The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1899 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 3, 1899
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THE TJPPEB DEB MOINES: ALGONA, 1QWA, WEDNESDAY. MAY 3, 1899. What You Can Buy at Chrischillcs & Herbst*s FOR 25 GENTS. Seven yards of good calico, light, dark and reds, for - - 2 < Seven yards of good staple sheeting for - ... 2 \ £)ne hundred styles in novelty dress goods for - - - 2< eventy-five styles in plain weaves at ,adies' white and black stitched mitts for - adies' summer corsets for - ' - adies' waist front distenders for ... adies' bustles, all styles, for ive pairs ladies' black hose, fast color, for adies' bonnets, all colors, for •adies' black and tan hose, best in the world, for ive ladies' vests, good quality, for our-inch all-silk ribbons, plaids, for bur-inch all-silk Jibbons, taffetas, for b. 30 double face black satin ribbon for blue, THE LOCAL FIELD. 2$c 2$C 2Sc 2Sc ^Children's parasols, red, white and •*Grents' Balbrigan underwear for ''Cents' merino underwear for for 2JC 2SC 2SC 25C 2SC 252 25C 2SC 2$C STRING OF ENTRIES. es in June Will Be Biggest Thing- This Section Has Seen. i ff. -^Jumpers from Far and Near Will / v Compete for Purees Here and at Bancroft. 'E. P. Blrcher has the program for *"his great June races out. The list of horses already entered for Bancroft and Algona is enough to insure the best y^aces ever seen in this part of the stale. »The local program is as follows: AT BANCROFT, JUNE 7 AND 8. BO No. 1, Bancroft Derby, 1% miles, $300. I'—San Banlta, 120, b s; Imp. Keen-Dulclnce. iJ—Red Ray, 123, b g; Answer-All Vapor. |3—Ivory, 120, ch s; Hanover-Long Nannie. j,4~Tarranet, 121, b m; Terra Cotta-Cornett. |B—Archie McKay, 123; brg; Br'Dick DollleN |6—Joe Wolesley, 121, b s; Kossuth Fan' Doty, 'fl—Garnet, 121, b ni; Alexander-Hlchalgo. ,8^-Belleof Corsica, 117, b m; Louts D'Orr- ii Lady Rosslngton. -Florence Chance, 117, b m; Chancellor- Florence. 13,0—Peg Parks, 117, s m; Imp. Dandy Dins' mont-Buttress by Barricade. .1—Red, 128, as; Buchanan-Pocahontas III. *3—Lizzie R, 102, bm; Imp. Decelver-Devonla -Al'Crolx, 123, ch g; True Born-Inez. ce No. 2, Phoenix Hotel Stake, % mile, $300 ?Algeran, 121, b g; Answer All-Vapor. -King Dance, 121, b g; King Alfarrow-Shad- . $-. ow Dance. tvfc8r4Plymouth, 122, brs; Panama-Mayflower. '" "'"' -Jarry Bennett, 121, bg; Silent Friend '". Misfortune. the stage; it has a good eccentric musical duo, and two good knockabout teams, one in pantomine. the other in song and tragedy; it has a pig that drinks milk from a bottle, and a kennel of educated dogs and many other features. Beach & Bowers give two solid hours of fun, and that's as much as other minstrel companies do for four times the money. They played to a packed house last evening at the Empire, and will have another big house tonight. _^ RULERS free for any school, to teachers who will cull at Kraft Clothing Co. during teachers' meeting. WE have a nice line of white and colored bed spreads. G. L. GALBRAITH. The cellur of the new hotel Is about excavated. The depot site of the Iowa Central in Algona is not yet staked. Taylors's May sale will be an event worth giving special note. The Beach & Bowers minstrels are the best. Saturday night. Now is the time to buy corn planters and the Wigwam is the place. F. C. Farr organized a Sunday school in the Walter Raney district Saturday night. Ed. McMurmy is building a new home over south of the normal school building. Durdall will begin to reduce his stock at once with a view to moving to his new store. Geo. E. Clarlto improves slowly. He is still far from being himself, but is able to rirle out. Goederu' department store took in 700 dozen eggs Saturday. That is a pretty egg day. What 25 cents will do is illustrated by Chrischillcs & Herbst. A nimble quarter will keep a family. Mart McCall gets a new 8600 harp today. It will be a beauty. Mart is getting to be nn expert player. A. H. Austin, who built the new mill bridge in Algonn, was chosen mayor of Webster City last week. May en mo in cold and wet. A year ago May opened wnrra tmd dry. A year ago May 1 Dewey did it at Manila. all occa- a resdy, LOANS on town at low rates. properly and farms THOS. F. COOKE. Golden Slipper. S-JfettleBrooks, 119, chin; Imp. Dutch Or«, -MH gan-Prlcllla. ,l9lrl("lle Klnney, 110, b m; Geo. S.-Unknown. iflQfSMamle Lou, 117, chm; Elkton Thorns. BM-rrgugarfoot, 121, s g; Imp. Buekinaster- SosteS-.MlsB Pickwick. Trernont-Allene . ...... . Linden C-Lucy Br'lts. gap Larnar, 124, b B; White-Long. '\T ALGONA, JUNE 14 AND 15. •To. 3, Algona Derby, IJjj miles, $300. . i, c m, 121; Iveydore-Easter. Palk to Me, b s. 120 •, Rutherford-Gomstead •y, ch s, 126; Hanaver Long Nannie. Banlta, b s; Imp. Keen Dulclnce. , s s, 126; Buchanan-Pooahoutas 3d. . anet, b m, 121; Terra Cotta-Coruet. .J'OroIx, c g, 123; True Born-Inez, ilplle of Corsica, bin, 117; Lewis D'Orr- j%!liady Rosslngton, P,eg Parks, sm, 117; Dandy Dinmont-Bnt- £?tress, . Decelver-Devonla HEINZ' sweet pickles, lOc a dozen. ' M. Z. GROVE & SON. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. Solid Gold Kings. Plump 14-kt. plain rings, 85 cents per pennyweight. Pay us $1.50 per pennyweight and we can afford to make the bride a present. _,. . . E. G. BOWYER. First door east of postofflce. 43 Seed Wheat. We have plenty of seed wheat, northern grown, hard, very clean, and at a right price. Also timothy seed and flax seed. 2tf ALGONA MILLING Co. ALL the new shades in gloves at Galbraith's. silk and kid f Race No. 4, % mile, $300. Lamar, b s, 124; White-Long. ., b s, 122; Panama-Mayflower, b g, 121; King Alphonzo-Shadow ance. ~ " :, 121; Imp. Wagner-Little Bennett, b g, 121; Silent Friend- Brooks, cm, 110; Imp. Dutch Or- ?ricllla. Jy Kinney, brm, 119; Geo. S. .KMatejvaBe D'Orr, cm,-110; Dockheart Golden pWWSflpper. I Ifo-iriossie D, s m, 119; Linden O.-Lucy t 1 ' Brpoks. r> U-i-MamleLu, cm, 117; Elkton-Thorns. f^l^JTwipenceChance, bm, 117; Chancellor- br m, 113; Tremont-Allene (or GENTS, get a nice new linolium for your dining room and kitchen floor and save your wife lots of hard work. G. L. GALBRAITH. 700 dozen eggs in one day, on Saturday last, at Goeders'big department store. Bring your eggs and butter to us - JNO. GOEDERS. FOR SALE—Stock of general chandise, buildings and lots in a perous western town. Address J. A. BEOK& Co., 5t5 Wendell, Grant Co., Minn MEETINGS. at the mer- pros- ^ .Teachers, Take Notice. ft Clothing Co. will supply free irge all Kossuth county teachers lfyll call at their store and regis- tth good foot rules during teach- eting. TJ ^ w> ^—J3—My residence property on B|reet, where I am now living. •""". at a bargain. Two full lots. W. E. NAUDAIN. SY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. Congregational a: 11 a. m., Communion service, i of sermon, " The Dynamo;" 8 p. Fruitless Rrano.Vioa " SY to loan at 5 per cent, interest, |al payments. H. HOXIE. Silver Cream. i silver polish on earth. Call for i bottle.—DINGLEY &PTJGH, Sole ihave all styles of summer cor- i good one for 85o. GEO. L. GALBRAITH. Mason City Brick and Tile Co. " a best drain tile and hollow g tile in the world and lowest F. O. B. any stalion. such & Bowers' MlitstreJs. joy Daily Herald: There is al me minstrel company in the /hat fulfills all promises and goes liences several better. It is the Bowers aggregation. It is no rcount 'em—100" company, but it yenty-seven and everyone has _|ing to do and does it well. It |enor singer with almost a sopra- pe and 8weet withal; it has the eel; it has Otis Bowers, one of jniest burnt cork comedians cm Services church: theme m., " Fruitless Branches, Dr. Day's theme for discourse at the Methodist church next Sunday morning will be, "The Real Gospel and Its Advantages." The evening sermon will be a lecture on " The Church and the Public Schools." A welcome to all, The lecture by Congressman Dolliver will occur at the Methodist church next Monday night. His theme will be. "The Nation of America." Admission 50 cents; children under 15, 25 cents. Reserve seats without extra charge at Gilmore's, Saturday at 10 a. m. Regular services at the Baptist church next Sunday conducted by the pastor. The Lord's supper will follow the morning worship, also hand of fellowship to new members. Theme of evening discourse: " The Choice of a King, or Morality vs. Christianity." Young people especially invited. Covenant meeting Saturday at 3 p. m. A concert will be given at the Baptist church Monday evening for the benefit of the young people by Alf. Larson, the violin and olaronet virtuoso and Miss Bertha Q. Bush, accompanist and reader. They come with the highest recommendations and will give an entertainment that cannot be surpassed. Mr. Larsen plays a violin solo on one string that he offers $100 reward to any violinist who can play it. Buy Your Wedding Rings of us; we always make the bride a present. Beware of imitators and people who would duplicate this proposition. They say if you will do this or if you will do that, or if so and so was the case, then they willofferyou the above proposition. There is always that if, if, if, in the way. We are positively the originators of low prices in the jewelry business of Kossuth county, and vyill continue to undersell all competition without any ifs or ands. 1JINGLEY & PUGH. The Northwestern grade-is finished Severn! miles out of Burt. A half dozen buildings are going up at Lone Rock. Dr. Day lectured at Eagle Grove last night on "India," in connection with the missionary convention at that place. Mrs. Jessie Smith Huntington improves in health but slowly. Her friends are still much alarmed at her condition. The piers are in for the Call bridge and the iron may be on this week. The bridge will be open early next week in any event. The Beggar Prince opera company is booked for May 15, a week from next Monday. It is a high class company in a jolly opern,. The decorations in the armory being put up for the teachers' hendquarters lire to remain. The boys will have an elegant armory. Gronwall, the blacksmith, is building an upright to his house west of the city hall. He is going to have a commodious residence. Guy L. Taylor has moved his piano store into the opera house block, and has larger qunrters. He is doing a big business this spring. J. B. Willey's little girl fell out of .a window at Alf. Chapin's Monday, and although the drop was only about two feet she broke her arm. Irving Dodge is building a home for himself over on the corner west of A. C. Willey's. It is a pleasant spot, and he will have a neat home. Dr. Kenefick has been in Iowa City since leaving Algona taking special work. He is now in Chicago and expects to remain until July. Rev. Dinnon is attending a Free Methodist meeting at Spencer this week. Services will bo held here Sunday as usual, Mrs. Damon in charge. The Adventists, as a result of their recent revival meetings, have had an addition of 18 to their church membership, 10 of whom were baptized last week. The electric lights will be on In the opera house Saturday night for the Beach & Bowers minstrels. The minstrels will be good and the lights will be good. Geo. T. Richmond, who has been putting in Algona's electric wires, has had a serious surgical operation performed on his foot. A piece of dead bone was taken out. The Kennedy Bros.' wild west and hyppodrome has been secured for the county fair circuit this fall. It is a big affair with Roman chariot races, rider- less horses, etc., etc. Silko, the optician, is to make Algona one of his points hereafter. He is well known in Emmetsburg and comes with the highest recommendations from that place. Mr. Tanner, who will run the new lumber yard, is here and the new shed will go up at once. It will be 56x120 feet and Geo. H. Williams will superintend its construction. A lady in Kossuth went all through the Des Moines carpet stores and then bought of Galbraith, at 25 cents less a yard for the identical pattern. She does not live in Algona. S. C. Spear is moving his building two inches west at the front and 14 inches at the rear. Mart Coonan is having his building cut off to let the Spear building have room. Lightning struck a shade tree in Perry Burlingame's yard during the storm last week and slivered it all to pieces. It stood four feet from a granary which was untouched. THERE is no better line of coffees than that carried by M. Z. GROVE & SON. A. D. CLARKE & Co. loan money at 5 percent., with optional payments Interest payable annually. Congressman Dolliver speaks in the Methodist church course next Monday evening. He has just won new honors in New York City. No one will miss hearing him in the new church. Attorney Swelling had Joe. Yocust up yesterday for contempt of court. Joe. is being sued and is attached. He agreed to bring his books before the court but thus far fails or refuses to do so. John Cronin is at present representing theHanford Pi'oduee company of Sioux City, wholesale butter and egg dealers. He is buying butter and eggs for storage all over this part of the state. County Attorney Swett of Esther- villle and C. W. Grim appear before Judge Quarton today on a habeas corpus case. One Peterson is charged with killing a man at Armstrong and is in durance vile. A goodly audience was out last Friday evening for Rev. Suckow's lecture, which is complimenled by all. Rev. Suckow is proving a very able preacher and leolurefin Algona. His congregations are growing and he is listened to with attention on *ions. He is a Clear thinker, incisive, and witty speaker. Mrs. D. H. Setchell has just received a piece of Norway pine in the shape of » paper knife taken from the forward mast of the Marie Christine, ti Spanish battleship sunk by Dewty in Manila hay Sunday, May 1. Marriage licenses have been issued to Joseph Hoof and Mary Gorman, P. J. Thinep nnd Mary Prine, Joseph Rahm, Jr. and Benedine Vamholt, L. D. Lamoreaux and Jennie Lamoreaux, Chas. H. Navel and Martha Neleon. Dr. Sayers received his commission yesterday for another three yenrs'term as assistant state veterinary. The doctor has held this position since 1888, and his reappointments show how he stands with the profession over the state. Dr. Morse says Charley Sample is petting along nicely at Des Moines. He took him to Mercy hospital a week tigo and he was again operated on there. This is the third operation he has undergone, and his trouble being tubercu- lous, it is very serious. Gov. Shaw speaks at the opera house tomorrow evening. At the Grant club banquet in Des Moines ho was last on the program and came on about 3 o'clock in Hie morning. Those who had gone out came baclt and he held everybody. The governor is one of the best all around talkers in this country. The lumber is on the ground for the building to be used at the state shooting tournament. It will be 40 feet long. The traps will bo set on sills, and the boys who set them will be under cover so that rain will not interfere with the matches. The shooting ground is the handsomest in Iowa. A tramp named John got money enough to pay for a night's lodging at the Loronz restaurant and was put in Charlie Dutchor's room. In the morning he was blinded and took Charlie's good shoes. 'Squire Clarke has given him 10 days work on the court house lawn to reflect on the folly of making such trades. Yesterday closed J. W. Wadsworth's first year as manager of the opera house, and h« was able to report the rent paid and a fuw dollars in the treasury, which was very gratifying to the stockholders. Mr. Wadsworth has secured some first class entertainments lor the theatre goers during the year and has proved a very successful manager. A tramp broke into the Free Meth- orlist church Friday night, took Rev. Damon's kindling and built a rousing fire, went into the pulpit and went to slee|>. Rev. Dnraon woko up about 3 o'clock and saw the smoke. Ho roused some of the neighbors and went to Marshal Cordingley's where he was given a constable's' star, and came a.nd led the visitor out. The fellow said he wanted to warm himself. The electric lights were turned on Saturday night. They delighted everybody. They will bo on every night now until about midnight, until a settlement is made by which the city comes into possession. Then they will run full blast. One switchboard, for the house lights, is not yet here, and they will not he turned on until it comes. The plant as a whole is a, fine one n.nd if no hitch comes over extras, etc., the city will soon have the best lighting plant hereabouts. Adjt.-Gen. Dyers has issued a call for an election May 8, to fill two places as major in the 52nd regiment, Iowa National Guard, At the regimental election of April 20, Otto Hile of Boone was elected a major, but none of the other candidates had a majority of the votes, hence the new election to fill the other two places. The fight will be a warm one, probably between Kreger of Cherokee, Refsel of Emmetsburg, and Lee of Webster City. The commission was issued to Col. Humphrey on Saturday, and he will soon announce his staff appointments. The Hudson bakery had a big blow up last Thursday. The gas tank used with the soda fountain burst and as the pressure is about 150 pounds lo the square inch things were lively for a few moments. A hole was torn but of the floor and one window glass was shattered, These tanks are expected to stand a pressure of 300 pounds, but this one had not been inspected for some time. In Minnesota there is a state inspector of gas tanks for soda fountains. It may interest our readers to know that these tanks are charged in Chicago and shipped out. When empty they are returned and filled again. Oil for—Painting. It will pay every person who is going to do any painting to see me before buying his OIL. —In fact it will pay you to see me for anything in my line, when you want to buy, I am for business. James Patterson. Cowles' Block, Algona. Artistic Footwear For the Spring end Summer of 1899 Our stock in this line is complete in every department Men's, Women's Children's and Babies' Boots, Shoes and Slippers—the latest styles and best products of the manufacturers art. You are always welcome to the freedom of our store and we solicit an inspection of our stock, whether you wish to purchase or not. Brownell & Allred, Exclusively Boots and Shoes, Fine repairing and custom work. Boston Block, Algona, la. It's a Serious Mistake to paint your buildings with anything but a first- class paint. It costs just as much to put on poor paint as it does good paint, and when you consider durability the poor paint costs you twice as much. Our HAMMAR PAINT is a first-class paint. One reason is. not because we say it Is, but because you have absolute control of the oil that goes into your paint, and oil is the life of paint. Harnrnar paint is a semi-paste, one gallon of which mixed with one gallon of raw linseed oil makes two gallons of the very best LINSEED OIL PAINT made, and which is guaranteed for five years. No fish oil, no cotton seed oil, no corn oil, so often used in ready-mixed paints; and the cost is but $1.20 per gallon. The cheapest and best paint made. NOW IS THE TIME to buy your Footwear, and HALF rates to San Francisco via the C. & N. W. line. Quickest time, grandest scenery, variable routes, perfect service. Excursion tickets will be sold at one lowest first class fare for round trip May 14-17 limited to return until July 15, 1899, inclusive, account of national Baptist anniversaries. Apply to agents of the C, & N. W. 7t2 Blue Front Jewelry Store. We have a fine line of new jewelry, also watches, clocks, and silverware. Remember the blue front when in need of a fine job of repair work, always prompt and reliable. 4 E. G. BOWYER, s^Other. Shoe Store is the place to buy. Stock complete. Men's Tan and Chocolate Vici Kid from $2.00 to $5.00. Ladies Fedora, Princess, Oxfords, and Children's and Misses' Oxfords and' Sandals. Call and see what we have. Always ready to show ffoods. Yours for business, o. o. SEE our new for 25c. package coffee—25 oz. M, Z. GttOVE & SON. FOR time loans on real estate at Kossuth County State Bank. apply MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. SUITS. Special Suit and Skirt sale at Goeders' Big Department Store. For 15 days we will offer our entire stock of ladies' suits, skirts, and capes at RAILWAY TIMS CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOOAli TKAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at 0:05 a in No. 3 departs at 3:58 p m Freights that carry passengers- No. 03 departs at 10:45pm No. 71 departs at 3:20 pin No. 06 departs at 8:30 p in THA1NS EAST. No. 2 departs at 10:45 am No. 4 departs at 8:28 p in Freights that carry passengers- No. 78 departs at 10:10 pin No. 94 departs at 2:20 p m B. F. HEBUIOK, Agent. 15 per cent. Discount. CHICAGO & NORTH WESTEKN. South Freight ..11:30 a m Pass 7-.05am Mixed.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.12:15 p TO Pass?.'..' '.'.'.'. 2:40 p J£ Mixed 7:54 pm Mixed JO:BOpm Arrive at Des Moiuos at 12:15 p. ni., 0:16 p. m., and 1:20 a. m, F. H. vwsywB, Agent* North- Mixed 7:30 a m Ladies, don't miss this great -

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