-'jj^^fp^^p.?^''" ,ff;'-y-«-' *y -^v*;- ''-->-" f ; ;*~^^p-l^f^f^f*;^'; ||_1li|j*~^ -"-/-"•;"•''•*'<•'', ; " ' % '<' * " V>.^ "^-^- ; • --j* AVER'S BALDNESS REMOVES DANDRUFF AND Restores Color td » Faded and firay ;oi de^rtiut::::.; ;.'.•.•"•.•.•.•:::.•. l s il|£ « »*—-^ A g 8t & frorth- Mtxed CfttCAQO & .South We Would Ukd to compare otir 50-cent un- IftUHdered White shirt with any ?5-cenfc shirt in the market. Remember the Bnotrinfi the latest thing out for boVs. THS "NEW Freight...... 0:30 a tn Freight.... 2:48 pin .. Pise, arrtves at Chicago at 7 a mi arrives at D & M °J nes at ^iP m - Lv - De s & 2:30 a m Mixed connects with flyer and arrives at Chi- dagoat8a.m. F. H. VESPER, Agent. FINANCIAL, Kossuth County State Bank XO-W.A.. ,«so,ooc Incorporated under general laws of Iowa. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Oolleo tidtis made promptly) and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. INOttAM ......... .. ......... President J. B. JONES ...... . ............. Vice rt-eaidcnt LEWIS M. SMITH ............. ......... Cashier „. Directors— Win, H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B-Jones, T. Ohrisohilles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. The First National Bank OX" CAPITAL IO-W.A.. . ..... $50,000 Special attention given to collections. AMBROSE A. CALli President H. HUTOHINS ..Vice President WM. K. FERGUSON. Cashier 0. D. SMITH Asst. Cobbler 'Jreotors—D. H. Hutchlns, S. A. Ferguson, '"- Dorweller, W. F. Carter, Ambrose A. ' H. Spencer, Win. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. PL Gal CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. ALQONA., IOWA. Officers and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President. 0. C. Ohubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Qeo. L. Galbralth, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Oooke. General Banking. PHirATE SAP STY DEPOSIT VAULTS. ^rmterest paid on time deposits. PROFESSIONAL. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. THE CITY CIRCUIT. Bev. Davidson is still very sick. S, C. Spear is up and about again. L. J. Rice's homo is out in new paint. , Tlie Algona "kids" are playing ball at Wesley today. J. B. Jones wants to sell his interest in the water mill. T. P. Relbsamen and Mamie Davlson are licensed to Wed, Fred Fuller is adding to his house in the south part of town. A bowery dance is on for Friday evening at O'Rourke's grove. The excavation for the new vault at the court house is about done. The Charles City ball club are planning to come to Algona Aug. 7. A little daughter arrived at the Gardner Cowles T home Thursday. The ball club expect to go to Eagle Grove tomorrow for a game there. C. L. Lund has threshed out a field of early oats, and gets 70 bushels an acre. Rev. Boardman of Humboldt preached at the Congregational church Sunday morning. The Methodist ladies will serve ice cream on the parsonage lawn next Thursday evening. .A little two-year-old daughter of Thos. Bennett died Sunday evenine- of cholera infantum. A wheat yield of 42 bushels to the acre and an oat yield of 85 bushels is reported in the county. Bishop Thoburn, who spoke here last week, will open the camp meeting at Livermore Friday evening. at work from this on. He will attend all the neighboring institutes fthd ad» Vertisa the school, tie has a school of recognized standing to advertise. Jos. W. fitayst who won fame and wealth in Algona journalism, is to be married Aug. 14 to Miss Edith Jordan, one of Bancroft's former belles. Joseph is a Chicago broker now. In company with Will'F. Walker. . E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Collection agent. Opera House block. S. S. SESSIONS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Prompt collections. Money to loan on chattel security. Over Chrischilles' store. DANSON eft BUTLER, .LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Cowles' new building. A^ warrant is out for Goedertz over at Sexton on the charge of selling patent medicines without a permit. Bowyer has sold "Wallace K." to W. Hayden, Gilmore City. Iowa. The ° or8 , e . j 8 a trotter, but not easily bandied. J The three young people's Christian societies held a union meeting Sunday evening. An excellent program is reported. , Marshall Lumber is to remain in the Iowa City high school next year. From being assistant principal he is promoted to principal. . «« The senatorial convention comes at Emmetsburg next Tuesday. The Kossuth delegation is confident of Mr Clarke's success. The Ladies' Aid society of Irvington wm give an ice cream sociable at A. L. evening, Aug. 3. The lawn dance given by the band on Lewis H. Smith's lawn Was one of the pleasantest events of the season. The evening was beautiful and the music likewise. Everything had been done to make it enjoyable and a big party enjoyed it. The Dunlap-Stephens hay company have 110 teams in the hay field, run 14 mowers all day. will cut 8,000 acres and get 6,000 tons of hay. The crop is not so heavy as it was last year, but the margin on 6,000 tons will beat a legislative salary for Andy. A big picnic party of ladies enjoyed themselves in the woods south of town Saturday afternoon. Ladies can picnic by themselves, but think of a lot of men taking lunches to the woods for a picnic by themselves. This is on the old theory that ladies kiss each other because they can't find anything better to kiss. A. A. SIfert opens the political season by announcing himself a candidate for county superintendent. He has been a long time teacher in this and other counties and has held good schools. He is a young man of excellent habits and would if elected give his whole attention to the duties of his office. A. D. Clarke was at Webster City yesterday. He says the races opened with the biggest field of horses ever seen in northern Iowa. Belton started sixth in a field of 12 entries in the 2:25 trot, and more than held his place. Ida M. and Jennie Lind started with 14 in the half mile run, but neither of them got money. _ Sheriff Smalley was over from Garner last week and Sheriff Samson went to Garner with him. Their business was strictly confidential, SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoiie-Fereuson bl jck. GEO. R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ALQQHA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth County State Bank. B., V, SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, a, lows. L, K. GARFJELD, M. D,, PMYSICIAN AND 8URQEON, PlttQe, State st., one door east of Cordingley, Residence, McGregor St., east of the public aphool building. W. c, MCCOY, jvt, p., AND Special attention to city practice, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, • Algeria? lowa» M, FRJP.E, 4ND An ordinance was passed Saturday, which appears elsewhere, permitting tne telephone company to use the streets and alleys for poles, etc. The telephone company has elected officers lately and J. G. Graham of Bancroft is superintendent and solicitor in the new organization. Jack is a rustler. The teachers come Monday and begin tbeir three weeks' institute The prospect is that the largest number will be enrolled in the history of the county. We notice 300 pounds of soap as part of the outfit to be supplied the national guard encampment. This and 250 barrels of water a day ought to do the business. Prof. H. G. Seeley of Sutherland has been elected to the normal school faculty as professor of penmanship, He is said to be one of the best penmen in the state, Prof. Dixson has been two weeks in bed with a sickness which has been coming on for a year. It is impoversh- ment of the blood and it will take time to build up again, Supt, Sabin has not yet decided the McNutt appeal, which was presented to him a week ago Saturday. He is very busy with institutes and has probably allowed it to wait, * The opening program of the institute will be at the Congregational church Tuesday evening Addresses and a lecture, "Daniel Webster," by J. B Young. All are invited. r * ' The Denison boys failed to show up Saturday and failed to explain, A big crowd was waiting for the game, It might be well to secure a bond from the nest nine to insure appearance, The demand for cars has begun aU ready, The agents are receiving orders to collect from all shippers who do not unload in 48 hours, This is to be a great year for th§ railroads, Work }s now going pn towards painting and repairing the interior of the Normal school b« IdJng. Jt will he epic gpan and new by Sept, 3, A big Hew boftkc^se J 8 ope & the additions, * section, fereinjHji gf the c , TJ ,jVflepOt (me. day last we T hflBdliog a spike flrgye, it totD~i&e ,rt.«| big hajjd., ftp, McCoy waw4a»4itis heiitog, .....^«-„„„- tb§ msty Objlp, [««4 <$?,. U& brajjghjj Mrs. Henry Fisher brought suit in 'Squire Clarke's court last week to recover her wearing apparel, etc., from her father, M. O'Rourke. Before it came to trial the clothing was given up. Mr. O'Rourke was very much opposed to the marriage of his daughter, which occurred some weeks ago, and which created quite a sensation in Riverdale. Mr. and Mrs. Fred. McCall were over at Clear Lake over Sunday to attend a musical entertainment given by the boys of the Eldora Reform school. Some 40 are out with the superintendent making a tour and have had big houses at Webster Cityj Mason City and at half a dozen other places, Irwin McCall plays a tenor horn in the band and is one of the leaders in the company. The state crop report says: The oats harvest is about completed and threshing is in progress, with many reports of phenomenally heavy yields. The cutting of spring wheat is in progress, and some early fields of flax are ready for harvest. Corn is steadily maintaining its lead and bids fair to break all previous records in the districts where the rainfall has been ample. Potatoes and the miqor crops are doing well. Some one has sent the resolution adopted by the county board to the effect that the county physician must be employed by township trustees where possible, or the county will not pay, to the state board of health. They decide that employing help is wholly in the control of the township officials, except as to county paupers This is only an opinion and will not pass muster with the board until some court sustains it. Marsh Stephen's • Humboldt county brother, who was up the Fourth, is not pushing his suit against the Chicago street car company. He was standing in the aisle of a street car, when an inexperienced motor man hooked the car on the cable too quick. The jerk was so sudden and so strong that Mr. Stephens went out of the oar, over the rear platform, and landed on his back in the street. He is not yet wholly recovered from the injury to his back. Old gentleman Winkie has a grievance against a. Wisconsin man named CJeary. He has rendered services in securing a pasture, water, etc., and in driving cattle, to the amount of $20 as he firmly believes, which the aforesaid CJeary fails to recognize in the substantial way which would please and gratify the plaintiff. 'Squire Taylor will hear and hold the scales of justice next week, Sullivan & McMahon setting forth Mr, Winkle's tribulations. Bishop Thoburn of the Methodist church |n India gave an entertaining talk on his 39 years in that part of the world Thursday evening, Men over there get fg8 and $30 a year wages. They raise ripe and wheat, Missionary preachers can be had at these prices, and the churches here are ur ^ed to each put a missionary at work, Scholars there pay $1.50 a month for tuition, room rent, and bont-d, etceteras thrown in, Every thing i« cheap, including the •people themselvi-s, p It is reported that Geo. WeHes, the big land-owner } 0 Ramsay, is insane, He was fp«nd. i» jQJbipagQ some weeks !£2 Sffi^Jli? 8tFeetf ! with oae. ebpe borrowed one and was perambulating along the Sidewalks when a big police* man gathered him in and a $6 fine is said to have been the result. There is a rumoi* that he was caught twice but lie is very reticent about the matter. Chicago Is very particular about where it permits bicycles to be Used. I'he grange store is nbout to close. It began in 1875 with C. W. Goddard as manager a year or more in the old court house. Then J. E. Blackford was elected manager and he gradually bought in the $10 shares of stock on which it had been started and it changed to a private institution. In late years his son Edwin has been manager. The grange store has done a big business and has been recognized ns a reliable and honorable business house. Wo are sorry to see it close. An electric light proposition was put before the city council Saturday night, and a special meeting will be held soon to consider it, It was in the form of an ordinance drawn by Geo. R. Cloud, Tbeo. Chrischilles and Judge Quarton are the local men whose names appear. It is to be put in by local money, if the voters and council approve of it. The ordinance calls for 12 arc lights for the city at a rate of $6 a month each, and right for 20 years to furnish incandescent lights for private use at rates not to exceed one cent an hour each. Uncle Jo. Tennant has broken all the fishing records. He pulled in a 114- pound pickerel above the mill yesterday. His line broko and he dropped the rod and grabbed the piece attached to the fish. Then just as he got the fish on a little raft the hook pulled out, and he threw himself flat on the captive and held him by main strength. He talked to the fish all the time, and there are those who say $26 would have been cheap if they could have seen the circus. It is the biggest pickerel caught in late years in the liver. Olof Johnson writes the following item from Estherville: "Allow me to tell you that yesterday several thousand people from here and surrounding country took a drive to a spot some six miles north of this place to witness an extraordinary sight, in shape of an artesian well. It is what is generally called a tubular well, with five inch casing, and is 140 feet deep. The water is thrown out with such force that it looks like steam. There is water enough thrown up, it is estimated, to fill a one inch pipe. It is the opinion of wellmen that a stone at the bottom of the casing serves as a valve, otherwise it would be another Belle Plaine well." However much anyone may- object to having justice administered by bare knuckles, everybody must be pleased that when knuckles are used, justice is administered. Such a case occurred Saturday evening when Louie Eiler, the thug who knocked Geo. Galbraith down some months ago, struck Julius Krisenski, the big plasterer, across the head with a club. Krisenski took Mr. Eiler in hand and when he got done with him Dr. Pride was called to repair the damages and patch Eiler up. Krisenski had a finger nearly bitten off, and says Eiler drew a knife. But he gave Eiler a sound threshing for all that and one which he will bear evidences of for some time, On the 24th day of July, in the city of Des Moines an association was organized by the officers of building and loan associations throughout the state. The purpose of such an organization is sociability, and to better protect build- Ing and loan associations and their stockholders. The following officers were elected: President, B. A. Beeson, Iowa Deposit and Loan, Des Moines; vice president, A. W. Partridge, Le Mars Business and Loan, Le Mars, secretary, J. D. Vail, Iowa State Business Mens' Business and Loan, Marshalltown; treasurer, T. B, Moore, Co-operative Bank of Iowa, Des Moines. The name of this association is Iowa Federation of Building and Loan Association Officers, F. M. Taylor represented the Algona Deposit and Loan association, and was placed on one of the important committees. We Want Horses In exchange for buggies and farm machinery of all kinds. ill Take Good Ones Only. Bradley & Nicoulin, THE INTER OCEAN -IS THE- Most Popular Republican Newspaper of the West And Has the Largest Circulation. TERMS BY MAIL DAILY (without Sunday) .............. . $<s.oo per year DAILY (with Sunday) ........ . . . ....... $3.00 per year The Weekly Inter Ocean A S FEE, YEAR CBAN abreast ol the The Weekly Inter Ocean AS A FAMILY PAPER IS NOT EXCELLED BY ANY. the st of IIS LIT ERARY FEATURES are unequa'led. llvFn'ini'i 1 ^' ^ nd g ,'7 es , lts r eaaera the Benefit of the live political topics. It also gives them THE NEWS OF IT IS A TWELVE-PAGE PAPER. It la In accord with tlie people of the West both In Politics and Literature. LAR PETv^tty^L^ ' SONLY ° NE DOL INTER OCEAN, Chicago. BE sure you price goods when away from town. Then, when you come home, you will buy your shoes of Brownell & Allred, THE Royal Union Mutual Life Insurance company will send you an 'itemized statement at least once each year, showing just how much is to your credit and the exact amount charged to your policy. No other company will dp this, J. L. Ponahoo, district manager, Algona, Iowa, e ' JRfttes to MweUamowji, IPW». account of the annual meeting of "Ikodge of the Knights of , the Northwestern line will, on Aug, 9 and 10, sell excursion tickets from stations in Iowa to Marshalltown and return at very low rates, good for return passage until Aug, 17, inclusive. For tickets and full information, apply & Northwestern ICE! ICE! ICE! During the past winter I have enlarged m? jje bouse and now have on hand 400 ions o Joe In fine condition. Do not protract for youi summer's supply of Joe without tot geftim my prices, ftfwiu be delivered to all parts o the city every day. Orders may be left with near Kmetery? 0 ' IC6 h ° U86 and resld °nce CHARLES MAGNUSSON, M ONEY ON REAL ESTATE HOXIE & BRUNSON, W4TSR OR NO PA F, the Artesian well contractor, J cable steam drilling machine county; stak wells for water supply"?or towns' owes,' and railroads. Speclar aWptloi '' farm well work, Estimates made. I Addresg A, You can't blame a pretty girl with a pretty foot lor w^ting a 'pair of the pretty shoes sold by Brownell & Mired, FOB sale: A half intweeFta the gona, water mills. NO, 13, N ORDINANCE to provide for the construe- na Sa" t«*P«w»w extern inj %lgo- na, , Iowa iflUBona, *owas Sec, I. That the city of Al grants unto the Western Jmsoiwo Teiepnone company fun right, power, andwthWy ?« thl ffif/'Sy* 9 ' W 1 */,*' fta « WWto gWUKfe ft the said City of Ateona tor the Traroose of SJ59MF a?/maiufa3»iug ffi^VSpSoS&ff V Wivaa fr\*t +U« .»««?._ Tgis- .A., Orr, Painter and Paper Hanger, ABfc£&8^^ "• Carriage Painting a Speolalty, Slagle's Harness Shop, Manufacturers and dealers in Harness, Saddles, Whips, SLA6LE & SON.
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