The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on August 12, 1891 · Page 7
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 12, 1891
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NEW REAL ESTATE FIRM! Danson Bros, & A, Hutchison, Call on us we, have for you. Those wishing to sell will do well to list their land with us. We have now for sale 15, Of Wild and Improved Land I have received part of my Fall Stock, consisting of Ov- ercoatings, Dress and Business Suitings, Coat and Vest Goods, also a good assortment of Trousering. Kemember that all kinds of Woolen goods, in spite of Democratic tariff talk, will be sold as cheap as ever and some cheaper. Fall Overcoating will be sold at a reduction just now. Cloth for Boys' Suitings and Ladies' Jackets will be kept in stock. Cutting and repairing will receive prompt attention, and all work done up in a fashionable manner and according to shape. Look! Five per cent, off for cash on all goods except sugar. Light Brown Sugar, 1>5 Ibs. for Granulated Sugar, 21 Ibs. for Sweet Corn, 3 cans for Peas, 3 cans for String Beans, 3 cans for Strawberries, 2 cans for Salmon, 2 cans for Tomatoes, 10 cans for Crystal Rice, 22 Ibs. f or Kice, 22 Ibs. for Good Coffee, 4 packages for 4 Crown Raisins, 13 Ibs. for English Currants, 14 Ibs. for Regular 35c. tea, 6i Ibs. for Sal Soda, 10 Ibs. for $1.00 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.00 1.00 1.00 .96 1.00 1.00 1.00 .25 SHOES Of which I have a good line. Men's Shoes from 95 cents to $3.50 and Ladies Shoes and Slippers from 30 cents to $1.35 in Slippers and from $1.85 to $3.00 in Shoes. Men's Overalls from 35 cents to $1.00; Shirts 85 cents to $1,00. BOUT THE CREAMERY FAILURE The forecloRufe of a Mortgage Compel* the Wnllncp & Heed Creamery Firm to Suspend Opcratlonn, The Wallace & Reed creamery firm have failed in the sum of about W2.000, i feeling of sympathy is felt by every- >ne for these gentlemen. They were he very first to introduce the creamery msiness into this county, beginning in he old way of sending teams out on different routes and gathering up the jream. Every improvement in the way of furthering the dairy interests >f the county was eagerly sieved by hem and introduced into active ser- ice. The value of their work to the lairy business of the county can hardy be estimated. They were the first ;o introduce the cream separators and hey started several branch factories. One 'of the primary causes of their ailure was the multiplicity of the co- iperative creameries, cutting off thqir jatronage and narrowing their terri- ;ory. Mr. Wallace tells us that he loses sverything he has. Anew stock company has been organized with the fol- owing officers: A. D. Clarke, presi- lent; J. B. Ilofius, secretary; J. C. Blackford, treasurer; D. King, M. B. "lhapin and J. C. Blackford; directors. The new company will take full charge of the creamery property and continue die business. It appears that the sixteen persons who form the new company had loaned the firm of Wallace & Reed some money and it is their inten- ;ion as soon as they realize their money out of the creamery to turn the same back into the hands of Mr. Wallace. Mr. Wallace is at present working for the new company, putting in most of his time at Renwick, and it is his expectation to remain with them. SENATORIAL CONVENTION. In addition to five per cent, off for I will give a fine Folding Work Table, size 80x88 mokes, standing 86 inones fcigfc, and all hard wood, worth $S,5Q, to everyone buying $i5,OQ worth of goods at my store; which is equal to 12 per cent, off for cash, Give me a trial as my goods are first-qlass in every respect, Thanking you all for past favors. Send your children they will be jserved as yourself. Eemember the Special Sho© Bale, Saturday, August 15th, and that it is no trouble to stipw our goads. I to that Will Pay To look at Just read what follows and then reflect: McCORMICK Harvesting Mach. Co., Establ'd. J. I. CASE Threshing Machine Co A. A. COOPER, Iowa's Pioneer Wagon Maser, P. P. MAST & CO., Cutivators, Seeders, etc. JAMES SELLY & CO., Corn Planters, etc. D. S. MORGAN & CO., Clipper Mowers HEARST, DUNN & CO., Planters, etc. DALY MANFG CO., Disc Pulverizers, JOHN DEER & CO., Plows, etc. J. R. JONES, - - ... 1831. 1842 1840. 1843. 1850. 1834. 1865; 1854. 1870. The senatorial convention held at Emmetsburg last Friday was called to order at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. The temporary organization, -which was after-wards made permanent, placed C. W. Grim, ol ! Etnmet county in the chair and B. B. Warren of Kossuth, at the secretary's table. On the first informal ballot Senator Punk, and Mr. McAllister each received 17* votes the remaining votes being divided between Col. Orrnsby and M. L. Brown. The first formal ballot gave Senator Funk 37 votes and his nomination was made unanimous. The following resolution was adopted: Resolved. That the Republican delegates of the Forty-seventh senatorial district, in convention assembled, do heartily endorse the platform of the Republican state convention, adopted at Cedar Rapids, July 1, 1891, and pledge the nominee of this convention to support the same. We appeal to the intelligence of the people to win victory i'or our party at the coming November election. THE COUNTY NEWS. JOUOIiUKSI'ONDKNTS.—All COITfSUOHdeilCe lor the ItKruitucAx should reach this office not later than Tuesday evening. Please bear this in mind. All communications to the BRPUKUOAK— Including news letters—must be signed by the author to insure publication. JMiNTON. Special Correspondence. FENTOX August 10.— Isn't this good corn weather? Everybody is stacking grain. J. L. Reed spent last Sunday at Cylinder. H. P. Hanson is building a new house. Ernest Moral is doing the work. Mr. Weisbrodt is remodeling his house some, Mrs. J. C. Christensen is on the sick list. A stranger from Hardin County, when near Fred Dehnarts, got thrown out of the wagon and was hurt very badly. He bad two doctors from Whittemore last night, and they report no bones broken. WHITTESIOBE. Special Correspondence. WIUTTEMOUE August 13.— Whittemore has organized a brass band, and now when we celebrate; our music will be supplied by home talent. Mrs. G. E. Williams has been quite sick but is better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oswald living four miles north of town, buried a little girl last Sunday, the little one was only sick a few days. The bereaved parents nave the sincere sympathy of their friends in their sad ftliction. There is considerable sickness now in that vicinity, especially among children. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hotelling are visiting relatives at Mason City tnis week. Our church and- Sunday school attendance was unusually slim Sunday, on account of so maqy of so many of our people going on the excurstonto Spirit Lake. There were more than seventy-live tickets sold here. Everyone came home in good order and reporting & pleasant trip. The Misses Hotelling are entertaining a young lady cousin f roni Mason City. Harvesting is nearly finished io onr vicinity, The recent hot days, and nights are just the thing for corn. Fred Munch made a quick trip \o West Bend Sunday evening, After looking over the foregoing- list of Manufacturers and Dealers, all of whom are represented by the man who pays the freight,, you cannot fail to appreciate the advantages you can reap by buying your implements of the Oldest Implement House in northern Iowa. I represent the best goods made in each department. The Ladle's Aid Society meets next Thursday afternoon with Mra. J. E. Beattie. Something should be done to raise the Pastor's Salary. Mrs. Alex Whits of Algon*, accompanied by her father and mother, visited Mrs. C. C. Samson last Wednesday. There will he covenant meeting next Thursday evening, n, full attendance of the members is requested in order to transact business. WJSSLEY. Special Correspondence. WESLEY, August 11.—H. E- Barrett, of Staples, Minn., is visiting his brother, Z. Barrett. Eighty-one of our people took advantage of the excursion to Spirit Lake last Sunday. Bender Bros. & Co., of Spencer, are building a warehouse here. They will also build a hay barn and go into the hay business as soon as the barn is completed. G. W. Eddy returned Tuesday morning from Detroit. He reports a glorious time at the G. A. R. encampment. Miss May Norton, who has been visiting her parents at Hampton the past two weeks, returned Monday. Wesley's building boom still continues. The carpenters are at work on McPherson's new store. It is to be a two story building. T. C. Walton is having the Sherman House repapered and lixed up generally. W. T. Breen is doing the work, which insures a good job. The foundation for the new Catholic school building is completed. The building is to cost about $7,000. Wesley is the best hay market in the county. A fearful accident took place near here last Saturday night, resulting in the death of Peter Johnson, of Corwith. About fifteen young couple had driven over from Corwith to attend the dance, and on their return home Johnson, who it is said was intoxicated, lost one of his lines and reaching for it fell over the dashboard, receiving a kick from one the horses which broke his neck, killing him almost immediately. This space is reserved for Dr L. K. Garfield, who will sell IT any bicycle not represented by the worms on the shade trees. Mr. and Mrs. Stiles, of Emmetsbnrg, have been over to see Mr. Munch. Wm. Haudke and family have left for unknown. J, T, Wichler is talking of building a residence. lioii Lillibridge is threshing and reports his oats averaging forty bushels to the acre, Cut down the weeds, and mow the grass along the sidewalks. Heattie is having a good trade. It pays to advertise. Miss«s Lizzie and &Qnto OJwiscbille we pertaining a ^STTXTT F. L PARISH ani Tin S PECIAL ATTENTION will be given to all kinds of repaMne. includiuK Tinware. Gas- kinds of reputing, includiug Tiuware, Gas es, <3m)8j Pumqs and Clothies wrlng «I D ^ — oline Stoves era. Am aJL. do plumbing Tin rooliug. J all kinds ot wo aouse. ,,.„,,.„ ,„ ,,„„ Ju Furnaces and „ Uas Pipe llttiug. Iron aud unpt attention will be given to la ray Hue. South of court F. L. PARJ8H, l>« made in e ujoatlis os, Charts autl W»H Free CityDeLivery Ambrose A. Cal1> D. H. Hutcliins, J. C. Blockford, President. Vice-President. Cashier. FARM yoa^-SK^Sa^;!;:^^,,^^ .S^iSS 1 *\|r\|VI jo* 11 or any part thereof in even tfinii ai ;uiy liitie wlien interest-falls one. rills Is Iowa Money, and no si'rwid'niortp:ij{e or coupons are i -*•». . .. . ~. taken. This plan of niakinu n lomi will nimblo the borrower to rp 1 O A M Q Uae f nlsmortotfje at „,„. ttllie .„„, S!lV( .. tllp „ te .'^ t 011 the amount L.WMIYO.. P*" 1 - Money funiltiJied at inn-.-mi pweoi utie. O.-il! "u or address, H. HOXIK, Alyona, Iowa. M. Z. GROVE. JOHN " LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE STABLE. Best of Horses and Carriages. otTUorlugton House. . z> GROVEi MANAGER . I ml tan War News. One of the most potent factors in causing the close of the Sioux War was the promise of the government to make suitable provision for the maintenance of the Indians, and in the agreement finally signed YoHng-Man-Afraid-of His Horses especially stipulated that a full supply of Halter's Barb Wire Liniment be provided, as it was the most wonderful remedy they had ever used on their horses. For sale by Dr. L. A. Sheets. THE YELLOWSTONE PARK LINE; The Northern Pacific Wonderland embraces a list of ati-actions simply unequalled. The Twin Cities of St. 'Paul and Minneapolis at the head of, navigation on the Mississippi, Puluth, Ashland and the Superiors at the head of Lake Superior; to the westward, the Lake Park Kesion of Minnesota, the Bed Elver Valley of the Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park. Bozeman and the Gallatlu Valley. Helena and Butte, Missoula and the Bitter Koot valley. Clark's Forlc of the Columbia, Lakes Peud d' Oreille and Coeur d' Alene, Spokaue Cltv and Falls, Palouse, Walla Walla, Big Bend and Yaktma agricultural districts. M.t. Taooma and the Cascade Mountains, Tacoma, Seattle, Puyallup Valley, Snoqualnie Falls Puget Sound, the Columbia Itlver, Portland and the Willamette Valley, Gray's Harbor and City Willapa Harbor and City »£ South Bend, Victoria on Vancouver's Island, Alaska on the north, aud California on the south. The Northern Pacific runs two dully express trains with. Dining Car aud complete Pullman Service between 8t. Paul aud Tacoraa and Portland, via Helena aud Butte with Through Tourist aud Vestlbuled Pullman Sleepers from and to Chicago via Wisconsin Central, and first class through sleeping car service iu eon- nection with the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul By. Passeugei-s from the east leaving St. Louis iu the forenoon and Chicago in the afternoon, will make close connections with the uiorniug train put of St. Paul at 9;oo a. m. following day ;leaving Chicago at night, connection wiu be made with TraJu No. i, leaving St.Pavrt 4:15 the next afternoon. Yellowstone Purlt Season, Juno 1st to October 1st. District Passenger Ageuts of the Northern Pacific Kailroad will take pleasure Iu supplying information, rates, maps, time tables, etc.. or application can be made to CHAS, S. F»K, G. p. A., st Paul, Minn. , Write to above address for the latest and best map yet published of Alaska-just out. .Ask my agents for W. L. Douglas Shoe*, .t not for Bale in. your place n»ls your ilcaler to send for catalogue, sccuvc ijio titfcucy, ami Ret them for you. C3T TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. .MS Wonderful Succesp. Two years ago the Haller Prop. Co. ordered their bottles by the box-Haow they buy by the carload. Among $e popula^ a»d successful remedies %ey prepare is. Sailer's Sarsaparilla & Burdock whieb, is the most wonderful blood purifier fcnowo. No dryggiet hesitates, tq this remedy. For • ' ?.. M ifc-,t ,*.itela DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CENtC^lvieN THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? It is n seamless shoe, with uo taeks or wax tUrcoil to hurt the feet; made of Hie beat nuo culf/gtylisii aua easy, and because we make more shoi'ntiif thlii article than ana atluir manufacturer, It uu uals Uoiul- Bewed shoes costing from S4-W to $5.UU. ^"^ <BR UO (»euiiiuo HaiifUtiovvd, the finest calf «P*Vs shpe ever offered tor 6B.iWt equBj* Vi-euch IinportecVshoes which cost from »J.O I to firflw. StA Oft Iln.ii<).H«wp<l U'clt Slide, Sue calf, »*». stylish, comfortaWa ami aurablo.rTlie liest • shoo ever offered at this price; same erswe as c'us- toiii-mailo Hlipes costing from Stf.W to Sil.^ ffi"* SO Police Khoef I'armers, itajfeond Hen *p<9, aucl iKitter Carriers a] 1 wenrWin Hue calf, seamless, smooth luslde. heavy tureo sScs extBii- Slou edwe. One pair will wear » year. •"• •"! 50 flue calf» no better shoe ewsr-o^Tcj-ad at Yi 10 -**?^ * sllo . e *8 r comfort and Kei-vjie. K ° S ° ffiea i?5 mid S-i.OO \Vi»vk«i««Mtti!'« "Hops 5»«i» are very strong oud durub)£ /Those wUo hsu-o given them a trlul wm wear S^ber nuTkv. K(t\VG> »«.00 mid 81,7,5 HOttool shoes am on their merits,' -.OO ami Sl.7.5 ,wornbythebo}-8ever ither iniilw. il shoes am irei tlj ' " ny. best Imported shoes L.n<ii«*'. SJ F, S, Stough,

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