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THE UPPEK JDES MOINES; ALGONA, 1OWA V WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 189& The Wetmore Truss THIS TRUSS klURDRRS MSI I WEAR THE WSIMORB TRUSS A truss embodying the sym- plicity and durability of all other trusses, and yet unlike any of them. The most simple truss ever made. Is practically indestructible—wears forever. Made on strictly hygienic principles— no cumbersome springs to pass around the body. It gives perfect freedom of action without the slightest movement of the truss. Does n'ot take one-half the pressure to hold the rupture that the old styles take. Holds the rupture easily, yet firmly and surely. It stays just where It Is placed. The cheapest high-grade truss yet produced. It Is absolutely guaranteed to fit and hold the hernia with comfort, or money refunded. Don't buy any other truss before trying this For sale and guaranteed by W. J. Studley, PHARMACIST, Boston Bloclc, ALGONA, IA. $14, $15, and $16.50 Suits Your choice of the store (except blacks;) good assortment; all this season's goods, $11.75. First come first served. (HI, $12, and Nothl , n g re : S-ioVn A ., served, your ^P 13.50 SllltS, choice, $8.90. Good Enough for Most Anybody. $9 and $10 Suits, Good staple, honest Goods, Choice THE BIG KRAFT CLOTHING CO.'S Y s '7woT JUNE OLEfVRINO Sf\LE> JUNE 22 TO JULY 4. Some choice patterns .... $5.90 Cut prices on every suit in the stose, and many suits will be sold for only a fraction of their real value. DEWEY SOUVENIR like cut to each customer purchasing $i worth or more. Some i?i shirts for 6gc. One lot of 500 straw hats at 350; 250 bow ties, string ties, silk, 90. All kinds of furnishings and shoes in odds and ends at real bargain prices. $5, $6, and $7 Suits, Choice, nothing reserved. Big Bargains. Proportionate Reductions In Boys' and Youths' suits. It will pay anybody to Lay in a Supply. XRfVFT CLOTHING GO. RAILWAY TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. MOAT, TRAINS WEST. No.l departs at " °£am No. 3 departs at J.58 pin Freights that carry passengers- No. 93 departs at •i-'ao No. 71 departs at s^o No. 05 departsat S.JO TRAINS EAST. ,„,No. 2 departs at ' No.4 departs at Freights that carry passengeis- ....... No. 70 departsat No.04 departs at CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. South- Freight ., Pass North— ...11:30 a m Mixed 7:30 a m 7:05 a m Freight 12:15 pm Pass 2:40 pm Bicycles Repaired, Lawn Mowers 22 Sharpened, :.nMixe<..io-5opm Arrive at Des Moines at 12:15 p.m., 0:15 p. m., and 1:20 a. m. P . H . VESPEK. Agent. THE LOCAL FIELD. REPAIRED AND Saws Filed, J. L. EDMONDS, ALGONA, IOWA. Two doors south of U. D. M. office. Tas. -A.. Orr, Painter, Paper Hanger KALSOMINER, SIGN AND CARRIAGE PAINTER. Postal card orders will receive prompt attention. JAS. A. ORR. One Hundred Dollars- Is offered to any person who can duplicate the CIGAR FOR 5 CENTS. SCHU & WATERHOUSE, makes 2 gallons of the VERY BEST PAINT In the.WOULD < for 13.10 or ROW vw* No BBTXSB Paint can be made*! ANX COBt, ttUd la oo,, F.HAMMAR PAINT CO,, St.UQMlOt MP. Bold and guwwitee4 by Dealer lu Lumber, Grain, Coal, Paints, Oils, etc., IBVINGTON, IOWA. Remember the Nashville Students Friday evening. Olt turned dry just in time. It always does up here in God's country. Button's Irvington store sets the pace on flour. Note the prices. Gilmore's grocery is handling the Farmers' Milling company flour. Read the list of first-class farm machinery Geo. M. Johnson handles. Mrs. C. W.Parker and her daughter, who lives at Bancroft, are both sick at home. Frank Bankson and Bertha Krahn were married by Rev. Day last Thursday evening. Yesterday was the longest day of the year. The days begin now to grow shorter again. The subscription list for the new Presbyterian church'in Algona is making its rounds. Mrs J C. Raymond fell in her home one day last week and suffered a severe but not dangerous injury. Children's day exercises will be observed at 11 o'clock Sunday in the Congregational church. All are invited to attend. We have a new picture of the famous McCormack machinery this week. You can see the real article at Jones Wigwam. The Kraft clothing store is arranging to give its customers a handsome Dewey souvenir at its big clearing sale, advertised this week. The Presbyterian ladies will serve ice cream and strawberries at the Grange hall Thursday evening, June 23. All are cordially invited. May averaged 59* degrees, about normal. The average rainfall was 4.07 inches, a little above normal. May was a good average Iowa month. Thos. Sherman, the genial Bancroft banker, was a pleasant caller yesterday. He says this is a great year for Bancroft and the country about. Our Whittemore boys are too fast for them at Armstrong. Clarence Bailey was taken before the mayor for fast riding in the streets and fined »5. The ladies of the Episcopal church give ice cream and social entertainment on Geo. E. Clarke's lawn Wednesday evening, June 29. All are invited. Rev. Day is off totheEpworth league assembly at Colfax. He will preach Sunday in Algona on "The Greatness of Jesus" and " It is None of Your Business." There have been a number of calls at the postoffice for blanks on which to bid for the new war bonds. Algona will bid on a number of thousands of dollars. Senator T. D. Healey was married at Washington, D. C.. Thursday. He goes to Europe for a wedding trip. The report that he will leave Fort Dodge is unfounded. Letters from J. W. Hinohon indicate that he don't like the old country even a little bit. If it were not for the looks of it he would come home much sooner than he planned. The Algona harp orchestra had a serious time of it going to Livermore after the big storm. The boys had to turn back for three closed bridges and didn't reach town till after dark. Work has begun on the railway from Hayfield in Hancock. The Armstrong Journal says 20 miles will be bunt, bringing it into Buffalo township. That Garner railway seems to be a go. Fred. Clark is about, and as full of energy as ever. Fred, has bad several serious times, but be always comes out. He is going to live yet to become one of tbe business successes of northern Iowa. Tb,e Ladies' Aid society of Irvington will hold a picnic in Mann's grove on the 4th. Ice cream and other refreshments will ho sold on the grounds. An interesting program is being prepared. Everybody is invited. The board of supervisors in Hancock have a three weeks job hearing testimony as to 500 or 600 alleged fraudulent entries on both the petition and remonstrance in the Hancock county seat fight. It is very close. Peter Winkel's house shines in new paint, also the Langdon homo, also S. D. Drake's home, also Lan Kuhn's home, also tho Kossuth County State bank front, also T. H. Lantry's home, also H. W. Walston's home. Sunday services at the Baptist church 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Morning theme: "Does Liberal Giving Pay?" Evening: "Self-Interest as a Motive in Morals." This will be the second in the series on "Motives in Morals." E. H. Clarice was in Mankato, Minn., Monday to try tho divorce case brought by Fred. Paine, formerly of Burt. Mr. Clarke was Mrs. Paine's attorney, and was prepared to defend. After a day of figuring the plaintiff dismissed his suit. ing decided to make a canvas of Algona to see if lodging places can bo so- cured for from COO to 800 teachers before deciding to try to entertain tho northwestern association next spring. Prof. Spencer has taken an active interest in the mutter, and is entitled to the thanks of tho community for securing us tho chance. All should hear in mind that tho teachers pay for their lodgings and board. Finest Hath Room lit Town. Cnll at Carl Waugo's harbor shop at tho Galbraith corner for a bath in a handsome porcelain lined tub, and uso soft water. Only bath rooms in Algona using soft water. -1412 INTERNATIONAL Christion Endeavor convention at Nashville, July 5-12. One regular first class faro plus $2 for the round trip. The gun club held a big shoot Wednesday, and B. W. Haggard won away the prize modal, while Earl Tennant relieved Mr. Smith of the booby. Earl says some one else will get it today, or all signs'fail. The club shoots every Wednesday afternoon. The summer school opened Monday with 25 students. Next week a large number of schools close and a much bigger attendance will be in. Profs. Spencer, Brown, and Byers will do the teaching mainly, Miss Stephens taking some classes. It is an able corps. Lieut. Randall gives our readers another interesting sketch of life in camp this week. He is also regimental correspondent for the Des Moines Capital, for which i.e is doing good work. If he proves as good a fighter as he is writer, he will come back a major general. The work of excavating for the new church is getting well along. W. P. Jones has filled in his lots with tho dirt, Marv. Cady is grading up, and the city is using a lot on the low streets. The contractor is expected this week. He will bring his family to Algona. Men-it Turner was in Algona yesterday and went to Mason City last night. He expects to be in Algona today or tomorrow with blanks for enlistment. He will take all who offer for the war. It is expected that Ernest Raymond will go south with the first deta.chment of volunteers, and that ho will get away this week. The visitors to the Grand army encampment had an enjoyable time. J. R. Laird was chosen alternate delegate to the national edcampment, which is to be held in Cincinnati in September. He says he will plan to go. Dr. McCoy and S. Benjamin are also listed. The next state encampment will be held at Waterloo. Frank Jenkinson, Lou Millen, and Chas. Laage were in Lu Verne yesterday to buy blooded stock. Mr. Jenkinson got a bull calf and Mr. Millen a heifer, both very highly bred. Mr. Laage was simply posting himself on fine cattle. Mr. Jenkinson is getting a prize herd on his Union farm, and Lou Millen is keeping the poor farm stock up to grade. John C. Patterson hands us a Cuthbert, Ga., paper containing the following item of interest: Mr. John Wallace of Algona, Iowa, has returned to the city. Tt is quite likely that Mr. Wallace will remain here permanently. He is very much interested in dairying and thinks Cuthbert a splendid opening. Our people are becoming alive to this subject, which, if inaugurated, would mean much for Cuthbert and Randolph counties. a Wnittcd. Will pay 90 cents a dozen for live pigeons delivered before next Wednesday. HAURY MOORE, Mgr. Gun Club. LADIES' collars and cuffs, all colors at Galbraith & Co.'s. WE would suggest to all our customers, who have bought machines of us, to look out for their twine at once as twine is becoming scarce in market and daily advancing in price. I4tf ' G. M. JOHNSON. Now is the time, Our store the place for ti Fruit If you want to do some canning see us before you buy. We will make you very close prices on anything you want. SEE the carpet add of Galbraith's. AViuitoa. A competent girl to do housework. 14tl MRS. GARDNER COWLES. Cowles' Block, No. 8. James Patterson. IP you want to get into the Yeomen lodge at Algona without paying a membership fee, you want to get a hustle on. The charter closes next Monday. You can get the celebrated Trogan shirt waist at Galbrnith & Co.'s. WANTED— Girl for general house- work.-14tl MRS. GEO, C. CALL. GRACE A. OWENS, teacher of artistic piano playing, (Mason system of tech- nic.) Residence at Matthew Riley's, near the Catholic church. -12t4 WE have received the largest shipment of linolium that was ever received in the city before, and we are prepared to make you prices. All nice patterns. G. L. GALURAITH & Co. Another Lot of tlioso special heavy "Rochester" duiry pails just rec'd. They are tho most durable pail that we have over boon nblo to got. Wo charge you no more for them than you pay 1'or an ordinary pail. Wo have the same heavy puil with copper bottom, which makes nn ideal water pnil. Along with this lot of pails we received several of those special heavy tin and copper boilers which have bo como so popular. If you have had trouble with cheap boilers lot us show you a good one. a. HARDWARE. Minnesota We have some special bargains in Minnesota lands, improved and unimproved. Now is the time to got a good farm for a little money. We pay car fare to all actual purchasers. Just now we can make real estate loans at vevv low rates. Come and see us. DlNGLEY & COOK, SHEET music— all the latest songs — 3ft off . 'DlNGLEY &PUGH. Rod. Jain was down Monday and reports that the gopher picnic at J, H. Grover's was a big success Saturday, in spite of the big Friday night rain storm. The mud was so deep in Algona Saturday morning that no one thought the picnic would be held. But the roads dried rapidly and the crowd was enthusiastic. The Portland picnics are great occasions, and next time we will all go, rain or shine. SEE our fine line of teas at the old prices. M. Z. GROVE & SON. THE Mason City Brick and Tile Co. makes the best drain tile and hollow building tile in the world and lowest prices. P. O. B. any station. FOR sale cheap: A second-hand binder, never been used enough to hurt it. 13 C. M. DOXSEE. DON'T forget Cannon Chop tea— spld only by M. Z. GROVE & SON. ALL women should strive to be beautiful. Beauty rules mankind. Rocky Mountain Tea brings a creamy-rich, blooming complexion. Ask your druggist. __ _ _ At Way Dowit Prices. Best Eldorado Castor machine oil at 30 cents a gallon. Also harness, fly nets, dusters, and all kinds of horse clothing at correspondingly low prices. At my harness shop, opposite Tennant house. —13 W. J. CRAMMOND. THERE'S scarcely a disease that constipation will not bring. Kills you little by little. Rocky Mountain Tea positively cures. Ask your druggist. Summer Footwear.__ Soft, easy, and cool. We have just what you want in this line. Ladies'Slippers and Oxfords—nice ones—at $1.00. Prettier and better ones at $1.50 to $2.50. Men's Fine Lace Shoes tans and chocolates, at $2.00 ta $5.00. Plow Shoes, Working Shoes, light and easy—ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. Brownell & Allred, Exclusively Boots and Shoe?, Boots and shoes Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. repaired and made to order. The Kossuth Presbyterian ministers were at Armstrong last week. Rev. Ollieranshaw of Algona did not attend. Revs. Kruse of Germania, Williams of Bancroft, Kelly and Belle of Hurt, and Feather of Swan Lake attended this meeting. Also Rev. Hostetler, president of Buena Vista college of Storm Lake, came along. A meeting was held in the evening. Addresses were made by Revs. Kelly, Bells, and Hos- I tetter. The citizens' meeting Friday eyejj- WHY use inferior goods and imitations of coffee when Chase & Sanborn's coffees are cheapest? 46 FOR time loans on real estate apply at Kossuih County State Bank. MONEY—On first mortgages. Money—On second mortgages. Money—On short time. Money—At lowest rates. Money—Geo. 0, 0»1\, his lumber of am 'spon&ible. concert* a! nofc pay 1 ion d mater j£U buy in thed Vou what you 'paying for, Ci i~ * w • * our yard m and inspect steiinch.rellafclefeu111w»i La*h;3hta$^,$a^,aoon$, C^ym stucco arra Lime $&l l QW&$t&nq& AN elegant lluu of surreys and buggies iust received by G, M. Johnson, of J. L.£lark, Qshlmsb, Wi». A bargain for CI HAVE the famous Rookfprd leather nets, the best on earth; can give you bottom prices on light double harness ' single harness. P. B. Avjsy, in *' Opposite postottioe.