FISHER CLAN GET-TOGETHER ATWESLEYAN'S • Wesley, July 12— The Wilbur A. J^scher home was the scene of n Fischer family reunion Sunday tne first in six years, and 61 rel atives gathered at noon for a pic nic dinner and visits. Include . were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fischei the parents, of Britt; the Arthu . Fischer and Oliver Blngham fam ilies, Mrs. Olive Dana, Mr. and Mrs l*wi s Fischer and son, Mrs. Oeo -McNabb and Reva, all of Britt the Casper Pannlioff family, Mil ler; Glenn Fischer family, of Ti tonka; the Linus Fischer family « , an , d , Mrs - Russell Fischer, Mrs, Paul Kphlstorf, Leona Fischer, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oatrand, all of Chicago; Mrs. Rudolph Klingbeil Mr. and Mrs. .J Veal and daugluer, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gee, all ' of ?r 0 v m KK K . Pralrle ' MInn - ; the John McNabb family, and Kermit Bau- marin, Waterloo; Mrs. Lou HeKel and 6 on, Detroit; Mrs. Orville Rice and son, Boscobel, Wis.; and Jim bchneider, Monona, Iowa. Attend Funerals In Illinois— The Herman Bodes and H J Bodes Algona, drove to Atlanta! ill., Monday to attend the funeral ™I.M man ' s grandfather Tuesdnv. While there Mrs. Herman Bod,* received a call from Whitteinore 'that her uncle, Ambrose Eisele, had died at Pontiac, 111., so they Relatives Attend Big Reunion f " neral at- place Thursday. They arrived home on * riday evening, accompanied by Mrs. Bode's father, Joe Eisele, and sister Alice, Whlttemore, who had gone to Pontiac by train for th funeral. Chnreh Being Modernized— The Congregational church is being modernized by the addition of a fullnsized basement, and work was commenced last week when the building was put on props to allow workmen to dig and haul out dirt for the excavation. Men of the congregation' are doing the work weeks' trip which will take them as far west as the Yellowstone park. Mr. Hutchison is assistant cashier at the Exchange State bank, and Mrs. Hutchison Is county old age pension Investigator. Alne Family nt llnbbard— The Alne family went to Hubbard Sunday to visit Mrs. Alne's parents. Their daughter Rosalie stayed for a month's visit with her aunt, Mrs. Silas Espe, and Irving is spending his vacation with his grandparents at Hubbard. Operation Patient Home- Mrs. Ben Studer returned Saturday from the Kossuth hospital at Algona, where she had submitted to an operation for appendicitis. New Weiland Bnbe >"amoil— Mrs. Ray Weiland and baby daughter came home from the Kossuth hospital Sunday. The baby has been named Phyllis Ann. Tigers Lose to Siren City— The Wesley Tigers were defeated by Swea City Sunday, 6-2. Other Wesley News. Ben Studer took his daughte/, Mrs. Roman Ricke, and children to their home in Sac City Sunday. They had spent a week visiting •elatives and friends here, month following his school year at St. Olaf. Mr. and Mrs. M.ike Goetz, Mrs. Barbara Schrauth and her granddaughter Mary Schrauth went to eee the West Bend grotto Sunday. Prayer meeting wag held at Ole Floms Friday night instead of the Congregational church as usual. Augusta Swannson gave the talk. « t baby girl born to Mr - and Mrs Sael Root in the Kossuth hospital, Algona, last Thursday night has been named Ellen Margaret Bernard Carpenter, of Emmets°, 111 ;?- visited two weeks at Vee Mullins. Sunday he accompanied the Mullins to Forest City. Deana Kleinpeter entertained 16 friends at her home Monday afternoon. After an afternoon of games her mother served lunch. woods south of Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. fceorge Kelsch ST., of Corwith, visited at the eon George's a week ago Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Meurer and two children-visited at A. M, Lemke's, near Irvington, Sunday. Mr. end Mrs. Herman Lyons and two children, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at Hildman's. Bertha Ciha, of Cleveland, 0., came Sunday morning to visit her aunt, Mrs. George Clnk. The Union Sunday school picnic will be held this week AVednesday at Eagle Grove. A number of ladles of the Methodist Aid attended guest day at Doan Thursday. Emory Goodnow is working for Lester Larson during the haying season. 1 The J. Uhlenhakes, Whitte- are at also attended Mrs. Nate Studet'si Jl> - Saturday. Eli Goodnow's. She was formerly Margaret Goodnow. Alvina Johnson, Randall, a former teacher here, and a friend, of Algona, visited at Frank Kouba's one 'day recently. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyers and son, formerly Minn., called at of Cottonwood, Frank Kouba's 'uneral. p ° ssible - com- the basement will contain a Kitchen, a furnace room and reception room. Attend Harris Heuulon— Mrs. De Spence Bentley daughter Ardis, Atlanta, Ga ' and and and are gs> and Sunday 8m MrS> Milton sons attended a Harris family picnic at Homer Anderson's *.» ?°. n * a - In the a«ernoon they visited the grotto at West Bend To Teach Rural School— ^L C 2£f' T ho . h « been at- Mr.^and Mrs. George Kelsch and r. Kelsch's brother Julius, Corth, and Mrs. Irene Studer and hree children went to Lost Island Sunday for a picnic and fishing. 'hey had good luck fishing. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Muehe and aughter Ruth, Lucille Hildman, 'aullne Hildman, and Mrs. Tony -.indenschrnidt drove to Ayrshire _unday and visited at Peter Kirschbaum's. Clare McCall returned home last week from Michigan, where he has been since early spring. On his way home he stopped with friends in Chicago and Cedar Falls. The Jorgen Skows went to Blue Earth Sunday to attend the Story- Hamilton counties picnic. Leonard Alne-went to Blue Earth with relatives to attend the picnic. Clare McCall returned last woek from Michigan, where he has been since early spring. On hie way nome he stopped with friends at Chicago and C«dar Falls. Dr. and Mrs. Raney were Sunday dinner guests at Magnus Lich- ters, Burt. Mrs. Raney's sister, Frances Ann Zittritsch, of Algona is visiting her this week. Mr and Mrs. Lou Goef.z and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz drove to Elroa. bunday and visited at Frank Goetz's. Frank and Lou are brothers, and Leo is a cousin. Virginia Benton i s enjoying a two weeks vacation at home. She will complete her course in occupational therapy in December at R-alamazoo, Mich. Max Studer and son Donald, of a few visit with relatives „„„ friends. Mrs. Olaf Funuemark will entertain the Priscilla Phoebes and the Seneca Lutheran Aid Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gink and baby, Donna May, were Sunday dinner guests at George Cink's. The Louis and John Lickteig families enjoyed a picnic in the Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Flom went to Grinnell Sunday. . Frank Kouba Jr. is driving a new Chevrolet, LotU Creek Mrs. Lester Baas, and the Baas son Charles, Whlttemore, were Sunday evening visitors at Hugo Fbulsttch's. The Edw. Kiieckers were guests of Airs. Amelia Slems. Gertrude Rich, Canada, who Is visiting the Arthur Jackmans, accompanied them to the Ambrose A. Call park for a plcn'lc dinner Sunday. USED MACHINERY — THERE IS ready demand for used farm machinery. Tell Advance farm readers what you have for sale. 34tf LEGAL NOTICCS (1) Btteil's- &id Adrfltfofi «ttd Stib4>lvlsloh of Blocks One (1) and Two (2) Buell'fl Addition of the Incorporated Town of Burt, Koseuth Cfounty ( Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Towe, who n6w owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. •Dated this 27th day of June, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA, By E, S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41-43 The Rev. and Mrs. Ernst Fiene, Teacher and Mrs. Schmlel, Hugo Faulstich, and Noah Reisner were a committee to attend a centennial meeting at West Bend last Sunday. A shower was given In honor of Lola Warner, Fenton, last Sunday In the parochial school basement here. Many beautiful gifts wer presented. She was married tha day to Martin Ohm, Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. William Roebei son MelVin. Emma Roeber, Mr. an JTOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, ) KOSSUTH COUNTY JSS. To J. L. Stevens: You are hereby notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 4th day of February, 1935, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated in said County to-wlt: Lot Eight (8) of Block One (1) of the Plat of Stevens, Section Thirty-five (35), Township One Hundred (100), Range Twenty-seven (27), Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of thla notice. this 27th day of June, 'Dated 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. will will that time. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING TOWW AND CITT ., . ESTIMATE Notice-The city council of Algona, of Kossuth county, Iowa ™~' T"ly 28, 1938, at 8 p. m., at City Hall. Taxpayer for or against the following estimate of expenditures a ADAH CARLSON, 12845 ° ity Clerk Proposed Balance' EsBmat-Estimai- 1 Amount Expend--Expend- expend- on. hand ed sur- ed income necessary ituri* if",™* itures Mar. estimated 31 FUNDS— 1939 1938 General. _$ 30,000 $ 1,650 $ income necessary itures plus of ether to be for year for year balance than raised by 1937 1936 on hand taxation taxation Boone tnwn<a,i*. r.."l. ,. m '•? on Lawrence Ricke. Lou retui-neii near To See Yellowstone Park- Mr, and Mrs. walters - at . Firnnemark came home ,. .'<"£• night frpnjSMiller,.where ,1 taught.a,.parochial school for a Sewer _. 5,000 Water _. 30,000 Light — 150,000 Fire Equipment Fire Maintenance _ Library _ Band -__ Park „_ Road Dragging- Pool Library Building- Snow Removal _ Comfort Station _ 2,469 19,939 101,506 6,000 2,715 2,000 10,000 50,000 $ 3,500.$ 8,000 •$ 44,972 $ 32,278 2,354 6,022 26,749 109,477 129,546 400 15,000 75,000 2,000 3,500 1,500 2,000 1,500 4,500 500 1,500 962 332 291 3,622 227 2,000 COO 600 3,700 3,700 2,000 1,500 2,500 3,500 1,500 1,500 700 1,680 500 1,500 500 2,80€ 4,523 857 1,662 3,390 1,100 1,259 5,268 3,798 500 „ „ • - T —,.„. $169,900 $206,661 taxes per .$1,000.00' of assessed value, ;|14.9€. Bovine T. B .'&"^ ttl County vourt Expense County Poor . County School State Insar« Secondary .. Pair Grounds AsaenmentB on Bk'b'pt's' Primary Rd. Bd Redemnt School District Ubrary . Secondary Rd. Redempt .'' Secondary Rd. Asemts. . Cemetery City Corporation Funds''.'. School Dlst. Funds ....'."" Drains—Balances Overdrafts ...;.");." BridKe , Co. Cash Road ... f. r '- Sec. RO. Redemp't. ".'.'.'. 1938 Tax Refund ... Total Balances ' Tot <*°rdrafts Overdrafts shown by'*' S30.SO 20.3SS.S7 1,167.27 W,706.47 Cl,060.33 2.«5.98 2,217.47 279.111 172.'75 C31.2C 577.21 170.48 464.74 187.35 S5.96 8.273,37 *8,J09.2« 98,710.87 . 8,326.08 1,397.46 8,504.26 £7,160.58 19,128.00 5.499.27 2C.296.14 6,507.64 7.780.47 1.990.2G 58.973.08 92,826.46 iJ.86t.00 22,093.86 2,211.21 55,248.64 44.94 3.-03R.G2 94,125.00 23,145.45 .41 2,738.16 9,702.95 59,326.63 23,480.67 6,42lT37 23.921.56 7,063.28 9,836,48 2,191.69 82,919:06 53,719.45 482.62 23,501.17 (00.10 54,917.36 10.00 3,«38.62 63,816.00 676.89 1, 1938 -1.76 . 1.02 19.769, C.693.80 102,911,73 11,027.98 03,88 5,456.32 16.644.85 11,409.05 3:70 22,763.55 601.63 5,062.95 2,276.70 76,760.49 100,117.34 5,338.81 810.15 J.«9Q.«2 800.86 20:.C9 Moneyc and credits (1937), Dlst. No. 1, $792,607. By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41-43 NOTICE TO KEDEEM ISS. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY To J. J. Grein: You are. hereby notified that at the annual sale of lands and lot! for taxes on the 7th day of Decem her, 1936, by the Treasurer of Kos~ suth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated m said County to-wit: Lot Thirteen (13) of Block Three'(3) Morehouse's Sub-Di- " vision of Out Lots One (1) -Two (2), Three (3) and Four' (•*), Morehoue.e's '2nd Addition of the Incorporated Town of Bancroft, Kossuth County Iowa, was eold to Kossuth County, Iowa who now.owns.,and.,holds.the cer- ficate -therefor and that the ight of redemption will expire, and a deed for s aid premises will be made, unless redemption from ~"!jcn sale be made within n 10) days from the completed ice of thla notice. Dated this 27th day of June, NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, ) KOSSUTH COUNTY JSS. To Burt National Bank: You are hereby notified that at the annual sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 7th day of December, 1936, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated In sold County to-wlt: Lot Six (6) -of Block One (1) Buell's 2nd Addition and Sub-Division of Blocks One (1) and Two (2) Buell's Addition of the Incorporated Town of Burt, Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. ary, 1936, by the treasurer of Ros* suth County, Iowa,.the following described real property situated in sttld CoUhty to-wlt: Lot five (6) of Block Two (2) of the tMat ot Stevens, SeotloTi Thirty-five (35), Township One Hundred (100), ' Range Twenty-seven (27), Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, town, who now owris and holds the certificate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a fieed for gald premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 27th day of June, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41-43 Dated 1938. this 27th day of June, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41-43 ser- COUNTY, IOWA. •-i- S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41.43 OSSUTH COUNTY n Burt National Bank: You are hereby notified that at he annual sale of lands and lots , the Treasurer/of ,Kos' said Cpunty to-wlt 5) , of Prowsrty Mtuated One XOTICK TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, ) KOSSUTH COUNTY JSS. To Clara Anderson: You are hereby notified that at the regular sale o£ lands and lots for taxes on the 7th day of December, 1936, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated in said County to-wlt: Lot One (1) of Block Twelve (12) of Murtagh's 2nd Addition and Sub-Division of Block One (1) and Out Lots One (1), Two (2), and Three (3), of the Incorporated Town of Burt, Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that • the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for s aid premises will be made, unless-redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of thlc notice. •pated this 27th day of June, 1938, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41-43 NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, ) KOSSUTH COUNTY ](SS. To J. L. Stevens: You are, hereby notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 4th day of Febru- NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, ) KOSSUTH COUNTY JSS. To J. L. Stevens: You are hereby notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 4th day of February, 1935, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated In said County to-wlt: Lot Six (6) of Block Two (2) of the Plat of Stevens, Section Thirty-five (35), Township One Hundred (100)', Range Twenty-seven (27), Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the Completed service of this notice. Dated this 27lh day of June, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. A «(llto, Wl'It'K taxes described in i ' ««S Hundred ty, lown, was t 0 K who now own, ' By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41-43 NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, ) KOSSUTH COUNTY JSS. To J. L. Stevens: You are hereby notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 4th day of February, 1935, by the .Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the: following described real property situated in said County to-w.it: Lot-Three (3) of Block Two (2),.of the Plat of Stevens, Section Thirty-five (35) Township One Hundred (100), Range Twenty-seven (27), Kossuth County, Iowa, was eoM to.'Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate' therefor and that the right of re 'lcmpt|, «ll|||(', isu th Con and | —»i and. and a dccil for b ° made, unles such sale be (90). days ion said | this 27(h , KOSSUTH com '• S. Kinsey, * County Auditor, STATE OF IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY To J. L. Stevens; You are hereby an adjourned sale mm . for taxcfl on the 5th , ary. W5. by theT e I suth County, Iowa" described real ' In said County Lot Eight' (8)oiu| (3) of the P] a t of <?t» tion Thirty-ft 0 (fel ship One Hundte Range Twcnty-seveu Rossuth County, low, was sold to Kossuth f ' who now owns and h u ,« tiftcate therefor and right of redemption Til and a deed for said prei be made, unless redem such sale be made '(90) days from the conpl vice of this notice. Dated this 27th day J 1938. ' I KOSSUTH COUNT!,I By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor. Board AUDITOR'S OFFICE U rft? °T^ , C1<K ?' ?- M< JnB « "• 19M The Board of Supervisors met With all members present. » Tb «i ; ? oa B 1 °f Su l' er vlsors as an x-offlelo Board of County Canvas- ers proceeded to open the poll books and canvass the returns from eaub voting precinct ot the county SB shown by the poll books returned County Auditor 5 em1 ? cr S#S County Treasurer Clerk o£ D. C. , Sheriff. .... Hecqrdsr " ; ....' ' County AttormiT County Coroner' ..... Supervisor. 1st DUt S.up«jr»l8«>r, 2nd Dlst.: Sii-nowf »**...< «>_j —• , •' o M. J.' puffy" Katharine McEvoj- ,....... J: J. Uoolcy : , L. A. Wlnkel Dr. U. A. Evans /.T. . Precinct Altrona Buffalo Burt Cresco Juetlce of Pe&ce from the sevifrnl election and the following U a the names of I lie cani atcd by the primary el office for which they mi and a statement of tbt di which no nomlnndoDS KHI_ the .Primary IClectlon b«U n| day of Juue. A. D. 1838. h I and Stib-Dlrlslon. Republleiin Kdwln C. HOVPT Krps S. GelKd ' .. Kvi.,. Thorpe None Curlylc H. Ilefker Hiram K. Whit* • Leon K.. Merrltt '' F.' J.' 'iialgeman- A. H. Cruikubank , W... AJScbraun Charl«N MorrJ« FeatoB . . . Garfleld German Grant Greenwood Harrison Hebron Irrlngrton Ledyard Lincoln Lotta Creek LuVerne Plum Creek Portland Prairie 1.32 170,48 -.9Sp,33-;-.;A- . £31,019.96 15.739.23 27.20 ."•'•'• £lt.82 ' 9.88 (9.42 . 480,222.05 688.37* .H78,$33.«S IS-28,352.41 ' 2703» ; • 3,89J:»r, 37,0.1«,X2 »7,fi70.21 • 608.36 27.20 218.11 S$!<2 07S.49-1.45 On hajid January lat. 1938 gT 01 " Current Taxes. J937 From Delinquent Taxes . . . n«f y> I S, terest and Costs Drainage Taxes City Specials HJrh way Hecelpts Qaeollne Taxes Old Ajre Pension Beer I,lcennea ... Prlncrpal of School Fund ] ret o - - ..... A P? r oprlatlon for Institute ' ' ' '' ' Fees from County Auditor".'.'.'.' """" Unclaimed Peee from 'cierk Homestead Exemption . Use Tax 1 ........ . , . Miscellaneous Receipts ........ ' Transfers — Auto Pees . . 'Other Tracfers ..... Total Accounted for . ' ' State Treaiurer-s County Auditor's Warrants . Interest on County Bonds . . Primary Road Bonds Redeemed .'.'[ "H a* ^"l prlroary ^ oad Bonds '.'.'. rdei Homestead Exemption Transfers to Funds Amount ...» 479.533.li8 ... B37.4il.77 «.0«1.«5 1.231.JO 14,3*4.22 i.noa.oe 3..S3$.g6 as.oas.as 1.367.4.6 3,038.52 6I8.C2 94,12K.Oe TH.ftO 75.QO 500.00 1.3IB.21 44.94 86,060.06 418.64 7«4.6(i 2.640.00 1,136.78 204.00 2,967.71 S2S.27 1C8.41 '.'. s.osoiao 747.GX 137.0.0 224.14 05.248.61 4,317.41 2.430.72 3,055.00 59,763.15 . .$1,405.886.09 Amount . •» 33.874.2J • • 173.578.00 IS,506.39 19,000.00 4,480.00 80,000.00 13.810.00 V.368.E3 37.264.07 242.034.82 765.29 87,618.84 64,917.36 . ItiTerdale Seneca Soermtn aprlngflcld Swca Onion ... Wesley WTiJtteaore Precinct Algose Boftalo Bart . Cresco 3. E. Sbertdun W. B. Le£lle 0. G. Studer John Uhlenbake Relnder Krominga J. Luttlmer Trnetee Term 1939 Joe Von Bank R. B, Berriliijrhans Herman Art J. P. Coyne Joe Rate B, . P.. Edwards Joeepti Loebac-k . 'Orieee ' Trustee Term 1040 Herman Harms John Cordea %Tohn Karston S. P. Powers Klehurd Potrats .Tohn Arndorfer A, B. Luppe JueUce..jp(, J'eace ' P. A.-. Dooeon • P«l.l«.. .Welter GartWd Qri»nt ONenwooil Barrteon Heb Irvl Un<T«iiT £2%r^ k 58SU& Sherman Union WeisJey Wbltttnjore WO.UOB b . Co*frove far Morris and. . lecgnded by that a comprgmlsed settle men t of $1^35.1« recelri^ f_«m f. Cbristensen as 8dmliUflS«iti™:for care and keep of John 'P. Christe Cberojtee state bpBplteJ' «.;» settle»ent In full for said w: Motion by Fraetr and seconded tor CwroTe that tbe. appllciuon tor g . on r g beer permit and fcond and application '"» »l»»wtte ermit a P ° Permit and 6,ond Balance on hand. May 31,' 1938''.'.;!'.;;;.". «2;808!l6 Total Accounted for ..'.'.". ., 6 JM88.io _' . _ . '_ " "jiil?f>nn"TV^VV.' •? Il .'y,*.''** <! --5? WW Cojnpany of P OerM^ne8""lowa ttfren. *&, : f'&* n * Vw &*% UOU«D by Hei^eq and seconded by tbe resolution now on , t by tbe J OWJ * Co »ncll ot La- D» * Or 5" * nd as recommended by State Board , of Kertew «»«ie«>ta . of be ' ordln R«7' Clark C. C. M. it. Johnson Win, Blcnieter ConiiueUo Haacit Shirley S. A. Boeieber John Hntchinaon jre beeUasd Clara Meyer C. T R. Smith Co. W; W. Bosenau ... Thocspson 1'erde Inc Tnaveii Sisters W. <?. Sobultz .... W, U. Scbroeder . W, JB. Outknecht H. O. Hanson ... B. J. Woodwortn REFUNDS Dr. B. P. Gellenfeia A. C. Klocke **. *». '•'*;.;' A. Brnst G. W. H. Hick DOMINATIONS: OF JCIJJB ,, (W3 ,' . -TrOEtec^ ".'•; •• '••.••.'-'•.':•,••'", Clerk Mike Wacner John Boekelmon Albert 1 'Koliasch J. J. Anderson O. S. Nelsen Bert Coder Martin Meyer Oeo. B. Ludwlj Kurl Cushman John Bormgn R. A, Harvey Borrnna 'RVslc.r Bemliud Mike Uei Koht. BunkofBkl Mnrrln Vast* 'Lowrtnce HalcUu'| Jolin Hertnlion Henry Tntlcrwn Andrew Klfcett W. H. Rt-wort Otto Wolf... •F. H. Mwcwr Wm. Hainpn't Jo« , Beury Oeo. B C. Schntjefl •K. O. E^oldt Oeo.-Jloore- J. D. Clark Albert Barnes Gr«ver Rentz W». Evans Marton Olson Carl .Johnson Chris Brandt A. II. HanuH Alex Kadlf L. W. ?• £• J. B. poleomb Loujs A. A. Geo. T - L. Taoreso* B. Jchoson Totn Berg H. J. K. P. Haneen 0*«. P, -H' H. Wm. Ray Baawn K. F. HawwM Blcsnore Boy -Peiirson HutpWni *\ Eogesser Prank Clipsadile Henry BiHuy * I'- C. Gnet L. A. BarBlon Oeonr Kranflw HUKO Faulctlct Chris Alex .',.,)?',. Anderson Henry-Tladen n Pi. K - I'lorn John Relsefldorter 85.31 28.03 114.37 47.M 81.74 14.02 79.62 G.33 87.38 3.08 War. 433 29.15 War.444 .2.06 War.445 #47 o'clock p. Ayes; All. unUl C. J3 Jobo N, A. B. N ••Mllfon Carlson D, C. G*r*H« , BWJ N?!ff ,, wortid Tn'Wi««r*jS»»!» < '-5w*-iu5- srs ^r^^i- j^$, '*®^^^&' & 'S^J8*»«* «»d 2*.> U *"«VW ««5wt «» AyesV SSE^^'-"*" 1837 ' "»& B. S. KINSKV O'CIack f. M. «i M ISM TUe county auditor wal^Uwscted balrman McDonald to open gftTr ' 1 Motion Co: t , Range hit Section 83 -Townshl, s« 4 «3^®»*|5 Motion by H«lken anf:,*^ b _ ' ' auditor ' t «.T Cffi% tStt . IrSn'B? ¥ c . ondeil by l ^ : fef ng ^»DCi%So°^ __ JQU 8 ^ 1 ^ 8 ^ ??^I' House Court lary. Fenton Twp. Oa.rft*Jd Twp . Q*rm»n ..... grant Twp. ...... In*. .. 79 116 69 Jf J[ II ^IncQln Twp. • • • Lotts Creek Twp. Plum Creek Twp. 1 Portland TWP. Prairie Twp. •< Rlverdale Twp. Sen«ca Twp. • • Sherman. Twp. .. Springfield Twp. c, Twp. • • • • -.....^Ty" Wesley* 3 V.l .'l .1 '.I ' 69 35 El 43 CO 53 W. /ham's.
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