The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1897 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, June 23, 1897
Page 8
Start Free Trial

, -V . that carr> passengers- 3:58pftl .. . NO. 71 departs at ..... . .............. 6:28ptt No. 65 departs at ......... . ........... 8:30pta All Coming '- > * ^^ Great Celebration July Third. Haass call and see me and make my store your headquarters and see what we can do for you, , Thanks for past favors, •- . * No. SCowlesBlock. I 3H16S I 3.11618011. *"• • v * PROFESSIONAL. •«,^*M^»rf'-fc^*^'X^^.X^^ n S^>^ 1 XX^*«» - >»Nrf"^ CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. M. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbralth's. SULLIVAN & MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxle-FerRUSon bl jck. E. V. SWETTINO, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J.C. RAYMOND. ERNEST C. RAYMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, , Algona, Iowa, FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNE Y AT LA W. Office over Kossuth County State . Bank, Algona, Iowa. F. L. TRIBON, M, D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. Office and residence in the Boston Block, (In the new block.) •• H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON, Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offlpe and residence over Taylor's. H. D. SPENCER, M. D., . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sexton, Iowa. DR, MARGARET E. COLES, ffomeopatMo Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence In Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. 6. S. GLASIER, D. D, S., . SURGEON DENTIST, Office over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa, DENTIST, A, L,, RI8T, D, D, 8, fcpeal anaesthetic loi deadening Pfttn in guins wfren eyfraqtlpg teeth. Wyjf$& #'/**• ',•*"•"••,," fttlfeS . v ', '- 'nmiii'O ur ^^^^Tm^MMMM^: .v/$w ,™.JHkft1l»!—" Our shoe sale continues to draw people to our store. As our stock gets Deduced better bargains can be had each day on all odd shoes providing they fit you. Men's shoes, ladies' oxfords, children's tan and low shoes at cost. Bargains in wash goods, millinery sheetings, men's underwear, men's shirts, ties, collars and cuffs. We will continue to show many other bargains before July 4. Our cape, suit, and waist stock will be found to contain many good things at 50 cents on the dollar. Yours, NO. 2 de^rts ftt"":r.:;r.r. IO-ASAS* No.4 departs at ,. • 6:28pin FftjfeW* that caitjr passeagew- No. 7(TddpatUIftt.i 8:30 pm No. 94 departs at......... 2:30pin B. F. HtbwOK, Agent. CHICAGO g*e?ght~.. i ..tslOftaiMiiea~ Pass...... 8:05am Freight 11:00 am Pass 2:43pm *fr*.c_.u. .* A*« »*«T f -j-. Mixed.... ....I:l0pm Mixed 8:00 pin Mixed......iO:36p m f. H. VESPBft, Agent. TSI1 LOCAL FIELD. 'SHERIFFS SALE. Notice la hereby given that py virtue of a special execution, to me directed by the clerk JS , H, Doxsee, find J5. V. Swotting, defendan r -°' B J )ron ,J > - Jf&JBtejw. plaintiff, offer , ft/public e&Je, to the*Wgheet , and best bidder, for cash, at the door pf the court houae In the town of Algo»a, county of Kossuth, j Q w a , onthelQthday pf June. J897, between we hpurs r of 9 af jn, »nftitP,in,,on gam dayman of said defend^ Wts'WSMi Wft w»^ Jwwrest to and to' the ollowing .described real eatate.- situated Kossuth county, to-wit; Lot -No, Fifteen b,loefeNo.fiYeforeserT&tlon No. One ijj Everytblag free the fourth, St. John's Day, June 23, will be celebrated at Britt this year, Algosa will attend. All o! the remaining Russ-Ltind land cases will be tried at the October term of court. Judge Cook is the orator at the Swea City celebration. Kossuth will indulge in judges. A wave of coolness spread over the face of nature Sunday. It was a pleasant change. Miss Ruth Purvis is engaged in Galbralth's store, and is becoming n popular saleslady. The ladles of the Baptist church will serve dinner in agricultural hall at the fair grounds July 3. D. B. Avey joins the procession with a boy, since Friday. This is the second boy in his family. Elmer Wilbur has opened a barber shop in Dr. Garfleld's old office and is having a good business. Rev. Southwell will give a temperance sermon at the Congregational church next Sunday evening. Dr. Garfield has moved f rota his office on State street to his residence, where he will be found hereafter. J. F. Ficoulin and family start for Denver this week. His photograph gallery will be closed during July. Walter Stebbins is now clerking for Grove & Son. Their business requires more help. Walter is an expert groc- eryman. A. A. Brunson has been up at Seneca io see his son Will, who is now able to sit up. He had a severe attack of pneumonia. C. B. Hutchins bought a half section of land in Minnesota last week and Charley Hofius a quarter. They were up prospecting. The gold democrats meet at Des Moines July 7. Kossuth is entitled to 12 delegates. It; will be nip and tuck to find that many.. Mrs. Jas. Patterson has been on the sick list for four weeks. She hopes to be well enough to go to California the last of the month. James Patterson is going to have a barrel of ice water out on the Fourth and invites his friends to make his store headquarters on that day. The premium lists for the county fair will be printed soon. As the fair comes the last week in Septemcer they are not out quite as early as usual. The Bonheur show that left Algona a few weeks ago was caught in the cyclone up in Minnesota and suffered considerable damage, It is on the road again, however. Doxsee's Saturday special, sales are growing in popularity. Every Saturday he offers some useful article at a out price. He will give a big bargain celebration day. Jacob M. Funk of Webster City gave $200 to help get the local band some new instruments. Algona has the best band in northern Iowa, but where is the Algona Funk? A. D: Clarke has been appointed by Gov. Drake to attend the Denver mining convention. He has not yet decided whether he can go or not. It will be a-big gathering, Cbas, Devine was arrested Monday for being drunk and threatening to do mischief Sunday, His hearing is set for July 1 before 'Squire Taylor. He is Barnet Devine's son. A vivid ligh'tning flash. and clap of thunder Thursday night woke everybody in the south part of town. In the morning the elm tree on J, R. Jones' corner was found split in two. Hudson & Langdon make a specialty of sanitarium goods and they find a growing market. Even the wheat coffee is getting very popular, The goods are the very best in quality, Kraft is' selling the only kind of giant crackers that should be used on the Fqurth. The more of them the boys 'get the better time they and everybody else near them will have. A beautiful boquet of white roses has given this office for a. couple of days a look of .real cleanliness and purity it has not bad for some time. Mrs, Jas. A, Qrr saw the needs of tb»e case supplied them, . A Pubuque firm, two weeks -—, prdered four barrels of "Bakers' Flour' of the WUSPR mill.' Monday a letter came ordering ten barrels wore, Tb.§ ^Wilson rolll is, sending flour alt over this part of ?e.wju ' A .stiff wind ^thte morning took the oajmney off |be,, houje Arphje UuteR" Hyes in»,broke braneheefrpni the bte»r the front M the, old* ©royg — .a j ii ji ? It blBW v f*r-~i.,*-m>=-£ ;-w«Tk m\ r r TV'-zff-VT."- 1 ^ r PTW HTS^R .addfttojba ^ytoeno^ag JK Kiffliftte'lULfetmiflA a7;vl He dofc*t t&ve the.1 kind of horses, hOwflvef, and had to* biiy & fiew set. Some time &$0 J. (3. AttdeFsdfi foegaH a strictly cash business aM txsg'afi making prices that cash sales wftffattt. The fesult is eatlsfactoty. People Watch his a&flouncemefits in THE UP- PES DBS MolNES and go f fora ail over town to buy of hitn. Rev, Baiter closed his series of meetings at the Methodist church Sunday. The extremely hot weather of the Week interfered with the attendance, f hese who heard him say he is one of the ablest speakers ever in Algonft. He went to Beltnond from here, The teachers' institute will Open July 26 and continue four tfeeKS. Supt. Reed is getting up his pfdgram, which will probably be ready by Hext week, Kossuth already has a state reputation for big and enthusiastic institutes and this year will beat the record. The barn of John Lee, in trvington, was struck by lightning last Friday morning and burned to the ground, He succeeded in getting out his horses but lost about 1,200 bushels of grain. He Was Insured in the county mutual for about $400, which will not fully cover loss, but will go far toward making it good. Anna D. Brown, one of the leading workers in Iowa in the temperance movement, will speak at the Baptist church tomorrow evening, and at the Methodist church Friday at 3 o'clock, following with a children's meeting at 4 o'clock. Her lecture tomorrow evening will be on poverty, admission free. A collection will be taken. Horace Mann, who has been for several years in the nautical almanac work at Washington, has resigned his position and will be in Irvington this week. He is a very ardent free silver champion and will devote some time to politics. He would make a splendid candidate for the legislature for the three parties that are combined this fall. Judge Thomas has decided a longstanding suit. In 1888 the Aultman & Taylor company sued M. Richardson on some notes. Mr. Richardson set up a counter claim in the way of commissions he had earned which they refused to allow. The case has hung fire ever since. Judge Thomas held with Richardson and gives him a judgment for $314.17 against the company. The school board are figuring on how to get an extra room for this fall. A plan is being considered for bringing the old depot building down and fixing it up on the lots north of the high school building. E. B. Butler and E. J. Gilmore are a committee to find out what a room can be rented for, etc. The principal's office room in the.high school building has been converted into a recitation room and an office is being fitted up in the basement. George P. Colby of Lake Helen, Fla., will speak at court house hall on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings. The lectures will .be free and the subjects may be chosen by the audience. Mr. Colby is known to many of our people as a test medium of rare power. In the years since his last visit here he has become an inspirational speaker and has traveled extensively, having spoken in New York, San Francisco and other, cities. On his present trip he is accompanied by Mr. Elmer Morrow, who assists .him by his songs. Both gentlemen, during their stay, will be the guests of Mrs. J. J. Wilson. The Monday club and Woman's Library Aid society unite in a literary and social symposium at the reading room Friday afternoon, June 25, at 3 o'clock. ' A program will be rendered containing brief reports of the past year's work from each club; an illustrated paper on Greek art by Mrs. Fairbanks of Dubuque. The topics for the symposium are, ''The Public Lib rary"and "What Shall the Children Do in Vacation." At the last regular meeting of the W. L. A. S. Mrs. Nellie F. Cooke was elected president; Mrs. Minnie Drake, vice president; -Mrs. Emily C. Dodge, seorerary; Mrs. N. Hamilton, treasurer. VISITORS at Okoboji lake will find first-class meals and service at the Swallows dining ball, Des Moines beach. New management, Terms reasonable, Write for tents, camping grounds, cottage room, etc,, to G. H. LIGHT, Manager, 14t3 Okoboji, Iowa. WE have an immense line of 25 cent belts, Call and see them. DINQLBY & PUGH. THE latest thing in China. The new turquois pattern, Call and see the new goods, • DINGLEY & PUGH, Very Low Bates to via the Northwestern line, "The Lake Shore Route" from Chicago, on account of the N, E, A, convention, July 6-9. For dates of sale and other information apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern rail way, -JSt3, EIGHTEEN karat Tings that are 18 karat, not 14 karat rings made up by some jobber-and stamped 18 karat. 6 J FOR time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County State Bank, MBP.TJNG Benevolent and Protective order of Elks, Minneapolis Minn, July , n will he $5.06, tickets O n sale jujy 5 and 6, AlltiPkets to be limited to return J ,v>JyJ°- On i tickets sold from points outside of 800 miles radius an exten, sion of return limit may fee obtained j 0 ftBfl iflelufliBg July 31, by fiepositsof tickets «n or Before July IQ, wftb j JtJHB 33. . Giant Crackers For the Fourth of July at Kraft's., One of our big crackers is summer suits, They must sold before .the FOURTH, $15.00 Suits, nobby plaids, $12,50 Suits, plain and plaid, $11,00 Suits, plaids, $ 7.50 Suits, plaids, - $11.75 $ 9.75 $ 8.50 $ 4,95 Extra Values in Black Suits. Boys'suits.(long pants) #1.95 and upwards. Bargains in !| Children's suits. Another Giant Cracker Is Our Hat Line. IT MUST BE REDUCED. Black stiff, $2.50, #3, and #3.50 go at $1.95; $2 ones $1.25. Colored Fedora's, $2.25, $2.50 ones, $1.95; $1.75, $2 ones $1.25; 75 cent one, 45 cents; 25 and 50 cent lines, our specialties in straw. ; Another! Our Furnishings. All the newest in shirts. White with colored fronts, soft fronts with stiff collars and cuffs. Revolving fronts (8 shirts in one; lots of fun.) Specials, $i shirts, 650; 500 shirts, 390. Best 2 for 25 hose in town. Specials in ties, 10, 15, and 25 cents, worth 15, 25, and 40 cents. Avail yourself of this opportunity. • Kraft Clothing Co., .A-lgrozia, Iowa. For the purpose of giving Man and Boy a chance to secure a new suit of clothes in which to attend the Big Celebration July 4, we will make a ' Sweeping Reduction sale of everything in our store from now until that date, Our Men's, Boys' and Children's, clothing at half cost to close out; all broken sizes. Call and see us. JOE STEIL, C, O, D, Clothing House, Algona, Iowa, NSURANGE. Also Land, Loan and Qeliection pusinm- Offlce over Algona State Bank, Farmers' O f Cedar Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, QEO. M, BAILEY, orange via Canton.Soo oity, Omaha, C, G " ^ s - & W,, and T, , the Rook Island epeoial train arrivin at Cqlorado Springe at 9;00 a. m. We geadfty will b§ spent at Colorado Springs, enabling the party to visit the famous Garden of the Gods, etc, Tuesday will be spent at Maniton the torn* ous western watering resort. Thurs* day afternoon a side trip has been w ranged t<? the ««mmh of PJfces Peak flBfl return, o»Jhf jgrwat eog* wheel route. Rate, of $3.7§ fgr partiel ol fifty or more has beea wde lor Wa July 3i 4, and 5, good returning leaving Milwaukee July JO, 11 and 12 only, OP tickets sold f row points wore than *w wiles from Milwaukee ajn extension.?! return limit way be obtained * n ftnd in ' eluding August 81, 1897, by „ of tickets on or before.July 13 joint agent at Milwaukee, „ GO TO . with J

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free