The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1938 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 13, 1938
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The AlgoB«Ppp«rl)«M<iiin«, Algoaa, low*, DM. 18, IMS North East Kossuth News ICY ROADS PUT CARS WWTCB NEAR LAKOTA LafcoU: Oft itcemmt of fey «v*r*t tut Accidents resulted last wtfek. Mf, and Mrs. Rooster WH) dftughter of Swwi CHy, wwtt Into the ditch on« day but no «n« w*s seriously Injured. A truck In order to miss another truck took the ditch near the &un« place, but no <tamag« was reported. Both awl- ttents happened a short distance east of the junction of NV>. s and SSO north of town. The annual Rranen'* dance was h%W in the Dreamland danf* han last week Tuesday evening with the nwsle furnished hy the Rhythtn *hrt> orchestra from FVUrmwnt A forge crowd attended and $110 were t»Jr*n In fnm the event Dr. P. C Gotten- f*Mt la fire ehtef. Mr. and Mrs. Samwe) Wafhnrton were bmrtnww visitor* at Swea City Thursday aft*m«m. The l*fc«* Mjto ftetttKfl basket- fcan koya and #rt» team* wtm both games «*n the home flow- frem one Rock, Friday, 'Deo. ted, wfth the «*tW now* W to 18 «nd th* boys" 22 to 1ft. I Antvng those tram here attending th* rimers) of Uwi Wiener at , ThowkJay were: A. C. Mr, Mid Mra. >«ck Beh- Mrs. Delia Smith and Mr. Mrs. WfiTiam Schadcndort. The tioine economics girl* and teacher, {ftetie L*tt«m. entertained the tretOmian boys and the ftieoTty at a laticheon, Thtirsday noon. EX»- *iytWng was done in an up-to-date •way and twueh enjoyed by the guest*. Jerry TJkena and son, Paul, and Jerry ffeettand are making semiweekly trips to A]g0na to practice for the Messiah which will be prcs- Program, Cantata At Buffalo School No. 9 A M*W* pii»ft»in ami twatttta, "The KTbiht Rc*w* CtiriMmM," wffl l» pwwWifcNi hy Mhwjwrte hi district ft, Bnffato twwmhin WwWHWfc DWSWWllMt imJw*, At 91 p» WV* tn thfc ntat of ttw cantata are. TflwS WO*TW% DvtiafliA Iftatistw, Kt*lyn Meyer, Vagsftan ttawwr, Shrtta Ann Hanuwi, Dtan* H*wv- w and fMtttt Rrafl, wffl hfr swrrfd, Miss e.nted there Snnday, t>ec, Ifcth. People from the entire ceanty wffl be represented in tt»* event William HWttner, txmtf Beach, CaBf, is here Visiting M* parents and brother, Fred Rulttner. Mr. and Mrs. Rtfttner, ST., are both well advanced tn age bat Mint. S&tUtner Is active althongh Mr, HWttner has taA. been weB tot tevwaJ months, Mrs. P. C. OeAenfeldt was hostess to Ute Method)»t Aid last week Wednesday for the regular b aess meeting. The family ChrJst- ma* party was discussed and plan* made for the same. This party, on Dec, SUt, win be the test meeting tmffl the new year. Mrs. George HwtlMtd was hostess to the Presbyterian Aid at her tome on Thursday afternoon at a mtftness meeting and plans were di«ca**ed for next year's work, Mrs. W. IB. OoMmecht had charge at de- votjwis and in wmneetJon wTQi this read a «t«y, "The Christmas Gift". Mrs. ATrin Wnenhold aitd her mother Mrs. Wm. AaJderks of Algtma, were x-isftors. Out-of-Town Friends, Relative*, at Wicmer Riles in Ledyard Ledyard: Many out-o-town rel atives and friends attended the fun era! of L*vi W. Wiemer, prominen Ledynrd banker, last Thursday. Mr Wiemer died Monday from cances of the spine. Among the friend* and relatives from a distance who attended were the following: Mr. and Mrs. George Pfeil. Lester Pfril, Mr. and Mrs. V, B. Henchel, Mrs, Minnie Snyder Atvin Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Anderson and Fred Anderson, at of Radcliffe; Mrs, Oay B. Anderson Ack>ey, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Haroid Snyder, Iowa Palls; Miss Carolyn, Snyder, Des M«ines; Mr, and Mrs. D. M. Pro, EstherrilJe; Mr snd Mrs. 3. J, TiUmeney, Ames: Mr. and Mrs. Joe V, Dolas and family Wells, Minn.; C <3. Wiemer, Rad- rfiffe; Mrs. Oe*. Wahl, Patan; Phil Roilman, Radcllff*; Mr. and Mrs. 3. T, Heaney, Ban: Mra. B. W, Brooks, Bart; Mr. and Mrs. Ntck Bern-ends, and Mrs. Delia Smith. tAkota; U K. Unnan and M. P. Weaver, Atgona; W. A. Murray and L*o Saunoen, Bancroft Ledyard Church Parly Ijedyard: The Ledyard Sacred Heart church sponsored a card party at their church parlors on Monday night. Claud Haag won high score in 500, Dick Anderson won the high score in bridge and Mrs. J. A. Devlne won the door prize. Alfred Baraltn was a carter at Des Moines Totoday. Sydney SJtaar wa« taJren «uft* IB with a cold the first of the week, but in improving nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Ttce Brack Accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller to Fairmont, Minn, Wednesday. Mrs. Margaret L>ooft and son, Fred Ijoeft of ®wea CSty wwe visiting at the N. A Pmgle home Wednesday. Hebron School Xmas * rogram Successful Hebron: A basket social and Christmas program was given at Hebron sohoj district No. 6 with Miss Hartman of Buffalo Center as teacher. A very good program was rendered and a good crowd attended. Come I - For Better Gift Suggestions - Four trained sales people will gladly show you this largest stock of holiday merchandise in NOT tlMan Iowa. There's no obligation — we're glad to show you and help you with your Christmas problems. TRAVELING SETS In boxes, or leather zipper cases, for hair, shaving, cosmetic, and other items. Dozens to choose from. $1.25 Others to $10.00 STATIONERY The largest line of Christmas boxed and favorite lines in Algona. Special combinations for Christmas giving. 39c Others to $2.50 I CRYSTAL Hundrods of itf;ms, including jw.rfume bottle, ash trays, cigam boxes, can- dlnsiicks flower and bud rases. You must ace th(!H( items. 49c Others to $3.00 MANICURE GIFT ITEMS In many styles and many assortments to suit ever?' need and f>urse. An ideal g-ift for that "hard to suit" person. 49c Others to $5.00 DRESSER SETS »«c.orariv«- and |>iuiii jmscoi {-.olorti. or iiuaid with gold or ilvur HI iufrumt*' design. A porreci gift for "her " $1.89 Others to $10.05 Change on Lakota Farms After Sale mrt W. E. Ley heM & closing le l»«t wt*k Monday on h»i >wulh of town and thing; *t good prtcwi. *n>« Joseph VoJl- m«rs, whin have lived on the Ley farm soulh-wrst of Swea CSty, lire morinK to this farm and the Vance Leston, who h»x^ worked for Cha*. 3nt)m«^ht, Mmth of town tot several years, KM moving to the farm vacated fcy the Vollmers. Mr Ley, who owns Mid operates the Ford here, has operated the farm of town with the help of tenants Mid other hired h*lp for serer»l Canadian Farmer at Lakota for Winter Lakota: W. K. Gotknecht and Icnty Mitchell drove to Albert Lea, Minn, last week Wednesday to mwt ESdward Gotknecbt from A}- liprta. Canada, who farms there, but who comes here each year to spend the winter with his parents. Mr. and Mra, August Gutkneeht and >thcr relatives. His train was de- ayed between Minneapolis and Al- icrt Lea and the men did not get to Dakota until after midnight. Mrs. A. C. Schissel of Lakota Hostess Lakota: Mrs. A. C. Schissel en- crtained 40 women at her home last week Wednesday evening. Bridge and Chinese checkers furnished the entertainment and lunch was serv- d. Prizes were given to those holding 40 honors in their hand and fame at the close of the evening, hose holding high score at each Able being given a lovely hand- erchief. CAMERAS ArpruK and Kodak in various f'tjuipnieiit— $2.25 to $25.00 For Argus Fans i'ii'i Uiai I:ii oj filrer-s and irnci.! HI raakf hiir. y. Hufc thr«e filtf;rfc, in a iiantly carrying $5.00 IDEAS Cocktail Set* A*h Tray Set* Book EncU Smoking Stands Bath Salts Clocks Billfolds Christmas Cards ijarpe.m line in Algoiia to :;hfi»Hi- [lie right oird from Wrappings Hhristniai, decorative pa- |iur aiid I'.ellfjphaiifc wrtij*- wiigfc. Make your gifts took better. iehron People Go To Triple "A" Meeting Hebron: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle, Lewie Miner and Albert Kroach spent last Tuesday in Al- pona, the men attending a sofl conservation meeting. John Winter spent Thursday night at the Peter Hill home east of Hake. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Madtzke visited last Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Miller and Hugo and Annie Reefer were Algona shoppers last Tuesday. Mrs. Carl Halverson, Mrs. E. M. Harmon and LeDonna wore Friday afternoon visitors with Mrs. Oscar Frandle. The Sohn brothers have been busy the pant week repairing the two telephone lines of which they are in charge Mr. and Itr*. Aariau MatuJKln, Glendin, Shirley and Larry, visited last Wednesday at the Lloyd Logc iiome near Ericelyn, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pingle and , family attended an oyster supper last Friday night at the home of her sister, Mrs. Albert Engelby. Mrs. Oscar Frandle attended a meeting of the Auxiliary at the home of Mrs. Kate MausG last Thursday. This was their Christmas party. The Rev. S. O. finrlien and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Halverson and Jerome and Oren were entertained for dinner iast Sunday at th» E. M. Hansons. Miss Johanna Osland moved back to the farm where she has lived for a couple of years. Sht moved to town this fall but found she liked the farm better. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and family attended a varietj- shower for their niece Alpha Sieper who was married a weok ago to Otto Hortzkt of near Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Ocsar Johiwoii auto- ed to Rotund, Iowa, and attended the luiieru! of Orland Johnson, sou of Mr. uric Mn, petor Johnson Mrs E. M Hanson Mrb Sun. j Botitluher Mrs Clurencf Bonctcher. ' Mrs. Hunry Bouttutiur, Mrs. C>lin i and Mn,. 8am Mutheson ! I i u quilting party lam Timrs- I uuy al tht Olurk Matliesor, homt. \ s —— I i Organ in Titonka i Lutheran Church Dedicated Sunday Titonka: Dedication exercises far tilt now Kimbull pipe organ of tht Good Hope Lutheran church of which tht Itav. Schultz it pastor, wert held Buiuiay Tht Ray. F. :cfe of Itockv/clJ lowb, d»- Uu- luidreafc in tht morning uiui tht In A. A Jagiiov. at Wurt- nurfc Tueaiofucul aominur> us tht ufiuniooi. An organ recluii pre- uiiiietl tlit lifwruoon uxtUreai. BOY SCOUT 1KOOP BEGUN IN LUVERNE LuVerne: R. C Heath. Fort Dodge was In L*V«rne Wednesday eve* ning and assisted in the organisa- tion of a Boy Scoot troop. Twenty- seven boys signed up at the mfee&- ing and K. K. Parks, school athletic coach waa chosen for scout master with Merle 13gg)estan assistant scoutmaster. It has been a number of years since there was such an organisation here and the cosnnnm- ity (tab is sponsoring it. Snpt. A. C. Kfvtms, R. a* Sorby, Dr. H. D. Meyer, the Rev. Harvey Nelson art the members of the committee. The boys will meet on Wednesday evenings for the present and the group win be divided into patrols at the next meeting. Mrs. Arthur Benschoter has been visiting relatives at Iowa CSty. Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips and son went to Ames last week Tuesday, Mrs. Phillips' parent) live there. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jones moved to Hardy Wednesday where he wffl haul gravel and Mrs. Jones wffl do office work. Mesdsmes Alex Evans, J. E. LJn- debak, Archie Stanford, Edward Dehnert and A. L. Jones will be hostesses at the Methodist Aid Christmas party at the hall Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith. Grand Mound. Iowa, have been guests at -he Chas. Wolfs. Mrs. Smith and Wrs. Wolf are sisters. • Mrs. Barbara Lothringer, Fort Dodge, has spent part of the week here. The Y. P. S. circle of the Evangelical church met Thursday evening at the parsonage with a good attendance. Officers elected were' president. Elmer Merkle; vice pres- dent Mclvin Marty; secretary Law- •ence Marty and treasurer, Harold Walters. Miss Jennie Brain had charge of the devotional* and the esson on India was given by Miss FCleta Finley. Mrs. E. R, Walter bad charge of the social hour and a lunch was served. Ttoe favors were small Blockings fined with Christmas candies. The Prgoressive club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. F. X. Chapman with 17 members in attendance. Two interesting papers were given. Miss Corirme Hubbard's subject was "Pointers in Develop- ing Personality and Miss Verla Htw- ton's subject was "Psychology of Personality." Roll call was answered with "Famoai Women of Charm." In an illustrated music contest Miss Hnbbmrd won first place with the Tall Corn song and Miss Consuelo Hanna, gecond place with her Illustration at The Quilting Party." A tray lunch served. Mrs. J. K. Uadebak and daughter. Mrs. Dn&ne Neal, were hostesses to members of the J. J. club at a one o'clock bridge luncheon at the Ltedebak home Friday afternoon. The guests were Mated at small table* decorated with small Christmas trees. A two course luncheon was served after wtoich bridge was played at three tables. Mrs. Archie Sanford was winner at high score, Mrs. Uoyd Zentner, Bectmd high, and Mrs. Arthur ROey won the travel price. Plans were made for a party Dec. 30 at which time the husbands of the members are to be gnosta. The farm bureau women of Ham- boWt township, south of LnVerne met Thursday afternoon at the rural home of Mra. Guy Transer southwest of town. The lesson on rSeJ- ection and Preparation of Poultry" was given by Mrs. W. R Murray assisted by Mrs. Traagw and Mra. M, J. fOsch. The next meeting win be at the borne of Mra, K. C. Ditmering. Dec. 29 and the subject will be 'Soft Cheese Making." The question. "Does it pay at the present price of milk products to make Cheese" win be discussed by Mrs. O. S. Alexander and Mrs. A. L. Jones. The ladies attending the meeting from LnVerne were Mrs. Henry Kublr. Mra. Henry Peitzke, Mrs. D. C Toohey and Mrs. F. L Chapman. Studers Home With Livestock Ribbons Wesley: The Studer Stock Farm, operated by Ben Stnder and Bom, came in for a nice share of the ribbon* in the Shorthorn clan at the International Livestock Show at Chicago, held last week. Mr. Studer reported that he had won •o first prizes, two seconds, one third, one fourth, one fifth, one sixth and one »eveath. Titonka Cagers Lose Titonka: The boys' basketball team was defeated Thursday evening by the Britt team with a •core of IB to 26. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS r.iuiril of Siii* \> iifUoui-nnii'itit 'k Offtar.. r 1, IBS* im-T jiufHU till JlicUil MnrrU . n \>y thin FruHi-r nlirl u fttiii]iritliilH Hi'Mlt!iiii!Ul l"rr (ll-llllllUcnt ul tux i.t" Arnold Scliiiiid! fur M'l.rK of ItKS Wi'Dlfv ti>«-UHlil)>. 1K3» ir\lliFt[iU t(<K-lihlii|>. llKMi, 111."!. JIKS liiid in:;:: I'lini. OWL ii'wiiHlni,. W.",.".. 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Nugent. ialjr> i 1 ra*ef, ^i<lt<,^ Ali«-u. ulc* lKir i, tf J,jojW C'v., Co., CM., Com* to JAMES* Store First Aii auiioiuiouiueiii pu.riy tiouonug Aoo« Orucv BUtiusly v/itt given &u- urouy ufteruooo at ttv- 'Marie H^I-^T* home wlUi Mn. tiou Butoti Mi*. Ctiiirv Huiluar and ilts. ilurk vt^'tr lib Uu.- h««t«MMH. Muu Bukoiy will Vem Bosott during Uus itali- . Ii. Ii a . I.. fi.i>W>r. W.4U MUfj.lU Wtob.78 'JS/&BU IXjJW SbJiU 1MJ»> 107 JO u&so l&Mt laiJJU aum IttUCB UHM> IMJXi W>Xi . it tii iiutit.lSiii., ii-iaef rexu. t'. Cwuty V*rib «• V; «. J. 1J 1S W MNW.. «4r. *n Oarr, Iah»r 2f-« RojrraoUi) 4S.W1 ***- •» Wll!l«m O. Qrayion. lal»r .. 27.W John Smith. latKir .. Willtara F. Grnnburk. Tvta Wrtr, patrel .. Harry H*I»>». j«trol *?-75 Arrble l>odd«, patrol . R. D. McDonald, patrol Hubert Xrrsm. patrol Praak J. Bnrke. patrol William O. Ledwl*, patrol .. 1«M» Kd Fan-hneii. jvatrnl A_. E. dwllfiwy^r, {vfttroi .«• • fMUn JlM-iriD Martnw. patrrl t!3& 3. M. lx»B|t* patrol ......... 79M Karl Barlez. patrol K.R McJrta R. Bawka. patrol 8*-M Haj-moinl Blrnrtvdt, labor . W-49 Clwuter Aloe, patrol Arnold DtJprrdasf;, patrol .. tSSM Altwn IVtttt. petrol Jalrr EpUw. patrnt . 77*0 patrol . «. patrol Binder Orenuatra. patrn) . Dirk BM4«. patro 125W . 85.0T, 10B.06 87.15 A. J. Ritdmaa, patrol Robrrt Wood. patr»] Wilbur A. Flsber. patrol .. <HI»w Tovnit. patrol BtbfT. patrol C. H. Cneper. patrol _. Carl OarrH*. patrol 12S*» Chaii. Hoffmann. labor 48*1 I>oj-«! Randera. tabor S7JM J. H. Monttoinery. patrol .. M.7V Ed Bakrr. patrol ...TT. _ CJyo> Mandrra, patrol fl*0 RofU Millw. patrol Elmer Swing, patrol MoHmter. patrol »!*» Wohten. patrol Bottprfleld, patrol .... KS9 Mit<- Kaki-r. patrol ii Ellwrt. patrol M*B Jtaart Kftmt. patrol M*( patrol ... L. Wortiy. patrol ' W. M«1«T patrol Clifforc! HolOPK. patrol R. 3. Camplwll lutwr K. O. Pt«i«triim. labor Harry Wlnfepl. labor Olaf <*ftf»daUl. labor A. N«*land. labor Will Knipbt, Inlior Karl KreiiR. latror H. C. AiltK, labor We IIL labor C. J. Lloja. lalwr ii-r Tnrnd*-, labor r»rl I. AnrtPrnon. labor l**m Stortwcll, lalior Ed ttff-rr. labor E. r<,mer«r. tabor Ttifo iHirvutiuffh. latK>r E. S. Prlniw. labor ......... H'altrr L. Jolmnoit, lalKir ... L. G. E<-kholm, latM>r Earl Ptclnmnu. labor KpJerj labor K. L. Moore, labor Harding. liitM»r Albert Elllnenon. latwr J. 1. Mprrytnan. bridue work • €. Oliwn. labor Jlt-nrj 1 Tjadcn. labor S. A. Oardnrr. labor ivt^r N. Tiill^*** latwr Joe M«tt«Ti. labor \V. GDiirtcr labor 3 otinrioo ISro*.. latHir ........ J. E. rait patrol OrrlHe j;. Elktuc, labor Artlinr jvbriwB. «opt>lli!« ... suss 4.00 4HOO 4.0S S1.50 STi.40 S.flO LflO S.OD 71 JB 41.3.", 38 JO ItUKI 4S.-W MM !U ai.: , Mm. Anna Imlil. . Garace. uniitiHea 4. E. Vkma. l»b«»r •Norton list-blot W»rk«. plle« . ................ . Auto tapplj, 57.16 11.70 aop- 1X42 Motor Arnold pliva Howard Hardware, A. II. Iton-tuirdt. auj>j,Il«» KiM,t Hardware. Kuri»»-rs C'i»oj«^rii 805 j» a.71 1,12 2.UI iitrnl hUitj-> i:i(«trl, lijriit M-rrj"t. E. <'erl«ofl. labor f'liUl A; H'liHttUih. cnj Miirtin VV. o««.(lfr». Jl.WU I'ubllc h.TVi"p C Co.. '"HJ run plj t AlRI'lm. lielit (KTrl>-«- Ix.Uee Sim-tain- t «ii(('<i.. mi|>j,llci> .......... MiK-Uinr *, tiut']il> '.'u.. |lUHP .................... Uiiafl Muf-bltM- Co., 4L1' Mi.lC 14C ra.iw &M U4.1J «.>£ lluriub Wnru«r Ci.. 7OS1.7S C.,.. Cn.. «ui>)<h<« ........ A.11I* t'lmltui-r« Muimfu-turine Cu.. Hllpplien .............. MUiUw Ulmtrlf Cu., aervlc* .............. HlllUX ' <'«.. City Iriili Huim Co., Ac rtliiuduril JllilfK lHi C'uuk Ix^rrlrk El«<trt( C<i., ................... uriui.'" Co., Tru'-tur t.'u., «uf»- S7.IS 1^3 IK.Tfc 1.2* IHJtS V.IK 3S&, StUfl *ui>- W. Ml«»l Cl,.. H 1 tMltTu] h|,art 1'tuK iiiriiiK ' i,.. «uii|ilie* •e f''t- iHttlfSt- Ct,.. ttuittiliett l-nutuif ft,., mii'iiii** nil.-} (111 C,,.. »U|,|,ll|.f Krirfrtj. <H( <;u.. Hui'pliftt ... k. II ^'oojwrMtjvc Oii C'i,., MJ3 J7.W fuua \u\ntr tutmf Htiiiiiiiiril (Hi ruiu ISu. ..:y.. l.i,uIt. liil. 1.. l,l«>M"!4t!3 . II ifl 1 AuiiurMith i.. O H:Jrirt£r<'M,, 'llil,^ 1. Clilllil,. fUj »rum K. I»r. h>«. fi iliiluur Ni>lu-. lubur (ia». f <'mil,l Mu. 1 — . Untta Ka. Ht— JlUJilK: lubli! i.'.. H. (i.ui.,.1. labor Me. Bl — . . Ittitio M«. M— 'ijf ftlrytir, lutiur ... . (Illurt Ii. lli.ylam, lnt,uf 11. r'uuiHir. Iii'.'k Jluuilv. luliitr l*ntiu *i». tit— ure* iMittt, IUIIIIF iiu Wululi. liibur . . ttnOn Ku, •»— liuwur Kulte, liibur 'ritiv? JS'aite. fatter ' .Inlm 12.00 4 Ml l.'i.DT. :«•,** -(.'. *'i Jli.dli JAM 2,«B 1.7& 1. 3D «*» 7*ft ve* £1 i» ft 75 4 SO , Htuu. fci. in— . lul.Ut ..... liculb *a. •*— - l-utitl. Jubur . Wuliili, »iit>ur . . liu. to— 1'tusu IiuruuliUHli, luhur KiJ Uryur. iutmr ........ 1'uittun.ij . iubur tltT l.i.uft, lubur W«l<-li, lubur ...... urii fe'uliliuk, luliur Itralli hu. US— t- I'.lUitib, uuglluwr A. fkffukuw, liuij, -•>«* Vuiuttsuy. lob t- Li«u«tuur vngiiwar labor . ae.'.i liJM) i'kfc U Ka. Lftatt. talwr illjfc ZJ6 Draiai S*. Farnwrn !«•— _. lw A«t«Hat- nrate !. C. C SdrarJwb. «i«-i««»r ---S. E. tteHMwr. labor ........ Oral* !!«•, !••— Grvrff Vtmtt. tabor .......... John Wrtrh, labor ......... E. C. StlimtroiB, labor ...... Dratai B. K. »». *— Carl 1. Anderson, labor ...... E. O. Stlnirtroja. labor ...... Knte H. K. S»- »•** Chan. A. A»«WK>«. labor .. Faraera Cooperadre Co« «Bp- .77 8.06 6.90 5.95 S.75 John ML K. Ke. Colllnii. labor ......... H. K. »•. I— A. R. Etie, labor ........... Bforr Halrorw>B, labor ..... Barrr TeWorfl. labor ....... John CkaaibrrHn. labor .... A. H. B«x. Uber ......... ... /•to Letan, labor .......... Herbert flrb-h. labor ....... Fere Kctmttf, labor ...... "... Herman Mltraex. labor ..... Orln Jacobmn. labor ........ H. B. LVBHH. nppllea ..... Harr*7 Harm. labor ....... Botdford Lumber Co. isoppliea Iowa Colrfrt * Pipe Co- rap- Drat* H. K. j»«. »— K. U H»b«. labor Ben Xolte. labor HMiry Halrorwm. labor Ortn Jarobnon. labor Herman Mrtm>n. labor HarTTT Harm, labor OrrtUe EttJim, labor Dnata P. A. K. »•. I— Bdwlo A. Kr»k«w. «jpt>ll« W. K. X*. Krvk«tr. «T. «L V*. C. HL Cooj-w. labor I«<k Baade. labor .. rarmera Elf-rator Co_ «ili»<>rf OmeW * Tilf" "Co^ Drato W. K. Km. * Will L*4<-1>«-. labor rc 4>BMBt 4 Tile Co- Ol» o. By(t. labor Itrate W. K. >•- m- Kwk Ixland Lnnitwr C«_ mp- j.Uw ....................... I«r»te Tfl. Jif. % — 3ffnf Hnlllnp»T. iatwr ...... Corwltb Hardware Co- nuii- *••«• Tmmt Dirt. S«. J— I»r. Janeii. iBedlcine ..... ..... I>r. K<mefl''k. medicine ..... I>r. liaidficer. tnedirine ..... I»r. J. W. McCreery. medidtne Mrt. Ell. Uric-gen. <*n> ..... 7.«3 144.00 .« .79 Z*X 7J» 1*8 *» un X.I2 2.12 JM 142.H 21.70 2L.7* 1X1 LSI 13* M.W a** .77 .4*( .<£ S.7S -ffi .13 2.BO S.75 . Mm. Emma f" tinwlUni. Mrn. A. E. r.unr"ion. i-are .. HutTa Uentaurant, prvrinlona Kluw^b k Rwu. j'rortaloiiii . . Jtf MiKo Oronery, prorinioiii I3<»t>d'» IGA. j»rurlnliiijii ____ Moe A K>ncmu prprislimn Cot R»ti- H. W. Beltrtt I". K. C. H. Hiirti 20.UB 3*0 14JW SS.M Owlnn. fr Cblldr«-n'> Hwnw. care Grmrt. <Ucriut scare . Llctity. rent ......... Kcnry, r«it ......... I'r. Janw. medi'lne 10.00 <*« Mbe *'ut I>r. In. l»r. In:. In. tn. I>r. IGA. Hate Cretxmeyer. modkjne «*» 3H.C7 Merer, Bonnie, B Ortowyer. fbarlea J Sawyer, 7** . UHroore I*rnt Uf(ille« H. Ewrrliarot. !*«>- t'ro uu* . t*. A. t'lark, {trurmuu* .. Mf-j^r'i, <;n«*ry. prtirinlcc Vf, T. I'lli-ber, |>r.»rl«ionii 1^ A L. Iw-jmrtiufut l^t Kuiidard Oil Htntlun. fu«-! . r«»t«ii»rd l>uoit»T Co.. ftwl IloUKf of tl»r GlH,d care ....... . Howard Hardware., W. O. M-Culloiipii, aul-ulaene 1&.WI li.UU 7.14 .71 Jitiuen dleeibr Ii. r. I>o«it,»an. mil . (Hto NflM,n. n-tsl Ati^uKt Uu»^ttH.ld. rrr.t Guy Mtttitrtttr, rrfit f'nMl K. Gcnrti-li. rt-oi .. CUaa. MllWr. r«rt Mm. L,tur« VaBdw. trm A. M. 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