Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1931 · Page 8
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4 ' ** HIHSSHSSSSSHfififiHSSiSSHHP'iMitai FENTON'CO-OP' EVEVATORHAS $10,000'YEAR Fenton, Mar. 24 — The annual stockholders meeting of the Far- «Wnen last week Wednesday. 'Th« house and table* were decorated •tors Elevator c Saturday, March held in St. Patrick colors. The guests were entertained a £ : ganies. The R. H. Klemmes,--Belmond, were at the Rev. J. T. Snyder's last Thursday. Mr. Klemme Is president „. ~..,™„„„,» ul ^ vasuln Belmon? aWkeye Manufaoturln S Co., county met pursuant to .adjournment aelmond. . with all members present. L. J. Weisbrod took his daughter L,'P° a , rd Proceeded with auditing and Gladys to Denlson last week TKon by March 3, 1931. Auditor's Office, March 3, '1931. Board of Supervisors 'of Kossuth w j 10 jjenison last week MotloH bv Wednesday. She Is employed at the Funnemark Mullen beautv shon thorn ondary road Mullen beauty shop there. The P. H. - , to 166,' 167,' .L-T. inuugn busi-L, 1 ," 6 *; H ' Jensens drove to Des, porl . nna slll . vev . Nn . ,, nesa/conditlons during the preceding es last Thursday to visit the 119, 327, 128, 136 137 142 year were poor, the auditor's re- Gi E ' Qrlfflth s Sunday. Mrs. Orif- }£§• MO. 16i; 162, m', Iftl! Port revealed gross profits of wpll te Mr ' Jensen's sister. M- « ' Ayea: •*"• over S10 000. E. L. Kreger, manager L M "' H ' B ; Relmers entertained bJTBSfkVttaWjlf^ ./J|,^ 0 b? d |? or the Farmers Elevator Service 55 ?. r ' ds;e club Saturday afternoon, structed to start condemnation pro- company, Fort Dodge, w ho read thn he hlgh score was won by Mre. F, S"™ 1 "?^°" 3 -^ acres In B 1-2 NIW 1-4 «">ort, said the shareholders -"-»•- I J ' Weisbrod. I ^35-98-28 for Bravel purposes. fSee DUffle I R 9*. ! ManuaTAH"rress, DOOKI .» ,. D. van Nortrand Co., books.* University Pub Co., book* .... P. A. Owen Co., books .... .... AC. MoClurg A Co., book* .. Pollett Book Co., books Iowa Pupils Reading Circle . 12.CT 1S.J9 of the condition, a good deal of . , and his son I I . recently returned from Oklahoma, called on friends here p. m. e °' c ' ock P. m. — = —«.i~=i.. Officers were) Rnl l )h Wolfe, employed at the | elected. Directors whose terms were John Deere plant at Waterloo, vis- expiring Included Jacob Hengel ited rel »"ves here over the week- Light, and E. J. Frank "lend. Motion by Funnemark — McDonald that ' " Board met nur- n " mem seconded " ' 8UPPlleS report pe sten- ®ooks .;. ".".7.""."°...™.""7 64.29 John C: Winston Co., .books' ...-•• B<M St. Paul Book & Sts Co books ' i«4» lharles Sorlbnoro an n ° "Vu" •,"•** 9.18 49.68 33.27 43.62 62.96 37.29 21.«3 16.74 10.33 ,- 9.22, 3.74 1'UUH.B * Charles Sorlbners Sons "Co.." books , . Book Supply Co., books'".','. Clarkson Pub. Co., books .. Macmlllan Co., books .. ... Little, Brown & Co.. books Glnn & Co., books ..."..... j£?MLf ore f, m Ji! 1 Co - bool{8 "•. "• "ivuvntua, laooi Clem Goodman, labor . V- A.'-ju*more.u*, labor .,.».•.,! izg.a J. H. Montgomery, road patrol 98.40 ChentAf* AimA «A*.* «^.&.»t £x« , Alme, rdad patrol ... patrol. n£.1 s « n^oa p 0*oar ^rlng, road patrol . 90.80 128.81 . 70.20 8».'40 125.00 12.89 itt Wlttkopf,- dragging ..... 1289 , B "s°h. dragging u'es J. Krtlmonh • A + tlt»tr\**vr ft Oft is.'* 16.76 , n . . E. Kollaschi dragging George Vltethum, dragging * "•w&hTr! 1 .,,^.. £,' 1.J . Dr. repairing tlie 3.001 Win. Shirley, expense Vr"!.^" 1 !i ullclo » books .... "-" ^" -HeatR ce' Co.. bohlra Wpoaworth's Book' Store', DOOKfl , ( 23 68 CrGsco Light & POWPT Pn light service .7. " Northwestern Bell Tel'.'Co.', te'l! -"•••; Simmons, dragging .. Walter Blerstedt, dragging £°, h 2 i anss e n . dragging .." Wa 8r V.? 1U Jl b i.?- ra Sf! I ?ir. N. B, 120 300 700 1912 m. 'wolf, dr '. P. Vaske, 3.00 16.88 43,36 xiengei, retiring president, was| thelr d -™shter Irene to ] again mnde chairman of the board, Sunday to resume teaching. and Harvey Hijfley was elected vice Lyle and Virgil Clark, F president. Charles Weisbrod nvin- burs - snent Sunday at Dr. aeer for a number of yem .' Si has Walte's. ••" a big part in the upbuilding Glenn Haase, Woolstock, called on institution. relatives here Friday. Club Observes Quest Day— ~ * ' ob SOCIAL CASES FOR FEBRUARY ABEWTEDl Mrs. Klinor T. Button, county wcl- j fare worker, submits the following report for February: Number old cases JQ3 to Belmond t ' ( . ^ icduiiic; Lwiciilng. Thnt \L.,- KI Sf s .' '""** lc «« peno: and Virgil Clark, Emmets- P i^Van' Dy?*#- n i nr . to ..'«™tah in PIT t .Qntifln ir n 4- T^.. T ml Thn f "Mrtlifo TO. J. T. I -. That News' Printing i Aewton, to fnrn'sh 4 serv ™ nor I- SMttoii,' tran'sp. E L lnor J-, Button, trans. SO.OO Anna MdGee, rent 12 £J iRhoba Gaylor, rent, etc ' S. D. Kosenstell, rent ..', C. G. ppurte, rent ...... C. Stripling, rent C. E. .Rohlln, rent . . , ren A. E. Pasley, rent c f. nt ''. al 'States Electric light serv . Co., ......... T ° f BUrtl " Sht a n'«J "water srv its Mr -'" y '- St week T'o-'wl-'iy at Mrs. TV. J. Weisbrod's; Mrs. j. A Schwartz and Mrs. C. H Oe"ron assisting hostesses. A program Slven; Harold Oeronsin, cornet, Karl Schwartz, violin, Maxine \Veisbro,l, Piano; vocal solo, Mrs. \v..,itor W.-is- orod; quartet, <Mesrtame. s K A AVeis brod, H. c. i.imlsev, xv .P i Ve s" brod. John Light, and IClme,- \\-,,is-" brod; ono-act play, Beauty Secrots, directed b y Mrs. T.indsev, parts ' l 4?k"fPr5 1 « B {n > h: 0rS l ° ri "' nlSh ' lr mn(iuji lo rur- 600 financial for bal- Algona 'Co-op.' 'c'ry'.''Co.,'' 'provisions , . Long Brothers, provisions "..",'. Ions"" " ey store ' Provls- ^' Y' Jurgens, provision's"'..'!! 5: A - Clark, provisions tC!Rflamcs Belken. w » . een. W. Ruske, K. C. Welsbrod, E. A Weisbrod, and Lindsey A two course luncheo,, was served Mrs I ' C!lses - 2 « Ethel Johnson. Btirt, county fedei- " ated clubs president, :l n,i Mrs G A Freeman, Cylinder, were ' out-of (3 "'. """"^iw^i, provisions. b. (Nelson, provisions .. .. Ernest Boyd, provisions ... km" '^others Co., provls- Jos. iF. Afenke, provisions''.."." &. TJ. Hansen, provisions .. .. Th»v oFf lcl<aon ' Provisions . Thaves Sisters, provisions . Koupes Grocery, provisions . A. A. Droessler, provisions ... S^i" y o i?? 1 Co " Provisions. Triiil r> . Rile i'. Provisions ... w n, "unchey, provisions S\?,' Trainer, provisions 20.25 24.00 :o.oo 8.50 20.00 16.00 1.80 11.75 31.20 87.88 8.23 E.85 63.70 3.00 ' w '^"n? y ^r s ' d/aKsing .".T ;;;; BT;OO vv- P M^' t d ;2 eg j ns -, i5 ™ w 'f, T'MciFarland, dragging... 9.00 g. <3. Darnell, dragging ... .... ]g!oo A. M. Gustafson, dragging"...'.' Vffi Farmers Co-op. Elevator Co. coal for Co. shed 1205 Sr. merB Co ' op< ' So °lety, sup A. , g, Michel, engineer . . , , ,, , f'84-- "' Mdmai ^ •••••«' . Michel, engineer ..i ., h - . Lathrop, rodman ..... Dt. 90— . , , 8. B.. French Lmbr. Co., sup*- r . Henry (Flasher, labor ....... 223.00 63.00 1 38.M «.88 8.90 5.25 piles J. J. Boyett, labor . . , ... . Ar ndorfer, labor - - -—mm, i.i, .fj.j l!UUI-J.tJl Rollle Steele, labor . Kohlhaas iBros., labor and supplies - 4 o- P. A. Griffith, supplies ... .'." 1524 Clapp's Master Service, sup" 38.90 106.04 4.00 8.00 4.25 cases 3 " town ffne.st.s. Associations Jfcof Here— The local shipping association 'was 326 Calls at office 147 Calls on families _ JOG Calls for families ...IIIII "o 10 Letters :„„ same Is Protected func3s ' bv ' from ' ' , 1sam S llas been allowed Conty Co tT^.su be -- aisIen<1 as "Provided 1007 Code ,.,,.,,^ (>-~>^uuiitLJun wfis host to the other shipping associations of Kossuth and 'adjoining counties at the Fenton opera house last Thursday afternoon. J. E Harner, «woa City, president of the county association, Knutp Espe secretary of the state association,' and -•-•— Frank ThompHon, Ames, spoke \t TjCll ^'"' (1 the clase of the program ciq-.ars''ind ' L ° ne Rock other treats were passed. ' • r ' 11 " Mrs. Ursula Wcislirod i,, Orcsron— Mrs. Ursula. \Veisbrod, who left here last spring for Oregon, and her Visits In Bancroft Burt IIIIII. I Irvlnston ~ " Tjedyard _ .. f 1 .. .t^aitiiieii a Chapter 55-A1 of the Iowa. rKJPJEK^OHE. BE TT BE- the proper County Of- — • i .-• A >" v./i r.mjii, uiid Her daughter l.ydia are settled in a now homo at Raker. Mrs. Wei«brod wa.s ^enton township ftonorod on her 7Slh liirthday by her Irvin K ton township" tlauirhter.s. T\rt-« 1'^^^.^^ \- , T..H.. n i. , . . " y daughtei-.s, Mrs. .Hoseoe Yage Lydia, wlio entertained friends Weisbrod is well pleased with west. and Mrs. the Woman, 88, Observes ]5ir(h,i;iy— Th,. Dr. \vhitlow family, ' Swea City, wore dinner guests at P c Bailey's Sunday evening. The R-il- leys and Mr.s. Kate Xewel visited last week Tuesday evening with Mr Bailey's sister, Mr.s. Carl Ebert' Whittomore, the occasion being M rs Ebert's SSth birthday. Many Flu C'nsc.s Reported— A number of flu cases have been reported hero in the last week Mrs Wilbert J-Iuldorff, Mrs. J \' Schwartx, and the entire A. ]-f 'Mey- A'erne Sexton Swea City .__ _ ~™~ J Titnnka • II.I.I""! o Whlttcmore I """ J Buffalo township ___I_I~_I i Fenton township —I_I_I__I~~" ] IrviiiKton township II 9 Lott.s Creek township 1111.111"" 1 I/u A r erne township i Portland township _ ^ Prairie township ~~~ """" j Riverdale township _. _I~ I'll"" i Spi-ingfield town.ship"III..II.._II 2 Oulsldo tin- County. Cylinder 0 KKthervllle ~ J Xevacla township, Palo'Tlto coilnLy _ ^ rrolilonis rrcscntcd. rnemployment 2 o Indebtedness Cancel- Cardiac Syphilis Gonorrhea DPS Molrics. Towa! on March Aoontcd this 3rd da; Ayes: All. AurtlUn 1 ^" 0 ' 1 ! ^?/ l '' d Preceded with 4liPrt ,^ i Allowing of bills as per schedule of claims hereinafter writ- SCHRDTTT.R OF CLAIMS COUNTY FUND i' llj " G - Harmon, bounty .... * isorthwestcrn Bell Tel. Co. tel service City of Altrona. light "service!' hid ,T. Backus, postage *h r,' ona ... Tm n ept ' Store ' 1'rovislons.. Jim Brucr, provisions i ..... Tice Brack, provisions .... Merrill Bros., provisions ... ' Peter Brpeldlng, hog ... . J; P. Schlssel & Co, coal ...... iFullerton Lumber Co coal' clmd. $22.25; allowed .'.'. . ' H. Dau, cobs ... Botsford Lumber Co.',' coal ..... c"o"i erS e °' 6p - Elev ator Co.! Fred Anderson, coal"!! ....... Uiompson Tarcls Inc., coal"" Algona Cemetery Ass'n, lot " R. AV. Carlisle, digging grave Mrs o \r a "?' 0n ' '"nerar exp.. sick ^nudsen, care of 30.78 5.00 15.4! IB!OC 26.9C 34.00 30.59 40.06 12.09 12.00 8.40 39.fl» 6.20 C0.79 30.15 31.05 6G.6S 20.25 3.50 31.30 42.15 38.55 31.30 76.00 fi.OO 4G.OO _Plles Tire Service Co., supplies .... •Geo. Hansen, supplies . 'Frank Flalg, supplies ... ..'.' " JPaul w. Darson, supplies .. Norton Machine Works, supplies Matt Murtha, supplies George Holtzbauer, supplies' T clmd. $22.85; allowed "."..' Joseph Hauptmann Sr., Ins policy City of Algona, light serv !!.'!' 'Bertha E. Johnson, frt. adv... Central Battery & Elec. Co supplies ' Glbbs-Cook Tractor & Co., supplies .' -Jarton Warner Co., supplies.. sSp1 J ,,?s a ?. to f..*... Equ ! p -... Co " H. Channon Co.,-suppiles".'.'." iir e i?" ll r c "' t D °dge Co., supplies. Wheeler Lumber Bridge & Sup Co., supplies Peerless Oil Co., gas " Mid. Cont. Petro. Corp., BUS and oil ,'anilard Oil Co.', "gasoline .'.'.'! 'hllllps- Petroleum Co., gasoline Clmmplin Serv. Station, 'g'as'o- II np . line Champlin Refining' Co.','' ga's'o" line Hugh Raney, gravel.'land'.." Dr _ 2 _ DRAINAGE nUND Lafe Simmons, labor .. Dr. *l— Sam Liehllter, labor 3M.37 3.357.08 ' 9.00 .70 87.65 20.40 12.20 G2.36 3.0fl 8.20 11.93 737.49 2.17 85.32 110.00 220.50 425.3S 183.76 321.28 94.8S 5.51 S. B. '.French 1-mbr. Co., sup Dr. P ll6^-" ' ' '" DA - E.JMIchel, engineer .. ...i Dr^ 6 178- Pl8Cher> labor "• ""' kell & Halvorson, estimate ,w M 2 T";i." • 659-W «.* • lit Juatnropf roaitiEin • 31 BO A. E. Michel, engineer w!oo R. Welter, commissioner on < •• assmt. . MJA E-K Jt. No 2— a ' • L S 1f |ln^e m0nB ' rePa ' rS °" 1.00 12.00 11.00 —And don't forget our GLOBE mum l ( SCRATCH GRAIN and Ott^ggj^sJ '11 tO, til UiHJ 41(» ( ,» A. B. Michel, engineer " 858.18 P'M~ -- —F v*iBaji CVA • t » * t • 9.00 "-J.V D-o7—• , - . E, J Murtagh, assignment ti T?* Tt axn aale certificate .......217.163 Jtl-J\, Jt. 2—' ' , A. 33. Michel, engineer l 4 00 iRESOLVBD: That County ^Auditor Is hereby ordered and directed to Issue warrants for all bills allowed at tnls meeting as shown by the "Schedule of Claims" hereinbefore written as per vote on each Individual bill Ayes; All. . ' On motion Board adjourned to 1 o'clock p. m. March 11, 1931. ' BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. 340.60 1100.00 S.40 3.20 DR, E. R, PERKINS Says TEETH CAN BE EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN Over ,30 years experience In .this line of work supplies the KNOW HOW seldom found or ' claimed In regular Dental practice. 3 3 3 — —, „.,!, mv_ (-111.11 u _-\. j-j \JPV" r* — — — — — — — ____ o ers family have been sick, but we're " VIlflcc " ll 'Slcal 2 better Monday. Mrs. Harold Ooetscb ^lenity G ti nn v, t i . _ _ L.TI-II KtiMnm*ii-\a ,1.\.*-,,..!,_ has been holpinpr at Iluldorff's"' and Mae Zweifel at the Meyers home. Mrs. Wm. LiiUiii Consults Doclors— Mrs. F. w. Lakin, Esthervlllc came Friday to take her mother-in- law. Mre. William Lakin, am nephew, VIrlln Espe, home with hei for a visit till Sunday. The eklei Mrs. Lakin, who has been poorly ol late, consulted Esthervllle doctors lOmlocrine disturbance I"I" Disease respiratory system Nin c WoniPn u t ., „ „,-,._ A number of women helped Mrs HP Wolsbrod at a quilting bee last Thursday afternoon. Attendiir- were Mcsd.-unes J. F. x cwo , Chr ,^ • * v<ri ^ e ^- " •-1, -»iii\L.- \\ eisnrotl J- B. Hanson, II.• c. Lindsey, John Gramenz, and \\". K. Stoeber. Stock is Shipped to Market— iULtll .StOC'lC 1 JliycTS ""ill 11311 Gel eight carloads of stock Saturday. The shipping association shipped two cars of cattle: Boettcher, four car« of hogs; and Walter Wegener two cars of hogs. Hansons To Ksflim-Tll.. Farm— The John II. Hansons huv« movea Esthervillo. .Dbn" works "^ «'coml and uncle G 1 , — - —-^ U.1131.W1H _____ G Chronic illness _ - ^ Acute illness I " 3 Xced dental care ~ Xeerl optical care Blinrlne.ss Paralyzed or crippled IIII"" 13 Disability, old age Death '_"_" Epilepsy . '_ F'sychosls -Veurosls diagnosed IIIIII" ± Other mental disorder 3 Mental defectiveness -IIIIIII"" Alcoholism Torkel Hill, bounty '"n"'"^, R ; ' T " lln ^n. 'tax"'s'a'ie certificate fees . H. M. Smith. Co. Kniine'er'.'!." J'. J. Balgeman, com. and session W. F. McDonald, "com.' ami session Olaf Funnemark, com.' ami session ChiiR. Morris, com.' and" session P. J. T-Telken. com. aiirl session Bancroft IRleglstcr, board proceedings ' .. C. A. Samson, assisting sheriff L. R T-Tovey, earn prisoners'" of'fi'c Samls ' Inb01 ' ln Treas. Helen flarig,'' 'labor 'in ' 'Treas' office lr " nh a Harris, labor'"in" Co! 2.20 BS.-15 5R.4S 3n.no fl.SO sob.'ob 232.30 r -' ..... -. J -_p. Clapsaddle. med. aid J. A. Devlne , med. aid ..... .. ti- L. \Vllllams, niecl aid • -,T. cl ™ rt - S23.25; allowed ..'. ... " "• I'. Hamstreet, mprl n\a " Jlmrnle Xevllle. shoes .. aW . " A. D. Adams, med aid ..... Paul W. Larson, supplies' ..... Farmers Co-op. Socety, coal" 1 .... Family" ' 'welfare'" Ass'ii America, supplies "of , . B ' ank Book office ex- ' serv. notice".'. | "plies . f"™**>n Hdw., sup- M2.70 K»«u a th Co. staie"'Bik,'" c ierk K. D. James, suppiles"!.'. '.'.'."!! 21°-I', RllnnHnu ICtS CO., IST!SO 2.S9.00 Orchestra In Knti'i- Conlest— ^ 110 " 1 ° roh " Htra ""a Hie lub are preparing for a music contest at .\rm- etrong this week \Ve,lne.s,| a y. " No School Tlnii-silay-Krirtay.. There was no school last Thurs**y an<l Friday, the teachers attend Jng a North Central low.-i leaeliors convention at Mason City. Other Fenton to n a "V."' 8 - Kl A ' Ifua kump went to DOS Mome.s .Saturday, ana Mr Huskamp returned Sundav tveniiv- Mrs. lluskarnp romalnln« for a' longer visit with her daughter Airs ' Stto y , WM Clifford Whit now traveling Co., Chicago ,^,,ijj j 11m •, former Fenton boy for the Clean Towel Roy and Paith Peterson, ninir- Bted spent Friday at Ch ,, s Gero t rfns, whl ]o their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A . Petei . son ;U d na ent-Te^cher convention in connec- «on with a teacherss' meeting at Mason City. Mr. Peterson was dele .^Xt^SSSf'StuSS 111 ^: 2S1 t Ve ,?. ins f 'T nadcliffe. where ind the children visited - parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Johnson, ' " Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Krause. Penton, and the Frank Gappas, AVhitte- m motore(1 to Triumph M nn ' 2=5 who has Maynard Stephenson, "fen attending school at Amea - >bst Thursday to visit hlf Charles Weisbrod entertain- fn-effular sex relationship _ i Behavior problem " 9 AN'idow with dependent children 15 Poor home-making j Family desertion II.I """"~~ 0 Xon-support of family II.H fi fuvenile delinquency ----- ^ niegitimacy [ "~ ^ 'mprisonment ^ 3egglng tendency I~I~" : Jad housing I " Xon-residence " -. Services Rendered. Financial adjustment Work offered, refused ----Private physician I-IIIII.'I.l Iowa City offered, refused Iowa City clinic _• ----Iowa City hospital -I.II." "I Iowa City papers --.IIII.III.""" Psychopathic hospital Psychiatric treatment ; County home " ' County home offered, refused"!"" : Dental care " I" ! Burial arranged """ : Support order obtained'II.I.I "" - Xon-residenee notice ] Non-residence notice on "other county . -\on-resklence notice rejected 3 Transportation to other localities 3 Family Slutiis. Married couple _ sl Unmarried couple Unmarried mother _ ~, \ \' 1,1,-,,.. —— — —— — — ___ „ \\'idow \\'itlower Deserted woman " Divorced ~~~~~ ~~~ Separated IIII.I.II Hingle man ~ Single woman 1 •»' ''" Pai«ley Shawl. The shawl known as Paisley was first made at Paisley, Scotland. The texture is usually woolen, though In i cotton. J.he garments ure worn folded three-corner fashion. NOW" days they are used as furniture ornaments like piano covers. y helt cost when first made, about the glnulug of the Nineteenth was about $75. Cabbage Butterfly One of the commonest butterflies Ur ° P L and Amerlca * the large white cabbage butterfly, which in the caterpillar stage does much h a V . plants. When the caterpillars have eaten their an a f n ar f * ea ? y to pass into tne P U P 8 stage, they leave the cabbage stalks B £**£ la L search ot for the change. rtl -*•••! I l.T, lllUUI HI Clerk's office Alice M. rrntchins, labor" Supt.'s office Ver.i K. Schwlctert, labor' Supt.'s office ' Wm. Shirley, expense ... !!!!! K. IT. Beardsley, partial payment of assess 'Keneflck & Crawford,'med. aid prisoners Bertha R. Johnson, off.'' 'expense and adv. bounty Advance ub. Co., pub. proc etc J. C. Mawdsley, road' meeting! J. H. Frnser, road meeting .. Henry Bailey, road meeting . lidw. Droessler, road meeting. Alex Radig, road meeting; .. .. J. H. 'Warburton, road meeting A. W. Brown, road meeting"!! Olp K. Flom, road meeting .... A.' R. Crulkshank, road meeting Alb. Potratu, road meeting !!' Lawrence Thorson, road meet ing John vM-iiuurier, roaa meet •F 1 . M. Jacobs, road meeting O. A. Jensen, road meeting ... Joseph II. Schaller, road meeting H. F. Selinltz, road meeting!! H r . H. Schwletert, road meet- Ing Aaron W. Bteussy, road meeting Thomas Berg, road meeting .. Chris Brandt, road meeting ... L. C. Gast. roail meeting .. . K. G. Kwoldt, road meeting .. Ilbbe Winter, road meeting ... Oeo. W. Nyman, roarl meeting Peter Hans, road meeting .... C. F. McGregor, ntt. conv. of school officers Pratt Paper Co., supplies Metropolitan Supply Co. supplies .' K. D. James, supplies .'"".'..."* L. T. Barnum Iron AVorks supplies S^Vr"^ , su "' rl lvant. supplies! ). u. ICrickson, supplies . Ivevstone Envelope Co, supplies Kllpto Loose Lc-af"coV, "siip- plles ' Co., siip- 10.50 42.00 0.90 37.10 118.67 200.00 0.75 4.00 76.33 5.90 6.50 5.SO 9.00 8.00 11.00 6.60 Cresco Tel. Co'.', Dr.'L. W. Fox," voter ' •Lewis Stetzel, supplies " Graham^Co.,, _suni>lles '' Don he YELLOW PENCIL PROTECH! FOR LI P| COME IN... i e t us. the only Cream j you need never " tra n • v . the Separator th,t never go back to the for "re-balanci,J'- el Separator backed written for your In addition to the Sel] ancing Bowl, you xyiiuj •'lighted with UieSn M structiqn that makes tU ker-Hoith so easy to ' and so easy to turn. ANKER-HOLTH Cream Separator 33S.25 10.10 30.00 S2.SO 1.1)3 5.2S ( IIND 375.00 S-I.OO 400.00 Try it on the worst cases and clon t be afraid of getting hurt, . or that I can't get them, without laceration or after pain. No novocaine, chloroform or gas used. Thousands testify to all these facts. Why not place your case up to the most widely known extraction specialist in the Central West' It will cost no more. ALGONA HOTEL TUESDAY, MARCH 31 9 to 4 Lady attendant. 1 Interchangeable Discs have •no numbers or notches. . . •put them together any way you like. with the famous SELF-BALAJTCING BOWL 4 Cream delivered at „_ of bowl, skim-milk all ... no chance ot Inu Ing. 2 Automatic Oiling'... no oil holes or oil cups ... all moving parts plied at start of handle. 8 Shortest Handle ever placed on a separator ... proof of easy turning. ' 5 Removable Howl rjh«i ... no unsanitary cast bowl housing. 0 Precision workmnnsliip j rivals the skill of a i maker. ti-l road pa- Slemer, road patrol T>'J J '' 9" in . n ' road patrol 6' Peter Movick, road patrol John S. Nelson, road^patroi' 25.80 .65 88.00 44.00 30000 27.00 78.60 7S.60 91.20 92.80 r-.—.- Jon| ^rndo'r'f'er; road"me'et,ng ^ 1^^^ fiSSSj^M? """ " Swrili'S?^ Drop in and let us tell you the whole story] ^rSm ]VA T~^ a ^ mers General Storc liUUT—J. H. Graham. WESLEY—Lease & Lease. WHITTEMOBE—L. W. Swanson LOTTS CREEK-Lotts Creek Store. ^ = ^—___g £AD THE ADVANCI^WANfAi ll!ll " llllll— ^^ Mail-a-Want To Fill-a-Want 7.f 12.4 10.0 9.1 S.O 11 0 O.Oi 11.0 3.4 3.0 ... ' Ott & S ° nS C '°" S1111 - Perkins 'Bros. Co., Pnip'plies' ^hrlstenspn Bros. Co.. supn -alng & Miickey, supplies .... lhos ; Berg, trustee meeting r r>' , Khrk ' 11 . trustee meeting i. u. L,arson. trustee meetin 0 ' 'charge M ?. n : itt :.. ^* M ™'s \lgona Hospital, mod" aid" " COITRT FUND "" ,, T , court report- O. Marfiuis,"j'.' P."foes' a cob Keller, constable'fee's'"' y o :Hovey ' sheriff ; 1 A. Wi'nkel, 'j. 'p. fees 63 .'.' " £,• •*. Newvllle, marshal fees ' M H'\v a i be1 ' wltnes s fees .. ! i. evl Welmer, witness fees .... 'hnrlnH° nSm a l l r ' wltn ess fees, fees Sc hwartz, witness 05.W D.OC 3.S 2S.7< 122.'' 30.5<1 37.70 10.49 53.40 34.09 •11.25 31.70 S.SO S.SO s.sa 5.00 3.00 143.23 4.40 13.25 2S.75 4.00 19.00 11.50 4.SO 4.SO 5.20 I- A. Palmer, bailiff ...'". "" INSANE P0ND '" '• i(- govey, conveyance exp f ^ r Hovey, conveyance exp ' T!T' ~ Peters . witness .... sloner . C . retzme y er ' commls- •^lark Orion,' clerk''. R. Hovey, sheriff .. V. w T U ,v s ^P' commissioner .. w. J. Keneflck, witness 35.00 35.00 5.00 aka Keller, witness .'..".'. Mrs. H. 'Lattimer. witnesa ' 600 Henry^ox', ^"nltlV." "' ^ Wash Harris, listing doers . in go LIBRARY TTUND ^^aJan^^oo?,-.^? ^ hver^^lf;;.^ '" & CO.: SHULTZ RECTAULINIC AMBULANT PKOCTOLOGY Piles (hemorrhoids) cured without operation. Other rectal conditions. Write for booklet. Consultation without cost 218-219-220 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 842, Mason City, Iowa BAKING' POV^DER Only 2c a Word^aclrWeek N ° In8erti< 2i| 88 Than 20c * Week ^ " f e D r° Not Ch «rge Want Ads- Stamp., Ca.h, or Check MOST Accompany Order CLIP THIS Your Name.. __ "" —— Address... How many necks is advertisement to run* "" ----- T- —- Amount enclosed $. w^nt received later It may appear elie- SAME PRICE "* forwtr 4O W* In , c/ol/6/e acHncf OUNCES FOR MULIONSOF POUNDS UStD Half Rates for County F

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