Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1938 · Page 8
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FENTON RURAL SCHOOL PUPILS EN JOY PICNIC Fenton, May 18—ftural schools around Fenton which closed Friday with, picnics and programs, with the parents as guests, are: Dlst. No. 2, Mathilda Ruhnke, picnic at the river; No. 9; Myrtle Hanna, Lone Rock, teacher, dinner at noon with games forming the entertainment; Eldora Struecker, teaching in Denmark township, picnic on school ground; Dorothea Gerhart, picnic Monday; Independent No. 1, Palo Alto, picnic, Clara Stelpflug, teacher; the Votteler school, taught 'by Pearl Jacotosen, picnic at Tuttle Lake; Sidonla liierstedt, teacher Fairville school, picnic suid games; Ruth Hantel- inan, Vernon No. 6, games. picnic and Girls' I-1I Club Meets— The Independence Idealists girls' 4-H club met Saturday afternoon •with Marian Berkland. Ten. mem- 'ber.s, two leaders, three visitors, and Miss Dunkelberg, H. D. A., were present. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Helen Kern was elected delegate to the Ames convention and Marinn Berkland was elected to go to Camp Foster. Miss Dunkelberg gave (i talk and explanation of liiilly day and subjects pertaining to home efficiency project; talk, how to save clothes from moths, Lois Kerber; demonstration, how to wash windows, Maxlne Emego. Lunch was served by the hostess. Dinner Honors Itnptised IJube— Mr. and Mrs. William Miller entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their infant daughter, Alvina Mary, who was baptised at the Fairville Lutheran church by the Rev. H. D. Stahmer. Sponsors were Claude Seeley, Mrs. Walter Wegener and Mrs. A. D. Bleckwenn. Guests were the Rev. H. D. Stahmer family, the Walter Weg- •eners, A. D. Bleckwenn family, Mrs. Henry Miller, Mrs. Minnie Dreyer. Claude Seeley, and John Wegener. Baccalaureate is Given— Baccalaureate services were held Sunday evening in the Methodist church for the 22 graduates. The program was: processional, Pearl Christensen; invocation, the Rev. J. G. Waterman; song, high school mixed chorus; sermon, IMind Supreme, the Rev. Mr. Waterman; solo, Virginia Frank, accompanied at the piano by Phyllis Frank; recessional, Miss Christensen. Herman Dreyers, and to attend the commencement exercises. Her sister Ruth Is a graduate. The Harlan Oaards, accompanied by the Rev. A. K. Gaards, of Cylinder, went to Clayter Saturday to visit Mrs. Harlan Gaard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Nernas. They returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel went to Wells, Minn., 'Sunday to visit Mrs. Newel's mother, Mrs. Mary Sorenson. Mr. Newel came home Sunday evening and Mrs. Newel remained for a week. The Joe'McGovern family, Whi-t- temore, Visited the parental W. P. Welsbrods Sunday afternoon. Mrs McGovern's sister, Helena Weisbrod, accompanied them home for a week. The Henry Sehulte family went to Gaylord, Minn., Saturday because of the serious illness of Mrs Schulte's mother, Mrs. George Formals. They returned Monday. The 0. H. Stoebers entertained Sunday the John and Joe Verbrugge and the Lassey families, and Maud Brimmer and Emil Agard, all of Armstrong. Mrs. Gertrude Harrison, who has been visiting her son Robert for three weeks, will leave late this week for Silena, Kans., to remain a year with a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Swensen and Clarence Swensen, Humboldt, visited at Bertel Berkeland's and William Alderson's Sunday. The Frank Schattschneiders, of Whittemore, visited Mrs. Schatt- sehneider's mother, Mrs. Jake Hengel, Sunday. Maxine, daughter of the William Donahoos Jr., who attends school at Emmetsburg, spent the weekend at home. The Milton Weistirods spent Sunday at Klemme visiting Mrs. Welsbrod's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schoeiiwetter. Fred Zwelfel, Ames student, spent from Thursday to Sunday evening with his parents, the J. A. Zwelfels. Mrs. Kate Newel and Chris Mieske, and the Chas. Newel family were Sunday guests at G. B. Johnson's. The Carl and Derwood Kerns spent Sunday with the Dean Nellls family at Renwlck. Gladys Sleicher entertained her bridge club at Lester Weisbrod's last Wednesday. The William Harrisons, Algona were Sunday guests at Robert Harrison's. Alvlra Laabs had a tonsillectomy at Dr. J. A. Mueller's Friday morning. Mrs. Chas. Nelson entertained the Chat and Chew club Friday "afternoon. Burt Township __^<....^._ •. i .- iitii i*. L bremmei Geo. F.'JiftW'wU B R. Woltz Verha ;9oettcher Paul krtethe F^WUS?™ B. * ««*.<« G. W. Blelch C. C. Smith Harvey Graham Cresco Toynshlp __e. N.' Robinson Harry Sabln Ben Dwenger Eagle Township -John P. Peterson • - Lawrence Thorson Joe Von. Bank East Lone Rock (Burt Twp.) _* ..Delbert Hanna MaNow Wim. Stoutenberg Fenton H. H, Dreyer i Gaylord Johnson Gus Krauso M. N. Phillips Minnie Matern O. H. Lliule Emll O'Orern Karl Ewoldt Merle Richards Brooder is Burned; 300 Chicks Saved Fenton, May 18—A broader stove owned by Melvin Mansager caught fire Friday morning when the overflow became clogged, allowing the oil to drip on the floor. Part of the floor burned and it was necessary to remove the stove from the brooder house to save the building. All of 300 baby chicks were removed unharmed. Fred Bohn John Newel darticle! . Ed Edwards Joe Schallen R. B. Bernlnghaus German Ubbo Winter Robert Kruso v W. E. Stoeber W. C. Stamer iFrank Elgler H. W. BalKomftn Mike Wagner Herman Dreesman John Boekelman F. P. Newel, mttf. _..*— *--H H. Wlddel, ml*. ......... Stodber, ml*. ........ -* mtg. i -A. C. Lfnde, nitg. A. B, Tweeten, mtg. Fred Peterson, mtg. . J, G, Haglund, mtg. Roy G. Burgeson, mtg. Axel EHckson, wtg. .--A. Emanuel Anderson, m O. L. Thorson, mtg. and exp. Floyd Colwell Harold Fischer Mrs. Vern Austin A. Fangman Swallows Paper Clip. Fenton, May 18—Harold Padgett, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Padgett, swallowed a brass paper clip at school Friday. His (.mother fed him mashed potatoes, and thus far he suffered no ill effects. SEED CORN—SEED FOR LATE iplanting will find ready sale in this fur-sale section. 34-36g Board Proceedings Auditor's Office, April 2!), 193S. 30:00 o'clock a. m. (Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. County Auditor was dlrect- ud to open and read all sealed bids on gasoline to be used by Kossuth county in 193S. On motion board adjourned until 1:00 o'clock p. m. Gives Talk on Canada— The Independence Farm Bureau met at Center school Friday evening. Alfred Mulr spoke on Canada, where he lived for 15 years. Community singing was led by Faith Finnestad and games were played. The program and refreshments committee was composed ot the Alfred Muirs, Hilbert Hantel- mans, and A. D. Bleckwenns, and Ole Twaiten. Auditor's Ofiflce, April 29, 193S. 1:00 o'.clock p. m. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. All bids were read and considered by the Board of Supervisors. Motion by Morris and seconded by Cosgrove that all gasoline bids be rejected was voted on as follows: Ayes: Morris, Cosgrove, Fraser, McDonald. -Nays: Helken. Motion carried. 1:30 o'clock, p. m. Sealed bids for grading in Kossuth for 193S were opened, read, and considered. Motion by Morris and seconded by Cosgrove that McGutre Brothers be awarded the grading contract for grading In Kossuth county for 193S. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Cosgrove that MqGiiire Brothers, contractors' bond for $9,150.60 be approved. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned until Henry Schmidt Grant w. C. Engstro-m Ell Anderson Richard Anderson Greenwood Qeo. W. Nyman John Karsten Jake Keller COUNTINK3- BOARD Mrs. Chas. Baker Mrs. A. H. Fuchs Mrs. Roy Htitton Mrs. Geo. Garment! Frank Coyne Harrison _j oe R a he J. J. Anderson Jake Kelly Mayme Sperbeck Peter Looft COUNTING BOARD . Geo. Butterfleld D. W. Fulta Mrs. Jennie McCrary Fred Berggren Mrs. W. G. Smith Hebron H O. Larson Ra.y Elohliorn Lewis Ehrlck William Franke John Simmons Irvington Henry Scheppman Carl Hutchlns M. L. Roney Herman Becker U. B. Frankl Lakota (Lcdyard) . _ c, O. Peterson O. S. Nelson S, P. Powera Mrs. Olga Wertman Sam Warburton ' COUNTING BOARD Mrs. Jennie Gutknecht Mrs. Laura Rosenau Ole K. Flom, mtg. L. A. Bolfineus, mtg. --H. J. Sherman, mtg. Fred A. Dlekmnn, mtg. P. A. Dfinson. J. P- tees —7-1 H. A. Van Alstyne, marshal T. M. Weaver,"TuTy~"fees" Henry Llchtcr, jury fees j W. Glllesple, Jury fees Geo. Wllley, jury fees V. Moore, Jury fees -I. E. Matthews, jury fees — \1 Anderson, witness fees — Lloyd Phillips, witness fees .. Leslie Smith, witness fees ... Henry Hahle, witness fees ... W. A. Schram, mtg. i AA ' 4,00 4.00 4.00 6.00 0.00 C.OO 8.00 8,00 8.00 8.00 •t.OO 93.46 Verne Mwlmder, patrol! , - » i ._ 41. tt Clyde Banders, patrol .^^^ SiUO Mike Baker, patrol ..»..s...*<i Ed Baker, patrol _., .—.* Hugh Butterfleld, patrol .... E-lmer Bwlhg, patrol __„ C. H, Montgomery, patrol ... Sam Llchllter, labor _„.:...— 16.00 G. W. Gunder, labor ..*..... 6.83 Tony Seller, labor ^i...-— ™.SO Arthur Larson, labor „<.;...*. w.iu Leo N. Goche, labor __^_—... 3.00 B'oelf B. Miller, labor ?|.00 Robert Wood, labor _ —._ "7.00 I. W. Elliott, labor .,..,.—— mm Richard Garrett, labor ...... 3.00 Jack Lynch, labor — 27.W James Kelso, labor ISM Aloyslus Rahe, labor ~ 4.W Will Knight, ia'bor .... , 21.00 Mrs. Gertrude Schlssel May 193S. Birthday is Celebrated- Mrs. Raymond Stoeber entertained at three tables of bridge Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Clarence Theesfield's birthday anniversary. 'Mrs. Dorothea Gerhart "won high score, and Mrs. 0. H. Stoeber the low. Jfurses to Graduate— Alice Dreyer, eldest daughter of the H. H. Dreyers, Anna Lorraine Kollasch, Leona Nlssen, Ringsted, and J. Mae Peterson, of Swea City, are graduating from the Lutheran hospital nurse's school Moinee June 1. at Des Keceires Keint-mbrunce— The Birthday club met with Mrs. Bartin Hantolman Thursday afternoon. Cards were the entertainment and Mrs. Hantelman was presented with an electric toaster as a remetdbrance . Birthdays of Two Observed— Mrs. Raymond Priebe entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her husband and son Donnie. who were celebrating birthdays. Guests were the Edw. and families. Carl Priebe Schweppes Leave Fenton— The Arthur Sehweppe family moved to Algona Monday. Mr. Sehweppe is now working for the George Miller construction company. ' Undertakers to Convention— Fred Newel and Clarence Yager are to attend a convention for undertakers Wednesday to Friday at Des Moines. Other Fenton. Mrs, J. A. Schwartz and Robert and Betty Jean, C. F. C. Laage, and I»yle Newel, went to Ames Saturday, where Lyle and Robert attended Veishea and vieited their brothers Harold Newel and James Schwartz. Mrs, Schwartz and Betty Jean and Mr. Laage went on to Des Moines to visit Edith. Laage and Mrs. Minnie Stark. They returned home Sunday evening. Loretta Meyer and Helen Jacobsen, of Denver, Colo., came last •week Tuesday to visit Loretta'a parents, the Martin Meyers. They •will leave Thursday for Mitchell, S. D., to visit Helen's family. They will return to Denver by June 1, where they are employed. The John Arbogaste, entertained Sunday the Ray Baumgardners and Mrs. Gertie Larson, of Mc- C*llsiburg, Mrs. Elizalieth D*wnp- «ey, Eula Mae and Betty Ann Sharp, Lone Rock, the Chris God- fredsons, Ringsted, and William Huskamps. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede, Fort Dodge, spent Sunday with Mrs. "Wrede's parents, the G. R. Krauaes. They also attended the baccalaureate services Sunday evening. Mrs. Wrede's brother, Edmund Krause, is a graduate. The Otto Hansons and Lawrence Hansons were Sunday guests of Mrs. John Hagg, en route to Brlcelyn, Minn., where they visited Mr. Hanson's father, who is very ill. They returned home Sunday evening. Alice Dreyer, Des Moines, came Monday evening to visit till Wednesday with her parents, the Auditor's Office, May 2, 193S. 9:00 o'clock a. m. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment wrth all mem!b«ra present. Motion by Helkcn and seconded by Fraser that Morris toe appointed to make necessary repairs on the following drains: D. D. No. 4, No. 173, and P. A. K. Jt. No. 1. Ayes: All. •Motion by 'Helken and seconded by Morris that Fraser be appointed to make repairs on Drain No ICG. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Fraeer that Helken be appointed to make necessary repairs on Drains No. SO, No. 82, No. 60. No. 139, No. 166, No. 102, No. 24, Sub 2 of 60, Sut> 8 of No 60 No. 124, and No. 125. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Heiken that Gravel Petition No. 452 je placed on file. Ayes: All. Motion t>y Fraser and seconded by leiken that a pauper notice be served on Roy Anderson. Ayes: All. Motion by Heiken and seconded by Morris that Cosgrove be appointed to make repaJre on Drain No. 173. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by rlelken that County Auditor is here- jy authorized to pay the sum of ;275.00 balance due on mortgage held >y A. W. Rummens Eat., together with interest In the amount of $49.50. Ayea: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Fraser that the Final estimate on Gravel Projects be approved as folows: Projects No. 30, No. 29, No. 26, No. 31, No. 28, No. 23, No. 40, No. 29, No. 42, No 10, No. 37, No. 27, No. 9, No 33, No. 35, No. 32. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Hetken that B. S. Kinsey, county auditor of Kossuth county, Iowa, be directed to enforce collection of all aums advanced by Kossuth county, :owa, in behalf of Donald Carlson for lis expena*. and keep in Cherokee State hospital. Said claim to be ag-alnst the Ellen H. Carlson estate. Ayes: All. Motion by Coegrove and seconded by Helken that B. S. Kinsey. County Auditor of Kossuth county, Iowa, be directed to nforee collection of all sums advanced by Kossuth county, Iowa, in behalf of Leo Greln for his expense and keep in Cheroke State lospltal, said claim to be against the John Grein estate. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Selken that M. J. Duffy, County Treasurer, is hereby directed to file a claim with the Treasurer of the State of Iowa for the payment of a Trust Certificate in the amount of 414,741.34 flven by the Exchange State Bant of Wesley, Iowa. This Is done in accordance with Section 7420-B1 of the 1933 Code of Iowa. RiESOITUTTON WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors of Koaouth county, Iowa, entered nto an agreement with the Exchange State bank of Wesley, Iowa, waving certain accounts that were on deposit In the aforementioned 'Bank, and, WHEREAS, The Treasurer of the State of Iowa, Is making preparation to pay claim of Kossuth county, covering funds In the reorganized Ex- change State Bank of Wesley, and WHEREAS, the remaining amount of the claim as evidenced by the endorsements of the Trust Certificate given by the Exchange State Bank or Wesley, is Fourteen Thousand Seven Hundred Forty-one Dollars and Thirty-four- cents ($14,741.3-1). NOAV liHElREiFORE, BE IT RE- S0UV-ED, said claim should be assigned to the Treasurer of the State of Iowa as provided in Section 7420-B1 o£ the 1935 Code ot Iowa. Adopted this 2nd day of Moy, 193S. Ayes: Morris, Heiken, C'osgrove, Fraser, McDonald. Nays: None. Motion by Morris and seconded by Heiken that M. J. Duffy, County Treasurer, Is herdby directed to file a claim with the Treasurer of the State of Iowa for the payment of a Trust Certificate in the amount of $29,316.36 given by the Farmers and Traders Sovlngs Bank of Bancroft, Iowa. This is done in accordance with Section 7420-CB1 of the 1935 Code of Iowa. R1ESOL/UTION WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, entered nto an agreement with the Farmers and Traders Savings Bank of Bancroft, Iowa, waving certain accounts that were on deposit in the afore mentioned Bank, ond W1HERBAS, the Treasurer of the State of Iowa is making preparation to pay claim of Kossuth county, covering funds in the reorganized Farmers and Traders Sovlngs Bank of Bancoft, Iowa, and W'KEfREbYS, the remaining amount of the claim as evidenced by the endorsements of the Trust Certificate given by the Farmers and Traders Savings Bank of Boncroft,, Iowa, is Twenty-nine Thousand Three Hundred Sixteen Dollars and Thirty-six cents ($29,316.36). NOW T,HE/R!E>FORE, BE IT RE- SOL/VBD, said claim should be assigned to the Treasurer of the State of Iowa as provided in Section 7420-B1 of the 1935 Code of Iowa. B-B IT FTJRTHIER. RESOLVED, That the proper County Officers be and they are hereby authorized to execute subrogation contracts and assignments, agreements as furnished Ledyard __j. H. Mousel J. H. Holcomb Ed Looft COUNTING BOARD John Hartshorn J. H. Welfare Ed. Halverson Lincoln p au i Hertzke B. F. Edwards J. H. Wariburton Lone Rock (Fenton) p.. M. Christensen Alex Rtvdig W. G. Flaig Lotts Creek Noah IR'etsner Andrew Elbert C. W. Elbert COUNTING BOARD ' Richard Potratz Louis Haackbarth Otto Ruhnke Lu Verne C. F. chambers Albert A. Schlpull F. J. Chapman COUNTING BOARD F. K. Clapaaddle Hulda Frltzemeler Anna Murray Plum Creek .Henry Bailey Alfred Jergenson J. E. McEnroe Portland Russel Shlpler Elsie Stott W. H. Schwietcrt Prairie John Arndorfer Geo. Clnk Isadore Mayer Ramsey _, Rinerd Johnson Frank Clnk A. B. Lappe Riverdale John Friderea . Charles Plathe Henry Bopmann Seneca I. F. Engegser Otto R. Jensen Joe, Crowley Sexton (Irvington) A. J. Kirsohbaum S. J. Devlne M. H. McEnroe Sherman Henry Kohlhaas Simeon Leigh Clarence Hentges, labor .... Martin Pederson, laibor _.._.i i no Henry Wohlers, labor 100 A. C. Andersen, laibor ... i'oo Carl Anderson, labor ___._.-. i'oo Joe Schlltz, laibor — inn Geo. C. Schultz, labor m John Rlppentrop, labor .. 'So Arno Rlstau, labor , 'm Henry Tjaden, labor I'M Olaf Oftedahl, labor ___-.._.. om 13. Q. Stinstrom, labor Voo Frank J. Burke, labor 8.75 Di<ek Baade piles son. '*;. . .„ Shell Petrofcmn'"(.- n -,; " Cla Piles (.- n -,; u n>, « '*&&& . P. Roscoe Mawdsley, mtg. Henry Bailey, mtg. Alfred Jergenson, mtg. Clark Scijffham, mtg. and auar. exp. B. F. Edwards, mtg. Paul Herulce mtg. S'oo Chester Fitch, labor Voo John F. Loncrtz, labor ». 800 K. L. Fitch, laibor K. J. Palmer, labor --.-- -.. „„,„,,. mc Walter Johnson, labor,.. &* Dr. cprbln, mc(]|cn| -- , ....... Peerless Oil Co., supples ---- 414.22 Dr. Janae, Haggard & Waller, printing _ printing Louis Anderson, mtg. Guy B. Risk, mtg L. W. Kessel, mtg. S. F. Blome, mtg. Joe Rahe, mtg. J. E. Kelley, mis. Geo. 15. Butterfleld, mtg. J. J. Anderson, mtg. 1.140 - s'oo Central e'oo light serv. _-— SCO Central States Electric Co., VfiO light serv. 100 Shell Petroleum Corp., sup- I'fjO plies ,(00 Farmers' Coop. Soc., supplies. as $ z&i Kossuth ~~jifm~.fi7.r- .28 care JI<I!I PIIIII, L J!i^ an ~~»°~f>ftHr 1.02 Geo^cPnk^ml?" 1 "^ 800 Thompson Yards Inc. oep. unK mtg. ... J-YY <-,„.,,.„„ tmit^hnuer. i John Arndorfer, mtg. Isadore Mayer, mtg. Geo. B. Ludwlg, mtg. S.OO George. Holtzbauer, s'flO Kossuth Co. Implement s!oo K Q BwSldt mtK 1 * "-CO Tltonka '«o5Km|th. Wbor ... &: w Shf'nu^-.::::::::: .«.« ^.jy^j^s^. -^^^r D. A. Carpenter Mrs. Wm. Flynn Norman- PinKle Theo. Wollentine Bert Coder Mlnno Rlsliis Geo. -P.cttlt. Art Priebe John Kohhves Geo. Wlnkel Nick Gengler Alfred WlttkopC H. C. Allen Harry Lichty Arthur Hot P. F. Krlethe, mts. E. R. Woltz, mtg. Charles' il'oO Hoenk Motor Serv., supplies. •i'.OO Patterson EHectrlc Shop, labor ts STS^S. <«1 ?J? e &, SJoKi'cn, r»-ov' AS a^.Afe/r^ Henry Bormann, mtg. John Bormann, mtg. A. B. Lappe, mtg. .(CO W. G. Flaig, supplies; _. •"•>£ i'-armcrs El - - * ' .on, supplies U.63 Kunz Grain Co 'Sanford & I,i m U'l>.|i, ,—. i Qel-1 Coal J'nni.'. Yuol f " cl - ' litg- Albert McCa-r Rhlnard Johnson, nitfc. ; __ Earl H. Oushmnn, mtg. Chester Robinson, mtg. Harry Sabln, mtg. John Gcrber, mtg. *. A. Harvey, -inte'. Tom Reid,' mtg. Art Crulkshank, mtg. -lenry Tjaden, mtg. O. R. Jenson, mtg. C. Gast. mtg. [ F. Engesser, mtfj Chris Dahl, mtg. by the State Department of Iowa. Adopted this 2nd day of May, 19.TS. Ayes: Mk>rris, "Heiken, Coagrove, Fraser, McDonald. Nays: None. Motion by Helken and seconded by Fraser that the refund claim of C. G. Humphrey be not allowed. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Fraser that A. B. Chertand be refunded $3.00 for poll tax paid and also Herman Warmbler Springfield G. B. .Risk Louis Anderson Chester Johnson Swea , Arthur Anderson Axel Erickson Will Krumm Union Henry Tjaden John P. Byson • — Tom Reid Wesley O. K. Flom • L. A. Boleneus A. L. Klclnpeter Leo C. Miller Clark Scuffham E. O. Mann W. W. Rlngsdorf G. B. Ludwlg John Ludwlg John Hellman Earl Cushman John Bormann Wm. iRomchey Chris Dahl Art Paulson L. CV Hutchlns Henry Elscheid Clarence Green John P. 'Bormann S. F. Blome Lee W. Kessel O. L. Thorson M. J. Kennedy ' R. A. Harvey Glen Jenklnson Fred A. Kiekmann A. E. Giddlngs ,|'oO C. S. Johnso... . . — 4.00 Green-berg Auto Supply, sup- •ToO plies slflO Frank Cook, supplies 22.08 Farmers" Elevator'"fi'ioT ••! -.1.00 Frankl's Store, supplies 3.70 Rotsford Lumbe" C 'o Li—I 800 Jlartin Grelse, labor 38.i6 B . F. Burtis n . nt °" '"«! ... I XO!) McCormlck-Deerln'g Store, sup- Mrs. Joe Llc'htv r<" 400 Piles - 188-33 c. H. Llchty, rV'nt 4 00 Kohlhaas ,fe Spl-lles, supplies _ <n.01 Hugh Raney, re-it" 400 Graham's Store, supplies 2.7G School Board oC l 4.00 H. W. Post, freight . • &.00 , rent __ 4 00 Pratt Electric Co., supplies _ 19.715 i Dfs'f RU- .I'OO Arnold Motor Supply, supplies 4-1.95 Dr . •I w .nniuiu muLui ..mi'i'ij, «",.,*..-— ....... i_,i- t \vu.iiuce, ir.t'flic 4.00 Thompson^ irai ' llsaI _ n °v nnsllp Pi! c , s ° 4 ' Jl Dr. Janse, mullcul 67.&1 Kossuth ITospH.iV,' 4~.00 Dutch's Super 4.00 piles Service, sup- 4l(X) L. A. Moore Lumber Co., sup- 4^00 piles . 4.00 A. S. Kennedy, supplies W. W. RinSBdorf mtg. 4.00 A. S. Kennedy, suppura 01.00 W H. Sc wietert mtg. ^Z~ 4.00 Sioux City Iron Co., supplies. 4.95 E. O. Mann. mtg. 4.00 Itasco Alloy Co, supplies.. <">« Simeon Leigh, mtg. „_ S.OO Cords Piston Ring Co., sup- a£ H .,- . .SJogren. prov. H. J. Kohlhaas, mtg. H. A. Wariribler, mtg. John P. Bormann, mtg. Wm. Franke, mtg. L.' W. Eh-rich, mtg. Thomas Berg, mtg. H. O. Larson, mtff. Frank Clapsaddle, mtg. G. F. Chambers, mtg. •_. A. A. Schlpull, mtg. i H. C. Allen, mtg. Joe Schaller, mtg. H. W. Harms, mtg. 9.18 Dr. Bourne, nu>dlral Dr. Evans, medical S 00 piles __ _____ s'.OO Glbbs Cook" Tractor Co., sup- ^,. „„„,..,. ,„„ 9.50 plies --------------- 7--P-- I)r - Cretzmeyer, - . 7--P-4.00 Great Western Laboratories, 4.00 i supplies __________________ 4.00 J. W. Steel Co., supplies ---- - " ' ~- — - Dr. Meyer, medical Dr. Bourne, medical I Dr. Cretzmeyer, medical" Dr. Meyer, medical Dr. Andrews, medico! Sl.S- Mrs. Ella ririn-m. Alex Radlg, mtg. G. B. Johnson, mtg. H. H. Dreyer, mtg. H. F. Schultz, mtg. Ed Wlehtendahl, mtg. Fred H. Kollasch, mtg. Walter Vaudt, mtg. A. A. Fangmnnn, mtg. J. F. Coyne, mtg. John Karsten, mtg. 4.00 Wilson Road Mach. Co., sup- General Hospital! hosp"™;:' 4.00 piles iKUT Mrs. Mary Taylor <--- ; 4.00 Central Auto Electric Co., sup- Roy Steinman, care 4.00 plies .— O.M Anderson's Gi-oc , nrov" 1 4.00 Sargent Machine Co., supplies 2i.o4- R . A . C i ark pr ^ ' rov - -—I 4.00 Globe Mach. & Supply Co., My era Qroc. nrov I 4.00' supplies it-.=5 w . T. Pllch'er, prov * 4.00 Standard Bearings Co., • sup- Hoods I. G. A., prov. TW jj.i, ,.„,. ,,,„.,,.. , ... 194.72 V.OO ICei-icy Ho'w"~ Thompson *" Co."i R. B. Bernlnghaus, mtg. , _ , Mike Wagner, mtg. 4.00 plies —— J»-^ Standard Oil Co.. fuel"" P. M. Christenson, mtg. 4.00 Barton Warner Co., suppliea. 194.72 P _ g_ N orton & g,., , -:• ""• "-'"- ~'~ 4.00 Kelley How Thompson Co., _ st . Monica's Home,'cori " 4.00' supplies ,-—*— Mrs. Wm. Mvers, care " 1'JS Io ™ £2° hino * SuPP ' y C °" «.<» Howard Hardware, supplier; 4,00 supplies - 31.07 chr | s ti an Home 4.00 Fort Machine & Supply Co., - care - -i 4.00 supplies ,J2'S Alex MlTferT'rc'nt * 4.00 J. D. Adams, Co., supplies- 1613.66 R p Donovan rein S.OO The Balbach Co., supplies ... 49.73 A M- Colllnson rent S.OO Allls Chalmers Mfg. Co., sup- MrSi j. E . Moulds, rent T _ -..--. ... S.OO plies 32.14 Harold Schmidt, rent "" L. J. Kockler, mtg. 8.00 Selg Fort Doge Co., supplies— 56.o9 Mary Vanderllnden rent""" lOrtrtU TD n «-a*. «.*«. t ru\ T T If «-. u-ln-n -nrn^lj. WUI AR VC J ™ » tfciiul - t *" lULII, relit ... — Rich. Potratz, mtg. 4.00 J. I. Merryman, brige work__ 306.46 Dr Trlbon rent C. W. Elbert, mtg. 4.00 Standard Oil Co., supplies .__ 1182.12 W m F Behnke COUNTING BOARD Mrs. Frank Kouba Mabel Kent Henry Sherman Mrs. Lester Lease Ihno A. Gerdes Whittemore H. F. Sohultz Walter Vaudt Wm. Meyer CFred Kollasch Ervln SI ems COUNTING BOAIRD Mrs. W. F. Rehriers Jim Hogan Mrs. Will Higgins Mrs. H. E. Woodward Ed. Wichtendahl On motion Board proceeded to Audit worked In Burt township for 1937. • and Allow bills as "Per Schedule of 206.30 Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded Claims Hereinafter Written." COUNTY FUND assessing.., 139.00 Nemmers fbr 1937 be approved a» rcc- omwiended by Board Bancroft Ihcorp. of Revue All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Helken that a refund of $3.00 for poll . P. M., postage ' O t L. A. Barslou, assessing [Robert Bunkofske, assessing , __ "Bernhard, assessing .. C. Wegener, assessing.. 20.00 112.00 142.00 123.00 139.00 . .. tax be made to O. T. Cherland, Burt , Hollta Benschoter, assessing _ 112.00 township, for 1937, reason poll tax Ih n° A. Gerdea, assessing ---- 87.00 . . ---- 160.00 Motion by Helken and seconded by A. E. Ogren, assessing ...... 87.00 Fraser that the following transfers £ au l Phillips, assessing ..... 120.00 slon ___________ ___________ W. E. McDonald, comm. and session ____________ ____ 172.90 Fay Harmon, bounty _ " 10.00 W. W. Sullivan P. M., postage 15.03 Leo H. Guerdet, assessing ._ 131.00 W. H. Patterson, assessing . 116.00 National Reemployment , Office exp. . .......... _______ 74.40 C. H. Ostwinkle, del. tax coll. 78.65 "lasey Loss, board and lodge. prls. ' , , ---was worked and also paid. Ayes: All. j£- C. Hutchlns, assessing ---- be made from the Secondary Road . Maintenance fund Drainage Districts drainage assessments: Malnt. Fund to Drain H. K. ..... assessinB. 112.00 to the various M - A. Bartholomew, bounty In payment of J«*ri Hartshorn, wsesalnir __. 1.00 110.00 Chas. H. Lindhorst, assessing 131.00 Marvin Vaske, assessing 028.00 W No 1 I 11.16 Chas. Gollner, bounty _______ 5.00 Malnt F\md""to""D"rain""W.""K: °; W. BergBren, assessing .. S7.00 No. 35-89 80.60 Wm. Flaltf. assessing: _. ...... 40.00 Malnt. Fund to Drain Sub l"of S' H ' Swanson, bounty ------ l.oo W K No. 3-11 22.8S Oac a.r Frandle, assessing ____ 116.00 Maint. Fund to DfaTn'NaT" 207.10 Otto Wolf, assessing -------- 160.00 , -------Maint. Fund. to Drain No. 83 693.03 |^ **• Junkerraeler, assessing. alnt. Fund to Drain Trl. No. ' w ; WL - Reynolds, assessing ... 84 9680 Michael Heiderscheld, assess- Ayes""Aif. ........ " ......... 94.00 87.00 Mtotlon by Cosgrove and seconded cC- ........... -- ------- Stewart, assessing ---- 112.00 T% w - ----- . asesaing ------- 139.00 • JKUW^tUU if? XrfVS>m \J T V HI 11-* QCT_\J1 tVl G V* _ __ n i_ . "" ** *" ~ ~ by Fraser that a refund of J2.36 be O- I ^,. GraKnaTn - assessing S2.00 given B. S. Pannkuk for old aue pen- ^^Fhg^^r 8 - _ ass f?i n « }??•?? slon tax paid twice for the year 1936, receipts on file. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by : Fraser that E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor of Koasuth county, Iowa, be authorized to asslern Scavenger Tax Bale Certificate No. 1276, purchased by Kossuth county at tax sale held i D. C. Ellis, assessing I"I" 67.00 •"--"•-• • 98oo 1.60 7 assessing ._ • c - Ba.ugh.man, making keys December 7, 1936, to Dorothy Pearson. Ayes: All. Motion by Fraser and seconded by Garry McDonald, bounty 100 " " ™ • ... ' J'jj i <«L\A aouunx*c\» \jj . -— —^ —^ —:• •--* ......... O.UU Morris that the permanent School £.- «. , M ^° hel ;. assessing 112.00 Fund Loan for W300.00 of H. L. Potter Hugh McDonald, bounty 9.00 . assessing . 139.00 Northwestern Bell Tel. ~Co^ tel. serv. 57.68 Andrew Elbert, assessing 131.SO Garry McDonald, bount; C. C. Baug-hman, labor C. A. Heard, bounty be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Cosgrovo and seconded | Allen Darby, bounty 5.00 •»-» »V * — — —---* « H »_ H< .. H w.vw B. Hansen, assessing ... 142.00 •Max Bartholomew, bounty" s'oo Henchel Hartman, bounty 1220 C. W. Heerdt, bounty 1.00 by Fraser that the petition of Roy E. , Pearle Wcklafs, assessing 67.00 Zunkel to the Board of Supervisors '** a ~ D "- v --' • ' '-- "" be abated J3.00 poll tax for 1937 be disapproved. Ayes: All. Mtotion by Morris and. seconded by Fraser that the following- persons be: approinted to act as Judges and Clerks of -the Primary. Election: to be he!4 June 0, 1S38: Harry Schroeder, aaaesaTnV 44JOO "•—- "--- assessing ~~ 184.00 . Luedtke, bounty PWE3CINCT JODGEB Algona 1st Ward W. A. White CLE1RKS Joe Greenberg. Mrs. Geo. St. John Anna Zlttrlt6ch (Harriet Betchell COUNTINIG BOARD V. J. Sands Jr. Hazel Lusfoy R. a Blossom Algona 2nd Ward Frank Gelffel C. C. Soharlach Chae. Nolte COUNTrNG- BOA'RD G-eo. J. Elbert Hortense Ferguson Elizabeth Holroe-a Mrs. L. W. Keith Mrs. Mart McCall Olive S. Herbst Will Gilbrlde Harry Nolte Algona 3rd Ward Mary Strelt IHelmuth Huenhold Oscar Norman Mrs. Ed DaZollar! J. 8. Crowell COUNTHNK} BOARD L. J. Nelson Frank Kohlbaas Bertha Johnson Linda Clapsaddle Mrs. Alvin Huenhold IsabeUe Meiggs AJgona *th Ward B«rt Cronln (Mre. Gale Town? John Kohlhaas Mrs. B. C. Dickinson Vallle Trlbon COUNTING BOABID B. B. Norton May J. Harrington John B. McEnroe Mrs. John Foth John Overmyer Buffalo Township Wm. Stenzel B. P. Hanson- Chris Brandt Wra. Boyken Andrew M. Hanaen COUNTING BOABID 1 ' I Peter Beenken L. F. Calllee ••''•' Tillle Falk Wm. Stott ' . : , : ,,'-,- saw. Rike LM 139.00 43.01 5.00 6.00 P. C. : Gardner, aises»lng"":: City of -Xlgpna, light 'aenr. ___ L. C. McEnroe, bounty W. Wv Sullivan p. M,, "postage Treasurer of State of Iowa, Uoe . tiuc returns _ ____ . B.'-H,::Beardsley, aeeesalnff ___ 400.00 Allen 'Knor, bounty ' ; _ W. C. Stamer, assessing ____ 1.00 G4.00 78.00 Leo L. Lugwlg, bounty ___ 22.40 Norraa Flnnell, la/bor ______ 19.BO . . , ____ Frank W. EJfbert, asseesing Al Rosenmeyer, bounty Max Ferstl, bounty ____ Gerald Gronwoll, bounty Harry Looft, bounty 4.00 10.00 1.00 ________ 6.00 A. J. Kramensmeier, bounty __ 6.90 F. X. Wllhelmi, bounty D. F Sohwietert, bounty 11.80 4.00 8.00 iloo 6.00 Mary K. Sands, salary":::" 85.00 Evelyn A. Dole, salary 66.00 Bob I>*aj. bounty 8.06 J. B. Foley, bounty L. L Ludwlg, bounty Ted Toung, bounty Ted Toung, bounty Dorothy Bhutto, salary 65.00 Lucille Dole, salary C.OO FrelllnBer Bros., bounty 6.40 Genevleve Babert, bounty 2.10 Arthur Priebe, bounty .... 18.30 M. J. Duffy, adv. bounty 89.66 John Peffer, bounty ..... 5.00 Otto Elabeoker, bounty 4.00 ~~7F B. Coagrove, oomm. and •esalon ;.__ U6.flO J. -H. Fraser, cojttm. and sea- aw.se P. J. Helken, comm. and s idon , - 211.03 Chaa. Morriu, oonon. and eea- _______ ___ Wm. Shirley, travel, exp. U A. Wlnkel, office exp. " " 417,65 30.15 . 48 89 Bancroft Register, printing " 65.43 Haggard & Waller, printing 68.07 Advance Publishlne GO., printing 1 -------- . -------------- J29.23 Frank Clark, printing- _______ 67.32 Martin Meyer, mtg. S. J. Devlne, mtg. Carl Hutchlns, mtg. ~~~ Bestenlehner, mtg. O. A. Poirot, mtg. Wm, Roeber, mtg. J. B. Geelan, mtg. Gene Martini, mtg. Casey Loss, mileage 14.20 Frankl Store, supplies 32.28 COURT FUND Matthew C. Grler, reporter •fees 191.60 Matthew c. Grier, reporter fees 44.20 C. T. Chubb, bailiff 60.00 ; ~ ' ' -•- 3.001 Gladys Watts, bailiff Wilson Cafe, jury 7.80 Dr. No. 7— I Dick Baade. labor , ... ... __.. 31.35 I Geo. Graham, labor Telland & Hanes, supplies 44.23 Dr. No. 9— DOMESTIC AsNIMAJL FUND I James Kelso, labor LIBRARIY FOND W. F. Quarrle Co., supplies 4.00 Wheeler Lumber Bridge & l "' DISTRICT NTO'T" 4.00 Supply Co.. supplies 2628.18 Dr . Kenefick, medical .1 ' 4.00 Keuffel & Esser Co., supplies 31.17 £> r Janse medical 2-00 i DRAIlNAGE FUND Kossuth Hoi-TtHal, hospV 2.00 Dr . jf 0 , 4 _ j. w, Neville, supplies ..... "•00 Doyal Sanders, labor 57.30 Dr. Richardson, medical .... 2 -°0 Dick Baade, labor 2.SO Dr. Skow, medical 2 - w Geo. Graham, labor 1.75 St. Joseph's Mercy Hos Carl Anderson, labor 68.60 , hosp. care .. E. G. Stinstrom, labor 80.80 Kraus Grocery, prov 1 'Ed Wlllard, labor 7.00 Mrs. Math. Erdman, prov...] John Welch, labor 8.75 Leader Groc., prov. 1 Geo. Looft, labor 10.00 Farmers Co-op Soc., fuel ...] Elmore Cement & Tile Co., J. L. Raskopf & Co., fuel..] supplies 2.30 Leo J. Hanlg, rent Shell Petroleum Corp.,- sup- T. P. Doerr, rent ._ plies 16.39 W. G. McCullough. burial . Mrs. C. R. Swel|?ard, rent..] 5.20 DISTRICT NO. t 5.60 J. W. Neville, supplies . Hoods I. G. A., prov. Henry C. Nelson, assess, dogs 10.SO T. B. FUND Dr. Ralph E. Weber, t. b. Insp. Dr. John A. Sanftner, t."to7 Clarence Hentges, labor >r. No. 20— Dick Baade, labor i<o m Geo. Graham, labor _ 1<flllw Dr. No. 24- Insp. 266,50 Dr. H, - — CONSTRUCTION FUND J. I. Merryman, bridge work 302.40 ! r>r Nn Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., ' ' ' ., labor .. Dr. No. S3— Dick Baade, labor .. Geo. Graham, labor riffht-ofrway C. & N. W. R'y Co., freight 62S.37 E L. Huber, labor 54.00 Orvllle Elklns, laibor __I~"~" 48.00 Ben Nolte, labor 112.80 E. L. Huber, patrol gl.co Clarence E. Huff, patrol "" 67,20 Concrete Products Corp., BUP" pllea Dick 'Baade, labor Tltonka Topic, printing Matt Parrott & Sons Cor.'HupT piles Kllpto Loose"Leaf""Co" piles Jenklns-fFergemann "Co.1" plies Zton Office Supply, supplies Koch Brothers, suppliea L A. Moore Lumber Co., supplies Chester Fitch, labor E. L. Fitch, labor Dr. No. 60— 4.00 A. H. Meinzcr, glasses 3.60 Dr. Egan, medical A. H. Borchardt. medical ... 1.20 Mrs. JS. F. Wohnke, ' ~ 1.05 care' Clara Odell, care 2.00 Smith Dept. Store, prov, Sorenson's Cream Stitii 1.60 prov. 1.40 Kennedy's, prov Krause Store, prov 1.60 W. A. Murray, fuel 1.40 6. P. McDonald, fuel Augusta (Beitz, cn.ro J. H. Sheridan, rent 8.72 J. H, Sheridan, rent 13.65 J. B. MoGahcran, rent .... 15.60 C. H, Schrader, rent „... DISTRICT NO. i E. J. Palmer, labor 30.00 Kosauth Hospital, hosp. 'E. G. Stinstrom, labor Geo. Looft, labor Lumber Supply Co., Frank Clark, supplies 4 § 59 H. A. Phillips Schoor'Sef^.T auwpllea -_. 54^ Crescent Printing Co., suppfles 4^30 3.00 10.34 1U-S4 | H! W.' Post;' freight sa .44 Loyd Haubach, labor i»'oo 1.70 Jack,_Hahle, j a b or . . -*-•-2.26 . O. & N; W. R'y Co.T'fi waiter Johnson, laibor , labor laibor . 6.20 J. W. Neville, supplies .... 4.00 Hoods,I."G. A. ,prov. ... 1.05 6.65 Dr. No. 82—' 49.61 Wm. Muckcy, labor _ ,„.„ service „',, °' h ' laj bor 7,50 W>m. F. tj-juitL.iw.-n, aav. patrol Molloy, labor ,60 :C 'ty of Algona, light serv Surjolv Co., suppliea ~ 10.41 Ouy Farrell, adv. patrol ' """ ~~ 9.92 > Treasurer of State of Iowa" 3.C3 10.00 Hillyard Sales Co., supplies":: use tax^returns -"-• ..,» Nelson & Lensing, supplies ~ Biunkofske, bounty Jbben, bounty Jacobson, bounti^ Melbourne Hoag, bounty":"" - K M - C. Thill."' labor' Clarence Ites, bounty . . 50 Jack 'Hahle, laibor Harold Johnson, bounty ..." £46 Wheeler Lumber "BridsV"& JameS COadV .Tf hfllln*... ^ .^ : Anrvnt.. *-»- * .. -""^bC & ... Hauibach, labor Bert Shellmeyer, adv. Uou-oT"" -ffi Guy_ Farrell, labor _._T " a.20 A. C. Undc, prov. . H: 'M. ~ labor 15,75 Bowen „ _ . ... Applequlst Groo., prov. ... Vrooman's Store, prov. ... . labor 2.00 Hill Top Dairy, prov. .... John Welch, labor 1.75 Steinberg -Grocery, prov. . Thoonpson -Yards Inc., sup Warburton'8.'Grocery, P re _ Piles 4.39 Slmoer's Grocery, prov. ... Dr No. 83- . Bravtck Meat Market, pr» Chas. E. chubb. engineer 44,25 Jensen & Sona, prov. ... Homer Nolte, labor _ 7.50 C. .R, Smith, prov. -——A Fernley Ndlte, labor 6.08 Farmers Co-op. Elevator i. Carl Garrett, labor 60.00 fuel a;i Arnold Delperdang, labor 90',00 C O. Gray Coal C°., Iuel Relnder Kromlnga, labor 80.00 -Farmers Elevator Co. James Kelso," labor Charles Kunchey, labor Shell Petroleum Corp.. " Piles F. S. Norton"& Clarence Hentges labor Dr. No. 84— L. A. Moore Lumber Co., supplies . ' Botsford Lumb"e"r"'Co.""eup~ era *v*«»«»v"- - • . i l&OO Mrs. Ben Rush ton, reni ... 8.00 Henry Kline,, rent ---"-] Mrs. Albert Brand, rent .38 26 GENERAl" 7.00 Ethel Jones, jabor— s ; 16.75 Mrs. Bertha 90- labor B^rtha Settman. labor ... ^a^s^g^- 1.53 J. F. McGutre, labor ..--• « m S en ?, ete ^A. SSffiSi.""* 1 6.00 Mrs. Bertha James Coady Jr., bounty"::" Peter Smldt, bounty ---Cort C. Rippentrop, "bounty Beamer, bounty , Maurice L. Grailmm, bounty " 1.15^ Supply CoT, 8u PP lieS" UBe & eg,,, J 'S SL? a Cook Tractor carKS: * 178 .40 cP '^ aN T- —7 ._ T, 0= *-60 if_._ w -_ p pst, freight .'*„_*" Dr. No. 91— Dicft Baade, labor Tom Ellefson, labor"".'.."" 860.06 Dr^o 0 ^^" 2.521 Geo. Looft, ._, 14.40 John Welch,'ii 18.00 Dr--Vni-«K_ A' ». moo 6.72 a.oo Dr. No,'105- Cheater Pitch,' labor 'E. L.' Fitch, labor. _.I~ " A. Moore Lumber~"^!o.T loo SSgSlvSlon & Aid to ^ 11.20 - blind ftid „-----•*""""* 6.W xVthut ^ rT Bft Pp iSor J .6.^5 Ho.ward,.B.. Loott^i?^^^ Mergen, patrol ' Rlr. rmitvf\\ ------ «- «• «nnell, local registrar 660 Tom Welt-; patrol N- 60 Adah aartwm, local Teslstrar.: i860 Fred I. Coon S£tro7 lffl ' 75 Uorenoe Hof local registrar:: 175 Wm. O LudwlK DaUnT 9LO ° •Fred A. rH«k-man i^«i .«^i- ' a T-. >VJSr. **:?• Patrol ins jn •Fred A. Dlekman, local regie" trar . Kossuth Co. Farm Bureau""ap^ prop. Monroe supplies Burroughs Adding , American Chedcwrtter Co., 108.40 2 '« ^jLA^Fn/patroi-:.-::; J« : « a -r* >V v-J—"•«•» *^»-w u* T^H JSf 00 *" 1 *!^ patrol John Hajieeltnan ^"*—» -----Harry Helmke, Mrs. Lyell W patrol -—• 84 -°° 8:8 Dr. No, U6— ia " Lurixber Co..-iabo"r: lio7 j^. HennlnK. i»*g gj John H«» m ,V?; ught **?" ^ L- Fitch. !abor W 00 S^ff"^^ * *"• ^ Chester Fitch, labor 876 S 1 »• aark, P™* Joe Medln. labo? ...""— iftlo c\.t Rats Qroo 1 .. pro*" '\£<$r?' '^"-<£ J7<2 ° ES stort^SiS E. mmrkll ---•» %* AB*V \*v,f i 'TrftClOryt »»****^ .. SvPr*^ -P-—«^_ u.u.^aaa.-HT- .1 JS.%-'3S^' SSg^H'i* p—ipiiSiE IlLSl^ft-,:: .ajg&jS&g iW'af&VS.'tr..::::: » SSSSS S5S&£g~~:: a!8S"^--'»» ,«i.«i-^-^»»... VAra. r5o.rl«nn. \vltnAoa f^a o AA AIJ. V*^V?T* V * T » . Pa-irod __ 01 AA T\_ i x«» OH^.'ytai.-^si-::: z« iXon"^™^™"* ~:::: »M Casey Loss, sheriff fees' Iver H. Nordln, J. P. fees W. H. Steward, marshal fees" 4.50 Jake Keller, patrol S6.26 Leo Delperdang; 3,00 Jay Godden. natro} 16.65 J. " " • i"»ww 6.00 J. l-» A' L? Smith." WP««--:. l-«6 K D. Jame* «<*&%#( Howard Hardware. "^Q, Z-WiV^v^,.^.^ '• w l toosevelt should h ave added: "up to^'tinieF'"'' uu " Bver - «r. Pay ^w Subicriptiwi

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