15 may 1896 algona courier

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15 may 1896 algona courier - THE COURIER, IOWA. FRIDAY MORNING MAY 16, J...
THE COURIER, IOWA. FRIDAY MORNING MAY 16, J 896. to flsh with hook to-day. is home from Oor- health is very poor- Hicks told us that terribly wet month, it so far. license was issued that to Robert Pompe Kressin. see those $2.50 mens black, at Brownell £ are dasies. man while learning took a tumble and He may recover. depot at Goldfield by lightning Tuesday burned to the ground. Kentucky has made us to trade Kentucky for advertising citizen, O. F. Hale, West BendJWednesday. hale and hearty as of Webster City, for advertise lost property was tried and fined $20 Mrs. H. Ingham and the boy are in Des Moines. E. O. Fitz, the Germania Banker was down on business Monday. D. R. Growl of Burt has disposed of his business for a farm in Clay county. J. G. Smith is at Blairsburg on business connected with the Patterson estate. The annual Burt picnic comes June 6. The Algona band has been invited to furnish the music. D. F. Sullivan is back here again after a very pleasant two weeks visit at Estherville and Rock Rapids. Geo. J. Adam's son, John, who is at Genoa, Nebraska, was married to a young lady of that place Monday. President E. G. Bowyer is at Des Moines this week attending the meeting meeting of the State Jewelers Association. Mrs. Thos. F. Cooke and her mother left for Chicago Monday. Mrs. Cooke will visit in Wisconsin-and her mother goes to Maine. Our school board will let the contract contract for the building of the new school house June 12. See notice in this paper. We are to have open air concerts each Saturday evening by the band Mrs. J. W. Robinson is at Cedar Falls for a short visit. Mrs. S. D. Drake is in Chicago making a visit to a lady friencJ who is very sick. Dr. Walter of Buffalo Center wa» down on professional business Monday evening. Kossuth sends-a good delegation of. representative democrats to the state convention. Geo. Platt and C. Byson attended the grand lodge of the A. O. U. W. society at Cedar Rapid's this-week. F. A. Matthews came over from Spencer Saturday fora visit over Sunday. Sunday. He is doing a nice business. Mr. Charles Stolte came all the way from Elmore, Wednesday to attend the county convention. He is determined determined that the democracy of the north end must be represented. James O'Rourke of West Bend has the honor of showing the first new potatoes potatoes of the season of '96. He raised them in a box and the editor of the .Journal says that they were nice ones. The new Baptist church at Mason was dedicated Sunday. The church is of pressed brick with stone trimmings, English Gothic style, and 100 ~ ""* 100 100 100 We are

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  1. Algona Courier,
  2. 15 May 1896, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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