The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 26, 1894 · Page 5
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tjrCJt*?^^ ' , Vl " ; " & ; gEB&i%l^ «Mj "ft-Peek, Stntth,] lets, Ifettons, ALGONA, IOWA. few Harness Shop, I P, OHRISTMSM ftM ft harness shop in thfe front tootn his livery barn, and keeps on hand less, Blankets, Robes, Met** dfctMtfrftt R&d * Year t« 6,11, G.H, Latnson assists in Installing the Masons al BftncWft tefitgnk SeHatot Chubb has been tftififitid at hoin6 by slekiiees for two frsekB. Judge Quarion Is at hotfle studying oil some cases lafeeft.uftdet advisement. Mr. and Miss Ti'autnefcheiser ate visiting at J. R. Jonbs' from Mlnneapo- lis. "The fine weather cotitinwes, It is now Cold enough for skating, but no snow. Dr. Sayers bought the Jobfi Grove fartfl east of towti last week at about $30 an acre. Miss Mclntyro, who hasbeetl helping at Jas. Taylor's store, has returned to Chicago. The new church at ^Seneca Js to be dedicated Jan. 0 by Rev, T. S. Bailey of Cedar Bapids. Bev. T. O. Douglas talks about borne missions at the Congregational church | Sunday morning. « Wsfoall taoffe this^elsf thati last. «Uh Mist way ttelHter « Mfs. GliStelahd. a»4 wllh he!" Also tftany of th% sights ot the A worthless scatnp known as _ batten," who Was sent to jail fr'otft — taore some months aafo, was up last week for stealing Pete McE rde's watch. 'Squire Clarke Rave him three days work on the court yard,which was actually done. He confessed to Geo. . Hunter, who captured him, that he had stolen groceries f row M. O'tttiurke And other 4 farmers, taking Ibemfrohl wngons on the ' [everything in the Una of horse cloth- t,- Go and see him for goods in his line. m exchange harness for fresh cows and .hose soon to be fresh. Does repairing of ill kinds. Bradley & Nicoolin are now prepared to do all kinds of . E. P, McElroy is to deliver some lee* lures lo the Union township lyceum. They will be Interesting and instruc' tlve. Befofe the winter is over the people in Algona should m-raftse tar some new ones by him which he is writ* ing, Mr. Mcelroy's course of hlatorl* caT lectures would well repay nny of our neighboring towns to secure, and be would give a course at very reason' AM old settlers will regret to i 4 i *•* t-* *-*.- ; «^1_ j. I t KB. J¥.t tu**l ft V. S. Ellis is to start a paper at Swea City. We are glad to see him hack in Wagons, Buggies, AND- Uso Farm Machinery. do Painting and operate a general repair shop. !LT THE OLD STAND, ALGONA. IONEY newspaper work. Dr..Felling of Whittempre has given bonds and la not In jail. His trial will come on next term. A good holldoy present is tho Midland Monthly. We give tho agent's discount to all subscribers. Supt. Ashton tells the Bancroft people that a train south in the morning will be arranged by tho Northwestern. Ed. Mlllorke was brought to jail from Whittemore to servo out a sentence for assault and battery. He was released Monday. Ed. Bircher is landlord of the Phoenix House at Bancroft. Ho will make a good one. Both he and Mrs. Bircher understand tho business. The Bancroft Register says that Jim Kelley is better and will come to Algona soon. When Tom reached him In Colorado he was very low. One of the Hathaway farms sold last week at $37.60 cash. No ono would have believed It that wet summer that Hathaway broke his land. The holiday marriage licenses are for W. J. Davison and Ruth Butterfield, Louis Miller and Anna Vlgdal, H. Butzlotf and Martha Smith. ON REAL ESTATE. HOXIE & BRUNSON. J. F. PRESTON, M. D., iEye, Ear, Nose and Throat SPECIALIST. MASON CITY, IOWA. I'pectacles scientifically fitted and guaranteed. j?< Always homo on Saturday. We were in error lust week in stating that Kate Field is related to Eugene Field, the poet. They are not even distantly connected. Kate has no relatives. John Ruddy jumped his board bill at Ledyard and was brought to Algona to board in the jail. He was turned out WATER OR NO PAY. JOOTT & DAILEY, esian well contractors. We have the only steam drilling machine owned in the ESS* Dalloy, Algpna, Iowa 3DZR. OCULIST. I All diseases of the eye treated. »- -»»™», i ,~ , Glasses adjusted for errors of re- Ifractlon and accommodation. No charge for | examination. E-AJSOST prE-sr, IO-W.A... Rist's dental office, in Algona, Tuesday, Jan. 14. DR. L. A. SHEETZ, iDrugs and Medicines. Boolcs purposes only, Stationary. TO THE PUBLIC. he line of fainting, Paper Hanging, WB for the inferior wont uuwo "»PM u-j",""** •-* the flrm with which I was unfortunately con. neotedfoTft short time i clrcumstanceB which r [JOIHU 111 UIJW J**l*« AJ-W »!»»'" ««• «v« «— Monday and-so missed a Christmas feast with the county. Someone asked Kate Field about coming to Algona to lecture again. She said she would wait till she knew how many died from this trip before she would talk about a second appearance. Clianlain Cole's lecture at Bancroft and Burt is postponed. The death of his mother prevented him from coming us announced. Tho dates for his coming are now, Bancroft Jan, 10 and Burt Jan. 11. Sheriff Samson was called to Pipestone again on the Ristau horse stealing case. The defendant got the trial postponed and will fight. Pete Christiansen is also a witness, Ristau having tried to sell him the team. W. G. Sterzbach was over last week going to Swea City, where he and O. D. Ranks have done a big hay business this year. Ho is all crippled up with rheumatism and goes to tho Hot Springs next week for the winter. The musical entertainment by Algona talent, which comes second on the Baptist lecture course, will be given tomorrow evening at the opera house. The programme includes some very fine selections, and everybody should be out. The best combination offer THE UPPER DES MOINES can make is with Tho Iowa Capital. Tho two papers for $1,80, which is lower than any combination offer made in Algona. The weekly Capital is one of the best papers in the west. The Social'Union club meets Friday evening with the following programme: Piano duett, Mrs. Call and Mrs. Chrls- chlHes; paper, "Thoughts from Trilby," Mrs. A. M. Horton; recitation, " The Brakeman at Church," Mrs. E. B. Butler; paper, " Luxuries," Harvey Ingham; vocal solo, Mrs. F, H. Vesper. All are invited, Mrs. Lon. Sessions goes to Florida this week for the winter in very poor health. She has been a sufferer from lung trouble and is now worse than ever before, The maid at the Highland park school has resigned and goes with learn thaVRB. Campbell' suffered a paralytic stroke at hie homo near Armstrong lust Thursday. He complained of not feeling well at night and in the morning could not move a muscle oil his left side. Dr. Morse was sent for to consult with the local doctor. He says that It is a serious cuse on account of Mr. Campbell's age. Everybody will hope for the best. The boys at Lu Verne have been making sport with Algona'9 character,Bob. Little. Tho News says: Bob. Little, tho "heavy tanner," was In town last week. The boys down at the church building put up a job on him and made out a bogus contract to tho effect that he would receive the iob of plastering tUo church. Ho hud lots of business on hand for awhile, but ho finally "look a tumble" and loft the town in disgust. The opera house janitor and Kate Field had a lively competition Friday evening on tho Alaska question. While Kate was considered by the audience more flowery In her treatment of the subject, the janitor was credited with greater realism. Kate hold the audience at first but tho janitor began to gain and at length received almost universal attention, even causing Kate s mind to wander occasionally. When it comes to cold, realism boats Impressionism all to death. • We publish this week ono of Frank Calkins' stories of frontier Iowa life. Mr. Calkins Is a resident of Ruthven and has been a frequent visitor in Algona. His numerous stories which have appeared in the Youth's Companion are known all over, and are among tho best of their kind. Ho has collected them and had them published in throe volumes. The story wo give Is a real- The finest line of Diamond Rings, Pins, "Jewelry ever brought to Kossuth,^^^ Besides a big stock of Plated Ware, Jewelry, Gold Pens, Pencils, tooth. Picks, and novelties, He has a full line of STERLING SILVERWARE, Watches, from the cheapest to a full i7-jewel> solid gold case ticker, The largest line of LADIES* CHAINS, solid gold and plated, ever seen in Algona, CALL ON BOWYER. m »i . istic picture of life here 80 years ago, and furnishes a good basis of comparison for those who don't know what they have to bo merry over. The failure to have lire in tho opera house for Kate Field's lecture, took away any prospect of pleasure there might have been in store for the audience. Many wore unable to sit through and left tho hall, and those who remained wore so chilled that they could give only scant attention to what was said. Tho lecturer gave a graphic account of tho people of that far away land, of their hiibits of life, manners, resources, etc. In a less arctic temperature tho audience might have warmed to tho subject, but the speaker was chilled and tho people wore stiff, and altogether it was not all that was anticipated. Kate told two things which should be remembered: Alaska Is one- fifth of tho United States, and Alaskan juries take an emetic to clear their minds on entering tho jury room. IState: University Several Pa the Year li will on Sept. 19, artiOUlar wtroenjB aoo. aate-Ofcwles ir information as to tbe respect as as follows: ,. . J, pohnetter, president Oltrfu, chancellor, Iowa City, larrtawi) M. P., secretary vJioal-J. Q, QUohrfat, M. &)HWfclMft««* w ,.^i-~p, li. Poerewi ?«• G., aean P^ffi&eoaftftlos m. A***** IJCV^ •»• OWMVW* »*M(M » •ww»|3 r- — — W Mrs. Sessions. She is now In Algona. Mrs. Marsh Stephens is enjoying a holiday visit from hep mother and three sisters. Mrs. Doty comes from Hampshire, Miss Doty from Elgin, Mrs, Bright from Osage, and tho third Bis. ter from St, Paul. It is R happy family reunion, and Marsh is down from Ledyard for the week in honor of the occasion, : Mrs. B. F. Hedriok and family started last week for Asheville, N, G., where they will spend the winter for her health, They had made sli arrange' merits for taking a pet dog, but forgot him at the last minute, R. F, put a tag on him and sent him alpng on the next train, and expects to hear that no arrived all right, THB UPPER DBS MOINES' job office has lately turned out some bound volumes of magazines, which for cheap but durable wopH are all that many desire. Jtha,ia,l8o boupd its own ales, People who have documents or magazines which they wish bound in plain boards at little opst will do well to see worl? we ow dp. The Dysart Reporter gives tho following complimentary mention of tho new resident of Algona who has bought the Anderson bakery and restaurant: G. D. Rowe.has purchased a restaurant at Algona and has moved to that place and takes possession at once. They have been residents of this vicinity for 20 years and during that time have formed a largo circle of Intimate friends who contemplate their removal with sincere regret. Mr. Rowe has had charge of tho creamery for several years, but as tho owner takes charge himself next year, they thought best to embark in business for themselves. Algona is to be congratulated in securing this excellent family as residents. Much as we regret their departure wo wish them abundant success in their new home and include a hearty welcome if they should over conclude to return, The County Sunday School society meets at Burt next Sunday, in the morning at the Presbyterian church, in the afternoon at the Gorman Methodist, and in the evening at the Methodist. In the morning services open at 10 o'clock and A. F, Bacon of Algona has a paper on "Christ the Aim of the Sabbath School," and Rev. Geo. E. Kennedy talks on "The Reasons Why Church Members Should be Sunday School Woi'Ue.i'S," In the afternoon at o'clock Miss Edith WUkenson of PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. James Chapln Is at home fora visit, Geo. R. Cloud went to Nevada for tho holidays, Miss Anna Ingham returned from Chicago Saturday for tho holidays. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Warren wont to Whitewater Monday for Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wadsworth went to St. Paul Monday for n week's visit. Mrs. E. V. Swotting was at Swan Lako last week visiting her father, A. Perry. Miss Ellen Thompson wont to Iowa City for her vacation Instead of coming homo. Howard Robinson is at homo from his first term at business college m Des Malnes. Miss Fannie Moffatt goes to Grlnnol next week to attend tho musical conservatory. Tho News says that Phil. C. Hanna will go to Chicago soon and enter into business there. Misses Maud and Kate Smith go to Des Molnes with the new year to take a course in music. Miss Alice Hepburn after a week in Algona returned to hor homo in Des Molnes Saturday. Mrs. M. W. Reasor and children are visiting her sister, Mrs. C. D. Creed, Mrs. Roasor lives at Spirit Lako. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Haggard wore called to her old homo near Dubuquo last week to attend tho funeral of hor father, who was 78 years of age. Frank Tolllor Is at homo from school. Ho is attending Iowa college at Grin nel, and expects to study for tho ministry. Miss Genie Hanna of LuVerne was an Algona visitor Saturday. She Is at homo after her first term at Cornell college, and is highly pleased with nor school. Saturday's State Register said: Representative S. S. Sessions and wife and Mrs. B. W. Haggard allot Algona wore in the city yesterday greeting friends and doing holiday shopping. J. C. Blackford came in Thursday from Noligh, Ncbr., whore ho is still located. He Is looking well and doing well, although he reports Nebraska as badly hurt by tho drouth this year. Algona is well represented at tho Minnesota state university at Minneapolis. Misses Mabel and Ruby Smith and Alice Wadsworth returned Saturday after their first term, and Geo. Horton after the first term of his second year. Miss Wadsworth was accompanied by her cousin, Miss Edna Stock, who will spend the holidays with her. . G-o to the new firm of _ Patterson & Son, When in need of something nice for tliej table. We have on hand a new line of Canned Gooes, Dried Fruits, Crackers and?; Choice Cream Candies, We have opendup ' Our Christmas Goods. Call and look over our complete line Lamps, Water Sets, Glassware, Queens-^ ware, etc. Try a sack of our New York ; Buckwheat Flour, warranted pure or the, money refunded. Butter and eggs at the highest market price. PATTERSON & SON. They Are Here. Money. I have unlimited money lonef or short tlmo. long ui B to loan on HAaQABD( ANOTHER invoice of Riverside Oak Heaters. We thought we had a large stock when we invoiced, but we have been obliged to get more to satisfy the demand. Don't take our statement that it is the best heater for soft coal or wood, but come and see it, and if necessary a thirty days' trial will convince you. KEEP IN MIND Coal Reduced. Best hard coal $8.50; best Illinois coal $4; best Iowa coal $3,50. Flour and mill stuffs at bottom prices. All our dealers sell the " New Daisy."V 40t4 J. J- WILSON. WHITE, red, blue, and pink ice wool just received at Galbraith &Co's. COME to the new store for hanging- lamps, banquet lamps, stand lamps, ana lamps of all kinds, James Patterson. LADIES who have two or three hours' leisure each day can make money by assisting me in my business, Addr0ss Mrs, Susie L. Raymond, Algona, Iowa, Box 67.-83rn3 CREAM"—that means flour, the "Radiant Home" hard coal heater. It is the best made. See our Jewel stoves and ranges before you buy. 8:30 o'clock Miss Edith ^Wllkenspnoi tl p CREAM"—that means flour, Algona discusses; 1 The Suuday&chool^^ ft ii w Bros. sell it, Madoat Al- Teacher's. Weekly Work, "Goo E,, g™ .^ lnn , and warranted to be as C. M. DOXSEE WINKIE'S OLD STAND, Last Chance. Marble "Homo Help in the'Sunday School," and Prof. Johnson "Worktvnd to Do It." In the evening »t 7:80 How to Do It." In the evening ftt T,»i> K^lv like It.- ?olook Bey. Hawn talks on the various tu i nlv UK ;,^ 1ll ,; den, Minn,, and warranted to be w good flour as there is in the market. Don't fail to try a sack, You will oer- young peonies- societies in relation to Sunday school work, and ItQY, W- H- Kelley on "The Need of Consecration In Oncers and Teachers." The Algona reading room has a new list of excellent books Just in. Ihe foam is open Tuesday, Thursday, ana and _„„ at Anderson's shoe store get a piece of silverware tree. LOST, Christmas rooming, a large I goat skin robe. Finder please leave at Sllmore's store. 0. B. HUTOHINS. ONE SHORT WEEK and we with you no more. Prices slaughtered while we stay, ^ Come and buy at your own price, maple srup, strloly pure, UUUi * D upw** 4. MVRV***J i *»*»*• w*»w tf i i-Fti-- Saturday afternoons and every evening., v BBMON m map ie syrup, stnoiy pure, The new books are the following! Uawwtea, It is called "Log Cabin.' 1 Children oltheOPld,Sobwatka; Ohivft]* I waiF ^ WUt - 1V -• --^-^ <- A« rio Days, Brooks; Dioocn the Bold, Coryell'. Life pf Daniel Boone, Abbott; -" pf Oapt. Cooke, Besanti Seven At the last meeting of Algona Grange it was decided tljat at eash regular meeting until further notice they nsh., Dinner from 18 to 1 charging J5 cents thereto?, &n..d others. 4esiPiBg to rowd ft 60,oM bop with the grwge «aA get a dinner, would do well tp ,, _ T *\=v* •""p •^jr"»-ll ft nd"there is nothing equaUo,it In the market today, VP Walker Brps r ,-?0 O ^Tl " * rvrr fou find it only at nJ4l-V V* VWMVI ^»*VV*»**J »r-w — in--'! ,-•.-,, Oaks, Hplland; Being a Boy, Warner; Tlmpthy's Q«,est, Wiggio; Spawn the Tramp, Wesselhpft; Wanderings of Aeneas, Hanspnj Days of King Arthur, Hansptj; Oounj pf the Saxon _8hpre, • Sohonbarg i sepf D T ,.,,,, Fairy Tales, i: Marble Faun, *•!.»» - WmMWti'M&b i in a Bar. Bww. „ BBOS. are sple agents fpr the'famous' Chase & Banboro brand of I coffee.—20 stock is not the largeet, but Given Away wivh each $3 and $5 sale, a b^avitiiuJ and useful present at John Grovel 0, tp rent. Inquire «f F. W. [iiweaswtaQ,] REAL ESTATE DEALE ^g^g^fjfA, ' •"»•'«'•*&? ••- • .«4*i-i f

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