The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1891 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 24, 1891
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THE UPMiH Dm MQINflSs ALGHOJSTA, IOWA, WilDNMBBAY, JtTNB 24, 189L THESE ARE BY HIE POST, Wesley Has a New and Splendid Racn Track with which to Help Celebrate the Ever Glorious. But No Sunday Drivers Need Apply: the Gates Are Closed to Them—Happenings at Lu Verne. WESLEY. WESLEY, Juno 22.—E. TO. Wai to is fitting 1 up his ratio track to bo used tho Fourth. Ho IUIH ono of tho nicest race tracks you wish tosoo. Tin has boon to Considerable expense to put it in shape and It is free for anyone to use simply for tho asking;. But ho says positively that he wjll allow no ono to trot or run thoir horses thoro on Sundays, and parties goinJBhoro then will llnd tho gate locked, wo admire Mr. Waito for tho stand ho liua taken, and hope the order made by our township trustees that there shall bo no racing on our streets will bo enforced. Z. B. Barrett i« trimming up his grovo on tho property recently purchased of A. M. Tuttlc. which iidda very much to tho looks of it. Thoro lire sovoral imrtioH from Cans county hore with a ditching; on tilt, and they nro li ml ing considerable work to do. Thuy havo twolvo yoko of oxon which thuy drive thoir machine with, and are milking Home good ditches. Ltiwson i!t Oloson Brow, are putting up a now barn just north of thoir store. A. K. Kennedy is doing tho work. Our schools closed last Friday and our touchers havo taken thoir final leave of town. Prof. Wifort has been tho principal of our schools for tho past two years and has proved himself an earnest, thorough, and ollieiont toaoli- oi 1 . Thoro has never boon a teacher in our schools who has tried harder than has Mr. Sifort to interest his pupils in thoir work, and thoro has boon no tonchor who has taught horo who has suocoodod bettor than ho in that lino of work. His many friends and tlio patrons of our schools will ho sorry to see him loavo. Mr. Si fort is thinking of taking a college course, but if he should change his mind and again engage in teaching, the school board that is for- lunato in securing his services can rest .assured that thoy will havo a good toachor. Miss Jennie Fottibono has taught tho primary department for tho past three years, and it is needless to say that she has given universal satisfaction, and it soems almost impossible for tho Wesley schools to got along without her as ono of tho teachers. Applications for teaching in tho dill'or- oat departments will bo m order until Aug. I, whon they will all bo considered and a corps of now touchers so- cured. P. C. Pinch of West Bond is horo Paul Revere. Base ball game, Portland vs Wesley; music by the Wesley band; grand display of fireworks in tho evening. Everybody should come to Wesley the Fourth and bring their families along, especially the little children, to witness the grand historical parade of the veterans of Lexington and Bunker Hill, led by the grand old patriot, Paul Revere. HuflYilo church Dedication. .WESLEY, June 22.—Some of our townspeople wont over to Buffalo Forks last Sunday to attend tho dedication of tho now M. E. church. Rov. Luce of Clear Lake preached the dedicatory sermon, Rov. Luce is n. very able innn in the pulpit, and It will bo needless for us to say that tho sermon was a good ono. There was a good sized audience present and o very thing seemed to bo In harmony with tho church work thoro. Tho enterprising people of that vicinity are to bo congratulated In thoir efforts put forth in building so beautiful a house of worship. It certainly is as nice a mooting house as there is in tho county, costing them $1,775, which was all provided for except about $000. This, by tho earnest efforts of Rov. Ltico and tho pastor In charge, was so- cured. All goes to speak well for the people In that part of the county. Looking tho county over arid seeing tlio beautiful growing crops, tho neat and comfortable farm houses and burns, and talking to tho gonlnl people, ono cannot ljutsay "surely God is blessing thoso people, and thoy soo?n to bo thankful for it." And don't forget it; keep your eye continually upon this space, and remember that i" JONES HE PAYS THE FREIGHT! .' -^sfi McOormick Harvesting Machine Co., J. I; Case Threshing Machine Co., A. A. Cooper, wagons, - - • P. P. Mast & Go., cultivators, etc,, James Selby & Go., planters, etc., J.831 1842 1840 1843 1850 LOWERED THE REOOKD. . stopping with his brothor-in-law, Tom Clark, for a few days. Dr. Peters, ono of our county dad.s, stopped at tho Sherman house Monday •.night. J John Dingman and A. 55. Mmior of piiawa, Iowa, are here visiting tho family of T. C. Walton. Markets: Wheat, 7fic; oats, 27c; Saturday was a very busy day for our Imsiness men, and they had their hands full all day long, J. S. Gallagher informs us that ho is doing a third more business in tho machinery hue this spring than ho has previously done. Bonder Bros. & Co. of Sponcor are making urrungomonts to close their elevator horo for this season, Thuy in- tond to handle bulod hay in connection with grain another season. LU VERNE. "LirVioiiNK, Juno 22.—Thoro wore two •chimney swoops in town last wook, and thoy made quilo a good deal of fun for tho boys. E. Pearson of) Codar Rapids was in town last week. Mrs. I. P. Harrison returned homo from her visit nt Webster City. J. A. Welch started by loam last wook for Albert !,r;i lo visit a fow days with onoofhisdiildron, who lives there. Thoro wore n, couple of Italians on the street Wednesday with a trained boar Tho Odd Fellows' hall is now ready dor occupation, and tho boys are llttin'"' it up in grand stylo. ° W^L. Niver lias 70 acres of wheat that is ii(! inches thigh. Pretty good. J. A. Morrison, who has been for tho past month working at Sioux Falls, returned Thursday morning, Jno. Q. llanna, who lives about 250 miles vest of Fort Worth, Texas, is visiting with his brothers George and B. W. Banna of this place. Mrs. Dr. Lacy, who him boon visiting at Indianolii for tho past few weeks, returned homo Thursday. A party of railroad tax workers passed through town this morning. Pay car on the M. & St. L. passed through Friday. B, F. Burtis'bought some 90 bond of hogs Saturday within throe miles of Wesley to bo delivered hero. Miss Brink of Fort Dodge, a sistor of Mrs. Ed. Welch, is visiting with them at present. W. B. Person will Jinish another large barn this week, this making tho Jourth this spring, all largo ones. Thoro are quilo a number of horses side ut present around horo. Leslie Barton has live that are sick with some dispaso. Hert ICdimuiilB Wins tlio Stitto Clmiu- ploii Hicyclo Mcdal-Onry Gnrllcld Wins tho Hoy'H Modal. Tho eighth annual mooting of tho Htn,to bicycle association was full of honors for Algona's contestants, and thoy como homo with thoir well won buirols. They had no intention of racing whon they wont, but concluded to enter a fow races after they arrived. Thoy won from tho start, and thoro is no doubt that tho state championship medal for tho host milo on a safety will bo awarded to Bert Edmonds. His contestant boat him a few foot, but it is discovered that ho was not eligible to tho race, and ho will probably not bo allowed to carry tho trophy. Tho first race was milo, safety, called tho novice i-iico, and this Bert Edmonds took in 3:10.1. Tho two milo safety he won in G:C5±. In tho one milo safety for state championship ho was a fow foot behind W. E. Bowman, who won in 8:07}, and who will bo ruled out. In tho two milo safety for professionals ho came in third, a Chicago man getting first in 0:15, and a Minneapolis man getting second. Gary Garflold's race was for boys under 10 years, and bo was only ]!i! Tho Newton Democrat in reporting tho races says " Tho half rnilo safety for boys under Hi years was won in tho extraordinary time of 1:40, by G. G. Gnr- llold of Algona." Ho not only broke tho boys' record, but won tho race against older and much heavier boys. Over 150 wheelmen attended tho mooting. They wore handsomely entertained, and a banquet was spread for them by the city. Dr. Gurfleld and Ihos. F. Coolco wore both present and report u most successful mooting. The doctor had unquestioned first place as elderly rider, adding still more to tho honors of Algona. Tho records made at this mooting, and are tho best state records, nre: Half mile, safety, 1:28}; two milo, ordinary, ti:80; half mile, ordinary, ]:2!)j; ono mile, safety, 8:07if; qunrtor milo, ordinary, 4,'i seconds; quarter mile, safety, 42J seconds. B. S. Morgan & Go,, mowers, - - 1834 Hearst, Dunn & Go., planters, - - 1860 John Deere, plows, etc., - - - . 1854 Moline Wagon Co., wagons, etc., - - 1865 isvo Of the New Wigwam at Algona, Iowa, is agent for the above well-known and reliable institutions. Compare this list with anything you have seen, and then decide where to buy your farm implements for the season of 1891. TOPICS OF THE TIME. MaiTlocl. The Sioux City Journal of Friday has tho folio wing announcement: Married— At the residence of tho bride's brother, A. F. Call, No. 1712 Pierce street, Juno 18, at 7:!IO p. in., by Rov. James Miller, uncle of tho groom, Frank B. Miller to Miss Nina Vesta Call, both of Sioux City. The wedding reception was hold from 8 to 10 o'clock, and friends to tho number of 100, including a number from out tho city, congratulated the happy couple and greeted ono another, Illling tho beautiful homo of Mr. and Mrs Call which was elegantly decorated w,ith flowers and enlivened by the strains of Sassano's harp. Mr. and Mrs. Miller loavo this morning on an extended trip, including tho eastern citios and a sojourn on tho Atlantic sea coast. . ;; Cough. " Wo hi'vohnd an e,) ! demte of whooping cough hoi-o." says A. U. Pope, Stewart, Tonn., "end Chimibor-ii' i s Cough Remedy hus boon trie only med : c : no tlii't has done us any good.'' Tno.-o )s no danger from whooping eoufth when til's remedy Is free' y given. It completely controls the disease. Fifty cent bottles for sale by F. W. Dingley, Algona. A Good Tiling for tlii- Grip. A recent num'ior oC tlio Ar>utiuerr;uo, N. M., Di-ily C'iixon contt>'ns the following ed itoriul: Sovonil persori Ulfr.ily recommend Chi'iii mi-Uii.i's Cough Kernc'dy as a remedy for tho :<rip, now so prevalent. E. W. Kilhoiirno, the county surveyor, sn.ys a bottlo of this remedy gave him i-d'eJ!. Th's medicine is prepared by Chn .11 jerlain &Co. Dos Moines, Iowa, oucl it is having a big salo in this city. Sold by F. W. Dingley. It Snvm Tlieir Lives. Iu almost every neighborhood there are one or more persons whose lives havo been saved by Chamberlain's Colic, Cnoleru and Diarrhoea Remedy, or who have been cured of chronic diarrhoea by it. Such persons take special pleasure In recommending the remedy to others. The praise that follows the introduction and use makes it very popular. F. W. Dingloy sells 25 and 50 cent bottles. A Suggestion. If you are troubled with rheumatism or lame back allow us to suggest that you try the following simple remedy; Take a piece of flannel the size of tho two hands, saturate it with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bind it over the seat of the pain. It will produce a pleasant warmth and relieve you of nil pain. Many severe cases have been cured in this way. Tlio Pain Balm can bo obtained from F, W. Dingloy. ideas?" "I don't know, weally, unless ho gets watali on the bwain." Miles' Nerve and Liver 1'lllH Act on a new principle-regulating the liver, stomach, and bouelH Umnigh the nerves. A new dls covery Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness- bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for men, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, surestl Fifty doses 25 cents. Samples free ttt F. W. Dlngley's drug store. English Spnvln Liniment Removes r'j hard, soft, o.- calloused lumps or blemtslies :.-o;o Uovses. blom' spavin, curbs, splints, sweeney i-'-iig uono. stifles, sprains, all swolleu tiii-oatii; etc. 9 10 by use of one bottle; warrantee!. rno: t wonaorfulolem- sh cure ever unown. bolu uy Dr. Sheetz. Itch cured In HO minutes by Wolford's Sanitary Lotion. Solu by Dr. Sheetz. Consumption Cared. An o'd physician, retired, from practice, hav ..!!> had ,iaceclli- i)s .auich uy ;< i India missionary thefo..mul of ;>, simple vegetable remedy 'o.- tie speed" .md pei-mnuent cure of consuuipllon. bi-oach^ls, catiu-i-b. asthma, [•i)cl p.l! u '.iioat pna Iun2•; (lections, svso a yosl- t-vea-.u' Mdlccl 'o: nervous uebllltj and ill! uervonsco.npinli)i,,s (Utorhavlu^ iestod Its wonderful err.f'hve oowevs lu » nT'.j.inds of canes, has fe) ft Uls auiy to ..I'.'ive u luiowu to his, snFei-j 1 13 fellows. Actrate- ,>v t Js moilve and it desi.-e to .elleve ..unmrn suffering. I will send ii'ee o?o;inrge, to a"! ,7*10 Oesl.e 'u this recipe, :i) Gennau, Fi-ench, or Englls'.i.' r<;th full dli'ectloas for preparing ano iibhig. Sent by mall by addressing with stamp, naml-i" this paper. W. A. Noyes, 820 Powers' Bloclt! Rochester, N. Y. Successor to J.J, Wilson, Office and Yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALGONA, - IOWA. ALEX. WHITE, Agent. Handles the best of all descriptions of DP. Hathaway. ft_ U_ UArM tf\f mm •* . ._. ** Somorvillo Journal: It weakens a young man's enthusiasm, no mutter how much he may bo in love, whon ho gets the first ini- pasHionato letter from his inamorata and lliuls that she spells dear " deer." A Safe Investment. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of your purchase price. On this plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottlo of Dr. King's New Discovoi-y for Consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case when used for any affection of the throat, lungs, or chest, such as consumption, inflammation of tho lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough, croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to take, perfectly safe, and can always bo depended upon. Trial bottles free at L. A. Sheetz 1 drug store. 1 M. HADLEY, M. D., ABSiSfe (Begular Graduates. Registered.) The Leading Specialist of the Weat. Frlvate, Blood, Skiu and Nervons Diseases. WESLEY WILL CELEBRATE, Wlmt tlio Visitor AVUJ jo lnrt „„ tlu , 1'ourtll-A lavo Town iiiul IMoiity of AmuBomimt. WJSSLKY, Juno 22.—Wesley will celebrate the grand old Fourth iu grout style. Everybody should como and have a good tiino. Not being able to give the programme in full, wo give it in part: President of the day, C. K. Oleson; marshal, G. W. Eddy; vice presidents, Nate Studer, Prairie; Tom Way, Britt; Wm. Ward, Stilson; Wm Hays, Sexton; H. Isonburger, German- A. Dinger, Bancroft; G. W. Hanua LuVerue; Ed. Lloyd, Boono; C. H Payne, Corwith; Thos. Gray, Orthol; Bobt. Lane, Buffalo; D. A. Haggard, 4r8? mi;T P 1 C> A1!on > Portland; Case Wutse, Ramsey. Rev. A. L. Tryou will deliver the oration. The programme will consist of good horse races, foot races, sack races, egg races, wheelbarrow races Jtud all kinds of races. There will bo a grand parade representing the Lexington and Bunker Hill veterans led by AV. C. T. ir. ami Amendment Bay. There will bo u special mooting bold in tho reading room on Saturday afternoon, Juno 27, at 3 o'clock. Tho object of tho meeting is to observe tho ninth anniversary of tho enactment of the prohibitory amendment in Iowa. Every woman, whether a member of any tomporuuoo society or not, who fools grateful for this prohibitory law in Iowa, should bo present. Lot us have a largo attendance and an enthusiastic meeting. All members of the W. C. T. U. of tho reading room association are requested to moot at 2:fl()o'clock for tho transaction of important business. Merit Wins. Wo desire to say to our citizens that for years wo have boon selling Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New LiI'o Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salvo, and Electric Hitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well or that give such universal satisfaction. Wo do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase prico if satisfactory results do not follow their use. Thoso remedies have won thoir groat popularity on their merits. Sold at Dr. Sheet?.' drug store. i i who by tholrown acts or Imprudence or folly suffer from Nervous Debility, Ex- hiiusttng drains upon the fountains of life, affecting tno mind, body and manhood, should consult tho celebrated Dr. Hathaway at once. Ke- niembor nervous diseases (with or without dreams) or debility and loss of nerve power, treated nclentlllcally, by new methods, with great uuccess. , It makes no differ- 'encc what you have taken or who has —«..>. failed to cure you. X.OST MANHOOD and all weakness of the lexual organs absolutely cured. FEMALE DISEASES cured at home without Instruments! a wonderful remedy. "uuuuc -CATAKKH and Diseases of the Bkln, Blood. Heart, Liver and Kidneys. ^ S YPIIir,IS. The most rapid, naf o and eflectiva remedy. A complete cure guurauteed. e "° l '" YO or All kinds cured Which includes everything that is possibly needed for the construction of anything from a picket fence to the very finest residence. * e , WE MEET ALL COMPETITION. Come and give us a chance to figure your Ulls, and we will prove that this is not merely idle talk. BISCHAJIOE8 promptly . MY METHODS. , e consultation at the office or by man. xamluatlon and cnveful Aro You AJlvo To the importance of keeping up with tho times? If so, subscribe for that newsiest and host of metropolitan weeklies, Tho Sioux City Journal, lu order to give this paper tho widest possible circulation tho publishers havo made tho following uuprocodontodly low prices, from this date, for tho campaign: Single copies to Nov.. 10,1891 35 cents; clubs of five or more to Nov. Hi, 181)1, 20 cents each. Sample copies free. Address Perkins Bros. Co., Sioux City, Iowa, Fence Your Farms. If you are in need of a good fonco machine call on McDermott & Dalton, Algona, Iowa. It will work up any material you have on the farm. The wire W A> ^ y° u 7 oent8 a rod > a| tf machine 9uu. Cheapest fence in the market. Ht3 MeDERMOTT & DALTON. FOB the northwestern saeugerfest to lie hold at Milwaukee, excursion tickets will be sold by the C., M. & St. P. Ry., July 7 and 8, at fare ono way for the round trip.-13-2 To RENT—House, five rooms, jr. E Stacy. - — Arnica Salve. Tlio best salvo iu tho world for bruises, cuts, sores, ulcers, suit rhoum, fever sores, totter, chilblains, chapped hands, corns mid nil slciu eruptions, tiud positively cures piles or no pay is required. It is guaranteed to Kive perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price ar>o a box; sold by Dr. Shoote. Texas Siftings: Eve was the first person iu tho newspaper business; at least she was an Ad. solicitor wheu she wanted the old inuu to try the apple. Honuu'kable Facts. Heart disease Is usually supposed to be Incurable, but when properly treated u luize proportion ofcases etui be cured. Thus Mrs. Elmlra Hatoh of Wkliai't, IiiU.,<uid Mary I-. Bakerot Ovid, Mich- were cured after suffering 20 years. S. C. Llnbur eer, druggist at Sun Jo»e, an,, siivs that Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, which cured the foiuie. 1 . "worked tu.itlere for his wife." Lev! Logan of Buchanan, M ..who had hen-t disease for SO years, says two bottles made him •• 1'cul :ike a new man." J)r. Miles' New Hem t Cum Is sold and guaranteed bylt.W. Dingley, iirui;«ist. Book ot wonderful testimonials free. • i * A National Kveut. The holding of the World's Kulr in u o! scarcely tlfty yeara old will be a remarkable i .cut, but whether It win really benefit Uils nation f •much «s the discovery of the Resto c.'ve Nervine by Dr. trunklln Miles, Is doubtful. Tills is Just what the American people need to cure their excessive rer- yousness. dyspepsia, Headache, dlzzlneas. sleeplessness, neuralgia, nervous debll'tv, dullness, confusion ^ of uiind. etc. U ucts like a churiu. frlal butt'.es and fine book on " Nei vous siui SSS . S ls u, 1< °^?'", wlttl unequaled testimonials, free ut K. W. Dlngley'a drug store, Algonu. u Is warranted to contain no opium, uioruhlue, or dan- Washington Star: Miss Chifon—Why Dps that young man ape the English? Miss Tulle-'jBecauso ho is u monkey, I —V ^»—_ . 4. Moderate clinrgcs and easy torma of payment. •A-home treatment cuu be given lu a uwjoricybt Cases. oouoi Bend for Symptom Blank No. 1 for Men IS5S IS' §y."'P'9'.S H' 1 "* KO. ? for WoS omen. JEWEL ASOLEN ARE THE BEST. Made in 45 Styles. :> FJtCES FROM S4.00 TO S33.0Q. SOLD EVERYWHERE, INQUIRE OF YOX7B DEALER. JHlow plain to njy mind m the scenes 6F « .. Hjy <~'/nu/]ooa. ; /(sniy recollection recallsthemiov/ew« '-..i '[u^oafte poles of TI c i , f Sfreeijtassv I lje5moke and fyeSmeJJ tyaf my cc i |? kncy Kr?ew! lose days ofoGAP Aijd .. . coijseque»j( an nave loijgf since departed," we ._ pray and we hopej IfyeuseoffljeshjfPgaiuo A As 6001^ ds ftey offered us N.K.FAIRBANK&COL, CHICAGO, MADE JIT GEORGE M, CLARK * CO., Chicago. \ Washington Post: "I § I do you wockou a man Clwlly, how lis n flow of The Deming Co/s PUMPS For EVERY DUTY, also WEL1.8UPPUE8. At* Y9W n««I«r tor Them. Henion & Hubbell, Qtnl Wislern A 8 U. CHICAGO, IU. * NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL. STATE OP IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. —In the district court. To all whom It may concern: Take notice that there has been liled In the office of the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, on the 10th day of June, 1801, an instrument in writing bearing date the 3d day of December, 1880, and purporting to be the last will and testament of Elizabeth Chaffee late of said county, deceased, was produced and publicly rend, and that the second day of the next term of said court, to be holdeu on the lath day of October, 1801, at the court house in Algona aforesaid, has been nxod for proving said will: and at a o'clock p. in. of the day above mentioned, all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear in said court, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last will and testament of said deceased. Algona, Iowa, June 10,1801. 10f ,, A. A. BRUNSON, 1 ~ td Clerk of District Court. K IOD'S GEUM EUADICATOR" POSI- lively cures all diseases—because it kills all germs, bacteria, parasites, microbes, and uiilmalculiu in the system, which the proini neut physicians in convention agreed vraa the CftUSO Of Uil uiS6£lB6< 1*ll6 till* WtltOl* VGESttt* h 'es and fruit are full of these little worms, i ls , *? S?* arrh ' consumption, diabetes, and __ight's disease, cancers, tumors, and all so- called incurable diseases. (Never known to fall to cure consumption, catarrh, kidney troubles and syphilis.)* Retailed in »&, »3, ana »a sizes, sent anywhere on receipt of price, ils Is the only genuine article i all others are -,-ngerous counterfeits. Dr. Sheetz Issues guarantees to cure all ailments for Kidd'a Ge«u Erodicatov for the rnanufaeturers. LOUIS LESSING. Agent. , **tewW— A...-.

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