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Pella Press (Newspaper) - September 15, 1893, Pella, Iowa 1VE 11 HE WINNING THAT ETEEUSniLY AT IT BRINGS BE BLOWING A LITTLE In we have u circulation or wo Inn is that unil iilycriiwliiig that to reach But in the ime we want every merchant Hint advertising pays and li the HGKALD makes it Enable mill prolitable medinii iuh which to make known their jains to purchasers A well dis tal changed occa is u profitable fcTES SEE THE I Blilican County llegate couvention of thorepubli Marion county will be held at t house in Saturday nt 11 oclock for the eof placing in nomination a can of the following trintcndent of Jilierof Board of reyor to ill e Prairie township is entitled to Summit Polk Ked Union ami other ilntod in tho making a to All of the town erequested to call their meet rly and make an extra effort for f Oelebrn Days at the piStsto September Board ot Management of the Ex IBhaving set apart to the State Septum bur 20th and 1st as Iowa Columbian Com accepted those dates and rtlng arrangements to celebrate manner that will be a plea rolitand credit to the great com with of and ask the co n of all good citizens lo the end number from every county may avail themselves of jmiunity of seeing the Exposi and also sue the varied ami resources of the state now i in the Iowa SlateBuild I Uw various Department Build Great JimdewigneU Committee have se all the Railroads in the rate for the round t special and are also I a program for both days include musical the Iowa Drills The Gov other prominent men will de es in Ca wobetlngthrne Also Ba JJ Jonng Ittilius nicely uuiformei from the Iowa Ag will give Exhibi nttondg b Program and Badge up Iowa Ids urrungomonts oclehrution great Exposition of ii of all the nation IifiHiiuitioii of date o your neures CllH8ll Conimitle iueknrd I on Coremonle IOWA IS THE PLACE TO GET THE BEST Busippss A FIRST CLASS CO6IRSE IN AT THE LEAST EX PENSE Shoft fypewptipg Address Keiiublicaii There will bo a meeting the repub icans of Luke Prairie towusiiip at the in oclock Monday evminig Id for tliu iiirpose of stiloKting elevuu do lug a tea oattoiiit LIIU iXuyUijiVciiii Coun ty con vention which meets SSrd every republican attend E L FOK W Bertou uiuiounces himself as oau hdato for county subject to of republican of Vlariou Oeiitrul f he doors of Central swung open Wednesday morning and i another School your of this pop ultir institute Many of the old students were on hand to re sume their and them was a largo sprinkling of now faces who found a cordial At chapel was and new Professors were seen on the as follows Fred instructor in Greek and Miss Martha Firth instructor in Academic Miss Carolina instruc tor in French and Aver Director of and College of Commerce and his assistant Miss Ada We believe this is the largest faculty in history of the nchool and the College promises the best results President Stuart con ducted the exorises and at the elose javoashort but appropriate address regarding the school and what was expected oi the Chapel esorcises names enrolled and stu dies The president and fac ulty are well pleased with the outlook and the encouragement received prom ises not only a large attendance bia goud sound practical and ii well equiped teachers full of eiitlniji sniisany ibo friends of grand old Central will not be disappointed in the years work FisK bins have JUKI completed u big job of laying leu niiles of tile on the Viiuin fuini near Thuts a job by I ho Fisk brothers know how to lay and Imv ingtho best inuchiun on gctthure A Disastrlous I AST Friday morning at live o the tire bell sounded the alarm that the Washngton flour by the Messrs At arriving on the made such headway that ft was impos to do any effective The fire is supposed to have originated in the south east and made such rapid progress that the entire building was wrappeil in flames before aid ooulil bo and so dense was the smoke and heat that nothing could be saved from the buniing The fire company did good and effective work in saving the grain bins on the north side of the This was one of the oldest mills in this being built in In the TyasfllingH put in the patent roller at an ex pense of fitting up the Mill in the best possible manner for the mill ing This gave the valuation of the proper ty at about They carried an insurance policy of the Mill ers Mutual of Des The in swept everything but about 1500 bush els of of which about J was fired so as to be unfit for anything but chick en The safe was opened Monday and books found all The adjust ers came down from Dos Moines Mon day and are looking after their interests The boilers will ba but are sup posed to be all The loss fulls very heavy on these worthy who had a most excellent and prosperous It is not definite ly known whether they will rebuild or not but it is generally hoped they conversation with and Burdette just before their departure for the east on Monday evening we wore pleased with the kind words of these people about the city of They wore very deepdy impresed with the city of Pella and thoughtit the most pleasontly situated city they had n in Thfl wide so cleanly the beautiful shade trees the buildings and many other pleasant surroundings that the Pella people hold It was it plea sure to them to visit in so pleasant a place and among HO many nice and in leaving they had many kind words for courloshs recoivid while hen and especially their visit with Stoddurd and has boon do ing the tail for several days Kelley anil Amos wore over from Knoxville Friday Uhynsburgcr spent part of last week in Dos Moines returning Saturday C Smith of will ocSupy 2nd reformed church next Sunday morning and even Bousquet went to Grim ily Center Saturday last for a brief vis and attend the Lansing Post wed ding morning the creamery in creased the price of cream and on Tuesdoy advanced the counter price of eggs to Samuel Strong who has to ac ceptably filled the pulpit at the Second Reformed church for a number of weeks returned to his home at Kahima zoo Monday Christian Endeavor Society of the Second lleformed church is quite a large and florishing society of young The society meets in tUe above church every Sunday at 4 and the largely attended meetings are very interesting and seats have been purchased for the Jst lrimury room in the Park when put in place be a grout improvement over the seats now in This will bu a great plea sure to the young as us their devoted Miss Last Monday morning at 6 oclock the house of Jumes 5 miles south east of was burned to the learn that part of the con tents were saved and as wo have beon the housu wits covered with a policy iho loss is quite a severe one to who has charge of the Bousquet Rhynsburg er Separator ut spent several days in Polla the past taking in the fair at DCS returning from there Saturday Ho returned I n itiuiiuiiv Uuiing his absence John Caisun of this city had charge of the Attica1 now writes from Lincoln that he is do lujed a days on this account of the arrival of a son at his home which ianie lust lie says lid wiil lie in Pellu the his wife will notbe here for a tew and will visit before i irregular piiUeoqrea by Miloa1 EYE CELL YE STAY SHUN A that is movable and not in one Toy let R Ti Kles that ackleth 2 thy komfort and kon veil that kuvereth ye house and inuk eth it to please the PERFUMERY that maketh ye smell as the PRESCRIPTIONS so that thy life shall not be in RHEUMATIC hat maketh the sick man and VIAL MEDICINE that maketh ye well man Al of the and more i cell ye if ye kail and see me at 5MORUG D S Dental OlHoo aver oast ould national will endeavor satisfy aH in qual ity of work SWAMPS JC
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