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THE UPPEK DBS MOINES: ALGONA, IOWA. WEDNESDAY. JAKtTAttY 18 STATEMENT GEO. C. CALL, As made Jan. 1,1898, to the assessor, according to Sec. 1321 of the new code: ASSETS. Loans and discounts $ 63,883.94 Beal. estate 32,690.00 Due from banks 4,652.13 Cash on hand '• 662.25 personal property 600.00 LIABILITIES. Time deposits Bills payable, (being purchase money mortgages on 766 acres) Capital $ 62,973 00 6,450.00 32,865.32 gona and will occupy it at once. Sis son, W. H. Clark, |will continue to run the farm, but will reduce the Jersey stock somewhat, notice of the sale appearing elsewhere. Mr. Clark gets a fine home. Rev. Whttfield of Hurt was a pleasant caller Friday. His father, he says, Is in quite good health and is located at Belmond Rev. Whitfleld is an Odd Fellow and he says the lodge had a Dig celebration at Burt. Dr. Peters gave an oration on "Individualism in Society," which was very fine. The western railway association has shut off on the round-trip land excursions south and the Koesuth people planning to visit Georgia will not go. Col. Spencer may possibly go on the Illinois Central, which Is not In the association. No one knows why the excursion rates were stopped. R. A. Palmer has paid out $19,000 fo1 poultry this fall and winter at the Milwaukee depot. He has shipped seven cars of dressed meat. During most of the time he has had 20 men picking. The poultry market was not high, but $102,288.32 $102,288.32 STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY—ss. Subscribed and sworn to before me by Goo. C. Call this 18th day of January, 1898. W. J. CBAMMOND, Assessor. •o ATT WAY TIME CARDS. revealed cancer of the stomach. He JKO.J.A' ''•**••*• *•"" . „„„„ __ t -. TDV>i1n^r,1r»Vi(n fr>w fnpt.VlOK CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL fcOCAD TRAINS WEST. departs at No . 65 departs a*™ — < de P arts av BVF.'HinBiOK, Agent, CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN South— North- Mixed , 7:05 a m 'Arrive at DOS' Moines at 12:1B p. m., 6 :fl> p. and 1:20 a. m. „ „ VESPEB) Agen t. THE LOCAL FIELD. Court meets Feb. 28. Geo. Holloway got $800 for old Kossuth. W. C. T. U. at Y. M. C. A. next Wednesday. has gone on to Philadelphiafor further examination. Everybody will hope that this is not found to be correct. The Western Stars give their opening concert in Emmetsburg, February 1. They will give 20 concerts before April, one in Algona. Everybody wil turn out here. Kessler, the Wesley chicken purloin er, was very sick In jail Monday. He ought to walk out and take fresh air That is what the others have found very salubrious. Mrs. Hines of Germania, arrested for selling beer, is bound over to meet the grand jury, and is out on her own bond. The 11 bottles of beer captured will be tried next Tuesday. The ladies of the Congregational church will serve oysters in the church parlors Thursday evening. Price 25 cents. Everybody come. There will be oysters in the soup. Miss Hamilton wishes those who have the curfew petition to circulate to finish the work so that it may be JL L» O Ijwu i vi y u-it*"- »»*••- •• «-" -. lots of money has been made on turkeys and chickens by the farmers. Frank Nicoulin is now extending his and operations and will at once begin a canvass of Illinois for buyers for Kosuth lands. C. F. Calkins will go over and spend some time In the states east of the river. Mr. Nicoulin thinks Illi- noisians will buy here and many here will buy the cheaper Minnesota lands. C. J. Johnson, father of J. B. Johnson of Bancroft, died Jan. 9. He was 82 years of age, a native of Sweden, coming to Bancroft In 1886. Mrs Johnson died three years ago. Both were highly respected by a I who knew family who have in the affairs of . January is still mild, and some sleighing remains. From Oct. 1 last to date 77 marriage licenses have been issued. Algona markets are: Oats 17*,' corn m, T wheat 70@80rflax $1.08/ The new church subscription grows and the Methodists are feeling good. Remember the library meeting Friday evening. No charge and no collection. . , Word comes to Aaron Buth erf oi-d that his sister is much better in Chi ° a f he Sheets drug store has a handsome music box that plays a good tune for a nickle. Mrs. Isaac Grove has been bavinga severe attack of rheumatism for the past five weeks. Rev Stoddard of Britt preached two able sermons at the Congregational church Sunday. TheEaual Suffrage club will meet with MS u O. A. Ingham tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Our farmers' account books are go- presented to the council not later than the February meeting. An entertaining letter from Miss Alice Mann, who is in southern California will appear next week. Miss Mann will write several letters from the coast while she is there. E "V Swotting circulated a petition last'week asking the legislature to add a third judge to this district. All the attorneys signed it. We need m0re judges or a smaller district. Fred. Gilbert beat Elliott again, 96 to 91. Elliott took him way to New York for the shoot, but that didn't scare the Spirit Laker. This gives Gilbert four out of five matches. Supervisor Smith is having the basement of the court house cleaned out and fumigated. He says there is too much animal life in the jail. A burning of sulphur will make a big funeral. The Algona Deposit & Loan has closed it business for the year, showing a net gain of 14.2 per cent. That is remarkable for a quiet year The association is one of Iowa's safest institutions. The Divinity of Service will be the theme of the sermon at the Congregational church next Sabbath morning. them, and reared a taken an active part Bancroft. C. W. Budd is coming up to Algona for a practice shoot with John Lr. Smith before he goes to shoot Koikes. Budd is to give Mr. Smith his gun he makes more than 90 out of 100 or f he wins. He is also to give him h s e un if he makes more than 96. This lives Mr. Smith a good fair chance foi a new gun. THE UPPER DES MOINES is up on the famous Wesley dog case. It printed County Attorney Raymond's argument to prove that a dog is a domestic animal and now it is printing Geo. K Clarke's argument that it is not. ine supreme court will soon read both sides and finally dispose of the Kossuth county dog case. There were 35 assessors in last Thursday to study the new law, all but two. One was in Kansas City, and one did not get his notice. They all agreed to obey the new law and list everything its market value. They spent the The ttetttlftr City Council Meeting lje*oted to sewer Business and Side Walks. ALGONA, Jan. 10, 1898.—City council met at city hall pursuant to adjournment, Mayor Chrischilles in the chair. Members present, White, Vesper, Dingley, MoMahon, Paine, Slagle, Chapin and Sayers. Absent, none. . Minutes of the previous meeting read and approved. Moved and seconded that the following approved bills be allowed and warrants drawn on the treasurer for same: G. F. Peek, city treasurer, for sewer ditch digRers I. D. Archibald, pumping nights 5 85 G. G. Wright, freight charges 1 95 Algona Milling Co., coal 72 86 Norton & Winden coal 1685 Spurbeek & Lambert, flre clay 118 Algona Courier, printing. 85 50 Carter & Hussey, supplies 876 A F Dalley, work on well 100 00 W. V. Carlon, street work 4800 UPPEH DBS MOINBS, printing.. 8185 W. V. Carlon, for snow shovelers... £]. ^o Frank Sepsebapol. hauling.......... l IB Mrs. Whltehill, labor on city cell.... 2 00 A. J. McDonald and M. Mfg. Co., supplies • • if *". John Paul Lumber Co., lumber...... 15 52 D. W. Hahn, hauling 1« A. J. Lilly, services on sewer lr> oo L. Koran, salary, etc. *« »» Algona vol. flre dept., Wilson flre... 26 00 E. B. Nellis, ploughing snow 5 00 Al, White, digging \ °° J. h. Laird, furniture * ™ J. L. Donahoo, stamps, drafts, oxp.. i J« Chrischilles & Herbst, mdso.. ..••••• °>°* J. M. Bailey, Insurance on city hall. 10 50 G. E. Hartwell, lunch for tramps— i wu W. H, Koran, salary, etc 41 w Walker Bros., oil, etc • • i» "" DurantBros., supplies AW A. White, filling sewer i«» C. M. Doxsee, hardware *•' »» J. W. Robinson, hardware. » °» Wm. Miller, lighting lamps, Dec M w Ed. Sohrader, mdso and labor * oo S. Benjamin, police services o uu Ayes—White, Vesper, Dingley, McMahon, Paine, Slagle, Chapin and Savers. Noes—none. Carried. Be it resolved by the city council of the city of Algona, Iowa, that James Cowan be employed as inspector of the work of completing that part of the citv sewer to be constructed by Crellln and Lovell at two dollars and fifty cents per day; the total cost of said work of inspection not to exceed flf ty dollars. Moved and seconded that the resolution as read be adopted. Ayes—White, Vosper, Dingley, McMahon, Paine, Slavic, Chapin and Sayers. none. Carried. Great Barains At James Patterson's Store. Commencing Monday, Jan 24, I will sell n Ibs of coffee for $1, and will guarantee it better than any pkg. Coffee put on the market. a S Ibs rice for f i ; 20 Ibs good w*?8 for li I i me ina.iK.cu *^ iw -.^^ — •»•-, o , * bars toilet soap for ice, butter 150 a Ib; 5 gal. syrup, fine goods, $1.50; beans 2calb; pkg. soda 5 c; Lewis lye» lop; To bars of soap 250; 2 Ibs tea for 250; Lamps of all kinds at your own price; toilet sets cheap; dishes so cheap that you can't afford not to have a set. . I have been nine years in business, and never in that time could you buy as much for one dollar as you can now at my store. I have the goods and they must be sold, and I know I can do you some good if you will call. Yours for business, Cowles' Block, No. 8, James Patterson. The Red Store Noes— lib lUO llj«,liwu TI«. .1 • , day in discussing various property and its value. After all property is listed at its full value, one-fourth of the list price is taken as the basis of taxation. Harvey Ingham has been notified of his appointment as postmaster. Mr. Hinchon's term is out Feb. 1, but it will doubtless be later before a change will be made. The plan is to get the new outfit up and ready and have all the agony at one time. The new outfit will be shipped soon, and Mr. Fui- vis will repaint and repaper bis build- The installation of officers in Rebekah lodge occurred last evening by Mrs. C. C. Samson, Everybody Call or send. ing fast, wants it. The Jones & Stacy mill has who sees one ground 4,000 bushels of buckwheat this winter and lots is still to be ground. will build a home this spring. ^?3.*8BfS?SSttjS=t The average is from $40 to $100. The Button hog cholera remedy is sss^^t^wass birds. That is interest on what a 3a Am°af pressing hay at the Sharp farmTest'BfiSShad his hand nearly taken off last Thursday. Dr.Beanere paired the stump. It is funny that people think that are worth at retail. C Call private banking es n the evening Rev. Sinclair will give an illustrated talk on Pilgrim's Progress. •Rev F E. Day's theme for discourse next Sunday morning at the Method* church will be, "Christ In Everyday Affairs" Evening, "The Judgment Day in the Light of Modern Thought." All are invited. Supt. Van Erdewyck tells us that the settlement of the tuition question between Cresco and Algona was effected by the presidents of the boards who met In bis office. There was no dispute over the matter. The Register credits Lawyer Barsalou of Bancroft with an original proposition He holds that it is no crime to steal coal if it is done in daylight without concealment ™d if the value of the coal does not reach $20. Brownell's great clearing sale is to be the event O f the week. He runs one nf the cleanest and best shoe stores in Tnwa and his stock is the best in quality Heis making some wonderful jS'ces on odd pairs. Now is the time t0p l y sident Wadsworth says the gen- JrTebluauv I A/Tr,inan WHS t.hftt ing. The "gasoline lights will be put in, making quite a change. Algona Friday even . . . . G. M. ind the following officers were installed for the ensuing term: Mrs. T. H. Connor, N. G.; Mrs. S. S. Sessions V. G., Mrs H. B. Mason.Rec. secretary, Miss Gusta Teichen, Fin. secretary; Mrs. L Barton, treasurer, after which they departed for the Gilt Edge cafe, where refreshments were served. Three young men from the Irvington ridge went to LuVerne Saturday and got some tanglefoot. On the way homltbey stopped at Aug Schmidt's and raised a big rumpus, which ended in cutting his harness to pieces. They were arrested and brought before May or Konarski and put in jail over Sun day. It cost them $44 to get out They belong to respectable tamilie and ought not to have been caught such a scrape UUtt. V^lfcL » H-v*. - _ Be It resolved by the city council of the city of Algona, that the contract entered into on the 10th day of January, 1898, by and between the city of Algona, Iowa, of first part and Crelhn and Lovell of second part, be and the same is hereby approved; and the bond given to said city of Algona, Iowa, signed by Crellin and Lovell as principal, and A. Hutchison as surety, be and same is hereby accepted and approved, and that the said city clerk return and deliver to Crellin and Lovell the money deposit made by them. Moved and seconded, that the resolution as read be passed. Ayes—White, Vesper, Dingley, McMahon, Paine, Slagle, Cbapin and Sayers. Noes— none. Carried. Moved and seconded, that the rules requiring three readings be suspended and ordinance No. 20 be placed on its final passage. Carried. Moved and seconded that the ordinance as read do pass. Ayes—White, Vesper, Dingley, McMahon, Paine, Slagle, Chapin and Sayers. Noes— none. Carried. Be it resolved by the city council of the city of Algona Iowa, that warrants of $500 each, to the amount of $1,000 be issued for the purpose of defraying Is the place to go for Sugar, per hundred pounds, . 17 pounds of granulated sugar for . 25 pounds of good raisins for Eight bars of Jaxon soap for Eight bars of white laundry soap for Eight bars of Lenox soap for Ten bars of Royal soap for . All package coffee per pound, Best Perfection oil per gallon, 1.00 I.OO .25 •25 •25 .25 .10 .10 C. T- in Prank Devine of Livermore was a pleasant caller Saturday. Frank spent 12 years in the Arizona mining regions and had his plans all made to go to Alaska, coming home for a short visit. This was 10 years ago. His parents were growing old and urged him to remain so strongly that he gave up.the Alaska trip. His father John Devine, is quite hale at 81 years but his mother/who is 84 years old, is quite feeble. He thinks he might have been in on the ground floor at Klondike if he had gone as he planned. L. Witham brought in last week a copy of THE UPPER DES MOINES dated Aug. OA 1RfiR - the first issue of thls paper expenses in extending the present, sewer system, and that the mayor and city clerk be authorized to draw the same and the city treasurer be empowered to negotiate for their sale. Moved and seconded, that the resolution as read do pass. Ayes—White, Vesper, Dingley, McMahon, Paine, Slagle, Chapin and Sayers. Noes— none. Carried. Motion made and seconded, that John Switzer be recommended as a suitable person for the appointment of night policeman. Carried. Be it resolved by the city council of the city of Algona, that the walk along INSURANCE [ Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Office over Algona State Bank. THE BUBT OBEAMEBY EEPOBT. A Bis Business for 1897-It Is Ono of ICoBSUlli'B Best Institutions. The Burt creamery during 1897 has handled 5,605,935 pounds of milk, made 250,926 pounds of butter, and paid out to patrons $41,964.78. . Public Lyceum Pronram Following is the program for Saturday evening next, at 7:30 o'clock, free to every body: _ High School Glee Club Edgar Winkel Hattle Clarke ,,-„ . f - tinT , '. Eva Randall Recitation • • • • _ yosta Klny on Debate "'Resolved that the printing press has been a greater factor in civilization than the steam engine Affirmative: Harley LaPlant and Homer Hoi-ton. Negative; Harold Hutchins and Bert .Clarence Yottoi IRVINGTON, IOWA. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Rockford of Rockford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. GEO. M. BAILEY. The Big Dipper Bowman ' <anln . Paper: .' .' .' .' .' ! .Ha' Schichtl and Ethel Laird me ciuy 01 .tugum", »"«•« —•- ••—- -—- .= the north and east sides of lot eight in block 20, original plat, Algona, Iowa, is in an unsafe and dangerous condition and the samebe, and is hereby condemned, and the city marshal is hereby instructed to notify the owner or owners of the property abutting said walk to rebuild the same; that said walk shall be built eight feet in width, of . Condensed General Lessons Song .!'.!'. '. '. '. '. '• • • • '• • • Hi e ft S on ° o1 Glee Club 26, 1865, the first issue and has been a continuous sub- two inch plank, with at least stringers and the cost of said fine business showing. The list of farmers "bo are buying the Little. Traveler fence machine speaks for its merits. -tve aa wui * said about it in this issue. Recent letters have been received in that the Bel monu eral at Des Moines was that soclation money. "coon. .Algona indicating . railway extension may be spring if we take hold of it. Marriage licenses have been toOhas. Anker and Mary Julius Bldgood and Viola Cox, Cowing and Minnie Rosslng. A dime social will be given evening at the residence of . made WUB issued Friday Scott Rome Woodworks writing letters abou land seekers . telling about Texas. t O. B. Purdall is flgur^now on put- council will encourage the movement C. J. Dutton'e Irvingto resented in our advertising this week. Mr. Dutton is a merchant and, makes prices goads. Dr. Triban. has word that a "7. H- Nycum's illness at got fin iail He yelled so down PU thatthe l couS y o y fflclals threw in tbe costs an^pers^aded^he judge to suspend couldn't work. A b ig audience crowded the room Saturday evening for Prof, cer's lecture on Niagara He court Spen- gave bavinB,L._0. i HiaoKm»^,^ e! J vouean( all that remained of scriber from that date. He has saved this old copy all these 32 years and it is a valuable reminder of early days. This makes Mr. Witham about aslong- time a subscriber as we can well have, unless someone can show that he was also a subscriber to the Pioneer Press, which was our immediate predecessor. Mr Witham has been one of Kossuth s best citizens and it is a pleasure to recall the many agreeable associations of ,he past with him. The fourth annual meeting of the Aleona Library association will be held in the court house hall, on Friday evening next at 8 o'clock. The especial business will be to receive the reports of the treasurer and librarian, and to elect one director in place of L. J Rice, whose terms of office expires at this time. By the provision of the articles of incorporation all persons who have contributed one dollar 01 more in cash to the funds of thie. asso four oak walk not to"exceed 40 cents per lineal foot, on or befor 10 days from the date of this notice. Incase said property owner or owners shall fail to construct said walk in the time and manner above mentioned the street commissioner is hereby authorized to construct said walk and charge the cost of construction to the abutting property in the manner provided by law. Ayes-White, Vesper, Dingley, Paine, Slagle, Chapin and Sayers. Noes—none. Carried. Moved and seconded to adjourn Carried. J. L. DONAHOO, City clerk. MONEY—On first mortgages. Money—On second mortgages. Money—On short time. Money—At lowest rates. Money—Geo. C. Call, Algona, One Price to All. Cleaning watches, $1; best springs, $1. Iowa main All"work warranted. E. G. BOWYEB. COAL and feed. Hobart.-44 •See W. H. Jones at overhead does not shine any brighter than our " ROCHESTER" nickel plated water dipper. It is made of heavy copper and then nickel plated which makes a dipper that will NEVER RUST. This is only one of the many useful household articles made by the Rochester people—which are the Jpest —not "as good"—but THE BEST of their kind made. Their extra, heavy nickel tea kettle and copper wash, boilers are marvels of weight, and are the heaviest on the market by scale test, and weight is what counts in copper. Step in and let us show you what "Rochester" goods are and then compare them with other goods. You will find in every instance that the Rochester is the cheapest, C. M. DOXSEE, HARDWARE. elation are share holders to vote. It is earnestly and entitlec desired tha LU VUUvJt 4-v **•* *"—" «r ' , ,, everv share holder attend this meeting and a cordial invitation is also ™*™A ed to all who are interested work to be present and hear BUY coal and feed at Hobart, H. Jones.-44 of W. Herd for Sale. Our entire herd, comprising registered and grade Jersey cows, yearlings and calves; also two grade Durham cows and two young Jersey service bulls. Will sell at private sale to close out "Jersey Home" farm, one mile Algona, Iowa. DVW r ...... about wittouTre'ason" apparently, ^^.v^...., the Jersey qattleman has bought theL. J. feeders extend in the what has been d'one during the past year. At the close of the business meeting a social reunion will take place and the Women's Library Aid society will serve light refreshments. KOSSUTH county plat book wanted. Inquire at Chrischilles & Herbst'e. DON'T forget Dingley & Pugh's spe* cial sale of knives, forks, and spoons- Friday, Saturday, Monday, bee big sign. What People Say of it is our basis for the assertion * that there is no cough, cold, or croup cure made equal to Orloffs Russian Grippe Cure. From all over the country people write like this about it: A BOON TO MOTHERS. New Ulm, Minn., Oct. 10,1897. I have been using in my family for coughs and colds Orlofrs Russian Grippe Cure with greater satisfaction than anything I ever knew It is a great boon to mothers. MRS. E. Y. MdKOTSOT. 100 DOSES FOR 50 CENTS. SOU) BY W. J. STUDLEY, Purveyor of Perfect Product to the People. 44t3 REMEMBER these facts; more for your money, less trouble to use and each package colors all fibers. Putnam Fadeless Dyes sold at lOo per package by E. & F. drug store. Coal and Feed. I sell coal and grind feed to order AT HOBART, IOWA, Also have feed for sale. W, H. JONBS, stin m _ A. D. Clarke has not sold out bis business in Algona, but is prepared to loan money cheaper than any man in the county. He Is here for business and intends to stay,-43tf sealed bias for grass on tie list ot 3. No bids for parts of tracts in tne list wiu ue considered hut each bid must be for an entire tract as described below. All rentals must be payable iu advance before lease will be de»v- IF you don't believe we are bargains for giving for s»lo, We have several good cows for sale for cash. Grade Jerseys, Spme are milkers and some are to come in, soon ff 43t| MRS. PHBBB HATCH. red: . .„ Southeast quarter of ............ •» Southwest quarter of ............ a Northwest quarter ot ...... ...... » 3ast half ol southeast quarter . .10 Southwest qr. of southeast qr. . .10 Northeast quarter of ............ 17 Northwest quarter of.. ...... ••••17 West half o? southwest qr. of ... 17 Southeast quarter of Northeast quarter of Northwest quarter of Southwest quavter of Northwest quarter of In Session. The dally Iowa Capital W JU be sent for four months for |"1. This will more than cover the entire session of the . legislature. The Saturday feature .of four extra pagee of oomlo and artistic ' 10 a* <»* Southeast qr. . Southeast qaarter of.. ...... :•••** Blast half ofBOftthwest quarter.U Northwest quarter of 44tt ..10 07 07 97 07 07 07 97 97 87 97 97 87 87 87 85 100 100 100 100 37 37 37 27 37 37 37 37 °7 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 37 39 SO 38

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