* tJPPEB BJ3S MOlNEBi ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY* SEPTEMBER 28, 1898, SOME UNRIVALLED ATTRACTIONS AT THE CALL OPERA HOUSE. Arrangements have been completed for the BEST COURSE OF ENTERTAINMENTS ever presented'in Algona. FIRST-BOSTON LADIES' SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Second— Fred Emerson Brooks and Owen A. Smiley, « A combination of genius in poetry and song." Brooks, the California poet humorist, and Smiley the society entertainer and musical artist form one of the strongest combinations before the public. The famous promoter of the Chautauqua Circle, needs no introduction. You can't afford to miss the Bishop. The author pi so many poems that have sung their way into the hearts of the American people, will be here. Don't fail to hear this famous American. „,-».. Fifth—Dr. Willits, The Apostle of Sunshine. Wherever the words of this genial platform orator have been heard, the people have been made happier and better. Come and get pleasure tonic from Willits. This entire course of five numbers is offered at an extremely low pnce- ATT r^/~\T^ /~MVT1~^ 'T^v/^M T AD! Reserved seats 10 cents extra for each entertainment. Single tickets with ALL TDK UINC LJULLAK! reserved seat, 50 cents. Season Tickets Limited to 500. tirchestra Date November 1. Tickets mav be secured at the E. & F. drug store, or from the manager. The heavy expense of this course with its extremely low prices can be met only by an almost universal sale of tickets. The entertainments are offered in the belief that the people of Algona will sufficiently respond to meet the expense. _ _ _ _ __ _ MANAGER. DR. MOTE IN MINNESOTA. WOKKING THE SAME OLD GAME. Driven Out of Ledyard, He Turns Up iu Fairmont—General County News Notes. "Dr." Mote, late of Ledyard, is said to be faking up in Minnesota. Dr. Mote had a narrow escape from the clutches of the law here. He came to Ledyard as a physician, but word followed him that his license to practice had been revoked. County Attorney Raymond got out a warrant for him, but he got wind of it in some way and Sheriff Christensen did not catch him until be had crossed the state line. As the offense is not one for which a requisition would be issued by the governor, the matter was dropped. The Fairmont News notes the doctor's presence: It is reported to the News on what we believe to be good authority that a fakir calling himself Dr. Mote is traveling over the country and preying on the sick. He represents himself as having a hospital at Ledyard, lowaj which we are informed is .false, as he was driven from that town. \Vesley News, "The telephone poles have been distributed between Wesley and German Valley. There is talk of a 'phone to Ger mania also. A Britt man points with pride to the •fact that his wife has worn one bonnet for 25 years, The feelings with which the wife points to that husband have not yet been described. After a long suffering from blood poison Mrs, Ann McPbergon, wife of •the late Chas. McPherson, died at her lipme on the north side Sept, 20. Miss Ann." Brewer was born in the state of New York, Dec. 125, 1829, and moved to Qhjo, whore she was married to Chas. SlcPherson in 1846. They moved to Iowa and settled in Kossutb county in rJy days, ^^ im J. I, Kamrar of Webster OitjT way chicken hunting the last 01 . n • Weimer is building a modern Weetoek farm just west will also erect a commod- Tiir BoB8io£?R»B* °* jumi»»»w uentei Charles has decided to locate in the southwest and will make the change this fall. He has suffered more or less for two years with weak lungs, and a milder climate is expected will be of much benefit to him. The Burt peo- )le will wish him renewed health and lontinued prosperity in their new home. Geo. E. Marble has just finished tak- ng the census of Burt and also of the ndependent school district. The total population of the town is 474, and the jopulation of the independent^school district is 536. The population of the iovvu a year ago was 51 less, and the jopulation of the independent district a year ago was 77 less. The school census is 104 males, 82 females, a total of 186. Prod Myers Suicides. Burt Monitor: The name at the head of this article may not be familiar to all. He was a young man of some 26 years of age, and worked on the 'arm last season for Oscar Naudain and .ast spring for George Patterson. He .ately went to Ames and was attending College, A press dispatch sent from Ames says he shot himself in the temple and adds that " he was despond- nt." The general supposition here seems to be that he was disappointed in a love affair. He joined the Odd Fellows here and when the word was received, which was on Wednesday, G. V. Slade went down to see about matters. The parents of the unfortunate boy reside in Milwaukee, but Mr. Slade sent back word that the remains would be interred at Ames, Wlilttemore Clmmploii. Henry Will has recently completed a fine barn 48x56 on his farm in Lotts Creek. Mr. Shelly was over from Algona Thursday .and fixed up a tombstone which had been broken by stock. There is no excuse for such deatruc- ;ion in the cemetery if everyone when eaving would shut the gates properly. A lock should also be put on the gates. The Misses Kain and Miss McEnroe of Algona visited Misses Liddy and Hayes Saturday. They went to Ein- metsburg Sunday to attend church services. Swoa City Herald, A. Hutchison was up from Algona Monday and made arrangements to ulld a house on hie farm in section 16, r"ant township, The Bwea City creamery paid 17 cents for butter fat fop August, making about 64 cents for average milk. Harry Larson sold milk to the value of $76.85, leading all other patrons by about a third. ' „ New Telephone Company. Germaniu has organized a telephone company which will put ip its own line to German Valley and to neighboring points. It will doubtless connect with the Way lines at German, Valley, township toe ' , trip ermanla yesterday. He says up in Jnion slough he saw a flock of about 00 ducks, Jim Corey sold a ctibbnge on Wednes- lay that weighed 27* pounds. Who an beat that 1 ? Mr. Ole Johnson, who lives 12 miles lorthwest, was in town yesterday. Mr. "ohnson is preparing to build a barn 0x60 with 20-foot posts. Jacob Johnon has the contract. Gonmuila Standard. A farmer living near Elmore made a lovel and successful experiment one lay last week. He wanted to teach a ot of calves how to chew solid food, ind accordingly called out a number of lis daughters who were expert gum jhewers. The calves watched them or a moment or two and finally caught n, and up to date have not forgotten ihe lesson. LuVerno News. , A. L. Belton and wife, Phin King ind C. J. Dutton of Irvington went to Omaha Tuesday to take in the exposi- ion. Miss Genie Hanna left last week for ichool at Mt. Vernon, a fact we failed to mention in our last issue. Mrs. J. W. Buettner left Monday morning for Iowa City, where she will lave a large tumor removed which has )een growing for some time. Her many friends hope for asuccessful operation and a speedy return. Later: Word was received today that the operation would be performed on Saturday. Bancroft Register. Nels Martin left Tuesday morning or his home in Los Angeles,. Gal., hav- disposed very satisfactorily of most of lis property hereabouts. Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Benedict leave ioday for Chicago, where they will attend college during the coming year. Bancroft creamery paid 67 cents for ast month's milk. Seneca paid the same. Cards are out announcing the coming marriage of Henry W. Smith and Miss TenaKruse, daughter of F. F. Kruse, both of German township, the 25tb ol next month. Miss Gazelle Alcorn has been in a very serious condition since taken with the fever last week, but is reported as improving somewhat this morning. Dr, Morse of Algona. was called up in consultation with Dr. Walters Thursday. Soxtoii. SEXTON, Sept. 37.—Don't forget the social next Wednesday. Program las from 8 until 0. Carpenter work has begun on Mr Johnson's store and also on Mr. Sutler's house. The Haokmftn Bros, of Algona are building Sutler's house and Mr Rix builds Johnson's. Mr. Roskopf's sale brought a largi crowd to to'wn Monday. A number of our townspeople will at tend the fair. • : Ransom Miller, one of Plum Greek' excellent teachers, was in town ,Mon day. 4 surprise party wag given to Mrs Frauk SoUult? Saturd'ay evening,, A large ouw\>ev pi Mends wer£ present lusic and a general social time was en- oyed. The friends presented her with fine set of dishes, the occasion being n honor of her 47th birthday. At mid- ight an excellent supper was given. i.bout 50 people were present. All n-esent enjoyed the occasion. A num- ier of Sexton's young people wernpres- nt and all agree that if you desire a •ood time just go out and call on Frank. REDUCED rates for Trans-Mississippi xposition at Omaha, Nebr., the Chiago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway vill sell regular excursion tickets for 7.25 for the round trip, return limit food seven days from date of sale.-25 SOME people live by their wits, but he majority of mankind live by taking ilooky Mountain Tea. Only 35 cents. Vsk your druggist. v M. P. HAGGARD. G. V. PEEK Haggard •& Peek, [Successors to Jones & Smith.} Abstracts, Real Estate,^™Collections, ALGONA, IOWA. LOOK TO YOUR EYES. •W- S". KIFIEE, Opthalmic Optician. The most difficult cases of children a specialty, Jo your eyes ache, smart, water, become inflamed, or pain In the eyeball, orbit, temple or forehead? 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. Gilmore's store, Algona, Iowa. AUCTIONEER. I am permanently located in Algona, and prepared to cry sales in Kossuth and adjoin ing counties, by toe day or on small commis sion. Satisfaction guaranteed. E. F. POSEGATE. Box 132, Algona, Iowa. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS, Notice is hereby given that the Independen School District of Algona, Iowa, will receive bids till Oct. 13, at 2 p, in., for the erection o a new eight-room high school building in the city of Algona. Plans and specifications may be seen at the offices of the secretary In Algb na, and Smith & Gutterson's, architects, In DesMoines. Bids for beating will also be re ceived at the same time. By order of the board, £ *P ti 27t4 ' Secretary. » NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to all parties inter estod, that on the 10th day of Septembei 1898, the undersigned was appointee! by th district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, 'execu. trlx of the last will an<l testament of keande A,. Sheetz, deceased, late of said county. Al persons Indebted to said estate will make pay went to the undersigned, »asd those UavlH claims against the same, will, present them properly a.uthentloate.d, to the said court fo allowance. . . Dated at Algona, Kossuth yuuuty, Iowa,,ith,i A-U Executrix. The Wetmore Truss THIS TRUSS MURDERS Mel I WEAR THE WBTUORE TRUS& A truss embodying the sym- plicity and durability of all other russes, and yet unlike any of hem. 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. 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RAYMOND Raymond & Raymond, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Offlcfe 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. Office and residence in the Boston Block. (In the new block.) H. C. MeCOY, M. Di, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa* . M. 0. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office and residence over Taylor's. DR. MARGARET E. COLES, Horneopatliie Physician and Stirgeori, Office and residence In Boston Block, ALGQNA, IOWA. " DENTIST. ! A. i. RIST, D, D. S. Local anaesthetic foi deadening pain in gums wneu extracting teeth. SHEti-Y & PETTIBONE, Head Stones, Monuments, prgiee us before you contract. ,-' f.
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