The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1897 · Page 5
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THE UPPER DBS MOINES: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,jt89l ^^j^^,^.^.,.^^--^ ^^^^^^^asi^aii^^ Great Bargains DURING FAIR WEEK AT Every person buying five dollars' worth goods of any kind (except sugar) at my store will receive a ticket of admission to the fair grounds. I carry a large stock of goods in my line, and the largest complete line of Crockery west of the Mississippi river. It will pay every farmer in Kossuth county who attends the fair to remember this and call. You will ry ; ^nly get the ticket but I can save you ten per cent, on yoi/,r bill by buying from me. Don't forget the place—Cowles' block. back up hts belief. The boys who know hott Scott tsati ride think the tandem will make the pony weary. THE UPPER DES MOINES was unable to comment on the Peters' musical recital last week. The audience was small, but those present enjoyed an evening of very fine music. Wm. deary got 000 pounds of honey this year from 36 hives of bees. It Is worth $112. Mr. deary makes more from his garden and bees than some men do on a quarter section. The state crop bureau reports killing frosts over the state. Not to exceed 10 percent, of the corn was in condition to be hurt. Winter apples have been damaged by the dry hot weather. The $3,000 horseless wagon that was one of the big things at the state fair will be shipped to Algona by the owners and will be on our track each day during the fair. It runs eight miles an hour. A. D. Barker has brought a new weed to this office. It looks like a thistle, feols like a thistle, and makes a man swear like a thistle. It is a thistle, but of what species Is undetermined. Vet. McChesney of Burt, who is to go against Forest Rice's pony next week Friday at the fair, rode 107 miles Grand Opening Sale *- Fall and Clothing Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 23-4-5. $7.50 to $9.50 w t, Suits at $5.95. • . • . «1 I j_..l.~l.d' > .n*rr*«.***J«**nilrt11 /-vfTot* *T/M1 »1 I 1. ttf !"*("*! Atl f*R He is a powerful and speedy. All will bo in for No. 8 E. State St. s James Patterson. RAILWAY TIMS CARDS. s^^. • «v^~^ V • CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & Sf. PAUL. LOCAL TUAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at 2 rjj a ™ No. 3 departs at d.oapm Freights that carry passengers- No. 03 departs at. .12-.15.pm UOJ-mi. to tvl> •" -™ no C, m No. 71 departs at 0 28pm No. 05 departs at 8 .JO p in TRAINS EAST. No. 2 departs at No.4 departs at Freights that carry passengers— No. 76 departs at No.0* departs at Ageut. CHICAGO * NORTHWESTERN. South- Freight 11:30 a m Pass 7:07 am Mixed 12:55 am Mixed 8:00pm North- Mixed 7:07 a m Freight 12:30 am Pass 2:33 pm Mixed 10:35 p m H. VESPEB, Agent. For the next three weeks I will sell steel ranges at Prices that will Astonish You. Please call and get prices. THE LOCAL FIELD. County fair next week. Goeders has a special sale. Kraft's big clothing opening will be a feature of the fair. Doxsee's line of heating stoves be a feature at the lair. The Algona, Whittemore, and will ^^ _ -B ] Wesley bands^will play at the fair. The frost came Sunday night. It caught nothing worth catching. Market prices are a shade off. Oats 16, wheat 73, corn 18, ilaxOO, hogs$3.30. The opera house company elected Alex White manager Monday evening. Dr. Sheetz is up town regularly now- a-days. He is recovering very rapidly. General Manager Earling of the Milwaukee visited Agent Hedrick yesterday. Jas. Taylor's store will repay a visit from fair visitors and visitors at the fair. M. B. Dalton says our pig show next week will beat the state fair. He went to see that. G. G. Wright has bought the Ed. Winkie dray line. He will make a success of it. The school census has been taken. Algona has 399 males and 407 females of school age. Sheriff Samson seized 25 bottles of beer in Mrs. Hine's place at Germania one day last week. Dr. Morse's cousin brings $30,000 out of the Klondike region. He has been in Alaska several years. Lawyer McMahon is having his home repainted. The Grove houses have also all been touched up for the winter. The sewer question is not yet settled. The details about granting a right-of- way to the river have not been arranged. Ed. Donovan can prove that sheep pay. Seven ewes had twins for him. He sold the lambs and wool for $59 and has the ewes left. Steel ranges at Robinson's hardware one day last week, long distance rider Burt and Plum Crook this race. Treasurer Reed's report of school finances shows $8,971.55 collected in the teacher's fund the past year, &3,710.88 in the contingent fund, and $7,274.8i in the school house fund. There is now on hand $1,484.30 in the teacher's fund, nothing in the contingent, and $17.1U in the school house. The school board had a meeting Mon- dav evening and elected C. M. Doxseo secretary and L. J. Rice treasurer. The new law provides that in March the voters shall elect the treasurer. John Reed has been treasurer many vears, and a careful and attentive olii- cial. His going to Des Moines made a new choice necessary. Algona is going to have a big crowd tomorrow. The town will be on display and republicans should > join in trlvine visitors a good impression. L,ot the bunting fly and let Bryan have a big time. It will do him good and won't lose a republican vote. Then the democrats can turn In and help the republicans when they have a celebration. The Woodward Theater company will open a weeks engagement at the opera house Monday evening, Sept. tf, in Lost Paradise. One lady will bo admitted free when accompanied by a gentleman having one paid ticket. Free tickets will be supplied at the E & F. drug store, where tickets will be placed on sale Thursday morning, Sept. 23. Art. Allen has a team for the relay foot race, Chas. Crammond is getting up one and Burt, and Whittemore expect to be in. Every town in the county should be represented. It is six men to the half mile stationed at equal distances. Each runner gives a token to the next in his learn. It will be an exciting contest and comes next Wednesday. Any six runners can compete. A few years ago the violin player in theSterzbach orchestra was a young man named Fuller. Since leaving Al- eonahis wife lias become the most famous dancing artist in the world. Ida Fuller is known for her wonderful dances in every big city on earth, and is soon to begin a starring tour in Europe. She is in Algona on a visit and is going to dance Saturday evening at the opera house for the Algona band. A curious cabinet now stands in the J E Blackford home. It is made from an old cherry chest that belonged to Mr. Blackford's grandfather and much over 100 years old, from a table that was made for Schuyler Colfax, and from black walnut that Mr. Blackford sawed for himself in the old mill he used to run. It has been made by Mr. Blackford's sons, is elegant in cle- all- Cti-e<i+o o-f difcC QK Our high-grade men's suits . , v ~ «~ ^ wool OUltS at J^O.yD. wiU a if be Slaughtered. Our cheaper suits will start at $2.75 and we will offer you all-wool ones worth $6.50 and $7.50 at $4-9$' All-wool boys' suits at $1.9$, and children's at QQC. We guarantee this coat to be strictly all-wool and equal to any clothier's $ 10 coat. Big cuts in boys' $10 Overcoats at $5.95. and children's overcoats. $1.00 Underwear at 39c. Specials in Furnishings, etc. %^l^; l &^%,.,^- Scotch caps at i$c ; $1.00 shirts at 6 9 c ; 75c shirts at 39C ; 4oc work shirts at.250 J $1.00 pants at foe -all-wooldress pants at 99 c ; <£». overalls at 4 5c ; boys' overalls at .I 5 c; Ic=ath e r--faced miit- tens at I 9 c ; a good dress shoe at $1.19 5 $2.00 shoes at $1.65; odd sizes m $3.00 shoes at $1,95 , $3 co shoes at §2.61; ; $1,25 duck coats at 6 9 c. 11^»^^^ KRAFT CLOTHING CO. you anticipated. CALL OPERA HOUSE. Special Fair Week Attraction, TUo return of the favorites, , WOODWARD ££• Presenting the Great Labor Play, A 1 FOR TEN DAYS and other New York successes. Change of Bill at_Eacli Performance. Ladles free Monday night. The Omaha nee says: » Dotft see how they can give so much for the iirice. RESULT OF THE PRIMARIES NEW METHOD IS IN MUCH FAVOE. R. H. Rpencer, B. F. Reed, and Barton and Oleson Get Majorities-Others May Be in Doubt. sign and workmanship. We doubt if a better piece of cabinet work has lately been turned out in Algona. It is failed with curious specimens from all over the world, a rare and valuable collection. The schools now have some little folders giving in brief the new courses of study. A whole year's work is added to the old schedule, to be covered m the same time formerly spent. Our schools are now up abreast the best schools of the state. There are three courses open, one for students who desire to fit for college in the classics, one for scientiflc students, and one for AH of the primary elections have been held except in Riverdale. That is called for tomorrow. The results foreshadow the coming ticket pretty plainly, Col. Spencer, Supt. Reed, and Supervisors Barton and Oleson will bo nominated without doubt. In the contest over sheriff the uninstructed delegates are enough to change the result but Sheriff Samson seems now to be the ON THE FOLLOWING GOODS: Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums Floor Oil Cloths/ Curtains, Drapery, Shades, Blankets, Quilts. We will offer the above goods for the next 10 days at a discount of 10 per cent.; so if you are in need of a carpet or a floor oil cloth under your stove, call and buy it while this sale is on. Yours truly, He the Legal Blanks Real Estate Mortgages, Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, Leases, Cash or Share Rent, Real Estate Contracts, Bill of Sale, Chattel Mortgages, Satisfaction of Mortgage, Grass Leases, Notes, in Hum- Spencer the corn- F E?e r ry where, where the ballots were used, the greatest satisfaction is ex- nressed over the new method. In Every ward in Algona a hot contest was and a big vote was polled, but abso- larger quantities, a The Upper Des Moines are the leaders for three weeks, is making prices that knock out old oast iron stove. Judge Quarton held court boldt last week. He goes to next. Judge Thomas holds ing term in Algona. The new mill company took-possession of the Wilson property at the Milwaukee depot Monday. F. W. Dingley is hereafter in control. The Woodward Theatre company come this year with lots of new specialties. They are the best repertoire company ever in Algona. The Woman's Library Aid society will meet Friday afternoon, Sept. 24, at 8 o'clock at the reading room. This is the opening meeting for the fall. The Algona tennis players went to West Bend yesterday. The big tournament will continue today. We confidently expect one of the trophies. Next week we shall publish * 8t ory of campaigning in this legislative district back in the fifties, when J. E. Blackford was chosen representative. Two teams came from Wlntereet last week and sold apples. The wagons were then loaded with potatoes. Potatoes are $1 a bushel in southern Iowa. Guy Scott, Algona's armless'bicycle , those whe expect to complete their studies in the high school. The schools are already in full working order and everybody speaks well of the work be- in tr done. Prof. Spencer and his able assistants take hold with zeal and energy. For six nights, commencing Monday, Sept. 27, the Woodward theater company will be the special fair week attraction at the opera house, producing during its local stay such sterling sue- cesses as " The Lost Paradise," 'Wife for Wife," and other New York productions. The repertoire to be presented will be a new one and will be staged with all the advantages of stage and scenic effect. Seats will be placed on sale Thursday morning. Monday night has been designated as ladies free night. The kinemetograph, the best of recent inventions for the pro auction of animated pictures, will be a special feature of the engagement. An extra matinee for ladies and .children will be given Saturday. JNO. GOEDERS. nn n,ilQ a UJU vuuo »»wo j,w*.«~., — lute Julet prevailed and men came out who had not attended a caucus in ten ye inasmuch as full reports are not in from all townships, and inasmuch as mme did not ballot .on candidates a summing up of the primaries is impos- 8i The convention will be held Friday. It will be one of the quietest and most harmonious ever held in the county. Notice. Persons holding my storage account books or due bills against the New Daisy Mills must present them at my office and take all their flour and feed out at ° w BUTLER. Admr. AND JOB PRINTING HOUSi, AIQQNA, IOWA. rider", is in Pes Moines „, school. Be is going tp bring a light ning rider up lor the big race next Thursday. Fred. Corey was in town Monday, his pony will teat fiKjptt.wfl rifley Taylor's Millinery Opening. Taylor's grand opening of millinery goods, cloaks and dress goods comes tomorrow. Most people know what Taylor's opening days mean, and neeci merely to be apprised of the date to be ensured of bargains in the latest and best that IB going. TBS! eastern " Gold Bugs" are hun> gry for more Iowa farm loans-_ Special rates now, THOS, P. COOKE. WANTiro T Competent girl fQJMgwwr >l housework. MRS, S. p. PRAKB- G M. JOHNSON will give special bargains on all one and two-seated carriages during the fair.—It EIGHTEEN karat rings that are- 18 [karat, not 14 karat rings made up by ' some jobber and stamped 18 Karat. 0 DINGLEY & PUGH. MONEY—On first mortgages. Money—On second mortgages. Money—On short time. Money—At lowest rates. Money-Gap. C. Call. Algona, Iowa. THOS. H. DAVIS now wishes to close out his entire stock of harness fixtures, etc Call atonoe, Opposite '"-—«* bouse. ^ . . . . i 11- i FOB time loans on real estate at Kossuth County State Bam?,, SOME INTERESTING PACTS. What You Can Uuy of J. A Hamilton & Co., AJKona, Iowa. Pressed brick for chimneys, per 1000 •• $1 2'9n Common brick for cellars 7.6U 84-inch tile ™.0(> 4-inch tile 12.50 5-inch tile • 18 -°° Dry cord wood, delivered, per C0 rd • Dry stove wood, delivered 1.50 Material for wagon box, 20 inches high, complete - • 6.00 Large dry oak fence posts, each. ,uo Felt roofing, complete, per 100 square feet -,-.• *- m Sewer pipe at 70 per cent, discount from list price. Carpet lining, building paper, all kinds of hardwood lumber, wagon and carriage stock, portable corn cribs, and fencing. 27M G M. JOHNSON is headquarters for Birdsell, Moline, and Mllburn wagons. THE Delineator for October is now ready, price 15o; also the Glass of Fashion, price 5c. For sale by GEO. L. GALBRAITH & Co. Ladies' Fine Shoes, Ladies' Medium Fine Shoes, Ladies' Heavy Every-day Shoes, . Misses' Shoes, Children's Shoes, Men's Fine Boots and Shoes, FOR the annual meeting of the grand lodge I. O. O. F., to be held at Davenport, Oct. 19 to 22, the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway company will sell excursion tickets Oct. 18 to 31 at one fare and one-third for the round trip.—21t6 . THIS is the season for flower pots. See Grove & Son's assortment. Men's Medium Boots and Shoes, WE are pots. right in line with flower M. Z. GROVE & SON. WANTED—Boomers. Mrs. A. E A new lot ot Gro.ye& Son's, Men's Heavy Every-day Boots and Shoes, Boys' Boots and Shoes, All kinds of Footwear, at-

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