The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1896 · Page 8
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^^^"'4<, -^TT ^ < Viw^Vr. , -i "'j--^ ^ gS&^£^i^2&£y^l^ IOWA. WEDNESDAY. AMttt i^fe^l^A^ J&&,* IJL^-ir ' \t/-^ " ->V - c- **'&% , s>, '*' Vt' ? * - v'l'have just received a crate of dishes- K* T_jr ktt*.&4i*4^_j" aw*±i.i.-t.**ai *\ /".^ a i *._ „. - _.. 1 ? * i i .V Haviknd" pattern, You are cordially invited to. 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. cowks Block. James Patterson. IdP ft tFS&t ftaKy yeftrs , &>* ffSf 8f IbS board bill tfcg ttlsTln-aigfsifthdfflf bteH sthfhWB else fre-sultS ifi 'fels ttoitfg tittuped. Tlrefe is Substantial^ but one opfhoti fttetit the fietd df a n6w school building. A tew talk of using bid faoliathgB, but embody who bas childfeh waits his o»fi to be M Well bdtified as as any body , and the 6nly- WAy is td have the - lOO aoJ. Fully Will haV6 to be l&kefl from the RAILWAY TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOOAli TRAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at 0:08 am I.NO. 9 departs at 4:24p m Freights that carry passengers— ''No. 1 93 departs at 12;05am , No. 71 departs at 6:45pm HKs.V*"'! TRAINS EAST. |i1; t '"No.S departs at 10t47am ss> , . No. 4 departs at 6:04 p in *•••'" - Freights that carry passengers— No. 76 departs at 8:20pm No.94 departs at..... 2:05pm R. F. HEDBICK, Agent. I CHICAGO.* NOBTIIWESTERX. r South— Freight...—7:10 am 'Pass... ..8:04 am 'Slfaced l:12pm North- Mixed .... Freight Mixed .... ....8:00 pin . 7:10 a m .11:85 a m Pass 2:40p m Mixed .10:47p m F. H. VESPER, Agent. IF you are in search of. Fine- THE LOCAL FIELD. The public schools will plant 28 trees on the grounds Friday. Dr. Armstrong continues In very uncertain health at his Irvington home. Bowycr hns a new jeweler with him, MIY Hanchett, who comes from.' "Winona, Minn. The Wigwam sold Christaf Bierstedt near Burt a 14-foot geared Monitor mill yesterday. Between showers and warm sunshiny days spring has opened as favorably as it ever did in Kossuth. 4 s ?' 1 *'' m,» •,, , v m\r: & Millinery —the best to be had in the ' market, don't let it escape your attentiou that the large 11 stock just received by Matson & McCall - positively includes all that is .,• to be had in the latest and , .handsomest things in the line of millinery goods. Knowing the wants of the trade here, this stock was selected with special reference thereto, and we feel safe in predicting that it will fully meet the requirements of intending buyers. We invite inspection. MATSON & MCCALL. IvATlNA BACKS^IN. .OOON BRAND. Collars and Cuffs, If ilson Bros. 1 ;'.©nJy choice things—no trash for sale by Taylor ?w7*T;r ;e,f&ff4$rijpn ; rVy J t,; r ' ivvsl Treasurer Spencer issued 3,275 tax receipts in March. They represent a pretty big payment of taxes. Walter'Henderson, our new street commissioner, is building a home on the lot east of Wm. Kuhn's cottage. An old Gorman lady 78 years of age died at the poor farm this mornin^ at 2 o'clock. She has a daughter living at Corwith. Geo. W. Hanna will build a home in LuVerne which it is reported will cost $6000 or $7000. He has a handsomely located block. John M. Thompson, a young man 6f 22 years who came to the poor farm from Wesley not long ngo in the last stages of consumption, died Friday. S.D.Drake and F. D. Calkins drove to the north end of the county Saturday. Mr. Drake is building a house on a farm he owns adjoining Chubb Bros.' big ranch. Dr. F. E. V. Shore came from Des Moines Monday evening and was in town yesterday. He is now living in his new homo erected the past season in the city. Last year the school directors planted the trees on .Irbor day. This year the scholars have contributed pennies and bought their own trees and will boss the job, J.D. Shadle is building the new cigar factory building this week, and has the timbers framed for the new home Mart. Weaver is to occupy, which will go up at once. The cottage Jus. G. Green of Irvington is building west of S. Benjamin's is enclosed. It will make a convenient and attractive home, W, J. Crammond is doing the wprk, Drs. Gar8eld, Morse and Koneflck of Algona, Bliss of LuVerne and Beane of Burt attended, the state medical meeting at Des Moines last week. They report a very valuable as well as interesting session. One result of the new evening train will be to get the Des Moines evening papers here in the evening. We suppose of.oourse that Postmaster Hinoh- on will keep open till 11 o'clock to distribute them. That muoh-talked'Of drainage case at Humboldt was finally set for trial yesterday and Geo. E. Clarke is trying the case. County su veyor Tellier and Leut, Foster were subpoened as witnesses and started Saturday, .Q. A, Smith went to Indianapolis Monday evening to buy two colts guar- Rpteed to go {n 2:10 thfs y qa r, He buys lor Blue Earth parties..) Qharley is located at Blue Earth City now and Fay Reed is with for the summer. When T, H. Conner arrived at Es thervUJe to arbitrate between the contractor and some builders, the former refused to submit to arbitration and the whole matter went into court, Mr, Ccwner was kept several days as a wit* ness and the case reaped Judge ton yesterday, The experiment with the clay taken easi; of the Nprfrh western depot baked last week Jnto brick and tile a failure, There was enough lime pree ant tp mgke.the prpduot worthless, Mr. H«ey has now found some clay in a bank neap the fatr grounds which be thinks is better and is experimenting again this week, Mr. Viccfint, who lives on tUs Roberts farm ip CreBoo,, gothJ.s thumb lea tn a chain on, his seeder p«0 feet week, Rjjd'baajy } a oer»tea; The paU was tow off ana the whole /rant pj thg 'thuujb. .sapped from/the,bones, ht thfttit woiU4 tat ahd no one wants his tb be put ih a poorer place, poorly heated and lighted i . Monday »hile taking a Joad of lum- bei? horte fi'ota Algona A, L. Seeiey suffered what is feared mny be a serious paralytte stroke, Yesterday he had HO Use of his right side except to hlOVe his hand a ilttle. The doctor is In doubt Whether the trouble is due td ft clot of is the result of exposure, Mr. Seeiey is ohe of iJossuth's few remaining first settlers, aud all will learn with regret of his Illness. A letter has been received from H. F, Watson since he arrived at Mt. Hope giving the details of the sickness and death of his son-in-law, Dr. Pomerine. The doctor had a cold Saturday 'evening. Monday morning alight fever set in, Wednesday it Went to his brain and he becnme delirious. Saturday he died. No plans for the future have been made and whether Mrs. Pomerine and her two children will come to Algona or not Is not settled. Evangelist Cordner has been detained whcro ho is now working and will not reach Algona until next Monday. But the rink meetings have opened and Monday evening a big audience was out, Bev. Landis giving an able and eloquent sermon. Our local pastors will conduct the meetings this week and the evangelist will begin next Monday. The rink is well seated and lighted, a big choir adds to-the interest of the occasion, and success is already assured. Invitations are out for the wedding of Lout. Foster and Miss Elizabeth McCarthy, which is to occur at Ames next Tuesday. The bride -is the neice of State Auditor McCarthy and a very charming young lady, • while ,the groom is already established in the esteem and good opinion of Algona after a few months' residence. Many congratula- will go with him as he starts for Ames and many warm welcomes will be extended as he brings his bride to her new home. The normal school will celebrate Arbor day Friday with a program which begins at 9 o'clock as follows: Arbor Day anthem; Short History of Arbor Day, Miss Francis Farley; Celebrated Trees, Claude Stull; select reading, Forest Hymn, Miss Ada Smith; Best Trees to Plant, W. A. Parsons: recitation, The Oak, Miss Grace Gaffney; Planting Trees a Patriotic Duty, Jewell Patterson; How to Plant a Tree, L. J. Wilkinson; Class Tree 1896. Miss Mary Gaffney. The many friends of Miss Coan, the former teacher of drawing in the public schools, will be interested in learning that she is to be married in June to the principal of a normal training school in Brooklyn, and will go to Europe on a wedding tour. She was recently offered a salary of $1,500 a year in the school of art, she has been attending but her "previous engagement" prevented her accepting. She is a fine artist and has many friends in this city to congratulate her. Col. Cooke goes to Cedar Eapids to be at the state rifle range the first two weeks in Juno and give instructions in rifle practice. -Company F will be represented by four shooters to be selected by the captain, who will go the second week. Gen. Wright's idea is to get a uniform system of rifle practice in vogue in all the companies and to this end four men from each company will gather at the state range during these two weeks. As inspector of small arms practice Col. Cooke will have charge of the work. Work has begun on the excavation at Gardner Cowles' preparatory to the additions that will be made which will more than double his present home, The outside measurements of the new walls will be 68J feet by about 58 feet. A full suite of three large rooms will be added to the east and south of the present building, with the same additions above, all after a design by the architect who planned the first building and in keeping with the original style of architecture. Mr. Cowles will haye, when the work is done, one of the largest and handsomest homes in northern Iowa, complete in every detail. Invitations are out for a reception to be tendered to Dr. and Mrs, Hudson on their golden wedding anniversary which comes Thursday, April 80. Dr. Hudson is 78 years old and Mrs. Hudson 70, Both enjoy vigorous health and as a memento of the occasion the doctor has written the address on one and Mrs, Hudson the address on the other oti each ihvltatlofc. ffais Worthy eoaple have bee* residents o! Kossuth many years, they ai-6 passing down the sufiny decline of life hohdf-ed by children who have gotte out into the world and done their part With credit abd erijoylng the esteem and affection Of all who have known them. With hearty good will the old settlers wll gather on this auspicious anniversary to congratulate them on their happy KCbUllOl V*» U14*O fc*wfcj£*»* to congratulate them arrival at It. The marriage of D, E. Covell atu J. IJG UJarriHgO Ui Ut **• WWTOH «uu Miss Alice Potter will be the occasion of congratulations among Dell's base t.^tf k.. * _ fe. JI *_ 4#^ i. AtiM. t*^»i *»l fir%nr ball YrFehds. May the fortune attend them. best of goot People's 1'nrty Convention, For the above meeting the Northwestern line will, on April 21-22, sel excursion tickets from stations in Iowa to Des Moines and return at re duced rates, good for return passage until April 23, 1896, inclusive. For tickets and full information apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern By. To llorso Breeders. G. W. Adams desires to announce that all parties desiring bis services will secure prompt attention by dro| ping a postal card .to him at box 331 Algona.—512 JEstray Notice. Harry Dodge has 10 stray horses at the Hunter barn. Owner please cal and get them. DR. O. S. OLSON, ophthalmic optician, will be at the Tennant house, Algona, on April 30 and May 1, where he will examine your eyes free of charge. If you are .troubled with headaches, eye aches, blured vision, smarting oi the eye lids, hard to see by lamp light, you should call and see if a pair oi glasses properly fitted will not relieve you, as glass is not always given tc make you see better but easier. Call early. FINE new line of lace curtains, por tleres, fish nets, and draperies just received. 'Geo. L. Galbrath & Co. I. S. BlSBEE, the well known piano tuner, will be in the city April 27, prepared to tune pianos. Orders may be left at Bowyer's jewelry store. PEBSONAL MOVEMENTS. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Dailey went to Cedar Rapids yesterday to visit, and will remain until after the encampment. Rev. Southwell found his brother suffering from an at'tack of heart failure when ho arrived in Nebraska, but when he left him he was better. E. L. M.Cleary, formerly clerk at the Tennant house but now behind the the register at the Waverly hotel in Emmetsburg, was shaking hands with old acquaintances here Thursday. Miss Josie Pettibone, who has spent the year in Brooklyn studying china painting, will be home in June and will probably organize a class in Algona A great many are anxious to take les sons. Mrs. O. B. Durdall was called to Al bert Lea last week by the death of her father, • whose funeral was heldMonday Mr. Durdall took the children and join ed her. They will be gone some days from home. Will. F. Smith has sold his interest in the Webster City Journal to his partner. His health has not been the best for some time and he will rough it a while. He visited his parents in Al gona a week ago. Mrs. J, R. Jones arrived Monday from her Florida trip. She and Mrs. Wilson came to Chicago, where they visited Mrs. Woodworth and also Mrs. Kenyon. Mrs. Jones came from there home, but Mrs. Wilson is visiting in Wisconsin. Both are greatly bene- fitted by their.trip. Mr. and Mrs. C. Byson are planning to go to the old country in May for a three month's visit. Her father is still living and she very much desires to see him and Mr. Byson has been planning a trip for some years. He will visit all over Denmark and Danes who have messages to send to friends or relatives can do so through him. G. A. B. Encampment, For the Grand Army of the Republic encampment to be held at Cedar Rapids, April 28 to 30, excursion tickets will be sold by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway at one fare for the round trip. Half Rates to Cedar Unplds. On account of the Iowa state encampment, G, A, R,, the Northwestern line will, on April 27, 28, and 29, sell excursion tickets from stations in Iowa to —- Cedar Rapids and return at half rates envelope —one fare for the round trip—good for a nn tv,o return passage until May. 2, 1896, in- Having sold Chase & Sanborn's Coffees for some time and found them to be of a stt. perior quality and to give general satisfaction, we have now added a full line of their Teas, and would say to anyone looking for a good article—try their Teas and you will not be disappointed. Every pound guaranteed to give satisfaction. Walker Bros. TELEPHONE 42. FINANCIAL. .., £350,000. . JSL.X.&OXTA., ZQ-W.A.. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Oolleo tlons made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WJ1. H. 1NGHAM, President; J. B. JONES, Vice President; LEWIS H. SMITH. Cashier Directors—Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Ohrlschllles, Lewis H. Smith. J W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devlne. ' CAPITAL .............................. $50,000 AMBROSE A. CALL ................ President I WM. K. FERGUSON ............... ...Cashier D. H. HUTCUINS .............. Vice President I 0. D. SMITH ........ ..... ...... ".Aast. CabSier ratest °P artles first-class security. tfflten 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. CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. JS»~Interest paid on time deposits. GKEO. O. CLAJLJL, Six per cent. MeiToi for money left three months or more. Money always on hand to loan on first mortgages, second mortgages, and good collaterals. Notes bought. ALGONA, IOWA. elusive. For tickets and full information apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.-4t2 Farm Loans at C per Cent. And the expenses of making the loan can be paid at option of the borrower. Interest payable annually unless otherwise preferred. The loan can be paid in whole or in part at any interest date. HOXIE & BKUNSON. PROFESSIONAL. ^^^-•^•" s^^ ^^ CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. GOOD span of young horses, )ld, for sale at right price. ~ F. W. Waterhouse.—3 , 5 years Inquire of / .A.. ID. Solicits work In the line ot Painting of All Kinds. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Cowles' new building. {^-Shop at Bradley am etc. Doxsee & Foster, , . Estate, Loans, ana In.s-aran.ee. Office in Geo. 0. Call Building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Offlce in Hoxie-Fereuson bUcls. GEO. R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B, Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ALGONA, IOWA. Offlce °ver Kossuth County State Bank, E. V, SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iow«. K. GARFIEUD, M. D,, PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON. east of Cordjngley, Rrbu'og"^uug otthe F, L, TRI8ON, M. D,, Homeopathic,' PHY8IQJAH AND 8URCSE0N, Algeria, Iowa* R? T.O TIJB..KB ™ !•?;<, f ?f ?wr.^ J* M , * „ vV M fo- f'l-ykt

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