The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 21, 1896 · Page 5
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Ou i* fl£*tfi1*isi* v/ WLA V/Wl'V/JJWl ;,/ :^;;\^C|V^|;|.?|^'|f|p|^ tlll COlltilltleS to be the center of attraction in the eidthiftg market^ and for the balance of the matith we give an additional inducement of $6»oo» |8,oo, £10,00, and $12,00 Suits for,,,, t The Low Priced Clothiers, Cowles' Block, ALGONA, IOWA. that the $16 and $18 Suits afe still to be had at •H&M gjgg Qtir bargains in' FurftMiing deads eefttlnii©, as advertised In previous issues, until,,, YOU WANT lERVICEABLE IHOE . We Lead l\\e ~[ in t]\e H)\\oe Line. Economize and buy your footw.ear where you get good value and honest goods for your money. Come in and see our bargains in Winter Footwear. Browne!! & All-red, • BYERS' BANCROFT SPEECH. The Speaker of the House Gave Them aftoitsinjr Sound Money Talk Friday Evening, The Big Riverdale Meeting and Addison . Fisher's Banquet— Miscellaneous Political Motes, Boston Block, Algona, Iowa. . Boots and shoes made to order or repaired. iprr't Sit on [the Fence Waitin ITo see which—McKinley or Bryan-—will be elected, but if you want lanything in the hardware line, from a padlock to a pitchfork, or a ftack hammer to a cook stove, remember that my prices are now as flow as they can be, and I '11 tell you another thing, coal will be high- |er this winter and the way to fool the coal men is to get one of our Speaker Byers, of the last legislature, made a strong argument for sound money at Bancroft Friday evening. He is one of the best talkers in the state and his career has a local interest. He came to Kossuth in seventies with J. B. Daggett, and one summer had a flax field over in Seneca with R. L Brayton, living )n a sod cabin. and cooking his own meals. Afterwards he went to Shelby county, got married, and was clerking, when a travelling'book peddler took in somo victims. They decided to fight and young Byers, who was interested, agreed to appear before the justice. He gave the book man such a tongue lashing that the lawyer on the other side told him he ought to be a lawyer. With that he decided to study law. His rise in the world is & curious commentary on the talk of our free silverltes that poor boys have no chance in life. was Dither will save its price in coal in time. Drop in and see them. H' There are others," of course, but why not get the best. Please call |and get prices. J. W. Robinson. FINANCIAL. ^~~f*~r*^+^^f+*f*-i~*s^ir+^*+ ,,, Kossuth County State Bank, I't&v JR&JEj, $5O,OOO. AJtiO-OIT^., XO'W.A... it's received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Oollec de promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or [pld countries sold at lowest rates. JJNGHAM, President; J. B. JONES, Vice President; LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier 3rs—"WnvH, Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Ohrischilles, Lewis H. Smith, J. idsworth, Barnet Dovlne. First National Bank of Algona. *BO,000 iAMBEOSE A. CAIili.... ............ President I WM. K. FERGUSON ...... ... ......... Cashier '. H. HUTOHINS. ............. Vice President | 0. D. SMITH ..................... Asst. Gabbier Directors— D. H. Hutchins, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweiler, P. H. Vesper, Ambrose A. ; Call, B, H, Spencer, Wm, K. Ferguson, Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. Special attention given to collections. Algona State Bank, Officers and Director*— A. D, Clarke, President, 0, 0, Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos, H, Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbraith, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Sehenolt, Thos, F, Cooke. GASH CAPITAL, $50,000. General Banking, , PRIVATE SAFBTT DEPOSIT TA.VLTB. ^"Interest paid on time deposits, Q-HO.. O. OAXJt- Six per cent Interest on Time Deposits for money left three months or more. Money always on hand to loan on first mortgages, second 'mortgages, and gopd collaterals. Notes bought. A.LC30NA, IOWA. The Algona Peposlt * &oan Assn, ** GUARANTEE Call at offices for parWeuJarp, 8 Offices over Algona State Bank PER PENT, t a per espeneeg of making 1 the loan be paid »t option of the borrower, ner,esti payable annually unless otherwise preferred. The loan can he paid Jn whole OP to part at any interest date, to loan oo town property and e. F. Oooke.-aitj&Bl Tliose who have used Dr, King's New Discovery Know its value, and those have not have now the opportunity to try it free, Call on the advertised druggist and get a trial bottle, free, Bend your naine and address to H- £!• Bucklen &, Co,, Chicago, and set a sample box of Dr, Ring's New lyil'e Pills, free, as well as a copy of Guide to Health, and Household Instructor, free. All of which is guaranteed to do you good and cost you notSing, pold at It. A, Sheets' drug 8tore.^__ ___ "^ * PJJffl. Send ypw ?44r Co., OMjfflgo, m& Dr, King's New Ofg, pma, convince YQU. of jpjr perita. , are easy iuaotloaTM pe Addison Fisher's Campaign ' A big meeting in Riverdale addressed Thursday evening by A. A. Brunson and Judge Quarton, Dr. Rial and W. L. Joslyn furnishing the songs. At its close the visitors were all taken to his home by Addison Fisher and treated to a banquet that they will long remember. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher do nothing by halves, and a finer spread has not been seen in the county in many a day. Mr. Fisher celebrates each presidential campaign with a banquet, and he has invited his friends to attend ten more. He says he is going to celebrate that many and then he will quit politics and take it easy in that birthday chair. Mayne at Emmotsburn. Representative Mayne spoke to a good audience at Emmetsburg last week Monday evening. -All the papers speak well of the meeting. The Reporter closes its report by saying: He presented many new arguments for the cause of sound money and protection. At the close of his address he was. asked some questions, and a running debate of several minutes followed,, that was not the least enjoyable part of the evening. It was all done good-naturedly, however, and everybody left the hall in good humor/ Local Political Notes. J, C. Baker has caused lots of dissatisfaction down near Storm Lake in adjusting hall losses. This moves Al, Adams to administer some more cold consolation to his brother democrats. Al, says: The J. C. Baker mentioned above is the man the popocrats of this district ran for congress two years ago. He Is of course a very ardent free silver man this year, From his actions and the methods used by free silver money loaners it is quite evident that the country and people are just as safe in the hands of the so-called gold kings as they would be in the bands of the new set of silver kings, who are trying through misrepresentations to get control of the country. • They say Jack Graham is not really a convert. The Bancroft Register explains: Potter offered him $2,50 to wear a gold badge, and Jack . accepted the offer, The boys then wanted him to join the paraders, but he said nit, Whereupon they laid violent hands on him and partly carried and dragged him with the marchers for seven blocks. jt was raining hard all the time, and when J. G, would protest against plow ing along in the wet the gang haying him in charge would cheerfully rejoin; "Yes, but Jack, think of the fun we're having," They all caught colds that will last the rest of the fail, but, as they said, the fun of the thing was well worth ft cold or two. The State Register explains who the Judge Carr is who 'figures among the silverites at Pes Molnes; Mr, $, M. Carrot Wf&iohester, who Is secretary of the popooratie state committee, }a generally referred to as "Judge" Carr f As a matter o||aQt the title is without real foundation, We understand the gentleman from Manchester- never was judge. The friends of Jud.^e Oarr of D§s Moineg, of the law firm of Parr &, Parker, are anxious that this correction should he wade, 1 as some of his friends in .northwesters how .ge, .fif says that only three voters at Sexton are for Bryan. The following democratic meetings are advertised: E. O. Towne, an Illinois man, at Algoha, Monday even- Ing; C. E. Cohoon at Ledyard, this evening; D. E. Collins at Wesley, tomorrow evening; M. F. Healey, at Lu Verne, Monday evening. The Fort Dodge Messenger says: Hon. M, D. O'Connell and Congressman DolHver put in six days of great campaigning In Knssuth County last week. That county is in splendid condition and will give Dolliver 1,000 majority. Judge Quarlon and Goo. C. Call addressed a crowded house at the Potter school house Saturday evening. Whittemoro and Algonti were present the j and the meeting was a great success. Both speakers are highly complimented. Monitor: It now turns out that one Of the Burt delegates to the democratic (free silver) convention is going to vote for McKinley and sound money. He did not attend the convention, though he was one of the delegates. Wm. T. Chantland had a joint debate with Prof. White of DCS Molnes down near Fort Dodge, and did the professor to a turn. He is the hero of the day at the Fort. Al. Adams says Bro. Ryan's Mexican letter will "be very easy to read after the Ides of November have told their weird and sorrowful tale of woe." L. H. Mayne In the Reporter: Dolliver, in our estimation, has no peer as a campaigner in America today. Congressman Dolliver addressed an audience of 8,000 at a barbecue at Albia last week. Col. Clarke speaks for McKinley in Spirit Lake tonight. We want to say:a ,.,: word about ' • •""'"' -^ ""t-N FLOUR1 All flour might be good flour- but it isn't, always, The good flour that's always goodr—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 some right now. put off doing a wise thing. Try, V Lenette W. Butler, Administrator J. J. Wilson estate. «S «tr' COME and try our buckwheat flour made from home-grown seed. LENETTE W. BUTLER, 31t2 Adm. Est.J. J. Wilson. HAMILTON has about four good loads of sawdust for sale at $1 per load. The first man who comes gets it.—80t2 Wshaveiour yard full of tile. We would like to have the farmers use them this fall, and they need hot pay us until they have money to spare. J. A. Hamilton & Co.—30t2 SEE that ladle's underwear we are selling for 25 cents. Geo. L. Galbraith &Co. • GET your corn cribs at J. A. Hamilton's; 600 bushel cribs for $3.-31tf HAMILTON & Co. still have plenty of white oak sidewalk boards at $10 per M., all cut to length and planed on one side.—30t2 SEE Burns for stoves. • He has them for hard or soft coal or wood. All now and none better are made, GERMANTOWN, Spanish, Saxony, and 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. $13 $12 $10 Zephyr yarns have plenty of bralth & Co. 'Aft. the colors, them. Geo. L. We Gal- FENOE posts for 5 and 7 cents each at J. A. Hamilton & Co'e.-Sltf Money, I am loaning money on farm lands at six percent, interest. Only a small charge will be made for proourfng 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. omce over the postofflce, Algona, Iowa. WE are loanipg money on real estate. Bates and terms to suit borrower. Call and see us before loaning elsewhere. DOXSEE & FOSTER. FOB sale OP rent, the Bead the south part of town.—29t8 place in A $2,800 interest in a good-paying business to exchange for real estate in Kossuth county, Inquire of Doxsee <Sp Foster, WE have a few nice medium priced lamps we would like to show you. M. Z, GROVE. & SON, • your kid gloves of us. We sell only the best, Geo, L- Galbraith.&Co, BPFOBE you are ready for it winter will be here, Are you prepared for it? Burns can help you out on the stove question. Highest Awarded $16 OAKS go fbr $14 OAKS go for $12 OAKS go for And every other kind of Stove in proportion. If you need a steel range, a cook stove, a heater, or anything ejse in the shape of a stove, it will pay you to buy at 'once. The Jewelj 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 i 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, Taylor Sells all kinds of Shoes Cheaper Than any other store in the county, Slashing Prices as we do in Stoves and Ranges Cannot Fail to reduce Gjpr stgek, of th§m, and is s^re

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