The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on November 20, 1895 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

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VOL KOSStttPM OOtfrlT% IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1895. NO, 8. V, 't p ' ONTARIO! %era House Grocery, Just unloaded^ a Car of Fancy New York Ap-- ' • -•• ••' - • * - WALKER BROS. You ton Goods at Our Prices. WONDERS OF THE DAIRY, The Milking Machine and the Combined Chum and &mtef Wdrket ment the dfeatn Separator \ Machinery Does All the Work—Mr. Spur- heck Tells Of the Wonders df Modern Invention Applied to Dairying. J. W. Spurbeck attended the state dairymen's convention at. Waterloo last week, and he says the great feature of the convention was the trial of the new milking.machine. This ma* chine is the 'invention, of a Waterloo man, A. J. Cushman, and is sold by the A. J, Cushman Company of that place. Mr. Spurbeck was one of the men who were admitted with the committee to see the trial of the machine. When a larger number were admitted the crowd became so dense that it was almost impossible for. the men who were working the machine to do their Work. The machine is comparatively simple. A continuous gas pipe passes along the bottom of the manger iu front of each stall and to it is attached a rubber hose four feet long, to which are attached'the milking cups. These cups are fastened over the teats of the cow and held there by air pressure, the suction quickly drawing the milk from the udder. The pressure for the entire number .of cows is supplied by a machine out of doors. The cows take very kindly to the new mechanism, in fact if their actions count for anything, it is away ahead of the old process. The iron pipe leads to a large- reservoir and the most absolute cleanliness is insured. These machines costs $200 apiece, but they save a great deal of the hired man's time. Mr. Spurbeck saWten cows milked, in sixteen minutes. W.. C. Wheeler,' the great Sac county^ farmer/ has on'&'- of ^^ttil^ta^e^^egreteip^that' ,tbe> "ma, ( wks,sperfe.ctly|Vand that', four" men areTnow milking his ninety-seven cows in about an hour and a half. He has a large barn in which there - is a stall for each of the herd of milch cows, The automatic inilk weigher is another new thing that attracts the attention of dairymen, but Mr. Spurbeck seems to have been more deeply interested in the Fargo combined churn and butter worker. This" is a $150 machine, and Mr. Spurbeck has already been • the means of introducing one into this county. With a separator to supply the cream and'one• of these combination machines, the farmer only needs the patent milker to enable him to set the machinery in motion and let it do the rest, The milk flows from the gas pipe into the'separator from which it flows in two streams, the skimmed milk being, carried to the hog bouse and the cream to the churn and butter worker. T,h§latter churns,.salts akbl wprks the butter and delivers it in fresh yellow"rolls ready for the.table, RESTING TELEGRAMS. 1) and they in ignorance of the facts. And if tlieie had been neither railway hor telegraph line to AlgoHaj MrSi Thompson at least could have stood beside the bedside of her dying bfmhefvhefore he breathed his last. The Chronicle says fn conclusion: Je employes of the Hampton office sbdjild not be blamed* however heart- lesa|and lawless their conduct may seeffi to be in this case, as it was just in accordance with the rules, .Jons and practice of the tele* •alKifionopoly that compels them to JO ojSible work for half pay, and we dd.Hlfc write this to criticise them, but .a(j;.a fair example of the way that this greafrmonopoly does business. Why aoesjlhe government and why does the statellegiskiture hesitate to take hold Of imp outrageous and heartless mori- opblyf and straighten it out?" •ASli.your physician, your drusgist and -"'• friends about Shiloh's Cure for Con- Hardware Firm stimp^on. They will recommend it. t FLORIDA AND SOUTHEAST. If ypu . to theisoutheast this fall or winter, you should have. any intention of going , should advise yourself of the best route from the North and West. This is, the LpuisyiHe & Nashville Railroad, which is runf ing double daily trains from St. Louis; Evansville, Louisville and Cincinnati through to Nashville, Chatta- noOgn". Birmingham, Atlanta, Montgomery, Thomasville, Pensacola, Mobile, -Jacksonville and all Florida points. '• Pullman, Sleeping Car Service through. Specially low rates made to Atlanta during the continuance of the Cotton States Exposition, and; tourists rates to all points in Florida and Gulf Codst .resorts during the season. For particulars ^as to rates and through car service^ write Geo. B: Horrier, Div. Pass. Agent,, St. Louis, Mo., J. K, Bidgely, N. W. Pass. Agent, Chicago, 111.. C. P. Atmore, Gen'LPass. Agent. Constipation' causes over half the ills of women. Karl's Glover Root Tea is a pleasant cure for Constipation. ' Dr. H. C. McCoy, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, "' Algona, Iowa. Offlcfe with Dr. Garfleld, State street. 1 Eesldenoe, McGregor street. On Real Estate. HOX1E & BRUNSON. enson & Stacy, Successors to F ( L. PARISH. We carry everything in Shelf and Hardware, and sell the BEST STOVES and RANGES IN THE WORLD, including the • AND THE o all kinds of Tin Work, Iron and Asbestos Roofing, Furnace Work, Plumbinff,Eic. Try us once. .Stephenson "& Stacy; ;l "" " o . , . We have for sale at a low price barrels of all kinds and sizes— pork barrels, tierces and sorghum barrels holding 15, 30 and 50 gallons. ' • < * *IT1 "^*, 'W We liav.e t}ie agency/,, for the ,fest '-Tread 5 'Po^e/'mfefr9 »Nii¥4fe ?'-*€&S^^^^^^ r ^-°^*'^i P. L. SLAG-LE, Manufacturer of and dealer In Harness and'Harness Goods, ALGONA. IOWA. Ohristensen'B old stand, opposite Tennant House. TINNING PLUMBING ^^^^ ,,„ ,,, & ^J v If ampton CnronicJe Mal$e9 a Vigorous Kjpk on tbe Telegraph Monopoly—Says it .Needs Regulating, 1 The'Hampton Chronicle of lasfweefc declared that (> If there is any ope institution in the United States of, America tl^at »§ecls to be taken ho!4 of/ and regujate"d,'by the strong aim of the law, it is the. telegraph monopoly," The lipnof this .viigprous 1 language t is toWby tbj chronicle,; o( the. outrageous and ,.„.,,^,, ^,^wr in,wbipb they do -bus- #§,§§,fiajm,e/tQ,q«j,' pqtjce last .weefe *- """^RnQstion ot 1 * 1 —"" jj —•— "- —"' Shop in the Byson building, south of the Court House, ' A ANDREW HANSON. E, 6, Bowyer, In— Jewelry,; Silverware,Watches' ani? Clocks,- j Finest Ripe ana Largest Stock, Repair- iliff a Specialty, We emplpy only com- potent ^workmen,' Gull af our new ' the Qowles' Block, B, 6JOWB8, '.-' Alpna. Iowa, GRgAT SALE Baby Seperator « • ».-. _ «_ „. e o • ^ ' . Is the,best machine of its. kind that is manufactured. They always give satisfaction; Our line of creamery supplies of all-kinds is complete: We make tanks of- 'all' • kinds and put in cisterns. , <' ^' C. & N. W; Depot •K 'fc N OW is the time to buyyonr hard and Coal. lam ^king oyders for immediate or future delivery, and the prices will, be as low as any. your Coal Now,. -*«£a Leave orders, down to.wn at th^e oflaqe of F, C, Willson., Brompt V,i« v^f •<&« *$i i ut In Jowa cosl I'bave; • MysWc, B.opne r " SayJor, Order,.„ #J ,.... after October I', u well known to cjjapjn, s» mttes tyat $».> BpWs'iTffjtf my) go 1$ AJgo QB tftp S

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