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s>ff Wise no time in getting on the band wagon* same kind of wisdom is what prompts Jfthem to keep up with the procession and' '""'" >, , ; « Buy Madelia Flour, the kind made at Maclelia, Minn,, and which positively has no superior in this market. We sell it Our grocery stock is just as complete as it can be. James Patterson. n&t appfteljl tt to. ftrtt»*e ffi^Bffls&yj tel hit faep^ihat ibis tele does isfcl meati his i-etftoval ffom the county. ¥he tMted Workmen's aflntlal at Hie fair f founds He*t be, full of as published In out and some fiddilibn& maSe. Jpbfi Sohh has brokefa up fa iBg fof Ine presenu and Mrs. Hohti has Cowles Block. gone fop a yeftiris f i|H with h'ef mbthef hfc tfebffcska idly, KeK The hsuse Ms been repainted b^ Jas. Ofi 4 Add put !n godd Condition, fctid will be occiipied b^ Lieut, and Mrs. Foster*, Sheriff Samson had a 'telegrntft yes' terday which said 'that old Habegrar's teato, which was stolen West Bend some months agn~, had been found at Bminerd, Mint. -Mr. Hftbe- g«t* was here to see about It, and .will go at once to get his property. ' ' D. T. Jones, on 'the A. A.- Brunson farm in Irrlngton, reports the loss, of 51 spring pigs thus -far this season. IF you are in search of. Fine- in the escape Millinery —the best to be had market, don't let it your attentiou that the large stock just received by Matson & McCall positively includes all that is to be had in the latest and ' handsomest things in the line of millinery goods. Knowing the wants, of'the trade here, this stock was selected with special reference thereto, and we feel safe in predicting that it will fully meet,the requirements of intending buyers. We invite inspection. " MATSOti & MCCALL. Call at .... Farmers' Exchange Store. south of court house and investigate the plan by which we propose to copy and enlarge a photo of any or all of our customers. See Sample ©f the work in our show window. In the meantime we have a few close prices to give you on gro-, cedes, Yours for trade, :• Anderson & Stebbins. REMEMBER •;'; I am still in the ; i Ice Business; ||i v Pjig^s as low as anybody's. $•!• ftn'nri service or no pay. Peter Winkel. E, Q, RAILWAY TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE 4 ST. PAUL. .. LOCAL TRAINS VTEST. No. 1 departs at 8:»Sam No.O departs at , 4:01pm Freights that carry passengers— No. 93 departsat 12:05am No. 71 departs at 6:33 pm No. 65 departsat :„.. 8:20pm TRAINS EAST. XT O> ? S 61 " 1 !! 8 at "" 10:37am No.4 departs at: : 6:33pm ^Freights that carry passengers- No. 78 departs at f. 8:20pm No.84 departs at 2:05pm B. F. HEDHICK, Agent CHICAGO ft NOETHWESTEEN. South- North- Frelght...;...7:10 a m Mixed ...... 7:10 a m Paia. 8:04 am Freight.....11:25 am Mixed..... ....l:12pmPassT 2:49pm Mixed 8:00pm Mixed....:.10:47pm ' F. H. VESPER, Agent THE LOCAL FIELD. We want more light—of the electric kind. , Readers will find the board's doings on the extra sheet. A ten-pound boj' arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Danson last night. ± ' ! , There was an accession to the Baptist church last Sunday, an'd-more are exi pected soon: ' < ' ' i •i Joel Taylor thinks of moving to town 'and building. He has fine ground just horth of Thos. H. Lantry's. • The reading room has an acquisition .of some sixty new books, which will be 'ready for circulation tomorrow. Robinson's mammoth circus comes .Juno29. They claim to have 45 cars and a bigger outfit than Ringling. The opera house company has closed a contract with Weston's comedians for a four-night's engagement during fail- week. The county editors meet at Wesley next Monday. President McMullen says he has assurance of a good attendance. ^Mr. Goodrich took an. eight-pound pickerel from the mill pond one day last week. He showed the fish in proof of-his catch. J.'D. Burns last week moved his shop to the building next to the Farmers' Exchange store. He has more and better room now. Rev. Landis, at the Baptist parsonage on the 3d inst., united in marriage Edward P. Wilson'and Miss Alice Ho- tellingof Wbittemore.' There will-be preaching service in the Free Methodist church next Sunday at 11 o'clock, Mrs, Augusta- Mo- Arthur,' pastor in' charge. ' •. Some of the bicycle boys sneak a nice run on the sidewalks at outlying points. We suppose it will be all rjgbj, until they are caught at It. - ' The high school commencement comes Friday evening of this week at the opera house. Tickets are oh sale at Dingley's. Admission 15 cents. Thursday nights .little wjnfl broke off some limbs from shade trees aqd blew down a tree in J. W. Robinson's front yard. It was not a hard blow, J-. Farmers, say corn, is not doing as well as it ought to. Had'too much paip, ; they tell us, for CQPJJ, Plenty,of time yet. Corn is always king in Iowa, The bicycle fad may be said to have taken on new proportions when such staid deacon? as Theo. Chrisohjljep anij J, F, Nicoulir. ape-seen astride wheels, Frank Winkel has the contract to furnish the meat, ice, ana milker the Robinson circus. It takes 1,400 pounds of meat, 400 of it being for the animals. The Brunswick hotel is soon to have ftveran^puteotbe south and east, which will fa? 8 n improvement in many ways, The rriiftton for steam heat will also be put in befpre they we need.* , and Saturday nights' rains hummers. . y W Q inches anj 'jpw.to.'.t** t w ». BQQfl, if it egnjes' „ v ., - pur* ,«.»" Y.espeiyjjs, paM'.and.* tbe "o^jtftejitaat v* They have died from various causes, but not from cholera. That is not a cheering start for that farm, where over 150 hogs died from cholera last year. The Algona Cemetery association held a meeting lost Saturday at W. H. Nycum's office, at which a proposition was submitted for a change in the con' stitution which will permit the establishment of a sinking fund. Thirty days later another meeting will be had, at which the matter will again come up and receive final consideration; The band picnic last Saturday north of Burt was a big success all around. Many from Algona went and all had a good time. The rain storm which struck them toward evening made a scattering for dry places, but it is not reported that any found them. One fellow said the big sleeves melted in the rain like ice cream in a hot sun. Judge Thomas returned to his home Friday for what is supposed to be his vacation, but in a talk with the reporter he said his vacation would be no play-spell, as he had several cases to bear and take under consideration which would probably take all the time until his next term of court,begins. Mr. Thomas is a conscientious and hard-working official. The Patterson store burglary at Blairsburg turns out to be not so serious an affair, after all. Geo. Patterson was down there last -week, and he says the total loss is about £150, chiefly of clothing. Ambitious newspaper correspondents made the loss about SS.OOO at first. No clue has been obtained to the burglars, and no further efforts are being 1 made to apprehend them. No doubt it was the work of tramps. The annual meetine of the Kossuth County Farmers' Mutual Insurance company was held yesterday at the secretary's office in Algona. A fairly good attendance of members was had and some changes in the constitution were made. The old officers were reelected, as follows: C. B. Hutchins, president: C. C. Chubb, treasurer; E. Blackford, secretary. A fuller report of what was doue at -the meeting will be given next week. People who think the spring's rainfall in this part of the state has been copious are not dreaming. All sorts of eruesses are made, but it requires the official record to get at the facts. C. D. Pettibone, local observer, tells us that the rainfall for the months of April and May was a trifle over 12 inches, about six inches each month. That is a large precipitation for the time, but it was all needed. Last Thursday night's rain brought us one inch and 35-100, and the rain Saturday night measured one inch and 3-100. Both of these showers were of short duration, so that they were really very hard downpours, time considered. Architect T. H. Conner has completed plans for the new'home'to be erected by the Chubb brothers; and they show that it will be an ornamental as well as substantial affair. Bids for the work are .being received. He has also the plans nearly completed for Geo, W. Hanna's now residence at LuVerne. Geo. W, was in Algona Friday and we tackled him about the new house. His native modesty, we suppose, prompted him to insist there was nothing in it, We can'see how that might be, from a purely technical point of view; but Mr. Conner's plans are proof that somebody will be in a model residence at DO distant day. ,Cards are out announcing the coming marriage of Irving E. Dodge and Miss De Etta Bandal), to occur June 16, No more worthy couple have ever joined heartsland hands ID Algona, and THE UPPER DBS MoiNss,wantB to tender,its sincerest congratulations in advance of the happy event. The bride4o*be Is & daughter of M. F. Randall, pur efficient recorder of deeds, is beloved, of all the peopje, and will prove" ah invaluable helpmeet. Irving Dodge la ! the' con« flflential man for Col, Spencer Jn the treasurer's office,, was also there with Mr. Liantry, and is one of Algona's moet exemplary ypung men. That their craft may ride tbe matrimonial sea serenely is the wish pi their many friends. Tbe infantile proportions of Baby Bljss, who rides the American wheel, for which Wilfrid J». Jones Is agent, will be seen here next Saturday". It will he a better show than the Kirk- hart'Ryan circus, He was in Emmetsburg last Friday, and the Reporter wye; Baby Bliss arrived, Friday even' ing, a few hours behind scheduled time, but this W9 doubt was the result ef b*s beipgr Qverlook^ at some wayside station, where he changed cars, PB " pf bte' fiim,inu|ive gfee.. Jie is " 'person, grid, fpr pfjfettet lifted *ttfi dollars its cash; Mefreshmtints flftrlted, and bVeffotiS-wftBr**!^! pastor—agreed II was food to tje there. Sheriff SafJjsofti ftsctsnl Irb to 'fe*** occupied just seven dajfc nh§ he SiW it Was made just as $ul<!tilf As U C*h dotte. tte iravsied S,WO tailws ift *« AtitJ teadti fid effort to conceal the fact that he waa pretty w«H tired twt Me *betilf9 Jn tertaa of pwUse ot Ckjf, CttlBerts&ft of Texas, who returned f lift him to hts office nftef ctaslftg houhj, lh\is Aaklfig It {hfesibUto c&Osh the fcext Iratft south froni Austin. Mr. Samson on his return »Sataa by of St. Louis, where he had afc ti tunity to view the damnjje done by «n^ v *< * ' s ' 9. StnWJ.fi.Jones, *.oWscfailie*,Lewlafi, cyclone. He thinks the accounts ttftfafe storm are in many instances offer* drawfy and that the greatest da mage, asidu from the loss of life, was dowd to the cheaper Class of buildings. So fat- as Texas is concerned hti doesn't seem to be parliL-ularly "stuck" on the state, agreeing, rio .doubt, with the fellow WHO said if he owned both Texas and hell, he would rent the former and live in the latter. Three tramps before Justice Clarke last Friday were sentenced to ten days at hard labor on the street. Two of them declared they would not work, but a bread and water diet, with ball and chain attachment served to change their attitude; and Monday morning Marshal Horan acted as superintendent while they' shoveled dirt after a manner which indicated that they had been there before. The one to hold out the longest said that if Tanner could live forty days on water nlone he was sure he could stand it much longer with bread added. He also wrote quite an intelligent letter to Judge Quarton in which he made a learned reference to his constitutional rights and a trial by a jury of his peers. A man with as much general information as this man displayed has no occasion to be u on the road," but if he will tramp he must take what is in store for those of his kind, especially ?o long us he terries in Algona, N. J. Skinner, who was here Monday, is not as rotund as when he left here in JCovember, 1S94. Evidently the warm climate of the south is no't conducive to corpulencv. He- \vas in Des Moines a year "after leaving Algona, and then went to Galveston, Texas, which he believes is the coming city of that section. He told the reporter that he was engaged in a ticket brokerage business, and also had the street ear advertising franchise, which he is working up and .hopes to make a good thing out of. He says that city has about 60,000 people and is taking a fresh start They have 45 miles of street car Hoes, four bridges across the sound, and artesian water from the mainland. Galveston is. situated on an island 35 miles long by one mile wide, and the soil—if it may be called soil—is all sand. They now have 24 feet of water at tbe docks where they had but nine feet three years agtj.~ He naturally thinks the river.and harbor bill a good thing. AMOffG THE ADVERTISERS. Peterson, photographer, is the way it reads in his new ad. this week. 0\t»ITAti...» ..150,000 lAUTAb.......... . fBRtfUSOM. O.D. SMITH........ .« lei .. • Oir«tots-to, ft. tfttehln* S. A, Ferguson, Philip Borweller, P. H, Vesper, AiatedSe A, Call, R. a, Sp«»ew, Wm, K, Ferguson. , on liaurt to Uwtn »t reasonable rates to parties furnishing flfstdaas sectirltj'. A. D. Clarke, President, C. C. Chubb, Vice Pnst., Thos, H. lAntry. Cashier, Geo. L. OalbnUth, Prod. M. Miller, " MJTOH Schenck, Thoa. F, Cooke. CASH CAPITAL, $SO ( 000, , General Banking. PRIVATlE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAV±T8. tS^Intorest paid on time deposits. GKEO. C. Six per cent Merest on Time for money loft three months or more. Money always on hand to loan on first mortgages, second mortgages, and good collaterals. Notes bought. ALGONA, IOWA. The Alfcona Deposit & Loan Assn. *u GUARANTEE Call at offices for particulars. 8 Offices over Algona State Bantc PER GENT, interest O35T NSURANGE. Also Land, Loan' and Collection Business.- Offlce over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenlix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Rockford of Rocfcford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. GEO. M. BAILEY. Foundry and Machine Shop, 2s Olmetedit, Th-^s. 30 T *P*}* ta B of , al i klnds - tlron «»<J brass casting and boiler work done on short notice Thrghing outfits repaired promptly. We are here to stay. Mall orders promptly attended. Bull pinion for Case power, and horse power knuckle, a spncialty. um i m * araeuaeo. Shop east of Rutherford ZufwXjIjICA. do OSsasrsTECDI 1 House - _ ' ALGONA, I6WA. BUCKIEX'S ARMCA SALVE. The best salve iu the world for bruises, cuts, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay requirea. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded; Price 35c a box. Sold by L. A. Sheetz. ms m large bets quite ft9Mve,- lag j^nd 4ie»euRtipg The Farmers' Exchange store asks your attention to a new ad. this week. The Farmers' Exchange offers something novel in the way of life-size photos. Wheat is bringing 45c in the loo.al market; corn, I5c; oats. 12c; flax, 60c, and hogs are down to $2.60. The season of picnics is suggestive of good lunches. Grove & Son tell you how to be sure of a good one. Durdall has out a fine display of bicycle hose. The "bike" rider needs those almost as much as he does a wheel. The peanut market will continue to rise between now and July 4. That's why Art. Allen has just 'laid in 300 pounds. Baby Blips will be here next Saturday. Wilfrid P. Jones aells the America wheel, ridden by the 502- pound "baby," If you haven't yet canned any fruit you should see what Langdon & Hudson can do toward helping you out for a winter's supply. The Schu & Waterhouse cigar factory feels justly proud of its new awning and new chairs. They go well along with the new building. When you cap get an Oxford shoe, either black or'tan, for $1, how much more does anyone want? Some people would kick if they had to go barefoot. Hot weather and shirt waists go together in the nature pf things, The ladies know how this is. Galbraith has shirt waists in all sizes and at all prices. ' Who would dig around in a dark garret for the extra leaves for a table when McGregor sells the newest thing in extension tables for so little money? If you have seen it you know all about it; if not you ought to. The wisdom of most people is ex* hiblted in what they do and how they do IV If your wife has had, bad luck with her bread the difficulty might "be overcome by trying some of James Patterson's Ma4elia flour, Those capes at Gqeders' have got to go, and that explains why he offers them at such astonishing prices. His afl. this week }s worth » moment's at* tendon. His special carpet sale is also still on fpr a short time. The tali.sm.an4q, figures nggjj" YjBjy -UUBK w ft JB&9, _%UwJhe way of WO,, Sportsman's PROFESSIONAL. ^•^^^^v^^^^^x^^v^-v^^^^N^-N^^. 'CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bomk, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House blocit. Havana filler, Sumatra wrapper. Is positively the Best 5c Cigar in the Algona market today. Its large and In creasing sales prove beyond question Its supe riorquallty. Manufactured by ' • SCHU & WATERHOUSE, Restaurant - Lunch Counter. Is now in its new location— the t. M, B, Snilth building. Serves meals at regular hours and short-order meals at all hours? as Plumbing, Irgn Roofing, etc, Ice Crea^a. Parlor-Side entrance for ladies, Everything neat, clean, and post lively first class. Full stock of confection ery. Lunch counter in front, , A, H. ALLEN, Propr, Good Painting Seo I have been in Algona 12 ye^rs, and'niy, work acme during that' ttwe^speaks Mr to give the ever - m * «?y?! PAINTING ANP _.,. ..,..,._„._ I devote speejal at .entlon to, and alsor" — inf, ktUsorntning, etc. {3T° Shop on Can street. J. ID- wants to see ypu fqr anytWng tn ' DANSON <St BUTJLER, LAW. LOANS. .LAND. Collections a specialty. Office In Gardner Cowles 1 new building. SULLIVAN & MeMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxie-Fersuson bl jck. GEO. R. CLOUD, [Successor to W. B. Quarton.] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ALGONA, IOWA. Office over Kossuth Connty.State Bank; E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa, J, <X RAYMOND. ERNEST O. RAYMOND RAYMOND,* RAYMOND, ATTORNE'YS AT LA w, Algona, Iowa, L, K, GARFIELD, M, D., PHI8IOIAN ANJ) .SURGEON, Office, State St., one floor east of. Cordlngley, Residence, McGregor st, east of <fce y * public Softool building. F, L. TRIBQN, M. P., Homeopathic, PffYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offlce and resld.er»ee ju» the Boston Block, . (In tne new block.) *""v*i, H. Q. MqCOY, M, P., AND SURGEON, . Residence, McGregor street, Office with Dr GarfleW, *' PHYSICIAN ANP SURGEON, Algorm, Iowa, 3. QJ-ASIER, C, D, S., Office over »he State Bank, Algona, Iowa. kp<?ftl anaesthetic |ot de? Blips Y*w extract! DB,BB|8TON, , N

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