THE tiPPBK BES MOlNESi ALGOKA, tOWA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1898. NEWS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY PBO&BAM OF BAOES AT GEBMANIA A Good Creamery Record for Im, Verne—Miscellaneous Memo* rnnda of the "Week. Wesley has joined the Fourth celebrators, but no program is issed as yet. Germania, Bancroft and LuVerne complete the list. Gertnahia's program is as follows: Parade at 9:30 headed by military band, floats, ragamuffins, etc. Address by Judge Quarton, Races at 1 o'clock, half tnilo run, $00 purse; farmers' race, $40; mile novelty §15 each quarter; pony and colt race $20. Two base ball games, Ledyard vs. Uamsay and German Valley vs. Hebron. Foot races, bowery dance, merry-go-round, and $200 of fire works. LuVerne has out some flaming bills. Industrial purudu und allegorical procession ut 10 o'clock, headed by Lu Verne band. Address, Harvey Inghain at school house grounds. Games and sports of all kinds in the afternoon, costly display of fire works in the evening. Hon. W. W. Cornwall will be orator of the day ul Bancroft. He represented Clay county in the legislature two terms and will give a good address. The sham battle and races will be good. The program is not yet out. JjiiVeriie News. Our creamery is now receiving about 12,000 pounds of milk daily. The butter is mostly sent to Now York markets. Geo. Minkler and wife are among the happy ones the past week, all on account of a baby boy that came to make hie home with them last Friday. W. H. Barton nnd wife are the parents of a fine boy that came to their home since our last issue. Geo. A. Hanna returned yesterday from Mt. Vernon where he has been going to school. He will assist in the store until the fall term begins in September. The M. & St. L. depot was robbed Tuesday night, the parties carrying off §4.25 in cash. The same evening there were several hoboes in town and very likely they were the parties. Wblttenioro Champloii. Messrs. Thompson and Hofius were over from Algona Monday viewing the new buildingsand expressed themselves as highly pleased with the outlook for Whittemore's fine appearance when the work is completed. A. H. Dorweiler has purchased a fine St. Bernard pup of a Britt party. It is only seven weeks old and is already quite a large dog and will be a huge fellow when full grown. The iron for the fronts of the new buildings has arrived and is being put in place. The brick laying has been somewhat delayed by its not coming sooner. A WJiittemore Disturbance. Champion: Several of the brick layers got into a scrap Sunday night and three of them, Rand, Wilkins and Christman, were finally arrested by Deputy McDonald. Their trial came off Tuesday morning before Mayor Cotton and they were each fined §10 and costs, total $15.75. They gave an order on their employer, T. A. Swanson, for the amount, but after their release immediately countermanded the order. Mayor Cotton gave them to understand yesterday that they must pay or go to jail and two of them concluded to do the latter and were taken over to Algona by McDonald. Rand was too sick to move with the others. enlarging his house. He will make extensive improvements. Jones, of the Wigwam, sells the McCormack mowers and binders, and he uses printer's ink to let the people know it. Farmers are already buying mowers to take care of the heavy crop. The carpenter work on the S. N. Harris residence is nearing completion and W. O. Hodgson will do the artistic work with the brush. Mr. Harris has put up a $1,200 house and it will be counted among the nobbiest in town. Burl's UlK CreameryMonitor: The Burt creamery for the month of May took in 708,600 pounds of milk, from which 30,789 pounds of butter were made. The average daily receipts of milk were 27,253 pounds. The value of the month's output reaches $4,352.51. Six patrons delivered over 10.000 pounds each, J. R. Mawdsley leading with 16,830. Bancroft Register. G. F. Holloway is subpoenaed to appear as a witness in a divorce case at Winnebago Saturday. Fred Paine, formerly of Burt, is bringing the action. Mrs. J. B. Johnson went to Owatonna, Minn., Thursday for a visit with relatives and to attend the commencement at Pillsbury academy, week after next, when Wilfred and Maybelle will graduate. J. R. Byers and Miss Ella M. Thompson were united in marriage Thursday morning at the Catholic parsonage, by Fiither A. J. Shemmel. They left on the morning passenger for Belmond, the homo of Mr. Byers' parents, for a few days, after which they will return. In the'four years Mr. Byers has been at the head of our schools he has won a place in the good will and esteem of all, as well as a high rank among the educators of this section, while Mrs. Byers, who has for many years been a resident hero, is equally well known and esteemed. May they realize all the joy and prosperity wished them by their many friends. Ledyard JLeuder. E. H. Stephens went down to Algona Thursday to visit his mother before her departure for an extended visit with relatives and friends in the east. Miss Lu Smith came up from Algoua yesterday for a few days visit with her many Ledyard friends. J. B. Rendall, Perry Myers, Will Wun, and Misses Effle Hartzell and Deyo were chosen by the Epworth Leaguers of this place as delegates to attend the League convention at Emmetsburg. Wesley News. Charley Jones' father and sister, after a few days pleasantly spent at his home, left Monday morning for Sioux City. Marion Pine of Sexton was taken back to Independence Monday, hoping that he might entirely recover. Welt Miller is the proud father of a baby girl, which came Monday morning to brighten their home. Child and mother are doing well. NORTHWESTERN EXOUBSIONB. Some L,ow Rates to Various Points ot Interest. The Northwestern railway will sell cheap rate tickets as follows: To Washington, D. C., July 7-12, national educational meeting. To Nashville, Tenn., July 5-12, Christian Endeavor convention. To Omaha June 28-30, Trans-Mississippi Teachers' convention. Also June 30, to July 2, for Turnerfest. For the Fourth of July on July 2-4, low rates for all points within 200 miles good till July 5. TENTH triennial national council of Congregational churches at Portland, Oregon, July 7-12. One standard first class 30-day'limited rate for the round trip, selling July 1 and 2. Wesley Reporter. Tell your friends Wesley will cele- hrate the 4th of July. Some people in this vicinity, even if they forgot the Maine, will certainly remember the circus and the sharpers that played their skin games at Algona last Friday. During the month of May, Reading Bros, brought to the Sexton creamery 12,300 pounds of milk. This is the greatest amount received from any one farm since the creamery has been in operation. Last Tuesday W. W. Smith, George Benner, Fred Rogers and L. M. Roberts drove out to J. Geist's place just north of town, and plowed his entire crop of corn. This generous act of kindness was called forth from the fact that Mr. Geist has for several weeks been in a helpless condition and utterly incapacitated lor work. Such an act of kindness is Christianity put into practice. _____ Swea City Herald. The Swea City creamery received 21,000 pounds of milk last Monday and quite a little thick milk was refused. We don't like to say that the Swea City base ball club played on Sunday, but they defeated the Elmpre team, over the line in Minnesota, in a seven inning game, some time between the close of business Saturday night and the Monday morning opening. The attention of our younger readers is called to the opening of the summer school at Algona next Monday. If you can Increase the grade of your certificate by attending this school it ought to be plain that your increased earnings will aoon pay the cost of tuition. Those at the head of this school are the recognized leading educators pf the pounty, and will strive to do you 6lL t&e good they can BwrtMo; P, Raine bought a bunch pf fat cattle Sehenok on Wednesday. i Stone we learn that r, Mrs, Jessie Peale, was married IB April ton gentleman by the »mi" ^ Soliofield. Be is a carpenter by t>rftdd<&nd tjiey reside afc St. Louis., o. 'P.. --'MoDoBaW epmEnepcjsd opera- Ipr the remodeling and f\LGONf\ flND BURT, Has a full line of harvesting and haying machinery. Everything you want at prices that are right. Call and see us before you buy. Tlxe ALGONA AND BURT. WILFRID P. JONES. E. J. GILMORE, THE- Corner Grocer, Agent for the. THE maiden hung her shapely head and whispered in my ear, "Yours 'till death I'll always he. Just promise me Kooky Mountain Tea." Thirty-five cents. Ask your druggist. THE battle of Manila will he produced in fireworks at Clear Lake, June 25. Special trains leave Algona at 5:55 p. m., returning leave Clear Lake about 10:30 p. m. Those wishing to spend the Sabbath in Clear Lake can do so as tickets will be honored for return passage June 26 and 27. Pare for the round trip including admission to park grounds, $1.40. Fresh Cream. ' Fresh cream from the" Jersey Home" can be had at any time, in any quantity, at the L. J. Rice house. 12t4 C. B. CLARK. CANNON CHOP tea is the finest 50c tea on the Algona market. M. Z. GROVE & SON, Agents. WESLEY'S OELEBBATIOK. Father Nagle or Garner Will Give the Oration—Other Attractions. WESLEY,June 21.—Wesley will celebrate the Fourth this year. A good program has been arranged and a good time can be expected by all, as Wesley never does anything when it comes to getting up a celebration on the 4th of July, but what it is first class and every body goes home feeling that they had one of the best times in their lives. Father Nagle of Garner will deliver the oration. John Fox, son of Mike Fox, was arrested Saturday afternoon for taking corn out of the Wesley Elevator company's corn cribs at various times during the winter. He pleaded guilty to the charge and was fined $15 and costs, and sent to the county jail until fine and costs are paid. A number pf our people are talking of going to Clear Lake Saturday evening to see the big display of fire works. There is $200 in purses for the horse races here the Fourth. There will be a bsill game between Wesley and Britt, $25 to be given the winning side. Mrs. Rlage, who has h»a the running of the Central bouse, will move to La Port City. It is cot known, whp will have charge of the business hereafter. Farmers' Milling Co.'s Flour. Deering and Osborne Roller Bearing Binders, and Mowers and Hay Rakes, Acme Hay Stackers, and Monarch Sweep Rakes. Rock Island Hay Loaders, Ney Hay Carriers, and steel track rope and slings, and outfits for new barns, Mower and Harvester Knives of all makes furnished at very low prices. Also sections and rough plates of all makes; a full stock on hand. G. M. Johnson. West of Court House. Fancy Patent, per sack ReflBQse,per sack Family, per sack $1,85 1,80 IRVJNGTON, IOWA. We Want The Ladies to know that we are now more fully prepared than ever before to supply the wants they may have in Fine Millinery Goods. The styles for "98 are pretty, indeed, and we can show you everything in the very latest. The safest plan is for you to call and see for yourself—we will assist you—we are sure we can please you in everything, not ex- opting the price. Matson 8: McCall. PROFESSIONAL. •^-''-^-i—«-*-*-^rf-VX-X^—^-l^-V^'N^-Srf-N^'*^-^, CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbraith's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxle-Ferjjuson bljck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J. C. RAYMOND. B. F. HEED. E. C. RAYMOND Raymond, Reed & Raymond, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Durdall's store, Algona, Iowa. Special Sale, Our Special Sale this week is on This sale continues until June 28. John Cronin, FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. F. L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence In the Boston Block. (In the new block.) H. C. MoCOY, M. D,, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. H. D. SPENCER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sexton. Iowa, DR. MARGARET E. COLES, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon, Office and residence in Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. E. S. GLASIER, D. D. S,, SURGEON DENTIST. Office over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. DENTIST. A. L. JKIST, D. D, S, kocal anaesthetic toi deadening pain la gains when extracting te«a.
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