Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1931 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. TOWA Twenty Years Ago Advance, April 27, 1911. Legal* Tho local doctors had been assigned to the churches for timidly talks on tuberculosis. Doctors Trlb- ' on and Hatch were to apeak at the Congregational church; Doctors Fellows and Coles, at the Methodist church; Doctors Cretzmeyer nnd Fraser, at the Baptist church; and Doctors Kcnefick and Hartman, at the Presbyterian church. This was a part of a state-wide movement to teach preventive methods In the fight against tuberculosis. t t t The weight of the old G. A. K. cannon on the courthouse lawn had broken down one of the wheels, and an enterprising youth had stolen a brass casting housing In the hub and sold (t for Junk. The cannon •was remounted. t t t Another elifnrot-smokhif? youth had paid a $5 fine assessed by Justice Crowell. This boy was only IS. The fine was remitted when the costs were paid. Anti-smoking laws for minors were being stringently enforced. t t t Mrs. Max Hprbst had spent the week-end with her father, Joel Tennant, at Hartley. Mr. Tennant, who had been seriously sick, once operated the Tennant house here, one of the best-known hotels in this section of Iowa in the early day. It Stood just south of the present location of the Algona hotel. t t t 3fayor Jos. AV. AVmlsivorth wn.s building a garage at the rear of his home to house his new Ford. t t t Editor ,T. AV. Shearer of the Upper Des Moines-Republican, had been sick for weeks with rheumatism, but was recovering, and had been able to come up town. t t t Fords had been purchased by Dr. W. T. Peters, Burt; County Supt. Sid J. Backus; AT. A. Dutton, and A. K. Cliff. F. H. Seller had agency. t t t An editorial reported a progressive republican meeting at Saratoga, K. Y., in which supporters of "Teddy" Roosevelt had advanced him as a possible candidate for a third party if the republicans re- nominated a standpatter. t t t An ox-Confederate soldier, C. AV. Pattie, had died at Clear Lake. He served with Stonewall Jackson. T T t The city water system at Burt was but of order, one of the pipes having become clogged. t t + Harrlnrton & Dickinson's law offices had been moved to rooms over the Algona State bank. The former offices were over the County Savings bank building, which was being remodeled and the upper rooms of which were to be occupied by Sullivan & Jrc^r/ihon, who then had the offices which Doctor Evans now occupies. A consultation room over the Algona State bank was to be used jointly by Harrington & Dickinson and County Attorney E. J. Van Ness. t t t Siren City was discussing a municipal electric light plant. t t t Dr. M. J. Kcnoflck had bought an E. M. F. 30 automobile. t t t 11. M. Richmond, original owner of the town .site of Swea City, had died In Texas. He bought the town site for ,?7,0on when the B. C. R. & X. railroad, now the C. R. I. & p., was built through it. There were the beginning of a village there called Reynolds, but Mr. Richmond re- A'OIICE OF CONDEMNATION PROCEEDINGS County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, vs. Henry Boecktyolt; Fannie Boeckholt, The Connecticut itutual Life Insurance Company, John Helmers, Chris Helmers. To Henry Boeckholt, Fannie Boeckholt, The Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, John Helmers and Chris Helmers, and all other persons, companies or corporations having any interest in or owning any of the following described real estate: All that part of the East Half of the Northwest Quarter (E'/& NAA'Vi) of Section Thirty-five (35), Township Ninety-eight (9S), Range Twenty-eight (28), bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point Nine Hundred Ninety-nine and eight- tenths feet (999.8') AA'est and Six Hundred and nine-tenths feet (600.1/') North of the center i of Section Thirty-five (35), Township Ninety-eight (!»S), North of Range Twenty-eight (2S), AVe-st of the 5th P. M., thence North seventy-one degrees East (N. 71° E) a distance of Two Hundred Thirty-five and two-tenths feet (235.2'); thence North thirty-nine degrees East (N 39" E) a distance of One Hundred Sixty-three and one- tenth feet (163.1'): thence North twenty-five degrees East (N 25° E) a distance of Seven Hundred Forty-six and two-tenths feet (7-1G.2'); thence North twenty- eight degrees AVest (N 28° AV) . a distance of One Hundred Twenty-three and nine-tenths feet (123.9'); thence South twenty-four degrees AVest (S ''24° AA r ) a distance of Four Hundred Fifty and two-tenths feet 450.2'); thence South forty-three degrees twenty-nine minutes AVest (S 43° 29' AV) a distance of Five Hundred Eighty-two and nine-tenths feet (582.9'); thence South One Hundred Fifty-two feet (152') to the point of beginning. Containing 3.44 acres. You are hereby notified that Bertha E. Johnson, as County Auditor due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 8th day of April, 1931. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Penningroth nnd Holmes, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 31-32 named it Swea City in honor of the settlers of Swedish descent. He also started th(; State bank, and with A. L. Anderson, nnd J. M. Dye wn« once owner of the Herald. Mr. Mr. Richmond left Town in 1S9S. t t t Merman Kiifsrhnrn had brought ( ......... suits against the .Alihv.-iiik.-o railroad which will be for $7r>0 fur horses killed by a train.' the of Kossuth county, Iowa, desires the condemnation of the following described land: All that part of the East Half of the Northwest Quarter (E% NAVV4) of Section Thirty-five 35), Township Ninety-eight (9S), Range Twenty-eight (28), bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point Nine Hundred Ninety-nine and eight- tenths feet (999.S') AVest and Six Hundred and nine-tenths feet (600.9') North of the center of Section Thirty-five (35), Township Ninety-eight (9S), North of Range Twenty-eight (28), AVest of the 5th P. M., thence North Seventy-one degrees East (N 71" E) a distance of Two Hundred Thirty-five and two-tenths feet (235.2'); thence North Thirty-nine degrees East (N 39° E) a distance of One Hundred sixty-three and one- tenth feet (163.1'); thence North twenty-five degrees East (N 25° E) a distance of Seven Hundred Forty-six and two-tenths feet (74G.2'); thence North twenty- eight degrees AVest (N 28° AV) a distance of One Hundred Twenty-three and nine-tenths feet (123.9'); thence South twenty-four degrees AVest (S 24° AV) a distance of Four Hundred Fifty and two-tenths feet (450.2'); thence South Forty- three degrees twenty-nine minutes AA'est (S 43° 29'AV) a distance of Five Hundred Eighty- two and nine-tenth.'. feet (5S2.9'); thence South One Hundred Fifty-two feet (152') to the point of beginning. Containing 3.44 acres. That such condemnation is sought for the following purpose: That the wiid County of Kossuth may have NOTICE To All Landowners, Occupants, nnd Pel-sons in possession or control of lands, including railroad lands within Kossuth county: You and each of you are hereby notified that the Board of Supervisors of said county have, by resolution duly entered of record, ordered all noxious weeds to be destroyed at the time and In the manner set out In the following schedule: 1. That all weeds growing In the highways shall be cut at least twice during the growing season, the first cutting to be not later than July 1st, 1!)31, and the second cutting not later than September loth, 1931, and ill noxious weeds shall be cut and destroyed by the owner or occupant whether on the property or on the -cljolning highway, between the dates named, to-wit: 2. Smooth Dock, Buckhorn, AA r ild Mustard, Quack Grass, Sour or Curled Dock, Canada Thistle, Horse Nettle, AVIld Parsnip, Wild Carrot, Russian Thistle, and Sow Thistle between the 15th day of June and the 1st day of July, 1931, and between the 15th day of July, 1931, and the 15th day of August, 1931. 3. Shoofly, Burdock, Cockelbur, AVild Sunflower. A'elvet AA'eed, between the 1st clny of July, 1031, and the 15th day of Auugst, 1931, and between the 15th day of August and the 15th day of September, }931. You are further notified that unless said' order is complied with the weed commissioner will cause said weeds to be destroyed and the cost thereof will be taxed to the owner of the property; that if said order is not complied with and it becomes necessary for the weed commissioner to destroy, or cause to be destroyed, said weeds, any loss or damage to crops resulting from such destruction shall, under the statute, be borne by the owners of said real estate. Dated this 13th day of April, 1931. F. J. BALGEMAN, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, Attest: BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. 32 t t t Telephone directories distributed, and the hnok.s included, names of patrons at Algona, Bancroft, and AVhitlenuire. There were 70 pages in the books, and the number of Algcma patrons was 000. The total number of telephones in the county was estimated at 35(10, of which 200(1 were farm phones, t t t 7)r. 1C. E. S».r«rs was being boomed for appointment as state veterinarian to .succeed Doctor Koto, of Forest City. Dr. .1. I. Gibson, Des Moines, wu.s appointed. t t t Mail entering or leaving the Algona postoffice was to be weighed during a month. t t t AV. II. Koran had li.ft for Saskatchewan to take up a homestead. Others with farms In the same vicinity were John Lee, the Rev. O. H. Holmes, R. A. Palmer, A. L. Belton, A. AV. Sterzbach, C. Byson, and F. TJrch. t t t Gardner Cowled, J. N. Darling, and Senator Kenyon had been guests of President Taft. t t t Half of the teaching force had indicated that they would not return in 1912, and Supt. Overmyer had gone to Cedar Falls to look for their successors. t t t The AV. H. C. was to entertain the G. A. R. In honor of the birthday of General Grant. Supper was to be served and a short program given before a band concert, t t t 1'uliie & Pearson had erected Aleona's largest electrically lighted sign for their garage. LEDYARDH, S, BALL NINE WINS 3 GAMES IN A WEEK Ledyard, Apr. 21 — Last iveek Tuesday Grant Center played base- 'ball here, and Ledyard won, 5-1. Last Thursday Britt came, and Ledyard again won, 9-4. The locals played In an east half county tournament Saturday, defeating AVes- ley, 6-4, and Burt, 7-1. They are now to play the winners of a west half tournament. all of the gravel and road material contained in said tract and use of the .same for all time, or until said yravol and road material is exhausted. That a commission has been ap- poinU'd as provided by law for the purpose of appraising the damages caused by said condemnation. That said commissioners will on elnglthii 25th day of May, A. D. 1931 at NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOAVA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 15th day of April, 1931, in favor of The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, a corporation, as plaintiff, and against Ida M. Anderson and Ringsted National Farm Loan Association, of Ringsted, Iowa, as defendants, for the sum of Eleven Thousand Two Hundred Twenty- two and 3S/100 ($11,222.38) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Seventy-One anfl 66/100 ($171.66) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the -property of the said Ida M. Anderson and Ringsted National Farm Loan Association, of Ringsted, Iowa, and AV. C. Pyle, Receiver of the First National Bank, Burt, Iowa, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The Southwest Quarter (SAVVi) of Section Eleven (11) in Township Ninety-Seven (97) North, of Range Twenty-Nine (29) AVest of the Fifth P. M. containing 160 acres more or leas, all in the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 15th rla.v of May, 3931, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and whore due attendance will be given >y the undersigned. Dated this 16th day of April, 1931. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Han-is, Deputy. ARTHUR SMITH, Emmetsburpr, Iowa, Plaintiff's Attorney. 32-33 10 o'clock a. m. view .said premises nd proceed to appraise .said dam- gps, at which time you may appear before the commissioners if you care to do so. (Signed) BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor of 29-32 Kossuth County, Iowa.' NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss. • Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in -said Court on the 7th day of April, 1931, in favor of The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States as plaintiff, and against Earl M Tootbman and Carrie M. Toothman, as defendants, for the sum of Seventeen Thousand Four Hundred Seventy-six and 67/100 ($17,476.67) Dollars and costs, taxed at Two Hundred Thirty and 32/100 ($230.32) Dollars and accruing costs, I haye levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Earl M. Toothman and Carrie II. Toothman, A, L. Peterson, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: Northwest fractional Quarter and the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (except commencing 22 feet, North of the Southwest corner of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, thence South 22 feet, thence east 22 feet, thence Northwesterly to place of beginning) and commencing 22 feet AVest of the Northeast corner of the Southwest Quarter, running thence East 22 feet, thence South 22 feet, thence Northwesterly to point of beginning, all in Section Thirty- one (31), Township Ninety-seven (97) North, of Range Twenty-eight <2S) AVest of the Fifth P M. Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 7th day of May, 1931, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where EXECUTOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE . In order to close the estate of L. E. Strom, the undersigned Executor will offer for sale at public auction on the 27th day of April, 1.031, at two o'clock.p. m., the north 5/12 of Lot Four (4) in Block Five (5) of the Original Plat of Algona, Iowa. Sale will be held on premises. This property consists of a well located corner lot with a .five-room frame house, renting for Twenty- five Dollars (.$25.00) per month. Terms, One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) cash, balance in thirty days, when Abstract will be delivered showing good title, free from all liens and encumbrances. Subject to rights of tenant in possession. No lease. M. P. CHRISTIANSEN, 31-32 Executor. | Board Proceedings April 6, 1931. Auditor's Office, April C, 1931. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met in regular session with all members present. Board proceeded to read minutes of last regular session and all adjourned sessions. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by McDonald that minutes be Approved as read. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Funnemark that Secondary Road petitions Nos. 175, 17(i, 177, 17S, and 17D be referred to County Engineer for report. Ayes: All. On motion Board proceeded with Auditing and Allowing of bills. On motion 'Board adjourned to one o'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m,—Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Heiken and seconded by Morris that the following final estimates of M. T. MaGuIre for grading are hereby allowed: Project 29—$70755- No. 1-$59G,53; No. 2-$5S.22; No. 31— $-!7S.90; No. 3—$480.59; No. 7—$3122.40; No. U—JS09.SO; No. 9—JJWo.Tfi; No. 12— $1624.07; No. 13—J2461.GG; No. 14—$29910; No. 15—$902.07; No. 32—$63.60; No. 23— $124.92; No. 25—$116.20: 'No. 28—$3552 60; No. 16—$1017.45; No. 27—$63.60- No 20— $112.68; No. 20—$919.89; No. 16—$599.27; No. 21-$S17.CO; No. 24-$882.a7; No. 17$1047.75; No. 18—$71.50. Ayes: All. This being the time and place heretofore fixed for hearing on commissioners' report on assessments on Dr. 178, written objections read and discussed orally. On motion by Morris and seconded by McDonald that further hearing on commissioners' report on Dr. 178 la hereby continued to 1:30 p. m. April 14th, 1931. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Funnemark. that County Auditor Is hereby authorized to accept payment of $4,000.00 school fund loan of Mrs. Louisa A. Thompson on AV 1-2 NAV 1-4 Sec. 9, Twp. 94, Range 28. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald nnd seconds! by Morris that 1st quarterly report of Bfirtha E. Johnson, County .Auditor, nnd Laura Paine, County 'Recorder, Is hereby accepted. Ayes: All. Motoln by Morris and secpntled by Helken that official bond of E. H. Beardsley, assessor, for $500,00, Is hereby approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Funnemark that the following soldier's exemptions for 1930 arc hereby allowed and County Auditor Instructed to Issue refund warrant or abate said taxes ns the case may be: M. E. Flynn on Lots 19-20-21, Block 4, Ledyard Inc., for AVorld War, W9.S6. Mrs. H. E. AVoodwnrd on Lots 5 and fi, Block 2, iFlrst Addition AVhitte- more, World war, $19.01 Ray E. Ruske, Lots 1-2-3, Block 6, Park Addition, Fcnton, $15.76. •Robert 'H. Crawford, NE 1-4 Sec. 1997-27. World war, $1710. Archie AVhltlow, E 40 ft. of iLots 4 and 5, Block 10, Original Plat Swea City, AVorld war, $20.70. That the following exemptions for 1931 be allowed and County Auditor instructed to correct 1931 assessor books: . . Way E. Ruske, Lots 1-2-3, Block 6 Park Addl'lon for $500n). Ella Laird, Lot 5, Block 221 Call's Addition, Algona, AVar of Rebellion for $3,000.00. AV. J. AA r egener, Lots 5 and 0, Block 1, Hlghlawn Addition, AVhittemore, World War, for J500.CO. Ayes: All Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Morris that the 29th day of April, 1931, at 1:30 p. m. is hereby fixed ns time for hearing on Engineer's Report on following Secondary Road districts: .34, MA, 68, 116, 119, 127, )2S, 138, 137, 142, 15fi, 157, 158,- 159, '160, 1fi1, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168.. 169, 170, 171, 172. 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179. Ayes: All. Motion by 'Funnmnark and seconded by Helken that County Treasurer Is hereby requested to apportion $5IS7 43 amount still unpaid by 'First National Bank, of Algona, and $8444.37 amount still remaining unpaid ' by Farmers State Bank of Bancroft among the various funds. )See Record for Resolution). Ayes: All, On. motion Board adjourned to nine o'clock a. m. April 7th, 1931. BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. April 7, 1931. Auditor's Office, April 7. 1911. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. • On motion Board proceeded with Auditing and'Allowing of bills. Bids for grading received, opened, and read. On motion by McDonald and seconded by Morris that 'Bauck Construction Company, of Emmetsbure, are hereby awarded contract for grading on Projects 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13. 17 and IS as per terms of bid; that J. V. Elbert is hereby awarded contract for grading on Projects 1, 2, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 as per terms of bid. Ayes: On motion ''Board adjourned to one o'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m.—'Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Helken and seconded by Funnemark that the following resolution be adopted: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ORDER FOR DESTRUCTION OF NOXIOUS AVEBDS AND MOWING- OF HIGHAVAYS. BE IT RESOLVED, By the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa: That in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 246 of the Code of 1927, it ig hereby ordered: 1. That all weeds growing in the highways shall be cut at least twice during the growing season, the first cutting to be not later than July 1st, 1931, and the second cutting not later than September 15th, 1931, and • al! noxious weeds shall be cut and • destroyed by the owner or occupant whether on the property or on the adjoining highway, between the dates named, to-wit: 2. Smooth 'Dock, Buckhorn, Wild Mustard, Quack Grass, Sour or Curled Dock, Canada Thistle, Horse Nettle, AVild iParsnip, Wild Carrot, Russian Thistle, and Sow Thistle between the 15th day of June and the 1st day of July, 1931, and between the loth day of July, 1931, and the 15th day of August, 1931. 3. Shoofly, Burdock, Cocklebur, AVIld Sunflower, A'elvet .Weed, between the 1st day of July, 1931, and the 15th day of August, 1931, and between the 15th day of August and the 15th day of September, 1931. 4. That If the owner or person In control of any real estate falls "Ho mow all weeds from the roadside as hereinbefore provided, or falls to cut, burn, or otherwise destroy all noxious weeds during the period hereinbefore set out, the trustees, council, commissioners, or board of supervisors, as the case may be, will cause the highway to be mowed and the noxious weeds to be cut and destroyed and. the expense of said mowing' or • destruction, Including costs of serving notice and other costs, if any, be taxed against the' land and the owners thereof. 6. The County Auditor be and is hereby directed to cause notice of the making and entering of the foregoing order to be published once in ench of the. official newspapers of the County. Ayes: All. Adopted this 7th day of April, 1931. Motion by McDonald and seconded Ijy Helken that 1st quarterly report of Clark Orton, Clerk of District Court is-hereby approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Funnemark that following refund's and abatements are hereby allowed; That taxes of Lloyd iGross on $313,0? taxable value bo transferred from Algona Independent Irvlnston to Inv ngton township for 1930 on account of beig erroneously taxed to wrong District by Assessor. That delinquent dog tax of $2.00 for 1030 of John Hang, Whlttemore township, be refunded on account of being erroneously entered by Assessor. That taxes on $614.00 taxable value for 1926, Algona Independent Irvington, be cancelled against J. L. 'Fnr- rell and entered against John Frank] Ayes: All. That Henry G. Relken. Burt, Iowa, be refunded taxes on Hi acres road on NE 1-4 12-90-29 for 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930 on account of not being properly credited. That'road poll tax of Roy Fan-ell for 1926, Irvington township, is hereby abated on account of being paid in AA'hlttemore township. That P. A. Holcomb Is hereby refunded taxes on two acres road on east line SW 1-4 Sec. 3-99-30 for 1926, 1927, 192S, 1929, and 1930 on account of not being properly credited. That assessment on Block 193 Call's Addition, Algonai for 1929 and 1930 be refunded or abated as the case may he on difference of assessment from $800.00- to $200.00 on account of being erroneously assessed to Mrs. Mary Zelgler. That Chas. McGlnnis be refunded the sum of $11.72 paving assessment Dlst. No. 1, Algona, for 1929 and 1930 on Lot 2, Block 128 Call's Addition to Algona on account of being erroneously taxed. That Charles Moenusson, owner oi Lot 1 of 'Government Lot 4, Lot 1 of Government Lot 5; Lot 2 of Government Lot 5; Lot 4 of Government Lot 4, and Lot 3 of Government Lot 4 be taxed as agricultural lands, and that all taxes for city purposes be cancelled except as to road and library tax for 1930 on account of being used for agricultural purposes. That L. C. Knutsen be refunded $4.00 road poll, Swea City Inc., for 1930, on account of having paid same to town clerk and erroneously charged, should be charged to Leo Knudsen. Ayes All. 'Motion by McDonald and secondec by Helken that report of Engineer filed Feb 18, 1931, and amended report filed April 7. 1931 is hereby approved and County Auditor instructed to notify landowners by publication fixing date of hearing on report on Dr. 84 at 2 p. m. May 20, 1931. Ayes Motion by Helken and seconded by McDonald that 1st quarterly report of L. E. Hovey, sheriff, Is hereby ap proved. Ayes: All. Motion by QPunnemark and seconded by Morria that final estimate of He! bert Severlens on T3r. 176 la hereby accepted and filing of maintenance bond is hereby waived. (See IBteeorcl tot Resolution), Ayes: All, Motion by McDonald and .aeconded by Helken that Chairman of 'Board Is hereby authorized to purchase 6,36 Railway Express Co., express.. Bertha JZ. Johnson, office exp. H. M. Smith, Co. Engineer parroll Bruns, bounty Senry ic. Nelson, assessor .. . *". J. iBalgeman, com. and session 203.70 AV. E. McDonald, com. and session' 4 230.10 Olaf Funnemark, com. and session 181.30 Ihas. (Morris, com. and session 268.50 -'. J. Helken, com. and. session 246.60 Wash Harris, assessor 180.25 Helen Harig, labor In Treas. office 9.00 J. A. Samson, assisting'sheriff 73.00 Mary K. Sands, work In Treas. office .. 81.00 Martha Harris, work in Clerk's office 18.00 Wm. Shirley, expense 113.29 \och Brothers, supplies 140.67 Messenger Printing Co, supplies 3.12 North Kossuth Record, supplies 26.00 'enton IBIeporter, supplies .. .. 6.75 Advance Publishing Co., pub. board proceedings 105.39 Kllpto Loofe Leaf Co., supplies 414.25 2.39 10.45 77 01 10.25 25.OT 2.00 223.22 18.40 13.00 20.10 plies .......................... ^.os ~.ee O. AVolfe, supplies ....... 1C>.20 Fldlar & Chambers Co., supplies ....................... 'erklns 'Bros. Co., supplies .... >ratt Paper Co., supplies .. .. . 'F. Towne, supplies ........ ktoe & Sjogren, supplies ... ... aggard '& 'Backus, supplies... oster's 'Furniture Store, supplies ....................... . V. E. Naudain. coal ......... 92.70 Wesley News-World, supplies. 10.00 laggard & Backus, supplies... 74.50, Metropolitan Supply Co., sup- Plies ........................ ( \merlcan Legion, EHagg Post No. 90, hall rent ............ W. H. Horan Electrical Co., supplies .................... Tigley Chemical Co., supplies. Nelson Hardware, supplies ... 7hurchi!l Mfg. Co.. supplies .. i. E. Hovey, sheriff ......... ~;e Roy 'Ricke, bounty ........ 'ete Sandt, bounty .......... iohn Frideres, board of health meeting .................... Henry Bormann, board of health meeting ............ fohn Bormann, board of health meeting, etc ......... '. H. Fraser, trustee meeting. 'eter Elbert, trustee meeting. ohn Kohlwes, trustee mtg. .. •Vlbere Potratz, trustee meeting ......................... ieo. AVInkel, trustee meeting. AV. F. Reimers, trustee meeting ......................... Henry Elscheid, trustee meet- acres gravel pit in SW 1-4 SE 1-1 Sec, 15-94-30 at $500.00 per acre from Joe Schallef. Ayes: All. , , Motion by Funnemark and secondefl by Morris that following open ditch right-of-way claims be allowed: H-K Jt. S— Lucy AVagner— No.Ac. SAV 1-4 NE 1-4 Sec. 34-9i-29 0.67 Mathlaa Zelmet— „ SW 1-1 SW 1-4 Sec. 35-91-29 J.38 NAV 1-4 SW 1-4 Sec. 35-94-29 1.21 Dr. 177— A. H. 'Hoffman and AV. E. Davy— NK 1-4 NAV 1-4 32-!»i-27 1.39 8W 1-4 NAV 1-4 32-95-27 0.42 SID 1-4 'NAV 1-4 32-95-27 <0.7G Dr. 177- A. H. Hoffman— NE 1-4 SE 1-4, N\V 1-4 SB 1-4 2995-27 1.69 3W 1-4 SB 1-4, SB 1-4 SS 1-4 2995-27 1.72 Domonlc Stuffllck— SB 1-4 SW 1-4 29-93-27 0.40 Dr. 80- ' Henry Gray— NW 1-4 aV9S-28 3.5 S AV1-4 NE 1-4 35-98-28 3.2 Ayes: All. On motion Board proceeded with Auditing and Allowing of Bills aa pel- Schedule of Claims hereinafter written: SCHHDULF; O'F CLAIMS. COUNTY FUND f, Amt, Allowed 43.8! 10.00 3. J. Backus, supplies ... 5. J. Backus, postage Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. service 72.35 Mty of Algona, light and water service 133.75 Oharlos' Clapsaddle, bounty ... 1.80 3. J. Backus, postage 10.00 1.30 21.23 300.00 1.30 100.00 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., sup- J. C. ,Baas. trustee meeting ... •lenry AVeber, trustee meeting . C. Mawdsley, trustee meet-- ing Chris F. Nielsen, trustee meeting -j. C. Cast, trustee meeting .'.'. Am. Meyer, trustee meeting.. . 'F. Gilmore, trustee meeting I.. 'F. Schultz, trustee meeting '. _R. Jensen, trustee meeting F. 'Engesser, trustee meeting . 'hester Robinson, trustee meeting '.. -larry .Sabln, trustee meeting! Geo. W. Brown,. trustee meeting M. N, Phllllns, trustee meeting . J. Anderson, quarantine sign Kossuth Co. Farm Bureau, appropriation J. H. AVarburton, duplicate warrant Bancroft Register, pub. Board proceedings '-. M. Merritt, coroner .'. '.'.." -hris Dalil, assessor Henry Fox, assessor . Andrew Elbert, assessor ... '.'.'. iv. H. 'Patterson, assessor .. . lenry Klepper, assessor D eter Selvig, assessor ... AV. P. A'aske. assessor ... John E. Smith, assessor . iVm. Runchey, assessor AA r . J. 'Bourne, assessor .. ^- E. Hovey, sheriff \ Seth B. Calry, supplies CQUiRT FUND ' R. K. Davidson, court reporter ... R. K, 'Davidson, court reporter \j. E. Hovey, sheriff ... L. A. Winkel, J. P. fees .. "." AV. C. Danson, J. P. fees .... F. A. Newville, marshal ... . Walter H. Steward, marshal. ". AV. Green, marshal Jhris Asmussen, marshal E. L. Vincent,-Jury fees ... . Wm. Ricklefs, jury fees Henry Dearchs, jury fees J. A. Freeh, jury fees Alfred Norman, jury fees .. .. AVm. Slgsbee, jury fees Mrs. L. E. Hovey, witness fees Glen Shay, witness fees Mrs. J. AA r . Cassel, witness fees Mrs. Glen Shaver, witness fees , Stanley Cassel, witness fees .. Bud Cassel, witness fees Thomas Forberger, witness fees- , Guy Bruns, witness fees John Rippentrop, witness fees AVilllam Peterson, witness fees Alfred Oesterreicher, witness fees H. C. Allts, witness fees Dean Andrews, witness fees .. Clark Orton. clerk's fees AV. B. Quarton, attorney fees. Rose Haverly, dup. warrant .. DOMESTIC A'NIMAL FUND E. H. Beardsley, listing doss. AV. H. Patterson, listing dogs. Henry Klepper, listing dogs .. O. AA r . Berggren, listing dogs.. L. A, Barslou, listing dogs A. L. Bosworth, listing dogs. S. A. iButcher, listing dogs ... J. P. Cunningham, listing dogs John Dempsey, listing dogs ... D. C. Ellis, listing dogs J. N. Ludwlg, listing dogs Leon AVorden, listing dogs Fred C. AA'egener, listing dogs, A. J. Seller, listing doss .. .. Paul Selberg, listing dogs .. D. F. Schwletert, listing dogs. W. P. A'aske, listing dogs .... Herman Ubben, listing dogs J. E. Smith, listing dogs .. " Eleanor Potter, listing dogs Henry C. Nelson, listing dogs. (H, L. McEnroe, listing dogs Thos. IHawcott, listing dogs ... L. A. Johnson, listing dogs ... 33.43 1.E9 1G.35 161.00 .SO 1.90 4,09 11.00 12.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 400 8.60 4.00 4.00 4.00 4 on 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.60 1230.00 6.00 .18.71 9.45 IRH.W 14750 17850 154.00 177.75 150.75 150.00 147.00 145..ti 12.75 170.'70 175.00 24.50 .12.25 202.25 75.25 24.50 5.15 33.75 .95 7.75 1.00 1.00 l.CO 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .SO .50 .60 .50 .50 2 ''0 270 2.70 2.70 2.70 2.70 2.00 18.50 10.00 7.30 13.00 10.40 9.90 5.40 7.20 8.20 8.35 2.00 1.60 1.90 8.40 1.70 9.70 9.70 5.10 9.40 6.60 12.70 9.60 9.GO 10.50 7.00 10.30 G.60 I A. Gerries, listing dogs .... 2.10 R E. Goddard, listing dogs ... I.™ Andrew Elbert, listing dog's .. 0.60 Frank AV. .Elbert, listing dogs. 2.10 AV. J. 'Bourne, listing dogs .... 10.60 C. M. Erlcks.on, Hating dogs . i.sw Peter Selvig, listing dogs .. .. (.70 iQlen Sharp, listing dogs -™ AVm. Runchey, listing dogs ... 7.oO H. F. Gutknecht, listing dogs. 1.50 Ray E. Hanson, listing dogs.. 9.20 Chas. Hans, listing dogs 4.SO John E. Kell. listing dogs ..... 1-™ T. B. RRAIDICATIO'N 'FUND IR c. Ball, vet. service 38.00 T,. W. Fox, vet. service 81.84 H E AVoodwnrd. vet. service. 50.56 POOR FIUND Mrs. Eric Anderson, care of sick, clmd. $27.00 not allowed Kossuth Hospital, med. aid; clmd $10.00 not allowed St. Farm Mutual Auto Ins. Co., Insurance 7.87 Elinor T. Sutton. transp 15.00 Northwestern Boll Tel. Co., tel. serv 18.01 Kllnor T, Rutton, trnnsp 8.;X) 7£llnor T. Button, trnnsp 8.00 Elinor T. Sutton, transp. ..... 20.00 Elinor T. Sutton, trnnsp 25.00 Elinor T. Sutton. transp. ... '.. 25.00 Algona Co-op Cry. Co., provisions 12.25 Merrill Bros., provisions 30.00 O. A. Sharp, provisions 23.91 E. Boyd, provisions 35.18 Smith Dept. Store, provisions. 20.00 E. L. Hansen, provisions 15.48 W. T. Trnlncr, provisions ..... 9.flO R. A. Clark, provisions 51.87 J. Bruer, provisions ,10.56 Moe & Spogren, provisions .... 62.45 E. A. Hansen, provisions . 23.54 J. B. Erpeldlng, provisions;' clmd. $36.64; allowed 29.12 Jos. F. Menke, provisions .... 6.20 Wm, -B. Devlne, provisions .... 9.15 Ernest L. Phillips, provisions. 15.00 MdFarland '& AValker, provisions 20.00 A. AV. Jurgens, provisions 4.65 Hood's Cash Store, provisions. 49.77 Benedict, Store, provisions .... 15.01 Garfleld Erlckson, provisions . 3/10 O. S. Pehrson, provisions 23.37 •Handy Store, provisions 10.10 Kennedy Brothers Co., provisions 30.48 Paul Grames, provisions 10.00 Thaves Sisters, provisions .... 15.00 A. A. -Droessler, provisions ... 14.02 Nelson Mercantile Co., provisions 21.32 lHattle Lichliter, provisions ... 9.30 Edwin W. Lusby. provisions... 4,90 TIce Brack, provisions 54,63 Herman AVise, provisions 77.74 Ellis Runchey, provisions .. •.. 48,9-1 Alma Armstrong, provisions... 6.20 H. M. Notestlne, rent 10.00 Floyd 0. Pasley, light serv. .. 3.30 A. E. Pnsley, rent 15.00 Mrs. John Spllles, rent 24.00 Rhoba Gaylor, rent 10.00 E. Ross, rent 12.00 ~\ G. Dourte, rent 10.00 !. K. Burtls. rent 15.00 Victor Johnson, rent 36.00 3. R. AVorley, rent 24.00 Mary A. Froehle, rent 8.00 C. H. Schrader, rent 40.00 W, L. Fox, rent 20.00 Carl Krebs, rent " 24.00 \rt Lester, rent 30.00 Burt Farmers Exchange, coal. 18.60 ~red Anderson, coal 28.00 . S. Norton •& Son, coal 44.00 W. E. Naudain, coal 3S.GO 3otsford Lumber Co., coal .... 9.90 Dr. .R. L. Williams, med. aid. 101.00 . A. Devlne, med aid 257.25 R. L. 'Corbin, med. aid 13.25 Ceneflck & Crawford, med. aid 9.37 R. M. Wallace, mefl. aid 123.38 A. D. Adams, dental aid 30.00 '. G. Baker, dental aid 7.00 Cossuth Hospital, med. aid .. 625.CO \lgona Hospital, med. aid 14.00 Mrs. Lloyd Stebblns, nursing.. 4.00 •leryl Norton, nursing 40.00 !t. Joseph Mercy Hospital, hospital care 11.90 C. B. Chipman, funeral exp. .. 77.00 Elinor T. Sutton, office exp.... 13.09 vohlhaas Bros. 'Garage, supplies 12.54 George AVollenhaupt, lodging etc 4.00 'Idella Stuflick, care ... ...... 17.: T 0 State's Cafe, meals .90 j. E. Hovey. adv. transp 3.78 Tvohlhaas Hdw., supplies .. .. 9.15 Ugona Rendering Works, supplies ai.jjo toward Strayer, labor 50.00 *. A. Clark, supplies 23.12 Nelson Hdw., supplies 790 A. K. Cliff, supplies 2.30 G. CF. Town'e, supplies and labor 13,01 Sotsford Lumber Co., supplies 4.90 I'hos. Akre, provisions 14G.63 Dllnor T. Sutton, services .. .. 10.18 T A. Hansen, supplies 30.85 ROAD CONSTRUCTION FUND Hilton MdFadden, rodman .... 2SOO Northwestern Mut. Life Ins. Co., releasing mortgage .. .. SOOO.'OO 3on T. Nugent, .nssrt. engineer 175.00 3. F. Chambers, road meeting 8.60 3eth B. Calry, pub. notice .... 7055 M. T. - McGuire, removing stumps 134 SO owa Culvert & Pipe Co., supplies 129LG2 !\ S. Norton & Son, supplies.. .65 Ceuffei ,& Esser Co., supplies. 70.00 Slbert Garage, storage 2000 Wm. T. Gerdes. supplies S.'57 ROAD MAINTENANCE FUND Fort Dodge Steel & Foundry Co., supplies; clmd. $15.50..not nll'd C. & N. AV. R'y Co., frt .90 Acme Body Mfg. Co., supplies llfl'OI C. M. St. P. & P. IRI'y, frt u',24 -ity of Algona, light serv 39.9S Matt Murthn, tractor 1030.00 H. N. Kruse, dr. taxes on HT K. 5-S7 ,.,. 64291 -lancock Co, Treas., taxes .... 7079 Railway Express Agency, express 2.62 3arton-AVarnor Co., supplies... 197a!oo Harold Cm-ran, hauling grav- "1 ••• • not allowed ter Movick, patrolman .. .. 96 SO Relnder Kromminga, patrolman 10000 MIMEOGRAPHING —14-oin not i,. Ing three or (our years back we have built tip a good sideline _ mimeographing. In fact the printers In the back shop are a littto Jealous, because we do euch work and quicker than they can print the lame job. The printers have automatic press, but our mimeo- Braphing machine rust* circlet hound U tor speed. Bee our office girl for mimeographed circular letter* and post or postal card* of all ,—Advanot, Haiis W. Nielsen, patrolman... 69.00 Oscar Earing, patrolman .. ;^ 126.00 Will Leeper, patrolman .., . . 43.20 J. IF. iQulnhi patrolman 84.00 Alton Petttt, pntfolman 75.«» John Phillips, patrolman' 120.40 John 8. Nelson, patrolman .... 100.00 John Hanselmari, patrolman... 130.00 Clem Goodman, patrolman .... 104.00 S. D. MdDonnld, patrolman ... 100.00 Tom AVelr, pfttrolmnn 104.00 Wilbur A. Fisher, patrolman.. 96.00 Elmer Ewlng, patrolman .. .. 114.75 AVm Ludwlg, patrolman .. ... 104.CO Edward iFuchsen, patrolman .. 104.00 C. A. Lamoreux, patrolman .. 125.00 J. H. Montgomery, patrolman. 81.60 Albert) Kressln, dragging 11,25 Randolph Johnson, dragging.. 4.49 John Rodmaker, dragging 15,75 Jny Godden, dragging 1 14.25 Fred Butterfleld, dragging .... 9.00 Raymond Barslou, dragging .. 4.67 Ole M. Ravn, ragging 11.26 Albert 'Fritz, dragging 8.25 Loren Bycrs, dragging ... ..... 35.25 Hnnry 'F. Hofbauer, dragging. 3.75 Albert AVIttkopf, dragging ..,. 16.50 E. R. Intermlll, dragging •.. .. 8.25 Clarence 'Green, dragging .. .. 12.10 Peter N. Thllges, dragging .... 16.20 AV. P. Vnske, dragging ... .... 10.51 Paul Zlelske, dragging 8.25 Arthur R. 'Zlelske, dragging .. 17.25 W. H. Qrover, dragging ... ... 14.00 Rloy Bane, dragging 4.00 Louis Scott, dragging 4.50 Mnynartl Sohn, dragging 12.75 S. P. Powers, dragging 2.25 Ubbe Winter, dragging ... .... 13.20 Advance Pub. Co., pub. notices 2.55 Central States 'Elec, Co., light service ... 1.70 AV. H. Horan Elec: Co., supplies 6.90 J. A. Roberts, bridge KO.SO F. D. Ryther, labor 327.20 T. P. Harrington, furnace Maurice E. Kell, supplies . Joohn A,. Erlckson, labor . AVm. Blpmster, labor ... ;. Harley Haynes, labor tlbbe AVinter, labor ... ... AVatson '& Shlpler, labor Benedict Kjlseh, labor Edward Hagge, labor Pearly C. 'Haynes, labor Carl Johnson, labor Dwlght 'Graham, labor Gus 'Rlchter, labor ... . George AVelg, labor H. M. Hansen, labor ... Hennle Leech, labor Dan Taylor, labor Oliver Young, labor M. T. MdQuire, labor Amelia Koppen, storage tractor ............ ........ George Holtzbauer, supplies .. Farmers Elevator Co., supplies Royal Lumber Co., supplies 22.50 285.00 31.35 31.25 22.75 6.00 S.'40 12.95 16.38 36.75 .88 17.EO 21.00 15.75 8.75 14.00 14.00 M.09 47.26 30.00 10.93 9.50 . 4.16 Fay Mlnard, supplies ......... 28.00 BUSINESS"! of P.'S. Norton & Son, coal .... 5.80 O. P. McDonald Co., coal .. .. 21.95 AV. E. Naudain, coal 11.35 Northern Lumber Co., supplies 5.15 Botsford Lumber Co., supplies 43.30 T?rank Flaig, supplies 17.60 Elbert Garage, supplies 77.65 Wesley Auto Co:, supplies 44.00 Wm. Meyers, supplies 4.00 Lease & Lease, supplies 17.80 Joe Greenberg, supplies 40.68 Algona Insurance Agency, fire ex, refills : 2.15 Clapp's Master Service, supplies '. 4,75 B. A. Thorpe, supplies 6.60 Lu Verne Auto & Mach 'Co., supplies 65.00 Wheeler Lumber Bridge & Sup. Co., supplies ..... 55.00 Edwin AV. Lusby, supplies .... 2.53 Hovey & 'Pehrson, supplies — 13.35 Kohlhuas Hdw., supplies 30-81 F. L. Fleming, supplies 1.29 C. S. Johnson, supplies ....... 6.60 Gibbs-Cook Tractor & Etiulp Co., supplies 127.02 Barton-AVarner Co., supplies . 40.28 J. D. Adams Co., supplies .. . 3357.75 "Wood Hydraulic Hoist & Body Co, supplies 24.18 Leighton Supply Co., supplies. 4.9S Economy AVelding Works, supplies 97.73 Globe Machinery & Supply Co., supplies 41.05 SarKent Tile Ditcher Co., supplies 88.80 Sleg J Fort Dodge Co., supplies. 413.22 Shell Petroleum Corp. supplies 7.25' Simmer Oil Corp., oil 2G.GO Peerless Oil Co., gas and oil.. 441.07 Standard Oil Co., gas and oil. 6.60 Thos. Berg, gas and oil 8.25 Phillip Petroleum Co., gas and oil 6S.15 Standard Oil Co., gas and oil. 4.95 'Pennsylvania Petroleum Co., oil 14.G9 Dr. 2— Lafe Simmons, cleaning tile. 2G.OO, Dr. 9— Set)] Calry, pub. notice 11.70 Dr. 69— A. E. Michel, engineer 187.00 F. H. Lathrop, rodman .. .. 71.75 Keuffel & Esser Co., sup- D/r U ' 51 A. E. Michel, engineer 17.00 Dr. 99— A. E. Michel, engineer 28.00 F. H. Lathrop, rodman .. .. 2.03 Dr. 177— Keuffel & Esser Co., sup- Pljes^ 12.00 Kell >& Halverson, estimate No. 3 725 14 Humboldt Gravel & Tile Co , estimate No. 4 6&4.06 A. E, Michel, engineer 7JOO F. H. Lathrop, rodman .. .. 6.13 Advance Pub. Co., pub. no- E-K No.'j— "' 3 A. E. Michel, engineer 1400 RESOLVED: That the County Auditor is hereby ordered and directed to issue warrants for all bills allowed at this meeting as shown by the "Schedule of Claims" hereinbefore written as per vote on each individual bill Ayos: All. On motion Board adjourned to 1:30 p. m. April 14, 1931. BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. NOTICE OF HEAHING OX ESTABLISHMENT OF PKOPOSED SEC- ONDA11Y nOAl) BISTH1CT NO. 128 Notice Is hereby given that there has been filed in the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, a petition for the e-taWtahm^n? of a district for surfacing the following described secondary road- Beginning at the southwest corner of Section 30, Union Said road to be surfaced with gravel. Said district to include the following real estate- Owner— Description sec Chas. Geilenfeld, SBV4 - , 9 Aetna Life Ins. Co., SAV% ,9 George and AVilliam Rich, SE% II"! an R. C. and D. B. Sayers, SAV% 30 George and AVilliam Rich, N% ex. Son" ~" 31 A. R. Cruikshank, NAV% ~~ 82 Oeila, Hazel L. and Harley S. Ti-outman~~NE% 32 „„ ,, r£«i£™« sa^JK'swa *S^£ %££**££££% ^S"™ " *™ *"—« Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 6th day of April, 1931. BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor Twp. 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 Range 29 23 29 29 29 29 29 Entered ns 5 December 31, i S08 '• Jenva, 3o JfHvKF 3. Quarton Law Offi. ™«n M , Offlce °;«* ;'• L - . Attorney.,,..,. I ^ssSiS=~l^"^-="- and be surfaced with gravel Owner- t0 ^l^ t f°»° w W real eatate: 1^-ta B. Krantz, NE* S? B% NE% NWyf^' Ellas M. Sparks, S'/ 2 SEKrNE%"sE%""" 11 Ole and Harvey K. .Tnhr>= n « „_ * „ , ~~~~~ L1 eoples' Savings ; NAV% NE%-11- Nora S. and Elizabeth iTKdn7iJf%~ s'wiT" n Nora S. and Elizabeth E. Kaln NAV% il John Kaln, SAVy 4 ; NWtf SE« ' "" Frank Bestenlehner, NE%; NE^'s'sy" Drager, S% SE%III"Hx4 Twp. Range Chaa. B. Albright, SAV% exTscb":":; ............. \\ John Cruikshank, NWH ---- •— 10 John Kain, NE% ____ .......................... 2 2 Louise Young, NW*" ............... """ ......... 22 lj ""'~"~ Frances B. P. m. on the 29th day of therein ^ay appear and j Dated at .^ona, J 0wa , ti. •££ v,,' Iovy - a *** &U 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 98 96 1:? •28 28 28 2 , 1831. BERTHA j VAN NESS Lawyers ,. --' Iowa Sti 'hone 213-W. , ——— _ 3. D. Shumwny hone 58. Attornej-. a t.i H Office In Qmnby Bl] | 1( Phone 180. *. J. Kenefick Bi "g'j Physicians and s'ut w MHces: Algona Hospital;™J Residence Phones; «... Physlolan and Surstoi Office in John Galbraltbi nones: Office 310, WAI/TEIl _....„ Physician and Surgwl Mice in Quinby B%, n| Phone No. 12. 1 • . IT. D. jLiiujififlt steopnthlc Physician and) Eye, Ear, Nose, and ' X-ray. i fflce over Hub Recreation j hones: Office, 187; resld P. V. JA3iSE,lU| Physician and Son Office on South honea: Office, 66G; res! Algona, Iowa. CHIROPRACT01 DK. J{. J. THISSEII Palmer Graduate Chin. 'hirteen year's successful j Office over State's ( VETERINARY L. AV. FOX A'eterinarlan AVeet State Street, . J hones: Office 475-W., raj IUILDING CONIRU COAVAX & SOX General Contractor! I Estimates Furnlshei | : Business, 639-J; ; GEOltGK L. MIL1III General Contractor, f Estimates furnished.-1 10 S. Doilgp, Algona, la. I MACHINISTS NORTON aaCHIXE WOI Machinists and Wefts 'ervlce stock on Piston ! and Bearings. Vest of Courthouse. PRODUCE SWIFT & C05IPAfl| Cash Buyers. Poultry, Eggs, and ffl Matt Lamuth, Phone 264. INSURANCE KOSSUTH COCNTI ,. INSURANCE ASSOCU Over $15,000,000 worth o!« n force, tecure. A home compaWj J. 0. Pajcson, P* THE ALGONA IM AGENCV 0. B. la Barre Al M Reliable Ins. Serv»| phone 65- !lty Property Loans. Insurance. R 68 CUNNINGHAM * ^ 107 W. State St. JOE New and used Auto Tires and AceM Hides, Fur and Algona, low* MODBHKE 1'Iione 88, Frederick Vita-Tonic Finger AVaves and wi All other beauty All little chicks say: FOR GOOI SAKE "GLOBE" Starting *!j •has butterwilK ^ ^ oil In it! SOLD AT Akre

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