Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1944 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, November 16, 1944
Page 8
Start Free Trial

PAGE POUR COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA ft FIRST 5IGN OF A C 1J*P»— ^666 j&o?cf Preparations as directed: WAVE KIT * Complete wilh Permanent omr Wnve Solution, curlers, _ ehampoo nnd wave set — nothing else to buy liequirfs no hertt electricity or Kin- chines Safe (or every type of hair. Uver (I million sold. Money back guarantee. Get • Cbwm- Kurl Kit today. BARKER DRUG STORE DWELLINGS - HOUSEHOLD GOODS - FARM PROPERTY R.S. Blossom Insurance Agy. General Insurance LOW RATES AUTO - TRUCK INSURANCE Bonds — Work Compensation — Health — Accident — Life 5tf FOR HOeS . -/t's HONEV&EAD It's a proved way . . . it's a "short-cut," low cost way '. . . to give your hogs proteins, minerals, vitamin sources and Dextrose they need to balance corn — ] for fast, economical, profit-making gains. "Self-feed" , HONEYMEAD HYBRID SUPPLEMENT to your hogs starting now — to help cut weeks off feeding time and dollars off feeding costs. A COMPLETE LINE— There (s a complete line of HONErMEAD IALANCED PROTEINS for every feeding need — for togs. sows, pigs, sheep, cattle, chfefreni and turkeys. HONFVMFAD PRODUCTS co •• W'll .Igir- I'tJI^riliPr •.•&gi>4 W > ''A' p'r b jr. r o w Algona Flour & Feed Co. ]\i'xt lo NorUi-Wostern Freight Depot on 109 rhunc 257 LEDYARD PLANS OBSERVANCE OF THANKSGIVING Ledyard, Nov. 14—The Rev. Mr. Cass has given out the fol- 1 lowing Methodist announcement: Each Sunday, 10:15 a. m., Sunday school; 11:15, preaching service; 8 p. m., M. Y. F. at Cass home. Each Tuesday, 8'p. m., Bible study and prayer meeting. This week Thursday, W. S. C. S. at church, Mrs. C. Bashara hostess, Thanksgiving program. Next Monday, 8 -p. m., Missionary study group of W. S. C. S. at Mrs. E. A. Carpenter's, . Next Wednesday, 8 p. m., Thanksgiving service at church. At the Evangelical and Reformed church Wednesday, Nov. 22, 8 p. m., there will be Thanksgiving Worship services, with appropriate music and sermon. Ar-r tides for the church's orphanage and the Christmas donations are solicited, and a place to deliver them • will be announced. On Monday, Nov. 20, there will be a youth fellowship social in the church basement. Wilsons Back to Studies— Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson have gone back, Mr. Wilson to a school at Madison, Wis., Mrs. Wilson, the former Elvira Halvorson, to Iowa City, where she is finishing ollege 'studies.' Marvel Halvor- en was also at the parental Edw. talvorson's, having recently re-/ urned from Los Angeles, where he had spent five rn&nths. Hardt at Veterans Hospital- Henry Hardt, veteran of World ffar I, was called to the. Des Moines veterans hospital a few days ago for a check-up. He had previously been at the hospital or treatment. Whether he would now be kept there for further reatment, his wife had not yet earned when this mention was vritten. perhaps, more than any other, should be a time for giving thanks to a kind Providence for the good things that have come to us, There's much for which to be thankful. Our industries have met the challenge of war. With fortitude and skill workers have labored long hours, producing all of the things needed to wage victorious battle. Our farmers have toiled to produce larger and ever larger yields. A "salvo" to them, and their Victory Garden "cousins," for the miracles they have performed in feeding a nation and its fighters. Our railroad workers continue their untiring,'round- the-clock effort. On them has fallen the responsibility of moving millions of uniformed men, equipment and supplies. Their accomplishments have amazed a nation. Our armed forces are pushing forward in every theatre of war—forward to the complete collapse of the Axis powers—forward, ever forward, to the day when every uniformed American will be home again. To them, our undying gratitude! Yes, there is a "break in the clouds of war"— an ever-widening break. Final Victory is coming, and here at "North Western" we are thankful for the privilege that is ours to play a part in the swift-moving drama. CHICAGO AND NORTH WESTERN SYSTEM ifKviNG AMERICA IN WAR AND PtACt tOR AlMObl A cilsloKi Frost at' Mrs. George Meyer's) (when not slated). 'Bunco at three tables, Mrs. William Ostwald high, Phyllis Bell low. The Rev. W. H, Discher spoke on Delinquency and the Home before the Women of the Spencer Lutheran circuit at Hartley last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith have received a letter from their son,.Pyt. Ellsworth Heiderr- with, saying he had" seen some interesting country since going overseas. He had. been in Paris, but at present is in Belgium. Sgt. and Mrs. William Dalton are visiting Mrs. Dalton's parents, Mr. *and Mrs. Joseph Besch. Mrs. Dalton, the former Helen Besch who had spent three years in California, was recently married to a sergeant in the air corps. •••• -'-•••'• Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck entertained relatives at dinner Sunday: the William, Hugo, and Leonard Meyers, . the Herman 3ehnkes; .Mr. and .Mrs. William tfeyer Jr., Mr. arid Mrs. Edwin -,iet>, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weyer, also Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Garner. The Louis Greinerts were guests' at Fred Rhodes,' near Elnore, Sunday. Thomas Cosgriff, who had ;pent two weeks at his sister Mrs. Harvey Dailey's and his nephew Dr. J. W. McCreery's, has returned to: his home at Great (Tails, Mont He came for medical treatment at Rochester. The Oryille Barbers have moved to the late Margaret'El- aert's house. Mr. and'Mrs. :Frank Schumacher will retire '. from the farm bought by Mike Thul, and have the home, Vacated/by the Barbers, which Frank purchased early in the summer.. •? • •• Pvt. Donald Crawford,, son of James Crawford, is- having a furlough from Fort Benning, Ga,, Where he has been ' in training since return from the Aleutians, where he saw considerable action. •. ' Delegate to Conference Named— The Community club met last Thursday evening at the town lall, and delegates were named :o attend a Northwest Iowa Chamber and Community- club secretaries' meeting at Algona ;his week Tuesday, with dinner at the Prisoner of War camp. Lieut. Dyer Getting Well- Word has been received that 1st Lieut. Glen Dyer is recuperating at a hospital in France. This was the fourth time he was wounded and had to be hospitalized. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs, ,W,rn. Welrner ,e,jv tertained at a duck dinner 'Sunday, and guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Carpenter, son Jackie ; and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Anderson, son Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fredericks. Emmetsburg, were visitors one day last week at H. M. Dyer's She is a niece of Mrs. Dyer. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Halvorson and Mr. * and Mrs. Paul Wilson were recent dinner guests at C B. Olson's, Buffalo Center. Many farmers in this .vicinity are finishing : up their corp-pick ing. Good weather has been a big aid. • Whittemore NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 5217. State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss. In District Court November term, 1944. To .All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of William Link, deceased, dated May .3, 1943, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 27th day of November, 1944, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algbna, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or : the Clerk 'ot said Court; and at ten o'clock'a. m.. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified arid required to appear, and,show cause if any they: have. why said instrument should not be prob'ated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, November 1, 1944. (Seal) HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, • Deputy. E. C. McMAHON, Attorney, Algona, Iowa. 8-10 proved for G. Sharp and D. Sorensen. Real Estate Contract with ay Barton for Lot 5, Block 5, .uditor's Plat Reservation No. 1, ntered into for amount of 300.00. Motion carried that esse Lashbrook be paid, in lieu f one week vacation. It was greed to narrow sidewalk on vest side of Goeders building. Appropriating Ordinance No, 631 ras passed. , ELECTRIC FUND ,. Bellock, salary —$ 84.4Q '. C. Dailey, salary :.— .. 93.00 'om Halpin, salary .... 87.00 W. Gorman, salary . .89.60 :. Wright salary —— - 62.40 Vm. Ludwig, salary _— 85.60 Uvis Hill, salary —v— : .-6.4.40 <. Rutledge, salary —— .41.1.4 H. Stephenson, salary ._ 87.00 Chester Webb, salary — 77.00 oe Dunn, salary . 34.C5. H. S. Roth, salary 89.60 1 U. Pollard, salary ___ 109.60 ra Kohl, salary 52.00 ^dah Carlson, salary — 86.40 Helen Passmpre, salary. 58.98 owa State Bank, tax -- 76.63 Diesel Serv. Co., fueh— 317.97 Milwaukee Railway, freight 237.74 'ulton Iron Works, mdse. l— 447.42 oc. Vse. Oil, mdse 396.55 >escent Elec. Co., mdse. 76.01 ^orth Elec. Supply, mdse. 1074.28 .. B. Chance Co., mdse. 28.00 Wall. Range Co., mdse.- 245.64 West Electric Sup. Co., mdse. :~ 2.00 Jgona Laundry, service 18.97 Tatt Electric Co., mdse. '81.72 H. W. Post, freight —- 11.80 "Express Agency, express 6.71 Moe Skelly Station, gas 20.11 Dau Garage, service .--_ . 8.94 •Cossuth Oil Co., mdse._ 1.86 •Cohlhaas Hdw., mdse— 9.45 Treas. of State, tax 66.31 Treas., of State, tax—J- 535.72 '. W. Bell Tel. Co., service 24.74 WATER FUND H. Barton, salary _ 90.50 ~ !> . Ostrum, salary 62.05 'oe Dunn, salary 32.00 Ray Barton, salary -— 62.40 K. Rutledge, salary 20.80 N. Palmer, labor 5.25 C. U. Pollard, salary ___ 30.00 ra Kohl, salary 25.00 _,. Mitchell, salary 69.20 owa State Bank, tax _- 25.50 Jl. C. Stille, labor 377.75 Gates Rubber Co., mdse. 27.89 ~,eighton Sup. Co., mdse. 15.41 Moe Service Sta., gas_— 25.00 2. & M. Station, kero.— .72 Dau Garage, service — 7.24 WATER FUND Algona Creamery, gas.. 2.54 Treas. of State, tax 143.12 Treasurer of State, tax. 57.06 3 ostmaster, postage — 285.00 Addressograph A g c y, CITY BILLS Mrs. Bert Seely was hostess at a stork shower for Mrs. George . October 26, .1944. The Council, wi).h all'mennbers present, met at the City Hall. George Wallace was .employed as caretaker of dump, salary fixed at $55.00 per mpnth. R. E. Bushnell beer permit renewed. Building' repairs ap- WHEN YOUR FALL WORK OF CORN PICKING IS OUT OF THE WAY, PLAN THOSE F]ENCE REPAIRS. WE HAVE BARB WIRE, WOVEN WIRE, STEEL POSTS CREOSOTED YELLOW PINE POSTS TAMARACK POSTS WESTERN RED CEDAR POSTS If you need COAL, we can deliver it to you. PHONE 229 F. S. Norton & Son mdse. — '- , 1-21 GENERAL tfUND Art' Moulds, salary —- S0.80 C. McGinnis, salary -— 70.00 Tim O'Brien, salary — 73.40 W. Weishaar, salary ... 70.62 Telephone Co., service— 3.53 Cowan Bldg, Sufr., mdse. 2.6B Schultz Bros., gas,.—'— 1.54 Harms Oil Co., gas 20.22 Dutch's Station, gas — 12.17 C. &.M..Sta., gas 48.72 J. Lashbrook, salary — 90.50 E. Skillihg, salary 91.48 C.,:HaiSrcy, salary ' 55.00 F. F. Minnard, salary.: 58.98 W, Frombach, salary _- 58.98 John BahV, salary 58.08 Clyde Behse, salary — 58.98 Dau Garage,- service ..- • 9.92 Ideal Sand Co., mdse— 43.09 H. W. Post,'freight 10.08 A. H. Borchardt, mdse._ 5.09 •• • ' GENERAL FUND Kohlhaas Hdw., mdse— 5.26 Laing & Muckey, mdse. .65 Kossuth Impl. Store, mdse. * -72 Kent-Motor, mdse. 4.57 Percival Motors, labor- 2.02 C. A. Heard, labor 6.00 Dutch's Station, gas — 4.52 Klamp's Station, gas .__ 22.26 Conoco Oil Sta., gas ... 14.52 C. Fraser, labor _ 32.40 Iowa State Bank, tax __ 22.94 Advance Pub. Co., mdse. > 18.90 Algona U. D. M., service 17.59 Algona Reminder, serv._ 4.25 Matt Parrott & Sons, mdse. -•— 15.80 R o b e r t s on Products, mdse. - 9.49 B. Whitmarsh, salary .. 15.00 Minnie Jones, salary ... 35.00 Dr. Sawyer, rent — 25.00 SEWER FUND C; -U. Pollard, salary ..__ 20.00 E. C. Stille, labor 625.00 G. Palmer, labor 43.68 Roy Hagg, labor 43.C8 Wm. Muckey, labor 26.08 N. Palmer, labor" 24.23 Joe Dunn, salary 10.35 SEWER FUND L. Klingler, labor 9.64 F. Ostrum, salary 18.35 Iowa State Bank, tax.. 20.29 FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND Algona Fire Co., service 128.00 Waterpus Co., mdse. ___ 14.57 Ge. Detroit Corp., mdse. 37.85 Telephone Co., service. 4.34 Dau Garage, labor 14.84 Kossuth Oil Co., gas ... 3.98 C. & M. Station, gas ___ 3.43 DEPOSIT FUND Roy Morgan et al, refund :•. • 65.00 SWIMMING POOL FUND Treas. of State, tax 21.40 Passed and approved this 26th day of October, 1944. FRANK KOHLHAAS, Mayor. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. Tltonka Incorp. ---THURSDAY, c. n. t. & r. n. c. n. n\. ro «• Onrfleld Twp "" Litkotn Ind. Lhu'Oln '.'.',"" Lincoln T\vp. West llend Ind. Unrflold .' Ottosen Consl, Onrflnld Lflkotfi Inoorp LnkoU Ind. Lincoln C. H. I. HY. en. (I'AK LmKotn inn. Lincoln i, Lnkoln Ind. Li'dyim] -J llnrrlnon Twp. Dlsl. No. 2 ,," Hebron Twp ' -•. Lodynrd Ind. Lcdynrd ....7 . Lincoln Twp Swcu Twp. ., Swott City Incorp. . Swon City Ind. Itnrrlson Swea City I ml. 8 wen ., • oniCAno & NW. Alpronn Incorp. Ulst. N<>. 1 Algoim Inrari). Dint. No. li AlRoim Ind. Cresco Algona Ind. Dillon Algoim 1ml. IMiini Creek linnvratt Ind. (j'rconwuoil Uiincroft Incorp Hurt Townslilj Hurt liu'orp Hurt Inil. Hurt Cresco Twp Greenwood Twp Ilnrriaon Twp. Ulst. No. ;! Irvlnslon Twp Lcdynnl Twp Ledyiird Incorp I-iodyurd Ind. l,i>d.vnrd Jjoclynrd Ind. Sprln«ricld IjiiVcrne Incorp LiiVf-rne Ind. KnVVnu- ' I'Mim f.'rcck Twp .' rinni Creek Twp I'ortlnnd Twp '.'. Sliernmn Twp Sprlnyrield Twp .•l.'.'l .JI.llT . .117 .'J.II7 miles. Uiile.s miles mill's mill's & N\v .) H sl'° sa» ut ••'« ""I"' -ft? •'« miles „[ r,'": 3 • !1!l "'lies ;".'!; "i;;! !"!j-»<>' 1$. : '-'! "^ lit isiS 'in mi'i'e. " l WM •::,', "'I 1 ' 1 * »i 'S •- 1 ; .-»m i?™ S;£:iil sac si •'" '"II"" lit <>W iiu: ,,.ii -""'I '" I-'.M 111 1M7J CHICAGO & NOUTirWKSTKUN HY Hurl Twp. Hurt Ini-orp •'"' Hurt Inil. Hurt. .'.'..'.".".'.' Ponton Twp .'.!"'* Fcnliin Incorp "" Ponton Ind '. Lone Koi-k Iiid. Hurl. '.) Lone Hock Ind. Fcnlon •••;•• . Auditor's- Office rt ""Algo'iia, loWfi'' October 2, 19-14 :0fl O'Cloclc A, M. Board of Supervisors of Koesuth County mel purBiui.nl to adjournment with UK; following members )re.senl: Frasur, McDonald, Sclirsim, Julnr. nnd Johnson. Million by Fraser and 2nd by Mc- Doiiuld that the following Final Maintenance Graveling KstlnuiteH of 1'aul ar.d Kverds be approved; No. T;i, No. 14, No. 19 and No. 20. Ayes: All. Motion by Johnson and 2nd by Sell ram that tl:e following 3rd Quarterly reports be approved nnd ilacetl on file: Recorder's Report of T'oes; Clerk's Report of Fees; Audl- .or's Report of Fees and oilier col- leMions; and Sheriff's Report to 3on.nl of .Supervisors. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Johnson that Schram be appointed .o make necessary repairs on drainage district No. 75. Ayes: All. Motion by Fraser and 2nd by Selirijm that Qulnn be appointed to make necessary repairs on the following drainage districts: No. 4 and Jt. P. A. K. No. 1. Ayes: All. Motion by Sehram and 2nd by rimer tl at Johnson be appointed to make necessary repairs on tho fol- vlnii drainage districts: No. 4, No. 12, No. 27, No. 80 and No. 90. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Motion by Fruser and seconded by Homestead Credit for the year 10-14 be TOWNS Algeria Bancroft .....'.....'...... Eurt teuton Lukotu Ledyard Lone Rock Swea City TOWNSHIPS •* urt reseo Fraser that the application and tiond- -for- -cigarette" permit of John II. Foth be approved. Ayes: All. . Motion by Fraser and 2nd by lobnson that a refund In tho sum of 537.no be made to Sidney WallbnrK nf Cresco Township cm his surron- ilered cigarette permit. Ayes: All. Motion by Fraser and 2nd by McDonald that a refund in tho sum of $3I.2ti b« made to C. W. Pearson, County Treasurer, In order that he may reimburse the homestead credit fund, because the application of Mrs. Clara McClcllan was disallowed by the State Tax Commission after she had already received a credit on the first halt of her taxes. Ayes: All. Motion By McDonald and 2nd by Fraser that C. C. Scharlach, a competent engineer be and Is hereby appointed Engineer to examine and make engineer's report on Lateral No. 7 of Drainage District No. 09 and present his findings thereof to the Board "of Supervisors at the earliest possible date. Ayes: All. Motion by Fraser and 2nd by Sehram lhat the reciuest for drainage improvement on drainage dls- Iricl No, 02, Bltrned by Frank R. Cji-onbach be placed on file, and thai C. C. Scharlacl., a competent engineer he and Is hereby appointed engineer to examine and make engineer's report on same and present his findings thereof to Hie Hoanl of Supervisors at the earliest poa- slble date. Ayes: All. Jotmson .that the following claims for allowed:, . CLAIM NUMIIEUK ••••.: • No. 1 to 758 Ind ...„;..;..'...; NO, l to 132 Incl No, l to 110 Inc. . No. 1 to 80 Incl .. No. 1 to 89 Incl No. 1 to 07 Incl .. No. 1 to 28 Incl No. 1 to 81 Incl No. 1 to 182 Incl No. 1 to 79 Incl No. 1 to 70 Incl No. 1 to 08 Incl No. 1 to 40 Incl No. 1 to SO Incl No. 1 to 70 Incl No. 1 to S3 Incl N n i in vi im.i • No°' ' to° 5 3 0 nc ; % J g « ™ Sherman Swea eld . No. 1 to 40 No. J to 104. No. 1 to 68 No. 1 to 05 Incl Incl Incl i nu , Jncl ^^^^^ Bion Line Companies be nnd are hereby made lor the yea? county 18 purLance Algona Algoiiu Iiicorp. District No. 2 .......^........".75 Algona Ind. Cresco I'og Algonu Inc. Irving ton Cresco Twp 3.01 Irvlngton Twp 4.95 Wesley Twp 278 I'ralrle Twp j.gj. Wesley Incorp. Wesley Ind . , Whlttemore Incorp i.i.iiii.i'.TO Wuitteuiore Twp ^ in Whlttemore lud. OJ OK MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS CBNTKAt , & WESTERN UY Corwltu Ind. LuVerne 21 mll<>« ut- »••---• Corwltu Ind. I'ralrle z.ii SileS at * I'ruirie Tvyi> ,3.83 wiles at 648 „ ,., T MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS KV. CO. (SO. DIVISION* Corwltli Ind. LuVeroe 177 mllei! ""••--"' LuVerne Twp. •• •- •-" ll« lullea S lls Sills miles miles £l Si IH,CM 8.403 12,10v 11.21' 33,74; C5,4!l 31,28 13,50' 8,40 14,01 8,74 4U.U8T 14,31 8,27 12,011 . 3 47 miles »t * 21,080 I 0,004 11,77 4.41 .~*«:s35ifc^jr-.g JcAILWAY AlKonn Incorp. Dlst. No. 1 Algonu Incorp. Dlst. No. 2 .... Aleonn Ind. Cresco Al^nna Ind. Irvln^t'tn Algoim Ind. I'lutii Crock Algonn Ind. Union linncroft Incorp H.-mcrol't Ind. tirecinvooil ', Hurt Twp "Hurt Incorp Hurt Ind. Hurt Huffiilo Twp Cresco Twp Corwlth Ind. LuVerne ., Fenton Twp Fen ton Iiicorp Fenton Ind liirfield Twp ircenwood Twp Inrrlson Twp. Dist. No. 2 Inrrlson Twp. Dist. No. ,1 jiikotu Incorp jiikota Ind. Lincoln ^nkotn Ind. Lodynrd Icbron Twp rvliiKton Twp 'I'dynrd Incorp A'dyiird Twp 'Cdynrd Ind. Lodynrd jodynrd Ind. SprluKfleld Lincoln Twp one liock Ind. Hurt one Hoclc Ind. Fcjnton ,uVerne Incorp uVerne Ind. LuVerim ,u Verne Twp rnlric Twp Muni Creek Twp '.'.. •ortlnnd Twp •iherninn Twp .'. Springfield Twp wen Twp IWPII City Incorp Swea Cily Inil. Harrison ...'..'." iwoii City Ind. Swen I'ltonkii Incorp Oltosen Ind. Ciarflcld Vest Itcnd Ind. (Jarfleld Vesley Twp Vesley Tncorp Vesley Ind '.'.!.'.'.'.'.'.' Vlilttt'inore Incorp ......!.!. Vliilteinore Twp .Vliittcinorc Ind ' dli- ... inllcs at milo.s nt '"ilcs ut lilill'S ;|[ .-(! ••'•; '"'I"" at 1257? ' V ""]"* "t 12.570 ' . "i "•" "t 12.079 •;;;'" " s «t 12,579 ••'•' '"»"••! at 12,079 » 9 9 9 9 9 9 0 9 9 a 8 9 tt 9 . .I...DI niilcs , it ••'•»'•'• miles at •-l.iil i.iili-i at • • l.-~» mill's at . .:i.(i:i miles at • •-• miles nt -.1.31 nilli-s at • -I.«7 miles at ••'.711 miles at .1.11.1 miles at ••-'.I.'! miles at • .M"> miles nt • ._.S2 miles nt • -7.11 miles at .--.IS miles at • .'*.-» miles' at ..1.1C miles ut r. .him miles nt ••'-'.-"'I miles nt . .'.HI mill's nt • ..'M7 miles «t • .1.21 miles at • .ii.17 miles at • . .11 miles at ..11.01! miles at . .3.121 miles jit . ..'I.II7 miles nt .. .07 mill's nt . .".'.>! miles at ..l.'.M inllus :vt •. .IS miles ut . .1.2.1 mllos nt ..I.SI tulles at ..2.711 miles nt '.7.1 inilc'K at ..1.2.1 miles at .. .7S miles ut .. I.Ill iiilk-s nt . .1.2S miles nt UNION TKLWJUAI'H CO. :i.()2 miles ut $249.47 J.:iS miles nt 249.47 l.dS miles ut 240.J7 2.:i2 miles at 2411.47 .•17 miles at 249.47 .SI miles nt 249.47 WRSTHKN Incorp. Dlst, No. l Incorp. Dlst. No. 2 .. \lgonn Ind. Cresco Algonn Ind'. I'luiii Creek Vliiiuiii Ind. 1,'nloii inncrofl. liicori inncrofi Ind. tJreenwood fulTiilo Twp turt Twp ' Jurt Incorp .'.'.' Hurt liul. l! nr t -orwlth Ind. LnVerne fresco Twp I'Vnton Twp Penlon Incorp I'Vjiton Ind. Mm ton' .' jiirfleld Twp I.nkotn Incorp Uikota Ind Ledyard".'.','.'.'.'.','.".'.'.'.'.'.','.'.'.'.';;..l.M miles at 219.47 Lnkot-ii Ind. Lli In " 17 miles at "49« -ircenwoo^Tw,,....., v;;;;;;: ;v.v;;;;;; ;;»K ;'± l\$& miles at 249.41 l.::il miles at 2W.47 L'.l.'i miles at 24D.47 S.1S miles at 249.47 1.111 miles at 249.47 1.21 miles at 249.47 ....7.11 miles lit 249.47 ....'.MS mlle.s at 249.47 !l.2li mllos nt 249.47 ....:U1!I miles lit 249.47 ....:.'.,>! miles «t 249.47 I.IIS miles nt 249.47 M miles at 249.47 .1.01 miles ut .L'.OI miles nt .:!.!!•! miles at .U.I I mih'S nt .!.-!> miles ut .l.'.iil miles nt . I.fili miles nt .•l.l):i miles at .1JJ7 miles at . .r.O miles at .1.110 miles at 1.^.1 miles at .HS miles nt 249.47 249.47 249.47 249.47 249.47 249/47 249.47 249.47 249.47 249.4J 249.4T 249.4T 249.47 ...... .. , llarrlson Twp. Dint. No! 'L' .................... "• Inrrlson Twp. Hist. No. a ........... ' ..... T llcbrun Twp. , ........ ., ' ........................... " Irviiislon Twp. Lcdynnl Twp ....... Ncdyard Incorp Lpdyard Ind. ... ..... Lcdyiird I n,|. Springfield Lincoln TWJI. {'"Verne Twp ...... '.'.'.'.'.' TV""' , Ilu ' or l> Lu Verne Ind. LuVerne Lone Kock Incorp .............................. mes n . Lone Hock Inil. Hurt ......................... 1.75 miles at 248.47 Lone Hock Ind. Fenton ....................... 2. miles at 249.47 CrC TW " ................ ......... . .0.10 miles nt 249.47 ,„ , 1 --,,, Tw l> '.'.'.!.'.'.'.'.'.'.';;.'!!'. '.-I! milesat 249.47 ^'rulrle Twp vs m i],.s nt 249.47 Sherman Twp. . \\\\\\\'.'.'.'.I'.:::.'.'.'.'.I. JIBI miles St 249,47 Springfield Twp. '. ..'1.71 miles at 249.47 Swen Twp O'IIT m i|es nt 249.47 Swea City Incorp '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.','. M miles at 249.47 City Ind. .Swen '.'."",'.'". .. 1 0!) miles at 249.4T ,.,.,, c "y lud. Harrison 2.07 miles ut 249.W I tonka Iiieorp V............ .48 miles at 248.47 Wesey Twp 2.7(1 miles nt 249.4J Wesley Incorp, .75 miles at 249.4} «esJcy Ind 1 2.1 miles at 24WJ Ottosen Consl. Garfleld 1.25 miles at 249.47 wf?:. en<1 Intl - Gnrfleld 1.81 milesat 2«.« Wii emore Twp 419 miles at 249. w l emore lncor P ....... .78 miles at 249.7 WMttcjnore Ind. " ....1°8 miles at 2W-« 180.02 Alt. nnn r NOKTH^VESTBRN BRLL TELEPHONE CO. Algona Incorp. Dlst. No. I 14.08 miles at *}•«» A gona Ind. Cresco n (H miles at «|J A Cona Ind. Irvlngton .' |)9 miles ut M» Aeona Iiid. Union 1.55 miles ut }.fj Buucroft lueorp . ' - .4 «9 miles at •«# n" nfel ', oft I"''- Greenwood .'....'.'..'... .2.SC milesat 5"" a ° Consl u.29 miles at uurralo Twp. Dist. No. 8 1.97 miles at Tr wp ; fl . J(! miiea at Incorp j mllea at id. Burt .'.' I'.BI miles at Twp '. 7.M miles at „--;-- Iiieorp ;. 41 miles at Fenton Twp o milesat teuton Ind .1 oli miles at ixsrinun Twp , ' .. 20 miles at i.u tola Incorp ' ' 4 54 miles at 1-ukota Ind. Ledyard .'.".'...'." .'.'.'. S.iH miles at Lukotu lud. Lincoln 3 27 miles at (•reunwootl Twp ',.'.'.'...,'.'...'., .U.Ol miles at No. 2 .. .".'.w'.'.V.'.!!.'. ....3.01 miles at Twp. Dlst No 2 801 miles at Twp. Dlst. No. 3 .'..'.'..".'.'...'.'.'..'...L99 miles ut , Twp ;j.os miles at 1,2)8 1,2W 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1,248 1J148 J,8« 1,848 1,248 - .... ... Inc orp ....... off) miles - y ' m nd. Leilyurcl ..'.'.' ! '.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.' .'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.. 0.-I9 miles Lone . . Hook Incorp. ....;"-' .................. .' '. .21 miles at I,,,,. ^ urt ....;:;;;;;;;;.•.•. v;..'. .IDS miles »t . ur ....... ... . Lone Uock Inu. Kcnton ............. ...2.S» allies at J:Sv^ f ?!!• 1'H V*««- ....................... "0 uilles a I O( I. Slieniilin V.V.'.V.V ".".'.'.'.'.'.!!.'.' .".K iii»e3 No - l a " a No - 2 ••'•. sen Cons] ....... ................. i "" | 255 miles at Wuui Creek Twp ........ '.'.' '.'.' : ....... .'.' .'.'.' . . .».o:! miles at I'ruirlu Twp. . 77 miles at Twp. . ............................. '."s.M miles at TWP. . .................. 1,248 1,218 1,2« weu Jwp. Swea City Twp. . ... City inco City l,,d.. ;;;...27.«T wiles i ,40.87 W llM *f iS 4 "4 jntles ** ,91 "--^'jTmlle^tl .,'01 miles at [Continued Next Page)

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free