9 june 1899 algona courier

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9 june 1899 algona courier - THE COTJBIEB. ALflONA. IOWA.JHIDAY MOUSING....
THE COTJBIEB. ALflONA. IOWA.JHIDAY MOUSING. JUNE 9, J899. NEWS. week. He sells A had a cow days ago. a jeweler next for his big ball June everybody invited. son are home and vicinity. stone insane asylum Mrs Roy Barton is enjoying a visit I The First National Bank building Mrs> Crabtree > wh °! ^fitting a new pitch roof put on it lives in Chicago. The city officials notify all bicycle riders to have lighted lamps on their bicycles after sundown. Dr. Kenefick is home again and hard at work. He was in Wesley and Tltonka last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Robinson of Des Moines are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Robinson of this city. Ed Johnson is building two houses, one south of the Tennant House and one in the north part of town. Dingley &Pugh advertise a line of new and handsome jewelry. They also have suitable wedding presents. Mike O'Rourke thinks that less than two weeks of good weather will suffice to finish his two miles of grading. Fred Calkins came back this week after some days absence in Minnesota. He is keeping the grocery house business business well in hand. Mr. N. A. Pine of near Sexton contemplates contemplates moving to Algona, but has difficulty in finding a house. We need more houses. Druggist Geo. Tiss and Mr. O. W. Haar of LuVerne came up to see the Mike Loss has in 200 acres of as fine wheat as there is in the county. Hurrah for Riverdale! Mr. W. K. Ferguson received a young Red Polled animal from Illinois last Monday by express. The Kraft Clothing Company is making low prices on clothing the balance of this month. Read their ad. Browne!!, the big shoe merchant, has a new ad. He keeps getting in new goods and is always up with the times. Rey. Suckow delivered the oration at the laying of the corner stone of the Hancock county court house at Garner yesterday. Mrs. Hunt and her daughter, Maggie, arrived home from California this week. They are enjoying a visit from Mrs. Calkins of Corwith, Mr. Homes of Fort Dodge, a veteran grocery man, was here this week to interview our new wholesale grocery house. He would like to take a hand in it. The republican convention to select delegates to the state and senatorial conventions and to nominate a candidate Is what goods at lines of not carry are it as an you we not but in Algona, STORE, you.

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  1. Algona Courier,
  2. 09 Jun 1899, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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