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IGESIX LIBRARY BLDG,, LAKOTA, GIVEN BYALGONIAN 'Lakota, Sept. 19—Dakota's town, library has for many years gone under the name of the Seymour library as Mrs. Seymour, fonnerly of Lakota, now of Algona, owned the building and allowed the library association the use of it upon payment of the insurance. Recently Mrs. Seymour deeded the building to the town to be used for a library, and asked that it be called the Ger- imania library. The Library asso- , ciation was organized 30 years ago j ; , ( and after a year or two was spon- .'sored by the Acorn club, but was Plater managed by regular library .i officers. There has never <been a town tax for expenses, but funds have been raised by yearly dues, teas, money donations and hook donations. The library board is composed of W. B. Ley, E. J. Woodworth, Postmaster Bargar, and the officers of the association, Mesdames A. Schissel, iRohert Williams, W. B. Gutknecht, and R. E. Hamquist. The town council sponsored the repair work on the building, and some of the men donated their work in shingling, painting, papering, etc . The Sauerkraut day committee gave $36.25 to the association to be used for new hooks. The books are being repaired and replaced this week and the library iwill be open 'Friday afternoon as usual. Lakota was called "Germania" till the World war hysteria caused the name to be changed, and "•Lakota" was substituted. Aeorn Club Resumes Work— KOSStrfH COtiNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA W. J, rayne, Editor. Clmrlcs Klnmp, Field Reporter. L. H. Mansen, five miles south of Algona, farms 100 acres. This is the farm where Alex Gillingham used to live. It is now owned by the Central Life Insurance company, which has 'built a new corn crib and granary, 28x24, and a new chicken house, 24x12. All buildings have been repainted, which adds much to the appearance of the place. The Hansons have three children. Wanda, the oldest, attends high school at Algona, and Richard and Milton attend country school. Milton Espe is Milton's right name, for he is Mrs. Hansen's sister's boy. 'His mother died when he was born, and he has been with the Hansens ever since. • * • * iE. J. Stoll, two miles west and four miles north of Wesley, came to Iowa 20 years ago. He farms 160 acres, years ago. pers. Many a time we raced them in the old days of mud roads to see who would get to the creamery first with a load of milk. In those days there were no farm separators. Looking back, they were the days of real sport. « « « * When we called at Walter Weis- 'brod's Saturday, Mrs. Weisbrod remarked that the children had been sick with high fevers, but were' better. There are five girls and one boy in the family. The Weisbrods farm 160 acres. They have a herd of purebred Jerseys, and are milking 12 cows at present. The farm is a mile west and miles south of iFenton, and the Weisbrods have lived there 12 years. • * * • Down at Odebolt last week we indse. ,—„-_ 422,70 Matt Parrott ft Sons Co., Mrs. Stoll died There are two four chil- The 'first Acorn club meeting after the summer vacation was held last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. John Smith, and 19 attended. At the business meeting it was decided to again give school prizes. 'Plans were made for guest day with Mrs. Frerking September 28. Mrs. Elaine Johnson had charge of the program, Glimpses of the Century of Progress, and was assisted by dren, and Ralph is with his father on the farm, while a daughter, Mrs. Lorene Johnson, lives at Titonka. * * * * Mrs. Lena Schuler, a mile east and a mile north of Sexton, kann Deutsch gut sprecheu. Mr. Schuler died two years ago, but she and the children have kept on farming. The daughter Caroline helps her mother, and Joseph and Eugene do the farm work. The boys have a tractor for heavy work. The family owns the 120 acres home farm, but rents fiO acres besides. Mrs. Frerking Johnson, each and Mrs. Harvey giving an interesting account of their visit world's fair. to the J. A. liargrar Loses Brother— J. A. Bargar received a message [Friday saying his brother Ray, of ILehigh, had "been killed in an automobile accident that day. The car, in -which were also his brother's wife and two children, collided with a truck. The children were injured, but how seriously is not known. Mr. Bargar attended his uncle's funeral last week Wednesday and the nephews, of whom Ray .was one, were pallbearers. Lincoln F. B. Women Meet- Lincoln township project women held, a regular meeting with Mrs. GuSt Koppen Friday afternoon, and 16 "• attended. Mesdames A. Q. Smith and Lars Reisem were assistant hostesses and helped serve a delicious lunch after the business meeting. Election of officers will be held at the October with Mrs. A. T. Buckets. meeting Marie Werintra is Bride — Marie, daughter of Mrs. Albert Weringa, of Lakota, and John Wirtjes Jr., were married at Blue Earth, last week Wednesday by the pastor of the Presbyterian church. They were attended by Pearl Wirtjes, sister of the groom, and Herman Weringa, brother of the 'bride. Wax O'Keofe to College — Max Olveefe left a week ago for Estherville, where he is attending Junior college and taking a course in civil engineering. Max was graduated 'from the local high school last spring and spent last summer on the farm. They are milking nine cows. • * • • We called at a farm two miles "west and two miles north of Wesley last Thursday and found a new set of buildings in course of erection. This was formerly the Kennedy farm. Mr. Kennedy was 'killed in the Wesley railroad yards '20 years ago. Doctor Adams, of Wesley, bought the farm a short time ago and is putting up a new house, 26x24, and a barn, 32x28—14 to the eaves; also a corn crib, 32x24, a chicken house, 20x12, and a hog house, 32x20. The doctor also used native rocks for all foundations. He has been hiring men by the day to do the work, and it looked as if they were doing a fine job. The men live in the Wesley neighborhood, and the doctor is thus helping to relieve the labor situation in his bailiwick. « * * * At. J. M. Patterson's, five miles south of Algona, we found the men filling two silos last week Tuesday. The silos are 50x16 feet. J. M. figured he would have 400 tons of silage, and he will need it, for he milks 18 cows and will be milking 33 next winter. His cows are all Holsteins, half of them purebreds, and he has 70 head in all. He also has 50 Hampshire fall pigs. » * * * Ben Schmidt, a mile north and two miles west of the Lotts Creek store, has been kept 'busy of late, for the Equitable Life Insurance company of (New York, owner of the place, has been having men help him clean up the yards and repair and repaint the house and outbuildings. Mrs. Schmidt is one of Henry Sheppman's daughters. Henry lives a mile north of Irvington. saw '22 five-horse mule teams at work on one farm. This was on the Adams ranch, Just south and east of Odebolt. -We were told that this ranch included 12 sections, but possibly this was an error, and possibly 12 quarter-sections, or 12 hall-sections, was meant.' We were also told that the Mr. Adams who operates the farms is a son of the founder of the Adams express company. To see the 25 mule teams following each other as they plowed a big field was a rare sight. 11.81 3.26 63.00 6.37 .25 1.'59 .65 2.84 96.07 2.50 6.00 25.73 16.00 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 4.33 Ry. Express Agency, ex- mdse. Nelson Hdw., indse. S. J. Backus, P. M., postage Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. Clapp's Master Service, mdse. ; Western Union, service _ Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Cres.co Union Elect. Co., sign r___ Collector Internal 'Revenue, July _ Deldutch Super Service, mdse. B. Finnell, adv. Ernst Thiel et at, reading, etc. meter Madden & Stillion et al, refund deposits press' 3.49 H. W. Post, frt. and dray. 67.97 Security Petroleum Co., gas, oil _ 299.26 C. M. St. P. & P. 'R'y, frt. on gas, oil ' 388.13 Midland Chemical Lab., mdse. 19.10 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service 23.80 Stand. Oil Co., mdse. 9.95 Richardson & Son, printing 26.60 Clapp's Master Service, repairs '"_ Clapp's Master Service, repairs „_„_ L^ John McChilre, labor _,.__ Advance Pub. Co., printing 1.00 1.00 6.00 25.65 Street Labor __—_ _______ $ '619.76 Geo, Banwart, hauling gravel ^ Attdy Bowman, labor ^ Ross Coleman, hauling gravel _ s _«.__ Milwaukee Road, frt. on sand Clear (Lake Sand & Gravel Co., sand H. W. Post, frt. and dray- Standard Oil Co., mdse. __ N. W JBell Tel. Co., service Haggard & Waller, print- 37.20 6.00 28.96 32.68 18.10 22.03 66.60 3.26 46.21 13.96 1.00 FIRE FUND G. C. Wright, salary 45.00 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 2.39 Clapp's Master Service, repairs Algona iFire Co., fires SEWiHR FUND J. W. Kelly, salary ing Helberg's Garage, gas and oil ._ F. W. Green, dogs fc. f 1 . (Rhodes, labor .. B. a. Stcnstrom, labor .. br. 62— iFfank R. Gronbaoh, labor Df. 68— F 1 . H. Lathrop, rod man .. Dr. 72— D. 'A. Fraser, labor Dr. 73- French Lumber 'French Lumber Co.i Fenton Mrs. O. J. Ranney, accompanied by _Mrs. F. L. Ranney, Orange, Calif., spent last week Wednesday at Edward Hauptmann's, Corwith. The Henry Englands, Iowa Falls, were visitors last week Monday at John Campbell's. Mr. England and Mrs. Campbell are cousins. Mrs. William Miers has been at Chris Widdel's since the departure of Mr. and Mrs. Widdel's daughter, Mrs. Fink, of Waterloo. The O. J. Ranneys, accompanied by Mrs. F. L. Ranney, of Orange, 'Calif., were Sunday visitors at Earl Wikox's, Ruthven. The C. M. Umpsteds left date last week to visit Mr. Umpsted's sister and husband at Chicago and attend the world's fair. The William CFreemans and the Clyde Freemans, of Emmetsburg, were Sunday visitors at Dr. J. T Waite's. The Rev. J. T. Snyders entertained a group of pastors and wives here last week Monday. The IS. E. Straleys have moved into their new house, completed last week Wednesday. WATER FUND Salaries 3«6.00 H. W. Post, frt. and dray. 22.29 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 8.86 Earl Bowman, labor 97.60 Lyle Johnson et al, labor. 36.90 Helmer Helmers et al, labor 14.10 Iowa Machinery & Supply Co., mdse. 289.93 Leighton Supply Co., mdse 39.84 A. Y. McDonald Mfg. Co., mdse. 8.36 A. D. Cook Inc., mdse. 67.16 A. P. Smith Mfg. Co., mdse 61.50 Iowa Municipal Supply Co., mdse. 9.68 Norton Machine Works, repairs 43.21 George Holtzbauer, mdse. 1.35 Clapp's Master Service, mdse. Ralph W. Geerhart, eng. .60 76.00 for water tower GENERAL FUND •Salaries 216.00 Jesse Umberihower, care dump Tom Akre, rent 12.'50 10.42 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 1.46 Skelly Oil Co., gas andoil_ '7.91 LEGAL NOTICES Farmers Adopt Orphan- Mr, and Mrs. Herman Bosnia, living northwest of town, have adopted an 18-months-old boy from an orphanage at Dubuque. They brought him home last week. Other Lnkota News. The Rev. and Mrs. Frerking took their son Norman, Virgil Smith, and Wilbur Hassebrok to Dubuque a week ago Monday, and they will continue their school work in Dubuque university. The Frerkings returned Thursday. Raymond Patterson, who has 'been in Sioux City for a month, came home a week ago Sunday for a short visit. He left last week Wednesday for Morningside college, and enrolled as a freshman. Charles and Emma Gutknecht and Mrs. Emily Gutknecht left a week ago Wednesday for Minnesota to attend the state fair. They also visited Ouluth and Virginia City and drove over into Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Cadgin, of Iowa City, spent from Wednesday to Monday visiting the Art Schissels. They all spent the week-end at the Schissel cottage at Spirit Lake. 'Lois, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (Loyal Gingrich, was taken to Iowa City last week, where an operation on her throat was performed. She is recovering. Maynard Ukena left last week for Iowa €ity to attend school. He spent the summer vacation with his mother, Mrs. Ida Ukena. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Mrs. N. E. Noble, and Harry War- •burton were dinner guests at the Frank Johnson's Sunday. The monthly meeting of the Presbyterian Sunday school officers and teachers was held at the manse Monday night. The Fort Dodge Presbytery meeting will be held at Burt next Monday and Tuesday. The E. R. Worleys went to Mason City Saturday to visit her parents till Sunday. -*Humboldt Couple Come Here to Wed Friday's Humboldt Republican reported the marriage at Algona last week Wednesday of Greta Hoag and Everett Desmidt. The Rer. C. V. Hulse performed the ceremony at 3 p. m. at the Methodist church. The couple were attended iby the bride's sistei' BeuJah and the bridegroom's brother Delmar. The bridegroom is manager of a Conoco service station at Humboldt. Henry Schneider, three miles south and a half mile west of Fenton, was repairing his tractor when we called Friday. He likes that sort _of work, being a good mechanic, and he does some outside repair work. A few days ago the Schneider son Charles, who was three years old this week Tuesday, came running from the house to the tractor his father was working on, and slipped and fell against one of the sharp lugs, which cut a hole through his cheek. The little lad is now getting along all right and helping Dad again. * * * • When we called last week Monday at W. A. Wood's, a half mile east and a mile north of Galbraith, we were shown a new girl, horn August 26. She had not yet been given a name. Mr. Wood remarked that this was the 16th child, and there are 15 children living. Two are married. Opal, eldest girl, is living near Ottosen, and Glen, eldest boy, is married and works for the McEnroe Bros., east of Algona. The others are Kenneth, Walden, Condol, 'Robert, Leonard, Dorothy, Betty, Elizabeth, Elsie, Bonnie, Jean, iElton, and the baby. One little girl, Eva Mae died when she was 20 months old. The son Robert, 16, left home May 13, which caused the family some worry, for they did not know where he had gone, but in three weeks he was home and glad to put his feet under mother's table again. He rode a freight train out to Oregon. When he started back he had only 25c in his pocket, and on the way he worked for eats. He said he learned how to pound rocks and cut wood, and he had just a penny left when he got home. Mr. Wood farms 320 acres. This is what they call the Shipley farm. * * * » At. iS. H. Striley's, \Vz miles east and two miles west of Wesley, we found the silo filled last week Tuesday and the other fall work mostly done. Mr. Striley, Clarence Ward, Henry Shore, Will Ward, Simon Hirner, Oliver Young, Axel Carlson, Fred Weig, and Edw. Youngwirth, all of the Wesley neighborhood, had gone on a fishing trip. They planned to go as far as Canada and said they would not come home till they had caught all the wall-eyed pike they wanted. They left early last week Monday morning. Now just wait for the tall fish stories! * • • * At Edward Mawdsley's, one mile north and a mile east of Irvington, the men were filling the silos last week Tuesday. Edward has put up a new one, 50x14, built of concrete, and he also has a wood silo. He remarked that he might take in the world's fair. His brother Clarence, in the same neighborhood, has also built a new silo, 60x12, also of concrete. The writer used to live in Plum Creek and has known all the Mawdsley boys since they were knee-high to grasshop- No. 3765. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, September 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 Henry J. Plathe, deceased, dated March 6, 1929, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 7th day of October, 1933, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, lowa.before the District Court of said County, or the 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 cause 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, September 1, 1933. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. Hutchison & Hutchison, Attorneys. 52-1-2 NOTICE TO EEDEEM STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. To Lute A. T. Stacy and Leonard Taylor: You are hereby notified that at a sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 1st day of December, 1930, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real estate situated in said County, to-wit: Lot One (1) of Block One (1) of L. A. T. Stacy's Addition of Algona, Iowa, was sold to W. C. Danson and duly assigned to P. A. Danson, who now holds the said certificate therefor and that right o£ redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 6th day of September, A. D. 1933. P. A. DANSON 52-1-2 Council Minutes Algona, Iowa, August 31, 1933— City council met in regular session on this day at the city hall, and among other things allowed the following bills: ELECTBIC FUND Salaries $ W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse Hitchner & Hitchner, poles Milwaukee Road, frt. on poles James R. Kearney Corp., mdse. 939.00 2.07 565.11 360.64 162.24 United Chemical Co., mdse 19.61 White Eagle Oil Corp., lubricating oil 114.10 Electric 'Supply Co., mdse. 380.94 Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse. 159.00 John A. Clark Electric Co. mdse. 165.30 Terry-Durin Co., mdse. __ 60.42 Manzel Bros. Co., mdse. 4.31 General Electric Supply Corp., mdse. 80.61 Fulton Iron Works Co., Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. 15.20 Mid-Continent Pet. Co., mdse. 1.00 M. J. Duffy, Co. Treasurer, beer licenses 150.00 Mid-Continent Petroleum Corp., mdse. 10.41 Nelson Hdw. Co., mdse. 3.76 Elbert Garage, labor >25 Kohlhaas &'iSpilles, mdse. 10.95 Tom Akre, mdse. 3.69 C. S. Johnson, mdse. .80 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse 16.06 Botstord Lumber Co., mdse 11.00 George Holtzbauer, mdse. and labor 4.15 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. Botsford Lumber Co. mdse Brick Nelson et al, labor_ Helmer Helmers, labor Oliver Bakken, labor Oliver Bakken, labor Frank Skilling, labor Willard Gregson, man and team George Gunder, labor Jess Schmidt et al, labor- Eagle Iron Works, mdae._ Fort Dodge Steel & Foundry Co., mdse. C. E. Chubb, eng. '__ H1LLCB1BST 4.00 90.00 25.00 4.80 666.36 47.70 13.76 10.00 31.26 5.00 27.60 12.60 523.68 110.27 88.20 84.86 SEWER S. B. SUP. . : Dr. 78«.. B. sup t • Dr. 80- 'F. Weyerhauser Co., siitf. ... Jack Welch, labor iRay A. Marquis, labor ... .. M. V. Stephenson, asstt engr. Dr. 81— Kohlhaas & 'Spilles, sup Nelson Hardware, sup. ... ,. iF. H, Lathrop, rodman ... .. Maurice Michel, rodman Dr. 82— Theo Dorcnbush, labor iW. H. Patterson, labor .. ,. •Henry Christiansen, labor .. •Elmore Cement & Tile Co., sup. _ _ Dr. 83- " ", """ C. M. St, P. & Pao.'R'y Co., frt IBotsford Lumber Co., sup. 9.75 6.25 7.20 1.10 14.09 4.39 3.75 6,26 12.25 1.40 .33 1.25 1.13 28.20 22.26 3.90 15.70 3.64 6.00 Council Oak Store, pfov. Amos i.W iKJomlnkft .7.".7.. .„, .. . YH u <n Algon* Co-Op, Cry. Co., pfdv. s.« JErtnia iBeard i.,'.,. , t . ,84 Amy Johnson 54 Clttrfl, Nettzel ... ,,. ..... 1.68 'Aug. Rosenau ,, .,< ,,.; .gi .(Mr* iNeltzel ., .., ...•'-,.. i.es Amy Johnson ... i S6 Mrs. Beard ;. .54 (F. M. Stoner : ,42 'Ed Mahoney ,. ,., .,, ,. ,42 Mrs. Augf. Rosenau ,.. . ,84 Kathryn Green, prov, Henry Cook ... ..,,, 7(> C, B. Johnson, prov ... \% 5, Amy Johnson , 2,60 Hauensteln 10.00 ... ... . Mrs, Josephine Myers, rent Joe •Platt ...................... 1000 Ltiola Wallace, rent Wilbur Koldren ............... ... .. 50 00 J. L. Bonar, rent M. C. 'Fraudsen . ipeter Muller, sup ............ 10.00 'John Lelnlnger, labor ... .... 15.75 Earl Laurttson, labor ...... . 11.25 Dr. 84— Herman Wise, labor ... ,.... 9.BO IF. H. Lathrop, rodman ..... 3.13 M, V. Stephenson, asst. engr. 1,75 Dr. 85— IF, Weyerhatiser Co., sup. ... 5.15 Dr. 8&S, B. (French, Lumber Co., 1.20 6.00 ADDITION FUND D. W. Bates, Rec., coupons 93.20 CITY IMPROVEMENT FUND M. J. Duffy, Co. Treas., taxes 39.29 Oscar Norman, labor 23.40 H. E. MdMurray, mdse. __ 16.00 SWIMMING POOL FUND Kenneth Mercer, salary _ Margaret Morris, salary _ Margaret Morris, salary _ Perry White, salary Joe Kelly Jr., salary Elliott Skilling, man and team . George Gunder, labor Bob Williams et al, labor_ United Electric Corp., Wallace & Tiernan Co., mdse. Kennedy & Parsons Co., mdse. Perry White, expense A. A. Sterling, mdse. Bert Deal, painting Algona Steam Laundry, laundry N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service BAND FUND Algona Military Band, services ; : 360.00 C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON. City Clerk. 37.50 37.50 37.60 %.00 40.00 7.50 5.00 12.65 6.17 2.01 36.79 6.37 7.00 .66 6.97 3.25 Dr. 86- iGeo. Onken .labor Dr. 878. B. French Lumber Co., sup .95 Dr. 88- iNorthern Lumber Co., sup... 1.30 Dr. 90—' S. B. French Lumber Co., sup 20.56 Theo iDorenbush, labor 15.00 W. H. Patterson, labor . 15.00 J. B. Cunningham, labor 2.60 Henry Rodmaker, labor .. ~ 14.50 C. H. Cooper, labor - 23.76 5S.75 Mrs. c. J. Sill, rent Frank Bales H. W. Post, rent-C. K. Johnson B. Grlnnell, rent J. MoGee ../„ Chas. Rcdomske .rent Qandy Ste/brltz Bertha M, Murray, rent Clara loot 115.00 10,00 7.00 INeltzel •,,.. 1000 30. J. Murtagh, rent Ed Belsch Mrs. Agnes C. Bllnkman. rent 'Mrs. M. A. Stedman V. ... . W. B. Quarton, rent Tatt family M. J. Jones, rent iRbbt. Dtitton Victor Johnson, rent 0Job Stcv- en John Williams, rent Mrs. Brayton , Andrew Peterson, rent Ethel 'Jones i ... C. H. Cretzmeyer, mod. aid .. Mra. Schmidt 4.00 (Mrs. Keepher .'.. ,4.00 Myrtle St. John 13,50 M. G, Bourne, med. aid ..t 10.00 2.60 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 21.50 75.00 Board Proceedings August 22, 1933. Auditor's Office, August 22, 1933. 1:30 p. m. 'Board of. Supervisors of Kossuthi County met pursuant to adjournment with all. members present. Motion by Heiken and seconded by Funnem&rk that Secondary Road District No. 255 be established according, to countyr engiaeer's report and survey. Ayes: -AIT. This belne the time heretofore fixed for gravel letting on Secondary Road Districts Nos. 231, 249, 252, and 2S3— sealed! Bid's- were- opened and read. Motion by Balgeman and seconded by McDonald that contract for gravel on Secondary IR'ottd District Nos. 22£ and 249 be awarded to John Schumacher, Bancroft, as per terms of bid and contract! for' gvaivel on • Secondary Road Districts Nos. 252 and 253 be awarded to W. >B. Williams, Algona. Ayes: All. Motion; by FVmnemarfc and seconded' by iBalgemair thai McDonald be appointed as a committee to make necessary repairs on Dr. SI for time being. Ayes: AIT. Motion' by BTcDon-al'd and seconded by Heiken that Engineer's Report on 1 . Dr. 116 be accepted and that September ]J2, 1HS3; at 1:30 o'clock be fixed as date for receiving bids on clean-out of said drain. Ayes:- All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Balgeman that Funnemark be appointed' as a committee to make repairs on Dr. 4'. Ayes: All. Motion by .Balgeman and seconded' by Funnemark that McDonald be appointed as a committee to make repairs- on Dr. 81. Ayes: All. Motion by Heiken and seconded by Funnemark that final estimate Nos. 222, 226, 239, 2-12,245 by John Schumacher be allowed. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to ntrie o'clock a. m. September 5, 1933. E. J. 'BUTLER, County Auditor. By C. S. PEAiRSQN. First Deputy Auditor. September 5, 1933. Auditor's Office September 5, 1933. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills. Motion by Heiken and seconded by Balgeman that J. IB. Schlltz be given refund of $4.00 for 1931 poll tax and exemption for 1932 poll tax as recommended by Swca township trustees, and Counts' Auditor instructed to make refund and correct minutes of June 23, 1933; County Treasurer instructed to cancel poll tax for 1932. Ayes: All. Motion 'by McDonald and seconded by Heiken that official bonds of Wm. J. Shirley for $5,000 and Grace E. Shirley for $500 be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Balgeman that contractor's bond of John Schumacher for $1267.60 and W. B. Williams for $1218 be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Heiken that F. A. Corey, Charles Chubb and H. M. Smith be appointed as commissioners to make assessment of benefits on Secondary Road Districts Noa. 231, 249, 253, and 255. Ayes: Al.. On motion Board adjourned to nine o'clock a. m. September 6, 1933. E. J. BUTLEiR, County Auditor. September 6, 1933. Auditor's Office. September 6 1933 (Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills. Motion by Heiken and seconded by Balgeman that application for soldiers' exemption of Willlamlne Dickinson be rejected. Ayea: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Balgeman that final estimate of John Schumacher on Secondary Road District No. 217 and W. B Williams on Secondary Road District No 252 and No. 263 be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Balgeman and seconded by Funnemark that Heiken be appointed OB temporary committee to make necessary repairs on Drs. 12. 31, 60, 80. 82, 161, 166. Ayea: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Heiken that Edna Black be given widow's pension as recommended by Court. Ayes: All. On motion 'Board proceeded to audit and allow bills as per "Schedule of Claims" hereinbefore written- SCHEDULE OF CUA.IMS COUNTY FUVNT> Albert Butterfield, bty ....... .$ , ....... . E-. J. McEvoy, error la probate fees ............. . ..... City of Algona. light service .. Jxabji N. Kenefick, med. aid .. H, W. Post, frt. and drsiiy. „. F. J. Balgeman, com. and. se»- T'. M. Smith, salary A, Welson, unclaimed: fees 10.00 2013 250 .93 213,05 245.00 5.00 P: J. Heiken, com. and session, 1S4!25 Chas. Morris, com. and; session 190.95 W. E. McDonald, com. omif session 188,15 Gl'mJ" Ftinnemark. com. ami session j .. 165.45 r. IT. Taylor, coal ... .157.85 Maurice C. McMahon, exp. ... 46.22 Mary- K. Sands, labor 70.00 W. H. Ricklefs, constaible .... 5.70 BUineroft 'Register, pub. notice 79.14 Eossuth: Co. Farm BWreoiuv appropriation " 270.83 Wm. STifrley, exp 20.97 Carl Bahthauser, exp. 259.00 S'. P. Eekholm, registrar 4.75 T. E. AVortman. registrar 5.25 L. B. HoIIIster, registrar 4.25 Alice Grethen, registrar .. . „ 4.00 H", A. Thompson, registrar ... 4,75 Wm. Boyken, registrar 3.00 R. H. Finnell, registrar 7.75 HUbert Severlens, labor .. .. M. V. Stephenson, asat. engr. 69.13 IF. H. JLathrop, rodman 28.75 (Maurice Michel, rodman, .... 14.25 Dr. 91— S. B. French Lumber Co., sup 4.00 Matt Laux, labor 21.00 Guy Ash, labor 13.75 Dr. 93— Geo. Onken, labor 3.00 Dr. 95- C. & N. W. R'y Co., frt. ... 30.3G Dr. 99- Hllbcrt Severiens, labor .. .. 9.60 S. B. -French Lumber Co., sup 18.95 Dr. 102— ;F. Weyerhauser Co., sup. .. 8.30 Dr. 116— Chas. Emmanuel, labor .. ..' 9.42 [Lawrence J. Clnk, labor .... 7.25 1M. V, Stephenson, asst. engr. 9.63 'F. <H. Lathrop, rodman .... .63 Dr. 120— A. J. Lawler, labor 3.60 J. B. Cunningham, labor .... 2.EO Dr. 125— Chas. Emanuel, labor ... ... 3.25 Lawrence J. Clnk, labor 2.50 Dr. 129— 'F. Weyerhauser Co., sup. ... .98 M. V. Stephenson, asst. engr. 3.GO Dr. 133— M. V. Stephenson, asst. engr. 3.50 Dr. 151— F. Weyerhauser Co., sup. ... 3.38 Ray Marquis, labor 350 Jack Welch, labor 2.60 Dr. 156— ILawrence J. Clnk, labor Mrs. Alb. Olson 6.00 Mrs. S. M. Jordan 4.00 Sarah Stedman 66.09 H. Carroll 7.00 H; Johnson i.oo .Wllford Jones ... ... .. 2.00 J. G. Clapsaddlc, med. aid Mrs. •R, Black 17 so General Hospital, hosp. care Mrs. R. Stebrltz ...... 67.50 Kosmith Hospital, hosp. care Mrs. R. Jones . 37.00 R. A. Evans, med. aid 44.75 iMrs. Henry Cook 1.00 Mrs. J. Umbenhauer . . 1.00 Mrs. O. Callles 7.50 Chas. Gunder 9.00 Mmard family 4.00 Mrs. Wm. Vandorwerf'. 15.00 Geo. W. Hunt 1.25 Mrs. Wm. Kuhn 6.00 Walter Fraser, med. aid Alb. Blanchard Laird & McCullough, ambu lance aerv. Mrs. Ralph Jones A. H, Borchardt, sup. ... Myrtle St. John 1.00 iGeo. Elmore .. .75 August German 75 iRobert German 3.00 Sarah Stedman 2.00 K. D. James, sup 42.79 M. St. John 1.50 G. E. Van Dorston ... . 35.00 Wm. Kuhn .• 1.79 Otis Moore 2.00 Mrs. Mary Taylor, care of (Mrs. Frandsen Clapp's Master Service, sup. Erlck Madison LOA $S0 to s; Vou can secure Without delay "[ 1, ly payments can suit income. , vice that you i H. H.-**124 State Street Algona T»«, Federal Dray and STORAGE OFAlI Long Distance Every load against loss and age of all kinda ped to do all t naming and dr* 8.00 1.50 7.50 7.T5 Mrs. Wilbur St. John, care of 2.83 .~_«.. * ^.«.»,!_ UB -\>imvi iu/uui~ *.• • 4,50 Chas. Emmanuel, labor 1034 Dr. 157— Lafe Simmons, labor ....... 4070 'Geo. Onken, labor S. B. French Lumber Co, sup Dr. 166- iF. Weyerhauser Co., sup. ... Northern Lumber Co., sup... •E. G. Stenstrom, labor B. IF. Rhodes, labor i 25 Ole Ivvamsdale, labor ... .... SM (Lawrence Gunderson, labor.. E.-K. Jt. No. 2— 1.96 9.50 1.95 1.75 5.00 S. B. sup, .. H.-K. 3-40— French Lumber Co., .65 1.51 Matt Laux, labor ..... 75 'Fred Maylnnd, labor .. .... ' H.-K. 4-56— French Lumber Co , iS. B. sup H.-K. Jt. No. 2- Geo. Gabrielson, labor H.-tK. Jt. No. -S— 73 339 . •Philip iFouarge, labor ... .„ 23.10 H.-K. Jt. No. S— labo r .' .......... 28.50 [Benedict Gisch,- labor W.-K. No. 46-104— Cooper & Severiens, labor LIBRAIRIY FUND Wm. Shirley, exp. . Carlson, registrar 13.75 Arthur Hof, registrar Free! A. Diekmann, registrar. J. 2.00 2.00 ________ _ . Moore, mileage ..."... ... 43.00 Lester H. Reisem, bty. Dr. M. G. iBourne'. med. aid .'. J. A. Schwartz, sup 'Wntttemore Champion, sup. ... Perkins Bros, Co., sup Peterson Studio,\ pictures of prisoners Zfon Office Supply, sup. Franklin Ribbon & Carbon Co, sup Matt Parrott & Sons Co.Y'stip' .iw«* .-n». n i Su ,,piy CQ sup „ - Rand Inc.. sun. ,. . Pratt Electric co.. sup. Nelson Hardware sup Kohlhaas & Spilles, sup'.". "" Norton Machine Works, sup. " Prank Gegiel, Brd. °of BU Rev'. Leighton Misliach, Brd! of'Rev' Mtg Frank Kohlhaas. Brd. of Rev! looo 4.03 1500 i GO Mtg - A. Foster, •Mtg ......... Brd of" Rev' Brd - Rev. L - W. Reynolds,' ' collect.' ' Road 9.00 S.Ofi 68.21 122.40 7.17 85.56 14.00 14.00 12.00 13.00 14.00 14.00 2.00 2.EO 1.75 9.80 1.00 17.60 25.50 2.05 10.00 4.60 3.05 .33 3.50 4.3S 10.40 18.00 12.50 Co., sup 86 Jack Welch, labor ... 375 y A. Marquis, labor'!!.'." 6'25 ^eyerhauser Co.. sup. ... 6!s4 Dr' 4|_ French Dumber Co. sup. 3.96 sup B ' !Pl ' ench L "wt>er Co., )r. 61-1' '• 7B f- J ; Palmer, labor 450 D? 60^ lMaa ^ r Co - SUP- - *!W Oscar (Frandie! 'collect!"'R' oa 'd poll L. A. Barslou, collect." Road poll DiRA'lNAGE FUN!D'" iGeo. Simmons, labor .. Dr. 3— •F. Weyerhaeuser Co., sup. J. B. Cunningham, labor . A. J. Lawle:-, labor iS. B. French Lumber Co. sui> Geo. Onken. labor .... Dr. 5— 'S. B. French Lumber Co. sup. ...... Dr. 7- S^ B. French Lumber Dr. i—' Nelson Hardware, sup A. J. Lawler, labor ... Dr 12— Lathrc> P' ''odman ... Co., IRay A. Dr. 20— S. B. French sup. A, J. Lawler, J. B. " Dr. 27— i, labor . Lumber Co., COUiRT FUND Matthew C. Grler, reporter C. E. Thomas, J. P. fee ... W. H.- Ricklefs, constable •13.05 2.06 4.87 10.40 2.50 6.45 Myrtle St. John 40.00 W. C. Bowman, transp. Lester Evans 11.09 SUPERYirSOR DIST. NO. 3 Dr. R. M. Wallace, med. aid (Ellis Jain girl '. 5000 Herman Wise, prov. J. Barh . 16.89 Dr. Pierre Sartor, med. aid Max Classe 38.50 G. F. Dolmage, med. aid Max .Klasse 71.50 Walter IFraser, med. aid 18.00 iPearl IRtoblnson 16.00 iRaleigh Rolke ... « 2.00 C. H. Cretzmeyer, med. aid ... 100.00 Geo. W. Wallace 50.00 iLyle Black 5000 Kossuth Hospital, hosp. care George Wallace ..,- 3300 W. J. Denton, sup. Evon Winter 9U1PEIRVISQR DIST. NO. 4 (Bettln's Cosh Store, prov. J. iBriggs BUSINE! DIRECTOI - KOSSUTH COUNT! A», Vveekly Newspaper Foundi)] Entered a» Second-Cia«« December 31, 1908. at the [ at Algona, Iowa, Under || of March 2, , 187}, W. B. Quarton QUABTOJT Law Offices Phonea: OfHco 427, re Algona, Iowa. — — — — --J. L. BONAB nrt, Attorn «y-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Office phone 460-W. 7EO Paul Gromes. prov. J, Tobin.. 9.04 Hooda cash Store, prov ....... 1300 Mabel Doss ............ 10.00 Margaret Conway ;'.. ... 3.00 Merrill Bros., prov ........... 23.00 •Edna Johnson ........ 16.50 SULLIVAN, McMAHON t[ J. W. Sullivan g. g, ] L. E. Llnnan' Attorneys-at-Law i Phone«: Office, 261; j. w J 3. E. MoM.. 403. AlEa «• J. Harrington Attorneys-at-Law ' Phone 287 R.JJ Office over Postofflct, B. J. VAN NESS, G. W. 81 „„, Lawyers Office over Iowa Slate I Phone 213-W. Algou,! H. B. White. J. P. f ee „ £50 Carl Dahlhauaer, sheriff 3375 W.' H. 'Ricklefs, constable w. ti. 'Ricklefs, constable C.85 Harold Larson, witness 2.7C Harold Johnson, witness .... 2.7C Eddie Bryken, witness 2 7( Henry 'Fisher, witness 3 3( P. A. Danson, J. P. fee 2.00 F. A. Newville, constable .85 John Hutchison, mayor 4.0C Carl Johnson, marshal fee .... 225 Can 'Dahlhauser, sheriff 2.CG C. H. .Blossom, mayor 400 W, H. Steward, marshal 2.B5 C. F. Specht, mayor ... ..... ..... ' 9.50 H. A. Van Alstyne. marshal 5 15 ~ INSAINiB Carl Dahlhauser, transp 2500 E. J. McEvoy, clerk's fee c'25 Carl Dahlhauser, sheriff S5 C. H. Cretzmeyer, commissioner _ goo, A. Hutchison, commissioner " 300 POOR 3PIEPND. A. E. iPaaley, reat Joe Fraser, I,?T?' g, ' uot allowed \>. 1-1. Bingaman, reat iFrank 'Welskamp, clmd.. $12 ...not allowed A. E. Pasley, rent Joe iFraser, A ?< „"; n<)t allowed A. E. Pasley, reat Joe Fraser clmd. $3 not allowed Mrs. Frank Tietz. rent W uRttuowea . B ' aelClm(1 ' J1S Mt allowed — — •-•"• i »*•««*«. m4Ai « • • » « • lUUL i Handy Grocery, prov. R. Forsythe, clmd. $1 nQ t a ii owe< i SUPERVISOR DIST. NO. 1 H. L. McCorkle, rental aid Mrs. IRay Sankey 2500 A - «• , Jurgens, prov. Fred Schneider Benedict's Store, prov. '.'.." " 'F. Stewart 456 F. Schmidt IK'OQ IF. Schmidt s'.oo Otto Neurnan, prov. Joe Fraser 4.27 22.56 Geo. Tiede, prov. Mrs ner Scriu- A. Clark, prov. Otto Callles 38. Akre, prob. Mrs. H. Koch MoFarland & Walker, prov. F 'Schneider . B - K. Klnseth & Son,'prov.'s! C. Moslman family J ' fac - Atherton, sup. Mosimari Z John'Fox Caldw ^'' "clothing Fred Tiede,"rent"'Airs! Scrlbner Ernest J. Klein .. Geo. Gales, rent "Nick Farm, rent Al'b! Mrs. John Spi'lVes. rent E"saa- ger e»ci B F, Burtis. rent Zeutlau'fam' Gross Gross rent Ben < aid Jule Jute 3.51 14.00 3.50 2.40 7.78 16.50 1.98 6.59 16.00 42.00 7.00 12.00 7.00 10.00 GJendale Market," "proV." Cari 2.00 f. M. Stoner .,... Mrs. Wm. Kuhn \\ 200 'Dave Hasz Mrs. Wm, KuiinT.' Thos. Akre.' prov. <P. G. Hauenatein ".'.' Johanna Cook ... Moe & SJogren, proV Mrs. J. Selfert ... Clara Neitzel ..... Mrs. Wm. Kuhn ... ^j. A !, White, prov. •Ed Mahoney . Lewis Olson ... 'Sarah Stedman iLaura Campbell "„ Aug. Rosenau ... . Wm. Baker Mrs. Per B. A. Perry Thompson Clark, prov. Fr 8.00 3.00 6.60 2.00 5.00 2.50 6.00 30.00 10 -°° .84 10.00 7.00 23.50 25.00 Prank Spi- prov. N. Edna 2500 2000 med. aid 1.05 2.66 10.50 45.00 10.50 Millard Shoopman, Nemmers Dan Llchllter, prov! Johnson >r. E. W. Ruske, medical aid Geneva Glaus ... 300 Charles Glaus 750 W. T. 'Peters, med. aid ... !, '.Roy OHom . . Mra Mike Baer Dr. J. G. < J. Briggs „ F. Housour . "! ".' '.'.'. fj'oo Mrs. Augusta Kinney, care of •Darrel Geist ... ~ SUPERVISOR IDIST'."N'O. 5 C. T. Edwards, prov. Albin Petersoji 370 Sanborn's Cash Store, prov Norrfs family M 1 itcheTi arbUrt ° n ' Pr ° Vl H = nr 'y T T£ VCS Slsters - Prov.' 'airs.'' A! 5.40 , . . . •Werlnga ....... s j, Sa " b ? r ,n' s Cash Store,'" prov: Bud (Hanson ....... ... 7 50 Mrs Ben Rushton, rent A."I'K: Peterson Art Lester, ront Faulkner ...... ... C W H ,'. Cre tzmeyer. ' med. Walter Schoenrock aid care 20.00 15.00 50.00 L'8.00 O. D. Shumway E. D,| 8HPMWAT ft KELLT1 Attorneys-at-Law Office in Quinby Bloc 58 Algoni,j I,. A. WIIfKBl Atttornor-nt-Law . Office in Quinby Bulldli»| Phone 180 HIEAM B. WHIM Attorney-at-Ltw Office over Iowa State 1 Phone 206. Algou,! P. A. DAJfSON Attorney.AI-Law Office over Iowa State i Phones: Office, 460-J.; R 45.00 POOR Wnrto, -£' "• serv| ng notice. .95 Walter Fraser, ex. poison ... om COUiNTY FARM Frandsen, labor . " -i-t-m S& n ^_ M J!',?r : . »«ht service! SI Ml n V ' " *' '' Clmd ' e Roy c. Sherman 'prov. Thos. Akre. prov. . /ender & sup •»•»• C. A. Heard, sup. K. D. James, sup. J °Dist No. 242 Elbert. grading' J ''No? 4E ert. grading J. V. ElberV,' No. 6 ... project Project project grading- project Elber t- "ending M N n *-i. M ° Q " l '«' *^ 'No. 19 proj 41.87 f!D 769.36 742.46 730.24 629.20 163.80 163.80 163.80 576.00 765.20 J-. A - «obirt8,"new bridge" " MBl * > '" 212.40 CARROL A. WANDI1 Attorney-at-Ijiw Office over Postofllw. Phone 65 Alj DOCTORS JOHN Physician and Office over Rexall Qtug Office phone 300 Res. phone 321. C. H. CKETZMKYEftlltlj Surgeon and I'hjsidin Office John Galbraith Block| Phones 444-310, ilgona P. V. JANSE, M. & Physician and SurfHT,, Office on South Dodge SWI Phones; Office, 666; resldenmj Algona, Iowa - WALTEB F1USEB, Physician and Surge* • Office in Quinby Bldg., r""' Phone No. 12 MELVIN G. BOUBNI Physician and SurgeW PKice in Postoffice Bio* J Phones: Office, I97!re8ldew*j W. B. ANDREWS, B. * Oiteopnthlc Physician ant Located in General """ . Phonea: Office 187. B. A. EVANS, M. P. Over Borchardt Drag B""J Phones: Residence 312, ou^f Algona, lowa^ DENTISTS v w ost r' .. w ^ oak> eravel ...... Swanson - Sec. Rd. NO. T 250 Sec." Rd'. No. 22 P i e ng r . R '. cliu!lii> " gravei che'ckl Joe M. Esse'r.'patroV ?j™! tt »°" t <».labor •..:"..;•::: 1481.85 292.60 143.00 286.20 41.87 66.44 140.00 63.76 168.88 Centner, labor labor 31.00 31.00 112.50 -L ^ - «-wi*» t^iv, jtiuor SSTiSS-M*^ :'::":'::"•:• "88 ' G. Smith. ChftMHr..* «—..lli Ao'rA W.W (Continue* on v&se 7.) BE. H. M. OISOS Dentist Gas or novocalne traction. located pver Christensen Phonea: Business 166, n Algona, Iowa '" r I* W. FOX J. B. WINK* Yetertoarlans •West State Street, Phones: Office, KOSSUTH INSURANCE Over 116,000,000 worth of in force. secure. A bom« D. D- Pw SEE JM** 1 «"——'_..* ^ BBAC 55yS(i

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