The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1895 · Page 5
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< j e*¥-^~' , j i «• ;',--., .. • >- "V- , ; , .' ' " ' ' •• r ** (-. i, • _, - ' ME WPEK DE8 M01NE8: AtQONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, APSM, IT, 189B. The Tip Top Corn Planter 6 '*'' STEEL FRAME, The Latest Thing out. A Perfect Machine. Get our Prices before you buy. Wilfrid P. Jones. Special Linen Sale This Week There is a Prospect That Matters May Be Adjusted So the Council Can Proceed to Business. AT- Goeders.' In order to move our large stock of Linens will give a discount of Ten per cent. on the entire stock. Special invitation to the ladies. Jno. Goeders. Doxsee & Shaw, Abstracts of Title, Estate, Loans, and. AI-GONA, IOWA. Office over Algona State Bank. Painter and Paper Hanger. Postal card orders promptly attended to. All wort? warranted for five years. Carriage Painting a Specialty, A New Harness Shop, S, P, Has opened a harness shop in the front room of his livery barn, and keeps pa han4 Harness, Blankets, Robes Intbe lin,e oi horse cloth H espfeange b,arn.ess. for fresh cows and those goes t§ fee frejgb, D<?e9 yepairftg of M 01EEY ON SEAL ESTATE. J '. ' > ' BlMMtSlNi?/ : OUR MUNICIPAL MUDDLE. Mayor Haggard Vetoes the Action of the Council by Which the New Committees Were Named. dlately told her mother that death was o'nly ft matter of a lew day a or weeks. Ella has suffered intense agony lot Weeks and even the strongest opiates fail to Pellete her. Hef husband, whd married her to he near her, has been Untiring in his attentions, but nothing Could avail. tiss Abra Robinson Gets First Place and Will Represent Aif dflfc at the State Meeting, BOYS' M6*SE& The West Bead, Wisv, Echo of April 4 contains the following obituary of Mrs. Blnu» mother of & well known family in Kossuth: Mrs. Adam Blau, nee Margat-et Saan, died last Thursday at 10 a. tn., at the age of 75. Deceased was born in Luxemburg in 1820 and emigrated to America with her first husband, Mathew Wittjcel t whom she married in 1839 in Europe. Teii children were borti tb Mr. and Mrs. Winkel, of whotti eight are living, MatheW Winkel died in 1861, and In 1868 Mrs. Wlnkel ttmfrled Mr, Adam Blau, with whom she lived happily up to the time of her death. The funeral took place Saturday forenoon, the Rev. Huber of Newburg officiating. May she rest in peace. CALLED TO WISCONSIN. The Bancroft Register states that Mrs. J. H. Grover of Portland and Mrs. .. E. Davison of Bancroft have gone toLodi, Wis.. called by a telegram announcing the dangerous illness of their father, Samuel Stahl. NOT HELPED IN CHICAGO. Deb. Blanchard, whose wife has been operated on for cancer of the breast and has been at the Mason City infirmary, took her to Rush Medical college in Chicago, recently. He returns with her with no hope of recovery. The physicians say that nothing can be done. They live on a farm south of Burt. Money. I have unlimited money to loan on long or short time. B. W. HAGGARD. WE make a specialty Cloud & Haggard. of collections. A special meeting of the city council was called Friday evening, and Mayor Haggard handed in a veto of the council's action changing his committee appointments. Mr. Joslyn, city attorney, decided that the mayor had no author- ty to veto. The code provides that in cities of the second class having a population of over 8,000 the mayor may veto the action of the council, but whether he has that power in cities of ess population is .not stated. Mayor Haggard's message was as follows: Among the proceedings of your body at ts last meeting was a resolution adopted )y a vote of five to three naming and elect- ng the standing committees of your body for the ensuing year, which resolution comes before me according to law for my approval. And as is required of me in such cases I now return said resolution to the council without my approval within the L4 days required by law and, give the following reasons for my action: 1. That such action of the council is a usurpation of the power of the mayor. 3. That the majority of the city council nave not the power or authority to appoint such committees, 8. That by the custom of the city of Algona and of all cities in the state it is part of the power and duty of the mayor to ap point said committees. 4. I decline to approve said action of the council for the reasons above stated as well as for the additional reason that I do not care to allow the action of said council to stand as a precedent for the guidance of future administrations in this city, I, therefore, as mayor of the city of Algona, hereby veto the said resolution of the said council and order that my veto may be placed among tbe records of tb'e city. D. A. HAGGARD, Mayor of Algona. There is no doubt that Mayor Haggard is right as to the general custom, not only in Algona but also in all like cities. And the more the general public is informed tbe more it will appear that the custom is founded in good judgment, because a mayor can, on the average, arrange men more satisfactorily than they can arrange themselves. This is why a speaker's appointments in the legislature are final, and even in the state senate, where the presiding officer, like the mayor, is not chosen by the body he presides over, his committee appointments are final. It is likely that ah understanding will be reached very soon, and city matters will again go on peaceably, When it is, the council should pass an ordinance fully setting forth the duties and rights of all the city officers. DROPPED DEAD SUNDAY NIGHT, Mrs. A, Wolf Dies SiuWeuly of Heart Disease—No Hope fop Mrs, Bloor's Daughter—Other Mortuary Notes, Coroner Morse was called out Sun* day about midnight to the Wolf hotel at the Northwestern depot to consider what action to take over the sudden death of Mrs, Wolf. Mr. Wolf told him that be bad noticed that she was breathing heavily, as ehe sometimes did wfeen lying on her left side in bed, and that be spoke to her. She did not answer and he got up to get a light, Whea be came ba,ck with it ehe was dead, The coroner decided that JIQ, inquest wag necessary, as she haft probably died of some heart trouble, Mrs. Wolf was about 42 years of age, a large $«d apparently healthy woman. The fweral was held yesterday. The family desire to extend their sinpere thanks to tbe kind friends who have rendered assistance theft bereaY§m.ent, N.QT HpjWip IN OHJOAQO; ' Mjps, Bj,pgr-'s daughter. Site, whQ taken to OhteftW to tbe hope fhat wight get relief Jrero bep eaffep waj brpvf bt borne yesterday to die. ai operated m for t\u»ors sprn weati m #» aWTwai iligbtly teg to y, FINEST evaporated apples, lOo per pound at Walker Bros.' BEAD James Patterson's add this week.-3t2__ MOTH-PROOF "Corrugated CARPET LINING" at Norton's lumber yard.—4t4 WE just want to say a few words to the ladies about corsets. We are now selling the Featherbone corset. Worn and recommended by a million well dressed ladies. Dressmakers claim that these are the best fitting corset on the market. G. L. Galbraith & Co. SEE the new corn planters at The Wig warn. Girls Wanted. Two good girls for general housework. Good wages guaranteed. Lehmann's Restaurant, Blue Earth City, Minn.—4t2 The opera house was comfortably lied Friday evening for the oratorical obtest, and the audience listened to a rogramme of good average excellence, erhaps the best all through of any yet Ivenby the high school. The out' ome like all others was the result of ery mixed markings by the judges, nd nearly every speaker can get con' olation from the rank he won from ne of the four. The judges were Prof. B. Sale of Mason City, Prof. J. Mi )eyoeof Britt, Prof. H, Connor of Jurt, and the referee was Prof. J. B. Byera of Bancroft. Miss Abra Bobtn- on, who represents Algona in the tate contest at Cedar Fulls next week Viday, has an excellent selection, and rith the training she will receive will .rove an active competitor for the medal. Chas. E. Chubb, -who came econd, goes as a delegate, besides winning the $5 prize. Last year he was at the foot of the list and this year s second. Like Miss Robinson he hows the effects of careful study and raining, Miss Nettie Benjamin won be $2 prize and also goes as a delegate. Ihe spoke in a pleasing manner, and it ielng her first appearance, gave n-omise of future success. A number f speakers on the programme have everal years yet in the high school ind their present ability insures some medal winning before they leave. Misses Maud Dixson, May Johnson, and MX Salisbury all possessed marked xcellencies which only need a little development. George St. John also poke well, and Walter Tellier gave a tumorous selection in a natural and utertaining manner. Jennie Patteron and Alice Mlnkler had good points n their delivery.. The programme was almost wholly made up of beginners, and the merit of it is doubly commenda- le when that is considered. A new system of marking had been adopted by the judges. Before if two if the three marked any speaker sec- nd that one won second place, and bird third. But now if the judges mark more than one first then the •eferee's marks decide that one shall >e first and the other second. In this lontest one judge marked Chas. Chubb irst, one marked Abra Robinson first, and one marked Nettie Benjamin first. On the referee's markings the order was fixed, Abra Robinson first, Chas. hubb second, Nettie Benjamin third. The totals of each judge and the referee are as follows: DR. MURPHY of Mason City has been in New York for several weeks takin, a post-graduate course on the eye, an will remain until April 22.—52t4 BE sure and see the new corn ers at The Wigwam. plant- Oil Cake Meal. Wholesale and retail. 50t8 J. J. WILSON. JERSEY cow for sale. Registered stock. Will give buyer chance to test for butter fat. J. B. Winkel.-3t2 A GOOD Beatty organ for sale or to trade for a bicycle. Inquire at this office.—17tf • Low prices on corn planters at The Wig warn. __________ WHEAT HIGHEB-rLOUB OHEAPEE, The Water Mill Wants Wheat at BO to 55 Gents a Bushel. And as long as we can buy wheat under 66 cents we will sell flour at these prices: "SnowQueen" (highestgrade) per sack..00c " Family Favorite" (straight) per sack,.,,80o " Rook Bottom" (bakers' pat.) per sack... ,70e Delivered anywhere in town. It costs 5o a sack to deliver flour. So we wil discount above prices 5c a sack at the mill, or at our store next door south of Republican office, 70o—80c— 90o , delivered 05c—76c—85c you deliver We warrant our flour to be equal to any flour in town. 1 JONES & STACY. GLOVES in white chamois skin anc light-colored kids, for early spring and evening wear. Setohell & Setchell, LADIES' muslin underwear, Setohel & Setohell, THE national flour now is " Cereso ta,"-52 p ____ p FOR SALE—Sow and spring pigs, F M, Stacy, McGregor street, two miles east of Algon»,-3tf Money, Plenty of money now for all appli cants at the JCossuth County State bank, for real estate loans at lowes rates. Money paid &t once on comple tiou of the papers, ROOMS to rent. J. J. Wllson,-43 Highest Honors—World's F«ir f MM P1RFIGT MADB. Rw MDAY SIGH?S CONTEST, has. & Chubb Was Second and Nettie Benjamin f hitd—All thWe fid as DeltgatfcS. Entire Stock to Closed Out The finest assortment of Fancy China in town, to be sold for one-half what it would cost you in any city, The Opportunity to get this class of ware at these prices May Not Occur Again. You should see them and take your choice. The Grange Store. Here is a Partial List —of the goods we shall handle during the season of 1895 : Brown Corn Planters, Brown Corn Plows, Brown Corn Harrows, Owens Fanning Mills, Standard Mowers, Full Steel Frame Disc Harrow, Finest Buggies, Surreys and Phaetons on earth. Bradley & Nicoulin. M. P. HAGGARD. G. F. PEEK J. R. A. R. H. Byers Sale. Conner.Reforee. A. M. Deyoe. Chas. E. Chubb 2 Jennie Patterson...7 Alice Minkler 8 vlaud Dixson. .....5 AbraL. Robinson.. 1 Walter Tellier, 4 •fettle Benjamin.... 6 3eo. St. John 7 tfay Johnson 4 Trix Salisbury 3 The receipts for about $85, nearly enough to pay" all expenses and send the delegates to the state contest. o 8 7 3 5 0 4 3 the evening were Money. I have unlimited money to loan on ,ong or short time. B. W. HAGGARD. WE make a specialty "loud & Haggard. of collections. Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Smith.] Abstracts, Real Estate,-J^H_ Collections, ALGONA, IOWA. Slagle's Harness Shop. Manufacturers and dealers in Harness, Saddles, Whips, LIFE can he just as pleasant as you wish, especially if you huy your supplies of Walker Bros. WANTED — First-class salesmen to represent one of the best moderate- priced tailoring establishments in the world. Our goods sell like hot cakes. Big commission. Good references required. Rush Tailoring Co., Minneapolis, Minn.—8t8 WHEN good times come again everybody will be smiling, but everybody will have to pay more for groceries than Walker Bros, now charge, Do YOU wa.nt a corset or waist that will give you an elegant form with comfort? If BO try the "G. D." Chicago, for sale by Setchell & Setchell. THE union of capital and labor is happily effected by those who invest in such goods as Walker Bros, sell. A. M, & G, M, JOHNSON have just received a fine lot of farmers' carriages and surreys, Can give you a fine bar- gain,-8tf m _^^_____ FINE assortment of garden seeds at James Patterson's,-3t2. I WILT* James Pat .y 9o a dozen rson,-8l2 for eggs, Wanted. Eggs 5,000 dozen in trade, WATER OR NO PAY. SCOTT & DAILEY, Artesian well contractors. We have the only cable steam drilling machine owned in the county; sink wells for water supply for towns, cities, and railroads. Special attention to farm well work. Estimates made. We em- B loy only expert drillers. Address Scott & alley, Algona, Iowa. ICE! ICE! ICE! During the past winter I have enlarged my ice house and now have on hand 400 tons of ice in fine condition. Do not contract foryour summer's supply of Ice without first getting my prices. It will be delivered to all parts of the city every day. Orders may be left with J. A. Hamilton & Co, Ice house and residence near the cemetery, CHARLES MAGNUSSON. DE. L. A. SHEBTZ, Drugs and Medicines. Full assortment always on hand of drugs, med- clnes, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only, Soolca B.aa.A Stw.tloaa.eT37-. and all Harness goods. Also a full line of Trunks, Grips, and Telescopes. Repairing neatly and promptly done. All work first- class. Give us a call and we guarantee satisfaction. SLAGLB & SON.- LEffAL. "^-s-' < V^"«*x>^ ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE of Iowa, lu and for Kossuth County, May Term, 1895. To Sarah Hacar, defendant; • You are hereby notified that there IB now on file the petition of Julius Hagar In tbe office of the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa in and DE. PEESTON, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat First-class accommodations at reasonable rates. Operations for cataract, strabismus, nasal deformities, etc. Catarrh rationally treated and cause removed, Spectacles scientifically fitted ; finest quality lenses ground to order. Office hours, 10 to la, 1 to 5, except Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, Oppo site Park hotel, Mason City. Dr. Preston visits. Algona regularly, At Dr. Stull's office on Tuesday, May 8J.. T Jno, Goeders, wall paper the best In Algona f is the man, Water or No Pay, { have been in the ice business in Algona for 17 years and { am here to stay. J will furnish ipe the coming season as usual. Get my prices before you contract. which will at large appear from an inspection of said petition. Also asking that he be awarded the absolute title to the northwest quarter of Sec. No. 83, Twp. No. 100, north of Range 87, west of the 5th P. M., in Kossuth county, Iowa, as will also appear from an inspection of said petition; and that unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the May term of the said court, which will commence at Algona on the 20th day of May, 1895, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon as provided, bylaw. Dated this Oth day of April, A. D. 1895. GEO. JS. OLOUD, 3t4 Atty, for Plaintiff, ORIGINAL NOTICE, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE STATE of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, May Term, 1895. To Mrs. D. 3. Strong and D. B, Strong, defendants: You are hereby notified that there Is now on file the petition of plaintiff, E. W. , Fuller, in the office of the clerk of the district • court of the state Of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, claimipg of ypu the partition of the following described real estate, situated la KossuthcountyrlQwa, to w}t: i^ot No- I* in, Block Three in Ingham's addition to Algona, Iowa; also asking for attorney's fees and costs, all of which win at large appear'from an Inspection of said petition: ana that unless . you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day Of the next term, being the May term of the said court, which will com,* mence at Algona. on the 30th day of May. 1805, default will be entered against you and judgment and depree rendered thereon as pr»- vldedbylaw. Dated this Oth day of April, A. D. 1895, 3W GEO. R. CLOU MpTllfll ^HP HSfflMPW HWWB HW ^ All diseases of tbe ey? treatefl. Glasses adjusted lor errors 9l re- ana »ccpwa0'J9$QB, N& phayg^ toy Won. For aevwal wastes DrfjSurpby , ja to Nw YorU taktag % noat-gratoate B as, t^e eye, and wiU W»m tbwe ufttil ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OB« Henry Hauserwani deceased. To alj the hejrs or creditors of toe atpYS'- named estates You are bereby iiotlfled {bat on or before tbe loth day of Hay, 1805, said administrator will file with tbe olert; of tie district com-t of Kos&utb county; Jyw», JjJa Opal report, and ask to be discharged; wd you are further notified that all objections thejeto. must be file* with saW ciwk ou pf tiefwe tha first day o{ sata term of said court, wbici will coftveH,ea»dl)ehpWeBfttAlgp»a, tg KPSTOfe* county, on tbe 8fltti to Qf ®fty,l report will be approved and. gftjd tore - ' - — dischar ** * ds, » j»7> , i V\ i ' vTT " i ''c'1 ->^ k^

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