The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1896 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 24, 1896
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1865, AMOKA 5 IOWA, W1BKESBAY, JUNE :^M NEWS Drink, SOttTHWEST Masons Have Their Bij? Meeting at Ettthven Today, 1? I'ogram of with a fine length, totae In width 4 with deck, pijdt house, etc., and will readily carry flft? passengers, It Is designed lot ple&suf e paHies and wilt, in ot-dlnafy stage bf wate»S make a six-ttlle trip as often as is desit'efl. Mr. Keistef has a fine park the boat runs to. Spirit Lake Chauwuquft—Cieaf Lake At- ttacttens—Great Bicycle Races— Miscellaneous Mention. The continued popularity of You need a a water set.. See that line of fancy new water sets at cents- for your choice, at M. Z. Grove & Son's. The Masons are at Buthven today to celebrate their annual district reunion. The following program contains a considerable sprinkling of Algona names: AMEBNOON PBOGBAM. Grand band concert. , „.,„„„ invocation . ..... Df . W. T. Jackson Reading journal of last meeting . . W. E. Wilson Music. *. ................. Algona Military B Address of Welcome ..... .••••••' H ft ?° « w Response ................. President A. B. F Violin Solo ..................... ^ lB » 8 ,°U A ' 8 nMi Address ......................... G- M., Geo. Ball Vocal Solo . . . I ................ Zoa B. Wartman Election of omcers. , tt . Music ......................... ....Spencer Band EVENING fenOORAM. Band concert from 7 !30 to 8 o'clock. „ Music .................... Buthven Cornet Band Band wTEiI Funk The WhittfcttUH-e Milk _ The success of the patent skita taitk weigher Invented by Qeo* Hatttta ahd T. A. Swanson of Whittemore is so great that they are arranging for the manufacture in Chicago. The machine works on the nlckle-lti4he-slot plan. Each patron gets a thin strip whose length indicates his share of skim milk. He inserts this strip and the milk flows out In accordance with the length of the strip. Tramped by a Horse. Last Wednesday Mrs. N. Wagner of Whittemore went to the barn to gather eggs from a manner. In passing the horses one of them kicked her on the forehead fracturing the skull. She fell between the horses and one of them tramped on .her chest breaking several ribs. TBI/BFHONB 19. About Shirt Waists. Every lady knows what comfort there 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 ypu to select from. Any price you want to pay, from 50c to $3,50. G. L. Galbraith & Co. Want a Bicycle? Recitation..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'..'....• .Avis Ore Violin Solo........ Miss Vocal Solo '••;"»"«' •SuC.Tv; Recitation Mrs. L. C. BUvln Baritone Solo Hugh B. Smith Music Kmnietsburg Male Quartette Recitation Maud Palmer Vocal Solo.. ZoaB. Wartman Music.7. Cornet Band Great Bicycle Races. With good weather Cedar Rapids will entertain an enormous crowd July 3 and 4. The state races of the League of American Wheelmen on the new track—one of the best in the world- will bo participated in by the fastest professionals and amateurs in the country. There is but one other race meet in the west on those days, and Cedar Rapids will get half, if not more of the fast riders, attracted by the large prizes offered. All the fast amateur riders of the state will be there. So will Nicollet, the most expert trick and fancy rider in the world, who will give an exhibition both days with his famous "giraffe" wheel. "Baby" Bliss, who weighs 502 pounds, and is the heaviest rider in the world, will also give exhibitions, and little Annie Brain of Des Moines, who is only three years of age, and who looks like a doll on her little wheel, will ride an exhibition half-mile each day. The evening of July 4 will be glorious with the grandest display of Pain's fireworks- over $1,000 worth—ever seen in Iowa. Both days will be- devoted to grand celebrations, with picnic dinners at Midway park and other amusements. Excursion rates and special trains will enable all to come and accept of the invitation which is extended by the citizens of Cedar Rapids. Dolllver 1 VB. Congressman W. J. Bryan of Nebraska was engaged to deliver a free silver speech in Fort Dodge June 23, the Post says. An effort was made to arrange a joint debate between Bryan and Dolliver but it did not succeed. , Forest City Holds Its Own. Winnebago county has decided to leave the county seat at Forest City, but an offer of $20,000 for a now court house was the price. Lake Mills made an offer. The September Attraction. The date of the Kossuth county fair is Sept. 16,17 and 18. Paste this date In your hat, for the fair is going to bo a good one. ___^_ AMONG THE ADVERTISERS. Bradley & Nicoulin want 100 horses. Dr. Lacy has sold his LuVerne drug store. Groves have water sets down to 09 cents. • Langdon & Hudson advertise White Swan flour. As has been said before Algona is Means there is great merit in it, Try it and, be convinced. Langdon & Hudson. TBL/EFHONB NO. IS. Clearing Sale.. The undersigned has opened a Bicycle Livery in Algona, opposite the Wigwam, and has bicycles and a tandem for ^a^Ml&AX bicycle, an up-date wheel as good Is there is in the market If you want a wheel come anl see me. Will do all kinds of wheel repairing, also Plumbing and Gun Work, I am here to supply your wants, and will do so at reasonable prices, All work warranted. F. L, Parish. The Spirit Lake Cliautnuaua. The Spirit Lake Chautauqua Herald is out, and a copy received at this office shows that the entertainments prepared for the summer Chautauqua meeting are superior in every respect to those of any of the former three meetings. The list of speakers is stronger than ever. Dr. Gunsaulus, Gen. Gordon, Booker T. Washington, Dolliver, Robert Mclntyre, Bishop Fowler, Father Cleary and other brilliant orators are engaged. The Ottumwa Male quartet and the Sappho Lady quartet are fine musical combinations. Genevieve Clarke Wilson is the finest singer ever heard in northwest Iowa, and Misses May Carter and .Edith Carpenter are fine soloists. Other musical features of importance are listed. Frank R. Roberson will present the finest stereopticon lectures ever given in this section. The presence of Miss Kate Kimball for five days will delight all Chautauquans. The presentation of the cantata of "Queen Esther" at the close will be the grandest musical entertainment ever known within this range, These are only a few of the features of this remarkable program. Be sure and get a copy of the Chautauqua Herald. ' Clear l,aUe Attractions The following attractions have been AD 11(3,0 Ml^W* *j«i*.w «^-~ - — 0 the place to buy clothing, or rather to get it for nothing. Frank Parish is busy these days taking out beginners on his tandem. It is an easy way to learn to ride. The Wigwam has sold five threshing machine outfits already. Evidently someone has faith in the grain crop. James Taylor's fine shoes at. the prices he puts on them have had a great run. lie makes a leader of late style shoes. Tbe Daugherty-Brunson drug store will open in style next Monday. The Gazette says the Algona band will play for them all afternoon. During the month of June we will chamber suits and parlor goods at Greatly Reduced Rates. We have a large stock on hand, and to diminish we offer special inducements for June only. sell this Complete stock of Undertaking Goods. u WHY A L Goddard is agent for a life of McKinley. It is not a cheap book, but is written by Robt. P. Porter, chief of the last national census bureau, and a well known author. With every dollar's worth of goods bought at Doxsee's in June and July the purchaser gets a ticket which entitles him to a chance on a Crescent bicycle. Read the announcement. The Kraft Clothing company begin this week a general clearing sale of soring and summer clothing. They tell all about it elsewhere.. They are going to got ready for their big fal stock. The summer school at the normal be gins June 80. In addition to all the common branches, including civic and economics, there will be classes in algebra, bookkeeping, primary meth " drawing. ZEBen-t fox Otl^exs 1 ? The land department of the Northern Pacific railroad •will sell you Very Choice Farming Lands! In Central Minnesota In Red River Valley ' The TERMS TO ACTUAL SETTLERS; TEN YEARS' TiME-One-tenth cash; balance in ten equal annual installments at SIX per cent acres from $40 to $128. interest. Yearly payment on 160 W. E. Brown is talking of startinj a periodical in Algona devoted to rail roading. He is a trained civil enginee has had practical experience as an and says there is a field lor the a paper he contemplates These lands are either level and rolling prairie ; lightly and, vil timbered, or rich upland, containing numerous spring-bed The John Grove Land company has fitted up some handsome offices in the _. „ .Boston block and is already doing a arranged for at Clear Lake Park: good business, The firm is made up of hy Sam Jones, June 28; annual | pushers i^Jj^SnSajfS'SS! ,.„„-... i list to meet the wants of everybody. ioal association,. July 16,16 and HjjW' | T hey have a big list ol lands here and heavily timbered, nual rally of State Epworth league, e i 8e where. In spite of hard times Kos July 18 to 22; Bishop Fowler will ieot ure Saturday, July 18, and pi^ach in the afternoon o Sunday, July Mj Meet. Veal v estaiie"£as"held"it8 own and SM ».ad in value, and is today the beet Investment there is for money. It will ff .~ . i • il__ .«.• A£ n tn tyl liOj. u\j\j*+ u» Kjv»w**My i ** ""^ -"7 - T — ' i luycbuluoii u uuo* w *» *w* •*•—«—,/ - --* • •-.-- ing of the Austin Flint Medical society, put ftn ybody in the way of a bargain to July 81 and 22; Iowa state oaropmeet- *•>, at ro0 ms 4 and 5, Boston block, ing; July 23 to SO; lecture by General Soin.!STu^£STed to dtvenilficd forming; a general failure of crops being practically unknown. For maps and publications write to O« "W" m :&/CQT1% General Emigration Agent N. P, K -H., ST, PAUL, MINN. , WM, ff, PHIPPS, Land Commissioner, COOK & CO., our sales solicitors, will furnish jn- spective buyers wishing to examine North- applications for their purchase, or by letter, at Algona, Iowa, Oaks, Clear Lake Park, Clear Lake, U VBng eU8t Cpr4»er la., now opep under the management of J. J, MoAvoy, late of the dining oar oe ment of the Chicago, Milwaukee & it. Paul railroad. Rates, $2.00 ' AT IRVINGTON, IOWA. per |17 poiurito grauulated sugp for. L8 pounds Empire to© ^ugar for r§am Y. A. obeas©, per per to $5,50 1,00 1,00 guccess-Ono ........... Various reports give evidence of reat revival at Buffalo Center b: BP, jraui VB.WWU, 4.KWCO, tv.wv ,-r» I Evangelist Cordner. At tn,e close of J< day. Special rates by week or wonth. f | 350 Wft8 g lve n .to .pay. expense^ Ainsworth's orchestra engaged for the ^ J50 oonYev ^, nn» nj-in tt ¥ t V» a f^ft IffA ll l__ n n fi v*r\ VI season at the-Qake. The Bancroft Regiete? reports; It, p. Bey^gren and family, new City, had a. narrow escape Ja§t day, Mr. Eergfren had bought chunk of 4riea beef while in town, §_, he and several membersi of the fawily bad eaten sowe Q it, Tbe — ~— pay ..taking in the" ieft'din business and professional wen, ha been enrolled, A tent ooiaing w people WS useft fop the meetings, on of which is thus described by a write in the Forest City Summit: One nigh will not ewily be forgotten, A gooc auaiencehadgatherelinthe tent &nd - ' Mr,.OprdnwH^^lf !¥ e rn Pacific Sidewalk, Paving, and Building •.... * i pram Tile, 8©wsr Bp©, Stem©, Fsuoe Posts, "Woven Feaoiag, Felt Booftug* BRICK, J.B.&GJ. t ' • \ A - t , ' ' t , j All Hinds of The,§e are a f<aw aftd Wagon it9^. msoy things you ?an %& of J, A. Hamilton 1 Ca '«?! km . ,-('*• i j«,ft ;,-B ' V l $ *'J <li£j m •i.«a Uit

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