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HUNDREDS SEEK WORKAT PAVING Swea City Streets Crowded ; With Men and Their Automobiles, EXPECTED TO START PAVING LAST WEEK McGuIre Brothers Moved Grading Out fit to Armstrong;. Number Nine Relocated. Swea City Herald: More than a hun- .dred men gathered in front of Superintendent E. R. Momyer's office early Monday morning seeking Jobs on road No. 0 paving. Word had been broadcast that work was to begin the first of this week and men came from all directions. The street In front of the superintendent's office was filled with cars. Nothing like It had ever been seen here. Among the scores of applicants were the usual number of boomers whose Interests In hard labor Is casual. Others were In dead earnest and wanted work of any description. There was an usually large number of elderly men hoping they could pick up light Jobs which would fit their burned out physical conditions. Only two or three applicants were success ful. Many Attended Wildin Funeral Friday P. M. .tS^°^ town relatives and friends who attended the funeral Friday of Edward Wildin prominent Garfleld township Iast The Upper Des Moines-Republican, May 6,1931 « follows: Mrs. Ida Jenson, Mr .and Mrs. Howard Jenson and two children of Buncombe; Mrs. Susie Erickson, North. SL Al } d » Wt Olson and ^"ghfer. Hildred of Port Dodge; Henry and Martin Olson of Webster City; Irvin Wildin and daughter, Gertrude of Patterson and the former's son, Edward, of ... Osage; Mrs. Lizzie Pease of Wool- 1 MARCH ELECTION A HOT SCHOOL ELECTION HELD Every Voter in Harrison Wesley News Items Twp. District Turned Out at Special Election. stock; Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Ely, Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stevens and daughter, Bessie, of Eagle Grove; Jas Hood of Waconda, South Dakota; Mrs. Dorothy Gowins, Mason City; Mr, and Mrs. John Ulfers of Penton; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Catties and Joe Wall of Em- netsburg; Mr. and Mrs. James Kelso, Buffalo Center; and Mrs. Jess Dugan of Burt. The funeral was one of the argest that has been held here for .ome time. Miss Gertrude Wildin of Patterson is remaining for a longer •isit. She is a niece of the deceased. Miss Irene Haynes spent Sunday 1 points in North Dakota where Mr with her friend, Miss Mary Sherman. ! Wester Will attend to business in con nection with the Karl Ahlers Produc Company of .New York City. They ex pect to be gone a week or ten Meanwhile the J. s. Fcl.aughlin & Sons Company, paving contractors, ar pushing preparations with the Inten turn of starting to pour concrete the last of this week or the first of next At that time some thirty or thlrty-flvi common laborers will be hired. Two paving machines, the last o the equipment, arrived Monday. Thej were shipped from Milwaukee Friday and were here three days later, having established somewhat of a record In rapid transportation These machines will be operated at once In tandem formation. P. N. Space, Minneapolis, who has the hauling contract, unloaded more than a dozen new trucks last week. These Include Internationals, Chevro- "lets, Dodges and Fords. In addition to his own outfit Mr. Space has contracted with other truck owners to complete his crew of some 10 or 15 drivers. Work of laying water pipes from the Des Molnes River at Armstrong was being pushed the first of the week. The McGulres have finished grading the first four miles west of Swea City and last week moved into Armstrong to begin work on the relocation of No. 9 through the town. Married Here Because of Minnesota Law. LAKOTA TO BUILD NEW SCHOOL HOUSE Contract Awarded Last Week to Eldora Man for $31,842. WAS A TIE VOTE. Thirty Four Voters Established Local Record. George Wicker was E1- eclted Director. COMPLETE BUILDING WILL COST $45,000. Work on New Structure East of the Present School Building Will Start Soon. cille Lester and Herman Schroder, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George Schroder drove to Blue Earth, Minnesota, last Thursday with the intention of getting married, but found the new five day law In effect there, so came back and. drove to Algona where they were married at the German Lutheran parsonage. They returned home the same evening and have started housekeeping Just south of town. Miss Lester is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Hrs. A. M. Lester of this place and Mr. Schroder is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schroder, Sr. Mrs. Henry Tjaden Receives Honor. Mrs. Henry Tjaden of Algona, was elcted deputy district governor for the tenth district of the Iowa Society of Mayflower Descendants at the third annual meeting of the society which was held at Ames, April 17. Mrs. Tjaden's many friends are proud of the honor which has been bestowed upon her. North Kossuth Record: Last Friday the bids were opened at the school house for the building of the new school. Edward F. White of Eldora was awarded the general contract covering the erection of the structure for $31,842. G. W. Clark of Minburn, Iowa, was ow bidder on the plumbing and heat- ng at $4,702 and the Peterson Electric Company of Fairmont was given the contract for the electrical work at $1,253. This makes a total of nearly 138,000. There will be interior flxthres such as seats and blackboards, etc., which will total $3,000 to $4,000 and he Chas. Lewis property will be pur- hased. The total is expected to run around the $45,000 mark. The voters voted for $32,000 in bonds ,nd there is a surplus in the treasury f $12,000 to $15,000. The building on tie Lewis property will be sold and here will be considerable salvage from seem that In the end we should still -1 have a fair sum in the treasury to do Swea City Herald: Patrons of both the Swea City and Grant township consolidated school districts might have thought they staged some hot school j elections In the past, but now they must admit Harrison township rural district No. 2 has them bested. In a special election on school director on Monday every voter In the district turned out, 34 in all. Not only does this establish a local record but It sets a mark for voting districts all over the country to shoot at. George Wicker and Mrs. Edla Ovens were In the race, Wicker winning with 18 votes to Mrs. Ovens's 16. Harrison No. 2 school is four miles east of Swea City on road 9. Miss Leona Keller of Bancroft is the teacher. The election at the March meeting resulted in a tie. John Schueler and Mrs. Ovens received eight votes each. Tlie usual practice of breaking the tie by drawing was unsatisfactory to the patrons. In the resulting discussion Mr. Schueler withdrew In the interests of neighborhood harmony. At length it was decided to hold a special election and Mr. Wicker entered the race against Mrs. Ovens. The Wicker family moved into the neighborhood from Pocahontas county in December. Mr. Wicker owns the former Chicago Joint Stock Land bank farm three miles east and a half mile north of Swea City. Mothers' Day program will be ob served next Sunday at all the churche in Wesley. Frank Burke of Milwaukee spent th week end with his friend, Miss Adel Kleinpeter here. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wingert o Iowa Falls spent Sunday at the horn of his brother, Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Braley an daughter, Ethel, drove' to Mason Cit Sunday to spend the day. Prof. Edwin Klooz and Paul Engen drove to Des Molnes Saturday to spen the week end in the capitol city. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft and son Allen, spent Sunday at the home o Fred's mother, Mrs. John Looft Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. John Hanson and family of Hubbard, were guests Sunday for dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs Emil Wester. Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson has been assisting Mrs. C. S. Guy with the work at the A. & P. resturant during the absence of Mr. Guy the past week. Pupils of the St. Joseph's grade school will hold a recital at the lodge hall next Thursday night, May 7, to which the general public Is Invited. Mrs. H. J. Braley was hostess to the Deal 'Em club Thursday. Mrs. Ihno A. Gerdes won high score. The hostess served a delicious lunch to her guests. John Killian was taken to the Kossuth hospital in Algona Thursday, where he submitted to an operation for gall stones. He is getting along as nicely as could be expected. Miss Dorothy Hauptmann, who i employed as stenographer at the Hart Parr factory at Charles City spent from Saturday until Tuesday here with her parents. On Monday, she attended her sister, Irma, as bridesmaid at hpi wedding when she became the bride of Harry Barton of Algona. The free band concerts nnd outsldi movies which are given by the businc*? men of the town will commence this Wednesday night with a band concert program put on by the Woden band. This organization will also play in two weeks with a free movie in 'between held on the vacant lots west of the Klclnpetcr store. The American Legion Auxiliary held ;heir regular meeting Jn«t Thursday night with fifteen members present. The regular business was transacted after which a round of games was en- oyed, prizes being awarded for the winners. Members whose names commenced with letter from A to J inclusive served the ^remaining members with a covered dish lunch. A miscellaneous shower was glvei omplimentary to Miss Irmn Haupt nann at the D. of A. lodge hall 01 Thursday night. The hours were plens- ntly spent in dancing and a delicious unch was served to the large nuni- er of friends who were present. The Keds 1400 Pairs of Them For men. women nnd children. Made by the U. S. Rubber Company nnd rvory pair puinrantoorl. In Sun Tnn. Brown find White. Thry hnvr double non-slip Polos nnd will wear like iron. All hifih prnclp first nnnlity nnd worth in n regular way from $1.15 to $1.50 a pair. I am pulling thi> whole smonr into one (ark pot. nnd you take your choice, any pair, any sizo for fine. This is the biggest bargain in footwear (lint was ever shown in Algona. There is $1.50 worth of solid wear in every pair. We are not bragging about our sociability or service or store atmosphere, but we do hand you the bargains. Your moneys worth and always n little more is our motto. 500 pairs of ladies' fancy dress slippers Just arrived. Th c new low price on these will be $2.48. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN Atgona, Iowa. Twenty Years Ago. Ilie Algona post office was to be closed on Sunday to all but box patrons. Week End SPECIALS 4 qts. onion sets 25c Steel chicken coops 1.19 Lawn Mowers 7.59 6 ft. step ladders —1.19 ' 4 ft. step ladders __89c 6x9 Gold Seal Con- goleiun 3.19 JOHNSON'S VARIETY business on. St. Thomas Church. Sunday May 10th morning prayer and sermon at eleven a. m. IRVINGTON NEWS. vwuvwwwwwww wvwuv Mrs. Victor Applegate of Corwith spent Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. O. L. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. George Scuffham spent Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Seifert and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornton and grandson, Lewis, of Emmetsburg, called on their many Irvlngton friencJs on Friday. Evelyn Dole and James Hudson are preparing to take their eighth grade examinations which will be held at Al- Sona May 7 and 8. Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Smith and family of St. Joe spent Sunday evening at ;he home of Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Douglas Riley and family. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. MUer and duugh- ;er, Betty Mae, spent Sunday at the lome of Mrs. Miller's sister, Mrs. Elliot Skilling and family of Algona. Miss Helen Dole and friends, Leo and Agnes Simper of Garner spent Sunday at the home of Miss Dole's >arents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole and family. Mrs. U. B. Frankl and daughter. Camilla have been spending a few days the past week at the home of Mrs. Frankl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mulligan, at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spurgeon and children of this vicinity, Mr. and Mrs. John Ludwig of Gamer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dutton and daughter, Corinne, Miss Edith Curran and Miss Josephine Lea spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole and family. Charley Hart had come from Oklahoma for a visit with his father, Wm. Hart. Fred Hawes, who was a prominent Algona business man In the '80's, died at his home in Oklahoma. A "Sunbeam" chorus of young people was being organized to ring at the M E. church revival meetings. The Algona band and the choral club gave a fine concert at the opera house for the benefit of the M. W. A. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Thompson returned to-Algona from Walker, Minnesota, after proving their claim there. Mrs. E. H. Beardsley was daJled to Grand Rapids, Michigan, by the serious illness of her brother's wife. The. business men of Algona and the city council were conferring on the feasibility of paving the streets of AJ- gona. Mrs. J. E. Tanner returned to her home in Chicago after spending the fall and winter In Algjna with her daughter, Mrs. James Noville. Rudy Guderian was over from Mason City for a visit with his friends. He was employed on a linotype machine in the Globe-Gazette office there. Professor Hemstreet, who was at that time rated as one of the greatest mind readers and hypnotists In the world, was scheduled to appear at the opera house. Rev. F. A. Smiley of the Presbyterian church took a bad tumble from his bicycle while on his way back from Irvlngton where he had preached. His face was quite badly skinned up. The mall carriers' examination was held In the Central school building under the supervision of Joe Bestenlehn- er. Ray and Day Potter, Will Walker, Raymond Wehler and Ed. Sarchett took examination. James Jensen, one of the before prohibition bootleggers ;n Kossuth county, borrowed some two hundred dollars from Louis Leasing with whom he was rooming and akipp;d out for nif home in Denmark. A large attendance turned out to Charles Kerrlns, Sr., who is employ ed at Bode, spent from Saturday nigh until Sunday evening here with hi wife and family. His son John tool him back In his car in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Wellick anc son drove to Des Monies Sunday tc spend the day. They packed a w,el filled lunch basket before leaving anc enjoyed their dinner In picnic fashion along the way. Miss Mildred Benton, teacher at Em metsburg, Miss Virginia Benton, and the Misses Evelyn and Martha Haynes students at the Mankato" Business College, spent the week end at the home of their parents. The Wesley school district is holding a special election on Tuesday, May V. to decide whether an addition shall be made to the public school. If this is passed, the district will be bonded to the amount of $20,000.00. The addition of four new Chevrolet cars was made to this vicinity Saturday. Miss Marie Hanson, iasslstant postmistress, purchased a new Chevrolet coupe, Emil Wester, a sedan, Silas Skow, a sedan, and C. S. Guy a sedan. Edward Monson left Tuesday morn- Ing for Des Moines where he entered a government hospital for a thorough physical examination. The Fairmont cream station will be taken care of by Mrs. Albert Monson during his absence. Members of the local D. of A. lodge will hold initiation of about a dozen new members next Sunday: afternoon following by a banquet held at their hall Sunday evening at six o'clock. The home team will put on the work of Initiation. The opening of the lunch counter at the- Phillips gas station will be held this week mith the arrival here of Mrs. Mayme Banning of Des Molnes. She will be assisted by Mrs. Albert Monson, whose husband operates the filling station. Emil Wester accompanied by his wife left Monday morning for numerous ride-to-be was presented with many retty and useful gifts which she will "ways cherish in her new home. Word was received here Monday orning by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Road- ger from their daughter, Maymc, at lioenix, Arizona, that her sister, Francis, who has b*en critically ill for a week or more, is slowly improving. Frances has submitted to treatments and finally an operation nt one of the hospital In Phoenix, and several days last week was reported as being very low. The girls left Wesley last fall seeking a warmer climate. One hundred Odd Fellow lodge members and their wives were expected at the booster meeting held Monday night of this week at the Wesley lodge hall. A nice program Including the play, "They Were Deceivers, Ever," by a group of Royal Neighbors, was arranged for by the local lodge, followed by several hours of dancing and the serving of refreshments. It was expected that lodges from Algona, Burt, Lu- Verne, Titonka and Wesley were to be represented. The Wesley fire department was recently the recipient of two fifty dollar checks one each from the Farmers elevator and the other from the James A. Smith Lumber Company, In appreciation of then- good work in saving nearby buildings in the destructive fire of the east elevacor building on April 9. The firemen in turn forwarded fifty dollars each to the Algona and Britt fire departments showing their "appreciation for their helpful assistance when they "responded to the call put Keds Keds in games. A two course lunch wns also served. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Toothman o Waterloo called at the Earl Toothman home one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Toothman of Fort Dodge were also here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson have been staying at the Enrl Tootliman home while Mr. and Mrs Toothman were at Forest City at the bedside of their son, Merrill. A Correction. In last week's issue of the Upper DCS Moines-Republican in the statistics put out by the county attorney's office it stated that E. S. Ellsworth had been fined for selling clgarets without i license. Mr. Ellsworth Informs us .hat this was incorrect. He was fined for delivering the mthe same day the sale was made. City Pays April Bills. Electric Fund. J. W. Kelly, salary $165.00 Bollock, salary 125.00 Bollock, salary 25.00 alter Gorman, salary 135.00 Thos. Halpln, salary 135.00 lay Barton, salary 130.00 H. E. Stephenson, salary 130.00 C. C. Wright, salary 85.00 Adah Carlson, salary 145.00 G. Ray Smith, meter reading .. 33.25 Cleve Barton, labor 13.50 Security Petroleum Co., dlst. .. 102.00 Acme Petroleum Co., dist 137.32 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. .. 17.82 Electric Supply Company, mdse. 192.25 •o them in aiding the Wesley depart- j Terry-Durin Co., mdse 58.6 Alma Nelson, election Judge . 4.50 Kittle Kaln, election Judge ,.. 4.50 Ida A. LcfTert, election clerk 4.80 J. A. McDonald, election clerk 4.80 Frank Gelgel, election Judge . 4.8O Claire Keith, election Judge . 4.80 Leora St. John, election clerk 4.20 Hazel Dalzlol, election clerk .. 4.20 E. W. Lusby, election Judge .. 4.20 Adell McDonald, election Judge 4.20 E. H. Bcardslcy, election Judge 4.29 Frank Schallin, labor 2.25 Nelson Hdwc. Co., mdse 2.80 N. W. Bell Tele. Co., service . 5.15 L. A. Winkel, canvass Elect, rets. 2.00 F A. Ncwville, mdse 15.00 Algona Ins. Agency, treos. bond 25.00 Skelly Oil Co., gas 5.92 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse. 7.16 Standard Oil Co., mdse 7.29 A. R. Stone Co., mdse 70.21 H. W. Post, frt. and dray 67.70 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. .., 9.45 Herb Palmer, labor 5.00 H. R. Coan, estimate on filter plant 5760.86 M. V. Norrls, engineering 576.05 A. E. Michel, engineering 40.50 la. Culvert & Pipe Co.. mdse. .. 132.48 H. R. Coan & Son, light at mayor oillce 1,95 Frank Green, burying dogs 4.50 Sewer Fund. J. W. Kelly, salary 35.00 Nelson Hdwe. Co., mdse. 1.35 ment the night of this fire. Westinghouse Electric Supply Relatives and Wends from away who °°:; ™l s ,<;- ' •" • vy "I-.; ": • 119 ' 2 attended the funeral Wednesday afternoon of little Charles Wayne Looft, the three months old son of Mr. and Mrs ?red Looft Included Mr. and Mrs. Chas Benton of Boone, Mr. and Mrs. N. A Pingle Mrs. John Looft and son, Al- >ert of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. George Looft and Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Looft of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. ~"!d. Looft of Lakota, Miss Edythe Looft f Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Peter jooft, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Looft and Vliss Amanda Looft of Swea City, Mr. nd Mrs. Nick Looft of Armstrong, Mr. nd Mrs. Fred Rasmussen of Renwick, £r. and Mrs. I. M. Seaman of Nora prings, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft of llngsted and Lou Schluesner, Blanche, nd Ruth of Garner. was Mary Kollasch, thlrteei years old Carrie Becker, thirteen years old wa terribly mangled and lived five or ten minutes after being struck. The othe two children In the wagon escaped witl only cuts and bruises. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs Dave Lynch Monday. J. B. Cunningham of Algona called at the B. V. Daniels home Saturday. The Junior-senior banquet will be held at the Presbyterian church Friday night. hear Cole Younger, the famous outlaw, I The Paul Kriethe family were dinner lecture at the opera house. In his address he pointed out the uselessnes He had spen the Minnesot and folly of crime, twenty-five years in state penitentiary. E G. Bowyer had received a iettr from his brother, Captain Bowyer, wh Pumps Good In Sea Sand Dull Mat Kid White Kid Dull Calf To meet the demand foy pumps, we offer you quality footwear which is planned so as to give you every advantage in Style, Quality and Price. Styles that fit and please. r=> SHOE Co. SHOES AND HOSIERY. was In command of the United State Naval Academy at Annapolis, that h intended to resign within a few month with the rank of rear admiral. Cap tain Bowyer had made a fine record in the navy. It would seem that liquor was consumed In 1911 Just, as illegally as it is at the present timea. The deputy sheriff from Algona was In Swea City investigating the source of the north- enders' wet refreshments and it was repoited that several Swea Oityans were quite uneasy until he left town A liumber of them were brought to Algona to testify where the liquor had come from. A tragic accident occurred In Whlt- tcmore when the west bound Milwaukee passenger train hit a wagon load of [jotts Creek school children, killing three of them. John Becker, nineteen 3 old, was taking the children home from school and the team had just crossed the track east of -the depot in Whittemore when the train hit the wagon. Becker was instantly killed, as guests at the Donald Weir home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks of Algona spent Sunday at the G. U. Fairbanks home. The seventh and eighth grade girls enjoyed a picnic at the Algona State Park Saturday. The freshman class enjoyed a picnic at the Ross Elvidge woods early Saturday morning. Maxine Jensen celebrated her birthday Saturday by entertaining a number of little friends. The L. J. Schmidt family and Mrs. Moore of Corwith spent Sunday at th Moore home here. Loraine the six months old daughte 3i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moyer is no .11 with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson of El more and Mr. Ruby were guests at th J. T. Heaney home Sunday. Little Warren Barrickman spent sev iral days here last week at the home 3f Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters. Miss Mary Fairbanks of Fort Dodge pent Sunday here with her parents Jr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stow went to Istherville Sunday where they visited /Irs, Claus and two children. Miss Marie Mendenhall of Mason City spent the week end with the Misses Esther and Ruth Hodgson. Mrs. Augusta Kinney and daughters have moved into the Pommerening house in the south part of town. Mrs. Gerald Brace gave a surprise party last Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. Brace's and his sister, Gladys' birthdays. O. O. Riddle was at Algona Sunday to visit his brother, Jess, and to see the latter's son, who was Injured by being struck by a car. The Presbyterian ladies cleared a neat sum from their plant sale Saturday. The money will We used to Improve the church grounds. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pratt and F. L. Pratt left Monday for Elkhorn, Wisconsin, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Pratt's brother, Douglas Waffle. The Mite society met last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. H, A. Thompson with Mrs. W. E. Stoutenberg and Mrs. S. H. Aten as assisting hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Olson of Story City called at the Dr. Van Vrankin home Saturday. They were enroute to Estherville to visit; with relatives. Mrs. Marion Chipman and little daughter returned home Sunday from near Garner where they spent several days at the Milo Brown home. Mrs. George Allen gave her Sunday School class a party at her home Friday evening. The little tots had a fine ime and enjoyed the May baskets. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings took Mrs. Matilda Ward to Buffalo Center Sunday where she will spend several veeks at the home of her son, Hiram. Mr. and Mrs. James Sewlck and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Graham of Algona drove o Webster City Sunday where they 'isited W. R. and A. B. Graham, broth- rs of J. T. Graham. Mrs. Iver Nordin began work Monay at the Sewick Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Nordin have rooms at the J. M. Dettman home and have stored their house. ' old goods for the present. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Timmel, Bruce Clifton, Myron Chipman, Misses Vera Chipman and Margaret Elliott drove to Mason City Thursday night where they attended a musical program. The following infants were baptised Sunday at the Presbyterian church: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith's, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Looft's, Mr. and Mrs. John Lang's, and Mr. and Mrs. Raney Putz. Sunday was the birthday of Rev. J. E. Clifton and his two brothers, C. C. Westinghouse Electric Supply Co., mdse ................... 1055.8 Fulton Iron Works Co., repairs 162.3 General Electric Supply Corp., mdse ....................... 57,8 Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., mdse. .................. . Vacuum Oil Co., lub. oil . . . . , . 197.0 Kohlhaas Hdwe. Co., mdse ..... 3.7 Tire Service Co., service ____ .7 Chrlschilles & Herbst, mdse ..... 3 Panama Carbon Co., mdse. . . 4.7. Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. .. 3.2' Western Union, service ...... 5.4 X. W. Bell Tele. Co., service . . 24.71 Thorpe Wood & Iron Worns, repairs ..................... 2.60 kelson Hdwe. Co., mdse ....... 7 75 Skelly Oil Co., gas .......... 21.7( S. J. Backus, P. M., env. and rent ........................ ln . 95 Selma Samp et al, refund deposit ........................ C. M. St. P. & P. By., frt. and dist ......................... Ry. Express Agency Inc., expr. H. W. Post, frt. & dray ..... Geo. M. Bechtel & Co., coupons Norton Machine Works, mdse. . Wm. Dehnert, filing saw ...... 45.00 183.54 2.08 40.38 75.19 16.76 2.00 Water Fund. J. W. Kelly, salary ......... 75.00 Frank Ostrum, salary ......... 130.00 O. E. Atcheson, salary ........ 125.00 Lo.ura Mitchell, salary ........ 110.00 John Williams et al, labor ____ 507.25 Laing & Muckey, repairs .... .25 Wigman Co., mdse ........... 142.86 Leighton Supply Co., mdse. .. 130.50 Worthington Pump & Machinery Corp., mdse ............. 1.5 General Fund. F, A. Newville, salary ....... 25.1 Frank Green, salary ......... 125.0C H. A. Van Alstine, salary ____ 102.17 Thos. Akre, rent ............ io.o( Elvira Monlux, election clerk 4.20 Loreen Simmons, election clerk 4.20 C. B. Murtagh, election Judge 4.2( J A. Haggard, election judge 4.20 May Herman, election Judge . . 4.20 Imelda Dooley, election clerk , . 4.50 Edith Taylor, election clerk. . 4.50 R. R. Smith, election Judge . . 4.50 Fred Hagg et al, labor 48.30 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse .. 32.95 A. E. Michel, engineering 55.75 Humboldt Gravel & Tile Co., tile 63.00 Fire FundJ C. C. Wright, salary 4S.OO Kohlhaas Bros. Garage, mdse. , 11.24 Algona Fire Co., 5 fires 90.00 Waterous Company, mdse 50.60 Swimmlngr Pool Fund. International Filter Co., mdse. 20.2T Tom Bllsborough, labor .... 17.50 Uy. Express Agency, Inc., expr. 1.55 Iload Draff Fund. Jesse Lashbrook, salary 74.20 Jesse Lashbrook, salary 30.00 Elliott Skilling, man and team 143.15 Elliott Skilling, man and team 49.00 WJllard Gregson, man and team 115.85 Willard Gregson, man and team. 21.00 Louis Hagg, labor 69 30 Prank Skilling, labor 80.50' George Gunder, labor 94.95- Fred Baumgartner, labor" and material 39.70 Jesse Umbenhower, dump care 12.50 John Norton, labor 1.80 Elm, Linden and Durant St. Sewer. 96.15 60.00 H. W. Roba, coupons Paving District No. 1. 'arleton D. Beh Co., coupons .. Paving: District No. 5. Des Molnes National Bank, bond 500.00 City Paving'. Des Molnes National Bank, bond 1000.00 Carleton D. Beh Co., coupons 240.00 City Improvement Fond. Carleton D. Beh & Co., coupons 78.75 Band Fund. Igona Military Band, service 800.00 Clifton of Thompson and A. N. Clifton and family of Nora Springs spent the day here with the Cliftons in honor of ;he event. The Eelkader school, where Lester Stow, a Burt boy, is teaching won seven firsts, two seconds and two thirds H a county contest recently held. There were twelve schools taking part n the contest. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford of Webster City, Mr. and Mrs. Harold raham and children, Mr. and Mrs. ngler of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Graham of Fen ton were Sun- ay guests at the J. H. Graham home. The Epworth League members gave party Friday night nt the church to he young people of the Presbyterian nd Lutheran churches, Fifty were in ttendance and the evening was spent CETRID OF DISEASE GERMS in nose mouth and throat Let Zonito olcanso away the accumulated secretions, kill the (!crmn, prevent disease. Highly gcrmii'idul. South- ing to membranes. PERSONAL LOANS On Easy Terms Ready Cash-Service We loan you money on a few minutes' notice in amounts from $50.00 to $300.00. Phone or call on us as our method is quick, courteous and confidential. We lend on household furniture and automobiles, and allow you to repay in 20 small monthly payments. HAWKEYE FINANCE CO. represented by CUNNINGHAM & LACY Phone 598 107 W. State St. Complete New Stock of USED CARS 1930 Chevrolet sedan 3930 Chevrolet coach 3929 Chevrolet coach 3927 Chevrolet coach 1926 Dodge sedan 1930 Ford tudor 1930 Ford Roadster 1929 Ford coupe 1930 Durant G sedan 1920 Buick coupe ALGONA AUTO MARKET West of Court House Algona, Iowa. wuvvwuw

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