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The tipper Bes Monies-Republican, December 31,1930 Miss Margaret Johnson of Algona gent the ifttter part of last week at the Albert Walker home. the Albert WalRer family spent Christmas at the Leslie Walker home. Albert and Leslie are brothers. The John Oettman family spent Christmas at Fairmont, Minnesota, tisltlhg a sister of Mr. Oettman. Mrs. Jessie Dalzlel and Mrs. Earl Dalziei and daughters of the latter •pent Christmas at the Lloyd Potter borne. Evelyn Nickerson returned home last Wednesday after spending a month •Waiting With relatives at points in Illinois. , Mr. and Mrs. John Rich, the Wm. Drayton family and the Jack Light family spent Christmas at the Wm. Rich home. The Arthur Cruikshank family spent Christmas day at the Angus home near Lone Rock. Mrs. Angus and Mrs. Cruikshank are sisters. Mrs. Myer of Rlngsfted visited from Sunday to Wednesday at the J. P. Nickerson home. The former Is a daughter of the Nickerson family. Misses Ruth and Mildred Robinson left Friday for Spencer, where the will visit with relatives. From ther they will visit at Milford and Spiri Lake. They expect to be gone a week Mrs. Edith Rich hajS been spendin the latter two weeks at the W. J. Gal bralth home In Algona. She has beet oaring for Mrs. Gatbralth and doln the work while the latter has been HI. The J. P. Nickerson family spen Christinas at the Myer home nea Rlngsted. The Lurhl Fessler family was also present. Mrs. Myer and Mrs Fessler are daughters of the Nicker •cms. John Rich recently returned from Chicago where he spent a few days when he took a carload of cattle to market. Ruth Rich, sister of the for mer, stayed with Mrs. Rich while Mr Rich was away. Miss Edna Walker returned home last Wednesday evening and remained there until Sunday when she returned to the Fred Hawk home near Lone Rock, where she has been doing the housework. About ninety-five friends were entertained at the shelter house at the Call State Park Friday evening, December 19. Five hundred, dancing and games furnished the entertainment for the evening. The Andrew BJustrom family was the entertaining family. The parents and a few friends of the pupils of Union township district number seven school were entertained to a Christmas program and party Friday afternoon, December 19. School was closed for a two weeks of tacation. Mrs. Ed. Genrich 'is the teacher. Twenty-five relatives and friends spent Christmas day at the Archie Walker home. Christmas gifts were distributed in the evening. Those present were the John Sabln family, the Edward Rich family, Mrs. Edith Rich, fflca. OndHc noldrcn and it entertained at a turkey dinner at the Etna Mitchell home Christmas day. Recitations were given by Willard, Willys, Carol and Marjorle Mitchell and Junior Wood followed by distribution of Christmas glfta furnished the en* tertainment for the afternoon. Those present were the Noble Mitchell family, the Harry Wood family, Edmund Larson, Quentin BJustrom and Mr. and Mrs. Arle Dittmer. Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club met Thursday, December 18 at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Potter. Roll call was answered by singing Christmas carols. A recitation was given by Delia Mae Witham. The Christmas grab basket was enjoyed by all. The club sent ten dollars to the Orphan's Home at Council Bluffs as a Christmas donation, and five dollars Were spent for buying groceries for a Christmas dinner for a family in Algona as a 3hristmas present. Lunch was served x) twenty-seven members who were Mesent. The next meeting will be held January 15 at the home of Mrs. Andrew BJustrom. Roll Call will be answered by New Things to Eat. R. C. Ball, fet. serv 84.7 H. E. Woodward, vet serv. .... 175.7 E. Mitchell, cattl* Itidem 67.6 COURT FUND. C. Behrmann, J. p. fees 4.0 Jake Keller, constable L. E. Hovey, sheriff 191.6 Clarlc Orton, clerk's fees 18.0 A. Hutchison, }. p. fees 2B.O L. E. Hovey, sheriff 104.8 F, A. NewvIIle, constable fees POOR FUND. Miller, light for Broesder. The L. J. Lowman family entertained all the children at supper Christmas day followed by a Christmas tree and gifts for all. Those present were the Ray Smith family of Burt, the Louis Lowman, Jr., family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lowman!, the Everett Withams and Ira Lowman. The parents of the pupils in Union township district, number six school were entertained at a Christinas program and party at the school house on Friday afternoon, December 19. The school was then closed for a week of Christmas vacation. Miss Irene Mitchell is the teacher. A large crowd was entertained at the Arthur Cruikshank home on Friday evening, December 19. The occasion was the first meeting of a new singing school recently organized by the married folks of the Good Hope church. They are to meet every two weeks for an evening of singing and Tislting. Nineteen relatives and friends were Notice of Application. For Authority to Sell Certain Real Estate. In the district court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county. In Equity No. 12383. L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, plaintiff, vs. County Savings Bank, Algona. Iowa, defendant. To all persons interested in the receivership of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the application of L. A. Andrew, Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to sell the following described property, situated in the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa, to-wit: All that part of the Southwest Quarter (SWW) of the Northwest Quarter (NW'/i) of Section Twenty-Four (24), Township Ninety-eight (98) North, Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the Fifth P. M., described as follows: beginning at a point on the north line of the public highway, which is a continuation westerly of Ramsay street In the town of Bancroft, Iowa, 10 rods west of the Southwest corner of Lot 14 in Blk. 1 in Call's Addition to the town of Bancroft, Iowa, running thence north to the north line of the Southwest Quarter (SW'/4) of the Northwestl Quarter (NW'/i) of said Section Twenty-four (24), thence west eight (8) rods to the place of beginning, known as the McCowen house, to Louise M. Springer and Anna S. Springer for the sum of Six Hundred Dollars ($600.00) according to the terms and conditions set out In said application, to which you are referred for further particulars. You are further notified that the hearing on said application will be had at the court house in Algona, Ip-wa, on the 7th day of January, A. p., 1931, at two o'clock p. m. of said day at which time you may appear and show cause if any you have why an order should not be entered approving •aid sale. L . A . ANDREW, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Auditor's office, December 2. 1930.— ioard of supervisors of Kossuth coiln- y met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. On motion board proceeded to audit and allow bills. Motion by Funnemark and second by Morris that construction bond of Kell & Halvorsen for $2985.7?, on Dr. 178 Is hereby approved. Ayes: all. ' 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 further proceedings on Dr. 149 Is hereby continued to January 2, 1931. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by McDonald that final estimate of W. B. Williams on maintenance project No. 2 for $373.91; maintenance project No. 3 for $286.63 are hereby approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Funnemark and second by McDonald that further consideration on acceptance of bids for bonds on Dr. 177 Is hereby continued to December 18, 1930. Ayes: all. On motion board adjourned to nine o'clock a. m. December 3, 1930. Auditor's office, December 3, 1930.— Board of supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Funnemark and second by Helken that hearing on final estimate of M. T. Huso on Dr. 177 is hereby fixed for December 18, 1930, at ten o'clock a. m. amount of final estimate being $1200.02. (See record for resolution). Ayes: all. On motion board proceeded to audit and allow bills. Motion by McDonald and second by Morris that Funnemark be authorized to purchase W% Block 21 Wesley for sum of $200.00 and P. J. Helken bo authorized to purchase S14 Lots 6-6 and Richmond's 4th Addition Swea City for $500.00 for maintenance sheds. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second bv Funnemark that Robert Welter, J. M Moore, and A. B. Michel, engineer, are hereby appointed as commissioners to assess benefits on Dr. 178. Commissioners to report on or before April I. 1931. (See record for resolution). Ayes: all. On motion board adjourned to one o'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m. board met pursuant to adjournment with all members present, except Chas. Morris and P. J. Helken. Motion by McDonald and second by Funnemark that the following suspensions are hereby allowed: That taxes of Mrs. Thomas Henderson on Lot 5 Block 3 and Lot 6 Block 81 Original Plat Algona for 1928; Taxes of'Frank Powlanskl for 1929 on lots 1 and 2 Block 187 Call's Addl- ion "Algona and-eounty treasurer Instructed to enter said taxes on sus- Frank farm A. A. Droessler, supplies A. W. Jurgens, provisions .... Jos. F. Menke. provisions .... Jim Brucr, provisions Garfleld Erlckson, provisions.. Thaves Sisters, provision* .... Mrs. Klnney, provisions Jensen's Hardware, supplies.. Mrs. Battle Llchllter. provisions B. L. Hnnsen, provisions Smith Department Store, provisions Roupe's Grocery, provisions .. Merrll Bros., provisions R. A. Clark, provisions B. A. Hansen, provisions O. P. McDonald & Co., coal W. A. Murray, coal Farmers Elevator Co., coal .... Botsford Lumber Co., supplies C. O. Dourte, house rent R. H. Miller, house rent ...... Lottie E. Peterson, house rent W. T. Peters, house rent Charles Schrader, house rent, amt. claimed $30.00 Roy G. Richardson, stove and pipe Floyd O. Paysley, light Van A. Hanson, brd. and room.. Dr. Karl R. Hoffman, dental work Kossuth Hospital, med. aid .... Drs. Keneflck & Crawford,' med. aid Algona Hospital, med. aid B.8 28.4 27.95 E.Oi 6.0 6.00 3.0 15.00 12.2F 1.0 9.00 16.11 20.00 18.43 40.0 IB. 10 14.38 39.90 74.25 133.81 17.45 10.00 30.00 54.00 7.00 28.00 10.90 2.26 30.00 31.50 242.00 62.60 97.50 ,T. A. Devlne, med. aid 138.75 Dr. n. L. Williams, med. aid 27.50 Merrltt Funeral Home, ambulance trip 3.00 Dr. R. A. Evaiui, med. aid 14.'iO Elinor T. Sulton, office expense 2.SO Family Welfare Ass'n of America, supplies 1.2f Kohlhaas Brothers, supplies ... 18.9C James Neville, supplies 28.BS Lalng & Muckey, supplies .... 4.12 Hlghle? Chemical Co., supplies 12.2B Western Chemical Co.,-supplies 10.50 Fred Park, wa,ges paid 143.83 Kohlhaas Hdwe., supplies .... 23.73 Botsford Lumber Co., supplies : .05 O. W. Erlckson Hdw., supplies 7.30 C. A. Heard, supplies 5.75 Malt Murtha, supplies 12.00 By R. Charge. H. MILLER, Examiner pension record. Ayes: all. Motion by Funnemark and second by tfcDonald that request /or repairs on Jr. 147 Is hereby granted and F. .!. Balgeman appointed as a committee o have said repairs made. Ayes: all. Motion by Funnemark and second by McDonald that following open ditch right-of-way claims be allowed: Dr. 133— J. H. Jensen, SWVt SE& Sec. 28-930, 4.60 acres, SE>A SEVi, Sec. 28-980, 2.49 acres. Henry Fuhrmann, SEW NW J ,4 33-949, NE% NW& Sec. 33-94-29, 1.31 acres, VW'/i NW'A Sec. 33-94-29, 0.17 acres and county auditor Instructed to Issue •efund warrant for amount due, Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by _ unnemark that final estimate of H. R. Cowan & Son on maintenance garage at Algona Is hereby allowed. Ayes: all. On motion board proceeded with the ,udltlng and allowing of bills as per Schedule of Claims herelnattev writen: SCHEDULE OF CLAIMS. COUNTY FUND. Railway Express Agency, express charges 1.94 City of Alirona, light and water serv 177.58 rlarvey Larson, bty 1.10 H. M. Smith, co. engineer 300.00 has. Morris, comm. & sessions 27B.OO V. E. McDonald, comm. & sessions 176.10 )laf Funnemark, comm. & ses- •> sions 2B2.BO J. Helken, comm. & sessions 230.10 J. Balgeman, comm &. ses- sons ,'. 211.90 [utton & Jenks, printing ballots 14B.31 Bancroft Register, pub. board proceedings 79.09 '. A. Newvllle, setting up elec. booths 7.00 'oin Roed, ret. ballots 2.30 -I. J. Sherman, trustee mtg 8.00 Ole K. Floni, trustee mtg. .. 8.00 A. Bolenus, trustee mtg. .. 14.80 J aul J. Cody, weed commissioner 8.60 red A. Diekmann, trustee mtg. 8.00 . J. Kockler, att. brd. of equalization 4.00 3eorge Nyinann, att. brd of equalization 4.00 A. A. Fangmann, att. brd. of equalization 4.00 '. J. Coyne, att. brd. of equalization 4.00 laf Funnemark, telephone service 6.75 olm M. Welhousen, bty .30 Tien Larsen, bty .90 Bertha E. Johnson, miscellaneous expense 18.74 rt'm, Shirley, travelng expense, etc • 131.92 A. McDonald, comm, on delinquent taxes 105.99 13. Hovey, co. sheriff 467.44 A. Samson, assisting sheriff 78.00 tfary 1C Sands, clerical work 75.00 .lavI ha Harris, labor In clerk's office 21.00 'rank W. Blbert, att. assessor mtg 4.00 Vash Harris, att. assessor mtg. 4.00 Vi J. Bourne, att. assessor mtg. 4.00 lenry Nelson, att. assessor mtg. 4.00 .. J. Holler, att. assessor mtg. 4,00 laro M. Krlckson, att. assessor mtg 4.00 'enton Reporter, pub. notice and prt. ballot 50.00 laggard & Backus, pub. del. tux deserlp., amt. claimed $170.63 158.80 iiitton & Jenks, pub. del, tax Jescrlp 168.80 Advance Pub. Co., supplies & brd, proc., amt. claimed $265.01 263.28 -Jert Grlmioll's Blec. Shop, supplies 2.73 Bancroft Register, punching ledger sheets 3.76 Typewriter Exchange, Inc., supplies 6.01 Crescent Printing Co., supplies 64.05 John C. Moore Corp., aupplles 24.99 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., supplies 44.96 Advance Pub. Co., data sheets 180.70 Kllpto Loose Leaf Co., aupplles 171.03 Men's Reformatory, supplies.. 2.38 Kocli Brothers, supplies 20.80 O. W. Erlokson, Hdw., supplies 2.00 Botsford Lumber Co., supplies 7.10 ROAD CONSTRUCTION FUND. J. A. Roberts, bridge 206.10 J. F. McGee, cabinet for engineer's office 12.60 Milton McFadden, rodman .... 59.6] John Fraser, rodman 63.00 Don T. Nugent, asst. engineer 175.00 Elbert Garage, storage on engineer car 30 00 M. T. McGuIre, construction work B85.00 Fonton Reporter, pub. notice on Sec. Rd. 146 58.60 Burt Monitor, pub. notice on Sec. Rd. 152 27.40 North Kossuth Record pub. notice on Sec. Rd. 93-102-1.15-138-148 176.60 Advance Pub. Co., pub.notlce on Rd. No. 130 55.80 LuVerne News, pub. notice on Rd. No, 118 'J0.55 Sperbeck Printing Co., pub. notice on Rd. No. 145 118.80 W'esley News-World, pub. notice on Rd. No. 147 & 113 64.SO Palo Alto Co., grading work .. 470.17 ROAD MAINTENANCE FUND. Nelson Mercantile Co., supplies, amt. claimed $1.25 •. 1.00 Barton Warner Co., supplies .. 145.84 Sargent Tile Ditcher Co., supplies 40.00 Leighton Supply Co., supplies .. 181.98 John Lucas & Co., supplies ... 167.30 Gross Tractor & Equipment Co., supplies 6.65 B. W. Steel Co., supplies 73.63 C, M. St. P. & Pac. Ry., freight 301.07 Thompson, Loth & Lowe, money advanced , 3.20 J. H. Warburton, att. mtg 4.00 Paul Hertzke, att. mtg 4.00 B. F.Edwards, att. mtg 4.00 Earl E. Newby, twp. clerk. .. 10.65 Hilder O. Halverson, labor .. 87.90 J. D. Lowe, recording proceedings - -5.60 W. B. Williams, malnt. project No. 2 3385.21 W. B. Williams, malnt. project No. 3 2B79.68 M. & St. L. Ry. Co., freight on trucks 151.34 J. F. McGee, labor 1.4.00 Railway Express Agency, express .85 H. R. Cowan & Son, material & labor 1782.00 Railway Express Agency, ex- ; press 3.31 C. & N. W. Co., freight 14.59 Railway Express Agency, express 46.62 Genevleve Goodrich, pt. payment WMi Blk. 21 100.00 C. E. Mersch, labor 130.50 W. F. Kelly, painting 106.60 Billy Elbert, painting '. 40.25 Joe Baser, painting 54.25 Connie Doyle, painting 40.25 Eddie Cullen, painting 37.10 Tom Weir, patrol work 96.00 John Hanselman, patrol work, amt. claimed $132.60 129.75 Bert Shellmyer, patrol work.. 125.00 Relnder Krommlnga, patrol work 100.00 Jack N. Lynch, labor 96.00 J. H. Montgomery, road patrol 90.00 F. A. Siemer, road patrol 70.40 S. D. McDonald, labor 100.00 Elmer Ewlng, road patrol .... 103.50 Alton Pettlt, road patrol 93.60 L. E. Mueller, road work .... 24.60 John S. Nelson, -road patrol ., 89.90 Oscar Earing, road patrol .... 12B.OO C. A. Lamoreux, road patrol .. 126.15 Wm. O. Ludwlg, road patrol ., 96.00 Albert Looft, dragging 27.00 Louie Wolf, dragging 14.35 A. R. Cruikshank, dragging .. 19.50 B. R. Intel-mill, dragging .... 18.40 Albert Wlttkopf, dragging 4.13 Dan Froehllch, dragging 48.00 L. A. Bolenus, dragging 3.75 O. R. Olson, dragging 16.00 Clarence Green, dragging .... 9.76 Bill Busch, dragging 19.00 Frank Rakow, dragging 12.55 Lyle Blair, dragging , 8.25 Loren Byers, dragging 19.87 J. Hofbauer, dragging 8.25 Sam Harr, dragging 21.00 Holeomb & Wallentlne, dragging 7.60 H. A. Adams, dragging 17.25 Henry Nelson, dragging .75 Carl F. Anllker, dragging .... 5.25 W. J. Bourne, dragging 4.50 Roy Elchorn, dragging 18.00 John Phillips, dragging 91.29 Wm. Speloher, dragging 23.25 Leo G. Studer, dragging 9.00 Geo. B. Streit, dragging 18.76 John A. Sleper, dragging 40.50 John H. Schueler, dragging .. 13.11! Peter N. Thilges, dragging .... 33.75 J. E. Thill, dragging 24.36 Jesse Harms, dragging 13.12 Herman Runksineler, dragging 33.00 Calvin Rlppentrop, dragging .. 21.00 Henry Thilges, dragging 102.37 Harley Haynes, Inbor 18.20 Chester Alme, labor 9S.OO Leo E. Gregion, labor 2.00 John T. Lftlller, labor S.OO Bert Kunkel, labor 3.00 Julius Q. Sturtcr, labor 300 O. E. Miller, labor 3.00 Albert Wlbben, labor 10.00 John W. Menz, labor 3.00 Glenn Robinson, labor 3.60 John F. Qulnn, labor 88.00 John McGuIre, labor 39.00 S. M. Jordan, labor 18.65 Jack Lynch, labor 20.00 Alfred Busch, labor 12.00 Wm. Jftnvrln, labor < „ 39.00 Bert Godden, labor 24.00 Edward Fucbsen, labor 96.00 Enno Eden, labor 11.50 J. F. Faulkner, labor 4.80 Ole Gerdis, labor B.40 Peter Mowlch. patrol work .. 92.00 Clyde Sanders , 96.00 Pearly C. Haynes, patrol work 91.20 Edward HflRge, labor 2S.88 E. L. Huber, labor 7.00 Fred E. Dutton, Inhor 15.60 Studer & Miller, labor 7.20 Spear & McVey, grading 680.03 John Nielsen, labor 8.00 Karl Krebs, tiling across road 16.75 Albln Peterson, repairing: tile 4.BO George Onken, labor 45.05 E. J. Palmer,'labor 45.60 larl Johnson, labor 10.70 Chas. Burk, labor 4.80 E. G. Stenstrom, labor 6.40 W. G. Smith, labor 18.20 J. W. Stott. labor 3.40 Hoy Davis, labor 44.00 W. H. Rlcklefs, gravel 22.00 Bert Godden, gravel 23.27 Sharp Bros., gravel 46.29 3eorge E. Roberts, gravel .... 68.20 B. F. Rhodes, labor 4.00 Paul W. Larson, supplies 7.47 Town of Wesley, supplies .... 6.10 Lalng & Muckcy, supplies .... 17.60 Vlatt Murtha, supplies 46.30 Frank Flaig, labor 27.2B H. B. Peltake, labor 3.00 J. S. Shultz, labor 14.90 D. A. Shultz, supplies 8-.2B C. Dahl, labor 12>2I> B. H. Gardner, labor 24.50 Wesley Auto Shop, supplies .. B3.9B Etohlhnns Bros., supplies 17.88 J. F. Fisher, supplies 18.1B Tire Service Co., supplies 4.16 Elbert Oarage, supplies 125.34 FARM SALES Haggard & Backus, pub. brd. proc Dr. W. Fraser, service rendered LIBRARY FUND. J. F. Overmyer, books purchased Younker Bros., books purchased L. W. T. B. Fox, vet. FUND, sorv. 67.9B 6.00 70.39 80.00 15.66 Ted Hoover, dragging Kdward G. Hof, dragging A. 13. Weaver, dragging ;, Ward & Goetz, dragging .. H. J. Presthus, dragging .. J. A. Lloyd, dragging .... Gust J. Koppen, dragging Tony Kollasch, dragging . John Ufkes, dragging .... W. F. McFarland, dragging 12.00 17.04 24.00 36.25 12.00 21.00 13.62 18.00 41.25 9.37 C. C. Freeaj-k, dragging 42.60 30.'20 9.00 3.00 16.00 16.00 9.00 16.00 1B.76 19.60 10.00 90.00 60.76 47.00 11.5B 1.60 32.00 47.25 43.75 84.00 173.75 86.00 43.76 12.95 16.35 S. F. Phillips, labor ..." 42.60 A. M. Gustafson, dragging C. C. Anderson, dragging K. Ji Fox, dragging Frank Fox, dragging Frank DIers, dragging George Clnk, dragging .. C. C. Baas, dragging A. J. Blerstedt, dragging Fred Butterl'leld, dragging Slmun Blome, dragging ... Roy Banu, dragging Hans W. Nielsen, labor .. Lester W. Hugen, labor .. Wayne Hugon, labor Fay Mlnard, labor W. J. Bourne, labor ...... Leo. P. Walters, labor .... Ralph F. Stoll, labor Harvey Shultz, labor Carl A. Larson, labor .... Henry Folder, labor Cloni Goodman, labor .... Gus Rlchter, labor Leander Wolf, dragging .. Leo G. Studer, dragging Geo. F. Graham, labor Jos. Bestenlehner, labor ., Leo Jielperdang, labor ..., JacK Delaney, labor Klmer ISlllngBon, labor Clifford J. Johnson, labor Will Loeper, labor Clifford Wenzel, labor Sam Gibson, labor Sam Gibson, labor 69.00 60.00 72.40 34.66 73.60 33.25 86.00 80.00 31.65 28.00 r. L. Itnskopf & Co., supplies.. 8.89 Jotsford Lumber Co., supplies 20.911 Northern Lumber Co., supplies. 27.44 eo. F. Grlmsehl supplies .... 1.70 Tanners Elevator Co., supplies 7.36 Kohlhaas Hdwe., supplies .... 99.11 iV. H. Htott, supplies 24.08 0. W. Erlckson Hdwe., supplies 37.B9 C. S. Johnson, supplies 34.73 Hardware Co., supplies ., 26.51 fcnsen's Hardware, supplier... 1.50 3eod Hardware, supplies 10.30 Fred G. Darnell, dragging .... 24.00 eo O. Wolfe, pub. notice Rd. Dlst. No. 64 65.10 Bancroft Register, pub. notice Rd. Dlst. No. 160 23.50 Haggard & Backus, pub. notice Rd. Dlst. No. 121 31.06 Wesley News-World, pub. notice .60 1. A. Roberts, bridges 347.40 eerless Oil Co., supplies 670.63 Champlln Refining Co., gasoline 2'J4.83 kelly Oil Co., gasoline 22.28 Champlln Service Station, gasoline 20.23 City Oil Co., gasoyne 236.51 "hllllps Petro. Co., gasoline .. 197.19 Wheeler Lumber Bridge Co., supplies 505.00 Ibbs-Cook Tractor & Equip. Co., supplies 8.80 DRAINAGE FUNDS. Dr. 3— Ray A. MarqulB, labor 2.76 Wm. Hllferty, labor 1.25 George Looft, lubor 1.20 Dr. 4— F. S. Norton & Son, supplies .66 S. B. French Lbr. Co., supplies 33.85 Northern Lumber Co., supplies 3.60 Lafe Simmons, labor 240.00 Dr. 9— F. S. Norton & Son, supplies 1.30 A, E. Michel, engineer 14.00 Dr. 20— J. B. Cunningham, labor .... 8.00 Wm. Janvrln, labor 12.00 S. B. French Lbr. Co., supplies 11.00 Ray Marquis, labor 4.00 George Looft, labor 2.00 Wm. Hilferty, labor '... 2.00 Dr. 31— Ray A, Marquis, labor 4.25 George Looft, labor 2.00 Whi. Hllferty, labor 2.00 Dr. 51— F. S. Norton & Son, labor .. 1.95 Dr. 6t>— Ray 1A. Marquis, labor 23.60 George Looft, labor 11.20 Wm. 'Hllforty, labor 11.20 Dr. 78— Peterson Bros., labor 47.50 Dr. 80— F. S. Norton & Son, supplies 2.60 Dr. 82— George Looft, labor 12.00 lay A. Marquis, labor 22.60 Wm. Hllferty, labor 12.00 F. S. Norton & Son, supplies .66 Jr. 86— B. French Lmbr. Co., supplies 1.30 )r. 90— S. B. French Lumber Co., supplies 4.28 Ray A. Marquis, labor 19.50 George Looft, labor 10.00 Wm. Hllferty, labor 10.00 r. 96— S. B. French Lumber Co., supplies 2.55 Jr. 99— J. B. Cunningham, labor .... 4.75 >r. 106— J. L. Raskopf & Co., supplies 1.00 Jr. Ill— Ray A. Marquis, labor 26.50 George Looft, labor 14.00 Wm. Hllferty, labor 14.00 >r. 116— W. B. Guy, labor 23.00 W. M. Vessels, labor 63.00 >r. 125— J. L. Raskopf & Co., supplies 1.01 Wm. Hilferty, labor 2.00 George Looft, labor 2.00 Ray A. Marquis, labor 4.50 T. 137— E. J. Palmer, labor 10.50 T. 151— Ray A. Marquis, labor 8.75 George Looft, labor 4.80 Wm. Hilferty, labor 4.80 r. 162— Ray A. Marquis, labor 23.25 George Looft, labor 12.00 Wm. Hllferty, labor 12.00 Dr. 156— ' F. S. Norton & Son, labor ... .65 W. B. Guy, labor 14.40 W. M. Vessels, labor 33.50 Dr. 167— J. B. Cunningham, labor .... 4.75 Dr. 177— F. S. Norton & Son, supplies 2.27 F. H. Lathrop, rodman .88 A. M. Michel, engineer 20.00 J. L. Raskopf & Co., supplies 7.47 Dr. 178— Humboldt Gravel & Tllo Co., supplies 1191.09 A. B. Michel, engineer 68.00 F. H. Lathrop, rodman 15.43 F. S. Norton & Son., supplies .65 E.-K. Jt. No. 2— A. R. Enno, estimate No. 2 .. 1038.99 Haggard & Backus, pub. notice 6.00 A. K. Michel, engineer 90.00 F. H. Lathrop, rodman .... 12.25 F. S. Norton & Son, supplies 7.65 H.-K. 2-36— George Onken, repair work .. 8.21 H.-K. 3-46— J. A. Ronfro, tiling 4.68 John Collins, labor 4.05 P. A.-K. Jt. No. 1— Chus. Glaus, labor 2.50 Sub 1 of W.-K. 3-11— S. B. French Lbr. Co., supplies 3.67 W.-K. 35-89— C. H. Cooper, repair work . 6.02 H.-K.-H 93-131-100— Chas. Burk, repair work .... 3.60 Resolved: That county auditor is hereby ordered and directed to Issue warrants for all bills allowed at this meeting as shown by the "Schedule of Claims" hereinbefore written as per vote on each Individual bill. Ayes: all. On motion board adjourned to nine o'clock a. in. December 18, 1930. BBRTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. Ksthorville, Iowa, December 3, 1930. Board of supervisors of Emmet and Kossuth counlk'S mot pursuant to adjournment with the following members present: KoHsuth county—Charles Morris and P. J. Helkon. Emmet county—R. S. Bryan, H. K. Bonnlcksen, N. O. Osher, C. K. Fuller and M. J. Iverson. Motion made by Morris and seconded by Fuller that R, S. Bryan act us chairman of this meeting. Ayes: all. Motion made by Bonnlcksen and wer- onded by Bryan that Dorothy Klopp act us secretary of this meeting. Ayes: all. Motion by Bonnlcksen and seconded by Morris that the final roport of the engineer on E. and K. No. 2 bo approved. All voting uye. On motion board adjourned to the call of the auditors. R. S. BRYAN, Chairman. . DOROTHY KLOPP. Secretary. Farmers who are contemplating having a farm sale in the near future will be given all of the assistance possible in advertising their sale if they will call up the Upper Des Moines-Republican at Algona, or pay a personal call to this office. All they will have to do is to write out a list of the property to be sold, together with the date, location, terms, and the name of the auctioneer and clerk and we will arrange the matter for publication in the paper and for sale bills. The ordinary sale ad is a quarter of a page, and bills may be printed from the same type iiscd in the ad in cases where the cost of advertising has to be held down. Otherwise a large sale bill may be used, which of course would be n little more expensive. The Upper DCS Moines-Republican has splendid correspondents in all parts of Kossuth county and covers the county thoroughly with a big list of subscribers who arc interested in auction sales, and do not hesitate to drive twenty-five miles to attend a sale in case any property they are interested in is advertised. Every single bidder brought to a sale by advertising pays big returns on the cost of the ad. Bring in Your List of Property, We Will Do the Rest Here is an outline of a sale ad that may help you. 1—It Is customary to start out with some reason for the sale, such as "As I am about to quit farming and move to town." Give your reason here (If you care to): 2—Give the distance from such towns as you want to mention to your farm. (Do not say "Five miles northwest of Algona—say, "Four miles west and one mile north of Algona") 3—Give day and date of sale 4—Give hour when sale is to begin 5—What about lunch, if any? 6—How many horses? Describe each animal, with weight and age, and if you have any oat- standing horses or teams give particulars 7—How many cattle? Describe them, and be sure to give particulars about bulls, dairy cows, purebred or good grade beef cattle, etc. Play up the merits of your stuff. The fellow ten miles away will know only what you tell him In your bill and ad. , gj 8—How many hogs? .Do as you did with the cattle. Tell everything you would want to know if you yourself were looking for hogs and saw a bill or ad of a man ten miles away who was going to close out. 9—Sheep, mules, or other stock? 10—Chickens, ducks, geese, etc.? 11—Which do you want to come first—horses, cattle.or hogs? 12—Farm machinery. Give make and condition. Make a complete list. In these automobile days a grind- stone may fetch a buyer ten miles away. 13—Miscellaneous 14—See your banker, get the terms, and set them outhere. How many months? 15—How many bills do you want? (The usual number is 100) 16—How large an ad do you want? (The usual size is one-fourth page) 17—Your name 18—Auctioneer 19—Clerk Clip this advertisement and have it for the time you will be ready to prepare your ad. Upper Des Moines-Republican ALGONA, IOWA Phone 230, Call this office and we will send a man to your place to arrange your advertising. * ft/WWVV

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