The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 30, 1891 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 30, 1891
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trPMJKDJEB MOINKS: ALOO^A, IOWA, WEDNESDAY BlFT, 30, 189L THIS ONE WAS GKEATESIVJ FEOM THE oorarr TOWHS, . . VL'Fd »rv from fifth pafre.) C Sessions, A. Taylor. B E Hal.'. C^i Brevr- ster, Kinney, J Pitinegan, John Haines. Joseph TtooBipsw), Kawson, Haw-son firat: Finncgan, L withani A Taylor, C Sessions, A <T B^If-on, B«ifor> «<VY>TJ>!, Onions, N'Wni'? HuU'hluson, A K Kennedy, mrs fj Knhn firsti; JCennwl.v, Kennedy st-cond. Beets, J R Dutton. Carrots, A E Kennedy first, JR Dotton second. Psrmiipa, A B Kennedy. Tomatoes. C A Browster> ,T Kinrie- can, C A Brewstcr, A E Kennedy. Rawncm, Kawson, A E Kennedy. Cabbages. A Sawvel first, A E Kennedy set-ond- Squash, L witham first, A L Helton. Pumpkins. D A wallac*. Musk melons. Jake winkel. Red peppers, A E Kennedy first, mrs S H I'ettibone Bccoml. Cauliflower. A E Kennedy. Display vegetables, mrs M Hay* first, Itawson .worn!. Sugar beets, B F BmiUi fii-st. .1 H Uuttou sei-ond. Turnips; D A Wallace. .7as "fwnii fii-st. A E Kennedy, J H Dutton *<'<:mid. IIIV1CIOS Ci, Class 1—Fruits, Display 10 varieties, D & Miller first, Anthony Durant second. Five rarietfo), N AI Mann first, D S Miller second. Three varieties summer apples, Anthony Drmmt first, mrs C B Hutchins second. Pisphiy from mm orchard, D S Milter first, Anthony Durarit second. Sample winter apples, Durant first, Miller second. Fail apples, L witbam first, Mrs. Ramsey second. crab apples. •; .varieties, Ouraut. crab, J G Itawson first. X M Mann second. Grapes, wm-olwirv first Miller second Plums. N M Mann first, ,f O Haivsorj s<."..>.;•<]. WESLEY. WBSLEV. Sept. 26.—The republicans of Wesley township met in caucus Inst Saturdav and chose five delegates to attend the county convention next Friday at Algwna, The following are the names of the delegates: H. C. Hollenback, C. Ward, Frank Kernan, M. Cory. and Wra. Woodcock. The caucus was the largest and most harmonious that- over was held in Wesley, and was the most enthusiastic, every republican trying to make everything move to the harmony and best interests of the republican party at large. It boot* and ?hoe* I can with confidence assure my patrons that for quality of material and style of finish these goods ' have no superior in our market. Prices to suit the times. JNO. SHARP. South Dodge-st. Algona. 18 BEATS TEE WOELD'B EEOOBD. class I— M;u; tkspJav, A M Jc G M Johnson. Bet- liirt-. wm clean- ! f'l V|4ff|V f • " ' claas 1—Articles manufactured incountr, farm wagon, A M & G M Johnson first, Bradley & N'ieoulin second. Platform spring, Bradley & Nieoulin. Two-seated carriage. Bradley & Nicoulin. Single carriage. Bradley & Xicoulin. Open bupirv, Bradley & NicouUn. cabinet work. L Leasing, Brooms, John Hohn first andseeond. DIVISION J. Class 1—Butu-r and cheese, 10 pounds dairy butter, mrs 0 A Wallace. Cheese home made, F A witharn. Creamery butter, F A wileox. I>IVI.«IOX K. Cla.'* I—Pantry stores, hop bread, mrs A L Helton first, mrs D A Wallace second. Salt rising, rjjrs J G Kawson flrst. mrs Itamsay second. Graham, mrs C B Hutchins first, mr» Kamsay second/ Corn bread mrs J U Jones first, rars C b Hutcbins second. Molasses cake, mrs C B Hutchins. finger snaps, mrs J K Jones first, mrs L A Sheetz second. Cookies, mrs D A Wallace first, mrs L A Sheetz second. Biscuit, mrs Bolton first, mrs C B HuU;hliiR second eh:li sauce, mrs J H Jones first, mrs G M Johnson second. .Tellies, mrs G M Johnson Preserves, mrs C B HuU'hins first, mrs G M Johnson second. Pickles, mrs G M John- S. D n C , a ,?'"' ti fnjit ' " ln G M Johnson first, Stella deary second. Baked beans, mrs J U iMwsau. Apple pie, mrs John Grove \ inegar, mrs S S Potter first, John Ramsey second. Atifrcl food, mrs Jas Patterson PiCKles sweet, mrs C B Hutchins first, mrs g » ™Uer sfii-oiid. Pumpkin pi.-, mrs L A fc>noeu. Catsup mrs . U' Hutchins mrs Kamsiiy second. lllVISION I.. . mra J E _- i nuilt by girl under 15, Elma Ramsey. Kuit spread, mrs Sheetz. Raff carpet, mr» T H Conner first mrs C A Brewstc-r second. IvOg cabin quilt, mr« E Black ford Crazy quilt mrsiShmz flm mrs J B Winkel second. (•roclictcU skirt, Josie Pettibonc. Hooped floor mat, mrs H P Witharn. Sewing machine work, J B Winkel. Pillow sham outlines, mrs G M Johnson. Pillow shams drawn work, mrs F M Taylor, splasher, mr» Jas Taylor first, mrs Vv H Kennedy second. Knit slippers, Ollie Wilkinson. IHVIMOX M. Class 1-Paintings and Flowers-Animal painting from copy, mrs J R Jones first, nire JM Pride second. Landscape in oil mrs H E Stacy first, JosiePettibonesecond 1- lower painting m O ii, mrs j M Pdde flrgt !„/ ?rK htac J;, sec <""'- Crayon drawing mrs j R Jones first, mrs J M Pride second! Charcoal drawing, uira H E Stacy. Water color painting mrs J R ,j ()nes . Painting on, mrs C W Goddard. Variety of flowcw, mrs M Huy.s first, mrs L A SheoU second. Boutiuet, nil's W H Kennedy. Ver- bonus, mrs W H Kennedy. punsicH, J G S? W M n> TT Phlo J' J ° It!iw »on' Petunias, nu-sM Hays first. mre W H Kennedy Rccoiid House plants, mrs H E Stacy. Paper flowers, mrs C W Goddurd. Oil t, "x T'r: 7( !? ie ??"' ljont '- Millinery, Mat- BOII & McCall. Photographs, J F Nicoulin. DIVISION' X. Class 1-Fancy Articles—Embroidery on flannel, mrs E Blackford first, mrs T H w,. t W ?v tf l, SCCO " (I - Cll " cllc t work, mrs I'l-ank Wiilker. Worsted tidy, mrsC W flrst , mrs W H Kennedy. Fancy tidy.'Josio Pet; tibone first Nolli.j Taylor second. Fancy apron, Stella Clonry ilrst, Carubel Ramsey second. Pin cushion, mrs L A Sheetz first, nira Jas Taylor second. Handkerchief box mrs-W H Kennedy. Fancy basket, mrs iLdgar Hull first, J H Winkcl second .Drape. Nellio Taylor first, mrs Jus Taylor second Knit lace, mrs 1) A Wallace first, wrs 0. M Johnson. Suimpiny, Ollio Wilken- 8on. Outlining, mi's (.j jvi tloUuson first Ollio WincenHoii second. Tray doth, mrs II Putsch first, mrs L A Sheet?, second Carriugo u/Khiiii, mrs H A Palmer fireti mr8A ),Y >stel>1!l «"^> second. Lamp mat mra Jas Taylor first, Ollie Wilkensonsocond! bhawl, btolla Cloary. Bracket laiubretjulu, mrs C W Goddiii-tl first, Ollio Wilkenson secoiia Ncodlo work, Ollio Wilkonson. Silk embroidery, mrs L AShootufirst, Olliu W koiiHon Hocond. Chenille embroidery, Ollio Wilkenson. Darn notting, uirs R A Palmor Tabli; scurf, Ollio Wilkoiison. Sofa Pillow, mrs H K Goddard first, mrs Jus Taylor second. KwbroiUored chair, wira I, A Shoetx. Toilet sot, mrs Jus Tuy^ )r ' i S 1 '?, 11 w w k i Mrs G W Goildard. l-'obt rest, Nellie Taylor first, mrs S S Potter second. DIVISION' u. Class 1— Display school work, Ollio Wil- kouBon map of Brazil, Qi-aco Gafnoy. Map Congo froo state Grace Gafnoy. Map Kossuth, Sylvester McChesnoy. I'c.ninanship, Juha Hall. Original story, Simon UtiTnoy Soluuoii of problem, Annabel GafneV , • S l 1 ''^' 1 " 8 ' 8 ' Jl A> Frot;l1 ' J}usv wov'k, JosiePettibone, Music, miss Fahnestoclc. DIVISION DISCHETIOXAHV, holl Rabi, inrs M Hays first, L E Potter sCTond. Collection cacti, mrs M Hays. Pair Laugahan fowls, F M Taylor first and secund, Potato starch, uirs C Byson. woolwi yarn, mrs C' Byson. Head rest, mrs Jas lay lor flrst and second. Best drawn Y°n J ""*}* A Palmei 1 . Knit rugs, mrs K A Palmer ilrst and second, Colorv A E .Ivoi.nedy. Re K plant, A 1C JCimuody. Housowile mrs w 11 Kennedy. Ground peaches, J K Dulton. Ground chorrios, J IJulton. Bluck Spanish fowls, .1 R by the caucus that the delegates be instructed when they go to the county convention to cast their votes for the best interests of the republican party of the county. The delegate* are uninstructed as to candidates in the field, but there is no doubt but Mr. Hunt and Mr. Reed, the candidates for sheriff and superintendent will have the full delegation from here. H. C. Hoi 1 en- back was recommended as committeemen for the ensuing year. The caucus wap called to meet at*4 p. m. sharp and at that hour over 5" republicans were on hand ready for business. It goes to show very plainly that the old hobby i»f some of our people that it is always 4 o'clock till its 5, will not hold good here any more, and it will stand every man in hand to be on time as he should be. The republican party of Wesley townahip are in the best trim this fall for campaign work they ever were, and the people of Kossuth county pin look for a rousing republican majority of 7-5 votes for the nominated ticket this fall. Will Danson, Quarton. and County Attorney Joslyn were in our town Saturday. Bev, H. G. McBride has returned to this charge. He will preach here at Wesley next Sunday morning at 11 a. m., at the Buffalo appointment at 3 p. m. The .following Sunday he will preach at Wesley in the morning, at the Wm. Ward school house in the afternoon at 3 p. m., Wesley again in the evening at 7:30 p. m. • Quite a number of our town people attended the county fair and all speak well of it as being one of the best fairs Kossuth ever had. Our real estate agents have l>een busy for the past week showing land Beckers some of the lands they have to sell. There were a couple of men from near Ackley bought five miles north of Wesley and intend to come on in the spring and go to improving the same. There has been but little threshing done yet in this part of the county, but those that have claim that their'grain is yielding well and of good quality; also some pieces of flax have yielded as much as 10 bushels per acre,'while the average is about 12 to 14 per acre. Mr. E. E. Waite threshed out one field of wheat that averaged 27 bushels pet- acre. Samuel McBride of Thornton is here visiting his father and mother. A. S. White has just recently purchased a town lot joining H. Turner's property on Main street, where he intends to erect a machine shed at once. Mr. White has fuith in the machine business in .Wesley and we wish him success in his new enterprise. John G. Smith of Algona was in our town one day last week. Wesley has a republican club organ- i/ed and starts out in good shsvpe to do good campaign work for the ticket this fall. The following are the officers: President, H. C. Hollenback; vice presidents, Z. S. Barrett and T. A. Clark; secretary, John Ford; treasurer, E. F. Bacon; executive committee, F. C. Bucon, Frank Kernan, and F. Hume. The regular club meeting will be hold every Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the school house in Wesley to which any and every republican is requested to bo present and join. And all democrats who wish to flee from the wrath to come, and are tired of voting the democrat ticket and wish to be hereafter identified with the republican party, can come, too, and sign the constitution and heanifter be found on the right side. Gustaff Paulson is very much despondent sind haw a very careworn look, yet bo is trying to brace up and sing " the dogs and the cuts, the mice und the rats uro all getting married but mo." Miss Mary Norton ha& closed her dross making shop and has shipped her furniture to Hampton. She will spend a few diiys visiting among her many friends here, when, she will take her leave for home. Market: Wheat, 70@74c; oats, 18(a) !!)<:; barley, 80fVtf35c; flax, C9c; timothy scod, 95c; hay baled, $5.50(a!6.00; loose, Bert Kdmondu Proves the Winner of j the TtveJ*e-hour Bicycle Race at' l>ea Molnes—A tiold Watch Prize. The best bicycle contest ever held in the west closed at Des Moines Monday night, and two of the boys beat the was voted j world's record. The run was twohours a night for six nights, and the record was 208} miles for Bert Edmonds. 196 for second, and 17-5 for third. The best previous recwd was 192 miles. Bert opened with 82 miles, second night 31 miles and some over, third night 35 miles, fourth night 37 miles, fifth night 30 miles, and sixth night40 miles. The average per hour for the race is over 17 miles, which is remarkable speed. In commenting on the race from dav to day the Register said: " There has been much comment occasioned bv the very fast time which Edmonds is 'making.'' * * "The favorite is Edmonds, who is enthusiastically applauded every time he gains a lap. His endurance i's phenomenal for a young man. He rides in good form and is apparently ;is fresh at the finish as he was at 'the start.- After Saturday's ride it said: "Edmonds continues to increase his lead, and last night's riding, while not quite equal to Friday night's, shows the wonderful endurance of this amateur rider. He will make a new record for the amateur twelve-hour championship. Des Moines, after Monday night, will add to her fame by having the twelve-hour amateur champion bicycle rider of the world among her Inhabitants." In addition to winning the world's record Bert got a fine gold watch as the prize for winning. THE Smale sisters will give a concert next week. Thursday evening, at the Congregational church. Admission adult* 25 cents, children 15 cents. Successor to J, J, Wilson, Office and Yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALG-ONA, - IOWA. ALEX. WHITE, Agent. Methodist Appointments. Following is the list of appointments in the Algona district of the Northwestern Iowa conference: Alden—W. H. Montgomery. Algona—A S. Flanigan. Bancroft—A. W. Luce. Belmond—G. H. Kennedy. Britt, supplied by, Amos Luce. Burt—E. A. Powell. Clarion—W. W. Tyerell. Clear Lake—Wm. Whitfleld. Clear Lake circuit, supplied by, L. K Call. Convith, supplied by, I. I. Thompson. Dakota and Humboldt—C. F. Kirk Down—A. Starr Black. Duncombe—G. P. Hathaway. Eagle Grove—E. M. Glasgow. Emmetsburg—F. H. Sanderson. Forest City—I. B. Kilbourne. Garner—W. M. Edgar. Gilmore City—O. A. Luce Gold field—J. Jeffery Lake Mills—A. G. Ward. Livermore—S. Ciillin. Lu Verne—P. H. Eighmy. Ramsey, supplied by, E.'A. Howe. Rock—J. W. Carver. Rowen—C. B. Cannon. Rutland, supplied by, J. D. Bateman. Swaledule—E. S. Stevens Webster City—R. Bagnell. Wesley—H. G. McBride. Whitewater—V. C. Thomas. Williams E. Robbing. Woolstock, supplied by, S. R. Faus W. D. Fi/er, agent Cornell college d member of Webster City quarterly conference. Randies the best ofatt descripfimix of BUILDING MATERIAL s Which indudes everything tlw,t 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 u chance to figure your bills, and we will prove that this is not merely idle talk. ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OP IOWA. KOSSCTH COTJNTv District Court. October Teri ' E. Reed against J. C. Ayres an To J. C A%» and MUf7A|?e ><ra are hereby notified that on or fltst da.v of Obtober. 1891, a pjainMa-in the abore^ntlt/ed onhB filed In the oJBce ofthe clerk of ^id court ask ing that a commterfone.- be appointed to »' lease a certain mortgage executed bv R McDonald and Sarah J. McDonald and wife, to J. C. Ajrres, on the ->8th November. 1871 ahd flowed to Book inortga -,* ? on paze 250, in the recover o, Ko -Mia county, Iowa, and asking be foreve estopped and barred from or h?.v; n .r any Interest adverse to WaniTRn those obtaining title through her to the north half of the southeast quarter of 10 and the southwest quarter southeast quarter of Secti southeast quarter of SectioS of thS o econ 0, Township 93, Range 27, in Kossuth lotra. t^xm which land said mortgage riven; and unless yon appear thereto and fend on o,- be ore noon of the first day of the next October te.-m of sa'd district court, begun and bolden at the court house In na. Iowa in sa^d corniy. on the 13th davof October 1891. derauli wui be entered against you and judgment ^-endered thereon. 24t4 B. F. KEED, Plaintiffs Atty ORIGINAL NOTICE. IK THE DISTRICT COURT OF KOSSUTH County, Iowa.-October Term, 1891.-Mafr Watson, plaintiff, vs. Henry Wateon, defend- To Henry "Watson, defendant: Yon are N.K.FAIRBANK&CCX ^ CHICAGO, If M wish to mate dote as wftite as l(?e 5un And -finish your Y/orlC as sooiJ as begun. 6ANTA GLAUS SOAP is IfieKiing^at Will do it, Aid mnq once bou^fit it you nei/er will rue it. . , are hereby not led that a petition of the plaintiff in the above-entitled action Is now jMeS intbe offlce or tae clerk of said court, claimlnBof you t. rivo-ce from the bonder matrimony on account o' cruel and Inhuman conduct; and unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon or the second dav of the next Oc- to^r term o: said district court, to be begun ana jolden at the court house Jn Aleona In said county, on the 13th day of October, 1891, defau-t will be entered against you and jude ment rendered thereon; s GEO. B. CLARKE, Atty. for Plaintiff. Z4t4 ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County.—October Term, ISOl.-Jessfe B. Moore, plaintiff vs. KdnHn Moore, defendant. f"""im, To BSwip Moore: You are hereby notified thattaerelsnowon file in the office of the clerk of the district court ol the state of Iowa. In and for Kossnth county, the petition of plaintiff in the above-entitled cause, praving that she be grunted a divorce from the bonds of matrimony on the ground of desertion; and that unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the ^cond day o: the October teitn, 1SB1, of said court, which will commence at Algona oa tiie 13th day of October }?Si, default will be entered against vou and judgment rendered thereoa. „... S. S. SESSIONS, ~« 4 ' Atty. for Plaintiff. DON'T miss the Friday, Oct. 2. short-horn sale on winkol. K JJutton, Fancy work, uirs F Fox Silk embroidery sowing machine work, J u Domestic machine, J H winkul hug, m,. H I, A Suwvol. Collectloi OcruiiHuus, mrs John Grove. Zonius, mrs John Grove. Sweet nous, mrs John Grovo. i-n- 10 ^ 1 V luilt :- lm ' 8 J " h " Oi'ovo. Plcci- i'. n V , • HuU ' 1hi ." s - « us »'«» sunlloivor, C i- " Utcl i ui8> , 1llucoa liuilt ' Coil tt Hcutl or- fiauw. Uuckvvhc-iit, F A wlthnm. Huy httwkev, kmoBt Jonus. Astors, mrs M ilre M 0 ''' 11 ^' Um M ,,. Sl'KOIA!., Class 1-Boys under 10 Ilowurd walliico ih'st, Fred Onions, Bert HoatUurshaw. Nettie 11181." Calico dross, 2.V8t, uil»s Mann second. yrs, Jones potatoes, second. Pottnv Ncttio of jos is building mi addition LU VERNE. Sept. 2G. Rov. Luce of Llvormoro paBsed through town Monday on his way to Bancroft, Leroy Burton and vyife arc here visit ing in town. The foot race at Algona was decided in favor of LuVerne. Chtus. Wilson of Fort Dodge was visiting W. A, Patterson Sunday. Chas. Rondos is buildintr m to his homo. Rov. Eighmy returned from conference last week. Win. Itunoy and lady wont to the dunce at Konwlck Friday evening. W. H. Brink went to Eagle Grove to spend a few days visiting with friends. D. W. Ramm and family wont to the fair. I. P. Harrison returned homo Saturday from his visit with relatives in Wisconsin. Mr. Leonard Tundrill and Miss Mary Miihoncy wore married at Algona, lus't weok. Both parties are well known in this vicinity and the best wishes of the community go with them in their journey through life. (ioo. Miller's brother and wife of Cedar Falls are hero visiting him for a few days. Mr. John Kuhly from Wisconsin and IMS Aggie Figi were at the bride's homo east of town last week. The bride is well known here and comes from a good family, and the best wishes of her friends go with her through life.- Miles' Nerve inul Uvor Pills Act un H new urluelple-regulutlng the liver, stomach, nucl bowels through the nerves. A new dig » r> M M BS ,', pl " s 8 ,! > * eally cure bll >ou«'e88- torpid liver, pllea, constipation. Un- eiiuuled lor men, women, and children. 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