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Watertown,S. D.. Oct. 25th, 4010. Aa.',per call of County Auditor./the board met to finish up the bridge bus iness, and mice final settlement with the bridge Co.. on aiU work completed and to take up the matter with the Hamlin county board on the joint bridge, which had been petitioned for on the county line, this bridge was dropped for the present as it could not be built before the cold weather set in. The board viewed the bridges com pleted, and the following bills was al lowed on the bridge fund. Security Bridge Co., payment on contract $350.00 Security Bridge Co.,final settle ment 3853.78 South Shore Republican, county printing....... .....31.00 C. K. Overhusle, postage] 5.20 Stover Construction Co.,curb and gutter for c:-jrt yard 275.45 The following bill was allowed on poor fund: Watertown Hospital case of Shrier and Morris at hospital 120.00 The following bills was allowed on county fund: Warren Page com per diem and mileage $9.80 A. H. Ristvedt com per idem and mileage 12.20 M. W. Westfall com per diem and mileage 12.00 Peter Philp com per diem and mileage 12.40 John A. Ries com per diem and mileage 15.75 John A. Ries, Chairman. Attest. E.I. Lampy, County Auditor. Watertown, South Dakota, November 10th, 1910. Board met as per adjournment with all members present, and proceeded to canvass the election returns of the judges of the several precincts of the county with the final count as follows for each candidate. Representatives in Congress Charles Burk.r 1436 Eben W Martin, 1190 W W Soule, E Kelley, 676 W Edgar, pro 91 Knute Lewis, pro 78 Judge of the Supreme Court 4th Ditsrict Ellision Smith 1483 Judge of the Supreme Court 5th District James McCoy 1562 For Governor Robert S Vessey, ,1461 Chauncey Wood, 762 O W Butterfield, pro 68 Opsahl, ind 29 -^Lieutenant Governor Frank Byrne, 1423 A Davenport, 720 A GranstrOm.pro 73 S Goodfellow, ind 29 Secretary of State Samuel Polley.r 1415 John Cogan, 671 W Mingus, pro 78 Anderson, ind 28 Attorney General Royal Johnson,r 1457 W A Lynch, ... 650 Stacy A Cochran, ind 32 State Auditor Henry Anderson,r 1462 Daniel Finnegan, 639 Ed Newcomb, pro 71 Leroy Hixson.ind 28 'State Treasurer 'George Johnson,r .1446 A A Boynton,d 640 John Wilson, pro .74 W Ringsdorf, ind .27 Commissioner of Schools and Public Lands Brinker, 1432 Raymond, 653 A Hinsvark.pro. 74 Walter Roush.ind .27 •Superintendent of Public Instruction Lawrence,r. 1419 Nolan,d 645 W Jolley, pro 73 Pietila, ind 27 Railroad Commissioner William Smith, ... .1425 Warren Young.d ..665 W S Rowden.pro 72 N Skutt.ind 27 Judge 3d Judicial Circuit Seward .1692 State Senator 28th District S Rowe, rep. 1136 WierSbeck, dem.. 1186 /Representatives 31st District AC Burnstad, rep... 1269 Stuverud, 1190 JFred Stroup 1228 jPjtjP Richardson, dem. Walsh d... '"A Foley, dem.... County Treasurer— O'Toole, rep.... .rtS^Glen King, dem .... Sheriff— mm wsp*-*- s* vim* ard of County Commi .848 .994 1591 .684 '••-W County .Auditor— •Joe MiHk,rep. Albert Hanten.dem. ...1603 ....647 Frank Elkins.rep ,.... .1391 S a 1 0 2 0 ":r Register.ofDeeds— William*, rep., Clerk of Courts-"* William Gesley, rep, O Lane, dem.-L- .lfei .1333 ..967 Arthur Sherin M«Wt.-W Sheafe Jc,dem, CountySurveyor George W Carpenter,r. .V. w. .1532 County Coroner «:MFreeblu*,r».vl^ A Petrie, d. rpf .. .1 County Judge John Nicholson, .. .1583 County Commissioner 1st district- W Westfall, rep 635 A Gilruth, ind ...405 County Commissioner 2nd Dist Warren Page, r........" 163 Albert Zwieg, d.. ..rfiSfc. 175 County Commissioner 5th district— j. A- Ries, rep ISO J. P. Ries, dem. Justice of the Peace E'A. Gove ....... ....1516 Max Michaels 1454 A Davis. ........ 1417 Constable 1 Rank E Peck 1475 W Schoenberger............ .1438 County Option Yes 694 County Option No.. 1580 Relating to Railroad Headlight Yes 742 No 1302 Relating to the transportation of Dead bodies and license of Embalmers Yes 717 No 1207 Relating to the removal and suspen sion of public officials Yes No 1253 Relating to the State Militia Yes 419 No 1325 Relating to the division of the state into Congressional Districts Yes .618 No 1082 Relating to renting of Public Lands Yes 979 No 1138 Relating to the salary of the Attor ney General Yes 873 No 1205 Relating to Woman Suffrage Yes 716 No 1476 Relating to die Amount of Debt of counties and cities Yes 737 No ......1244 Relating to Taxation Yes 663 No 1231 Relating to the Establishment of state institutions Yes ,738 No .1137 On motion the candidates for legis lative and county offices receiving the highest number of votes was duly declared elected to their respective office for which they were a candi date. On motion board adjourned to 9 clock, Nov. 11th, 1910. November 11th, 1910, Board met as per adjournment, all members present. On motion the salary bills for the county officials their deputies and clerks was allowed for October. On motion the following bills was allowed on county fund. Wm. Luck, shoes for prisoner $3 00 M. R. Allen electric supplies 6.00 Brown & Saenger.elec suppies $199.78 Dak. Cent. Tel. Co., rental and phoning 9.80 Geo. D. Barnard, records and tabs 37.20 Van Dusen Elev. Co., fuel for court house Times Pub Co., letter heads American Pub. Co. blanks K. Overhulse, attending teach ers meeting Tom McBath, coal for court house Whitford postage Scott Foresman schoolbooks H. Wiersbeck sheriff fees 228.35 R. Siawson boarding prisoners 235.50 Watertown Light & Power Co., elec lights 54.35 Laid Norton Lumber Co., cement and lumber 8.75 On Game Fund W. Schoenberger game warden 50.00 Catarrh Cannot Be Cored. 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