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Algona, Iowa
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THE XJPfJBH DES MOtNES! ALGONA/ IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1899 fHIRIf-TBlBC tBAR, 6Y mottAM A WARRBN. !)->]*-«. ..-.••-•-• - -. -'-.--' - ' --- •••... -..-•.-• '.--I--'--t-'^ T«frms to £ub«eribers. One Copy, otte year. 11.60 Ofleeopy.slx months ,. .*....... 75 On* copy< three months 40 Sent to any address at above rates. Remit by draft, money order, or express or- Kates of advertising sent on application. •'Patent* 1 Sheets. Discussing one phase of the "patent" sheet business, or the making of the foreign side of the average country Weekly, the Spirit Lake Beacon says: Commenting on the inferior character of the ready prints, the State Regfster notes to commend the action of northwest Missouri publishers who have combined to issue their own "patents." This impractical enterprise will not endure. It will suffer in business management and will languish for want of editorial vigor and direction. The country publisher will be delivered from the cupidity of the plate publisher and the stupidity of the plate editor when men of means and editorial experience and ability embark in this work as a private enterprise. This is an Inviting field for the right sort of talent. Cheapness is not the only—not even the prime condition. If the country publishers were getting satisfactory servlcethrough the delivery of hright up-to date matter there would be room for little complaint. It Is when he sees within such easy reach of well manipulated shears a wealth of entertaining or helpful reading that he turns to his stale plates and dull patents "too full of wrath to swear." Bro. Fuuk Is probably right in hie conclusions; at least we are Inclined to concede much to him by reason of his long experience as a publisher and his uniform sound judgment on matters In general and newspaper making In particular. And yet we are not wholly satisfied that an association of publishers could not be formed whereby the making of co-operative sheets might be inaugurated which would be vastly superior to those now being furnished. Cheapness, as Bro. Funk says, is not the prime consideration. If the publishers of country papers ever attempt a solution of the problem on this basis they must keep steadily in mind the one fact that they are not trying to compete, so far as price is concerned, with the stale plate matter that makes up the average patent sheet. Quality must be the first object, and this, combined with an up-to-date seryice on the score of freshness of matter, would surely win In the long run as against the week-old matter with which we are now compelled to submit. This matter of a publishers' association for the purpose named has been agitated to some extent in northwestern Iowa, but enough objections apparently valid have thus far been raised against It to • prevent the culmination of anything tangible. We imagine that the chief complaint of the country publisher against the poor service rendered comes largely from the fact that the business of the patent publisher has been reduced to a mere commercial affair, and having degenerated into simply dollar getting, It is not to be wondered at that the country publisher has a sudden attack of the tired fooling whenever he finds it necessary to gaze upon the patent side of his own paper. It seems to bo no longer a question of how good, but rather one of how cheap, and with this as the sole object of the patent publisher we shall wait a long time for anything better from him. The Democrats. Six of the eleven members of the democratic state central committee met in Des Moines last week and selected that as the place for holding their next state convention. No date was fixed, but that matter was left in the hands of Chairman Townsend and Secretary Huffman. Cato Sells will he temporary chairman of the convention. It is said the determination of the committee not to fix the date at this meeting is a clear victory for the 16 to 1 element of the party. It means that the date will be decided upon after a conference with J, B. Weaver, who Is a warm friend of both the chairman and secretary, and an attempt will be made to hold simultaneous conventions for the purpose of fusion. BRO. BAILEY wants to send Tiede, the Belmond merchant who gave the editorial association at Eagle Grove such a good paper on the value of ad vertising, to the legislature. It would really seem too bad to spoil so good a business man as Tiede In that way. SPAIN swore in another cabinet the other day, As a matter of fact Spain lias been doing little else than swear Jng for some months. JN Des Moines there will soon be a peculiar tangle. Justice Tris is on the west side, In taking a change of venue the law says a case shall be taken to the nearest justice. The two other justices are on the east side with offices exactly opposite each other on the same Street. The problem now arises as to wbioh one is the nearest. It looks as J| one or the other will have to move up toward the bridge to settle the controversy. .:-...^.. .: "^g are hpunj to give Mr. Bryan r sound sense at least once in JJfe. He was on one of his speaking last week, when a well-meaning bjjtjjjieguided young woman in a Texas Iftwfi requested the distinction of being tdiitjl by $ fee. Nebraska orator, to •>, ;• - i he very promptly replied thatbienatne was not Hobson'. The report days he was for the moment flushed, Hut finally Summoned sufficient courage to protect himself from becoming famous along that line. Hobson was a hero, but he came dangerously near losing the respect of the American people through a series of nauseating osculatory performances. ^ I* is announced that Admiral Dewey is about to leave Manila for the United States, probably to remain. If anybody is entitled to a vacation it is the plucky admiral who smashed the stuffing out of the Spanish fleet in Manila harbor. _ THE auditorium In Des Moines is now a sure thing. Architects will make plans at once, and the work will go forward without delay. The Milwaukee Railway company gave $500 toward the project. AN effort is being made to change tho date of the republican state convention from Aug. 8, because it conflicts with a meeting of the Knights of Pythias on the same date, It seems there is an irrevocable law of the Knights that when a date for a meet- Ing is once set it cannot bo changed. H. G. McMillan, former stale chairman, was in Des Moines Monday, and concerning the proposed change said that he could see no good reason for changing the date of the convention. He says that it will be a bad policy. He regrets that the occasions fall on the same dates, but he said ho thought the committee can hardly make the change at this time. The committee attempted or did make a change once and it did not result satisfactorily. Mr. McMillan said that he recognized the fact that many who are prominent in the party are also most prominent in the lodge, but there are many in the former who are not in the latter, and in justice to them the date should not be changed, in'his opinion. The committee might properly have considered the matter when in session to avoid the conflict. IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD. W. B. Arnold is making arrangements to have all his buildings at the park painted white this spring, which will add much to their appearance. West Bend Journal: Frank Freedon was taken to Algona Wednesday to be examined as to his sanity, but up to going to press we have not . learned the result. Stilson, over in Hancock county, has had a preacher by the name of Failure, who has recently shaken the dust ol that town from his feet. The name is suggestive. Armstrong Journal: Rev. A. C. Damon, pastor of the Free Methodist church of Algona, Iowa, is assisting Rev. John Button of this place in tho meetings this week. Livermore Gazette: Algona's $830 lecture course cost the ticket holdei just 15 cents per entertainment, and they came out $20 ahead. Thus the Algona editors 'were not put to the inconvenience of blacking their faces and assisting in a home talent minstrel show to help the affair out of debt. Rev. J. O. Thrush of Spencer has received a call from the Congregational church of Webster City, and has the same under consideration. Tho News says: The people of his own church and the city and country generally would greatly regret to see Mr. Thrush leave Spencer. The prospects for the Hotel Orleans being opened this season are not very good. The Estherville Republicar says: It will require about $50,000 to repair the building and get things ii shape, and the company is very much in doubt whether it will pay to go to that expense, considering the low stage of the water in Spirit Lake. It is set' tied, however, that all of tho buildinp will not be opened. It may be deoidec to put part of it in shape and have it in readiness for the fishing season. THE MONTH'S MAGAZINES. Admiral Sampson has written foi the April Century an illustrated article fully describing the work of "The Atlantic Fleet in the Spanish War," and drawing its lessons. The more important features of this paper are a plan setting forth the character of the blockade of Santiago har bor; maps showing the relative positions from day to day of Cervera, Schley, and Sampson; and a series of birds-eye plans of the engagement of July 3, showing the positions of the vessels at different stages of the fight. In a foot-note th'o Admira tells this good story: "As we passed the Teresa and Oquendo, a Spanish sailor was seen- struggling in the water on the seaward side of the New York. In response to his calls for help, one of the crow seized the chaplain's reading deslc, which was stpwec on the main dock in the passage between the two cabins, and which had a cross showing on it. As lie did so, he cried oir grimly, 'Cling to the cross and you'll be saved!' The Spaniard followed instruc tions, and was saved." .Toliii Dillon. John Dillon's new play, in which the popular comedian appears to such advantage, is meeting with splendid success, artistically and financially. It appeals directly to the audience who come to be amused, not to worry over a lot of sorrow and woe., There is enough of that In every day life. True, there is enough of the dramatic element in "Bartlett's Road to Seltzerville" to form a plot, but it is a funny plot. No impossible villian with murderous intentions, or hysterical female searching for. her lost -che-ild." Juet a happy old chap who tries to get married., and a lot of relatives trying to prevent his marriage. The fun is the result of per- 'ectly natural situations, and the play is an immense hit everywhere. Mr. Dillon's date is Wednesday, March 22. tP lean at 5 per cent, { A, p, OI^BKB & co. NEW MlLJTlBf OOMPAflt. Muster In Tonight with Nearly Fifty Members. Company F as reorganized is going to have a large membership. The en* listments up to date number nearly fifty, and the probability is that several more will join soon. Out of this number all but four or five are from Algona. Dr. Morse has been busy the last few days making physical examinations and enrolling the applicants, and the mustering in, which occurs at the court house this evening under the direction of Adjt.-Gen. Byers, will show a fine body of men. One peculiarity about the present enlistment is the fact that but very few are so young as to need parents' consent, which means that the company will be made up almost wholly of men who will be fit for active service and lots of it In case they should be called out. Election of officers will take place as soon as the company is mustered In. Following Is the roster up to date: Algona — Lewis Halverson, W. E. H. Morse, George E. Nelson, Wesley E. Lamson, Arthur B. Evans, C. A. Coh- enor, Elbert B. Tuttle, Geo. E. Spongberg, Chas. H. Taylor, Wm. F. Baldwin, Henry M. Dally, Ed. 'Richardson, Albert M. Brewster, Ellison E. Black- Ford, John Peterson, Raymond E. Ward, Walter E. Ward, Henry C. Rlssum, Fred W. Lorenz, Jas. E. Peterson, Elbert C. Tuttle, Chas. E. Dutcher, Leslie E. Sawvel, Arthur P. Young, John Perkins, Roy Carpenter, Joseph Best- enlehner, Ernest S. Jones, Geo. W. Wright, Edward P. Wilson, Frank Echt, Wm. H. Gilbrido, Clyde E. Thnckeray, Monroe C. Miller, John Scherer, Geo. H. Parker, Geo. H. Brooks, Herman Bossingbam. Burl— Wm. Goodlad, John H. F. Sundermeyer. Corwith — Geo. Mahoney, H. C. Frlesner. Ames — F. A. Underwood. SEVERAL NEW CITIZENS. An ISveii Thirteen Got Second 1'npern —Three Have First. During the present term of court Judge Quurton has granted second papers to an even thirteen who have made application to become naturalized. He believes in a rigid examination and puts the applicant through a course ol sprouts that proves a good test, not only as to his intentions but his qualifications and understanding of the American system of government. His catechism includes a variety of subjects. Following are the names of those who have been given second papers: Gustav Zabel, Lorenz Ranier, Ernest Blinlc- man, Adolph Lorenz, B. E. Lorenz, Wm. Stompe, Geo. Ukenti, KnuteThor son, Herman Gade, Nicholas Veydert Peter Tbilges, Chus. Carlson, Sam, Pederson. In addition to these G. Ranier, Joe Ludwig, and Frank We.ydert have tak en out first papers. MONDAY'S SCHOOL ELECTION. n tents or out of doors, now the railroad gangs use nails to build shanties all over the United States. Then they used 'em to nail up the foreclosure signs, now they use 'em to nail up the sign, " Money to loan on all kinds of >roperty, 3 to 8 per cent, interest." Then they used 'em to nail up the flag of populism and despondency in Kansas and the sage brush, jack rabbit, cayuse, drouth stricken parts of the west, and now they are using 'em to nail old glory .0 the four corners of Christendom and ,o nail bigotry, cruelty, and Spanish )arbariem in coffins to stay there till )he crack of doom. Then they used em to hang hats on while the wearers paused to weep, now everybody has <hree hats and some shirts too to hang on 'em, while they kick up their heels and shout "Glory to God in the highest" and whistle Yankee Doodle. Then democrats with good " nails" used'em ,o scratch their own eyes out for hav- ng voted for Grover Cleveland. Now democratic editors use 'em to scratch iheir hind legs In an effort to stimulate ihelr brains enough to know whether ,hey are populists or what the devil they are. From the latest advices, darling brother, we learn that nails are just the same price In the north part of " reenland that they have been for several years. Give us something hard. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS. Mrs. E, A. Hill and children of Green Mountain, IOWH, are visiting at W. C. Wheeler's. Mrs. Hill is a sister of Mrs. Guy Grove. J. T. Chrlschilles went from Burlington to Chicago, and will also visit Minneapolis before his return. E. J. Murtagh reached home last week from his western trip. He visited Spokane and saw the former Algona people located there. He thinks J. M. Comstock will be the Marshall Field of the west inside of ten years, and is satisfied that Spokane is the best western city he saw and that it has a great future. E. H. Warren could spare but a day with his Algona friends last week, and started. Thursday evening for his home at Spearfish, S. Dak. He is one of the Black Hill members of the South Dakota legislature, and succeeded in getting a fine appropriation for the state normal school in his town. He was also chairman of the appropriations committee, something of a distinction for a new member. Gardner Cowles uticl ,T. T. ClirlscMl- lenl3l€!Cled Members of the Hoard. Interest centered in the school elec tion Monday. There were four names presented—good men, all of them—anc the contest was spirited but good-nat ured, the friends of each ticket using their best efforts to secure votes for the men of their choice. The polls wore opened atl p. m. in the county super intendent's office, and by 6 o'clock there were 478 votes oust—a large vote for Algona at a school election. Fol lowing are the figures for each candi date: Gardner Cowlea 858 J. T. Chrischillos 305 E, V. Swotting ISC J. W. Robinson 122 This elects Gardner Cowles and J. T Chrischilles for three-year terms. E J. Gil more had a clear field and was elected treasurer without opposition. Mr. Cowles has been on the boarc during the past three years, and is rec ognized as one of its most valued mem bers. Mr. Chrischilles will come to his work with a good knowledge of the needs of the district, and it Is predict ed he will become a useful member. I should be said of the other candidates that neither wanted the office, though both would have been acceptable mem bers of the board. Just before the polls closed a motion was carried levying-$4,000 for schoo purposed, and another authorizing the board to soil the small building on the new school house site. What Is n Kid, Anyway? Livermoro Gazette: Some words are defined in Webster's dictionary in i very unexpected manner. It was no long ago that Evangelist Oakes was making some extravagant statements from the Methodist pulpit here—as evangelists sometimes will—and among; other things he unmercifully scorec parents for referring to their children as "kids." This led to the Gazette calling the reverend gentleman's atten tion to the definition of " kid" as laic down in standard dictionaries. Anc now it seems that a Kansas man has run against the same obstacle. Al Caldwell, Kan., the other day, a man sued his neighbor for referring to his child as a "kid." When thecasecame up in court, a Webster's dictionary was produced and "kid" was there defined as "a young child or infant. The plaintiff paid the costs, and went forth a sadder but wiser man. BAILEY ON NAILS, A Little Souud Souse for the Courier —Nails Now and Then, " And now nails have gone up another 30 cents a keg. That makes a total raise of 80 cents a keg since the organization of the trust." Poor old Auntie Hibohon of the Algona Courier writes the above, and we now take our pen in hand and hasten to ejaculate. During the democratic administration nails were used chiefly to hang the empty dinner pails on. Now ey are building Tjtonkas, .Woden's and Crystal Lakes with 'em, Then ihey vjsed. 'em to nail up factories, now jhey are using them to build new fao- odes, Then (bey patched freight oars vith 'em, now (hey use 'em jp build tie. W Musical Instruction. Mr. L. F. Burnett of Spencer, a graduate of the New England Conservator} of Music, Boston, Mass., will give private instruction in voice culture or Tuesdays of each week at the home o Mrs. A. D. Fern. Mr. Burnett hashac a wide experience as a teacher and singer, and has the reputation of doing very excellent work. A number of pu pils have been enrolled, and it is hopec that many more will avail themselves of this opportunity. 51t2 FOB SALE—Two pure - bred young Jersey cows, both fresh, warranted al right. Will sell cheap to make room in barn. See them and test them. 5112 J. B. WINKEL. DRESSMAKING done by Miss Amj Ward, Residence first house north o J. B. Winkel's sewing machine office. PROFESSIONAL. •w-*—^^^^^-^x-*.^>.^Vj^^^^^x^-v^^x~sX-»- CLARKE & COHENOOR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over First National bank, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Collection agent. Boston block. DANSON & BUTLER, LAW. LOANS. LAND. Collections a specialty. Office over Qalbralth's. SULLIVAN & McMAHON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoxle-Fercuson bl jck. E. V. SWETTING, ATTONEY AT LA W, Algona, Iowa. J. 0. RAYMOND. B. O. HAYMON) Raymond & Raymond,* ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office over Durdall's store, Algona, Iowa FREDERICK M. CURTISS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office over Kossuth County State Bank, Algoua, Iowa. B. F. REED, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: South rooms over Durdall's store, Algona, Iowa. F. L. TRIBON, M. D., Homeopathic. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence In the Boston Block (In the uew block.) H. C. McCOY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUR&EON. Office at residence, McGregor street. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Algona, Iowa* M. J. KENEFICK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office and residence over Taylor's, DR. MARGARET E. COLES, HomeopatMe PhysMan and Surgeon Office and residence in Boston Block, ALGONA, IOWA. PENTIST, A. L. RI$T< D t D, S, anaesthetic foi t. P. HAGGARD. O. t. PBBK Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Smlth.l Abstracts, Lvca.1 r state AND Collections, ALGONA, IOWA. or 1 OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE. ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION. DBS MOINES, Iowa, Feb. 23, 1800. Whereas, The Wisconsin Fire Insurance company, located at Milwaukee, In the state of Wisconsin, has filed In this office a sworn statement of its condition on the 31st day of December, 1898, In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 4, Title 0, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance companies; and whereas, said statement shows that said Insurance company has complied with the laws of this state relating to Insurance, therefore, n pursuance of law, I, Frank F. Merrlam, auditor of state of the state of Iowa, do hereby :ertlfy that said Insurance company Is author zed to transact the business of fire Insurance in the state by agents properly appointed, as required by law until the 1st day of March, A. D. 1000. I further certify that the state ment shows — 1st. The actual amount of paid- ip capital of said company, Dec. 31, 1808, to be ..................... 8200,00000 2d. The aggregate amount of the assetts of said company, Dec. 31, 1808, to be ....... ................. 270,30870 3d. The aggregate amount of lia- slllties of said company, Including ;ho amount required to safely re nsure all outstanding risks, Dec. 31, 1808, to be ...................... 258,11515 4th. The aggregate Income of said company for the year 1898. . . 84,411 91 5th. The aggregate expenditures of said company for the year 1898 55,509 80 in testimony whereof, I have hereunto sub scribed my name and affixed the seal of my office the flay and date above written. FRANK F. MEIUIIAM, Auditor of State. LEGAL NOTICES. N^N^S h X^-X^>*X-s^>^>_^/'N^^ ORIGINAL NOTICE. To Jeremiah Manning, Timothy Manning John Manning und Mary Manning: You are hereby notified that there is now on fil in the office of the cleric of the district cour of Kossuth county, Iowa, the petition of th plaintiff, Mary Manning, in which sh states that she is the owner in fee simple o the north half of the southwest quarter o section seven in township number ninety seven, north range number twenty-nine west of the fifth P. M., in Kossuth county Iowa, and praying that the title to said rea estate be quieted in her, and that you b barred and forever estopped from havini or claiming any right or title thereto acl verse to the plaintiff. You are also notiflec that unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the nex April term, A. D., 1899, of said court, whio' will commence on tne 24th day of Apri A. D., 1899, default will be entered agains you and judgment rendered thereon a prayed for in said petition. DUFFY MAGUIRE, 53t4 Attorney for Plaintiff. MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION. Notice Is hereby given that the annual mv nlcipal election of the city of Algona, Iowa will be held on Monday, March 27, 1899 Polls will be open from 8 o'clock a. m., unt 6 o'clock p. m. Polling places in the dlfforeu wards as follows: First ward, Cleary bullc Ing; Second ward, skating rink; Third ware normal building; Fourth ward, sheriff's o flee. The following officers to be elected Mayor, solicitor, treasurer, and assessor. On councilman in First ward to succeed Alex White, one councilman in Second ward to su ceed S. E. McMahou, one councilman In Thir ward to succeed H. A. Paine, one councilma In Fourth ward to succeed E. E. Sayers. J. T. CHRISCHILLES, Mayor. Attest: J. L. DONAHOO, City Clerk. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of commission to me directed by the distric court of Kossuth county, Iowa, under the sea of the court, and duly attested by the cler thereof, empowering, authorizing, and direc lug me to sell the following described real ec tate, to-wit: The east half of Sec. No. Twen ty-two, and the west half of the northwes quarter and the northwest quarterof the south west quarter of Sec. No. Twenty-three, all 1 Township No. One Hundred North of Rang No. Twenty-eight West of the Fifth P. M Iowa; the said commission being Issued in th case wherein Leila A. Holstou was plaiutil and W. J. Burton et al. defendants, I will offe at public sale, to the highest and best bidder at the east door of the court house, In the tow of Algona, county of Kossuth, state of Iowa on the 18th day of March, A. D. 1800, at th hour of 2 o'clock P. M., allot the right, title and Interest in and to the said real estat above described, of Leila A. Holston and W., Burton, in pursuance of the decree of said dis trict court of Kossuth county, Iowa, in th premises. The terms of said sale to be on* half cash aud the balance payable one-half 1 one year's time and one-half in two years time, with interest at the rate of seven pe cent, per auuum, payable annually, and se cured by a first lien on said real estate, b mortgage; said mortgage to contain the usun covenants and provisions providing that upo non-payment of interest the whole amouu shall become due and payable at once, and fo reasonable attorney fees, and for the appoin ment of a receiver during foreclosure proceed ings; or the whole amount, at the option o the purchaser, to be paid at the time of ve ceiviug the deed for said real eltate. Witness my hand this 15th day of February A. D. 1890. E. H. CLARKE, 49tli Commissioner. Notice of Limited Partnership. Notice Is hereby given that E. E. Secor an H. G. Gardner, as general partners, aud G. S Gilbertsou, C. J. Thompson, F. W. Thompsoi and P. L. Kelley, as special partners, have o this 30th day of January, 18UO, entered Into limited partnership under the firm name o Secor & Gardner, each special partner con trlbutlug thereto the sum of $1,260, which ha been actually paid iu cash; that their prlnc pal place of business will be iu Tltonka, in th county of Kossuth, state of Iowa; and sal partnership may also transact business a such other place or places In the state of low as It may hereafter select; that the genera nature of the business Intended to be transact ed is banking In all Its branches and such oth er and further business as Is not luconsisteu with the laws of the state of Iowa; that thi limited partnership will terminate on the 30th day of January, 1004. E. E. SECOH, H. G. GAUDNBH, General Partners. G. S. GILBERTSON, 0. J. THOMPSON, P. W. THOMPSON, P. L. KELLKY, 4716 Special Partners. Notice to Heating Contractors, Notice is hereby given that the board of dl rectors of the Independent School District o Algona, Iowa, will receive bids until Moh. 14 1899, at 1 o'clock p. m., for h'eating the DOT high school building. Plans and speoifloa tlons may be seen at the office of the architects, Smith & Gutterson, in Des Moines and the secretary in Algona on and after Mch 1,1890. Heating bids to be accompanied by certifted checU of»75. The bparfl reserves the right to reject any Secretary. SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a pecial execution to me directed by the clerk ? the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, gainst the Roods, chattels, lands, tenements EC of Geo. D. Waterman, defendant, In favor ; H. McChesney, plaintiff, I will offer at pub- c sale, to the highest and best bidder for ash, at the door of the court house In the town of Algona, county of Kossuth, Iowa, on He 25th day of March, A. D. 1899, between tie hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. n said day, all of said Geo. D. Waterman's ight, title, and interest In and tothe follow- ne described real estate, situated In Kossuth *» % 94 37 94 27 94 27 94 27 04 27 94 27 94 27 94 27 94 27 94 27 94 27 94 27 94 27 94 27 04 27 , ^ See. nwqroTneqr 12 nhfneqr Jo whf neqr 17 nw qr nw qr 17 wqr swqr 17 18 19 19 nwqrse qr 24 wqr seqr 24 wqr swqr 26 iw qr nw qr 27 eqr seqr 27 nw qr ne qr 31 w qr nw qr ol ne qr sw qr 32 «qr seqr a* ieqr ne qr •&& iw qr sw qr 33 ehf neqr 34 nw qr nw qr 35 swqr nwqr 35 nwqr ne qr 0 neqr ne qr 15 neqr seqr 2J swqr nwqr J2 nw qr ne qr 33 sw qr sw qr 2 sw qr nw qr 5 nhf swqr » ne qr se qr 8 shfswqr 8 shf neqr 13 shf swqr 24 whf se qr 24 lie qr ne qr 20 nw qr nw qr 28 nhf swqr 29 shf sw qr 20 shf se qr 30 sw qr se qr 34 nw qr sw qr 30 seqr sear 7 whf sw qr 8 seqrswqr 8 se qr se qr 14 swqrseqr 15 seqrswqr 20 swqrswqr 22 n hf nw qr 3 se qr nw qr 3 nw qr ne qr 15 ehf ne qr 20 shf seqr of se qr 18 lotsl and 5 30 nw qr ne qr 36 nw qr ne qr 19 w hf swqr 19 sw qr se qr 20 seqrseqr 9 nv qr nwqr 17 se qr sw qr 17 seqr nwqr 25 e hf sw qr 25 ne qr sw qr 20 ne qr nw qr 30 se qr s w qr 12 neqr swqr 24 sw qr 17 nw qr mv qr 21 whfswqr ; 26 seqr seqr 30 sw qr sw qr 32 nhfneqr 35 w hf nw qr 35 seqr nwqr 35 Sale to commence at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day. Witness my hand this 4th day of March, A. D. 1800. S. P. CHRISTENSEN, ' 51t!i Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. 04 07 07 04 05 05 00 00 06 00 00 00 90 09 00 00 90 00 00 00 09 00 00 00 09 00 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 04 04 08 04 05 05 05 06 06 06 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 09 00 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a special execution to me directed by the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, against the' goods, chattels, lauds, tenements, etc., of Geo. D. * Waterman, defendant, in favor of Fred Banwart. plaintiff, I will CS*e_r at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, u,f cash, at tlie door of the court house In the town of Algona, county of Kossuth. Iowa, on the 25th day of March, A. D. 1899 between the hours of 9 o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. m. on said duy, all of said Geo. D. Waterman's right, title, und interest in and to the followlne described real estate, situated in Kossuth county, Sec. Twp. Rge. ••• 2 & 29 • 11 94- 29 29 29 29 2fl 29 29' 29 29 lots lots 1, 2 lots2, 8,4, 8. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.23 lotsl, 2 24 lots 1,2,8 25 s hf ne qr on nhf seqr.1 on' swqrseqr.T. '"26 ne qr nw qr '.. .. >yi sw qr sw qr 32 swqr seqr "''35 ne qr ne qr 35 nw qr ne qr un lots 7. 8,0, 10 ""HH swqr seqr i nw qr sw qr o lots 1,2,4,7 ::::::'" •> lotsl, 2,3 3 lot2 ""in Iots2,0,7 "11 lots 1,8, 4 .'.'.'.'" ia nwqr neqr iota ... seqr neqr .............. 19 nhtneqr ................. nn seqr neqr .............. ........ p§ lots 3, 4,5 ............... ; ....... 04 lots 2, 4 .................... :::;;;|g nw qr nw qr ............. So sw qr ne qr ............ ......... §2 lotsi, a... ............ ..:.::. .'.""si neqr nwqr ................ "' lot3 ..... . ............. . . lotsl, 2,3 ................ swqrseqr .............. e hf swqr ................. sw qr se qr ............ 10 nwqr neqr ............... ..... 14 w hf nwqr ............. "is sw qr nw qr ............... ...... 62 "" Q« ¥ neqr swqr nhf s 86 se qr e hf ne qr.... ..'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. OK whf seqr OR shf nwqr. n hf swqr. sw qr sw qr neqr nwqr an nw qrneqr 97 sw qr nw qr §7 uw qr sw qr 07 swqrnwqr Sf, nw qr nw qr ?q sw qr sw qr, se qr se qr...". j a s hf neqr + ? nwqr nwqr sw qr ne qr ne qr ssv qr swqr swqr nwqr sw qr se qr ne qr ne qr .22 28 28 29 32 88 2 seqrswqr, se qrseqr... "" c nwqr nwqr 2 se qr se qr o? nwqr swqr ne qr ne qr sw qr nw qr se qr ne qr neqrseqr neqr nwqr nwqr nwqr .27 .28 . 2 . 8 . 8 8 »,T, ill u,v HI fjer nwqr neqr :'S2 nhf swqr. se qr sw qr se qr ne qr neqrseqr e hf seqr., nw qr sw qr nw qr ne qr swqr seqr Ft 94 94 94* 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 95 95 95 95 95 95. 95 95 95, 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 96 96 96 96 96 90 96 96 96 96 93 96 96 97 97 97 97 97 98 98 98 98 98 100 100 100 100 94 94 04 94 94 94 95 95 95 95 95 95 96 96 06 06 96 07 98 29 29 29 29 29 29 2929 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 . 29 is 29 29 2929 : 29 29 29 ,29 .29 29 29, 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 80 30' 80 80 80 80 80 80 30 80 80 GRASS LEASES 1 \? scribed tracts of land for 1899 ? followln e '

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