The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1899 · Page 5
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THE UPPER t>m MOIMS8: ALGOKA, IOWA, WEPKESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1899. Special Reductions in "i At Chrischilles & Herbst's. THE LOCAL FIELD. LADIES' JACKET—A nobby garment , in Kersey and Boucle, " * in black and blue, good $8.00 value for aADIES' CAPE—A boucle, well lined, full tibbet trimmed, thirty Inches long, with high collar * —a $7.50 value— ^ for.. LADIES' COLLARETTE—Aflne bl'k fur with grey trimming, high storm collar, and same in pl'n bl'k, a garment that retails for $3.50; our price MISSES' JACKET—An all wool et, sizes 14, 16 and 18, ft in blue, reg'lr price $4, our special price I are showing splendid values in Ladies' Jacket^ and ^ Capes ranging in price from $5.00 to $20.00. A com- jjplete line of Muffs from 750 to $8.00. A fine assortment of "llnisses,' children's and infants' garments from #1.00 to $8.50. Chrischilles & Herbst. |t is Our Christian Duty i |To inform our customers how much cheaper it is to buy good goods. *We have cheap stoves, for instance, but a little more money put into a Garland, Radiant Home, or Round Oak is the best investment ever made. We are not ashamed to look a man in the face ev- winter for years after we have sold him one of these. Call and |let us explain their advantages. Si Perking Friday evening. A club dance at the armory tomorrow evening. Jas. Taylor IB home from Chicago much improved in health. Company Fie planning a reception for Carl Setchell when he comes home. The darkeys, last evening at the opera house, played to a small audience. J. F. Nlcoulln has bought the Avey store building of Martin Brunson for 13,500. The Owens dramatic company comes next Tuesday and Wednesday and is first class. With Dolllver and Gov. Shaw north ECossuth will have the champion oratory of the year. Judge Quarton granted a divorce Friday to Sullivan J. Maxon from his wife, Lydia Maxon. Mike Winkel bus been promoted again, and now goes to Orange City as agent of the Northwestern. The Wilson estate Is talking of platting the old college site south of town and putting It on the market. The Congregationalists held a meet- Ing last evening lo consider the advisability of building a parsonage. Prof. Spencer is renewing his olub list for the Literary Digest. The subscribers should see him at once. The Algona football team plays in Humboldt Saturday. The boys expect to meet Spencer a week from Saturday. Rev. Chlpperfleld held a quarterly meeting In Dr. Smylie's place, at the Good Hope church last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Dr. Road will build next season on her lot where Dr. Morse's old office stands and make Algona her home again. Rev. Talbot, the late Episcopalian rector In Algona, visited last week. He ssild ho is soon to go to Africa as a missionary. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Henderson are plnnning to spend the winter In California with their son Walter. He likes it there. A groat mnny from Algona will plan to go to Bancroft and Germanla Friday to hear Gov. Shaw. He is making a great speech this year. Walsh brought out to celebrate his farewell with, and wished him God speed in hie future career th life. He has been a good soldier. * Don't fail to attend the performance of the William Owes company in "Richelieu" at the Call opera house on Tuesday evening, Oct. 1?. This is Sure to be a great dramatic tt-eat. This clever company comes to us highly tec- ommended and is said to be the very finest In its line on the road this season. Wm. Owens plays Richelieu and the Merchant of Venice next week. They are two of the great standard plays, and neither has been seen In Algona. Richelieu has been a star piece with every great tragedian and Is ohe of the finest plays on the stage. The Owens company comes with the best credentials, and the people will enjoy two nights of standard entertainment. The wholesale grocery Is -Af- Algona. Sexton. J. W. ROBINSON. COAL. LUMBER. Tlie 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 to take charge of their coal trade. At present he will be found at their lumber office, where all orders may be left. hThe Big Sale is Now On AT... J. R. LfURD'S. s While at the Fair don't fail to call and see the big bargains he is offering in his entire line. Bed room suits, center and dining room tables, chairs, rockers, etc, We are closing 1 out our entire stock of [Wall Paper! AT COST. Ehlers & Adams, iv Prescriptions 4. 1 VBVlAt'VAUlAO carefully compounded Leading Druggists, Algona. IASH FOR OLD IRON, s <3i rubbers, copper, brass, zinc, lead, tea jj, bones, and bottles. Bare them up. Pay The Highest Mavket Price. ue at Algona, Iowa, and get DPP. Brown's u T ery barn. y aAjtsr tawis. for tbem. MEETING^ TO OOME, Services at the Presbyterian church at the usual hour. All welcome. Congregational church, sermon themes/or Sunday; JJ a. m., Autumn Leaves, an old folks' service; 7:30 p.m., Why Did God Create the Devil? 10 a. m., Sunday school. 6:30 p. m., Y. P. S. C. E. Preaching at the Baptist church next Sunday 11 a. m, and 7:80 p. m. by the pastor. Themes: Unoccupied Pos* sessions, and The Simplicity of Salvation, respectively. The evening service will be evangelistic. LADIES will do well to use Greasier 's Fragrant Balm and keep the chaps away- Sold by Miller, the druggist. NEW fancy work, pillow covers, Batten berg aivd coin mode covers. G. L. GALBRAITH, " For A house and four lots, and a house and two lots for sale cheap. Can be bought on the .installment plan. Inquire Of F. M. Taylor, Algona. The Lamb company has a new sot of scales in the lumber yard and nn extensive coal shed. It'is making a big Improvement in Algona. A large number of old-Mine friends attended the funeral of S. W. Millon at the Baptist, church Thursday. Rev. Dorwnrd preached the funeral sermon. J. A. Hamilton bought the two lots west of the third ward school house at the sale Thursday nnd is moving the houses enst of J. R. Winkel'sshop on to them. Marring 1 ?, licenses have been issued to Nicholas Decker «nd Maggie Sclnif- fauer, John Dorwollor and Lizzie Dorweiler, Frank By water nnd Ellen Ginspy. Frank Nipoulln hns been grading in front of his home block nnd mnking n noticeable improvement, leveling the sidewalks, etc. He has handsome grounds. On account of Mrs. A very'a health F. F. A very will in a few weeks go out of the hotel business. He intends to stay in Algomi, und has a new deal about completed. John Gnlbraith is excuvnting the dirt from the old Ford corner, and is planning on a two-story brick block next spring. It is a handsome spot for a handsome building. Eugene Sclmffter has joined Douglas Filkins of Eagle Grove in a law partnership. Mr. Filkins is the lending lawyer of the Grove and gets a good partner in Mr, Schaft'ter. Rev. Snckow went to Sioux Rapids hist week and delivered an address on trusts and imperialism to a big turnout. He spoke on the evening of the same day Gov. Shaw was there. S. D. Patterson will either move his present house off in the spring and build entirely new, or else remodel and rebuild his present home. He is grading and getting his grounds ready this fall. Nyrara Taylor has bought the old J. J. Wilkinson place over south of the Free Methodist church, but will not move to town until next March. He and Peter J. Walker intend to still be neighbors. J. W. Hinchon bought a lot at the Call estate and it is understood that he will move his present house on it in the spring and build a new residence. He has a fine location and a new homo will ornament it greatly. The arrangement for holding court in the counties of this district, agreed upon by Judges Quarton and Helsell, is published in this issue. The terms aro divided as they have been and will be wholly satisfactory to the bar. Geo. Brooks, who hns been working in the Charles City hardwood factory for some weeks, is planning to move there in the spring. He is in charge of the stair department and superintends the selecting and cutting of the lumber. The Odd Fellows and the Rebekahs had a social evening last Friday, the occasion being a visit from Mrs. Quigley of McGregor, president of the Rebekah state assembly. Refreshments and visiting were the order of the evening. S. E. McMahon is booked for a fine improvement next season. Ho talks of moving his present house on one of the lots he bought at the Call sale and will build a modern home for himself. He owns three lots where he lives and it Is a pleasant location, The new hotel Is being delayed by the failure of material to arrive. The balconies, sky lights, and plate glass front are wanted. The roof is finished and the lathing is about done. The plastering will go on quickly as soon as the building is enclosed. Company F met last evening in honor of Lieut. Walsh, and. after a few preliminaries, presented him with a haja4- some silver teasel. Capt. Morsemade the presentation in a few well chosen words and Lieut. Walsh responded feelingly. The boys bad a pleajtmt social hour, smoked a box of gpod cigars Li,e\it. — ••••«• uu»t v/ B • wvi J »O KUUUIIIK CO down town office In the old Dr. Morse office room, which Is being shelved for a man named Coffin, who will keep samples nnd handle goods for the local trade. P. D. Calkins is now In Chicago making otherarrangements to extend trade. Lee Walston is now located In Algona and will soon be on the road for the house with every prospect of a big trade. Rev. Chlpperfleld preached his first sermon Sunday nnd has «t once established himself in the good graces of the church and community. He Is an able preacher and a genial man personally. He was In college at the same time Archie Hutchison was, and there bore the reputation of being the readiest talker In Cornell. He comes to a fine church, and will do a good work in Algona. . a The supremo court last week affirmed Judge Quarton's decision In a Lund case of Importance, in which one of Nate Studer's boys near Wesley was Involved. He paid off a mortgage on Homeland and Rave the money to Lund. The question of Lund's authority to to take the money turned on a letter, and was very close. Lund pocketed the money and forged a reletise to the mortgage. The court holds that Lund was authorized to take the money. E. S. Johnson and Miss Lizzie Eison- barth wore married Saturday by Rov. Olleranshaw and have taken' rooms in one of the McMurray houses until his now home IB done. Mr. Johnson has been seriously afflicted with both ap- pronohing deafness and blindness. In getting a home he Is very fortunate. Miss Eisenbarth Is a woman Ue has known for several yours and one who will relieve the dreariness his later years promised. Very many friends will congratulate him. Gen. Weaver will speak at the court house" Saturday afternoon. The general is a good talker and woll worth hearing. Ho ought to sprinkle his speech with n few of the references to the democrats he usi j d to make when he was campaigning for prohibition in the 80s. The general has buen a green- backer, a third party prohibitionist and a populint. Ho finds a now remedy for the world's ills each year. The only thing constant about tiio general is his opposition to the republicans. During the past season much has boon written of the nmtl dnuna, "Si Perkins," which will be presented next Friday at the opera house. The company will be headed by the great dialect comedian, Sam J. Burton, who originated the role of "SI Perkins" seven years ago. Miss Lllllo Coleman, who created the role of Betsy, the husband-hunting widow, and the entire company are representative performers, who cleverly support Mr. Burton. Watch for the parade by the famous " Si Perkins" band. Prices 25, 35 and 50. LOOK at our line of collarettes and capes before buying. G. L. GALBRAITH. » ' ' —————— GRAOK—Better doctor your health before applying beautifying remedies, Rid yourself of constipation, indigestion, with Rocky Mountain Tea, and you'll have a beautiful face. R. H. Miller. • HEALTHY, happy babies. Mothers say Rocky Mountain Tea is the greatest bnby medicine in the world: 35 cts R, H. Miller. MONEY to loan at 6 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. THE Mason City Brick and Tile Co. makes the best drain tile and hollow building tile in the world and lowest prices. P. O. B. any station. HOTEL to rent. Inquire of 2Kt2 LENETTE W. BUTLER, ames Patterson's 1,000,000 EGGS at 16c per dozen, and all the butter I can get at the market price, Step in and see my 50c counter, also my lOc counter. Don't forget that you can get more for your money in my line than at any other place in town. Respectfully, -James Patterson. Cowles' Block, Algona. RUBBERS Several Kinds. RUBBER NECKS—(We don't deal in them). RUBBER HEELS—These we have and they are a good thing too. RUBBER SHOES—We have a large variety of this kind of Rubber. Now goods just being received. Light rubbers, warm-lined rubbers, arctics and Alaskas. Overs for German socks, overs for felt boots— and all kinds of warm footwear for the cold days that are sure to come. fi@-Your patronage solicited. BROWNELL & ALLRED, Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. Fine repairing and custom work. EXCLUSIVELY BOOTS AND SHOES. Ualloy'B . Bro. Bailey of th'e Britt Tribune says that an old church member at that place died, of whose goodness there was some question, but who was regarded us'u pillar by the pastor, who posted on the church window a notice in these words: "Brother Johnson departed for Heaven at 4:30 thisa. m.," and announced the funeral. Underneath tins somebody tacked a telegraph blank, with these words: "Heaven, 7:40 p. m., Johnson not yet arrived. Great anxiety." Hoy. Krooks Gelttiig Well. Rov, C. Brooks of Livermore, who wus recently hurt in getting from a railroad train and had one foot crushed so badly that it hud to be amputated, is travelling about again. He is nearly well. Corn Huskers Will find at our store one of the most complete lines .of huskers' supplies in the city. Cotton Mitts The left-handed 3 pairs for a */ kind. Then the kind you turn over and wear out on the back. Mitts faced with leather and all other kinds, too. can find the glove he wants, and any other man can find the glove that His, or just the pin he hns been looking for, Pine Tar To make them wear longer. When in the city step in and see If we do not have what you need. Prices are right. * C. M. DOXSEB, HARDWARE. LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! AT WHAT? Why, at our. Toilet Slippers German Slippers, Warm Shoes, Overshoes alid Rubbers — complete stock of up-to-date shoes. Call and see our Mr, Tellier for repairing. . , The Other Shoe Store. C. O. Repairing and custom work. . v • ! RAILWAY TIMS CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOCAl, THAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at o :06 a IB No. 3 departs at 3:58p» Freights that carry passengers- No. 93 departs at 10:45pm No. 71 departs at 3:20pm No. 65 departs at 8:30 p m TU4INS BAST. No. 2 departs at 10:45 am No. 4 departs at , 0;!}8pm Freights that carry passengers— No. 7<T departs at 10:10 pro No. 94 departs at "JiSOpm B. P. HBPftiOK, Ageet, CHICAGO & NOBfHWJilJSTSBN. South— The New Lumber Yard. \ We have a large dry shed and keep our lumber dry and in the best possible cpndition, When in need of any kind of building material, cedar or oak posts, /hard, or soft coal, cafll and/see what \ye qan do f Q r you,, £ejng'' >§re for' business, ycmr ' ' ' - ' ee you rlghl, " J - w*i

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