The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1896 · Page 5
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"'".'"' "~' v "'" l -~ $T ;' n -, "-!• THE tJWBR B18 MQINBS GOOD IOWA. WflPKSSflAY, Vttfi ENOUGH The Best Sulky Plow in the market for the money. This little plow is making friends everywhere among the farmers. Thousands of them are being sold and are giving the best of satisfaction. Call and see a sample at Wilfrid P. Jones. Wild flowers weffiiH bloom l*6t week. SpflBg is heW. f hey pump eight bout* a day no* to supply the towft with watef, A little daughter Wrtod ftl thehatacS of Mr. and Mr*. Afchl* HutehlfiBOfi Friday. The county board (net Monday afid has been giving its time chiefly to Wads and grades. W.Ji Studley was quite sick last week with an attack of tonstiltta, He Was Confined to his bed. The notice ill fttfi tJPWfft »MS MotNEs about Geo, C. Call's St. narddoghada bad effect, He the same day, Editor Laldley is down to s$e the board about establishing a third offldal paper itt the county, No decision has yet been reached. - The Algona schools will not go Into the state oratorical contest this year. Prof, Carroll thinks we will join again next year and compete. Marriage licenses have been Issued to A. L. Moore and Mildred Taylor, Edward C. Duckett and Jesse Lloyd, Geo. H. Helmke and Ida D. Harms. SEEDS ;,, ,: t ?v'^ ,TMAT WILL died Red Clover, White Clover, Alsyke Clover, Alfalfa, Kentucky Blue Grass, Field Peas, and Timothy, Flax, .nd... Seed Wheat-Hard Fife. Spring ENGLAND In going to market this spring later than usualL we struct.it aahoKsc; •sr many goods as we intended to. Here We Are, Loaded to the ceiling with goods that we will sell to you at regular and still make a litttle profit. wholesale prices Clothing for Men and Everything up to date—no " old fogy methods or styles at our store. Onward! Onward! is the watchword with us. Progression is the rule. Our success and popularity have been built on the solid foundation of Honest Goods and Honest Prices. Our stock is absolutely reliable. You are not trusting to luck when you buy of us E"C^ wtide hw bLn looked into, followed up, and bought at the fountain head. Customers buying from our firm should Prepare to be Pleased. Never have better goods been-shown! Never have greater varieties been ottered! Never have prices been so low! Yours truly, Durdall »» « 999 cent And the expensei of making the wan the borrower. are Bhowipg a fl»e ! JS SftB rt w Hoe of lace I am loaning money on farm land? at six per cent, interest, Only a small charge will be made for procuring this • * money. The borrower pan have v privilege of paying off « w rt of bis mortgage at the tii nff interest. J> "• -*^~ Woe over the P<wtofflce, Algw, lows »n* Town Property bopg htand-sold on commission.^ Operft Honse Bloclt. Atgonai FOR Bum 1 — Two houses an.4 lots ' eb I Iowa posto"fficeB. "He threw 1,840 cards | I In 69 minutes without making an error. The Congregational church was crowded Sunday evening for the union meeting. Rev.Lapdis, the new Baptist minister, preached a very able sermon. Dr. Bowman, the Emmetsburg dent- 1st, and a member of the Iowa City dental college faculty, visited Al. Falkenhainer yesterday and attended the party last evening. A telegram Saturday announced that Albert Bruer, a 14-year-old Bancroft boy, was shot while hunting in California, where he went with his uncle last fall. No particulars were received. Mr. and Mrs. Mart. P. Weaver are receiving the congratulations of everybody. Work will begin on the new home they are to occupy, and they will soon be under their own vino ana fog tree. The revival meetings begin April 20, or thereabouts, the day being not stated exactly. Prayer meetings are being held about town already in preparation, and a great meeting is anticipated. If the two railroads can get out of paying the 10-raill water tax in Algona because they are out of fire limits or something of that kind, how about other property owners located an equal distance? Dr Lncy of LuVerne has another $200 doctor bill before the supervisors. The board decided to let it he over, pending the decision in the supreme court on the other case. The doctor announces that be will begin suit this morning. Two new elevators have the ground staked out at Hobart. Mr. Fleming, who married Mr. Kennedy's daughter, and who is now Armstrong's po&traas ter, will build one, and Bender Bros, will put in the other. Hobart will have a grain market. Frank Potter of Cresco has been chosen to succeed Thos. Carmody as manager of the farmers' elevator company at Whittemore. He takes possession today. Frank is a number one businessman and none better could have been selected. Ho will make a success of It. The Methodists are talking up the new church and are seeing how much the leading: members feel like putting into It. The plan is to spend about $12,000 and erect a strictly modern edifice. If the time seems to be favorable an active canvass for subscriptions will begin at once. Grant Benschoter will take his daughter and visit his brother, William, in California in May. His health has not been good lately and he will spend the summer if he likes it on the coast. It is possible .that Mrs Benschoter will go over in the fall, ills son will take charge of the farm here. C B. Clark, father of W. H. Clark, the Jersey breeder, is in Algona mak- ine his home and also W. A. Morlltt, a son-in-law. Mr. Morlltt is a creamery owner, having several In the state. He expects to put in some new ones hereabouts. W. H. Clark b*s been discussing leaving the farm, .but will probably take charge again this spring. Nels Bengston of Bancroft went to Swea Citv Monday to watch a game of ball, A. foul tip sent a hot ball at him as he sat in the crowd, hitting him in the eye with such force as to knock the eve ball out on to his cheek. It is not known whether the eye can be saved or not. Swea City has a Now York ex- league pitcher and the ball came wltn terrific force. Wm. C. Wheeler, Mrs, Guy Grove's father, has moved to Algona and has bought the A. Wolf home in the west part of town and also the Rundgren lots, giving him a half block. He was a pioneer at Albion, and used to neigh, bor with S. Reed and L. Millen back in the 50's. He has been in the mountains of Colorado a great deal, having a brother and other relatives there. The school board met last night to consider what to do for room. The school house is so crowded that more room must be had, and a committee consisting of Cowles and Blossom was appointed to rent a room. They have in view the lecture room of the Bap' tist church. The board meet again this week and talk strongly of submit- tine a proposition for bonds to bulw a ward school house, The town needs a new building up towards the depot might as well build it one time as Other. A sad suicide occurred five miles weetofBurt at the MoElwain Sunday, Rvjth Tb.oa>p8on, &» peed 19, tied a large reck in &„ „«.=-_ and fastened H about J»er neck, .and • •tntoav,,. " W&teF sale at the old stand by Letiette W. Butler, Administrator J. J. Wilson estate, "V| W. a S 5 )i F AMILIARITY ofttimes breeds contempt, but not for THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CD'S PURE COLORED PAINT. Painters swear by it because it ROCS farther nml is chenyer than any other Paste Paint in >.he market, fine line of tints thai are sure to please. House Paint, Barn Paint, Floor Paint, Buggy Paint—any kind of paint you want. PURE WHITE LEAD AND C. M. DOXSEB, Taylor's. There's a graceful sweep to the ready-made skirt that cannot be imitated. • Ready to wear. There is no delay or disappointment tacked to the buying of a readymade skirt or suit. If you wish to keep step with others our skirts and suits will help you do it. • Jas. Taylor. • ELECTEIC BITTERN Electric Bitters Is a medicine suited for every season, but perhaps wore generally Seflftdin thesprtogTwhen the langurt, exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic aM alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has of ten averted long and per- baps fatal hilipus fevers. Noroedlclne wUl act more sure* in counteracting, and freeing thei system frosa the malaml poison- Headache, iadigestion, constipation, dizziness/yield to jafeotrio bitters. Only 50o a L. A. Sheets' drug store. \ MARVELOUS" RESULTS. v. J. Gunder be sold by the Chicago, St. Paul railway at one round trip. •••'-. Milwaukee & fare for the I have opened a billiard ball in the S.C, Spear building on. State street, where lovers of the game can indvuge their propensity. I shall keep a clean and orderly place, and 1 invite the pat' ronage of the public. • v^ e* t- „ STEWART, "Do you believe," said he, love can exist without jealousy?" **yes, but not without insurance., Love aiffls to protect an.4 pr Examine tbe Royal Union, J, abpo, district agent,

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