The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on January 16, 1895 · Page 1
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I|F ALGONA, KOSSUTH OOtftiTt, IOWA, WE , JAKUAlll' 16, 1895. V < ?<•,">* * tr/ , ,••*<< JM ' J %&?'• " ^ i^t *yu,~ . ^Btnrs A CAM Peaches. ^..,. ~^~*s«.^._.,.,_.. ^ Historlbitl Di&p*f toffy ".Aii: ' - J /'' ..^-v. - -- L- „ -...•-_ J ' Apricots. Plums. At the. !i) > 'f ( t ft^5fv. fefjf<''ii&< Opera House Grocery, .f#? : * '^"These goods are not old shelf worn stock, but fresh ^,;^L'arrivals. Come aiid see them. *rtt<\* ~ ••** it-? . i .-i..i..••••——- tttrrrct |Vj' ( ' >t t* , ,' 'HAVE YOU BEEN AT ... . P *vi "rt %»*"> •- ^t* » •• • ' <7'i t "-.'i •- - , before making your Holiday Selections.! |f^|lV , Lamps, Crockery and'Glassware are rftV Js$£* there in profusion. Our large assort- i|y?} ment and low prices will surprise you. "Carter's Old Stand." 2CSi i, iSnS'" aleen & Peterson. tvo opened a new Grocery Store four doors raw»-\uvj-wj, of Opera House, where we have a fine line PWntf Ohoio© Fresh Groceries of all kinds, We solicit ,*L.<&V _ u tyade. Butter and Eggs taken in exchange »-.-» rf -^^>gop4s." We sell as cheap as any house in town. call, fifjy*?i_v,w_,._, — t_i AI PPM ^ PETERSON. pwol aiUi'nds, ;tfp» »»d bws castings and toiler work,done on WI^ JWW P^o tilings ana tiraw noo^ of alJ Kinds In stock, Ws ftve Swilio joa,B ftt re»s9i»»J»le roteftto ParWea >rfe« WrsisU fl^sl^pJase eeswrity r|sln?l»*B. r W»Mjp«>»«A.fereawBjT PhUtp'SoyweHfir, W, f, Carter, '" HlliffiiiHwB|yd)iA^^^ r,,,., -. - P 3ft ~ O * t T ^ / '"^ ». • J H,,;, < v ' ' ',,• «*TO fife SOLD IN SIX DAYS! 4- $5,000.00 WORTH OF Fresh from our factory, and put in Branson's Jewelry Store, at Algona, Iowa, Nov. 1st to January 1st, with the view of establishing a permanent wholesale branch which we have decided to discontinue for full, particulars, see page 4 of this issue. PIANOS FROM $ 130 U P. ORGANS, containing Four sets of Reeds, $32 TO $72, -4^_Every Instrument Fully Warranted for Five Years.. Sale to Commence at CHICAGO, ILLS. GENERAL AGENT. COUNTY NOTES AT LARGE. The Wosloy Reporter.says that Ilcman Ward has about recovered from his severe spell of sickness and has gone on an extended visit with friends at Ruthvon and in Woodbnry county. District Deputy Grand Master Fred Anderson of Wesley, says the Reporter, has been making the grand rounds, installing I. O. O. F. officers at Algona, Lu Verne, Burt, Bancroft and Wesley. Ho reports the various lodges in a flourishing condition and the membership rapidly increasing. The Whittomore Champion says that Johnson & Hinton have.finished a tubular well for A. H. Dorwoiler, of a new pat- .tcr'q.^It >-i&, bored-'jftlth a ton inch augor> "atiout 75'feet" deelfi antt"a ! 'four and one- half inch iron casing put in which is perforated from the bottom, upward about 20 feet; the outside is filled with coarse gravel as high as the water raises. Above this is to bo ten feet of cement which will shut'off the surface water. This looks like a practical idea, and ought, to be a, success'in every respect. The Burfc Monitor giyes a very interest- ingreport of the creamery of that place fot the year 1894, which shows tuat the receipts were over $28,000, and that there was an increase in the business over the previous year of 40 per cent. The creamery took in 3,807,781 pounds of milk, from which it turned out 137,154 pounds of butter, for which 19% cents per pound was received. The average price paid per cwt. of milk was 74 cents, the highest price bo- ing 90 cents, for the months^ of January, September, November and December, and the lowest 55 cents for May. The cost of making the butter was %% cents per pound, This is a co-operative creamery, and it pays for milk on th,o 20th of each month for the month proceeding, The increase of 40 per cent, in the business of this ireamory is In sharp contrast witji what isVeported for the State of Iowa a/t largo, Secretary Fowler, of the State Agricultural Society, showing a falling off of 80,000,000 pounds of dairy products during the year, The diminution is doubt- Jess to bo Jaid to the drouth, the worst effects of which this county escaped, The Monitor estimates that the receipts of the Buffalo Fork, Fenton and- Lone' Rock, creameries 'for 1894 amounted to about §33,000, G, S, Angus wjfts .re-ejQcted pros* idejjt of the Buj't creanwy ' aijd" Fred J, Beane secretary, " ; Gep. A, Bliss a, former citizen >of Bftu? croft, writes to the Register frpjo, bis new' hqroeat Serjbner, Nety'&ska, to" s, ay til 4 there is BQ destitution' Jn h,js portion of that state, J^sayg thecqp Qppp'there was better than it waste jfQsmth»4hougb Wall grajjf Wa 3 »ot sp g^od,., Train JpasU <?f stack are being shipped Jrpw ,>be»» to, is. going on, ana ' par 'day. He then called upon Rev. C. E. Plumnier, who gave the address of the evening. The address, though brief, sparkled with .rich gems of thought that will prove food, for reflection, and at its conclusion was loudly applauded. ^Bro. Gari Oleson then introduced the 'goat which brought the -house down with its blat. Bros. Eugene Clark and Ed. Blackford, of Algona, M'ere called on and responded with appropriate remarks. The Noble Grand then announced supper and about sixty of the visitors adjourned to Giddings Hall where the Sisters of Rebecca b.ad provided a royal feast of. the best that money could buy and skill provide. Th'ere was enough for all and if any 'went 'jt was ther own. fault. ' FuUy.a225 '*'^ "The yisitfing bVetliorn from Algona were Messrs, C. Chubb, E. H. Clark, Ed. Blackford, «T. ,T. Wilkinson, James Orr, C. Hudson, Frank Parish, Joseph .Nicoulin, C. E. Tuttie, Anton Anderson, Chas. Wcitgen- an and W.J. Burton. The Swoa City creamo'ry is in a satisfactory flnauclal condition, according to the Herald. ; The creamery building and machinery represent an investment of $2850. From April 10 to December i;. the creamery received 628,000 pounds- of milk, an£ received from the sale of butter, $5,205.63, thus realizing about 83 cents per hundred pounds for the milk. A now Presbyterian Church was dedicated at Lu Verne last Sunday. The Swea City Herald reports' this very strange case: Old Mr.' Berg, who formerly resided in Swea township, but lately with his daughter in Now York, was sent out to this place q, week ago to live with his daughter, Mrs. Thompson, northwest of Swea City. Ho arrived hero without money, and after staying at the hotel over night started to \yalk out but was overcome with the cold opposite D. D. Calkins' house, and went in, • When Mr, Calkins came home he drove jut with him to Mr, Thompson's, but Mrs, T, was unable to keep her father because of the objections of her husband, who is not only blind but a confirmed invalid and at times very unreasonable in his demands. We dp not know^hpro the old gentleman is stopping now, but we hope those who have him will rggort at this office h}s' whereabouts and condition. Th^u Yorne News records this strange phenomenon:' The passenger train on the Minneapolis Wednesday evening struck 'twoplgs just north pf,F, H, ?attpn's rest' 'jing on« of them and. Knocking ; JnicTtbe middle of next week, u*jmLtls±j*J : Sweet Pickles. Mixed Pickles. Chow Chow. Queen Olives. Bulk Olives, Pickled Onions. Chili Sauce. Ketchup, Worcestershire Sauee. Club House Peaches. ' " Pears. 1 •• Pineapples. ' " Tomatoes. Corn. Cherries. ' " Beans. ' " Strawberries. '• " Blackberries. • • •, «$ •• •?$• ? '.i i " •t'O'-M -7V™ 1 ."X% • •,«$Bi LANGDON & HUDSON. ' ' t i t' .'..„ vtft'^ -.fri.? ' -' iva&S the ot] V, ^ JJIS WJFB ON FIRiS, §ji4 from the .^ffepts'' B | ' '-'S- ''^''- ''•«' : '' v -• ••' - k ^' '- ( -•«' '-'t-'ft'^ '•"' ^^^^ f ^Q^Q^:U^^I^ ;< ^$^: r v 1 ' *-" >J - j< *> - Sllt'W-^'S':,--! E^^p, yi^WMf*^ »•-:•' V/ i? ^ H y' «?-> "" -V '" "- '<•''• v ,t' i f rt')M A;rf',;'./f^^ry.f^c^S <<!^^^iiU^3JMfii3i . , FUENITUEE! WINDOW SHADES PICTURE FRAMES! ^ *. We bare in stgcl; BOOK ..'•"• '' WALL Ji||

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