The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1896 · Page 5
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THE tlPPEK DE8 MOINES: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OOTOBSIK 7, 188(5. •HMH Jewel Stoves and .Ranges are built to give the greatest satisfaction at the least ex* peiise for fuel and repairs. They em* body all the latest and best features in stove construction and ornamentation. Their unmatched merit has made them famous for over 30 years, and has created the largest stove plant in the world. BUM BROKE ALL RECORDS The Dollitet Bally There on Monday Evening Sttfpasaed All oils Political Events. Mot fcdbfii tot Half thft PeopiS who to Meat Sound Motiey ctospel— Gehelrai Political O. M. Jewel Stoves are sold by DOXSBB. HARDWARE, AL0ONA.' Did you Ever think that you might buy a better quality of Hardware, Stoves, Cutlery, and Tinware than you have been used to getting for ,,|| your money, and still pay a less price ? I know that I have the best stock of goods in Algona, and I believe I can sell them cheaper than they can be bought elsewhere. Coal is going to be higher this winter, but you can reduce your fuel bill about one-third by buying a new GARLAND or ELMHURST HEATER. These are the two best coal burners on the market, and while requiring less fuel give more heat. Come in and see them. And in soft coal I have the ROUND OAK—the genuine. SEE THE NAME ON THE LEG. Sold only by J. W. Robinson. OLD SETTLEES MEET. It The Cabin Will Be Erected On the Fair Grounds-A Xiong Mortuary Record. Thursday was an ideal fall day and several hundreds of old settlers met at the fair grounds and picnicked. The business of the day was to decide upon •what to do for permanent grounds on which to erect the old log cabin. Mr. Ambrose A. Call offered an acre at the south end of Thorington street, but the presence of buildings'.on the fair grounds, the sheds for teams in case of storm, etc., inclined the majority in favor of the latter place and it was so voted. President Pettibone appointed Dr. Armstrong, Geo. 0. Call and Harvey Ingham a committee to. arrange with the agricultural society and also to secure due of the old cabins for erection as a memorial building. It was decided not to attempt to build a meeting hall. The rules of the society were changed, also, to permit all who have been in the county 20 years to become members. A comraltttee consisting of F. M. Taylor, Capt. Dodge and S. Reed was, appointed to extend the thanks of the society to Mr. Call for his generous offer. One of the interesting features of the day's program was the report of J. B. Blackford on the dead of the year, was as follows: Your committee on obituaries would respectfully report the following list of names of those who have died since our last meeting! Oliver Bensohoter, John Gallion,Mrs, H. A. Henderson, J, J, Wilson, A. L, Seeley, D. M. MoCall, Mrs. Cora Fitch, Mrs, May Warner, David Dutjton, G. W, Eddy, MVB. A. D. Barr, Mrs, B, Waterhouso, Leonard Hohn, Alex, Patterson, Mrs. Kosa Brown Barr, John T. Davis, Mrs, Jane Roan, Mrs, M. Sarcbett, Mrs, Stella Call Spencer, , Kendall Young, Aaron Rutherford, Henry Sifert. The association will notice that as the years go by the list grows longer. It in- i eludes the names of persons who were very s early settlers, and of many who were f Identified with the early history of the f county, and assisted largely in its growth, land developement, Some of the names on Ithe list are of persons born ana rearea in ithe county, and some who died here, and of Pothers who died in other places, A part of ithe names are not found on the list as members of this organization, but were all eligible to membership, and in the opinion pf your committee entitled to this recognition at our hands. Your committee jvould recommend that to show our respect for the deceased a memorial page on ecord book of this association be set apart i which their names shall be inscribed, espeotfully submitted, J. E. Bi4.oiHfOBD, Com, Algona, Iowa, Oct. l, 1896. This list contains many well known games, It contains some not so well inown now, but once conspicuous county. Among the latter are inose of Kendall Young, who founded Irvington, and Mrs, E, A. Henderson Ugona'a pr§t landlady, Mrs. Arabros< V, Call's mother. An interesting feature of tne day's exercises was tbe letter read by President Pettibone from ten yell. Mr, Pettibone has spent some ;... i in getting track pf tWs well re- .jembered, pioneer, Mr, Maxwell foilt the cabin on the Fry farm, south ! town, in 1855. Mr- Maxwell wrote; gu,e—Rear Sirs "isnfts'orryl 414 B°t re .eive yow kind myitatjop to .attwjfl Md Settlera'. agftpoiattpjj until. the . get- I should. Jtfee tp haye hem there Y« au.ph. Jf J reoeiye, notice to time, I - •• - ' yeay. I abound. *'**•- oabia a,ga,te mr^ m * early days, and the meeting ended with the election of F. M. Taylor, president; E. Blackford, secretary, John Reed, treasurer. The success of the meeting was largely due to the untiring efforts of Mr. Pettibone and he leaves behind him a record of good w.ork for the society. The cabin, with appropriate exercises, will be dedicated next year. THE Mason City Globe-Gazette says: The recital given last night by Miss Myrtle Trevitte of Minneapolis was delightfully entertaining. Miss Trevitte showed herself to be an artist in her work. Her easy, graceful manner before her audience is exceedingly winning, and her impersonations'are excellent. The appreciation of her efforts was evinced by the numerous encores by the audience. A most enjoyable evening was spent by all. FOR sale or rent, the Read place in the south part of town.—2913 FOR sale: • Two good heating stoves. Inquire of Lenette W. Butler.—29t2 Now is the season for floor oil cloth. When you are putting up your stoves remember that we carry oil cloths in all widths and grades, G. L, GALBRAITH & Co, The opening Dolliver rally itt the county, at Burt Monday evebiagi broke all records. All the country round turned out, Algoha sent 127 with band and torch processiotti The speeches were made in the Paine hay barn, the teht getting miked up among the freight trains so as to arrive at Algona too late for shipment. Over 200 tons of hay were carried out to make room for the 1,000 the barn holds. _ It was packed like a sardine box and more stood outside than got in. M. D. O'Connell talked an hour and a half and Congressman Dolliver followed. When his remarks ended a sot of questions left by J. B. Romans for him to answer were propounded. These he went through in short order, but it was past midnight when the meeting ended. Nothing like it has ever been seen in Burt, and republican enthusiasm is at fever heat. Yesterday Mr. Dollivor was at Germania in the afternoon and at Ledyard in the evening, both big meetings. This afternoon he is at Swea City. Tonight the tent will be pitched at Bancroft and another special train will run for the meeting leaving Algona at 7 o'clock. The Bancroft meeting will be another rousing big one. Tomorrow night the meeting is at Whittemore, and Friday evening at Wesley. The regular trains run conveniently for both meetings. Capt. Yeomans in a Now Uolo. . Four years ngo Capt. Yeomans spoke in Algona and told the people that if Cleveland was elected a period of universal prosperity would set in. Saturday evening he came again to tell a big audience that he was mistaken then but that now Bryan's election would do the business. The captain had an array of statistics that was bewildering, but he used all to good advantage and made an interesting speech. A review of it would be a serious undertaking. It is enough to say that while it was more logical than most free silver speeches, and while the captain shrewdly avoided many statements that would at once involve him in trouble, he was still far from convincing unprejudiced hearers that free coinage at 16 to 1 by this country would be a success. The captain is only a recent convert himself. If he was mistaken on Grover four years ago after many years of thoughtful and undoubtedly prayerful consideration, what assurance have we that he is right now after only a few weeks of hasty and probably swearful cramming. The experience of running for office would do him good and the salary will be duly collected—by the other fellow. Our James made a good impression out at Ruthven. The Appeal sayfe: The house was crowded,and it was a very enthusiastic crowd. Mr* Ryan's speech was a stfoiig argutnent for the white metal. It was sufficiently 6ott i vincing t6 bring twelve silver republicans into the silver ranks, they joining the club at the Close of the meeting. The Emmetsburg Tribune says: "Captain Yebmatis gave them a great speech at Algona a week ago Saturday, and left a decided 16 to 1 impression by his able arguments and brilliant advocacy of the bimetallic standard." Thfa shows the capacity of the free, silverites to Invent facts, The captain was unable to meet his Algontt appointment, and did hot come till a week later. Brook Plummor of Forest City, who is making the wildest free silver speeches that ever competed with northwest wind storms, Is pretty cute after all. Bailey reports an incident that illustrates: One of our business men recently sent B. A. Plummet* a $12 note for collection inquiring as to the solvency of the maker. Brook replied: "It will doubtless be paid if free silver wins, otherwise it is doubtful." However, he offered $8 for the note. They have the thing down fine nmong the puekerbrush bankers. Brook is full of tricks of this kind and would give $8 for a worthless note in a horn if he really believed his own story. WE have a few nice medium priced lamps we would like to show you. M. z. GROVE & SON. The §§a&on ha§ same when w© must have COAL. or cold fingers. Most people will take the former,..,. We handle Hocking Valley, Indiana Block, Illinois, and Mystic in soft; also Egg, Stove, and Nut in hard coal. Prices will be made just as low as a good article can be sold. Lenette W. Butler, Administrator J. J. Wilson estate, HOME-SEEKERS' excursions, at one fare plus $2, will be made by the Northern Pacific Ball road Co. on Sept. 29, and Oct. 6 and 20. Ample time given {or inspection of lands. Particulars furnished by Dlngloy, Cook & Co., solicitors at Algona, Iowa. PAVING brick for sidewalks at Himil- ton's.-28t2 Notice. The firm of Anderson & Stebbins is by mutual consent dissolved, and nil parties owing said firm are requested to call and settle as soon after this notice as possible. Respectfully, 28tf ANDERSON & STEBBINS. THERE is no corner on cord wood and it is the cheapest fuel this year as well as the best. Hamilton is making prices on car lots of wood that will miike.y.qp smile. And by the way, thVso'prices will surely advance when it comes cold weather.-28t2 New Shoes. WHO does not like to have a pair of nice new shoes? We have them for you—all kinds, from the best of heavy Boots and Shoes to the nicest and finest goods in the market. J8@"It is to your interest to come and see what we have before buying shoes elsewhere. We can save you money. We sell for cash and always the lowest price. Brownell & Allred, BOSTON BLOCK, ALGONA. Repairing done neatly and promptly. BEFORE you are ready/ for it winter will be here. Are you prepared for it? Burns can help you out on the stove question. . Farm Loans at U per Cent. And the expenses of making the loan can be paid at option of the borrower. Interest payable annually unless otherwise preferred. The loan can be paid in whole or in part at any interest date; HOXIE & BRUNSON. FARMS for rent: I have three or four good farms to rent. A good chance for somebody. Frank Nicoulin. — 27t3 A $2,800 interest in a good-paying 'Usiness to exchange for real estate in [ossuth county. Inquire of Doxsee & Coster. _____^____ SEE Burns for stoves. He has them or hard or soft coal or wood, AU new and none better are made. To REDUCE stock on hand, the WU- on mills will sell bran at f5 a ton, for few days only. LENETTE W. BUTWER, Admr. J. J. Wilson Estate. Money. I am loaning money on farm lands at sioa per cent, interest. Only a small iharge will be made for procuring this heap money, The borrower can have ,he privilege of paying off all or any >art of his mortgage at the time of pay- ng interest, J. J. RYAN. Office over the postotftce, Algona, Iowa, WE are loaning money on real estate, Bates and terms to suit borrower. Call and see us before loaning elsewhere, DOXSEE & FOSTER, you have land to sell, rent, or trade, list it with Doxsee & Foster. Awarded Highest Honors— World's Fair, 'PR* LuVerne's McKlnley CJub. To the Editor: The republicans organized a McKinley sound money club here this (Saturday) evening with 130 names on the list and had a rousing time. Hon. R. V. Scott, C. W. Goodwin and others made strong points for sound money. The club has a large per centage of the voters for a town of 600 inhabitants. H. L. SIMMONS. A. A. Brunaon at Ponton. One of the largest gatherings ever met in Fenton township was out Friday evening to hear A, A. Brunson discuss the issues. Aug. Krause, who is a well posted free silver advocate, was there to take a hand and it was a lively session, Mr. Brunson talked over two hours and held the undivided attention of everybody. It was a great meeting. Barbecue at LuVerno, LuVerne is going to roast an ox for the Dolliver and O'Connell meeting Saturday. The big barbecue will come at 11:30 o'clock, and the speeches will be made in the tent at 1:30. It will be worth the trip to see the fun, S. H. White TonlffUt. The free silver people will listen to S, H. White of Denver, Col,, tonight at the court house. Mr, White is said to be an orator, Local Political Notes. A local republican bet $25. to $5 Monday, on McKinley's election, Geo. C. Call has faith that Kossuth will give MoKinley 1,000 majority. F. C, Newell, the democratic candidate for supervisor against Mike Weisbrod, has withdrawn. Several went from Algona to hear Cousins at Emmetsburg Friday evening, He made an eloquent speech, Rockwell City Advocate: J. , P. Dolliver Is making a splendid campaign and will have a colossal majority in this district. They told out at Corwith last week that Geo, W, Hanna had flopped to silver. The free silver men are great on imagination. Marsh Stephens says there are two townships in the north end of the county where every MoKinley list. George Struthers at West Bend has agreed to sell his next year's oat crop to Joseph Porweller for two osnts per bushelin case Bryan, president. State Register: Mr- PolUvep to have lef fa la,rge sized, memory For Ocean Steamship Tickets via any steamship line crossing the Atlantic, at lowest rates for first cabin, second cabin, and steerage, both outward and prepaid, apply to R. F. Hedrick, agent Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway at Algona.-28 WE have a nice line of crockery at prices to suit you. M. Z. GROVE & SON. IF you want any of Hamilton's portable corn cribs this year, you will have to order early. They are being taken as fast as made now, and the machines are running at full capacity. All clear oak pickets' two inches wide—a 500 bushel crib for $8.-28t2 will be the program at our store for the next THIRTY DAYS. We have our floor covered, and have decided to make prices that will sell. $16 $14 OAKS OAKS OAKS go for go for go for $13 $12 $10 ON account of sickness in my family I desire to sell my interest in the Algona brick yard, cheap for cash or will exchange for good land. 18m6 JOHN OSTBUM. You can buy clear rock elm plank 16 feet long of Hamilton•& Co. for $18 per M. They are just the thing for hauling baled hay.-28t2 WE have In stock the new form chattel mortgage, made to conform to the law passed last winter. Call at THE UPPER DBS MOINES office, A Snap for Somebody, House and two lots for sale in west part of Algona. Good cellar, cistern, well, and a lot of nice shrubbery, A small payment only is required down, Inquire at this office,—23 BUOKJWS ARNICA SALVE. The pest salve iu the world lor bruises, outs, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded, Price 35o a box. Sold by li. A. Sheetz. And every other kind of Stove in proportion. If you need a steel range, a cook stove, a heater, or anything else in the shape of a stove, it will pay you to buy at once. The Jewel, the Buck's, and the Riverside line give you a guarantee that you will get as good as it. is possible to make. If you are going to buy a stove it will pay you to spend a day in coming to our store to get it. The above prices subject to stock on hand, G. M. DOXSEE, Legal Blanks Real Estate Mortgages, Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, Leases, Oasfc or Share Bent, Real Estate Contracts, Bill of Sale, Chattel Mortgages, Satisfaction of Mortgage, Grass peases,, Notes, Taylor Sells all kinds of Shoes Cheaper Than any other store in the county, AND LUNCH COUNTER, ippQBlte Kosautli Qounty bank, (or first-class meals or lunches. Comer o WHITHAM will establish tbe Hide and Fur Business A»U W8o"p>ep'ar«4 to cry "sale's'Qft 869 0 flUeaeowiWe rates, ;. the state, Sti start business Meals ana lunches served at all hours. OYSTERS serves BAKING

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