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Algona Courier (Newspaper) - September 4, 1914, Algona, Iowa IOWA SFJTKMBKR NUMBER 86 Algouas Best Clothes Store Wanted THnnA at SteeleS Clothing WEDNESDAY and and September 9th and at Tenthirty oclock M We have a surprise for Age from 8 to 12 we nave a big NVITATION TO FAIR VISITORS The Greatest Kossuth County Fair ever held in Algona besins next week Sent atVi rterhe hwndr1f KoS3Uth Fair tgo visft ourltot S ke t your he We will look after your Special attractions have been arranged There will be the largest crowds and Kossuth County has ever seen in thf Fairs history Thous ands of people from Kossuth and adjoining counties will Complete Fashions FOR WELL DRESSED MEN AND BOYS ARE NOW EXTRAORDINARY VALUES IN MENS NEW SUITS AND OVERCOATS Stylish new Fall Hats and You may not be readv to Winter Suit or Overcoat for some time but you surely are ready what the new styles are whilf assortments are at their We take pleasure in showiL JUST COME THE NEW You will expetl f buy but the readv JTta and values so aPParent that will be sure to remember us you da get COPYRIGHT 1914 THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER WE DEPEND UPON THE SHEER FORCE OF BFTTFR VALUES TO GAIN YOUR TRADE AND IT OUR COOPS ONCE BOUGHT WILL BRING YOU RACK LARGEST BECAUSE BEST la LOCAL Sauerkraut Day at Germania is re ported to have been a good deal of a success as There was a good crowd and a jolly but there was at least one unfortunate incident in an innocent bystander got a eye and some other contusions and lost his watch It seems that some fakir was running a wheel of fortune or some other such enterprise on the and a young man of the lown or country took the liberty to talk smart young connect all with the fake or some other young and the boas faker promptly knocked him Just then Leslie happened along and said to the faker that he should stop that kind of that he lived near that town and he was some fighter Immediately the faker struck Les 1 ltd and knocked him and on his getting up the knockdown argument was repeated and at the same time one supposed to be a broth er grasped Leslies vest and tore it of When the fracas was over the torn vest was found near by but the watch was A faker was arrested for the but 210 one could identify him as the man struck and at length he was discharged and no one was pun ched for the infraction of the The incident contributed to the enliv enment of the Aarvig of Riverdale came home last week from a two weeks visit in He was at Orton and a dozen other He pwns two quarter sections of land up there and went to iiee them apfl to size up the country more Stnall grain up that way is very it having been stricken by black but corn is Aarvig brought home three ears of corn that he took out of August Ker steins field near They are big and dented and about safe from He also brought a picture of Kersteins house and The house is a large located in a fine and the barn quite a good look ing We are glad to note that Kerstein is doing The August number of a Waterloo gives a whole page to Lloyd Wellendorf and his hog It gives a history of Lloyds hog raising and three pictures of his hogs and and in one of the pictures he appears It states that on ten acres of rough land he clears a year after allowing for rent and In the write up Lloyds is entirely and that may be all right as John doesnt need any but Algona folks imagine that deserves some credit for the Wellen dorf success in hog Alfred Peterson of Union township bought the old John Herman quarter section five years ago for an He improved it considerable and made money on it right and now he has sold it for per That is a big pile of easy And the buyer bought the a speculation and he is a good judge of values and finan cial he being none other than our Pet erson will come to town about March first will try lifein town for a The continental musical which fcored such a great hit in Berlin and other European will be seen for the first time at the Call Opera The book is by Paul the music by Jean and the English translation by George The comedy is saidtb be of the most wholesome var and the melodies are of the haunt ing In the Alma waltz which runs all through the is said to outrival the famous strain in The Merry Weber has en gaged a splendid cast to play Quinby and Alonzo Clark came up town Tuesday in Quinbys and at the corner near Quinbys store they ran right into a little stub and twist tiler named Pred Their hearts leaped to their they had killed a They stopped as quickly as pos sible and took Wentry from the the car and thinking him mangled and almost dead they loaded him into the auto and took him to the But the doctors at the hospital could not find a thing the matter with and in fact Fred never felt better in his He was mellow of mind and limber of body and was not hurt very but still could hardly If he had not been so mellow and so lim ber he might have been But in that case he would probably not have been run Anthony Bronson arrived in AJgona Monday from his home in It is seventeen years since Anthony and his brother Martin moved out and this is Anthonys first visjt He looks but he js still the same cranky old Martin died last He was 84 years of is now He had a busings here but came mainly see loff will hold a picnic and watermelon festival in Fer gusons Grove on Friday of this A basket dinner will be served at noon with watermelon free to all and a pro gram of games and sports will be giv en in the All members and friends of the church and the Sunday School are invited to unite in this holi Pat OConnor of Webster and three other gentlemen were in Algona Wednesday looking over the The wanted to rent land or to buy or We believe they made a dash into Minnesota from The Advance reports that Fred An county has bought an 80 acre farm near and will go there and live on it when his term of office He paid an acre for the Taylor will preach in the Methodist church next Sunday morn ing on The Grace of In the evening the sermon will be on The man who showed the best and the worst in his Licensed to wed Ray Isenberger and Cora Edward Hof and Lela Hugh Pierce and Maddalene Samuel Maurer and Leona The Courier is in receipt of a card from John dated at Glen stating that he and Urch were about to leave there for but would make a few short visits on the way and would be home in about two The east bound train Thursday morn ing repprted the coal sheds at Dickens to be afire as it passed that George has bought back the Spirit Lake Herald and has taken i charge of Editor Hassing sold out on account of ill Knudtsen of Swea City keeps a hotel and does a big but he drinks too and Knudtsen or someone made complaint and the county attorney sent Constable Bur bnu for him He appear ed before Squire Crowell Thursday morning with McMahon as his He pleaded guilty and was fined and but was given a lecture by Squire Crowell that ought to do him The Squire assured him that if he did not reform absolute ly he would be sent to Knoxville on the next Many people may not understand the a season ticket to the fair It admits a person any time and as many times as he wishes during the fair and costs only a Bancroft is advertising a great game of ball on the It styles it Wil oiT Gauls AH Nation Baseball See posters for further infor Ed Byrne of Illinois has come to Al gona to do shoe repair work for and he wants to rent a house or even rooms for his Season tickets for the Fair are on sale at the Algona State Price which admits the holder to the grounds as often as he sees Aykens has moved from Irvington to Gpddard and family are home from Clear School Books at Otto FOR or trade for my Percherpn stallion Phone FARM annual optional Adams THE COUNTY Everything is in Readiness for the Best County Fair in Attend Early and Make the Fair a Finan cial Success as Well as a Great Thousands of dollars have been added this year to the many thousands preceding years jn equipping the Kos suth County Fair with buildings and every other necessity for making it the fair of Northern Iowa and Southern Now it remains for thw people of Kossuth county and the great er territory that its fair represents to make it a financial The Fain Association is many thousand dollars m and a united and generous sup port by the people is absolutely neces sary to put the Fair on a sound finan cial basis and maintain it Left the people give the Fair such a as would give a big circus and all will be The circus takes our money away and leaves us little that ia of but the Fair is pur little that is contributed to it is taken and much of value is returned to the Pride in our county ami our our unexcelled lands arid un exampted should inspire every oaa lend a hand to tha County
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