The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1894 · Page 1
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'SIS t ESTABLISHED 1868, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JtrfOBJ 0, 1B94 IT IS HARD 1o get good butter at this season of the year But You Will Find It Easy Enough if you trade—^^B^. At the Opera House Grocery. Taylor's. Wrappers, Waists, Combination Underwear, Muslin Skirts, Corset Covers, Night Gowns, Aprons, etc. One door\ from the .postofflce. Jas. Taylor. CLEARING SALE -AT- G A i r} rv A i T i_i r o ALBRAITH. S. Ginghams for - 5 cents—worth 8 to 10 cents Calico for - - - - 5 cents—worth 7 cents Outing Flannel for - . Scents—worth 8 to 10 cents All-wool C. C. Carpet for 50 cents—worth 65 cents Cotton Carpet for - 20 cents—worth 30 cents Worsted Dress Goods for 39 cents—worth 60 cents Worsted Dress Goods for 15 cents—worth 35 cents Jamestown Dress Goods for 30 cents—worth 50 cents Jamestown Dress Goods for 40 cents—worth 60 ceuts Plaid Dress Goods for - 5 cents—worth 10 cents Cotton Dress Goods for 10 cents—worth 5 to 2O cents Ribbon for - - - 5 cents—worth 8 to 10 cents Ribbon for - - - 10 cents—worth 10 to 20 cents Remnants at about half price. Clothing regardless of cost. In shoes we have some good bargains. WALL PAPER, new stock at the lowest prices. .# When in Need Boots and Shoes The best place to go for them is the Brownell & Allred, . , We handle nothing but boots, shoes, and rubbers, and our goods are the best and our prices the lowest for first-class goods, NELL & ALLBED, Algpna, CJJAJ&EY JiMGR H^s opened a Waeksmitli shop at the oia Pe- tergoa staBd on west State street, west of the new Uvery barn,, %nd ia prepared to do General Blaebuiitlimg of all kinds, in the best mannec i " ^^SVTjrsXTi 1 -!$? 'wEeSS™ _********s£ i WAKING-, MRS. P. &TO ABJOUMED TO JtJLY 16, Worit of th6 .District Court KM — Will ft on the Date Named. months! trig to Call i Ifettifltf fiiall Hd says seme Two Yeara in the Pen tot the BUfglats— Decision in the Wesley Street Case—Court Notes. Judge dttfr did not close his term of court Saturday, but will come back July 16 and hold an adjourned session at which several legal matters to be disposed of by the court will be attended to. Among other things he will decide on the motion for a new trial in the Plumley will case, which Geo. E. Clarke and Judge Cook argued one day last week. He will also decide on the motion to reopen the railway $8,000 injury case, which he took undetf advisement. Several cases are also set for hearing. He has disposed of a large amount of business at this term and will clean the calendar pretty well at this adjourned session. THE WESLEY STREET CASE. One of the most important cases lately tried was that over the right of the town council of Wesley to close a public street and deed the land to a private party. The facts were that the location of the street had been forgotten and Geo. B. Eddy had built his house in it and'also his barn. Mrs. Ann Mo- Pherson's house fronts on this, street. She asked to have it opened, but the council instead vacated it and deeded it to Mrs. Eddy. Mrs. McPherson had A. C. Bipley bring an'action and W. 8. Quarton argued for the town. Judge rr after a full hearing decided that the council had not exceeded their luthorlty, and that Mrs. McPherson was not in position to attack the proceedings. Mr. Bipley does not know whether he will appeal or. not. It would be an interesting case to have settled by the supreme court. BURGLARS SENTENCED. Moran and Henderson, who were indicted for burglarizing Wolpert's store, were sentenced to two years each in ihe penitentiary at Anuinosa, and Sheriff Samson took them down Saturday. •INDICTED FOR CHEATING. • J. J. Knoer of Whittemore was indicted and is under arrest for representing his liabilities at less than they were in a business transaction. His >lea is not guilty, and be will be tried it the next term. THE NEW COURT REPORTER. Mat. Grier, who took David's place as court reporter, is a very competent man although he has never done much at it. He is as quick as any to read his notes and takes any dictation readily. David has gone to Des Moines and is .ttending th'e summer school of law. He will enter the profession. COURT. NOTES. The long drawn out case of the Caxon School Supply company against Ban wart and the school directors in arfleld is settled,' the judgment in avor of the Caxton company for $253.68 eing affirmed. The company sent harts the directors say they did not rder. The case of Wolpert against Purvis ver the rent of the Purvis store build- ng is continued again. A curious case wasRuss vs. Susie Gray rom Wesley and involved $589.50 over rhich Carl Oleson and Mrs. Gray dis- iute in the settlement of the firm ac- ounts. The jury found for Mrs. Gray, dr. Oleson says he will appeal the aso if a motion for a new trial is not ustained. Quarton represented Oleon and Sullivan & MoMahon Mrs, Gray. B. Wolpert confessed judgments for bout $1,000 in two cases to eastern rms. An effort was made to. have Mrs. S, H. McNutt released as defendant in the ay case between A. Younie and S. H. dcNutt. It was not successful. Tho case of Stephen Walkley vs. A, D. Clarke is to be heard at the July ession, Messrs. Nycum, Hay, and Call were ppointed to assess the land of the Dr. tead estate and its sale is ordered, Tho case in which two Whittemore orse breeders refused to pay H. A. illibi'idge for stallion service on the round that his horse did not trot as ast as he had warranted him to, is ontinued till next term. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. A. A. Sifert is home on a vacation, Mr. and Mrs. Goo. E. Clarke ave visiting n Sioux City, Mrs, Anna Randall is visiting at borne at 'rank Nicoulin's, Mvs. P, D, Tovvnsend is out from Chicago Jsitipg the old home, Mv, Fairbanks of Oubuque Is visiting bis aughter, Mrs. J, W. Hay, Mrs, Walters is out from Chicago visiting er daughter, Mvs. Pr. Morse, Jas. Chapin came down to meet bis wife nd spend Sunday with his parents. Miss Jessamine Jones will attend commencement at Jowa City next week. Jj. H. Mayne spent Sunday in Algona- He likes bis new home in Emmetsburg, Will, and Mrs. Brunson spent Sunday in agle Grove with the family of £.• J. Clarke. Charlie Bavber, whose trouble with bis iomach has been noted, has gone to Kirks- jlle, MO-, hoping to flnd relief there. B. E. Hutchinson, founder of Ramsay, 'as in town Monday. He has spent the winter Jn Florida and is going to Europe oon, J. W. Wadsworth went to Chicago Satur- ay night. On his return he will oring bis mother from the old home in Wisconsin for visi$. Rev- Chapter of Cayton, 4 cousin of E. . Bowyer, was in, town yesterday driving er-land to Spirit take with, bjs family or an outing. Frank TeUfer is back from bis trip in rjtenegQtft lopajbtpg bpok Agencies for'ttfee pok cpacero Jje set Qijt f of. fje bag ba4 S . Hick JOT big Pfc fdtfteslfer" ckl'f& Cowles. par ts 6f the Sdtith . Fred. Gllchrlst afid Mf, MeKinfi&n canle from Lattrens With W. A, MeNefc last Frk day. Mr. Gllchflst Is ft successful attorney tWe. While" in town he visited With his slatef. G. S. Lainatra returned from Eureka Springs last Friday Much improved In health, He says that he shall go back sometime and Spend a year there taking his family. B Mrs. Crohholm of Sweft City andThorson of Armstrong were in town last Wednesday to decorate the graves of their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Olbf Rundgren, and to arrange for erecting a monument. Mrs, John Goeders and children, hef brother, Dennis Zlgrang, and faintly of Ltvermore, and Jim Kelley started foe Colorado springs yesterday. Mrs, Goeders will remain a month of more. B. F. Crose, Alex White, and S. S. Sessions went with Sheriff Samson to Aha- mosa When he took the burglars there and then went to Den Moines, where they spent Sunday, coming home Monday morning. Ambrose A. Call went soutb yesterday to superintend some improvements be is making on lands owned by him in Louisiana. Archie Hutchison and Chester Call went with him, Mr. Hutchison will remain a month or two carrying on the work. The Emmetsburg Reporter says: " Miss Katie Wernet, who is one of the lady clerks in Grose's dry goods and millinery establishment, left Tuesday evening fora short visit at her home in Algoua. She will attend the dedication of the Catholic church while there." Geo. E. Clarke and J. W. Sullivan went to Fort Dodge Monday to attend to preliminaries in the Jos, Thompson case against the Milwaukee company. It is not likely that either that or the Whittemore case will be tried at this term. Both will go over till fall. A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE. D. W.. Fuller of Canajoharie, N. Y., says that he always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery if.n the house and his family has always found tho very best results follow its use; that he would not be without it, If procurable. G. A. Dykeman, druggist, Catskill,;N. P., says that Dr. King's "New Discovery is undoubtedly the best cough remedy; that he has used it in his family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all thas is claimed for it, Whs r not try a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial bottles free at L. A. Sheetz' drug store. Regular size 50c., and $100. 8 SPECIMEN CASES.' S. H. Clifford, of New Castle, Wis., was troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was disordered, his liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing.' Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., had five large fever sores on his leg; doctors said he was incurable. One bottle Electric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by L. A. Sheetz. 8 Extrava © To the public: We beg to direct your particular attention to the fact that we are closing out our entire stock regardless of cost or value. Mr. Arenberg is going to withdraw from the business ; on account of sickness in his family he is obliged to sell out his interest and to take charge of their business in Des Moines. This is positively a fact; we are compelled to throw the stock on the market and sell it at a sacrifice. Remember, we offer our entire new stock, bought this spring for this trade, and we want you to take advantage of this opportunity, especially when you can buy seasonable merchandise at such tremendous reductions. Come and be ( convinced that we are actually Sellini AT ANP- Below Cost Trusting you will give this your special attention, and thanking you all for past favors and asking a eontin* uance of the same, we re^ main, yours respectfully, May lie ift paying too much f ' \ thing of in paying too little. If ydu buy groceries for less than w& ask) you'll not get as good quality— that's poor economy. If you p£y more you pay top much, because we sell the best there are. m Grocers/ Langdon -If you find yourself in need of New Carpets, Curtains, Portiers, Rugs, Mats, r and Draperies, Carpet Sweepers, Curtain Poles BEMEMBEI The Grange Store Offers you the largest assortment, the best goods, and the lowest-prices. Center of Attraction* Studley's Pharmacy. Everybody Goes There! O NEW STORE. Do you want to be happy? Do you want to sleep well? Do you want to live to a g old age? Then Byy Yoyr Groceries at the New Store. James Patterson, Slotl

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