The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1896 · Page 1
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**s*nA^ \r -v;r^p?^|i> v-; S - -,•'-.'":• „•: :••:. **3**$&tf' f ~ < - 7 V • V< •'•->:'. :7',i&^ f UV-&Mh' I^I-«|V*^'• rSf^fti', ,.r->'. J ^ • *k^ a>5 Mlli"" : 'TST j^j^jgjjjgjj^^j,"* AMONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1896, VOL. NEWS OF THE NORTHWEST Lietit. atid Mfs. foster Received at Mttttitioldt, His Hottie* Motel Orleans at SpitU Lake Will bpfift as Usual—Cornwall tof Miscellaneous Notes The biggest bargain you ever saw in toilet soap at M. Z. Grove & Son's. TELEPHONE 19. About Shirt Waists. Every lady knows what comfort there is in these cool, common-sense garments. The season is now at hand when you must have them. "We have prepared for your wants and have Hundreds of Beauties for you to select from. Any price you want to pay, from 50c to $3.50. . G. L. Galbraith & Co. Want a Bicycle? The undersigned has opened a Bicycle Livery in Algona and a tandem fo posite the Wigwam, and has bicycles and a tandem for Int, by the hour or day. , . _.i. pp i Also agent for the £JAX bicycle, an up-to-date whed, 1 good as there is in the market, If you want a wheel come fid see me, Will do all kinds of wheel repairing, al so Plumbing and Gun Work. A series of-receptions have been given in Hutnboldt in honor of the marriage of Lieut. Foster and his bride, by Mr, and Mrs, Foster. The young couple are spending some days there, and Al. Adfttas in the Humboldt Independent tells of their welcome, and adds: " The young lady is one of the fairest and best of the young people of Ames, Iowa, and comes of one of the oldest and among the leading families of that neighborhood. She is a niece of State Auditor C. G. McCarthy and a daughter of our old friend Dan McCarthy, whom we have known so long, and known but to respect him. Our earnest congratulations are always with him and his. Our friend George is a native of this county and has grown to manhood here among hosts of friends who most highly regard him. He is a talented young man and holds at this time the responsible position of county surveyor of Humboldt county. For some time past he has been gaining a residence at Algona and is now engaged in the business of surveying, and in the land and abstract business there. He has a love and tact for military matters and is even now an officer in the militia at that place, showing that he is deservedly popular among the young business men of the town. We tender our congratulations to the people of Algona who add so desirable a couple to their already elegant society, and we are sure that these two will prove to be acquisitions to it that can be illy dispensed with upon a close acquaintance. God bless you, my children.'" Hotel Orleans to Open. The Beacon says rumor or no rumor the Hotel Orleans will open as usual. It adds: Most of the discussion and practically all the announcements that have been given currency were not only unauthorized, but without foundation. The Abell Brothers had ice stored and the usual preparations made at the proper date, and propose to do their full share toward advertising and popularizing our great resort. All Iowa as well as Spirit Lake is interested in the development of our lake country as a resort, and a denial of the sensational reports current during recent months will be gratify ing all round. It is the program to open on the 15th fov the accommodation of early anglers and as an eating station for Burlington passengers. About a month later the Abells will put on a full summer force with substantial grounds for the hope that this is to be the greatest resort season in the experience of the northwest, Corn-wall for Judge, The Spencer papers officially announce W. W. Cornwall's candidacy for Judge Thomas' position. The Reporter says: No fault can be found in regard to the eminent ability of Judge Lot Thomas, who has filled the position so ably for the last 12 years; but the friends of different candidates feel that the time has come when another equally as able in every respect should enjoy the honors of the position. Clay county will present Mr. Cornwall as such a candidate. He has twice filled the office of representative in the state legislature from this district-, and has filled the position ably and to the satisfaction of all. His legal ability is unquestioned, and his reputation for fairness and impartiality is recognised by all who know him. His deportment is dignified, and his habits of mind apa person are eminently fitted to grace the bench and make its decisions re- tf you wmt them to ,.,.. do well. Nothing contributes to the felt-belaa of a good horse, so much as to have him cllpbed-gefc that long half oft and give him a chance to thttve. BEOWN & HUNTER at Brown's livery barn are doltttf this work with a new bower cllbper that Will make a horse look as If he grew that way. •* * • We are receiving daily a niee lot of P. L. SLAGKLE, Manufacturer and dealer In Harness, Saddles, Whips, and all Harness goods. Also a lull• »>je of Trunks, Grips, and Telescopes. Repairing neatly and promptly done. I sell DR. JOSEPH HAAS* REMEDY FOR HOG CHOLERA, Positively the best remedy for ct-olera In hogs or chickens. Come and see me, st new stand, adjoining Ohrlstensen's livery baiT. f Sportsman's Game™— Fresh Vegetables, \,"i M tv Havana filler, Sumatra wrapper, Is positively the Best 5c Cipr TELEPHONE NO. IB. In the Alcona market today. Its large and Increasing sales prove beyond question its superior qualVuy. Manufactured by SCHU & WATERHOUSE, " Restaurant —... Lunch-Counter. Is now In Its new location—the L. M. B. Smith building. Serves meals at regular hours and short-order meals at all hours. Suit Sale Saturday, May 23,1896. N order that every man, boy, and child in Algona and Kossuth county may have a new suit in which to observe Decoration day, the new clothing store is going to give a suit sale that will eclipse all former efforts. The splendid bargains offered at our former sales have attracted wide attention and liberal patronage, but the best is yet to come as you will'see by the following prices: MENS WOOL SUITS at $2.89. I lee Cream. 3?axlox—Side entrance for la- ales. Everything neat, clean, and posl- llvely nrst class, Full stock of confection ery. Lunch counter In front. A. H. ALLEN, Propr. are good colors, reliable in every respect, .00. $3.98 on sale day buys an all-wool REMEMBER I am still in the Ice Business. Trices as low as anybody's. Good service or no pay. The above cheap at .. . cheviot or cassimere, warranted fast color. They are splendid wearers, and all clothiers get from $7.00 to $10.00 for them. Slaughtered Prices. ANY MAN wanting a suit cannot afford to overlook the following : Men's fine all-wool suits sell fast at #10.00; all go at $6.90. Our $11.00 suits at $7.90, and $14,00 values at $8.90. Peter Winkel. Boys' Suits. $3.48 Good Painting T.A.S. spected by all, KossuUv to pave Two DorUies Emmetsburg Reporter: We are informed that Link Singleton, Algona's esteemed colored citizen, is busily engaged putting up a neat little cottage in Algona, We wonder if Link's visits to Erametsburg has anything to do with, the matter, Soo I have been In Algona 13 years, and my work done during that time speaks for itself. I am stlfl prepared to give the same first-class service as ever, and solicit your patronage, HOUSE PAINTING AND . .: . . PAPER HANGING I devote special at H "ntlon to, ana also do carriage painting, Italsomlning, etc. . ^"Shop on Call street. The Fan Tan buys boys' long pants suits in all wool and fast colors; former price 6.90. We are almost giving these away, and you want to keep your eye on them. It costs $5.00 at wholesale to replace them today. $4.98 buys a line of all-wool boys' suits ranging in price to $7,10. $6.90 l am here to supply your wants, pie prices, All work warranted, and will do so at reason- F. L, Parish. . ............... I- I - IL """' Alden Vinegars The popular Vinegars of the day, * * <# vinggars m% guaraatescl to to© strictly §ppls Ytaegar, a trial v of whiob - 1 " ypu aotbiag. A. curious Hnneroft Geo. Holloway, the Bancroft land man, stumbled over a box which was standing on the sidewalk one evening last week, A vein in the nose was broken and he bled fov sU hours in spite of medical aid, An Accomplished Singer, Mies Carrie Kawrar of Webster City, daughter tf HOB, J. l>< Kamr&r, is to spend a year in Chicago studying vocal music. She possesses a rich eoprano voice and is already a fine musician, is A QfcofeoJJ J}«i» Lost isianA lake has gained to 4 10 inches, an<J Spirit and Okobojl are }S t9 15 inches flsepep this spying. Clear Havana T^T JL Sifih Wr A ^" -J itwf^^^^^^ For 5 Cents. ,e only clear Havana, 5-oeut cigar in Algona, A., 3, CHAMBERS, Factory No. 71, State St.. aoufe o( court ho\iBe is what you will pay us on sale day for suits that $10.00 won't touch anywhere else. Children's 2-piece Suits, Good values at 890; fine all-wool ones at $1.49: $2,65 buys such suits as you always pay $4.00 for. IP the best of values • and lowest of prices, combined with courteous treatment will make us friends, we are going to have a great many of them in Algona and vicinity. Remember what we advertise we do, 9 UE sales are T,; ways interesting; don't fail to attend this one; you will find it a money saver, Kraft Clothing Co., Oowles' Block Algona, Iowa. E. 0, BQWYER, Don't Run Away not Qn§ but furniture of in V * from a gpod thing, If y ou are wrt sure you Hiww * v good thing when you see it, come to me ana J ww

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