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BANKING INSTITUTIONS. KossutiiGpuntyBank BES MOINES: ALGONA, IOWA. , APRIL 20, 1892. CAPITA h $50,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, mbnay loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collections made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates: Wit. H. ii-ftUIAJI. .President ,t. B. JON ES Vice President LEWIS H. SMI HI Cashier Directors—Win. H. Inghnm, John O. Smith, ,T. 1}, ,'foutis, T. Chrisehilles. Lewis H. Smith, J W. Wadswortn, Harnet Devine. tHE TETTIX. The First National Bank b T£nn?h frat8 , rant WM tbo twilight. falling Rnt ?? the ,, wld ? sw *p of the Argive plain, ?& MT^f ° lea ? der copses calling, No tight bird voiced its immemorial pain. - > harmonious «w>d win- Bar intermingling with melodious bar-^ The ireless tettlx with its violining a Illed all tho sundown silence near and far. f' 7 1ho1lovcdIt1 ' 0 Withe note of the cricket bleak " Wll0n ftutumn days we ™ fl '° m mend and CAPITAL ,... 850,000 Special attention given to collections. AHBltOSK A. CALL President D. H. IHITOHINS Vice President Wll. K. FERGUSON , Cnsliicr Directors—n. H. Hiitchiiis, S, A. Ferauson Philip Oowetlt-r, W. F. Carter, Ambrose A.'. Gall, C. 13. Hutchins, Win. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rales to purtloa furnishing llrst-claaa security,. A. I). CLARK.K, President. C. 0. ClIUKI), Vice PiTHldcnt. C11AS. V. St. CLAW, Cnsliici-. Algona State Bank, CAPITAL .....850,000 Money to loan at reasonable rates. Special attention given to collections. Exchange bought and sold on all points in this country and Europe, and a general banking business transacted. Dlrectors~A. D. Clarke, C. C. Chubb, Mvron Scheuck, Geo. L. Qalbralth, Tlios. F Co'olte, W. C. Tyrrell, Chas. C. St. Clair. ^ uu '^. e Felt in our'hearts a kinship for tho Greek. —Clinton Scollard in Lippiucott's. Gliul He Hud Ueen Bluffed. It's essentially a story of Chicago. A rather shabby lookiiig man walked into the office and took a chair beside the big desk. "I'm a little hard tip," he said, "and if you could let me have $100 for a short time I think it would tide ine over." The man behind the desk looked at his caller and became reminiscent. "Why, I haven't seen you for years," he said. "Let me see! You used to call down at my farm in the old days when I was located near Forty-first street." "Yes," said the caller; "I drove down there one day with a party of friends and filled up with some of your oherrv brandy." ,. "I remember it perfectly," said the man behind the desk. "After you had taken a little of it you wanted to buy the farm." "And you wanted $3,000 for it," said the caller. "And you agreed to take it," added the man behind the desk. "I did," admitted the caller, "and you came to my office the next day." "Yes, and you swore you wouldn't take it as a gift." "And you declared you had witnesses to my agreement to buy." "But you bluffed ine off." "I did," admitted the caller. "Well," said the man behind the desk, "I don't mind paying you $200 for bluffing me off. The farm has made me rich "' —Chicago Tribune. The Brilliant Student's Dilemma. A Harvard student told .me an amusing story about himself the other day. It seems that recently his mother had a young h;dy guest at their home on the Back Bay, and when he came from college in the afternoon he was introduced to her. At dinner also she sat opposite him at the table. He paid little attention to the fair visitor, as his mind was engrossed with a problem in his lessons. However, his brothers were as assiduous as possible in entertaining her. As it happened, the latter had engagements out that evening, and, as Mrs. A. had promised Miss B. to have one of her sons take her to the theater, it fell to the lot of my friend George, the Harvard man. He accepted the situation gracefully, and in due time the young couple set off for the theatre. Arriving, George left his companion at one side of the lobby while he stepped up to the box office and purchased the tickets; then, turning about, he looked toward the place where he had parted from the young lady, and was surprised to see half a dozen there, and—ye gods! is it possible?—he could not tell which was his precious charge! Here was a dilemma. George said he immediately decided that, rather than risk speaking to the wrong person, he would stand still till the young lady spoke to him. So ho gazed at his tickets for what seemed to him an age, but was probably only a minute, when Miss B. came up and said, "I fear you did not recognize me." "Oh, yes—yes—" stammered George, equivocating—"yes, I did; I thought they had not given mo tho seats I asked for, and was considering what was best to do in the matter."—Boston Herald. State Bank of Bancroft AUTHOU1J5EI) CAPITAL ............ 3100,000 Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Transacts a general banking business. Money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold, collections a specialty. Retil estate loans procured and insurance furnished. Notes purchased. Large list of wild lands and improved farms for sale and rent, S. T. MESEUVEY .......... .......... President- J{. N. BKUEIl .................. Vice President CHAS. H, MOREHOUSE ............... Cashier s-G. S. Hlngland. S. T. Meservey, K. N. Bruer, J. 13. Johnson, 0. Korslund. ! Abstracts. Other abstractors have pooled. We're not in it. We have been in the business for 22 years and don't have to sell, but are here to stay. Our work is GUARANTEED and will be done at living prices. Jones & Smith. Furniture, Pictore Frames, ?n-M ng 8l " sses ' chromos, and all kinds of le.iuy-made eolHns. Hearse for public use. Headquarters .for the best SEWING MACHINES AND ORGANS. NOTICE TO OCCUPYING CLAIMANT. ^\ OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. rim'.,, & St Panl Railway company, Jas. Aiiri'it™ i ' VUcl Jllllles G - Savcry, Carl Molln, Hn-»i T A i ntl ?f' sou ' Jon " Y - Slllith ' August "Odd. Jolm C. Callanan. ilnm,i wh <"" it may concern: The commis- ¥»°»er appointed to view a highway petitioned Jlln, J. A. Carlson, and others, 'iiiimAT* V"" "' nivor of its location as follows: ft tm.' i n(fllt tho'southest corner of suction ' ' J °" l 'smi> DO, range Ml, and running thence Jction line and terminating at the •imr.r.M, ( ' ol ; n «r "f section 13, townshii) !)l), ^»MI ..», and all objections thereto or claims Men Who Vfotir Small Hats. I never saw an earnest worker, or a man who had real and serious duties to perform, who wore a hat too small for him. Many great lawyers and. statesmen, cranky but shrewd speculators, popular preachers, and history making generals and editors wear hats too large for them —sometimes so large that they act as extinguishers and are stopped in their downward course only by the projection of the ears; but I never saw one who wore a hat too small, perched upon the top of his head, Indeed, I might assert . as a positive and invariable fact that, save in cases of dire necessity, such as shipwrecks or utter and hopeless poverty, the man who \years a hat too small for him is a silly, frivolous, conceited creature, with no serious ideas on any subject, and only the most flippant and shallow views of life and its obligations. Even among tramps and vagabonds, the fellow with the "dinky" derby balanced upon his mop of unkempt hair, is the most hopeless wreck among his class; while there is always a gleam of intelligence, a spark of hope, in the tramp whose hat is too large for him.—Kate Field's Washington. Never Heard of Him. Telegraphers' stories are unique sometimes, and they do not hesitate to tell them to one another. It is said that the operators in New Haven, having always lived there, seldom hear of anything beyond the limits of the city and their operating rooms. The fact was illustrated recently when an operator in New York remarked to the man he was working within New Haven that Paruell had just died. "Who?" was the inquiry. "Parnell," was the reply. After a short interval, during which, it is supposed, the New Haven operator was in conference with somebody, this message was sent: "If you mean P. T. Barnuni, we heard that long ago, but no one knows who Parnell is."—Telegraph Age. A Story from tho American Indians. Many years ago a boy found a beautiful snake, so an Indian legend runs. He kept it in a bowl of water arid took notice that small feathers dropped into the receptacle became living. beings. He experimented and discovered that whatever .he put into the water became alive. He rubbed some of this snake water on his eyes and found 'that he could see things that were actually hidden in the grorfnd. Concluding that he would make the liquid more powerful by putting more snakes into it, he hung up a number of serpents so that their oil dropped into the water. By putting some of the solution thus obtained into his mouth he could breathe'fire, and by placing some of it in his eyes he could see in the dark. At will he could transform himself into a serpent, could become invisible and could travel at an incredible rate of speed. An arrow dipped into the liquid and shot at any living being, even if it did not hit its object, would nevertheless kill it. A feather dipped into this snake water and pointed at any game would immediately start for the latter and slay it. This boy became in this manner a great wizard.—Washington Tho Amateur Actress. We had rather throw aside this pen forever than to write a word to discourage any woman who is conscientiously striving to earn a position on the stage; but there are other women—some in the profession, some in the audience—to whom it is grossly unfair to put forth an inexperienced amateur as a star. Consider, ladies and gentlemen, what a poor, miserable art that of acting would be if anybody could acquire it in a few lessons, in a year or so, from a private box across the footlights fo the center of the stage. It takes a longer time to learn to be a carpenter or to play a piano, to be a dressmaker or to paint a picture, to be a typewriter or to cut hair properly, than amateurs who are now willing to bestow upon the art which includes, employs and dignifies all other arts from statuesque posing to wig wearing. If acting could be taught in a day it would not be so well paid nor so highly esteemed, and good acting wou- t be so uncommon.—Stephen Fiske ' Spirit of the Game Galore In Mnlne. Moose are so very plentiful in northern Maine that, as a sportsman can legally kill but one in a season, it is something of a disappointment to throw away the only chance on an undersized or lean animal, or one with poor antlers. The boss hunter of Medway, Llewellyn Powers, is a man who wastes no powder on inferior game, and when he started out after his annual moose the other day he was determined to get a good one. He rolled his old slouch hat into a horn and called a moose to the water at Pock- wockamos lake, but the bull did not suit, being too lean and carrying small antlers. Another and another came in response of the hunter's call, and finally the ideal monarch of the woods appeared. This bull fell before Powers' rifle. He weighed over a thousand pounds and earned a perfect set of antlers that spread five feet. No fault can be found with a hunting ground which affords such opportunities as this for taking one's pick of big game. Almost anybody can get a moose in the upper Penobscot region. The other day a twelve-year-old boy named Hathaway went into the woods alone, called a big moose and dropped him at the first shot. Louisville Courier Journal. 'or dm, 1 u 1V "uctloiw thereto or claims tor's ifi'i B0a " Ullit bo motl ln thB county and - rinu? I n° ?„ or Uefm '° "°' m of tho lKt ' l!l >' of ' „ m 0;i '. '"' mlch highway, will bo es "'"".out reference thereto. »'Hl «;:U tlitH a;jnd day of J. 11. HOFIUS, County Auditor. ORIGINAL NOTICE. ' 1 ' 111 ?^ COURT O^ KOBSUTH a ' Mn y Term, A. 1J. 1HI):.'— Do«i ' 1)U>1 " tUI ' V|J ' lsauc: B - Sampson, New Alloys. Two new alloys f or'making boring and cutting tools have been invented in England. The metal equals steel in hardness and temper, and does not lose its temper when heated by friction. The alloys consist of pig iron, ferro-manganese, chromium and tungsten in proper proportions, melted together in crucibles under stick charcoal and calcined borax. This compound is then remelted with bar iron and proportions of nickel, copper and alumin- ium are added. It is then cast in sand molds.—New York Times. ailut: You ill '° "««'U.v notillod ()f tUB PliiiMtlll in the iibove-«n- i tllu omtu ,ir the iv > fr colu ' t ' llsltl »K tlmt slio nmy lit- tli- L. ', ' . "," 1 / ou >uid thaf the coutruct ..( mar the next May be begun and said [!(>ilnt-v .... V, V t, i *"'*^ *" ^ii^tjiiu, in ML:I.{ 5"' m\l- i Tlt)U 'T Jlllil y ()f May. A. V. isa-.'. hr'. t ,• , • p)ltdl ' l -"t 'kK'ViUSl you uiM jildg'- m CiKO. K. C:,A'V,1CW. Atty. uv J.-'lalnUll'. BOT10E. Stage Couch Dreams. Losses are presaged by a dream of rid,, ing in a stage coach. If you run after one you will be out of employment for it, lon{* season,. To see one pass will rid you of troublesome friends. If you are in a stage coach and it turns over without injuring you, you will' be lucky in your speculations, but if you dream thai; you are idlled by the full you must e.v pect misfortunes.— New York Herald. The Matching , A \vqm.an. brought a small sugar- coated pi}! intq a South End drugstore the other evening and wanted t} box of pills just like them, under the impression that UUituhing pills was as simple a matter aa matching 'ribbons.— Springfield Homo- To 'in H ,°,°» i m' I l^.Vf hell '5. or 1 THJO MAU'TKK OF du.yfor, deceased. of the abovo "SiS^V™^s» S Ul ^ tvlJ f aiB *^«?il»»«l-ier. bonds re- be- term of said court, ftt ' T,n appearance the ordinary truffle is about the size of a walnut, with a rough, brown, warty surface, closely akin to the potato, which it likewise resembles in consistency, though not in color. The }argea<; b,«i?ding that ever was ^f«p|ed was the machine gallery at the Paris exhibition, which was exactly a. quarter of a- mile }n length, with a span # a(!0 feet. ' Pope never could compose well with,' out first declaining for some time at tho, top of his voice, and thus rousing hii} iwmmBayBtea"-""' '""" The Evolution of tho Sword. As men in early times fought hand to hand, the oldest specimens of the sword are short; in fact, the sword is probably but an evolution of the club, which at first made of hard wood was gradually sharpened on one and then on both sides, so as to inflict a more deadly wound! Even today we find some savage races employing wooden weapons. Wood gave way to stone, which in turn was displaced by bronze, i ron and finally steel. . The sword increased in length as men became more civilized and showed a disposition to fight farther away from each other, which required more dexterity in the use of the weapon. Some specimens we have of swords of the Middle Ages are almost if not quite as long as ftie war riors who wielded them. During the Fifteenth century the science of fencing was invented, when the sword in the form of a rapier reached the highest point of development.—Kate Field's Washington. UimsUod 'Sympathy. I cannot touch a piece of velvet with niy fingers or permit the furry side of a peach skin to touch my lips without ex, jicritmcing, immediately a sort of cold chill all over my person. It is not so very severe, but it is unpleasant. Still I would prefer to living forever under the ban of such a chill than to be compelled to meet once a day one of those oleaginous bundles of insincerity and pretense, tho unctuous and effusive chap who thinks you uro not properly treated and. never loses an opportunity to tell you so. Of course I am aware I am not properly appreciated, but I detest being told of the ftict by another person, who never lifts a finger in iny behalf, and ^yho only WHga h.ia tongue in my favor when I am by to see him do it.—Beta-pit Free Press. . A Public Duel. In the case of the trial for murder which is going on at Naples the deceased some time before his death fought a duel with a man who is now one of the prisoners. At the hearing the other day one of the witnesses, a government official, said that on the day of the duel he went with others to meet the carriages coming back, for "at Palermo every one knows everything, and the carriages returned as if from a festival, asA the people waited to see them." The public minister asked the witness how the news of the duel being about to take place was known to the public. Witness: "First by the Mafia in fixing on the place and hour. I have never seen such a duel; people went as if to a feast, and every one knew of it. Perhaps the circumstance that an officer was fighting had some influence; and that therefore the authorities did not prevent it."—London News. A Lawyer's Harvest. It is the man with the idea who develops his opulency today. A lawyer of this city not long since in three months persuaded all the manufacturers of a certain staple product in the eastern states to form a combine. He visited all of them and finally got them together and drew the articles of agreement. He joined about twenty-five concerns into a combination, with a capitalization of over a million. At the outset he claimed 3 per cent., and his realization for his three months' work was $80,000. This is a fact. Two New Haven concerns are in the combination.—New Haven Palladium. To Investigate the South Pole. Professor Nordenskjold, of arctio fame, will soon start from Australia in two small sailing vessels, having auxiliary steam power, for an exploration of the antarctic ocean, The vessels will be thoroughly equipped with every device found useful in ice navigation. The locality has not been visited since James Boss' expedition in 1841, although the English ship Challenger went as far south as latitude 05 degs. 43 min. in 1874. —Exchange. Hi'lplnu One Another. A seventh ward man rises in the early dawn of Monday morning and, does the family washing. Because his. wife has an organic heart trouble. After he goes to his daily toi), with the consciousness of having performed hi8d,uty, she goes over and does the washing for the winister'a The Beur Scures the Ranchers, There is a bear roaming the river bottoms in the vicinity of Linda that, when it sees a man, rises on its hind legs and begins to dance. It is thought the creature must have escaped from some gypsies who recently passed through the town. Many of the ranchers living near there are so frightened that they sleep in their windmills at night.—San Francisco Cull, The vote of a Riley county (Kan.) inau was challenged because he had been in the penitentiary seven times. He waj-i,. however, equal to. the emergency. He produced, the pardoning papers fo* each offense. S»lr » Dogr He.M,)<l Serpent. For orerayear there have been ru-' mors regarding the existence of a large serpent at Lake Kenosha, three miles west of Danbury, but every one wfto heard the story received it with incredulity. But the rumor grew in spite of skepticism, and the thoughtless were forced finally to admit that perhaps there vras something in it. •Friday Edward M. Baldwin and George Downs were fishing in the lake. Both are elderly business men and opposed to notoriety in every way. They were engaged in hauling in fish, when suddenly to the west of them a huge head poked itself out of the water and contemplated the fishermen. This was thirty feet away from their boat. One of the men said it was not unlike the head of a pug dog, but dark brown or black in color. Both the fishermen lost interest in their fishing and fastened their attention on the serpent. After viewing the fishermen for a few minutes the serpent moved toward them some ten feet, and his entire body was seen on the surface of the water. It was from fifteen to twenty feet long and moved slowly and easily, in the manner of a huge snake. It took a second view of the fishermen for a few seconds and then dived. The sight unnerved the fishermen at first, but they resolved to get a nearer look. They saw the serpent perhaps half a dozen times, but were unable to secure a closer inspection of it. The story has been corroborated with more particulars by John Clark, a hotel proprietor, Theodore Clark, the big box manufacturer, and many others who have seen the serpent. These men say the serpent is as thick as a dog's body.-— Cor. Hartford Courant. a asa We are still selling, 25 per cent, below cost, Former Now. Which sold for price. $3,50 $2,10 ~ ' ~ 1.75 1.50 1.25 3.00 2.75 2.25 Which sold for $4.50 $2.75 3.25 2.50 1.75 1.50 Which sold for Heinombnr we are not soiling a few old pair but our entire stock of shoes goes at these Langdon & Hudson. SEEDS, SEEDS! Timothy seed, Red clover seed, Mammoth clover seed, White clover seed, Oil cake meal, Lawn and orchard grass, German millet seed, Alsyke seed, Blue grass seed, Red top seed, , Canada field seed, Stock food, Seed flax, seed wheat, Seed oats, seed corn, AT J. J. WILSON'S. Cloths and Trimmings. J. K. FILL & SON, Merchant Tailors A full stock of cloths and trimmings always kept on hand, and furnished at an low rates as CMI bo bought elsewhere. All work clone promptly. • WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. Come and'see us before placing your order. It will be to your advantage. X. do SO1T. THE TROTTING STALLION, Byron Sherman NO. 5877. Sired by Saturn No. 2005. Dam Kitty Clyde by Pascas 2500, he by Almont a;i. y y 4 Byron Sherman has trotted miles from 2:27 to 2:2fiJ4; half miles from 1:12 to 1 :10. This horse weighs 1210 pounds, is of nice color, very handsome and of good size, and is a trotter as well as trotting bred. Traces directly from both sire and dam to Hambleton- iau and Imp. Messenger. SERVICE FEE, $25 THE SEASON. Will stand at Algona, Iowa. J. A., PETER, and FRANK WINKEL, Owners. ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THIS DISTRICT COURT OP KOSSUTH County, lowa.-Mrs. Sarah B, Fuller against J.Voluey Swotting and Tho American Emigrant Company. To said defendants: You are hereby not!lied that a petition of the plaintiff in the above entitled action is now illed in the olllce of the clerk of said district court, claiming of ymi that she is tho absolute and unoualllled owner of the east half of Section No. Eleven, in i 0 "?,',?? 1 !' No - Ninety-eight north of Range No. Thirty west of tho 5th P. M., and asking that her title thereto be quieted in her: and unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the next May term of said district court, to bo begun and liolden at the court house in Algona, in said county, on the Kith day of May, 181)3, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon. „.. GEO. E. CLARKE, st * Plaintiff's Attorney. SjSyeral days ago » chilcj was bitten, in the finger by » W a ^ 6p ia ey ^ Madison, ind. A feyrVuys later the little pne's aria, began to swelj an4 deatk L. LESSING, Algonu, Iowa.

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