Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1932 · Page 11
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BUSINESS IBIRECTORY COUNT* ADVANCE *iy Newspaper Founded in 190) as Second-Class Matter 81- 19«8. # ^e Postofflc. na, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS ,. Quartan H. W. Mllle. * MILIEU Offices. Office 427, residence Jl4 Algona, Iowa. J. L. BONAR Attorney-at-Law Iowa State Bank Bldg, 1'phone 460-W. Algona, Iowa , McMAHOTf ft MNNAJ Fsulllvan S. E, McMaboi 1i. E. .Llnnan , Attorney s-at-Law. Office, 261; J. W. 8., J09 oK., 403. Algona, Iowa RWGTOK * DICKINSON i Harrington L. J. Dlckinsot Attorneys-at-Law Office,' 28; T. P. H., 44( NESS, G. w. STILLMA* Lawyers i over Iowa StSte Bank i 213-W. AJgona, Iow« iShumway B. D. Kellj HWnVAY * KELLY Attorneys-at-Law | Office In Qulnby Block 1 68 Algona, lowt A. WINKEL Atttorner-at-Law lOfflce tn Qulnby Building Phone 180 HIHAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law over Iowa State Bank. l 206. Algona, Iowa — — ~~ •*— ^— •— — — — ^— ••«— _^™___ P. A. DANSON Attorney- At-law Ice over Iowa State Bank Office, 460- J.; Res. 315 CLARKS DRIVE 1800 MILES TO FOOTBALL GAME Sees Navy Team Son p lay Against Notre Dame. naval football team ond son of Mr. and and was born at Al-i nav- the is the sec- Jfrs. Clark DOCTORS I JOHN N. KENEFICK and Snrgeon i over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 800 Res. phone 326; I G. H. CBETZMETBB |Physiclan and Surgeon i in John Galbralth Block Office, 310; rea., 444 Iow« _ P. T. JAJT8E, M. D. |Phf8lclan and Sarfeon son South Dodge Street Office, $66; residence, 88> • Algona, Iowa IAI/TEH FBASER, M. ». [Physician .and 'Surgeon s In Qulnby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 KELVIJf G. BOCRXE fnyslcinn and Surgeon 'Ice In Postofflce Block Office, 197; residence, 21 . D. ANDREWS, ». O. :hlc Physician and Surgeon ited In General Hospital. wa: Office 187, Reg. 688. flvn r- ' SUCh '" tho <">nvlctlon five Garner people who d Cleveland, O., last week to attend mvy-Notrc Damo football game. Raymond Bunkofsko and R OJ s»"«fSr:i;;'",s^,K,- frs.-i-r.S'i.ri left here Thursday evening. They arrived at Cleveland Friday 23 hours from the showed 707 m 7«. th<) SPe ° d0meto Bill Clark In Game. The football game was one objective; the other was to visit Bill Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark, playing left halfback for the Navy, Bill was in the starting lineup for the Navy, and he played the entire first half and most of the fourth quarter In a game that was a surprise to many followers of football, for the Notre Dame team had been doped to win easily. The game was played before 65,000 people in Cleveland's now stadium, which seats about 100,000. The stadium is located in th'e heart of Cleveland on the shore of Lake Erie. In Pink of Condition. Bill is a sophomore at the U. S. naval academy, Annapolis. As in his days in the Garner high school, he is much interested in football. He was captain of the Plebe team at the academy last year, and he has played about one-half of each varsity game this yoar. We expect he jvill -play a part of the-'game against the West Pointers In the annual ar- ALGONA, IOWA, DECEMBER 8, 1932 SHERIFF-ELECT 14 Pages WHAT RED GROSS HELP HAS DONE IN THIS COUNTY The annual Red direction o£ concluded recently, , s hoped that when results ave been collected It will be found tha? an d it have generously than in preceding years. During the last two assistance from the Red Cross n caring for the poor. Number 13 A year ago last spring the first shipment O f Farm Board flour was sent here and used supply needy femllle. Farm Board whea to help with foo ™ was was n, ™ T this fall. In addition the local county organization is distributing cloth JAIL HOUSE BOOZE BURGLARS NABBED BY EMMET SHERIFF Last April the Emmet county sheriff siezcd 189 gallons of alcohol in the possession of a man named Jackson. To make sure of evidence the sheriff deposited six gallons elsewhere and locked the remaining 1S3 gallons in a basement vault in the courthouse. This vault has a steel door with a combination. On the morning of May 27 a sensation arose when it was discovered I' 1 H Slagflo ______ , . -,„ Clms Kamus ____ T- 2~ 7 " R ilo — • : 5 Prank P J H Palmer IIIIIIII J" J H PiUmer - ?}? H Palmer & Fran"k"st7brTtz"I a - 3 217 • 7 - 8 217 5 223 1920 1931 1U31 1931 1931 19S1 1931 1931 JaroldiUurton& James & Gilbride Hattlo B Kuhn 49.SB 08.20 94.53 59.50. 40.48 '30.00 105.18 10.39 9.48 9.48 4.01 4.02 31.90 39.37 1931 63.80 3, 1931 1931 1931 16.45 4.2U 7.00 3.92 2.79 2.11 B.31 .62 .57 .57 .2.1 .24 .96 .18 83 1.20 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 67.M. U2.St! 101.93 63-82 49.6T 33.41. 111.89 11.41. 10.46, 10.4E 4.65 4.66 33.29 40.9S Genrlch ei loTss"- C & ° Alice D Laird W <« "7 231 John iBaumiin -_ ~~_~_"_7_"_£ !% Otto Falkenhalncr 1£ i°°i ° T'ly'oi- ::::::_'- a " d to ma ny . especially where there are children. 'Flour distributing in the eounty has far totaled 2700 48-lb. sacks ' has Red i-KKi n»mjr The has contributed milk to ° children. many transients considered delving been .furnished with 25c meals I B, A. EVANS, M. D. Borchardt Drug. Store (i! Hesidence 312, office 300. Algona, Iowa. ~ DENTISTS H. H. OLSON Dentist. I novocaine used for 1 over Chrlstensen. Store. ! Business 166, residence 47* Algona, Iowa . FORECLOSED LANDS PAY HEAVY TAXES A total of $109,107 has so far this rear been paid in taxes on Kosstith and owned by insurance and other oan companies, according to County Treasurer Kruse. The largest eum vas paid on land in Harrison town- hip. Eagle township was next/and 'ortiand third. By townships the mounts were: , Jarrlson $18,159 Eagle 8i9 o 6 Portland 8 , 318 Gra "t -. • 7612 .. ._ _ tiiw Cll ,,, uill ,„. uffalo .„..; 1__ 7374 my-navy game, which will be play-I T Y e . sley : 2540 street and widely known veteran to move to eel this year at Philadelphia December 3. We might add that Bill appeared in the pink of condition Saturday, which is usually true of the young men at the academy, because of their regular hours, proper food, Union ... .......... ___ _______ 2792 Swea — ...... - ------ — ..... 6731 Springfield __________________ 0131 Seneca ---------------------- 5520 Prairie . ...... ^___ --------- __ 4195 Ledyard _ 3665 German _ _ ^355 etc. Bill had lost some 15 pounds |^ U -Y^" 6 ' 2882 sinr-a !,„ i,. ot , r .^ !,„.„„ !„ A 1 irainekl 2725 'TWE ADVANCE is receiving a •*• good many notices for free publication concerning church events, school socials, and other gatherings the object of which is to make money. Prices are usually stated, and sometimes menus are given. The Advance Is willing to give ordinary news mention to such things, In its own way, without charge, but feels that where anything beyond that is wanted the advertising columns should be used at regular rates. Advertising is a newspaper's stock- In trade, and people promoting such events should not ask free service but should pay for it the same as they pay for other things required. Mention of •prices, menus, and. other details not necessary -to give the ordinary news in such cases is therefore omitted from free notices in the Advance. This applies to correspondence as well as to news elsewhere in the' paper. cln, - articles of clothing have been distributed or In transit. The total allocation to thi county follows: Nine dozen women's hose; 9 doze men s hose; 5 dozen children's hose one dozen infant's hose; 3 doze women's bloomers; one dozen worn ens union suits; 7 dozen men's un ion su Jts; 3 dozen chl]dren , s M to, one dozen Infant's under shirts; five dozen men's trousers' dozen men's overalls; one do wens Jumpers; one dozen boys knickersr one dozen boys' overalls liquor stolen. Though public notice of the incident died clown, officers kept on the hunt, with the result that it was announced a week ago that four men had been arrested and had confessed the theft. O'Neil and Wm. , Graettinger, and Clarence Freed and Roy Lowman, both of Estherville. •It appeared from the- confessions that Freed learned the combination on the vault door when it was called They were Ed H. Nock, both of _ft Wm Aman Aman I 50 John Wcllendorf W 13 it W Ya(4-er Mary V Dunn~L"L™~_,_,™ C L McFarland W '* Lauru J Burtls ~ Becker I-IIIIUlI —1 4 11 12 11 Frank CALL'S Christopher ADD ~ Jerg-enson _. 2 down from upstairs while Freed was in toilet. to an officer the 'basement and one dozen children's play suits AH or these articles came from the itlonal organization of the Red 'OSS. "In addition local chapter, funds in each community have been used to alleviate suffering in winter. One- half of all money collected tor the ««J Cross always remains In the county for local needs. The rest goes to the national organization. Family memberships have been especially popular this year, because out of each family contribution only 50o goes away. Thus a family of •three paying $3 provides $2.50 for local use. • In some cases citizens away from home when calls were made have been missed, but they can enroll by calling Doctor Olson or Dr M G Bourne, Algona, or their local Red Cross representative. I" W. POX '.. B. WINKEL Veterinarian* State Street, Algona 475-W.; rea. 475-B fgg_jONTBACTOBS COWAN * SON l Contractors ,,.^ Uma '?8Purnfahed J3D-J; rea., It Phone MUTUAL A £- worth -of ,._ a _nome conlpany. Safe Secretary Farm St - 4 LACT Algona, low* 'Pthe Flu SWINE Treats 75 Hogs ; UJSBY'S Transfer load since he was at home in August, but he said he was In just as good condition now as when he worked on the Garner section or pitched bundles In a threshing ring east of Gainer. We mention these things because many old friends of Bill's ** have asked since they learned we had just been to see him. The Trip (o Cleveland. We enjoyed the trip to Cleveland. It was a long, bard trip in euch a short time, but to make It at all It was necesary to do so with as little time lost from business as possible. We figured that we could always work, tout that we couldn't always have the opportunity of see- Ing our boy In a 'big football game. We consider that we were well paid for going, and we know Bill was happy to see every one of us. We left Thursday evening, 5 o'clock, going by way of Charles City, Oelwein, Dubuaup, Elgin, Jollet, Valparaiso, and South Bend, thence to Toledo, Ohio, and Cleveland. As many of our readers know, the road is paved all the way, but from around South Bend to Toledo the roads were bad. There had been a heavy fall of snow, and the snow had not been removed from the j highway as it should have been. 23 Hours of Travel. Massive freight trucks had been j over the road, and the snow was •packed, and as slippery as though there had been a bad sleet-storm. Trucks were In the ditches or crosswise of the road, and for a distance of 150 miles, 20 miles an hour was as good as we could make. We readied Cleveland shortly after 5 o'clock, 23 hours of travel time, allowing for change of time. We saw Bill a minute that evening, but not till after the game Saturday did we have a chance to visit with him. Saturday, immediately after our return to the hotel, we met him, had dinner with him, and stayed with him till his train left for Annapolis at 10. Home T'a Chicago. We then started for home, but on the way, instead of avoiding Chicago, we came through Chicago. At noon Sunday when traffic la about the lightest of any time of the week, there is no difficulty for the average country to cross the city. We followed highway No. 20 from Cleveland till we reached Independence. Various things claimed attention along the route. One of the first, and one that was important at this time, was the absence of snow fenc- „. outside Iowa. Only for a short distance In Illinois did we see snow fences, and there were none in Indiana' or Ohio. Neither were the roaas as well marked as they are in No' place after you leave Hancock county do you see as well improved farms as you do here at home. And we do- not believe we think this Just •because we live in Hancock either. Eggs for Tickets, The Avery theater, Garner '^^1 ; 8 dpj»n eggs in exchange for admissions. Ramsey ................ _____ 244-7 RJverdale ____ . ______________ 2442 Fenton ---------------------- 21S9 Lincoln --------------------- 2069 Sherman ____________________ 1872 Greenwood __________________ i$ll Burt ................... _____ 1-804 Hebron , --------------------- 1525 Plum Creek .............. ____ 1515 Lotts Creek ------------------ 1199 Cresco ---------------------- 1128 Irvington ------------------- 1115 Whlttemore ----------------- 667 MIMEOGRAPHING — I-rom notl/ Ing three or four yearn back we have built up a Rood sideline 'D mimeographing. In fact the printers In the back ehon are a llttlt Jealous, because we do such work and quicker than ».hey can print th* lame Job. The printers have an automatic press, but our mlm»r> graphing machine runs clrclei around It for speed. See our office girl for mimeographed circular letters and post or postal cards of all kinds.—Advanro. • What really woke Leo J. Wegman r' * faCt that h6 h£ld been elected treasurer o f state was the receipt within a week of 2,000 applications for jobs. CAUBOX PAPER AT THE ADVANCE 'Freed secured the help of the other three men, and they chase a dark rainy night for the theft. A truck was backed up to a basement window, and the liquor was hoisted through the window and carried away. 'Lowman bought out the rest by giving them $100 each and a supply of alcohol. How the men were tracked down has not been given out. State Agent "HI" Yackey is credited with solution of the crime. Frank Becker _I™~ CALL'S SOUTH ADD~ MHO Jones __ i •> •! A Mary J Vfa.rA ..."~ ---- ^'^ Laura Erdnmn et al ___ Z~~sIT Laura Erdman et al ____ ~u * CALL'S PARK ADD. Amelia ADD. Koons ADD. 153.13 25.06 70.18 136.72 18.77 75.19 G&.36 67.81 03.80 56.96 1931 .13C.72 1931 159.50 1931 1931 1U31 1931 19S1 1931 1931 193.1 3931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 - 21 2 1931 . W J Becker -------- ex N 98 ft 20.25 5.G5 28.62 45.57 37.19 2.28 1.4G 1.46 30.08 08.36 26.25 2.00 2.91 9.19 .75 4.21 6.20 .56 2.25 4.10 4.67 1.91 0.20 9.57 .79 .34 1.72 2.73 2.23 .07 .09 .09 1.80 4.10 .79 .06 .OS •40 68.•» 162.71 26.21 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 74.79 143.32 10.73 77.84- 72.8C 72.88 66.lt •40 59.or 143. 3Z 169. 4T .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 27.44 48.70 39.82 2.75 1.95 1.95 32.2g 72.86 27.44 2.46 3.39 An amusing circumstance was the fact that after he had paid off his co-conspirators, Lowman discovered that a number of cans were filled with water. It appeared that someone else, had had access to the vault Before the theft by the quartet. Lowman did not know of the substitution till he was told by indignant customers. .. Llxxto Nugent ------ ox ~S 7 y,~H lo 1, aa o Nugrent ------ ex S 7% ft 10 L zzie Nugrent ------ ex S 7U It 10 A Clark _ _ " 11 Alonao _ A W Sl&sbee __ RESERVATION NO~~~2 Hoso Householder 2 John Van Deest _™i_ r | .^rot 7 STACY'S ADD* "** ° f * ? rdS M David W Hasz , Daviu W Hasz 1 Jens Knutson _ ~i ,. CALL'S STATE ST". ADD. " 1931 1931 1931 1930 1929 19311931 1 1931 1 1931 1931 1930 1931 O B Kuhn 1NB OP OUR BEST SIDELINES ' Is mimeographing. This Is the reproduction of typewriting: on paper or cards. You would be surprised to know how much of this work we do. We mimeograph bulletins, etters, cards, etc., and the cost Is much less than printing. Suppose ou want to send out a circular let-' er, a notice of any kind, or a card. We mimeograph the Job for you In a ew minutes, and the work cannot •>e told", from individual typewriting. Lnd you can sigh your name to the nimeograph stencil if you desire, nd the signature will then appear n every sheet.—Advance. 25tf CALL'S AVE. 'ADD".' Hugrh McMahon _ Alice D Laird _ Jjg~4 rds Hugh, McMahon S^ ex S 32.6 ft Hush McMalion"s~%~ex~sT2,~6"it J C Smith "III II™ Ben Sorenson 3 - 4 238 1931 4 240 1931 2 240 4 240 4 240 8 240 9 240 3 243 3 243 2 245 1931 1931 1930 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 ll M. Bullis Lot 4 .. irng 29) _ Hulda T Genrich E% Lot NE*4 SEtt (i-ng 29) A Vanderlinden Lot 18 N^ „ SEW (rng 29) 2 Oscar Kohhves Lc.t "!lT~NEli SEW (rng- 2'J) o W J Slgsboe Pers & E (iO~ft S , 95 2 95 95 1931 1931 41.01 41.01 79.CO 85.08 20.17 66.91 27.34 40.24 28,59 14.22 15,19 • 22 ,- 78 123.05 17.43 13.67 18.26 21.32 45.57 11.39 4.19 4.56 97.93 19.14 33.46 42.11 1.23 1.23 4.78 15.31 5.44 4.01 .82 3.37 2.39 .85 2.73 .68 .40 .40 .40 .80 .20 .40 .40 42.64 42.64 84.84 101.19 2C.8J. 71.32 28.sc 7.38 1.28 .82 1.41 4.17 2.73 .34 .25 .27 7.31 .57 1.00 2.53 77.47 4.65 .40 .40 .40 .80 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .80 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 44.01 29.38 16.47 18.72 23.«& 130.83 19.11 14. St 20.»r 28.29' 48.7ft 12.1» 4.84 5.2jt 1*5. «4, 20.11 34.85 4S.04 82.52 1!I31 85.26 5.13 •40 90.79 better WANT ADS rooms BEAD THE WANT-ADS •M* i Hurry Up! Only two weeks left to buy Christmas presents. Christmas time should be the happiest season of the year. This year people that have good health and plenty to eat should be satisfied. Those that are not so lucky will have to be provided for. If you want to be happy you have to first make somebody else happy. This year there is plenty of opportunity to help make people happy. We are doing our part by cutting prices on things that people must have. Fr.om now to Christmas we are making special prices on nearly everything in the store. Just unpacked 100 dozen silk neckties, all 50c and 75c ties, just to make people happy we are selling them for 2'5c. 60 dozen new neckscarfs, the $1.00 kind, now 45c. Christmas handkerchiefs, Ic each, 5c each, and lOc each. Men's fine dress shirts in individual gift boxes. Bedroom slippers for every member of the family, from 25c a pair up to 89c. Men's dress oxfords, genuine Goodyear welts, new and stylish, all sizes at $1.49, W. L. Douglas $4.50 oxfords will make anyone happy, at $2.98. Men's dress shoes, kid or kangaroo, light and easy, just the thing under overshoes, at $1.79. 300 pairs of H. and M. ladies' pumps and ties, up to the minute styles and plenty of wear, at $1.98. We have a store full of useful Christmas presents. Men's suits and overcoats, blazers, corduroy pants, hosiery, underwear, etc. All at prices as low as the times, and you know that is mighty low just now. Jimmie Neville's "The Shoe Man" Algona, la. DELINQUENT TAX LIST CFFICli ALGONA. IOWA n* TI-, • "" -"" """'• of 10 o i olont"A v '»/"' aaul " er m Algona, Kossuth ssnss i.R^ltSifSS^^ra.w taxes, delinquent special and previous years. interest ind costs for thTyear H. N. KRUSEj County Treasurer in and for .VAMES Part of r *° wn ' Sec - -.--._.,.. ,. t »**1U JU|Kossuth County, Iowa. Matilda Goetsch Clinton ^ Young '. N 72 ft i »_T j, •* ** '* jFt« Of M 1 /'{ •> Hattie B. Moulds i' o L- A Gronwall su i L. A Gronwall S/? i L. A Gronwall __ ™~- i S w *' L A Gronwall ~~~ " \ ^?/ o rY^~- T -G - w ioTtl et al 7 . g 1 Wilbur St John III \ Vohn Weber _ * Christ H -' 1 1931 52.50 3.15 rnlmer N ]/3 3 i.acy .. 1*01*8 & ** 3/8' 7 Anderson Bros _;—pers & E 2/3 7 Geo Grammaa ' i Jossia .13 Cotton _ i Frances Wernerson -IT'e'eo"?."! w m l e _v e «*' net et al —_~N 30 ft 5 H A Matson . VfV, R Anna Stewart et al S 5 rd? 8 Delia " " J Clyde Smith IIII M ,',3 S Geo Holtzbauer Iwg N 1/6 7 C G & Lola Dreesman 3 Laura E Beckley — ° O T ~ '3 4 7 7 7 7 7 8 11 11 11 IS 16 18 18 20 20 20 24 24 25 25 25 26 27 28 29 33 40 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931, 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 D H Goeders __, " I Guy R Mantor ___ I « O A Anderson __ ___ r__"_"_~"sw" l Luclnda Stull ______ _ SH 7 Lucinda Stull -------Anna g 44 48 Bohannon ___ Helen Koepke ________ " ------ g Clinton Youns ______ . "a C B Murtasrh _I ___ I II ------- 3 Isabel r>ahl _________ E"4_"?t 8 Willimine Dickinson _~.~... * Anna & Marie Shackelford __I__5 Elmer JKelley ---- p e rs & 7 - 8 g er t 'J Turner & Viola Ellison 6 ? ne h* «r?,'? rner & Vlola Ellison 6 John Williams ________ i John Williams _• ____ "~ 2 John Williams __ \ 'ohn Williams _____ "IIIII ------ 4 Myron M Hill ______ 3 Harvey & Ifatla Colenian IHIIIe J M Moore ____________ 5 _ £ C R La Barr. __________ 5 C a La iBarre ____ _ J L Mailoy --------- I~Pers &~3 City of Algrona, ____ __ | Hulda Genrich _______ W « r «"S RESERVATION NO. i Amie PeUKiiet et al _, N 4 rds 2 Hannah Raney EH N 5 rds 7 E A Barton NM Lot 5 Sub Div 4 Jesae Stoner __ __ — _ __ R Mary Thlasen ------ W "iTTds'Is CALL'S ADD. W " rdS " Eng-el L Stebbins ________ 1-2 Ensrel L Stebbins ___ _ ______ 3 . 4 B. Rosa _________ _, ____ B Anton ZJttrlcli ___ _____ _ ." H SJag-le _ ______ _ ____ ~ H Slajle _____ „ __ H ------- "' 1)3 55 56 •56 57 67 57 b8 58 63 G3 63 63 69 69 73 74 74 82 8-5 71 1 2 5 5 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 78.27 162.06 72.ft2 72.92 41.02 91.15 72.92 18.96 .91 .91 .91 .91 18.23 6.74 26.98 31.17 'J.ll 154.95 34.18 142.14 309.89 42.11 95.70 56.96 10.48 5.19 76 .'56 73.65 78.75 366.91 18.23 45.57 28.62 21.05 24.97 59.24 79.75 15,95 ' 39.37 45.67 21.05 63.96 141.27 31.62 40.11 38.28 40.28 14.31 29.66 2.00 2.00 4.56 18.23 3.65 3.65 31.53 77.83 100.26 36.46 12.39 40.29 43.40 £2.92 57.96 42.11 1.46 9.11 5.61 10.21. 4.. 38 4.38 2.46 5.47 38 1.14 .05 .05 .05 .05 1.09 .40 1.62 1.8-7 .55 9.30 1.02 8.5t 9.30 1.26 •5.74 1.71 .31 .15 4.59 4.42 4.72 22.03 1.09 1.37 .43 .63 1.50 3.55 2.39 .48 1.18 1.37 .03 4.39 8.47 .95 2.41 Costa .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .-10 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 ,40 .40 .40 .40 .-in .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .10 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 County Saving's Bun"k~sTsr.~G"7t °' N 281. G ft of lot 1 Gov lot B (rnsr 29) 2 County Savings Bank N~2~8~l.~6~ ~ti Lot 1 Gov lot 6 (rng: 29) 2 County Saving's Bank N 281.6 "ft of Jot 1 Gov lot 6 (rng- 29) 2 Wm Kuhn Lot 2 Gov lot 6 'rngr 29) 2 Eva Seifert W% Lot 7 Gov Iot~G (rner 2!)) 2 Emm Helberg B 4 rds "Tot ~7 Gov lot 8 (rng- 29) __ 2 Bert Van Trees E« lot 7 ~Gov lot 6 ex E 4 rd (rng 1 29) 2 M J Hutchison Lot 8 Gov lot 6 H A Meyers S 1 fds~~S%~13~8 rds Lot '5 NE^4NE^4' (rnfir 29) 2 Merlo Wellendorf Lot 1 ex NW 16 x 16 rds (rng- 29) u Alice M B Nolte Lot 3 SEW NEV< (rner 29) 11 Hans Sorenson WM Lot 5 (rng K | sagut ~hCo"s}rte"BTnk"B"8"rdi NE^4 1931 95 1931 95 95 95 95 1930 1929 1931 1931 1931 2.73 2.73 88.98 .16 .16 16.Oi •37.73 10.19 36.46 28.62 2.19 1.72 41.02 2.46 95 1931 95 19_1 95 95 95 95 1931 1931 1931 1931 14.40 42.67 23.88 22.78 43.01 63.80 S4.28 172,«7 77.70 77. TO 43.88 97. OS 77.70 20.50 1.36 1.36 1.3G 1.36 19.72 7.64 29.00 33.44 10.06 164.66 35.60 151.08 319.59 43.77 101.84 69107 g f P P H _ P H Slaple _~I_,I --- - --- • P H Slag:le Sts Bet slks Ti"0" H Sla^le Sts Bet 3B)te 120 5 1931 9.'57 18.23 9.84 5.47 13.30 35.07 37.16 37.26 200.06 213.00 20'. 17 91 91 91 98 120 120 H K 127 187 128 129 162 1931 1931 1931 1931 1931 1930 1929 1931 1930 1930 1931 21.34 Z0.« 8.37 17.99 It-01 .30 .21 .43 1.86 .06 .06 .27 1.09 .22 .22 .95 5.57 6.01 1.09 .37 1.21 3.91 5.66 4.43 1.26 .09 .55 .29 1.09 .69 .16 .80 2.90 7.62 12.06 13.7« 40.13 1.73 4.39 .61 .07 1,82 .40 .40 .40 .40 • 40 .'•JO .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 ll'.-l 9 5.74 81. So 78.47 83.87 389.34 19.72 47.34 29.45 22.08 26.87 63.19 82.54 16.83 40.95 47.34 22.OS 68.75 150,1, 32.97 42.s)2 40.98 41.89 16. 14 31.91 2.46 2.46 5.23 19.72 4.27 4.21 32.88 83.80 106.67 37.95 13.10 41.90 47.71 6S.9S 62.79 43.77 1.95 10.06 20 rds Lot 6 SEtf Wm Shirley"Betr.at~pt~13~r_ri ft S of NW Cor lot 3 Gov lot ? S , 4 , ,r rd 2 « E 8 rd N 4 rd . 2. ft W to beg: (me 29) U W J Cook N 156M ft of loTB Gov lot 3 Lot 3 NWtt NEtt (me 29) " i, P J Miller Lot 12 Gov lot 3~ex 12 rd x 4 rd^ in SB cor (rng *9) ._ jj_ Thos Shultz Beg at SB Cor lot 5 Blk 1 Calls Add S 4 rd W 8 rd N 4 rd B 8 rd to bos NEVi SW% (me 29) „ 11 MYs Hattlo Kuhn SW of following des; com at pt 22 rd S & 2 rd W of NE Cor W 10 rd S ^8 rd E 10 rd N to her (rng: w" C DanYon"c"om"l5ir'r5"s"&"2 - rd W of NE Cor Sec 11 th 10 rd W S 1H rd thence E 10 rd th N 1% rd to beg ex 1 rd strip to Aleona (rng 29) u LUTE A. T. STACY'S ADD. Lute A T Stacy l Lute A T Stacy 5 - g J T Bohannon K OAK PARK ADD. 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