The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1898 · Page 15
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THEtJPPEK BES MOINES: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBEft 14, 1898. New England Men's all-wool socks—at 85—clear ing sale All FUR Coats during this sale go at Men's all-wool black shirt, worth $1.25— this sale Our 60c men's fleece lined undearwear—this sale Our 35o men's winter caps, at clearing sale Boys' overcoats and odds and ends for less than... during this great clearing out sale. 1UHULL & GO:S GREAT CLEARING SALE. Great Clearing Sale. ^ l> ^^^^^HMH, W E shall make a great effort to close out our winter goods during the month of December, commencing Dumber 9 . The New England will mak prices on high-grade «oo^that wll wtonwh the moat skeptical buyer. Every item breathes economy. Every price establishes a nf^. 1 ^^/^.^" «n no risk you have not a moment to lose if you want your shate of the money-savmg bargains at this gr c ^ sate. You run no risk and take no chances. You have everything to gain and nothing to lose at this great sale. Money refunded to customets jor goods returned. We don't want your money unsess you have secured the biggest bargains you ever saw. We do not expect to make any money on this sale. Our sole object is to turn the stock into cash. We want money. Remember ?he date° DECEMBER 9th to JANUARY ist. It is better to be an early buyer than a late one. O. B. DURDRLL 5c GO. Good all-wool men's suits in sacks, worth $8.00—go in this clearing sale at '5.00 $10.00 men's all-wool black Clay in frocks and sacks—go in this Clearing sale for Try to match them for $12. '7.50 $18.00 men's suits which nro worth $18 to any man- Clearing sale price 12'°°\.LJ New i England Men's mule skin mitts, lined —go at clearing sale for.... Men's calf skin mltta, fur lined—clearing sale Elgin fancy shirt, worth $1.25—clearing sale Men's Rookford Sox go In ' at & Men's heavy cotton sweater worth 60c— clearing sale... Our 60o man's underwear, all sizes— clearing flalo.... 100 do/., men's all-wool Sox, w'th 35@-10o— this sale ..... mco GREAT CLEARING SALE. RAILWAY TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. liOCAIj TRAINS WISST. No. 1 departs at 0:05 am No.3 departs at 3:58pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 93 departs at 10:46pm No.71 departs at 3:20pm No. 65 departs at 8:30pin TRAINS BAST. No. 2 departs at 10:45 am No. 4 departs at 0:28pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 76 departs at 10:10pm No.84 departs at 2:20pm E. F. HEDHICK, Agent. Inp an artist. She has copied the ftv- moua horses heads in oil and they are nicely done. She has only taken two lessons, the rest she has picked uu. Miss Carrie A. Kamar, who has of ton visited in Algona, has been singing in Illinois where she is visiting, and the papers are enthusiastic over her. The Webster City Tribune says she is just getting over a throat trouble which threatened at one time to ruin her voice. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. South- Freight 11:30 a m Pass 7:05 am North- Mixed ±T itOO I I I Vtl €* 1U *• jHJ»(gl»U, I 1 I « ~~ ••••" f — Mixed 12:lBpmPass 2;40 pm i-i:_ _ _i W .KA t, »,-. -K/tt-vnA 1 n 'KO T» TV) Mixed pm 7:30 a m Freight.'".'!l2:15 pm Mixed".'..'... 10:5 rllXeCl I :»* 1) 111 JV11AOU j.u .ou i< ." Arrive at Des Moines at 12:15 p.m., 0 -.15 p. m., and 1:20 a. m. F< H . VBSPBB| Agent . .THE LOCAL FIELD. See Long tonight. Algona will celebrate. Do your holiday trading at Algona. The Long Dramatic company plays all the week. John Elman and Amelia L. Sorrenson are licensed to wed. is " Reddy" Rand, the dog stabber, in jail again for being drunk. The pipe organ for the new church has left the factory. It will soon be here. ;• Our railroad boom begins to count } already. A sixth barber shop is to ^open. jpi$fr- B P. Grose was in Wisconsin on a itftrade for a stock of goods last week, but Iff Sid not make it. *-WE C Raymond is helping out at tho Ambrose A. Call office during the busy laeason in the mail route lettings. /S- The iron piers for the mill bridge Swill soon be in. It is unlikely that the -iron work will get here until in January. long with the rest of the boom the \lerskating rink is to open. We f ,pposed roller skating was dead and ; /uried. '' Rev Marsh of Humboldt preached at the Congregational church Sunday. ,J/jHe is highly spoken of by all who feisSheard him. I»Mrs. DeLosh. slipped and fell Sunday tptlight near her home and a dislocation «^jfythe hip was feared. Dr. McCoy is • hev. H. J. Ressiguie slipped a week falling on the back of her head, 'got better for awhile but is now in j condition. wedding is to occur at the ff ,.^ ow oomb home today, Miss Lulu lewcomb and J. S. Rlley being the • Wi --~ parties. e n Elman of German Valley and Sorenson of Bancroft were • in the bonds of wedlock at Day last Wednes- Long Dramatic company The ball of the season will be given Wednesday evening, Dec. 28. The firemen have their annual social gathering then and are making elaborate preparations as usual. The Harp orchestra will furnish the music, and the court house will bo gaily decorated for the occasion. Friday evening the Congregationalists had a novel celebration. They invited in all their friends and after music invited them to witness the burning of a $3,000 mortgage on the church, that was fully paid. It isn't often that a church gets a chance of this kind, and it was duly enjoyed. Some one has figured out that at the tax sale some of the bidders paid as high as $20 taxes and got a piece of land about four inches square. The law provides that a land owner, whoso land is sold, may have the part that is bid in set off from the northeast corner. A man wouldn't get a very valuable piece of property if he got a four inch inch corner off of some quarter sections. Tuesday evening, Dec. 27, is the date of the annual K. of P. ball at the court house. J. L. Bonar, G. F. Peek and Leo Peugnet are the committee in charge, which means that everything will bo recherche. The hall will bo decorated and the Harp orchestra will furnish music. It is to be ns elegant an affair as Algona has ever had, and all who attend will enjoy a pleasant holiday social reunion. Geo. E. Clarke and County Attorney Raymond wore at Emmetsburg Monday having the judgment entered in the Dr. Lacy case against the county. The verdict is $368 and the costs $410, in all $778 with interest. The first judgment was for $235. The law has been decided against the county and we see no further use of lawing it, even if a reversal could again be won. The county will have to pay in the end. F. S. Standring, who used to live in Algona, is getting fame fast. He attended an Elk's ball at Seattle, Wash., while on his way to Hawaii and won a prize Now "Prof." Button is announcing in all the papers hereabouts that he taught Mr. Standring how to dance, that he never took of anyone else that he learned in two terms, and that anyone can get $100 prizes by attending " Prof." Button's classes, etc. Prairie voted against the Belmond railway tax 66 to 58. The surveyors are now running th«?line from Corwith straight west through the ntirth tier of townships in LuVerne and the station will probably be located on section 5 in LuVerne, the road then turning northwest Prairie will wake up some fine come to Algona and leave silver dollars nt various places. That would bo a test that would test. The only evidence of hypnotism the Griffith outfit loft in Algona wns hypnotising a fosv people into buying cheap millinery at a dear price. The " Terrible Swede" came in sixth in the six-day bicycle race in Now York and won $200. Ho made 1,757 miles, an average of 293 miles every 24 hours, or 12 miles an hour for every hour of the six days. Ho slept about three hours a day. The winner of the race made 2,007 miles, an average of 16 miles an hour for every hour of the six days, beating the world's record. Fifteen finished the race, and nearly as many broke down and quit. Lawson showed great staying powers, and won considerable attention. It is definitely settled that C. O. Simpson, who has been travelling from Algona for a boot and shoo house, will open a store in the room now occupied by the Heiso barber shop. It is expected that the room will bo ready by Feb. 1, and the stock will go in at once. The barber shop will bo moved up stairs for the present. Next spring a now building will be built at the rear of the present building for the barber shop and bath rooms. Mr. Simpson is a genial business man and an expert at the shoo business. His final location at Algona- adds a number ono business house. A. C. Prime has opened the roller skating rink, or will open It tonight, with something new in the way of cycle skates. They are a great improvement over the old roller skates and furnish no end of amusement. There is no reason why roller skating should not be a healthy and proper amusement, and Mr. Prime says his rink will bo run In such a way that no ono will hesitate about visiting it. Everything depends upon that. Ladles are especially invited and the orchestra will bo present. Ho has had considerable experience with gymnasiums, indoor base ball, etc. Ho may add a ball game during the winter if the young people want it. Algona is to have some big races In June. E. P. Bircher was down from Bancroft Saturday making some local irrangemonts. It is expected that Britt, Emmotshurg, Webster City, and Spencer possibly will bo in the circuit, and two stake races with $300 purses for each are to bo a feature at each town. The stake race is a single dash, and the entrance has to be paid long in advance in installments, a new thing in this country. Tho stake races aro the big races in the east. Besides these races there will bo four or five others with purses of $100 each. It will soon be known if the plan is a go. If it is Algona will witness the biggest running races over seen hereabouts. WIIITTEMORE HAS A FIRE. TWO ELEVATORS ARE WIPED OUT, Blnzc Occurred There Ijast Night at nt 12 O'clock—Iiikoly It Is a Total IJOBS. A fire at WhiUe'moro last night burned the Hunting & Co. and Mo- Michtvol & Son elevators, loss $2,000, The contents burned will foot up$4,000. The fire broke out about midnight. GOOD rubbers, 50o at Kraft's. •\Vo Wnnt tit Oiieo Several reliable salesmen to soil our complete line of mill, engine, and thresher supplies. Steady employment all year round. The Crown Supply Company, Cleveland, Ohio. SEE our Cumoo ware. Looks us nice as Wodgowood at loss than half the pi-Ice. M. K. GROVE & SON. Switches Wanted. For switches and hair chains call on Sotoholl & Sotcholl. Algonn, Iowa, or write to W. J. Wolls, C-Hngo, Iowa, whoso work hero is so well known and prices are so low. All work is guaranteed to suU._ 3 2l ° DON'T fall to attend Galhralth's sale next week. You can got some good bargains. G. L. GALBRAITII & Co. MONEY—On first mortgages. Money—On second mortgages. Money—On short time. Money—At lowest rates. Money—Goo. C. Call, Algona, Big Discount on Crockery. Holiday Goods at James Patterson's The finest assortment of Fine Candies that I have ever bought ; a nice line of MixetT Nuts ; Christmas tree candles, etc. I bought my Lamps direct from the manufacturers—will give customers the middleman's profit. A nice line of cups, saucers, and fancy plates of all kinds ; also a complete line of groceries. Yours for business, Iowa. MONEY to loan at 5 pou.cent. A. D. GLAUKE & Co. FOB time loans on real estate at Kossuth County State Bank. apply SIIEET music—all tho latest songs— 3Jt off. DlNGLEY & PUQH. ul- James Patterson. the WE have a few nice lamps which wo will sell you cheaper than you were ever offered before. M. 7,. GROVE & SON. {em. Go tonight. 8§he farmer's institute committee lets Saturday at the auditor's office 3x a program for the spring meet- The state appropriates $50 to ,p pay expenses. 1 new drawing will be held in two for the $50 Buck's range at uoxsee's hardware. All who have tickets should sign their name on them and send them in. Dr Hudson's nephew, Geo. Hudson, was killed in the land battle at Manila. The doctor has just learned that it was his relative whose name appeared '» the papers at the time. The school board has appointed E, V Swelling and J. W. Sullivan a committee to look up the decision in the Haggard case and advise as to appealing to the supreme court. j W Bartlett writes to THE UPPER DES MOINES that it don't tell the exact and unvarnished truth about the wutbern people. His letter will published next week in full. be out up but not dangerously. The Methodist ladies have decided to cat-net the auditorium of tne new WUbu. •*• ' *"* *w« "*»•••* » , day next spring and realize how easy it is to throw away a good thing. I ho taxes tho Belmond would pay on six miles of road would alone give back to any township a five per cent, bonus in a few years, E F Bacon, a former Wesleyite, has been down to Des Moines before the state superintendent to get his son reinstated in the Des Moines high school. His son was suspended for a year for helping his class drown out a senior class song at the opera house, ihe whole class joined in the uproar but only two were punished. The senior sonff that was objected to was ono ridiculing the juniors. Mr. Bacon appealed to the state superintendent and expects to be able to compel tho school board to admit his boy. An important business change is the nurchase of tho Cronin furniture store 1 3V W. H. Reed. The deal was made Saturday. Mr. Reed has bought the business for a permanent thing and will become a furniture dealer. Ho has had lots of experience in trade and will undoubtedly make a success. Mr. Cromn has not decided what he will do, but intends to remain in Algona John Boylson, who has been with him, will remain with Mr. Reed. Mr Cronin and -Mr. Boylson have made many friends in town and are both popular. It may not be generally known but Griffith; late milliner in Algona, is a hypnotist. Up at Forest City last week " -Bates, one of his company BEST overshoes (Wales-Goodyear) with or without snow excluders, $1.30 at Kraft's. for Sale. I have a couple of Poland China stock pigs for sale. Also some full-blood pigs for sale. AIBO BU Plymouth Rock roosters. 3912 W. F. JENKINSON. A PINE line of chamber sets to suit all tustes and pockets at Grove & Son a. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. You Buy your wedding ring of us, wo ways'make the bride a present. 5tf DINGIVEY & Puaii. THE Mason City Brick and Tile Co makes the best drain tile and hollow building tilo in the world and lowos prices. F. O. B, any station^ lloJUiiiy JCxcursloJiH. For the Christmas and Now Year holidays the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway company will sell tickets to ctations within a distance of 200 miles at faro and ono-third for the round trip. Tickets on sale Doc. 24, 25, 20, and 81, 1898, and Jan. 1 and 2, 1899; llnal return limit up to an" including Jan. 4, 1809. 3813 YOU got more for your money, got faster colors, and brighter colors when you buy Putnam Fadeless Dyos, and It takes loss time to dyo and makes leas muss and for the same price, lOc per package. Sold at E. & F. drug store. A D. CI.AKKE & Co. loan money at 5 per cent., with optional payments. Interest payable annually. "' OUTING flannels and calicos 3o, and ust thread 3c a spool this week at GAWJRAITH'S. ROSEWALL'S Holiday Candies Dont fail to celebrate Christmas with some of my elegant confectionery. I have 75 different varieties, the best and biggest candy stock in Algona. Home Made Bread always on hand. A big line of cakes and cookies for the holidays. Fine cigars. Wishing you a Merry Christmas, etc. O. N. BOSEWALL. J.LDonalioo&Co. Minnesota HAVE you soon Galbraith's advertisement in this issuer 1 We are offering some big bargains. G. L. GALHBAITH & Co. A MAN that wants his wife to tremble with pleasure and delight at his homo- Rocky to weak to coming should be strong. Mountain Tea brings now life men. Ask your druggist. DON'T fail to call and got some of the bargains this weolt at Galbrqlth's, FOR the holiday vacation of schools located at Algona, excursion tickets may bo sold by tho C., M. & St. P. to to teachers and students presenting certificates signed by the principal of- flcer of the institution to any point on their road at a fare and one-third foi the round trip. Will sell on Deo. 28 only, return coupon good until Jan. 1809. ^ MONEY to loan at 5 par cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. LJ1<^ V*Wk **-»! t V. yards of carpeting, o touch to appearances '"MtoB^p^iJSs^onbi: wi ^ H tjrl*U" vll ""*•*" rt * take aboui ow i mugt bave been a success as none ox will add very tmhem would tell anyth ngabout i aft,,I wards. 'We know of soine parties in who would like to have.GrU- I'i? fills the arteries with rich, rec blood, makes now flesh, healthy mo and women. That's what Rocky Moun tain Tea. will do; 85 cents. Ask you druggist. Olllco ovov poHtoflluo, Algoua, In. Write for cli'culiirs. Land From $5 to $15 per acre. SAMSON & PAINE, DEALERS IN Grain, Feed We pay the very highest t ' ;es 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 prices, jSTLoavo ordors at 8iimnou'n iilwtwvct olllco hi Opera HOUHO block. The Red Elevator, C. & N. W. depot, Phono 11. ALGONA, NSURANGE. Also Lund, Loan aud Oolloctiou UuslncHs.- Offloo ovov Aljsouu Stato Uault. ' «t Codiu 1 I'houiilxof Hiivtforil, lianovor of Now York, MlimuBotH Vivo, Minneapolis, Kooltfonl of HoeUtoril, Uoyu'ft I'Uitu CJliuw of Now Vorlf, Unltod Stilton Llfo of Now York. GEO. M. BAILEY. A. alLMOVK, l'n'~~ ,. K P KHITII, Vice I'mulcitt, >[. KOHKNOK, Secretaru, J. W. WAUSWOlt'fll, Treasurer. DIRECTORS: 1). Jt. •IltlWIllNH, ?'«f! (litAH. WOOHTtiU, A'. ATA, (I, ti, ANCtVti, J~M- H'MVX The Farmers 1 Milling Co. [INOOJll'OKA'fliO.] OWNBUS AND OPERATORS QK THE ALGONA ROLLER MILLS. i choice flour from selected wheat; ftlso bmn, bJiQVta, ftjid, ground i. TUi8i» MMTUwtf company <w4 *<rtlo^ to f pm W l>wlueH.s. * _ ..-'* '«!**;* !' C "'>,

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