The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 19, 1895 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED ALGOKA, IOWA,'WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, Now You .Want I I i Lemonade. Buy the Lemons, the Sugar, and the Glasses at the Opera House Grocery. At the $1 Shoe Sale Fair Store. As we placed orders in the factories for a large quantity -of shoes of all kinds when the shoe market had reached the lowest point that has ever been known, and before the sudden advance in leather which has caused the big advauce in ishoes, it places us in position to sell shoes at retail at what is now the wholesale price. As we are a little short of room for our big stock we have put part of the stock in the Fair Store, and will close out all of the stock that we have—only a few pair of a kind—regardless of cost. Shoes for 7Sc worth $1.00 to $1.25 Shoes for $1.00 worth 1.50 to 2.50 • Shoes for 1.50 worth 2.50 to 4.00 NOTED MEN ON THE LIST, The Program for the Chatttatiqua Sea* sdii Promises Much that Will Be Interesting, A Hasty Wedding at Spefteef—A Sum- Resort Gone Dty—titetietal Northwest G. L Galbraith •& Co. DON'T Buy Worthless Goods. BUT GO TO- Brownell & Allred's For Your Boots and Shoes and you will always made, and the most get the best goods For your money. . . Brownell & Allred Cash Shoe House, ALOONA, IOWA. The excursion season is at hand and glowing advertisements are being sent out by the Spirit Lake people of their big Chautauqua season, to begin July 10. The Chautauqua Herald, containing 1 daily program 1 and general information, is at hand. Among the attractions enumerated are Rev. Sam Jones, who is to lecture July 13 and preach July 14;"Hon, J. P. Dolliver, July 10; Young People's day, July 17; Bishop Fowler, July 18 and 19; Gen. John B. Gordon, Veteran's day, Juty 22; T2douard Remenyi, July 23 and s 24; Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, July 25. The Harvard Male quartette of Boston will sing every day from July 10 to 23, and several fine soloists will be heard at frequent intervals. Such entertainers as Prof. R. L. Cumnock, Fred Emerson Brooks and James S. Burdette are mentioned among the talent, which embraces many other well-known lecturers, singers, and entertainers. The numerous educational departments are presided over by competent specialists. Two great meetings are held daily, and a season ticket, admitting to everything costs only $3. The railroads will sell cheap excursion tickets. The Herald, fully illustrated and full of information, will be sent to anybody who will address E. 0. Whalen at Spirit Lake. For a cheap but entertaining outing nothing begins to equal this course of lectures and musical entertainments at Spirit Lake for people in Kossuth county. One Unpopular Corn Field. Four or five years ago one of the handsomest summer resorts in Iowa was at Twin Lakes, in Calhoun county, where the pleasure seekers were found by the hundreds during the summer months. So popular did these lakes become that a company was organized and u very large hotel erected which cost in the neighborhood of $10,000 or $12,000. There was also erected a boat house and a toboggan slide and thousands of trees planted. Now the lakes have dried up so that the little water left is three quarters of a mile from the hotel, and the Pocahontas Record says a squatter has planted the intervening ground to corn. He has no claim to the land but neither has the hotel company, and an interesting law suit is on. _____ Multlng a Sure Thine of It. A Milford young man and a girl from Okoboji eloped together, last Saturday morniug very early, and came to Spencer. The Reporter says: They were overtaken on north Main street at 3 o'clock a. m. by the girl's brother mounted on a bicycle, who compelled them, at the muzzle of a revolver, to agree to get married as soon as a license and a minister could be obtained, after which they adjourned to a hotel, the brother staying right by the couple until the ceremony was performed, when he mounted his wheel and departed with the air of a man who feels that he has done his duty, his whole duty and nothing but his duty to himself and everyone- concerned.. _____ Great Crowds Coming from the West. Emmetsburg Democrat: Algona is to have a mammoth celebration . the Fourth of July, Victor B. DolUver, brother of Congressman Dolliver, will deliver the oration. The Iowa Juvenile band of this city hue been engaged to furnish the music and will be assisted by the Algona and Burt bands. A large amount of money has been raised for the undertaking and the biggest celebration ever held in this part of the state is promised. The hiring of the Emmetsburg band will doubtless draw large delegations from this city and the eastern part of the county, CORSETS. a The place to buy the best summer . Corset is at Irvington, Per pair 48c Towels, i§c a pair; hosiery, Ask to see Jron*cjad Hosiery up, at upport Home Interests. I will sell you better flour than any store to and for less money. Is it not rigfct A Close Call. The Elmore Eye tells this story; Our honorable citizen George Washington Pangburn bad a narrow escape from death, and only the timely giving away Pf bis suspenders saved him. While on the Jakes flgbJng with a party, including wife, and family, the pther day, bis hook oarae in contact with a fish which, according to George's story, was between four and flvefeet Jong and weighed between ten. and twelve pounds, when a desperate struggle ensued. With the assistance of those on board and giving away of aforesaid suspenders be succeeded in getting the heretofore mentioned fleh into the boat, ^__ The QfcQboJl M9»urne&t. Tbe unveiling of the monument in memory of the Spirit L,ake njassagre will occur July g§, next. The goverser pf the state will be there, and Charles E, Freero&n of St. Pftu.J, wjio plaaset the' reeoue of Mre, Afcl?je and cut hef throat. Had it not been for the hole through the spool, which she utilized as a windpipe Until her throat healed up, the poor cow Would have died. ^___ lifts a College to sell. Sioux City Journals The directors of the University of -the. Northwest, after a long session, appointed President Carr, H. L. Warner, A. M. Jack" son and P. A. Sawyer a committee to confer with A. F. Call, who represents the present owners of the university property, and pfesent to him a proposition for buying it outright. Plain ns the Noso on One's Face. Bancroft Register: That Kossuth county needs a new jail was again evidenced last Sunday forenoon when Ward, the Wesley burglar, tunneled through two walls and left for parts unknown to our officials. Indlmi Relics tfetir Swea City. W. H. Campbell is finding war clubs, corn grinders, and other Indian remains on his farm. The Herald says they are on display at Swea City. father Smith's Jubilee. June 10 Father J. J. Smith, the well known Erametsburg priest, celebrates his silver jubilee, the twenty-fifth year of his priesthood. Boouo Is a C'lty of Over 8,000. Boone gained 2,310 people since 1800. That is, about the population of Algona, Spencer, etc. ' MABBIED IN OHTJBOH» '•' Will Lacy'and Miss Carrie Johnson Joined at the Baptist Church- Miss Edith Clarke's Nuptials Occur Today. The wedding of Will Lacy and Miss Carrie Johnson was attended by a gathering of friends which filled the Baptist church Wednesday evening. The room had been handsomely decorated and the ceremony was attractive throughout. The bride came down the aisle with her father, escorted by Misses Gertrude Van Epps, Maud Cowan, Ethel Whitman, and Jessie Johnson as maids of honor, her mother walking behind with the bridesmaid, Miss Lillian Howard. In the other aisle the groom walked with the groomsman, Milo Chapin, followed by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lacy, and escorted by the following ushers, J. M. Sohleicher, John Walker, Ghas. Johnson, and G. F. Peek. The ceremony was impressive, Rev. Stevens conducting. At the close the flower girls, Beatrice Doxsee and Lucy Evans, wbo had preceded the bride to the altar, preceded the bridal pair to the door, and the invited guests followed to the home where a reception with elaborate refreshments was given. After viewing the handsome presents and extending congratulations the guests retired, and the happy pair went to their new home, the H. J. Winkle bouse on Call street, lately bought by Mr. Lacy. There, the best wishes of many friends go with them. MISS EDITH CLARKE'S NUPTIALS, Today at 3 o'clock Rev. Davidson performs the ceremony which unites Miss Edith Clarke and Franklin Leslie Williams in marriage. The ceremony will be plain and a large number of friends will be present to congratulate. The bridal pair take the 6 o'clock Milwaukee train for Minneapolis.. The groom arrived in Algona Saturday and his parents came yesterday. Tbe latter will visit in Algona some. days. Mr, Williams is a grain dealer with large interests in his home city, Erie, Pa., and also in Minneapolis and in North Dakota, In Miss Clarke he secures a bride well fitted to grace her new home and to take a high place in social circles. It will gratify her many friends in Algona, where her life has been spent, to know that in Mr. Williams she secures a successful business man of ample means and uneoeptionable character. CUBE FOB HEAPAOHE, . As a remedy for all forms of headache Eleotrlo Bitters has proved to be tbe very best. It effects a permanent cure, and the most dreaded habitual sioli headaches yield to its influence, We urge all who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give this remedy a trial, In cases of habitual constipation Electric Bitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels, and few oases long resist the use of this medicine, Try it once, Large bottles only 60 cents at L. A, Sheetz' drug store, 8 This is what we all hope to do, gentle showers* pleasant weather, one feeling good, By the way, you to eat Please remember that we large and complete line of Groceries Both staple and fancy. Call and see us. You will find our prices right and goods right '-- - ' Langdon &* HudsonS How to Make $1.00 AND ALSO- See the Derby Racei I T will cost you One dollar to put your team,out down townV'J during the Fourth. I charge you 25 cents admission 'to ;X t ? the race grounds, (children .under 12 go in free), arid,I make no charge for teams. Those wishing to- put'out their teams during, the forenoon can come' to the-fair^ grounds and pay their 25 cents, which entitles, them Wa>^| return check to the races after dinner. This will giye,'V(f them an opportunity to see both the celebration and the; :y|| races for the admission price to the grounds, thereby^: 1 saving the dollar they would otherwise pay for. stables room during the day. ' v '• Elegant Picnic Grounds are provided free of charge for all who want to lunch at the race grounds. If anybody can make money f aster than this and have lots of fun thrown in, I don't know how they can do it. Sole Manager of Track and Race Grounds. Boots and Shoes HAVE ADVANCED. > . . .. But we are selling them, cheaper than ever before, Look at our $4 Men's Shoe; We have the best $3 Ladies' Shoe in the city. * t High Shoes, Low Shoes, Tan Shoes, and Black Shoes, at prices that will meet all competition. Yours for business, B. H. ANDERSON. Z e ana sav© your .w THE BI80QVEBY SAVED BJS Mr, G, Cailleuette, druggist, Beavers- ville, 111., says; "To Pr, King's New Discovery I owe my life. Was tafeen with J^a Grippe and tried all the physicians for miles about, tout of no avail and was given up and told J oould not live. Having Pr, King's New Discovery in iny store I sent for a bottle and began its use and froin tbe flrst dose degau to get better, and after using three bottles was up end about again, It IB worth its weight in gold. We won't keep store pr house without it." Get a free trial at Pr, l>. A. Sheets' drug store, 8 ABNJCA 64J.VE, The best salve iu the world for bru.is es, outs, sores, ujeen . sali* rheum, feyer s,o,r tetter, chapped hao4s 4 chilblains, yovwn V^Wffv» «t«»«>«(»l vw**«'.tl»»»t* 1 ) vy»^»M w»» all sidn eruptions, and positively cures piles. . National jsauc§ti9pfti meeting, to be fceld at Penygy, ft* QWeftgQ, Look fqr It Don't Miss to Try It, Everyone Speaks Well of It. What is It? A choice assortment of the finest , , , , , ^^HH^^ ^p ^w w * wtes^* ijfHfi^MVp Ever brought to Algona, WHO SELLS IT ? IAMBS PAWWBBOIfi

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