The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1893 · Page 8
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\ THE UPPER DEB MOINES!:ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1893, It Would Require a larger volume than Webster's unabridged to contain all the good things that have been said in praise of Round Oak stoves. They please always; will please you. Do not take an imitation; you know it is not as good. See the name on the leg. Sold only by John Grove. The very latest Fall styles just received. Come and see them. Make hay while the sun shines, and PRESS HAY whether the sun shines or not. . . . R. H. Spencer has something that will be of interest to every man who wants A Hay Press or who has any notion of buying one in the near future; see him and let him give you a Pointer on Presses. There is good money to be made in pressing your own hay, but see me before you buy a press. R. H. SPENCER. Livery and HUNTER & M'ENROE. We have leased the burn south of tho Tennant House, ami are now prepared to fnrnlKh the public with good livery rigs at moderate prices. Also Break Colts to Drive, and guarantee satisfaction. Have all necessary appliances for properly handling colts, and break tlu-ni into kind anu gentle drivers. Will alao BOARD HORSES ™K ] ^K, and give (hem the best ol 1 care. Giving our personal attention to the business, patrons can rest assured we will do our best to please them. GEO. HUNTER, Malinger. iF'Irra. The undersigned having bought out tho meat market formerly owned by H. 0. Edens wish to Kay that they will bo glad to meet all old customers, as well as the now ones that may favor them with their patronage, hoping by kind treatment and fair dealing to receive a part of the public patronage. Cash for hides, 1 OTT A TIT V V, OAM poultry, ete. f bnAUJjJij & bUM, FAIR OPENS NEXT WEEK, In Spite of the Year's Outside Attractions Onr Annual Exhibit Promises to Be a Big One. A Two-mile Foot Race to Be One of the Features of Special Interest—Other Notable Events. The county fair opens next week Wednesday and in spite of world's fair, state fair, hard times, and everything combined, promises to be the most entertaining and best of any yet given. The special attractions are certainly ahead of anything before advertised, while there is every reason to believe that the grain, fruit, and stock exhibit will excell those of previous years. All premiums being paid in full in cash makes securing them more of an object than when money was plentier, and everybody who has anything to exhibit can well aiTord to get a prize. Among the special features of the fair will be the TWO-MILE FOOT KACE. Eugene Tollier and D. B. Avey, who trained for tho five-mile race at Indianapolis, will run a two-mile race Friday afternoon. The contest is open to all, but those two will go in any event, and as they have never run together it will bo a very interesting race. Both have entered into it inaspiritof helping furnish amusement for the visitors, and not out of rivalry. They wore in fine training and being beaten out of their run at the army meeting they will have it out hero at home. They both have made fast time in their training and the contest will be a close one. AN EXPERT STOCK JUDGE. The big exhibit of horses made last year on account of bringing in an outside judge caused the fair directors to include all the stock exhibits this year, and an expert outside stock man will award all the stock premiums. He will be unacquainted with the county stock and will be a new man to the horses also. This ought to bring out the biggest exhibit of hogs, sheep, and cattle as well as of horses ever seen in this scfelion of Iowa. THE HOESE RACES. Thursday afternoon the programme of horse racing will include a 2:40 trotting race for $100, a free-for-all running race for S150, a county trotting race open to horses owned in the county that have never beaten 2:50 for $50, and a two-year-old trotting race for $30. > Friday afternoon there will be a free- for-all trotting race for $150, a running race open to horses owned in the county, thoroughbreds barred, for $25, and the novelty race, walking, trotting and running, for $25. A NEW HOHSE CLASS. The following new list of premiums is offered this year for general purpose horses. It was left out of the premium list by mistake: Host stiilliou, .3 years old or over. .$0 00 S5 00 Host colt, either sex, 2 years old... ;i 00 200 Best colt, either sex, 1 year old 3 00 1 00 Best mure, 4 years old or over 500 :t 00 lleat mare,.'! years old ;!00 200 THE FAMOUS TROTTING DOG. One of the greatest novelties ever seen in this section will be the trotting dog, which proved the best feature of the state fair attractions. It is a red Irish setter, and has the fastest dog record. Its driver is a little girl, three years old, and she with her little sulky and the the dog make an interesting sight. The dog will trot Thursday afternoon. Thursday is children's day and all under 15 years are admitted free, TWO-MILE BICYCLE RACE. Thursday afternoon there will be a two-mile bicycle race for a purse of $30 divided $15, $10, and $5, open to all without entrance fee. Six entries are already sure, three from Elmore. Riders from all over the county will take part. AT THE OPERA HOUSE. During the fair the Corse Payton iomedy company will play four nights, beginning next Wednesday evening and giving a matinee on Saturday afternoon. This company .played in the Gtrand opera house in Dos Moines last 'all and ranks well up among comedy jompanies. Arrangements are being made to got trains after the theatre at night, but no definite announcement jan bo made till next week, IN GENERAL. The owner of a phonograph into which anyone can talk and then have ais speech repeated, is arranging to :mve it on exhibition. Also the proprietor of a side show with a Mexican ivild man, the usual merry-go-rounds, nigger babies, etc., will be on hand. A good band will be in attendance, Altogether it promises to be a big fair, and everybody should plan ..to attend and help keep our society in the front rank. PEBSONAL MOVEMENTS. Mrs. W. H. Ingham is in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Cowles are in Jhicago. Wilfrid P. Jones is at the big fair .his week. W. S. Borland came yesterday for a short visit. Dr, Parks of Chicago is visiting at A. D. Clarke's. Mr. and Mrs, W. J, Brunson went to Ihicugo last week. Chester Call has returned to'his college studies at Evanston, 111, Between 20 and i!0 went to Chicago from Burt yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Watson are at Mt. Hope, Ohio, visiting. Father Niohplls went to Dubuquo for the big Catholic gathering. Peter Purvis and A. M. Johnson went to Chicago last night. The Waclsworth brothers are enjoying a visit from their father. Mrs. Purvis and two sons have been ut tho big fair the past week. S. Hood was out in southwestern Minnesota a week ago on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Ramsay have been making their friends a visit tho past few days. Mrs. Chus. J, Doxsoe is home from a visit of spmo weeks atMonticello. She is much improved in health. Rev. J. N. Hallock came Saturday for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Dr, Hudson. Rev. Hallock is editor of the 'JhrisUun at Work, a prominent mem- ber of the prohibition party, and owner of a little New Jersey market garden farm the fruits of which we have published at different times. He remained two days. Geo. E. and Mrs. Clarke went to Fur- bault this morning with Lulu and Mattie and Maggie Haggard. Mrs. Geo. Davenport of Crawford, Nebr., visited with Mrs. L. L. Fuller yesterday. She is on her way to the big fair. Mrs. M. E. Baxter returned to her home in Illinois last Thursday after a three months' visit with her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Conner, in Plum Creek. John Grove has bought back the Thorington house livery stable, and is at home again. It is hard to keep tho Grove family out of the livery business. John will run a good stable. Mrs. L. Dodge and son Irying returned last week from a long visit in Wisconsin. They had a very enjoyable time. Irving is again at work in the county treasurer's olHce. Miss Kate Smith goes to Des Moines this_ week to pursue her studies on the violin. She is one of the moat promising lady violinists in the state, and enjoys excellent instruction in the capital city. •• Col. Cooko loft, yo3tcrday evening for Chicago. Ho joins Guv. Boies' train at Ames and will appear in tho governor's staff during the uxercines of Iowa day. Miss Bertha went with him and from Chicago goes to her school in Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. Boeson of Niles, Mich., a wealthy land owner in this county, was here over Sunday. Ho says the panic is over in his section and business picking up again. Mr. Lund says the same of Chicago. Money will soon be plenty in this section. Adolph Lund and family are out from Chicago for a visit with his brother, C. L. Lund. Mr. Lund is a prominent lawyer in the world's fair city, having come to America when a young boy. Ho is a republican in politics and a strong protectionist. He enjoys Kossuth county and the fine farm home of his brother, and will make as long a visit as business will permit. Half Itntrs to Minneapolis. On account of the Dairy Exhibit at the Industrial Exposition' the Northwestern line will, from Sept. 25 to 30, sell excursion tickets to Minneapolis and return at rate of one fare for the round trip; tickets good for return passage until Oct. 2, '1893, inclusive. For tickets and other information apply to agents Chicsigo & Northwestern railway.—2512 A. A. BRUNSON of the firm of Hoxie & Brunson has just returned from atwo months' trip in the east and is now prepared to place any good farm loans that may bo offered and furnish the money promptly. Hoxio & Brunson.-26t2 WRITE Skinner Bros, for money. A VETERAN'S VERDICT. The War is Over. A Well-known Soldier, Correspondent and Journalist Makes a Disclosure. Indiana contributed her thousands of 1-r-ive soldiers to the war, and no state bear.-. :i : i i- ter record in that respect than It doi-.-i. In literature it Is rapidly nc*qiiirir.;r :•'! enviable place. In war and i;io;'i'i:-u Solomon. Yewell, well known us n urinT :n "Sol," has won an honorable r<o.;i ion. luring the late war ho was a menu if i,i'Co. fli, 2d. N.Y. Cavalry and of tho lHt!i Tii'iinn- !>••• fantry Volunteers. Regarding an iu.pu. ,<;.t circumstance he writes as follows: "Several of us old veterans hero ";T> >'-'•••: Dr. Miles' Kostoratlvo Nervine, llei'i-i i' > and Nerve and Liver 1'llls, all of tIr.-"'! •_-iv!. splendid satisfaction. In fact, wo h.-..-< .,>.•• used remedies that compare with •: "• i. ' . the Pills wo must say they lire I he bv . i-r.iv. blnation of tho qualities required in :i y: • nrutlon of their nature woliavi- evi.i-.. >• . Wo have none but words of pral.so 1o:- •;••!. They are tho outgrowth of a new priin-r c '.:•, medielno, and touo up the svsl.em \vm!.'!•- fully. Wo say to all, try these rt'imvi.-;." —Solomon Yewell, Marlon, liul., ]>-••'. :\ Jy. 2. These remedies are sold by all clni.'.L'i , : I.M a positive guarantee, or sent dlin L I , ;..-.: Dr. Miles Rledlcal Co., Elkhart, lu'. : ... cm receipt of prloo, $1 per bottle, six boti IC-K .•:;">. i <- ])ress prepaid. They positively coniulu u^i^JOk opiates nor dangerous druK?. SOLD JiY DRUGGISTS. What is this anyhow It is the only bow (ring) which cannot be pulled from the watch. To be had only with Jas. Boss Filled and other watch cases «Ss& stamped with this trade mark. «&P Ask your jeweler for pamphlet. Keystone Watch Case Co., PHILADELPHIA. E. a. 110WYER, Agent. Times Seem to Be Loosening Up Somewhat; Money comes a little easier every day, and those who have laid by their silver dollars " for future reference" are gradually letting loose of them in payment for the necessaries of life, I want Silver Dollars, Lots ° f them - For which I always stand ready to make liberal concessions in the way of the best groceries the market affords. Mirie^is THE grocery house of the northwest, Seeing it you will believe. Trade Stock the Largest. Quality the Finest. Prices the Lowest. Mark. New State Bank Block, Algona, Iowa. W. F. CARTER. SUnncnpolls Exposition. On account of the industrial Exposition to be held at Minneapolis, Minn., from Sept. 6 to Oct. 7, 1893, the Northwestern line will, on frequent dates, sell excursion tickets to Minneapolis and return at low rates. For tickets and full information apply to agents of Chicago & Northwestern rail way.-2515 NOTICE TO OCCUPYING CLAIMANT. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss.—Wm. Schlltz, Alden H. Whltcomb, Jesse A. Hu- mlston, J. Callanan and J. C. Savory, Delia A. Davis, Wm. Larrabee, John Punke, Ole O. Branke, G. F. Holloway, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company, William Campbell, Henry Punke,' Mike Ewen, Katharine, Win. P., Herman J., Lizzie, and J. F. Doderer, Wm. E. Wellington, Michael Winter, Norman Collar, and to all whom it may- concern : The commissioner appointed to view a highway petitioned for by Michael Sandt and others has reported in favor of its location as follows: Commencing at the north quarter post of section 81, township 98, range 28, and running thence south on the half section line to the south quarter post of said section 21; also ciiniinenclng at the northeast corner of section 10, township 08. range 28, thence running south on section line to southeast corner oi section 22, township 08, range 28; and all objections thereto or claims for damages must be flled in the county auditor's office on or before noon of the 20th day of November, 1893, or such highway will be established without reference thereto. Witness my hand and seal this 10th day of September, 1803. C. M. DOXSEE, 20t4 . County Auditor. THE NOTICE TO OCCUPYINC CLAIMANT. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss.—D. H. Hutchlns. Wm. T. Taylor, Christian Dan, I. G, Schryver, Bethsheba Frink, Adam Palmer, and to all whom It may concern: The commissioner appointed to view a high way petitioned for by August Dau and others has reported in favor of Its location as follows: Commencing at the northwest corner of section 15, township 00, range 20, running thence east on north line said section variation ^ degrees 45 minutes, east 18 chains, thence south 22 degrees 30 minutes, east 7 chains, thence south 89 degrees 52 minutes, east 36 and 25100 chains, thence north 00 degrees 30 minutes, east 5.85 chains, thence north 24 degrees 30 minutes, east 8,50 chains, more or less, to north line of said section 15, thence east on section line to south quarter post of section 11, township 90, range 20; and all objections thereto or claims for damages must be Hied in the county auditor's office on or before noon of the 20th day of November, 1893, or such highway will be established without reference thereto. Witness my hand and seal this 10th day of September, 1893. C. M. DOXSEE, 20t4 County Auditor. NOTICE TO OCCUPYINC CLAIMANT. STATE 01? IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss.—F. E, Smith, M. Stephens, F. O, and A. W. Quist, Edward Eberlien, Geo. W. Wells, W. S. Drake, Geo. N. Freco, Clara O. Dunlap, Ellas Curtis, N. J. Patrick, Jas. T. Spellman, J, F. Gllmore, State Bank of Ledyard, Wm. T. Dlxon, J. M. Coggeshall, Jas, McDermott, Nels P. Sjostrum, E. Caldwell, J. F. Lacy, and to all whom It may concern: Tho commissioner appointed to view a highway petitioned for by Frank Welmer and others has reported lu favor of Its location as follows: Commencing on state line at corner post between sections 7 and 8, township 100, range 28, and running thence south on section lines and terminating at the south line of Springfield township; and all objections thereto or claims for damages must be Hied in the county auditor's oftlce on or before noon of the 20th day of November, 1803, or such highway will bo established without reference thereto, Witness my hand and seal this 10th day of September, 1803. C. M. DOXSEE, 20t4 County Auditor. NOTICE TO OCCUPYINC CLAIMANT. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss.—Gard- ner Cowles, Mike Ewen, Wm. Schlltz, Jas. and Geo. Farley, 13. W. Haggard, Alden H. Whltcomb, Thos. F. Cooke, David Davis, Kathorine, Wm. P., Herman J., Lizzie, and J. F. Doderer, and to all whom it may concern : The commissioner appointed to view a highway petitioned for by Wm. Schiltz and others has reported in favor of Its location as follows: Commencing at tho southeast corner of section 17, township 08, range 28, and running cast on section lino to the southeast corner of section 15, township 08, range 28; and all objections thereto or claims for damages must bo filed in the county auditor's office on or before noon of tho 20th day of November, 1803. or such highway will be established without reference thereto. Witness my hand and seal this 10th day of September, 1803. C. M. DOXS1CE, 2Ut4 County Auditor. POK A NEW COUNTY JAIL. Rosolviul, by tho board of supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, at tho September, 1803, regular session: That tho following question ba and is submitted at tho next regular election, to-wlt: " That tho sum of $7,000 bo raised by a special tax to build a jail iu ami fur said county; that a tax of one and one-half mills shall be levied upon the taxable property of said county for tho yuar of 1803." All the legal voters of said county who shall bo lu favor of tho foregoing proposition and resolution shall deposit ballots having writtnu or printed thereon tho following wonis, to-wit: " For Jail Tax;" and all of said legal voters who shall bo opposed to said proposition and resolution shall deposit ballots having written or printed thereon tho following woras, towlt: "Against Jail Tax." By order of the board of supervisors of Kos- BUth county, Iowa. 0. M. DOXSE.S, SIM County Auditor. SUCCESSORS TO J. J. WILSON: Office and yard on Dodge street, south of State, ALGONA, IOWA. Handles the best of all descriptions of Which includes everything that is possibly needed for the construction of anything J rom a picket fence to the very finest residence. WE MEET ALL COMPETITION. Come and give us a chance to figure your Mils, and we will prove to you that what we say is the truth. -A.XJE2C.. I Undertaking and embalming will always receive careful and personal attention. Prices are reasonable. c, L. LUND. J. J. UYAN [Successors to C. L. Lund—Established 1880.] REAL ESTATE DEALERS We wish to announce to the readers of TIIE UPPER DES MOINES that we have extraordinary faclUties for the sollinc of farms and unimproved lands in northern Iowa andI we invite all who wishto dispose of their property to call on us at our office in Algoua, or to corresnond with us. J^As soon as spring opens we have a large number of customers from the eastern states who are ready to come out and secure a piece of Iowa soil at reasonable rates We ha- lleyelnfair dealing, and if you want to sell your property don't waste any time In listing it with us. Yours respectfully, LUND & RYAN FAR Having secured the agency of the New England Loan and Trust Company, I am now prepared to make farm loans on five to ten years' time at the lowest possible rate, with privilege of partial payments before due. Office over Chrischilles' store, Algona. S. S SESSIONS, DR. L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines. Full assortment always on hand of drugs, med- olnes, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only. IBootesi StatJ.Qi5.eary. DO YOU WANT AN AUCTIONEER? AUCTIONEER, '»

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