The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1897 · Page 1
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"ESTABLISHED 1865. ALGONA, IQWAT WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1897, VOL. XXXIMSTO. 2T» Are You Lookini for Frost? Then take, in your house plants. See the display of FLOWER POTS at M. Z. Grove & Son's. FAIR COMES KEXT WEEK, PROMISES TO BE A BIG SUOOESS, A Horseless Carriage to Be One of the Attractions—The Bicycle Races and Horse Races. full in 102 E. State St. TBL/BFHONB 19. Now carry a full line of the Butterick Patterns, in stock. We will get the new patterns as fast as issued each month, and will have ior sale The Delineator, price 15c, and The Glass of Fashion, price 5o. October numbers now ready. Patterns sent by mail to any address on receipt of price. G. L. Galbraith & Co. Kossuth's big four-day fair opens next Tuesday. It Is going to be the best fair ever held in these parts, if the weather is favorable. Enough is known to insure wonderful exhibits In many lines. The Montgomery & Ward horseless carriage will be on the track each day. This created a great sensation at the stat3 fair, runs about eight miles an hour by electricity, cost $3,000, and will bo new to everybody. The racing and amusement program will open Wednesday. Most of the lively county races come Wednesday afternoon. One of the special attractions will bo the half-mile relay foot race. Several teams are said to bo in training. It is open to any six runners in the county. The special event on Thursday afternoon will bo the five-mile race between Fred. Corey's pony and Guy Scott and a Des Moines bicyclist on a tandem bicycle. Scott is the swiftest rider In these parts and has selected one equal to himself. Corey's pony is well known as a jive-mile racer and the run will be for all there is in it. On Friday the big race will be a five- mile relay race. From six to ten horses will be used on a side and riders will change every half mile. This race at Forest City was the big feature of their fair and created great excitement. On Friday also Forest Rice of Plum Creek will run his pony in a five- mile race with Vet. McChesney of Burt, who will go on a bicycle. The boys have been sparring for a race for over a year, and will settle it on the race track. Besides these special features, the association presents the best program ever yet arranged for a county fair. It is going to bo a big thing if good weather favors. THE FULL RACE PROGRAM. Wednesday, Sept. 29.—Novelty race— Opon to all horses owned In the county. Entrance $1. Distance IK miles. First half mile walk, second half mile trot, third half inilo run. Purse $40; first $15, second 813, third $8, fourth $5. Running Race—Open to all horses owned in the county, thoroughbreds and professional running horses barred, the race top- ine for farm horses and ponies. Half-mile boats, two in three. Entrance free. Purse §25; first §13, second $8, third $5. Trotting—County Race—Open to al horses owned in the county having a record of not under 2:50. Half-milo heats, best two in three. Entrance five per cent., ten ner cent, from winners. Purse §50; first $25, second §15, third $10. Running—Free For All—Half mile heats throoinfivo; five to enter, three to start Entrance five per cent., ton from winners Purse $100j first §00, second $35, third $15 Relay ' " """ " Sept. 28, and not later than 10 o'clock a. m. Sept. 29. Good care is guaranteed for all butter. COUNTY PAIR NOTES. Look over the premium list. All premiums will be paid in cash. Kossuth is the first county in these parts to try a four days' fair. The Congregational church ladies will serve dinner Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. The ladies of the Presbyterian church will servo dinner and lunch on the fair grounds during the fair. AH entries must be made next Tuesday. The books will close Tuesday night. Judges will begin judging Wednesday morning. Remember, no entries after Tuesday night. JUST REOEIVED-A "3 s iNCY DISHES THE OLARKE-M'OOY WEDDING. Miss J..UIII Clarke Uocomos Mrs. Clms. McCoy With the Hourly Good Wlnhes of n Host of Friends. The Episcopalian church was comfortably filled with a happy company last Thursday evening, gathered to witness the marriage of Lulu Clarke I f In French, German, and Austrian China. Als a complete line of water LEGAL NOTICES. ,^~_~^~ — - — -^^~~~~~ ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE plaintiff; vs. John S. Gibson, et al., defend- To tS- John S. Gibson, Mary Gibson, Peter A King, Helen King, W. A. d John MoConnell, Caroline L. Sturde- P Anderson, Anna M. Anderson, ?ru A sf oompW, Mrs Clara Hu tan rus oomp, ^ Tinrfc A P Dohlby, defendants: You aieneie Rt^tB of Iowa in and for Kossuth county, estate, to wit: The southeast quaiter of Sec 06, Range Don't Forget that we always have on hand all kinds of grain and ground feed, bran, shorts, and oil meal at reasonable prices ; also rendered thereon, as provided by_iaw. Dated this 1st day "[September, A.^"07. 24W Attorneys for Plaintiff. COM „ _, Foot Race—Half-mile dash for team of six runners on a side, to be stationed one-twelfth of a mile apart, each man to deliver a token to his successor. Purse $15 to winning team. TUUUSDAY, SEPT. 80. Running—Slow Race—Open to all horses owned in the county. Half-mile dash. Entrance free. No man to ride his own horse, no whip, spurs, or other artificial promoters of speed allowed. Purse $25; first $10, second $8, third 85, fourth 83. Running—Foot Race—Open to all residents of »tho county. Half-mile dash. Purse $15: first §8, second $5, third $2. Running—Free For All—Half-mile heats, five to enter, three to si art, best three in five, entrance five per cent., ton from winners. Purse $100; first $00, second $25, Trotting—The 2:40 class—Mile heats. Five 10 enter, three to start. Best three in five. Entrance five per cent., ten Irom winners. Purse $100; first $00, second $25, Special Race—Fred Corey's pony against Guy Scott and a Des Moines rider on a tandem, five miles. Purse $50: first $35, second $15. FIUDAT, OCT. 1. Trotting—Free For All—Mile heats, best three in five. Five to enter, three to start. NOTICE. m^TRIGT COURT OF KOSSUTH o™-Iu ithe Matterof the Estate of of all kinds and grades. Goods , --- -.-^^ Five to enter, three to start, delivered to any part of the City. Ent rance five percent., ten fromwinners, Jr \ p u rse $150; first $75, second $50, third $25. Special Race—Forest Rice's pony against Vet. McChesnoy on a bicycle, five miles. Special purse. Special Race—Fred. Corey's six horses against six outside horses, in five mile re- . D _ _.;,-! *.„ n l, n «,»n n4- Vinlf ITIIlfia and Chus. McCoy. Beautiful floral decorations greeted the eye, and in their rich profusion fairly hid the walls. Upon the arrival of the bridal party, Miss Amy Hodrick began tho familiar strains of tho wedding march, and tho groom, accompanied by Daniel Odell of Wells Minn., marched to the chancel rail. Tho ushers, flower girls, and brides-maids followed, and then the bride, loaning upon hor father's arm, took hor position under tho floral bell. Rev. Dr. Jackson read tho Episcopalian marriage service impressively, and at its conclusion the bridal party retired to tho Clarke homo, where about seventy intimate friends of the bride wore invited, and where elegant refreshments wore served. The bride was attired in cream white taffeta silk with real lace trimmings and carried white roses. She was attended by Miss Olive Salisbury as maid of honor, her first bridesmaids being Miss Mamo Fan-ell of Mason City and Miss Louise McCoy, and second bridesmaids Misses Winnifrod Watson and Florence Straw of Wells, Minn., all attired in green organdy over silk and carrying La Franco roses. The flower girl was little Helen Straw, and the ushers were tho bride's sisters, Helen and Agnes, and her cousins, Hattie and Bessie Clarke. At the homo tho hearty congratulations of tho community were extended by the friends gathered. Tho brido was born In Algona, and has grown from childhood horo. Her student life in the Minnesota state university has been the only break in hor intimate associations with Algona young people. She goes to her now homo esteemed by all who havo known her, and with a thousand wishes for the happiness she so richly deserves. Ine groom is not so well known in Algonn, but during his brief acquaintance has made many friends. Ho is a wholesale lumber commission merchant in Minneapolis, and has been very successful in business. . , Among those present from aoroaa for tho wedding were Mrs. Chas. A. Clarke of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Call of Sioux City, Mrs. Dr. Colby and son of Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Straw of Garner, Mrs. Daniel Straw, Mrs. Frederick E. Watson and Fred Straw of Wells. Minn., Mrs. Robert McCoy of Lakeside, Minn., and Mrs. JohnW. McCoy of Now Richmond, Wis. . Tho bridal pair left Algona Friday morning for Minneapolis, where their new homo is furnished and in waiting, and where they will at once enter upon the joys of housekeeping. MURTAGH-M'DONALD. Last evening at 0 o'clock E. J. Mur- tatrh and Miss Marie McDonald wore married at the home of the bride s mother in Burt, Rev. Greonshiulds of delating. Only the relatives and a low intimate friends were present. Aftei congratulations were over tho happy pair came at once to Algona to thel new home, the C. H. Blossom house which Mr. Murtagh has bought, al eady fitted and furnished for their oc cupancy. Mr. Murtagh ' " " f ^ iblest young and lemonade sets.. Langdon & Hudson. TBL/BPHONB NO. IS. AND FARM MACHINERY HARDWARE. W. H. JONES, HOBART, IOWA. INSURANCE. I Also Land, Loan and Collection Buslness.- Offlce over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Rocltford of Rocltford, Lloyd's Plato Glass of New York, United States Life of New Yorlt. GEO. M. BAILEY. Kossuth County State Bank, eseo ooo. M , Vice Fr«; MW1B H. SMITH Cashier Dlrectors-Wm .H.Ingham, John G. Smith, J.B.Jones, T. Chrlschllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadswovth, Barnet uevlne. _ _____ • First National Bank of Algona. CAPITAL .............................. 850,000 . w Special attention given to collections. EL. C. & N. W. Elevator. northwest quarter except the "Sk*; 0 /,™?* m ter of Section Seventeen, all in Aownsmp Ninety five, Range Twenty-eight, west or tne five, Range Twenty-nine, west of the lirtn^ " SaidWe^o commence a^^octocK^^ i the under- THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS - ws v-, Administrator of the Estate of 0. L. Lun£ / ceased. SHIUY PETTIBONE, Head Stones Monuments, 1 j^T pee m .bej 9x6 ya» ewtt&ot. .„„ race, riders to change at half miles. Special purse. SPECIAL BUTTER CONTEST. One of the special features Is the exhibit of butter from the various creameries. It is expected that every creamery in the county is going to have a •allon of butter, and purses of $10 and are up for the winners. Thiscontest will serve to attract attention to oar big butter interests. A SPECIAL PIG EXHIBIT, Hog breeders say that a finer display of pigs will be out than was seen at the state fair. A special contest of 10 pigs each is on between M. B. Dalton, A. L Belton, J. B. Hoflus, and J. A. Vipond , Three breeds will be represented anc Will lec/in the year 1897-98 \ e&0 b owner says his pigs will win th The State University OF Dlrectors-D. H. Hutchlns, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, F. H. Vesper, Ambrose A. rates to parties furnishing flrst-class security. Officers anil Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, 0. 0. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Qeo. L. Galbraith, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Cooke. Algona State Bank. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. General Banking. VJIIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT 7A.ULT8, {^"Interest paid on time deposits. GKEO- CL Six per cent Interest on Time Deposits for money left three months or more. _ is one of th luitjbu vuuug business men in Iowa ind his future success in life is assured The bride is one of tho county's mos attractive young ladies well fitted t grace the home she comes to. All A 'ona young people will unite in giving 'hem a hearty welcome and in wishing them all the enjoyment and success in .ife their union so bountifully promises. PALMEB-KIMBALL. At H. L. Kimball's home yesterday ivev. Greenshields of Burt joined Nelson Palmer of Klemme and Miss Emma Kimball, a sister of Algona's grain dealer. Relatives and a few friends were present. The bridal pair left on the evening train for Kansas, where they will visit, returning to Klemme to make their home. The groom is a successful business man in Klemme, and the bride a woman of many graces, Algona friends extend congratulations. Mnnftv alwavs on hand to loan on first mortgages, second Moneyaiways^on nan ^^ oollateral8i Notea bought. ALGONA, IOWA. The Algona Deposit & Loan Assn. W iu H-TTARANTEE Call at offices for particulars. 8 Offices over Algona State Bank PER GENT. Merest CXfcT TIMS DDSE'OSXWS. Tas. Painter, Paper Hanger KALSOMINER, SIGN AND CARRIAGE PAINTER. i Postal card orders will receive prompt attention. -On September IB. ruoular Information as to the respect JP <ifii>artments address as follows: Colleriate-Charles A. Schaeffer, president, prize. SOME SPECIAL PREMIUMS. Spurbeok & Lambert make the lowing offer of premiums: For the best gallon of creamery ter, first prize three gallons Wells & fol- . Gllchrl8t ' n vfistrar of faculty, Iowa City. enTal-W.S.Bosfonl, D. D. S., secretary , Ph. Q., ^ two gallons pf butter color ana five sacks of salt. For the best gallon of dairy butter, first prize one gallon of butter color; ,V"nifv iowacity .second, one sack of Gennessee butter f Snses in all departments axe reasonable. 8a lt. , SbS*W&&£^M?&fi to H P« I This in connection with the premium Iven by the society is the por f " h °'"" Jfer ever made at a county fa... _,-, awards will be made by the regular appointed judges. Butter may be sent . G. Rawspn, superintendent Home Seekers' Excursion. Special homeseekers' excursion tickets may be sold Aug. 3 and 17, Sept. 7 and 21i Oct. 6 and 19, 1897. Selling rate will be one lowest regular first I M. P. HAGGABD. class fare plus $2, the 52 in addition to the one fare rate to be collected by agent selling the ticket. No extra charge will be made when tickets are executed for return passage. THE Dally Iowa Capital has issued a JAS. A. ORE, G. V. address A. SQHAEFFEB, Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Smith,' Abstracts, Information S Real Estate,^ general assembly. This Send five cents to The Moines, Iowa, for a copy WE don't carry filled, plated nor ten-1 Collections, cent rings; but we have the finest line I ' ' "-^ AW5QNA, IOWA. Fred Thorn, AT HOBART, IOWA, ives as many pounds of sugar or a dollar as anybody, and sells 11 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. FRED THORN, OR NO FAY, 3=% Artesian wen contractor, J liave the only cable ateam driiuug machine owaed in the county i sink wells for water supply for towns, cities, and railroads. Special attention to farm well wortt. Estimates inade. I em- oy only e»Srt arlUers, Iowa,.

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