The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 17, 1895 · Page 1
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"^f£iPfiV* r» vn; * r \ «i Wi ^^Ol^^L;;i! ? %]i| ESTABLISHED 1865, , IOWA, WEDNESDAY, *TOL¥ 17, 1898, VOL, Don't Miss It The- is*.. Ofiera House Grocery. At the . $1 Shoe Sale Fair Store. As we placed orders in the factories for a large quantity of shoes of all kinds when the shoe market had reached the lowest point that has ever been known, and before the sudden advance in leather which has caused the big advance in shoes, it places us in position to sell shoes at retail at what is now the wholesale price. As we are a little short of room for our big stock we have put part of the stock in the Fair Store, and will close out all of the stock that we have—only a few pair of a kind—regardless of cost. Shoes for 7Sc worth $1.00 to $1.25 Shoes for $1.00 worth 1.50 to 2.50 Shoes for 1.50 worth 2.50 to 4.00 G. L. Galbraith & Go. Look for It. Don't Miss to Try It. Everyone Speaks Well of It. What is It?- A choice assortment » 9 f CANDIES of the finest . Ever brought to Algona. WHO SELLS IT? JAMES PATTERSON, Sole Agt At Irvington, Iowa. The Best Minnesota Flour, Fancy Patent, per sack, , , $1,10 Bed Rose, per sack, , , , 1,00 Family, per sack, , .75 Q-raniuated Sugar per Jmadred, 5,00 14aok rope, per lb,; , ' . , ,00 , Try our oaimed goo^s, per doz,, 1,00 J, E, & 0, J, DUTTQN, upport Home Interests, KNEE PANTS RULED OUT, The Hotel Orleans Decides that Bicycle Costttiaes are wot in the Dining Room, J. 0, Reaver (a CapWlh Now—Bailey oh Nsws Notes of , the Notthwest. A curious law suit is oh which arises out of the bicycle coatuine of the period. And curiously enough it is Hot the female but the male bloomer that is in evidence. Up at the Hotel Orleans a short time ago Platt B. Walker, a heavy lumber dealer, and W, H, EU editor of a lumberman's paper, both of Minneapolis, stopped at the hotel, while on a bicycle tour, for dinner. What was their surprise on attempting to enter the dinning room to be informed that they would not be allowed in the room with their bicycle trousers on. At first the objection was taken as a joke, but the management insisted that they would not be allowed to walk through the dining room wearing knee pants while there were ladies present. Mr. Walker finally had to assuage his appetite in the ordinary and Mr. Ellis went down town for his dinner. They now propose to get even for their ruffled dignity in a most substantial manner. If the hotel is as stringent as this on the male trouser, what would happen if the female outfit should show up at the dining room door) 1 Bnllcy on the Tramp Nuisance. Britt Tribune: Neighboring towns are pulling the u yags" and giving them their choice of going to pounding stone or shaking the dust from themselves. Mason City, Forest City and Algona are "In it" so far. That is the way to serve them, every vag that begs a meal, let the marshal put him on the street to work or fire him p. d. q. The lazy loafers, they can all get work at some price in the hay fields, if they are not too lazy to work. They would rather steal potatoes from the farmers, and lie in the shade in the day time and steal nights than do any kind of work. It is not doing an act of charity or even justice to give one in twenty-five of them a mouthful to eat. So long as they can beg their living, just that long they will tramp, and when they have to work they will do so, and the sooner they begin the better for all concerned. A Suggestion to Democrats. The Armstrong Journal thinks that Samuel Mayne is going to be easily vanquished, in which it is "off". But here is its suggestion to the opposition: It is generally supposed that the nomination is equivalent to an election, but if James Taylor will buckle on his armor he can make it very interesting for Sam Mayne from now until November 5. And there is J. J, Ryan who sells the earth. He can wallop into -the earth any ; political opponent in the county if he is given half a chance. If the citizens of Kossuth think the matter over seriously and consider the many important questions to be legislated on next winter they could find very few better fitted to represent them than this same J. J. Ryan. A Merry Camping Party. Armstrong Journal: The Algona boys who are camping at Silver Lake invited the Armstrong boys to take supper with them Tuesday evening, T. L. Thorson, Amle Peugnet, John Flemming:, I. M. Pritohard and Chas. Glass were present at the feast, > Several more of the boys would have gone but previous engagements prevented. An elaborate bill of fare was spread and the boys ate, drank and were merry. Algona people always" do things up brown and no better host could be found than a crowd of boys from Algona, Our boys returned highly pleased with the entertainment, The Algona boys are Guy Taylor, Frank Chandler, Howard Robinson, Ernest Raymond, Mart Weaver, Mr. Paul, Mr. Ladeadorff and B. W. Haggard. West Bend Abroad, The Advance tells this undoubtedly true story on its own town: A young man from near this city was at Bolfe the Fourth, when he was engaged in conversation by a stranger, who asked him where he was from, Upon being told that he was from West Bend, the stranger, without a moment's hesitation, sgld; "Give me a drink." It is Capt, .1, O. Heaver Now. A new company of the Iowa National Guard was mustered in »t Kgoxvil Thursday evening by Adjutant-General Prime and Lieutenant Wilkins,' J. O, Reaver is the captain of the new organ*, izfttfon, Knoxville has been trying for some time to get a company of militia, sn<l the citizens are jubilant over their eucoes.s. The company }« Company P Third Regiment, r r t« , the famous Hungarian violinist, gave a free performance § days figp. Hi played § y'lflUii jn loestftbUsb the qualify fit an fflSflt ih»J W Stew »a& wbiolj ii saM ta be » genuine gu-ftiHvartvjs for Paitf offered s> large §«», R (Jecfoi-e4 (hut the Inetruiaent ie got $ Her, county surveyor of KtJsauth coun* ty, has been visiting ffiettdd itt Humboldt the past Week. Arthur has many friends here. Burn kossuth'8 Lame Left. Geo. Holloway, who now owns the well known Bancroft running horse, which is lame, will get ftH 'expert to fire the tendons. It may cure the trouble. Where Did the Sciintof fitly lit Senator Grower gave Father Nagle of Garner a fish, which his reverance snys is the largest he has seen since leaving Germany. A West Pointer Secured at Last, Fred H. Gallup of Boone has passed the necessary examination for West Point, and has been duly enrolled as a student from the Tenth district. FSBSONAIi MOVEMENTS. Etbert Tuttle goes to Ames to study. He began yesterday. Miss Lillle Kundert has gone to Stillwater, Minn., for a visit. Miss Margaret Rutherford has returned to her schooj work at Ames, Mrs. L. M. B. Smith and daughter Ada start for Spokane Falls tomorrow for a visit. W. H. Ingham and Fred, went to Okoboji yesterday for a few days fishing outing, Mrs. Frank Kahler of Des Motnes visited Mrs. Amy Seeley, and both have gone to Chicago for a visit, Mrs. Dickinson and daughter, who have been visiting at J. F. -Laoy's, returned to JanesviTle, Wis., Monday. Geo. Ward, a cousin of F. M. Taylor, is out from his New York home on a visit and will be in Algona some days. Horace Mann returned to Washington yesterday for another year in the service of the nautical almanac department.' Miss Bessie Bon well and Miss Florence Crandall came from Blue Earth City last week to visit Mrs. F. D. Calkins. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Warren are in Whitewater, Wis., on a visit, and are out camping this week with Mr. and Mrs. Cravath. Misses Grace and Lou Smith, daughters of John G. Smith went to Ames Monday to begin a course at the agricultural college. Mrs. Doxsee and daughter, Gwennie, visited C. M. and O. J. Doxsee last week. Miss Gwennie returned to Ames yesterday for school. Judge Quarton is at Oskaloosa for ten days at home. • Masters Harold and Sumner went with him to have a visit with their grandparent*. Roy Wilbur, who went to Los Angeles five years ago, is at home for the summer with his parents on the farm. He was in the fruit business while gone and likes southern California, but his health has not been good. Carm E. Davenport of St. Paul, late treasurer of the Metropolitan opera house, succeeds D. M. Evans as bookkeeper of the Algona Deposit & Loan association. He came to Algona some days ago and is now at work. He is a very genial and competent man. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Branson are up from Independence for a visit The latter part of this announcement is due to Glen's getting married some three months ago to an estimable young lady of Independence, He enjoys his work at the hospital and goes back in two weeks. Paul Junkin, editor of the Orange City Herald, came to Algona from the state convention, and after a day's visit went home with bis wife, who was Miss Marcy. Mr, Junkin belongs to a family of editors, his father being the oldest in service in the state, and is one of the rising young men of the state, MONEY to loan on long or short time. Geo, C. Call.-tf Wool Wanted. The undersigned haying leased the Paragon Woolen Mills for a term of years is prepared to pay from 3 to 5 cents a pound more for wool in oassi* meres, blankets, flannels, or yarns than can be obtained at your home market. Send for samples and prices. Roll and bat carding a specialty. Address S. D, Duncan, West Mitchell, Iowa.~?m4 IT MAY DO AS JJUOW FOB YOU. Fred Miller of Irving, III, writes that he bad a severe kidney trouble for many years with severe pains in his back, And also that his bladder wss affected, He tried many sO'called kidney cures, but without any good result, About a ye»r ago he began wje use of Electric Bitters and found relief at once, Electric Bitters ia especially adapted to the cure of »U kidney and liver troubles, and often gives almost instant relief, One trisl will prove our statement. Price only gOofor large bottle at Pr, Sheet?' drug store. 6 KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES, The State Commander writes us from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "After trying other medicines tor what seemed to be a very obstinate cougb in our two children 'we Wed Dr. King's New Discovery and «t theeusiof twoftays tl^eoouglj entirely left tfcem. We will eot be without it hereafter, 89 our experience proves that it ourea where all ower remgflies f»U.»—Signed F. W, Steyen8,St8te, Cow.'-Wby R9& give tola great medlpipe ft trial. SI it la guaranteed and tr}»J littles arcs free at L,, A, Sheets' grug sto,rg. Regular elge 6Qo. and f 1. a Wfii jmft want t» say a few words Je We are I»QW carat* WQPB. mUiipjj Ji %i This is what we all hope to do. gentle showers, pleasant weather, one feeling good, By the way, you to eat Please remember that we carry; a large and complete line of Groceries Both staple and fancy. Call and see You will find our prices right and goods -;Jf '":fr 5 .' .i?h right. Langdon •/•§ Do You Have Trouble in getting SHEARS that will CUT?- We, have them that will not only cut today, but for all time— Every pair warranted. . For the next thirty days we will sell you' a' fine, fully warranted Jack KnifeJbr 43 GE^NTS ' * You will pay 60 cents for it anywhere. You, can afford to have one sent you by mail if you cannot comedo the store for it. Return it if it is not satisfactory. Every knife warranted. Good knives for 5, 10, 20, and 25 cents, We have the finest line of Scissors and Knives ever shown in the county. C. M. DOXSEE, HARDWARE. FURNITURE! W E call especial attention to our new Book , Racks and Wall Shelves, Just the thing for cheap book case. Complete stock of ^ULUJJlCbV DDUUn. Ui I T1 Undertaking Goods, A, 11, NSURANGE, Also Land, Loan and Collection Business,. Office over Algona State Farmers' of Cedar Rapids Phoenix of Hartford. Hanover of New York, California in 3! Days. Without change of cars, > All meals ?<?rved in dining Northwestern' Liite A 1 VI V* I YV V s *? »*W* * * W,*l I V* Variable f.Q«1;e to fia,lifQrnia an en sale

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