The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1898 · Page 5
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THE MS MOINESi ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12 IS THE DAY THE ORCHESTRA WILL PLAY AND WE WILL CELEBEATE OtTR B^^MM^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^L|^ ^^^^ tt^liti^MWI^^ • ' G-rstnd Holiday Or>en.in r € v&i '{? _ ^ WE have recently returned from eastern markets and will show an unusually large and choice selection of appropria*^f^ Goock' VV nf tPti r,Pf rPtit nn tr. P Ptitir* stock The SOUVENIRS we give to the ladies this year on this special occasion are a great treat, and surpass tnose given ling the Sato metom^^^0^ are in demand great care L been exercised in selecting same, and we are conBdent that a personal call and mspenhon of our Hohday ime will result in our mutual benefit. Soliciting your esteemed patronage we are, Yours respectfully,.. BHLERS Sc f\DfVMS, Deutsche Apotheke. DINGLEY 6c PUOH Up-to-Date Jewelers, ±dL±LJS ^3DE have secured the services of a thorough, competent, up-to-date city watchmaker, a man who has had years of prac ca/c^e^er^ce tnfine hgh-giade On Dec. 12, the date of our Grand Holiday Opening, we will clean or put m mamspnng for 50c in anywatch ordock that 1S M™* » ™ *** o all work is guaranteed just the same as if you paid regular prices. If you can't bring your watch T)l]^Q]^EY & PUGH, B°G WATCH or clock in, send it in and secure the benefit of these low prices. -~-L-=—=============== RAILWAY TIMS CASD8. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOCAL TRAINS TOST. No. 1 departs at ; 9:05 am No.3 departs at 3:B8pm Freights that carry passengers— No.93 departsat ...10:45pm No.71 departs at 3: S5^ m No. 65 departsat.... S:30pm TBAIHS BAST. No. 2 departs at 10:45 am No. 4 departs at «:28pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 78 departs at 10:10pm No.94 departs at 3:20pm B. F. HIDRICK, Agent. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. South— ~ •" *-** 11-30 a m Mixed pass 7:OBam Mixed 12:15pm Mixed 7:54pm North- Freight 12:15 pm Pass 2:40 pm Mixed 10:BOp m ~:16p HlXeu I;u* yiw AixiAov* •*" »" ArrlveatDesMolnesatia-.lBp. m., 6 m., and 1:20 a. m. 1 F. H. VESPBH, Agent. THE LOCAL FIELD. Goedera' big ribbon sale is on. Archie Hutchison is in his new home Court adjourned last Wednesday un til Jan. 2. Bowyer's holiday display is open Don't miss it. Judge Quarton went to Spirit Laki to open court Monday. W. A. Vincent shipped two cars o cattle over the Milwaukee Monday. Jas. Taylor sold more goods last week than he ever sold before in one week in his life. . Plenty of snow makes sleighing fairly good. The weather remain cool and wintery. C. J. Lenander and A. D. Clarke ra one piece of land up to the 25,000th a the tax sale Monday. E. J. Mathew's little baby was no long for this world. Death came Friday and the funeral was held Sunday. Holders of Doxsee's Buck's range tickets will do well to read his advertisement in this issue. A new drawing Is to be held. Cronin's furniture store is making a special holiday display, and is full of food thing and Miss Schichtl that it n&a not. That is a good practical dis- usaion. i The tax salo drew a select and at- entive audience Monday. It was about as usual, occasionally a little spirited >idding enlivening the monotony. The sale was not larger than usual. C. D. Ward's new home in Union IB S2x48 feet on the ground. That will make a model farm home. He will leat with furnace, have a bath room xnd water works, all complete. Manager Wadsworth IB putting in all his theatrical contracts now that the companies must get to Algona before noon. He don't intend to chance any more of them on the afternoon trains. Dr. Keneflck is offering is horae Axi- neer for sale. Robert Bonner lately bought his half brother In New York at $5,100, but the half brother can go in 2:09. Axineer is a handsome horse. BpoUKtl liL/iiuoj vnofuwji «.-- — — - —handsome and useful things that would delight anybody. The next county teachers' meeting will be held at Burt in January. In February the big central meeting will be held in Algona. The big holiday sale at theGalbralth store will be continued all this week. Don't miss seeing the bargains, for prices are cut in two. . Marriage licenses have been issued to W H. McCutchen and Bertha Johnson, G. C. Motherhead and Mamie Miller, Nels Grant and Helen Ohenhaldt. The Milwaukee railway will build a new steel bridge over the river at Aleona this winter to replace the wooden one. Still another railway boom f»- the hub. Mrs, Busa got her divorce last week and got her property straightened out and will now make her home in Gold field. She is the mother of J. A. Freeh of Bancroft. John Goeders is giving some big bar gains these days at his departmen itore, and is making prices on his stock of goods to cut it down rapidly. It al ways pays to visit Goeders . At the high school rhetoricals Mon dov Harley LaPlant and Addle Schich . tl had a discussion over theprospectiy «> benefits of the Belmond extension t Algona. Harley argued that it was It was rumored last week that the Northwestern surveyors were on the flat west of Irvington. The rumor seems to have been unfounded. Itdoos not yet appear that they have left Rolfe. A Mrs. Krieger of LuVerne died las week under very painful circumstances from a cancerous trouble. Dr. Morse was called from Algona In consultation but was unable to do anything to save her life. "Uncle Josh Spruceby" furnished amusement to a good audience las night. Some of the musical specialtie were exceptionally fine, and the wholi performance was good. "Uncle Josh' is all right. The committee having in hand get ting up a farmer's institute will tnee Saturday, Dec. 17, at the auditor' office. The farmer's Institute is a fin thing and we ought to have a rousing big one next spring. The great holiday opening at the Jhlers & Adams' and Dingley &Pugh's tore comes next Monday. The orches- ra will play and handsome souvenirs will be given to the ladies. Everybody attends these openings. Dr. Day's theme for discourse next Sunday morning, at the Methodist church, will be, "The Common Sense View of ReliglousBxperience." Evening, "Elements of Greatness:—A Character Study." A cordial welcome to all. will put in all his untaken time in the fflce, as will also Miss Mabol, getting onversant with the wortc required here. Mr. Carr and family have been Jancroft residents for nearly six years, nd they will be missed in the various Circles in which they were prominent. The appeal of O. F. Hale from Supt. Van Erdewyk's school location decision n Riverdale Is to bo heard by the state juperintendent today in Des Molnes. rtr. Hale has filed a long statement, )ut the town board have not made a showing, and Supt. Van Erdewyk will not be present. The oity council has Investigated the engine brought on for the electric ight plant and finds that the fly wheel 8 too light and the frame not as specified and has ordered Mr. Blgelow to jet an engine that comes up to the specifications. This is another bitch in the proceedings. Lawson, "The Terrible Swede," is in a six-day race in New York. He stood eighth yesterday with 411 miles, Pierce leading with 459. Waller made 314 milea in 16 hours and 10 minutes without getting off his wheel, beating the world's record. That would be from Algona to St. Paul and back. The Brownell shoe store Is going to celebrate Christmas and to that end will give away some handsome dolls to its customers after Friday. The little folks who read THE UPPER DES MOINES will not miss his announcement this week. Art. Allen brought some specimens of his street photographs around Monday, and from an intimate acquaintance with the surroundings he had _ set his camera in front of we can testify that he is an artist. He takes a handsome outdoor photograph. The high school is going to publish a paper. It will have from eight to twelve pages, magazine size, and be issued once a month for 10 months. It isn't named yet, but the first number will be out before Christmas. The young people will edit and manage the venture. J. B. Carr has moved his family to Algona and Is occupying one of the McIntyre houses west of Frank Wlnkel's. The Bancroft Register gives him a pleasant notice on his departure from the north: Mr. Carr will be hereabouts frequently for a month or so to finish crying the sales he is engaged for. He T. J. Julian has another medal on dairy butter. He won second at the Iowa dairymen's meeting at Charles City, Noy. 13, and a handsome silver medal, neatly engraved, came Monday. Mr. Julian missed first by only half a point. This makes the third medal our expert butter maker has taken in lately. The Griffith millinery outfit departed suddenly and silently. All such institutions do is to injure our local dealers who pay taxes and support our local institutions, without benefltting customers. . It ought to be a fixed rule with everybody to never patronize such traveling merchants. They never offer any real bargains. The Farmers' Milling company had a big week last week. It took in over 2,000 bushels of wheat and nearly 1,000 bushels of buckwheat in exchange for flour. Three farmers came from below Renwick, and several wore in from both Hancock and Palo Alto counties. The mill is getting a wide-spread reputation for'doing the fair thing and making good flour. A Palo Alto farmer, Mr. Nolan, living northwest of Whitte- temore has bought a share of stock,suggesting it himself. A dozen farmers offered last week to buy stock in the mill and its future is assured. Mr. Hoflus is proving a very successful manager. Wilbur F. Laidley was down Monday working off some big posters on THE UPPER DBS MOINES press, There was a good joke on Bro. Laidley the last time he was down, that is old enough to be out. After printing his posters and locking up his form he carefully set both on the office step outside while he went up town to wait for the 11 o'clock night train north, J. L. Edmonds coming along In the evening and seeing the packages decided that THE UPPER DBS MOINES had overlooked them, and so he took them to his office and locked them up till morning. Bro. Laidley does not leave his packages on the door step any more. PERBONAL MOVEMENTS. Mies Amy Hedrlck is visiting in Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh are off for a trip to Washington to see congress open. Mrs. Qeo. L. Galbralth Is In Chicago buying a big holiday stock. It will bo coming in this week. W. S. Wilcox is In Algona for the winter, at the old stand. His many friends are glad to see him again. Thos. F. Cooke camo back from Chicago last week. Mrs. Cooko vlsltod iu Wisconsin but returned yesterday. Mrs. Wartman and daughter Zoa re- tnrned last week from an extended visit in Canada, Mrs. Warttnan's old home. Wilbur F. Quick will get away next week again on his uiftll route business. He will visit In Clear Lake before going. J W. Sullivan is at Iowa City attending to business. He will stop at Cedar Rapids and spend a day consulting with Judge Hubbard. R B. Warren came from Whitewater Friday after attending the funeral of Pitt Cravath. Mrs. Warren will remain with her mother awhile. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Spear had many friends and acquaintances on the steamer Portland that went down in the eastern blizzard. No ono was saved. fstopl JThink { Act ji *'»*.*. 1A»AA*.A A A A A * .AA.A.A.A.^^ A. A^^^^^^A.^. t - i A A A A A A A A AA^-A-^ K »»»»»»»»»»»»*» MONEY TO LOAN J Twenty-one Years Business. E. G, Bowyer opens his twenty-second Holiday display in Algona with the largest, best-selected, and finest line of novelties and staple goods he has ever of- to the public. In Sterling silver novelties he has an especially ' assortment picked out by himself from the leading stocks assortment ,F ^^ ^ hUe Jn clockS) ^able Silve, Cut Glass, Decorated and Plain China, Vases, Jewelry, Diamonds, Gold Pens, Pencils, and Picks he has the latest in designs and the very best in quality. A Special Watch Sale •ilJarTTJsT All watches at reduced prices, Call at BOWYER'S. On Improved Lands In Kosauth nnd Adjoining Comities at Low Bates of Interest. Loans are made on 6 to 10 years' time in suras from $500 to $10,000. Annual interest; optional payments, in any amount and at any time after one year, will be received and interest stopped on amount so paid. No GOLD CLAUSE in note. Farmers' mutual insurance taken and interest can be paid at any bank you may select. Call on or address H. HOXIE, Algona, la. your \Veddlnff HJnji, Buy your wedding ring of us, we 'always make the bride a present. 5tf DlNGLEV & PUGH. THE Mason City Brick and Tile Co. makes the best drain tile and hollow building tile in the world and lowest pricea. F. O. B. any station. REMEMBER our "Cannon Chop" tea at the old price, only 50o a pound. M. Z. GROVE & SON. Henry Mason came homo Friday from the southwestern port ol the state, and returned again yesterday. He is kept busy organizing Modern Woodmen lodges, and la very successful. Dougal Wallace expects to get away for Denver about Jan. 1. He is planning on a stay of throe years. Howard's health Is again good In Denver. Ho had a severe cold when ho left Algona., Goo. E. Clarke was a delegate to the much talked of Episcopalian convention at Cedar Rapids, but his law cases kept him from attending. Ho would have enjoyed being present and taking a hand In. J. G. Hamlin, editor of the Blue Earth City Post, was a pleasant caller last Wednesday. He was going to Mason City with his family for a visit. He edits ono of the big prosperous papers of this section. Miss Jessamine Jones has gone to Des Molnes to spend throe weeks studying landscape drawing with Prof. Cummins. She will then come to Algona for a day and start from hero for California, whore she will spend the winter. She expects to visit at Pomona and Los Angeles. It will bo a pleasant vacation. THE LATEST RAILWAY NEWS. Northwestern Line From Hurt Located Today'—No Survey From Hollo North. Till Spring. Division Superintendent Hodge, Chief Engineer Blunt and Land Commissioner Cleveland of the Northwestern took dinner in Algona yesterday, going to Burt at 2:40 o'clock. THE UPPER DES MOINES had a talk with Mr. Hodgo and Mr. Blunt. The former said that on account of the weather no survey would be run north from Rolfe until spring. The party is at Burt today going over the survey northwest. They will undoubtedly finally locate their line at this time. A HOLIDAY EDITION. The Upper Dos Molneu Will Next AVeek Tell All About AlKOim'H Hl|£ Holiday Display. Algona is preparing for the finest display of holiday goods over shown in northern Iowa, and next week THE UPPER DES MOINES will publish an extra advertising edition that will tell our readers what to buy and who to buy of. All who want space should call early and avoid the rush. For Fall and Winter of 1898-9. , ,1 T j AVE you ever seen such bargains as we are offering at the present time? We have just received our fall stock of Crockery and Glassware, also the largest line of Lamps and China ware ever before the public in Algona. We lead the town in the line of Groceries and Crockery, and our PRICES ARE RIGHT. Cowloa' Block, No. 8. James Patterson. ALL HOLDERS OF Bucks' Steel Range Tickets. Are requested to write their names upon their tickets mid send or bring; thorn to oui store on or before Saturday, Deo. 24. If No. 813, the winning ticket, is not presented by that time, anew drawing will bo hold on that date at a o'clock p. m., from the tickets thataiTbimghtin. Do not delay this matter until it is too lato. The $50 steel range will goto someone on that day who holds one of the tickets, if No. 813 is not presented, and It will make as handsome a Christmas present as anyone might wlsu. HARDWARE. MONEY to loan at 5 por cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. SAMSON & PAINE, G-OEDERS' Great Ribbon Sale is now on and will continue all the week. In this sale are of all shades in all-silk Ribbons, Nos. 12,16, 22, 40, 50. 500 PCS. Sale price, choice, Nos. 7 and 9, - No. 5, - - - - - Spe'cial invitation to the ladies. 18c. IQc. 08c. DEALERS IN John Goeders. A. D, CLARKE & Co. loan money at 5 per cent., with optional payments. Interest payable annually. OUTING flannels and calicos So, and best thread 3o a spool this week at GALBRAITH'S. We pay the very highest prices for all kinds of grain, sell ground feed, which we deliver to any part of the city, and sell and deliver hard and soft coal at lowest pric ^ * * A. QlLltOVK, President, B. P. KEITH, Vice Prciident, M. SOIIKNOK, Seoretarv, J. W. WADS WORTS, Treasurer, DIRECTORS: 0. B. UVWtllNS, VRA.NK. OUAS.nOOSTEli, &. S'fUIVSSY, Q. S. ANGUS, J.E. S'fACIY. An Easy Way to I>ay OI4 Delate. Farm loans on theamortisemeat plan. See Thos. F, Cooke before making a loan. EB^Leave orders at Sarasoa's abstract office in Opera House block. The Red Elevator, C. & N. W. depot, Phone 11. ALGONA, The Farmers' Milling Go. (WOOll? OKATEV.} OWNEUS AND OPERATORS OF THE ALGONA BOLLER MILLS, 'ts, aud grauiul tYiavat Kins't-nttau Can furulsli tUe trtxde wit a otoolce flour from selected wheat teed in lots to buit puroU&sjevs. TW9 i9 & tamers' cowptwy »n Highest caste Iowa. Give %

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