The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1899 · Page 8
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THE tiPFBB BES MOINBB: ALGONA, IOWA, SOME COUNTY NEWS. O. S. Smith #111 build a hotel at. Fodton. The Burt creamery id down over 260 feet for a ftew well. The Tiionka creamery gets 8,000 pounds o! mlik a day. Kernan of Wesley is off to Kansas City on a visit, Blossom &Dau ship a car load of poultry from Burt today. The Hunting elevator at Wesley IB shelling 3,500 bushels of corn. J. Ft. Blossom takes the house at Burt that Clck Slade moves out of. Fenton is putting 1 down a town well. S. N. Harris started the subscription with $10. Mrs. Dexter Jones of Irvington is on- joying a visit from her sister from Minneapolis. Chas. Murtagh, a younger brother of E. J., will be book keeper in the Fenton bank. A woman of unsavory occupation WHS fined S2 at Ledyard last week, and loft town in disgust. ,Tos. Cosgrove of Wesley is nt Des Moines taking a teacher's summer school course. Thos. Hanna has moved into his new $2,000 home in Burt. It has all the modern conveniences. Morris Rellly of Bancroft will take n lot of chicken dogs to South Dakota to train. Ho goes soon. Miss Lou Paine of Algona is getting up a muBfecIass in Germanin. Sho is an accomplished musician. Olc Johnson in Plum Creek holds the haying record this season. He has put up 300 tons of tame hay, and is all done. Mrs. Tesmer has sold her goods at auction at Lu Verne and moved to Algona to live with her daughter, Mrs. Jay McCall. Rufus Turner, the engineer who iato run the engine for the Wesley milling 1 company, is putting up the machinery. He comes from Spencer. Mrs. Jacob Lickteig disposed of her farm near St. Benedict the flrst of the \veelc to a gentleman from Dubuque county, consideration $7,500. A. F. Bellman, who was manager for a number of years of the Whittemore Farmers' Exchange, has gone to Story City to manage a lumber yard. D. D. Calkins of Swea City has bought a house in Algona. The Herald says this means that the county seat is going to gain a good family. Mrs. Gaffney of Irvington has started for California. She will visit at Pomona, Los Angeles and Long Boach, and will be gone about two months. David Miller of Cresco has been up to the scene of the cyclone in New Richmond, Wis. He reports that the damage has not been exaggerated. Hans Christensen is taking up a subscription in Wesley to aid some strikers in Denmark. The laborers are in straightened circumstances in the old country. Jake Goeddetz of Sexton is on the road until fall selling his patent, medicines, Jake ran against the license law here in Kossuth, but nothing came of his arrest. Rev. Sherman Lumbar is out from Moorestown, N. J., visiting his parents at Burt. He bus often preached in Algona, and has many old-time acquaintances hereabouts. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Keith and Mr. and Mrs. M. B.- Dal ton of Algona drove to Titonka one day last week and visited at Guy Dalton's. Guy now occupies one of the neatest homes in the new town. A party of young ladies from Lu- Verne consisting of Effie Godfrey, Genie Hanna, Nella Niver, Lura Hanna, Bertha Hanna and Clara Roctor were at Irving-ton a week ago for a day's outing. Jay Randall writes an interesting letter about his trip to Portland, Or., for the Whittemore Champion. Ho has been attending the national editorial meeting. We note that Matt Parrott was chosen flrst vice president of the association. E. C. Anderson, Dr. Morse's brother- in-law, has gone to Colorado Springs with a view of leaving Bancroft. His little boy, Morse, is troubled with asthma and the change will be made on his account. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson have many friends in Algona.. Herman Hintz near Lu Verne had six head of cattle killed last week by eating paris green. A neighbor had been using 1 the stuff and carelessly left a part of a package near the fence and the cattle licked it up. Dr. Sayers went down to see them, but they were all dead. Word has been received from Dr. Hill of the Independence insane hospital that Geo. A. Gardner of Bancroft died. there on Tuesday and was buried the following day in the asylum cemetery. The Register says: Mr. Gardner, " Dell," as be was familiarly called by his.friends, had been au inmate of the institution altogether about seven years. , Some four years ago he was back 'here but returned after a visit of about a month with his brothers and aged mother. He v/a,a in his 41st year. Pipe Organ Itccllal. Owing to the absence of Prof. Smith from the city the last entertainment of the Epworth League pipe organ course will be given next week and the recital which was to have been the fourth DjMfliber will thus be given fifth. The -entertainment next week will be Prof. Gould's famous monologue, ''The Old Piftno," The following press notices indicate what may be expected: The Ida Grove Pioneer says: " Last Friday evening our citizens were given a chance to hear Phil. W. Gould in hie monologue, "The Old Piano," and it came to then all as a great surprise, as it was far beyond what bis most intimate friends Ji»<} expected. The poem Is cleverly constructed, while songs are all carefully chosen and well rendered. of fbew are hie own composi- show much merit ft»d that he fine talent as 9 gong writer. The " Song of the Vagabond," in the opening, and " Who'll Save the Left. "at the close were simply superb. The Le- Mars Sentinel, in its comment on the program of the Corn Belt editorial convention, Says: Prof. Gould was introduced and gave his celebrated monologue, "The Old Piano." This was the most, interesting feature of the convention. The professor is an artist in his profession. He sang the songs of youth and age, of peace and war, to his own accompaniment on piano, organ, guitar and banjorine." The date set for the entertainment at the Methodistchurch is Monday evening, July 24. It will be worth hearing. STOLE A SPOTTED PONY. A 10-T«'nt-Oid Ho^ Citught In nafvlttin Stolen Horse— Tnlcctt to FiUrmant, Minn; Sheriff Christensen gnthered in Geo. Werner last Thursday, and Sheriff Ward of Fairmont, Minn., came and took him homo. Werner is a German boy, about 16 years old, and was working for Joe Zanke. He had brought a spotted pony with him, which he had sold to young Everett, and which was the cause of his undoing. A postal card describing- the pony put our officials on the lookout, and they soon spied the odd looking animal. Werner had gotlon $15 jind a bicycle for Ihe pony, but all the money was paid back but about §2. GOT THE WRONG GRIP. A Blue Earth Traveling: Mnn Carries OJTn Wedding Troii.Htsenii, Agent Wherry and bride of Swea City were in Algona on their way home from a honey moon trip, and had their wedding outfit in a telescope that looked exactly like another telescope that belonged to Ed Sullivan of Blue Earth City. In some way the two tele- scopus got mixed und when Mr. and Mrs. Wherry opened theirs nt home they foil n (I a typical traveling man's outfit. What Mr. Sullivan found or said when ho found it is not of record, as he has not yet returned the outfit. BLOW OUT AT KANAWHA. Geo. C. Call's Town Will Celebrate the Arrival of the C'nrs. Saturday Kanawha will celebrate. There will bo throe brass bands, a ball game, sports galore, and speeches by orators of renown. It will be a great day in Amsterdam township. BAND GONOEKT TONIGHT. The 53ud Regiment Band Will be Homo ami Entertain the People. The 52nd regiment band will be home today and will give a concert this evening on the court house lawn at 8 o'clock. CHAPLAIN OOLE AT LU VERNE. J..H Verne to Have a Good Lecture Friday Evening. Chaplain Jessie Cole, a speaker of considerable renown, is to lecture nt Lu Verne Fridoy evening of this week. MEETINGS, W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. E. Hudson tomorrow. The Degree of Honor meets tonight for installation of officers. Regular mooting of Brotherhood of American Yeomen Monday evening, July 2-1. At the Congregational church: Service at 11 a. m. Theme of sermon: " Man's Place in Nature." The Baptist ladies will serve dinner and supper in the armory on Saturday of this week. Come and got a good meal. You should attend the Epworth league lawn social at the home of J. B. Carr on Thursday evening, July 20. A good time for all. The first of the series of union services arranged for by the ministers' association will be held next Sunday evening at the Presbyterian church, commencing at 8 o'clock,, Rev. Dr. Day will preach the sermon. Morning services at the usual hour. All welcome, Sermon theme at the Baptist church next Sunday morning, " Walking in the Light." Union service at the Presbyterian church in the evening. The Baptist women's mission circle meets Friday 3 p. m., at the church. Miss Morford will lead. Everybody invited. Dr. Day's theme for discourse next Sunday morning at the Methodist church will be, "The Comforts of a Rational Faith." There will be no eveningr service, the congregation uniting in the union service at the Presbyterian church, where the Methodist pastor will preach the sermon. Theme: "The Sisterhood of Churches." OHEAP RAILWAY RATES. Excursion tickets to the Greater American Exposition, to be held at Omaha, Neb., until Oct. 81, 1899, via the Northwestern line, will be sold at reduced rates, from certain stations on specified dates. For rates, dates of sa}e, and limits of tickets apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.—18t7 HALF KATE TO 1>J5S MO1SES, Iowa, via the Northwestern line. Excur eion tickets will be sold from stations in Iowa at one fare for the round trip. July 81 and Aug. 1, and for trains arriving Des Moines before noon of Aug. 2, limited to Aug. 8 inclusive, account of republican state convention. Apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.— 18t2 EXCUHS1ON TICKETS TO OTTUMWA, Iowa, via the Northwestern line, will be sold at reduced rates, from stations in Iowa, July 25, 26, and 27, limited to July 28, inclusive, on account of Annual Meet t. A, W. Apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.—It Notice to th& Public, Having disposed of our entire line of retail lumber yards to the L. Lamb Lumber company of Minneapolis, Min nesota, we wish to thank our patrons and the public for the liberal patronage extended to us during (he many years we have been in business. Trusting you will continue trading at the ola At Grove & Son's there are still to be Iwd some splendid bargains in their losing out sale. FOR SALE: A good restaurant and boarding house business in Algona. [nquire of B. E. Lorenz. 1410 stand, and wishing you health and happiness, we remain Very truly yours, JOHN PAUL LUMBER COMPANY. We have purchased the John Paul Lumber company's line of lumber and coal sheds. While a new concern to the territory covered by these yards, yet the personality of the management will remain about the fame, and it will be our aim to please our trade at all times. Trusting you will give us the same consideration in the future that you have the John Paul Lumber company in the past, wo invite your good will and patronage, promising you the best of goods, fair prices and courteous treatment. We are, .very truly yours, L. LAMB LUMBER CONPANY. helps the team. Saves wear and expense. Sold everywhere, MADE BY STANDARD OIL CO. SAMSON & PAINE, DEALERS IN Grain, Feed 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. Sf Leave orders at Samson's abstract office in Opera House block. The Red Elevator, C. & N. W. depot, Phone 11. ALGONA. To Fight Disease successfully during the changeable spring and hot summer months, the systum should receive a toning up now, For this put-pose French's Sarsaparilla has no superior. It is the most efficacious spring medicine. Removes all impurities from the system and 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 prices. For sale only by W. J. STUDLEY, Boston Block, _, Algona, Iowa. Pharmacist. WATEX OR NO PAT. Artesian wen contractor. I have the only cable steam drilling machine owneu in the county; sink wells for water supply for towns, cities, and railroads. Special attention to farm well work. Estimates made. I employ only expert drillers. Address A. F. bailey, Algona, Iowa. IFWVLOVEYOUK SMOKE ONLY FRAGRANT 10* CIGAR 10* A.PAVIS'SONS a CO.MAH|R5 ED LIVINGSTON & SOLE AGENTS PEJMOINEi, IQWA. W. H. Reed (Successor to John Cronln) handles the best to be had in the way of up- to-date, fine FURNITURE resides everything that can be desired n plain and ornamental Picture Frames, Mouldings and goods that are required for beiuUi- ying and ornamenting the home. A specialty made of BUYS A STOVE Pretty good one, too—large lire pot, me heating surface— Just the thing for a carpenter shop. Call at U. D. U. office BLANKS— *"* THE STANDARD FORMS TOWNSHIP PLATS SIX INCHES SQUARE You and Miese at Ttu> Upper De« -~ office. Prices are right. with prices always at the satisfactory point. W. H. REED. Wood anti Ice. I am prepared to furnish Green or Dry BODY WO either 4-foot or stove length, hard or soft, iu any quantity desired. iSiiirSee me before ordering. I am not in company with anybody in the wood business. The Ice season is at hand. Leave orders at Frank Winkel's or at Laclen- dorff's restaurant. PETER WINKEL. We still have several genuine " snaps" in staple and fancy groceries, which you can have the benefit of f you come at once. We are sure we still lave, in many lines, just what you want and you can save some money on your grocery bill by calling before the best are gone. This opportunity will not last forever; why not" make hay while the sun shines ?" M. Z. Grove & Son. Sutt's Sure Remedy for Hog Cholera. Well, I have been around in different localities where Sutt's Hog Cholera Prevent- er has been most, extensively used, and ii is no longer an experiment; it has proved itself a positive preventer where it has been used according to directions, and I will guarantee it in every case. " No pre vent no pay" if fed ns it ought to be. 138( doses for SI. 25. The cheapest remedy in the world, and the best worm killer. For sale at my home in Algona, Iowa. Manufactured and guaranteed by ALGONA, IOWA. Just one word: Don't wait until youi hogs get sick and begin to die, for it wil increase the growth of pigs on same feed three times its cost. Take ccu'e s/your ~ 71, , A perfect product of v>odern machinery, ~ ' ' ts. ship. See. thai* our name fs on, the So/e. (jg ffORTH < sr/w SftOE CO Minne&potia. Vnn. LS&AL NOTICES. ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT 0V KOSSOTH County, Iowa.—Hartwell L. Baldwin, plaintiff va. the unknown heirs of Robt. V. McIIheney and the unknown creditor* and claimants agalns the estate of T. Judsoti Hale, deceased, defend nuts. To said defendants: You und each of you are hereby notined that the petition of the pluliUlli it the above entitled cause Is now on tile In the offict of the clerk of the district court of Kossuth couu ty, Iowa, claiming of you that plaintiff Is the pur chaser under nla contract of purchase, the owner of the southwest quarter of section twenty eight (28), township No. one hundred (100), nortl arrange No. twenty-seven (27). west of the 6th P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa, by written contrae with T. Judsoii Hale, dated Jan. 1,1800, and re corded Jan. 14,1800, in Book " Y," at page 402 and asking that his title thereto be quieted ngulas any rights or claims of the defendants or either o them In and to said real property and unless you ap pear thereto and defend before noon of the secoa day of the next term of court, being the Septembe term, which will commence nt Algoaa on the 4t' day of September, 1809. default will be renders against you and judgment and decree renders thereon aa provided by law and prayed la sal petition. Dated this 9Ui day of June, A. D., 1800. CLARKE 4 C6HENOUR, Plaintiff's Attorneys. Upon reudlug the foregoing notice and examln log the petition which la died la said cause, th foregoing notice Is approved, and It Is ordere that the same be published Cor six weeks in THE Urmt DKS KOINES, a weekly newspaper of geaer al circulation, published at'Algouu, Iowa, for si weeks us provided by law. 9to day of Juue. A. D. O-S-T-E-O-P-A-T-H-Y Ninety per cent, greatly benefltted and CO per cent, cured Is Osteopathy's record Jn chronic cases, and three-fourths of the cases treated Osteopathlcally have tried other systems of treatment and failed to get relief. If you are afflicted, and have been unable to regain your health, I would be glad to have you call and consult me In regard to your case. Send for a copy of ihe Osteopathlc Magazine, free. References from all over the state. EOS. T- T /, T. Clirischilles, President. ff. C. Hudson, Vice President. T. H. Lantry, James Patterson, Treasurer. Secretary. 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.- Office 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. GEO. M. BAILEY. FINANCIAL. Kossuth County State Bank, $50,000. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. ' Gollec tions made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. \VM. H. INGHAM, President; T. OMBISCHILLES, Vice Pl-es; LEWIS H. S^ITH. Cashier Directors— Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrischilles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. First National Bank of Algona. CAPITAL 850,000 AMBROSE A. GALL President \ WM. K. FEBOU80N..... D. S. HUTOHINS Vice President \ OHAS. A. PALMER..... Cashier Assistant Cashier Directors—D. H. Hutohins, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweiler, F. H. Vesper, Ambrose A. Gall, R. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. Special attention given to collections. Officers and Directors— A. D, Clarke, President. 0. 0. Chubb, Vice Prest!, Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbraith, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Cooke. CASH CAPITAL, «50,000. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS ^"Interest paid on time deposits. Lumber hingles a specialty. The moral of this picture lies in the application. Shingles of our Brand, whether Spanked on the Roof, or—elsewhere— always give Perfect Satisfaction and I Good Measure. In' fact they do good wherever applied, Bicycles Repaired, Bicycles for Sale, Saws filed. Also agent for the Eldredge, Victor, and Wheels, . J. k. IDMQNPS, ALGONA, IOWA. Removed— now next door to Frank Winkel's meat market, State street, W. H. LAOY can furnish you low prices on also all kinds of mill stutt, Wood and Coal 'o your weighiny on our city soalea Oppoelt? Hotel Termant,

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