The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1897 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 16, 1897
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Package Coffee. All package coffee 15c a package for one or a thousand. Yours for business, No, 8 Cowles Block. James Patterson. PROFESSIONAL. -S^—^~ w X-VX_^-W-»_rt_*-V-«~^'--w<—"w^^*-"*. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank; Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbraith's. SULLIVAN & MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-Ferguson bljck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J. C. RAYMOND. EBNEST C. RAYMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over. Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. F. L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence in the Boston Block, (In the new block.) H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. r, •'• "••'" •-..;• ••••;,.• Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. 3. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND .SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. H. D, SPENCER, M, D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sexton. Iowa. DR. MARQARET E. COLES, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon, Office and residence in Boston Block, •'?' ' ALGONA, IOWA. I'-i E, S. G.LASIER, D. D. S., tiJgQfmpir DEN^'lilT, •Qfflce over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa, DENTJST, A. L. RI8T< D. D, S. Local anaesthetic foi deadening pain in gums when extracting tpelh. : s y- Hundred Dollars—— ,-. , ; , - J9 peered to any person who , can flupiJcate $e ^fT 3 '^} ^ "ir^ c ^"^f^^P7- 1 ^ r w* E ^'™^ Our shoe sale continues to draw people to our store. As our stock gets reduced better bargains can be had each day on all odd shoes providing they fit you. Men's shoes, ladies' oxfords, children's tan and low shoes at cost. Bargains in wash goods, millinery sheetings, men's underwear, men's shirts, ties, collars and cuffs. We will continue to show many other bargains before July 4. Our cape, suit and waist stock will be found to contain many good things at 50 cents on the dollar. Yours, Qrr, Painter, Paper Hanger KALSOMINER, SIGN AND CARRIAGE PAINTER, Postal card orders will receive prompt attention. JAS, A. ORB. SALE, Tttl tflHHBB J)&8 MOIN1S? ALGONA, IOWA, Great Downfall ,f f , ' , 16, , Klt^AMM & St. t AC!,. tOOAt, TBAISS WZSf. No. 1 departs at 8:05 am No.3 departs ftt 3:58pm _ Freights that carry passengers-^ No.83 aepaftsat..'*...;...7 ,.12:16pm No.71 departs at.... 6:28pm No. 65 departs at 8:30 pin „ . ^ iftAiSs *Ast. No. 2 departs at 10:45 ft in No.4 departs 6t ,. 6:28pm „ Freight* that cftfify passengers- No. 7<T departs at...... ".. 8:30i)in No.84 departs ftt... 2:30pm R. F. HEDBICK, Agent. CHICAGO & NOfttHWfiSTMNi . South- Freight 7:lOam Pass 8:05 am Mixed lilOpin Mixed., 8:00 pin Mixed 10:35 pm u H. VESPER, Agent. North- Mixed 7:10 am Freight.....11:00 am Pass.. ,2:43 P m THfi LOCAL f IELD, Visit Jas. Taylor before July 4. The Atgona House is handsome in new paint. The Sezlep company for the Fourth is a good one. C. M. Cady is improving, He is now sitting up a little. Rov. White, a student, will fill the Presbyterian pulpit Sunday. Rev. Laudls will plve a good address to the Workman at Burt tomorrow. Rev. Dr. Jackson will hold services in the Episcopal church Sunday morning. Cheever Hudson is still confined to his home. The past week he has been very sick. The mercury took a jump Saturday and for four days the heat has been up to high C. The children's sewing school will take a rest until the first Saturday in September. Henry Warner was yesterday appointed postmaster at Seneca in place of E. Sculley, who resigned. W. J. Brunson has had a serious attack of pneumonia at Seneca. His mother went up yesterday. Tomorrow morning Brownell begins a big shoe sale at cheap prices. Everybody can come to thelcelebration in new footwear. Marriage licenses have been issued to Arthur J. Proctor and Alma L. Smith, Alois Rahm and May Schneider. Everybody will go to Burt tomorrow to see the Workmen work. They only do it once a year, and then by way of amusement. Salter & Martin's Uncle Tom's Cabin show last night was one of the best things Algona has had. A goo<3 audience was out. Another big boy is in town and the Wm. Ehlers home is happy. The young man is getting on splendidly, and his mother also. Robt. Wright is going to have a barn raising down in Sherman tomorrow. He has built a big barn, and his neighbors will help elevate it. Rov. Inneswas at the Hayden school house in Burt, Monday evening to preach and help in organizing a Presbyterian church at Lone Rock. John Fouhy, who lives near the Milwaukee depot, was brought before the commissioners on insanity last week, but was found sound as a dollar. The Algona band made a bid to play for the travelling men's picnic at Mason City, but the Greene band would play cheaper. The picnic comes Saturday, Jim Kelley and Chas, Armstrong were arrested last week for being drunfi and disorderly. Armstrong paid his fine, but Jim went to work on the streets. John G. Smith sold out the McNall estate Saturday at auction. The sale included only some odds and ends. Frank McNall expects to return to Florida soon. The Grace Hezlep Theatrical com pany will occupy the opera house on July 1-2-3. They are a good Fourth of July troupe and will help to make things lively. Dr. Beane of Burt has gone to Chicago to take a post graduate course of study. Dr. Peters was in a few months ago. Dr. Bossingham is attending to Dr. Boane's business. Jo, Lauoh of Whittemore, whose wife some weeks ago began divorce proceedings, was found insane by the commis sioners and was taken to the asylum Saturday by deputy Boyle, •While at Iowa City last week theed- itor noticed the corn in the south middle part of the state. It js but little ahead of our crop here. Too much rain down there has kept it back, Mrs. Rosanna Riley died Tuesday morning, aged 45 years, The funeral will be held at the Catholic church tomorrow morning at 9:80 o'clock, Mrs, Riley was highly respected by all, The Wigwam has sold enough car* riages the past four weeks to bring nearly everybody to the celebration, It has some left, however and if any* body is not provided now is the time to buy. Program^ are being printed for the annual district meeting pf the Womans Home Missionary society of the Metb* odist church to be held at Clear Lake, June 21-22. It is the Algona district meeting, . W, Haggaj-d was brought from Sexton Monday, and is now at borne, He was seriously hurt and will be confined to the bouse a. weet? at least. Fop a while it was feared that be was para* IJzed from the hip? down, The Cower has. frW convention calls. the fallowing order; Bimetallic republican, free silver republican, pppy, [iSt, decHQOratJe, The Othersget g front pla^e on paper,, but when the n.awe,d U will be demo,Qrfttlo. ' Dp«KeBSflflkwyib? is go. In UPPJPJB pus *MQBffli for homestead to secure debts to which she was a patty. E. V. Swelling is her attorney. Cbas. E. Putnatn of Cedar Rapids tells a big fish story of early days, and adds an entertaining chapter to the early history of Kossuthi W. H. Ingbain has agreed to tell some time about Covell's elk Mr. Putnam mentions. Judge Quarton goes to Rolfe to deliver the Fourth of July oration. He will assist the eagle to rise Into the blue empyrion with a lightness of WiBg that will do honor to the occasion, The judge will give a good address. While in Missouri Valley last Week F. M. Curtiss learned incidentally of Geo. R. Cloud, The last seen of him there was when Mr. White bought him a ticket for the coast, put him on the train, and told hitt never to come back All that alarm among the members of the Algona matrimonial club that arose from rumors from Rolla, Mo,, was for naught. June 10 came and went and so far as we can learn all is quie' at Rolla andC. B. Matson is still among the availables. Rev. Baker, who is holding reviva' meetings at the Methodist church, will conduct theY. M. C. A. meeting Sunday afternoon. He is a scholarly man Last Wednesday Rev. Robt. Smiley o Fort Dodge came to Algona to secure him for some meetings. Rev. and Mrs. Henry Johnson attend ed the Adventist camp meeting ai Ames, and he was appointed to hole tent meetings at Clear Lake this sum mer. Mrs. Johnson was Miss LaPlanl of Hobart, and their marriage was chronicled a few weeks ago. F. L. Ranney of Fen ton bought the Dr. Pride home Monday and has rent ed it to Prof. Spencer for the coming year. After that he may make it his own home. Mr. Ranney is one of KOB suth's thrifty farmers and he gets one of the pleasantest homes in Algona. One of the noticable improvements of the season is Sexton Fohlin's addi tion to his home. He is raising the old part and building new, and alto gether getting a large and comfortable home. Mr. Fohlin keeps the cemetery in splendid condition, and deserves good home. Minnie Nevins Hudson, oldest daugh ter of J. Q. A. Hudson and a native o Algona, has just graduated at the Rlv erside county (Cal.) high school. Hei parents moved there from this plac some years ago. .When she left sh was a member of the class which ha just graduated in Algona. Geo. E. Clark is in Clinton to try the Hay & Rice mill case. The suit wa brought in Algona, but was transferred to Clinton, where the defendant lives Judge Hays is the opposing counsel Hay & Rice traded a piece of land for mill, and the other party refused 1 complete his part of the bargain. With water and the new chape building Algona will have a cemeterj to be proud of. The chapal will serve for a receiving vault and for funera services, when remains are brouerh from trains, and is a very desirabl feature. C. D. Pettibone gives th cemetery a great deal of attention. It has always been suspected that F H. Vesper's farm house north of Ban croft was set on fire. Last week Ar Porter and Henry Detz were examine .before 'Squire Austin, but enough evi dence could not be secured to hoi them. County attorney Raymond an J. W. Sullivan went up to prosecute. Thos. Sarchett has always been a woman's rights man, but he says he i now in doubt. Saturday he hitche_ his team and carriage on State street and a little later a woman drove up an< carelessly or accidentally struck hi carriage top in such a way as to cut i off ^ntirely. Without waiting to ex plain or apologize she at once hurriec away. Mr. Sarchett says he don know whether if that is the way thej do business, the fair sex should be en couraged or not. If that woman don' get around to say at least that she i sorry for the accident all the township women meetings that will be held in Kossuth won't restore Mr. Sarchett'i confidence. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Mrs, Dr, McCoy is visiting at Edgerton Wis. Miss Irma D, Clark is home from sohoo for the summer. Kev, Smiley of Fort Dodge was a visitor here last week with Rev, Southwell, W, S. Wilcox was over from .Mason City and spent Sunday with his Algona friends, Mrs, Lynn and daughter Minnie are out from Milwaukee visiting Mrs. Geo. L. Gal braith. Mrs. Henry C. Hamilton of Rook Valley came last week for & visit at Mrs. S, D Hamilton's. Fred Scott, the former Tennant house clerk, is runnlng|one of the popular Okoboji hotels at present, J. W. and Mrs, Tennant are going to rent a cottage and go to Okoboli this month. Their daughter from Hartley will be with them. Chas. Walston was at Mason City for big brotherhood reunion, and stopped off Monday in Algona. He Is still at Sanborn railroading. The Congregational church has voted Rev, Sinclair a two months, vacation. He will go east about July J, and visit his oW Vermont home, Mrs. C, B, Hutchins' brother, J. S. Wilson of Hull, was in town Monday evening. He was on his way to join an excursion B t Britt for the, north. Horace Goddard and Ellison 31aokfora have gone to Fort Atkinspn, this state, for work this summer. They started Sunday morning on their wheels, * T T / *«v > ~i~v" TI*"*" i'J T ' rT " w ™ T^*"*»»f*v flwd jyiiSi HI Wright attended the Adventist gamp, meeting at Ames. They were the only delegates from hereabouts. W, K. Ferguson say? the state bankers' meeting was largely attended at Qttumwa, The bankers, however, couldn't devise any method of getting rich Wse times, y Ohio her littte g ri 9 , bJMJb it 8B4 tonight for spend the summer, pr»nte goes to * IB Those nobby summer suits at Kraft's are the center of attraction; so is the man who wears them usually, have a style aiM elegance that makes them distinguished a price that masses them extremely economical, •ij^pai^ '^Ji 1 "' ^f ^js^a- Black Suits a Specialty. Incidentally—a few broken sizes in $6 and $8 suits .at $3.90. A few left at $1.95. Boys' all-wool $2.25 suits, $, others in proportion; 50 cent work jackets, 35 cents; $i shirts, 65 cents; 75 cent overalls, 45 cents. Best line of hats in Northern Iowa at prices in proportion to $2 values at $1,25; $1.50 ones at 95 cents. Yours for business, Kraft Clothing Co., Xowa. For the purpose of giving Every Man and Boy a chance to secure a new suit of clothes in which to attend the Big Celebration July 4, we will make a Sweeping Reduction sale of everything in our store from now until that date. Our Men's, Boys' and Children's clothing at half cost to close out all broken sizes. Call and see us. JOE STEIL, C. O. D. Clothing House. Algona, Iowa. NSURANGE. Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Offlce over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Eapids. Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis. Rockford of Rockford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. GEO. M. BAILEY. the Company F. contingent are back. It rained every day they were gone, which made shooting very unpleasant. Mrs. Dr. Shore and a Des Moines friend, Mrs. Burbank, are visiting in AJgona. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Gardner Cowles gave a sewing reception in their honor, some sixty guests being present. It was very enjoyable. The wedding of Guy Taylor and Miss Minnie Rice occurs this afternoon at four o'clock at D. Rice's in Plum Creek, Rev. Landis officiating. After the ceremony they will come at once to their new home in Algona, which is furnished and fitted ready for housekeeping. Jacob Reibhoffl and family came down from Detroit, Minnesota, for the celebra tion of his father's 92nd birthday, whiol occurred Saturday. All the neighbors anc friends gathered in and enjoyed a socia reunion, Mr, Reibhoff is still hale an- hearty and good for the 100-year mark. Prof, Spencer moved his householi effects from Denison last week and ha them stored in the opera house block, un til he can get a convenient home. While at Iowa City we met Prof. McConnel of the " adagogical department of the university !e knows Prof. Spencer's work and highly commends it. R. C. Shaw of Farmland, Ind., came to Algona last week with two sons and spen some days reviving old memories of Irving ton. Mr. Shaw built the first flouring ?y]?' thl £? 5 ig co ? ee InUIs ' DIM* in 1857 Addlson Fisher still has the building they were in. He left the county shortly after wards and has made a big success. He , ... ,. to see where he started out, as well as to look over Kossuth again lumself Miss Edna Lantry was down from Minneapolis, Mrs. Patch and children from Hartley, and Miss Jessie Stevens from Me Gregor to attend the Chubb-Tennant wedding. The brjde was attended by Misses DR. PRESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat City. Iowa. Operations performed. Diseases treated. Spectacles fitted. jarwill be at Algona Monday, April IS. WATER OR NO PAY. 1 < ,aoe, MattUi ana Maggie Haggard as bride's waios, and Misses Mamie Patch and Laura Chubb as ribbon girls. She wore a gowB of corded white silk, trimmed with gauze ribbon and phiffon. The house was beautifully decorated, ft nd the strains of the wed« f JW* played by Lutie Wallace ush- rad the happy couple before Rev. La ^n^WT^ 6 . 01 m » n » n * Wife! :80 o'clock about 80 guests eat down tQ an legant banquet, Mr. and Mrs. Chubb at once repaired to their new home, wM* lad been fitted for them, and will be at home to their friends after June 80 ' ia the Nwtbwwtera line gonven- f July 7 Artesian wen contractor, l have the only cable steam drilling machine owned in the county; sink wells for water supply for towns, ?££?' an , d ral , lr °a£s. Special attention to farm well work. Estimates made. I em- a only expert drillers. Address A. F ey, Algona, Iowa. WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A SALE, A special sale every Saturday at our store, beginning June ?0, of eopje use- practical household necessity, and at such low prices that you cannot afford to be without it, We believe by making our profits minute that you will a P.,Preoiate it to such an extent that we will both be benefited by the plan. To begin with, on Saturday June 26, we will sell Jfrs, Pott's Sadirons for only 38 omfe 4 wf, Remember, this prlof is good only fpr this day. Watch wb^t we shall offer you on these days. You 9an save dollars by eo doing. Py the way, hasn't the plst lew yP« think of iga cris us, and }f w §> bad -apt §r§ to sell we ebould have ha to eat* NO Jrpuble to make it. Fo.uf minutes' e*evoiae will f resse it, It l»

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