The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1897 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, April 7, 1897
Page 8
Start Free Trial

CH1CA90, JtlLWACKHK ft ST. PAUL e>'*, fe"' K*? &' •v r tJWlK BBS MOBfES: ALGOSA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, APfttL ?, 139? Sha*. *bo btas beea tier* before. *ill Hie Wetted Standard in he eondaetor say*: Miss Ha* «co«d rates oo all railroads to - IBATSS EAfit. 1**. 2 fleparta « Ho.4 detail* at ss 8:S0p» 0:37»la 6:33pm ...... Wo. S4 departs at ......... .. ...... .... 2:05jgm R. F. HgpBicK, Agt-tft. CHICAGO ft SOBTHWESTER5. ftrnte— .Sortti— K««*t....,..7:lO« inMifcM ...... 7:10 am Pass. ........ ..8:04 am Freight ..... 11:25 am Mixed .... ,...1:1? pin Pass ........ 2:49 pm 8:00pta Mixed ...... 10:47p m F, H. VESPER, Agent THE LOCAL April 23 will be Arbor day, The Tennesseens eitig April 16. Martin Bronson is going to California in May. Now is the time for a good roads agitation. The Resseguie home will be enlarged this spring. Hogs have been up to $3.70 in the local market, J, M. Elder, the Hancock county pioneer, is dead. JFaxes are paid up about as well as usual this spring. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Fern next Wednesday. Chas. Bosewall is adding to his bouse: The new part is enclosed. M. Schenck took a car of cattle to Chicago last week, getting $4.60. The city fathers equalized taxes Monday. They made few changes, B. P. Smith is putting Gildersleeve in shape to take the mile record this season. It is rumored that Prof. Carroll will not remain with the Algona schools next year. E. B. Butler will not bo home from California before the middle or bast of the month. A. P. Dailey has his digging apparatus at the city well. He will put down a six inch hole. The Northwestern is digging a well at Bancroft and will move the water tank to town from the river. Frank McNall will not come from Florida at once to settle his father's estate. He will be up later. Steady rain has characterized much of the last week. This was a pretty fair country when we had dry seasons. One of the 'busses got stuck Monday and flve traveling men had to get out in the middle of the road and wa}k to town. Marriage licenses have been issued to O. D. Wilson and Alma 'E. Eulter- strom, John Lindquist and Alida Anderson. The ladies club which gave the lecture course the past winter came out 85.70 ahead. This is to be saved as a starter for next season. All of Union township was down yesterday with blood in its eye. It wanted that road that was vacated opened up again, and it got there. The Rankin temperance meetings begin tonight at the Congregational church. He speaks six evenings, Sunday evening a union meeting. Supt. Heed and Prof. Carroll were judges at an oratorical contest at Emmetsburg Friday evening. They report a good entertainment. Dr. Morse and G. P. Peek will take oath that no farmer has been down the past week and made them pay for those two geese they shot. It is a vile slander. The Pocahontas Record says Prof. Gilchrist is not improving in health. His son, the county superintendent, is kept at home most of the time caring for him, The county board met Monday. They have joined with the Polk county board in 'carrying up the suit brought to test the liability, of cities to pay the county Toad tax. . The county fair amusement committee will meet Saturday next. The members are T. H, Wadsworth, J. O. Paxson, Fred. Nicholson, L. J. Newell and Harvey Ingbam, Nathan Mann was in town Monday with a golden eagle he shot up on Buffalo creek. It measured seven feet four inches from tip to tip and its claws were eight inches across, Bev. Rufus Fancher, who often came to Algona in early days, died March 25 at tils home in Dakota City. He came to this conference in 1872 and , since 1886 has been on the superan- ' nuated list. O. J, Leoander of Bancroft has been sending out hip boots to bis tenants in place of seed wheat. He says ditgbing is more important this year that} early seeding. And the best ditch be says is a wide swftil made by reversing a road grader, The muoli talked of $1,000 fund, in the Interest of # new church, will be Fftieed by the Methptote next Sunday .fflorntjng. Every member is urged to , t?e present. All persons interested are -invited, Subject of the sermon, "The * Jg week we had Jo. &puok pf White inline, but itseems that thrash' B wife relieved the mental strain he is again hjweejf until the. next Bf«t Wow is likely to be in- fcr MPB, kouok is , sefB,y that WJJ 4$ flQt read tbe f aft EjjgHefei .Be, waots )bbe ooatr&et ....... mwM&t'.w\m . When she went lo get Uie ticket tised tbe railroad official said: "Madam, you bare accomplished what few men are able to do." Miss Ha; is a baa- ness woman and that tbe is manager means success. W. S. Wilcoi tarns over the batte* and egg business in Algona to Wes. Dotton and goes ibis week to Mason City. He will still superintend tbe business in Kossuth and visit as occa- eiooallr. He has made many friends in Algona, and is a pleasant and thorough business man. F. H. Vesper gires some interesting notes of travel in Mexico this week, and will tell more about that count*? in a subsequent letter. Just now he is playing at amateur photography, baring fitted up a dark room, where be will develops a fine lot of enap shot views of odd scenes on bis trip. J. W. Wadsworth bought a splendid cow at the F. A. Edward's sale at Webster City. She is listed as Orange Lass, Oct. 4, 1886, and sold at $190. It was one of tbe biggest sales ever held in Iowa. Thirty-eight head of short horns were sold at an average of $153. 50 each. Tbe highest was $250, and the bulls averaged $170 each. THE UPPER DBS MODTES has an in teresting letter from Cbas. E. Putnam, cashier of the Merchants' National bank of Cedar Rapids, giving some of his reminiscences of life in Kossuth in 1855, which will appear in due season. John G. Smith has also contributed some information about the rabbit that will be published next week. E WAHTS A CHANGE. X. J. Skinner Says He Cannot Get a Fair Trial In Kossuth and Moves to Change to Another County Judge Thomas will this morning pass on a motion for a change of venue for N. J. Skinner. Geo. W. Argo of Sioux City is here helping S. S. Sessions in the defense. The affidavits for a change will be passed on by Judge Thomas this morning. District Court Xotes. Landlord Tennant's heating stove case is continued again. Albert Followay will be tried for stealing wheat tomorrow. Geo. ' W. Pangburn defends him. L. H. Gustin was dismissed by the grand jury. He was charged with selling a mortgaged horse. Baker and Keller are charged with selling property the sheriff had levied on. Baker will be tried tomorrow. M. Jordan has a judgment against Julius Pleth for failure of warranty in a land title. What will he do with it? John arid Nels Larson were not indicted for selling oats to J. A. Winkel at Bancroft, covered by a landlord's lien. Marsh Stephens and E. F. Dunlap have a landlord's lien case against W. J. Williams for $175 that is on for trial. Judge Quarton went to Storm Lake Monday and Judge Thomas came here. Judge Thomas will finish the present term. E. C. Anderson, the Bancroft drug gist, paid a fine of $100 and $30 costs. He pleaded guilty of violating the pharmacy law. Hennessy, the young thug who had formed a habit of thumping A. J. Sprague at Wesley, is dismissed. He was bound over to keep the peace. John Carlson was indicted for pounding an old man near Swea City., His trial* is set for Friday. Faltinsbn of Armstrong and Sullivan & McMahon defend. Mrs, Peters, widow of Kossuth 's form 1 or supervisor, has settled the long standing life insurance case. Dr. Peters had a policy for §3,000. The company pays her $1,500. The Iowa State Nursery company wants $50 of C. E. Link for trees. Mr. Link says he won't pay, Bonar & Fellows and Sullivan & MoMahon will elucidate the tree question. The grand jury was dismissed before it had finished its work. Frank An dorfer of Prairie got word that his child was dying and Judge Quarton let all the jury go till next term. The second criminal case is against Frank Byrne of Bancroft, who is charged with moving furniture out of the hotel up there that did not belong to him. It will be heard today. Tbe Farmers' Mutual Hail Insurance company owed W. D. Stapeland of Britt for a loss by hail. S, X. Way of Wesley garnished the company, and gets a debt Stapeland owed him. When Frank Bamsey skipped out down in Crosco a dispute arose between B. W, Haggard, who had a mortgage on his stock, and Mr. Roberts, who owned the farm. It got into court, but has been settled. S. E. Grove sues bis insurance com panyfop $1,760 lost in his fire at Wep- ley. Tbe company eays his policy had lapsed and that the time in which he could sue has also passed, Clarke & ^enour represent Grove. The jury gave Mart. Ferris a ver diet in the suit brought by Mat, Richardson, Mat, claimed $175 en a note, Mart, claimed he had worked it out and paid it, Danson and Raymond S wetting were tbe attorneys, G, S. MoPberson traded a meat market to 0, C, Crumb in Wesley for Dakota property, >He wants to make his part of the cpntraot good, Crumb i^ the maji Sutton and 0eo, Hujatep bafl a eessjpn with in A,lgpn,ftj but s »bo refused to be arrested". Will sues AU&- KiepH? for Atari WortiSOc. 20c 1 Celluloid Collar, 5c Overalls worth 40 cents 25c New Styles, new colorings, new Ideas expressed in the suits, top coats and trousers that make up our new Spring Mock* The very latest and best the country affords is here for our customers and the prices are less than usual. The Spring styles in the M. S* &M, guaranteed clothes are ready Every man who likes good cloth and perfect making should look at them, HART. 80HAFTN6R A MARX, GUARANTEED OLOTHINO. They're tbe finest men's garments we ever saw. MEN'S WOOL HATS worth 50c 25c Neekties Teck Bow, Windsors, 4-In-hand, worth 25c- lOc I Children's Suits 3 One patterns, 75c Over 600 all-wool Knee Pants at a great bargain EQUAL TO THE BEST." " Inferior to None." This can truthfully be said of our Spring line of Clothing for 1897. We will open the season with nearly all old goods cleaned out, and for the spring trade will be able to show our customers new clothing up to date in every respect. Remember that whatever you get from us this year will be right—right in style, right in trimmings, right in fit, right in price. O. B. DURDALL The New England. 1 Linen Collars 4-PLY worth 5c l Men's Sweaters worth BOc 25c I Men's Suspenders worth 25c lOc I Men's Strong Working in •worth 50e GLOVES Oc 25c SEMI-LOOAL NEWS NOTES. Dynamite cartridges were used to blow out the ice dam at the Spencer bridge a week ago, and tbe report was so loud that it was heard at Spirit Lake, where word spread that the farmers were blowing up the new Okoboji dam. Sheriff Narey raced his team down to the Okoboji outlet at a three-minute pace with blood in his eye, but when ho arrived he found the dam in its place, and the explosions still to the south of him. •*- + •*• Mrs. G. H. Light, Algona's former landlady, is experimenting with coffee growing at Buthven. The Appeal says she got a good crop the past year and adds: She has proven beyond a doubt that coffee can be raised here and with success. The writer finds the coffee raised by Mrs. Light equal in flavor to the best high priced grade. . -r- 4- -J- The Reporter tells a joke on the Spencer boys who came over for Shore Acree: The boys who went to Algona Tuesday night to see Shore Acres got ashore at the Northwestern depot when they attempted to return home that night. Of course they finally found out their mistake, but too late to get back to the Milwaukee depot. •*•-»•-*• The steel range men have gone. They met a man up at Burt who was their match. They offered to take his stove and $45 for a range, and were actually carrying his stove out when he got a gun that was loaded, and they vamoosed. EASTER bonnets at Taylor's grand opening, Thursday and Friday this week. ' CABBAGE, rutabagas, and onions at Grove & Son's. THE best place in town to get canned goods is at Grove & Son's. People who know a good thing when they see it will appreciate the Fine Millinery Stock now in and being daily shown to admiring patrons by Matson & We can't t<?H you all about it in an "ad,"*—you must see it for yourself, We. have the ' latest In Everything. V PR, PRESTO^ ™ Nose and Throat PROFESSIONAL. •+*~*^*****i~+^~*s^r*~i~^r*^*^^f^t^*i~+, CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON &. BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office In Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-Fer»ruson bl jck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J, C. RAYMOND. ERNEST C. RAYMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kossuth 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 SUR&SON. Office at residence, McGregor street. EASTER APPROACHING Makes You Think of Spring, and New Shoes Brownell & Allred Have as fine a line of shoes as you will find in the state. The Newest Styles, The Latest Colors, and The Most Durable Goods, at REASONABLE PRICES. BOSTON BLOCK, ALGONA, IA. THE CASH SHOE STORE. FINANCIAL. ^^^^^^-^-'^-"^^^X-^^N^-s-. Kossuth County State Bank, , $50.000. , . Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Colleo 11 ^ bU8tae88 transacted - *™™ tickets to or Wll, H. 1NGHAJ1, President; J. B. 'JONES, Vice President; LEWIS H, SMITH Cashier ' J> * J ° neS> T> Cnrtscnllle8 ' Lewl " H. Smith, J. First National Bank of Algona. OAP1TAL.. ........................ ..,,$50,000 v 1 y"? res H en Jl w & SiJBSJMHJSON; .......... . ...... Cashier Vice President! 0, D. SMITH ........ ............ Asst. Cashier .H. Vesper, Ambrpse A. rateat °P ar «^ Ashing first-class security, Algona State Bank. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, M, J. KENEFJCK, PHYSICIAN AND SUR&EON, Office and residence over Taylor's. H. p. SPENCER, M. D,, PHYSICI4N AND 8UR.&BON, Sexton. Jpwa, E, S, GLASIER, p, D, S,, SURGEON DENTIST, Office over the State Bank. Algona, Iowa. DENTJST, A, L. MIST, D, D, 8, a Local anaesthetic toi deadening pain in guros when extracting1%eff. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL;. QF IPWA, KOSS9TH COUNTY, SS, 1m S^v^S!? to r. »>«wtb County.: '. ?'paper purbor flledin my oifl pubUejyreajl; ja,d; and the Wth'toyot Mayi 1807 Mid fixed «S &W wjienWesaw hHfni-B t.ho />«,,»(• ^»p r tfee May term -a-w. d S&.*S58»t#i •aJWwWfii.... „ ,„ ^, ww .IMiHfty Vfflefrs and Direetort— A. D, Clarke, President, O. 0, Chubb, Vice Prest, Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, G«o. L, Galbrafth, Fred, M. Miller, Myron Schenck, Thos. F, Cooke. CASH CAPITAL, 150,000, General Banking. PRIVATE SA-fETY JiEFOSJT gB^Interest paid on time deposits, GKSCX Six per ceat Interest oa Tiiae Deposits ;' for money left three months or Money always on baud to loan on ftrst mortgages, second mortgages, and good collaterals, ^tes bought. ALGONA, JOWA. The Algpna Peposit & Loaij Assn. Offices over AlgORa State 8a nk - Call at offices t pr particulars. NSURANCE. Also Laud, Loan and Collection Business. Office over Algona State Bank, Farmers 1 of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of HaxtforflT Hanover of New York, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New YOI% United states kite ot *Jew Yprk, , M, BAIUY, ^

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free