Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1934 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT gnastTTH COttNtT ADVATttm AJ-QOKA. IOWA IB. I M , SWEA GITYANS LAYING PLANS FOR NEW GYM Swea City, Feb. 13—A petition is being circulated asking for an election on building a new gymnasium, Plans call for wrecking the old -building, and an entirely new Ibuilding to be built north of the (present school building. The building is to have regulation floor and a seating capacity of 250. There is to be no bond issue as the necessary monej', $5,000, is now on hand in the school fund. This is a consolidated school with a large attendance, and a large gymnasium is needed. Interest in atletics, particularly in basket ball, is keen in Swea City. Adeline Severson is Uridc— Adeline Severson and Charles Chambers, both of Grant Center community, were married last week by the Rev. Richard Johnson at the East Chain parsonage. Mrs. Chambers, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Severson, has taught in this community, and the bridegroom is a son of 1 C. H. Chambers, and since his graduation from the €Jrant high school has farmed in ithe community. The bride's parents gave a reception at their 'home for relatives and friends following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Chambers -will farm the coming year in the Eagle Lake community, Declaiu Elimination Held— The Swea City high school held its declamatory contest Friday evening. Those chosen to take part in the final contest later are: Oratorical, Roy Bravender, Edward Montgomery, and Florence Picht; dramatic, Darlene Kesler, Jeanette Wilson and Jane Carlson; humorous, Alpha Simmons, Arlette Skromme and Bobby Haglund. Ethel Eldridge was critic judge. There were nine in the humorous class, six in dramatic, and three in oratorical. Thursday Club Entertained— Mrs. T. F. Mitchell entertained the Thursday clu-b at her home last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Clyde Sanborn gave an interesting paper on Wonders of South Africa, Mrs. Alida Vaux a paper on Congo (River and Victoria Falls, and Opal Carlson a paper on the diamond mines. A valentine luncheon will be given by the club for members at P. J. Heiken's this Thursday. Toung C'ouplo Married- Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alta Ferguson, west of town, and Mary Schmidt, northeast of Armstrong, were married in the Catholic church in Armstrong last week "Wednesday morning. Lester las always lived in this community. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, of Armstrong, The young people will start farming near liere this spring. LOANS (Continued from page 1.) Alfred W. F. Schmidt, Sec. 32 Burt, 350 bu $158 Mrs. Llllie Thompson, Sec. 7 Burt fiOO bu $270 Mrs. Margiartet Boylson, Sec. 29 Burt, 960 bu $432 Cresco. Earl Miller, Sec. 27 Cresco, 800 bu. $360 O. D. Le-hirian, Sec. 5 Cresco, 1200 bu, $540 Geo. J. Stewart, Sec. '26 Cresco, 1600 bu. $720 R, J. Stewart, Section '26 Cresco, 1600 bu ?720 R, J. Stewart, Section 26 Crosco, 600 bu. $270 Theo JTaber, Sec. 28 Cre>sco, IOU'2 bu. $455 Theo Faber, Sec. 23 Cresco, 1058 bu $476 Fenton. Jliko Wolsbrod, Sec. 17 Fenton, 450 bu $203 Mike Welsbrod, Sec. 17 Fenton, 1100 bu $495 Mik'o Welsbnxl, Sec. 17 Fenton, H400 bu. $630 Mllte Weisbrod, Sec. 17 Fenton, 800 bu $360 Mike Weisbrod, Sec. 16 Fenton-, 350 bu $158 James Ackerman, Sec. 13 'Fenton, 400 bu $180 L. G. Newel. Sec. 8 Fenton, 600 bu. Jos. Lynch, Sec. 1 Fenton, 2000 $225 bu. $900 O. J. Ranney, Section 10 Fenton, SOO bu $360 O. J. Ranney, Section do Fenton, 300 bu $176 Emil Schumacher, Sec. 28 Fenton, 700 bu $315 Emil Schumacher, Soc. 28 Fenton, 600 bu. ?270 A. H. Peterson, Sec. 1-5 Fenton, Robert Hamilton Estate, Sec. 9 Lincoln, 900 bu $405 Robert Hamilton Estaite, Sec. 9 Lincoln, 1200 bu »540 H. A. Adams, Seo. 2 Lincoln, 900 bu $406 Albert Dreyer, Section 2 Lincoln, S50 bu. $248 Albert Dreyer, Section _ Lincoln, 200 bu $90 L. C. Detwiler, Sec, 14 Lincoln, 1250 bu $563 Liu Verne. George Jesse, Sec. 2 Lit Verne, 1900 bu ?855 P. V. Jonse, Sec. 7 Lu Vernte, 2200 bu $990 J. Geo. Belz, Sec. 35 Lu Verne, 1100 bu. $496 K. Hauswirth, Sec. 24 Lu Verne, 700 bu $315 R. Hauswirth, Sec. 24 Lu Verne, 1000 bu $450 C. tf. Walters, Sc. 34 Lu Verne, 1200 bu $540 Robert Harilcof, Sec. 27 Lu Verne, 750 bu $338 Stimuel Hertsbergran, Sec. 2-5 Lu- Verne, 900 bu $405 Samuel Hersbergan, Sec. 2-5 Lu- Verne, SOO bu $360 Samuel Hersbergan, Sec. 25 • Lu- Verne, 1300 bu $5S5 Aaron W. Steussy, Sec. 30 Lu Verne, 850 bu $383 Aaron. W. Steussy, Sec. 30 L\i Verne, 800 bu $36( Ledyard. George Rahe, Sec. 30 Ledyard, 900 B. D. Sterling, Section 23 S6n«*t, 340 bu. *!' B. D. Sterling, Section 23 Seneca,, 34-0 bu $153 B. D. -Sterling, Section 23 Senec&, '380 bu •••• fttfl B. D. Sterling, Section 23 Seneda, 300 bu. $135 B. D. Sterling, Section 23 Seneda, 320 bu $144 B. D. Sterling, Section 23 SenecH, 400 bu. $180 bu. $405 750 bu. $338 bu. Eaglo. N. L. Harr, Sec. 23 Eagle, re- TVm. Hutcliinson is Dead- Relatives here last week ,_- ceived word of the death of Wm. Hutehmson, who farmed for many years in this community but lately has lived with a daughter in Mai- comb. Mrs. Chris -Beck, Mrs. Ray Logan, Russell and Vernon, daughters and sons of the deceased, drove to Malcomb to attend the funeral. Orchestra to Come Sunday— The P. T. A. is sponsoring the A. H. Peterson, Sec. 15 Fen-ton, 750 bu $338 O. J. Ranney, Sec. 10 Fenton, 990 $446 475 $215 R. H. Thompson, Sec. 14 Eagle, 300 bu. §135 R. H. Thompson, Sec. 14 Eagle, 300 bu $135 H. 31. Patterson, Sec. 22 Baffle, 200 bu $90 Garfield. Carl H. Zinnel, Sec. 23 Garfield, 750 bu. $338 John P. Mersch, Sec. 20 Garfield, 2200 bu. $990 appearance of the little symphony orchestra from Estherville, and will have the concert in the high school auditorium next Sunday evening. The Rev. Mr. Siemens will preach from 7:30 till 8 o'clock and the orchestra will have their concert immediately following. Eural Pupils Entertained— Eighth grade pupils and their teacher, Lola Wylam, entertained the 11 rural pupils who wrote the county test, at dinner last week The high school teachers were also ° f the pupils as - Tom Reid, Sec. 17 Garfield, 1200 b " $540 Ernest Fahr, Section 17 Qarfleld, 2250 bu $1013 Ernest Fahr, Section 17 Garfield, 2250 bu. $1013 Matt Schmalen, Sec. 20 Garfield, 3100 bu $11395 Peter A. Holt, Sec. 27 Garfield, 1400 bu $630 Felix Thilges, Sec. 13 Garfield, 700 bu 5315 John Thllges, Sec. 21 Garfield, II SOO bu $810 H. L. Anderegg, Sec. 21 G'arfield, 1200 bu ?54 o Melvin Ellingson, Sec. 19 Garfield, 750 bu Gorman. Henry Schmidt, Sec. 24 German, 900 bu $405 Henry Schmidt, Sec. 25 German,, 1300 bu ?5S5 Mrs. John Plalsdor, Sec. 25 German 450 bu $203 Robert Bunkofske, Sec. 10 German, 900 bu $405 Falkert Stecker, Sec. 19 German, 450 bu $203 Honry Schmidt, Sec. 24 German, 900 bu $405 Henry Schmidt, Sec, 25 German, 1300 bu ?58B Thomas Shealer, Sec. 15 German, 650 bu ; $993 Henry H. Bruns, Sec. 23 German, 900 bu $4o-'5 Greenwood. S. M. McHose, Sec. 18 Greenwood, 900 bu $ 4&5 S. M. MoHose, Sec. 18 Greenwood, 1700 bu $705 J. B. Zethan, Sec. 34 Greenwood, 1750 bu $7gg J. E. Zeihan, Sec. 34 Greenwood, il-SOO bu $ 810 Victor Hulterstrum, Sec. &5 Greenwood, 1150 bu. -5ig E. V. Koeatler, Sec. 10 I/edyard, 250 bu $113 B. V. ICoestle-r, Sec, 10 Ledyard., SOO bu $360 Addle L. Seymour, Sec. -36 yard, 1GOO bu $720 Lottg Creek. E. C. Weisbrod, Sec. 2 Lotts Creek, 1400 bu $G30 E. C. Weisbrod, -Sec. 2 Letts Creek, 800 bu $360 E. C. Weisbrod, Sec. 2 Lotts Creek, 00 bu $313 Arthur Kresstn, Sec. 2 Lotts Creek, 575 bu $259 Prairie. Geo. O. Goetz, Sec. 1 Prairie, 1600 bu $075 John Arndorfer, Sec. 21 Prairie, 1100 bu $495 John Arndorfer, Sec. 21 Prairie, 1100 bu $495 Frank S. Rockwood, Sec. 36 Prairie, 2400 bu $1080 F. H. Jackson, Sec. 35 Prairie, 1700 bu ?76-o Guy M. Butts, Section 4 Prairie, 540 bu $243 Guy M. Butts, Section, 4 Prairie, 550 bu $24S Guy JI. Butts, Section 4 Prairie, 475 bu $2)14 E. J. Widen, Sec. 33 Prairie, 1200 bu $540 Corn-ad Kohl, Sec. 28 Prairie, 550 bu $24S Conrad Kohl, Sec. 28 Prairie, 1500 bu $675 E. JI. Huber, Section 11 Prairie, .Tames F. Murphy, Sec. 25 Seneca, 950 bu $423 James F. Murphy, Sec. 25 Seneca, SOO bu $225 James F. Murphy, Sec. 25 Seneca, 500 bu $225 Jamea F. Murphy, Sec. 25 Seneca, 1150 bu $6tlB James F. Murphy, Sec. 25 Seneca, 825 bu $371 James F. Murphy, Sec. 25 Seneca., 825 bu $371 William Osborn, Sec. 21 Seneca, 450 bu $203 William Osborn, Sec. 28 Seneca, 850 bu $383 O. R. Jensen, Sec. 35 Seneca, SOO bu $360 O. R. Jensen, Sec. 35 Seneca, SOO bu $360 O. R. Jensen, Sec. 35 Seneca, 600 bu $225 0. R. Jensen, Sec. 34 Seneca, .500 bu $225 O. R. Jensen, Sec. 34 Seneca, GOO bu $270 Ray H. Jensen, Sec. 35 SenecA, 900 bu. $405 James Dolan, Sec. 2 Seneca, 575 bu. $249 James Dolan, Sec. 2 Seneca, 725 bu $326 Swea. Victor Pearson, Sec. 2 Swea, 2000 bu $900 Victor & Andrew Pearson,-Sec. 2 Swea, 2000 bu $900 Sherman Thornton, Sec. 18 Swea, 700 bu $315 Andrew G. (Berg-, Sec. 1 Swea, 450 bu $203 P. A. Holcumb, Sec. 5 Swela, 500 bu $225 Henry Mansthund, Sec, 29 Swea, 300 bu 5135 Henry Mansthund, Sec. 29 Swea, GOO bu $270 Sherman. L. N. Bormann, Sec. 21 Sherman, 2000 bu $900 L,. N. Bonnann, Sec. 21 Sherman, 2000 bu $900 Eleanor J. Mltctwll, Sec. 9 Sherman, «00 bu. ...;.. a- 4W Edward Christ, Seta. 21 Sherman, 1000 mi • 4450 Aaron W. Steusby, Sec. 14 Sherman, fl-00 bu. ...t $640 Mrs. Rosa Situessy, Sea, 14 Sharman, 450 bu. $'203 J. C. Blome, Sec. 31 SprlngfleW, «00 bu ..................... $225 J. C. Btome, Sec, 31 Springfield', 600 bu ..................... $270 Union. Mary J. Steinman, Sec. 9 Union, COUN/Mr FUND , _ Chas. Clapsadaie, bty. — . — $ S. J. Backus, stamps ----- .__, Merle Culbertson, bty. _ -----Kossuth County Farm Bureau, 925 bu. $416 Clarence RteMioff, Sec. 3 Union, HlOO bu ..................... $495 Wm. Wetzwl, Sec. 7 Union, 800 bu ..... .................... $360 John H. Reid, Sec. 17 Union, 1050 bu ......................... $473 Robert ftl. Loss, Sec. 33 Union, 1550 bu ................... $698 Wesley. H. >T. Sherman, Sec. 25 Wesley, 2100 bu ..................... $945 C. E. Ward, Section 34 Wesley, 750 bu ............. '. ....... $338 C. E. Ward, Section 34 Wesley, 1400 bu .................... $630 John Youngwirth, Sec. 34 Wesley, 21SO bu ..................... $980 M. P. Gootz, Sec, 8 Webley, 7116 bu ......................... $322 •Gust Carlson, Sec. 5 Wesley, 1250 bu $563 Charles Alnley, Sec. 30 Wesley, 2700 bu. $0315 Carl Hanson, Sec. 26 Wesley, 450 bu. $203 Carl Hansen, Sec. 21 Wesley, 1000 bu $450 Carl Hansen, Sec. 16 Wesley, 740 bu $333 WMttemore. Katie Bonngtetter, Sec. 29 Whltte- more, 800- bu $360 Katie Bonnatefter, Sec. 29 Whltte- more, 800 bu $360 Kaitle Bonnsteitter, Sec. 19 Whittemore, 1000 bu $450 John Henry, Sec. _3 Whittemore, 1400 bu $630 M. Wi. Kollasch, Sec. 7 Whltte- more, 1800 bu >. $810 Peter Weydert, Sec, 19 Whlttte- more, 375 bu $11169 Simon Weber, Sec. 21 Whirtte- more, 700 bu $315 Simon Weber, Sec. 21 Whiitte- more, 1700 bu $765 John Besch, Sec. 34 Whittemore, 1070 bu $482 Board Proceedings February 1, 1924 Auditor's Office, February 1. 1934. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment itt all members present. On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills. Motion by Balgeman and seconded 500 bu 1225 by Heiken that Gaylord Shumway be E. JI Huber Section 11 Prairie appointed as assistant County Attor- ' ney to act in absence of present Coun- fist" ,Mn Bisted in preparing and serving the Youngs Go to Wisconsin- Tie J. E. Youngs -left Friday morning for their new home in Prentice, wis. They have rented a larm with an optoin to buy. Erv°' Y ° U , ng will farm, but J. E. Youn g _ has not decided what line of business he will engage in. Two P. B. Groups Meet— The Harrison and Swea township Farm Bureaus met at J H Warner's a week Tuesday with 35 1000 bu $450 Portland. Geo. C. Hatma, Sec. ai Portland, 2000 bu $900 H. J. Presthus, Sec. 5 Portland, 1450 bu $653 G. U. Fairbanks, Sec. 27 Portand, 1750 bu $788 G. U. Fairbanks, Sec. 27 Portand, 11600 bu $720 G. U. Fail-banks, Sec. 27 Portand, 650 bu $293 Plum Creek. Nannie Simpkins, Sec. 16 Plum Creek, 820 bu $369 Nannie Simpkins, Sec. 16 Plum Creek, 2|180 bu $981 Nora Kaln, Sec. 14 Plum Creek, 400 bu |180 Nora Kain, Sec. 14 Plum Creek, 600 bu $225 Ramsey. Albert A. Johnson, Sec. 16 Ramsey, 1000 bu $450 Jens N. Peterson, Sec. as Ramsey, 700 bu $315 John Hillman, Section 8 Ramsey, 850 bu $383 John Hillman, Section 8 Ramsey, 1600 bu $720 John Hillman, Section 8 Ramsey, 61.07 'From Sub 1 of 60 to Dr. 3. (Erroneous posting o£ Rect. iNo. 67 9-10-17 Grant). 156.00 iFront Sub 2 of 3 to Sub 2 of DO. CErroneous posting of Dr. -Rect. No. 668 2-6-14). 29.31 'From Sub 3 of CO to 'Sub 4 of 60. (Erroneous 1915 receipts). posting of 2400 bu. $1080 Grant. A. M. Tokheim, Sec. 17 Grant, 1300 Du 5585 C. H. Steenberger, Sec. 28 Grtunt, 820 bu $079 Hebron. W. O. Hagedorn, Sec. 11,9 Hebron, 600 bu $270 W. O. Hagedorn, Sec. ,19 Hebron, 600 bu $270 John Badger, Sec. 24 Hebron, 1000 bu. $450 a Obtained— f S6ylar - has enou e» women for sewing lessons to start her class under the CWS work. The final papers have not arrived from Des Momes. The lessons will be Annual Legion Party Held— n n?i Ue A Sda - y - night the Fkfcer post and Auxiliary held their znid-win- ter carnival and dance. i. Other Swea City. Mrs. Leona Christiansen entertained nine tables of bridge in the Legion hall Friday afternoon riday afternoon. Mrs K. Christiansen, of Ringsted, won iigh, and Mrs. .Catherine K™™ was second. Mrs. Harold Larson Kruse -- and son Jr. are visiting at Earl Na- Mrs. Larson was formpriv Ethel Nagel. The Harold SS are farming near Andover, S. D »7!?" .?_? ete " on » studen t at Min- was a week-end parents', the Ed Elizabeth Daurn, Sec. 12 Hebron, 630 bu ^284 M. C, Krosch, Sec. 33 Hebron, 750 bu $338 Albert Krosch, Sec. 33 Hebron, 200 bu 39 Albert Krosch, Sec. 33 Hebron, 325 bu Albert Krosch, Sec. 33 Hebron, 325 bu N. H. Nelson, Sec. 25 Hebron, 2100 b u $94,5 Amalia Bettin, Sec. 26 Hebron, 4SO bu $208 Amalia Bettin, Sec. 26 Hebron, 4'50 bu $203 Amalia Bettin, Sec. 26 Hebron, 4'50 bu $203 Harrison. Conrad Linuer, Sec. 29 Harrison, 900 bu $40,5 W. P. McFarland, Sec. 26 Harrison, 1500 bu $675 Chas. R. D Its-worth, Sec. 19 Harrison, 1100 bu $495 Irvington. Lawrence Pfeffer, Sec. no Irvington, 2850 bu $1282 Paul H. Black, Sec. _ Irvington, 050 bu $493 Paul H. Black, Sec. 15 'Irving-ton, S50 bu $423 Paul H. Black, Sec. '5 Irvington, 1600 bu $720 L. 13. Beer, Sec, 26 Irvington, 0.100 Edward P. Droessler, Sec. i Ramsey, 2300 bu, , John Farrow, Sec. 9 Rtunsey, 2200 bu $990 John Griese, Sec. 19 Ramsey, 42S bu $190 John A. Harms, Sec. 25 Ramsey, 825 bu $371 Wandlin Weber, Sec. 7 Ramisey, 11100 bu $495 C. E. Prlebe, Sec. 5 Ramsey, 975 bu $439 Lawrence M. iSandt, Sec. 28 Ram- eey, 500 bu $225 Lawrence M. Sandt, Sec. _8 Ram- ' sey, .500 bu $225 John W. Schlltz, Sec. 8 Ramsey, 1200 bu $540 Hiverdolc. R. L. Kuhlmann, Sec. 19 Riverdale, 1000 bu $450 Mat Faber, Sec. 33 Rtverdale, (1:800 bu $810 Louis Fuhrmann, Sec, 28 RJver- y Attorney. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Cosgrove that the delinquent poll tax of Emory Smith, Lakota Inc., be cancelled because of having paid tax in Ledyard Twp. for the year 1932. Ayes: All. Motion by IBalgeman and seconded, by Heiken that interest and penalty on personal tax of Ella P. Mitchell be cancelled and accept the principal for the year 1927. 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 membe.rs present. Motion by IBalgeman and seconded by Cosgrove that the annual report of County Farm and Official Report of 'County Engineer for the year 1934 be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by McDonald that final estimate of M. T. McGulre on Const. Projects No. 7, 11, 16, 19, 20, 21 and of J. V. Elbert on Const. 'Proj. No. 1, 3, B, 6 and J. A. Roberts bridge finals be aipproved, Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Heiken that following Secondary Road- Petitions No. 260, 261, 262, 2frt, 265, 260, 267, 268 be placed on file. Ayes: All. Motion by Heiken and seconded by McDonald that Justice of Peace an 1 - nual reports of H. B. (White, Algona, Iowa, and <W. J. Davison, Burt, for 933 be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Balgeman that County Treasurer's eport of fees for quarter ending De- ember 31, 1933, be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded ty Balgeman that fojlowlng tranfers 16 made to the County Fund from the Allowing drains for Supervisor expense for the year 1933: Drain Wo. ' Amount 3 _ $ B.75 4 84.38 5 4.20 E. branch B 3.40 63.36 IFrom Sub 6 of 60 to Sub 4 of 60. (Erroneous posting of 1924 receipts). 26.81 IFrom 5 of CO to Sub 6 of 60. CErroneous posting of 1926 taxes collected). 27.50 From Sub 6 of 60 to Sub 5 of 60. (Erroneous posting of Adopted this lat day of A. D. 1934. Ayes; All. On motion Board prdceedea t6 .nd" allow bills a* per "Schedule o_ Claims" hereinbefore Written: • |.w 6,00 Mlmer »*ln», iabdfr _________ John Kohwefc drat,-*__._____ Crawford Bro*.* dfsf. ________ ..___-»- 1.60 1,60 1.50 appropriation « 16J.W A. M. Gustafson, trustee mtg. 1,60 Art Crulkshantt, trustee mtg,_ T. A. Reid, trustee mtg. __..__• Glen W. Jenklnson, trustee mtg. ___ ;__ ___..._ City of Algona, light and wat- Clty of Atgorfa'fTlghT and "water service __ _— Chas. Clapsadaie, bounty Northwestern Bell Tel, Co,, tel. service , . (Frank Clnpsaddle, bty. ,— S. J. Bnokls, stamps S. J. Backus, stamps rnes oa, FranK Uaucr, drag, _.___._._. August Mel*, drag.: __.....--W. F. MclFarlahd, drag, _.._.. Herman iBfunkameler, drag. ... Richard PbtraUi drag, _______ Chas, Ulf er»,j drag. ___________ ^ Raymond B. JPeteraon, drag. »«. L. H, J«nk«rm«Ier, drag. ___._ Can Hutohlns, drag.,.., ----- __ Peter N, Thllges, drag. ______ _ A. N. Glistftfson, drag. _..__._ •Loren Byers, drag. ..______. ^ Peter IN. 'Haniten, drag ( ______ 7.00 ._•„• 55,90 2.10 3.00 7,50 . . , _______ _ Mary K. Sands, salary , _______ 75.00 F. J. Bttlgemaft, comm. and session _'. ................ . 173.70 W. E, McDonald, com. and session ______________________ 161.16 W. S. Cosgrove, com, and session _______ . ____________ ___ 153.66 Chas. Morris, com. and session 172.65 P. J. Helken, com. and session ______________________ 182.15 Kllpto Loose Leaf Co., sup. __ 870.53 C. H. Pearson, labor _____ ___ 15.00 Helen Bestenlehner, labor ____ 65.00 Eleanor J. Rahm, labor ... ____ 65.00 Helen Becker, labor _________ 65.00 E. N. Taylor Inc., fuel _____ __ 52.65 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., sup. 104.40 Fryo Mfg. Co., sup. _____ _ ___ 7.00 Hlgley Chemical _____ _ ___ sup. ___ _ 11.75 Oct. 1920 bond interest pons paid). cou- dale 1350 bu. ?608 John P. Byson, Sec. 2 Rlverdale, \SOO bu $360 Arthur Illg, Sec. 22 Rlverdale, 650 bu. $29'3 Arthur Illg, Sec. 22 Riverdale, 650 bu |293 Elizabeth Hundertmark, Sec. 18 Riverdale, 525 bu. $236 Mat Zelmet, Sec. 35 Riverdale, 775 bu. $349 Thomas B. Crahan, Sec. 18 Riverdale, ,1450 bu $653 Seneca. Dan E. Lynch, Sec. 27 Seneca, 47-5 bu $214 Dan E. Lynch, Sec. 27 Seneca, 550 bu $248 Dan E. Lynch, Sec. 27 Seneca, 450 bu $20: S. M. McHose, Sec. 3 'Seneca, 625 bu $23 S. M. McHose, Sec. 3 Seneca, 1100 bu $495 03. L. O.Donell, Sec. 36 Seneca, 900 bu $405 B. L. Q.Bonell, Sec. 36 Seneca, 600 bu $270 9 ......................... 24 _ ................. __ ..... 33 __ ....................... 43 ................ _________ CO .......... . ........... ___ 68 _ _____________________ 71 ........ _ ............. ___ 7S _________________________ SO _ ___________________ 82 __________ ..... _ ..... ... S3 ____________ 84 _________________________ 90 """I _II_II___III~I_ 91 ........ _______________ 93 ____ ...... _ ...... ________ 90 ......... ____________ 105 ______ • _____ ........ ______ 111 _____ ...... ______ ..... --116 _______________________ 128 _ _______ 127 "_ ___ ..... _ ..... ___ 129 ............. ____________ 135 .............. ___________ 141 ............ ____________ 144 ______ .......... _________ 157 ........ ___ ..... ______ 1G6 ____ ....... ______________ 170 . ____________ 174 __ ....... _______________ 177 ____ ..................... Sub 8 of 60 _ _____________ H-K 2-36 _________ .......... H-K 3-46 ________ H-K G-87 ____________ ....... H-K 7-120 _____________ ..... W-K G8-13G ............... H4K 8 _ ................. ___ 91.25 B.40 6.50 3.00 l.CO 38.G5 3.70 2.00 14.70 66.65 14.90 16.50 14.45 49.35 12.30 3.75 3.50 1.85 3.95 43.35 8.00! 11.00 2.50 4.75 2.00 3.40 3.80 3.30 3.U5 4.10 21.10 3.10 4.93 1.80 10.50 4.00 42.45 7.10 24.81 (From Sub 10 of 60 to Sub fi of 60. (Erroneous posting of Rect. No. 86 Grant 9-22-27). 9.29 -From Dr. 65 to Sub 9 of 60. (Erroneous posting of Rect. No. 38 Grant 9-16-22), 670.60 IFrom Sub 10 of 4 to Sub 10 o£ 60. (Transfer authorized by iBoard 5-5-25 to correct error has never been made). 1490.94 OTrom Sub 12 of 60 to 'Sec. IRoad. (Transfer order No. 60 3-10-25 issued for $1306 to pay 75.66 7.26 6.25 7.23 7.25 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.26 3.00 46.49 3.00 3.00 3.00 8.00 8.00 4.75 3.00 33.50 92.80 2.75 28.55 .35 4.00 G.67 1.80 6.43 3.75 3.50 11.29 . _ 83.49 Carl Dahuhauser, exp. _______ 21.90 6.00 8.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 600 3.00 2.50 Wm. Shirley, exp. ___________ J. P. Peterson, trustee mtff, __ O. H. Jjlnde, trustee mtg. ____ Paul Cody, trustee mtg, _____ L. Thorson, trustee mtg, ____ _ Floyd G. Col-well, trustee mtg.- Charles Blair, trustee mtg. ___ Frank Jacobs, trustee mtg. ___ Ely Anderson, trustee mtg. ___ Glen W. Jenklnson, trustee mtg. _____________________ Art Gusrtafson, trustee mtg. ^_ T. A. Reid, trustee mtg. ____ _ Art Crulkshank, trustee mttr, __ John Boekelman, trustee mtg._ H. Dreesman, trustee mtg. ____ C. 1C. HIppentrop, trustee mtg. Ubbo Winter, trustee mtg. ____ E. R. Woltz, trustee mtg. ____ E. G. Ewoldt, trustee mtg. _ G. W. Blelch, trustee mtg. ____ Wm. Koestler, trustee mtg. __ Cart -Hutchlns, quarantine ____ Carl Hutchlns, trustee mtg. __ Maurice C. McMahon, exp. ___ Henry Eischeld, mtg. U. B. iFrankl, mtg. _ ..... _ S. J. Devlne, mtg. __________ P. H. Mescher, mtg. _________ Edw. Droessler, mtg. ________ Wm. Meyer, mtg. ___ _ P. M. Christenson, mtg. ______ United Chemical Co., sup. ____ -art Dahlhauser, care prisoners Pratt Electric Co., sup. _____ Burroughs Adding Machine Co., serv. --------------------K. D. James, sup. __________ _, Remington Typewriter Exch., sup. _______ _ _______ __ B. J. MdEvoy, sup. __________ Lalng & Muckey, repairs _ ___ Kossuth Co, Mut. Fire Ins. Co., Ins. ----------------------Richardson Furniture Co., repairs ____________ _ ________ Burt Monitor, sup. _____ ,._ ____ Security -Envelope Co., sup, ___ Bancroft IRlegister, pub. proc._ P. M. Chrlstensen, mtg. John Hellman, mtg. _ __ ____ Walter Vaudt, mtg. _________ W. W. Rlngsdorf, mtg, E. B. Dittmer, mtg. ___ _ Wm. Schwietert, tg. ___ ___ E. O. Mann, mtg. ___________ F. J. Ludwlg, mtg. Ernest Mofman, . 6,M «.fld 6.00 5.25 1.25 miiMi , __,s____a, . c«t HkUi Grocery, p?ov: Jt, .Cdolt- •_.__________ "~f>r>o yi^'Mlwreat"": ?;5!> ¥ -_v--_,-.ii -nt f _. i __ _r_r••••""-"-•»••• i).[)(j 5.70 11.00 11.10 1.00 7.00 4.00 4.60 2.X Edw Looft, drag, __„_________ 21.JO John Craig, drag, _________— 6.26 K. B. Kesler, drag. __________ 12.69 H. B. Hlndertmark, drag. ____ 3.W Calvin Rlppentrop, drag, 7.60 Wm. Spelcher, drag. _—_____ IB.To J, A. Strayer, drag. „_„__..__ 15.00 Strayer Bros., drag. __.___.__ """~ Oeo. Hanlg, labor _ ___ Leo C. Miller, labor _________ 11,63 13.71 C. J. Appleaulst, assign. _._„» 10-08 W. A. Murray,- asegln, 4.30 S. M, Jordan, labor _ _,-•« 16.60 M. L. Worby, labor ._ "63.00 Jaul Kllnk, labor 73.16 W. E.. Ley, storage and rep, __ 19,06 Oeo. I/, and D. E. Miller Co., SUP. , ,„_ 1.65 Tiro Service GO, sup. . 1.00 Pratt .Electric Co,, sup. 9.10 Oeo. Holtzbaucr, repairs __ 13.75 •Patterson . Electric Shop, sup._ F. D. Ryther, sup, _ W. E. Stoober, sup. _ Swea City ilmpl Co.,, sup. Lease & Lease, sup. , Thompson Yards Inc., sup. Thompson Yards Inc., sup, Thompson Yards Inc., sup. •Farmers lElevator Co,, Bup. ___ P. 8. Norton & Son, sup. •E. N. Taylor inc., sup. Christ (Hogard, repairs Thos. Carmody, com. of appraisement .90 3.00 1,25 4.40 8.00 8.BC 3.93 6.00 1.80 9.60 8.75 7.00 6.00 . ._ . _______ 9.10 Standard Oil Co., sup. _„_ . 68.23 City Oil Co., sup. _____ __ _ 37.84 Royal "400" Oil Co, sup. ______ 1107,84 Rosenberg-Wicks Lumber Co., sup. ...................... 4.85 Iowa Machinery) & Supply Co., sup. --------------- _______ 85.98 Central (Battery & -Electric Co., sup. ______________ _ 24.92 Sleg-Fort 'Dodge Co., sup. _ ~" 260.08 Barton-Warner Co., sup. _____ 189.80 Balbach Co., sup. ___________ 7.04 G-lbbs-Cook Tractor & EquipT Co.,- sup. ___________________ JB.08 Lono Rook Tel"Co"r"teir~servT_ ___________________ Kennedy & (Parsons Co., sup. ,30 ., . , Wm. O. Ludwlg, labor __- 88.14 Ed Slmser, sup. ____ _ ________ . 24.03 DRAINAGE Farmers Blev.' Co., sup. Dr, 20-^ ' Farmers Elevator Co,, sup. __ Dr. 42— Paul N. Loomls, auditing • Dr. 53— Paul N. Loomls, auditing Dr. H- . . Paul N. Loomls, auditing Dr. 60— Paul N. Loomls, auditing Dr. 65— , Paul N. Loomls, auditing „_, Dr. 71— (Paul N. Loomls, auditing Dr. 72— •Paul N. Loomls, auditing Dr. 75— Paul N. Loomls, auditing Dr. 78— Farmers Elevator Co., sup. Dr. 79— Silas Banwart, labor Dr. 87- CPaul N. Loomls, auditing Dr. 91— (Farmers Elevator Co., sup.__ Dr. 97— Paul N. Loomls, auditing __ Dr. 99— (Farmers Elevator Co., sup. Dr, 116— H. Schultz, mtg. H. H. Dreyer, mtg. C. B. Johnson, mtg-. H. C. Lunnlng, quarantine Jurgen C. Skow, attend, school conv. 1.10 M. G. Bourne, med. aid 2.50 Haggard & Waller, brd. proc. 83.72 Sperbeck Printing Co., sup. 74.25 2.30 12.60 V B.OO 5.00 6.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 .80 8.00 C.OO 4.80 10.00 3.20 R. A, Evans, coroner's fees ___ 7.25 road assessment, have $15.06). been 10.90 (From Secondary Rbad to 'Dr. 61. (Reassessment not paid). 121,70 (From IDr. 63 to Dr. 24. (Erroneous posting of 1927 collected). tax 30.40 (From Dr. 63 to Dr. 39. (Erroneous posting of Rect. No. 37 X,. R. Ind. Burt 9-27-15). 19.80 '.From 'Dr. 82 to Dr, 71. (Erroneous posting of Rect. No. 95 3-3-26 Lincoln). 60.65 (From Dr. 72 to County Fund. OSupervlsors expense never paid for years 1914-6-7-8). 5.76 IFrom 77 to P-A-K Jt. 'No. 1. (Erroneous posting of Rect. No. 144 ILotts Creek 2-2-25). 78.50 IFrom Dr. 98 to Dr. 97. (Error Jay Graham, adv. salary 39.30 L. A. Barslou, assessor mtg.__ 5.50 J. W. Bolllg, assessor mtg. G.70 Clarence Vaske, assessor mtg. 5.00 Henry C. Nelson, assessor mtg. 4.20 Clare M. Erickson, assessor mtg. _ 5.80 Oscar Frandle, assessor mtg. 6.80 I. A. Gerdes assessor mtg. 4.20 John N. Ludwig, assessor mtg. 4.40 Art Cogley, assessor mtg. 5.20 R. "E. G-oddard, assessor mts. . 4.SO Henry Klepper, assessor mtg._ 4.50 Fred C. Wegener, assessor mtg. 4.80 Andrew Elbert, assessor mtg._ 4.20 D. C. Ellis, assessor mtg. B.OO in posting of (1916). warrants in 10.40 From Dr. 126 to County Fund. (1926 Supervisors' expense never paid). 13.75 (From County 'Fund to Dj. 130. (Amount transferred tw'ce In 1919 to Co.- Fund). 15.95 (From County 'Fund to Dr. 143. (Duplicate, amount red In 1919). transfer- 2246.44 IFrom (Dr. 156 to Dr. 165. (Erroneous posting of Rect. No. 4043 12-21-22 covering assessments in D. D. No. 165 which was erroneously written and posted as Dr. 1G6). 142,00 (From Dr. 162 to County Fund. (Engineering expense paid from 'County Fund in 1920 not repaid). 54.00 From Dr. 164 to County Fund. (Engineering expense paid from county Fund In 1920 not Frank W. Elbert, assessor mtg. 4.00 James (Hogan, assessor mtg. __ 4.20 E. H..iBeardsley, assessor mtg. 3,00 W. J. Bourne, assessor mtg. 4.00 Eld. Chambers, assessor mtg. 4.80 J. P. Cunningham, assessor tg. 4.00 Thomas R. Crahan, assessor mtg. 4.30 J. E. Smith, assessor mtg. __ 6.00 Loring-Farer Co., sup. - 146.70 Messenger 'Printing Co., sup. 54.42 W. C. Stamer, assessor mtg. 5.10 W. H. Patterson, assesor mtg._ 6.40 R. F. 'Hawcott, assessor mtg._ 4.20 Chas. Haas, assessor mtg. 7.00 Leon J. Worden, assessor mtg. 6.00 A. J. Seller, assessor mtg. 4.00 W. G. Flalg, assessor mtg. 4.60 Herman Ubben, assessor mtg._ 5.80 O. W. Berggreh, assessor mtg. 7.00 A. 'E. Ogren, assessor mtg. 6.00 W, L. Reynolds, assessor mtg, 6.70 (H. L. McEnroe, assessor mts._ 3.8U E. C. Green, assessor mtg. 4.40 Loo H. Guerdet, assessor mtg. 6.70 Eleanor Potter, assessor mtg._ 3.60 iRay E. Hansen, assessor mtg. 5.20 G. 'B. Johnson, assesor mtg, _ 3.00 Haggard & Waller, sup. 33.00 Whlttemore Champion, sup. 102.42 repaid). 233.46 (From Dr. 165 to Dr. 169. Ayes: All. (Drainge Rect. No. 3936 9-1-23 erroneously written and posted. RESOLUTION bu. $495 Hannah Siefeld, Sec. 15 Irvlngton, 350 bu ..................... $158 Hannah Siefeld, Sec. 15 Irvlngton, 500 bu ..................... $225 Lincoln. Ellis Jain, Sec. 31 Lincoln, Wakel Considers Candidacy. L. A. Winkel was reported Saturday to be considei'ing the question of candidacy for the republican nomination for county attorney Other potential candidacies have been rumored. Mr. Winkel, who baa been in the practice here five ••ears, is the second son of Mr. and Jacob Winkel, northwest of 2SO bu ......................... $126 Ellis Jain, Sec. 31 Lincoln , 720 bu. $324 Henry Olthoff, Sec. 5 Lincoln, 1000 $4,50 Geo. M, Baumann, Sec. 21 Lincoln, 500 bu. $225 Robert -Hamilton Estate, Sec. 33 Lincoln, 1200 bu. $540 Robert -Hamilton. Estaite, Sec. 33 Lincoln, 2000 bu $900 Robert Hamilton Estate, Sec, 27 Lincoln, 500 bu ... c .... $225 LIKE A FLASH END Coughs and Colds It coats only a few cents to knock out a cough or cold with BUOKLEYIS MIXTURE (triple strength) because Buckley's is so -supremely good that only a few doses are needed to subdue the toughest cough or cold. And Buckley's can be diluted with three times its volume of water making it go still further. Will not upset your stomach. Safe, sure, instant relief from coughs, colds, or bronchitis. Buckley's is sold everywhere and guaranteed. 45c and 85c. Sorensen's Drug Store will be glad to supply you. Total _. $ 606.65 Ayes: All. Motion by 'Balgeman and seconded by McDonald that pauper notice be served on Following: Mrs. August Sprank and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jens lodlend, Tecla Jedwiski, and George, i>va Van Alstyne, Geo. Boren and amlly, V. J. Thackeray and family. Ayee: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded >y IBalgeman that County Treasurer be Instructed to make the following- ransfers Immediately: i .64 -Prom Secondary IRoad Maintenance <Fund to Dr. 32 (11-2125 reassessment never paid) 3.00 (From Secondary Road Maintenance Fund to Dr. 42 (124-19 reassessment not padi). 7.95 Prom Dr. 43 to Dr. 125. (Erroneous charging of 1931 Su pervlsor's Expense), 5.94 IFrom Or. 60 to Dr. 12 (Erroneous posting ol Rect. No. 143 Springfield 10-31-14). 16.13 IFrom Dr. 82 to Dr. 65. (Er roneous posting of iRect. No 66 Springfield 3-8-30). 32.13 Prom Sub 2 of 60 to Dr. 60 (Erroneous posting of Rect No. 4 12-6-21). 38.39 Prom Sub 3 of 60 to Dr. 60 (Erroneous posting of Reel No. 32 Grant 3-20-21). E1.10 Prom Dr. 60 to Dr. 3. CErron ecus posting of 1917 taxes). 12.00 From Dr. 60 to County Fund (Engineering expense not re paid County Fund). 310.98 Prom Sub 2 of 00 to Sub 1 o 60. (Erroneous posting of Oc 1923 collections). ROA1D CONSTRUCTION FUND M. T, MoGuire, grading proj. No. 17 298.54 M. T. MCGulre, grading proj. No. 22 130.61 M. T. MoGuire, grading proj, No. 28 _ 127.11 M. T. MoGuire, grading proj. No. 23 118.87 J. V. Elbert, grading proj, No. •WHEREAS, there Is on the records f the Clerk of District Court of Iowa n and for Kossuth county a certain udgment In favor of Kossuth county nd against Sen Lentsch entered of ecord October 18, 1928, In criminal ocket 4, page 234 Case No. 1164 where- n the State of Iowa Is Plaintiff and en Lentsoh defendant for amount of •300.00 with Interest and costs, upon vhich judgment all costs except the sum of $12.20 and $238.65 of the prin- ipal has been paid by defendant Ben Lentsch, and upon which there is still ue to Kossuth county the principal um of $01.45 together with accrued nterest and balance of cost in the um of $12.20, and, "WHEREAS, Harry V. Hull has of- ered to pay to Kossuth county $73.65 or an assignment of said judgment, .nd, "WHEREAS, Kossuth county through ts proper officers, has made diligent effort to collect said judgment from said Ben Lentsch, have been unable o collect said Judgment from said Ben Lentsch or to find any property of aid Ben Lentsch subject to execution NOW THEREFORE, Be at Resolved by the 'Board of Supervisors of Koseuth county that the offer of Harry ,J; '? ul1 be accepted and that the said judgment be assigned to Harry V. Hull and that the County -Auditor be authorized to execute and accept said assignment. Ayes: All. Adopted this 1st day of February. A Motion by Balgeman and seconded by Helken that the following resolution be adopted. RESOLUTION WHHRBAS. the State Civil Works Administration has appropriated the sum °4«20.00 to be used on Local £? vl L Work3 Administrative Projects S3 _______ ................. 62.92 J. A. (Roberts, new wood bridge 227.75 J. A. 'Roberts, ne\y wood bridge 163.33 Milton MciFadden, rodman __ 41.25 J. A. Roberts, new bridge ____ 88.43 J. A. Roberts, new bridge ____ 68.43 iB. L. iHatten, excavation 2016.00 O. C. Castleman, labor _ 9.60 L. A. Turner, labor 14.4( Claude Peterson, labor 12.W Loyd H. Hintz, labor 14.40 •R. B. Oleson, labor 14.4( TVilson Concrete CO., sup. ___ 36.8( John Hammer, labor _ 13.8( Lalng & Muckey, sup, 3 Dr. 120— • Paul N. Loomls, auditing 10.00 Dr. 124— Paul N. Loomls, auditing Dr. 129- 10.00 Paul N. Loomls, auditing 10.00 Dr. 130•Paul N. Loomls, auditing : 10.00 Dr. 139- iPaul N. Loomls, auditing 10.00 Dr. 140— 'Paul N. Loomls, auditing 6.00 Dr. 141— 'Paul N. Loomls, auditing 10.00 Dr.-148— 'Paul N. Loomls, auditing 10.00 Dr. 151— 'Paul N. Loomls, auditing 5.00 S _.. Amy Johnson .."I- — •Nina outton _..,;;:;— - tL'KT 2 -°» BaVd Hasz ____,. J.-J. Keeling ..III";; Thofi^Akre, pfov. *' m A, rf. Connelly ^"~ r^ T*.%.nMHM r^^_»_ -"•—*.— 1.UU 4.00 S.OO Clara Cook Mpe & Sjogren, prov" Neltzel • i .__ W. A, • White, pTovT Aug. Rosenau ____ 2 ..... ^s m Laura Campbell "" ™ T H - Post, rent C. . o son «••»•.« umni " .picny ^' 8 ' *""^'"""^ 8 "'" . w. F. Stone sup:::---— - NO 3 .".• ^-^ JVfa Grain \^\>. t AUCI -nine .i* alic _________ 90,« 95.0) R*fl.HVlnn/lm» """^'w'Vtr' '*.1| J 3.99 W. H. Stott, prov. -. eB ,,,., Bonacker Bros,, prov. Con Hig- W. T. PlTters,"mea"care""Mi"s" -John Evenette supBRfvniSoiR/ DIST."NO" 4 W. T. Peters, med. care Delbert Rike __ ~"lS7?> 'Ralph 'Parsons "~~ 1&75 Bettln's Cash Grocery, prov Julius Brlggs J. O. Clapsaddle, med "old Hiram -Ward 26:00 Julius Briggs u.00 Housour baby 2 no C. Q.. Rentz —- "" 61.50 O. P. McDonald & Co., sup. Mrs, Amos Klnney 30?>fl D. L. Godden 14.95 By Charles Morris for road 79 S. W. Meyer, med7~cafe~"Henry Meyer family ______ Merrill Bros., prov. Amos.~Bergman ; L. M. Merrltt, ambuJ_.nce~"ser- vice Chester Simpson •_; SOPlBRVISOR r>IST. NO Selmer E. Uhr, prov. Mrs. - Chas. >Edwards E. L Hansen, prov. Mr*. Edwards . —___..._ iSanborn'a cash Store, provT •Wm. Morris 1_ C; .R. Smith & Co., Walker _ Mrs. Mary Websterr~cafe~No~el 'Entwlstle Art Lester, rent __ J. F. IFaulkner axoo (Frank Miller 10.00 Mrs. Blanche Jenks, renT Mrs. Harold Jorgensen Adam Reefer, transp. Ftfllerton -Lumber Co., "fuel Moslman family J. C. Atherton, sup.' •Moslman 37.H . SS.M| aw I us 1.81 I IB 45.M 14.0) I Esther 5.5 I 6.H 35.00 7.00 48.M M5 Dr. 166— Paul N. Loomls, auditing Dr. 170— 10.00 Paul N. Loomls, auditing 10.00 Dr. 173— Paul N-. Loomls, auditing Sub 8 of 60— 10.00 Paul N. Loomls, auditing 10.00 Sub 10 of 60— 10.00 Paul N. Loomls, auditing H-K No. 2-36- 'Hllbert iSeveriehs, labor 21.87 H-K No. 3-46•Farmers Co-op. Society, sup. ,37 LIBRARY FUND St. Paul Book & Stationery -Co., books ; 34.80 COURT FUND B. J. McEvoy, judgment and costs _ 3397 H. B. White, J. P. fees 8.60 Carl Dahlhauser, sheriff 775 H. A. Van Alstyne, constaTJie" .85 C. 'F. Specht, mayor _ 3.00 F. W. Green,, marshal " " 1,65 H. B. White, J. P. fee _" U50 Carl Dahlhauser, sheriff " 8.90 M. S. Johnson, witness fee 60 Frank; Vera, w itnes fee .66 L. T. Griffin, constable 4.15 P. A. Danson, J. P. fee 14flO Albert A. Delterlng; wltnesVfee - -.30 Herman Keaproth, witness fee 230 J. R. FarreH. J. P. fee 6,15 John Hutchison, mayor _ 4.00 Carl Johnson, marshal "". " 225 H. B. White, serv. 1000 INSANE FUND" E. J. MoEvoy, clerk's fee 6.28 Carl Dahlhauser, sheriff fee "" 18.70 A, Hutchison, commissioner 300 C. H, Cretzmeyer, physician""" 3.00 John R. Farrell, witness 4 00 Sanford & Lindebak" fuel Frank Stewart Dr. A. J. Eason, dental" work" Mrs. Ray Sankey 29.00 Fred Schmidt 6.00 Algonquin Fox Farm, rent Albert Olson __' C. H. Cretzmeyer, med. aid IRlay Sankey SUPERVISOR DOST. NO~ 2 J. 'W. Neville, eup. Bob Stevens ;• "s.Tio •Lester Evans . 3.16 E. N. Taylor Inc., fuel 23.45 Jim Taft _• 7.45 'Fred S€Hlcho\v 6.60 Ebb (Burbank 7 ." 3.00 Mrs. Robt. Dutton _ 6.50 Mrs. Wilbur St. John, care of Myrtle St. John __, 34.3 W. T. Pllcher, prov. GAU , C. K. Johnson G.Ol Henry Cook 1.40 Igona Co-Op. Cry. c°.> prov._ Aug. Rosenau .96 Wm. Harris .&t Amy Johnson _ 1.44 Clara Neitzel .84 C. D. James, sup. G. E. Van Dorston 12.00 . Gllllngham, rent Mrs. Brayton ___. «.M Valter Fraser, med. ewe U.Wn Mrs. J. Seifert __ __ __ 6.00 Mrs. R. Stelnman 9.00 . H. Cretzmeyer, med, care 75.00 | Myrtle St. John 10.00 IGlslle Johnson ~._- «5,00 1. A. Evans, med. care 13.73 Jesse Umberhauer 7.25 Forest Mlnard ; 2.50 Mrs. Johanna' Koch _ 3.00 Geo. Hunt . ; 1.00 M. O. Bourne, Mrs. Sutherland (,w Hugh Carroll :___ tM Lawrence Laurltaon ; 7.00 Mrs. S. M. Jordan 6,00 ;. M. Wallace, med. care Mrs. Root Bowman ; 18.75 ohn N. Keneftck, med. care__ 22.81 Lowell Walker __ _____ 16.00 Robt. Knudsen 2.00 Mrs. Mathison a&O (Rtobt. Dutton 1.00 H. E, Worthlngton __ 1.00 Robt. Knudsen 1.00 t. A. Clark, prov. W iRobt. Bowman ; 6.00 Jim Jones _ 2.00 Frank Splker 1.00 .Igona Co-Op. Cry. Co., prov._ n.w Amy Johnson _"_____ 3.06 F. Stoner 8.36 Wm. Baker ____. 1.6S Aug. Rosenau 2.04 Ole Peterson 1.86 ikely OH Co., fuel O. J, Stephenson B. J. McEvoy, clerk's fee 10.60 John Schumacher, Sec. ____ Dlst. Carl Dahlhauser, sheriff _ _4 - .45 C. H. Cretzmeyer, comm. SOO A. Hutchison, com. ~I~ 6.00 No. 234 _. 21.81 John Schumacher, Sec. Road Dist, No. 227 ___ 39.09 John Schumacher, Sec. Road Dlst. -No. 231 106.70 John Schumacher, Sec. Road Dlst. No. 217 John Schumacher, See. Road P. V, Janse, physician ___ ~ 3.00 Murt Jorgenson, witness " 520 66.05 coun ty. Iowa, and , It Is necessary that the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county, as a Local Governing Body appropriate the sum of $400.00 to be used on the Local Civil Works Administrative Project No. 22 of Kossuth county Iowa, THiHRfGPQIHE, BB IT RBSOUVED by the Board of Supervisors' of Kossuth, county, Iowa, that Kossuth county appropriate the sum of $400.00 to be used on Local Civil Works Administration Project No. 23 of Kossuth county, Iowa. Dlst. No. 248 73.86 John Schumacher, Seo, Road Dlst. No. 2-19 John Schumacher, Sec. "Road Dist. No. 247 27.98 John Schumacher, Sec. Road Dist. No. 246 225.11 M. T. MoGuire, grading __!"_ 251.44 ROAD MAINTBN'A'NCB FUND Town of Wesley, water serv. 9.00 E. W. Lusby, sup. 4,95 Equitable Life Assurance Soc." gravel land 600.00 City of Algona, light "and'wat" er service 13.36 Tillie Wagner, rlght-ol-way " 100.00 Central States Eleo. Co., light service 1,00 'Northwestern Bell Tel. CaTte!" service 27.40 Central State Electric Co., light service 4 07 Brady Motor freight, frgf. 2.54 Joe M. Esser, patrol 7290 Clem Goodman, patrol - —— 6260 Wm. F. Gronbach, patrol 47.25 Tom Weir, patrol _ 6360 Fred J. Coon, patrol " " 6860 Fred Baumgartner, patrol I 84.00 Glen Swanson, patrol " 8400 Clarence Goods, patrol 75 60 S. D. McDonald, patrol _ 71.40 Ed Fuchsen, patrol 61.60 John Hanselman, patrol 12060 Joe Hclderscheldt, patrol" ss'&ft Clifford Holmes, labor ssVs Peter Movlck, labor 4320 James MoMahon, labor SO 60 Wilbur A. Fischer, labor C. A. Lamoreux, labor COUNTY Lyons &) Carnahan, school books _________ Rand McNally & Co,, "school books _____________ 161 69 Scott Foresan & Co., school books __ 63 31 Unvlerslty Pub. ~~Co."~" school oooks ________ g32 41 World IBook Co., school "books" 29'OT Row, Peterson •& Co., school books ------- ....... 05 17 Crescent Printing Co., school books __ Macmlllan Co7,"schoorbooks"r John C. Winston Co., school books ___________ iQinn, & Co., schooT'bookiT"""" 2235! Hough ton Mifflin Co., school books Charles B. Merrirf"Co."."»chooi books Pdllett PuWishin"g~"Co7,~" school books 63.00 Oliver Young, labor ____ 68.60 F. D. Pruisman, labor " " 4550 Chester Alme, labor ___ " 691-5 Will Leeper, labor ______ , 72 .60 J. P. Qulnn, labor 7230 Oscar Earing, labor TITO Johns. Nelson, labor"": 67.60 J. -H. Montgomery, Jabor 72.90 " , Clyde Sanders, labor 69.53 27,01 6.63 49,00 44.62 347.61 Charles Borlbnir's"Sons,"_chool books A. N. Palmer~Cor,"School~t>ooki American Book Co., school Laldlaw Bros.""_chool~books~" "^s Iroquols Pub. Co., school books 2015! . POOR FUMD °e Gunder, rent Wm. A. Soil, clmd. $6 not t M, M, Edmund"s~e'n","provTlHarry ard family, clmd. »20__ not allowed George A. Helgens, rent Mln- flru IHmlyl. Clmd. S20 Tint* n ..varo* L. M. Owen, rent Cha_.""John- Wea son. clmd. »60 not allow«d °B.^-t,£ ein1 ^ P 1 ^-. c «e Harry Alb. Bratlln - | - Moslman family _5 4B " " _ w ^°& rein ' Prov. John" Pox 5.6 Frank! Bros., prov. Ray San., — «- iA f """""" 'Fred Schneider — 1 Grocery, prov. 1.8 10.0); ilarle OBakken, • rent Mrs. Klein frank Koppen, rent Roy J-iee_ " r lo Johnson, rent Bob Stevens t. Anthony's Home, care Davis & Taft children H. L. MoCorkle, rental work Clara Neltzrt _ iuola Wallace, rent Wilbur „., •Holdren ____: "• W; | Mrs. Bertha M. Murray, rent m f Clara Neltzel . ™ 1 Mrs. Ben Rushton, rent A. R. 'Patterson B. B, Grinnell, rent Jim Mo- Gee ,__ F. s. Norton & Son, fuel <3, Van Doraton _______ 6,85 Ebb Burbank ___ ___ ___ 6.85 Clara Neltzel _ _ 1.00 Frank Powloski __ __ _ 5.85 Mrs. Vera Rutledge ___ 3.00 G_3N®RA.l4 POOH. . L. Hansen, sup. ___ 8. Geleel, woc4 *___ _____ Jake Keller, serv, pauper notice ____ •,... ____ _ ____ . _____ F. W. IGreen, a^rv. pauper notice __ _______ ________ ____ Car! Dahlhauser, aery., pauper notice _____ . ___ „ F. 8. Norton & Spiv, fuel FARM rohn Kenning, labor",___—— Frank W. Elbert, repairing -pump „ ;_; Prank L. Miller, Ugntserv. — K. D. James, sup.—.——— Qeorge HoUtzbauer, sup. _ Richardson Furniture Co., repairs ___*____„_,___., Geo. B. Johnson, sup. __, J. W. Swanson. hauling corn.. W. H. Rlcklefs; hauling corn.. Lalng & Muokey, repairs —•-— Co., sup. _____,_,.— --- •-- -™--r —,*• *r~*r* ^»(BH««<p•.——— Matt Murtha, sup. ______ Fred Park, exp. Roy Sherman, sup,' _. Coast to Coast Store,' sup. — R. A. Clark, sup, ___ Thos. Akro, prov. rtiorv n >~ '"--»-r gej.ylpe, repairs >, med. care ,_ - N. Taylor JOO., fuel ------B. W. Lusby, «up „_ ________ ». B-380t,VBP: Thftt t& County A tor la hereby ordered and direct^ ,; issue vata-apts tor all bills a"o«f Jt| this weetlngf 09 per 'Schedule Claims" hereinbefore written as, vote on each Indilvt^al W». On motion JBow4 adjourn** to ' ft. ta, February

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