The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1897 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 5, 1897
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*^;^Wf* -.; * Tffl UPM1K DUB M0INES! AM0NA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAY S; 18$?, 58-- s't -,ft?" Potatoes, Potatoes, A CAR LOAD EK'* • !f;j;, of fine potatoes just arrived, I can supply 6f|V i L J br- everybody with potatoes now, very cheap First come first served, It will pay everyone to change his seed once in a while, James Patterson. Do You Want To buy four cans of Sweet Corn for 25 Cents.' If so call at the Cash Grocery, south of court house. We sell an un colored Japan tea (a snap) at 230. Two pounds crushed Java coffe for 2$c. All package coffee at have another lot of those IDC California Canned Goods. J. C. ANDERSON & CO. South of court house. PROFESSIONAL, ~^/*^S-*'~****l***i~*S~^t~**-V~**r*^i^ J 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 over Galbraith's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxle-Ferguson bl jck. E. V. SWETTINO, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J, C. RAYMOND, EKNEST C. RAYMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa, FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATT OR NE Y 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.) H. C. MeCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUR&EON. Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. W. J. PHYSICIAN AND SUR&EON. Office and residence over Taylor's, H. P. SPENCER, M, P., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sexton, Jowa, E, §. GI-ASJER, P, P. S,, BUft&EON DENTIST, Qfficepver the State Banb, Algona, Jpwa, | 1 ,.: «>> 4, L. RIST, D. D, 8, fcocal anaesthetic toi deadening pain In gunjs when extracting teeth. 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 & McCall. We can't tell you all about it in an "ad."—you must see it for yourself. We have the Latest in Everything, „ Orr 7 Painter, Paper Hanger KALSOMINER, SIGN AND CARRIAGE PAINTER. Postal card orders will receive prompt attention. JAS, A. OBR. ARB YOU ©OIK© TO HAYB Your Horses Clipped? IF NOT, WHY NOT? :t is the easiest way in the world to keep them clean and healthy, and you will be surprised a see how much it adds to their general ap- >earance. j nave power clippers and guarantee first class work. Prices will be rigift. CHAS. J. BROWN. Pest Office Block ^Tailor Shop. A fine line of suitings (or spring and summer has just arrived, Come and take your choree. Press 3vUte A Specialty. Repairing neatly done, SHELLY & PETTJBONE, Head Stones, HAILWAY flttE CHICAGO, MtWAtlKEE & St. PAUL. LOCAL TRATRS tfBST. No. 1 departs at 8:55am Ko.3 departs at 4:01pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 83 departs at...... .... I2:05pm No.71 departs at 6:33pm No. 65 departsat 8:80pm TBAEffS IsAST. No. 2 departs at 10:37 am No.4 departs at 6:33pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 76 departs at 8:20pta No. 94 departs at C:05pln R. F. HBDBICK, Agent. CHICAGO 4 NORTHWESTERN. South- Freight 7ilOa m Pass 8:05 am Mixed l:10pm Mixed 8:00 pin North- Mixed 7:10a m Freight 11:00 a Pass 2:49 pin Mixed 10:35 pi "". H. VESPER, Agent. THE LOCAL FIELD* Rev. Land is will be in Algona for thi Memorial day address. Grandma Wallace is in quite poo; health at the Chubb home. < Wes. Williamson, operated on foi appendicitis, is recovering. Dr. Rice, an old school mate of Mr and Mrs. H. Hoxie, is visiting them. A new boy arrived at Will Lloyd's on the Grant Benschoter farm last Wednes day. The State Register notes: Mr. Frank Howard of Algona is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Adams. Prof. Carroll says the Sioux Citj teachers' meeting was a big one. Ove 1,000 were present. The Algona Yeoman expect to organ ize Saturday evening. They are going to haye a good time. Mayor Chrischilles, Miss Dodd and Aug. Zanke are all indulging in new paint on their homes. The Alba Heywood entertainmen was as liberally applauded last nigh as anything that has been here in a year. The Y. M. C. A. have engaged th, Schubert Lady Quartelle for May 29 a the opera house. II is a splendid en tertainment. Wm. Nelson has sold his presen homo in the north part of town, and will build two more. One will be a stylish modern house. The marriage of S. E. McMahon and Miss Nannie Prazier is set for May 12 next Wednesday. They are receiving hosts of congratulations. Mat. Holzbauer is going lo move nearer lo lown. He has bought Ihe lols east of the Mrs. J. W. Henry house near the Northwestern depot. The Walker home north of W. H Inghatn's block is to be rebuilt, en larged, raised, etc. It will be made over inlo a fine home Ihis spring. Rev. -Southwell wen I lo Sexton Thursday to atlend Ihe funeral of Chas Hager's 17-monlhs-old child. The burial was in the Algona cemetery The opening ball game of the season occurred al Burl Saturday. The Al gona boys went up and won by 21 to 1 scores. It was loo cold for a good game. Aug. Dinger, who was brought bad from California to settle up some busi ness mailers, has arranged everything the Bancroft Regisler says, and wil return. C. W. Budd won the Dupont cup in Chicago from Winslou, who won i from Fred. Gilbert. That brings it lo Des Moines. The Iowa boys propose now lo hold it. Marsh Stephens was in lown Monday lown from his Minnesola slore, whic'l he says is enjoying a wave of prosperity Marsh says he has nol gone lo Minne sola lo live, bul is slill a Fourth warder The teachers' meeting al Whitle more was a ,,big success. Whillemore turned over the keys of the city, including tt lot of those air ship key's, and ihe teachers felt that it was good to be ihere. The school board Monday evening decided to allow J. M. Cowan $100 to settle his claim. Jim says he losl 51,400 on the new school house conlract, Dut lhat il is loo expensive to have a aw suil, J. W, Sullivan has been nolifled lhal 10 is on Iho examining commillee al ,he slate university law commencement, He will not be able lo accept, as t comes June 2, Ihe second week ol districl court here, The Unity circle meets once a year to elect officers, and is still holding its own in Algona, It met at J, R. Jones' Saturday, It owns Ihe lot west of larvey Ingham's on which it's church s to be built some day, The closing round table for the teachers will be held in Algona, May 22. Supt. Reed Js going lo try and persuade iome of the preachers, who are to be n town that week, to stay over and •isit with the pedagogues, It is an almighty mean lot of boys hat tried to work John Holm's penny- n-the-slot machine with .little iron washers. But the machine was honest and wouldn't let John be robbed, The washers didn't get any gum, Thos. Sherman of Bancroft saw Chas. Bergh in California, the well-known Id-time treasurer of Humboldt county, Iso Fred, Taft, now a prosperous law- er, Fred, struck it rich out there, mt Bergh has not been so fortunate. Rev, Landis will supply the Baptist julpit next Sunday, The church held ts annual meeting Monday and elected (floors. It is making a great effort to etain Rev, Landis, and the business men of Algona are assisting liberally. F. L. Williams came up from Cedav Rapids Friday to welcome a little Jl- ound boy to his family. A. D. Clarke s npvv "grandpa" anft bears his honors modestly, Tfeo little one and J4ps. WUliaiesave getting along nicely*at he Clarke hgrne, The Womans' Library Ajfl society their last meeting to meet ^ i at 8 e'$apl$ p. Pftger, I<afly H,en,ry paper We are Headquarters not only for TOOLS, but for everything in the line of Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Cutlery, Stoves, Guns, Sporting Goods, Tinware—in fact we carry a complete stock of general Hardware, and our prices are the lowest. Our long experience in the hardware business has taught us that the best is the cheapest, Call and get prices and compare them with others. ond 50 about disposed of. There are 35 prizes and he feels confident of win ning one of them. A sample of the questions is what "limited" means when we speak of a limited express train. What is the matter with the Em metsburg saloons? S. S. Sessions had to go over yesterday to sue one of them for $260 it owes a Chicago wholesale house. The honor of saloon men is ex emplified by the plea in defense. It is that the sales were illegal. Three answers to the grammatica problem submitted by THE UPPER DBS MoiNES last week have been received. At the Whittemore round table Satur day it was discussed and various opin 1 ions prevailed. It is a good one for the grammarians to think about. In spite of Attorney's Swelling's denial a big hole is being dug by his house lhat don't look like a well or cistern. It looks like the excavation for an 18x18 foot addition, Iwo slodes high, wilh a veslibule enlrance, all o; brick. That's what it looks like. It is with regret thai we are com pelled lo announce J. J. Ryan's wilh drawal as candidate for governor. No man who left Algona has ever yet be come governor of Iowa. Bui J. J. says he don'l want the office, there being no governor's mansion to move into any way. if he should get it. It was expected that the teachers commiltee of Ihe Algona school boarc would report last Monday evening, bu Ihe matter was put over until Ihe nex meeling. Misses Mann, Putsch am Barnt are not candidates for next year and will drop their positions. Al have been good and efficient teachers "Reddy,"asa young fellow named Rand who lives in the Lessing house i known, has stabbed another dog. He cut the S. S. Sessions dog some months ago, and Saturday he gave P. O. Peter son's dog a vicious stab under the shoulder, as it and his dog wore fight ing. "Reddy" will use his knife once too often some day. A young man who comes from Coun oil Bluffs, and who has been working for J. D. Starks a few days, fell ir front of Ihe posloffice Friday. He was picked up and laken to the courthouse where Dr. Morse was called. He was found suffering with hives. The city has been caring for him, and he is coming out all right. The town equalizing board up at Ledyard raised the assessment of the Dunlap bank to a dizzy height, and the proprietors have engaged Sullivan & McMahon lo appeal lo Ihe court. The Dunlaps reported at $4,700 above lia- bililies and the equalizing board put the one-third at above $10,000, a differ ence of only $27,000 or so. Perry Burlingame has received a copy of the Aflon, N. Y., Enterprise jiving an obituary notice of his mother. She was 81 years of age and had lived all her life in Afton. . She leaves four children, all but Perry girls, The Enterprise says of her "she was the Friend of everyone and none knew her but to respect her the more." MUSLIN underwear at Setohell & Selohell's. NEW skirts, capes, shirt waists, and Darasols, just received. Geo. L. Gal- jrailh & Co. A LARGE line of canned goods at irices suilable lo anv and everybody. . Z. Grove & Son. * , MY pasture west of the watev mill •ailroad crossing will be ready for stock Monday, May 10. A fe,w cows can be pul in now. H. C, McCov, , PAPER-HANGING 15 cents per double •oil. W. E. WARD, LADIES' fine shirt waists, big variety. We have a dandy for only 50 cents, "-. L. Galbraith & Co, Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair, 'Pit* ^Prflif IwWSWp nlvTlPPt Our Top Bu .J. W. ROBINSON. We make these all with four-bowed tops, high spring backs, nickel trimming throughout. Don't buy until you see this job. Corn Planters, With check rower, guaranteed. Don't buy a planter until you see this one. Walking Cultivators, $12. We sell binding twine. Don't place your order until you see our twine. Bradley & Nicoulin. Men's Shoes at Only $3.00 p er p ai HONEST. STYLISH. HANDSOME. There are no better goods for the money. We would be glad to show you these goods at any time. WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF FOOTWEAR. Brownell & Mired, ) We will do your repairing. BOSTON BLOCK, ALGONA. ' THE CYCLONE SWEEPS THEM ALL. CYCLONE FENCE CO, =«SW»B.«3=S=525SES«3S533 From 27 to 60 inchoa, rn 7 to 11 Cntiieos c. ,, ^^^f^s^as^ssss.^. Bul i r il£ u '7°JL'eeOh<«>p. The heaviest, the strongest, the YMAI'I most durable and up to date R WU r ""ce. on the market, [This out shows how the fence is looked.] Address w '™™*^^«^^^W^ w '*^WW^<«lpn (B p«plwi(« NSURANCE. Also fca.nd, koan and Collection Business, Office over Aigoaa state Bank. > sag OP curl np. C. U, MOORE, Algona. Fanners' ot Oeflar Bap}ds, as w wk , Wfp ot New yorft; GEO, M, BAILEY, DB, FRISTON, Eai, Nose god ^s K-Vd £*.AA

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