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THE XJPfttH BIS MOtNJSS: ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVBMBEB If,1897. HERO Two and four-horse power and NG MILL BIRCH WIELDERS TO MEET WILL GET TOGETHER SATURDAY. "Win. JIa-wley Smith Will Be Present and Give Them a Talk—Program for the Meeting. The Wigwam Algona and Burt, has the exclusive sale of this popular line of goods. Call and get the Appleton illustrated catalogue, giving full description of twenty-six sizes of American grinding mills, corn, cob, and shuck mills, feed cutters, tread powers, direct stroke and back geared steel and wood pumping wind mills, most complete line of power wind mills, etc. Our prices are right. Be sure and call and see our goods before you buy. Wilfrid P. Jones. The teachers are to gather in Algona in force Saturday for a county meeting. Besides a fine local program, Wrc. Hawley Smith, who lectures in the evening, will be present and talk. Mr. Smith also entertains all the outside teachers free at the lecture who notify Prof. Spencer by Friday tbat they will be present. PROGRAM FOR THE DAY. The county teachers' meeting will be at the Algona high school building, beginning at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Ttfe program is as follows: Class exercise in music—pupils o'f Miss Wundt, Third ward building, Algona. Upon what should promotion be based! \V. H. Brown. Wesley. Best discipline and how secured, R. M. Wygant, LuVerne. Song—Algona high school glee club. Arithmetic in the comtnon schools, L. C. Bowers, Whittemore. Cornet and clarionet duet, John Waldbillig and Chas. Nicoulin. Algona. Speer number work—class exercise, Miss C. M. Mclntyre, Algona. Adjourn till 2 p. m. Class exercise in music—pupils of Miss DUrant, central building, Algona. What has the community a right to expect from the public schools, E. B. Butler, Algona. Thought getting and thought giving—general reading work, Miss Pillsbury, Whittemore. Song—Algona high school glee club. Drawing in public schools, Miss Jones, Algona. Instrumental duet, John Waldbillig and Chas. Nicoulin, Algona. Remarks, Wm. Hawley Smith. General discussion following all topics, SCHOOL, NOTES. Fred. Anderson, member of the school board, and Prof. Brown were in Algona one day last week arranging a course of study for the Wesley schools. Algona should open her arms for the school ma'ms on Saturday. Miss C. M. Mclntyre visited the schools of Chicago on Monday to bring to Algona reports of the Speer number ladies attended the bride and we hope Charlie was not so agitated but that he kept an eye out for himself. Eagle Grove Gazette: Mrs. D. D. Hunt of De Kalb, 111., while enroute from Algona to her home, was the guest on Friday and Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wait. Mrs. Hunt is the wife of State Senator Hunt or the fifth Illinois district, both of whom are long-time friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wait. The dedication of the Christian Science church at Chicago. Sunday, which Mrs. R. B. Warren attended, drew 8.000 people. The church cost * 108,000 and is after the Greek style of architecture. The ceremony was reported by all the Chicago papers at length and has attracted a great deal of attention. The Iowa Odd Fellow for November has a full report of the state Odd Fellows' meeting at Davenport. J. W. Hopkins of Wes- lev was the delegate from Kossuth. The locating of an orphan's home, which has caused such a row between Indianola and Jefferson, was laid over, and a temporary home will be rented for the orphan and indigent. C. B. Matson came up from Roll a, Mo., Friday. He has now joined a good looking bachelor's club, which must be considered a hopeful sign, inasmuch as five years in a matrimonial club failed. He says Missouri is in it this year with a big apple crop. A Rolla friend came with him and brought a car load of apples to Algona and sold them. Invitations are out for the marriage of Miss Cornelia Ingham and Wm. Judd McChesney of Iowa City, which will occur Thursday of next week at the Ingham home at 5:30 o'clock. The happy couple will take the evening train south, and will be at home to their friends after Dec. 5 in Iowa City, where the groom is connected with the First National bank. Mr. Mc- Chcsney is a lifelong resident of the city. A CHIMNEY of Hamilton's pressed brick laid in cement will lastalifetime. grist, and sent the man home rejoicing over his precious treasure. A few years later this mill was en- lar^ed and run by E. Randall & Son, and" in 1875 the mill was rebuilt and machinery put in for the new process plan of making flour. These improvements together with the new dam cost about $5,000. The following year Mr. Randall sold to John T. Elder, who was operating the mill in 1883. Lincoln Park, Chicago- One of the beauty spots of Chicago is described in a most beautifully illustrated book of 96 pages now being distributed by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway company. It is full of the finest half-tone pictures of one of Creation's most charming places of resort for citizens of the great republic. Everyone who has ever visited the park will appreciate the souvenir, and for those who have not it will be a revelation of what is to be seen in Chicago. It can only be procured by enclosing twenty-five (25) cents in coin or postage stamps to Geo. H. Heafford, general passenger agent, 410 Old Colony building, Chicago, 111. A CHIMNEY of Hamilton's pressed brick laid in cement will lasta lifetime. PROFESSIONAL. *M~«-«rf-XX>Ji-Vj.->. CLARKE & ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over First National bank, Algona la. -. ^ E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston Mock. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbralth's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxle-Ferstuson bljck. JUST received, the finest line of table linen, napkins, and towels ever shown in the city at Galbraith & Co.'s. Old GoJd and Silver. We buy your old gold and silver. Bring it in a'nd get an estimate on it. DlNGLEY & PUGH. Sign of the big watch. 31tll SEE those new jardiniers at Grove & Son's. DEATH OF ELISHA EANDALL. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. work as given by Miss Newbecker is Miss Newbecker. probably the best ALGONA AND BURT. REMOVAL. D. B. Avey has this week removed his harness shop and stock to the Bronson building on State street, where he will hereafter be found with the largest and most complete stock of harness, saddles, whips, robes, and general harness goods ever seen in Algona. Come and see an elegant stock. D. B. f\VEY. M. P. HAGGABD. G. F. PEEK Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Smith.! Abstracts, Real Estate,-£SU Collections, ALGONA, IOWA, WATER OR NO PAY. Artesian farm well wort Uoy only ewejt contractor. I have the only machine owned In the •--"•- '-• for towns, -ntlon to I enX' ariUwiB. AMww A- F' and Medicines 199 ipurel&iuo r -?wp(?4«f ned nomeseekers' Excursion. Homeseekers' excursion tickets may be sold to certain territory on Nov. 2 ind 16, and Deo. 7 and 21, 1897. The lolling rate will be one lowest regular first class fare plus $2. THE eastern "Gold Bugs" are bun- fry for more Iowa farm loans. Special ates now. THOS. P. COOKE. THE excellent crops this v year have jiven an impetus to farming that has lot been experienced for some time. Central Minnesota has felt the effects as much or more than any other section of the northwest, and hundreds of farmers have taken advantage of the opportunity to secure some of the low- priced but splendid lands being offered (or sale by the Northern Pacific Bail' way company. See advertisement In another column.—28U3 SEE the Mitchell wagon at the Wig- wam.-34t2 THE Wigwam has juet received a big carload of Mitchell wagons, They are positively the best farm wagon on the market for the roooey.-34tg A CHIMNEY of Hamilton.'? pressed brick laid in. oeroept wiU lastaUtetim.9. THE largest line of chamber sets in at M, Z, drove & ' teacher of the Speer work in Chicago. This method is being introduced in the Algona schools. Patrons wishing to learn of this method should visit the teachers' meeting at the high school building Saturday forenoon. Mr. Bellows, the gentlemanly agent of Ginn & Co., book publishers, was in town Friday. The upper rooms of the high school building will be provided with slate blackboards. Henry Hatch of Whittemore transacted business in Algona Monday. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. E. B. Butler is in Des Moines today on a business trip. Geo. E. Clarke was at Mason City Monday on a law suit. Mrs. L. A. Hunt's sister-in-law from De Kalb, 111., visited her last week. Patrick Kain is not yet returned from Battle Creek, but is expected soon. S. S. Sessions has been at Lu Verne the past week settling up Dr. Laoy's business. J. B. Jones was up from Des Moines for an over-Sunday visit. He returned yesterday. Mr. Davis, who opened a harness shop opposite the Teunant, has gone to Minneapolis to live. Mrs. Nettie Herman visited with Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Schleicher in Garner several davs last week. Frank Nicoulin goes to Chicago this week to arrange for railway rates in his Minnesota land business. Miss Fannie Spencer is up from Alden visiting her brother, Prof. Spencer. She will remain a week or more. Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Andruss of Irvington are grandparents since election day. The little boy came too late to vote this year. Mrs. Moffatt and Miss McCarthy of Ames came up last week for a visit with Mrs. Geo. S. Foster, a sister of the latter. Mrs. E. N. Weaver went to Ottumwa to attend the state meeting of the Eastern Star. She was the delegate from Algona. Secretary Blackford is planning to attend the state meeting of farm mutual insurance companies at Des Moines next week. Lewis D. Russ is remaining in Algona to look after his interests until the coming term of court. His cases come first and are set for Dec. 7. Guy Taylor has an invitation from C. M. Grimm to go to Chicago with him for his big match with Heikes, which comes Dec. 0. Guy may go in. Lon Chapin, formerly of the Rock Rapids Review, one of the most brilliant editors of the state, was in Algona yesterday. He is traveling now. Henry and Mrs. Wadsworth returned Saturday from a buggy trip to Mason City, Mitchell and other eastern points. They had a pleasant outing, Bert Tuttle came home from his school year at the Agricultural college Monday, and will begin teaching in the Thos. Burt school. Bert is through his junior year. Thos. Sherman was down from Bancroft last week. He don't regret that he refused to accept THE UPPER DBS MOINES' nomination for the legislature. This was the year to run. , Mr. Wetberell, a leading architect of Peora, 111., was in town yesterday visiting old Iowa City college friends. He is drawing plans for the new collegiate building.at Iowa City. J. W. Hay started for the south last evening. He will visit all the southern states and see what he thinks of the future of that country. If he likea it be will locate there, pt^bably in Georgia. Rev. Day and Mrs. C. O. Samson went to Armstrong Monday lor the district Methodist conference. Rev. Plummer and Mr. Atkinson were over from Wesley to go with them- J?lder Yetter is also in attendance. Rev. Talbot preaches In Algona. the coming Sunday, and goestoBritt the Sunday following. He waste Brittlast Sunday and will alternate between the two places. His sermons are highly spoken of by those who have heard him, 0. 0. St. Clatr of Marsnalltown, former cashier of the Aigona State bank, was best man for Frank 0. Letts at his swell wed 4 OHIMNiSY Of brick laid lu cornea ™~, pressed will Itwt a lifetime. ding IP Washington, to Senator daughter- The mpnw it was the most elaborate fall wedding the national oapitol has w}tiie*a&4.7$ of the »ooial leaders be* Ijijr ioylte4, A i# «f handsome youpg Recorder Randall's Father Dies at Mason City—The First Settler. The serious illness of M. F. Randall's father was noted last week. Sunday he died at his home in Mason City, and the funeral was held yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Randall and family went oyer to attend. Judge Randall was the first settler on the present town site of Mason City, and was a highly respected and widely known pioneer. JUDGE RANDALL'S CAREER. From the Daily Globe-Gazette the following sketch of his career is taken: Ellsba Randall was born in the town ot Brookfield, Madison county, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1818. He worked in the mills of his father until about 1840. Was married to Lucy M. York, Oct. 31,1838, daughter of John and Nancy York, all of the town of Brookfield. Lucy M. York was born Dec. 7, 1821. In 1843 the mills burned. In 1844 moved to Edmeston, Otsego county, where he ran a gristmill and manufactured hardware for New York market until 1850. Moved to Belmond, Alleghany county, N. Y. Manufactured sash, doors, and blinds in company with his brother, Adin Randall. Nov. 1, 1854, moved to Iowa, stopping a short time at Waterloo. In June, 1854, took up his permanent residence in Mason City, Cerro Gordo county, Iowa. In company with Samuel Douglass of Benton county, built the circular saw mill on Lime Creek, Sawed the first board Oct. 31, 1855, and built a grist mill of two run of stone two years later. In 1872 obtained a patent for the Randall lime kiln. In 1876 sold his interest in the mill property to John T. Elder. For part pay he took a farm two miles north of Mason City. In politics he was a whig and gave his first vote to Wm. Henry Harrison. Was a member of the first organized republican convention in Cerro Gordo county and has acted with the same ever since. He held the office of justice of the peace for a number of years after the county was organized in 1855. Was county judge one term, .county recorder one term, was the first county supervisor one term, and held other minor offices of trust up to 1888. Was one of the directors of the Iowa Central railway for two years. Was converted at the age of 17 and joined the Methodist church, of which he and his wife are still members. Mr. Randall's children were all at his bedside when he died. They are: Martha Ann, wife of Senator Henderson of Bradgate, Iowa; Lucy Ellen, wife of Prof. L. L. Huntley of this place, (she was the wife of Chas. H. Huntley, who gave his life to his country at the battle of Pleasant Hill, La., 1864, before marrying Prof. Huntley.) Lurena, the wife of Henry Keerl of this city; Millard F., who lives at Algona; Mary, wife of E. R. Bogardus of this city; Sarah E., wife of A. B. Huntley of Buffalo Center; Adin of this city; and Cynthia, wife of A. T. Stewart of Duluth. The following sketch of Mr. Randall appears in the history of Cerro Gordo county: To the pioneer there is always much interest connected with the first mills built. The first mill in Mason City was erected in the summer of 1855, when the few settlers were rejoiced to know that a saw mill bad been put in operation by Elisha Randall, who was in company with Samuel Douglass of Vinton, Iowa. This mill sawed its first board in October, 1835, serving a good purpose in cutting lumber for the buildings to be erected the coming spring. But in the spring of 1856 the proprietors were obliged to witness the rewards of their hard labor and the pride of the settlement, swept away in a few moments by a flood. But with pluck and energy they soon rebuilt, adding a corn cracker, which was highly appreciated by the settlers, whose chief diet wag corn bread. Mr. Randall relates a touching Incident of pioneer hardship, in which R man named Place, living 24 miles to 'the north in Worth county, came in the winter of 1856-7 over the crusted snow, drifts OB snow shoes drawing a aaok ol corn on a band sled. It was Sunday morning and he asked Mr- Randall U be would, BO to the mill and grind it Qut for Uiw P his family were at home Buffering for something to eat. . Rjndall weQl to tfee will' and «o tbe water, ground toe Httle Footwear Bargains. We have a few pair of Ladies' fine shoes worth $3.50, $4 and $4.50 to close out at only $3. Just step in and see them. It Costs You Nothing To look and we will be glad to see you. We also have a fine assortment of the newest and nobbiest footwear J. C. RAYMOND. ERNEST C. RAYMOND RAYMOND 4 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 SURffEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. For Fall and Winter.. All kinds of Footwear at the lowest possible prices. Full value for yoor money at BroTOll & Allreh Cash Shoe Store, Algona, Iowa. Fine Repairing and custom work. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. The Wetmore Truss. 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., SURffEON DENTIST. Office over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. DENTIST. A. L. RIST. D. D. S. Local anaesthetic loi deadening pain In gums when extracting teeth. THIS TRUSS MUUDSRS Mel I WEAR THE WSXMOKE Tuusa A truss embodying the sym- plicity and durability of all other trusses, and yet unlike any of them. The most simple truss ever made. Is practically indestructible—wears forever. Made on strictly hygienic principles— no cumbersome springs to pass around the body. It gives perfect freedom of action without the slightest movement of the truss. Does not take one-half the pressure to hold the rupture that the old styles take. Holds the rupture'easily, yet firmly and surely. It stays just where It is placed. The cheapest high-grade truss yet produced. It Is absolutely guaranteed to fit and hold the hernia with comfort, or money refunded. Don't buy any other truss before trying this For sale and guaranteed by W. J. Studley, PHARMACIST, Boston Block, ALGONA, IA. 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. FRED THORN. DR, PRESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat The State University OF THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS Will begin the year 1897-8 ^ ,0n September 15. For particular Information as to the respective departments address as follows: Collegiate—Charles A. Schaeffer, president, Iowa City. _.. ' Law—Emlin McOlain, chancellor, Iowa Olty. Medical—E. W. Rockwood, M. p., secretary of faculty, Iowa City. , . „ Homoeopathic Mecllcal—J. G. Gtlohrlst, M. D., registrar of faculty, Iowa Olty. . _ Dental—W. S. Hosford, P: P. S., secretary of the faculty, Iowa Olty. . Pharmaceutical—E. L. Boerner, Ph. G., dean of faculty, Iowa Olty. ., Expenses lu all departments are reasonable. Cost of board in private families, |3 to 15 per week; In clubs, $2 to 12.50 per week. . For catalogued or for general information address CHARLES A. SCHAEFFfR. President. City, Xo-w«,. Operations performed. Diseases treated. Spectacles fitted. ^-WU.l be at Algona §HEUY * PETTIBONE, MARBLE. Head Stones, f Monuments, gypee us before you contract. Chas, J. Doxsee, T^Qte, ZEstato, Office In Geo. 0. Call Building. T EGAL THE TOW8HIP Y0u pnd tliese at oftpe. FQRM9 iiX'lNOHBS ie Upper.Iles ARE

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