The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1895 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1865, ALGOKA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1896, VOL, DANGEE OF TUBERCULOSIS GRAPES Sets,,,',a Basket at the. 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 but all of the stock that we have—only a few pair of a kind—regardless of cost. ' Shoes for 75c worth $1.00 to $1.25 Shoes for $1.00 worth 1.50 to 2.50 .Shoes for 1.50 worth 2.50 to 4,00 G. L. Galbraith & Co.. Fancy Crockery. I want you to call and see my new stock of such as Platters, Sugars, Creamers, etc. Do not forget that I also keep a complete stock of FINE GKROpERIES. James Patterson, OAtHAHILTJN CONSUMER A New Deal. Holding 900 bushels, all 83 •.*rmB.is NO FAKE. Call 3fifyoTie3cpeotto'dotenoiiwp,8eeow of posts, ©to, Hare our usual laige stoofe '?ip$, P&p©y ? eta; it Be7« fcetfeea on F 'F7 '"&.!>'•:. S5i A. BOH} aa& soft stove & t Was Widely Disctissed Last Week in the National Veterinary As* sociation Meeting. 'ubetculin Endorsed and Declared ta the Safest arid fiest fest—Other Northwest Dr. Sayers was in atteridance upon he meeting of the vetei-triary associa- lon of the United States at Des Moines ast week. Many noted members o! he profession from many states wore Present, and many topics of interest o stock men were discussed. The most important result of the meeting and one of groat local interest is the .ctlon taken regarding tuberculosis. 1 hls society representing the ablest alent of the nation resolved very trongly that tuberculosis is a danger- us disease even in a mild form, and hat tuberculin Is not only a safe test ut is the only sure test. The resolu- ions in full are as follows: Whereas, Tuberculosis is an infectious isease, dangerous alike to man and the ower auimuls, and Whereas, Scientific experimentation has oinonstratcd the possibility of transmlt- ing the disease through dairy and other nlmal products from tuberculous animals, nd Whereas, The extensive use of tuber- ulin as a diagnostic agent has thoroughly emonstrated its high value for that urpose', therefore be it Resolved, That it is the judgment of the United States Veterinary Medical Associa- ion that it is the duty of sanitary boards. ,nd other health officers, to employ all Tactical methods calculated to restrict his disease. Resolved, That we regard the tuberculin eat as the only reliable means how known o the scientific world for detecting obscure ases of tuberculosis in the living subject, ,nd that it is a reliable test when per- ormed under proper and well known necessary conditions. It is further Resolved, That relianee upon physical xamination of animals for the existence f tuberculosis is unwise, deceitful and unwarrantable in the present days. A. Retail Ziumbormaus > Association. At the afternoon session of the northwest Iowa Retail Lumbermen's assocla- lon ut LeMars Friday, the association was divided up Into districts. Here- ofore the association has included all !owa northwest of Fort Dodge, and iouthern Minnesota. It was found that his territory was too large to get a _rood attendance at the meeting, so It was decided yesterday to divide the erritory into districts and elect thirteen directors. Kossuth is in district sTo. 4, which is as follows: Emmet, 3 alo Alto, Kossuth, Hancock, Winnebago. Directors: J. A. Lyon, Forest ity, Mr. Shadboldt, representative of H. L. Jenkins Lumber company at mmetsburg. _____ An Old Settler Honored. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Murdock, parents of Rev. Marion Murdook 'orrnerly of Humboldt and of Miss Amelia Murdock a well known normal student and kindergarten teacher 'in Algona, were given a reception at Ikader Friday, on their golden wedding. Mr. Murdock was in the legislfl,- u re in 1845, was the first lawyer in Jlayton county, and the first judge of he Tenth judicial district. He has been an able man in Iowa for 60 years. Killed At Germanla. F. Brakenhlff, an 18 year old German, who had been in this country year, was killed last week Tuesday near Germania. His team was running away and he jumped from the wagon, falling under the wheels. A Rolfe Sensation, Prof. J. M. Humphreys, principal of the Rolfe schools, was arrested last week for seduction. He agreed to marry the girl, and later escaped. He was beginning his third term. 8, H, Tatt's jrjno Hogs. At the state fair at Des Moines, Taft & Co, of Humboldt won the sweepstakes premium on their two-year-old Poland China boar, Allerton Wilkes, with five of his pigs, Whitewater, Wis., came from Fort Dodge Monday to visit at R. B. Warren's. They go east Friday. Mayor Haggard came in from Louisville Monday evening. The next national encampment will be at St. Paul. All the veterans will be able to go there froitt this section. . W. H. ihghaffl returned Saturday from his Wisconsin trip with some very delicious small mouth bass, and a healthy sunburn on his face. He and Mrs. Ingham Went to Omaha Monday to visit Mrs. • Russell, Dr. Sheetz came back from Hot Springs a few days earlier than THE UPPER DBS MoiKfiS" was informed he would, He Is feeling better for his trip but don't like the Black Hills country. He saya he had rather be sick in Iowa than be well out there. World's Pure Food Exposition in Chicago recommends Bo it Don't Rain. Emmetsburg Democrat: The Kossuth county fair will not commence until tsjro weeks from ne#t Tuesday. It will be a sort of a winter meeting, Jt W1U Be a Great BIB Dea Moines Capital: The great big county of Kossuth will bold a fair beginning Sept. 30, and continuing to Owt. 31 Don't Need a Jail, State Register; The people of Kossuth are all good people, why have & jail at all? " MOVEMENTS, DEATH OF PSOr. DIXSON, Passed Awny tjH8t Saturday After a. tilntferifiK illness —Sketch of Hl8 Ijife—The neiiinlMs Taken to lies Molucs for Interment. The long illness of Pi-of. W. H. Dlxson ended in death Saturday at 3 o'clock, The funeral was held at the Congregational church Monday at 2:30 o'clock and the remains were taken to Des Moines on the 0:20 train by Mr. Holland, Mrs. Dlxson's brother. The church has never before been so handsomely decorated. White flowers bedded in green covered the platform and altar, and bright colors on the coffin, and the hundreds of bouquets brought by the students made the whole room beautiful. The students stood in line from the house and the hearse passed'between them. Palling in behind they marched in rank from the little ones of number one to the high school grade, and passing down the aisle each cast a bouquet on the coffin and took a farewell look at the loved face. A. L. Rist sang a beautiful solo, E. P. McElroy offered prayer, Rev. Stevens read a chapter in the bible, A. L. Bist and Miss Banks sang, Prof. Gllchrist briefly sketched the career of. the dead and paid a tribute to his memory, and Rev. Kennedy gave religious consolation to the mourners. The closing exercise was "God Be With You Till We Meet Again," his favorite song, rendered by the high school. Prof. Dlxson was born in Onetda county, New York, on a farm in 1847, and was 48 years and seven months old when he died. His parents died when he was 15 years of age, and he worked on a farm until 1878, when about 31 years of age, ho came to Iowa near Monticello still as a farmer. He taught a few terms of country school there and in 1873 spent a year in a normal school at Des Motnes. His ability was recognized and he was given work in the Des Moines schools and in 1874 had a ward school in the city. In .1882 he came to Webster City to act as principal, and in 1887 came to Algona. His education was entirely of his own acquiring and he was in the fullest sense a self made man. In 1879 he was married in Des Moines to Miss Lizzie Holland. Five children were born and now mourn their father. In his estimate of Prof. Dlxson, Prof. Gilohriat noted as his prevailing trait, modesty. He never pushed himself to the front. Executive ability was marked in him, Probably he had no superiors in the executive management of a school. He was thorough in his 1 own work and had mastered many branches. He took the schools in Algona at a time when they were badly disorganized, instituted a system of discipline many thought unnecessarily rigid, and brought them to a degree of order and harmonious work which will long survive his active superintendence.. He gave his entire attention to his work, overlooked every detail in every room, spared no effort, and dies mourned sincerely by all who were associated with him. In his social relations he was genial, modest, always affable, His relations with his fellow teachers were marked by uniform courtesy, He was firm in his opinions and unyielding in his methods but there was no friction in his manner of expressing the former or of enforcing the latter, Now that he is gone everyone who knew him will recall only memories of pleasant inter' course. He leaves behind him a record of work well done. Beginning life at a disadvantage, by' his own un» aided efforts he took a high rank in his profession, excelling.Jn many particulars, won the esteem of all he came in contact with, and died mourned by an entire community. A GOOP time is promised at the spelling school at Congregational church, Thursday night, Admission 10 cents, Everybody invited to come and spell. NQ PLACE like bonje; but what is home without a pair of those handsome, slippers sold by Brownel!? Sanitarium Foods. t32Lea±x. Langdon & Hudson^ There Never Was a Better Time To paint your house than now; no dust, no dirt, weather just the right temperature, and with the Sherwin-Williams you get the best possible results. It' is the BEST prepared ' PAINT made, reports to the contrary notwithstanding. We r have house paint, barn paint, floor paint, buggy paint, var>' nish staius in cans from one-half pint to five gallons. It don't pay to buy any paints but the best. , . 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 Undertaking Goods. ID, UP TO Df\TE>. Mrs, J, p. HecUftrt ie up front Eagle Groye on, a visit, und Mrs, kewis 5, imltb got off • pu their western trip*' „.,.£>, H. Reynolds of DBbuaue }8 visiting her brother, Rev, ReeBeay, WJUi Haggard wesj to Obteaga Friday for two weeki there &a4 , at brQtber4&-lw jjf eiBgiey, came «j? ivm 8K visit, s?Ul < that A \vsrde4 Highest Honors-World's WWP s^^Sf Fair, 40 Ibs best granulated sugar'for. . .$1,0 35 bars best laundry eoap for. . i • . • J.OO Other groceries in proportion, When you come tp Algona, la,, look for John Grove'a Financial School ana learn bow to buy groceries at wholesale prices, I sell no goods in quantities less than $16,50 at a time, -Don't ask me to. I will have to refuse you, How, Can Simple Enough. Even CREAM I sell ftt wholesale prices to the sumer, You save the middle prpflt, I SELk FOR CASH ONLY, YOU TAKE NO RISK. r - - ' By buying $30,16 staple groceries for, JO.^p You save $li?5 I Do It? can Undefstand It have t9 pay for any papr trade. i , My expenses ars aljtnQst nothing, , YQH buy only gQQds—imt aeeQjPtWQdatiQn.' p,ay the freight; to ya«r near§§t railroad station all orders or §«nd for JOHN ,QROY,E,

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