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ffl tJEK * MOIOT8: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25. M08. APPLES. APPLES. I am headquarters for apples of all kinds, Have plenty on hand and A Carload More On the Way. Cowles Block, James Patterson. PROFESSIONAL. ^X"»^*u''V^-«»^^*'*VX^fcX'Sj'"*X-Vrf''^X^rf-N. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNM.YS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Opera House block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LANS. Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxle-Ferguson bl jck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTO.N,EY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J. C. HAYMOND. EHNEST C. RAYMOND RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. ' " . FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. F. L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence in the Boston Block. (In the new block.) H. C. MeCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. E. S. GLASIER, D. D. S., BURGEON DENTIST. Office over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. DENTIST. A. L. RIST. D. D. S. ' Local anaesthetic foi deadening pain in gums when extracting teeth. Correct what you find at J^illinery Eroporimn. All of the v Ja^est and prettiest things in the market, and trimming strictly up . to date, Stock is Prices are right, pairt^?; . j 'v-, > 5'fW,Tr w 7*rT; f 'r -5 : '.- : .^^^.^Ag^a^^yr. m&jw t ! t •?, .o ?,; •-. n '. ??:- f •& , 4 ?>Vi RAILWAY TIME CARDS. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOOAL TRAINS WEST, No. 1 departs at.. ;.... 8:55 am No. 9 departs at 4:01 p m Freights that carry passengers- No. 93 departs at 12:05 am No. 71 departs at 6:33 pin No. 05 departs at. ;. 8:20 p in TRAINS EAST. No. 2 departs at.... 10:37 am No. 4 departs at......... 6:33pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 70 departs at 8:20pm No. 94 departs at. • 3:05 p m E..F. HBDBIOK, Agent. CHICAGO.* NORTHWESTERN. South— • : North- Freight....... 7:10 am Mixed .....; 7:10 am Pass.,.........8:04am Mixed ..l:12pmPa'ss.... .... 2:49 p m Mixed ..... ....8:00pm Freight;... .11J25 a m Mixed......10:47 p m ?. H. VESPER, Agent. THE LOCAL FIELD. The big military ball comes tonight. A. L. Peterson was dangerously sick Monday. Dr. McCoy is out again, and attending to his practice. Walker Whiteside wants to play the Merchant of Venice, .Dec. 26. It rained all night last night. The roads and walks are a glare of ice. , Rev. Innes will be in Algona to preach a week from Sunday, Dec. 6. Rev. Eighrny, the new Nebraska legislator, preached in Sanborn Sunday. Auditor Calkins is in Fonda for a few days. Mrs. Calkins takes his place in the office. Ed. Wilson, Fred. Foster's barber, has rented the Crammond house 'and will move at once. . The annual charity ball will be given this year during the holidays. Dec. 30 is probably the date. Prudence Lodge Masons have a special meeting for third degree work this evening, at 7 sharp. Geo. McFarland, a renter on Perry Burlingame's land in Irving-ton, movec to Webster City Monday, The next teachers' round table wil be at Bancroft Dec. 19. The meeting at Lu Verne was a success. Court meets Deo 14, Judge Quarton on the bench. The Lund land cases will doubtless some of them be tried. Mayor Haggard will, not renew Jo. Peterson's billiard hall license. This will be warning to all others in Algona, Marriage licenses have been issued to A. J. Smith and Alma V. Thompson G.; W. Sample and Amanda Kaestner. The meeting of the Womans' Library Aid society; which was to be held Friday, Nov. 27, has been postponed unti! Friday, Deo. 4, Mrs, Craig Calkins was reported dying at Burt yesterday. She was one of the Yager girls. A little baby came a few days ago to her home, Algona's first mum show was a success, Big crowds attended and tbe plants sold well. The ladies have big start toward the fountain. Everybody at the mum show enjoyed the Algona Harp orchestra music. II was so good that a dancing fit nearly broke out in spite of all restrictions, E. TeUier sued McComb for $29 wages, S, E, McMahon and Chas, Conenour trying the case before 'Squire Clarke, The jury gave a vercUpt of $27. Mayor Haggard bad troubles of bis own yesterday. His oow was oul foraging on bar own account anfi forgot to leave word where she coulci be found, Librarian McElroy gave out 84 books on Saturday. That) is a remarkable record for the reading room. There were -169 at tbe reading tables during the week, The tax sale comes a week from Monday, Jt will be tbe smallest ever held in the county, Tbe delinquent was short, and half of that The ganford Podge company played p.amooand Pythias to $ fairly good &u4ie,jje,e last Wednesday evening gave ft commendable ren,d,jt|ofl played in Bancroft fa ft Jargep evejjin ^ the, o.psrft hQusi, ers JD ail the larger cities of UMBUB9IUIQ. a^JadOg H t,h e icai Qi-ftBi^Upn eo te tm4. Misses Zfta Warhnwi &ftd Louise McCoy, Messrs. Geo. Etamiltpti, F. M. Cut'tiss and W. P. Jones. The? hate ttade thorough preparation. The £lay cotaes JPriday e^enifig, Dec. 11. MisseS Zoa Wartman and BeMha fiancock are considering a proposal to give an entertaintnent at Mason City after the holidays, if they decide to go Mason City will enjoy an evening of excellent music and elocution. Both are exceptionally brilliant pet-formers. Dn Morse performed a curioUs operation on.a lady at Lu Verne last week. It was for entropiumj which is a tendency ofl the part df the eye lashes. to turn in and grbw into the eye. He split the eye lid and took out a piece, turning the eye lashes out as they should be. Tickets for the Tettiple quartette will be sold at Ehlers & Falkenhatner's drug store Friday morning at9 o'clock, and reserved seats will then be issued on season tickets, . No one person can reserve more than six seats, until -the season ticket holders have been accommodated. '".• .' :;: : j. W. Tennant took a load of eight down to Mike Laas* oh the Barney -Devine farm yesterday for a turkey shoot. Guy Taylor got six turkeys, C, T, Chubb four, Howard .Robinson and Harry Sheetz one each. Uncle Jo. didn't shoot a bird, but he came home with one. He played cinch for it. The public schools will have a vacation tomorrow but not Friday. The school term closes Dec. 24. The now house will be ready for the coming term. A number of outside scholars are enrolled. The board charges them a term tuition. Five rooms now have'an enrollment of over 60 students each, Tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock at tbe Congregational church Rev. Landis will preach the annual Thanksgiving sermon. The day will be observed this year by offerings of clothing, etc., for the poor. 'Everybody is requested to bring or send something to the church to be used by the relief committee. Charley Nolte had a little son eight years ago just as Benjamin Harrison was elected, and he is Benjamin Harrison Nolte. Now he has a second son just as McKinley comes in. This is Wm. McKinley Nolte. He got out of having to slight Grover Cleveland by having a daughter during his term as president. A happy event occurred last Wednesday in which G. W. Sample and Miss Amanda Kaestner were united in marriage, Rev. Sinclair officiating. Both parties are' well known in Kossuth. The happy couple began housekeeping at once on their farm in' Irvington. The good wishes of a host of friends go with them. The opera house company have accepted a proposition to secure "Shore Acres" in March. If the contract is signed Algona will secure the most popular drama now being played. The company will have 23 players on the stage, and come from Des Moines. It costs more than anything yet secured except Keene. Thos. Sherman of Bancroft was in Ames to see his brother graduate at the agricultural college, and'also to look over the experimental farm. He is'becoming an experimental farmer a little on his own hook. He has 'lately bought some high bred Poland China pigs and is opening a fancy stock farm on Union slough. Divine service at St. Thomas' Episcopal church as follows: Thanksgiving day at 11 a. m. Sunday: Early celebration of tho Holy Eucharist at 7:30 a, m. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. Evening prayer at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Dr. Jackson, rector of the church in Emmetsburg, will exchange with Rev. Muller. All are cordially invited. Next week Thursday evening Rev. Landis will address the Unionites at the Herman school house on "A Safe Investment." This is the opening meeting of the Union literary society. Union has always been at the front in keeping up its lyceum and is starting out for a good winter of it, Rev. Landis will give a splendid address. Last week THE UPPER DES MOINES figured out the expense of an election at six cents to the voter, It should have been six cents to the inhabitant. It costs about 30 cents to the voter to get the ballots printed, cast, counted, and returned. A man's ballot has some value evidently when the public is willing to put up 30 cents to have him cast it. Yesterday's Register has a note about Algona's former rector, Rev, A. V. Gorrell, now of i)es Moines, The Register says: His work in his parish is a success, He has ope of the finest choirs, vested, in the city, His congregation is active and very bar monious. The Ladies'Guild is doing a noble work, The rector is fond dl his young people, which is appreciated, The Epworth league will observe Thanksgiving tomorrow'evening at the Methodist oburob with the following program: Organ Voluntary, Edith Bowyer; Male Quartette; Prayer, Rev, Mr. Southwell; Double Quartette; Thanksgiving Essay, Mies Eva Blair; Vocal Duet, Eflito Bqwyer, Crete Goddard; Recitation, Easie Patterson; Recitation, Helen Cowlee; Vocal Solo, W. S. Wiloox; Select Reading, Clarence Yetter; Recitation, Miss Bertha Hancook; Vocal Solo, Gwendolyn Bowyerj Vocal Solo, Vesta Kenyoa; Recitation, Rev, M?. Bond; Vocal Solo, Prof, Forde; Original Poem, Mabel Giln^ore; Double Quartette, P, A, Wallace drops us a line from Denver that will he of interest to his friends; We are located at 1856 La< fayette street, Think we will stay here mpsji of ,tke winter, Tbe weather is fines have np.t seem a drep of rain or flake of snow since we left borne except* Jeg o,f course, on the mountains, w tj 6rQ W§ can. gee sng,w aB 4 plenty pf it 9By time, Nflftbtag grews here, without lay weftW ate ie a mm JB emmaer ff fchey wire nat rawed, Tbe eowtog «y§Bt here te Bnufr nwptton B>X$ VuHdHr; $bey *|}rty Jwe blffl in Wasn't tfaat good; so were the men. We felt like Binning the white ribbon on the lapels of their coats and dubbing them Honorables. The kindness of Mr, McGregor deserves special mention, for he it was who furnished the two south corners of the hall with his beautiful furniture. There were 100 plants catalogued. The prizes were iwarded as follows: First, to Mrs. Starr; second, to Miss Dodd; third, to Mr. Ford. The W. 0- T. U. desire to express their gratitude to the citizens of Algona for their liberal patronage. The W, C. T. U. will meet during the winter at the homes of the members." Saturday S. H. McNutt came to town with ah unruly horse. On the way home it ran away oil the Blackford hill. Mr. McNutt evidently attempted to turn it on the bridge at the bottom, the result being that the horse carried him and the buggy over the abutment close to the bridge, making a clean jump of 20 feet to the river. The horse evidently struck the edge of the bank, the whole outfit turning a complete summersault. . The hind wheels of the buggy were in the middle of the river, the horse on its back and Mr. McNutt partially under it, when he was able to look about. He got out with one bone in his leg broken, and the horse was uninjured. The harness was broken into strips and not a whole piece of the buggy was found. It was a marvellous escape. PEBSONAL MOVEMENTS. J. W. Hay's sister is with him for Thanksgiving. Miss Margaret Rutherford is home from Ames for the winter vacation. Miss Mattie Robinson comes from Minneapolis tomorrow to visit Minnie Shadle. Mrs. T. G. Emsley of Mason City visited several days last week with Miss Cramer. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Call are expected from Sioux City to spend Thanksgiving at Geo. C. Call's. Prof. Curtiss of the agricultural college will spend Sunday with his brother, Lawyer Curtiss. 'Mr. and Mrs. .W. H. ' Ingham and Cornie gO'to Omaha today to spend Thanksgiving at the Russell home. . Rev. arid Mrs. Cowles came from Burlington yesterday to spend Thanksgiving with their son, Gardner Cowles. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. F. Cooke went to Des Moines yesterday to attend the annual banquet of the Loyal Legion. They come home this evening. Harvey Ingham was in Des Moines last week. Most of his time was spent in the Charles Aldrich historical department. Mr. Aldrich is a' great friend of Lewis H. Smith. He and Mr. Smith were officers in the war legislature together, serving in 'the old brick capitol where the soldiers' monu ment now stands. He recalls many pleasant incidents in their experience there, all night sessions, . etc. : Mr. Aldrich started the Webster City Freeman in 1857 and was one of the. most active republicans of the war period in this part of Iowa. He loses none of his energy or animation, and is building up a wonderful historical collection for Iowa, considering the chance he has had. _ • • A NERVY BOYNEAB SEXTON.. After His. Hand is Wrenched Off His Arm "He Tells His Mother Not to Cry.* Nicholas Matheis is the 11-year-old boy of a farmer living south of Sexton, The Wesley Reporter tells of his grit He was feeding a feed grinder when his left hand got caught in the machinery and before he could extricate it his hand was wrenched from the arm al the wrist. .The brave little fellow, more concerned about his mother's feelings than his pain, ran to the house and holding the stub up said, " mother, please don't cry, see I can stand it and will be able to work too." The hanc was afterward picked up in his mitten which he had on at the time. Dr. Kenney dressed the arm and says he is getting along remarkably well. A TOUQH BUH. STQBT, Hancock County Was the Home of Big Yarns Before Bro, Bailey Got Started, Back in June, 1859, nearly 40 years ago, the following premium yarn was published by Cbas, Aldrioh in the Web' ster City Freeman. It sounds so much like Bailey that it must be that his an cestors had a hand iu'it. In any even he has not excelled it much since The story is as follows; The toughest bull story we ever heard is told of an animal at Laconia Hancock county. This bull was so very ugly that it was decided to kil him, So the neighbors assembled am shot him full of holes, which only in furiated the beast, After a long time be was penned up and .tied securely with ropes and a two inch augur hole bored into his head. A pound of Du pont's best rifle powder was put in anc rammed down, and his bead was blown to pieces, This finally put an end to him- ....... WE are prepared to sell yo« winter apples as nice and cheap as anyone, M. Z, GROVE & SON. Holiday Excursions, For the Christmas and New Year holidays excursion tickets will be by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul Railway company to stations within distance of 200 miles of AJgona at fare and one'tbird fpr the round trip, Tick e ¥ s on sale Deo. 84, 25, and 31, 1896, and Jan, J, 1397, with ftaal return limit up to and. including Jan. 4, Wanted We will begio Jfov, &Q to buy pp«}try atbe Northwestern creamery, will pay tbe highest market price. sbwhe.p get? $& Grove Stove*wise concede tlie supremacy of the Tliese stoves and ! generaLc the most heat from" the small* est amount of fuel—they last longest afid cost least fttf repairs—-they ate SO attfacV ively modeled as to be ornaments in the. most sumptuously furnished homes—and withal tliey cost no more than ordinary stoves. U>ok for this celebrated trade- toy O. M. DOXSBB, HARDWARE. AI/GONA* FINANCIAL. Kossuth County State Bank, 8550,000. Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sola. . tlons made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or 'rom the old countries sold at lowest rates. WM. H. INGHAM, President; J. B, JONES, Vice President; LEWIS H. SMITH. Cashier Directors— Wm. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B. Jones, T. Chrischilles, Lewis H. Smith, J, W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. First National Bank of Algona, CAPITAL 850,000 > AMBROSE A. CALL ......President I W3I. K. FERGUSON '....Castiier t). H. HUTOHINS Vice President I 0. D. SMITH Asst. Cashier Directors—D. H. Hutchins, S. A. Ferguson, Philip Dorweiler, F. H. Vesper, 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. • • .•••/• Algona State Bank. Officers and Directors— A. D. Clarke, President, C. C. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, cashier, Geo. L. Galbrafth, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenclt, Thos. F. Cooke. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. General Banking. PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. ^"Interest paid on time deposits. . C. Six per cent Interest on Time Deposits for money left three montJis or more. Money always on hand to loan on first mortgages, second mortgages, and good collaterals. Notes bought. ALGONA, IOWA. The Algona Deposit & Loan Assn. win G-TJARANTEE Call at offices for particulars. 8 Offices over Algona State Bank PER GENT, interest O3tT routes, etc., may be obtained on. application to any ticket agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway.-36t3 Willow Lane Farm OFFERS SOME CHOICE A. S. FORBES, Manager, Algona, Iowa, 0r"AU not sold by Dec. 1 will be changed. Scientific American VT.UOTK wuioou lur (K>curlne patents to America. Every patent taken o(it by us la brought before tbe public by a notice given free o{ charge In the world. BpUndldly-Jllustrated. No'lnteUJgei BWSBUBS, 90} Broaawayi New York WANTED W. WHITHAM ® will establish the Hide and Fur Business in Algona. Will also buy rubber and copper. Am also prepared to cry sales on short notice and at reasonable rates. Am one of the best cryers In the state. Satisfaction guaranteed. Will start business Nor. 1, 1896. Call and see me if you want a square deal. Office on Thorington street, east of the court house, in the Chrischilles building. W. WHITHAM. DR. PRESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat City, Operations performed. Diseases treated. Spectacles fitted, WWill be at Algona LEGAL NOTICES. •^-TN^^^^^X^rf^^X-s.XS-^V^^XV^Nrf^V^^rf' ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE PISTBIQT OQUBT OF IOWA IN and for Koszuth Couhty^-December Ter», A. p. ISOB'-Ohartes Pehlenberg, plaintiff, vs. Frederick Ericltsen et al., defendants. TO Frederick Ertoksen and Ellen Hutchiift defendants; Yon are hereby notified that tb! petition of the plaintiff In the above entitled cause is now on file in the office of the cleric of the district court of Iowa In and for Kossuth county, claiming of defendants the aum of Fourteen Hundred Dollars with interest at the rate of eight Per cent, per annum from the 19th day of September, 1885, and costs, including reasonable attorney'r J " 1 -" t -""* fee of f 5,00, as money jfolstfy due on the prom---Wot. .1,400 >Ied_S_e_ptemberm«» Isfory e mort age_ us pre- venpy said Julius that Ninety-eight, Range Thirty. Kossuth --,—., Iowa, be foreclose! as toy law provided, and that plaintiff's mortgage Uen toe estabUshed and enforced, and that the right, title and Interest of the defendants and each of them in and to said renl estate be decreed to be junior and inferior to plaintW'8 W>rt8as e ., liS B i 2°5 that th<rtr equity of redemptionT)e barred and . foreclosed; an« unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the i next term, being the pecejnber term, pi sain • court, which will commence »t Algona, Iowa. onthel4thaayofPeoe»ber, A. P, 1890|, default will toe entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon a.s provided ^""•wfiBHSfiT 1 I «%iSSSSW» f il»#-«Br a IvIn^Wthe appllcAtiQB Qf tS s&-lf!*r 'tfSfbt; J> i ?j^A?«<ff'-' t ifcrf'iJi^,i''ais«'j J ,Fia*,'

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