The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1899 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 6, 1899
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Pj3jg MOIKES; ALGQNA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 6, 1899, m?*. i i p». I M^ftM Kj|^ lit mm* - • Triumph Sulky Plow, JDrsuft. Perfect ^Perfect • 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. f\LOONf\ ONr<I)A¥ONLY THUKSDAY, SEPT. 21 Not a Tiling of Fiction, but a School of Facts And Congress of Rough Riders of the World ! The Greatest of Exhibitions. Nothing Else Like It. Bigger and Better Than Ever. Twelve Hundred Men and Horses Many New Features Added. An Institution of Heroes. Native Riders of Every Clime und Country. Roosevelt's Rough Riders in Military Array! Real Cuban Heroes in Warlike Action! SEE Tl^e THE The Battle of San Juan Hill ! A most realistic reproduction of this fatuous battle, in which ROOSEVELT'S ROUGH RIDERS, including McGinty and Isable actually participate and help to make the picture as near real as limited s l mce ttnd time will allow. Pronounced by press and public to be the most elaborate outdoor spectacle ever seen FIRST a. A.I.VKJ j. mm-1 P'YiU-^yffl iXiW.iC&'C&jwl. •*&jft*i& .< • ^."LViVi'iYLA.U-Aw 1 * :'jffifi«4~stw KJwSAt 100 Indian Warriors; Queen's Own Lancers; Arabian Athletes; S. A. Gaucho's 2^ ?T UO O I 2, g Bl ' onchos ! Mexican Reserve Vaqueros; Fifth U. S. Artillary Sixth U. S. Cavalry; 50 American Cowboys; German Cuirassiers; Semi-savage Cossacks; Attack on Stage Coach. °"v» S t Representatives from Hawaii and the Philipino Islands! GRAND STREET CAVALCADE! Every morning at 10 o'clock, the entire outfit taking part in this imm-esslve march of representatives from all nations, headed by the word-renowned Cowboy rSand. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, rain or shine. Every afternoon at two o'olfjek and every evening at eight. Doors open one hour earlier • ADMISSION, FIFTY CENTS. Children under uiue years, half price a er nn numbei ' ed 8eats on 8ale the day of exhibition at Studley's Phar* ALGONA MILLING COMPAQ —-—[INCORPORATED.]—-— HIGHEST PBIQBB PAID for all kinds of Grain and Seeds. (Dealers in Hard and Soft Coal, Manufaotiirers of Strictly Uigh-gi ade Flour, Special attention paid to the THE NEWS OF THE COUNTY Titonka is to have a school. Bancroft schools opened Monday. The Ledyard schools open next Monday. Prof. N. H. Connor has left Ledyard and located at Burt. Johnny Hurt, the ball player, is visiting at Swea City. W. B. Pratt of Plum Creek has gone to Oregon for a visit. Grnnt Hawkins is up from Wapello to visit and shoot chickens.. E. L. Parr neiir Lu Verne got 285 bushels of wheat from 10 acres. Dr. Lowder of Ledyard has H two weeks colt that lie values at $600. The Sexton school opened Monday with Miss Hart of Algona in charge, Mrs. E. Mrs. H. P. Hutch took the Whittomore school children out for H picnic one day last week. t<? the large aad constantly increasing 4fs»«»a for our supwtor grade of flour we arp enabled to olfer from 5 to 10 cents* per bushel above Wtnarket price for good, ifbeat. «"»**** ft W f mm%9¥ t Marner, . Johnson sent a tub of Bancroft butter to the state fair and got a premium. Axel Sundstrom of Germania Is off with a shooting gallery outfit touring the country. Geo. E. Boyle, J. M. Parley and P. C. Groneraan took in the races at Dubuque last week. The re-dedication exercises of the M. E. church at Ledyard will occur on Sunday, Sept. 10. Guo. M. flailey has been out on the county hanging up advertising matter for the county fair. The Swea City Herald says the democrats wnnt Thos. Sherman to run for the lesislature. The Titonka railroad is being fenced, ballasted, etc., etc. It is about rendy to extend to Algomt. Jens Nelson and Jesse Redell of Bancroft have bought the Jos. Dunwoodie elevntor at Irvington. Seymour, the Germnnia bunker, has nought the south half of Sec. 10 in Springfield paying $9,000. Henry Nelson has been over to AlgoiiH to have his teeth fixed up, a ' r )orse having kicked them. Mrs. C. C. Brady, wife of the rail- •ond contractor, is at Henry Dreyer's n Ponton sick with typoid fever. Will Salisbury, the Titonka news- Mi per man, has been up toPulda, Minn., to speculate in real, estate. They all get rich. R. V. Scott, the Minneapolis railway igent at Lu Verne, has bought the town bakery. Mrs. Scott will take charge of it. Burt Monitor: Blind Boone will be n Algona and play at the Congrega- •ional church Sept. 18. He is worth going to hea\\ Mrs. Mat Preilinger has returned to Bancroft from a long visit with hei 'ather in California. She is a daughter of Barnet Devine. Sheriff Christensen is out over the jounty getting the voters in line foi this fall. He has been visiting all over the north end. Miss Emma Adolphson of'Bancroft ias gone to Lander, Wyoming, to ;each. The Register says that town is 135 miles from a rail road. Mrs. Ham of Dubuque, wife of the editor of the Herald, is a daughter ol J. C. Barber of Swea City, and has been up visiting at the Barber home. The Tiss drug store at Lu Verne was •obbed of about $12 at noon Wednesday. The parties entered through the cellar while the druggist was at dinner. The Iowa Central crossed the M. & St. L., at Corwith Tuesday, and is now headed for Algona. At the present rate it will not reach this point before September. 30. Swea City sent 101 to Forest City on the Sunday school picnic. It is a ' pity that the railroad don't run down to Riverside Park, the real picnic ground of northern Iowa. Ed. Sanborn of Swea City was caught over in Emmet for shooting prairie chickens ahead of time. The Herald intimates that it cost him $400, which makes it espensive tun. The well being put down at Burt by the Northwestern is to be no small affair. They are making a 10 inch hole and it will be put down 500 feet unless they strike a good flow sooner. Up at Titonka Rev. Walker was throwing a ball in the street and broke a big plate glass in the bank front. Ministers should learn to throw straight or else play in the bank yard. Rev. Kruss informs the Record that Dr. Greene of Fort Dodge, who has been commissioned as a missionary to Porto Rico Is to be at Gerraania probably on the J4th of Snptember, to deliver his lecture on "Porto Rico." The Epworth League picnic at Frank Ranney's in Lotts Creek was a success. The Reporter says: Dr. Lewis failed to arrive but Dr. Day of Algona took his place and gave us a most excellent address, and all present enjoyed the day. The Misses Smith of Seneca drove to Algona the latter part of last week and when nearly home they noticed the horse did not act right, so they drove in at a neighbors and it dropped dead before they could get unhitched from the buggy. E. S. Streator, formerly of Portland, is going to Lake Arthur, La. TheBruer & Streater lumber yard at Armstrong has been sold and Bruer, Reynolds and Streater have bought a big tract of timber in Louisiana and will open several saw mills, The Burt Monitor eays; Homer Giles and Mies Efflo Allen in Portland went to Prairie <Ju Chien, Wls., the latter part of last week and were married. Miss. Allen is the daughter of Mr. aqa Mre. Soott Allen. MV. Giles has been working for Mr. Allen on the Earm, and the couple have returned to the Allen home. Wesley News: F. A. Corey is receiv* ing all kinds of challenges from bicycles wagvemUe race iigejnst his ' ' sJuipaeQjf tbjym, feeing Pat McClaire, manager of the Par Side bicycle track, Chicago, III., wh offers to bring Earl W. Peabody, tb world's amateur champion. Mr. Me Claire would also bring three of Chica go's best proffessiohel wheelmen, motor tandem machine to pace tb bicycle, and a little sack of gold to in terest the boys. If this show could b put on by some of our fair managers i would be a great drawing card. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent, interes Optional payments. H. HoxiE. 1 I HAVE several farms to rent for on or more years. THOS. F. Cookrc. MONEY to lonn at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. SEE the new goods at the Mat-son McCall millinery. They have the lat est novelties. OUR shirt waists must all go nex week, if prices will make them go. G. L. GALBRAITH. GolB box and lenrn why It's the ' "reuse ever put on on nxlo, uverywbere. Made MAX K. GMELIN, Teacher of Violin. Studio at the old Kuthorfortl House. (. OOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOC M. P. HAOOAKD. a. f. PBEK Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Smith, Abstracts, Real Estate, ANU ^ . Collections, ALGONA, IOWA. R. H. SPENCER, Real Estate, Loans, Has some choice bargains in improved and unimproved lands in Kossuth county and else where. Come and look over my list. ±1 Boston. Sloclc, Bicycles Repaired, Bicycles for Sale, Saws filed Also agent for the Eldredge, Victor, and Andrae Wheels. J. L. EDMONDS, ALGONA, IOWA. Removed—now next door to Frank Wlnkel's meat market, State street. W. H. LACY can furnish you low prices on lay, Feed also all kinds of mill stuff, Wood and Coal. o your weighing on our city scales Opposite Hotel Tennant. C. C. Samson. B. F. SAMSON & GROSE, [Successors to Hay & Rice,] ABSTRACTS REAL ESTATE LOANS. FARMS AND WILD LANDS FOR SALE AND FOR RENT. Opera House Block. ALGONA, • - - - IOWA. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL. * A :'- Whereas, on the 88th day of August, 1890, a paper purporting to be tUe last will and testament of Al was filed in my office, and was by me opened and publicly read; and the 7th day of Novem- oer, 1808, appointed and fixed as the time M v' *Y V " d'vi 1 "*"""!' uruu U4DU us we time when tbe same will come, before the court, at he November term thereof then to. be held, as he duly executed last will and testament of the said Alpheus Johnson, deceased, at which rime alt persons Interested D&ted this 38th day of August, 1888. Expansion at the Hardwood Lumber Yard. We have decided to run our business on a larger scale, and within a short time we will more than double our present stock of goods at this place. We wish to call your attention to a few new features of our yard : GRANARY—Something new ; can be,erected or taken down in 15 minutes ; holds 1,000 bushels of grain ; absolutely rain proof: no mouse or rat will come near it. Just what the farmer needs Cost of entire outfit only $8. CHIMNEYS—Made of fire clay ; warranted for 25 years ; for low kitchens ; can be run any distance above the roof and is easily fastened. Very light. Price only 15 cents per foot. WAGON BOXES—All material to make a double-wagon box 26 inches deep ; everything the very best of its kind, all finished ready to put together. Price, $6. BRICK SIDEWALK—We will furnish paving brick, sand, cement and do all labor to make a 4-foot sidewalk, and warrant it in every way for five years. Price, $5 per rod. J. A. Hamilton & Co. O-S-T-E-O-P-A-T-H-Y Ninety per cent, greatly benefltted 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 meat 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 couv of the Osteopathic Magazine, free. References from all over the state. 33H.. T. I 1 . Xa-AJiTIIcrtT, INSURANCE. Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Ofiice 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. •k GEO. M. BAILEY. FINANCIAL. -"-«^-^- -"s^--^— — 'V^N^v-»-S_**^ J ^> — Kossuth County State Bank, WJI. H. INUHAM, President; T. CHBISCHIIiIES, Vice Pres: LEWIS H. SMITH Cashier W° W a ^woTth m Ba H rne?eAe JOhn G> Smlth ' J " B " J ° UeS ' T " ^ischilles, ^is H. Smith, J. First National Bank of Algona. CAPITAL $50,OOC ...Present} WHL K. FERdUSON asier Vice President \ OHAS. A. PALMER Assistant G<S- PMUp Dorweller - F " H - Vesper, Ambrose A. rates to parties furnishing first-clans security. O.ffluem and Directors — A. D. Clarke, President, C. 0. Ohubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H.'Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbraith, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Scheuck, Thos. P. Oooke. CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. General Banking, PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS ta^Interest paid on time deposits. The Wetmore Truss. THIS Tuuss W'jKoei;a ME I WFAR THE WETUOKC Tuuas A truss embodying the simplicity and du- ability of all other trusses, and yet unlike any of them. The most simple truss ever made. Is practically indestructible—wears or/ever. Made on strictly hygienic princi- iles—no cumbersome springs to pass about he body. It gives perfect freedom of action with- ut the slightest movement of the truss. Does not take one-half the pressure to hold he rupture that the old style takes. Hold the rupture easily, yet flrmly and urely. It stays just where it is placed. It is the cheapest high-grade truss yet i reduced. It is absolutely guaranteed to fit and hold he hernia with comfort, or money will be efuuded. Don't buy any other truss before giving he Wetmore a trial. For sale and guaranteed by W. J. STUDLEY, Pharmacist, Boston block, ALGONA, IOWA. W. H. Reed (Successor to John Cronin) 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 WAT&R Off NO P4Y. ling ,8 to, owneii in the with prices always at the satisfactory point. W. H. REED. Sutt's Sure Remedy for Hog Cholera, READ THIS TESTIMONIAL, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 26, 1800.— To whom It may concern: My hogs were sick; I had lost T i?,, A « f ftS ?* hws tnat w^e very sick, that hogs dead wUenWW&n cheerfully recommend Sutt's Hog B WJ*™ V h °e «*«««* ana feel ^ U Sl it ^ U ' uu y fl u the claim* uiWe (or it. (Signed) P. JRJQJ3. Manufactured a»a guaranteed by

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