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PROCEEDINGS OF THE
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Mrs. Owen Overman, registrar.
Mrs. Maud Parry, registrar_
Mrs. Frank Turner, registrar..
Oarrol T. Moore, registrar_
Grin Bain be, registrar_
Mrs. J. O. Rhoades, registrar..
Myrtle Yarbrough, registrar_
Mrs. Daisy B. Smith, registrar. 16 50
Chits. Cadman, registrar_
A. II. Morse, registrar_ 45 80
Chas. Sallee, registrar_ 20 50
W. W. Patterson, registrar_ 10 00
B. I). George, registrar_
Ohloe Borry, registrar_
A. S. Johnson, registrar_
Mrs. Isuia Barnes, registrar_
P. E. Ellis, registrar_
Mary Gharretts, Judge «dec
Geo. II. Sheldon, Jtt«lg«' el«x:_
trco. O. Klllmar, Judge elec_
J. W. Smith, judge «dee
Mrs. Bintm Harchclrede, Judge
Geo. 1*. Htanliery, Judge clce..
Lloyd Day, Judge «dec_
Mary McConnell, judge «dec_
It. J. McConntdl, Judg«' td«.*e_
Bessie Smith, clerk «dec_
U. W. Smith, constable idee —
.1 F. McKenzie, judge_
Kudu Baker, judge «dec
R. II. Farris, judge (dee_
Dan Cameron, judge idee_
M. F. Stewart, judge «dec
Geo. KUdiolit, judge «dec_
Eva Stewart, clerk «dec_
Zcllu Manes, clerk «dec__
Margaret Brotnov, clerk «.dec—
A. G. Farris, constable «dec_
Nellie Schultz, clerk dec_
« '. W. Shepp, clerk «dec_
William Boyer, judge elec
A. F. Scbtill/., judge elec
Peter KliiiUliainmcr, judge elec
A. Hose, constable elec_
Edward Itluke, clerk
W. W. Flint, clerk..
J. V. Nash, clerk elec_
,1. 10. Smith, clerk elec_
il. M. Belknap, judge elec_
Geo. Simons, judge «dec_
W. M. Schiller, Judge «tbs*_
Jacob Mathiesen, judge (dec—
I. M. Julian, judge dee
,1. F. Jenny, Judg«* elec_
Gland Poe, <d«'rk «»lee_
Ella Nlnnenian, iderk dec_
Mrs. O. M. Cotie, judge dec_
George Poe, Judge «dec_
G. M. Cone, Judg«* elec_
Oscar Eakin, constable «dec_
A. II. McKnight, clerk dec_
10 the ('h rid lensen, clerk elec—
Howard Powdson, judge <d«x:_
Schuyler Franklin, judge elee—
Don A. Huritee, judge elec_
Geo. D. Zuiuwalt, clerk elec—
ltutli Miller, clerk dec_
W. H. Xumwult, judge elec_ 6 00
J. B. Miller, judge elec. 6 (X)
10. J. Bennett, Juilge elec_ 6 00 i
Borah here udjourned to mttet tomor
row ut 0 a. m.
Wednesday, Octolmr 16, 1918.
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment,
Mluut.'s of jester
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i»resent as before.
day read und approved.
Tlie following claims .were examined j
and warrants ordered drawn on the
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Current Expense fund :
Mabel Oliver, clerk elec_
John F. Oliver, clerk elec
J. J.. Bishop, judge elec
Margaret 8 . Klee, judgo elec—
Oscar Maxwell, clerk elec
J. A. Mitchell, constable elec—
G. B. !.. Baskett, Judge elec—
Mrs. B. A. Strong, judge elec—
II. T. Thomiwon, judge elec—
William Allen, jutlge elee
B. Beler, judge elee
<). A. Junes, clerk elec
W. R. Bullock, judge elec
Peter Aschenbrenner, judge —
J. A. Terv/illegur, judge elec—
Blanche Martin, judg«' elec
E. C. Aukisou, judge elec
H. (J. Sass«>, judge dec
C. W. Lewis, constable elec
F. M. Bicker, clerk elec
Emma G. Havens, clerk elee—
Vera N. Sasse, clerk eleo
O. E. Havens, clerk elec
II. C. Quigley, judge elec
Owen Zeh «er, judge elec-•
II. E. ltowe, Judge elee
Marlon Webber, judge elec
Bertha Blessing, clerk elec
Mary Cock, an, clerk elee—2—
Muile liuirett, clerk elec
Edna McCoy, judge elee
11. F, MeCulley, judge eleo
Itay Shinn, judge elec
J. II. Ward, judge elee
J. 11. Smith, judge elec
E. A. 1 'urlsot, Judge elee
John Burnout, clerk elee
J. C White, constable elec
William Workman, judge elec.
lNx* Kerlee, judge elec
James Turkingtoii, Judge elec—
Geo. Stephans, judge elee
ltoy Sebuadeka, judg«' ele«-—
Mrs. Roy Schumdeku, clerk elee
Gts*. Byere, judge olec
Mrs. R. C. Day, clerk elee
Mrs. Jas. Turklegton, clerk
Louis Huzlcka, clerk elec-
Frank VanDevcnter, Judge
Elsie Si|Uii'l>, jt dge elwr
A. W. Talklngton, Judge elee-.
G. A. Johnston, judge ele«:
Harry P. Wallis, judge eUx'—.
Wiunifrisl Sasselihery, clerk-.
Hattie Wale, clerk «'bs-— —
U. H. Anil 1er, judge ehe. -
Floren-e Murray, lerk ebs-..
Adelaide Bannit gltatn, clerk.
G«m>. H. Arnold, coti tabb
C. P. Com', judge ehe —
Fred Cole, judg«' cite..
M. S. Martin, judge ehe
Körte Warden, clerk «•!«'<• -
Edith Briscoe, clerk (die -
Einum AB Gilleit, ju-lg«- ehe —
J. P. II li'iui tt, judge elec
Frank ltinu'ii. judge ehs-
Mrs. Iao Brust, clerk elec
( 'hircine T- ib'fson, -lerk «dec-.
S. G. G 11 ins, <■• nstable «'li*e
H. Kothwell, Judge «'lee
A. J. Mau„g, judge elee
Edwin Nelson, Judge elee
Geo. W Mr tiring, judge ehe—
A. M. Paker. judge elee
Olive B..Ue, clerk elee..
Nellie G. MeEntee, clerk elee..
Sid King, judge elee
J. A. Pine, clerk elee_
Mary MeEntee, clerk elee
A. F. Turner, judge elee
Fred Ersltlite, judge elee
Jo—-ph E.eseh, judge elee
1 Robinson, judge elec
P d Cainpliell, judge elec
Wm. <J. Graham, judge elec
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Fred McKinney, judge elee
.hum's F. Calllson, judge elec—
11 Swingler, judge dee
Hurluirt ltpoth, judge eleC.
William B. Jewell, judge elec—
lOllu'l G. Swingler, juilge elix.'
Nellie M. White, clerk elec_
W. P. Brisco«', judge elec_
Mae Tollefxoii, clerk elec_
Tins». P. Tollefson, clerk elec..
Ella A. B'nzieker, clerk elec_
Camille (Olirlstlansen, clerk_
II. C. Rowton, clerk elec_
Theresa Christiansen, judge_
Jennie M. Peters, judge elec_
Wm. l'emble, constable elec_
G. A. Crawford, judge elec_
o. O. Gordon, Judge elec_
A. D. Sewell, judge «'lee_
John Kokta, clerk elec_
W. A. Sewell, clerk elec_
James Carr, constable elec_
W. 11. Vincent, clerk dec_
Titos. Hurridge, judge dec_
W. J. Davis, judge doc_
J. M. Wilson, clerk" elec_
M. Eva Kerr, clerk dec
Pt'ter Solen, constable dec_
Orln Lamb, judge elec—.
I). 1! Havens, judge dee_
Joseph IP Colgrave, Judge dec
Frank Sockvlick, clerk elec—
G«s>. Trader, clerk dec
J. 10. Davis, judge dec
Jack O'Beaty, judge elee
J. W. Yarbrough, clerk dec
itegina O'l/cary, clerk dec
JoiHi A. Seay, judge d«s'
M II Williams, Judge dec
Mrs. Be«' Smith, judge elee
Botte S. Overman, clerk elec—
A. B. Brown, clerk dec
Bee Smith, constable dee
Win. Chamberlin, judge elec..
J- N. Rice, judge dee-—
B. It. Hlnklcy, judge-elee
A. F. Hurt, judge oleoe
Guy Ferree, clerk elec
Eleanor M. Aubin, clerk elee—
Carrol T. Moore, judge dec
Geo. M. Snyder, judge elec
ix) Win. M. Jack, judge elee
(x)A. H. Moore, clerk elec
00 ; J- W. Barker, clerk elec—
(X) Ed Snowman, constable elec—
«xi II. C. Johnson, judge dec
IX) B. G. Adams, judge elec
«g) Dull Davis, judge dec
(g) T. S. Rtadlir, judge elee
«xi llerlha Newliilid, judge elec
oo Tom A. WHinot, judge elec
oo i Floyil Newland, clerk elee
«xt Mrs. Mary Flynn, clerk dec—
(Ht 10. W. Johnson, judge elec
(hi Mrs. Maud Parry, judge dee—
(H) Mrs. Clara Cleveland, judge „
Alls'rla Cleveland, clerk elec—
Alice Sherwin. clerk dec
( »wen Overman, clerk elec
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M. W. Tipton, judge elee
Inez Tipton, clerk elee
Gluts. Rice, clerk elec
Thomas G. I.yilii, constable elee
Mrs. .1. (). Rhoades, Judge elec
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('has. Buettner, judge elec
John Nuttinau, judge elec
o() H 11 Blake, clerk elee.
(X) Mary J- Blake, clerk elec
oo Margaret W. Schrooder, clerk—
Henry Foreman, constable eleo
Bernard Grunloh, constable —
Edna Brown, clerk elec
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oo A. J. Williams, judge elec:- 4 00
(xt F. S. Run ta, judge elec- 4 00
oo Malt Saunders, judge elec- 4 00
oo i Allen O. Hess, judge elec- 6 00
oo Geo. ltoodry, judge elec- 6 00
(xt B. B. Gordon, Judge elec- 6 00
(X ) 1 E. S. Walker, clerk elec- 6 (X)
(xi William Meade, clerk elee- 6 00
00 Eunice Powell, clerk elec_ 6 00
oo 1 J. S. Aitken, constable elec- 6 oo
(xt Andrew Siverson, clerk elee— 4 00
50 Nels Solberg, judgo elec- 4 00
oo 'Alfred B. summer, judge elec.. 4 (X)
oo j Jesse B. Gross, judge elec- 4 (X)
oo W, A. Hollingshead, judge- 4 oo
oo Adolph HinkUmmu, judge elec 6 00
00 J. J- M- Baerlocher, judge- 6 00
00 ! John M. Jack, Judge elec- 0 00
(H) 1 B. J. Stubliers, clerk elec- 6 (XI
(X) Mrs. Joe Sattler, constable- 4 50
(X) John F. Nuxtdl, judge elec- 6 (XI
(XI Joseph Sohn, judge elec- 6 (X)
(Ml MuIh' 1 Joy, ('lerk elec- 6 (XI
(X) Mrs. John Quinlan, judge t'lec. 6 (X)
(Ml I. T. Green, clerk elec- 6 (X)
00 Chas. II. Gelhach, clerk elee— 6 (XI
oo-ll. Clumoweth, judge elec- 6 (X)
oo ! Barr P. Stuart, judge elec- 6 (Hi
00 O. P- Decker, judge elee- 6 (Ml
(Ml A- F. Wohlenlierg, judge elee— 6 <x)
(X) I N. F. King, judge elec- 6 (X)
00 Jack Wills, judge elee- « W
(Xi o. D. Chard, clerk elec. 4 tX)
00 A. T. Hemphill, clerk elec. 4 (X)
00 I G. M Dav, judge elee..-. 4 (Hi
00 1Î. F. Reed, judge elee- 4 (XI
(Ml H. B. Murphy, Judge elee- 4 (X)
(X ) 1 Fred Bacon, clerk eh'C_ 6 (X)
oo I C. B. Scott, cl.'rk dec.. 6 (Ht
(X) Mrs. D. V. Bansing, clerk_ 6 (X)
HO! Mrs. ( Irphia Sanders, clerk_ 6 (X) I
(Ki Allen Knight, Judge elec_ 6 (Hi
(Mi! ('lint Harnev', judge ekx*_ 0 (Hi
001 Everett Abridge, judge elec_ 6 IX)
txt l! D Georg -, judge el«'«:-—I-1 6 (Hi
(X) Mrs James Mason, judge dix-. 6 (Hi
oo ; ('has. Hemphill,, wnstable elee 3 00 |
txi Emma J. Pruulx. judge el«x'_ 4 (X) j
txt Plum Johnson, judge elee_ 4 001
(hi j ji M«x'im« b. clerk elec_ 4 06
txi Conrad F. Smith, clerk dix- _ 4 (10
50 J F. Shaw, judge el«*c_ 4 (XI
(XI S. (). Gray.Clerk ebx-_ 4 00
00 j Mary Eastman, jtiiig«' elec_ 4 (X)
(XI I Frank W. Eastman, judge elee
IK ) 1 J. G. Wilson, clerk dec_
00 i Annie Denham, constable d«x'.
txt W. A. Jones, juilge ekv_
00 j Saxby Boles, judge elec_
IXI K. P. Nash, judge ebx-_ .
(XI Walter Bl'IUolis, clerk dee_
Dora Nash, clerk obx-_
Lewis Jones, clerk ebx'_
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(XI Walter Martin, judge elee_
(XI Kate Adams, ixinstabl«' i*l«x'_
(X) I Edwin 1'. Adams, judge ebx-..
ixi .Inn. M. Condon, clerk ebxi_
(Xijottis Morris, clerk ebx-_
(Xi' Milo M. Newman, judge «»lee_
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UO Mrs. <i«x>. Bent a. clerk «dix- _
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(Xt ! Ixx* Griffith, judge elec_
(XI : (-'nxl Painter, judge elec_
(Xi j lûmes Benoii, judge elee_
(Ml I Fnxl Bent/,, judge elec_
00 Nellie Newman, clerk eltx»_
00 Anna Beheau, clerk idee_
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Otto Blakeman, constable elec
J. B. Burney, judge elec_
Thos. Graves, judge elec_
J. M. Gordon, judge elec_
P. E. Kills, Judge elec_
F. H. Millard, Judge elec_
P. H. Burk, judge elec_
Mrs. A. C. Scheel, clerk elec—
Mrs. E. M. Anderson, clerk_
F. E. Beeper, clerk elec_
Ira Packer, constable elec_
Mrs. A. D. Manes, clerk elec—
A. Johnston, meals for Mrs.
Murion _
Margaret Sweet, horsehire, dis
allowed $ 6 . 00 , paid
Margaret Sweet, expenses_
W. E. Goodall, witness_
J. F. Prosser, witness_
J. W. Goodall, witness__
P. E. Goodall, witness_
C'ora Alcorn, witness_
\V. A. Foskett, fumigating_
H B. Blake, same_
Margaret Sweet, office exp and
oxtru help_ 105 78
The following claims on the Geuer
al Rond fund were examined and ap
proved : i1
E. C. Sisslden, surveying roads 58 (Xt for
I Alexauder-Freidendich Co.,sup- 'of
plies _a_ 21 15 j the
! William Sorweide, labor_ 27 00 j
Ferguson & VVeholt, supplies.. 33 10 j
_ 03 60 ■ t
IF. II. Bentley, overseer No. 12 121 80
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J. It. Watson, Inlior_
<'. 11. Mm', lalMir....
A. 11. Moordiou.-.«', labor_ 38 80 I
Jack Wills, supplies_ 47 31 !
. Cuthcrmnn, labor_ 18 40
! Paul Warden, labor _
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I Kcatli Ga.-li, labor_ 1 40
Salinon River Stores Go., sup
plies _ 5 20
Beta Neal. ovcrs«*er No. 3_ 2 IX)
Salmon Hives Stores Go, sup.. 3 25
j William Wisdom, labor_ 8 IK)
Walter Hudlley, overseer'No. 14 100 (Mi
I G- A. Eevtmon, labor_ 12 80
I Robert Kyle, labor_ 23 00 ; as
! Eugeni' wTeedy, labor_ 34 80 !
Melt Watson, ' labor _ 19 BO !
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II. Burk«', mers« 'er 16 and 18 12 40
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501«; Inis. Hemphill, labor_
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II. T. Brown, labor_
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l< !.. Freeman, overseer No. 1!)
John Knight, labor_
Fred Hunt, labor_
Geo. Byers, labor_
Clarence Hitzellmker, labor_
Jo«' Hazelbaker, labor_
Amos Wilkins, labor_
W. M. Huker, overseer No. 21 —
W. E. Burlingame, overseer 22- 132 (Hi
15 mi
Geo. N. Farrens. overseer 25— 13!) 50
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! Ed Maun, labor_
! A. B. Brown, supplies_
Sam Flynn, labor
j Satu Rankin, labor_
i Kotiert Rankin, labor_
I E. E. Goder, overseer No. 26_
Weil Strlcklcr, labor
I Frank B. Taylor, labor_
Geo. S. Tipton, labor_
Everett Taylor, labor_
Hester Bryant, labor_
1. R. Winner, lalior_
Greencreek Highway Dlst., part.
of appropriation_
( 'has. llauntz, labor_ IS 05
Wm. Vincent, lalxir_
Wm. Sorweide, labor_
Shos. Surridgo, labor
Titos. Smith, labor_
Following claims examined and ap
proved and warrants ordered drawn on
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Salmon River Stores Co., sup
plies _
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oo I Madison I, urn lier ('<>., plank_
(hi 1 Willard Michael, lumber_ 22 80
K. F. Pinuell, bridge tlinlier—.. 133 20
Following claims on Forest Reserve
ftind examined and approved ;
F. B. Heaeker, overseers No. 5- 42 (X)
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28 80
6 70
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(X) J- H. Golgrove, labor
(Hi Alexander-Freldenrlch Co., sup
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(X) " 8 . Harris, labor
(X) Jack Mills, supplies.- 11 35
(Ht H. A. Cix liran, labor
(X) J A. Hoover, ovors<-cr No. 24 —
(X) I The boar.1 at this time having re- 1
(Hi turned from a visit to the county farm
(Hi and hospital, roixirt that afti-r lnsix?e
IX) tiou they wish to «'ommeint the man
(Hi ner in which the farm has lxx>n kept.
(Hi and recommend and direct that one
00 | more rtxun be titled tip and that the
(X) j |«»reh lx- reimired at a cost not to ex
001 'ixxl thirty or forty dollars. j
06 Joint re|x>rt of county auditor and
(10 treasurer exatnim.xl and ordered filed,
(XI F«x' te|x>rt of Henry Tt'leher, clerk,
00 auditor and recorder, examined , and |
(X) onlenxl tilt'd.
t ;«•<>. Esh. labor_
John Kesehuer, labor_
A. B. Tliayn, labor_
E<1 A. Ding, labor_
John Houston, lalx>r_
Claim of Ih'ttder, Moss Go., for law
supplies In the sum of $52-50, rej«H.'ted.
_ 84 or
- 135 60
_ 56 (X)
9 (XI
_ 84 00
Board here adjourned to meet to
morrow at 9 a. in.
Thursday, October 17. 1918.
Board met pursuant to adjournment;
present as before ; minutes read and
approved.
The folowlug claims on tlm Forest
Reserve fund, examined and ordered
linid :
James Bong, labor—
Ed Adams, labor_
J. M. Sims, labor_
James McKinnon, labor_ 10 (X)
E«1 Roden, supplies_
Ed Roden, labor_
Seth Endioot, oversix'r No. 9_
Dave Nat wick, lutulier_ 16 00
B. B. Sixitt, labor_
Jack O'Leary, overseer No. 10. _ 638 50
J. O. Howard, overseer No. 13.
_ 184 50
_ 148 50
8 (Xt
15 50
73 95
. 70 (X)
08 (X)
. 36 (X)
_ 10 98
_ (X) (Ml
6 4o !
63 60 j
- 225 00
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(hi Fix' rein rt of W. B. Camptadl, pro- :
«hi. bate judge, approvixl and ordertxl till'd,
ihg Fix* ri'iHirt of B. K. Yates, sheriff. |
IK) I examlmxl and ordered flleil
(Xi j Iti'isirt . f J. B. Colvin, keejier of the
00| county farm, approvixl and ordered
ix) fihxl. v
ki Official bund if F. IB Bentley, over
(Mi | seer of Knud District No. 12. apiirovtxl.
official Ixmd of John Hagen, over
f Road District No. 30, approved,
Surveyors reixirt on pro|x>sed ehtinge
(X) ; of read No. 365 hereby approved nml j
tX) i aeix'ptixl, anil it is further ordered
(mi j that Commissioner Dale Clark l»e au
(mi fhorlzed to contract with the owners
00 of said lr.nil over which the survey
(Xt liasses for the rights of way and all
txt damages in iqieuitig said read.
00 Saturday, October 19, 1918.
(XI Board met pursuant to recess taken
(X) Thursduy,. Present same r.s before
txi Minutes read and approved.
00 During the recess of yesterday the
(K) board reports a tour of inspection of
(XI
00 i "ix i
50 j
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Funke,
A. A.
Elk
A.
Kerr.
ed
Taylor,
by
Laine.
Carr.
50 ! the Stites bridge, the Clearwater
00 bridge, and the road between Stites
00 j and Kuoskia, the Clearcreek bridge
00 having heretofore been reported unsafe
00 and the road between Stites and Koos
00 kla in bad condition; after in vest i
00 gat ion the Board decided to take no
00 action on these two items at this
(X) time, but
00 It appearing to the Board that the
50 Clearwater highway district is entitled
00 to consideration of their request for
help on the Stites bridge, it is hereby
80 ; ordered that un appropriation of $ 200.00
! be and is hereby made for the purpose
001 of aiding in making certain improve
sald bridge, and that the
78 nient
roinpany, recently rendered
ap- District Court of the Tenth Judicial
i1 dstrict of the State of Idaho, In and
(Xt for Idaho County against the County
'of Idaho, and it ls-ing considered that
15 j the said judgment was unwarranted
00 j uimii the facts and the law of the case,
10 j and it living deemed for the liest in
60 ■ t rest of the county that an uppeal
80 should 1«> taken against said judgment,
20 I to the Supreme Court of the State of
60 ! Idaho, the Prosecuting Attorney
80 I hereby directed to take the necessary
31 ! steps to perfect said appeal and to re
40 move the said
36 monts on
(X) same will lx* paid out of the County
(Xt Bridge Fund upon duly verified
00 1 vouchers showing that rhe work bus
00 ! been done at any regular meeting of
00 the Board at which said vouchers are
00 presented.
(X) At this lime the board having under
I consideration the matter of the judg
f the Northern Pacific Railway
In the
i
aus«' to the Supreme
40 Court of the State of Idaho, and is
40 hereby authorized and directed to pre
cure th<' nix-essnry transcript
20 proceedings and to pay the necessary
IX) fees and to secure the printing of a
25 brief u|xm st|eh apiier.l. all at the ex
IK) liens«' of til«' said County of Idaho.
(Mi The hour having arrived at tliis
80 time for the sale of County Property
00 ; as i>er notice given in the Globe in ac
80 ! cordune«* with order made and entered
BO ! by the Board of County Commissioners
45 j In HnoU 11 at page 125 of the records
40 of the acts of Board of County Com
IMJ0 j missioners, at their July, PJ18 session.
40 pro|H'ity so advertised was offered for
(X) sale with the following result;
Lots 5 and 6 , Block F. Court House
Addition, no bid, not sold.
Dus 0 and 10, Block 5. Portland
(XI Heights Addition, no bid, not Sold.
00
SO
75
lot),
lot),
f the
Jack
lot),
(Hi
mi
50
(XI
20
20
Jsd 7. Block 2, Original town of
Westlake, no bid, not sold.
lad i), Block 0, original town of
Westlak«', no bid, not sold.
Lots 2. 4, 6 . 8 . 10 and 12. Block 22,
Groin & Stuarts Addition to Westlake.
ner.
ner,
05
ap
on
1!) insufficient bid. not sold.
(Hi j N'V(. of Bots 1 nml 2, Block 4 of
40 ! North street in the original town of
20 GrangevlUe, Idaho, lto bid, not suhl.
20 DU 5, Block E, Knob Hill Addition
(X) to Grangeville, Idaho, sold to A. J.
00 Booth for $3.75.
00 Bots 1 and 2, Block 4, Fogg's Park
80 Addition to GrangevilU', sold to W. It.
10 Ingram for $4.50.
00 Lots 5, 6 , 7, 8 , Block A, Hall's Ad
dition to GrangevlUe, sold to Mrs.
(XI Criddlebaiigh for 1141.1X1.
Lots hand 10, Block 11, Lewiston
10 Addition to Grangeville, sold to Geo.
05 W. Manning for $140.00.
50 The West 1 (H) feet and the S »/ 2 E%
30 W Vi of Block I, Hall's Addition sold
to Ÿlrs. J. E. Knight for the sum of
$135.(X).
In refe ret ax' to it he above sales
is hereby ordered tlita the Clerk draw
<Iuit claim deeds transferring the above
ilt'serilied property tu tht' respective
purchast'rs. said deeds to lie execute«!
by th<* said Board of County Commis
sioners according to law, attested by
tin* Clerk of tin*
further ordered that in accordance
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re- 1 erty tax fund.
farm There lx mg no further business the
lnsix?e- Ixiard .-eeessixl until Weihie.xlay. the
man- 13th day of NovetnU'r, 1918. ,
kept.
one Itoard of Canvassers. •
the On this Wetluesday, the 13th day of
ex- Novemlx'r, 1918, at tile hour of i) a. m.,
j the honorable Ixmrd of county contmls
and sinners of hie.ho county, met pursuant
filed, to law as a board of canvassers to eal
clerk, vttss tln> votes east at tin* general elec
and | tinn of Tuesday, November 5, 1918, for
And it is
with the ti'rtns liy which this proi»crty
was offered for sale, the County Audi
tor shall caned all existing tax sale
or Delinquency Certificates now stand
ing against the respective tracts sold.
Thehe Ix'ing no further business the
houid here adjourned sine die.
JOHN D. BONG
Chairman.
law
or
60
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II. TEBCHER.
Attest :
Clerk.
to
Board of Equalization.
(la this Monday, the 4th day of No
vemlx'r, th<' honorable board of county
rommlssloners m«*t at their dlerk's of
fice in Grangeville for the purixise of
(X|uaUzing the peraunal i>r«>ix'rty roll,
and determining complaints against
the assessments therein, and allowing
or rej«x-thig claims fihxl for rebates.
Present : John D. Bong, chairman ;
Utile Clark, «xtmmls.tloner, and Henry
Teicher, clerk; absent, Robert Griffith.
Examination of the roll was taken
I
and
Forest
ordered
(X)
00
50
4
50
50
4
4
8 (Xt
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50
Up and completed.
95 Application of Margaret Carothers
for rebate of taxes, rejected. ,
(X) Application of South Fork Mining
Co., for reduction of valuation eonsid
(X) er«xl and tli«' assessment ou Bine 11,
Pug«' 38 of the 1918 Personal Property
(X) roll is hereby ordered reddead in the
sdm of $ 1 ,(MM) on the quartz mill.
10 98 Claim of Cmr.ont and Bridge in the
(Ml sum of $22.20 for migratory stock pas
tured in Allans «xmnty, allowed and
6 4o ! auditor directed to draw warrant In
60 j payment tiu>roof o:i the Personal Prnp
00
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pro- : in <-ongr«'ss, state . listriet, county and
till'd, preeiiiet officers, ".till eonntitntlonal
sheriff. | ameinlmeids. ai d to make abstracts
thenxif. as required, by law. Present.
the John D. Ding, elmlnticn; Dale Clark
ordered atnl Kolx-rt Griffith, commissioners, and
Henry Teleîier, clerk. The Ixmrd Imre
over- canvassed sixtlixl returns from the prê
einets f the ixiunty, the report of
over- which appears on another peg«' of this
issue.
ehtinge The Dmrd here er.iivasseil the votes
nml j «-.ist for justices of the ix-uiv and eon
ordered stables in the following prix . nets and
au- from such canvass declares such ortie
owners U>Is c'hvtei' as follows :
survey Border, R. J. McConnell, R. J. Me
all Connell.
taken | Farris.
before
the
of
\ Big Butte, Scott Gharretts, Major T.
Clearwater, K. F. McKenzie, George
Riebold.
I Cottonwood, B. L. Hussman, John
Funke, constables; Ed Malerich.
Denver,' H. J. Kressly, A. B. Clayton.
Dewey, J. L. Bishop (elected by lot),
A. A. Kincaid (elected by lot.)
Dixie, H. Hazlitt, Oscar Egkin.
Elk City, William Schlotterback, J.
A. Mitchell.
Fairview, O. E. Hazelbaker.
Fenn, J. H. Von Bargen, E. L. Dufer.
Ferdinand, W. E. Swatman, L. M.
Kerr.
Forks, John Gelbach, Ed Ficke (elect
ed by lot.)
Glover, W. A. Hollingshead, R. 8 . j [
Dinwiddie. | J J
Goff, E. 8 . Walker, Ed Walker. j,,
Orangeville, J. E. Byrom, Hampton 1 ; ;
Taylor, justices of the peace; R. H. j < >
Ambler.
Greencreek, J. Sohn, Joe Sattler. j
Harpster, Thomas Surridgo (elected ,
by lot), W. A. Sorweide.
Harris Ridge, Mat Sanders,
Laine.
John Day, Harry Southard, James A.
Carr.
Joseph, D. S. Peters, Joe Keener.
Kamiah
Emil
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Charles
William Jewell
Lucas.
Keuterville, Fied Enneking, William
Doyle.
Bake, 0 II. Overman, George Troeh.
Iiowi'll, Millie Cleviland (elected by
lot), Maude Perry.
Mount Idaho, Lee Smith (elected by
lot), Adolph Brown (elected by lot.)
E. H. Hanson, James
Orogrande,
Penman.
Pardee, Carroll T. Moore, William
Jack (elected by lot.)
Pleasant View, H. C. Johnson, Edward
Snowman.
Pollock, Oscar Rhoades (elected by
lot), J. O. Rhoades.
Stites, J. B. Burney, Ira Packer.
Stuart, H. K. Shaw, Bert Smith.
Tahoe, J. C. Godwin, Bert Mackey.
Ten Mile, A. 8 . Johnson, Kuhn Smith.
Westlake, Jack Stevens, George Ken
ner.
Whitebird, F. Z. Taylor, Martin Wag
ner, justices of the peace; M. F. Daly.
Warren, Walter V. Martin, George
Schaefer.
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Mike found that the chew
stayed with him for a long
while, end the more he
chewed the better it tasted.
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Judge: "and it costs noth
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of plug.
It pts further—tket's why you
can get the good taste of this class
of tobacco without extra cost.
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Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece packed in a pouch
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Woodland, ,E. L Gallaber, C. B. Scott.
Yellow Pine, Charles Sallee, W. A.
Jones.
No further business appearing the
board here adjourned sine die.
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Well appointed Home
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Next to Postoffice
Orangeville,
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Christian Science
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SUNDAY AT 11 O'CLOCK
Sunday 8 « bool at 10 o'clock.
Wednesday evening testimonial
meeting at 7 :30 <-'clock. K. of P.
hall in Sehmailrfka building.
All are welcome.
Dr. Koch's Remedies
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Agent
Stites, Idaho
I now have a complete stock of
goods and all mail orders will be
given prompt
attention.
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