The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 14, 1896 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1896. • i A share of your BEAT IOWA'S STATE FAIR, ffiKJ** h «£*#«% .1. 4 to Algona, ahd the trial was f---•••:-f--~r--- j Saturday of this Week. iCttftiss fells How They Manage Their State fair in Illinois to Make It a Success. set Methodists at Eagle drove Make a Good Report for the Year—MIscellan» eous Northwest News. 1 raae. At the store opposite the postoffice, M.. Z. Grove & Son. TELEPHONE 19. Special. URSA H j i a-morrow Our salesman will be here with a full line of Fur Capes, Coats, and Jackets. Call and see the new things. G. L. Galbraith & Co, CORN CRIBS CORN CRIBS ORN 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. Prof. C. F. Curtiss of the state agri* cultural college, at Ames, brother of Attorney F. M. Curtiss of Algona, is just home from attending the Illinois state fair. He tells the Daily Capital reporter that Illinois has the greatest state fair in America. Twenty-one states were represented by exhibitors. The fair lost money this year on account of rain, but it will pay all its premiums in full. Lust year it made $10,000 above expenses. The legislature gives it a large annual appropriation and has furnished about $326,000 worth of buildings. Prof. Curtiss feels the contrast between this state of affairs and those of the Iowa fair, which is now as deep in debt as it was a year ago and can't pay its premiums this year without borrowing money. The large exhibitors from other states, mostly in the stock departments, who contribute most to the success of these exhibits, will not exhibit another year in Iowa unless they got their money this year. They can't afford it. "They may just as well shut up shop," says Prof. Curtiss, " if they don't pay their premiums this year. Nebraska did the same and some of the exhibitors who came from that fair here were obliged to abandon the ciruit because they could not get their money here. If something is not done to put our state fair on a business basis at once we will not have any state fair.' Methodists at Enclo Grove. The reports of the Northwest conference at Eagle Grove showed last week that $13,700 was given to missions the past year, .that the net increase in church membership has been 2,600. Those present voted in favor of full prohibition of the liquor traffic and in favor of admitting women as delegates. There are 101 pastoral churches in the conference, which means ^at least 400 preaching places. There are 172 ordained preachers in the conference. There are 24,050 members in the bounds of the conference; 79 local preachers; 594 infants, and 1,686 adults, who were baptised last year; 3,377 Sunday school teachers, and 24,872 Sunday school scholars. The total value of churches is $594,950, and that of parsonages is $138,185. The LuVerno Silver Medal Contest. The News in speaking of the contestants in the LuVerne declamatory contest says: The last contestant was Miss Maggie Hunt of Algona. She made a good appearance, and with a strong voice and timely gestures she did full justice to her recitation. The judges unanimously awarded Miss Hunt the medal: Alg-ona Will Send a Delegation. Word comes from Mason City that preparations for the grand lodge meeting of Iowa Odd Fellows, which commences Oct. 20, are progressing finely. The entertainment committee has secured 200 rooms outside of the hotels and everything will be in readiness for the meeting when the time comes, Corwith Church Dedicated. Sunday the Catholics dedicated their new church at Cor with, The choir from the Prairie church assisted, TO JAY m BILLS, A Delegate from KnilSas With a Patent Heater Leaves AigOtta and Whlttoffiore Dealers in the Lurch. Visitors at the county fair doubtless noticed a gray bearded visitor from Kansas with a patent heater he Was exhibiting; Between times he was a constant and Hot badly informed exponent of the beauties of cheap money. But money, cheap or dear, was scarce with him and his creditors now would take his fifty cent dollars and be glad to get them. Ho had one or two heaters made kere and E. N. Weaver, the butter tub factory, the hardware merchants, and Wooster's restaurant all have reason to remember him. From Algona he went to Whittemore and the story of his visit there is told by the Champion: "One Hastings has been here the past ten days trying to sell a patent ' " lodidn' 1 ' , atacsa-KO; 8ft tank heater. Ho i 't seem to meet f\LEX, WHITE, AT IRVINCTON, IOWA. Sugar, per teiared, Sweaty pounds G Sugar for » , 5 - Q Sugar for $475 , ^7 Flour, p^ 1,00 1.00 . ^'4V !*?, CAN THIS BE TRUE? Jack Graham, Erstwhile Free Sliver Leader of Bancroft, Out For Mc- KlnJey. The Britt Tribune, which gets its information from telephone head quarters, says: Jack Graham, the former democratic sheriff of Kossuth county, and now with the Western Electric people, donned ft sound money badge at Canton, S. P. last week and marched in the MoKinley column, Jack always was a pretty sound man barring his politics, Thus the mills of the gods continue to grind, slow, but exceedingly fine. BEOKE UP THE MEEOT0, Clias, Bruster, Over In Wesley Town* Ship, lf» at War Wltto the Methodists, WESWEY, Oct. 1?.—The community }n $n.d around Sexton have been holding religpps services at the school house one mile north and one mile east of Sexton, of which Mr. Ohas, Bruster is director, and much, to his die- approval. He forbid thew using the bouse and refused to let them have the key, but a Hey that would unlock the door was procured &nd the house opened, and Sunday school held Sunday, a#f| preaching services two weeks, eenauote* py Pe>, nup Pf Wesley. Last Sunday, u 9§eros, Bruiter* looked WWW iu ere the hgup o| preaching M mA whe.» oawe weal* aei 1st them with much success and started yesterday morning to take his model to the depot to ship it to other and greener fields. Before he got started, however, Mr. Yorlce, 'with whom he had boarded, reminded him that his board bill was not paid and told him not to remove the machine until it was. He seemed surprised that some one had not paid his board, but went away leaving the machine. He claimed that he had money due him in Algona and would send the bill, but we are told that he worked a restaurant in Algona the same way, but got away with his machine. He also bought some hardware of J. M. Parley and Mr. Whitehorn did some carpenter work for which he has not paid." ,. From Whittemore Hastings came back to Algdna on foot, and Friday started north to where his son is worlt- ing near the state line north of Swea City. He said his son would put up some money and he would be back and pay up. A HOUSEHOLD TREASUBE. D. W. Fuller of Canajoharle, N. Y., says that ho always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery in the house and his family has always found the very best results follow its use; that he would not be without it, if procurable. G. A. Dykeman, druggist, Catsldll, N. F., says that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best cough remedy; that he has used it in his family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all that is claimed for it. Why not try a remedy so long tried and tested. Trial bottles free at L. A. Sheotz' drug store Regular size BOc., and 8100. 2 *,, DID YOU EVEH Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all female complaints, exerting a wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss of appetite, constipation, headache, fainting spells, or are nervous, sleepless, excitable, melancholly or troubled with dizzy spells Electric Bitters is the medicine you need. Health and strength ure guaranteed by its use. Large bottles only 50 cents at Dr. L, A. Sheetz' drug store. 3 What Is Nicer than a nicely-furnished dining room? Every lady takes pride in seeing that it is furnished with Nice Things for the Table. We carry the finest in Groceries, Teas, and' Coffees that are to be had. / • Langdon & Hudson. TELEPHONE NO. IS. THE STATE OF IOWA, EXEOVTIVJB DEPAHTAIBNT. BY THE GOVERNOR: A PROCLAMATION For a General Election, to be held Tuesday November 8,1800, Pursuant to law, I, Francis M. Drake, governor of the state of Iowa, do nereby proclaim that at the general election to be held on the Tuesday next after the First Monday in No- 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 Acre—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 $2.50. r COMPARE RESULTS OF TEN YEARS' PAYMENTS On purchase, with interest— 160 ACRES. On rental- first year ... .$ 204.96 Next nine years. . 1,047.82 $1,252.78 First year $ 400.00 Next nine years 3,600.00 ~ ' ^ » *PT-I The renter has paid $2,747.22 more than the purchaser, and HSTo The purchaser gains...... $4.000.00 Actual money saved, $2747.22 ~\ 160 acres, cost value, 840.00 | Besides "all the Do. increased value, 840.00 \- comforts of a _ , — • -- I home." Total money gain, $4,427.22 J A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT." For particulars and publications, write to O. H- . H. P HIPP 8, Land Commissioner. ST. PAUL, MINN. 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. vember, it bein that month, , g the third day of vu«i, luumu, in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-six, the offices hereinafter named are to be filled, to wit: By vote of all 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 he belongs:" The office of secretary of state ; The office of auditor of state ; The office of treasurer of state ; The office of judge of the supreme court, to The office of attorney-general ; The office of judge of the s succeed James H. Bothrock j The office of railroad commissioner, By vote of the electors of the several con • gresslonal districts: The office of representative Jn 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 sue- ceed Lot Thomas, In the Fifteenth judicial district, to succeed Nathan W. Macy. In the Twentieth judicial district, to succeed Wlnfleld S, Withrow. ' ' . And I do further proclaim and give notice that on the day of said general ejection per Foundry and Machine Shop, OliaastQd.t, IFrop©. "giigEgjK&sSSSSS^^x*** *-•**«* £/AM«UM A I/A WCWDU WUrVC Shop east of Rutherford House. -a*tn:53S£kr* NSURANGE. Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Office over Algona State Bank, ALGONA. IOWA. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Rookford of RooWord, r Lloyd's Plate Glass ol New York, United States Mfe of New York, GEO. M. BAILEY, One Hundred Dollars 0, J. BROWN, are to be and r»t»ir M M v^fu *4»ty V* WMf*>+ . £jV**Vf«lf U+l tain offices, having become vacant, filled by the electors throughr"" " in the districts named, to-wit: The office of railroad epmmlsstoner In the place of John W.,Luke, deceased, said office behjgnow temporarily flUed by Bdwavd A, pawson i ~ - , ' : The office of Judge of the Fifth judicial dis trtot in the place" of John B, Henderson, re , son, resigned, the office being now temporarily fllled .The i officei of Judge of the Seventeenth Judi' " IB offered to any person who can duplicate the CIGAR FOR 5 CENTS. SCHU & WATERHOUSE. P. L, BLAQ-LE, Manufacturer and dealer Jn Harness, Saddles, Whips, ana all Harness, goods. Also 4 full line of ks, Grips, &d f ele y and prowptly done. OR, JOSEPH HAAS 1 &~P artifs Mri tifs Mrinarigial 0, /, jsroum's lima tern will haw 'tog fare rfifliwM, ™ , P, HAGGARD. Haggard & Peek, (Successors tegroaes.^ Abstracts, Red . • ,VvV» . fjf-y MV-lJ ..V:% >i,"'**1 ^<V,--jr|

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