The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 20, 1895 · Page 9
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Jas Ciillanah'fiw i 39 si Nels Anderson, htr and w hf se 1 N P Peftrsom w hf sw 2 Alice Krickson, e hf sw 2 AHdfeW oiemenson.per and n>4 sc3 i Jas Callahatt, nw 5 L do nw 7 & dO n who 11 H do iietiw 11 P do se nw 14 do- swnw 14 do se 14 do w hf RP 14 John A Hale, per and se ne . 15 do ne se 15 Ellsworth & Jones, ne 10 A » Olarke.18.8 a s of R'y In swJd 10 K M Bravender, tie 17 Oyrns E Bravender* s hf 17 , Peter Brelrholtz, wlif mv 19 do so mv 1» .Kllsworth K Jones, mvsw 21 fc*»U l? Hlgley, e hf nw 28 j- do I1WSW 28 JiisCaUanan.shf sw 28 .i P Johnson, tat '02 '93 '94 e hi ne 29 A Lewis, per and nw 29 Jus Oallaimn, se se 20 LK Jones, n« 30 JKBittford, whf so EAGLE. Township loo, P.ange David Freeman, per and e hf ne 7 JoMP|>h Wos, w hf se 9 do se se 9 - EiAinaO Llndbloomltd and ehf »o17 , , Jas Oallanan. ne nw and w hf nw2l Theo Nelson, ehfne 31 UNION. Tewnshlp 90, Kange Oeo E Marble, wht ne , 1 Aug DoerniK, per and ne 7 Jas McMahon. per and s hf ne 8 .las Murray, ehf nw 8 Horace Wheeler whf ne 8 MHfiS W H Ualnes, w hf nw 9 ,Ias H McMahon, se nw o Lloyd Sarehett, w hf mv 12 JohnKargleder, whlse 19 do so se 19 Jos H!McMalion, w hf n w 21 OUyson, s 1.50 a all lying e and n of hy in n 17 a se nw 24 Frerf PompR, ner and nw 29 do e hf sw 29 , poliii ciohermur, per and ue 32 do nese 32 7 08 R 48 8 25 22 51 47 74 21 19 4 74 7 52 8 32 7 08 24 31 14 93 18 10 8 45 28 84 3 (19 24 0? 50 It 3 III 4 43 7 87 7 62 3 81 in 97 35 28 18 03 7 87 37 60 05 02 30. 4 27 7 00 !l 50 3 08 S 01 8 20 29. 18 82 44 84 24 40 13 87 14 81 10 35 5 07 0 34 13 47 7 »9 10 75 14 44 d". 13 47 31 "1 0 74 3 1 2 4 2 2 1 1 2 2 4 1 3 1 3 0 1 JB 01 48 48 37 81 78 44 05 04 23 50 64 02 82 05 92 39 55 83 90 79 47 41 71 31 3:1 90 43 64 (14 37 87 80 58 10 r,s as 44 29 or 94 89 4 23 2 40 1 1 1 1 1 44 63 07 70 39 41 92 12 21 4 21 •11 3 Oo 00 u 7 9 9 (; 3 48 8 10 9 24 62 29 6 8 9 8 20 16 1!) 0 31 3 27 131 3 4 8 7 4 17 38 20 8 41 71 4 7 g ' \\ 9 9 20 49 20 16 10 18 0 0 14 g 11 48 14 W \ vs 07 75 75 29 87 69 42 63 19 74 24 83 36 40 27 90 70 98 4! 63 60 08 88 92 71 7" UT 3T 0 Of 61 ,711 .7! 8" H, j) 5! 14 7 0 80 3 3 0 3 71 8 !) 8" 3 8 8 S 3 ri' T jgt A 1 WIIITTEMOKE. Township 95, Range 30. Harrlotte A Nellls, w hf nw 4 17 01 Ellen Nellis.w hf sw 4 1251 Jas Oallanan, sw mv o 2 94 Moses Stewart, per and e hf se 11 1143 U Ullleshelr, e hf so 12 12 51 Geo A McKay, e hf nw w 14 i)» 11 A Lllllbrldge, s hf u hf 18 12 40 .las Oallanan, ehfse . 20 11 oo J P Elbert, sw 20 23 42 TaiidCByannw 21 24 0» .1 K Beardsley, nw 28 2052 J Ubrweiller, sw, 31 8 17 Tile « .-.'S t ''.-> '« .'-£ , ,, ' i. 't-<-'/*ft' k i' a t»^4?-'' J ( - < ^*^^'_ .„,«&£•&:-j-1 THE MONITOR 1 73 1 33 29 1 23 1 33 1 55 57 1 24 2 31 2 41 2 05 44 18 13 84 3 2 12 0 13 8 10 5 13 0 12 9 25 7 28 1 22 5 8 0 Feed Grinders, Feed Cutters, Horse Powers Hand and Power Corn Shelters, Pumps, Tanks, Etc, i|j We make a specialty of Geared Wind Mills, and are prepared to furnish the most complete outjitk made. If you are not doing your own grinding call and see us, look at our wind mills, ,and^ge^ our pri f '** ' ' '•' •'•'''«* Name.. WHITTEMOBE INCOBl'OUATION. Ues. Lot. Blk. Tax 3 and 2 4 t 8 ,13, 7 H, ,10, ,5 3 5 ,9 14 1 3 7 10 1-i 11 , 8 1 8 9 11 3 7 12 12 11 3 1 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 7 11 13 14 14 14 14 15 15 17 18 19 3 9 52 12 0 4 55 0 4 14 9 5 1 9 4 1 11 1 8 8 25 71 9(1 90 30 92 40 94 18 95 83 89 99 44 24 99 99 89 95 24 13 24 42 00 Albert Mead et al e 18 ft Mason Leach, 1 ingham & Smith Henry Goetsch. per and Agusta Ohrlschllles, w 19 ft Hmith Carlisle, 8 L Frownfelter H, 12, M A Wlchler, per and L Beattte N Wagner, ex e 2 ft -•Theresa Hehmldt Henry Munch Mason Leach Lbrene Thompson Theo Schmidt Nellie Truman Ingham & Smith John Bennett • Henry Gebhart Inxhani & Smith Ambrose Thompson Ingham & Smith do dp 1,2,3,4,8,9, Aug llllemau, out lot Hotelling's Addition. A H Hotelling, blks i, 2,3, and 4 u 47 do • per and 1, 2, 3, o, 7 5 25 oo Thos Oarraody 3 o 74 OeoHanna . 4 o 74 A H Uotelllng 5, o o 74 Township 95, Kange so, and Plat ue (leo Eclgett. U1 jio se 7 1 98 liarrlec 0 Babcoek, nnd o-io se 8 55 03 IIA Lllllbndge, peraudnqr 18 4414 WESLEY, Townsnlp oo, Itange 27. Jas Oallanan, sese 1 823 John Govern, trustee no 3 1419 ¥ H Gurren, per and w hf ne 4 u gs James Gurren, per and nw 4 32 3d Patrick Gurreu ne so 48 13 Olias A Anderson, se 5 28 in Jasper Meyer, s % e hf o 17 os do e hf sw o 7 S3 Thos A Way. nw 10 14 82 O W Mitchell, per and n hf nw 12 20 02 Chandler Ward, per s hf u w 12 24 01 Ed Kunz. w hf sw s of hy 153 50 W D Smith, nhf so' 15 753 Ohas A Seegrow, per and ne 17 28 71 A J Wetheroy, nw 17 14 98 > Geo J Adams, sw 17 13 24 - W J Hager, e hf sw is 7 63 E E Thomas, se sw 19 3 os Soran Jensen, per and se 20 21 GO A JC Kennedy, w hf sw 22 7 29 - Ueo B imrham, ne nw 24 9 81 Wesley Independent. KoUart, se 20 45 02 INCOBl'OBATION, 3 13 2 33 4 13 10 51 33 14 43 47 [&0 22 31 1 10 4 90 1 31 42 33 0 14 39 05 1 53 1 10 28 30 39 20 29 1 11 05 31 1 20 31 90 97 55 98 2« 21! 22 SO. 38 5 20 1 52 Total 47 4 02 11 00 67 92 13 07 7 34 479 02 08 0 57 5 00 10 30 11 90 1 27 5 80 1 03 1 28 1 28 11 99 5 60 1 55 1233 1 55 9 38 9 03 12 02 20 04 1 00 1 00 9(i 2 30 00 83 45 00 Our work is all warranted and we give thirty days' trial before settlement. Remember, The Wigwam is thef place to get good^goods and low prices. •""•** WILFRID P. JONES. iisr IT to Susie Lawson s hf e H ^Utii'l and 0 H Olson, e5-il Carl andO KOiW, e }?f . Anna L Ward, wW Jfl Merrill, ehf . K M ana J H Ward, pe qr "\r ri Uuwntt* Qw Geo A Fi'inkj per and se J H Merrill,' J ohn S Gallagher. 0 7 and B M Urove, upr ana w qr J H Merrill; n hi J aoob Johnson, per & e % ex n 1Q5 If W TO ft Oolby'$ 4 14 4 14 18 20 23 23 324 » 26 28 0 34 684 4 07 2 33 7 01 02 18 467 5 33 Cl 68 3 50 i K Greve Mary P.ABft,.? MA W. " * A " u -MwWftl" 33 3 63 3 20 5 15 333 3 60 5 83 31 43 3 1 94 02 1 21 • 11 93 2 74 73 43 04 2 08 2 41 51 43 3 78 05 liO 43 31 2 44 44 1 09 4 25 41 02 420 1 04 37 34 41 83 570 01 J04 0 74 89 31 49 35 41 51 72 2 13 80 34 31 } 24 9 17 14 81 12 49 35 47 9 00 30 98 1841 7 90 15 40 23 00 27 02 4 01 7 90 31 49 15 03 13 84 7 90 3 0(1 24 13 8 73 1090 49 2j 2 74 11 13 47 07 10 38 02 50 277 8 07 0 5 28 1037 0742 3 80 394 3 75 5 50 2 74 40 065 2350 223 6 0 78 }39 THE FALL TRADE on Boots and Shoes is beginning in good earnest, and II There is no place like The Store of — Excellent values in Ladies' Pme Shoes, WQBTH from $3,60 to $5, going to close out at the low price of $S,SQ to $8,00, WE ABE headquarters for Bubkers, Bwtoer Boots, 4i?,ptios all kina^, German Boots, Pelt Boots, and ail"" 1 87 4 07 1108 % 34 AddlttOJl, *U7 to town loote for our to see you, , * w i Sign i i '\ ,

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