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pi M? PAGE SIX .rt iV '4 P! 1 8 OFFICIAL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS County Commissioners of Stutsman Countv. Proceedings of Board of County Com missioners of Stutsman County helf at their rooms at the Court House ii Jamestown, North Dakota, July 5th 1922, Board met pursuant to law at 9 o clock A. M. All members present. Proceedings of June 6 and 7th were read and approved. County Auditor reported warrants drawn for salaries of County Officers* deputies and clerks for June and Moth ers' pensions for July 1922 as follows: "War No. 7948 Andrew Blewett Countv Auditor ?_Ub.t7 7950 A.'Parkinson, deputy County Auditor 1G5.0« 7953 Mary Gates, deputy County Auditor 7958 Myrtle Buenen, clerk County Auditor 7959 Jessie Severn, clerk County Auditor 7960 Therese Ilamm, deputy County Auditor 7!)G1 Geo. T. Richmond, a-c Hail Dept. County Treasurer 7904 Villetta Willows, clerk County Treasurer 7905 Ida Wertz, clerk 86.01 86.00 86.66 86.66 clerk County Auditor 7902 Albert F. lCdfust. County Treasurer 7903 Gus Koth, deputy 125.00 i 206.61 150.0IJ 80. GC County Treasurer si.oo 7955 M. O. Ruud Register of Deeds 160.60 7900 A. D. Mahoney, deputy Register of Deeds 150.00 7954 Margaret Mutz, cleric Register of Deeds Sb.Ofc 7907 Anna Marihart, clerk .. Register of Deeds 80.0'| 8010 Augusta Ruud, clerk, Register of Deeds 4J.rfJ 79G8 R. O. McFarland, County Judge _us..n 7909 Ducy Matson, clerk ,,rnn County Judge IIj.ou 7970 Jesse M. Cran. Clerk of Court 160.07 7971 E. L. Jaten. deputy, Clerk of Court 9°-0() 7950 Harriet 13. Perry. Institute i Fund, Supt of Schools 7.05 7957 Harriet E. Perry Supt of Schools -00.07 7972 Helen M. Barrett, deputy ,_A„ Supt. of Schools 124.00 7973 Mary K. Cusator, field deputy Supt of Schools IOj.uJ 7974 Winnifred G. Moris School Nurse ,Cnnn Supt of School 150.0® 7975 Geo. Lut*. office rent Supt of School 50.00 7976 Louis G. Tellner, States Attorney 166.67 7977 Louis G. Tellner, office rent States Attorney 30.00 7978 F. G. Kneeland, assistant States Attorney 100.00 7979 Mary Schneider, clerk States Attorney 86.06 7980 Dana Wright, Sheriff 208.34 7981 Dana Wright, Jailer Sheriff 50-00 7982 L. B. Allen, deputy Sheriff 100.00 7983Mabel Foreman, clerk County Agent 86.66 7949 L. Schneider,. Janitor 110.00 7984 A. J. Lorain, stenographer, District Court 35.85 7985 B. F. Tillitson, steno. District Court 35.8^ 7986 Walter Lange ,Supt. of Poor Farm 100.0C 7987 Dr. R. G. DePuy, County Physician 83.34 Mothera' IViinIoim 7988 Lydia Becker $15.00 7989 Georgia E. Bethke 16.00 7990 Anna Brown 32.0(| 7991 Flora Fuhrman 16.00 7992 Blanche O. Finn 45.00 7993 Gena Harrington 45.(Mi 7994 Trena Johnson 10.00 7995 Anna Jarosz 45.0*4 7990 Clara Keaton 15.00 7997 Minnie Klein 30.00 7998 Dolly Kopp 40.0C 7999 Harrietta Dee Sli.00 8000 Christy Miller 15.00 8001 Clara Mohler 48 00 8002 Mary Stampka 40.00 8003 Carrie Posey Ii4.00 8004 Mina Speali -la.00 8005 Ida Titsworth 24.00 8006 Katherine C. Toohey 30.00, 8007 Hattie Ulriekson 16.00 8008 Sophia Waldera 15.0C 800901ga Wadley 45.00 8017 Bertha Hauntz 45.0C The following bills, were read, aud ited and 011 motion allowed. 9100 W. H. Noel, Final Est. F.A.P. No. 65 $2816.93 9101 N. D. Metal Culvert Co. Final Est F.A.P. No. 55 118.871 9102 W. H. Noel Est. No. 0 .No. 56-H 245.26 9103 W. H. Noel, Est No. 2. F.A.P. No. 56-G 3903.69 9104 Fred Delger, a-c Kensal Road Contract 200.00 9105 Western Electric Co. light for Court House, Jail and Poor Farm 58.89 9106 Woodworth Rustler, Court Calendars-District Court 50.00 9107 Fred Opp, Registering Voters, Flint Twp 10.00 9108 County Treasurer, Witness certificates, District Court 77.30 9109 County Treasurer, Jurors Certificates, District Court ....1276.3(1 9110 County Treasurer, Postage, freight and express quarter ending June 30th, 1922 117.07 9111 County Treasurer, District Road Certificates 1062.26 9112 Alert Publishing Co., printing and advertising: 84.32 9113 Alert Publishing Co., print ing election notices 201.06 9114 Morris Printing Co., office supplies 25.25 9115 Knight Printing Co., office supplies 88.71 9116 Knight Printing Co., sup plies, steno. District Court 32.50 9117 Walker Bros, office supplies 272.1C 9118 Walker Bros. Election supplies, Ballots, booths,' etc 900.40 9119 Globe Gazette Printing Co. electric Mimeograph :.... 250.00 9120 Greenstein Bros, hauling Booths, election precincts 17.50 9121 White Drug: Co., office supplies 7.60 9132 City of Jamestown, water for Ciurt House, Lawn and Sheriff's Residence, -.- quarter ending June 20th, 1922 34.81 9123 International Chemical Co. supplies to Court House ...... ...... 28.60 9124 Lewis Grocery' Co., supplies to'Court House .—.... 4127 126. Crescent Steam Laundry, Laundry- for Court House ...v 5.43 9126..BeiiOrlady, supplies ..tf Cottrt House ... -10.20 9126 Ben Orlady,' supplies to Poor Farm 8.88 ilt7 Machinery Repair Co., -,,••• supplies to CoyrtHouse 2.26 •I8» Edward Asp. repairs, ., CoartJHouse Taylor Court How* jitO Chenery_* Co.. supplies ^f i^W--'Court• Hotise —i£,— Jte —. in 9134 Jamestown Hardware Co., supplies to Court House 14.85 9135 Phillip Schneider, labor on Court House Lawn 14.41} 9136 Jamestown Steam Laundry, Laundry for Jail 3.15 9137 D. H. Long, supplies to. Court House ...........1 10,36 9138 W. H." Lange, labor at Poor Farm 4.00 9139 Peter Wojick, patrol man Truck driver 100.00 9140 A. L. Hart, Patrol man Truck driver 100.00 9141 Jack Jackson, labor at Poor Farm 40.^0 9142 Jamestown Hardware Co., supplies to Poor Farm 7.06 9143 Dr. J. A. Ottinger, ser vices. Poor Farm 12.2C 9144 Haas Merc. Co., supplies, Poor Farm 37.3c 9145 Johnson Bros, supplies Poor Farm 32.85 9140 Johnson Bros, supplies. Poor Farm 5.75 9147 White Clothing Co. supplies, Poor Farm 17.40 9148 T. S. Halllgan, supplies Poor Farm 1-00 9149 The Wonder Store, supplies to Poor Farm v 4.57 9149 The Wonder, Store, supplies to Court House 7.70 9150 Mason Motor Co., supplies to Poor Farm 15-75 9151 Greenstein Bros. hauling culverts -'00 9152 Max Rick, registering voters for Rose Twp 9.30 9153 John Kubler, registering voters for Germania precinct 7.4C 9154 Will Hambleton, registering voters for Woodworth Village 9.80 9155 It. G. Lippert, registering voters for Lippert Twp 7.50 9156 Harry Beach, assessor for Fourth District 71.0( 9157 Cancelled. 9158 Mary E. Cusator, mile age. quarter ending June 30th, 1922 46.05 9159 Harriette E. Perry .mileage quarter ending, June 30th, 192J1 310.2E 9100 Winnil'red G. Morris mileage quarter ending, June 30th, 1922 32.8T 9161 Trinity Hospital, care of Delbert Gray 88.8f 91G2 Dr. W. S. Melzer, fumigating 11-c Board of Health 10.3E 9163 Hariett E. Perry, telephone lis lor May and June 12.55 9164 County Auditor, extra, work Hall Insurance Abstract 19.00 9165 Dr. W. C. Nolte, services Board of Insanity 14.0C 9100 A. L. Aylmer, services Board of Insanity 4.01 9167 State Treasurer, Care of Feeble-Mlnded $457.50 9168 State Treasurer, Insurance Premiums, Court House 49.00 9169 Agricultural College, salary and expense, County Agent, I May 285.36 9170 St. John's Orphanage, Board and care of McDonnell Chil dren 75.00 9171 Trinity Hospital, care of 1 Elizabeth Bender 90.00 9172 Trinity Hospital, care of Myron B. Haines 59.7C 9173 Capital Taxi Line, ambulance service 6.00 9174 H. C. Flint, casket I and burial unknown man 73.0C 9175 H. C, Flint,', fumigating a-c Board of-Health 13.6C 917G Dr. G. D. Todd, services to Mrs. Gamble 20.0l 9177 Weld Twp 75 percent supplies to Poor 182.?C 9178 Village of Montpelier supplies to Poor 74.71 9179 Village of Cleveland, supplies to Poor 6J.0C 9180 Walters Twp., supplies to Poor 99.07'. 9181 Dana Wright, special Deputy Sheriff 57.00 918,2 Dana Wright, Board of Prisoners 108.00 9183 Dana Wright, Mileage and livery for June 104.80 9184 Dana Wright, delivering elec tion supplies, Primary Election 180.90 9185 A. J. Jackson, work on Road north of Edmunds 1483.10 918G Village of Streeter, Road work East of Streeter 7.53 9187 Ed Cooper, dragging road, Woodworth 24.0C 9188 Raymond Thimmesch, work on Red Trail 4 Windsor 30.00 9189 R. C.' Martin, work on Red Trail, Windsor 54.0Q 9190 John Thimmesch, work on Red Trail, Windsor 12.00 9191 |Sd Hoye, iVork on Red Trail, Windsor 34.00 9192 Emil Hintz, work on Red Trail, Windsor 12.00 9193 Oscar B. Olson, work on Red Trail, Wlndpor 3.0'( 9194 Elmer Hoye, work on Red 1 Trail, Windsor 15.00 9195 Earl Shaver, work on Red 1 Trail Windsor 48.0C 9196 Nels B. Langseth, work on Red Trail, Windsor 3G.0C 9197 W. H. Noel, Est No. 7. F.A.P. No. 56 Sec. II 2682.20 9198 Julius Carson, work on Red Trail, Windsor 12.00 9199 Fred Browning, Work on Road, Woodworth 83.7D 9200 Standard Oil Co. gasoline an doil for County Truck 252.32 9201 Sam Richards, work on I Sunshine Trail 9.00 9202 H. W. Pond, work on Red Trail and Lake Road 52.5C 9203 H. B. Edwards, Road Patrolman, Sec. 31 S.H. 18 86.45 9204 O. H. Larson, Road Patrol man, S.H. No. 6 i 117.5C 9205 Grant Ova road patrolman Section 33, S.H. No. 18 21.6(\ 9206 C. E. Crandall road patrolman. Sec. 32, S.H. No. 18 48.20 9207 State Highway Commission freight and handling 2 trucks -. .' 65.40 9208 State Highway Commission, 3-5 ton P.A. Trucks 1333.4^ 9209 N.D. Metal Culvert Co. Culverts 303.9fi 9210 N.W. Sheet and Iron Works Culverts 561.60 9211 N.W. Sheet and Iron Works. Culverts-Midway Twp 76.80 9212 N.W. Sheet and Iron Works, Culverts, Cusator Township .' 176.4C\ On motion Board adjourned to 2 o' clock P. M. Afternoon SeanloB, July Stfc 1922 Board met pursuant to adjournment at 2 o'clok P. M. All members present. Delegation from Pingree Twp ap peared before the Board also petition:, were presented for the apppintment of Weed Commissioners whicti was 01 motion deferred for astion during thif meeting. On motion Board adjourned to 9 o' clock A. M. July 6th, 1922. Morning Sexulon, July Oth, 1922 Board met pursuant to adjournment at 9 o'clock A. M. All members present. On, motion the Board took a recese to 9, o'clock A.M. July 7th, on account of the canvassing Board meeting' and investigated Road on Sunshine Trail and Bridge sites' south of Jamestown, Morning Seaalra,' July 7th, 1922 Board met pursuant to adjournment at 9 o'clock. A.M. All members present. The- canvassing: Board not having finished canvassing the returns of the Primary Blection th^, Board on motion took a Recess to 9 ,o'clock A M., July 8th, 1922, and investigated Road a' Kensal and Courtenay and Vicinity. Maniac Se«al«n, Jaly 8th, IMS Board re-conVened at 9 o'clock A.M. All members present. The following bill# were read, audi Ited and on motlon alloweO. War. No, Btectlou Cost bills 92777.99 9213 R. M. Thimmesch ,labor on Red TralJ 15.00 9214 R. H. Htmni, work 1 5 on R«4 Trjjl 1„.— 116 tat A- ifX n 7V Sunshine Highway 9223 ChaB Hauck, work on Sun shine Highway 9224 Chas Hauck, work on Sunshine Highway 9225 Normaii Gatz, work on Sunshine Highway 9226 W. H. Long, work on Sunshine Highway 9227 Loyls Coop, work on Sunshine Highway 9228 Ernest Ellis, work on Which motion prevailed. War. No. 9234 Geo. H. Crawford, Justice 4T.50 rent of Telephone for July .... 9217 County Auditor, telephone tolls 9218 John Marihart & Son 1 supplies *nd repairs to Poor Farm ......i.. .'.... 9219 White Clothing Co., supplies/ to Poor Farm/ 9220 Strong Twp labor and material for Road near Woodworth ...... i... 9221 W. E. Buckwalter, labor dragging roads 9222 R. C. Nichols, work on 8*5 .' 3.00 Sunshine Highway 9229 Emery Walters work on Sunshine Highway 9230 Louie Kasper, work on road in Durham and Ashland township 9231 Village of Woodworth, 75 percent care of 17.25 12.7E Supt of Poor Farm Wheat Sold Supt of Poor Farm, Produce Sold ......... Justice of Peace, Costs Care of aFeeble-Minded Supt of Schools 7.35 28.00 Poor 122.55 9232 John C. Walker, canvass ing Votes Primary. Election .... 10.0C 9233 P. ,W. Eddy, canvassing" Votes Primary Election 10.00 Justice of Peace reports of J. A. Mur phy, Frank L. Kellogg, Otto Weincke J. H. Ratzlaff, Geo. H. Crawford and Will Hambleton were presented, ap^ proved by the States Attorney and Mr. Anderson moved that the. reports be accepted and fees therein' allowed as follows: Fees 6.20 9235 Otto Wiencke, Justice Fees 14.30 »236 Will Hambleton, Justice Fees 14.75 9237 J.J. Dittbenner, Constable Fees 18.20 9238 Ole Johnson, constable 1 fees 2.lr 9239 K. O. Anderson, jurors fees 2.10 1240 Thomas Thompson, jurors fee 2.10 9241 R. O. Miller, jurors fees 2.10 (242 Glen Skiner, Jurors fees 2.10 9243 Henry Graves, jurors fees .... 9244 N. O. Challberg,- jurors fees 9245 Mrs. M. J. Fry, witness fees 9246 Gust Steinhouse, witness fees 9247 J. W. Hddinger, witness fees 4.2| 9248 Irvln King, witness fees .... 4.40 9249 Frank L. Kell6gg, Justice 2.10 2.10 4.40 4.30' Fees *. 32.00 9250 Ole Johnson, constable fees 3.00 9251 John Willis, witness fees .... 4.30 9252 J. H. Ratzlaff, Justice fees.. 14.05 9253 J. W. Foster, constable fees 15.65 9254 James A. Murphy, Justice fees 112.30 9425 John Wojick, Final Est. Road No, 3. 1352.50 9451 Fred H. DelsMr, due on 'I Est No. 3. Kensal Rcfad :v.1570.00 9452 Fred H. Delger dUd On Est No. 3 Kensal Road ,700I00 9453 Fred H. Delger, due on Est} No. 3 Kensal Road 1100.0Q 9255 to 9424—942% to 9450 and 9454 to 9622 Election Cost Bills. Petitions were received asking the Board to appoint a Weed Commission^ er for the 3rd Commissioner's District nd the County Board deeming it ad visable that a Commissioner of IJox-, ious weeds be apppinted in, and fo| the Third Commissioners District and Mr/ Kasper moved that A. A. Hoff man be appointed as such Conimission er of noxious weeds in and for "th Third Commissioners District. Which motion prevailed. On motion Board aVljourned to July 12, 1922 at 9 o?clock, A.i M, Morning SeHnlou, July 12th, 1922 Board met pursiiant o adjournment menfat 9 o'clock A.M. All jijelnbe^.Hres^nt. A aeleg'ation from Windsor. t'.na Moon l^ake Twp met with the Board in reference to the draining of .the slough 011 the Red Trail, East of Wind sor. The Board decided to inynstigatc. sanve with the County Surveyor and take action later. 1 Order was received from the County Judge granting a Mothers' Pension tc Bertha Hauntz, from July 1st, 1922 tc Oct. 31, 1923, at $45.00 per month., W"hich was ordered placed oil file. Report of fees collected for the month of June were received as jfol lows: Register of £eeds $ 437.25 Clerk of District Court 316.00 County Auditbr 14.00J County Judge 14.00 Sheriff 114.35 Personal Property Tax 12.68 Supt. of Poor Farm 64.35 County Treasurer: 967.70 75.41 7.35 135.00 Institute Fund ...... Teachers' Pensions 1613.89 Interest Daily Balances 937.89 Probate Fees 20.00 On motion Board adjourned to 9 o' clock A. M. July 13th, 1922. 67.90 Mornlwt SeNMlon, July lttth, 1022 Board met pursuant to adjournment at 9 o'clock A.M. All members present. On motion Board adjourned to 9 o' clock A.M. July 14th, 1922, in the iriean) time sitting a sthe Board of Review and Equalization. Morning: HpmhIou, July 14th, 1022 Board met pursuant to adjournment at 9 o'clock A.M. All members present. Delegation came before the Boar| regarding Roads and bridges UP to ,1Q o'clock A.M. The Board th/en adjourned to 8:30 o' clock A. M. July 15th, 1922 in the meantime sitting as Board of Review and Equalization. Morning: Seaalon, July 15th, 1022 Board met pursuant to adjournment at 8:30 o'clock A.M. All members present. The County Commissioners from Fos ter County appeared. before the Board/ regarding Roads between Foster ani) Stutsman Counties north of Edmunds.' The following bills were read,'aud ited and on motion allowed. War. No. 9623 H. H- Hfurning, services County Surveyor, Red Trail and Clemens Bridge 51.80 9624 H. H. Hurnlng, services as County Surveyor, JKerisal Road 101.0C 9625 Win. B. Thomas, Analysis of samples of, Ltquor for. States Attorney 4°.Of, 9626 Supreme Court Reporter, N. D. Reports 28.0C 9,627 County Treasurer, /witness 1 Fees, district -Court 4,10 9628 County: Treasurer. Jurors. District Court 1136.30 9629 County Treasurer, District Road Certificates ...... ..—..—.. 9630 Gladstone Pharmacy, office supplies 9631 F. C. Van Tassel, supplies to Court- House ......... 9682 H.:G. Procter, checking up County Offices 9633 Dana Vrlght, Sheriff County Agent, June ...» 9686 A. J. Loram, steno. District/Court ,1....' 9637 Montpeller Twp,/ 75 per cent supplies to Poor .. ... 9(38 Streeter 7?WP. 78 per*, cent supplies to, Poor, 961* THE WEEKLY ALERT of Streeter ...... .'. ....261.50 9642 B. Edwards, Roal Patrol 76.86 man. Sec 31 S.H. 18 ... .. 9643 Grant Ova, Road Patrol man, Sec 33,' S.H. 18 9644 R. F. Redmann, Labor oil 8.50 Sunshine Highway 9646 Geo.' H. Rieland .labor qn Road, Medina, Streeter 9646 N. D. Metal Culvert Co. 7.30 222.40 I 297.00 Culverts ...... 9647 N D. Metal Culvert Co., Culverts for Fried Twp ......... 9648 Russell Grader Mfg. Co. blades for Road Drag 9649 Frtd A. Young, Justice 39.00 28.00 155.95 Fees, Justice, Court 9650 Frank Banworth,' Constable Fees, Justice Court ..: 1.00 28.8Q 56.6C 66.40 77.28 216.28 I 23.4' 13.30 1^00 The following bills were rejected: Peterson Twp for care and medical attendance of H. Hanson. Weld' Twp. a-c Doctor bill for Marj)/ A n e s o n The following communication was received and read:— Jamestown, N D. June 29, 1922. To the Hon. Board of County Com missioners Stutsman County, Gentlemen:— ,. •I herewith tender my resignation as Stutsman County School Nurse to take effect immediately. I Respectfully yours, 1 Mrs. Winnifred L. Morris. Mr. Krekow moved that the resig-, nation be accepted. Which .motion pre vailed. Mr. Dennison moved that Lena K Sclimidt be appointed School Nurse in and for Stutsman County for one yea(| at the same salary and mileage as paio the former School Nurse. Mr. Krekow, moved an amendment that we ttis pense with the services of School Nursi and that the office of School Nurse declared vacant. The amendment re celving- no second the vote was taken on the'original motion: which-.pre vailed, Mr. Krekow voting No. On motion Board adjourned to 9 o clock A. M. July 17 1922. Horning SeHdlon, July 17«h, Board met pursuant to adjournment at 9 o'clock A. M. All Members present _• A. A. Hoffman presented Oath or Of fice as Corrunissioner of Noxious,Weed:i for Third -Commissioners District Whifch was ordered placed on file. Application was received from Mrs Anna Barrett for refund of 1921 Tax on S%' Section 26-141-65. for the rea son that she paid on the wrong desorip tion. The payment should have been made on the S% Section 24-U1-66.-Mrj Krekow moved that the request bf granted upon bond being furnished af required by l#.w. Which motion prevailed. Order was received from the Counts Judge granting a renewal of Mother's pension, to Hattie Ulriekson. Which, was ordered placed on file. Report of Examination of the County Offices from January 1st, 1922 to June 30th, 1922 was presented and road and ordered placed on file. Depository Bond of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Clementsville in the amount of $5,000.00 was presented! approved as to .form by the. Attorney General and Mi^. .Kasper moved that the Bond be approved as to amount «nd sufficiency, of surety. Which motioiy prevailed. Petition was received signed by thi Jury of the last term of Court asking the Board to make some suitable pro vision to remedy' the condition of thf Jury room. Which was deferred foi future consideration. Communication was received, from the Sheriff asking the Board for an extra Deputy during the fall and Mr 'Dennfson moved that the1 Sheriff b« allowed one extra Deputy up to Dec 31s(t, 1922. Which motion' prevailed. Mr. Krekow voting No. Petitions were received from differ ent sections of the County regarding the repair and* construction of roads. Mfhich rwere ordered placed on file. Applications wiflre received for re* fund' Of Hall Indemnity Tax from R. R. Wolfer, Adolph Graf and Wm. Boh lig, accompanied'Jy assessor's affida vit and on motion same Were recom-/ mended to be allowed. Application for' refund of the three, cent tax for the -years 1919, 1920 and 1921, from 3ohn Norden was on motiorr not allowed. Application was received from John W. Miller asking refund for the year 1920 pn E%. Section 33-137-65 for the reason that he paid the tax on the wrong/description. The- right descrip tion being the E% of Section 33-137-64 One motion the request was granted upon Bond being furnished as requir ed' by! law. On motion Board adjourned to 9 o' clock A.M., July 18, 1922. Morning Sexnlon, July 18th ,1022 Board met puiwuant to adjournment it 9 o'clock A.M. All members present. On motion Board adjourned to 2 o' clock P. M., July! 20th, 1922. Sitting as a Board of Review and Equalization during the interim. Afternoon SeMKlon, July 2ftth, 1022 Board' met pursuant to adjournment at 2 o'clock P. M. A11 members present. The Board and Jleview and Equali zatipn having finished their duties and adjourned the County Board makes thq following itemized statement of ex penses for the ensuing year for the County Of Stutsmaii State NortK Dakota and a general statement of said County's indebtedness: County Auditor, deputies and clerks $ 8200.00 County Treasurer, deputy and clerks 6600.00 Clerk of Court and Deputy 3000,00 County Judge and Clerk 3800.00 Superintendent, deputies and School Nurse 12000.0f( States Atorney, assistant and clerk 4600.0C County Surveyor 1OOO.O0 Coroner 260.00 Sheriff and deputy, 6000.00 Sheriff's livery and mileage ...... 1600.0C Board of Prisoners' 800.00 Janitor 1320.0C County Commissioners 3000.0Q District Court: Witnesses, Jurors and' Bailiffs Stenographer. ._... County Court: Witnesses, Jurors and Bailiffs Stenographer' ..v ......—.... Justice Court: -Justice Fees .— Witnesses and Jurors Constable ...... Board of Insanity Support of Insane' 814.25 Buildings Supplies to Court .House and Jail ...:. Board/ of Health Poor Farm Hospital and Medical l.BC 27.18 100.0C Telephone 'tolly ...... ... 9634 State Treasurer, Care of Insane 3842.0r, 9636 Agricultural College, salary and expense, Attendance Supplies to Poor -.- .. 9.8f Mothers' Pensions ... County Assessors^...» Miscellaneous' 248.58 1 Fund ...» County Fair ...— #00.06 360.00 200.00 160.0C .1 .1....... ISOOO.Ofi Support of Feeble-Mlncled ....„ 1700.0Q Tuberculosis Patients 750,00 Election expenses ...,^8800.0C| Telephone, postage, express and teleerams 2800.00 Qfflce Supplies B000.0C| Printing and advfjr*' tising 2600.00 Light, fuel and water .—......... 4000.0Q Repairs to County ...-. 600 0C, 1600.0C 1500,00 ...2SOO.OO „.l 7*0.00 ...3000.00 7360,00 6000.00 l«0.dtt S,000.00 Sr\ »118H0 00 Mr. Krekow In(f^lu«et t|u folloti(iui i-_.. 80.76 resolution and movjbd lts adoption , RESOLVED, tha^'th^ fojlowlh* namy ecT thxes be. and'Mlne. Ai'e, here$y?iUV tmlssloneni ori ied by -the Qounty Cpmrnlssi ail taxable prop ftatauin,' State -rfear 1«» the year 1*21 County Fund .....3 miW Total- $132000.00 Which resolution was adopted by the following vote. Ayes: Anderson, Dennison, Kasper krekow and Mr. Chairman^ Nays: None. Mr. Krekow moved that this Boar\ request- State Aid of the State- High way Commission in the amount of $6. 000.00 or as much thereof as maybf necessary to cover one-half of the cosl to place the Red Trail in good condi tion. Which motion prevailed. Mr. Krekow moved the County Aud itor be instructed to advertise for bids' for raising fill across slough between section 32-140-66 and Section 5-139-66: Said bids to be received up to 12 o' clock, noon, July 27th, 1922. I Proposal for bids shall be accom panied by certified check made paya ble to A. H. Sherman, Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners in the sum of 1200.00.' Plans and specifications now on file in the office of the County Auditor. The Board to reserve the right to re ject any and all bids. -l, Which motion prevailed. Mr. Kasper moved that the County Auditor be instructed to advertise for bids for the construction of a drain age ditch across the NE 1-4 of Sec tion 6-139-66. Said bids to^be receiv ed up to 12 o'clock, noon-, July 27th, 1922. Plans and specifications now on file In the Office of the County Auditor. The Proposals shall be accompanied by a certified check for $200.00 made payable to A. H. Sherman, Chairman of Board of County Commissioners. The Board to reserve the- right tc reject any and all bids. Which motioh prevailed. Mr, Anderson moved that the C!oun-. ty Auditor be instructed to advertise for bids for raising of embankments ar cross low fills between section 33 1,40-66 and 4-139-66 also-36-140-66 and, 2-139-66 also 33-140-65 and 4-139-66 alt so 36-140-66 and 17139-66 also 31-140-/ 64 and 6-139-64 also ^2-140-64 139-64. •. soooroa 1000.00 1,000.00 200.0C and 6- i Said bids .to he received up to 2 o' clock P.M. August 7th, 1922. Proposals shall-, be designated "Proposal- for raising of fills on Red Trail between Jamestown and Wind sor.", Proposals, shall be accompanied by certified check ... for 5 of the across- sum hid made payable A. Sherman, Chairman',! Board of County Commissioners. Flans and specifications, now, on file -In the office of the County Auditor. And contemplate the doing of ap proximately 12,000 cubic yards «artl| excavation moVe or less., .!:, The Board to reserve the right to .re 'ject aAy and all bids,. Which motion prevailed. Mr. Krekow .moved: .that, the -Count j, Auditor be Instructed to advertise *foj, bids for the construction of a Highway between sections 31-32 29-30 19-20: 17-18 7^8 6-6 *na across the NB 1-4 of Section 6 In Twp, 140-68, and be tween 33-141-68, 6-140-68 32rS3 28-29| 20-21 '16-17 8-9 ,4-B in T,wp. 141-«8. Said bids: to be received up-to 2 o'fcljck P. M/ Auguit 7th, l#22^at which time thiiy will toe puBlicly Op.en#d and read, The bids must be deposited with the Count'jr.-i Ai^ als for the Construction' of Highway led by a certified check endorsed or madepa man, Boar of Cqrinty-Coinin]., in. the an0»nt of. 6 %r wf You will realize, the'mameat yousoe this coupe, perfectly it fulfills a very red need. It Was designed and built by Dodge Brothers in response to that need—long-standing and often* expressed by peojde in all parts of the world* V «a»r.' WitfcDodge Brother? chassis as a starting point, it only remained to •create a coupe body which would unite the usual coupe refinements with greater light ness, hardihood and economy. The world now knows how this was accomplished. An entirely new precedent in closed car construction was established. The body is built of steel. Moreover, the deep comfortable seat is upholstered in genuine leather. The doors are exceptionally wide. The rear compartment will hold a fcrnall steamer trunk and other luggage. The enamel, baked on the steel at high temperature is readily restored, after hard Usage, to its original lustre. Plans. and specifications on file in the bffice of the County Auditor. The Board to reserve the right tc reject any and all bids/ Which motion^ prevailed. Petition for road west of Edmundc was received and read and action oYi same deferred for future consideration. Mr. Kasper moved that the County Auditor, and County Treasurer be and they are hereby instructe dto transfer the sum of $46,000.00 from the penalty and interest fungi to the County Fund Which motion prevailed. Mr. Anderson moved that the County Auditor and County Treasurer be and they, are hereby instructed to transfer the sum of $1362.93 from the County Fund to the Seed and Feed Fund -and all future payments'made to the ,Seed and Feed Fund be credited with the County Fund. Which motlin prevailed. The following bills were read, aud ited and on motion allowed. War. No. v 9651 A. H. Sherman, servi&es as County Commissioners $ 201.50 9652, Wm. H. D/tnnison, services as County Commissioners ....: 131.60 9653 John Kasper, services as County Commissioners 117,30 9664 Wm. Krekow, serviees^as •County Commissioners 136.6C 9666 G. M. Anderson, .services as County Commissioners .117.50 9655" G. M. Anderson, freight on- Drags -1.52 9667 The SaJier Lumber Co., Lumber for Bridges 9658 Xiucy Matson, Bteno. County. Court ...... 9669 Lucy Matson, steno .-,' County Court ...ii. 9660 Wm. Walters, wprk', on Sunshine .Trail il 9661 Missouri-Kansas Chemical, "Co., supplies to •Court House':...... 9662 Jacob Yaeger,' work-on Red Trail. 9666 Herman Peters,' work on RedTrail'...i.v.....,...:.:... .:J.....'.... 6666 John'Vondergee8t,workon ,W6»?Bml'i®Tejv'*:worl «m: The Board re««rve» the rlg^t to re- ,Mr. tWnlhlion- mov*a'that the/Coiln- fisa^ii^^^S^iiifiip mm a. In every detail the car reflects the purpose of the, builden—to makeit apractical car of universal appeal. kARRY C. MILLER Factory Dealer 1 JAMESTOWN, N. DAK. 12 and 13-138-65. 1 span pile fridge between section! and 6-138-65. 1 span pile bridge between section: i!0 and 21-138-64. 1 span pile bridge between sectioni 17 and 18-139-65 2 span pile bridge between 'section 26 and 35-138-64. 1 span pile .bridge in center sec tion 35-141-65. 1 span pile britfge between sections 21 aW 22-141-65. 1 span pile bridge between sections 29 and 32-140-6,5. 1' bridge repair, between sections 11 and 12-138-65. 1, repair of bridge of James River o: South line section 35-142-64.. ,' The bids shall be accompanied by certified check, payable to. A,. Sherman, Chairman Board of County Commissioners in the amount of 5% ,o! the grogs sum bid. 104.16 5.00 5.0C 105.0C 48.7f Red Trail 105.6IJ 9663 James Crawford, work on j. Red Trail ....... 69.6Q' 9664 Otto: Gasal, -jr^rk vttn et:: Rew Trail ......— d6t7 Glenn Haskin8, work on., -V Red-. Trill ... .. 1,7,W 9668 Bd Bellah,^wcrk on Red, Trail yf45.00 .V bonis 4U HOLDERS OF STORAGE TICKETS SEEK RELIEF IN DIST. COURT HERE A suit of considerable interest was before the District Court M'on-^ dky, the action being the State of North flakota in behalf of A.' W. Guest and various storage ticket own ers, .against the Vaughn Grain Co., of Sydney and Eldridge and the bonds men thereof. Among the defendants are John J. Wells of Edgeley and C. A. Vaughn. There are about six or seven thousand dollars of outstand ing storage tickets unpaid, and the suit was- brot to collect on the ele vators bonds. The defense on the part of Mr. Wells claims that the company was dissolved in the mat ter of partnership in 1921, and an other complication iss that C. A}. Vaughn took the benefit of the mank- rupt law. Bondsmen' also-claim that, the bond was obtained thru fraud and misrepresentation in that the. bond was only on an application for license. A number of. other storage ticket holders are brot into the action ^s defendants, not having joined with the plaintiffs. Carr & Rittgers rep-. reBent several of the ticket holders, Knauf & Knauf, C. S. Buck/ repre sent other parties to the,action, and O. J. Seller and the Fargo firm of Lawrencie & Murphy represent J[ohn J.,Wells. DAILY' VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL TO OPEN SOON .The Daily Vacation Bible School, which is conducted "under the super vision of a committee composed: of representatives of the various James-' town churches, will begin Monday, August i according to a decision reached at n meeting held Mbndaj) evening. Registration will be on Saturday, August 6, and the classes will, continue for twelve day^ii from August: 7 to li), both inclusive. An $s|)ecially strong'. corps of teachers are being secured to con duct the^classes th}s summer and a •large- iBnrollment is expected. De tal|p' pr the-'sufaijectg: bffered and the instraQtors wilj be announced in the 117.001 Wiare^^/'^fe' 13li)C STABTEO SOMETHING :. "Yo(ir:m^dicln6 19 thci talk at '-tUe towtt fliqoe polling me frbm the grAVe-. 1 'liftve told dozens about ft ftnd l know of .'at. least ten who areVn^w all ^Ith good results, 1 never saw iuiything like & One iliata had been floersted 6ji tor :gali ii'n4 had: them eome a.v0e«J'--^9ne now t-y is .A. .X.