The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1936 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 13, 1936
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trpp«r D*a Main**, of Burt Mull Killed Latt W*& In Mishap Burti Qjnto Brirtow mn called tt Rennselaer, Indiana, last Wed- rffaday by. the news that hi* moth- Mrs. 3. C. BHstow, Had been led in an auto accident. Mrs. lstow, who had made her home th het daughter, Mrs. Carl Selp, Irvington, was visiting relatives in Indiana. Th« Bo*? was DKtoght t* Algona Saturday and funeral services were held at {hi Merfltt fnteral partors. Burial WAS made ill the Hurt cemetery. The V. T. Martinsons moved Friday into the Mrs. Anna Stow home. Mrs. Lillian Sheldon entertained tm sewing circle Thursday afternoon. .Winifred Slgsbee, Fort Dodge, cUled at the E. c. Bierstedt home Fflday. C. L. Holding attended a Standard OU meeting at Emmetaburg, F(Hday evening. • C. B. Chipman attended a district ititttnK « undertakers at Britt on Thursday evening. Mrs. George Gray spent Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. Edgar Inlay, at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. 6. t>. Hawcott and MM. Bertha Wallace visited rel- auvp At MAsttt aty Thtt»*ay. . IfirWtoi atid tarter gfcHwtetert left SaBday for Israay, Montana, to visit their sister, Mrs. Paul Manor. Helen Wade left Friday evening to attend the Coe College homecoming at Cedar Rapids, Saturday. Ralph Faith, has been left at the Iowa City hospital for two weeks' medical treatment. Mrs. Hiiib Raney. Mrs. George Johnson, Mrs. R. Ft. Stalling and MM. John Weber attended a meet' ing of the jPlam Creek club at the Raymond Moyer home near Hurt Wednesday. BEK£CA NEWS Jfr*. Louise Schmidt bttkota last week Tuesday • few day* with, the Thaves De« dtaWsiddU.. who I. t to eat at . Phi BeU edf t» the lftitWnlty. Mr. and Mrs. a. rV. Bleich visited .the Oscar Anderson home at Itew Riehland, Minn., last Thura- A larce machine shed baa been eteeted on the Archie Hutchison farm, on which the George Gray* Mrs. B. B. Keants went to Lake City last week Wednesday to spend tJ week with her sister, Mrs. Ed Brace. Kossuth Chapter No. 301, O. K. S. met Tdesday evening. Past Matrons' night was observed at this meeting. Helen Schrader entertained her friends* lone Mojrer and Margaret Mornes*. at a chicken dinner on Thursday evening. Shirley Lockwood was six years old Thursday and celebrated by entertaining a number of little girls at a party that afternoon. G. C Allen has reoigned from his Job of hauling mall from the depot to the post office. Bid* are being received to fill the vacancy. Virginia Thaves returned to Albert Lea, Minn., last week Tuesday after a few days' visit with her Mr. and Mrs. James Otbson ant) family 6f Thompson spent Mon day-at the Clarence Metiger home. J3*rtha Gardner spent the past week at the home of her sister, Mm. George Wohnke, at Bancroft Mrs. Robert Campbell of Pine Rlv^r, Minn., and Mr*. J. J. Drln- nan spent Tuesday afternoon at the E. M. Gardner home. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and Mrs. C. O. Bailey attended the Norwegian AW society at Swea City Thursday afterndon. Mrs. Klfrieda Johnson was one of the hostesses. Don't forget the Seneca junior class fal&y entitled "When Sally Come* ta Town- at the Seneca gymnasium Thursday and Friday evenings, Oct 15th and 18th. The Modern Mixer club met at the home of Mrs. Curtis Olsen on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. F. E. JeaseH won the prise for the ton- test and Mrs. Raymond Peterson was a club guest. The Seneca school Board met at the scBdol house Mdhday evening. Corn husking vacation was decided upon and will begin Oct. 19th and last for two weeks. School wilt be- ging again Not. ted. MM. Lena C*re*of bancey, Wl*., and her mother, Mrs. AnnC Klelh. are tending several weeks at the honS* W ier daughter, Mrs, Reeti Ahrend and with other relatives and friends in Waterloo. Alice Dahl, seventh and eighth gfUt teacher in the Serieca school, was called to her home in Swea City Wednesday morning because of the death of her brother. Thorwald Dahl, a blacksmith in Swea City. Mrs. Robert Campbell of Pine River, Minn., Mrs. J. J. Drinnan and Mrs. K. M. Gardner were dinner guests at the George Wohnke home In Bancroft Friday. They also visited Mrs. James Delaney in the afternoon. a L. Dehton loaded Calvin Householder's truck from Lone Rock with farm machinery Thursday morning and was taken to a farm near Wilmar, Minn. The Dentons will move to Minnesota, after cornhusking this fall. BOARD OP SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS Auditor's Office. Oct. 1. 1938 Board of Supervisor!! met ptirsu- ont to ndjoiifnment vcltli all members present. proceeded to audit nnd nl- loW hills. Motion by Baum nnd second By Cossrrove that the contractor's bond of Jol;n R. tufdal. on Dralnftje District No. 90 be released as contract has been completed. Ayen: all. Motion b.v Morrl* and second by BalReman that the quarterly reports of K. J. Butler. County Auditor, J. .1. Do-OIey. County Recorder, Katherlne McKvoy, Clerk of the District Court and Carl Dahihftus- er. Sheriff, be approved. Ayes: all. Motidtt by ttorrts aea second by Baum that the official bond of Wm. Shirley, Co. Supt. and the official Bond of Grace Shirley, Deputy Co. Supt. be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by. Baum and second by Morris that pauper notice Be served on Kate Barton, Edward and Julius Jdchem. Howard Wescott, Willis Bllsborough, C. Wm. Carr, Theo. Johnson and family. Henry and Cecil KoepKe. Oscar Murson ahd family, Joe Platt and family. Ayes: all. Motion by Coagrove And second r Balfjeman that Sec. Rd. Petition a. 387 be placed on file. Ayes: all. On motion board adjourned until one o'clock ip. m. One o'clock Board of Supervisors met pursuant -to adjournment with all members prfeseht. Motion by Balfreman end second by Cosirrove that Baum be appointed as committee to make thft necessary repairs on tfr. No. 4. .11, 80, sub 13 of 60, 80, 82, 90. 102. 189. tB5. 168, W.-K. 89-186, H.-K. No. 4. Ayes: alt Motion by Morris and second by that Balgeman be appoint ed to make repairs 0« r>i>. No. »S 105. Humholdt-Kossuth Joint No. Ayes: all. Motlor. by Rs.1£«m*n and «*cond by Morris Hint cosjjrove be appoint* pd as a committee to mnltc repairs on Dr. No. S. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by that Mrs. ClntMM* BnlKcmnn Hutclilnson be appointed us loc» Ini'pstlsrstor for old affe pension up pllcants. Ayes: all. Mnllor. by Morris and second b; Bsum that the following; list nf olc tigre pensions be refunded, because of same being: paid twice for I*M: Martha Sleeker 15.44; Krnest Hab- fcsrer $2.04; U J. Dickinson 81.66; U J. Dickinson $1.00: John Frandle lt.00; Lena Frandle •*.»«: Brnest . J loeKer J2.00: Nick Stholt** lt\»f; Mrs. Nick Scholtes |2.00; Joe Blocker tS.OO; TKos. nestenlehrer »1M. Ayes: all. Motion by RalReraan and second bv Bdum that it refund cf l*.4f t>e s/H-en trt William J. Wels. Alfona Inc. because of application of soldiers' exemption for the year IMS. Ayes: ail. Motion bv Raum and second *? Cosfjrove tiia* Carl FjetTsnd. Wg- colr. Tp. be driven a refund of 8l,f» for 1934 »nd $1.00 for 1»SS old a»re pension because of not helnit a clt- lisfn of the t'nlted States, Aye*: Motion by Baum and stcon.d by Morris Hint Msry O'Brien .be »r»n»- fered fr«m Oakdtle SutiUrlmn to Alberquerque. New Mex««», at the. rate of $60.00 a month. Ayes: all. MM Inn by Balffenrtm «Rd second by Morris that the follofflnf: be aj>- npolnted to act as .tudres and Clerks of the Oeneral Electron Nov. ember 3. 1918. PRECINCT JUDGES Alsona First Ward \V. A. White Fred Beermnn Neva, Mason 'TOUNTINO BOARD V. J. Sands .TAnnette McMurray R. 8. Blossom Hortense CLERKS Mrs. Geo. St. .toftn Blanche Cro»« Oeo. J. KlV-rt Alsona Second Ward Frank Oelirel Elisabeth HolmM Mrs. U W. Keith C. C. Scharlach Chas. Nolte v >TriNG BOARD A. H. Stack Mr*. M>rt Win GllSrWe Mrs. O«o. »» Harry Nolle Algonn Third Ward ............... Toin Kain nalmmth H Oecar N&intn Krx. Kd J. 8. Crowelt COtTNTINO BOARD U J. Nelson Ft«>ifc . Bertha Johnson StewarvS Mf*. Atfln tfuenhold Algona Fourth Ward .............. W. H Freeman Mrs. tS» MOTICB OK PBTITION FOR APPOI.VTMKRT OV OtAHUlAN' FOH ABSENTEE In the District Court of Iowa. In and for Kossuth County. Joseph Kramer. Adam Kramer. and Sebastian Kramer, plaintiffs, va Tony Kramer, Defendant. Above Named Tony To The Iraraer: naninti Mr onrf u~ T r> m. I You * re here °y notified that there parent*, Mr. and Mr*. J. G. Thaves. is now on file in the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County. Iowa, the Petition of Joseph Kramer, Adam Kramer and Sebastian Kramer, alleging; that you are the owner of the following; described property, to-wlt: An undivided one-eleventh (1-H) Interest In aod ta a certain piece or parcel of .land de- Annouucement of the recent marriage of J. A. Trataer, a former Burt resident, and Laura A. Duffy of McGregor, has been received here. The member* of the sophomore claa* and their teacher* day evening and attended a movie afterward*. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ryerson and children returned last Wednesday from a week'* visit at the home of Mrs. Ryerson's brother, Ward McWhorter in Arkansas. The H. A. Thompson, Henry Gettman home* have been released from quarantine for infantile paralysis. No new cases have occurred the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding took Lawrence Skinner who had been painting at the J. N. Holding home, back to his home at Fam- hamvllle a week ago Sunday. VlrgU Schrader returned Thursday from Lo* Angeles, California, where he has been attending the Hemphill Diesel Engineering school. A large crowd attended the Legion and Auxiliary meeting last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Trewie Ringsdorf was the otcky one to have her dues refunded. Mrs. Maude Hanna and Alice Elghme were dinner guetls Friday evening at the J. O. McDonald home. The affair was in honor of Dorothy McDonald's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hedge, Jackson, Minn., vUited from Tuesday to Friday at the George Gray home Mrs. Hedg.- U Mrs. Gra/» sister They also visited relatives at Hum boldt Mru. Henry Manus celebrated her birthday last Tuesday afternoon by entertaining the members uf the Birthday Circle and several oUier friends and relatives ac a quilting party. Willis Phelps preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morn ing. The new minuter, the Kev Joseph Doms, Edgcrton, Minn., in expected to be present and preach next Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Montgomery re turned laj.t week Monday from a 12-day vacation trip on which the> vUited relative* in Cumberland Maryland. They also went up into Canada and .'>aw the Dionne quinu The Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmann and the Mesdamea R. A. Bleich, A. C. Bierstedt, George Koestler, f W. Kolltwch, G. W. Bleich, A. F Carter and H. E. Hachui attended a LaJies' Aid bazaar at Fenton on Wednesday afternoon. Supt Bowie, Eiua Ba&rn Charlotte Warrior and a number of high school pupils attended the operetta, "Pinafore" at Mason City Wednesday evening. The same operetta will be presented by the students her* a little later. Burton laenberger, Des Moines, •pant two or three day* last week with hi* parents, Mr. and Mr*. J. O. laenberger, and other relatives. i|U wifev who ha* been assisting at the Marvin Hotel during Mrs. Vinaa*' UlneM, returned home with Mm. S. J. DeGraw Kr* K Vallie THbon COUNTING Lelsjhton Ml John E. MrRnTW .lot.n Overmyer Buffalo Township Fred Boyk»« Chris Brar«J Andrew X. Kso COtTNTrSG S»;v Will SScknut Til He Pal* K. t Fl^S^fC Burt Township p. L Dmrann Paul Kr>r'.;>» corvrijpr- sc.i C. C San» Cresco Township Joe E!J*rrs Harrr- <ti)i!i Ben F'm-mHF*'" Township John r "•««-« Ka»t Lone Rock (Burt Tp.) De!»»f<~! Kuimi Lea Mk.-u.» Wm Jwmran i«r-j Fenton > H H Tri—tr ~ at a-pcfnt •• feet: Booth of the Northeast corner of the Southeast Quarter iSEV4) of the •Southeast Quarter (SEW) of Section Thrty-flve (35) Township Ninety-four <»4> Harlh. Itangc- Twenty-nine (29). West of the 6th T. M.. thence south along; the section line 154 feet 6 Inches, thence west 18 rods thence NortJi 154 fees 6 Inches, thence East IS ro<ls to place of beginning. And a Hum of money of One Thousand Nine Hundred Twen- ty-flve and 74-100 I)ollar» "11927.74) which was deposited hy the Executor of the Estate (if laartore Kramer. rte<-ea»eil. with the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth Countv. Iowa pursuant to order of Court In »ai.l Estate That you disappeared In Kovem- j f. 193S. and your whereabouts nave not been knnvrn since that 'line. Also allegrir« that It (• n»r- »»ar>- that a GuaMian lie appqlnt- •I to take charge of. pr«?t.crv* an.1 control your property, and that such fur /urth,.-r jyjrticulars !,,•* rvt- t;.-n «>n file. Vua ar^ furtier n^tlflcrt tjat bv T.ler of <he above entitlr.] fi.i,rt I"- hearir? :.p»,n *»M 1'mtl.n -*ili •" ' »t t^e Courthouae Ir. A:».,ra '" " " i<»» of fj'-t'.b*r. < fit said riav. at may ai-i.^ar an't Garfleld Art Hercbti R Oerman I'bbe Robert Knase Henry Schmidt Grant R. Newton Ell Anderson. W*a:»er Ohm Frank Eigler H. W. Balreman Kike Wagner Herman Dreesman John Bo«kelman A. M. Kollascl, L. J. Kockler A. Fansrman larrlnon Hebron I...k..ra (f.eilyard) • lyard R. O. Baum William Franks Carl Hutchlns Henry Hheppman O. S. Nelson Mrs. Wm. Turley t,e !43« ai }>> f,ii «t.:rh frr.e y BTiOW*. if <•" Ori-r n.-.'. l'fiye.1 JOfiUPH KliAMKF! AT. AM KP.AUPTi SKFlArfTlAN KP.AMi:t: ' -*" P. ti-V.-.e I.-ii.* I:,, k i Fenton) f I Bl K ATH,V ofaurcb in of Mr. cad Mi* ^ *- rr, *• r . • tt* : i: n-.a r, r ^ • i ;; r. ! ' 1 I , cording l,j law. .-Jj^t .. Oeo. TV. John Karsten Jake Kellar '•uUNTINO BOARD Mrs. Chas. Baker Mrs. A. H. Fuehs Mrs. Roy Hutton Mrs. Qeo Carmen Prank Coyne . Jot Rah* J. J. Anderson Jake Kelly Mayme Sperb«ck Louise Hatten "'IITNTINO BOARD fl*o. Butterfleld Mrs. D. W. Fults Mrs. U A. Hafflund Buell Pearson A. H. Hurdeby . H. O. I^rson I-f-wls Bhrirk Thomas Berg . Hugh Kaney M. U Honey t'. B. Frank! . Peter Hans K. R Worley Win. Leiillp '•'(UNTINO BOARD Tom Tamman Mrs. I. E. Wortman Steva Power* Mrs. Harry Uussman >'. O. Peterson . .1. H. Moasel D. A. Carpenter I*on J. Worden Mrs. Wm. Plynn Mrs. Wm. A. Garry COUNTING BOARD .1 H. Holcomb Mrs. Albert Brandt Harry Hchroeder John Hartshorn Olenn Yohnke . I^eonanl tieiboldt Bert Coder II. F. Rdwarda Mrs. Gus Roppen J. H. Warburton . I" K- Christensen Alex RadlsT w. Q. Plats; . N'oah Helsner Andrew Elbert <• W. Elbert COUNTING BOARD Richard Potrats Arthur Rusch Henry Mueller .. O P. Ohamtxrs Albert A. Hchlpull K. J. Cbapmaa POUNT/KO BOARD K. K Clapsaddle A J. Eaaon Anna Murray . . Henry Bailey Alfred J-rutrnson J E. MrKoroe .. W. B. Htewart K B. Iilumer W. H. Schwietert .. Joha Arndorfer Ota. Pattlt Art Priebe John KoMwes G«o. Wlnkel Nick Ger.tter Jamea Butler H. C. Allen Harry Llohty Arthur Hot J. R. Parrell I^eo C. Miller Clark Sculfman B. O Mann W. W. Ringgdorf of t, , 411 I'. i ] '^ i -. »-n. !.• :. ~ - - - - -elai I^iwa ar.1 ti'^rii*, prinle'l on tit rev<ri n ("fin. to-wit. ;. Tim! the r.^r/i^s and c • Im an.i |ji in^i publisher. Haggard i Waller. Al KQI.U., Iowa; editor, HaK«rard & Waller. Alguna, Iowa: managrlna; editor, liaKiard * Waller. Algona, Iowa: and bunlncss nianagere. HaKifard & waller. AlKona. Iowa. 1. That tlie owners are: J. W. HaKgard. AlKona. Iowa. R. B. Waller. Algona. Iowa. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders owning or holding one per cent or more of total .(.mount of bunds, mortgages, or other securities are: K. R. Waller. St. Paul. Minnesota. «. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the names of the owner", stockholders aid security hold- era. If any contain not only the list of stockholders and security holders as they appear upon the books of the company but also, lu cases where the stockholders or security holder appears upon the books of Oeo. f'lr.k Isadore Mayer .. Anton Rtork Gco. Grlese A B. Lappe .. Paul Hern '•Carles I'ltthe Henry Bormann . . I P Engessor Otto B. Jensen Joe Crowley • A .1. Klrshbaum .S. J. Ijevlce M H McEnroe . Henry Kohlhaa« .Simeon I^elgh A W. riteua»y . G B. Hl.k Fr«d U,. t . u .,. l.ouJn Anderson Merman Runksmeler fln»ter Johnson Thorson G B Ludwlg; Alf Btuder John Hellman f. H. Me.cher John Bormann Wm. Runcrey ChrU flahl J W. Bolllg I- C. Hutchlns Henry Elscheld Clarence Green John P. Bormann . . ' t A Jeri«*-i Axel Krlcksoii Will Krurnm A. 1C. I'rjik.-hi John P BVKOII Tom Hei.J O. I. M .1 K Glen A. Harvey .lenklnson A. E. Old-Jin** company as trustee or In any the other fiduciary relation, the name of the peraou or corporation for vtxun such trustee Is actliis;, Is given; also that the said two paragraph* contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief a* to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do cot app t ar upoo the books of the company aa trustees, hold stock and securities In a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner: and that tUs affiant has no reaaon to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any Interest direct or I r direct In the said stock, bonds or other securities than aa so stated by him. HAGGARD «V WALLlBa P*r H B Wnllpr Subscribed to and sworn before me this SOtb day of sjepT.. lt»f HfeLEM PARSOK8 My commission expires July 4. l»m. •,• ' ," r Holeneu* A I. Klempeter not'NTI.Vc; BOARD Mrs Frank Kouba Mrs. J Ormsby Henry Srerrnan Mm. Lester Lease Irmo c. Gerde* ' if. *'• ,J> ch "ltz Walter Vaudt \Vm Meyer Fred Kollasch Krwln Slema <'OUNTINO BOARD Mr«. W. F. Kelmers Jim Hogan Mr«. V5 Hlgglns Mr«. H. Woodward Prank KIbert COUNTY FUND Amt. v, ... , , Allowed <f< » .Suhivan. postage i 200 Wn: Franks, pouting quarantine g jo Ji w ' Sullivan, stamped env so 00 .^"j^ray. 401 7 50 <6.04 Post, dray & . os, rax f'has. Clapaaddle. bounty . ( '"y 9* *l*ona. light serv Mrs. KO . freight rrelgl sells Volgt, aalary 4U 27 50 prances Dutfy. salary «j 50 Mary it 8»n<U, .alary .... tt. John BMtenlehntr. salary W. E. JfcDontld. salary .. !•' J haltfemau, aalttry W. .s f'^sgrove, xalary . Wni. K. Baum, salary . . f'has. Morris, salary ... . M .1 liuffv, office exp. . . Lottie Kain. office exp. 204.22 16475 221 64 216 20 4.SC 10.00 so. oo .,' Lottie Kaln, oftica exp Esther Maurice , Esther Lavrens .salary McKah on. a*- • 62 70 T9.M lodging prisoners . Kathprlnc Mi-Kttly. offl .1. J. LxiOley. office exp West tt»nd Journal, print- l«| In* Kllpto beftte l \VBitt*nteH* Champion, print- Prank*) Carbon r<v, nun ..... Ualla*Th*n * Co., *«p. ...... B&>h*> Blank t> , *np. ...... ffcrkln* Bros. O . «nf» ..... rtm. Shfttey, r-ostftir* »nd frf- B<* «*p- .................. Vt:t» B. acMrlrttrt. condwt- ,tn» *th. «rra*f> <•* ......... i.uYvnt* New*, print in* ... .1, K. Ptttnkctt. »»!%. ........ .iohniw>n-R».n(it>iph cv>. *«r> . t t« *4, l»S»-Th« tl» City Hall ll» with tht l*r»U SMctrtc *. rk «»P- . - ..., Norton ll*eh. Work*. r*w»lv» V»«« DIMnfwtlr.* Co. *** . ttmm Pom. Ct>. *w». .- t Frortac* Co.. »wp ..... Ron**, r*p«lf .,.,.,,. C. X««>nt, <tmt«il Wfu-fc W»my»r, imjv. ........ Co. Form Bnrvftn. mi in ».«* *** .-ufr>l A B»»er C<x., snp. H. R l*c!*«rmy, »»»«>r .. M. R. Poraml labor ....... lot I Ida HotcTilson, e*|v ... lohn Ksir*tei%, weed cvmnv. A- K. Acderfon, weed oMnnv 5ni*rt v R»»t*Y. bontitf iCdiwond lister, tjwwntv . . . rvln Rlchter, bounty I. R Wltte. t- »«. te« ..-.'" r . A. NenrTlUe, ro»*t*N* fee 41. $# 1S.M 1 W f. »S !# l*.W ».** A«on IVtttt, mbor J«Mi Orm*hy, »M>» Win Knight. Iftbor j!fr» n JulioJ&ynJW tile j. s r»m> I»»«T 'Work ?'.« , , .*»*¥» J. R Pannkak, t. draiwlnK .. frflfcl:: . . I1»u»5<>n. JL R f»* p«h)b«o«T. sher iff HI1V •>w» *r«. lf*rt B»T W. wit**** , COTBT FCXT« C* l.VW IMS SJS s :* .t* t<V<4 1*M . in* Rlppprtrop, l*w>r .». W. oa*t*r»o»i. dratt '- R»ti«oti. l»hflr M*Mi Co,. wp*tr Kl*ct. Co.. sap, t>m«-«t * Til* CV.. ism . . Anthivnr J*hn*Mi, t*palr Stor<>, KoH1ri»a* * ST>tH«!>, sol Mr*. H. IX Clajwaddlp. s s R French. *np C. H Blair, haulms; Central States Klect. »»»». w**t»rn writ e».. sup. MawjIWt O»n«t. Co.. gravel rvt*r MoTieiu "fcbof 'I;;!!!!! rise John Han»elma.n. labor 18o.?« Kelly tt»w Thom»on Co., sup. «».«« , KohlbaM, Ov«rmr«r. Mitbfteh A Kaln. Mtttutw of thft ta»t meeting wert rwd and approve*. Workmen's compensation Insurance policy renewed. O, S. Mndsay J** suspimded. MMUm C4W-M Id p»* Dfltt XtnttMl In*. Co. and Oclbralth m- late each IIMt-lw •«?« »»" blocks damaged dnrW* paring bbta •traction. . . Motion carried fntt city rent & MBHmt room in the Sawyer building for ft rest room, rent to be ItS p«r month. , ^ Jfetlon carried thai few. A. M. lilfcson b« employs^ at matron of city risi rotno, silary to M $25 .. month. the following bills passed. yntral Mgfit ! 6*ft Lu $.»» 11.50 \.t<< tll.W sun. IOM.12 . tMrmioaif*. Tool Co,, sup. . 4S.75 VXV> jn». nn« Sail Co., *up. .". 44.5} CVatral Auto Elect. Co,, sup. J1.J4 The Alevalte Co., sup. J§. 13 l»w« Mach. Co., sup. 101.*' sarrert Haeh, Works. sup. . Srl(C Fort tVdtte. sup <;ibb»-C«w>k Co.. snip. A. Peter*, repair POOR FUND Supervisor r>lst. 1— '! U Coroln. med. care K. D. Jasne*. sup. It R. Sumach, prov. 3.S6 16.50 7.*5 6.00 cifV. prov. 5.S1 t*lh?r S*!K»r Tto In.-:., fvp JC* T*~ . Dr. St* M — 1*4 IS* 1 <9 S.J« a lUifdAl. contract 440.25 8. lUfdal, contract 4«2.M . _ H-torr Ctr'Jt*n»«n. tabor . 4.90 P*x? Tra»&nar. labor .... 3.99 i? R XaTT. labor ....... :2.0« Cftas. E. Chubb, rug ..... S.OO il35 Clsabb, iabor ........ 4.00 ^•-•sp^jn Tard* Int. »up. . 12.84 .V.?/tt*rn Lumber Co.. sup . S.Ob IHnior* C*m*nt & THp Co.. sap ...................... 24.45 Dr So. K— Ed Ur yer. labor .......... 16.50 Htni7 ChrUtlanson. labor. 44.00 l*aal Trasamar. labor ...... 38.50 Chaa. R. Chubb, eng ....... 2.00 Jim Chubb, labor ......... 1.00 Thompson Tards Inc.. «up. 2.23 Klmor* Cement A Tile Co.. sup. ...................... 98.00 Dr. No. M— Jamen U. McKee. dra(tlnf{ plate ..................... 21.00 James 8. McKee. drafting plate ..................... 62.00 Dr. No. S5— Norttcrn Lumber Co.. tup. .15 Or Iffih 4>im, •! - -•„*-.•'• • ^ TWoOlSlW Wa, me., iup. . 1^0 Dr. No. »0 — Mr*. J. a Rafflal. contract Vli.H Mrs.' J.' Ed Meyer, labor . Henry ChrUtlanaen, labor. Paul Tranamar, labor .... Dick Jenaen. labor ....... C. H. Cooper, labor ...... Chaa. K. Chubb, eng ....... Jim Chubb, labor ........ Homer Nolle, labor ...... Thompson Yard! Inc.. labor Dr. No. »»— Dick Baade, labor ........ )r. No. 10S — D. B. Mayer, labor ........ George Looft, labor ...... >r. No. Ill — K. Q. Htenstrom. labor .... Kd WIHard, labor ........ Dr. No. Wi— Abe Carter, labor ........ Dr. No. IS* — Ueorgo Looft, labor D. B. Mayer, labor ........ >r. No. 157— Dick Baade. labor ........ C. H. Copper, labor ....... )r. No. 16l— James B. McKee. drafting Plat ...................... D. B. Mayer, labor ........ George Ix>oft. labor ...... Kd Wlllard, labor ........ B. O. Btenstram, labor .... Thompaoa Yards Inc., sup. tot R F. Ktnseth. pror. Council Oak Store, prov Cut Kate Orocery, prov J W. Neville, sup. U W. Swanson. sup. C. H. Lichtv. sup Supervisor Dlst. 2— C H. cr*t*meyer. med. care Walter Fraser. med. car* ... M. O. Bourne, med. care .... K. M Wallace, med. care.... Dr. S. W. Meyer, med. care R A lOranc. med. care \V. D. Andrews, med. care .. H. U McCorkle. dental care. Ko».«utl Hospital, care R. A. ClarK. prov. S. BO 41.00 2».00 K.13 34.16 5.00 12.0fl Z.OO 47.2.-. 18.00 3.5(1 15.00 It.00 107.25 30.00 C- S. Johnson", prov 16.50 \V. T Pllcher. milk 10.80 AlRnna Creamery, milk 2.40 lied Owl Store, prov. 24.00 fhasem Store, prov 1.6! F. S Norton, prov 1S.IX West standard Oil St.. prov. .SO Mrs Alex Miller, rent 10.00 (luy Mar.tor. rent 4.00 II. II Roettcher, rer.t ...... 10.00 J. I, Bonnr. rent .......... 10.00 . , . Mrs. Rose Householder, rent I'nul c. Carlson, transportation ...................... l,«tti,' Kaln, transportation. Mrs. \Vm. Meyers, care ..... St. Anthony's Home, care . Supervisor Dlst. 3 — II. M. Olson, med ........... Kunx (Iroc, prov ........... i'tvo. Honerlierg. prov ....... Amos Honacker, pror. ...... Henry Nelson, rent ........ Henry Nelson, milk ........ Hawcott A tiff. sup. ...... T. P. Dorre. imp. «r... 3 00 4.00 3.06 14.00 6.70 11.50 ».00 8.37 4.00 10.09 7.50 2.00 8.75 6.40 »1 12.00 6.60 4.20 's Stor. Paul Orames, prov. Smith's Dent. Store, aup. .. Wrede A Krause, aup Horenson's Cream St. sup. Dyer's Store, pror. «. A. Murray, sup Mrs. Augusta Belts, can.- ... c. H. ftchrader, rent J. H. Sheridan, rent L. M. Owen, rent Supervisor Dlst. 5 — Mary Webster, care Frederlckson'a, prov Blomster's Htore, prov Mrs. Barney Hesvlg. prov... Hueliler & Bishop, prov Rachel's Cafe, prov Mrs. Her. Rushton. rent ... Mrs. L Eckholm, rent ... Cora Krosch. rent . Iowa Psychopathic Hoap.. care 37.24 . 10.00 25.00 21.40 10.00 45.00 1.00 18. SO 1031 7.04 F.OO 1. U .'t 10.00 itn 10.00 7.00 24.00 6.01 S.24 12.00 11.40 15.00 18.00 20.00 10.00 40.00 8.00 6.00 13.24 S.OO 4.4> 10.00 10.0« 10.00 84.00 32.00 14.00 t.IS 8.00 .TO 14 eo 1060 (.00 21.11 .15 32.S! 7.10 712 5.7» T.75 IKK S.Tt 8.74 .91 Jule 8elfert.' estimite"".~".TTTl440loO K. C. Krall. (relcht 4147 Kilo Rahn. gravel pit 142600 C. R I. & P. Ry. Co., Irgl on lumber «4g oi C. * N. W. Ry Co., frgt. on lumber 454 10 H. If Kmlth. .alary 241.0* Don Nugent, salary lSt.O« John Fraser. rodriutn 70.50 Mike Baker labor 101.70 Arthur F. Ha urn labor i2I.OO I V. Elbert laU Jf iZO.OO Thompson Yards. Inc. sup. . ID 10 Clear I^ke Kand A Gravel Co Kravel 4112 Waterloo c.ontt c.i, . »u-' 20.2* Wheel*-r !.umb«r «e BrldsTe Co.. sup Northern Lumber Co., sup '.. K. H BeardsUy. labor .... 1. M. Ifoore. labor •lule Helfert, road work . .. Kiandard Hupply Co.. sup 710.(8 Towa Culvert A> Pipe Co.. tap. KUi.ier Manufactory, sup. .. 41(70 f. i. MoVav road work ... Z74.»a Hub. tot No. rt. B. Mayer, labor ........ George I-ooft. labor ...... I'. A.-K. No. 1— Chaa. B. Chubb, eng ...... i;-K. No. 4— B. O. 8t«nstrom. labor .... Kd WIHard. labor ........ Northern Lumber Co., sup. ll.-K. No. 2^~ Chas. E. Chubb, enu ..... Jim Chubb, labor ........ Homer Nolle, labor ...... R. J. I>ahl. labor ........ H .K No. 6 — Phillip Fourage. labor .... W.-K. No. 66-196— Henry Christiansen, labor . Kd Meyer, labor .......... Paul Trasamar. labor .... Thompson Tards Inc.. sup. CONSTRUCTION FUND H. K. Micks, freight ctarges Mrs. J. it. Knutson, beds. . . General Poor— Harold D. Hmlth. louse and lots Kossuth Co. Treas., Old Agr Pension tax OrahSm's Store, sup 'lirlstensan's store, sup II. K. McMurray, repair .... Hllma Ostrum, labor Curl Dahlhauser. aerv. pauper notices County Farm—. Frank L. Miller, light serv. C. W. Rellly, labor H. W. Post, drayage C. H. Rellly, libor C. H. R*llly, labor John Hennlrg. assistant .... Handy Btebrlls. labor Akres Oroc.. prov Zender ft Caldwall, sup Missouri Kansas Chem. Co.. sup K. D. James, sup McCormlck-Deerlng Store, sup C. A. Heard, repairs Win. C. t>au. repairs Pratt Electric Co., aup K. G. Richardson, sup Kred Ruage. repairs Kr*d Park, tele, »erv RESOLVED: That the County Auditor In directed to Issue war. rants for all bills allowed at this meeting as per vote on each Individual claim hereinbefore Hated. Motion by Morrln ard second by Balgeman that Thursday. Nov. 6t<i. 1436. «t 2 o'clock P. M. be flxed as tr« date at hearing; on Secondary Road special aasosmenta Districts 2*8. 301. gti, 312, 314. 121. 110, 33T, •U2. 347. »50. 867, S49, til. 374. 375. 376. 37«, S80. J81, «*$. Arc*: All. On motion board adjourned until nine o'clock A. U. Thursday, Vf.v. 6. 1>S6. E. J. BUTLER. County Auditor. r I M «-rrvm«n work 547.85 MAINTKN'AN'CR Fl'ND i-. ••!-»! «(»!••» Klect. Co.. light n»rv T ltoBk» Tel* f.. . tele. serv. '"vt» L'nlon Tele Co.. tele. '•r-tc f'aul. estimate . fi'rk Paul, estimate . 'Mrk f'aul. estimate . ''Irk Paul, estimate Interntate Power Co.. light serv H. W. Pout, dravage K. U Huber. labor Peter Movlck. labor City of Algona. lls;ht serv. .. Mr«. Huich Post, draxage .. Mr« Huarb Post, drayage . . . M. J. Diif/v. frt and exp lay r?odden. labor . "n-i J Coon, labor II. T. Ti,rl.>v labor ' E Kiilili. labor "•l"-lu >l«ker labor . . . ••'i niitterfleld labor f Perirejren. labor . r"-r Rwlns labor ,, . H I MoritKomerv. labor Arthur Raum. labor 1.02 1 84 J4» »*4.J« 1*4 2» T4*'.2S . > tt.go 65 80 . . Oeoree nkeaa. labor galnh Markla. Irtor R. . Huber. labor . . . £ n McHonald, labor Wm, 9 Oronbach. lab 4.00 37500 4.58 11.* t ».»« 3. DO 24.50 17.10 IMS* 1.1S 1.00 sop 2.60 &O.OA 12.00 67.54 14. 88 a.07 6.71 .ft J.tO IS* 2.11 MS tit Notice To A. T. Flllenworth: You are hereby netlfled that on the SBCond day /»f necemDer. Itlt. the following described real estate situated in the Courty of Koscuth *ft «ia«e of Iowa, to-wlt: Lots Five (S) and Blx d> of Block On* d) of Lute A. T. Btaey** Add. lo Algona. Iowa, was sold by the Treasurer of Ke**uth County. Iowa, for taxes due and delinquent, to L A. Wlnkel. who In now the owner •....» i,nM*r of a Certltcate of Pur- rhan* 1,1 «nld lots: that th* right-or redemption will expire and a deed i'ir xaM land will be made by the Treasurer of K>*»utn Courty, Iowa, iinicsn rerirmnd'in therefrom be made within Ninety (ID) day* from tl<c cnonnlelad service of tbl* notice. Dated September 14tb. I»M. '.. A- WINKKt* Owner arid H^Mer of Certificate *»-« or Purchase. Hotlcc To F. H Hlasjle: You are horeljy notlfted that on tb« second day at Dacemher. 1119, the fpllowlnc dt"tcrUb«4 real estate situated In the County of KosVutl. and Htn«« of Iowa, to-wlt: **"^^ w t,ot» Twelve Ht) and Thirteen i) of Block Five (5) of C»ll acd Smart's Add. to Algona, Iowa, was •old bv the Treasurer of Kossuth County. Ii>w». for ' delinquent, to J " "•Vrtlflrate of Furohaie oFaaM lots): that the right of redemption Will •Wire •** a Oee.) ifor sa«f lud wifl be ttide W the Treasurer of I rtSwnUr. Iowa, unleM re for taxes *5» v a«4 * A, yinkeJ, wto Is T and holder of a CtUDrV ft nt>V «v V *'*'« • ' J. W. .Kelly, salary 1 iWM x"o Bfcjkmk, salary 1$5.00 r. r. fJaltey, «*l*ry J4|.00 Tom rtnlpln, Mlary . 158.W Walter German, salary . l H. R. SKiphenson, Salary. 1 Ray Barton, salary 1 O. r. Wright, salary L Adah Carlson, salary 1*5.00 Wm. Johnson, labor —.- 8T.f rhas. Waiintir et al, tabor J. W. Kelly, expense — Srxiotiy Vacuum OH Co., ,; 3. T. a oil 96.68 WIlV tt«ilif*cUng Co., She'll Peti : oliiiim"corii?"ga* .,'..„ dll ..... - JWl.Tf r. M. Si. t?. * P. R'y, •..;. freight oh fttft oil . iOJJf Cdlten at Cowan, JWles .. 704J3 r. ¥. St. P. A- P. RV, a ... frelflit ofl potea ...... *t| Electric Supply Co., n»d«>. M McMaster - Carr Supply Co., mdse. 1.46 Fulton Iron Works, repairs 77.M Line Material Co., mdse. . 69.92 Westlnghouse Elect. Supply Co., md*e — 231.01 Kennedy & Parson, mdse. 80.0? Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse. Dutch's Super Service, gas and repairs B. GooVredson. gas and oil S. Godfredson. gas and oil Walburg Station, gas and oil Hovey Super Service, mdse. H. W. Po«t, freight N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service Cresco Union signs Elec. Co., Irvington Elect. Co.. signs W. W. Sullivan. P. M., postage R'y Express Agency, express Ted Chrtechlllea. adv. Algona Upper DCS Moines, printing and mdtie. EC. D. Junes, rodse Ernst Thlel, meter read- Ing W. W. Sullivan. P. M.. box rent —«.. R. F. DonoVaa, compensation Ins. i.; DEPOSIT FUND Carry Roggen et al, refund deposit WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary Prank Ostrum, aalary ... Harry Barton, salary Laura Mitchell, salary .. Earl Bowman, labor Fred Gronbach et al. labor McCord Radiator A Mfg. Co., mdse Loljthton Supply Co., mdse Wlgraan fo,, nulse. Thorp* Well Co.. on contract -_Howard C. Moffltt, water 8S.55 41.37 20.76 9.60 .91 5.60 15.45 17.37 3.78 2.10 1.58 143 6.00 6.00 2.77 25.60 .78 350.00 _0wu*r and it-il 40.00 70.00 125.00 120.00 105.00 90.00 1S8.25 3.K 50.65 326.50 2000.00 51.42 6.78 .71 31.96 23.84 125.00 102.00 15.00 100.00 31.60 3.00 3.73 1.4* 6.00 76.00 40.00 75.60 66,00 66.85 30.10 36.00 69.15 14.00 63.00 66.00 138.63 f.07 15.16 8.37 20.16 26.56 4.25 140 49.15 20.W 10.43 3.00 240.17 21.28 20.00 26.00 1.70 30.00 3.15 3S.6*» 45.00 1.07 -,_IWW> Richard POM et al. lafeor- 26.15 Foster* Furniture Store, OJdae. —, 4.K KJm* L yP* rr> **rn4rr- !•** triatlac "•*,—,-——.! ITS PWA CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT AI«-/\». Ifnnar n»**lirnliu« tests George Holtzbauer, mdse. 0. F. Towne. labor . . H. W. Post, freight Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil GENERAL, FUND Prank Green, aalary H. A. Van Alstyne, salary H. A. Van Alstyne, salary R. H. Valentine, salary .Bert Norton et al, special police F. W. Green, dogs N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service H. W. Po*t, freight Lyle Hatbes, signs Jeese Laabbrook, salary . Jesse LMhbrook. *alary . Wlllard Gregson, man and team Wlllard Gregson, man and team , Frank Sktlling, labor Oliver Bakken, labor Oliver Bakken, labor Georga Gunder, labor George Gunder, labor Elliott Skilling, man and team . Elliott Skilling, man and team ._,_„ H. R. Cowan * Son, labor and repair* Carol L. John*on, gas, etc. Carol L. Johnson, gas, etc. Dutch's Super Service, (a*, etc. i Hovey Super Service, gaa, etc, Kent Motor Co., repair*.. Victor Lowe, repair* John Nordstrom, labor Standard Oil Co., mdse. .. Jesse Umbenhower, or* of dump Tom Akre, rent Meyer * Wenthe, mdse. . Auditor of State, audit .. Algona Upper De» Moines, printing Mr*. A. M. Collinson, matron — Dr. Sawyer, rent Kunsutb Co. lojpi Co., mdae. SEWER FUND 1. W. Kelly, salary John Hetiner*, labor .... Fred Gronbach et al, labor FIRE FUND C. C. Wright. sAlary E. GodlrediKMi, -i4 «nt man Sk. BMI ALOONA, IOWA AT LA' O«c» oveV Iowa State OOle* Mte* 4M-* - , . ALOONA; IOWA 3. W. anfflvan (detrtfc - > V ft B. McMabxtt I* A fJnnan SULLIVAN, ItTMAHON * UNHAfr ATTORNEYS AT LAW . Office over Ke**utta MtnVIn*. Bldg. GAIMOL A. WAHDOI ATTORNKT AT LAW : Over Poatoff Ice PHTSIC3IANS tlj .. J~ K. PHYSICIAN A Office formerly occupied by Dr. A L. Rbrt over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone no ALOONA, IOWA & H. CBETZMEYElt, M. D. SURGEON A PHYSICIAN Office John Oalbraith Btttt. PhOfM 444-aif MKLVIN a BOtmiOB Chii . FOOT SPlDCIAjyL Over Chritteiuea'd Storf . Pheae 260 OSTEOPATHS DE. 8. W. MBYBat Osteopathlc Physieiaa General Practice Special attention given to surgical treatment of rectal eaaea, varlooae veins and rupture. General Hospital Phoae 187 DB. B. BCOLBON DENTIST Gaa, Novocalae uaed for entraetto* Located over Christensen store Phone. Btpttaau 106. Residence TM ALOONA, IOWA DB. G. D. SCHAAH . , DENTIST Quinter Bldg. Phone Ul Rea. Phone 174 Algona. low* {Tppar 10.4* R«*d Tto W*«t ft*. °«on- WAXKATB. a 0. a. OPNHRAL DBNTUTRY Office ta Postoffloe Mock Phone 20 . Alyma. lew* Dr. L W' nflB. Dr. 3. B. Wtmkat ^^OflWt m W..* SUto Street Office PboM «7ft-W ReaTm-D ALOONA. IOWA Typewriter Paper We have Just received a large shipment of ream package* (BOO sheets) which sell for 60c for 600 sheets This 1* a good grade bond f r and will make an ex- •ut cchool paper. Altai Upper This Newspa] to Your S

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