The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1896 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 27, 1896
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'j&fl m V?£/* w« ^&Wfr$s»^r«f ^ • A .:. ,, v M, ,' • ,,.'•« O v ,, ilp^ffi^iv <.>'"^-•«""' ** $•&•$.*£ ,>!>?;*«.-*%jn,/ibt>»,y "«, • .. '.',-- ^.^.^^^g£j£,.^.4^,.j.^.>':._'..^-,^?_^ c ..,,..^..^M^ • ;., • : Person 7? 5 '' fe^ [at comes- to Algona Saturday and Monday pb'.buy one bound of my 3Sc tea, It is better %f* ; > p;iiian any SOc tea you can buy in any other f'fitore in Kossuth county, Don't forget the —Saturday, May 30, Monday, June 1. James Patterson. 'Cowles Block, PROFESSIONAL. ^ ta ^X*''>-^'>ky i s < ^'^*->^'>-i'"w^.^"<^*w»'>.^'-«^^ CLARKE & COHENOUR, • ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ,' Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. M. CLARKE, ;.; , ATTORNEY AT LAW. , ', Collection agent. Opera House block. DANSON & BUTLER, - L'AW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. . OfHce in Gai'dner Cowles' new Jjullding. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-Fenruson bljck. GEO. R. CLOUD, ;' , ' [Successor to W. B. Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ALGONA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth County State Bank. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, ' Algona, Iowa. j. C.'BAYMOND. BHNEST c. RAYMOND ' RA.YMOND <fc RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ' Office. State St., one door east of Cordingley. ; " Eesldence, McGregor St., east ol the ' public school building. F, L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office .and residence In the Boston Block. -, (In tUe new block.) H. C. MeCO-y, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Residence, McGregor street. Office with Dr. Garfiold, 1?5 & -PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON, I •; Algona, Iowa. f -" E. S, GLASIER, D. D. S., ^SURffHON DENTIST. bjBce over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. DENTIST. .'j;*. A, L. RIST, D, D, S. - Local anaesthetic foi deadening pain in. ,' gums when extracting teeth. Piortsman s ',h' .'ji Havana filler, Sumatra >vrapper, is •'','? ^Syosltively the "¥ .Best 5c Cigar Algona market today, Its large and in- rpvebeyond aueettoj?itssupe- i anufactured by CHU ft WATERHOUSE. Bestaurant Counter, IF you are in search of. ... Fine- Millinery —the best to be had in the market, don't let it escape your attentiou that the large stock just received by Matson & McCall 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 are still selling an , Gasoline at regular prices, delivered to any part of the city. You have no bother—we call and get your can. Farmers' Exchange Store. Anderson & Stebblns, P. L. SLAGLE, Manufacturer and dealer in ,. Harness, Saddles, Whips, and all Harness goods. Also a full line of Trunks, Grips, and Telescopes. Repairing neatly and promptly done. I sell OR, JOSEPH HAAS' REMEDY FOR HOG CHOLERA, Positively the nest remedy for cholera in nogs or chickens. Come and see me, at »e\yr stand, adjoining ohristeueen'B livery baya. REMEMBER I am still in the Ice Business. Pi-Ices as low a§ anybQdy's. Good, service or m pay, Peter :Wiakel <if*riit.i«if ii Si ..-,.jj.i.-'.m.i 8: the New the fiolflgs In Pass ....BiOiam Mixed ItlUpin Mixed .... ....8:00pm THE LOCAL MELD, The ciecus comes Monday, Don't fall to see Si Perkins Saturday Alex, White is adding to his home this week. This evening Company F elects a captain and two lieutenants. Miss Kate Smith has music classes at Ledyard, Bancroft and Burt, Hari'y Dodge was arrested last night for fast driving 1 on the streets. Frank McCall was called from Nevada Sunday by his fathers's death. An 11 pound boy at ,Ed. Mantor's home made Monday a memorable day. The band concert will be given Saturday evening, wind and weather willing. Between plenty of rain and a hot sun all growing things are making amazing progress. J.'.W. Hay's sister is visiting him. A brother came up but has returned to Iowa Falls. Bancroft is to have a big Fourth of July celebration and invites Algona to be present. Peter Johnson is reroofing, enlarging, and painting his home in the west part of town. The first excursion to Clear Lake comes next week Friday, round trip from Algona $1.15. J..O. Faxon and D. A. Wallace are called to Fort Dodge June 11 as jurors in federal the court. Henry Hendrickspn, who has been in the asylum at Independence, has been sent back to his home. Frank Hedriok's Sexton home will be much like J. D. Shadle's house in Al- gomv, a very attractive design. The district Christian Endeavor meeting comes at Clarion, June 16-17. A big dolegiilion will go from Algona. B. F. Smith cnme down from Gormania Monday. He says an Eldora firm is putting a big new store in Germania. C. F. Higley of Bancroft is off to Sioux City and Des Moines with his running horses, Jack Diver and Oklahoma Sal. The marriage of . Robt. •' Pompe in Fen ton Monday was a big social event. He is a son of Frank Pompe and married Miss Kressin. Judge Quarton 's house has anew dining room. Mr. Jordan has put a porch on his home. The butter tub factory is being added to. Mrs. Mary Oatrum has been brought from the Independence asylum by her husband and hopes are felt that she is on the road to recovery, Cheever Hudson attended the state meeting of Congregationallsts at Davenport last week. He reports a very large and successful meeting. Bode has a matrimonial papeiy Cupid's Dart. We shall expect, to see a rushing business in marriage licenses in Humboldt and Kossuth counties. The Tennessee Jubilee singers come next Monday evening. They are always good. Everybody who enjoys good music will enjoy hearing them, Evangelist Cordner is holding meetings at Buffalo Center. He is just the man for the town. They need the shaking up be is prepared to give them. One of the De Lairs is getting a divorce from his wife at this term of court. She was ordered out of town by the mayor not long ago for disorderly conduct. Gen, Wright Issues orders this year for the Iowa National'guard to participate in memorial day exercises, Company F is ordered out by Lie«t. Foster at JO o'clock. Goldfleld has secured Samuel Mayne for memorial day orator. Mr, Mayne gave a fine address at Bancroft last year and will please his old-time Wright county mends, J, W, Robinson went to Cedar Falls Monday and returned with Mrs. Robinson and the two little ones. They were caught by the big washout and were all night in getting to Algona, H. A. Paine sold 25 oars of hay Jn Chicago a few weeks ago. The parties who bought toade him some , trpwble and he went in to the city Jas^ week, The matter was arranged satisfactorily. Seats for the SI Perkins performance Saturday night are now on gale at Btngley's, Prices for tbe drees circle are 50 cents; all of parquet and balcony, 8§ cents; general , aai»}BBipn,, 85 eents. The reported levy upon the Klrkbart* Ryan circus at Perry dW not affect it in the least and it is filling all Its dates, Jt will be in Alggna next Monday a»4 ive the beet 35 een.t ( phQW,p seen. «n ? Crowds Cothe atid Go, but ttevef Get of the Now f&autia Red Flgnre Sale. The crowd that has thronged our stOt*e since We opened 6Uf ^ftfib Fte* tins S^Lfe'* sliows hew Miordtigfaty this sale is'refidgnltfed as the* seaatftt's lead' tag bargain eveaW. ; ' We are giving values which positively stand unparalled in the history of Aigona's bargain giving, Don't hesitate. It 'a time foi' action when economy like this is knocking at your door. The strength of this Sale is, we are not reserving any high'grade suits, but all are cut to the lowest notch, making it one of the very best opportunities to get an up-to-date, stylish, well-made suit for a little money; You can get cheap suits at any time, as most dealers try to see how cheap they can sell, forgetting that the customer after wearing the suit a few days feels disgusted with it and the house he got it from. Remember this sale will last until Saturday night. You will be more than satisfied with, our prices. If you come a long distance you may key up your expectation a notch higher without fear of disappointment. The values are so far ahead of anything you ever saw; the goods themselves so per 1 feet, so stylish, so thoroughly up to date, that, much as we have promised, you will find more when you get here. The Red Figure Sale!' DURBALt, & CO. AMONG THE ADVEBTISEBS. Hogs bring $2.70 today in Algona. All the grocers deliver oil in their own cans at your door: Visit the Wlg_wam carriage display Saturday while in town. Jas. Patterson advertises a special tea sale for Saturday and Monday. Frank Parish has added a handsome tandem bicycle, to his livery. It is in great demand. The Kraft company's second big suit sale Saturday was » boomer. The store was crowded all day. The Kraft company have-' put fn a fine line of gentleman's tan shoes, latest styles and lowest prices. It is hard to drive a stylish team without a good whip, and P. L. STagle has put in a big assortment of the- very best. Dr. Benne of Burt is off taking a post graduate medical course and Dr. Kennefick goes up three times a week to attend to his cases. Mrs. Nannie Setchell went to- Burt last Thursday to invoice a millinery stock for Miss Clara Mathews, who is soon to open a store there. The best equipped repair shop for bicycles and guns is Frank Parish's. He has an entire new outfit of tools of latest make and is an expert workman. C; D. Pettibohe has been putting up grave stones in five counties the past week from O'Brien on the west to Butler on the east.- He is having all be can attend to. The editor drove into Eagle Lake township last Thursday. On the way back 'he met a wagon;25 miles from Algona with a lot of goods tied up with Jas, Taylor's wrapping paper. The Gerraania creamery engine sprung a leak last week and Manager Morck sent to Algona for help. The Algona foundry is a big advantage to this section and MulHoa & Ohnstedt are experts in their line. Chubb Bros, shipped four car loads of fat cattle to Chicago Sunday, Coleman Chubb and Pat Kain going in with them. Several shipped hogs with the train. The prices are very poor, but it was a fine lot of stock. The attraction June 13 will be the x'iding of a 24-pound American bicycle by Baby Bliss, who weighs 502 pounds, He is making a tour for the manufacturers and will visit at the Wig warn, which bandies these wheels. Don't miss seeing him, ride. C, L, Lund and W. Li Joslyn drove to Armstrong lately, Coming back they were to count the quarter sections they saw that were unpultivated, They did not find one that was not partially subdued. . The uncultivated land in Kossuth is getting very scarce, Durdall has bad r*d figure sales before but never a sale that has drawn such attention as the present, He is m.{irking prices iu plain figures that sell cloth ing. He is having a big trade and is drawing it from a big distance, Clothing never sold so cheap in Jowa, and no better selection can be found in many cities than in 86iSfe»atei*>aEbfe»«Ci!^3^^ . „ tug old «mnffifes sMd at fewest «n it Mid said, tfefles' ticket* ttf of •MCW&u vu«? V*M «/vriU*u*«7B O%'»*-* c*v AVTTOaw AC*WD( WM, M, iNQttAM, fftftiifeBtt I. B. JO^Jte, Vice JVMAoflKJ2*% frfaehftMi rf6hfi §< gfeite, J, » t , i WadBWor arnet De^me. t' LEWIS ft SBff *. daflM&iitti, tetis M. Btaltt, Jerre. C,a,)lah,ftn, fop jgQ long b,p£3 fif Milwaukee section m@n; j fi J,Q W $ of Qm^ba wm'o, m a mostb ftoffi|Mte%b^i .to-/Mh WP£$L$ ««U^tojM»» 4 ««» < »lto. Wt tUf '—5vffi(«teB*Mp* : *4wo'-*t ?r|l8l^yW«5W ! ] $$ ?te -PUI ayi June J I will give six plated silver spoons with a box pf toilet soap» all for 85 cents at ' |B it, 'g , quick if ypjj want QV Co. HppsB to. r,eaK 40 , JALL „ .„..>.,... .tt , INS...., ........ ,Vl6t PtcBidSlitlC, D. S 160,000 H. .AiSt, DiH, bifectots-fi. H, MflteMho, §. A. tfeifgusofc., Philip DdtWellai-, F, &. Vesfee*, AfnbWSe A, , a. ajpeneef, Win, K. Motley fctaaye oh hftfod to loaa M f etedtmble fates to parties fnwUslilag flrst-otass sectirtty, Speoiftl ftttetrtiofl glfrea to t!OllectionB. , . . A. D. Clarke, Prealdetit, 0. 0. Chubb, Vice Pfest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galtiraith, Fred. M, Miller. Myron Schenclc, Thos. F. Cooke. CAPITA!, 150,000. General Banking. SAFETY SBPOSII on time deposits. GKE30. CL Six per cent Merest OD Tie for money Iqft three months or more. Money always on hand to loan on first mortgages, second mortgages, and good collaterals. -Notes bought. ALGONA,. IOWA. The AlRona Deposit & Loan Assn. wm GUARANTEE Call at offices for particulars. Offices over Algona'Sttite Bank PER GENT.. OO&* ALGONA, The greatest one-ring show on earth. Gonstantly improving in every way that experience-can.suggest- KIRKHART & RYAN'S A marked and signal advance in the world's amusement annals-,, creating a new era in canvas entertainment. Presents in consolidation an avalanche of star attractions which it is well for rivals- to stand from under. A GRAND GALAXY of Star Performers, culled from the leading shows of both hemispheres. 100 PEOPLE-25 MUSICIANS Ten Aerial Acts, Forty Sensational Features. The Finest Ciitcus Band in America. The SOth Century Wonder! The laws of gravity defied. The highest salaried performers, that ever appeared under a tent. Samuel Burt, {he man on the ladder ; a wonderful performance on an unsupported ladder—must be seen to be believed. Thrilling and sensational flights through Baid-air, Weird and wonderful contortion acts, bewildering and death-defying high dives, and a host of exclusive features to be- seen only with this show, No fakirs or gamblers ever allowed to follow this show. Two Performances Daily! Parade at 12:30! IPre© Tiolsete for "SToia. A.11! The following leading merchants of Algona have purchased a limited number of tickets to the show which they propose to give away, free, to their customers, Call and get yours of, KRAFT CLOTHING-CO,, Algona, clothing. PATTERSON & SON, Algona, grocers. A, H, DORWEILER, Whittemore, general merchandise, DR. L. A. SHEETZ, Algona, drugs. - . wants to gee you for anything in the line of He has opened a. shop on the south side pf the »n4 is prepared to $p Plumbing; Iron Roofing! etc,, Uo repairing of all kinds. H»s the double Bt thing i» this toe, »ava«tee |anie flrtt-olftss swvlM> as ever, a»| HOUSE PAINTING AND DADCD UAUOlun •, 1 \ rnrCn. nnJiMiNb 'I flevpte spepiftl at , G, BOWYER; Good Painting yroyk clone during that tiroe speaks tor &$!' flifc?S 8 «»P^pre4 tcfgfvethe same flrtt-olftss service as ever, agg Haggard ESu Abstracts I»J%1 , •• ' ' ''

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