The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1897 · Page 1
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 15, 1897
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ESTABLISHED 1865. ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1897 VOL. XXXII-NO* 26. Are You Looking for Frost? Then take in your house plants, display of FLOWER POTS at THE PRIMARY IS ON TRIAL KOSSTJTH COUNTY TO GIVE A TEST The Republicans to Send Delegates That Way and Also Indicate Their Choice of Candidates. See the THE UPPER DES MOINES presents this week a sample ballot prepared by Chairman Wadsworth for use at the county primaries. A sufficient number have boon mailed to the various township chairmen, and the present indication is that they will bo generally used, and that a fair trial will bo given the now plan. The ballot is as follows: For Delegates to the Republican County Convention— M. Z. Grove & Son's. Gib Pray and Phil Hanmv satisfactorily " fixed." Phtl didn't like Trinidad because it was so hot and Gib didn't like Alaska because it was too cold. Why don't McKinley let them "rideand tie?" Have Phil go to Trinidad until he gets melted down a few months, and tbon go to Alaska and cool off, and Gib could do the same; when he got well frozen a year or two he could go down and bask in the sunshine and spear alligators and boa constrictors while Phil is lassoing polar bears and reindeer. We think Mac should consolidate the two offices of surveyor general of Alaska and consul to Trinidad and the climate would average all right during th entire year, and bo "equable+ 4- 4- The date of the Upper" ftps MolneB Editorial association uieeUtiff, Which will bo held in Webster City, has been fixed for Oct. 7 and 8. A committee on entertainment will be appointed by the local newspaper mon, and Hon. Liue Young of DCS Moinos and Sam Clark of Kcokuk will bo present. -T- -H -*Phil. C. Hannahas started for his post at Porto Rico. Mrs. Hanna accompanied him as far as Waterloo, after which she returned to Llvormore until her final departure for Porto Rico some weeks in the future. JUST RECEIVED-A OF 1 " FINE LINE FANCY DISHES I f In French, German, and Austrian China. 102 E. State St. TELEPHONE 19. Now carry a Ml line of the Butterick Patterns, in stock. We will get the new patterns as fast as issued each month, and will have ior sale The Delineator, price 15c, and The Glass of Fashion, price 5c. October numbers now ready. Patterns sent by mail to any address on receipt of price. G. L. Galbraith & Co. For Treasurer— r~~J__w. A. CHIPMAN. | |—F. J. KERNAN. —R. H. SPENCER. For Sheriff— I""]—GEO. HACKMAN. P. KEITH. a — E. — C. C. SAMSON. D- For Superintendent— N. H. CONNOR. —A. J. LILLY. I—B. F. REED. —FRANK H. SLAGLE. AND HARDWARE. For Surveyor— Q]-GEO. S. FOSTER. —C. A. TELLIER. POLITIOAL NOTES. Bryan in Algona, Sept. 23. Tho democratic convention comes Wednesday, Sept. 20. CZTJ Bryan speaks in Sheldon tho day after being in Algona. Tho populists will hold u mass convention at tho court house, Wednesday, Sept. 29, at 11 o'clock. Prof. Rhinohart wont to Spencer to speak after leaving Algona, and no one came to hear him. Tho meeting was given up. Tho Ledyard Loader asks this timely question: Has anybody been hoard to regret that ho voted for sound money and protection lust fall? Tho republican county convention will bo hold next week Friday, Sept. 24. It will bo one of tho most peaceable In tho history of tho party. G S Wright appends this to his caucus call in Gat-Hold: "The caucus will act under tho primary system as directed by tho last county convention.' W M. McFarland has filed answer in the suit charging him with misconduct in getting up tho census. He denies everything. Judge Can- and A. B. Cummins are his attorneys. Tho Bancroft Register says with reason that when a man is charged with a specific misdemeanor in politics he should bo named and tho facts stated. These idle general statements are worse than a waste of space. Whlttemoro Champion: J. R. Jones, Kossuth's next representative, was in town thismornintr, having asocial chat with his numerous friends. J. R. is a man of sterling qualities, and will be elected by a rousing majority. Over in Charles City the democrats have nominated B. F. Wright for tho legislature. No straight-out democrat need apply for office now. Think of a democrat putting "pull! and windy," the originator of prohibition, on his ticket. Bancroft Register: Tho irrepressible Bailey of tho Britt Tribune has boon nominated for coroner in his county. We will anxiously await tho report ol Als a complete line of water and lemonade sets.. Langdon & Hudson. TBI/BPHONB KO. IS. FINANCIAL. Kossuth County State Bank, 1«9»^^^^ ^T^^^^^^i^ ™e 1,, 8 ; LEWIS H SMITH CasUier Dlrectors-Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Ohrlschllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devlno. __^__. First National Bank of Algona. OAP1TAL 850,000 ftT&ta^^::::::::::vice'K^ I V.I: ^S GUSON ::::::::::::A S8 t:a^ Dlroctors-D. H. Hutchlns, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorwoiler, F. H. Vesper, Ambrose A. Pull R H Suencer, Win. K. Ferguson. Money aiways on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. Special attention given to collections. Algona State Bank. CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. General Banking. PKIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT YAULT8. ^"interest paid on time deposits. Glitters and Directors— A. D. Clarice, President, C. C. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier: Goo. L. Galbraith, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schonck, Thos. F. Cooke. GrlEO- O. C-A-T .T . Six per cent Interest on Time Deposits for money left three months or more. ALGONA, IOWA. W. H. JONES, HOBART, IOWA. D- For Coroner— W. E. H. MORSE. Special IRecL-uctlon. Sal© of Chamber Suits, Sideboards, For Two Supervisors— -LEANDER BARTON, Lu Verne. and Couches. Don't fail to tee tlie new Acme Hygienic Couth. D —OLE OLSON, Swoa City. his" inquest over the democratic party next November. Ho won't do a thing to Brook Plummer. Tho withdrawal of tho names of Miller and Steinberg of Gormaniafor supervisor has simplified tho making of a ticket That leaves Mr. Barton in tho southeast and Ole Oleson in the northwest. Mr. Barton is one of the best supervisors the county has over had, and Mr. Oloson is highly spoken of. Emmetsburg Reporter: The Algona Courier says that J. R. Jones, the ro- nublican nominee for representative in Kossuth county, will be defeated at the coming election. Once upon atimo the Courier said that it had S. S. Season defeated for tho same position, bu when tho votes were counted Mr. bes sions was elected by a handsome plurality The republican voters of Kossuth county are intelligent men, and do not take kindly to tho Courier's dictation. Tho Courier, which is getting hopo- " " " says of tho primary The AlRona Deposit & Loan Asm. wiu GUARANTEE l at olllces for particulars. 8 omces over Algona State Bank PER GENT, interest OItT Don't Forget that we always have on hand all kinds of grain and ground feed, bran, shorts, and oil meal at reasonable prices ; also INSURANCE § ======== Also Land, Loan and Collection Business. Office over Algona State Bank. Fanners' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, republican was con- New York, Unfted States Life of New York. COAL of all kinds and grades. Good delivered to any part of the city H.L C. & N. W. Elevator. GEO. BAILEY. M. P. HAGGABD. Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Sinith.1 Abstracts, Real Estate,^^ . Collections, ALGONA, IOWA. - • — PETTIBQNE Head Stones, Monuments, Painter, Paper Hanger KALSOMINER, SIGN AND CARRIAGE PAINTER. Postal card orders will receive prompt attention. JAS. A. ORB. It will be seen from this that tho bal-1 i oss iy unreliable, lot is a very simple and inexpensive af- election resolution in the r fair and that it is really a great conven- conV Qntion: "The resolution Snoe to the voters. In the upper lines coote d in the brains of several Algona the names of delegates are to be writ- dictators, who not only want to mamp- ten in Below are the names of all an- u , ate all republican conventions, but nounc'ed candidates for office arranged also dictate the policy of holding the Fn alphabetical order, with blank lines caucuses in the outside townships " The for names to be written in where voters ros olution was introduced in the living- m-efer some one else. The expectation ton cauc us by Mr. Mayne's supporters, a that the township chairman will WB8 by the Irvington delegation pre- Blve out these ballots to the voters as Ben ted to the committee on resolutions flly come, that each voter will signify h n the convention. This committee „ f^ltA TTniimrcitV his choice of candidates for the various waa composed of one from each town- hA SuTP I niYclSHY See! by marking in the square oppo- B hip in the county, and it unanimous-1 1 \K 0 Ltt Ib U 111 T VA Ol IJ site their names, that the votes will be ly ^ported the resolution to the con- counted andUhat the delegates to the Lotion. No one i" Algona knew o convention will use reasonable effort to such a resolution or had anything to do secure the nomination of the men their with lt in any way. Tho resolution as secuieuuj _ ^^ delegates will adopted in the one written by the Irv-1 LEGAL NOTICES. ORIGINAL NOTICE. N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, October, term A. D., 1897.—Lewis Russ, trustee, plaintiff, vs. John S. Gibson, et al., defend- To tS 'john S. Gibson, Mary Gibson, etar A. King, Helen King, W. A. 'elford, John McConnell, Caroline L. Sturde- ant, Hans P. Anderson, Anna M. Anderson, lanhattan Trust company, Mrs. Clara Hulert, A. P. Dohlby, defendants: You are here- vnotilied that the petition of the plaintiff In ;ho above entitled cause is now tiled in the nice of the clerk of the district court of the tate of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, lalminK of you that he is the absolute and un- ualilled owner of the following described real state, to wit: The southeast quarter of Sec- ,iou No. 12, Township 00, Range 37, Kossuth ounty, Iowa, and asking that the title thereto be auietud in him, and that the defendants and ach of them be forever barred and estopped rom asserting or claiming any title in said •eal estate. And unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day or the next term, being the October term of said court, which will commence at Algona on the ".th clay of October, 1807, default will be en ;ered against yon and judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 1st day of September, A. D., 1807. CI-AUKB & COHENOUB. 0444 Attorneys for Plaintiff. OF precinct prefers. _ be those having the highest number of | votes for that honor. SEMI-LOOAL HEWS NOTES. Bailey says:" Over in Algona they fined a man for whipping his brother- in-law. What in blazes can a man do? SHEUY MARBLE t igrSee us betore yo» pontr&ct, WATER OH NO PAY. stop and apply for a license to Uok 'em and by that time they can get away, or double up on him. The lawyers keep circumscribing the rights of a freeman "• ' /e absolutely no recrea- md his wife's relations over him. ington supporters of it. BRAOKE CREATES A SENSATION.] Our Germunia Citizen Excites) Europe-Claims to Know About AuUree, Kortli Pole Explorer Geo. E. Clarke received a letter last week that presents a curious problem It is from a New York law firm which represents European interests. They THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS Witt begin the year 1897-98 On September 15. For particular information as to the respect ive departments address as follows: ... Collegiate-Charles A. Schae«er, president replOBOUfo .umn/ivu*." •-- TnwaOitv want to know who Ole Bracke of Ger- ^^^^^^STS^SSS^ mania is. They then &tate that Ole ^wca ^ . NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF KOSSUTH County Iowa—In the Matter of the Estate of C. L. Lund, deceased—In Probate. Notice Is hereby given that in pursuance ot an order of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, made July 5, A. D., 1807, the undersigned will offer at public auction, on the.93d ... day of October, A. I)., 1807, all the right, title, and interest the estate of O. L. Lund has in the following described real estate, said sale to be one-half cash and one-half on one year's time on approved security at seven per cent, per annum: The north one-half of the southwest Quarter and the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter, tho south one-half of the northwest quarter except the right-of-way p£ the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad, in Section Six, the west one half of the north- vest quarter of Section Seven, the east one- lalf of the northeastquarter of Section Seven, lie northwest quarter of the northwest quar- ,er of Section Eight, the south one-half of the orthwest quarter and the north one-hall of he northwest quarter of the southwest quaver ot Section Seventeen, all in Township Ninety five, Range Twenty-eight, west of the Pitth P. M.; the east one-half of the southeast ouarter of Section One, the northeast quarter aid the east one-half of the northwest ag&vter of Section Twelve, all in Township Ninety- Ive, Range Twenty-nine, west of the «lltat'. VI Said sale to commence at 2 o'clock p. HI, on said day at the east door of the court house u Algoua, Koasuth county, Iowa. For further particulars address the under- m mania is. They then &tate that Ole has telegraphed to the millionaire Oscar Dioksonof Gothenburg as fol- moving south westward 10, west towards Edam the man who set out V^i« I *WA1'V#**7'"'W *** *•*• »v*--v- -T™'""YVi "" ~«o ' S a balloon, q^t board in private |ajttH!es,»a What they want tP wee*; In, oute$So P£Q VWWk °HomKwo Mealcal-J. G Gllohvlst, -M °fc^alS»» P* y S-. sectary °feS^oK 1 l 3 :Boerue ri Pb.G,ae a u cm^VSTraHr^ Who [know made. Address in Europe? fenow a w» as^-*™™-* signed at Algona, Iowa. J)ated this 13th day °' September, A. Q, 1807. W. L. JOSLYN, _ 1807 Administrator of the Estate of 0. ceased. L. Lund, da- H-4 Buy them at the Upper Des MQinea o»w and get ftw most approved tonne TXTANTEB^A veliaWe lady or seat W tffstStiuteisamples and wake a house QaBvajw * OT our Vegetate Tw tttrtnWterS month easily wafte. le lady or geatlenjan to j>—*— house to- Let Soap easily 860 ^u ..^\.*..:" ..4ft!,L*.3lJ

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