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Algona Advance (Newspaper) - June 15, 1905, Algona, Iowa THE ALGONA ADVANCE JUNE Krafts Clearing Sale of Clothing Now to July Brace Up and Dress Up for the Fourth Were loaded with spring we have enjoyed a good but it has been too and our winter weights are gone and our spring weights are with More new Suits to Select from than has ever been shown at any one time in Our great sale last fall cleaned us all up on old This sale will be another real bargain The hundreds of more than satisfied buyers of last fall know what a KRAFT SALE new new new new new Choice of entire lot of to carried over en Alpaca Coats and Blue Serge Coats and Vests Just the thing now for comfort at Profit Knocked out Straw Hats in all the correct shapes all at Some Discount Entire stock carried over choice Boys Long Pant Suits new new new and carried over to carried over suits Childrens Suits A large too thats the reason were knifing in all the new all at Greatly Reduced Prices Some carried over age 3 to to close Ai QC i in in two includes to All Socks in Tan and Fancy Genuine Mohair Shirts Five All the new accessories for welldressed men such as OUTING SUITS new styles LATEST and KRAFT CLOTHING Algona A SERIES OF PICNICS The Woodmen are a Jol this Week in Various GREAT CROWDS GATHER Excursions to Es and Corwith Run this The Woodmen in this section are having a series of very attractive programs this It is their and all connected with the order are enjoying them selves immensely as only Woodmen on such occasions know Tuesday the order had a big blowout at Fair mont and twentyfive or thirty from this vicinity went up to join in the Yesterday thirty went on the excursion to Estherville where they witnessed a great amount of fun and The parade was a magnificent spectacle and showed the order to be a surprisingly strong A great crowd assembled and the oc casion was one not soon to be forgot ten by those The vine people did themselves proud in making the event such a Cummins was one of the orators of the Today Corwith is making a demon stration for the order and a lot more of the members of our local lodge are there making merry with their brother choppers of the forest and hewers of logs on the Jack Erickson Married and John Erickson have received the news that their who had been clerking in a drug store at Mason City for a couple of years and who recently went to River was married at that place a few days and is employed at the Neblett drug The San Bernardino Sun says of the event A pretty wedding occurred Thurs day when Miss Minnie Mae Smith was united in marriage to John Erickson at the home of the brides Smith of West The bride but recently came from Mason and in the absence of her father she was away by her The groom is in the drug business in and at that city the newly married couple will After the which was per formed by Banham of the Highland Congregational the wedding party enjoyed Those present were and Nelson and Banham and Ward of The Same Old Miss Hanson of the Phoenix had a painful experience with kerosene gas Desiring to start a fire in the range quickly she poured in some which generated a lot of gas be fore she could light the flame blax ing up and burning her face Bancroft Bride and Groom and his bride re turned from their wedding trip yes afternoon and went direct to the Bushnell house for They found the table all set with a rusty oyster can full of onions on it and the little high chair close In the evening a crowd of girls came with toot horns and pans to serenade Boys then came to make music with other later people came to join in the fun The doctor and wife entering into the spirit of the occasion led the way to the Taylor candy a large crowd following which contained professional hired fashionable girls and Ice cream was served to all and a box of Miss White cigars passed Carriage trimming and shoe repair ing done right and at Clark Harness and ALGONA BANCROFT BUGGIES A Few Specials For You One Driving two Stan hopes latest two Driving Call this FARMERS Bargains in a Few THE COLLIS IMPLEMENT COMPANY Ball Game on Tuesday Won Easily by Former in Spirited DEFEATED BIT NOT HURT Umpire McDonalds Decision of 13 to 2 Was Accepted Without a In the ball contest Tuesday after noon the Algona lads had a walkaway in dishing up to the Bancroft boys goose eggs fried and browned on both At the end of the nine inning game the as ruled by umpire stood 13 to 2 in favor of our local The game was looked forward to with much anxiety by numerous parties in because only recently the Bancroft team defeated Algona in a setto by a score of 5 to This nar row margin in victory caused many to believe that the teams were even in ability as This fact made the game Tuesday all the more inter Both sides of course were eager for the victory and started in to but from some cause Bancroft failed to get to the front as the team had expected to do when the game was They were like Jack Kilrain who at the close of his fight with Sullivan telegraphed to his wife that he was defeated but not The members of the Bancroft team are gentlemen and accepted their de feat gracefully and without a mur We were unable to secure a complete official score of the but give the lineup of the two teams with a sum mary of the Algona lineup 2nd base 3rd base 1st base Bancroft lineup 1st base 3rd base and pitch pitch and 3rd base 2nd Runs Algona Bancroft Hits Algona Errors Bancroft Left on bases Algona Bancroft Hit by pitcher by Evans Isaacs Hubbard Strikeouts Evans Isaacs Hub bard Bases on balls Off Evans Isaacs Hubbard A large delegation from Bancroft came down to see the Among those whom we of whom were registered at the were Laid Mame Anton Sudmier and Cas Ray Griffin and Theodore Ja Jim Rube J Warrick and Washburn and Maude Blanche and Mabel Hay Peter Put Pat Higgins and Peter Didnt Mke Walt Richardson returned Sunday night from Portland and is now satis fled to remain so he has gone to work at the Anderson He was at Portland three weeks and it rained all the time he was He does not like that country a little bit and has no notion of going there He thinks a man can make a living here easier and live more comfortably than Going up from San Fran cisco on the boat he was sea sick and heaved all the Jonah there was in He doesnt want any more of that in He entertains his friends by telling them of his many experien ces which caused him to form a dis gust for the whole Pacific Stricken With Yesterday forenoon Chrischilles received a telegram from Lansing stating that her Henry was suffering from an apoplectic An hour later she received another saying that he was and Chrischilles and Theo left on the next train for Melander was seventy two years He had large business interests and was a man of influence in the community where he About ten years ago he served his district with distinction as state sen Had Fine Childrens day was very observed at the tional church last The exer cises were never liner on any similar occasion at that The entire program was Special music by the choir and by the various classes was an enjoyable The speak ing and class exercises were also enter The solo sung by little Grace Griggs is worthy of special Decorations of peonies and ferns in great profusion made the auditorium look unusually cheery and Terrific Race With Death was fast writes Ralph of describing his fearful race with as a result of liver trouble and heart which had robbed me of sleep and of all interest in I had tried many but had got no until I began to use Electric So wonderful was their that in three clays I felt like a new and today I am cured of all my Guaranteed at Conner drug store price Money uO Loan at 5 per We Have Moved To our new location TWO DOORS EAST OF THE and our larger and more convenient new quar ters make it possible for us to better satisfy your require ments in the jewelry We are exceedingly thankful for the confidence and trust re posed in us in the past and we shall continue in our efforts to serve you with Dingley The TWO WEEKS SESSION Teachers Institute Begins Next Monday With Full Corps of NYE LECTURES Belknapp Has Every thing Ready for Success ful Work All teachers and others interested are requested to bear in mind the fact that the teachers institute will begin next Monday at the central school building with a full corps of After several months in pre paring for the two weeks session Supt Belknapp has all his plans per and every detail for the work fully Algona will again be enlivened by the presence of the teachers of the county during the They are always welcome to this place and their stay will be made as comfortable as possible under the During the entire year no better class of people assemble for any purpose than those who have control of the youth of our county for the impart ing of They represent many a majority of which are among the best to be found in the the county superin tendent of Favette county who did service here last will be present to instruct in the use of the school and will be one of the stalwarts of the Miss Josephine Burling of the schools will also be here again to instruct in grammar or history and Her work last year was entirely Miss Charlotte Sweney of the Al gona who gave good tion last year in teaching primary will do the same line of work this year at the Miss Grace the teacher of music in our city will give in struction in that From what we have seen of her work we know that she will perform her part in a most satisfactory Miss Helen Wood of Bancroft will exemplify country school class work by the aid of attending She has had much experience in that line and she will have something of value to show her sister editor of the Western Penman has been engaged to give in struction in the methods of teaching He ought to be a good Examinations will take place dur ing the first two days of the Those who have taken the examina tion during the past year will be ex in all the branches in which fell below the average Those who are not present at the will be compelled to take the examination in all the One of the pleasing features of the session next week will be the lecture on Friday evening by Edwin the talented editor in chief of the Des Moines His subject will be Seein He is an eloquent platform lecturer and Js en by the press wherever he Carriage trimming and shoe repair ing done right and promptly at Clark Harness and Money to loan at live per FOR SALE Brown band The Don Almo cigar is better than Made by Holtzbauer and sold by all dealers at Seven year farm loans at five per Cleanse your system of all ties this Now is the time to take Rocky Mountain It will keep you well all 35 Tea or See Norton about your screen doors and Try Taylors vanilla ice with chopped A Creeping Blood poison creeps up towards the causing Belle writes that a friend dreadfully burned his it swelled up like blood But Arnica Salve drew out the healed the and saved his Best in the world for burns and Conner drug evening June by Hough a black derby hat somewhere between Calls bridge and the Walker Any one finding such an article will please return the same to the owner at the Bert Salisbury home on North Dodge THE The Delineator is always on hand for sale at my Leave your orders for It is the best fashion in the OTTO Why suffer with spring cross no no appetite Rocky Moun tain Tea will make you well and keep you 35 Tea or Money to loan at live per Dont let the children If they are peevish and give them Rocky Mountain The best baby tonic Strength and health follow its 35 Ask your dealer for Taylors Algona ice Money to Loan at 5 per Drilled Wells Tenth year of successful T am still in the Drill wells for ALL kind of work and any The only complete and relia ble well machine owned jn the Operated strickly by If you want a well get my Guarantee satisfaction water or no Estimates furnish ed on Wells re Call cm or
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