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April 16, 1934

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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 16 | 1934 Board Proceedings BEGULAR JANUARY SESSION March 20, 1034. EIGHT# DA The Board of Supwvisprs ot Ctrro Gord County, Iowa, met In regular session pu Buaot to adjournment. There were presen Supervisor C. R. Patton. in tb« chal Superior F. O. Boot and W. D. Gibson Absent, none. Minutes of laat meeting re* and approved. . , . ,. Board authorized the cancellation of th 2nd half of the 1932 taxes assessed agalns lot 4 In Pearsols subdivision of the SW N Section 3-04-20 for the reason that th property was sold by J. B. McGaheran t the Sacred Heart Church who are exemp Irom taxes. Board authorized the cancellation of th 1933 road poll tax assessed against Harol Miller, Lafce Township, on affidavit of Doctor of his disability. Board approved the suspension of th regular taxes assessed against lots 7 and I Block 32 Swaledale, Iowa, In tho yea 1931. 1932 and 1833 owned by Mary Hlc Motion was made by Supervisor Gibson seconded by Supervisor Root, that C. fl Patton, Chairman of the Board of Super vlaors of Cerro Gorilo County, Iowa, be an JB hereby authorized to enter Into nn acree ment for and on behalf of the Board o Supervisors, with the Federal Governmen Agency A.- A. A., U. S. Department o Agriculture, relating to corn and hog pro ductlon control, and that the said C. H- Patton be further authorized to sign al necessary papers incident thereto for and on behalf of the said Board. The foregoln motion carried, all members voting aye. The following resolution was offered b; Supervisor Gibson: Whereas. A. G. Butters, 4th Ward, Mason City, Iowa, is indebted to CMTO Cord County, Iowa, for personal property l*xe in the said 4th Ward for the years 1932 and 1933, and Whereas, the uald A. G. Butters.IB now tn receivership and there appears that *aid taxes are not collectible in full for th reason that there arc claims filed in th receivership which have priority over th county claim. Now Therefore be It Resolved that tb said taxes be compromised for the sum o S175.27 and upon the payment of the said aum to the County Treasurer she shall satisfy the said taxes in full. On motion of Supervisor Gibson, secondei by supervisor Root, the foregoing resolution ·was adopted. Motion carried, all members ·voting aye. Board' approved the suspension of thi 1933 taxes payable in 1934 assessed against the following described property and persons: Lot 1 Block 2 James Fosters Addition to Mason City, Iowa, owned by Mrs. Charlei J. F. Hass; Lot 6 Block 1 Parker and Fosters 2nd Addition to Mason City, and personal property assessed and owned by Mrs Ida Burke, 3rd ward. Mason City; the East 73 feet of the west 117 feet of lot 1 block 4 Paul Felts plat of Mason City, Iowa, and also beginning 48 feet ·west of the northeast corner of lot 4 block 24 Paul Felts plat of Mason City, running thence south 22 feet, thence west 36 feet, thence south 44 feet, thence west S3 feet, thence north 22 feet, thence east 44 feet, therce north 44 feet, thence east 73 feet to beginning, belonging to Ida A. Stflson and her personal property assessed at 12J 1st S. E., Mason City, Iowa. This being the 'day and hour heretofore · set for the letting of bids for grading and Incidental work on Division 1 of 3 divisions of P. W. A. Project, Federal Reference No. 4717, the Board proceeded to open bids submitted. Supervisor W. D. Gibson offered the following resolution: Whereas the bid of Cremer Construction Company of Decorah, Iowa, was the lowest bid submitted for the construction of grading nnd Incidental worK of Division 1. of 3 divisions, of F. W. A. Project, Federal Reference No. 4717. Now Therefore be It Resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, that the said Cremer Construction Company ba awarded the contract for the said improvement, subject to the approval of the Iowa* State High-way Commission and also subject to the approval of the Iowa State Engineer of the Federal Public Works 'Administration,,-and .that C. R, Fatten, -Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, be and he is 'hereby authorised to sign the contract for and on behalf of the Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. Motion was made by . Supervisor W- D. Gibson, seconded by Supervisor F. G. Root that the foregoing resolution as offered be adopted. Motion carried, the vote resulting as follows: Ayes, Supervisors W. D. Glb- eon, F- G- Hoot and C. R. Fatten. Nays. none. Resolution declared adopted this 20th day of March, 1934- This being the day and hour heretofore set for the receiving and consideration of bids for the furnishing the county's supply of oil, grease, and gasoline from April 1. 1934 to April 1, 1935, the Board proceeded to open and consider the bids submitted. After due consideration, a motion was madfe by Supervisor Root, seconded by Supervisor Gibson, that the bid of the Simmer Oil Corporation of Ottunwa. Iowa, be accepted 1 for the furnishing of the oil and grease, = and that the bid of the Standard Oil Company, Mason City, Iowa, be accepted Lor the furnishing of gasoline and that the Chairman of the Board, C. B. Patton, be, and he is hereby instructed and authorized to enter into contracts with above described successful bidders for and on behalf -of the Board. Motion carried. Ayes, Supervisors Root, Gibson ana Patton. Kays, none. On affidavit of Harry Frenz that he -was not a resident of Cerro Gordo County in 1921, the Board authorized the cancellation of a road poll tax assessed against him at 814 N. Delaware Ave., Mason City, Iowa, The following resolution was offered by Supervisor Gibson: Whereas, an application has heretofore been made by the owner of a parcel o! ·ground, betes a portion of Lot 1 in the subdivision of lot 11. exceot the east nine 'links and the east three rods of lot 10 In the subdivision of the NW'4 Pec. 3-96~2l. for an annortionraent of the 1932 and 1933 taxes, and Whereas notice by letter has been served upon the Interested parties as to the proposed apportionment and the time of the he"rlnp. Therefore, after considering objections filed. It Is Resolved that the 1932 and 1933 aocortionment be as follows: 1932: Lot- 1 except the west 7 rods of the north 5 rods, and except the south six rods of the -west 4 rods and erceot the east 1.11 chains, 5388 assessed value: The east 1-11 chains of lot 1 S1.34S assessed value. 1933: Lot 1 cxdcot the north five rods, and exceot the east l,tl chains except the north 5 rods thereof, and except the south sir rorfi of the west four rods assessed value S238: the east 1.11 chains, except the north five rods thereof. $900 assessed value. Board authorized the cancellation of the 1933 road poll tax assessed against Wm. L. Jackson In the town of Rockwell because of physical disability. Board authorized the cancellation of the 1925. 1926 and 1927 head ta* assessed nealnst Den W. McAuley. 1st Ward Mason City, for the reason that he was not a resident of Cerro Gordo County In those year?:. Board adjourned to meet March 24. 1934. \ttest: C. R. PATTON, ARTHUR HARRIS, Chairman Auditor. REGULAR JANUARY SESSION March 24, 1934, NINTH DAY Board met pursuant to adjournment. There were present Supervisors c. R. Patton, W. D. Gibson nnd F. G. Root. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Board approved the official bond of A. W. Harroun, assessor in and for the 2nd Ward, Mason City. Iowa. On motion of Supervisor Root, seconded by Supervisor Gibson, the Board approved the application and bond and authorized the issuance of class "B" retailers permit to sell beer to the following persons: H. W. Thompson, Ventura. Iowa: J. R. Jorgensen, Ventura, Iowa. Motion carried, all members voting Aye. The following resolution was offered by Supervisor Root: Be It resolved by the Board qf Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, on this 24th day of March, 1934, that there should be and hereby is, set over, transferred and appropriated $100.00 from the poor fund which 13 sufficient to meet the appropriation to be used In connection with C. W. A. project number 506 for Cerro Gordo county, Iowa, the application for which i* by this reference made a part hereof- Be It further resolved that there should be and there Is hereby transferred for the use ot Ibe C. W. A. ill tools, materials, equipment and services Hated under achedu eleven of said application. On motion of Supervisor Root, neconde by Supervisor Glbaon, the foregoing rest lutloo as offered was addpted. Motion ca; tied, all members voting aye. The following resolution was offered b Supervisor Root: Whereas. Frank gheehy. Clear Lake, low is indebted to Cerro Gordo County, Iowa for personal property taxes assessed agalni the Clear Lake Silver Fox Farm for In years 1931, 1932 and 1933, and Whereas It appears that the said taxe are not collectible lo full, and that the are not a Hen on any real estate. Now Therefore be it Resolved by th Board of Supervisors that If the said Fran "heehy Aball cause to be paid to the Count Treasurer the sum of SI SO. 00, then th County Treasurer shall accept the said sun In complete nnd full settlement of the sal taxes, interest and penalties. Motion was made by Supervisor Root seconded by Supervisor Gibson that the fore going resolution as offered be adopted. Motion carried. Ayes: Supervisors Root, Gib son nnd Patton, Nays, none. The following resolution was offered by Supervisor Root: . Pursuant to the provisions of Section 7420-d2, Code of Iowa, Be it Resolved by tho Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordt County, Iowa, that the Ventura State Bauk Ventura, Iowa, be, and It Is hereby deelg Hated as a depository of public funds com Ing Into the hands qf the County Treasure! during the year 3934, conditioned, however that the maximum amount which may be kept on deposit shall not exceed 550.000.00 On motion of Supervisor Root, seconded by Supervisor Gibson, tho foregoing resolu tion as offered was adopted. Ayes: Supervisor Root. Gibson and Patton. Kays, none Board adojurned Sine Die. Attest: C. R. PATTON, ARTHUR HARRIS, Chairman Auditor. REGULAR APRIL SESSION April 2, 1934. FIRST DAY The Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, met in regular session. There were present Supervisors C. R. Patton Chairman in the chair; Supervisor F. G Root and W. D. Gibson. Absent, none. The following resolution was offered bj Supervisor Gibson: Whereas, the east 81 feet of lot 5 ant the east 61 feet of the north 16 feet ot 4 in the subdivision of the NWy t Nl .. Section 10-86-20 was In the year 1933 assessed under one valuation, and Whereas, the property has since been divided in ownership, and one of the own crs has made application to the Board for the apportionment of the assessed valuation and Whereas, the owners have served will notice by letter of the day and hour the 3oard would consider and make the appor .lonment. Now Therefore Be it Resolved by tht Board of Supervisors that after due con. slderatfon they do hereby apportion th assessed value on accordance -with the present ownership as follows: The east 61 eet of the south 111.625 feet of lot " and the east 61 feet of the north 16 feet of ot 4 in the subdivision of the NW NE'i Section 10-96-20, assessed value $240.00; The east 61 feet of lot 5 except the south 11.625 feet In the subdivision of the NWH Section 10-96-20, assessed value 1,335.00. On motion of Supervisor Gibson, seconded y Supervisor Root, tfce foregoing resolu- OQ as offered was adopted. Motion carried, 11 members voting aye. On motion of Supervisor Gibson, seconded y Supervisor Root, the Board authorized he cancellation of the personal property ssessed to L. R. Calkins on roll No. 35, t. Vcrcon Township In the year 1933, the .sfiessment being in error as to o p wnershlp s evidenced by stipulation of settlement Equity Case No. 23857 and Law Case o. 23866. Motion carried. On motion of Supervisor Root, seconded ' Supervisor Gibson, the Board approved e application and bond Incident to, and uthorized the issuance of a cigarette per- lt to Dora Ann Sornsen, Clear Lake, Iowa. R 1, said permit expiring, unless revoked, une 30, 1936. Motion carried, all members ting aye. Board authorized the cancellation of the oncy and Credit assessment of C. E, effler. 630 8th St. K. E., assessed on oil No. 52, 3rd Ward, Maion City, Iowa. 932. on affidavit that the mortgage was wed and not owned. On motion of Supervisor · Gibson, seconded y Supervisor Root, the 1833 regular taxes ssessed against lots 1 and 2 block 6 eneseo, Rockwell, Iowa, owned by Estella ible, were suspended. Motion carried. On motion of Supervisor Root, seconded j Supervisor Glbaon, the 1932 and 1S33 egular taxes assessed against lot 5 and 11 of Jot 6 except the west 16 feet, block 2, Rock Falls, Iowa, owned by M. D. tickney and also the head tax for the ears 1932 and 1933 in Rock Falls were uspended. Motion carried. The following resolution was offered by upervlsor Gibson: Whereas, John Sheehy Is Indebted to Cerro ordo County. Iowa, for personal property Including head tar.es and road poll axes assessed in the 3rd. ward. Mason City, owa, lor the years 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929 cd 1931 and in the second ward In 1932. nd in Clear Lake Corporation In 1930, and Whereas It appears that the said taxes re not collectible in full and are not a tn against any real estate. Now Therefore be It Resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County, owa, that If the said John Sheehy shall :ause to be paid to tie County Treasurer the sura of $25.00 on or before the 1st day f November, 1934, then the said taxes ball stand compromised, and the County Treasurer shall accept the said sum in full nd complete settlement- ot the said taxes, nterest and penalties. Motion was made by Supervisor Gibson, econded by Supervisor Root that the fore- ;olng resolution as offered be adopted. Mo- ioa carried, all members voting aye. Motion was made by Supervisor Root, econded by Supervisor Gibson that May 1, 934, at 1:30 o'clock P, M., be set as the lay and hour to receive and consider bids or the construction of Division three of '. W. A. Grading Project. Federal Refer- nce Docket No. 4717, and that notice of the receiving and consideration of bids be jublished In the Mason City Globe-Gazette n April 13th and 20th. 1934. Motion carried, all members x-oting aye. Board approved the continuation of offl- ial bond of William H. Gleason, assessor or Mason City, Iowa. Resolution. BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa: That in accord with the provisions r .t Section 4821, Code of Iowa. It is hereoy irdered: That all noxious weeds shall be lestroyed at the time and in the manner et forth below: Canada thistle, sow thistle, uaqk grass and European blod weed shall e destroyed In the manner which will kill he root stalks as well as by the cutting he plants before they are in full bloom and efore the seed had developed sufficiently o that they will germinate when dry; all weeds being cut at the time specified beow: 1 Buckthorn, Canada thistle, sow thlstla uack grass, smooth dock, wild mustard, hall be cut before June 25, 1934. and as ften thereafter as necessary to keep seed rora maturing. 2 Russian thistle, sour dock, wild, car- ·ot, wild parsnip, European bind weed, arse nettle, shall be cut before July 15, 934. and as often thereafter as necessary o prevent seed from maturing. 3 Burdock, butter-print, cocklebur, wild unflower, nhoofly shall be cut before Vugust 1, 1934, and as often thereafter as ecessary to prevent seed from maturing, All weeds except Canada thistle, sow ilstie, and quack grass growing upon the ighways adjoining the land which you own r -which you have in your possession or ider your control. Shall be cut on or efore June 25, 1934. That If the owner or person in control f any real estate falls to comply with the oregolng order, the weed commissioner shall ause this to be done, and the expense of aid work. Including costs of serving notice otb.tr costs, if any, to be taxed against he land and the owners thereof. That the loss or damage to crops or pro- erty incurred by reason of such destruction be borne by the owners of sjiid real state and the word "owner" shall refer o Uie title holder of said real estate, «n- ess said real estate shall be sold under ontract whereby possession has been de- vered to the purchaser, in which event it hall be construed that the purchaser is 'IB owner of said real estate, except where contract has been entered into providing or such loss or damage. Supervisor Root offered and moved the doption of the foregoing resolution, second- d by Supervisor Gibson, upon roll call the ote was: Ayes, Supervisors Root, Gibson nd Patlon. Nays, none. The following official reports were ap- rovefl by the Board: F. W. Brown, con- able annual 1933; Recorder for 4th, quar- 1933; Superintendent lor March 1931;, $ Sheriff driver license fees for February 1U34; M. C. Coughloti. Justice of Peace 'for third quarter 1934 : Steward County Home for February 1034 ; Auditor for 1st quarter 1934; Overseer of Poor for February 1934. Motion was made by Supervisor Gibson, seconded by Supervisor Ryot that the compensation of weed commissioners for the year 1934 be set at J3.00 per day of elgnt hourn, and that the compensation of other labor be set at 30 cents per hour for muni forty-five cents ptrhour for man and team; and fifty-five cent per hour for man, team and mower. Motion carried, all members voting aye. Board approved the appointment of O, W. Oog as deputy sheriff without compensation and approved his official bond Incident to the appointment. Board authorized the cancellation of a road poll tax for the year 1932 assessed against Vcrie Barnhlll in Mason Township for the reason that he paid the same in Rockwell, and holds receipt No, 26. Board approved the revocation of the Appointment of T. B. Brown as deputy sheriff without compensation. On motion qf Supervisor Root, aecondct by Supervisor Gibson, the following bills against the county were approved and allowed, and the county auditor was Instructed to draw warrants la payment thereof, Motion carried. Ayes. Supervisors Patton, Gibson and Root. Nays, None: Adams, A. B., gardens ..... . Adams, J. D. Co., toad ..... Alambis, Steve, rent . ............ Alltz, Mrs. Anna .............. .. Allen, Mrs. Wm., rent ........... American Beet Sugar Co., rent ... American Optical Co., road ..... Anderson, Mrs. P. A., rent ..... . Anderson, L, A., rent ...... ...... Aehland, L. E., provisions ...... Ashley, Alvlu, rent ..... ...... . . A P Tea CO., provisions . ..... A P Tea Co., provisions ...... Agner, George, rent ........... Allison Coal Feed, fuel ......... Alter. Wm., rec t rent ............ American Fbok Co., school books . Andrew, Mra. Josephine, rent .... Atlas Meat ft Groc., provisions . . Avery, A. M. £ Son, T B ........ Allied Dealers, sher car .......... Anderson, Dr. Horace. T B ....... Slake, George, reported ......... Sarlow, James, assessor ......... Bnmber Auto Top, maint ........ Barkburst, Ralph, road ......... Basket Grocery, provisions ... ..... Baxter. C. M., rent ............. Beck Bros., rent ................. Beckncrs Kood Market, provisions Belolt Children's Home, care ..... Bennett, Mrs. Agnes, rent .. ..... Bishop Dairy, provisions ........ Blair. Donald, grain ............. B'ake, J. J., rent ......... ....... Block, W. G. Co.; fuel .......... Bluhm, Henry, rent .............. Board, W. M., rent .............. EJohn, Thfco, rent ................. B'oriken. H. 0,, rent .............. Boomhower, L. R., rent .......... Bowen, Mrs. M. E., rent ......... 3oweti r S. R., maint ....,.,,..... Typewriter Co-, mach rep ... 3rager Eat, G. A. Etzel, Tr., rent Erlar, Mrs. A. LeRoy, rent ....... friar, W. H.. Agent, rent ....... Srown, Mrs. E. C., rent .......... Jrown, H. J., B of H ......... '... Jrown, Lucy, rent ......... ...... lulrge, W. C., rent ..... ......... Burroughs Adding Mach Co., RFC lind Pensions . , ................. ilake, George, reporter ....... ... larlow, J. D., probation officer -. Beck, Mrs. Hattle, rent ........... ierry, Mrs. J. J., rent ........... -ird. S. R.. drugs ............... Block. W. G. Co.. fuel ........... 3ogardu3, Ray, road . ..... . ...... owroan, Archie, provisions ...... rltven Groc., provisions . . ..... . rophy Coal Co., fuel ......... .- ruchners Garage, road ... ..... . . runsteln, Henry, rent .......... ullls Groc., provisions .......... . utz, E. E. Groc., provisions .... uehler Bishop, provisions ..... loomfield, E'lls. trustee ......... ogardus, Ray. RFC ........ ..... M St P P, RFC ..... ........ ounty Engineer, postage ..... .... arr, V. M., provisions .......... arstens, A. K., clerk ........... artersville Supply Co., fuel ...... arver. Belle, care .............. entral Battery Elec Co., road . . entral Food Market, pro-visions ... entral Shoe Shop, clothing ...;... erro Gordo Implement Co., repair hamplin Refining Co., road ..... bazen, Sam, rent .............. hlcago Meat Market, provisions ., ity of Clear Laks, burial ........ 'ark, C. F., bailiff ............. lark, E. W. A Co., rent ____ ..... olloton, Margaret, rent .......... Olloton. W. H., rent ____ ... ...... ombs Tire Battery, sher car ... onso!. Coal Coke Co., fuel .... onvent of the Good Shepherd, care ookmao, Mrs. Frank, rent ....... oyle, Roselle, rent ............... irocker, Yvonne, rent ............ irystal Lake Ice Fuel Co., fuel Culver, Ida, rent . ....... . ........ :urt!s, Mrs. F. G., rent .. ....... Custard, J., allowance .......... .. Bounty Recorder, postage ......... C M St P P, transportation ... Calvert, John, rent .............. Campbell, W. H., rent ............ Casey Drug Co., drugs .. .......... Cassldy, James, assessor . ........ Catlln, Rachel, rent ...... . ..... . Caul, A. W-, rent .......... ..... Chapin O'Nell, fuel ....... .....,.City of Mason City, fuel ......... C L Grain Co., fuel ............ Mirror, publications ......... Conn. Mary, rent ..... ........... Jcokman, Bert,- assessor ........ Cross, Joe. Exec., rent 30.00 4.64 26.00 22.JO 7.00 7.00 S.19 7.00 7.00 fil.St 7.00 17.00 i.Sc 7.0Q 123.75 21.00 2.04 7.0C 27.75 12.36 39.83 129.00 294. OC 100.00 .50 16.50 8.3: 47.SU 94.00 '22.00 141.00 y.OO 7.03 77,75 5.00 247.1 7.00 19.00 21.01 7.0U 12.00 7.00 34.91 lO.Oc 7.0C 9.00 14.00 7.00 3.00 14.00 7.00 10.00 487.50 13.65 28,35 7.00 8.00 18.-J7 173.00 51.05 7.70 47,00 104.55 18.70 7,00 18.75 26.00 26.00 S.OO 19.75 1-60 2.00 2.04 3.00 16.90 12.00 11.38 12.25 1.50 9.57 46.19 5.00 32.00 10.00 O.Oo 14.00 35.00 12.00 12.20 119.25 20.00 9.00 14.00 7.00 33.00 7.00 12.00 10.00 2.55 20.70 7,00 7.00 20.44 94.50 45.00 9,00 94.25 2.20 269.00 30.20 5.00 94.50 7.00 3-4.78 98.00 49.65 107.10 75.00 25.63 29.31 44.2i 1,609.70 7.00 7.00 7,00 23-00 7.00 1.59 7.00 " 1.75 Dougan, A. M., seeds ...... ...... 118.80 14.00 7.00 52.39 105.44 12. uO 8.50 5.00 1.25 7.00 7.00 231-70 .75 5,00 7.00 14.00 7.00 , Currie-VanNeEs Co., supplies .... Cut Rate Groc., provisions ........ ·'.hownlnp, Sophie, RFC ......... . Cosgrove, J. J.. KFC ........... Claus. E. E., bailiff ............. Cahalan, Mrs. H. G., provisions ... Co Mo Photo, supplies ........... Crescent Printing Co.. supplies . . . Jaunty Treasurer, jurors, wit .... Dannen, Otto, animals killed ___ .. 3avenport, J, C-, rent , . , , . . . , , , . , y, Mrs., rent ...... . ....... Derrer, Mrs. A., rent ........... DeVoe, A. B.,'mu, .............. Dietzgen, Eugene Co.. supp'ies .... Donaldson, Groege, rent .......... Donnelly Sen-Ice, fuel . Preizy, Mrs, J. C., rent .......... Im'rr, H. H., rent ... ...... ....... Damons Inc., clothing ............ Davenport, J. C., publishers ...... Davis Auto Radiator Repair, road . Dillons Cash Groc., provisions .... Downing, Agatha, help Supt ..... Downing, Anne, help Supt. ........ 3unsmore, H. M., rent .. ....... .. , Lester, rent ..... . ....... Dunn, Dr.. T B ........... ...... Diamond Point Saw Co., repair .. ibert, A. J-. rent ............. ... ;iand, J. M., rent .............. Elder, H. S., rent ............... Engebretson, P. R., rent ......... Ewy. J. J., provisions · - · · ...... Erickson,. Mrs., real ............. Evia Meat Market, provisions .... Edgar, W. D., road .............. Evans. C. R., rent 7.00 4S.25 24-00 ".00 Egloff, W. C M agent, med aid poor l.OOU.OO Fessenden, F. D.. assessor 30.00 ^aktor, Mrs. Frank, rent 18.00 Banners Inc Coop Soc.. E\ir, fuel .. 12.65 farmers Coop Soc., Rw, fuel 45.10 Fekkers, Nellie, al'owance -"-00 Ficken, George, rent 9.00 Finch. R. L.. rent 14.00 First State Bank, Eritt. rent 7.00 Fischer, Vernls, allowance 5.00 Fisher. Mrs. C- A., rent 7.00 Folk, Mrs. L. C., rent 7.00 Ford. Mrs. Mae. rent 9.00 'orenand, Mrs. Reda,.care 20-00 'oster. Mrs, L.. rent 10.00 Foughty, Mrs. Glen, rent r.00 Franchere, Dr.. rent 26.00 Frudden Bridge Lbr Sup., road 110.00 Fullerton Lbr Co., repair hospital .. 13.94 Fullerton Lbr Co.. road 34.79 'amlly Store, clothing, prov 30.31 Farmers Coop Co.. C L. rond 17.S2 ""tinners Coop Eoc.. Rw. road .... 121.55 "armers Lbr Co., fuel 43.50 "lamp, E. A., provisions ....... 32.25 ullerton Lbr Co., Belmond, fuel .. 25.75 Funk, Mrs. Edna, care, rent ...... 2S.OO orest Park Groc., prov 35.50 amble, George, rent 7.00 ant, Mrs. Lucy, rent 5.00 arver, D. W., rent 7.00 eorgg, John, rent 7.00 Ibbs-Cook Tractor Equip, road 23 02 ifford. Mrs, E'ia, rent , 7.00 ilberte, Mrs. Korrien, care 3.0.00 Innville Bros., prov 27.25 lanviilc, T. K,, rent 7.00 leason, W. H.. assessor 125.00 lobe Mach Sup. supplies 1.42 runser. Mrs. M.. rent 9,00 reen Mill, jury meals ,,..,...., 3.75 rein. rs. John, rent * 7.50, Urippen, D. \V. Co. supplies .... Grupji, Carl, provisions Giiin Co., tfclioul books j . . . . . . . (Jarffn, Win,, prov Globe-Gazette, publications Guldbern. L. K., road CJirfln urou., prov Guyetle, Mrs. Lydia, rent Ulbson, W. D., supervisor Holder, It. K.. reporter Hau-vtr. Hattie, rent Heldenrlch, Cletus, transp. ...... Uau-klns. L. T-, rent Haaft, Edna, care ,.,. Hagensyn, Mr-. Nick, care Hagerman-Moersch Co., supplies .. Hamilton, Mrs. Lottie, rctit Hanson, Mrs. T. E., rent Harrington, Mrs. Will, care Harris, Roy, rent Hastings, Dr., med aid Hu'.horn. H. W., rent Hawkcj-e Sup M f g Co.. repair ,.. Hayes. J. Frank, d*lend prisoners .. IlegiancI, Ben, rent Heldtrlch, Henry, rent Helgen, Ida O., rent Heller. A. C., rent Hendy. Lnura, allowance Herman, Fred, rent Highway Oil Co., RFC Hire, G. C.. rent Hlnton, Florence, rent Hodges, Mrs. C. P., rent Holden, T. J.. rent Holman, C. A.. rent Holy Cross San, care Honsey. Martin, rent Howe Shoe GtoC., prov Huddlcs'-on, J, W., rent Kulsebus, L. B-. pryv Henrtcksen, J. H., T B' Hollati, Art. T B Hanson, is'cls. rent Hawver, 0. P., rent Hoyt Lyons, rent Hansen, Oluf, prov Holman, Mrs. c. A-, rent Henry, Wm, RFC Karroun, A. W., assessor Haggerty, Mrs. D. E., care 1 G A Store, prov 1 G A Store, C L. prov International Harvester Co., road .. Iowa state Highway C^mm, road .. Iowa State Penitentiary, equipment Iowa Ten. Co., prov,, equip tmlay, J. L.. RFC Indlanhead Farms Inc., rent Ingersoll. Ralph, del tax col Iowa Public Service Co.. road .... Jamleson, J. M., supplies Jefferson Transp Co., transp Johnson, K. G., road Jefferson Coffee Shop, meals Jury JinOrlchs, John, fuel Johnson, August, rent Johnson, A. R.. rent Jones, Ira, rent James, R. L.. rent Jones, Dr., dentist Jackson, Wm., prov., rent --..... Kane, Joe, T B Kartel, Joe, rent .,.....,.,..,.... Kehm Land Co-, rent Kelley, Mrs. E. L., rent Kendall, Mrs. A. A., agent, rent .. Kennedy, Mrs. Lillian, rent Kennedy, Nellie, rent ·. Kiber, 0, A., rent . Klllleo. Tiodor, re.it · Killmer Drug Co., med sup King, Dan, rent Kinney, G. R. Co.. Inc., clothing .. Klnney. Inez, rent Kirchoff Groc., prov., rent Klaaasen, Mrs. George, he'p supt. .. Klemme. H. J. Lbr Co-, luel, road Koller, Franclska, rent KHpto Loose Leaf Co.. supplies ... Kline, J. Leonard, RFC Krlvohlavy, Marie, agent, rent ... Killmer Drug Co., med supplies ... FCeeler, Fred, refund, Kirby, E. H., prov .eonard, Wm., assessor Lncore, Anna, rent Lally, Mrs. F. C.. rent Long, Mrs. Anna, rent ",ane, Frank, Tr., rent -antz. Mrs. Alta, rent Larson, Mrs. B. A., rent ......... Larson, Dnnalc!, T B Larson, Nell, rent Lattlmer, W. D. Co., road L«.ike, H. L., rent Leech, Mrs. Effle, care itonard, W. J-, rent Lepper, J. H., rent , ivlnson, N., defend prts ........ _,ewis, Josle, care ·is, Martin, rent Lien Nelson, . road Linco'n, Mrs." A/E., rent ' Lindsay, Prescott, T B . 'Zfida, rent . Lorlng Fanner, supplies Ludeman, R. A., animals killed .. -ukes, Mrs. Joe. rrnt Lincoln, A. E., drayage ,ehman Stock, Jail Lcmbardo, A. B., RFC rrto, Charley, supplies Lewis, Mrs- Will, rent McArthur, William. T B McAuley Funeral Home, transp. .. McCullock, R. V., assessor McDonald, Mrs. Alice, rent McDona'd Mfg Co.. road McEldood, C. Oscar, provisions .. McFarlln, Isabel, allowance der, Hanford. Exec-, refund .. Mclntosh, A. E*.. RFC McGrath, Mrs. Bell, rent , McKee, T. G., prov. MacPeak, S. H., registrar Miller, Lloyd, T B Mabb, D. S. Co., prov Mahaffey Type Co.. RFC Marshall, Henry, T B Marshall, Piggly Wiggly, prov. - - - MarUnusen, Mrs. Lucy, rent ...... . Mason, M. L., expenses M C Foundry Uach Co., supplies it C Hdw, road M C Implement Co., road M C Loan . Inv., rent M C Lbr Co., rent · M C Memorial Studios, repair .... M C Sporting Goods. supp'Ies .... Merriss, B. R., animals killed ... Metzger. Ella Clark, allowance ... Meyer Funeral Home, burial Mitchell. Robert, rent Moen, M. M., rent Moorehead, Frank, rent Morris Food Store, provisions Mott, 0. J.t prov. Moyler, A. F., rent ............. Mueller, Mrs. M., rent Murray, W. J.. rent M C Kldg Loan, rent Martin, R. B., RFC ... Marsden Groc., provisions ... M C Waterworks, poor. Jail, HP .. Michael Drug Co., meet sup Mid-Continent Petroleum Co., road Mltchel', Glen, gardens Myers, August, prov Moore, 0. E.. prov Morltz, Jacob, rent . . · Marston, Chas., med aid ........ Merkel Co., supplies - · · N W Bell Telephone, rent tolls N Iowa Fair, fairgrounds Negomlr, Smelia. rent Nelson Son, road Ncttleton, Dr., med aid Nicholas, Wm., roan Nichols, C. B., rent Nichols, C. L., B of H ....: Nichols. Mrs. E. H., rent N Iowa Motor Co., supplies ..... Northwestern Groc., prov Nyhus, Stina, care Noser Sel Rite Groc., prov Netzel, Carl, supplies Olson, David, rent Olson, M. C-, prov. Oleson, W. B.. rent · Orange, Front Groc,, prov. ........ Osslund, John, reni ,, . , . . . . . Oulman, Alma, rent .... Overbeck, Ellen, .allowance O'Hearn. Frank. RFC Osage Co-Op Grain Sup., fuel .. Pippert, Harry, T B Pa'iner, J. C., assessor ... Patton. Walter, assessor ......... Painter, Sylvis, care Fallis. John, rent Palmer, Mrs. Wattle, rent ,... Parish. Stanley, rent Parker, Mrs. Grace, care Parrot Film C o , NP Patterson, L. W., burial .......... Paulson, H. H.. rent Pecielty, W. M.. rent Feedan, W. H., rent ? .. Pencook. R, E., rent PeJeho, Costor. rent ? G E Co., lights and gas .... Peshak, F. A., prov. Peterson, Mrs. John, rent Pettis, Carl, rent _'hlllips, Mrs. Alice, help supt ... Pinpeno, A. F.. rent 'letka, John, rent "........,. l ope, W. P.. rent ·ortland Co-Op Co., fuel 'ost. Mrs. Walter, care, rent ...* 'owcll. Mrs. Kate, rent a ratt Paper Co.. repair ..... 'rescrlption Shop, med. sup 'urlty Bakery, prov. l fl.£e. L. A. Lbr., fuel 'age Crane Lbr. Co., fuel ...... 'arsons, Mrs. W. A., prov. ,..*-- 42.80 18.7; 30.80 23.2r CQ.OC y.oc 153.50 3U.OO . 701) S.OO 2^.00 1,80 Itf.OU 5.00 21.00 9.00 23.00 5.00 1.40 30-00 36.00 7.00 6.00 7.00 G.CO 14.00 16.91 a.oo 7.00 i'.OO 5.00 7.00 65.00 35. DO a 7.00 Ji.UU S.40 10.40 15.70 7.00 7.00 21.00 16.50 16.UO 52.00 21.00 53.25 10.20 5.00 80.09 1)6.39 31.38 24.10 86.58 7.00 166.30 1.00 2.50 24.85 104.37 13.80 7.00 7.00 7.00 21.00 S.OO 20.00 9.75 10.70 14.00 54.00 7.00 5,00 18.00 27.00 7.00 5.00 8.12 14.00 9.21 7.00 97.50 3.00 19.15 14.00 030.73 24.15 7.00 20.13 43.75 45.00 8,50 2ti.OO 27.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 14.00 16.83 7.00 12.50 7.00 17.50 7.00 14.00 10.00 in. oo 5.00 2.25 " 8.00 1X62 12.00 3.35 7.00 7.00 6.00 11,00 10.60 28.52 9.00 59-IS 7.00 94.50 9.00 112.50 43.75 c.oo 256.18 52.00 9.00 2.00 14.00 30.73 17,96 26.00 16.96 22.50 9,00 115.09 7.20 32.37 31.00 195.00 7.00 9.00 5.82 7.00 6.00 35-65 6-00 7.00 . 25.25 57.00 56.00 7.00 7.00 5.00 52.00 14.10 50.00 58.02 55.28 3S.55 34.00 2.80 6.65 7.00 15.00 27.98 179.60 85.96 12.00 4.25 6.00 5.00 9.00 12.00 7.00 14.35 13.7 32.00 S.OO 1.50 5.00 11.JQ Ti.OO 14.25 7.00 7.00 S.OQ 75.00 7.00 30.06 30.00 St.10 12.00 7.00 7.00 3.00 SO. 00 4.75 69.00 7.00 6.00 S.OO 5.00 7.00 27S -S 13.97 1C.on 7.00 5.00 3.00 9.00 S.OO 8.65 34.00 10.00 S.'IR 26.05 £7,00 276.55 Iu4.l0 11.69 Pulh. /. C. C-j.. repair ...... . ..... .25 Pfltton, C. R.. supervisor ........ 110.70 1'oHtnl Telegraph Cable Co ........ , I.U2 Q u I n n . ' J . F.. rent ...... .....,;... ---- 7.00 Hallway Express Agency, express .. .81 mtter, Olive Pearl, Institute ..... . 7«.6.- Iluub, Mrs. L-. care ............ 14.12 Raize*, Sam. provlsluns .......... l«o.4tf Ransom, TIK!. rent ...... . ........... fl.QO Italhert. W. K. Son, rent ...... 8.50 Rceler, Mrs. C. N.. rent t ........ 5. CO Repp, Oliver, rent ....... ' ......... 7.00 Ri-pp, Mra. Oliver, rent .............. 7.00 Rice. R. M., rent .... .......... 14.00 Rlehm. Mra. Laura, rent ........ 9.00 r.Iverslde Groc.. prov. ... ---- .... 2.UO r.obertson, J. M-, expenses ......... SSn.S'l r.tiblnson. A. J-, transp., rent ...... 1475 P.omey Realty Co.. rent ... ..... 7.'tO Roney, Grart, rent .............. 7.00 Hose, Mrs. Iran;, rent .......... .-. 9.00 Kosemeycr, R. M., rent .............. 7.00 Rush. Mrs. Chas.. rent .......... 7.00 Russell. Betty, rent .............. 7.00 Raizes. Sam, clothing hospital . . 64.99 P.cttin«house, Earl, gardens . ..... 2.10 Roland. Melissa, rent . ............. . . 14.00 Root, K. CJ., supervisor .......... 156.05 Roberts, Glen, assessor ... ....... 87.50 Schanke, A. M-. postage ..... ... 20S.08 Sdianhe, A. M., RFC .............. 0.23 Salaries, court house ............ 4,707.14 Salaries, hospital ................. :i59.00 St. Joseph Mercy Hosp., med. aid 729 OU Salvation Army, cure ............... 75.00 Kiiuerbenr. Gco,. rent ............ 7.00 Savoff, Steve, rent .............. 7.00 Sazanovlch. Sam. rent .......... 5.25 Schaefer, Sarah, rent . ...... . ..... . 7.00 Schanke. A. M. Co., rent ........ 26.00 Schell, C. S. J-. agent, rent ...... .I.'JO Schell. Henry, rent .............. S.OO Schilling, E. W., rent ............ 34.00 Schmidt, Mrs. L. C., rent .......... 7.UO Scott. Hans. T. B ................. 43. -IS Schumacher. Robert Nellie, refund 8.-11 Secretary of School Board, school supplies ............. . ___ ...... -1.93 Sency, Ray. rent .................. 25.00 Severson, Mrs. S.. care ..... ....... 10.00 Shffer, F. B., defending prisoner 10.00 Shaffer, Frank, rent . ........... 20.50 Shannon Groc,, prov, . .. ...... ..... 14.2.*i Sharp, Frank, rent ........ . ....... 7.00 Shepard, Hugh, rent ............ 7.00 Shoop. Mrs. H. H., rent ........ 7.00 Sice-Mason City Co., supplies ...... Skelly Oil Co.. transp. poor, road .. Slade, Fred, rent .................. Smith, A. E., road .............. Smith, Bessie, rent .. .............. Smith, Maude Dexter, rent ........ Smith, Rita, allowance .......... Snyder, C. L. dep. sher. bonds . . Snycler, Mr«. J. L., agt., rent .... Sondergaard, A. P., rent ......... Sondrol Co., prov ................. South Side Cash Groc., prov ..... Rpratt, J. A., rent .............. Squler, Edw. , rent .' .............. Stambach, John, road ...... . ....... Standard Oil Co., fuel ............. . Stanflcld, V. G., rent ............ Sterling Coal Co., fuel ........... . Sterling Groc., prov ............. Stevens, J. L,, agent, Insurance ., Stevens, Mrs. L. A., rent . . . . ...... Stcvrart, Mrs. Leora, care ...... Stork, Marjorie, help supt ....... Story Hospital, med. aid .......... Stratton, s. W., rent ............ "tunkard, L. G.. prov ............. Sunny Crest San., care ........ Sutton. Blanche, help treas ..... .. Swanson. Mrs. Sena, rent ....... ... 7.00 Sivartwood. Mrs. 2ar.er, rent ...... G.Oo Sykes, H. W., rent ---- . ........... 5.00 Schwab Groc., prov, .............. S.OO .Sherman, Mrs., rent .............. .. 7.00 Smith, Ben, rent .................. 7.00 2.70 26.42 G.OO 4.65 7.00 7.00 1G.OO 100-00 5.00 -1.00 7.00 7.0U 31.8.1 2.20 7.00 64.25 52.12 61-00 7.tiQ 40.00 0,00 48., r U r.00 Smith, L. C. Corona Type Smith. Qrren, gardens Steinberg, H. J., r»nt ....... Swtehtr. Donald, rent Srhankc. Virginia. KFC Shipley, John,. fe«s Stytt, Dr.. T. B Sheehy. John, RFC Ta.it. Lloyd, reporter Taylor, A. B., rent Taylor, K. J., rent Taylor, Mrs. J, M., rent Taylor. Mrs. W. A., rent Thomas Machine Co., road ...... Thompson, Roe, fines Thornton Auto Co., road Timm, Fred, trustee Tobslnc Repair Sbop, road Toterud. Mr*. 0. M., rent Tobslnc. Mrs. Olea, rent Tompklns. E.. rent Trailer, Dalbert. rent TreK". Larry, gordens Trimble. Enrl, T. B Trumbull. E. J., proi- Turner, Mrs. M. C., rent Tusclh. Joe, rent Tyler, Geo., rent .............. Thompson, A. J.. RFC , Vance Music Co., supplies VanEvt'ry, C?o., rent ,,... VanHorn, Ben, rent VitteUie. Flora, rent Vostmrgh, Roy. animals killed .. Vast Inc. B.. gardens Western Union, telegs Widow Pensions Wlkc. John, assessor Wolf Bros. Inc., fuel wadticll, W. w.. rent .......... Wapner Coal Co., fuel Wapner Motor Co.. road U'alch, John, trustee Weatherly, F, E., rent Webster County, Insane hearing Weed, Ethel, care Welchert, Mr?. Edith, rent Wepking, Charley, rent Western Grocer Co., prov Wcstfall, W. A., rent Wetter, S. H., rent Whalen, Mrs., rent Wharam, Geo., animals killed .. Wheaton, Chas., rent White, Ceo., rent White. Wm., runt Willey, C. C.. rent Williams, Robert, rent \Villson, Raymond, prov Wilson, Clyde, rent Winders, W. S., rent Winter, Mrs. Ida, rent .... Winters, Mrs. 0. S., rent Winters, 0, S., rent Wolf, Abbott, rent Wolf, MJcr. rent Wolf, MIer Song, Co. furniture Wolfram. Theo Jr., prov. Wood, Ace. rare Wood. Mrs. Steve, rent Wood ford Wheeler Lbr. Co., fuel Woodhouse, W. H., rent Wrlcht. C. E., med. aid Ward, W. H,, burial, transp. . Williams. A. J. r prov. .- Wallls, V. M., rent Walter, Harry, transp Way, Mrs, F, D., care s, W. M., rent Yoseloff, Mrs,, allowance Younpblood, J. B., rent Zack E'ros Elec Co,, rent 121.33 j Zebker, Harry, rent Younqerman, R. O., animals killed ZOKS. iirs. Dan, rent VARICOSE VEIN CLINIC DR. ANDERSON, the Varicose Vein expert, has recovered from his recent illness and will hold another Varicose Vein and Ulcer clinic at my office Wednesday, April 18th. He has had much experience in this work and can tell you just what can be done in your case. If you are a sufferer from this condition I urge you to be present that day. NO CHARGE WILL BE MADE FOR CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION W. R. COTHERN, M. D. 11V. EAST STATE STREET PHONE 1546 OFFERED TO HAVE GIFT'CONCEALED' Evidence Given in Cannon Trial; Mention Views on Prohibition. WASHINGTON, April 16. (/"P)~ Evidence that Bishop James Cannon, Jr., offered--in the words of the prosecution--to nave a contribution "concealed" during his 1928 campaign against the presidential candidacy of Alfred E. Smith was given today in the trial of the southern Methodist churchman. Earlier, Justice Peyton Gordon in District of Columbia supreme court overruled a defense objection to mention of Bishop Cannon's prohibition views. The defense insisted that might prejudice the jury. A letter purporting to have been written by Cannon to William C. Gregg of Jfeckensack, N. J., said i£ he wished to have a $500 contribution "concealed it can be utilized In the literary fund of the board of temperance and social sen-ice of the Methodist Episcopal church, south." The letter pointed out that contributions made directly to the anti- Smith organization had to be reported to the clerk of the house of representatives. We are an idealistic people, and we mustn't protect wild life because the firearms business would suffer. --Fountain Inn Tribune. Stomach Gas One dose of ADLEB1KA quick- · ly relieves gas bloating, cleans out BOTH upper and lower bowels, allows you to eat and sleep good. Quick, thorough action yet gentle and entirely safe. A D L £ R I K A PACKING HOUSE MARKETS Ph. 101 122 So. Fed. LOWER PRICES . . . MONEY SAVING SPECIALS FOR TUESDAY BEEFSTEWi--..lb.3c SPARE RIBS i-- .lb.7c PORK STEAK--. 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It is the time of new birth . . . of rebirth ... of a revival of old longings and the stirring of new desires. The spirit of man and woman is always young in Spring. You long for new scenes . . . for new clothes . . . for new surroundings. A tradition, old as civilization, warns us that if we don't share in this newness, we will suffer through the year from a feeling of defeat, of bitterness, of frustration, of old age creeping upon us prematurely. Now is the time to buy something new for the house ... for yourself ... for those around you. Now is the time to plan ahead for a vacation ... for a trip, no matter how short a distance it may be away from , home . . . for a car, a boat, or perhaps new fishing tackle. It is a stirring time, this Spring; and the advertisements are full of interesting news of things you need. You will find it pays to read them carefully -- to be sure of satisfaction -- to make your dollars go farther. ··

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