The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 18, 1896 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 18, 1896
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APPLES. •**• APPLES. I am headquarters for apples of all kinds. Have plenty on hand and A Carload More On the Way. Cowles Block. James Patterson. We. have a good thing Wool Hose JAS. TAYLOR. PROFESSIONAL. •^^^rf-^^Xrf'X 1 X^*^X«s^>^^*^rtfc*-v-«fcX*^ CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNE-YS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block. DANSON & BUTLER, ' LA W. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. , Office in Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxte-Ferpruson bl jck. E, V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J. 0, RAYMOND. ERNEST 0. RAYMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, F, L. TBIBON, M, p., Homeopathic. AND SURGEON, Office and residence in the Boston Block, ' (Inthenewblpck.) Don't Forget the Place FARMERS' EXCHANGE. South of Court House. H, p, MCCOY, M. 4NJ) Office at residence, McGregor street, PHYSICIAN AHP 8URCEQN, Aljjona, Iowa. Just received, a shipment of Crockery and Glassware; We have one of the neatest patterns made in fancy China, and will sell one piece, or 100 pieces, to suit the purchaser. You Should see our line before you buy; we will §av§ you money. J, C, Anderson & Co, P. W, Hide and Fur -Business ? ' < 1- i j. ! > (MAM CfflCAGO, ifttWAtJKBfe * tf , PAWr. *.'.*! IflOAfc ffcArife W*&*. . , fco. i &f>arta ftt ...................... 8!5fiAM No. 9 dewtftSat ...................... 4:01pm - , departs at.. ........... ....... 12:05 am departs at ................... 6:33 pm 0.9: , No. 71 dep: ,._ No.85 aepartsatr.".I!."..".",".^.'."..iiii 8:26pm . *RAi»s BASt. No. 2 departs at 10:37 &m No. 4 departs at 6:33 tin .Freights that catty passengers- No. 76 departs at 8:20pin No.94 departs ftt 2:OSpm R. F. RBDRICK, Agent. CHICAGO A NOHTHWlSfERN. , North- Mixed 7:10 a in Mixed,..". ....1:12 pm Pass...,'.".'.' 2:49pm Mixed.... ....8:00pm , South- Freight 7!lOa m Pass.. 8:04 am Mixed 10:47pm •*. H. VBSPBB, Agent. THE LOCAL MELD. Damon and Pythias tonight. The W. C. T. U. toeets Nov. 25. Wotnan's Belief corps meets Thurs^ day evening, Nov. 1§. The snow all went Monday. The corn buskers are happy. Ernest Bacon of Burt was a federal grand juror at Port Dodge. The first teachers' round table will be held at Luverne Saturday. Rev. Millet 1 goes to Emmetsburg today to attend an Episcopal .convention. The- grangers had a pleasant reunion Saturday. The attendance was not large. Chubb Bros, will build a 24 foot square barn yet. this fall near their new home. Four homes in Hanna are quarantined for diphtheria. The Grose family is one afflicted. G. G. Manley waived examination on the charge of larceny and will await the grand jury. Turkey supper at the Baptist church next Tuesday evening from 6 to 8 o'clock, 25 cents. Charley Sarchett has sold out at Bancroft. The Register says he may go to California for the winter. The ground is cleared for the new J. D. Shadle house and the stone for the foundation is on the ground. The grand military ball comes next week Wednesday evening, the Algona Harp orchestra furnishing the music. It will pay people'to come a distance for the Temple quartette. No musical company of like talent has ever visited Algona. « Miss Maggie Hunt will give the same piece at the chrysanthemum show that she gave at LuVerne, when she won the silver medal. Give thanks next week by giving something substantial to the relief of' the unfortunate. Bring your contributions to the church. Whittemore had an election jollification last night. The bills invited everybody to come over and see J. M. Farley pay his election bet. John G, Smith is appointed guardian for Wm. Carter. Mr. Smith is just out after a two weeks' illness. He has had an abcess in the.side of his face. . Foster, of Foster opera house in Des Moines, writes that the Damon and Pythias company, gave great satisfaction at the capital city. They play in Algona tonight. ' The rumor.that Geo.' Buskirk was dead proves to be unfounded. He writes that he is fatter than he ever was and in the best of health. He lives in Missouri now. The Union township literary society will meet at the Herman school house Thursday evening, Dec. 3, to organize. Rev. Landis will give an address " A Safe Investment." J. W. Wadsworth, while in Fort Dodge as a witness, visited the shoe factory there. He says it is a prosperous institution and a valuable addition to the city's business. The chrysanthemum show opens tomorrow evening. It will be worth a trip of many miles to see five plants we know of. The proceeds of the show go towards a public fountain in Algona. The first rehearsal of the cantata Belshazzar was held Monday evening. It will be ready early in January, The best musical talent of Algona is engaged and all our singers will take part. J. W. Hinchon was on the federal jury at Fort Dodge, He says his jury conyicted six men for selling liquor in ten minutes. Talk about justice not being expeditiousjy administered in this country, Episcopal services next Sunday at 11 a, m. and 7:30 p. m, Rev. Miller will preach on " The Shams in the Light of the Reality," Gorman service at 8 p, m, Regular German service in future every alternate Sunday, The Temple quartette comes a week from next Tuesday, It is eaid to be the best male quartette in the United States, Tickets for this and the lect* virejiby Guusaulus and Headley are sold fop $1 for the three, The Andrews Opera company got a, fair audience fop tbe Mikado, Ed," was amusing as ever, but lack of chorus and Jack of orchestra left something to be desired in the fiftb presentation of this standard opera in Algona, Bev, Elghmy, AJgona'e oW time Melodist pastor, writes the Corwlth Hustler that he b«s been el§<?ted to the Nebraska legislature as a republican, He says ''Pops" out there areas as fleas, but be oawe <mt with » fflajQrt,ty ip bis dietrieJ. • QonMenceisrestoi-ea, Here i marriage UWMM Q| a week; J. WbftleB and Sarah f A, iaker, Augy Sehwiflt, aM HulOa Uo,§f?W, Jobs AMfta Rte W §y t Q, Wajrfl,•' figures tint tfi&t tie tbtAl fl&ifi flfl.tft 43, aad th&t Rosstilfe «Htl b8 eblitted to 15 delegates In tire filfttfe cWfitefflioll: ' Thftnksgivifof sef-viees at the. CW gregAtiotial cbKi-ch tiext ftettk Tfotifrs- daymortiing, ttev. Landis pfeactiifig thesef-mofi. Evefybody is iavited t5 briftg offerihgs of clothifogj foodj fttid fuel to the chtffdh to be used by the relief committee in making the day remenibef ed by the heedy poor. One of the county's taost reputable farmers was in Algona terribly drunk Saturday night. Marshal Hoi-an took him before 'Squire Clarke, who fined him $10 and costs, but this being the first offense remitted it during good behavior. This circumstance also eh- titles him to freedom from hewspaper notoriety. The saloon petitions got scant encouragement in Whittemore. West Bend and Emmetsburg, both hear by, have had saloons all the time, and Whittemore has made more growth and gaided more business la the last five years than any town ih this section. Whittemore evidently don't believe that saloons are needed to draw trade. Wm. Carter, one of the very first of Irvington's pioneers, was taken to the asylum at Independence Friday by Deputy Boyle and Constable Hackman. Mr. Carter has been growing 6dd of jate and Very recently has been carrying a large butcher knife and talking about the possible death of his tenant and others, He -was considered dangerous by the commissioners and was adjudged insane. Rev. A. L. Hundson and Mrs. Margaret E. Benson were married at Salt Lake City. Nov. 2. But little information is obtainable beyond the announcement of the wedding cards. Mrs. Benson is one of the active workers in ihe church and has one daughter, about 14 years of age. Rev. Hudson has nade a great success as a pastor. All old Algona friends will join in congratulating him on his marriage. A red hot law suit was tried in Jus- ice Taylor's court Monday. It seems ;hat in the settlement of the hardware business of Stephenson & Stacy, an astern firm had some unpaid claims. They attached Jim Stacy's oil wagon and the contest was over that Vehicle. M. Curtiss and S. E. McMahon tried the issues. The end is not yet,' as the case was continued. Pending settlement Jim was allowed to use the wagon as usual. John Thomas, brother of Mrs. E. Tellier, is janitor of the school building it Humboldt and hoisted the flag in lonor of McKinley's election. Some ocal democrats started to take it down, jut John got an assistant and declared t would not come downi Jonn came out ahead and his victory was the more pronounced when it appeared that four fears ago the same flag was hoisted in lonor of Cleveland's success and no question was raised. J. S. Platt accompanied the remains of Mrs. Rhoda Knight, Mrs. Platt's foster mother, to Topeka, Kansas, where they were, buried by those of her husband, who died six years ago. Mrs. Knight would have been 69 years old in a few days. She was born in England. She suffered from consumption, but was seriously ill only about six weeks before her death. She had no children, Mrs. Platt being an adopted daughter. Mrs. Knight did not have a wide acquaintance in Algona, but was esteemed highly by all who had met her. J. B. Jones came from Des Moines Saturday. In speaking about the suits against him noted in the Des Moines papers, he says there is nothing but a little spite work behind them. The man he traded the Des Moines property to has lived in the city the past year and a half and has already disposed of all Mr. Jones sold him. Mr. Jones was called as a witness in a case affecting the loan company he and Mr. Wishard, a Des Moines lawyer, were in and he was obliged to make statements that did not please Mr, Wishard. Mr. Wishard is behind these suits, which are begun to give Mr. Jones a little newspaper notoriety, Following is the jury drawn yesterday for the December term of court which sets in about four weeks: P, Henrichsen, Geo, Dickman, J, O. Burton, Buffalo Forks; Henry Michael, Wm. Taylor, C. K. Leipet, H. Neilson, I. Frye, A. A, Von Tossel, Algona; Herman Andregg, John E, Ludwig, West Bend; Aug. Studer, Sexton; A, E, Kennig, Whittemore, W. F. Pearce, Seben Julius, Wm, Pesha, Germania; Cbas; Fritz, C. E. Jones, E. E. Thomas, F, H. Muzzy, Mat, Christiansen, Wesley; Chas. Molinder, Eagle Lake; C. A, Ordway, Ledyard; Christ Grove; Buffalo Center; Chas, Cowles, J. O. Hatch, Swea City; John Klein, Wm. Klein, Seneca; 0. T. Brigham, Ban- qroft; Emll Liesner, Lotts Creek. AT Bowyer's — Rogers' knives and forks, $2.75 a dozen—six knives and six forks. Boston block, THE newest thing in heating stoves is the German beater, for hard or soft coal or wood. Burns sells it. ladies' underwear we are selling for 25 cent?, Geo, L. Galbraitb LOST; A bvinob of keys, between Dpxsee's hardware and Ambrose A- Call's residence, Finder please leave at Mr, Gall'e office, Awarded Highest Honors-World'* Fair, Jewel Stoves and Ranges made iti the fight way to give lasting, efficient service, Substantial, eotive* flient, cleanly, and o( the handsomest designs, they meet every stove requirement Look fof the trademark shown below, Jewel Stoves are sold by O. M. POXSBB. HARDWARE. AL©ONA. FINANCIAL. Kossuth County State Bank, $60,000. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchan tions made promptly, and a general banking business transact .doountrfe—"-"*—--"—•- I bought and sold, d. Passage tlckets~to"or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. INGHAS1, President; J. B. JONES, Vice President; LEWIS H. SMITH Cashier Directors-Win. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J.B.Jones, T. Ohrischilles, Lewis H. Smith J Yf • WfldBWOrtil, B&mot DBVinG* ' . iUi First National Bank of Algona. CAPITAL .......... .. ....... . .......... 850,000 AMBROSE A. OAlili .......... . ..... President I WM. K. FERGUSON ........ D. H. HUTCHINS ............ ..Vice President I C. D. SMITH." .." ..i.. ....."'.Asst. . Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class seornHhr Special attention given to collections. •• ""r 1 ""* 1 Algona State Bank. Officers and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, 0. C. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. Li. Galbraith, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, . Thos. F. Cooke. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. . ' General Banking. , PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT 7AVL18. JSTInterest paid on time deposits. GKEO. O. Six per cent Interest on Time Deposits for money left three montJis or more. Money always on hand to loan on first mortg mortgages, and good collaterals. Notes I iges, second lought. ALGONA, IOWA. The Algona Deposit & Loan Assn. GUARANTEE Call at offices for particulars. 8 Offices over Algona State Bank PER CENT, interest COT THE WEEK'S AOOIDENTS. , A. D. Smith of Emmetsburg was fixing flues in an engine when a piece of steel flew off the chisel, striking him in the corner of the left eye, cutting the lid and badly scratching the eye ball. He will save his eye. An Adair county man was sitting in a local drug store recently when he caught a faint whiff of smoke that smelled as though it came from burn ing woolen. He got up and looked around, but could find nt> blaze. As soon as he was seated again the odor was again perceptible. He repeated this operation several times, and a last discovered that he,had been sitting on a spot where the sun was brought to a focus by the water bottles in the pharmacist's window. The rays focused in different places on his back as he changed positions and burnec little holes each time. Correct Styles -... Millinery are what you find at Millinery Emporium. All of the latest and prettiest things in the market, and trimming strictly up to date, Stock is Prices are large, right, NOTICES, SHERIFFS S4LR .that P; virtue of a. the clerk. .ntiff, J wjll offep and beet bidder ouse LEGAL NOTICES. r*^~^*s*^~^r~**r^ l r^- ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN and for Kossuth County—December Term. A. D. 1890—Charles Fehlenberg. plaintiff, vs. Frederick Ericksen et al.. defendants. To Frederick Ericksen and Ellen Hutohlns, defendants: You are hereby notifled that.the petition of the plaintiff in the above entitled cause is now on file in the office of the clerk ol the district court of Iowa in and for Kossuth county, claiming of defendants the sum of Fourteen Hundred Dollars with interest at the rate of eight per cent, per annum from the 19th day of September, 1895, and 'costs, 'including reasonable attorney's fee and abstract fee of $5.00, as money justly due on the prom- isfory note of 81,400, dated September 19, 1891, given by Frederick Ericksen to Julius - -• that the southeast quarter of Sec. Three, Ninety-eight, Range Thirty, Kossuth county, Iowa, be foreclosed as by law provided, and that plaintiff's mortgage lien be established and enforced, and that the right, title and interest of the defendants and each of them in and to said real estate be decreed to be junior and inferior to plaintiff's mortgage lieu, and that their equity of redemption be barred and foreclosed; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the December term, of said court, which will commence at Algona, Iowa, on the 14th day of December, A. D, 1896, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon as provided by law. Dated this ilth day of November, A.D. 1898, CLARKE & COHENOUR, 34t4 Attorneys for Plaintiff, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOE PERMIT,, IN THE DISTRICT, COURT OF IOWA'IN and for Kossuth County—December Term, 1896—In the Matter of the Application of A. H, Durant, a Registered Pharmacist,- of the firm of Durant Bros., for a permit to buy, keep, and sell intoxicating liquors. To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that the application bf the underaignea, A. H, Durant, a registered pharmacist, NO.' 958, doing business under the firm name or Durant Bros., of Algona, in the county of Kos. suth, state of Iowa, praying /or a permit to buy, keep, and sell intoxicating liquors in the building occupied by said firm as a drug Store, situatefl on the middle of the west 08 feet of Lot No. 4 in Blpok No. 2Q in the City of AlgO- na, Iowa, according to the recorded platwre- of, will be on flle in the office of the clerk of the district court of said county on or before the 1st day of December, 1886, and that urn cause will come on fop hearing in said court ft* the December term,thereof, to be bef un1811 K| held at AJgonft, in said county, on the l«n day of December, 1898. , . ^ A, H. PURANT, Applicant B. H, OMB«B, Atty, foy AppWoWt'^ NOTJOE OF ADOPTION OF AMBNDEJ) ARTICLES OF TXON BY TOE ALGONA DEPOSIT ANP LQAN A8E5P.QIATJQN t mo: BftV

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