The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1898 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 26, 1898
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THE UPMK DES MOINES'. ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1898. - m Grand Opening -OF THE" KASH SAVIN £ AIL WA f TIMS CARD8. CHICAGO, MILWAtfftKE A Sf . PAUL. LOCAti SRAIN6 WftST. No. 1 departs at .............. ... ..... No.3 departs at ...................... 3:58pm Ftelghts that catry passengers- * No. 93 aepftrtsat ................... 10:«pm No. 71 departs at .................... § : S2 pm No. 85 departs at ..................... 8:30pm TBAiSS BAST. No.2 departs at ...................... ^'il*™ No.4 departs at ...................... 6:28pm Freights that carry passengers— No. 7fr departs at...... .............. 10:10 pm No. 94 departs at ..................... 2:20pm B. P. HEDMCK, Agent. CHICAGO ft NORTHWESTERN* South- Freight 11:30 a m Pass 7:08 am Mixed I2:15pm Mixed 7:54pffl North- Mixed 7:30 a m Freight 12:15 pm Pass 2:40 pin Mixed 10:50 p tn Arrive at Des Motnes at 12:15 p. m., 6:15 p. m,, and 1:20 a. tn. . F. H. VESPER, Agent. QALL OPERA HOUSE— J. W. WADSwoniH Manager ONB KI©MT FRIDAY, OCT. 28 STOR" MR. CLAY CLEMENT In his delightful romantic production, A Southern Gentleman, Seats now on sale at E. & F. drag store. THE LOCAL FIELD. Saturday, Oct. 29. The public is invited to our grand opening, which takes place on the above date. We shall be able to show you everything that human need demands. This may seem a broad statement, but we are here to do this, and do it at prices which will put money in every customer's pocket. T. J. VINCENT, East State St., ALQONA, IOWA. Clay Clement Friday evening. Election comes a week from next Tuesday. W. Baker and Leona Hudson are licensed to wed. The Boston Symphony orchestra next Tuesday evening. • Taylor's challongesalo begins Nov. 2, Keep that day in mind. Norman McNainoe is now the popular clerk at the Tennant. Arthur Button's family southeast of town has a fine girl since Friday. The Methodist ladies are arranging for a merchant's carnival for the last of November. The opening club dance will be given by the harp orchestra this evening at Clarke's hall. A fair house greeted "That Girl" last Wednesday evening. She was as clever as ever. Glen. Brunson is on the road thone days selling a cash register. He has the state of Iowa. J. W. Robinson, F. S. Norton, O. L. Foss and John Cronin have new advertisements this week. The Iowa Savings and Loan association of Des Moines is bringing seven foreclosure suits in Kossuth. Doxsee is putting a furnace in the D. H. Hutuhius home and remodeling the one In the C. B. Clark home. A Good Offer I will give $2 to the new Methodist church for every Suit or Overcoat sold to a member of said church. Suits or Overcoats to be sold at the very lowest cash prices. Suits from - $ 8.50 up Overcoats from $13.00 up You can have your clothes made either in Algona, New York, or Chicago. Everything will be made satisfactory. Woolen goods have gone up in price, but the stock I fiave on hand, which I bought at very low prices, will be sold to all and everybody at the very lowest price possible. The New York and Chicago houses that I am selling clothes for are as good as any to be found. Cutting, Repairing, cleaning and pressing clothes are done as cheaply as they can be done. Buttons made to order, Steamship tickets sold to and from Europe all the leading lines. O TQ YOUR EYES, y. S&I5"3|SS» Optfcalwio Optician. no yoiweyes a<*e, flameai or pain in OH NO P4Y, Artesian weu contractor. I nave the only cable steam dfllUng jasonine owned in the county! sin* weUe t?* w*4»rM>P&»F& Clay Clement is the greatest actor who has ever played on the Algona stage, and the most entertaining. Judge Helsell will be here for part of the November term to try some cases Judge Quarton cannot preside in. When you read what John Goeders says this week you. will know that Algona is the place to buy clothing, H. H. Bush was over from Garner yesterday. He says the new Garner railway is going right across Kossuth. October has been unusually cold. It has been a very disagreeable month. We have not had even a hint of Indian summer, Galbralth's store is headquarters for capes and jackets at present, and a finer assortment has not been shown by them in Algona. The Clay Clement company brings its own scenery throughout, and everything now on the stage at the opera bouse is expected to come out. The Northwestern will take people to the Omaha show Friday for $3.25 round trip. The return train leaves Omaha Saturday evening at 9 o'clock. After next Tuesday no more tickets will be sold for the lecture course. All who want to hear five splendid entertainments for $ 1 must buy before Tuesday. It is rumored that the new railway town in Buffalo township is to be located on the northwest quarter of section nine. A booming lot of buildings will go up at once. Next Sunday night at the Congregational church there will be a union temperance service. Miss Phelps, the noted Canadian lecturer, is expected to give the address. It is practically decided that the new school house will go over until spring. The plans will be perfected and the contracts let, so that work can begin as soon as frost is out. The school board has selected Miss Mary Parks of Auburn, 111., as music teacher in the schools. She came yesterday. She has had an exceptionally fine musical education. Rev, Frank E. Day will give a course of three lectures to the A. O. U. W. on Tuesday evenings, Nov. 8, 15 and 22, for the good of the order. All Workmen urged to be present. The ladies of the Degree of Honor, A. O. U. W., will give a social at Mrs. Fred. Fuller's tomorrow evening. All Workmen and wives invited. Special feature will be the "swell supper." Services at the Congregational church at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Theme of morning sermon; " The Value of Church Membership," Union temperance meeting in the evening. Mrs. John Wallace expects to join her husband soon in Georgia, and has her goods packed, The Baser family, which has been occupying the Dr. Bead property, has rented the Wallace house. Friday should be a good day to lay off on. Everybody should oome to town and see the Terrible Swede try the Cory pony again, see a real live foot ball game, and stay for Clement in the evening. Col. Martin, who is bringi democrat is now advocating the election of republican congressman, and he says he feela friendlier to his old playmate than he used to when he was Supporting democratic nominees. The Baptist ladies will sefrve a IS cent supper in their church parlors tomorrow night from 6:30 o'clock unti,l all are served. Experience social after supper. A cordial invitation is extended to all. The date of the flower festival has been Bxed for Nov. 17 and 18 at the court house. This festival will differ from the Chrysanthemum show of the past two years, and will have many attractive features. The opening number of the lecture course series, the Boston orchestra, will be on at the opera house next Tuesday evening. It is needless to advertise it further as the seats are nearly all taken already. The Vincent Rrtcket store opens Saturday and an Invitation to the public appears this week to come and get acquainted. THE UPPER DES MOIRES knows Mr. Vincent and can assure its readers that he is all right. There was a big scramble for reserved seats for the lecture course Monday. The whole plat was sold nearly. Still good seats remain for all who want to attend, and have no seats reserved. "Bailey's box" is still open to all. Mrs. Bufflngton and family want to be sent by the county to friends near Marshalltown. At present dlptheriais raging In the locality and she prefers to wait. She is in want and the county will be called upon to caro for her. The Masons were in Alfjona in force last week to take instructions from Goo. B. Van Saun, grand custodian. Friday evening they had a " raising," and the brethern fromEmmetsburg, Ltvermore und nil other neighboring towns woro present. The ladles of the Congregational society will give a reception in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Snckow and family Thursday evening of this week in the church parlors. All members of the church and congregation are cordially invited to attend. Rev. Sinclair, when he WHS in Algona, introduced James Patterson to an old Vermont friend who was a maple sugar maker nnd ever since then the Patterson store has had Simon-pure maple syrup. It bus a big supply this fall, and It is very fine. Congressman Dolliver hns been In such demand in other parts of Iowa and in other states that he has been unable to give as many speeches in his own district as he would have liked. He speaks in Kossuth twice, at Whittemore and Wesley, next week Saturday. Services ns usual at the Methodist church next Sunday morning. Dr. Day's theme for discourse will bo, "The Church and the Problems of Modern Civilization." The congregation will join in the union temperance meeting at the Congregational church In the evening. The directors of the farmers' mill met Monday and decided to build a store house near the mill. Work will begin at once. The business of the mill has become such that more room is absolutely necessary. The farmers' mill is a groat success under Manager Hofius' charge. Chas. Eckholm, who lived in Algona some 25 years ago and who has been a prosperous farmer in Swea ever since, has come back to Algona to live and has moved into the Jake Neilson house. We knew Charley when he was a boy and he is as genial and good natured now as he was then. He will be welcomed back to his old home. Leslie Tillotson and Chas. Brooks came up from Des Moines Friday evening on an eight days' furlough. All the boys were allowed to go by paying their own railway fare, half rate, but the others thought they might as well stay in Dos Moines. The company will be mustered out early next week and then they will all come homo for good. Burt has been Algona's right hand supporter in the matter of keeping up high grade entertainments. Burt has taken 42 tickets for the lecture course. The other towns less favorably situated for coming and going have done well. Whittemoro takes 27 tickets, Bancroft 15, Wesley 5. Emmetsburg has a scheme by which it will want 10 tickets. Forrest Rice and The Terrible Swede have a race arranged at Waverly for Saturday. Forrest has wanted to put his pony against a fast man, and has confidence in horse flesh. Waverly is having some big races and offered a purse as a special attraction sufficient to warrant the race. Forrest's pony is a stayer, and will givo Lawson a hard race unless he has very speedy pacers, Mr. Killmar came on last week to We Are Much ^inp^jg^ ^j ^| Pleased With our trade during Fair week* We gave the people bargains in G-roceries, and we know they appreciated them, for they bought large, healthy, invigorating bills— like the Dingley bill. We still have bargains that are equally good and that are surpassed by none. We are here to do business—that's why we solicit your trade. Cowles' Block, No. 8. . ' James Patterson. J. L. Donalioo & Co. Minnesota Office ovor postofllce, Algona, Write for circulars. la. From $5 to $15 per acre. Taylor's Challenge \ 44444-f444-f4-44>4'4'-f4--f-f4-f44> Sale. Nov. 2, 3, 4, and 5. All are Invited. A Five Days' Sale. It's to be a genuine sale—one of Taylor's old-fashioned sales—a merchandise mover. Hundreds know what a sale means at Taylor's. Jas, Taylor. Warm Footwear Is in Demand Now And we are prepared to supply you with anything you need in that line. Boots and shoes made exclusively for us and just what you need for fall and winter wear. Fine shoes and overshoes to keep you feet warm and dry and save doctor bills. For anything you want in footwear always consult Fine Repairing. Exclusively Boots and Shoes, Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. A. (IILMOUK. President, K, P, KEITH, Vice 1'reshlent, M. SOIIENOK, Keuniary, J. W. WADHWOKTII, Treanurer. DIRECTORS; o. it. uuraniNs, PKANK DEYINE, 01IAS. WOOSTBli, S. STHVSSY, 0. 8. ANGUS, J. U. S'fAOY. put in the steel bridge at the Call crossing, but as soon as he looked over the bridge that had been sent he said that it was not up to specifications. Mr, Smith told him that it would do no good to put it in unless it met the specifications, and he has now shipped the whole thing back. When he left he said he would have another bridge here at once. A new choir was installed at the Methodist church last Sunday, consisting of Misses Crete Goddard and Maggie Hunt, soprano and alto, and Messrs. Bert Williams and Fred Fuller, tenor and bass. The work of the initial Sunday was excellent and the Methodists are much pleased with their music arrangements for the current year. Prof. Smith presides most satisfactorily at the organ. The Crusade anthem will be sung at the union temperance meeting next Sunday evening. This anthem is a setting to music of the 146th psalm by Rev. D. M. Stiles of the Baptist church. When the Crusade hymn began - its march, holding prayer meetings in saloons, this psalm was always read, and when the Crusade developed Into the W, C. T. U. that organization gave it the name, The Crusade Psalm, and it has ever since been read At all their public gatherings. the backs of seat tickets for the cpurse. The Farmers' Milling Co, ^^ OWNERS AND OPERATORS OF THE ALGONA ROLLER MILLS. Can furnish the trade with choice flour from selected wheat; also bran, shorts, and ground feed In lots to suit purchasers. This is a farmers' company and solicits the farmers' business. Bacolxangr© T7v r orls: a Specialty. We can and will do as well by you as any intll in /. li. ffOFIUS, General Manager. Highest cash price paid for good wheat. Iowa. Give the uew company a trial. attention Central to Algona, w ae b,or» Jn game county in West YU'ginte $«rt ^ P. Bolljtvev was, and as hoys, th,ey played together Col. DEATH OF MES._PITT GRAY ATE. Mrs. B, B. Warren's Sister I)lun ut Wl»lte\vnter-A Lady Well Known In Aluomi. A telegram Friday morning announced the death of Mrs. Pitt Cravath at her home in Whitewater, Wis. Mr, and Mrs, R. B- Warren and Dr, McCoy took the evening train east to attend the funeral. Tbe news came as a surprise to many friends in Algona, but not to those intimately acquainted with h,er,. She was 53 years of ago and leave* Vive, THE THOBIMTOIOHANQES HANDS, O. W, AIoMurray .LeutioB HJs Hotel uml May Sell — A Good Mnu ju (Jhurtjo. O. W. MoMurray has leased the Thorington to Landlord Rausph of Garner, who will take possession before Nov, 10. A sale , is lively to follow, Mr. ItauBoh comes highly recommencl* ed, The hotel is well equipped. Mr, jMoMurray has not decided what he. will do, but he may go to Cavnep. FOB time loans OH veal at KosButb, County State

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