The plaintiff, vendor in a conditional sale contract, received notice of the removal of the goods by the vendee to another State, but failed to refile the contract in the other State as required by its statute. A creditor of the vendee attached the goods without notice of the conditional sale contract, but was given actual notice of it by the plaintiff during the prescribed filing period. In this action, the plaintiff sought to recover the goods from the attaching creditor. Held, the conditional sale contract was void as to the creditor in the absence of a refiling, notwithstanding the actual notice given him during the refiling period. Universal Credit Co. v. Finn, (Wis. 1933) 250 N. W. 391.