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•Ma %per B6S M 1930 Margaret Wfywutb Jackson SYNOPSIS VII—toriTlVt wtrthM- fclmost Immediately after the birth <oT BfTMstlne's baby.^ The *ouple Uve rn thft T6dd house, Lorlns Announces his intention of "sdln« into" politics, In MHOClatlon With Pasta.no, with whom he has formed A friendship. He 1a eager for wealth. Changes In Will's «f- flce fall to bring him Advancement, and Ernestine Is again looking forward to motherhood. I VIII—PofltmBo -acqWr-es -ft home at Langley lnk«, aristocratic resort, where the Brlceland's have a cottage. Lorlng and Will quarrel (bitterly, apparently .over John Poole, ana the sisters, loyal to both their husbands, feel separated, Will, disobeying an ofllce 1 rule, Is discharged. Poole, Indignant, resigns. Ernestine's worries, and .her approaching motherhood, affect her health. On a trip to th« bank she .faints on the street. <Contlnued from laot- Wednesday.) When I can get him to help, we work together. We've got ' the strip all planned out for another year, the general sequence of things. But I don't feel that I' cnn do I'oole's stult. My own Ideas would be different I can do the drawings well enough—nobody vvrbiilu 1 notice, probably—but—" •'.'You don't want to go on—without .Wm?" , ••-•'-/ •|The stuff .Is his, Ernestine. I donH want to—there's ^something funda- • men tally wrong—even when I'm uls ',partner, and all. For a while, ns a makeshift, I can go ahead, nnd take care of the mechanics of It, and do the .conversation—but actually, we haven't any business at all. We only have ; him—and when he's gone—" Will sighed, and then squared his shoulders. "Well—here's hoping," he snld, and grinned at her. "I guess the old boat will sail another season. Sou see— Jt's hard for me to crowd him, Ernes•tine. He is old, and his eyes are about gone, and he hungs on me—it's like ] making a sick old- horse pull In the i harness—for us. Of course, It's for ; hlm, too, but It Is really for us. .We i are the ones that will enjoy the money ''—not hlin. I find myself soft with "hint" .,,...^1 know." She understood this exactly, and her young face was troubled. ••She; was blooming again with beauty ~8»d' vitality. ,She had'been a lovely bud»butf Row-she was In flower—to her "^^fttiHlTtiOtlegr-young : with i beauty .„.. grace, but with poise now, too, and a strong isense of accomplishment. She had background now of a .new bind—not the background of ipafents and school and A fine' nome, ibtit'the' background, cf. effort and self- •eontfo). •'il'll fake .Pettfi" she -said. "foil •Can took afteffilai&e." She was going > w iLllllan-'s,'to-see tftnatnma who >was ihoioe 'ttaro 'N«w •Sork'far another Visit. Wilt watched 'the rfeuntly "away, lEIalne {perched <on >h!s -arm. Elalbe was happy 'With i h*r i father, «ad they made a game of supper., Now, fit'two, she was beginning to be a'boniiy baby, they had had a long struggle.with'her. But atilast heriieart was beginning to ibeat a rhythmic'tune—a healthy .organ Instead of ao undeveloped heart In an undeveloped 'body. ;tt almost seemed that they • could • breathe again. After the little girl was -steeping 'Will -sat 'beside 'her, -smoking and •watching her—dreaming' those*things a •father •dreams for 'his iirttle daughter. The 'daylight was going, and 'the last •of 'the tight seemed >to ignther >ln an Iridescence about'the bnby's face. • Suddenly Will >was Shot (through-.with an emotion 'more i powerful 'than > anything 'he 'had -ever Kit '.For ljust an 'instant the 'baby iface seemed Ihe-only thing In the world—the 'lashes 'down tin ^a 'smudge against'her cheek—he saw not flesh, ibut .odlor-tnot 'boay structure, 'but -pure line—idea- Be -stared ;nt her, and saw .not 'the .child 'but 'her 'picture, iln ithat 'moment lie sensed 'the 'true Identity <of 'her being, us one lienrs In astonishment clear tone and harmony >where there 'la -no sound. Be was 'profoundly -disturbed. Why, he coilld paint her—'this >wns -new —this feeling;ihe had not felt Ithe tills before, not even when ;he -daubed so constantly In -colors as' a •child. He had never felt 'this; he -could paint her; 'he knew that he could. * * * •• •» • • During the whole * month -of January Mr. Poole -did not draw -a '-line. He came to the ofllce 'and sat there, but Will could not get 'him >to -work, and found himself Incapable of much arguing. Early In February ihe said to Will one day, "This Is my'birthday." "It is?" , ••"- '-..., "Yes—I'm sixty-five—'but I <tee\ ninety-five. Will, I'm through." ~ "You're through-?" "Yes; I'll never draw .another line. I can't work any more." There was no questioning the -Sin-, -cerlty of his tone. Will found himself accepting this statement-as true.- Mr. Poole was through, ft would 'be idle to argue or to cajole him. "Well," he said after a little, ''this is the end of Poole and Todd, then."' "Yes," answered/his partner heavily, "It's the end." After a few minutes of silence, Will •got up and began to .pack away.the drawing boards, to sort out pencils, rack up the stiff cardboard sketches and set the ofllce In order. "I'd like to go to Florida—where It's warm," said Poole dreamily. 'Tve been qold for months." "" 1 J '» ''Will looked at him queerly. Be felt sad. * The old man was, in his own dyes, .a- failure. He did not feel, oor waa ibe^warmed by, the praise or> the recognition of others. ^Long afterward Will felt that W that motnent lie .had .known the cold and^clainmy breutb-of death. -The deathtif activity, of hope; the yielding of 'some long- loved .and never-forgotten dream. "Let's have a party at Pastano's to- nfemV Mostane's la tojsa—and. ilc* CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS AT LAW 'T. P. Harrington L. J. Dickinson HARRINGTON & DICKINSON ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW iRoomfl 212-14 First Nat'l Bank Bit. ALQONA, IOWA. J. I. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW v Collections will receive prompt attention. ALGONA, IOWA W.lB. QUABTON H. W, MILLER ATTORNEYS -AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427, ALGONA, IOWA. J. \W..-Sullivan S. B. McMahon L.' B.' Linnan SCIiLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Ofliee over County Savings Bank , ALGONA, IOWA. K. 1, V-AN NESS & G, IV. STILLMAN ' --LAWYERS Office over Iowa, State Bank. Phone .2W-W Algona, Iowa L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY, AT LAW .•Office In Quinby Building. Phone 180. ALGON4, IOWA. Ooylord D. Bhumay Edward D. Kelly SRUMWAY & KELL? ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office *ver >Q«toby # Krause Building Algona, Iowa Phone 58. E. C. JMoMAHON Attorney at Law Office over Quinby & Krause Iowa Phone INSURANCE. PROPERTY LOANS CUNNINGHAM * LAOT Phono 688 107 W. State Bl fm9 ALQONA, IOWA. __ 0, INSURANCI Insuranpe Service L PALKENPAINER ne po .flft9P Bprtto-JQW* etate Bank KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA. CAPITAL & SURPLUS - $70,Mi Officers: J. W. Wadsworth, Chairman of thi Board of Directors. H. E. Hist, President. T. H. Wadsworth, First Vice Preai dent. G. S. Buchanan, Second Vice President. J. S. Auner, .Cashier. EL J. McEvpy, Asst. Cashier. L. O. Reding, Asst. Cashier. E. A. Schemel, Asst. Cashier. Directors: H. J, Bode T. H. Wadswortt H. E. fiist J. W- Wadsworth J. S. Auner *,. J. Van Ness G. 8. Buchanan PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS THE ALGONA HOSPITAL Phone 250 KENEFIOK & CRAWFORD Office Phone 300 Residence Phones: Dr. Ken«aek. « .. Dr. Crawford, 115 C. a CBJETZMEYEH PHYSICIAN &> SUBOEON Olasses Fitted ufflce in J. Oalbtalth Block. Residence one block east and one block south of ofllce. No calls aaade after 9:30 p. m, ALGONA, IOWA. Ofllce Phone, 310. Residence, 4M. WALTER FRASJER, M. D, PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON Office in Qulnbf JBuUdtag. fioom No. 14 Phon« No. 13 ALOONA, IOWA, DB. W. D. ANDttJEWS. Oeteopathlo Physician <te, Surgeon iye, Ear, Noss and Throat Oasteinc wftted over Hub BecreaUon Perior. Phones. Ofltw 187, Resirteoce, m ALOONA, IOWA. »B, p. ft Osteopathlo Phyelclari and burgeon Electrical Therapy, Obstetrics. Located over Zender & CW4welJ's - plotting Stare, 78, Residence 311. IOWA- [Deffflott Would cbtofc t)o you think Ernestine would Be ffly fttexi^-at it ithlnk SO, StAtu 6h«M Ad iftott •anything for ye*.'' ~ "Ernestine"— the old i*«h seetaed to wander— he paused & iong Ome, And looked at Will with a faint «hinlng at i the. old Intelligence In fatt face, nvtll, , put 'those d— d pasteboards dotm and come iheffr— 1 want to tell yon sortie- thing. tt Was Lorlng fiflWlltofl that had jroti fired from the »un. He had AVIston's affairs tb hU hflnds— they were 'thicker than anyone knew, and Wiston had reason to please Lorlng. Wlston got tight one night and told U. And 'lost his Job for It McDermott will be friendly b you, If you take any work ito him." "Don't worry about me, John," ••tl!m .not worrylhg, you young devil. ;I .wnut to 'tell you, though, about Lor- Ing. Watch out for htm. He's got power -now, In a way. He's going to 'London nest year for Postano. He'n .the .prince of the bootleggers now. Pastnno Is using htm recklessly, fie doesnit give a d— n for Lorlng— will probably ruin him. In the end. (But Pastnno does care about you-^and ubout Ernestine." ^ "Whnt Lorine does Is nothing to me Like most mean things, It worked out for the host. 1 menu— you cnti't do n -dirty trick ns easily as yon think. I've -come farther this way than. If I hnd stnyed on the Sun." The -old man, left to go and make arrangements -for Ills party, and Will, Barter .a brief teleplidne conversation with Ernestine, pitched Into the files. :lt was late afternoon when he went home and as he went he WHS 'turning over in his mind the possibilities for the future. His enthusiasm hnd gripped :a inew idea. Ernestine would not like this. 1 But he could do well for himself. :He could! "After , all," tie- said to •himself. •swinging along umong the smull tidy '.hpuseSy "after alii I .was' ID danger of .hecomlng a copyist. Tve learned '«!!,' that, -iPtible can teach 'me. It's time for ,me iso^work alone— to develop my" ovvn Jdens." t,;i ^ .Ernestine was dressing, and giving ilnstnnctlons to the neighbor girl who. was to ;stay with tlie children. : ? "What ido you think, Will? Shall 1 wear my red dress? I thought I would- uev.er go to Pastano's again. It's years, though, since we went, and 1 -don't .mind, going n bit Will, you .aren't -listening to me. I've been so vexed with Peter. He's had two whippings, .and needed a third. He's .get ting too big for me to spank any more. I wish you'd take a little paddle to him." . Will stood In amazement In the! middle of the bedroom, his tie In his bands, looking back at the bright reel of memory— himself and Ernestine , walking -on Clark street in n late snow —going into Pastano's. Ho\v his heart bad burped that night at Loring and lAllian— at all of them stirring Ernestine against Win.. -Why had he cared? He didn't .care n<5w. He was'slngular- ly onmoved by the pronouncementthat Lorlng, had forced ,Wiston's liani.and Wiston 'bad .seized the first excuse .to . a shock ' v always jbeenVpersbnal-^from'the, tlnje. be had 'been a little boy • dragging 'a brace, and Lorlng had beep a hlg boy, strong and robust and always teasing Ernestine and pulling at* her hair. It was because Lorlng had despised him —w>t because of Ernestine, It • had been .taring's strength nnd hardness that he had hated, not Lorlng's attention to his wife. How strange to think that his Jealousy had been for himself and not 'for her. His self- esteem had suffered, not his love. He .became conscious of Ernestine's „.,. .„ . voice, querulous with Peter who pro- Morris that resolution be celling ono and one-half they will feat, whethet or hot they will have children, t'm wilting to secept What yoti snld about t'etef—only, let's keep* out* unity/' "Yon know 1 wHt ftever love anyone but yon, Ernestine," he snld Impatiently, "but fte got fe big Job on my hands now. Don't be neurotic, t've got to swing this thing, and yoft mustn't be emotional If tny mind is on my Job Instead «f on Sentimentalities. Anyhow, what are yod talking about? Nothing's changed.", She whs silent As he snt on the odge of the bed smoking, she finnlly closed her eyes against his Immobility, turned her head on her pillow and tried to sleei*. but burning tears slid underneath the Mils. Will was only slightly itwnre, of her Weeping. He seUyietl to have entered Into a new and stimulating plane of existence. He had uasfted o«t of the role of adorer nnd slave for Ernestine, he thought, with some Indefinable vex- ntlott at her In his heart. He felt himself a matt grown how, and full of sap. A wife was nnly one part of the complex and fnsolnntlng business of living. He was late at the ofllce In the morning, as they hnd overslept. There wns something heavy ncnlnst thp iliwr, so that he could scarcely open it, nnd, on • entering, he almost fell over the lifeless form of John Poole. He had come back to the oIHce after his birthday party, and had been at work. The light still shone over his drawing board. He had died here, alone, and Will, even In that first shock, was full of the knowledge that his death hnd come, not alone in the night but with the loss of his gift. , (Continued Next Wednesday), BOARD PROCEEDINGS Auditor's office, August 6, 1930.— Board of supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Morris and second by Helken that Hllma Erloknon of Bancroft, Iowa, Is hereby nllowod $^0.00 per month poor allowance beginning with tho month of August. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Funnemark that county auditor be Instructed to transfer the sum of $171.00 from road construction fund to Lit- Verne township and ($3468.00) three thousand four hundred sixty-eight dollars from road construction fund to Prairie township in drainage district No. 177 for road assessment. Ayes: all. On motion board proceeded to audit and allow bills. On motion board adjourned to one o'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m. board met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Helken and second by Morris that the following final estimate of Paul and Donelly are hereby allowed Secondary Road District No. 118 for $361.87; Secondary Road No. 140 for $111.57; Secondary Road District No. 144 for $162.88; Secondary Road No. 15il for $84.03; maintenance project No, 13 for $223.15;i maintenance project\No. 10 for $131.30, and county auditor is hereby instructed to Issue warrant as provided by law. Ayes: all.' Motion by McDonald and second by Morris that Dr. District ,No. 178 iH hereby established as reported by engineer by original report and as amended by .supplemental report. Ayes; all. {See record fnr resolution*. Motion by Morris and second by Helken. that further consideration of petition for repairs. on»-Dr. 'District No, 62 IB hereby-continued, to 2, p. m., Aug ustA< 1930..'Xye*:-all.? " " ' f '• •"Motion by-McDonald and* second by Morris that 'resolution^ be adopted appointing VA. E. Michel,' englnn«r, to make survey and report on additional lands to "be included in Dr. 9 Ayes: all. (See record for resolution). On motion board adjourned to: nlna o'clock a, m., August 6, 1930. BERTHA B. JOHNSON, County Auditor. Auditor's office, August 6, 1930.— Board of supervisoru of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Morris and second by McDonald that budget estimate bo adopted as published and chairman of board and county auditor Instructed to £lgn certificates. Ayes: all. Motion by Funnemark and second by tested flgolnst being put to bed. Ernestine ought not take that annoyed, vexed tone with the boy. He realized that he had henrd her speak so to P«ter frequently, of late. If Peter were naugiity he should be punished, not hectored. Will took the boy from tils mother. "Go and get dressed," he said to her to a'tone >of command which aston Ished toer. "You're always spoldlng the l;i<5 about something. Ever since Elaine came he's In trouble, You can't '•expect a 'healthy boy to go on tiptoe »11 bis life 'because be has a sick sis ter. Go on nnd dress, and ['11 take cane of Mm. Be quiet, Peter, or I'll pnolsli you. Not another word." ' •"He's Just like you, and your fain Uy./\\VlH told 'Ernestine. "He Is willful and energetic and Intelligent and strong. He "wants .his own way, stead of dealing with him firmly you quarrel with Wm, You should not per mit Mm the equality of an argument, and I want you to stop It, Ernestine." Recollections of n dozen times when Will tod been Mgh-hauded with her rushed over Ernestine. "So you don't allow the Brlcelnnds equalltyf she asked In a cold rage, finding U difficult to take correction from him. "It's just as well tor us to understand one thing at a time without going Into another," answered Will calmly. "If I think you are taking the wrong tone with Peter, I'll say so. It's my right." They left the house and walked to the car line In silence. They sat beside each other In the car, they walked toward 1'ostano's. together (n flesh, remote In spirit. The strorig satisfaction of Imuer activity shone ou Will's face, and It was like a declaration of war to' Ernestine, Her anger grew until she could not reuiemher when she had burned with such resentment. She was excessively 'courteous to every one at the dinner party. John told her of his plans for Florida, of the end of his Agreement with Will. Ernestine was astonished. "Why didn't you tell me?" she de- raancled, turning tp Will, and he answered herf > didn't have a cjtjance tq |aik.* Ernestine felt {feat p^stang's 'wp ' 8.?0 sessment levied June 24th, l't:tO, and ratifying the levying of two nnfl one- half per cent assessment levied July 29, 1930 on Hancock-KoBsuth-Wrlght Cl-1145. Ayes: all, (See record for resolution.) On motion board adjourned to one o'clock m. One o'clock p. m. board met pursuant to adjournment with all members present, t Motion by McDonald and second by Heiken that resolution be adopted approving engineer's report to Include additional lands in Drainage District No. 9 and fixing September 17, 1930 at 1:30 p. m. as time for hearing. Ayes; all. (See record for resolution). Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Funnemark that county purchase one car load Iowa coal from W. B. Naudaln as per terms of bid, and one car load Green Riverxcoal from Prod Anderson as per terms of bid. Ayes: all. Motion by Funnemark and second by McDonald that resolution be adopted denying petition for repairs filed by Frank Gronbach In Drainage District No, G2. (See record for resolution). Ayes: all. Motion by .Helken and second by McDonald that construction bond of H. R. Cowan & Son for $5587.35 Is hereby approved, Ayes: all. , Motion by Morris and second by Funnemark that the following refunds and abatements bo made: , That Ollle Anderson be refunded $24.97 and the sum of $24.97 be atat- ed.on Out Lot 5-Dlstrict No. 1, 1929 tax, Swea City. That T. J. Nolan tax on NW'4 SW'4 NW'4 Sec. 20-99-29 Swea City Inc. District No. 1 for 1929 be abated in sum 'of $20.80. Ayes: all. That J. B. Vaughn tax for 1929 on S. 20.55 acres In SW% NB% 19-99-20 Swea City Inc. for $22.36 be abated on account of agricultural lands. That tax of Western Electric Telephone Company on Lot 8 Block S Lu- Verne Inc. for 1927 and 1928 be abat»d on account of being assessed by executive council. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Funnemark that George Schwarck he refunded '$99.64 sheriff's collection fee In Schwarok vs. Rubls et all cause No. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by Funnemark that cigarette permit of Wise Brothers at Sexton be cancollcil on account of discontinuing sale of Cigarettes, Ayes; all. On motion board proceeded with auditing and allowing of bills as per Schedule of Claims hereinafter written: SCHEDULE OF CLAIMS. X, COUNTY FUND. Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel service ...,..,...., $ 53.85 A. J. Blanchard, repairing boiler 6.00 31d -J. Backus, envelopes 45.44 21 ty of Algona, light service ., 167.98 LprlngrFarmer Office Supply ' Co., mimes stmts 35.80 Kllpto Loose Leaf Co., supplies 22.25 M. & St. L. JRy. Co., freight ..,, 2.69 W. EJ.. McDonald, com- & session 228.50 IP. J. Balgeman, comin. & session 258.10 P. JT, Heiken, comm. & session., 29175 ~' M°rrjB. comm, & session,, £63.80 Funuemarjc, comm., & MS 9.00 4.00 66.97 4.76 6.76 .76 .RO 2.26 4.75 S.2B 14. BO 2.00 4.25 6.00 1.60 2.00 1-66 6.25 3.30 36.86 Advance Publishing Co., publishing proceeding 132.78 Haggard A Backus, publishing proceedings, etc 262.41 L. B. Hovey. sheriffs tees 133.80 E. J. Van Ness, percentage On fine* ........i 11.38 W. C. Darisbn, percentage on fines ft off. exp. 334.80 Wm. Boylceu, qunrantlhi, expenses ?• B: O. Mftnn. quarantine expenses Wm. Shirley, office expense .... S. P. Kckholm, local registrar . I. B. Wortmftn, local registrar ., L. B. Holllster, local registrar .. Ploretta Welp. local registrar . H. A. Thompson, local registrar Wm. Boyken, local registrar . R. H. Flnnell, local registrar . Adtth Carlson, local registrar . Arthur Hof. local registrar ... Fred E3. Dlekmann, local regls trttr F. E. Bates, supplies F. A. Corey, labor In recorder's off ' 10.60 Mary K. Snnds, clerical work in treas. office 39.00 Crescent Printing Co., supplies 16.14 Todd Sales Co., supplies ...... 1.76 Kllpto Loose Leaf Co., supplies 11.S3 Burroughs Adding Machine Co., maintenance serv 28.65 Messenger Printing Co., supplies 1.61 Peterson Studio, pictures prisoners 26.00 Burt Monitor, print, legal notices Burt Monitor, print, auto notices Wesley News-World, print, notices ....'. Algona Flour & Feed Co., supplies ....'. Bert Grlnnell's Blec. Shop, supplies Advance Pub. Co., supplies .... Haggard & Backus, supplies, amt. claimed $32.00 30.00 Western Chemical Co.. supplies 15.B1 Lnlng & Muckey, supplies 6.13 Churchill Mfff. Co.. supplies 14.45 AlRona Flour, & Feed Co., supplies • 1B.70 Norton Machine Works, mipplles 4.71 George .Holtzbauer, labor and repairs Koch Brothers, supplies Matt Parrott & sons Co., supplies Kllpto Loose Leaf Co., supplies O. W. Brlckson Hdwo., supplies LuVerno News, pub. notices .... Kohlhaas Hdwe., supplies Harvey Graham, bounty Georgo Sachau, bounty ........ H. J. Boettcher, bounty Richard Ccsgrove, bounty A. 10. Weaver, bounty U. A. Dreesinan, Insurance' ..... A. E. Michel, engineer's fees A. B. Michel, engineer's fees.. F. H. Lathrop, rodman M. V. Stephenson, asst., engineer Lee O. Wolfe, supplies • Kohlhhas Hdwe., supplies George Schwarck, refund POOR FUND. Northwestern Bell TeU Co., tol. service i.V 11.26 Clerk of District Court; costs In .Tames Abe Lester case 16.00 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. service .-. lfc.00 Jim Bruer, provisions<; 1.00 A. W. Jurgens, provisions B.2B Mrs. John Schneider', provisions 4.00. John Frerlchs, provisions 2.80 B. L. Hansen, provisions 15.05 H. M. Dyer, provisions 10.00 R. A. Clark, provisions > 17.27 Kennedy Brothers Co., provisions • A. A. Droessler, provisions .... Algona Co-Op. Creamery Co., provisions ......,.;,. Roupe's Grocery, provisions .... Jos. F. Menke, provisions Mrs. Hattie Lichltter, provisions McFarland & Walker, : provisions Kennedy Brothers Co., provisions Dr. R. L. Williams, med. aid Dr. R. L. Williams, medical aid Walter-Fraser, medical aid, amt. claimed $75.00 Drs. Keneflck & Crawford, medi-' cal aid " Kossuth Hospital, medical alii Algona Hospital, medical aid .. Drs. Keneflcki & Crawford, medical aid *•••;••'/ Dr. H. B-. Blel. medical aid, amt. claimed $166.00 .,.. Bertha Kuchetvreuthor, nurse .. Blva Sonerhojm, nurse CT. ,W. Carmeon, supplied Bllnor T. Suttpn,__supplies. 14.6(1 70.00 in.93 27.50 3.6H S.50 1.39 .80 1.20 1.20 .80 .CO fi.2R 14.00 28.00 1.50 10.08 4.15 20.00 99.54 R, P. Campbell. rlght-of«wny .. S90.00 Des Molnes Steel Co., mnterls'. for bridges ............. ...1CIS.52 M. T. MeGuIre, extra help ...... 404.22 J. A. Roberts, painting 40' <*toe1 . 15.00 ROAD MAINTENANCE FIWD. Railway Express Agency, etpre«s 1.S9 Chicago & Northwestern Ry. Co., freight ................. 709 «5 Paul & Donnelly, maintenance prj. No. 11 .................. 14S5.!»5 Union Central Life Ins. To., grn- vel pit ..................... 601.0(1 Sam Johnson, stravol p'.t ...... 56. BO R. H. Rlstau, U'bn-- ............ S.OO lOiils Hnmlow, labor .......... BB.OU W. B. Wllllamsi, innlnt. iirojcci No. 1 ...... ............ ..Vjscoi Toseph H. Schaller, Ri'rtvel pit . .1 140.00 H. N. Kruse, dr. tax due ...... f.51.42 Paul & Donnelly, malnt. project No. 10 ...................... 1313.05 C. & N. W. Ry. Co., freight .. 40.92 iil & Donnelly, malnt. project No. 13 ..... , ................ 2008.3!! Tom Weir, dragging .......... 105.00 F. A. Slemer. patrol .......... 97.40 C. Rock Island & P. Ry. Co., freight ...................... 126.83 S. D. McDonald, labor ........ 103.60 Alton Pettlt, patrolman ........ 62.40 riclnder Kromlnga, road patrol 119.96 Chester Aline, patrolman ...... 102.00 T. F. QUlnn, labor ............ 100.00 Oscar Karlng, patrolman ...... 126.00 Rimer Eurlng, patrolman ...... 117.00 Hans W. Nelisen, labor ........ 212.00 John S. Nelson, labor .......... 100.10 Wm. O. Ludwlg, patrolman .... 104.00 J. H. Montgomery, road patrol .. 100.80 Tohn W. Bruse, road patrol .... 106.00 Wm. B. Dcvlne, patrolman .... 118.90 T. R. Hanlfan, labor .......... 12.80 Bert Shellmyer, road patrol .... 13H.OO Clyde Sanders, labor .......... 28.00 Tohn Blum, dragging ......... 1576 Albert Kressln, dragging ...... 7 BO Lester F. Mueller, dragging ---- 14.24 Phillip Bufflngton, dragging . . 43.85 Johnson Bros., dragging ...... 5:i.25 Enno Eden, dragging ... ..... 3.60 August F- Mel*, dragging ...... RC.OO John A. Sleper. draRKlns ...... U.tiO' Henry Anderson, drawing .... )1.j." C. H. Sonnenbsrg, itrriKsltiB; .... 5-1.01) Frank Dlers, dragging ........ 15. 00 L. H. .Tunkcrmeler, dragging .... 26.86 Frank Rakow, draprglng ...... 42.75 K. J. Laabs, drugging ........ . 9.00 Holcomb & Wallentlne, dragging 19.00 Lorcn Hyers, dragging ........ 40.60 Edward HnKKO. dragging ...... 15.76 EIncr Heck, dragging ......... IR.-IS A. J. ttlersledt. dragging ...... 23.25 Fred Butlorfleld, dragging . , . . 6.00 Hlmon Blome, dragging ...... . . 18.75 Christ Berg, dragging ...... . . 24.75 Roy Ennen, dragging ........ . . BB.BO Nick Mergcn. dragging .. ...... 61.48 A. M. Gustafson, dragging .... 9.00 Albert Looft, dragging ........ 66.22 Cecil Thoreson, dragging ...... 25.47 Melvln P. Cody, dragging .... 18.00 John M. Phillips, dragging ---- 106.75 Herman 'Runksmcler, dragging. 109.50 Julian .1. Arndorfer. ilrngslng- .. 24.37 Wyot stott, dragging ........ 12.38 John G. Rlppentrop, dragging , , 13.50 Henry Anderson, dragging .... 0.75 Wm. Busch. dragging ........ 21.00 Victor Applegate, dragging .. 31.50 B. R. Intermlll, dragging ....... 18.00 Arthur R. Ziolsko, dragging . . 52.50 Loyd Trimble, dragging ...... 11.25 J, A. Loyd, dragging .......... 37.51 S0.79 6.00 12.30 4.00 6.20 9.30 50.88 30.77 . 6.75 24.50 25.00 18.50 10S.50 ;45,00 28..2B 66.01 ,28.00 . 10. O 6£ 29 22.9J 2!>.B8 09.70 90.24 15.50 20.50 25.50 93.00 8.00 16.60 2.16 5.60 2.70 7.50 31.S9 'I.'IO 2.86 4.10 C. 'BY"*Bargfgran; vi*eiit ....•• Van A. Hanse'il, board and C. G. -Dourte, rent > • Karl Krebs,* renjt ^ ' INSANE FUND. 'I EHnor'T. Button, per cent of qol- '" lections 48 - 43 T. B. FUND. F. F. Schumacher, Indem. cattle Chas. Bormann, Indem. cattle ., Peter Kollnsah, indetn. c?.ttle.. Dr. L. W. Fox, t. b. Inspector R. A. Nellis, indom. cattle . .... COURT FUND. , Mathew C. Greer, court reporter A. Hutchison, mayor's fees ', ., F A. Newvllle, constable fees L. E. Hovey, sheriff's fees .... B. T. Burbank, constable fees W. C. Danson, J. p. fees . W. H. Stewart, witness fees .... Albert Ogren, mayor's fees .... Mary A. Meyers, witness fees .. C. Behrmann, j. p. fees Elinor Button, transportation ,. Clark Orton, clerk's fees Carl Dahllmuser, marshall fees ' E. L. Harris, deputy sheriff .... ROAD CONSTRUCTION FUND. Paul & Donnelly, loading and hauling gravel, Sec. Rd. Dlst. No. 145 ...115250 Des Molnes Steel Co., steel for . bridges 111075. Des Molnes Steel Co., steel tor bridges „ •„? J. A. Roberts, bridge 27J.CO C. & N. W. Ry. Co., freight HKO.IG Paul & Donnelly, gravelling Sec. Rd. No. 144 1405.95 M. T. McGuire, grading project No. 16 10?0 50 M. T. McGuire, grading project No. 13 .' 2295.00 M. T. McGuire, grading project No. l 1300.60 M. T. McGuire, grading project No, 6 667.00 M. T. McGuire, grading project No. 3 765-00 M. T. McGuire, grading project No. 29 1IH7.90 M. T. McGuire, grading project No. 30 090.00 M. T. McGuire, grading project No. 31 300.00 Paul & Donnelly, gravelling Sec. lid. No. 118 ...3257.00 Paul & Donnelly, gravelling Sec. Rd. No. 151 750.28 Paul & Donnelly, gravelling See. Rd, No. 140 1001 21 J. A. Roberts, bridge 17-1.00 Milton McFadden, rodman 78.75 Don T. Nugent, asst. engineer.. 175.00 Arthur Nordstrom, rodman .... 82.25 Leo Delpenlang, grading 250.00 Wheeler Lumber Bridge & Pup- ply Co,, supplies 1C II 07 Jonik For Cuts and Wound* Prevent infection! Treat every cut, wound or scratch with this powerful non-poisonous antiseptic, Zonite actually kills germs. Helps to heal, too. '. 4250 *-°° 88.90 4.W . 4.00 1 IB.iS 12.10 J-81 ., ,„ 14.40 „ .. 3.r5 <.3» 11.08 6.76 4-00 <-0° ... 8.15 20.00 16.00 2.40 24-31 1 lit HS.OO "5.00 70.00 1.18 24.00 Ifi.CO 32.20 9.60 49.20 L. E. Mueller, dragging Harold Welson, dragging B. D. Boyken, labor ... Enno Eden, labor Carl Johnson, labor ., Chris F. Nielsen, labor ...... 74.40 Clemence M. LudwlB. 'labor .... 6.00 Clifford Johnson, labor ........ 26.00 C. Johan Anderson, labor ---Geo. 'F. Graham, labor ........ Roy Bane, labor ............... Henry Folder, labor ......... . Benedict Glsch, labor .......... Aug. Knoner, labor .......... Henry Bngstrom, labor ........ Ole Gerdls, labor .............. Chas. Culbertson, labor ........ Earl Nagel, labor ............ .. W. J. Mayer, labor ............ Kunz Grain Co., supplies ...... E. J. Palmer, labor ............ Matt Laux, labor .............. Karl Krebs, labor ...... '....... Adam B. Marty, labor .......... Herman Bruins, labor ........ Leo Delperdang, labor ..... ... Alfred Dltsworth, grading .... C. B. Mersch, grading ...,...,,. Ray Coolt, labor .......... .,,. F. S. Norton & Son, supplies '%,,, 28.02 Northern Imrtipsj 1 . Co., > supplies., 61.90 Contra) ' States Elpp. ; Co,, -eleBt; , P_. rt (MA-.-il >.":- >.f*MWl'1lA« . . T 1 ', 8.04 50.76 8.40 127.30 01.20 3.50 1.80 21.50 1.20 22.50 2.00 37.30 17.00 34.25 9.50 36.15 29,57 209,00 222.00 340.25 21.00 Standard Oil Co., gas A oil ...... 137.6* DRAINAGE FUNDS. Dr. 3— F. Woyerhneuser Co., supplies .91 F. Wes-rrhapuser Co,, supplies 1.08 A. E. Michel, engineer S 00 Frank Wolff, repairs J "" C. Albln Peterson, labor Tom Ppderson. labor - . R. O. Ptpnstrnm, labor Geo. Wolfe, labor ............ Herman Brunfl, labor ........ Dr. 7-C. IT. Cooper, labor Tlprmnn limns, labor K. J. Pnlnior. labor Fullerton Lubcr Co., supplies P. S. Norton ft Son, supplies .. F. Wpycrbactiser Co.. suppllo* Dr. 20— Herman Bruns, labor Dr. 27— ' . K, Weyft-lineuser Co.. supplies Dr. 33— Qcn. Onkcn, labor Dr. 6S— F. Woyerhnmiscr, Co., suppllei Hay A. Mnriiiils. labor Win. Hllferty, labor George Looft, Inbor ....... ,. Dr. fio— F. Weyerhaeuser, supplies .. Dr. 6S— Louis Homlnn, labor n. H. Rlstau, labor Dr. 78-— John Cunningham, labor .... Dr. 80— F. Weyerhaeuser Co., supplies Dr. 82— F, Weyehamiscr Co., supplies Wm. Hllferty, lalmr George Looft, labor Hay A. Marquis, labor Northern Lumber Co., supplies Dr. S3— M. V. StP.pho.nson, asst. en- glnerr • > * F. H. LAlhrop, rodman A. TO. Michel, engineer Dr. SB—• K. Wcyerhanuser Co., supplies . Hay A. Mnrqiils. labor Wm. Illlferty. labor Oeorgo Looft, labor Glen Burrow, laW>r Dr. 88— F. Weyei'hncuser Co., supplies Dr. 90— Wm. Hllferty. labor Hny A. Marquis, labor Goorgo Looft, labor F, Weynrhaciiser, supplies ... Hllbert Sovoren, labor Dr. 102— F. Weyorlmouser Co., supplies Dr. 116— Louis Homlow. labor R. H. Rlstau, labor C. C. Scharlaoh, survey Dr. 135— i ., Ray A. Marquis, labor Win. Hllforty. labor. George Looft, labor , Dr. 130— , F. Woyerhaeuser' Co., supplies Dr. 141— Herman Bruns, labor ........ Dr. 161— ..-:.F. Woyerhaeuser, supplies .. Dr. 156— A. E. Michel, engineer , F. H. Lathrop, rodman Dr. Ififi— F. Weyerhaeuser Co., supplies Ray A. Marquis, labor Wm. Hllferty, labor George Looft, labor C. Albln Peterson, repairing • tllo B. a. Stonstrom, repairing tile Dr. 177— M. T. Huso, contractor ...... A. K Michel, engineer F. H. Lathrop, rodman M. V. Stephonson, asst. engineer Haggard & Backus, pub. IV* VU. , DIIOS* 0 ' V. *»•«»»», ....-, i. EJJ jwm. Ct stesjei supplies .,. j,,. .-^*"7 r ?B Advance Pub. Co,._.pub, notice... "l»8E O.',»"W. Erlokson pdwe., supplies'"»»•** 17:88 1(25 ,14,29 51.03 0. 00 Johnson, supplies .....Brs Generol Store, supplies 4.00- 'Kdhlhaas Hdwe., supplies ...... K, M. Blanchard, supplies Roy Davis,, truck .,, Joe Greenberg, supplies 28.BS Lalng & Muckoy, supplies ,,.. .40 Kohlhaas Bros., supplies .. ',26.25 Norton Machine Works, suplles 109.01 Frank Flats, supplies 17.G5 B. H. Gardner, supplies 10.78 Tire Service Co., supplies 1G8.07 Folk Motor Co., supplies 18.80 Globe Machinery & Sup. Co., supplies 4.88 Matt Murtha, supplies 9.95 J.-A. Roberts, contractor 134.40 Frank Flals, supplies 203.4'J Barton-Warner Co., supplies .,. 559.06 la. Machinery & Sup. Co., supplies 838.00 la. State Highway Com., supplies 1.35 Dukehart Machinery Co., supplies 32.25 J. D. Adams Co., supplies 121.96 Men's Reformatory, supplies .. 21.60 Austin-Western Road Mach. Co., ' supplies 80.07 Wheeler Lumber Bridge & Sup. Co., supplies 056.32 Peerless Oil Co., gas 838.37 Oliver Bakken, gas & oil 35.86 Mld.-Cont. Petro. Corp., gas & oil 26.81 Champlln Refining Co. of la., gas and oil ...; 760 84 Independent Oil & Gas Co., gas & oil 177.31 • 3.00 !C.i>0 5.91 22.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 4.81 38.00 65.00 a a 00 13.13 74.80 2.88 9.60 4,00 7.40 17.50 8.00 S.OO 2.72 1.80 1.88 „„„ 1B.OO : 2;25 . ' 1.08 8.75 4.00 4.00 7,60 10.50 133.00 76.00 8.26 :@JK*^|;Sfl 10.00 • - *Sjw5ftsij9*>-^Kj fc Kj:.t i»|f|ffe|i*gsa RriftolyearPl is hereby orfla', . warrants fpr4,allji btltefijii moBtingiftSisbawriiWyslr Claims. i' hereJnJjsfeSraSjj., veto on eaoh Individual On mdtlbn 11 boaV,dit"aflJ< o'clock ? iTQHNSON, Auditor.. make your DOUBLE-EDGE RAZOR. (old or new model) la BETTER RAZOR -or your money back I FOR TEH 5OfOR FIVB Guaranteed by PROBAK CORPORATION AulcSlrop Solely Raicx Co, Inc, N. Y. & From Yoiitnl Age There are three trying periods in a woman's life: when the girl matures to womanhood, when a woman gives birth to her first child, when a woman reaches middle age. At them times Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound helps to restore Borm.aji health and vigor. 1UMA I. PINKHAM'S V I (, I TAIU 1 COMPOUND ^ Week End in Chicago at the COMFORTABLE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL Get IIP a congenial party, two or more couples come to Chicago for a lark, take In the theatres or movie palaces, see the Art Institute, Field Museum, various sports or dance In night clubs, .1S5. atll Sf tloi !? w WW»*. Our new •—•, '"^r*"":" *'»•* w«wn« WHI new service will make arrangements In ad* vance for your party. Write for free copy of "This Week In Chicago" which U a complete entertainment guide. We will enjoy taking** personal In* terest In making your visit thoroughly enjoyable. N«u>garago «».• " w * ! • Phont JACKSON, DEARBORN, QUINCY, 8TS, Thof. H, Sadler, Manager.

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