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Buffalo Center Globe (Newspaper) - April 27, 1899, Buffalo Center, Iowa CENTER BUFFALO WINNEBAGO APRIL TIMES LATEST PRODUCTIONS Are all found in our Hew stock of Grandly display in style and Every piece of furniture carrying with itself the convincing proof that in its purchase you save Your purse will respond quickly when you see the splendid gains we offer in our special line of All all all use all low in Never have we been able to secure an assortment so well adopted to the wants and requirements of our Should you ask yourself where you can buy the cheapest and best at this this is an opportunity that you should not fln opportunity to lost what you fit a Come and look at our They will please speak for Senate a flue cigar at Will was an Armstrong visitor Becker was a Forest City isitor Eoss Wescott arrived Friday after oon from his Iowa City of registered at the Wednesday of last The Crackerjack corn planter can be jund at The simplest a farmer living near Lake was a visitor at this place Thurs Matt Richardson was over Thursday Algona looking after interest at lis Peter a prosperous near did business at iis place Hardy and thrifty strawberry plants or sale by Going at cents per Samuel children and Miss Celia spent Sunday with the Toble family at Nils of was up last being called here by the death of is He returned homo Secor and Attorney Pangburn vere at Forest City being called here on account of the Baker bauk leaving shoes for re irs at my shop must take them away of 80 days or I will sell them Thore one of Lincoln town hips most progressive farmers is busy hose days eroding one of the largest larns in that part of Saturday was a busy day for our and business The armers turned out and he counter jumpers were kept ust what they the big merchant at Bcl has announced himself a candidate or in the ock Tiede will make a fight and prove a stern contest uit for the who has been living tear Rake for several is now 11 resident of He was in town made the GLOBE a call and or loved hh to I want thu Buffalo Ceuter news and tbo GLOBE Friday evening a fractious team be to made lively a on cruising for a short 10 one was only a badly broken buggy and damaged hainess was the Look a hovit Last week wo that Pomeroy received a shipment of boxes roni the factory and of course onr cur had to be satisfied and the result A this expects to have an un usual large crop of strawberries this year and is preparing to meet the The supreme court of Iowa has again decided for the Board of Supervisors in the big ditch which settles it It has also affirmed the decis ion of the lower court in the case of State vs and Jim will have to take his a year in the pen His partner in who was convicted at same has served his sentence and is At about 12 oclock last Thursday eve ning an attempt was made to set lire to the Madison hotel at While showing a belated gueat to his the night clerk noticed a light in an un occupied room on the second floor and upon stopped to investigate the Entering the room he dis covered that the matress had been ig and was burning He seized a bucket of water and put out the Further search developed that the liend had poured the contents of a kerosene lamp upon the bed cloth drawn the applied a light ed match to the matress and then made his Every circumstance connected with the plot shows conclu the guilty person had cooly planned the destruction of both property and life for the hotel was filled with guests at the Landlord Town send has no idea who should contemplate Clarion is to have a Men John Cain was a business visitor at Thompson Albert of Forest came up Thursday for a of Forest was in the city last Clarance of Snn dayed with friends at this Mike of Lake Mills was over the latter part of last week on Some choice strawberry plants for sale at 25 cents per hundred at Bennett of came up Thursday and will stay with his brother this FOR RENT A good residence proper ty VARLAND Joseph of Swea was down Business and the fair sex being the Anderson and daughter accompanied by Eka and Wallace Sterl ing were Friday afternoon passengers for Swea of Forest has es a lumber yard at of that place is to have charge of the Last Saturday Hugh rented his building on Main Street to of Forest who is to put in a Racket store about the first of The Dysart Grain Company is prepar ing to build an elevator at they having only a storing bin at Zuill of this place is to have charge of the After a year of sightseeing on his trip around the world Thompson returned last Monday to the dearest place on and was heart ily greeted by his numerous The trip in many respects was an ideal and has given him a fund of in formation that could be obtained in 110 other He brought home with him many mementoes of the different scones and experiences he passed through He has about 1800 different views which he took with his four of which he prizes most They are four pos tures of Admiral Dewey which he took on board the Flagship Thompson is one of the very few whom the Admiral has so highly Forest City Ou April Nerby drove to Lake Mills and put up his team at was around day and in the evening was under the of and went to sleep in one of stalls in the While ly ing there he was robbed of a gold watch and jli or in Sus was at once directed to several and eventually Collett and Calhonn were placed under Both appeared before Mayor last Saturday for but took a change of venue to Justice and the trial came off Saturday after Butlor appearing for Ear and Borland and Chap man for acting for County Attorney The case against Earl was dis missed for lack of In the Col lette case several witnesses testified thai he had asked then to go with him anc got sonic money of a man that was laic but and Streeter testified that ho had found Collette in the stall with Norby and made him go afterwards three or four parties went in the stall and found that watch was Justice gave his opinion that not enough evi donee was produced to bind him over and on Monday to which time the case was Collette was dismissed Public sentiment seems to go against the dismissal of the case as being too radica a ruling in face of so much evidence together with of Collets which was not admitted Deuison however felt that there should bo more direct evi dence other than this statement and fel that he would not be warranted in binding Collett over to the grand jury County Attorney Gordon came over yesterday and was interviewed last evening and while not criticizing motiv es in the yet differs materially from Justice Gordon gave as his opinion thai there was enough evidence to warrant binding Collott over to the grand jury such a dastardly Earth City Intrigued to prevent his having ftt the next term of The saintlike with which Ou boing Uncharged Collett coin bore up under this was a loft on tho 0 Ml trait In his Something t tho Marshal was made him very It wa not but certainly adulation had no part In and to notify tho County at Forest was also interviewed in Tho Empress of Japan has the matter and expressed himself thor accorded to none of her satisfied with his ruling and says She Is allowed to eat at thit will bo sustained in court anywhere same table with the and li Lake consults her in regard to political mnj traveling men registers The Empress is fond of tho last Wednesday back and also exercises a day in her private SEVEN SHORT AGO THE NEW STORE I cast its bread upon the waters at Buffalo That we made no mistake is shown by our re which have been an hun dred This is the result of selling uptodate merchandise at right representing goods just as they SELLING FOR CASH and living up to our every SH a e a 0 e e o a e e o 9 9 e e 9 9 We show an elegant at a wide range in the newest products are works of and will be worn very much this Our wash goods were allbought before any and we also secured the choicest Come and look over our wash no trouble to show k of woolen dress trimming braids includes all staple besides latest novelties in the market and is the cleanest uptodate stock in the show a complete line of Gents shirts from a fancy shirt at 50 cents to a nice silk front just the tiling for Ol II stock of Hosiery and summer underwear are all in and we feel confident we can suit you C CJC We on our line is new and upto buv Of and can and will sell you same shoe for less money or better shoe for same A full line of and rubber we sell rubber boots at from to per f We show a fine line 2 of Serge and Clay f at the very low est prices consistent with good fit ting and well made Our Chil drens three piece vestee suits are beau and are going Come early be fore assortment is W The Tycoon tea our bulk od coffees are making a reputation for our grocery well they for no better goods are on the Tho same applies to Bengal canned Once you try them you always buy A full line of dried and all staple and fancy groceries constantly on Skinners Best Flour Skinners Choice Patent No better flour I Yours for
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