The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1896 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 20, 1896
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People Begin to Realize ' that The Wigwam has now in stock the largest and finest sortment of Carriages ever shawn in this part of the country, Everything in the v* hide line, from a farm wagon to a two^wheel cart, top buggies, road wagons, phaetofls, and surreys, ttfttftitt Aitettd tte state Our No. 1082 This is Top Buggy. It is made especially for this" country. It is neat and strong. Has a genuine Columbus wheel, trimmed in any style you like, and is sold at a price within the reach of all. Our No. 654 End Spring Surrey, ssmJ This vehicle is becoming immensely popular wherever it is introduced. It has all the points of excellence of a high-grade surrey and is sold at a remarkably low price. It can be furnished with either canopy or extension top. The democrats met Wedft68ua# named delegates to the &•"««-« Vetttton, which la being, .—- .There Wft8 no COtitefil 6v6* f»v6f, It WAS conceded that <3ov> Bdies would i have a delegation, and the fold deWO* 1 crats failed to show up either in <Sau- CU809 ot- convention, 0. L. LuBd w&s put forward M candidate for delegate from the Tenth district to.the Chicago national convention, and he WAs allowed to name the delegates. He selected Jas. Taylor, A, H, Dorweller, Jas. Sheridan, O. W, -MoMurray, L, V, Hamby, C. 0. Thompson, J. J' wyan, C. L. Lund. ' T The convention chose alternates. J. B. Hoflus, C. IL Stolte, L. 0, Smith, *Srms3&& ward, A. Rutherford Jr.', Third wuia, W D Nugent: Fourth ward. J. L. Boi, SSS M'. J.Walsh;, Buffa oj, J. A Cunningham; Cresco, L. Witiam, FenYon, L.J. . Nerfell; GreenwoodC. O Thompson; German, P. E. Jonnsion. Pn,.fifild Henry Bell; Oermanla, W. IBH^r.«°3: tLQurOiM /Viuui u •j-'e 1- tyfiAfun-* T,f»n- T LloVd; Letts Creek, F.MiuuEv^ 6 " Riverdale Geo. Stewart; Seneca. John Young Man is a living example of ^faftf« u* apc«tiifitished bv .eersisti is a living fexaffiple of be tceowptished by ., use of the right kifid r ----His mother began right when she went to hbusekeepmg by securing a sack of the Wilson Mills &w N4I-, i?-. 1 **'? It' &KX« fj r f>ar'.t^ ,» t, J* Js/tiS • •#&» flourhe used. can do the same MILLET AND FLAX SEED-Pie»ty ol .it now,' on hand, For sale at the old stand by Letiette W. Butler, Administrator J, J. Wilson estate. - d/v, StoUeT Union, John Kennedy; Wesley, Guy M.' Butts; Whittemore, T...H. Don't $lfor L Lund and Jas. Taylor went to .t 0 nine gold »», an'inferior Screen Door when we trifl sell you the bestpMn door in the market, W thro* m *P*r of spAff hinges for th.t price. Wa.v is * good tone to screen your windows, before The other delegates left . BOIES GETS IOWA. Monday . had selected dele- iThe Flies -«*;' WilMd P. Jones. WILL GALBSAITH IN OMAHA. Our Algona «oy TaKes Part in a School Drama WitH Great Credit. Will Galbraith'a many frlenas will be interested in the following item taken from the Omaha Bee: The students of Creighton university who have dramatic ambitions gave a creditable performance of Sheridan's "The'Critic" in the pretty theater hall in the university building last night. Unfortunately the boisterous and wet weather was not calculated to bring people out of their homes, but nevertheless the presentation was witnessed by a very fair sized audience when the oondltlonB are oon- sidered, and it was by no means caary OI «±'r b . ey o3y a TV" Kair^f^ss^.. action and speech, which were in_ tne majority of cases brought out cleverly. The principal part was th « «^fPT- remainder of this portion of the cast. The eptire second wt of ?°W£ scenes was occupied with the «™^^ imbue his hirelings with hjsidea w the various parts of his P'°g° uc °^ tllcn8 o u i - Methodist church and oonBiders this about central, cornering on two main streets Contractors are expected to have their bids In on the. new boose June 10, and work will begin at once. EEV. STEVENS' NUPTIALS. nominated. _ _ A FINE and complete line of extracts at Grove & Son's. Inc by Rev. Sinclair. Saturday evening Lawyer McEnroe of Whittemore and Miss Bessie Dodge of Algona were united in marriage by Bev, Sinclair. The bride is the youngest daughter of Captain and Mrs. D. D. rwio-A and a very handsome ana at- * WBAPPEBS-Good, strongly made -' v. The Rochester, Minn., Papers Give Full Accounts of His WeddlnR. The marriage of Bev. Stevens and Miss Waters is reported in the Rochester Daily Bulletin, which says: "Rev. Almon O. Stevens of this city, and Miss Laura B. Waters were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Waters, in Columbia, Mo The wedding was a very quiet one none but relatives and intimate friends of the family being present. The ceremony was performed by Rev. S F. Taylor, D. D., the president of Stephens college at Columbia. After receiving the congratulations of the guests, Mr. and Mrs. Stevens departed at once for the new home at Rochester. They arrived on the 7:30 train last evening, and will be the guests of Mr, and Mrs. T. W. Stebbins until the re- rmira on the parsonage are finished, Rev Mr Stevens was called to be the the First Baptist church in come Drop us a line and we will call • any where m the city, take the measure and put up your screens., Wire cloth was never cheaper— so cheap you cant afford to use anything else— or be troubled with nies by going without. C. M. DOXSE&, goed Flax. Cleaned from foul seed, $1.10 per bu. For sale at the J. J. Wilson_elevator. Money. NSURANGE. Fanners' of Cedar Rapids, *i-»t. n.n«\4u- f\f T.Tnf+'.f rrt»fl. Also Land, Loan and Collection Business, Offlce over Algona State Bank. Kooltfora ol KooUford, Lloya's Plate Glass of New Yoric, United States Life of New Vorlc, GEO. M. BAILEY. I-arni I,oan8 at 0 per Cent . Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for oo . Pasture Notice. My pastm-e northwest of town^ow ready for horses. M. B^OHAJ^S. OOAST. COMB »nd see what we our enoourageroeut, M. Son. , — cap B cooler for floor covering for Cheap as the cheapest carpet, w;W half the trouble and dust, we f friinm Have » Reunion A Number of Them uovo » at LOB Angeles. Willis Hallook writes from Riverside and encloses a note of interest ° many here. He says: During fiesta week (April 21-25) we were in Los An- this part of California, tenaei-ea the Happy St'S JW* to' A'" S s£veo. bride Rev, and Mrs, A, O. btevens, The decorations of the rooms were very , H E.Ristwentto Minneapolis Friday 'for a few days' visit. Miss Hughson will visit her sister, Mrs S. S. Sessions, several weeks. j'j Ryan was over at Sheldon and LeMars on land business Monday, j W. and Henry Wads worth are enjoying a visiUrom their parents, who came from Wisconsin'last vveek. Mr and Mrs. H, F. Watson came BateriES^accompanied by Mrs, Lura Poroel-ine and two little children. Seed THE QITY i TRY o\jr " Boyal Blue" co«ee, put up P $eh»P <?«» {&K n o?&° Tw^fpuVlB -Feet to graduate. . b een. ma( j e to jy, of Stevens and wife. A very p-o™ was rendered by Rochester^ best talent, Miss Pearl Ingleby told about the stage struck girl in such a Krai and easy manner that she won the merited plaudits o many present. Mvs Dr Ke also rendered a solo in » very pleasing manner, The choir sang several selections of »°/ e ^ n ° r ' dSfry exoellepoe, Very delectable refreshments were ministered to the pal- all Nothing that the ^os Rev Sinclair went to Davenport Monday to attend the state convention of Congregational churches, and will be absent during the week, Miss Birdie Hotelling is kept at Wh tepfore this week by her father's sudden death, Miss Mavy Jordan takes her room In the public schools. .Mrs, Edith Clarke Williams, who o- bottle at L. A, Sheets' drug store. MARVELOUS RESULTS, Prom a letter written by Rev, J. - terraption and it seemed us if she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. Kins's New Discovery ; it was quick in its woil and highly satisfactory in its results." T°ia bottKeeatDv.Shoeta' drug store. Regular, size 50o. and $1.00. 1 BUCKLEN'S ARNICA. SALVE, The best salve iu the world for bruises, So P t satisfaction or money ref uf ed price g5o a box. Bold by £•• A. neetz. Real Estate Mortgages, Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, Leases, Cash or Share Rent, Real Estate Contraqts, Bill of Sale, Chattel Mortgages, Satisfaction of Mortgage, Grass Leases, % ' Notes, full stock of these ax£ liept constantly o* land and for sale by tftocUww, hundred, ot in arger quantities, at J , The Upper Des Moines HEWS, BOOK, AND JOB PRINTING HOUSE, _AUGQNA, IOWA- - all, R9Y, Stevens an4 wife north to meet her husDana fiuiw»,y. Her roother is much improved In health on account of her visit. Mr and Mrs. W, H- Inghatn and son, Fred" returned from their western trip Wednesday, They have had an en- Kle viBlt, although the rain followed them around aH the way. Hon J. L, Karorar of Webster City wfito'tovm between trains l^t week "- ia verv much interested in Judge sv's candidacy fov the supreme „._ .. and ie doing missionary work for W Judge Q^arton, Geo, E. Clarke »p|< J W Wftdswovth went to Spirit Lake Monday tci SS It iP expected when {ft?**T?ir^ Y9 a viilt from the n&' Head Stones Monuments, before you contract. The State Uni .- -,U| W. v$ ! '"-u^ : OF • *' —g^^^u.t.. ."."7*7... nt the "F»«^»«fflA'»*

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