The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1899 · Page 8
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THE UPPER DES MOINB8: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15,1899, liAS TROUBLE OF HER OWN Looks as If Titoiika Might Have Two Postofflccs. Difficulty Arises toy Benson of the Net* ToWn Not Being oft the Government Map. Titonka bids fait to enjoy the distinction of possessing two postofflcos and two postmasters. From private advices it is learned that this peceliar state of affairs is likely to occur as a result of permission having been granted to remove the Buffalo Fork office 1J^ miles northwest, which \vould bring it squarely into Kossuth's new, booming town of Titonka, whc're a splendidly equipped postofflce is already established and doing a thriving business, and where the lady postmistress and editress, Miss Graham, is acting as agent for Uncle Sam in a manner which is said to give universal satisfaction, As nearly as we are able to learn, itseetns that this permission for removal was granted by the department without a full knowledge of the facts. Titonka seems not to be on the map, so fnr as the government records show, and the removal of the Buffalo Fork postofflco 3J^ miles northwest would have no particular significance unless it were known that this removal would take it to Titonka, which it does, as a matter of fact. It is understood the inn Her has been laid before the proper authorities at Washington for settlement, and no doubt it will bo adjusted in u manner satisfactory to all parties concerned, and that one postmaster or postmistress will continue to holrl a monopoly on the postoflluc business at the new town. While Titonka luis made n phenomenal growth and is doing " all kinds of bus iness," it is not thought that moru than one postofflco is as yet necessary to accommodate the rush. JjiiVunio NOWH. Archibald C. Grant was born in the state of Now York, Nov. 20, 1814. He moved to Wisconsin about the yenr 1850, and was united in marriage to Miss Laura Woodard in 1853. Throe children were born to them, all of whom died while young. His wife died in 1800. On Sept. 20, 1802, ho was united in marriage to Hattie A. Myers. In 1876 the family moved to Rock ford, Floyd county, Iowa, where on March 14,1884, his second wife died. Ton children blessed the union of himself and his second companion in life, seven of whom remain to mourn his loss. In 1895 ho cnmo to Lu Verne to reside With his children in this dommrfnity. About si* weeks ago he received the final stroke of palsy that caused him to become bedfast, anil on early Sunday morning, Feb. 26,1899, he breathed his last. Mrs. R. W. Hanna, Mrs. Jos. Graham, Mrs. Frank Chambers and Jesse, Albert and Sidney Grant are the children residing in this community. After only a few days illness, Henry Biging passed to the unknown beyond Sunday evening at about 8;80 o'clock. Henry Biging was born Jan.gS, ISTO, atHoopeston, 111.", and resided there till in the year 1888, when they moved to Kossuth county and settled on a farm just north of Lu Verne, residing there until 1897, when they moved to town, where he has since resided. At the time of his death he was 20 years, one month, and five days old. Itiuicrofl ItcglHter. Landlord Bircher left Tuesday evening for New Orleans in response to a telegram summoning him on important business mat ters. He will bo absent several weeks. Algona is a great town for chess, whist, and "skat," and a tournament of the latter game is now proposed. If they will get up a tournament of the " national game" we could toll them where they could get dozens of entries. Kurt Monitor. E. P. Keith will move to Algona in the course of two or three months. Lynn Keith has rented all the farm and will move onto the home place as soon as E. P. vacates. Cards are out for the marriage of Rudolph Hohenstein to Miss Laura Rickor, which is to take place at the homo of the bride north of Algona next Wednesday, the 15th. Dr. Beano. D. Paine and Wm. Peek are thinking seriously of putting in stone walks at their residences. That's the kind of improvements we like. A gentleman by the name of Scott, of Sac City, was looking over our city the first of the week with a view of locating in the mercantile business. A gentleman from Blue Earth City, boots, shoos and clothing dealer, also looked us over. Swen City llcrnld. Sam Esterbloom took his departure last week for Now York City. His wife died about a month ngo leaving him five small children, which their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Anderson, took. Sam did not have tho best reputation for honesty in the northwest corner of Swea township where he lived, and wo understand tho neighbors were not sorry to see him go. He shaved off clean before leaving and spruced up a bit so that he looked 10 years younger, WeHlcy News. Fred Cory, who has been sick at Oelwein with inflimmtory rheumatism tho past two months, was brought home on a couch THE WIGWAM, ALG-ONA AND BUBT, Has the largest supply of Disc Harrows ever shipped into the county. Tuesday. The rheumatism has settled in his knees. Otherwise Fred feels first fate. August Brooke, an employe of Some fail- road company in Sweden, arrived from there last Saturday morning in quest of information about roads in this country, and is at present visiting at Torkel Peterson's. Mr. Brooke has instructions to gather all the information he can about the construction of the different roadsin the west before returning to Sweden. Little Richard McDeruiott, who has been troubled with tuberculosis of the knee the past two years, must have his leg amputat ed above the knee next week, the operation being necoFsnry because of his rapidly failing health. Dislocating the knee cap while out skating led to tho cause of the disease in the member. Richard is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. McDermott and this misfortune is a sad affair. TltotiUn Topic.. A. L. Stevens will build a 44x64 foot building instead of a 22x04. Mrs. W. F. Durstan and children, formerly of Morristown, Minn., arrived the last of the week. Peter Finnigan of Mason City has purchased the Zuill carpenter shop and will open a short order restaurant there. There will be a gala time in Titonka next March 18. Mr. Lnvvson of Rovven will be present to organize a camp of Modern Woodmen of America. There will be about 20 charter members in tho organization. Wlilttoinoro (Jlmmploii. J. M. Farley is recovering from his sickness. Ho went to Chicago Monday night to undergo an examination. R. M. Hatch, former editor of this paper, loft Tuesday morning for Billings, Mont., whore ho cxptcts to go to work at his old trade, bliicksuiithing. Low Boyle starts today for New Mexico for his health. Ho will visit in Kansas and Colorado on tho way down. Tlio Wesley Mill. News; The stockholders of tho Wesley milling company mot in tho State bank and effected an organization, adopted articles of incorporation and formed by-laws. The capital stock of the company will be $15,000. Tho site for tho mill has already been selected and bought. The location will be near the stock yards, as we said some weeks ago. Tho building will como 40 feet north of the sidewalk. An alloy-way runs on the north side of tho site, making it convenient for teams to got to tho mill. It has been decided to begin work on the mill as soon as contract has been lot, which will be on tho fifth inst. Tho rock will all bo hauled by that time if tho weather remains good and sufficient, teams can be secured to do tho hauling. Tho machinery and everything ahout the mill will bo up-to-dute, and when completed Wesley will have one of the best mills in northwestern Iowa. Union Notes. Mr. Ben and John Reid are going to Minnesota to work land thoir father bought last fall. They had a farewell party Thurs day evening. Mr. Dodds is going to build a new house on his farm in Minnesota. Mr. Tjadon, Mr. McCarthy, Mr. Kennedy and Mr. Brace are some of the school directors of Union. Mr. Herman Dau is talking of building a very large barn this spring. Sexton Items. The lecture given by Mr. Adams, a Persian student, on manners, costumes and religions of Persia, Wednesday evening, was very instructive. Mr. F. B. Rogers, a hardware dealer in Britt, spent a few minutes in town Wednesday looking up trade in Herrick refrigei-a- toi's. Ho probably had heard what Sexton needs, a refrigerator. It is reported that Sexton will have a meat market. Mrs. Frank Hedrick returned from her Wisconsin visit Friday. Mr. Hugh Hedrick spent Sunday at the homo of his brother. Revival meetings are in progress. J. W. Robinson was down looking over his interests here Monday. We understand Way Bros, will build a bank building here this spring. MONEY to loan at 6 per cent, interest! Optional payments. H. HOXIE. Special March Offerings Ladies' Suits, Skirts, Jackets, Capes, and Silk Waists. Until April 1 we will allow a special discount on all Ladies' Readymade wearing apparel. 10 PER CENT. OFF FOR i 5 DAYS ONLY. Any lady wishing to buy a Suit, Skirt, Jacket, Cape, or Silk Waist should not fail to See Our New Line And Special Prices. We are always ready and willing to show our goods. JOHN GOEDERS. The Big Department Store. The Deere "Model B" Has points of superiority over all other makes. It has oil- soaked hard maple boxes, a perfect oiling device, and many other excelled: points. We are making prices that will interest you. Don't fail to see us before you buy. Wilfrid P. Jones. THE WIGWAM, ALGONA AND HURT. Wallpaper 5 cents to $1.00 Per Double Roll. Finest assortment ever shown in Algona at Ehlers & Adams, Deutche Apotheka, Use HARBISON BEOS.' PAINTS, The best because it wears longest, and cheapest because a gallon will covpr 400 square feet two Nursing. After April 1 Mrs. Stella Cleary- Martinson will be ready to do obstetrical and surgical nursing. Mrs. Martinson is a graduate of a five-years' hospital course. Leave calls at Wm. deary's. 52t2. GiRLS wanted to learn dressmaking. Call street. ELLA A. PETERSON. SEE our new package coffee—26 oz. for 25o. M. Z. GROVE & SON. FOR time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County State Bank. TRY tho flexo girdle corset, one of the finest made. You can get them at Galbraith^s. TAKEN this month—keeps you well all summer. Drives away impure blood. The greatest spring tonic ever offered. Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. THERE is no better line of coffees than that carried by M. Z. GROVE & SON. Solid Gold Kings. Plump 14-kt. plain rings, 85 cents er pennyweigUt. If you will pay us 1.50 per'penny weight we can afford to make the bride a present. E. G. BOWYER. First door east of postofflce. 43 THE Mason City Brick and Tile Co. makes the best drain tile and hollow building tile in the world and lowest prices. P. O. B. any station. TWENTY-FIVE oz. coffee for 25o at M. Z. Grove & Son's. EKBB for Settluit, White Plymouth Rock eggs for setting for sale. 50t4 • JOHN C. PATTERSON. Special Notice. Jas. A. Orr is agent for the latest improved Quaker Bath Cabinet, open on the side, a novel of elegance and convenience. Spripg is approaching, the season of colds. Nothing breaks up a cold like a vapor bftth io the Quaker Cabinet. Ask those who use them. I have sold dozens in Algona. 61 ta JAS. A. ORB. MONEY—On first mortgages. Money—On second mortgages. Money—On short time. Money—At lowest rates. Money—Qeo. q. Call, Algona, Iowa. . IDMBtRCO IT'S HIGH TIME TO DO REPAIRING I Our yard furnishes superior lumber at lowest market prices. Quick, Reliable Service. Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Cement, Stucco and Lime a Specialty. An Even Heat is always desirable both in extremely cold and moderately warm weather. We keep just this kind of coal. Also carry Boone, Mystic, Illinois, Nut, Hocking, and smith- ing coal at the lumber yard. F. S. NORTON. Plump and tender chickens, turkeys, ducks, and geese are turnlshed to our customers at prices whiou are generally id little below tlie regular market rales. Season is now opening up for bam and eggs. Just received a large Bfiipmentoj honey cured bams to sell at very close iatarglnT Finest bacon-stimk of tataud ft of leau-lOo psuud^ HUNGERFORD & BAILEY, Dress Making Parlors, Over E. J. Gilmore's store. UTTING AND FITTING A SPECIALTY. STRICTLY UP TO DATE. W. H. LACY can furnish you low pi'ices on W. H. Reed (Successor to John Cronin) handles the best to be had in the way of up- to-date, fine FURNITURE besides everything that ean be desired in plain and ornamental Picture Frames, Mouldings and goods that are required for beautifying and ornamenting the home. A specialty made of with prices always at the satisfactory point. w. H. REED. For Sale also all kinds ot mill stuff, Wood and Coal. your weighing on our city scales Opposite' Hotel Tennant. Bicycles Repaired, Bicycles for Rent *£ss For Sale, Saws Filed. 4. L. EDMONDS, AWONA, IOWA. Two doore ewitto ot u. D- M. omoe. Three Stallions First Come and see them. J, L. Button, ALGONA, IA. J^EGAL BLANKS— THE STANDARD FORMS """ssasswr $3 BUYS A STOVE

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