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The Aigona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 26,1933 City to Get $5,000 For Public Works The City of Algona received word that Its request for a grant of. money under the federal public works bill had been approved, and as ft result the city will receive about $5,000 for Improvements It now has under way, chief of which is the new water tower. The concrete work on the new water tower will be completed this week. What was taken as definite assurance that the new paving on East State street would be laid down next spring was also received from the state. If the new paving is put !n. many local citizens have been urging that (he pavement be widened to the width of the rest oi state street. Naturally enough, taxpayers who have property abutting on the pavement will be interested in this proposal, but Jt is understood that the cost would be compnral'ivcly small for (he widening and extra paving. Kossuth Auxiliary in Publicity Contest Mrs. I,. L. Lease of Wesley, the county publicity chairman has received instructions from the district publicity chairman advising her that all units in the district have been asked to cooperate in making the eighth district the first district in the state to be 100 per cent in appointments of county and unit publicity chairmen, and that clippings for the months of Augus and September be sent to the distric publicity chairman. Sadie Denton o Titonka, together With the name o each county publicity chairman and each unit publicity chairman prior to the fall conference which will be helt at Fort Dodge, Oct. 26th. Mrs. Lease has in turn asked tha Kossuth County American Legion Aux IBary unit make Kossuth county th first county In the district to mee this requirement. A prize is being offered later by the department publicity chairman, Marie Xi. Standley of Boone to the district to have first accomplished these 100 per cent achievements. PENTON NEWS (Crowded Out Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. Harry Filer of Council Bluffs spent from Friday until Sunday with Mrs. H. P. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Stephenson and Margaret Stephenson of Algona visited Fenton friends Friday evening. Robert Voettler went to Marion, South Dakota, Friday, where he will lake treatment for his rheumatism. The Walther Luther League of Fairville enjoyed a skating party at the Legion rink last week Thursday evening. Pearl Haase is assisting at the home of her grandparents, £Sr. *n<l Mrs. Chris Widdel, the latter of whom is ill in bed. i < i ; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Osborn were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Newel of Davenport and Frank Bailey and children were entertained Sunday at the G. W. Newel home. The Rev. J. T.' Snyder, E. R. Schlei and Wilbert Holldorf left Saturday evening for a few days' visit at the Worlds Fair in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Weisbrod and sons, Wallace and Robert, and Mrs. Kate Newel were entertained at the J. F. Newel home Sunday. Gen Hayenga of Eagle Bend, Minn., nephew of Peter Hayenga, came last week for the corn husking season her?. He is husking for O. J. Borchardt. Ralph Wolfe of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolfe of Klemme and Ellen Wolfe of Whittemore were entertained at the W. R. Wolfe home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Newel, Agnes Goetsch and Mrs. J. T. Snyder attended a meeting of the Eastern Star lodge at Burt last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. F. Newel, Irene Newel, Mrs. C. L. Osborn and Hazel Wetebrod were dinner guests at the F. E. Weisbrod liome in Emmetsburg, Saturday evening. Mrs. Peter Hayenga and Mrs. Harry Haase visited Saturday at the Charles Lauritzen home in Graettinger. Verdell Lauritzen accompanied them home for a short visit. Mrs. G. B. Johnson was hostess to the afternoon bridge club Saturday. Mrs. H. H. Widdel won high score prize and Mrs. Henry Schulte received the consolation prize, The George Goetschs moved last week into the house recently purchased by Agnes Goetsch. The John Campbells moved into the Jacob Hengle house vacated by the Goetscha, The M. E. Aid society will meet this Friday afternoon in the M. E. church parlor. Hostesses will be Mesdames W. J. Weiabrod, F. H. Eigler, Wiffiam Huskamp and Elsie Johnson. Mrs. C. L. Osborn, Hazel Weisbrod and Lola Warner drove to Wesley Saturday after Irene Newel, who teaches at Belmond. tJfiss Newel spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives here. 8. H. Sorenson was in Fenton the fore part of last week pruning his trees and shrubbery on his property. He is staying with his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Water Borenson at Burt, at present. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bailey and their children of Iowa Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ford and son, Edward of Whittemore were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Krause. Edward Weisbrod Is decorating the Interior of the upstairs rooms in hla building on main street. Mr. and Mrs. Weisbrod's daughter, Lucille, wiil open them for a beauty parlor as soon as they are finished. Mrs. H. G. Losse of Lake City and Mrs. porter Perkins of Tipton, spent a few days last week at the home of Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder. The former is Mrs. Snyder's mother and Mrs. Perkins is her aunt. Carrol Gene, five year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fredericks, died at his home near Depew Sunday evening. He •was at Rochester, Minnesota, this summer but received no help for his disease which affected his spine. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Geronsin and children left last week Tuesday for Clinton for a week's visit with relatives and to attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. Geronsin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wilson. Mrs. Fred Lieb entertained a group of friends at her home last week Monday afternoon, in honor of her birthday anniversary. Those present were: Mesdames Walter Widdel, O. V. O. Laage, O. J. Ranney, J. A. Schwartz and W. K. Lnage. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Scare and sons Selmar, Burton, George and Ernest drove to Radcllffe Saturday. George was a member of the confirmation class confirmed there Sunday at the Norwegian Lutheran church. The Scares are former residents of Radcliffe. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig left Saturday evening by train for a month's visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Radig at Pasadena, California. The William Radigs were old settlers near Fenton and were retired 'in Fenton before going to live in California. Mrs. J. T. Snyder was hostess to the Hook and Needle club Friday after- tioon. Guests of the club wore Mrs. H G. Losse, Lake City, Mrs. Porter Perkins. Tipton, Mrs. K. O. Stephenson, Algonn, Mrs. R. C. Goetsch. Mrs. H. J, Reeder, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Don- Bid Wefebrod. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lepper and son Ervin, of Hawlcy, Minnesota, came on Saturday for a visit with the R. D Welirspnns and other friends. They are former residents of this community. The H. P. Welsbrods and the W. E. Stoebers of this place were neighbors of the Leppers when they lived near Hawley. The Fenton high school baseball team played (heir final game tills season with the Seneca team Friday evening on the home diamond, and won 13 to 2. Fenton has lost but one game out of eight, to Burt with the score of 13 to 2. In the return game however, Fenton won 18 to 3. The team coached by E. D. White, has scored 100 runs to their opponents' 44. A reception was held at the John Bellinger home in the country last week Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bellinger's son, Kenneth and wife, who were recently married. About thirty-five relatives were present. The evening was spent in visiting. After the opening of many beautiful gifts a sumptuous lunch was served. The elder Bellingers moved to Fenton the latter pat of the week. Relatives (here received word last week of the death of Tobias Anderson. Mr. Anderson was born in Norway, and was more than eighty years at Ms death. He lived on his farm north of Fenton for 55 years. His wife died in 1927. Two years ago he went to live with his only child, a daughter, Mrs. Lars Wollin'at. Viking, Alberta, Canada. He was a familiar figure in Fenton and was greatly missed when he left this community! He was buried in Canada. Mrs. O. H. Graham assisted by Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod were hostess to the Woman's club last week Tuesday afternoon at the former's home. Seventeen members responded to roll call by giving a current event. Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod read a paper on "What the Home Expects of the Teacher." Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod read a paper on "What the Teacher Expects of the Home." In conclusion the club was entertained with guessing games in charge of Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY November Term, 1933 Eleanor Mae Wanzer, plaintifl ORIOI- vs. NAL Frank A. Wanzer, defendant NOTICE To Frank A. Wanzer, Defendant, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the petition of the plaintifl In the above entitled cause is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa !n and for Kossuth County, Iowa, claiming of you a divorce absolute from the bonds of matrimony on account of cruel and inhuman treatment such as to endanger life of the plaintiff. The plain- tifl also asks that her maiden name be restored. For further particulars see petition on file. AND UNLESS you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, It being the November term of said Court, which will commence at Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 27th day of November, 1933, default will be entered against you and Judgment or decree rendered thereon. Dated this 16th day of October, 1933. HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON, 42-45 Attorneys for Plaintiff. RESOLUTION BE IT RRSOLVWU, tlmt the aura of $110.00 he transferred by tho auditor of Hancock County against the funds of Joint i). I). No. G-110 of Hancock county to the Treasurer oi Kossuth County, Iowa, for the benefit of Joint D. D. No. 6-110 to equalize balances In both counties. On motion made and duly second the Joint Hoards of Supervisors adopted the above resolution this 18th day of Uctobcr, 1933 A. D. Carried. There belnR no further business the Joint Hoards adjourned to the call of Hie auditors. Carried. FRED OXLWV, Chairman. E. J. BUTLI>m, Secretary. Audi tor's Office Algona, Iowa. Oct. IS 1933 Hoard of Supervisors of Hancock and Kossuth Counties met In Joint Session ill the Court House pursuant to the lull *»f ttie Auditors. Members pn.'sent Kossuth County— Hnlfreman, t'unncmark, McDonald and Morris. Absent: llciUen. Members present Hancock County— Oxley. KipplinK and Kchoun. .Joint Hoards of Supervisors organized by electing Oxley, Supervisor, L-halr- nian anil K. J. Butler, County Auditor of Kiissuth County, secretary of meet- Ing. Carried. Minutes of previous meeting of Joint Htssion were read and motion made mid duly second approved as read. Carried. HKSOU.TTION \VIUOUIOAS, 11 appears that there Is a deficit (iceurrfng In the funds of D. IX No. 2-:>(i hi Hancock enmity on account oi the failure of the County Treasurer of Hancock County County to coll ect levies THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS AUDITOR'S OFFICE Algona, Iowa. Oct. IS. 1933 10:30 A. M. Joint Hoards of Supervisors of Hancock, Humbolilt and Kossuth counties met ut the Court House to account Trl-Jolnt 1). L>. No. U3-100-31 pursuant to call of the auditors with following members present: Kossuth County—• flalgernun, Funnemark, McDonald and Morris Absent: Heiken. Hancock county: Present, IS'ippling, Oxley and Sclioun. Humboldt county: Present, Olson, lawyer, Saverude and Underbcrg. Absent: Weir. Tri-Joln't Board of Supervisors or- jiuilzed by electing Oxley. Supervisor lancock County, Iowa, Chairman and •:. .1. Butler, County Auditor Kossuth County, Secretary. Carried. Minutes of previous Trl-Jolnt scs- lon were read and on motion made and uly second were approved. Carried. Motion by Baljfeman and second by averude that the Joint Boards of Sup- rvlsors of Hancock, Humboldt and Kossuth counties accept the report of Kussell George on Tri-Jolnt D. D. No. M-100-131 dated January I, 1927, and also accept the report, as submitted by Paul I. Loomls on Tri-Jolnt D. D. No. 93-100-131 dated October IS, 1933 as approved. , Carried. RKSOLUTION WHEREAS, the reports of Russell George and Paul N. Loomis on Trl- Jolnt D. D. No. 93-100-131 Hancock, Humboldt and Kossuth counties, Iowa, illt-close that No. 100 of the Trl-Jolnt D. V. Humboldt Co., Iowa, is Indebted to No. 131 of the Trl-Jolnt D. D. Kossuth County, Iowa, to the amount of J40G7.27 and is indebted to No. 93 of 1'rl-Jolnt D. D. Hancock county, Iowa, o tile amount of J425.47, now, there- 'ore, i BE IT RESOLVED, that the Auditor of Humboldt County, Iowa, draw a >varrant against the funds of said Trl- Jolnt D. D. the sum of $150.00 to Hancock County, Iowa, for the use and Benefit of said D. D., and that said \udltor bo directed to draw warrant to Kossuth County, Iowa, In the sum if J4607.27; and to Hancock County, owa, for the sum of ?L'75.'t7 when funds are available In Humboldt Coun- lowa, to the credit of said D. JJ. to pay same. On motion made and duly second the .lolnt Board of Supervisors adopted Hie above resolution this 18th- day of October, 1933 A. D. Then! being no further business the Joint Boards adjourned to call of the Auditors. i Carried. FRED OXLEY, Chairman. E. J. BUTLER, Secretary. Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa, Oct. 18, 1933 2 o'clock P. M. Joint Boards of Supervisors of Hancock County and Kousuth County met In Joint session to account Joint D. D. No. 6-87 pursuant to the call of the auditors. Joint Boards of Supervisors organized by electing Oxley, Supervisor of Hancock County, chairman and E. J. Butler, County Auditor of Kossuth L'ounty, secretary. Minutes of last previous Joint session were read and on motion made and duly second were approved. Carried. On motion made and duly second the Joint Boards of Supervisoors approved the report of Paul N. Loomls. Carried. RESOLUTION BE IT RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer of Hancock County, Iowa, be, authorized to pay to the County Treasurer of Koasuth County, Iowa, the sum of 11,000.00 on the funds of Joint l>. 1). No. 5-87 to be credited to the funds of said Joint 11. 1). No. -87 li were read and on motion made and duly second were approved. Carried. On motion made and duly second the Joint Boards approved the report of Paul N. Loomls. RESOLUTION Carried. WHEREAS, it appears thRt warrant N'o. 131 bearing date of September 13, 1!>.'12, for JIL'.OS was erroneously issued by the auditor of Hancock County, Iowa, against Joint D. D. No. 2-36 which should have been Issued against Joint I). D. No. 4-56. BE IT RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer of Hancock County, Iowa, be directed to call said warrant for payment and pay same out of the funds In Joint D. D. No. 4-56 On motion made and duly second the above resolution was adopted by Joint Boards. There being no further business the Joint Boards adjourned pursuant to the call of the auditors. Carried. FRED OXLEY, Chairman. E. J. BUTLER, Secretary. Auditor's Office. Algona, Iowa, Oct. 18, 1933. Hoards of Supervisors of Hancock and Kossuth Counties respectively, met In joint session at Court House to account Joint D. D. No. 3-46 pursuant to call of the auditors. Joint Boards of Supervisors organized by electing Oxley, Supervisor of Hancock County, Chairman and E. J. Rutler, County Auditor of Kossuth County, secretary. Carried. Minutes of previous joint session were read and on motion made and Carried. WHEREAS, if appears" that a deficit ccurs in the funds of D. D. No. 3-46 ly reason of the County Treasurer of lancock County. Iowa, having failed to ollect In the years 1917, 1918 and 1919 assessments In the sum of $1289.21 on amis in Hancock county Included In aid district, and, WHEREAS, there Is the following in- lebtedness of the district which should e paid: Warrants outstanding $609.63 Interest estimated 61.00 "Jue Sec. Road Maintenance Hancock Co. Iowa 176.36 Overdraft Kossuth Co 22.18 Owing to D. D. No. 24 Hancock Co 65.49 duly second were approved. RESOLUTION Total $924.66 BE IT RESOLVED, that there be levied against all the lands, tracts, parcels and highways in Hancock County, Iowa, the amount of .9 per cent of the iriginal assessment, same to be collected with the regular taxes of 1933 as provided by law. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the auditor of Hancock County be directed to transfer to the County Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, for the benefit of said Joint district the proportionate share of such funds when collected, and pay Secondary Road Maintenance fund of Hancock County the sum of $176.36 and pay to D. D. No 24 of Hancock, Iowa, the sum of $55.49. On motion made and duly second the Joint Board adopted the above resolution this 18th day of October, 1933 A. D. Carried. There being no further business the Joint Board adjourned to the call of mnde against the binds In Hancock County to the amount of $641.01 re- rultlng In a loss to said district, nnd \S~HKIIKAS, there are outstanding unpaid warrants Issued on the funds of said district In the sum of $334.97 and an overdraft against the funds of said district of $49.21 and estimated Interest of $45.00, and WHEREAS, a warrant has heretofore, been Issued by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County acting on behalf of D. D. No. 2 of said Joint drnln, for the use and benefit of No. 36 of said joint drain, said warrant being dated July 1, 1930, In tho sum of $175.00, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Joint Boards of Supervisors, of Kossuth and Hancock County, Iowa, acting on behalf of D. D. No. 2-36 that tho warrant above described be and same Is hereby cancelled and the auditor of Hancock County, Iowa, be and he is hereby directed to return the same to the auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, and said auditors are instructed to cancel same. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that there shall bo levied against all tho lands, tracts, parcels and highways Included In said joint district In Hancock county, Iowa, a 1 per cent assessment and that there be levied against all the lands, tracts, parcels and highways In Kossuth County, Iowa, a 1.8 per cent assessment all to be levied by the auditors of each- respective county and collected with the regular taxes of 1933 as provided by law. UK IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the levies above made shall when collected equalize tho assessment, heretofore, made by tho Board of Supervisors of Hancock County having hereto•ore levied an assessment of 3.5 per cent on ttie lands In Hancock County ncluded In <olnt district, in excess of levies made by Kossuth County Board of Supervisors on behalf of said district. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Hie respective auditors be directed to transfer th j funds derived from the levies l.ucln made as follows: To Hancock County. Iowa, 48.66 per cent and o Kossuth County, Iowa, 51.31 per cent "or the care and benefit of said Joint Drainage District No. 2-36. On motion made and duly second the above resolution was adopted as read this 18th day of October, 1933, A. D. Carried. On motion made and duly second the Joint Board of Supervisors approved and accepted Paul N. Loomls's report of Joint D. D. No. 2-36. Carried. There being no further business the Joint Board adjourned to the call of the auditors. Board of FRED OXLEY, Chairman. E. J. BUTLER, Secretary. Auditor's Office, October 18, 1933. Supervisors of Kossuth County met pursuant to adjournment W 1th following members present: Balgeman, Funnemark, McDonald and Morris. Absent: Heiken. Motion by Balgeman and second by Funnemark that Isabelle M. Hauser be allowed to pay up all the principal taxes on the personal property of Nels Mitchell wit e pers( mhout penalty to the amount the auditors. Carried. FRED OXLEY, Chairman. E. J. BUTLER, Auditor's Office Secretary. Konsuth County to equalize balancei between the treasurer's office In sale counties In said Joint District. Said warrant to be drawn when sufficient funds are available In Hancock County, Iowa. On motion made and duly second the above resolution vras adopted by the Joint Hoards of Supervisors thla 18th day of October, 1933, A. D. Carried. There being no further business on motion made and rluly second the Joint Hoards adjourned to the cull of the Auditors. Carried. FRKD OXLEY. Chairman. E. J. BUTLER, Secretary. Auditor's Office Algonu, Iowa, Oct. 18, 1933 2:30 P. M. Joint Board of Supervisors of Hancock and Kossuth Counties mot In Joint Session at the Court House to account Joint \>. D. No. 7-120 pursu to the call of the auditors. Joint Hoards of Supervisors organized by electing Oxlty, Supervisor of Hancock County, chairman, arid E. J. liutler, County Auditor of Kosauth County, secretary. Carried. Minutes of the previous Joint session weru read and on motion made and luiy second were approved. Carried. On motion made and duly second the Joint Boards of Supervisors approved thy report of Paul N. Loomls. Carried. There being no further business the Joint Boards adjourned to call of the auditors. Carried. FRED OXLEY, Chairman. E. J. BUTLUR. Secretary. Auditor's Offlcn Alxona. Iowa, Oct, 18, 1933. 1:30 V. M. Joint Boards of Supervisors of Hancock and Kossuth Counties met to account Joint D. D. No. 4-56 pursuant to tho call of the auditors. Joint Boards of Supervisors orKan- l/.cd by electing Oxley. Supervisor Hancock County, Chairman and K. J. Butler, County Auditor of Kosauth Couu- y, secretary. Carried. Minutes of the previous joint session Algona. Iowa, Oct. 18, 1933 2:15 P. M. Joint Boards of Supervisors of Hancock County and Kossuth County met In Joint Session at the Court House to account Joint D. D. No. 6-110 pursuant to the call of the auditors. Joint Boards of Supervisors organized by electing Oxley, Supervisor of Hancock County, Chairman and E. J. Butler, County Auditor of Kossuth County, secretary. Carried. Minutes of the previous Joint session were read and on motion made and duly second were approved. Carried. On motion made and duly second the Joint Hoards of Supervisors approved the report of Paul N. Looinls. Carried. of $81.85 as per affidavit of recoiu. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Balgeman that annual reports for year 1932 of the following Justices of the Peace, Danson, Algona; Sheridan, Bancroft; Davison, Burt; Marquis, Ledyard; and Behrmann, Greenwood Tp.; and also the annual report for 1932 of following mayors: Devlne, Bancroft; and Roba, Lakota, be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Balgeman and second by Funnemark that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION WHEREAS, there Is now In the hands of the treasurer the sum of $62,000.00 credited to the Road Construction fund, and WHEREAS, there Is now In the hands of the treasurer the sum of Snone credited to the County Bridge fund, and WHEREAS, it is desired to transfer $10,000.00 from the Road Construction fund to the County Bridge Bond fund, for the following reasons: Having bonds outstanding and Interest due during the month of December and taxes collectible Insufficient to take care of the amount due at this time, and WHEREAS, proper arrangements have been made for the return of this money, same to be returned within one year from date of transfer, and WHEREAS, there is sufficient money In the Road Construction fund to meet all demands thereon, until said money can be returned, and WHEREAS, all laws relating to municipalities have been complied with, NOTV THEREFORE, be It resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Kossutr County, Iowa, subject to the approval of the Director o'f the Budget, that said sum of $10,000,00 be, and the same It, hereby ordered transferred from the Road CdTOtructlon fund to the County Bridge Bond fund and the County Auditor Is directed to correct his books accordingly and to notify the treasurer of this transfer, accompanying the notification with a copy of this resolution and the record of Its adoption. Ayes: all. Adopted this 18th day of October, A. D. 1933. Motion by Funnemark and second by Balgeman that County Treasurer be Instructed to make transfer from Construction to Dr. No. 84 the amount of $385.68 necessary to pay assessment of benefits of Dr. 84 on Public Highways in Plum Creek. Wesley and Prairie Township. Ayes: all. On motion Board adjourned to nine o'clock A. M., November 7, 1933. B. J. BUTLER. County Auditor. NOTICE OK ASSKNSMKNT FOR SUnPACINO BBCONDAUT KOAII DISTHICT NO. 234 Notice is hereby given to all persons whose names appear In the within schedule that there has been filed In the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing the special assessment proposed to bo levied on all parts and parcels of real estate Included within Secondary Road District No. 234, which schedule of proposed as' -- ows: Sec. Twp. Range Acres Name of Owner Amt. of Assmt sessinent Is as follows: Hub-Division NE 1-4 SW 1-4 26 HW 1-4 SW 1-4 26 HE 1-4 SW 1-4 26 NW 1-4 SW 1-4 26 NE 1-4 819 1-4 27 NW 1-4 HK 1-4 27 HW 1-4 SE 1-4 27 SE 1-4 HH 1-4 27 NK 1-4 SW 1-4 27 NW 1-4 SW 1-4 27 HW 1-4 SW 1-4 27 RK 1-4 SW 1-4 27 NE1-4 NW1-4 ex. ah 34 NW 1-4 NW 1-4 HW 1-4 NW 1-4 HE 1-4 NW 1-4 NW 1-4 NE 1-4 HW 1-4 NE 1-4 HE 1-4 NR 1-4 NE 1-4 NE 1-4 HW 1-4 NW 1-4 HE 1-4 NW 1-4 NW 1-4 NW 1-4 .84 .34 .84 .34 .84 .84 .34 .81 .85 .85 NE 1-4 NW 1-4 86 28 40 Leo J. Miller $ 9.»1 40 Owen & Hlldur McEnroe 1878 40 " 19 41 40 " 9.64 40 William F. Albright 854 40 » ., 964 40 " 1878 40 " 18.78 40 M P. Haggard. Al Falkenhalner & Jean Walcott 1-64 40 " 9.9J 40 " 18 4J 40 " 18.78 89 " 18.4S 40 " 1S.4J 40 Michael McEnroe 90S 40 " 964 40 M. McEnroe 1878 40 Chas. B. & Kate L. Albright ... 9.64 40 " 964 40 Owen & Hlldur McEnroe 1*7* 40 " 9.64 40 " 9.«» 40 " 1871 40 Fred Seefeld 18 4J You and each of you whose names appear In the within schedule arc hereby notified that said report will come on for hearing before the Board of Hup- ervlsors at their office In AlKona, Iowa, on the 15th day of November. 1988, at 2 o'clock P. M. At said hearing any of the above apportionments may be increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to laid report on or before noon of said day the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid In full without Interest K paid *lthln twenty days from date assessment In confirmed. Dated at AlKona, Iowa, thli 7th day of October. 1«»». B. J. BUTLER, County Auditor. I AUCTION As we arc equipped to do your farm sale advertising and bill printing promptly and at reasonable prices, we will sell same at The Algona Upper Des Moines office, 9 North Dodge St., Algona, on Saturday, Oct. 28 (or any day in the year except Sunday or holidays) SALE STARTS AT 8 a. m. SALE CLOSES AT 6 p. m. 1,000 Head of Livestock Cattle, Horses, Hogs—You can list any number of head of livestock in our sale ads—one to a thousand head—at no extra cost. List it all—bidders usually come to a sale because of some certain things they wish to purchase. Horses -:- Cattle Or any other kind of livestock can be sold by Algona Upper Des Moines ^advertisements and sale bills. You can on ly sell by letting the prospective buyers know what you have for sale. Make your bills and ads say something. Hogs Sheep etc. Can be sold if advertised properly. Let The Algona Upper Des Moines hqlp you put on a successful sale. We are ready to take care of your needs at all times. Our sale bills, printed on colored bristol board attract attention. Farm Machineiy Plow, harrows, seeders, mowers, milking equipment, household furnishings— in fact almost any kind of farm machinery and furnishings will be in demand soon. With many changes in fam tenants between now and March 1, there is a good market for farm machinery. List your machinery in your sale ad or bills. Remember—"the more you tell, the more you sell." More people are trying to rent farms this year than for many years. Many of them have been away from the farm a number of years and will have to buy entire equipment. There is your market. Reach it through Algona Upper Des Moines advertisements and sale bills. TERMS—Cash or any arrangements you can make with the clerk, John Q. Public PROPRIETOR ANY OF THE FORCE, Auctioneers Algona Uppe? Des Moines, Clerk,

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