The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1897 · Page 8
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WP1K BUS MOIN1S: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1897. ^^ a ,. ! ^^, —... ..,,... ,_...... - . .._..,. .„. * ' - - .-.*-.. ^,^^^ J ^^^ J _^ mj ^^ij^ i ^ M i — iMjj^MaMj If you want Good FLOUR why in the world don't you BUY Good Flour? GREAT DAY FOR REDMEN. THE GBIMM-OILBEBT ATTRACTION Gilbert Wins by One Point in a loo-bird Match—A Big Crowd and a Fine List of Sports. The Wilson Mills make the GOOD kind of flour—no other—make it every week day in the year, and sell it to the best bread-makers on the face of the earth. Strong language, to be sure, but it's the gospel truth and why not say it ? TRY A SACK. Lenette W. Butler, Administrator J. J. Wilson estate. 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 Galbraith's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxie-Fermison bljck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algonn, Iowa. J. C. RAYMOND. ERKEST 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.) onas H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. J. K.ENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. H. D. SPENCER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sexton. Iowa. DR. MARGARET E. COLES, Homtopatliic Physician and Surgeon Office and residence in Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. E. S. GLASIER, D. D. S., SURGEON DENTIST. Office over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. DENTIST. A. L. RIST, D. D. S. Local anaesthetic foi deadening pain in gums when extracting teeth. One Hundred Dollars Is offered to any person who can duplicate the CIGAR FOR 5 CENTS. SCHU & WATERHOUSE, Orr, Painter, Paper Hanger KALSOMINER, SJGN AND CARRIAGE PAINTER. PpBla.1 card or^rs will receive Leading Tailors. We wish to inform the public that they can find the only Complete Line of Imported and Domestic Woolens To bo found in the growing city of Algona In our shop, corner East State St. You do not find any sweat-shop Suits in our shop. Don't Be deceived. These sweat-shop goods are made in the lowest kinds of The Redmen had their first celebration in this part of Iowa Thursday. The attendance was not what was anticipated, but a goodly crowd turned out to see what our modern Indians could do. It witnessedthe closest shooting match of the year and a lot of exciting sports, ate some roasted beef, and yoted the Redmen a worthy order. The morning program at the opera house was carried out as announced excepting that Grand Sachem Naeve did not arrive for the address. He sent no explanation and his unexpected absence was embarassing. Mayor Chrischilles' pleasant welcome was responded to by Mr. McCowen for the order, who extended his remaka so as in part to fill in the time. Dr. Morse also, as presiding officer, spoke briefly in behalf of the Redmen. Headed by the band at 12 o'clock the Seneca tribe, together with the visiting brethren, marched to the fair grounds. The procession was to have been swelled by 60 from Boone, but they missed connections in some way and were not present. The visitors were chiefly from Eagle Grove, a few from Des Moines and Fort Dodge being present. Arrived at the grounds L. K. Shndle began serving the roasted ox and pig, and those who were not entertained at the Baptist ladies' pavilion satisfied their hunger at the barbecue. At 1:30 o'clock the afternoon sports began with the Grimm-Gilbert contest. without making any inquiry. He wa born in Ayreshire, Scotland, in 1845 r\t\ M* A <•« tlin TTti t t j-i/3 C! t n 4 AC in 1 R^"7 TT C came to the United States in 1857. never saw Ireland. Please correct. MRS. HARRIET BLACK Shops Which would make your Flesh Crawl, much less to think of the Seams Pulling apart, and oh, such a fit! Chicago Tailor sounds big to some, but purchase from home Manufacturers And have some one to come back on if your suit don't fit. Yours respectfully, * Madson & Hanson, POSTOFPICE BLOCK. The Shooting Match. Both men were in excellent trim and both were anxious to win. They had never met before in a 100-bird match. Grimm has won several lesser matches for practice, and both had shot together in general contests, but this was their first set contest for supremacy and a determination to win was evident with both. Grimm expected to win. His disappointment when he lost was very evident. Gilbert's joy at winning was equally evident. The birds as a rule were tame and easy. But the hard shots were very hard. Grimm missed two out of his first 25, both easy. Gilbert missed three, two in succession. Then the shooting settled down. Grimm lead to his 92nd bird, which he missed, making a tie. He missed his 99th losing the the match. During the last shots Gilbert made some remarkable hits with his second barrel. John G. Smith acted as referee and the official score is as follows: GRIMM, TOTAL 93: 21x2 2 2 220222222212 22 222 22 *^22 2 2 2 2°2°2 ofJ 2222'' ^2 *? "^ *> v ° 222 2 2 2 21222212210221 222 02 GILBERT, TOTAL 94: 2112212221111111x12111001 211 2 2 2 2221211111 2 1113 2221 112 1 1 1 111x112021 2 2212 2112 221 2 2 2 2212112011 2 2222 12°° Note—x means dead out of bounds. Fred Thorn, AT HOBART, IOWA, Gives as many pounds of sugar for a dollar as anybody, and sells all kinds of GROCERIES at right prices. We want a part of your trade, and will do the quare thing by our customers at all times. Call and see if this is not so. North of railway track. FEED TIIOBN. 8HEUY & PETTIBONI, Head Stones, Monuments, The Other Sports. While the shooting was going on the other contests were in progress. C. Thompson won the running broad jump, Geo. Hackman, A. H. Allen, Carl Wauge, and Geo. Sarchett competing. Geo. Hackman won the high jump, A. H. Allen second. Mark Boyle astonished the boys by running away from them on the 100- yard dash, W. Hanlon second. Mark proved to be a sprinter. In the half mile pony race Mark Scott's runner won against the Sarchett, Bossingham and Little horses. The Archery Content. One of the new features was the archery contest. S. B. McLellan, Walter King, Carl Wauge, A. H.Allen and Sumner Reed competed. The boys had very fine lance wood bows and used a special target, and sent their arrows into it in true Redmen fashion. A. H. Allen made the best score, though all showed that they had been practicing. Archery is one of the best out-door sports, and the Redmen bid fair to revive it in Algona. The Relay Rnce, Another new sport was the relay race. Pour runners on a side covered a quarter of a mile, each 110 yards, carrying an arrow from one to the other. One team was Dutton, Walsh, Crammond, and Boyle. The other was Reed, Raymond, Hackman, and Allen. The first team won, although the arrows were given to the last runners almost at the same moment. But Boyle was too fleet for Allen on the home run. It was an exciting race. The Two MUe nun. Eugene Tellier and Haney of Des Moines competed. They took a pretty speedy jog from the start and kept it up to the home stretch, when Haney forged ahead and won. The time was not taken, but they covered the two miles very quickly. The Bull Game. The Eagle Grove nine played the Algona boys with Salisbury in the box. The game was for five innings, and at the end of the fifth stood two and two. On the sixth the Grovites got two more and won the game. It was as pretty a little game as Algona has often seen. Tfte Evening Concert. In the evening the Algona band gave an open air concert on the court yard. It was a pleasant way in which to close a pleasant day. Next time the Redmen celebrate they will have a bigger crowd out to assist them. Mr, HugU Black's Birth Place.' To the Editor: I see by your paper that someone has taken it upon them- eelves to give Mr. Black's birthplace FEBSOHAL MOVEMENTS. W. L. Joslyn is visiting at Sycamore, HI Miss Dell McCall starts for Chicago thl evening. J. L. Bonar went to Eldora Monday on ( business trip. J. B. Jones came up Saturday evenini from Des Moines. Mrs. Brevrster, near Sexton, bas a siste: from Fort Atkinson visiting her. Miss Johnson, an Illinois friend of Dr Morse's family, visited last week. Will Salisbury is back from Rock nap ids, where he has been playing ball. Fred Fuller and family are visiting at Ft Atkinson. They will return next week. Harry Wilson was over from Emmets burg Thursday to see the Grimm-Gilber sboot. Miss Jessamine Jones is home from Chi cago, where she has spent the summer in school. Col. Thos. F. Cooke and family returned from the lakes yesterday, after a verj pleasant summer. Dr. Shore returned to Des Moines Satur day evening, and Mrs. Shore and Miss Shore went Monday. Pitt Cravath and wife came from White water yesterday morning for a visit with old-time Algona friends. John Reed, Geo. Williams, and Stephen Tjarden went to Shell Rock this morning for a regimental reunion. Miss Anna Miller of Emmetsburg, sister of Mrs. Jos. Dunwoodie of Irvington, visited Mrs. Guy Taylor last week. Rev. Bond, the Methodist pastor at Fen ton, went to Sioux City last week to hav his eyes treated by a specialist. Miss Edna Lantry came from Minneapo lis Friday for a visit. Misses Eva and Kate Lantry went home with her yester day. Mrs. Harris, mother of Silas Harris o the Burt bank, and Miss Ella Nicholls are out from Wisconsin visiting at the Chubb home. Mrs. Lewis H. Smith's sister, niece and other friends, who have been visiting here the past week, left for the east yesterdaj morning. Rev. Sinclair will bo in Algona to preach Sunday. He will hold communion service in the morning. Mrs. Sinclair will no come yet. C. C. St. Clair was up from Marshaltown for a few hours Thursday. He is cashiei of the leading bank there and does not ge away often. Miss Gertrude Wheelock returned to her school work at Tomahawk, Wis., this morn ing. This is her third year as teacher in the public schools. Samuel Reed is back from a trip to Ne braska to visit a sister he has only seen once in thirty years. He says Nebraska i all right this year. Miss Ada Smith went to Stillvvater yes terday. She gets $100 a month the comin" year, being one of the most successfu teachers in the state. Mrs. Archibald McVicar and son stopped off yesterday for a visit with Mrs. Harvey Ingham on their way home from the lakes where they have spent the summer. Claud Nicoulin, Misses Mabel and Ruby Smith and Alice Wadsworth go to Minnea polls Saturday for the opening of the university, which occurs next Tuesday. Mrs. O. B. Durdall went with hor bus band to Chicago, leaving her boys at Albert Lea. On the way home she stopped a Britt and went to Albert Lea again. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. McMaster came ovei from Charles City Saturday to visit at the Wm. CordinRley home. Mr. McMastei was once Milwaukee agent in Algona. Young Caulkins, or "Cork" as he was familiarly known in Algona, is back from Oklahoma. He says Henry Merrlfleld has a good thing there and likes the country. James Randall, son of Recorder Randall is home from Rock Rapids. He has sole his interest in the electrical business there to his partner, Mr. Gray, and will not co back. Thos. F. Ingham was over from Spencei Monday to attend to some new Lund suits his firm has brought. They involve the liability of the bondsmen on Mr. Lund's notarial bond. Dr. Sherman of Cherokee, head surgeon of the Fourth regiment, visited Dr. Morse Monday. He came on to see Pi ivate Dally, who is recovering nicely from his blow-up while in camp. J. W. Wadsworth went to the National Farmers' congress at St Paul yesterday. He comes back next Tuesday and after one day in Algoua goes to'Des Moines for the state fair, where he is to act as assistant in the privilege department. C. B. Matson was up from Missouri over Sunday. He gets homesick for Algona about every three months. He is now a full-fledged Arizona gold mine boomer, with a fortune in sight. His partner, Evans, is at the mine all the time now, and a stamp mill is soon goinjr to turn out gold to beat the Klondyke. Prof. Rhinehart, democratic candidate for state superintendent, was a pleasant caller Monday. He spoke Monday evening to an interested audience. He is a vigorous and earnest talker and devoted his time to the silver issue. He admits that the campaign will soon turn to state issues, charges of corruption and extravagance being the chief reliance. Henry Brewster, whose injury in Indiana was reported last week, is on the streets in Algona nearly as well as ever S. Benjamin went to Chicago and brought him home. He has no recollection of his accident and can tell nothing about how it happened. The doctor at Whiting said his arm was broken and charged him 868, but Drs. Keneflck and Morse have examined it here and say it never was broken. The money will not be sent. Half Rates to Indianapolis via the Northwestern line. Excursion tickets will be sold for trains reaching Chicago, Sept. 8 and 9, limited to Sept. To, at one fare for the round trip, on account of National Encampment Sons of Veterans. Apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.—23t2 Milwaukee Excursion Hates. Excursion tickets are now sold at reduced rates to Spirit La!:e and Okoboji by the Milwauke line. Tickets for the exposition at Nashville, Tenn., May 1 to Oct. 31, are sold at 80 per cent, of full fare. EIGHTEEN karat rings that are 18 karat, not 14 karat rings made up by some jobber and stamped 18 karat. 6 . DlNGLEY & PUGH. DON'T buy fall hats and millinery until you have " the latest. seen ours. They are MATSON & MCCALL. MONEY—On first mortgages. Money—On second mortgages. Money—On short time. Money—At lowest rates. Money—Geo. C. Call, Algona, Iowa. BIG pile of remnants qf n \\ kinds of summer goods, very cheap (o close out. GEO. It, GAfcBRAITH & CO. The Triumph Sulky Plow. The best known and most popular Sulky Plow on the market. Light draft and easy to handle, Every plow fully warranted. THE WIGWAM has the finest line of plow goods in the northwest, and the prices are away down. Call and see our plows before you buy. Wilfrid P. Jones. ALGONA AND BURT. GO TO The Cash Grocery, For low prices on groceries. Good table syrup, 250 per gallon. Best oat meal, 10 Ibs. for 2$c. Fair bulk roast coffee, I2^c per Ib. Good bulk roast coffee, i$c per Ib. Fancy Rio roast coffee, 2Oc per Ib. Uncolored Japan tea, 23c per Ib. Fancy Jersey sweet potatoes 8 Ibs. for 25c. We want your butter and eggs, and always pay the highest prices. We sell and deliver hay and grain to all parts of the city. J. C. ANDERSON. South of court house. Our Invitation Is extended to the people of Iowa, asking them to come to Des Moines during the state fair and the Seni Om Sed carnival which is to be held from Sept. 9 to 18. We believe that everyone who will visit Des Moines at that time will be abundantly repaid—on the side of being delightfully entertained. On the business side we wish you to make the Hairris-Emery company your headquarters. "Our Bureau Information" that we have had in operation for two years will be transferred to the Seni Om Sed committee—but if any of our customers de sire to arrange rooms and board outside of hotels and boarding houses, and wish rooms in private families, if they will write us, stating the day they wish to come and the length of time they wish to stay, we will endeavor to serve them and hold the rooms for them. Do not hesitate to command us. ___ _ ^, It Is with pleasure we say that we have opened a new de \A/A MO f-J-rr»TT7 Pertinent and placed all our Domestic Goods In our base- vv c J-/U VJT1UW ment, relieving the congested condition of our first floor. _ . we have largely increased our Silks and Dress Goods and Linen Department, and have added a Bedding Department where we can furnish a bed complete—everything ready-made, or will take your order for mattress of any kind or size—ticks, pillows and bolsters, sheets, slips, blankets and comforts. And we also have taken the agency for THE BUTTBRIOK PATTERN. and all their publications can be had of us after Sept. 1, 1897. Our stocks in every department were never as large as they are today—whether it be Silk, Dress Goods, Linens, Ladies' or Men's Furnishings, Ready-made Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Jackets, Cloaks, Capes or Wraps of all sorts, Millinery (of which we are the acknowledged leaders of this city), Carpets, Linoleums, Mattings, Draperies, Lace and Heavy Curtains, Grill Work, Skirt Books and Drapery Designs of all kinds, Trunks. Traveling Bags etc. We have bought heavy of all classes of goods at the lowest prices ever reached in the history of the trade. We are determined to "divide the spoils" with our friends and protect them as long as the stock holds out. We will always pay your railroad fare one way if you buy the required amount of goods. If you do not understand what that means, send to us for a rebate card which explains it. Harris-Emery Co., Des Moines, Iowa. Some People Cannot See a good thing until they are hit. Those who have been reading our advertise- nents and buying at our special sales know a good thing when they read about it. This week Saturday we will sell for the benefit of the men and boys who want a good serviceable pocket ;ool, a HEAVY, American-made, hand- orged, razor-steel jack knife for only 15 CENTS. This is our regular 50c cnife, and will positively not be sold or less than that price except on Saturday, Sept. 4. Every knife is fully warranted and American made, and is not to be compared with the cheap im- >prted knives that are offered for sale, f you want a lighter knife than our special" we have them for 15 and 25 cents—warranted. C, M. Doxsee, Hardware. has demonstrated ten thousand times that it is almost infallible FOR WOMAN'S PECULIAR WEAKNESSES. irregularities and derangements. It has become the leading remedy lor this class of troubles. It exerts a wonderfully healing, strengthening and soothing influence upon the menstrual organs. It cures •' whites'' and falling of the womb. It stops flooding and relieves sup- pressed and painful menstruation. For Change of Life It is the best medicine made. It is beneficial during pregnancy, ana helps to bring children into hones barren for years. It inrigorates, stimulates, strengthens (he whole system. This great remedy is ottered to all afflicted women. Why will any woman suffer another minute with certain relief within reach t Wine ot Oardui only co»ts Jl.OOper bottle at your drug store, for advice, in eotM requMi-.g nxciol Unt* llont, addrett, yiving tumptomt, tft« "I/odfcV AAvton Department," Tbt icint CO., CtutUanaoya, Ttnn.

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