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Upper Des Moines-Republican (Newspaper) - May 29, 1907, Algona, Iowa MAY 47 WllWi STEPL E Well in the Leadand Going lw m SSKii ms li Sis Spssi M mmm fiSfiKfs3f iiliv53 IKifevS Wa THAT is about the way it is with Steeles They are not only the leading line of fine garments for men in this but theyre ahead of everything all over the We dont know just why other makers cant make clothes as good as these theres no monopoly of all wool good tailor ing and correct But STEELE gets something into his clothes that others miss something we cant des but you want Its here for and our clothes are the only way to get STEELE ALGONA IOWA ENDIARY FIRE AT BURT ouvnes Store Building Complete destroyed Sunday Thompson Only Partially Covered by s was discovered at 6 oclock on iy morning in the Bourne on the north side of street in and the flames not subdued till 11 o as confined to the Bourne build Jd the Thompson build idioining it on the The ne building and the grocery of Watkinson Son which it con 1 were totally destroyed and the alls of the Thompson building burned The east walls left The harness stock 11 got out without About on the north side of the was moved out in anticipation spread of the The city plant had just been completed ie hose had not sa Progress in subduing the flames be made till the arrival of fire fs from Bancroft and ame supplied with sufficient uPply of water was ample and fessure was The spread fire was prevented by the corru iron covering of the Bourne But for this the whole north light have been swept 1 Algona detachment of fire fight as small but Doc Mur Grone Ray Laird went up on the ng which made the trip on and Dally was Wedged as the officer in com There is no more efficient fire ilQ in this part of the J rain of the day previous and of the forenoon made a great In the work of controlling the jTB and roof being damp ladles turned out and ser and sandwiohes to all who many of whom were called on we before having had break is must have or m W the basement and it is be e been There fire in w part of the three The base 18 divided a the middle by au east and west partition and the fire be gan in the north There is no outside door opening into this part of the but there are two win Bourne places his loss at about and he has The building was 22x72 feet and two stories and was covered with Bourne does not expect to but he says the lot is for The loss of Watkinson Son is placed at and the insurance is There was nothing saved out of the Thompson had insurance on his on his His losses are understood to be well He may replace his building with a onestory THESE PUT UP to the Puiid lor the Erec tion of Amphitheater u tlle Kos suth County Fair Following are the names of the per sons who subscribed apiece to the fund for the erection of the amphicbe ater Emil Susie State Bank and Phil Whittemore Chrischilles Ex Wads Chubb Lathrop Irrna Ambrose Algona Ban croft E W Myron Union township Julius MAT LOSE TITONKABUET EOUTE Only Bid Sent In fo THo Department Considered Too The government has offered pet year for carrying the mails from Burt to every day including Sun says the There has been but one bid for the contract and that bid went in for Ad vices from Burt state that if there can be no one employed to carry mail on the route at that rate that Titonka and Burt people may lose the star route June It behooves every in terested in the service to write the de partment and do what you can to keep the service WORK FOR UNITED STATES Laid Out in Memorial Day Sermon Sunday Morning1 by A New Epoch Opened for America Republic by SpanishAmeri can There was a great audience at the Congregational church Sunday morn ing on the occasion of the annual memorial the house as usual being The patriotic headed by the Grand filed down the aisle to the music of March ing Through Georgia from the or There was a good representa tion of Grand Army Women of the Relief Ladies of the Sons of Veterans and members of Company F of the national Pastors Spray and Porterfield of the Methodist and Baptist churches oc cupied seats on the platform and as sisted in the opening services and a large choir rendered apprQpriate se The sermon by Holmes was from the text He loveth our Its central thought was the large part that has been committed to the United States in spirit political and material conquest of the The beginnings of our national the speaker are not obscured by or nor involved in any un We know who the men from the earliest who founded the and where they came from and what their lives The whole fabric of our institutions was disclosed in the he is a conquering From the cabin of the Mayflower were an nounced principles of inconceivable into which the declaration and the emancipation proclamation and the charter rights of free govern ment were We have come now to a time of rapid The past century has seen greater trans formations than did the thousand years that preceded The average man who is alive now sees more and lives more in his span of seventy years than did Methuselah in bis thousand years of Our race is moving onward in its conquest of the world for liberty and Up to the war with Spain we had not got beyond a conti nental That war abolehed the frontier and we entered upon a new The theater of struggle nov is in the east and the prize is the domination of the Hawaii and the Phillippines are the keys of discovery aad the navy have abolished distance and made the Philippines contiguous ter The AngloSaxon race is now con scious of its The end of its struggle must not be for gold or for territorial aggrandizement but must be for the material betterment and the moral and religious uplift of the MILWAUKEE BUSINESS MEN Will Visit Algoua on Their Animal Excursion Next The Merchants and Manufacturers Association of Milwaukee will make its annual business excursion next month through northern Iowa and southern The itinerary calls for visits at Mason Clear Emmetsburg and Spencer on the 17th of The trip to be made is not in the nat ure of a holiday but is in tended to bring the visitors into closer relations with the business men of the towns along the It is expected that some sort of reception will be ar ranged and it will be incumbent upon Algona to be PABALYZED BY Sou of Judge Cojrle Meets ttltu A Serious Judge Coyle was called to his home in Humboldt iast week from Emmets where he was holding by news of a serious accident to his son nineteen years The Hum boldt Independent says of the accident Monday morning1 as Clyde Coyle was trimming a tree fifteen to twenty feet from the ground in the rear of the Coyle residence he overbalanced and fell from the ladder to the alighting upon his shoulders and and rendering him for the time He was carried inside and assistance Although every aid possible has been extended to date he remains with the whole body from the neck down nearly every natural function It is sincerely hoped by the large of friends who are earnestly the case that relief may be very A GOSPEL OF FREE GIVING Preached to Algona Graduates at the Church Sunday Spray Uiftes tlio Duty of Service Upon Young Scholars in au Able Spray delivered the bac calaureate sermon in the church Sunday night to the Algona high school class of who attended in a as did the high school facul while the board of trustees was represented by some of its Freely ye have received freely was the Spray said the youth of today has received free ly in being placed in a rich and in having the blood of a libertylov ingf race in his He is rich in the personal endowment of sound fac He is rich in the literature with which he may cheaply store his library and in the new acquisitions of knowledge and the fruit of discovery and invention of the present He has received freely in the privilege of a transition period in religious in which change in beliefs is not attended by any lessening of con viction in the fundamental truths of and in which the pick of the acheologist furnishes its sufficient comment upon destructive Gods purpose in his free gifts to men is that men may make them a blessing to The American people have been enriched that they may become princely givers to the But the youth is face to face with the temptation to become an ab sorber and not a In the field of literature he is tempted to become a in the social world of pleasure a and in the field of religion a sentimentalist and always absorbing bub never In Gods plan thethinga most desirable in human life andchar acter can only be given to those who give in unselfish service for The sermon concluded with very effec tive quotations from the Vision of Sir JAMESTOWN Low rates daily via The Northwes tern Line until liberal return variable and stopover affording an opportunity to visit New Niag iara Falls and various sea coast and mountain Direct connections in Chicago with all lines For particulars apply to any agent of The Northwestern PLANTS Celery and Tomatoes DIFFERENT VARIETIES Also FLOWERS for Beds Nice Assortment of PANSDBS AH is Bydi Bloom August Huenhold JM
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