The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 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 28, 1897
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" ' m$ motH!& — ttftttt. i been 6 new j{ the d the — ' '—~ The lowest bidder has teased to go ahead and has forfeited his contract and a new letting will be made M&y 12. Mr. Cowan will bid again and go to Forest City at that titne. Geo. L. Carroll of tfhlott township Is (Sredited with a barn 100 by 70 feet, 20- foot posts, this Spring. Jos. Thompson will build one about as large on the Slack Cat. t). &. Hutchins has le.t the contract for a new hodse west 'of rsent PUNTER F.V») }J* 13.; JOLUlJUUluo u»a i;ou wi»\3 v,v**w»~~-i flff for a new hodse west ot his present YVtt r,^ home. He Will build to rent, but will tftt ~.L tnattufadtUf ers bf the «,if. im n. h*At house with water and jltt me HIAHU 11UU-IG* JLJLO VTA LI. UM11W - — . -— -, put up a neat house with water modern conveniences. FtrRNiSHED room torenttotwt)young I men. MRS. J. F. LAOY. ElGfltEEfct karat rings that are 18 karat, not 14 karat rings made up by | some jobber'and stamped 18 karat. 6 DiNGLEY & PtiGtt. FOR rheumatism drink CoWax eral water.—6t2 A. HtJLBi L_J.- — -~ ~ 1——-^——.^..^miM | CANNED goods, all sorts and prices, at Grove & Son's. WE have all kinds of rubber foot- ...._ll-* .«nn1 Vl/1/lt. ntfai*a. ntlft fi.fiU. have made rotary drop corn planters for the past twenty years, atid in no year during that period has the combined^ product of any t\vo other factories reached the annual product of the At Wesley. WE have all kinds 01 ruooer iuuu- ,»•• v,. >— , n many improvements in , arctics, wool hoot overs, fine and TO> rrs lnB r!s r &:» b &^^'.v u DEERE. LUof-..* I »•!» nf hu n be Z. 8. Barrett's new of about $1,500, the 0 aboufc the same To the fatmef the fcaefi v PLANTERS at esoweliafidfaV6fablykfto^ that the name "Deere'' on 4 planter is sufficient evidence bf their accuracy in work and d<*» .rect mechanical cottrtfUCticm, I Representing the largest corn planter factory in the world, I am prepared to iurmsh you the best and latest in PLANTERS. THE Melrose ice cream spoons are] the proper thing. <"!«.11 and see them. JfB nbel provements. _ -At Burt. mlneml - township farms. __ At Bancroft. DEATH OP MRS. HOLLENBAOH. SupervlBor Hollenbnch's Mother is Dead-Mrs, tryon's Mother Also. WESLEY, April 26.-Wo ^o called on this week to note the death of Mrs. Hollenbach, mother of H. C. Hollen- bachi xvhlcn occurred Satui^ay morn- inff at 7 o'clock. Grandma Hollenbach has been making her home here with her son for the past eight years and was highly esteemed by all who knew her For the past year she has been confined to her room more or less with "Nations of diseases. She had at- that ripe old age of 78 years Manufactured by Deere & MatlSUt Co., Molina, Illinois. r,11 a nrl see the Deere Planter at Prices will interest you and save you money. Call and see tl The Wigwam,! Wilfrid P. Jones. _ -w-» T 1 T 1 ™* *T^ I . ALGONA AND BURT. frame. W. At Corwltlit son will erect a brlcl ; store e high and 25 by TOJeet. Bulldlns Notes. R B Warren is adding a kitchen to Seeding is wen a l0 n g in this vicinity considering the condition of the ground Tbere will he a large acreage of oats nnfl harlev sown this spring. Arbor dav was not observed here by PI MV Palme'roE Britt has leased the £J, A*« tl *..rt*v» ( THE LOCAL FIELD. We suggest thatjthe tg*e«at the . ... ^« rf\ PRTilnfiT* toUiU*-**- v»m,y T . . iui^ww***tsi - . ^^ nil seemed jv i***.* - fc '^**»ia -— S™ «nd the urgent pressure upon ' YOU will want Iv/W VV **•* loss will add to his house new home may P • Wesley and was well and Before you do coal. _ 30 foot co near the Catholic church W J .Crammond has a 14 by barn going up on his lots. Chubb Bros, are rebuilding the old house north of their home. . _ j.D.ShadlehasbeRun work onhis new house west of C. E. Heise a. • . aboutsoclooic we wag an . ad street, , , T TheMcGetchie home, east of K. Ferguson's, is likely to get an dition this spring. , , ' „ «fl E. V. "Swotting was slated for an ad aitiontohishome.buthe says there port is unfounded. P C. M. Doxsee has been .having some partitions taken out of bis bouse, ana other changes made, Geo. Ashelford is putting up a j wind mill and building a feed house ou» south of the Lund farm. tbl» trait (i Ul D", atwiJ * *— body a fine home. mad, ^t we expec and borrow sS next r. w. to .pSfpSi.*"^"""'""" 014 *%?££**•*<&££?£ ss.«"KrcSnSS - O. Chubb planned to so to St. and H. J. Bessiguie will build a big of his present He .krt supporter, com north. . . TTflrdv Buell expects to join her on. & business trip. ' We want to sell them. See our seeds betore you buy. Lenette W. Butler, Administrator J. J. Wilson estate. A Jack Knife is Small Thing, Catholic church, where the. The new school house in where the fire occurred a few•_-. ago, is in process of erection, w w 22 Lan S8< Kuhn'8 house, towards the Northwestern depot, wu! ^e to square, two stories. H-f v\ • • same ewe, wr|&K=7; .^aasaras.JW^ |; as »» .M. Cowan bas beeu bidding at Forest City, to cost about Thos. was I nOS. J3. . I-«B"V«*" ••— - __4. Run- Yet who can do wi man, every P^ fess , lonalf S' use for one every day - of th ^ ever, but. a poor one is an A good knie s In order that everyone kni f e — American Only ,39Cents AYLQES pros and ->a cannot hope ,„ TJkY Cor with ana LuVevne, but no Sung wbatvviU yet devejope. . i-i _— <*\ Innfil t)C will It is knife that you rinniicate for less than 60 Qents dupUcate^or £ tlu Children's Jackets, . Ladies' Suits, Ladies' Skirts, Ladies' Capes, Millinery- teWSfff-SR interested in. «•» >•» .v'r i s a par t,y - CwUBB, Mr- JOB v" *? " Sji.n'. . w niarke appears ior n»w« K>l^w,fefiSSi. l °T« O. M. tSillPep "** !»*»*«;-' - »Se?S«SSl

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