The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 22, 1895 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 22, 1895
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THE Aigonft Being tfae PaiftiCulftf Polet at icit the " Eve* Giotldfls* is to Be Observed Point Needle's Points $2.t>0 $3.00. (Black and Tan.) Children's. RED SHOES, forget Sets Away witfa $i«sa ft fiegua Chick—Miscelidhft6U8 Local Mention. _ --- - ISdle A Children Tan Button (3 to 6) •s.. r A, tton, . ij\J Fine Kid Pat, Tip welt, hutton.... •(3 to 8).. ... ......... SAME as above... • very stylish for girls, SAME .. (12 to 2). Our Purpose 6 ' Is to furnish the latest and best to be had in the line of Fine Millinery, and our sales indicate to some extent how well we are succeeding. Up to Date is our motto, and as up-to-date goods cost no more than old, back-number styles, economy as well as a desire to be up with the times suggests that you ought to Buy Now and from us, Our semi-annual visits to Chicago give us an advantage not possessed by all, and we thus are' enabled to furnish the latest and most artistic jo millinery novelties, Matson & M.cCalL E, G, BOWYER, Algota will celebrate the ever glorious. That is about settled and it is about settled that it will do it hi liberal fashion—much mofe liberal thatt other like towns do, and than THE UI»- PfiB DES MolNES believes in, There is'no reason why 20 or 80 mett in Algona should furnish free horse faces and pay all the expenses themselves. In Other cities ball games and races cost double on the Fourth, If the town gets a good speaker and arranges for the celebration the people who attend should pay gateftge for races, ball games, bowery dances, etc., and help bear the burden of expense. At the meeting Friday evening evening Mayor Haggard appointed Capt. Dodge, O. B. Matson, and Ike Finneli a committee to raise funds, . Yesterday O. B.' Durdall, D. B. Avey and others joined and the celebration will undoubtedly "go." Other committees and arrangements will be made soon. A Clever Forgery. Last Saturday a stranger came to the First National bank while Charlie Palmer was at the window and presented a check on the Kossuth county bank signed by J. A. Kennedy. He indorsed it on the back L. 0. Smith and Charlie paid him the $100 it called for. No further attention was paid to it until it was taken to the Kossuth County State bank, when it was discovered that a mistake had been made. Wm. K. Ferguson detected the forgery as soon as he saw it. No trace of the man, of course, could be found and it is not likely that he will be caught. Charlie put up the $100 at once, but the bank will at its annual meeting, June 15, decide whether he shall lose the money or not. ' /, The May Term of Court. Judge Quarton opened proceedings in court Monday. The first jury case began yesterday afternoon, Dr. Lacy of LuVerne suing Miller & Robertson on an order they say they never accepted. Geo. E. Clarke is for Lacy and Sullivan & MoMahon for the defendants. A divorce was granted Julius Hager of Ledyard from his wife, the latter filing a confession of adultery with the pleadings. Mr. Hager was fully warranted in his action. Geo. B. Clould acted for him. Ten cases are now set for trial, but none of them of any public interest. The Wesley slander case and others are not yet set. W. H. Inghani' 8 Tarpon. The big 140-pound Silver King which W. H. Ingham took with light line and reel in Florida has been preserved by a taxidermist and arrived in Algona Monday. He is six feet two inches long, and about 18 inches broad, and is beautifully mounted. He has a metallic luster which remains and which gives a hint of the beauty of the fish when in the water and making the leaps which are characteristic. The fish will be hung in the new reading room and will be on exhibition when that is opened. , : Cnarged With, Assault. Anew phase of the row between Breen and Fuller up north of Wesley developed Monday. Breen has put the Rolfsema family in with the Fullers, who have not yet been ejected. The two families have only a partition between and such amicable : relations exist as might reasonably be supposed. Mrs. Rolfsema says Calvin Fuller threatened to kill her, Fuller says she hit him twice and he told her not to do it again or he would "fixher." Justice Robinson let him go. Attorney Fellows defended Puller, fcftd ffitcie" Iritibte fftf soffits tt«6. m ttaB IS the hbtfs| ftftd disturbed WSd tflftn eXftfttie ought to fee made of the loafing ilk. ^^^ A Srew Base Mail Park, GeO. C. Call is talkifag ol fencing ft iaf ge tmii pafk on the blocks fieaf the NeHhwesteffi depot if the* club caH guarantee a rental o! 820d the 1 fifai leaf. A ball park and ttlftV gfOttnd wouli? fee a big addition afid the rental should be raised. The boys o>tt get backers if they take the matte? ifl hand, A Modest Lot o* AH«lefi« Judge QuartoM« Geo, E. Clarke, and J, W, Wadsworth caffie back from the lakes Saturday, but with Very modest fishing stories. Some, 80, pike and pickerel with the usual tritaming of perch are all they lay claim to, .tutnped a Hoard Bill, Thos. Ray is itt jail for 10 days for forgetting to pay his board bill at Burt, Se was caught at Bancroft and sett' tenced by 'Squire Austin, Ascension Day. Thursday, May 28, being Ascension day, it will be celebrated in St. Thomas' church by full morhlng prayer and sermon at 11 o'clock by the rector, Rev, Geo. Leslie. Bit 30 IS Afid PiKfMffttioiui fof itt Obaeftftftce iti Aigdflft Services Next Sabbath fit the nof's > We Still GOOD BARGAINS' ..r *t" Money. I have unlimited money to loan on long or short time. B. W. HAGGARD, WE make a specialty of collections. Cloud & Haggard. MONEY to loan on long or short time. Geo. 0. Call.-tf ; RELIABLE information about Southwestern Louisiana, from personal inspection. Excursion June 11; one fare for round trip. Write for particulars. Jones & Smith, Des Moines, Iowa.—9t2 BUY a policy of life insurance in the Royal Union Mutual Life Insurance company, and an estate is created at once. An individual estate is worth just as many dollars as the amount of the policy. J. L. Donahoo, district manager, Algona, low'a. A GOOD Beatty organ for sale or to trade for a bicycle. Inquire at this office.—17tf WHEN good times come again everybody will be smiling, but everybody will have to pay more for groceries than Walker Bros, now charge. THE national ta.»—62 flour now is " Oereso- A. M. & G. M. JOHNSON have just received a fine lot of farmers' carriages and surreys. Can give you a fine bar- gain.-3tf • Ice. Leave your orders at E. J. Gilmore's, W. A. Ladendorff's, or Walker Bros.' forice.-6t8 PETEK WINKEL. LIFE can be just as pleasant as you wish, especially if you buy your supplies of Walker Bros. FINEST evaporated apples, lOo per pound at Walker Bros.' Wanted. We want your butter and eggs. Farmers' Exchange, south of court house. A Luxury for the Ladles. I am now prepared to give baths, either plain, electric, sitz, salt-glows, spray, or pour, with massage and other treatment. Come Tuesdays and Thursdays. Can also furnish first-class recommends as nurse. Also agent for folding bath tubs. Come and see. 7t4 MBS. WM, CLEARY. Memorial Sunday will be observed by the grattd ftfmy, relief cdfps, ete,» IB ft unioti service Of the churches at the Congregational Church. E. !?• MoEl* foy will preach the sermon next Sua* day morning, abd the Baptists and Methodists will job, All soldiers who enlisted in the late war of the rebellion and all visiting comrades are cordially invited to join in the exercises. Members of the post and all soldiers, the woman's relief corps, and son's of veterans are requested to meet at memorial hall at 10:30 o'clock a. tn, and form in line and march to the church. THE LOCAL PROGRAM. The orator of memorial day program is Dr. S, G, Blythe of Nora Springs, a brother of Jas. E. Blythe of Mason City, and a well-known lecturer and speaker. He will give an able address. The various societies will meet at memorial hall at 10 o'clock and march to the opera house with the band, where the exercises will begin at 10:30. The program is as follows: Music ......Band Sone '.'..'. ,.. .Sons of Veterans, Glee Olub invocation. ..., .Rev. Stevens Recitation Charles Chubb jr Sone ,....• .,;...Glee Club Recitation .Miss Abra Robinson Address... Hon. B. G. B ythe Song, " America" Audience In the afternoon the various societies will meet at the hall at 1:80 o'clock and form column, preceded by the band, and march to the cemetery, accompanied by Company F. The officer's of the parade are: R. H. Spencer, marshal; D. B. Avey, J. D. Starks, W. E. H. Morse, S. O. spea>Y and Thos. F. Cooke, assistants. The flower girls will also march. COMMITTEE ON FLOWERS. H. 0. McCoy, chairman; Mrs. L. A. Sheetz, Mrs. M. Stan-, Mrs. J. W. Robinson, Mrs. F. M. Taylor, Mrs. M. Vincent, Mrs. G. L. Galbraith, Mrs. J. R. Laird, Mrs. H. C. McCoy, Mrs. A. M. Horton—are requested to meet at the Congregational church Wednesday evening, May 29, to perfect arrangements and make bouquets. THE GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION. Gov. Jackson has issued a proclamation for the observance of next week Thursday, in which he says: To the American citizen this country is sacred, not only for all that there is in hope, but even more—for that which is held in memory. In the observance of memorial day we, as a people, honor not only our departed patriots, but the principles for which they fought and the country they died to save. Now, therefore, I, Prank D. Jackson, governor of the state of Iowa, do hereby request that the people of the state refrain upon that day from all unnecessary labor and from all public amusements, and join with the surviving members of the armies of the republic in the observance of an occasion that teaches the highest examples of love of country and obedience to law—an occasion which cements American citizenship in bonds of unalterable obligation. THE OFFICIAL CALL. Commander Dodge of James C. Taylor post has issued the official call, as follows: - , Attention, comrades, and all soldiers who enlisted in the late war of the rebellion: You are cordially invited to Join with us in memorial day exercises on May 80; also the women's relief corps and sons of veterans. Please come and join with us in decorating the graves of our departed comrades. D. D. DODGE, Commander. -Ladies' and Misses Gloves and Mitts. Misses' Bilk Mitts, Ladies' Silk G-loves, - 15, £0, - 25, S5, 60o 10, 16, SO,-866 Ladies' Fabric G-loves, Ladies' Lisle Gloves, Excellent values for one-third more than we ask. The Grange Store. "Here- ts a Partial List -of the goods we shall handle during the season of 1895 Brown Corn Planters, Brown Corn Plows, Brown Corn Harrows; Owens Fanning Mills, Standard Mowers, Full Steel Frame Disc Harrow, Finest Buggies, Surreys and Phaetons on earth. m Bradley & Nicoulin. WHEAT HIGrHEB-FLOUB OHEAFEE. Tlie Water-Mill Wants Wheat at 50 to 55 Cents a Bushel. And as long as we can buy wheat under 66 cents we will sell flour at these pricos: " Snow Queen "Family lueen" (highest grade) Favorite" (strarght) ] , per saolt..90c per saoU,...80o Tfte County Enumeration. Burt town, Garfield, LuVerne town, Plum Creejj,, Fen ton, Bamsay, Swea, Seneca, and Springfield have reported their population the past week, and the total for the county is now 16,208 with a few precincts to hear from. The townships above have the following: " • A* nm.nj •»•* **T w»»ww yw™... o -.-/ £ - - - ' „ _ " Book Bottom" (bakers' pat.) per sack.... 70c Delivered anywhere in town. It costs 5ca sack to deliver flour. So we will discount above prices 5c a sack at the mill, or at our store next door south of Republican office. 70o—80o—90c delivered 650-750^850. you deliver We warrant our flour to be equal to anv flour in town. 1 JONES & STACY. M. F. HAGGARD. G. V. PEEK Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Smith/) Abstracts, Real Estate,^2£_ Collections, , ALGONA, IOWA. Burtjnc 343 Garfleld 540 LuVerne Jno,,,,..,,35g Plum Creek 466 Sprlngaeld ., 348 Fenton .., 601 Bamsay •••••*?A Swea ..,-540 Seneca , ..,.446 FINK GRADUATED OPTICIAN .4 tree pf charge, karge. line Q{ pp- LJ^j.1 D-f\p n^tSrnvra r\t\ \\tmn SfV^iP §V 7 Some Wesley E, BlaoUford, E, H. Clarke, Frank Crose, and C, T, Chubb of Algona drpveover to Wesley last Saturday night to attend the Odd Fellows' lodge here. The brothers were pleased to haye them meet with, then; and hope they will wake it a point to call again ..,;. ,Geo, B. Hall was over to Algona Monday on business, We are still having light frosts every night which are retarding the growth of vegetation very much. ^._ Normal School Commencement. Dr. Beardshear, the able and popular president of the state agricultural col' lege at Ames, will give the commence* ment address for the normal school • ' June 80, at the Thursday evening,, *-••- —,.— — opera houee. J3r, B, eardshear is one of t&e leading educational m r en of toe state, and bis coming will be an event. The B«mmf r terra, ol the normal opens Jisne ' Wagon for Sale. You can buy a new truck wagon, with tire five inches wide, of J. A, Hamilton & Co. for $25. These trucks will carry five tons and would be cheap at $50. Wool Wanted, The undersigned having leased the Paragon Woolen Mills for a term of years is prepared to pay from 3 to 5 cents a pound more for wool in cassi- meres, blankets, flannels, or yarns than can be obtained at your home market. Send for samples and prices. Roll and bat cai'ding a specialty, Address S, D. Duncan, West Mitchell, Towa.—8m4 FOB the National Educational association meeting, to. be held at Denver, July 5 to 12, the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.raul Railway company will sell ex^ oursion tickets to Den ver, Colorado Springs, Manitou, or Pueblo, at rate of one lowest standard first-class fare plus $2. As agents for full information as to details.—9t7 • WE just want to say a - few words to the ladies about corsets. We are now selling the Featherbone corset. Worn and recommended by a million well dressed ladies, Dressmakers claim that th -.e are the best fitting corset on the market, G, L. Galbraith * Co. . BUOKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world for bruises, cuts, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skm eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pav required. It is guaranteed to give perfect "satisfaction : or money refunded. Price 35o a box.; Sold by L. A, Sheetz, ALL FREE. Those who have used Dr, King's-New Discovery know its value, and those who have rot have now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the advertised druggist and get a trial'ooI lie, free. Send your name atid address to H. E. Buoklen & Co., Chica- and set a sample box of Dr. King's New f Guide WE SAVE you money, Bet you highest market price, and make you prompt and full returns on your ..WOOL.. Our experience of W years Is worth Bomethlng to you, our reliability also. Ask Chicago Bankers or Mercantile Houses about us, Backs tree to shippers. Write (or "Wool totter," Silberman Brothers, ao><>!4 Michigan St., CHICAGO, ILL, Slagle's Harness Shop. Manufacturers and dealers in Harness, Saddles, Whips, ROSES, and all Harness goods. Also a full line of Trunks, Grips, and Telescopes. Repairing neatly and promptly done, All work first- class. Give us a call and we guarantee satisfaction, SLAGLE & SON, Money. Plenty of money now for all cants a> the Kossuth County Mayor BarreW asd, Witor Wesley were OY§P Monday. says the, teleptew wires ^Igosa by Jw9 15. at Mp. appli» State for veal estate loans at lowest vates, Money paid at onge on completion of the papers. A NEW line of ladies,' fine shoes of the latest styles arrived yesterday at Galbraitb'6, ........ _ . .PJUBNTV of good, dry white oak posts for only 6c each at Hamilton's,— 8t2 uijo j.-i."b, free as well as a copy o. _.-_- toHe&Mi and Household Instructor, free. A 1 ! of v/h'ca is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing. Sold at L, A- Sheetz 1 drugstore. •*.• FREE PIUS, Send your address to H. B, BucWen & Co., Chicago, and get sample bo* of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills P re easy in action and are particularly effective in the cure of constipation and sick headache. For malaria and liver trouble they have proved invaluable, They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the systew. Regular size 95o, per box, Sold by Dr, li, A. Sheetz, druggist. * Cheap Excursions to tl*e West, On Mav 81 and June 11 the Northwestern line (Chicago & Northwestern railway) will sell excursion tickets at very low rates to a large number of points in the west and northwest, For full information apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern rail way, *-716 • Doxsee & Shaw, Abstracts of Title, Your Painting •W.W be well done if you get TTT to do it.< - - — - - — r •E House and sigp painting and paper Jxanp;- best, Carriage painv • ing as good as the log a specialty. j3?~i want your work. » A. D. FEHN>, XOBI TOE I ALGONA, IOWA. Qffloe over Algona State BanU. I have been in the ice business iu Algona ?nc 17 years and I am here to stay, I will furnish ice the coming' season as usual. Get my prices before you contracti PETER ^-Fosz'WwZj/ 1 will not & unclersoM, Water or No Pay, OOUWST. All diseases of the eye treated. ~,»™«^ Glasses adjusted foreffors of re- raotion and accommodation, NO ohnrgefor examination. For several weeUs PI;. Muvpiy ias been la New Yorlc taking a post-gvaduaje course ou the eye, audwjll remain thereuntil April 32. Highest Awarded Honors— World's Fair, WATBB OHNO PAY, SCOOT Hay bids wiU be wwtwfl till fpf the grais on Sec, u, Two, 9i> for U»y wrpasee during tbe . Wi fe be mM asa w ev9l09«Ai teo WBW to be, June l t whea PR $titomeat t^ 6 Wg bidd^ wiU be eptWed , to ft low will be We have a. new well-digging outfit, the, beat that Is made, and one well Adapted, to this, section. Our long experience in majung; wells warrants us in, guaranteeing satiatae.- tion in »U cases, ',' BROS, PR, Eye, Ear, Nose and-Throat M ONEY ON HOX1I & BRUNSOM. i '#& First-class accommodations at rates. Operations tor cataract. - deformities, etp, d and cause re»ov

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