The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1895 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 27, 1895
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Presents: and Ranges are sold with the absolute guarantee of being the finest and best constructed stoves In the market. In case of any imper* fection in material or workmanship the manufacturer agrees to make the same good. THE GARLANDS are the only stoves made with a mixture of the highest grade of iron and aluminum. The COLUMBIAN Garland Steel Range Requires Less Fuel and bakes quicker than any other steel range made. Please call and get prices before buying. I am at the old stand, where I have been for the past 22 years. * J. W. Robinson. Children's Wash Suits, Ladies' Waists, Ladies' Wrappers, Ladies' Duck Suits, Ladies' Wool Suits, Ladies' Wool Skirts, Ladies' and Misses' Capes, The only line of made goods in the city. Millinery Dept. opens April 1st. Jas, Taylor. PUMPS It will be to your interest to get our prices on WATER TANKS and CISTERNS, GAS PIPE and FITTINGS, PUMPS of all kinds. Leather, Rubber and Gandy Complete stock of HOSE and Hose Fittings. Globe Valves and all kinds of Steam Fittings. OILS qf all kinds. Lubricating Oils, Cylinder'Oils, Linseed Oil, Kerosene and Gasoline. BELTING If you want to save money, get our prices, SPURBECK & LAMBERT. 0. L. LTJND. cSs. [Successors to C. L. Lund—Established 1880.] J. J, RYAN REAL ESTATE DEALERS We wish to announce to the readers of THE UPPBB DBS MOINES that we have extraordinary facilities for the selling of farms and unimproved lands in northern Iowa, and we invite all who wish to .dispose of their property to call on us at our office in Algona. or to correspond with us. ^P~As soon as spring opens we have a large number of customers from the eastern states who are ready to come out and secure a piece of Iowa soil at reasonable rates We believe in fair dealing, and if you want to sell your property don't waste any time in listing it With us. Yours respectfully, LUND & RYAN Slagle's Harness Shop. Manufacturers and dealers in Harness, Saddles, Whips, IROBES, and all Harness goods. Also a full line of Trunks, Grips, and Telescopes, Repairing neatly and promptly done. All work, first- class. Give us a call, and we guarantee satisfaction. ' ••'• •'.. \... ••• ' " ' ' & SON, , PRESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat First-class accommodations at reasonable rates, Operations for cataract, strabismus, n&sai deformities, etc, Catarrh rationally treated and cause removed, Spectacles scientifically fitted ; finest quality lenses ground to order. Office hours, 10 to 12, 1 to 5, except Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Oppo site Parti hotel, Mason Oity, Dr. Preston visits Algona regularly, At Dr. gtull's office on Tuesday, May 81. M ONEY ON REAI* ESTATE, HQX1E & BBUNSON. WATiR OR NO PAY, SCOTT & DAILEY, well contractors. We have cable steam drilling machine own,e<J in ©MS 'sisesM ^.U;£vf • W m^lHfte. - 'I A New Harness Shop. S. P. CHBISTENSEN Has opened a harness shop In the front room of his livery barn, *nd keeps on hand Harness, Blankets, Robes, and.everythingtnthe line of horse clothing. Go and see him for goods in his line. Will exchange harness for fresh cows and those soon to be fresh, Does repairing of all kinds, •-..'... , r * Jete*. Oxr, Painter and Paper Hanger, Postal card orders prpmptjy attended to. All work warranted for five years. Carriage Painting a Specialty. OCUJ-JST. All diseases of tne eye treated. ^ ,-„-.„ Qlftsses adjusted for errors of refraction and accommodation. No charge for examination,, For several weeks pr, Murphy has been in New York taking a post-graduate course onlh.e eye, 9^4 will remain thereuntil ICE! ICE! ICE! f the pajrt winter J hj^ve enlarge4 «y ~— — —u4 49Q TORS Pi of Mr. Imnd'e Bert Killed, and In tfottf of fhett Tubefcnloats is Cleatly Shown. The Wotk in Chatgft of Prof. Baker of Chicago — fc«maittd« Hat to S* Killed ttt Present, The post mortem examination of C, L. Lund's quarantined cattle occurred Monday, It was conducted by Prof. Baker of Chicago, an experienced vet* erinartan, as Was evident to ail present, He was assisted by Drs. McCoy, Gat" field, and Kenefick, Five cattle Were killed, and slight traces of tuberculosis Were found in four. In one no trace was found, but as it might be very obscure, a microscopic test would Undoubtedly reveal it, The disease was usually in some of the small glands. In none was it in the udder, and in only one in the lungs. It was apparent to all<present that the cattle had the disease, but it was also apparent that they were not seriously enough affected to warrant a wholesale destruction unless the flesh is beyond doubt unfit for food. Dr. Sayers was present on Mr. Lund's invitation and joined in the suggestion that no more cattle be killed, but that an effort be made to allow the remainder to be fatted and sold in Chicago subject to examination when slaughtered. Prof. Baker said they would all mss inspection by the government Inspectors, as in only advanced stages was meat rejected on account of tuberculosis. This is in line with Henry Wallace's advice and the last government bulletin. It cleans up the dairy herd, gets rid of infected animals, and causes a much less severe loss to Mr. Lund. Prof. Baker endorses the tuberculin <est to the extent of saying that it is iccurate when the cattle show a reac- iion of three degrees or- more. Dr. Sayers and Prof. Nlles undoubtedly made a correct test in this case. Prof. Baker, however, does not consider the disease in primary stages at all dangerous, except as it is likely to spread. Tor meat the cattle are as good as ever. Money. I have unlimited money to loan on long or short time. B. W. HAGGARD. WE make a specialty of collections. )loud & Haggard. We Still 'Have Some of those 19-cent wool hose. It is a chance to secure good hosiery at factory prices. THE GRANGE STORE. LOT of farm machinery to trade for colts. John G. Smith. Miss EDNA MolNTYRE will arrive rom Chicago April 1, and take charge of the millinery department at Jas. Taylor's. CAPES at Galbraith's. IF you are thinking of buying a buggy, call at A. M. & G. M. Johnson's and ook over the work of the Henny Buggy "a., sold by them. It is the best.-61 BUY those 2-lb cans of coffee at the Opera House Grocery if you want a good drink. _^^ THE national flour now ii " Cereso- ia."-52 . ECONOMY. TO HAVE GOOD EAOES, A Programme for the Next County Fair that Will Not Fall to Attract Some Good Horses, The new running horses which have come to the county and whose names and fame have been heralded will have chance at the county fair. The committee on race programme met Friday and arranged a new distribution of moneys with a view to increasing the port this fall to match the increase in verything else which the new grounds ill make room for, Some running aces that have never been beaten in owa are certain to result. The pro- gramme is as follows: THURSDAY, OCT. 2. Novelty Eace—Open to all horses owned the county. Entrance free. Distance miles; first half mile walk, second half nfle trot, third half mile run. Purse $25, Running—Open to all horses owned in he county, thoroughbreds and professional unning horses barred, the race being fop arm horses and' ponies, Half-mile heats, wo in three, entrance free, purse $35. Running—Free for all; Half-pile heats wo in three, five to enter, three to start, ntrance five per cent., 10 per cent, from dnners, purse $100, Trotting—3i40 class, five to enter, three o start, five per cent, entrance, 10 percent, rom winners, purse $ 100. FBIDAT, OCT. 8. Trotting—Free for all; Five to enter hree to start, entrance five per cenj;., 10 er cent, from winners, purse $100. Trotting—County race, open to all horses wned in the county having a record of not nder8s50. Mile heats, best two in three, ntrance five per cent., 10 per cent, from Dinners, purse |50, Runnipg—Two-year-old, half-mile dash, pen to horses owned in the county, en- * A warded Highest Honors—World'* l*«liv BAKING ¥ he iFeduettori of Ihe Sntraftce fees fwwa straight 10 per eefifc.» and holding the fair after all the adgfttoting fairs afe over, will ifisure the best faeesever Seen en the track, afld it is believed that the pregramfae is Aft&fiff&d te provide entertainment for the visitors, The programme of bicycle races, and other spans will be arranged and pub" lished later, MADE, __ pamphlet on air ,,.„ tag machinery. Leave at this office, TttY oil meal for stock, Lanzdoh & Hudson, ^^^^^^^^^^ A. M. & G. M. JOHNSON sell the Birdsell wagon, the best wagon on earth, The Birdsell received the gold medal at the world's fah'.-61 IP you want to know what Economy IB, go to the Opera House Grocery. WHY have poor bread when you can get "Ceresota?" Ask for it at Walker Bros. '—62 ALL the latest patterns of glassware at Langdon & Hudson's. DEATH OF MBS. EASTMAN. The Wife of Wesley's Old Pastor Dies 8uddenly-Goo. A. FrlUk Will Continue Business-Other Notes. WESLEY, March 26.—Word was received here last Friday from Buffalo Center of the sudden death of Mrs. S. L. Eastman, wife of Rov. S. L. Eastman, formerly pastor of the M. E. church here. Mrs. Eastman had been troubled with heart trouble for years, but last Thursday night she retired feeling unusually better than she had for some time. About 3 o'clock Friday morning Mr. Eastman found her breathing very heavy, and tried to arouse her but could not, and in a few moments she was dead. As soon as the news reached here Mrs. S. E. Grove, Mrs. Gallagher, and Mrs. McCutchin drove over to Buffalo Center, where they learned that it was the wish of Rev. Eastman and his daughter, Mrs. Settle that the remains be buried at Wesley. They returned and made arrangements for the funeral which took place here Monday. A large number of friends and former parishoners met them at the depot and accompanied the remains to the cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Eastman made many warm friends during the two years he was pastor here, and our people showed appreciation of.their labors among us by so tenderly laying her remains to rest. Mrs. O. Robinson has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Donaldson, at Britt for the past few days, returning Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dem say and Mrs. David Price came over from Buffalo Center Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Eastman. H. C. Hollenbeok is selling farm ma- ihinery for W. T. Presnell. J. S. Gallagher has the stone and sand on the ground for his new house. C. E. Jones has been taking in the sights at Des Moines for the past few days. During his absence Billie Mc- utchin has been tending the warehouse. Sheriff Samson came over from Algona last Saturday and closed up Geo. A. Frink's store on an attachment 3worn out by some of his creditors. This was a surprise to a good many as we supposed this was one of our solid firms. But it is reported that it is only a little misunderstanding and that everything will be adjusted satisfactorily and he will be running along as usual in a few days. ' Our schools will close next Friday for a week's vacation. Don't forget to come out the evening of the 3rd, 4th, and 5th of April and hear Frank W. Evans lecture. His reputation throughout the state as a lecturer is one of the best. Everybody cordially invited. Money. I have unlimited money to loan on long or short time, B. W. HAGGARD. WE make a specialty of collections. Cloud & Haggard. FOB SALE—Full blood Holstein bull. J. J. Wllson.-SltS ECONOMY at the Opera House Grocery. ECONOMY. CHASE & SANBORN'S famous coffees and seal brand tea, Walker-* Bros,, ex' elusive agents. •. "'"'• -• SEE the Dutch Boy riding cultivator at A. M. &G; ,Mt Job nspn r Bj : -also the U. S, new style corn planter,r-$i GAZE on that JO cent table of canned goods at Wajker Bros,' Suitable for this time'bf the year. Ask for them, THE GJRANGEI STORE, MONEY to loan on long or short time, Geo. C, Call.-tf f Sale. Building suitable for hotel or boarding house; centrally located; bestbus' iness opening in Algona; a. great bar* gain,-49t8 J. J, WILSON, Money, Plenty of money now for all appli' cants a,t the Kossutb Qpunty State bank, for real estate loans at lowest rates, Money paid at once on compie* tion. of the papers, A GOOD Beatty organ for aaie pr to trade lor a WoyoJe, Inquire at this pffloe,Hl7tf ' Ha,HTEjs[ your labor and increase your prope by using the Rxjpk Island disc hftrrsw. The use of tbe«n will delight you, but npt make you wild, Sold by A, M. & G, M, Johnspn, AJgpna, We &*•« ?*iwp» f ft$ itawgwfc jffs »_ — udfttSu'—— — ' ™>pvW ;e Store Fire Sale. Special ...... Dress Goods Sale This Week and Next. W E offer our remaining line of Dress Goods, to close, at prices heretofore impossible* For convenience they have been divided into four lots, viz: Lot 1—A small line of wash goods, Dimities, India Mulls, Lawns, etc., for IQo a yard. These are mostly extra fine qualities usually sold from 15 to 2oc a yard—now offered at the uniform price of loc to close. Lot 2—Mixed and half- wool goods. Former prices 25 to 40 cts.,now 19 cts. Lot 3—All - wool Henriettas, Cashmeres, Diagonals, Suitings, etc., former price 65 to 85 cts., now 50 cts. Lot 4—Extra fine qualities Henriettas, Serge, etc., black only, for 75 cts., former price #1.00 and $1.25. The assortment is not full, but the goods are 1 all new, in good condition, and are worth today from 25 to, 33 per cent, more than the prices at which they are offered—TO CLOSE. FIRE SALE. I am going to close out my entire stock of Boots and Shoes regardless of what they cost I have settled with the insurance companies and shall let the goods go At Your Own Price. The goods are but slightly damaged, .arid the bargains you will get will make your hair stand, This sale for THIRTY DAYS ONLY. At Bronson's jewelry store, H, Andersorj. He is a partial list of the goods we* shall handle during 1895: Brown Corn Planters, Brown- CornJ Plows, Browii Corn Harrorws, Owens Fanning Mills, Standard Mowers, Full Steel Frame Disc Harrow, Finest Buggies, Surreys ana Phaetons on earth, Bradley & Nicoulin, " t. SHERIFF'S SALE, hereby given tfert by virtue of a, to me directed by the cleric fankofHuinl State Bank ot West Wm, H. Jneuanj, Ma« <nu. HV< John cu-amner, Walter Scoti B. Britohw, A. 0. Reef " d, y Kinney, Peoples s te Bank, Union JSeyger, Step. a«a best Wafer, tar cash, at the „.„„ ,,._, •PAW house, ID tfce town ot Algona, WS&$$Ww»' fey*" °» 1** 8 ^h "W °* AprtOapS, between the hfturaof a o'oloog a. »W n**<4 A AlfilMAli. M «* .._ ~*.4^| j4nv all fit f ' " AU»}> »U V* I ani SHERIFF'S SALE, Notice ia hereby given that b , e district court of Kossuta cauaty st the goods, chattels, lands, ten , , , etc., of Pete? Q. Keeter, Sarah a, fes _| , yor of The Dubuque B ^mmlm^^^mm b4&t and best bidder fop . tft» hours p? 8'Q — p. BJ. o» said flay "° "~

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