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COMMISSIONERS
PROCEEDINGS
JUNE 2, 1919.
At 10 o'clock a. m. June 2, Board
of County Commissioners of Valley
county, Montana, convened, pursuant '
to adjournment of May 5th, 1919.
Chairman Peter A. West, Carl J. An
derson and Calvin H. Pippin, and clerk
present.
Minutes of the previous meeting
read and approved as read. The fol
lowing salary claims were acted up
on and approved:
Carl D. Borton, salary as coun
ty attorney ? 83.33
Lillian Hoey, salary as clerk
for county attorney 100.00
Oscar S. Cutting, salary, clerk
of district court .166.66
M. A. Cutting, salary, deputy
clerk district court 137.50
C. W. Kampfer, salary, clerk
& recorder 166.66
Ethel E. Kampfer, salary, dep
uty clerk & recorder 137.50
A. J. Dorr, salary, deputy clerk
& recorder 137.50
j. F. Hoffman, salary, deputy
clerk & recorder 137.50
J. O. Hauge, salary, clerk for
clerk & recorder 115.00
Ethel Powell, salary, clerk for
clerk & recorder 100.00
Caroline W. Clark, salary clerk
for clerk & recorder 100.00
Grace X. Cutting, salary, clerk
for clerk and recorder 100.00
C. F. Turner, salary, county
treasurer 20?.J3
J. W. Barr, salary, clerk for
county treasurer 100.0.'
C. W. Powell, salary as sheriff 229.16
Jack Teal, salary as undersher
iff 162 50
H. H. Seeley, salary as deputy
sheriff
William E. Beizer, salary as
deputy sheriff IT7.50
Nellie Johonnott. salary coun
ty superintendent :f schools 125.00
Marguerite Stratton. salary.
clerk for cour.ty superintend
ent or* schools 100.00
H. G. Wolking. salary as coun
ty auditor 145.83
Margaret E. McGovem. salary
clerk for county auditor 100.00
A. B. Rotering. salary, deputy
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C. J. Hanson, salary, deputy
assessor 137." i
Ruby Griffith, salary, clerk for
assessor 100.00
Betty Nelson, salary, clerk for
for assessor 100.00
M. Caroline Rudberg, salary.
clerk for assessor 100.00
Madge Conroy, salary, clerk
for county agent 100.00
Fred Williamson, salary as
janitor 100.00
Horace O. Gamas, salary as
county assessor 150.00
C. F. Kenney, salary as court
stenographer 173.75
Frank Rice, salary as deputy
assessor 75.00
Sam J. Lebert, salary (balance
as deputy assessor) 170.00
Frank McPherson, salary as
deputy sheriff (May) 75.00
Sam E. Feezell, part payment
contract, ass'g Dist. No. 5 .. 200.00
A. R. Maxwell, Cont. deputy
assessor, district No. 8 390.00
Peter A. West, mileage and per
diem, Co. Com. 66.00
C. J. Anderson, mileage and
per diem, Co. Com 84.00
C. H. Pippin, mileage and per
diem 58.00
At 12 o'clock noon, board of county
commissioners took a reccss until 2
o'clock p. m. of even date.
PETER A. WEST,
Attest: Chairman.
C. W. Kampfer, Clerk.
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AFTERNOON—JUNE 2.
At 2 o'clock p. m. June 2nd, 1919,1
Board of County Commissioners re
' sumed. All members of the board and
clerk present.
On motion, the following school dis- j
tricts are hereby created, to-wit:
: School district No. 15, to be known I
as the South Bench district, with the
j following described boundaries:
Beginning at a point on the mid-!
I section line in section 28, township 30
N., range 36 east, where same is in
tersected by the section line between
1 sections 21 and 2S, same township and
range, thence west along said section
line projected to where same is inter
sected by the section line between
sections 2S and 29, township 30 north,
range 35 east, thence south along said
; section line projected to where same
is intersected by the section line be
tween sections S and 17. township 29
north, range 35 east, thence west along
said section line projected to where
same is intersected by the section line
between sections 17 and 1*S. township
29 north, range 35 east, thence .south
along said section line projected to
where same is intersected by the
township line between twps. 25 and 26
N., thence east along said twp. line to
township line to where saame is in
tersected by the west boundary line to
where same is intersected by the west
boundary line of School District No.
4. thence north along said boundary
line to the point of beginning.
School District -No. 12, to be known
as the Victory district, with the fol
lowing described boundaries:
Beginning at a point on the town
ship line between townships 29 and 30
north, where same is intersected by
the Porcupine creek, thence west along
said township line to where same is
intersected by the section line between
sections 1 and 2. township 29 north,
range 40 east, thence south along said
section line projected, and following
its jogs and corrections, to where
same is intersected by the section line
between sections 5 and 6, township 25
north, range 41 east, thence east along
said section line projected, to where
same is intersected by the Porcupine
creek, thence up said creek to the point
Or. motion, petition for the ap
pointment of Frank Took of Hinsdale
as justice of the peace of Hinsdale
is hereby approved and the clerk is
here: y instructed to issue certificate
of appointment.
On motion, poor and special road
tax of Lillian Peterson, page 75, line
6, is hereby ordered cancelled on ac
count of error.
On motion, item on page 50, line 35
on delinquent tax book is ordered can
celled as receipt book shows payment
of said item at Number 3727, dated
November 30th, 1918.
On motion, penalty and publication
; on page 45, line one, amounting to
' #4.05, is hereby ordered cancelled on
account of error.
! On motion, S. E. Richardson of Sco
j bey, Mont., is hereby appointed deputy
; regirstrar.
On motion, Fred G. Swanson of Av
ondale, Mont., is hereby appointed
deputy registrar.
At 5 o'clock p. m. board of county
commissioners adjourned until 10
o'clock a. m., Tuesday, June 3rd, 1919.
PETER A. WEST,
Attest: Chairman.
C. W. Kampfer, Clerk.
FORENOON—JUNE 3.
At 10 o'clock a. m. Tuesday, June
3rd, 1919, Board of County Commis
sioners of Valley county, resumed,
pursuant to adjournment of June 2nd;
all members and clerk present.
On motion, the taxes on real estate
of Mrs. Constance Floyd are hereby
declared separated from those of Mrs.
J. A. Floyd, in as far as it affects
lots 8-9 of block 8, city of Glasgow.
The following resolution was unan
imously adopted: "Whereas, A re
spected and estemmed member of the
first board of county commissioners
of Valley comity, Mo- tana, Eugene D.
Coleman, ha- an .ered the last roll
call, and
"Whereas, It is the desire of this
board to express its appreciation of
the wise counsel lie was ever ready
to offer in the many public matters
with which it lias been confronted, and
to extend to the bereaved wife and
family its sincere sympathy in this
hour of their very material loss;
"Therefore, be it resolved: That in
the passing of Eugene I). Coleman,
his family is deprived of the compan
ionship of a kind and loving husband
and father, the city, county and state
of a public-spirited and prominent cit
izen, and his friends o fa tine friend
to the deserving, ever ready to as
sist the needy, without regard to creed,
color, or the country from whence
they came; and of whom it may be
said in the fullest meaning of the sen
timent: 'He lived to bless mankind',
and be it further
"Resolved: That a copy of these
resolutions be spread on the minutes
of the meeting of this board, a copy
I supplied to the official paper of the
! county for publication, and a copy
mailed to the family of the departed
friend.
"Dated at Glasgow, Mont., this 3rd
day of June, 1919.
"PETER A. WEST,
"Chairman of the Board of County
Commissioners of Valley County.
"CARL J. ANDERSON,
"CALVIN H. PIPPIN,
"Members of Board."
At 12 o'clock noon, board took a
recess until 2 o'clock p. m. of even
date.
PETER A. WEST,
Chairman.
C. W. Kamfer, Clerk.
Attest:
AFTERNOON—JUNE 3.
At 2 o'clock p. m. June 3rd, 1919,
Tuesday, the Board of County Com
missioners resumed; all members of
the board and clerk present.
On motion, taxes of Jacob Bilek are
hereby ordered cancelled, excepting
the sum of S14.53, as it appears on j
page 4^, line 16, to conform with 1917 :
assessment.
The following claims on the general |
fund were passed on and approved:
Equity Co-Oper. Assn., fuel for
county attorney's office S 19.45 j
Fair Store, yard goods for De
tention hospital 1.69 :
City Meat Market, supplies for
Detention hospital 16.70
Frank Tooke, publication
teachers' examination 5.00
Roy Huber, carpenter work, De
tention hospital 2.50 i
H. O. Gamas, auto hire for
treasurer 9.00
Jos. A. Whetstone, printing .... 78.50
S. F. Blanchard, ice for Deten
tion hospital 10.00
A. J. Ratzlaff, Pmt. slaughter
ed stock 50.00
A. N. Smith, insanity hearing.. 5.00
A. N. Smith, insanity hearing.. 5.00
T. J. Hocking, fixtures, county
: offices 470.90
i C. P. Davis, services as guard.. 16.00
Mountain States Tel. & Tel,
long distance tolls 43.00
The Great Falls Tribune, run
ning ferry advertisement
Disallowed
Burroughs Add. Machine Co.,
inspection, ribbon, etc 2.81
Burroughs Add. Machine Co.,
attention to machines 24.70
W. J. Dobbin, delivering bal
lots 15.00
John S. Lee, J. F. fees and
mileage 3.30
\V. E. Haller, auto hire for
sheriff 17.50
Peter McGuire, wood for De
tention hospital 5.75
A. A. Cameron, county agent
work 100.00
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First National Bank, rei
perintendent of sehooD
A. P. Erickson, auto hi;
sheriff
Chas. E. Peterson, suppi
Detention hospital
Chas. E. Peterson, bin
death certificates
W. G. Curry, auto hire 1
superintendent of sein
Lewis-Wedum Company.
tral hospital, supplies
Lucy Walters, paying
dress
Lucy Walters, paying
tion hospital
Goldie Anderson, laundre
tention hospital
Ruby Baldwin, laundre de
tention hospital
S. F. Blanchard, ice for Deten
tion hospital
Mrs. Jesse Adams, sup; for
DLetention hospital .
D. D. Wells, supplies for 1 >eten
tion hospital
Rundle Land & Abstract Co.,
rent of Central hospital
Marie Terliark, cook at Deten
tion hospital
Mrs. Eva Jacobson, housekeep
er, Detention hospital
Kent & DeHaven, repairs to
chair in clerk's office
Gladys Tate, clerk for County
auditor
A. P. Erickson, auto hire for
county superintendent
E. L. Hayes, exterminating go
phers
Lewis Beizer, distributing go
pher poison
Lewis-Wedum company, sup
plies for jail
M. A. Walker, maps for asses
sor
Nellie Johonnott, expense of
county superintendent schools
Valley Transfer Company,
draying, County Superintend
ent of schools 1-50
Dr. Price Lewis, fumigating .... 3.00
W. W. Wolfe, supplies for De
tention hospital 13.15
North Side Grocery, supplies
for Detention hospital 31.50
J. C. Simpkins, insanity hear
ing 5.00
Markle Transfer Company, coal
for Detention hospital 25.75
Markle Transfer Company,
drayage 1.00
Clarence Henningson, distribut
ing poison 30.75
A. B. Rotering, expenses as
deputy assessor 40.68
T. J. Hocking, outlay account .. 26.55
Mountain States Tel. & Tel.
Co., tel. tolls, county build
143.08
22.00
15.00
286.80
45.00
10.52
1.80
100.00
6.00
10.00
5.00
15.00
12.60
50.00
1.30
50.00
4.75
29.97
15.00
4.00
109.00
10.20
10.00
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T. J. Hocking, commissioners.. 47.60
Gladys Tate, clerk for county
agent 26.64
Selig & North, supplies for De
tention hospital 12.85
T. J. Hocking, supplies for Co.
superintendent school 33.85
T. J. Hocking, quarantine cards 5.00
T. J. Hocking, Royal ribbon,
county attorney 1.00
T. J. Hocking, supplies, county
auditor 10.50
T. J. Hocking, supplies for
clerk & recorder 26.60
T. J. Hocking, supplies, clerk
of court 2.75
T. J. Hocking, stores account .. 32.75
T. J. Hocking, supplies for au
ditor 28.70
T. J. Hocking, supplies for Co.
agent 20.50
T. J. Hocking, supplies for
sheriff 14.10
T. J. Hocking, supplies for as
sessor 15.05
G. W. Rapp, fees as Justice of
the Peace 45.00
Peter Burger, J. P. fees 3.00
Melville Walker, J. P. fees 3.00
Matt Murray, J. P. fees 3.00
H. A. Yotter, J. P. fees 3.00
OrvaLE. Mason, J. 1'. fees 3.00
Otto Christinson, J. P. fees 3.00
Roy Catt, J. P. fees and mile
age 7.00
Art Whitney, J. 1'. fees and
mileage 8.50
E. Holt, J. P. fees and mileage 11.40
H. A. Sampson, J. P. fees and
mileage G-00
Martin Milston, .T. 1'. fees and
mileage ^-60
Clarence Rater, J. 1'. fees and
mileage 6.00
Fred White, J. P. fees and mile
age
Albert Leietiko, J. P. fees and
mileage 7-60
Charles Ohleson, J. P. fees and
mileage
Arthur E. Carlson, J. P. fees
and mileage 7-40
J. W. Wedum. rent of county
attorney's office 25.00
Coleman Hdw. Co., supplies
for county buildings 22.80
Coleman Hdw. Co., supplies
for Detention hospital 18.50
Frank McPherson, serving sub
poenas 13.50
C. W. Powell, board of prison
ers 56.25
Chas. A. Farmer, constable
fees 23.30
H. G. Wolking, postage & pet
ty cash 135.67
H. G. Wolking, petty cash re
imbursement 58.00
At 4 o'clock p. m. Board of County
Commissioners adjourned until 10
o'clock a. m., June 4th, 1919.
PETER A. WEST,
Attest: Chairman.
C. W. Kampfer, Clerk.
FORENOON—JUNE 4.
At 10 o'clock a. m. June 4th, 1919,
Board of County Commissioners of
Valley county, Montana, resumed pur
suant to adjournment of June 3rd,
1919; all members of the board and
clerk present.
On motion, the clerk is hereby in
structed to issue warrant to Chas. T.
Yeatts in lieu of General Fund War
rant No. 19767, cancelled March 8,
1919.
At 12 o'clock noon, Board took a
recess until 2 o'clock of even date.
PETER A. WEST,
Attest: Chairman.
C. W. Kampfer, Clerk.
AFTERNOON—JUNE 4.
At 2 o'clock p. m., Board of County
Commissioners resumed; all members
of the board and clerk present.
Oil motion, the sum of $117.68 is
hereby' ordered transferred from Con
tingent Fund to Sinking Fund.
Monthly report of clerk & recorder
for month of May is approved and or
dered filed by the clerk.
Quarterly report of clerk & record
er is approved and ordered filed by
the clerk.
Monthly report of clerk of court
for the month of May approved and
ordered filed.
The following road petitions were
acted on as follows:
Petition No. 902 for a road begin
ning at the southwest corner of the
NW!4 of the NWV& of section 32 and
ending at the center of the NE Vi of
said section 32, township 28, north,
range 40 east, taken up and Peter A.
West and W. H. Mann apopinted to
investigate as to the merits of the
said petition.
Petition No. 903 for a road begin
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ning at the point where the U. S. R. S.
canal intersects the north and south
center line of section 35, township 28
north, range 40 east, and ending at
the southeast corner of section 35,
township 28 north, range 40 east, ta
ken up and Peter A. West a d W. H.
Mann, appointed to investigî as to
the merits of the said petition.
Petition No. 904 for a road begin
ning at the northeast corner of sec
tion 3, township 34 north, range 39
east, and ending at the southeast cor
ner of section 4, township 34 north,
range 39 east, taken up and Carl J.
Anderson and W. H. Mann appointed
to investigate as to the merits of the
said petition.
It having come to the attention of
the board of county commissioners that
the county road on the south side of
section 25, township 28 north, range
38 east, is obstructed; The County
Surveyor is hereby directed to give
notice to parties maintaining such ob
struction to have same removed.
The purchasing agent is hereby di
rected to purchase one car of bridge
lumber, lengths and sizes as desir
ed by the county surveyor, purchase
to be made from Piper-Howe Lumber
Company, as per bid.
- At 5 o'clock p. m., Board of County
Commissioners adjourned until 10
o'clock a. m. June 5th, 1919.
PETER A. WEST,
Attest: Chairman.
C. W. Kampfer, Clerk.
FORENOON—JUNE 5.
At 10 o'clock a. m. June 5th, Board
of County Commissioners of Valley
county resumed, pursuant to adjourn
ment of June 4th, 1919; all members
of the board and clerk present.
Quarterly report for quarter ending
May 31st, 1919, of county treasurer
approved and ordered filed by the
clerk.
On motion, county auditor is hereby
instructed to purchase computing ma
chine for clerk and recorder's office.
County Surveyor W. H. Mann ap
peared before the board and request
ed that the pay of M. A. Walker be
raised from five to six dollars per
diem.
On motion, the pay of M. A. Walk
er is hereby ordered raised from five
to six dollars per diem.
At 12 o'clock noon, board took a re
cess until 2 o'clock of even date.
PETER A. WEST,
Attest: Chairman.
C. W. Kampfer, Clerk.
AFTERNOON—JUNE 5.
At 2 o'clock p. m. June 5th, 1919,
Board of County Commissioners of
Valley county resumed; all members
of the board and clerk present.
A delegation waited on the board
to discuss the matter of improving
road conditions north of Oswego.
Monthly report and trial balance
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