The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1894 · Page 1
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VOL ALGONA, KOSSUf M OOt^T^ IOWA, No Bogus About This, But Genuine Bargains:- THE SUPERVISORS' MEETING The Supervisors Meet in Adjourned Session. Doctor Bills Allowed after a Reduction. — The Finance Committee Report. JULY 4, 1894. Cleaned Currants* per package $ .05 Japan Tea, per pound 20 Tea Dust, per pound package 10 ilb can Spice O Choice Maple Sugar, per pound 10 Worcestershire Sauce, per bottle..» _._ .09 UbcanVanHouten'a Cod above genuine bargaint. la., June 25,1894,1 p. m— Board met in adjourned session with the following members present: Chubb, Smith, Holleubeck, Burton, Rawson, The minutes last meeting were read and approved. Moved and seconded that wo allow Dr. Walters 75 per cent of his two bills for operations upon Mrs. Weston and Ed. Calson, amounting to $250— ($187.50.) On call of ayes and noes the follow- , Moved and seconded that we feCoti* elder the fssoliition adopted at the last meeting Instructing the auditor td omit frotn tax list of 1894, $1900 of the personal assessment of J« J* WJ1- son in Algona. Carried. ' fcesolved, That the dofisent high* ay petitioned for by tf, M, Evafts et Hi, be laid as petitioned for as follows td'Wit: Beginning at the center of section 24-99-28, and running thence ptifi'half mile west, theoce one-half tfllle south, thence oh section line west and terminating at soUth*west corner section 21*99-28. Adopted. • Resolved, That the auditor be instructed to draw warrants for all bills allowed at this meeting. Adopted. ' Resolved, That the members of this board are entitled to the several amounts set opposite their respective names as per diem and mileage in attendance upon this meeting. Adopt- [•BiK^enxg^^'i^o* • »•••••••••• jr«* J round. LARGEST 3TOCKI LATEST STYLES BEST PIT! MOST COMPORT! LOWEST PRICES t -IN- Boots and Shoes BROWEL > « ALLRED CASH Shoe Store ALQONA, IOWA. ONE'WEEK ONLY, AT 'A T A t Ambrose A. Call, President. I). H, Hutcliins, Vioe-Prea. Wm.K. Ferguson, Cashier. C. D. Smith, Ass't. Casli. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ALGONA, IOWA. CAPITA!,, $5O,OOO. CASH CAPITAL— S5O.OOO.OO. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS;;* '/-' A. n,jOlark?.,°— £-- v . Tyrr Myron Bchenck, Thos. P. Oooke. W. H. lugham, President. . , . -.Private Safety; Deposi^ V Interest Paid for Time Deposits. J. B. Joues, . Vice President. Lewis H. Smith, Cashier. ing vote>;wa8 taken: Chubb, no; Smith, no 4 , Burton, yes; Hallenbeck, yes; Rawson, yes. Moved and seconded that we allow Dr. Walters 827 for medical attend; ance upon Mrs. Weston. Carried. Moved and seconded that we allow] Dr. F. H. Cutler $112.35 for • medical; attendance upon Mrs. Campbell. Carried. The rest of the afternoon was spent in auditing bills. Board adjourned till 8 o'clock a. m. the 26th inst. Auditors office, June 20, 8 o'clock a. m.—Board met with all members present. Resolved, That we transfer $250 from the domestic animal fund to the* county fund. Adopted. Resolved, That there be $1000 transferred from the temporary school fund,' to the county fund. Adopted. ': Resolved, That the highway in the center of section 3-94-29, be changed as petitioned for by O. Ingolsey et al, as follows to-wit: Beginning 4'rods west of the center post of section 3-94-29. and running thence north-east 1 to intersect the west line of highway a .., T . I—"_.L — „. 3;' also,;beginning at -thefcehter post of said section 3 and funning thence north-east to intersect the east line of highway at a point 6 rods north of center .linet of said section 3-94-29. Adopted. ed. Chubb, 2 days, 2 miles $8.24 Hallenbeck, 2 clays, 12 miles 9.44 Bawson, 2 days, 15 miles 9.80 Smith, 2 days, 24 miles 10.88 Burton, 2 days, 29 miles H-48 ''< Moved and seconded that we ad- If you find yourself in need of journ. Carried. C. M. DOXSEB, Auditor. Bills Allowed by the Board at Their JLate Session. . • ' X - • COUNTY FUND. JohnHamsey, buildingsidewalk... $ 4 SO M Woisbrod, trustee Ponton............ 8 00 Geo O Austin, j p fees state v Weston.. 0 55 Milton Starr, pub proceedings.... 2800 •John H Burns, trustee German twp.... 0 00 J B Johnson, board equal Bancroft 4 00 N L Cotton, aBSOSslngrAVhlttemore 80 00 M O Grler, transcrlt case L L Colby lj> 00 L J Newel, clerk Fenton * g{ iD A Tellter, surveying road 750 •"B F Reed, county superintendent 1AM •B P Grose, stamps and express v TO •n *rr r^il.-._!-,-, J « n*»+n tr T .nv\r a~t" „ i «..«.«-, - — UJys »uu WAFieoo. .. ....... - •; EHClarko, j p state v Lark et al. ...... 846 EHClarke. j p state v Boals..... ....... 8 00 Geo O Austin jp fees state v Johnson . . 21 20 %Tns A Orr, work on court house ......... 8 50 New Carpets, Curtains, 'Portieres, and Draperies; Rugs, Mats, Carpet Sweepers, Curtain Poles, Etc. BEMEMBER^- rresiaent. >.~~* ^^ . Kossuth County State Jank. ALGON A, IpWA.. - j^p^s reo eived. money loaned/foreign and InooiT>orat»4uBder general iaffawjowa,woiiu«v« nnda general banking busl- domesticexcbangebougntanaspiu. uoiiwiiv .. .. trateg< E HClarKO. ] P state v uonia. Geo O Austin jp fees state v Johnson.. ;.Tns A Orr, work on court '-- JGSmith.com tosettle. -- - WHNycum.com to settle..... ** w A M & G M Johnson, pump, etc 0 00 C J Doxsee, deputy auditor. W w C A Tellier, copylngafleld notes. 50 00 INSANE TUND. tB P Orose, bal fees Pox and Hammerly. '6 00 v_ v ; POOR ITTND. j W Kenney, operation on Breon 33 00 ^ i.i- « +u ^» 0 ^r'JBHiil,attendanoeonBreen..... 1880 f_6 rods northf-of, the center. Jgeter Pigl, coffin for poor,,.....,.; W oo JB Johnson! do/.'.!'.!".!-. 13 ^ JBJohnson.do........,' • A * 3" JBJohnson.do.............. » *» D B Avey. repairs etc, poor farm........ 6 TO A M & Gf M Johnson, machinery p f .... 60 00 C MO Walters, med attendance Mrs Weston $135 : 0375 Dr Walters, med'attend Oalson, $125.... 93 75, Dr Walters, med attend Weston, MB.... 27 00 Dr Oiitler, med attend Campbell, 8156.10 112 85 Cook Bros, goods for poor tarn v _.....• • • » M The Grange Store Offers you the Largest Assortment, The Best Goods; The Lowest Pri ABSTRACTSF TITLE! «& e »SW^^^^^ ^qompleWd Kept posted to date, Give us a call. -. JONES & SMITH 1 . Old REPAIRING NEATLY , oppositp *?eB9»»t «OW89. The report of the committee to settle with the treasurer, auditor and superintendent, was presented and on motion the same was accepted and the committee discharged. Resolved, That the poll tax of $2.50 of Geo. Jarvis be refunded for 1893, said Jarvis not being an able bodied man. Adopted. Resolved, That the consent highway petitioned for by J. L. Hastings et al, be laid as petitioned for as follows to-wit: Beginning at south-west corner section 5-99-25, and running thence east to tbe highway on, south line oft section 4-99-28. Adopted, Resolved, That tbe county treasurer be instructed to redeem from tax sale of 1892,.tbe w^st half of 'the southwest quarter section 26-97-28, the same being a tree claim and • not, taxable. Adopted,' Resolved, That the consent highway petitioned for by M. Stephens et al, be laid as petitioned for as follows to-wit;-' Beginning at • 'north-west cprne,P spetjon 12*109*29, and running 1 soutn on section line to southwest corner section '36"100'29, Adopted, HaUerib'eek reports In favor of glv< ing the material for, a ,18 ,fopt bridge northeast flutter 16 and oo ros, Koos .. ....... Sochler & STferti tlllnp on poor f arm. . . 85 00 J O Ba wson, ,0pm work poor farm ...... 4 « BRIDGE FUND. E Ii Hallenbeck, work on bridge . . ....... J 50 F H Ford, work on bridge and help .. 0 Buse, haullnff lumber, ... ....... AM & G M Johnson, drift bolts etc J O Batch, extra work on grades Peter Boskoff, work etc. . J A Hamilton & Oo, pilin John Wood, work on brid JOHftWW, grading M an 14300 * °" W 25 . etc. ,. ... 14-96-29 ft, J OlHatoh. grading 27 and 84-99J« 179 , 9 „ , 50283 '. 32 99 7085 7889 39 IB 83 6V GOTO. 5 fffi ,i u'nauuu, (s'Bu^ue J O Hatch grading - • J OiHatch, grading e»4 24, 25.99^0 ....... J 0;Hateh. grading wH 34, 25-99-30 ....... J O'Hatob, gradlng.ieK 2T, 34-9&50 ....... -- -A Jphnson, work on grades ..... . ........ "75 P H"Ford;work on brldkes; , ......... , . . 188 00 John Wood, hauling piling etc .......... W 60 J HlGroTer, hauling plank, ...,...,,.,.., « » H O.Hallenbeok, com work, mileage,., 31 78 BARB . BFSmith.do , sewer J O'Bawson, com wor ..... ....... 0 ^Telller, meaaurlng grades. , ........ *°" IBB COUNTY'S FINANCES. ^ (Continued from I^ocal page,) F08T8, Oorne before buying, v«v *v <t* ' r-Al-' •U! s f. i.vX;,, ICV v*> &'. Of whleh they Have-tlie sole agency, Anti-Rust Tin Wire, Minnesota Unseed Oil Company's ' ' '' —ANDTHJ Bissell Carpet •'?& »>'•, W '•'$'*• 'M ,U', WEITGENANT 86<KWd.ed that we give eiye. $$ material for tfce above des' '" tax of ATTERSON

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