Tuesday, May 5, 1914

Mason City Globe Gazette

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 5, 1914, Mason City, Iowa v ft it if r1 k 4 I i C JSSlSSiy fe J Clear GlobeGazette SATURDAY MAY 2 IS City People ore Repairing the Dwellings Bopt Plends Pill Up With Gasoline Numbers of Mason 3ity people ara mating dally pilgrimages to Cleai Lake armed with the hammer and the saw the nail box and the paint can to prepare their lakeside dwel lings for the invasion that is sure to follow the first prolongedvisit of warm weather Clear Lakeis taking on a distinct air of life everybody Is preparing irdi what is predicted to the banner seasoriof many that itbasseen The business man is seen daily sneaking out of the back door of his office with a gasoline can in one hand and a wrench in the The se quel to these intrigues may be seen a few on the smooth surface of the lake accompanied by the chugchugchug and the rspitspit of motor boats of every variety Boats to the number of a hundred or more have been launched and are daily doing service with thehouse menders inside them A walk round the outskirts and theinskirts for that matter will disclose a View of sedate citizens leaning against the side of and overturned boat with a putty knife In full operation Sorrow reigns these warm days with the small boy and his older brother those with the angling ten dencies for the reason that the lid will be on f OP their sport for thenext fifteen Then look out they say No reports have been made of the usual disobediences of the fishing law regarding the lone angler with the long pole and line niegol Seining It hasbeen rumored about Clear Lake thatdurlngthe first part of the week that of men seined a portion of the lake during the night ice report Js thought to have origin ated some of the boat men near toe center of town The rumor says that a quantity of were found scattered along Portions of the shore and that dis tinct marks where a seine had been drawn over the were visible Clear Lake sportsmen have noti fied the authorities and State Game Warden tho no answer has received as yet It is thought that stepswill be taken to locate the guilty parties and in the event that they are caught the state will deal harshly with them Corp The three gangs of men which have been on the lake during Ihe past month seining the waters for Carp and buffalo are still obtaining fish at the rate of about five hun dred pounds each day The buffalo that are beingtaken weigh In some Instances as much as twelve pounds and n some cases The carp run about four and a half pounds The method that the workmen are using Jn the work of seining Is a uni que one For the space of a quarter of a mila or more a straight drop Betting is thrown out In a V shape At the apex of this there hoop net The fish are driven In the v and are forced to seek refuge in the hoop They are then taken out easily The seiners are In the hopes of taking a Jarge majority of tie out ofthelalte this year Clear jjoke Salmon Citizens of Clear Lake well versed in the canningindustry in ttie east ern states Jhave sprung a new ona Clear Lake Never heard of any Samlon la Clear Lake say old fishermen withsober faces And then comes the canneries expert with Information that the buffalo and carp of Clear Lake are shipped to the east where they are converted into the fifteen cents a can caught in the Columbia River variety All fish of the rough kind that are be ingtaken put of the lake are being shipped east TTankee a Owner The Yankee the fastest sail boat thaj ever felt the warm water of Clear Lake against her sides Is being launched and will be converted into a passenger boat for the purpose of making the different points about the The Tfankee is a boat 35 by 9 feet and carrying a single silk sail She is built along the best lines and is a safe boat NEW BANK fO OfjESH ITS DOORS TOMORROW The State Bank of Clear Lake opened its doors to the public this morning although the institu tion has been doing business for the past several datef for the formal opening was set for today The the bank is one of the mosthanxjsoiiie Qf the smaller banks ofrthe i The v directorsV estended coUrte sies toy the institution today in the form of for the ladies and cjgars for the gentlemen and jntti for Agricultural m a total of A significant thing to the people of Oerro Gordo county JB thehalt levy for state inBtituUona Which include the epileptic colony farm which the Governorsbqard of con trol with the exception of the Demo cratic member voted to locals in th6 Governor s home county on a site that Jn any other stateMn the Union would not considered at all because of lacj of railroad and other vital facilities which was ack less desirousi than a doz en which will cost thejjstate cpst of land building sewerage disposal plant and In building material at least a quarter of a million dollars more than Sfthe board had hon est business principles and placed it For What MoinesBrethren this ot tneyiwlll find it and if stilly gull the publlcan ticket fnrough they better switch to national is sues with celerity But this is diverting from the pur pose of this article which Is to give just a simple of taxes ia Cerro It Is likely that mote moneywill be raised in some of tho county funds than will be needed arid the counly tax will be reduced next year buV with the EBB Moines J contingent faithful be rid reduction of the atate Dos Mbines haSacy place it1 can be spent For purposes ot references and comparisonthefolr lowing abstract ofthe levies and total tax for state and county pur poses for 1912 and 1813 or taxes paid ill11913 and State State University 2 State Agricultural a State Teachers 1 Capitol Extension Slate Institutions Agricultural Extension Rate in Mills 1912 1913 CERRQ GORDO STARTS TO SVtUD ADDITION The Cerro Gordo State Bank at Clear Lake started excavating early this week for the addition to their present structure When com pleted the building will be 122 by 134 The present location of the bankwhich is in the Masonic building on the tirst floor will be remodeled Wprkof rebuilding the vaults of the institution was commen ced yesterday The interior of the new home will be finished in mar bis and mahogany For What T School Insane Road Building Soldiers County 5 County Farm Bonds Insane State Asylum 2 2 1 5 6 5 Rate in Mills 1913 i 5 i 2 i 5 5 1 1912 Total Tax 1913 1912 Total Tax 1913 91 FIRST BAUD GAME The first ball game season in Clear Lake was staged yesterday afternoon between the Clear Lake high school and the team from the University of Commerce at Mason City Total In addition to this all the Townships this year have a direct tax for road improvements except Portland Lincoln and Lime Creek of from 2 mills amounting to DAUGHTER DIES The twoyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Chet C Dawson residents of the Clear Lake road residinga boiit two miles east of Clear Lake died at her home last night Death came from a siege of pneumonia The funeral services will be held to morrow afternoon at 2 oclock IOWA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH CLEAN DP ftWD PAINT UP WEEK HOBOES ROUTED That the county seat of Cerro Gprdo county is not the only point was demonstrated Thursday morn Ing when Marshal forced to eject a dozen or so tramps from the premelsis of the Milwaukee sta tion at Clear Lake E H Rich was able to return to his dffice yesterday after a siege of three days during which he was confined to his home with tonslli tis SUNDAY SCHOOL GIVE BANQUET TO WINNERS The second contest between the Knights of Wesley of the Methodist Sunday School taught by Mrs J C Davenport and the Gleaners taught by E H Rich was finished a week ago The Gleaners wero called on for a banquet which was held at the church Tuesday night The following program was ren dered during the evening Program Faith Culver Toastmaster Orchestra Reply Tice MusicThe Orchestra Marguerite Freeman Class and Lenora Collier We Conu tinue the Interest in Our Classes Without the Leader Miss Davenport Music Knights of Wesley Quarteetta The Strife la Oer Gretchen Etzel Address to the Young Folks H Wood Music Orchestra A Closing WordF B Stafford IJttle beds of flowers Little cans of paint Make homes attractive Out of them that Tflie Iowa State Board of Healt h designates that beginning witli Monday May 4 1914 every city town and hamlet in the state begin to clean up the alleys back yards a nd front yards to make sanitary and atractlve the store fronts and resid ence fronts with a fresh coat of paint to start sodding and planting and parking and to make a gen eral cleaning in order to prevent d Lseaaes We know and believe that the people of Iowa wll joinus an d this can be made an antual event of immense value in arousing civic consciciuBnesB in practical Uon and in actual business activity in the com mualtyin labor and and sales incident to focusing tlie public interest on these Important ana seasonable matters Many people spend hundreds of dollars on the furnhhinrcs of their homes and only an ocaslonaiv caller admire their A much smalleramount epent ii ag ood coat of fresh1 terior a general cleaning up of th e premises and a few flower would give pleasureto thousands of pas38rsby and their friends as uMlj Will your paper assist us in this campaign by helping1 pub licity and in urging your advertisers to feature the idea and the to it Every school boy and girl shoul d come to the aid of their parents in cleaning out the back yard and the alley that they may beau tiful clean and sanitary as well a s the front yard and the stijft It is earnestly hoped that this proclamation will be heeded aad that a general cleaning up and painting up will follow THE IOWA STATE BOAKD OF Guilfor H Sumner Ml T SecretaryExecutive Officer trains f way ijlijBon lals gf the Milwaukee here this morn ing jsaid that little information rq farding the trouble had reached report of the accidentwas sent them Tract Badly Torn About threeiquarters of a mile of track was torn up by the accident which followed a derailment two and a half miles north of Conover botweea there andGirard according to reports received here The train M No 61 The steam der rick was sent from here to help clean wreck Automobiles owned by H B Fran cisco and Charles Brady f urniahed exr cftement for loungers and passers by at State and Main streets shortly be fore 6i 00 oclock yesterday after noon formers that of Mr Brady The accident occured on the First bank aide of the corner It is asserted that the rFrinbisco car was on the wrong street Its front axle was badly out of line by the impact being pusKed back spring clips and Damage to the Brady car was confined to smashing of the rear It was able to proceedlmmediately un der its own 6 calls had to answered by iifesav era from a garage before the Fran cisco car could get utider way In charge of the estate of one of her relatives in the east are searching for Miss Iva Obsriin a young woman who until a cbmpari tlvely short time ago was employed at a Mason City cafe as awaitress It is said that there is some money due the young woman if she ls Maaon City asked to aid in locating her letters 3verve not delivered er of lost heirs The officers ascer tained that she has left Mason City and was last heard of in Niagara Falls New TO EDUCATE Washington May of the defeat of his grain inspectionbill yesterday f rioti fied the Eenate that he intended tb educate tbe theiieed for1 that legts Iationand that offer jhis bill as aa amendment the ing apEropriatJpn Hie said intend to raise the ppfrit of quorum every three minutes if necessary to get a on my Grandmother of Donald McOornilck Howard Concludes to DropPro ceeding in Juvenile The Question of Taxation For the nejt thirty days Just as has been the case in every premu nicipal or schoolelection the ques tion of taxation will be to the front and even after the primaries it still will he a question ofdiscussion more or less It will be the purpose of this article and others which may follow to simply present thfi facts as they appear on the records and let the people file them away for fu ture use and reference There has been an attempt by the Des Moines newspapers and others sneeze when the Capital City press takes snuff to throw the re sponsibility of the increased tax ation 6nboardsofsupervisors 1 and to claiia eitherdirectly or by In ference that the big increase has not been made in state but in county municipal and school The statement will not so worli out this In rifldltion toHhe increase irt the taxable valuation V3 Ier jcent which the executive council the state levy was increased one mill or 25 per cent and the sum for state purposes thus raised in Cerro Gordo for tho year 1913 to be paid this year is against the of the pre cetJing year an increasein state taxes of nearly or arr in crease of over CO per have a new road law and i no tell yeY how much ought to be levied by counties the county levy was increased two mills for that pur pose and the county farm proposi tion added another Jialf mill The levy for insane at the county farm wasdecreasedhalf a mill but a new levy of one mill was created for the care of at the state insti tution andthe soldiers relief was increased a tenth of a mill making atotai increaseIn the county levy of cent with this Increase the total taxfor county purposes is in creased 4Sper cent asagainst the 60 per cent increasein the totalfor state purposes So that whether the executive1council Is to be criticized and condemned or defended for their partInthe capital extension or the horizontal increase in the argument that it isthe county and notthe state tax that has caused tlie big percentage ofincrease in taxes fallsto thegrquhd A new line of argument must bb presented if the criticisms of the governor or the council arc to be candidly met There ure some things of interest which a study of these figures reveal While the general state levy was reduced one half mill the amount of the tax this year for that fund was In crefisod in tills county Off Betting thisdecrease of the one mill levy in the general fund a levy of a half mill was maccf for capitol exten After County Attorney John C Robinson had authorized the com mencement of proceedings Jn juvenile court to determine whether or not Mrs Raymond Howard and her hus band should have the custody of her child Mrs Scovill the grandmother concluded not to file the complaint and the matter was dropped So the baby carriage which has adorned the storeroom at the police station for a week or more since the natural mother of the child snatched it from Its cab on the street there by creating quite a turmoil at the time has been taken away Mrs Scovill to whom It belongs removed it yesterday after the juve nile matter was dropped Another Case The ScovlHHoward family at outs in this mater have another pending in mayors court in which they stand together Mrs Scovtll last night caused the arrest at the home In the north end of a man named Roberts charged with disturbing the peajce The squabble is said to have origin ated over some lodge matter Roberts gave bondfor hls appear ance and the matter was to be thresh ed out this afternoon Mrs gcovill it said had Roberts remain at the place under the pretext of sending for Howard so he could talk to him while she called the police Arthur Johnson Ininter From Porch Roof at fitanton Hotel and Is Badly Uruised Leaning his weight on the railing a second story Rprch of the Stan ton hotel thia morning at about 9 00 oclock Arthur Johnson 116 S6uth Washington pitched to the grouni below a dis tance of fifteen feet He was pick ed up In a serious condition and taken to the Park hospital Following an examination there it was found that Johnson has sustain ed no broken bones although his body was bruised badly from the fall accident caused a severe shock to his nervous system although phy sicians attending him are of the op inion that he will recover quickly in the event that he has not been in jured internally Johnson and a partner Edward Miller were occupied in painting the Stanton hotel A portion of the building had been gone over and Johnson said that he would take the job of painting the porches and rail ings The railing over which Johnson fell was thought by him to be solid althought it was found to be rotten through the wood haying decayed with time As the railing broke Johnson was pitced headong He had no time to get his footing and no chance to land on his feet when he struck the ground He was pickedup by men passing who witnessed the fall and those on the inside of the building Serious Wreck on Milwaukee Bends Sllnneapolis Traffic Way of Mason Oity Today Explosion of a tank o oil fol lowed by the burning of several other cars in the yards at Conover last night result in the BUST pension oj traffic on that line and sending of the Minneapolis trains around by way of MasonCity Noone was killed or badly injur ed in the wreck according to advices CouovCr iS the first stationTiorth of Catmar onthe CamarAustirtlltie and tl Is there that lie Decorah branch starts Detour Milch Traffic So completely were the tracks blocked by the wreck that it was necessary to detour all trains over other lines of the company Minne apolis bound business sent i to City this morning anU the morning train north hold Here until POLICE REPORT The monthly report of vtl department arrests of intpxicrxtlpn 49 The report for April Day calls Night Larceny Disorderly Nulsance Violators of traffic ordinsinc Of es investigated1 Jlvrlilii Dfsturbicg the 3 i 6 2 5 3 FOR Seated proppdais1 will be receiyed BoardOf the of1 R oclock the erection of ing in said districtProposals will received for the furnishing and material for the foliowins separate r construction6c contract and ventil ating fan and equipment All work and material shall con form with the planS and specifica tions preparedby J HJeffers Co Mason City Iowa Plans may be seen at the office of the president J KemphiU at Plymouth Iowa and at the office bf the architect May 20 1914 Plans and 1 be obtained from the architect upon Ap plication accompanied by a deppsit for contract and for contract BC Full deposittbi be returned when plans and specifica tions are returned to the architects officeon orbefore ten atter receipt of same Bach pfpposal must beaccompan ied by a certified check equal to three per cent of total proposal to the trict of Plymouth deposit will be returned to the biidder proposal is iejected andalsoto the successful bidder into contractwith said district in ac cordance with his oproposal and give a satisfactory surety bond to the district the penalty ofwhich be the full amount of the contract price which contract andbond shall be within five days af tsr acceptance of the proposal Should the bidder tail to enter into sucli contract and furnish said bond withinsaid time suchdeposit atiall be forfeitedtol The Board ireaerves the right to reject any all liatcd at Iowa this 30th day ofApriii 1 Consolidated IndependentDis trict of Piymouthi By R J NOTICE OP Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned have associated themselves together under and by virtue Chapter One Title Nine of the Code ofIowa and the Laws amendatory thereto as a corpora tion and have adopted Articles of whfch provide as fol lows towlt First iThe name of this B3aqe ol business to transacted by corporation is the manufacturing repairing buying and selling at both retail and wholesale all kinds ot el ectricol equipments hnd supplies and contracting for an KUICIS ot all kindsbT electrical equipments Third The amount of capital stock1 authorized by the Articles qt Incorporation Is Five Thousand DoJlarsi ihto shares of Fifty poilars each arid all subscribed shall be paid h at the call of the Board of said corporation shall commence buaineas on the first day of March A D 1914 and con tinue for twenty C20 years with the right ot renewal unless sooner die vote of all the stock a stoclfo holders meeting Fifth That the affairs of such corporation are to he conducted by to be elected on the in AprH A D 1914 and on the first Tuesday of each at which election of this corporation shall ba entitled to one vote for eacji stock ownedby such pefj sonjor corporation which vote shall be cast in person or by proxy The fallowing named persons E O P Stnckler M T White and L P Clark are the directors ot such corporation who shall hold their offloes for one year and until their successors are elected and qual ified Said directors shall from their own number at their first meeting in each year elect a president vice pres secretary and treasurer who shall hold their office said board of directors sliall give a bond to tihe corporation In such sums and condi tions as the board of directors may directsaid directors shall havethe right ioffill all vacancies occuringin of said corporation The pfflce of secretary and treasurer may be held by tihe same person the of ficersto be chosen by the board of directors at the first regular meet ing after the annual stockholders meeting That the highest amount of indebtedness wihich said corpora tion shall at any time subject itself shall not exceed twothirds 23 of its paid iip capital stock Seventh The private members such corporotipn from the corporation B J CLARK O P M T WHITE L F CLARK Notice of Application to Sell Reul Estate rsftne District Court of Iowa and Cerro Gordo County the matter ot the Estate Chrfs Pappos deceased In Pro bate Pappos Nicholas Pappos i each of you are hereby ntitif led that there is now on filein the pjiice bf the Clerk of the Dia trictCourt of Cerro Gordo County pfi Iowa the petition of I W Administrator of the Es qf the N Pappos asking the to authorize and empowerhim to sell the real estate hereinafter described and belonging at private sale for tKe of paying the debts of said Estate real estate being del follows towit a certain lot fifty feet wina ty 100feetTn length Northeast corner of the quarter of Section 32 TqwnshIo 97 Range 20 West of the Fifth Principal Meridian Cerro Gor daGounty Iowa The said Applica be heard and determined at 12 oclock noon pn of April 1914 at CourtHouse in Mason City Cerro GordoConuty Iowa it being the firstday ot the April Term of Court that unless yoiu appear af said time and place the order will be granted as stands in petition I W KEERL Administrator By Dunn Bryant i i i Attorneys OF DISSOLUTION i Of Tlie Nelson Construction Com Corporation To Wljoia It May Concern Notice Is hereby given that ata meeting of the of said corporation held at its office in Ma eon City and state of Iowa on the First day of November 1913 and all the stock of said company being rep resented by owners of same in meeting being th unanimous votetof all Bald corporation aald was dissolved Tho prop Hy of said corporation having been disposed of now is hereby given that organized under and by virtue of the of the state of towa with Its principal place of City is jrerejiy Dissolved E G NELSON president and Chairman of Meeting BERTHA HARPER c cn Fcultry Eliminate the Losses AVrlte today All par ipost boxes fonthe shipping by eggs poultry fruit and vegetstbies We handle all kinds of poultry supplies DIAMOND BOX MFG GO 2nd St Room 470 Minneapolis Dr reliable chronic disease specialist who has visited Ma 901 will be at NEW CECIt HOTEL frora SsiUm to p m One day onlyxiaSBtaeturn 28 days Shallenberffer Is BpeclallsUnitietrBatraontot Chronic He has a lonffcsmblishoci repntallon rcsDlhoc froiSoTrlSlarge practice and hospital Imve made bUn ao proficient that he caq name and locate s In a J fow has successfully ttcatctl many the most difficult cases of Chronic Diseases 1 b meriand That Is why his reuutntion 1 B4S tie has continued his visits yaan after poar while other doctors have made treats Diseases of the Ey9 Throat Luneo Heart NeraesrLivgr Kidneys and BiadSeK CoDsumprion In an early tarrh Rfnclne In Ears and Deafness NeurnlBiaAlPpilcpsy Sick Eczema Scrofula Appendicitis Rheaj and muaclesj Also reataS scientiBcally a KNIFE and other rectal treated without surgical Cases and Itaptare Givcm Attnntion NERVOUS DKBILITT Are younetvous and despondentr easily exct weak and debilitated tirea rdaTninffSTSvithoiit ambition energry or atrcngtht confidence Have you sunken re3 IBrbriirlJd Jeyes pimples on your fact weak in urine S A u standlne4especially Wronz treatment and Incorrect diaKnosis havi oftanTcanitudintheworstafflictlons Varlcocele HytrrocefeT Blood Poison Syphilis Unnatural Weakness Emissions Dcoluty Nervousness and Defective Alemory which ruinTSbdy and mind It Is highly the services of a physfcian who a srood reputation for treatlbg these diseases has roado years of study Of Private Diseases of men and women He the scientific methods o treating them Hundreds of women suffer un told diseases whtch have been near iectect or unskillfully treated JVONDERFDI CURES have beetMnndc by You should consult himjU any Chronic Disease who has made a lifctlmo study of sucb diseases bes certainly prepared to give you tho d if you are sick you need sclent SnaTJehberzer spares no effort to cure his knows that good results mean hs to the patient Ifcpt of his new parents come throusrh the recommendation of oUTerswlfonThe has treated He prepares nearly all his medicine from his own special formulas and uses notainer but rnr and Exnmlnatioa and Conlidontinl Addrccs letters to WItBEHT SHAZIENBEnGER r Beference State Bank 766 Oaiiwood Chicago HI Lumber Distributing Depot for PITTSBURGH PERFECT FENCES D THE ONLY FENCE BTSXE 48 ETCH IABM FENOB SODTLXilT and QABDElf BTiJCB The Best NeaJest Strongest AVost RurablJ Fence on tdo Marftft Vc rvin Save Vnu Monay Fencing Call and Ssc Also agents for7 CycloneFenceand Gales

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