The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 19, 1894 · Page 1
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•feM??** . 8STABMSHM) 1865, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IB, 1804. VOL, XXZX-N0. Don't Pass By on the Other Side fromthe ipera House Qrocery. fYou wont See Their Nice iHoliday Goods if you Do. 6. L Galbraith & Co. Final Christmas Week. We have the nicest line of Table Linen and Napkins to be found. Neck Scarfs from 25c to $1.. The largest line of Handkerchiefs ever shown in trie city, from 1 cent to $1 each. Now is your time to get A Present. Now is tlie Time look for ', Christmas Goods and the place to look is at A. D. McGregor's furniture store. He has.a fine assort- f ment of Ladies' and Gents' Rockers, Din- ling Chairs, Tables, Writing Desks, Carpet |Swee'pers, etc, Call and look our stock >ver and get prices before buying your |Christmas present, A. D, McGregor. Shoes and Slippers ^.Christmas And Lowest PriQ.es, at rr* : Brownell's Prim* n f Ml V YY Al VAA O Boots and Sto, Rubbers and Overshoes, kadJ§§' and fears' Qvsr alters, aioyss and Mittens. Our .sjQgk of .BsGtf pdftessisthg largest and most ceraptetsJQ be to thi* pirt of the state. Our piWspeak WILL BE ABIG MEETING, Teachefsof.the State to Congregate Soon at Ces.Molnes-An 1m* iiortant Gathering, Ernrnetsbutg's Mortgages Sold—An Ac- cidetttal Shooting Neat the 'fiutg —General Notes* The annual meeting of the State Teachers' Association to be held In Des Mollies, December26 to 28, promises to be a great gathering of the representative teachers of ,the state. The announcements and programs of the meeting, issued by the executive committee, make a pamphlet of twenty pages. It contains, in addition to the program of the general association, that of the educational council, those of four department meetings, four section meetings and ten round table meetings. These programs cover eyery phase of educational work from the kindergarten to the university. Upon the general program appear the names of such well- known orators and thinkers as Qov. Jackson, State Supt. Sabin, Senator Harsh of Creston, Representative Weaver of Wnpello, and Pros. Cook of Illinois Normal university. One entire section will be devoted to 'the subject of "Needed Educational Legislation," with a view to unifying and formulating the. wishes of Iowa educators as to improvements in the -school at reduced rates addressing P. B. laws.' Booms and board may be secured by Cooper, Des Molnes. For programs and other Information address D. S. Wright, chairman executive committee, Cedar Falls, Iowa. The usual reduction, one and one- tkird, will be made on all railroads entering in Des Moines. Members will pay full fare going and one-thfrd fare returning from the meeting. , When the journey is made over more than one line it is necessary for the passenger to purchase separate, local tickets and procure certificates therefor for each line in the territory over which he travels going, to the meeting. Certificates will hot be, honored for return tickets at reduced rates unless presented within two days after the date of adjournment of the meeting (Sunday not being accounted a day), nor will certificates be honored in cases where going tickets were purchased more than three days prior to the commencement of the meeting,. nor after date announced as closing date thereof. Emmetsburg Mortgages Sold, NEW YORK, Deo. 14.— Mortgages to a total of $1,800,000 are to be sold at the Stock Exchange after the close of business today by the Mercantile Trust company as the result of the failure some time since of the American Investment company of Emmetsburg, Iowa. The object of the sale is to redeem the debentures, a third of a million of which, together with a similar sum in guaranteed loans; are held by English capitalists. It is said that a scheme had been put up by which the mortgages were to be sold for a song and the Investment company held for the further amount necessary to satisfy the claim. Judge Shiras of Dubuque, however, has put a quietus on this scheme by ah order to Receiver Allen that the poor must be paid first and there are just about enough assets in Iowa to recoup the poor wage workers who had invested their small earnings in the Investment company's mortgages on the expectation of larger returns, The indications are, therefore, that the English investors will have to whistle for their money. Accidentally Shot. A sad accident occurred about twelve miles northeast of Emmetsburg, in Vernon township, Wednesday evening shortly after dusk, in which John Jer- amiahson was accidentally shot and instantly killed. It seems that he and another young roan keep bach some little distance from where his father lives but still near enough for him to have his folks do their baking, John and this friend had been over to Mr, Jera- miahson's and just after dusk they started for their, own home on horseback, On their way home they ran across several jack rabbits, John told his friend to stay and watch them and he would proceed to the house and get his gun and try to kill one. He rode to the bouse, got his gun and was re* turning with it when, in all probability, the horse stumbled and the gun was accidentally discharged, blowing the back of his head off, ing am "in it, whether ther* is a polht it Iowa four- tee^ miles from a railway stalloh. As ft bftW flt6ft there is Hd such polflt lfl the 6tRte« but by bublte highway thofe is but one—accordibg to the railway eofti- talssio&er's map, and it is IB the south* west corner of section 16, Otter town* ship, 'Crawfdfd cdunty, which Is* tow teen tnlles ffom Detilson. the fact Is thefe are hot.twenty • farmers In Iowa Hvlttg teh tulles frdma railroad. Jnlto Freeh Cut on tilate, J, A. Freeh wet with att annOyllig intshap last Friday evehing while attending a party at the home of C. H. Wunn of Ramsay. In a souffle, with some of the young folks he was pushed against one of the large panes of glass in the windows, breaking it, and In falling catching his right arm just above the elbow on the sharp points of the Shattered glues and running several pieces deep Into the flesh. The Register snys the doctors were unable to extract the glnss, and Jacques has been carrying a rather bad arm In a sling since. Unncroft's Champion shooters. A. Sundstrom and C. J. Lenander toolt in the big shoot at Davenport. The Register says: Carl returned Monday after only one day's sport, bring- ample evidence that he had been ." a mackintosh, pair of skates, and set of stiver spoons, besides enough money prizes to pay expenses, was the size of the pile he raked In. Axel, remained till Wednesday and got for himself likewise a scad of stuff. Verily the town that can put forth a better .team, outside the professional list, Is very remote from this section. Some Curious Specimens. Frank RuSsOll, the Fort Dodge boy who has boon exploring In the Arctic regions for the State University, has turned his collection over. The collection consists of several musk oxen, polar bears and other rare northern animals; also a large collection of Ivory carvings and other ethnological material. The collection is worth between $0,000 and $8,000. Without doubt the Russell expedition is ono of the most successful over sent out by an institution of learning. A New Wrinkle lit WrlRht County. Not a few of the farmers near Clarion are trying a new way of "shucking" their corn that had been out and shocked, by running it through a threshing machine the same as small grain. The process not only gives them corn shelled and cleaned in good shape but transforms the stalks Into excellent fodder. It Is a new method in this locality, but works so satisfactorily that it promises to soon become general with those who cut and shock their corn. Christmas Is You will want some nice fancy bandy lor the holidays,, We nave a fine new line of the justly famous, Kranz Candies. Also a nice line of fruits and nuts, Call and see us. Langdon & Hudson. -If you are needing one let us show you!! SOME OF OUR NEW FRENCH COVERT CLOTHS^54 inches wide; in a variety of colorings and combinations resembling men's fine suitings. The latest thing for tailor-made suits, for $1.10: sold everywhere for $1.25. OR A Hro, Hlnclion Buffalo Center Tribune; Bro, HJn- ohon of the Algona Courier has Jn the past proven himself a thoroughly good administration democrat, and a faithful of the faithful in hie advocacy of the beautiful doctrine of free trade and the whole world for a market by reason of which, undoubtedly, it wag his pole whjojj swiped the postofflce persimmons test year, But the following from hi$ columns of two weeks ago implies that he has experienced a change of heart and become a convert to the republican idea of prpteQttQns "Ifyw $ba* we have two of as good flpwiog mills as there are in tbe country, suppose that we levy a 4uty of 86 cents a eaok OB »H shippM into AJgQBfl. Tbftt ia Is a Good City. Britt Tribune: Algona papers want electric light put in. They claim that Mason City, Ernrnetsburg, Spencer, etc., are getting ahead of Algona in public improvements, Algona Js a good city with three good papers and we are glad to see them agitating all progressive measures. The country surrounding it is bound to make Algona a big city in a very few years. A Mighty Mean Man. Ed, Bailey says in the Britt Tribune: The meanest man in Iowa lives in Algona. He stole hens from a widow who raised them to eke out an existence. He ought to be bound out to a gimlet maker, and fed on bean soup for five years, and have to eat it with a gimlet out of a jug. An Odd Find In Tauin, Th,e tooth of some gigantic oxtinqt animal was rescued the other day by Mr, H, C, Clark from his kitchen stove into which it had found its way by being imbedded in a chunk of Boono coal. It is Of inches long by 2 in width, A Curious Situation, Over in Palo Alto a farmer named Jensvold is going to put in a claim for damages done by the county superintendent, who, It seems, while trying to find a school house, trampled down a portion of his cornfield, GEO, E, BQYLE TQB The Mayor of Whtttemore Boom •"• Kosgutb'0 Voice 50-5n. BLACK STORM SERGE, all wool, fine texture, fast '-&M and unfading color, for 7Sc. ' ; ""-'^ OR SOME HIGH-GRADE IMPORTED HENRIETTAS, all wool, soft and lustrous, for 6oc, 75c, and $i. Black and colors. You could duplicate the price, but not the textnre. ; OR FOR CHEAPER DRESSES, A new HOPSACKING, CHEVIOT, CASHMERE, FANCY SUITINGS in a variety of styles and prices. , We'll be glad to show you any or all. Our determination to give the greatest excellence, for the least money is well known. . . , and The Grange Store. Hustle / to. s Enjoys a >VJJJ He The Lu Verne News refers to a squib In the Courier of last week about Geo, E. Boyle's offer to take the governor's office if no ono else wants it, and says: The News believes we might look farther and fare worse, and we there' fore take him at his word, and have the honor to present to our readers the name of Hon. Geo. E, Boyle fop the of< floe of governor of Iowa. We were a little afraid that Kossutb county would be left ovjt of THE the governorshfp , ,-,,„. DES MQINES' offer to furnish one notwithstanding, but fortunately this Belf'SaorifloJng gentleman from, whittenwe oomep forward and lighten a cloudy day, by announcing & a ! h , e . b w UUng to Biftke d martyr of Drug Store, V W' s $$. Ask for Snowatilla. Only 25c.- Great Bargains At the New Stored -For the Next Thirty '•vS &i I have the finest line of crockery that has ever been in Al»' gona, I think I can suit the most fastidious, It will pay every person in Kossuth county to call, Now is the time 'to buy your holiday good?, I carry a large line of groceries, aH prices to suit the tod times, J have a ear of fine New York ;«/ apples, Now is the time to put in your winter stock ' v ' a prices go up, Thanking you for past favors, I am« Respectfully, . '»&£ \'>d FARM

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