The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1897 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 21, 1897
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CAR LOAD «» * OF, 1 1 MS MOIKJE8J ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, APtttL 21, 189T, We have just received another THAT FAMOUS You know what it is, None better ever sold in Algona, James Patterson. AT THE CASH GROCERY. SOUTH OF COURT HOUSE. Package Coffee Lyon ' Arbuckles . ™ xxxx, 05 iSa cents per pound Oat meal, 10 pounds for 250. Two bars Laundry Soap for 5c. Lye, 7c per can. Yeast foam,- 30 a pkg. Best canned tomatoes, 8c per can. Canned corn, 4 cans for 250. We have another lot. of .those xoc California canned goods to sell you. You can save $$$$$ on groceries by trading with us J. C ANDERSON & CO. PROFESSIONAL. "*"* "**^*~ f **r***i~^r~*^~ v r+^-^^ I r+ v r^r***r^. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E, H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Cowies' new building. RAILWAY TIME CARDS. ' ~~~ - -~~ ------ -~-~~~^-^ CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. M. , , LOCAL TRAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at ............. " «T,5n. No. 3 departs at ........ . ........... I-ni S w2T r o J, g L lts that carr y Passengers- " P No. 03 departs at. ..... ..... „ . 12 ' No. 71 departs at ......... , ......... " No. 05 departs at ........ TIIA1NSEAST. No. 94 departs at • : P : . IsSgS B. F. HEDRICK, Agent. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. South— SULLIVAN & MeMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxie-FerRuson bl jck. 7:10 a m Mixed ... 7 :10 a m * ... F. H. VESPEH, Ageut. E. V, SWETTINQ, ATTONEY AT LA W, Algona, Iowa. J. O. HAYMOND. ERNEST O. RAYMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. THE LOCAL FIELD. Friday is Arbor day, ' FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. • F. L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. .Office and residence in the Boston Block (In the new block.) company in mu- 4. W. H. Nycum has been confined to nls room for a week by sickness. Guy Taylor has been confined to his home with quinzy some days past. The country has dried out wonderfully in a week. Dust is blowingagain. Spring is here. The lawn tennis levelled. & "^ " P *"* the erounds It is rumored that two of Algona's best known young people will be married in a few weeks. H, C, McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence, McGregor street. -I!*' teachei ' 8 ' l '°"nd table comes Wlnttemore, May 1. Supt, Reed says it will be a big one. Lawyer CurtiBB IB in Estherville on that Lund forgery case he has there. It will be tried this week. The new city well was down 235 feet yesterday morning, Plenty of water is found but it is too full of sand. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa, M, J, KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office and residence over Taylor's, n empar8 and other Masons at the Baptist church Sunday morning for Easter services, H, D. SPENCE/R, M, D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sexton, Iowa. E. S, GLASIER, p. p. S,, SURGEON DENTIST, Oftce over the State Bank. Algpna, Iowa. DENTIST. 4, L, %I8T, D. D, S. ItwaA anaesthetic 1 01 deadening palo J guniB when extracting teem r;'. l8 ' b »vlng the Johnson property thoroughly overhauled, will paint, paper, etc,, and soon move in. The Polloway outfit were sentenced a ry and Samson took them down Thurs- The mercury dropped 42 degrees from Sunday morning to 'Monday morn ng. onf f 4 W9S 69 ftb ° Ve ft - "Montay Prof. Carroll has several schools in view for «e*t year. He was away last week visiting one town which wants a Hundred Invitations are outfor a dancing p Friday evening to be gly en g/e Algona club. The Harp orchestra will furnish music, Geu, Wright has made his orders for the meeting at the state range at Cedar Rapids.. Col. Cooke has charge. It will be in June. s ^J^^Quarton is holding court in Estherville this week. He returns Saturday Jp flnjsh up P0 tne matters left over at th{e term, The trial pf th ? A|ex, Patterson will oase began $a Mft4l,spn, Wis., Monday - from tne sky they may be of value to us at the pearly gates. We are much obliged for the key, but shan't need it. All editors are passed in free. A little daughter at Fred. Waterhouse's this morning came hear being too late tot" this issue. We presume cigars will be cheap for the boys for a day or two. Capt. Foster has over 20 already signed for a Yeomen homestead in Algona, and M. J. Walsh has had equal success in Burt. The Yeomen are getting to the front. The coming marriage of Robt. E. Kafn and a young lady in DeKalb, 111., was called at the Catholic church Sunday morning. Mr. Kain is one of Algona's best youhg men, F. H. Vesper's description of a bull fight, and some closing remarks about Mexico will appear next week. Mr. Vesper writes about the best letters on Mexico we have seen anywhere. The jubilee singers had a big audience and pleased as usual. The corn- mod fan of the company, however, was not with them and that took away a largo part of the entertainment. The wind blew the fair ground gate open Sunday and a lot of horses A. D. Clarke has been wintering there walked out. All were caught but one. That one continued to stroll about. Evangelist Geo. L. Barker is holding meetings at the court house every evening this week, for men only. He comes under the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. and is a very effective speaker. The State Register has Maud Dixson. daughter of Algona's former school teacher, in the list of graduates of the west side high school. The subject of her oration is " The Moors in Spain." Company F will vote next week Thursday to help in selecting a colonel of the Fourth regiment to succeed Col. Foster of Sioux City. Gen. Wright has ordered the election on that day. Mrs. A. L. Seeley reports on her return from Independence, where her daughter, Mrs. Isenberger, wns taken, that she is somewhat better. Everybody will wish her a speedy recovery. C. T. Chubb has bought the house and lot east of his father's new home, formerly owned by J. B. Willey. The location is one of the finest in town, and altogether someone will have a pleasant home. Our grammarians in the county should fix their minds for a few moments on the proposal made in another column. Mathematical puzzles are common This is a grammatical puzzle wel worth attention. Young Bradley was brought up foi being drunk and will work on the streets 80 days. It was his third offense and 'Squire Clarke thought that a season of honest toil might have a reformatory influence. Algona should give the Congregational state gathering such a reception as its importance entitles it to. To entertain 300 guests is not going to be a small undertaking. Everybody will have to take hold and help. Mayor Chrischilles wrote to Senator Funk last week concerning the new laws for cities and towns, and City Solicitor Bonar to Representative Mayne. It vyas with regard to the rights of cities to tax property for water works, etc. The matrimonial club that has run five years will expire in June and half the members are still unspoken for Wo learn, however, that one member is going to give the rest a surprise at the last minute. For further information inquire at Rolla, Mo. The dates are set for the coming woman suffrage convention in Algona, May 11-12. Henrietta More of New Jersey and Mary C. C. Bradford of Colorado will be present, and Miss Hav of New York will be in charge. The meeting is one of a saries now being held in every-county in the state. The Odd Fellows have made arrangements for a special train from Forest City to the Huraboldt celebration on April 26, which leaves LuVerne after our morning train arrives there and returning 1 makes connections with our evening train, thus accommodating », , and B ancroft. Excursion ' rates will be made. The Congregationalists have begun arrangements for the reception of the big state meeting to be held here" the last of May. There will be 250 delegates to be entertained and bed and board are being arranged for. This is the annual meeting of Iowa Congregationalists and will bring some prominent speakers to Algona. SPBATT, the noted horse buyer will again be at the Brown barn Saturday, April 24, to take all horses offered Remember, next Saturday. DR. QUINN being unable to travel we nave secured th,e services of Dr E S Bugbee the opthalrnio specialist. Dr' Bugbee comes highly endorsed by the medical profession, and will be at our store April 28, 29, 80, and May 1. PlNGLEY & PUGH, JAS. A. ORB, painter and paper hanger, carriage painting, and sign Panting, Postal card orders promptly attended to.-5t2 J AS . A, OBB. Nothing but Hardware. THAT'S ( OUfc. BUSINESS—And if there is anyone in this community who thinks he cati buy better or cheaper than he can here we want him to come in and we will show him that it Can't be done. We make a specialty of the best goods to be had and the lowest prices for same quality of goods. BOSS Washing ===== Machine. This cut represents it. Call and see it at -J. W. ROBINSON'S. \\T E h 57 e the , finest carriages for the least money of any concern in A^orm r»« n »f K Bradley & Nicoulin. —^ People who know a good thing when they see it will appreciate the Fine Millinery Stock now in and being daily shown to admiring patrons by Matson 8: McCall. We can't tell you all about it in an "ad."—you must see it for yourself, We have the Latest in Everything, ARE YOU ©OIN© TO HAVE Your Horses Clipped? WE HAVE SOME VERY PRETTY Shoes for Ladies at Only $i.£o p"?™- Brownell & Allred, r ' , . . Shoes for Cash, Boston Block, Get your repairing done here. ALGONA. ——————————«»___ John Deere Plows. IF NOT, WHY NOT? fl ,n fish at Grove & Son's, of and salt Awarded Highest Honors^-World'a Fair, DR, PRESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat HEAM The best is the Cheapest. AT THE WIGWAM, Algona and Burt. •CTp-to.els.te SHELLY & PETTIBQNE, Head Stones, Monuments, AGENTS WANTED. Adt , res , The Cyclone 'S THEM Don't buy poor or light fence, (••N WMIM • General Agent for Cyclone Fengaw ine, , IQWA. B • A • | ,'"~T_^^"'" 11 " 1 " I IIIIKIHIHIImiiM NSURANGE. Also Lj^d, AwBWwas., S»/,l. " ^ fi ' _ _, , i, ^ i\* .>,*•'* * A' •>(^>i!!,\ «.'

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