The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1898 · Page 8
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',. ^33$T»t**08$ r'" ' ' .."""/ - * •• '•' - v • • ' ' , m - WPEK DBS M01KE8; ALGONA, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, JULY SO. 1898. Will OM1KIZEAKD FIGHT TO BOtilS, Almost Here! Next Tuesday is Circus Day in Algeria! to the Kosstith County Ptftt fiook Will Stand Sttit— News from All Ovefr the Ciotinty. E. H. Clarke of Algona has been out collecting from the subscribers to the JCossuth county plat book, who have refused to pay. There are quite a number in the county, and with few exceptions they will stand suit in the coming term of the district court. The Swea City Herald published a call last week for a meeting of the unfortunates, who will organize and fight. The testimony at the hearing will be interesting. inSdyard Lender. H. F. Bleich has severed his connections with A. E. Graves & Co. and purchased an interest in the Lowder drug store, and hereafter instead of being Lowder Drug Co. it will it will be H. F. Bleich & Co. Miss Amy Penny has severed her connections with the Kossuth county schools, and departed for her home at Osage last Saturday evening. Miss Penny has ranked among the best of our teachers, and we regret very much that she concluded to give up school •work in this county. Sho has made many friends hero who regret very much to have her leave. We predict that she will come back to Ledyard to live. _ Hurt Monitor. Ed. Cook, of the real estate firm of Dingley & Cook, was up from Algona last Saturday. This firm does considerable business up this way. On Saturday of this week and Monday of next, Blossom & Dau will load a car of live poultry. They have been buying for two weeks past, paying five cents per pound. J. N. Easterly met with an accident 'some two weeks ago which resulted in his getting his left arm broken. He was leading a horse out of the barn to hitch up when the other horses began kicking at it. He was thrown down, got caught in the flynet, and he and the norse rolled in the dirt together. The horse in getting up struck his arm with its foot, breaking it. He is a member of the Yeoman order, and they pay him $100. Considering the reliability and cheapness of these fraternal organizations, they are a good thing to belong to. _ Wesley News. Miss Fannie Ford, attending the summer school at Algona, was taken suddenly sick last week, and being unable to pursue her studies, returned to her home in Buffalo Forks last Saturday. R L. Lamoreaux is hauling out a lot of six-inch tile which he intends to lay across his farm in Buffalo in order to get a good outlet for the many branches he is putting in. The City Meat Market, formerly owned by S. X. Way and A. S. White, changed hands yesterday and will hereafter be run under the able management of Chas. Bronson, who has had considerable experience in the meat business. Mr. Bronson is well known throught the county and it is needless to say the people will find him a thorough gentleman to deal with. The name of the market will remain the same. Mr. White, who had charge of the market since started, will devote his time to selling binders and farm machinery this summer. WUittemore Champion. John Erde has sold his farm to Fred Ostwald for $40 per acre. John will probably move to town now and grow old in a graceful manner. Since the dagoes left here the boys can't find a market for the gophers they catch. The dagoes paid them two cents apiece for all they could bring and used them in place of other meat. Attorney Miller of Wesley has bought McEnroe out we understand. We welcome Mr. Miller but we are sorry to have Mac and his worthy wife leave our city. May success attend both the old and the new disciples of Blackstone. John Fenske gaily strode his wheel last Sunday and went over near Algona to visit relatives. It is reported that one of Algona's bloomer girls got after him and chased him nearly home, which of course shocked his modesty and scared him nearly to death. A IjOtts Creek Wedding. Champion: At the home of the bride's parents in Lotts Creek township, James E. Walker and May Bessie Locke; last evening. A pleasant company assembled to witness the ceremony and participate in the congratu- tions offered. Refreshments consisting Of ice cream and cake were served. The ceremony was performed by Rev. H. Bellman. We wish the young couple a happy and prosperous journey, JJ1K Poultry Shipment. Tkere were 3,000 chickens loaded at Corwith'on last Wednesday for New York City. _ _ A Close Call. A Mr, Henke, who lives in Fenton, bad a narrow escape. During a thunder storm the lightning killed the cow be was milking and did him no personal Injury, nor did it injure the cows in adjoining stalls, but it jumped over a number of intervening head and killed ft horse clear at the other side of the People to Conduct .'Present It, IOO i Cases and Char* lots for Its Men* 1 fOMPITTE ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN OF RARE WILD BEAST5, rrFR-BRFD ANIMALS, GAY PLUMA6ED BIRDS Aixt* 1AAA OTHER EXHIBITED IIII II IWONDER3 WITH* •!• OP THE'"' BRUTE CREATION Tremendously Increased 10 Size And Exhibition*] Wealth. This Year Presenting; Free to Its nil- •nrnaJ HotlS of PatfOflS THE [ORANDEST FREE HOLIDAY STREET DEHONSTRATION EVER SEEN IN ANY AGE OR COUNTRY. Displaying; Upon I the Public Highway on Ab« " Iaolutely Glorious I Original IHOW GREM BIG SHOW II«ATEST»ARADE*SLlH ON STagiiMiir«miwB»i«m^i»»»»i»M»«aK^B»"'^^.^^ Departure In Procesnlonal Amazements. ••• RJNOLINO BROTHERS'TREflENDOUS, f $ NEW SPECTACULAR STREET CARNI- BIO '' =•-.» M*$ * fft'v? t „„ GLITTERING SECTIONS i Tho /losl Enormous Visions of Beauty i.vli mi>1 UramSi'tir 3vcr Conceived by iii'l Mm"- Prominent Among These 30 •S Sections nrc: Section 29-SUPERB $$ SCENE OP THE ORIENT, a Colossal :Bi Caravan In Full Equipment With Hv«li.i of CoraelB Uearing the Wealth • f Oriental Looms Across the Desert. Section 1O-SPLEN- DID PROCESSIONAL. PORTRAYAL o« the FAMOUS ENGLISH .,„_-______ DERBY DAY. n«;>resentlng High Bn|(llsh Society on Its Way to the Derby Rac««, Mag- ulilcent Tally-Hos, T-Carts, Drags, Brakes, Carts, Spiders, Coaches and all Manner of Swell Turn-Outs. Section 21-WARFARE IN THE PUMJAUB, HERDS OP WAR ELEPHANTS, HARNESSED TO CANNON. ESCORTED BY HOUN- *r. f V.\Lflb-jrJF"fig|gF M "' !••• SIFTED MILITARY ANDMOyiNaotl TO . ji*..... . «..» . ...JILF mWTIllU VI-. •** THE ENCOUNTER WITH WARRING TR1BSS. Section 18-COHPLETE AND SEPA- ^^^miHiSg RATE CHILDREN'S I FAIRY-LAND PARADE. Sectk-ns 14, 15. 16. J 17 and 19 ACCURATELY 1ACCOUTRED PAHED . MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS OP THB I WORLD, Including a Company of KAI5ER I WILHELM'S FAMOUS 22nd REG1HENT OP 1 " | DRAGOONS with Re- 1 nowned Band Playing on Horse-Back. 20 More Glorious Sections. 30 IN ALL,. HIGHEST SALARY_fjyER. ^ D ^ Af t YMAT T Rr ^ C J ll 5Y/-A uniTtp IH Ail t RICA- TION THROUa^OJUT^ALL TRAVELING CIRCUS IN AMERICA. THE MOST WONDERFUL . FOREIGN FEATURE EVER! INTRODUCED INTO TENT-! ED AMUSEMENTS IN THIS! COUNTRY. L IN EUROPE, WHERE THESB MARVELOUS ELEPHANT ACTORS WERE TRAINED AND PER-1 — FBCTED, THEY HAVE) CREATED A HOST UNPARALLELED SENSATION, EVEN ROYALTYi ITSELF BEING AN IN-1—,. TERBSTED SPECTATOR. THEIR LUDICROUS COMEDY PLAYS SO NEARLY . RESEMBLE AND DEPICT THE ACTIONS | AND MOTIVES f OF HUMAN BEINGS AS TO SURPASS THE in AGINATION IN CON- , CEPTIONl :• • .i..i. ,:t;f:i<\ AMI |J^ftM*l^^K»f^^^HLB^Wj|«jfMfB|^H^Itg|HiJi^gliy >la * ! ^ M ™ l ™ Jl ^^ >M " J * HM *^ iBJI ^',.. . _ —. 7*iucM:ifei\ r/lTNCCCFh AND PQJITIVEUY SEEN AT EVERY » SHOW ALWAYS AT THE HEAD WnLKLvER WiTnEDJLPpfRFoRriAHcior KINOLIHG BROS siwh £ N g"THIS YEAR ACTUALLY DOUB). REQUIRING 3 RINGS AND 2 STAGES. LED IN SIZE. . . . TWICE AS flANY ELEPH*NT3 AS EVER SEEN ABSOLUTELY WATER-PROOF 300 Performers. 100 Circus acts. BTrainsorusrs lnve8ted.$3.700,000. Dally Expenaea,$7,400 ^^ ^ Two Complete Pariormancos. Afternoon at 2. Night at 8 Twice As I HOTHINi HIKE IT mm ig a Circus, WILL POSITIVELY EXHIBIT RAIN OR SHINE, AT , TTJIL/^" 2S, 1SSS. E^-Reserved seats and admission show day without any advance in price at E. & F. drug store. with his forehead completely peeled and the skin hanging down over his eyes. He ran and caught his team, which had gotten away from the hired man, and it is supposed that the hay rack struck him — he was knocked senseless and does not know what tore his forehead so—but he held to the team. Dr. Saunders sewed up the wound and the patient remained in town until Tuesday. Mr. Larson was kicked in the right breast by a colt three weeks ago and was just getting over the effects of it when this happened. IiuVerne News. Geo. W. Hanna and wife were at Goldfleld Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Wm. Montgomery. Mrs. Montgomery was one of the oldest settlers in Wright county, having resided there since about '57. Secretary Brown reports to us that for the year ending June 1st the creamery received 1,983,235 pounds of milk, and the average test was 8.8. Average price paid was 17i cents. The butter fat weighed 72,042 pounds, and $14,043.88 was received for butter of which $11,844.18 was paid to the patrons of the creamery, making nearly $1,000 a month that is distributed among our farmers. Can This be Sugar Molly? Webster City Tribune: An attachment suit was on in Justice Knowles' , . .. S.w«» CJty Herald. Peterson) who lives on Mrs. WUspa's place three miles northwest of town, had a tumor removed from hie grpiq the letter pa.rt pf last week, He has b'eea Riling all the spring but fup- was caused by a rup- court today. It is a case where a woman's household goods were hauled to the city in wagons from Algona, and the bill for the work was never paid. The other day she had arranged to leave the city, and an attachment was issued by the court for the household goods and placed in Officer Butler's hands to serve. The woman will probably have the team hire to pay. Wesley Reporter, Ed. Johnson is at work on the basement of his new store building just north of Frank Hedriok's residence in Sexton, The building will be 22x40, one story high. When completed be will put in a good stock of general merchandise. Kev. S. L. Eastman has an apple tree in his yard with quite a number of large apples on it, and now it is blossoming again for a second crop. 2. S. Barrel t is in the stock business. He sold a Jersey caU one day old last Tuesday to Prank Hume for $25. Since the statement which appeared in the Reporter a few weeks ago regarding the establishment of a flour mill in Wesley, considerable talk has been indulged ifl by the people throughout the neighborhood' Jtjs Mr- Kol- man'e |d,eajo organize a stack ootopany and put up a mill of about 60 barrels capacity per day, himself taking sufficient BtocK to guarantee it a success so far as operating it Ik ppn.oerned. Mv. Kolomu is a practical miller, having 'kadwoy what he has seen of our territory he is satisfied a mill could be successfully operated here. Bancroft Register. Miss Luella Bircher had a narrow escape Friday last. She was riding Blue Light when he took fright at something and started to run. She fell or was thrown off on the rough roud and rendered unconscious for a long time, her face and head being badly scraped and scratched. Both eyes were swollen shut for a day, but fortunately no serious effects resulted and she was out again in a few days. Bancroft is to have a new band. A meeting was held Tuesday evening and organization perfected under the leadership of C. L. Griswold. The roster and instrumentation will be: B flat cornets, Aug. Johnson, E. C. Anderson, Dr. Vorwerk, C. L. Griswold; E flat, F. Tallman; alto, C. B. Sarchett; tenor, W. B. Tallman; baritone, O. L. Ostrander; bass, F. H. Bemis; clarinet, B. Ross; drums, J. A. Campbell and J. M. Heathershaw. Carl Adolphson and Paul Arend take some part also. There is good material in the new organization, and we hope they will meet with the encouragement they deserve and make a permanent go of it. MONEY—On first mortgages. Money—On second mortgages. Money—On short time. Money—At lowest rates. Money—Geo. C. Call, Algona, Iowa. months, 25 cents for three months. A trial order solicited. Sample copies free on application. Address, Perkins Bros. Co., Sioux City, Iowa. Publishers the Daily Journal, $6 per year; the Sunday Journal, $2; the Twice a Week Journal, $1; the Daily Evening Times, NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL. State of Iowa, Kossuth County—ss.—District Court in and for Kossuth County. To all whom it may concern: Whereas, On the 12th flay of July, 1898, a paper purporting to be the last will and testament of Freeman Ash Sr., late of said county, deceased, was filed in my office, and was by me opened and publicly read; and the Oth day of September. 1898, appointed and fixed as the time when the same will come before the court, at the September term thereof then to be held, as the duly executed last will and testament of the said Freeman Ash Sr., deceased, at which time all persons interested may appear and show cause why the same should not be ad initted to probate. Dated tdis 13th day of July, 1 | 98( :, ROSE 1813 Clerk of the District Court. LOOK TO YOUR EYES. "«.-....v,.- Opthalmic Optician. The most difficult cases of children a specialty. Do your eyes ache, smart, water, become inflamed, or pain in the eyeball, orbit, temple or forehead? It so you should consult a competent optician, with the latest scientific method of correcting all errors of refraction. Examination and consultation free. Office over E. J. Gilmore's store, Algona, Iowa. SHELLY & PETTIBONE, MARBLE Head Stones, • Monuments, ^~See us before you contract. BLANKS— THE STANDARD FORMS TOWNSHIP PLATS SIX INCHES SQUARE You find these at The Upper Des Molnes office. Prices are right. PROFESSIONAL. -*^- N ^-s»X^X-*^~^^^X^.^^-'^-^*^^'^"^^^^"^ CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSQN & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbraith's. IN- SEE last page of this paper for our premium portrait announcement. A FINE life-size portrait is easily obtained through our liberal offer, OUK premium portrait offer is the best thing that ever happened. No. 1 RED STAB harvester oil and harvester whips at D. B. AVEY'S. A New Plrxn. Geo. Campbell and Nels Grenwell have formed a partnership in the general blacksmithing business, and can be found at the old Warner stand on State street, prepared to take care of all who may want work in their line. Do all kinds of blacksmithing, wagon repairing, painting, etc.—16t4 THE SIOUX CITY JOURNAL, Twice a week, four pages Tuesday, eight pages Friday. The beet and cheapest, A delightful visitor anticipated with pleasure by its thousands of readers. Two papers every week. The Journal's popularity is certainly evidenced by its large and ever-increasing circulation. Bright, clean, and en? tertaining. It pleases all. Once a subscriber, always a subscriber, features of the Journal: The news of the world, able editorials, scientific miscellany, reliable market reports, short stories, humorous illustrations, the latest fash- iougoesip. Termsofeufesorlptlon: One Collar per year, 50 eppto tor SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-Ferfsuson bljck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. has demonstrated ten thousand times that it IB almost infallible FOR WOMAN'S PECULIAR. WEAKHJSSgg, Irregularities end derangements. It baa become the leading remedy tor this class of troubles. It exerts a wonderfully healing, strengthening and soothing influence upon the menstrual organs. It cures "whites" and falling of the womb, It Btopa flooding and relieves sup- J. O. RAYMOND. B. F. REED. E. O. HA.YMONP Raymond, Reed & Raymond, ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Durdall's store, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over Kossuth County State • Bank, Algona, Iowa, F. L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND 8UR&EON, Office and residence in the Boston Block, (IP the new block.) f" Paragon Heating Co., BBITT, IOWA. W. H. REED, AGENT, Algoua, Iowa. BBITT, Iowa, June 8,1898.—Five years ago I put in my house what I thought to be the best furnace in the market. It has taken from eight to ten tons of hard coal to keep my bouse warm through the winter seasons. J^aat year Treganza Bros, replaced it with a No. 88 Paragon furnace, which has proved much more satisfactory in every way, and consuming less than five tons of harfl coal during the winter. I cannot speak too highly tor the Paragon fur- naoe, ana would recommend it to all whowa,nt » first-claps heater. PB. W. 8. pressed and painful menstruation, fcor Change of Life it is the best medicine made, jt Is beneficial during pregnancy, and helps to bring children into homes barren for years, It invigorates, stimulates, strengthens the,whole system. This great remedy Is 0«ered to «H afflicted women, why will any womau suffer another minute with certain relief within teach? Wine of Oardui only costs $1,00 per bottle at your drug store. For aAMw, <n < H. C. McCOY, M. J)., PHYSIO JAN AND SURGfEON- Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND Algona, M. J. KENEEICK., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. Rev. J. W. SMITH, C?mden, 6. C., "My wife used Wii e of Cardul at for falling of th« y* RID and It er cured her." iey«i ,..i,ome entirely DR. MARQARET E, COLES, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence in Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. DENTIST. 4. L, %m\ D, D,S. Local anaesthetic fox deadening pain In gums when extracting teeth. T EGAL BLANKS— -M Buy them at the Upper Des Moines offtc a&d get the most approved forms. «Fi»w^i«T~r7 T T i F"} • »'" •"- > i&BMf«-k..a?.!''^.' 1 v4 l ..'.\i'.'.^'.'. ',,-,*V,-i',,,

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