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THE UPPEK JDE8 MOINES; ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1898* RAILWAY TIMS CARDS. -~~~- ^-^^-~^~^ -v~- --^^w^v^_ CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. t _ LOCAL TRAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at 9:05 a m No.3 departs at 3:58pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 93 departs at I0:46pm No. 71 departs at 3:20t>m No. 65 departs at 8:30 p m i- „ . TRAINS EAST. No.2 departs at 10:45am No.4 departs at 6:28pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 76 departs at 10:10 pm No. 84 departs at 2:20 p m R. F. HEDRICK, Agent. CHICAGO 4 NORTHWESTERN. South- Freight 11:30 a m Pass 7:05 am Mixed I2:15pm Mixed 7:54pm North- Mixed 7:30 a m Freight 12:15 p m Pass 2:40 p m Mixed 10:50p m Arrive at Des Molnes at 12:15 p. m,. 6:15 p. m., and 1:20 a. m. F. H. VESPER, Agent. THE LOCAL f IELD. The Algona house is now the Avery. Election comes in less than four weeks, The new church is being wired for electricity this weelc. A nice boy came Sunday to the Skilling home west of town. Matson & McCall's fine millinery display is noted this week. Clay Clement comes Oct. 27. He will appear in a now play. ' The Methodist ladies cleared S175 at their county fair dinners. The slaters will be here this week to begin slating the new church roof. Samuntha Allen visited the county fair and tells about it in Doxseo's ad. Dr. Cluster's new house is enclosed, and he is going to have a very neat and cozy home. Mrs. Wesley Hohn is visiting, relatives in Sioux City this week. She went Monday. The Northwestern is selling roundtrip tickets to Des Moines this week at $3.70 for the carnival. Parents should heed Prof. Spencer's advice. Children who are in and out of school are a nuisance. The Kossuth County State bank report makes a flattering showing for that substantial institution. Mrs. Mary Miller, a daughter of Wm. Carter of Irvington, died last Wednesday and was buried Friday. A. A. Brunson, S. Benjamin, Horan Bros, and others have been putting in some handsome brick sidewalks. Moe Bros.' meat market has a notice in this week. The Moe market has been having a big run of custom. It was a great fair. Every officer who helped to get it up should be unanimously re-elected next January. Joe Mulroney at West Bend has threshed 228 bushels of flax from seven bushels sowing, the Advance says. State Supt. Barrett has set Oct. 19 as a day to be observed by the public schools in honor of the memory of Lafayette. It will take three weeks to muster the soldiers out at Des Moines. They are liable to see some cold days on the fair grounds. Galbraith's store never had finer fall novelties in dress goods than this year. The ladies never buy till they see what Galbraith has. Horace Goddard rode from Ft. Atkinson to Algona a week ago in 12 hours on his wheel, the distance 135 miles. He returned Monday. Prof. Spencer is selling tickets for the lecture course, and is meeting with a hearty response. It is a splendid series of entertainments. Geo, C. Call has sold nine farms about Ledyard mostly to new settlers from Jones county. One purchaser will come with 70 cows in the spring. Both Grover C. and Ivory sprained their legs on the race track last week, and went home yery lame. They are fast horses, but may be permanently injured. Mrs. T. A. Correl lost a pocketbook down between the seats at the amphi- theatre at the fair one day, and failed to find it for a day. It turned up, however, at last. There will be no services in the Free Methodist church next Sunday, as the pastor has to attend the district quarterly meeting held at Peterson, Clay county, Iowa. The soldiers' relief committee appointed by the county board has organized. Mr. Barge was down from Bancroft. Dr. McCoy was chosen president and S. C. Spear secretary, The Kossuth county fair is a big success without gambling fakes, and with lots of agricultural exhibits. We believe it is the most successfully conducted association in northern Iowa. The school board will 'have their bids in next week Thursday on the new school house. They have already taken possession of the new site and will begin at once, if the court does not enjoin them. The balloon ascension Friday was -very fine, the balloon going over town. The aeronaut landed near the C. Byson home in the west part of town and jammed his foot a little, but not seriously. In the county running race at the fair grounds the horse Hugh Norwood •was riding collided with another on the back stretch and Hugh got a bad tumble. No bones were broken and he is getting up again. Mrs. C. E. Young has a peculiar box- elder tree. In August the hot weather scorched the leaves and they all fell Off. Now at the beginning of winter the tree has all leaved out again and is as green as in spring. Dr. Morse has been appointedl surgeon of the Northwestern road at Algona. Dr. Garfield held that position For many years, and his death left the position vacant. Dr. Morse is a valuable wan for the company. Services of First Church of Christ, Scientist, at Odd Fellow's parlors, Sundays 10:45 a. m., Wednesdays 8 p. m. "The Doctrine of Atonement" will be the subject next Sunday. Everybody welcome .at these services. Station Agent Brertt of Hobart was married this morning to Mies Lizzie Johnson, a daughter of the late Wm. Johnson of Cresco. They were married at the Johnson home by Rev. Suckow. Many congratulations go with them. The W. L. A. S. meet Oct. 7, silbject: Quotations from "The Lny of the Last Minstrel." Beginning of French literature, by Mrs. J. R. Jones. Reading, The Importance of Bringing Youth in Touch with Great literature, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Forrest Rice went to the Humboldt county fair to run a five mile race with his pony against a local bicyclist. He won easily, and captured the crowd by turning out and driving a cow off the track during the race. His pony is a good one at five miles. Marriage licenses 'have been issued to John S. Cullen mid Biddie C. Mulroney, John F. Loebig and Anna Lickteig, J. L. Meyer and Margaret Hays, Alfred Gray and Helma Hulterstrom, Chas. Phillips and Emma Bell, John Fitch and Bertha Grose. Mr. Starr has moved into his new home and the old house is now on the back end of his half block. The now home is one of the most substantlnl and best in all respects in Algona. No expense has been spared to make it convenient and elegant. This afternoon Brown's big wngon will curry two dozen or less Odd Fellows to Wesley, where 17 of them will give the " Ancient Order of .Tovo" for the benefit of the Wesley brethren. It will be H big timo for the visitors, and Wesley will enjoy their coming. Until it is finally known whether tho Terrible Swede can beat Cory's pony the guessers will hayo a free field. Sentiment is divided in Algona. Some back the horse and somo the bicycle. If it is a good day ono thing is certain, five very fast miles will be run Oct. 14, Dr. Day will preach at the Method 1st church next Sunday at the usual hours. Morning theme: "The Mystical vs. the Supernatural, or tho Mystical and Real Christ." Evening, tho first of two lectures to young people, theme, "Pitfalls for Young Men." All are invited. Services at tho Congregational church at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. In the morning the pastor will speak on, "The War in Retrospect." In tho evening he will continue the series on ".Christian Evidences" by taking for his theme, "The Genuineness of tho Gospels." 'Squire Clarke fined three loafers $5 each for jumping over the fair ground fence. The new code provides that anybody who beats his way into any paid entertainment, fair, circus, opera house, etc., is liable to a fine upto$100. It might be well for the boys to keep this in mind. The Merrie Bell Opera company was as good.as any that ever sang in Alero- na, and had big houses every night. The choruses especially were excellent. It is a company of ladies and gentlemen, and all artists. For a county fail- attraction it was the best Algona has ever afforded. Miss Ora Crabtree returned to her home in Chicago Monday evening after spending the summer with her sister, Mrs. Leroy Barton. Miss Crabtree exhibited a very handsome piece of fancy work at the fair last week, and was fortunate enough to capture the first prize thereon. The city council met Monday evening and decided to put a fair quality of pressed brick on the outside of the new electric light and water building. F. A. Gross is here from LaCrosso and work begins today. Using pressed brick will add 100 per cent, to the appearance of the building. Company F will go to Des Moinos next Tuesday to be finally mustered out of the service. There has been a rumor in the papers that the 52nd would not be mustered out but would be again "urloughed, but the boys have heard nothing of it. The regiment will undoubtedly be let go for good. G. D. Rowe has closed his bakery and restaurant and will soon move to a private residence and quit business. He is tired of the work, and Algona being ! ully supplied, he has decided to take iife'a little easier. Mr. and Mrs. Rowe have been very popular in Algona and all will hope that they will keep their permanent home here. Geo. E. Boyle was In town Monday. He says Mark is gaining slowly but was at death's door. Three consultations of physicians agreed that he could not ?et we'll. Mr. Boyle for 60 hours sat at his bedside without a moment's sleep, ind saw him past the turning point. From a big strong man he was reduced to skin and bones, and will be weeks in getting about again. Ordell H. Caulkins has bought the hardware store at Corwith, and instead of returning to New Whatcom, Wash., will remain in Iowa. Mrs. Caulkins :ame for a visit with her mother, Mrs, Laura A. Hunt, expecting to return in a few weeks. Then Mr, Caulkins came and liking his old home so well he has decided to remain. He will be a decided addition to Corwith's list of business men. E. P. Bircher offers to put up $500 that he can bring a running horse to Algona and beat the Terrible Swede on a five mile race. The bicycle record is faster than the horse record an every distance from a mile up, but bicycle records are made on specially prepared tracks. The Swede in Algona Saturday offered to get backing for $500 to go against a horse, but Mr. Bircher did not know it. A big race may yet be arranged. K'P'.' Keith has bought the Dr. Read place north of the fair grounds. It con- bains four or five acres of the handsomest ground in the town, and a comfortable home. The consideration, we understand, was $2,500. Mr. Keith has not decided when he will come to town but he will moye in soon, and leave the farm to be run by others. Ever since his attack of appendicitis he has realized that he must take life easier. Algona will welcome him and his estimable family. Geo. E. Clarke went to Spencer last Thursday to defend J. H. Engle, who was before Judge Quarton In Algona last week. He raised a new point on Carr & Parker in the case under the rule in the new code that the same lawyer cannot bring a criminal and a civil action against a man at the same time. He and Mr. Parker had a lively set-to, it ended in Mr. Parker withdraw- ing from the civil suit. Mr. Clarke says his client can not be held on the charges brought Hgainst him, and that the deal was understood by all narties all the time. The case will be bitterly fought in the coming term of court which opens at Spencer next week. A NEW RAILROAD RUMOR. Fort Dodco Snys Algoiin is to Ttnve n Line Southwest— Contrncts Ilnve Heeii X,et. FORT DODGE, Oct. 3.— Special: Six different railroads have engineering corps in this vicinity looking for the shortest routes from St. Paul toOmaha, as a result of the new Fort Dodge & Omaha road. Tho North western today let contracts for grading on a new line from Denison to Algonn, passing through Sue and Pocahontus counties, Pocahpntas Center being tho only county seat in Iowa without a road. This gives the North western a much shorter lino than thoir route via Sioux City. . _ Fnrm for Kent. Four and one-half miles northeast of Algona, 800 acres, nil or in part. Inquire of Laura A. Hunt, Algonn, lowu. Notice. Those who so kindly subscribed toward tho liquidation of the debt on tho Baptist church, can pny their subscriptions and receive receipts therefor at tho office of C. J. Do.xseo. Tho conditions of tho subscription that $2,000 bo subscribed, is met, therefore all subscriptions are valid, lor Sale. Ono thousand nnd twenty acres of wild land in Buffalo township, owned by Goorglaiina L. Tilney, in now offered for sulo on long time pny men ts. For prices and terms apply to WM. H. INGHAM. Tho Oiunlin ICxposition. When tho World's Fair ut Chicago ceased to exist it was supposed that wo should never look upon its like again. However, tho Trans-Mississippi Exposition tit Omaha has effectively reproduced in similarity all of the buildings which nuide tho White City so attractive In 1803. It does not now take weeks to wander through grounds and structures and then bo compelled to go away with a jumble of ideas, for tho Omaha Exposition people have profited by past experience, and hayo so improved tho arrangement of exhibits that no more than two or three days' time need 1)0 consumed in admiration and inspection of tho marvelous resources of tho west, collected together in tho chief city of Nebraska. Even tho now Midway is n reproduction of tho far-faincd Street of All Nations of 1893, with miiny improvements upon tho original. The electric lighting of the buildings, grounds and lagoon at night makes a scene of enchanting beauty, nlone worth traveling a thousand miles to see. The means of communication between the city and the grounds are ample, and the distance to be traversed is short, Tho ways of reaching Omaha are Innumerable, but chief among them is tho direct Chicago and Omaha short line of tho Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, with its oloctric-lighted, vestibulod trains, Dining car service en route. Excursion tickets are on sale at every coupon ticket office in tho United States over tho Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway through northern Illinois and central Iowa, or call on the agent for further information. 23t3 BUCKWHEAT and maple syrup now on hand at M. Z. GUOVE & SON'S. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A, D. CLARKE & Co. Your Wedding Buy your wedding ring of us, we ways make tho bride a present. 5tf DINGLEY & PUGH. al- FOR time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County State Bank. SHEET music—nil the latest songs— 33i off. DINGLEY & PUGH, A. D. CLARKE & Co. loan money at 5 percent,, with optional payments. Interest payable annually. Wants ,'JO.OOO Circulation. The Des Moines Daily News, the only dollar daily in the world, has passed the 25,000 mark in circulation and is now making a special effort to increase its list to 30,000. The News publishes the associated press dispatches and telegraphic markets, same as the high-priced doilies. Price $1 a year, 75 cents for six months, 50 cents for three months, 25 cents for ono month. Address THE NEWS, Des Moines, Iowa. REDUCED rates for Trans-Mississippi exposition at Omaha, Nebr,, the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway will sell regular excursion tickets for $7.25 for the round trip, return limit good seven days from date of sale.-25 LOVELY LETTERS. " What lovely letters I receive from Ma ry Hopkins," said one young lady to another in our hearing, and while we are not acquainted with the individual referred to, yet this remark gives us a favorable opinion of her, which we likewise have of all who master the art of letter writing, for sucu persons seldom fail to win their way to social and business prominence. Parents, give your boys and girls a chance. Buy each one of them, who is ten years old and over, a scholarship in some school of correspondence where trained teachers conduct a practical and instructive and exceedingly interesting course of social and business correspondence with their scholars, old or young, at their homes. At the school named below the price of tuition has been reduced to the remarkably small sum of $2.40 per year, payable sixty cents quarterly in advance, or $2.00 in one cash payment. For some time this school has also furnished its scholars all needed stationery, and will continue to do so in the future. Let that progressive word, "Now," which has been the key note to so many successful careers, be your watchword, and apply at once for a scholarship in the National School of Correspondence at 1805 Fourth Ave. South, Minneapolis, Minn. TUo Local Markets. . Wheat is down to 48c; oats, J8c; corn, 20o; barley, 25o; flax, 77c. Hogs bring $3.25, and cattle $4@4.20. Hog cholera is doing lots of damage. IF you don't sample that new sorghum at Grove & Son's you will miss something, PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Guy Taylor is at Des Moines for the carnival. Mrs. F. W. Dingley is home with her daughters from her Ohio visit. Mrs. L. Dodge arrived home yesterday morning from an eleven month's visit in Wisconsin. Mrs. Ike Swigard of Garner was bore two days attending the fair and medting old friends. Miss Rose Wright of Elbridge, N. Y., is visiting at tho Hotelling homo, and will remain some weeks. Mrs. J. H. Warren went to Minneapolis Monday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Hugh VVaterhouse. Fay Reed Is down from Blue Earth for a week's visit. Ho is still in the horse business with C. H. Smith. Mrs. Nancy N. Norton has coino to tho homo of her son, F. S. Norton, and will re- ,tnain during tho winter. Gardner Cowles is at Omaho with his children to see tho exposition. He will visit his father at Burlington on tho way home. John G. Smith was aocotnpanied to DCS Moines Monday by his daughter Gmeo and son More. They will visit while ho attends the state shoot. A. C. Johns Is homo from a two months' visit with his three daughters who Hvo in Minnonpolis. Mrs. Johns will not return until next week. J. E. Ferguson, near Hobart, has gone' back to Naporvillo, 111,, his former homo. Ho will engage in tho livery business. Ho shipped yesterday. Miss Clcuimcr, who visited in Algona a year ago and who was so dangerously sink, will bo hero this week again to visit her sisters, Mrs. L. mid W. H. Horan. Mrs. J. L. Paine and daughter, Mrs. Mary Parsons, are visiting in Spokiino with tho Algonaites. Mrs. Jus, Taylor mot them there and says they are all well. E. P. McElroy had u very onjoyablo time at the library congress at Omahii last week. While there ho mot Miss Siiffortl oC Sioux City, who read a paper on tho program. S. L, Jacoby of Minnonpolis is the new miller at tho Milwaukee flouring mill. Ho is nn expert and will add to tho already excellent reputation of the Algona flour abroad. TJIB UPPEK DIM MOINUS has had Miss May Hotelliug attending school at Mason City. It is her sister Vorn. Miss May is teaching and has a very pleasant position in the city schools. Mrs. Lewis H. Smith and Aug. Zahlton were chosen delegates to tho mooting of Congi'egationnlists that is in session at Garner. Rev. Suckow is in attendance. Tho meetings began yesterday. Misses Mabel and Ruby Smith both have flue positions as teachers in tho Minnesota schools. Miss Mabel is in tho high school department at Worthington, and has no government at all, merely hearing recitations. Miss Ruby has a good room in tho Delano schools. Both enjoy thoir work and aro very successful teachers. Mrs. Isabella Stone oC Dayton, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. Schollold of St. Louis, Mo., were tho guests of Mrs. Robert Hedriok during fair week. Mr. and Mrs. Schoflold were on their way to Santiago, Cal., to make their future homo, where ho owns several orange groves. Mrs. Schofleld was formerly Mrs. Bealo, who lived In Algona and well known to most of our townspeople. FOR any kind of basket you need call at ' GROVE & SON'S. Templar Conclave. On account of the above at Pitlsburg, Pa., Oct. 10-14, tickets will be sold via tho Northwestern line Oct. 7 to 10 inclusive, at specially favorable rates. Apply to agents for full particulars. VERY EASY to keep a stock of meats which will be partly good and partly inferior, and to sell a little of both to each customer. Our meats are all of a superior quality and with only ordinary care on the part of the cook should give entire satisfaction. Cut from young cattle, sheep, etc., tho beef, mutton and lamb is tender, Juicy, and of delicious flavor. MOE BROS. STATEMENT OP Kossuth County State Bank, of Algona, Iowa, Sept. 20, 1808, made to the auditor of state. ASSETS. Loans and discounts 8117,400 30 Gold and silver 10,700 00 Legal tender and subsidiary coin. 4,70081 Cash items Due from banks and bankers- Citizens' National, Des Moines . Metropolitan National, Chicago. First National, Minneapolis Union National, Chicago National Exchange, Milwaukee. Palo Alto County, Ernmetsburg. First National, Dubuque 3,509 73 First National, Benningtoii 3,793 28 Farmers' Savings, Hurt Overdrafts Real estate Personal property 10958 3,805 18 3,180 07 2,004 55 15,00711 14,755 08 303 13 1,757 60 544 87 7,203 80 3,740 83 Total assets $20jJ,lOO 21 LIABILITIES. Capital stock $ 50,00000 Deposits 140,20404 Undivided profits . 11,001 87 Total liabilities .$203,10881 Liabilities ot directors 83,400 00 WM. H. INGHAM, President. [Signed] LEWIS H. SMITH, Cashier, Jos. W. WADSWOBTH, Asst. Cash. All directors. Attest: J. G. SMITH, H. INGHAM, Directors. Sworn to and subscribed before me by Wm, H. Ingham, Lewis H. Smith, and Jos. W. Wadsworth this 37th day of September, 1808. [u s.] H. E. BIST, Notary Public;AUCTIONEER. I am permanently located iu Algona, and prepared to cry sales in Kossutb and adjoining counties, by the day or on small oomrnls Bion. Satisfaction guaranteed. E. F, We Are Much Pleased With our trade during Fair week, We gave the people bargains in G-roceries, and we know they appreciated them, for they bought large, healthy, invigorating bills- like the Dingley bill. We still have bargains that are equally good and that is surpassed by none. We are here to do business—that's why we solicit your trade. Cowlos 1 Block, No. 8. James Patterson. Samantha Allen Sees the Fair. I was drodfully shocked (I guess that's tho word for farmers to uso) anyway I was ashamed o' Josiah when I handed him his cup o' tea at supper tlmo, an' ho gulped it down without stoppin' and past his cup hack. " Josiuh Allen," says I, " haint you got no manners?" " Wai," says ho, " haint I ben to tho Fair, and didn't tho wind an' dust blow jest as If old Natur had turned tho tall end o' her old thrashln' machine over that air fence an' got my lungs full o' dust?" When ho wrenched out his throt with another cup o' tea ho says, " Did you see that Colo's Gas Burnin' Heater, like wo bot last winter, a runnin' on tho grounds?" " Wai," says I, " I didn't see it ruunin 1 on tho grounds; I soon it standin' still with a flro In It, an' the man who was a showin' on it off didn't toll halt tho good thjngs about it. Why, a feller was standin' by it an' tho man tol' him that it wud hoi' flro all nito with cobs, when the' feller lafted him right in his face. Wai, I spoke right up an' sod, " It's so, too; 1 used ono all las' winter an' I know it '11 hoi' flro all nito with cbos, an' I know too it '11 burn up tho gas an' smoke an' won't uso moro'n haft as much colo as our olo oak stove did. Why," says 1, " this man '11 lot you take ono homo an' uso it a hul month, an' if It don't do what ho says It will ho '11 lot you fetch it hack an' ho '11 pay back your money." I jest folt like stayin' there all the afternoon a tollin' about tho good pints o' that air stove, (an 1 1 hadn't had any of Mr. Stacy's sweot cider either), an' I guess I would, too, 'f that tricky feller on tho bislcklo hadn't a showed off. Huldy's man says he's goin'to have ono this winter, an'I'm BO glad, for the baby will bo crcepln'on tho Hoor and thoy won't be any danger of her takin eold like Mary did last winter. And she will buy It of J.Uonalioo&Co. Minnesota Olllce over postofllco, Algona, la. Write for circulars. Lands From $5 to $15 per acre. Comfort in Footwear Is in having the RIGHT kind of shoes, properly fitted. We can furnish the RIGHT kind. We can fit your foot perfectly. Don't fail to see what we can do for you before you purchase anything in .FOOTWEf\R. Fine Repairing. We make boots and shoes. Exclusively Boots and Shoes, Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA When you Buy Millinery the first and most natural inclination is to Find the Latest. You don't have to look around a little bit to accomplish that most desirable result. We have the up-to-date goods in Pattern Hats, Trimmed Hats, and really all the late, stylish, and nobby things in millinery. You must see the goods to know their real worth and quality. We have a line of cheap sailor hats—worth twice their cost. Don't take any chance on Abstracts of Title. My books aro thoroughly complete, None but experienced abstractors have ever written tv word in thorn. My work is done by competent pel-sons and is guaranteed. Anything entrusted to mo will have prompt ana careful attention. REAL ESTATE LOANS, FARMS AND WILD LANDS, C. C. SAMSON, Algona, Iowa. Opera House Block. Bicycles Repaired, Bicycles for Rent *^ For Sale, Saws Filed. J. L. EDMONDS, AI.QONA, IOWA. Two doovs south of u. p. M. once. DR. i. A, Drugs and Medicines,

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