The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 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 17, 1899
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fttyflOO FAMILIES *- i » wfflte ° N PEiftu * HA ' '*"" " ifl a ,.. , , ' "(.- i'-'" V -'V "• •> •"*??* --;- ': .-VV:; ".'>'" - • , \^ JOWA. WlffiKEBPAY »« a f atoll* inediclfte for CAPf. BE 06RLACHB SAW . WONDERS OF NATURE. t«dio«s Witt .systemic eatftrrh and before P4-m-fla I hid tried gev«tal On HU tr*j> Borne Afr*ia to nratttit — ; Will fitatt« in Intended Meport at Bin to Hit O*n Otfrernmcnt Btglon af teebtrgs. Mr. TV. H. B. Williams, Columbus, O. «ther i-emedles with little or no success. But in Pe-ru-na I found a prompt *nd sure cure. I always keep the Remedy which promptly relieves any attack of the same malady. "My wife also uses Pe-ru-na. She finds it ol especial use for severe spells, to which she is subject We always keep it-in the a family medicine. We think it an excellent remedy for the various ills to which children are subject, especially climatic diseases. Address Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, for a free book, on family medicine. HE ADDS PI TO HIS LUNCH. '(nburbanlte'i Straggle with the Rettleii Paper Parcel. The man -In the suburbs had his -lunch neatly tied In a square yellow paper parcel which did not look its function. He started from the house In orderly precision, but" had barely turned the corner when he stubbed his toe and dropped the unsuspicious bun. die to the sidewalk, splitting the yellow paper and depositing sandwiches and cake on the ground. Then the train whistle sounded its warning note and in despair the tortured suburbanite crammed cake and bread promiscuously into his pockets and started, on a run for the station. He caught the last platform of the last car and, hurriedly sank into a seat. When the conductor asked for his ticket he managed to extract the small pastebord without showing the contents of one pocket, but tugging deep In the other for his handkerchief to wipe his heated brow, out flew crummy bread and etringy ham and cake that looked as If the frosting had been nibbled by mice. The passengers smiled. They could not have been human and done otherwise. But the man made no allowances for uncontrollable risibilities. He glared at the offending men and women, savagely thrust back the bread and .battered cake into his pocket and % enveloped his burning countenance in the cooling pages of the morning pa.' -.per. But there was a look of flint in • • his eye that spoke the finish of the .'-.,„ homei-concocted luncheon. Several members of tib.6 Belgian expedition to the south pole have* or- jrlved at Montevideo. They aife return* 4ng to Europe with a mass of valuable data for science. fh6 men are ,ltaol Amundsen, officer of the Steamer Belgica, which carried the expedi* tlon; M. Dobropqlski of the meteoro-- 'logical service, and Henry Aftowskl, jfaaturaljtet.. 'These gentlemen do not desire to ;teli much about the results of the expedition. However, it is said that the expedition got as far south as 71 de- Agrees 86 minutes latitude, and that '•land not known previously was discovered by Captain Adrlen de Oer- '.lache, commander of the enterprise. .This new land, It is learned^ was .was called "Danco" by Its discoverer. .Captain Oerlache Is still In Punta Arenas. It is his purpose to sail to iBuenos Ayres to repair his sMp, the Belglca, and he will then sail for Europe. The new land was probably named in honor of Lieutenant Danco, who was In charge of the magnetic observation, and who died In June last year. This Oerlache or Belgian expedition sailed from Antwerp on Aug. 16. 1897. ,The Belglca was well stocked and had on board a hardy crew and a number of scientific men. The crew counted 'twenty, and there were provisions stored away in the hold t of the ship sufficient to last two years. The ship itself was formerly a whaling vessel and was especially reconstructed for this expedition. It has a displacement of 400 tons and thirty horse power engines, which can develop a ten-knot .speed if necessary. Captain Qerlache .was ably fitted for the work he had 'in hand and which he seems to have 'well performed. He studied engineering at the University of Brussels. He has followed the sea since 1885 and rose to the grade of captain in 1894. The government of Belgium appropriated 60,000 francs for the expedition and the city of Antwerp added to this the sum of $5,000. Although it discovered unknown land, the Gerlache expedition did not reach the farthest point south. This not ftttentittSd—but then hef ftgttr* win act te in flkSiwr-ttad* *ti- deuce (m that trip. She Isn't cr*bt*d; ah* Is m«rfy and light-hearted and ready tot all the fun there Is to be h&4 in being buffeted about by the elements, she is perverse, because sh« wilt not pay the least bit of attention to the "Don'ts!" that are bufczlng aboiit her head. Her friends know she'll drown^there isn't a ghost of a chance, in their opinion, that ahe will ever see Skaguay. But Miss Carrl« goes right on preparing for the perilous Journey Just the same. She says: "I've made up niy mind to go." And when a woman makes up her mind . A tnati is to be happy at Stfthe time in the remote future; a dog is happy now. One touch of love mends all a heart's punctures. MISS CARRIE HOPE, what does it mean? It means "gangway" for her. It means that everybody must stand aside while she passes. Miss Hope's home on the water will ie a catboat. She Is looking about tar somebody to help her keep house in the small craft that Is to carry her TABLET FOR WINNIE DAVIS. ' . I... ^ Second Memorial to Be Raised m Richmond. Besides the artistic monument to be erected in the cemetery in Richmond fey which the women of the south propose to commemorate the virtues or 'the "daughter of the confederacy" a second beautiful tablet in memory or Miss Winnie Davis is to be placed on one of the walls of St. Paul's Protest- lant Episcopal church In Richmond - Va., and is. the gift of Ambrose A Maginnis, a prominent and \vealthy citifeen of New Orleans, who has al • ways, been a warm friend of .the Davis family. The modeling of the tablet in plaster has Just been completed by George 3. Zolney in his New York studio. The tablet, which is five fee: long and three feet wide, is at once to be east in bronze by the Henry Bonnard Company. The vestrymen of St Paul's church and Mrs. Davis, acting lor Mr. Maginnis, have formally ae cepted 'the work. Mrs. Davis considers the portrait of her daughter a faithful likeness and is highly pleased with the sculptor's artistic conception, The de : eign shows a bas-relief encircled with palms, the center of a decorated niche. A cherub's bead is placed In tympanum and the base bears the memorial inscription, FAVORITE DISHES, There was nothing Napoleon was no fond of as boiled mutton with onion $auoe,..and he frequently. Indulged hip taste to such an extent as to make himself 111. . «»* .o George III. also loved boiled mutton ind turnips, Queen Elizabeth wade her break* fasts and suppers pff of salt beef and »le. Jn contrast, Mary Queen of Scots, whose tastes were French, had >'most dainty table and was luxurious IB the extreme. James I. liked- a Scottish dish, tpckje-leekie, Oharleg, We son enter- tajnefi lavishly. He kept two doaen tasttes always open and ready for him ind would have hundreds of guests to linger. Five hundred Ifofcefl were air served. famous Dr. Johnson liked over/ bo}l<tf pork, veal pie, with rats- i and, sugar, and plum pudding, coy. sauca. f vvas agreat mistake to teach oui -tft' *»t cactus." "Why? Did :' ber?" "Kill her? We-cw't keer pf b»rb*4 wjre around ^ CAPTAIN DE GERLACHE. was done by Ross in 1841, when he went south to 78 degrees and 10 min utes of latitude. 'That is the present record. WILL SAIL TO ALASKA. A girl in an open boat bound from Seattle to Skaguay, Alaska—that is tihe sight which will shortly astonish the natives of northwest and north. Miss Carrie Hope, pretty, plucky, youthful and perverse, is soon to set sail—a funny little three-cornered sail if is, too—upon the black coast oceanway in search of fortune. If she fail of fortune she will certainly gain notoriety and experience. One can promise her that beforehand. As to the making of the journey in safety, without freezing the tip off her saucy nose or losing at least one ear by the same process, that Is something which -old Neptune may" have an idea or two about. It Isn't every day in the century that a pretty mermaid comes sailing her way abreast of the salt; salt billows, and Miss Hope Is more than likely to be gathered greedily into his green embrace before she has time to say her prayers and wish she had never, never left home. , 'Twill be a wildly ventur^ ous voyage, this one of Miss Hope's planning. If she should ask any insurance man, near or far, to write her out a policy beforehand, he would doubtless shake his head and say: "Not on your life!" If he didn't decline to nsure her toe ought to be examined >y the commissioners of lunacy. Were Miss Hope a scrawny spinster, crabbed and otherwise uninteresting, nobody would be particularly concerned at the announcement that she intended to erapt Providence by such a. prank as jiolng to sea in an open boat. But Miss Hope Is youns-r-and y<wth is ai- ways more or lees engaging She 13 to Skaguay. She wants a girl companion. But volunteer sailors among girls are scarce—so scarce, indeed, that Jt looks as though Miss Hope would have none but her own company en route. Sailing is by no means a novelty with the pettlcoated mariner. She was born on Long Island and has had practical experience with nautical matters. But that does not lessen the danger of the trip contemplated by the young woman. To sail placid lakes and bays and rivers is one thing. To brave the fury of rolling seas and ocean gales is quite another. If Miss Hope lives to tell the tale, It ought to be an interesting one. Girls have queer notions of things, anyhow. And never before did they enjoy so much liberty in the carrying out of their ideas. People will say that Miss Hope is foolhardy -In attempting such marine adventures. But no 'one will prevent her' from doing exactly as she pleases. Graceful Gift. The wit of Jenny Llnd was as charming In its way as her voice. On the occasion of her second rehearsal at the Paris Opera House, Lablache, the famous singer, was entranced with her voice. Hurrying up to her, be said enthusiastically, "Give me your hand, 1 mademoiselle! Every note in youy voice is a pearl!" 'Give me your hat," replied Jenny Llnd, with a pjc.yful smile. Lablache hande*d the hat to her. Putting it to her mouth, she gave one of her matchless trills and birdlike snatches of song. "Here" she said, smiling at the delighted La- blafhe, as she returned hjs property "is a hatful of pearls for you, monsieur." Christ d|d for 1ft for wetter, *t*«. WlnMow'* 86ottiinf SJrnp, . iBai«, ,al]»v»twin.cure«wtnacollc. If yon don't like to make excuses and apologies, sttip making promises. The first duty of a man is to do his dutv first. f If § PwminiiitlyenrMl. S am daft «s« of Dr. Klln*' . . Klln*'« Great N«rT» R*»toref. Bond I for FtlEE 9*.00 trlfcl bottle itnTtrettilfc DR. R. H. KLiNi.Ltd.,931 Arab St.. PhlHufelfrhf "££ Men indulge in lots of beauty sleep, but they haven't much beauty toshow for it • • * I know that my life was saved by Piso's Cure tor Consumption.—John A* .Miller, Au Sable, Michigan, April 31,189B. Every wedding 1 is the prettiest of the season, and erefy bride's wedding 1 outfit the most elaborate. ,'l'he World's Kecord for Oatpnt. Adding together the actual number 01 the different kinds of harvesting ma??QC ,?! ade ^ a slnele dft y durln * £398 at the works of the Dewh_g Harvester Company of Chicago gives the enormous total of 1,319, or more than 2 complete machines for each working ""'Inute. ' A stone house is not so durable as one of brick. A brick house, well constructed, will outlast one of gran* itc. Woman can't throw a stone, but when she drops a flower pot out of a window she nl wayj hits somebody. Do Vonr Feet Aflhe nnci BarnT Shake into your shoes, Allen's Foot- Base, a powder for the feet. It makes tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures Corns, Bunions, Swollen, Hot and Sweating Feet. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 26c. Sample sent FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted. LeRoy, N. Y. Much' personal enjoyment results from kind and charitable acts. Beware of Fraud! ! Every success broods Imitators and counterfeiters. Look oiitforsnbstltuteswhen you ask for Can- carols Candy Oathaitie. All druggists, lOo, 250,600. Yon will hear the greatest criticism in a church of the organist who gives her services for nothing. Coe'g Cough Balsam Is the oldest and best. Itwlll break up n cold quicker than anylhlug elBO. It IB always reliable. Try It. Office seek! ijg grows on a man like any other habit. Chicago Great Western Increase. The earnings of Chicago Great Western Ry. "Maple Leaf Route" for the third week of April, 1899, shows an increase of $14,026.63. Total increase since beginning of fiscal year (July 1st) to date, $392,382.06. MtSS LttLA 6t W OMEN are assailed at evfcty torn by troubles pectiHat to their Be*. Every mysWriottS ache or pain fa ft Symptom. These dressing sensations Witt keep on coMtig tmlfrss properly treated, The history of hcglect Is written In th« worn faces Wasted figures &f hine- tenths of bttf Women, every one of whom may receive the tovaltmbte advice of kfs. Pinknani, Without charge, by Writing to her at Lyno, Mass. women NEED MRS. PINKHAM'S MO Maybe n. woman likes nnsty problem plays so much because the heroine has a harder time than she has. Steam is the perspiration from hot water. What "Kalsomlnes" Are. "Kalsomines" are cheap 'temporary preparations manufactured from chalks, clays, whiting, etc., and are stuck on the wall with decaying animal glue. They bear no comparison with Alabastine, which is a cement that goes through a process of setting, and hardens with age. Consumers, In buying Alabastine, should see that the goods are In packages and properly labeled. Nothing else is "just as good" as Alabastine. The claims of new Imitations are absurd on their face. They cannot offer the test of time for durability. "Are you amply compensated for your labors, Miss Judy?" "Well, my employer pays mo for my typewriting, of course; but I have to put up with his horrid old puns for nothing." _ low** whites trf H*f teeeitefy as follows; Mas. PmijttAM—! had bsfeii a eoftstAtit sufffetat lot neatly thfftiS yeatsv Had itifiaftttMti6fl of the Woinb, leticorrhcBa, heart trouble, bearing-down pains, backache, headache, ached all over, and At times could hardly stand on " "\fe6t,,- My heart trouble waa so bad that some nights I was compelled to sit Up in bed or get ttj> and walk the floor, for it seemed as though I should smother, More than once I have been obliged to have the doctor visit me in the middle of the night I was also very nervous and fretful. I was utterly discouraged. One day 1 thought I would .write and see if you could do anything for me. I followed your advice and now I feel like a new woman. All those dreadful troubles I have no more, and I have found Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Sanative Wash a sure cure for leucorrhcea. I am very thankful for your good advice and medicine." "Lorn" is the naiue of a boat recent* Jy launched. It is evidently a toe-boat. WANTED-Capo of bud He«lth ttut B-I-P-A-N-S will not benefit. Bend 8 centi to Blnuu Gnomical Co.. Kew York.for 10 iftmplei and 1.000 teitlmonlala. It's a ruenn bachelor who advises a girl to marry and then fails to propose. Or, Kay's Renovator Btljjiu.on, llvor and kldne? dliea*«s, blllouinasu, lieudacbes, etc. At druggist*, Mo and 11.00. PENSIONS! i Get your Pension IDOUBLE QUICK Write CAPT. O'PARRBLL, Pension Agent, 1425 New York A venue. WASHINGTON. D.C. A FtWKI BOOKLET HOW TO REE; INKPICTURES Free by mall If yon writ* with Carter's Ink to CARTER'S INK CO.. BOSTON, MASS. WHEAT WHEAT WHEAT Nothing but wheat; what you might call a sea of wheat," is what was said by a lecturer speaking of Western Canada. For particulars as to routes, railway fares, etc., apply to Superintendent of Immigration, Department Interior. Ottawa, Canada, or to N. Bartholomew, 806 Fifth Street. Pea Moinea. Iowa. -*-»-* '•*-!> '-•-» I.I.' 1,1,1 COLUMBIA, Hartford and Vedette BICYCLES. An experience of 22 years In the application of the best methods of cycle building, . and our unequaled manufacturing facilities, enable us to offer the purchaser the most desirable combinations of DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. NEW MODELS. ChalnloBs, - $75 Columbia Chain, » • -BO Hartfords, - - - - - 35 Vedettes, - - - . $25, 26 Catalogue, Booklets, Folders, etc.. tree of any Columbia dealer or by mall for a 2-cent stamp. POPE MFC. CO. HARTFORD, CONN. ffTT II I'l'l ITI 111 /• ~rr rrrn W. N. U., Des Moines, No. 20.—1899." Kindly When Answering Advertisements Mention This Taper. M A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO~ SHAVE WITH." ' _ ; SAPOLIO IS THE PROPER THING FOR HQUSE-CLEANING; POPUl YOU CAN'T KEEP IT IN. PEERING HARVESTER CO,, V / ) old proverb saya: "HarecolYM moat favors who knowi how to return them." This IB the secret of the Brest popularity of Deer'UK grain and gra»» cutting; machinery. The confidence jplawd In &« b cU famer8 °' tU ° Worl * U navel Deering Binders, Reapers, Mowers, Rakes and Corn Harvesters The Deerlug way is tfce common sens* way. CHICAGO, Annual Meeting •» German Baptists, (Dunkards,) Roanoke, Va. r May 23, 1899. ONJUY One Fare Round Trip VIA . r "BiQ FOUR" For full iaf ormBtion regarding tickets, rates and routes and time of trains, call |. 0, WcCORIWICK, WARREN J. LYNCH, * > MS.Tr»jnpMgr. As«t Gen. pflss. ft Tkfc As*. CINCINNATI, 0, • MiBBionarv narTs. S. Evange^, ™-^ _^ r^»w«rwv «**«* "- »• -»v»ngejiisp, (jnriauan Cfluyqfc, Dr. Kay's Renovator. j"~"LT"7 —'"* t 7 v ^* "iJwjKvvme »HB we wjju don't take any substitute they way 8 ftv is ^L^Pte™™*** P'Wfc V ? in j nf" •*""*••" utaii ucvuax JOots., »n<J 26ct»., postage prejpg4iL Jn!? * ? erfep * MBOvrtw Pf Wie wbole system. 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