The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1897 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 14, 1897
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Tffi) flMPBK m$ MOtWESt ALGOKA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 189?, We have just received another CAR LOAD HI : AMOUS RAttWAt TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MftWAtJKEE & Sf. PAtTL. ix>cAt tRAiss tras*. Ko. 1 defatta at..., 8:65 ftin No. 3 departs at 4:01 inn .. Freights that carry passengers- No. 83 departs at...... 7 12:o6pln No. 71 departs at 6:33pm Ko. 65 departs at , s 8:20 pin tBAiRS BASt. No.2 departs at 10:3? am No. 4 departs at 6:33 i> in Freight* that carry passengers- No. 76 departs at..'.. f. 8:20pin No. 94 departs at 2:06ptn R. F. HEDRICK, Agent. CltiCAGO 4 NORTflWESTEfitf. , Sonth— Freight 7:10am Pass 8:04am North- Mixed C*. * " " ° •"* » in jc ICIJSUL J.J.:KO a m Mixed 1:12 pm Pass 2:49 pin 1u(*-n/4 D «/\rt i. Ai- ***.&._ Jl ^ j-i , * _* *^ \7 Mixed 8:00 pin 7:10 a m Freight 11:25 a m Mixed ;'..'.'..'10:47p in F. H. VESPER, Agent. THE LOCAL FIELD, You know what it is. None better ever sold in Algona. • • NO. scowi es Block. James Patterson. Your Neighbor Gets Seven bars of soap for 25 cents, any kind ; you can do the same at the Cash Grocery,- south of court house. TTsTe Sell fox Ca-slx. That's why we can afford to undersell the merchant who does a credit business. Give us a trial and let us convince you that we can save you money on groceries. want your butter and eggs. J. C. ANDERSON & CO. Next Sunday will be Easter. All the ladles will be at church. The Junior Epworth league will haye a social at the parsonage tomorrow evening. Some wheat has been sowed, but generally speaking, the farmers are still waiting. The school board have let the con' tract to grade and seed the grounds at the new school house. G. H. Light has traded his hotel at Ruthven for a livery stable, and closes a 20 year service as landlord. A two weeks revival meeting will begin Sunday. The Y. M. C. A. gets the revivalist from Des Moines. The report that S. S. Sessions is going east is not correct. He says he will remain in Algona all summer. Rock Rapids has let the contract for electric lights at $14,000. It is about such a plant as Algona would need. Rev. G. P. Wilson will preach in the Free Methodist church next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings. The M. E. Ladies' Aid society will serve dinner at Grange hall on Friday, April 16, from 11:30 till all are served. PROFESSIONAL. - ^-^^-->w^wy^>-^^^^*-v^~s rf ->^x rf -^x^^v '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. People who know a good thing when they see it will appreciate the SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxle-FerRuson bl jolt. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LA W, ''Algona, Iowa. J,o. RAYMOND, ERNEST 0. BAYMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. rine Millinery Stock now in and being daily shown to admiring patrons by Matson & McCall. We can't tell you all about it in an "ad."—you must see it for yourself. We have the Latest in Evening, There will be a sunrise prayer meeting at the Congregational church, Easter mornine at 0 o'clock. All are invited. Next week Thursday is the time to plant trees according- to State Superintendent Sabin. It is Arbor day. Let the school grounds be planted. Lew Kellihan, the Sherburne bank robber, is sentenced to hang, Aug 12 Judge Quinn says the murder was too premeditated to admit of clemency. Marriage licenses have been issued to Henry Meyer and Anna Krause, John H. Stono and Emma E. Lehman Adam Rank and Bertha Saeckinger. The city council has ordered a lot of stone crossings and will replace all the worn out' wooden crossings on the business streets with stone. A wise move. The Methodists got their first $1,000 for the new church Sunday. Rev Southwell says he thinks they will plan to begin on the work early next spring. Later the boys launched a balloon from the Algona hank building and when it was well up suddenly set up a shout that brought everybody to the doofs. TBe secret was well kept until pttblik curiosity had beefi sufficiently excited and then it leaked out. Dr. M. N. Martinson and wife will be in Algfona next week. Mrs. Martinson, formerly Stella Cleary, will spend the vacation in Algona. The doctor is tak* ing a special course in electricity and talks of putting an electric steam bath ih town. THE UPPER DBS MoiNES has received ah interesting letter from Geo. S. Angus of Burt on the question of taxes in Kossuth county, which will be published next week. Mr. Angus is a vigorous writer and what he says is worthy of consideration. Henry Carpenter is with the Ringling circus in Chicago. He went some days ago atfd will drive a six-horse team, and gets $30 a month and ex* ponsoe. El. Dal ton also has a good sit* uatlon with the Ringlings. They are having a great run in Chicago. The Iowa weather crop bulletin for the week states: The season is at least two weeks later than the average, and the delay in seeding will most like* ly cause a decrease in the prospective acreage of small grain crops. Fruit buds, except peaches, appear to be all right. The Rankln temperance meetings closed last night. They have been attended by big audiences and many have signed the pledge. Mr. Rankin is an eloquent advocate of total abstinence. He was paid $100 for his six evenings, the money being contributed in collections. A. W. Williamson, a former resident of Plum Creek, who owns a home in the northeast part of town, was operated on by Dr. Kenefick Friday for appendicitis. He was very low before the operation was performed. Dr. Kenefick assisted Dr. Tribon, who has cared for Mr. Williamson. MEN'S Overalls worth 40c 250 I MEN'S Cotton Socks worth lOc 5c I To make this day an event to be long remembered; to show our appreciation of the liberal patronage given to the Hew England, we have decided to make Working JACKETS Celluloid Collar, worth I5c. 5c q fr F. L. TRIBON, M. D,, Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence In the Boston Block (In the new block.) PC, C. MeCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. ARE YOU ©OIN© TO HAVE Your Horses Clipped? IF NOT, WHY NOT? em CHAS. J, BROWN, M. J. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's, H, P, SPBWCER, M, P., fj'^'. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, fe-,' 1 ' Sexton, Iowa, , P. P, S,, PE.NTIST, |.V QHoe over fee Stflts Bank, Algona,, Iowa.' STATEMENT OP ..... Kossuth County State Bank, Of Algona, Iowa, March 37, 1887. , a. Loans and. discounts.. Good.. $00,00500 Insult.,..,.. 1,10000 Part due:... 7,13043 Cash on hand and cash Items., , Due from tanks— Oit. Nat. Des.Moines.. 7,63780 11 312 31 3,103 83 37,354 08 8,168 44 6,700 63 7,H1 JS $ 00,065 00 13,607 83 Met. Nat, Chicago First Nat. Minneapolis Union Nat. Chicago,.. Met. Ex. Milwaukee,.. Ohem. Nat. New York. Ot^ep banks..,....,.,.. i • Iipoaflnaeethetjofoi deadening pain in f-LlfjL Js\*m when extrao^l teW. Overdrafts ...,,.,,„.,. Real estate Pergpuat property 10 (,»4B O.U 8,740 93 08.308 27 65378 0,90783 Rev. Lace, an old friend of Presiding Elder Yetter's, was up from Bethany, Mo., and preached at Clear Lake Sunday. He may be transferred to that charge. A baby at O. Ingallsbee's last week which the Courier credited to Mr.' and Mrs. S. A. Thompson. It has been uite a joke on them among their riends. • F. H. Vesper will conclude his interesting description of things to bo seen in Mexico with a sketch of a bull flght. He wilt tell what it is and how it is managed. Rev. W. B. Greenshields of Burt will preach at the Presbyterian church in Algona Sunday morning and at Irvington in the afternoon. • Rev Innes is in Rockwell City. The daily papers announce that Lawyer Curtiss' big Eldora breach of promise case will be appealed to the supreme court. The .defendant says he will never pay as long as he can law it, THE UPPER DES MOINES of 30 years ago shows by its columns that the snow had just thawed April 18, 1867, That is quite a good deal later than this year, We have had worse springs. All Sir Knights, who may be temporarily in the place on next Sundav are invited to unite with the Knight Templars in attendance at the Easter services at the Baptist church at 11 o'clock a. m. . The Tennessee jubilee singers will be at the Congregational church Friday evening They need no special notice. J. heir ability as entertainers is well known. Tickets on sale at the post- office news stand. • Everybody should keep in mind the Baptist gathering tomorrow and Friday. Some of the ablest speakers in the state will be present. The meetings are free to all, and should be largely attended. Prof. Carroll reads a paper Friday April 29, at the Sioux City teaoherV' association on "Waste Places in Our Educational System," Prof. Simpson, Algona's former teacher, is president of the graded school section. Sunday morning 350 new keys, all alike and all of a peculiar pattern, were scattered about the streets at Whittemore. No ope knows where they came from and it is generally believed that the famous uii- ship dropped them. o SSW 1 ^ Tveasurer Spencer has issued 3,700 tax receipts this spring. This is a few abort of last year a.t thje time. A WPng the towns which have paid up better thjs year thaw last are Bancroft, Burt, Garfleld, Hebron an <j ' The new city council is confronted with the necessity of spending some money on the water works outfit. They learn that the present boiler is badly in need of doctoring, and that a new one is a matter of a short time. It Is also rumored that some of the early mains have rotted through and are leaking. Eight in all were fined for illegal fishing. " There were others," but the officers found it difficult to locate them. Mike Hubbard, who went to jail, has been let out on parole, his family being in such need of his services that it was necessary. His sentence is not remitted and he is liable to be brought in at any time to complete it. t There are 1,021 patrons of the creameries in Kossuth, 78 to a creamery They have 10,848 cows, an average of 834 to a creamery. The total value of the butter output last year was $252,107.04. That is an average income of $15 a head to the population. The butter paid all our taxes, and left $60,000 for the circus, and other entertainments. S. S. Sessions sent his kerosene oil can. up town last week to be filled. When it came home the kerosene smelled peculiarly and an investigation showed that he had a gasoline can and that his kerosene had been sent to the gasoline can owner. The colonel is congratulating himself that the mistake was discovered before he kindled his fire. The supreme court has affirmed the decision of Judge Quarton whereby Barney Kelley gets a $250 attorney fee out of the town of West Bend. Barney wan West Bend's lawyer in the suit brought by Edith Wheelock of Algona for injuries from a defective sidewalk. Ho won the suit by simply filing a motion, and the West Benders thought he ought to take a modest compensation. Barney sued and has won in both courts. The supreme court has decided the case of Kuhn vs. Breen for the possession of_ Kuhn's child. When Mrs. Kuhn died the baby was given to her parents, the Breens. Kuhn married again and wanted the child back and Geo. E. Clarke brought action of habeas corpus. Judge Carr decided in his favor and the decision is sustained, I he case is several years old and Breen has had the child. Both parties live north of Wesley, Kossuth has 19 creameries and shipped in 1896 1,828,065 pounds of butter. It ranks 12 among Iowa counties in amount of butter shipped but is down to 26 in amount made to the square mile of territory Palo Alto ranks 13 in total amount but 12 in amount made per square mile. Palo Alto has 17 creameries and makes 3,149 pounds to the square mile. Kossuth makes only A'?/ P° unds to tl)Q square mile. Palo Alto ranks highest of any county in Iowa outside the old "dairy belt" Brenner county makes 6,750 pounds of butter to the square mile each year. AMONG THE ADVERTISERS. Algona for clothing, Doxsee says now is the time to paint, sale S: i T Late atid Nobby Shirts, 45c Linen Collars 4-PLY worth I5o 5c of. 1 Children's Knee Pants worth 25 lOc Wool Men's Cheviot Suits- guaranteed to wear good, . $3.75. Special Saturday; our Men's stock of Hats At Cost Read. See what you can get for your money. Come and see the goods and resist buying if you can. Special Saturday; our 1300 men's pants At Cost Our Saturday Sale will disappoint no one. Largest stock in Northern Iowa to select irom. Gome and see. New England Clothing House, EASTER APPROACHING Makes You Think of Spring, and New Shoes Brownell & Allred Have as fine a line of shoes as you will find in the state The Newest Styles, The Latest Colors, and The Most .Durable Goods, at REASONABLE PRICES. BOSTON BLOCK, ALGONA, IA. THE CASH SHOE STORE. Kossuth County State Bank, S3SO.OOO. .. +^o^—«? bought and sold.: Colleo transacted. Passage tickets to or -—•» «•-•*- MI u *vs VT won 4. tiiiiDB, "^ «>•>»** v** uv/ VA First National Bank of Algona, ......... , ,.,. 0ashler Vfflcers and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, 0'0-Ohubb, VlcePrest, a^ s V H >, L ll nt:l 7' Geo. L. Galbrafth. Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenok, Thos. F, Cooke, rates to parties furnishing first-class security, Algona State Bank7 CASH CAPITAL, 850,000, General Banking, PKirATH SAFETY DEPOSIT VAVIT8. ^"Interest paia on time deposits. tin?es Jae, Taylor has been under the weather foreo we weeks ^ fi we beer, )n bJ 8 g tpr§ wuoh, - A severe cold eeerae to be the ohjef difficulty, He is upflnd about but & BPt I although, be i 9 BOW Galbraith celebrates the spring- with a handsome display of carpets. •t-*rown6|i s snosmBjkfii* Vina vimimiti the Biley house east of the foundry?^ W, H, Jones, the Hobart hardware "" *-• a new advertieement this of the condition of the fctate bank speaks for Six per cent Interest on Time Deposits for money left three months or more. is£X>& :"• *•• \ • 'nifflfllfj K'$£%$* r ~^WT f 'fP ir!S ^?T'F ff ^ f ^$ *"** W& If^^flil^pi^T* -7 • -"' l >',?'•' .-*! }0W*f j^jwK$jbm ^vftik^iR^ffietaiy BttMfe* --.^^-^^II^WW^^ *|sjw&* all %* bargain.8, 'J.'W. HiBQhon hag bought the build, R* and Jot the Parish bSe HvSy is ip, The price w 11,900. y Jjaye beeg testin The Algon^ Pepostt & Loan Assn. .,. Offices ovev Ajgpna State Pank .. MURANOE. ". M, •fllo'in/x'Xjo us~ _,jii" ' ' •

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