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The Grangeville globe. [volume] (Grangeville, Idaho) 1907-1922, February 06, 1919, Image 3

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BUY a FARM
LOOK INTO THESE OPPORTUNITIES
160 acres, 3 1-2 miles from Orangeville,
$5,000. Reasonable Terms,
sod to be broken out. Good
240 acres, 160 acres under cultivation, with some sod
broken out. Terms,
693 f/nn'™ 60 U1Kl " r plow; fine free soil; well improved. Price
280 acres, 165 acres under plow. Fine free soil, well watered
with springs. One of the best hog and corn ranches in the
country. Price $8000 if taken within thirty dt
able tenus.
200 acres, 180 acres in cultivation. $05.00 per acre. Good house
and well, also running water.
The above 240 acres, the 200 acres and the 100
forced sales and will be sold,
prices quoted.
well improved, price
03 acres under plow, 24 t
and running water.
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acres are all
« This accounts for the low
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE OR WRITE
GRANGEVILLE SAVINGS & TRUST CO.
Grangeville, Idaho
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FIRE!
FIRE!
$10,000 STOCK TO BE SOLD
IN 30 DAYS
SALE STARTS FEBRUARY 8
SALE STARTS FEBRUARY 8
This Stock must be sold regardless of price, as we have to move out to have the
It consists of all kinds of Notions and all kinds of Ladies'
building repaired.
Ginghams Percales Silks Ladies' and Children's Hose
Ladies' and Children's Underwear Granite Ware Tin Ware
Work Shirts Canvas Gloves Ladies' and Children's Shoes
Dress Goods
Overalls
Come in and Look Around
Don't Fail to See This Stock
Sale Commences at 9 o'clock on February 8
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I PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
January 21, 1919.
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment
of yesterday present same as yesterday.
Minutes of yesterday read and approv
ed, whereuiHut the board proceeded to
business as follows:
< m application of eter Aschenbren
ner Is hereby appended a justice of
the lienee of Ferdinand precinct. Komi
to be furnished in the sum of $500
It apiH'aring to the board that there
is a balance to the credit of the Per
sonal Property Tax Fund for which
there is uo further need in said fund,
therefore it is hereby ordered that said
balance, amounting t
ferret! to
and I ln>
$298.30, tie trans
the Current Expense Fund
•ounty auditor and county
treasurer are hereby instructed to wake
such entries in the accounts of their
hooks as will slum* such transfer.
la aeeordamv with section Sit-l, page
lti- of tho lull Session Laws, a road
He til Hull.
$271,510 85
Original . large _
Total cash reported collected_
Total delinquency certificates_
Unpaid half payments_
Credit oti sewer collections made by city treasure!.
..$17! M121 (it
10,101 35
_ 81.271 os
204 10
$271.501 14
i) 71
Amount unaccounted for
$271,510 85
$271,510 sr,
l'ersonal Roll.
27,045 til
Total charge -
Total cash reported collected
Remaining on roll uncollected—
21.304 34
2,051 27
$ 27,045 01
$ 27,045 til
Tin* above deductions h ive lieen ar
rived at by cheeking all unpaid und
delinquent taxes making an addition of
tlie snine. which ml 'ed to the cash re
imrted should balance the total charge.
R<*s|N*et fully snbwittiMl. Henry Teicher,
county Auditor."
Request of Margaret Sweet to lie
supplied \ itti a new typewriter, hereby
granted, and pcrnr.siun given her to
apply' tlie old typewriter now in the
ottiee on tlie price cf tin* new.
In the flatter of letting the contract
for the county printing: It appearing
that there is offered but one bid. that
of the G loin* Printing Uo., and the same
having been submitted in accordance
with tlie schedule of the Printers of the
Northwest, issued from Spikane, Wash.
s:\id schedule being made a part of the
proposal and bid
ing Go. tlie beard here ordered that
said bid be accepted anil that the
Grangeville Globe is hereby designated
the official Comity l 'alier, and that the
Globe fb'inting Go. and Idaho County,
by its lioaid i f County Commissioners,
entei into .■ contract in accordance with
sail'd Globe I'rint
pel lta\ is liereliy levied for highway
purposes (.peu each and every adult
male jierseu within tin 1 county includ
ing [lersens within unineorporated eit
les, towns and villages, same to be paid
into the Hoad Fund of the county; it
is further ordered that it is the duty of
the overseers of the various road dis
tricts to eolleet such tax.
Heport of It. !.. llnssman, justice of
the peace of Cottonwood precinct, ex
amined and approved.
Report .of county auditor, showing
his settlement with the tax collector on
the tax rolls of 1918, examined and ac
cepted, said seit lenient herewith re
cd at length to-wit:
"To tlie Hi me'qble Hoard of County
Commis- ; o tors of Idaho County, Ida
ho :
Gentlemen : —
As auditor 1 herewith submit my
report of the settlement with the tax
collector in accordance with st-etion
It«», jutge 1-15 of the 1917 Session Haws,
as follows:
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cord-I :
said bid and pnqiosal, and ttiut a bond
in tin* sum of $1 ,tMHt la* cxcctitcd for
tin* faithful iK'rformanee of the tun
t met entered into.
And it fu.-tti«*r npjiearlng to the
beard that under the bid submitted
considerable saving to tin* county will
result if tin* county officials will co
operate with tin* hoard by ordering at
least 500 copies of whatever piece of
printing is ordered, and the b ttrd hnv
•onsultiKl with the various county
olllcials upon the matter and having
explained the same fully and the var
ious county officials having agreed to
adhere to this plan and ceoiieratc fully
in tin* interests of economy, it is fur
tlier ordered that, orders given to the
said printing eempany lie in amounts
of not less than 500 end that all sup
plies that eaa he purchased ns reason
aide in the county, and at prices that
are in keeping with prices elsewhere
should eh purchased in the county, pro
vided the service is is prompt, ti t found
elsewhere.
The action of the county auditor in
disposing of an old typewriter for the
III?X
f $25.00 is hereby ratified, and
r de red to lie
sum
said awount is hereby
placed in the Current Expense fund.
Itond and contract of Dr. G. S. Stock
ton hero examined and approved.
It In hereby ordered that an adjourn
ed meeting of the board of county com
missioners shell convene at 10 o'clock
m. Feb. Id, 1919. for the pur|>oso of
the applications for such
franchises and licenses as mey
a.
net lug upc
ferry
l>e laid before .Item at that time and
for the further purpose of opening and
acting uI h< ii proposal., and bids for the
repair of the Urn lie bridge crossing the
Salmon river, and for the further pur
po-e if cxecu'lng the cetiCuct wit It the
( ; I die l'rintlm
and to examlni
on lli'ii f >r in said centraet.
No business other than that deslg
urteil ill lie entertained at such ad
journeil meeting.
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referred to,
and pass upon the bond
Co . a hl V
.1» II IN D Et iNG,
Chairman.
Attest :
HENRY T El .Cl i EU. Clerk.
KSTKAY NOTICE.
Euhlle notch* is licrehy given that lit
tin* .lack Withrow ranch, about two
miles northwest of Kenn. Idaho, l will
sell to the highest bidder for lawful
money of the bolted States, the follow
ing personal pro|H*rty. to-wit : tine red
cow. a or I years old. horns turned
downward, crop off right ear. small slit
in left ear; no brand visible.
Tin* said est rays will la* sold by me
in accordance with the statute ln such
eases math* and provided, at the said
•lack Withrow ranch, on Monday, the
24th day of February , SUIS), at the hour
of 1 o'clock, p. m., of sapl day.
Dated at Grnngevillc, Idaho, Janu
ary 21), llllit.
in
W H. ELLER, Sheriff
Hy H. F. HOUERTSON, Deputy. 10-lt
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tin* l'roliatc Court. County of Idaho,
State of Idaho.
In the mutter of the estate of T. V\ .
Thompson, deceased. *
Notin' is hereby given that letters
T«*stamcntary on tho estate
Thompson, deceased, were granted to
tlie undersigned on the 17lh day of
January. 15*11). by the Probat«* Court of
Idaho county
All iiersotis having claims against
said estate arc required to exhibit them
to me for allowance at the office of it
Auger. Grangeville, Idaho, hereby ill's
ignated as the place for the transac
tion of tin* business of said estate, with
in four months after the date of the
first publication of this nolin*, or they
shall lie forever burred.
r t. w
EVAN EVANS,
Executor.
It Al'GER. Attorney for executor.
Grangeville. Idaho.
First publication Jan. 23d, 1015).

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