The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on January 9, 1895 · Page 5
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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' I'V j V" ,' 1 Tttfi REMffiUCJAN, IOW JAtrgjlBt 9, 1898. WE ARE HERE AND*> THE LINE OF--* Drot) in and get acquainted whether you Have any business for us or not. •Doxs.ee & Shaw. ft ^ *§?• iflooms 5 and 6, Algona State Bank BuUding, Algona. Iowa Did you buy to oi BROWML the Shoe Man? tfhey FitI ©They Sell! ,° ' TheyWearlf^ Are Stylish! ^"i Prices are right For Fine Shoes and Rubber Goods go to tfr' "BROWNELL & ALLRED^ •* ski,", ALGONA, IOWA- visa*» * ^Jvv ."'V, n-s Ni^r ' -*•*$&&.* FURNITURE! WINDOW SHADES | PICTURE FRAMES! 1 ' " . - ii '." i ., , " v '" • "'',.<,.« . '••</< fcMv-(4A»'*fi* | ^f*s4<i(- ..T'p'- >1 ' l8 ^'~<^«»•*?»»*! TjTfT'"•'fi''''*- w M»I v& in stock'somQ ne.w.,. .,..•• ,', BOOK RACKS and .:.; WALL SHELVES; Just.the thing for a cheap book case. i /•" ' v ^ • Complete stock of Undertaking Goods always on hand. ... D, McG-REGOE, i Those who left articles at the Rutherford Sample Room at the time of the Ladies' Fair and Supper, may get them by calling at the Reading Room any time when itf-is open. The librarian of the public library reports that 1019 books have been loaned out since the first of November. Many of these went into families where they were read by two or three persons. This is a record of usefulness. Tbe winter term of the cicy school opened Monday morning. The new teachers, Misses Stephens and Hotelling, were in their places ready for business, but Prof. Pixson was not well enough to take up his duties. He appeared on the scene yesterday. The G. A. R. post will hold its regular annual meeting for the installation of officers this evening. The officers- elect of course will appreciate the greeting of a full post. Invitations to t>e present have. been issued tothela- dies of the Relief Corps. Frank P. Calkins moved his household goods from Germania to Algona last week and is now a resident of this place. He has rented the Mclntyre house heretofore occupied by Pr. A If. Hist, who will make the Smith house his future home. Geo. Galbraith began moving bis household effects to'his new residence Monday morning, and is now in full occupancy. The exterior is yet unfinished, and the beauties of the structure when completed will not be revealed till spring. / The Catholic ladies will serve an oyster supper in Rutherford's sample rooms, Saturday evening, from^ five o'clock until all are served. Mrs. T. H, Lan'try is. one of. the ladies who will Ibave; charge, and that will be- an all sufficient -guarantee that the supper will be first class, Manager Haggard has secured a good attraction 'in "The Metropolitans." They appear at Call's one week from Saturday night in the opera ."Pygmalion andGalatia," and'. u The.Ro»e of Auvergne." It has been some time since the Opera House has bad an attraction, and this will undoubtedly have a large house.- We give our readers this week a most interesting letter from Louisiana from the pen of Archie HutchinSon, who is spending the winter down there opening up a rice plantation. We shall hope to hear further from him in regard to* his observations and expen- inces in the Boutb. . . . The United Workman Lodge initiated seventeen candidates in the first decree and eight in the second last night besides installing omcers, The merits of this institution are becoming widely v. MATTERS. Meeounty board -is iu session this relK'fr'. v ' • "'' ' '• tfcrogor has a new ad, in this>sue • v - JP —pJUOAlsr; . ,.; A ,,v 'i i. .licenses bave been issued B, Schump gwtK ^ that)' Do-you want the Register? Do you - • - - ,&BTOi,tf*W ju^V JVV» wr •*••* w v»»w f-^yp~"*^**~ * *"- ^ • •. want the Midland? Dp you want the Inter, Ocean? Can you read? Of course you do. They are all so cheap with Miss Ella Wolfe and Mr, Fred Ryther were married at the residence of Mr. and Mrs, JBloor, in Bart township, last Wednesday evening, Rev, D, Williams performed the ceremony, j, R. Button visited bis son at the Independence asylum last week, arriving home on Wednesday. He reports that his son is better and may be well enoqgh jjo return home in the course of a few months, . _ . „ , Mr.-Marshall Hays, o| West Bend, was'avjsjtor'in Algona Monday, MP, " - * » son attending school in Hays, who wa§ form. known now, and as a result the lodge .1 . . ----- **t*W »f «* »*W " ^ »«W-T — •, — — - m A.L, is gettipg the best young DJSU in the county as members. It is decided that the Byson men will bave to pay for the banquet which comes off on the 25tn or this month. a. E. Williams, the Hair Bestorer man.is back from Marshall town, where he went to sell an interest in his Hair Eestorer. Toe trade has not been made as yet, Mr, Williams refusing ap 700cash, for a, half interest, on Went, Paugherty while found biro ,boldiPR a position tne best <* ru g 8t ° s In , Mr, Daugherty W» ated in pharwacyjrom tb<? Park Sehpol at 1 Des MoJnes, ' , P, Clarke and family , Vi«*t«?H(VW **»JH, "Mf >'«»« ."•" T T a s^dent here, js engaged jn. teach ing this winter, - > , • A,<0, MineW, of Chicago, adjoiter fpy - there city , , exception of Miss E4«h, left for Oft ia last Friday, . hey will wit way, ana Jfc. A. £he1p8, of Soft, w*8 % ffWay. He Wai dfl his ffraj to *U---where be ptopoietf fi&l«i&e the Uppef Iowa tnivenit^. When he tfeM thfotgh that i&Stitfltlon he will t&ke a OMttte at Gartetfc Biblical Institute pfef aratory toenteting the miaistfy. fhe week of prayer is being obsef ved la the several Cnurches. There fas 4 onion service in the Baptist church Holiday tight and in the Methodist chtlf ch last night. The set vice toflight will be in the Congregational church. This will close the union meetings, as the Baptists begiii special fevivai sef- vicee to-morrow night. if. L. Wilson has closed up bis business in Kossuth and gone to date* III., where his wife has been, for some weeks. Where he will finally lo- catdand What he will do is yet undecided. The departure of himself and family is greatly, regretted by their neighbors in Union township and their acquaintances and fnefads throughout the county. The Corwith Hustler says that it is reported that Stilson, Leland and other small stations along the St. L. will be discontinued after the 10th ihst. All train crews have been cut down, The fact is, there is scarcely anything for the railroads to do this winter, as a vast strip of country to the west and soiith of us was burnt up by lass summer's drouth. Mr. and Mrs. A. P, Hall left last evening for Philadelphia in company with Mr. Hall's brother, Adua, whose residence is in that city, and Who has been visiting his brother here lor several months. Mr. and Mrs. Hall wi 1 close their boarding house, but will probably reopen it by the first of next March. Most of the intervening time will be spent with relatives in Medina, Ohio, which place Mr. Hall left for this state forty-one years ago. C. D. Creed has sold his residence and five lots to Asa M. Coan,for $2,000, posession to be given March first, when Mr, and Mrs. Creed will g9 to Carroll. The people down there will find Mr. and Mrs. Creed an estimable couple. Mr. Creed was postmaster at Whittemore for several years, resigning the ofilce to accept the positipn or County Recorder, to which position he was elected on the republican ticket. He served with great credit for six years. He is a G. A. K. man and acquired his limp in the service of his country in the army. Charlie Johnson bad the misfortune to break one of his legs while out hauling stone yesterday. He and Jno. D. Magnuson were out four miles east of town, handling stone, when one fell on his leg and broke it between the knee and ankle. He necessarily suffered great pain while being brought in on a lumber wagon, and became very much chilled. Doctors McCoy and Garfield set the.limb, being obliged to administer chloroform. Tbe doctors report it as being a serious and very painful fracture, but no trouble is anticipated with it. Charlie is one of our best and most industrious young men, and his many friends will hope for an early recovery, 'i Weather Prophet Hicks gives Jan. 1, 2;'12.13, 25 and 26 as reactionary, storm periods and the 6th, 7th, 19th 20th, 21st, 80th, and Slat as storm centers. A cold wave about the 17th, he says, need, not surprise. The worst storms of the month will fall within the mercury period which reaches'froni 17-to 26 inclusive. Look nrst, be says, for a marked change to warmer, with possible lightning, thunder and heavy rains especially southward, but be on the watch for change to heavy sleet, snow and blizzard, winding up with a great cold wave. 'The month ends in a regular storm period with rising temperature, falling barometer and more rain turning to pnow, advancing eastward across the continent. Rev. W. H. Dorward, in a private letter to the editor says: "You can tell'your people we are all well, and enjoying the climate. We have not bad much rain yet. I have been very busy as usual, building a meeting house and holding five, weeks revival services. We bave had thirty-three additions since last July, and have- dedicated a Baptist Tabernacle free from debt and furnished. The church people say this is marvelous for these times. Money is scarce here, but we have plenty of everything, hay and oats and barley and wheat and potatoes and fruit,* We have all the fruit given us that'we could possibly dispose of, Improved land is cheap just now. Land that-five years ago was $100 an acre, can be bought for $40, and $50, simply because the old settlers are land poor. Tell'all the people that I remember them often," The letter comes from Coryallis, Oregon, where Mr. Dorward and-family are located. Mr. John Heckart called at the RE- pufMQAN omce yesterday wwung g renew 'bis subscription. We. do not male a PWtice of blazoning) the qamesoffhosewfao do business with us, but this call is one in which maqrothers besides the editoi; wm gef|p interest, Mr. Heckart wU be ninety years old next May. He w one of IKfvwy.oW wen wMj county, if faefU W W tl «A«fe^Sft. b f urn We have placed on sale one lot all* wool Dress G-oods, 40 to 64 inches wide, worth 65o to $1,£5, at If you want the best, call soon. Jas. Taylor.. •'hi 1 J ' !i We Wish to Call Attention To Our Complete Line of Blank Books, "V^V^V^^^^^ V^ ~V ~V^ -W *w Stationery, Memorandums, Pocket Books, Etc. We have an immense line of these goods, also OFFICE SUPPLIES. Those wishing anything in this line would do well to give us a call. F. W. Dingley. 'W . . . THE DRUGGIST. . . . • • • • 0 That our Assortment of ^ Is complete in every detail, that we are now offering qualities that/ in former years brought DOTTBLE THE PRICE now asked. Do not forget that they are the ,i *i ">•?' ,i nK 5 '' "'•. '"^l^ ttnn' v- • > 'i.-?vvv r s ; >Hs> '' AT 8PSQUL PMQE8>..\ BXQWIQT8 ••••••IMMBPP"'"'!' GOTO w**S#»w*». *mwM«»f*w "-B *¥/>« >A«itho Wf -Ml. "Will jPf f\V*r *T^t£$. VJlVf* s ' YtvrTrOT^ %miBTWK

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