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'VSf; THE MOINEgh ALGONA, IOWA, WEDKE8DAY, JAKtTARY 28, 1891. ,THE NEWS OFTffiECOtJM tlaiiCl-Oft. BANCROFT, Jan. 26.—Marsh Stephens, the sheriff, was in town last week. Retr. Ward is having fine success in his revival meetings. Memorial services Were held Friday by the school, in memory of Mamie I. Taylor. H. W. Phelps visited in Fenton last week. Dr. Taylor's father of Jennings, La., is here visiting him. Mr. Ellsworth and foreman of Iowa Falls were in this neighborhood looking for stock cattle. He has 600 head on his farm near loWa Falls. I. J. Bruer says he is going to extend his store building to the alley, making it about 100 feet long. Others too numerous to mention intend to build in the spring. Bancroft is growing and " don't you forget it." Bumor says thkSre will be several marriages in the neat' future. F. 0. Branson went to Burt last week and repaired W. W. Wilson's scales. BANOHOFT, Jan. 20.—J. W. Case is the name of the new teacher that takes the place of Miss Taylor, and he is a brieht appearing young man. He is a graduate of the state normal and his home is Waverly, Iowa. We regret being unable to procure a copy of the I. O. G. T. resolutions of condolence on the death of Miss Taylor. I. J. Bruer returned home from California last Friday, and gives a glowing account of his trip. Why can't wo have a debating club, has been asked several times this week. The grist mill is bound to win. Bancroft regrets the death of the great historian, after whom the town was named, and who so generously laid the foundation of our town library. Miss Mamie Kennedy returned from her home at Algona last Saturday in order to commence school today. Three new members were received into the Baptist church at the last Thursday evening prayer meeting. The old hardware store is on rollers and will go to its new destination today. Then will come Bancroft's first brick building. Skating parties are all the rage. The quarterly election of officers in the I. O. G. T. lodge occurs next Saturday night. All are invited to the loyalists meeting next Friday night at the Baptist church. The subject is " The Continued Revival of Strength." Married, at Algona Tuesday last, Mr. F. W. Kinne and Miss Mary Connelly. Mr. Kinne is our enterprising liveryman and a popular young man of our town. Miss Connelly, who has lived with her brother west of town, is an estimable young lady, and in every way calculated to make him a good wife, and we wish them a long life and much joy. T. M. Ostrander is building a fine new barn. E. M. McAllister of Algona is visiting friends in town. C. F. Buker, the popular Swea pedagogue, was in town last Saturday. .. TJie inside of Johnson's store has been repainted in the last week, which adds much to its appearance. Levin Br6s.' auction still goes merrily on, so say the boys. Rev. Luce of Livermore is expected here this week to assist Rev. Ward. Sylvester Recbrd goes to Forest City Wednesday to visit the parental roof. Joe Russell is putting on an addition to his blacksmith shop. J. N. Saldin has bought Win. Hrrsh'shay barn and will continue in the hay business. Success to him. Strange things happen in our town. Henry Wilson is learning the shoemaker trade, several young ladies are reporting too much sand, one girl claims a Record, but Mai. Lory takes the hat. IjuVerne. LuVmiNE, Jan. 26.—R. Darr and H. S. Benedict shipped a car load of hogs that were dandies. There is to be a new lumber yard here inside of thirty days by a man from Vermont. R. Hill has sold his farm north of town to Ed. Gremense and will move onto a farm he has bought near some lake. W. B. Quarton and Dave Haggard of the hub were on our streets Tuesday. Mrs. Austin Willey, who has been visiting near Brondon, Iowa, returned home on the 17th inst. H. Parks and Mr. Russell were up to Britt Monday. W. B. Pearson is putting in some folding doors in H. W. Brink's residence. Fra : nk Hill is back again from Dysart, Iowa, where ho has been for thelastmonth, C. H. Lichty went to Des Moines on business Wednesday. Rev. Phil, Hanna was in town Thursday. There was a church trial at the M. E. church this week and about fifteen preachers were in attendance. Val. Zoelle, who has been visiting in New Jersey for the past month, returned home this week looking well and healthy. The boys and the sports of the town had quite an interesting evening at the Revere house Friday evening with the boxing gloves; lots of fun and noboby hurt. J. Deims is building a new barn on his residence property 14x30. Jos. Clarke and Wm. Crosswait went to Livermore to take part in the Catholic fair exercises. Miss Clara Wise, who has been clerking in H. Klindt's store, has gone to her home in Wisconsin to stay. There was quite a crowd at the dance Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. S. Drake of Marshalltown are visiting with the family of H. S. Benedict. S. C. Platt's little boy has been quite sick this week with lung fever. The sale Saturday at Jacob Baffler's was •well attended, and things sold at a fair margin. Wesley. WEBUSV, Jan. 37.—Ike Swiegard of Garner was iu our town one day last week. J. S. Gallagher and A- K. Kennedy went to Covwith pn business Monday. Madden W»ite of Rook -Valley is here visiting his parents. Maiden has been absent from here for about four years. H,e thinks he would father live out west tha here. Our barber and his family are visitin friends at Clarion this Week. Tom and Will Cruse of Ramsay were de livering flax here Monday. They claime the Wesley market was better than eithe Burt or Bancroft. Business is booming in our town. Farm ers are marketing their hny and grain Which is bringing them a good price. Ou merchants are doing a fine business and ar selling lots of goods. Everything •shows healthy condition in the way of trade. Our school board are putting in mor seats in the school room and more blac' boards, which were beginning to be needed Guy Grove and Miss Sampson of Algon are hero visiting the family of S. E. Grovi Gregor Bruxor, our village blacksmith s the happiest man in Wesley since ho i the father of a bouncing pair of twins. Al are doing well. John Atkinson Was down to Algona Mon day en business. F. M. Butts, who has been in Chicago fo the past two weeks, is expected home thi week. Rev. McBride closed his protracted meetings at the Isenberger school house las Sunday evening, after organizing a cilnss o 25 members. The elder hns given gooi satisfaction wherever he has preached, am is making many warm friends here. Abner Flack has sold his farm north o: Wesley to parties from near Atlantic Price paid was §20 per acre. We huvo no learned just, what Mr. Flack intends doing but think ho will buy somewhere near her again. A little child of Jim Clark's is very siol with lung fever. Dr. Prido of Algona has been attending it. Wesley market; Wheat, 70@T5c; oats 80c; barley, 50c; corn, 85@87c; flax, timothy sued, SI; hogs, S3.10. Photography Applied to Surveying. Surveyors are becoming more and more indebted to photography for the way in which ifc facilitates and improves their work. For reconnaissance the camera offers some pleasant features. The public is always anxious to know whal an engineer is doing with a transit, but if he has a map of the country anci an aneroid in bis pocket, so that, by fences or otherwise, he can tell pretty nearly where he is, he is only an amateur artist, making views of scenery, and the farmer is not suspicious that he wants to run a railroad through his corn crib. Such pictures as may thus be secured, understandingly used, may help to decide where a line will probably be best, so far as the general features of the country are concerned. Progress is the order of the day. It is not long since the engineer who used a camera to take occasional or semi- occasional records of the progress of his work was looked upon as putting on airs. Now, however, the blue print and the camera come in very handily, so' much so that it is not the engineer who uses them, but rather the one who does not, who is the exception. The engineer is not likely to dispense just now with his transit, but he who avails himself of such help as photography can give him, especially in such work as making close topographical surveys, will have a very great advantage over him who does not. —New York Commercial Advertiser. Cats as Chronometers. An acute observer of contemporary life remarked the other day that the typical cat. devoted each one of his nine lives solely to the cultivation of his voice. The statement, although obviously exaggerated, serves very well to convey the impression whieh the cat has made upon those who knovr him best. The weasel having largely supplanted him as a rat and mouse exterminator he has come to be regarded as an animal of leisure, much given to music, .but bearing few or none of'-the practical burdens of existence. But attention has lately been directed to the fact that the Chinese use cats to tell time. A Celestial who was asked what o'clock it waawfcook up a cat and examined it, and replied that it was two hours past noon. On being asked how he told time in that way he explained that the pupils of a cat's eyes were largest in the morning, and that they gradually grew smaller as the light increased till they reached their minimum at noon; that then they began to widen again till at night they once more became large.— New York Tribune. Surly Minstrel Shows, Ib was in the early fifties that minstrel shows first became so popular in the States, and in 1857 Jack Baynor, who used to be middleman and bass singer for E. P. Christie when his troupe played in old Mechanics' hall, at No. 472 Broadway, New York, started the first Christie minstrels in London. Eaynor is one of the few old timers still alive, and ho lives in Paterson, N. J., to-day, Another of the old leaders to the front is Dick Hooley, who used to be with Campbell's for years and afterward run a minstrel theatre of his own in Brooklyn. What's he doing now, d'you say? Why, it's the same Dick Hooley, of Hooley's theatre, Chicago, today, and the same Cool White that was middleman and stage manager of the Hooley Opera house of the war times, is manager of Hooley's theatre today,--J, W. McAudrews in Chicago Herald. A Hooted Pronunciation. The chorus "O ho ro, i ri ri cadul gu lo" in Sir Walter Scott's poem "The Lullaby of an Infant Chief" means, freely ] translated, "Bye, bye, lullaby, sleep till the morn." The pronunciation is, "Ohoro, erere, cawdlegulaw;" at least, so say two Scotch women, members of my household, who are direct from the highlands of Scotland, and who daily speak the Gaelic in preference' J the English language. —Cor, Boston Transcript, It is not in color only thfit domesticated cats differ widely. There is the gloved cat of Nubia, the Chinese cat with ears turned down instead of up the twisted tail cat of Madagascar, tut short, truncated tail cat of the Malay Archipelago, and the entirely tailless <$$ fit the Isle of Man. Flftg t Am sitting by my fireside, tn IU warm ttnd ruddy glo*, While the day teslotHydyrag • And the shadows come And go; And within the Rlowinf? embers Shadowy forms i seem to see— tihat'ows that bring back to memory Friends and days once dear to mo. And although this firelight dreaming Pleasant is, yet still there run Through It all deep tones of sadness, Like to shadows o'er the sun; For the deat ones whose sweet (aces Made my heart so glad and gay, They with whom t talked and journeyed On each happy summer day Now are absent: and 1 miss them As I pit alone to-night, As t see their dreamland faces in the dim and flickering light. Yet someday In the far future, If our Father wills It so, t shall meet the friends t dream of lit the firelight's ruddy glow. But to-night, when they are absent, It Is pleasant just to see, In the glowing light before me, Faces of those dear to me. So I sit and dream and wonder, In the (Ire flame's ruddy glow. While the day Is slowly dying, And the shadows come- and go. —Good Housekeeping. A Deep Hole. For the last 200 or 300 years there has been much speculation among scientific men as to the exact cause of the phenomenon of earthquakes, which has incidentally added new interest to the query: How thick is the earth's crust? In discussing the earthquake problem different schools of scientists have taken different views pf the matter, one branch of them supposing the "quake" to be the result of an effort of the great internal heat to escape through a weak portion of the earth's crust; the others declare that it is caused by shrinkage of the outer strata on account of the cooling process going on deep down in the bowels of the earth. About ten or twelve years ago the German government made a gigantic effort to settle this perplexing question for nil time to come by sinking a shaft near the city of Schladebach, with the object especially of obtaining trustworthy data concerning the rate of increase of the earth's temperature with each succeeding 100 or fraction of 100 feet of descent. At last accounts the shaft had reached a depth of 1,392 meters, which is believed to be the greatest depth to which man has yet penetrated the substratum of the globe. The temperature of the shaft at the 1,300 meter level was 48 degs. centigrade, or 120 Fahrenheit. If this percentage of increase is maintained the boiling point of water will be reached at about 8,000 meters, and at 45 miles the heat would be sufficient to melt any known substance.—St. Louis Republic. Deceived by Appearances. On a Philadelphia train that came through here the other day the passengers derived considerable amusement from the actions of a handsome young man and a worried looking but still pretty woman. They were so entirely absorbed in each other that they were not separated for a minute the whole trip. When she wanted to walk on the platform in Baltimore he promenaded up and down at her side, yet they never spoke only when necessary, and the people concluded that a honeymoon quar- :el was in progress. Nobody doubted for an instant that ;hey were bride and groom. When they got out here to change cars for Richmond, their destination, the conductor. who knew the man well, said: "Well, so long. Hope you get her there all right." "Oh, I guess so. But she's a mighty slippery customer, and 1 have to watch her like a cat." The good looking man was a deputy sheriff, and was taking back to Richmond an unusually clever shoplifter that he had'tracked to Philadelphia and arrested.— Washington Post. _ Afraid of Being: Burled Alive. I for one am not at all surprised at the •ather startling instructions in the will of the late Duchess Pozzo de Borgo ;hat in order to make quite sure of her death her heart should be removed from the body. The dread of being buried alive in a condition of trance or coma is spreading curiously, and 1 have heard quite a number of people express a de- ire to be cremated, not upon hygienic jrounds, but simply through a horror of )eing buried alive. The supposed necessity of such strong measures is not very lattering to the doctors, but that it is a growing idea is obvious. — Lady's Pic- A Gentle Voice. Tommy— Oh, I'm so glad you've come iome, papal Mamma has been awful nean to me today. Mr. Skyflatt— Ah, 1 am afraid you mve been a naughty boy Did she punk you? Tommy— No; but she scolded, and her r oice sounded like it does when she talks ,t the ice man down the dumbwaiter haft.— Puck, Ex-Governor Long, of Massachusetts, lossesses the remarkable ability of recol- ecting what he has written without eading it over even by himself. It is aid that during his most animated peech he has in his mind's eye a vivid mpression of his manuscript, so that he mows where every page and every line mds, and even where there are inter- ineations. Fowls have undoubtedly a larger vo- abulaiy than any of the other domestic nimals; yet in half a day you will probably hear from them all the sounds that they use in ordinary life. But anything out of the ordinary is instantly expressed in unusual sounds. $ I O.OO $5.OO $3.50 $10.00 $5.00 FOB YOtTB FIRST CHOICE FOR YOtTR SECOND CHOICE FOR THIRD CHOICE OF The first lot cost from $12 to $15 and sold for $20. Sizes are 34 36, 38, and 40, We have had a big trade on these goods and have made a price to sell them at, Do not miss this G-RAND OHANCE to buy a Cloak. Second lot cost $5 to $7.50 and we sold them for $7 to $10 each, Here is another chance to get a bargain. Come in and see if we will not give yon. a surprise. We are bound to CLOSE OUT THE LOT if a price wfil do it. (! se You will find many other bargains, as well. Watch this paper for our ad. for the next thirty days, and we will save you the price of all the Algona papers lor one year on what you buy in the next sixty days. N. B. When your cash purchases amount to $15 you will receive free either of the following books: The American Manual, Moody's Sermons, Compendium of Cookery. Auctioneering Done. The undersigned will cry public sales i: Kossuth and adjoining counties. Have twenty years' experience, Terms reasonable. ^?F~Applications for my services may be lef at the law office of S. S. Sessions, Algona, la GEO. E. BOYLE. DR. L. A. SHEETZ, Drugs and Medicines Full assortment always on hand of drugs, med clues, and pure liquors for medicinal purposes only. BooJcs and. Sta.tloaa.er2r. DO YOU WANT AN AUCTIONEER? AUCTIONEER, Will cry city and farm property, make collec tions, etc, All business of a private nature strictly confidential, Office with F. M. Taylor, over Howard's. ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY.— District Court, March Term, 1801,—W. W Lyon, plaintiff, vs. James W. Lyon, John H Lyoii, Betsey A. Lyon, Chas. W. Lyon, Lev: P. Lyon, and Augustus Lyon, heirs at law of Bradley Lyon, deceased, defendants. To said defendants: You are hereby notified that the petition of plaintiff in the above on- titled cause is now filed iu the offlceof theclerk of the district court of the state of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, claiming of you that he is tho absolute and unqualified owner of tho west half of the northwest quarter, and the northwest quarter of tho southwest quarter, all in Section No. 28, Township No. 100, Range No. 28 west of the 5th P. M. Iowa, and asking that his title thereto be quieted, and that defendants be required to convey to him the legal title thereto, and that a commissioner be appointed to execute such conveyance. And that unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of tho second day of the March term, A. D. 1891 of the said court, which will commence at Al gona on the 2d day of March A, D. 1801, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon. GEO. E. CLARKE, 44t4 Plaintiff's Attorney. Possibjy the most expensive cigars ever made were the 20,000 Havanaa made (or Spanish Marshal Prim as a present for Napoleon in, each cigar befog stamped with the imperial N. in gold. They are said to have cost $13,000. Soundings in the Black Sea show that beyond a depth of 600 feet the water is so impregnated with, sulphweted hydrogen gas emanating from decaying ani- jnal tjnd vegetable matter that living organisms are opt found there. ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County—March Term, A. D. 1801.—A. J. Jones vs. Horace Shaclcelford and E. Spiluian. To said defendants: You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff in the above entitled causo is filed in the office of the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa in and for Kossuth county, claiming of you that he is the absolute owner of the east half of the northeast quarter of Section Four, Township Ninety-four, Range Twenty-nine, west of the 5th P. M., Iowa, and asking that his title thereto be quieted in him; ana that unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of tho second day of the March term, A. D. 1801, of the said court, which will commence at Algona on the 3d pay of March, 1801, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon. GEO. E. CLARKE, 43M Attorney for Plaintiff.'' GERM ERADICATOR" POSI- _LV tively cures all diseases—because It kills all germs, bacteria, parasites, microbes, and auimalculas Iu the system, which the pronii nent physicians in convention agreed was the cause of all disease; The air, water, vegetables and fruit are full of these little worms, oausing catarrh, consumption, diabetes, and Bright's disease, cancers, tumors, and all so called incurable diseases. (Never known to fail to cure consumption, catarrh, kidney troubles and syphilis.) $5 per 2-gal. stone jar, sent anywhere on receipt of price. This is the only geauine article; all others are dangerous counterfeits. Dr. Sueetz iHBu.es guarantees to cure all ailments lor Kind's (Jem Era.dicajpr for the maeufajoturerB. ' NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Whittemore Go-Operative Creamery Notice is hereby given that the above-named company has organized and commenced doing business undcv the name and stylo of " Tho Whittemore Co-Operativo Creamery Company." The principal place of transacting business will be Whitteinoro, Kossuth county. Iowa. The general nature of the business to be transacted is to collect and manufacture into butter and cheese tue milk belonging to subscribers to its capital stock, and to purchase and manufacture milk, cream, and other dairy products, and to sell the same, and to do all things necessary to make the aforesaid business a success, The amount of capital stock authorized by this corporation is Six Thousand Dollars, ($0,000), which is divided into shares of Fifty ($50) Dollars each; Three Thousand ($,1,000) of which is paid up, and the certificates for the remainder of said authorized capital stock shall be issued upon resolution passed by the board of directors, and shall be sold at such time and in such manner as may be determined by said board. The time of commencement of this corporation was Jan, 21, 1801, and it shall continue twenty years, unless sooner dissolved by the stockholders representing three-fourths of the stock voting for such dissolution. The affairs of the corporation are to bo conducted by a board of five directors, who shal be elected by and from among tho stockhold ers at the annual meeting, which mooting will be on tho first Saturday in Jamiary in each year, and the officers of this corporation shal be a president, vice-president, treasurer, anc secretary, and such other officers as the boarc shall deem necessary, and as shall be elected by the board. All officers shall be elected a1 the January meeting in each year. The highest amount of indebtedness to which this corporation can subject itself is not to ex ceed two-thirds of its paid-up capital stock. All private property of the stockholders is to be exempt from corporate debts, Witness our hands this 22d day of January, A. D. 1801. H. A. LILLIUUIDUE, J. O. RAWSON, J. 13. WOUDEN, J, L. COTTON, HENHY KMNGELHOFEH, i Incorporators of said Incorporation. ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY.— District Court, March Term, 1801,—E. D. Leathermau, plaintiff, vs, H. A. Latta, defendant. To said defendant; You are hereby notified ;hat the petition of plaintiff in the above entitled cause is now filed in the office of the clerk )f the district court of the state of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, claiming of you the sum of $552 as money justly due from you and nterest thereon at eight per cent, from the loth day of May, 1800, for money due on your promissory note and the accounts set out in iaid petition; also that the First National jauk of Algona has been gari»<hed under a vrlt of attachment issued herein; and that un- ess you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the March term, 1801, of the said court, which will commence at Algo na on the 2d day of March, 1801, default will >e entered against you and judgment rendered hereon. GEO, E. CLARKE, 44M Plaintiff's Attorney. ORIGINAL NOTICE. :N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County—March Term, A. D. 1801.—Mavilla Wagoner vs. Alec Wagoner. To said defendant: You are hereby notified hat the petition of the plaintiff in the above- entitled cause Is filed in the office of the clerk )f the district court of the state of Iowa In and or Kossuth county, claiming of you a divorce or wilful desertion; and that unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the econd day of the March term, A. D. 1891, of aid court, which will commence at Algoiia on he second day of March, 1801, default will be ntered against you and judgment rendered heaeon. GEO. $. .CLARKE, Attorney for Plaintiff. M ONEY FURNISHED— AT SEVEN PER CENT. INTEREST- Apply a,t once. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Seneoa Co-operative Creamery Co. Notice is hereby given that the above-name 1 !, company has organized and commenced doiny business under the name and style of. " Tha Seneca Co-Operative Creamery Company."' The principal place of. transacting business will be Seneca, Kossuth county, Iowa. The general nature of the business to bft transacted is to collect and manufacture into butter and choose tho milk belonging to subscribers to its capital stock, and to purchase --' and manufacture milk, cream, and other dairy products, and to sell the same, and to do all things necessary to make the aforesaid business a success. The amount of capital stock authorized by this corporation is Six Thousand Dollars, ($0,000), which is divided into shares of Fifty ($50) Dollars each! Three Thousand ($3,000) of which is paid up, and the certificates for the remainder of said authorized capital stock shall be issued upon resolution passed by tha board of directors, and shall bo aold at suoh. time mid in such manner as may bo determined by said board. The time of commencement of this corpora-- fc, tion was Jan. 10,1801, and it shall continue s twenty years, unless sooner dissolved by tho / stockholders representing three-fourths of the \ stock voting for such dissolution. Tho affairs of the corporation are to bo conducted by a board of seven directors, who shall bo elected by and from among the stockholders at the annual meeting, which meeting will bo on the first Saturday in January in each year, and tho officers of this corporation shall be a president, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary, and such other officers as tho board shall deem necessary, and as shall be elected by the board. All officers shall bo elected at the January meeting in each year. . The highest amount of indebtedness to which this corporation can subject itself Is not to ex- cued one-half of its paid-up capital stock. All private property of tho stockholders is to be exempt from corporate debts. Witness our hands this 10th day of January, A. D. 1801. JAB. 13. OAIUI, C. O. FISH, WM. OUMISTON, A&iuiiix JACOBSON, GEO. D. FULLKK, . WM. KLEIN, P, W. JENSON, W. W. ALCOUN, 4;i Incorporators of said Incorporation. ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY.— District Court, March Term, 1800.—Minerva Hall, Husted Hall, Elnora Fauts, Thomas Hall, Rosa Egglestou, Chas, Hall, John Hall, Cora-Hall, Bert Hall, Emma Pyle, and J. Pyle, heirs at law of Wesley Hall, deceased, plaintiffs vs, Mary Alease, Geo. Willetts, and the Clipperly, Hoover & Co., defendants. To said defendants: You are hereby notified that the supplemental petition of plaintiffs In the above entitled cause is now on file In the office of the clerk of the district court of the' ' state of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, claiming they are the absolute owners of the \ northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of '• Section No. 34, Township No. 100, Range No. 28, west of the 5th P. M. Iowa, and asking that the title thereto be quited In them. And that unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the March term, A. D. 1801, of tho said court, which will com mence at Algona on the ,'Jd day of-March, A. P. 1801, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon. GEO. E. CLARKE, Plaintiff's Attorney. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, Public notice is hereby given that the und,er- signed has this day been appointed and, missioned by the district court of Ko. county, In the state of Iowa, admiuistra the estate of Abbie A, Palmer, deceased; all persons having claims against said estat are hereby notified to file them with the ou~ of said court, clearly stated and duly swonf and within legal time, preparatory to theft ing allowed or proved; and persons owing §"• estate are requested to make immediate - 1 inent to the undersigned and avoid (.oats. Dated at Algoun, lowa, this eth day of Jt ary,188l. 6.TB. " ? '~" A

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