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DPMffi MOINES ALGONAj IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1898, BANCROFT TO HAVE RACES A FEATtJBE OP TIE OE1.BBRATION Sofhe Ottfectedj tint the Horsemen Won Out—Miscellaneous News From All tlie Obttnty. Bancroft's facing meet will be par of the Fourth of July celebration Some of the horsemen objected* becaus BO many horses will be at other town • then. But the celebrators won out The program is as follows: SATURDAY, JUJ-iY 2. Pony race, half inlle repeat 8 30 Running race, half mile repeat 101 Novelty running, Jfc mile 12' Three-minute trot, mile or pace, 3 in S 10P MONDAY, JULY 4. Mule race, half mile dash 1» Running, half mile repeat 10( Running, throe-fourths mile repeat 101 Running, one mile repeat 15( Free-for-all trot or pace 150 Jjedynrd Xicnder. A base ball mooting was called Mon day evening and partial arrangements were perfected for a base ball club this season. F. S. Jenks was elected captain and U. S. Clark manager. E. H. Stephens with his long pacers, new buggy, and faithful old hunting dog "Spot" took a trip out In the country. After getting pretty well out or tha prairie Earl thought hlsdoglooked rather tirod so ho stopped and went around behind his buggy and lifted the dog in to give him a ride. Before Earl could got in and buckle himself onto the "ribbons" the pacers commenced to pace and paced around in about a four tnilo circle, coming back about whore they started from and wore caught. Luckily no damage was done. I,tvo With Us and Wenr IMniuonds. Wosloy News: Attorney Follows was the recipient of a beautiful watch from his partner, Mr. Bonar of Algona the first of the week. It is a Walt 1mm, 17- jeweled, and with chain and charm is worth about $55. Wanted Strychnliio. Wesley News: Charley Carman was in trouble again last Friday. While out with his friends last Thursday night some one either relieved him of his watch or ho lost it. He brought suit against one of his associates for stealing it, but was beaten and so he made up his mind to take strychnine and end all his trouble, but his friends pursuaded him not to take the poison. Hurt Monitor. Mr. and Mrs. Will Chipman have erected a beautiful granite stone to the memory of her mother, Mrs. Almira Davison. Stephen Sharp went to Chicago last Thursday to have his neck operated on. The doctors decided it was not a cancer, but equally as dangerous. The operation was successful. Mr. Nicholson remained with him until Sunday night, when he returned home, reaching here Monday morning. Jju Verne News. George W. Hanna has set out 100 elms, 50 evergreens and a number of apple trees on his fine property in the north part of town. George has the finest residence in this part of Iowa and he is going to have the grounds compare with his house. The following are the names of those who will be in the new band that Geo. Tiss is organizing: W. F. Godfrey, Frank Chapman, Al. Lovell, George Winter, Joe Lichty, Allie Barton, Lloyd Niver, Oliver Luchsinger and Ernest Ford. Tho five last named boys have new horns. Cutting; Affray Near IjU Verne. Last Friday afternoon a cutting fracas occurred at the Tilson bridge north of Livermore. Mike Wagner, John Myers and Ed. Bohlman were at Livermore and on returning Wagner and Myers got out on the bridge. A tight ensued and Myers was the best man. After pounding Wagner he w"as going to throw him off the bridge when Wagner drew a jack-knife and slashed Myers across the abdomen, Myers was at once brought to Lu Verne and the yvound dressed. The News says: He is not dangerously cut and will soon re cover. Wlilttemore Champion. Fred Munch, former clerk in Goed* ers', returned to Edgerton last Thurs day. He seems to be'prospering, as he has a half interest in a foundry ant machine shop, besides having a gooc position in a mercantile establishment. Martin HoiiBtcUer Dead. Martin Bonstetter, Sr., one of the pioneers of Garfield township, died May 10, and was buried in West Bend Friday. The Journal says: "Mr. Bon- stetter was one of the first settlers of Garfield, coming from Clayton county back in the sixties. He was 73 years old at the time of his death. He leaves a wife and an adopted son and many Other relatives in Garfield township to mourn his death." Bancroft Register. Surveyor Tellier was up Wednesday surveying Ramsey street, the council intending to establish a grade thereon, between the tracks and Summit avenue. We beg to retract all the mean things we've said about the hub in connection with the electric light question. P. M. Barslou aud S. W. Crowell, attorneys-at-law, returned from Des Moiaee yesterday qualified to practice in any court in the state. They took their examinations before the supreme court the first of the week and were by tha.t body deemed qualified and admitted to practice. _^ Wesley New?, The marriage of Wai. Andorfer and Mary Garmaa was announced from the Catholic pulpit at Rahm last Sunday and will fake place there on the 23d lost. The young couple are well and favorably known and have many friends Jq this vicinity, Mr. Andorfev has a posy little home at R^hm, at which ,pia0e he has Jiv&d mauy years, Wftile boring a well for Ja^ob, John- son last week, George Flack found a piece of log over six Inches through when at a depth of 110 feet. George says the piece has been perfectly preserved and If it were dry would be as sound as any ordinary piece of wood. Peter Shabln was here from Sexton last Saturday, showing his brother, Garret, from Bazine, Kansas, around. Garret is making a general visit to all his relatives and old friends and went from here to Wisconsin. He says the trip will require a ride of about 2,000 miles. Mr. Shabin was here 29 years ago when there was ho sign of Sexton; when Wesley had just started, and Algona was not much bigger. Mr^ Shabin can well notice the vast amount of improvements that have been going on In Kossuth county in the last scoreand six years, and says It Is a wonderful change, but he would not exchange his Kansas property for land here. Ho says he has lived in the "starvation country" 19 years, but is not starved out yet. Swen City nernld. Swoa township is now advertising for bids for building a school house on section 20. The Swea City creamery put in anew separator the first of the week. The now one is a " Springer" similar to the Danish, having tho latest improvements, and a little larger capacity. Wesley Reporter. Martin Hiihm marketed 600 bushels of flax In Soxton this week, for which ho received $1.25 per bushel. Gcorgo and Mary Johnson and Miss Avoy of Algona visited with Mrs. Joseph Cosgrovo last Sunday. L. D. Unas had tho county surveyor down last Tuesday and laid out a ten acre addition to Sexton north of Frank Hedrick's residence, and already several lots have been sold. Among the number is Ed. Johnson, who will erect a building to be used as a general store. Wo are told the building will be put up at once. Gornmiilu Standard. German Valley will hold their annual picnic June 4. Along list of amusements are being arranged such as loreo races, ball game, foot races, bowery dance, and many other sporting and pleasure past-times. Lawn tennis is the go in Germania. There is but one set in the limits, but lix or eight have taken a share in tho outfit, and are out every night playing, With a base ball team and lawn tennis .he pleasure seekers should enjoy them- lelves this summer. BIG BATTLE IN HANCOCK, IS A BED-HOT OOtffiTY SEAT FIGHT, TO BE A MODEBN EDIFICE. (Co';c'"^':dfrom .flfth pcne.) nace room which is under the main auditorium, to the reception room on he north, to the dining room immedi- itely under the Sunday school assemb- y room, and to tho kitchen on the outh. A hall runs across the west end if the dining room making it possible o lock these apartments when not in use, and still preserve communication Detween the two sides of the basement. On the south the basement hall opens o the ladles' toilet room to the west, ,nd on the north the basement hall pens to the gentlemen's toilet in the ame direction. These are both placed nder the main auditorium. The basement is well lighted and will be a great onvenience for the purposes to which ; is designed. Mention cannot,be made in detail of he finishing and furnishing. But it is ife to eay they will be in keeping with le general character as outlined in his discription. Wiring for electricity and pipingfor as will render it possible to use either ght as desirable. Bids will doubtless be opened May 23, nd It is the wish of all Algona, no oubt, that the committee will be able to let the contract within the figures set as limiting the cost of the enterprise. When completed Algona will be possessed of as fine a church as that sheltering any congregation in northern Iowa. ALGONA WILL SOON BE LIGHTED. The City Will Take Steps Tonight Toward Inaugurating an Electric .Light System. The city council meets tonight to arrange for boilers and for the new electric light and pumping house, and to hear the report of the visiting committee on electric light plants. Engineer Foster, the new superintendent of public works, came yesterday and will be present to make suggestions. Plans for the building are already about completed, and bids for construction will be advertised for p.tonce. The committee that will report on electric light apparatus is F. H, Vesper Dr. Sayers, Alex. White, H. A. Pulne and Walter Steb.blns. They went to Webster City Saturday noon, and from there to Ames, Boone, and Nevada. They will report tonight on dynamos, etc. They think the Ames plant the best they saw. They estimate the cost of a plant for Algona at about $12,000, possibly some less. The council will tonight arrange to get prices on engines and dynamos, and purchases will be made as soon as the building is ready. It is the expressed intention to buy nothing but the best machinery and to got everything big enough BO that additions will not haye to be made.. IP you have idle money why not have it where it will earn you something. Interest paid on time deposits. 45 GEO. O. CALL. CONSTIPATION neglected or badly treated leads to total disability or ieath. Rooky Mountain Tea absolute- y cures constipation in all its forme. The Climax to Come In .Inne, "When the Board Will Consider Petition and Remonstrance. The county seat war in Hancock county progresses. It will culminate in a pitched battle at the June meeting of the board of supervisors. At that time the names on the petition and remonstrance will be counted. Brltt has the petition. This asks that the supervisors submit the relocation of the county seat to vote. Garner has the remonstrance. This asks that the question be not submitted to vote. Britt has the heavy end of the fight, because the law provides that a man who signs both the petition 'and remonstrance shall bo counted only on the remonstrance. Brltt has several hundred more names than enough, but how many of them Garner can got on the remonstrance Is to bo found out. Britt proposes, if tho question Is submitted to vote, to give $25,000 and a $5,000 silo for a new court house, and to ask the people to locate at Britt. Brltt Is In tho center of the county. Garner proposes, If the question is not submitted to vote, and tho county seat is left where it is, to annex Concord, the county seat town a mile and a half out, relocate the court house up town, and build a $25,000 building on a £5,000 site.. Garner is on tho enst side of tho county. Brltt says Garner cannot legally annex Concord and relocate the court house without a vote of the people. Garner says Brltt's bond to glvo $25,000 is worthless, and Britt says Garner borrowed its $30,000 from Mason City for ten days to make a bluff with. Garner snys Britt is a mud hole. Britt says Garner would beone-ifit had any learns on its streets. In tho midst of this internecine strife Bailey shines like a light house in a fog. He contributes from one to five columns a week. The following is a fair sample of his references to Garner: Poor, poor Garnerl What a pity to awaken her from theletharglc sleep of the last decadel Return to thy slumbers, oh sons of silence! Fold thy robes about thy shrinking reclining form, oh sable sons of rest! Rest weary pilgrims from thy diligent, unrequited days of toil, and vain delusive circumambula- tion to and fro. Down to thy weary couch, like tho poor spanked child, penitent, yet emitting involuntary sighs of grief ns smartest now thy troubled slumbers, thy tender tingling flesh. Yes, lay down you gpl darned pig-headed sons of belial, the stuffing was knocked out of you before you started. Dead men have no right to kick. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Harry Wilson was a visitor last week. Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Thos. F. Cooko's mother, is homo from her Wisconsin visit. Mrs. Frank Nicoulin went to Minneapolis last night with her husband to make a visit, Mrs. F. E. Day was called to Ida Grove last evening by the death of her grandmother. Frank Smith was up from Des Moinea last week on business. He still has a liking for Algona. Mrs. Dr. Glasier has gone to Riohland Center, Wis,, for a few weeks' visit with her parents. The children went with her. THE UPPER DES MOINES is bound to pronounce the spelling school Friday night ft great success, although a small audience was out. Clinton Nourse was up from Des Moines Thursday to see about making plans for the new school house. He is a son of Judge Nourse, and a skilled architect. Mrs. C. E. Davenport has gone to Eldora for a long visit with her mother, and C. E. is living at the D. S. Ford home nights. Mrs. Davenport expects to be away until September. E. J. Murtagh came home Thursday from his North Dakota trip. He says the wheat boom has helped that country and that the prospect for this season is fine. He was all over the northwest while gone. For Fresh Fruits, Ice Cream, Soda Water, and Temperance Drinks of all Kinds, go to Rosewali's Restaurant The biggest stock of FINE CANDIES in Algona. Full stock of Bread, Pies, Cakes, etc., always on hand. Also a full line of Home-made Cookies. Wedding Cakes a Specialty. Everything that can be found in a first-class bakery and restaurant is always to be had of us. C. N. ROSE WALL. FURNITURE. Finest Stock in the State. Best Quality, Most Artistic Lowest Prices. DRAPERIES. LATEST IMPORTATIONS in laces and muslins. Silks for portiers and draperies. Tapestry and rope curtains. CHASE & WEST, 712-714 Walnut Street. DES MOINES, IOWA. Refrigerators, Baby Carriages, Stoves, Carpets. Had to Pay the Note. When John Peterson, late livery man, went with Company F he owed the Thorington a $00 board bill, and settled it by getting his father, P. O. Peterson, to sign a note with him. After he had gone Landlord McMurray approached Mr. Peterson, senior, and he promptly denied the signature. Mr. MoMurray had F. M. Taylor go to him and he also to him denied having signed the note. The only thing left was to send for the boy, and Sheriff Christensen went to Des Moines Wednesday and arrested him, charged with forgery. He was no sooner brought back than the old gentleman recalled that he had signed the note, and that it was all right. John has always been well regarded in Algoiia, and it seems inexcusable that the old gentleman should have allowed his arrest. The general impression is that the old man thought the boy was gone, and that he could just as well evade the debt as not. John went to Des Moinos at once on his release and is again doing good military duty. Harry Lantry is up from Lincoln, Neb., for two weeks. Harry has been train dispatcher there ever since leaving Algona, the most responsible telegraphic position there is. He is an expert telegrapher. W. J. Studloy was called to western New York Friday night by a telegram announcing the death of his mother. She was about 70 years of age, a resident of Claverack. Mr. Studley will be gone about three weeks. Rev. Day was in Des Moines Thursday arranging details of the coming Colfax Epworth League meeting. He says the Methodists have an offer of the big Colfax hotel and grounds at a very low price, and that they may buy and make a sanitarium. Mrs. Nannie Setchell went to Minneapolis last week to see Carl off to the war. He is in the regiment that goes to California for service in the Philippines. He and Charley Chubb were in the university battalion and both enlisted. When the governor refused to take the battalion, Carl joined one of the regular national guard regiments, but Charlie waited. Mrs, Setchell very much regrets to have her son go, but gave her consent when he asked it. Local Market Prices. Hay is up with the rest. It has been bringing as high as $12 in Chicago, which means $8 on track in Algona. A. H. Paine still holds over 100 tons. Hogs reached $4 the past week in Al§ ona. Wheat is worth $l@$1.10, oats 7, corn 28. SHEET music—all the latest songs— 88$ off. DiNGkEY & PUGH. The Summer School. Prof. Brown of Wesley and Prof. Byers of Bancroft were in Algona Saturday arranging with Prof. Spencer for their summer school which opens June 20 in the high school building in Algona and lasts six weeks. The purpose of this school is to fit young teachers for their work, and to give special instruction in the new branches now required by law. The school will close a week before Supt. Van Erdevvyck's institute opens and will be preparatory for it. Miss Hattio Stephens expects to give instruction in primary work. The corps of instructors is very strong and the school will be a great benefit. ASK to see Chase & Sanborn's 85-cent tea, equal to ordinary 50-cent. 46 USE Chase & Sanborn's coffee—the cheapest coffee on the market. 46 One Hundred Dollars Is offered to any person who can duplicate the CIGAR FOR 5 CENTS. SCHU & WATERHOUSE, SHELLY & PETTIBONE, Head Stones Monuments, JSBfSee us before you contract. LOOK TO YOUR EYES. Opthalmlc Optician. The most difficult cases of children a specialty Do your eyes ache, smart, water, become inflamed, or pain In the eyeball, orbit, temple or orehead? If so you should consult a competent optician, with the latest scientific method of correcting all errors of refraction. Exam- nation and consultation free. Office over E. J. Gllmore's store, Algona, Iowa. gallon of PUBE UNSEED OIL mixed with a gallon of makes 2 gallons of the VERY BEST PAINT Ja the WOULD tor *2.40 or LADENDORFFS Ice Cream Parlor And Lunch Room. Now located in old postofUce bujlding, one door west 01 ^"" x ^ % —i—"'- 1 of roar paint bill. Is FAB MOEB DUBABLB than Purs WHITE LaiD and la ABSOLUTELY NOT POISONOUS. HAMMAB PAINT is made of tho BEST o» PAINT SU- TBBLVM-Wch as all good pointers use, and K ground THICK, via* THICK. No trouble to mix. any boy can do It. It is the COMMON SENSE 01 HOCSB PAIHI. No SETIKR point cau bo made at *NX cost, and to mm* Noz to OBAO«, BMWEB, Peer, or CHIP F.HAMMAR PAINT CO., 8t,l,OMl0, MO, Dealer io Lumber, Grain, Coal, Paints, ) etc., JBYJIJPTON, IOWA, MONTHLY SUFFERING. ^Thousands of women are troubled at monthly intervals with pains in the head, back, breasts, shoulders, sides hips and limbs. But they need not suffer, ^^^ These pains are symptoms of dangerous derangements that can be corrected. The menstrual function should operate painlessly. Wakes menstruation painless, and regular. It puts the delicate menstrual organs in condition to do their work properly, And that stops all tttls pain. Why will »ny woman suffer month after month when Wiue of Cardui will relieve her? It costs $1,00 at the drug store. Why don't you get a bottle to-day? For advice, to cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, «Tfae ladies' Advisory Pepartment," The Medicine , Tenn. .tttfttfftt ROZENA LEWIS., . °! Oenavlll*, w*» troiiWsd M ' rrible palni Co., «if PROFESSIONAL. '*^~**~~**~*~r*-^^*+s-* —S^Wx^-^-x^-s. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbralth's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxie-Fereuson bl jck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LA W, Algona, Iowa. J. O. RAYMOND. B. F. BEED. B. O. RAYMOND Raymond, Reed & Raymond, ATTORNEYS AT LA W, Office over Durdall's store, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. F. L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Omce and reMdencejn ^Boston Block. H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. __ Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. H. D. SPENCER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sexton. Iowa. DR. MARGARET E. COLES, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence In Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. E. S. GLASIER, D. D. S.,. SURGEON DENTIST, Office over the State Bank. Algona, Iowa. DENTIST. A. L. Rim\ D. D. S. Local anaesthetic foi deadenlnc m gums when extracting teelh. pain In SHERIFF'S SALE Dunlap, Maggie wart'inan, NortTernlfcumbei. on the 4th A'Bona county of Kossuth, Iowa, on day of June, A. D. 1808, between Win 0 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p m on slYrt rf Witness my hand this 5th day of Ma SHERIFF'S SALE. hereby given that bv - e ttuta, lu favor of The Connecticut^ Mutual Hf« »« plaintiff, Qu will Uovu of " kuud this 5th day of May 1808 », , jowa. /.,

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