21 july 1899 algona courier

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21 july 1899 algona courier - ALGONA, IOWA, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1890. 25 25...
ALGONA, IOWA, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1890. 25 25 each.. 10 15 EXCHANGE CULLIMS. Local Happenings of the Week' and What the Papers Say, Railroad News, Accidents and Personal Items of Interest About Tom, Dick and Harry. w The Hurnboldt Independent reports that Mr. and Mrs. Cornick, of Livermore, and their daughter, Mrs. P. C. Hanna, late of San Juan, Puerto Rico, were Humboldt visitors lust Saturday. Mrs. Hanna is in the best of health and indicates that, the Spanish war has agreed with her personally. Our good friend has had many bits of adventure—some quite exciting or might have been exciting to one more nervous. Our Livermore girl, however, made quite a mark for her cool headedness and bravery under strong tension and the most dangerous and fateful conditions. We are all proud of her and her level beaded husband. Mr. Hanna will be at home for a time in Livermore, in August and September. The Estherville Vindicator reports that another serious accident by which a ten year old son of F. C. Reid, of Estherville, lost part of his left hand occurred last Thursday forenoon. Mr, Reid is working on the railroad grade about three miles north of town and has his family with him. The boy in his play found a quantity of dynamite which was used by the graders and session there. Just wait until Algona gets her resort completed and we'll knock the spots oil of such one horse summer resorts as Spirit Lake and Humboldt. The B. C. R. &N. road is to be extended from Armstrong to Estherville this season. There will be two stations between Armstrong and Estherville, one will be on section 11, Center township, and the other on section 14, Swan Lake township. The LuVerne News says that it is understood that Editor Ellis of Swea City will be a candidate for the republican nomination for treasurer. The indications are that there will be the usual large number of applicants before the coming republican conyen- tion. Germania is a burg of lightning business changes. One day last week M. O'Rourke sold his livery barn, T. J. Rick disposed of his barbership, and as the dividends of the Gerrnania newspaper were not sufficient to sus- ain two editors in luxury B. C. Ellsworth sold out to his partner. A five year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miller, of near Cylinder, swallowed a round tin whistle which odged in the throat, and three Emmetsburg doctors were employed to make an incision in the child's throat to get the whistle out. The Corwith Hustler last week reported that the grade of the Iowa Central was completed from Belmond to the M. & St. L. right of way at Corwith. The steel has been laid to Kanawha and it is expected that the track layers will reach Corwith this week, The Forest City Press says: "Ak'o- na is putting nn lots of style these

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  1. Algona Courier,
  2. 21 Jul 1899, Fri,
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