The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 3, 1895 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 3, 1895
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' ' " '" " SK:*l\e;V?f-\psr- •• •-. "-'-> > , Mv" A ?-\ i-K^ ?'l vi-S rf TO. 1 ffetlStts St..-.!. nr.. «.,.;:'. 10. B demftg 8l.t...rfi...i,j.r» ^ sf oftfi. Wilhout the good opifll&tt df its p'fttronjt nd fittMoesft feouSe .....i.r. .« &&....;* ...... A . BALDNESS REMOVES DANDRUFF ASB Restores Color N6i4,eUS6ftttSftt JFrMeTiwthftt eatr? p&sseagefs-- „ • te. ?(raef>«ftsat....i. ..... r, ....... 8:36 f>ta No. 84 departs ftt....>,. .............. l:45pfll , Agent. fd * Faded and Gray HAIR YHE Best Dressing Freight.... 2:48pffi i. arrives at 7 a mi attires at ttos Molftes ttt 8 ;1B b M. Lv. Des M. S130 a in Mixed connects with flyer and arrives at Chi cago at 8 a. tt.. , ft H. VESPER, Agent. _. ___ _ _ _ _M-- Kossoth County State Bank OAJPlfAT, .............................. S60.00C Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and dqinestlo exoi ango bought and sold. (Jollec tldns Jnade promptly, and a general banking btfelness transacted. Passage tickets to or front the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. IttfcHAM...'.... ............ President J. B. JONES .................... Vice Pm-Mpnt LEWIS M. SMITH.' ..................... Ciuiiler • Directors— Win. H. ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. OhrlBchllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devlue. The First National Bank CAPITAL ....................... 860,000 Special attention given to collections. ; AMBROSE A. CALL ..... ... ......... President H. HUTCH1NS .............. Vice President WM. K; FERGUSON ................... Cashier 0. D. SMITH ..................... Asst. Cashier Directors— D. H. Hutchins, S. A. Ferguson, Ehlllp Dorweller, W. P. Carter, Ambrose A. Call, B. H: Spencer, \ym. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. ALGOSA, IOWA. OffUxrsmul Directors— ' A. D. Clarke, President, 0. C. Chubb, Vice Prest, 'Thos. H. Lautry, Cashier, Geo. Ii. Galbralth, Wred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Coolte. General Banking, PRIVATE SAFETT DEPOSIT VAULTS. fST"IntereBt paid on time deposits. . PROFESSIONAL. ^•^^+^^r*^+ts-+~r^s*:^*^~*s^ f r-^r^t r *»^ 1 *CLARKE & COHENO0R, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National Dank, Algona, la. E, H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block. S. S, SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security. Over Chrischilles' store. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Eoxie-Ferguson buck. GEO. R, CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ALQONA, IOWA. Office over Kossutu County State Bank, E, V, SWETTING, 1 ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa, p i, t is&. : . JC, OARFJEl-D, M. D v . AND ?.V OSlW. State st,, one door east of Cordlngley, *,-, ? - f ; Residence, Mcaregor st., east of the 11 v pnWJo school building. **,-Q. WoQOV, M, P., «,-p4'-<*T-".. -• i * itefliaae <??«? ?9P' Qpeder§' store, on State street. &?£•' - AJSftftasi low* A v f M. ,, - V '.- »&.f^ n f i-.-TiVo/n' T> T\ o if,. i4f^«t^ SSHDiC"JLJL — '" ~~" ft cmcuiT, The foutidatlofl for F< S. Norton's new home is gding in. Prof. Gilchrist is to be at the teach' ers* itistitute faext month, C. P.. Dorland is taking a cqllege course in the Chicago University. No electric light proposal was made to the city council Saturday evening. Hugh Smith has sold the LuVerne tfews to B. H. Rodgers of Eagle GroVe. The Fourth begins with cannoti h'ing and ends with Muldoon's Picnic. C. E, Helse is giving his block a coat of paint, which greatly imoroves '.ts looka. Water your horses tomorrow at the Dump house and in the rear of Gilmore's store. Muldoon's Picnic tomorrow evening will be a clever ending to a great day of amusement. Wm. K..Ferguson and C. M. Doxsee mve lately made their homes look like new with paint, ' J. M. Cowan is pushing the Kapka> irick'block at Burt. It is to be a fine ooking building. The Estherville base ball nine failed to show up Saturday. It is the second offense for them. . The fair ground fence is done. The city council will investigate the street question along it. Hey wood's celebrities will give fine musical specialties next Monday even- "ng a.t'the opera house. A. Bun wart of Garfleld township has a cow which gives 52 pounds of milk a day. Can anyone beat the record? A teacher's examination was held 'riday and Saturday, the last before ,he institute, which comes Aug. 6. play at be big Lady Audley's Secret is the ihe opera house tonight. It wil well played and should have a louse, Miss Ada Smith is retained in the Still water, Minn., schools next year at $0 a month. She is a very successful ieacher. It is not yet known whether Fort Dodge or Sioux City will .get the bri- ade encampment. Company F will enjoy either. • •.The baud uniforms are here and are Deauties. They were made by Lyon & Sealy of Chicago, and are after the "atest pattern. The train north tomorrow night waits for the play at the opera house, the band concert, and the other even- ng attractions. . • . . • • A California fruit exhibit is to be here tomorrow on the Milwaukee track and remain two days. • They have two ars and 15 people. Watering tanks for teams tomorrow will be near the waterworks and behind Gilmore's store. The city has arranged for them. . Marriage licenses have been issued tpChas. Chapin and Millie Shaw, P. Gorgenson and Albertie Martin, Fred Hatzell and Nellie Graham. E. P. Keith's brother from South Pakota, who has been visiting him the past week, returns today. He says Dakota will have a good crop this y ear Supt, Reed is planning on a big institute program for next month, but will not let any of his attractions be known until the official announcement is made, Dr. Kinney's Algona friends congratulate him upon his recent marriage to an estimable young lady in his old Canadian home, They will soon be at home in Wesley. '•'",•' Miss Evelyn Dickenson is to sing at the opera house in Estherville and also at Spirit 'Lake next week. She. left Algona Saturday- after a visit with her aunt, Mrs, J, F, Lacy, Daniel Rice's team ran away Friday a line breaking near the corner ol stable street afid the diagonal to the depot. Mr, Rice wag hurt slightly anc the buggy was demoralized, Father Nicbolls reports that his cow eats prickly lettuce, which shows that the weed has a possible use, It is re ported as-coming very thick all over the county and in the wild hay lands E. H, Clarke was elected representative at the Livej'BAQre gathering o Odd Fellows, and now has his certif}< cate, He will be a genial and efflpient officer as he is ft zealous Odd Fellow, The democratic county convention meets July 31 in Algona at 1 o'clock to select delegates to the state conven* tion, whion meets at Mai'sbftUtowa Aug. 7, Will a free coinage delega Uon go? The Huml?Qldii Republican says E. G Bpwyer wa? down laat week and took hie trotter, Wallace, K, home, Re npt bring him home but still has in Humbpldt aa4 is coneideripg a good vras A wbioh Jo. whieh I, K bak and weeH ets the lot and Ms. stop ie, an4 gets , it was aa eve4 pew tbtners that We always lead in the important matters of low pficl attd high value. Ffofti ndW until Jtily 4th we Will furthe* mold the public bfritdoii to the fact that at the frew England you get the goods &s advertised find values are as tepresfehted. DtmftAtt & Co. ury. beittg chosett for a year, is the egal one. A big muddle is likely to ccuf all over the state. There is only )he thing for the officials to do atid hat is to obey the new law regardless if the legal questions involved. It ivould seem that the new grand juries ught to superceed the old. The water in the city well is coming .retty clear now. The new cylinder vas raised 40 feet in the well and it is bought this frees the- Water of the fed hale. When the mains get cleaned ut the city water will be good. McFarland's store was burglarized at West Bend Sunday, and a lot of cloth- 1 ng was stolen. This is the third time he store has been broken into in seven fears, 'and the proprietor favors the >ld rule of three times and out. Col. Foster has issued an order au- horizing campaign hats for the Fourth 'egiment I. N. G. • This will be con- idered good news by the .boys, as all if them have been anxious for the Campaign hats in place of white helmets. The republican of Garfleld township leld a caucus for yesterday's conven- ion, the first ever held in the township, Mr. Wright says. Heretofore the delegates have come over without any formal action, but this year they rot together and held a good caucus. Now that the people are all home rom the Talmage meeting at Clear Jake -THB UPPER DES MOINES wants ;o remind them that it is publishing .hat gentleman's sermons each week. We do not advise ariybody, however^ to try to imitate his facial 'expressions or gestures while reading them. Wm. Goodrich says he will deed his arm to any man not taller than himself who will walk through his wheat and clear the heads with his arms ex;ended. As he is well up in the air ilmself that makes a field of wheat to )rag on. He says it will go 40 bushels ;o the acre if a storm does not hit it. O. B. Durdall's little boy took a esson in baseball Monday which was quite serious. He was standing near another boy who was weilding a bat and caught a blow which laid his scalp open the length of his forehead. He "s up and about again. Anthony Durant was over at Whittemore a week ago and told the hampion that he was very much surprised to see the amount of business on and the substantial growth ihe town has made in the past few fears. Whtttemore is booming and no nistake. The telephone line still lingers over by the Lund farm awaiting an invoice of poles. These are here now and mmediately after the Fourth will be n in Algona, and from here two gangs set out, one north and one west. The ine is now bargained for west to Eluthven. J. Q. Adams was over from Spencer Friday to close a deal with A. D. ~larke by which the latter gets 860 acres of land lying east of W. K. Ferguson's farm east of the Milwaukee depot. The price was $25 an acre and the addition gives Mr. Clarke an 800 acre farm, which he is improving for his own enjoyment and profit. About 70 went from Algona Sunday x>r the Talmage sermon at Clear Lake. ~ reat excursion trains came in from the south, north, east and west and Fully 10,000 people were on the grounds. Not half were able to get into the tabernacle, and'.Talmage made a short address outside after •the regular exercises closed, On Sunday, July 7, the C,, M. & St, P. railway will run a special cheap excursion from Algona to Clear Lake to give all the opportunity to hear a sermon by Rev. Saro Jones, At' the low rate of only $1.40 from Algona to Clear Lake no one should fail to go. This low rate includes admission to the pavillion and all the privileges of the park grounds, Sermon at 2:30 p. m. Train .leaves Algona at 9:22 a. m. A fine musical entertainment is to be given,,in the opera bouse next Monday evening by Hey wood's celebrities, Wm, Heywood, who is advance man, is the manager who put Falka on years ago in Algona, and is well known, His company consists of singers, instrumental performers, and a comic actor, all to join in a program of songs, selections from opera, etc, The company consists of Eduardo Visini, Miss Bere« nice BelHnap, John T, Evans, Miss Ceoile Iverness, Harry M. Bennett, Mrs. WTO, Heywood, C, O, Leopold, Tbe press speaks highly of the com* pany. The Strawberry Point papers are very complimentary in their references to Prof, Frank Blagle, who ha? taught the past year, We clip these items from the Mails "Prof, SlagleJeft far his home JB Alf ona Monday, evening, to spend there, the summer vacation , A majority of the gradating class attended him to the depot ana bade him goo4bye with their heg^ wisbep, As ft side item of the ercises, while Friday evening box the Tliese slips are drawn frotn this and as fast as used are put in second. A story is told on a couple of Kossuth's most popular young ladles which is too good to keep out of print. Miss ,Grace Smith, John G. Smith's youngest daughter, teaches at Buffalo Pork, and one day with Miss Helen Eddy, Went out gooseberrying. The girls were in Mr. Eddy's pasture and after getting their aprons full started • for hom'e up a steep rise from the creek. As they came to the top they saw about 40 young cattle lying at the edge and thought it would be a good joke to give them a scare. So just as they came up they gave a yell and fluttered their clothes. %The cattle all jumped and scattered but one two-year-old bull, who caught sight of a red dress and instead of scattering made straight for the girls. It was about ten rods to the fence and it is said that the gooseberries were scattered over the ten rods in less time than it takes to . tell about it, and that one of the girls cleared the four wires. They laugh about it now but.for awhile their joke on the cattle was no laughing matter. FOURTH OF JULY THEATBIOALS. A Good Company Will Put on Muldoon's Picnic Tomorrow Evening —A Play Tonl{{bt. The train north tomorrow night will not leave Algona until after the play is over at the opera house. It will be a good play, popular, and well put on. Of the company, the.Dramatic Mirror, an authority on such things, says: Green's Opera House Stock company, J. B. Henderson manager, is doing a good business, and is presenting some excellent comedies very satisfactorily. Pearl Alexander the danseuse recently joined the organization. Manager Henderson is entitled to great praise in giving our theatre goers such excellent light summer entertainments. THE NOBTHWESTEBN LINE. HALF RATES TO BOSTON, MASS. On account of the International Christian Endeavor convention the Northwestern line will, on July 5, 6, 7, and 8, sell excursion tickets to Boston, Mass., and return at rate of one fare for the round trip, tickets good for return passage until Aug. 6, 1895, inclusive. For tickets and full information apply to agents of Chicago & Northwestern railway.—1813 Cheap Rates on the Milwaukee. For the Fourth of July excursion tickets will be sold between any points within 200 miles, by the C., M. & St. P. railway, at fare and a third, for the round trip. Commencing June 10 the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway will run a dining'car on Train No. 1 and serve breakfast and dinner, and return on Train NO. 4, from Canton and serve dinner and supper. For the various occasions mentioned below one lowest standard first-class fare for the round trip will be given by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, viz: National Educational association at Denver, Colo., July 6 to 12. The United Societies of Christian Endeavor, Boston, Mass., July 10 to 14. Baptist Young People's Union of America, Baltimore, Md., July 18 to 21. Annual meeting American Pharmaceutical association, Denver, Colo,, August 14 to 24. Triennial-Conclave Knights Templar, Boston, Mass., August 25 to 80. National Encampment G. A, B., at Louisville, Ky., Sept. 10 to 14, Here is a Partial List ASK for Crystal Cream der, at Walker Bros, 1 baking pow- buckwheat at J. J. Wilson's. FREE PILLS, Send your address to H, E. Buoklen & Co,, Chicago, and get A free sample box of Dr. King's New f-ife Pills, A trial will convince you of their merits, These pills are easy in action and are particularly effective in the cure of constipation and siok 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 system. ular size 35o. per box. Sold by Dr. L. Sbeetz, druggist. Those who have «sed Pr, Ring's New Discovery know its value, and those who have not have now the opportwnity to try it free, Call on the advertised druggist and get a trial bottle, free. Send your name and address to Jl E. Buoklen & Co., Chicago, and get a sample box pf Dr, Blag's New Mfe Pills, fyee, as well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household instructor, free, Allpf which is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing. Sold, gt L> A- Sheet?' drng store. * bun. tad the scenes, . the a|lle<J Profi Slttgle to one Ma ftog presented with a bound beaytifu], illustrated wuplet o Hur t " The Yel«m§i finished io ,wer§ were The best wlYe U» tHe WWW ftr bruises, outs, sores, ulcers, sajt vheum, fever epres, tetter, ebspped baftds, all skl.n eruptions, and -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. BRADLEY & NIOOULIN. THF TNTFR OCFAN J, JLA&-* J.A^I JL A^fJL\, \^\^jLLfjr^.L\ -IS TIIE- Most Popular RepabUeaii Newspaper of the West And Has the Largest Circulation. TEEMS BY MAIL DAILY (without Sunday) $6.00 per year DAILY (with Sunday) $8.00 per year The Weekly Inter Oceania.00 PERYEAB. )Nr.* = L S A NEWSPAPER THE INTER OCEAN keeps abreast of the times in all respects. It spares neither pains nor expense in securing ALL, THE NEWS AND THE BEST OP CURRENT LITERATURE. The Weekly Inter Ocean AS A FAMILY PAPER IS NOT EXCELLED BY ANY. It has something of Interest to each member of the family. ITS YOUTH'S DEPARTMENT is the very best of its lilntl. ITS LIT ERARY FEATURES are uncqualed. POLITICALLY IT 15 REPUBLICAN, and gives its readers the benefit of the ablest discussions on all live political topics. It also gives them THE NEWS OF t ,THB WORLD* . • IT IS A TWELVE-PAGE PAPER. THE INTER OCEAN IS PUBLISHED IN CHICAGO, THE NEWS AND COfinERClAL CENTER OP ALL WEST OP THE ALLEQHANY MOUNTAINS. A|SD IS BETTER ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS OP THE PEOPLE OF THAT SECTION THAN ANY . rAlv 1 rlKlv CAS I • It Is In accord with the people of the West both in Politics and Literature. Please remember that the price of The Weekly Inter Ocean is ONLY ONE DOL. LAR PER YEAR. Address TRE INTER QCEAN, Chicago. . OXX, .Painter and Paper Hanger. Postal card orders promptly attended to, • AH worH warranted for five years, Carriage Painting a Specialty, ICE! JOE! ICE! Purtng the past winter I have enlarged my ice house and. now have on hfvnd 400 tons of ice in flne condition. Po not contract tor your summer's supply of Joe without first getting my prices, ffwill be delivered to all parts ol the city every day. Orders may be left witb J. A- Hamilton ft Co. Ice house and residence aea? ^Ue cemetery, CHARLES Water or No Pay, Do You Want to Stop Tobacco? You Can Be Cured While Using If. The habit of using tobacco grows on a man until grave diseased conditions aye produced, Tobacco causes cancer of the mouth and atom- ich; dyspepsia, loss of memory, nervous affections, congestion of the retina, and -wasting of the optic nerve, resulting In Impairment of Vision, even to the extent of blindness; dizziness or vertigo; tobacco asthma, nightly suf» focatlon, dull pain in the region of the heart, followed later oy sharp pains, palpitation and' weakened pulse, resulting In fatal heart disease, Vj, also causes loss of vitality. Quit Wore it is too lute. To quit suddenly Is too severe a shod, to the system, as tobacco, to an Inveterate user, becomes a stimulant that his system continually craves/ *Bawo- Ouro" Is a scientific and reliable vegetable remedy, guaranteed to be perfectly harmless, and which ha» been in use for the last 3S years, having cured thousands of habitual tobacco users—smokers, ohewers, and snuff-dippers, row can w 08 the tobawoywuxmt ifl/w* faKing "SaecQ-Ottro." It will iwVay you, when to stop, We give a written guamrttet to permanently pure any case with three boxes, of refund the money with ten per cent, Interest. »' Swco-Ouro" is not a substitute, but a reliable and scientific pure, which absolutely de- Bteoys the craving for tobacco without the aid ,of will power, ana fur -—* „ -.— ,. ...-,-with no inconvenience, leaves the system as pure and free from nicotine as the day when you took your first chew or smoke, Soldbyaliarugglsts at ?t per box; three boxes (30 days' treatment and gwra $3.50, or sent, direct upon receipt o i for «a?np Oheroio ttox, IwoTtte't and Jtenu- BALE, OP IOWA, ponrt jntt 1 entered D, 1805, signed were —- J to an prder of the .,?»the84|hftay of „, |erws of which the •^iS^^V*- 88 ' "* ^"ftey, for. wd&js,....

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