The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1896 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 28, 1896
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Sftl^ft^*; * >n ^'™'Bfwbi ffiBS MOTNUSi AtSOtfA. IOWA, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1888. ' ' ' '^ Iffe SFt, if 1 ' v K*-, - J' &¥.- A DDT DC ijiJTJL JUJL^O v*" SV APPLES. APPLES. 4»^ 4 Uft.1 NO. 9 cfittcioo, KILWAUKGE 4 'si. fcitfc. . . 8:55 . *t. I am headquarters for apples of all kinds. Have plenty on hand and A Carload More On the Way. Cowles Block. James Patterson. CU -.• ! COHENOUR, A T «<'n : « AT LAW. Office over Firm National bank, Algona, la. £. H CLARKE, ATTOHtXY AT LAW. Collection ageiu. Opera House block. DANSON A BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office In Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxle-Fereuson bl jck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J. C. BATMOSD. EBlfEST C. BATHOKD RAYMOND & RAYMOND, A T TO RNE YS AT LAW, - Algona, Iowa. Correct^ Styles -... Millinery are what you find at . ., 6:33pm No. 65 departs at 8:20pm _ „ ^ MUISS EAST. No, 2 departs at 10:37 a Jn rts at.. .4 , 6:33i>m thtt carry passeiurcrs— V^rr!7r... 8:20 torn ,....:...... /; . l:05pS R.jF.Jg»ftRtcg, Agent. CHICAGO * Sotrtfc— North— 7:10 am Mixed 7:10 a m f:0* a in Freight..... 11-.25 a in -.1:12 pin Pass 2:49 pm Mixed ...8:OOpmJi3ied I0:47pa! F. H. VESPER, Agent FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kossnth County State • Bank, Algona, Iowa. -F. L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence in the Boston Block '^ (In the new block.) • H. .C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. Millinery Emporium. All of the latest and prettiest things in the market, and trimming strictly up to date. Stock is large. Prices are right. Doxsee & Foster, ZEBea,! Estate, Loans, Office in Geo. C. Call Building. E. S. OLASIER, D. D. S., SURGEON DENTIST. Office over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. DENTIST. A. L. RI8T, D. D. 8. Local anaesthetic toi deadening pain in gums wh?n extracting teeth. COAL W. WHITHAM © will establish the Hide and • Fur Business in Algona. Will also buy rubber and copper. Am also prepared to cry sales on short notice and at reasonable rates. A.m one of the best c £?S rsiII L the 8 , tate - Satisfaction guaranteed. Will start business Nov. 1, 1896, Call and see me if you want a square deal. Officei on Thorington street, east of the court house, in vae Chrischilles building. W. WHITHAM, GET WATER OR NO PAY. HAS TAKEN A BIG TUMBLE. i Now tea good time to buy, while it is cheap. f »,It may be higher, ''' • ' The undersigned has a complete Steam Cable Well Drilling Outfit, and solicits the making of deep or shallow wells on the terms above stated. - D*R. FRAZER. Imr Tailor S ( - r, ji ; at the Northwestern depot, handles all kinds ft» t " 'of hard and soft coal at prices that areas iv.-, 5 cheap as anybody's. Also dealer in & r .'-M.'.. fc'fr Grain, Feed, i^,«- t or business in the old Fill building, Special attention to dyeing, repairing, and cleaning. O. T. DAWSON, Ii. &. SRIETZ, Drugs and Medicines, purposes only WATER OR. NO PAY, ooptwustor, i have the pnly WftcWne ownel in the or water supply for towns, ^W^'4K^^'^iM ^ ^^Tu ^ ^. a. cr^i/\^l*AM4n^ a j, BROWN, f Hfi LOCAL f 1ELD. The Fourth Ward will vote in the sheriff's office. Geo. Funk and Anna Zweifel are licensed to wed. The plasterers are finishing up at the Chubb house. The mercury got down to 19 degrees one night last week. Geo. C. Call has a second St. Bernard dog. It is a big one. The first Algona chrysanthemum show comes Nov. 19-20. Miss Nettie Benjamin is out again after a long siege with the fever. The Y. M. C. A. has 110 members now. The rooms are liberally patronized. M. E. Sehleicher orders his paper sent to Garner. His home will be there. The grand military Thanksgiving ball is one of the social events of the near future. McFarland's speech Saturday evening will be one of the best ever made in Algona. Look over the sample ballot published this week and figure out how to mark your ticket. H. E. Rist is expected home today. He killed his deer. No word has come yet from J. W. Tennant. The Wilson mills are grinding up fresh home grown buckwheat these days. It makes great cakes. Dr. Koehne will begin his series of lectures in the Congregational church Tuesday evening. All are invited. Dr. McCoy is still far from well. He was at Clear Lake lately consulting with Dr. Charlton about his health. The pastor of the M. E. church will preach an election sermon next Sunday evening. Voters especially invited. ' P. G. Pettibone of Bancroft, brother of C. D. and S. H. of Algona, has bought land in Missouri will move soon. Foster, of Doxsee & Foster, went to Pocahontas Monday to act as commissioner in locating a disputed land line. The democrats are trying to get M. F. Healey of Fort Dodge to close the campaign in Algona Monday evening. School is about full again and the diphtheria scare is over. By the last of the week there will be a full attendance. Presiding Elder Yetter has rented the J. B. Willey house in the north part of town, and will soon move in with his family. Water pipes are being laid to S. P. Christensen's Algona house. He is getting the building cleaned up and ready for opening. The new school building is enclosed. It is not likely it will be ready for occupancy before the January term. The building is a beauty. Rev. Landis after attending the big Baptist, state meeting at Waterloo went to Cedar Falls and preached there Sunday. He came to Algona Monday. The preparations for the home talent production of "By Wits Outwitted" is going on. Nov. 16 is the date set. It will be one of the best things ever given in Algona. Guy. L: Taylor was in the front rank in the first day's shooting at . Des Moines, dividing first money in nearly every event. During the later days he was not so fortunate. Mr, and Mrs, B. F. Crose drove to Humboldt Saturday evening and back Sunday, bringing their little girl, who was left for a visit some time ago. They heard of rumors of diphtheria down below, Herb Bailey of Union was expecting his wife from Chicago yesterday. She is almost wholly recovered from her late trouble, If she decided not to come till later Mr, Bailey will go to Chicago this week, Lewis H. Smith has an old ballot voted in Algona in 1876, just 20 years ago, with Samuel J. Tilden for president, It is a little ipsJgnlfloant look' ing strip of paper compared to the ballot to be used Tuesday, A toe corn is not always a harmless appendage, Over at Wesley Mr. Corey bad one which caused A .gangrene to set in on the toe bone and the toe had to be amputated, Dr, Morse went over and assisted Dr. Kenney, Owing to delay tn. getting books the cantata of Belshftzzar to he giv§n by the Y, M. P, A, will not he put on as soon as expected, It will not* he ready probably hefore January, All Algo- Bft'fl musical talent }s engage^ for it. Neither F, H, Vgsper nor Frank Parish ijear anythJufir pf, tfceJr stolen bicycles/ Nothing isfpo, bard to trace bce $§1 its are an &?gpy 4»y 90- Marj&al Horatj a B a sheriff Larrabee's gift to Mrs. Gallioib Amounts to 1600. He held two notes in the Bancroft State bank for collection and upon learning of Win. Gallioif s death notified his son to give them to Mrs. Gallion. In his letter he said that they had their share of trouble. There is now & first and second Al- gonaPresbyterianchurch. The second is out in Union township and is presided oter by Rev. Gardnet-j who preaches also at McLane school bouse. The meetings are held at the Tbos. Burt school house. ¥he Presbyterians intend to build in Algona in the spring. The new departure made this season by the opera house company in adding some lectures to its course will be watched with interest. Dr. Gunsaulus comes Jan. 14. He is easily the best known and most eloquent platform talker in the west, whose reputation is known to all. His coming will be a rare event to all lecture lovers. The foundation is in for a new home for Mrs. A. M. Horton. It will stand on the lot next to Dr. Sheetz' home, and the corner lot on which the old Father Taylor house stood will be left vacant and will be sold. A. M. Coan is building the house, the main part of which will be 24 feet square. A very attractive design promises a handsome borne. One of the handsomest tombstones ever put in the Algonacemetery stands to commemorate Mr. and Mrs. James Mclntyre and Mrs. Bushnell. It is of Scotch granite imported by C. D. Petti' bone from the old country. It was lettered and polished there and is a beautiful piece of work. The import duty alone was $80. The cemetery is very beautiful these days. Sexton Fohlin keeps it in fine condition. Judge Quarton holds court Friday to close up some business of the last term. All the answers will then be on file in the Russ-Lund land title cases. Among them is one filed by Mrs. Lund denying RUBS' title to a 'half section near Wesley that stood in C. L. Lund's name when he died. The work of taking testimony will now begin and some of the cases will doubtless come on at the December term. Clarke & Cohenour represent Mr. Russ in all the cases. Lawyer Powell was up from Des Moines Monday in the interests of Israel Bros., who got a judgment against them at the last term of court of nearly $800 on an attachment levied wrongfully by them on the goods of Snow of Whittemore. They claim that they never authorized any attachment. Mr. Powell will try and open up the case again if he can. A. C. Parker was Snow's attorney. R. M. Richmond when he laid out the north half of Swea City bought nearly two carloads of maple trees and planted them along every street. They are nearly all alive and are well started towards making a handsome town. He set out 1,500 trees in all. He also bought a carload of sidewalk lumber and put down walks where most needed, R. M. is a boomer for a town and attends to everything. He has now bought the paper and will add editing to his numerous duties. A. D. Clarke received a telegram yesterday announcing the sudden death of A. F. Williams, father of his son-in-law. He was at Arthur, S. D., and succumbed to heart failure. He was 74 years of age, very healthy and vigorous, and his death is very unexpected. The remains will be taken to Erie, Pa., for burial and Mr. and Mrs. Clarke are planning to meet the party at Chicago. Mrs. Edith Williams has been planning to visit in Algona soon, but her coming will now doubtless be delayed for some time. St6Ve*wise j>eo|»le concede the supremacy of "Jewels." These stoves and ^O"*" w generate the most heat ffOttt the small* est amount of fuel-^-they last longest and cost least for repairs-—they are so attract* ively modeled as to be of* naments in the most sumptuously f fut- ilished homes— and withal they cost no more than ordinary stoves* Look for this celebrated trade- marl v.i -v; :-- . ,-7- ' v-^r-^-"- " ^' - ~ ' \ 3 ^-*yjpi : .%A./|w.". EWEL O/M. POXSBB. HARDWARE. ALOOJMA. FINANCIAL. _ _ _ Kossuth County State Bank, ssso,ooo. . , Deposits received, money loaned, foreign ana domestic exchange bought and sold nniiu, tlonsmadeprompUy, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to « from the old countries sold at To-west rates. "wage UCKBIS toot WJ1. H. INGHAJ1, President; J. B. JONES, Vice President; LEWIS H. SMITH Cashier W° Wad°s^rtIf 1 Bamet g De a ^Le JOhn G< ^^ '' *' J ° ne8 ' T ' ChriscWlle8 - L ^« H. Smith, J. First National Bank of Algona. CAPITAL .............................. $50,000 rates to parties furnishing first-class security. Algona State Bank, Officers 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, 950,000. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VA.VLI8. J3?~Interest paid on time deposits. . CL Six per cent Interest on Time Deposits 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. The Chicago Record's postal vote took in 92 in Kossuth county, of which McKinley received 52, Bryan 38, and Levering 2. The changes showed 12 Harrison men going to Bryan and 3 Cleveland men going to McKinley, Bryan's net gain being 9, or about 10 per cent. However, Bryan has less votes than Cleveland had. The figures make a good puzzle. They do not signify much. Bryan will have no such gain in this county as these tables imply, and McKinley .will beat the Harrison vote more than they indicate. MR. A. B. SWEETING, representing Beifeld & Co., the largest cloak house in the United States, will give a special sale at Chrlschilles & Herbst's on Monday, Nov. 2. Garments delivered at the time of selection. The Algona Deposit & Loan Assn. wiu GUARANTEE Call at offices for particulars. 8 Offices over Algona State Bank PER CENT, interest oar •gTh<m IDHIFOSXTS. LEGAL NOTICES. ^-^^X>^'^'>^^^SwX^X^^^ - »^ SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a special execution to me directed by the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, against the goods, chattels, lands, tenements, etc., of W. L. Joslyn, administrator estate ol C. L. Lund, deceased, defendants, in favor ol Geo. P. Graves, plaintiff, I will offer at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, at the door of the court house, in the town ol Algona, county of Kossuth, Iowa, on the 14th day of November, 1896, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. on said day, all of said W. L. Joslyn, administrator estate ot C. L. Lund, deceased's, right, title and interest in and to the following described real estate, situated in Kossuth county, to-wlt: The northwest fractional quarter of Section Six; the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter and the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of Sec. Seven; the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of Sec. Eight, all In Twp. Ninety-six, north of Range Twenty eight west of the 5th P. M., containing 279 and 68-100 acres. Sale to commence at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M. of said day. Witness my hand this 17th day of October, 1888. C. C. SAMSON, 32t2 Sheriff Kossuth County, Iowa. WE have a nice line of crockery at prices to suit you. « M. Z. GROVE & SON, SEE that ladle's underwear we are selling for 25 cents. Geo. L. Galbraith &Co. • WE have a*few nice medium priced lamps we would like to show you, M. Z, PROVE & SON. The State Uniyersity SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a the goods, chattels, lands, tenements, etc., of Orator S. Holcomb and Ella M. Holcomb, his wife, Wm. P. Sells and Mrs. Win. P, Sells his wife, defendants, in favor of Dexter Kinyon, plaintiff, I will offer at pubUc sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the door of the court house in the town of Algona, county of Kossuth, Iowa, on the 7th day of November, 1896, between the hours of 9 a. m, and 4 p. m., on said day, all of said Orator S. Holcomb and Ella M. Holcomb et al. right title, and interest in and to the following described real estate, situated in Kossuth county, to-wit: The west half of the north wes quarter and the west half of the southwes - north of Range 2 THE STATE OF IOWA, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. BY THE GOVERNOR I A PROCLAMATION For a General Election, to be held Tuesday, November 3, 1896. Pursuant to law, I. Francis M. Drake, governor of the state of Iowa, (-.o hereby proclaim that at the general election to be held on the Tuesday next after tue First Monday in November, it being the third day of that month, in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-six, the offices hereinafter named are to be nlled, toVTit: By vote of all the electors of the state: The office or elector of president and vice- president or the United States, to be filled by the choice of thirteen electors, each ballot for such ocfice to " contain the name of at least one inhabitant of each disk-let into which the state" is divided, and to designate " against the name of each person" voted for " thenum- ber of the congressional district to which he belongs:" The office of secretary of state ; The office of auditor of state : The office of treasurer of state; The office of attorney-general; The office of judge of the supreme court, to succeed James H.Rothrock; The office of railroad commissioner. By vote of the electors of the several congressional districts: ach of ?a C ia 0 dist e Sct ntatlVe * C ° ngreBS from dlstrict ' to succeed In tie Fourteenth judicial district, to succeed Lot Thomas, ' * 3u<Uoial dlstr * ot ' to succeed Sale to commence at the hour of Z o'clock D m., of said day. .Witness my hand this 10th day of October 1896, o. o. SAMSON 31t2 Sheriff Kossuth County, lowa. THi SIVIRAL DIPARTMINTS Will begin the year 1896-97 ,mm , .On September J6. For particmar information as to the respective d6partme.nte address as follows: ^ v ofe^*^ * A< Scbaefle? ' '-EinUn Mcciain, chancellor, SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice i8 hereby given that by virtue of a special execution to me directed by the eleri of the district court of Kossuth county Iowa against the goods,.chattels, lands, tenements etc., of John J. Maglaughlin, Ada Maelaueh lin, Geo,p, MoArtSuvand j? w. More,35 fendants, in favor of Anna S. Faton, plaintiff I will offer at public sale, to the higfiest and best bidder, for cash, at fee door of $becow nouse m the town of Algona; county of Kos sutft, Iowa, on the 7th day of November, 1896 between the hpurs of 8 o'clock a. m! and " o'clock p. m, on said day, all of sair J^n J Maglaughlin. Ada Maglaughlin, Geo. D" Me Arthur, ana J. W. More's right, title and inter ^^^^K^^^^^r^, southeast quarter of Sep. 12, -pwp, 100, Range 37, west of 5th P.M.. containing 160 acres o Jagd.according toy. S. survey, move Tor lew. Sale to commence at the bpu/ of 3 o'clock P. m^of said day. w K "'tti day of October, O O S A \fKCYW Sherjtfl KosButh County. Iowa. for And I do further proclaim and give notice that on the dayof said general election cer- «n t V,°t ftc J > s, having become vacant, are to be ffi^hJX *£S e< . lecto ' :s throughout the state and in the districts named, to-mt; The office of railroad commissioner in the place of John .W.Luke, deceased, said office Dawioi? ten *P°' :ari ly flHed by Edward A. tJ£ h < °& ce °, f Jud ? e S f the ^flfr J^icial dis trict in the place of John H, Penderson, resigned, the office being now temporarily filled by Joju A. Stovey ; « T , h l4°l5Pt 0 ^ u ^ geo * tne Seventeenth judicial district under the provisions of chapter one hundred an4 twenty-two of the Rets of the Twenty -sixth general assembly, said' o m c e be- J il y mied 5y Obe4 Oaswell; Hif d se of the Elghteenty udlcial district in the place of WiUJwn P, , Whereof ail electors throughout the state will take due notice, and the sheriffs of the aev- •z »tr» r-« * «t» T » MW* ounto set my jvr.rr..7r r ' -r?^« W P B a <B*ed the great seal of Bie stttte^lQwa, /^ ?s this twenty-eighth dw u» Dvjiwwper, m we year of our fcord one thousand eight bw\djred and ninety-si?:, of the independence of the united states the one avmared and twenty-first and of the state of PF?*?***** f » V ••VW.M^4 t ^qM9^e 1 » r ^ 1 t To the eleptorsoJjKossuth county, Iow«: A* ^il r 6 W3&? ! ?S ttQ ? t? JS?' ww® Vwj*»- r :3,1898, the followtugr offices are to 4 byyotepf a« the elector *^ ^ -I »wvv, VUD 1VUUWJUK «—.->.* «•- T' " tyvote of au toe elee!ors1>fsj k }<j county.- Ai? ^ office 91 county recorder: The office of county auditor i S» ogee of clerk of courts; The onto pf counto attorney; SnkSSSPotf S»?S rv|w l f <*K<?>«

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