The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1899 · Page 5
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THE UPPEK DE8 MOINES: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1890, *'„ 1*2*- THE Ladies' Home Journal. T HE " ads." in this popular ladies' magazine are an interesting feature ; they are allworks of art, and it is a well-known fact that they are announcements of reliable business houses only —no others will be accepted. In looking over a recent uum- ber we were surprised gqods we have in stock to see how many of these advertised FIRST OF ALL there are the well-known Thompson Glove-fitting Corsets, of which we have a fine assortment on hand. Next the " Oneita" Elastic Ribbed Union Suits. Then the "Burlington" brand of Hosiery, the best line on the market. The 'celebrated Simmons line of Ladies' Kid Gloves, which includes a dollar glove in black and all colors, which we can warrant to our trade. The Philadelphia Cloak and Suit Company's line of Ladies' Suits. AND T.HE BEST part of it all is the fact that you can obtain all of these articles as cheap, and in some instances cheaper than you would if you bought them direct from the makers. Chrischilles & Herbst the road most of the time, but will make Algona headquarters. , The teachers institute closes this week. Examinations begin Friday. The total attendance will not be as was expected, but is good. It is a working session and lots of work is being done. C. M. Doxsee has just received a draft for $10 won for an " ad" he wrote for an ice cream freezer. G. M. is about the best "ad" writer in the country and would be a valuable man in a big city store. Prof. Fackler, a graduate of Cornell college and of the state normal school, has been secured in Prof. Meeker's place in the high school. He is a married man and comes highly recommended. The Hurt Monitor says that Supervisors Barton and Pendleton are going to resign and that the coming republican convention will have four to nominate. No one in Algona has heard of anything of the kind. N. O. Movick of GarHeld township Wetmore Truss. THIS TRUSS MURDERS Mel I WEAR TUB WtTMORE TRUSS THE LOCAL FIELD. sick, well known T A truss embodying the simplicity and durability of all other trusses, and yet unlike any of them. The most simple truss ever made. Is practically indestructible—wears forever. Made on strictly hygienic principles—no cumbersome springs to pass about the body. It gives perfect freedom of action without the slightest movement of the truss. Does not take one-half the pressure to hold the rupture that the old style takes. Hold the rupture easily, yet firmly and surely. It stays just where it is placed. It is the cheapest high-grade truss yet produced. It is absolutely guarantoed to fit and hold the hernia with comfort, or money will be refunded. Don't buy any other truss before Riving the Wetmore a trial. For sale and guaranteed by W. J. STUDLEY, Pharmacist, Boston block, ALGONA, IOWA. Sheetz Pharmacy Co. DRUGGISTS The skillful physician requires a 'skillful pharmacist, and the patient requires both. The druggist's three requisites * (Purity, Skill, and (Promptness Since we entered the drug business we have faithfully endeavored to carry out these three maxims. DIIDITV above all things. Our drugs are rUm I I absolutely pure. No adulteration Is tolerated in any form. OIMI I Every precaution is exercised in oMLLi the filling of prescriptions. The closest attention to the most minute eetails. Correctness rather than haste. nnniiDTUCOQ No delay, no tardiness, rHUIllririCuOi no procrastination in filling prescriptions, Our large and increasing patronage indi- ca'ethat Purity, Skill, and Promptness are appreciated by the public. Sheetz Pharmacy Co. DRUGGISTS. E. R. Cook is still very "Blind Boone," the pianist, is coming. Galbraiths fall stock of carpets, lin- oleums, etc., is open. The Company F dance comes at the armory tomorrow evening. The Methodist annual conference comes at Sioux City, Sept. 21. The state fair opens Friday. Next week will be a great week. Doxsee is going to give a kodak to some little girl. Read about it. Miss Gage of Hartley was secured as on of the town teachers Monday. Court opens in Algona a week from Monday, Judge Helsell on the bench. Prank Single has the foundation in for a cottage he is building on his block. The band concert that was to be given Satui-day evening will be given this evening. The Northwestern trains run just right for the state fair, without any special trains. The usual half fare rate is given. Ike Pinnel is getting' plans for the new house he will build this fall or next spring. Alex. White is building big coal sheds for the Lamb company at the lumber yard. The Free Methodist campmeeting is being well attended and is enjoying good weather. Arthur Paine is planning to build his fall on the old Paine, site west of D. T. Smith's.,.. The Iowa Central is still at the Cor- vith crossing. It ought to reach St. Benedict soon. Goeders is making a clearing sale for hat big stock of fall goods he is order- ng for the fall boom. It is suggested that G. P. Peek can ell something about the renter of Mrs. . L. Cooke's cottage. The residents of east Call street are aying a sewer from Wm. K. Ferguson's o the Northwestern. Judge Alfred Ellison entertained the leachers' institute Monday evening, ["he church was crowded. The Free Methodist church )ropriately dedicated Sunday, landsome little church now. When you take a Particular Prescription « • to a particular drug store you do so be-« • • cause you have confidence In that store. • «• You believe that the drugs are pure and < • • fresh, the methods right, tne skill the • t-Vni ' n -r.a t.h_>-nvifuMi fn.lr and reasonable. < , , - best/and the prices _?_ i • for the slok, very truly, i: Kklers & Adams, Leading Druggists, Algona. was ap- It is a M. F. Randall and family drove to Holfe last week to visit Senator Hen- lerson, who is a brother-in-law. The boys and girls will find an at- ractive offer from the Wesley News in his week's advertising columns. And now M. B. Dalton is also 'grand-pa." A bouncing big boy has ,ome to Guy Dalton's home in Titonka. Company F. is getting some good re- jpuits lately. P. M. Curtiss, G. M. Bailey and Sidney Smith have enlisted, Stone is being gotten on the ground it St. Benedict for a hotel, a bank and an elevator. St. Benedict will be a good town. Anyone who calls J. D. Shadle 'grandpa" will hit it. Dr. Peters' amily at Burt has a ten pound boy since Friday night. Jas. Williams and Paulina Bigon are icensed to wed. Also Peter O. Mortensen and Lucy Gamm; and John Moser and Chistofa Tjeld. J. H. Killmar of Des Moines was up ast week to propose a scheme for put- ling a sewer in for the south side of ,own. Nothing came of it. The poor farm got two additions last week, both sick men. One was an old man, Hart, from Swea City. The other was a young man from Bancroft. It is rumored on the streets that Geo. F. Holloway is going to stay with his diving horses in the east and will not come back to Bancroft at once. Thirteen grocery firms in this part of the state have combined to buy together. They .make big savings by getting everything in carload lots. The farmers mill has a handsome awning built out to protect grain delivers and flour getters from the weather while loading and unloading, In the end F. W. Waterhouse took the cigar factory and Jack Soh« is out of it. Fred will put in a big force of cigar makers and enlarge the business. Col. Spencer has opened an office in room 11, Boston block, where he will sell land, loan money, etc. The colonel knows this country and Is a reliable man to do business with. Mr. and Mrs, Will F- WaUw have rested the hojjse m\ Q! B. F. an,d, w,}U gp announces that he will ask for a nomination as county supervisor. Mr. Movick is a thrifty farmer on the west side and would make an excellent member of the board. Lightning hit the grain stacks on Robt. Henderson's farm in Riverdale Monday night and destroyed the crop for this year. We understand he has insurance. The storm was heavy in that part of the county. Friday the 15-year-old son of Mr. McLain of Lotts Creek died of appendicitis. The doctors operated on him, but it was too late. The funeral was held Sunday and the remains taken to Whlttemore for burial. Prof. A. J. Jones of Ocheydan and Alice Woodworth of the same place drove into Algona one day last week and got Elder Yetter to make them one. There was an air of romance attending their trip to Algona. The Western Electric telephone toll lines are now free to all between Burt, Bancroft, Wesley, Titonka, Sexton, Germania, German Valley, Elmore, Buffalo Center, Ledyard, and Algona. The free rate will be maintained a year. The senatorial convention meets again at Emmetsburg again next week Friday. It ought not to take more than three hours to make a nomination, in fact the other counties could unite on Mr. Clarke in ten minutes if they would. The big harvest picnic at Riverside park comes Friday. The band will give a concert In the afternoon and a harvest ball will fill the evening. The boats will run all day for excursion parties, and only good weather is needed for a most enjoyable time. E. G. Comstock, Col. Comstook's Milwaukee brother who has spoken in Algona, has been visiting in Fairmont, Minn. The Sentinel says: Mr. Comstock is a democrat who believes in Bryan and the Chicago platform for 1900. Attorney Mori ing was over from Emmetsburg to act with F. M. Curtiss in taking despositions in the Kopesky case. Kopesky hopes to hold his land against Russ, his title being in a little different shape than most of those Lund gave. As Joseph Laird was coming down from Lotts Creek with the mail Saturday evening he enjoyed a novel sight. The lightning hit the ground about five rods ahead of him. The ground smoked as though a great fire cracker had exploded there. H. Voorhees, father of a well known farmer of Kossuth, came to Algona last week from Sac county, got a license to marry M. E. Allen, and again enjoys connubial felicity. He is quite well along in years and his marriage was a surprise to his relatives. John H. Ward, the Wesley candidate for treasurer, was a pleasantcaller Saturday. Mr. Ward is a fine appearing man, and has been favorably known in the county for 25 years, and Wesley has never hud a county office. He is getting many assurances of support. Judge Quarton has bought four lots just opposite E. P. Keith's place, taking in a handsome oak grove. He expects to build a home one of the these days on them and have all the room he wants. It is a beautiful piece of ground, with the arched trees just in front of it. Mr. Durdall was at Kasota last week and bought $400 of stone for a sidewalk about the new hotel. The stone in front will be 12 feet long and five inches thick, cut on all sides, on the side 10 feet long. This will be the best walk in Algona and a hint to other business houses. wheat fields grain Is going to waste for want of men to care for it. The railways are taking men out free and they get $2.60 a day. We commend this evidence of high prices to .the Courier to be used the next time itgete excited on trusts. The state board of equalization has raised the assessment in Kossuth as follows: Yearling heifers, 16 per cent.: two-year-olds, 12 pet- cent.; yearling steers, 14 per cent.; two-year-olds, 8 per cent.; yearling colts 16 per cent.; two-year-olds, 25 per cent.; ntiules, 16 per cent. They reduce the value of three-year-old steers, 7 per cent. Fred Mlehe, the giant from Swea City, was down last week looking up his chances for the sheriff's nomination. Fred is big enough to arrest a a half dozen ordinary tramps and carry them off bodily. He has had experience as deputy, and would make nn obliging and attentive official. He comes from a part of the county which is entitled to consideration also. There does not seem to be much call for specifications for the big Ledyard ditch and it may be that the county will tret no bids. Help Is so scarce that no one wants so big a job at any price. Only one call has been tnnde to find out what is proposed. Now Auditor Weaver has advertised in some engineering papers In the hope of attracting contractors. " Lew" Owens of Portland enters the sheriff's race this week and although late in starting is likely to surprise his competitors. He is an old settler and the son of an old settler, a genial enterprising farmer and a good working republican. If he should be nominated the county would get a number one officer and honor a man well worthy of it. J. W. Wndsworth writes from Des Moines that the state fair will be the largest and best in years. Alex. Galbralth, Burgess & Son, M. W. Dunham's estate, Huston and others have made entries of coach and draft horses. The horse exhibits will be the best in the west. Of cattle, about 30 herds are entered and about 40 Jacks. All the races are filled and the amusements are up to date. The committee appointed to represent the citizens who contribute the bonus for the new hotel met with Mr. Durdall last week and ordered the first assessment of $1,800 which was turned over Saturday. The hotel is well on toward the roof, and the more the people see of the general plan the more they are pleased with it. Algona will have a stylish, modern hotel with all the conveniences. If you afe looking tot the place to find them is at the old reliable State street store, My stock of Groceries is complete in all limes. My line of Staple Groceries cannot be excelled. Give me a call. James Patterson. Cowles' Block, Algona. liter tin G We find that we have a few lots of Ladies,' Gentlemen's, Misses' nnd Children's Shoos left that must be closed out, and in order to move them quickly we will put a still lower price on them: 8 pairs Ladies' Vim Vici Button, $3.50 and $4 grades, only $1.25 4 pairs Men's best French Calf, razor toe, worth $5, only 1.25 24 pairs Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Shoes, worth $1.25 to $1.50, to close at only '5 And many other bargains we will be glad to show you. Brownell & Allred, Next Wednesday will occur the marriage of Harrle N. Moore and Miss Maggie Haggard, two of the best known und most popular of Algona's young people. They will live .in Mrs. Dr. Sheets' house until their now cottage on the adjoining corner is completed, when they will move into a home of their own. Everybody will congratulate them and wish them all manner of happinetB Tho Lamb lumber company is having a peculiar experience at Des Moines. Its articles of incorporation have run out and it asks for a reincorporation by paying the 50 cent fee for making out the papers. State Auditor Dobson holds that in effect this is a new incorporation and that as they put their capital at $700.000 a stamp fee of $700 must be paid. The company refuses to pay and has filed suit in court for an order to the auditor to compel him -to act. Miss Ethel O. Perchia of Clinton had L. G. Wolcott, a Germania grain buyer, before 'Squire Raymond last week charged with seduction. County attorney Cohenour wns to prosecute and S. E. McMahon defend, when the defendant's better nature got uppermost and he manfully met the situation. 'Squire Raymond tied the knot with the attorneys for witnesses. The bride was a lady of refinement and the groom is said to'be a successful young business man. Touchers, Notice. Rulers for district schools free to teachers. KRAFT CLOTHING Co. Pine repairing and custom work.- Exclusively Boot and Shoe Store, Boston block, ALGONA, IA. B. W. Haggard is back from Montana and reports that in the South Dakota OUR shirt waists must all go next week, if prices will make them go. G. L. GALBRAITH. Time to shed that old hat of yours. The question arises : Where shall I buy a new one ? At our store you are sure of being economically and becomingly hatted, with a chance to select from the largest new stock of hats in northern Iowa. Buying as we do (or eight stocks we are entitled to and get jobbers' prices, thus saving the 25 per cent, tire jobber gets, and enabling us to give our customers a better hat for the same money than any store not so situated, Anybody can see the philosophy iff it. FOR SALE: A good restaurant and boarding house business in Algona. Inquire of B. E. Lorenz. 14tO " WHAT'S the matter, old manV Been losing on wheat?" " No, not that; forgot to take Rocky Mountain Tea last night; wife said I'd be sick today. Sold by R. H. Miller. JENNIE—No man can love a girl with a white face and red nose. Rocky Mountain Tea-will make them change places—then you're all right. Sold by R. H, Mil leiN 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. The Hardware Man, Is going to give away A $5.00 KODAK to the girl under 1 6 years of age who collects the largest number of his advertisements as they appear in the papers from week to week before the first day of next January. Advertisements that have appeared, at any time in any county paper during the year 1899 will count. Kodak and complete developing outfit may be seen at his store, where fuller particulars can be had. THE Mason City Brick and Tile Co. makes the best drain tile and hollow building tile in the world and lowest prices. F. O. B. any station. THE happiest couple in the world should be a deaf husband and a blind wife, both talcing Rocky Mountain Tea —85c. Sold by R. H.-Miller. Ladies' Fine Shoes. You can find, all the latest novelties in Footwear at The Other Shoe Store. Ask for the Marzluff Shoe ; we have them in mannish, turn and welt soles. They are up to date. Fall stock arriving every day. our windows for correct styles. Watch The Other Shoe Store. c. o. sx:_v_:_= > so:tT- , I M. V. HAGGARD. G. F, PflKK ia GOWI.JSS BL.QCK, ALG.QNA, IQWA. RAILWAY TIME CARDS. _^ srf - KX ^^-N^^X->-^w^vv^»^«-w^^~ ~*^~^**-*^~*s-^f-*s-*s~*j~^r CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. 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