The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1895 · Page 5
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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<', tit 3 Jiii JUST Two cases mote of Underwear, same us other dealets sell for I5o, at aereat bargain. You can get them from us for 50c. Come LOCAL Ail.kinds of fancy baking for parties at City Bakery. The ladies of .the A. L. A. meet,Fri» day ftt 2 p. m. with Mrs. Hay. '.. " it. E. Stephenson and James Stacy have bought the Parish hardware store. Mrs. E. A. Patterson is sick with the dipthe"f ia. The family have been quarantined. Andrew Hansett is doing the plumbing work in Call's double front m the Boston Block. Anton Anderson, who has been running a butcher shop in Bancroft, is back in Algona. The coming of Walker Whiteside will be the greatest dramatic event Algona has known. Mr. St. John has changed his place of residence and now occupies the W. W» Johnson house. The last consignment of cloaks at Taylor's will be found all those new styles in short jackets. Bradley & Nicoulin's new blacksmith shop, 34 by 20 feet and two stories high, is nearing completion. A meeting of tho Algona district M. E. conference opened at Belmond yesterday. It is to close on the 15th. It is time now to look after that tui- key. The president has named the 28th of this month,as Thanksgiving day. A fine boy was born to. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Galbraith, of Hobart,'Wednesday last. There is rejoictrg in the home. Col. Cook has placed the sale of- .his Swea City lots in the hands of O. D. Banks and V. S. Ellis. Twerity-one.of the lots have been sold. " ' A. 0. Eedfield has rented: his farm to J. E. Ferguson, of Story county and has moved intP. Algona, occupying a residence in the south part of town. The fire department boys are making arrangements for a dance on the evening of Thanksgiving day, 1 • November 28; It will be in the court house hall. \ If you are in need- of an engine of any kind, steatn, gasoline; kerosene .oil, send for free illustrated circular to Chas. P. Willa-Td &0o., 197 Canal St., Chicago. The hour of meeting of . the M. E. ' Sunday school'has been changed to 10 ' o'clock. The school has .heretofore 1 been held at the close of the preaching ' service. , 1V , • • /• f The' Tuesday 1 clUb- canvassed the ; Monroe doctrine and : the Venezuelan „ situation last night.:' The club ' ^vere Z entertained by" J^ry^and- .Mrs. Henry .VWadsworth, . >( ""'^° , •>, ^ • V\L 'Em'metsburg js to" have * a city hall >''itoo. w The structure is to be of brick and seems to be arranged on much the ,' T s'ame plan with Algona's, only it is to have a vault.' • ' - ' ^ • Monitor: Alex Brooks moved to Algona this week. His father-in-law traded land to Will Brunson for some Algona property, and they intend star(J ting a new dray line. ^' 1 Dr.'McCoy is contemplating the op- /enlng of a down town office, but has as yet done nothing definite in the matter. He will have a card in the REPUBLICAN next week. Dr. 0. B. Paul has decided to locate at Bancroft and he is getting settled ' there this week. The people of Bancroft will find Dr. Paul not only a skill- 1 ^ul physician but a genial man and a gentleman There will be an auction of blooded hogs at the Thorington House barns Saturday, Nov. 30. Fifty pedigreed Poland China boars and sows will be disposed of. Extended notice and pos, ters next week. The falling out of tbe bottom of a burning lamp in Wilbur's barber shop Friday night started a big blaze, which " at once ran up to tbe ceiling, The hose was turned on and the conflagration - was soon extinguished ' List of advertised letters: Mrs. Della Anderson, Mrs, W. H, Covanaugh, J, G, Gudworth Co,., J, W. Greene, Mr, Nels Jensen, J. -Johnson, Mrs, Maggie Margen, H, Meyers, Mr, Gar, man Starr, W, B. Young. Rev, p, c, B,oardman, of Humboldt, .filled tbe Congregational pulpit Sunday , morning and evening, delivering very able,'sermons, Rev. J. 0. Thrush,' of ; the Spencer Congregational church, Will fill tbe pulpit next Sunday, „, jj. A, Paine bought, Monday, three V hundred tons of prairie bay of George ^jphnso'n and Charley Johnson. ,Tb.e bay was i put up on tbe 1 section' sputb of .- tbe P. J. Walker school house and-wi.11 • probably be sbippeTd frpjw Hobart.' -' : -' Three inches p£ snow.fell, last We<J» inejday night in tbis.geetipn, o£' Iowa, i J 4t pde Moinesj a»4 probably through vpjit cental and ewtnera > Jaws, there WflS ft h « lluv vain. WA, havfl had fair fglYJ»tt»Wffly?9 1 a- < '%tefejBfl. LCPj^MLMllMfcli McClellan are doing the work for Mr. Miller. The Algona ladies are cordially, invited to call and inspect the many new and. beautiful articles in Aft Needlework at the Teh nan fc House ftovi 14, 15 and 16, shown by Mrs. A. Jackson, of Chicago. There has been great activity at the formal building this Week, attendant upon the opening of the new term. Especial attention has been given to the heating arrangements* which are such that everybody Will be comfortable, no matter whether the weather is cold or not. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Kelley and Mike Biemler were in town yesterday closing a deal by which Mrs. Kelley becomes the owner of the latter^s furniture business, which has been conducted in the Furstenberg building at Ban croft. Mrs. Kelley will run the business through Jas. Kelley as manager. The county board of supervisors convened Monday morning and put in that day and Tuesday forenoon can- vassinc the election returns. Yesterday afternoon the members drove down to the new St. Joe iron bridge to inspect'.that work. They met again this morning at nine o'clock. . Everybody was too busy election day to notice what was going on, but A, A. Grose was Up from Hanna and obtained .a marriage license for his own use. The girl's. name mentioned in the document was Miss Lovina Birkhofer, the daughter of one of the prominent citizens of Hanna. The marriage took place last week; John Goeders has an' ad this week that will challenge widespread interest.' The question, of clothes may not be of the first moment to everybody all the: year'v .-but anytime after three inches of snow it pushes itself into prominence alongside of the Monroe doctrine and the outflow of 'gold and American duchesses. J ..... No one need be without' flowers in the winter if they will take advantage of the very liberal offer this week made by W.. W. ; Barnard & Co. (Successors to Hiram Sibley & Co.) Seed- men, Chicago, Thehouse is well established and may be relied .upon to carry out the promises made -in their advertisement. Tickets for Walker Whiteside will be placed on -sale at Dingley's .drug store tomoraow morning. ,The prices will be $1.25 for the dress circle, $1.00 for parquet and the first three rows of the balcony, 75' cents for the balance of the balcony and 50 cents for the gallery. To .hear. Whiteside in any of the great cities of the country would cost two or three times these prices. | When the city- concludes' id do' a thing'it is to' be f expected that somebody will think'that it might better do eomething else. If the city should make it a rule to not do anything until everybody was agreed that it was the right thing it never would do anything. We do not know everything yet, but in our humble opinion the town is doing some of the things it ought to do. One of the questions which the board will have up this session will be that of putting a furnace in the basement. It takes six to eight stoves to heat the offices and when court is running it requires four more. These are run at a great expense, while at the same time the unnecessary dirt and work they make and the irregular heat they supply make them a very unsatisfactory substitute for rational heating, There is an expectation in railroad circles that a slight change will be made next Sunday in the time schedule of the Northwestern, as regards the morning train north and the evening train south. The former, it is said, will be earlier and the latter a little later, It is not anticipated that any other change in the schedule will be made. Auditor Calkins was sent to bed by the election returns or something else that came along at tbe same time, and has not got up town for business since. It is hoped his pleasant face will be seen at the court house soon, In the meantime Deputy Martin Weaver has full charge of the auditor's office and is acting very efficiently as the clerk of the board. The work of finishing up the Call double front in tbe Boston' Blpck is nearing completion, The heating of botb'stories is to be done 'by two fur» naees, ' There is ,to be a big cistern in tbe basement and tbe water is to be elevated to the' second story, where there will b'e closets, There will be flrst class sewerage arrangements. The •two etoye rqo.ms are to be separated by inovablp.partitions which are put in in -,.Tbe upper/., floors are given • ml Monday night f or-'the discussion pf its wiptep program. 'It was d^PifM to take up>pajrt; o£ we Obautauqua -course, wbicbjs given, up wbPJly- to 'American subjects. Some of m member^ have beenjooking m 4J«^gUfg^ ^jjtjuiaff^ ^g^m^g^iy^|^^| ^jhtojigjjj; ^^M^^^ .^MttBjj^^fc J^^HL- .JMM&, -M^RsMittttitf^fl JiHHlttfHHillifl -^J^^^^^^^^fl ^ffc^^^g^^ H i \ ipwmtww wtwwn nttmnm twwwwwn nwnmwwwm* ^ETT" '• •••Ji^y 000 WO OF KOHN BROTHERS, CHICAGO. "HONOR BRIGHT" CLOTHINa SUITS WORTH OF Men's ;•„, .... „,- '., .*;. m!,j ,4>vt.^ , „•.<'•«' -• ' • '-. Boys' and Children's Overcoats, Odd Pants and Vests KOHN BROTHERS. CHICAGO. "HONOR BRIGHT" CLOTHING. . '•M '. 'J %K 1 "^ •'$» ;$N ' ! ; H"vf! »'^ :« 1,000 Worth of Fur Coats! Our entire stock of Clothing must be sold before January 1. Don't miss the Great Sale and Slaughtering Price. JOHN GOEDERS. -?sii , J4®& '. • ^ 1 $§$ i''\'iA$i$ '*-> „ fn '•'3& mpi-easitisfoi' twp persons ip tb,e same room ^o converse, , • tod.bonro-rt the bowel Union to e gasQ»» PtoW, ftuMJw FP- gram was oae well wprtby 9| tbe apm' pUw^Rfc meant by Wie large attendance. & pjanQ Ipjp was rendered, by, msa ju-. lu JPaine and u vocal Awl«''»y. -wid .^m»ftjefe ing out tjbe fact that bis brother-in'law was of 'a qu,a.rrej§ppje disposition, and' a wuqb larger man, wbiofi facts wade it JoQ&Mfce a case of self defense. The man w|9 w$ stabbed is almost entive* 17 regpy^pft. One pf tbe curiosities of the county nt to light by tbe Qve?' tbe auditors office ba§ of paper/ giving HW.JW-. a^tion o| the, villages pf Kp tion of mlty m tbus 8bP w » to be We of Humboldt. Mr. Shaw is well satis" fled with tbe firm's business and only retires to accept a tempting o$e,i' of employment as a civil engineer extend* e'd py tbe, lUJness^Central railrpad company, for- whom be has been doing con* gjderable work this - fall. Mr, §baw is, very, bigbly, esteemed bere, and, there is universal regret at' his intended depar^ ture, ]%x, |*pgtep,i§ already vei-y well ' C to :C9Wty» .wftere be,baa Yftlj ftne youoe .sum, wwm wfiaome ^^@^fe^|^^M^»\teaJ^ ness men to wpperata'tor: wra-i»c»' rnrf^* w iff*;'WJ5W*-!W»'W ing oftttie, town* an* it? be founa-thaj? there a^,

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