Algona Courier from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1894 · Page 1
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November 16, 1894

Algona Courier from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

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TENTH YEAR. IV S I n 11 • I T Q nvni , L, UdlJld ALGONA, IOWA, FRIDAY* 16, 1894 NUMBER 46 C OME one, come all, and see the display of Lamps, Chamber Sets, Tea Sets, Water Sets, and everything in fancy ware. We have the finest line of these goods ever on exhibition in this city. Don't take our word for it, but drop in and be convinced that we have the right line and the right prices. We also carry everything in the grocery line, fruits and vegetables of all kinds; can furnish potatoes in large or small quantities at the lowest market price. r's Old Stand. WALKED BROS. Fine Crockery ' ' +/ "C' AT THE NEW STORE. ' •;•? "7 7 ' / ..!•. Just arrived ; bought iu Chicago on my way home from the east. It will pay everybody i^ 'Cossuth county to. call, as I have the finest stock of groceries that can be bought. Prices to suit the hard times. . FEUITS of all kinds of the best quality. Anyone wishing to buy ' their Flour for the year I will give a good discount and warrant every sack. Salt by the barrel. Do not forget that you can' buy more from me for one dollar than at any other store in Iowa- Thanks for past favois, and you will always find me ready to satisfy you wants in my line. — r— - .-/JAMES PATTERSON, ' COWLES : BL'OCK, . * — — ALGONA, IOWA. Removal Sale ! ;To- Close Out Before Movim |-V,.--. \' ! - : e; ,,;;,0n all,Decomted Crockery, '' '2$*IV "1 A +1 ^ , * ' ,' f?A, /J .u i >* > j*x» v-1 • l> f\ •*^/\" l-\ f\ -4^ f V S\ -*irS jX"* 1 " •> PROFESSIONAL CARDS. GEO. E. OIjAnkB. CHAS. A. COnENOUll CLARKE &COHEJVJOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. .';• 4LGONA, - - IOWA, S.S. SESSIONS, f ATTORNEY AT LAW. Money to Loan on Clmttlo Security. •ilGONA, - - IOWA SULLIVAN & JVI C MAHON ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Postofflce Block. &LGONA, , - - IOWA. E. V. SWEETING, ATTORNEY AT LAW, . , Money to Loan. ALGONA, - ... IOWA. . e. M C COY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ALGONA, - - IOWA. M. J. KENEFICK, ' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ALGONA. - - IOWA, F. L.TRIBON M.D. Homoeopathic Physician ancl Surgeon. Calls answered promptly n't any time'. Office in A. D. Clarke Block. . _ Consultations in English or German. ALGONA, - - - IOWA, A. A. I3EANE, • PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, BUHT, E. E. SAVERS, Veterinary Physician and Surgeon. Office -west of the Thoring-ton House. Good Hospital Accommodations, ALGONA, IOWA. E. S. GbASIER D.D..S. .DENTIST, ALGONA. IOWA. Special attention given to saving: the natural teeth. Office over Alg-ona State Bank. A. b. RIST, D. D, S. DENTIST. ALGONA, IOWA. Local anaesthetic for deadening- pain In gums -when extracting teeth. JAS. fi. OR.R, PAINTING. Graining- and Paper-hanging-. All orders promptly attended to. Give me a call. Shop on Call street, Algona, Iowa. F. PINOLE*. A. W. MOFPATT. DINQbEY&MOFFATT, Real Estate, Loans 11nsurance Have for sale in Kossutli County and adjoining counties, n full list of wild lands and Improved farms. Will pay taxes for non. residents and redeem lands sold for taxes. Offlcg—State street, Alpona, Iowa. A, D, Clarke & Go, FARM LOANS. ALGONA. IOWA, M. P. HAGGARD. ff G. T. PEEK, JHAGQARD& PEEK, '(Successors to Jones & Smith.) Abstracts, Lands & Collections, ALGONA, IOWA. -TO LOAN- ON REAL ESTATE. C. B. MATSON. In State Bank Block, , FRASEF^ BF^OS, WELL DEILLING. Wo have a bran new outfit made to order for this locality, anq can do the best of work. Water guaranteed or no pay. FHASEB BROS, Algona, Iowa, MONEY ON REAL ESTATE, & BRUNSON, . ALGONA P. CHRISTENSOU,^ A SPRY OLD GENTLEMAN. ttc Loves to Write Poetry at the Age of Ninety-Jive. The Renwick Times last week published a poem from the pen of Noah B. Bacon, of Wesley, and spoke of the old gentleman personally as follows: "Elsewhere in this issue will be found a very interesting little poem, written by Mr. NoaliB. Bacon (father of our banker, Bacon,) on his 94th birthday. The TIMES man called upon the venerable old gentleman and found him engaged in transcribing the verses to send to a friend. We expressed surprise at his being able to write letters at hisage, whenhelaugb- ingly handed us the poem, and explained modestly that he loved to indulge himself a little In this line and had been in .the habit for some years of yvritting a few verses upon each recurring .birthday. We at once suspended the niles of newspaperdom (which .puts a ban upon poeticial contributions and asked permission to publish them. "Father Bacon" will be 95 years old if he lives until Dec. 19th, 1894, and is remarkably active and well-preserved for one of his years. He travels about alone and visits with his child- fen as inclination directs. From his correct and carefully chosen language and intimate knowledge of the world's affairs one would suppose himtobea professional man, and college bred, but instead of this his occupation through life has been farming, and his education and general knowledge of books has been gained almost entirely by such study as he could gain in spare hours, and by obsevation. It is a good illustration of the fact that education dnly draws out or developes what is .in the man. and that whether this is accomplished through the shorter and easier means of schools and academies or through the laborious method Mr. Bacon and thousands of others have •had to persue, the man is nevertheless educated, the chief difference being that the self-educated and self made man deserves the greater credit." Organizing- to Build a Road. • A special from Hawarden says: ''The leading business men of Hawarden are contemplating organizing a company to build a road from Hawarden to Boon. A careful estimate has been made and it is the belief-of those having the project in charge that the right-of-way can be secured at little cost. Many farmers will give the right-of-way, and take stock in the road besides. Rock Valley and Hawarden, as well as the farmers along thpline of ;tb.e new-road, need "it badly,:;and it is believed there will be little trouble to ^rganize a company to build il. If the company is organized 'the inte'ptfon is to .push the work as soon as spring opens, so the road will be in operation before next fall's trade. The new road will.;be an extension of the Omaha." ' Why not organize a company in Algona, and next spring take hold and build a line from Algona to Belmond to connect ''with the Iowa Central. Now is a good time to start the ball .to'-rolllng. It would be of untold benefit to the town to have that branch put in next summer. Let's organize! New Road to the Coast. A new railroad line to the Pacific iSjtp contemplation by eastern capitalist^". It will start at Sioux Falls and an*,i run almost in a direct line to Pierre South Dakota,and from thence west to the eastern part of Wyoming, where it connects with a line running into the coal; region of that state. Senator Pettigrew says that the contract for the first 400 miles of the road has been let and that work will begin on it in, June '95. The section of the road from eastern Wyoming to the Yellowstone Park will be built in 1896, apd the remaining part to Seattle and Tacoma later on. If this scheme Is carried to a success-, consummation it will make the B. G. R. and N. a through line between the east and the Pacific, Pyopiinent lowans go Hunting, Monday a hunting party- left Du- buqe organized by Capt. J. F. Merry of the Illinois Central, for the Mississippi delta for an outing among the bear, deer and wild turkey so plentiful in that section on the country. The party will have the use of a private Pullman sleeper and a dining car, and will be an exceptionally jolly one, as wlli be seen from the following incomplete list of those intending to go! Col, D. B. Henderson, Senator J. H, Gear, Joseph Morgan, private secretary to Sepator Wm. B. Allison; Co). Daniel Glas,ser, S. ,A, Atherton apd Governor Jackson, An Editor's Capacity. editor of this paper presided'as n a law suit, Monday; clerked the election Tuesday; went to J)m- metaburg aijcl wa|te<j for election re- tttrqs. Wedraesahy, and if we don't get Out a'^oq^pjiper tp'cJa^.yQU, cap Jay it to tihft t(/ifiV»tifij w**•.'Ui«*..*.t,.-. »„ xi ii FIRE! FIRE! Is what we have got to have for the next six months. Don't make a mistake in buying a HEATING STOVE. THE OAK GARLAND for 1894 is the ackowledged leader in Oak Stoves. The tightest fitting stove ever made. Best fuel savers. THE PEERLESS GAF^bAND For hard coal cannot be excelled by any stove in the market. THE COLUMBIAJX! STEEL ^AJXIGES Is without a doubt the best steel range . in the market. Takes less fuel; bakes quicker than any steel range made. Note--I have 25 Second Hand Stoves that will be sold VERY CHEAP, from $3 up. Call ; and look my stoves over. J, W, ROBINSON, Buy of the New Firm PATTERSON & SON. *. * * Where you will find a complete line of Staple .-•$• Crockery, Glassware, Etc. ' We have a flne line,of canned and dried fruits. Fresh fruits in their season. We are headquarters for the celebrated White- Lilly Flour which we are selling very low. We have on hand a car load of flne winter apples. We pay the highest market price for butter and eggs. We earnestly solicit a share of your patronage and will do our best to please you by fair and honest dealing. PATTEKSON & SON, b Wire Penciii We Handle the Genuine din We have the Exclusive Bight to Efanflle This Wire m Algo»a, ; Winter is coming and you will want » good heater. ;i^v <s 'v • .• • *v •'\ * . • " ! ^H'',?n^*v^ .jS",* '•.. 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