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THE y?X ; *' ; " ™T^&$ig*£?. s'^jm Sf'-V.! 1 **. '•.•*' " • ;' •' ' '" m-ia. *'****»*% * »**"'- -^ ^*%*W«* fr+* *•*« 'ft < 2S#«^ - " " ^'1 ! AT.»ONA. IOWA. WEPKEStm, :*-:) .^-JS §Y ifmtlAfct A WAhfclfc. f «rrrtS to SubecribCre: bWSye&f........ ......... . ...... il.66 y si* months ...................... 76 , three, teontfcs ................... 40 afcy address at abote fate*. by draft, money order, express order, SeSftlbt gtewflM toted tot it, and ft $eftf iateV made ft pwwetful speech iff suppott of the single gold standard, ns did also Senatof Jones. The pretense fiottr by these senators that there was fraud in 18f3 is simply absurd. ,___._„____,„__ . , «s Of advertising sent on application. dAfeDS Of CANDIDATES. COtJSTT ATOOSNB*. 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for "the office of county attorney, subject to the -fiction of the retnibUcan county, convention. E. V. SWE-rrn? a. 1 hereby nhhotttice myself fts a candidate for ihe office of county attorney, subject to the ^action of the republican county convention. J. C. EAf MOND. . 1 hereby niraoutice myself as a candidate for •-the office of county recorder, subject to the ac- -tlon of the republican county convention. M, P. RAHDALL. Win. T. Chantlaticl Writes ift the Port Dodge Messenger about the legality of contracts to pay In gold. It Is in feply to the Statement that a gold clause is not good in law. He says the state courts differ on the questtotij but that the United States Supreme Court have decided that an "obligation to pay the stated sum in gold coin will require a judgment payable In (fold dollars of the coinage of the United it *— PACTS V «OM THE RKCOttD. ' The Emmetsburg Democrat is still at sea about the net of 1873 by which silvef coinage was stopped in the United States. It mnkes a scries of statements, which THE UPPER DBS MOINES has already show n are without foundation, and challenges us to "demonstrate the contrary." As one point in the interminable debate going ,on is, perhaps, as important as another, let us settle about this net of 1873. I. The Democrat says: What signifies the statement that de- monetization was advocated (openly in congress), although there Is no proof to support the claim that it was? First as to the proof. In 1861 James Ppllock, director of the mint, reported in favor of dropping the standard silver dollar. In 1870, John Jay Knox, director of the mint, reported likewise, his report being headed, "Silver Dol- .lar, Its Discontinuance as a Standard." In 1870 Secretary Boutwell, Gen. Grant's secretary of the treasury, reported to congress, endorsing Mr. Knox' report and recommending the passage of the mint bill, which dropped the standard silver dollar. In 1871, Secretary Boutwell again recommended - the passage of the bill, and also in .- 1872. In his last report he said: "I t. suggest such alterations as will prohibit the coinage of silver for cir- ^.xjulation in this country," having in " mind the 384 grain dollar the house 3'had adopted. The bill was passed in - -the senate in 1871 with no provision r for the silver dollar in, in 1872 it ^- passed the bouse with the 384 grain ' y silver dollar included, in 1S73 it again ^. ,came to the senate where the trade „„ .dollar was substituted for the 384 grain f dollar, and in this form it became a •• law. It was printed separately 11 ^ times, and was debated fully in both - houses. Wm. D. Kelley, in speaking ^., of it in the house in 1872, said: "It is :.- .impossible to retain the double stand- Z,#rd. The ya'ues of gold and silver \ continually fluctuate." Mr. Hooper. , -who 'bad the bill in charge, said of the „,, -change to the 384 grain dollar in the v same debate, that it made the silver dollar, "a subsidiary coin in harmony •with silver coins of less denomination." Clarkson N. Potter, who opposed the change, said in the same , debate: "This bill provides for the making of changes in the legal tender ,.,.,coin of the country and for substituting -..as legal tender a coin of only one metal, instead of as heretofore, of two." II. The Democrat says: The bill as read, discussed and referred back and forward for three years, provided for the coinage of the standard silver v , dollar. ' • In view of what has gone before this -Statement hardly needs discussion. t ^At no time in the history of the bill, */rom its introduction in 1870 was the standard silver dollar (412} grains) included in it, nor was any silver dollar included that was to be a legal tender, The 384 grain dollar was to equal two Jjalf dollars and be part of the subsidiary" coinage. It was to be legal lender for sums less than $5, and to -Serve the purpose of two half dollars in Mark Etanna, the republican national chairman and Major Mi'Klnley's close nd- vlser, talked In Boston two weeks ago to the newspaper men. On the silver question he said: "In our campaign in the west we shall show that the republican party has never boon hostile to silver. To^ read the eastern press one would suppose that the issue In this campaign is wholly one of gold or silver. Now the fact is that the great majority of republicans are bimetallism. Our platform declares for bimetallism by International agreement. * * Take the farmers of the west. You cannot find a more intelligent class of people on the face of the earth, and they nre, almost to a man, bimetallists. * * * There is no doubt in my mind that the tendency of contemporaneous opinion is in favor of bimetallism. 1 am of the opinion that natural laws will take care of the parity between gold and silver. The increased production of gold will decrease its value, and the disparity between it and silver in the next five or ten years will not be as great as it is now. III, The Democrat says: Towards the close of the session the Senate committee offered a substitute for 1 fhe measure, and this had dropped the silver dollar. When taken up for final ' passage in the bouse, members asked if the Jpfiange -affected tlie bill in any material Sjan»er. They were assured that it did Jt was passed in a hurry, without ftdMjg and without discussion, Jo answer to this general summing no better statement ca.n be made made by Prop Simon -New . 1879; "Jf ft rppos^ law The democrats at Indianapolis will save their country as pins saved tho boy's life—by not swnllering of 'em. Their platform of free trade and gold is the plat form of the only plutocracy in America. It is just as bad as Bryan's platform of cheap money and repudiation. Senator Funk sagely remarks:' In politics, as in religion, a man may do his whole duty without years of research or the brain of a Webster, by simply getting a good grip on a very few essentials. The democrats at Chicago declared for the silver standard, the democrats at Indianapolis for the gold standard. The republicans stand where they always have for both gold and silver. POLITIOAL NOTES. President Harrison: The first dirty errand of the dirty dollar is to cheat the workingman. President Harrison said in New York that the prospect of republican success had never yet occasioned alarm. H. C. Laub, J. B. Romans' father-in-law, sat on the stage at the Horr meeting in Denison. 1. B. hasn't converted him. Edward Atkinson says the government should store whiskey instead of silver as the reserve for money. The older it gets the more it is worth. Carroll Herald: The election of McKinley this year will be referred to in the future by the perennial agitator as the crime of '90, because it will demonetize lies. Lafe Young: Bryan is hunting the people while the people are .hunting McKinley. Under Bryan the man would be hunting a job, under MoKlnloy the job would hunt the man. d,e,^&ted,4t> congees?! fpi- three years,' ;'-%,$? repoc$e,d several tinjes from "' '—«"•--- JB various forms, be * tbp secretary of • the J. W. McMullen, who knows Romans, says: The Algona UPPISK DBS MOINES predicts that Dolliver will be elected by a majority of 5,000. If Romans was as well known over the district as Dolliver is it would be safe to say 25,000. B. A. Plummer said at Garner that he would give $25 to anyone who would tell him of one measure for the people of his district Dolliver had ever voted for. The Signal mentions his vote rfor the honest butter and cheese bill, and wants the $35. A vote taken on the train east last week Monday morning between Wesley and Britt, gave 272 for McKiuley and 53 for Bryan. Another was taken at the same point on the evening train the same day resulting in 386 McKinley and 54 Bryan. Senator Rowen of Clarion polled the voters on the excursion train to Spirit Lake with the following result: For McKinley 160, Bryan 55. He states that on an excursion train from the western part of the state, arriving at the lake the same day, a vote was taken and stood as follows; McKinley 103, Bryan 53, IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD, H, P, Hatch is back from California. Peach Cowan is at Ruthven still building the school house there, The Whittemore ' milk weighing machine is on exhibit at the state, fair, South Western Itossuth, ifow ft town Mlh a bewspape? is in full blast. E. Tfiftvison or Hurt It-forms the Monitor.) in a communication from Boon6j that he has received that ap- polntmeflt as United States rnent Inspector, and Will be on duty at Chicago. Nevada Representative: The Ai- gofla tlPPEfc DBS MOINES notes that F» M. Curtiss, who recently located in the law practice at Algonn, has begun foreclosure proceedings against a pirn* of Lund land in Einmet couhty, the abstract of title to which shows 15 forged instruments.. West Bend Advance! Miss Anna Longbottora has been spending ihe week with friends in town. Miss Longbottom has been re-elected MS primary teacher in the Wesley schools, and we speak from knowledge when wo say that she is Well worthy of the dis^ tinctlon thus nccorded her. Here is Bailey's situation: People cry hard times, and the extreme low prices of farm commodities does make money very scarce. But we hardly feel the hard times in this emporium of ease and oriental splendor. Since the green corn glazed, the editor has changed off on seven cent oats and hay tea. It is an excellent diet. We expect to fall away in flesh until we can wear the cast off clothes of the telephone boys, except their hats; with this brilliant future, life puts on roseate hues. JUDGE QUARTON AT STOEM LAKE. Tlio Judge Addresses a Crowded House on the Issues of tho Present Cnmpnlgn. Judge Quarton spoke on the political issues at Storm Lake last week Tuesday evening. The Pilot says: "The court room was so crowded at the meeting of the sound money club, Tuesday evening 1 , that a large number were unable to obtain seats." It then gives an outline of the judge's remarks: Judge Quarton called special attention to the planks in the Chicago platform denouncing our supreme court because of federal injunctions issued to prevent interfer- ance with the United States mails during the railroad strikes of 1894, and of its decision on the income tax law; and to the fact that no declaration of principles so revolutionary, so dangerous to the existence of government and of civilization has ever before in our history appeared in the platform of any party, or been announced in any civilized country. Judge Qukrton defined tbe nature of injunctions and showed that without them courts would be powerless to enforce their decrees, and might as well be abolished. While he believed with the minority on the income tax law, he was firmly of the opinion that the majority were honest in their decision. The honor and integrity of our supreme court has always been so far above suspicion that during our whole history articles of impeachment have never been filed against a single member. With -life positions at $10,000 per year there is no ground for suspicion that they can be influenced by mercenary motives. The openly announced purpose to secure the reversion of the income tax decision, in case Bryan is elected, by the appointment of additional judges with their minds made up to reverse it, will create, if carried out, such an unstable state of affairs, that every good citizen must regard it with alarm, and if the populists gain the election they must carry it out if they are honest. If Bryan is elected, who would constitute his cabinet? Probably the men who have shaped the policy he advocates and to whom he is indebted for his nomination and for the populist endorsement. It means that for attorney general we will have Altgeld, the man who denounced President Cleveland for protecting the mails and preventing the destruction of property;, for secretary of the treasury, Weaver, for other cabinet positions such men as Daniels and Coxey. As to the silver question, if we adopt free coinage at 16 to 1, this country will be the silver market of the world, and as it will be impossible for us to keep all the silver of the world at a parity with gold, our gold will leave us; we will fall to a single silver standard and the transition will precipitate panic and ruin. tate e*WBifift«oft b ft8ttaa| oj , aeittemftfil of estates, aed the dealing of deeds, todftgftgfee, ttrio legal papers. The Same eaMlal tentlon will be given to any ihtePestS entfustfedto-biscate as in lh« pwt. Fees reasonable in keeping with tne times. Offices 8 and 9 Algona State Bank Building.-25t2 CALLS FOB CAUCUSES. Rtverdale— At Stewart School hotiae. Sept. 10, nt 4 p. m. 3. O. Faxson, Com ORIGINAL NOTICE. in the District Court of the State of lowft. iH afid tor Kossuth County, October Term. A. D. 1806. • Lewis Russ. trustee, plaintiff, vs. Theodore Simpson et at., defendants. . To Theodore Simpson, J. A. Crane, and Lottie A, that the petition of the lulntlft In the above entliltd cause is now filed in the office of the clerk of the district court of the state of [own, in and for Kossutli county, claiming of roii that he is the absolute and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-Wlt: The southeast quarter and the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter, nil in Sec. 8U, Twp. yrt. Ronge 28, Kossutli coutily, lowaT- And asking thut the title thereto be quieted In him. nhd that the defendants mid each of them be forever barred and estopped from nssertlog or claiming any title In said VCH! estate; and unless you aopear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the October term, of said cnurt. which will commence nt Algo na on the 6th day of October, 18(10, default will be entered against you and Judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 180ft. 2414 CLAKKE & COUBKOIW, Attys. fov Plff. NXJTK31. in the tftetffd coatt «f ihftjtete of to#a t injftd V K089«h Cofrtity, OcMf«r,TflHn, A. D, 18H6. -Ujwl.i Rasa, trastee.plalnfIff, **• 9- t 1 . tmn- Jeiset&t., aefehdtthts. . fo s. T. Daniels. John Gotern, Daniel plefc*, an insane person, and Fred. B. Townsend, his conservator, Mfl@nn6 Carlson, and Henrietta Carlson, defendants. , , ... „ You Are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff in the above-entitled cause is now filed in ine office of the clerk of the district conrt of th<> state of Iowa, In and for Kossu.h county, claiming of you (hat lie Is the absolute ,nnl unqualified owner of the following feal frstiito, to-wit: ^ The northeast quarter ot Sec. 8, T«p. 98< Range 27, Kossnth county, Iowa— And asking that the title f hereto be quieted In him, abd that the defendant* ami oach of them be forever barred iitid c.stupped Irorn asserting or claiming any tttte toi'iild'rwUesitiiU'.; and unless you appear thereto and defend b fot(i noon of the second day ot the next term, being the October term, of said court, wht li win commence at Algtf- rm on the 6tb day of October. 18HO, .default will be entered against you and judgment and deciee rendered thereon, as provided by law, Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1890i 24t4 CLAmtK & CoHBNotm. Attys. for Pill.. October, « m enieWfl against sou and Jua«hfcni SM mSetm tberem as wovidea by ia* a Dfttfd thtt fld of settembef, T A co&soxm, *..« ORIGINAL in the District court of the state of t for Kossuth County, October Term A -Le*iK atjsa, tfastee. ptaiutifl, n An . genson et ai., defendants. to Andrew Morgenson, Clara Mo»eenson » *t. tt land, I. Sottrup, T. fottfiib, N° fi.Knofrfes, f' ' sefvatot, John c. Sansen, ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa, In iitid for Kossuth County, October Term, A, D. ISlltV —Lewis Rnss, trustee, plalntlfl, vs, James Hill et nl., defendants. To James Bill, Maria Hill, Wllhelm Bliech, and Irfltlne Blelch, defendants. You are hereby notified that the petition of the plalntlfl In the above-entitled cause Is now 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 and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-wit: The east half of the northwest quarter, the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter, and the north 80 acres of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter, all in Sec. 7. Twp. 96, Range 27, Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and that the defendants and each of them be forever barred and estopped from asserting or claiming any title In said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of tlie next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at Algona on the Hth day of October, 18!IO. default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1800. 24t4 CLAUKE & COHBNOUK, Attys. for Plff. NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa, lit and for Kossuth County. October Term, A. D. 189ii. —Lewis Buss, trustee, plaintiff, Vs. Magnus Carlsen, et a!>. defendants. To Magnus Carlsen and Henrietta Carlsen, defendants. You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff In the above-entitled cause Is now filed in the office of the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa, In nhd tor Kossulh County, claiming of you that he Is the absolute and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-Wlt: The north half of the northwest quarter of Sec. 3, Twp. 110, Range 27, Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted in him, and that the defendants and each of ihem be forever barred and estopped from asserting or claiming any title In said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at Algona on the Oth day of October. 18110, default will be entered against yon and judgment and decree rendered thereon, sis provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1890. 2414 CLAHKK & COHENODB, Attys. for Plff. .You are hereby notified that the netitinn /,*!»,» plaintiff In the abovfe-ehtltled cause Is no* WMI£ the office of the clerk of the district court nt state of Iowa* in and for Kossutft couSty eiHi of you that he is the absolute ana fiiiSu owner of the following real estate? to-wlt" The north half of the southeast ware* of ftiid the east half of the nort heast " 98i , And asking ihat the title thereto be quieted '»• him, and that the defendants ahd each of them forever barred and estopped from asserS claiming any title In said real estates and I uni you appear thereto and defend before hoou ot second day of the next term, being the i October term, of said court, which will commet ce at Aiao! ao na on the Oth day of October, 1 806, default «m be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. e Dated this 2d day of September, A,D. isno 2414 CLARKE & COHKKOOR, Attf s. for Pitt ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa. In sind for Kossuth County, October Term, A. D. 189H. —Lewis Russ, trustee, plaintiff, vs. James M. Wlllson et til., defendants. To James M. Wlllson. Amelia Wlllson, Mrs. L. E. Benliam, and C. Thompson, defendants. You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff In the above-entitled cause Is now filed In the office of the clerk of the district court ot the. state of Iowa. In and for Kossuth county, claiming of you that he fs the absolute and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-wit: The north half of the northeast quarter and the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Sec. 30, Twp. 90, Range 28. Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and that the defendants and each of them be forever barred and estopped from asserting or claiming any title In said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at Algo- uaontheOlhduyof October, 1890. default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1890. 24t4 CLAKKE & COHENOUK, Attys. for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of thS State of Iowa, In and for Kossutli County, October Term. A. D. 1890. —Lewis RHSS, trustee, plaintiff, vs. Chns, J. Anderson et ul., defendants. ToChas. J. Anderson, Ellen Hutchlns, William F. Callles. Bertha F Callles, Lore Alford, and Mrs. Lore Alford, defendants. You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff In the above-entitled cause Is now filed In the olltce 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 and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-wlt: The west half of the southwest quarter of Sec. 2, Twp. 90, Range a7, Kossutb county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and that the defendants and each of them be forever barred and estopped from asserting or claiming any title In said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at Also mi on the Oth day of October, 1896, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d clay of September, A. D. 1896 24t4 CLAUKE & COHENOUK, Attys. for PIIT. ORIGINAL NOTICE, tn the District Court of the State of lown m and for Kossuth County, October Term, A. D. isiffl -Lewis Russ, trustee, plaintiff, vs. Thomas Burke et al.. defendants. AUUIUM To Thomas Burke, W. W. Turlav, Anna T«tla» Mrs. L. E. Benham. Wm. Britten. Bora firitten' F. H. Carter. Alice R. Carter, and E A Woodward, guardian of S. T; Woodward, Insane, anri 8. T. Woodward, defendants: lusflne < ana You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaint ft in the abve-entltled cause s now fl^rt in the office ofthe clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, claiming of you that he is tho absolute and unmiallflca owner of the following real estate, to-wlt" 1 ° The west half of the southwest quarter of Sec 20. Twp BO, Range 27, Kossutli county Iowa- And asking that the title thereto be auleted in him, and that the defendants and each of them b« forever barred and estoppd from assert ng or claiming any title in said real estate; and unless .vou appear thereto and defend before noon of tbe second day of the next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at Algo- nil on the Otli day of October, 1896, default Kill be entered against you and judgment and decree' rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1800. 3414 CLABKK & COHENOUR, Attys. for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court ot the State of Iowa, in and for Kossutli County, October Term, A. D. 18(10. —Lewis Russ. trustee, plaintiff, vs. Peter Wm. Hansen et al., defendants. To Peter Wm. Hansen, Marie Hanson, W. W. Turlay, Anna M. Turlay, Wm. Britten, Dora Rritten, and Mrs. L. E. Benham, defendants: You are hereby notlned ttiut the petition of the plaintiff In the above-entitled cause Is now 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 and unqualified owner of. the following real estate, to-wlt: The northwest quarter of Sec. 20, Twp. 00, Range 27, Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and that tlie defendants and each of them be forever barred and estopped from asserting or claiming any title tn said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of tlie second day of the next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at Algona on the Oth day of October, 1890, default will be entered against you and'judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided bylaw. Dated this 2d day of September, A D, 1806. 24t4 CLAKKE & COHENOUH, Attys. for Plff. Rev, W. P. Laidley of Bancrpft accepted a call to preach in Blooratteld, and has gone to his new field. Ed, ChHsohiUes pf'Fenton has gone to Tanhasson,' Minnesota, to take a position in the creamery at that place, Mi L. Mayhew, of October court; for, a divorce" from, wife, Maggte'Mayhew, pn the ~ of ' '' ~ , Nina Blossom Algeria has been making her Joy Cj-ose a visit during, the past few days, Mrs. Smith Carlisle pf Wbittepjore will leave Bpgq fty Auroi'ft, J1I,, to keep in THE HOME TALENT OPERA, ' Two Very Sxtccessful Renditions In Alsjoim—Will Visit EmuaotHbur|>- Soon, A good sized audience was out Friday evening to greet our home singers in the Little Tycoon, a clever comic opera, The applause was generous and merited. All the principals took their parts well apd the choruses were excellent. The company had advertised to appear in Bancroft Saturday evening, but could not get a special train, and the rain apd lack of carnages made an overland trip very inconvenient, The attempt-was given up and a second performance was given in the opera house ,at 25 cents admission, It is'said the JJanorofJi seats wepe well sold. • It is the plan now to give the opera Jn Emmetsburg in about three weeks, If (t is carried put O\JP western neighbors wJU heap a, very clever rendition, The b^nd boys ojear about $60 out of the, two 'entertainments bere, apij every' bqjdy is feeling well pleased,- 1 forget ouu big ribbon sale qonv MO«d»y, -Sept, U, gav ' Ge.o, L,, QaJb.raltn fy po. by tyejiti Jjpujes pf joongresj ijgj»f4 by i*e presiaent u Mien two or for her son'- Artie, «rh,o ^ bipyute f ftotory, '- Bi)t](jven AppeaJ: vjsited Tuesday, Mr. wb.a.ti H!.«! eu'pjigQp}gpnat' ; o»r atfl',lp.ajj}pg mQn,ey qn, f ee»«fcwfc Quly ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of tbe Stuce of Iowa. In and for Kossuth County, October Term, A. D. 1896. —Lewis Huss, trustee, vs. William Britten etal,, defendants. To William Britten, Fred. B. Townsend, P. H. Carter. Alice B. Carter, C. H. Woodward, S. Woodward, S. T. Woodward, and E. A. Woodward, guardian of S. T. Woodward, insane, and A mile S. Baton, defendants: You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff In the above-entitled cause Is now filed In the otllce 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 and unqualified owner ol the following real estate, to-wit: The east half of Sec. 27, Twp. 96, Range 27, Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted in him, and that the defendants and each of them be foraver barred and estopped from asserting or claiming uuy title in said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at Algona on the 6th day of October, 1896, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, us provided by law, Dated this 2d day of September, A. D, 1896, 3414 . CLARKE & COHENOUK, Attys, for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. •IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE STATE of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, October term, A. D, 1898.—Frank H. Meeker, plaintiff, VH. Cora B. Meeker, defendant. To Cora B. Meeker: You are hereby notified that the petition of plaintiff in tbe above entitled cause is now on file in the office ot tue clerk of the district court of tlie state of Jowa, in and for Kossuth county, claiming of you a dtvovce from the bou4s of nuitrlwony, &uct as grounds fov said, divorce plaintiff alleges that pji the SQtti day of April, 1B03, you, in violation of your marriage vows, and without any fault of plaintiff, willfully deserted this plaintiff, aud that you have ever since absented yourself from nim without any reasonable or just cause therefor. And that unless you appear thereto and defend before - noon of the second day of the next term being the October term of the said court, which will commence at Algonw on tne Otp day of October, 1800, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon as provided bylaw, this 18th day of August, A. D. 1890. S. S, SESSIONS. Attorney for plaintiff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, October Term, A. D. 189(1. —Lewis Russ. trustee, plaintiff, vs. John Sclmlte etal., defendants. To John Schulte. Dorothea VoIJmer, AnnaSchulte, John R. Keller, Mary Keller, and Harm 0. Peters, defendants: You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff In the above-entitled cause Is now filed In the oflice of the clerk of the district court ofthe state of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, claiming ot yon that he Is the absolute and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to wit: Tlie southeast quarter of Sec. 2, Twp. 96, Range 27. Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and that the defendants and each of them be forever barred and estopped from asserting or claiming any title In said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, belug the October term, of said couit. which will commence at Algona on the 6th day of October, 1896, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A. D, 1890. 24t4 CLARKE & COHENOUR, Attys. for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, October Term, A. D. 1896. —Lewis Russ, trustee, plaintiff, vs. John i'. Kirk et al., defendants. To John P. Kirk, defendant: You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff In the above-entitled cause Is now filed In the office of the clerk of the district court ofthe state of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, claiming of you that he Is the absolute and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-wlt: Tbe nortli half of tlie northwest quarter of Sec. 81, Twp, 96, Range 27, Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and that the defendants and each of them be forever barred and estopped from assertfng pr claiming any title In said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of tbe next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at Algona on the 6th day of October, 1896, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1896. 24t4 CLARKE & COHENODR, Attys. for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In tlie District Court ot the State of Iowa, In and for Kossuth County, October Term. A. D. ] 896. —Lewis Uuss, trustee, plaintiff, vs. Thomas J. Hunsen et al., defendants, To Thomas J. Hansen, Mngdulena Hansen, Peter Pries, and Mrs. Leila E. Benham. defendants. You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff In tlie above-entitled cause IE now tiled 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 and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-wlt: The southeast quarter of Sec. 25, Twp. 96, Range 28, Kossuth county, Iowa— Ana asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, ana that the defendants and each of them be forever burred and estopped from asserting or claiming any title In said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at Algona on the 6tb day of October, 1890. default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law, Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1896. 2414 CU.HKE & COHENOOR, Attys. lor Plff, *'0B Jn the District Court of Jowa Jn ana for Kos • 8u,tto Oounty-rOotober Term. J8BQ-in the mattev of tbe application pf A. FallsenhaJn, er, a registered pharmacist, for a permit? to buy, keep, and sell lnto*icating'jtauors. ,T<? whonjjfajay.cpnwn,! Nofteifte hereby ' " oa of tto \Hlder8j ORIGINAL NOTICE, In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in ana for Kossutu County, October Term, A, D. 1896, —John Peterson and Anavew Peterson, plaintiffs vs. Peter Johnson etui., defendants. To Peter Johnson, 1'rederiku Johnson, Daniel Pierce, an insane person, una Frea. B. Townsend, conservator, William F. Cullies, ana Bertlia F. Cullies, defendants. You are hereby notified that the petition of the plalntlfl m the above-entitled cause Is now filed in the office of the cleik of ibe district court ot the state of tawa, in and for Kossufb cpnnty, claiming of you that he la the absolute and untjuullUeu owner of the following real estate, to-wlt: The ea.st half of the southwest quarter of Sec. 2, Twp. 96, Range 27. Kossuth county, Jowa— Ana asking that the title thereto be quieted lu him, and tltat tUe defendants and each of them be forever buned und estopped from asserting or claiming any title In sula real estate; and unless you appear thereto una defend before noon of tne second day of the next term, belug the October term, of said court, which will commence at Algo- naonthefithatty,of Qotober, 1896. default will be enterea agalust you a&a Judgment tmO. decree rendered thereon, us proyldea by law. Datea this 8d day of September,"A. p. 1898. 2414 CLAUSE & COSEHQUB, Attys. for Plff. NOTICE, In thei District Court of tlie State of iowa, in and fpr Kojusutu Qpnujy, Qctober Term, A. p, gum, trustee ptetetW, v? ~" -LOTOS ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa, fn and for Kossuth County, October Term, A. D ] 8116, -Lewis Russ, trustee, plaintiff, vs. SKas K Thompson etal., defendants. To Silas R. Thompson and Maria Peck, defend- You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff In the above-entitled cause Is now Sled In the office of the clerk of the district court of "he (late Ottawa, In and for Kossuth county, claiming of you that he is the absolute and miqiwUuea owner of thpfollowlng real estate, to-wit- The northeast quarter and the southwesS Quarter of Sec, 26, Twp. 90, Range 28, Kossuth coumy, Iowa— ' And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and that the defendants and each of then be ' forever barred and estopped from asserting or claiming iiny title in said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the* second day of the next term, being the October term, of said court, which will commence at Algona on the 6th day of October, 189ft, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, us provided by law. DHted this 2d day of September, A. D. 18W5. 2414 CLARKE & COHKNOUH, Attys. fw JPlff, ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa. In an« for Kossuth County, October Term, A,B. 18«6,. —Lewis Uuss, trustee, plaintiff, vs. John C. Hanson, D. i), Townhend, C. Thompson etui.,. defendants. To John C. Hanson, D. D. Townsend, and a- Thompson, defendants. You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff in the above-entitled cause Is now filed IB> the otllce of the clerk of tlie district court ot tn» stute of Iowa, in and tor Kossuth county, claiming: of you that he Is tne absolute and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-wit: The southwest quarter of See. 11, Twp. 8(1,Range 27, Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him. aad that the defendants and each of them be forever barred and estopped from asserting ot- claiming any title in said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the October' term, of said court, which will commence at Algona on the 6th day of October, 1896, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law, Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1896. 24t4 CLAUKE & COHENOUR, Attys. for Plff, ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa. In unrf. for Kossuth County, October Term, A. D. 1890, -Lewis Russ, trustee, plaintiff, vs. John Hanewi et al., defendants. To John Hansen. Minnie Hansen. George Moi^S^L 1 ' Ml !. rl ? Feck ' AinosEckhoff. and Frleut- Je Eckhoff, defendants, You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff In the above-entitled cause Is now filed ID 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 and unqualified owner of the following real estate, to-wlt; The northwest quarter of Sec, l, Twp. 98, Rge, 27, Kossuth county, Iowa— . And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and that the defendant? ana each of tliem ber forever barred and estopped from asserting or claiming any title In said real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the October term, or said court, which will commence at Algona on the 6th day of October, 1896, default will be entered against you and Judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law, Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 1896. 24t4 CLABKK & COHKNODK, Attys for Plff, ORIGINAL NOTICE, In the District Court of the State of Iowa. In and for Kossuth County, October Term. A, D, 18V«, -J. C. Blackford, administrator of the estme of l«rederlck Eooherctmiz, plalntlfl, vs. John C, Hansen, Ella Hansen, Andrew Morgen&en et al., defendants. To said defendants John C, Hansen, Ella Hnii- sen, and Andrew Morgensen; You are hereby notified that the petition of tbe plaintiff In the above entitled cause Is now filed in the office of the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa, in and for Kossnth county, claiming of you tlie sum pf Nine Hundred and Sixty-nine Dollars as money justly due from you, and interest thereon at etgbt percent, from the 1st day of Jnly, A. D. 189B, OH the certain mortgage note or bond of John C, Han&en and Ella Hanseii, dated July 1,1892, for Eight Hundred and JFl«y Dollars;, also asking the foreclosure of a certain mortgage given to secure 8nW claim on the following aesorlbea real estate, to-wit: The west half of tne northeast mwrterol Section No/Tblrty-one.ln Township Sor „... XT—.,. ... v, ,_ „,._._. 5th P, M., Iowa. No perso'na] Judgment Is asked for money against Ellen Hutetuns, Also asking o decree quieting title of said above desurlbed real estate In plaintiff as agalnsF Andrew Morgensen, And unless you appear thereto apd defend befere noon of the second day of the next toiin, being the October term, of said court, which will commence ut Algona on {he «th day of C-otpber, 4 898, &*< ftH&wm be entered /gamst you endVdgroenl thereon, as provided by Jaw- E. B,'Cj4fuc*, Afoy.'forplain'tiff. In the Pistrlpt Caurt of tlie State of Jaw«. |n anrt for Kossuth Couuty, October Term, 4. D. J8iW< G , , -F. H. Vegper, plaintiff, vs. Gep, p ' ' m * T> 9R4 S '

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