The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1897 · Page 5
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THE UPPER BE8 MOINES: A r.OnNA. IOWA. WEPNE8PAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 189?. Great Bargains DURING- FAIR WEEK AT J. I'S. 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 Dav every farmer in Kossuth county who attends the tair to remember this and call. You will not only get the ticket but I can save you ten per cent, on your bill by buying from me. Don't forget the place—Cowles' block. No. 8 E. State St. James Patterson. ••• RAILWAY TIME CARDS. .^^^^ ~^ ^*^-~ —•—• •—CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL LOCAIj TRAINS WEST. o. 1. departs at To. 3 departs at Freights that carry passengers- No. 93 departs at To. 71 departs at Jo. 06 departs at TRAINS BAST. No. 2 departs at No. 4 departs at Freights that carry passengers— $o. 78 departs at *o. 04 departs at ! out onto the ground. He struck on his right shoulder, which ia quite badly bruised. Everybody who comes to the fair will do well to read Kraft's advertisement and visit his store while in town. He will have a show Interesting and profitable to inspect closely. Adam Siler's merchandise at Whittemore has been seized, and a lot of litigation Is likely among the contest- ingclaimants for it. Adam has not been a successs as a merchant. Galbralth is celebrating fair week with a big ribbon sale. Galbraith s store is full of the latest styles In dress goods, and has the sole agency for the Butterlck patterns in Algona. The horseless wagon came in from the south on the Northwestern Saturday. It goes from here to Sioux City, where it will be one of the attractions at the big Mondamin festival. The joke is on one of the delegates to the republican county convention. He came in Saturday. When he found out who had been nominated, he said it was all the same, they were his men. Wm. King has bought the S. H. Me- Nutt fnrm south of Hobart, the consideration being $5,000. He will leave the home farm south of town David King talks of moving buck to that himself. The great Beach & Bowers minstrels will be in the opera house next Tuesday evening. It has been a long time since a minstrel company has come, and this is one of the best. They carry 35 people. Friday night 18 Redmon went to Emmetsburg from Algona and instituted a flourishing lodge. The night freight was held for them and a coach attached. They reached Algona about 0 o'clock in the morning. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Sunday services at Odd Fellows' parlors, 10:45 a. m. Subject next Sunday: » Communion with tho Risen Saviour." Testimonial meeting Friday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock. All Invited. Dishonest Advertising Never Pays. _. . c i •• =4- ™,~r t\\f npnnle found our store crowded with bargains, and as a values fered until Oct. 9 : $9.50 ALL-WOOL SUITS AT $6.00 ALL-WOOL SUITS AT BOYS' ALLrWOOL SUITS AT In Men's Overcoats we will offer an all-wool ! coat during this sale. Liberal cuts in Boys' and Children s Overcoats. - $6.95 - 3.95 - 1.95 $4.95 buys a good over- Specials in Furnishings, etc. « c '*««*« $I .oo underwear at 5 oc ; $ 2 .oo hats at $« > J*c it $?. 65 , 75c tacea milieus H.L iyu , « s ~w~ —• • -$3.50 shoes at $2.65 ! $i-25 duck coats at 690. We have many other inducements that we-will oftcr you not mentioned here. We solicit your patronage and assure you that you will find everything as here advert.sed. Kraft Clothing Company. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. Mixed ' 5:00 p m Mixed V..'."! 10:36 p m Mlxea v F. H. VESPER, 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. Oct. 10 is Sunday school day all over Iowa. The N. J. Skinner trial comes next week. Court opens next Tuesday. Judge Thomas presides. Over 500 entries had been made for the fair Monday. Algona has a better band than is fully appreciated. Wheat sellers will do well to get the mill price on it. E W. Donovan has 315 bushels of potatoes this year on one acre. The Woodwards are putting on fine attractions at the opera house. Judge Quarton began a three weeks term of court at Spencer Monday. The Algona, Whittemore and Wesley bands will all play at the fair Friday. Jake Winkel is getting a neat home on the quarter lately bought of Joseph Zanke. A half dozen of the fastest running horses in the state came Monday for the races. The country is again very dry. Pastures are suffering, and fall ploughing is difficult. The Y. M. C. A. is going to have an art loan exhibition Thursday and Friday, Oct. 14-15. Four drunks were arrested the night of the Bryan blow-out. Forty ought to have been taken in. Ll Legal Blanks Real Estate Mortgages, Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, Leases, Gash or Share Rent, Real Estate Contracts, Bill of Sale, Chattel Mortgages, Satisfaction of Mortgage, Grass Leases, Notes, The relay foot race this afternoon promises to be exciting. Several teams are likely to compete. Mrs. S. S. Sessions is just recovering from a very severe attack of peritonitis. She has been very sick. Lester Wilson's boy fell from a wagon and dislocated his arm at the elbow Saturday. Dr. Morse set him to rights. Ambrose A. Call has a letter from a private school man in Afton who is talking of coming to Algona to open a school, Tbos. MoArthur has some potatoes at the fair that average nearly two pounds apiece. There are 20 varieties exhibited. J A Vipond has been weighing his nigs from week to week to see how they thrive One of them put on 21 pounds in 14 days. The W C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. <4 D Patterson next Wednesday. All come to hear our delegate's report of state convention. We have repeatedly called attention to the cheap lands in Minnesota advertised by the Northern Pacific railway. All who want cheap farms will do well to deal with these responsible holders of the best in the north country. Algona is the wheat market. The new mill company has been paying BO cents, and even higher. It is going to make it impossible to ship wheat out of the county. Anyone who has good wheat should get the Algona price before selling. Marriage licenses have lately been issued to F. O. Satlur and Grace Harrison, Louis Minderman and Mat tha Hengel, Arthur Porter and Caro no Jacobson, Ailbert Abbes and Anallne Blokert, Adolf Hennefehrt and Matilda Wagner, Geo. Corsoy and Libbie Fox. _, , The new steel bridge at the Blackford crossing is to be in by Nov. 20 The iron has been ordered already, and the idea is to have the steel tubing piers in by Oct. 20. Mr. Killmar says he will not need to have the old bridge out over four days before the new one will be passable. A thrifty Swedish farmer stood up all through "Cyclone Davis"' speech and then listened to Bryan. All lie said afterwards was that ho wished that anyone who believed them would S o to some of the old countries. Then he would know whether there were any privileges or enjoyment in this country or not. The Blue Earth Valley Coursing club announces two big stakes for the big meet to be held at Bancroft, October 20, 21 and 22. For judge they have secured Wm. Steppenson of Kansas City, and for slipper Mr. J. D. Farwell of bouth Dakota: these gentlemen officiate at the Davenport meeting. The Bancroft Register says it is to bo a big thing. Rumors of a suit by Schu & Waterhouse for damages against Louis E,ich- enrodt and L. F. Hudson of Clarion are confirmed. Clarke & Cohenour have asked for $500 damages in the coming term of court. The charge is that the Clarion boys are calling their cigars " Sportsman's Game," when that name is legally the property of our Algona firm. There will be a Y. P. S. C. E. rally at the Congregational church a week K tomorrow, In which the whole county will participate. An invitation is extended to all the young people's societies in Algona. The exercises will fill the day and good programs are arranged for morning, and afternoon and evening. The exercises open at 10 o'clock. There will be a Christian Endeavor social in the Congregational church narlors Tuesday, Oct. 5,. at 8 o'clock It will be a curiosity social and all are requested to bring some vacation souvenir Each article to be labeled with its name, where found, by whom collected, and any other interesting facts in regard to it. All are invited. Admission 10 cents. Oowles' Block, ALGONA, IOWA. was that when a Ledyard citizen met a Bancroft citizen. The Bancroft man knocked tho Ledyardito half across the car, and then to keep in trim piled four others in tho aisle in a heap as fast as they could get out. The fighting, swearing and obscenity are said to have been simply fearful on the train, and the women who wero so unfortunate as to bo present were shamefully treated. Not as large a house was out for the band concert Saturday evening as It deserved. The music was exceptionally good throughout, and tho Ida Fuller dances were bettor than was anticipated, which is exceptional praise. For a spectacle it is better than anything over given in tho opera house the > fire scene being wonderfully rea stlo. Miss Kate Smith and Frnnk Fuller played violin solos, Miss Daisy Coombs sang, nnd Chas. Crammond gave a piano solo. The band, although playing on short notice, did all its pieces well. Algona has the finest band in Iowa for its size. Special Snlo of waist silks at 35c-fair week-worth 50 to 75c a yard, at Galbruith & Co.'s. ITarms For Sulo. Two improved farms 4i miles west of Algona, 160 acres in each, for sale cheap, time to suit purchaser. Call on C. J. Doxsee, Algona Iowa.-17tt. eastern "Gold Bugs" are hun That Old Stove • i. You were going to throw away last winter, but times were a little hard and you thought you would make it do just one more winter, so you set it up and bought enough extra coal during the season to have paid for one of our "COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATERS," and this you called economy. Our Cole's Hot Blast Heater is guaranteed to save one-third more fuel than any other soft coal stove. It is constructed so it burns the gas product of the coal that ordinarily goes up the flue. 1 copie living here who used them last winter will give them the highest kind of endorsement. They held fire 36 hours with one hod lull ot soft coal, and will hold fire all night with cobs. Our air-tight wood heater holds fire all night with wood. Just the thing to put up before you want to start a permanent hard coal nre. LOOK US UP ON THE FAIR GROUNDS. We will have a side show of our own worth seeing. dP rrefsiveness by securing the agency for Putnam Fadeless Dyes. This dye not only colors more goods than any other but each package vn 1 co or any and all kinds of clothes. Price lOc. A F DAILISY, has found a bank draft. Owner' can have same by paying for this notice^ _ _ OUH carriage is not horseless, but it will pay you to C. M. DOXSEE, HARDWARE. — Competent girl for gener SOME INTEEEBTINa FACTS, al . One Price to All. Cleaning watches, ?1; best mam springs, $1. All work^arranted^^ Hotice. Persons holding my storage account books or due bills against the New Daisy Mills must present them ft my office and take all their flour and feed nut at onCGt , -i <JWW **v v™ ^ ^ tT -n-r-rrivr -Kir* A Q Ml I", Wliat You Can Uuy ot J. A Hamilton .te Co., Alfsoiia, Iowa. Pressed brick for chimneys, per 1000 IjllZ.UU Common brick for cellars 7.60 34-inch tile j°-°" 4-inch tile {2.50 5-inch tile • , 18 ' UU Dry cord wood, delivered, per ^ ^ Dry stove'wood, delivered....... 1-50 Material for wagon box, 26 inches _ high, complete • •• °-«" Large dry oak fence posts, each. .Ob Felt roofing, complete, per 100 square feet. 6lU BOOTS Ladies' Fine Shoes, The Algona players did not get tbe nrize at the tennis tournament at wesi „„, ... Bend. They stood second at both sin-1 friends in Kossuth. gles and doubles. Fred. Corey says his pony will beat the Scott tandem team tomorrow. It will be the best race of the kind ever run In northern Iowa. The death of E. B. Campbell of Armstrong takes away a genial pioneer. He was a frequent visitor n Algona and always cheerful and full of interesting reminiscences and anecdotes His home has sheltered many a .visitor to old Armstrong's Grove, and his store was one of the early landmarks. In their sorrow Mrs. Campbell and children 1 have the sympathy of a wide circle of inK -""- EIGHTEEN karat rings that are 18 karat, not 14 karat rings made up by some jobber and stamped 18 '""">* 6 J DiNGLEY MONEY—On first mortgages. •Money—On second mortgages. Money—On short time. Money—At lowest rates._ r 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. <"« Galbralth <to Co. Will have their special ribbon sale this ave er sp ee-oIoOO yards of ribbon worth from 40 to 760 a yard-all goes at 26o a yard. Ladies' Medium Fine Shoes, Ladies' Heavy Every-day Shoes, Misses' Shoes, •M Children's Shoes, larger quantities, a The Upper Des Moines NEWS BOOK, AND JOB PRINTING HOUSE, .AIQQNA, IOWA. Everyone who attends the Woodward theatricals gets a ticket, and Saturday a bicycle will be drawn. The lucky holder will be all right. Ed. Haokman is going to add aval* able feature to the fair. It to a booth near the gate where'bicycles> and all packages can be checked and left. Jacob Augustine's barn, hog house and hen house burned Monday. His torn is two wiles south of the church S Prairie He has small insurance. More shows and side attractions are onIbefair grounds than ever before. All the grouncl is taken. Secretary Butler bar had trouble in getting all j, W. Hinohon .and bis little Daughter bad a narrow escape- at tbe fair ground* Saturday. His boree.broke fooselrom the buggy and im A close guesser says Nick Sheridan of Bancroft will be Col. Spencer's com- netitor J. H. Gortner is making a Se race for sheriff, while Mike.Mc- Donald of Whittemore is said to have the west side of the county, andS.P. Christensen expects to be nominated. It would look to be only fair to let " Pete" try it over again. He and Mr. Samson ran together before and got gsed to each other's paces. Geo. E. Clarke and E. V. Swotting went to Des Moinea Monday evening to Take tbe deposition of Miller in the Boyer cattle case. Boyer gave Geo. 0. Call a mortgage on tbe stock. Miller owi the farm be is on and caimeto own the stock, which he has driven off. Boyer says Miller does not own the stock and this suit is to make him return it to the farm. A criminal prose" outtonis pending against' Boyer, but will be drppped, if Miller is found not to be the owner. THOS. H. DAVIS now wishes to close out his entire stock of harness fixtures etc. Call at once. Opposite Tennant house. FOB time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County State Bank. FINE new line of dress trimmings, all the newest things, just received. GGO. L. GALBBAITH & Co. $ 4O l»ev Month. Salary. A few energetic ladies and gentlemen wanted to canvass. Above salary guaranteed. Call or address, ! U m3 FRED LAX, Colo, Iowa. Milwaukee Excursion Bates. Excursion tickets are now sold at reduced rates to Spirit Lake and Okoboji by the Milwauke line. Tickets for the exposition at Nashville, Tenn., May 1 to Oct. 81, are sold at 80 per cent, of full fare, WE have just received some beautiful new patterns in ingrain carpets. Men's Fine Boots and Shoes, Men's Medium Boots and Shoes, Men's Heavy Every-day Boots and Shoes, Boys' Boots and Shoes, All kinds of Footwear, at WE will pay a salary of $10 a week for man wUh rig to introduce Perfection Poultry Mixture in tbe country, the greatest egg producer on ^Ad , Perfeotion J » ir ^r TUT-'-- « dregs, yrjljb go,, =•——"• T • tbe fair. Pome ao.4 B. jt will be worth,; JIM J The Shoe Merchants, Algona, Iowa. »Ab '^sjyiw An even do?en flgbte u ,. the train that went north •"—..;--1 Bryan meeting. The most exciting' G, M, < stf* BfcV fe' Wi" d- <A . f ?&W felt

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