The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1897 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 10, 1897
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>' ^^w'*p v-Hf THE UPPEH BBS MOtNES: ALGONA, IOWA, WM)K£SBAY, NOV1MB32R 10, 189?* -^:= ,_s:^ r ...,..:., ...._ ._. „..„ _ _ . ,., ., . ._.,. „ ........... ....^.i,. .^^...a^^-^a^.' ..-^.^-.^----at^iiaufat^^ ' " """*" The Wetmore Truss. • CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOCAL TRAINS WBST. No. 1 departs at 9:05 am No. 3 departs at 3:58 ptn Freights that carry passengers- No. 93 departs at 10:45 pm No. 71 departs at 3:20pm No. 65 departs at 8:30pm „ ' TRAINS BAST. No. 2 departs at 10:45 am No. 4 departs at 6:28pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 7ff departs at /. 10:10 p m No. 94 departs at 2:20 p m R. F. HBDRICK, Agent. CHICAGO * NORTHWESTERN. South- Freight . Pass North..11:00 a m Mixed 7:05 am A. 1*00 i , . I iVHf t* 111 Mixed 11:50 am Mixed 7:54pm . 7:05 a m Freight 11:50 am Pass 2:41 pm Mixed 10:28 p m had hia trial. It is all ft9 Bailey said. Clark dug through two stone walls with a broom stick and is at large. His escape ia not serious for the watch was recovered. But he underlined the court house foundation so that one wall is badly cracked. The list of marriage licenses is as follows: Marcus Nason and Teresa Me- These ,**fS Katie E. ,rd A. Tftfl and Julie E. na Bernhoft and C. D. m LIJIVU i ;o* pm mixea i** r — Arrive at Des Molnes at 12:15 p. m., 0:15 p. i., and 1:20 a. m. F. H. VKSPEn, Agent. THIS Tnu53 MURDERS Mel I WP.AR THE ; TRUSS QALL OPERA HOUSE— TONIGHT-ONE NIGHT ONLY. An evening of mystery, melody and mirth. Engagement of THE DISTINGUISHED -»» A fv f\ PBESTIDIGITATEUR.. J.Y1. /\ I\ vJ A truss embodying the sym- plicity and durability of all other trusses, and yet unlike any of them. The most simple truss ever made. Is practically indestructible—wears forever. Made on strictly hygienic principles— no cumbersome springs to pass around the body. It gives perfect freedom of action without the slightest movement of the truss. Does not take one-half the pressure to hold the rupture that the old styles take. Holds the rupture easily, yet (Irmly and It stays Just where It Is placed. The cheapest high-grade truss yet produced. It Is absolutely guaranteed to lit ana hpm the hernia with comfort, or money refunded. Don't buy any other truss before trying this Foi" sale and guaranteed by W. J. Studley, PHARMACIST, Boston Block, ALGONA,' IA. TAUT I. It filled me with wonder and amusement."— Forty minutes of bewilderment and humorous situations with the eminent prestl- dlglteur, MAHO. A bouquet of mysteries: A—The Aeroplane. E—A Comedyflf Errors B—The Lightning Ra F—An Improvised pier. Mint. 0—The Animated G—A Silken Shower. Block. II—Bonney's Mlsad- D—Floa Culture. venture. PAIIT it. " An Art Seance," which will Illustrate Maro's wonderful vesatlllty. "A Musical Se- ance." Various musical Instruments will be used by Mr. Maro, Including the Terz guitar, mandola, tmndora, one-string banjo, etc. "A Spiritual (?) Seance." Fifteen minutes In spookland. PAllT III. " If this be magic, let It bo art."—A Winter's Tale. Forty minutes more with Maro. Mer rlment born of bewilderment. A—Flags of the World. B—The Magic Spheres. C—From Pigmy to Giant. D—The Egyptian Shawl. E—The Giant Chain. F— Incubation a la Maglque. Prices, 50c, 35c and 25c. THE LOCAL FIELD. Sat' You Have Books, of course; everybody who is anybody has books, and lots of them. But the problem is— Maro tonight. Nov. 28 is temperance Sunday all over the world. Win. Hawley Smith at the Call urday evening, Nov. 20. Read Maro's program for tonight. It is given in this issue. Lan Kuhn has done a fine job of grading about his now home. Geo. W. Platt is building a big fine home over near Jas. Stacy's. L. K. Shadle orders his UPPEK DES MoiNES sent to Mason City. Mrs. Fern gives a party this evening for Miss Blair of Mason City. Several marked indications of wintei have been manifest the past week. Paul Hackl & Son of Bancroft made an assignment to John NemmersSatuv day evening. is a little It is pub- Clarkey, Louis F. Krause and Tjarden, WAI" ' — •• - » Jennings,. An Keepers. Jas. Randall Is not off starring with a theatrical company as one of our contemporaries said last week, but is assisting in getting up a famous home minstrel show that will be given in Algona Dec. 13. The famous Snowden Tennessee jubilee singers will be at the Congregational church tomorrow evening. The Epworth league and Christian endeavor societies have united in securing them. A fine entertainment is in prospect. Nothing has yet been done about moving the Northwestern hotel back out of the street. The city council ought to have the new owners take steps before they get fully established. The building should by all means go back. 'Squire Clarke united E. S. Robison, Wes Robison's son, and Annie Dalloy, sister of the Company F soldier whoso hand was blown up at Fort Dodge, in matrimony. The young couple start out with tho good wishes of many friends. Add. Thurston, who lives in the south end of tho county, has a runaway 12-yoar-old daughter. Ho was in Livermore last week advertising her, tho Gazette says. A girl must have had a hard life who wants to run away at that age. The Northwestern trains still get water at tho river south of Bancroft. After putting down a deep well and • building a tank and mill, it was found that the water hod too much lime in it for the boilers. Tho Bancroft well is useless for them. A question of Interest wns decided by the board as to marking the ballot. One man in Bancroft had put a little circle in the big circle and another had put a single straight lino. Tho board le ld that nothing but a cross as spool- led by law could bo counted. Jas. Whalen of Whittemoro is bound over to the grand ]ury in $500 bonds charged with rape. An ignorant girl under 14 years of ago is to become a mother soon, and alleges that Whalen is responsible. Whalen is a married man with five children of his own. At much less than old regular prices. Do not forget us. We are bargain givers. We save you money. SPECIAL SALE FOR NOVEMBER on the following goods: We can $5,000 WORTH OF $8,000 WORTH OF CLOTHING For Men and Boys. Overcoats, Fur Coats, Duck Coats, Odd Pants and Vests, Gloves and Mitts. $5,000 WORTH OF Dress Goods, Trimmings, Velvets, Silks, Linings Suitings, Flannels, Shawls, Carpets, Rugs, and Oil Cloths. $2,000 WORTH OF and CLOAKS : much less than regular prices. Also 50 long chileren's cloaks at 50c on the Dollar. Underwear For Men, Women and Children. Also a full line of Ladies' Union Suits, Bed Blankets, Quilts, and FLEISHER'S KNITTING YARN. $3,000 WORTH OK SHOES- $2,000 WORTH OF For Men, Women and Children. A full line of warm shoes, slippers and overshoes at Rock Bottom Prices. Notions, Ribbons LACES, EMBROIDERIES, HANDKERCHIEFS, Veilings, Ties, Trunks, Valises, and Groceries. Prices Always the Lotvest. dollar of which Where Do You KeepTliem? \ * 7F mrrv a first-class stock of desirable seasonable merchandise, every Ww^ught before any advance, and we therefore earnestly request you, for your own benefit, to see our goods and prices. Yours truly, The delinquent tax list larger this year than last. lished this week. There is nothing so nice for this purpose as one of those splendid book cases at Coan's. And they are not only nice but . cheap, too. After you buy one you will wonder how you ever got along without it. Come ' and make your selection now. A, M. COAN. Undertaking and Embalming. 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 Market prices are a little better. Flax is worth 00 cents, wheat 75(a>80, oats 16. barley 18, corn 15. Gov. Larrabee holds his lands in Eagle township at $35 an acre. That is the lowest price he will quote. Coan sold $150 of furniture one day last week. He says his trade is coming faster than he can get goods. Ed. Patterson strained his side while unloading some salt at tho store Saturday. He has hud quite a serious time of it. The supervisors had a long count of the election returns, A glance at tho figures will show how badly mixed they were. All who delight in the mysterious will be out for Maro tonight, His program includes everything in tho lino of magic. Two strangers were hauled up by Marshal Koran for being drunk. 'Squire Clarke assessed them $5 each and costs. The county board has given Mr. Allbright ?20 for the injured feelingsof his cattle that went through the bridge west of town. C A Weaver reports that Wm. Hawloy Smith had a big house at Webster City and that his lecture was a great success Geo C. Call and J. M. Cowan have completed the new six-foot sidewalk to tho Northwestern depot. It is a good job well done. S. D. Patterson is building a big John F. Peterson, a Swede farmei living in Swea township, was killed Friday evening by a bull which he had in his feed lot. He was feeding steers and went out in the evening. When found ho wns nearly dead. He was an old man. The bull was dehorned. Dr. Glasior has fitted up a temporary home for himself on tho lot oast of H L. KimbalPs, noxt to the Northwester tracks on McGregor street, and is not living in it. Next season ho will bnil a homo and use the present buildin for a barn. Ho has a pleasantlocatioi John Lindbloom was before th board Monday to protest ngainst hav ing his farm moved into Gooso lake, in Eagle, by a change in tho survey of tho township. He says Goose lake is dry enough part of tho time, but he prefers to have the land ho bought out on tho bank. The board found him insane, and under tho law had only one thing to do, and that is to send him again to Independence. An appeal has boon taken to the district court, and Mr, Carter will not bo sent back at onco. The Methodists enjoyed a most pleasant sociable at tho country homo ofC. Dau last Monday evening. Many wont in private conveyances, and teams were at tho church at 7 o'clock to accommodate thoso desiring to go that way There were over a hundred present and tho hospitality of Mr. and Mrs Dau was duly appreciated. The music bv Rev. Buc'hannanof the Presbyterian church and Chorister Smith of tho Methodist church was a very happy feature. Finances wore most satisfactory. D A Haggard, whoso reputation as an 'auctioneer is spreading out over those parts, is in Dickinson county today for a big stock sale, and on the The loss of a delegate in the First ward of Algona in coming republican conventions is not due to any lukewarm- ness on tho part of First-warders. The ward has lost 20 voters since last fall, who have moved out or who wore away last week. THE UPPER DES MOINKS wants the First ward record kept straight. The chrisanthemum show managers give the following notice: The mum show comes noxt week Thursday and Friday afternoon and evenings. Let us raise tho fountain fund to $300 this year. The fountain is to be a nice one with a clock and electric brackets, probably, so wo shall need a handsome little fund for it. Coleman Chubb and John Wallace went to Chicago Saturday with four carloads of fat cattle belonging to Chubb Bros. They averaged here 1,600 pounds a bend, as fine a lot as has lately been shipped. In speaking of them Mr. Chubb ridiculed the idea that cattlo will not gain faster on grass and corn than on grass alone, as urged by Prof. Kent last spring. Sunday morning about 4 o'clock a fire alarm called the firo company to Sheriff Samson's barn in tho northwest part of town. Before anything could be dono his team and cow together with the building were destroyed. Ashed near tho house was on fire but the flames were extinguished and the row of houses saved. It is thought that ^ the firo was set by-someone. Sheriff Sam- UilV * Ul il U1 K Dww^t. .J.*.~, --- — 26th goes to Fairibault county, Minn , for a sale, one item of which is 140 head of cattlo. Mr. Haggard was always a good talker at a sale, and now ho has become an export on stock, so that his services are being sought for from a distance. Of all varieties of public sneaking there is nono that requires more tact, ready wit, and command of language than crying a sale, and Mr. Haggard has all three. Malting. I have opened a dress making establishment on Call streot eastof tho Thorington house, and solicit the patronage of those having work in my lino. 34t2 ELLA PETERSON. ITor Kent. Four hundred acres of land of Lund farm. Apply at W. L. Joslyn's offlco. Notice of Separation. Mv wifo, Dora Pierce, has left my bed and board and notice is hereby given that I will not bo responsible for any bUls she may contract. B We are Long on Apples Just Now and can furnish them by the barrel, by the bushel, by the peck, or the handfull, as desired. Better lay in your supply for winter right now while you can get your choice of the best. No trouble about the price. That will be right. '*'*; "I ^ f * ! 'l ''?J •;! No. 8 E. State St. James Patterson. of all kinds and grades. Goods delivered to any part of the city ii. Q JJ, 4, tl U V<~> t- QVJl* *« w*~-- o i_i barn on his lots, the old Congregational parsonage property. It has a full stone foundation, The Free Methodists have a pastor and will reopen their church. The Presbyterians will move to the Swedish { gm Methodist church. Peter Young's daughter is home at j Fl ^v "night."!; j".~Ryan was expecte Plum Creek from the asylum at Inde- j-' * *. b fc James failed to show lendence, but suffering, we hear, from "» a ^, ^ ke a word or two , very depressing nervous attacks. while Geo. E. Boyle illuminated the •Rev F E Day's theme for discourse whole meeting with tho joyful beams JHs c -*asy!"JSi» r» ^^r^isM %A* Tho import*,., ol ™«».» ,„* ™™S^t££™& t £ At tho Congregational church next u a that a sprinkling of republicans Sabbath the pastor will speak on the | "'Jff,, ^,, mta t.«.lrn nf Rnma kind, following subjects: " The Giant With the Wounded Head, "and " The Church SEE those new jardiniers at Grove & Son's. _ _ LADIES' jackets, cloaks, and capes in j all the latest styles at Galbraith s. GALBRAITH at 25c a pair. is selling men's gloves For the next five months heat willl be a vital necessity. The old stove which you knew was worn had to do on account of the hard times, can C. & N. W. Elevator. One Hundred Dollars- is offered to any person wlio pan duplicate t» e kinds at Galbraith's. A LARGE assortment of fancy plates | IToVdeVto* mate more will make a cut price on at M. Z. Grove & Son's. of Christ." An alarm of fire called the town out yesterday afternoon to the Algona State bank block. A tinner's stove on the roof caused the trouble, which was soon over. Thus far the county has only had a few copies of the new code. very week to The de voivy 10 K» ^w t -.—— — - - t Auditor Calkins expects in a have enough for everybody, mand is very great. Sheriff-to-be Christensen says it is so that W. E. McDonald of Burt will be his deputy. Will is a P£P u lar y°W.S man and will be a gooA official. He is a cousin of Mra. E. J. Murtagh, The Thanksgiving dancing party is already being arranged for. A bran FOR 5 CENTS, SCHU & WATERS got in by mistake of some kind Rev. Otis concluded his special services in Algona last evening. He goes to Chicago from here to hold a series of meetings. He has resigned his pulpit at Charles City and will devote his time exclusively to evangelistic work. He is a plain, sensible, attractive talker and his revivals are not accompanied by sensationalism or nervous excitement. He is calculated to do good wherever he preaches. His singer is exceptionally well fitted for the work. Last Friday Mrs. Henry Miller of Sexton brought her father, Wm, Carter, home from the asylum at Inde- endence. He has been declared liope- insane, but Dr. Hill doubtless thought» change woulfl do him gopo that he would harm nobod MONEY—On first mortgages. Money—On second mortgages. Money—On short time. Money—At lowest rates. Money—Geo. 0. Call, Algona, FOR time loans on real estate at Kossuth County State Bank. lowa. apply I Second Hand Stoves town THE largest line of chamber sets in I and se ll them at almost your own price. These are bargains >wn at M. z. Grove & Son's. and should be investigated. If you are not a prospective ~ buyer come in and look at this magnificent . if nothing more, It will interest you, in second-hand stoves. We buy your old gold and silver. BringitinaWge^Umate^U Sign of the big watch. Sl.tll EIGHTEEN karat rings that are 18 karat, not 14 karat rings ^made up by | 6 J, W. Robinson. THE Wigwam haa just received a, big carload of Mitchell wagooe. Th.ey are mo narm IUWMMH* • • «*»£ I pos ui V el y tbe best farm wagon Q» the wa ^d"to wager, jbat tf Clark, ^ol^^MaSJSJ^T Mp> ^ V ®' INSURAML IBT-T-, --,--— --"- -'"' ' "^

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