The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1899 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 25, 1899
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THE UPPER BBS MOINE8: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OOTOUEH 26, f\ GftRD. Everybody knows that prices have advanced and (hat they are still advancing. In spite of this fact, however, we make this announcement to the public, that there is not an article in our immense stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods thut we are not selling at the old prices. This would seem to mean a toss to us, but we are doing more business this sea- eon than ever before, and for this reason we can sell on narrow margins. Call and convince yourself that you can buy goods as cheaply now as you could before the war. You can still buy a good standard print for 6c per yard, a 7c outing flannel for 5c, a lOc tennis flannel for 80, an alt-linen crash toweling for 60, a good unbleached muslin for 4c. Flelsher's German Knitting Yarn in quarter pound skeins for a quarter. Ladles' and Children's Underwear, every garment at the same low prices of last year. CHRISCHILLES & HERBST. It is Our Christian Duty 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 you ever made. We are not ashamed to look a man in the face every winter for years after we have sold him one of these. Call and let us explain their advantages. Algona. Sexton. J. W. ROBINSON. Governor Shaw Went to San Francisco to meet the 5ist Iowa from Manila—but if you wish to see something fine in the line of Furniture go to J. R. LAIRD'S. He has just received about two cars of fine Rockers, Chairs, Sideboards, Bed Room Suits, Book Cases, etc., the finest ever seen in Algona or big Kossuth. Call and see for yourself. J. R. Lf\lRD. We are closing out our entire stock of Wall Paperj AT COST. Ehlers & Adams, Leading Druggists, Prescriptions Algona. carefully compounded. Bicycles Repaired, Bicycles for Sale, Saws filed. Also agent for the Eldredge, 1 Victor, and Andrae Wheels, J, L. EDMONDS, ALGONA, IOWA. Removed—now next door to Prank Wlnkel's meat market, State street. .Qne Hundred Dollars*- IB ottered to any person who can duplicate the FOR § CENTS. JOHN SCHU & QQ, MEETINGS TO GOME. Chicken pie supper in the Congregational church parlors, Thursday, Oct. 26, at 6 o'clock. The young people of the Catholic church will give an oyster supper at armory, next Tuesday from 6 o'clock until all are served. The Congregational church sermon themes for Sunday: 11 a. m., The Mission of Music; 7:30 p. m., The Uses of Power; 10 a. m., Sunday school; 6:30 p.^rn., Y. P. S. C. E. DON'T be led astray and made to believe that there's somything just as good as Rocky Mountain Tea; there's nothing half so good. B. H. Miller. WANTED: A good farmer for 440 acres, with cattle and hogs on the farm. Share rent preferred. 31t3 T. H. CONNER, Algona. R. H. MILLER sells the Jointless Lucky Curve Geo. S. Parker fountain pen. The Lucky Curve means no screw to break, no joint to leak, no old-fashioned nozzle. Perfection. 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. ALQOJTA PI8TBIQT QQNFEEENOE, Forty-eighth Session to Meet at Cor" wHU HOV, 18-16 -Congressman -Dolltver to Speak. , The 48th session .of the Algoqa district conference is called to meet at Corwith Nov, 18. Copgreesman DpUir ver is to apeak on ohui-oh schools on the opening evening. Prank C. Farr lead.8 the devotional meeting Tuesday morning, at H o'clopk Rev. Chipper- fleld discusses theological tendencies as aflfeptlng spiritual life. At 8:35 Rev. Southwell discusses the responsibility ol the church, and iq the evening Dr. Yetter gives au address, Wednesday evening Rev, Snjylie (JeUveve the olp,s» ing s.ermon, fffifi LOCAL HELD. Vote the straight ticket. Election comes a week from Tuesday. Work will begin on the Iowa Central depot this week. Gen. Gordon lectures in Algona the night before election. W. P. Jones Is in Minneapolis today for G. F. Peek's wedding. Geo G. Call sold his Ledyard farm last week to & new comer. E. P. Keith's little girl has been dangerously sick the past week. Thos. F. Cooke ia putting 11 miles of tile on his land near Hobart. Algoua vs. Humboldt at the fair grounds Saturday. Don't miss it. The railroads are cutting rates to Chicago. The fare is only $9.06 now, Frank Jenklnson has sold two Shorthorn heifers for $130. Frank raises the best there is. Lou Mlllen sold ti 15 months bull from the poor farm stock last week for $100 to Bolenlus of Wesley. The Algona high school boys beat Spencer at foot ball Saturday by a score of 5 to 0. That Is very close. R. C. Henry, the new hardwood lumberman, la talking of building a fine home In Algona In the spring. The next attraction at the opera house will be "Two Married Men," They come In about two weeks. The Northwestern has put in handsome depots on the new line, real works of art. All the new depots have slate roofs. Auditor Weaver says more deeds are coming In than over before in the history of the county. Land is changing hands fast. The marriage of G. F. Peek and Miss Stella Johnson occurs today at Minneapolis. They will be In Algona the last of the week. Rev. Walter Walker answered Judge Ewing's lecture on Christian Science in Des Moines. The Capital devotes a column to his reply. Rome Woodworth's family in Chicago rejoices in the arrival of a little girl, His old-time Algona friends will extend congratulations. Mrs. Dr. Lacy is suing her husband in Lu Verne for divorce, Sullivan & McMahon bringing the action. She alleges inhuman treatment. Harry Tremalne, the Spencer landlord, was in Algona last night figuring with O. B. Durdall on the" new hotel. He is an expert hotel man. Competent critics say that Wm. Owen's Merchant of Venice was the best piny that has been put on in Alpo- na. It ranks with Keene's Richard III. Geo. Hackman took a party consisting of Fred. Miller, Wm. Carlon, L. Horan, Henry Lowe and O. E. Bush up into Big Stone county, Minn., yester- to look at land. The Woman's Relief corps are going to give the G. A. R. boys a reception Friday evening at Memorial hall. Thov and their wives and a]l of their relatives are invited. The Burt teachers' meeting will be held Saturday. A splendid program has been arranged. In the evening the teachers will attend the opening of the Burt lecture course. Marriage licenses hav« been issued to Dominie Grandguet and Elizabeth Ludwig, Chas. Spel and Christina Vossner. Henry ,T. Harris and Ella Countryman, R. H. Owenson and Elsie L. Kline. Dingley & Pugh have opened a, jewelry store in Whittemore. Mrs. Henry Thompson tnkes general chare of it and Pearl Pugh goes over on Mondays and Saturdays. They have put in a fine stock. Geo. Bowman thought, it would be fun to run Jacob Lindberg's cattle off five miles, and did so. 'Squire Clarke fined him $32 and costs and then it did not seem so funny. Both men live up north. Geo. Campbell is making one of the noticeable improvements of the season over south. He has graded his lots and rebuilt his house. With J. E. King's new house south Thorington is on a boom. Architect Smith was up from Des Moines Monday to look over the new school hotise. He and tho committee of the school board notified Contractor Gross of changes he would be expected to make, which will require a week yet. The Max Bendix concert comes Saturday evening. Max Bendix was leading violin player in the Thomas orchestra during tho world's fair, and is probably the finest musician who has ever visited Algona. He has a company of equal merit. Lone Rock is growing and is going to be a good trading center. It has a fine elevator, and a number of business houses are going up. Norman Cotton is in charge of the bank, and he says Lone Rock don't take a back seat for any of the new towns, There will be a hot game of foot ball at the fair grounds Saturday when Humboldt comes up. The game at Humboldt was 12 to 11 against Algona. The boys on both sides will be in better trim, and the best game will be played ever seen hereabouts. Geo. F. Holloway's handsome gold medal, sent him by the horsemen of New York City, was presented to him Thursday in Bancroft by Samuel Mayne, a crowd of his friends invading his office for that purpose. It is the handsomest piece of work that has been seen hereabouts and George ought to put it on exhibition before he leaves for England. Iowa Central officials including President Kimball are expected iq Algona today or tomorrow, They telegraphed that they could not be here in the evening fop a banquet, but would enjoy meeting as many of the citizens as possible. Several of the eastern directors will be here, and they will doubtless consider extending the line. The law is .that five years tnust, elapse between contests far the removal of county seats, That meanj tUftl Garr ner'g «ew court howe will stand empty flveyeajrs, and then, tbe. ,p,Qunty wjft vote, Meanwhile a ,aew issue ^ up , £be county hoard hjjp.%pe,n,t several dollars fw feiattflg In the new building, as it turns Out, illegally. There it talk of holding the board personally liable. County Attorney Cohehouf has gotten out an Injunction restraining Dr. Lacy of Lu Verne from selling liquors in violation of law. The hearing.for a permanent injunction Is set for FMdfty before Judge Quartoh. It is alleged that the doctor has been a little loose In his dispensing of whiskey for medicinal and culinary purposes. Rev. Suckow discussed trusts very ably Sunday morning. Me says the principle of combination has come to stay and that cut throat competition as a business rule IB a thing of the past. He says religion and the moral sense will regulate men's conduct In charge of great affairs, and that the church in this as In other things Is the true guardian of the public Interest. T. J. Vincent and Thos. Albright came near furnishing the papers a sensation Monday, and the undertakers a job. They were driving down to the Milwaukee crossing near the mill, looking back at Chris. Helse's house and did hot hear the train. The horses' front feet were on the rail when the alarm was given and the engine brushed their noses as they reared back. They were walking or a terrible accident would,have boon chronicled. THE UPPER DES MOINES reporter was in Fenton last Thursday long enough to take a look at the new town, but not long enough to make a detailed report of the now buildings. It is enough to any thnt eight foundations were ready for the sills, while a dozen buildings are framed and not yet enclosed. Fenton Is going to be a big town, and is getting substantial build- Ings. It took in 91 loads of 'grain Thursday, has a two story brick Htore nearly up, and Is an up-to-date boom town. THE Daily Iowa Capital has sent one of Its editorial writers, Mr. John Briar, to San Francisco, to report everything pertaining to the arrival of the Fifty- first Iowa, and Mr. Briar is doing excellent work. No other daily newspaper In Iowa has surit a special man to Sun Francisco. MAX BENDIX Saturday evaning. SEASON tickets for the entertainment course can bo secured till Saturday night. JUST received, H now stock of collar- elts and muffs. G. L. GALBRAITH. FOR time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County State Bank, For Sale. A house and four lots, and a house and two lots for sale cheap. Can be bought or. the Installment plan. Inquire of F. M. Taylor, Algona. WALL, paper at greatly reduced prices. Cnti snve you money on this line. R. H. Miller, druggist, arid jeweler. PEESONAL MOVEMENTS. Dr. Morso spent Sunday in Des Moines. Mrs. J. C. Bennett of Emmetsburg IB a visitor with Mrs. R. B. Warren. Rev. Stiles wont to Boone Monday, as delegate to a state meeting of Baptists. Carl Setchell talks of goiug into a big store in Minneapolis, whore ho has a situation offered. A. W. Moffatt is out from Chicago for a visit. He says Algona is growing faster than he supposed. Mrs. Dr. G. H. Wovdworth come from Chicago last week to visit and look after her property here. Rev. Dorward preached a farewell sermon at the Baptist church Sunday, before leaving for California. G. F. Vau Vechten, the Cedar Rapids capitalist, was in Algoua over Sunday visiting at E. B. Butler's, mid looking after his investments here. Rev. Will F. Barclay, at one time president of Algona college, goes to Davenport as Methodist pastor. He has made a big success at Cedar Rapids. Fred L. Parr, who Is visiting his brother, Rev. F. C. Farr, supplied the Fenton circuit Sunday, and had the honor of preaching the first sermon In the new town. Thos. p. Ingham was over from Spencer Saturday expecting to argue an injunction before Judge Quarton, but Judge Cook did not arrive and the case was sot at Spirit Lake for Monday. Rev. Eggleaton, who has just been appointed pastor of the Penton M. E. circuit, arrived in Algona too late to reach his appointment, and so spent the day, Sunday, with the pastor of the Algonu circuit, Quincy Hudson says that Charley Lockwood, who grew up in Algona, is postmaster and has a store in a mining town about 80 miles from San Jaointo. Mrs. Lock, wood has kept the hotel in San Jaointo un til recently. Both are in excellent health. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Clarke attended the wedding of Miss Carrie Kauarar at Webster City last week. It was an elegantwedding, and costly presents wore given, the groom's parents putting a $10,000 check in the . list. Miss Kamrar marries a wealthy young lawyer in Chicago, and after a trip east will be at home in that city. Many friends in Algona will join in congratulating her. WE have a full stock of window glass at prices that will make anybody take out the old pillow and put in a new light before cold weather. R. H. Miller, druggist and jeweler. House and Lots for Sale. I will sell my house and eleven acres of ground in the south part of town, and all my personal property. Call at Dingley & Cook's office. 31 E. R. COOK. RAILWAY TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. LQOAb TRAINS WJ1ST. No. 1 departs at ','.,. 9:05 am No. 3 departs at..i...... 3:58pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 93 departs at. 10:46pm No,71 departs at 3:20pm No. 96 departs at 8:30 pm •f BAINS BAST. No.a departs at , J0:«am No. 4 departs at. 0:36 p m Freights that carry passengers— * No, 7o departs at, ,..,. 10 ;10 P to No. 94 departs ?,t S:?0pm B, F. BBPBIOK, Agent/ CHICAGO 4 W*j&!'-\'>,T4 -AT- ames Patterson's 1,000,000 EGGS at 15o per dozen, and all the butter I can get at the market price, Step in and see my 50o counter, also my lOo 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 nil kinds of warm footwear for the cold days that are sure to come. fl©-Your patronage solicited. BROWNELL Sc ALLRED, Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. Fine repairing and custom worlc. EXCLUSIVELY BOOTS AND SHOES. Knowing How JL -AVr TT •••••• is an element that has .__ more to do with success- ;==.,, ful furnace heating than — ! any other item that en- 1 ters into a furnace job. A GOOD FURNACE is necessary for a foundation. This we Imvo—us good a heater as It is possible for skill to construct from the best of material—a furnace that lias stood the test of fire for a quarter of a century, Then we claim to have the knowledge of how a furnace should be installed. We have made healing- a study—ao guess work enters into our calculations. Everything Is figured out scientifically and in accordance with the nature of heat and the laws of heating. WE GET THE HEAT INTO THE HOUSE. It is .Not TOO Late y et to Set a furnace in your house this '" fall. If you are contemplating a move of this kind come and let us reason together. G. M. DOXSE&, HARDWARE. It's Knowing How That Counts To buy the best, all solid Shoes and Rubbers at right prices; to keep a complete stock of latest styles, and last of all TO FIT THE FEET properly. I The Other Shoe Store can dp this, O.' CX Repairing and custom work, The New Lumber Yard. We have a large dry shed and keep our lumber dry and in the best possible condition, When in need of any kind of building material, cedar or oak posts, ha,rd or soft coal, call and, see what we <?an do, for yQU, Being here for we splicit yqjjr track apd will m ott t

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