The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1896 · Page 1
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 20, 1896
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$*!%*%% ^r,~^~.,n-lf>^. «1V ,- cs • -a ¥KiL*-»-: y ^'H^tfSM . >, ,,j..-f.|s- i'--,n«^*;M ^>.>'W*$M£& i,:v,«*$i^B E: ment ACCtPEKT AT WEST BEND. n*fiti KaaMr la ttnn Over by a tfffiiffht a n iHt Laltg, Por the past tow J^Sj" This is to induce you to trade with us. Special inducements for cash. , M. Z. Grove & Son's. Of fin Oasey is Son Over by ft _. Train-Lived Ohty to felt Hia Name and Sesldetice. More Honors for, AlgoriiattS—S. K. Wifme Suieldes at Humtodldt—SchWal Northwest News* Orrln Casey of LuVerne, Minn., was run over by a freight train between West Bend and Bode "Thursday. His right leg Vras cut off at the hip Joint and the other one badly crushed. His head was badly cut, his nose being broken in between the eyes. The train crew picked him up and brought him to West Bend and turned him over to the company's physician, Dr. Bacbman. He lived until 11:55 o'clock and regained consciousness long enough to verify the information concerning his name and home, already obtained from his diary. He said his mother, Mrs. Olive Beldine, and a half sister, lived at LuVerne, Minn. News of the accident was telegraphed to them, but they were too poor to come for him and ne burled at West Bend. a very successful caree? at each A suicide at ttunibolat. 9, It, Wlnne committed suicide at fiumboldt Wednesday by hanging htm' self In an upper room in his residence, one of the oldest aria We are • • receiving daily a nice lot of his late poor hea 1th, r i ?*f ! *fi • . ,<«.'/$« , "Z • rf/.fe&3 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 $3.50. G. L. Galbraith & Co. * ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^^B^MMP^^^^i^^^"* 1 ^*^^^^^^^^^ Want a Bicycle? travel on the wagon road and was that he might be run over by the cars f he followed the railway track, but he renlled that it did not make much difference anyhow. wh iie conscious .af- terhe was^brought here he said that sometimes he had two or three fits in a day and sometimes he would go two 01 three weeks without having one. As rence. ,7. .7. nynn's NewGypsum Mill. A. H. Bliss of.Vlnton, and Prank Howeyof Fort Dodge, have made an important discovery In the paint business. They find thnt ground gypsum rock IB superior to white lead as a paint bodv They think the cheapness and superiority of the rock will revolution- iKe manufacture of paint, as gypsum is found In largo quantities. a. company is being formed already make paints by the new process. A fcedyard Curiosity. Ernest Arnold reports to the Leader a sleight of hand performance of nature in the form of a pig with five perfect developed toes on the left eurxd. Fresh Vegetables, TBL-BFHONB NO. IS. ,'» SgfVi'i , fa* '41 *"$£ -,H| -*tel tOf Ernest sees a fortune hid in this When the fairs open Watch for Ai- to the train men. J5. G. Howyer He-elected. The third annual convention of the Iowa Retail Jewelers' association, which met in Des Moines on Tuesday and Wednesday, adjourned after a very successful meeting. On the 12th the convention met for the interchange of 1 deas and diBCUsslon of different matters of interest to the members, and Wednes- flsiv thev met to elect officers. B. U. er. nold's five-toed pig. The Comma Circus Levied On. Klrkhart and Ryan's circus was attached at Perry Thursday, on a $2,000 claim, and it is uncertain whether it will get out of its troubles and continue Suit Sale 4 Saturday, May 23, 1896. I ?.d '.$& •- sftf expects to get it on Its feet. Bulley Endorses Cordnor. Britt Tribune: Algona people are being told what they are by Rev. Cordner the evangelist. THE UPPER DBS MoiNES thinks his manner of painting with a mop might be Improved upon. Those Algona fellows are bad men. STe is no doubt of it after hearing what Rev. Cordner says about them. Old Soldiers at Clear T,nKe. The sixth reunion of the Northern Iowa Veterans' association, Ladles Auxiliary and Sons of Veterans will be held this year at Clear Lake, commenc- ingthe second week in June. Tuesday, Tune 9 Is the day to report, and special mllway rates, notel rates, etc., are promised. . me aoove cue & cheap at $6.00. $3.98 on ,J $io.oo for them. Slaughtered Prices. - * * si" Cy 1897, a which time an attendance is expected. Getting That Way in Kossutli. It is said there are 120 farmers in Mills county who are worth each C. A. S.UH at B ,u. rartl, WjM-d-p-g^.. AUff'J-giS The editor of the Blue Earth Clt^ ^*SSk%y farmers. Andrew C. Anderson's pacing mare walK ' » lean Wilkes" before the bike sulky. . BrUt is Gradln K Up. She is in the hands of one of the cool- At Britt the city has bought two est and best drivers in the; northwest, of grave l and is moving it in on and we predict that if nothing happens \^ BBi ° e ^ a wit h 80 teams. SsTii?oSissi?iSar *? s ^^^0^*^ SSta? BbK a daulhter of " Wood- omjk 8hotB are at Emmetsburg K Wilkes" and a half sister to SeD- toraor row. H. J. Wilson has *}^!^/r.7^^^^ 50 ° invitati ° nB know bow fast B he can go, for_ she has <o Loan grarsSK sr, e .f f« L. ta ,~- <.™. : iu» liiut r /.nncrpatulate Mr. An- values at $8.90. Boys' Suits. replace them today. <H A PIG IP 4 . V O ! 0 n r rerve BP We congr^ulaie Mr. An-1 in reserve. \vo ^ & v, a ,,i n ,, t,v,a most ?nd g °s°e d e S^ WU ^U ST* ^ -pairing, a!so Plumbing and Bun Work, ra^ng hlr intbe hands o? C. A. Smith who possesses a clear bead, an even] temper and a steady hand. Bev. Bowen at Spencer. Spencer Herald: Rev. T F. Bowen * , , ._ i, inof diinnav as tjpencer noj»««- commenced bis work last Sunday as on Th e unteign e d has ope^ BU^ ^1^K^^^^[^^ ~ opposite the Wigwam, and has Dicyue& «».«« !:„„;„„ i, nP in the handsof c. A.t>mun, | „„.„„,„ buys a line of all-wool boys' suits ranging: t price to $7. io. is what you will pay us on sale dto&c that $10.00 won't touch anywhere else.. Children's 2-piece Good values at 890; fine all-wool ones at f i.4*r buys such suits as you always pay l4-oo for. * - * _^_ Opera HouseBIOCK, AI B O»W, «,-». ^ U y S g uc lj su jtS aS VOU amayo y*j w™ , _ ^ , j|j| 'r= ssaSSawsaa I am h,re to snppiy your wants, able prices. All work warranted. and wiU do so at reason- Parish. North western railway- •Vio hpst ot values aim luvytot «* r-^— > Mi <>^*^£S££3frm ...—4.:— »,^ A n Our sales. W;^Ba ? thfe ooej; ym ~" m - V¥ Or T "^ *** *•'*'• "^•^ F ••• — -"-- f~j r - find it a money saver, Kraft Clothing Gffe Oowles' Block. Alden Vinegars The popnlai Vinegars of the day We have added • All the New shapes Don'tRun^Awg; ^^ .— i how you not on room sets and 4escnption, I am

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