The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1896 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 22, 1896
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JforthwesteiFB fifties !§ fieftfttf fchd Jot Fdfftfe THE DAVENPORT 0 PLANTER, Two Boys Can Plant Eight Acres per Day. XT. Wilfrid P. Jones. Grand Opening Sale It OF SPRING AND SUMMER 5 if 111 w Saturday, April The Kraft Clothing Go. are after your trade, and in making this sale propose to spare no efforts in making it the most interesting ever held in Algona. Let us impress on your minds that we are here with you to stay and that we have nothing but new goods, bought at the lowest prices ever known in the history of the clothing market. Owing to the large amount of clothing required for our different stores and out ready command of cash we have been able to pick up some remarkable bargains, and we propose to give our cus- tomers'the advantage of them. Here is a starter in the way of men's strictly all-wool suits, guaranteed fast color, sell everywhere from |8.oo to f 10.00, sale price Here are others at prices that are remarkably low: Men's all-wool Black Cheviot suits, wortli $9.00, at . . . .... Men's all-wool Black Cheviot suits, worth &11;00, at . v . . Men's all-wool Chick Cassimere suits, worth $11.50, at ... Men's all-wool Ghrey Tibit suits, worth $12.50, at ...... A MEBRY ff AB IS ON, Ed. rilzstnunons Advises tlio Pa- troiis of the Mason City Hoom Edition Not to Pay-Says It Is a Dig Fake. » Ed. Pitzslmmons is ID town again In connection with the Rec. Stanberry Mason,City bpoin edition for Kossuth, which is out. But Ed; is not here to boom it any further. On the contrary be is advising the subscribers not to pay. .He is willing to admit now that the whole thing is a gigantic fake,'especially as ho has been, victimized him/ self. After he had secured and turned them in to the orders the boomers, they proposed to liquidate with him on a basis of 50 cents on the dollar. He thinks he can take out the other 60 cents in satisfaction and he will visit every subscriber in the county and expose the whole thing. He says that as a matter of fact no such edition is-being printed as was promised, and that that plastering of Illinois and other eastern states that was talked about will not occur. For this and other like omissions the people will no doubt be thankful after they see the paper, and Ed.'s story may prove a boomerang, for they are much more likely to pay to $4-98 have the paper suppressed'than to have it circulated. Jt seems now that the matter is up that Photographer Peterson is also having difficulty "in getting a settlement. Stanberry has neglected to answer polite notes, and a law suit will doubtless be necessary before he col Don't think that because these are cheap that they are_not good. It will only take a minute of your time to convince you that they are record breakers. A youth s suit for $1.98. In this line we are especially strong, and on sale day we are going to give you some strong inducements as follows: Strictly all-wool suits, colors guaranteed, worth to 7.90, sale price A fine line of all-wool ones at .oo f .$3.98 . 5.90 We have them running as high as $10.00 and $^.oo-take : your choice for $7 oo We want you to inspect our line of Children s Clohlng $ H?w is this for Sow priced Children's all-wool suits, fast color, 4 to 14 years, sale price 9 9C) they are worth $3.00. HATS! Here is a hummer. A $2,50 Derby at 99 cents. Many thingslthat we have quoted here are away below what can buy them at wholesale today but we want t° " ' it. Now 'd sa y easy with you and take this method of Now 'dor. to quote prices on paper. We don't believe » n ertising what we ' __ ,._.,__ JL **f *" F * ..- ^ don't intend to do. Make no mistake. We -,- ...~ --«, „ this day at prices that are ridiculously low. Attend this sate and you will find that everything will far exceed your expectations. ^Remember that prices quoted are for the one day only. Kraft Clothing Co. The new clothing store—Cowles' block. "K: Restaurant ..Lunch Counter, ILULllJUJuaO M\J uuwuuivi J uw»w- •*• ..— — — - lects for the photographs he took for the paper. A slight glance at the paper shows that the cuts are poor, the paper poor, the printing poor, and the work, carelessly done. Names are misspelled and everything is in a slipshod manner. But this was to be expected for it was absolutely out of the question to get out a good'job at the prices charged for the edition promised. It will be Interesting to note what will come out of Ed. Fitzsimmons 1 second visit and how Stanberry will meet his charges. It looks now as though Kossuth was likely to he a Waterloo for the Mason City boomers. In any event the contest will be interesting. Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat. Dr. Preston, Thursday, May 7, Plnx Seed. Carefully cleaned and free from mustard seed—$1.15 per bushel. Sample at Walker Bros.' grocery store. 4t3 D. A. "WALLACE, HAVE you seen those beautiful Birthday spoons at Dingly & Pugh's? Call's' Pasture Notice, My pastures adjoining town are now ready to receive a limited number of cows. Plenty of tame grass, pure water, and shade. Terms, $1 per month in advance. Owners must in- trust their cows to boys large enough to open the gate. -The undersigned assumes no risks, My son, Boscoe, will have charge of the pastures, 5t2 AMBROSE A, CALL, Supt. Alshtofl cat hav<§ & janiblld depMdB, thft feeyi bf the 6ity, ftftcl CfSWft of ivy etery tiffig h$ CbmSS ttf Alf6aa. tils fies Molhes tralfl has af* rived. It Is actually running and is as cbfaVehient as tt eve? promised td be, Iti addittefi to that he hal fl6n8 i With those compulsbf y visits Ih the beautiful city of Eagle Gr6ve, which have tot some motiths been a weariness to the dhtcagtf traveler, If Supt, Alshtbtt is fiotisntltied to all the credit, he can take his share fttid pass on the balance. He is the visible figurehead of authority for the North- •westerh in these parts. Here is the present schedule of coin- ings and goings at Algona. At 8:04 in the morning a through passenger train goes to Des Moines, arriving at 12:15,* At 4 o'clock in the afternodtt the Baffle train leaves Des Moines, reaching Algona at 10:47 in the evening, On the return it is called a mixed train, because from Eagle Grove through, freight will be attached when it is necessary, , At 1:12 p. m. a mixed train leaves Algona for the south and connects at Eagle Grove with the train that reach- 68 Des Moines at 7:65 p. m., and with the early Chicago train. At 2:49 p. m. a full passenger train from the south brings the Chicago papers and also Des Moines passengers who leave there on the 9:35 train in the morning. These two trains correspond with our former-passenger trains. The mixed train, that connects at Eagle Grove for Chicago and Des Moines, will leave at 8 .o'clock -p. m. instead of at 5:58 as heretofore. The two hours will be saved here instead of being spent In waiting at Eagle Grove. This train reaches Chicago at 8:30 in the morning and Des Moines at 11:55 at night. The train north will go through at 7:10 In the morning instead of at 8:17 as heretofore. Tins change also cuts off a lay-over at Eagle Grove. This brings the Des Moines papers very early. It is the through Chicago train which leaves that city now at G o'clock p. m. The freight train sroing south loaves at 7:10 in the morning and going north at 11:12 in the morning. This service gives the towns along the line practically three passenger trains a day each way. Its advantage?, like the various kinds of trees, are too numerous to mention. One qf them is that people from the north can spend the evening at the theatre and get home comfortably. Another is-that the north end towns will get the morn- Ing papers early. Another is that passengers from the 'west can" make good connections for the south, etc., etc. The Northwestern has done itself proud. It is growing in grace each year, and may sometime get to have a soul to be saved, May the shadow of Red Clover, White Clover, Alsyke Clover, Alfalfa, Kentucky Blue Field Peas, and Timothy, Flax, »d... Seed Wheat—Hard Fife, . For sale at the old stand by ,; , Lenette W/Butler, • Administrator J. J. Wiison estate.';" its passenger trains on this line never grow less, and may grey hairs when they come, come with wealth and honors to all its manager, from Agent Vesper up to Supt. Aishton and as much higher as the responsibility for this new service rests. WE have a lot of remnants in tapestry, and Brussels, just the thing for rugs. Some of the remnants will cover a small room. Geo. L. Galtaraith & Co. '•• REMEMBER we have the only line of Birthday spoons in the city. Dingley & Pugh. HARDWARE • a • • • Can make your housework easy in summer. A " Quick Meal." Gasoline Stove in your kitchen to lessen the heat; a Gurne'y Refrigerator to keep your vict-. uals from decay—a saving of money, to say nothing of having your eatables in eatable condition when placed on the table. • ' Wednesday, May 6 wHl be " Gasoline Stove and Refrigerator Day" at our store. Come and let us show you some nice things in these lines. Every lady who visits our store this day will receive a present of a kitchen necessity. Hardware, REMEMBER lam te Ice Business. I L. [Successor to 0, L. Lund,] DEALER IN Grain, Feed, Hard and Soft . aaa.4.' LADIES' skirts and wrappers, fine assortment just received, Geo. L. Galbraith & Co. I, O, O. I 1 , Anniversary. On account of the above occasion, at Webster City, the Northwestern line will, on April 27 and 28, sell excursion tickets to Webster City and return at reduced rates, good returning until April 29, 1896, For tickets suwj full information apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway,—4t2 SEE Orr befpre you let your job of painting. His prices are right.—412 Prices as low as anybody's. Good service or np pay. . 1 Peter WinkeL At the Northwestern, elevator, Cyders for coal and feed can tie left at Walker Bros, goqds delivered, Oonie and see me, All Money to Jjonii on Improved farms. Pnrm T^ands and Town Property bought and sold on commission. ID. C. MOUNT & SON, Opera House Block, Algoiia, Io\va, 35xcm-Blons Went and South. On- April 21 and May 5, -1896, the Northwestern line wtllsell home-seekers' excursion tickets^ with favorable time limits, to a large number of points in the west and south at very low rates, For tickets and full information apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway;— 3t4__ p FARMERS, why run the rink of losing your crops by hull when you can secure a policy in tiia Iowa Mutunl ITuil Insurance association (if Des Moines, Iowa, for 2 cents per wore, guaranteeing you against loss for a torra of five yenrsi> Apply to Geo. S, Angus, county agent Burl, Iowa.—3t-l THE largest and best line of cnndy in town is now opon nt Grove & Son's, OUR poultry la fine this week arid w< sell It clienp. Moo Bros, A FULL line of men's and boys' hal juot opened at'G<iodora'.-4l2 ORR is not working for fun, but hi drices on painting this season wil make you think he is,—4l2 Money. I am loaning money on farm lands it six per cent, interest. Only a small barge will bo made for procuring this ,heap money. The borrower can have he privilege of paying off all or any >art of his mortgage at the time of pay- ng interest. J. J. RYAN. Office over the postofflce, Algona, 'Iowa. HORSE breeders will be pleased te earn that L. T, Martin of Liveraore will be on hand to see them again this spring in his old occupation and attend to their stallion colts.—4t2 GET Orr's prices on your job of painting before you let it. it will be to your interest.—4l2< a "'••( % TAKE a look at the different U.inds of smoked, salt, and fresh fish at Moe Bros.' tins week. FOR time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County State Bank. FOR RENT—Two houses and lots (J, E. Peterson's) for rent or for sale cheap- Inquire of Jas, Orr, agent.—32 A FINE, large line of dried fruits at Grove & Son's, CARPETS, mattings, and curtains, cheap for 30 days at Goeders', OUR boiled ham is fine, Try it and you will say so, too. Moe Bros, "S, This is Our Own Make Surrey. evy, Luwh counter }i» front.

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