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"* J tfDNEWUY, fUBKUABY tt, JM^ ^ J ; -* LL±_ _ -------- .......... subject. « „ bustaess, and 1 have never befare bden'kble to as gd&d; QUALITY t>f tea lot the price as I can on this fv? I' '- - 1 lb. 35c, or 10 Ibs. $3, aftd ; I will guarantee that it is better than any goc tea ever in Algona or north western Iowa; and if the tea is not as money will be refunded, No one who drinks , tea can afford to let thte opportunity pass, as it won't last Cowles Block, James Patterson. p ( g ( I have a few sacks left of that famous flour so dearly •r/ loved by all, A farmer remarked the other day (and he was willing to stake all he had on this) that our 650 flour was BETTER than any flour made in Algona. People know where they can buy the best for the least money. I am for business, Yours truly, JAMES PATTERSON. RAILWAY TIME CARDS. ' , CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. kOOAli TRAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at, n :08 a in No. 0 departs at 4:24 p m Freights that carry passengers- No. O.T departs at...... 11:65 am No. 71 departs at 0:40pin , . TRAINS BAST. No. 2 departs at 10:23am No. 4 departs at.. 6 i04 p m Freights that carry passengers- No. 78 departs at 8!20pm No. 04 departs at l:45pm R. P, HBDRIOB, Agent. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN. South- Pass 3;05pm Breight.. . Hi-eight.... . .0:30 am .:245pm Noi'th- Pass 3:20pm 6:58pmPass...,.....,8:13 am Freight 0:30 am Freight.... ..7:33 pin - — gh Pass, arrives at Chicago at 7 a m! arrives at Des Molnes at 8:15 p m. Lv. Des M. 2:30 a m Mixed connects with flyer and arrives at Ohi • cago at 8 a. m. F. H. VESPER, Agent. Notice of City Election MAYOB'S PROCLAMATION. THE LOCAL FIELD. Notice Is hereby given that the annual municipal election of the city of Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, will be held on Monday, the 2d day of March, 1800, in the different wards of 1 said city, for the purpose of electing the following officers: ,One alderman in the First ward to succeed F. H. Vesper. One alderman in the Second ward to succeed S, H. Pettlbone. 'One alderman In the Third ward to succeed John D. Magnusson. One alderman in the Fourth ward to succeed j; F. Nlcoulln. Dated February 10,1800. D. A. HAGGARD, Mayor. Attest; OHAS. A. COHENOUB, City Clerk. 47t3 , P. L. SLAGLE, Manufacturer and dealer in Harness, Saddles, Whips, , . XSO2ES, and all Harness goods. Also a full line of ^Trunks, Grips, and Telescopes. Repairing neatly and promptly done, I sell- DR. JOSEPH HAAS' REMEDY FOR HOG CHOLERA, Positively the best remedy for cholera in hogs or chickens. Come and see me, at new stand, adjoining Ohristenson's livery barn. The State University OP . THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS \>" * Will begin the year 1895-00 . ' «• On September 18, i' B)or particular information as to the vespeot- h 'lye departments address as follows: _ CpHeglate~0(»ai'les A. Scbaeffer, president. ^QW. & OSty, ;• LawvrEmUnMcClaln, chancellor, Iowa City, v;MeQ|pal—jr, W. • Hayrtman, M, D., secretary i or fac»lty, fowa Oity, * ^omceppftthlp MeqJoaW. G. Gilchrist, M, v .. registrar'of faculty, Jowa Qjty, Bejrtal-A, 0. Hunt/p, P. S,, ^eajj of faculty, " »/ "* Jt atioaW i jQWft Qltj .esjn&uae ttWdlnMrati ... Clubs, »§ & |3,6Q op for Ph. G,, fleas •if, -"-,,6 e £ 80 ,PJ* We< ,llies, fa to $5 per per week, • jneral information A, f GHAEFFJBB, PETTIBONI, Stones, Monwuents, r 'fa 1 * "- ' * ^^SfS^Wfk.,- A. P. Hall is better this week and sits up a little. Jesse Staley and Louise Creighton a re licensed to wed. The bean supper Friday evening will be the event of the season. E. P. MoElroy is confined to his home with grip and is having a serious time. The Algona drug stores close hereafter at 8 o'clock, except on Saturdays. It tried to blizzard Monday, but the days of old-fashioned blizzards seem to be over. Emmotsburg is to vote -on granting an electric light franchise at the city election. Herman Frausen made final proof on his tree claim in Clerk Grose's office Monday. Geo. Simpkins is now a grandpa. A baby has appeared at the Henry Winkle home. The Col. Clarke attorney foe case ngainst E. S. Ellsworth is 'booked for this term of court. The Methodist church entrance is now illuminated by a new street lamo, which is a decided improvement. Senator Funk says Kossuth will hardly eret into a senatorial district by itself. We may make it with one other county. Sheriff Samson has not yet received that $200 from Minnesota for capturing ahorse thief, but the money will be forthcoming. ' . Fred Anderson, who works at the Wigwam, has traded for the John Grove house on Call street opposite J. B. 'Winkers. A tree claim contest was heard yesterday In the county clerk's office between A. D. Clnrko and Beck worth for land in 10-99-100. Mrs, Mansmith has recently received payment on a policy of life insurance held by her .husband, lately deceased, the amount being $2,020. Attorneys Swotting and Fellows had a legal tilt at Wesley last week in the cose of Gallagher vs. Steinman. It will be tried again in district court. The steam heat in the court house works all ( right. Last week the old cast iron stoves were carried out of the offices by the jail birds, who wanted exercise, The public .schools are to observe Washington's birthday, Friday, with special exercises. Some of the old soldiers will take part and talk to the scholars. Six families from Illinois located near Whittemore last week. They have all bought farms and are all related, They paid as high as $40 an acre for land. '..-,. The democrats nominated Uncle Steve Pettibone for alderman in the Second ward last night. He has been on the council two years and has been a good member. The county flag has been .taken down and repaired. This is not the old sanitary fliig, but the one which does duty on ordinary occasions on the court bouse flag poje, The Frink oases are JJkely to be tried at the coming term of court. This time tbe attapbments will be up for consideration, Mr. Frink asks $20,000 damages for wrongful attachment, S, S, Sessions called our attention to the curious letter from Prof, Gilohrist to Mason City people about the normal school, which we publish, elsewhere, ..„_... 1ch6wn In —._ — H HsM tftJ&R tfflftte,, tteptSsefilftifVe MRyfifg 1ms written 8&«trHl Tettefs ftfttful fidrmal pfospe'CtS ttffd {Stfetlifitf A1goWa*s interests well Ifthfifid ifi his committee. TlfS im- bMSsldfi at DtJs Mrtfn6s is thnl the bin ialfcect of Will with Slight modifications be endorsed. Ketf. Laftdis, thS flew Baptist preacher, lifts ftfHved in Algbna with hta fartiily BHd is occupying the parsonage building vacated fry S. S. Sessions. He will Breach his first sermon next Sufid&y. He comes to Algeria very highly recoffittiefided. The supreme Court Friday affirmed the sentence of Wllsey to one yenr in the penitentiary. He Is the Webster CJity young Man convicted of ttduUet'i' with the former Rose Shiulle, Since Mr. Shadle sedured his divorce Wllsey and she have been married. Last week we had Mr, LcPlaht's improvements at Se# ton wheft Hobaft is entitled to the honor. He hnS bought the land lying? west of the town south of the track and will 'build a $l,0f)0 house besides his big nni-n. This is the beginning of Hobart's spring booin. , Dougal Wallace will build a large and convenient home on his fitrm east of town this spring. It Is to be 26 feet, square with 18-foot posts, and the hall and two rooms will be finished in hard wood, The foundation Is in and the frame will go up as soon as spring opens. While at Des Molnes last week THE tJPPEH DES MOINES reporter met Dairy Commissioner .Boardmnn, who nays he will attend the county farmers' institute unless something urgentarises to prevent. He will discuss dairy matters nnrl will be a big addition to the program. Nothing further is known about the new passenger train on the Northwestern except thnt everybody along the line Is looking for a change early next month. The ' railway . men generally believe that a new triiln will be put on and that our time curd will be completely overhauled. One of the lamps at the reading room would not work. The wick would not come up. It was taken to n store for examination nnd there it was discovered thnt the oil had frozen solid. There is nothing like the Standard oil this sideof the Missouri river. That smells, looks, and acts just like it. Dr. Tribon has been fixing up an arm for Ed Duckett of Irvington. He was shoeing a horse, which gave him a push In such a way that he was thrown over on his arm and one bone in the forearm was split. He. is the young man who was thrown in the novelty race at the county fair and hurt lust fall. Sheriff Samson had some trouble in taking the insane patients to Independence last week. Mrs. gam son and Mrs. Crose went along and were needed before the end of the journey. Mrs. Smith gave trouble all the way, but Mrs. Ostrum was quiet until the street car was reached. She refused to go further and had to be carried. There are two live debating societies over west of Algona. One meets in the Potter school house Friday evenings and one in the Southard school house Wednesday evenings. This week they debate pursuit and' possession at the Potter meeting, and woman suffrage at the Southard. Some good, vigorous debaters take part and the meetings draw big crowds. Algona's well known boot 'black, John Sohoenrock, is in town again dressed in the latest style. He has been at Fort Dodge for some weeks and has had a job with Hon. Still Meservey, who bought him an entire new outfit. He Is up for a few-days' visit at home and says he is going back to the Fort, John is a bright lad and says he has quit all his bad habits. W. N, Johnston of Springfield town- shipi a tough pill of 19 years, who was engnged in a stabbing affray at El more last fall, is in jail to await the grand jury on a charge of attempted rape on the 11-year-old daughter of J. A. Clarke. Johnston's father refused to give ball or to assist him in any way. It Is thought that he will make no defense but will plead guilty to this heinous charge. The case against Miller, the Sheldon editor, for transferring mortgaged property, has been sent to Sioux county for trial, that being the county where the offense, if any, was committed. Miller was in Algona yesterday and Clarke & Cohenour represent him and will fight the prosecution, A. C. Ripley of Garner represents Way, and was here Monday. The date for the hearing is not set. C. C, Thompson was down from Ban* croft yesterday, He says the north end fair association is a go, and that smooth enough to" Wtork Algona for a Mason City printing house on one of Ifao'se illustrated^ heroin pafftphlets. It is repwf-ted that he has, howevef* One iteni of the protaise made is thatacopy will be hwlled to every tax payee f« the county. Ed. cannot get the post- office address of every taxpayer ifl Kossuth co'unty if he puts In from »ov» till June, and when he does his list will be worth more than what he can make on a boom edition. There is not a printing house In Mason City as well prepared to do the work as f,he Algona shops are, ahd it is Inconceivable that Algona cart be farmed for $400 in such limes as these. MOVEMENTS. , , It will be &n eye opener herein Algona, D, p, Tubbs of Pupt has had. j, B, Weston. arrested for refusing tp pa y a $17 board bill wbioh. he 8lle|w is d«e him, Wegton denies that he ewes the The case is to cfi»e before 'Squire The new store room j n t}j e hlopk wWoh Bowym' aufl at«aiey move into is atoottt ready for them, , $1,500 will be raised to build an araphi< theatre apd fence on J, A. Wlnkel's half-mile track, The expectation is to give sqme races about July 4. All the north end towns are expected to take a hand in and help make a big fair asso* elation. A regulation agricultural ex* hibit will be given next year, if. not H, J. fideiis spent ii few days iti towti last week. Mr. find Mrs. 0. J. Loner of A it) boy, Minn., are visiting his sister, Mrs. C. C. Sattisotti Mi's. fi. d, Bonwell of Blue Elttfth, Minn.* Catno last week to visit lief daughter, Mrs. P, D. Calkins. A. M. Shaw was up from Cherokee to spend Sunday with his old friends. He is With the Illinois Central railway, located there. A. E. Dougherty came up yesterday for a few days' visit. He is now ti registered pharmacist, having passed the state examination. Miss A. M. Armltageof Cedar Rapids Is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Grove. and will make Algona her home. She Is an experienced trained nurse. Mrs. J. W. Tennant and daughter gave (i reception Saturday afternoon to about 70 guests. The parlors were beautifully decorated and those present were hospitably entertained. The first and second lieutenants of the Hull company were In Algona yesterday on their way to Ames. They expected to get south Monday night, but missed it and had a day to put in here. Grant Hawkins of Morning Sun and his brother Ed. ofPackwood were visitors here and. at Bancroft last week. Both the boys are making good papers In their respective towns and doing well financially. Lieut. Foster went to Ames Monday to attend the military school this week. Capt. Haggard and C. T. Chubb expect to go down for a' day. On account of business Col. Cooke has not been able to attend as instructor. Hugh Smith expects to go to Rathven this week to take charge of the new paper to be started there by Geo. Bookman of West Bend. The paper's name is not announced, but the first issue will be out the last Saturday of this month. Rev. Southwell of Engle Grove was up Sunday and preached the quarterly sermon for Presiding Elder Black. The latter was kept at home by the illness of Mrs. Black. This lady's many Algona friends will be glad to know that her health is graduallyimproving. Rev. Stevens was a pleasant caller Monday. He cnme down Friday and returned to Rochester yesterday. He is in much better health, has a splendid field and enjoys ht« new work. Rochester has about 6,000 people and the Baptist church is an old and well organized institution. THE WEEK'S MEETINGS. The Home Missionery society will meet with Mrs. Brownell at 3 o'clock tomorrow. Special prayer meetings are being held this week at the Methodist church, joined in by members of all churches. The Baptist society will hold a dime social at the home of G, M. Howard Thursday evening. A cordial invitation is extended. Rev. G. W. Southwell will be assisted in special meetings at the Methodist church next week by bis brother from Eagle Grove. Meetings every evening. The Baptist associational rally will be held with the Algona church the afternoon and evening of Feb. 26, Good speakers from abroad will be present. A full attendance is desired, Sunday evening there will be a union meeting at the Congregational church in which the missionary societies of the Baptist, Methodist and Congregationalist will join, The topic will be the murder of the Armenians by the Turks and a good program is prepared. FIRE AT WESLEY. A Bad. Blaze Is Narrowly Avertett- Farmers Will Buy tUe Creamery- AVesley News Ix» General, Geo. Schneider's store caught on fire Sunday from a defective flue. The family were all at church except two See that 2-pouttd can of Coffee? It's the Chase & Saitbom Kitid, and it beats all creation how it sells. That's because it is so good—many declare it is the best in the market, and they | are probably right, If you try our Monarch Canned Goods Walker Bros. yoa with TELEPHONE 47- FINANCIAL, $so.ooo. . »eposlts received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Collec turns made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. 1NUHAM, President; J. B. JONES, Vice President; DEWIS H. SMITH. Cashier Directors—Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B.-Jones, T. Ohrischllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. \Vadsworth, Barnet Devlne. First national Bait of Alpna; CAPITAL.... 850,001 AMBROSE A. OALLi ...President I WM. K. FERGUSON. .Cashier D. H. HUTCH1NS Vice President I C. D. SMITH Asst. Cahhler Directors—D. H. Hutchins, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweiler, "W. F. Carter, Ambrose A. Call, R. H. Spencer, Wm. K. Ferguson. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. Special attention given to collections. • l ifflcer* and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, C. C. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbralth, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Cooke. CASH CAPITAL, 850,000. General Banking. PRIVA.XE SAFETY DEPOSIT T4 VLTS. ^"Interest paid on time* deposits. GKEO. C. Six per cent. Merest on Tie for money left three months or more. Money always on hand to loan on fltst mo: mortgages, and goodcollaterals. Notes bought. second ALGONA. IOWA. returned from Kansas. They repor dull times and plenty of mud dow there and are of the opinion that the, would rather live" here. Local politics begins with the eleo* won of aldermen, Then two school dl» rectors, are to be chosen, Then "dele" gates are to be eent to Pea Moines, Then comes the state convention to select state officers, a judiaiftl convex tlon to select a successor to Judge fhojflaj, and a congressional conven,. tion to, select Mr, Pouter's successor, If a new senatorial district ii made we the epuGty ofitora , Tbe flnjj eJiroa* will b e the eleetiofl of a prfsiaent, J/ p bw uQ^| B tbw mm w§ vui U»ys politic*. small children who discovered the fire in time to give the alarm and by the heroic efforts of our town people it was extinguished before any great harm was done, Neivel & Corey's stock of general merchandise was in one of the rooms and was removed to the vacant store room across the street formerly occupied by G. A, Frink. It received but little damage, and while (Schneider's stock was not injured by fire or water, it was damaged some by the careless way in which it was handled. Mr. Schneider carried no insurance on stock or building, C. E, Oleeon has about completed the sale pnhe Qreawepy. to ft s.to<?fc con* TO OALIFOBNIA..' Personally Conducted Excursions by the Northwestern Line. The Northwestern line is now run ning personally conducted excursions to San Francisco and Los Angeles, leav ing points'in Iowa every Friday. The route-is through some of the most picturesque scenery in, America, and the tourist sleeping cars in this service are pf the most modern pattern, neatly upholstered, and furnish their occupants every facility and comfort. These excursions are accompanied through to California by experienced conductors, insuring passengers the best of care anc attention. Full information relative to rates, etc., will be promptly furnished on application to agents of Chicago & Northwestern railway,—48t4 For Ocean Steamship Tickets Via the Beaver Line from Montreal- Quebec to Liverpool, or via any steamship line crossing the Atlantic, at lowest rates for first cabin, second cabin, and steerage, both outward and prepaid, apply to B, F, Hedriok, agent oi Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul railway at Algona, or address 0, F. Wenham, general steamship agent, 48 Adams Chicago, 111.—itFep—3tMch-3tApr IT JffAY DO AS MUOH FOR YOU. Fred Miller of Irving, III., writes that he had a severe kidney trouble for many years with severe pains in his back, and also that ms Dladaer was affected. He tried man BO-oalled kidney cures, but without any gopi ""-"'* About »• year ago he began the use fo of Electric Sitters and found relief at once, Electric Bitters is especially adapted to the cuve of all kidney and Uver troubles, and of ten gives almost instant relief, One trial win prove our statement. Price only 50ofor large bottle at Dr. Sheetz' store. to be run on the sanje plan, as at «rt, This will fee one of We many good institutions of our town, We see BOreajQnwby Wesley cannot cooperative Qre,am6 P y Rg drug 0 KNIGHTS OF TUB «400ABI!ES, The 'State Commander writes us from Lincoln, Neb., as follows; "After tr; other medicines for what seemed to very obstinate cough in our two ohu we tried pr. King's New-Oiseowy M the end of two days the eough entirely left them, We will not be without it bw&ftw, a.8 our experience proveg pba^ ij O m wsf^LfePS ? »^ 8 ^ u '''^ B ^ w. stevpnsiState Cow, w\yjjy mji gfi grs&t wed Jo?""" *™'"' --"•'-"---*-- LE&AL. ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualitied as administrator of the estate of Michael Tesmer, late of Kossuth county, Iowa, deceased. All persons In any manner Indebted to said estate will make immediate paj ment to the undersigned: and those having claims against the said estate will file them with the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county. Iowa, as i cusinci; court or Kossuth county, Iowa, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance. Dated this 30th day 46t3 JOHN G. r of January, 1898. •"IITH, Administrator, Legal Blanks Real Estate Mortgages, Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, Leases, Cash or Share Kent, Real Estate Contracts. Bill of Sale, Chattel Mortgages, Satisfaction of Mortgage, Grass Leases, Notes, .these are k«pt constantly on The Upper Des Moines STEAM PRINTING HOUSE, ALCONA, Grass. Leases. .N "^v^i! .J I,'- "=* •j,. <:* 'M

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