The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 30, 1896 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 30, 1896
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** ' \ ?• 4? i "'^.^M ~\ ,, ~ ** ' r i- ~^ **"' -. \ ' -' £ ^' "_•* T . " " "' * " _ (.*' ( *»*,*-. *" " i -'" £ $ V 1 -* > * 'i *" r * v> '" > " '* ^"~ *" l °~' 1 i r - "*" "'•>• "* -^' ^ * V*^t'- ^ ^ ' ^J ' -* 1 ''% *" % 1 *t*'35 L ^^- *'" : '" "' " APPLES. APLES. Sweet Apples, Sour Apples, Big Apples, Little Apples, all kinds of apples—a whole barrel for only $ .... : at... 6:33 pm S:20pm . „ „ at 16:8?am at...v.. 6:98 pm t depart* at 3:05pm R.F.HaPBiOg| Agent. CfftOAGO it NORTHWESTERN. South—- North- Freight.i 7:10amMixed 7:10 Am Pass.... 8:04 am Freight il:25am Mixed l:13pmPas8 2:49 torn Mixed 8:00 pm Mixed 10:47 p m F. H, VESPER, Agent. Lay in your winter supply now. Cowles Block. Jaill cs Patterson. Taylor ', Sells all kinds of Shoes Cheaper , Than any other store in the county 4 '' PROFESSIONAL: . - CLARKE <fc COHENOUR, '"ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. r E. H. CLARKE, ATTORN BY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block. DANSON & BUTUER, LAW. LOANS.- LAND. Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN <6 McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hojcle-Pereuson bljck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J. C. RAYMOND. ERNEST O. RAYMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. F. L. TRISON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence In the Boston Block. • (In the new Mock.) H. C, McCOY, M. D,, PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON., Office at residence, McGregor street. ELECTRIC BITTERS. Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for every season, but perhaps more generally needed in the spring, when the languid, exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surely in counteracting and freeing the system from the malarial poison. Headache, iadigestion, constipation, dizziness, yield to Electric Bitters. Only 50o a bottle at L. A. Sheetz* drug store. 1 MARVELOUS EE8UITS. '. From a letter written by Rev. J. Gunderman, Dimondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Elver Junction she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it seemed as if she could not survive them. A friend' recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; it was quick in Its work and highly satisfactory in its results." Trial bottles fiee at Dr. Sheetz' drug store. Regular size 60c. and $1.00, 1 . BUCKLEN'S ABNIOA SALVE. The best salve iu the world for bruises, cuts, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores. tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25c a box. Sold by L. A. Sheetz. For Rent. A seven room house. Inquire of E. H. ALL the newest novelties in ladies' and men's fine shoes just received by G. L. Galbraith & Co, J. A. HAMILTON & Co. are selling good oak pork parrels at 60 cents eaon.-28t2 • PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. ssr m, S. QkASJEB, P. D, S., t BVR,QEQN DENTIST. Ofl|ee over tfte State Bank, Algous, Iowa. fOf I DENTIST. 4. L, RWT> D, D. S, Lpesil anaesthetic toi deadening pain in gums when extracting tew*. The,State University OF THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS • testy they* leplmber JB» wr 1896-97 «• , president, We, Yes 1 times are a little close; there are a few things, however, in. tki© Grocery Line that you must have, and we want to sell them to ypu at lowest living prices. A good blend coffee per Ib, $o.?i A crushed Java coffee at.. 0.13 Ten bars wrapped Laundry soap for ,. j.oo ?5 pounds broken Rice for i.qo A good Table Syrup, per gallon..,,.,, ,.,.. o.?8 Be sure and see us before ypw s Buy your Flour for winter use, THE LOCAL f JEM). Dr. McCoy Is on the sick list. The Chubb house and Mrs. Cooke's cottage are enclosed. The roof is going on the new school house. The bonds remain unsold, G. E*. Peek, after a hard siege of typhoid, is able to sit up and the fever has left him. Auditor Calkins' father will preach for Rev. Southwell next Sunday white he is at conference. Chas. Eahler and Mary Limping, Andrew Jorgenson and Annie Pederson are licensed to wed. L. J. Rice is improving at Minneapolis. He will not be able to come home for several weeks, however. Wm. Nelson, C. L. Lund's partner in the dairy business, is building a neat home over on Park avenue. It is a fine location. Company F will meet tomorrow night to receive their, pay for the Okobojl encampment. This ought to insure a full attendance. The mercury got down to 28 degrees Saturday night. The leaves respond with the usual flaming autumn colors. This is the beautiful season. Married at the home of William Thackery, Tuesday evening; by Rev. Innes, Mr. H. L. Watson of Burt and Miss Louie Jones of DeWitt, 111. Claude Nicoulin is playing left tackle in the Minneapolis university foot ball team. It is said that he is one of the best player? in the university. Secretary Butler will be ready topay premiifms for the county fair next week. All holders of premiums may call at any time after Monday. Court opens next Tuesday with Judge Thomas on the bench. There are 256 cases on the docket, 91 new ones. It is the biggest docket the court has yet had. Bill Smith while working in the well at the Kimball elevator had a bucket fall on his head. The windless got loose and let it back. He was seriously hurt. D. H. Hutohins is planning to build a new house on the corner west of his present home. This will make his fourth house in the vicinity. It will be neat and commodious and will be occupied by Archie Hutchison. Divine service at St. Thomas church as usual. In the morning Rev. A. A. Miller will preach on "Causes of National Perils;" in the evening on "Their Remedies." The friends of the church are cordially invited. Rev. Southwell is in Eagle Grove for conference. This is the time when the new locations are assigned. Rev. Southwell is the best kind of a neighbor, an energetic and earnest preacher, and we hope he is assigned to Algona again. E. Tellier, while oiling the machinery at the laundry, fell on the engine Monday. He sat squarely on the piston head and got such a jouncing that he will not soon forget it. He was lucky in getting off without serious injury. Christopher Jurgenson has bought the old Paine farm in Plum Creek of W. L. Joslyn, pay ing $30 an acre. This is one of the best known farms on the river and the old log cabin erected by G. W. Paine, father of Frank, Den, and A. H. Paine, still stands. The entertainment at the Methodist church Friday evening was enjoyed by a large audience. Miss Bertha .Hancook's recitations were appreciated, Prof. Forde's, Fred. Fuller's, Miss Goddard's songs likewise. The pantomine ended the performance enjoyable. The city council met Saturday evening. The only thing out of the routine was making a move to get a foot crossing under the Northwestern railway track east of the new school bouse, Mr, Vesper will correspond with the company about it. Full minutes of the meeting will appear next week, C, D, Pettibone has a letter from Levl Maxwell to read to the old settlers tomorrow. Mr. Maxwell built the cabin now standing on the Isaac Fry farm down the river, the oldest cabin on the river. He lived later where J. E. Blaokford's house now stands. He was one of the best known of the first comers. The reporter was In tie two clothing stores the past week and it Is no ex- ageration to state that there are not two completer stocks in any town in Iowa. Both firms are full of enterprise and both are matting prices 'never before heard of in these parts. It will be dollars in anyone's pocket to look over these stocks. J, W, Wadsworth is taking charge of the ipoal campatgp, Chairman Grose being b H sy with court. He is doing a lot of work, and has charge pf the headquarters, the middle room over the Kogsvrth County state bank kipflly' furnished by Judge Quajt'ton, who still retains it fpr fcii desk. The room is open at all times, £he eld settlers n)ej»t tomorrow, If •" J — if Pleasant, as everything JniJi President, Ethel Slag1&; vice presidents Nellie Thackefy; aeetetary* Bonald Wallace! treasurer* Vefa GbMneK This society will beundef the leadership of MIsa Lutft Wallace Which In' Btifes its success, Mrs. Dunham of Burlington ep&ke to a large audience at the Congregational church Sunday evening oneomeaspects of the national temperance movement. Mrs. Dunham id the Iowa representative of the Miss Wlllard movement, of independent temperance party. Hef husband is the well known Burlington architect who planned Gardner Cowles home. While in Algona Mrs. Dunham was the guest of Mrs. J. A. Hamilton. Among the trials of interest coming on in court week will be Fay Kenyon1 and N. J. Skinner's. Kenyon is in jail charged with selling laud to which he had no title and pocketing the money. Skinner is out on bond charged with enlarging a hole. Another trial is that of Keller and Baker for selling attached property in the north end of the county, It is unlikely that the Russ-Luud cases will be tried at this term. One of the finest farms in Iowa belongs to Robt. Welter and R. C. Whitcomb in Buffalo. It is a square section and is stocked with the black Polled cattle. They have a bull that cost $800 when a calf and that has taken five state fair premiums, They have several cows that cost $160 each. Their herd as a whole is as fine as we have ever seen in Iowa of any breed. They expected to be at the county fair, 20 miles is a long trip for heavy cattle. It will pay anyone to go up to Buffalo township and see what has been done in 10 years. I HAVE returned to Algona and am now prepared to do house . cleaning. Horace Goddard. lave Gone By. have tio value. High prices are the ruination of any business house. What the public demands is a square up and down, straightforward, honest business, with lowest prices on best grades of goods that can be built by skilled labor. IP you want any of Hamilton's portable corn cribs this year, you will have to order early. They are being taken as fast as made now, and the machines are running at full capacity. All clear oak pickets two inches wide—a 500 bushel crib for $3.-28t2 THE big Hotelllng sale at Whittemore will occur this coming Saturday without fail. It was postponed last week on account of rain. BURNS has a fine line of new stoves, and none better are made. Prices are right—as low as the lowest. ON account of sickness in my family I desire to sell my interest in the Algona brick yard, cheap for cash or will exchange for good land. 18m6 JOHNOSTBUM. DON'T forget our line of crockery. Grove & Son. WHEN you have land to sell, rent, or trade, list it with Doxsee & Foster. OUR new flour is a good one. Try it. Grove & Son. • YOU can buy clear rock elm plank 16 feet long of Hamilton & Co. for $18 per M. They are just the thing for hauling baled hay.-28t2 PEBSONAL MOVEMENTS. J. T. Chrisohilles went to Chicago last evening. Horace Goddard came from Mason City on his wheel Monday. Jess Stephenson came from Milford for his brother's fnneral. Miss Llda Cowles and a little niece from Burlington are visiting at Gardner Cowles. F. H. ,'esper's father has been visiting him. He returned to his home in Wisconsin last evening. Miss Eva Falkinham of San Francisco is visiting at F. M. Taylor's for a week. She is Mrs. Taylor's cousin. Mrs. D. D. Carlton of Early visited her sister, Mrs. Alex, White last week, returning to her home Thursday. Geo. Haokman, J. E. Martin, and Wm. Eabe with some others are off in southern Missouri looking at the country. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C, Call went to Sioux City last week to visit. Mr. Call returned but Mrs. Call remained until today. C. B. Matson returned to Missouri yesterday. He is prospering in his new home and is a good looking representative of that section. '•' . Editor J. W. Doxsee and wife came from Monticello yesterday and Mr. and Mrs. Doxsee from Rolfe for the funeral of little Adelaide Doxsee. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Watson went to New York to visit two weeks ago. Mrs. Watson remains but Mr. Watson came home Monday. Dr. Ed. Watson is up from Bode, Mrs. J.B, Willeyis very low at Minne, spoils. Mr. Willey and M. B. Chapin went north Saturday, Mrs. Chapin has been with her all the time. Erysipelas has followed the fever, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Cowles went into Chicago last evening for a visit. The near completion of their beautiful new home and furnishing necessities may have something to do with the trip. A. B, Edmonds is at home for a' visit. He has ridden one of the new otyle wheels on the street. The erect position assumed on this wheel compares favorably with the ordinary «bicycle hump." Thps, MoDeraott has opened his law office in Mason City. He is now visiting at home but will go east to remain today or tomorrow. He has chosen a good town, and he will soon go to the front in the law. He is a faithful student, an honorable and competent man to entrust with business. Awarded Highest Honors~WorW'3 Fair, OR, All of which we Offer You. If we should tell you in this paper that we will sell you a first-class suit or overcoat for $5 that other dealers would charge you $10 for, you could not honestly believe us; you would think if we lie about price we will about quality. Still there are many unscrupulous dealers that will tell you so in order to get your trade. If you buy of them you will find out you did not get a $10 suit or overcoat, but you paid all it was worth and sometimes more. Just make a Note of This. Our strongest advertisement is the character of the goods we have to give you. The public has learned to know that we believe in reliable goods'and reliable methods, and the fact that the growth of our business has in 1^96 surpassed that of any other year of our history proves to • us that the public appreciates this fact. Yes, there's no doubt about it; it pays to trade at the New England. We allow no misrepresentation. We allow no one to undersell us on first-class goods. We are strictly One Price, and your money returned in case you wish to return any goods bought. Come in the store and glance over our enormously large stock and see our low prices. Compare them with goods bought at other stores that advertise half prices and give us your opinion. Yours for reliable goods and low prices, DURDflLLS GO. Fine Oak and Birch At remarkably low prices. We are also making special prices on odd pieces of upholstered goods. Complete stock of y .^ .. . Undertaking Goods. A, D, Kossuth County State Bank, $BO,OOO. money loaned, boueht WM. H. INGHAM, President; J, B. JONES, Vice President; UEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier g ' SlBith ' J ^ J ° nes ' ^ oWsohllles, L ewis H. With, J. First National Bank of UAPITAL .............................. $50,000 ^ \ R i phwp Dorweller - p - B Algona State Bank, tlfflwe ana Directors— A, D. Clarke, President, 0. 0. Chubb, Vice Prest', X h 9 s v H ^ L Snt a Y th ° a8Ww ' Geo. L, —,,, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Sohenok, Tbos. F. Cooke, CASH CAPITAL, $50,000, General Banking, jarinterest paid on t»me deposits. REAM •;,:;J ^ t ^^^ w ^W^ P^l MMHM|H|PIPIPMP Six per cant Interest on Time Deposits Money Always on band to loan on first mortgages, and for money left three months or more, ALGONA. IOWA. /m ^ >< PER PR. It. i. and Medicines. Poxsee.fc Foster, ,,-•''•••.. ;

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