The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1895 · Page 1
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The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 27, 1895
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'-VvY^'.'-V ^ -^ •-,• '"•" -. >.'''•*£' «' •'*. ALGONA, KOSSOTH OOttHTlf, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, HO. 9. Customers „, —^-.—^-^^^M^ia^a^lfcaMMMMMM MHnP»»y"^gg"ig!ii^^SSSSmta^^a^^^^^iaMi^aaaiMili HjgjiaijtaMBiBHMB^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ t Will come in to see the * * New Firm. And by fair and courteous treatment we hope to obtain a share of your CONNECTING THE 'PHONES, t- Algbna Now Mas a City Tele* phoiie fikdhange—Connec- tions Almost Completed Will Staft With 40 Phones —Will Be a Great Convenience to Business of s All Kinds—The Hours. Trade, We will carry a full and complete line of Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Tinware and Cutlery. Parties intending to buy a Cook Stove should see the world renowned Majestic Ranges and Favorite Stoves and ^ get prices befor^uyjn^^^je. Forest * av- oriteHeatingJpr -*: •" ^T? a ^Wv mg a specialty, TO5, •• •*"^_Jft u .MONEY. rfrfr~) "TT" TTCV ^^ ,— -"•* *** """" I i jLttiX t/o. ffistouidtilDepaA'tottctt r Stephenson & Stacy. PARISH'S OLD STAND, J?. W. George, electrician of the Western Electric Telephone Company, assisted by his son Dow, has been very hard at work tor the past tour or five days, connecting the Algoua telephone stations with Central. The work is not all done yet, but great progress has been made. t Twenty-five phones were GLAD fcfc V5f fet3 frQ Et ben yust to veeks sense letson, nnd ay hat- feliar tel da ben woteing for General Drake op eh south paat of state yet. Yuinpin yitfleny he gat wotes nut to lect failed twice big as hem. . , , , To veeks fore lection he bell planty i'rade, but he gat husel un hemself, und g6 by tiniverste und by flour mills und evry place lake dat und tel detn fallers all bout tnotiy qeston. You bet da al listen ven he tal us som tang bout sexteen to von, us svettsk fallers feel feel planty gude, uttd ve all woted ior hem. You bet ay ben satisfy ef nv gef to for hem, vel ay ben glad letsom ben true und demcrat fallers ben turned oud. Publican fallers get evry tang en site desyar—-ay shud say so, ay reed en paper bout fallerttp en Miniisotavat vas on publican tacket und vent ded to veeks" for ietson tame but he was lected yust same big raayority—run vay hed of his tacket, ay laf ven ay ^ connected'b'y noon yesterday, and pi'O; bubly the work will be finished today,. The switch board is constructed for the accommodation of fifty phones, ind the exchange will start out, prob- ibly, with forty. Five orders came in yesterday, and the phones are going out all the time, so that the business will quite likely bo workinc at full capacity very soon. Besides offices, there are residences connected already. Ever 80UJB ultult) JUK) uu _ _ since the work of making connections, care for {iy Ra t dollar femty cent day was begun the central office has had und ay have planty mony nnd see you frequent calls for this or that grocery ins pring, gude by.-OLE OLESON, in house. Evidence is all the while accum- Wbittemore Champion ulating that the butcher is a much cal- Underwear for men, women and led for business man, and that he I children at John Goedeis . ONTARIO I reed dati Ay couldn't halp et he mus ben hal poplar fellar on hole tacket make suts "stif" run lake dat ay note no vat kil h in but spose may be da pull lies leg to niuts, et vas cold day for hem, und he didn't get left noider, vgl maybe he ben better of vare he is for politick yob ben planty hot ene how. ay tank Mrs. Got' vish he had ben to, den he ben lected. dare alrate. but heben planty smooth. Av ben goin to lave Wbittemore des • - ' "-'— logs on X\i * \iJL O\/U-*V> vv* u*-u " J UC H 4 some tame log, but ay don't BARGAIN WEEK! At Cost This Week At. Tay/o r.s. •* t < ,... •• / i \-( * v •fl^™m r firoSH5. : might bear many things which would be to his advantage were heconnected. It appears that there is not a grocer, or a butcher, or a doctor connected so far. One of the firms that is getting lots of use out of the telephone is that of J. A. Hamilton & Co. This firm does a laige business within the circuit of the Western Electric, and by means Of the phone they can communicate with their customers and fill orders with wonderful alacrity. Mr.- George, the electrician, who ought to know, says when it is fully ready for business the Algoua plant' will be one ofethe most complete' and perfect in the -state. . The.phonjes are calculated for long-distance. work,' and 'are 'in fact the same instruments that are in use on the Company's toll lines-. A conversation can be carried on over the Algona wires in a whisper, so perfect is the equipment. The, hours which it is understood t!*e exchange wilj observe for the present will be from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. Patrons will be supplied, probably, with printed lists of the names of users, the rules for working the phones, and all necessary information. Ask your physician, your drucgist and Patterson & Son want your eggs, They are paying 14c. per dozen. Dr. H. C. McCoy, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND. SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. Office with Dr. Garflelfl, State street. • Besiclence, McGregor street. Barrels 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. Tread Power MONEY! » , On Real Estate,, o P,L. SLAG-LE; .Manufactui ci of and dealer In Harness and Harness Goods, ALGONA. IOWA. Ohrlstensen's old stand, opposite Tennant House. TINNING CAN READ MINDS. w, v^'- 1v Just unloaded, a Car of Fancy New York Apples. Quality is guarranteed. WALKER BROS, A Mason City Young Man Drives through the City at Breakneck Speed and finds a Concealed Letter, A special of the I 25th from Mason City to the Eegister says: The great- est'mind reading act which has ever been performed in this state was done here to-day by N. W. Hanson, a young man, a resident of this city. He has been practicing the art for the past year und the results have been marvelous, He' has opened, at different times, three tumbler-lock safes, and today a committee was appointed to test him in the Johnstone feat of driving through the city and finding a hidden object; The test was a severe one, the committee mafcing a drive of over two miles through the streets and allejs and busy thnroughfayes,'hiding a letter behind a grate in the pogtofflce, Hapson drove at breatnepk speed and found the letter without- «, -mishap, Those who witnessed his performance say that be is the superior ot either Johnstons or Bishop, Hp states that tfe can dg anything the 'wind, can con^ qejve of, proving'theje 13 mind to lead him in doing It it. ' Shop in the Byson building, south of the Court House. ANDREW HANSON. We have the agency for the best Tread Power made. Tliey are the best and cheapest power you can use. Call and examine them and get prices. '•; BabY Separator...... " - , ... , (/ j . "• 'I . Is the best machine of its kind that is manufactured:'^, They always give satisfaction. Our line of creamery ^; : || supplies of all kinds is complete. WQ ™ a>A in/nins nf nil >Ate kinds and put in cisterns. C. & N. W. • Depot. E, G, Bowyer, —Dealer in— , l Jewelry, Silverware, Watches and Clocks,' ........... "" Finest I4ne and Largest Stock, Kepalr- g> .j jig a Specialty, .We employ only oom- pe^ent workmen. Call at our new quarters la the Oowles' Block, • AlgnnyKifa. GREAT SALE ' * —0?— A1LEOAD LANDS ! [OW is the time to buFyour hard and Goal, lam Baking orders fbr immedi^i||f or future delivery, and the prices will '*"'"' as low as any. Order your Coal NQW-- Leave orders downtown at the F, O, Villsoxi, Prompt delivery. In Iowa coal I have; Mystic, Bopne, What Qbeer, ana Saylor. Also Illinois and Hocking Yalley sofj;,,. ' V'O; *v . i, vUfc Order by Telephone -. after October 1, Our Fall accident ' tiave just 4° wn^noww . to. leave lagl >YB $1HJ te ? V,-lh the Fertile Minnesota f ftye-drawep. , • TJWRP Ian4s are Ipr f i*. ™wfl* T is" »HF-*( r—,. vYv^rw«vH yy i',"|jipleg8weye maogiea and wniw,iM.W.0ed««ra. ol ihigh, wi§ coming to tins city pn tis&tiw atVvftafcj!wte«y,i /JTOma* oflD i|dQfl4^A«4^1ien TeB^BSUyQUr'

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