The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 12, 1891 · Page 8
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THESE SPECIALS BY POST WESLEY. WESLEY. Aug. If.—Mrs. Fannie Waid of Hampton la here visiting her father and mother, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. BoMnson. 6. W. Eddy returned home Tuesday from Detroit, where he was tending the ffl-unlorl of the G, A. R. Mr. Eddy reports a splendid time while there among his old comrades. S. W. Mayers of Hampton was in our town Monday and Tuesday of this week looking after the prineipnlship of our schools. Our school hoard will take action on all applications this week. Quite a flutnrwr of our town people took in the sights at Spirit Lake Sunday. The Misfen MuPherson's now store room is now under headway. It will he quite a flue looking- buildins" when done. Olof Johnson of Algona Has been doing considerable plastering in this part of the county lately. He has just finished up three jobs and has several more to do at once. Olof can make the mud fly when he tries. The masons have the stone work for the Catholic school house about completed. Father Nichols of Algona was in our town Monday of this week. Mr. Tnui'iai.ofSpencer, one of the firm of Bender Bros. & Co., was in our town.Tnp:'il:iy looking after their interests her", T!x>y are building- an addition to their elevator besides putting- up a hay barn r>0x40 feet. New otits arc coming to town, 20 cents W the price paid. Oats is a big crop in this part of the county this year. • Last Saturday night there was a young man by the name of Pete Johnson, who lived neai; Corwith, who came over to Wesley in company with several other young men. In going home his team started to run off, and he dropped the lines. In trying to pick them up he fell over the dashboard of the bugay and was caught in the .hounds and tongue of the buggy and -dragged for about a mile in that condition. When taken out he had one shoulder broken and his skull fractured He died in about two houraafter he wiw taken out. It was reported that there were a couple of young men in the bu"-- gy at the time, and wore under the in- .Buence of liquor more of less. WP will .not vouch for the trut.h of this statement, but, let it be HH it may, it was a very sad affair. John Ford, our city editor, was taking in the sights of Algona Monday f.. S. Barrett went to Britt, Tusday, -on business. Jim Clark, r. brother of P. M. Butts, arrived here SM tin-day from Chicago with the remains of one of their little children, to hav it buried here in the Wesley cemetery. The little one had not been well since tho family were afflicted with scurlot fever about a year ago. It was two yours and ten months aid when it died. THE UPPER DBS MOIRES: ACGONA, IOWA, WEiMfESPAYj AtJOPST'ia. mi "•—•'—• '• • --i, — ,*.•._!— .L._ , . . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BMB^BIHIHMHHBBHiHBHBBSfliiiiihlliiBii^BiilllBH^ . .,_ * ...._.-, .. . brother, whom she and her fatner had not seeft for 30 years. The old man and the lady just came from Not way, across the water, and you may rest assured that it WHS a very pleasant meeting. This is something tfiat don't occur very often. J Chris. Korsland and family were vis- itora in town the first of the week. mtmBmtvummumm mis TOPICS OF fHE TIME. fill* Uncertain Weather Call* for that Will Act Qnlckly. For dfarrboee or summer complaint tn any form there is nothlngr better than CTmmberlnin's Colic, Cholera, and Diarr- ioea remedy. Mrs. Nancy Berry of Adams n Lawrence county, Ky., says one dose of t cured her of an attack of diarrhoea; two or three doses will cure any ordinary case. When rednced with water it Is pleasant to take. Sold in 25 and 5fl ceht bottles by F. W. Dingley. The Mnlnntay in Hid Family. Autf. Hornung, a well-known manufacturer of boots and shoes at 820 Nolan street, San Antonio, Texas, will not soon forget hi f , c *P_ er!enc e with an attack of cramps, which he relates as follows: " I was taken ?i it* Vlolcnt cramp in the stomach, which I believe would have caused my death had t not been for the prompt nse of Chamberlain soolic, Cholera, and Diarrhosa Remedy. The first dose did me so much good that J followed ft up in 20 minutes with the second dose, and before the doctor could fret to where I was I did not need him. This remedy shall always be one of the mainstays in my family. Sold by F. W. Dingley, druggist. J 8 And don't forget it; keep your eye continually upon this space, and remember that JONES HE PAYS THE FREIGHT! McCormick Harvesting Machine Co., 1831 J. I Case Threshing Machine Co., - 1842 A. A. Cooper, wagons, - ... 1840 P. P. Mast & Co., cultivators, etc., - 1843 James Selby & Co., planters, etc., - 1850 D. S. Morgan <Sc Co., mowers, Hearst, Dunn & Co., planters, John Deere, plows, etc., Moline Wagon Co., wagons, etc., 1834 - 1860 1864 - 1865 from Experience. CADDO Mrr.w, Texas, June 5, 1891.—To the public: From my own personal knowl- <*! g< r I can recommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remepy for cramps in the stomach, also for diarrhoea and flux, it is the best medicine I have ever seen rm^ B Q^ 8 £H^? t9ellin *- A - K. Sherrill." Sold by F. W. Dingley. FOR the annual encampment, Sons of Veterans of the U. S., to be held in Minneapolis, Aug. 24 to 29, tickets will bo sold by the C. M. & St. P. railway at one fare for the round trip, selling- Aug. 23 and 24. ° 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 C your farm implements for the season of 1891. y _ in WHITTEMORE. July 10. -Threshing is XVe are having a remarkable amount •Of 8ickne,SH in thin part of the county Drs. Felling and Pholpo are on tho road every day. The little son of Mr, Oswalt, whodled Friday, was buried here Sunday. Services were held at tho Lutheran church. Some over a hundred of our people numbered the excursionists at Spirit Lake last Sunday. They report a very enjoyable time. H. S. Bailey, G. G. Samson, and A. H. Hotelling nnd wife attended tho races at Mason City Inst week. Father Hinton is improving. J. M. Farley is improving his residence by a bay window on the south. Miss Fleece of Pomoroy, a sister of Mrs. Ridgway, is hero visiting. H. H. Hatch is enjoying a visit from his brother's wife, of WatHnka, 111. A cousin of tho Misses Hotelling is here spending a few clays. The little daughter of C. C. Samson has been side for .some lime, but is improving. Don't forgot the sponinl .shoo sale at J. K. Beattlo's Saturday, Aug. 15. Mike MoJJonnld threshed 1,400 bush- ols of barley Friday, at Lillibridge's, In nine hours. For top prices in all kinds of grain and hogs como to Whittemoro, and don't forget it. Look around for other bargains for they aro to bo found. Wo have some young men hero who need looking after, also a year or two in the reform school. Por'hups it would make men of them. R. J, Malono Is doing as much business as any agent on tho line, with no helper. Weather and Crops. DES MOINES, Aug. 8.—The weather has been generally favorable for harvest work and threshing, and the small grain crops are mostly secured in all portions of the state. Reports of threshers are very flattering, and there is a probability that the round-up of the year will show a considerable increase in the yield per acre of oats over the averages of the regular August report. Corn has made fine progress during the week, and the outlook is decidedly improved .since August 1. Five or six- weeks of favorable weather will insure :i handsome yield of that staple. A number of fatal wises of" black tongue" are reported among the cattle near McCausland, Scott county. ALGOUA PEOM THE OUTSIDE. LU VEHNE. LUVEKNE, Aug. 10.— S. C. Platltook the noon train, Friday, for Dos Molnos where ho will have tho pleasure of mooting with his brother, who lives at Topoka, Kan. . It was the hottest day of tho sonnon Friday, f)0 in tho shade. Mrs, R. V, Scott and daughter took tho train, Thursday evening, for Now York atato for a visit among relatives They will bo gone for sorao time. I . II. Croso of Llvormoro was a caller last week, The carpenters have resumed work on Dr. Lacy's residence. Wm. Person started out lust week with his threshing machine for the fall work. Mrs. A. Rlchy returned to LuVorno Just week. A gentleman is hero from Dos Molnoa putting a furnace, for hoatin" purposes, in C, II. Liehty's now rosf- uunce. Luther Blood i.s on tho sick list at present, and taking a lay olT for a fovv days. H. L. Simmons is going to try to have Im Grippe Again. - the epidemic of la grippe last season Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, couffhs, nnd colds proved to be the best remedy. Reports from the many who used it confirm this statement. They wo-.-e not only quickly relieved but the dis ca.-jo left no ,j- r 'd after results. We ask you -'.V tins remedy and wo guarantee tnat you will 1)0 satisfied with, results, or tlio purchase price will be refunded. It has no cmuil in Ia(?rippeor any throat, chest, or lung troublo. Trial bottles free at L. A hhente.' Large bottles, 50c and $1. 2' Hnppy HnnsierH. Wm. Tlmmons, postmaster at Idavillo Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters has done more/or mo than all other medicines combined for that bad feeling arising from kidney and fiver trouble." John Leslie, fat-man" stockman of same place, says: " Find Electric Bitters to be tho best kidney and liver medicine; It made me feel like a new mun. J. W. Gardner, hardware dealer f{. im ?J ow 1' says: " Eloetrie Bitters is Just the thing for a man who is all run down and don't care whether ho lives or dies" Su. J i OU ? t }n n0w . 8t ": on S th . g°°<l appetite, and felt just like he had a now lease of life Only SOc a bottle at L,. A. Sheetz.' 2 Rncklvn'H Arnica Snlvp. Tho bo»t salve in the world for bruises cuts, sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores! totter chilblains, chapped hands, corns anci ail skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or •no pay isi required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 800 a box; sold by Dr. Shoetz. Hod net Ion In Flour. I will sell my Choice Patent flour for tho next ,'!0 days in lots of 200 pounds and over at $2.50 per hundred, cash. WKvory Hack warranted. I7W J. J. WILSON. II. IT. Bush Visits the City and Tells of What He Saw - A I.Ittle Politics Mixed In. The genial editor of the Hancock Signal was present at the county convention and writes pleasantly of his visit to Algona: We had the pleasure of spending last Friday at Algona renewing old acquaintances and making new ones. It was the day of holding The republican county convention for electing senatorial and representative delegates and the town was full of republicans seemingly anxious to do the best for party success. For a week or ten days prior A. D. Clarke and ,T. B. Jones, the contesting candidates for state senator had canvassed the county for delegates in such a lively manner as to set° the political pot boiling over. The contest was nip and tuck, and when the convention was called to order Andy Clarke withdrew from the contest in favor of Senator Funk of Dickinson county, and Jones, not to be outdone by his opponent, also withdrew in favor of Funk. The convention received the withdrawals with H. whoop and hurrah, and delegates wore elected for Funk. On call of townships John G. Smith had a majority for representative and he was allowed to select tho delegates We have attended a good many political conventions with the old wheel horses of Kossuth county and always found them "top shelf politicians," and we find the younger men of that county equal to the old set. For four years past the republicans of that county have been divided into factions and usino-the knife unmercifully, but there is a good feeling this year to forget and forgive and work for party success. Kossuth county should give a republican majority of 300 or 400, and will do it if the republicans will let the past be forgotten and pull together. Algona has grown into a city of second class, and is a beautiful place. We were surprised at tbe many improvements which have been made in the past few years fine business blocks and residences, improved streets, and water works. They show push and enterprise and we congratulate its citizens. b Im ALGONA, IOWA. The year 1891-02 will open Sept. 1 with an entirely new corps of teachers, with the former course of study (Thoroughly revised into Normal, College Preparatory, and Commercial courses, and with Important changes In the plans of the school. Under Its new manage- , TV,™. XT Tj SCHO °, TJ years' SBh- fis -foVTh7besr p " 0 sitlonsVteache?s Sthem A i * ^ OSO whose time and means are limited but who need a drill in the In the common branches and an insight into the elementary studies of the profession to enable them to do good work in our district schools. .J. To those who wish to make thorough rfillfl.l'JI.tJnn rrvl* r\r\t1arrn. t /*\i*« W1. .. . « n . Successor to J, J, Wilson, Office and Yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALGONA, - IOWA. rr r, ,, , va "*> Biauumea inr entrance In the state Department of any college 1 4. To the young men and young women wh desire an education equal to that afforded b op seminaries: The Academic, or Co'llee Preparatory Course, gives to such the choic of elective studies from either of the othe courses, in place of the languages, If desired a. To those who wish to make preparatio for business: The instructor chosen for thi department is a graduate of one of our bes business colleges-has been a successful teach er In tho same college, and has had practica business experience as well. 6. To those who wish to take up stu_ without entering upon a regular course ther is a wide range each term from which to se stnd a d ?* h d r clasaes wlu be founded in anj Much care has been used In selecting In strnctors in ELOCUTION, Music, PAINTING and STENOGHAPHY. i am e cR rIncIl)al w111 send to an 7 wishing It the Hi*; 3 ann °uncement, and will answer fully all letters of inquiry. * F. M. CHAFFEE, Principal. Iowa State Normal School CEDAR FALLS, IOWA. A Kntal Mistake. Hhyjlolans make no more fatal mistake than whenthey inform patients that nervous hear troubles coma from the stomach and are of little consequence. Br. Kianklln Miles, the noted "* ana specialist, has proved the contrary in nls new iW w 1 nVni l i«v?« to Si !le '" vvhlc " maj ' be hu(1 frefi m in VIM i Ruaraiilees and tecoin- ftAtotoW^fa^^ffit the world It cures nervous and organ "heart disease, short breath, fluttering, pain or tenderness n the .side, arm or shouffler, rreguFa 'pulle fainting, smothering, dropsy, etc. HlaTtestor itlve Nervine cures headache, (Its, etc. " ei «o««ive Jfow to Succeed j-^St ar 1 •ssssr^siaa? ar A ttAs^^&'^^-BfffiS ^ft&SSfifi^^ «$g WnitlflEr ITIPnAV tlmn n..«« I II * lll ^° '*P« U1I1H Dr. Hathaway. D Th< The ---- -.- ..-. of the West* Blood, Sltlnaud Nervous Dlseaaea. V TTOTTNe MEM > whobythelrownactg of Imprudence or folly suffer from Nervous Debility, Expatiating drains upon the fountains of life, affecting the mind, body and manhood, Btionld consult the celebrated Dr. Hatti- oway at once. Remember nervous diseases (with or without dreams) or debility and loss of nerve power, treated sclentlllcally, by new methods, wltb great euccesa. i It makes no differ- 'ence what you have •-•-— or who Una a news stand to supply tho public with r of several varieties, roadintr muttoi „, ouvurm vunouos, which lie thinks will bo a convenience to tho people (it largo. The men who aro going to put in the now lumber yard hero are on the grounds, mid will soon commence onor- atlons. ' Dr. E. T. Holt of Wohator city la aero ready to do all kinds of dental WOfrCt Our creamery is now in tho hands of a stock company, formed by citizens of Algona, ami will in all probability be run on'a sound basis. l J[ h w r0 L WaS nl ulte ttu inoi dont occurred last week. 1 hero was au old man and his daughter came in on tho train and put up at the Commercial house, and while there they fell into conversation mnn ft" 0 * 1 '?! 1 ' ^ Utlei » aD i but » yOUHgOr man than the first. The ladv while Wklpjr, dieoovorod that It £«, i£? cyeVe,rb7tl,eg1e»rs^^S?b tt r t . IV &{fe e s rVi ?o e ' U , 0n , er «°," s .. seua , fl8 ' «w headache, the blues, ous proiiirfiuOTii Ht66ples3n6s8 nounilKlH St ^MSSS^ Miles' Nerve and Ijivcr Pills Act on a new principle- regulating the liver stomach, and bowels thioi-gh the nerves A new'MS co\ ary. Dr. Mies' Piifs spredllVcure biliousness* bad tiiste, t-jrpld liver, piles, constipation Dn- 1T mi'i i "i men ' women ' and children. Small- W^^u^^&ff^ s '»»- Half K,,t08 to SJoui City. On account of the annual mooting of the Knights of Pythias at Sioux city, the Chicago & Northwestern Railway company will sell excuraion tickets to tnat point and return at one faro for the round trip. Tickets on sale Aug. 10, n, and 12, good to return Aug. JO For further information apply to agent Chicago & Northwestern road.-life English Spavin Liniment soft, or calloused lumps or A Technical School for Teachers, Established, supported, and supervised by the State of Iowa. Sixteen Specialists in the Faculty. More than one hundred candidates for graduation the coming school year. Students are graduated anytime during'the year when the course is completed. State certificates granted by law to graduates of the school. Write for HOMER H. SEERLEY, Prest. State : University OIF 1 ZO"<W".A.- ALEX. WHITE, Agent. Randies the best of all descriptions of BUILDING MATERIAL Which includes everything that is possibly needed for the construction of anything from a picket fence to the very finest residence. WE MEET ALL COMPETITION. Come and give us a chance to figure your bills, and we will prove that this is not merely idle talk. 5ANTA CLAUSSOAP. Skln - The Several Departments will Begin the Year 1891-92 on Sept. 16. Each department is thoroughly equipped for efficient work, and no pains wilf be spared to afford students the best possible opportunity to pursue their chosen lines of study. For pa£ ticular information as to the respective departments, address as follows : cai)ec -" ve ae Iow°"cfty. te ~ CharleS A- Scliaeffer - President, Law-Emlin McClain, chancellor, S. I* Et 8B oon8 "H«tloii at the office or bvmnn i Thorough examination and careful d?amo§!i 4. Moderate charges and easy terms of payment. M i.i lome treatmont caa b u given l a8 V^Sflty of guild for Symptom niank No. l for Men Bend forSymplom Ulnnl? f.'u, ?fo r Womon ~ A- ° P Huntl M> D " deail of ; L ' Boemer ' Phl G " dean r'^???", 868 !?. a11 Departments are reasonable. Cost of board In private families, J3 to »5 per week; In i clubs, »1.50 to J3.50 per week. dcU-e talo&ues ' or for general information, BV *• 6 f NK.fAlRBANK&Ca JOHN GEOVE. adcU-es CHAS. A. SCHAKFFEB, President. AUdresaorcalloQ '• Cor. t^issr'a^ssua 0 " 0 " 1 '' 8 "" NOTICE TO OCCUPYING CLAIMANT. STATK OK IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS - TpSamuulN. Goodspeed, W. W Aloorn JMl'ui"" 1 ??" 011 ' * ltln » n * Tayloi Co; and nil - concei-n: ? a PJ )oln ted to view a high- for by D. c. Adams and othAra has reported in favov of its local on a" foUows* Son" 2n e n« n S, at th / northwest TcoTner of set t Lm iiS; ft «h°' andl {; uui ' | n8 thence east on sec" K inn'S GERM EKADICATOR" POSI- al . lively cures all diseaaes-becwse It kills , aer bles and fruit are full of these little wofmt" iSfSSP S atarrhl coni «inptlon, diabetes?^ ?^i g H l ! dlsea s e . cancers, tumors, and all so- called incurable diseases. (Never known to fail to cure consumption, catan-h kidnev K 0 «Wes.and S y P hllls.r Retailed in »2. $3 an J T^U f V ent ^y^ 118 " on receipt of price. Tula is tue only genuine article; all others are dangerous counterfeits. Dr. Sheetz issues " Livery, Feed, and Boarding Stable. West of Thorlngton House. NOTICE TO OCCUPYINC CLAIMANT, STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS.— To Paul Harck, John Nyman Casper Bern hard, and all whom it may concern • TV? c .°. mm lssioner appointed to view a high way petitioned for by Paul Harck, Jens Nel ™?i'™ n £ °, tl ?? ra has re P°rte<l In favor of its lo cation as follows: Commencing at the south ^KK^^^^^fK ^ss^ys^Ks^^^s^ day ol September, A. D. 1801, or such hich- o and this 17th day of uv **» J.B.HOFIUS, County Auditor. 'erm Eradlcator for the manufac^urers. KOftO.OO > j-e,r I, bllag m«J« li y Join R \ Ooo<lYrln,'rro/,J(.V.,«lwork f«r ui. KMil« Ijrounuijf not m>k< a> much, but wt c.o "loch you qiilckl/ IIOIT to urn from (S to *1W I flf »t the ittrt, ind mur« » you go op. Bulh »iw, all »goi. ]p ID/ put «f lAnurici, you »n conmienct *t homt, ri T . .f* *" ? uut a '"*,ot ip«r« nomcpti ooljto th. work. All I. •,.„. arut f ut ft, 8M way ... thereto. 17t4 ill this 17th day c J. B. HOPIUS, County Auditor. The Deminar Co.'s PUMPS For evERYoBry."I.OW?LU SUPPLIES. M. Z. GROVE, Manager. JEWEL ASOLENE STOVES ARE THE BEST, Hac/9/n 45 jtyfa. FROM S4.QO TO 939,00, SOLD EVERYWHERE. OP 70UB HAOE BY M, CLARK * CO, Chicago.

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