The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 29, 1896 · Page 8
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"" ifttv ^'^?||?f ^, y^fT^y^, &$- 'n *P5 Tttt WHBK '* - M01KJB* IOWA, •TOli V 1898, People That Are Wise .-^ - •" *^ ' ? , Lose no time in getting on the band wagon, ,| , The same kind of wisdom is what prompts |? ; them to keep up with the procession and Buy Madelia Flour, thekind 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, Block. James Patterson. |d Saturday. Some tfeeks ago Henry Miebiiel left hifi family ftftd fan, a«riiy. He ttas wofrking for Lon Kennedy and got good wages, bnt couldn't make ends meet, and decided to lose his iaefltUy and begin over. Saturday Mrs. Michael's household goods were sold for f-ent. Half the wodd don't khofr how the other half lives. Swelling as a citizen and ns art Attof- ney. A happy marriage was celebrated at the home of Oapt. Foster yesterday mornifig, J. H. Foster of Buffalo Center and Miss Emma Barslou of Bancroft being united by Rev. Landis. The groom is editor of the Buffalo Center m«.M..* H n n V.fan4UiS«i t\t /"4*tfrti tlVtaiAl* ti*\A RAILWAY TIMS CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL. For the benefit of those who weigh on our city scales we Iiave fixed it so anyone can see the weigh bar when on the scales. Yours for business, Anderson' & Stebbins. J. C. Anderson. G. J. Stebhins. j TRAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at ...................... 8 ,'5G a m No. 0 departs at ...................... 4 :01 p m Freights that carry passengers- No. 93 dapartsat .................... 12:05am No. 71 departs at .................... 0:33pm No. 05 departs at ............ . ........ 8:20 pm TRAINS BAST. No. 2 departs at..... ................. 10:37 am No. 4 departs at ...................... 6 :33 p m Freights that carry passengers- No. 70 departs at .................... 8:20pm No. 94 departs at ..................... 2 :06 p m B. F. HEDRIOK, Agent. South— CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERK. Diphtheria has developed on Mie John Hehf-y fairm northeast of Algona. Three little boys are dovvti, two Dally boys and one Johnson, aged eight, four, and three years. Dr. Ketieflek is at* tending' them and a strict quarantine is maintained. The • Algotia. priiititig offices have been engaged in getting out the briefs and arguments in the case between Dr. Lacy and the county for the supreme court. It is quite a Voluminous affair. It will furnish, the judges good reading matter this fall, * While up at the hikes a week ago G. F.'Peek made a short estimate of the depth of the water he was diving into, and when he got out he found that his hand has been quite badly out on a piece of shell. He will dive in deeper water hereafter. Some years ngo Mr. Stephenson suffered from a sun stroke and since then in hot weather his head has troubled him. Last week at his own request he was sent to Independence for treatment at the asylum. His partner, Jim Stacy, has charge of the store. Old Mrs. Finnegan has been troubled for some time with mental vagaries, and has been taken to her son's home. She thinks Mr. Finnegan is still alive, and that she often converses with him. It is hoped that she will recover without the necessity of going to an asylum. A runaway team last week was attracted by something in Samuel Reed's yard in the south of town and turned in so as to strike a post of the porch fairly. This is the third runaway that has turned in along that block, and as there are usually a lot of children out. it is a wonder they have escaped. Freight 7:10 a m Pass 8:04 am Mixed l:12pm Mixed 8:00 pin North- Mixed 7:10 a in Freight 11:25 a m Pass 2:49p m Mixed 10:47p m *. H. VKSPBR, Agent. SZEMEMBER I am still in the Ice Business. ¥ ' Prices as low as anybody's. Good service or no pay. Peter Winkel. P. L. SLAG-LE, Manuf acturer 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 er chickens. Come and see me, at new stand, adjoining Christensen's livery barn. THE LOCAL FIELD. W. C. T. U. meets Aug. 5. The school ma'ms come Monday. The circus drew the biggest crowd that has ever been in Algona. The opera house company expects to get Keene for sure this season. The W. C. T. U. will serve ice cream to the teachers on Supt. Reed's lawn, Aug. 7. The Congregational Sunday school is to picnic Friday, setting out at 10 o'clock. There were more drunk men in Algona Monday than we have seen in many weeks. The prompters of the lecture course for the reading room were selling tickets last week. Geo. E. Clarke will fish for trout in the Maine lakes for about a month. Then he and Mrs. Clarke will return to Algona. Dr. Garfield has been appointed to the vacancy in the pension examining board. No fitter appointment could have been made. John Lindblom of Eagle Lake township was in Algona not long ago. He says that Russian thistles are very thick in his section. The authorities of the town have posted notices. The Swea City Herald says every farm along the state line is full of them. They blow over from Minnesota. Corn and grain fields are badly filled. The clouds and rain of Sunday here were evidences of big storms both east and west. Big washouts occurred at Sioux City and near Dubuque. The Milwaukee track was hit again, and the morning train Monday was five hours late. This was particularly unlucky for the circus excursionists over east, who had to come on freight trains. Auctioneer Haggard was not quite himself Saturday. B. W. was out with a BulPs Eye camera to get some snap shot pictures of some of his characteristic attitudes, and for a long time he stood perfectly straight and kept his hands down. But after a while he forgot and soon warmed up to his best style. A half dozen good pictures were secured. Company F will start for Manhattan beach, Okoboji, Saturday morning with colors flying. Dr. Morse attends as surgeon, Col. Cooke is already at the lakes, and Mr. and Mrs. Tellier will go to see that the boys are well fed. We expect to report that the rifle team comes back with both the silver cups won at the last encampment. The shooting will come next week. Good Painting . OI3I3 . I have been Jn Algona IS years, and my work done during that time speaks for itself, I am still prepared to give the same flcsi-clasB service as ever, and solicit your patronage. HOUSE PAINTING AND ..... PAPER HANGING I devote special at tenfton to, and also do carriage paint- Ing, kalspminlng, etc. fffShop on Call street, E, G, BOWVER, SLOW at the new stand in the Boston block, has a complete stock of FINE JEWELRY, GRADUATED OPTICIAN, ;;'. v |»es tested free of charge, t,arge line of op "*£ tloaigopds ajwayp on hW * w -•,j Sqpairfag of fm wtvhes « PETTIBQNE, Bead Stones, Monuments, 0| JNQ. PAY, A telegram Monday announced the death of Wm. G. Clarke's litttle boy at Lincoln, Nebr. This is his second loss. A little girl remains. The Presbyterian ladies took in $89 at their dinner Monday, and they feel highly pleased. They extend thanks to all who assisted them. Art. Allen carries one'hand tied up on splints. He got it into the machinery of his ice cream freezer lately and broke the bone just below his first finger. Rev. S. P. Marsh, formerly pastor of the Methodist church, will preach for Rev, Southwell at the union meeting next Sunday evening at the Congregational church. Episcopal church; Sunday school, 10 a, m.; morning services, 11 a. m. Subject; "Jewish Sabbath and Christian Sunday," German service at 4 p, m. All are invited. The plasterers are at work on Frank Hedrick's house at Sexton. It will soon be completed, and everybody says Prank has one of the handsomest homes in the county. The republican county convention comes Sept. 11, in about six weeks. The officers to be nominated are a clerk, auditor, recorder, county attorney, and two supervisors. The Sons of Veterans will re-organize tonight with 54 members and, a new charter. They were organized three years ago but let the work drop, They start in now with a strong epolety, Peter Purvis bought a horse last Saturday at the au'ction for five, cents, It wasn't much of a horse, but Jake Winkei valued U at more tbw that and gave Mr. Purvis 85 coots for bis bargain, Marshal Bpran has Tony kittle put, ting in ?0 days on the streets and John Flanders 10 for breaking jail- Besides Wesley furnishes an abje bodied weed puller. The streets are being well gleaned up, P, A. laggard shewed faith, fa hip words, Saturday, He. baugbt one pf the horses, he was auctioning oft. • It cost M6, wdwWteft.mtte BUT, 9wee B i@|; sprainedjthin. in flsil*, and old, It was a Chas. Pooch of Creeco is before 'Squire Taylor this morning- to answer to the charge of assailing some of his neighbors with a knife, monkey wrench, stones, fists, and otherwise. It seems to have been a neighborhood quarrel in which women took part. Pooch, for all his equipment, got the largest distribution of black eyes and bruises. Will Smith is the complaining witness. Over at Wesley last week the section men on the Milwaukee struck for a raise in wages, from $1.25 to $1.50. They did not get the extra quarter and so began to loaf, ending up in the cala- boose for being drunk and quarrelsome. Pour got $10 and costs and two got $5 and costs. They are considerably worse off than they would have been if they had stuck to work at $1.25 a day, County Attorney Raymond announces himself as a candidate for renomination this week, He has been a faithful public official, devoting his time to his office, and prosecuting criminals with strict impartiality and without any hesitation. He has lots of friends in the county and we predict that he will be very strong in the convention. No mistake will be made if his name is again on the ticket. While driving down from the picnic at H. J. Gilbert's last Wednesday Mrs. J, R. Jones and Mrs. Lenette Butler had their carriage upset by an unruly horse, Mrs, Butler extricated herself at once and in lifting the carriage top to let Mrs, Jones out, suffered a strain, When she arrived at home her hurt was not considered serious, but during the week she has been suffering from nervous prostration, At present she }s much improved. The land trade for the Brunswick hotel fell through last week and a law suit for 1500 commission has been begun by the Grove land company. The The Minnesota man made out a written contract and signed it covering the details of his proposition, kater be slipped into the office-and gathered the contract up and refused to wake a new one. This looked as though be had never meant to trade and the matter will be heard in court. Of all the foolish stories about the c. it. j^und affairs, the most foolish is that of bie having gone to Denmark. 'P*? qofflB wae burled. And has, gained ponae credence and, in. the east part of the county parties claim to have opened the grave aud found ft lot <rf took.' FranJ P^g foft4 $a refute tfeis story ^nd swear j he «aw Mr. tod 1 dead. We hew be^iyed gruuui 10 euitur ui nuo jLjuiLttiir xycuuoi Tribune, a brother of Capt. Foster, and a young man of excellent ability. The bride is daughter of & Well known early settler in Kossuth and a very attractive young lady. The happy couple have many congratulations oh their start out in matrimony. As though the hail storm wer« hot enough to "insure Perry Burllngiime a vacation he was not anxious for, a worm, that many think is the army worm, is eating what is left of bis crdp. He is ploughing under a field of oats, but does not notice that it relieves the situation much. He brought in a sample of the worms last week, We do not-know what kind they are, but their looks Condemn them ki nny event. The army worm is doing great dnmitge north and east of us. > LuVerne goes today to Lake Tetonkti for a cheup excursion, the round trip costing but $2. The Andrews Opera company owns the hotel there and is giving Pitmfore every evening on a barge on the lake. They are getting up the excursion. The day will be filled with pleasure. On the fine track at the park there will be a bicycle tournament, trotting, pacing and running races. At the lake there- will be a sensational plunge by a hfjrh diver from a 50-foot pedestal, a race between two yachts for the championship and a novel water cycle race. The buy will bo illuminated by calcium lights of 10,000 candle power and a display of Pain's world-famous fireworks. It is reported that Geo. R. Cloud -is under arrest. This is a sad ending to what promised to be a successful career in Algona. While demoralized by whisky Mr. Cloud 1ms spent several hundred dollars collected for eastern firms, and they have come on for their money. His fatber-in-lavv, Dr. White, is expected in Algona today to do what he can to make a settlement. Mr. Cloud is a young man of ability and integrity when' in his right mind. When he came to Algona he had made an heroic effort to reform and for several months succeeded. It was while on a flshing trip with an old friend from Nevada that the appetite seized him again. His own story for it is that he was taken sick, and in the medicine which the doctor gave him was brandy. A small dose sufficed, and his downfall was steady and deplorable. BASE BALL NOTES. ' Frank Parish is business manager for the Algona nine. The Algona club went to Britt yesterday to play the Britt team. Will Salisbury fanned out 13 men in Saturday's game. He is a good man in the box. There has been talk of getting the Mayturnsand Swartz back this season again to play with Algona. Lawyer Curtis, who has bought Geo. R. Cloud's business, is an expert ball player. He was catcher for the state university team the past year. The Eagle Grove team came up Saturday and played Algona. It was a game of errors but Algona won by 16 to 13. A return game will be played at Eagle Grove Friday. The first ball game in Algona for the season was played Friday. The Buffalo Center nine came down and beat our team in a close game by a score of seven to six. Wilkinson and Clausen came from Des Moines as battery and did good work. But the Buffalo Center nine were in better practice and won put in the last inning. The score by innings was as follows: AlKpna 3 1002010 0-6 Buffalo Center ..,.0 2003000 2—7 AMONG THE ADVERTISERS. ' Galbraiths are selling all their remnants at cut prices. The china decorators will find some fine pieces of Haviland at Groves.' The Brunswick hotel and C. J, Brown have a new line of 'busses which run to that house exclusively. Brownell has some new signs on his front. They announce that he now makes shoes to order, Last week we had the Button store at Irvlngton selling cheese at $1.10 a pound in half the edition. That would be pretty rich cheese, Doxsee has gotten up a bicycle dis* play for his show window equal t obis Santa Claus, The bicycle wheels are a couple of grind stones. In spite of the talk about seven cent oats, 14 cents is being paid in Algona, and the new orpp is only a little cheap' er Jn Chicago than the old, Corn brings 16 cents, wheat 45, barley }5. Flax is away down worth now but 55 cents, Hogs are low, $2.50 to $2.60. A out of four cents a hundred has been made by the railroads on all ship* ments going to the seaboard. Jt is made under protest by the local roads, ana will only last as long as competition forces it, As long as It does last it adds two cents or more a bushel to the local market far grain. FINANCIAL. Kossuth County State Bank, OA*4*.A*» *S6,006. uLlxS- toeposlts Deceived, money loaned, fofelgn and domestic exchange bought tlons made promptly, find a general banking business transacted. Pas fi-om the old coiintHes fold at lowest tates. W&L H. IftatiAM frcsl.rent; 3. B. JofrES Vice President Lfc^IS and Sold assage tickets B "K-KOTS Lfc^IS ft. SMifft , Lewis M.&nlth , First National Bank of Algona, O.UHfAL.... a.aiDK\jaii A.. TJALL .President I D, H. HUTClUfrS Vice President | fates to f artie8 Cashier Ambrose A. first-class security. Algona State Bank. ..,<:,<, ami Directors— A, D. Clarke, President. C. C. Chubb, Vice Pl-est., Thos. H. Lantfy, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbralth, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenclt, Thos. F. Cooke. CASH CAPITAL, 450,000. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETf DEPOSIT TAVMS. gg^Interest paid oa time deposits. GKE3O. CL Six per cent Interest on Time Deposits for money left three months or more. Money always on hand to loan on first mortgages, se mortgages, and good collaterals. Notes bought. second ALGONA, IOWA. The Algona Deposit & Loan Assn. wm GUARANTEE Call at offices for particulars. . Offices over Algona State Bank PER CENT, interest MINNESOTA Farm Lands. We offer for sale 160 acres of rolling prairie land; eight miles north of Minneota, In Lyon County, Minn., 120 acres suitable for cultivation, 40 acres of which is now cultivated, balance natural meadow. No buildings. Soil is dark, sandy loam, quality guaranteed. Will accept $11 PER ACRE, one-fourth cash, balance on time if desired. First come first served. For further particulars write to BAYARD, DEUEl & CO,, Owners, 602 Pioneer Press, ST. PAUL, MINN. PROFESSIONAL. ^•^^^•^^ s^^ *^^^^^ CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Cowies' new building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT L'AW, Office in Hoxle-Ferguson bljok. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. Doxsee & Foster, -AJfostracts, . Estate, . and. Ixis-u.ran.ee. Office in Geo. 0. Call Building. The State University J. C. RAYMOND. ERNEST C. RAYMOND- RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. L. K. OARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, State St., one door east of Cordlnuley Residence, McGregor st., east of the • public school building. F. L. TRIBON, M. D., , Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence in the Boston Block (in the new block.) H. C. MoCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Residence, McGregor street. Office with Dr Garfleld. OF THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS Will begin the year 1895-96 •* On September 18. For particular information as to the respective departments address as follows : ^Collegiate-Charles A. Sohaeffer, president, Law— Emlin McOlain, chancellor, Iowa City. Medical^. W. Harriman, M. P., secretary of faculty, Iowa City. * Homoeopathic Medical— J| G. Gilohrist, M D., registrar of faculty, Iowa City. T JS,o ni*'~ At 0> Hunt > D - D - S,, dean of faculty, io PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. E. S. GLASIER, D. D. S,, SURGEON DENTIST, Office over the State Banlt, Algona, Iowa. ^ Pharmaceutical— E. &, Boerner, Ph. G,, dean of faculty, jowa City. n^*f p SS? e * 'A* 1 - 1 departments are reasonable, Cost of board in private families, »3 to »5 per week ; Jn clubs, «2 to »3,50 per week. * aittUs a ftta ' IOKUes or foy « e »w»l Information CHARLES A. SCHAEFFER, President, The Fan Tan IS A Highest Honors—World's Fslr, Clear Havana For 5 Cents, The only clear Havana 5-cenl; cjgar in Algona. DENTIST. A, L. RIST, D. D. S. Local anaesthetic foi deadening pain in gums when extracting teetti, DR. PRESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat City, Io-wa. Operations performed. Diseases treated. Spectacles fitted, ^•"Will be at Algona Monday, Aug. 10. Sportsman's Game , CHAIUBERS, Factory No. 71, State at-, south of court house REAM STEAM ^ GASOLINE jjestjc Cigar SCHU & WATERHQUSf. M. p. BAQGARp, Haggard & Peek, [Sjieeessors to Jones $ §«j}t]i.l Abstracts, Real

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