The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1896 · Page 8
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*'. -' -.',• * g^sfcS; At60KA. IOWA. 1 have just received a crate of dishes-— t s T .T - „ t * 1 **„ *^. ..I * * «... -j. LA, A* liwa. X/ jsfc Jb . W *£.»* M*t£ U fej A *& 1 I * * 41 HavilancT pattern ;invlted to You are cordially MILD. Call and See Them. I have also an elegant assortment of fine glassware—latest things out, You can save some money and keep good-natured by inspecting these goods—and buying, James Patterson. RAILWAY TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOCAI/ TRAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at ...................... 8:r>o am No.O departs at ...................... 4:24pm Freights that carry passengers— No. 03 departs at.. ......... ........ ^'•^ B - m No. 71 departs at ..... ........ ...... 8: 22 pm No. 05 departs at. .......... ......... . 8:20 pin TRAINS EAST. _ No. 3 departs at...,, ................. 10:37 am No. 4 departs at..... ................. 0:33pm Freights that carry passengers— No. 76 departs at . .. No. 04 departs at ...... ...... ........ 2:05pm R. F. HKDIUCK, Agent. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. South- Freight.. 7-.10 am Pass ....8:04 am Hixed 1:12 pin Mixed '.'.'.'. ;;.;8:00 pin Mixed 10:47 p m F. H. VESPER, Agent. North- Mixed 7:10 a in Freight..... 11:25 a m Pass 2:40p m LIKE A WHIRLWIND. That's the Way the Prices Strike. You at DurdaU's C. O. D. Clothing House. Big Lot of Suits Now on Sale, the Cost of Which Has Nothing 1 to Do with the Price. IF you are in search of. P^ l ; > I- Millinery • —the best to be had in the market, don't let it escape your attentibu that the large stock just received by Matson & McGall positively includes all that is to be had in. the latest and handsomest things in the line of millinery goods. Knowing the wants of-the trade here, this stock was selected with special reference thereto, and we feel safe in predicting that it will fully meet the requirements of intending buyers. We invite inspection. MATSON & MCCALL. We have placed about 300 men's, boys' and children's suits in Cording- loy's store building, opposite the Courier office, to be sold regardless of cost. Our object in selling these goods at such a cut price is immaterial to you as long as you get goods at prices that no one is willing to duplicate. These suits are all first class, and everything sold in this store will have our guarantee with it. If not satisfactory, your money back. We will put a price on everything that we show which will tempt those that have no idea of buying. For instance: Boy's suit (coat, pants and vest) ago 14 to 19, for $1.50, for which you used to pay $4 to $5, Man's suit for $2.50, which you think cheap at $6. Men's summer underwear, broken sizes, at 15 cents that you can't buy of anyone else for less than 35 cents. Overalls for 37 cents—try to match them for 75 cents. Neckties that any dealer will ask you 25 to 35 cents for—our price 10 cents. Men's shirts for 15 cents that are worth 85 cents, and many other great bargains too numerous to mention. This .store will be known as the C. O. D. clothing house, and will be open every day until July 4. Yours truly DURDALL & Co. • Don't forget to weigh v on our City .Scales ••9 GROCERIES We Sell nm ' at prices that will save you money, ' is Urn best evaporated apples for ,, $1.00 IB Ibs best Oalfdried plums for 1,00 "JS5 IBS flne dried peacnes for, 1.00 aAgpod dried apricot, per pound ., ,10 L , Bja. gre en gage plums, per can ,,. ,10 C'BWt pftilUmng, per pa.il. 80 i Onions,yeilpvepanvers. per bu. 10 — " je biggest price for produce, deri?' 1 Exchange, , 8f?utb of court bouse. Algona, -Iowa. IN and Soft, Voice, -Piano and Organ Lessons. Having decided to locate in Algona I will make a special rate of $10 per term of 24 lessons to all who commence before June 1. Voices examined free of charge. MR, WALTER FORDE, Thorington hotel. Instructor. SEE Burns for double-beaded gutters and eiwe spouting of all kinds, ^~fmf^tn^-i^f*^m*~^^—^—~~**—*f~^ OUR toiled ham is fine. Try it and you will Bay so, too, Moe Bros. TAKE a look at the different kinds of smoked, s^H, and fresh fish at Moe Bros.'this week. . BURNS will put on your tin or iron roof—one that will turn water every Pasture Notice. The Ingham pasture, west of town, is now open, and cows will be received at any time. J, A. Vipond will have charge, No responsibility will be as- pvimed for accidents,-6t2 MAP&E sugar directirow New York at Grove & Son's, aawspfing" opeft hopefully: Th€ Ba§fcTiry was aborS 80 nearly all day yesterday. About 100 have come forward at the fevlval meetings. Geo. fi, Clafk^ tried alaft suit &t Em- metsbufg Monday. fivangelist Cordttef will femaih aft- dther week In any event, J, A. Vipond will put Ms eorii ih this spring: with a lister. Supervisor Ben. Smith has planted 2,000 trees at Qermania this spring, Electricdight talk Is being revived this spring. Algona ought to have lights. A healthy 10-pound boy makes Frank Wlnkel more than usually smiling these days, Mrs, Bev. Miller and child haVe gone to her home In Bradford, Ohio, for a month's visit. The Wi 0. T. U. will meet next Wednesday at 2 o'clock at the Congregational church. There wilt he 26 singers on the stage "by actual count" at the Columbia Opera company entertainment, Although the ladies were entitled to vote on the issuing of school bonds, no one offered her ballot Monday. There Is talk of having the Marshalltown orchestra for a dance Saturday evening. It is not definitely announced. Chas. Single and J. B. Winkel have been terracing In front of their homes and now their block presents a handsome front to the street. Editor Heacock of the Estherville Vindicator was a pleasant caljer yesterday. • He edits one of northern Iowa's best and biggest papers. The relief corps have a sale May 18, the profits to go for sewing material for the class of little girls belug taught each Saturday by the ladies. City Clerk Hutchison received dog taxes last week, and up to date some 54 canines have been deemed worthy of being paid for by their owners. Will Salisbury and L. F. Boals went to Austin, Minn., Monday to make a battery for the ball team there. They will play ball and rusticate afew weeks. A traveling band of Italians played on the streets Saturday and in the evening the Algona dancing club secured them and gave a dancing party. The opera, the Black Hussar, will be given Friday, May 22, instead of Thursday, May 21, as announced last week. The company comes from Decorah here. Bradley & NIcoulin>shipped a handsome surrey last week to Spirit Lake, and another last evening. Both were made in the shops hero. They are behind their orders for carriages. Marriage licenses have been issued to O. B. Bakke and Carrie Anderson, Theo. Sohroeder and Maggie Wagoner, David Whalen'and Lena Cairy, Adam Steinman and Sarah E, Bowman. James Seeley had already rented his father's farm before his death, and will go ahead with the work. James is shrewd in business and a hard-working young man, and he will make a success. There will be a German service at the Episcopal church Sunday at 3 o'clock. Begular services as usual. Rev. Miller is building up the society since his arrival and an excellent work is being done. C. B. Matson writes from Holla, Mo.: "The country looks fine here and prospects for crops of all kinds are first class. Farmers are now plowing corn." Mr. Matson .expects to be in Algona in about a month. Several have commended the suggestion of getting up a co-operative company to take charge of the Wilson mill and elevator, There Is no field open to capital that, would bring as much to Algona, The experiments with clay for tile are still being made and Mr. Huey has found some samples which give prom- of results, In general, however, our play does not seem to be well adapted to the tile business. Burt came down Saturday and beat the Algona boys at ball by a score that no one here seems to remember. The Algona nine is disorganized and the boys say It is unlikely that It will do anything this season, Evangelist Cordner denounced the club room in Algona in very vigorous terms Sunday evening, stating that it was a resort for both drinking and gambling. He is perhaps not to blame for his misinformation, as it is reported that at the woman's meeting in the af ternOOfl lftd(6S who live IB tS^fl the same statemefits. As a ^ i " facl dHhklBg has never betfi In at ihe club ftfott ftfc Wy «me, ftfe games 6f Stiy klttd mofiey"* - a E. fl. Slagle's notes on St. Paul atta Minneapolis will be of special p^fest td Gfttnd Aftny men who eipedt to at* tend tfie national encampment. He will from time to tiine note .mftey things about the Cities worth knowing. Marshal Hdran eaught four dogs without tags after May 1. one had an owner who came and paid $3 tax and n to the marshal. The others languished In the pound 48 hoars.and then went to the final resting place of all dogs good, bad, and indifferent. The ordination and Installation of Ji W. innes will take place in the Presby terial church on Monday evening, May 11. Dr. Green will preach the sermon amous Teas. and Bev. W. A. McConnell wilt deliver charge to pastor. Waite will charge people Rev, J. W. The opera house company annual meeting last evening elected the old officers. The financial held find Its re bad that JUOU l> W^/ w vrf T WU -« •— t*-~~ V " j i has been made has gone towards get- report showed that the company just kept even the past year. All * _ r 4 % .. i_ _ A.*. ting high class entertainments John G. Smith has an interesting volume which gives the family nistory of the Richardsons. It begins with the founding of the family, and traces them to the D. N. and J. J. Richardson of Davenport. Mr. Smith is related on his mother's side to the Richardsons, and values this volume very highly. The Algona delegates to the state encampment at Cedar Rapids last week say it was the biggest state meeting yet held. Dr. McCoy was re-elected medical director for the state, Judge Given was chosen commander, E. E. French of Humboldt is the Tenth district delegate to the national convention, and Marshalltown gets the next meeting. J. C. Platt literally sold himself out of house and home last week. He was living in a rented house and found that it was about to be sold. Accordingly he acted very promptly and sold it himself, gettinghisagent'scommission, and is now looking for a roof to get under. He says it is lucky it is summer, as he can use a tent in a pinch. Houses are scarce in Algona. Having sold Chase &. Sanborn's Coffees for some time and found them to be ^of a^su* perior quality and to give general satisfaction, we have now added a full line of their Teas, and would say to anyone looking for a good article—try their Teas and you will hot be disappointed, Every pound guaranteed to give satisfaction. TBLBPHONB 47. Walker Bros. FINANCIAL. $so,ooo. Beposlts received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Colleo tlons made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. 1NGHABI, President; J. B. JONES, Vice President; LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier Directors— Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Ohrischilles, Lewis H. Smith, J, W. Wadsworth, Barnet oevlne. • First lifltul Bant of BURNS will do your tin. work and do Jt> rjght. See him fop the double-bead' £4 gutter. Money, I am loaning money on farm lands at siv per cent, interest, Only & small charge will be made for procuring this obeap money, Tbo. borrower can have the privilege pf paying off all OP any part of his mortgage at the time of pay* ing interest, J, J, RYAN, Office ever the poatofflce, Algona. JQW&. frade, »r tha» bom§» W§ PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Mrs. J. J. Wilson is visiting in Whitewater. Mrs. Geo. R. Cloud is at home after a few weeks' visit with her parents in Nevada. Mrs. C. B. Hutchins has recently returned from a three weeks' visit in Dubuque. Dr. McCormack's son, editor of the Ayershire Blade, visited at home over Sunday. Grant Benschoter and daughter start for California today. He expects to be gone a year. Miss Jennie Hughson is expected this week for a visit with her sister, Mrs. S. S. Sessions. Mrs. Harvey Ingham goes to Des Moines tomorrow for a short visit at home, taking the young man along, Mrs. Emily Ruth Carpenter, who lectured on art last week, was the guest of Miss Jessamine Jones over Sunday. L. E. Sessions, traveling passenger agent of the Monon route, visited his cousin, S. S. Sessions, between trains Thursday. Lieut. Daugherty is in Livermore in charge of the new drug store. Glen, Brunson went Monday and Mrs. Brunson will follow soon. Banker G, F. VanVechtan was up from Cedar Rapids Friday for a day's visit at E. B. Butler's. Mrs. Butler and his daughter are very intimate friends. Wm. Peck, who has sold his Burt hotel, is planning a summer's trip in Wisconsin and elsewhere. He and Mrs. Peck will go and visit their ' friends and enjoy a vacation. Mrs, Alex. White is in Des Moines being treated for a very painful and dangerous inflammation in one ear. The trouble seems to be among the small bones of the ear and is slow in yielding to treatment. ""•Mr. and'Mrs. W, H. Ingham have gone to San Francisco to visit her brother, Geo. H, Ripe, On the way home they will visit Mrs, Russell in Omaha, Mrs. Russell's many Algona friends will regret to learn that her three babies are having a siege of scarlet fever, W. W. Cornwall of Spencer, was over Monday talking with some of our citizens about the judgshtp. Mr. Cornwall looks very much like a coming man, and will have a very cordial sup- CAPITAL ..... . ........................ $50,000 AMBROSE A. OAhL ................ President I WM. K. FERGUSON .................. Cashier D. H. HUTCHINS .............. Vice President I C. D. SMITH ..................... Asst. Cashier Directors— D. H. Hutchins, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweiler, P. H. Vesper, Ambrose A, Call, R. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson, Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. Special attention given to collections. __ Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, C. 0. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbrafth, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Sohenck, Thos. F. Cooke. CASH CAPITAL, *&0,000. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. ^"Interest paid on time deposits. GKHO. -CL Six JBT cent. Interest for money left three months or more. Money always on hand to loan on first mortgages, second mortgages, and good collaterals. Notes bought. ALGONA, IOWA. port in Kossuth from present appearances. As chairman of the judiciary committee in the late legislature, he took a commanding place and was recognized as an able and judicial adviser. Mrs. Edith Hutchison has been very sick since her little daughter came, but is now recovering. The Des Moines Saturday Review noting the visit of Mrs. Shore, says: Mrs. Shore was called away in the midst of furnishing and decorating that lovely new home on Nineteenth street, to the bedside of her sister who is very ill at her home in the northern part of the state. She left on Monday afternoon and expected to return as soon as her sister's health would permit. PIANOS tuned at $5 a year. Organs cleaned, tuned, and repaired. Give your work to the home tuner, Satisfaction guaranteed, Mr. Walter Forde, tuner, Thorington hotel. You should catch some of the nice rain water these days with the double- beaded gutters sold and put up by J. D, Burns, They are the thing of the kind, latest and best OUR poultry is fine this week and we sell it cheap, Moe Bros, SEE our bargains in toilet soaps. Z, Grove & Son, M, «wt ave lots M. . wrappers, e, them TO THE FRCW ON A, BICYCLE. PROFESSIONAL. •^^ 1 ^^W^-^^% rf ^X^^N.»-^^X^O^--*-^. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office In Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxie-FerRuson bl jok. GEO. R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Office over Kossuth County State Bank. E, V. SWETTmCr, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa, L. K, OARFIELP, M, P., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, state st., one door east of Cordjngjey. Residence, McGregor st., east of toe public school building. P, L. TRITON, M, P., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SVRQ$ON, Office and residence in the Boston BJocfc (In the new block.) . PIJIJIPPM III! ") '..'A H. c, MCCOY, M, JP;, Residence, McGregor street. 0»oe wjtb Garfleld. PHYSICIAN ANP SURGEON, Aigons, Iowa. . 4, OR, PBIITQN, ^

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