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OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE
COUNCIL OF CITY OF WOLF POINT
December 22, 1919.
Minutes of a regular meeting of the
Council of the City of Wolf Point,
held on Monday, the 22nd day of
December, A.D.,1919, at the reg
ular place of meeting, the office of
the City Clerk, in the City of
Wolf Point, at the hour of eight
o'clock P.M. of said day.
Upon roll call the following mem
bers were found to be present: May
or Stennes, presiding, aldermen, Ty
son, Kleve, Campbell and Champlin,
Clerk, Samuel Dowell, Attorney, H.
A. Schoening.
The minutes of the regular meet-1
ing of December 8 th were read and
approved.
A. M. Behner presented a petition
bearing the signatures of numerous
property owners in Sibbits Addition
and in North Wolf Point, repuesting
the City Council to create a Special |
Improvement Lighting District for j
the purpose of constructing a street
lighting system on a part of Fifth
Avenue North, which petition, being
checked by the City Engineer, bore
the signatures of the owners of fifty
one percent of the property to be in
eluded in the district as proposed.
Alderman Kleve introduced Resol
ution of Intention No. 101, entitled:
"A Resolution of the Council of
the City of Wolf Point, Montana, De
daring its Intention to Create a Spe
cial Improvement Lighting District
Embracing a Portion of the Follow-i
ing Streets and Avenues To-wit:
which was read in full by the Clerk.
Alderman Kleve moved the adopt
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ion of Resolution No.101, which mo
tion was seconded by Alderman,
Campbell.
The mayor stated the motion and
put the question and upon roll call
the following vote was recorded;
Those voting "Yes." Aldermen Ty
son, Kleve, Champlin and Campbell,
Those voting "No," none.
Absent, none.
The mayor declared the motion to
have carried and Resolution No 101
to have been adopted, and he there
after, in open session of the Council,
and after due consideration, duly
signed and approved Resolution No.
101 and instructed the clerk to make
due record thereof and to secure the
publication of the notice to property
owners, and to mail said notices in
accordance with the provisions of
Resolution No. 101.
John Listerud, proprietor of the
Wolf Point Light & Power Co., pre
sented a proposal for the required
electric energy for street lighting
and for pumping for the year 1920,
which were read in full by the clerk.
Alderman Tyson moved that the
contract of John Listerud, for sup
plying electric current for street
lighting purposes for 12 months be
approved, and that the mayor and
clerk be authorized to enter into a
contract with the Wolf Point Light
& Power Co., for a twelve-month
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period, which motion was seconded
by Alderman Champlin.
The mayor stated the motion and
put the question and upon roll call
the following vote was recorded :
Those voting "Yes," Aldermen Ty
son, Champlin, Campbell and Kleve.
Those voting "No," none.
The mayor declared the motion to
have carried and it was so ordered.
Alderman Campbell moved that the
contract of the Wolf Point Light &
Power Co., for supplying power for
pumping purposes, for the period of
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twelve months, be approved and that
the mayor and clerk be authorized
to enter into a contract with said
company for a twelve-month period
derman Champlin.
The mayor stated the motion and
put the question and upon roll call
the following vote was recorded:
Those voting "Yes," Aldermen Ty
son, Kleve, Champlin and Campbell.
Those voting "No, none,
The mayor declared the motion to
have carried and it was so ordered,
Alderman Tyson moved that the
Clerk be authorized to purchase one
Victor smoke mask for the Wolf
Point Volunteer Fire Department,
which motion was seconded by Al
derman Campbell.
stated the
which motion was seconded by Al
mayor
put the question and upon roll call
the following vote was recorded:
Those voting "Yes," Aldermen Ty
son, Champlin, Campbell and Kleve,
Those voting "No," none,
The mayor declared the motion to
: have carried and instructed the clerk
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to make due record thereof.
Alderman Tyson introduced Ordi
j nance No. 78, entitled, "An Act
Amending Ordinance No. 3, of the
City of Wolf Point, Roosevelt Coun
ty, Montana, relating to the duties
of the City Treasurer," which was
read in full by the clerk. ^
Alderman Tyson moved the adop
! tion of Ordinance No. 78, which mo
tion was seconded by Alderman
Campbell. j
The mayor stated the motion and
put the question and upon roll call
the following vote was recorded:
; Those voting "Yes," Aldermen Ty
SO n, Champlin, Campbell and Kleve.
Those voting "No," none,
The mayor declared the motion to
have carried, and Ordinance No. 78
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and approved said Ordinance No. 78, j
and instructed the clerk to make due
to have passed, and he thereafter, in
open session of the Council, and af
ter due consideration , duly signed |
record thereof.
Alderman Tyson introduced Ordi
nance No. 79, entitled,
nance relating to City Depositories,
Defiining the Duties and Qualifica
tions thereof," which was read in full
by the clerk. Alderman Tyson mov
ed the adoption of Ordinance No. 79,
which motion was seconded by Aider
man Champlin.
The mayor stated the motion and
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put the question and upon roll call
the following vote was recorded :
Those voting "Yes," Aldermen Ty
son, Campbell, Kleve and Champlin.
Those voting "No," none.
The mayor declared the motion to
^ have carried and Ordinance No. 79
to have been passed and adopted, and
he thereafter in open session of the
Council and after due consideration,
duly signed and approved said Ordi
1 nance No. 79, and instructed the
i clerk to make the record thereof.
Alderman Campbell moved that
| tbe , bllls be paid as audited and the
| clerk authonzed to draw warrants in
paym ® nt thereof - which motion was
seconded by Alderman Kleve, and
i vote > carried unanimously
Motion duly made, seconded and
unanimously carried that the Council
adjourn.
Had and done this 22nd day of De
I cember, A, D., 1919.
Read and approved this 12 th day
of January, A. D., 1920.
(Signed) O. T. STENNES,
Mayor.
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j Attest:
Samuel Dowell, Clerk.
January 12, 1920
Minutes of a Regular Meeting of the
Council of the City of Wolf Point,
Montana, held on Monday, the
12th day of January, A. D., 1920,
in the office of the City Clerk, the
regular place of meeting of said
Council in thé" City of Wolf Point, ■
at the hour of eight o'clock, p. m.,
of said day.
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bers were found to be present:
Mayor Stennes, presiding.
Aldermen Tyson, Campbell, Kleve
and Champlin.
Clerk Samuel Dowell.
Attorney H. A. Schoening.
Absent none
Mayor 'stennes announced his ap
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,. hi d , f tb rit f w , f p . .
£ be G 0 Grendahl and Edw W
Nichol( t0 serve as aldermen of the
thjrd ward from January 12 , A. D., ■
i 92 0, to the first Monday in May, !
A B 1920f or until their successors
were duly qualified
A i derma n Kleve moved that the I
mayor's appointment of two alder- |
men for the third ward> as ann ounc- I
ed? be approved b y the Council, which ;
motion was seconded by Alderman
Campbell
The mayor stated the motion and
i pointment of two aldermen for the
put the question and upon roll call j
the following vote was recorded :
Those voting "Yes," Aldermen Ty
son, Kleve, Campbell and Champlin.
Those voting "No,
The mayor declared the motion to
bave carried and instructed the clerk
none.
to make due record thereof.
G. O. Grendahl and Edward Nichol
being duly sworn and having signed
the oath of office, took their chairs
as members of the Council.
The minutes of the regular meet
ing of the Council held on Monday, j
the 22nd day of December, A. D., |
1919, were read and approved.
Alderman Tyson moved that the
mayor appoint two members of the I
Council to act as a committee on 1
public parks, to be known as the !
motion !
=Ü was seconded by Alderman Kleve. ;
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and put the question, which carried
j unanimously, whereupon Mayor Sten- :
nes apponited Aldermen Kleve and |
Champlin to serve as Park Commit- j
teemen from January 12th, 1920,
until the close of the fiscal year.
which
Mayor Stennes called for a report
from Chief of Police F - H - Butter - H
brodt as to the condition of the alleys j
j n ^ be bre district, whereupon the i
— chief reported that an investigation
had been completed and that numer-'
uos piles of cinders and ashes had
been discovered, and that the proper
^ owners h a( j been notified to re
move the same at once, also that sev
eral piles of rubbish such as papers
and boxes, had been ordered removed k
i Proposals for the labor and mater
ial, including lamps, necessary for j
the maintenance of the street light- !
ing systems of the City, were read
b y the clerk as follows:
' C. L. Smith: 100 c. p. 6.6 Amp,
250 c. p., 6 . 6 A., m
Manufacturers' list; labor, lamp re- '
\ Manufacturers' list;
placements, $ 6.00 per month; labor, =
other, 60c per hour. ggj
C. O. Knight: 100 c. p. 6.6 Amp, I m
250 c. p. 6 . 6 A, $1.95; labor,
lamp replacements, 85c per hour; la- =5=
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the proposal of C. L. Smith be ac- :
cepted as the best bid for the inter- |||
estä of the City, and that the mayor | |g|
and clerk be authorized to enter in- ==
$1.05;
t0 , cont „ cl with the c . L
smith based on the proposal, for a
period of twelve months, which mo
tion was seconded by Alderman ==
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The mayor stated the motion and gj=
put the question and upon roll call |||
the following vote was recorded : i=|
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have carried and it was so ordered.

for, and locate the hand-drawn chem
ical * n the hydrant house on the
North and Fallon Street, which mo
tion was seconded by Alderman Ni
chol.
put the question and upon roll call
' the following vote was recorded:
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Alderman Tyson moved that the
fire chief be instructed to arrange
Northside, situated at Fourth Avenue
The mayor stated the motion and
Those voting "Yes," Aldermen Ty
son, Kleve, Grendahl, Nichol, Camp
bell and Champlin.
Those voting "No," none.
The mayor declared the motion to
. have carried and instructed the clerk
to advise the Fire Chief of the Coun
cil's action.
Alderman Tyson moved that 'die
bills be approved for payment as
audited and the clerk instructed to
draw warrants in payment thereof,
which motion was seconded by Al
derman Kleve.
The mayor stated the motion and
put the question, which carried un
animously.
Upon motion duly made, seconded
and unanimously carried, the Council |
adjourned.
January, A. D., 1920.
of January, A. D., 1920.
Attest:
Samuel Dowell, Clerk,
Had and done this 12th day of
Read and approved this 26th day
(Signed) O. T. STENNES,
Mayor. |
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losses to our other customers, any more than we would
charge them for repairs if our delivery wagon broke
down. And compared to the convenience to our cus
tomers and their appreciation of this thirty-day service
of ours, the so-called cost of carrying credit accounts is
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Peanuts, per lb
4-lb Package Ceretana Pan
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4-lb Package Otana Pancake
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4 Bars Yellow Soap for.
Corn, No. 2 cans.
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Pumpkin, No. 3 cans.
Sweet Potatoes, No. 3 cans.
Pink Salmon, 1-lb can.
Red Salmon, 1-lb can.
Fish Balls, 1-lb can.
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