deceased. All person? )n any manner indebted to said estate will make immediate pa) ment to tbe under; and those having claims against the ate will file them with the clerk of the ct court of Koasutb county, Iowa, as pro vi.4e<! by law, duly autUentlcated, for allow, aace, ated this 21st day of March, A, D. 1890. JOHN O, 3MITB, Aarainurtrator. NOTICE TO GRADERS. ven that tbe board of su county will receive sealed 1890, 'for all the be two the territory north of Township No, 1, ana an south of Township 4110148 to be inade in Separate bids are to ,\ afl H4e work. Isolud- QQ feet of grade, ,at a al) parth moved JKTipwM?/*^ ffspflrATH,- GEO. R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, AMIONA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth County State Bank. E, V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LA W, Algona, Iowa, L. K, GA.RFJELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEQN. Office, State at., one door east of Cordingley. Residence, McGregor st., east of the public school building. F. L. TRIBQN, M, P., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON. Office and residence in the Boston Block. (In the new block.) »'«''«• H. C. McCOY, M. D,, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Residence, McGregor street. Office with Or Uarfleld, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algeria, lew* . S. , p. p, g, f Qfflce dyer tfee State Bank, Wesley schools are closed 0n of diphtheria. Charley Brooson's child &wA ail that dread disease "a.?! week. Mrs. Powers bos boogbi tbe ion opposite M. B. Cbaplo*5 borne in tbe north part of town and will build a: oooe. Judge Qitartoo lias changed tbe date for tbe May term of court. It was caiied for 3>lav IS, bat, will be adjaarned lo Ma j 25. Geo. W. Pangboro was in town Monday, He has rented a house in Mankato and will more from El more in a few weeks. Geo. C. Call has a Sit. Bernard dog which grows an inch in height each week. He is 21 weeks old and stands 25 inches high. Union and Letts Creek townships have some differences of opinion about school house locations. Appeals to the county superintendent are talked of. Geo. Platt will go north this week to build a bouse for P. H. Vesper on bis farm south of Ledyard. Mr. Vesper has a fine piece of land where tbe two railroads cross and will improve it. Frank Dingier has bought tbo two east lots of tbe Stebbins property in the south part of town, and is planning to build this spring. J. L. Donahoo will make bis home in tbe new bouse. Jack Pinkerton writes to Frank Nicoulin that be has more mining claims in tbe Black Hills than he can attend to, and that there is ore. Jack's old friends will hope be gets a mint of ore. The city collected from water rents, licenses, etc., $2,688.59 last year. That paid for running the waterworks, lighting tbe town, tbe city marshal, tbe fire department, and the city government. Paul Dorweiler had a bad runaway over in Garfield last week. Tbe buggy tongue came down and bis daughter was thrown outand quite badly injured. Tbe West Bend Advance says it was a narrow escape for all. Fred. Patterson, S. D. Patterson's son, is running a store at German Valley, and has lately had an addition to bis family of a bright girl. Mrs. Patterson went out from Algona last week to visit the new comer. The Milwaukee and Northwestern both are objecting to paying the city 10-mill water tax. They claim they are not in tbe limits in such a way as to be liable. They have had agents here looking tbe matter up. Marriage licenses have been issued to Wesly B. Hensley and Lydia Davison, H. J. Ristau and Emma C. Ramus, Geo. F. Brooks and Minerva Monroe, Julius Jenson and Jennie Thompson. Herman Kellar and Anna Wellhausen. A hearing was had before Judge Quarton Friday in the contest beween tbe widow of the late Robt. Stephenson and his other heirs, Cobenourand Coboon of Emmetsburg appeared for and E. V. Swelling for the children The judge took the matter under advisement. The Methodists have plans well along for a new church this spring, Business committees have been appointed and active work will begin soon. We are not informed as to what plans will be adopted, but if tbe Methodists do anything it will be a credit to toe town. Sunday night some boys, who are well connected, made a disturbance about the Adventist church, The law is the same whether one disturbs a meeting from the inside or outside, and some excellent Algona families are in a fair way to gain an undesirable notoriety, Complaint has Sar- fae- 8«v?7' 3»5fiiJii5 a-sansd if tlbi? S**S is satis- and Mr. Hoey ass n res the* •ESS men SfcaS is will foe. Mr. Call aauirerj some crisieisni* on feis former exposure r»t the a Itfdtam fcaSSte in PacabocSas {bis sreek. and effectoallr sqoe elaire? of Sbe RoEfe KereiBJe. In fact !be Reveille gires np all preteose of defends eg- Mr. RaisSon's (Sate, for ft 3sj*: "We bare vf& the least «Jo«b5 as So the traSUe betn? foogbt on She Meefikal spot, bus 5S"s injmaiieria! what perSlcntlar Jrib«=s iBfJulged io the cos- Ses". or on wfeaS particular day the erect took place." Weather Clerk Pettibooe has called aJf.enticD to a ccrious state of affairs in tbe Des Sfoines river. Before there- was any rain, snow, or oUber moisture to swell tbe rota me of water She Hirer raised from eight inch«»* to tsro fert. The same curious t>ondilioo exists all orer Dakota and Nebraska. Rivers and creeks are full and wells are being nsed that have been dry for year?, and no surface moisture to account for it. Men of scientific turn are devotiog some time to this problem, bat co explanation has yet been given. Al. Swanson, tbe same young man connected with a disreputable affair reported last week, went to the Adventist meeting Friday night drunk and made a disturbance. Mr. Cteary requested him to leave, and finally ordered him to do so. He refused and was accordingly brought before "Squire Clarke Saturday, where he pleaded guilty and was fined $30 and costs. Marshal Horan has bad him working out bis fine on tbe streets. He is one of a crowd of bard characters Algona is harboring, atl of whom could well be spared. A telegram came to C. H. Biossom from Robt. Roan announcing tbe death of his mother, one of the earliest of KosButb's early settlers. The remains arrived in Algona this morning on tbe train from tbe west having been brought from Kulm, N. D., and are interred with those of her husband. Until late years Mrs. Roan has lived at tbe Milwaukee depot in a bouse owned by her. She came to the county in an early day and settled with Mr. Roan on thi farm north of Aug. Zahl- ton's, about three miles northeast of Algona. She was well known to all tbe pioneers. John Biechlmair came near making a fatal mistake Sunday. He bad come in to Cook Bros.'store at Hobart and bought what he and they supposed was epsom salts. In tbe morning at S o'clock be took a spoon and a half full and soon was in great pain. Dr. Tribon was called after dinner and found clots of blood in the stomach and other symptoms of a disordered state of affairs. He then examined the supposed salts and found that they were salt peter, which is always injurious and sometimes poisonous. How such a mistake should have been made no one can explain. There is a new rumor about the new Des Moines train. The superintendent of the Omaha road which runs from Elmoro to Minneapolis has notified the Mankato people that a through passenger is to leave Minneapolis at 3 o'clock p. m. for Des Moines. If this is correct the train will go through Algona in the evening and reach Des Moines sometime past midnight. This is not so promising as tbe original proposal. A through train from Minneapolis is all right, but who wants to get in Des Moines at 3 o'clock a. m,? It is said a sleeper will be put on and We guarantee it to give the same light, and use one-half as much oil as the ordinary lamp. One in use every night at our store. TELEPHONE 47. Walker Bros. FINANCIAL. ZOWA. &?po<ats received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collec ttoos made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from t fce oM countries sold at lowest rates. ffM. H. ISGHAH. President; J. B. JONES, Vice President; LEWIS H. SMITH. Cashier Directors—Win. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrischilles, Lewis H. Smith, J W. WadswortX Barnet Derine. CAPITAL SoO.OOC AXBBOSE A. CALL.... President I WM. K. FERGUSON* Cartier D. H. HFTCHINS Vice President I C. D. SMITH Asst. Ca»hJer DJreesors—D. H. Hutehins, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, F. H. Vesper, Ambrose A. CalL R. H. Spencer, Win. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security Special attention given to collections. Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, C. C. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbraith, Fred. M. Miller, jryron Schenck, Thos. F. Cooke. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. General Banking. PRTFJ.TS SAfETT DEPOSIT TAUIJS. ^""Interest paid on time deposits. GKE20. O. Sii per cent. Interest on for money left three months or more. Money always on band to loan on first mortgages, second mortgages, and good collaterals. Notes bought. ALGONA. IOWA. Foundry and Machine Shop, IMIxillica <Ss O3aaa.sted.t, Frops. We do repairing of ail kinds. Iron and brass easting and boiler work done on short notice Threshing outfits repaired promptly. We are here to stay. Mail orders promptly attended. Bull pinion for Case power, and horse power knuckle, a specialty <"«=«•"*«. Shop east of Rutherford •^TTvr.y.Tr-^ j. OS2TSG House. ALGOXA, IOWA. NSURANCE. Also Land, Loan and Collection Bnsiness,- Offlce over Algona State Bank. Fanners' of Cedar Rapids, Phoentr of Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis. Rockford of Rockford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. GEO. M. BAILEY. LATINA FRONT 2% JN. BACKED IN. Easter Collars and Cuffs, ••' COON BRAND. WILSON BROS, TIES. Only choice things—no cheap trash for sale by us. RAILWAY TIME CARDS, „ -• . . -,?-.- r-^~—,-— at this office that some youpg boys have a cave over in the WQQ^B north of town, where they congregate to play poker ana 4r}qk. We ji ay( , R0 ^ investigated, but have callea Mardhal Boran's attention to the matter, young boys under 12 years of age are said to frequent the place, * possibly the passenger might sleep on the side track until morning. r Rev. Cordner, who is to oomo to Algona in a few weeks, has been holding a big meeting at Nashua. The Post says: After having been to church once during the meetings, people were irresistibly drawn there the next evening. All classes of people have been converted; in other words, Nashua has been turned upside down. In proportion to population, more people have been converted than at any other town in Iowa, In our opinion Mr. Cordner will soon rival Moody, We have been to what were called revivals before but there was as much difference between this last and the ones held formerly as there is in the light throwq by a candle and an electric arc light. The churches are making big preparations for the coming of Evangelist Cordner. Cf. A, Wi Encampment. For the Grand Army of the Republic ' 30, excursion tickets wil bo eol4 by the Chicago, Milwaukee* St,f»ftul railway at one lace for the round trip. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOCAL TBAISS WEST. No. 1 departs at ........... ........... 9:08 am No. 9 departs at ...................... 4:22pm ..T^J-Slits that carry passengers— No. 93 departeat.... ....... T ........ lS:05 9 m No. 71 departs at .................... 6:45p5 „ „ „ TBAWS EAST. No.S departs at ............. . ........ 10:47am No. 4 departs at ................ ...... 6:04 -.Freight* tliat carry passengers- No. 76 departs at...... ..... „.. No. 94 departs at .................. ... H, F. HEPRICK, Agent. 6:04pm * CHICAGO & NOETHWESTERN. South- Pass ........... 3:05pm Pass ........... 5:58pm greght Freight 9:30 am :245 North- Pass 3:26pm Pass 8:13 am Freight 9;30am Might....... :245 p in Freight 7 33 5 m Pasa, arrives at OWcago at 7 a in; arrives at S?^Oto.!.8^?=»Rn»f fcv,P^8|i. S 2V30im .,Mixed connects w: , _ yer and arrive? at OW- F. g. VKSPBB. Agent, J. C. Anderson. C. J. Stebbins ANDERSON & STEBBINS Desire to impress u are handling pon the people that they the e best to be had GROCERIES Have as good » " A flue tablesyrnp, per groceries, •**-- T1 7V ANPEBSOH 4 STBBBINS, The Fan Tan 164 ' Clear Havana

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