The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on January 23, 1895 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 23, 1895
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rf&'i/'Y 1 '.?? ' -" "• ' '" •'" ALGONA, KOpStJTtt nOt^TY, IOWA, WEMESDAY, JANtJAltt 23,1895. I ^K*: Oft V«f V>« WE HAVE GOT THE GROUND. The CoUftty Ag»l6ult]flr4l ^Society fftkfea ih the Head Addition—tt will Ideal Qtotind& MoW, peaches* Grapes, G-reen Gages. The Annual Meeting Comes off Monday. —The ttepofts Show & Condition—Officcts and Ck »- I': At the. Opera House Grocery. HSIThese goods are not old shelf worn stock, but fresh arrivals. Come and see them. on Deck! Patterson & Son With a Full and Complete Line»of tttB ANNUAL PAIR The Kosstith County Agr!<sultural Society held its adjouf ded annual meeting at the court house on Monday after nooti. President Dodge was in the chair and I). B. Butter secretary. The latter read his annual report, as follows: Expenditures of 1803 ............. . .$ 31.70 Expenditures of 1894, .............. ^347.64 Improveioents, to grounds. . . . < ..... 168.53 Premiums. ....... v .'. . . ..... . ...... 673.40 Treasurer J. W. Wadsworth made his report, Showiiig the following receipts and. expenditures: Balance oti hand March 3rd, 1894..$ 15S 17 Gate and Ampitheatro receipts. . . . 092 00 Exhibitors' tickets, booths and stalls ............................. 140 00 State Warrant. ................... . 200 00 Premium List .................. .... 65 00 Total ...... ..... ................ ... .$1252 17 Orders Paid ....... ............ ..... 1228 07 Ualance on hand ............. .... .$ 24 10 The election of officers was then taken up, and the old officers were re-elected, as follows: D. D. Dodge, President; E. P. Keith, Vice President; J. W. Wads worth, treasurer; E. B. Butler, Secretary; and O. A. Potter, Marshal. Directors were elected, as follows: Algona— Harvey Ingham. Uurt'alo— R. L. Lamoreax. Hurt— Thos. Htuma. Cresco— J . G. Ri ,\yson, Eaglo— John Llndblom. Fenton— F. L. Itanney. Garfield— Marshall Hays. Germania— G. Stelsbl. Greenwood— M. Heathershaw. "Harrison— J. B. Bfengtson. Hebron— Wm. Goodrich. ' Irylngton— D. A. Wallace. Lotus Creek— N. C. Taylor, Lu Verne— L. Barton. Ledyard— A. J. Dunlap. Plum Ci-eek— P, Kain. I/!, NEW GOODS! For One Week Only, Commencing Monday, Jan, 28,, •/ -***"-4ttd Ending Saturday Night, February^,1895, We will offer our Entire Mammoth Stock of In order to make room for the new goods for Spring that are already beginning to arrive. Ladies' Fine Shoes J. PEA-ELjftg ^ _ fanned and Dried Eruits. &&$& IJf.JfEBD OF GOOD BUTTER^-- , ' .-. Bet''' -,,*''- ' s /ir> pDJi'ffzr Tpaaa <War'r /TV -^ , . sal 'Sf OR ,FSESH EGG8, > ON " ,N^W.. : G3PCERY.;.FI_RM.I Haleen & Peterson. ^y''^, "..'We have opened a new Grocery Store four doors ^pi V '-= north of Ojpera House, where we have a fine line.. < a* ' ^ of Choice Freph (groceries of all kinds. We solicit your trade. * Butter and'Eggs taken in exchange jor goods, ' r We x sell as cheap as ariyjtiouse in town., X : Grive us a call. - . ., , „ - ,,^ , Jowa. . T HALEEN & PETERSON- KZ$4®$W-'? '• -. ' i & Lambert, Prafrl&rfE. B. Pelton. , , . , Uaj»sayndB.,E.-iSinitV,\: •.".' . " Riverdale— J. O. Paxson. Sherman— W. D. Starks. Senecu— A. Jacobson. . > Swea—v:s: Eiijs;, Springfield— W. E. Burton, ' JUnlon— W, F. Jenkinson. ' Wesley— F. J. Kernan. {Whifctomore— J. Lillibridge; , ' ' The subject of extending the fair grounds by the purchase of the six- acre strip on the north was next taken up, and J. W, Wadsworth reported that he had bought the land and had the deed made to himself. He was ready to transfer it to the society if desired, for $1,200, the sum which he paid for it. The discussion was brief and ended in the officers being instructed to complete the deal and have the title to the land conveyed to the society. This is the greatest move made for years in the interest of the Cqunty Agricultural Society^ It gives all the room that will be needed for many years, and affords an ideal site for the fair. -The wooded landed in the northwest corner qtt.h.e,, present grounds will be fine for picnic parties when the cattle and horses havffUeeq given places farther away, The pri.ce is only moderate. The society nowiowes $800 and -the new purr chase will make. the debt but 1,500, a sum whjobcan, be'tafepncare'Qf with* gut trptible in the <?oqrse'Qf # few S«Q- cegsful'y.ears, The annual meeting of the directors w i)l be held QW the in March,. '.. ' Everything to k Sold for Spot Cash. -No Credit Given to Anyone, A fine $5.00 Shoe for onl|- $3. 4.00 Shoe for onlV 1 3.50 Shoe for only 3.00 Shoe for 2.50 Shoe for •fXv *V"/* VSA**J^CJ ,.*«t/v,ij<5WiJ*fx T ( ^s'l * t • P*" And a ]pt of Ladies Stipes, consisting mostly 'of' sizes, will/'be closed-out at 50c, 75c and $1.00. Boys and'Children's Shoes proportionately low. Remember Tto sale All goods remaining Tinsold Saturday night, Feb. 2nd, 1 ^ , -.^^ will be put back and sold at the old prices. ^ , 4 ,. iA >^® , f ( i ' *, v * i S ^ ^^ •^**»^ OOM1E E.A.RLY AND OFTEN. 1^^*- " ^'Sili Brownell & AllreC Cash Shoe . the country. ' Jfo ,more C p ul ^ be *of tjie, ' ;',r ' ( • '^iV- 1 , . '• . &hja. view of closipg put evpry»'in ; tteR| this we^, Quip Jseyms wi^l' pe l locating,. 10 pianos and 15 organs here in six days, We are, of-course, just as anxiousj at this time to sell them as if there wks a profit in jit, for if they can be soldfwe shall save the expense of about $|0 each returning them to the factoryf which would be $500 on the whole. $. The combined purchasers would $we $2,700, or $2QQ on .each Piano and^$50 on eapb Organ- statement is,exaotly as if is, pot overdrawn ope bit,i wbi<?h pan --be YeriJJedJby investigatjoi) ' ^ our ware^ rooms wjth ^ropspp, the JeweJer, wbej-e 'line of piapos ean'.bei seen,, ' "^"s" ;"t 1r ; VJ 4 iv^vi««^ ; . ' >«;»'*, , ^•*%i 1f *^ M « ' -, .\\'-K'^HV4,4%« A. A A ^'A>'^r^<S .„ ^1

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