The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1899 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 19, 1899
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- 7'" THE tJPPEB MOIKJS8: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, APKIL 19, 1899. WINS A RACE GOT WEST, "Terrible Sttede* Snccessfttl ifi the Goideti State. tTfttits la llticc Fred Cory's Pony Again This Summer—General fretvs of the Cotttity, "the" Terrible Swede'* has written to Fred. Cory of Wesley and tells him that his electric pacing machine is a success and that he would like to arrange another race with the pony, as he is satisfied that he was beaten before because of poor pacing. The News, which reports the matter, does not say whether Fred, will encourage another race or not. The Swede has been riding in California all winter. At San Jose he won the 100 mile race, and he encloses the following clipping: "John Law- sOh of Chicago, known as the'Terrible Swede,' won the great long distance race here this afternoon by a narrow margin and thousands of throats cheered him to it Not only did he win it, but in so doing he established a new world's record for 100 miles of four hours, 84 minutes, and 80 seconds, the best previous mark being 4:40." Evangelical Conference at LiiVerno, The annual conference of the Evangelical association meets at Lu Verne this week, and will be in session a week. Tho examination of tho junior ministers begun Tuesday morning at 8:80 o'clock. The conference proper will be opened by Bishop bowman of Chicago tomorrow. Between 65 and 60 ministers will be present. Provis ion for their entertainment has been made by members and friends. There will be services every night and three on Sunday the afternoon service will bo held in English. On Sunday iL - ---•• - BfgUHgjgjjiUjUjijfHIigHt big fellow. Gilder has been a big factor in making the reputation this county holds as a horse center, and we regret to see him go. C. L. Ostrander laid an egg on our table the other day which measured just eight inches in circumference. He is starting out with the Buff Plymouth Rocks, and if the sample submitted IS an average specimen of their f mlt they certainly are great. Burt Monitor. O. B. Keister, a miller at Qoldfleld, has been corresponding wiih C. H. Blossom about establishing a flour mill in Burt. « H -O. Bnell will again become a citizen of Burt. He !s to Succeed S. N. Harris as assistant cashier of the Burt bank. He will be a good man for the place and the Burt people will welcome their return. Wm. Cooper and family returned last Saturday from their stay in Oklahoma. Mr, Cooper hud some Intentions of remaining there if the country suited him, but he comes back fully convinced that there is no place like Iowa. He says the soil there Is sandy, light, ho substance to it, and is not to be compared for a minute with our black loam here. Meetings lu Fen ton. Preaching at Fenton church each Sunday afternoon at 2:30. A cordial invitation Is extended to all to attend. On Sunday, April 80, Rev. H. L. Case, the pastor of the M. E. church at Wesley! churches will join. The program of exercises is as follows: Organ prelude Leonard J. Smith Hymn Congregation Prayer Rev. S. Ollerenshaw Anthem Choir Scripture Rev. t). M. Stiles Solo Lucretia Goddard Address —Rev. W. J. Suckow Hymn Congregation Address Dr. Frank E. Day Offertoire Leonard J. Smith Hymn Congregation Postlude. Prank C. Furr, district missionary, in this connection makes the following- report of bid Sunday school work for the past year: Miles traveled g §31 Visitsmade ". l'694 Schools organized I!!!!.'!!!"!'" ' If, Teachers secured ..'.'.'....'.'.'.' 58 Scholars enrolled !!!!!! 615 Schools visited !!!.!!'.'!'!'" 48 Schools revisited !!'.!!!!!! 32 Conventions and rallies attended...'.'.'.' 32 Sermons and addresses delivered 115 /. T. ChriscMlles, Gf. 0. Hudson, T. H. Lantry t fames Patterson, President. Vice President. treasurer. Secretary. On Wednesday evening, May 3. Rev O F - Whitfleld of Burt will give an address on the subject of "Missions." Everybody should attend. jwuj Union Township Meetlties. Preaching nt Good Hope church each , S «"^y at fo.-30 a. m. Sunday school f ol lows the preaching service. A cordial in- vilatlon is extended to all. w Rne i V ' H ' m Case< the Wesley, will occupy the For Sale pastor at April 80. pulpit Sunday, Three Stallions To Fight Disease successfully during the changeable sjiring and hot summer months, the Bi'Stum should receive H toning up now. For this purpose French's Sarsaparillit Ins no superior. It is the most effk'jicious spring medicine. Removes all impurities from the system nnd ( puts new life into torpid liyer and sluggish blood. A splendid all around tonic. Price $1.00 per bottle. We carry all the well known patent medicines and sell at moderate pricee. For sale only by Boston Block. Algonn, Iowa. W. J. STUDLEY, ALGONA MILLING COMPANY. - [INCORPORATED.] - HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all kinds of Grain and Seeds. 'Dealers in Hard and Soft Coal. Manufacturers of Strictly High-giade Flour. Special attention paid to the Owing to the large and constantly increasing demand for our superior grade of flour we are enabled to offer from 5 to 10 cents per bushel above the market price for good wheat. F. W. DiNGLEY, Manager. NSURANGE. Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Offlce over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartford. Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Rockford of Rockford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. GE<5. M. BAILEY. Pharmacist. A. D. Clnrke for tho Sonnto. JF, h . e ,f° llowln ? ? ard ' 8 te nod by well known Some Wesley Notes. State Regls- in regard to -.— ----- senator to succeed Hon; A B A U D k ?L S ^ ritfL A a , ka Tbe "a™ of Hon.' r". t larke of Algona was mentioned as «ne of the probable candidates. We his friends here, of whom he has many,'take •this time and opportunity to ask him to .openly come out as a candidate in this—47th —senatorial district. Signed by C. F. Echelbarger. H. L. Inman. J. M. Heathershaw. A. R. Craft. F. Eckhardt. Cbas. H. Gray. R. H. Hunt. S. M. Stahl. •W. S. Hubbard. S. Stenson. E. F. Clarke. E. A. Howe. Edwin Howe. W. B. Tallman. F. G. Tallman. J. K. Green. O. H. Bemis. Wm. Heathershaw. O. L. Harper. P. M. Barslou. A. J. Berryman. John B. Mousel. C. L. Johnson. M. E. Miller. 0. B. Sarchett. J. B. Johnston. A. P. Crouk. J. P. Bruer. B. N. Bruer. O. T. Brigham. Tom Sherman. H. W. Phelps. 0. F. Higioy. R.L.Weir. E. P. Blrcher. 1. J. Bruer. C. R. Morehouse. •J. A. Winkel. last fall be fltfo , H. D. Hodges, formerly of WeaW hnt now of Madrid is here on buslne s f' Mr Hodges says he is well pleased withhis location and is doing a good business them «hf; n ^ f UdlODg a ? d hl8 b 1 ' 04116 '' George shipped four car loads of fat cattle from t h h enr ^ Sun 1 ay mornin * to Chicago-son^ ^tto V i^rto f wn dlng °" Uleir farm tw ° W. T. Hale is moving his stock of bard- ware from here to Titonka. Wesley has now but one hardware store. There is a good opening here for some good, enter* ni " a ' n - m °" * up a business'in that ? dl Alrlch Vi8lt °d friends durlng tho s the Come and see them. J. L. Sutton, ALGONA, IA. Legal Blanks Telephone Improvements. The Western Electric is planning big improvements this spring, and will greatly extend its lines. The following letter writ ten. by T. A. Potter to the Ledyard Leader is of general interest: BUITT, Iowa, Apr. 10.—Editor Leader- Dear Sir: The coming season we expect to rebuild our lines in the vicinity of Ledyard and put on a metallic circuit, which will greatly improve the service and make it possible for Ledyard patrons of the line to have direct communication with all the leading cities of Iowa, Minnesota, and South Dakota; also southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. We will extend our Hues, as soon as the frost is out of the ground, along the proposed route of the Northwestern railway. Yours respectfully, T. A. POTTER, Secy. liedyard lender. Rev. Dr. Day of Algona preached a very able sermon at the M. E. church Sunday morning. Married, at the home of Rev. Percy in this city last Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, Mr. Mark Scott of Rodman, Iowa and Miss Kephart of this city, Rev. Percy officiating. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Skinner, Wednesday, Apr. 10, a baby girl, weight 10% pounds. Mother and child both doinjr nicely. ' Swea City Herald. The German Lutherans are laying plans to build a church edifice in Swea City this season, and subscription papers have been started to see what can be raised. D, D. Calkins sold his place adjoining town on the west, this week, to Wm Ferguson for $1,100. This is about $34 per acre and a fair price. Rev. Frank Day of Algona took the presiding elder's place in the quarterly meeting here on Sunday afternoon. He preached an excellent and searching sermon which ought not to be forgotten soon. Wesley News, The school board have chosen E. O. Bronson or Cambridge as principal of the Wesley school for the coming year. Mr. Bron- 6on has taught in the Cambridge schools the past three years and is highly recommended. He is a brother of the late deceased Charles Bronson. Rev. Mason took the noon train Tuesdav for Cannon Falls, Minn., where he yesterday performed the wedding ceremony of a young couple whose parents he united some |T years ago. He says this is the third or tfourtn time he has married in the second generation. He hopes to live to perform one in the third. ' * Wblttemore Champion. Dr. Felling was taken with paralysis of the heart last night, but as we go to press it is thought he is improving. Emil Erioksbn accidentally discharged a shot gun in Farley's hardware store Monday afternoon and tore a great, yawning hole in a nail bin. It's the old story, but that is the best place to shoot if you feel called upon to shoot indoors. Shoot into a tiail bin, npt a plate glass window. O'Brien & Geelan is the firm name of the gentlemen, who have bought the business of Lu v. Seattle, Mr. and Mrs, BeatWe have apt as yet decided on their future course, put the qhampion Joins with the entire pop' ulatien of the town in hoping they will stay Here and in wishing them success in what- eyejr tb,ey undertake, Dr. Walters has got nicely located in his w house which he has recently built Mr. Estake is moving his family into the house formerly occupied by Dr. Walters. Bradford Daggett is here putting in a hot water heater in Frank Heal's house; formerly occupied by Z. S. Barrett. Bryon Corey and Elmer Thomas started for Mnnosota Monday with teams, where they Intend to run a breaking outfit this summer. Mrs. A. S. White, who has been sick with consumption, died Friday. The funeral service was held in the M! E. church Saturday, at 4 p. m., conducted by Rev. Case, of which church she was a member. The remains were taken to Kellogg la for interment. Mrs. White left to mourn the loss of a faithful wife and mother, a husband and four small children. METHODISTS MEET IN ALGONA. Program of the Big Methodist Missionary Conference to Be Held Next Week. The central missionary convention of the Algona district is to be held in Algona next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. It will be one of the biggest missionary meetings ever held in northern Iowa, and the program will interest everybody: MONDAy. Pentecostal Missionary Service led by Rev. H. R. Calkins of Chicago Song service, led by Choir Address, " The Growth of the Kingdom" Rev, Jesse Cole TUESDAY. 9:00 Pentecostal Missionary Service 10:00 The Pastor's Scriptural an^' Disciplinary Obligation to Missions 4:00 7:00 8:00 Real Estate Mortgages, Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, Leases, Cash or Share Rent, Real Estate Contracts, Bill of Sale, Chattel Mortgages, Satisfaction of Mortgage, Grass Leases, Notes, The Upper Des Moines NEWS BOOK, AND JOB PRINTING HOUSE, -ALGONA, IOWA. = ••PROFESSIONAL. ~—~-~~—— -^- --^~^^ CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. A. GILMOVH, President, C. S. HUTOHIKS, Vice President, M. SOHENQK, Secretary, J. W. WADSWORTH, Treasurer. DIRECTORS: IM& NOLAN, • s. w. DRETER. OHAS. WOOSTER, S. STEUSSY, J. C. KAIN, J. E. STACY. The Farmers' Milling Go, \INOORPOKATED.\ ^~ OWNERS AND OPERATORS OP THE ALGONA ROLLER MILLS. """**+. Here's Paint Enough ExcJiaaag-e "Worts a Specialty. ^^^fii^&g *$£*««• w « °™ and will do as well by you as any mill ln J. B. HOFIUS, General Manager. to paint the town any color you want. It is good paint. It Is paint that will retain Its color, and a 11 we of it goes a long ways. We can supply vo ^a^wAfe«A' K Ralph Miller. ~~-~~-—~~~ ^.—^ ^ Kossuth County State Bank, WM IT I XT/3 IT * HI T» * j __.A m ™ STATEMENT Kossuth County State Bank 5, First National Bank of Algona. CAPITAL ................ 850 OOC :™^ furnishing first-class security. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNSY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbralth's. 10:80 Ten-minute Talks on— 1. My Method of Presenting the Benevolences n F. Johnson 3. How to Reach the "Last Onn80n Man" (j. F. Vvm 8. The Sunday School and Mis- 4. The Advantages' of'Observing y Easter Sunday as Children's Missionary Day C. E Stevens 5. The Effect of Full Apportion^ ments Upon the Local Church Finances Q ^ Devitt 61 r, T £ e Effect of Lai< K e Missionary Collections Upon the Other Benevolences Chas. Artman Discussion C; E. Chafer and Devotions. 8:00 The Relation of Home and Foreign Missions Win, Whl 3:30 Scriptural and Economic Ground for Proportionate Tenth." Conducted 4:00 Pentecos't'aV MUsion^r^S^rvk-ef' D 7:80 8:00 SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-PerRuson bljck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J. 0. RAYMOND. B . 0 . Raymond & Raymond, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Durdall's store, Algona, Iowa, ASSETS. Gol<f7.n^~ dlscounts 8130,005 03 uoiu coin o fl(Sn nn Silver coin and bullion. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..' 2235 00 Legal tender, national bank notes 9*900 00 uaBn items 4 0^*7 aa Due from banks- ' 7 Citizens' National, Des Moines.... 1,103 31 Metropolitan National, Chicago.. 6 518 93 First National, Minneapolis „ io,978 05 Onion National, Chicago 3838800 National Exchange, Milwaukee... 7 684 04 galo Alto Co., Emmetsburg 375 17 First National, Dubuque...... . 78706 ^T^^H 1 , 0 ^^?^York! .. g t... Too 30 5,69994 5,00000 geaip'i^perty.v.::::;;;:;;;;;;;;;;•: ^'HIP Personal property 2,74982 Total assets .SS45',251 92 LIABILITIES. Capital stock a 50 oon nn Sight deposits 180883 74 Undivided profits. ..."!,!!.'."!!!!! 14,'388 18 Total liabilities i'8245 251 92 Inabilities of directors— ' As borrowers » 90000 Asendorsers 1,50000 Sworn to and subscribed by WM. H. INQHAM, President. LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before me this llth day of April, 1899. ] ij. s.] H. E. RIST, Notary Public. it: J. w. WADS WORTH, JOHN G. SMITH, Directors. Officers and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, O. O. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbrafth, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenclc, Thos. F. Oooke. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS J*~lnterest paid on time deposits. . . Attest SAMSON & PAINE, DEALERS IN FREDERICK M, CURTISS, ATTORNEY A T L A W. Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. is nearing completion when done will be one of the fluent in- e Jf i»d in northern IQWI». ^ Vlf fw. — r-rtl -T-'W^ »•* «^v*v»*v*« 4-MWC1. . M>. Towueyaiarge, {wo-stow residence )B the north part of town Is nearing com" 1af - ln " or " 1 W^m 4w»ewmbeo<jfof.$e 9:00 10:00 10*30 11:00 Address, "The Slgnifloance of the Student Volunteer Move. ment".,. ,Rev. J. B. Trimble, D. D WBDNEBPAY. Pentecostal Meeting, conducted 1:45 3:00 _._ rT-»««ii of Missionary Zeal,,,,...,,,,., WP Qies Is There Danger of' bver-boom- Jpg the Benevolences.,.F. W. Ginn ^ 8 " 0 &$S, rtzell>s Work and Its r ""- fu " < "-9 w. W. McGwire B, F, REED, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: South rooms over Durdall's store, Algona, Iowa. Grain, Feefl SAMSON & GROSE, [Successors to Hay & Rice ] ABSTRACT REAL ESTATE LOANS. FARMS AND WILD LANDS FOR SALE AND FOR RENT. Opera House Block. ALOONA, - - - IOWA. SHERIFF'S SALE. that bv '« u uu \j\j unity , 1O VT ft. ^^•f^mAS^^^n^^' fendants, In favor of M. Groot, plaintiff l'wl?i' said aav A all ot_said J. H. and R°'° C B? a £bd's m S 0^°,, C ^ mence at the hour of 2 WATER OR NO PA Y. Artesian wen contractor. I have the We pay the very highest prices for all kinds of grain, sell ground feed, which we deliver to any part of the city, and sell and deliver hard and soft coal at lowest prices. cities, farm ty; sink wells for water sunolv for towns i, and railroads. Spedarattentlon to — well work. Estimates made. I em. filoy only expert drillers. Address A. Dalley, f icm*\n T **».,. , Algona, Iowa. F. L. TRIBON, M, D., Homeopathic, PHYSICIAN AND SUR&EON, omco iu the Boston modeuce on nor* H. C. McCOY, M. D,, PHYSICIAN AND SUR&EON. Office at residence, McGregor street. —._„., Samson's abstract office In Opera House block. The Red Elevator, C. & N. W. depot, Phone II. ALGONA. TheRelation of Spirituality to f i™ ^P^jte?, Thos. Craven of India 4:00 Pentecostal Missionary ~ • PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algeria," EjrajDge ervice, et Oalklna PR. ffovneopatMo Physiotm and OJftce and resiaeRce jn fiostoa fllQcfc, ,,,.,. ....... Mia, Key. Thpa, Craven, tU-WMa ml88i0»ar£ ' M. a, KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SUR&EON. Office ana residence over Taylor's. B. 4, f,, SIBT* & -A & Wood and Ice. I am prepared to furnish Green or Dry BODY WOOD either 4-footi OP stove leqgtb, barfl or eoit, iu any quantity dealre^. ^SeeRie before ordering. I am not In oop4pany wj$h anyboay Ju the wpocl pueineee. Joe season ig at baofl. at prank WtnUel's or at reatftHmnt. Heffelfinger -Bicycle 'Shoe 4 Cens;%> or bbchs:* y where "it ui Bttiu uay, — f* x Witness my handthlsethda^of April A.^ «» Sherlffo^^oBg^fe^ SHERIFF'S SALE. Simmons and Gwfsimn^Mrl^f 8 ??, Alic S SS^&J^^^&ffi^SSS * 06 at th6 h ° Ur °' « °' 0 NOTICE. ^^^S^^^^SS,^ ceased, was filed in mv offl<£ »«£ coun ty. (Jeg?2??!an<J publicly rLd? Cften rthe"5th aayTt as the testament of tho e*ocuieci last will and i|t 6 e V r» TQ8RAPEBB, Notice is hereby given that proposals win h« Wghwav between Seotion.8 |s a tctwnshin j also gra^e between g 'Plum DMM o» 3M aw Y * *•-*' ' ?ff •>,

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