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

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 5, 1897
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THE OTPEB DES MOINESi AMONA. IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAY Our Annual Red Figure Sale ,.V ! i ^«m A v 0 «rt This great sale of First-class Clothing will take place on FRIDAY and became one friend tells another-one customer makes a*oth^ ' mention here a few of the hundreds of impressive, ™?*^ Bargains which bear that true stamp of genuineness.whichL forces^"^^ pecting to get the most liberal returns you ever heard of for your money, ana your MAY 7 and 8, This sale is getting bigger and big- opportunity is fetching and is not to be overlooked, ; :i | Bargains that you can afford to come miles for, ^ memory, Fill your pocket book and come e£- •* expectations will be more than realized, Money Always Cheerfully Refunded LOt A. Men's suits, If ordinarily bought and If ordinarily sold would cost you $7.00-red figure sale $3,50 LOT B. Men's suits, If ordinarily bought and If ordinarily sold would cost you $12— red figure sale $7.00 LOT C. Boys' suits—coat, pants and vest— wol'th $o.OO — red figure sale $3.00 LOT D. Children's suits worth 81-25; red figure sale 75C Everything Always Just as Represented Arrow Brand linen collar, never sold for less than 15o. All styles. Red figure sale lOc Men's and boys 1 Hats at Cost and less during the Red Figure Sale Men's Shirts •worth 750, Red Figure Stile, 40c Meti's Underwear •worth 3Scj Bed Figure Sale 20c Men's worth 25c: Red Jtflgtutt Sale 5c NEW ENGLAND CLOTHING HOUSE. TAYLOR'S REJECTS THE SEWER OFPEE, that we sell: < M / Taylor's Cool Wave, _ Chicago Summer Waist, Case's Waist, Ferris Waist, Ferris Child's Waist, Ferris Misses' Waist, Royal Worcester Corset. American Lady Corset, • Case's Star Corset, and the Famous 191 Dress Form Corsets at 50 cents. Nothing better sold at 75 cents. Jas. Taylor. The City Council Declines to Build an Extension of tlie Sewers to the Klver-A Bicycle Ordinance. The city council met Monday evening. It authorized further work on the city well until a sufficient water supply is struck, the well being now 303 feet deep. It heard from the electric light committee, but further report will be made at the next meeting. It spent most of the time discussing accepting the private sewers on the north side of town, and extending them at city expense to the river, and by a vote of five to throe declined to do it. The sewers must now be extended by the present owners, or not used. ROUTINE REPORT. ALGONA, May 3.-The city council met pursuant to adjournment at the city hall, Mayor OhriflchiHea in the chair. Members P/f ent <,, W ^I?® per, Dingley, McMahon, Slagle, Chap- ?n,PainI,and Bayers. Absent none. Moved and seconded that the following approved bills be allowed and warrants drawn on the treasury for the A Y. McDonald & Morris Co., pipe....8 3200 D. A! Archibald, digging ditch... .• 5 00 E. Flanders, digging ditch.........• • • • A. F. Dailey, work on city well as pel OQ contractaOO feet ••• Yeas-White. Vesper, Dingley, McMahon, Paine, Slagle, Chapin,, Sayers. and one in Niobrara, Neb. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 2 o'clock at Clarke's hall. o. 0. NELSON. A D McGregor attended the funeral of O. C. Nelson, for some years a resident of Portland. He was buried in Wesley Monday. _ You will want, MONEY to loan on town property and farms. Thos. F. Cooke.-31tjanl SEED potatoes, four varieties, at Grove & Son's. EIGHTEEN karat rings that are 18 karat, not 14 karat rings made up by I some jobber and °t«™»p<l 18 karat. 0 Seed FOR Sf\LE. seconded that the bond of L, Horan be approved. Carried. Moved and Uoonded that the committee on waterworks be ^P^ 6 ^^ renew the contract with A. F. Dailey at the rate of $2 per foot and to authorize him to sink the well to a depth at which sufficient water IB procured, not Hobart, for sale on e^sy terms. Address me either at Algona, Iowa, or Morns, Minn. FOB rheumatism drink Colfax rain- era.lwater.-6t2 A. HULBERT. GO to Johnson's for corn planters. SETCHELL & SETCHELL have added to their stock of millinery ladies' furnishings and fancy goods. A full line oi material for artistic needle work. Their opening takes place from' May t> to 10, at which time free instruction will be given in Kensington embroidery to purchasers of material. Call and participate in this treat. ^ Very Low Rates to West and Soutn. On May 18 the Northwestern line will sell home-seekers' excursion ticlf ets, with favorable time limits, to numerous points in the west and south, at exceptionally low rates For tickets and full information apply to agents of Chicago & Northwestern railway.— 7W 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. Lenette W. Butler, Administrator J. J. Wilson estate. m Mayor and City for an animated picture THE LOCAL FIELD. when he was done sent i as tno eaou uio.«^« *"• •*">•>" connecting with the main line the "Algona sewer at the corner of North and Moore streets, herewith of- fe? the same to the city of Algona foi the consTd^ration of $200, reserving the . . . . ., „„«* ownnt'H t,n use tne Invitations are out for the marriage of Henry Johnson and Miss Amy J-.a Plant of Hobart, which will occur next Wednesday. The groom is the ACI ventist preacher in Algona, and the bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. LaPlant, a very charming young lady. Many congratulations will go out to the happy couple. The contest between Lincoln and Germania over the new independent school district was bed yesterday at Germania and developed a curious state of affairs. The law says that an appeal to the county superintendent must be filed in 30 days. In thi> case the affidavit for appeal was made on the thirtieth day, but the appeal was actually filed on the 'Squire Raymond raised the point toi Germania that the time had expired for appeal, and Supt. Reed sustained him. S D. Drake sent out a lot of big pe titions to the railway " Monday asking for a — tween the Burlington and "«*"-:L"', ern railways at the crossing noi tn m Bancroft. *This will »o a oubtedly lead to an investigation into the merits ot the case. If there is any reason why the trains on both lines should not stop BIG MEETING IN PEOSPEOT. Gatlierlna on May 17. In and alUhe other scopes resulted. An enthusiastic admirer of Rev. Landis hands us the following estimate ---'- our popular pastor ought to , times as new connections are made and without interest. T Dated this 3rd ass ~ grace that one imagines nature em in to his the earth," would soon from Jewelry Repairing B a «VrCe g n e tevh°asbe T e'n aoti'vV in' the matter. , _ »S7/&»WfS ar£si8* t w?&r§r ttstfiiSX&Seffiss T.Ohantland of Fort Dodge, Lieut. ~ • 1 others while it was on. " very popular, it .I s "*- t :_4ii be re- .11 IUUQ \ I*M*WM — T BUETNER & CO. of Chicago will this opening. _ Galbraith &Co. J. M. COWAN, M. F, RANDALL, JAS. TAYLOR. To the Honorable Mayor and City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa: ?he undersigned represent themselves to be the owners of the sewer and drain, known as the main line of Algonasewer, herewith offer the same to the city for the consideration of $1, reserving the right to the present owners to use the same without charge or assessment on account of property which they now ° W Dated this 3rd day of May, 1897. AMBROSE A. CALL, FIRST NATIONAL BANK, By Win. K. Ferguson, Cashier. A. D. CLARKE, ALGONA STATE BANK, By T. H. Lantry, Cashier, GARDNER COWLES, WM. K. FERGUSON, E, J. GlLMORE, j, M. COWAN, H. HOXIE. Moved and seconded that the propositions read in regard to the two seweis i _ a "NTrtf rtnftflPn. The fifty-eighth annual meeting of the general association of Congregationalists of Iowa will be held in Algona, May 17-21. About 300 ministers and lay delegates will be here, representing the church, the woman's homo missionary union, and the state Sunday school association. The exercises will onen Tuesday evening and continue until Friday evening:. Tuesday even- in e Bev. J. O. Thrush of Spencer will •rive the annual'sermon, Wednesday fvening Prof. L. F. Parker of Grinnell will speak, Thursday evening Revs. Breed of Creston and Berry of Ottumwa give addresses, Friday evening Key. Darling of Sioux City discusses the relation of the church to public opinion. The full time from 8 o'clock in the morning will be taken up each day, and Wednesday the missionary union will occupy the Methodist church as W Preparations are being made by our people to give the guests a cordial welcome, and nothing will be left undone to make the reception all that they can wish. This will be a big event for Algona, and less than two weeks remain for preparation, w.vaiv- body should lend a band. Ml d features combmed tcLnlC-~~"inciK-S It OUC ui uuw I^MAK* the market; and when you get all ot you can Have Quick Meals with a very small expenditure ofheat.^ Jh^^ QuickC eagj' ^ FANCY parasols at Setohell & Setoh- ell's. , _ GET our prices on bottle goods. M. Z. Grove & Son, OUR eight-day clocks Come and see them. sitions read in regaru ny uu° «•• •• to « 6 .«d SSAt». -u. &^«8W«JS£ ^sstsa? »<>• S?ed and seconded to adjom-n. i, City Clerk. ta €fe IS'QBftvwTJ VW" ¥* ***" |S Vt nvfi W W JONJJS will pasture colts at $gf8&» *WM&" w .*v.- w ~ County Phyrtrtwi l»f»esos Aw»y Suddenly. wm-overa year Dr. Chas. MoCpr- maok his been in failing health. Thi B SfrinK he seemed to be recuperating b P ut ten days ago was taken suddenly with inflammatiop of the stomach, He w^HM'w^^T ^ noon> Th? ^ 00 . "•" Jan, J. He —• d to 4,, to leave lay olocus are the kind you can swear, by not those you have to swear at. Special prices all of May, Sign of the Big Watch. I AM selling land in Minnesota and Dakota, taking one-tenth down, the balance half the crop until land is paid for. Most of these are improved farms Great opportunity for renters. Will take in exchange town property. Excursions first and third Tuesdays in each month. Come 7m2 ^______ i As nice a line of crockery as Algona affords, and just as Ipw prices on it. j^, Z, Grove & Son. EVERYTHING needful to make up infants' wardrobes at Setchell & Setoh* ell's. CUBE FOB HEADACHE, all forms of C. M. DOXSE&, TAYLOR'S •' v;: ''!'••&' -•;fs < - t-y c^l, *.,&•$ ' w'tKS ffonVhaS eWppe,a Wt gop«p |o Wesley, teJBSBBTttS'JrfjiH - -»**«*&£fitf^ mar^A 1r» UU^Vw "v 5*» < w"P * \ "-J^ : *"£i&

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