Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1932 · Page 8
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OR NO depression, *-' human nature runs pretty much the eame. A few dancing girls, a JUtle laughter, and an assortment of Jnoth-eafen old '"gaga," and It's exit hard times. A long waking line stringing out of the Call lobby into the street Is mute evidence that bare-legged chorus "gale" still have tTSe old lure. The Night Club Revue packed em to the doors a weak ago Sunday night, believe it or not. The Cabin In the Cotton was the offering on the screen, and a more beautiful talkie has seldom been photographed. Plctorally, some ofj tagr ' the "shots," taken apparently in the Seven Little Mothers, first southland, with a foreground of cot- '*""" When I'm a Woman, Joyce Mit- four ton and a background of fleecy •white clouds, were among .th© most artistic bits ever screened. The etory, featuring Richard Barthelmess, suffered the usual complications which dog the footsteps of this fiombre-cyed youth. There Is al- Johnny Wins the Race, Ralph Taylor. A Department Store, Frank Jenkinson. Feminine Bravery, Several Pupils. Arthur B. Molcomb, drat. A. J. Helnen, drat. Sam Marr, drat. ... ... ... .... Lloyd H. Zentner, labor W. G. Smith,'labor W. B, Naudafn. assign R. F. Zumach, labor John H. Willson, labor ... ., . iQeo. Weig, labor M. L. Worby, labor Ralph C. 'Rledel,• labor .,. .-'" 9?, e J? ro S a .- Ne '**el, labor .i. ... 'Clifford Johnson, labor Henry Phillips, labor ( M »o H. Patterson, labor .. .. B. H. Potter, labor W. F. Kelly, labor . . George Dunn, labor W. T. Fish, labor " D wight Graham, labor ... Herman Gles, labor .. . Emll Kraft, labor H ti r <?}* n KeaprJotn ' Iabor ! °i md $10.13; allowed 075 Ole Gerdis, labor .. 7 Allan C. Carr, labor "" H. A. Bruns, labor Guy Bone,'labor Ed Baker, labor ) Joe Beatenlehner, labor ..,"!]! Edward Anderson, labor Mike H. Miller, labor ... Vern Rutledge,- labor ... ..'.' .'' « w L. E. Doyle, labor 1440 Geo. Onken, labor - M.40 1«.80 13.0 13.1 22.GC 60.81 12.90 37.2 33.01 22.a 21.11 30.00 14.41 14.00 14.40 46.50 26.10 36.00 27.00 12.00 40.60 23.50 30.00 S9.70 tures. In tho present one he finds hlmeelf, as usual, between the "devil and th« deep blue sea," and he flounders pitifully about, .torn by ^hool. love for hie "own" and his infatuation for a rich planter's daughter. Added to the complexities of the situation la. a "foreword," which explains the constant warfare between planters and the poor white trash. The picture tries to be non-committal, and in an effort to be fair to both sides tho audience, scarcely knowing which way to jump, finds itself In tho eame predicament as the hero. Dorothy Jordan plays the role of the old sweetheart with quiet charm, •while Betto Davis, more vivacious than usual, scores heavily as siren. And what a «Iren she turns out to be, vamping her way gaily through sordid stretches of the film. Cabin in (ho Cotton, aside from Twin Daisies, Betty and Letty Sarchet. A Woman Santa Claus, ways too much plot In Richard's pic- A VVom in Santa Claus, Dorothy tures. In thn •npAaont «no h* *i«,i= ' Le e Gtech. Santa and Me, Benita Reid. Howdy, Mr. Santa Claus, song, hool. Tap Dancing, Mildred Kaln, Algona. Dreadful Boys, Several Pupils. Kittens and Babies, Ruth Gisch, My Dolly's Got the Measles, Virginia Mittag. Musical selections, Kathryn Deim, AJgona. Where's My Cake, Several" Pupils. What Jackie Stole, Esther Will. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear, special chorus. Fern Gisch played musical selections before the program started and played the piano for all songs. Baskets wore sokl by L. A. Matern, and a total of J1S.50 was realized. Mary Gisch is teacher. The school hao received a check for $2.68 for fair premiums won by pupils. Mrs. Genrich's school in Union and the A 7 o. S school received the same amount, which was the largest awarded at the county fair. The awards were all for firsts and seconds. scenic aspects, is just another Earth elmess talkie running true to form. K you like the young man, you probably enjoyed the show; if you do not, why there were the dancing girls—"you pays your money and takes your choice." 'T'HREE DAYS IN* Des Moines •*• movie palaces only convinces one that both in class of entertainment and in quality of sound the Call is infinitely superior. Clearly showing the effects of the amusement depression, the enormous city Playhouses echo and re-echo the human voice till the words are harsh and metallic. Stage shows have been discontinued and the melodious organ is silent. Alas, these are hard days In .this land of plenty. Under Cover Man, featuring George Raft, Lew Cody, and Nancy Carroll is a crook melodr,ama with a rather novel ending and a laudably sustained suspense. Outside of these eomewhat unusual characteristics, there is nothing outstanding about •the talkie. A few years ago, when we were deluged with crook and gangster pictures, the denizens of the underworld were shown to us on the silver screen as daring, courageous, resourceful men, while the police were portrayed as dumb, slow, and blundering. In this picture, the situation is reversed with such a •vengeance that we actually feel sorry for the offenders. They make one mistake after another, leave clue after clue; they are finally completely routed not only by George Kaft and Nancy Carroll (undercover spies), but by a gentleman from headquarters who is "covering" both the crooks and the suspicious "undercover man." On the same bill, we see CFatty) Arbuckle's return to the screen in a two-reel comedy atrocity which ought to seal this corpulent gentleman's fate for once and all. He isn't funny any more; he be- longe to a past age in the movies. The world moves on—at a frightful pace, we opine—and the old pie- throwing gags are now as old-fashioned as the model T Ford. A/fUCH IIS BEING WtRITTEN of •"* late-about Bali, Island of Paradise, a Dutch East Indian posses- don where a pure strain of humanity has remained apparently untouched by our modern civilization. Within the last year, Bali has be- ,- . unit v. ll| t(VUUl . > t ,,, ,,, Delbert Sharp, labor G. B. Shaver, labor Neal Lynch, labor E. J. Palmer, labor ,'. F. J. Ludwig, labor Art Heidenwlth,'labor ... ' Carl Hutchins, labor Hugo Gade, labor . 'Frank Gnlln, labor ... Le joy R. Elbert, labor'.. '.'. Alfred Dltsworth, labor ... Charlie Olson. labor .. . Guy Ash, labor " J. E. McEnroe, labor J ul '"s <5. Studer, labor ..." S. M. Jordan, labor .. F. J. Stebrltz labor ' ' " E. G. Stenstrom, labor'.'.'.'.' August Melz, labor .. Geo. C. Hanna, labor .. .. ' C. S. Johnson, assign A. F. Nelson, fuel Elbert Garage, labor ... ." Kossuth Co. Impl. Co., sup 'Helberg Garage, labor • Ed Underdahl, labor .'. Arthur Pehrson, labor F. A. Griffith, labor ..." " 8.40 6.00 16.20 7.00 7.00 42.20 9.46 2.80 51,90 10.00 6.00 24.00 6,40 48.30 166.90 5.90 4.60 64.80 2.65 3.50 6.00 9.00 14.00 50.05 16.83 .60 Motto* by 8alt«m*n *M by MOTH* that County Auditor tw i«- At th* Call By IV tt, C. > UNION SCHOOL NO, 5 CLEARS $18,50 AT BASKET SOCIAL Union School Dtet, No. 5, Dec. 13—.Despite cold weather loot Thursday evening a good-sized audience heard the following program at the schoolhouse: Welcome gong with special chorus, Dorothy Reid, Dorothy Lee Olson, Joyce Mittag, Margaret and Hazel Jenkinson, Milton will, Howard Sarchet. It Isn't Nerves at Christmas Time, Charles Mittag. Ooldle iforfb ... .., .„. f,<j| ChM. (Sunder . j. w. WoWbrta, . e Meurer, tiHid. |2W; allow ed Ernest 134.80 . : Wm. Norrl* .. ... tjl ,. er 1070 r .. ...... St£PlBRV,K*m DIST. NO. 2 Nels Peterson M. Frandsen Hasz ,i ..,•. E. Jones 15.00 . ... ...... ... . ire Mrs. Ov.E. Van Dorstoti 12.'26 ' . .. Bloom's Store, prov iMrs. Stedman Albert Davis Albert Olsen 10.60 24.00 .. ... . 1,39 Wm. Funk, transp. 85.89 4.00 goo prov - 3.00 1.00 1.25 12.00 10.00 . .. . Albln Peterson ., ....... 16,46 Thompson Yard* Inc., fu6l C. Lewis • _; clmd. |49!00; allowed.. C -.W. Lundqulst, med. aid for Albth Peterson boy .. ... ... '^ haper ' care Mi " 8> At> r rlF / ra'e'nlVzV' transp. Ernest ' 46.00 33.00 8.00 15.00 itfucted to secur* additional security on school fund loans *h*?« »«uAty tt Inadequate, if possible, and to renew or fxtend Bdhool fund loans that ar« past due, same to be left to discretion of CountM Attofney. Ayes: All, On motion Board adjourned to on* 6'clook, p. m, One o'clock p. m.— Board . ot Super- Vlsofs met pursuant to ' adjournment with all members present. Motion by McDonald And .seconded by Funnemark that assessment on Secondary Road District No's. 192-197 serve notice Blornster, Mrs. 3 Hoeok 8SU C. W LundqulBt med. aid c W< Bu *h. clmd. $60 not allowed COUNTY FUND £5*5 ' *&!!!"«?< ' abo r »• .» .•>.,• fl>.00 'Gordon Platt E. J. Campbell Frank Hanson Mrs. Mathlson T essle E. ~'Gunder c Thos. ij. Steven's," prov'. ''Mrs! Jones M ,oe & SJogren, prov. '.. "...".'.' Mrs. Neltzel 2557 Mrs. Selfert 4.00 3.60* 48.69 58,66 66.04 2.05 15.08 ;i. >-. i-m.ni, sup Fred Bauman, sup "" F; D. Ryther, sup'. .'. '.'.'. b e0S r ey AUt ° C °" SUP ' nn(J ' la ' Kossuth Co. sup. ker CAR KILLS GRANDDAUGHTER OFJ, 0, ISENBERGERS, BURT Burt, Dec. 13—Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Isenberger, daughter Stella, Mrs. M. M. Godfredson, and their three children returned Saturday from Stanley, Wis., where they were called by the serious condition of a 15-year- old daughter, .Eloraine, of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Isenberger, who had -been struck by an automobile while returning from school. She was better when the Isenbergers left for home. In the Burt Items last week the accident was reported as having happened to a daughter of Mr. and Walter M. Bovis, 'labor".'".."" Kent Motor Co., sup Norton Machine Works" sire '" Theo. iBIerstedt, supplies ... J. M. Fleming, supplies ... '" Matt Murtha, supplies ... .".. T }}' kichty & Son, supplies! J. M. Blanchard, supplies .... 'C. S. Johnson, supplies ... TJ -~------- Hdw., 35.75 6.38 3.75 . 41.21 I zel 'hos. Akre, prov. ...'.'.'.',.. 2425 Hauensteln 100 6 r"v' C . 0nnell3r 6.'26 J. Knudsen goo '• £ re ? n i prov - °- Ounder ...'.. 3.00 '•»» ' Jo *l nson . Prov 38.50 Marq Simons 500 J. Knudsen jg'oo Amy Johnson rr'so A. Davis 4'flQ \wJ - Pi! 0 " 61 "' Prov. C.'a'und'er 1.26 MTook°° P ." Cry ' C °" Pr °£fi6 mM E. Beard ..."".'.'. V.V .'.' 180 M. C. Frandsen '.'. j'.ms J. Helmers isn E. Meyers '.. i' 8 o E. Jones 3 no F. Hansen 1.80 Amy Johnson i'go Chas. Gunder 2'34 Alb. Davis !.. I. seo A. J. Bilanchard ... .'.. i~20 N. Peterson .. £4 Mrs. Neitzel ^a) J. L. Bonar, rent M, C. Frandsen; clmd. ?12; allowed .'10.00 •[• T - Bohannon, rent Sellenau 10.00 Murtagh Brothers, rent Mrs. W . Si..?''?"', 40 " ••: ••-• "•••.. 20.00 Tho». Akre, prov. James Neville, sup ! Cummings Store, sup. Frank L. Miller, light 8erv. .. 'Kossuth Co. Impl. Co., sup. ... Matt Murtha, sup. ... ..... Papec Machine Co., sup Darrow Chemical Co. sun .. . Roy G. Richardson, sup. .. .. 'Dr. Fenton's Vlgortone Co., sup , fi> Botsford Lumber Co., sup '.'" Pratt Electric Co, sup. ... .'... i.eo Norton Machine Works, sup 60 "K.. D. James, sup J«A. W. J, Barr, cow testing John Hegarty, labor .. W. J. Payne, subscription .. Whlttemore Elevator Co., fuel Kohlhaas Hdw., sup.'... ... LIBRIARY FUND St. Paul 'Book & sta. Co., books ...... ... iNewson & Co., books ..'. .'."" Little Brown & Co., booka .... Beckley Gerdy co.. books .... .F. A. Owen Pub Co., books .. World Book Co., books American Book Co., books .... Clarksn Pub. Co., books .. .. Book Supply Co., books The Macmtllan Co., booka .... Wm, Shirley, frt., express and drayage . John C, Winston Co., books ... . 208 be Confirmed as rieported by com- mlssloners and that assessment on Secondary Road No. 216 be confirmed by local Board as reported by commissioners. (See Record for Resolution). Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Funnemark that following •bonds are hereby approved: official Edward 3.12 ..1.61 John A. and Helen Tbungwlrth— N1W% 34-98-27 3-9^27 8 " 86 " 27 J. Butler, County Auditor, for $5,DUB SS°^S5L J> J> Doolejr, County Recorder, 2-S; »6,000.00; Oscar Frandle, assessor, for ?-°? KOO.OO; L,. T. Griffin, Constable, for 1600.00. Ayes: All. Motion by Balgeman and seconded 3.16 170.00 6.00 37.00 22.00 122.10 1.60 13.04 11.01 18.80 6.00 10.20 14.40 18.77 l A. Porter, Trustee— P-A-KTJt. No. 1- Peter Mertz— S% SE% 25-91-30 . Simon Klsch et al— ...3.60 »-»j-30 11.28 36-94-30 ... ... .. 10.74 by Morris that following open ditch PA Holt- Mlf*l»*_j«4P wrni r «1« !«._ ' k._ i _* I * * *~*. **«*^ Humboldt-Koamith Jt.,No. a— right-of-way claims are hereby allowed, and County Auditor Instructed to refund said tax as follows: for years 1927. 1928, 1929, 1930, and 1931. Ext. Dr. 9— Nick FIsch— NB% NlW SE% NW% SW% NE4 Peter' Klrsc ' 19-94-29 19-94-29 . 19-94-29 . Est.— 32-94-29 ... U 32 Matt" Klrsch- S% NW% 32-W-29 Ellr.a and A. D. Richards—• NEW NWt! 9-97-29 ... ..... 9 _ Wi>29 Ac. O. D. 3.22 2.74 0.36 , 2.70 3.8C NW% 9WJ? 27-04-30 27*94-30 2.2 % W« 27*94-30 ........ . ..1.2 BEU BW£ 27-94-30 ... ....;. 31 D. J. Habeger— NW% SWU 28-94-30 F, C. 8E Jartshorn- 8WU 28-94-30 SEU 28-94-30 ...2.8 ....2.7 ...2.6 'i Nicholas Schaltes— 6640 I SW% NW% 2-97-29 66 ' 40! D. C. Croweu* Agt.- E^ 3-97-29 NEW 3-97-29 ... .. 3-97-29 6.40 31.67 72.45 12.61 SWV- NWW. 3-97-29 : , P-.Vrrlngton- . ..3.6 . 3.1 ..S. ..2.3 ..1.8 ..2.3 . Resolved: That the County" Auditor MNw ^ t . S E% 3-S7-29 Is hereby ordered and directed to Is- N> L ' Cotton- sue warrants for all bills allowed at this meeting as shown by the "Schedule of Claims" hereinbefore written NW . E. J. Murtagh, rent W. L,. Ba- 8149 10« 5515 ' »„,', "i T w " su PP»es .. .. 40.GO Botsford Lumber Co., supplies 3.20 M,A£ 0rt T 0 . n j£ So "' supplies.. 18.36 P M,- Co " . P. McDonald & Co., sup- Botsford Lumber" Co., 'supplies ' & Son ' plies Deep Rock Oil Corp.; supplies Central States Elec. Co., supplies L. A. Haglund, labor".'..".'. J. H. Dunn, damage ... John and James Blain, damage Manclis Lloyd, damage; clmd $25.00; allowed 0000 Haglund & Peterson, labor " Humboldt Co. Road Malnt. Fund, cost of resurface 4.70 23.45 23.85 2.55 10.85 14S]<0 9.90 .50 1.00 3.90 2.00 12.50 Mrs. Berton Isenberger, Des Moines, I Ber . tha E. Johnson, frt. and 14.20 447.75 which was a mistake. Free Injures legs. Lakota, Dec. 13—While he wae cutting wood at his son's farm, near Ledyard, a few days ago, Conrad Blome had both legs severely injured by a falling tree, the left leg the more severely hurt. No bones were broken. He has been getting atoout with crutches. I Board Proceedings (Continued from page 7.) press exp. adv. 2.71 hauling gravel ISSsitH IGO.D-t 42.25 1089.54 119.-18 Sieg-Ft. Dodge Co., sup J. D. Adams Co., sup Barton-Warner Co., sup. ... " Iowa Mach. & Supply Co., sup Gibbs-Cook Tractor & Equip. Co.. supplies Wausau Iron Works, sup. ... Austin-Western Road Mach Co., sup Economy Welding Works sup' Firestone Tire & Rubber' Co., 696.90 26.50 2210.00 77.93 supplies r.Y~..~.".7~™ ..!*".'.' 12T.66; Central. Battery & Elec. Co., supplies ' 15 13 'Snap-On Tools, Inc., su'pp'l'ies! 4!40 Sargent Mach. Co. Inc., supplies .. 9M | Wheeler Lumber Bridge & Sup. Co., supplies 338.25 J. A. Roberts, bridge 138.70 K. & H Coop. Oil Co., supplies 1,141 ChampIIn (Refining Co., sup- Leonora Peck,'rent 'F'.' 'Hanson Bertha Murray, rent Mrs. Neitzel Andrew Petersen, rent Etliei Jones 10.00 10.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 Vern Hohn, rent C. H. Ostwl'n- kle ... , .. 1000 •Botsford Lumber Co., fuel .... 2105 Sox Mantor g.go Blanchard 250 Hellmer 425 Mrs. Mathlson 4.70 F. S. Norton & Son, fuel .. .. 62.69 Mrs. Stedman ... 10.00 Mrs. Jones 10.00 M. C. Frandsen 2.50 Ed. Beisoh g 26 John Fox 6.83 M. C. Frandsen ..' 6.00 Mrs. Jones ... 10.00 W. E. Naudaln, fuel 10118 J. F. MeGee 1185 Mrs. E. Taylor is 10 Dave Hasz 2153 Merle Webster 935 Mrs. Sifert .. 2^50 Mrs. Keepher 2.00 M. C. Frandsen 3.15 Chas. Gunder ... 5.00 J. A. 'Blanchard 17.70 Amy Johnson 10.00 A /M on eaoh bill, On motion Board adjourned to nine o clock a. m. December 7, 1932. December 7, 1932. Auditor's Office December 7, 1932 Board of Supervisors of Kossuth °°iY£ ty ',, met P ursua -nt to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by McDonald that the following resolution be adopted: MecMep. having 8 NEW. 4-97-29 .V ........... 2.3 S NEW. 4-97-29 ... .......... ^ NEW 4-97-29 ...... .. . ..... 12 Geo. W. Nyman— NEW. SEW, 30-98-29 ......... ... 2 NWW, SEW, 30-98-29 ............ 3.3 SEW. SE% 30-98-29 ............. 2.9 Geo. M. Purvis et al— .NW% NWW. 5-95-29 ............. 211 NE% MW% 6-95-29 ... .... ....... 217 •SEVl NWW. 5-95-29 ............ 162 NEW. SW% 5-95-29 ............ 105 '6-95-29 ......... ....2.86 ...1.93 ...0.62 , ..1.62 Frank DIngley et al— N1W% SWli 5-95-29 sw% —SWU SWW, SWW" 5-95-29 '* NW% 5-1J5-29 lereas, same was disallowed by r>r Board on account of having re- n - discharge from draft only, " and Whereas, the United States War , ar Department holds that he is entitled to a soldier's exemption and upon 81.90 Wm. Barker, labor '". .. wau *•"** Mike Baker, patrol 6&CO Champlin Refining Co. supl Clyde Sanders, patrol ... ""— . Anderson Grain & coal Co fuel .' F. M. Stoner 6.50 Alb. Daivis 4.05 Stone 6.00 Hauenstein 10.00 'C. E. Sweet 5.00 O. Callies 6.00 fohn N. Keneflck, med. aid.. G. Johnson 29.00 M. St. John ... 6.50 Blanchard 6.00 IR. Dutton 14.00 Dr; R. M. Wallace, med. aid Mrs. Krominga Dr. M. G. Bourne, med. aid Mrs. Fred Gronbach R. A. Evans, med. aid ... ..... Mrs. J. Seifert 60.00 G. W. Hunt 2.00 Jos. Umbenhauer 4.00 Chas. Gunder 8.00 H. Cook ... 2.75 .Forest Minard 1.00 J. Schimmel 1.60 A. S. Blanchard 3.25 Geo. B. Johnson, repairs Mrs. 1.4' C. A. Palmer— W W% SEW 8-95-29 6 .44 'F. W. Calry et al— WU,NE% 8-95-29 .3.63 Ignatius Wernert— NEW. NIW% 8-95-29 ....3.09 Louis R. Dutton— E% NW% 17-95-29 6 .55 Farmers Savings Bank— S% SWW. 19-96-29 344 Geo. and Wm. 'Rlch- SEW. 30-96-29 s 15 El^ NE% 31-96-29 ' "V'48 Adele Norton et al— • • • • _- r 6930 Plies Clyde Sanders, patrol 9930 Champlin Refining- Co, John S. Nelson, patrol 84.00 Piles J. H. Montgomery, patrol .... 87.50 'City Oil Elmer Ewing patrol 102'00 Goodman Hundsnesa, patrol) clmd. $89.80; allowed W. A. Murray, assign Kennedy Bros. Co., assign. ... Kennedy Bros. Co., assign clmd. ?30.2S; allowed 2915 Earl Moore, labor Joe Heiderscheldt, labor sup- 94,71 363-.M 37.55 54.50 20.00 25.00 82.50 ?R T* £ f c ? un ty Attorney, therefore, e $ ^solved that soldier's exempt h» 5?, aren * oe Mechl er for 1931 and be allowed on personal property, ir± ^Y" 8 " 1 ^. and County^ Auditor instructed to refund or abate said tax ™ a t? 6 ro v y be " Ayes: •*"•.. ™"" wi h^Mor^ by i^ F Ji nnem . ark ania seconded by MoDonald that abstract be brought 30-96-29 B. Bayers— 30 - 96 - 29 SEW. 31-96-29 ............. g 29 . L. J. Lowman — 32-96-29 ............. 558 Carrie Durant— county. Ayes: All. McfCreery- NEW, 14-96-30 Emll • Bruellman— •NE% SB* 29-94-30 .12 Ayes; All. , Motion by Funnemark and seconded by McDonald that following suspensions, refunds, and compromised settlement be made: That taxes of Abe Connolly on lot 3, Block 2 Stacy's Add., Algona, for 1931 be suspended. .That Larmen G. Hattle be refunded $13.36 in Ledyard Ind., Springfield on personal property on account of #200, being erroneously assessed as Bank Stock when In fact same should have Hancock county . A V€ ^ ok A? W P, 1 convey the South u~ n >'°r r . ete f«on' Block 2, call's Third &tt 6 ana gona, to KowuthTcounH-''r" 0 "' A In consideration ot mi/' Iov "^ al Kossuth oountv hno n c °nvey n , ^Wd^Hr* ' ."U'v^^oi'SS^o and said partlei t 0 1- B her Be It Resolved, by this t> pervlsors that deed to .^i ara of Su be acceted to sallj Pro be accepted, and, Board any y rnmf ly may • redeem said nri™ I 14 ayent' of- all sums & «« all sums Mrs - the n t bhalf "t>°' Ayes: • All. On motion Board ' INVITED my printing jobs turn them over to us for a perfect result. We will gladly advise you, without charge, on any 'printing problems you have. E. Jones J. W. Neville, sup. Mrs. Mary Simons 3.90 18.30 20.73 come almost as familiar as a clty'fn ~— ——-•***•*wi«-*it 114.UU1. ,• ,, 63 00 C. A. Lamoreux, patrol 9470 Pearly c. Haynes, patrol .... 7350 Wilbur A. Fischer, patrol ... 8680 0. Burch, patrol; clmd. . allowed 3190 S. D. McDonald, patrol Ss'lO James Murray, patrol <u'ss Alton Pettlt. patrol Hans W. Nielsen, patrol Bert Godden, labor .... ,i Chester Alme, labor '" 70 Wilt Leeper, labor "' J. F. Quinn. labor Oscar ~ 81.90 41.10 00 77.35 S6.80 patrol our own country. The latest screen Ed Fuchseri,"patrol release about Jt Is Goona Goona I w^ 1 M^'? atr °' • • • (love powder), on view at the Or- I Qua' Richter^Ta'bo^ Pheum, Des Moines. This is a love ! Ben Leeck, 'labor ..'. ... 5400, ,., r „, story played by natives against a ^ llffo ^ d g olmes ' lab01 - " eoioo B-K^Jt No" 1 ^^ 4 '°° background of (Bali mo ,, n t^« L5 l P J?, n ^'. N - Elbert ' clmd - »•«>: A K'MieheiT engineer 23.00 Peerless Oil Co., supplies ... . 762.10 W. E. Naudain, supplies . 8 70 DRAINAGE FUND Dr. 3— D. o. Mayer, labor •Dr. 4— "" 'Chas. Kollasch, repairing tile Elmore Cement & Tile Co.. . 'Ceo. Onken, labor Dr. 105 — A. E. Michel, engineer Nordstrom & Palmer, estl- 43.00 scenery. But the photography is indistinct and foggy, the direction uninspired and sloppy, and the general effect of no particular consequence. The Balinese women are outstanding examples of feminine savage beauty, their features and physique being closely comparable those of tho white races. *7S iyv Peter Movlck, patrol '.'.'. '.'.'. '" 7s'75 Elmer Ellingson, patrol . 57'fiO Clem Goodman, patrol ss'os Lyell W. Miller, labor 52 i§ John Hanselman, patrol Harry Helmke. labor ... Wm. p. Gronbach, labor , 3UU Wm. O. Ludwig, labor 7175 Frank Diers, labor J. E. McEnroe, labor ... Dr. 132— Clyde Sweazey, labor 2.00 Charles Glaus, labor 3 50 Hans Newby, labor 3^50 F. H. Lathrop, rodman 1.50 A. E. Michel, engineer .. .. 4300 Wilson Concrete Co., tile .... 20.29 F. S.Norton & Son, supplies .50 Wm. J. Gies, labor ~Tf- Ti. XT— n ..... Elsie Cady, care of Ed Erlck- tfijai son 25.00 •^r; Algona Hotel, room Art Marcus 1.50 K. D. James, sup. Mrs. G. E. Van Dorston 6.00 A. H. Borchardt, supplies .... 3.85 •Gus Johnson 1.15 Ethel Jones 2.70 V. L. Stebbins, labor 15.00 Jones 10.0 J. Tripp 5.00 Kohlhaas Hdw., supplies .. .. 4.35 Mrs. Neltzel 1.65 E. Jones 2.00 Ernest Boyd, transp. Ed Faith 27.68 SUPEIRIVISOR DIST. NO. 3 H. H. Mullln, rent Wm. Larsen 10.00 iFarmers Coop. Soc., fuel .. .. 10.75 Robinson 7.50 Richard 3.25 3.15 4.00 32.00 5.60 4.00 52.15 162.90 B4.25 72.00 to i Fred Darnell, drag A. R. Crurkshank, drag Melvin P. Cody, dragging Crawford Bros., drag-g-inff ., Loren IByers, drag •Harm Bockholt, drag 9.00 21,00 1-UO 33.60 14.40 16.80 4.80 12.00 10.95 18.00 7.50 To see the first part of the show, we had to witness the worst talkie ever screened, Nearly Married (we •believe that is the title), which , i-i. is. Kruse, assign made any offering we have seen at i B - c - Behnk'endorf, 'drag,".'.," the Call look like'a Ziegfeld Follies 14' £' ? ernau ' drag •• 17.25 in comparison. If memory serves us C.' c.' And^son d^r'ag ~~ right, this waa a Cheeterfield pro-I Bert Amelsberg-', drag' '.'.'. duction, but it fails to live up to the H ', A - Adams, drag i slogan of the famous cigarettes. ffbert&T^ralff Just to check ourselves up, we E. J. Laabs drag. ... .'..' ""' dropped into the Call after a frosty, | J ., oseph Loebach, drag-. ...'..'."" early-evening ride home from the i '"'^50- I ^ii lla . SC i h ' drasl - ; clmd. south, and regaled ourself with Joe i Gust J^Koppen'/'dragging" " E. Brown in You Said a Mouthful ! ^' m - Keller, dragging ."" of a V,nlmrV' le Tff"" aCe " 0ry ! K W- S ': ^eJ .. dra . g ' ; ... Clmd ' or Catalma. tho matchless photo-i Albert Kressln, drag graphy, and tho .soft, mellow sound • f!ll ' n w - Jenkinson, draff.".'..'" in our local theatre kept us in our i V 1 TH ' Junke . 1- meier, drag- fifnt mi 'ifin.. 11 -I i -,*, • ' j ~ Intermill, drag. t-eai till alter 11 o c-lock. We are , n. H. Gould drag scarcely in a reviewing mood to-! Jay n. Graham, drag. 4.50 H. Lathrop, rodman . *r P r> S T. N xr rton & Son ' sup ri-lC Jt. No. 2 — Harold J. Jacobson, labor H-K Jt. No. S— 275 16.50 A. E. Michel, engineer ...... 1000 P-A-K I 'j^ h0r .°?L r0draan 'S F. S. Norton & Son, sup. ... 50 POOR FUND E. J. Hodges, sup 500 L. E. Hovey, serving notice .. 2 ->0 Henry Scheppman. timber eo'flO SUPERVISOR DIST. NO. 1 ' C. S. Johnson, prov. Henry ?\°? h ;•• • 17.50 Lichty & Ross, prov ........ . G. Stoddard ....... 600 E. Zittlau 2595 contribution that it unwinds itself '• ph lllp Fischer, drag'. 6. SO G.OO 2.55 13.SO 14.-10 28.35 8.10 i ]0,20 ; 11.20 .90 5.S5 . ............ Herman Wise; prov. Mrs. Joe Fraser ............. '0 19 Tiede & Schneider, prov. .'.'..'.'. Mrs. 'Geo. Scribner ..... 1636 Mrs. G. Stoddard ....... 11,93 Moe & Sjogren, prov. J. Fox.. Thos. Akre, prov. Mrs. H Koch ....................... R. A. Clark, prov. Otto Caiiies Benedict's Store, prov ... F. Stewart ............ 3.33 F. Schmidt ......... 1492 W. Hedrick .......... mil L. W. Rutledge, prov. (Roy Sankey 28.23 10.44 13.73 8.00 31.78 ................. , F. H. Hintz, prov. Wni. Hedl night, but fleeting reactions just i A ' M - Olls tafson. drag. ".'.".'" naturally register themselves on a j P? ann °k% dra! ............ mind now so accuKtomt-d to a weekly ' C. c. Foster drair .......... --- '••"—"- ..... : Philip Fischer, drag'."..'.". ..... William Fritz, drag ........ " , .„ Pfter N. Thilg-es, drag. . lV"0 Karl Trr-nary, drag. . ..... " 4 so Albert Wlttkopf drafr. .. 17' 40 F. X. W '" 7.50 riek Jr. ...' *..........' ..*T.", 4 ^ A. W. Jurgens, prov. Fred Schneider ->io Mrs. W. H. Ellis, prov. G Scribner 400 B. F. Burtls, rent Emil Zltiow 1000 Wm. _ Schultz, rent Mrs. Wm. NEWSPAPER . Dr. Pierre Sartor, med. aid ... 80.00 H. H. Meyer girl 27.00 John Everts 53.00 Dr. F. L. Adams, L. Ash .... 64.00 C. H. Cretzmeyer, Theo. Johnson 75.00 J. E. Keil, funeral exp. John Everts, clmd. $65; allowed .. 45.00 A. F. Nelson, moving Pruls- man goo SUPERVISOR DIST. NO. 4 Hood's Cash Store, prov 37.46 Mrs. L. Con way 12.46 Mabel Doss 10.00 M. J. Nemmers ... 15.00 Art Bettln, prov. J. Brlggs.... 7.52 A. A. Droessler, prov. Mrs/ E'dna Johnson Smith Dept. Store, prov. for 6.00 Squaire Hudson 8.05 Merrill Bros, prov 4595 Mrs. P. Giles 6.41 Mrs. H. Johnson 2000 Amos Bergma 1200 Mrs. G. Tyler 754 Daniel Lichllter, prov. Edna Johnson Mrs. Ellen MoCowien, rent Peter O. Peterson 7.20 Mrs. Mary Froehle, rent Mrs. 8.00 G. 16.08 20.00 20.30 Oliver Moe, rent Mrs. Conway B-urt Farmers Exchange fuel. Walter Lockwood 8.95 Mrs. Kinney 11.35 W. A. Murray, fuel 11160 Mrs. R. Hunt 10.00 Mrs. L. Conway 9.95 Edna Johnson 14'5 Mrs. West & Dosa .... 956 Mrs. Tyler 8.95 Mrs. T. Nemmers 8.20 Mrs. E. Cayler S55 Mrs. F. Odell 1090 Amos. Bergman 10.20 Peter Peterson 10.05 Mrs. Mary Kramer . .. 11.00 . H. Cretzmeyer, med. aid for Rlckard boy 75.00 J. A. Devine, med. aid 8.00 Mrs R. Hunt i.oo ri. Isenhrandt 2.00 Mrs. J. Kramer 500 Irs. Augusta Kinney, care of Dan-el Gelst .. 25.00 Hedrick Jr.' '.. ' ioooi Dr - Earl R - Hoffman, rental !«.-.,] mi _ J _ . . 1 - -• iV.l/V Olr? t~1\r\Vt\v>nfL f~*~..1 - vs - encourage- without inspiration ment. And so, with the ground enow- covered and frozen, we resume oi>- . F. X. Wilhelml. drag. TTI,U_ TIT! . -. • "-o- eratlons on the railroad in Heroes of ,.„ the West at the Call. Again, we fol- ] n - "• Meyer, drag, low the adventures of our intrepid i "T U p ls i tM '"' i '" drn(?> pioneers as 'they move heaven and ! Joe''Maym"'drk'' lra earth in the herculean task of unit- j Miiynurd s'ohn,' 'd'ra rent Scribner A. A. Miller, rent" Albert Helmke A. E. Pasley, rent Fraser ram'. . „ Thompson Yards Inc., fuel .. 1 - J ' Mrs. G. Stoddard 6.24 G. Scribner s.07 10.00 9.00 aid Clarence Cayler StlPHRVISOiR DIST. NO. 5 2.00 E. L. Hansen, prov. Ed. derson An- q (V) i «^-*«n-ii* ... ., 1>t 11 lo'oo i Sanl) orn Cash Store, prov. for j.u.wv ATco TVfM...!.-. 9.06 19.20 ng- East and West with bands of steel. And again we say, "There's no place liic o the Call." /ILD HORSE MESA is easily tho most beautiful, most gorgeous western talkie ever filmed—a fitting 1 '' climax for a Saturday night show. ' In this breath-taking spectacle are combined all the bewitching beauties of nature skilfully combined with a UY-rrmn •T. B. Rchnltps. draif. '..'."..'." John Slinmrins draff Guy n. Risk, drai? Wilbrrt W. Tiichmonr], drag" Oswald F. Lalllpr. drag Rich Potratz. drng. .....',"..', A. J. IVtrrson, 27,fiO Hnlcnmli Vaskf, driiir. .,. .... ,_ , Elevator Co., fuel -'•'"I Frerl Sfhneider Jn n -' L. W. Swanson, ambulance service Joe Meurer ... Palo Alto Hospital Ass'n, hosp! care Joe Meurer, clmd. $210; allowed Dr. P. K. Walley, med. Mrs. Walter Tripp 2S.SO 1-1.40 3.00 12. W) 6.40 le of the plains. Wallentlne, drag" Merman Runksmelor, drag Frank Rieblioff, drn K . ......" Kelly Itlppentrop, drag. John G. Rippejitrop, drag- . Peter N. Hansen, drag ...... , ^ Carl Hutchins, drag .......... 2 40 6.90 14.6? 10.50 9.90 31.80 14.40 1.80 aid . ..... Bout'Jifon's Funeral Home' fun. exp., etc ........... R. L. Corbin, med. aid ... Fred Smith ............ 10.50 G. Seribner . ........... 300 E. Zjetlau ...... ..... 5.50 J. W. McCreery, M. D. med aid ................ ' 14.31 26.20 10.25 20.00 155.00! 30.00 30.00 19.00 4.00 Mrs. Norrls C. J. Appelquist, prov. Cora Hutchins Nelson Mercantile Co., prov"' Can Conn 5'gs Carrie Thompson 2.55 Art Lester, rent '. Joe Faulkner io'66 Frank Metier '.. 5 ' W Mrs. Ben Rushton, rent A R Peterson .' T. H. Steinberger, rent F Hagedorn C. G. Dourte, rent Ed Anderson J. P. Schissel & Son, fuel" Fred Huitner Sr 900 F. Wm. Thaves 22'n J. F. Faulkner s 61 Farmers Coop. Elevator c'o 12.33 19.19 19.95 30.00 6.W 10.00 40.32 64.70 THROW AWAY Advertising By FRANK E. TRIPP General Manager, Gannett Newspapers Here Are Four Outstanding Arguments Applicable to Throw Away Advertising tKnlv ation For the protection and perpetuation of the mg of ever nature o £ dvert j s ' n e authorities among depncabIe Value is paid clrcu d iH mg of every nature, both buyere and sellers of adv 6 H R lJT ati ° n - factor in P rlnted advertte- and agencies. The mere printing and dSibutfne «S "a SfvJ \ a ^tained for years bureaus even io wer than newspaper advertising space is h5 rfn^l nUmber of th row.aways at a cost Advertising value can exist only where reade? totSirt "" & ^^^ ° f advertisin S value. Second— With the better class of and Jn the * or s^-sjiaK^iar^j";;^ Kovernmentnl .-ann^ui— -« x,_ . . ' *"' OI " S 6"i governmental tlsing devices pie. • as one sr^r^^—^ !^?ss=^=t-s£Kr£H .. w.' char- gJve to every commnnitir every thelr revenue only benem a f ^ community Is a combination and ^ u f inef * and manufacturing instltu- < "^ enter P r ^s are on ly a part. The f terprlses ' however, are almost entirely de- T h ° n th6 partloular market In which they are , r v d °" e and ° nly lnstl tution conOnuonsly th 'i T aged ln th6 dw «°P™ent of that ?° al news P a Per. First of all, the local .- con Wets so S ' S0 thing inf chandise ss-svsa: s «r s that a Clty wh <> ^11 to ln tne "- l° oa l ^wspaper , Mtaa an '"dividual market and can !*, re P utati °n' a s such. Just ae truly as , n , tha maln con eregate their business ^° 8eotlons kn <wn as DualneH' dls- h6y als ° as e e ^le, their merchandise '" an acc ^ tab l« advertising medium re eag< ^ to 6ee and which °«ers somer Ore th&9 ' blatant «Plototton of mer-

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