The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 14, 1896 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 14, 1896
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THE WPlitt PJ38 M01NE8! AL60NA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OOTOBEM 14, 1896. GRAND OPENING OF THE< i ^Qjj^^^mj^r ju^Lj^i ^B^^^^^ AM| ^^K^| ^^^^^ ^^M—-. ^^H^ ^M^ ITOll? ntif nf vnnr out of your \\T6 Ot)611 fOl* &6 95 Our guarantee goes with every one of the above suits. If not satisfactory you may return same and get m ° ttey bac We have also some e oe e sus. no sasacory you may reurn same an get youf „„„ v !f1v, 7^1 t u # i Yt • TH Y u , . m ° ttey bac ^ , We have also some fu^'sliing goods to close at prices that will draw the much-abused silver one within $o miles should miss this sale, as this will be the closing event of the C. O. D. Clothing House, our Tease expiring in a short time. Yours truly, State street, Algona, Iowa, DURDf\LL <5c GO. 3e Happy no. Goeders s Quotes you some prices on groceries which are worth your careful attention. ranulated Sugar, 19 pounds for. .$1.00 :tra C Sugar, 20 pounds for 1.00 'ery best Japan Tea, per pound.. ,40 aoice Bio Coffee, per pound 20 ist pea berry Coffee, per pound.. .25 pcha and Java Coffee per pound .30 bst Bice, per pound 06 bod Bice, per pound 3J $n pounds Oat Meal for .25 Illy Gloss Starch 05 |rn Starch , 05 .ngsford Starch 07 bars Santa Glaus Soap for 25 in bars Fairbanks Standard Soap .25 bars Lenox Soap for .25 x bars Jaxon Soap for 25 :urch & Co.'s Soda 07 Best Broom Choice Broom Fairbanks' Gold Dust Extra sugar drip Syrup, per gal.. Best Sorghum, per gallon 50 gr. Cider Vinegar, per gallon.. 50 gr. White Wine Vinegar, gal.. Climax and Spearhead Tobacco... One pound Up-to-date pail Tobacco One pound Goeders' Best Smoking Tobacco for Best Wash Board for One Ib. Snowball Baking Powder. One Ib. Price's Baking Powder... Lewis' Lye Eagle Lye One pound Ground Spices .20 .25 .20 .25 .35 .25 .25 .40 .25 .18 .25 .20 .35 .10 .08 .25 \ All other goods in proportion. Dry Goods, Shoes, Cloth- ig, Underwear, Cloaks, Hosiery, Blankets, Shawls, Car- Its, Fur Coats, Gloves, Mitts, Caps, Trunks, Valises—all a discount of 10 to 20 per cent, for cash. Yours for business, Jno. Goeders. on't Sit on le Fence Waiting fsee which—McKinley or Bryan—will be elected, but if you want Hbing in the hardware line, from a padlock to a pitchfork, or a k hammer to a cook stove, remember that my prices are now as g as they can be, and I '11 tell you another thing, coal will be high- "ris winter and the way to fool the coal men is to get one of our if »r will save its price in coal in time, Drop in and see them, are others," of course, but why not get the best, Please call |get prices, J. W. Robinson. WHITHAM • estftb}i*h the Hide and Fur Busing A TRIUMPHAL TOTJB, UolUvor mid O'Comiell Have it Succession of Grcnt Meetings In Kossuth, The Dolliver and O'Connell meetings last week bent anything ever seen in Kossuth county. Glorious weather greeted them until Saturday. Then it rained and interfered with the splendid barbecue and celebration at Lu Verne. But the LuVerne meeting wus a big success for all, and the pick steer of Supervisor Barton's short horn herd furnished delightful roast for 1,000 people. WESLEY, Oct. 12.— The republican rally held here last Friday evening was a success in every particular. The big tent was packed full and tv great many could not get in to hear the 1 speaking. Hon. J. P. Dollivor was not feeling very well and spoke but a short time, but what he did say was right to the point and backed up by facts. The Hon. M. D. O'Connell entertained the crowd for over two hours with one of the most convincing sound money speeches that ever was delivered in Wesley, and ho WHS applauded frequently throughout the evening. Whenever the names of McKinley and Hobart were referred to the large audience went wild with with enthusiasm and prolonged cheering followed. It was 12 o'clock before the meeting broke up. The Algona Glee club and the Britt band and drum corps were here and furnished first- class music, which had much to do with the success of the meeting, LuVEBNE, Oct. 11.— The republican rally and barbecue was held at Lu- Verne Saturday, with Hon. J. P. Dolllver and M. D. O'Connell as speakers. Although the day was very stormy there was a large attendance. The roast ox was served up at the Larimer hall with good biscuits and hot coffee, and after eating what they wished the crowd went to the school house for the speaking, as it was too rainy to put up the tent. Two rooms in the house were occupied, Mr. Dolliver speaking in one and Mr. O'Connell speaking in the other, at the same time. The house was crowded and a great many standing outside. Everybody was well pleased with the meeting and cheered, in spite of the rain. WHITTEMOEE, Oct. 12.— The Whittemore meeting last Thursday evening was a grand success. The Wesley Hard Times band was on the ground at an early hour, and met Messrs. Dolliver and O'Connell at the depot and escorted them to the St. Nicholas. After the torchlight procession and parade the tent was soon filled to overflowing, and standing room was at a premium. The meeting was opened with singing. by the Algona and Whittemore Glee clubs, after which M. D. O'Connell gave a practical and entertaining talk on the money question, not forgetting to mention that the tariff was quite prominent four years ago. After more singing Mr. Dolliver spoke for about an hour, and although suffering from a cold and sore throat, he showed that he has lost none of his old-time eloquence. _ Local Political Notes. J. J, Ryan and A. L. Bonar spoke at Lu Verne Monday evening. C. E. Cohoon of Emmetsburg spoke at Whittemore Monday evening. J, J. Ryan speaks at the Hermann school house in Union Friday evening, Representative Mayne spoke in Emmetsburg Monday evening, and had a big meeting, Judge Cook tells the Webster City Freeman that Iowa will give MoKinley 50,000 majority. Word comes from Ledyard that J, L, Kamrar of Webster City gave them a great speech Monday evening, Victoria Woodhull sends out a pamphlet in favor of " humanitarian money," Victoria is still alive. Rev, Brooks of Livermore, Algona's one time Baptist minister, is candidate for elector in this district on the prohibition ticket. Geo, E, Marble, Ernest Bacon and J. H, Richards of Burt talked free silver to them at the Hayden school house a week, ago Saturday night. Emmetsburg Democrat: J, J, Ryan of Algona. delivered a rousing speech at Ruthven a few evenings ago, He is doing glorious work for free silver, F, H, Gibbons announces his candidacy for the Koesuth supervisorsbip in the Emmet county papers. He is evidently afraid he will need Emmet county votes, Editor Mayne punctures about qur James converting publicans at Ruthven. It TOO pj Jl * BQQ> tb,8t t» We're,' Representative that it is the vote of one man in every 13 which will decide the contest. There are 13,000,000 voters and a popular majority of 1,000000 will be unprecedented. The Champion says: In Whitte- moro which has nearly 200 voters, there is but one republican for free silver, while on the other hand wo can name about 20 old-line democrats who will vote for sound money and McKinley. Emmotsburg Reporter: Algona sent over quite a delegation to the Cousins meeting. Among them wore George C. Call, Frank Grose, J. W. Wadsworth, C. B. Hutohins and Editor Starr and wife. They were all seemingly pleased with Mr. Cousins' masterly speech. The Wesley Reporter gives two reports of the Ryan speech. It says first: " Mr Ryan made the most entertaining popocratic speech that has been made here this campaign. That well known humor.and earnest eloquence of his, so characteristic of his race, evoking frequent and prolonged applause." Then it says again: "Asa student of comic papers J. J. Ryan is at the head of his class. With that green-colored brogue of his it is wonderful how it attaches itself to a barnyard joke. How brief his speeches would be if stories were left out, but then people like to be amused even if they don't gain much instruction." Miss ZOA WORTMAN will open her music class this week. SPECIAL, sale of fur capes, coats, and jackets tomorrow at Galbraith's. SEE Burns for stoves. He has them for hard or soft coal or wood. All new and none better are made. Money. I am loaning money on farm lands &t six per cent, interest. Only a small charge will be made for procuring this cheap money. The borrower can have the privilege of paying off all or any part of his mortgage at the time of paying interest. J. J, RYAN. Office over the postofflce, Algona, Iowa. WE are loaning money on real estate. Rates and terms to suit borrower. Call and see us before loaning elsewhere. DOXSEE & FOSTER. FOR sale or rent, the Read place in the south part of town. — 29t3 FOR sale: Two good heating stoves. Inquire of Lenette W. Butler.— 29t2 A $2,800 interest in a good-paying business to exchange for real estate in Kossuth county. Inquire of Doxsee & Foster. WE have a few nice medium priced lamps we would like to show you, M. Z. GROVE & SON. Old Grovo Barn, Algona, Iowa. This feed stable has been opened and farmers and others are invited to give it a trial. Feed rates are as follows: Team stand to hay ..................... 10 cents One horse, hay and grain, per feed. . , . 15 cents Team, hay and grain, per (eed ......... 20 cents Team, over night, hay and grain ...... 50 cents Best attention given to all stock left here. HOME-SEEKERS' excursions, at one fare plus $2, will he made by the Northern Pacific Railroad Co. on Sept. 29, and pot. 6 and 20, Ample time given for inspection of lands. Particulars furnished by Dingley, Cook & Co., solicitors at Algona, Iowa. 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 lioans at « per And the expenses of making the loan can be paid at option of the borrower. Interest payable annually unless otherwise preferred, The Joan can be paid in whpje or in part at any interest date, & BRUNSON, WE have a nice line of crockery at prices to suit you. M. Z. GROVE & SON, ON account of sickness in my family I desire to sell my interest in the AlgO' na brick yard, cheap for ossb. or w}U exchange for good land, JORN OSTRUM. A Snap for Ho\ise and twp lots for sale in west part of Aigona. Gogd Cellar, cistern, well, and. a lot ol nice sbrHpbejpy, A small payment pniy } s required " Wl o,an pje.aje yop as W §H M & Owmft umr, We want to say a word about FLOUR All flour might be good flour— but it isn't, always. The good flour that's always good—do you know where to get that kind? We will give you the combination : It's the Daisy Mills Flour. You know it. Don't put off doing a wise thing. Try some right now. Lenette W. Butler, Administrator J. J. Wilson estate. Are you Looking for... SHOES? SEEK NO FURTHER, But go to The Cash Shoe House in the Boston Block. Your desires will be satisfied, your pocket book surprised, and YOUR FEET MADE GLAD. Brownell & Allred. We do repairing neatly and cheaply. 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 OAKS go for $13 $14 OAKS go for $12 OAKS g.o for 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 Ijne 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 clay in corning to our store to get it. The above prices subject to stock on hand, C. M, DOXSEE, Taylor '$9Ue all feinds of ' ;'•''•• • .<••:.'. -!••, ' "."•. :'vi/ -. ;s ,i''«i/:f TO I '- . , 5 ",) Wt fiji&l

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