UPP&tt DJSB MOi2fJE8; A&GOKA, IOWA, WJBDKESDA1% SEPT. 9, 189L THESE COME BY THE POST. It's a Cold Day When Wesley Down Fnmlgh a Piece of News Ibat Savors of Sensation. And This Week is No Exception to tfc Rule—Happenings »t Other Points in Big Kossnth. WB8LE1-, Sept. 7.—Tbe late frost did but little damage in this part of tbe County. W. C. Dysart of Dixaon, III, is here at present looking after bis land inter ests In thin part of tbe county. A few of our town people attended the Hancock county fair last week. Farmers are cutting their flai, and Dome have threshed their earlv cut flax, which is yielding largely per acre. E, B. Waite sent to Chicago and secured some white winter rye which he has recently sown. The high price rye has been commanding this fall will stimulate the farmers to sow more of it in the future than has been sown in the past. C. E. Oleson is taking in the sights at Chicago thi* week, and also laving in a full clock of fall goods. * ' The Wesley hog market seems to take the k>ad of "everything else at present. Lome bar is bringing S4.25 per ton, pix-sscd. $0.50. Bender Bros. & Co. have :ibout completed their new hay barn, when they will be in shape lo handle the baled hay that mav come to town. Ben Hopkins returned from Ruthven Friday evening, where he has been night operator for the pant month. Ben. looks as natural un ever, but that smile of.his ha« grown a little larger since he has been away. Next Sunday morning and eveninc will be the last time Rev. McBride will preach at this placxi this conference year. Let everybody come out and hear what the elder will have to sav. The carpenters have commenced work on the Catholic school house. Thev have part of the frame up. Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Grove were dow to Des Moineti last week tending th fair. James Ross of Bancroft was in ou town a couple of days last week on bu« ness. J. W. Hay ward of Vinton. Iowa, here looking after his land interest this week. August Studer of Prairie township i the man for sheriff of Kossuth county He got into a dispute with one of h» neighbors about a piece of grass land both of them claiming that they had i leased. Finally August went to Cor with to the agent and got him to wriU out a notice for the parties to stop cut ting tbe grans, giving the notice lo Mr Studer to serve. He went to the field and wanted the party to stop till h< could read the notice! to him, but tin party was in his wagon and would no stop to listen to the reading of th< notice. Mr. Studer jumped into the wagon and proceeded to read the notice The party grubbed up the seat and un dertook to strike Mr. S. with it, but he warded oiT the blow and took the fcllo down and sat on him, holding himdowi in that way till he road the notice. He camo over to Wesley and hud Mi Studer arrested for assault, but finallj they compromised the matter by Studei paying $8 fines and costs. Mr. Studei says he did not mind the way he had to servo tho notice, but tho trimmings o: tho law suit wore rather expensive But we must say August is the man foi sheriff. ; There have boon u couple of announce monts in the Wesley Reporter in tho past month or more that the republican voters of Wesley und-vicinity woult moot OH such un evening to organize republican club, but fbr some reason there has been nothing done. If there has wo have not heard anything of it. Whnt has become of those fellows who advocated early in tho summer un enthusiastic caui|)iiign this full. Why not got together and get to work, or has the door stop caucus that was held Jpw weeks ago got to bo repeated to ' a move on some of you. Wake up emeu and let tho club got in run- C'ning order and unfurl its banner to tho breeze. Our schools oponed up today. All of our teuchors were ready for business at an ourly hour, as well as a good nuraboi pf scholars. Tho people of Wesley can rest assured that wo uro going to have tho best schools in Wesley this yeui thorp are in tho county. Prof. Slagle has just graduated at one of tho best colleges in tho stuto and besides that ho has had several years experience in touching in the public schools, which lita him to give us a successful year ol schools. Wm. Colby, who toacfios tho intermediate department, is one of tho most successful teachers in the county and is well known by tho patrons of our schools hero, • While Miss Jennie Pot- tibono, who teaches tho primary department, has commenced her fourth year of schools at Wosley today. Comment ou her us a teacher is needless, as everybody knows that wherever she has taught tho best satisfaction is given. B, F, Reed of Algona was in our town today, A. Hough of Algoua was in our town Monday of this week. It is rumored that Mzra Ford is traveling a few weeks for his health. Markets: Wheat, 78o; outs 22o; barley, 88©87e; flux, 80c; rye, 70c; timothy seed, $1; huy, $4.25; baled, ,|0.50. Hogs $4.25, Mrs. Fred Anderson is on the sick list at present but is getting better. . Our postmaster Is considerably worked up these days. His wife is away visiting friends in Wisconsin and he has to cook his own meals, tend to tho postotnoe, and the worst of all his Poll parrot died tho other day and has left him looking forlorn. Brace up George, there is a good time coming by and by. Ernest Bacon, also Mrs. Bareklej and little daofDt*r trrtb PoiresbJek eoonty. a sister of Mrs B.^ and Mr. Bacon's father of Princeton. DL The old couple intend making a good long visit. Toe whole party were orer in this section and further east, looking over the country, last week and were well pleased with what they saw. LU VERNE. LuVERNE, Sept 7.—There wae a big crowd at tbecamptneetingatLJvermore last Sunday. School began Monday for the fall term. E>r. Lacey went to the state fair and was gone for the week. Wm. Godfrey is enlarging his storeroom. S. Gulick of Garriron is spending a few days with the Simmons brothers, and looking around for cattle to buy. Orlo Roberteon of Homboldt was in .own last week visiting with E. A. Novell. M. B. Luchfiinger returned home rom Wisconsin Tbursdar. JPOflffS FOR CLOTHING FOR FORt WHILE HEALTW AND COtt- m THS WOODS. Wfcmt Tft*H *ad Srodrlw fetTfckfe Along. Betr tt* Camp ShevM Be 0vi«fet*4—A Ltrt of Artfettn for UM, gft 3mim» of th* K««e*M.rjr food Soppli**. Too few of tb« boys who spend 1 their vacation in the wilderness stodycace- enough the methods adopted by persons of exfenshre camping experience There is no pleasure in a holiday spent in the wilderness unless the campers understand how to make themselves comfortable and to avoid the confusion and discomforts which fall to the lot of the ordinary greenhorn. Yet the whole thing is very easy to learn. For those who do not want to think out the subject for themselves let SEEDS. SEEDS! BUFFALO FORK. BUFFALO FORKS, Sept. 4—.A mistake was mudo in regard to tho dimensions of Mr. Myors' burn. It is 2(ixO-l instead of 10x04 us atutod in tho papers of two wooks ago. Miss Rose McNeil is touching tho full torm of tho Hurt school, commencing' Monday of this week. Miss MyraChipman invited her young fWondstoa quilting lust Saturday to colobrate her birthday. Mr, und Mrs. Rufus Davison of southern Iowa ivro visiting their mother ana other relatives in this vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Colt of Worcester, Haas., uro visiting their daughter, Mrs! There is a rumor that Jake Miers has j me gire a few suggestions as the result of my own experience for a number of years of camp life, as wen as the experience of a large number of friends of mine. 1 always use a Norfolk jacket—called in this country Oxford jacket, or belted coat—made loose, of strong homespun, and capable of being worn open when it is warm, or belted tight when the weather is cold. This coat looks quite eportemanlike. Tbe cap is a matter of choice, but I like best the deer stalker, which receives in this country the rather obvious name of fore-and-after. It should be of the same color and material as the coat To be thoroughly de rigueur for wild life the camper should wear homespun or corduroy knickerbockers, with black or gray stockings, unless the region where he places his camp ia badly plagued by mosquitoes, when he had better wear trousers, as the fly pests will put their bills clean through the stockings. The stockings should be of wool and ribbed. For lying about the camp, canoeing, boating or light tramping, thin yellow leather and sometimes canvas shoes might be used, but for all heavy work there is nothing like a solid boot, roomy, with wide sole and wide heel, laced tightly about the ankle and resembling the old fashioned English shooting boot For underwear woolen is far the best, because, while not over warm, this material rapidly throws off all moisture. I should advise wool for outer as well as inner shirts, and the former should be of color which will not too easily show wught the agricultural warehouse ol lenry Miller and .will start a livery aarn soon. Mrs. S. C. Plait and children took the rain ]a»l week /or Secor. IJ1.. for a •isit with relatives. Tbe Central Elevator company, in heir lawsuit with John Meire< before uslice Hanna. appealed their case to higher court. B. F. Miller of Livermore was in xiwn, Monday, on hi» new wheel. There was a scrap on our street* Sat- rday. 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Having had 25 years' experience in the manufacture of boots and shoes I can with confidence sure my patrons that for quality of material and style of finish these goods have no superior in our market. Prices to suit the limes. JNO. SHAKP. South Dodge-st.,.AlgQna. 18 A Mystery Kxplained. The papers contain frequent notices of rich, pretty, add educated girls eloping with negroes, tramps, and coachmen. The well-known speclal- IKI, Dr. Kranklln Miles, says all such girls are more or less hysterical, nervous, Impulsive, unbalanced; usually subject to headache, neuralgia, HleeplBHRness, Immoderate crying or laughing These show a weak nervous system for which therti Is no remedy equal to Kestoratlve Nervine. Trial buttles nml a line book, containing miiny marvelous cures, free at V. W. Dlngley's. who nlso sells and guarantees Dr. Miles' celebrated New Heart Cure, the Hnest of heart tonics. Cures fluttering, short breath, etc. 8 * 1/elglit of Cruelty. 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Dlngley's drug store. Timothy seed, Red clover seed, Mammoth clover seed, White clover seed, Oil cake meal. Lawn and orchard grass,. German millet seed, Alsyke seed, Blue grass seed, Red top seed, Canada field seed. Stock food, Seed flax, seed wheat, Seed oats, seed corn, AT J. J. WILSON'S. A Woraau'a Reason. He—Darling, why are you such a tease? She—Because I'm educated up to it, suppose. He—I dou't understand you, She—Well, I wore my tea gown nearly all day, then wont to a tea in a T cart, and afterward to a choir rehearsal, whore we practiced a Te Deum for two liours.—Pittaburg Bulletin, An Aero of Ilanaima, An acre of bananas will support twenty-five times as many persons as an acre of wheat; 1,000 square feet of land, grow- .ng bananas, will produce 4,000 pounds of nutritious substance; the same space dovoted to wheat or potatoes will produce only thirty-three pounds of wheat or ninety-nine pounds of potatoes.—Current Literature. The return which the education department presented to the two houses of >arliainent shows that there are 4,7U ward schools, 11,033 schools maintained >y the Church of England, 551 by the Wesleyans, 046 by the Roman Catholics, ind the undenominational schools number 1,865. The depth at which aome of the Belgian coal mines are worked is something prodigious. In a pit at. Flenu the work now done at 8,700 feet; in a pit at Fremerin at 2,800 feet, and in the St. Andre pit, at Moutigny-sur-Sambre, at J.OOO feet. Analysis of individual beets indicate Jmt maturity, more than size, determines the sugar contents of the beet, A igh weight of leaves, as compared with the roots, was no evidence of higher ugar contents, but rather the reverse. From the Hindoos the Egyptmna and no Persians learned to use cotton for lothing, but the Persians at first wn- 4oye4 it only in tbe vestments of stains. The drawers should be of the same material as the inner shirt. Two inner and two outer shirts, two pairs of drawers and, if possible, two pairs of trousers or knickerbockers—or better still, a pair of each—with one jacket, will be sufficient Don't forget bandkeruhiefs. light socks, and any kind of belt that yon prefer. THE KIT. Be careful in making up your kit. If yon have long and rough travel and any portaging never take a box, no matter bow many patents are attached to it or bow convenient it may look on the tradesman's counter. It is inconvenient to curry in a boat and impossible to carry through the woods, i know nothing better than a good substantial bag, made of oiled canvas, thoroughly watertight, and arranged so it can be laced snugly together. 1 have seen leather bags also which served the purpose admirably. Ench camper requires n pair of blankets, gray or dark red; the clothing-1 tiavo mentioned, say, two large crash towels, soap, small hand glass, comb and brush, tooth brush and paste, needles, thread, thimbles and buttons, a couple of pairs ot old kid gloves, a pair ..of scissors, pocket knife, belt sheath and sheath mife, a small bottle of arnica, bottle of Jamaica ginger, a "book" of court plaster, a bottle of citrate of magnesia in powder, and two of three bottles of laxative pills, as advised by physician. I would not advise spirits, except a bottle of excellent brandy, to be used only after a severe wetting and when there are indications that a cold has set in. If you propose to camp at some place far away from a grocery store you must, of coarse, take your provisions along, and here comes the most troublesome part of your, camping outfit. You must have tea, coft'ee and sugar, sirup, bag of salt, biscuits, pepper, mustard, vinegar and curry. I am a strong advocate of canned food for the camp, and in this form should have beef, lobster, salmon, tongue and perhaps tomatoes and corn. Butter is also necessary, but, if possible, get it from the nearest farm house. Better tako along also a bag of "prepared" flour, buckwheat and rice, if you wish, and, above all, some tins of good condensed milk. Condensed coffee is also an excellent article. You can have also prepared soups, chocolate, etc., which add to the luxury of camp life. But be careful about overweighing your baggage. Each camper should have a tin plate and cup, a spoou, a knife and a fork, ran CAMP. The camp should have a frying pan, three graduated tin kettles, the larger with the capacity of a gallon or more, and one fitting closely into the other; an ax for heavy chopping is necessary, and it would be well to have a small hatchet for light work. A pocket compass is indispensable, as are also parlor matches. There is no comfort in camping unless you take a tent, and the "A" structure, strong cotton, in my judgment, is best. One eight by ten feet and six feet high will accommodate six persona Better take along your ridge pole and tent pins, and always have an ample supply of cord. It is well to take tent pins, because sometimes you are suddenly overtaken by u rain storm, or you reach the camping ground after dark, and it is inconvenient or impossible to obtain tent [rius. Never take crockeryware, for it ia sure to break and heavy to carry. Sufficient attention is not always given » camp site. In choosing the spot several considerations should weigh. 'It should be near wood and water, and, while secluded, should command a view of the most picturesque parts pf its aqr- rpnndingi!.—New York Herald. Cloths and Trimmings. J. K. FILL & SOX, Merchant Tailors A full stock of cloths and trimmings always kept on hanO, and furnished at as low rates as can be bought elsewhere. All work done promptly. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. Come and see ns before placing your order. will be to your advantage. It 7. SO3ST. Dealer In all binds of N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. Oil Furniture, Picture Frames, Looking glasses, chromos, and all kinds of ready-made coffins. Hearse for public use Headquarters for the best SEWINC MACHINES AND ORGANS. F. L. PARISH'S Hardware and Tin Shop, Special attention given to all kinds of repairing, including Guns, Pumps, and Gasoline Stoves, Clotliss etc. Am also prepared to put in furnaces and do plumbing and gas-pipe fitting; AND IRON AND TIN ROOFING. Prompt attention will be given to all work in my line. Shop south of court house. H. A. SESSIONS, DEALER IN ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY.—In District Court, October Term, 1891.—Stella E. Reed against J. C. Ayres and Mllla Ayres. To J. C. Ayres and Milla Ayres, defendants: ^ou are hereby notified that on or before the flfsj^aj of October. 1891, a petition of the plaintiff in the above-entitled action will be filed in the office of the clerk of said court, asking that a commissioner be appointed to re lease a certain mortgage executed by H. D. McDonald and Sarah J. McDonald, husband and wife, to J. C. Ayres, on the 28th day of November, 1871, and recorded in Book "C'' of mortgages on page 250. in the recorder's office of Kossuth county. Iowa, and asking that you be forever estopped and barred:feom claiming or having any interest adverse to plaintiffs or those obtaining title through herto the north half of the southeast quarter" of Section 10, and the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 10, air in Township 05, Range 27, in Kossuth county, Iowa, upon which land said mortgage was given: and unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the first day of the next October term of said district court, to be begun and boldenat the court house in Algona, Iowa, In said county, on the 13th day of October. 18H1. default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon. 2-U4 B. F. REED, Plaintiffs Attv. ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP KOSSUTH County, Iowa.—October Term, 1891.—Mary Watson, plaintiff, vs. Henry Watson, defendant. To Henry Watson, defendant: You are hereby notified that a petition of the plaintiff in the above-entitled action is now filed in the office of the clerk of said court, claiming of you a divorce from the bonds of matrimony on account of truel and inhuman conduct; and unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the next October term of said district court, to be begun and holden at the court house in AlgonaT in said county, on the 13th day of October, 1891, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon. „,. . GEO. E. CLARKE, 24M Atty. for Plaintiff. Administrator's Notice of Final Proof, IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Kinsey Carlon, deceased. To all the heirs or creditors of the above- named estate: You are hereby notified that on or before the first day of October, 1801 said executor will file with the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, his final report and ask to be discharged: and you are further notified that all objections thereto must be filed with said clerk on or before the first day ' of said term of said court, which will convene and be holden at Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, on the lath day of October, 1891. or said report will be approved and said executor dis charged and his bonds released. 24t3 C. B. HUTOHINS, Executor. DP. Hathaway. D* H. HADLEY, M. D.. Assistant. (BegnUr Graduates. Beglnered.) Tt» teadln* Specialist of th» EH rate. Blood, Skin »nd Narrow Dtae euet. • wbobrthelroinisca or imprudence or fol- 17 suffer from. Ho TOO« Debility-.. Er- bsa«tuigdr»!ntopoa' the fountains of rife*. •fleeting the ml body and m»nl •noald conjolt t&9 celebrated Dr. Halt? »way at once. 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Bend for Symptom Blank No. 3 for Skin Diseases. fAilff^SS^S?? 0 A n *J e . red Promptly. ~ • Address or call on - ,,. Cor. 4th aad Net> - N. HATHAWAY, Tfi. D., ad Net>r»uki» Su.. Sioux City, Zsw MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES, Granite or Marble, ALGONA, IOWA. Satisfaction guaranteed In all cases. JOHN EDWARDS, Feed, and Sale Stable, South of Tennant House, - - XO-W.6.. My rigs are all first class, and I will do what is right to secure a share of the trade. Also owner of the stallions— BLACKWOOD AND BILLY LEE. Blackwood by Blaokwood jr, ; dam Mag by Henry Clay (8), time 3:45 to road wagon. * Billy Lee by Gen. Lee, by Qreen's Bashaw 50 ; dam Belle Wilson, a racing mare. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY SS —In the District Court. To all whom it may concern: Take notic that there was filed in the office of the clerk o the district court of Kossnth county, on th 27th day of August, 1891, an instrument bea ing date the 7th day of March, 1891, and pui porting to be the last will and testament of C Henry Munch, late of said couuty, deceasec was produced and publicly read by me, an that the second day of the next term of sal court, to be holden on the 13th day of October 1891, at the court house in Algona, aforesaic has been fixed for proving said will; and at o'clock p. m. of-the day above mentioned al persons interested are hereby notified and re quired to appear in said court and show cause If any they have, why said instrument shoul not be probated and allowed as and for th last will and testament of said deceased Dated Algona, Iowa, Aug. 27, 1891. .„.„ A. A. BRUNSON, 23t3 Clerk of the District Court. Q. DEALER IN LTJ3ST33, REAL ESTATE, Lands bought and sold on commission. - ticular attention given to care and sale of real Par- estate In Kossuth and adjoining counties. Act for German Ins. Co., Freeport, 111. Passage tickets to old countries at lowest rates. DO YOU WANT AH AUCTIONEER? 33, .A.. AUCTIONEER, TAX SALE NOTICE. t ,J°,?f astusA>Benson: Yo " are hereby no tifled that on the 3d day of December, 1888 the treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, at a tax sale at the court house in Algona, in saic county, sold the followlng-described real es tate, situated in said county, to A. D. Clarke for the delinquent taxes thereon, viz- Th( southeast quarter of Section 0, in Township No.98,northofHange 29 west 5th P. M., lo wa, for the taxes of 1887, and that the certifl cate of sale thereof has been duly assigned to the undersigned, who is the owner and holder thereof; and that the right of redemption wil expire and a deed be signed by the treasurer of safd county conveying said premises to the undersigned in pursuance of the statute in such cases made and provided, unless redemp tion from such sale be made within ninety ^? s » r P m , the completed service of this notice Dated Algona, Iowa, Sept. 8,1891 """"'' GEO. ~ " S4t3 E. CLARKE, Holder of Certificate. tat fl tate, «n« A ,P r °P ert y. make collections, etc. All business of a private nature strictly confidential. Office with F. M. Taylor, over Howard's. F. M. BIIONSON, Watches and Jewelry, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE, Silver-plated ware, and all kinds of goods in his line. Repairing promptly done. At Frank Bros.' store. TAX SALE NOTICE. Morrison: You are hereby notified j 3d day of December, 1888, the treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, at a tax sale held at the court house In Algona, In said """"*" °"' H the following-described real es in said county, to A. D. Clarke X L « v 4"U1S." ullu ? Ilt *a x es thereon, viz: The undivided three-eighths of the east half of the northwest quarter of Section 33, in Township No. 100, north of Range No, 28 west of the 5tE SiJfi' t wa ';' or , the taxes of 1887, and that the certificate of sale tkereof has been duly as- ftened to theundersigned, who is the owner and holder thereof; and that the right of redemption will expire and a deed be signed by the treasurer of said county conveyim: said Prfrn'ses tothe undersigned in pursuance of ihe statute in such cases madu and provided, Su£? s "-dopptlou from such salb to made o^this notice' S fr ° 1U tUa cow l )letea service Dated Algona, Iowa, Sent. 8,1801. 0 .., QEO. E. CLARKE, ~*" Holder of GertiUeate. Co,'s For fVRRY DUTY, aoo-.v9ii.u4UPPl.IM. >"•»«• I»e»ler f«r Them. ORIGINAL NOTICE, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE of Iowa, in and f Or Kossuth County .-Oct£ cou.rt of the state of Iowa, Kossuth county, the petition of »r e above-entitled cause; praying hat she be granted a divorce from the bonds or matrimony on the ground of desertion; and that unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the October term, 1801, of 8»W court, wtioh will com- ™e=ce at Algona on the 13th day of October, 1801, default will Centered against you and judgment rendered thereon. S. S. SESSIONS. JEWEL ASOLENE STOVES ARE THE BEST. Made in 45 Styles, BICES FROM $4.OO TO $33.00. SOLD EVERYWHERE. INQUIRE OF YOTni DEAUSK. GEORGE HADE BY M. CLARK Chicago. CO., LOUIS LESSING, Agent. W ANTFD SALESMEN; Local •n.lM J. &LJ and traveling to represent our well-known house. You need no capital to represent a firm that warrants nursery stock true to name. ^"Work all the year; 8100 lonth to the right man. Apply quick, stat- ng age. L. L. MAY H & CO., Nurserymen, Florists, and Seedsmen, , , ST. PAUL, MINN. (This house Is responsible.) 23t8- K IDD'S GERM EKADICATOK" Positively cures all diseases—because it kills ,11 germs, bacteria, parasites, microbes, and .nimalculffl in the system, which the promi- lent physicians in convention agreed, was the ause of all disease. The air, water, vegeta- les and fruit are full of these little worms, auslng catarrh, consumption, diabetes, and Bright's disease, cancers, tumors, and all so- ailed incurable diseases. (Never known to ail to cure consumption, catarrh, kidney roubles and syphilis.) Retailed in IS, *3, and u sizes, sent anywhere on receipt of price, 'his is the only genuine article; all others are angerous counterfeits. Dr. Sheetz issues :uarantees to cure all ailments for Kidd's ierm Eradlcator for the manufacturers. U fortunfih»T«b«enm<d«»t work for ui, by Amu I'nBo. Auitin, "'•*••, lutl Jno. Bonn,'Toledo, Ohio, ft cm.' Oiliwvredulngni well. Whjr lot }«u'l Some r«rn oxr f 600.00 • ?n(li. Von c«udo tbe work andllvf huniv, nlivrevvr you «re. Eren bt- , . n«r« are mill/ eamtaie from 9| to thonryouhow . fc lu iparp tim* or all I lie Unto. III? money for work- 10«U«jr. Alllffl. Wit •nd CUrt you. Cm wprfc lu ip •n. Kallurt unknown amoQf th*m. ' V/TONEY TO LOAN— •"-*• ON RAILROAD LANDS. Persons wanting to borrow money on rail • oad lands will do weU to call at the KossutU ounty Dank and bring their contracts. VfONEY FURNISHED— *-*- AT SEVEN PER CENT. INTEREST. At Kossuth County Bank. Apply <it once. EGAL BLANKS— •f Buy them at the Upper Dus Molues oittee and got (Ue mast approved forms.
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