The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1897 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1865. ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1897 YOL. XXXII-NO* 29, See the New BEST OF ALL THE FAIRS, WAS A SUCCESS IN EVERY WAT. And- China Fine Weather Contributes to the Annual Show—Races Were an Attractive Feature. At M. Z. Grove & Son. 102 E. State St. TELEPHONE 19. Now carry a full line of the . Butterick Patterns, in stock. We will get the new patterns as fast as issued each month, arid will have ior sale The Delineator, price 15c, and The Glass of Fashion, price 5c. October numbers now ready. Patterns sent by mail to any address on receipt of price. G. L. Galbraith & Co. The Providence smiled on the county fair this yenr, and four of the finest fall days, such days as are known only to Iowa, fell to its lot. Tho attendance on tho second day hroke tho record. The sale of tickets for the throe days was as follows: Wednesday, ndult J;.jj'JIJ Thursday, adult ;•',,!Friday, adult 1.1"' Thursday, children -^ Friday, children "" Besides those admissions there wore tho exhibitors, those in on privileges, tho race horse men, etc. The higeat number of adult tickets over sold before was 2,024. Tho financial showing is equally gratifying. The receipts are na follows: Amphitheater tickets $ „S3 I'M Privileges "?» nn Exhibitors' tickets "000 Stall rent • i" ( > Haco entries '} > Gate receipts M71 ^ Total LOS* 2+ To this is to bo added tho $200 which tho slatu pays, making a total of over $2,000. The oxponso account is not yet known, but will probably be about SI,500, leaving the society with comfortable surplus. The society owes $1,200 for tho now ground, also interest on that amount for years back. ; Tito Huttor ISxhlblt. Prof. G. L. McKay of the state agricultural college dairy school came up to judge the butter. There wore 12 jars from as many creameries in the county, and four jars of dairy butter. Tho ice chest matte to hold it did not partments were well represented and handsome, while In the educational department some very excellent work was shown. Worthy of special mention here was a case of samples of 00 varieties of native wood, prepared by Miss Jessie Newcomb's Irvington school. Tho ITnlr In Uctiei-nl. The stock judge was Mr. Woleholl of Dos Moines. Ho said ho had attended seven fairs and had seen none as good as Kossuth's. Ho made a collection of fruit and vegetables and took them home. A Chicago agricultural paper man said It was an astonishing exhibit. Ho took a big collection to the Chicago pure food show. Prof. McKay expressed the same flattering opinion. Everybody says It was the best fair that koHs'uth 'has had and that moans that It is us good as tho best. Here's hoping for four good days in 1898. JUST EEOEIVEB-A N OF' FANCY DISHES 'V# < '*a> a still and a fow LOOAL NEWS BRIEFS. Horseless Cnrrlnjjo nt tlio ITiUr. The horseless carriage at tho fall- was in hard luck. Their batteries were played out when they got hero, and had' to bo sent to Britt to bo recharged. Ono of tho managers went with them, and when ho got back Thursday morning it was discovered that there was still something wrong, and tho carriage did very little more than to stand on tho grounds N each day to bo inspected by many of the curious. Only short runs were made, and then only a speed of four or live miles an hour could bo attained. When in perfect working order it was given out that tho wagon could run 15 miles an hour. In many respects tho attraction, as such, was not a success. Tho crowd wanted to see tho machine in operation, but fov tho most part tho people wore disappointed. HOI-HO TrntlcrM lluvo a Scrap. Two horso-tradlng outfits got Into a fight outside fair grounds last Wednesday, during which ono hobo pulled^a •ovolver and shot sovoral times. To lis poor marksmanship must bo attributed his failure to hit more than once, ind that only caused an abrasion of tho cuticlo. Justice Clarke's decision in tho case replenished tho school fund by several dollars, and landed tho hobo in In French, German, and • Austrian China. Als a complete line of water and lemonade sets.. Langdon & Hudson. TELEPHONE NO. IS. that we always have on hand all kinds of grain and ground feed, bran, shorts, and oil meal at reasonable prices; also work well at first and the judge worked under difficulties, but ho pronounced it a fine lot. His highest mark was 97, for Aug. Nuvell of the Hobart creamery. Tho highest mark at tho stale fair was 97*. He marked Leo Tlbbotts of the Seneca creamery, G. F. Hanna of tho Whittemoro creamery, undE. A. Bacon of the German Valley creamery each 90. Then he tested these to decide which should have second money and gavo it to Mr. Hanna. The first premium was §10 and tho Spurbeck Ac Lambert prize, the second $5 and the prize offered by this firm. Following were tho competitors with their mark ings: Aug. Nuvell, Hobart, 97; G. F Hanna, Whittemore, 90; E. K. Jenkins, Lodyard, 04; Leo. Tibbets, Seneca, »o; E A. Bacon. German Valley, 954; G. L. Minkler, LuVerne, 951; D. L. Driver, Burl, 944; G. W. Bavvson, Buffalo Fork, 95; H. M. Dyer, Lolls Creek, 94; Aug. Johnson, Bancroft, ».->; F. M. Bacon, St. Joe, 95; A. W. Storz- bach, Algona, 94*. In the dairy exhibit T. J. Julian won first, marked 951, Mrs. K. M. Gardner second with 94. The others were J. Mlttag, 93; M. J. Sarchetl, 93i; and F. G. Slrandborg, 91. AND- FARM MACHINERY HARDWARE. W. H. JONES, Wetmore Truss. of all kinds and grades. Goods delivered to any part of the city. ILL C. & N. W. Elevator. jail for currying concealed weapons and attempting to commit murder, lie couldn't pay his fine nor give bonds. Deputy Sheriff Cosgrovo of Wesley made tho arrests, though not until after tho hobo had pulled tho gun on him. Later tho deputy " got tho drop and took in tho whole caravan. 8toi-7.bach ite Cixdy OrclioHtrn. The Storzbach & Cady orchestra has reorganized for work during tho coming winter and will soon be prepared for business. The orchestra this winter will consist of the samo musicians as two years ago, tho members being: Justus Lindmier, 1st viovnv, A. W. Ster/Amoh, 2nd violin and prompter; Fritz Grunzow, clarionet; G. W. Cady, cornet; Albert Krumra, double bass. MartMcCall may accompany tho orchestra on some of its trips with his harp, upon which ho has already become quite proficient as a player. A. W Sterzbach will bo tho manager, and the route for the winter will soon bo laid out. Algona boasts ono of tho best orchestras in the stale. City Water Supply. The city pump is winning almost continuously' now in order to supply tho needs of tho town. Tho well recently sunk to a depth of 600 foot proves on testing to bo inefficient and can bo exhausted in ISO minutes. Tho city fathers are preparing to got the machinery at work soon for sinking it to a depth sufficient for a good water supply, as the expense already incurred IB as good as wasted unless a bettor vein of water is reached. From what is known of the formation it is predicted that plenty of water will be found at a depth of M)0 feet. Tho Wheel Mot 111 It. Guy Scott says there is no use for any biko rider to entertain the idea that ho beat Dick Turpin or any other HOBART, IOWA. Also Land, Loan and Collection Business., orilco over Algornv State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix or Hartford, Hanover or New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Rockford of Kockford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of Now York, United States Life of New York. GEO. M. BAILEY. FINANCIAL. Kossuth County State Bank, 33BOOOO. -ft.X,G-03!TA, IOWA. Directors-Win. II. lugham, John G. Smith, W. Wadsworth, Unmet Dovluo. as? Y, M .P«; « r ii J. B. Jones, T. OhrlschlUes, Lewis H. Smith, J. First National Bank of Algona. CAPITAL.' 850,000 AMKUOSK A. CALL President i 1). II. HUTCH INS Vice President Dftectors-D. H. Hutching, B. A : Ferguson, The Amusement 1'rogrnm Tho fair has never had as good races before. Tho relay foot raco was exciting and novel, and Blanchard's run in the half mile race was very fast. The bicycle and pony races both showed that tho bicycle boys are not it. All tho running horse races wore hotly contested.' The Coroy- Kelloy relay five-mile raco was a. big attraction, but Kelley's horse running away with its rider gave Corey a walU- awo'y. The races and results were as follows: Novelty race— Vincent 13ros.' pony .> i utm i/^i*u *^.«.» 1— * ... Sehlitz'....; r i good horse in a five-mile race on a dirt A ?.. a , m *; ::::"::.'."."::::::. .':::::* u-uok. The horse has an tho ad van t- b County'running race- J age in this kind of going. That is •"•-Funk Jl Hnt.unrl so far as Guy is concerned, ana ••• ' to try it again. """ a general \V11. K. FERGUSON Onshler 0. 1). SMITH Aflst. CiiBUier Philip Dorwellor, F. II. A't-sper, Ambrose A. rates to parties f urnl.shiiiK llrst-class security. Special attention given to collections. Algona State Bank. Op*n ana Director,- OABll CAPITA,, $50,000. • A. D.c.arke, President, General Banking. C. C. Chubb, Vice Prest., ThoH. H. Lantry, Cashier, Goo. L. Galbraith, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schonck, Cooke. Thos. F. Cooke. PU1VATB SAFETY DKVOSIT VAULTS. st paid on time deposits. GKESO- C. ..1 can Six per cent Interest on Time Deposits Free-for-all run- Ruby Parly Mills Grover C 3 • Maple Leaf <* r . Blue Light (U County trotting— Coombs' horse .1 2 1-1 .8 1 2-2 seems to ho the general voruicu of wheelmen. The records of horso running and wheeling are close, anyway, and the wheelman must have a board or cinder track to hopo to win out. for money left three months or more, lli'st mortgages, second Mimov always on hand to loan on lli'st mortgages, se uiortgages, and good collaterals. Notes bought. ALGONA, IOWA. THIS TRUSS lilt I I WEAR TUP. ORDINANCE NO. 18. Mid west east A truss embodying the syrn- plicity and durability of all other *• J 1 i. .,«1 ;i»-/ti f\ \-\\r r\\ trusses, and yet unlike any of them The most simple truss ever made. Is practically indestructible—wears forever. _ Made on strictly hygienic principles— I no cumbersome springs to pass HSfsr5a^S55ff£S l-u»» d *<= **> It gives perfect freedom of ac- I tion without the slightest move' dTed"reieasing to tw nt of the truss. Does not take o ? Algonarxowa,may^^ PW? *?' ^ *" J. L. DONAHOO, City Clerk. Spoor's Heroy'a Relay foot race- Hurt Algona-No. 1 ., Algona No. 2 ". Hobart Slow race— -, Vincent's pony i Carton's f, Riebhoft's 7 Riebholt's ? SHELLY & PETTIBONE, Head Stones, Monuments, MARBLE Tho Algona Deposit & Loan Assn. win G-TJARANTEE Call at oluces for particulars. 8 omcet* over Algona State Battle PER PENT, interest O3iT ore you contract. The State Dniversity OF ° ity ° f " at the mayor L/HV*'********! • , , i rupture that the old styles take. Holds the rupture easily, surely. yet firmly and PR, L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines. to fit hold Little's Foot race, half mile— Blanchard £ Haunon u Rasmusson '. Burtis Free-for-all run— « » 1 i i_i John Berkley ~ f i t, T,_J, True Love -i « '•> " " GroverC ? ,. •: Penny Mills * •> * Rosy Waters »•'••' Pauline u * Trotting, 8:40— .. . , , i Payuemont J ., r>n ' Agues Wilkes - ;• ;-,_.,. Floriue ? 7 £ ' Edwin M • * * * Trotting, free-for-all— •> i i 1—1 ] Bessy - • " Prince N Horse and bicycle races F. A. Corey's pony Scott and McChosney.... Time, 13:12. n i Forrest Rice's pony il Fol . par tioular information as to the respect McOhesney j j ve Departments address as follows: Time,.loiiy. t r | oolledate—-Charles A. Schaeffer, president, Painter, Paper Hanger! THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS Witt lef/in the year 1897-98 .On September 15. KALSOMINER, SIGN AND CARRIAGE PAINTER. Postal card orders will receive prompt attention. JAS. A. ORB. Fred Thorn, AT HOBART, IOWA, I Gives as many pounds of sugar for a dollar as anybody, and sells [all kinds of GROCERIES BQO** »»A Sta^ggg^: J^EGAL ~~ For sale and guaranteed by W. J. Studley, M. P. HAOQA«D. G, V. PBEK Haggard & Peek, F.'A. Corey's string ., | IO Lav^-BmUn McOlain, chancellor, Iowa City. j, j. Kelley'a string .._._. --•*| Medlcal-E.W. RocUwood. M. D., secretary PHARWAOIST, By common consent it was the best ahowlng in ftll lines that has ever been on the grounds. In fruifc U was astonishing to- strftogere, iu vegetobles BO less BO. A ftpe lot of Uogs ^od pigs were out and some handsome cattle. Tbe ppwfory flUed the cqpps wd. was of faculty, Iowa City. Homoeopathic Medioal-J. G. Gtlehrist, M. secretary [Successors to Jones & Smlth.l | For catalogues py fS G«^R^S^ * Abstracts, Real Estate Collections, jat right prices. We want apart of your trade, and will do the square thing by our customers at all times. Call and see if this is not so. North of railway track, FRED THQBN, WAT&K OR NO PAY, AND eonti actor. 15* Wells tor wati .... tue only owaevl in tfte * "* f ' ^ t "" s t f **- '^ ^ ,J i^ ,^f v( .r.i -K*V f «.^. j- ' ^^^-,'^^

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