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The Upper Des Moiaes-liepublican, July 16,1980 BILLY SUNDAY GAVE TALK£SPENCER Gave Address at Chautauqua Thursday Evening to Large Audience. MADE NUMEROUS TTK1QVE STAf EMEtff S. Characteristic Actions on Stage Made Bit. Appreciated the Splendid Greeting Given Him. Billy Sunday, the great evangelist, gave an address Thursday evening at the Spencer chautauqua and the Reporter gives'US a few of his unique statements as follows: "When Virtue and John Barleycorn go for an auto ride, Virtue does not come back." "What will the children of the present generation of cigarette-sucking, booze guzzling young people be. I'll tell you—a lot of nuts." "If every cradle in America was rocked by a good Christian mother the Devil would bank his fires, hang crepe on the doors of Hell and have the place up for rent before the Fourth of July." "You will never live to see the American flag float over a licensed saloon. The Eighteenth amendment is the greatest piece of legislation ever written into the constitution of the United States." "If the booze guzzlers and foreigners don't like our country tell them to go back where they belong. We don't want them." "The girl who drinks liquor, paints her face, goes to petting parties and Sunday dances should be backed into the woodshed and a heavy slipper laid screws both hemispheres." "Some women of the modern day wear less clothing in the day time than their grandmothers did when they Weilt to bed. Kiss one of them and you'd get painter's colic." "The present day flapper can't turn a flapjack without spattering it all over the kitchen." 'Some folks say 1 haVe a remarkable vocabulary. I lost half of it when 1 was converted." "The man who doesn't save anything ili this world is a slave to the man who does." "Companionate marriage isn't anything new. It's been going on in the barnyard for years." "War is one game in which both sides lose." "Science, commerce, invention, education will not stop war. Religion will. "There are 800,000 prostitutes in America. Three million girls are 'kept on the side.' Fifteen million men and women of this country are affected with venereal diseases.' ' "I like good coffee with good cream in it. I hate It with milk." "It used to take six or seven yards of cloth for a dress. Now the average girl can carry her clothes in an envelope." "There are 32,000,000 automobiles in the world. Over 20,000,000 of them are in the United States." "There Is murder every hour of the day and night in this country. Seventy-eight million men and women are hot members of any church." "American prosperity is breeding a flabby type of men and women.' "Money will bribe an accusing man but not an accusing conscience." "Eighty-four per cent of the children born of drinking and cigarette smoking mothers are either still born or die within a year." 'tFor a smile of adoration Adam sold the happiness of the earth." "No woman went wrong until some man took the initiative." "Love is something you can't quarantine or vaccinate." "Any fool can form a bad fiabit but it takes a real man to break one." "A sheep never finds out what tne frost is till he loses his wool." "The chief element in success or failure is the staying quality." "Napoleon kept one hour ahead of his enemy. That was the secret'of his success." "America needs to be taken down to God's bath house and the hose turned on." Loiie Rock Car Wa* in Bad Accident. Lone Rock, July.8. Special: At nine- thirty last Wednesday night Miss Verna and Virginia Bates, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Bates and William Mar^ low, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lem Marlow were seriously injured while .turning the corner near the Wm. Wetzel farm in a Ford roadster. They struck loose gravel causing the car to swerve off the road Into the ditch where the front bumper struck the embankment, throwing the car against a telephone pole and causing it to turn upside down. Miss Verna was seriously cut about the face and arms and was picked up unconscious by Mr. Marlow and carried to the Wm. Wetzel farm home where Dr. Olapsaddle was called. She was in an unconscious condition for nearly twenty-four hours and coulc not be removed to her home until last Saturday. Miss Virginia and Mr. Marlow received a few minor cuts and Mr. and Mrs. Walton Dewltt are the parents of a hew daughter born July 7 it the Charles Dewitt home. The children of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Bennlnger have been very in with we measles, but are able to be about again. Mrs. William Williams and Jane Ann McGee of St. Paul are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McFarland. Mrs. Chas. Stover and daughter and son-in-law of St. Paul drove to their home Monday after a visit with relatives. Betty West spent last week at the Zimmerman home and Harriet Zimmerman spent the time at the O. West home. Giles Gelst of Gllmore City came on Saturday to the W. E. White home. Mrs. Geist has been spending the week there. Kenneth Miller and Alvln Maberry boldt counties respectively to the funds of 61-1-145, Hancock, Kossuth and Wright counties respectively subject to the approval of the Humboldt coun- board of supervisors. Carried. Motion by Funnemark, duly seconded by Chrltsenson that claim of Paul N. Loomis in the amount of $48.00 and for auditing accounts of Tri. Joint D. D. No. 61-1-145 be allowed. Motion made by Supervisor Baker, seconded by Supervisor Urlch, that the report of Paul N. Loomis be accepted and approved. Carried. There being no further business on motion made by Morris, seconded by Gunderson Trl-Joint boards adjourned to call of the auditors. Carried. L. W. SCHROEDER, Chairman. Attest: CHRIS JACOBS, Secretary. Garner, Iowa, June 24, 1930. D. D. No. 38-2— Boards of supervisors of Kossuth and „ Hancock counties met in joint session went to Algona Thursday evening and j account Joint D. D. No. 2-36 respective- " W . ., ° . * 1 . ,«!_._ .»—•IjfcJ.I. .11. «t _ * &t. _ «....«(.« M <1f-1 I _ enjoyed the swimming hi the pool at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Nevlns Cuplin return- home from Iowa Falls Thursday. They spent a few days visiting with relatives at that place. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bell, Mrs. Ernest Dick and three sons and Miss Dorothy Sloan spent Wednesday at Hand's Park In Minnesota. and Mrs. Myron Boos and Lor- ml. U11U 1VA10. A«JF*W" *-««« ™_,.U«« ralne spent Sunday at the Clea home meeting ly pursuant to call of the county audl- There were present from Kossuth county supervisors Balgeman, Funnemark, Helken, Morris and McDonald. There were present from Hancock county supervisors Oxley, Christenson and Urlch. Joint boards organized by electing Supervisor Funnemark of Kossuth Co. chairman and Chris Jacobs, auditor of Hancock county, secretary of this bruises. 7 ormer Burt Man Was Killed. Monitor: Oliver Slgler, who married Miss Lillian Manus a little over two .rears ago was killed Tuesday morning n an accident at Gary, Indiana, where IB was employed by the Gary Heat & Light Corporation. Mr. Slgler was an electrician and although details of ;he accident are lacking in word sent to relatives of Sigler here, he was presumably killed in the course of his employment. How many RED TOP S D T R^ POSTS will you need this season? XTOU can get many extra years of service from your i standing fence lines if you,^l.rempve.each^ear,i the rotting wood posts and replace them 1 with Red Tops. In this way, by "degrees and with the outlay of but little money at any one time, you can give ' your fence lines an entirely new foundation—get more years of service from the fencing. Then when new wire is needed your permanent Red Top Fence Posts are already in place. Right now is a good time to check your fence liufes. Count up the number of Red Tops you will need for replacements. Include the number you will need for the new boundary and cross fences that you plan to build and add to the list several extra bundles of Red Tops to keep handy on the farm—for emergency fence repairs and for the movable or temporary fence that you will want to throw up in a hurry throughout the season. Come in and let us show you on a Red Top post the exclusive features that make it the best steel post your money can buy. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 " Algona, Iowa at Rolfe. Ivadel and Dorothy Cleal returned home with them. Minutes of previous meeting,were read and on motion duly second approved as read. Carried. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eisler, Jr., and i On mo tion made by Supervisor Mc- family of Detroit, Michigan, came on | Dona i d second by Supervisor 1 Urich Sunday for a stay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eisler, Sr. The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid society met with Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jerry Schutter was assistant hostess. Mrs. Mary Dick of Livermore spent the week end at the H. R. Bell home visiting Mrs. Ernest Dick and family. She went to Des Molnes Monday to visit a son. Mrs. J. C. Kongsbach and son, Quen- tln, arrived home Wednesday evening from a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Mf. Sigler came to Burt about three Kong sbach's daughter, Mrs. F. C. Black years ago when the town re-construct- : and f aml i y m Tulsa, Oklahoma. Miss Martha Starin held a sale of her that report of Paul N. Loomis be accepted and approved. Carried. Motion made by Supervisor Oxley. second by Supervisor Balgeman that the auditor of Kossuth county shall transfer from the funds of D. D. No. 36-2 to the funds of D. D. No. 46-3 the sum of $47.18 and that the auditor of Kossuth county transfer from the funds of D. D. No. 2-36 to the funds of Sub No. 2 of Humboldt-Kossuth county No. 2 and to transfer from the funds of Kossuth county D. D. No. 33 to the funds of D. D. No. 2-36 the sum of $204.25. Attest: CHRIS JACOBS, Secretary. Garner, Iowa, June 24, 1930. D. D. No. 120-7— Board of supervisors of Hancock and Kossuth counties account Joint D. D. No. 120-7 respectively, met at the court count house in Garner, Iowa, on above date pursuant to call of the auditors There were present from Kossuth county supervisors Balgeman, Funnemark, Helken, Morris and McDonald. There were present from Hancock county supervisors Oxley, Christenson, and Urlch. Joint boards organized by electlni? Supervisor Funnemark of Kossuth county, chairman and, Chris Jacobs, auditor of Hancok county, secretary of this joint meeting. Minutes of previous meeting were read and on motion and second approved as read. Carried. On motion made by Supervisor Morris, second by Supervisors Urlch, that the report of Paul N. Loomis, be accepted and approved. Carried. On motion made by Supervisor Urlch' second by Supervisor Helken that the auditor of Hancock county be and he ij hereby ordered and directed to transfer from the funds of D. D. No. 120-7 to the Hancock county general fund the sum of $12.60. Carried. On motion made by Supervisor Urlch, second by Supervisor Helken that the auditor of Kossuth county be and hereby Is directed to transfer from the funds of Kossuth county D. D. No. 7-120 to the funds of Sub. No. 2 of D. D. No. 25 Kossuth county, the sum of i $17.19. Carried. ' On motion by Supervisor Urlch, second by Supervisor Heiken that the resolution hereinafter set out be adopt- Whereas, there exists a deficit in Joint D. D. No. 120-7 Kossuth-Hancock counties respectively for the payment of part of the original construction and repairs it is Resolved, that there be and hereby is levied against all the lands, tracts, real estate and highways an amount equal to six per cent of the original assessment, such amounts to be collected with the taxes of 1930. All members voting ayes. Carried. On motion and second joint boards funds of D. D. NO. 46-3 the amount of $55.83 and to transfer from the funds of D. D. No. 46-3 to the funds of Hancock county general fund to the amount of $79.60 and M transfer from funds of Btngham township road to the funds of D. D. No. 46-3 $8859 and to transfer from the funds Of D. D. NO. 46-3 in Hancock county to the fund* of D. D. No. 46-3 in Kossuth county $200.00 and that the auditor of Kosstltti be and she Is hereby directed ^X*??" fer from the funds of D. D. No. 2*38 W the funds of D. D. No. 46*3 th* StWl of $47.18. Carried. . On motion made by Supervisor Heft- en, /second by Supervisor Urlch thatjhe auditor of Hancok county be directed eighteen months. Gary for the past Mr .Sigler's father lives at Danville, Illinois. His mother is dead. The body arrived in Burt this morning and will be buried in the Burt cemetery. Funeral arrangements have not been announced as we go to press. Mrs. Sigler's brother, Albert Manus, who is working at Milwaukee, went to Gary and accompanied his sister to Burt. kjnisuA v***j MI* * w»..»——. »**•• •* attended. She will live in the home 01 her brother, John Starin, south of Motion made by Supervisor Oxley of Hancock county, second by Supervisor Balgeman of Kossuth county that the auditor of Hancock county shall trans- TT , « «mii I f er from the funds of D. D.' No. 36-2 Her sale was well t(} tne funds of D D No . 48-3 the sum WEST BEND NEWS. Miss Margaret Hayne was an Algona visitor Friday. ~" Bev. Zimmerman was a Rodman vis- tor Wednesday afternoon. Charles Riley and son, Lavonne, of Llvermore, spent Sunday to town. Mrs. Ella Wichman'is visiting with relatives this week In-Minneapolis. Bert Clemens' spent Saturday night and Sunday "at the^Wm. Riley home, " John WiHiams is now doing some carpenter work for a party near Plover. Mr. and Mrs. pan Deviney of Rodman attended lodge here Monday even- Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Roberts and children were Algona visitors on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockwood and family spent Sunday at Mason City with friends. Steve Williams returned during the past week from Ashton where he spent the Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. George Foley and daughter. Florence, spent Thursday evening in Algona. Leslie Stover of Rodman spent Sunday visiting at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Alice Stover. Miss Helen Briggs of Des Moines came Monday for a visit at the home of her father, D. G. Brlggs. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bell and Mrs. Dick and family called on friends near Emmetsburg Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Anderegg and family of Minnesota, spent the week end at the Wm. Anderegg home. Rev. and Mrs. I, G. Kltzman are the proud parents of a son born Sunday evening. They now have two sons. town. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hltchock of Keota spent Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Hltchock's cousin, Mrs. H. A. Sloan. They left Friday morning for Avanlea, Canada, where they expect to spend the summer. Mrs. Fred Hoffert's Sunday School class of girls had a picnic at the river west of town Friday. They spent the day wading in the water and at other sports. They were accompanied biy Mrs. Hoffert and Miss Evelyn Snook. The Methodist Ladies' Aid society gave a shower Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. FalUs who was before her marriage recently. Miss Carrie Grabam. The affair was held at the church and the bride < received many useful presents. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Funk of Waterloo drove to West Bend Saturday evening and spent the night .with Mrs. Funk's 8iste£ Mrs..H,.A. Sloan. They returned home Sunday accompanied by Mr.-and Mrs. B. T. Stover, who had been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Sloan and family for some time. Jerry Schutter droye to Rochester on Wednesday with his ambulance to bring Levi Zaugg home. They left Rochester early Thursday morning. Levi, who had his back broken in an auto accident three weeks ago, is in a serious condition. The doctors at Rochester could do no -more so it was thought best to bring him home. • Rev. Zimmerman drove to Churdan Saturday, where he filled the pulpit on Sunday. Rev. Rothwell of Churdan came to West Bend and preached in the Rodman church Sunday morning and in the West Bend church in the evening. An average crowd was there to hear him give a fine sermon on Religion and Christianity. The Presbyterian church will be papered and painted this week and next and Sunday School will be held In the basement. Mr Groves of Plover has been hired to Issue refund warrant) to At St Skromme in the sum of $27.00 andI to John H. Paulson in the sume of $30.00 and the auditor of Kossuth county be and Is herbey directed to issue refund warrant In the sum of $4.05 to Edna M. and N. A. Smith and Godfrey Carlson said amounts having been overcharge in assessment. Carried. Motion made by Supervisor Morris second by Supervisor Oxley that report of Paul N. Loomis be accepted and approved. Carried. On motion and second Joint boards adjourned subject to call of the auditors. Carried. OLAF FUNNEMARK, Chairman. Attest: CHRIS JACOBS, secretary. Garner, Iowa, June 24, 1930. D. D. No. 110-6. Boards of supervisors of HancocK and Kossuth counties account Joint D. D. No. 110-6 respectively met at the court house In Garner, Iowa, on above captloned date pursuant to call of the auditors. There were present from Kossuth county SiHpetfvlsor Funnemark, Balgeman, Helken, Morris and McDonald. There were present from Hancock county Supervisors Oxley, Christenson, and Urlch. Joint boards organized by electing Supervisor Funnemark of Kossuth county, chairman and Chris Jacobs, auditor of Hancock county, secretary of this joint meeting. Minutes of previous meeting were read and on motion and second ap- adjourned subject to call of the auditors. Carried. OLAF FUNNEMARK, of $55.83 and that the auditor of Kossuth county shall transfer from the funds of Kossuth county D. D. No. 236 to the funds of Hancock county D. D. No. 2-36 and that the treasurer of Kossuth county be authorized to collect $9.69 of uncollected taxes as listed in report of Paul N. Loomis and that the board of Kossuth county be directed to cause a transfer from the funds of Kossuth county D. D. No. 78 to the funds of Joint D. D. No. 2-36 the sum of $33.63. Carried. On motion and second an effort should be made to collect the balance of uncollected tax as follows: August Bradt, asmt. $243.00; amt. coll. $2.43, balance due $240.57. Wm. Glulk, assmt. $313.34, amt. coll. $213.34, balance due $100.00 Motion by Supervisor Oxley, second bv Supervisor Balgeman, that the auditor of Kossuth county -'be directed to transfer fronv thet funds' of Kossuth county D. D. No. 2-36 to 'the funds of Hancock county D. D. No, 2*38 the sum of $175.00, Carried.^ . • ••There being no further business Joint boards adjourned "subject to the -call of the auditors. Carried. OLAF FUNNEMARK, r Chairman, Attest: Chris Jacobs, Secretary.' Garner, Iowa, June 24, 1930. D. D. Boards of supervisors of Hancock and Kossuth counties account Joint D. D. No. 56-4 respectively, met at the court house in Garner, Iowa, on above date pursuant to call of the auditors. There were present from Kossuth county supervisors Balgeman, Funnemark, Helken, Morris and McDonald. There were present from Hancock county supervisors Oxley, Christenson Chairman. Attest: CHRIS JACOBS, Secretary. Garner, Iowa, June 24, 1930. D. D No. 46-3. Boards of supervisors of Hancock and Kossuth counties account Joint D. D, No. 46-3 respectively met at the court house at Garner, Iowa, pursuant to call of the auditors. There were present from Kossuth county, Supervisorto Balgeman, Funnemark, Heiken, Morris and McDonald There were present from Hancock county, Supervisors Oxley, Christenson and Urich. : Joint boards organized by electing - Kossuth proved as road. Carried. Motion made by Supervisor McDonald second by Supervisor Urich that the report of Paul N. Loomis be accepted and approved. Carried. On motion made by Supervisor Oxley second by Supervisor Morris that the auditor of Kossuth county be instructed to transfer from the funds of Kossuth and Hancock Co. D. D. No. 6110 to Kossuth-Humboldt D. D. No. 6, the sum of 93 cents and that the auditor of Hancock county is instructed to transfer from the funds fo Hancock-Kossuth D. D. No. 110-6 to Hancock county general fund the sum of $5.00 and to transfer from the funds of Hancock county D. D. No. 110-6 to Kossuth county D. D. No. 110-6 funds the sum of $150.00. Carried. Motion made by Supervisor ,,H»ikfl!a , to do the decorating. Cantaloupes Watermelons at AKRE'S BOARD PROCECDINGS Garner, Iowa, June 24, 1930. D. D. The following Items of special tax on reassessment remain unpaid:. ' •••. Folkert Van Horn .-;»>..,1341.60 > John A. Jenssen....; ' l -" J ?*HS John Quinn •••• °"-50 Motion made by. Supervisor Oxley of Hancock county,'.seconil by Bur visor Balgeman' of ^ossuth county. 1 ' the auditor of Hancock coun,ty?to<4>J rected to make the following, transfers viz;:, ,„' '"' p Auditor of Hancock county from the funds of D."D. %'j3B-2 to the hereby .,/trtwtoi an-amount ^^ original .collect- No. 1-61-145— Boards of supervisors of Hancock, Kossuth and Wright counties, account Joint D. D. No. 61-1-145 respectively met In joint session at Garner, Iowa, pursuant to call of the auditors. There were present from Kossuth county Supervisor Balgeman, Funnemark, Heiken, Morris and McDonald. There were present from Wright county supervisors Mehl, Schroeder, Gunderson and Baker. There were present from Hancock Other fresh fruits and vegetables—plentiful. Prices on many good eatables are on the toboggan slide and as fast as the wholesale prices drop so do ours. Just consider the drop m sugar, flour, crackers rice beans, canned milk, and all kinds of cheese, pink salmon, imported sardines and some other canned fruits and vegetables. This store has always featured Highest grade of''Pure Cider" and White Pickling Vinegar along with all kinds of Fruit Jars, Jar Covers and Rubbers— and we have them now. You will always remember the quality of our "Pure Quill" Coffee, Tea and Crackers" and Cookies and our "Richelieu" and "Sato- Sta- A dollar will 4o its duty and more it spent at -||p^l|M|P^P ^R ^P^^^» ^^^ __ OpBtep^t county supervisors Oxley, Christenson, and Urich. Joint boards organized by electing Supervisor Schroeder of Wright county, chairman and Chris Jacobs, auditor of Hancock county, secretary of this meeting. Minutes of last meeting were read and on motion duly seconded approved as read. Carried. Motion made by Gunderson duly seconded by Oxley that the auditors be and they are herbey authorized and directed to collect $86.86 from Joint D. D, No. 60-134, said amount being still due Joint D. D. No. 61-1-145 for outlet grant purpose. Upon calling roll the following members voted: Funnemark, yes; Balgeman, yes; Morris, yes; McDonald, yes; Heiken, yes; Schroeder, yes; Baker, no; Mehl no; Gunderson, yes; Oxley, yes; Christenson, yes; Urlch, yes. The result of roll call being ten voting yes and two voting no. Whereupon the chairman declared the resolution adopted. Carried. Motion made by Oxley, duly seconded by Balgeman that the following resolution be adopted: It is resolved, that whereas, there exists a deficit in Joint D. D. No. 611-145 for the payment of part of the original construction and repairs it is resolved, that there be and hereby is levied against all of the lands, tracts, rea} estate and highways an amount eqyal to I H per cent of the original assessment, 8ftW amounts to be col- the twee of mo. oar- made by. HsJken duly second, jjjat the auditors be (greeted to transfer No- 93- and Urich. Joint boards organized by electing Supervisor Funnemark, of Kossuth county, chairman and Chrlo Jacobs, auditor of Hancock county, secretary of this joint meeting. Minutes of previous meeting were read and on motion and second approved as read, Carried. On motion made by Supervisor Morris second by Supervisor Urich that the report of Paul N. Loomis be accepted and approved. Carried. On motion made by Supervisor Christenson duly second by Supervisor Morris that the auditor of Kossuth county be and she is hereby directed to transfer from the funds of Kossuth county D. D. No. 4-56 to the funds of Hancock county D. D. No. 4-56 the sum of $2150.00. Carried. Moton made by Supervisor Oxley, second by Supervisor Heiken that the auditor of Hancock county shall transfer from the runds of D. D. 56-4 to the Hancock county general fund the sum of $198.25. Carried. There being no further business on motion and second, Joint boards adjourned subject to the call of the auditors. arr e j w. Sullivan S. E. McMahon L. E. Linnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA. PUNNEM ARK, Chairman. Attest: CHRIS JACOBS, Secretary. Garner, Iowa, June 24, 1930. D. D. No 87-5— Boards of supervisors of Hancock county and Kosuth county met in joint session account D. D. No. 87-5 respectively pursuant to call of the auditors There were present from Kossuth county supervisors Balgeman, Funnemark Helken, Morris and McDonald. There present from Hancock county supervisors Oxley, Christenson, and Urch Joint board organized by electing Supervisors Funnemark, of Kossuth county, chairman , and Chris Jacobs, CITY ATTORNEYS AT LAW r P. Harrington L. J, Dickinson HARRINGTON & DICKINSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bank Blk. 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. 1C. J. VAN NESS & G. W, STILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Jffice in Quinby Building. Phone 180. ALGONA, IOWA. laylord D. Shumay Edward D. Kellv SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Building KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK ! ALGONA. IOWA. CAPITAL & SURPLUS - $70.MI O ulcers: J. W. Wadsworth, Chairman of th» Board of Directors. H. E. Rlst, President. T. H. Wadsworth, First Vice PresJ dent. G. 8. Buchanan, Second Vice President. J. 8. Auner, Cashier. E. J. McEvoy, Asst. Cashier. L. 0. Reding, Asst. Cashier, E. A, Schemel, Asst. Cashier. Directors: H. J. Bode T H. Wadswortt H. E. Rist J. W. Wadsworth J. S. Auner *-. J. Van Ness O. S. Buchanan INSURANCE. CITY PROPERTY LOANS FARM LOANS REAL ESTATE INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS CUNNINGHAM & LACT Phone 698 107 W. State 8t ALGONA, IOWA ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Reliable Insurance Service O. R. LABARRE AL FALKENHAINER Phone 55 First door north Iowa State Bank • Algona, Iowa Phone 68 E. C. McMAHON Attorney at Law Office over Quinby & Krause Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 129 PHYSICIANS & SUBGEONS auditor of Hancock county, secretary of this joint meeting. Minutes of previous meeting were read and on motion duly second approved. Carried. On motion made by Supervisor Me. Donald, pecond by Supervisor Urlch that report of Paul N. Loomis be ac cepted and approved. Carried. Motion made by Supervisor Balgeman second by Supervisor Christenson, that the auditor of Hancock nounty be and he Is hereby ordered and directed to transfer from the funds of D. D. No. 87-5 of Hancock county to the funds of D D. No. 87-5 of Kossuth county, the sum of $7500.00 and to transfer from the funds of D. D. No. 87-5 of Hancock county to the Hancock county general fund the sum of $47.50. Car- There being no further business, on motion and second Joint boards adjourned to call of the auditors. Oar- ried OLAF FUNNEMARK, Chairman. THE ALGONA HOSPITAL Phone 250 KENEFIOK & CRAWFORD Office Phone 300 Residence Phones: Dr. Kenefii*, 67 .. Dr. Crawford, 115 0. 11. CllETZMEYEH PHYSICIAN Si SURGEON Glasses Fitted office in J. Oalbralth Block. Residence one block etist and one block south of office. No calls made after 9:30 p nv ALGONA. IOWA. )Bir«- Phone, 310. Residence, M4 WALTER FItASER, M. P. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office in Quinby Building. toom No. 14 Phone No. 12 ALGONA, IOWA DR. W. O. ANDREWS. Osteopathlc Physician & Surgeon fye. Ear. Nose and Throat Obstetric* Located over Hub Recreation Parlor Phones. Office 187, Re»lde»c«, m ALGONA, IOWA- MORTICIAN L. M. MERRITT Mortician it Funeral Director. Phone No. tl. ALGONA. IOWA. VETERINARIAN. L. W. FOX Veterinarian «.l(rona office at the old Dr. B»yer« office. Office phone 475-W; Resident* -R Will have man at offiM »t all tlmea. AJX3ONA. IOWA DENTISTS DR. H. L. McCORKLE DENTIST Office over Long Bros. Grocery. Business phone 811 Residence. 801 ALGONA, IOWA D«- H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located over CJiristensen Store. Phones: Business 166. Residence. 470 ALOONA. IOWA. P», P, E. WALLEY. Osteopathio Physician and Surgeon Electrical Therapy, Obstetrics. Located over Zender Ss OaldweU's Clothing Store. Phpne*--Qfltce 79. Residence 657-W- ALQONA, JOWA.

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