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WHAT A With no charges you can't find fault with your account. The SPOT CASH METHOD eliminates this difficulty YOUR GOODS COST LESS, AND HOW WELL YOU ARE PLEASED_—nsa. • • • • • • • • • • WHAT A PLEASURE DECORATE YOUR HOME BY SAVING OUR COUPONS The Idaho Commercial Co., Ltd. The Mode r n Store COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS Mountain Home, Idaho, April 10, 1905 Pursuant to Statutes, the Board of County Commissioners met this! and day in regular session journed to meet April 11, 1905. Present, W. L. Ward, Chairman. G. W. Elliott. Dan W Shetler, Clerk. April II, 1905. Board met pursuant to adjourn ment, with members, W. L. Ward and G. W. Elliott being present. The following proceedings were had, to-wit: Reports of County Officers were received, read and approved. It was ordered that the Probate Judge should provide himself with a cash book, and register therein all daily receipts of his office. It was also ordered that all County Officials should keep a record on their books of the County Treas urer's receipts, by number, issued for all money turned into the treasury by them, The report of James S. 3ogart, expert accountant, on the offices of Elmore County was examined, ap proved, accepted and ordered placed on file. The following liquor dealers' bonds were read, examined proved and the sheriff instructed to issue licenses in accordance with said bonds: H. M. Cook & C. M. Nicholson, Mountain Home. D. W. Gorhv, Glenn's Ferry. T) iiii , L iiu o p i Larson, Glenns berry, A Rosenheim, Mountain Home, J. Ottenheimer, Mountain Home. H M. Cook, Rocky Bar. John VVinkelbach, Rocky Bar. Martin Knitle, Atlanta. L A. Beardin, Pine A Anderson, Dixie, T . If appearing to the Board that the State Bounty Law was repealed by the last Legislature, it is ordered that the County Auditor publish notice to holders of warrants against the Scalp fund, to the effect that said warrants are void and will not he paid and that the holders of said warrants shall present the same to the Auditor for cancellation. ap Warrant No. 472, 1903, owned by Glass & Prudhomme, was ordered reinstated and ordered paid by the treasurer. Adjourned to April 12, 1905. W. L. Ward, Chairman. Attest: Dan. W. Shetler 1 Clerk. April 12, 1905. Board met pursuant to adjourn [ rnent, present W. L. Ward and G. Dan W Shetler,Clerk. ! W. Elliott, Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. Whereupon the fol lowing proceedings were had: It appearing to the Board that there is a shortage in the office of Clerk and Auditor and Recorder during J. V. Mundell's occupancy of said office, it is ordered that proper le gal demand he made to secure said stiortage and, if necessary, that sui. be entered to recover the same. vtll .. , Village Mountain Home, jury room Mrs. K. Mason, assisting teachers' ex amination. K. C. Tape, carpenter work. j, a, Lape, repairs on jail, disallowed 50 cents,allowed.... Bushong & Co., supplies. J - Ml (:owen> su Pi lH e«. W. W. Fountain, rebate fees. JamesS. Bogart, services as aoeountant.. 580.00 JamesS. Bogart, repairing adder Rowoe w.smith, supplies. Harry Knox, justice fees. will C. Stimson, probate judge salary ... 200,00 j Albert stein, constable fees, disallowed $6.00, allowed. e l. walker, salary and In the matter of vacating the old road leading to Frank Ake's ranch from Mountain Home a petition being filed by the owners of all property affected, said old road is hereby abandoned, being the county road leading from the north line of Section 26, through Section 23, to the north line of Section 23, T. 3 S., R 6 E. And it is further ordered that a new road be opened up to take the place of said old road; said new road shall be sixty feet in width anJ described as follows; Running from the corner of Sec tions 23, 24. 25 and 26, north to the corner to Sections 13, 14, 23 and 24, thence west along the sec tion line between Sections 14 and 23 to the O. S. L. R. R. right of way. The following claims were exam ined, approved and ordered paid out oi the Current Expense Fund of 1905. | .$ 2.00 16.00 8.00 8.00 .... 55.05 .... 22.00 .... 89.10 .... 83.79 7 50 9.20 87.90 10.25 898.32 j expenses asses sor Leora bookman, clerk, auditor's office... 122 00 D. W. Fitzwater, janitor. Samuel G. Rhoades, surveyor, salary. Sol. Newcomer, janitor, disallowed $13.30, allowed. 17.00 75.00 136.70 150 00 Roscoe W. Smith, salary as treasurer. Smith & Mather, county physicians, sal ary and expenses, disallowed $5.00. al lowed ... Lillie B. Wertz, county superintent, salary and expenses. Albert Stein, livery hire. 112.50 177.35 4.00 John Pence, salary county commissioner 125.00 W.L. Ward, salary and expense county commissioner 181.60 214.40 G. W. Elliott, salary Btid expense county commissioner. W. H. Manion, deputy clerk, salary. C. H. Davis, deputy clerk, salary. W. H. M.auion, salary deputy auditor.... 23.5.35 Dan W. Shetler, auditor's salary Dap VV. Shetler, salary county attorney.. 149.60 20.25 191.00 85.60 67.75 J. A, Purtlll, clerk Louis I. Herz, clerk J. K. Winters, salary deputy sheriff.'^50.00 J. H. Boss, salary and expenses as sheriff 061.15 J. A. Silfert, deputy sheriff G. \V. Kletcher, supplies ... 15.00 3.00 It 3.50 Board adjourned to April 13 1905. W. L. Word, Chairman, Attest: Dan W. Shetler, Clerk. April 13, 1905. The Board convened pursuant to adjournment, members W L. Ward and G. W. j Elliott being present. In the matter of the formation of a new school district by dividing District No. 6, the Board finds that all, proper preliminary steps have been taken and the law fully com plied with; therefore, it is ordered that a new school district be estab lished out of the present Mountain Home district, No. 6, and the same lie described as follows, to wit: Be ginning at the northeast corner of Township (1) S., R. 6 E., at the point where it intersects the Boise Base line; thence west along the said Boise Base line to intersection with the boundary line of Elmore county; thence south along the said boundary line to its intersec tion with the center line of Section 22, T. 2 S., R. 4; thence in a due east line to Cleft station: thence northeast to the southeast corner of Section 21, T. 1 S., II 6 E ; thence iii a due east line to the south east corner of Section 24. T 1 S., R 6 E ; thence in a due north line along the township boundary to where it intersects the Boise Base line at the place of beginning. It is ordered that the auditor col lect amounts due from Mountain Home village for caring for village prisoners. The following hills were exam ined, and ordered paid out of the | Current Expense Fund, 1905 william Murphy, registrar $ 68 85 Mrs. S. E. Reed,earing for county poor.. 225 00 j j j. (). Whitson, coal. . jp^oo 100.00 : 4.00 j 287.35 : 17.00 ! 12 50 I Chas. Pascoe, supplies, disallowed $19.40, allowed. 85.30 James Furgeson, nursing smallpox pa tient .. W. R. Coats, hauling. Mrs. M. E. Longfellow, printing. Bennett Bros., coal. Will Wells, sage brush. A rt Metal Construction Co.,roller shelves, disallowed $60.00, allowed. Rooky Mountain Bell Telephone Co., telephones . 58.00 64.15 Geo. T. Mahoney, witness tees. J. A. Mineau, disallowed, $16.25, allowed John Dulau, Frank Lee A. C. LiUard F. J. Cowles H. W. Tanner Christ, jaeobsou Dan Lewis John Bridges R. W. Bruce 2.25 4.25 witness fees....$ 2.25 16.00 16.00 .. 16.00 2.25 16.00 16.00 9.60 2.25 % & HOWARD SEBREE, PRESIDENT W. R. SEBREE, VICE-PRESIDENT R. A. COWDEN, CASHIER I V first national Dank A V A A x/ CALDWELL, IDAHO £ A A A General Banking Business Transacted CORRESPONDENCE INVITED A 4 r. c. KPPKKSON CHAKLKSORFF Cash Meat Market PHILLIPS BLDG., CANYON ST. ORFF & EPPERSON, Proprietors Fresh, Tender Meats of all Kinds, Delivered to any Part of the City. Also llams, Bacon, Sausage, Lard, etc. Orders Promptly Filled PHONE NO. 171-B Top Prices Paid for HIDES, PELTS AND FURS Tames Bridges Henry Crawford 8. L Calloway Will C. Stimson Dick Beck Sherman M. Coffin J. T. Sprague George M&mpton Robert Hayne Herman Steude W. G. Corker C F Ross S B Blackwell W H Blackman VV G Bryant I McCann J M Campbell A L Brookerding Geo Wingate J R Davey W E Wilson E 8 Dyer Carl Appell K J Bown J D Whitson C Jackson l- H Barrett Fred W Friecke J C Hayes P P Homer A H Johnson 9.50 9.60 4.25 .... 2.25 .... 2.25 .... 24.75 2.25 . 8.25 2.25 " .... 16.00 juror fees_ 27.60 " .... 16.50 " .... 15.00 7.50 .... 22.50 .... 22 50 6.25 3.30 .... 21.00 .... 34.50 .... 10.50 6.30 .... 21.00 .... 10.80 .... 15.25 .... 5.40 .... 25.50 .... 24.00 .... 21.00 6.25 .... 81.50 C M Williams, juror fees, disallowed $22.20, al lowed $22.80 Albert Knight, juror fees, disallowed $22 90 al lowed $13.80 Harry Jackson, juror fees, disallowed $21.00, al lowed $22.50 C E Pollard L J Judy George Smith W A Nixon W K Tate ^ rec * A Nelson juror fees.... 3.30 .... 3.30 .... 12.25 3.30 .... 12.25 .... 21.00 The following bills were ined, allowed and ordered paid out of the Road Fund of 1905: A Hoffman, road work, balance due John Adams •* J W Bailey " A Galindo " Theo Pierce " O B Slater A J Chester •• J H Casey " The bond of VV. A. Nixon exam $207.25 . 150.00 250. 0 . 160.50 75.00 80.00 156.26 166.25 as Justice of the Peace was read and approved. Board adjourned to meet April 14, 1905. W. L. Ward, Chairman. Attest: Dan W. Shetler, Clerk. CHEAP COAST RATES Central Assembly Cumberland Presby terian Church, Fresno, Cal., May 18 to 26. May 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14, will sell cheap round-trip tick ets to above points, with return limit of three months, good for stop-over going. For rates and IVr par ticulars apply to any 0. S. L. agent. C. E. Ulkry, Agent. r SEND ME THE NAMES Of your friends or relatives in the East who are contemplating movement to the West during the Spring or Summer. 'there will be in efleet during the Spring months, from all Eastern points to every sec tion of the West, greatly reduced rates (both way and round trip), and it will be to their interest that you give me the names of parties who may be induced by these rates to 1 eome West. No matter where they are lo cated, we will have our representatives call upon or write to them and advise them of the cheapest and best way to make the trip, Call upon or address one C. A. WALKER, Gen'l Agt, Chicago & Northwestern Ry., P. O. Box 750, Salt Lake, Utah. POSTS! POSTS! POSTSf We have just received a carload of cedar fence posts, on which we are prepared to make bottom pri* Bennett Bros. * ces.