The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 23, 1895 · Page 1
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 23, 1895
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IK* --*-,?-.•.•"-5?'!'>'"' £Kj=*f V./Vv'^-s ,.-'""/•? <'- ; *. ,-~ •'* i '' |^%i, • f ' t ' , -' - t -~< . u ' - , - • I, .^,,f>' '"' -.. '$- • 'liBMbif J n ir'ir iI ESTABLISHED 1865. AL00NA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OGTOEEK 28,1895, Pancakes. Buy Yankee Pancake Flour At the—— Take Notice, We call your special attention to our ' 3ig. Drive In Ladies' and Children's Underwear. 25 Cents. G. L. Galbraith & Go, APPLES. APPLES. Second car of apples arrived |; and third on the way.; ^ Now is the Time to Buy by the Barrel. Don't Forget that I am Headquarters | For apples this fall by the car or barrel or any way. James Patterson. A new line of fall and win ter caps just received. Call and see them be/ore buying, J, B, & B, J, Yours truly, J, 0, BQWYER, "- 1 "/ '^$?'$i Doxsee & Shaw, Abstracts of Tills, BRIMS OUT A HEW The Hnmboidt^Pocahoiitas Sow Is Productive of an Big telephohe Systtm—Rain Water Fed- dlirig is Lftgitimate—Miscellaneous News of the Northwest. The ttutbbotdt'Pocahontas rebre* sentative row has brought out a Hew deeisiott oH the official ballot. Each county stood out to the end foe tta own candidate, and the convention adjourned without making any nomination. Finch then got a petition in Humboldt arid Mercer got one in Pocahontas and both filed with the officers and both Wanted to have his name on tho republican side of the ballot. The board of arbitration provided for by law in such oases as this, composed of the attorney general, auditor of state and the secretary of state, met recently and decided that neither of the gentlemen could appear on the republican ticket by petition, as the republican convention had met and adjourned without making a choice. They decided that the two men could run on .Independent repub* lican tickets, or something of that sort, and from this decision Finch appealed. Both men then showed up in Dos Moinos and argued the case and the result is that the board has decided that each name may go on the republican ticket in separate columns. Each county has declared for Its own man and the result of the ballot will be interesting. . .- • • A Big Telephone System. Our western telephone company are contemplating covering the earth, as much of it at least as lies hereabouts. The Sheldon Eagle man was at Brltt last week and they told him that 600 miles are now In operation from Dubuque to Spirit Lake and from Minneapolis to Des Moinos. The line will be extended west next spring to Sheldon.. From here there will be two lines constructed, one west into Dakota, and the other north and west via Hock Rapids to Sioux Falls, and on into Montana. The Eagle man says In concluding his report: Ex-Sheriff Graham of Algona is general superintendent, and as could be expected is making a most excellent official. . No Law Against Rain Water. A couple of fakirs sold two barrels of rain water at the state fair at 80 cents a pint. They had it In half pint flasks and it was colored like whiskey, but they told their customers that it was rain water, and" they told the truth. Complaint was made to the United States marshal, but he decides that there is no law against selling rain water.' ••'• . ' • A Coatly Arm Exercise. W. J.Cahill was arraigned before 'Squire Grose at Emmetsburg on . the charge of throwing a potato through a car, window of one of the C., M. and St. P. passenger trains while en route west between Crippen and Huthven. Conductor Mike Burns and Sheriff Hanson were the company's witnesses at the preliminary hearing. He was bound over to the grand jury in the sum of $400. He says it was another man who threw the potato. A Daniel Come to Judgment, Last week, in the district court at Bock Rapids, Judge Oliver gave a judgment to the Germanla Publishing compapy against Mr, and Mrs. Dirk Beving for a newspaper subscription bill of $20, on the ground that a news- C aper is a household necessity. Bev- ig claims be did not peed the paper and that be took it simply to help it along, A YOUHK Jiride. Miss Lizzie Hibbard of Emmetsburg ia cluiraed by the Tribune to be the youngest bride in Iowa, Her age has been recorded in the marriage license record of the county c)erk at fourteen years. She tmd her parents' consent to marry, __^™ Squashes, ; A squash contest at the 'Burg last week brought out two of 102i pounds each, one of 81 pounds, one of 78i pounds, and two of 75 pounds. ]«4KVELOU8 From a letter written by Bey. J, Gunder- wan, Dlmondale, MioU., we are permitted to make this extract; "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Pis CQYorjvttB the results were ftlmost marvel' ons in the case of my wife, While I was. pastor of the Baptist church at River Junction she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding fca Grippe. Tervlble paroxysms of coughing would lust hours with iitue interruption and it seemed uj (f she could not survive them, A friend, reefiwaended Dr, King's Jfew Discovery i jt was qulpft in its work and h Ighly satisfactory In Us results," Trial bottles fiee at Pr. Sheet?' drag store, "- ' p^JwfiPft and, fUOO, J BJtt SyOOK$Si», the needed merit to more tha» e gpo,d all the jaavertistpg. plaimed fpr e, JoltewJug four WWdi a phenomena* j^H-pi Dp, iyery, for cflpwwtton, cou hofses, Asides Shedding, This baf ft naa been thoroughly fep&!f6d ffoM foundation to foof. City Wfttef .piped in barb. There neref was a betted time to engage in the business. Horses, carriages, harness goods, AS well fte feed were nevef as cheap befdre. I de* sire to dispose of this before feturnlttg to Californitt, Oall oft or addt*ess, SOtf M. L. CLAttKB. AKJfICA SAtVfi, , The best salve iu the wotld itit bfulses, cuts, sores, tilcere. salt rheum, fevef sofes, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, ana positively cures piles or no pay retiutf ea. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction of money refunded, Price 230 a box. Sold by L. A. Sheetz. CAPES and jackets, fur and cloth, at Galbraith&Co.'s. FOR time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County State Bank, , the best thing on earth for 25 cents, at Galbrallh & Co.'s. MONEY to loan on long or short time. Geo. C. Call.-tf . LADIES' knit wool skirts at Galbratth & Co.'s. • .- . . A FIVE-ROOM house for rent Or for sale cheap. Inquire of Jaa. A. Orr.-27 .' Orr, Painter and Paper Hanger. Postal card orders promptly attended to. All work warranted for five years. Carriage Painting a Specialty, M. P. HAGGARD. 0. F. PEEK Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Smith.] Abstracts, Real Estate, nAN P- Collections, ALGONA, IOWA. M ONEY ON EEAL ESTATE. HOXIE & BRUNSON. Drugs DE. L. A. SHEETZ, and Medicines. Full assortment always on hand of drugs, nied- clues, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only. Boolcs) and. ©to.tion.er3r. WATER OR NO PAY. Artesian well contractor. I have the only cable steam drilling machine owned in,the county; sink wells for water supply -fortowns, cities, and railroads. Special attention to farm well work, Estimates made. I employ only expert drillers, Address A. F Dalley, Algona, Iowa, W ANTED—Salesmen. Hardy nursery stock and big yellow seed potatoes, A good chance I Don't miss it I You need no capital to represent a reliable firm that warrants stock first' class and true to name, WO UK ALL THH YEAK, and good pay weekly, : Our famous Minuetonka Apple lp warranted until it produces a bushel of fruit, Our Seed Potatoes sell everywhere. State age, L. L, MAY & do., St. Paul, Minn. Nurserymen, florists and seedsmen,—35m8 We Have a Car of Choice Apples. Call and get Our prices. Langdon People May Talk About other hard coal stoves being just as good as the But It is All Talk '•> When we claim that the RADIANT HOME is'the, ^| best hard coal stove made, we know what we are talk- -;^| ing about, and will put the stove up against,any,harcl* }^ coal stove on the market and let it sp6ak for'itself., " '*** You May Try It for 30 Days, o;j and if it is not all that we claim for it we will remove , ;; -;^ it without expense to you. Talk with those who have Jf$ used the stove. C. M. DOXSEE, Hardware. FURNITURE! w ZPictiaxe ) E call especial attention to our new Book Racks and Wall Shelves. Just the thing for cheap book case. LOCAL AGENT WANTED p#it^pfp^^^ip1 TBrpfe^ nw^*** FOB METROPOLITAN ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION, Oldest and Best Accident Go, In The West, Has paid over 6090 elalws, Good pay to active solicitors, address C, H. BV TIMS OJUOAU9, * 8T, VT , No. 1 departs at No. 0 departs at Prei NO. 71 dep * . n:55aw at.., ........ ,, .,.,,. Q;40pm Complete stock of Undertaking Goods. ,- *',« , v Js Now's your chance to buy. Flannels, Yarns, Underwear, •<«,, and winter .goods of all W§ ai?e going out F ^B

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