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ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAHCH 29, 1899, NO OTHER TOWN tlEE IT, SitHfttioh of Titonka, with Two Postofflces, After All. The Buffalo Fork fostofflce Moved to the New Town—Mattel* Seems Still tJnscttled. Titonka presents a situation that is .Unique, to say the least of it. After all the talk about its having two postofflcesinpros pect, then of the matter being disposed of so that Uncle Sam would have but one agent there, it seems after all that she is really in possession of two establishments In the postofflce line. tahn Falk is the Buffalo Fork postmaster. He was in Algona Monday, and a representative of this paper interviewed him on the matter. He was apparently averse to talking until after being assured that his questioner was not employed in the government secret service. Then he said that some time ago ho sent to the department a petition of the patrons of his office asking to have It moved three fourths of a mile northwest of its'then location. There being no apparent objection to its removal the request was grunted. Asked if he mentioned the fact in his petition that the removal would place It at Titonka, his memory seemed clouded on that point. He said there wasn't much of a town there at that time any way—only three or four buildings. Well, to make a long story short, Mr Falk got his building on skids a week ago Saturday and moved it, postofflce and all, over to Titonka, where he has set up a second establishment and is receiving the Buffalo Fork mail, which is carried by team from Burl. How long it will bo continued at that point is a question that Mr. Falk is evidently interested in. Ho admitted, during the conversation, that ho had a recent letter from the department to the effect that perhaps it would simplify matters if he would move his postofflce back to its old location, but he seemed undecided what course to pursue. He is out about $300, so he said, if ho has to move back. He is a pooi- man, and the loss will fall heavily upon him; but really its seems as though ho might have acted more, wisely if he had taken better counsel than ho appears to have been guided by. Uaiicrofl John Clausseu is putting up a building at the crossing, and will serve lunch and other refreshments to the waiting passengers. Arthur Clarke has bought an interest in the Citizens' bank of Havelock, and will hereafter put in his time handling the long green instead of produce. A card from Sam Davison, received the other day, was written while on the way with his hospital corps to Savannah, the flrs^step in their move to Cuba, for which destination they are under orders. The committee on the parochial school wore not satisfied'with the bids submitted and will reopen the matter and ask the contractors to submit new figures. It will be a good contract for the one securing it. At an adjourned session of ttie council Wednesday evening, it was decided to abolish the office of deputy marshal, which has been held by Harry Thill, as night watch, heretofore. If we have a night watch now he will have to be paid by private subscrip- , tion by the merchants. The significant telegram was received from Ed. Bircher, at Now Orleans, Tuesday, "Leave here today with live horses." The closing of the race meeting at that point would naturally throw a lot of good horses on the market at a reason able figure, and evidently E. P. has taken advantage of the fact to augment his already good string with some new speed. Whltteinore Champion. Whittomore is the only town we know of which has not got a railroad coming in this summer on paper. Mrs. Felling organized lodges of Royal Neighbors in Estherville and Superior last week with 59 and 28 members respectively She goes to Terrall this week. Corporal Geo. Munch of the 15th Minnesota will be home in a few weeks, as that regiment will be mustered out next Monday. This will be the return of Whitte- moro's last soldier, with the exception of Sophus Richards. G. E. Boyle sold the Lillibridgo section south of town this week for $34,000 to Valentino Wallace of Marshall county. The half section with improvements on it brought $43 per acre and the unimproved half went for $33 per acre. Mr. Wallace will move onto the farm. COKHESPONDKXCB. WIHTTKMOUE, March 38.—A young mayor has been stopping in town since last Thursday. Mother and child doing well. H. S. Dailey's family lost an infant son Monday morning. New residences are being built by E. Chrisohilles, M. Jorgenson, Miss McDonnell, John Erne, and others are being planned. Welt Miller is out again after a week's conefinement with the grip. 8we» City Herald. Guy Taylor, the music man, was up from Algoaa with an eye to business last Thursday. David Ekholm, who has been teaching in No. 2, closed his school last Friday and left for his home in Algoua. R. G. Greelis has been checked out as station agent at this place and goes today to take the station at Goldfleld. Juke Anderson is now second man at the creamery on a four months contract. He will make an efficient assistant. W. C, Danson has been up from Algona for a week looking after some building operations on his northern Kossuth possessions.- ' A man was here to pick up a car load or two of potatoes but found that pits would not be opened for a couple of weeks at least, ftnd departed for other points. Nels Anderson was down to Algona last Friday and proved up on his homestead, the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section one in Swea township. Johnny Hart has signed a contract with Rock Island to play ball in the Western association. He will report at that place about the IQth of April and get in shape for the opening games the first week in May. "Old Abbey, "every body knows Abbey, is causing a good deal of trouble arouud the country this winter. At Buffalo Center a posse surrounded a, barn in which a supposed bprge thief had entered and found when they opened the door that Abbey had simply tafcen quarters for the night. At other places he scares women and children by his prowling around- The papers say he has a good deal of means but we think they are In error. is to be motfed of, and a brick 23x60 will go op immediately, vrudHealey succeeded in buying a strip off the north of Win. Schwietert's from the road back to his 120. The strip contains some 27 acres and will make a good building site and road way to his farm. I. G. Sehrytrer has purchased a lot of Dr. Beane, south of 1>. Paine's, and wilt put up a ono story four-room house this spring, and occupy. Like everybody else, he will rind Bun a good town in which to live. The Bart creamery took in 471,810 pounds of milk during February, yielding 21,731 pounds of butter, or 4.6 pounds per cwt. of milk. The average price was 80 cents per cwt., or 84 cents for 4 percent, test. Notes front Union. Mr. Perdue's son has received a discharge from the army. He has been out on the Pacific coast. Chester Bailey has been seen up north There must be attractions. The entertainment Saturday night Was a success. The Burt band furnished some very good music and Miss Susie Clarke, Miss Nettie Cook and Albert Palmer gave recitations. Miss Nellie Salisbury, who broke her ankle, is improving very fast. Mr. E. F. Posegnte and family went out to Mr. Hanegan's on Friday, and Saturday he went to visit the new town, Titonka. The Week at Wesley. WESLEY, March 38.—Gcandma Ward, who has been sick nearly all winter, is no better. She is gradually sinking all the time, it will be but a matter of a few days until she will be gone. Site is now past 80 years old and has been suffering with the grip. Bryon Corey is contemplating taking a trip up in Minnesota in a few davs. He also is thinking if he can find a place that suits him that ho will invest in some real estate there. Our public schools will close Friday for a week's Vacation. Rev. H. R. Calkins of Chicago, the Rock River evangelist, held a four duvs' missionary meeting hero last week, closing Sunday night. Rev. Calkins' talks were interesting, he had largo maps showing the different mission fields of the world and the progress that has been made by the Christian churches. There will ue Easter services conducted by the Sunday school at the M. E. church Sunday morning and evening. A good program has been arranged; let everybody attend. Fred Cory, wlio has been suffering for several weeks with rheumatism, is now able to be around. THE MONTH'S MAflAZIfrES. The continuation bf the facinating Reminiscenses of Mrs. Julia Ward Howe in the April Atlantic covers the years from eighteen hundred and fifty to sixty, and relates her Boston experiences, in addition to recollections of a winter spent in Rome and a trip to Cuba, in the meantime. Her sketches, anecdotes, and descriptions of Professor Agasslz, the famous Count Gurowski, Edwin Booth. Arthur Hugh Clough, the English poet, and others of that time are of absorbing interest and freshness. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. GIRLS wanted to learn dressmaking. Call street. ELLA A. PETERSON. SEE our new for 25c. coffee—26 oz. M. Z. GROVE & SON. Wntit«-d. Jus. Taylor wants 50,000 dozen right away. TWENTY-FIVE m. coflfae for 25c Ht M. Z. Grove & Son's. Silver Crenni. Best silver polish on earth. Call for sample bottle.—DINOLEY &PUQH, Sole Agents. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co.' TAKEN this month—keeps you well nil summer. Drives away impure blood. The greatest spring tonic ever offered. Rocky Mountain Tea. Ask your druggist. MISS HAY IN ALGONA. To the Editor: Miss Mary G. Hay of New York, one of the organizers in the National Woman Suffrage association, held a meeting in the court house on Tuesday evening, March 21. An attentive but not a large audience was present to hoar her. Mrs. Edgar Butler, the presiding officer, in .a very pleasant way first introduced Rev. Mr. Suckow, who proceeded to make a plain and candid statement of his position. He favors woman's equality socially, in the church, and in the state, and thinks the trend of civilization is towards woman's political equality. Miss Hay followed Roy. Mr. Suckow and went on to give a short summary of the woman suffrage movement from the time of its call for a first public meeting in Seneca Falls, N. Y., a little more thtn fifty years ago. Hiss Hay spoke of the advance made. Now four states have full suffrage, 27 states have school suffrage, and women in all our country show an awakened interest in matters per taining to the good of the home and the country. Perhaps no words have received heartier praise than those of Dr. David Starr Jordan, president of Leland Stanford university in California, when ho said recently: "In no function of government are women so vitally interested as in the right administration of the public schools. * * * The interest of women in school affairs is much more vital than that of men for the school itself is an extension of the homo, and belongs in large degree to woman's province. This interest dies out if there is no way of working it into action To give life to it, wo must allow woman a voice in school inuuugeinent; to do this is to strengthen and intensify her interest in the schools. This means in time the freeing of our schools from incompetent teachers and the raising of the standard of intelligence and public interest among women themselves." Dr. Martin Kellogg, president of the state university of California, also says: "I heartily approve the bill authorizing women to vote at school elections." It does not need a prophet's vision, at the present time, to read the signs of the times. When in the late session of the Illinois legislature the bill was passed appropriating $9,000 for the erection of a statue—either in bronze or marble—to the memory of Frances E. Willard, the statue to be placed in Statuary Hall in the national capitol at Washington, it was a step far in advance of what has seemed the settled policy of our country. To be sure this decision was not reached without some discussion. It was said by some that " it would be a violation of precedent to have a woman's statue there, and that it would have to be decided by congress." But the federal bill was appealed to: " Sec. 2. And be It further enacted * * * And the president Is hereby authorized to Invite each and all the states to provide and furnish statues, In marble or bronze, not exceeding two In number for each state, of deceased per sons who have been citizens thereof, and Illustrious for their historic renown or from distinguished civic or military services, such as each state shall determine to be worthy of this national commemoration, and when so furnished the same shall be placed In the old hall of the house of representatives In the capitol of the United States, which Is hereby set apart, or so much thereof as may be necessary, as a national Statuary Hall, for the purposes here" Statutes, Thli Our Easter Opening comes on March 31 and and April i. We want all the ladies to see our fine line of The Rock Island Plow Co.'s Goods, David Bradley Manufacturing Co., Fuller & Johnson's Corn Planters, The Celebrated U, S, Corn Planters, J. L. Owen's Minneapolis Fanning Mill, Grain King and Universal Feed Grinders, Marseilles 4 and 6 Horse Powers, Elgin Power and Pumping Mills. Birdsell Steel Skein Wagons. The Finest Line of Carriages Ever sold in the city, one, two, three, and four seated vehicles. Davis, Bradley, and Rock Island Harrows, Klondike Riding Cultivators, and six styles of walking cultivators, The X Ray and Rock Island Sulky Plow. The Sterling Force Feed Seeders, Acme Force Feed Endgate Seeders, Champion and Peerless Endgate Seeders. Millinery Goods We have never had a better assortment from which to select. We can't tell you much about it in an adr You should see for yourself. Matson & McCall. THE.... Rock Steel Frame Disc Harrow un- be- lt works where all others fail. In seasons of usual wet and at times when great trouble is ing experienced with dis harrows generally from such and other causes, The Defiance can be depended upon to do the work and show its good qualities. Our 60x60 two story warehouse is loaded with the best goods the market aifords of articles too numerous to mention. Call and look over our goods—you are welcome whether you buy or not. WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. A full line of grass seeds for sale. Warehouse West of Court House Square Algona, Iowa. G. M. JOHNSON, Legal Blanks Real Estate Mortgages, Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, Leases, Cash or Share Rent, Real Estate Contracts, Bill of Sale, Chattel Mortgages, Satisfaction of Mortgage, Grass Leases, Notes, A full stock of these are kept constantly on hand and for sale by the dozen, hundred, or In larger quantities, at The Upper Des Moines NEWS BOOK, AND JOB PRINTING HOUSE, -ALGONA, IOWA. PROFESSIONAL. ~«^»^>^^W^S^-i---»^-^<-»u^w«^^\^-k - ^X J ^N. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. ilrty-elghth Hurt Monitor. J, F. Sundermeyer and Will Goodlad represent Burt iu Co. F, which has been duly organised. The marriage of C. B. Salisbury to Miss Mary Ormiston took place yesterday, March 38, in Armstrong, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Joe Burt. H. J. McChesney is home from Louisiana. lie thinks Mr. Angus will be back iu a month or two. The climate there, however, is healthy for both of them, Mrs. Peter Krlethe last week enjoyed § visit from Mrs. Zimerich of Pensville, Wie,, an pld school mate in their younger wys, jRndwbpmphe haft not »««»• for .,Efr?»w4flV store wJJJ fee Jw>pvhj§sney bouse uow «*•"-• ; Ola,rjse ht In indicated." ~fif. ~S. , _______ „ Congress, July Z, 1864, p. 347.) For great Illinois places her greatest of statesmen, Abraham Lincoln, and her most eminent philanthropist, Frances E. Willard, upon this high pedestal. Now let New York or Massachusetts hold a. place sacred to the memory of Susan B. Anthony, the woman most illustrious in all states as the exalter of womanhood. Already in the magnificent New York state capitol at Albany, five women of national fame have received the honor to have their heads carved in the stone balustrade which surmounts the grand staircase in this beautiful building. These women are Harriet Beeoher Btowe, Clara Barton, Susan B. Anthony Frances E. Willard, and Molly Pitcher. The tide of progress does not go backward, and the world does well to honor the brave women who in any age or nation have been ready to exalt and to illuminate the principles which give honor and dignity to humanity. Miss Hay gave a very pleasant talk on Tuesday afternoon to a number of ladies gathered at the home of Mrs. Ingham, and a few names were added to the political equality club. Miss Hay is an interesting and convincing speaker and those who hear her once will not m'.ss the opportunity, when it comes, to hear her again. C. A. I. GRASS LEASES. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbralth's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxle-Fercuson bl jck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT' LAW, Algona, Iowa. J. O. RAYMOND. B. O. RAYMOND Raymond & Raymond, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Durdall's store, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. ATTORNEY CURTISS, AT LAW. , o^vr wlu be received up to April 1, 1809, for grass leases on the following de scribed tracts of land for 1899: NWM. , .. __ Bids must be made for one or more entire tracts as listed. The highest bidder will be notified, and in case he falls to take up the lease by April 15 the next highest bidder will be entitled to the lease. Send all bids in sealed letter marked on the outside, "Grass Bid." to ' WM. H. INGHAM, Algona, la. Bids will be opened April 1. 48t6 Solid Gold Plump 14-kt. plain doge, 86 cents ter penny weig&I,' If you will pay us ^1.50 per penpy weight we e»n afford to make the bride a present. E. £ !W docs'east Of postoffloe. "A3 A; P, StMRlKft & Cp. Ipas woaey at 6 In- K|!, £ Co. lpa.9 wose #j,M» optional payments SHERIFF'S SALE, Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a ipeclal execution to me directed by the clerk )f the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, against the goods, chattels, lands, tenements etc., of Z. S. Barrett, Susie M. Barrett, E. A. Howe, A. J. Dunlap, defendants, in favor of the Iowa Savings and Loan association, plaintiff, I will offer at public sale to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the door of the court house, in the town of Algona, County of Kossuth. Iowa, on the 22d day of April, A. D. 1899, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. on said day, all of said Z. S. and Susie M. Barrett, E. A. Howe, and A. J. Dunlap's right, title, and interest in and to the iollowing described real estate, situated in Kossuth county, to-wit: Lot No. 10, in block No. 14, of Way & Barrett's Park addition to Wesley, Iowa. Sale to commence at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day. Witness my hand this 86th day of March P. 1899. S. P. CHRISTENSEN, 2t2 Sheriff of Kossnth County, Iowa, Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Algoua, Iowa. B. F. REED, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: South rooms over Durdall's store, Algona, Iowa. F. L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence in the Boston Block . (In the new block.) H. C. McCOV, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. 'Lumber Singles a specialty. The moral of this picture lies fn the application. Shingles of our Brand, whether Spanked on the Roof, or—elsewhere— always give Perfect Satisfaction and Good Measure. In 1 fact .they do good wherever applied. LUMBER CO LEGAL NOTICES. s -^-*^-^-^x^^^^ V --x^-s^^^ I ^^^ x ^^ ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as ad- minlstrator of the estate of Nick Wiegand late of Kossuth county, Iowa, deceased. •.All' persons in any manner indebted to said estate Sin^^ elrtm f me(J1 l te ? a y ment to the under signed; and those having claims aeainBtnm said estate will file them with the clerk of thl ^strict court of Kossuth county. Iowa, as pro® ance y W ' duly authen ti°ated, for alFow- Dated this 20th day of March, A. D 1899 lt o CASPER WIEGANU,' _ . ' _ Administrator. Keep the Mercury Up, NOTICE. s ' rA TE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY-SS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, , Iowa. A. TOT ANTED—A reliable lady or gentleman to T' distribute samples ana make a house to Jjouse canvass for our Vegetable Toilet Soaps ; 8*0 to 875 a month easily made. Address Orons A; Reed, 848 to 85Q AH8«« avenue, OW cago, 111. • J^EGAL BLANKS- FPBMS TOWNSHIP 'PLATS iSIX IN ypuftud these at J^e Vy/ office, prices are right, M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. DR, MARGARET E. COLES, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence In Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. F. S. NORTON. PENTIST. 4. i. RI8T, D. D. 8. kooal ft»jgstheti9 % aeadening pain in ^^B^F ^RfrtP^ BUYS A STOVg «t,«»»c2! iC'mir.&wsar may appear and show Vause why t shoul doot be admitted to probate Dated this 16th day Si &SSSg*£ D . 1889. . „„„ Clerk of the Dis?ricufo?rt ORIGINAL NOTICE. Comers »„ — below the rwKSTiSSg MOB BROS. . states that she is the owner in fee dimnio vl? DUFFY MAGUIKE. • Attorney for plaint/f . LEGAL, BLANK&-

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