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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 13, 1902, Mason City, Iowa                                C PART ONE MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT PAGES I to 8 COttRBCT MAfSKLKXS BY WIBB OFFICIAL PAPER AXJL THE TiCCAI WIKWS VOL COUR CO MASON CITY IOWA THURSD4Y NOVEMBER 13 1902 NO 43 ING The Lightest Docket in Years for November Term The coming term ofcoutt promises show a light docket although one case that of the state against Nelson alleged defaulter at Wheelerwood Tig docket and will probably consume a week of the time There are but 25 new cases seheauled lor so far andtoday is the last day of serviceou the various parties so that the docket will not grow much Deputy Sheriff Clark has been creat ing considerable friction on the pave ment and highways by his quick and persistent movement of his shoe soles in serving the papers and this afternoon took the Great Western airship for Swaledale with a pocket full of capiases and writs and such to read to unfortunate people in that Tmrg There Is but one divorce case Frances Stevens against Stevens for abandonment and other unpretty treatment However the divorce business has been rushing pn the previous terms and the court will foe glad for a rest Judge Clifford P Smith will occupy the wool sack in the hall t of justice this term iollbwing jurors have been empanell ed Trial Jurors C G Cole Mason City F C Haase Clias Seeney H H Perkins Chas Thomas C B Senior M W Kimball Clear Lake J S Ayers Olof Hanson S Olesoii N F Ward Falls Behr Gerieseo 7 Gerhard Block J H Dawson Grant Ole Barsness Geo Wasner Grimes K O Mosher M Lincoln F B Baker Lake C Zook Peterson B T Atkinson Lime Creek J Cheock John Ryan John Hughes Mason Patrick Cahill Owen Herbe Cogswell Pleasant Valley Geo Banker Portland Elmer Cook Union The grand jurors are the same as last term M IS GROWING Fine Report of the Sec retary to the Board Meeting The board of directors of the Mod ern Brotherhood of America held its regular monthly meeting at the gen eral offices here in the court house Wednesday The new board consists of Frank E Keith St Caul Minn H Kinley Kansas Oity T B Hanley supreme president 0 A Fountain Clark S D Frank H Scott Stanton Dr J C Langan Clinton Iowa J Miller 3rand Forks N Dr Edward L Baker Balz supreme secretary The members were all present and were delighted with the report of the secretary en the state of the order and its Since the Sioax Falls meeting there hate been 1100 additions to the order and the winter months will be very productive of further additions There were claims allowed1 amount to about and bills allowed amounting to coming of this institution to Mason City has already shownits effect on the postoffices business and in giving employment to an increased number of clerks Postmaster Farrell has been looking over tje money or ders issued and paid this year and last and two months mafce a good basis for reckoning Last year in October the money Orders issued at the postoffice amounted to and the amount paid was showing a balance of trade against the postoffice in this department The mouthpecediug in last year the amount of money issued in money wders was and the amount paid was fa This year it is The September money order business of this year shows the amount issued to be and the amount paid while the October business issued was and the paid The postmaster says that this increase of money freoeived in the city that is the money piid for oiders receiveed from Out of the city is due to the M B A ana amounts now to or more each month more than is issued The other postal receipts received from this source are also marked in increase The board looked at the new quarters in the Commercial block and congra tulated the officers and the owners of the building on the good prospect of the finest offices in the state MISSISSIPPI IMPEOVEMMT Convention at Qalnoy SOO Men fforn Cities Along the Fatner at Waters Quincy Nov upper Mississippi river improvement conven tion brought 200 men from the cities along the river from St Louis to Min neapolis with the idea of uniting on a general plan for the preservation and improvement of the Mississippi from headwaters to its junction with the Missouri riveiv Nearly all commercial bodies were represented and a definite programme uniting all interests will be provided A temporary organiation was per fected yesterday with M M Walker of Dubuque as chairman and Charles U Hehdersbh of Quincy as secretary A comniittee composed of one member from each of the twentyone cities along the river was appointed This committee discussed the subjectana referred the details to a subcommit tee of five Addresses were made by Lyman H Cooley of ChicagoRepre sentatives Prince of Illinois and Hedge of Iowa Sheriffs Sale By virtue of a special execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Cerro Gordo Coun ty Iowa on a judgment obtainedain court on the 16th day of Octo ber 1902 in favor of W H Colloton as Plaintiff and against John F Teeley administrator of the estate of Ann Feeley as Defendant for the sum of four hundred seventyseven and seventyseven cents and costs taxed at and accruing I have levied upon the follow ing real estate taken as of said defendant to satisfy said ex ecution towit The south half of lots one 1 and two block eight 8 South Mason City Iowa and will offer the same forsale to the highest bidder for cash in hand on the of December A 1902 in front of the Court House door iu Mason City at the hour of two p of said day when and where due attendance will be given by fclie undersigned Dated at sheriffs City Iowa Nov 11 1903 J S CONFER Sheriff of said CHEESEMAN TO CLINTON Creston Iowa Nov to the Oreesenmn of Pauls Episcopal chard has accepted a call to take the pastorate of Episcopal church tit Clinton Iowa Registered Shorthorns at auction at Ricevillo Mitchell county Iowa November 20 20 young bull 30 heifers 20 Oak Park herd B T Sfc John HAYWORTHS POCKETBOOK Mrashalltown Iowa Nov Special to the trampish looking fellow was arretsefi this morning here Among his valu ables was a pocket book marked Will Hayworih and deposit checks in the name of the same person with the First National bank of Mason City He is being held to await instruc tions from the Mqson City officials Will Hayworth is the pharmacy clerk for Al Kilmar He lost his pocket book here some days ago and advertised for it It had the deposit checks and S20 in money at tlie time He thinks he pulled his pocket book but of his pocket when he took out his keys to unlock the store ia the moruiug A tramp followed him into the store and lie thiuks undoubtedly ho picked up tho pocket book at the time and kepi it He has not decirlec to file an iuformatioa as it is not cer tain lie could prove that the man is the same party who followed him into the store and the money is1 prob ably gone any way SYLVIA WHAIsEY At DES MO1NES Webster City Iowa Nov ial to the Whaley S vears of age who disap peared from this city Monday was located by police officials last even ing in Des Moiucs She claims to have benn enticed away from home by a woman It is thought however by officials here that she simply rau away For goods includ ing piano hard ooal heater with coal Must sold afc once J J Hare 603 West street SHAFTESBUSY IS SANGHTINE Seems to Expect That Upton Will lift That Cup the Next Race Sure Belfast JSoV 13 The Earl Shaftesbury lias been elected commo dore of the Iloyal Ulster Yacht club in succession to the late Marquis of Dut In acknowledging his election Lord Shaftesbury declared himself sanguine regarding the outcome of Sir Thomas Liptons challenge for the Americas cup ColonelSherman vicu commodore remarked that the Sham rock III would be a more represen tative and ev ery other He would accompany the challenger to the United States and anticipated that lie vrtrakl be ableto cable to theEoyal Ulster YatIit club the salu for tlie ot Ashore Safely Nov crew of the burned steamer R A Prfcker has reached here Its arrival allayed the fears that it had been lost when the Packer burned on Lake Huron Monday afternoon It abandoned the ship which was afterward picked up and towed here after the flames had been put out Gompeis Arrives at Hew Orleans v New Orleans Nov Gompers of theAmerican Federation of Labor arrived yesterday to make final arrangements for the annual con vention of the organiation which opened today There is no especial question of importance to come be fore the said Gompers No Trace of Egnn Yet BeltoD Mont Nov aid of a number of Flathead Indians and the Indian police from the Flat head reservation the Great Northern has made another search for Superin tendent Bgau One party reached the deserted hut but found that the hut had not been occupied for months Cholera Among Our Soldiers Manila made its appearance Tuesday among the men of a detachment of the Fifth inantry which is stationed here Seven men have already died and a number of others are seriously ill Goes to See tlie Grand Canon Colorado Springs Nov The crown prince of Siam after a two days sojourn in and about Colorado Springs left yesterday for the Grand Canon in Arizona HEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE Fiftyeight employes of the Law rence Furnace company at Ironton struck because four union men luid been notified to vacate coinpan prop erty General Chaffee it is expected will go direct from San Francisco to New York save for a brief stop at Chi cago Germany lias sent a professor from the University of Tubingen to study the volcanoes of Central America Heart broken because her husband refused to return to her Airs Mary Milike a Chicago woman tried to com mit suicide Charles Drake a Lake Shore rail road ciigiiHer of Goshen WHS granted u divorce frcfn his wife Lydia Drnkc on ground that she is a cigarette neiid Use of tlie mails has been denied the Whisky Tablet company of Kansas City The Huchiul Hominy mills at Si Joseph one oC tha largest con cerns of its kind in the country is a wreck by fire Loss Saw a Man liUTll to Ottunuva Nov horrified spXiators saw Thomas ter an aged resident of Chariton cre mated in a iiro which destroyed his residence The body ooukl be seen through tlie windows of the burii irig housp is much mystery sur rounding the case and it is thought he was murdered and the house set on lira to conceal the crime i Fatten Bros The Bell Clothiers We meet all cost sales with cost prices and urt til further notice we will sell all goods at whole sale prices No cloth iers in Mason City can or will sell clothing at a lower price than we do no matter what reason 1 i I ly ins Nov S5 Webster City Iowa Nov ial to the Orlan do G Tremaine one of the most prominent physicians in this section of Iowa died at Wisconsin hospital yesterday to which place he was tak en two weeks ago He was affected with softening of the brain caused by overwork He was one of the faculty at Hahmamann college Chicago for several years He will be buried hereSunday Wm Kooney the Iowa Central brakeman who was injured at Camer on as mentioned in yesterdays issue was somewhat improved this morning although his condition is yet regarded critical His injuries are in the chest and it cannot yet be ascertained how serious they are He aroused from his comatose condition yesterday afternoon and has been semi conscious ever since a favorable symptom Mr Roouey left on No 9 iu charge of Conductor Geshner early Tuesday morning The train which is a stopned to do switching at Cameron Rooney stepped between the cars to reconple the trains After he had made the coupling lie leaned over to connect the air hose and while he was in this position the cars came together caused by the slack between them and the bum pers on each side of the coupling caught him in the region of the breast crush ing his body Trainaieu nicked him up and ho taken to Mason City and the company physi cian called Mr Roouey is a man 35 years of age and for the nast two years has been running out of Marsh alltown He was a single man and is known to have stated some time ago that he had 110 living relatives that he knew of He was quite well j known among Iowa Central employes Dunlop Bros I 116 South Main Street i Saturday Bargains t Gloves 1 The gloves we el have won a worthy reputation for their stylish and mentorJ ious wearing properties The skins are the finest and the fit unexcelled J At Ladies golf glovessomething new 50c Childrens golf gloves fancy colored white Q Ladies kid gloves value i Ladies white kid gloves with bhck edgeing and stitching ail the fy V Black golf glove special values Ladies fleeced lined garments including large sizes at Gentlemens lined garments 320 acres in Pope county 23 miles north of 7 miles east of Angus 11 of Euclid This is a vety choice hulf secion surrounded by Iowa farmers To exchange for Mason City property Prico per acre 0 C Way Mason City Iowa Outing flannel special Braddon Mills L L Bronson Mills L L Sheeting bolt of 52 Special Cotton Visit our linen department Saturday special values T TG   

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