The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1898 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 1, 1898
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THE UPPER MS MOINE8: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1898.- COMING I RAILWAY TIMS CARDS. I CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. • tOCAtj 1BA1NS WEST. No. 1 departs at ...................... 2 :0 5 am N6.3 departs at ...................... 3:58pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 93 departs at .................... 10:45pm No. 71 departs at .................... 2 : S°P m No. 85 departs at ..................... 8:30pm TRAINS EAST. No. 2 departs at ...................... No. 4 departs at ...................... 6:28pm Freights that carry passengers— No. 78 departs at ...... .............. 10:10pm No. 94 departs at ..................... 2:20pm R. F. HBDKICK, Agent. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. South— Freight ..11:30 a m Pass 7:05 am Mixed 12:15pm North- Mixed 7:05 a m Mixed 7:54 pm Mixed 10:50p Arrive at Des Moines at 12:15 p. m., 6:15 m., and 1:20 a. m. F. H. VESPER, Agent. Freight 12:15 p m Pass 2:40 pm m P- THE LOCAL FIELD. THE G-BEATEST, GRANDEST, AND THE BEST OF America's Bij Tented Enterprises! Honorably Conducted, Honestly Advertised. Lofty in Conception, Regal in Equipment. Omnipotent in Strength, Ideal in Character. Splendid-in Organization, Magnificent in Presentation. The Purest, Cleanest, Mightiest and Most Magnificent Amusement Institution of the Nineteenth Century. fi J** AN'ENTIREW HEW AIID SUPERBLY GRAND KRW.II nyuv,, ERFOSSIK K.E HIKEC IN CVEXBIG DM»,FH« OF DMIIKG MID AGIUTY,AND| I 1 ACTS Or SURPASSINGLY MAWIWIS AtBOBATIM.IHM SEEM LIKE IKE "MIES CF A CIBUP OF HAK,V£T Al;[ aani S.TKI.HCE AMP VOHDCRfPL BEAUTIES.) Circus, Museum, Menagerie, and Royal Roman Hippodrome. Three Rings, Half-mile Track, 1,000 Features, 100 Phenomenal Act, 25 Clowns, 20 Hurricane Rages, 4 Trains, 10 Acres Canvas, 10,000 Seats, 1,500 Employes, 6 Bands, 50 Cages, a Drove of Camels, 15 Open Dens, a Herd of Elephants, $4,000.00 Daily Expenses. CAPITAL, $3,000,000 The greatest performers in the known world are with the Great Wallace Shows this season, including The 9 Nelsons, $10,000 Challenge Act; THE: ANGELOS, AERIALISTS, THE 7 STIFIKS, Bicycle and Skating Experts; THE 10 DELLAMEAPS, Statuary Artists ; MLLE. NORDA FRENCH Mysterious Globe ; 10 Principale Male and Female Equestrians ; The THREE PETITS, Aerial Bar Extraordin- * -r j r-j :„„-T\/T,,1,=. «TV51Vvir" ary ; LeonVnd Singing Mule "Trilby." THE SISTERS VORTEX, Triple Revolving Trapeze. Grand Spectacular Ballet, 19 Coryphees, Premier Danseuses. led by 3 Sisters Maccari, in a m dailv is the finest ever put on the streets. A sunburst of splendor! ' A triumph of art? money, and good taste, with lavish luxury of epectao- * tF uWettX!Vjtli greatest professional features conceivable. Run on Every Wne of Travel ; NQ GroWtag[Devices G. A. R. tonight. W. R. C. meets tomorrow evening. Wallace's great circus noxt week Friday. No one is complaining that there is not ruin, enough. The Wigwam says binding twine this week in big letters. The state weather bureau says crops in Iowa are all right. Equal Suffrage club meets with Mrs. Butler nt 3 p. m. tomorrow. The Algona summer school opens June 20, two weeks from next Monday. Services at St. Thomas' Episcopal church next Sunday morning and evening. Goodors' big sale continues. It is the chance to get the best goods at lowest prices. The city council did little but allow bills at its regular meeting Saturday evening. Galbraith's bargains each week are taking with the ladies. Watch his advertisement. Alex White's house has now paint, also Mrs. J. A. McDonald's, also Ilorun Bros. Mrs. D. T. Smith, who has been very low with fever, is gaining. Di\ Coles has attended her. The Bancroft brick block is nearing completion and is to be a beauty. It is costing §15,000 and is 50x90 feet. The Spencer Reporter says that J. F. Gilmore, late of Algona, Is going Into the poultry business there on a large scale. Dr. A. L. Rial's little boy has had a two week's seige with measles, getting vory low at times. He is now a little better. Mr. and Mrs. John Heiderscheit, over near West Bend, boast of twin boys weighing 24 pounds. Who can beat that? The city council has ordered a stone crossing in across State street in front of the postofflco. It will be a great convenience. There is no prettier cemetery anywhere than Sexton Fohlin keeps for Algona. That is one of the suggestions of Memorial day. The Workmen are going to have a big time June 17. It will pay everybody to begin to plan now to make a day of it with them. Rev. Stiles will preach Sunday morning on " A Prisoners' Exaltation," and in the evening on "Gladstone, Statesman, Scholar, Christian." There will bo a special excursion train to Spirit Lake, June 14, for the accommodation of the M. W. A. picnic. Round trip $1.60 from Algona. Rev. Dr. Bailey, superintendent of Presbyterian missions for Iowa, will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning. All welcome. It took §510,706 to pay off the Fourth regiment. The boys were all strapped and the money came handy just before leaving. Company F got its share. The Jones lever binder is advertised this week by W. H. Jones, whose ware rooms are south of the court house. It will pay farmers to look at this machine. Manager Hofius took charge of the Farmers' Milling company Thursday. A full announcement appears this week. The new company is going to be a great success. The mothers' meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson next Wednesday. Every woman may consider herself a member and is most cordially invited. Chas. D. Bossingham and Lillie M. Baldwin were married Sunday. The groom is a son of the Hobart merchant and the bride is daughter of Warren Baldwin of Algona. Fred Clarke was not expected to live Sunday, but is now getting better. He has been at death's door for a week. The wishes of the community for recovery are with him. Postmaster Bender is putting a new post office outfit in at Spencer, dealing with the same house which made the Algona outfit. He inspected the Algona office some weeks ago. Archbishop Hennessy confirms a class at the Catholic church tomorrow. His coming is an event in the church. The church will be open to the public at 9 o'clock. Services at 10. E. P. Bircher bought Henry Adam's fine Chickering piano last week and took it to Bancroft. Ed. is going to furnish his guests with music as well as with the best fare in Iowa. Carl Wauge is putting one of those handsome bath tubs at Doxsee's into his barber shop. Andrew Hanson is making a gasoline heater for the water. It will be a noticeable addition to his shop. Dr. Shore was called from Des Moines Monday to consult with Dr. Morse in the cases of Dr. Rist's baby, and of E. L. Day, Rev, Day's father. The latter has been confined to his bed for ten days past. Chas. A. Cohenour, Ed. Richardson and Tillotspn got furloughs and oaxne home a day last week, before going to the front. Charley was looking well and feeling well. His outdoor life ha,s agreed with, him. J MiesTillte Cramer, fop }8 ytwa teacher in the Algona schools, has been chosen to the primary department of the Mason City schools. She Was a teacher in Mason City many years ago, and goes to many friends. The school board Saturday evening appointed J. W. Sullivan a committee to find out what the various owners of lots on the block D. A. Haggard lives on would'take for their property. The board intends to act as to a site soon. ! Rev. F. E. Day will speak Sunday morning on 'i The Strength and Weakness of Orthodoxy." In the evening the W. F. M. S. will have its anniversary exorcises. A good program entitled, ''An Evening With Miss Mary Reid.". Fred Scott, the genial Tennant house clerk, brought some fine fish from Okoboji last week. Ho says fish are plenty. In fact he sent down so many thn'fc "Uncle Jo" wrote for him to come home as they were getting scales on their backs nt the hotel. Dr. Hill notified John G. Smith last Wednesday that Seaman, the insane man from West Bend, would be charged up to the state and that the$200already paid by Kossulh would he refunded. t Mr. Smith bus saved the county quite a sum of money by his action in this matter, Ernest Raymond WHS compelled to drop out of Company F at the last moment on account of an attack of rheumatism. J. C. Raymond went to Dos Moines and brought him homo. Ho was very much opposed to leaving the company, but was not in shape to bo taken. The West Bend Advance gives Dr. Tribon an enthusiastic send off: "The doctor possesses suavity of manner and address, and his prompt response, um- lestic form and faultless attire wore pleasing to the eye of one who admires a noblo specimen of his Creator's handiwork." Win. K. Ferguson and Roscoo Call of Algona, Thos. Sherman of Bancroft, S. X. Way of Wesley, J. F. Schaible of Whittemoro and others from hereabouts went to the bankers' convention at Mnaon City hist week. Mr. Ferguson says it was the best ho has yet attended. Algona's second military company mot Friday evening and elected oHlcors. M. P. Haggard wns chosen captain; Chas. William, first lieutenant; and C. T. Chubb, second lieutenant. The company has 85 members and is drilling. It will be well officered if it is called into service. The failure of band music Monday was duo to a misunderstanding. Piirt of the band boys were in the country and did not got notice in time. In the placo of the band Ed. and Frank Day did good execution on a bass drum, and Ernest Dodge on a snnre drum. The boys made music with zeal and energy. Chester Clark, a grand-son of Mr. and Mrs. Elhanan Clark of Sherman, was lifting his bicycle over a wire fence and received an electric shock that he did not recover from for several days. There was no lightning near him. The electric current must have generated at some other plnco and followed the wires. M. P. Haggard has received a letter from Gov. Shaw regarding the organization of a new military company. The governor snys he has no definite information as to how the call for new troops will bo issued, but ho thinks if now companies are taken they will come from towns that at present are not represented. It is said that the petition for a vote on court house locution in Hancock has 500 more names than enough. The remonstrance on the other hand has 200 more names than enough. Unless the names on the remonstrance can be shown to be not properly there the board will not order an election. The matter comes up Monday. Everybody Come AND SEE AT" James Patterson's. SEE those seed potatoes for i<oo per bushel. You will send off and pay two dollars, SEE that soap, ten bars for 250. SEE that soap, four bars of toilet for IDC. SEE those garden seeds. SEE those lawn seeds. SEE that ten-cent coffee. SEE that 5o-cent tea. SEE those egg cases—no eggs broken if you have one. SEE that 5o-cent syrup. • SEE that five-gallon can of syrup for 1.50. SEE those five-cent prunes. SEE those five-cent raisins. SEE those five-cent cigars. SEE those fine apples. In fact there nro so many things to see that it would take days to mention them all. iomo in and'seo for yourself and I know you will go away satisfied that niy placo is where you want to buy your goods. Yours for business, Cowlos' Block, No. 8. James Patterson. SPECIAL SALE OF FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY for an American-made, razor steel fully warranted heavy knife—the best knife we have ever offered at any of our special sales for this price. 39 CENTS c. HARDWARE. Summer Footwer. I"or Sale I offer my two glass fronts in thereat- of my store for sale very cheap. 1] 12 JNO. GOEDERS. FOR SALE: A very fine lot of Jersey and grade cows; also a registered Jersey bull two years old, and a lot of young Jersey and grade heifers. JOHN G. SMITH. THE Mason City Brick and Tile Co. makes the best drain tile and hollow building tile in the world and lowest prices. F. O. B. any station. WE have just received a new lot of colored silk umbrellas at Galbraith & Go's. A NEW line of ladies' collars and cuft's, while and colors, just received at Galbraith & Go's. Your Wedding Buy your wedding ring of us, we ways make the bride a present. 5tf DlNGLEY & PUGH. al- OUR new plain white semi-porcelain is the neatest thing of the kind you ever M. Z. GROVE & SON. saw. GET one of those coco door mats. Just the thing for this muddy weather. G. L. GALBKAITH & Co. THE maiden hung her shapely head and whispered in my ear, "Yours'till death I'U always be. Just promise me Rocky Mountain Tea/' Thirty-five cents'. Ask your druggist. SHEET music—all the latest songs— 33t off. DINGLEY & PUGH. " CAMEO" canned goods are just the thing at this season. Found only at M. Z. GROVE & SON'S. WHY use inferior goods and tions of coffee when Ch coffees are cheapest? ase & Sanborn's 46 IF you have idle money why not have it where it will earn you something. Interest paid on time deposits. 45 GBO. C. CALL. in unim- Minnesota Lands. We have some special bargains Minnesota, lands, improved and un proved. Now is the time to get a good Jam for ft little money. We pay oar (are to all actual purchasers, j now we can make real estate loans very .low rates. Qome an.4 see, y& * Soft,- easy, and cool. We have just what you want in this line. Ladies'Slippers and Oxfords—nice ones—at $1.00. Prettier and better ones at $1.50 to $2.50. Men's Fine Lace Shoes, tans and chocolates, at $2.00 ta $5.00. Plow Shoes, Working Shoes, light and easy—ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. Brownell & Allred, Exclusively Boots and Shoes, Boots and shoes Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA, repaired and made to order. DON'T BUY Nor place your order for A THRESHING MACHINE Until you see the MINNEAPOLIS. They have the greatest invention in the threshing machine line ever known, and you make a mistake if you buy before seeing this. SEE US. Bradley & Nicoulin, lo-wa,. A shortage in the supply of binding twine for the 1898 harvest is assured beyond question, as is indicated by the rapid advance in prices. / The Wigwam Algona and Burt, is prepared to furnish its customers with their twine NOW at prices that are REASONABLE, Gome and get your twine while we have it Wilfrid P* Jones,

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