The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1899 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 6, 1899
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THE UPPER DES MOIKES: ALGONA. IOWA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1899. i - *^—„—^.....,- , ..,. .„., __ _. . ' . . ' •$;M - ril THE Gf\l3E> Triumph Sulky Plow, XDieuft. IFerfect A perfect Sulky Plow. Your neighbor has one—ask him how he likes it. More of them sold than any other. WILFRID P. JONES. The Wigwam—Algona, Burt and Fenton. • THE NEWS OF THE COUNTY Gel-mania is to huve u race track. Don Paine is adding to his house in Burt. Mrs. W. A. Clilpomri is quite siclc nl Burt. Bancroft paid 65 cents for milk dm ing July. Typhoid fever is petting prevalent about Whitteinore. A. H. Stock has bought the Whilto- more meat market. Dr. J. A Mutcnler of Troy Mills has located at Swea City. B. F. Smith gels 20 bushels of wheat to the acre at Germanin. Tommy Brennen ran a pitch fork tine into his hand at Swea Cilv. El more is to have a new newspaper. Its " Eye" is not all-seeing enough. Ed. Chrischilles hns completed anew barn, 40x48 feet near Whittemore. A. R. Specht hns put some band- some gold fish in his store at Titonka. E. H. Stephens has put up 2,000 tons of hay at Ledyard, and is now pressing it. Sexton had a dance with only throe boys to 15 girls. What a snap for the boys. E. F. Quick of Lu Verne has gone to Mason City to be doctored for rheumatism. Chas. Shaefl'er has gone fi-om Burt to Sioux City. Ho has a job in the stock yards. Titonka hnd a public meeting Friday to arrange for a system of water works. Mrs. Alois Meyer has a broken shoulder blade at Titonka. She was in a runaway. Mrs. A. L. Moree.of Burt has been at Davenport to be, treated for a number of ailments. The Catholics had a picnic at St. . Benedict Sunday. The St. Joe band • . furnished music. ; Jos. Elvidge of Burt is to run the. elevator at Lone Rock. He is a good •man for the place. ' The Fenton depot will be located ,on the east side of Main street and south of the railroad track,. An Armstrong blacksmith had his arm broken by the kick of a horse he was shoeing last week. John Hagstrom was thrown from a horse be ivas riding at Swea City and got a broken shoulder. Misses Edith Bowyer of Algona and Mamie McCutobin of Wesley are the music teachers at Sexton. , Swea City will send two or three to the east on account of the cheap rates to Philadelphia this week, Mrs, Geo. F. Holloway has gone to Coney Island, N, Y,, to stay with her husband and see the diving horses. Frank Barton of LuVerne is home from' Ames with a, broken shoulder. , He took a header from his bicycle onja steep hill. Swea City paid 16 cents for July butter. Harry Larson got $56 for the month, C, A. Molinder and C. Isaacson $40 each. Ed. Beardsley and family of Lu- Verne have gone to Minneapolis to visit bis father, a well-remembered former settler near Algona, At Wesley last week N. Hoffer sold 97i acres for $4,000, the Presnell 90 acres went at $4,50 and the Jensen Oyerdau 160 acres brought $35 an acre. Mrs. Mullen on Poverty flat, who broke a needle in her finger two weeks ago, is having a serious tjme of it. The doctor has been obliged to scrape the bone, Mike Weisbrod's son, Atoel, was operated on a week ago for appendicitis. Pr- Peters was assisted by others and the boy, who is IT years old, is doing well, Whittemore I B refunding $3,800 of school Indebtedness and, gets 4J per .pent, in place of 6. The Courier ougb-tto u^e that to illustrate how trusts ruin tkpeaUBtry, Germania Ropord; Or, Wang drove to Ledyftrd Monday, where be »et 6eo, (?. jCftU and drove to Corwjtb ftod St.-lPeoedjict on telephone business, They aj-e pphtpg the new Une. Tb§ Algq»a 4JBtj?lot Sweateb, Luther- Fort Dodge, Rood of Spencer, Alm- grun of Swea City, Bergendoff from Nebraska, and Rev. Erstengren whoso home the Register did not learn. There was a lire in the railroad camp, south of Wm. Pettit's in Fenton one day last week that burned up n wagon, rack and a load of hay. The wugoti and rack belonged to C. Rahn. t S. H. Getchell is the new landlord at ™0 -Burt hotel. He has been in charge of the Wavorly at Emmetsburg. He will call the "Burt house the "Exchange." That sounds sort of Emmetsburg like. John O'Niel was wrestling and fell in such a. way as to cut his back He got an idea that he had been stabbed und was hen rd by Justice Bnrge at Bancroft. The Register says no proof was add need. the one from Wesley w»s n crowd of 28. Everything is quiet and orderly on the grounds. Geo. A. Hanna of LuVerne has secured a place as Methodist preacher In Nebraska under Rev. Eighmy, who is now presiding elder of the Long Pine district. The News says: Conference sets at Venture on Sept. 6. George expects to start for there Sept. 3, stopping off at Omulm and Glenwood on his way. George's many friends will wish him n.ll kinds of success in his new field. Lone Hock Items. H. C. Lindsay had considerable flesh ,orn from his hand at Milt Moore's last Friday. He was coupling the separator to the engine preparatory to mov- ng to another job. A green hand run ning the engine bucked up with a jerk, catching his hand in suoh a manner as to tenr the flesh from the bones. No bones were broken. C. Fischer is attending the state fair. B. I. Frishie of Eiigle Grove has bought a lot and will open a blacksmith shop soon. Carl Brown, the right-of-vvuy man who spent the early spring with us, was a welcome culler Thursday. We expect the construction train to get into town before the week is out. The railroad and telephone lines are not going to run around this town, the Burt Monitor to the contrary notwithstanding. Lumberman Probc.t met Queul'g traveling agent in Burl Friday and adopted plans for a largo lumber shod, which, with coal shuda, will be erected iit once. Lumber is on the ground for Jos. Elvidge's new house. J. T. Chrischtlles, 0. C. Hudson, T. tt. Lantry, .Tames Patterson, rrexWent. Vice Prexitient, Treasurer. Secretary ALGONA MILLING COMPANY. — — [INCORPORATED. ] - HIGHEST PRICES PAID for all kinds of Grain and Seeds. Dealers in Hard and boft Coal. Manufacturers of Strictly High-gi ade Flour. Special attention puld to the Owing to the larpfe and constantly increasing demand for our superior grade of flour we arc enabled to offer from 5 to 10 cents per bushel above the market price for pood wheat. F. W. DING LEY, Manager. 0-S-T-E-O-P-A-T-H-Y Ninety per cent, greatly beuefitted and 50 per cent, cured Is Osteopathy's record In chronic, cases, and .three-fourths of the cases treated Osteopathlcally have tried other systems of treat' :*eut and failed to K et relief. If you are afllicted, and have been unable to regain your health I would be gliid to have yon call and consult me in regard to yonr ease. Bend for a copy of the Osteopathic Magazine, free. References from all over the state. CHEAP RAILWAY BATES. Excursion tickets to the Greater American Exposition, to bo held at Omaha, Neb., untilOct. 81, 181)9, via the Northwestern line, will be sold at reduced rates, from certain stations on specified dates. For rates, dates of sale, and limits of tickets apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.—1817 NATIONAL HNCAMl'MIJXT. Very low rates to National Encampment £n A - ?•' Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 4 to 9 1809, via the Northwestern line, from all stations, excursion tickets to bo sold to Philadelphia, Pa. v Sept. 1, 3, anil 3, only lor trains arriving at Chicago Sept. 1 to 4 inclusive. ( Apply to agents for full partic U1 Ul'S • — Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.. Office over Algona Stato Dank. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids Phoenix of Hartford. Hanover of New Yorit, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Rock ford of Hooltford. Lloyd's Plato Glass of New York, United States Life of New York GEO. M. BAILEY. FINANCIAL. W. H. Reed (Successor to John Cronln) handle* the best to be hnd in the way of „«• to-clwte, fine M FURNITURE » "*"* •-————'- .- n l|MMB|||| • HiiiMMIIIIIUIU. besides everything: that can be desired in plain and oriinmental Picture Frames, Mouldings ind foods thjit tiro required for beautifying and ornamenting the home. A specially made of vilh prices, til ways at the y;Uisfactorv 101 nt. •* W. H. REED. Kossuth County State Bank, , ££SO,OOO. from the old countries wold a , WJI. H . 1NBIIAJI, Prcsldont; T. (JirBISCiriMiKS, Vice I'm,; J ' "••"»«'"• T.a' . -t l. Passage tickets to or Swea City Herald: Miss Sophia Anderson wont to Algona last week to take care up Judge Quarton's children while the Judge and wife were east, She has brought the children up toher father's place. C. C. Thompson is coming back to Bancroft to locate in the law. He has been away to his old home and has braced up. Thompson is too good material to be wasted as he has been for a few years past. There will be a grand opening of Hand's Park at north end of Silver lake on Sunday Sept. 3. Many attractions such as boating, tobog-aning bathing, etc. Music will be furnished by the Fairmont band the entire day. At the auction of railroad horses and mules, held at the Fenton creamery, the bidding was not very animated and exciting. In fact, prices ruled so low tmil only a few teams were sold One team sold for as low as $5, and another span brought $17. Ella Graham Salisbury has been over to the park and tells about it in the Titonka Topic: Riverside Park is the name the Algona people have christened their delightful summer resort. We enjoyed a trip on the steamer Lady Norwood, Sunday, from Algona to the park. The 52nd Iowa Kegimental band furnishes delightful music during the afternoon and evening. We noticed several jolly-looking picnic parties from adjoining towns; VJ5HV LOW HATUH TO N'KW YOHK CITY via the Northwestern line, from all sta lions. Excursion tickets to bo sold Sept 1 3, and 3, and only for trains arriving at Chicago Sept. 1 to 4 inclusive. Apply to agents for particulurs.—it ISXCEI'TIOXAU.y ],OW HATES TO JJEXVEK, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo, via the Northwestern line. Excursion tickets will be sold at greatly reduced rates from all an at io°r!!, s ! S ? pt : 5 ' °' mld r > limited to Sept. 30, 1899 inclusive, account of annual meet- in?- of Order of Hoo Hoo. Variable routes, delightful sconory. Excursion tickets at favorable rates will be sold from these Colorado points to Ogdcn and Salt Lake City Utah. Apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.—It G. A. H. at Philadelphia. Arrangements have been made to run a special train of sleepingcars, starting from various points in Iowa, through to Philadelphia, via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and Pennsylvania railways, and visiting the battlefield of Gettysburg en route, where ample time will be given for sight seeing, ihe railways have made a very low rate for this reu/rion, and those projecting a trip east should take advantage of it. Through sleeping cars will be started from West Union, Mason City, Deoonih, Faribault, Austin, Dubuque arid Perry. Details as to berth reservations, rules and routes can be had on application to the ticket agent of the. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway at any of those places, or by addressing John Cook, Manager of Excursion, West Union, Iowa.—28t,2 r First National Bank of Algona. AMHKOtifl A. UA.LL D. n. nvramxs CAPITAL 850,001' WM. li. FKIWVNOX.. CHAN. A. PALM Hit.... toB to rose A. Unit-class socuvlty. Officers mill fiinctorx— A. D. Clarke, President. C. C. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier Geo. L. Galbraith. Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. P. Cooke. CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. General Banking. PRIVATE SSAFKTl' DEPOSIT VAULTS lEiriuterest patd on time deposits. To be Given Away, Free. T ?, t !' u J lnrs °n t'(-'inK able to make tlio CTPat- T rr ;? R }VL rc i 8 1^ \ }u ' lolu ' rrt """tainbcl n r-H-h W-K-S-IJ-K-Y N-K-W-S-- Webster's air' ownn - iBi-Kmu- cjclo will be given away five of t -harir<> The opens Aug. M and closes Nov. l". Vour list oaii reach us any day beiu-eim t.iiose in flV'! 1 ,'^' ", n ''' t ' I , V ' 1 »'" «- w '"'«l to which it Si'? H "W 11 '' 101 '-. iuul your name will be print r , ," ol owi), K issue or the Weslev News. Only one list can be entered by one 'person Four 1-cont stamps must be eiicloKc,] tor fiili ?on .°st T«, B T hli ? k H 1 tK ' ThlH ^«erS,ma cimteht Is given to introduce the News into new homes. Address,. by mail only, C. H. PIOTKHSON, Wesley, Iowa, ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. Notice IB hereby given that the midersienert has been appointed and has rmalin"d as; •d n, mstratrfx of the estate of L rn B. Ma late oi Kossuth county, Iowa, deceased A11 I persons in any manner Indebted to said estate ' £",, I, ." imi)le(11 <T* payment to the under, '"""lii.'t'I I V 1OSU having claims against the vidclnn™]'!^' 1 ^ 0 "^ 1 ^ ance y autlu:Iltl < !!lte 'l. for allow- Dated this '?:id day or August, A. I). 1800 LA MANN', Administratrix. •:-:^':^^'^»A^m,^lSs. lliilll ™,, he new goods at the Matson & McCall millinery. They have the latest novelties. Monitor Wind Mills. IT'S HIGH TIME TO DO REPAIRING! Our yard fur^ nishes superior lumber at lowest market prices. Quick, Reliable Service. Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Cement, Stucco and Lime a Specialty. PROFESSION A L. CLARKE & COHENOUR, A T T O R JV EYS A T L A W. Omce over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent, JJosron block. M. P. HAGGARD. G. V. PEEK Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Smith.] Abstracts, Real Estate,. Collections, ALGONA, IOWA. AND Truss. DAMSON & BUTLER, LA W. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbraith's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxte-IPercuson bl jok. E. V. SWETTING, ATT ON BY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. Telephone No. 29. Sutt's Sure Remedy for Hog Cholera. READ THIS TESTIMONIAL .^SSSsJES^^HS: » B - A«W.-^to whom 1 • is having a great wind mill Wilfrid R Jones, The Wigwam— AJgoaa, Bmt and surea It win fully an the elalmTmade ror it? 1 (Signed) u t mop. I and guaranteed by ALQONA, JOWA. . Tms TRUSS UuRDBxa Mel Illii. I WBARTHB WBIMOKB TKUS J. C. RAYMOND. M . 0 . ,, AYMONI> Raymond & Raymond., ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office oyei- Durdall's store, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kossuth County State < ' Bank, Algona, Iowa. • ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office: South rooms over Durdall's stpre,"| Algona, Iowa. A truss embodying the simplicity and durability of all other trusses, and yet unlike any pf them. The most simple truss ever made. Is practically indestructible-wears forever. on strictly hygienic principles—n 9 cumbersome springs to pass about the body. It gives perfect freedom of action with, out the slightest movement of the "truss. Poes cot take one-half the pressure to bold the rupture that th,e old style takes. H<?ld toe rupture easily, 'yet firmly and ureiy,,, It stays just wtyere It Is, pjaoed., It is the cheapest Wgb-grade trw yet T. P. Harrington. HARRINGTON & ATTORNEYS AT, Office over Geo p. can's, F, L. , Homeopathic// tf$ PHYSICIAN Office In the Bos

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