The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1896 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1865. ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEE 7, We want.. A share of your Trade. At the store opposite the postoffice. M. Z. Grove & Son. BY A nm ANCIENT GAME Faimefs Abont Bode Swindled by ft Method (They Ought to tiate Been Familiar With. Cftfldidate Bryan t6 Speak at Butlihgton tomorrow—MlsCeilarieous of the Northwest. .TBDEPHONB 19. Our Shoe Dept, Is one of our special features. We have the finest line now that we have ever carried from such shoe makers as MOORE & SHAFEB, Brockport, N. Y. GREEN-WHEELER SHOE CO., Fort Dodge, Iowa. CUTLER, LYONS & FIELD, Greenfield, Mass., Manufacturers of ladies' fine shoes. Our men's shoes are from that well-known firm, ZING -BROS., Abington, Mass. Call and inspect our stock and see the newest novelties. G. L. Galbraith & Co. CORN CRIBS CORN CRIBS iCORN CRIBS Go to the John Paul Lumber yard for all kinds of material for cheap and durable corn cribs. Now is the time to buy. fVLEX. WHITE, The farmers about Bode have been taken in by an old game again. Some grocery peddlei's appeared among them and by offering self-binders at 836, wagons at $32, and windmills at $28, to grocery purchasers, they took a large number of orders. The groceries and machinery were to be delivered together at Livermore, but by. some delay the machinery did not arrive. It was then to be sent to Bode a few days later. The farmers paid for their groceries, but are still looking for their machinery. This is an enlarged edition of the trick played in Algona by a soap peddler, who was to give a find piece of Havlland china to every purchaser. The china failed to arrive in time and is still on the road. To Hear Bryan. Tomorrow Burlington will be jammed to pay honors to W. J. Bryan. It is the closing day of the state's semi- centennial. Bryan will be there until 2 p. m. and will make several addresses. Others expected to be present are Governor Altgeld; ex-Governor Boies; the great labor leader at Peoria, Mr. Worthington; Hon. Sabert M. Casey, democratic candidate for congress in the First district. Special excursions will he run into Burlington from all points in Iowa, Illinois and Missouri, within 100 miles. There will be several thousand horsemen in line and uniformed Bryan and Sewell clubs from Galesburg, 111., Peoria, 111., New London and other points. Danced Under McICluloy's Picture. Algona's one-time school teacher, Aiden Benedict, has been through the state lately again with his play, Pablo Roman!. He seems to have a new and better company, and made no overtures to our local opera house. At Des Moines the Capital said: The event of the performance was the fire and serpentine dance between the second and third acts by Miss Grace Hunter. This dance, or dances, for she responded to two encores, was of a high grade. The weird effect of colored lights on the graceful motions of the dancer, intensified by bewildering drapery, makes a beautiful sight. Pictures of Bryan and MoKinley were thrown upon the moving dancer, and the faint cheer that greeted Bryan's face was only a whisper compared to the storm of cheers that went up when the familiar features of McKinley were shown. ' . A Curious Sioux City Case. A. P. Call of Sioux City has raised an unusual question concerning the right of the city to tax for city purposes unplatted real estate lying within the city limits. According to Call's admission he owns a tract of many acres about four miles from the business part of town.*' It was included, he adds, within the city limits by an act of the council in 1890. He declares, however, that it always has been used for agricultural purposes and denies that its value was enhanced by bringing it inside the limits. He objects to taxation for city purposes and asks an injunction restraining the county auditor from assessing against it any city taxes. The question will be made a test. the country schools. The Tribune says "corn will tot be burned in our new city schools as It Would be liable to ruin the furnaces." Robinson's old reliable stand is headquarters for Round Oak stoves. Swea City claims to average nearly $3,000 a day paid out for grain. The Wigwam has sold a clover huller this fall to operate in the county. Arno Heise Is clerking in PalUen- hainer's hardware. He will make a good merchant. D. A. Haggard had a big sale at J. H. Potter's yesterd ay. Cows sold as nigh as $40, and horses sold well, con* slderlng the times. Clover is said to be yielding three bushels to the acre and is worth $4 a bushel. There is always money enough in crops if you hit the right crop. W. H. Reed was in Minneapolis last week and traded for a stock of dry goods and a stock of shoes. He will open up both in the. building east of Doxsee's hardware. Kraft opens the clothing season with some prices that count. During October he will make a sale that will be memorable in the county. Don't fall to visit Kraft's while in town. Whittemore Champion: The creamery boiler, which was reported Out of order last week, has been fitted up with a new set of flues by Mulllca & Ohnstedtof Algona, arid it is again in fine running order. The new Matson & McCall millinery stock is in and is more complete than ever before. They have taken special pains to get the latest city styles, and it will pay our readers to visit their rooms in the Galbraith store. Ltvermore Gazette: G. W. Collins went to Algona last Wednesday, where he has contracted to put a slate roof on a $7,000 school house. Mr. Collins is well armed with recommends setting What is Nicer than a nicely-furnished dining room? , lady takes pride in seeing that it is furnished with j- Nice Things for the Table. We carry the finest in Groceries, Teas, and Coffees that are to be had. . ; v Langdon & Hudson. TELEPHONE NO. 15. forth his ability to this line. do good work in CUBE FOR HEADACHE. As a remedy for all forms of headache Electric Bitters has proved to bo the very best. It effects a permanent cure, and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. We urge all who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give this remedy a trial. In cases of habitual constipation Electric Bitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. Try it once. Large bottles only 50 cents at L. A. Sheetz 1 drug store. 3 THE DISCOVERY SAVED HIS 1IPE. Mr. G. Callleuette, druggist, Beavers- ville, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life. Was taken with La Grippe and tried all the physicians for miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and began its use and from the first dose degan to get better, and after using three bottles was up and about again. It is worth its weight in gold. We won't keep store or house without it." Get a free trial at Dr. L. A. Sheetz' drug store. 3 BUBNS has a fine line of new stoves, and none better are made. Prices are right—as low as the lowest. Spend Money for That which is Naught? The Land Department of the Northern Pacific Railway company will sell you choice farming lands At $2,50 to $8.00 per Aore-An Average of $5,25, One-tenth cash; balance in TEN ANNUAL payments at six per cent, interest. RENTERS PAY EVERY YEAR from $2 to $3 per acre, an average of $2.50. COMPARE RESULTS On purchase, with interest— First year. $ 204.96 Next nine years 1,047.82 $1,252.78 OF TEN YEARS' PAYMENTS. idoACRES. On rental— First year $ - 400.00 Next nine years 3,600.00 ,,, BEING ON YOUR ... PEE DOZEN, 140. , . J, R, & C, J, Button, k • •^^^^TO- W ^^^^"^^•JH ^^^^^S^^^r ^Wwi^^f' 3p^r * Miss Hancock at Emmetsbure, Miss Bertha Hancock of Algona, a graduate of a Chicago school of oratory, will give an entertainment in the court house hall, Friday evening, Oct. 9. The Reporter says: Miss Hancock is considered a fine elocutionist, and her entertainment will be sure to please all. She comes under the auspices of the Epworth League, and that society will furnish some fine music for the occasion. _ Geo. W. Sunborn's Anniversary, Mr, and Mrs. Geo. W. Sanborn of Mason City were married 87 years ago, Mr. Sanborn is well known in Algona as an old time Milwaukee superintend' ent. They were married in Beloit, Wis., and went back last week to celebrate and be married over again with the same couple they were married with back in 1859, AlRona's Kerosene "War, Bailey: Algona is having a kerosene and gasoline war. Oil is so cheap up -there that they are boarding up their windows. Kerosene is cheaper than daylight, only 10 cents for the best. Rockefeller has an extra set of M greasers" at work greasing water and bja oil wagons are running for the fun there is in it, at present. Bier Snoot at Llvermore, Today and tomorrow the sbocttere will be at Livermore. One of the special features will be the team shoot between different counties tomorrow, and will create more interest than anything ever undertaken, in that line, Geo, M Roberts' Book. The pfttjpnal republican oomn»Htee is sending out lOQ.OOO of Gee, E. Roberts' "Coin at School in Finance." They will be distributed in Iowa, Kansas, Jtfebrftska, Minnesota and the THE STATE OF IOWA, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. MY THE GOVKBNOH: A PROCLAMATION For a General Election, to be held Tuesday. November 3,1898. Pursuant to law, I, Francis M. Drake, governor of the state of Iowa, do hereby proclaim that at the general election to be held on the Tuesday next after the First Monday in November, It being the third day of that month, In the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-six, the offices hereinafter named are to be filled, to wit: • By vote of alj the electors of the state : The office of elector of president and vice- president of the United States, to be filled by the choice of thirteen electors, each ballot for such office to "contain the name of at least one inhabitant of, each district Into which the state" is divided, and to designate "against the-name of each person" voted for " the number of the congressional district to which lie belongs:" The office of secretary of state; The office of auditor of statej. The office of treasurer of state; The office of attorney-general; The office of judge of the supreme court, to succeed James H. Rothrock; The office of railroad commissioner. By vote of the electors of the several congressional districts: The office of representative In congress from each of said districts. By vote of the electors of certain judicial districts the office of judge of the district court, as follows: ' In the Twelfth Judicial district, to succeed Porter W. Burr. In the Fourteenth judicial district, to succeed Lot Thomas, In the Fifteenth Judicial district, to succeed Nathan W. Maoy, In the Twentieth judicial district, to succeed Winfield 8, Withrow. And I do further proclaim and give notice that on the day of said, general election certain offices, haying become vacant, are to be filled by the electors throughout the 9tate and in the districts named, to-wit; The office of railroad commissioner In the The renter has paid $2,747.22 more than the purchaser, and ZESCsis The purchaser gains .. $4,000.00 Actual money saved, $2747.22 ~) 160 acres, cost value, 840.00 I Besides " all the Do. increased value, 840.00 V comforts of a home." Total money gain, $4,427.22 J " A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT," For particulars and publications, write to CL "W WM.H. * *" **' MI ™' DINGLEY, COOK & CO., our sales solicitors, will furnish information, accompany prospective buyers wishing to examine Northern Pacific lands, and receive applications for their purchase, Apply to them, personally or by letter, at Algona, Iowa, Foundry and Machine Shop, <Ss Olmstedt, IFrops. We do repairing of all kinds. Iron and brass casting and boiler work done on short notice. Threshing outfits repaired promptly. We are here to stay. Mall orders promptly attended Bull pinion for Case power, and horse power knuokle^a specialty. . *" vuli1 "' wwweu. Shop east of .Rutherford ZMro"XjX<XC>.&, & OSaTSTSQM?.. House. ALttojfA tnwA AMQN& TgE APVEBTI8EBS. owt price pn Ale OPS for plfttbjnf . le making a Grove's an,<| grpce.ries wits G, Hard coal is gown |p fS.75 a ton, Orate ij UD, corn ^Kafl'^m '• »,*w >ru«ww >** »*»««v.*\* V«*. I .J I l»l?W*W»*y» AU UA4V place of John W. Luke, deceased, said office being now temporarily filled by Edward A, Pawson; r •>*>.< The office of judge of the Fifth judicial dls trict in the place of John H. Henderson, resigned, the office being now temporarily filled by John A, Storey; The office of judge of the Seventeenth judl« ciai district under the provisions of chapter one hundred and twenty-two of the acts or the Twenty-sixth general assembly, said office being now temporarily filled by 0bed qaswellj The office of judge of the Eighteenth Judicial district in the place of William P. Wolf, deceased, Whereof all elec will take due notice, era! counties will ta governed accordingly. * In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand ana caused to be affixed the great seal of the state of Iowa. Done at Deg Moines this twenty-eighth day pf September, in the year of our £or4 one thousand eight buudrea and njnety^is, pj the independence of the United States the one Trunks, Grips, and Tel Abstra^ Real mi "4, DR, JOSEPH HAA8' REMEDY FOR HOG CHQKRA, 8BJ5JUFS"8 PROCLAMATION QiT WATER OR*NO NSURANGE. Also Land, Loan and Collection Business._ Office over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Baplds, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis. Rookford of Bockford, GEO, M. One Hundred Dollars— Is offered to any person who can duplicate the CIGAR FOR 5 CENTS, SCHU & WATERHOUSE, P, L. SLAGKLE, Manufacturer and dealer in Harness, Saddles, Whips, ana ail Hwrnesji goods. Al*o » full *}§, 0* Gri BAILEY. •v* O, J. BROWN, Will conve, ,„,„,„„ — „„ of town for 85 cents, round to do you good, GIVE US A CALL when in need of 'bus or jjvery at Brunswick hotel or at nj" street. Telephone No, at our &-e«rti<» hiring rigs al a, /, JBrwn' torn wtillvw 'bwfwn rtfHndw, Haggar4 & Peek,

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