The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1898 · Page 5
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THE UFPEH D&S MOINES; ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JtlLY 20, 1898, The Wetmore Truss RAILWAY TIMS CARDS. CH1CAUO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOCAL TRAINS WftST. No. 1 departs at 0:05 a in 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 BAST. No.2 departs at 10:45am No.4 departs at 8:28pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 7fr departs at 10:10pm No.94 departs at 0:20pm R. F. HBDRICK, Agent. CHICAGO * NORTHWESTERN. South- Freight Pans. ..ll:30a in 7:05 a m Mixed 12:l5pm Mixed 7:54 pm Arrive at Des Mo:' m., and 1:20 a. m. North- Mixed 7:30 a m Freight 12:15 pm Pass 2:40 ptn Mixed . .10:50 p m tip i :15i THIS TRUSS UURDERS Met I WEAR THE WSIUORB TRUSS 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 iust where It Is placed. The cheapest high-grade truss yet produced. It Is absolutely guaranteed to fit and hold the hernia with comfort, or money refunded. Don't buy any other truss before trying this For sale and guaranteed by W. J. Studley, PHARMACIST, F. H. VESPER, Agent. Boston Block, ALGONA, IA. gallon of, PUKE UNSEED OIL mixed with a gallon ot makes 2 gallons of the VERY BEST PAINT In the WOBLD^ tor $2.40 or of your paint bill. Is its. MOBB DURABLE than Pur« WHITE LEAD and Is ABSOLUTELY NOT POISONOUS, HAMMAH PAINT Is made of the BEST OF PAINT MATERIALS—-such as all good painters use, and It ground TmoK, VEBY TBIOE. No trouble to mix, any boy can do It. It Is the COMMON SENSE OS HOUSE PAINT. No BETTER point can be made at i and Is Nor to OOAOE, BLISTEB, PEEL or CHIP . F.HAMMAR PAINT CO., St. LOUlS, Sold and guaranteed by Mo. Tosepli ZDia.rrwrood.ie, Dealer in Lumber, Grain, Coal, Paints, Oils, etc., IHVINGTON, 'IOWA. Estab. 1872. One Hundred Dollars Is offered to any person who can duplicate the CIGAR FOR 5 CENTS. SCHU & WATERHOUSE. Don't take any chance on Abstracts of Title. My books are thoroughly complete. None but experienced abstractors have ever written a word In them. My work Is done by competent persons and Is guaranteed. Anything entrusted to me will have prompt and careful attention. REAL ESTATE LOANS, FARMS AND WILD LANDS. C. C. SAMSON, Algona, Iowa. Opera House Block. DE. L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines, Full assortment always on hand of drugs, med olnes, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only. Sooteo THE LOCAL FIELD. It has been extremely hot for a week. Michael ReibhotT is up and about again. Rev, Suclcow begins in Algona two weeks from Sunday. J. W. Tennunt sold a fast mure to Spencer people last week. Algomi will have the biggest crowd for the circus next Tuesday ever in town. Make your headquarters at James Patterson's while attending thu big show. Judge C. H. Kelly was down from Forest City to see Judge Quarton yesterday. It is reported that Lawyer McEnroe of Whittemore will ultimately locate in Denver, Colo. Bancroft gave nn entertainment last night to raise n hospital fund to be sent to the boys in camp. J. A. Vipond put 116 loads of lamo hay into his barn in four dii.vs last week tmd not a drop of rnin on it. The Biiptist ladifs will serve dinner in the rink July 26th, the day Ringling's show is in Algona, Dinner 25 cents. The Methodists serve supper at 5 o'clock today in the rink. The Baptists serve dinner circus dny at the same place. There is a report in yesterdny's paper that Frank Hedrick has been appointed on the railway mail service. It can't bo our Frank. The corner stone of the new church is of brown stone 2i feet square and two feet high, weighing 800 pounds. It was cut here. The hotel building at the Northwestern depot will be moved out of the street next week. That will be a great improvement. G. F. Peek spent part of last week at Redwood, Minn. He says corn looks as well as it does here. Minnesota is having a boom. The Northwestern elevator bus been sold by Dingley & Cook to a Minnesota, man named Smith. He will take possession this fall. The city has its wire in town for electric light wiring private houses, and will beerin at once. The work is done at net cost. There will be an ice cream social on Mr. Salisbury's lawn, North Dodge St., Thursday evening, July 21. All are cordially invited. Remember Bishop McCabe's lecture tonight on the bright side of life in Libby prison. He speaks in the Congregational church. Prof. Spencer will give up the Wartman house to Rev, Suckow, and has rented the F. D. Calkins' house, which he will move into Oct. 1. J. W. Hinohon brought some fine specimens of bog. wood from Ireland, also some black thorn. They are to be seen at the reading room. Geo. C. Call, as president of the old settlers' association, is at work on the program of the coming meeting which is set for early in September. Marriage licenses have been issued to R. E. Straw and Lena Meyer, Jns. E. Walker and Mary B. Locke, C. A. McAdaras and Lu Whitoomb. Friday is the closing excursion to the Spirit Lake Chautauqua. The Milwaukee sells tickets at $1.90 good for round trip and admission to the grounds. The Wesenbergs now have a plan by which at least two brick fronts and possibly three will go in on the corner west of Hamilton's lumber yard yet this season. Joel Taylor was able to go to Curlew last week and is visiting his son Ed. Joel has been talked of as a candidate for county recorder, but has not yet decided to run. W. H. Reed is agent in Algona for the Paragon heating furnaces, hot water, hot air, or steam. The advertisement appears in this issue. It will pay you to note it. The Methodist parsonage is getting city water today. THE UPPER DES MOINES can heartily endorse this improvement. The Methodist well it has no confidence in. The Goeders' store will have a cash delivery system when refitted. Durdall's store is the only other in town having one. It is a great convenience for making change. Dr. Yetter gives the address of welcome at Clear Lake at the opening of the Epworth League assembly Aug. 5, and Dr. Day has been invited to speak on Fraternal Day, Aug. 13. John Spongberg is arranging to move his tailor shop back from the street line, and will set it on a line with the residences each side of him. The change will be a marked improvement. Spencer News: J. W. Tennant, of the Tennant House, Algona, was a Spencer visitor over Sunday night. Joe is a good natured sort of fellow and a great favorite with the traveling public. WATER OR IfO P4F. Artesian wen contractor. I have tlie only cable steam drilling machine ownw in (he " WFB _Tl_TV _J_1 __ll™ «:£... n n4.nu n«i««1ir *"** TOWH8 ion to I smiley' QjUy expert IriUws". ASafees A. V- ft, {ova. Hardy Buell has moyed into the Will Lacy house on Call street, Will Lacy has moved to Dr. Morse's cottage, and J, F. Lacy is in the house left vacant by Sheriff Chrletensen, B. F, Crose moves into the Lacy home. The county fair is hound to be a big success this fall so far as at tractions go. Secretary Peek is now in a circuit with si* oovinties, which together offer $6,000 top rapes and wh,lah will secure specialties together. Mason City changed the date of its fair to get in. The circuit begins at Northwood Aug. 81 and ends At Algona iSept. SO. Mason City, Forest City, Britt, and Emmetsburg complete the Hat. A big string of horses is assured and plenty of novel and interesting exhibits. A. Wolfe is working on the stairs in the Gbeders store for the third or fourth time. They were built originally in the Woodwofth store at the depot, and he helped. He moved them from there and is now moving them again. The city council expects Supt. Cosgrave of the Milwaukee any dny. He will come over and inspect Diagonal street and see about wha>. is wanted in the way of gravel. The council is assured of 100 loads in any event. Thayer Lumbar has traded his home in Algnnn to E. J. Murtagh for a house in Burl and will move this season. Mrs. Lumbar bus a sister living in Qurt. Mr. Lumbar is an old-time resident of Algona, and will be missed. R. B. Warren reads a paper at the coming meeting of the Upper Des Motni-s editors at Iowa Falls. The fneoting is to be held Aug. 4-5 and will be a yery successful one. S. C. Plattls leaving nothing undone to make the welcome cordial. The school house tax carried yesterday by 40 majority. At the last election the board in its call put in to buy a site as well as build a building. The statute says nothing about buying sites, and the 'bond buyers objected to the bonds on that account. The vote yesterday was for bonds to build abuilding. W. J. Crammond is out for county recorder. He has been assessor of Algona for the past two years and has proved a very competent and painstaking official, and no one will doubt thatiis recorder he would render very efficient service. Mr. Crammond is an old settler, and has lots of friends and will bo strong in the convention. At a meeting of the Ladles Society iu the Congregational church, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. J. W. Robinson; vice president, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. C. B. Hutchins; directors, Mrs. A. P. Hall, Mrs. C. O. Simpson, Mrs. Stevenson, Mrs. C. D. Ward. Frank E. Allen of Burt is a candidate for the office of county recorder. Frank is a son of one of the old settlers of the county, is an aggressive young republican, a genial and well equipped man for the office. His nomination would be a just recognition, and if it is made the good work that has characterized the recorder's office for years will be continued. The city marshal last week notified the liverymen and others that ,they must obey the ordinance and keep wagons out of the street. It seems that Charley Brown neglected or declined to obey'and he was brough t before Squire Clarke and fined $1. Charley created a slight sensation by declining the first invitation to appear before his honor and Sheriff Christenson had to go after him. M. P. Weaver is up for the county iiuditorship and announces his candi- dncy this week. Mart has been a popular deputy and has shown himself fully competent to be head man in the office, He has a host of friends, and the sentiment of the county is voiced by the Bancroft Register, from which we quote elsewhere. Mart is a deserving young man, obliging and careful in his 'work, and. if ho is nominated the county will get splendid service. A petition asking B. F. Crose to allow his name to come before the county convention wits largely signed by the lawyers of the county last week, both democratic and republican. Mr. Crose is finishing his third term, and has been one of the most efficient officials in the state. He has not decided yet what he will do. Whether he decides to be a candidate or not to be, the resolutions adopted are a very high compliment to him. E. V. Swotting announces himself this week as candidate for county attorney. Mr. Swotting is one of the ablest lawyers in the county, and has had ample experience to make him one of the best prosecuting attorneys in the state, holding a like position. Ho has been on one side or the other of much important litigation in late years and is everywhere highly regarded in the profession. If Mr. Swotting is chosen Kossuth will have a clear and vigorous enforcement of the laws. J. W. Hinchon and Wm. Cordingley returned from Europe last week. They had a pleasant trip but agree on the "old country." Mr. Cordingley says he would not go back to England to live if they would give him a township, and Mr. Hinohon says about the same of Ireland. Mr. Hinchon says the most noticeable thing in Ireland and everywhere is the liquor drinking. The poor pay all they get for drink. He says it is astonishing to see how the people forego the common conveniences of life to buy ale, beer and porter. The local pastors met at the Congregational church after the Sunday School meeting last Sabbath evening to consult as to the desirability of holding union evening services during the heated term. The Congregational people were represented by Prof. Spencer, a member of their pulpit supply committee. It was decided to hold such services during the next six weeks and the first service was set for at the Congregational church next Sunday evening, when the Baptist pastor, Rev. O. H. Stiles, will preach. Dr. Day was made a committee to prepare a schedule for the balance of the term which will appear later. Algona will have the cheapest electric light service in Iowa. The council last night adopted a flat half-cent-an- hour rate for 16 candle power lights, and will use meters for everybody. This means that the people may put in as many lights as they please, burn them when they please, and pay for what they consume. The usual rate talked by electric light men is a cent an hour. Three quarters of a cent is a cheap rate. Half a cent is at the very bottom. It is as cheap as kerosene and everybody in Algona ought to take the lights. The cost of wiring is small while the convenience of the lights will be very great. TfiESEBtlOESTO-Mt. Bishop McCftbe Will kay the Corner Stone for the Methodists-Business will be Suspended. The services In connection with laying the corner stone of the new Methodist Episcopal church will occur this afternoon. A large number of visiting clergymen will be present. The list as already reported includes of old pastors, Revs. G. W. Southwell and S. P. Marsh, whose wives will accompany them. It is expected that othersof the list of former pastors will be present. In addition there are the following who have signified their intention to be present: Rev. Jno. Hamerson, Whittemore; Rev. J. W. Walker, Emmetsburg; Rev. H. L. Smith, Ren wick; Rev. Rev. G. B. Malone and wife. Swea City; Rev. C. A. Dewit, Corwith; Rev. J. Green and wife, Livermore; Rev. O. K. Maynard and wife, Britt; Rev. T. L. Kaine, Armstrong; Rev. E. L. Benedict and wife, Bancroft; Rev. G. F. Whitfield and wife, Burt; Bev. Schmidt, German Methodist pastor, Burt; Rev. J. W. Mahood, Rock Rapids. Of course there will be others who have not felt sure enough of attending to notify the pastor of that fact. The services will begin at the Congregational church at 2 o'clock, and will include, together with special music, an address by Bishop McCabe, At the. conclusion of this service, the congregation will repair to the new church, where the corner stone will be laid with due ceremony. The business men have agreed to close their stores from 2 to 4 o'clock so that all may have a chance to witness these interesting exorcises. The stone will bo set on the south west corner and will occupy the first place above the floor joists on the southwest tower buttress. It will contain the following articles: a Bible, a Methodist hymn book, a Methodist discipline, copies of church official papers, copies of local newspapers, a list of the church membership and officiary, clippings announcing the declaration of war against Spain and the victories of Devv- ey, Schloy and Shafter, and an American flag. It will be a notable occasion and a most enjoyable one, of which THE UPPER DBS MOINES will give a detailed report next week. Now is the time, Our store the place for Fruit for Cannin If you want to do some canning see us before you buy. We will make you very close prices on anything you want. Cowles' Block, No. 8. James Patterson. Don't The Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church will serve supper at the rink tonight from 5 o'clock. After 4 o'clock you can get refreshments; ice cream and cake, and lemonade. Supper 15 cents. J. A. HAMILTON & Co. have 1,000 largo maps of Alaska and British Columbia, showing the Klondike district and the places where great fortunes have been made. You can save a fortune if you do your trading at the hardwood lumber yard. One of these Klondike maps will be given to every purchaser of goods from our yard until they are all gone. 1712 BEST castor machine oil only 25 cts. per gallon at Doxsee's hard ware. -17t2 On Show Day Hundreds of pooplo from all over this and adjoining counties will bo In Algona to see the elephants, and in order that every man and boy who comee here may secure a first-class JACK KNIFE at a price that will leave him enough money after paying for it to go to the show, we have placed on Bale for that day ONLY a good heavy knife, made in America, of hand-forged razor steel, every blade being fully wa&s,, ranted by us for only 39 CENTS, the equal of which you would pay 60o or 60o for in any retail store. For the women we will offer a full quart granite water dipper for only 15 CENTS, the same you have been paying 25 cents for, ONE DAY ONLY. C. M. DOXSEE, Hardware. SEE Galbraith & Co.'s this week. remnant sale o MUST LOOK OUT TOR EHUBAEB. Uhutmrb Wine .Does Up Old and Experienced Stone Cutters In two Hound*). Kovlovslcl, who is helping the stone cutters on the new church, wanted to do the handsome thing by the boys Sunday, and so tapped a keg of rhubarb wine of his own manufacture in their honor. The boys were used to most everything else, but rhubarb wine had a new tangle to thorn and they speedily succumbed. The first two glasses did up most of them. This of itself would not make an item, but incidental to this was a debate in which Ernest Blinkman engaged with a stone cutter. The result of this was that Ernest's face looked like a corner stone, while the cutter's hand was in such bad shape that he couldn't go to work Monday. The boys have sworn off on rhubarb in all its forms. IF you have idle money why not have it whore it will earn you something. Interest paid on time deposits. 45 GEO. C. CALL. UR lines of Boots and Shoes contain many points of ' strength. We are strong in having the largest store and largest stock. Our strength lies in having the best and newest goods made. And one strong point over all competition is that our prices are the lowest, quality considered. Brownell & Allred, Exclusively Boots and Shoes, Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. Pino repairing and custom work. Until Aug. 1st I will sell all kinds of Harness G-oods at surprisingly LOW PRICES. Hand-made Harness. Your Wedding Ring. Buy your wedding ring of us, we ways'make the bride a present. 5tf DlNGLEY & PUGH. al- REMNANTS of all kinds of wash goods at prices that will surprise you. G. L. GALBRAITH & Co. FOB time loans on real estate at Kossuth County State Bank. apply GOOD table tumblers at 25c a dozen at Grove & Son's. SHEET music—all the latest songs— 33i off. DINGLEY & PUGH. TAKE a look at our remnant counter this week, first comes first served. G. L. GALBRAITH & Co. and machine-made harness, made by good mechanics—no boys' work—and always give a perfect fit. PADS are away down. So are my collars, the best on the market. BIG- CUT PRICE. Come and see me and be convinced. Opposite Boston Block. M. P. HAGGARD. G. F. PEEK Two furnished summer cottages for rent, West OUobojl lake; Address A. O, Stevens, Spencer, lQwa,*48$ A SMALL quantity of binding twine just in. Standard, 13 c<yits; Manila, 14 cents.-16t2 G. M. JOHNSON. SEE our premium portrait offer. THERE are soaps and soaps, but there are none better than the Maple City. Sold only by M. Z. GROVE & SON. ADJUSTABLE window screens, 36 cts. each at Doxsee's hardware. 1712 MAPLE CITY, the best white laundry soap. M. Z. GROVE & SON. CONSTIPATION and piles are twins. They kill people inch by inch. Sap life away every day. Rocky Mountain Tea will surely cure you—35 ots. Ask your druggist. WE have arranged to accommodate 10,000 people July 26—show day. 17i2 JAMES PATTERSON. NATURE intended man to be stwsg, to love and be loved. Caj&'t exp$»f much from a sickly, 'taint in him. Rfl , nerve, 4s fU Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Smith."! Abstracts, Real Estate,-^, Collections, ALGONA, IOWA. Bicycles Repaired, Lawn Mowers Sharpened, receive W* The undersigned has opened a repository for Flour and Feed, in the Wilson building, oppo- $ite y, £, M. office, and asks shate of the; public's patronage |Yee delivery to, <wy part of $ty« My terms I eto& aim be BEPAIBED AND Saws Filed J. L EDMONDS, ALGONA, IOWA. Two doors south of U. D. M. office. Tews. Qxx, Painter, Paper Hanger JCALSOMINER, SIGN AND CARRIAGE PAINTER.

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