The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1894 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 6, 1894
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VOL xxm, ALGOttA, KOSStJTH OOtMt, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JtJKE 6, 1S94 . .86, _p -i,^-, _^_ » Tfjr- NUAL 4' •4 \ the Whole Month of June \ We will offer our ENTIRE STOGK of Dry G-oods, Notions, Clothing, Furnishing G-oods, Hats, Trunks, Valises and Shoes at AWAY BELOW REGRJLAR PRICES. Every| thing must go. All Reniiiants in DRY GOODS, TRIMMlte, RIBBONS, LACES J+**S*+++AS++/+**^ 2O Per Cent. Less SMALL LOTS IN CLOTHING DEPARTMENT, BROKEN DOZENS "SHOES, 1 ILL BLSOLD AT< vvwww We are bound to close out all Light Colored Light-weight Steamer G-oods before -^'~ \ than Regular Prices ;i > -4 JULY 4TH, We invite each and every one in to look over the matter different lots of G-ood Bargains. Yours, Here to Stay, Ambrose A. Call, D. H. Hutcliins, Wm. K. Ferguson, C. D. Smith ' . President. - . Vtce-Pres. Cashier. Ass't. Cash. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ALGONA,10 W A. •;•""'••*• CAPITA!,, $5O,OOO. IVIonev on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties who furnish first-class security Dlrectors-D. H. Hatching, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, W. JT. Carter, Ambrose A. Call, B. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. OFFIOEpS AND DIRECTORS, 1 ^ A. D. Clarke, Pres., -, 0. C. Chubb, Vice Pros., Thos. H. Lantry. Cashier; Geo, L Galbraith, W. 0. Tyrrell, Myron sdhenck, Thos. P. Oooke. CASH CAPITAL—S5O.OOO.OO. , Iowa. ODD FELLOWS CELEBRATE. The 75th Anniversary of Odd Fellowship Observed in Al- • gona Yesterday. A Large Gathering of Members of the Order. /'•Grand Master Evans Speaks at the Opera House In the Afternoon. GENERAL BANKING. Private Safety Deposit Vaults. Interest Paid for Time Deposits. ,«> L -• *"M W. H. Iiigham, "* Pre'&ident. Bt Vice President, ,. , . .Lewis H. Smith, Cashier. f 4i AVOAVIUUV* • — ^Mfc. ' ' ^^^k. • Kossuth County State Bank. Arnn-KSA Trvro-A. * •* " 'CAPITAL S5O.OOO; ALGONA, IOWA. Incorporated under general laws ot Tovya. Deposits received, moi domestic exchange bougbf and sold, OolleottaMmadjj prompt y and a uess transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries soia ai tow Dirooiiors W fi iDchfttn. John G. Smith. J. B. Jones» A. uiiriscnn I sits received, money loaned, foreign and general banking; bust- W. Wadsworth. Baruflt Devlne. ^ Smith. J. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE! IJ you need an Abstract of Title I j to your land. It will pay you to have an experienced Ab- 8tractor"db tne"work"~The VaiuVoiTan Abstract depends entirely upon the financial responsl- saacwnap ine worn... f»«v_» 4 . t . ^ as they are held responsible lor errors. We have had our work. Our books b lity of th^e firm ceFtifyine to the same, as they are held responsible lo twenty-five years of experience In tbja kind of business and guarantee to date.. ,Glve us a call. JONES & SMITH. The Odd Fellows of the 97th district celebrated the 75th anniversary oil ..the order in Algona, and the observance of the day was in all respects a great success. The weather was cool and clear, the attendance was large and the exercises were interesting. The lodges at .Bancroft, Burfc LuJerne, Wesley, Bm- matsburg, .; Wbittemor^,,_ Estheryille, West BencC Haveloek and -Algona' hac large delegations, and from morning till noon detachments of uniformed Odd Fellows marched through the gaily decorated streets to the music of bands from Emmetsburg, Bancroft, Burt and Wesley. The parade was the finest ever seen in Algona on such an occa sion. About 500 Odd Fellows and their wives and friends sat down to an ele- gont banquet in the Rink at noon, served by the ladies of the Belief Corps. ; The Opera House was packed at 2 o'clock, the feature of the public meeting being an eloquent address by Grand Master Evans. At the business meeting Creo^Schleicher and Dr. L. R, Baker were named as district president and secretary and their town of Livermore will get the next meeting. Des Moiries S, S, Convention. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE, At kacy's Old Stand, opposite TennaiH House, AXOONA, IOWA. in. S. tp Q'NIell & Qetty^Pealer In LUMBER, LIME, CEMENT, STUCCO, AND A1. KINDS OF BUILPINP MATBRIAb " ftfHaTing 'QomeVAlgona to make a permanent home, I shaU endeavor, b"y » 'square" dealing wTcWlpg » WlPte gtook of first-lass )qmb«r. etc., to roei'it a portion of X"« aae ' ?leaje «{ye H)9 a trtftl. l <y»W? respept^Uy. f» B ' JMU»t^^v The Presbyterian Sabbath School Institute, of Iowa, will be held at Pes Moines, June 12 to 14, I have b#en asked to have the program printed in the "Newspaper" but I know you have no space fpr an extended program. Allow me, however, 1 to mention that 10:30 Wednesday, Rev, S. W. Steele,- well known in parts, of Kossuth county, will speak, and Thursday evening Rev, - J, Milton Greene, D. D,, but the speaker who will draw the multitude will be Dr, John Hal), of the 5tb Avenue Presbyterian church, of New York Oity» Some one said that Dr, Hall has the wealthiest congregation in America. It is claimed that bis audience Sunday mornings usually represent wealth to the amount of $400,000,000, Dr,< speafcg Tuesday §vepjpg, Any friends from KQSBUW county, wliQ may be in Dep Moinea that >wfc, will b« wel- QQine4 to apy of 'tnese meetings. UY* ery Pr e8 by^j.-| ail Bnnclfty §9bool is jen« tittea tp sena two aeiegatep, wbo *:.... t/e entertainea if tbe napes are eeut to Jlev, W. M.." ~~~~~ "' * $30,000.00 WORTH.— is a Bonafide Closing Sale, l ; ;i , EVERYTHING MU^T GO! 1 ' ' j. Nothing-will be reserved; the Stock must be , ... ! shortest time possible- Buy now at these G^eat Money-Saving Prices Standard blue prints, Shirting prints, Dress prints, regular price -6, 7 and 8 cents, all go at Lawrence L. L. Brawn shirting regular price 7 and 8 cents, go at •^ Gilt-edge bleached Muslin, 8 cent ^quality, go at '..,.', ,'' Fruit of the loom Muslin, sold at ,, 10 cents, go at >, ,-,• < -White goods in checks and stripes worth up to 10 cents, go at ,,.,' White Shaker flannel, worth 10 cts -goat.,,, \ Our 10 and 12* cent- Dress Ging'ha'ra • new 'Spring Styles, all go at,.,.,.,,. '' ! Our flne Zepher'Ginghams, worth ..,,!&, 18 and 80 cents, go at ,.,.,. ; ' ;0ur 15, 18 and 20 ceot Ponges 'Vgoat.- <•• .,..1. K Twenty coot half-wool Cashmer, -, go at..,.'.,,,, , ,..'.......,-' ,-" Twenty-flye cent balf-wooj Cash' , (f jBiere, gQ at,.•« ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,' \\ -Forty cent half-wool qashmere, 4c 5c 7c 5c 5c Qashnjere, , 70, 75-ajjd.85,aU-gQfoj l J * » * "( ! f V 50o , sell you Ototinog.Jrt to $ 3.50 £.00 6,50 9.00 Twenty Doljar suits go at ,., •*• •,. V large stock of boys suits from 85c'up. '' - Six Dollar suits go at — Eigh Dollar suits go at.. Ten Dollar suits go at... Fif'ten Dollar suits go at, ,i~ii > f ' f'-'j% '\ '.;':«<;-l SHOES. $2,00 I^adies' floe Dongola shoe for,,,$ '$3,50 Yery Fine Shoe for *»70 $3.00 Extra Fine Shoe for..,., % $3,50, our Best band sewed. Shpe for,, $j,50 Men's eyery day sUpe^ for*»««. ,, • fg,QO ^hoeg for.,,,,,,,;.,', , N ,,,,,..,» for,.,, ,,..i,,',.'.»,...»». 1 , V l ••> "t t-1 ' / 1 ,S f% * '* •' '* £t "» T 1W'' m- ",-f -mmmmmf WsffHSfv^fcs 5$ 'U ^ i\ ' J*,, . '^i'^^it ^. ^ ^ ! i , iM'* s ^r' 1 *^*f ^^ P J i* te ^^^!^*^^Pf^^ fc?fl»iiii:Wwp '•'• '^'^^^ii^lii^^ •^ • ^k, ft* • uh JM V ' ;•-• -™ i: *fc^k: ^J'kikSstviiftB v'"" 7 r '~^ 7S I! ^fe'/-™^ »«"

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