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rga TJPPEK nm MOINISS: ALQONA, IOWA, JANUARY s, lag. The Wetmore Truss THIS TRUSS MURPSKS Met t WEAR T«B WBIMOKB TRUSS 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 flrmly and It stays just where it is placed. The cheapest high-grade trussyotproduced. It Is absolutely guaranteed to fit and hold the hernia with comfort, or money refunded. Don't buy any other tmsc before trying this .For sale and guaranteed by W. J. Studley, PHARMACIST, Boston Block, ALGONA, IA. Great Valne 6i lithography la tl M'otld of Modetfl Art. The full significance of Senefelder great diecorery, just 100 years ago, wa not BO much that a calcareous ston may be bitten by a weak solution o acid, so that the raised portion when greased (the surrounding parts being wet) may print in a press like a woot out—though with a scraping, not a di root downward, pressure— but it consist edin the demonstration, in the first place, that prints from its surface may be re duplicated in vast numbers Without via< ible deterioration, and in the second, and still more important, that each sue! print is practically an original. Nay, more than this. Aa M. H. P. Dillon reminds me in a panegyric on his favorite art, the greatest merit of this method ol preserving and indefinitely multiplying a drawing lies in the escape of the artisl from the traduttore traditore—from misrepresentations by engraver or by camera, indeed, when the artist has made his design upon the stone itself, each impression from it is as much the original as each and -every photographic print taken from a negative if an original and not a copy of any othei thing. Even when the artist has drawn upon transfer paper instead of on the stone (proceeding for convenience sake, which, in the opinion of some purists, is held in a measure to invalidate the name of lithography as applied to it, though not thereby reflecting in any degree on tho beauty of the work Itself), the impressions taken are still originals, inasmuch as the actual work, the artist'i own lines and dots, have in due course been transferred bodily by mechanical pressure to tho surface of the stone, and this, after it has been inked and printed from, renders each proof then taken o) equal excellence. And the point of it all is this, that until tho stone is inked and a print taken the artist's work is noi complete; so that every print does reallj become a genuine original.—M. H. Spielmauu in Scribner's. . fast falls the night, but not for the* i , .'Twill fade like that of yesterday. When once again along the l«a Tho timorous glints of morning stray, TOoti will mve passed to fields unseen. To jnoadowfl of perennial May, Where never veers the vernal green Nor fleet the vernul flowers aw«j. If e'er i think of thee M gone, If e'er I dream of thee as sped, 'twill only be in winter wan, When leaves lie lorn and flowers have fled But when anew the BVUI has shone Tts welcome to the world of spring Btill by tny side thou'lt Wander on Aa though thou ne'er hadst taken wing. Still beneath day's dilating beams Greet each new flower that May pnfhrls, Still ini* thy murmur with the stream's And blentl thy music with the merle's. Then, na in vespertlnal dreams, The Bun's tired frays receding slant, Seek, as of Id, the wood where teems The nightingale's awaking chant. * * * • * • • Past falls the night. I will not weep. Ah, no I Not tears shall be thy dowar To carry through the folds of sleep Into the clime of leaf and flower I Fast falls the night. More dark, more deep, Each instant grows its eerie sway. Farewell, fp,rowell. I will not weep, But smllo '.heo on thy journey's wnyl -William Toynbeo in Gentleman's Magazine. AMERICANS AS MUSICIANS. TO tf, D, M. READERS BANDY ramo FOB THE FARMER We celebrate the New Year with a trteful Present to Every Subscriber to the 1'nper. DR. L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines. Pull assortment always on hand of drags, mod olnes, and pure liquors for medicinal pin-poses only. Bootes and. Chas. J. Doxsee, , Real Estate, Loan.©, aaad In.s-u.rarx.ee. , Offlee in Geo.C. Call Building. DR. PRESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat City, Io-wa. Operations performed. Diseases treated. Spectacles titled, 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE qu MINIS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS ... COPYRIGHT* &c. Anyone sending a Blceloh and description may .lUiolily ascertain our opinion free whether on Invention Is probably pntentnble. Communications strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free. Olclost agency for securing patents. Patents tukon tfirouKh lluim & Co. receive special notice, without cnareo, In tho Scientific Jttnerican A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any scientific Journal. Terms, 13 a year if our months, »L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co. 36lBro8dwi Branch Offloe, 025 F St., Washington' • A FALSE START. Au Episode of Feminine Fairness It Which tho Kallroaa Won. They were two pretty girls, and thej were evidently in high spirits when they entered an almost empty carette tho other day. They carefully inspected the tubes which carry tho fares along the sides of the vehicle to tho box; then each one opened her purse. "Tell you what," said tho tall one. "Let's race our nickel down, and the one that loses pays for both?" "All right, let's," said the short one. "Got your nickel ready? Got" "Mine's first I" cried tho tall one. "Five cents, please." "Why, look," cried the short one, "wo didn't start fairl Tho box is oil your side!" "Why, so it is," said tho tall one. "Funny we didn't notice that before! Let's try it over, and yon stand that much nearer tho box." Again they each put in a nickel, and they dropped into the box simultane' ously. "Who has won, I'd like to know?" said tho tall girl. By this time tha driver as well as the one other passenger was interested, and she spoke impartially to them all. But tho driver turned suddenly to his horses, and the other passenger looked out of the window, with a queer noise in his throat. "I'm sure I don't know who has won," said tho short girl snappishly, ' 'but one thing I do know—wo have each pnid 10 cents for a ride down town!" And, after the driver had been appealed to and assured them that ho could not return the superfluous coins, they rode on to their destination in si- lenoe.—Chicago Tribune. Mtno. Calve Says They Have the Characteristic* of the Conquering Race. Mmo. Emma Calve contributes a paper on tho "Conquering Race In Music" , to Tho Ladies' Homo Journal, in which she specially addresses students of vooal music. She tells of the training required for the operatic and the concert stage, tho impersonation of character, tho value of suggestions, etc., and payi this tribute to Americans: "The Americans have, it seems to me, in the field of music, and especially in the field oi vocal music, all of the characteristics of the conquering race. They are possessed naturally of the most exquisite voices, which, when properly cultivated and trained, are almost unrivaled. Thej have indomitable energy, perseverance and pluck. They stop at nothing and are deterred by no trouble and prevented by no obstacle. "Poverty, weariness, exertion, hard work—none of these living specters 'which affright and terrify the average art worker has terrors for them. Their physique and their temperament seem made for toil and to surmount discouragement, and the success which they are daily achieving, in the field" of both I operatic and concert singing, is testimony to their natural fitness for accomplishment and to their ability to excel. They seem, in fact, to bo most lavishly fitted by nature for the parts they are assuming. To these gifts of voice, energy, pluck and perseverance they frequently add a beauty of face and grace of form and movement which the public recognizes as most important factors in the success of the singer's career. They have, too, the temperament which makes groat artists and great actresses, the artistic feeling which has for its standard perfection and which is sat isfled with nothing less." THE UPPER DBS MOINBS celebrates the Year, the return of prosperity, and the general good times of the holiday season by making its subscribers, new and old, paid-up nnd in arrears, a valuable present. It is able to do this largely through the business enterprise of its advertising patrons, who, realizing the value and usefulness of the present, like to have their names conspicuously associated with it. This present is a handy account book for the farm. It has pages for each week's transactions, pages for the monthly settling up, and pages for the business of tho year. It is gotten up expressly for farm accounts, on good paper, and is handy to uso and keep. Tho pages are 8x14 inches. Hero are a few other items of value contained in its pages: All tho common rules of law which a man can afford to trust himself to interpret. Short-cut rules in arithmetic, interest %• uring, etc. Rules for measuring barb wire fencing, capacity of cars, drain pipe, building materials, etc. Handy weights and measures, common medical remedies. Interesting scientific facts, law relating to farm boundaries, maiTiago and divorce laws. Measures in foreign countries, harvest times all over tho world, average farm prices. This book is not given out to get our subscribers to pay up—wo expect them to pay because they owe us. It is not given out to get now subscribers—we want everybody who takes tho paper to expect to get his $1.50 out of it. It is given out because it is a good thing, because it is u handy means of advertising for its patrons and for THE Ui'Pisu Diss MOINES, and because, let the truth be confessed, it costs us but little in addition to our work to give it. Every subscriber to THE UPPEB DBS MOINES is entitled to ono of these books. Come in or send in. Wo would mail them but for tho extra postage. Frank Niconlin Land Company, OFFICES AT WHEATON, MINN., ORTONVfLLE, MINN., And ALGONA, IOWA. LAND OF No. i HARD WHEAT. Land that can be bought for speculation and will double in value. Land for a poof ffiah to buy because one crop of flax or one crop of wheat at present prices will pay for the land. Also have some fine farms in Kossuth county for sale—would like to list more. We have hundreds of agents looking up customers for us, and if you want to sell your farm list it with Us. It will be placed in the hands of all these agents for sale, We will will furnish you a half-fare rate to the lands in Minnesota and back, and if you purchase land the fare which you pay will be credited on the purchase price. Buy a farm and be independent. Call at our office and see us at once. We have some rare bargains. Frank Nicoulin Land Company, LEGAL NOTICES. -Vrf«~Srf^-^Srf«w^^^'X»^S-^*.X>-*-^^Sj->_*^vX^-^V TAX SALE NOTICE. To George R. Wells: You are hereby noti- lled that on the 3d day of December, 1894, the following described real estate, situated In the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa: Lots No. Six and Seven, Block No. Nine, Way & Barrett's addition to Wesley, Iowa—was sold by the treasurer of said county to W. C. Danson, who is now the lawful holder of the certificate of purchase thereof. That the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said land be made unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 30th day of December, 1807. 4St3 W. C. DANSON. TAX SALE NOTICE. To George Edgett: You are hereby notified that on the 3d day of December, 1894, the following described real estate, situated in the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa: East one-eighth of north six acres of northeast qr. of southeast qr. of Sec. Seven, Twp. Ninety- five, Range Thirty west of 5th P. M., Iowa, also described as Lot One of auditor's plat of northeast qr. of southeast qr. of Sec. Seven, Twp, Ninety five, Range Thirty west of the 5th P. M., Iowa—was sold by the treasurer of said county to W. C. Danson, who is now the lawful holder of tho certificate of purchase thereof. That the right of redemption v 111 expire and a deed for said land be made unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 30th day of December, 1807. 42t3 W. C. DA.NSON. PROFESSIONAL. **ir~*S~**^>*^V-+^i~*S f +^*^S-V~^f^f~^f~^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, LA W. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Galbraith's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Hoxle-Ferguson bljck. TAX SALE NOTICE. To Emeline T. Jones: You are hereby notified that on 1he 3d day of December, 1804, the following described real estate, situated in the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa: Lot Thirty-four of Duulap's addition to Ledyard Independent District—was sold by the treasurer of said county to W. C. Danson. who is now the lawful holder of the certificate of purchase thereof. That the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said land be made unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 30th day of December, 1897. 42t3 W. C. DANSON. FOB ALL WOMEN of 1 all the pain and sickness from which women suffer Is caused by weakness or derangement In the organs of menstruation, Nearly always when a woman Is not well these organs are affected. But when they are strong and healthy a woman is very seldom sick. The Tumble Weed. Tumble weeds spread themselves iu a Wholesale, fashion. Instead of sending the separate seeds out into the world with wings or hairs to carry them, the whole plant breaks off near the root, when these are ripe, and goes rolling along the ground before the wind. The bare, sun scorched deserts of the great west produce several tumble weeds, and there are some in the prairie region. It is natural that they should bo most abundant where there are no hills nor trees to stop them in their course. But we have one tumble weed in the east— the old witch grass, so called maybe because it rides the wiud like an old beldame. In September this grass spreads its head, or panicle, with hair] ike, purple branches, in every sandy field. When the seeds ore ripe, the plants are blown across the field, often piling up in masses along fences and hedgerows. As might be expected, the hair grass, which has so effective a way of spreading itself, is found throughout the United States from ocean to ocean,—Thomas H. Kearney, Jr., in St. Nicholas. His First Story. A certain author, now well known to fame and fortune, once in tho "battle for bread," wroto a wild Indian story for a northern story paper. That was 12 years ago, and to the story he gave his real name. He received a fat cheek for it, but year after year went by and—the story never appeared. It finally passed from his remembrance, until the other day, when ho received a letter from tha publishers informing him that it would shortly put iu an appearance in serial form. That made the author nervous, and he forthwith sent the following telegram : "Suppress story and return manuscript and will pay three times amount of original check." The publishers replied: "Oan't do it. We know a good thing when we have it. The story is in yout best vein. " Letter after letter, telegram after telegram .passed, but no, he didn't have money' enough to buy that story. So he has written to all his friends and critics and has explained the circumstances and now awaits as cheerfully as possible the weekly slaughter of the red Indians of his youthful brain.—Atlanta Constitution. Is nature's provision for the regulation 9* the menstrual function. It cures al} "female troubles." It Is eqi^ljy effective for the girl |n |»r teen,?, the young wife with dp- rne&lc and maternal cares, and ihe woman approaching the period known as the " Change of Life." A Spell. Florence's father's initials are A. H. S., and, while Florence knows her letters, she is not yet able to spell. The other day she came running to her mother. "Oh, mamma," she exclaimed, "I Ban spell umbrella." ' 'I hardly think so," said her mother. "But I can," she insisted. "Very well. How do you spell it?" "A-h-s," she said promptly"Why, Florence," contended the mother, "that doesn't spell umbrella." "Yes, but jt does," she urged. "I saw it on papa's umbrella, and I'd like to kupw why it would be there if it spelled $onjejhing else. "—tJJetroit Free Police, The Mexican police attend closely to their duties, and are very polite. At mght each pplioejwan carries a lantern, and this lijtitern is set out on the sideT walk opposite, wberever he ipy hej go it ;s possible to Jppjc down a street and see a A Stubborn Genius. Robert Chambers told me he was once talking with a man of real, rugged genius, who came to a sorrowful end. He said to the genius: "The population oi this world is about 1,900,000,000 human beings. Tho little religious body to which you belong contains perhaps 800,000. Of that number not 800 could give an intelligent account of its creed. Yet you think its creed sets out vital matters. Is it consistent with your belief that God Almighty would permit just 800 of his creatures to know those things and keep all the millions ignorant of them?" The genius considered for a minute's space, then replied, "Yes, I think it quite right that God should do that." Whereupon the good Robert Chambers said very resolutely, "Then I'm tremendously sorry for you." And he never spoke to the genius save on transient incidents any more.—Long, man's Magazine. Reproachful. "I haven't anything new to sina to you tonight, George." •• "Well, give me something old then," She broke into a refrain that was "a song of the day" 17 years before. "That's very, very old, Clara," »he remarked at the close. "Yes, George, I sang that to you the night we became engaged. "—Bostow Coal Mine Worked by One Man. The smallest coal mine in the world is in the southern province of New Zealand, where, according to the reports of the inspectors of mines for the colony,the Murray Creek colliery is worked by one man, T. Bolitho, a Chinaman, who owns, manages and works this small but to him valuable coal mine. There is another small colliery in the same province worked by one man with the assistance of a donkey. The next smallest colliery is in England, in the village of Nelson, in Lancashire. It is situated near the Colliers' Arms and affords employment for two miners, father and son, who combine in themselves tha positions of proprietors, managers, miners and haulers of the undertaking. The have the assistance of a donkey, and all the output of the mine is sold to the householders who live in the village or its immediate vicinity.—Exchange. An Unexpected Greeting. The gentle Elsie sat drearily in th gloaming in the front room. She was very miserable, for on th previous night she had had words with her own, and now she fears her haughtj Harold will not call. She hears a step, a ring, a voice sh knows, and some one speaking to th servants in the hall. She will not wait until a light i brought, but gently calls, "Come in." The visitor enters, and, with a sigh of awful volume the fair Elsie oasts her self into his arms and softly murmurs "Oh, my darling, I am so glad you have come. I have so wanted to make it up and settle." And he of the embrace remarked: "Well, miss, it's very nice of you, and I'm very glad, too, that you're going to settle up at last." It was the gas col lector.—Spare Moments. TAX SALE NOTICE. To Flora Snyder: You are hereby notified that on the 3d day of December, 1804, the following described real estate, situated in the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa: Lots Twenty-eight and Twenty-nine in Dunlap's addition to the Independent District of Ledyard —was sold by the treasurer of said county to W. C. Danson. who is now the lawful holder of the certificate of purchase thereof. That the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said tynd be made unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 30th day of December, 1807. 42t3 VV. C. DANSON. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LAW, Algona, Iowa. J. C. HAYMOND. ERNEST O. 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. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. In the fifteenth century the beer gal* Ion measure of England was « fourth larger th.au the wine gallon, to allow for the froth. The present legal yard was instituted jn England in 17C8, The largest egg is that of the ostrich, Jt weighs §. p,9Wds aud is considered jn tuwft to 34 With Ughtnlng Rapidity. "Wonderful eye that boy of mine'i got," said the proud father. ' 'That so?'' mechanically replied the man who was trying to get away. "You never saw such a sense of proportion," cried the proud father. "Pass that boy the cake dish, and he'll spol the biggest piece on it every time "— Bookland (Me.) Tribune, Tbe Good and Beautiful. To see the good and the beautiful and to have no strength to Jive it is only tc be Moses on the mountain of Nebo, with the land at your feet and no powei to enter. It would be better not to see Jt.—Olive Sohreiner. Otte Hundred CIGAR FOR 5 CENTS. SWU & WATERHQUSE, SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a special execution, to me directed by the clerk of the district of Kossuth county, Iowa, against the goods, chattels, lands, tenements, etc., of Henrietta A. Ash and A. 0. Ash, defendants, in favor of Rodney Hill, plaintiff, I will offer at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the door of the court house in the town of Algona county of Kossuth, Iowa, on the 2Sd day of January, 1808, between the hours of 9 a m and 4 p. m., on said day, all of said defendants' right, title, and interest in and to the following described real estate, situated in Kossuth county, to-wit: The north one- half of the west one-half of the east one-half of Lot One, Block Three of Call's addition to Wesley, Iowa, according to the recorded plat thereof. Sale to commence at the hour of 2 o'clock n m., of said day. ' W1 . ss m y hand this 24th day of Decem- O v C - °- SAMSON, Sheriff Kossuth County, Iowa. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. „ M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. H. D. SPENCER, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Sexton. Iowa. SHERIFF'S SALE. p f ,n,., that bv Tirt ue of a special n fa execution, to me directed by the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county ^71' a e. alnst ,"> e eoogs. chattels, lands, tene^ inents, etc., of Sever S. Eriokson, defendant win aV °.F of Chas. P. Jennison,' plaintiff I will offer at public sale to the blithest and best bidder for cash, at the door of the court house in the town of Alcona county of Kossuth, and state of iSwa, on The ^™ a ?o° f , January. 1808, between the hours of 0 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock n m on said day, all of said defendants' right, tit?e and interest in and to the following described real estate, situated in Kossuth county, Iowa Lots One and Two in Block One of iMefres? addition to the town of Hanna, Iowa r ° f 2 °' clook P- DR. MARGARET E. COLES, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence in Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. tuls Decem, NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY SS County 9 Dlstriot Court ii and for Kossuth To whom it may concern: Whereas, on the 7th day of December, 1887, a naner niirnnH- ing to he the last will' and testaffi of^Ab'igali crabb, late of said county, deceased was tiled n my office, and was by me opened I 'and mib ieiyread; and the flrst day of March 1^98 appointed p.nd fixed as the^ime when the same will come before the court, at the Februa?v term thereof then to be held, as the duiv ev/ «ff a last will and testament of the said" IbT all Crabb, deceased, at which time all ™r ons interested may .appear and show O-H the same should W be admitted top E. S. GLASIER, D. D. S., SURGEON DENTIST. Office over the State Bank, Algona, Iowa. DENTIST. A. L. SIST. D. D. 8. Local anaesthetic foi deadening pain In guma when extracting teeth. GET WATER OR NO PAY. The undersigned has a complete Steam Cable Well Drilling Outfit, and solicits the making of deep or shallow wells on the terms above atated. D. R. PKAZEB. Dated this 37th day of December, 1807. *M3 ' SHELLY & PETTI BONE, Head Stones, Monuments, MARBLE • • t^~See us before you contract.

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