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f«*rtisi6 ftted&fy, tfn« ye&ir..., ii.stt •«"-**;BIX Mentis..., 15 ?|¥ ?%??f:f n V^'l !£-«•?'' ; f,¥'' ' }•''AMOKA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, . Rtttit ty draft, rnone? of def, e*p*ess ofdet, *&»»! ttotd at our risk. Sites ofadveMlslng sent on application. Iti the Courier of EViday some ques- ttens'are asked by " fiurt Republicans." ftfe fair and go to the merit pf the (present financial debate. Although tTl*I*Ett BBS MdiNfis is not, prop' erly speaking, a gold standard advocate, to whom the questions are 'addressed, it will offer a few answers. I. fioth the republican ond democratic parties advocate bimetallism. If, as Dolliver maintains, there has been no fall in the price of commodities since the demonetization of silver, why change the present gold standard by international agreement or otherwise? Why advocate bimetallism at all) BitnetalHsts do not base their chief argument on the alleged fall in prices. They do not advocate the double standard in order to affect prices. Their argument is that bimetallism will change existing silver money from a burden on the gold reserves all over the world to part of the reserve Itself, furnish a broader basis for credit, furnish a safe way to extend the volume of currency of the world, and especially establish a par of exchange between gold and silver standard .countries, thereby doing away with the fluctuations that now interfere with trade. Bimetallists differ about • the price question. The ablest advo- cato bimetallism without any desire to change the purchasing power of the present dollar. II. Dolliver says that it is "with difficulty that silver has been kept at a parity •with gold." Then, how under our present gold standard system can we increase the volume of our money, to meet the needs of increasing business, and still maintain a parity with gold? By getting an international agreement. Wm. C. Whitney, fresh from travels in Europe, says this is practicably. Senator Allison, chairman of •the United States delegation to the Brussels conference, is confident. The democratic New York World says we would bave it now if President Cleveland had promoted it. Until a full, fair attempt is made to secure actual bimetallism there is no occasion to devise other expedients. III. Is there not some inconsistency in the position which the republican party .has taken in declaring for bimetallism through an agreement with nations who are now reaping the benefits of gold mono- .metallism, and who declare after twenty years of our best efforts to bring about such an agreement, that they will never submit they Bail make' money by any inofri Ihaft u fiart would. 3L fft It act humiliating ftftet 85 yeat* of Republican and gold Standard democrats flhflficiefIn* to have to apfjeal to an association 6f forfcigtf batfkm to keep the nation's credit gdodt In 1882 the "Burt Republfdafis" told the people exactly what would happen if Cleveland was elected. They pre^ dieted financial disaster abd all sorts .-„ and they have fields over there. soffie big earn- now, democratic what retry to go of trouble. Everything lias turned out as they said it Would. Why how hunt upnny other cause thah they gave then? If the 30 years of republican finahceering was all Wrong it should have been apparent before they turned over the ship of state, when the outcome of the administration is exactly publicans said It would be, behind the returns and fish up some other explanation? We can see how democrats might reasonably try to explain the present situation by tracing the evils we have fallen upon back Into republican times. But how cah a re> publican of 1892 consistently explnln existing troubles on a theory entirely different from the one he adopted when he was predicting exactly what would happen? POLITIOAL NOTES. Dolliver spoke in Lincoln, Neb., Saturday. ' Senator Knute Nelson of Minnesota will make a few speeches iu this district. Allison and Dolliver hold a big meeting at Fonda, iu Pocahontas county, Tuesday. The Sioux City Journal has given the best history of the " crime of 1878" we have yet seen. It is ably written. Li vermore Gazette: Mr. Starret went to LuVerne Friday evening to combat in the political arena with Geo. Hanna, and the report is that he was somewhat worsted. Joseph Dorweiler reports to the Emmetsburg Democrat that the German Dunkards in Kossuth, who seldom vote, are all for free silver this year and that every one of them will be at the polls Nov. 3. The jgmmetsburg Tribune has Al. Palkeflh&lher married In New York Instead of his paHnef, M>. fchlers. Au is acquainted ovef In Emmetsburg and such a rumor should be corrected. Whlttemore Champion: Mrs. Q. A Wilson, who has been stopping with her bfolherS J. Rawson, this summer, has moved to Algona to live In order to give hel- son a better chance for school. Britt Tribune: Geo. E. Clni-lce, Algona's popular attorney, sLottped over between ti;aihs in Britt Mdnrfov. * * * C. P. Lewis and Andy Rohi- son returned from Philadelphia and New York City lust w«ek, Buffalo Center Tribune; Frank Brown was called to Algona Monday to the bedside of his brother, W E it, workman on the Milwaukee road at that place. He is it sufferer from typhoid fever. Mr. Brown returned Tuesday, Armstrong Journal:, The fialsov- Evennghara hay case, the Lund land cases, and a $10,000 breach of promise cult will make the October term of court in Algona a lively one. It is a dull time indeed when Kossuth county don't havo some attractions oat of the ordinary. The Spirit Lnke Beacon hns a long report of the Presbytery held there. It notes: Several churches have become self-supporting. One church, organized at Algona last spring, has <0 members and pays its own expenses. Other churches have been organized, and a petition was acted on to organize Ames Intelligencer: The amount of it gallon it IR possible for one man to induce is shown by the columns of J HE UPPER DES MOINES last week, which contains 18 original .notices of suits that have been brought to settle probably let them fight It out alone. He received the kici< intended fof the horse and says from the looks of bis face he thinks he Would make a good advertisement for the Climax tobaucco. He was cut close to the nose and just above the lip and while the cut did not go clear through. It bled from an artery for nearly five hours. He Was so weak that he was unable to be up next day. QILLINQHAM AOQtttTTED. Kossiitti Citizen Acfiiacd <>! IttiriiJtitf it Hull<lln« Near \vcst itciid l» Let Olf. Lev! Gillingham, who broke- jail at Alifona, iind who was riding by an empty building with a companion near West Bend shortly after^ which Caught fire suspiciously, was tried at Emmetsburg last week and acquitted by the jury. Gillingbam stopped at the build* ing and at the time admitted to his companion that he set the fire, claiming that it was infected with dlph' tlieria and ought to be burned. The evidence on the trial was a little shaky on this point, as his companion had left the country. The charge also was burning a dwelling house, and the evidence showed that this wan not properly a dwelling house. This latter ^S&AL^OffCj!8. ORIGINAL NOTICE. fn the District Court of the State of iowa, In and fof Kossoth Ctfunty, October Term, i. ft! igtFe. -Lewis Boss, trustee, platntiff, vs. S. T. Dan, leisetal., defendants. T6S.T. Daniels. John Qotern, banlel Pleree, an Insane person, and f red. B. Townsend. his conservator, Magnus Carlson, and Henrietta Cailson. defendants. Vou are hereby notnied thai the petition of the plaintiff in the above-entitled cause Is now filed in the office of the clerk of the district court of UK- state of Iowa, in and for Kossu h county, claiming Ahd asking that the title thereto be quieted In mm, and that the defendants anil each Of them be forever burred and estopped from asserting or claiming any tltlt'to siilfi real estate; and unless you appear thereto and defend b"fnr6 noon of the second day of the next term, being the October term, of said court* whl- h will commence at Algo^ hL°^ e / th ? (l V ll:octol ! C1 ;- 1898. default will ^1 t ..!, f lM ag!lln9t3!0llll "S lJ ^ ud 8 | * i ent «ntl decree rendered thereon, us provided by law. Dated this 2d day o! September, A. D.1896. 2414 CLAfcKE & COHENODB, Attys. for Jf Iff.. ORIGINAL 'NOTICE. point had a great.deal to jury. do with the many Wesley Reporter: Miller declaring for Dolliver, A.' R. With Attorney Welt Specht toil? No nation so declares. The whole Jiistory of the 20 years is one of increasing growth of bimetallic sentiment in Europe. No nation reaps any benefit, .as a nation, from gold mono-metallism. It is today an embarassment to every .nation alike. IV. Are these not indications that the -republican party is going to gold tnono- -jnetallism? Why do their speakers and papers preach gold standard, and say never a word about bimetallism and iu benefits? Are they consistent with the St. Louis financial plank in thus doing? The issue now before the people is the defeat of inflation, cheap money, and silver mono-metallism. This is jiot the time to be discussing the re- ,raote bearings of financial theories. Republican speakers and papers are dealing with the matter in band. The republican party stands for the existing standard as against fiatism or the ^silver standard. V, Why was it necessary to demonetize .silver, when it was three per cent, above par? And what benefits were the American jpeople to receive from such a move? The fact that silver was demonetized while above a parity proves that it was .not done to defraud debtors or to injure anyone. It was done, as THE UPPER DES MOINES has shown at some .Jength, in concert with Europe, to .eeoure an international money. VI. The republicans were in power at • tne time, and were mistaken in demonetizing silver. Mfcy they not be mistaken in waiting for international agreement to re- jnonetize silver? They may, All results of government policies are problematical. But where there is one chance of waiting lor inter-national action being a mis- Jake there are 099 that free coinage , will be one. Because anyone is not absolutely sure of one policy is no .reason for going off and doing the most ;fcx?}is.b thin'g be «an think of, '"i Vff. How about the "endless chain" '•44h8t depletes the treasury pf gold? And f|!- ; «3|y ha t ape ypu going to do with it? 0»<V "^w*i £»taf t° &et toi-iff revenue <§nfiugh to pay running expenses, The ^enjiless chain" never worked until treasury was fttooufc bankrupt, wearing the golden rod and W. P. Giddings pledged to vote the republican ticket everything is certainly coming our way. In our next issue THE UPPEB DES MOIXES will publish a letter written by Geo. E Roberts of Fort Dodge, reviewing the main points of the money debate. Mr. Roberts has gained a national reputation, and his letter will sustain it. It was written for THE CJppEii DES MOINES. Rev. Bashor of Waterloo was to have spoken in Algona tomorrow night, but the local committee did not want htm here and so assigned him to Whlttemore. He was the populist candidate for congress against Col. Henderson two years ago, and is said to be a very fluent speaker. Eaele Grove Gazette: Geo. W. Hanna, a well known citizen in this county in former years, is on the stump in KosEuth county. He lives ab LuVerne, and last the question of title to that „„„. tracts of land upon which the forgeries of the I ate Napoleon of that style of villainy, C. L. Lund, .have thrown a doubt. Algona promises to be a sort of paradise for the legal fraternity for some years to come. the Wesley McKinley week he addressed club, and as of yore there is no uncertain sound to George's republicanism and his adherence to sound money. Roswell P. Miller, president of the Milwaukee railway, has written a letter to W. D. Boies of Sheldon, disposing wholly of the story that the company had refused to allow free silver literatui-e to be sold on the trains, also that any duress is being placed on employes as to their'Votes. Mr. Boies, who is a candidate on the democratic state ticket, has been repeating these stories. J. B. Romans spoke at Webster City last yveek. The Freeman says: Mr. Romans is a man of medium height, about 56 years of age, and with a thin, squeaky voice. He said he was not a public speaker or an orator. It is only simply justice to say that Mr. Romans is evidently a well-meaning man, but nature never intended him for a congressman, and after Nov. 8 he will resume his duties as a hardware merchant at the old stand in Denison, Iowa. H. H. Bush of Garner brings back a good story from the St. Paul encampment- There were a couple of Irishmen viewing the big parade and one of them said to the other: "An 1 phot is the G. A. R., any ^ OW J" .I'^he G. A. R,,» 8a y B the other, "'why that's a saycrit society of ould sojers." " Well, but phot does G. A. R. stand fur that you see on ther bludy hats?" "Why that stands fur their password an' manes ' Ginerally All Republicans;' don't yer hear thim hollering fer Mike Kinley? Shure he's a better man than ould Bryan, who is thrying to pass hisself off for a yankee by droppin' the O' from his name, bad luck to him." Representative Mayne's many legislative friends will not be surprised at this report m the Germania Standard; Hon. S. Mayne, who addressed the people at this meeting, most agreeably surprised his warmest friends. Mr. Mayne is an earnest, fluent talker, a thoughtful, careful student and gave a very able, entertaining and instructive address, one full of the good meat of republican doctrine, He speaks with the^rnest, forceful manner of deep oon- - of the right of the cause be adr THE TIOKET PLEASES THEM. Wesley Is Sattsfled With the Republican Ooliventloii-News Notes. WESLEY, Sept. 14.-The republicans of Wesley are well pleased with the ticket nominated at Algona last week, and Wesley will roll up her old time republican majority in November, with an increase of 16 to 1 over all former majorities given heretofore. . Our democrats of Wesley met Saturday evening in caucus and chose delegates to the county convention. W .-,. P - Goings L. V. Hornby, Welt Miller, and Albert Klinepeter were chosen as delegates. They claim to have a Bryan club of 50 members. Of course it Is no more to be compared to our McKinley club in size than a wart is to be compared to a mountain. f Our public schools are getting on nlce 'y- Prof- Brown is bard at work grading the schools and getting out a course of study. The other teachers are working along in harmony, and Wesley has now one of the best schools in the county. , Thos - G J'"y has his new hou^e enclosed, and when completed, he will have one of the nicest houses in town. out e « A A Tpyon of Wesl ey and Mrs. Shawl of West Bend were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the residence of the groom's parents last Sunday Rev. A. L. Try on officiating. Wm. Anderson has returned from i f,. n j a ' ^ ls> ' where he has bee n on a visit for the past month. H. L. Vesper's little girl has been very sick with typhoid fever, but is some better today. Freeman Muzzey's little girl, aged LEffAL NOTICES. •^^"V-^^X^^^^X-V^""^ ORIGINAL NOTICE, In the District Court of the State of Iowa. In nnd for Kossuth County, October Term. A. D. 18HH. -Lewis Buss, trustee, plulntlrt, vs. Theodore Simpson et al., defendant!). To Theodore Simpson, J. A. Crane, and Lottie A. Crane, defendants. , Y . ol !.'i r ? h . ereb) i llotlfle<1 that the petition of the plaintiff In tne above entitled cause Is now llled in the office of the clerk of the district court of the state of lowu, In and for Kossuth county, claiming Of you tbttt lie IB the absolute and unqualllleu owner of the following real estate, to-wlf The southeast quarter and the southwest nuar- fer of the northeast quarter, all In SBC. 88, Twp. 06. Houge '28, Kossuth county, Iowa— And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and thiitthe 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 ana defend before noon of the second clay of the next term, being the October term, of said onurt. which will commence at Algo na on the 6th day of October, 1806, default will be entered against you and Judgment nnd decree rendered thereon, as provided by luw. o^i." 61 ' thl3 2 d dft y of September, A. D. 1800. 24t4 CLARKE & COHENOUK, Attys. for Plff. Heftrletta ^^ Muenus de iliSwul HUtehlhs. Venifti •S«i«l ! i?'*l I ] a ^B.ahsen. tffi claltnl title in Inffi estate *» S £ e J UD « «? tne petition of the m , use fs now nied iri the i office of the clerk of the district court of the nr ™,?i h^'h 1 ln i ttn ?, for I f os ? lllh o 01 " 1 ^ claim hi SLf ou ^ & h * e ,, ls , tlle '^solute and unqualined owiier of the fo lowing real estate, to-wlt: •» ^™' na h n lllf °' the tiorthwest quarter of Sec. 8ltT H p i l ^' R( . 1 !? 8 ?. 27 ' Kossuth county, lowa- hi« nt LS 8 i k . l i llB A l L att . h S tltIe tnereto be quieted In him, and that the defendants nnd each of ihVm ?i»fm. e n ver ^ ftl ; re , d '! tld e ?j° p l ied from asserttng or claiming any title In said real estate: and unjpqi 5™ i appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa, In and for Kossuth County, October Term, A, D i plttlnt " r ' VS " Jttnie8 b « 'entered against you and Judffit Ul erd and decree ORIGINAL NOTICE. tt t^^»?«^fei'7- ^ttffiJ^VMti'*. 1 .---. To Thomas Burke, W. W. TUHMV *.„ ~ ^aKfe^Siil^^; ORIGINAL NOTICE. In A l ' e ,, I)Istr lf t J? oul 'J olttheS " 1 te of Iowa, in and fo f Kossuth Couuty, October Term, A D.lKm —Lewis RUBS, trustee, plaintiff vs riina i in derson et ul.. defendiints. ' llas> J> An * An Ee Hutcl "ns. William Altord ' nnd You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaint If 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 u nqua 11 ed owner of the following real estates-wit: The east half of the northwest quarter, the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter, aid the north 30 acres of the southwest quarter of "he •yo- And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and thi.t 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 Algona on the Oth day of October, 1806, default will be entered against .you and Judgment and decree rendered thereon, as provided by law. .. £? ted thls 2d llw °' September, A.D. 1800 24t4 CLABKE i COHENOUB, Attya. for Plff ORIGINAL NOTICE. va - *— i^SS«^r! < »3^^^ will of you that he Is the absolute «nn ty ' clal ">lng owner of the followln|rea I estate tS wi ln " Uttl| fle<» said real udimn't thereon; „. provldd b 6 y law decreft jf^ ?eb W< - —- .,..„ „.. .^jitiiiuci, A. D. 1800. CLARKE & ComsNouR, Attys. for Plff. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of the State of Iowa In and -LaC^u^? c ife. T ~ erra '-' i ^ '".«$• defendants. uvuti «. jiciicr, Mary Peters, defendants: You are liereb of the estate to wt thereto be riMoS H.In,i ' "" l"°viae( by law. Dated this 2d day of September A. D Ifinn 24t4 CLARKK & COSENOUH, 'Attys. for PI, ORIGINAL NOTICE To^SlIusR. Thompson and Maria Peck, defend- ^^^SS^SSS^^K^ owner of the Is the nqualllie3 fprever.barred and m., eight years, died Monday morning with croup. The funeral services will be held at the house today conducted by Rev. A. L. _.,„„. Ben Longbottom is sick with typhoid fever at R. Lameraux' in Buffalo Fork, 1 " K -"" u " u ~ u "- working this sum- at 10 a. Try on. where ho has been mer. n s To James M. Willson, Amelia Wlllson, Mrs. L E Benham, and C. Thompson, defendants. J,°H?/? nfe , r eby notified that the petition of the plaint If in the above-entitled cause Is now filed In 'he office of the clerk ot the district court ot the state of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, claimine of you that he Is the absolute and unauallfied oiyiier of the following real estate, to-wlt" fl The north hiUf of the northeast quarter and thn southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Sec 86, Twp .06, Range 28, Kossuth county? lowa- t And asking that the title thereto be quieted In him, and that the defendants and each of them be forever barred and estopped from ossertlnB or claiming any title In said real estate; nnd 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 dny of October, 1806. default will be entered against you and Judgment and decree rendered ihereon, as provided by law ««•»» Dnted this 2d day of September, A. D. 1800 24t4 CLABKE & CoHENonn, Attys. for Plff SOME OBEAMEBY FIGUBES, Patrons of the Kurt Creamery Receive Over $10,000 Annually. Editor Monitor: The following figures are taken from my report to the state dairy commissioner for the of applause. —T-.. ..„_ Mv.. enrolled in Its membership at least 100, and will make a good report on election day. County Auditor Calhins »nd Clerk Crose of Algona were up and assisted in the organization, Iff THIS ~~~ Emmetsbm-g Democrat; Miss Cora Hjbbard left for Algona last evening to commence *»•—*««-- dc^ h n°Q l Q e amount of milk received, 4,059,033 pounds; average test, 8.9; number pounds butter made. 228883- sold for $40,281.48, Net returns almost 18 cents per pound for the year Patrons bought 15,300 pounds, and there was sold at the factory 3,000 pounds The amount of milk received for the previous year was 3,839,787 pounds, ORIGINAL NOTICE. In the District Court of.the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, October Term, A. D isfifi -Lewis fiuss. trustee, plaintiff, vs. Peter Win Hunsenetal., defendants. l ' To Peter Wm. Hansen, Marie Hansen. W W Turlay, Anna M. Turluy, Wm. Britten Dora Rrltten, and Mrs. L. E. Bentiam, defendSnts- You ore hereby notified that the petition of the Plaintiff in the above-entitled cause is now filod la the ofllce of the clerk of the district court of the state of Iowa, in and for Kossuth countyrclalniln of you that he is the absolute and un owner o£ the following real estate, to-wlt ThenorUiwestquttrter of See, 26, Twp. Range a7,.Kossuth county, lowu— real estate- and uni P Dated this 2d day of September, A. D 1806 24t4 CLARKE & COIIENOOH,' Attys. for pjff. ORIGINAL NOTICE plalntlff ' . Kirk, defendant: iX° «5. r ? h « reby uotl 'led that the petition of the '* ln1 above-entitled cause Is d in ORIGINAL NOTICE SKB£& aTo ™™*«ffi Thompson etal., " AUU aBKing tnat tne title thereto be ouiVtHrt in vnil flnnpiiK f hcmnfrt «.,,i j**_l. j , _ . w ' «uu luilcao ORIGINAL NOTICE To Thomas j ORIGINAL NOTICE igdalena Hansen, Peter Oft ' ,, , showing an increase of 1,619,246 pounds! Ihe number of patrons averaged 150 and the number of cows 1,500, so that the returns ran up to about $27 per cow in money, nothing said about value of calf and skim milk, which would fetch Helps And, now Johnny Burgitt's old' ringer, Leslie Boy, }s said to have gotten down to a 2:15 gait, What next? The Milwaukee company wjll put in anew side track south of its line in Emmeteburg, Work has begun, . They raised 123} in 55 minutes a.t fop -v he .Methodist church, the amount up to $80 at least along a little these hard times. GEO. S. ANGUS, Secretary. WILIi EflTEB THE MINISTRY. . A, A 1 , Slfort, ,a Well Know la to Oeoorne a , — 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 terra, of said court, which will commence at Algona on the 6th day of October, 1808, default will be entered against you and Judgment ana decree rendered thereon, as provided bylaw. ' Dated this 3d day of September, A. D. 1898. 24t4 Oleums & COHENOPK, 'Attys. for Plff ORIGINAL NOTICE. IntheplstrlctCourtof the State of Iowa. In and for Kossuth County, October Term, A. b, " S> Wllllttm «fi«en WesTdnd MrsTel J E.len fam dlffiants' er ^^nrutna, 0 ^ 25 ' Twp - ee - be quieted In Dated this 2d day of September, A. D. 24 ' term, being the Octobe ^ To William Britten, Fred. B, Townsend. F H Carter. Alice a. Carter. O.H Woodward?S Wood- wiira. S. T, Woodward, and E. A, Woodward the ,K ' AS- ORIGINAL NOTICE The Mason City Express-Republican has an. Hew of interest to all school teachers jn J^ossuth; A, A. Slfert was in the city on Monday, jiie school at Wgffalo Center does pot begin before October, Re has the elements of male, ing a successful minister in the M. E, obnroh. RewasatBrltt recently be^ fore the district conference and passed estate, ' be forever burred and estopped from ussertlng or olalmtng any title n said real eatate and unfess you appear tUewto and defend before noon of the of the next term, being the ~-*.'S-:"" v"w 41, vuiUOa, L|pIOu(lUi()CSt of you fh2?im 1I } su '}l for ? oa ?y h county, clalmlnl V* /ui| wJ»t US 19 tQ6 lioSOlute finrt nnminllHnH owner ot the following real e 8 tate?to-w?t" fl oi™i lene j'8t half of the southwest Quarter of Sec 2 T WM«, Range 37- Kossuth cpuoty, Jowa- A ,l u ^« 8 Afe'hat the title theretoVe quieted In tn the 1st day of Jnly, A. D IKOH <?n iiortgage note or bond of Tobn $ term, of sajd ppurt, wMch will coinmeiice aUiSo- Ot Octpber, 1800. defauirwill which wa,8 dedicatefl 9, week ago. either prjnplpa.lpr Interest,? LuVerne will family 9r at Kiel, now of **> Puggs, Atty, for KQWOT QF APPLICATION FOR I»the District Com-t> of Jowiv VQm S^te^^M m kttibdi

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