The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1891 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 18, 1891
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IMHYAL and «RME of TMIHS, CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE AND ST. PAUL, GOING TEST. l passenger 6 :02 a m 3 passenger , 4 .- 3 J.P™ i) freight No. No. No'. No. No. No. „ No, 10 way freight No. 14 freight, No. 8freight.. 13 way freight 5 freight OOINO BAST. 2 passenger 4 passenger 7 :15 a in 11:45 a in . 8:17 p m .10 :L'f) am . 0 :30 p in .12 :15 a in . 2 :30 p m .10 :55 p m Chicago & Northwestern K'y. GOING NORTH AND WKST. Freight accommodation 0 :55 a rn Chicago Mall and Kxpvess 4 ;05 p m GOING SOUTH AND J5AST. Freight accommodation 7 :35 p m Chicago Mail and Express 12:20 p in Chicago passenger reaches Des Motnes at 7 p.m., Chicago 0:50 a. m., and Kansas City 9:30 a, in. Tickets for sale to all points in the •Jnited Slates and Canada, PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS DIRECTORY. R. J. DANSON. W. C. DAN80N. DANSON BROS., _JKNEV3 ATLA Over Comstock's. A TTOKNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. OWce GEO. E. CLARKE, OKNKY. Ofllceovi lank, Algona, Iowa. A TTORN E Y. Ofllce over the First National Ba B. F. REED, (lee in the Ualbraith block. Of- JAS. BARR, M. D., >HYSICIAN and SURGEON^ L. K. GARFIELD, M. D., P HYSICIAN and SUKGEON. Office next door to Ford's Warehouse, Algona, Iowa. W. E. II. MOttSK. •'. M. PKIDE. MORSE & PRIDE. ALGONA, IOWA. ALGONA, IOWA, FEB. 18,1891. " LOCAL NEWS AND NOTES. II. B. Hallock of Hurt, was in town yesterday. Watch for the date of the Money Barrel Concert. C4eo. S. 'Angus, of. Hurt called on this office Monday. Fred Foster's infant daughter has been very sick. W. W. Wheeler was in Chicago last week on business. About fifty numbers were sold at the dance Saturday night. John Walker is on the road for Brimson & Co. selling cigars. Mrs. J. C. Blackford visited friends at Livermore over Sunday. Mr. John Foxwell, of Nora Springs, was in town Tuesday, on business. Ed Bennett; of Whittemore, is learning the tinner's trade of Frank Parish. Iowa has an area of 56,025 square miles andoSO square miles of water surface. Head last week's Courier and then read O. L. Foss' ad in this week's UK- I'UWIiIUAN. City politics are very quiet. The municipal elections will occur now in a few weeks. C. E. Walker sold a carload of steers hist week to Lacy & Son which averaged 14(iO pounds. M. A. Perry, of Swan Lake, is spending the winter here with his son-in-law E. V. Swotting. Attend the G. A. II. bean supper Friday evening, have a good time and No one should miss the Money Barrel Concert. * Henry Mason no longer drives the Kutherford 'bus. C. A. Ordway and family, from the north part of the county, visited friends in town during the week. Miss Amy Hedrick wenttoPoalo, Illinois, last week to attend the wedding ot one of her friends, a Miss Maxwell. A Republican exchange notes the unusual number of religious revivals being held all over the state and takes courage, in anticipation of the campaign next fall. Miss Adel llichardson, who was so severely burned by an explosion of gasoline last week, is much improved. She was badly burned about the hands and face. What a fine alliterative soundBepub- lican reciprocity does have! And how delightful is the assurance with which it points to Democratic success.—New York Press George Graham who has been at the poor farm for some time, was Saturday adjudged insane by the commissioners. He was taken to Independence Monday by Sheriff Stephens. The last issue of the Ilumboldt Independent contains in its editorial columns two clippings from the Algona Courier, and an elaborate disqnisition on warts and how to get rid of them. The farmers in lliverdale township are interested in the tariff question and will discuss the pros and cons of the McKinley bill as it affects the fanners, at the Matson school house next Friday evening. G. C. Thomas, of Vinton, who will be remembered by the people of this DR. L A. SHEETZ, Druggist & Stationer. Prescriptions tilled. Deals in paints, ' oils, books, perfumeries, etc. Corner ol State and Thorington streets Algeria. Iowa. E. E. Sayers, D. V. M., Veterinary Physician $ Surgeon Eg-Office west of the Tliorington House, Algona,Io\va. HOSPITAL Accommodations. For information in regard to lands in Northwestern Iowa, write to the Real Estate and Abstract Office of GEO. C. CALL, ALGONA. _— _ IO "5 V ^L _ ZTD. CLARKE & CO. ABSTRACTS. HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER- Country work a speciality. for sale. Charles Rooswall, PAINTER. Orders by postal card promptly attended to. Residence south of Sponberg's tailor shop. Algona Iowa. F. E. FOSTER, Opposite Court House. \ly;oiui, Iowa. Work lirst class in every particular. Kossuth County Bank, ALGONA, IOWA. Capital, - $50,000. Incorporated mulcr general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money ]I!;IIUM|, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly anil a yeuei-;;! banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. W.H. 1NC.UAM, President. J. li. JONErt, Vice President. LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier, Direcliurs—W. H. Inghain, ,(no. (i. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrischillcs, Lewis II. Smith, J. W. YVadswurth. liarnel Ucviiic. Farm for Sale. 120 acres near the village of Burt. Pa,rtly improved. For sale at a bargain. Inquire at Republican office. GREAT FRENCH REMEDY. LADllCS try Dr. LeDuc's Pc-rimlical Pills, from Paris, France. Established — Kurope 183!): England 1 «,">(>: ('anada 1S7» ; United States 18S7. $2 or three boxes for 85. Positively remove all IHHK<;I;I.AHITIHS or money refunded. THK AMKK1GAN 1'll.L CO , royalty proprietors. Spencer, la. The trade supplied bv wholesale agents. H. llnswith & Sou, Milwaukee ; liobt. Stevenson & Co. Chicago. Hetailed by Dr. L, A, Slu-eix, Algiina. JU-40-yr SHIP YOUR Bulter. Kggs, Cheese, Apples, Pears, lieaus, Poaches, Fears, Houey, Beeswax, (jrapes, Hops, Poultry,Corn.Oats, Wool, Maple Sugar, Lambs. Veal, Mutton, Venison, WildUame, Dried Fruits, Potatoes, Hay, feathers. Cider, Vinegar, Furs, Skins, Onions, Tobacco, Broom Com. Ciuseiig lioot. 5O tons live Poultry \vuntod. Will pay cash or sell oil commission. Scud for daily market prices. W. JJ. 1'. llullurd & Co. 1'roiluce Commission Merchants, -!U and 2ii, Des Plain St., Chicago. 111. 4u-ao LEGAL BLANKS (J FOR SALE o At KEPUBLIOAN OFFICE help a good cause. G. M. Howard will be back in his old quarters again and ready for business in a few days. Mrs. J. II. Miller came up from Lu Verne Thursday to visit friends, and returned next day. The entertainment by the Normal school will be held on Tuesday instead of Monday evening. M. O'Kourke has been laid up with a badlycut foot as the result of an accident while chopping wood. A boy baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Weir last Wednesday. The young man weighs 12 pounds. Will it be necessary for the city papers to advertise the fact all next year that we have no opera house? lliverdale township is sick with the measles. A sort of a reaction from its love affair fracas a few weeks ago. What papers do you take? Before you renew, come to the BKPUIILICAX ollice and see how much we can save you. A valentine social at Dr. Barr's last Saturday evening was well patroni/cd and a source of much enjoyment to the little folks. The ladies of the Congregational society will give a supper in the parlors of the Congregational church Thursday evening. All are invited. Mrs. A. E. Wheelock and her sou Lewie returned from Wisconsin yesterday morning where they have been visiting during the winter. J. W. Krahn, one of the prosperous farmers of Burt township, was in town Saturday and called at the RKI-UIILI- CAN oih'ce and got his map. E. C. Tuttle was over to Convith the other day and foreclosed a mortgage upon some personal property. He got away without being arrested. Let the farmer readers of the HK- PUHLICAX read Prof. "Tama Jim's" article this week upon the subject, t; Education for tho farmer." About twenty live Algona people took advantage of the sleighing Saturday evening and had a very pleasant time at M. B. Chapins' west of town. Elder J. M. Willoughby will conduct services in the Adventist church commencing Monday, Feb. 23d, and continuing till the following Thursday. All are invited to come and hear. The Upper Des Moines says that "every body is a mugwump at some time or other." This is the only excuse that paper has yet offered for its "strad- dlebug" position on the tariff question. Rev. Bagnell, of Webster City, preached in the Methodist church last Sunday, morning and evening and addressed the Epworth League on Monday evening. Rev. Bagnell is a young man but one of the ablest ministers in the Northwest conference. License to marry has been issued to Nels Nelson and Augusta Knutson. They will soon be entitled to a years subscription to the ALGONA HEPCIJU- CAN iu accordance with our liberal offer to newly married people residing within the county. Chris Ileise, our popular barber on the corner gave the Democrats of the Illinois legislature, a few valuable pointers and got himself into the telegraphic columns of the daily papers. Chris outlined a beautiful scheme, and we are almost sorry that it did'nt work for it would have secured our fellow townsman a just celebrity und perhaps secured him a share of the"swag"\vhen the next change of administration occurs. vicinity who are interested in horses as the owner of Chinchbug, at our last summer's races, was in town several days last week. A union temperance meeting will be held at the Congregational church next Sunday evening under the direction of •the W. C. T. U. An interesting program is being prepared. All churches are invited to join in this meeting. The world is growing better. A preacher has just been elected to the United States Senate from South Dakota. Rev. J. II. Kyle of Aberdeen a Congregational minister was elected Monday, receiving 7-5 votes out of 139. Rev. A. C. Smith will occupy the pulpit at the Methodist church next Sunday morning; there will be no public service at the church in the evening. Rev. Whitlield is away at Rockwell City assisting Rev. Galloway in revival meetings. D. D. Townsend left yesterday for Burlington to attend the annual session of the Iowa Y. M. C. A. Association, which opens tomorrow and holds over Sunday. Mr. Townsend will make stops at DCS Moines and other points before returning. The second Detnorest Medal contest will be held in the / Congregational church Feb. liTth. It is expected that the speaking will be excellent. Good music has been provided. An exercise in Physical Culture will be given. The judges will be secured from abroad. "The Breeze," Cornell College: Mr. Frank Slagle varied the monotony of chapel exercises Thursday morning by delivering a very good oration upon the "Civilization of the A/tecs." Mr. Slagle surpassed himself in this effort, and well deserves the applause he received. M. F. Randall reports a big business for the Algona Roller Mills. Grists were brought in last Saturday from a distance of 30 miles, one load coming from within two miles of the mill at Bode. The mills are a good fortune to Algona. bringing money and trade to the town from miles around. The Sons ol veterans were disappoint ed at their program last week in that two of their members,Capt. Puller and Rev. Davidson- who were to have appeared upon the program were sick and unable to participate. The remainder of the program which proved to be very interesting was carried out and the audience seemed well pleased. Capt. Cooke has received a tender of a position on the brigade staff as Inspector of Small Arms, Practice with the rank of Lieut. Colonel. This is a fitting recognition of Captain Cooke's efficiency as an officer and it is a further hdnor to Company F. He has not fully decided whether to accept or not. If he accepts it will necessarily sever his connection with Company Fas captain, which might prove a misfortune to the company. Many of our readers will remember Gay Jewett, or Jumbo. He is more or less known in the county, and, we believe, has relatives in the neighborhood of Seneca. During the last week in January, Mr. Jewett returned from North Carolina, where he had been traveling with a show, to his home near Northwood, Worth county, Iowa, and Sunday morning, February 1st, he died very suddenly of heart disease. He is said to have weighed over GOO pounds. The Normal School students will give a program at the court house hall next Tuesday evening hi honor of Washington's birthday, which will consist of vocal and instrumental music, and an exhibition drill by sixteen of the Normal school ladies. A mock session of the Continental Congress will also be presented- The proceeds of the entertainment will be used to pay for the organ purchased last term. Let all the friends of the Normal School be present. ! There were two six year old children in the McGinty company, and they performed their parts in a most creditable manner. No matter how necessary a child's part might be, to a theatrical company, it is a sin to send a child of that age before the foot lights, that ought to be frowned down by public sentiment if no legislation is secured against it. It is robbing a child of its childhood and educating it to the world almost before it has left the cradle. We omitted last week to acknowledge the kindly service rendered this paper by the Emmetsburg Postmaster in furnishing us with interesting statistics of the business of his office which were valuable for purposes of comparison with what our office • is doing. Bro. Utter has our sincere thanks. A. L. Goddard, was called to Fort Atkinson, AVinneshiek county, Iowa, to attend the funeral of his mother who died at that place last Thursday, Feb. Uth, at the advanced age of 02 years two months and ten days. Mr. Goddard's father died in 1883 at the age of 92 and at the end of a full 70 years of married life. According to the monthly review of the Iowa weather and crop service, the past month was the warmest und fairest January during the past decade. The average daily temperature being 10° above normal. The highest temperature reported was 58 ° at Sioux City on the 15th and 4° at Manson and Bancroft on the 31st. The masquerade ball at the Court house hall Friday evening, the 27th is to be the hop event of the year. Everybody is cordially invited to attend. Tickets to dance $1.00. Masked ladies admitted free. Spectators' tickets 25 and 15 cents. An elegant gold medal will be awarded to the best costumed lady and a handsome gold vest chain to the best costumed gentleman. All will formally unmask at 11 o'clock. Elmer Slagle has recently added to his large autograph collection an autograph copy of the poem, "All's quiet along the Potomac" from the author Lamar Fontaine of Shaw, Mississippi. He has also received an autograph letter from Mr. Fontaine in which he lays claim to the authorship of the poem. It is well known that the authorship of the poem has been a matter of dispute. Mr. Fontaine was a major in the Confederate army. Mr. Slagle has lately received several autographs of Gen. Sherman. The subscription fund committee for Company F. met Monday evening and discussed ways and means of investing the $500 subscribed for the company by the citizens. It was decided to place 45 lockers in the armory, which will be sufficient for the accommodation of the entire company. A second target is to be provided for the armory; The contract for putting in the lockers was let to Ellery Garfield and the cost will be in the neighborhood of $180.00. The target range is to be further improved, and a small house built on the range for storage purposes. If any money is left the boys will lind abundant ways in which to judiciously expend it. An opera house will be an imperative necessity next year. The city needs a good hall anyway and any reasonable amount of money put into a good hall would be more than a paying investment. If there is not sufficient private enterprise in the town, the Business Men's Association ought to take the matter up at an early meeting. The town really needs a good hall. There are several good locations right in the business part of town that are either vacant or ought to be where an opera house might be erected, chief among these is the lot on State street just opposite Dr. Garlield's office, Of course the Courier establishment would have to be torn down but that would entail no serious loss to anybody. The city election comes off one week from Monday next, so it is time to be looking about for the right men for the several positions to be lilled. There are important business interests of the city at stake in the coming election which cannot be overlooked in the choice of men. The well matter is still unsettled, and without entering at all into a discussion of the merits of the dispute we think we do not go out of the way when we say that it would be well for the property holders and tax payers to see to it that the reasonable but iirm policy of the present administration be indorsed by the election of men who will continue it. McGinty's Troubles isn't so bad. It is a very fair show for the kind and was greeted by a fair audience. The hall was packed from the parquette to the gallery, a good evidence that the people of Algoua will patronize an entertainment if it promises to be worth attending, and that their taste has not been depraved by long experi- chestra and some of their own scenery. There was nothing very remarkable about the singing although there were one or two very fair singers In the company. Gretchen, the little German girl, was one of them, but It was her clog dancing and high kicking that pleased the gallery People who stick on technical distinctions may insist that the show might have properly been called "loud" instead of hightoned. All who liked that kind of a show were well pleased. Patrick Welch who lectured here last fall on the subject of Romanism, lectured in Odebolt last week and had an interesting time. Most of bis audience were catholics and before he had talked five minutes a mob of Catholics headed by the priest, the Kev. Peter Peschon, made a rush at him. Pat drew a revolver and kept the mob at bay, but finally left the hall. This was on Tuesday night. The citizens of Ode- boldt held an indignation meeting Wednesday morning in the interest of free speech and declared that Pat should speak. The hall was crowded the next evening. Peschon was arrested and find $60 for breaking the peace. The outrage was secretly planned or it would never have been committed. It is but justice to say that the majority of the catholics at Odebolt condemn Feschon. Ho brought his gang from a distance, being unable to get a following in town. In another column of this issue we publish a challenge to the Upper Des Moines to make clear for once its exact position politically and to state without any ambiguity its exact attitude upon the tariff question. The Republican party in this county needs to be rennovated and put through a process of reconstruction. It is not too early to commence the cleaning up business, and we have chosen to make our initial attack upon the most salient point and compel our mugwump cotemporary to "either fish or cut bait or get off the log." The Upper Des Moines insinuated last week that we had placed a wrong construction upon ils utterances. We would be very glad to have it place a clear construction upon its own. We do insist that if the Upper Des Moines is to remain in the Republican camp, and expect Republican support, it ought to make an honest light for Republican principles. We a/wait with no small degree of interest the answer to our challenge. The HKPUHUCAX lays iro claim to infallibility and occasionally makes a mistake in reporting a news item. Whenever we are so unfortunate as to make such a mistake the M. U. D. seizes upon the opportunity to call us WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. An Anniversary I'rogram anil llean Supper 1>y «f a». C. Taylor Font at Court Mouno Hall FHflfty Evening. James C. Taylor Post, G. A. R., has made preparations for a grand bean supper, to be followed by a program of speeches and music, at the court house hall Friday evening next. "Bean Supper" means an elaborate banquet and square meal, with the hearty good time always enjoyed at a G. A. R. entertainment. Below is the program of the evening: Supper at sfx o'clock p. in. sharp. Sons America Welcome Commander r, 0. Bailey Kesponse Mayor J. B. Jones Song. Sons of Veterans Jos. W. Hays George Washington Kev, W. E. Davidson HOUR. Paper Mrs. Uosetta Bailey Pat hi the War Comrade M. O'Kourke Song. Tickets for the supper will be on sale Friday at the post office book store. Everybody is invited to come and have a good feimc. The proceeds are for the benefit of Jas. C. Taylor Post relief fund. Sapper tickets 25 cents. "thick headed blundering, fellow" or something like that. A few weeks ago we got Mr. Sessions superintendent of the wrong department of the State fair. The M. U. D. hastened to point out the mistake and said among other things that "it was very plainly intended as a slur upon Mr. Sessions." This was a very ridiculous statement to^put forth, and it was very suggestive of the small plan upon which our contemporary is buihled. If we felt disposed to retort we might say this week among other things that the blunderbuss who is at present manipulating the M. U. D. has twice made the report and sent out the impression that Emmetsburg has a free postal delivery system, when our sister city has nothing of the kind and may never have unless a bill now pending in congress should become a law. AID FOR DAKOTA. To Mesdames Gibson, Parsons and Ward, committee on Woman's Woar in Algona* Grange: The undersigned, appointed by you to solicit aid for the drouth stricken farmers of S. Dakota, in the city of Algona, would respectfully report that they have made a thorough canvass, and with gratifying success. They were everywhere met by the citizens with earnest sympathy and ready aid. We desire also to acknowledge, with thanks, assistance received in making the canvass and collecting the goods from Miss Clara Zahlten, Wm. Anderson, M. Z. Grove and Geo. Blackford. We collected in cash $80.35, which was contributed by 49 men and women, and more than 1200 pieces of bedding and wearing apparel, contributed by 100 women and 5 business firms. These contributions fill three large and one small dry goods box, for which we have the receipt of A. E. Bartlett, an accredited agent of the S. Dakota State Alliance Relief committee,, and also have his receipt for $Ci0.oO cash. In addition to the above we hold the promises of several business firms foir contributions not included in the above. We are confident your committee and the Grange will regard the above as a good showing when you learn the fact that cast off clothing was solicited in early winter: that many families are sending their contributions direct to friends in the west; that the relief corps of the G. A. R. and the ladies of the W. C. T. U. were soliciting and securing aid destined for the sufferers in other parts of the west. We desire also to say that we have some goods in the line of wearing apparel not yet packed, and that any parties desiring to do so may send in contributions for a few days. Be pleased to accept this report of progress- We hope to have completed our work by next meeting and to be able to make an additional and final report. Fraternally submitted, J. E. IjLACKVOllDv. Solicitors ( M. ZAHLTEN. District Election Notice. Regular communication of Prudence Lodge No. 205, Thursday evening Feb. 19. Visiting brothers cordially invited. M. F. RANDALL, W. M. 1«< The Nuggett Nell Company showed to a fair sized audience Monday evening. The cold weather undoubtedly kept a great many at home. The company i& a very good one and if every entertainment was as good, shows would be better patronized in Britt.— Britt Tribune. How often do they have a show over at Britt anyway? Everybody who heard the company here will see the point to our question. Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the qualified r lectors of the Independent School District of Algona in the County, of Kossuth and State of Iowa, will be held at the Sheriff's ofllce at the Court House, on the second Monday of March, the 9th inst., A. D. 1891, at 9 o'clock A. M. and open till 4 o'clock P. M., for the election of two (2) directors to succeed J. Wallace and J. W. Robinson, also one (1) director to- fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of G. R. Woodworth, and for the transaction of such other business as- may legally come before it; Dated Feb. 11, 1890. C. M. DOXSEE, GEO. E. CLAKK, Secretary. President. STATEMENT 0V THE F1NANES OK Tllli INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTUICT OK ALGONA, FOH THK YEAH MAUC1I 1ST 1891. ci:70 ii,48i).n Worked Like a Charm. Bradfield's Female Regulator worked like a'charm; improvement been wonderful; cannot express my gratitude. Wish every lady afflicted would tvy it. I know it would cure them. Mus. LULA. A. LONG, Spring Grove, Fla. Write The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars. Bold by Dr. L. A. Sheet/ and F. W. Dingley. 16-19 Galbraith's $3.25 ladies bright dongola shoes are as good as other $8 shoes. Your cough will not last all winter; You will not be kept awake at night; You will get immediate relief if You will use DeWitt's cough and consumption cure. Sold by Dr. Bheetz. Organs. L. Leasing has several styles of organs which he will sell at low figures. Also sewing machines on good terms and cheap. 47-tf Worth Hundreds of Hollars. My wife used only two bottles of "Mother's Friend" before her third confinement. Bays she would not be with, out it for hundreds of dollars. Had not half as much trouble as before. DOCK MILES. Lincoln Parish, La. Write the Bradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., for further particulars. Sold by F. W. Dingley and Dr. L. A. Bheetz. Constipation poisons tUe blood; DeWitt's Teacher's Contingent Fund Fund liul, on hand at lust report ............... Sl,30iu;o HecfromCo. Tres.. a.tma.u " " Auditor 8U3.K! •• Tuition ........ 2.00 •• Use of house... " Sale of school seats ............... Hec. for Ink bottles. School H Fund. $ 2)1.28 2,077.01 is.ou 8.00 .75 Paid warrants $5,3110. 'M "• for coal— — " Janitors " Supplies ami other-expenses Cttsh on haud 8(J2.37 $0,198.62 SH.5T4.Ol $3,209.1!) §2,715.00 435.28 438.00 055.09 1,040.24 41)4, Is) §3,200.10 §0,198.02 $2,574.01 School house bonds outstanding and unpuyed $12.000.00 The Board estimates the amount necessary to maintain the schools for the next school year as follows: Teacher's fund Contingent fund •••• . Schoofiiouse and boudlund 1400.00 . f «ll -.«• V^lfUDL*lJ»L.iUU LJUXQUUD VUV U*UUU , JL/^ VI JUU O ence with the snide show. I he Me- Little Early Risers cure constipation. The At the Free Methodist Church. The general quarterly meeting and district conference of the Algona district will be held in the Free Methodist church in Algona commencing ou Thursday night, Feb. 26, and continuing until Sunday night. All are very cordially invited to attend. N. J. SUMNEH, dm. Cvui's COOK, Pastor. Hudson ft Shadle. Pine cabinets, family groups, baby . . _______ _______ - _.- Giiity company carries a first class or- 1 cause removed, tUe disease is gone— Sheetz I pictures. Work alway first class

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