The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1938 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 24, 1938
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The Algona Uppsr Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 24,1938 Honor Seniors As LuVerne Graduates Hold Commencement IM Verne: School activities were the baste of moat of Lu Verne social activities last week when 20 young men and women were graduated from the high school. Rev. Harvey Nelson preached the class sermon Sunday evening and W. R. Hamilton, Mason City, gave an address at the commencement exercises, on Wednesday night. The girls sextet sang a number and Phil Lichty played a cornet solo. The class night program was held Thursday evening when a class of 11 eighth graders were presented for graduation with Barbara Wolf as valedictorian. Perfect Attendance, reading and spelling awards were given to pupils of the fifth and sixth grades by Miss Madsen. Th« band gave a short concert and high school awards were made. Delores Voss was presented as senior valedictorian and Merle Eggleston as salutatorian. Maxine Smith gave the class history, Gordon Dlmler, the class will, and Hazel Nygaard the class prophecy. Jacqueline Conoway presented the class picture and the mantle was placed on Betty Burtis, Junior class president by Phil Lichty. There were pins given to first place winners in the recent academic contest In algebra, biology, general science, English correct- FROM THE fILES » TWENTY YEARS AGO The Red CTOM chapter had been arranging for the grandest patriotic celebration ever held in Kossuth county which was to have taken place at the county filr grounds on July 4. Senator Kenyon had been engaged to give an address. A monster parade was to take place in the morning. Horse races, ball tames and other sports aad been planned, with band concert:! and the local talent vaudeville to be given. • • • Rev. Foentenan of the Lotto Creek Lutheran church had been an Algona business visitor. * * * R*lph Petenon, turn of Mr. and Mr*. A. L. Peterson, had been a member of the ambulance corj* nt the Great Lakes training station. • • * Hugh Herman, the well known Union township farmer, had been In the city. He had driven in 64 head of cattle to load for market and four men had been engaged in driving them. While crossing the east part of the city several citizens had given him a calling because the cattle had gotten oft the street and on the lawns, and Mr. Herman had stated that he thought the town folks should have been lenient witn the farmers when they did their best and were marketing their produce. • • • Kownith county had been a claimant to the national honor of having been the first to over-subscribe their allotment to the American Red Cross. Nearly every precinct had reported early In the day and several had closed their campaign before noon and had reported over subscription from 50 to 100 per cent. • • • Twenty- three selected men had! been called from Kossuth county for military service, and had left for Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, Mo. The following list is those who had been in call: Ben Conlee, Gust Gustafson, Orland B. Jackson, Harry H. Wlddel. Harry J. Kluas, Frank B. Aden, William J. Saunders, Geo. M. Davis, Willie Dornbach, Selmer K. Somme, Lowell M. Reeser, William D. K**Ml*ta«. Richard B. Berg, J. H*nnlnc, Hrary Hardt, had been held at Des Moines, ,' » ». Over two mile* of cement had been laid on the highway between the Rock Island crossing and Bancroft and the work had been progressing nicely. Other road work was being done, and the hoard of Supervisors had let the maintenance contract on Number Nine to W. D. Knoll of Buffalo Center. The contract for sheds to be erected along the C. & N. W. tracks north of the fair grounds had been let to H. R Cowan for $3196 by the highway commission. • • • Dwlght Andrew*, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. V. Andrews, was to make his debut on the stage when he was to sing with a quartet of Klrksville College students at Hannibal, Missouri. The boys had been working on a vaudeville circuit, and wera to be on the road all summer, making a tour of the southwest • • • Clarence Brans, the newsboy, had fallen while playing near the alley where Madson A Hanaen are erect- Ing a building, and had fractured the bones In his arm. • • • William, son of Mr. and Mr*. Chns. Chubb, had spent the week end visiting his parents. William had been employed In Minneapolis. • • • Esther Lamuth, Raymond Oal- bralth, Clyde Martin and John Hough, students of Iowa State College at Ames, had been at home during Veishea week at Ames visiting relatives. ness, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, llth and 12th American history, world history, Latin and American Literature. Mary Alice Blglngs and Arline Miller received typing awards and Dolores Voss won the Art and Literary award. One declamatory pin was given, others entitled to one having previously received one and eight new glee club members received pins. Eight chevrons and four letters were given for girls' basketball, six chevrons and four letters for boys' basketball and seven chevrons and three letters for baseball. Donald Bowman and Daryl Burtis won batting honors. Twenty-three members of the band received recognition. On Friday pupils and friends of the school assembled at the gymnasium for an Indoor picnic. Lutheran School Oat The Lutheran Christian day school ended Its school year Friday with a picnic and a program being given on the school grounds. Leroy Wegner, Orvin Ristau, Dora Hlnz and Geneva Hinz completed the work of the eighth grade. Teacher Erwin Koch who has been teacher here the past five years Is leaving this year and plans to go to school, attending Iowa State College at Ames this summer and Bradley Tech at Peorla, III., during the next school year. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4386 In District Court, March Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of James Crulkshank, Deceased dated October 29, 1936, having been this day filed, opened and read Monday the 6th day of June, 1938, la fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court- and at nine o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause. If any they have, why said Instrument should not be'probated and allowed M and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 9 1938. KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Van Ness & Stlllman, attorneys. 18-20 BOARD PROCEEDINGS I*onard V»Mtt! man N* Paulson, Elmer H. Hanson, Wilbur C. Corlew, Larry M. Kline, John Leggtn and Peter Ternes. • • * • Mr*. Harold D. Quorton, violinist, assisted by Miss Ada Simmons, accompanist, Miss Dicfe Beane, reader, and Donald P. Smith, baritone, were to give a concert of unusual merit at the Congregational church. The entire receipts of the evening were to be used to help equip the army hospital at Fort Des Moines. • • • The dm company had been culled out when the home of H. C. Johannsen on North McPherson street had been found to be on flrn. The roof had been badly damaged. The household goods had been carried out and had been saved. The origin of the fire had been unknown, but it was thought due to defective wiring. • • • 3. W. Haggard had arrived home from six weeks In Texas, where he had been visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. H. N. Moore, at San Antonio. He had reoorted hot weather, abundant and flourishing crops. He had also visited Will Nugent. TEN YEARS AGO The national convention of the in sea- Wa-Tan-Ye clubs had been uion at Charles City, and Algona hail been highly honored when Mrs. Flora Tisa had been elected president. • * * Don Smith and family and «.th--r relatives had been having a picnic supper in the woods southeast of town. Don said that he had Been something hopping along and at first had thought it a frog, but on looking closely, had seen that it had been a kangaroo mouse. The little fellow had been about four inches long with a tall about six inches long and had hopped along on ita hind legs as kangaroos do. Knowing Don as we do we know that It must have been a fact. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Al Falkenhalner had left in their car for a two weeks trip. Their first stop was to be at Dubuque, and then on to Chicago, where Mrs. Falkenhainer was to visit with her daughter, Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, while Mr. Falken- hainer waa to go on to Cincinnati, Ohio, and several points in West Virginia to look after business matters. * * * Hobnan Andenon had arrived home from Mobile, Alabama, where be had been visiting with hl« slater, Mrs. Abbie Gust. • • • Denote Goeden, Frank Seller. Joe Auner and his father, Dr. Auner from Des Moines, Gordon Ogg. Geo. Munch of Whlttemore and Gene Kepler of Estherville had made up a congenial fishing party which had spent several days at the Wayside Inn at Orleans on North Spirit Lake. The party had reported good catches of pike, pickerel, silver baas and croppies. Most Of the fishing had been done in North Spirit Lake, but the different lake* had been tried out. • • • Rev. and Mr*. B. M. Soutbgato, Dr. Frank IP. Klahr, Mrs. H. R. Cowan and Mrs. Abner Long had attended the annual Hate conference at t&« Congregational church, that Auditor's Office, April 29, 1938. 10:00 o'clock a. m. fUuarcl of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. County Auditor waa directed to open and rend all sealed bids on gasoline to be used by Kossuth county In 1938. On motion board adjourned until 1:00 o'clock p. m. Auditor's Office, April 29, 1938. 1:00 o'clock p. m. Board of Supervisors met to adjournment with all pursuant member* present. All bid* w«re read and considered by the Board ot Ouocrvlsors. Ifot|*n tar Morrli and, Mcondcd by CwSjrtwe that all (taeoilno bWi be rejected was voted on a* follows: Ayes: Morris, Cosgrove, Fra«er, McDonald. Nays: Helken. Motion carried. 1:30 o'clock, p. m. Healed bids for grading In Koesuth for 19.18 Were opened, read, and considered. Motion by Morris and seconded by Count ove that McUuIre Brothers be awarded the KradlnK contract for tfradlns In KoshUth county fur 1938. AVCH: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Cor.«rove that MuGuIre Brothers, contractors' bond for t9,l.vO.M> be approval. Ayes: All. On miitlnn Board adjourned until May 2. m. Auditor's Office, May 2, 19.18. 9.00 o'clock a. m. Hoard (if Supervisors met pursuant t,i adjournment with all members present. . , Motion by Ilclkon and seconded by Fruser that Morris be appointed to make necessary repairs on the fot- luwliiK drains: D. I). No. 4. No. 173, and I'. A. K. Jt. No. 1. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Kramer be appointed to on Drain No loS. Ayes: Morris that initke repair) All. Motion by Franer that make necessary repairs MorrU and seconded by Helken be appointed to Drains No M). No. *>-'. No." (», No. 139, No. It*.' No. 102. No. 24, Sub 2 of CO, Hub k of No 1)0 No. 124, and No. 123. Ayes: Moilon by Morris and seconded by lleikell lliut Gravel Petltlo/i No. 45J be placed on file. Ayes: All. Motion by Fiaser ami fi-conded by lleik.n that a pauper notli-e be served on Hoy Anderson. Ayes: All. Motion by lleiken and wconded by Moiria Unit Cnsgiuve be appointed to make- repairs on Drain No. 17.1. Ayes: All Motion by Cosxrove and seconded by that County Auditor Is liere- by authorized to pay tile sum of JJ7-VOO balance due on mortgage held by A W. Hummtns K»t.. together with liilcicst In the amount of $4'J M. Ay.«: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Fra«-r that the Final estimate on Gravel Projects be approied as follows: Projects No. liO, No. 29, No. 26, No 31. No. 2X, No. 22, No. 4", No. 29. No 4' No 10, No. 37, No. 27, No. S. No '», No. 35. No. 32. Ayeu: All. Motion by Cosgrove and oecomle.l by Heiken that K. S. Klnsey, county auditor of Kossuth county, Iowa, be directed to enforce collection of all sums udvanccd by Kossuth county. Iowa, in behalf of Donald Carlson for his expense and keep in Cherokee State hospital. Said claim to be against the Ellen H, Carlson estate. Ayes: All. Motion by Cowirove and seconded by Helken that E. S. Klnsey. Counly Auditor of Kosuuth county. Iowa, be directed to nforce collection of all Hums advanced by Kossuth county, Iowa, In behalf of Leo Oreln for his expense and keep In Cheroke State, hospital, said claim to be against the John Oreln estate. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Helken that M J. Duffy. County Treasurer. Is hereby directed to file a claim with the Treasurer of the State .f Iowa for the payment of a Trust Certificate In the amount of 114.741 .14 given by the Exchange State Bank of Wesley, Iowa. This Is .lone In uc- jrdance with Section 7420-B1 of the (» Code of Iowa. BESOLUTION WHBBEAS. the Board of Supervis- orv of Kossuth county. Iowa, entered into an agreement with the Exchange State bank of Wesley, Iowa, waving rlulii accounts that were on deposit In the aforementioned Bank. '"wHF.RKAS, The Treasurer of the State of Iowa, is making preparation to pay claim of Kossiith county, cov- PHW1NTT AlKoua 1st Ward Algonu 2nd Wuid AJ«on» 3rd Ward ering funds In the reorganized Exchange State Bank of Wealey, and WHEREAS, the remaining amount of the claim an evidenced by the endorsement* of the Trust Certificate given by the Exchange State Bank of Wesley, IR Fourteen Thousand Seven Hundred Forty-one Dollars and Thirty-four cents (114,741.34). NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, said claim .should be assigned to the Treasurer of the State of Iowa as provided In Section 7420-B1 of the 1935 Code of Iowa. Adopted this 2nd day of Moy, 1938. Ayes: Morris, Helken, Cosgrove, Fr«Mr. McDonald. Nay«: None. M **o«on to Morrl; «ndjMoonded by H«lk«t that M. t. mttr, county Treasurer. IK hereby directed to file a claim with the Treasurer of the Slate of Iowa for the payment of a Trust Certificate in the amount of J29.- 316.36 given by the Farmers and Traders Sovlngs Bank of Bancroft, Iowa. This IB done In accordance with Section 7420-B1 of the 1S3S Code of Iowa RESOLUTION WHRREAS, the Hoard of Supervisors of Kotsuth county, Iowa, entered Into an agreement with the Farmers and Traders SavltiKH Hank of Bnn- croft. Iowa, waving certain accounts thnt were on deixwlt in the nfore mentioned Bank, op.I WHIORKAH. the Treasurer of the State of Iowa IB making preparation to pay claim of Kosmith county, cov- erlnK funds In the reorganized Farmer* and Traders Sovings Bank of Haiicoft, lown, and WHEREAS, the remaining nirount of the claim ax evidenced hy the in- dorsements of the Trust Certificate given by the Farmer* and Traders Savings Hank of HonToft,. Iowa. Is Twenty-nine Thousand Three Hundred Sixteen Dollars and Thirty-six cents (|2S.316.3«>. NOW THBRKFOH 1 -:, UK IT HE- SOLVED, said claim should be assigned to the Treasurer of the State of Iowa as provided In Section 7420-B1 of the IKG code of Iowa. BE IT FURTHER RTWOLVKD, That the proper County Officers be and they arc hereby authorized to execute HiihroKallon contracts and assignments, agreement* as furnished by the State Department of lotva. Adopted this 2nd ilav of Miy, 19.'.^. Ayes: Morris, Heiken. Cowi-ove, FraKer. McDonald. Nays: None. Motion by Heik.n nnd seco,i,l--d by Fraser that the refund claim of ('. (J. Humphrey be not allowed. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded hy Fraiwr that A. B. Cherland be refunded J.100 for Poll tax paid and also worked In Hurt township for IftH. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Citfgrove lhat an ahatcmvnt of t*-'j.rx against the perMUial lax of L. J. Nemmeis for 19'!7 be approved as- recommend, d by Hoard of Hevue uf Hancroft Incorp. Ayes: All. Motion by Morri-s and seconded by Helken that a refund of $3.00 for Poll tax be made to n T. Chi rlaml. Hurt township, for 1937. r.amn poll tax was worked and also i»uid. Ayes: All. Moilon by Helken and n-con.led by Fraser that the following transfers be made from the Secondary Road Maintenance fund to the various Drainage Districts in Payment of drainage assessments: Malnt. Fund to Drain H. K. W. No. 1 t 11.1« Malnt Fund to Drain W. K. No. S5-S9 60.00 Maint. Fund to Drain Sub 1 of W. K. No. 3-11 22.88 Malnt. Fund to Drain No. 7.. 207.10 Malnt. Fund to Drain No. S3 593.02 Malnt. Fund to Drain Trl. No. 84 .. 96.60 Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Fiaser that a refund of $2.36 be given B. S. Pannkuk for old age pension tax paid twice for the year 1936. receipts on file. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Fraser that E. S. Klnsey, County Auditor of KoMSUth county. Iowa, be authorised to assign Scavenger Tax Sale Certificate No. 1278. purchased by Kossutb county nt tax sale held December 7, 1936, to Dorothy Pearson. Ayes: All. Motion by Frager and seconded by Morris that the permanent School Fund Loan for $3300.00 of H. L. Potter be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Frauer that the petition of Roy E. Xunkel to ;be Board of Smn-rvlsorB be abated $3.0(1 poll tax for 19::7 be disapproved. Ayi-e: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Frast-r that the following persons t>e appointed to act as Judges and Clerks of the Primary Election to be held June 6. 1938: JUDGES CLERKS \V A White Joe Grcenberi? Mrs. Ge,>. St. John Anna Zittrltcch Harrk-i Setchell CoUNTINVJ BOARD V J Sands Jr Oeo. J Klbert Hazel I.usby Horttnsc Ferguson K. S. Blossom .Frank Gelgel Elizabeth Holme* c C. hk-harlach Mrs. L. W. Keith Chas. Nolle COUNTING BOARD Olive S. Hcrbst Mrs. ^art McCull Will Gllbride Uulwlle Meltcgt) Harry Nolle .Mary Btrelt Helmut!) Huenbold Algona 4th Ward ». Oscar Norman Mrs. Ed DeZellar J. S. Crowell COUNTING BOARD L. J. Nelson Frank Kohlhnns Bertha Johnson Linda Clapgaddle Mrs. Alvln Huenhold Bert Cronln Mr*. Gale Towno John Kohlhnas Mrs. E. C. Dickinson Vallle Trlbon COUNTING BOARD B. E. Norton May 3. Harrington Buffalo Township Burt Township ~ Crefco Toynshlp „* Eagle Township East Lone Rock (Burt Twp. ' * Penton ________ . John E. McEnroe John Overmypr Wm. Ptorizel Chris Brandt Andrew M. Hnnsen COUNTING BOARD Peter Bcenken Tllllp Fnlk Edw. Rlke P. L. Drpmmel K. R. \Voltz Paul Krlethe COUNTJNG BOARD E. O. Chlpmnn O. W. Blelch Harvey Orahnm r. N. Robinson Harry Snhin Bpn Dwpnger John P. Ppterpon LawrPncp Thirson .Top Von Bnnk .) ______ ,£>elbert Hanna T.em Mat-low '•"" tVm. Stoutenherg H. H. Dreyer Gaylord Johnson Hup Krnnfe COUNTING BOARD ' Mrs, John Foth E. P. Hnnpon Wm. Boyk»n I,. F. Wm. Ptott Opn. V Vprna Hawcoft Snpttcher D. F. SlauRhtPr C. c. smith M. N. Phillips Minnie Matcrn O. H. Llrde Rmll O'Ore<n Karl Kwoldl Merle Richards W. K. W. E. Stoeber i... 1 ,f>i»i Garfleld German Grant Greenwood Harrlgon W. C. stamcr Frank Elgler John Newel .Ed Edwards Joe Schallen R. B. BernlnKhfliis .Uhhe Winter Hprmnn Drppsman Robert Kruse Henry Schmidt _W. C. Ennrstrom Ell Anderson Richard Anderson ..Qeo. W. Nyman John Karsten H. W. Baleeman Mike Wagner John Boekelman Floyd Colwell Harold Fischer Casey Loss, sheriff fees _____ Harry Graham, Jury fees ____ Herb. Adams. Jury fprs _____ Julius Studrr. jury fpp? . . Vprl Sehrlber, jury for* _____ Jamps Mcdrp. Jury fpps _ Bill Grpy, Jury fops _________ Vern Carlson, witness fops _ Delln Welter. J. P. fets _____ Casey Loss, sheriff frps Ivpr'H. Nordin, J. P. fees ____ W. H. Ptpward. mnrshnl fpps_ C. F. Pppcht. mayor fcps ___ II A. Vnn Alstyne, marshal frps _, - J. A. Mueller, mtg. ___ _____ F. P. Newel. mtK. ___________ H. H. Wlddel, mtg. _________ Ray stopbpr. mtK. __________ Pnul ElRlpr. nits. .. ____ 'W. E. Carlson, mtK. ________ A. C. Llnclp, mtK. ___________ A. R. Tweetpn, mtK. ________ Frpd Peterson, mtK. __ . ____ J. H. Hnglnnd. mtK. _________ Roy G. BnrKeson. mtK. _____ AXP! Erlcksnn, mtK. _________ A. Emanupl Anderson. mtK. __ O. L. Thorson, mtg. nnd qtmr. exp 9.16 I.w 1.00 1. 00 100 1.00 1.01) 4 :o S'>.S'i 100 1.V5S f, 00 • 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.00 400 400 4.00 *.W> "00 6-W ".OO Ole IL. A. H. J. Sherninn. mtg. Fred A. Dlekman. mtg. Flom. mtft. S.OO RolPiiPiis, mtg. S.OO S.OO S.OO -t.OO Hebron Irvlngton . . Lakota (Ledyard) Mrs. Vern Austin A. Fangrman Jake Keller COUNTING BOARD Mrs. Chas. Baker Mm. A. H. Fuchs Mrs. Roy Hutton Mrs. Geo. Carmean Frank Coyne .Joe Rahe J. J. Anderson Jake Kelly Mayme Sperbeck Peter Looft COUNTING BOARD i Geo. Butterfleld D. W. Fulrt Mrs. Jennie McCrary Fred Berjrgren Mrs. W. G. Smith .H. O. Larson Lewis Ehrlck John Simmons .Henry Pcheppman M. L. Roney U. B. Frankl .C. O. Peterson I Ray Elchhorn. William Franke Carl Hutchlns Herman Becker Ledyard O. S. Nelson S. P. Powers Mrs. Olga Wertman Sam Warburton COUNTING BOARD Mrs. Jennie Outknecht Mrs. Laura Rosenati Guy Beamer Harry Musaman Mrs. Gertrude Schlssel J. H. D. A. Carpenter J. H. Holcomb Mrs. Wm. Flynn Ed Looft COUNTING BOARD Lincoln . Lone Rock (Fenton) Lotts Creek » Lu Verne Plum Creek Portland Prairie Ramsey . Rlverdate Seneca Sexton (IrvlnKton) — Sherman Springfield Swea Union Wesley John Hartshorn J. H. Welfare Eel. Halverson Paul Hertzke B. F. Edwards J. H. Warburton P. M. Chrlslensen Alpx Radlg W. O. FlalK Nonh .Relsner Andrew Elbert C. W. Elhert COUNTING BOARD Richard Potratz Ixiuls Hnnckbarth Otto Ruhnke C. F. chambers AlbPrt A. Schlpull F. J. Chapman COUNTING BOARD K. K. Clapnaddlp Huldn Frltzemelpr Arna Murray Hpnry Bailey Alfred Jprgenson J E McEnroe Rufspl Phlpler Elsie Str>tt W. H. Schwletert -John Arndorfer Geo. Clnk Inadore Mayer Rlnerd Johnson Frank Clnk • A. B. Lapp« —John Frio>rea "hartps Plathe Henry Bormann 1. F. Engpsser Otto R. Jensen Joe Crnwley A. J. Klrschhaum S. J. Dpvlne M. H. McEnrop Henry Knhlhans Simeon r c't'h TTer»nan Warmbier i~i, rt Bisk Loula And.-rFon ("better Jobns-on A rthur Anderson Norman Plngle Thpo. Wollentlne Bert Coder Mlnno Rlslus Geo. Pettlt Art Prlebe John Kohlwep Geo. Wlnkel Mprwln Mnrlow, pntrol Alton Petttt. pntrol Jakp Keller, patrol t.eo DpIp^rdfirtK. pntrol Jay rjondpn, patr»>l J. F. Qulnn, pntrol .III J. M. l.onir. pntrol OI.OO SS.40 SO. 50 Il-'.OO M.!>0 Mclvln Hnwk, patrol EnrinK. patrol chpptrr Alnip, pntrol Vernp Mollnder. patr if Clyde Sander*, patrol Mike Hnkor, patrol K<1 Baker, pntrol Hush BntterffeM, pnin Rimer Kwlng. pntrol 101.stl 01.if. M; 10 OS. 10 .)! H. MontRomery. pnt Snm I-lchliter. Inbnr G. W. Guilder. Inbor Tony Seller. Inbor Arthur Lnrson. Inbor I.eo N. GocliP. labor Roplf E. Mlllrr. Inbor Robert Wood. Inhor I. W. Elliott. Inbor Rlchnrd OnrrPtt, Jnck Lynch, Inbor Jnmp* Kelpn, labor Aloysiup Bnho. Inbor Will Knight. Inbor __I rol .._. . IS 1.-. 00 n ; oo 4000 Nick Gengler Alfred Wlttkopf H. C. Allen Harry Lichty Arthur Hof A. J. Rason Leo C. Miller Clark Scuffham E. O. Mann W. W. RlngBdorf G. B. Ludwig John Ludwlg John Hellman Earl Cushman John Bormann Wm. Runchey ChrlR Dnhl Art Paulson L. C. Hiitrhtns Henry Klsclield Clnrencf* Green John I', fformann S F niomp I.e.- W. Kessel "'111 Kri-mm tTenry T.tnden Tohn P Byson Tom Hold O. K. Flom T.. A. Ftoleneus A. T,. K'lelnete o. I. Thorson M. .1. Kennedy R. A. Harvey Glen Jciikln.'on Fred A. KleUmnnn A. K. Glddlngs >frs Friink Knuha Mabel Kent Henry Sh»rman Mrs. Lemer Lease Whltttmore H P ' Schultz ' Walter Vniidt \Vm Mever Fred Kollasch l-'rv'n Slems '•-OUNTING BOARD Mr« W. F. Relmerx J'rn Hntnn "•ID lilting Mrs. H. K. Woodward K.I. Wlohti-ndahl Mr.i. On motion Board proceeded to Audit and Allow bills us "Per Schedule of •laims Hereinafter Written." COUNTV FUND enry C. Nelson, assessing—$ John Cullen, P. M.. postase .. A. Barslnu, assessing (obert Bunkofske, assessliig — iV'eslt-.c Hcrnharii. ansesbinfe' __ -'r.-.l C. \\"ej,'t ner, at!:es.siii£__ lollis Hi iiM-hoter. assessing . lino A. 'Jerilesi, assessing ... c. Hutchins, a.-seislnu \. K. (ij-'ren, assesbinK 'aiil Phillips, aswssinK Thomas H. Crahan. a^ti-ssinf. H. A. Hartholomtw. bounty — lohn Haitsliorn, astetsang •has. 11. Lindhi.rst, assetslntf Marvin X'ayke. ai.^tsslmj 'lias, (iolliier, bounty O. W. Bergfc-ren. ashessinb' Wm. Flai£. asbeeblng '. H. Swanson, bounty isicar Frandle, asriessing )tto Wolf, assessing . .. H. Junkenneler. assessing. A'. L. Reynolds, assessing Michael Heidersclield. assets- Ing V. K. Stewart, assessing O. H. Graham, assessing Kd Chambers, afcfcesing . W. Boilig, aaesslng ). C Ellis, assessing oe ir'oglty. awebbing !•. C. Baughman, making keys George Baas, assessing Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. serv. Andrew Elbert, assessing Garry McDonald, bounty C. C. Baughman. labor C. A. Heard, bounty F. H. Mescher. assessing Hugh McDonald, bounty Allen Darby, bounty Ray E. Hansen. assessing Pearle RJckli-fs, assessing Max Bartholomew, liounty _. Henchel Hartman. bounty C. W. Heerdt, bounty Harry Schroe.U-r, assessing __ Guy Bone, asset-sing E. H. Lutdtke, bounty D. C. Gardner, assessing City of Algona, light ui-rv. L. c. McEnroe, bounty W. W. Sullivan P. M . postage Treasurer of State of Iowa, use tax returns E. H. Beardsley. assessing Allen Knux, bounty W. c. Stamer, assessing Frank W. Klbert. assessing.. Leo I,. I.ugwitf. bounty Normu Flnnell, labor Al Kosennu-yer. Ixjunty Max Fersil. bi-unty Gerald (Ironwt.ll. bounty Harry I.oc.ft. :,.,unty A. J Kramersineier. bounty _. F. X. Wllhelnil. bounty D. F Schwietcrt. bounty J. E. Fol.-y. bounr>- t.. L. Ludwlti'. bounty T.-d Young, bounty Ted young, bounty Mi'i-y K. Samls. salary l-'velyn A. Dole. Hillary Hob Deal, bounty 'Dorothy T. Shalto. salary Lucille Dolt-, salary Frellinger Bros, bounty Gt-tievleVe Elbt-rt. bounty Arthur Pi-lobe- bounty M. J. Duffy, adv. bounty John Peffer. bounty _. Otto E)»beckt-r, bounty lofi.OO ati.tio IK'.(H) KiiMHI lll'.WI S7.dll lljlllll (.?.(« l.VIKI ru.uo 1L'S.<« fi.W) 87 Ul 40.110 1 (HI 11000 JiHI.KI :•) 01 142.W . 139.00 67. M 96.00 i.r* 339.00 C7.C9 131. OU 1.00 2.60 S.GO 11200 9.00 5.00 142.00 U7.W 3.011 12.20 1.00 44. 00 134.00 1.40 iratiiO 43.01 r..oo 6.00 3(!9 4011. OU 1.00 C4.00 7SOO 22 -W 19.W f,.00 l'i.t.0 1.00 f, 00 C. 00 I Oil 11. NO SOI) 6.X 1 «> 600 !';', 00 UT. (K) 3.06 . 2.10 13.30 500 4.UU W. S. Cosgrove, comm. and session J. II. Fraser, comm. and ses- elon I*. J. IU-!kt.-ii, comm. and session ('has-. Morris, comm. and Vcs- sion W. K. McDonald7~comnT~"and Fay Harmon, bounty W. W. Sullivan P. M.,~p7iMage I.eo H. Glleld.t, ass-esslnK U". II. I>a tier..,,n, ass. suing ." National Heemplo> iiu-nt Office exp. C. II. Ostwtnklc, ifcf'fax'coflT I'as.y LOSS, board ami lodge. Wm. .Shir"ley7"fra"ve"iT".~j(p7 L. A. Winkcl. office exp. Bancru/t Iteglster. prlntliiK Haggard & Waller, printing Advance Publishing co., print- Frank Clark" p'rTnffntf Titonka Topic, printing Matt Parrot! He Sons Co su'ri" Piles _ Kllpto Louse L"eaf"""Ct77""sui)- plles Jt nkins-Fergemann Cr7 supplies ... Zion Office S~uppfy"»u~piii7es" Koch Brothers, supplies Frank Clark, supplies H A. Phillips School "Strv" supplies CretK-ent Printing"Co"Vuppfies Pyramid Paper Corp., suppliea F. S. Norton & Son, fuel John II Foth. labor J. L. Molloy, labor Pink Supply Co., suppiFes" W. H. Borman. supplies Hlllyard Sales Co., supplies Nelson & Lenslng. supjilles Botsford Lumber Co., supplies G. F Towne, supplies Dr. M. G. Bourne, rned7 K. D James, supplies Alex Nielsen, labor Robert Bunkofske. boun'ty Kvert Ubben, bounty I»ale Jacobson. bounty Melbourne Hoag, bounty" Clarence Itee, bounty Harold Johnson, bounty Jam.-s Coady Jr., bounty Peier Smldt. bounty <'ort C. RIppentrop, "bouiityl" hobby Beamer. bounty Maurice L. Graham, bounty Fred H. Laabs. bounty- Otto Koppen, bounty 7" S. P. Eckholm. local feglsifaf I. E. Wortman. local registrar H. H. Dreyer, local regLstrar Julia Vaske. local registrar II. A. Thompson, local rvgis- I ra i- William Boyken,""loeal ""registrar K H. Flnnell, local reiifstrafl Adah Carlson, local reKlstmr Florence Hof, local refe'ibtrar.. Fr.-U A. Diekrnaii, local registrar Kussuth Co. Farm Bureau"."ap- prop. Monroe Calculating Mach.""Co" supplies Burroughs Adding MacTi Co" American Checjfwrlter Co, supplies Mrs. Clotilda "Hutehibori7"67 "X7 P. Invest. P A. Dutison, J. P fseillll" 19C.20 son. so 417.B5 SO.l.i 4X.S9 iK.n O.07 )29.'.'3 67. r 3.00 1031 111 54 .44 1.70 2.2n 4.59 14.0.1 4.30 5.53 49.01 7.50 60 10.11 K.92 34..'^ .27 .41 177.07 700 2.04 9 15 i.'ai 36 2.45 11.". 1 4fi 40 .20 4.M a no 7.<« 3.75 3.M ' H) 376.00 M oO OUdO 10.00 11.25 P. A. Dnnson. J. P fop? H. A. Van Alstynp. mnrshal fees _ t 2-Jo J. M. Weaver, jury fees 1.00 Henry Llchter, Jury fpps 1.00 L. W. Glllpsptp. jury fpps 1.00 Oeo. WUley, Jury fees 1 00 A. Moore, Jury fees 1.00 H. K. Matthews, Jury fpps 1.00 Al Andprson. witness fpps ,w Lloyd Phillips, witness fees .. .60 Leslie Smith, witness fees ... .TO Henry liable, wltnpss Jpes 1.2S W. A. Schrnm, mtg. S.OO Chris .Brandt, mtK. S.OO W. P. Stpnzel, mtB. S.OO E. P. Hnnppn. mtg. S.OO Mawdslpy, mtK. S.OO Hpnry Bailey, mt(t. S.OO Alfrpd Jprftenson. mtg. S.OO 'lark Peuffham, nMg. nnd quar. exp. 14.40 B. F. Edwards, mtg. 4.00 Paul Hertzke, mtg. 4.00 J. H. Warburton, mtg. 4.00 Bert Coder, mtg. 4.00 Louis Anderwm, mtg. S.OO Guy B. Risk, mtK. S.OO L. W. Kesspl, mtK. S.OO S. F. Blome, mtg. S.OO Joe Rahe, mtg. «•<» J. R. Kelley, mtg «.«> Geo, E. Butterfleld. mtg. •!.«> J. J. Anderson, mtK. 4.00 Walter Kngntrom, mtg. 4.00 F,ly Ander«wn, mtK. 4.00 Frank Jacobs, mtK. 4.00 Floyd O. Colwell, mtg. 4.00 Geo. Clnk. m<K. «•<» John Arndorfer, mtg. S.OO Isndore Mayer, mtg. '.00 Geo. B. Ludwlg, mtg. S.OO K. G. Ewoldt, mtg. 4.00 G. W Blplch, mtB. (.00 P. F. Krlethe, mtg 1.00 E. R. Woltz, mtg. 4.00 Charles' Plathe, mtg. 4.00 John Frldpres. mtK. 4.00 Hpnry Bormann, mtB. 4.00 John Bormann, mtg. 4.00 A. B. Lappe, mtK. S.OO Albert McCarty. mtg. 4.00 Rhlnnrd Johnson, mtg. S.OO Earl H. Cushman, mtg. R.B9 Chester Robinson, mtK. 4.00 Harry Sanln, mtg. 4.00 John Gerber, mtK. _ _ 4.00 R. A. Harvey, mtur. . 4.00 Tom Reid, mtg. .. 4.00 Art Crulkshank. mtg. 4.00 Henry Tjaden, mtg. 4.00 O. R. Jenson, mtg. 4.00 L. C. Gnst. mtK. 4.00 I F. Engesser, mtg . 4.00 Chris Dahl, mtK. I 4.00 W. W. Rlnssdorf. mtg. _ 4.00 W. H. Schwletert. mtg. 4.00 E. O. Mann. mtg. 4.00 Simeon Leigh, mtg. S.OO H. J. Kohlhaas, mtg. _I 8.0(1 H. A. Warmbier, mtg. 8.00 John P. Bormann. mtg. Wm. Frnnke, mtg. _ 4.00 L. W. Ehrlch, mtK. 4.00 Thomas Berg, mtK. 4.01 H. O. I<arson. mtg. . 4.01 Frank Clapsaddlp. mtg. 4.00 G. F. Chambers, mtg. 4.00 A. A. Schlpull, mtg. 4.00 II. C. Allen, mtK. 4.0C Joe Schaller, mtg. . 4.0C H. W. Harms, mtg- I 4.0C R. B. Bernlnghaus, mtg. 4.0C Mike Wasner, mtg. 4.0fl P. M. Chrtstenson, mtg. 4.0C Alex Radix, mt«. __. *.« O. B. Johnson, mtg. 4.00 H. H. Dreyer, mtK. II. F. Schultz, mtB. 4.0C Ed Wlchtendahl, mtg. Fred H. Kollasch. mtg. Walter Vnudt. intn. 4 Od A. A. Fangmnnn. mtg. M« J. F. Coyne, mtg. s.d John Karsten. mtg. vo< L. J. Knckler. mtg. S.IK Rich. Polratz. mtg. W. Klbert, mtK. Martin Meyer, mtg. 4.00 v J. Devlnc, mtg. _ 4"I 'arl Hutchlns, mtg. 4. Of ['"Yank Hestertlehiier, mtu,'. 200 ). A. Pol.-ut. mtK. 2.00 Win. Itoeb.r. mtg. 2.1* J. B. Geelan, mtg. -<* ienp Martini. mtK. . 2.<«" .'asey Loss, mlb-agc 14.21' -'rankl Store. HU|>plies u'2 2.S COURT FUND Matthew c. (Jrier, repoiter fees 191. «i Matthew c. (irler, reporter fees 41.20 '. T. Chubb, bailiff .. rti.HO lladys Watts. Iralliff Wilson Cafi jury meals LIHHARY FUND A*. F. Quarrie Co., supplies rellaml A: Danes, supplies DOMESTIC ANIMAL FUND lenry C. Nelson, IISM-HS. dogs} lO.feO T. H. FUND 3r. Ralph K. Weber, t. b. limp. Ml.SO >r. Julin -\. Sunfiner, t. b. Insji. Dr. H. It. Gibson, t. b. Insp. i-TND r. I. ^ciryman, bridge woik , Metropolitan Life Ills. Co., right-of-way . . C. H. I. ^- P. Ify co.. freight. C. & N. W. Ify Co.. frtlght K L. llub.-r, labor orvllle Klkinii. labor Bell Nolle, labor K. L. llub«-r, patrol Clan-nee 1-:. Hutf. patiol Concrete I'lo.lnct.s Corp., sup- plh., Klauer Mf«. Co, t.up|ill..s Slamlanl Supj-iy c,, . snj,plies. Barton Warner Prod . supplies. \Vhe--l.r Lumber llriilye. fti Clnrpncp Mnrlln PpdM-snn. intmr .11.11 Hpnry Wohlers, lnt>or A. c. Andprspn, Inbor Carl Anderson. Inhor Jop Schlltz. labor III..I.I Ueo. C. Schultz, labor John RIppentrop, I.ilior Arnn Rlstnu. Intxir Henry Tladen. labor Olnf'Oftpdnhl, labor _ ._ E. O. Stlnwtrom, labor Fmnk J. Burke, labcr Peter N. Thllges, Inbor C lifford Hnldlnp, labor hestpr Fitch, labor John F. Lenertz, labor E. L. Fitch, Inbor E. J. Palmpr, labor Walter Johnson, labor Peerless OH Co., supplies Haggard & Wnller. printing _ LU Verne New*, printing Iowa Public Service, light service ... 'entral States Electric Co., light serv. 'entral States Electric Co., light serv. hell Petroleum Corp., supplies 'armers' Coop. Boc., supplies. f. & H. Oil Co.. supplies 'hompfon Yards Inc., supplle» 8. Norton & Son, supplies. Botsford Lumber Co., supplies 'hompson Yards Inc., supplies leorge Holtibauer, supplies _ vussuth Co. Implement Co., supplies Itonka Blacksmith, labor rt Prlebe, supplies Hoenk Motor Serv., supplies. Patterson Electric Shop, labor V. O. Flalg. supplies S. Johnson, supplies GreenberB Auto Supply, supplies Frank Cook, supplies Frankl's Store, supplies .tnrtln Grelse, labor McCormlck-Deerlng Store, supplies <ohlhnns & Spllles. supplies _ ilraham's Store, supplies I. W. Post, freight ^rntt Electric Co., supplies _ \rnold Motor Supply, supplies Thompson Yards Inc.. supplies Mitch's Super Servlcp, supplies ... A. Moore Lumber Co., sup- pllps A. H. Kennedy, supplies Sioux City Iron Co., supplies. tasco Alloy Co., supplies ^ords Piston Ring Co.. supplies Olbhs cook Tractor Co., supplies Great Western laboratories, supplies I. W. Steel Co.. supplies Wllwm Road Mach. Co., supplies Central Auto Electric Co., supplies Sargent Machine Co.. supplies Globe Mach. & Supply Cn., supplies Standard Bearings Co., supplies Barton Warner Co, supplies. Kelley How Thompson Co., supplies Iowa Machine & Supply Co., supplies Fort Machine & Supply Co., supplies I. D. Adams, Co., supplies ... The Balhach Co., supplies Allls Chalmers MfK. Co.. sup- pllPS Kelp Fort DORP Co.. supplies.- J. I. Merrymnn, brlge work... Standard Oil Cn., supplies Whpplpr Lumbpr Bridge & Supply Co.. supplies Kellffel £ IC^Hi-r Co., suppllPS DRAINAGE FTND Dr. No. 4— Doya] Sanders, labor Dick Bustle, lalior (if-o. Grahnm. labor cari Anderson, labor K O. Rtlnstrom, labor Kd Wlllard. l.ilinr John Welch, labor '.. " Geo. Lonft, labor 1'lmnre Cement & Tile Co., supplies Shell Petroleum Corp., supplies Dr. No. 7- Dick Fiaa.le. labor <;eo. ilrahain, lalior "ir. No. !i- James Kelso. labor Claience llentges.- hTb.^ Ir. No. 2(i_ Dick Bande. labor Gen. Griiliam, labor Dr. No. 24- " " Dick Hn.-ide, labor tr. No. .13— IHck Baadf. labor <lco. fJraham, labor )r. No. K,— ' " Hick Pnaiie. labor " "" 21.00 24.90 44 40 2SO 23.40 KOO C.CO 4SOO 21 15 ,120 .Tfl.OO fi-'.PO . 1400 fiOO IfiOO 34.00 2S.25 414.22 2.80 6.00 J.B3 1.2S 1.02 . 8.13 118.91 F.lmorp Cempnt supplies ft Tilp Co., Kopsuth Co. Marnt"."""FuftdT pro-ratft Dr. H.-K. No.'lXllf: " Dick Bandp, Inhor Ueo. Graham, Dr. H.-K. No. 7-12O— John Ormshy. Inbor Dr. H-K. No.' 1 Alvln Bnkkfn. labor Dr. H.-K. No. 2- Chns. K. Chubb, Hompr Noltc. Inbnr Harvi\v Hn«rr-ii. labor" Albeit Brntlnnd, labor" F. S. Norton * Son piles Hiip- Cnrp . sup- labor falmf" Dr. II.-K. No. <V- .lnm.« Kelso. labor J.M 919.40 1.03 .90 ISO 4T1 33.67 fiS S.42 181 l.M 2.91 4.7') 5.42 clarence licntcps, Inbor Dr. P -A.-K. No. I— Clarence Hentfrps, Inhor James KP|SO, Inbor Dr. W.-K. NO. .r,-f!U- Goo. Graham, labor ______ _ Thompson Vnrds I HP «»up" I'lli-s .,18 .3.1 Dr. Tri No. 1:11 — L. K. Dawson, inbnr Dr. H.-K.-H. No.« W-lsf-lflO— C. F. Wnlt.'rs, labor POOR FUND DISTRICT NO. I Dr. Wnllncp. medlcnl Dr. Kpiicflck, medlcnl Dr. KprstPn. medical Dr. A. E. J.'tispn. mr.flcnl Dr. Knson. m.dlcal Dr. .TnnPe. mrdfcal Dr. cm-bin, medical "7,"!"" 392 s f»7 .41 19 frO S "7 Dr. .Tiinse, mpdlrnl Dr. Crptzmpypr, med~tcaI"III"" Dr. A. E. Jensen, medical Knssuth Hospital, hospltni cnrp 1.75 17.00 1S.7S 117.00 2.74 9.M 26.20 12.22 7.98 ..11 4.3B SO.OO fi.OO 4.05 41.92 11.6J Bl.SO 22.68 3.70 1875 1W.33 21.01 2.76 (i.OO 19.76 44.9:. 64.21 31.33 4 95 SS.31 9.18 118.09 lO.fiO B1.92 199.17 nlii 1 ' TO.f 194.7 93.6 31.0 1S.81 49. 12.1 r.f>.: 262S.1 .11.r f,7 W " S<1 i.7r rj- n so so 71* s - Kopsuth Hospital, hospital carp Lutheran Hospital! hospital carp titon Bockpr, mpdicfll it Rnte Groc.. prov. 3. nul Ernst, prov. I.II W. Gpplan, prov. "I rchlp Wilson, pmv. . Ibert Schnpldpr, prov. snkpy's Storp, prov. I fhittemore Ci-pn.mpry, prov. S. Johnson, prov. o. Gralmrn, labor Dr. No. 4«_ ~~ L. A. Moore Lnmb. r Co., ^ilp|ille.« Chester Fitch, i.-il.'.ir 1.20 1 II-. 1 iHl 1.10 i m i 10 . ________ Mc^luiie Hi,,.-, g > ailing ___ M A 1 N T KN A N I ' !•: F f N D II. W. Piw-t, freif-'lit H. W. Post. flL-iglll ...I ______ Loyd ltaiiba<'b. labur Jack liable, labor _"_ _"" C. & N. W. Ify Co , fright __ Walter Johnson, labor NorthwcMein Hell Telephone Co.. tel. service ___________ Wm. Muckey. labor Interstate 1'ower Co., light service Win. F. Gronbach. ad~v. patrol city of Algona. light serv. ___ Guy Fariell. adv. patrol _____ Treasurer of State of Iowa, Use tax returns K. L. Huhrr, labor C. R. I. 4i J'. Ify Co, freight Pete I.eeper, labor _ Kd Willanl, labor Jack liable labor J. F. McGulre, labor _________ Loyd Haubach, laUir lifil sjhcjjrnej <-/', aiJv. paliol ^ liny Farrell, labor M. C. Thill, labor Jack liable. laU.r ______ ..... Wheeler Lumber Bridge A; Supply Co., supplies ____ ___ Uibbs Cuok Tractor Cu . tup- plies _ C. i- N. W. Ify c" , fiviwht. H. W. Post, freight Ralph Yanser. lalior John Balir. labor M. J. Duffy. ;,,iv fr.lKbl ____ Ni.-k N«Mnmer>-. liibi-r Hoyal Saliib-rs. labur ..... . Ha-liili Markla, patrol Joe M Evter. pati Win. F Beit Shellmy Hubert Mergen Weir J C Tom Fred \\'rn S. D. John M i:ri>nbuc)i. pair patiol . patrol .1 atrol iwig. I-ati nal.l patr. h p 'mke 11,, K.I Kucb.- Arnold V Cliff.,id > M. I. W l.y..-;l \V Mill Pel,,- MoVick. olix.-r Vounn, i..iii A J IllMu.,.:. |-.i U'ijbiil A Fi.-b.-r. Hein.b-r Kr>miiiga. Linn Kucheim-uth. J. E. Fulk. patrol Oeo F. Giaham. ; Dick Haa.le. latiur Dwiflit Graliulii. 1. > . patrol"." paiiol M.I lab,,r .-.-. patr.-l .ilrol p.ilrol _. .itrol 20.71 ti.OU 3.Q 10.00 --7.IIO 2700 10.SO 13.20 'JO 2."i I*) 20.00 ;;o oi.' U92.73 21 CO r,.io i)i oo M.7" 101 75 Si I 00 ]<» 40 In", M, 174 s:, 125 :fi K. t. Dr. N.I I?. J. Fitch, .. fiO- Piilmer. lab. Looft. lab,,!W. lell. l,,l,.,| I HI ^. "-0 lab In- i i i a b.i n Haa.le, o Ml Welch, lab L"i,ft, Jab,,r ' Looft. labor Welch, lab- upsoii, b,, r r r W '*> ,- i Oil M .Mi im t n. ____ bur .lubi Tbo Dr. No. M— i"has. I-! chubb. englni Homer Noli.-, l.ibi.r F.^-iib-v Nolle, lab. Carl Garrctt. labor Arnold Delpi I'lung, faboi _~_ Heinil.T Kroininga. laVior Jam.s K', labor CbarleH Itunchey, lab.Tf Shell Petroleum Corp.. supplies K S. Norton ^- H,JJJ. Mipj>)i,a clareiK-e Hentges, labor Dr. No. ML. A. Moore I.timbt-r c,j. t supplies Botsford Lumber Co., supplies Dr. No i>>— Gto. Ixioft. labor John Welch, labor Dr. No. 91- Dick Baade. labor Dwlght Graham. labor" .__'_ Turn Kllefson, iabnr " (>to. Graham, labor Iir. No. 102— Geo. Lu,,ft, labor John Welch, labor I Dr No. IV,- chcHter Fitch, '.aliur K. L. Fitch, labor "" L. A. Mujrc- I.umbir c,j., aupplies Dr. No. 10^— E. J. Palmer. lab, n- Bolt-ford I.umbei' I ',, , labor" Dr. No. llir- K. L. Fitch, labor Chester Fitch, labor ".I..III Jot- Mt-'Jjn, htl'i.r Abe A. Carter, L. A. Muoie supplies K L. 11 ubei. l Dr No. l;.;Ahe A Carter, loe M.dln. labo Dr No. c;^_ I^lnior.- i-viii.-nt supplied John We..-h. la Gi-o l.ooft. l,,l., [oe * Sjogren, prov. 3 'InsPth ^ Son. prov. luffs Restaurant, prov. ,'ltmer's Groc., prov. H. R. Zumnch, prov. W NpvtllP, suppllps 'nrmprs Rlevntnr, fupl Cuiiz Grnln Co.. fupl & Llndebnk, fuel ell Con) Tnrds, fuel 'armern Elevator, fupl Botsford Lumber Co., fupl t. F. Burtis. rpnt <rs. Jop Lichty. rent C. II. Lichty, rpnt lugh Rnnpy, rpnt chool Board of Whlttcmore, rent DISTRICT NO. 2 Jr. Wallace, tr.edlcnl Dr. Jnnsp, mrdlcnl )r. Janse. medical lossuth Hospital, hosp. care. Cut Rntp Groc.. prov. lop ft SjoKrPn, prov. . W. Npvllle. supplips . Jotuford Lumber, fupl )r. Bournp, medical )r. Evans, medical Ir. Mpyor, medical ">r. B.iurne, medical )r. Cretimeyer. mpdlcal >r. Meyer, medical )r. Andrews, medical Mrx. Kiln Ilrlggs, cnre lenernl Howpltal, hosp. care .Irs. Mnry Taylor, care . }oy StPlnmnn, care Anderson's Groc., prov. T.. A. Clark, prov. Myers Groc.. prov. W. T. Pllcher, Prov. Hoods I. G. A., prnv. Standard Oil Co., fuel '. S. Norton (t Son, fuel 3t. Monica's Home, care . Mrs. Wm. Myers, care Howard Hardware, supplies Christian Homo Orphanage, care . Alex Miller, rent R. F. Donovan, rent A. M. Cnllinson. rent „ Mrs. J. K. Moulds, rent Harold Schmidt, rent „ Mary Vanderllnden, rent . Dr. Trlbon, rent . ...» .. Wm. F. Behnke. rent DISTRICT NO. 3. Dr. Kenefick, medical Dr. Jjinse. medical Kossuth HoHpltal, hosp. care. T. W. Neville, supplies Pr. Richardson, medical Mr. Skow, medical St. Joseph's Merry Hospital. hosp, cure Kralls Grocery, prov. 7_. Mrs. Math. Kr.limin, prov. Leader Groc.. prov. 17. i-'armerf* Co-op Hoc,, fni I I. L. Itaskopf ,>;• Co., fuel"::.' ,eo J. HUU'IK, rent r. P. D.n-ir. rent ._ W. .;. McCiilliiuuh. bmlal Mrs. c. n. Swilgiinl. nut DISTRICT NO. 4 W. Neville, supplies loo.lM i. (I. A., prov. ..: i. II. M.-Inzer. Kl.-mses ,~_~_~_"_~_ ir. l-'L'an. m.-ilical \. II. iniMllcaT::"" Mrs-. G. F. Wolmke, ho~sp7 care ' 1: i r a o. i ,-T i." ~, ~aV.- 7 ~ " : Illltll Depl. Stole, "pfliv7"777: .ireiisnn'H I'leam Stnilon, prov. 'emieilv'n. prov. : V. A. Murray, fuel P. McDonald, fiu-f'III llDillsllt l.'ellz, care II. Sherlilan, rent ~ II. Sh. rldan. rent "_'_"."_", I!. -Mel ;.-.h< ran, i,-nt II. S. hi ob r. nut __ ----DISTRICT NO. ;,"' -suth Hospital, ho.-p. care \\ . N.-vllle. sii|.|,||, > ...I.- I Ii A. ,pi..v. Dr G M Lee. in, .(leaf '_', Mr,". Wm. I'liena. pr.,v. 717777 Tiiav, - t ro\ \ C l.ln.b-. I-roy H M. n-..r. MOV 7777:::::: I :»\\. n ,\.- . 11 n j.]., pi i, v. v ['pi. .|uist <: i oe . prov. Vlooinai, 1 * >t..r.-, piov. Hill Top I lain. piov. 7777 \V.-t i i.u i too s iir r\ , piov. S ; ni.-.-r'> i ; ro. .-i v. j.) ov. llraviek Mark.!. pr.,i r 7: .1- n.-, n .v Son-,, j.iov. c. H. Smith, pn.v . . _.7"77 Falun is .'o-,,|. l-;'e\at"i Co fll.-l c il. 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