The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on November 14, 1894 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 14, 1894
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r ; ' "~" -. J I -' ', \ VOL XXIV, ALOONA, KOSHtJTti OOtJftl% IOWA* Wt^ESDAY, K 14, 1S94. HO, 7. ' ¥' "^ i%#' as Clwi UP TO DATE * * * 150 CLOAKS -FOB— THURSDAY HORNING, TO BE CLOSED OUT At Prices Nero Before |fade,< ALL MUST GO, ""! CALL AT ONCE. -.- • "i THE FUNSIPTER SYSTEM. Tlie jones & Stacy FloUriHg Mill Now in Pettect and Successful Operation— Its Product is not Sutpassfcdi Kossuth County Fine tiour, Made Kossuth County's Hat d W heat,shbuld be Exclusively Used by the Kos- auth county People. of Tue Jones & Sta«i 1'ialisiitei MilL How JLI suouessiui operation uuu lull is U'Oducl, as uii dticitiro, ia sola in works periecuj anu u wuo nave givtu it a a tao u«st/ik»ur placed atid will be ready to st*itt in a few days, it will be ii fine ttlJtl, tiot second to atiy iti its equip* iij<?tit. arid when once its wheels begiH to tnfh we shall give out readers ati account of it. ElfiHt thei-e is eight taile of iffatp in ttbltttihet I have for sale, afrd that is why it wears lotiRer than any othef blanket, on thematket. My, doots ate opefiiRll dav and evening. Gall and exanjitie. Tin; ladies Will dfo Well to cttll and see my fancy house tftats in tfiy new inflation> opposite the post of* flee.—D. B. A VET?. &-1 LOW EXGU8SION RATES, ONLY SO.OO TO Commencing Tuesday, We are Ofl^ting a Job Lot of Book Cases AND- Nov. 13th f and each Tuesday thereafter during-the winter Reason, the B. C. R. N. IVy. will run a f£ /^W \ A *• tf " CrofkeryL '.A.S/IV (•;'*• i '"• ? -''- »/'- ' pltuisUlei', a JJJBCU ui inucumeo about aiJU smipuoi a piano cus,e and iiiBidt) \SILU about us delicate uiid. luecuaiiisui, vvuluu is one 01 the most useiui 1'ucuut products ol inventive genius, it vsui'Ka as tiiougb- yObsessed'ol aiilglioi'dtsr oi intelligence,, and yet witu tue exactness ot automatic action, it is ID. lact u sifter, and vvoi'Ks ou a puiie, and its uatue uutur- aiiy becomes oy a very sligut coiiti'uc- tion,l J lausiHer.; It is tue essential luc- tor in tue newest system of taking the place ol the machinery oi the ordinary mill, auoL doing the work of. six ordiuary reels. The plaiisilter which has beeu installed in tliis uull has a*-capacity ot one hundred, barrels of flour per day. Tlie mill tnrouuuout is supplied witu every modern appliance lor milling. - T.ue machinery, vviiien is all new, is. eq,ual to tlie best in u&e iu.tbe Wasiibtwm and Fillsbury inilis ac Miuueapolis'and the mill will do j,ust as good work as any other mill in existence. The oai? tlii:- fe'reuceisiu the capacity of the mill and the quantity of possible product. The two flouving mills ot Algoua will uave a capacity for turning out 150 to 200 barrels per day, and will be able to supply every inhabitant of Kossutb.county with Hour the' year around. Kossutu county,too, is able to raise all the vybeat neces&ary for tbe manufacture of tliis flour, and as good wheat as can. be raised anywhere. With these facts in mincj, the people of Kossutli.county should patronize the product of their ownsoiFand their own mills. They can save a great deal of money by buying the flour at first hands and so avoiding big commissions and they can Bell their wheat just as high at home as it will, bring iu-^he Chicago market. Tlte Wilson mill has nearly all its. Phillips Tourist Sleeper to California and western points. -TliJ) sleeper will be attached to train No. a, which leaves Albert Lea 3 p. m., daily, except Sunday, and will I'un via the main line, stopping at all boitits between Albert Lea aim Cdlumbus Junction. JA'om Columbus Junction the route is via- C., R. I. & P. R'y to. Kansas City and Ft. Worth, Texas, From this point the Texas & Pacific R'y will take thocartoBlPa^o, whi'reit will Be deliv- ered'to the Southern Pacidc for Los Angeles aud San Francinco, arrivb^g at Los Angelea 7 p. m., the following Saturday. This is the best Winter Route, owing to the low altitude and 1 delightful, southern climate. N.o>sno\v OP severe cold weather. The rate per berbh on this ear to Los Angelos or Sun Francisco Is only *6 from points Albert Lea to Cedar Rapids, and $5.50 from points South of and including Cedar Rapids. The sleeper is fully equlp- E ed with bedding, carpets, tables, etc., and as upholstered, seats. A colored porter accompanies each car for the purpose of making,,up berths, keeping the car clean, etc., anda sdecial manager goes through with each car and ha*personal charge of the party. Second class tickets are accepted in this car. If you are conteinplat- ing,a trip to California, address the undersigned for folders giving full particulars of this .system-.-of travel which combines cheapness, comfort, safety and speed. J. MORTON, G. T. & P. A., Cedar Rapids, la. Writing Desks Very We are also prepared to give SIDE BOARDS, CHAMBER PARLOR GOODS. bargains in SUITS and Gall and loook our Stock over wken in need of FURNITURE. ......... We &';ViYr '*$*£ jabyiV - ^" Don't fail to examine it; everything in the latest designs. Call and we-will show you something that is sure to please*: We also -call your atten*. tion to APPLES—another carload of those fine Michigan apples just in. Now is the time to btiy. McGregor. - OHASE & SANBO&BT GOEFEB. . Walker Bros, have the Chase & Sanborn Coffee- agency. Make no mistake about that. 'Money ta loan on long or short time. ,/3tf GBO. C. CALL. COW FOR SALE. Inquire at BEPXIBLICAN office. You Will Soon Want. HOLIDAY GOODS »— A 2w POTATOES— EARLY OHIOS, -Eighty cents a bushel. Leave orders 'for your winter's supply at my office. C. L. LUND. KOSSUTH COWS CORRECTED Walker Bros Old Stand;" r P P » : P • • • •OW 5jj v K ; _ ! ; out for them ,'refpXtjiem by buying, your, 'Warm Footwear of ,j of "Warm Lined Buyers,, Arctics, Eto,, - Vpm .loots, T/V$m pttens, F$t tots, (# «w* Q ™* flatty; ' ',-? RY FIRM I if as 8 ssa as. tss a tss as fc fe-a aCOU>rfi>MOJOJ •& •tj 138 as B8 German. ssa Sermanta, Grant, Greenwood, »• -i- - - ' •. ~, ! MS'ioS^MwifeMiSi cafc cafe' co& cafe cofe cafe "|, 1 '. ' S !. J / m feas- ' BS ''8 ' ^JLIgg-Li.^. s . _Bg iga »«-'^' l ' l *-'*''- Jfc8..j^giB "sA I ^ i- **?t j^-7 *<Y*U > > fe9COM>« irst Ward. econd Ward. bird Ward. ourth Ward. uflalo, urt, rosco, WE HAVJ£ JUST RECEIVED A NEW UNE OF THEM. Also a New Line of. CALIFORNIA CLUB HOUSE GOODS, CALL AND SEE US. Langdon & Hudson. We Handle 1 the WHITE SWAN FLOUR; 'enton. \ -\ '«?'¥ ;4\';«' f^W^W ,y» ifi'y'v ^,OaUi P.fl,IlHtcliins,' 'WmV,B«FergrnsoUl'*Q»^'Sriitil Present. ,Vty6*¥me" • * ' '\^m^m;^lL^^¥& . , ,^. v ' V ' V*,. *. t . V a . ^V-ftw^JjJSkSSl FIRST p .,, ;1 P ^*$.n^>xW®W®$iW -, v - :^^:^(^Mwmm^mmi

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