The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1899 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1865, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1899, VOL. XXXIV-NO. 13, The Family "V H j For the table need be but a moderate sum if you turn your buying this way. We are satisfied with small margins and we pass to you only such goods as will bring you back again. Good Qualities are our chief aim, as all our patrons willltestify. Langdon & Hudson. Notice That we have a complete,line of Ladies' Collars and Cuffs, Ladies' Belts of all kinds, Ladies' Kid and Silk Gloves, Ladies' Plaid and Striped Hose, Ladies' Shirt Waists, Ladies' Parasols and Umbrellas. Our prices are correct. Call and see for yourself. Geo. L. Galbraith. Glossy, Luxuriant Hair lst hen»uitof proper care. In this ape of hurry and bustle almost everyone's hair Is shamefully neglected. To get the best results, the hair should be brushed thoroughly every day, but seldom washed. BEGG'S HAIR RENEWER applied according to directions will keep It free from all dust and dirt, strengthen the roots and prevent as well as cure baldness. This tonic Is the result of years of experiments and study of the nature of the hair. It Is thoroughly scientific In every respect, and every one of Its Ingredients Is a medicine and stimulus. R. H. MILLER. DAMAGED BY THE STORM, North End of the County Suffered in Sunday Night's Blow. Swea City and Oermanta the Chief Victims—Miss Lou Smith Describes the Tornado. W. H. Reed (Successor to John Gronin) handles the best to be had In the way of up- to-date, fine FURNITURE besides everything that can be desired in plain and ornamental Picture Frames, Mouldings and goods that are required for beautifying and ornamenting the home. A specialty made of hold of the spurious coina but in most instances discovered the stuff in time to have it exchanged for lawful money. The Bancroft Register gives warning. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Helen Starr is work at Grinnell. home from college Mrs. Clay of Mason at Mrs. M. Winkle's. City is visiting with prices always at the satisfactory point, W. H. REED. PROFESSIONAL. ^S*v~V**^*^i^~^^-*^*^i~V-**r^*^+~i»^i~^ CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. A Good Piano Is an article to be highly prized in •-, any family. The "good" kind costs no more than some of the so-called good ones. The Kimball stands high among the really good ones. We can prove this claim to anyone. O. L. Tf\YLOR. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbraith's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxle-Fertruson bl jolt. E. V. SWETTINO, ATTONEY AT LA W, Algona, Iowa. Telephone No. SO. J. O. RAYMOND. B. O. IIAYMOND Raymond & Raymond, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Durdall's store, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. B. F. REED, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: South rooms over Durdall's store, Algona, Iowa, F. L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office In the Boston Block; residence on north Thorlngton street. A. QltMOVR, President, O. S. SVIOHINS, Vice President, M, SOSENOK, Secretary, ' J. W, WADSWOBTS, Treasurer. DIRECTORS: JAS. NOLAN, H. \Y. OREYBU, CHAS. WOOSTER, S. HT^USSr, J. 0. KAIN, J. K. STAOY. The Farmers 1 [INOOKPOBATED.] OWNERS AND OPERATORS OF THE ALGONA ROLLER MILLS. Can furnish, the trade with choice flour Irorn selected wheat ; also bran, shorts, and ground feed in lots to suit purchasers. This is a farmers' company and solicits the fanners' business. H. c. MCCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. J, KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. a Highest cash price paid for good wheat. Iowa. Givo the new conipauy a trial. We can and will do as well by you as any mill in 7. 2i. HOFIUS, General Manager, PR. MARGARET E. COLES, Homeopathic Physieian and Surgeon. Office and residence in Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. Sunday night a heavy wind passed over the north end of the county. The chief damage was done near Swea City and in Gernaanla. As far south as Burt an empty box car was blown from the track, hut the farms about did not suffer much damage. The storm was worst in Germanla, where many buildings wore blown down, among them all of B. F. Smith's barns. Fortunately none of his line horses were killed. A big barn belonging to Tlios. F. Cooke just out of Swoa City was carried 40 feet and one wing torn down. It was a very severe storm, evidently in places a twister. A GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION. Following are several paragraphs from a letter written by Miss Lu. R, Smith, who teaches in Gormanla, to her father. It gives a lively picture of a storm scene: GERMANIA, Iowa,—I have boon In a cyclone at last and cannot say I care to have it repeated. It struck Germania at 3 o'clock this morning, and was so sudden that we hud no time to dress but rushed about the house in our night clothes. We didn't go down cellar for It Is full of water, and besides the window was open. It is only 4:30 now, but I am go- Ing to write you a little, as you will probably hear of the storm and wonder if I am all right. Of course I know very little of it yet, but Mr, Mathis is out investigating. One house just a little ways from us is completely gone. Cannote'ven see aboard it was made of. The lady was hurt some. I don't know how badly. Our closet is just as close to the parlor window as possible, and smashed to pieces. The steps from our front door are pulled off and thrown over, and by the looks of the brick and by the sound of it while falling I should judge there is very little chimney left on our place. The barns around hero are completely demoralized, and horses are straying around loose. Mr. Smith's place (B. F.'s) is a sight from here. It looks as though his large barns were all gone, and we can hear him hallowing. Mr. M. has gone up there and I will add a little when he gets home. Now that is just around here, but about the rest of the town I can not tell; people are yelling and talking excitedly. But it was a twister, for our boiler, which was full of water south of the house, Is emptied of its contents and well banged up, lying way north of the house, and the out buildings are blown south. It sounded awful, While I am writing I can see people coming from their caves and it looks kind of comical. I hope you had no hard storm in Algona. Mr. M. has just returned and soys B. F.'s barns and coal house, etc., are all blown to pieces, but no horses are hurt. Mr. Meyers' kitchen is also blown off the house and smashed up. I have just been to see the wreck, and I never saw such a sight in my life. It's a mystery to me how on earth those people ever got out without being killed. They were all pinned down excepting one girl, and she helped the rest out. Damage at Swoa City. Telephone advices from Swea City indicate that all the barns in a wide circle of country are torn down or dam" aged, also windmills, In town the Dye, Bromark and Barber barns are destroyed. A few miles north of town a big barn was blown down and a horse killed. The only house reported destroyed is Chas. McAdams,' He reached the cellar, but his wife was caught up stairs and blown away but not seriously injured. Southwest a school house was blown away and cut off the telephone wires. At Bancroft no damage is reported. It is rumored that the station at the railway crossing was destroyed but it seems to be unfounded. The telephone wires are not in working order to Germania. Monday Night's Storm. Monday night again everybody noticed the heavy clouds to the north. The following telegrams tell the story: Minneapolis, Minn., June 12.—One of the most severe storm that ever passed over Minneapolis prevailed here hetween 5 and 7 o'clock. For fully an hour midnight darkness fell over the city and the sky had all the appearance of a tornado. There was very little wind, however, but an immense volume of water fell, the gauge showing 2.34 inches. So far as learned little damage other than the flooding of basements and floating of pavements resulted from the storm. Bridge square in the lower part of the city was afloat for a time and was passable only in boats. The storm came from the south. Minneapolis, Minn,, June 12.—There are repeated rumors that the tornado at New Richmond, Wis., tonight has killed 250 persons. The news has not yet been confirmed. The wires have been working badly, but it may be the country offices are simply closed for the night. The storm split beyond the twin cities, the dangerous part going north and east, over Hudson and New Richmond, The other division of the storm did a little damage near Glencoe and points southeast of there. Mrs. B. K. Stacy is visiting with her brother at Wahpeton, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Slagle came from Caltnar Friday for a visit. Miss Clara Yetter is home from Morningslde college for the summer. Mrs. Chas. Foster is at Holmes to attend the wedding of a sister, and visit. Chris Katn and Jas. Hinchon come from Collegevllle, Minn., the last of the week. Ed. Man tor was up from Peterson Saturday to see his mother, who is in poor health. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Smith are planning their summer trip for the last of the month. D. D. Townsend is out from Chicago for a visit, his first In 10 years. Bert. Langdon was also over for Sunday. Gardner Cowles was called to Burlington again Saturday evening by his father's ill health. He returns today. Fred. King and George Rowo went to Iowa Falls this morning as delegates to the Christian Endeavor district convention, Miss Louie Patterson is visiting old time Algona friends. She has boon teaching In Minnesota since leaving Algona. Mrs, Fred. Dormoy started for Detroit yesterday morning. Her youngest son is attending school at Woodstock, 111. Geo. Patterson graduated in the Iowa City law school last week, and Is now a full fledged attorney. Ho passed a most creditable examination. WEDDINGS OF THE WEEK, King Hymen's Bonds Join Four Most Worthy Couples. Mrs. J. H. Warren came Wednesday from Wisconsin, where she spent the past winter. She will go to the Black Hills for a summer visit after a time. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Caulldns came over from Corwith to spend Sunday with Mrs. H. J. Hunt. They will be able to come easier when the new road is in. Miss Irma D. Clarke came from her school at Evanston yesterday. Fred, is also at home for his summer vacation, and the Clarke family is enjoying a reunion. Miss Cecil Richardson is visiting her cousin, Miss Lottie Thompson. Her father, a prominent banker and politician of Belmond, will also visit in Algona soon. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Humlong of Marshalltown attended the funeral of Mrs. S. S. Rlst. Mrs. Humlong was a sister. Irving Rlst also came from near Marshalltown. Will Kuin is home from Iowa City. He will not finish his college course but expects to take up dentistry next fall. He will study at the Iowa City dental school. P. M. Curtiss went to Nevada Monday to attend the wedding of a sister. It will soon be time for Fred to invite his relatives to Algona to attend somebody else's sister's wedding. Wm. K. Ferguson and family will spend much of the summer in New York. His father is in feeble health. Mrs. Ferguson and Arthur will go soon, but he will wait until the house he is building Is completed. Prof. F. H, Slagle just closed a very successful term of school at Strawberry Point, Iowa, with 12 graduates. He will return home tomorrow for his summer vacation, and make a canvass for the nomination for the office of county superintendent. Rev. A. C. Damon was at Evansville, Wis., last week to attend the commencement exercises at the academy from which he graduated. His brother graduated this year. Evansville is his old home. Rev. Damon has secured the services of the president of the academy for the dedication of his new church building this fall, when the improvements are completed. All Are Well Known Here—Many Guests from Abroad Witness the Interesting K vents. This morning at 8 o'clock occurred, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Lantry, the marriage of Miss Kate Lantry to C. D. Smith of Burt. Following the ceremony all adjourned to the Catholic church, where at 9 o'clock Miss Eva Lantry and Thos. Sherman of Bancroft were united, Miss Edna Lantry of Minneapolis and Ed. Sherman of Fort Dodge escorting the bride and groom. Besides the many friends from hereabouts present, Mr. and Mrs. Josh Lantry and daughter Edna were down from Minneapolis, Mrs. Hannah Hutchison is up from Nashville, Tenn., with her children, and Harry Lantry came this morning from Lincoln. The Sherman family is also here from Llv- ermore. No social event for some time has more interested the town, .for all the young people have been so well and BO popularly known that everybody rejoices in their happiness. The brides have grown up in Algona and have always been among the social leaders, while both Mr. Sherman and Mr. Smith have established themselves among the substantial young business men of this part of the state. Mr. Sherman is a son of one of the pioneers of Humboldt county, and as cashier of the Bancroft State bank has rapidly come to the front as a banker and business man, and grown in the confidence of the business public. Mr. Smith is son of the county treasurer andascash- lerof the Farmers' Savings bank at Burt has been likewise successful. Both couples go this afternoon to homes that have been especially prepared, and will postpone wedding trips till later. Mr. Sherman has bought the Jack Graham home in Bancroft, one of the handsomest of the place and has had it finely fitted up, while Mr. Smith has bought the O'Neil house in Burt, also a commodious home, and also finely fitted. As they go to these homes they take with them the best wishes of everybody for all the happiness they so richly deserve. THE UPPER DES MOINES knows them all and It congratulates them all, for both brides and grooms have chosen wisely. EDMONDS-NORTON. At 12 o'clock today Miss Nettie Edmonds and Bert. Norton were married at the Edmonds home by Rev. Lininger of West Bend. The groom is a brother of Mrs. A. L. Peterson of Algona, and is engaged in the lumber business at West Bend, where he is known as a successful youngman. The bride is one of Algona's attractiye young ladies. Those present for the wedding are Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Johnson of Armstrong, Mrs. Robinson of Dee Moines, Geo. Brown of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Norton and Coe Norton of Livermore. Bert. Edmonds came from Des Moines this morning, Mrs. L. E. Thomas is here and also Ralph Edmonds. Many good wishes for future happiness will attend the happy couple to their neftv home, in which THE UPPER DES MOINES heartily joins. NELSON-RICE. Last Thursday evening Rev. Suckow joined Forrest Rice and Miss Lena Nelson in marriage at the parsonage. After the ceremony the happy couple wont to the Rice home in town and enjoyed a family reception, and then went to the Rice farm in Plum Creek, where they are in full charge. Forrest is one of the enterprising young farmers of the county and has a splendid opening. The bride is one of Algona's pretty young ladies, well calculated to make him an excellent helpmeet. They have the best wishes of all their friends in their new start in life. "Cool Stuff" FOB Hot Weather" A TITONKA EOMANOE. AT Kraft's DENTJST. 4. L- BfST, D. D. 8. Local anaesthetic fox deadening pain la gums when extracting teeth. for UOKUB Dollars. Some parties following the horses at Bancroft had some counterfeit dollars on hand which they quietly and gradually unloaded. Several people got Crash suits, crash pants, white duck pants, white duck crush hats, linen hats, straw hats, golf hats, golf shirts, silk fronts, summer flannel shirts, blue serge coats and vests, fish net and gauze underwear, and everything else in wearing apparel that tends to alleviate the sufferings of humanity these sticky days in great abundance, all fresh and new at Kraft's. Horse covers with our advertisement on, £ price- and dray horses^ Rumor Has It That Will Salisbury and Miss Ella Graham Will Join Ilaiida an a Fortunes In About Two Weeks. When THE UPPER DES MOINES editor was chasing about Algona-to get Will Salisbury to assist Miss Ella Graham start her Titonka Topic he did not dream all that might result, Now it seems a wedding is on the tapis, to occur in about two weeks. We can heartily wish this worthy couple all good luck. Miss Graham is a talented, young woman and Will is a reliable and ambitious young man and the two will make their mark in the newspaper field of northern Iowa. Gilbert - BeuscUotar. Ni'xt Wednesday at the Episcopalian ohurrh will occur the wedding of Miss Laura Gilbert and Geo. Benaohoter. The bride is the daughter of H, J. Gil* bert.of Plum Creek and the groom is the son of Grant Beusohotor, both well known and highly esteemed E eople. A second wedding is 3r a week later. The HallooU sisters will visit at the Gilherb home, again, and one of them will (!el»b.»'tt.ta visit h.v heing married to a y.qung from Virginia, Tbi* wedding be at the church. MONEY to loan at 5 Optional payment. MONEY to loan aj< 5 pw A. D., Ck&Jii&B & Go, A WOMAN paueU "Girts. hu.8-

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