The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1898 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 16, 1898
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THE OTPEK DEB MOlKESt ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, ffEBBtTARY 16, 1898. J. -•-•• ••"^ *—' •*- -*- -*-•-•-«' -m-'-——I-*-* .....„.,,,„,,„„.,.,,. „,.,., „,..„.. __.....:_...... .... .._-,. ...,.-..........._..... i -..^,.^...^.^.-^:..~^^ A full line of Sanitary Langdon & Hudson. TELEPHONE NO. IS. A in ,0 Steel Range Free. The past two years we have given away three toy ranges to the little girls. This year we are going to give away a full-sized Buck's Steel Range with large oven, large reservoir, and warming closet— ono of the best ranges that the Buck's company makes—and when that is said it means the best range that it is possible to make. The range is now on ex' hibition at our store, where full partic ulars will be given. Someone will goi a $60 range for the small sum of $1. C. M. DOXSEE, HARDWARE. RAILWAY TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILAVAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOOAL TRAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at S'9 5 . am No. 3 departs at 3:58pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 93 departs at 10:45pm No. 71 departs at 3:20pm No. 65 departs at 8:30pm TRAINS EAST. No. 2 departs at 10:45 am ±, , - *. A_ _j. rt'QQrtm No". 4 departs at.'!.'.'.'!.'!!.!!.'! G:28pm ..jights that carry passengers- No. 78 departs at 10: l°, pm No. 94 departs at 3:20pm R. P. HBDBICK, Agent. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. South- Freight 11:30 a m Pass 7:05 am Mixed 12:16pm North- Mixed Freight.... Pass— 7:05 a m 12:15 pm 2:40 p m Mixed!'. 7:54 p m Mixed ...... 10:50 p m Arrive at Des Moines at 12:15 p. m., 0:15 p. m., and 1:20 a. m. F. H. VESPER, Agent. Don't Forget that we always have on hand all kinds of grain and ground feed, bran, shorts, and oil meal at reasonable prices; also GOA THE LOCAL FIELD. Dr. Stull is moving to the Dr. Sheete building. Mrs. John G. Smith has been seriously sick the past week. Eli Perkins did not give very good satisfaction at Bancroft. The Masonic hall is lighted with the Durdall gasoline lights. Lewis H. Smith will light his home with an acetyline gas plant. Snow has been piling in little by little and good sleighing prevails. The water closets, bath rooms, etc. are being put in the Thorington house- The bean supper will be a great event. Judge Granger is one of Iowa's big men. Next Monday evening is the date of Company Fs big military ball. It will be a social success. The two committees of the legislature have agreed on a pension for J. M. Dally of $15 a month. Judge Quarton has sent the two waifs who had been temporarily on the poor farm to the reform school. Geo. H. Funk, Senator Funk's brother, was down from Spirit Lake one day last week on legal business. of all kinds and grades. Goods delivered to any part of the city. ILL C. & N. W. Elevator. One Hundred Dollars- — Is offered to any person who can duplicate the CIGAR FOR 5 CENTS. SCHU & WATERHOUSE, Sealed bids for grass on tlie following list of OlUCrOU) UUV V»UU UJ.U JUUU.DU UQ J.VX CVU VMVAAV) tract as described below. All rentals must be payable in advance before lease will be delivered i Southeast quarter of 3 97 27 Southwest quarter of 3 97 27 Northwest quarter of :••••,§ g? %Z East half of southeast quarter.. 10 97 27 Southwest qr. of southeast qr... 10 87 37 Northeast quarter of 17 97 27 Northwest quarter of 17 97 27 West half of southwest qr. of...17 97 27 Southeast quarter of ,...18 97 27 Northeast quarter of 19 97 27 Northwest quarter of 19 97 •• 87 Southwest quarter of 19 07 27 Northwest quarter of. 34 97 27 Southwest quarter of 34 07 27 Northwest quartej of 9 05 27 Southwest qr. of northwest qr.. 27 100 27 Southeast qr, of northeast qr... 28 100 27 Southeast qaartev of If }00 29 East half of southwest quarter. 14 100 29 Northwest quarter of 18 94 28 jS'-Wrlte "GRASS BIP" on the face of {Unfetters containing bids. WM. H. JNQWUVf. Algous, Iowa. Col. Cooke finished his work at Ames last week. He says the school was the best that has yet been held. J. R, Button of Cresco is very sick out in California. Word came Monday that he was not expected to live. Mr. Call tells the new opera house company that he will shortly put a system of lights into the opera house. The Sioux City Journal republishes Col. Comstock's letter published last week and commends it very highly. The Methodists are planning to rent the opera house for services this summer while the new church is building. Norton, the livery man, has sold his interest to his partner, Peterson, and his brother, who will continue the barn. M. P. Weaver went to Independence yesterday with Thos. Kavanaugh, the epileptic, who has been at the poor farm. Dr. Spencer of Sexton is granted his permit to dispense liquors by Judge Quarton. The decree was entered last week. An interesting article on fish and game as food stock to be cultivated will be published next week from the pen of John G. Smith. C. M. Doxsee is planning to give away a full sized Buck's steel range. It will be worth anybody's while to find out how to get a chance. Prof. Bowers of Whittemore was in Algona, Saturday, to assist in getting up a program for the coming teachers' meeting at Burt, to be held Feb. 26. Capt. Foster's removal from Algona will necessitate the election of a new captain for Company F. The boys have their eyes open for available timber. Albert Rahm, the Prairie shooter, is in jail to await the grand jury. He was not seriously injured. Neoker is still alive and likely to pull through. The marriage of Miss Mary Taylor and Harvey Ward occurs this evening at the W. W. Annis home in Union. THE UPPER DES MOINES wishes them good fortune. The changes in the second story of the Dr. Sheetz building are noteworthy. A fine stairway, water closets, new paper and paint, and a new roof • it as fine as there is in town. blocks with neat and tasty houses in this way, and wheh he completes his new home his part of Call street will be an ornament to Algona. The school board has adopted a rule by which each month a committee will visit every room in both buildings and report. The committee for this month is J. W. Sullivan and E. J. Gilmore, C. L. GabHelson told at the institute of a farmer named Norton, who lives in Chiokasaw, who averages 470 pounds of butter to a cow in a 80-cow dairy. He lives in an $8,000 house. No wonder. R. M. Richmond, the Swea City boomer, is going to Oklahoma. A. D. Clarke has bought his Swea City bank, and his interests at Bancroft. It was a $?2,000 deal. A. D. is in Kossuth to stay. F M. Curtiss is Albert Rahm's attorney, and will defend him. He says the stories of his flghfwith Necker published here at home are as far from the truth as the duel stories in the Chicago papers. Geo. S. Angus estimates Kossuth's output of butter shipped during the past year at $320,000 with $80,000 for butter used at home and $50,000 for calves, a total of $400,OQO. It is a conservative estimate. Wm. K, Ferguson and O. B. Durdall will have a gasoline house plant and light their homes as soon as Mr. Durdall moves to the Cowan house vacated by J. W. Hay. They intend to use the gas for cooking also. Wilfrid P. Jones has just received a carload of machinery from Deere & Co. as a result of his trip east a while ago. He is planning for a big trade in 1898, the biggest he has done yet. The Wigwam will be ready for it. Congressman has recommended Dr. Sheetz of Algona and Dr. E. A. Howe of Bancroft to fill tno vacancies on the pension examining board in Kossuth. Dr. Tribon is the member still remaining. The new board is.sat- isfactory to everybody. Court meets Feb. 28, a week from Monday. The injunction brought to stop/the sale of Supervisor Burton s stock under a mortgage comes on first for settlement. The land owner says Burton did not own the stock and had no right to give a mortgage. The Methodists have their $10,000 pledged for the new church and will during the coming week decide on the location. They have several plnns in view, one for a handsome stone church to cost about $18,000. Work will begin at once as soon as spring opens. Company F has leased the old skating rink for a drill room. It will fix up a gymnasium, put an office in front for the captain, and build a kitchen in the rear. It will have as creditable quarters as any company in the state when its improvements are c.omnleted. Owing to the severe illness of Mrs. John G. Smith, Miss Kate Smith's mother, the concert to Imvo been given at Wesley last evening by the Western Stars will be given next Monday evening. The Western Stirs will proven great attraction. They go to Spencer soon. John Goeders is home from Chicngo. He says Farwell lias had a bigger.lan- uary trade this year than ever before in the history of that IHIUSH. Hf says that at at Chicago the prospects for big business are bettor than ever before. John brought home a big stock himself. Prof. Byers of Bancroft and Prof. Brown of Wesley were in town Saturday arranging with Prof. Spencer about the summer school they are going to conduct. It will open June 20 and will be for teachers and would-be teachers. A full program will be published soon. A curious situation will develop this spring with the school board. The new law provides for only five members and we have six. E. B. Butler and L. J Gilmore both go off and both hav^ been such exceptionally good members that they ought to be retained. They will have to draw cuts for it. and will secure the assistance of a competent clothier Soon. G. W. Pangburn is in receipt of a letter from the secretary of the board of railroad commissioners stating that orders will be given at once to have the flag station at the crossing of B., C. R. & N. and C. & N. W. heated and supplied with a proper lantern for signaling the trains in the night time. The Buffalo Center Tribune says Mr. Pangburn is entitled to credit for his work for this station. Bailey: John Ward of Wesley was at Britt last week and ordered Stewart Bros, to put up and ship 80 tons of ice. Stitz Way, of the same town, telephoned for 40 tons. Ward is a butcher and we cun understand his order, but Stitz is a banker and we cannot see his object unless the ice is to keep the ambitious Algona politicians cool. The Wesley fellows cleaned them out last fall and they are still pretty warm under the collar. Al. Adams will not be able to come up to the Masonic blow-out tomorrow evening. He says: The" Old Man" of this paper would be there without fail were it not the date of the Upper Des Moinos Editorial association which meets at Humboldtat the same time, We know the frators of Algona and they both work and entertain with a vim that is worthy the good cause thpy are engaged in, and we can assure all visitors that they will be taken care of in the very best shape. OLD SETTLERS' PROQBAM. The Public Jvycoiim Will Unvote nil Hour to the IMoiieors. Saturday evening at the court house at 7:30 o'clock the following program will be given: Organ voluntary—D. S. Ford. Ten-nilnuto speech—B. F. Reed. Ten-minute speech—J. B. Uluckford. Our Visitors from the East-Mrs. Wm. H. Ingham. Ten-minute speech—J. B. Jones. Music. Ten-minute speech—0. C. Chubb. Ton-minuto speech—Geo. E. Clarke. Vocal solo—Mrs. Jerome Stacy. Great Bargains At James Patterson's Store. Commencing Monday, Jan. 24, I will sell 11 Ibs of coffee for $i, and will guarantee it better than any pkg. coffee put on the market, 25 Ibs rice for $i; 20 Ibs good raisins for $i; 4 bars toilet soap for ioc, butter 150 a Ib; 5 gal. syrup, fine goods, 1,50; beans 2c alb; pkg. soda 50; Lewis' lye ioc; 10 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, 'd J still in A. D. Clarke hus not' sold out his business in Algonn, but is prepared to loan money cheaper than any man in the county. He is here for business and intends to stay.-43tf Ono Price to All. Cleaning watches, $1; best 4 main springs, $1. All work warranted. E. G. BOWYER. Cowles' Block, No. 8. James Patterson. 1898. «.-^XVk/^»Y 1898. $ WE don't pretend to bo selling goods at cost, but just cheap for cash. M. Z. GHOVE & SON. Summer Goods, BARGAINS at the remnant sale n.ext Monday and Tuesday. GEO. L. GALBBAITH. Wedding Rings. Plump 18-karat plain gold rings at 95 cents a pennyweight. E. G. BOWYER, 47 Jeweler and Optician. Horses Wanted. I want to buy or trade for a good driving team. 48t2 WILFRID P. JONES. W. B. HOWARD'S place, opposite J. E. Blackford's, for sale or rent. Inquire of Mrs. W. B. Howard or C. J. Doxsee.—48 NEW horse shoeing shop at Peter J. Johnson's blacksmith shop, west of the court house. All work warranted. 48t2 J. M. McCANN. GOOD driving horse for sale. A. M. COAN. D I RY GOODS, Notions, Carpets, Mattings, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, and a complete line of Shoes. Jno. Goeders. The new bank is fully organized for Burt. C. D. Smith will open up for business soon, and a new brick building will be built this season. Mr. Wadsworth will not go to Burt, but will visit often enough to keep full run of the business. The new bank is strongly backed and the officers are experienced and popular bankers. It will be be a strong institution. The city council had an informal meeting Monday evening and decided on a wise and needed change. They will re-write all the city ordinances and publish them in pamphlet form, so that anyone can know what laws we are under. This has been suggested at various times, but has never been done, and our city ordinances are at present a tangle rio man, not an expert, can unravel. Chas. Kraft has decided to locate at Estherville, and will invoice the stock he has bought there next week. Estherville is a live town and a good business center. It gains a live and pushing business man in Mr. Kraft. He will be found genial to deal with, enterprising and honorable. Algona regrets to lose him, but is glad he is to remain in this part of the state. Mr. Misbach will manage the Algona store LEGISLATURE IN SESSION. The daily Iowa Capital will be sent for four months for $1. This will more than cover the entire session of the legislature. The Saturday feature of four extra pages of comic and artistic illustrations is a great improvement, WHY use inferior goods and imitations of coffee when ( Chase & Sanborn's coffees are cheapest? 46 ATTENTION, FARMERS. We have purchased anew feed grinder and are prepared to do your grinding. We can save you money. 46t2 RILEY & LAMUTH. NSURANGE Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Office over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartford. Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Kockford of Hockford, Lloyd's Plato Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. GEO. M. BAILEY. WATCH our "ad. "and remember we have other bargains besides those published. M. Z, GROVE & SON. A LOT of fine Rose Comb Brown Leghorn roosters for sale cheap. GUY GROVE. Legal Blanks J. D. Shadle has sold his home to Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. E. J. Murtagh'a mother, and has bought the Wilbur home between that and C. E. Heise s, and will build another house in th.e spring. Mr. Shadle has beautified two A Traveling Salesman well and favorably known all over the west, sends the following letter attesting the value of the wonderful new remeday, Orloff's Russian Grip, Cough, and Cold Cure, which receives the endorsement of physicians and nurses wherever it is known. Ooldwater, Mich., March 8,1897. I take great pleasure In recommending OrloH's Russian Grippe, Cough, and Cold Cure. Last week f .had two hard chills, followed by a high fever and a hacking cough. Finally ITaad to give up my trip on the road and go home and to bed. My brother brought me a bottle of " Orion's," and within a few hours after I commenced taking It the fever entirely left me, I was free from the cough, and I was as good as new. I am confident It will do for you what It did for me If you will give It a fair trial. A. P. HAWKS. 100 DOSES FOR 50 CENTS. SOLD BY W. 3. STUDLEY, Real Estate Mortgages, Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, Leases, Cash or Share Rent, Real Estate Contracts, Bill of Sale, Chattel Mortgages, Satisfaction of Mortgage, Grass Leases, Notes, A full stock of these are kept constantly on hand and for sale by the dozen, hundred, or in larger quantities, at The Upper Des Moiues NEWS BOOK, AND PRINTING HOUSE, AIQQNA, IOWA, Coming Our Way. The bargains we are offering attract the crowd to our store. We will dress your feet with nice shoes, latest styles and best of goods at the very lowest prices. We have The Largest stock for you to select from, and the very best goods in the market. Brownell & Allied, The Shoe Merchants, ALGONA, IOWA. Best of work in our repairing department. The Wetmore Truss THIS TRUSS MUBUERS MB I I WEAR THB WBTMOKB TRUSS Closing Out PAIRS of Ladies' and Children's Shoes— Going Below Cost. Baking powder, 2 Ibs for ..... 2$c Lemon and vanilla Ex. 12 for $oc Silk thread, 8 spools for , . , . . .230 Ground and whole spice, Ib. . ioc Call early while, supply lasts. Yours for business, FEED THQBN, SQBART, IOWA. A truss embodying the sym- plicity and durability of all other trusses, and yet unlike any of them. The most simple truss ever made. Is practically indestructible—wears forever. Made on strictly hygienic principles- no cumbersome springs to pass around the body. It gives perfect freedom of action without the slightest movement of the truss. Does not take one-half the pressure to hold the rupture that the old styles take. Holds the rupture easily, yet firmly and surely. It stays just where it is placed. The cheapest high-grade truss yet produced. It is absolutely guaranteed to flt and hold the hevula with comfort, or money refunded. Don't b'uy any other truss* before trying this For sale and guaranteed by W. J, Stttdley, PHARMACIST, Boston Block, ALGONA, IA. T EGAlu BLANKS)—• -M Buy them afthe Upper pea Moiaes Q»oe sHypww* BLANKS- TUB STANDARD FORMS TOWNSHIP PLATS SIX INCHES SQUABE You flwJ these at The Upp,w rjea

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