THE UPPER BE8 MOINE8: ALGOKA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, ffOVBMftfflt 24, November Slaughter Sale Friday, November 19, to Saturday, November 27, inclusive. 3P a During the 8 days of this sale every effort will be put forth to make this the best one we have yet had. Our stock must be reduced, and we propose to give you prices that will do it One of the winning features of this sale will be a fine line of Suits and (flCL OO Overcoats at ZpO.VJV/ This line will contain all of our best sellers up to $8.50. values we are giving you until you see them. Cowles' Block, Algona, Iowa. You will not realize what Suits and Overcoats at . . $9.75 Those desiring to purchase a fine suit or overcoat will find what they want in this line. At $7790 we will offer values never duplicated by any clothing concern in this part of the state. Our shoe and furnshing goods depart- mentwill be full of bargains during this You who have not yet bought sale. . your winter supplies on account of mild weather will do well see us during this sale. _FOR. Folk: RAILWAY TIME CARDS. . r*^~~~ ,^x^~~— CHICAOO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOCAL TIIATN9 WEST. No. 1 departs at S : ? 2 2 IS No. 3 departs at .1:53 pin Freights that carry passengers— No. 03 departs at MrJJJl! — No. 71 departs at alanS™ No. 05 departs at S.JOpm TKAINS EAST. No. 2 departs at nni'Slm No. 4 departs at 0:88 pin Freights that carry passengers— No. 70 departs at 1 2 : ; 1 nS,S No.04 departs at 2:20pin R. F. HEDHICK, Agent. CHICAGO * NORTH WESTERN. South- Freight . Mixed.'.'.'..... 11 :BO a m . .11:00 a m 7:05 a m Mixed 7:54pm North- Mixed 7:05 a m Freight 11:50 am Pass 2:41 pm mxea , .u, i. ,u Mixed ...".'!llO:28 p 111 Arrive at Des Molnes at 12:15 p. m., 0:15 p. in., and 1:20 a. in. L. A. Sheetz has inaugurated a plan by which the little folks can secure premiums for some shrewd guessing. Here is the scheme: To the boy of 12 years or under who guesses nearest to the time of day that our eight-day clock stops we propose to F. H. VKSPKII, Agent. give i Train of THE LOCAL FIELD. Tomorrow is turkey day. The Ottumwas Friday evening. Tax sale comes a week from Monday. November has 14 marriage licenses to its credit. The Grange ladies serve dinner Saturday at the hall. It has been a pleasant fall. Wo can bo thankful for that. with track and all complete. The clock will be wound eight days before Christmas, and will be allowed to run down. The terms of the contest are that with eacl^ purchase of holiday goods at our store between now and Christmas to the amount of 2=5 cents or more a ticket will be given entitling Se holder ? O5 one guess. The awards will be made as soon as the tickets can be gone through. Now for the Girls. To the eirl of 12 years or under who makes the closest gu ess to theCe theVk stops will be given, on the same terms, a Fine Show Doll, YAL-UBD AT S6.OO. garding the contest inquire at the store. f\. SHEETZ, Drugs and Stationery. Holiday goods open Monday, Nov. 29. •We will open the fall trade in the Jewelry Business with prices that cannot help but please you, of„ _ _ ferine you the greatest value evtr given by^o-attempting to sal! WATCHES. Henry Hatch of Whlttemore is a cousii of Prof. Spencer's. W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Alf Rist next Wednesday. The school came out about even on th Havvley Smith lecture. . Old gentleman Arbucklo is near death a Hanna. Ho is an old settlor. A. H. Wiltse gets off on the charge of stealinff a coat up at Lodyard. The men, material, etc., are all hero for the iron bridge at Blackford's. Oats bring lfi@17 cents, wheat 70@78, corn 10, flax 00@'J5, barley 18. W S Wilcox is in Algona again and ready for the fall poultry trade. Mrs. W. J. Stevens, who lives in the west part of town, is very low. Col. Copeland is billed at the opera house for next week Thursday evening. Tickets will bo on sale for the Ottumwas at 85 and 50 cents tomorrow morning. g g sessions has news of the sudden death of an uncle in Now York state, of apoplexy. Congressman Dolliver has promised Kev. Day a lecture in Algona soon, possibly during the holidays. Peter Burns of Ireton came Saturday to help in the water mill. He is a brother of Mrs. W. D. Nugent. Prairie township school directors have been taken in on a mechanical block device and will lose 825 apiece. Mr Lichte was killed in Fenton Friday by having a loaded wagon run over him He was buried Sunday. Rev. Sinclair has borrowed a sterooptl con and is going to give a series of Sunday evening illustrated sermons. Nomination of officers in A. O. U. W lodge next Tuesday evening. All member requested to be present at 7:30. About 25 Masons went to West Bond last night to assist in getting five candidates elevated a degree in that order. The report In one of the town papers that Clerk Croso is going to move into the John Grove house is without foundation. The Y M. C. A. will have a meeting at their rooms on Sunday afternoon with a special program. Everybody is invited. Thanksgiving services at the Methodist church tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock, Kev. Buchanan of the Presbyterian church officiating. Gilhooley's Reception, an Irish farce comedy, Is billed for Dec. 8, next week Friday evening. It Is said to bo immensely clever and laughable. A F Dailoy has his well digger up and will begin at once on the new town well. He will go down this time till a sure supply of water is struck. Everything is ready for the big Knights of Pythias ball this evening. Guests from Britt, Wesley, Whittemore, and other outside towns are'expected. J J Cordingley has rented his moat market to a Sauborn man, who takes possession Dec. 15. His health is very poor and he will take a vacation. It is said that after December 1 all Northwestern agents must show up in blue uni- " .jV U ^,-,4-tnna A n-on f VABTIAV morning and evening, morning theme, "The influences of exile;" evening, "Some wholesome lessons from the much abused book of Jonah." All are invited. Saturday afternoon a prairie fire started in near the now town of Galbraith and cnrao up past Irvington. It was hot while It lasted and did some damage. Fifty hay stacks were In flames at one time. The artistic lettering that is being done about town is Walter Telller's work. Ho has become an export artist, as good ns any at fancy sign painting and is making a study of It. Ho has decided talent. Wm. Hawloy Smith took pains to say a ood word for the Ottumwa Quartette. It s one of the finest musical organizations in ho United States. Everyone who enjoys i good thing will bo out Friday evening. Martin McCall has become a superior mrp player in loss than six months. His work with the Algona orchestra has attracted general notice. Ho picked It up limsolf with a few lessons taken in Un- cngo. A now survey up on Union slough shows the county grade and bridges oast of Ban croft off tho section lino on private land. Supervisor Smith has boon up to BOO what to do. Tho affair cost about $700 when built. Licenses to marry have been issued to J. _. Romm and Mary Lohoy, John A. Meyci and Augusta Brnndt, John Lamping tint Albcrdina Sloopcr, Aug. Fishor and Ixvuia C. Banwart, Jus. A. McGenty and Mary Molitor. A L Goddard has presented Tun DBS MOINKB with a paper weight made o an ocro clay that comes from his 1< ort At kinson farm. It is a regular paint clay and the bod is considered very valuable. It ii any event makes a good paper weight. APPLES A PLES «! ,* /*j We are Long on Apples Just Now and can furnish them by the barrel, by the bushel, by the peck, or the handfull, as desired. Better lay in your supply for winter right now while you can get your choice of the best. No trouble about the price. That will be right. Win K. Ferguson says tho best tiling a tho state dairy meeting, aside from 1. J Julian's winning lirst prix.o on butter, wa mi address by Prof. Curtiss, brother of th Aleona attorney. Prof. Cm-lisa is a authority all over the United States o dairying. BUSINESS MENTION. .Tamos Patterson pays 17 cents for ogg Durdall is going to make four days mom rable in tho clothing trade. Ho bogii Friday. Dingloy &Pugli open the full jewelry cason with wonderfully low prices for ilgh grade watches. See what they say ,his wcolc. Shcota' big holiday display will bo open Monday. It will bo tho largest and finest 10 has'over nmdo, and Shoot/.' store has nl- vtiys boon tho holiday emporium. In his advertisement this week ho tells how some boy is going to get a fO train ol cars Inat will run and somo girl is going to get a doll that will roll her eyes. No. 8 E. State St. James Patterson. DON'T forgot Unit you can dyo all kinds of fibers, cotton wool, or stilt at tho same time, in tho name vessel, with Putnam Fadeless Dyes. Sold by E. & F. drug store. To accommodate those who had to sty homo until the fall work was done, new classes will be formed Nov. 30, at Humboldt college. IT will pay you to call on W. S. Wilcox and get his prices on poultry and live pigeons before selling elsewhere. His office is under Goeders' store. FOR sale cheap, two cook stoves. W. H. Reed. Poultry Wanted. On and after Nov. 20, I will be prepared to buy poultry at tho Northwestern creamery. A. L. BKLTON. That Turkey Must Be Carved.... I have the carvers to carve him with, the patent roasters to roast him. in, and A Six-hole l?£l tt O*G with a reservoir to do ^ with that Only oostg^plftgS and heaters at equally low prices. How good a Round Oak or Elmhurst stove feels with a good fire in it during one of these cold snaps, and it's such a good heat. No gas, no smoke, no dust. Call and be convinced. J. W. Robinson. Pioneer Hardware. time afld give satisfaction, Din WtJDbOJ.il UKfiiuo *MW«V «..— ,. — f , « forms with gold buttons. Agent Vesper will be the handsomest man in town. The net proceeds of the Chrisanthemum show were about $100. D. S. Ford's colleo tion of six plants got first prize, J. B. Win kel's second, and Mrs. K. A. Palmer third The Algona cigar factory made 49,00( cigars last month and are 15,000 behind their orders. They are making nothing but the Sportsman's Game until they go caught up. THE Ui'PBU DBS MOINES has an entertain inK letter from Lizzie B. Read, which wUl be published next week. She describes life in the Ozark mountains down in Arkansas. Mrs. Tower, living south east of Irvington, died suddenly Saturday afternoon while all her relatives were out fighting fire. It is thought excitement due to the fire caused death. * R. A. Palmer represents Mead Bros, of Boston, who own the Milwaukee depot creamery building, in the Poultry business. I4i8tye&r they paid out over *18,OOQ lor ppultry and labor- Rev, F. E. Pay will preach, nest Poland CUlims. A few fine Poland China boars for sale at right prices. qnvo J. O. PAXSON. OUv** I'oultry. The poultry business will be carried on the coming season at the creamery building at the Milwaukee depot. Bring in your poultry and get the best price in the market. 35t3 B. A. PALMER, Mgr. LAMBS' wool insoles—misses', ladies' and gents'—all s>geB, at Galbraith's. MY residence for rent. 30 MHS. DORMOY. DON'T fail to see those jardiniers at Grove & Son's. A LARGE assortment of fancy plates at M. Z. Grove & Son's. INSURAIL I ~~ Also Laud, Loan and Collection Business.- Offlce over Algona State Bank. You can get a nice pair of all linen towels for 25o at Galbraith's. EIGHTEEN karat rings that are 18 karat, not 14 karat rings made up by some jobber and stamped 18 karat. 6 DINGLEY & PUGH. Farmers' of Cedar RapldB, Phoenix of Hartford, ... Hanover of New York, Minnesota, Fire, Minneapolis, Kookford of Rookford, , Lloyd's Plato Glass of New York, United States Life of New YoVU. GEO. M. BAILEY^ One Hundred Dollars— —- Is offered to any person who can duplicate the FOR sale, residence property, well located. Inquire of F. H. Vesper.-3014 HOUSE to Willey.-29tf rent. Inquire of J. B. HomeaeeUers' Excursion. Horaeseekers'excursion tickets may be sold to certain territory on Nov. 2 and 16, and Dec. 7 and 81, 1897. The selling rate will be one lowest regular first class fare plus $2. TBE eastern "Gold Bugs" are hun- crv for more Iowa farm loans. Special rates now. Tsps. F, COQKE. FOR time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County.State Bank. FOUR or five boarders can now be accommodated at Mrs. E. C. Tattle's, next | M , v , HAQGABD. to Bradley & Nicoulin's wagon fao- tory.-25tS [CIGAR FOR 5 CENTS. SCHU 80 WATERHOUSE, G. I*. PEEK One Prlpo to Ail- Cleaning watches, $1; best main springs, $J, AU work warranted. H B ' » B. G, BOWVBR. A GOOD business for sale. A fine home in Algona to exchange for a good farm in Kossutk county, Iowa. En-1 quire of A. D. Clarfee & CP.-35I8 Qlfl. Qoia a,«a. Stiver, buy your old gold and silver, Jt w apS """ "—*— '* Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones $ Smith. 1 Abstrats ' »ttt mmn, Drugs and Medicines J R sal p«»««^^ 1 Collections, IOWA. '«*"" ,£ '..*\.H ( 1 ! 1 * A « ( . Wt *Vi ! I \. ! ' ! % « r<w * } * v) ' *" »'
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