The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1895 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 5, 1895
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' " f^k'f' ,'' 1..,^ *,T«i\ ,,',•-. £:'%-[ '<•< ALGOKA, KOSStmi OOtMY, IOWA, -WEDNESDAY JUNE 5,1895. 25 25 have just received an elegant new line of Stationery Direct from eastern factories. We will sell you this at prices never before realized in this vicinity. We have several hundred boxes of new and bea.nt.ifni -tyles which we are selling at U , Woe -*—— RISING TS.-K 25 W P E can give you this in ruled or unruled, octavo or commercial, with or without envelopes; cream, white or linen. Call and see our line and you will be convinced of its superior quality and low prices. Cowles' Block, llpa, Iowa. Fancy, Stylish, Fine, Good, Servicable, Working KOowyer, Dealer in— THEN TO THE Brownell can suit you in Style, Fit and Price. Jewelry, Silverware, Watches and Clocks, Finest' Line and Largest Stock. Repalr- /<]> ihg 1 a Specialty, vaS/ potent >vorfanen. Call at ovir new quarters in the Oowles' Block. E, ft, BOTO, - Alpna, low a, NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES. Clear Lake is arranging to build one of the finest bicycle tracks in the state. The Mirror says a meeting of the Iowa wheel; men is one of the possibilities of the summer. There has been a dead-lock in the Emmetsburg school board, and it looked as though.there might bo some dead school directors* but a.'principal, Prof.'Hinkley, has been chosen, his salary being $1,000 per year, and peace reigns. One of the loading business men of .Fort Dodge ha&ofliered ?30,000 in good hard cash for the piece of ground on which Webster county's court house is built. If cepted a $75,000 hotel will be erected on the site this season. A West Bend enthusiast leased a merry- go-round for an hour and turned the school Children loose at it. The Journal says that a million dollars could not have purchased as much fun for grown people as the kids got out of that hour of riding. Two young men, T. 0. and S. O Leland, were tried before Justice Btirlingame at Emmetoburg on a charge of assault committed upon a Depew farmer, and were convicted and fined $10 each and costs. They were drunk. The Emmetsburg Reporter says that the Iowa Juvenile band, of that city, has re ceived seventeenl-invitations to play on the Fourth. . The'fifth annual encampment of the North Iowa Veterans' association will- bo held at Clear Lake, June 11 and 12. A fine irograrn has been prepared for the occa ion and the old Veterans expect to have an enjoyable time beside the camp fire, recounting their experiences through the our ; years struggle for the maintenance o ,he union. Emmetsburg is to have a city hall tha is to cost 87,000, Its erection will be start ed in the near future, arid it will be loeat ed east of the Waverly hotel. The Emmet County Republican brings out the name of M.K. Whelan for representative. Mr. Whelan has served four years as member of the State Central Committee for the. tenth district. s t ; .- A Strange Infatuation.. The Gorwith Hustler.says: A young man from Britt brought a couple of•giJKS down Sunday and two of our boys ran off with them. Boys, that isn t nice; you musn't do that, because you 'make the young men feel bad, and besides, theifolks at Britt will think that their girls are held as a premium over ours, and you know.,that,is,n'.,t,so.," '"'The Hustler expresses.the heartfelt conviction of the REAUBLIOAN in, regard to thisnu.tter. It has been an occasion of sorrow and disgust to the REPUBLICAN .to see Algona young men leaving the nice girls right here at home and going to Corwith for their best company. Meet Us July Fourth. Armstrong Journal: The Armstrong base ball club may be likendd unto Alexander tb,e Great. It has conguered all the surrounding towns and sighs for more to conquer. The first invasion made into foreign lands will probably bo to rush down on the tribe known, as the Algonas. The relations between these two tribes have always been friendly, but the time has come when it must be decided which is the weaker nation. Both are full of valor but the latter lacks the vigor possessed by the former. Time will tell'and we hope it is not far distant. TO REMARK THAT THE Opera House Grocery Is still the best place to get What You Want to Eat. ALL THE NEW AND. LATEST PATTERNS IN Glassware Also, a New Assortment of Chamber Sets. Water Sets, And Rockingham-Wa^e- £•* are to be found at- LANGDON & HUDSON'S. " WRITE SWAN FLOUR." €\ M iLL & AMD, Hi!, I PSEWALL, PAINTER • and PAPER-H ANGER. Postal oapd ' ;v . Iowa. FURNITURE WINDOW A. • » « PAINTER And PAPEB-BANGEtt, Alsp does carriage painting, Postal card orders promptly atte nded . nveyenra. All work guaranteed for four or AI^GOWA, IOWA* -HO HANGS YOUR PAPER? Utp PQJ3S YOUR PAINTING? "Why, K. C, TUTTliE., of course." V,IQ\VA. THE XAKGEST IJf THE WOBI-D. - From the Chicago Inter-Ocean: How many people in Chicago know that with all her other great industries there is also found here the largest soap and washing powder business in the world, Ihe JS. K. Fairbank Company, with their factories in Chicago. St, Louis and Guttenberg, being, without doubt, the largest producers of soap products iu the United States, This great business is not of mushroom growth but the result of presistent effort, broad business methods and intelligent and discriminating advertising. Many brands of soap are made in these factories, but Chicago is best acquainted with Sauta Claus which long ago found favor with those who care for our homes. Gold Dust Washing Powder is known in every hamlot in the United States, it being everywhere recognized as the leading product ofitskind, „. Announcement is now made that Ihe N. K. Fairbank Company are about to take another step forward to turn another page in their history of progress by introducing anpther new soap.' This will shortly be, advertised in a most striking and original manner, For twenty-five years this company was likewise the leading lard producer of the world, and abandoned lard merely because a new world ^Yas to, he conquered, With keen bnsiness perception they saw in cot ton seed, o'jl the Ws tor a still larger bus iness in a mo™ healthful, move economic -'andtafirerjwg jg» fjgjge food i#i l \ •\ V U We Planing, g, T Lathe IJGIEMOT8 £9 TO* article attracted the ready teiiator \vitn .„„., acceptance „ really meritorjQu kttAn of theeyey soxin lercmet We still have a nice assortment of Jap. Silk Handkerchiefs, white and colored, which we are selling almost as CHEAP AS LINENS, . t * * • Don't You Wan't Some ? The Grange Store, ... _ FEMALE DISEASE! & :;r<7';pT- r >7;^r*f^^

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