The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1895 · Page 1
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£*!#-'. f IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOTMIBEB B VOW WE STAND NO. 61 IK SIZE. Pancakes. That is Alpha's Rating With Reference to the JSttfflefotts Cities of state. Buy Yankee Pancake Flour t the The St&te Ualtymett to Meet at Waterloo This Month—ttetiftwl of Northwest News. Algona stands cities ot Iowa. 61st ataong the As there are 99 We call your special attention to our Ida Grove, has brought suit atfalfist the ftef . Gle&sofl, Methodist thlnietsf of for a . , that place, tot* $6.000 damages libelling him. Mf. GleaSott said ift In Ladies' and Children's Underwear. 25 Cents. G. L. Galbraith & Co. APPLES. APPLES. ' I have a car of fine Apples that will arrive this week, . 4 Now is the time to lay in your winter apples. This car I Bought More the last advance : ' ; " and apples can't be sold at the price I will sell this car .by anyone who buys on the present market. Come at once, If you have not the money it will pay you to bprrow it and buy your apples now, James Patterson. bounties there are 38 county seats which are necessarily smaller than we are. There are 82 cities which go over 2,000 inhabitants. Des Moiti3B heads the list and Anamosa brings up the rear. These cities have gained in five years 14.4 per cent, in population, Dubuque has gained the largest number, 10,268, and Sioux City has gained the least haying lost 10,435. The town of Mystic has the largest per cent, ot gain, 102.3, having more than doubled. The 82 cities of over 2,000 are given in order by the State Register: l-Des Molnos... .80,830 41-Vlnton 8,ir>0 8-DUbuque 40,574 43-Deeorah 8,144 8-Davenport.... .30,010 43-Shenandoah .. .3,131 4-Sloux City.....37,371 44-Cherokee.......8,093 5-Burllngton 85,846 46-Olarinda .8,084 -Clinton (0. & 48-Eagle Grove...8,006 Lyons 33,377 48-Knoxvllle ......8,863 6-Cedar Rapids 31,655 4T-Waverly 9,010 7-Council Blu«s.80,18940-Carroll 9,880 8-CHnton. 17,875 60-lndianola ..... ,9,835 9-Ottumwa 19,761 M-Wlnterset 3,703 10-Keokuk 14,387 63-Manohester.... 3,683 11-Muscatlne...... 18,83753-What Cheer,...9,675 18-Marshalltown. 10,040 54-Pella 8,606 13-Ft. Madison...10,03855-Albla...........8,588 14-Boone. i 8,845 56-Spencer .9,551 15-Fort Dodge 8,736 67-Cresco (town). .8,539 16-Oskaloosa...... .8,551 58-Hampton...... .9,587 17-Waterloo 8,400 59-Osage 9,500 18-Iowa City 7,586 60-BBthervlUe..... 8,408 IB-Oreston 6,630 61-Algona 9,487 20-Lyons 6,003 89-Sheldon 9,416 31-MasonOlty... .5,63763-Mystlc ftownj.9,300 88-Centervllle... .5,554 64-Harlan (town) .8,897 83-lndependence .5,14965-Jefferson .. ....9,868 34-Webster City .5,005 66-Denisonrtown) 8,858 25-teMars 5,046 67-Tlpton (town) .8,844 36-Atlantlc 4,954 68-Iowa Falls (t'n)3,834 87-Cedar Falls .. .4,508 69-Tama ..3,106 98-Red Oak 4,334 70-Osceola ........8,176 30-Charles City. .4,801 71-Glenwood .;... 8,148 30-Fairtteld . 4,036 78-Stuart 8,118 31-Mt. Pleasant. .3,080 78-Nevada ...8,107 38-Marlon .8,766 74-Emmetsburg.. .9,104 38-Washington ....3,671 76-Eldora (town).8,005 34-Perry 3,670 76-Montlcello .... .8,079 35-Maqtuoketa 3,448 77-Bedford (town)3,070 36-Mlssouri Valley 3,340 78-Lake City (t'n)9,053 37-Ohariton 3,333 79-Bloomfteld .... 8,047 38-Belle Flame....8,356 80-Villlsoa.. 3,004 80-Grmnell 8,833 81-Marengo(town)8,037 40-Newton.... . ...3,81383-Anamosa.*......3,006 The total' population is 545,133, about one-fourth of the total for the state. Waterloo, Nov. ia-14 1805. The above refers to the time and place of holding the next meeting of the Iowa State Dairy association. And it is to remind our readers of this important event. More than $500 in cash and valuable prizes will be hung up for competition in all classes of butter making, separator, creamery butter, gathered cream butter, dairy and print butter, every class will be represented. The scoring will be fairly done and become a school of instruction which no butter maker should neglect. This is open to all that attend, 'and pay the membership fee of one dollar. There will be reduced rates on all railroads in the state if receipts are taken at starting points for fares paid in going to the convention. For further particulars address C. L. Gabrilsen, secretary, New Hampton, Iowa. A Pioneer's Calamity. On Thursday last it was decided to send N. B. Paine of Eagle Grove to the asylum at Independence, he having become violently insane. He has been somewhat-'off"by spells for a year past, but was considered harmless until a few days ago when his malady assumed a serious form and as a matter of safety for himself and others it was deemed best to put him in the asylum, where it is to be'hoped the treatment received will restore his mind to its natural condition, Mr, Paine has been a resident of Wright county for more than forty years and having been a man of much more than ordinary ability he has always been prominent in public affairs. Y, V. B, C, E, Convention. The Young People's Christian En' deavor meeting at Des Moines last week was the largest-yet held, .Next year tbey^meet at Council Bluffs, the last week in October. The newly elected officers are: Pre9|d§nt, Rev, A. D. Kinder, Perry; seQretary, Miss Nellie Goodell, Spencer; treasurer, 0, C, MoNiel, Burlington; B «perintend* ent junior department, Miss OJlle Hoover, West Brftnohi good oltl»eB« Ship department, Rev, p. W, Fabs, Independence 1 , prisqp work, M.fcs Belle Powers, New Hampton; " H, E, Roberts, ~--' -•* set toon that there was no Use bringing ftdtion agflttist Uquof Sellers because they would all take change of venue to Ktftee and get dismissed. Florida and southeast. If you have any intention ot going to the Southeast this fall Of Winter, you should advise yourself of the best route from the N6rth and West. This is the Louisville & Nashville railroad, which is running double daily trains from St, Louis, Evansville, Louisville, and Cincinnati through to Nashville, Chattanooga, Birmingham, Atlanta, Mont* gomery, Thomasville, Penaacola, Mobile, Jacksonville, and all Florida points. Pullman sleeping oar service through. Specially low rates made to Atlanta during the continuance of the Cotton States Exposition, and tourist rates to all points In Florida and gulf coast resorts during the season. For particulars as to rates and through car service, write— GtiO. B. H.ORNER, Div. Passenger Agent, St. Louis, Mo. J. K. RlDGELY, N. W. Passenger Agent, Chicago, 111. C. P. ATMORE, Gen. Passenger Agt.j Louisville, Ky. FOR SALE— A house and two lots on West McGregor street. Inquire of F. H. Vesper.-29tf Awarded Highest Honors—World's Pair, We Have a. Car of Choice Apples, Call and get Our prices. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder, Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Langdon & Huds&n, O « ; ',,-,, ,,A .<£. Doxsee & Shaw, Abstracts of Title, Estate, Loans, and. ALGONA, IOWA,. Office over Algona State Bank. WATER OR NO PAY. A Stove Is Something You don't buy every year; at least you ought not to be obliged to buy one every year, hence, you cannot afford to make a mistake in your first purchase! In ,the purchase of a Riverside iOak you make no mistake—you take no chances. It's an ornament to any room. It is air tight. It heats your floor, where your cold air is. It has a good, deep ash pan, which feature alone is worth the price of the stove in the saving of labor in remouing ashes.. , It costs a little more to put it in, but you pay no more for this convenience. See it, compare it with other stoves on the market. We are not afraid to let you do this, V Artesian well contractor. I have only cable steam drilling machine owned in the county; sink wells tor water supply for towns, cities, and railroads. Special attention to farm well work. Estimates made. I employ only expert, drillers. Address \A. F Dalley, Algona, Iowa, M ONEY Yes, we know you can buy other stoves cheaper, but they are not Riversides, C. M. DOXSEE, Hardware. ON REAL ESTATE. KrSQCIE & BRUNSON. Water or No Pay. We have a new well-digging outfit, the best that is made, and one well adapted to this section. Our long experience in making wells warrants us in guaranteeing satisfaction }n all oases. FRASER BROS. yor Company y, Inspector General James WnQQlBof $§ Iowa National > filed with the adjutant general big report. In it he recommends that the i marsk be, substituted for bjclgaje enqftmpme,nt8, ancl that 8B prepare fheir ow» c^mps. wjjea - fO;|Bjo ihepj QOUMST. All diseases of, the eye treated. . .,,....,,... Glasses adjusted for errors of refraction »n4 accommodation, No charge for examination. For several weeks Rr, Murphy has been in New York taking a post-graduate course on the eye, and will remain there until QXTT, •». You ' ' '• Make the :; Profits..;.... IQE! IOE! ICE! day. .. « » Qp, ice_w}th'ou,t'first __ bQuee ftud residence W ANTED— Salesmen, Hardy s When you buy winter goods at pur prices, 8{opk and W go«4 mss I I YOU uee4 UQ pa B»We 8Bl1hftl! w^Qly time down i« , QhiQ, His »eet- be wifen*M&£m m-Mtmm 'mSSmm&Sim *; 4-^ ,;y •.; t mnfmT^i i*|?J a.ijW^A' 9 &:*t'l m %? M Lk ..* ,•

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