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ESTABLISHED 1865. ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1899. VOL, XXXIV-NCX 1L The Family H For the table need be but a moderate sum if you turn your buying this way "We are satisfied with small margins and we pass to you only such goods as wil bring you back again. Good Qualities are our chief aim as all our patrons will testify. Langdon & Hudson. Linoleums Are just the thing for a dining room or kitchen. We have just received a nice new line of them, which makes our stock complete. Call and see them. : Carpets We have a lot of short lengths from 2 to 15 yds. that we will close out cheap. Geo. L. Galbraith. A Good Piano Is an article to be highly prized in any family. The " good" kind costs no more than some of the so-called good ones. The Kimball stands high among the really good ones. We can prove this claim to anyone. O. L. TflYLOR. A. OILMOUK. President, C. V. HVTOBINS, Vice President, M. SOHENOK, Secretary, J. W. WADSWOJtTS, Treasurer. DIRECTORS: JAS. NOLAN, S. W. DKEYE1C, OH AS. WOOSTEB, H. STEVSSY, J. O. KAIN, J. B. STAOY. The Farmers' Milling Go. i [INOORPOKATED.] ^^ OWNERS AND OPERATORS OF THE ALGONA ROLLER MILLS. Can furnish the trade with choice flour from selected wheat; also bran, shorts, and ground feed in lota to suit purchasers. This is a farmers' company and solicits the fanners' business. "War!!*: a e can and /. S. HOFIUS, General Manager. Highest cash price paid for good wheat. We can and will do as well by you as any mill in Iowa. Give the new company a trial. Papering the Just think what a dim- cult task that would be. Difficult because each person has H different taste. What you and I would think beautiful someone else would declare perfectly ugly. Wo do not pretend to be able to satisfy the fancies of the world, but wo certainly can and have satisfied tho people of Alfrona. We know our goods please — wo liko to show them. R. H. MILLER. W. H. Reed (Successor to John Cronin) handles the best to be had in the way of up- to-date, fine FURNITURE besides everything that can be desired in plain and ornamental Picture Frames, Mouldings and goods that are required for beautifying and ornamenting the home. A specialty made of with prices always at the satisfactory point. W. H. REED. PROFESSIONAL, *-^~ f *~**~^~~^r^^^S~*~J~^i-^if*^r^r^s^^ CLARKE & COHENOUR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ofliuo over First National bank, AJgona, 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 In Hoxle-Ferauson bljck. E. V. SWETTINO, ATTONEY AT LA W, Algona, I.owa. Telephone No. 20. . C. RAYMOND. E. 0. HAYMOND Raymond & Raymond, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Durdall's store, Algona, Iowa. FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. B. F. REED. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: South rooms over Durdall's store, Algona, Iowa. F. L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office In the Boston Block; residence on north Thorington street. H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa. M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence over Taylor's. DR. MARGARET B. COLES, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence In Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. DENTIST. A, L. RI8T, D. D, S, Local anaesthetic toi deadening pain in gums when extracting teem NOTED SHOOTERS IN LINE Animal Meeting of the State Sports men's Association. Ast of the Events and Prizes—New President Is Dr. Klbbey—Mr. Smith's Address. Although Ful ford and Tom Marshal had sent shells to Algona for the state meeting of the Iowa Sportsmen's asso elation, neither of them at the last mo ment was able to come. Kolla Heilces WHS sick. But Grimm, Gilbert, Budd and a lot of noted shots wore present and one of the most successful tourna men Is yet huld by the association is credited to 1809. Among those in at' tendance wore ,T. J. Hullowell of the Union Metallic Cartridge company, J S. Panning of the San Francisco Golr Dust Powder company, Will K. Pnrlc of the Philadelphia Sporting Life, Patterson of the American Field, Pau' Li laky of Forest and Stream, and Crosby, the Baker gun representative who won the diamond medal at Pooriu a week ago. Marshalltown, Dos Molnes, and other cities wore represented. In the first day's shooting there were 41 entries, 38 in the second and 23 in the third. The weather was pleasant during the entire meeting. The crowds in attendance wore sufficient to encourage the shooters, and the ground, which everybody says are the best in the state, never were handsomer. The contests of most interest wore on the third day. They were for the cups and were won as follows: 1. Ifi the L. C. Smith gun cup Fred ilbert of Spirit Lake and A. H. Sheldon of Mason City tied on 10 out of 20 argots. Sheldon being an amateur ;he tie was not shot off and each will :iold the cup six months. 2. AH who had averaged 90 per cent, n the first two days'shooting competed 'or the 90 per cent. cup. Gilbert tied rosby with 47 out of 50 and won the cup. 3. For the 80 per cent, cup there were 14 entries. Guy L. Taylor of Alfona was in the match. Klein of Spirit Ijake and Mortensen of Britt tied with 46 out of 50, Klein winning the shoot- off. 4. The handicap cup was hold last rear by Mrs. Murray, and is called the VIrs. Murray cup. Gilbert shot at 25, Taylor and Kibhey at 28, Park at 30 and Lenander at 31. Lenander made iis 25 straight, but in the final round jilbert won. 5. Nine teams entered for the state irophy, which was once held in Algona jy Smith and Durant. It was won hy rimm and Sheldon by a score of 19 out of 20. Grimm was handicapped ihree feet, but made the only straight icoro. Dinsell and Abbottof Marshall,own won second ($20) with 18, Taylor ind Mortenson third ($10) with 17. tnith and Lenander got 16, Milnerand lershnor of Des Moines 16, Klein and ilbort of Spirit Lake 16, Budd and Harry Moore of Algona 15, Kibbey and ~ ane of Marshalllown 15, while Molzar Haggard and C. C. Samson of Algona brought up with 11. The business mooting of the associa- ion was held at the club rooms Wednesday evening. Marshalltown was seeded as the meeting place for noxt ear, and Dr. Kibbey of that place was looted president, Abbott secretary and Densell treasurer. Fred Gilbert of pirit Lake was chosen vice president. Resolutions were adopted along the ine of the address of the president, ivhich pretty fully sets forth what the tate sportsmen are asking for, and ivhich was cordially received by the ssociation. JOHN G. SMITH'S ADDRESS. Gentlemen of the State Association: At the twenty-second annual meeting f the state association, now being held t Algona, in behalf of our citizens I extend to you a hearty welcome, and am glad to know that so much interest s taken in our work. In my remarks o the association last October at our meeting in the city of Des Moines I :alled up the matter of the dam in the •iver at Bonaparte, Iowa, and I hope he association at the present meeting ill take some steps to present the matter of the removal of the dam to he next general assembly. Every lov- ir of fish and game in the state knows hat that obstruction should be removed from the river, so that the fish ,ould pass up and supply the streams of he Des Moines valley with all the fish needed. I hope every lover of fish and fame will take pains to go to the polls t November and vote for men that will do justice to the people of the Des oines valley. We have the power fentlemeu, let us use it. Ten to twenty housand votes will count, and many a man will be left at home who is not willing to attend to the wants of the teople of the state. Good men can bo ound in every legislative district. Make it your business to see that they ire elected. See that those one-horse tatesmen who think there is nothing o do in the next general assembly but o vote for a U. S. senator are left at home. We want business men in our egislature, men who will look after the nterests of our state. Our fish commission should be placed n an equal footing with the fish commissions of other states. As it is at the present time it practically amounts to lothing. Our lakes and streams are iot stocked with fish, and the Iowa tate fish hatchery is a disgrace to the tate, The fish hatchery should be lo- :ated in some place where the ponds ,an be kept open in the winter season, ome place where there is some shelter rom the cold north winds and where jlenty of running water can be had at ill times. A state fish hatchery should not be a plaything to look at; it should ie. a place to breed fish to stock the akes and streams of the state. Iowa should have fifty times as many fish as she has at the present time. A law should be passed in the stale to protect the Chinese, the Mongolian and the English pheasants for the next five years. There is no reason why our state should not be well stocked with floe game. Other states have met with good success in this work and there is no reason why Iowa should be behind in the work. The last national house of representatives passed Mr. Lacey's bill in regard to stocking the states with the different kinds of game birds, but selfishness in the senate killed the bill and one of the best bills was lost that WHS ever presented to congress. Selfishness did the work. Many members of the U. S. senate could be well spared and it would be a great benefit to the nation if they were left tit home. They seem l.o think that the U. S. senate was created for them. They forget that they are servants of tho people. Our game and fish laws are good and fairly well enforced, and I think there is a gonernl disposition in tho state to comply with the laws. It is our duty to future generations to see that the fish and game are protected. Thirty years ago Iowa was well stocked with fish and game. Let it not be said that one generation destroyed it all. Many of our sister states have passed laws to impose a "license tax" upon citizens of other states who shoot and fish within their borders. I hope the state of Iowa will never have any such law in her code. I believe that kind of a law would bo unconstitutional, as the constitution of the United States guarantees equal rights to all the people of of tho United States. Such laws breed up a olnss of " pot hunters," and are disgusting to sportsmen who enjoy being out with tho rod and gun. When it comes to tho point that my brother sportsman who lives just across an imaginary line cannot shoot a day with me without paying $25, I want to quit shooting in tho state. More attention is being paid to the taking care of our forests than over be- 'ore. The people of the United States jogin to realize that their timber will not last forever. Minnesota has taken steps to have some 2500 square miles set apart for a sort of a national park. Plie laud they prouose to sot apart is one of the grandest game countries in the world. There are a large number of splendid lakes full of fine fish, and )no of the greatest breeding grounds 'or water fowl in the United States. Let us hope that congress will not bo jackward in doing their part of the work. If we want to make a barren, desolate country of our fair land we cannot do so any faster than to destroy ill our timber and kill all our game ind fish. The state of New York is dive to the fact that something must je done to preserve her timber, If ,hey do not do something many of their arm lands will soon be of no value. Too much timber cannot bo planted, and it is a duty we owe to future generations to increase rather than decrease our forests. I hope the people of Iowa will soon 30 alive to the fact that bur small birds ire fast being destroyed, and work together to protect our song and plume )irds. Thousands of them are 1 destroyed every year, and unless some- ,hing be done the song and plumed airds will be a thingof tho past. Many of our best men and women will allow Lheir boys to go into the woods and kill ihe beautiful song birds just for the lake of killing something. The poor, nnocent birds are left on the ground, naimed and wounded, to suffer and die. ["ho rod birds of the south will soon be leard no more. Tho wings of thebeau- iful herron and the silver wing gull tvill only be found on ladies' hats or in ome millinery store. There has been great awakening in the matter in many of our eastern states. Ladies can ilways find fine flowers to adorn their mts and thus save our song and plumed birds. We have good laws for he protection of our birds and I hope every member of our association will do hie part toward enforcing- them. ANOTHER SWAMP LAW SUIT. DEATH OF G, M. JOHNSON, Result of a Runaway Last Satni'day, South of Britt. Geo. E. Clurlce Takes Sllll Further Slepti to Protect tho Iloldorw of Swiimp Titles. Geo. E. Clarke has secured a tempo- •ary injunction restraining Geo. D, Waterman from again issuing deeds to any of the Callanan lands in Kossuth, and also restraining the county recorder rom putting such deeds on record if any should be issued. This is for the n-otection of those who got sheriff's certificates to the Waterman clouds as a result of his suit|begun two years ago. All the Callanan or Waterman clouds mve been sold, but there is nothing to >revent them from again issuing quit ,laims and thereby muddling up the Itles again, and this injunction is to prevent a repetition of this form of mulct. He will ask the court at the Doming term to make the injunction permanent. This suit is without ex- >ense to any of the land owners. WE will make special prices on all of iur capes to close. GEO. L. GALBRAITH. Sliver Cream. Best silver polish on earth. Call for ample bottle.—DINGLEY &P0GH, Sole Ageijts. MONEY to loan at 5 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. THE rarest combination of good hings ever put together is Rooky fountain Tea. It cures pimples, indigestion, constipation, rheumatism, iok headache. Ask your druggist. LOANS on town property and farms ,t low rates. THOS. P. COOKE. MONEY to loan at 6 per cent. A. D. CLARKE & Co. MONEY to loan at § pr cent, interest, Han Over by Two Wheels of a tioad- ed Wagon—Was On Mis Way to Katmwha, G. M. Johnson, the Algona inaple- 'ment man, was run over by a heavy load of machinery south of Britt Saturday morning. He has been opening 1 a warehouse at the new town of Kanawha and was hauling his second car load of machinery from Britt. He was driving a team that starts suddenly and on the jump, and had stopped to water them. How he tried to get back on the load is not exactly known, probably from the tongue. The team jumped .and he was thrown. The front and back wheel both passed over his chest, breaking three ribs and causing dangerous internal hemorrhage. He was taken to a farm house near by and Dr. Cole of Britt summoned at once. Mrs. Johnson was at Kanawha, having gone Thursday. It was their intention to make their home in the new town temporarily, leaving their son in charge of tho Algona business. She was also summoned. Monday A. M. Johnson went over, and Monday night the daughters were summoned by a telegram announcing that their father was at death's door. Last night at 6 o'clock a telegram announced that Mr. Johnson was no bettor and A, M. Johnson went east at once. It is not thought that Mr. Johnson can live. This morning a telephone message announced his death last night. The remains will be in Algona on the morning freight. The sympathy of the community goes out to the stricken family. THE PLANT NOT YET ACCEPTED. Tho City Council Appoints a Com- inlttoo to Investigate and Report. The city council held its regular meeting Monday evening 1 . Attorney Curtlss appeared before it prepared to turn over the electric light plant and make final settlement in behalf of the Blgelow estate. The council appointed a committee consisting of Messrs. Bonar, Poster, McMahon, Chapin, Paine and Warren to investigate and report. A claim is made for .$800 for extras. THE ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS. ALGONA, May 28.—City council met in regular session at the city hall, Mayor Sayers in the chair. Members present, Warren, Paine, Chapin and Samson; absent, Vesper, McMahon, Morse and Stebbins. There being no quorum the council adjourned to May 29, 1899. J. L. DONAHOO, City Clerk. ALGONA, May 29.—City council met at the city hall pursuant to adjournment. Mayor Sayers in the chair. Members present, Warren, Vesper, Morse, McMahon, Paine, Stebbins, Chapin and Samson. Minutes of the previous meeting read and approved. Moved and seconded that the rule requiring ordinances to be read on three different days be dispensed with and Appropriating Ordinance No. 2 be placed on its final passage. Ayes, Warren, Vesper, Morse, McMuhon, Paine, Stebbins, Chapin and Samson; noes, none. Carried. Moved and seconded that Appropriating Ordinance No. 2 be adopted. Ayes. Warren, Vesper, Morse, McMahon, Paine, Stebbins, Chapin and Samson; noes, none. Carried. Moved and seconded that the Superintendent of Public Works, the City Solicitor and the Electric Committee act as a committee' to check up with the Biglow Electric Supply Co. and report at the next meeting. Carried. Moved and seconded that the bill of the Gross Construction Co. be referred to the Water Works committee. Carried. Moved and seconded to adjourn to Monday, June 6, 1899. J. L. DONAHOO, City Clerk. SHE WINS HER INBUBANOE. Mrs. Stopheiieou Gets $9,000—Suicide of Her Husband Not Proved. The supreme court last week affirmed the Stephenson case, and Mrs. Stephenson gets $2,000 from the Bankers' Life of Des Moines. This is the case, that arose out of the death of Algona's former hardware man, who was found, dead in the Dr. Read barn, the morning he got borne from the asylum. He hiul a revolver by his side that he had taUi-ii at Jus. Stacey's, and no one doubis that he shot himself. Still the insurance company could not prove that be, did to the jury, and on that the insurance money hangs. The policy provides that in case of suicide within two years all claim to insurance is forfeited. The Iowa courts hold this provision valid. Stephenson died within tho two year limit. Judge Thomas submitted the question to the jury flatly whether the company had proved suicide and it returned a verdict in the negative. The supreme court upholds this verdict. E. V. Swotting was Mrs. Stephenson's attorney. ICxourslQU Tickets to I, O, O. F., At Algona, Iowa, via the Northwestern line, will be sold at reduced rates from stations in Iowa within 150 miles, June 7 and 8, limited. to June 9, inclusive. Apply io ftg.fjjte Obtcngo & Northwestern **ttiaki«Ji ,

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