The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1897 · Page 5
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J^«i^ a **?-' B 5Si?*' 5« betfi* t-t» swasi lew fr *«*<&* <* Mi bw5«s* w*^ T^. s .._ s CKmi«r«s^*w Mr, /cos* Swasase TKyMlystes.. rtM^ *i« * — — -* 1 »-«•*< €.-x^*» *^i ^^"s^isa"** *, f iXS V* Ovsrser a* «x»o9n>«3-- To** ps^er s>« iiiifx1&<& fA 3**1 w%& fr.^Itiisg that it i* tbat KfKty repatolisaa party i for Mr, " •»iib THE CFFES Dzs Mouczs. saj^3*C3«a3l« to Tfce Cosrl^r kno tor OsJkass, for roc tfei* »«eJs filled St« er/mfflc* vitb «3Sc>- Langdon & Hudson. TELEPHONE NO. 15. lL-e ia.o3p3frflita.af mutl s-rr&'/c-b. »'fa*l«r*rr t !*•»• IE. to talk alwat 0220 discredit Mr, Jeows in Kw«-'itb wtseiy not Jo bis ba«ifi'6*« ly it lwjg«r than *a , thai it* be priuSaa before that itsej Friday, ftCwvrkr'e talk fc'wji the ere a* i3 tbsk.it Algosa !>; & '• ln>g" Vswc. oars- be THE ISKAI> COXTKVt IS IOWA. I>.ar1cg tfse past w*&. 5t '&** aerel- <jp5»i 20 every cfjaoty Ic ife<* elate, jutl a*-it ha* 5a K/oe*-Htb. tljatthe fr< •x".r cojfflWoatlon \>&^ e*Dter<s«i it* THIS It *. rwtbe te rrfs j IE jear for e ib»4 K oJs:v/5 is^a fal IS THIS SEIGHBOESOOD. Ear] Stepbtcs acd a « nap oort-b on a fl*ser bunt. « G«zelte: Mte :»**«:« par'j jBtsrettit? r«riiui'C'raoBs of VTOiiajn >L I E-riris- "lias oesalifuJ a caber, witb il* __ I SSTT ao3 artistic osrer. gives atnsDoant — . S pr-ssif* for tie fsssr* of "*« r«re««DXa-l r?paoi3Ciics| ij T ^ -5^5^25^* t>f the mi4aie--srest" variety of ezcep-l il in the Xoveaa- j Tie cpeauig' paper, tbe! ssreatib -cm i&e "Cwt^-act of_Great Basi- jseBseB." is b? ol t&e 5.fes&t)'iss oiu. *wv*^- -i-« > — — VT -wiiJi KS&SHA*-" a,iifl t&e deligbtful stor- iesel -&3jrtZ*." II deals with "'Hie Bosi- iress oJ s Wiitat Fans" and is the first ad- *ca*ift Skoowjut of tfce great bonanza fanes • --* prodact is —-*• .^ s Brt ^ Democrai: Miss Wer- ^ej.f-riai.g t r*taro«3 from Aigoca. Mociar 5 s b e l* £L a « iE. *bere rLe had te*a vjiUisg Hb«r jc an terra* of acres and bn- . lat with aa ejre also for * ^« ^an&d human as. Clear Lake Mirror: C. H. S5ag!*. «boi* boase is in A3goca bat wbo cansft here froco Easnj-teWr^ is ibe new oj/- eaj«{»Jgo again*t Mr, Jones, f»l- , hire, not tuwsaa&e the • fij tsfijny., bat b&eao».« Jje bJai.fcftif i« a!l*;g'jd ^> fee r;<>t worthy erf the wBfid«o«« «f liJK f«How Tfoe Courier kBov/« that today a %-r- tified re^yrd of jwagroeot* 5« being eir- colated in the county trt make it appear that Mr. Joneu bait *peHl ^5 years in evading inn fioaneial oWJgaiioo*- The Courier knows that tbi» record i« to a lar>?e extent a record of jydgmewtis agalost unfortunate farmer* of the gra**bopper year*-, whowi naine«are porfx/sely omitted from the dwument, who co»M not r*ay for their roacbiflftry, and wbofc-e notes had b*ien endorsed by Mr, Jones, The Courier knows that Mr, Jonc-» lot»t t-'^W during those grasshopper year« by endorsing tbls paper, and that when he wag adviwcd fey bi# attorney to take ad vantage of the bankruptcy a«t and get rid of the burden he refused, aftfeerling- that if he bad hi* health he could pay it all off, The Courier knows that Mr, Jones ha* lived economically all these years, haw worked hard, ha» made one shift after another, all the while keeping up his courage, supporting every public en- e, pushing bits buslneBH, and de- oo getting a free iilver 3%gielature. i« defeat of the state ik-ket i* eoflfsftd- . The Sght over county iK-kete i* kfcp* oponJy by a few who are A-te<l 5« tbe offieefe- But tLe whole px/HUca! combioation of silver //eral% i* afV:r the Ieg5*!ativ<: nornineeK. And in all tbe districts tbe figbt is roach a» it L>s in Kos*utb, a personal fight againfet the republican candidates. Over 5n Clay and Palo Alto Mr. Corn- vraJl, ode of the ablest meinberfc- of tbe Istjjl }ftgi*lat«r«, is- being attacked or. hi* personal and profefceSonal record. In Hancock and Wright a bitl/ir j/arty Kplil !B being taken advantage of. In Worth the i«soe b personal, and in Hamilton the Kame, All over the the harne condition exists—a H, J. Tremaia, wbo has been in art'* of she eating bouse at Eagle roTe. bat lensed the Earling hotel at Spencer. Jo. Stamp goes out of the fierce personal onslaught on republican nominees, the victory to be an cn- dorwjmfcnt of Bryan's »tutnpinjj tour. It is now becoming apparent what Bryan'* campaign was for. He put free silver as the sole isnue in Iowa, but hi* own follower* lmve*paid no attention apparently to his statement. They havfi.gone their own way, but it ifi now readily to bo Men they intend to wind up with Mr. Bryan and celebrate a victory, alleged to be for free silver. His voting every spare dollar to. paying off tbeue clainw, that wer<j not juhtly hi« at all, but which carne on him because he had guarantewUhe paper of the vi«- iiroB of that graxsboppt"' raid. And yet the Courier, which makes great prolongs of being for the poor man, its encouraging a campaign to def«at Mr. Jonee, i" reality bccuuHc he i» a republican, but upon I ho pretense that because he v/ttH all but wrecked, UB Ihouw- ands v/oro wrecked, in that dinastrouH period, find because he has spent tweoty-/lvo years in paying up old elaimfl instead of Hhicldng tborn as lie statement will be the t«at of tory if by any meant; a lot- of the vic- free silver men can be seated ttt De» Moinfts. No republican hhould make any mistake or be for a moment mislead. J. M. Farley's election in Kossuth la not a victory over J. It. .'Jones. It is a victory for Bryaniam. That :H v/hy every Bilver • republican JH canvassing the county. That IH why every republican who believes that last full's verdict Hhould stand, should vote ab he believes and not bo mislead by a personal campaign gotten up to cover the real purpose of the opposition, ,,-..,^^ City Frt*man: Mrs, JLw! SlcMurty of Algous who has been here] during the wa.si'lvro or three daysvi--! sting her oiec*, Mr-. John P. Slake, re- turrifcd home toflay. Garner Signal: A select audience of mweif iovr-re greeted tbe blind musician Miss HuSdab F. Peters at tbe opera house last evening and a)! seemed greaUv pleased with tbe program as rendesVl. MifcS Peters is a musician of culture and great ability. The Emmetsburg Democrat i-ay*: " Algona. Spencer and Estherville are all right in some wave, but their purse* are ra'tber 3ea». They ought to come to PloimeUburg and have them fattened." '»Ve always supposed people went to the 'burg to fill their tellies. The Einmetfcburg Tribune adds a note about Company F's visit that was not reported last week: A love feast was conducted at the armory Wednesday evening, during which Captain Smith of Webster City, and Lieut. Ward of Algona made a few pleasant remarks. They, on -behalf of their comrades, thanked Company K for its kind invitation, the pleasant time put up for them and all things connected w'ith their visit to Emmetsburg, complimented our town and people, and left feeling hopeful that this would not be their only vibit to Emmetsburg. On Tuesday evening the visitors chaperoned by local comrades, attended the "White Crook" at Music Hall at the expense of Company K. Dr. Camfield, who shook Algona dust from his feet in baste, was billed for Forest City, fie did not get there till late and did not stay long. Tbe Sumij'H: The doctor came in on the St. Louis freight from the south Wednesday evening at eight and was driven to Bancroft early the next morning, professional engagements not fig- uririf at all in his visit. As Landlord When Obi \Vben. ;o&a jail attracts tbe Arm- Journal's attention: Two more priiiooers have escaped from the Al- i'cca jail. One was beld for burglary and the other assault to commit murder. When, oh when will the people of Koc=«th county realize where they are at. .Some of tbe chronic kickers over there ought to be banished to the Klondike. Many would-be economists don't know enough to tench a lousy lap- do" t<« walk on its fund legs, let alone running a county government. The Wetmore Truss. We Never Had a Stove Until we bought a "Cole's Hot Blast Air Tight" of you last winter, which we felt absolutely sure would hold fire and keep our house warm when we wanted to leave it for the day. This is what a customer told us this fall who used a Cole's stove last winter. Another said, " I used a Cole's Hot Blast stove last winter, kept two office rooms warm night and day, and paid out less than $10 for fuel." Still another: " I put in a few cobs at night before going to bed and had a good fire in the morning; it takes the least fuel of any heating stove I ever saw." Another said: " I would not take $25 for my stove if I could not get another." These words of praise were spoken by three difierent parties who used the stoves in their own homes, and know whereof they speak from actual experience. We can give you their names and a dozen others' who are just as enthusiastic in expressing their appreciation. Why should they not be? It's the only soft coal stove made that converts into heat the 50 per cent, of gas that comes from soft coal and goes up the chimney in ordinary stoves. They are guaranteed to save one-third of your fuel, hold fire all night with cobs, and 36 hours with one hod of soft coal. We have had people smile when we told them what the stove will do, but we put the stove out on 30 days' trial, and if they do not find all we say of the stove to be true we will refund their money. It makes the best farm, school house, and store stove on the market, for it will burn anything combustible with as steady a heat as hard coal. Come and see one. C. M. DOXSEB, HARDWARE. could have done, ho IB riot a man"—» campaign to elect Mr. in reality bucaUHCs it will b« a victory for free ailvtsr, but upon the pretense .j becauao he IB rich, because by lak- .,, ri ' advantage of his great opportunities in the now town of Whittemore he ban accumulated a fortune, ho is a isafo *'buolne»8 rnan" to send to DCS Molnow, THB XTr-MSB PasMowas has no word Of fault to find with Mr. Farley, it Bftys with the Courier if wo are to be represented by a free silver man we •ball be pleased to have Mr, Farley represent us. But THB UPPISH DBS J40INBS wishes to enter a, final protest any campaign against Mr, Jpneswhloh is not a campaign upon the broad political issues that divide two parties. THB UPPKB DBS ^^JNJis has )lved neighbor to Mr. Jones 20 years. It has known h}s fam- bis political afllliatloBB, his enterprise. He 1ms bqen a He has been a consis- republican principles, made a reaiarkable success of M'JIK COUNTY TICKET. There JH not in Iowa H better set of officials than B. H. Spencer, C. C. Sa.ro- 13, F. Reed, Dr. Morse, Q. A. Tel- lior, arid Loander Barton. Ole Oleson is one of the county's best citl'/ona. They were each and all nominated a« fairly and by as unanimous a vote an any candidates over were in Kossuth or anywhere else. Kossuth county republicans have 600 majority. A8 SEKN AT DKS 3VIO1NK8. The Daily Capital has the following mention pf J. B. Jones: The republicans of Kossuth county are aittUiug a strong contest for their entire ticket aud the Capital Is glad to know that J. 11. Jones. Esq., the nominee for representative, Is meeting with most cordial support, Mr. Jgues is a business man of wide experiewse and would make an excellent representative. Tae republicans of that county will do the best thing for themselves and for the party by seeing to it that Mr- Joues has an overwhelming ma- }orit?. The following clippings suggest their lesson; Algona Courier, July ""' jhe boss?! are fflaWog a d@Bpera_ fort tapojaitettte their man tafeyftW Jo* < . Hammond and Liveryman Clemuns are the only residents who were interviewed by the itinerant it is not known whether his experience at Algona hastened his departure—for fear other warrants might be in the hands of the Winnebago officers; and probably they were, for all Iowa physicians are now on the alert and will see that the new law is enforced—or if his presence was needed for a critical operation at the north Kossuth town. POLITIOAL HOTEs! Let everybody vote. Dolliver is making the most vigor- Good table syrup (light color) per gallon 25C Dried Herring per box i8c Santa Clause, Lenox and Maple City Soap, 7 bars for. .25c Good Tumblers at 3 C We sell and deliver hay and grain. J. C. ANDERSON. South of court house. Cranberries, per quart 8c Arbuckle's, Lyons', or XXXX Coffee , I2ic Pure New Orleans Molasses per gallon 3Oc White Fish, extra fine per Ib. . ous campaign he has over made in Iowa. Senator Allison spoke in Cleveland, Ohio to a great audience. He was introduced by Mark Hanna. Gib Pray is back managing the campaign again. He can't do it any worse than it nas been done to date. Bailey: Vote the straight republican ticket every man from governor down to township officer is all right. This is a good fall for republicans to show their republicanism. Al. Adams: It is getting pretty serious when the editor of a populist or fusion paper is asked by his subscribers to quit publishing the market reports, claiming that by so doing he was helping the republican ticket. There is only one issue in this campaign. Bryan Stated it in his Deoison epeeck: "Iowa democrats should remember that this (free silver coinage) is the iesue and the one on which twie A truss embodying the sym- plicity and durability of all other trusses, and yet unlike any of them. The most simple truss ever made. Is practically indestructible—wears forever. Made on strictly hygienic principles— no cumbersome springs to pass around the body. It gives perfect freedom of action without the slightest movement of the truss. Does not take one-half the pressure to hold the rupture that the old styles take. Holds the rupture easily, yet firmly and surely. It stays just where it is placed. The cheapest high-grade truss yet produced. It is absolutely guaranteed to fit and hold the heruia with comfort, or money refunded. Don't buy any other truss before trying this For sale and guaranteed by W. J. Studley, PHARMACIST, Boston Block, ALGONA, IA. NSURANGE. Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Office over AJgona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Rockford of RocUford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. GEO. M. BAILEY. FINANCIAL. Kossuth County State Bank, campaign must be fought out." Senator FupH calls attention -tut to the SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a special execution, to me directed by the clerk of the district of Kossutb county, Iowa, against tbe goodn, chattels, lands, tenements, etc., of B. O. Hoberts, Aren Roberts his wife, Leota BruuBon and "VV. J. Urunson, Annie Haines M. S. H. Halues, Birt Hasten and H. S. Jeak- in* Lumber Co., deleudanta, in favor of T. H. I/oser. trustee, plaintiff, I will offer at public Hale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the door of the court house in tbe town of Algona, county of Kossuth, Iowa, on the 15th day of November, 1807, between the hours of 0 a. m. and 4 p. m.i on »aid day, ajl of said defena- antg' right, title, and interest in and to the following described real e»tate, situated in Kogauth eounfy, to-wit: I-ot No. Seven in Block No, One iu B«»ervaUon No. One, Algona, Jtowa, according far-the auditor's plat thereof. Sale to commence at th» hour of 8 o'clock p. \Vltae*» my band tttio VAVfy day of October, 18 ~ -'- ftb#rifl Kftwuiftcowftty, towfa. . ^.^ ^EO.OCO. ,A, TiGrOJiTA.. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collec tions made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WJI. H. IXGHAM, President; T. CIIRISCHILLES, Vice Pres; LEWIS II. SMITH. Cashier Directors—Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrischllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. First National Bank of Algona. CAPITAL 850,000 AMBROSE A. CALL President I WM. K. FERGUSON •• •;•• i). H. HUTCHINS Vice President I C. D. SMITH Asst. Directors—D. H. Hutcbins, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweiler, P. H. Vesper, Ambrose A. Gall, 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. Officer! and Director*— A. D. Clarke, President, C. C. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Qeo. I>. Galbrafth, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Tbos. F. Cooke. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETf DEPOSIT YAVZiTS. ^"interest paid on time deposits. Six per eeat Interest on Time Deposits for money left three months or Money ajway* on hand to loan OR fl«,t mortgages, second Bjorfjf^gejj, a,»4 KOpd coll*tera,jB, Notes bought, ^i . /,. i!

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