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BARGAINS DBS MOINKSS AL00NA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, IN ALL KINDS OF LAMPS 1 Until April 1st I will give 20 per cent. Discount. Now is the time to buy your lamps. James Patterson. No. 8 Cowles Block. Look Them Over. You' will be pleased with the sight We mean those Steel Ranges ^ A. Grade Cooks. Special inducements offered now. Otto Falkenhainer, Stoves and Hardware J, H, FINGER, Prop'r, Best of service at all hours. Private dining room if desired. Fine Cigars and © Confectionery Our Specialty: SUNDAY DINNEKS, 250. E&"AU kinds of lunches on short nptice. Call and see me. Motto: "To Please." J, H. FINGER, Boston Block. Proprietor. M, F, HAGGARD. G. F. PEEK Haggard & P^ek,- [Successors to Jones & Smith.] Abstracts, Real Collections, ALGONA, IOWA. Past Office Block J a j| 0 r jf. J '- - A 8ne line of'suitings for spring and summer L*9 "f* JW just arrived. Come and take your, choice, S^'' 1 " r ,' Press Suite B Specialty. IV ' ' JJepftirtM neatly' done, **'"' " - » VAPSON <6 ffANSOlf, Algona. > Chas, J, Doxsee, , 0. . L, A, and, Medicines, RAILWAY TIME CARDS. •^^-^^^^^^^-^^W^rf-k^S^-V-^S^-^^^^-Srf-^^^^s^x^^^^^^^^^^^ CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL. LOCAL TRAINS WEST. No. 1 departs at. 8:55 am No. 3 departs at 4:01 pm Freights that carry passengers- No. 93 departs at 18:05 pm No. 71 departs at 0:33pm No. 05 departs at 8 '20 p n THAINS EAST. No. 2 departs at 10:37am No.4 departs at G:33nm Freights that carry passengers- No. 70 departs at 8:20pm No. 04 departs at 2:05 p m B. F. HEDBIOK, Agent. CHICAGO 4 NORTHWESTERN. South- Freight 7:10 a m Pass.... 8:04am North- Mixed 7:10 a m .-Freight H:g5 a .l:18pmPass......... S:40n Mixed 8:00pm Mixed 10:47p m r. H. VESPER, Agent. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Thos. P. Cooke went to Des Moines Mon day on business, Uncle Joe Tennant has been visiting at Hartley for a week past. Tv/L,i R> , Thornton started yesterday for Mobile, Ala., on an excursion trip. Lawyer Botsford of Fort Dodge was in town Thursday attending to legal matters. v W u H. Koran was called to Monroe. Wis., by the illness of his father, who is not expected to live. E. B. Butler starts tomorrow or next day for California, on business connected with the J. J. Wilson estate'. Mrs, Annie E. Hepburn came from Des Moines Monday for a visit with her daugh ter, Mrs. Harvey Ingham. A. L. Peterson is home again, and his many friends are pleased to know that he is fully recovered and able to attend to business. Miss Zoa Jones, who has been with Mrs. Nannie Setchell for some months, is away on a visit to her old home in Appleton Mike Healey, state democratic chairman, was in Algona Thursday on his way to Garner, He visited his uncle, J, W, Hin chon, while in town, Lloyd Sarcbett, who has one more year to finish a course in the state university homeopathic medical college, is home for his vacation, He will spend the summer in Dr. Tribon's office. Harry Lantry is home from the south. At present he is suffering with a fever, but expects to be out in a few days and as well as ever. The wholesome air of Kossuth w!}l soon do the business, Henry Cowie lived in' Algona. 20 years ago, and has not been here since until he surprised his friends last Thursday by dropping in upon them. He is a cousin of the Galbraiths. He now lives at Superior, Wis., and is engaged in railroading. Thos. Hanna was down to Independence last week and visited Yftn. Carter at the asylum. He says Mr, Carter's condition is about the same as it has been of late, and thedootpr thinks he could have a vacation and come home for a visit this suwmer and see whether be Jnjproyes. Thos. H. Lantry was called to Prairie du Ohien last Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. ph.as.. Lanu-y, wife of hi? nephew. Mrs. gantry died rather, suddenly at her bornein^opeka, Kaosas, an( j tue reoiaius were tefefiB to toMe 4u Qhiejj for buria). 01 - edflat daughter* of TfiE LOCAL FIELD. Or ma Vesper was quite sick last week but is better now. The weather is freakish. This morn' ing brought us a hard rain storm. W. H. Mirier has leased and moved on to the farm of C. E. Heise in Fenton. C. B. Hutching is contemplating moving from the farm to town, for better school advantages. Mr. Ingalsbee has rented his big farm in Biverdale tmd now lives in Algona in the Buell house. John Cullen, who was with John Goeders, has bought the furniture store Geo. E. Boyle has had at Whittemore. Geo. Hohn has sold his restaurant business at Bancroft and may return to the work of type setting, says the Hag* ister. Frank Nicoulin was in southern Minnesota all of last week, and reports the sale of tjwo drays and a whole lot. of buggies. Shore Acres was given in Sioux'City last evening. It is in Des Moines next Monday evening, coming fo Algona from there. The E. & F. drug store is putting, in an entire new lot of shelf bottles. The change is being made gradually^ but already begins to be apparent. We had an item about the good sleighing in Kossuth on this 17th day of March, but the rain storm this morning made a revision necessary. The new Burt Wigwam will be begun this week, and will bo 24x40, one story. J. B. Jones went to Burt Monday to let the contract for putting it up; A railing in Ambrose A. Call's mail route office adds much in the matter of facilitating business. His mail contract business has assumed big proportions. • '" * • Late reports from Chicago give assurance that both Mrs. E. W. Hackman and Mrs. Craig Calkins are getting along nicely and will soon be able to return home. Jo. Misbach is now with the Kraft Clothing company, and will be on the road most of the time with a fine line of samples for made-to-order suits; Jo. is a hustler for business and will get his share. Perry Burlingame told the reportei Monday that he now had two carloads of fat steers ready for market, and expects to ship them soon. He ' is preparing two more carloads, which he thinks will be ready to sell by fall. F. W. Dingley was as Spencer, and Durward Walker went to Eagle Grove this week in the interest of the Shore Acres entertainment, to come -March 23. The Sheldon folks sent word'that they could not send a delegation this time. The following program will be given at the Woman's Library Aid society Friday afternoon, March 19, at 3 o'clock Sir John Williams, paper, by Mrs. Dona L. Sheetz; Cambridge, paper, by Mrs. Emily C. Dodge; quotations from Ruskin. Geo. Hackman has 'rented the farm and moved to town, occupying one ol the Willey houses. His mother is now a resident of Algona, also. George has not settled yet what he will do, but has two or three things on the string that may materialize. Algona will have some electric lights one of these days whether a plant is put in or not. A genius with some knowledge of electricity and a penchant for experiment is having the castings for a dynamo made which, when completed, will handle a dozen lights or more. ' • A meeting of the school board was held Monday evening, at which the new members, Messrs. Cooke and Sullivan, took their seats. E. B. Butler was re-elected president of the board. Beyond the announcement of the standing committees no business was transacted. Capt. Tyrell of Belmond, who was one of the organizers of the Algona State Bank, has brought a car of the Texas prairie rooters into Wright county and will breed cholera proof hogs. The Texas hogs are 'described as long nosed, gander shanked, slab sided, and built on the pumpkin seed plan. Permits to 'consolidate have been issued by the county clerk during the past week as follows: Geo, Nicoll and Nellie Kaestner, John Bush and Marguereta Kroeger, Frank H. McChesney and Nettie M, Taylor, Lester Stevens and Leila Shields, G. W. Brown and Berth Stacks, Willie Tede an d Alvine Strieker, Rev, Landis finds himself troubled with hand paralysis, and for this reason is putting in his spare moments practicing on a type writer, He is making good progress, and if the first sermon from the machine is to be judged from the movements we saw the popular Baptist pastor making yesterday, it will be red hot, Joe Steil fooled the boys but not himself when he and Miss Grace Stfert were quietly married a few days ago. Joe is one of Algona's prosperous young business men, and the bride has been for some time engaged in teaching, This paper extends congratulations, and would have done so sooner if the matter had not been kept a secret until recently. " Fresh paint" is the placard which stares one in the face at every turn ibout the court house. Painter Orr has had hia own way there for some days past, and the result ie beautifying as well as the proper thing from an economic point of view. The offices of the treasurer, clerk, and recorder, besides the main hallway, have received liia special attention. The excellency of Algona's crack cigar, the Sppvtsraan'e Game, is becoming known some distance from home. L.a,Bt week, a Cedar Rapids firm .wrote askjng for prices and saying they wanfc ed to handle the goods. Jt is likely (bat arrangements will be made by which they will handle the brand, from Cteflar Rapids ana t&us cover a terri* wbere ife Is pot BOW SQW, Q( seats fpr Share AQve? b§ Moaday mm-ning and at the which (to wesfc tjje bulk. e j the te taken, e -Rew B.I&B Keene was easily avoided. There is only one right way to sell, and this the company has adopted. Thg outside towns have taken abbut 150 seats, of which Burt alone takes 40. Burt is a iberal patron of the opera house entertainments, generally sending a large delegation. The prospect now is that Shore Acres will fill the house from ;op to bottom. John Grove on Friday last shipped a car load of horses to Morris, Minn., where he expects to dispose of them. He says there is a demand there for good draft horses, and that they bring i good price in that part of Minnesota. He went with the shipment, which included the white ponies and the black stallions which have been Grove property for two or three years past. Mr. Tillson, advance man for the Shore Acres company, was in town yesterday completing arrangements for the production of the play. During one act of the'performance a real supper is served on the stage, and for this Mr. Tillson arranged with the Gilt Edge cafe for' a 13-pound baked turkey and the :ed,ibles that would naturally go with ayich a thanksgiving meal. The company contains 19 grown people and three children. Shore Acres is going to be all that it is represented. In the continued enforced absence ol Bishop Perry, the Rev. A. A. Miller received the holy orders of deacon and priest at the hands of a friend of long standing, the Rt. Rev. J. R. Vilatte, archbishop and metropolitan of the old Catholic church in America. The old Catholics separated from the Roman obedience on account of the proclamation of the infallibility of the pope in 1870, but they retained in other respects the faiths, worships, and discipline of the. church of Rome. The Rt. Rev. Vilatte was consecrated bishop in 1892, agreeable to an edict issued by Peter III., patriarch of Antloch in Syria, the consocrators being the archbishop of Colombo and two assistanl bishops. Rev. Miller was ordained deacon March 10, and priest March 11 "How will the new tariff law affec the Algona cigar factory?" .was askec of John Schu, the boss man at that busy place.. He said the only difference it would make with them would be .the advance duty on Sumatra wrappers ant Havana filler. On Sumatra wrappers the duty is 'now $1.60 a pound, and the proposed schedule advances it to $2 Havana is advanced from 45 to 65 cents a pound and so little is used as to cut bu a small figure. In the matter of wrap pers, however, he thought the differ ence would be divided between the factories and the leaf men, and woulc hardly be felt. It takes two pounds o Sumatra wrappers for 1,000 Sports man's Game cigars. This,makes them cost $1 a 1,000 more to make, but thi quality of this brand will be kept up t its high standard without reference t to the fact that the price will remain the same as heretofore. MRS, SAMUEL EEED IS DEAD. Passed Away This Morning—Hoar Disease the Cause. Just as we go to press it is learned that Mrs. Samuel Reed died this morn ing at 9 o'clock. Heart disease was thi cause. She was one of the earlies settlers in Irvington, and well known throughout the county. An extended notice of her life will appear next week The funeral will occur at the Meth odist church on Friday at 10 o'clock. The Hot Springs, Located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, have wonderful medicinal prop erties for the cure of rheumatism, neu ralgia, and kindred ailments, and they should be investigated by all suffering from such troubles. First-class hote accommodations and baths, Touris tickets on sale daily and especially low rates 011 the first and third Tuesdays o each month. Full information furnished on application to ticket agents Chicago & Northwestern rail way.—47t6 A Snap for Somebody, House and two lots for sale in west part of Algona. Good cellar, cistern well, and a lot of nice shrubbery. •£ small payment only is required down Inquire at this office,—23 THE newest novelties in ladies' and men's fine shoes at the very lowest prices. GEO. L. GALBRAITH & Co. THE best place in town to get canned goods is at Grove & Son's. SEE our new pattern in crockery, M. Z. GROVE & SON. See the New Owens foul seed separators at 52t2 "• G. M. JOHNSON'S. TIMOTHY seed, nice and clean; $1.25 a bushel, H, L. KIMBALI,. FOR Buckeye seeders call on 51 G, M- JOHNSON, FOR time loans on real estate apply at Kossuth County State BanH. CABBAGE, rutabagas, and onions at Grove & Son's. I HAVE «, few second-hand one and iwo-seated light wagons and top bug- fies to sell cheap. 51 G. M. JOHNSON. WE'RE right in line on the grocery question. M. Z. GROVE & SON, ELECTRIC BJI'TERS. Electric Bitters Is a medicine suited for SSSLff^K! 1 ' ^ P ei 'lW more generally needed in the spring, when the languid, ex- WWfl Deling prevails, when the liver is torpid aud sluggish and the need pf a tonip and alterative is felt. A prompt use of this nedlpine has of ten averted long 8 n4 per- laps fatal bilious fevers, $ 0 medicine will lot wore suyejy iu counteracting m I free nfrthesyeten/frpHi the jaalfrlal pplaon, '* ft^N^ffM^?' W• *? fflfcoMo Bitters. Only 00o a ^. A. sheets'drug §tpre.. j Just a Minute Ahead of the Timte. We expect to sell you youf shoes this spfitig fbf out new styles are RIGHT IN IT. We have the swellest shades and slickest styles to be found, and the prices can't help but please you. just cotne in and take a look at the new shoes. Browtiell 6t Allred. The Shoe Merchants > ALGONA, IOWA, ' We do first class repairing and make shoes or boots to order. FINANCIAL. ^*^~**~*~r*~r*^~v*^^^*s**s-^*' Kossuth County State Bank, Deposits received, money loaned, foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold. Colleo tions made promptly, and a general banking business transacted. Passage tickets to or from 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. Chrlschllles, Lewis H. Smith t W. Wadsworth, Barnet Devine. ',•'. First National Bank of Algona. OAP1TAI/ .............................. 850,000 AMBROSE A. CALL ................ President I WM. K. FERGUSON .................. Cashier D. H. HUTCH1NS .............. Vice President I C. D. SMITH.. ............... ."..Asst. CaiXier > H " Vesper ' Ambrose A. 1 . Fer A gu8 F on gUSOn ' rateat ?P artles "rst-class security. Algona State Bank. lfllcer/t and Directors— A. D. Olarke, President, . 0. 0. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Geo. L. Galbraith, Fred. M. Miller. Myron Schenok, Thos. F. Cooke. CASH CAPITAL, $50,000. General Banking, PRIVATE SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. (^"Interest paid on time deposits. -- 'O. Six per cent Interest on Time Deposits for money left three months or more. Money always on hand to loan on first mortgages, second mortgages, and good collaterals. Notes bought. ALGONAj IOWA. The Algona Deposit & Loan Assn. w m -GUARANTEE" Call at offices for particulars. 8 Offices over Algona State Bank PER CENT. Merest . O3CT NSURANGE Also Land, Loan, and Collection Business.- Office over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Rapids, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Bockford of Kockford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. GEO. M. BAILEY. covery, as the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at River Junction she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it seemed as if she could not survive them. ' A friend recommended Dr. Regular size 50c. and $1.00. PROFESSIONAL. •^^^^^-^^-vx^^-v-^^^^v^^^^^^^^^.^ CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over First National bank, Algona, la. CANNED goods, all sorts and prices, at Grove & Son's. H. O, BUELL has a farm to rent. See him. _ . WE have what you want in dry and salt fish. M. Z. Grove & Son. LOOK over our large line of capes and jackets before you buy. We have some big bargains. GEO. L, GALBRAITH & Co. Money to Loan. An unlimited amount of money tc loan on good improved farms. Rate as low as the lowest. Time from fivi to ten years, Optional payments. _ S. S. SESSIONS. • BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE, The best salve iu the world for bruises cuts, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter chapped hands, chilblains, corns anc all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles £H£ P * ay W^' " ls guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price S5o a box. Sold by L. A. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office in Gardner Cowles' new building. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxle-Ferguson bUok, MONEY to loan on town property and farms. Thos. F. Cooke. -31 tjanl SHELLY & PETTIBONE, Head Stones, Monuments^ MARBLE • gr'See us before you contract. Grass Leases, S^SloS^te Southeast quarter ol.. outhwest quarter of 87 E 87 87 37 87 87 87 37 S9uthwesfquartiortheTouth. AV D7 87 ^east quarter pf ", * ^ 10 07 27 87 2? 87 37 87 37 87 87 IT, §2 qwrteroi...;;;;;;;;;i§ g? |Z quarterof.. 34 97 a? qijarterof., s| |A gZ quarter of.;.,,. . "g SI » |Z 3 "-rforoj.... ,.,:. i| II H 'fcfi? 0| +A -rs *o ;? 99»iSwes.t fluaiter 'pil E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J. 0. BAYMOND. ERNEST Q, RAYMOND RAYMOND '•& RAYMO>fD, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, __ Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK JW ; CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over Kos t h Oo fank, Algona, jowa. F. L. TRIBON, Homeopathic, D,, PHYSICIAN AND SURQEQN; Office and residence in the Boston Bloe'k. (In the new block,) .. i H. C. MoCQV, M. .p,, PHYSICIAN AND SURCfEOW Offlce »t | residence, McQregpr street. PHYSIOIAN AND SURQEON, M. J. PSY8ICI4N AND BUR&EQN., Office and residence over S, Oi Pt §>t« ft *V 4 4 N •* 1 ^Office over the State Bank. A^aa, Jpy 9 . y«**xwm

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