The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1896 · Page 8
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..*' ,• • IOWA, WEDNESDAY. MAY 18, t —. -. £- .. . .. i.-'Te* .. .. < - ™'" 1 *'"^* 1 ^^^"™* 1 ^^^^^^ ilJay Bf : ,' j.. >i^..*-M ,-...x"_ •UfcLi.lC,- .v..'. UK,;"I have just received a crate of dishes— ||x »«HavilaftcT pattern, You are cordially *f invited to t * « Cfl// 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. i cowks Block. James Patterson. RAIL WA F TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL LOCAL MAINS WEST. ^No.l departs at... ..... .............. 8:55 am Jio. 9 departs at ..... ... ....... . ...... 4!24pm Freights that cany passengers- No. 93 departsat.... ....... ........ 12:05 am tNo. 71 departs at ........... .. . ..... 8:33pm No. 05 departs at ..................... 8 :20 p m TRAINS BAST. il^o. S departs nt.... ........ ......... .10:37 am No. 4 departs at ......... ............. 0 :33 p m •• Freights that carry passengers— No. 7eTdeparts at .................... 8:20pm No. 94 departs at ............ ... ...... 3:05 pin B. F. HKDIUCK, Agent. CHICAGO & NOBTHWESTERN. South- Freight. ...... 7:10 a m Pass.. — .....8:04am :Mlxed . Mixed ........ 8:00 pm North— Mixed 7:10 a m Freight ..... 11:25 a m 2pmPass ........ 2:40pm Mixed 10:4 7pm : ••. H. VESPER, Agent. &&->: «v"ifc, ft', IF you are in search of.... Fine Millinery —the best to be 'had in- the market, don't let it escape ' your attentiou that the large stock just received by Matson & McCall 5,'V V 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 in- 'tending buyers. 'We invite inspection. MATSON & MCCALL. THE LOCAL FIELD. : Exchange Store. South of Court House. $--'' We have our scales arranged ||>A; so as to weigh your loads !$;r. .quickly and accurately now. $$>v wve on and we will be right s |\!* there ready to weigh,' i% BARGAIN for you—28 cents ^"^••"ia pound of good Tea, It •----' <pj],e and.no mistake. Anderson & Wins, F»;n' •*• *#. % IM V [Successor to.Q,&, tin, Feed, Mrs. J. J. Wilson is expected in Algona this week. The tile factory seems to be fading in the dim distance. The opera next week will be the best ever given in Algona. The tramps have Algona on the list. Only one showed up last week. The AlgonaJlIstrict Epworth League convention is to be held at Do ws, June 11* i^* J. L. La Plant's fine Hobart home is plastered and will soon be ready for occupancy. The Col. Clarke-Ellsworth attorney fee case is the first one for trial at this term of court. People who don't pay their water rent will Wake up Saturday with their supply cut off. Work has begun on Aug. Zanke's new house. The home Mart. Weaver is to occupy is enclosed. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Watson and daughter Lura with her little children are expected next week. Heavy showers lately have s.en t everything booming along. This has been aii ideal spring thus far. The wind blew pretty hard Sunday morning. At J. O. Paxson's in Riverdale it took the chimney offl his house. F.'D. Calkins thinks he will build this summer on the lots he has bought of C. L. Lund north of Chas. E, Palmer's home. Corn is being'listed in on Ambrose A. Call's farm again-this season. He considers it cheaper and better than planting the old way. A bank in Ortonville, Minn., failed last week with some $600 of Nicoulln & Bradley's money in it. Frank went up Monday to investigate. Court openS'a week from Monday instead of Monday as set. The calendar is out, however. No cases of sensational character are docketed. The city paid Miss Anderson, who hurt her foot in a side walk hole a few weeks ngo, $27 rather than stand suit. It seemed to be the cheapest way out.< Bonar & Fellows and Cbas. A. Cohenour put in Monday and yesterday at Sexton in a suit in which G. S. MoPher- son of Wesley sued a Sextonite for a $100 account. Dr. Tribon was at Whittemore Monday and took over a gallon of water from a little three-year-old child of Geo, Elev's, caused by enlargement of the liver, The child stands a poor chance of recovery. Mat, Holtzbauer has the best lawn in town about the court house. He sent off for a patent fertilizer and used it and it is evidently that kind that brings hair on a bald head. The grass is thick and luxuriant, Chas, Walker picked an acquaintance with an unwelcome visitor one day last week, It was a tarantula in a bunch of bananas, Such little reminders of the sunny south seem to make all content with this country. There is $75 left of last year's Fourth tfi& WI&l ol the ease, ftad every iflteh bitei? e&utest&d. Atgoflft tmfcd wilt begfft Us apefl u, to, lie idle, It should be In circulation. Let someone call a Fourth of Ju]y meeting and let us give the fire crackers a ohanpe again tnis year, Tbe evangelistic meetings win prpb' ably continue during the week, although Mr, CorcJner expected to leave Algona today, Monday the names of 2§o con? verts haij been enrolled, which testifies to a very sucqf esf ul revival. Col,'Tom Harrison sued Palo Alto county last week and got Geo, B, Clarke to assist him, Be wanted damage? for a teNw/e to too over 40 acres the, eo«n' tyJw.deeded, d^magee f 0 p use of & sand PIP, et°. He got judgment fpp [jOyUt Tbe, democrats are holding their ppwty coflyenWos today, Apparently they mall fo^;16 to J and Qpy, Boies, tt'to;rumored that -*r, J, Ryan win b § ft r delegate to'tbe eational - - v . „„ by sotisa, a aiaaarka by Ct a setecMoh frotfl Vefdi'a UjpSfa E>,, au ,» & w&ila by Angelt, and A march by Zelglei-i The band is ffifcdd tip o! fflu* sicians and last season its concerts were enjoyed by everybody, One of the best attended dfthcf ng parties of the eeas6h was given by the elub Saturday evening at Clarke's hall. The The Mafshalltown oFchesh'a was ex* beeted but could Hot come, ahd a harpist from Sioux City was seed red instead. The hall was filled and evet-ybody enjoyed a pleasant social reunion. Miss Florence Rollock, a cousin of Henry and A. Hi Durant, and a well known liberal preacher who has spoken often in Algona, is to be married to Rev. Joseph Crooker of Selena, Mont., soon. She has been very successful in the ministry and has been preaching in Boston lately. She is about 45 years of age and has been in the ministry for 20 years. Miss Mary Smith, daughter of an old settler over in the Gllbride-McEnroe neighborhood, died suddenly Sunday night of a very peculiar disease known as exopthalmia goitre. It is a swelling behind the eyes gradually pushing them out of the sockets. Nothing can be done to stop it. The funeral was held Monday and the remains taken to St. Joe for burial, Father Nicholls attending. The Humboldt Republican says of Mrs. Lieut. Foster: George has won a jewel as a wife. She left a pleasant impression on the company by her quiet dignity and gracious manner. She is fully able to fill her place in the drawing room or the practical part of life as circumstances may place her. The young people will go to housekeeping in Algona, where they will be followed by the best wishes of many friends. Robt. Kain was riding a horse last Wednesday driving some cattle. The horse slipped and fell, breaking Mr. Kain's leg just above the ankle, both bones being fractured. He was nervy and had himself driven in a buffgy to Algona, where he is being cared "for at home, Dr. Kennefick attending. He will be disabled for some time, proba,bly all summer. He has rented his fine farm to the Peterson boys, in consequence. The Ruthven bank case. Geo. E. Clarke tried at Emmetsburg last week is a curious one. The cashier, Gid- dingn, borrowed money illegally. The other officers under throat of prosecu- tiou made him give notes and mortgage to secure the bank. He now defends agaihat a foreclosure charging that he gave the mortgage under duress. The bank was beaten at Emmetsburg and the case goes to thesupremecourt. A. C. Parker was up from Des Moines for Giddings. The ordination of Rev, Innes as pastor of the Presbyterian church drew a full house Monday evening. Dr. Green of Fort Dodge conducted the services, Rev. Greenahields of Burt and others assisting. At the close all repaired to the home of A. D. McGregor, where a reception was held until a late hour. Elegant refreshments were served and a most enjoyable reunion was held. Rev. Innes is a scholarly young man who has already favorably impressed Algona, and he will not be long in building up a flourishing society. Rev. Southwell is using free ice this month at Peter WinkePs expense. Monday Peter was getting a big cake ready to put in Ed. Gilmore's refrigerator when Rev. Southwell asked him about the cost of ice. He responded by saying that if Rev. Southwell would put that cake in the refrigerator without breaking the glass he would give him ice for nothing. Rev. South well pulled his coat and hoisted the ice in. It was a heavy chunk but Rev. Southwell believes that well developed muscles are a part of the good Christian's equipment, and he keeps his in working order. We regret to be called upon to chronicle a late mishap to Prof. Wm, Colby of Wesley. But fate is against us as it was also against him. It seems that last week lie smiled upon Fred Amesbury and a companion and upon inquiry remarked that he was smiling to see what fools they were, Amesbury was offended and replied that he was not an educated fool, which the professor considered a personal remark. Other words followed, also a whack from the professor's cane, also a whack from Amesbury's fist on the professor's eye. Altogether the professor is sorry that he smiled. Hereafter he will contemplate the folly of the world with a straight face, at least until the swelling goes down so he can smile. Seed Flax. Cleaned from foul seed, $1,10 per bu. For sale at the J, J. Wilepn elevator. A, W. Barger is visiting his daugh tef, Mrs. Henry Biat. Miss Lena Gusland of fitnaietsburg Spent Subday with friends in Algona Mf, &fid Mrs. Hownrd Letts of Web- steP City visited at Alex White's over Sunday. Mrs, A. L. Peterson is visiting her home ia Livermore. She will return Sunday. Mrs. Alex. White is home from Des Moines, her health much improved She returned Friday. Geo. Piatt is delegate to the state meeting of tbe A. O. U, W. flow in session at Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Ball are visiting at M. Stephens'. Old Algona friends will be glad to meet them. C. V. Dunn's oldest son is home from the Black Hills for a 1 month's visit He has been gone 12 years. E. Gi Bowyer went to Des Molne yesterday for the state jewelers' meet ing. He has been president the pas year. F. A. Mathews came over from Spen cer for a Sunday with his brother. Hi likes his new home and reports i flourishing trade. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Blossom Spencer last week and. report them very pleasantly situated. C. Byson vvent yesterday to Ceda Rapids to attend the state A. O. U. W meeting. His wifo joins him tomorrow and they then start'for Denmark". Mrs. Rev. Landis and mother, Mrs Rooke, start for Pennsylvania thi week to be gone some time, Mrs Rooke's brother is not expected to live and she could not return alone. Mrs. Thos. F. Cooke and mother Mrs. Ford, went to Chicago Monday Mrs. Cooko will visit there and in Wis consin for a few weeks. Mrs. Fore goes on to Maine for a summer's visit John G. Smith went to Blairsburg yesterdny to attend to matters con nected with the Albert Patterson store For the purpose of settling the A. W Patterson estate he is trying to close the store out. Mrs. Rev. Southwell came home Fri day apparently much improved in health. But Monday she was taken suddenly again and was confined to her bed. Her many friends will hope tha she will not be sick long. Howard Wallace is at homo from hi: collage work in Minneapolis threatened with serious lung trouble. A bad cold caught before the holidays has mad quite an invalid of him, but our brae ing Kossuth air is toning up his healtl again. Guy Tuttle's many friends will be in terested in knowing of his recent pro motion. He goes from Pasadena, Cal. to El Paso, Texas, and will be here after with the Southern Pacific rail way. He has been ticket agent and i fast working up in the service. President Green of the Connecticu Mutual Insurance company, Philip M Crapo of Burlington, and Mr. Collin of Kansas City were all in town Mon day on a tour of inspection. J. J. Ryan the local representative, was in For Dodge, and Frank Chandler showed the gentlemen the sights. Rev. A. O. Stevens and Miss Laur: B. Waters were married at Columbia Mo., last Wednesday. They went a once to Rochester, Minn., w'here he ii doing a very successful work in the Baptist pulpit. They both have many friends in Algona who will join in con gratulating them, and who will wish them a long, useful and happy life. FOR time loans on real estate applj at Kossuth County State Bank. ON May 19 the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway will run a specia sleeper from Sheldon to Dubuque in train No. 4 to accommodate delegates to the democratic state convention. This car will be set out at Dubuque anc occupants will not be disturbed unti" 8:30 a. m. f ladies' muslin and knit underwear, shirt waists, etc., at SetoU* ell & SetpheU's. SEE those $2,50 shoes for men, at Brownell $ Aliped's, Tan or black, They are good ones, " Royal Blue" coffee, put up in 2-ppund cans, 8$ MISSES' bicycle gjovee, just what you ed, at Setobell & SetobeU's. need WRAPPERS— Gpofl, strongly made, erty out wrappers, cheaper thao can make titem at bom !<?0, Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair, •D> IN- PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Twtar Powder, Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARP, SET WATER OR NO PAY, The undersigned has a complete Steam Cable Well Drilling Out, , R, WATER. Qj? NO P4Y, have 5 is then , ..WJ & &#•>•v? "%<«.?'' ( " '•>*'' " Famous Teas. Having sold Chase & Sanborn's Coffees for some time and found them to be of a su* 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. TEL/BPHONB 47. FINANCIAL. $so,ooo. JDeposlts received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Colleo ttons made promptly, ana a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. 1NGHAM, President; J. B. JONES, Vice President; LEWIS II. SMITH. Cashier Directors—Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrlschllles, Lewis H. Smith, J W. Wadsworth, Baruet Devlne. OAP1TAL. :..850,000 AMBROSE A. CAlili ....President I WM. K. FERGUSON Cashier D. H. HUTCU1NS Vice President I C. D. SMITH Asst. Cashier Directors—D. H. Hutohlns, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, F. H. Vesper, Ambrose A. Call, B. H. Spencer, "VVm. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security Special attention given to collections. officers and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, C. 0. 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. ^"Interest paid on time deposits. GKEO. C. Six w cent Merest on Tie for money left three months or more. Money always on hand to loan on first mortgages, s mortgages, and good collaterals. Notes bought. second ALGONA, IOWA. STEAM AND PROFESSIONAL. "^^^^-^"^^-^^S-^rf-^^^X^^-k^^^Srf^ta^S^-S. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Collection agent. Opera House block. GASOLINE Portable and Marine ENGINES. and prices of every kind of small engines up to 20-horse power, at bottom prices, or ifat /o. 89 for yacht engines, boilers and boat machinery. Either sent free. • CHAS. P. WILLARD & CO., 197 Canal Street, CHICAGO, DANSON & BUTLER, LAW, LOANS. LAND, Collections a specialty. Office In Gardner Cowles 1 new building. SULLIVAN & MeMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hox)e-Ferguson bUck, GEO, R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ALGONA, IOWA, Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Doxsee & Foster, Office In Geo. 0, Call Building, * ~^**^*^~*~*~*~+f****~+f**~^S^, NOTICE TO CQNTRAQTOBS, E, V. SWETTJNG, ATTONEY AT LAW, , Iowa, L- K. GARFIELD, M, D., PHYSICIAN AND t bullfrtBg. F. L. TFU8QN, M. D., Homeopathic, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office ana residence Jn the Posto« Bloob, (In the new block.) H. Q. McCOY, M, p,, WV 8UR,0$QN, Residence, McGregor street, Office with Pr- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona. )owa, QL.AS.IE.R, 4, *,«W5T. », DR. PRESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and TW

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