The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1899 · Page 10
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THE BJEB MOINES: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1899, THJG NEWS OP THE COUNTY Whittemore is organizing an orehes tra. B. F. Grose has opened his new ban at Ringsted. Fen ton is getting up a band. It ha a dramatic company. Geo. F. Holloway is going to tak hie horses to London. A. E. Lien and Geo. Munch are or gauizing a dancing club at Wliitte more. Phil C. Hanna is home. He goe back to Porto Rico in 60 days as a com missioner. J. B. Bengston and Lewis Erickson had a threshing machine bui-ned a Swea City. Clarion beat Hurt 28 to 1 at the Bur fair at baseball. How is that, Muntige Van Erdewyk? At a dance at Phillip Aman's in Prairie last week a woman is reportec as getting drunk, John Fairburn and Alice Simpson o Whittemore are attending the state normal at Cedar Falls this fall. Geo. F. Holloway has sold a half in terest in his diving horses to Capt Paul Boynton, the noted swimmer. Nick O'Brien of Wesley has bought out the Frank Blake barber shop at Esthervllle and already taken possession. Miss Edith Adrian, who s;ing at the Methodist church corner stone laying, has married Frnd W. Thompson, who runs a bank at Thompson In Winnebago county. E. C. Men-ell, landlord of the St. Nicholas at Whittemoro, has sold the hotel to Mrs, Marti niaon of Garner. She took posession Tuesday night and will run a first class house. E. C. Merrell and wife will so to Now York to visit for a couple months and beyond that they have mnde no plans for the future. Ledynrd Leader: Dr. Day gave three addresses and we need not tell the Ledyard public they were fine, He is uble, eloquent and entertaining. His evening lecture, "Courting Your Mother," was masterly and eloquent and should have been heard by every young men and woman in the radius of 2Q miles. Jay E. Randall has been visiting Titonka. He says: You can talk about buildings in the town of Titonka springing up in a day but the water obtained there is anything but spring 1 water. It tastes like sour milk and smells like sixty. But the people of Titonka do not drink it. It is not made for that. They use it to wash windows with and let it dry on the glass, which insures it against breakage by base balls and baser boozers. OHEAP EXCURSION BATES. Half Rates to Street Fair at Webster City, Iowa, via the Northwestern line. Excursion tickets to be sold from all stations within 50 miles, Sept. 25 to 29 inclusive, limited to Sept. 30, at one fare for the round trip. Apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.-It Excursion Tickets to County Fair at Blue Earth City, Minn., via the Northwestern line, will be sold at reduced rates, Sept. 20 to 23, inclusive, limited to Sept. 25. Apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.-tl Excursion Tickets to the Fall Festivities at Chicago, via the Northwestern line will bo sold at reduced rates from all stations, Oct. 2 to 10 inclusive, limited to Oct. 14. Apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.—2813 Type Writer Supplies. Buy them at home. A stock is carried at THE UPPER DES MOINES office, which includes ribbons for both the Remington and the Smith-Premier, carbon paper, type writer oil, stenographers' note books in 5 and lOc kinds, etc. Prices are as low as you pay to outsiders. Other things being equal why not buy at home? Live for those who love you, For those whose hearts are fond and true The only way to do this right— Take Rocky Mountain Tea at night. B. H. Miller. FOR time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County State Bank. 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. miles from Ackley, which fact leads the Acldey World think that its town msiy be made a freight division on that road in the near future. Ko«8nth Keeps Alive. Armstrong Journal: The Williams Wasp snys politics seem " to be too dead to sldn" in Hamilton county. The editor of the Wasp should move to Kossuth county, where politics, politicians, and the people Hre "skinned" the year around. THAT NEW NORTHWESTERN LINE. Ttio Kltnore Shops to be Pat at Hlnc Enrth City—Alffonii 1,1 tie to g<> to Belle Plnliui Instead of 'i'ainn. Blue Earth is now getting ready to be the main division point on the north lines of the Northwestern railroad system. They already have a rounfl house, machine shops, etc.—in thuii- minds. This is the way the Post figures it out: They are constructing one of the finest and moat substantial road beds that haye been built in this or any other section of the west. They have doubled the side track citpacity of nil the stations between hero and Belle Plaine, Iowa. It is given the uppeiir- ance of being built for heavy truffle ind lots of it. It seems certain that it is the intention of the company to send much of the Dakota passenger and Yeight traffic over this road. W<- are ibout the right distance from Uulle rMnine for either a passenger or freight, division, or both. It being at the unction of the two roads thtit, though separately managed, arc prnctically one great system, would naturally seem a fitting place for a division." The Belle Plaine Herald has an item )f local inl.orent in this connection: We are informed by the best author-j ty that the Chicago & North western intend to run a line from Gladbrook over .o the now line of road now being built rom Belle Plaine to Blue Earth in order to save the hill between Tama anil Jladbrook and will run all through rains from the North town Division to Belle Plaine instead of Tuna a. The ame authority also says that an engine can pull ten more loads over this routn which will be a pood saving to the company; further, that the shops at Slmore, Minn., will be moved to Blue Carth at once and all traffic from the lorth will come over the new line and Blue Earth will be the end of the Belle Plaine division of the new road. Preserves t-frnlts, jelllet, pickles of catsnp Ara g l more, easily, more quickly, more £3 ' healthfully:; teaied with Aeflnw « i Pfttafflne.Wftjc than by Any other method. Dozens of other uses will be """"Refined. /A Paraffine Wax ft in every household. It tt clean, tattelesa And odorle«a—air, water and Acid proof. Get A pound cake of It with ft list of its many nsea from yonr druggist or grocer. Bold everywhere. Hade by STANDARD OIL CO. CROP-BOUND FOWLS. FOE the Fall Festival, to be held in Chicago. Oct. 2 to 14, the Chicago, Mil- vaukee & St. Paul railway will sell ox- ursion tickets at a fare and one-third or the round trip. For the Street Fair to be held in Maon City, Oct. 3 to 9. the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway will sell ox- ursion tickets at one fare for the ound trip.—27t2 MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. OUR shirt waiats must all go next veek, if prices will make them go. G. L. GALBRAITH. OUR fall stock of lace curtains and lortiers has arrived. If you want to ee something nice please call. G. L. GALBRAITH. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. THE Mason City Brick and Tile Co. makes the best drain tile and hollow uilding tile in the world and lowest rices. F. O. B. any station. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. Interest, ptional payments. H. HOXIE. Expert Jeweler at Miller's J. B. Seavey, an expert jeweler and ratch repairer, has been secured nt lalph Miller's drug store, and in addi- on to making a specialty of drug pre- oriptioes, the finest kind of work in iratch repairing and general jewelry an be had at this store. A late line of ewelry, cut glass, etc., etc., lias been ecently added to the stock. 16 To SAVE your disposition use Garand stoves and ranges.—26t2 TYPE writer supplies, full line, at he U. D. M. office. Mail orders will eoeive immediate attention. IT takes a severe matrimonial frost to kill orange blossoms used in making Rocky Mountain Tea; 35c. B. H. Miller. WE have what you want in the line of type writer supplies. INGHAM & WARREN. MY farm is for sale. S; S. BIST. Algona a Division Point. Iowa Falls Sentinel: .Algona and Waterloo are division points on the Iowa Central, and each is about 100 YOU'LL never get tired, fagged out, disappointed, unhappy, or make mistakes in marriage if you use Rocky Mountain Tea. R. H. Miller. DRESS-MAKING ann general sewlug. Rooms on main street, one door west of bakery. EMMA PHILPS. 26t2 AGNES BROWN. CASH FOR OLD IRON, Rags, rubbers, copper, brass, zinc, lead, tea lead, bones, and bottles, Save them up. Pay The Highest Market Price. Bring them to us at Algona, Iowa, and cat cash for them, Opp. Brown's livery barn, HARRY £EWI8. COAL LUMBER. 1*33,© Lamb Lumber Co, can interest you on both lumber and coal. They have over half a million feet of lumber in their yard at this place, the largest stock ever brought to Algona. Having bought the Algona Milling Co.'s coal busfness at the Northwestern depot, they secured the services of A. H. Naudain (o take charge of their coal trade, At present he w$ll fee found at their lumber office, where all orders may be An Exclusive Diet of Soft Foo4* Vitmlly Produces indlffeMtlon with All Ita Evils. Although the hen has no teeth and cannot chew its food, there is the same necessity, and possibly greater, for it to eat slowly that there is for animals that depend on mastication to fit food for digestion. The hen is obliged to swallow grain wh-ole, as it has no way to break it up before it enters the gizzard. There it is ground among the pebbles which will always be found in a healthy bird's gizzard, which is a collection of extremeJy powerful muscles. The gizzard also furnishes a most effective digestive agent called ingluvin, and which has several times as much digestive power as pepsin prepared from the stomach of the calf or the pig. Many people whose digestion is weak prefer ingluvin to pepsin to aid the change of their food into blood and fles'h. So long as food comes to the fowl's stomach only moderately fast there is not much, danger that the stomach will be crop bound. Instinct teaches the hen to scratch while she is eating. She will do so if placed before a heap of whole grain, and also, if she has chicks, stop eating long enough to cluck and call them to it. It is not often that fowl become crop bound on grain unless cut clover is also largely eaten at the same time. The weight and solidity of the grain makes something for the gizzard to work on, and the food has solidity enough to be forced through. Hence cut clover should form only a very s.mall part of a fowl's ration. Neither sJiould soft food be fed long as an exclusive diet. It also does not give the stomach enough to do, and thus weakens that organ from inaction. This is as often as any other the cause of fowls becoming crop bound. It is most common in fowls that have become very fat from high feeding, and which take but little exercise.—American Cultivator. NOTES FOR BEEKEEPERS. Give a strong colony plenty of entrance room. Sulphur will destroy the moth larvae in old combs. Use foundations to control the number of drones. With plenty of stores brood rearing goes on rapidly. An apiary is best located on the south or east side of a slope. Worthless queens may be detected by the broods they produce. Bees should not be allowed to become entirely destitute of honey. We cannot expect straight combs to be built in hives that are> not plumb. Honey should never be heated to the boiling point; it destroys the flavor. Early in the spring is one of thevery best times for moving the bees. Th« combs then are light and the colony the smallest of any time of the year. If the hives are resting directly on the ground it will produce dampness, which is against the best welfare of the bees at this- time.—St. Louis Ee public. SERVES TWO PURPOSES. A Hotbed In the Spring and a Sunny Scratching Place for Fowl* tn Winter. Th« cut showa a hotbed that is built against the south side of the poultry house, serving all through the winter a* a gunny scratching place for the HOTBED AB A POULTRY RUN. fowls. These are shut out at the approach of sprlngand the hotbed started. About the time th* plants are started the fowls will be getting out upon the ground, while all through the deep snows of winter tlhey will have an exceedingly sunny space to run in. Make the hotbed large enough to give sufficient scratching space. The room can well be utilized with early plants in the spring.—American Agriculturist. Average Oo»t of Experiments in feeding and in computing the value of eggs, show that if no estimate is made for labor, one dozen eggs can be produced at a cost of about six cents for food, or about half a cent per egg. If all of the food allowed to hens were converted into eggs the profit of a dozen eggs would be large, even when pricea are very low, but much depends on whether the hen? convert the food into eggs, flesh,, or support of their bodies. It» ft fact demonstrated, bow- ever, that when ft dozen eggs are marketed they carry from the farm but little of the nutritious elements of the soil in proportion to their value In market, and on that ficcount they are as prpfltable a» anything that oa» be produced on the-f arm,—Poultry Keeper, TWO house? to re«Jt. Inquire of Mr*. M. & Gwe, The executors of the estate of Asa 0, Gall have decided to close out the remaining property of ESTATE AT AUCTION ON OCTOBER This property includes some of the finest residence lots in Algona. A Chance to Get a Home. A Chance for the Investor. The Last Chance to buy a Desirable Lot f\T f\ LOW PRICE. Terms: One-fourth down, balance in l, 2, and 3 years at 6 per cent., payable any time before due, at the option of purchaser. The property has been appraised at one-half ol the present selling prices and must bring appraisement or no sale. For lists of property call at my office. GEO. C. CALL, Executor. Legal Blanks Real Estate Mortgages, Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, Leases, Cash or Share Rent, Real Estate Contracts, Bill of Sale, Chattel Mortgages, Satisfaction of Mortgage, Grass Leases, Notes, A full stock of these are kept constantly on hand and for sale by the dozen, hundred, or in larger quantities, at The Upper Des Moines NEWS BOOK, AND JOB PRINTING HOUSE, .ALGONA, IOWA. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL. State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss.—District Court in and for Kossuth County. To all whom it may concern: Whereas, on the 29th day of August, 1809, a paperpurport- ing to be the last will and testament of Al I pheus Johnson, late of said county, deceased,' was filed in my office, and was by me opened 1 and publicly read; and the 7th day of Novem- ! ber, 1800, appointed and fixed as the time i wheu the same will come before the court, at ! the November term thereof then to be held, as j the duly executed last will and testament of the said Alpheus Johnson, deceased, at which time all persons interested may appear and show cause why; the same should not be ad- ! mitted to probate. j QDated this 38th day of August, 1800. I J. B. OARB, i iot3 Olerk of the District Court. B. F. Cros C. C. Samson. SAMSON & GROSE, [Successors to Hay & Rice,] ABSTRACTS REAL ESTATE LOANS. FARMS AND WILD LANDS FOR SALE AND FOR RENT. Opera House Block. ALGONA, IOWA. W. H. LACY can furnish you low prices on . Feed and Bran also all kinds of mill stuff, Wood and Coal. 'o your weighing on our city scales Opposite Hotel Tennant. 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 iUMBER-CO IT'S HIGH TIME TO DO REPAIRING J Qwryardfwv Irishes superior lumber at low* *§t market price?, Qyicfe Reliable Service, Lath, Shin' gles, Sa§h, Poors, Cement, Stucco and Lime $ Specialty, There is no occasion for excitement over the combination on coal nor the high prices. No TRUST affects the price of cord wood. We are pleased to offer dry body basswood sawed 4 feet long-, all limbs thrown out, or mixed basswood and elm for $3 per cord This price is for wood delivered free to all parts of the city. We will saw it for you for 75 cents per cord additional. We make special prices on large orders. We have also secured a large supply of dry body oak and maple wood, and pine slabs for kindling. J. A. Hamilton 8: Go. W. H. Reed (Successor to John Cronin) handles the best to be had in the way of up- to-date, fine FURNITURE >eBides everything that can be desired n plain and ornamental Picture Frames, Mouldings tnd goods that are required for beauti- ying and ornamenting the home. A peoialty made of with prjcee always at the satisfactory, ppjwt. ,y. W, H, V.v,.,,;-,.:^:

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