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vm*m ms MOINJ» ALGONA, TOW A. WEDNESDAY, MARCH as, jgog. Crockery. , . .. , just received a crate of dishes — (paviland" pattern. You are cordially ated to Them. have also an elegant assortment of fine glassware—latest things out, You can save some money and keep good-naturec by inspecting these goods—and buying. Cowles Block. James Patterson. RAILWAY TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL, TXJCAI, TRAINS WEST. Ko, 1 departs at 0:08 am No.9 departs at 4:24pm Freights that carry passengers— •No. 9JT departs at... 12:05 am No.71 departs at 8:45pm TKA1NS BAST. No.2 departs at 10:47am No. 4 departs at 0:04 pm Freight* that carry passengers- No. 76 departs at 8:20pm No.94 departs at, 3:05pm R. F. HEDBICK, Agent. CHICAGO ft SOUTHWESTERN. South— Paw 3:0"»p m Pass 5:58pm Freight 0:30 am Freight :245pm North- Pass 3:2Bpm Pass 8:13 am Freight 9:30 am Freight 7:33 pm Pa»s. arrives at Chicago at 7 a m; arrives a BesMolnesat8:15pm. Lv. DCS M. 2:30 am Mixed connects with flyer and arrives at Chi cago.at 8 a. m. F. H. VESPER, Agent. 3. C. Anderson. G. J. Stebbino STOISE ANDERSON & STEBBINS Desire to impress upon the people that they are handling the best to be had in GROCERIES ' Flour, Feed; Hay, and Grain. Have as good a ' set of city scales as is made, and pay carefu attention to weighing for the public. ' California canned goods, per can S .H - Fine canned sweet corn, 4 cans for 25 Cal. dried plums, extra fine, 10 Ibs for... 1.00 Cal. peaches, 15 Ibs for 1.00 Cal. apricots, 11 Ibs for 1.00 A fine table syrup, per gallon 25 •••A bargain for you In Holland Herring, perpall 60 We can save you money on groceries. Give us a trial and be convinced. ANDERSON & STEBBINS. LEGAL. LETTERS TESTAMENTARY. 'THE STATE OP IOWA, KOSSUTH COUN ty—ss.—To all whom these presents shal' come, greeting: Whereas, Mary M. Warner, of the county >nd state aforesaid, died on or about the 2'H day of December, 1805. leaving a last will und • testament, and therein nominating B. H. Spencer of Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, ex editor ol the same; and Whereas, Said will having been admitted to /probate and record by the district court of *aid county— Now, therefore, know ye that the said R. H. Spencer has been appointed by the said court as executor of the goods, chattels, rights, credits, and effects of the estate of the said Mary M, Warner, deceased, with full power and au thority to secure and collect the said property aqd debts wherever the same may be found in this state, and to do and perform all other acts vrtilch now are or may hereafter be required of him by law. • • • In testimony whereof I have hereunto set ray hand and affixed the seal of the district court at Algona, this 10th day of March, 1800, fl* S.] B. F. OBOSE, lw Clerk of the District Court. EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE. ' Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned $30 been appointed and has qualified as executrix of fhe estate of QptUeb Bohn, late of Kossutb county, Iowa, deceased. AU per- 'ns in any manner indebted to said estate .11 make immediate payment to the underroed: and those having claims against the wald estate will file them with the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, as pro- Tided by }aw, duly authenticated, for allowance. ' Dated this 18tb day of March, A. D. 1806, JULIANA W. BOHN, lt» Executrix. ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. otice Js hereby given that the undersigned „>% hasbeeaappointeijand has.oaaUtUd. as ad ^*'« »litfstrator<?f the estate Qt FlavWa Button. V* iate of Kpssuth county, Iowa, deceased. All persons In any manner indebted to said estate Bdlatepajment to the under- ''*wnf9i i*»9jno|e bayjog claims against the State will file them w}th the clerk of the ct court pj KbMufh county, Iowa, as pro- by law, duly authenticated, for allow- THE LOCAL FIELD. The city council meets Saturday evening. The wtMofB. B. Clarke in Letts Creek is quite sick. Dr. Garfield gets on slowly and ia still confined mostly to the house. The wind yesterday brought back the dirt Saturday's wind took away. S. E. Grove's hands are said to have been burned to the bone at the Wesley fire. There will be a teachers'examination Friday and Saturday at Supt. Reed's office. Judpe Quarton will be at homo till week from Monday, when he opens court at Estherville. The Wesley Reporter showed com mendable enterprise in getting out an extra telling about the big fire. John Elwell was before the Insane commissioners Monday, but nothing was found seriously wrong with him. Drs. Sheetz andKennefick were down to Irvlngton Sunday to see Dr. Arm strong, who IB having a serious time. Algona is harboring a lot of tough citizens. The city authorities woulc do well to indulge In a spring clearing, R. A. Palmer says he will build a new cigar factory building for Water house & Schu as soon as he can begin work. P. G. Pettlbone, the Bancroft brother of C. D. and S. H. Pettibone of Algona, has been quite dangerously sick, but is slightly better. Evangelist Williams writes to Rev. Southwell that Evangelist Cordner, who is to be in Algona next month, is an exceptional man in the work. The Bnncroft Register says it will review Henry Durant's book nexl week. The book is on sale at all our neighboring towns and should be widely read. Fred. Kuhn, the young man who was run over north of town last week, was not expected to live Saturday, but has since improved rapidly. He was very seriously injured. The L. M. B. Smith building Is being refitted and the O. K. lunch room will be moved there as soon as it is ready. Mr. Allen wants more room than he has at present. Archie Hutchison got a Kossuth plat book for $6 from a man who had bought it and found he didn't need it, It is worth the full $12,60 to Archie or to any other land man. Col. Cooke has an invitation to go with Gov. Drake to Philadelphia for t,he launching of the battle ship, Iowa, but is unable to get away. A dozen of the governor's staff will attend. The youngest child at Thad. White hill's home is not expected to live, The Algona club members took up a collection last Wednesday evening and raised $7,50 for Mrs. Whitehill. Jos. Thompson sold 20 bushels of seed corn to J, J. Ryan last week and a bushel of seed potatoes to S, E. Me- Mahon. Kossuth's harvest will be something to tell about this fall, James Patterson is figuring on building a home on the lot east of J, R. Jonee. where the old Vaughn house now stands, He will build for himself, but probably not until next season. Mr. Kennedy, the Milwaukee tele- rraph operator who bad Jerry Callaban up for threatening mischief, JB over at Sexton, and Algona. has a new operator. Jerry is with ws as usual, The St. Augustine Weekly News says J. H. MoNall was so pleased with St. Augustine that be made a valuable purchase of property and has already built i residence and many improvements on t. Friday a hearing was had in a case eUwQ farmer*, Simpson and to remove obstructions to a ghway, The judge found tbat the fb,py had RQfc bee« legally iioefl, to .« B ... IhS teaft or Ms trfethods to which the ttsoal fastidious could object, and I can see continually fresh evidences of Ihe blessed results of bis trork ia tins place." 3. B. Elwell is circulating a subscription to rdise money for a Methodist church to go up this season near the northeast corner of Sec. 26-9t, 2», ih Buffalo tfewnship* to be called the Elwell Methodist church. A galooti case was to hare been heard from Erometsburg Friday, but Mrs. Stamback, an interested party, was sick and unable to attend. Judge Quarton granted a temporary injunction until a hearing can be bad. Mrs. Palmer, state organizer of the W. C. T. II., spoke twice in Algona Sunday, and organized a branch society Monday, She represents the national, or Miss Willard society. The Mrs. Poster society is said to be dwind Hng out. The biggest transfer of real estate on record occurred Saturday. It was conducted by Wind & Co., and if we are not mistaken a large quantity of Kossuth soil is now owned over in Illinois. Nobody ever saw more good dirt on the go before. J. M. Farley and his brother from Paducah. Ky., were in Algona one day last week. Geo. E. Boyle came with them. The three were boys together. Mr. Farley's brother is a man of means and was talking some of making Whil- lemore his home. Manager Blossom is still in correspondence with the Keene company and it is possible that a date will be arranged. Algona was a little late in the race and it may not be possible. But the last word was that they might make it for April 11. The old gentleman Ash at Wesley, now 74 years old, fell on a scantling Monday and broke a rib and otherwise injured himself. Dr. McCorwack was over to see him and says he is getting on well. He weighs 240 pounds and the fall was quite serious. Marriage licenses have been i.tsuec to Carl Bressler and Erailie Hictler, M. E. Borsell and Nellie Anderson, Charles Ama and Julia Post, Ben Steinburg and Tena Pfluger, Geo. Witzadl and Kate Chedier, Isaac R Yozel and Ersula Mott. The Lund grain elevator has been sold and April 1 Mr. Lund will retire from the grain and coal business. He has traded with H. L. Kimball of Burt taking Mr. Kimball's fine farm. Mr! Kimball will move to Algona and will soon be established in a fine business. There are no new developements in the Northwestern train service. The last report was that the company, after getting out its new schedule, was hav ing a tussle with the United States mail service about it. When this is settled we shall expect that new train, The defense of young Johnston o; Harrison township, charged with rape, fell out, and he pleaded guilty Friday. Judge Quarton inquired about him anc found that he is not sound minded anc probably is diseased, and sentenced him to two years. He was taken Mon day. Twenty farmers were in Sullivan & McMahon's office Saturday explaining that they didn't want the Kossuth county plat books they had signed for and asking what to do. They tell various stories of how they came to sign their names and some of them wil fight. The Republican criticizes Henry Durant's use of English in his book and in doing so says it is " unconventional." Mr. Durant calls our attention to the fact that there is no such word in the dictionary as unconventional. The tight shoe seems to bo on our contemporary. Two men were caught out of the Germania gang of drunkards and fighters reported last week. They were fined $25 each and costs, 'Squire Ray mond going north to prosecute. The others left town, and it ia to be hoped for good. Germania has been disgraced long enough by these drunken brawls Congressman Dolliver sends out notice that an examination will be held at Fort Dodge, April 15, for a naval cadet at Annapolis, Young men between the ages of 15 and 20 are eligible. A cadet and an alternate will be selected. Here is a chance for some bright healthy Kossuth boy to secure a free education. The $5,000 suit brought by J. J. Watson of Emmetsburg against Geo. Schneider of Wesley, for failure to take a piece of land and pay for it, has been dismissed by the plaintiff. And the $5,000 damage suit brought by Schermerhorn against the Bancroft hank [3. R. Morehouse and others for hav Ing him arrested out in Montana has been settled, Two all-around hard cases, Jo. Weston and Al, Swanson, had a woman in their room in the old L. M, B, Smith Building, and last Tuesday evening she 4ad either taken some poison or was drunk and Dr. Triton was called. She recovered enough to he shipped out of ;own, They approached Marshal Wil> ey with an offer of money if he would et them alone. It is pretty well settled that Algona Will have a $5,000 tile factory this spring. Mr. Huey, an Illinois tile maker, has tested our clay and will come out and begin business. A stock company will be formed, of which Geo, Hamilton will be a principal member Mr. Bwey w m have charge of the plant, It wlJJ probably be located be* >ween the two depots, Messrs. A. D. Clarke, Thos, F. x>oke, ana A. A. Brunson were in Whittempre Monday to attend a settle- meat of the eisMershlp el the Whitte- mare,hank, The outcome j a that RWeway steps aat and Thos.' • " is pbpsej} to succeed him. ™. „ way Ijaj teea wHfc foe bajjjj frsffl Me.tefjtaniBg, M\» health is pjgerand be will attend to that a( offic«. Attorneys Bonar and Swelling presenting Ibe issues. Charlie Stewart is owning « billiard hall in tfce S. C. Spear building. There was a report that the city authorities bad closed bis poker rooms. but it seems to have been unfounded. TBE UPPER DBS MOEJES is still C»M- oiis to know how it is that a man like Charlie cad be arrested for crime* es- cftpe an officer, and then come bach and settle down in a place like Algona to the same old practices nnd nothing be said about it. There mast be a big bole in the law that lets sueb cases as that through. The case against Heath in the Burl shooting scrape has been dismissed by County Attorney Raymond. Stelser and bis wife, the two important witnesses, after proving conclusively that thev were sorrv baggage, skipped out of Burt, and it'was hardly worth while to put the county to expense in a prosecution thus weakened. It would seem that out of a public shooting of such a sensational character as Burt enjoyed, some one ought to be caught in the net of the law. But it is now generally believed that the wrong man was prosecuted, and that Stelser would have been a fitter subject for the peniten tiary. ' _ ___ DR. QtnNX, the optician, will be at Dinglfy & Pugb's store the coming week, March 30 to April 4. JAMES PATTERSON' is paying 8 cents for eggs. DON'T let anyone lead you astray on the tea question. Grove & Son have the best Stock K I have purchased a thoroughbred Jersey bull and will keep him at my livery barn for service. The animal is St. L. of Riverside, No. 37781; sired by Ventor's Duke, No. 25751 ; dam Sunny Wadena. No. 60051. If you are interested in fine Jersey stock call and see this splendid animal. 42m3 S. P. CHRISTENSEN. THE Daily Iowa Capital, Des Moines, eight pages. Iowa'* best newspaper, only $3 a year by mail; six months for S1.50. Weekly, 50 cents a year. Lafe Young, publisher, Des Moines, Iowa. AMONG THE ADVEBTISEBS. Doxsee talks hog fence this week, Anderson & Stebbins have a new ad. in this issue. Col. Spencer sold a Jersey calf last week to a man in Shafer, Minn. Hogs are down again to S3.40. Corn is still 16c., oats 14c., and wheat 50c. The Wigwam is already sending out lots of farm machinery. Spring is here, John Goeders is opening up the big gest spring stock he has ever brought to Algona. Mrs. Galbraith will buy some of the latest novelties in spring goods wbil in Chicago. Jas. Patterson has some new crocker_ in semi-porcelain that can't be tolc from Haviland china. Swea City Herald: G. S. Foster o Algona was in this part of the county last Friday, and a caller at this office Byron Anderson is in Bancroft as th agent for the McComb laundry. H ought to get a good business, as th laundry turns out first class work. Brown & Hunter have bought a new power clipper, and will clip horses this season at Brown's livery barn. Mos people have their drivers clipped now Armstrong Journal: Sixty-three deeds were in the auditor's office a Algona week before last. Land seems to be changing hands in Kossuth coun ty. Miss McCall is in Chicago buying her spring stock of millinery, and will be back this week. Miss Matson, after an absence of ten weeks, is again in Al gona. Bradley & Nicoulin intend to turn out the finest line of carriages this season ever seen hereabouts, at prices thai suit the times. No one need ride in a wagon any longer. John Goeders has as fine a line of shoes as has ever been shown in town. He has enlarged this department and is making prices that will sell them. Don't buy shoes without seeing his big new stock and new styles, Chas, Kraft, tha new clothier who is locating in the Cowles block, is in town and all his. stock will -be in this week. His brother will be up next Wednesday to assist in opening the store. He is a genial appearing young man and will be welcomed to Algona. Wesley Reporter: The contract for furnishing our creamery was let to Spurbeck & Lambert of Algona. This firm has the reputation of giving en tire satisfaction. It is expected to have the creamery Jn running order about the 10th of April. The Osceola Sentinel has the follow ing item: Mr. Charley Kraft will go to Algona next Monday to open an exclus ive clothing store for the Kraft Cloth ing company. Mr, Kraft came to Osceola a year ago and opened a large store of similar nature, which will be contin' ued as heretofore. In the past year ho has made many friends, has done a large business, and proved himself worthy of confidence. He IB an active, keen-sighted business man, perfectly honorable in his methods. We cheerfully commend him tp the good graces of the Algona people. Photographer Peterson took nearly 200 views up north a week ago for the Mason City boom edition Ed, Fitzslnj' PQHS is getting up. His photographs Igok well, but here ii wba/tbe Garner Signal says about the Pictures as they finally appear in the Hancock edition ; With a few exceptions the cuts are beauties in the dim distance. The & terlopviewilook like dime museums filled with curious sad Egyptian m u «, gie*- The photo cutfl would qy8»k hliad pig laugh, All »a«oWitlw«e «s " Economy is Gain," Penny Saved is a Penny Earned." Come and examine the Belgium * We guaran tee it to give the same light, and use one-half as much oil as the ordinary lamp. One in use every night at our store. TELEPHONE 47. Walker Bros. FINANCIAL. $SO.OOO. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Colleo ttons made promptly and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from the old countries sold at lowest rates. WU. H. INGHA1I, President; J. B. JONES, Vice President; LEWIS H. SMITH. Cashier Directors—Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrlschllles, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. CAPITAL $50,OOC AMBROSE A. CALb President I WM. K. FERGUSON Cashier D. H. HUTCHINS Vice President I C. D. SMITH Asst. Cashier Directors—D. H. Hutchlns, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweller, P. H. Vesper, Ambrose A. Call, B. 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. 1ffti:m and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, C. C. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbraith, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenck, Thos. F. Cooke. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. <, General Banking: PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. {^"Interest paid on time deposits. GhHO. C. Six jer cent Merest on Time for money left three months or more. Money always on hand to loan on first mortgages, second mortgages, and good collaterals. Notes bought. ALGONA, IOWA. Foundry and Machine Shop. <Ss Olrasted/t, IFrops. We do repairing of all kinds. Iron and brass casting and boiler work done on short notice Threshing outfits repaired promptly. We are here to stay. Mail orders promptly attended Bull pinion for Case power, and horse power knuckle, a specialty. Shop east of Butherford 2£' U XJJXC.A. Je, OB:iTS 1 I l B33a? House - ALQONA, IOWA. NSURANGE Also Land, Loan and Collection Business,- Offlce over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, ! Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, '- - •—.. Rockford of Rockford, ' ' ' Lloyd's Plate Glass of New Y^k, United States Life of New Y<flc. GEO. M. BVILEY. Farm Loans at U per Cent. And the expenses of making the loan can be paid at option of the borrower Interest payable annually unless other wise preferred. The loan can be paic in whole or in part at any interest date Hoxns & BRUNSON. DRIED fruits! A large variety of th best and cheapest at Grove & Son's, OUR poultry is fine this week and we sell it cheap. Moe Bros. Money, I am loaning money on farm lands at six per cent, interest. Only a smal charge will be made for procuring this cheap money. The borrower can have the privilege of paying off all or any part of his mortgage at the time of pay ing interest, J. J. RYAN. Office over the postofflce, Algona, Iowa. NEW shoes; latest styles and lowest prices. Galbraith & Co. Mason City Brick »od Tile, The Mason City Brick and Tile com- makes the best tile in the world, e hollow building blocks will make any building at less cost than of wood, frost and flre proof, 5114 jr. A, HAMH/TON & Co. A. M. & G, M. JOHNSON have the nest and largest stock of implement? and carriages to be found in the county, and at PBJOBS that will please you We are g a d to show you Call ana get our prigeg. J$i^ * P9BT J/QAI* BLANKS- mm The Fan Tan IS A Clear Havana Cigar ^ For 5 Cents. The only clear Havana 5-cent o.gar in AJgonft, A. B. CHAMBERS, Factory No. 71, state st., soutttdf court bouse F. L. SLAQ-LE, Manufacturer and dealer In Harness, Saddles, Whips, l n , a *W « ne of OR, JOSEPH HAAS' REMEDY FOR HQ6 GHQIIBA, U. J HMVlAJ-f 'i Jv. A, Drugs and "waffiSi^Mwf' ;

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