The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 15, 1896 · Page 8
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That Are Wise [A |^Lose rio time in getting on the band wagon, • '****'- same kind of wisdom is what prompts to keep up with the procession and • Buy Madelia Flour, the kind made at Madelia, Minn., and which positively has no superior in this market, We sell it, Our grocery stock is just as complete as it can be. James Patterson. Cowles Block V- We have a few pair of Ladies' Shoes e e e e « we-are-setling very cheap to close them out. ANDERSON & STEBBINS. i South of eaurt house. KEMEMBER .lam still in the Ice Business. ,; Prices as low as anybody's. •' Good service or no pay. > Peter Winkel. THE LOCAL FIELD. • P. L. SLAGLE, Manufacturer and.dealer in Harness, Saddles, Whips, and all Harness goods. Also a full line of Trunks, Grips, and Telescopes. Repairing neatly and promptly done. I sell DR. JOSEPH HAAS' ; REMEDY FOR HOG CHOLERA, positively the best remedy for cholera In hogs or chickens. Come and see me, at new stand, adjoining Christeiisen's livery barn. food Painting I have been Jn Algona 1 2 years, and my r;work done during that time speaks for itself. I am still prepared to give the same first-class service as ever, and ., solicit your patronage. PAINTING AND I devote special at tention t«i and also do carriage paint.. Ing, kalBomlning, etc. i ty* Shop on pall street } E. G, BOWYEB, ft $ow at tbe new stand in tbe Boston block, f- , , bas a complete s^ool? of W. C. T. U. will meet July 22. Let's have a good lecture course this winter. All in favor subscribe for a ticket. Miss Josie Pettibone has organized a large class to study china painting and decorating. Algona ami Buffalo Center play ball on the hitter's grounds tomorrow. A good game is promised. J. P. Fohlin was partially overcome by the heat yesterday, but no serious results are likely to follow. Last night's refreshing rain came when most needed. The only trouble about it is there wasn't enough. At last someone has broken out of pur jail in a new way. We admire the inventive spirit of the latest wanderers. Chicago is all torn up over "long and short" burglars. Algona has discovered the long kind and is now on the watch for the short. John Nelson was blasting Monday for Oieo. Simpkins near the poor farm and rot his face and hands full of powder by a premature discharge. A wedding between one of Algona's jest business men and one of Burl's mndsomest young ladies' is rumored. We cannot get at any details. ,, Thad. Whitehill is dying of consumption. He has not slept naturally or several weeks. County Physician McCormack has him in charge." Company P camps at Manhattan beach on West, Okoboji. Capt. Foster has received bis orders. Camp comes Aug. 8, and a pleasanter place to go to could not be found. Between the silver discussion and the Lund matter the man with nothing to do finds his time fully occupied! It is a question which of the two themes is the greater in interest. Marriage licenses have been issued to W. D. Scott and Delia M. Phillips, H. A. Halverson and Jurand Mikkelson, Jas. McGovern and Mary Bride, Mesman Reese and Edith Brandt. Seventeen years ago the Singling circus consisted of Al. and two other performers, who made the villages and hired a wagon to take them to the next place after they were through with their entertainment. A careful canvass of the town during the heat of Monday failed to discover a man who asked "Is this hot enough for you?" There is a well grounded hope that the last one of this species has met a violent death. The opening suit in the Lund affair was before Judge Quarton Monday, Geo. E. Clarke for Buss asked to have a judgment taken by Lund for Russ transferred by tbe administrator, Sullivan & McMahon for other .creditors resisted. Tony Little was down by the mill last Friday with a sporting rifle. In some way a cartridge burst and broke the breach and part of the shell struck Tony in the upper Up, making a bad cut. He got it patched and has since been very lively, Mrs, James Patterson, who bas lived east of Algona lor some years, died last Friday. She was prostrated by a paralytic stroke. Her daughter, Mrs, Lewis of Milwaukee, canae with. her children in response to a telegram. Mrs, Patterson was highly esteemed by all who knew her. Geo. E. Clarke has not been appear' ing on that bicycle, and be was interviewed on the subject Monday, His explanation is that tbe wheel came with drop bandies and that they catch his knees as be rides. A wore eleva* t ed handle bap has been n>rd,ered,, When it comes be will join tbe gro'wing ranks of bicyclers, AS one pf j, M. Cowan's helpers was driving a stake at the new school house site, tb§ bead pf bii waul came j, M, was holding the stake &na fqiwely untor the.maul, a,Bd got a ra» tba^ »fi»ld ftaye k{jje4 joj f pf % 6 n, A - J "SHnd was out'in t&e "tgp of bif fluJfaedld.SPtJaHftad was SQQB HOUSE to rent. 10 Inquire of Louis LESSOTG. WE are after your crockery trade. Come and see it we aren't. M. Z. Grove & SOD, Money. I am loaning money on farm lands at six percent, interest. Only a small charge will be made for procuring this cheap money. The borrower can have the privilege of paying off all or any part of bis mortgage at the time of paying interest. J. J. BYAN. Office over the postoffi.ee, Algona, Iowa, THE nicest water set you ever saw for the money at M, Z. Grove & Son's. Ice Notice, The price of ice has been restored to $> cents a hundred, except in ton lots. PETER WWKEL. 16t2 CHAS, MAGNUSSQN, WREN you see the name "Parish" it roaHes you think of bicycles, He has wheels to rent. 16 WE have a nice line of ties for ladles,' ehirt waists. Geo. L, Galbraith those water Grove $ Son's, at 99 cents at Awarded Highest Honor^WQrJtr* Fair, •DIV locked, Mf. Land was still ftilirep* aftd lH Ibfi interval Sdfirtonfi slipped IB, A bait dozen were robbed in tbe Julian house in the same way that inofnlng, f ofiy Little find John Flandefs were attested by the mafahat Saturday even- itlg for being df-Uhk find were put in jail. Sunday mottling they were not there. They had pushed out the old furnace flue in the floor under* the sheriff's office, Bet their bedstead oil end and climbed tip into the airier and ffiore Cdnlfortable room above. Fidtfl that they sought the free air of heaven through a window, and are 'still at large, and, if they can get anything, still drunk, we venture. Bancroft had ft Fourth accident. A travelling man, Ji P. Vogel of Dubuque, toyed with a giant fire cracker. The Register records that the flesh of his forefinger was blown away, leaving the bone as babe as if scraped, and his whole hand was badly cut Up; his face was also peeled and cut by the force of the dynamite, though luckily his eyes Were not injured. Dr. Walters was called out of the hall and dressed his injuries, and the next morning he took the train for his home at Dubuque. C. D. Best and Ellison Black ford started yesterday afternoon by team for a trip into central and northern Minnesota. Their outfit is a veritable house on wheels, in which, is their sleeping apartment, together with ample room for the storage of gdods and edibles such as may be required for the trip. Thpy go'prepared to take life comfortably, and will gather in such work as tbey may find in the Minnesota harvest fields, after which an effort will be made to secure some of the cheap land offered up there. There is reason to believe they will have a pleasant journey. The Randolph, Iowa, Register says: Mr. J. W. Dilts of Randolph and Miss Luella Andruss of Iryington, Kossuth county, were married Tuesday, June30, at the residence of the bride's parents. The newly wedded pair arrived in Randolph Wednesday afternoon and in the evening they were tendered a reception by relatives and a few" friends at tbe residence of Mr. J. H. Wylie. Later they were the recipients of a serenade from the band. Mr. and Mrs. Dilts will soon be at home to their friends on east Randolph street. The Register extends its earnest congratulations. We are shown a copy of the Southold, N. Y., Traveler which makes a pleasing mention of Rev. Joseph Newton Hallock, editor of the Christian at Work and a brother of Mrs. Dr. Hudson of this place. He has recently received the honorary degree of D. D. from Ursinus college of Collegeville, Pa. He is recognized as a writer of much force, and has published several works which have secured a wide circulation chiefly as a result of their value as contributions to the standard literatsre of the day. Rev. Hallock has visited in Algona and is kindly remembered by many who met him." Committees have been appointed to canvass the town for tickets for a fine lecture course to be given this winter.' The plan is to sell at least 200 at §1.50 each for five entertainments. This will insure high class talent. Gardner Cowles, Mrs, Thos. F. Cooke, and Rev. Sinclair are the committee, and have in view Rev. Gunsaulus, Bishop Fowler, and such like speakers, a musical program and a Shakespearian reading. The committees to canvass the town are for the First ward, Jessamine Jones, Mrs. Platt, Cornie Ingham; Second ward, Mrs. Hay, Louise McCoy, Mabel Smith; Third ward, Misses Hancock and Jordan; Fourth ward, Mrs. Setchell, Lulu Clarke, Kate Lantry. ' i ' " * XotJce. All persons owing me on book account please call at once. Hereafter all bills must be paid monthly. 16t4 CYHUS ST. JOHN, Algona. From June 30, to July 17, inclusive, the Chicago, Milwaukee &St, Paul Ry. will sell excursion tickets to Spirit Lake for $£80, return coupons good until July J9. R INGLING BROS .fBP^I . J JC^PI T*™^^ "^5pP@|^™^ PrHl^^flm fflWJ J^wJ .^WW .-ji '• ^^^^^^^ p^w^^H^p^ . ^^^ ^^B^\ . ^^jpsBf!^ '^^'^fflpBSpP*'^ O VV » finrojw's Greatest tod ftighest <i SalaHedAtrobatlcSeasatTon, If A Whole Famllj- of GJmnlc Mat- V els performing in evening dress 8 1)A (JOttAS Parisian Aertaltsts. KMS, J6S. tE fliEUfi i>a.ri*g Somer_ sault Diver. 9 LANDAUlBS Picturesque Posers. HtEftOll FAMlIi¥ Bicycle Experts. 1TLLE IBWIS, *he Human Top. | J0 OflAMPIOl? BlfifcES AfrO HUNDREDS OF OTHER HlOII-Cr,ASS AREN1C SPECIALISTS. Superb Spectacular Festival of Olympus 1000. PEOPL CIRCUS ANCIENT ROMAN HIPPODROME! | A *<°*°^^°< p-«^ «&*.. together ^Ytth the racing glories of the modern turf. ' rIOST COMPLETE ZOOLOGICAL DISPLAY ON EARTH! A milSfon dollar menagerie, embracing the only Giant Giraffe in America monster blood exuding Hippopo amus, and hundreds of other rare wild beasts, exWWted In massive superbly-carved and gold illuminated cages. uu " eu STUPENDOUS ' GRANDEST FREE PARADE ever seen on the streets of any cltv, leares the show irrotmds at 10 o clock on the morning of the exhibition. Gorgeously resplendent spectacle »°SS™ ?n kaleidoscopic review under the sheen of a thousand shimmering banner?! Dmi'l p TWO COMPLETE PERFORMANCES DAILY A AND 8 O'CLOCK. 50-CENT ALL the Gomfed Shows, CHILDREN UNDER 12, HALF PRICE. Exclusion Rates on All Railroads. — WILL EXHIBIT AT' o-o •i a &f tE \ Wr.piae'ey's .drugstore without extra.HQ 2oc additional. Other shows charge double price. PROFESSIONAL. CLARKE & COHENOUB, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block. •FINANCIAL. Kossuth County State Bank, j?S50,000. Deposits received, money loaned, i WM. H. JNGHAJt, President; and domestic -axchange bought and sold Collets ° dCle ° DANSON & BUTLER, LAiW. LOANS. LAND: Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Cowlss' new building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-Ferguson bljck;. E. V. SWETTINO, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J, C. HiYMOSD. EUNEST 0. RAYMOND & R AY M ON EH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algonay Iowa. L, K. OARFIELD, M. D v , PSysiOIAN AND S.UK&EON, Office, State at,, one door east of Cordinsley. Residence, McGregor sti east of the public school building•F, L. TRIBON, M, "»v," Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SUMMON, and residence in the Boston Block, (In the new block.), • H, Q. HoCQY, Wt, p., AND Sesidence, MoGvegoy street, oaice with Dr. _ Garfleld. PHY5IPIAN AND SURGEON E, Q. , P, D, §„ Qffl9e prey the State Bftflij. Algpna, J 0 w ft . y.wi.iinju|jj»u«jj* OB, .PBPTPN, Bki 2111 J. B. JONES, Vice President; G ' B ™™' J " B " Jone * T " LEWIS H. SMITH Cashier Lewis H. Smith, J. First National Bank of Algona. CAPITAL .............................. 850.00C Phi »P D °™» er . vesper, Ambrose A, Algona State Bank, Officers and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, 0. 0. Chubby Vice Brest., Tbos. H. Lantry, Casbler, Geo. L. Gaitoraitb, Fred. M. M3ilei l . Myron Scbenclc. Thos. F. Cootee, GASH CAPITAL, $50,000. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS, ^"Intecest pal« on tjine aeposlts. Six per cent Interest on Time Deposits for money left three months or more, Money always on hand to loan on first m mortgages, and good collaterals. Notes s, second iought. The Algaaiv Deposit & Loan ASSU, Call at QfBoe's for partloula»8i 8 OWceg over Aigonsi state BanU PER OENT.fatere a t ear M, P..BAGCAHD. 0, Haggard & Peek» [Successors to Jones & Smith.] Abstracts, Real Cplkations, , JOWA, GIT WATER OR NO PAY, Sportsmans is. wmww&ftm SCHU & WATEBHQUSE, Doxsee & Foster,

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