The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1896 · Page 1
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"ESTABLISHED 1865. AMONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, APB1L 15, 1808. tU VB&Ntf'S WIND OAVES, OtiirSotttiieast Neighbors Are Getting Extensively Advertised Over a Rathe? Small Mattel 1 . MaSon City and the Nofrftial Schoei fcill— Cbi, fclatke to Washington—Geh* etal Northwest Newsi mated that tiumboidt, dlay, |»toet aild Palo Alto eottfiUes hftve caftdldates grooming, while Buena Vista will pi 1 * sent Judge Thomas' name. fclefct & At Esther vilte the city eotindl will not confirm the mayor »s appointment of a marshal, The Democrat says the reason is the saloon men are not satisfied with the new man. The Democrat advises the salootls that they are get-> tittg into deep water. Just received' A new line of |See that large, new line of Candy at M. Z. Grove & Son's. TELEPHONE 19. Galbraith & Co. Have enlarged their stock as well as the store. Our line of Wall paper is now complete and well assorted. \\\1 OU^xrthe largest line of Carpets, Linole- W6 OUOW urns, Oil Cloths, Mattings, and Rugs in the city. In Boots, Shoes, and " " ' all styles, widths, Rubber Goods we have the latest in and toes, to fit all kinds of feet. in Ladies' Capes, Mackintoshes, Waists, etc., also we are showing a large line of Gents' Furnishing Goods. And we have Trunks, Valises, Telescopes, all sizes and kinds. r^ ^^Ar^ We make a specialty of our LjOOdS Dress Goods and Glove Departments, .where may be found • i « ___ j ___ 3 _ «««l4-J^<t T~Wt7 LuVerne bas succeeded In getting a, nation-wide advertisement out of its cyclone caves. Sortie news manufacturer at Dows sen tout a mild item dated April 4, which read as follows: "The school board of the township in which the town of LuVerne is situated, which was swept two years ago, haa ordered cyclone caves to be built at each of the six school houses in the district. The plan is evidently a good one, and even if a storm does not strike that section they are confident of a shelter in case of another visitation." The successful run of this piece of news evidently encouraged the correspondent, for a new item from Dows dated April 8 has appeared of much more startling character. It has appeared in all the dailies and we clip from the Chicago TimesHerald: "The school directors in the district of LuVerne, a short distance from Dows, do not propose to have any more of the pupils under their charge killed by cyclones. Tho section was swept by a destructive cyclone a few years ago and several lives lost. In order that the.children and teachers may be furnished some protection from,such disasters In future the board has ordered a cyclone cave dug at each of the school-houses in the district." LuVerne is a storm center, in a way, and has cyclones, of akind, but this Dows report Is clearly libelous. Mason City Not In It. J. H. Wheeler writes to the Mason City Globe-Gazette about the normal school bill: Last, but by no means least, Mason City stood no more show of getting one of the proposed state normal schools than Horizontal Bill Morrison does of being the next president of the United States. The school for northwest Iowa would have gone to northwest Iowa, and not to the extreme north central part of the state. Nobody with whom I have talked on the subject entertained the slightest shadow of opinion that Mason City could by any possibility get one of the proposed schools. Mason City may as well, once for all, give ap all hope of ever getting a state normal school. It is built in the wrong place. Not only this, but the establishment of a subsidized state school at Algona, Ft. Dodge, Sheldon and Le Mars can only have the tendency to kill off any educational Institution which private enterprise may in time attempt to build up iii Mason school bill is dead. City. The normal Peace to Its ashes. Col. CJarlte as n. Lawyer. The Rock Rapids Review's Washington correspondent writes: Col. C. A. Clarke of Cedar Rapids, one of Iowa's all the latest domestic and imported novelties. Goods, Notions, all kinds, at lowest prices. Dry G. L. Galbraith & Co. : : ' fioiii Defective Vision foremost citizens and democrats, has been in Washington the past two weeks trying a case before the United States supreme court. He will go to Hot Springs, Virginia, before returning home, where he will spend two or three weeks with the view of improving his health. Mr. Clarke has more business before the supreme court than any other Iowa attorney. He recently won distinction in a case between the insurance companies and the Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway company. The case Involved the railroad's liabilities for the burning of a warehouse at Mon- tlcello, causing a loss of $25,000. He Still After The Waterloo Courier says! LuVerne, that was cleaned up by a cyclone two yours ago, is building caves by the wholesale, the school board having special charge. Split ills Thumb. . Will Lull at Whlltemore ran his thumb against H circular saw last week, splitting it to the first joint. * Uailey on Booze. Britt Tribune: Belrnond has a man by the name of Booze. He ought to live In Germanla or Wesley. AMONG THE ADYEBTISERS. Wesley shipped 191 car loads of stuff in March. A. D. McGregor ordered a full carload of furniture Monday. Jess Stephenson and Nels Erlckson are to start a drug store In Milford. W. S. Wllcox shipped a full car of eggs'fromWhlttemore last Wednesday. Bod Jain sold a fine lot of mixed cattle for $3.25 last week. Cattle are way down. When Dingley & Pugh sell an Elgin watch for $0 everybody ought to have a good time keeper. Dr. Glasler goes to Whittemore and fixes teeth every Wednesday. He has a good business there. Goeders is having a big run on his $4 tan shoes. They are the same shoe the shoe stores ask $5 for. Dr. JohnE. Ford, the celebrated oculist, will be at E. G. Bowyer's May 8 and 9. Bead his announcement. Peter Winkel put up a big stock of ice the past winter and his ice wagon will soon be a feature of the season. The Kossuth County State bank statement this week shows a healthy condition in that pioneer institution. Walker Bros, have now added a full line of Chase & Sanborn's teas to their line of coffees. There is nothing better. . C. L. Lund Is going to reduce his farm operations for lack of help. He is going to have a big auction sale April 23. Jas. Patterson took in from one farmer last week 109 dozen eggs, laid by his hens in two weeks. That farmer will got rich. Eugene Tellier is now collecting agent for the Algona laundry ""^Ed. Taylor bas gone to work in Doxsees hardware. D A Haggard auctioned off the remains of the Milt. Walters harness outfit Saturday. The boys got some cheap whips. A W. Sterzbach will have charge of the Algona creamery this season. No better man for the place could have been secured. Union township advertises this week forbids on two new school houses. One is to be north and one west of the Center school, Galbraiths have a full line of the "^^^^^ — •• • ^— Sets, and Dinner Sets, Haviland China and Semi- Porcelain ; also a nice line of LAMPS* Belgium,,..Juno, and B. & H, I TELEPHONE NO. A Genuine Elgin Watch, With all the latest improvements, in 20-year Boss case, only ''•' $6.00 •K!f! Or Improperly Adjusted Glasses, thereby risking Total Blindness? LLUOILU* UU.UDMJK ** »""" «* "• ^ " , I vlttlUL UiiUUO . **»*» . secured from the supreme court a writ very best make of ladies shoes of all ocuui^ , .. it ._ ^ T «!^/i atotoo cir-1 Kra aes. For fine ladies' foot wear no of certiorari to the United States cuit court of appeals ordering a-review of the case. This was the third order of this character ever issued by the | supreme court. DB. JOHN E. FORD Oculist-Optician, Grain and Corn In Northern Iowa MASON CITY, April 9.—From care fully prepared statistics received from a number of counties in this state and estimates based on others, there are 60,000,000 bushels of corn in the north half of the state, representing a value of $11,600,000. Two-thirds of this is still held by farmers for higher prices. The remainder by local and foreign speculators, At Clarion, county, over one and one-l.,. r ten and twelve foot cribs have been built and are all crowded full. No es timate could be secured on oats, but several millions of dollars are tied up in this produce. Iowa never had a crop condition of this kind before. o Oplmology in the Illinois Electronic THOROUGH EXAMINATIONS OF THE EYES, FREE, Foundry and Machine Shop, He Helped the Young People Pomp McCormaok, brother of Dr. MoCormack of Algona, is a genial editor over at Primghar, and according to the Sheldon Mail he recently adver- ised that he would wake affidavits for oung people wanting marriage licensee. A young couple came up from Sutber* and last Saturday and sought out the accommodating editor and got the ne^ cessary affidavit and were married some ew minutes before a telegram came to he clerk from the bride's uncle requesting a denial of the application for the licenses, as the girl was under age. 3ut the message came too late, ana tne i&ppy couple bad won, Now Pomp has Hpb on his bands explaining to the law why he did so, ^ ^ #o »j«re -svMejsy UrentUB Wanted, The Northwestern has, issued a, very strict order in regard to drpnken,esg It reads, as follows: "No member $ any brothe^'bood or employe PI tbe FRU *' engineer, 'fireman, oppdywor. ~ —fp, will bemafter be vemeta gFievajjee committee will toonbjhj y" ww w 'w?'*«i w i estering py —-. ouTpf »: Wpdn; wTyen %g well Wil'i.-:'—-_ it.- u..n«*v, Q! on 6mDj( M fL L IIUCD* A. \f* *»••«••— — better stock is kept anywhere Jas. Orr, the old reliable, is ready this spring to make Algona blossom as a rose if be can get a chance. Nothing adds so much as a little paint well applied. Durdall & Co. have been scattering an Illustrated book entitled Art in Dress," The moral of it is to wear H S. & M, clothing, which is as good as can be made. There is always something new un der the sun, Doxsee has a lead penci juidsw i w ith a paper case instead of wood in Wright The paper is put on in such a way tha miles of | w hen you want to sharpen the penci you merely pick out a little point anc it ravels down, leaving a fresh piece o lead exposed. Nothing bas been heard lately of the Mason City boom edition for Kossuth, Over at Britt they wrote up the leading doctor and said he had been in Europe where he made a. special study of "giganticcolic, a disease peculiar to women." The doctor bad all the boom edition burned up. The Kraft Clothing company bas *" . ~ i.« __! t A... I I «..] « r*' f. Our line of watches is new and of the latest designs. Call and see them, before you buy. Dingley & Pugh, Up-to-date Jewelers. __——————— Ready-made Skirts AND WRAPPERS—a full line at GOEDERS' J. HO *>*•(**»' v*wv»»*"p -- ri * •' • connections with a city tailoring' establishment and will take orders for tailor made goods, having a very full line of samples, at very low prices. As a big business of this kind is now done by traveling agents, a local firm to ac- commodatethe custom will be a convenience, Bancroft Register: J. A., Winkel will have the Cutler office bwUdlng, wbioh be now owns, moved on to the lot adjoining bis grain office as soon as the roads dry »P 8«»eiently to bawl it. It will then be occupied by a flour ex* change runby Stacy, the Algona miller, Stacy's flour has a good reputation wherever it bae be§n u sefl> a n» tb^re is oo• rwsqn W another Wbange h e re. You should see them to appreciate them Don't Run Away the lorn ftote twmv Nsrthweptera NSURANGE from a good thing, If you are not sure you know good thing when you see it, come to me ana A wiu show you not one but several^chiefly w room sets and furniture of every conceivable description. I am also •:.*& Hereto Protect You against paying laney prices for the • have, I mw «yw. 10 Chtego .w els8W&

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