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TIIC ATJ.TANTE HERALD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1921. OiTicial Proceedings of ilia County Board for September Meeting' September 13 The hoard of county commissioners mot pursuant to nd- Journmont. Mcnihers present, (Jen. W. )unrnn, Chairman, C. I Hashman ami Onrpe Carrel. The meeting he inff ca!M to order by the chairman,' the following iirorecdinga were had end done to-wit: The day waa ppent in viewing roads, and auditing claims which had been filed for payment. Adjournment Uiken until tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. September 14. The hoard of county commissioner met purr.uant to ad journment. All members.wcre pres ent and the following proceedings were hnd and done to-wit: The hoard purchased of the Avery company through I). U Sturgeon of Alliance, a road razor for the amount of fl.700. It 1a the older of the hoard that claim No. 721, for 75 for freight on the above maintainer be allowed and that the clerk draw a currant In favor of lee Sturgeon in payment of wime and that the warrant be deliv ered to him at once. The above claim was drawn on the road dragging fund and delivered to the above party as of this date. Adjournment taken until tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. September 15 The board of county commissioners met purmiant to ad journment All members were pres ent and the following proceedings were had and done to-wit: The following balances were re ported by the county treasurer, the same being balances in the miscellan eous fund: Payment on wagon $ 40.00 Interest county deposits 6.60 Kent poor farm 70.00 Vnia rnuntv clerk. June 129.f)0 Fees county cleik, July . 14G.75j $392.75 It is the order of the Iwurd that the above amount of $:i!2.75 le trans ferred from the miscellaneous funil to the general fund. The following resolution was adopt ed bv the board: "WHKHEAS. Work has been done upon the highway extending north-, vest from Alliance to llemingford; and I "WHEREAS, Said work was done vilh the understanding of District v r tt il . I n .1 .......1.1 , .nj! iiicr iiici.uan mat k'mm uum be 'designuted us u public highway; und "WHEREAS, About the sum of $2, 000 has lcen drawn in wan ants upon the htatc highway fund of Uox DuLte count v, Nebraska; und "WHEREAS, Stiid road ha.s not ever been . designated us a state highway; row, therefore, bo it "RESOLVED, That the sum of $2, 000 lc transferred from the road fund by the county treasurer of Uox I'.utto county, Nebraska, to the state high way fund of Uox Uutt county, Ne braska, to replace money drawn out of said stale highway fund upon said variants heretofore issued u;oit the Hlate h'ghway fund. Moved by Hashiuan and hcoorulod by Carrel I that above resolution be adopted. Motion carried. Adjournment taken until tomorrow morning ut 9 o'clock. W. C. Mount, cletk, insanity fee; 12.n0 W. C. Mount.", interest on judg ments . 8.40 N. W. Hell Tel. Co., telephones, September S6.R0 Glenn Mount Uledsoe, clerical work f.0.00 Ethel M. Clary, salary. Sept 101.17 T. I Mi.-kimen, salary 'Sept... 100.00 Opal Ru :;oll, salary Septemljer and expense . 154.91 F. W. Irish, county treasurer, envelopes 68.04 F. W. Irish, county treasurer, expense - 6.K2 Avis M. Joder, salary Septem- - ber and expense 175.05 J. H. Carroll, salary Sept. 100.00 The following claims were exam ined and allowed by the board and the clerk ordered to draw warrants on the road fund for same: Jack Griffith, road work $ 15 00 Gabon Iron Works & Mfg. Co., cog rack Ij.00 Elmo Miskimen, road work... Snyder Transfer Co., freight delivery . Newberry Hdw. Co., md.se. K. E. Knight, salary August.. 5.25 7.00 12.61 10.00 The following claims were exam ined and allowed and the clerk or dered to draw warrants on the road dragging fund for same: Department Public Works, trucks $2200.00 Frank Caha, supplies 1.75 Coursev & Miller, grease 3.85 D. Ryan, labor 23.00 Shindler Hdw. Co., supplies 6.00 Adjournment taken until tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. September 17 The board of county commissioners met pursuant to ad journment. Same members present as yesterday and the following proceed ings were had and done, to-wit: The following resolution was adopt ed by the board: WHEREAS, Lot numbered eleven (11), in block numbered eleven (11). original town of Alliance, property of the Church of the Holy Rosary Church of Alliance, Nebraska, and lots five and six (5 & 6), in block numbered seven (7), in Second Addition to Alli ance property of First M. E. Church, Alliance, I5ox Ilutte County, Nebras ka, and lot eleven (11), in block one (1) of the original town of Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska, property of the German Lutheran Church of Homingford, Nebraska, and the Ger man Lutheran Church of Alliance, Ne braska, bus been placed on the tax roll for the year 1920; and WHEREAS, said property is exempt by law from taxation. NOW, THEREFORE, Ue it resolved by the Board of County Commission ers of Uox Buttn County, Nebraska, that the above described property-be stricken from the tax role nn l the same cancelled of record in the man ner and form provided by law. Dated this 17th day of September, 1921. The following claim were examined and allowed and the Clerk ordered to draw warrants on the General Fund for Fame. University Publishing Co., Sup. plies $ University Publishing Co., Sup plies. I. Omaha Irinting Co., Supplies. Burr Printing Co., Printing Allianre Times, Printinir State Journal Co., Tax Table.. J. W. Miller, Salary, Sept. Geo. W. Duncan & Son., Groc eries . Lee Basye, Steno. and Lxp. Geo. Carre'l, Services . . Geo. Carrel), Services, Comm. Geo. W. Duncan, Services, Commissioner 25.00 C. I llashman, Services, Commissioner v 27.00 The following claims were er.amin- LAKESIDE 6.21 6.32 C0.00 7.90 13.75 2.04 125.00 ed and allowed and the Clerk ordered to draw warrants on the Road Fund for same: Nebraska Culvert & Mfg. Co., Culvert $343.00 Nebraska Culvert & Mfg. Co., Culverts ;. $345.00 Jake Craft, Road Work 5.25 Geo. W. Duncan, Road Work . 78.00 C. I Hashman, Road Work 75.60 The claim was examined and reject ed by the Board: C. E. Herrenkohl, dragging $9.60 There being no further business to I The Merdame Ryland and Peterson of tite Standard neifch!xrhood were Alliance shoppers last Wednesday. Kenneth Westover and wife and baby and the former's mother, arrived Thursday for a visit here with the R. A. and Frank Westover families. Geo. Cooper and wife drove in from their ranch north of town Friday with potatoes and young chickens to pell. J-5 00 Mr. ami Mrs. K.'F. Osborn drove to 00 Alliance one day last week to do some -0"Khopping. 29.80 Frank Westover was in town Fri day. Alva Ash returned from pis busi ness trip to Omaha the latter part of the week. Mrs. P. F. Gillesp-e and son, Jack, home Sunday, R. A. Westover is the new clerk at the Mercantile store. O. O. rossenden and children, Rhea and Clarence, visited friends here Sun day. Walter House went to Ashby Sun day to play ball. F. M. Hoenshell, road master, was in Lake?ide Sunday. Tho?e who shipped cattle from here Saturday to eastern markets were: Cox Jones, Frank McFall and Frank Westover. Sunday cattle was shipped from here to eastern markets for the Hooper, Mallory and Fo.st?r Johnson ranches. Herald Want Ads Results. s friends at Alliance the week- held at the attended visited end. The social which was church Friday evening was by quite a large crowd. Ed Tyler hauled fence posts out to his ranch last Thursday. Harvy Whaley and family and Wil ber Goodrich and family drove to An tioch Thursday evening. Hans Peterson has rented rooms at the M. E. parsonage and will soon be at his old profession, shoe repairing. Mrs. I. D. Whaley spent the latter come before the meeting it is the order part of the week with relatives at Al of the Board that adjournment be tak en sine die. C. L. HASHMAN, Chairman. AVIS JODER, Clerk. WONDERFUL GAIN IN WEIGHT REPORTED Young Woman Only Weighed 76 Tounds Now Weighs Over 100 And Is Gaining Every Day. "Before I legan taking Tanlac I only weighed 76 pounds, I now weigh over one hundred and am gaining every day," said Miss LaRue Davis, of Chattanooga, Tenn. "I bought my first bottle of Tanlac at Gas City, Ind., and it helped rie to much that I continue! using it. 1 have always been very delicate and sneered a great deal from stomach trouble and rheumatism. I rarely ever had any appetite and simply could not relish anything. I fell olT until I only weighed 76 pound and was so thin 1 looked perfectly awful. This is the condition I was in when I beijan tcking Tanlac. "Oh, I Tel so different now. Even my complexion is improved. Ply appe tite is good and 1 can !mrd'y get enough to eat. Tanb'.c is simply fraud und I rnn truthfully say it is the only medicine that ever done mc any pood." Tanlac is sold in Alliance by F. E. Hol.-ten and all leading druji-its everywhere. fc? 50.000 cakes of Jap Roe Soap to be given away. Ask your grocer regard ing this free offer. 87p Soptem!er 16 The board of county commissioners met pursuant to ad journment. All members present. The following proceedings were had ami done, to-wit: The following claims, paid by war rant on the state highway fund were examined and approved by the board: Fiovd Hume $ 10.00 Alliance National Bank 34.27 M. D. Elliott 6.00 K P. Shroedcr 125.00 James Neece 100.00 Fred Lichte 104.00 Floyd Hume 8.00 John Henderson 90.00 Schatcr Auto Supply Co. 23.42 Herbert Anderson b-1.00 Rhein Hardware Co. 8.75 Newberry Hardware C. 19.30 11. K. Isham . 21.00 The following claims were examined and allowed by the board and the clerk ordered to draw warrants on the general fund for same: Omaha Printing Co., supplies $St.&8 Snoddy & Graham, insurance. 56.10 W. C. Mounts, for pauper 2.40 The Famous, underwear 2X0 WE ACCEPT SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS Any offer that is made by The Omaha DaUy News will he accepted by us. Send or bring your subscription to THE ALLIANCE HERALD Masonic Temple Building:. . WYOMING HOMESTEADS We are now actively en gaped in locating home seekera on desirable 610 acre grazing homesteads in central Wyoming. The ear lier you go the better the choice. Our charges are extremely reasonable, con sidering the service render ed. Inquire. FARMS and RANCHES We have several custom ers for good Box Butte farms and sandhill ranches. Submit full description and prices with terms on your property. ALLIANCE CITY PROP ERTY Desirable renters want vacant houses or rooms. What have you? We have a few customers for snaps in city property. Come to our office in the Reddish Block Phoue 20. The Thomas Company LLOYD C. THOMAS, Mgr. Alliance, Neb. Service First Service First outh Omaha The Corn Belt Market The Service and Facili ties are Better than Ever Before UNION STOCK YARDS Company, of Omaha, Ltd. Service First Service First liance, The Messrs Roy Rudson, Geo. High land, Roy House and Wilbur Goodrich all went to work on the section here last week. Miss Mae Living went to Bingham Saturday and returned Sunday. , Lucille and Lawrence Osborn went to Bingham Saturday and took in the big barbecue picnic. They returned home Sunday and report a grod time. Frank Kicken and son were in town Saturday. R. D. Kirkpatrick went to Alliance Sat unlay. Ruth, Dale and Bill Pollard spent the week-end with the Dillard's at Halsey, and attended the annual picnic at the big forest seserve Saturday. Frank McFall went to Omaha with cattle Saturday. Albeit Hudson and family who came down from Alliance to visit at the W. H. Hud.son home returned to their Pure Bred Duroc OG SALE H AT Rushville, Neb. Oct. 8,1921 50 PURE BRED HOGS Sows with litters and spring boars, sired by Sensation by Sensation boars. Write for Catalogue. R. L. OLDS, Rushville J. B. MUSSER, Rushville I have a nearly new 30-60 Kumely Tractor, 8 plows, wagon and tank and 1,000 acres of breaking and part to crop is desired. See me at once. This is worth into. lvjokin.c W. W. NORTON r to -TABLE. Thicle, l'rcscription Druggist m b J Si ffl : 10 1 y pi The decorous manner in which our efficient organiza tion conducts a burial service is equalled only by the polite ness with which we serve the public. 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