The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1897 · Page 8
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MOlNESi ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JUMP 8, *. Great Downfall IN PRICE OF* Package Coffee. All package coffee 15c a package for one or a thousand. Yours for business, No. 8 Cowles Block. James Patterson. PROFESSIONAL. •*^r***r**^****S 1 +*S~*S~^+*^*~^^~*S^'***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 Galbralth's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, •Office In Hoxie-Ferptuson bljck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J.C. BAYMOND. ERNEST C, BAYMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. 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.) • H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. H. D, SPENCER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUR&EON, Sexton, ,Iowa. DR. MARGARET E. COLES, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon, Office and residence in Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. E. S, GLASIER, D. D, S., SURGEON DENTIST. Office over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. DENTIST, A. L, RIST, D. D. S, Local anaesthetic foi deadening pain in gums when extracting teeui, Hundred Dollars JB offered to any person who pan duplicate the CJQAR FOR 5 CENTS, SCHU & WATERHOUSE, People who know a good thing when they see it will appreciate the Fine Millinery Stock now in and^bfeigg daily shown to admiring patrons by Matson 8: McCall. We can't tell you all about it in an "ad."—you must see it fo yourself. We have the Latest in Everything, . Orr, Painter, Paper Hanger KALSOMINER, SIGN AND CARRIAGE PAINTER. Postal card orders will receive prompt attention. JAS. A. ORB. The State University OF THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS Witt begin the year 1896-9 • On September 16, For particular Information as to the respeo ive departments address as follows: Collegiate—Charles A. Schaeffer, presiden Iowa City. Law~-Emlln MoClain, chancellor, Iowa City Medical—E. W. Bockwood, M, D., secretar of faculty, Iowa City, Homoeopathic Medical—J, G, Gilchrlst. M D., registrar of faculty, Iowa City. Dental—W. S. Hosford, D. D. S., secretar of the faculty, Iowa City, Pharmaceutical—B. L, Boeruer, Ph. G., dea of faculty, Iowa City. Expenses in all departments are reasonable Cost of board inprlvate families, $3 to $5 pe week; In clubs, ® to $S.6Q per week. For catalogues or for general Inforraatio address CHARLES A, SCHAEFFER, President, PR, PRESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throa Operations performed. Diseasi treated. Spectacles fitted, j^Wtll be at Algona Monday, April 12, WATER, OR NO PAY, ,,,.--,„, . contractor, I have the onl cable steam drilling machine owned in tb 1 ei Aadre'ss A. } SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice Ja hereby given that by virtue of a 8 ??? ta L e ? e , cl J ti011 to me flireoted by theolerlt of the district court of Kpssuth county, Iowa, against the goods, chattels, lands, tenements etc., of SVA. Howard, Wary p. Howard, Geo. p. Howard, Ella M, Howard, Uzzle W. Howard, KoBB_uth County State bank, Wm. H. ingCpm; fenda; ' . in 'tftelows of .owa., on " - ~ - CHICAGO, SttWAVKBE £ ST. PAttt. - i W*ST. , . o.i depattait. o..3 departs ftt 3:58pm Freights th at carry passengers— , ^ . o.»r departs at....:. ...12:16pm No.71 departs at 6:28pm . 65 departs at 8:30pm TRAINS EAST. . 2 departs at I0:4o am N6.4 departs at 8:28pte Freights that carry passengers— _ . . . No. 7<T departs at.....; 8:30pm Vd.94 departs at S:30pm B. F. HBDBICK, Agent. CtttCAGO & South- Freight 7:10 a in 'ass 8:05 am Mixed .... ...,l:10pm Mixed 8:00pm North- Mixed 7:10 a in Freight.....11:00 am Pass 2:43 pm Mixed 10:35 p m ~. H. VESPER, Agent. THE LOCAL f 1ELD, John Ostrum has gone to Sritt. El. Dalton is how with the McComb aundry. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" comes to the opera house Tuesday. E. H. Clarke's home has a hew coat of paint, likewise that of R. A. Palmer. Geo. Foster was in the north part of ,he county most of last week on a business trip. The now city well is down about 340 'eet, and the drill is still in rock. It is slow work. The old gentleman Cady has been sick for some days. Frank is over 'rom Spencer. Several reported sales by Mrs. Dr. Pride of her residence prove to be incorrect. She may not sell at present. Reports from Edna Waterhouse, at Minneapolis, bring the good news that she has been up and is on the road to recovery. The German Lutheran society is building a fine parsonage at the Portland church; located near the A. L. Seoley farm. Tramps are becoming' numerous again. The railroad agents say their camp fires are found every morning about the depots. The convention of the Y. P. S. C. E. meets at Webster City, June 15-17. Several will go from Algona. Dr. Henson will speak. Seats for the Uncle .Tom show will be on sale Saturday .morning, June 12, at Ehlers & Falkentiainer's, at regular prices—35, 60, and 75 cents. Marriage licenses have been issued to Arthur J. Proctor and Alma L. Smith, W. A. Younieand Maude Jones, Alois Rahm and Mary Schmidt. Revival meetings began Sunday evening at the Methodist church. Evangelist Baker of Ohio is here assisting Rev. Southwell. The meetings will continue until the 25th. Friends of John Galbraith, who is in Denver for his health, will be pleased to learn that he is somewhat improved. He expects to £0 into the mountains for the summer as soon as the weather is a little warmer. The Salter & Martin "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Co., which comes to the Algona opera house Tuesday, June 15, is the largest and most complete company of its kind ever organized, numbering 54 people. The company gives a street parade at noon. Supervisor John G. Smith has had charge of the work which has resulted in an entire new structure in the east approach to the Call bridge, which was injured by ice during the high water. The new bridge is 40 feet long and is of a substantial character. W. J. Brunson was down from Seneca last week, and while here purchased the residence property known as the Jacob Patterson place in the south part of town. He secured it for his own use whenever he shall return to Algona, which he expects to do one of these days. Prosperity is returning by easy stages. J. R. Duttonof Irviugtonlast week disposed of 3,800 bushels of old oats for which he realized over $600. Sixteen cents for oats is not bad when compared with the low prices for grain that have prevailed for some time. He sold to Mr. Dunwoodie at Irvington. M. J, Kenefick comes about the first of next month from Belmpnd with his string of horses. He has some good ones, so it is reliably reported. He will be here in time to help put the race track in shape for the exercises on the Fourth, and will occupy the grounds after he gets located. The last regular meeting of the Woman's Library Aid society will be held Friday afternoon, June 11, At this meeting officers will be elected for the coming year, A good attendance is desired. The program will be papers by Mrs. Nannie Setohell and Mrs. C. B, Hutohins, quotations from Bayard Taylor. Bonheur Bros, showed here Wednes' day night and gave a good entertainment. They went to Wesley and showed there Thursday, As they were starting from here one of their teams became frightened and a runaway re- suited, which did some damage to one of their wagons, but otherwise nothing serious occurred, The high school commencement pro- grammes are out and they are very pretty, They show the graduating class to consist of Roscoe Call, Myrtle Call, Carrie Durant, Jpsie Folln, Mabel Gilmore, Cftrrle Hart, Eayl Humlonff, Jennie Patterson, Ruth Purvis, 141}ian Randall, Bert Regsjguie, Carl Setqbelli Helen Starr, Walter Stebbins and Walter TelUer, THE UPPBB DBS MOINES bids them God speed, at the same time assuring them that the rooks they will encounter in the battle of life will be much more numerous than now appear, Wads worth Bros.' team of P*'inoep* top oolta m.a4e tbingp lively lor a ti$e, Saturday mopping, Henry L,ow§ was itartiog with them, and a }pad pf ure fop Jhejarm,, an^ whjB n they teefe $&»$pti°J!ie te $hiugg wore going, Qyerruiaa. aM overturned the load by , makin up* utf uaexpe^teft t w n from a,4 MVmW Pjtfc, H ft | w JM ftt, Jte .he,' mi experience, while Mr. Low§ sustained a sprained ankle, which is not thought to be a serious injufy. the horses were slightly scratched and the wagofi was a wreck. Marsh Stephens was down ffoffi the north Monday, renewing acquaintance with his family atid'shakihg hands with his numerous friends. He retnftrked incidentally that he had traded half his stock of goods at Lake Crystal, for a fine farm near St. James and has the balance yet oh hand. He is hot selling at retail, but jobbing the stock as occasion warrants. The Mason City Republican says of Miss Parker, one of the new teachers in the city schools! Miss Parker is the daughter of Mr. Leonard G. Parks* of Lime Creek township, and a youhglady well and favorably known. Another daughter, Miss Carrie, has been prlhci* pal of the schools at Spencer for two years and will continue in the same position for another year. Mr. Parker can well be congratulated on the stand in an educational way, which hisdaugh* ters have taken as a result of the college education which he has assisted them to. Mason City takes pride in noting what these ladies have accomplished. It looks as if the hen would have to go. A. F. Dailey is just now demonstrating the commercial value of an incubator, and has little chicks hopping out and doing their own "borning" at the rate of a dozen a day, The apparatus holds 200 eggs at one "setting," and was filled about 22 days ago. By Monday evening over 75 chicks had come to stay, and if no bad luck happens there will be others. When this lot is hatched out another 200 eggs will be put in, and thus the good work will go on. Mr. Dailey says the common, every-day, native eggs hatch with the most certainty, the fancy ones proving a failure in many cases. One of the little things which go to make life worth living, and to cause one to place a higher value on friendship, occurred Monday evening at the meeting of the Odd Fellows' lodge. J. F. Nicoulin has been a continuous and faithful member of Algona lodge for 25 years, and is the only member of this lodge with an unbroken record of this kind. Under the rules of Odd Fellowship this entitles him to a veteran's jewel, and accordingly the lodge, at its meeting Monday evening, presented him with a beautiful gold jewel, with appropriate inscriptions, setting forth the facts as above. He will treasure it as an ever-present reminder of his long connection with Algona lodge and the brothers from whom it came as a token of good will. I Too busy to write much of an " ad." this'Week, but cbffie in • we will tell you all about it. Big reduction in prices all this UK' —that means better goods at lower prices than oUf competitors quote, $ 5,00 Suits at - - - • 6,00 to $8 Suits at * 10,00 Suits at 1^,00 Suits at 14.00 Suits at - . - Ciift $1,95 495 - - - 9,76 Bargains in Furnishings. 7gc overalls at 4$c; $i shirts at 6Sc; 7Sc shirts at 39C; SQC shirts at 35c; boys' overalls at io,c; $2 shoes at $1.25; $3 shoes at $2.15; ^ underwear at 250; $oc jackets at 3Sc; SDC neckties at 2$c; $oc overalls at 35c; $2 hats at $1.25. Yours for bargains in Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. Kraft Clothing Co., Iowa. WE SELL THE JUDGE LAPP TOE OEATOE. The Supreme Judge from Sheldon to be Algonn's Speaker on the Fourth —WesJey Band Also Secured. It is with pleasure that we announce that the committee has secured Judge Ladd of Sheldon for orator at Algeria on the Fourth. He has a splendid reputation aa a speaker, and it insures an oration of the first class. The music committee also announce that the Wesley cornet band will be here, which will prove an attractive feature of celebration day. Those who heard them play at Wesley last Thursday guarantee that no disappointment will follow the securing of their services. The program of exercises, in a general way, as outlined at a meeting of the committee last evening, will be: Forenoon, address by Judge Ladd. Afternoon, horse races, bicycle races, ball game, etc. In the evening there will be fire works, concert by the Algona cornet band, stereopticon views, etc. The exercises during the daytime will be at the fair grounds. Other matters in connection with the coming celebration are progressing nicely, and everything now points to one of the most successful gatherings Algona has had for many a day. CALL on Grove & Son for fresh fruit. Crow! Well, maybe we do crow a little hard, but then we have something to crow over, We have just received another lot of our Asbestos-lined Sad Irons, greatly improved over the first ones we had, and besides are reduced in price, No housewife, who has to do the ironing every week, will be, without a set after she has given them a trial, An inspection will convince you that we have ca^lse to C. M.DOXSEE, Hardware, The Milwaukee Mower, the Minneapolis Thresher, and The Brown Corn Planter. You never knew a man who owned a Milwaukee Binder that would buy anything else if he could get another like it. You never knew a man who had any trouble with a Milwaukee Binder, and you never saw a binder that it took less repairs for. Ask any man who has a Milwaukee Binder about the draft. We will guarantee the Minneapolis threshing machine, with horse-power and engine, to do good work and to run as easily as any other thresher on the market. If you contemplate buying a thresher we will pay half your railroad fare to Minneapolis, and if you buy we will pay all your fare, to look it over and' see the material used in it. Come and see us before you buy. BINDING TWINE AT LOW PRICES. Bradley & Nicoulin. JUST STEP IN AND SEE WHAT $1.50 Will buy in shoes, Men's shoes, good and solid, congress or lace. Heavy enough for every day or fine enough for Sunday, . : Ladies' Button Boots Common sense, Razor, or .Coin toes. Ladies Oxfords Chocolate, Green, Oxblgod, or Black. AH styles at Browuell & Allred, c . . , .;. ' ? Shoes repaired while you wait. in Shoe Store, Boston Block, Algona, Iowa, CAN YOU M - Sy f up at 2S cents a 2 ° Ce ' s Best A pound of best apples at 7 t s California Canned Goods canned J, C. ANDERSON,

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