The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1897 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 21, 1897
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lt9 Court to r\ rirtrh-IjuVei'ne school fund «has passed another stage •versy bas pas^ (tudge Quartotl it he a ward of the arbitrators ThowCorwith will .BoJP^WS" 8 afid n ° w rrthe arbitrators* Geo. W. Han- coUi <Lt9 Thompson of Hancock and ait, SUP*Si t. U fch, gave Corwith $200. Bfie d ° f Ka ° has been a curious one, It •&?Wft3S"5» S^ffatptffi'i^ne notices of ei^ _ tj , M rttlfil ni^ht and torn . and even >o 01 ! b *irtot WM organized. Judge en t district wa B me C( , ui , t u *• pecttve tourists to the coast on the excursion given the Christian Endeavor national meeting in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Smith, Mr. and- Mrs. Jas. Patterson^ and others talk of going. The round trip ticket costs but 849, The excursion train goes June 30. THE LOCAL FIELD, The attendance on the Baptist missionary meetings last week was" hot very large, but the addresses were all excellent. Dr. Stetson Thursday af- Waists and Skirts. Ladies' Wrappers. en Carr upheld w U an g d • as late axes on the disput- been going to the . J? H 1 i« haiTasreed to abide by P erne but this i« haiasree de- P n n as to LuVerne, but this agree- -cision as to IAI v ^ separate set- r nt TftxedS which two sections HTnS were given back. When the of land wei e giv ith Lu . timecarae to flnauy aa3 .^ dig . Verne some $1,900 uaag & ^^ P ute ' KUnnMonand it was agreed to, excellent. Dr. Stetson Thursday ai- ternoon, Dr. Chaffee and Rev. Parsons Thursday evening were well worth hearing. A number of clergymen from neighboring churches were present. Rev, Lahdls presided over the meetings with his accustomed success. When Chas, L. Hager failed at Sexton the assignee sold his real estate subject to the approval of the court, and now the creditors say it was sold at too low a price. The matter will be heard by Judge Quarton Saturday, and sealed bids for the property will be filed. If they are higher than the original sale price, the sale will not be approved, and some new deeds will be made out. The Bonheur Bros., who have been wintering their show in the old Grove barn south of the Tennant house, will start out on the road the last of next month. They have their company all engaged and expect to open in Algona and then go east or north. One of the three brothers has been very sick in Algona all winter. Otherwise they would have been traveling with astere- optlcon show. The Morris, Minn., Tribune says: Considerable farming land has been ..i .!„«'ic* fVin naat. wnnk in tills A full and complete line of Ladies' Waists and Skirts at prices to suit everybody. Don't fail to see them before you buy* Our lines of Wrapp6f»ir' Muslin Underwear, Hosiery, Handkerchief, Laces, Embroideries, Ki'd" Gloves, Bicycle Gloves, are complete. Uonsicieraoie uu-miug ia"" "•-- ---changing hands the past week in tills vicinity. The John Grove Land company sold 1,160 acres; 640 acres near Benson to A. F. Allen of Winnebago City, Minn.. 160 acres in the town of Scott to Ole Johnson, 360 acres in the town of Peppertoii to Henry Hoyer. All these parties will take possession this spring and immediately commence improvements. All who heard the Hey wood company in Algona two years ago will need no urging to go again. This ^ime Alba 1 Hevwood. a second Sol Smith Russel, S wUh them. They have the same lady violinist and an excellent program _« £„„:„„! n r, 0 p.lfi.Hia9. Those who did . — CAPES. Ladies' Capes and Children's Jackets CLOTHING. Suits for Men and Boys. 200 Men's Suits worth *?-8-9, for $ 6.75 ""^ _ _ . ,-, «, .il. An rt~t-T T , Wl- I ft court to entitled to that. lady vionniss auu. uu <=~^; •---=-,., of musical specialties. Those who did not hear the company before silould inquire of those who did. It was the best all around musical entertainment Algona has had. A scale of moderate prices has been fixed. It is rumored that the marriage of S E. McMahon and Miss Nannie Fraziei will occur early in May, thus uniting Twoof Algona's best known and most in the very latest novelties. See them. Men's Suits worth $9-10-11 > 200 Men's Suits worth $12-13-14. and 15, for •••• 100 Boys' Suits worth M-5' 6 . for 100 Boys' Suits worth $7-8-9, for 100 Child's Suits worth $5-4-5- 6 100 Child's Suits worth $2.252.50-2.75, for All Odd Pants at cost. 9.75 11.75 4.75 6.75 3.75 S.OO KOHft BROTHERS. CHICAGO. "HONOR BRIGHT" CLOTHING. Jno. Goeders. .o. mm 29, 30, and May 1. Ey & PuGH . from JR. Laird's and is having it fitted up for their future home. He is Sne of the rising .young lawyers of LJ_Ult»u*J > stable. was could EXPOSING THE_GEEEN GOODS PAKE -n-rtitor Laldloy and CUas. W. Sar- Ed cl\ett of Bancroft T.oad On aBo B u« Money Swindler. W F Laidloy and Chas. Sarchett of recently went iu together and oriue IB uiic wi j-""" - -—-- and their marriage will be event of the season. n. and WHAT you have been asking for at Grove & Son's today^ Geo. Hoflus died at the home , of irc theMormansinUtab. You will want CANNED goods, all sorts and prices, at Grove & Son's, j __ LOOK over our large line oi capes and jackets before you buy. We have some big T.IS A Tyler, uncle of Mrs. James again afd I/as another family. V>ut^ he goes on just thesama esav o a . e fnSctions" and a or the correct things in shirt waist sets and leather bat & ^^ FOB time loans or L real estate at Kossuth County State Bank. Brownell sells a fine SI 50 horse, He may buy 'THE APVEBTI8EB8. ladies shoe for O II.w . ^ ^ r ^K«»riM\'?H'^.ite a^irr^K.^K™-- excepting Mrs. McCall. — rse, e for the new firm. _ ... go on the road again' Algona now to. a « »«*,,£ Ji ^SHsf^»'3 if ail Hifrns do not fall. Implements. CALL on Grove & Son today. MONEVto loan on ^^^ W& farms. Thos. F. Cooke.-oiijani CABBAGE, rutabagas, and onions at Grove & Son's. sale or rent: Six hundredland length, which show, that the green goods men are "on to their job." PERSONAL^ MOVEMENTS. D. S. Ford was a Charles City visitor last week. Arthur McCoy was down from Minneapolis for a visit over Sunday with his uncle, the doctor. Mrs. Ambrose A. Call and Mrs. Win. K Ferguson made a two days trip to Chicago last week. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Spear are home from their eastern trip. Mr ;. s ??* lt sayTbusiness is lively there, and that everything is looking up. Mrs A. L. Peterson has been at 'i .1 Before you do coal. We have Blue Grass, White Clover, Medium Red Clover, Alfalfa, and Alsyke .Clover, and We want to sell them. See our seeds betore you buy. won sale or rent: x u 819 Fayette St., Peorla. IU.-*t* cents up. supporter LEATHER belts fromJ25 We give a beautiful shirt with every belt, DINGLEY & PTJGH . A OHANOE POB weeks ago anu YV«B»** *»i ~ a hie business with it. Sc\uVwatevhous^ent e a second lot had t?e kerosene n. poured the oil the l ner Cowies last WBW w c^penter comes into possession ot. *^ t ^ O j" THE UPPER PBS MOWSS offtce. Bradley &Nico«Un are pusWng the buggy business this spang?, * o{ ^ coulin is on the roaa w ^"iVontHiee and ° n thto B towards the top water settled to the can anything o 0 ^ gravitated something like ^ Wi ^ ^ get gtana _ 'e?S?nt° father', terests. . , Mrs. J. A. Brownell started yesterday for her old home in Petoski, Mich., where she will visit some weeks. Mr. Brownell went with her as far as Garner and made a business visit. F. L. Williams, secretary of the Yeoman, returned from Cedar Rabids for a few days last week. He is now ully Zted y there and finds the outlook for the new society good. Hardy Buell will remain with the society., Tne Quaker BatU Oablnet. Something new, novel, and.benefi- cial Cures rheumatism, colds etc,, and prevents disease. Best thing on Isvvr^fs^n^ii Leuette W. Butler, Administrator J. J. Wilson estate. A Jack Knife is A- Small Thing, Vet who c»n do wi*ou t one r Ever, man, every professional roan, ana eVAi.^ ne ^ ^ . fqr . use for one every day of 1^ h ^^"'nation In order that everyone ever, but a poor one u^an iibommanon. American made, fcSSMW^-^ have decided to pteoe on sale "good, heavy, two-bladed kmfe for THE best place in town to get canned goods is at Grove & Son's. __ A FORETASTE of spring today at Only 3Q Cents. bargains in corn planteis. Goedere has his big spring ^ QQBDea and . w»W°|? O l he blS week. He has ^9 toie n« 3too with to go 3SSiHsts2 «rrSS te «« no , oh l nc ?h« exercise of a little inge- night, by t»® j^uiJi chain, broke open nuity>hesupp*"**i__ e fl on the hand- tvypdoorsi anttenwnBo». . , = U Q W«»elft w n»*S It is knife that you canno ^ ^5«g=3B» ^ - - ?! SuaSFknlfe*"Sr^LSSpric.willj as «tillM, y monly,. •What too w«oh i **. rffiKei»»^ ^ «ffi tiff!! W ^ »»1 waeftbo»twtreew*?*vv d O. M. ,iA ^ » T There are 9 Aw**v** v ^ r «• B?»uvaU« W|f, «£ftj$£flS pS^ag aofl ^^S* "-*™-«*x~- ldjaids§e|fyi?rft *TJ!P«?.^wSs-»*-'»««»' , lt , L , i^nimr- 1 J|(Br^Mi^P|R<PWM^p| W* ^

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