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PORTLAND,
ASTORIA, SALEM, ALBAW
WILLI AMTSTTE VALLEY POINTS,
PENDDETON, BAKER CITY,
HUETINGTON,
OREGON
Easiest and
Quickest,
is via
v* RreatI
RAILWAY.
Leave St. Paul at
3:00 P.
apolis at
the Palouse country,
7
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and
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Harness and
'We Have the Trade, Lead in Prices
and Have a Life's Experience.
Yours
In
Harness,
Miller & Cummings
If Your Property Burns You
Want a Policy in a Good
Company.
Queen, ol New York:
Total Assets
Surplus ovor all liabilities
HWFEVER
particle
m:
is
Is agreeable.
samples
y^^^_.itU1.^Ul'.JI..M*]y,^
Northern
M. dally, and Minne­
3:35 P. M.,
arrive at Portland
3
hours
quicker tlian by any oilier route.
Library-Observation Car, Palace Sleeping
and Uinlnu Cars
(meals a
la carte). Family
Tourist and first and second-class
coaches.Sleepers
Ilnuto from Spokane to Portland
Is
the scenic Columbia,via the
through
W
alia Walla, and along
O. lt.& N.
Through
cars from St, Paul.
Connections at Tekoa and Colfax for Idaho
points at ltiparia for Snake river points at
Umatilla for Eastern Oregon.
Gives immediate connection at East Portland
8:20A. M.,
with Southern Pacilic train, reach
ing Salem at
11:00 A. M„
Albany
Itoseburg 5:00
12:25
p.
noon,
m.
For foldors. tickets and Information apply to
any railway ticket agent, or address
F. I. Whitney, G, P. & T. A.,
St. Paul, Minn.
Saddlery
The largest and best assortment of
all goods in this line in the city,
including such seasonable
goods as
ROBES AND HORSE BLANKETS
Harnesses made to order by exper
ienced woi kmen from the best
material procurable.
REPAIR WORK
of all kinds a specialty.
L. M. GOLE
In Centennial Block,
Oresco, Iowa.
We Do
IH CinI Wll
While some stand with, hand in pocke
and inflate
$4,039,rSG.«
1,518,923.14
Oleu Falls, of New Tork:
Total Assets
Surplus over all liabilities
$2,G50,817.50
1.523,577.07
W. H. TILLSON, Agent
THINACURA
FOR THIN PEOPLE
Are you thin?
Flesli made
wlt.h
(aces
Tbey are
ftfj~
Thlnacura Tablets by a seien
tlflc process. Tliey ereato perfect assimilation
of every form of food, socretlng
til
tue valuable
parts and discarding tlie worthless. They make
thin
|lump and round out the figure,
STANDARD REMEDY
for leanness, containing NO ARSENIC, and abso
lutely harmless,
Price, prepaid.
$1
per box,
The Thlnacura
6
Pamphlet,"HOW
for.15.
TO GET FAT"
free.
00.,
MO
Broadway, New York,
For your Protection
wo
positive state
that this remedy
does not contain
mercury or any oth
er Injurious drug.
Gladness Comes
Wtransient
ith a better understanding of the
nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts—gentleefforts—pleasantefforts—
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that
so
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, laxatives
M'ELREE'S
ffARDUl
WOMAN'S RELIEF
for monthly pains in the sides,
hips, back, neck, shoulders,
head and limbs.
These pains are symptoms of
dangerous derangements pecul
iar to women.
McElree'8 Wine of Cardui cor
rects these derangements, cures
Whites and falling of the Womb,
relieves Suppressed Menstrua
tion and flooding, quiets the
nerves and brings happiness to
afflicted women.
For Sale by Medicine Dealers at
ONE OOUAB BOTTLE.
E. R. Thompson
Cresco, Iowa.
Owner and Proprietor of a Set
Abstract Books
of Howard Co.
Beal Estate Bought and Sold, and
Loans Placed.
Office
over Geraty & Terry's Store
Farm Lands for Sale.
One farm consisting of
For information call at my law of
fice or address JOHN M. CA»NON,
86tf
Notice
CREAM
Cleans
ej
applied directly Into the nostrils
GO
conte at druggists or by mall
10
cents by mall. Uwia
ELY BUOTUER8,58
Warren Street, New York
PARKER'S GINCER TONIC
abate* Lung Troubles, Debility, distrewing stomach and
female ills, and is noted ior making nires when all other
treatment falls. Every mother aud Invalid should have It.
PARKER'S
IHairscalpadiieateiBeitore
HAIR BAL8AM
Cleamei and beautifies the halt.1
l*romotei luxuriant growth. I
Never Valla to Gray
to ita Youthful Color.
Cure* & hair falling.
BOc, and tX.00 at Dniggirta
HINDERCORNS
Is
ELY'S
In
the Nasa
Bossages,
Allays In-
flamatlon, Deals and
and Protects the
Membrane
from
Colde, Restores the
piMK jrifw n'
-FEVER
smell.
IT WILL CURE COLD IN HEAD
A
The wrty sure Cwejtt
pggsfcStopi all pain. Mafcea walklui! easy. ISo*
atDruzsf*'
DruggUt for Chirlutlvr a Eiiglith Dia
mond brand l-j lied and Void nietiilllo*
jboaei.
scaIciRtfiwttbl'io
SUdbr
I will, ribbou. Tul0
!n» other. dangcrou* substito*
tlma and imltatiuna. At Druggist*, or tend 4c.
la Atmu|« f«r jmrtioulitra, tvalliaootala atij
"Uellef for In Utter, by return
Mull. lO.OUO
T'
tCiinoDinU. Name fuper.
UbkhwlerCaciuiwlCihtAladliifln Huuur^
Looal DruuUw* Phllada.* Mf
Or.Miles'JPain Pill* are guaranteed
"itfa j-tJd
toutoa
UeitOathe IngO mlaut«a. "One coat a dose?
•m
I sr
hereby given, that the subscriber
has been duly appointed administrator of
the estate of
G.
M. Harris, late of Cresco
the county of Howard, state of Iowa,
ceased, intestate, and has taken upon himself
that
trust by giving bonds as the law directs
All persons having demands upon the estate
Cresco, Iowa, Nov.
Sense of Tafte and
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TAX SALE.
State of Iowa, Howard County.
Office of County Treasurer.
Notice
Is
day
Treasurer
hereby given that on tbe flrst Mon­
In
December,A.
D„ 1896,
of
said county, all lands, town
ai,
to day until all
of
taxes
of
Matilda Owen
many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is
manufactured
by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
James Gibbons
E Doollttle
John
W
Sadler
S
DW
or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
Doollttle lot
Paul Bora
Webster
2
and
Geo
E
Frank Palmerton lot
of
the said deceased are required to exhibit the
same and persons indebted to the said estate
are
called upon to make payment to
C'. P. LENT.
Administrator.
3,1896.
FARM FOR SALE.
One mile west of Kendallville an
about 8 miles north-east
consisting of 153 acres in a fine state
of
cultivation. The Kendallville
school house
is
on
has two good unfailing wells, a new
barn 34x40, a comfortable dwelling
house and an abundance of timber
for the farm*. For price and terms
address
PHILEMON
PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Cute* scalp due*tea fc hiir ttiling.
Wanted-An Idea
Protect your Ideas they may bring you vrealth.
Write JOHN WKDDERBUKN & CO., Patent Attor
Deya. Washington, D. C., for ttaelr (1,600 prls~
tndliit of two hundred Inventions
C. H. Webster is
of all
Ithe
ojb
or other real property on which taxes remain
duo and unpdd any year or years prior to
1805
will bo oliered
public
amount
of
such real property be sold.
The following list contains a description of
the several parcels of real property to be sold
for the delinquent taxes of
1895,
Dated Cresco, Iowa. Not.
ALBION-TWP. 100-RANGK 11.
Blk.
or int.
Name Description
Blood lot
James Clarkln
Maggie KcUey
1895 wX
Eliza
A
dole
& Wm
Arnold
sX ce SO 15 85 1 28
nJS
sw
James Sprlngstell
82 13 21 1 23
Village of Florenceville,
blk 5 1 50 29
lots
3 4 5 6
Sc
7
blk9
14 15 16 17 18" 9 5 12 56
FOREST CITY-T. 100-P. 12.
Evan
E
Evans n'A
John WDavls lot Ion sw no&nw
12 43 23
8 12 25 22
Sanborn lot
1
sw nw
HHalrerson of river on
12 09 20
sw
15
lot
3
sw
Haven swsw
N
Haven
1894,
18
1895 18 30 63 4 28
Halverson lot
1
nw nw
AHawley
f895
Jones
W S
Jones
Thomas Harris
22 04 24
nw* 31 15 41 128
Searles 1894 sw* 31
31 37 39 5 47
ntf sw* 35 8 64 80
bx
SW 20
Morris sw of nw
& nx
8w
Halverson
1894
Ursula WUraOtt lot
ChasFFaul
Reed
21 26 00 2 02
lot
1
ne ne
21
1395 Jotlnene 21 2 77 59
1 wX
sw
Gerrllla Smith s6a el5 ne ne
28 12 89 1 06
Battle Marsh 9a si5a ne ne-
29 2 42 87
29 81 S3
ne
Lime Springs.
&
Heaui lot
6 & 7 19 09 20
sX
lot
8
all
N A
6 li 16 22 12 20
Lime Springs Station.
Griffin lots
W W
5 6 7 1 4 15 50
Thomas lot
1
Paul
AM
lots
20
Mrs
and
Alexander Holly lots
1617 1819
W W
and
Williams lots
and
Thos Malnworrlng lots
E A Whltmarsn
Cary'8 add. to Lline springs.
S E
Oleson
lots
5 6
7
on
wK nw
Delia Palmerton
13
Chrystina Schimp sw of nw
nw of sw
Frank Berghalier ne
Minnie Belirens \\]4 ne & sw
ne
Of
Geo Shipman sw
200 acres,
This is situated on the north bank of
the Upper Iowa, 1J miles from Ches
ter. Buildings are all modern and
commodious, consisting of an elegant
frame dwelling house erected last
season at a cost of $2250 one barn 42
x.30 feet, with
20-ft. posts and base
ment one barn
56x32 feet.
and all
other farm conveniences including
wonderful artesian well which sends
forth cool, clear water with foroe and
volume sufficient for mill power or
any other purpose to which
it
A Munson & W E I'erry
1895,
nw of ne
W and Barker
1894,
Upton and E A Bents
]/. »e
Iia Wheeler lot
Moon
Moon
Cresco, Iowa.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Estate
G.
M. narris, deceased.
and \\}4
WII
of
Cresco
l^l"
Bonj Russell
18M
Baldwin's Addition
.1
Mead
Kmor^
at tbe office of
Yarrlngton
Setfr Pearson
Abble Walker
Barney Boyd
A
sale for the total
taxes. Interest and costs due and
un­
paid thereon. Said sale to commence at ten
o'clock a.
m. of said
Anna Ling
Standard Oil Co
Catharine Ahern
John Coyle
Irene Wilson
and suoh other
property thai has not been advertised
for the
previous years, or on which taxes re­
main due.
LEVI H. 8ISCO,
County Treasurer.
6,1896
Phyletta Chryst
&
Sec. Tax.
Cost
12
nex
11 1 11 28
18M w* sw 13 11 63 a 41
IT
sw
18 14 91 1 31
exc
Maay
and
Woodcock lots
Kellogg lots
2 17 3 23 43
3
and
5 17 76 24
Thomas lot
4 17 57 24
1 2
and
Marraret
A
3 19 1 18 28
Hall w*
17
all
and
Geo Osland lots
John Somsen lot
James McGregor
7 3 1 13 28
8
and
n33ft of
wl24Ji
ft of lot
16
and wl24
of
Lottie Wells
ox
lot
28
and n82(t
of
Irregular Survey of
Webstetand
W
nw* 8 25 18
lot
&
Armstrong lots
3 sex
platt of Eatonvllle
FredL Baldwin lots
4 5 & 6 SX
Searles ne*
SO
Starkson
A
Howard
10 4 87
S3
10a
W
lot
9
w}-£ nw
10 3 17
Johanna Wolf e}4 sw &.w>£
2 5 2 7
Martin Lilsbce e}4 ne
Albert Niles w}£ ne
95
55
43
19 17 75
Chas S King 11
25 1709
40
Mary
F.
26 14 85
Hannah Nichols s)4 of se
Janes sw of ne
Same
34 19
W & Barker )4 nw &
sw sw
59
35 30 31
Still well eJ4 sw & nwsw
35 16
11
36 2 86 74
Geo Chandler ej.% se
VERNON SPRINGS—T.
99.
K.
24 19 78
14,
vacated
platt Vernon Springs 15
Maritta Epps lot
19
vacated
platt Vernon Springs
Margaret Sefort lot
1 34
21
va­
cated platt Vernon Sp'gs
2 15
1893
n3i se se
and se se se
1894.same
descript'n
1 8 9 5
may be
applied.
I have also several other lands for
sale including one forty acre farm in
Chester township one quarter section
of improved land in Saratoga two
farms in Jamestown, one in Oak Dale
and several city lots in Cresco.
34 6 77
same discription
i893,eastiooa
sejf
1 8 9 4
east
1 0 0 a
se}-4
Robt Thompson
1894,
lot 5
& 6 n% sw & se 14 swjf
Robt Thompson,1895,lot 5 &
1 3 2 3 7 5
1895,
11
and
12 6
John Halverson lots
CF
Mary
ClctDKi cuid beftntlfle the h*tt»
Promote! a luurUnt grpljth,
Never Falls to Bartdrft Qrtff
E
Moon
Ann Harris
still glvinpr baths
kinds on every evening of the
week and Sunday forenoons. His wife
will give baths to the ladies any hour
of the day.
Fornie
11
1895'
ds^
1,4,5,and
6 8 27
1895,
lot
4 10 05
CRESCO
Meadows lot
1)
Cady
1 1 9 04
Robt Graham lots
4
and
5 15 15 50
n»a'
lots
Alma
6, 7. 8 15 8 53
lllll sH
lots
AM
Wood
W N
6.7, 8 15 7 58
Flfleld lot
9 15 8 31
76
ft
18118 nH s!4
I4t8
Lathrop w'/i
Roclie w!4 lot
7
28
Alpha Wentworth lot
8 85
and
A
the farm, which
Wentworth
It & S
1894
Anna
TOWNSEND,
83m0 Kendallville, Iowa,
lot
6,7, 8 30 11 87
Wentworth
nW
Moon
1893
1893
Who can tunic
of some tlmpla
thing to patent?
W
V7»
n'4
4 7 74
1 59
73
1 05
53
1 01
70
80
1 27
80
1895'' -'I, 4 7 58
W A 1891 Iti I ISi
1895 4 4 73
II,12,18 21
14
to
18
incl
Sjobakkan
Tliostan
21
1,2,3 22
14 23
14 24
Lee
A
day and continue from day
Lee
HOOrvolil
15, w& 16 24
8 26
12,13,14,15 26
7 36
6,7 87
9,10,11 38
12,18 38
1J30
2 8G
59
48
58
34
1 13
68
Berg's Addition,
JC&IGAdams
1,2
Brown
9,10 8
1898 15,10 9
1894 9
1895 0
Wm James 7,8
Middlebrook
Wm Howard
nji
ne 22 IT 88 1 75
Samuel smith 8a of 30a sw
G8
40
99
25
ft
It
2
Alice Gallup lot
A
3 87
Beadle Hub Vacated Plat Block
Wm
Twp
99,
,Jos
nx
Kange
ft of
1895 24 38 34
Woodcock lot
1
on ne nw
A
Peter Vanhorn
21 19 2 83 89
DW
Haven
20 20 11 80 09
5 6 7 8 910 11
12 13
jr ...
14 24 11 51 1 01
3 4 5 & 6 24 16 90 1 39
lots 15 1817 & 18 25 1 51 30
lots
1
N S Buttolpli
Andrews
N
13 6 36 23
16 5 18 22
McGregor's add to Lime Springs
A
lot
s)f
ne
Armstrong
ei ne
Webster and
W
Armstrong
lots
1
and
2
Ruoy
se
Plummer
of sw
Geo Palmerton
Robt Thomson
A
1 sw* 8 6 73 2 44
8 111 23
10 2 96 4U
5o
of
150
ft of
lot
6
ee
John Johnson sw
10 2 87-
14 5 05
wX
of
ne* 15
nw sw
Henry Kathwxnw
15 22 86
John Johnson n)jnw
A Ruslnk
34 27 02
1894
tax
nx 19 42 03
1895
tax nX
Combs lot
Amanda
E
Anna Spencer lots
5 6 7 8 9
and
25 18
Miller hf se qr
Wm
Brlerly
36 17 19
2A
on side
nv
ne
26 30
SARATOUA, T. 99, 13
Stephen Shea hf sw qr
Levi Bullls
1819 19
2 30
47
SW 4 36
Sarah Craft hf se qr,sw
ne
se
5 18 82
se
qr 7 27 19
Thos Jones hf se
qr 8 16
Mary Hecht hf nw
Am
and
2 28 1 89 82
73
Seqr
12 45 41
neqr
18
28 67
25
Ellen Armstrong hf
A
Hendricks hf blk
N A
Nalson hf blk
Will Martin
89
55
1
1
1 74
1 2'
22
2 37
2 37
2 CO
7 87
4 50
&
nw cor sw sw
Ann Miller lot
19 61 03
Village of Chester.
2 2 25
Roper lot
Roper lots
7 8
and
10 5 1 14
Conklln lots
17 18
and
OAK DALE—T. loo—R
2 20
10 10
1 32
3 47
38
4 01
1 97
1 00
27 46 60
Hart lot
1
nw ne
Lit
Co
29 2 58
1894
nw qr
32 24 74
1895 82 25 34
AMESTOWN, T. 99, 14
ne qr sw qr
E
Herdman
Geo
14-l00rc
W
John
lot
A
McCadden
17 1 82 29
Geo
^Welles
30 9 26 85
•John Goodbrand
1 18
29 10012.
HOLovaldSlOO ft of n200 of lot
2 14 07
CHESTER—T. 10U—R. 13.
Eliza
Reynolds
8 7 78
8 9 48
5 20
ne qr
14
hf ne, hf nw
19
2 02
2
lots
9
Austin Glass ne se
6 2 41
9 2 10 67
4 5
and
Roper lots
Thos Weakland el
19 5 3 83
14.
Emma Pillsbury w}£
7 14 46
Geo Smith s% sw
& W Palmerton lot
2
on \\']4 nw
GO
78
26
2, 3, 4.
5,
6,
Enos Kicker lot
7 12
3
on hf nw qr
31
NEW OREGON-Tp. 98-Jtll.
Moon
1893
lots
1 &2
on
Same
nel£ 1
1891
lols
neV£
Same
1895
lots
1
& 2 on
neV'
John Coyle lots
1, 2,3
on
nw
S
wX sw
Welser lot
18 21
14
77
on
ej^
swl'
Thos Moen lot
ne* 23 21 92
28 15 30
2*a
25 32
'i'SKniffln Se* 26 81 19
Plummer neX
28 si 38
14
on ex nw
Addle Gardner lot
17 se^
Andrew Guyette nwl ofsw'X
Kofswk
A
Yarrington
8Wj,
Nels Gushing nw sw
26%a
sw sw
James Sweet lots
4
1
and
2 nw
ne
11
25
Chas Pecinovusky
n%
sw
25
eel4 32
Howard 7a on nw nw and all
sw
nw
42
7
Sever Oleson sw)4
7
Johsnnes Johnson
el
sej
Si
7
Same ne nw
18 19 41
& njnwsenw
sw
&
se
John Schuller
8
&
Bouska lot
19
on e!4 ne
Bousky lots
23
49
niv^i
11.
A E Bents se 1
23 31
Platt & O'Malley n}4 se
Jas Upton eji sw
HOWARD
1 60
Horry Jessup nv ne% 25
Mary Burke l'st '94 tax ou ei 8e 25
WcCauliffl'et 'D4 lax on ci se 27
as Bums on
se%
72
78
40
14,15, 16. IT. 18 15 2 18
Moon
lots
1,2, 3 17 25 S7
2 78
2 71
1 02
72
12
89
46
40
51
2
1894 17 25 1G
1895 17 24 64
12.
AN
HC
all
13
Wentworth
BF
18 7

sjj 11,12,18 i» 7 58
Forbes
lotl 80 9 48
Berry lot
Sama
9 28 4 55
Swehla Si Kobliska lot
1.
wVi
2
ei', 4 29 34 12
sV4
9, sh
ev4
10" 29
Wentworth
11
OS
5
30 1 40
1895
lot
5 30 3 79
Richard Wentwortli lots
3,4
O'Connor 1894
31 9 03
A Mosher lots
lots
Eva
I.ogue IIM 1, 2. 3 34 3 79
same
1 03
59
2 58
2 52
1 59
lots
lots
14,15
Jot
Mead
9,10
Aloulton
A
Ittft of lot
9,10,11 36 5 61
Beadle
&
Strong's Addition:
7
10 7
1894 7
1895
e/, 6,
15
Moultou
Fairbanks
Asa Betta
-I#
7
23 88
1894
1895
11 21
11 37
8 52
(1
11 15
1895 10
and on
2 00
1 16
111
1 2(1
1 10
all
0
Mrs
2 62
13
1 2 3
48
43
32
e(sw
ne
E S & OS
30 10 05
31 38 72
Nichols nwM
31 33 24
sw
Geo. Vatchta lots
13
3
&
ej
4
selsw
& 14
29 18 49
13
Mathlas Junka lots
12 9 10 1112
except ib'/itt, oh
e}4
so
13
Estram lilija of nw}
90
91
56
John Harris
34
23
58
77
58
Stephen Peooy
18
83
PARIS TP. 98—R 12.
Esther Ferry swV
2
31 32
24 64
24 64
39 20
15 85
74
2 30
102
1 92
3 05
130
26
1 04
183
8el/i 9
new
10
ne sw4
Wade
32
32
John Mussey
11
w!^ se% 12
Earnst 4a of 20a of sw sw
Haugh
W
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18
3%
ne
19
e%
sw of
Mary
nw
of ne
se and
wJ4
se of se
36 7 45 72
&
31
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wj
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rll 6
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se'£
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1
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Severt Oleson
36 15 03
nii sj^
1 2s
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seli
83
8 15 80
1
31
Alice Noonan
Tp.
OS-
Ilenry Haberling
sXA ne!4
Thos Boyle
Jas Stevenson
Margsret Ann Enright 8w}
Jrlin E
34 6 02
Enright se4
Mary Barker
'91
August Kunnuweldc
3 4 7 1 6
John Coyle ne
Jos Burgess
36 19 55
Same
3 6 1 9 5 5
1 8 9 5
east 100a sejJ
3 6 1 9 4 8
36
11
36
6
n}i sw & se!^ swif
36
Harney Thome.
11
23
Village Bonair.
1894,lot
1 bl'k 1
S Webster i894,lots
05
1895,
lots 1,2.3 "1 3
18
2,3
1
1 8 9 5
13
lots 11
200
33
2 54
124
148
137
50
26
232
206
nw} uw^ of swW
Same on nw nw of sw
30
Wm Nalbrecbt nci of nwi of sw% 30
AD Conway ne££ 34
Wm Landiore nw\i 21
AFTON TP, 9T—R14
Josiah A Betta s} nwJ4 17
Levi Bullia u]4 ne 18
AFTON TP. 07—13.
Chas
A
5 20 8 0S
McDonald,
1601
tan
1 l«7-14
6
Austin by
140
on nw se
q&01t3
on
7 4
John Maloncv
Collins lo{
4
22 74
fl 99
4 81
13 09
4 99
4 84
4 75
07
Frank
and
A It
A
7
1893
lot
11 10
1894 10
1896 10
7 1Q
Thurbur
Kate MbCormick
Mary
17.18 iq
Margaret Taft
E W l'lopper 1894
15.
1&
7 70
87
73
Beadle's Addition to Crpsoo,
lot
3 I! 3 79
Wll Dean n'j'5,
3 13 01
1891
1894 s^
1 11
GO
98
4S
1 42
60
sM 3 04
n."914,15,16
8 8 87
1895 3 3 79
^z*WF~Tzn~i
T-p
Interstate InAe.t. Ca. lots
W
Jas
9,10,11,12 15
13,14 15
I,2,3,4 21
W
sed
1895 4 29
NH SE NW 26-99-11
7,
John Hallman lots
Colby lots
7 33 51 2 55
11
WentworthwM lot
4
irreg sur
13a sw
nw
McPherson
E
sw 15 5 49 58
17 0 40 58
b'A Be
hf 18
Discard
7&8 bl 38
Niles lot
Howard lot
11 87
7 14
8 08
15 40
6 52
9 48
0 94
30
7 40
11 19
14 20
•il
90
5 G9
3 99
40
1 90
13 33
2 79
2 71
2 83
11 37
Leandet fc Ayers lot
Btainped
50
1 94
Evans lot
10, nH 13 7 58
Beadle's Add
3,4
6 74
8 53
2 84
5,0,7
Chas Putnam lot
10
44
20
3 43
2 00
1 13
1 80
sejf sw& 28
Miller
23 73
13 27
9 10
9 75
7 27
7 93
21 42
24 36
14 28
14 50
5 52
39
7 14
7 25
lot
4
ne ne
Jonn Harlow
27
1894
w'.4
17, 95 1-
5
27
1895 27
1894 sX 9 & lOonse
ne
27
1 50
76
4 05
1 90
2 79
1 21
75
84
91
71
2 44
2 18
1 12
2 88
4 75
2 53
38
1 40
50
2 33
64
1 44
2 10
1 86
3 38
1895 27
Everlngham
1894
ne ne
Moon
34
1895 31
HD 1894
sx swx 35 11 19 1 00
Ind. Dlst. Lima Springs.
nwne
34
1895 84
1892
51 10 6 54
hf ne se
34
1893 34
1894 84
1895 34
HOWARD CENTER, 99, 12
John
& E
McCook
Geo Searles
33 21 28 1
Village
of
18 16 37 23
1894
1895
nw qr
hf nw
Wm Huckins all se qr
32 03
11 09
13 10
[ex
lot
1
se se] and
A
ne
sw
Salmon
23 38
1894
22
se
or 24 25 28
81
17
16
25
30
block
39
JustisSabin lots
142
2&3
block
41
11 78
131
1 16
7 119
4 05
102
29
27
70
48
65
45
60
block
41
Aug Pruden lot
IT
block
41
Henry Kline lots
2G&27
block
42
28 42
James Keefe lot
29
block
42
Maggie Madden lot
20
bloek
43
Julia Hodgson lot
71
72
97
li
48
3 65
5 71
8
block
Jennis Smart lots
46
ROBINSON'S ADDITION.
1 & 2
block
Louis
A
A
Adams lot
122
147
93
304
3 24
54
40
29
30
37
41
43
29
22
1 & ej 2
Lena
block
Same same
'94-5 bl'k
O
Maden lot
12
block
OttoMader lots
11
Irreg Sur
NWJ4 & SW54 23-99-11
9, 10 6 13 27
15,16 6 12 89
Irreg Sur
WV4 SE 23-99-11
Nelson Tyler
18U4
22 2 27 86
E
John Lannon lot
13
Maude
block
E
Chambers
'94
lot
2
bl'k
Same
'95
same
James Smait lots
4&5
block
Peter VanHom lots
8
7
1215
1144
7
and
S
105
102
70
9&10
A
block
Babcock lot
16
block
FALGATTER'S ADDITION
08
block
in Iowa
permanent.
5 07 55
WANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OK WOiyiEN
to travel for responsible established house
respo
...... 5780a
Reference.
Salary
$780
and oxpenses
fe
Position
Enclose self-iuldres
envelope, The National, Star In-
snrauce Bldg., Chicago.
F0ETT YEARS
0! Suffering From Piles.
Bemarkable Cure oi Popular Major Bean of
Columbus, Ohio..
People who suffer from that annoy
ing and obstinate disease will be grat
ified to learn that science has dis
covered a
safe, convenient and simple
oure for every form of piles, as tbe
experience of the popular Major
Dean of Columbus, Ohio, amply
attests. The Major says: I would
like to add my name to the thousands
who have been cured by the Pyra
mid Pile Cure. I know from exper
ience that it is the only remedy on
earth that will effectually cure piles
plenty
of remedies give relief for a
time, but as a lasting oure I had tried
all the salves, lotions, etc., without
success. Six boxes
of
I feel that it is
50 14
Fellows Est hf ne, hf of se
21 32 40
Goodsell hf sw
3 70
247
1 21
1 28
1 61
1 44
77
2 57
22 14 62
lif
nw
Moetsell
23 15 44
whfnw
23 20 16
hf se
29 17 73
Matthew Hamilton sw qr sw qr
sw qr
Marian Moshcr
Eiiphemia
se
VanDusen
8 6 91 68
35
piles.
It is absolutely
2 85
3 08
3 51
7 08
13
07
107
741
4 27
1 & 2
43
50
44
60
20
20
27
72
50
on
16 26
nw ne
same lot
134
22
24
£4
76
68
1
182
1 &3
1 57
3 14
181
1 73
1
90
71
72
7 25
2 29
43
70
1 18
37
61
73
11
6
se nw
11
Elizabeth Miller nw'/£ of nwl
11
7 02
6 01
7
Moon
Same
11
1893 se 12
1894
6 4 4 81
16 37
16 23
18 98
19 03
41 06
10 14
15 30
16 64
10 03
718
7 43
15 10
29 49
4 02
7 36
13 79
34 56
410
^3
16$
9 74
0 18
same
Same
lj
1895
same
12
nw!4 16
Mason
e% el4
of sw
&
all
seK 23
Moon
"J3 nSO
aof
120
Same
a awl
23
1884
Bame
30
Same
John Miller
23
1895
8 19 86
1
same
60
.• 23
aw
sw "fig
Mary
A
24
Miller
ss
BW
24
John Miller nw nw
10 4 86 53
the Pyramid
Pile Cure entirely removed all traces
of a case of piles of forty
years
standing.
You may rest assured that the
Pyramid Pile Cure has no staonch
er advocate than myself.
my duty
may
83 8 14
ne
qr
34 33 87
29
81
VILLAGE OF RICEVILLE, 99, 14
17lt
lot
20,
l»f
sw
30
27 88
1 37
1 37
5 72
8 33
91
2 15
29
29
McCook hf blk
to, allow
you to use my name in any way you
may see fit. in order
that other suffer
8
thus
be directed
to what I feel certain will be a
speedy relief and cure.
The Pyramid Pile Cure gives in
stant relief and a permanent oure in
all kinds
ol
blind, bleeding, itching
free from opiates,
cocaine and similar poisons, so
common in pile cures.
The Pyramid Pile Cure is sold by
druggists
at 50 cents and $1.
A book on cause and cure
of Piles
will be sent free by addressing the
Pyramid Co., Albion Mioh.
The report of the resumption of
business by a number of industrial in
stitutions since election are very
amusing. Everybody knows that
most
of
them were closed down be­
fore electiou in order to frighten
employes into voting for MoKinley
and
the gold standard. The ruse
ceeded but they would have resumed]
just the same had Bryan been elect
ed.—Penny Press.
Prior to twenty years ago there
were never a thousand men in the
world at any one time who under
stood the science of government as
well as millions understand it now.
This means something it means a new
birth for the world.
Dlda't loci Dictatorial.
"The grocer's boy
12 01
nwJ4 24
23 37
7 03
0 00
20 07
1 97
1 73
0 01
173
34
32
66
1 36
77
72
12
ne se
Berna Uolirty
e25aswne 33
Com'rrd
Johnson Tiquan nw of
swtlG
Anna Sweten
aJ4
16
17
18
18
RJ3.
6
8
9
ne nwlj
Lizzie Clarkln ne swk
Ida Mona Clarkin
13 58 85
4 32
ial,"
of nwl
uw4 of
se% 10
Jas Stevenson Estate v/% nw}
John Enright
10
Margaret Young
eU
ne-
11
SWJ4
of
swJ4 15
11
HeliniLer 1894
40
1
lie,
21 40
38 0i
31 75
2 05
14 OS
nej^
1
2 86
2 42
1 05
1 25
147
2
nej^
Jas Hutton sw}Estate
of
neU se!4
1818
16
7 30
16
32 4S
41 03
15 01
e) of nw
4'
314
3U5
1
86
2 89
&
ejsw
John Lipa
18
nj ne 21
sw^
of nw}
Same
36 19 84
1893, w6oa
sej»
36 14 87
1 8 9 4 6 a 3 6 1 0 3 0
1895, w6oa se}J 36 9 97
28
16 62
9 54
38 t)6
se^ 29
VILLAGE OF HOWARD.
vv
chambers block
318
85
49
1891 lots 17 8
block
19
1895
some
19
HOWABD
Tp.
John
97—R 13
s|
34
01
nw
Same
John Heimiller
8
1895
se
&
3a on
w( se
Jhon Heimiller
8
1895
same
Hugh Reed
8
se^ 12
98
13 23
12 1U
113
1 06
si ne}4
Ho. of 9)4
& oi st-U 7
lB'.'onw
41 21
33 39
7G6
102
9 72
1H 75
6 81
13 69
7 61
253
7
ELMA,
E
HilUard lots
1112
53
97
30
45
83
80
06
GO
40
on sw sw
('has A
0
McDonald lot
13
on sw sw
Dan Falgetter et
6
al
Trustees lot
1
on
sw sw
Chas
A
McDonald
Lot
2
A
Chas
15,10
A
31
4
67
1895 31 6 (3
McDonald se of sw
88
ou- sw aw
Folgatter
5,6 31 9 40
'04
lot
2
1 38
128
2UU
13:
on sw sw
0
18H
Same same
18U5 6
Albert Miller
6150 ft
of lot
4
and
6
05
lot 3 nU ne yi U77-14
5 58
6 47
4 20
5 70
157
01
Morcn lot block
55
9,10,
48
36
72
50
same
Christian McDonncl lots
4 5 0
block
Same
11
1804
tax same
125
31
24
110
66
41
b'lkU
Christian McDonnell est. lot
10
Wesley Groat lot
11
10
block
Michael
VI
A
12 (J'j
58
3 03
28 85
10 38
26 33
8 56
14 01
1 42
06
5 07
17 53
7 08
121
0 57
1 41
102
141
Deveraux lot
10
Patrick
block
GeuUevcronx
12
10
Gyiffln lot 20
block
19
lot
i33
(nl
21
block
10
Baily lot
4
block
220
20
si
lot
Andrews 48ft lot
ofElma
lots
Lijjaie
45
0,7, 8
11
E
3 65
2 04
1 73
118
30
92
55
143
70
28
86
5
bl'k
Q0
0
'01 b^O"'
tiuino «uqe '••5 20
Inc.
Ictwu
1 block21
Conway lots
13 & 14
block
Klixabcth
27
Suavely lot
11
block
S8
James Huttaii lot
block
Jas
a
29
DJckey lot
7
block
Vitiligo
ai
Roberry lots
7 A 8
black
83
.. jy
Mary
A
Cusiolt lots
9 &
10
block
Huttan
li
blook
Interstate Invest.lot
Co.
78
1883 8 0 64
36
36
20
SO
27
30
lots
aZSfe
U&.
?«&8
bl
Baily lot
18
block
is here, mum."
It was the faithful second girl who
ppoke, and Mrs. Hardup looked up from
her letter at the sound.
"My dear,"
she said to her fond
though impecunious husband, "I'm
very busy. Can't you give him the oi*
ders this morning?"
Mr.
Ilardup
16 66
S 14
7 42
w% swJ4
sighed.
"I am
10 74
in no position to be so dictator­
answered. "However, I am
quite willing to lay before him a few
requests."
From this brief conversation the
astute reader
may gain
some
The littl*
13 38
18 14
13 59
3169
3138
same
8
'94 ej
2 60
1
2 60
1 71
2 39
AFTON TP. 98—R 14
Mahoney w}
E
1 2
nw 22
Reynolds
12 65
22 (9
7 09
25 77
1 87
13-48
14-91
12
6 57
4 31
83
30 37
29 58
si &
110
1
70
nw} of
neJ4 3
4
SI
idea of
the
size of Mr, Hardup's bill.—Chicago
Tribune. __________
To Please the Public.
"The people seem
to be getting tired
of this brand of cracked wheat," said
the wholesale dealer. "We'll have to
change the name of it."—Chicago Trib-
tickles a ti
ger with a
straw and
the man who
fools with his
health are on
a a I
there is any distinction it
is in favor of the boy who
imagines he is playing with
big cat and not old enough
to realize his danger. The
man if he .don't know, ought to
know that when he neglects his
h®J9
tempting fate and tampering
with death. Nine men out of ten neeleet
thelr health, The result is that untold
thousands fall victims every year -to the
Insatiable tiger called consumption.
per cent, of all case* of consumption
are cured by Dr, Pierce's Golden Medic
ai
Discovery, It acta directly on the lung?
building new tissue in place of old, and
driving out all Impurities and disease germs.
It corrects all disorders of the digestion.
Invigorates the liver and restores the lost
appetite, It is the great blood-maker, flesh
builder, and nerve tonic. Thousands have
testified to their recovery under its use after
their cases were given up by the doctors and
all hope was gone. The druggist whci
claims to have something that will do'Just
as well is untrustworthy
I was afflict
16 08
nes9. byt wouf
Itffs. Benlah 1
Va. •'My mother told me she had read'of Dr
.erc,e ?um?U.clne^
and
alvl*ed me to try them"
I took the Favorite Prescription' and 'Golden
Medical Discovery,' and they cured me. I cannot
praise Dr. Pierce's medicines too much."
Nothing will Jeep down the fortunes of
S?,,a i!'QU3 fonflly more than big doctor's
ftilU. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser enables a family to get along with
out calling in a doctor except in .oases of
serious illness or. accidents. It teaches a
mother how to treat the minor maladies and
accidents of eyeiy^dav life. It contains
1,008 pages over
300
illustrations, and is
written in plain English that any one can
understand. Over a million homes own
copies of it. Anew edition is ready and will
be given away absolutely FREK. If you
want a paper-covered copy send twenty-one
one-cent stamps, to cover the cost of mail
ing only, to the World's Dispensary Med.
ical Association, Buffalo, N. Y, If you
want a fine cloth binding, send ten centa
extra, thirty-one ccnta in all,
r-j
"-pa^3*'
High Aft'
Platt
SUITS AND PANTS
At the Lowest Prices ever heard of in Howard county.
Why buy a Ready-made Suit when you can get one
made to order that fits for the Bame money that A
you would pay for a "hand-me-down.
A Good, All Wool Suit made to your
order for $15.
A Good, All Wool, heavy-weight Pants
made to order for $4
SIEMER,
Men's Underwear, worth $1.00, for 50c.
Men's Underwear worth 75c.for 40c.
Men's Underwear, worth 50c for 30c.
Ladies Underwear worth 75c for 50c.
Ladies' Underwear worth 50c for 30.
Children's Underwear worth 75c for 50.
Children's Uunderwear worth 50c for 25.
Large Line of
Prices.
the
suo
Is not confined to music and painting. In
the Tailoring trade there is endless oppor
tunity to display skill and good taste. If
you want a suit for summer that is as near
perfection as "possible, call on
THE TAILOR
LIME SPRINGS, IOWA
Has as fine and complete a line of merchandise as is ii
Howard county and will sell everything he keeps at thi
least possible price. He offers the following articles
prices to c^se.
Ladies'Hose 5c., 7c., 9., 10c., worth double these prices
These goods are the broken stock from last year. Will sell
fine, heavy Black Cotton Hose for 12£c*, worth 20 and 25c.
We have 30 Ladies' Mackintoshes which we offer at 10 pel
cent less than Manufacturer's price. These goods must go
at such prices as they will bring,
Anew lot of Corsets at two-thirds price* These goods mus
go at such prices as tliey will bring.
Anew lot of Corsets at two-thirds price. $1 Corsets for 75ci
75c. Corsets for 50c 50c Corsets for 35c.
Dress Goods at equally LoW
Harness! the Best Made!
At Mcculloch's
Cheaper than 10-cent Oats Better than 200
7 r.:.: cent Gold.
Come and get 'em. Throw away that old one tied together with string.
Anything else you want in the Harness or Horse-Clothes Line,
Lap Robes, Whips, Collars or Curry Combs.
Everything jnst as represented.
Lime fSprings the Town.
Place.
ROBT. THOMSON, Pres. J. J.LOWBY, V.-Pros. ROBT. THOMSON,Castile
RBESCOI llwioRl SUvfHcsl RANIK
A General Banking Business Transacte.
Special Advantages for Making Loans.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS I
DIRECTORS)
J. LOWRY. ROBERT THOMSON, JOHN McCOOK.
W.K. BARKER. JOHN THOMSON. W.DANFORTH.
PALACE MEAT MARKET
Is the place where you can get the Finest Outs,
Sweetest, most Tender and Juicy Meats on
all days and in all seasons.
RESH FISH, SALT MEATS, HAMS, BACON, SAUSAGE
GAME AND POULTRY IN THEIR SEASON.
Our Prices for the Best are as Low as
quality.
HEUSSELMANN & MILT/RTfr
POSITIVE
I
McCullo ch's the
v:|
H.C.|PRICB
$
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