The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1897 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 24, 1897
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AMOKA, BOB 820D BHOET CLARKE 4 ATTOBXTBYS AT Offloe orer First Kstatma] bank. AJgoia j- CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston Moot •when you can buy nice slioes and overshoes so Two amti ftrar-liGrse power and Generwl Pny to Socl«tlw- VCltU- oHt an &ctti*U Member-snip. The state has been giving 52W w TS«T to county agricultural societies which < hold a fair and which have 200 mem- j foerships of SI each. The custoos ha? been to count everybody buying 51 of lair tickets a menltaer. Kow AUOTTIPT General Retnley suye this ie not what i? meant, and that E county agricultural society to get the 1200 must have an actuaf membership of at least 200 who pav each year SI eaOh for the goofi ot the society, and not for tickets to the fair. This will knock out every association in the state, probably. It nl»o defeats the purpose of the lew. which ie to have the state assist in getting up counlv fairs. But the statute bears out Mr. Remley'e interpretation. Porl- unatelv lor the Kossuth association it is in shape to stand the lose thisyeur. OOTOBEE AJT THrUBUAL MDBTH. * mst Hun-, fcrcs * r fant fe ?, r:l«n!*»rtn|& trtmr-nn. ba^E t B mw» -- — — • -., . II- EllJ? rtmlfi on>vinn=mnr Uff — - ' j tlii? stranpt rarrranFtBuw onfi The Wigwam Algona and Burt, has the exclusive sale of this popular line of goods. Call and get the Appleton illustrated catalogue, eivme. full description of twenty-six sizes of American gnnd- Lj-Sills, corn, cob, and stuck mills, feed cutters, tread powers, direct .stroke and back geared steel and wood pump- wig wind mills, most complete line of power wind mills, etc. Out prices are right. Be sure and call and see our goods Very VTarju anfl Tory 3>ry-^Oorn n Better Orop in iowa Tlmn 31s- pectefl.. The Iowa weather bureau has sent out a report on October. The month of October was unusually warm and dry. The mean temperature for the state was 5G.O degrees, which ie 0.6 degrees above normal. The average rainfall for the elate, ae shown by report? from * stations, 1.14 inches—1.04 inuht* below the normal. The bulb of the rain fell between the 30tb and 18th. the balance of the month being ulmoat wholly rainless. It was an ideal month lor drying put corn and lor securing; all outstanding crops in the best condition. Corn was in condition lor cribbing ten days earlier than usual. The condition of the crop is much better than was anticipated, and a larger per centage will be merchantahle than was deemed possible a month earlier in the season. • A GASOLDTE HEE. City KearJy Loses D Big Grain .Elevator. The pipe conducting gasoline to the engine in the Swea City elevator sprung a leak at night. Next morning when a light WUK struck the whole faientl enniinwen, "J tt odd •!!»« 3 ftoiil .Mr. lillte, i sav. inn.niTT'ji, *• ~. *... _, -, +_ Thririenu nnioiasfl B ia=dbif tale to iht effect that f itr- TTOTCT jmrmiy of the islantl cnnsistefl TiriiicipalJT of vnal •eras distilMl "by » conflHussr. a smaJJ nnantiCT l«rnr rihtainafi Irani Pampia-f fl-TBs nnfl Brananth -vroilF: T ^ nT " 5rB * a3 u-ni>= •*" -ha" it ^S like ^ ^i™ rf Tnm ' OTfly •QK uHrtvnnof- m b"iiic twr. puDnnf B flay l«r mail. "UlieF -wert 82ut to the- -wnsh, the vuter lor -washing them tad to be eeut trith them. But the oonflenBer a1 that tione iiaflbeen ma of order for some nine or ten fluyB, and ereryVjdr on the iBinnd had been put on fihcirt allcnranoe, so that they had not- enough for flrmt- >8E lor-washing either them- or their clotheE.—Portland Oregonian. Better pay out a little for footwear and preserve your health than go with •wet and cold feet and have a big bill to*pay OANSON * BUTLER, LA W. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office OTOT Galbraith's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Offloe in Borie-FerenBon bljck. Save your health and money by buying your footwear of Broinell & Altai's, E. V. SVVETTING, ATTONST AT LAW, A10OUR, Iowa. J. C. BATMOKD. EKKEBT C. RATMOKD RATMOUD & RAYMOND, ATTOBNETS AT LAW, AJgona, Jowa. building was in a blaze. A lot of business men had hand grenades and threw them in with good eCect. The IOBB wae only $50. beiore ) r ou buy. J. y. DoJllver. The Korthwestern Christian Advocate contains a portrait of Iowa's eloquent congressman and Wilfrid P. Jones. ALGONA AND BURT. Another Drop On Clothing Until January 1,1898 pice ISN'T Any "good (?) clothing" Is good until something happens to it and then you wish it were one of our Kuh, Nathan & Fischer Co. suits, A guarantee ticket with every garment bearing this label. "Congressman J. f. Dolliver ie descended on hie father^ Bide from the lamily about which Hawthorne wrote his 'Dolliyer Romance. 1 In his lather all the principles and features of Wee- leyan Methodism have exemplification. In the war for the union the father was another Parson Brownlow to the borderland between the north and south where were fought the first battles. He would have been the firet chaplain of the loyal mountaineers but for bodily disability. Bis abolition views cleared notonlv the Methodist church, but the whole section in which be labored of blaveholding. Ou the other band, from hie mother Mr. Dolliver inherited his knowledge of the southern people. The traits that so characterize them are distinguishable in him. He might be called a southern man with northern principles. This much must be said to explain the roan politically. It is sufficient to say of bib religious and ecclesiastical relations that be, as all bis family, is a Methodist of Methodists. Ae a student in school he burned the midnight oil. He has toiled all his life, and is industrious in the preparation of every speech he makes. In his home you cannot put your hand out without touching a book. Hie selection by the bishops as a fraternal delegate to the general conference of the M. E. church south, is fitting recognition of hie admirable qualifications. The Early Ulrd Gets There. Forest City Summit: The Kossuth people interested in having a Bummer school at Algona intend to lose no patronage that might come through early announcement. They are already advertising that such an institution of learning will commence sessions in June, 189B._ ; Turouiin Corn to California 1 . Persons contemplating a trip to California should be particular to see that their tickets read via the Northwestern line, and thus avoid unnecessary changes of cars and delays enronte. Personally conducted excursions to California leave every Thursday. Foi lowest rates, sleeping car reservations, maps, printed matter, and detailed information, inquire of agents Chicago & North western.-36t6 MONKY—On first mortgages. Money—OP second mortgages. Money—Ou short time. Money—At lowest rates. Money—Geo. C. Call, Algona, An Tinirnposine CoronaUon Miss Mary Grace Thornton, daughter of the British emhaasador, describes the coronation of Alexander ffl of: ROB- Bia in Century. The writer Bays: Ivaa certainly disappointed in the bit of the procession that 1 looked forward to iiost—the 'Depntes des Penplades AEI- atiqueB Boumises a la Rnssie, -which •nroniiBed to be the most original, something that one could see in Russia only. The opening of the procession was characteristic: Kozlor, the head of the po- lioe, and 12 policemen. Then came the emperor's private escort, very handsome in red and gold, trro Cossack regiments, the Cosaaok deputies, and my friende the Asiatics. No "wonder I didn't find them imposing, for just as they were ging the bands struck up the national ^ ^g horses started, and the dep- utieB "became a confused mass clinging to their horses' manes. The owner of a very beautiful yellow Bilk dressing gcnvB _all their costumes looked lite dressing gowns—kept his head and his seat, but I saw the khan of Khiva' huge black fur hat bobbing up and down in a most un-khan-ny way." The Shoe Merchant, Boston Block. Algona. Iowa. Fine Repairing ana custom work. FREDERICK M ATTORNEY CURT1SS, AT LAW. Office orer Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, The Wetmore Truss. F. L. TR1BON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence in the Boston Block. (In the new block.) H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at residence, McGregor street. Sit Down a moment and bear what we have to aay. We have just receive^a fine line of chairs JJjl't JUDU* vu*^* ' •"•—• •— new and handsome PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. J. KENEF1CK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office ana residence orer Taylor's. D.. THIS TRUSS Illtl J WEAR THE WBTMOK2 TuUbS H. D. SPENCER, M. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sexton. Iowa. DR. MARGARET E. COLES, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon, Office and residence in Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. oak and elm for the dining room, •just its nice ae anyone could wish; also chairs for the drawing room in mahogany finish and mala chite green, trood thing to have and at prices ** 11-1 „ A. A n l!«>n +/-> Clll that will prove attractive who may need a. to all Good A truss embodying the sym- plicity and durability of all other TUSSCS, 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 E. S. CLASIER, D. D. S., SURGEON DENTIST. Office over the State Bank, AlBona, Iowa. chair, serviceable and strong. These goods are- made of material that is just as »ood for a Chair as any that can be- had. I want you to see these goods. You will do the rest yourself. A. M. COAN. Undertaking and Embalming. Don't buy any For sale and guaranteed by W. J. Studley, PHARMACIST, Boston Block, ALGONA, IA. DENTIST. A. L. RIST. D. D. S. Local anaesthetic 1 01 deadening pain in gums when extracting teeth. Fred Thorn, AT HOBART, IOWA, Gives as many pounds of sugar or a dollar as anybody, and sells all kinds of GROCERIES Iowa. Disappointments have'nt built up our growing trade —It's good quality, good taste, good variety, good workmanship, good trim mlngs, good treatment, That's our way! ' 6-^.^^y^J^ fe .Mf^i^^fer^fefej.y THE excellent crops this year have ] given an impetus to farming tba^bas not been experienced for some tune. Central Minnesota hau felt the effects I as much or more than any other sec-, tiou of the northwest, and hundreds of farmers have taken advantage of the | opportunity to secure some of the low- pHced but splendid lands being offered , lor sale by the Northern Pacific Bail- way company. Bee advertisement in another column.—28113 THE largest line of chamber Bets in I town at M. & Grove & Son's. We Buy watches, sell watches, and trade watches. Come io and see us. We may be the people you: 'sun EDERS. ^Mothers! T HE discomforts and dangers of child-birth can be almost en-j tirely avoided./ •\VineofCardur relieves expectant mothers. It gives toneto the genital organs, and puts them in condition to do their work perfectly. That makes pregnancy less painful, shortens labor and hastens recovery after child-birth. It helps a woman bear Btrong healthy children. has also brought happiness to thousands of ho&i* barren for years. A- few doses often brings joy to loving hearts that long for a darling baby. No woman should neglect to try it lor this trouble. It cures nine cases out of ten. All druggists sell Wine pf Cardui. f i.oo per bottle. FOr sdvlca In cases requiring- »pecl»l Jlrw*lon». vWlreBB. plvlne symptoms, .he "Ladles' Advisory Depurtment. The Chattant pooga, Ttnn. Don't Forget that we always have on hand al kinds of grain and ground feed bran, shorts, and oil meal at reasonable prices; also at right prices. We want a part of your trade, and will do the square thing by our customers at all times. Call and see if this is not so. North of railway track. FRED THORN. COA 1 DR. PRESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat ~«^ rkfieusosa. City. Xo-wra. ^SBjii? Operations performed. Diseases «ggggpr treated. Spectacles fitted. ^~WI11 be at Algona I of all kinds and grades. Goods j delivered to any part of the city. H. L. K1BALL. & N. W. Elevator. "All in favor of John Paul Lumber will signify it by holding up their hands!" The verdict upon the thorough goodness and reliability of the staunch stuff from this concern is unanimous—farmers prefer our lumber because the grades are superior and SHELLY & PETTIBONE, Head Stones, Monuments, . MARBLE 0T"See us belore you contract. UMBER-CO are sold at lowest prices, .nished quickly. Call and Icljims. Our Speciality tre Bills fur prove Cement. Stucco And '<~ I " ' ' ~t ' V" (j '„ ,'•• .1 Mi *C ' J , -* '

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