The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1897 · Page 1
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p fi ,f?^fpWfH^ 1865, ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 189?, XDon THIS WEEK IS TO MB IT, LAW MAEt&S TO ADJOtJEff SOON, .Longest Session of the loWrt laturo fiver tteid-UhaiJeee itt the Statute Ard While others are talking of special bargains we also have some to offer, Call and get our prices on Bottle Goods and Crockery. M. Z. Grove & Son. DBS MOINES, May 4—The extra see* sion is fast drawing to a close and this week ought to end it. If it adjourns ott Saturday it will have heen in session llOdays, more than 20 days longer than any other Iowa session of the legislature. It has made more than twice as many changes in the law as any previous session and the changes have heen very important, nearly all along the lines of economy and more businesslike conduct of public affairs, as well as many other improvements. 102 E. State St. TBI/BFHOKB 19. Ribb May 7 and 8, we will place on sale a choice selection of wide, all-silk Ribbons The past week has been a rather quiet one, though some important actions have been taken. The houses are waiting for conference committees to report upon the points the two houses disagree on and these are usually adopted. Then the enrolling takes a great deal of time; important/amendments are usually printed in the journal and go over till the following day for consideration. The work at the last cannot be hurried. The printing and binding investigation is at an end. The house committee decided Saturday to stop the sensational evidence, stop the game of politics in the committee and prepare a bill at once to be introduced not later than Tuesday morning. The evidence taken by the committee has shown that the prices in the senate bill are fair— some witnesses say they are too low. Before this reaches your readers the house will probably haye passed the senate bill with slight modifications. Those who favor the contract system have no hopes of carrying their point. It has been finally decided that the state will publish and annotate its own code. The cost of annotation will be imited to $7,500 and will include federal annotations. The editor is to be elected tonight by the legislature. The code must be finished by Oct. ], 1897. -r- -J- •+• The fate of the Sunday baseball bill is still uncertain. The senate voted in favor of prohibiting it altogether, after voting down the committee recommendation allowing such games when they did not disturb any worshipping assemblage or private family. The house Friday spent the entire morning considering the subject. It adopted an amendment providing that the law should not apply to persons who observe some other day in the week than Sunday. An amendment by Judge will locate there or in Duluth. mother will come back to Algona month. Mrs. S D. Drake and Mrs. J. W. Hay were appointed delegates to the annual meeting of the women's clubs, which convened at Dubuque yesterday. David Miller, who has been studying pharmacy in Des Moines, came home Friday. He has passed the examination of the state board and will now look up a location. Rev. Landis goes to Des Moines Friday for the Baptist young people's meeting. He delivers an address in the afternoon on co-operation. This is the state meeting. Miss Maime Spencer, Col. Spencer's niece, closed her classes in china painting, and Monday returned to her home in Madison, Wis. She has made many friends in Algona. C. B. Matson came up from Rolla, Mo., last week. He refuses to confirm the rumors about his intentions on the Algona Matrimonial club, but the boys here fear the worst. First the other papers had S. S. Sessions going east, and now have Mrs. Sessions in Now York. Mrs. Sessions Is'nt her old home in Sioux City and will return in a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Galbraith have gone to Penver to visit their son and for Mr. Galbraith's health. He has been under the weather all winter, and may not return to Algona before fall. Last week we left a note of E. B, Butler's return from California sticking on the editorial hook. He spent 10 days at San Diego, visited at Los Angeles, Passadena, etc., and went north to San Francisco. He saw the various Algonians. Jas. McLaren, he says, is in very poor health and will spend the summer in the mountains. Mr. Butler enjoyed his trip. J. J, Ryan went to Waterloo Monday Sugar From Chautauqua County, New York, TRY IT, Absolutely Pure. Langdon & Hudson. TBLBPHONB NO. IS. with him. Mr. Ryan will be on also the Fort Dodge insurance company, also the stucco works, also the Lort Dodge Post, also the free silver democracy, also J. J. Ryan. We are sorry he leaves Algona and shall always be glad to see him back. Now is the Time to Got a Homo. The Chicago & North western rail way $3.1 PER ACRE And Ten Years' time in which to pay for it. Of course you can't buy improved farms for that, but the Northern Pacific Railway Company has hundreds of thousands of acres of at 25 cents a yard. These are all new designs and worth from 35 to 50c a yard. Remember this sale lasts only two days, so come "early. G. L. Galbraith & Co. IF YOU NEED Pump, Barb Wire, anything in the Hardware line, or In the • way of Coal, come and see me. W. H. JONES, HOBART, IOWA. that we always have on hand all kinds of grain and ground feed, bran, shorts, and oil meal at reasonable prices; also Trotting Stallions COM of all kinds and grades. Goods delivered to any part of the city, Sired by Axtell, 5183, record 3:18, and PflALLO, 20150, Sired by Phallas, 1440, record 8:13H, will serve a limited number oi approved mares whileTn training at the fair grounds, Algona, Iowa, after July 1,1807. For particulars address J, P, KENEFICK, BBLMONP, IOWA. U, L, C, & N. W, Elevator. L, A, SHETO, Drugs and Medicines, Full assortment alv , p. HAGGARD. G, F. PBBK Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Smith.] Abstracts, Real |^IULJU.l*iy • I.*..* M.-—• u t — Hayes striking -'observe" and inserting "believe in" so that one could play ball on Sunday If he believed in observing some other day, was defeated. The house at last refused to concur in the senate amendment prohibiting such games, so the matter will probably be compromised in conference. The Cheshire amendment was again defeated in the senate Wednesday. It received but fourteen votes, three less than when it was first proposed. It _is probable that nothing will be done in that line until next winter. H- -i- -T- The conference committee on the Temple amendment reported it was unable to agree and asked to be discharged. Another conference committee has been appointed, those from the senate being firmly opposed to the amendment and the house members being opposed to the senate substitute but willing to leave the law as It is, so that is likely to be the result. As a result of the Funk investigation the joint committee has proposed some radical changes in the manner of conducting the state's business. A new and complete system of bookkeeping and accounting, which has been so long needed, is recommended. The powers of the executive council are greatly_ reduced, and the custodian is required to give an accurate accounting of all supplies, etc.,'handled in his department. A legislative committee is created consisting of the chairman of the ways and means, judiciary and appropriations committees of the two houses, which is to report a joint resolution to each legislature, stating the number and salary of clerks and janitors needed in each of the state offices. The state institutions are also to be examined at least once a year by an expert accountant appointed by the executive council. , L- YOUNG. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Miss Alice Wadsworth came home from Minneapolis Friday. w J. Studley goes to Keokuk Monday for the state A. O, U, W, meeting. Miss Hortense Smith goes to Minne- apolls to visit her sisters and to hear Calve, Mrs, Pr. Boody has heen over from West Bend for a week at the Richardson home. Howard Wallace Is reported as, improving at Penver, He will probably remain there. Mrs. B. W. Haggard and Miss Jjaura Tennant went to Minneapolis Monday for a week's visit, Mrs. S. B. Baker and two children will come from Tacoipa for a. few weeks i at the Lewis H, Smith home this. 8UR> mer. fe Mil? Anna Bre#»ri*» pi p/oorah ing facts about the great state of boutn Pakota and the advantages it possesses for the pursuit of agriculture, dairying and cattle raising. Lands can be hac at present upon most favorable terms, and there is every indication of a large Immigration into the state this season. Correspondence Is solicited from intending settlers, and a copy of the pa- pe-r will be mailed free upon application to W. B. Kniskern,.22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111.—7t4 Excursion Katos to DOB Moines. On account of the mid-year meeting of the Iowa B. Y. P. U., to be held at Pes Moines, May 6 and 7, the Northwestern line will sell excursion tickets at reduced rates from points in Iowa. For dates of sale, tickets, and Information apply to agents Chicago & Northwestern railway.—It LEGAL NOTICES. in Central Minnesota, which it is selling to actual settlers at from $2.50 to $3.00 per acre, on TEN YEARS' TIME. The prices are Cheap, but The Lands are Good. Fine soil, splendid water, best of markets and near churches, schools and railroad stations. The famous Red River Valley lands at $4-OO to $8.00 per acre. Stop IF'SbsrlrLg' .Kezxtl Be Iin.cLeperLd.erLt! For maps, prices, and terms of sale, call upon DINGLEY, COOK & CO., Local Sales Solicitors, Algona; Iowa, or write to ORDINANCE NO. 16. AN ORDINANCE regulating the riding of w- Be C it ordained,by the city council of the city ° sffi? iSt it shall be unlawful for any person to ride a bicycle upon the streets of Al- Kona, Iowa, during the hours between sunset and sunrise without having a lighted bicycle lamp attached to the front part of the frame of hl I e °^on2. l< 5Ctitshallbe unlawful for any person riding a bicycle upon the streets of Al- Kona, Iowa, to approach or pass within forty feet of a moving' team without ringing a bicycle bell. The person riding the bicycle shall commence the ringing of the bell at a distance of at least forty feet from said team. Sections. Any person guilty of a violation of any of the provisions of Sections 1 or 3 ol this ordinance shall pay a fine of not less than one dollar and not more than twenty dollars WM. H. PHIPPS, Land Commissioner, Northern Pacific Ry. Co. Eastern Land Agent, N.P. Ry>, . ST. PAUL, MINN. > ^ s ^^ i ^^ XN ^^^ x- ^ rf ^ 1 ^ il ^ x ^^ - ^ - -» - ^^~^ ----- - — Kossuth County State Bank, deemed of immediate importance shall go into effect immediately after its P»™°* ru °gH BISOHIIjLE s, Mayor. 3, L. DONAHOO, Oity Olerlr, $50,000. rM™, Y* F****, u™ H . m*, *u» Directors-Win. H. Ingham, John G. Smith, J. B, Jones, T. OhrischlUes, Lewis H. Smith, J. W. Wadsworth, BarnetTJevine, _ _ ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has heen appointed and has qualifled as administrator of the estate ol J. H. McNall, late First National Bank of Algona. CAPITAL .............................. 960,000 W1I. K. FERGUSON ............... .'..Oasnlei' SMITH ..................... A»t, of Kossuth county, —••-, „--—-sons in any manner indebted to said will make immediate payment to the signed, and those having claims agai *"& * wv *'. ". "Til ni_ J-l. „•» ..»44-Vi 4-Vi»i niavll .^_ under- against the cleric of the A fiAi,i, DH HUTOIUNS . Directors-D. H. Hutchins, S. A. Ferguson, H Snencer Wm K Ferguson. Philip Dorweller, F. H, Vesper, Ambrose A, C £ted this 18th day ^g^D. 1MT, Bt3 Administrator. ORIGINAL NOTICE. \ IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE STATE of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, May Termi lV7.-Abbie Applegarth, plaintiff, vs. Prank H. Applegarth, defendant. To said defendant: You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff in the above- entitled cause Is now filed in the office of the rierk of the district court of the state of Iowa, in rod for Kossuth county, claiming of you a divorce for cruel and inhuman treatment; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noonofthe second day of the next term of saidi court.which will commence at Algona on the 8«h day of May, 1807, default .will be entered a— rendered nail R H Snencer ^vm *»• *ergupou. Money always on hand to loan at reasonable rates to parties furnishing first-class security. Special attention given to collections, -in'i-i— Algona State Bank, CASH CAPITAL, »50,OQO. General Banking, ' PRI7A.TE SAFETY DEP<WT on time deposits,' cers — A. D, Clarke, President, 0. 0. Chubb, Vice Prest., Thos. H. Lantry, Cashier, Qeo. L. Galbraith, Fred, M. Miller. Myron SohencKi Thos. F. Oooke. GKSO. Q Six per cent Interest on for money left three months or more ;-,*,•* '<' < J ,y , 'VS -.' Money always on hand to loan on first mortgages, second ** ^mortgages, and good collaterals. Notealiought. AJ-QQN4, JQWA. Mi The Algona peposit S Loan As.sn. win Offices, over Algona State Bft»^M "^ PER GENT. Call at offices for pftrtioulaw t of Kos.sutft MWitjr, lows, otoatm lanOs, tenements} Collections, ALGQNA, IOWA. GET WATgB QA NO PAY,

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