The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1896 · Page 1
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 27, 1896
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, , .' <- *f * "r ALQONA, IOWA, -wmMSPAY, MAY 27,.18g. E: ment MASONS TO MEET JTOtM. fheNotth Ceflttttl Association to Be fcnteftfcitted by the Itithtefi feofcie at That tittle, Lwgsfitef Corttfaet-Phii,.Hftiiflft Will Sell firtigs—Mi&eeiteftfttfus df the f oft Bdo*p ift t ed $2,000 on addobbt taiftea by reason 61 a ill This is to induce you to trade with us. Special inducements for cash. M. Z. Grove & Son's. About The North Central Masonip assocla* tion of Iowa will hold its annual meet* Ing In Ruthven on the 24th day of June, 1896. The Ruthven Masons have determined to make ,thls meeting one of the Masonic events of this portion of the state and to this end ask the co-operation of every lodge and every individual Mason in the district. Geo. W. Ball, G. M., Gov. Drake and other eminent speakers will be present on the occasion, and everything will be done bv the citizens and Masons of Ruthven to make it a day to be long remembered .The city will be decked in her best attire and each individual Mason and profane will be a special committee to make the sojourn pleasant. Ample railroad accommodations will be provided, both for arrivals and departures, so that all visitors will be sure of reach- Ing home in good season. Programs and time-cards of the running of trains will follow In a short time. The officers of the association are A. B. FunJIt of Spirit Lake, president; and W. k. Wilson of Ruthven, secretary. for Memorial Day. During 1895 the Iowa Grand Army suffered a loss of 695 members by death, discharge, transfer and suspension. The losses by death were 27fi. Ihe .«•• side' _ A BTbW Life at Hatnllh Garland, the noted author, is at work on ft ttegfaphy Graat to run in McCiare's Uftjrultte, a* Miss TafbetPs Lincoln has, It will ba the biography of the great gettef al, * Referred to Bfo, Cofdttc*' The ladies of the Congregational church at Hampton are i i ,,'W U/ r '!V>fu?W*&l •~ ?,~nrytJi** .':.V-"-:.o'.f 1 ^ receiving daily a nice lot of dhUl'Oh at Hampton are «™H»»"S " minstrel show that will be given to the public soon. . ..., Putting ill Steel Rftils. Seven or eight miles of new steel will be laid by the Northwestern this summer, between Eaglo Grove and Webster meiusBBD uj v»v,i*v« ----present membership In good stand ng workin Shirt Waists. Every lady knows what comfort tliere is in these cool, common-sense garments. The season is now at hand when you must have them. We have prepared for your wants and have Hundreds of Beauties for you to select from. Any price you want to pay, from 50c to $3.50. G. L. Galbraith & Co. Want a Bicycle? isl6,386. order Number of posts in working The highest membership for the year were $5,146.97", cash bal ,ance on'hand, $1,644.04.. A Big Beef Contract. Capt. Tyrrell of Belmond, a former hank stock owner in Algona, was a few days since awarded a good-sized govern- 0 hardin" grounds 100 miles distant and can tifeffie deliver without very heavv expense. It will require some 40 head per month and he gets th e contract at a rate that will allow him a good margin of profit. pull. Ilanna's Drug Store. An Eagle Grove correspondent to the LuVerne News comments on the trade by which Phil. C. Hanna gets the big drug store there and says: At first it caused considerable comment and con- sfderable surprise was expressed that the Rev. Hanna should go into the whisky business, but 'It isstated ia the newspapers that no whisky will be sola by the present management. Let us all hope that this is^true. The State Fair. The state fair comes this year Sept. 4.'] 1 At the last meeting of the directors of the state agricultural society it was decided to make a number of improvements on fair grounds, among Sh was to add 100 feet to power ball; ffild a brick reservoir on hiU east of PEB80NAL MOVEMENTS. Mrs. Thos. F. Cooke returns todoy from her Wisconsin visit. Mrs. Judge Cook is with her husband visiting during the term of court. Ohas. Smith h»s gone to Missouri for a visit with his uncle, E. B. Eddy. Will Galbraith is back from his school at Omaha for summer vacation. Mrs. Carrn Davenport has gone to Eldora for a two weeks'visit at homo. Mrs. Judge Quarton and Mrs. S. D. Drake were Chicago visitors a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cady came from Spencer for the opera and for a visit at home. Dr. L. A. Sheets went to Minneapolis yesterday afternoon to visit nis nephew, Harry, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Cow es and two youngest children are visiting in Des Moines till Friday. Rev. Miller went to Bradford, Ohio, Monday. He will return with Mrs. Miller and child, Friday. Mrs. J. J. Wilson returned Saturday morning from her winter in Florida and her visit in Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs. G. S. Foster went to Livermore to visit while he surveys some ditching there. They return to"judge Hiatt and Wesley Martin of Webster City, Judge Weaver of Eldora, and other legal lights are here to testify in the attorney fee case. Mrs. Dr. McCormack was called to Cazenovla, Minn., Friday to welcome a little granddaughter, who "as arrived at the home of her daughter, Ethel. Miss Wartman has accepted an invitation to sing at the North Central Masonic meeting at Ruthven, June At. This will prove one of the interesting features of the meeting. Fresh Vegetables, YOUR WIFE WANTS A HONlfi Stop Paying Rent. Buy a Farm. The land department of the Northern Pacific railroad will sell you Very Choice Farming Lands In Central Minnesota at $2.50 to $4 per acre. In Red River Valley at $4 to $8 per acre. C B Matson came from Rolla, Friday' for a few weeks' visit. He says corA is knee high there and the spring delightful. He has with him a Jot of samples of ores to be found about Rolla; and an inexhaustible supply of enthusiasm over his new home. Grant King left yesterday for his home in Kaslo, Britfsh Columbia, after a ten days' visit at home at David Kind's He has been gone nine years ta the mining regions of Montana, Idaho Washington, and is now in the ex- trome north. He likes the mining country. Samuel Mayne has been appointed a member of the examining committee at the Iowa City law commencement. He will go next Wednesday and be pres- three days deciding how many of i * 1.3 !-„..« aYtaa-nairi na. IVlP. same proportion. Why pay $3 per acre as RENT in ONE YEAR, when bypay- ing only feo in TEN YEARS you can OWN an acre of as GOOD FARMING LAND ? crops. For maps and publications write to O. "W- Qeneral Emigration Agent N. P. R. R, ST. PAUL, MINN. WM. H. PHIPPS, Land Commissioner. TOOK & CO, our sales solicitors, will furnish in*" v ~ / '-'-"- ** '. , ;_u:«^ *.« avommp Norths wnicn was iu auu ™» • i- , > t t j, ree days aeciamtf uuw w »..j -. iffiissars^lf M bs^ryfiffMi *™°™ » .. 7a... nnlnt, exoositlon hall, am »;"g"°,K"--—/^,,o,.fnn nnfl others. of wafer- 'paint exVosmo7 hall, P™Sers P and a number of other buildings, white. This Bents Bailey. The staid, distinguished, elderly, and truth-telling editors of the Boone Republican state that, a table leg to Mayne passed tne oruotw. """^" 1882 with Judge Quarton and others, Col. C. A. Clarke of Cedar Rapids Apply to them, personally The undersigned has opened a W Lh^£*£& opposite the Wigwam, and has bicycles «um rent, by the hour or day, up-to-date wheel, Plumbing and Gun Work. ?**r ^BB^' recognition of distinguished bravery on the field during the war. Col. Clarke at Brook's Ford took command of his in- by the neighborhood. Big Sro»sn at Last Saturday evening the big Coun- oilman warehouse at Ruthven, containing about 85,000 bushels of oats, col- and the oats were scattered in The Right Direction distinguished Antietam, »uu jjn3<*«»» .«..--—=• -•the Heights of St. Marye he was first to enter the works of the enemy. be medal, which is made of the , brpnw » , ,. able prices, All work warranted, ' ing, however, is a sorry wreck and have to be entirely rebuilt. coins, bears this h( . a A to Bvt. Lt. Col, C/nas, A. . S, Vols. for Gallantry at inside—that settles it—affects -..-— — can't help it. A new carload every few days in furniture. Come and let me show you. F, L, Parish. mt n About ,„„...• Wesley Reporter; An Algona youngster who has had his wits about him and his eyes open at church when ^°^SToT^ tt» when she was finding fault with tbe £^; "WQU-^^IJ^g inglYi you pan t expeov IWH^W »"*%« cent." tJ . i U %. A Wes. ing By , Convicted ol the supreme Court. ruling of the supreme court J-I v B. * wt»t. o -• . •• . Tuesday in the case of State of Iowa vs. Wesley WiUsey, who is wnder sentence Complete stock of Undertaking Goods, ^^•»••••••••^^••p OOUNTI BPITOBS TO MEET, AW Aggi-eBftMon of Talent to Descend on Wesley June 15. The county editors are to invade Wesley June 15, Editor MoMuUen has * . „., _ a _ ««^ c*A**traa the arrangements w notice to be on band U and serves before noon , The inside. jatest'noveltieg, TIB JfOR|HWE8TOT fcQW BATS TO DES On aecounl of the of the lam State. oiftUon the North' B»w,S.S*.%.5*ii55ra- t jSp* ' r^urnlng UBtU ,ftfii county to one year in the 4f NoPtbwestePft *U te?w October. This insures freedom fop four month? at reewlt in ft rewwl of , Mopdy, the greatest of the evangelists, will be at Dee Moiaes 10 and U tQ Stress the Great ejfiencse w WW»»»V'"B,«!,*'«»•* ifmanent pure,, wfl. tte X»iBWgas

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