The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 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 24, 1899
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THIS UPPER ms MOIKE8: ALGONA, IOWA. WEDNESDAY. MAY 24, 1808. A new and elegant line of Undev wear. Corset covers from 15 to 60c Skirts from - 50c to $4.50 Gowns from 50c to $3.00 Drawers from 15c to $1.15 Chrischilles & Herbst. NEXT YEAB'S TEACHING OOEPS, The Algona School Board Elects New Teachers—Many Changes. The school board has selected most of the teachers for the coming year. There are many changes, due in the main • to the voluntary retirement of those who have been here. Prof. Meeker goes to Cornell college to take post graduate work and will not teach this year. Miss Wundt will drop out a year, mainly on account of her health. Miss Mclntyre goes to take a private tutorship. The list for the central building is as follows: Room 1, Charlotte Sweeney; room 2, Artie Potter; room 3, to be supplied; room 4, Helen M. Eddy; room 5, Harriet Smith; room 6, Anna Samson; room 7, Nettie Durant; room 8, Bertha Turner; room 9, Mrs. Horton; room 10, L. C. Bowers. Mies Eddy is the daughter of out- former Buffalo Porks pioneer, and will be remembered in Algona as a very attractive young lady. Miss Nettie Durant's return will be welcomed by all. She is one of the best teachers ever in the school. Miss Anna Samson is a neice of C. C. Samson,-and a graduate of the Minnesota state normal, besides being a teacher of experience. In the Third ward building the corps is as follows: Room 1, Harriet Stephens; room 2, Emma O. Smith; room 3, Carrie Schichtl; room 4, Imogine Gustison. Miss Smith is the only new teacher. She comes from East Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and is a cousin of W. P. Jones. She has very high testimonials as a teacher. The new school uuilding now being erected is to be called the Bryant school. In addition to the high school department, a primary room will be opened and Miss Prances G. Welch of Cedar Falls, a graduate of the state normal has been chosen to have charge of it. The high school will have Prof. Spencer, Misses Coate and Col ton as heretofore. Miss Josie Pettibone will continue as instructor in art work. Altogether the hoard has undoubtedly chosen a very strong corps of teachers. The old ones who remain are well known and the new ones come with exceptionally good endorsement. Memorial Sunday next Sunday morning. Dr. Day will conduct his regular service at night. Theme for discourse, "The Hypocrisy of the ' Big Church.'" There will be no preaching service in the Baptist church next, Sunday morning. The congregation will join in the union memorial service at the Congregational church. Regular services in the evening. Theme for discourse, "Some Heroic Soldiers and the Basis of their Heroism." WE will make special prices on all of our capes to close. GEO. L. GALBRAITH. Stiver Crentn. Best silver polish on earth. Call for sample bottlei—DINGLEY &PUGH, Sole Agents. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. THE rarest combination of good things ever put .together is Rocky Mountain Tea. It cures pimples, indigestion, constipation, rheumatism, sick headache. Ask your druggist. LOANS on town property and farms at low rates. . THOS. P. COOKE. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. THE LOCAL FIELD. Mr. and Mrs. D. Rice expect to move into their new home this week. No one Seconds the motion that Algona celebrate the Fourth of July. H. V. Hawkins Is building a neatcot- tage over on the extreme west of town. Frank Potter took a train load of hay from Hobart to Chicago Saturday night. D. B. Avey has sold his Hobart harness shop to Wm. Baker, who is going to put in a big stock. The week has been one of cold rainy days. Corn will be a little late. Ills a small grain spring. It is rumored that Fred. Scott, who is In town, will buy the Tennant hotel lease of E. P. Blrcher. Fritz Granzow has put upa fine house over east, north of Thos. Sarchett's. It shows off well over there. Frank Devine'a family down in the south end has a boy. He was especially welcome because four sisters have proceeded him. County Clerk Carr has bought the Fred. Fuller home in the southeastern part of town. It is a pleasant place and has been but lately fitted up. Irving Dodge's home rejoices in a big new boy since Saturday and M. F. Randall enjoys the proud distinction of being grandpa. Good luck to the little man. Frank E. Tellier has been chosen superintendent of the Emmetsburg schools, but has not decided to accept, He would be a valuable man for the place. B, P. Reed is to address the graduating class at, the Buffalo Center school commencement next week Friday. He will give them an able and interesting address. The grading for the new road is pretty well done up to the Dougal Wallace farm. The iron is being laid down near Bulrnond. Thocnrs will be into Corwith in eight weeks. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent, interest. Optional payments. H. HOXIE. A. D. CLARKE & Co. loan money at 5 per cent., with optional payments Interest payable annually. COLORED silk gloves are just the thing this season. We have them. GEO. L. GALBRAITH. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. GIRL wanted for general housework. MRS. GEO. E. CLARKE. REMNANTS of carpet to close out cheap. GEO. L. GALBRAITH. FOR SALE—My residence property on Elm street, where I am now living. Will sell at a bargain. Two full lots. W. E. NAUDAIN. GROVE & SON'S clqsing out sale furnishes the low prices on groceries. ' 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. BOWYEB. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent, interest. Optional payments. H. HOXIE. A GIRL'S "complexion" may be stamped on her lover's heart, but most of the "complexion" comes off unless put there by Rooky Mountain Tea, Powder's a bad thing. BABY sleeps and grows while mamma rests if Rocky Mountain Tea is given. It's the greatest baby medicine ever offered loving mothers, 35 cents. MEETINGS. W. R, C. meets tomorrow evening. The W. C. T. U. meets with Mrs. Hamilton, Thursday, May 25, at 3. p. m. Regular meeting of the Rebekah lodge Friday night. Members are requested to be present. There will be a special meeting of Prudence Lodge No. 205, Thursday evening, May 25, tor work on the second degree. First Church of Christ, Scientist, services at Odd Fellows' parlors, Sundays 10:45 a. m., and Wednesdays 3 p. m. Subject next Sunday, "God the Only Cause and Creator." The Baptist ladies will serve a 15 cent supper at the home of Mrs. W, H. Horan, Thursday, from 5:30 p. m. until all are served. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend, Miss Ruby Wheeler, who addressed the ladies at the Congregational church last Sunday afternoon, will address a mass meeting next Sunday afternoon, the place to be announced later. The Methodist congregation will unite in union service in observance of PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Mrs. D. D. Townsend is out from Chicago for a visit. C. O. Simpson and Jos. Misbach took in the excursion to Minneapolis Sunday. B. W. Haggard is homo from a trip up through Morris, Minn., to Fargo, N. D. All haying flowers to spare are requested to send them to the armory at 4 p. m. May 29, so they can he made into boquets for the soldiers' graves an decoration for memorial day. The Durdull removal sale is going on and is the event of the season. He is cleaning his stock up for the new store which will he in the new hotel, the picture of which appears in his advertisement. P. F. Barr jumped a board bill at the Loreiiz restaurant find Sheriff Chris- lensen went to Mason City Monday and brought him back. In these clays of booming prices men must pay for'what they eat. A railroad meeting was held Monday evening to arrange for getting depot grounds for the Iowa Central. Geo. C Call, C. C. Chubb, C. C. Samson, W. P. Jones and Gardner Cowles were appointed a committee. Chas. Bell, Wesley's darkey, was in town Monday on his way to Iowa City as a witness. Bell-belongs to a family of pugilists and is considered the boss at Iowa City. Up at Wesley he has not established a fighting reputation. Company F votes for a major again Juno 1. At the last election it voted for Lee of Webster City and Refsell of Emmetsburg and the former was elected. At this election Refsell is one of the candidates. There are fourothers. occupy three rooms, and it is to get more room as well as to more conveniently arrange Us wires In the alley that the change IB made. An attorney in Webster City sued n neighbor in the Kossuth courts. E. V. Sweeting got the case sent back to Hamilton county and the court allowed him an attorney fee. The supreme court sustains the order in a recent decision. Mr. Sweeting went to Des Moines last week to see the matter settled up. The high school commencement for this year will come June 8 or f», the exact nlghk not yet decided. Owing to the recent lengthening of the high school course the graduating- class contains but two members. The Algona school course ranks now with the highest in the state and the work done Is also the best. J. F. Schalble of Whlttemore is to bo married today at Freeport, 111., to Miss Anna Clara. Snyder. Mr. Schnible is one of Whtttemore's leading business men, and he has many friends all over the county who will wish him much joy. THE UPPER DES MOINES extends its heartiest congratulations to him and to the fortunate bride. The new road cuts a corner off Dr. Sayers farm east of town of about five acres. It happens that all his build- Ingsaro on this little patch, which is very Inconvenient. The line cuts the Hutchins' half section squarely in the middle. John Urch's quarter this side is bisected diagonally, and Dougal Wallace's farm about the same. Mrs, Setchell received a letter from Carl Friday. In it he describes the severe battles the 13th Minnesota has been in. The cook of Ins company was caught and murdered by the natives, Carl has come through unhurt, but has seen some hard times. The regiment is now back in Manila to recruit." Carl writes that his health is excellent. 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. Mr. Cole went to Dos Moines Monday to attend the annual meeting of homeopath- ists. Claud Nicoulln is home from his year in law school. The other Minnesota students will be here this week. Mrs. W. H. Ingham and Mrs. L. A. Sheetz went to Spencer yesterday to visit Bert Mathews and Thos. F. Ingham. Mrs. R. Colburn of Ellington was here to attend the county Sunday school conven tion, and spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. F. C. Farr. ' Mr. and Mrs. Barton of Minneapolis re turned to their home Monday after a pleasant visit in Algona. Mrs, Burton and Mrs. O. B. Durdall are sisters. Editor Sherman of the Fort Dodge Post was up last week visiting his brother in Bancroft, and both spent a day in Algona. He is one of the able editors in the state. The following note in the Wheaton Illi- noisian will interest many in Algona: Rev W. E. Davidson of Delevan, Wis., will be a guest at the home of W. H. Conner next Monday. Mr. Fred. L. Farr, who has been visiting his brother, went to Estherville last Saturday to take charge of the Sunday school missionary work in Emmet county this summer. Attorney Coldren of Iowa City was in Algona over Sunday visiting F. M. Curtiss. He was up to get some evidence at Wesley in a railway damage case at Iowa City, where he lives, V. H. Stough was down from Minneapolis Friday settling for the right-of-way across his eighty east of town. He says Forrest has gone on the road for a St. Paul boot and shoe house. Mrs. V. H. Stough is visiting her old friends this week. Order No, O, In compliance with special order No. 13 C. S., an election is hereby ordered to fill vacancy in regimental office of major. The election is hereby ordered to be held, in Company P armory, Algona, Iowa, Thursday, June 1, between the hours of G and 0 p. m. By order of W. E. H. MOUSE, Capt. Co. F, 52d Reg. At Grove & Son's there are still to be had some splendid bargains in their closing out sale. Huy Your Weddtiitf 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 arid so was the case, then they will offeryou 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 will continue to undersell all competition without any Ifs or ands. i)INOLEY & PUGH. The Catholics of Prairie are getting the rooU for a big now school house. It will cost sevornl thousand dollars and will be in keeping with the church and Father Erdman's home. The latter is one of the elegant, houses of the county. Company F received 40 stands of arms Saturday, all new guns, old pattern Springfield, and also a full equipment of clothing, besides 2,000 rounds of ammunition. Drilling is going on regularly and the company is in good shape. D. S. Ford, R. M. Gardner, Jos. Thompson, and Frank Roibhoff of Algona, and Thos. Sherman and N. E. Sheridan of Bancroft are subpoenaed as jurors for the June term of the federal court at Port Dodge, which opens June 13. The lawyers were in Dos Moinos lust week to argue the case Involving the title to the Wigmam real estate that Judge Thomas decided in favor of J. R. Jones. On account of Geo. E. Clarke's illness the arguments were postponed. The Canadian darkeys sang to a big- audience at the Methodist church Saturday evening and gave a good jubilee concert. The darkeys can sing jubilee songs better than anybody else. When they quit jubilee songs they get out of their range. Witwer Bros, of Cedar Rapids had a representative in Algona Monday to capture one Bowder, late of Titdnka, or about $850 of groceries Bowder had converted to his own use without accounting for them. Bowder had gone into Minnesota, and the capturer went north. E, Tellier is making a good commodious house out of the old shop he bought of Mr. Durdall. The building has oak studding, basswood lath, and sheathing of our good native stuff. It is a solid building- and with a bran new outside will add to the maple park frontage. One Kirschman, representing a • crop insurance company, has lately beaton John Peterson. P. O. Peterson and the A very hotel out of sums of $40 and over for livery, board, etc. The manager came up Monday and settled up his bills and appointed John Peterson agent in his place. THE UPPER DBS MOINES missed the little daughter in the W, W. Annis home last week, W. W. is one of the county's thriftiest farmers and Mrs, Annis is one of its most intelligent and cultivated ladies. The best wish for the little girl is that she has the virtues of her parents. A traveling peddler brought three young wolves to Auditor Weaver last week and wanted the bounty. He said a man in Seneca gave them' to him to bringdown. Mart sized up the situation and declined to pay for the wolves and the peddler went on with tliem to try some other auditor. The new telephone exchange has rented rooms in the Boston Block and will be moved when the new poles and The Pocabontas people have raised enough money to buy the right-of-way from Rolfe, and will offer It to the Northwestern. The board of directors of that company will meet on June 1, and Mr. Hughitt, president of the company, will notify the people at once whether or not they accept the proposition, Algomt should be at it now arranging for the extension from Rolfe north. The Algona ball club hud a fine score of 6 to 1 in the gamo at Htnnboldt Saturday in the seventh inning. At the end of the eighth it was 7 to 7, and at the end of the ninth Eagle Grove hud 16 to 9. The boys went to pieces at the end of the game. On account of rain the field sports were postponed until tomorrow. The boys playing in the Algona nine wore Salisbury and Painter of Titonka, Shaffer of Burt, Richmond of Ames, and Purvis, Starr, Williams, Nicoulin, and Smith of Algona. Last evening occurred the marriage of C. L. Johnson and Miss Gazelle Alcorn at the Baptist church in Bun- croft. Mr. arid Mrs. J. B. Carr attended from Algona. Mr. Johnson is acting postmaster at Bancroft, is a son of the pionuur merchant, and an honored member of Company F at Chickamauga. The bride is the daughter of our ex-Supervisor Alcorn, and one of Kossuth's most charming daughters. Many from all parts of the county will extend hearty congratulations and wish long life and happiness to both. So many calls have come to C. M. Doxseo for spool metis of his hardware advertisements that ho is getting out some books of samples for use by the trade, Mr. Doxsee is rocognixed as one of the most original and successful advertisers in the business and the hardware journals all over the country have been copying his work. He has taken the best of bis advertisements in THE UPPER DES MOINES and is having them reprinted on shoots, making a list of fifty or more, sufficient for one year's advertising, and will scatter them over the country. G. D. Rowe and E. W. Puller have bought the McComb laundry in Blue Earth City and will tuko chaVge of it about June 15. They are exceptionally well fitted to make a success of the business, and will be found by Blue Earth people a, very valuable addition in every way. Mr. Puller has been with THE UPPER DES MOINES now over 10 years and in that time we have corno to know him very well! He posscssses every qualification for success in whatever he undertakes, being efficient and faithful, obliging and willing to work. It is with regret that we part with him, and the best wishes of the office will go with "Fred." to bis new home. Rev. Damon has plans for a tower and some inside improvements on the Free Methodist church, which he hopes to have completed before the annual conference which meets in Algona this fall. The cost will be about $400. Rev. Damon has proved a worker since coming here, and besides building a considerable Sunday school out of nothing has largely increased his congregation. His salary is less than $150 a year and he okos out the remainder of his support by hard work with a team. Such zeal ought to receive recognition and we hope he will meet financial encouragement in repairing and fixing up his church. $2.50 Invested in our Famous Footwear at that price brings gratifying returns to the purchaser. Men's fine Tan or Black Shoes, * 2 H O Women's fine all-kid or with vesting tops, black or tan, lace or button, -- - $2 So We also have an exceptionally fine line of Ladies' and Gents' Shoes at - - - - . . . $150 to $200 Men's working Shoes, all solid leather, sole leather counters ' and inners, warranted, only - $1.25 We will make it pay you to trade with us. Brownell & Allred, Exclusively Boots and Shoes, Fine repairing and custom work. Boston Block, Algona, la. The Baby with a tack hammer, when lie is feeling: "right smart," may cause our tinware to leak, but with ordinary usage we guarantee that It will NOT RUST. People who have been victim l7.od In the last few years by buying poor tinware at cheap prices will appreciate our efforts In buying and offering tor sale a su- quallty of antl-rustlng tinware. Ev» perlor ery piece Is absolutely guaranteed. If It rusts, bring It back and receive another In Its place. Wash boilers, wash palls, chamber palls and dippers are among the articles which we keep In stock In this ware, and these give the housewife the most annoyance, because of their lack of longevity when punctured in " cheap stuff." Lot us show you what we have. The quality will please you and I ho price will not frighten you away, C. M. Doxscc, HARDWARE. All Kinds of Feet can be fitted in the new styles in black, tan, or chocolate, and made to look neat, trim and dainty, at The Other Shoe Store, Our shoes are nobby, comfortable and stylish, and a PATRON once a PATRON always. Call and see what we have. C. O. . „ - „ __ , __ ,. _.^,., v»*v MVM IJV/IVP HltU 1V » wires are put in, The exohange will' w< >•',,!<"* \\ - V f .-'*.«* ' v '^ W >?,'-.. »V <£\* '" >*,'Vi »*'''"'* if;'-, i',< i ,"{,"> iJ ''i 'V -", d%k^i.&/^U^^^^^^ SPECIAL excursion Modern Woodmen of America to Sheldon, Iowa, on Priday, June 2, 1899. Will leave Algona at 7:35 a. m., $1.75 for the rounfl trip. IT will pay you to drop in at Grove & Son's, where a little money goes a long way. RAIL WA Y TIMS CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOCAL TKA1NS WEST. No. 1 departs at 9:05 a in No, 3 departs at 3:58 p m Freights that carry passengers— No. 03 departs at ...10:46 pm No. 71 departs at y :20 p in No. 05 departs at 8:30 p m TRAINS BAST. No. 2 departs at 10:45 a m No. 4 departs at.. 0:28 p m Freights that carry passengers— No. 76 departs at 10:10 p m No. 94 departs at 3;20pm K. F. HEDHIOK, Agent. CHICAGO * South- Freight ... pagg „ _^, _ w ^, Mixed'.,'.'..'..".12:15pnu PasS? Mixed. -" Arrive at We are still able to offer, in some of our unbroken lines, some of the choicest •Bargains in Staple Groceries that you have ever heard of. We want to close out the balance of our goods as soon as possible, and for that reason we are pushing down the prices to an unheard of point. You can afford, at these figures, to lay in a supply now for next winter,

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