The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1897 · Page 1
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ESTABLISHED 1865. "CAMEO" Is the brand of Canned Goods to buy. TOL, :O3td~NO. 37, V&a , PECEMBEH i t i TRIBUTE TO DOLLIVER, FAMED FOE HIS WITTY EPIGRAMS, A IMeaulusr Sketch of the Mnn i nepresents the Tenth Iow« District In Under the heading, "One of the Brightest Men in Congress," the Illus trated American says: With the exception of the speaker, no man in congress is more famed for his wit- to epigrams and bright comparisons than fnnnfhnn TV T>nlliV6r. nations. At the door helmetted Knights directed to the dressing rooms. The music was very fine. The dancers crowded the floor in the earlier even* ins Towards the morning hours tne waltzershad it more to themselves. Happy faces, handsome costumes, mlrttt and friendly greetings were the order of the evening. . This Is the opening of a series of annual Thanksgiving balls that the Knights are planning to give. They expect each year to celebrate with their friends. They now number 62 active members among Algona s best young men, and have all the applicants, pagef and esquires they find time to " 8 " .1.. .!„ ...ItV. WnlerVit.lV trap- If you are looking hewhoscro the attitude of the democrats on the tariff question as that of men ''emptying hard coal ashes in a high wind, with their eyes shut and their " Fancy Goods, Lamps, SOLD ONLY BY «'' hosaid on another occa- "treat their conscience like the stock M. Z. Grove & Son. 102 E. State St. TELEPHONE 19. Galbraith's ^aseasy'toflttlio hundred-headed dog of the ancient f able with a straw hat as to put an mtelligible tariff platform under thefeet of the democratic party." And it was he who first characterized Major McKinley as " the advance agent of prosperity.' But Mr. Dolliver is more than a humo 1st. His speeches are noted foi their breadth and thoroughness as well as for their striking interest. He has spoken in nearly every large city in the country. AmouK his most noted addresses were those attho McKlnloy banquet in Madison Square Garden in 1890, at the Lincoln dinner of me republlcanclubin New York, before the Boston Merchants' association and to the veterans on Memorial dayatGettys- ^ttt^^mSr forty, he has been within the last ten years throe times chairman of the republican state convention of fowa; and the speeches that he has made in nonRross would fill a large book. There was a time in Line oi Table Linen now He had been graduated in 1875 from ^University of West Vlrglnia-of wh ch institution, by the way, he recent y declined im invitation to become president. Ho tound «Absolutely impossible tc, geta place t« narn a livinK, even at manual laoor. Timcrwerehafdin his native state, and he did not seem to at in anywhere. He ac- rlv nushed westward and taugnt one winter in the country e» fciiuj «iiv* «.—equip with knightly trap- plngsand drill in ^'^yy,. 0011 ^, 6 Along with their sterner duties they cultivate a love for the lighter social gayetlos, and these annual balls are to be the outward visible sign to the public of their success. May the K.. f a, continue to flourish. THINGS TO BEMEMBER. Copoland tomorrow evening. Doxseohas some handsome cutlery for the holidays. Walker Bros, arc making a specialty of plain and painted china for the holidays. Algona markets are oats 17 cents, wheat 10@80, corn 10, flax 00@93, barley 17. Regular meeting of Prudence lodge Thursday evening, Dec. 1. Election of officers. ,11 James Patterson has a handsome hoi- IdayTamp for $1.50, and a store full of goods at like prices. The turkey crop is poor. The wet weather killed the early birds. Ihe late ones are not yet fat. Election of officers of A. O.U.W. lodge next Tuesday evening. ARniem- ben requested to bo present. Lodge opens at 7:80. Goeders is going to celebrate the rnSh of December^ giving two va ; uable prizes. It will pay to read his announcement. Toilet Sets, Water Sets, or Bric-a-brac, and do not see our line you will miss seeing the largest and most complete line in town. Langdon & Hudson. TELEPHONE NO. 16. Tho program at the W. L. A. S. Friday will be a paper on "Modern Hoilo^d and Belgium." Current news, Mrs. L. L. Dodge. Is very desirable on some occasions, but. when the turkey is the subject and Thanksgiving is the occasion you feel better satisfied if the roasting is done ' :n Our We Always Have Bargains in Dry Goods and nice things tor the ladies. G. L. Galbraith & Go. practice preparatory to coming to congress ^mfancestors were Now Engenders, and so famous as sailors and fishermen » *e nninninl davs that a headland of the n,ssex coast ofMWchusetts is still known as Driver's neck. This geographical name furSd mu ch diversion for his Demies in 1804 Durintra severe storm that year some vesselB sanded on the headland; and SnTthTt^ SJi^w"^»Mrws ^SHs M %rASS? "weft SSnac^s^-s of thing was getting very^common among 8 Mr 8 Dolliver's father, who Is now eighty- Some handsome wedge «°° d J fancy jardinieres, and all kln «* f china and crockery are Grove's contribution to the holiday stock. ;Do sro-u. want a F AND HOM WHERE you can engage I. diversined farming and not be depend. W ent on any one part.cu ar crop ^ ^ perfect|y hea , thy , THTTT"c*'o T? •frV\f* plinri3Lt6 is ircc i* ^ • r n y WHH.K.ii. tne uiii"»>- , re ij a |3i e rainfall.' WHERE there is a su . r er j-jii ze d ? P stock raising is covered streams and lakes? WHERE you wi and dairy products ? tQ per acre, on ten If you do, the Northern Pacific Railway Co. o b f l valor"iir Vwimming^ out after wTo would make such a magnificont river- congresBional package which Mr. sent to an Emmet county farmer. AN ELEGANT BALL, Celebrate WUU a The ladles of the Episcopal guild will hold a sale Friday, Dec. 3 after- nnon and evening. Refreshments serve* during the evening. At Grange hall. Miss Armltage, well known in Al- K0 ^a as an experienced nurse, is making her home here in the John Grove house She will be In Algona porma- ^Langdon & Hudson's store wears a holiday air. The counters are ful of fine china and lamps, and the shelves likewise. They carry a big stock of nice goods. Secretary Butler has not yet heard whether our fair association is to get «200 from the state or not. Tho main ScultSTseemstobothat our society is not incorporated. Sunday services of First Church of Chdst Scientist, at Odd Fellows' parlors 10:45 a. m. Subject next Sunday "Triumphant Joy Through Unity with Christ" Testimonial meetings on Friday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock. All welcome. God's hidden power will be the theme of the sermon at the Congregational ohurch next Sunday morning. In the evenfftrTev. Sinclair will have a man to run the stereopticon and will give the sermon on the life and times of Christ which he did not give last Sunday evening. The big annual opening for the holi- "Economic" Roaster •.,1, to become an owner—75c, 85c, $1.00. C. M. DOXSEB, HARDWARE. The harp will play and KUU« iu» u » •— - j — member the date. TV,« little eirl eets a doll that sens 101 S 1 The boys and girls should keep their eye on the SheW store window. ;. Button will meet all who wish CASH GROCERY. Maple Syrup 8$c a gallon. We deliver grain, and hay (in bales) to any part of the city. J. C. ANDERSON:' of whose" work and character are g ua ran teed Term of 10 lessons, gentlemen $5, ladles $4, couples $9. __ Has lands I H FARMS and HOMES, that will make both wHte to. Eastern Land Agt.N. P- Ry- St. Paul, Minn. A* w PHIPPS, Land Commissioner. W. H. rnu ro, solicitors, Or apply to Pingley, Cooke & Co., local Algona , Iowa. WATER 0& NO PAY, Chas, J, Doxsee, THE STANDARD THE STAIN w-rt-W f VM-»«*«» 3UABB «9toea 'rimnU. B The Knights of Pythias invited their friends to come out last Wednesday evening and enjoy the first of their annual balls. The invitation was unanimously accepted. Everybody was there, the new dancing canvas was appropriately dedicated, the new Harp Orchestra was applauded, the beautiful hall decorations were observed, the elegant refreshments were tasted and the ladies all went home vowing that U their husbands should join any lodge u must be the K. P.,while the men all we*f boie vowlni diligence during the succeeding days in learning how tp get Selr «am!s proposed lor membership No paine or expense bad been spared to . maKe the old court houseaV tractive. Hundreds of yards of hunt' ing Kg aoross the ceiling in graoelu folds, and curtains received the soft liibt from the downs of baaquetlamps. llthree corners refreshment stands were presided over by the younger fadies, and the visitor passed from opW water and lemonade to frappe ; wft then To Sd Turkey and coffee in his perigrl* THE EING IB BUSTED, The Dunlnps of Ledyurd Leftve Kos- sutUfor OblaUoma. Andy Dunlap has bought a bank in Oklahoma and Barney will go with him ?nd the brothers will leave Ledyard Thev have done well in Kossuth and Sties! take away $50,000^r more. The Hot Sprluga, Picturesquely situated in the _heart n of the Black Hills of South of court house. Kossuth County State Bank, 8 . f ^^^ W. WadBWorth, par'net Pevme. First National Bank of Algona, *ennnn $50,000 f w«BSl n ^K us ^::":::'.:"- -^«S A. Ferguson, PWllp Borweiler, F. H. Vesper, AmAnrpse A. this month. For full information apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.-37t8 ya on Special ftttentloaglv.e» to coUeoMonB gtlguna &tat* ^«nH, ^^ „ , ™Tr rt A lITfll A 1. ftK . . Myroa Scli«ncB Thos. F. Oooj^e. • ^jd^BBBUHmSH^^^^^^^^^ IjomeseeesB , Horoeseekere' excursion tiokets may be sold to certain territory on Nov^2 . 7 an 1 1897. The Six per cent Interest on Time Deposit* for money ^ aft ***"" Wlon "' s or w * (?re ' rat mort^6« 8 ! ? e&OB(i i. NpteapaugW,

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