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THE OTPEK DE8 MOINES: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 25, 1897. If you want Good 1 L vj U r\ why in the world don't you BUY TELLS US THE WEIGHT OF THE PIG Two Mathematicians Are Stimulated to Send Answers—Prof. Lilly Submits a New One. Good Flour? The Wilson Mills make the GOOD kind of flour—no other—make it every week day in the year, and sell it to the best bread-makers on the face of the earth. Strong language, to be sure, but it's the gospel truth and why not say it ? TRY A SACK. Lenette W. Butler, Administrator J. J. Wilson estate. PROFESSIONAL. •^f~^-+^~*s-*^~**~*S~*^-^f+v~**r^r**^*^**. CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. ' Office over Galbralth's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office lu IIoxie-FerKUSon bl jck. E. V, SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J. 0. RAYMOND. ERNEST C. RAYMOND RAVMOND & 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. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND tiUR&EON. Office and residence over Taylor's. H. D. SPENCER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sexton. Iowa. DR. MARGARET E. COLES, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon, Office and residence in Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. E. S. GLASIER, D. D. S., SURGE ON DENTIST. Office over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. DENTIST. A. L. RIST, D. D. S. Local anaesthetic t oi deadening pain In gums when extracting teeth. One Hundred Dollars* — Is offered to any person who can duplicate the CIGAR FOR S CENTS. SCHU & WATERHOUSE, ?-' Painter, Paper: Hanger KALSOMJNER, SIGN ANP CARRIAGE PAINTER. Ppsla] card orflwfl will revive ., prompt PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Thos. Kiugsloy of Cascade visited C. J. Doxsco last week. Mrs. F. H. Vospor and Orma wont to Jhicago last evening. Horace Mann went to Fort Dodge to hear Fred White open the campaign. Gco. E. Clarke and daughter Nell spent Sunday in Wells, Minn., visiting. C. M. Doxsoo and family returned yesterday from their camping trip to Clear Lake. Dr. and Mrs. Shore and Dr. Shore's sis- tor are guests at tho Ambrose A. Calll homo. Miss Anna Sampson is visiting at Sheriff Sampson's. She is a cousin, and lives at Amboy. Banker Shaiblo of Whittemore stopped off in Algona Friday on his way to Des Moines. Rev. Butler went up to the farm in Em met county last week to visit the boys a few days. Mrs. Auditor Calkins is at her old home in Bluo Earth City while her husband is on his eastern trip. Mrs. Ambrose A. Call and daughter Myrtle returned from a visit with Indiana friends last Friday. Fred Waterhouse is down from Mirinea polls for a visit of ten days with relatives and old-time friends. Miss Mac Clarke has returned to St. Joe Mo., after a pleasant visit in Algona, which she says is still her home. Miss Bertha Hancock expects to go to Chicago in a few days to begin a winter's course of study in oratory. Mr. and Mrs. Patch are over from Hart ley at tho Tennant home. Mr. Patch is at tending the shooting tournament. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Budd ot Des Moines and Mr, and Mrs. Frisbie of Indianola vis ited at John G. Smith's last week. Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles has gone to Chi cago for a visit. Her husband will go in to buy goods soon and she will return with him. Mrs. Hack of Humboldt and her daugh tors Daisy and Zada visited at tho Lantrj home last week and heard tho homo operetta. Rev. Bowen and wife were over from Spencer renewing old acquaintances in Al gona. On Sunday he occupied the Episco palian pulpit. Horace Mann and his sister Bertha visit ed in Minneapolis a week ago. Miss Alice is there for the summer taking a summoi course of study. Mrs. R. H. Spencer, Miss Hattie Steph ens, F. M. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Alo> White, and J. L. Bonar went to Clear Lake Sunday for tho musicale. Mrs. Stella McCormack of Knoxvillo is spending a month with her sister, Mrs. F L. McComb. She is tho wife of Editor Me Cormick of the Knoxville Journal. Mrs. W. B. Quarton and Mrs. C. PI. Bios som entertained Saturday afternoon at thi homo of the latter. Mrs. Blossom and f am ily go to Hurt this week to make thei: home. Leo Peugnet went to Clinton as delegate to the Knights of Pythias grand lodge. He says it was a most enjoyable meeting. The next grand lodge will be held at Counci Bluffs. Mart McCall went to Chicago last Satur day to begin a course of instruction on thi Gothic harp of Mrs. , Clara Murray, one o the harpists of the well-known Theodore Thomas orchestra. H. E. Rist went with the eastern excur sionists as far as Milwaukee. While there i Sentinel reporter interviewed him, and his views on tho crop prospect in Iowa are given conspicuous mention. J. R. Jones, S. Mayno of Bancroft, Geo C. Call, J. W. Wadsworth, B. F. Crose, Dr Sanders and 11. M. Richmond of Swoa City, Judge Quarton and others took in th convention at Cedar Rapids in companj with tho delegates. W. P. Jones is back from Okoboji. H< says Paul Junkin and Dr. Blunt had the! bicycles stolen. One was an 1890 Phoenix and the other a Kingraan & Co. If anyone sees such wheels he will do Mr. Jones a favor by notifying him. Mr. and Mrs. Whitford, Sr., and Mr and Mrs. Whitford, Jr., are visiting at th> Lewis H. Smith homo. They live in Proy idence, R. I., and the younger lady is a niece of Mrs. Smith's. Mrs. Lindsoy, Mrs Smith's sister, is also still with them. Patrick Kain is back from his two months' stay in Battle Creek sanitarium and in much improved health. The doc tors there think his nervous trouble comes from his stomach, but he thinks that back of it is an injury he received some twt years ago in the neck. Ho is looking am feeling well but is still a little weak. His many friends are glad to see him again in Algona. LADIES are cordially invited to see the new novelties in millinery at Mat son & McCall'e. The styles are very nice this seasou.~22t3 VEJUNGS that are the latest thing atMat8ou& McCalPs. ft will be to your interest to see their stock of mil Jipery before purohpipg.-22t3 '",'.','''''" * « '" ^ CHOICE fresh f rujts every day at GROVE & Sow's, fall g9o4,e. wiving flaily # L' at.nti£t ' ' SOLVE A KNOTTY PROBLEM The problem given in THE UPPER DES MOINES last week attracted considerable attention among the teachers, and two solutions have been handed in. We do not know but the solutions will je puzzles enough for most of our readers, but the mathematically inclined will be interested in them. The prob- em was as follows: "A Kentucky farmer and his wife owned a pig and they wanted to weigh t. The man weighed 185 and the woman 100 pounds. They put a board across the fence so that when they sat down upon the ends it exactly bal- inced. Then they exchanged places, iis wife taking the pig in her lap, just 3alancitig the board again. What was the weight of the hogV" The first answer is Prof. Lilly's: "The above question is a practical application of tho lever of the first class. The board is the lever, the [ence is tho fulcum, and for convenience take one hundred pounds, the weight of the woman, for the power, and 135 pounds, the weight of the man, for the weight. Therefore, the distance from the woman to the fence is called the power distance, and the distance from tho man to the fence is the weight distance. It is a known fact of physics that tho power multiplied by the power distance equals the weight multiplied by tho weight distance; hence, the ratio of the power to tho weight must equal the ratio of the weight distance to the power distance. The ratio of the power to the weight, or 100 is to 135, as 20 is to 27, which ia therefore the ratio of tho weight dis tance to the power distance. Stated in a proportion it is to 135 pounds as 20 is to 27. From the second condition to exactly balance, they exchange places and add tho weight of the hog to the weight of the woman. Then the proportion is, 135 is to 100 plus the weight of the hog as 20 is to 27. Since, in any proportion, the product of the means equals the product of tho extremes, wo have 20x100 pounds, plus the weight oi the hog, equals 27x135 pounds, or 2000 pounds plus 20 times the weight of the hog equals 3G45 pounds. Therefore, 2C times the weight of tho hog equals 3645 pounds, less 2000 pounds equals 1645 pounds, and the pig weighs 1-20 ol 1045 pounds, or 82.25 pounds." The second solution is A. F. Bacon's "Tho problem comes under the head of levers, hence we can use the formula given in physics: Power, weight weight distance, power distance. I: both man and woman had weighed 10( pounds, tho fulcum would be placed in the center of the lever, and length of lever equals 200 parts, of which both would occupy 100. But they both weigh 235 pounds, therefore the lever equals 235 parts, and the man occupies 135 and the woman 100; reduce 135-235 equals 27-47 and 100-235 equals 20-47 Now reverse and let x equal the weigh of the pig, You then have, by the above formula, 135 pounds : 100 pounds plus x :: 20-47 :27-47. Clear of fractions and you have 6345 : 4700 plus 47 x :: 20 27. This is 94000 plus 940 x equals 171315; 940 x equals 171315 less 94000 equals 82i pounds, the weight of the pig." SOMETHING TO tflGTJRE ON. Prof. Lilly suggests the following as a good problem for all who are rnathe matically inclined: "Smith, Brown and Hinchon, with their sons, Adam, Paul and Will each own a tract of land in square form. Mr Smith's tract is 23 rods longer on i side than Paul's and Mr. Brown's is 1 I'ods longer on a side than Adam's Each man has 63 square rods rnon than his son. Find the full names o the boys; that is whether Adam Smith Adam Brown or Adam Hinchon. all of the hoodlums in Algona were eated on the front rows of seats loaded with torpedoes, sunflowers, paper bags and other artillery with which they ucceeded In making the night truly hideous. We hope that Algona will not spend any valuable time or money ,o secure a similar treat for the next Bounty convention. PUT US OFF AT BUFFALO. A Goodly Delegation Take the Cars at Algoim for the East. The trains out of Algona Saturday were well loaded for the east. The delegations included Mr. and Mrs. has. Morehouse, Mrs. J. A. Campbell, Mrs. B. E. Goddard from Bancroft, and one whose name is not known from nrther north. From Algona, A. M. Tohnson and a sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jns. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. M. Starr, J. R. button, Dr. and Mrs. McCoy, C. R. Lewis, A. L. Helton, H. F. Watson, Chas. Smith, Lute Stacy, Henry Brewster, Lew Craramond, Auditor Caulk- ns, G. F. Peek, Mrs. J. E. Robertson, W. B. Carey, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Parsons took the train. Some go to the ncatnpment, some to other points to visit. The round trip rate including sleeper was only $25. BICYCLES AT MASON CITY. SEMI-LOOAL NEWS NOTES. Al. Adams visited the Fourth regi mont camp tit Fort Dodge: We hap pened to light upon the quarters of Co F's first-class caterer and aroma of th coming supper filled the air and mad the old frame quiver with the excite pent of a coming fray. Some items o information were a little strange a first till we thought it outa little. Che Tellier of Co. F told us that they bough such things as fresh eggs and milk, am chickens when they had them. Thi seemed quite strange till wo remem bered it was thirty-three years sine we were in camp as a soldier ana "things is changed." We had th pleasure of pleasant greetings from Capt, G, S. Foster, commander of Co. F aifc his amiable wife, who was sharing his fortunes in camp for a few days Miss Bowyer, Mr. E. G. Bowyer, Mr and Mrs, Eugene Tellier, Mrs. W. J Lang and other members of Co. F'I solid phalanx. It is whispered, says the Fort Dodgi Post, that Jessie Cherry made a grea hit at Algona by wearing- a military cap bearing a startling resemblance to one formerly worn by a member of com pany G. The rumor is corroborated ty the fact that a member of the compan; has just ordered a new dress cap. -*--*-•*Col. Chas. A. Clarke last week pur chased what is familiarly known to Dickinson county people as the Charlei Evans farm on West Okoboji. Thii tract embraces 800 feet of beautiful laki frontage, The Beacon says: We un derstand the colonel will not plat and sell any of this property, but will mak of it an ideal summer home, especlall; fpr the comfort of his family. -*- -T- -f- After a Britt man had taken half a box of liver 'pills and felt muohim proved he chanced to turn the box up side down and this is what he found " Crown morning glory seeds." The Champion endorses the Whitte more delegation In all but one of its ac tipns.; The only imprppriety the Whit temore delegation was guilty of at Al gona WAS attending the Cherry sisters entertalnmept. The show was rotten beyond description as far as talent I * 4o4 to roaJke jaaj,ter| worse The HlK Hlcyclo Contest ol Northern Iowa Comes This Week. Everyone interested in tho wheel will bo glad to learn that the Mason ity wheelmen will give another race meet on August 26 and 27. Outside of ;he state meet at Des Moines, this will be tho largest of tho year. Their prize ,ist is exceedingly liberal. A triplet will bo used for pacing, which assures 'ast time and records galore. Lee Richardson, the world's greatest trick ind fancy rider, will bo in attendance both days. Tho musical program will be rendered by the Rainmakers concert band which insures its excellence. The Triumph Sulky Plow. The best known and most popular Sulky Plow on the market. Light draft and easy to handle, Every plow fully warranted, THE WIGWAM has the finest line of plow goods in the northwest, and the prices are away down. Call and see our plows before you buy. Wilfrid P. Jones. 1?3n.e ALGONA AND BURT. THE KKUGER OASE HEARD PROM, The Treasury Department nt Washington Will Investigate. The following letter explains itself. The facts in the Kruger case were published two weeks ago: WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. 18,1897.—John G. Smith, Esq., Al~ona, Iowa—Sir: The bureau is in receipt, by reference from the secretary of state, of your communication of the 9th instant, in regard to the case of Karl Kruger and wife, who you allege were unlawfully landed in Boston in October last and are now public charges on your county. After an investigation is had in the matter you will be further advised in the premises. Respectfully yours, FKANK H. LAHNED, Acting Commissioner General. FARMERS' NATIONAL CONGRESS. J. W. Wadsworth Will Attend as a Delegate—A ITliio Program. J. W. Wadsworth will go to St. Paul next Tuesday to attend the Farmers' National congress. The meeting lasts until the following Tuesday, and closes with a free excursion to the Fargo big wheat farms in North Dakota, given by the Northern Pacific railway. The program includes addresses by B. F. Clayton, "TamaJim" Wilson, F. M. Powell, Mrs. Ada Ewing and others of Iowa, as well as of many noted agriculturists of the nation. Mr. Wadsworth has consented to tell our readers something of the meeting and excursion. The Facts About Those Cups. To the Editor: I see by an article in THE UPPER DES MOINES of the 18th, taken from the Fort Dodge Messenger, that the Fourth regiment trophies have become sadly mixed. The facts are simply these: In 1891 Company H of Sioux City put up a cup for competition in the Sixth regiment, to be known as the H trophy, the competition being as follows: The cup to become the property of the team winning it three times in succession. The competition that year was held during camp at WebsterCity and the cup was won by Company D team of Hampton. During the next year, 1892, the new organization took place, Col. Foster being elected colonel and the old Sixth regiment being made the Fourth, the next camp to bo held at Sioux City. The old trophy was to be shot for, and, in addition, Beck of Sioux City put up another cup to be known as the Beck trophy, to be won by the best team score at 500 yards, the trophy to become the property of the team winning twice in succession. There was also put up that year an individual medal to become the property of the man making the highest individual score. Since 1891 the trophies have been won by the different teams in the following order: In 1892 Company F won both cups and Capt. Edens the individual, at Sioux City; in 1893 Company F won the H trophy and Company A of Mason City the Beck, at Sioux City; in 1894 Company C of Webster City won both at Spencer; in 1895 Company F won both at Waverly; in 1896 Company C won both at Okoboji; in 1897 Company F won both at Fort Dodge. W. E. WARD, Second Lieut. Co. F, Fourth. A Happy Marriage, This evening, at Livormore, Prof. Rutleclge, one of the tennis team that has played in Algona, and Miss Gelia Hart, a formal normal school student, are to be married. Many good wishes go from here. Half Rates to the State Fair at Des Moines via the Northwestern line. Excursion tickets will be sold Sept. 8 to 18, inclusive, limited to Sept. 20, at one fare for the round trip. Apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway,—2313 Half Bates to Indianapolis via the Northwestern line. Excursion tickets will be sold for trains reaching Chicago, Sept. 8 and 9, limited to Sept. 15, at one fare for the round trip, on account of National Encampment Sons of Veterans. Apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.H?3t2 Milwaukee Excursion Bates. Excursion tickets are now sold at reduced rates to Spirit Lake and Okoboji by the Milwauke line. Tickets for the exposition at Nashville, Tenn., May 1 to Oct. 81, are sold a.t 80 j$r seftfe of I»U fsye. You Can Get Eleven Cents for Eggs AT THE CASH GROCERY. You can get a fine castor machine oil for 25c a gallon. Six boxes of axle grease for 2gc. California canned peaches, apricots, green gages, or egg plums for roc a can. An uncolored Japan tea for 23c. A crushed Java coffee for I2c a pound. YOU CAN GET left if you don't trade at the Cash Grocery. We deliver everything. J. C. ANDERSON, South of court house. NSURANGE Also Land, Loan and Collection Business.- Office over Algona State Bank. Farmers' of Cedar Kaplds, Phoenix of Hartford, Hanover of New York, Minnesota Fire, Minneapolis, Eockford of Rockford, Lloyd's Plate Glass of New York, United States Life of New York. GEO. M. BAILEY. AL, qiLSON AND BUBO-LABS. AJgonn's Olio Time Sporting Man Has a Time Down at Ponda. Al. Gilson will be remembered in Algona as an all-round sporting man. The Pocahontas Record gives one of his recent experiences: The family of Widow Gilson of Fonda retired, and shortly after a young lady staying with Mrs. Gilson heard a commotion in their chicken house. She immediately called Al. Gilson, who went out to the chicken house and looked in, but as it was very dark he could not distinguish anything. Waiting a moment he said: "You fellows are good ones around robbing widows' chicken houses." Just then something struck Al. on the head and he was knocked down; but he immediately jumped to his feet in time to sieze hold of the thief as he was attempting to escape. Then a struggle took place in which Al, was getting the worst of it, when Mrs, Gilson rushed into the fray and grabbed the thief around the neck, but he shook her off and struck her in the mouth, knocking her down, but not before she discovered that the thief was bald headed. The thief had only freed himself from Mrs. Gilson, when the young lady rushed in with a bed slat and hit the thief on the head. This ended the fracas, and the young lady fainted away and was carried into the house, where she was placed in bed and unable to get out of bed for two or three days owing to the shock to her nervous system. Head Thls-It May 13e of Interest. Our representative will be in Algona, the exact date to be announced later, with samples representing the newest and best in carpets, rugs, lace and heavy curtains, draperies, linoleum, wall paper, grille work, wood mantles and grates, If you need any of these goods this fall, you will find this an exceptional opportunity to make selections from one of the largest stocks in the state. Having made large contracts for these goods, prior to the passage of the new tariff bill, at a time when prices were the lowest in the history of the trade, we are in position to make low prices. We will guarantee the correct filling of all orders in- trusted to our agent. Should you desire to see the line before our scheduled time of calling, if you will notify us, it will enable us to accommodate you. HARRIS EMERY Co., Des Moines, Iowa. EIGHTEEN karat rings that are 18 karat, not 14 karat rings made up by some jobber and stamped 18 karat. 6 DlNGLEY & PUGH. DON'T buy fall hats and millinery until you have seen ours. They are the latest. MATS.ON & MCCALL, WATER OR NO PAY, Artesian weu contractor. I have the only cable steam drilling machine owned in the county; sink wells (or water supply for towns, cities, and railroads. Special attention to farm, well work. Estimates made. I em ->loy only expert drtHwra. Address A. F A Good Butter is necessary for the dining table, but it does not make a good axle grease. We have been trying for the past two years to get a good axle grease, something that we could guarantee to be as good as the best, and we believe we have found it in the Galena and in order to get it introduced will sell on Saturday, Aug. 21, our regular 10 cent box for ONLY 5 CENTS. Only one box will be sold at this price to the same party. Our ordinary grease you can buy four boxes for 25 cents. We have a superior carriage grease—try it. C. M. Doxsee, Hardware. Fred Thorn, AT HOBART, IOWA, Gives as many pounds of sugar for a dollar as anybody, and sells all kinds of GROCERIES at right prices. We want a part of your trade, and will do the square thing by our customers at all times. Call and see if this is not so. North of railway track. FEED THORF, SHELLY & PETTIBONE, Head Stones* Monuments,, IQ-W.A.. t3F"S«ewB before yo«, contract. •-. £*.* ~: .."*•/ !,'.-.( *,*',

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