The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1896 · Page 8
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^ *>7.< ,,; ;AL00K^ IOWA, Sf> Thai Are Wise no time in getting on the band wagon, Tne same kind of wisdom is what prompts them to keep' up with the procession and Buy Madelia Flour, the kind made at Madelia, Minn,, and which positively has no superior in this market," We sell it. Our grocery stock is just as complete as it can be, James Patterson. LOCAL f I1LD, Cowles Block. HORSES We w : ant 100 good horses at once -.-no scrubs—in exchange for buggies, wagons, etc. BRADLEY & Gallat .... Farmers' -Exchange "Store. I , b sout|i of court house and investigate*the plan by which we propose to copy and enlarge a photo of any or all of our customers. See Sample of the work in our show window, In the meantime we have a few close prices to give you on groceries. Yours for trade, Anderson & Stebbins, REMEMBER I am still in the Ice Business. Prices as low as anybody's. Good service or no pay. Peter Winkel. RAILWAY TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL LOCAL TRAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at 8:55 a m No, 9 departs at : 4:01 p m Freights that carry passengers- No. 03 departs at 18:05 am No.71 departs at..... 0:33pm No. 05 departs at , 8 :SO p m ., '' • TRAINS EAST. No. 3 departs at 10:37 a m No. 4 departs at 0:33 p m Freights that carry passengers- No. 76 departs at 8:20 pm No. 04 departs at S :05 p m B. F. HEDBICK, Agent. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. South- Freight 7:10 a m Mixed Pass 8:04 am Mixed 1:12 pm Pass....'.'".' 2:49p Mixed 8:00pm"'— J North— 7:10 a m Freight 11:25 a m Mixed 10:47 p m •H. VESPER, Agent. IF you are in search of. Fine in the escape E. 0. BOWYER, now at the new stand in the Boston block, has a complete stock of . t' OPTICIAN, , $790 tW*S? ft- 66 of charge. Large line of op- v.: ttcaj goods always on hand. If-I • - / ' i * *"''."v'.' timirlng offlnt wtotes a gard & Peek, :4 j "A 3 ;- , i Millinery —the best to be had market, don't let it 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 8? MCCALL, Sportsman's Game* »^i4'®^|&v'i' The dad"? hbros Is being repainted. fhe womefi are talking ot putting up ft fountain in town, Deputy Auditd? Weaver will move tflto hia new home this Week. Mfs, tlrch, mother of the tlrch hoys east of Algona, is iH Very poof health. tjf, Ckrleid is gaining flesh afld looks like his old self, hut still has a helpless hand, Mayof Haggard says the weeds in Aigbna dught to be cut dawn. Mayor Haggard is fight. Kspoft has it that David Miller) over 1 in Cresco, lost 35 acres of small grain by the hail storm yesterday. Geo. B< Clarke, Wm. K. Ferguson, E. V. Swotting, aad R, B. Warren are among the new bicycle converts. Isaac Grove has n stalk of corn that measured six feet and nine inches June 20. How is that, Hancock countyV Mrs. S. S, Sessions slipped and sprained her ankle Thursday and is now using crutches. The injury is severe. E. H. Clarke, B. F. Crose, Geo. Bailey, and Melzar Haggard made a party for Chain Lakes Monday. They will take a week's outing, This has been a growing season. The weeds have profited by it. How would it be for everybody to get after the weeds on and about his lots. As nice a job of grading as has been done this spring is on Peter Purvis' grounds, and as nicely kept a yard as there is in Algona is Ed. Yemans'. Aaron Rutherford is in failing health. He is confined to his bed much of the time. His old friends will hope to see him begin to mend soon. Dr. Armstrong wrote to R. M. Wright last week that the shingles had broken out on his side again and that he should stay at Independence some time yet. Now is the time to trim trees and Algona has hundreds of them that need trimming. The first thing is to get a tree. The second thing is to get rid of about half of it. It don't make any difference now to Pete Christensen whether free silver or gold wins at Chicago. It is a big boy, the first in the household, and he came Saturday morning. Politics ain't in it. Miss Louise McCoy will not accept the position in the public schools to which she was chosen, but will teach in the normal school next year. Prof. Lilly is fortunate in securing her services. The Baptist Sunday school will give an ice cream social at Jos. Bright's tomorrow evening. Teams will be provided to take those desiring to go. They will be at the Baptist church at 7:30 o'clock. The John Grove Land company sent three from Algona, four from Hobart, and two from Wesley to Hinkley, Minn., to buy cheap lands, yesterday. All of these men are renters here, which explains why they are looking for lands cheaper than they can buy in Kossuth. The Episcopalian ladies netted $68 at their birthday social last Wednesday ' evening. The beautiful grounds about the Clarke home were brilliantly lighted and the band furnished delightful music while elegant refresh- ments'were served. It was an enjoyable event. . Monday an old gentleman and his boy came to Algona on their bicycles, being on their way from Janesville, Wis. They had made 90 miles and decided to complete their 100 for the day and accordingly pushed on for Whittemore. The old gentleman looked 60 years of age. The ladies reading room society met Friday and elected officers for the ensuing year. Mrs. Thos. F. Cooke was chosen -president; Mrs. Hamilton, treasurer; Mrs. Platt, secretary. This was the last regular meeting for the summer and the society will .not meet again until fall, A crowd of young men at Bancroft last Friday night made night hideous about the Byrnes hotel and as a result J. J. Kelley, our Jim, and Amos Kinney were arrested, Monday 'Squire Raymond prosecuted in 'Squire Austin's court and they were fined $10 and costs each. They were convicted of unlawful assemblage, Effort will be made to get up a lecture course, to begin sometime in October, Will consist of at least six lectures by the best talent that can be secured for the money, A canvass pf the town will be made inside of a week to see what can be done, and the success of the enterprise will depend on the liberality of the people, The Pomeroy family will be at the Baptist church next Tuesday evening. They are on their fifth annual tour and are meeting with enthusiastic receptions, The charge here will be 25 and 15 cents. The family give songs, recitations, etc., and are quite remarkable in their line, the children carrying four parts -and singing without accompaniment. The hids fpr building tbe new school bouse were opened last night, There were seven in, J, M. Cowan, » Minne apolls firm and a Garner flwo being very near together- at about $7,OQO .The hoard took no action hut met again this morning at 9 o'clock, The cost ig a little above what they had planned on, Tbe architect ie from Pes Mpipeg, WUl Purvis bp roade a fine m bis Obieagp, art work, B;e was. one at projQ gr&4M#t$ wtth honors, bas, ten il "'wa,U8 of $he apt insti- &&m^*:M&'mmm & tiaft: First twtfld, & W. wottb«tf. H, Vespef, A,.A, EfttBsott* Gat-dner Cowles, Henff Mftsofl? Serfofld ward, A. D. Clftfke, S> S«J(jfif|» 0, M. Bo*see, M. Stftw, B. W. JB TWfd wafd, t». L. Slatfld, ft jb. , M. F> Mandall; Fdtirth waf-cU B. F, Cfose, F. D. Calkins, D, A, Haggard, D, S. Hutohitts, E. V. Sweltlfig The temperance address by Father Cleary last evening was clear, logical and forcible. He is a big inan and oti an old topic Said tniich that if net new, appeared in a new tight The opefla house was well filled, the band played Miss Wartman rendered an uftistic vocal solo, atid Mrs. Oalldns presided and very pleasantly introduced the speaker* Revs, Sinclair, Southwell, andLandls occupied the platform* Ed* Markgref of Letts Creek was in yesterday to invoke the law,- On the way home from church Sunday night Ben and John Vigdal and Emil Frohman had set,upon him and as a result one side of his face was very touch oul of proportion. He wanted a warrant for the trio arid 'Squire Taylor sent oul for them. It seems Ed.*s brother had bad trouble with the Vigdals and they decided to take it out of Ed. The law will now take it out of them, A firm of long standing will he dissolved July 1, that of A, D. Clarice & Co. At that date Thos. F. Cooke, who has been with Mr. Clarke eleven years, will withdraw. His plans are not fixed except that he will spend a few weeks at his Okoboji cottage and then decide on what he will do. He has big interests in Kossuth county lands, be sides stock in several banlcs, and his presidency of the Deposit & Loan, and will probably open an office in Algona. Mr. Clarke will continue at the present stand. Divine services at the Episcopal church at 11 a. m. and 8 p. -m. At the morning service Rev. Miller will speak on the "Authenticity, Contents, and Difficulties of the Book of Daniel." A feature of the evening services during the summer will bo a series of short lectures in Moral Philosophy, beginning with "Individual Right: Man's Duty Towards God." All are cordially invited. At the young- people's meeting at 7 p. m. the topic will be: "Right and Wrong Ideas of the Benefits of Church Membership." The republican county convention to name delegates to the state, congressional and judicial conventions will be held Friday. In state matters a strong effort is being made to get a delegation favorable to Judge Weaver for the supreme bench. In congressional matters a solid Dolliver delegation is agreed to by everybody. In judicial matters both Judge Thomas and Representative Cornwall will have support. There will be no contest made by the friends of any of the candidates and whatever result is reached will be satisfactory to all. Henry' Sifert, whose funeral was held last Wednesday, was born in York, Penn., Dec. 15, 1818. His father Jied when he was but four years old, leaving a family of five children. Mr. Sifert enlisted in the Seminole war in 1837 and served three years. He was honorably discharged at Fort Crawford, now Prairie du Chien. He then entered a 240 acre farm in Crawford county, Wis., where he lived with his mother until he married in 1852. In the early 70's ho came to Kossuth county. He was the father of 13 children, all but one now living, and is remembered by them as a kind and indulgent parent. The family and friends unite in thanking all who assisted them -in his last illness. DR. NICHOLS will again test eyes free in Algona, soon. Mra. "VVm. Cloary Is now raady to give the ladies any kind of baths. Also massage and other hygienic treatment. Can furnish board and room to those who wish. , 0 Address Mrs. Wm. Cleary, box 645, Algona, Iowa.—14t3 WE are after your crockery trade, Come and see if we aren't, M. Z, Grove & Son. WE have $2,000 to place on a first mortgage loan. 13 JOHN GROVE LAND Co, USE Red Star lubricating oil and axle grease—strictly first class, C, M, DOXSEE, Hardware, WE have some bargains in 'water sets, glassware, and crockery that will make you want to buy of Grove & Son. Money to on improved farms. Lands and Town Property bought and sold on commission. E. C. MOUNT & SON. Opera House Block, Algona, Iowa, HOUSE to rent, Inquire of 10 Louis WHEN you see the name "Burns" it makes you think pf double-beaded gut' ters and eave spouting, the best on the market, He sells and puts it up, and his prices are right, SHOE dressing, the best makes in the market, fpr all kinds of shoes, Wo keep it. GEO. L, GAI^BRAITH & Co. Snort»boyn Bulls for Sale, I have twpypungtbprpugbbredehort- hprn bulls, O f milking strain, fpr sale, UWt O,B, ~ MONSOON tea is perfection pf India teas, •Sol4bykangdQp^ IP your piston} is Rpt full pf ra|B w^tep it is pecaujs ypjj £Jd. B Q| see Burns and have hip put; up spmg pf fc^ f1f\n tnlA-t\s**\r1nfl mi + tnug f/\v| VA11 TlA 4f e9ffl.es. Grand Clearin • • • * • Spring and Summer Clothing. Commencing today .and continuing until everything is cleaned up, The greatest bargain giver ever yet attempted by us or any clothing concern in northern Iowa, We'no longed took for profits, Many things will go away below cost, We have enjoyed a big trade since we came here, and in order to show you our appreciation will quote you such prices on the balance of our summer stuff as were never heard of before. Everything must go in order to make room for an immense stock of fall and winter clothing, ' We are determined to have no old clothes accumulating on our tables, and propose to take no chances in cleaning up, as the following ridiculously low prices show. Men's $9.00 Suits for $3.95 We have only a few. broken sizes in the above, but they will go at $3.95 until closed out. Look over the following prices on Men's, Boys, 1 and Children's Suits. They are record breakers. STJZTS. Our $5.00 Union Suits, . . . $2.95 Our $7 to $9.75 all-wool Suits, 4.98 Our $11.00 Suits, . . . . . . 6.98 Our $12.00 to $14.00 Suits, . 8.95 Boys' $6.90 all-wool Suits, . . 3.48 Everything in the boys' line will go at rock bottom prices. Cost of goods will not be considered. They must be sold. Children's $3 Suits, all wool, at 99c In the children's line our customers will reap a harvest. We bought a number of things at just half their actual value and we are going to give these snaps to our trade. Bear us in mind this fall when in the market for clothing. We are going to have one of the largest and best selected stocks ever shown in Algona. The prices we will make will be a pleasant surprise "to you. Make it a point to see us. KRfVFT CLOTHING GO. • >• -C...' ... COWLES' BLOCK, ALGONA, IOWA. WATER OR NO PAY. Artesian well contractor. I have the only cable steam drilling machine owned in the county; sink wells for water supply for towns, cities, and railroads. Special attention to farm well work. Estimates made. I em- B loy only expert drillers. Address A. F alley, Algona, Iowa. If you want them to , do well. Nothing contributes to the well-being of a good horse so much as to hare him clipped—get that long hair off and give him a chance to thrive, BEOWN & HUNTER at Brown's livery barn are doing this work with a new power clipper that will make a horse look as if he grew that way PROFESSIONAL. •*"^W>--i •^^-*--X-^^-^-X rf -S^> - ^Srf-N. 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 Oowles' new building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-Ferguson block. LEGAL. -**s**s**r*+s*^~*^> SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of a special execution, to me directed by the clerk of the district of Kossuth county, Iowa, against the goods, chattels, lands, tenements, etc., 01 Milton B. Walters and Olara H. Walters, defendants, in favor of Kossuth County State bank, plaintift, I will offer at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the door of the court house in the town of Algona county of Kossuth, Iowa, on the 18th day o; July, 1800, between the hours of 9 a. m, and 4p. m,, on said day, all of said Milton B. Walters and Clara H, Walters' right, title, and interest in and to the following aescrjbed real estate, situated in Kossuth county, to-wlt; Lot No. Five in block No. Seventy, as shown by the recorded plat of the town of Algona. Sale to commence at tbe hour of Z o'olocl m,, of palddfty. Witness iny hand this J5tU day of June. I80f}< ** ^-v °- °- SAMSON" Sheriff Kossuth County, Iowa. TAX SALi NQTIGE, To B. S. Ervin and Math, Blchardson; You are hereby notified that on the 5th day of pe- cember, 1888, the following described reftl es- state, situated *« the counly of Kossuth and state of Iowa : The undivided one-seventh of the north half of the southwest quarter of Sec**°SP; I**' » n Township NP. - Ninety-seven ??^5 <OWBe No. Twenty-seyen west of the 5thP,M«v?assoldby the' treasurer ofsaid county to. A, p, o »rk.e, who la now tbe iWful 3* PW?}»we thereof! tW .Will expire and a nless redemption . Tp G( J 1 . Bft»4aU asfl W. J. Shore: You are ereby noHflhftfTO tfte Btb (S»y Of Beoem. 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. 0. HAYMOND, ERNES? C. RAYMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. L. K. GARFJEJLD, M. D,, PSIISICIAN AND SURGEON. Office, State st., one door east of Qorclingley. Residence, McGregor si, east ol the public school building. * F, L, TRIPON, M, D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND 8VRQEON, Office and residence in the Boston Block, (In the new block.) C, MeQQY, M, p., Besiaence, McGregor street. Office with Pr. Garfleld. WWfW^PTW VMMMJJIPM PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Bftnk., AJgQnn, Ofi, PRESTON, hhiRNiii-iit.niiit

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