The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1896 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 18, 1896
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-g-,.•, jv, '-',, I ill M01M8: ALGONA, IOWA, \VBJ)XEHl)AY. MARCH 18. ..TEA ... Is the subject. jitst tfflrch&sed the largest assortment df Tea eve bought at one tittie in Algona* I have beeft seven years in lie -grocery business, and I have never before been able to ;ive a§ good QUALITY of tea for the price as I can on this ii.-SP s< ''shipment 1 lb. 35c, or 10 Ibs, $3, and 1 will guarantee that it is better than any 500 tea eve sold in Algona or northwestern lowaj and if the tea is not as represented, money will be refunded No one who drinks tea can afford to let this opportunity pass, as it won't las long, James Patterson. Block,- 3, * have a ^ ew sac ks left of that famous flour so dearl_ mi.' loved by all, A farmer remarked the other day (anc he was willing to stake all he had on this) that our 650 flou was BETTER than any flour made in" Algona. People know where they can buy the best for the least money, I am fo business. Yours truly, JAMES PATTERSON. RAILWAY TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOOATj TltAINS WfcST. No. 1 departs at. 0:08 am No. 0 departs at 4:24pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 03 departs at 12:or>am No. 71 departs at : 0:45pin MAINS BAST. No. 2 departs at.... 10:47 am No. 4 departs at.. 0:04pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 76 departs at R:20pm NO, 04 departs at .. 2.05pm B. F. HEDIUOK, Agent. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. South— North- Pass 3:05 p m Pass 3:2G p m Pass 5:58 pm Pass 8:13 am Freight 0:30 am Freight fi:30ai Freight../. ...:245pm Freight :7:33pm Pass, arrives at Ohlcagp at 7 a m; arrives a Des Motnos at 8:15 p m. Lv. DOB M. 2' :30 a m Mixed connects with flyer and arrives at Oh: cago at 8 a. m. F. H. VESPEH, Agent. 3, C. Anderson. G. J. Stebbin Farmers' Exchange ANDERSON & STEBBINS Desire to impress upon the people that the; • are handling the best to be had in GROCERIES Flbur,.'Feea, Hay, and Grain. Have as good set of city scales as is made, and pay carefu attention to weighing lor the public. Fourteen pounds Cal. dried peaches for. .$1 O 1 Fourteen pounds Oal. 'dried prunes for... 1 O 1 Fine Oal. peaches, per can I 1 Fine Oal. apricots, per can., 1 Finf Cal, egg plums, per can.... 1 Fine tomatoes, per can 1 Fine sweet corn, four cans for. 2* Give us a call; we appreciate your patronag and will use you right. We are doing buslnes at the Farmers'Exchange store, south of th court house, Algona, Iowa, and expect to stay Yours for business, ANDERSON <Sp STEBBINS. The Fan Tan IS A . Clear Havana Cigar -; For 5 Cents. The only clear Havana 5-cent cigar in Algona A. B. CHAMBERS, Factory No. 71, State St., south of court house PULL STRAWS Iff LOTTS GREEK That Is the W»y the School Directors Settle It Over West—Other Notes, JjOTTS CREEK, March 12.—Emma „ Seohler has been on the siok list but is well now. Pearl McLain is very sick, but is better than she was, For a day or two ,, they thought she would not live, Dr, , McCoy has been to see her every day lor a week. Our blacksmith has built a barn •, across from the creamery. F, W. Mittag has built an addition to , his house pear the creamery (or the ac' cprompdation of his clerk. J, Hurlburt has moved over into Fen, ton, westpf Kurt, r'' WBJ. Voigt haf sold bis farm }n Sec. 3 to Jpbn Shalin and moved, onto his other one near Whjttemore, „. $foj(t Monday Thps. Rich and Matt. 1 gutler pull straws to see who will be *•*! flirectgr in »ist, No. 7, , Butler is building on Us farm a x rfgular meeting pf 0, $, S, <m Tuesday 4, a* f :80 THE LOCAL FIELD. Yesterday was St. Patrick's day. C, Barton'Is confined at home b, sickness. • . Bowyer-and Studley are in their new quarters. Geo. E'. Clarke has a case in court a Garner tomorrow. * The Hudson & Langdon store is get ting new paper also. Sheriff Samson is in Mason City to day on official business. Bancroft bus prohibited the "niggo shooters" in the town limits. The normal school bill is going t come up pretty late in the-session t get through. J. L. LnPlant has added 40 acres t< his Hobart farm. His new home wil soon be enclosed. S. D. Drake has rented the Mclntyn house west of Frank Wlnkel's and wil move next month. E. P. McElroy is again in charge o the reading room, and the new book are already all in circulation. E. C. Mount & Son have decorated their office window with some of the handsomest cacti and flowers in town A telegram Monday announced a third daughter in the family of Mr and Mrs. Chas, W. Russell at Omaha The Northern Pacific railway is go ing to have a car at LuVerne March 30 to show what IB produced along it line. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. F. Cooke have presented the reading room with a very convenient and elaborate recorc book. Mullica & Ohnstedt's foundry caugh fire last Thursday morning in the roo but, a couple of pails of water did the business. Many old-time friends of Dr. Arm strong have/been visiting him at Irv ington the past week. His ^health Is Improving. The Sioux Oily Journal republishes C. B, Hutchlna' note about optical illusions in THE UPPER DES MOINES two weeks ago. C. A. Mansmlth, the young man who was accidentally shot over, in Cresco some weeks ago, is getting better and will soon bo out. J. H, MoNall returned Thursday from St. Augustine, Fin. He reports Frank in excellent health, foreman oi the Daily News office.: Company F has been notified that the annual encampment will be held for the Fourtti regiment Aug. 1-8. The place will be selected later. C, Barton will move from the Jake Winkel house to the Orville Mlnklei bouse. Jake is expecting to build an addition to bis house and occupy it himself, Dr. Barr writes .from Los Angeles, Cal., that he has been quite sick with grip. He is now in tbat city and likes the change. The girls are In the college there. The plat books of the county, which were discussed some weeks ago, are being delivered, They are well gotten up and are well worth the cost to all who need them, James Patterson says that his town cow beats all the records he has seen. He has sold ¥120 of milk the past year besides all the milk and cream he has used in his own family, Jerre Callahan declared war on the telegraph operator 'at the Milwaukee depot one day lately and the scene with ;he Italians came near being repeated, Peace reigns at present. El more voted for licensing saloons ast week. la Minnesota they have old-fashioned local option elections every spring, Elmpre has been no ipense for ten years before this, The second union service of the _j«rphee was bold Sunday evening at the Baptist phu.reb, Rev. Southwell preaojjtng, The hpuse was prowled and § gppd aermon was listened to. his jdcttej 1 ftefe drunk fttid hud a fr'ee Fdr-ali fight.- Gallagher's" boy had« flfile? chewed off. and the jwkey go badly bruised. Some left for parts un kfffiWh'and 'Sqttffe Raymond went u Mftftday lei attend to those who wer caught. The tie* school bonrd orgnniz? Mdhday evening Hy electing E. E Sutler president, He will appoint hi committees and report them at th next meeting. Mr. Btitlef is eminent ly well qualified for the position. The annual report of Col. Cooke o the small arms practice of the slat shows five sharp shooters In Compan, F, with scores as follows: Walsh* 182 WitfiHth, l?8j Wrtrd( Ifflj Stephensod 173; Burbarik, 1^2; Haggard, 1?1. Gardner Cowles addition to his bom will be quite notlcable. tlelsplannin on taking out the east side entirel,. and nearly doubling his present room This will give him "one of. the larges as well as handsomest homes in town Archie Hutchison is going to build $1,000 house on his farm on the rive east of Burt. Quo. H, Williams has th contract and will begin soon. It wi be one of the handsomest farm house in the county. He builds for A. W Slgsby. Frank Nicoulin is now member of th firm of Lutnble, Baxter & Co. of Bosto dealers In boots and shoes. Their bus ness is to buy of the factories and se to the retailers. Mr. Nicoulin has no taken any active part in the business a yet, but may do so if his time is needec Shoriff Samson received his rowar from Minnesota'Monday for capturin Sam Green, the horse thief, After th expenses were taken out of the $200 h got $164.60, which is quite a vvlndfa these days. He would like to have a the Minnesota horse thieves come t Algona. Marshal Jo. Cosgrove came ove from Wesley Saturday evening wit Will Phillips and Ed. Mursor and do posited them In jail. They saw a llttl safe on the sido walk belonging to Core & Newville and tipped it off, breukin the door. They were taken back fo trial yesterday. The revivalist, Williams, is engage so far ahead that the Algona peopl have engaged H. Corduer of Chicago who will beerin a series of meeting about April 20. L. F. Burnett of Cleve land, Ohio, will lead the singing. Th Baptists, Methodists, and Congregu tionalists join in the meetings, whic may be held in the old rink. • Hager Bros, of Sexton made an as signment Monday. Their liabilitie are put at $4,390 and their assets a $3,066. B. W. Haggard is assignee It is estimated that a forced sale wi pay about 50 cents on the dollar. The have been doing a good business bu have succumbed to hard times. The, are Sexton's pioneer business firm. The Seneca co-operative store ha secured W. J. Brunson as manager and he will take his family to Senec at once. Ho was selected out of 21 ap plicants at a meeting of the director last week. He will be an efficient ma for the place and his family will be a agreeable addition to Seneca. We ar sorry to see them leave Algona, but ar glad they have so good an opening. C. E. Oleson and a number of Buffial citizens were in Algona yesterday clos ing a deal by which the.German Valle creamery goes to a co-operative com pany. Kobs Tjaden is president, Pete E. Johnson secrntary, John Rippentro treasurer, and R. L. Lamoreaux and John Cain directors. They have ove 40 share holders and will have 60 They paid $1,200 for the creamery. On Sunday Ed. Taylor with other young men was at the North western depot as a freight went by They all for fun ran to board the cars and no one made a slip but Ed., whost foot missed the step on the caboose and he fell in between that and the ca ahead. The caboose hit him so as tc throw him out again but his overcoa hung over the track and was qut to strings, He was dragged and tumble^ and besides being very sore is con slderably scratched. It was a close call for him. Saturday morning Fred. Kuhn, th< youngest son of the Kuhn family, wai hauling a load of straw near home He was sitting on the front of the loac driving when his team started down a hill on a run. In attempting to hole them up he pulled himself off the loac and fell under the wheels, two of which passed over his stomach and bowels Be was very seriously bruised and con slderable blood escaped. Dr. Kenne fick was called and it is hoped that he will escape any permanent damage But he is badly hurt, Erick Erickpen, whose head was caught in a hay press two weeks ago, died Friday. He never rallied very much. He leaves a wife and six smal children in destitution.' Nothing new has developed as to the cause of the accident, His little boy was driving ;he horses and the sweep bad gone around once while be was underneath vatohing some part of the machinery. In some way he raised his bead at the wrong time and before the boy pould stop the horses it had been caught and squeezed until be was given a death njury. He was buried Monday, It is pretty definitely' announced that a petition is to be circulated in the Bounty for signatures to permit saloons, f 65 per cent, pf the vpters sign saloons can come in. THE UPPER PES MQINES appreciates very fully the reasons for Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair, •DR; dissatisfaction with the present method of handling the liquof busiheSS, hut it sees no good to come from returning to the saloon system. It hopes that this petition will fail. There will, be, however, a very large number of people who will sign it, who are hot friendly to the liquor traffic, but who taslievo that as long as it goes on it might as well pay a revenue. Henry Dui-ant's book, enticed "Education and Practical Common Sense, Was put on sale Monday morning. It will be perused with interest by all his numerous acquaintances. It presents a number of new views on various phuses of our social life, many of them well worth serious consideration. It Is neatly printed and bound and is sold at a price that brings It within the reach of all. We understand that this is only a beginning In literary work by the author, and that he Is now devoting his time to scientific studies with a view to some day printing a book on Darwin's theory of evolution. J. L. Edmonds has received a number of photographs of un entirely new model bicycle from the factory Bert is connected with in Indiana. It will soon be on the market and promises to revolutionize the bicycle. In this machine the handle bar Instead of < being In front of the rider as on the present wheel, is behind the rider, connecting with the front wheel by a bar. The rider sits et'ect in riding and the curve of the bandies brings them at each side of him his hands being right at his side. In racing be leans forward and the bars lire curved so that the pull Is in direct line with his body, and he holds himself firm in the seat. The position assumed on this machine is so much more graceful than on the old ene that the matter of looks will alone commend it. Michael Pearsall has been an Inmate of the soldiers' home tit Hampton, Va. While there he in some way became engaged in correspondence with one of Kossuth's fair widows. His affections flowed out with his letters and last week he came up to visit his Dulcinea. Whether she had allowed her Imagination full play in describing her charms, or whether he had allowed his imagination to distort vho plain facts she hod sent is not known. All that Is known is that when he saw her he was disappointed. His grief evidently chilled his stomach, suggesting whisky and quinine, and the suggestion WHS not allowed to go to waste. Sunday ho was on the streets showing that the whisky had reached the spot, and Marshal Willey gathered him in and allowed him to meditate on the unrealities of life in the city cage until 'Squire Clarke, upon bis consenting to return again to the sunny south and to pay all costs, allowed him to depart. AMONG- THE ADVERTISERS. Read Grove & Son's new ad. Visit Robinson's hardware store. There were 42 real estate transfers last week. The Wigwam is advertising all over the county this spring. It pays to visit the Wigwam. Buy your clover seed at the J. J. Wilson stand, and sow it as Henry Wallace said. E. ,T. Murtagh sold a half section in Burt and Fenton last week for $10,500. That is a pretty good figure. Chicago prices have slackened a little, but hogs go at $3.50; corn, 16c, and oats, 14o, still in the local market. Hamilton's lumber yard is headquarters for tile, fence posts, and everything the farmers want for spring use. A. F. Daile_y is getting out a well drilling machine after a design of his own. Mullica & Ohnstedt are at work making it. Jo. Misback was in Sioux Falls yesterday with a full line of spring cloaks and wraps. He is on the road representing James Taylor. Algona is likely to have a new wrinkle this spring, a bicycle livery. C. J. Brown is figuring on putting in one half dozen each of men's and ladies'bicycles for rent. It ought to pay. The Mullica & Ohnstedt foundry has a heavy casting this week to make for Minnesota parties and another for Rock Rapids parties. More than half their business comes from distant towns. A little girl came to the editor's hotfse and modestly asked, " Do you take THE UPPER DES MOINES?" When assured that we did, she asked farther, "Will you let me have the coupon in it to get flower seeds at Doxsee's store?" James Taylor went to Chicago Monday to select his spring goods. He expects to be back Friday or Saturday, and will bring a lot of.spring hats and a Chicago trimmer with him. Miss Molntyre, who has been here before, is now in Dakota and will not be here. Emmetsburg is putting in some new creamery machinery, . The Reporter says: W. Spurbeok, of the firm of Spurbeck &.Lamben of Algona, w&s an Em* raetsburg visitor Tuesday and Wednesday, Be came over to see the creamery company in regard tP getting the contract of putting in the supplies..., Samuel Reed of Des Mpines, but formerly ofAlgona, was an Emmetsburg visitor, Wednesday. He came up to bid pn putting in the machinery fpr the preamery, ANQTIEB MILE! 8TQBY, He and A, A, IJrunson Meet ,.„ _ Moines »t the Stnte Convention, The Bancroft Register tells the foj. owing story; Bailey of the Britt Tribune was at the recent state convention, as was also A. A. Brunson of Algona, There was a scarcity pf tickets, and Jrunson was complaining to Bailey, at he caucus before the convention njet, an beth , { $J?° 1i y §t ww^d a ticket, 3ailey told him nPt tp wprry, he'd fix t; and taking a card f row his. pocket, raceeded to Vte A. A?« iwt "- d it to biBBi god told hiro'tolirflsent °j??_ ^ M rrt e « W3 >a forthwith, Aprew tbf . It w&9 expected" that bj.feeguji belore this, pee etpry, _„_ kw been very sick to'eprne tj ffle with w of tb§ , wauy te et Kgji,: Her frleftdj will ftope fpr % *™ I ^"v nrv* M.V«^K JLv?^.^^Ww^^t^^ d IP. reag, an or the pass, "fee curd reid as jftie.-TbJi is t, „„„, frunaon s. eBtltled to tie ^«^wSfflRffTi53fiaBaH Uf,*H^f,jj[»UW|iPflw» MOST PBRPffiT Economy is Gain," OR "A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned." Come and examine the L/ © We guarantee it to give the same light, and u^e one-half as much oil as the ordinary lamp. One in use every night at our store, TELEPHONE 47. Walker Bros. FINANCIAL. Beposlts received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H, 1NUHA11, President; J. B, JONES, Vice President; LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier Directors—Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrischilles, Lewis H. Smith, J, W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. First national Baal of Alpna. CAPITAL $50,OOC AMBROSE A. CALL President I WM. K. FERGUSON.... Casliler I). H. UUTOII1NS Vice President I 0. D. SMITH.... Asst. Cahhier Directors—D. H. Hutchins, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweiler, F. H. Vesper, Ambrose A. Call, B. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. Special attention given to collections. ifttvtm and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, C. 0. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbrafth, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Cooke. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. £&~iuterest paid on time deposits. GKHO. O. Six per cent. Merest oil Time for money left three months or more. Money always on hand to loan on first mortgages, second mortgages, and good collaterals. Notes bought. ALGONA, IOWA. Foundry and Machine Shop, ZMZ-ullica <Ss Olmsted.t, IFrops. We do repairing of all kinds.' Iron and brass casting and boiler work done on short notice Threshing outfits repaired promptly. We are here to stay. Mall orders promptly attended. Bull pinion for Case power, and horse power knuckle, a specialty. Shop east of Rutherford &CVXiXjKiA. do Oi House. ALQONA, IOWA. NSURANGE. Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Offlce over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Eaplds, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York,' Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Bockford of Bockford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. GEO. M BAILEY. AIL FEEE. Those who have used Dr, King's Nev Discovery know its value, and those wh have not have now the opportunity to try i free. Call on the advertised druggist an get a trial pottle, free. Send your nam and address to H. E, Bucklen & Co., Chica go, and get a sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills, free, as well as a copy pf Guide to Health and Household Instructor, free All of which is guaranteed to do you gooc and cost you nothing. Sold at L. A. Sheetz drug store. 4 FREE PJLIS. Send your address to H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box o Dr. King's New Life Pills, A trial wil convince you of their merits. These pijis are easy in action anu are particularly ef feotive in the cure of constipation and sick headache, Fpr malaria apfl liver trouble they have proved invaluable, They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely veg etable. They do not weaken by their ac won, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly In vlgorftte the system. Regular size1850. per box, Sold by Dr. L. A Sheetz, druggist, 4 . , -_„„.. _ ARNICA S4JjYE, The best salve in the world for bruises, puts, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns an<3 w skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay requireq. it U guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction pr money refunded. Price 85o a box. Sold by L. A. Sheetz. Mllfe, Beginning March J, 1896, we will sell 86 milk Pheoks for $ J, and 13 for 50o each check gopd for one quart pf milk, deUvered in any part pf town. At the same time we shall reduce pur price pn QRJ8AM tP 60o « gallpn, 15p ^ quart, Milk and pream may be ordered by.Wphpn? I, A, Drugs and Medicines, P, L. SLAQLE, Manufacturer and dealer in Harness, Saddles, Whips, and all Harness goods. Also a full line of DR. JOSEPH HAAS' REMEDY FOR HOG CHOLERA. arn. Grass Leases, sls^^^ a ^ w ^ l W ^SBys^w^^^^iS an entire piece w aeseribeeT below? All rentals must be paydble on delivery of tte> lease, Nwqro;...,, » eo ^ Neqrof.. 17 Nworof ... .,,....,4.1 _ ..... Neqr of ............... Jo NwVof....... . .......... To Swqrof ............. .......... in ......... 3w or of ........ Bhfofse qr of. 3 . Nwqrof... ........ ............... n ' WM. H, INQBAM, KSS^wW'fSWong

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