The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1897 · Page 8
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4 ' - ~" ' " r " '*"" THE tWPBlt DBS MOINE8! ALQONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY. JPLY 14. 1867. r 1 . i'; ' Don't Forget James Patterson Is always in the lead with the largest stock of Groceries and Crockery in the Ootinty, The Proposition We make to our customers: First—The best quality in the market. Secotld —The best value for your money, Third —Fair and square dealing. We guarantee satisfaction. No. SCowlesBlock. J 3H1GS 1311618011. PROFESSIONAL. 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 Galbralth's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxle-Ferguson bljck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J. 0. RAYMOND. ERNEST O. RAYMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND; ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATT OR NE Y 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. MeCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. ]H. D. SPENCER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sexton, IOWE, PR, MARGARET E, COLES, Homeopathic Physioian and Surgeon Office and residence In Boston Block, , ALGONA, IOWA, B, S. GLASIER, D. D. S., SURGEON DENTIST. Office over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. DENTIST. A, L, RI8T, D. D, S. Local anaesthetic foi deadening pain in gums when extracting teeth. One Hundred Dollars i ' 19 offerea to any person who can duplicate tae |r CIGAR FOR 5 CENTS, $>: '' ; SOHU ft WATERHDWb jailor Sim y Wr^P ™ T w* "" m^ BLMM lABBkE iv-'ic ''-'VULO'."",'} fc.3«<! .'.'.)>_ t! RAILWAY TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. I.OOAL TRAINS WEST. No. 1> departs at 0:05 am No. 3 departs at 3:58pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 03 departs at 12:16pm No. 71 departs at 0:28pm No. 06 departs at 8:30 p m TRAINS EAST. No. 2 departs at 10:45 am No. 4 departs at ; 6:28pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 70 departs at 8:30 p m No. 04 departs at 2 ;30 p m B. F. HEDRIOK, Agent. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. South- Freight 7:10a m Pass 8:05 am Mixed l:10pm Mixed 8:00 p m North- Mixed , 7:10 a m Freight 11:00 am Pass 2:43 pm Mixed 10:36 p m i\ H. VESPER, Agent. THE LOCAL FIELD. The chrysanthemum show comes next. Dr. Morse's home shines in new paint. Corn remains at 15 cents, oats 14. hogs $3. J. E. Tlerney and Abby Calhoun are licensed to wed. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. B. F. Reed July 21. Algona is to have a shooting tournament about Aug. 15. A social dancing party was a pleasant event Saturday evening. Good news continues to come about Pat Kain. He is rapidly regaining his good health. Jas. Taylor is putting his whole stock of shoes on the market at cost to dispose of them. The band got out and gave Aaron Rutherford and his bride a fine serenade Friday evening. The young ladies cooking club gave a pleasant picnic tea on the handsome Chubb lawn Monday evening. Geo. E. Clarke and J. W. Sullivan were in Chicago last week taking testimony in the Russ-Lund land cases. C. M. Doxsee lost the combination to his safe, and has had to drill into it. It was a big job and ruined the lock. Algona's pop factory popped and the proprietors escaped Friday, leaving but a fiz for a lot of mourning creditors. The subject of the sermon for next Sunday morning at the M. E. oh.urch is, Necessity of Your Gospel Records. A. H. Paine says hay will start out better this fall than it did last. He looks for a good crop and gppd prices. The.city well is down 450 feet and they are digging in blue shale. The machine is running day and night this week. Union township has a good stand of corn, and corn is up to the season. Union is unanimous when it comes to good crops,. J, P. Keneflok goes to Mason City with his string of fine horses. He could not get water handy at the fail- grounds here. Rev. G, W, Southwell will occupy the pulpit in the Baptist church on next Sunday evening, Subject: The Sabbath Day. Rev. Marsh of Grinnell, who has been for 21 years in Bulgaria, told about bis work Sunday at the Congregational church. Bowyer has added a handsome and expensive ship's chronometer to his stock of, time pieces. Everybody npw can set his watch, Henry Ebert has been confined to bis tiouseall winter with dropsy, He is feeling some better this spring, but is thin in flesh and weak. , The wan Orton, who suicided, bor- rewed $8 of Wra, K. Ferguson the afternppn he committed hari-kari, Others report like small loans- Miss Eva I<antry WRS pyercpme by heat last Thursday in the telegraph om«?e, but rallied quickly, Her friends were glad to see her out again. Mrs. Clarissa Fuller, wpther of Mre» , 0. Austin and MW. E, |\ Clarke of Bancroft, gets» fJ^arpjpwtb njptber'p pension, opngresswfts ppjuyergptit 'nr< VIBYV i ' • • • ^ or her, WeBe », p. Drake aj eb that tana war a.t$$5,§Q w jMOTt rfce., B,»t< ifc.Wftt a. &mm$$m* \w§ pot school building on them and usibgf It this Winter. It also arranged to fix up the normal school builditog enough to keep it in repair, Carl Wauge wanted a flash light picture of his barber shop. Something about the flash was too sudden for the big glass in his front Window abd it was shattered. Instead of $186.60 collected by the Advehtists Oh the Fourth for missionary work, the sum was $288.50. A huh* dred dollars these days is too import* ant to be overlooked, Prizes for the next W» C, T. U. chrysanthemum show are as follows; for best collection of six piants-^a jardi* nelre. For handsomest plant $1, For largest blossom— $1, J, C, Stahl of Bancroft has been appointed deputy game warden by Fish Commissioner Delevan. He will be a good man for' the place and will keep the north end straight, It is stated that the trains on the Northwestern and Burlington roads stop now at the crossing north of Ban' croft for all who want to change, It is well to keep this in mind, John Kllnglehoeffer, who lives half way to Whittemore, had new potatoes in Monday and got $1 a bushel. His corn is shoulder high and tasselling. He escaped the spring frosts. The list of floats given last week was incomplete. The banner of A. L. Peterson's photograph gallery, among others, was overlooked, also Bradley & Nicoulin's handsomely decorated trap. John G. Smith, Guy Taylor and Henry Durant go to Clear Lake next week for the big shooting tournament. It opens Tuesday, and will bring together more crack shots than have lately met in the west, Mat. Holzbauer's house near the Northwestern depot is Hearing completion. Mat is making a big improvement and is going to have a comfortable home. No one deserves it better than our faithful court house janitor. Geo. R. Trenmine has had good houses for his course of illustrated lectures at the opera house, and has entertained and instructed all who have heard him. His apparatus is the best and his comment is to the point and interesting. C. D. Ward stakes his reputation on the statement that his corn grew four inches last Thursday night. It is some compensation to know this. It will take that much extra corn to make up the flesh that was sweat out during that night. C. D. Pettibone is up and about. He lost 23 pounds last week, but still tips the beam at 200, which is a comfortable weight for this season. His friends are glad that he had no worse . a time than he did. Geo. L. Galbraith has the foundation in for a big store at the new town of Galbraith between Irvington and Lu- Verne. This fall he expects to be ready for business. He has the site for a good trading point. J. H. Gortner of Burt will join S. D. Drake in an insurance agency in Algona. They are fitting up rooms over the Gilmore Store. The firm name is Drake & Gortner and they represent the Northwestern of Milwaukee. Guy Taylor has invented a new recoil pad for the butt end of a kicking gun, and is going to get it patented if it fills the bill. It fits on the gun and blows up like a bicycle tire. The shooter can have it hard or soft to suit. In the report of the county board proceedings last week it appeared that Capt. Foster had been appointed to measure grades for the county in place of Surveyor Tellier. It should have read that he would act in the absence of the county surveyor. A man named E. W. Hammond was arrested at EsthervJlle, charged with breaking into the Peterson store at Swea City. Monday he was brought to Algona and waived examination in Squire drake's court, He is in jail awaiting the grand jury. John G. Smith was called over to Wesley, Wednesday, to welcome a little grand daughter, and hear himself called "grandpa" for the first time. Mrs. Jones and the baby are well, while Chas. E. is said to have put grain up five cents a bushel the first day. Tonight the Tremaine lecture at the opera house will be on Switzerland and Germany. Every night thus far has seen a larger audience, and the course grows in interest. We commend the lecture tonight to everybody, It will well repay the cost and trouble. John Walker has been carrying his arm in a sling since the Fourth. He held a Roman candle in it, and three of the balls went out of the right end, The others, however, took the back track and left' a bad burn in the palm of his hand before he could drop it. His hand will not be disfigured, Ambrose A. Call, in a note in the Courier, recalls that it was exactly 43 years ago, July 9, 'that be and his brother landed in Algona.- Algona is therefore 4S years of age, The settlement made then by the judge and Ambrose was over near the Qhubb farm, They came to the present town site later, Presiding Elder Tetter has the programs out for the 43rd conference of the Algona district, which is to be held at Buffalo Center, Aug. 23-85, Rev. Southwell is to speak on class meetings now and in early ttmes, Rev, Bagnell is to discuss irreverent levity on the part of preachers. The program throughput is full pf interest. Sunday evening at the Congregation' al church Miss Nettie Durant gave her {mpressioBsof ibe. ChiBeieJn GalifQr' njaajsd Mies Anna BawiltPB tola of ber erarfenow la teaching darkies j n Memphis, Miss HaffltltpD's' sobeol pipped J«ne 8, but sbe epenif a month p the way kg™ i y$Meg. She ie/re* tsber RojiUo 0l b.uj .hajj not yet tbe tiw&tem : — e m to4L, ^JlW toe to. pu,t Ja fto been adopted by the regular- army and will be adopted by the Iowa guard next season, ' Sam McClellan and Lew Hackmati went to work Monday to put a front on the old Grove barn for Louis Lessing, who owns it, but were stopped by Mayor Chrischilles who represented the city council iti declaring the building unsafe. The north part of it will undoubtedly be condemned, as it should be. The old, original, H, A. Henderson barn of 40 years ago, is still as solid as a rock. C. M. Doxsee's father, who is hardware man at RolfOj had a big float in the Rolfe celebration procession. The Reveille says! Among the many articles on the float was a new sickle grind* ing machine that would gladden the heart of any boy who has ever turned grindstone to sharpen sickles. A. R. Doxsee was captain of the float and distributed free samples of American tin in the form of cups. The Burt Monitor says the people were a little disappointed in the fireworks last week Monday evening. It is but fair to say that the fire works were not the feature relied on for the evening celebration, but the outdoor pictures, which could not be held over till Monday. The fire works were simply to fill in. Fire works, unless very elaborately put on, are too common to be much of an attraction. Frank Nicoulln went to Estherville Monday to sell two threshing machines. Bradley & Nicoulln have a carload of tho famous Minneapolis threshers unloaded In Algona and they make a big showing. The Minneapolis is one of the best machines made as they warrant it throughout. This firm is also having abig run on Milwaukee binders. When it comes to handling grain, a call on Bradley & Nicoulin will pay all who want machinery. The announcement of E. P. Keith of Plum Creek as a candidate for the nomination for sheriff brings a strong man into the field. Mr. Keith is one of the county's very best farmers, fully fitted by business experience and natural aptitude to attend to the duties of the office, popular with everybody. If •he is nominated he will be an element of strength to the whole ticket, for no one in Kossuth is more highly esteemed by all who know him. Last Thursday Barnet Devino's son- in-law overtook a man south of Algona in the road walking north. He did not turn out and appeared dazed. He was unable to talk. Loading him into the wagon he was brought to town where he lay in a stupor till sun down when he revived enough to toll that he lived in Dallas county. He had money and was shipped on the train. He was evidently overcome by the heat, going north into Minnesota. He was cared for here at Norton & Peterson's. 'Squire Clarke set four tramps to work on the street last week. One of them said on the stand that he was looking for work. "Look me in the eye," -the justice said. After some twisting and wriggling the wanderer was able to get his eyes up. "Now tell me the truth, have you done a day's work in the past two years?" "No, I haven't," was the honest reply. "Then you won't have to complain of lack of a chance for the next ten days." And the sentence was promptly entered on the books. , FRUIT to put in the fruit jars at GKOVE & SON'S. Cash Grocery. We are still making low prices on groceries. A nice bulk cofc fee at 140 a pound. A crushed Coffee at i2£c a pound. A good California prune at 4^c a pound. Best Evaporated Raspberries 19 cents, Try our canned goods; they are trade winners. J. C. ANDERSON. South of court house. X^Mfc U*»W* WW VT XVO U&UUUO&O. XJUiUUllU CillU '. B.. were up from Burlington Monday i a visit and business trip. PEBSONAL MOVEMENTS. Representative Mayne was in town yesterday. Miss Lee Bonwell is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. D. Calkins. ' Lieut. Haskins of C. C. Chubb's company in the war visited him last week. Mrs, Mary Smith is back at the Lewis H. Smith home from a visit in Minneapolis. Mrs. C. B. Hutohins entertained a company of friends at her Irvington home Friday. Mrs. E. P. Keith and daughter Zora have gone to Whitewater for a few week's visit. Mrs. J. W. Wadsworth is at home after several weeks in Austin, Minn., and other cities. Leo. Peugnet goes to Clinton the second Wednesday in August as delegate to the state meeting of K, P's, Gardner Cowles' brothers, Lamont and W. B., wereu • - -• -- on Eev. Southwell returned Thursday from his Nebraska visit. He found his brother very low but left him slowly improving, Miss Clara Hamilton is at the Hutchins' home after several weeks spent in Dubuque. She will be at home for the summer, Mrs. Will F. Walker and little daughter went to Clear Lake, Monday, for a week. From there they return to their Chicago home. 'Howard Robinson is expected in Algona this week to take his family to Chicago to make their home. He enjoys his work on the road. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. F. Cooke and family go to the Jakes Saturday to occupy thejr cottage on Okoboji a few weeks, Yoang Master Cooke will go with them, Frank Dingley and Leo, Peugnet ge? to Nora Springs this week to join in organizing a district association of Knights of PytWfts, euofc as the Masons ana old Fellows have, Jas. It, Paine and bride started for Spokane Monday, Mr. Parsons went to Grin- vJ!l l t pn H&W day,-, Mrs. Parsona and her two Uttte boys will spend some weeks at the Paine home. Miss Margaret Rutherford weat to Ames yesterday for her concluding term In college, She has been postmistress during the i year, which caUs her back eSrly. Ei- tomorrow, Frank TelUer Js with his brother surveying for the summer. He went to Lake asftevaforthe y, M. 0, A. p repenting Iowa cpjlege Is g R§ reports, ft most enjoyable trip. QartRea.yepan<l family oanje from DBS Motosfprayisitftt the HoW home and We. now at QJear L^fee, j, p, tfvra & NSURANCE Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Office over Algona State Bank, Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, 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. BUY THE, LWAUKEE Now. Is the Time to get ready for harvest, and the only way to get a good ready is to get the best harvester in the market. You never knew a man who had used a Milwaukee Binder to have trouble with it or who would use any other. It is the lightest running, takes less repairs, and lasts longest. We have a carload of Minneapolis Threshers in Algona. We guarantee them. Call on us for Binding Twine. Bradley & Nicoulin. tion. He has reconsidered his resignatio as pastor in Algona and will remain anotl er year. The endorsement in town is bot flattering and substantial. Presiding Elder Yetter left yesterday fo •Toronto, for the big Epworth League mee ing. He is the only one to go from Algona If SO went from the Algona district a spec ial oar was to meet them at Garner, but fo one reason and another the number fe short. He will be gone two weeks, Right in Style, ! 0- . Mnh Sn Trtfc'MSyw.&we" $$?. WpiS'ej,; , &, 'avisitfrQw IV, 1 fl $ 'helps Will- from CpujjpU Bjuffs • s.; He That is the verdict concerning our shoes. We can show ypu mpre styles, greater values, and larger stock than qan be found anywhere else in this pa,rt Pf the state pf Jpwa. We have Bpat and §hpes fpr all classes, aij ages, aa »U«t*eB, You should not fail tp con, suit us when, ypu want fpotwe,ar. Brownell S; Allred, :*t Tets. Painter, Paper Hanger KALSOMINER; SIGN AND CARRIAGE 1 PAINTER. Postal card orders will receive prompt attention, JAS, A. ORR. Caturday's Ourprise at our store this week will be » fine dipper, some' thing every fftw ly uses every dfty in the year, pr • pught to, A gqoa sized GRANITE IRON dipper fW Pfllyl0penty,jw be price of an ordinary tin dipper*you have been paying 80 and 85 oen$ for the sam,e article—but next Saturday rou need tP pay b«t JO cents. At tWs jrioe we can sell l?ut one dipper t9 W iame perepn, Dp' npt think that taw s toe pn)y bargain we have tp pew- Every Saturday we roarfe dpwn ~ " •^•for that day paly—pa' many articles that you ftee,d. A U fote we have been gjyteg away an ,as - tava mat wjth. every pr,e8e,nJpg •. we sell, and shall continue $g d,o i. next week. Np need pf haying ruit burn witU-Qfle. of f "~

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