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THE UPPBK DES MOINES: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1899. Most Dealers down goods late in the season when nearly everybody's are supplied. We reverse the order, selling goods low i year round, and giving our customers real bargains in lable merchandise. We offer this week DRE>SS GOODS bices which challenge comparison: Ottomans in light shades, worth $1.25, at $1.00 fomans in all colors, worth 850, at 70 *5lins, in new colorings, worth $1.35, at 1.15 ilins, in new colorings, worth $1.50, at 1.35 pviots in blue and black, 50 in. wide, worth $l, at 75 merican, French, and German Plaids in Serge, Poplins and Jpttoman weaves, from 3oc to $ I per yard. H>ol and Silk and Wool Novelties from 6oc to $1.50 per yard. Black Dress Goods. >ol and Mohair and Silk and Wool Crepons from $1.25 to $2.25 yard. Armures from $i to $1.50 per yard. All wool Jucquards fom 5oc to $1.25. Chrischilles & Herbst. ' GEANDMOTHER WARD IS DEAD. ii Old Resident of Wesley Pusses f. Away—Sexton Slips While Tolling tbe Bell for Her mid Has a lind Fall. WESLEY, April 3: Grandmother Tard who has been reported sick sev- feral times this winter died Friday tevening at 8 o'clock. She was one of early settlers of Wesley township land helped make this country what it is today. Mrs. Ward was past 80 years of age. She has been making' her home with her daughter, Mrs. W. P, Giddings, since her husband died several years ago. The funeral was held at the Congregational church conducted by Rev. Mason, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The remains were taken to the cemetery and laid to rest beside those of her husband. Prof. H. L. May of New Albany, a nephew of Mrs. O. J. O'Brien was visiting friends here and also interviewing the members of the school board Saturday and Monday, returning home Monday evening. A goodly number of the Odd Fellows of Algona were over to the funeral of Chas. Bronson, Saturday. Among them were E. H. Clark, Ed. Blaokford, Sheriff Christensen and Warren Laird. While going up in the steeple of the Methodist church Saturday morning to toll the bell for Grandma Ward, the ladder slipped and let Roy Anderson fall about 12 feet dislocating his shoulder and bruising him other ways. Several passing by at the time heard him fall and came to his assistance and carried him home. Dr. Hall was called and adjusted his shoulder and left him feeling as comfortable as could be expected". He is now getting along nicely, but feels rather sore. The Ladies Aid society have purchased a dozen fine cane bottom chairs for the choir of the Methodist church. They put them in the church Monday. Easter services were held at the different churches Sunday. The program at the Methodist church was good and well rendered. The Wesley News office is moved from the Giddings building to one of the rooms over the state bank. There is good prospect of another telephone line in Wesley as soon as the weather will permit. If it is done we expect toll rates will drop. Dr. Waud of Germania is talking of running another line in here. There is no doubt that if the present telephone rates were cut in two there would still be a good margin left for the company. A. B. Giddings has the job of painting and papering the building formerly occupied by P. Peterson as a restaurant. We are informed that Scott Stover intends running a boarding house in it as soon as it is ready. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent, interest. Optional payments. H. HOXIE. THERE is no better line of coffees than that carried by M. Z. GROVE & SON. NICE new line of ladies' wrappers; a very good one for 50 cents. GEO. L. GALBRAITH. HEINZ' sweet pickles, lOc a dozen. M. Z. GROVE & SON. Farm For Sale. The Gotlieb Bohn farm in Plum ; Creek is for sale. The swi of Sec. 8-96, 28. Apply to Mrs. Julia Bohn at farm | or to Wm. H. Ingham.-45tf FOUND—A pair of ladies' shoes on the Thompson hill, Owner can have them by paying for this notice. Call at this office. THE new millinery store will be opened to the public next Friday and Saturday. We are going to sell at the lowest cash prices ever heard of. Call and see our goods and get prices before purchasing elsewhere. South of court house. MKS. R. BALDWIN. Fix up the house a little this spring. | Get a nice new carpet. We have them [from 15 cents a yard up to $1. GEO. L. GALBRAITH. for Sale at Auction. The Lee Horning house on the new pohool house site will be sold Friday, f April 7, at 2 p. m. )PBN the door, let in the air, fhe winds are sweet, the flowers are fair, Toy is abroad in the world for me, Since taking Rooky Mountain Tea. r FOB time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County State Bank. f'DON'T be hpodwinked into buying a ~He.oi.al dye for wool and a special dye for cotton. If your goods should not be all wool, you would have to buy two packages and dye your goods twice. Putnam Fadeless dyes will color either silk, wool, or cotton at one time in the same vessel and you only have to buy one package. Sold by E. & A. drug store. MEETINGS. Services at Presbyterian church at the usual hours. W. C. T. U. Thursday at Setchell & Setchell's store at 3 o'eloeK. Regular meeting A. O. U. W. next Tuesday evening. Second degree work and business of importance. Regular worship at the Baptist church next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in., preaching by the pastor. Everybody invited. The Presbyterian ladies will serve dinner and supper at Grange hall Tuesday, April 11. Dinner 20 cents, supper 15 cents. All are cordially invited. The ladies of the Methodist church will serve an Easter supper in the dining room of the church tomorrow evening. A very cordial invitation is given to all. Supper 15cents. Social Union program Friday, April 7, 1899. Piano solo, Mary Purvis; recitation, Abra Robinson; vocal solo, Mrs. F. H. Vesper; paper, Mrs. Viva Peterson; vocal solo, Mr. Fred Fuller. Services of First Church of Christ, Scientist at Odd Fellows' parlors, Sun- clay at 10:45 a. m. and 4 p. m,; Wednes day at 3 p. m, "The Doctrine of Atonement" is the subjectfornextSun- day, morning and afternoon. Services at the Congregational church at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. At the morning service the pastor will begin a series of sermons on "The Teachings of Jesus," the first theme being Jesus' doctrine of God. Evening subject: "The Broken Bottle." The ladies of St. Thomas' Guild will give a Pansy social, with program, at the residence of Mrs. E. N. Weaver, on Friday evening, April 7, at 7:30, Staple and fancy articles for sale. Admittance ten cents, refreshments free. All are cordially invited.' Rev. Herbert Clegg will preach at the Methodist church next Sunday for Dr. Day. Mr. Clegg is the popular pastor of the Methodist church at Whittemoro. Dr. D. M. Yetter will preach at tho evening service. Dr. Day, the Methodist pastor, will officiate for Presiding Elder Yetter at Ledyard, Swea City and Armstrong nexi Sunday. The W. L. A. S. will give a school program next Friday at 3:30 p. m. to which all are invited. The business meeting of the society will be held at 3 o'clock sharp, after which the following program will be rendered: Spear number work by Miss C. M. Mplntyre and class from room No. 1; recitations by Caroline Doxsee, Lloyd Mitchell and Minnie Ward; paper, Josie Pettibone. IT adds spice to dreary life, encourages the human heart, lifts one out of despair, breathes new life and confidence. That's what Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents. For Kent. Improved farm of 240 acres in Hurt township. HAGGARD & PEEK, 2t2 Algona, Iowa. bone $10. up. suits. Give the Boys a Chance. Men are but grown up boys. We have just as late just as good suits for boys as for men. Double breast, silk faced, blue serge suits at $12.00. Herring stripe, all blue swell All grades from $2.50 Boys suits are our strong Kraft Clothing Co, THE LOCAL FIELD. Ed. Patterson's house is getting a substantial addition. Company F had a big bull Monday evening and cleared over $90. Frank Cady is spending a week at home. His wife is in Chicago. The school board will sell the Lee Horning house Friday at auction. M. Sohenck sold two of his red polled calves a week ago at a fancy price. Goeders is making a big display of carpets this week. He has some handsome ones. Otto Neutnan has opened a news stand in town. Otto is a good hand at the business. The school board has elected Robt. Smith janitor of the central building. He will be a good man. J. W. Wadsworth sold a 6-month short horn calf for $86 last week. That is the kind of cattle to raise. Henry Mason is planning to rebuild his homethie spring. He will enlarge it and make it full two stories. Court opens April 24, but unless Geo. E. Clarke is well enough to try his cases it will doubtless be a slim term. Thos. F. Inghain was over from Spencer Monday looking up a land title. He will remain in Speucer in the law practice. There will bo a special meeting of Prudence lodge, No. 205 Saturday evening, April 9, for work iu the third degree. Emmetsburg has offered the Minneapolis & St. Louis $20,000 cash to bring i line down that way instead of going to Speucer. Mrs. R. Baldwin is opening a new millinery store south of the court house. Watch for her advertisement next week. The smoke stuck of the second electric light boiler went up Monday. Work progresses slowly. The lights will be on about May 1. Mr. Durdall expects to let the contracts for his new hotel building about the last of the month. He expects his floor plans auy day now. Guy Taylor is giving away sewing machine needles free until May 1. It will pay our readers to note his announcement this week. School opened Monday with 29 new little tots iu Miss Molntyre's room. The question is what to do for room until the new building is completed. Mrs. M. W. McCall is going to Washington soon to be gone a year. She goes to Des Moines the last of the week to visit her son before leaving. Durdall's grand spring opening sale begins Saturday and continues a week. He has put in a splendid stock for this seuson mid the largest he has yet had. Doxsee's store was crowded yesterday with little girls in the biscuit baking contest, and today it is the same. Some good biscuits are being set out to the visitors. How the public library grows is shown by the output of books for three months. In January 946 were given out, February 917, March 1,056, an average of nearly 1,000 a month. Leo Peugnet is pretty much of a carpet expert these days. He cut over 300 yards in March and opened April with five carpets Monday, and the spring season hasn't begun yet. Frank Niooulin came in Monday from a trip in the north. Hois now figuring on putting a street car line in Fargo, N. D., if he can get a franchise. He will also boom Minnesota land this •season again. Charley Eckholin got a letter from a sister in Sweden Monday telling him that she stepped on a twig on the floor and fell, breaking her leg in two places. She is past 50 years of age, and the accident is a serious one. The Workmen are planning on having the grand lodge meeting in Algona in 1900 and are already working to that end. With the new hotel and all the other city attractions Algona will be the convention town. Geo. Wells, the big Ramsay land owner, has bought the Holston farm, occupied by the late supervisor Burton, and other lands in Grant township. It is said he will invest $60,000 in land thereabouts this spring, A big grocery man was in Algona yesterday figuring with Ex-auditor Calkins on a wholesale establishment. Mr. Calkins says the wholesale grocery is a sure thing. A number of local capitalists will lake stock. A concert will be given this evening at the opera house by the harp orchestra for the benefit of John M. Power, violinist. A fine program has been prepared and everybody will enjoy it who attends, The orchestra deserves a full house. 9 Many who have heard of the great Danish dramatist, Henrik Ibsen, will enjoy tomorrow evening at the opera house seeing one of his plays put on by a competent company. This will bo one of the best entertainments over given in Algona. Marriage licensos have been issued to Wm, A. Pike and Mary Shaeffer, Anton Andert and Ida W. M. Bell, M. J. Green and Emma Mammoser, A, L. Bowen and Elizabeth Bamsey, S. V, Carter and Clara Rlnquist, Geo, G. Eden and Ella Tjarks. E. McWhorter and J. Q. Jamison were down Monday closing up the purchase of the Millis farm adjoining. Each adds an eighty to his already fine farm. They are two of Kossuth's most substantial and best farmers and they know the value of Kossuth soil. The Hale school contest has been amicably settled. The Riverdale school house will be moved three quarters of a mile as a compromise. Mr. Hale contended for a half mile move, and the board for a mile. The deal was completed Monday and everybody is satisfied, J. W. Robinson has bought the corner building on the new hotel site and will move it across the street and put it on the alley at the rear of the KQS- suth County State bank, facing west. It will still be occupied by the restaurant. Mr. Robinson paid $350 for it and will move at once. They tell a good story on the Ti tonka postmasters. Some one addresed a letter to Postmaster Falk at Titonka and to Miss Graham at Buffalo Center, Miss Graham's came to Falk, and Falk's to Miss Graham, and the two met half way and exchanged. Both offices are still in full blast. Geo. E. Clarke has been having a very serious sick spell, and is not yet wholly out of danger. It began with inflammatory rheumatism, but soon pneumonia threatened. He was dangerously low at one time. Everybody joins In wishing him a speedy recovery, which now promises. A. H. Langdon, our old Algonlnn, is engaged now in running a survey for the Milwaukee railway from Fonda in Pocuhontas county to Spencer to connect with its line north to Spirit Lake. He thinks H is going to he built. This and the Minneapolis & St. Louis, if built, will give Spencer quite a boom. G. D. Rowe has bought a laundry at Waverly and will go the last of this week to take active control. Mrs. Rowe will not go for a few weeks. Algona will regret the departure of Mr. Rowe. He is a genial man and a good citizen. THE UPPKB DBS MOINES wishes him good luck in his new venture. John C. Bennett was over from Emmetsburg Monday. John worked in THE UPPER DES MOINES office 25 years ago, and has been with the Emmetsburg Reporter over 20 years. He feels like a fish out of water out of a print shop, and will soon, wejpredict, be back at it again, although he says he has no plans. The marriage of Harry A. Lewis and Miss Clara E. Hodges at Irvlngton unites two well known families. The young couple go to the beautiful Lewis farm, while Mr. and Mrs. Lewie will take a deserved vacation from hard work. Many friends will wish the young people a great deal of happiness, and their elders a great deal also. A. L. Bowen and Elizabeth Bamse were united In marriage at the Moth- odist parsonage of Dr. Day, the pastor, last Thursday afternoon. These contracting parties are both well and favorably known as respected residents of Cresco township, and settle on the the groom's farm with the best wishes of their acquaintances and friends. Dr. Day performed the wedding ceremony that united the lives of Wm. A. Pike and Mary Shaoffer last Saturday afternoon at the clerk's office in the court house. Mr. Pike hails from Eagle Grove where he Is employed as a fireman on the C. & N. W. Miss Shaeffer is one of Hurt's estimable young people and carries with her the good wishes of many friends. The young couple will make their homo at Eagle Grove. It will repay our readers to go over the report of the city finances made up by Mayor Chrischilles, Clerk Donahoo and Treasurer Peek, The report of the water works is especially of interest. In spite of nearly $1,000 spent in extending mains, the water works paid running expenses and half of the new Improvements. With the new year new rentals will add to the net income, In a year tho electric light plant will show a like result. Be-han-nes-sey, the celebrated lecturer on Syria will give the second number in the pipe organ course at tho Methodist church April 18. This will prove one of the most attractive of the series. He will illustrate his lecture by 40 living characters in costume. Single admission 50 cents, children 25 cents. Seats at Gilmore's store. Season tickets can be had at the same place for $1, thus saving 70 cents on the course. Reserve seats without extra charge. A. A. Brunson was about last week taking up a subscription for Company F, to equip its gymnasium. The company expects to put a complete outfit into the armory and rent the use to tho general public. Wednesday evenings will be reserved for the cadet corps of boys from 15 to 18 years of age, and Saturday nights Company F will drill. But the remaining four nights the gymnasium will bo open to the public for a reasonable fee. It is hoped now to put in baths, in which case Algona will have as (ine a gymnasium as they have anywhere. Librarian McElrpy's report for the ! irst quarter of tho year in the public ibrary is very flattering. There have Deen 23C new borrowers added to the ist, and 2,919 books have been given out. The attendance in the reading room has been 2,625 for the three months. At this rate the library will circulate 10,000 books during the year, and as the circulation is confined to less ;han 1,000 books, it will be seen that each book is on the move. The library s a great institution for Algona, and ought to have a lot of new books. The new telephone men, B. H. Chase, P. F. and H. J. Achate, are in town and iiave token possession of the local exchange, although Mr. Bailey still says " hello." Mr. Chase's family is in the Laclendorff home, The other men are unmarried. As soon as they are all lo- ated they will put in an entirely new exchange, much larger and better than the old one. Whether they will occupy the present office is not yet fully de- id ed. There has been talk of a co-operative local exchange but up to date nothing has come of it. More is likely to be beard of it later. GREATEST spring tonic ever offered suffering humanity. Drives away all blood impurities, constipation, kidney and liver troubles. Keeps you well all summer. Rooky Mountain Tea. RAIL WA Y TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOCAL TRAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at 0:06 am No. 3 departs at 3:58 p m Freights that carry passengers— No. 93 departs at • 10:46 p m No. 71 departs at 3:20pm No. 85 departs at 8:30pm TRAINS BAST, No. 2 departs at :iO:45am No. 4 departs at 0 :S8 p m Freights that carry passengers- No. 76 departs at 10:10 p m No. 04 departs at 3:20 p m R. F. HBDRICK, Agent. CHICAGO & NOBTHWESTEBN. South— Freight 11:30 a in Pass 7:05am Mixed 13:15pm Mixed 7:64pm. ... -,..,..., Arrive at Dea Moines fit 18:16 p. m., 0:lo p NortU- «xed 7:30am might 18:15 pin ^ase 8:40 PW Itod. 10:6oiin Uneeda Biscuit. TRY A BOX and you will cry for more, like " babies cry for Castona." Found only at my store. James Patterson. ONLY 5 CENTS A BOX.) Spring, Gentle Spring. And with the change of the season comes the demand for new footwear. Some want fine shoes, we have them. Some want medium priced shoes, we have them. Some want good shoes cheap, we have them. Some want solid serviceable boots and shoes for every day wear, we have great quantities of them. Prices very low. It pays to deal with Fine Repairing and Custom Work, Exclusively Boots and Shoes, Boston Block, Algona, In. These People Are enjoying the biscuits made by the little girls at our store today, Steel Everybody enjoys food cooked on a Buck's Range, especially the head of the house, because the coal dealers bill is not more than half as large when the uel is usen in one of these ranges. Let us show you one. "qjagy* 3 ^ MMF3PWARE^ Get on the Band Wagon And- Get off the Band Wagon At- The Other Shoe Store On the corner. Everything in Shoes and Rubbers up to date, and our prices are right. Nothing but first-class goods sold. C- O. A New Carpet. Nothing brightens up a house so much w as a new and handsome carpet. The bright colors, the yielding softness, and the general air of freshness that a new carpet gives to a room are astonishing. You will be surprised and delighted at the greatly improved appearance the rest of your furniture takes on when a new carpet has added its grace to your furnishings. We urge you to call at our show room and inspect our beautiful line of Carpets and Draperies. Our prices are lower than any other concern. Bring us your measures and we will deliver your carpet made and reaey to lay on your floor, and guarantee to fit your room in accordance with plan and measures given us. A fine line of rugs, mattings, curtains, and window shades, iJ^^^F w 1 frjp W

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