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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Ajgona, Iowa, Feb. 15,1934 Man of Doftn to Stage 3-Act Play Friday, Feb. 16th The men of the Doan neighborhood win stage a three act play at the Doan church Friday evening, February 16th, fentttted "Henry* Mall Order Wife." The cast of characters follows: Henry Qubbons, Bryan Asa; Abe Smlthers, Ted Hoover; Jim Jones, Her- mftn Bussle; Becky Simpson, Harvey JOhnaon; Mrs. Tucker, mail order wife, cafflf Hoover; The minister, Raymond Moyer. Tliere will be music by the Martlneka and James and Prank Asa. This come, dy will give you many laughs. Beginning at eight o'clock, price of admission 20 cents for adults, 10 cents for grade school children. The ladles of the Doftn Aid will serve doughnuts, pie and coffee after the play. Legion Auxiliary News The thirty-fifth quarterly meeting of the Kossuth County American Auxiliaries convened at Fenton Tuesday afternoon of last week with 88 women of the county registering. Mrs. Ida Larson, president, presided, calling for roll call and reports from the eight units represented. The Tltonka unit won the award for having the largest delegation present. Things of interest to Auxiliary members and units were discussed. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler of Britt, 8th district committeeworrmn, gave a very pleasing talk. Mrs. Larson is ordering 1000 additional poppies for the county. The scrap books are in the making for the contest to be held in August. Unit presidents and secretaries were urged to attend the conference in Des Molnes, Monday, February 19. Algona, in charge of the pep meeting, presented Supt. Laing, who gave an up-to-date talk on the "Ever-changing Duties Listed Under Americanism." This was followed by two vocal solos, "Oolng Home" and "The Little Chinese Rose" by Miss Leola Zeigler and a humorous reading by Miss Alice Rlst entitled "Livlnskies Wedding." SWEA CITY HEWS V&BKKKI&a^^ (Crowded Out Last Week) Mrs. Forest Hanifan is visiting with her sister In Council Bluffs this w-ek. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith of Algona were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Anna Griffith. A farewell party was given Miss Laila Bishop, prior to her departure for Los Angeles, where she has employment. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Peterson wrre Sunday guests at the Godfrey Andorson home in East Chain, Minn., Chin- day. Mrs. Emma Nyman and son, George spent Sunday with Mrs. Nyman's daughter, Mrs. George Johnson, at Bancroft. The Estherville Symphony orchestra is on the program for the P. T. A. meeting to be held February 19 at the high school auditorium. Dorothy Koons, age two, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Room. Is seriously ill with pneumonia. She is being cared for at the L. O. McNeil home. Vivian Kinney Is a patient at the Iowa City hospital where he was taken for treatment Thursday. He was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rohlln. Mrs. P. C. Dahl and family spent Sunday at Forest City. Her daughter Alice returned to Waldorf College alter a week of teachers' training li°re. Miss Dahl sings in the Waldorf choir. Mr and Mrs .Albeit Llchty and family are living in the Jens Rodland rooms, having moved here from Fort Dodge Mr. Llchty Is employed by the Swea City hatchery as poultry flock inspector. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myhr, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lord and Mrs. Ida E Larson expect to attend a state meeting of the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary held at Des Molnes February 18 and 19. Bob Heath. Boy Scout director for the Fort Dodge area, attended a scout meeting here Monday evening. A Boy Scout court of honor will be held hero at an early date. The annual Scout banquet will be held Monday evenln February 12, at the high school dining room. At the regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary to be held on Tuesday evening the children of the Cradle Roll will present an American- Ism program, under the direction of Mrs. clarence Johnson, assisted by Mrs. Karl Schroeder. There will be an Initiation service for 14 new members, the ceremony being in charge of Mrs. J. C. Underkofler of Britt. eighth district commttteewornan. O. H. Pehrson, former Swe* City merchant, has purchased ft suburban grocery store of Judge A. R. rancher of Fairmont, Minn., and will open for business about February 20. It will be remembered that Mr. Pehrson's department store burned down about two years ago, and since that time Mr Pehrson has been awaiting an opportunity to again go into business. The Pehrsons have hosts of friends here who wish them success in their new home. THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Auditor's Office, February 1, 1931. Jloard of supervisor* of Kossuth county mot pursuant to adjournment with nil members present. On motion board proceeded to nudlt nnd allow hills. Motion by Bnlpmman and second by Helken that Gnylord Shiimway be appointed as assistant county attorney to net In absence of present cofinty attorney Ayes: All. Motion by Helkcn nml second by Cosgrove that the delinquent poll tax of Emory Smith. Lakota Inc. be cancelled because of hnvlnsr paid tax In Leclyarrt township fo<- year 1932. Ayes: All. Motion by iHaJgemnn and second by for to one cancelled and accept the the year 19!". Ayes: All. On motion board adjourned °'o™Vcioc!kp. m. board of supervls- met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion br Balgeman and second by KOTICK OP PROBATE OF AVIM, STATB OF IOWA KOSSUTH rOUNTT. ss. No. 3815 In District Court, January Term 1834. To All Whom Tt May Concern: Your nre horoby notified. That an instrument of writing purporting to be. the last Will nml Testmaent of Mary K. Arnold, deceased, dated February 4, 19S7, having been this day filed, opened and read, the nth day of March 1934. Is flxed for hearing proof of same at <ho Court House In AlRona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at nine o'clock A. M. of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause If any they have, why slid Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for tho lost Wilt and Testament of said deceased. Dated nt Alffona, Iowa, February I, 1934. K. J. McKVOT. Clerk of District Court. ALMA PKARHON. Deputy. K. C. McMahon. Attorney. 6-8 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY APRIL, TERM. A. D.. 1934 THE3 KQUITABI.R LIFE AS-) 8TJ RANCH SOCIETY OF) THE UNITED 8TATR8. ) Plaintiff) v«. ) John P. Heldericheldt, ad-) mlnlstrator of the Estate of) Michael Helderscheidt, Da-) ceased; Adam Helderscheldt;) Msthew Hoiderucheldt: Mag-) gle Simon; Kathryn Jucum.) otherwise known as Juchen;) Susie Andre; Annie Mar-) nach; Mary Forman; Valen-) tine Dieter; Mike Dieter;) Tonle Dieter; Kathron Dl«-) ur; Valsntlne Helder.clieldt;) Joe Helderacheldt; John) Helderscheldt: Charlie Held-) ergcheldt; Mike Helder-) cr.eldt; Adam Helderacheldt;) Katie Helderacheldt Wag-) tier; Dora Helderscheldt) Wagner; Mike Von Bank;) Peter Von Rank; Nick Von) Bank; Joe Von Bank; Lli-) zle Schaller; Katie Von) Bank; Rose Rtalleman or) Stattleman; Mary Orlgner or) Orlger: Maggie Yackley;) Johnnie *IIelderncheldt; John) Berkhlmcr; Kossuth County;) Mr*. Henry Bonnstetter,) sometimes known as Katie) Bonnatetter; Mrs. Eugene) Welter, sometimes known as)ORIGI.VAl, Maggie Welter; Mrs. JakeWOTICK Marti, sometimes known as) -Anna Marti; Mrs. Hiram) Rles, sometimes known a.) Mary Hies, Mrs. George) £challer, sometimes known) Susie Schaller; Mrs.) Carl Satern, some time*) known as Veronica Sat-) ern; Henry Marnach; Mrs.) Lou Gabrlelson. sometimes) known as Lena Qabrlelson;) Mike Marnach; Eugene) Marnach; Mrs. Matt Kent-) fires, sometimes known as) Katie Hentgcs; Emma Ju-) ckum. sometimes known as) Emma Juchem; Henry Ju-) ckum, sometimes known as) Henry Juchem; Thomas Ju-) ckum. sometimes known as) Thomas Juchem; Adam Ju-) ckum, sometimes known as) Adam Juchem; John Juck-) jm, sometimes known as) Fohn Juchem; Mrs. Peter) Capsuscles, sometimes) known as Mrs. Peter Cape-) slus; Peter Capsuscles,) sometimes known as Peter) Capeslus; Matt Hentges. Defendants.) TO SAID DEFENDANT: HENRY MARNACH. You and each of you are hereby notl- fled that there Is now on file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, the petition of the Plaintiff, claiming of you, the sum of 15.000.00 on account of your promissory note dated May 17, 1811, originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company, and endorsed to tb.% Plaintiff herein; also tor tr.« foreclosure of the real estate mortgage given to secure the above described note, which mortgage was originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company and assigned to the Plaintiff herein, together with Interest on said note and penalty thereupon as provided In said note and mortgage given to secure It; also fees for the extension of the abstract, attorney fees, costs and taxes provided by the terms of said mortgage, which mortgage covered tho following described real estate In Kosauth county, Iowa, to-wlt: The South' Half of the Southwest Fractional Quarter of Section 1», Township 94. Range. 29, West of the 6th P. M., containing 78 acres more or less, according to the Government Survey thereof; and Is recorded In Book 98, Page 320, of the records of Kossuth County, Iowa. Petition will also ask for the appointment of a receiver. For further particulars, see Petition. Personal judgment Is demanded against no one. And unless you appear and defend on or before noon of the second day of the April Term of tlie District Court of Kossuth County, to be held at Algona. Iowa, commencing on the 2nd day of April, 1»34. default will be entcn-ii n«uirist you and judgment and decree rendered thereon. BARNES, BARNES & WADSWORTH, 4-7 Attorney* for Plaintiff. muiiuu iff «j»ifjivi-*««» .—-« — - -- Cosurove that the annual report of county farm and official report of county engineer for the year 1933 be approved Ayes All. Motion by Helken md second by McDonald that final estimate of M. T. McGulrc on const, projects Nos. .. 11. 16 19 20. 21j and of J. V Iflbert on Const. Project Nos. 1. 3. ">, B. anrt J. A. Roberts bridge finals bo approved Ayes: All. Motion by Oosgrovo and second by Helken thr.t ...Moxvlnc ».i »i..! :1 .-v •»-<d petitions Nos. 260. 561. 5B2 "I. l»». 26-5. 266. 267. 268 be placet! on file. Ayes: All, Motion by Helken nnd second by McDonald that Justice of Peace annual reports of H. B White. Aieonix. Iowa and W. 1. Davison. nun P>r 19J3 be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and second by niilnoman that county treasurer's report of fees for juartcr ending December 51 l»3:> IX! nnpnvdl A VIM: All Motion by McDonald and second by nalgeman that following transfers be matlo to county fund from the fnl lowing drains for supervisor espouse for tho voar. 1933: Drain No Amount 3 * 5 75 4 34.3b 184.08 From Dr. 161 to county fund (Bnglneerlnfr expense paid from coun ty fund in 19SO not repaid.) $233.46 From Dr. 165 to Dr. 169 (Drainage Rect. No. 3938 9-1-32. cr roneously written rr.id posted.) Ayes: All RESOLUTION WHEREAS, there Is on the records o the clerk of flistrlct court of lowu In and for Kossuth county a certain iudsmeot in, favor of Kosauth county nnd against Ben Lentsch. entered o 1 record October 16. 1928. In crlmlna docket 4. page 234, case No. 1164 where In the state of Iowa, ia Plaintiff am which judgment all sum of $12.20 and 5 Iu. branch 5 9 __ 24 ~" _ 33 .1 43 __ _ 60 KX 71 7s _ ____ 80 ..... 82 __ S3 84 85 91 93 . __ 99 _________ _ 106 IU JIB _______________ 126 127 12a ....... _____ 13Ti 141 _______ ____ __ __ 144 167 l«6 _______________ no — . -------- j. 174 _____________ 177 Sub X of 60 H-K 2-36 H-K 3-46 H-K 5-87 _______ , H-K 7-150 -------W-K 68-136 H-K 8 4.30 3.40 19.25 5.40 6.50 3.00 1.60 33.55 3.70 :.oo 11.70 56.65 14.90 IS. 50 14.45 4'.».ar> 15. 30 3.70 3.50 1.65 3.9S 43.3.V 8.00 11.00 2.:,0 «.75 2.00 3.10 a. 80 a.ao ..« 1.10 3!. 10 3.10 4.95 1.80 10. GO 4.00 43.45 7.10 Total S50C,. Ayes: All. Motion by Balgeman and second by McDonald that pauper notice be nerved on following: Mrs. August Kprank and family; Mr. and Mrs. Jons Kodlcnii- Tecka Jedwlskl. and Goorgo. Kvn Van Alystlno. George Itoron and family; V. J. TJiackery and family. Ayes: Al. Motion by McDonald and second by Boliremnn that county treasurer he Instructed to make the following transfers Immediately: 1.114 From Secondary road maintenance fund to dr. 32. (ll-.i-.r, re-assessment never paid.) $3.00 From secondary road maintenance fund to Dr. 42. (l.-4-iy rtt-n.sBCH*- ment not paid) I7.9!i From Dr. 43 to Dr. 12C (Kr- roncous charging of 1931 supervisor's expense.) • &.9I From Ur. :,o to Dr. r. 1 . (Erroneous posting of llect No. 14') Springfield 10-31-14) $16.13 Ffrom Or. 82 to Dr. r.T,. (K r - Hen Leitsoh defendant Fir nmotint of $300.00 with Interest and costs, upon costs except the T!' t>1 of tho prln cipal has boon paid by ilefendant Ben Lentseh. nnd m«>n which there Is stil due to Kossuth county the principal sum of JC1.45 together with accrue.' Interest and balance of cost In the sum of $11.20 and WHERRAS. Harry V. Hull has offer ed to pay to Kossuth county $73.6B for an assignment of said judgment and WHEREAS. KosMith county through Its proper officers has made dlllgen effort to collect said judgment from said Don Lentsch have bpen unahlp to collect said judgment from said Ben Lentsch subject to execution. NOW THKRBFORH. BE IT RESOLVED by the board of supervisors of Kossuth county that the offer of Harry V. Hull be accepted and that the said judgment be assigned to Harry V. Hull and that the county auditor be authorised to execute and accept said asslfrnment. 'Aye«: All Adopted this 1st day of February. A. D. 1931. Motion by Ralpreman and second by Helken that tlie following resolution bo adopted: RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the State Civil Works Administration has appropriated the •mm of $420.00 to be used on Local Civil Works Administrative Project No. 22 of Knssuth County. Iowa, and WHBREA8. 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 Loral Civil Works Administrative Ppiject No. .2 of Kossulh County. THEREFORE. HE IT RESOLVED, by the Hoard of Supervisors of Kossuth County. lown, that Kossuth- County appropriate the sum of $400.00 to be used on Local Civil Works Administration reject No. 22 of Kossuth County, lows.. Adopter! (his 1st day of February. A. T>. 1931. Ayes: nil. On motion board proceeded to audit nnd nllnw bills ns j>pr "Schedule of Claims" hereinbefore written: M'HKIJIII.K OF CLAIMS COUNTY FUND Ami allowed "has Clapsaddle. Bty S 4.20 3. J. Backus stamps : 9.00 Merle Culbcrtson. Bty r, .00 Kossuth County Farm Bureau appropriation 166.66 A. M. Guatafson trustee mtg 1.50 Art Cruikshank. trustee mtg 1.50 T. A. Hold, trustee mtg 1 .bO •len w. Jenklnson trustee mtg l.bu City of Algona, light nnd water service 66.25 City of Algona. light and water service 23.70 Chas. Clapsaddle. Bty 7.00 Northwestern Hell Telepbone company telephone service __ 55.80 V.r_ak ClapMddla, btr __..—— *.10 H. 3. tlncku-, stamps _______ a.Oo S. .1. Backus stamps 7.6C Mury K. Sands, snliiry _. 75.00 F. J. iialgeman. commissioner and session _ 173.7( W. E. McDonald, commissioner and session 1C1.15 W. S. Cosgrove. commissioner and session 151.65 Chas. Morris. commissioner and session 172.65 P. J. Helken. -.•ommlsaloner nnd session 18..1 Kllpto Louse Leaf company, sup 370.G: C. H. Pearson labor IS.00 Iclen Bettenlohner. labor -- 65.00 Cleaner J. Kahm labor fi5.fti lelon Becker labor f.5.00 5. N. Taylor Inc, fuel 52.65 ilatt I'arrott & Sons Co. HUP 104.40 •"rye Mrg Co.. supplies 7.0 itnley chemical co., sup 11.7 iVm. Shirley, expenses 75.6 J. 1'. Pctorhon. trustee mtg-- 7.2 O. H. Limit, f.ruitoo mtg !'.! I'aut Cotly trustee mtg . 7.2 [,. Thorson. trustee CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT I-AW R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HABRINGTON & LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Nafl Bank BIk. ALGONA, IOWA J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. Hutchison Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW Quinby Bldg. Phone 251 E. J. VAN NESS & G. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 313-W Algo:ia, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAY Si KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krau_e Building Algona, Iowa Phone 58 L. A. WINKIX ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Quinby Building, phone 180. ALGONA, IOWA E. C. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Quiuby it Krau&e Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 129 HULAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Offtoe over IOWA State Bank Bldg. Office Phone -fiO-J Res. 315 ALGONA, IOWA CARKOL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Pu6toOic« Ptoone 85 J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rist over Rexall drug store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 328 ALGONA. IOWA O. H. CRETZMEYER, M- D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office John Galbraith Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688 ALGONA, IOWA So. roneouti posting- of lli'rl Springfield 3-8-30) 132. 11 From Sub 2 of 60 tu IJr 138.39 From Hub 3 of GO to Ur (Erroneous posting of Ituct S'ci Grant --20-11) 151.10 From Dr. 60 to Ur ^ roneoua posting- O f 1817 taxes) °° r ° m Dr ' 60 to c °unty fu r,u. i.o. (Kr- d. $310.98 From sub 2 of 60 to Sub t ,,i ,<•',-, (l ';!" )lle "" a !y posting of October l'j-3 cullfi'tiomi.) 151.07 From sub 1 of 60 to in 10-17. Grant.) "* ° Ktct No - l>7 1166.00 From sub 2 of 3 ti, Sul. .' . n » 29 -J 1 From _ub a of «0. (Erroneous posting $63.36 From sub 0 of IM> li, ou ;. .!>''!' OIl " ! " 1 "' i'"stm_- of li..| *-t, .M |. n,IM ;, of 1,1, ,,, Sul , P. V. JAN3E, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. 366; Office 666 MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 211 DENTISTS UR. H. ML OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocaine used for extraction Located over Chrlste-uen Store Phone: Business 166, Residence, 470 ALGONA, IOWA DK. C. D. SCHAAF DENTIST Quiuby Bldg. Piioue 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa VETEKIN ASIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Office 220 W<*t State Street Office Phone 475-W Rea. 475-R Algonu, Iowa L. M. Morticiiia aaA Fw-c-«t Mrector Phoac 11 Algona. Iowa *'J7.r>0 of CO lu i:<i, 1,1 I'J.'O. bolMl I,It . J24.M From sul) 10 i',f 60 "lu's to. (Krronw.ua posting of lu-ct Orant 'J-.--.-j IK.2S From Dr. »'i to .sul, (i (KlM,lu-uus ix.htiriif (jrant. Si-lfi-22) of Kii't No " of 60 3s ir>7<j.bu From su:j lu U f 4 tu :>ul. 10 5-5- 6 "'.' to' corr >r - ei ~ ,"" 1 '" '"•'•'• l/y '"'•' rij JH S(0.94 From Hub 12 of 61) to tkx roail. (Transfer order No. 60 3-10-^6 is-iuccj lor ili:0li, to pay road rc-as ment. Should have Uicii $16.06.) ilO.90 From secondary road to 61 . (Ueassessrncnt not paid ) $121.70 FruiH Dr. 63 to Dr. 14. (Erroneous posting of 1927 tax coUec- »3U.<0 From Dr sj t 0 o r 39 (l;r . ronuouu po-ting of Keel. No 37 l, Ind. Hurt. 9-27-15.) HS.fcO From Ur. 82 to Dr. 71. ( 'If uf Huct No. 96. 3-3-25 Dr 72 to county fund. f novi-r paid for No No. (Kr roiieoua Lincoln.) JCO.O& From Dr (Sui*r%lKoiH i-xpt >V;.i» lid 4 -5-7-8.) $5.76 from Dr. 77 to P-A-K (Jt I. (Erromious posting of Uoct 144 I-otLu Cruek. S-2-M)) J78.BO From Dr. »8 to Dr. *7. ror in postinii of warrants in 1916.1 I13.7S From county fund to Dr. 1JO (Amount transferred twice la 1*19 L S10.40 From Dr. 126 to county fund (19Z« .unervlsorti' expense uevor uaid county fund.) $16. ill From county fund to Dr 143. (Duplicate amount transferred In l»l».i (2.246. 44 From Dr. 1&6 to Dr. 16S (Erroneous pasties ul Hect. No. ioti 12-21-12 covering uiscjiamcuts ill D.D. No. 165. which was trroauoualy writ tcii and uo&tud a- Dr. H6.) JUS. 00 From Dr. l»i io tount/ fund I ty u\i<r-iiio paid frufti coua- fund In 1K-U nut Charles Blair, trustee mtg — h'rank Jacobs, trustee meeting; lily Anderson, trustee mtg — Glen.W. Jenklnson, trustee mtg Art GustafBon, trustee mtg — T. A. Reid trustee mtg -Art Crutkshank. trustee mtg — lohn Boekelman. trustee mtg H. Dreesman, trustee mtg -C. K .Rlppentrop.. trustee mtK Ubbe Winter, trustee mtg ._ K. R. Woltz. trustee meeting G. Kwoldt. trustee mtg — G. W. Illelch. truitue mtg Wm. Koestler. trustee mtg -Curl Hutching, quarantine _Carl HutcHnH. trustee ir.tK __ Maurice C. McMal'on. exp -Henry Elachuld meeting i:. U. Fiankl. meeting S. J. Devinu. meeting F. H. MeHchcr. meeting . Edw. Droesslttr meeting Win. Me.yer. meeting P. M. ('liriiteiiMon. meeting United ('tiemical Co.. Hupplies fail Dahlhauaur, r,-irt: of prisoners Pratt Electric Co. Huppilea l>ui roughs Ailtling Machine Co services K. k>. JameM, HUi>pliud KcmiriKton T>'j«HVTller Kxchanai HUppliCH K. I. McKvoy. tiupplie.s l.amtf &. Muckcy rei)airs Kf,b.sutli t'ounty Mutual Fire Iniiurance C«.. insurance Klehard»un Furnltuie Company. repairs Kurt Monitor, nupplleg .Security Envelope Co. suppllun Buncroft Keglater. publiahlnir i.*arl Dahlbau.si:r expenses _. P. M. Chrlstenson. meeting -John Hellmun. meeting Waller Vaudt. meeting W. W. Rlngsdorf. meuting K. li. Ulttmer. meeting . K. O. Mann, meeting Wm. iKhwietert meeting F. J. Ludwlg. meeting II. F. Schultz, meeting H. H. Dreyer. meeting G. B. Johnson, meeting H. tJ. Luunlug. ouurauUne — Jurgen C. Skovv. attending school convention M. U. liourne. medical aid — Haggard & Waller board pro ctedintf& Sptiboc-k Printing Company vuppllos K. A. Kvans. coroner 1 * fee __ Jay Grabam. u_U_^ aalary . L. A. Barsiou. ajjseasor mtg — J. W. Bolllir. u.Ktissor mtg — Clarence Vaake. aa-*8aor .utK Henry C. Nelson. asue<w>r mtg Clare tirick.un asse.*or» mttr Oscar. Frandle luweaaor mtK I. A. Gcrdeo. a_»e»»or mtg .. John N. Ludwig. auttgaor mtg Art Cogley. aaseBsor mtg R. K. Goddard. aaitaiwor mlg Henry Klepper. ajujeuaor mtg Fred C. Wegener. _-t»e_»or mtg Andrew Elbert aaae«aor mtg— U. C. laiis aasa-Hor mtg Frank W. lilbert a»B«*»or mtg pamutf Hogan auue_iBor mtg K. H. Beard«l«y. aaacaaor ntg W. J. Bouine. aiuwuor mtg Ed. Chambers. aMMMOr* mtg J. P. Cunningham. a-***K>rii muetlng Thomas H. Grabam Ixjrinsr-Fnrmer Oo. supplies — Messenger Printing: CO. HUP — W, C. Stitmer n*8csi«or mt£ __ W. H. PAttcrnon (issenor mt(t R. P. MAwcott assessor wtf CnM H/ins assessor nitjr . liexm J. Worden nssesxor mt(t A. J. Setter assessors mtK W. G. Flftlff ftsseasor mtgr __ Herman Ubben assessor mtg O. W. Berggren assessor mt* A. E. orren assessor mtir \V. L,. Reynolds nsnessoT mtR H. ' 146.70 64.41 R.IO 7.00 H.OD 4.00 4.6ft 5.80 7.00 6.00 fi.70 3.80 4.40 «.70 3.60 R.IO 3.00 33.00 L. McEnroe assessor mtg B. C. Green assessor mtgr Leo H. Guerdet assessor mtg Eleanor Potter assessor mtg Ray E. Hansen assessor mt* G. iB. Johnson assennor mtsr _„ ,4 Waller sup Whlttemore Champion sup 10S.42 ROAD CONSTRUCTION FUND M. T. McOuIre grading project No. 17 .98.54 M. T. McGuIre grading project No. 22 130..1 M. T. McGuIrp grading project No. 28 127.11 M. T. McGuIre grading project No. tS 118.67 .J. V. Elberta, grading project No. 32 61.33 3. A. Roberts new wood bridge 217.76 bridge 15S.3J Milton McFadden rodman 41.26 J. A. Roberta new bridge __ S8.43 ti. A. Roberts new bridge 68.43 John Schumacher, secondary road district No. 234 .91.81 John Schumacher, secondary road district No. 217 3».60 John Schumacher, secondary road district No. 331 106.70 John Schumacher, secondary road district No. 117 86.06 John Schumacher, secondary road district No. 148 73.W John Schumacher, sexxmdary road district No. 249 86.36 John Schumacher, secondary road district No. !47 J7.98 John Schumacher, secondary road district No. 246 2K.11 M. T. McOuIre grading 261.44 ROAD MAINTENANCE FUND Town of Wesley, water service 9.00 K. W. Lusby. supplies 4.95 Equitable Life Assurance Soc. gravel land 600.04 City of Algona. light and water service 13.88 Tlllle Wagner right of way — 100.00 Central states Eoctrlc Company light service 1.00 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co - - - 27.40 Central States Electric Company, light service 4.07 3rady Motor Freight, freight ..54 Joe M. Esser. patrol 72.90 Clem Goodman, patrol 62.60 F. Gronbach. patrol 47.25 Tom Weir, patrol 63.60 'red J. Coon, patrol 55.60 ''red Ilaumgartner patrol 84.00 3len Swanson. patrol 84.00 Clarence Woods, patrol 75.60 "?. D. McDonald patrol 71.40 M. Fuchsen. patrol 61.60 fohn Hanselman. patrol 120.60 Tr>» Helderscheldt. patrol 68.50 Clifford Holmes, labor 38.75 Peter Movlck. labor 43.20 ames McMahon labor 80.50 •Vllbur A. Fischer, labor 72.90 _._ J. K. Smith uaseaaora mtg _, 2.01 1.0 1.0 s.o 3.0 -..o -..0 12.0 12.0 12.0 12.0 3.0 :i.o 3.0 3.0 4.2 3.00 45.49 3.00 3.00 3.00 K.OO K.OU 4.75 3.00 a:, so 2.75 .3 5.43 3.75 a. 50 11. .a il.UO d.UO 8.00 3.00 1.00 4.00 4.00 4.1)0 3.00 3.00 6.00 3.00 2.50 1.10 81,72 74.26 7.15 31. SO 5.60 !>.70 6.00 4.20 «!&o 4.20 4.40 5.20 4.80 4.60 4.80 4.30 6.00 4.00 4.20 3.04) 4.00 4.80 t.OO 4.JO e oo C. A. Lamoreux. labor _ 03.00 IHvcr Youngr, labor . 68.60 F. D. Trulsman, labor 45.60 hester Alme, labor 59.2h VU1 Leeper. labor 72.60 F. Qulnn. labor 72.30 Dscar Earing labor - 71.70 "ohn S. Nelson, labor 67.60 . II. Montg-omcry. labor 72.90 -lydo Sanders, labor (50.75 Elmer Kwlnsr. labor 83.65 ohn Kohlwes, dragging 6.50 'rawford ISrothcrs, dragging 4.00 Vlllle Sohn. drng-R-infr 6.50 Krnest Hofmnn. dragging 6.00 'rank nauer dragging 6.00 MclK, drngrglngr R.25 V. F. McFarland. dragging 1.25 Herman Ilunksmeler. dragging 3.25 Richard Potratz. dragging 10.00 has. Ulfcra dragging 5.70 Laymond H. Peterson dragging 11.00 .. H. '.lunkermeler dragging 11.10 arl Hutchinn dragging 1.00 'ctcr N. Thllges dragging 7.00 .. M. Gustnfson dragRlng -- 4.00 xjren Ilyers dragging 4.60 •eter N. Hanson dragging 2.25 Edw Looft dragging SI.00 Tohn Craig dragging «.2S K. B. KMUuY.OrsvMliur -.___ 1».«0 H. IB. ««na«rrtmiTrV <lra«irmK ft.to Calvin Rlppontrop dragging 7.60 Wm. Spelcher dragging 15.7b J. A. Strayer dragging 15.00 Strayer brothers dragging 12.26 George Hnntg labor 11,63 C. Miller labor 13.71 C. J. Appolqulst assignment- 10.OC W. A. Murray assignment 4.20 S. M. Jordan labor 16.50 M. L,. Worby labor 63.00 I'aul Kllnk labor 73.1s W. K. Ixsy storage and repair 19.0 George L. and D. E. Miller Company supplies — 1.65 Tiro Service company suppllcn l.OC Pratt Electric company supplies Geo. Hollzhnuor repairs 13.75 1'HtterHon Ulectrlc Shop sup .90 F. D. Ityther supplies 3.on W. K. Stoeher supplies !.-( Swoa City Implement company supplies 4.40 Ixjaae A I^easo supplies 8.0( ThompHon Yards Inc. Hupplios 8.55 Thompson Yards Inc supplies 3.98 Thompson Yards Inc supplies _. b.9( Farmsrs raovator Co nupplles 1.8( F. S. Norton & Son supplies— 9.«0 E. N. Taylor Ind HUppllea fl.75 Christ Hogard. repairs 7.0( Thos. Carmody. commission of appraisement 6.00 Lone Hock Telephone Company telephone service — 9.K .Standard Oil Company supplies 68.2: City Oil Company supplies 37.84 Iloyal "400" Oil company sup_ 1107.84 RoHenberg-Wlcka Lumber Co supplies 4.3! Iowa Machinery & Supply Company supplied 85.9 Central Battery & Hoc-trie Company supplies Sleg Fort Dodge Company suu JI.9 260.0 189.8 7.04 Barton Warner Company sup lialluirb Cnmrinny supplies Giblis fmik Traetiir & KuuLp- llu-iit ruiM|,'iny. supplies 15.01 ennt;'l.v A !';UHc»nH Co labor ,M Wm. <). i.mlwiir. labor . Hg.i Ed. iilmscr. suii|>lu-.s 24.0; DKAINAOE FUND Farmers Klrvati.r t'o. .tuppllcH 2.31 Drum 20 Farmers Elevator co. HupplU-s 12.6 Drain 42 Paul N. Loomls. auditing 6.0 Drain 63 Paul N. Loomls, auditing *i .0 Drain 54 Paul N. I^oomi.. auditing r, o Drain 60 Paul N. Loomls. auditing 1 10 o Drain 65 Paul N. IxxMiiia. uuilitmif 10.0 Drain 71 I'aul N. IxjomiH, auditing _ _ 10 o Drain 72 Paul N. l,<M.inla. auditing 10.0 Drain 75 Paul N. Loomls. auditing 10.0 Drain 78 Formers Elevator Oo. sup 8 Drain 79 Silas Banwart; labor 8.a Drain 87 Paul N. Loom!., auditing !> 0 Drain 91 Farmers Elevator Co. nupplle. 4.(I Drain 97 Paul N. Loomls. auditing 10.0 Drain (9 Farmer* Elevator Co. nupllto- 3.1 Drain IK K. L. Hatten. excavation 201$.0 O. C. Cattleman labor 9.6 L. A. Turner, labor 14.4 Claude Peterson, labor 11.0 Lloyd H. Hints. labor 1474 R. B. Oteaon. labor 14.4 WiUon Concrete Co. auppllo- 36.1 John Hammer labor IS.I Lain? A Hue-key, supplied l.i Drain 120 Paul N. LoomU. auditing 10.0 Drain 114 Paul N. Loonila. auditing 10.00 Drain 129 Paul N. Loomis. auditing 10.M Drain 130 Paul N. LoomU. auditing 10.00 Drain US Paul N. Loom!*, auditing 14.00 Drain 140 Paul N. Loomis. auditing 5.00 Drain 141 Paul N. Loomls. auditing 10.H Drain 14» Paul M. Loomls, auditing 10.94) Drain lit Paul N. LoomU. auditing 6.»9 Drain 1(1 Paul N. Loouxts. auditing .... 19.60 Draiu 170 Paul N. Looml*. auditing 10.00 Drain 173 19.00 10.00 10.90 .37 34.80 33.97 6.50 7.7B .81 3.00 155 13.SO 8.9ft .60 .M 4. It Paul N. Loomls.- auditing; Sub g Of «0 'aul N. Loomls; auditing —_. Sub 10 Of 60 Paul M. Loomls. auditing- H K No.J-36 Hilbert Severlcns, labor 21.87 H K No. 3-46 Farmers Co-operative Society supplies LIBRARY FUND St. Paul Book and Stationery company books _._.-__— COURf FUND B. J. McHvoy, judgment and costs H. B. White. Justice of the peace fees ?arl Dahlhanser, sheriff _— I. A, Van Alstyn*. constant* C. F. Spechte. mayor F. W. areen. marshal ——— H. B. White, Justice of the peace fees —— Carl Dahlhauser sheriff M. S. Johnson, witness fee — Frank Vera, witness fee — •. .. T. GrHTIn. constable . A. Dannon. Justice of the peace fee 14.00 Albert A. Dolling witness fee !.»0 German Keaproth witness feo 1.30 '. R. Farrrtl Justice of the peace fee 8.16 'ohn Hutchison mayor 4.00 7arl Johnson manihall *.»» I. B. White services 10.00 INSANE) FOND 3. U. McBJvoy clerk's fee R.15 ;arl Dahlhauser sheriff's fee — 18.70 A. Hutchison commissioner -- 3.00 ;. H. Cret-meyer physician — 3.00 'ohn R. Farrel witness 4.00 B. J. McEroy clerk's fee I 0 - 5 ? Cart Dahlhauser, sheriff M>< 5 C. H. cretzmeyer, commission 3.00 Hutchison, commission 6.00 V. Janse physician 3.00 lurl Jorgenson, witness 6.20 COUNTY FUND ,yons A Carnahan, school books 41.4J Rand McNally A Company school ixraks 161.69 scott Foresman AV company school books — 63.31 University Publishing Company school books 232.41 World Book Co. school boobs 29.07 tow. Peterson A Co school books 95.17 Crescent Printing Company school books 11.78 Macmillan Co school books 63.77 ohn. C. Winston Company school books - 4.95 Glnn A Co..- school books 223.59 Houghton Mhflln Co. school books «9.53 Charles K. Merrill Company school books 27.01 "ollett Pub. Co. school books 6.52 Charles Scribner's Sons, school books 49.00 V. N. Palmer Co school books' 44.52 merlcan Book co school books 347.61 Laldlaw brothers school books 87.86 roquols Pub. Co. school books 201.58 POOR FUND oe Gunder. rent Wm, A. Soli claimed J6: not allowed U. M. Edmundsen. provisions. Harry Snnkey. claimed $10.48 — — not allowed leorgla A. Helgens, rent. Mln- nrd family, claimed S20.00 — — — — — — not allowed i. M. Owen rent. Chas. Johnson, claimed $60— — —not allowed : . 'A. Bomia, medical care. Harry Sankey, claimed $16 _not allowed '. W. Zeigler. supplies. Harry Snnkey. claimed $1 not allowed Supervisor District No 1 . W. Neville, shoos 12.34 Alb. Olson $3.50 Alb. Bratlln 18.84 . K. Klnseth & Son provisions Moslman family „ 25.46 oe & SJogron, provisions. John Fox f,.r,4 rankl nrothcrs provisions, Ray Sankey 10.62 cFarland A Walker, provisions.' Fred Schneider 12.i3 x>ng's Grocery, provisions for Lewis Elko 12.40 ut Rate Grocery, provisions- 26.00 H. Cook $5.60 Wm. Harris $8.00 Wm. Soil M.OO Vic Hlserodt $5.50 Lowell Walker $3.00 . S. Johnson, provisions 42.SO P. Hauensteln $2.00 • C. K. Johnson $1..00 Mrs. Klein, $9.04 Amy Johnaon »V.M Nina tMitton 14.OO ' Tom nilsborough $6.00 Mrs. Roy Leo fl.OO 1. H. Sorensen A Co provisions 28.00 Dave Hosz $4.00 J. J. Nccllng. $3.00 Mrs. J. Sol for t $6.00 O. J. Stephenson $13.00 Wm. Soil $2.00 Thos. Akre. provisions A. F. Connolly $4.00 Johanna Cook $8.00 •loo A SJoi/ren provislona for Clara Ncltzel 11.50 •V. A. White, provisions _ Aug. Rorenau $10.00 Laura Campbell $4.00 I. W. 1'ost. rent, C. K. Johnson Cummlngs Store, supplies for llonry Cook F. H. Norton A Son, assignment (I). VJ. Freeh) . W. Lusby. supplies F. Htonor 112.27 Joe Matt .50 Supervisor District No S W. Neville supplies, John Dahr . W. Lusby. supplies Will" Quatln Koasuth hospital hospital care Mrs. Julius Studer Dr. R. M. Wallace medical Mrs. J. C. Studer North Iowa Grain Company fuel Tlllle Folk North Iowa Grain Company fuel Mrs. Godfredson Farmers Elevator Company fuel; Alb. Young Mrs. Mary Fasbender. provisions. Mrs. Mary Simons W. H. Stott; provisions. Con Hlgglrui Bonacker Brother., provisions Con Hlggins W. T. peters, medical care, of Mrs. John Kventte Supervisor District No 4 W. T. Patera, medical care __ Delbert Rika $18.76 KaJph Parsons $18.76 Bettln'B Caah Store, provisions Julius lirlggs 12.00 14.00 1.00 5.00 12.7T 1.75 19.75 90.00 95.00 4.60 27.17 11.19 3.90 11.11 1.89 1.50 37.60 7.58 Jf. O. dapsftddle. nMdleat -16 O. Hiram Hard, »*•;•• Julius Brlggs «1>«% Hooshotir baby $2,50 C.O. Bent* $61.59 p. McDonald * Company 4«. 15 Mrs. Amos Kinney $Sfl.6« D. L. oodden $H.9« By Cha» Morris for road 8. W. Meyer medical care of Henry Meyer family Merrill Brothers provisions for Amos Bergman L. M. Merrltt ambulance service for Chester Simpson — SmttrvlMt DUtrlct W« S BeMner B. Ohr provisions for Mrs. Chas. Edwards B. L. Hanson provisions for Mrs. Bdwards — Sanborn's Cash Store provisions for Wm. Norrla C. R. Smith A Company proyls- tons for James Walker > Mrs. Blanche Jeaka, Mitt. Ml* Harold (Torrensen —Adam Reefer, transportation— Art Lester, rent J. K. Faulkner $20.00 Frank Miller $10.00 Mrs. Mary Web»ter care Noel Bntwlstle FuUerton Lumber Co. fuel for Moslman family -. 3. C. Atherton supplies Esther .t» 23.00 11.95 10. M 1.3S 4.26 26.10 I.M 6.»* 30. J» 45.0* 6. IS 1.98 Moslman — Sanford * Undebak fuel for Frank Stewart 8.T* Dr. A. Bason dental work — 36.00 Mrs. Ray Sankey 129.00 Fred Schmidt $6.00 Algonquin Fox Farm rent Albert Olson , T.OO C. H. Cret-meyer medical aid Ray Sankey 4)8.00 Supervisor District No t J. W. Neville supplies -.- «.!« Bob Stevens $3.00 Lester Evans $3.16 H. Taylor Inc. fuel JJ.45 Jim Taft $7.46 Fred Seltchow $6.50 Ebb Burbank $8.00 Mrs. Robert Button $6.60 Mrs. Wilbur St. John, care Myrtle St. John .. 84.28 W. T. Pllcher, provisions __— 6.44 C. K. Johnson, $6.04 Henry Cook $1.40 Algona Co-Operatlve Creamery Company provisions ______ 4.08 August Rosenau $.96 Wm. Harris $.84 Amy Johnson $1.44 Clara Neltxel $.84 K. D. James, supplies for G. B. VanDorston 11.00 A. Gllllngham. rent, Mrs. Bray ton 8.00 Walter Fraser. medical care — 14 .00 Mrs. J. Selfcrt $6.00 Mrs. R. Stelnmnn $9.60 C. H. Crot-meyer medical care 75.00 Myrtle St. John $10.00 Glslle Johnson $66.00 R. A. HJvans medical care __ 13.76 Jess Umberhauer $7.25 Forest Mlnard $2.60 Mrs. Johanna Koch $3.00 George Hunt $1.00 M. G. Bourne Mrs. Sutherland $1.60 Hugh Carroll $2.00 Lawrence Laurltson $7.00 Mrs. S. M. Jordan $6.00 R. M. Wallace medical care of Mrs. Robert Bowman 16.75 John N. Keneflck medical care 21.54) Lowell Walker $15.00 Robert Knudsen $2.00 Mrs. Mnthlson $2.50 Robert Dutton $1.00 H. E. Worthlngton $1.00 Robert Knudsen $1.00 R. A. Clark provisions 9.00 Robert Bowman $6.00 Jim Jones $2.00 Frank Splker $1.00 Algona Co-Operatlve Creamery Company provisions 17.00 Amy Johnson $3.06 F. Stoner $8.36 Wm Baker $1.66 Augunt Rosnnait $2.01 Ole Peterson. $1.86. Skclly Oil Company fuel for O. J. Stephenson 1.0* Marie Bakken, rent Mrs. Klein 10.00 Frank Koppen. rent. Roy Lee 7.0$> Vic Johnson, rent Bob Stevens 10.Ot St. Anthony's Home care of Davis and Taft children 66.04) H. L. McCorklo. dental work Clara Nettzel 13.0t» Lucia Wallace, rent. Wilbur Holdron 10.td Mrs. Uen Rushton. rent, A. R. Peterson 10.0* B. B. Grlnnell. rent Jim McOeo 10.00 F. S. Norton ft Son fuel ll.t>6 G. VanDorston $5.85 Rbb Burbank $5.8.5 Clara Neltzol $1.00 Frank Powlaakl $6.85 Mrs. Vern Rutledge $1.00 General Poor B. L. Hanson, supplies .86 Fred S. Gelgol. wood 6.00 tfake Keller, serving pauper 1.60 notice F. W. Green serving pauper notice „_ 1.50 Carl Dahlhauser serving pauper notice 8,10 F. S. Norton A Son fuel 8.86 County Farm John Hennlng. labor 40.00 Flank W. Klbert. repairing pump 60.75 Frank L. MlUer. light service 16.la K. D. James supplies - 1.95 George Holtxbauer supplies — 6.27 Richardson Furniture Company repairs _ 1.75 George H. Johnson supplies — 3.50 J. W. Swanson hauling corn — 11.22 W. H. Rlcklofn hauling corn _ 11.0* Lalng A Muckey repairs -——. 2.60 Graham Company supplies _- 4.64 Matt Murtha supplies 1.68 Fred Park exp. 8.80 Roy Sherman supplies 1,09 Coaat to Coast Store supplies— 2.95 R. A. Clark supplies 11.00 Tho. Akre provisions _. 61. IS Clapp'a Master Service repairs .71 Walter Fraser medical care --. 1.00 J. W. Neville supplies 13.(T IS. N. Taylor Inc fuel (6.80 tS. W. Lusby. supplies 1.00 RESOLVED: That the County Audi tor in hereby ordered and directed to Issue warrants for all bill, allowed at this meeting an per "Schedule of Calms" hereinbefore written a* per volt) on each Individual bill. Aye-: Ail. On motion board adjourned to nlM o'clock a. m., February 15, 1914. K. li. Butler. County Auditor. RITZ HOTEL ^yiAinneapolii* Newest Fireproof Hotel Convwrimt Jobbora t*d Di«-»>-»««l fee*. M. M, SO*. U.tk... H 10 a«. 4Cc. and D«nc« I f A M O M • SPANISH VILLAGE

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