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THE COURIEB, ALGONA, IOWA, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBE& 16, j 894. Commencing Thursday, HOY, 15, •« \November Barg ns LOCAL NEWS. DURING THE ENTIRE MONTH of November we will sell all the following goods at a DISCOUNT OF 10 PER CENT OFF CASH ONLY. All wool dress goods in all colors, from 40 to 46' indies wide; price from 50 cents to $1.50 per yard, less /10 Per Cent Off. * Calicoes, Ginghams, Challies, Sateens, Bunting, Tick- ings, Outing Flannels, less 10 Per Cent Off. Stamped Linens, Towels, Crash, Table Damask, Napkins, Butcher's Linens, less 10 Per Cent Off. •Jackets, Children's Cloaks, ,. . ..Less 10 Per Cent Off. Underwear, Mitts, Hats, Gloves and Caps, Trunks, Valises, less • 10 Per Cent Off Men's, Ladies and Childrens Shoes, ovei.jhoes, arctics, r-ubbers, felt boots, felt beaver lined shoes in ladies men's and children; the the -largest line of warm shoes in the northwest, less 10 Per Cent Off. Quilts, Skirts, Shawls, Battings, Hoods, Fascinators, men's, ladies and children's Hose, less '. 10 Per Cent Off. Carpets, Cheniel and lace curtains, cheniel and fanpy fringed covers, less 10 Per Cent Off. Kid Gloves, Mittens, Ribbons, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, less 10 Per Cent OIL Men's suits, boy's suits, chil dren's suits, men's overcoats, boy's overcoats, fur coats, odd pants, men's pants, boy's pants and vests, less 10 Per Cent. Off. Underwear. Men's, ladies and children's underwear, less 10 Per Gent Off During this month. and Velvets, Corsets, buttons, ties, collars, cuffs, suspenders, less B. W. Haggard was at Emmetsburg Tuesday. The Catholics of Wesley will hold a big fair in the near future. Gillette Bros., of Sioux City, hardware dealers, failed this week for $20,000. , Theo. Chfischilles has moved into his new and comfortable home. He now has a very desirable and cozy home. Silas Wilcox of Euthven was over last week closing up the sale of his fine 200-acre farm in Fenton to F. L. Eanney. It brought $30 an acre. D. A. Haggard raked in another fine quarter section of A 1 wild land In Garfleld township this week. He got it at a bargain. Judge Quarlon last Saturday appointed Ada S. Stacy to act with Geo. E. Boyle as administrator of the Eobt. Stevenson estate. Frank Benjamin was granted a divorce frotu his wife in the Palo Alfco court this week. Tho father gets the custody of their only child, a girl some ten or eleven years of age. The ladies of the Episcopal Guild will give an art social at the home of Mrs. Levant Dodge next Tuesday evening, Movember 20. All are cordially invited to be present. D. A. Haggard is having about all the public sale business that he can handle. He is a flrst class auctioneer and bis services are in demand by almost everyone that has a sale. Frank Benjamin came down from St. Paul last Friday for a visit with his parents. He now has a good position in the railroad yards at St. Paul as switchman. He handles nothing but passenger trains. Miss Virginia Box, representing the American Educational Society of the Congregationtlist, will speak of her thrilling experiances as a missionary in the Eocky mountains, at the Congregational church next Sunday morning and evening. Dr. Paul was over from Whittemore Monday. He reports that in the J. 0. Vogel family there atie four children down with diphtheria. A girl 15 years of age of the same family died last Friday. The Vogel's recently moved to Whittemore, coming from Sac county. W, A. Ladendorff has rented the A. D. Clarke building east of the Coun- IEB office and will take possession right away. Mr. Hyde has moved his jewelry stock from there to the Cowles' block, and occupies one corner of the Leader's room. The contract for the Godden school house in Portland has been let to O. E. Minkler. The contract for the two school houses in Union goes to 0. W. Bates, and a gentleman from Emmetsburg got the contract for building the Peter J. Walker school house in Lotts Creek. Dr. Sayers left for Woodbury county Tuesday. From there he goes to the southern part of thestate. Thursday and Friday he will be in Des Moines to attend a convention of all the veterinarians of the state. We will venture the assertion that there will not be a veterinarian present that understands his profession'any better than the Doctor. ' A basket of the largest and best looking corn we ever saw was received this week by J. J. Eoberts from his brother J. W. Eoberts of Blackhawk county. It is of that reddish variety and there was no ear less than a foot In length. It was raised on J. J's old farm, and he is going now to try and raise some from this seed that wil' jeciual the Blackhawk product. W< believe he can do it if anyone can. There was a grand jubilee and jolli flcation out at Fred Pompe's place in Fenton yesterday. Mr. Pompe has just completed a new house on th site of the old one, destroyed by th cyclone, and yesterday his daughter Miss Anna, was married to G. A Bleich., The young married couple have the well wishes of a large circli of friends, and the COTJIUER joins them In wishing a long and happy life to Mr. and Mrs. Blake. Per Cent Off, Remember the discount is only allowed on cash sales and only during this month. Thanking you all for past favors, hoping to see you all during November and have you take advantage ,of our Great Discount Sale, Yours Truly, Jno. Goeders, Algpna, Iowa. There has been a change in the firm of Patterson & Sarchett. Mr. Sar chett has disposed of his Interest tc E. A. Patterson of Bancroft, a son o Sam Patterson. The change Is to Mrs. J. McDonald of Burt was in town Tuesday. Col. Spencer and wife were at St. Paul the flrst of the week. A young son was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Elst Tuesday evening. The steps on the east side of the court house are being repaired. P6ter Bowen south of town slipped and fell one day this week and broke his left wrist. Editor Hallock of Burt and Editor Freeh of Bancroft graced our town with their presence Tuesday. Licenses to wed have been issued to Fredrick C. Kluss and Lena Sweifel and F. T. Kuhn and Maggie E. Higgins. Thursday, November 29th, has been named by the President and Governor as the day upon which we are to give thanks. At the residence of Judge Barslou in Bancroft last Sunday occurred the marriage of Miss Aunie Barslou and John B. Johnston. Eev. Laidley of the Baptist church officiated. Peter Baker of Spencer is here canvassing the town for a new kind of toilet soap. He is having good success and the soap that he is selling is said to be a good thing. J. M. Smith, late of Cedar Eapids, has gone out as a special agent of the Algona Deposit and Loan Association. He will work in Worth, Cerro Gordo, Mitchell and Floyd counties. Judge Quarton went to Emmets- jurg Monday morning to hold court. It is said that it will take three weeks to dispose of the causes docketed fo^the present term. Dingley & Moilatt sold the Conner 'arm, north of.town, this week toG. W. Zeigler, of Blackstone, 111. The !arui is a very fine one, consisting of 200,acres and brought $7,000 spot cash. Orrie Sheldon gave Deputy, Sheriff Brayton the slip a't Bancroft last Friday and hasn't since been seen or beard of. He had been arrested.on he charge of disposing of mortgaged property. Geo. C. Call has sold two residence .ots on East State street to Lan Kuhn, who will erect a very substantial residence thereon in the spring. The lots are located just east of the Sponberg property. When you are talking of the big farmers of the state do not forget to put Mr. C. L. Lund at about the head of the'list. His fall plowing this year amounted to 760 acres. There are but few if any other in the state who has dpne more fall plowing. Seneca township gave a big republican^majority this year, butithe democrats up there are rejoicing just the same. On local matters they won a big victory. Mr. Alex. Carpenter, of Tadpole Valley precinct, was elected justice of the peace. Such news as that is refreshing, indeed. One of Michael Bonstetter's boys drove over to West Bend the other evening and left his horse hitched to a cart tied on the street. When he got ready to go home he found that horse, cart and all had been stolen. He has got no traqk of the property as yet. '* Wm. K, Ferguson is building a toboggan slide on one of his lots. It will be for his youngsters to slide upon this winter and is something that the little ones will appreciate very much. The ice will be made by turning on the water from the mains and letting it freeze. Governor Jackson Saturday appointed twenty-seven delegates from Iowa to attend the antioptio'n convention, to be held at Vicksburg, Miss., Nov. 20. The object of the convention is to urge upon the United States senate the passage of the Hatch bill or some like measure for the suppression of gambling in staple articles. John G. Smith of this place is one of the delegates named. ; Eev. Wayland.Hoyt, D. D., of Minneapolis, will open the Baptist Ladies' Lecture Course on Tuesday evening, Nov. 20tb, at 7:30 p. m., at the Baptist church with a, lecture upon "Some Lessons from a Great Life," Eev. Hoyt comes highly recomended to us, as one of the best lecturers of the country. He is the author of a number of widly read books, and his lecture will well repay those attending. Dr. Williams, now of hair restora- Henty Hist has bought the building and lot of H. Hoxte now occupied by Ladondorff's restaurant, and will move his store to It as soon as a change can be made. The price paid was $8,600. The location Is very desirable next to tho COURIER, as we will now have two racket stores side by side.—U. D. M.- Judging from events that transpire pretty frequently in the U. D. M. office, one of which took place just before election, by the side of that institution would be even a more desirable location, and it would not cost one-fifth of the money. Notice. Everyone owing us on account or note are requested to call and settle, as we have sold our business in Algona and must have these accounts settled at once. PATTERSON & SAHCHETT. -. *-*-* For Sale A good young grade Jersey Cow. Also a heifer Jersey calf practically full blood. Enquire at this office, List of'advertised letters for week ending Nov. 12th, 1894: Chas. Brown, G. G. Beebe, L. P. Buckner, Nels Christesen, John H. Comes (2), M. Cichocki, E. Dole, May Doty, Fred B. Freeman, Math Friders, James Ne- fold, O. B. Orres, Eobert Purkas, Henry Randall, Eev. J. T. Eoberts, Theodore Eake, Melvin Seefeld, Cora B. Towle, J. 0. Taylor, Mrs. Matilda Veman, Conrad Wallbaum. The Clarion Democrat reports that W. W. Sheplee of that place has commenced operations on a skating rink, or pond, the ice surface of which will be 60x150 feet. The lot will be enclosed with a tight board fence and a house will be elected on the grounds where refreshments of various kinds can be obtained. When completed it will afford a resort for the pleasure loving that will be very attractive and will probably have a liberal patronage. The lot will be flooded with water from the city water works. J. H. Zanke went to Ames yesterday to attend the State Dairymen's meeting. A. E. Bush has sold his Irington farm to Illinois parties at $32.50. Give This Editor Time. Burlington Gazette: A solid delegation from Iowa to congress! Give us a rest until we can spit upon our hands and commence anew. ~W f e went through the war as a democrat and we are used to those things—but they are a little nauseating at the start. Last Call. Everyone owing me on account or note is requested to settle the same at once. I am compelledjto have a large amount of money for the new mill. Don't delay a day. > J. J. WILSON. Eight Mile. I mean there is eight miles Of warp in a blanket I have for sale, and that is why it wears longer than any other blanket on the market. My doors are open all day and evening. Call and examine. The ladies will do well to call and see my fancy house mats in my new location, opposite the post office.—D. B. Avey. Farm For Sale Cheap. A very cnoice farm of 160 acres, three and a half miles from Wesley, 140 acres under cultivation, good house and barn is for sale at the extremely low price of $26 per acre. Must be sold this fall. Apply to Lund & Eyan, Algona, or Thos. Gray, Wesley. Oannelbuvg Caunel Coal for sale at the Northwestern elevator. The best kind of coal for grates, bakeries, house furnaces, etc. C. L. LUND. Potatoes—Early Ohio's. Eighty cents a bushel. Leave orders for your winter supply at my office. 0. L. LTIND. Bargains in 8-day jewelry store. clocks at Hyde's Money to loan on second mortgages. GEO. 0. CALL. Fresh made pork barrels for sale at the Algona Tub Factory. 4w Fancy work braith & Go's. of all kinds at Gail- Money to loan on long or short time. GEO; 0. CALL. Fine Jersey Skinner. cow for sale. N. J. L. A. Sheetz, the druggist,; recommends Johnson's Oriental Soap for all skin and scalp diseases, tan and sunburn and the complexion. Low Bates to the South. On November 20th, December 4th and 18th, the B. 0. E. & N. By. will sell excursion tickets to points in the South and West at extremely low rates. Tickets will be sold to the following territory: All points in Oklahoma, Texas and Indian Territory. To points in Southwestern Missouri and Eastern Kansas, including St. Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth and Kansas City. Tickets are good 20 days from date and stop over will be allowed. For further particulars call on station agents or address J. Morton, G. T. & P. A., Cedar Eapids, la. 5w A Temple of Art. j> \ **• * take place as soon as the stock can 1 tlve fame, Is having a large trade on Invoiced, Mr. Sarchett goes to BaW" croft and takes Mr. Patterson's Interest in their grocery store at that place, The people of Bancroft will find Mr. Sarchett a very pleasant and agreeable gentlemen to do business with. Cashier Weinjer of the kedyard State" Bank was clown Monday. He reports the bankjng an'djand business m tiptop v pajjy. r ^8$ Friday he gpjcj and ftores qf land, all in the I^W&\l$S|j!>B$a WAflffOfl In ivf 4* n^tVial n r is preparation for the growing of hair on bald heads. Ho has arranged a separate room for the treatment of people using his preparation and can accommodate ladles as well as gentle- pen. He guarantees to grow hair, or to stop hair from falling out, Call upon him at his place pf business under the State Bank. Js hpnje from his big p$ped,itiqn' in NQitbern"~ ' 'U^came^Tupd^eV,! '1|a]%HI»P)|l:f|.wlM '^gr^foHr: cieadfdeer,' J i Not for a Day but for all Tim§. Memories of the White tGity are fading — all but one, Majestic in its beauty the Palace of Art survives to remind mankind of wonders departed. Triumphant over fire and tempest the stately structure stands beside the lake dedicated forever to the service of the people, As a gallery of painting and sculpture it surprised and delighted the nations. As the Field's Columbian Museum it will entertain and instruct multitudes in the ages to come. «** A World's Pair in miniature is the museum to-day, While it lasts the public will have before them a vivid reminder of the greater exposition of 1893. It W,iU brjng b!ack the yast panorama of by , exhibits including th,e, fine'