Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 23, 1933
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PAGE srx KOSStftt CbtJNTt AIWANCJB, ALQOtfA, IOWA UftflPAY. 23, SNOW STALLS TEACHERS AT WHITTEMORE Whittemare Mar. 21—Miss Lynch H. S. principal, spent Sunday with friend who teaches at Manly. They drove £rom -Manly to Osage, and •were una>tole to teach Monday because they were marooned by the snowstorm. Mildred Ltndstrom, grade teacher here, was a guest of Cedar Falls friends, and because of the storm .and poor connections didn't 'get hack till late Monday forenoon. Bernice Balgeman, senior of the local high school, had charge of iher room. Supt. Rochford and his family spent Sunday with Mr. Rochford's parents at New Hampton. Mr. Rochford tried to return Sunday, :but got only as far as Mason City, where he had to leave his car and come the rest o£ the way by rail. Boy Enters Uniycrsity Ilospltul— Mr. ami Mrs. Jos. Meehan, accompanied by Mrs. Hugh Meehan and her son Billie Joe, drove to Iowa City -last week Tuesday, and Billie Joe, who entered the University hospital for examination, there for a Wesley H. S. In Music Fest Tomorrow Night Wesley, Mar. 21-/The high school home music 'festival will be given this week Friday. The program: The first three numbers will 'be given hy the orchestra—Sabo, a march, by Bennett; Little Marie, a waltz, by Bennett; Energy, an overture, by Bennett; accompanist, Maurine Hansen. The girls' glee club will give—Welcome, (Pretty Primrose, by Sinsuti; To You, by Oley Speaks; Ma Little Banjo, by Dickmont and Harris; Frances Kunz, accompanist. Enar Franzen will give two cornet solos— Lassie o' Mine, by Wolt; (Prayer Perfect, by Stenson; Helen Franzen, accompanist. The boys' glee club will give—Capital Chip, by O'Hara; Honeytown, by Herman and Parks; Maurine Mansen, accompanist. Maurine Hansen and Helen Franzen will render piano duets—March Militaire, by Schubert, Humoresque, by Dvorak. The entertainment is at Kleinpeter's hall, and will begin at S o'clock. Admission is 10 and 20c. Invln Hurries Has Tumor— Irwin Haynes was taken to Doc:or O'Brien, Mason City, one day stt-ucted to make correction on 'th tax list Ayes: All. On motion (Board adjourned to on o'clock p, hi. One o'clock p. m,—Board met pursi ant to adjournment with all member present. Motion by Balgeman and seconde by Helken that all 'sealed bids fo supplies be opened and read. Ayes All. Motion by 'Funnemark and seconde by McDonald that 4500 ft. 15 in. corru Bated culvert pipe nnd 100 ft. IS In , corrugated culvert pipe be awarded t I Iowa Culvert and Pipe Co., DC Lakota, Mar. 21 —A training : Molnes, Iowa, as per bid. Ayes: Al school for project women of Line-i 1°''™ V ? re , kc ' t and seconded bj oln and Ledyard townships was conducted at Jerry Heetland'a last "> in. tongue and groove and 100 fi week Tuesday, 20 in attendance. HJ n ' A relnfor An' conoreto ^^"f i Ve ^J aid9 / or / chleve m e nti^Motlon eS bV McDonald and seconder day at Burt May 24 . A pageant and by Helken that letting of bids on gas a style show will be new features. i?! ine . nn<J olls °e continued imtl Lincoln - Ledyard F. B. Women Meet others returned last Thursday, bringing Bill Meehan, who 'been at the hospital. had Yoi.fflils Arc 20 Ycnrs Weil— The E. W. ITansens, Algona, were at Herman Voight's last week Monday evening, helping the Voights celebrate their 26th wedding anniversary. .Mrs. Hansen is a sister of Mr. Voiffht, and her husband is a contractor and 'builder. found to be suffering from a tu- morous growth in the rear nasal passage. He was to undergo an operation at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Saturday morning. Irene Haynes returned at the same time A check up of -work to date in the two townships was made, and poster meetings -were planned. A covered-dish luncheon was served at noon, also a 'lunch at close of the afternoon. Mrs. iLeaverton, H. D. A., had charge of the meeting. School Fight at Whlttemore. Whittemore, Mar. 21—There was great interest in the school election here last week Monday, 294 votes being cast, which compares with 176 at the last preceding school election. W. T. Oliver and H. R. Zumach ran neck and neck, Zumach winning by only three votes, 145-142. Mr. Fleming polled 173 and remains director against 1 Mr. Kaschmitter, whose name was not on the ballot. Six ballots were spoiled. March 7th. 1933, at 2 p. m. Ayes: All Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Balgeman that 'O. W. (Hinder and w 'fc be given a cash allowance o •flO.OO per month aa per . contract Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to o'clock a, m. March 7, 1933. K. J. DUT.LraR,, County Auditor March 7, 1933 Auditor's Office, March 7, 1933 Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Procedure: LEGAL NOTICES Quilting Ifec Hold Fridny— A quilting 'beo was lield Friday, Mrs. Werner Braatz, 'hostess. Attending: Mcsdamos Margaret Heller, Fred Struecker, G. W. Welir- •span, J. H. Wehrspan, J. H. Helkmc, D. Cordcs, Arthur Heidenwith, and ^ouis Braatz. Hospital IViJent is Improved— Mrs. D. Conies has word from the Iowa City hospital that her sister, Mrs. Toi'tz, sits up a short time daily and now combs her hair, which she wasn't able to do before she was taken there. Dolores Finncll IJus Operation— Delore.s, daugiiter of JVJr. and Mrs. Robert Finnell, was operated Mercy. She had been at home three weeks, recovering from an appendicitis operation. Itlhxtml Cancels Church Services— Because of the severe storm and drifting of the roads Sunday, no services were held at the Congregational and Methodist churches. At St. Joseph church, early and NOTICE OF PKOBATK OF WILL No. 3709, State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss. In District Court, March term, 1933. To All Whom It May Concern: On motion 'Board proceeded to audit and allow bills. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by McDonald that pauper notice be served on Mrs. Adeline lUckard and Albert Cook. Ayes: All 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. ,r,. MotIon by He iken and seconded by IBaigeman that all bids on lubricating oil be rejected. Ayes: All. Motion by. MclDo'nald and seconded by Heiken that the last half taxes on £'u' w - Ppbinson Estate. .Block 18-1, , ,£,» <J , ltlon to clt5 ' of Algona, Iowa, for 1932 be reduced to £14.27, as recommended by the Town Council Algona, .Iowa, and County Auditor Instructed to make the necessary correction. Ayes: All. late mass were held, and devotions | f " edA - °l' e " 1e ^, an<J r f a<1 ' the sth followed immediately after late'"' mass. During Lent devotions were to have been held every Sunday of April, 1933, is fixed ing proof of same at for the hear- Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the on Friday morning at the 'parklj?' J ' Braley was reelected, and hospital, Rockwell City, for sinus ' T , s ' Xelson was elected to succeed Emil Wester, who declined to run again. ., , ..^...i ^T^,IJ ,_, miLiM-J _^, afternoon, but an exception was ! ", K , ^ llr . tj ° c saicl count y .or the made because of the storm, which """""'' would 'have prevented members from coming back. Two School Directors Named— At the school election last week Monday Halvor Flom Jr. and Lester Lease were elected to fill the vacancies on the board caused hy the resignation and removal of Fred Looft and Viggo Kiilsholm; Ton are hereby notified, that an 1 ,,, M !jJ, lo , n . J 3y Mti I? tmLal , a ana ". seconded instrument of writing purporting to " '" bo the last AVill and Testament of Ernest Raokow, deceased, dated January 10, 1033. having been this day Sioux City, Iowa, ?15.00 per month for one year for the care of the Davis children, of Algona, Ayes: All. trouble. She is a teacher there. To Observe Golden Wedding- Mr, and Mrs. Nick Goeders have Visitors Marooned by Strom— returned ifrc-m'Armstrong to their 1 The Lawrence Rickes, Williams, came for a visit Saturday, and because of the storm could not return. They are therefore staying 'a few days with their parents, the Cavanaufrh. Named Rexall Dealer— charles Froelichs and Henry C. L. Oavanaugh, local druggist, I Rlcl «s. Dorothy Kraus, who at- farm near Cylinder, where they •will celebrate their golden wedding March 28. has been appointed distributor here for the well known Rexall products. He .plans a sale soon. . Community Club Meets March It— The Community club met last week Tuesday evening with a good attendance. After business, lunch was served. Other Whittemore News. Erwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wegener, Chicago, formerly Whittemore, visited old friends here last week Wednesday morning. He and his father are associated with a commission firm, and he stopped here while he was looking after business in this territory. George Carmody and James Fleming played at a dance Saturday evening at Estherville. T.homas Carmody accompanied the boys as far as Emmetsburg. Because of the snowstorm' they-were unable to return till late' Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Otto >Putz and Carl Tolzmann. Minnesota Lake, Minn., spent last <week Wednesday and Thursday at the Robert and Louis iBraatz homes, and Alvina Braatz accompanied them to Minnesota for a visit. Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, her children, Mrs. Harold Kuecker, and the latter's children, all of Algona, were Friday afternoon visitors at the J. E. Walker and Arthur Heidenwith homes. Anna Krebsbach, Staceyville, is Visiting at her brother Matt's and helping care for her sister-in-law, •who fell down the cellar steps some weeks ago and broke a hip. Marie Halm and Esther Siems, teachers in rural schools near Swea City, spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Hahn and Mrs. Emily Siems. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Collins, of Independence, -have been visiting the Clyde Airharts and S. A. Savages. Mrs. Collins was formerly Myrtle Airhart. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walters, Algona, have joined the Peter Elberts, northeast of town. Leo has rented 80 acres adjoining the Elbert land. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Fleming's son James is spending a school vacation with his parents. He is a student at the Junior college, Emmetsburg. While he was here last week Wednesday Erwin Wegener, Chicago, received word that his mother-in-law at Milwaukee had died. An annual grade and high school program given by public school pupils last week Wednesday evening was well •itUiiuled. Mrs. Tom Weir and Mrs. George Balgeman and her children spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Harold Kuecker, Algona. Father Joseph Hyland, Cherokee, brother of Father John Hyland, of the local parish, visited hero Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fandel are parents of a 7%-lb. girl, born Monday, the first child, named Martha Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bowman, who lived south of Whittemore, have moved to a farm near Rodman. Tom McGovern, Clear Lake, was a business caller here last week Wednesday. Mrs. Margaret Krueger fell one day last week and hurt one of her legs. Mrs. Martin Meyer, Lotts Creek, is at the McCreery hospital. 4 Child breaks a leg. Burt, Mar. 21—The 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Haag ^slipped and fell on the floor last Wednesday and broke a leg. tends school at Manly, spent the •week-end at home. Miss McGee visited at Humboldt. Prominent Brltt Man Dies— A number of friends from here attended the funeral of August Anderson at Britt last Thursday. His daughter Lena once taught in the Wesley vicinity, and members of the Anderson family often visited the August Engstroms and other Wesley friends. Founders' Day Is Postponed— The Methodist W. 'F. M. S. has postponed its Founders' day program for at least a week, because of the snow, -which makes it practically impossible for them to gather for practice. Other Wesley News. DeEtta Hall, public school principal at Forest City, spent the week-end at home, and "because of the storm took a roundabout way of returning. She took the train from here to Brltt, and from the latter point went on the M. & St. L. to Forest City. This would keep her up nearly all night. Mrs. O. C. Dawson, Mason City, who had been visiting Tier son Arlo and brother, Preston Chapin, for some time, returned home Saturday. She was accompanied by the Mesdames Arlo Dawson, Guy M. Butts, John Amesbury, and William Sturdivant, -who spent the day shopping. The Jorgen Skow family attended a district Christian Endeavor convention at Mason City Saturday. A group of Congregational young people planned to go from here for the second day, Sunday, but were prevented by the storm. Anna Flom has been visiting Mrs. R. Bernsten, wife of the Congregational pastor at Britt, since Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Paulson did not fill their usual appointment at Forest City Sunday, because of snow-filled roads. The Ihno Gerdes family returned Saturday from Chicago, where they visited the Peter Gerdes, and also met Mr. Gerdes' eldest daughter, California, who came there with an entertainment company. The Study club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. A. M. Lease. Mrs. Leo Bleich will read a one-act play; and roll call -will be answered by naming a recent play. The Methodist Aid will meet Wednesday, March 29, with Mrs. A. M. Lease. Lunch will be served, and the Mesdames Haynes and Mullin are assistant hostesses. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3711. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, March term, 1933. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of John W. Harris, deceased, dated January 14, 1933, having been this ^» day filed, opened and read, the 18th 5 day of April, 1933, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, lowu, before t.he District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court,- and at nine o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and 1 required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last W1TI and Testament of said deceased!. Wated at Algona, Iowa, March 15, 1933. E. J. MfcEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alm« Greiner; Deputy. Shumway & Kelly, Attorneys. 2T-29 IQOK at IT PAVJ Clerk of said Court, and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cauee, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, March. 4, 1933. E. J. McEVOV Clerk of n.-.stiiict Court. Alma Greiner, Deputy. A. Hutchison. Attorney. 26-2S On motion Board proceeded to Audit ana Allow bills as per "Schedule of Claims" hereinafter written: SOHBDCTLE OP CLAIMS COUNTIY FUND Ity of Algona, light service. 19.86 Hugh 'Post, express .... ...... _______ 426 C. A. Momyer & Sons, stamps 2.00 Carl Dahlhauser, costs ...... 11049 Bancroft Register, sup. .... ... 1335 Chas. Clapsaddle. bty ......... Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel service ................... _____ . 31d J. Backus, postage . ....... 12.00 246.00 3.10 166.S2 M6.9S 18226 42.25 110.99 TOCO 570 16 2O —aivs saanraHS jo STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS; Notice is hereby given 1 tfeut by- virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rend'ered 1 In said Court on the 16th day of February, 1933, in favor of C&ri's AI- bertsen, as plaintiff, and agafnst Mabel Burley and A. W. Buriey. as defendants, for the sum of Fifty- seven Hundred Forty-five* and 98/100 ($6746.98) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Twenty-nine and 31/100 ($129.31) Dollars and accruing costs, r have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Mabel Burley and A. W. Burley et al to satisfy saifl execution, to-wit: The (Northwest Quarter (NWVt) of Section Twenty-nine (29), Township Ninety-nine (99) Range Thirty (30), West of the Sth P M.; 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 6th day of April, 1933, 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 due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 8th day of March, 1933. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa. By Casey 'Loss, Deputy. VAN Ness & Stillman, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 27-28 M. Smith, engineer .. Chas. 'Clapsaddle, bty F. J. IBalgeman, com. and session W. E. McDonald, com. and session 165.01 Olaf Funnemark, com; ainil session _ Jhas. Morris, com. and session P. J. Helken, com. and ses; ... Vlaurlce C. MOMahon. exjn. ... Bansroft Register, pub. proc- Mary K. Sands, salary Alice M. Hutchlns, labor Vern E. ISchwIetert, labor- Carl Dahlhauser, care prisoners. Wm. Shirley, exp ...... P. Eckholm, registrars E. Wortman, registrar . B. Holllster, registrar .... Alice 'Grethen. registrar 3. A. Thompson, reg-istrazr ... Wm. 'Boyken, registrar R. H. IFinnell, registrar Adah Carlson, registrar Arthur Hof, registrar rred A. Dlekmann, regislrar. Katt Parrott & Sons Co., sup. Typewriter -Exchange, repairs <lipto Loose Leaf Co., sup. ..j Koch Brothers, sup. I Board Proceedings February 28, 1933 Auditor's Office 'Feb. 2S, 1933. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Helken that the refund of $1.53 be fflven Karl Krebs because of being erroneously assessed. Ayes: All. Motion by Balgeman and seconded by McDonald that the taxes of David W. iRamm I^ot three (3) Block seven (7), of the Original Town Plat, Lu Verne, Iowa, be suspended for the years 1929, 1030, 1931, and 1932 as recommended by the Town Council of Lu Verne. Iowa. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Balgeman that Secondary Road Petition No. 245 for gravel be placed file. Ayes: All. . Motion by McDonald and seconded by Funnemark that the taxes on Lot five (o) Call's Addition to Algona, Iowa, be apportioned equally, of Lot / (226) toe paid by Ida Mae Peatotnlk and Lol (5) Block (226 less the Soulh 60 feet of Block (226) Call's Addition to Algona, Iowa, be paid by Will Aman. and County Treasurer in eight Iowa. Motion by iFunnerriark and seconded by IBalgeman that Mr. Huschka be refunded 50c county poll tax for the year 1931 because of being erroneously assessed, and county auditor instructed to refund same. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Balgeman that the contract for &>,000 gal. gasoline be awarded to the "Royal 400 Oil Co." for the year 1933. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Heiken that a refund of $7.-15 be made to Geo. F. Foertsch because of being erroneously assessed in 1931 and county auditor instructed to refund same. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Funnemark that Mrs. Christina Peterson be given a cash allowance of ?5.00 per month beginning March 1 1933. Ayes: All. Motion by Balgemnn and seconded by Heiken that pauper notices- be served on the following: Mrs. Dorothy Shalto, Bernard -Finn, Mrs. -Edward Anderson and child, Lyman I. Way, A. A. Mettler, grading proj. No. 29 ........ 195.61 A. Ai Mettler, grading proj. No. 90 .... 191.70 Don T. >Nugent. asst. engr. .. 140.00 Humboldt Co., Sec. 'Rd, Const, fund, Kosstith Co., share ... 434.94 State Farm Mutual Automobile Ins. Co., ins Ubbo Winters, rd, mtff Geo. J. Wlnkel, rd. mtff T. L. Thorsen, rd. mtg H. F. Schultz, rd. mtg Harry Sabln, rd. mtg. W. H. Sehwletert. rd. mtg. Ros. Mawdsley, rd. mtg. .. Geo. Moulten, rd, mtg Peter Looft, rd, mtg Lewis Gast, rd. mtg Tom Berg, rd. mtg John Arndorfer, rd, mtg. ., L. A. Boleneus, rd. mtg. ... Chris (Brandt, rd. mtg John (Finders, rd. mtg. 9.04 9.06 6.90 10.60 6.49 6.84 6.40 6.26 S.72 S.92 6.6S 10.46 (j.64 8.96 7.SO 6.S2 Andrew A. (Fangman, rd. mtg. 7.94 Frank Pacobs, rd. mtg 10.18 Herman Harms, rd mtg ... John Hellman, rd. mtg. ... Sim Leigh, rd. mtg Henry Elschetd, rd. mtg. . G. IB.. Risk, rd. mtg Frank Clapsaddle. rd. mtg. A R Crulkshank, rd mtg . B. F. Edwards, rd. mtg. ... K, G. Ewoldt, rd. mtg Axel -Erlokson, rd. mtg. ... 6.26 7.80 6.40 5.42 9.48 7.SO 5.70 7.3S 7.10 10.32 ROAD MAINTENANCE 'FUND P. D. -Pruisman, patrol 47.60 Wilbur A, Fisher, patrol .. .. 38.15 Pearly C. Haynes, patrol .. .. 31.20 ~ ' " 62.40 . 31.20 Hans W. INlelsen. patrol ..... 19.60 Oscar Earing, patrol ... .. J. F. Qulnn, patrol VIll Leeper. patrol hester Alme, patrol r ay Godden, drag. 3arton J Warner Co., sup "Mty of Algona, light serv. ... Jhlcago & Northwestern R.'y, frt Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. serv Central States Elec. Co.. light serv ! lem Goodman, labor ' Vm. O. Ludwig, patrol Weir, patrol Vm. F. Gronbach, patrol .... 'oe Helderscheldt, patrol ohn S. 'Nelson, patrol 3oodman Hundsness, patrol.. " and Walter A. Pike. Ayes: All. 260 Ewing, patrol H. Montgomery, patrol .... oe M. Esser. labor ,yel! W. Miller, labor 3 eter Movick, patrol Hfford Holmes labor Villiam Schlpull, drag 1. J. Studer, drag eo. B. Strelt, drag . A. Butcher, drag larl Trenary, drag Inno Eden, drag iDUls Scott, drag .. M. Gustafson, drag 'rank Rlebhoff, drag eter N. Hansen. drag Vm. Speicher, drag aron W. 'Steussy, drag eter <N. Thllsres, drag swald IF. Lalller, drag ftlllam, Fritz, drag eander Vaske, drag . X. Wllhelml, drag. oren Byei-s, drag ecil Thoreson, drag (Rich Potratz. drag -C. C- Anderson, drag Albert Looft, drag .... Joe Mayne, drag Sam Harr, drag., clmd. $0,00; allowed Fred 'Butterfield. drag.; clmd. $7.SO; allowed John Simmons, drag Glen Mino, drag Thomas Berg, drag Melvin P. Cody, drag John Hanselman, patrol 8.40 31.00 10.80 9.30 4.25 672.39 6.54 3.11 5.06 1.00 5.60 Sfi.OO 19.00 31.20 58.20 44.80 4.SO 73.00 63.00 14.40 32.25 3D.20 14.85 4.80 9.00 7.00 6.60 S.OO 3.90 9.00 10.13 4.50 2.50 10.35 1.00 11.25 3.25 B.OO 4.25 33.50 12.00 4.40 S.OO 9.S3 15.00 9.00 5.00 (5.50 9.00 7.50 11.20 7.35 95.85 Wiltse family ......... 9.00 W. W, Harris 3.00 W. Johnson 7.60 J. (H. Richard 3.00- Mathlson 8.00 Thos. Akre, prov Jena Knudsen 'E. L. 'Padgett 4.60 J. Sohmldt 8.00 Council Oak Store, prov. M. Schoolman , H. R. Sorensen & Co., prov. . M. Fransen 9.00 Dave Hasz 5.00 E. Jones ', 12.00 .Ray Larson 10.00 Mllo intent* 6.00 J. Schlmmel 2.76 C. Taft 2.60 .Xheo Thompson 0.00 Mrs. G. E. Van Dorston 32.25 Jessie E. Steven, prov. Chas. 'Gunder Moe & SJogren, prov.; clmd. 23.00 10.60 S.OO 68.50 8.31 64.00 $65.49; allowed A. Kromlnga 7.00 •H. Carroll 9.00 C. Neitzel ... .. ., 19.26 J. Seifert 10.00 Wm. Vanderwerf 6.00 >L. K. Johnson .. 9.00 O. Gunder 2.7S Mrs. Chapin ... 1.00 R. A. Clark, prov 2-1.76 Aug. Rosenau 7.50 B. Holtcamp 5.00 Wm. IFunk 6.50 L. R. Steinman 6.75' Sandy 'Stebrltz, prov. iH. Carroll SWPBRivttKXfl D**T.. NO. J Chas, Krau»e, prov.'C. John*, •on ...... ...... "> ... »< >•- 2,70 j. -L. HAskopf, fuel Mr*. SI- mons ...... ... 11.35 {Farmers' Elevator Co., fuel •• • Geo. Kruger ... ... ..< 30.08 Oliver Bingham, rent Roy Ol* •• lorn ..... 16.00 Mrs. Albert Monson, rent Carl SyVersoh t 7.00 H. H. Multln. rent Wm. Lar- • . son 10.09 J. A. Devlno, med. aid 66.69 (Raymond Becker 16.60 . ' Elmer Gerdis 60.00 Dr. iPIerro Sartor, med.. afd Wm. Winter family 9.75 Dr, J. G. Clapsaddle, mea. aid Graham family 32.00 C. H, Crotzmeyer, med. aid Blsa Orals', olmd, $50.25; allowed , .... 60.00 BUSINESS; DIRECTOR! H. QUPETCWISOR DIST, NO. <• F. Warner, rent J6hn Algona Co-op. Creamery Co., prov H. Cook 3.36 E. Beard l.fiS M, C. Frandsen 1.68 J. Helmers 1.6S Eugene Meyers l.fiS Ethel'Jones ..: 3.30 IF, Hahsen 1,68 Amy Johnson 1.6S Albert Davis 3.36 A. J. iBlanchard 1.6S 'Nels Peterson 1.68 F. M. Stoner 1.6S J. G. Schemel ... 1.68 Theo Thompson 1 l.CS •F. IGronbach 1,68 'Nettle ilagg l.gS iGlen 'Strayer ... .24 Aug. Roscnthal 1.68 Joe DuboSki 1.68 Max Mesing 54 Mrs. J. McVeigh 1.74 V. Shott 1.50 Vic Hiserodt 1.44 Wm. Vanderwerf LOS Wm. IFunk 78 J. H. Rickard 1.08 IF. Christiansen 24 Mrs. C. Neitzel 3.36 W. T. Pilcher, prov W. Johnson .* 1.68 C. Johnson 3.36 C. Gunder 2.52 F. S. Norton & Son, fuel".... Mrs, Jones 5.00 Nettle Hugs 10.00 Mrs. Stedman 10.00 Bob Dutton S.12 .Steinman 4.32 J. Umfterhauer S.22 Henry Cook 8.22 Milo Rentz 5.00 Anderson Grain & Coal Co., 2.16 47.28 7.56 58.88 S. D. McDonald, patrol 71.75 Geo. Miller, labor Frank J F. Weiner, labor ... ], /R'obert H. Bell, labor Lu Verne Auto & Machine Co., labor ; Frank Clapsaddle, drag Frank Flalg, labor 'Geo. Hollzbauer, sup P., C. Dahl, sup. Pearson Automobile Co., sup. Kossuth Co. Implement Co., sup Clapp's Master Service, sup. . Pratl Electric Co., sup Botsford Lumber Co., sup. ... F. S. Norton & Son. sup Kphlhaas OHdw,, sip C, S. Johnson, sup. ... da. Mach. & Sup. Co., sup Barton-Warner Co., sup Gibbs-Cook Tractor & Equip. Co., sup 9.sc Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co., sup.. 23J70 1.50 4.20 5.00 3.00 3.00 4.45 17.52 7.50 9.50 14.59 1.00 35.00 15.45 2.28 13.55 4.15 1G8.23 16.75 Economy Welding Works, 5.75 .75 5.25 4.00 3.00 4.00 H.75 4.00 4.50 4.95 25.41 27183 20.00 10.00 325 Advance Pub. Co., sup LTnderwood Agency, repairs .. :.aird & McCullough, rent .... Metropolitan Supply Co., sup. Crescent Printing Co., supi . Algona Flour & Feed Co., sup; 1030 Darrow Chemical Co., sup. ... 2T.58 ?. V. Janse, med. aid 2.00 a. State fPenitenllary,, sup; ..... ly.ST Hen's Reformatory, sup; .. .... j.52 Cohlhaaa Hdw., sup 100 Jangan Paper Co., supplies .. 61'! 25 Midland Chemical Laboratories, supplies 35 (B Hoe i& SJogren, sup .... .... JJQ HIgley Chemical Co., sup 30.52 Algona Steam Laundry, cleaning 1.20 S. A. Clark, prov .30 C. R. Harris, sup 90 Say B. Hall, weed; com 13-.12 T Cossuth Co. Farm Bureau' appropriation ... '. .. ffl2:49 3. 'H. Beardsley, assessor >e O. Wolfe, pub. notice 100.00 ft.00 Vdvanee iPub. Co., pub. proc.. J2307 T. IB. BRAIDil'CATION iFtKNJD 'F. Zlnnel, cattle Indemn;.. 12OT S. E. Anliker, aattle Indian-,,.. t-tT.4 Slmer Bell, cattle indemn. ... 1102 Thomas Molaskl, cattle im, - demn ...... . .................. 10.99 Schmidt IBros., cattle Indemn:. •red Traub, catUc Indemn. . 1. H. Walker, cattle indemrt -lans Wllberg, cattle Indemn.. 09] 51.34 42.48 1294 sup. Advance Pub. Co., pub. notice Sleg-Ft. Dodge Co., sup Central States Elee. Co., light serv IBotsford Lumber Co., sup. ... I.one Rock Tel. Co., tel. serv. Standard Oil Co., sup Champlln Refining Co., sup.., .Phillip Petroleum Co., gup. ... Peerless Oil Co., sup Farmers Co-op. Exchange, sup DRAINAGE 'F<UNI> Dr. 82— Thomas 'Berg, labor 'H-JK Jt. No. S— iFarmers Elev. Co., tile .. ... POOR FHJNlD H. R. Sorenson & Co., prov. 'Ben 'RIppentrop Tiede, prov •Geo. Scribner 16.63 Elmer Dennen 6.85 Corwith I, G. A. Store, prov. Mrs. Helmke Henry Bros., hog, Ben RIppen- trop Herman Wise, prov Joe Fraser iLlchty & Ross, prov. E. Zeut- lau C S Johnson, prov H Kock iBenedtct's Store, prov. <F. Stewart 1.69 F. Schmidt 13.34 Wm. Hedrlck 10.05 'Basket Grocery, prov. (Fred Bclsch Thos Akre, prov (H Koch ... Wm. IB. (Devine, prov. Nick Klein R. A. Clark, prov Olto Callies 600 Albert Olson 200 (Mrs. W. H. Ellia. prov. Scribner F. H. Hintz, prov. Wm. Hed- ricfc Jr. 63.26 1.95 39.0f, 2.36 5.80 15.10 56.86 67.92 75.62 298.57 51.87 9.00 1.10 9.21 21.48 7.S5 12.00 11.45 20.00 20.00 24.98 8.04 11.74 3.87 8.00 3.36 1.40 L. W. iRutledge, prov. Sartkey 7.00 A. A. Miller, rent, Albert , .. Martin Wilbere, cattle indem. 3749 Too Traub, cuttle indemn-. 53.74 -- — • — t — M«UI.»*J *u<-<i^iiiij, .... fc . UQ, 41 Nick Thllges, cattle Indeima... 10.87 Co., books FUND 51.43 3enj. H. Sanborn & Co., books 13 50 3oughton SHfflin Co.. .. 3ook Supply So., books ...... John C. Winston Co., booiks T'ollett Book Co.. books Omaha School books .... Supply Co., Book Supply (Co., books .. Ginn & Co., books ........... Wallace. Pub. 'Co., boufcs .. la. Puptls (Reading Circle, books ....................... Websier Pub. Co., hooks .'. Wm. Shirley, express pd ..... Henry Klepper, listing dogs.. Frett C. Wegener, listing does Leon J. Woi-den. listing dogs COURT FUND Matthew C. iGrlei-, reporter . W. J. Davison, J, P. fees ..... Walter Steward, constable ... W. J. Davidson, J. P. fees ... Walter Steward, constable ... Carl Dahlhaussr, sheriff .. .. R. A. Palmer, ballitt ... State's Cafe, meals ...... H. B. White, J. P. fees ...... F. A. Newvllle. constable ..... C. F. Specht, mayor ........ F. W. Green, marshal ... . Julius Ferstl, witness ........ Harry Hart, witness ......... I P. A. Danson, J. P. fees .. .. W. H. Stewart, constable ____ , ____ „ ROAD CONSHRIUCTION BlUNiD 7.78 4.63 2.51 19.30 5.75 82,75 10.9-1 13.29 48.73 13.00 1.21 S.20 8.30 2.60 £34.20 2.00 4.20 2.00 3.14 11.86 CO.OO 5.40 3.5« 1.61 3.00 4.89 1.40 .70 9.90 25.99 A. A. Mettler, grading proj. No. 4 A. A. Mettler, grading proj. No. 15 A. A. Metller, grading proj. 62.82 203.22 grading grading' grading grading proj. Proj. proj! proj'. .No. 10 A. A. Mettler, grading 1 proj! No. 22 ... 3132 A. A. Mettler, grading proj. A. A. Mettler," •No. 24 A. A. Metller, No. 1 A. A. Mettler, No. 21 A. A, Mettler, No. » A. A. Mettler, No. 10 89.67 152.16 140.61 Helmke 9.00 John iSpllles, rent, 'Saager .... 16.00 Fred Tiede, rent Geo. Scribner 10.00 A. E. Pasley, rent. Joe 'Fras- cr, clmd.'$10.00; allowed .. .. 8.00 J. L. Devine, rent (Ben iGlsch 10.00 B. F. Burtis, renl Zeutlau family 1000 Adelia Bell, rent F. IRteupo .. e'.OO B. J. Gales, rent Nick Klein. 4 9 00 Farmers Elevator Co., coal Ed Belsch 9.53 Sanford '£ Llndebak. fuel 49.69 Scribner 737 Mike Weisa 4^53 F. Stewarl 7.83 A. Wegner 8.28 Danner g.55 Ketlau 6.55 G. Scribner 6.48 P. V. Janse, med. aid. clmd. 133.00; allowed 2&50 Ed Blelsch 3.. 1 R .60 G. W. Guilder 10.00 O. Callies 200 Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care J. Dunn GHOO Mrs. D. Cordes, care Mrs Otto Tietz, clmd. $60; all'd. 3000 Frank -Clapsaddle, investigating Dennis family 2.60 SUPERVISOR DIST. NO 2 John E. Moulds, rent Max Mesing; clmd. $15; allowed . 1009 Chas. Redemske, rent Sandy Stebrltz ,. 7.00 J. L. Bonar, rent M c .Franclsen, clmd. $12; allowed 1000 J. T. 'Bohannon, rent Scllenau 10.00 Carl Wauge, rent Ben Nolle. 1000 Anna Montour. rent Wilfred Johnson 1000 Lucia Wallace, rent Wilbur Holdren Leonore A. M. Peck, rent', Frank Hanson ... 1090 "Bertha M. Murtagh, rent Clara Neitzel C. B. Murtagh, iGuar'diani rent Chas. Runchey 10.00 C. b. Johnson, prov 7900 C. K. Johnson 900 R ; 5; ste .y ens 20.00 Al Blanchard 30 00 Alb. Davis 1475 Amy Johnson 12XX) 'H. A. Adams 200 Mary Simons ... . B'OO Jens Knudsen '. 30) J. Schemel 215 grading proj. 197.28 Long's Grocery, 'prov IF. Hansen Mrs. Campbell .. H. B. 'Sweet BOO F. Christiansen 300 Max Mesing \\ %$ E5.CO fuel Frank Popoloskl 7.25 F. Turner 3.25 Chas. Walker G.50 C. E. Johnson 6.50 Mrs. Campbell 6.50 Hauensteln 10.00 C. Neitzel 10.00 E. Newman 5.60 J. Schtmmel e.M Mrs. Perry Thompson . 8.50 Botsford 'Lumber Co. fuel ... Mrs. J. H. Richard ... . 6.25 Mrs. Newman 5.50 F. M. Stoner s.GO J. Schemmel S.fia C. Peterson 3.90 M. C. 'Frandsen 3.75 Ed Goetsch 5.4S Ed Yemena 8.10 Mrs. Cook 85 'F. iM. Turner 4.90 Mrs. Brayton 9.50 Albert Cutler, rent M. Schoolman .. C. J. Sill, rent E. M. Bales .. Vernon (Plohn, rent C. H. Ost- wlnkel E. J. Murtagh, Adm., rent Mllo iRentz Leonore A. M. Peck, rent 'Frank Hanson Chas. iF. Nolle, rent Theodore 70.CO 79.75 4.00 8.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 Thompson ................. 1000 John Moulds, rent Max Mesing ...... * ................... A. Vanderllnden, rent Johnson, clmd. J12.00; allowed . . . M. J. Jones, rent (RI. J. ODulton George Hackmam rent Frank: Espe (.. 20.00 Art iBettln; prov 19.51 IBert Oodden 12.00 J. Brlggs ,.., 7.61 Kennedy Bros. Co.," prov, Ltute Simmons • 15.22 Hoods Cash Store, prov 37.03 N. J. Nemmers ... ,".; ,. 15.09 Mra L. Conwa'y 12.60 Mrs. Doss 9.58 A. A. Droeaaler. prov. Edna 'Johnson fi.S2 Merrill Bros., prov t. ... 83.22 ..J. Robertson 12.00 ' Peter Peterson '32.*0 Mrs. iP. Giles 10.00 Mrs. O. Tyler 10.23 Amos (Bergman 11.99 Mrs. H. Jshnson 27.00 ,T. F. Menke, rent 'R. 'Cayler. 2.59 Frank MoGuIre, prov. Ntok Nemmers, clmd. $2.48; allowed 2.17 Daniel Llchllter, prov. Edna Johnson 5.32 W. A. Murray, fuel 118.60 Mabel 'Doss 10.00 Mrs. IR). Hunt 10.55 Amos Bergman 10.60 Mrs. O'Doll 10.80 Carl Buser 3.60 Mrs. Cay lor 9.50 Mrs. B. Johnson 9.40 Mrs. <Nemmera , ... .... 7.15 ' H. Coller 7.70 A. Koppcn ... ... ...• .. 10.10 Mrs. Kramer 9.15 Mrs. Con way .. .,,, .... S.8S John Tobin 2.70 Mrs. Tyler 8.50 Burt Farmers Exchange, fuel 30.95 Mrs. Klnney 9.1R W. Lockwood 9.40 J. Armstrong ... 12.40 Mrs. Ellen McCowlen, rent Peter O. 'Peterson 8.00 (Henry Langerman, Trustee, rent Clms. Glaus, clmd. $37.50; allowed Oliver Moe, rent Mrs. Conway Mrs. S. J. Stehle, rent J. Kramer, clmd. $24; allowed .... S. W. Meyer, med. aid Maurice Bllsborough, clmd, $19; allowed J. A. Cevine, med. aid Mrs. Joe Kramer 1.00 Amos (Bergman 2.50 Mrs. 'R. Hunt .1 1.00 Nick Nemmers 5.00 Mrs. Wad O'iDell 2.00 Dr. J. IG. Clapsaddle, med. aid 'Bert IGOdden fam General Hospital, hosp. care Maurice (Bilsborough Augusta 'Kinney, care Darrel Geist, clmd. $20;. allowed .... SUPERVISOR DIST. NO. 5 D. D. Scriven, Ins. premium, Noel Entwlstle C. J. Appelquist, prov. K088UTII Weekly Ne Wspaper Bntered a» December 31, at Algona, ot at " W. B. Quarton Phono*: Law Offices,'' Office 427, Algona, *ONAIl Office phone 480-W. Phone*: Office, 6. E. MOM., 403. HARRINGTON r. P. Harrington L AUorneys-at-La' w h Office, 28; TP . — ' B. J. VAN Lawyers Phone Q. D. Shumway BHPMWAY & Attorneys-nt-Ltiw A. 20.00 20.00 20.00 17.50 8.62 9.00 9.00 14.00 Mrs. Hutchinson ....... S.S7 J. Campbell ........... 2.54 F. B. Hagedorn ....... 2.00 Fred c. Huettner Jr., prov. Wm. Thaves ............... Thaves Sistera, prov ......... F. W. Thaves ......... 6.00 Mrs. A. Werrlnga ..... 6.76 D. A. [Hasan. Trustee, prov. Ed. Anderson ............. Farmers Co-op. Exchange. .6.90 13.41 0 Office in Quinby Phone iso HIUAM B. WHITE Attornoy-nt-Law Office over Iowa State Banl Phone 206. P. A. DAJfSOff Attorney. At-Lmv Office over Iowa State „„ Phones: Office, 4GO-J.; Res.) En Anderson ... IClara Erlckson .. Netlle Pelerson . Mrs. Johnson ... Wm. Norris Mrs. Hutchlnson Elmer Anderson Bert Wiilard ... Bud Hanson 23.97 31.15 1.55 3.05 12.15 6.05 8.10' 4.60 4.05 4.20 11.76 8.99 S5.27 10.00 1000 ............ Mra Andrew Peterson 1 , renl 'Ethel Jones ................ jo.OO Ohas. Redemske. renl Slebrllz Sandy Victor Johnson, rent IBtofr Steven ..'. J. W. Kelly, rent AV J. Davfsl 10.00 -_. • • ---- «• Mrs. Anna McGee - ~--~ .** u,. i-rtwicy.. Carney,, rent J .................... Blanche Slagle, rent Verrr Rutledge ........ .... ........... Mrs. 'Helen Kopkifej. rent Aug. Rosenau J. T. Bohannon. nau rent Sel'Ie- P. V. Janse, mei ail'a „ Mllo Rentz ' "I'm •C! -n~L 1.W TO.«0 F. Peterson E. M. „ . 13.00 Turner- jaw, Orvil Dlxsoni'.,'...'.'.IT I". gfi> Mrs. Vanderwerf .... . . i'oo R. 'Helmers 2 o> M. R. Mesing-. I" £ W Esther Franzan 3700 Carl Taft 2500 Wilbur Holdrem '. 700 Art Neitzel' 3 M <-. H. Cretzmeyerj. med. aid Harry PrlcharcT 75.00 mhel Jones. 2S09 Mrs. Keepher 2l"oO R. A. Evans, med?. aid . Chas. Gunder 706 H. Cook " 2yt J. Umberhaiuser .... 1*25 J. MoVey 'rn fLottie Wagner' ".'.'. i'oo Mrs. Seifert ... " 75 M. G. CBourne, med. aid '.. Mrs. Hugh CarroH .... ftjo Mra -Fry »?"ijj Mrs. X H. iRickard '.'.'.". 1w a. M:. Black a<JJ V. L. Stebbins,. graves ... Esther Frandsen .... SOO J. H. IRHckard 300 General Hospital, hosp. care 119.00 9.37 5550 ... (Larson ... D. James, stip Chas. Gunder ..." .' IG. E. Van 'Dorston 600 K 1200 CIara care Franen .40 K^CC^;^'^^ as Esther Frandsen J> 4500 AW H. Fuchs, funeral exp "of 5 '°° Marie Baumgartner ... 30 6 2 Bloom'a S.tore, sup. ... S'S Co. .Farm ... . /AA - jB - iib «• Piatt •;.-, •.".: '1m Mrs. Stedman . Mrs. Stebrltz '.'..".'.'. J. P. Schissel & Son, fuel.... 64.21 J. 'F. Faulkner 12.70 F. W. Thaves 13.24 Frank Miller 6.43 Mrs. Alb Werlnga fi.96 C. R. Lewis 6.SO .Ike Harms 4.85 Erman Hanson 6.43 J. H. Meyer Sr 7.00 F.. Weyerhaeuser Co., fuel ... Mrs. O. Brauer 14.43 , 'Bert Seifert 10.71 Northern Lumber Co., fuel .. Bud Hanson 3.85 Albln Peterson -... 2.80 C. G. Dourte, renl Ed Anderson C. E. Hohlln, rent Mrs. H. K. Hutchinson Art Lester, rent ... Frank Miller 608 Joe Faulkner 10.09 Mrs. Ben Rushton, rent A. R. Peterson, clmd. $30; allowed C. H. Stelnberger, rent (Floyd SHagedorn »r 1C. W. 'Lundquist. med. aid • H. Hanson 2750 Cerro Gordo Co., care Max Arndt, clmd. »95.25; allowed. '7026 Dr. C. W. Lundquist, med. aid Ed Anderson - «i 75 G. D. Curtis, funeral exp. Ed Anderson Mrs. Mary Webster, care"Noei Entwlstle Wm. Johnson & Co, prov.: clmd. $29.59; allowed .. Ed Anderson 495 Co Farm 333 General poor 10,73 COUNTY FARM JOHN N. - Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug i Office phone 300 Res. phono 326. C. H. CHETZMEYEB Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbraith BlT Phones: Office, 310; res,. *Jgona P. T. JANSE, M. B. Phjslclan nnd Surgeon Office on South Dodgo Stro. Phones: Office, 866; residence,! Algona, Iowa WALTEB PRA8EB, M. D,| Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bldg., Rooml Phone No. 12 MEI/VIN G. BOUBNI Physician and Surgeon . Office In Postofflce Block 1 Phones: Office, 197; resident! 2514 6.66 10.00 14.00 15.00 10.00 6.00 45.00 45.00 19.56 «26 Frank Miller, light serv. Goedera Co., sup . J. W. Neville, sup.,'..!"..;" " John Hennlng. labor '".'. R. A. Clark, prov Thos. Akre, prov. Kohlhaas Hdw., sup Fred W. Wehler & Co.,'"rel (Fred Park,' exp'.' V..".'.'.". K, D. James, sup P. V. Janse, med. aid Farmers Elevator Co., sun"" Algona Flour & Feed Co., sup American IRed Cross, goods for poor relief CT on Edwin W. Lusby, sup.,' poor! SoS 4.35 20.91 9.83 30.00 20.73 47.00 . Green',' serving'poor' no- Carl iDahrh'auser,'' serving poor 1.00 1.58 notice .1.80 |to-nrhlre^ :or: d h e a r t ed th a a nd CO d U .?ec'te^ U t d o 8S'nS5S??A' -1 «*!JSSS It B. J. HUTLER, County Auditor. I 1 "5? n tpPROBLEMS ARE INVITED W. J). ANDREWS, B. C. ORteoputhle Phjmlelan and Located In General Hospital! Phones: Office 187. Re». Ut| B. A. EVANS, H. D. , Over Borchardt Drug Stwl Phoiua: Residence S12, offloe Algona, Iowa. = ' • DENTISTS 1 1»B. H. M. OLSON Dentlit. Gas or novocaine used (or | traction. Located oyer Chriatenaen ! Phonea: Biurinegg 186, resMewtJ Algopa, I«wa t VETERINARIANS I* W. FOX J. B. WINKEI Veterinarians West State Street, AlgoniJ Phones: Office. 47S-W.; re3,J INSURANCE . ~ K988TJTH Ci)UNa r MCTD IN8UKANCE ASSOCIATION Over 115,000,000 worth of in In force, •ecure. A home- conipany, J. O. Paxson, Ser City Property -Loan* Farm 1 Insurance, Real flstate. CUNNINGHAM & lACIi tOT W. State St. Loam $300 or leas obtained quickly <""| . • personal security. For additional information" Writ« or phone CUNNINGHAM & 1 Algona Representing Federal Finance Co. J ^^^^^••••^••••••••••i^g DIS Sharpenii You will be surprised cheaply you can S et disc sharpened at the T. Wood & Iron Works spring. Drop in andwj our special March B. A. Thori

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