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Skunk river ferry 20.00
iWbeeler Lumber Bridge St
Supply Co., bridge material. 12.66
:fTbe Iowa Pure Iron Co., cnl
vert material 436.88
W. A. OrlffJth, livery and post
age, county engineer 24.33
C. B. ft Q. Ry. Co., freight on
bridge lumber 21H.95
nHawkeye Lumber Co., culvert
material
•Pit Wright, hauling bridge
lumber 8.®
'Carl Rauenbuehler, posts for
1t"-
4
The Retirement of H. /?. Miller
Be came hen is UST, deled fa
the Browneaceda ^sofasale *ad
Call book atone at M2 Mtn Kneet.
Jfer ont rear, sad xbea
CofiaciM, KoMr. His iMher n*
aoted edaeartar and afthwr at
JtpsfasfMd. OUa one of hi% bnhen
ma oae of tbe best ksw* Men la
Ohio, another brother tfciae aa ad
fdnl who raised tfee flao aad
•Mpc* over Hzvali, aad sCfil weOwr
toother Ueaae a pnaadaeat iferrio
laa. This naadfeal tooth*a 3a flat ear
ly d7 had a drag stae at Cowiagfcna I
M£ja
Court House.
&•
THE BILLS ALLOWED
l*re oetdlogs of Body Are Herewith
Oivan as They Appear on the
Records, for Benefit
of Citizens,
1
F"ort Madison, Iowa, Jane 3, 1612.
The board met in accordance with
law. Supervisor DeRosear and Su
pervisor Hammerer present. On mo
tion the following claims were al
lowed, SaperTlsor DeBosear voting
we and Supervisor Kammerer voting
aye, to-wit:
Vajrroll for bridge work nnder
E. X. Jack $587.35
Payroll for bridge work nnder
K. C. Meister 293.50
.Payroll for bridge work nnder
George Smith 253.60
B. C. Meister, expense ac
count, bridge foreman 29.95
JC. B. Marsh, maintaining
Hfly Yean of Contact With the PabBc Here, Emj
botfyisEeokidc is Sony Tint He Takes & Sert.
{By a Walter Ban.] {(he |1iHf tittMt fntOtm crjv.a
ntinaeat oC H. R. MSler kept. Ae npi «r sfi*
•etfre work {hei Idnre for I a»i (he TiiM affiertiw of
Otwt time 2a maay years to aKjfeae* fete vdL Dalit *9 On ttes
i- Us* most pawHrimut nee in tie be TO bw8m UtaawrT «af-
IMwy at Keotoai's life sad aetM-]hai mnA to te trfft tie wmA aff
Uea. |tbe Hae
meat to heM ran d»|rie
Msk,
In ISM, Mr. Killer cuk hoeilrii tOtemr mem. as he h«eA
-•here.
to marry Mlas Mooar. aad he hujm. Has
•---$eee very aadi here ever fhm
"Si llTJ, he heeaaae the aetaal
OFFICIAL 8EP0BI
OF SUPERVISORS
E"1*
Hffiat the Lee Cocarty Board Did
the Last »b—iun Which Was
Held at the County
56.50
fence, P. R. Twp
Joe Schier, expense account
county grader foreman
12.00
2.76
Rudolph Jansen. blacksmith
work, county roatl grader
Jjptandard Oil Co., ^as. county
grader
••McManua QuarrieH Co.. stone
for roads 22.40
20.65
11.25
Korthwestern Clay Mfg. Co,
refund on freight
•JC, B. & Q. Ry. Co., fr-!irht on
road material
'Payroll for gradliif ronnty
roads for May
"Chicago Pump Co., machin
ery pumping station 5575.25
»5Seneral Electric Co., same ..
ngU8t Socchtig, Sol. r^irt,
Ft, Madison 77.€T,
H. Slingerland, same, Mont
rose CS.fK)
Alice Pinerty, name, RpoVuk.. 143.00
Kellogg-Birge Co., supplies
conilt:
ty home 74.41
Duacan-Schell Furn. Co., same 35.70
The Central Dry Goods Co.,
clothing same 22.34
Weil & Co., same 16.80 jTHias. W.
Catarrh is a Real
Do
When you use medicated sprays,
atomizers and douches for your Ca
jnay succeed in unstoppine
«°ked-up jsir passages for the
time being, but this annoying condi
tion returns, and yon have to do the
nme jMng-over and over again.
-C^Trh tas nevw yet been eared
hy these local applications. Have
the
Over rii«a jm an he becnaa..
bead aad Edvari P. McXsaas
fhe geeeeat
The nnw AS are Sarry.
Ewjtoly wax mmrr wfeem he «Bd
the gas eanpasr. after uuflw I'mtf, St
far a «asrter «f a eentay. lEeeey
body i* tarty that the •iiimj'ii Skm =2
poor health as
the offlce las
Mri***
He tidf that "•"t* the chMead «f fifty years acU»xiy a Isataft .'
war and by. l**fba»d #®v««l acanefall Xeofcsk if sfmiariy sorry ihax E.
•money. C^,,
x:
vL
M__
h«U7
h!
|wiiuiiiiiii.i it the.
JB. MIBnr retirea. Ss fessSk3*" prate
}Oaa that eoa3d he shea aa*r arm
|w^ to Keokuk to KlfcdL
Be alao CeO fa love with a Ootb«-!afier a fedt caetaiy la ®r»5ar i*&
4ob belle. the daogfcter of Jadge D. |lac mi, JOse flat off a 0a
JSoear, of Covington. Judge Jm/Spe .. aad a pacttflSee.
Mooar became posecsed of the Keokak "Xhe nana is la Ok Bmailinw jM
ompaay, and hi* fazaBy awnd aathnpr «r the bol Be ndr town
iaroosedL. aad he was a gaoi
ha Mm nwt? aotfwe daya-
•kfer of the gas fwnyani. loeg bdwe Brt the
.the days of the electric light, aad helacter & a saza SkhE
«Maaioed la that jwaSlioa Car afaaat jaad a atawag rfWrtne to add to the hay
quarter of a oentary. fiaaSy he- 4 jtoeas
ijymtfng Its eoatrollfag oner, la AhlSnn this is shy afi
jjHWfrit postttau he got ahoe
w3A]*od7
to hear of his
SonBfltScver Oou,
Co.
I. L. Boefhtar, WwiMiilfUmj.
The Gate Cttjr Co.. |tl
Ha—riltoa
lad:
aft
OB Col,
Keofcak Treat Co,
Basse
Beseamaa, eaiwiwe Inn-—
j--
pw»
tee%, J»e. Twp.
OT
JaSu S. Berrooghs. Jcttke fees
Twp. il.34
LlHarr.
A. Coffin, pbys. poor Harri
son Twp. S 11.50
Dr. E. M. Bock, same. Moat
rose Twp 45.00
Dr. J. H. Wilson, same, Ce
dar and Marion Twps 45.09
P. E. Hanes, M. D.. same, Des
Moines and Van B. Twps. ... 45.00
ffm. Sloat, same, Denmark
Twp. 25.00
Dr. I. P. Thompson, same,
Franklin and Harrison 27.25
Dr. R. V. McKaig. same. Green
Bay aad Washington 45.00
Dr. A. J. Davis, same. Charles
ton Twp 25.00
Dr. F. H. Dierker, same. West
Point and Pleasant Ridge.. 45.00
Ft. Madison Medical society,
same. Ft. "Madison 300.90
Frank D. Haubert. goods, poor
Keokuk 7.45
E. L. Aldricb, same 5.50
H. J. Vogt, same 5.00
3. S. Dumenil, same 43.00
Santa Fe Dept. store, same.
Ft. Madison 17.22
A. J. Hundt, same 5.00
23. 41 dnspanjer'8 Cash grocery,
same 3.25
?4.*7
George Rollett. aid and trans
portations. poor 23.04
T^. Aldrich, goods, quar. K... 9.77
44R.2')| Mary Ramsey, nursing qnar.
373.20
K. 50.50
Mary Rnark. same. Van B.
Twp 20.00
Dr. W. H. Mott, pbys., same.. 34.00
Court certificates paid by William
Keimbold:
Co»irt reporter, dvil 190.64
Koppel Bame 13.501 Attorney criminal cases 20.00
G. W. Heller, same 10.00 Fees, grand Jury 135.10
Fees, petit Jury, civil
H. S. Brown, same 8.05
~¥. W. Smith, same 6.00
Wm. Ette. plumbing, same 2M.70
.Geo. S. Merrtam, turn. same.. 42.30
Fees, petit Jury, criminal 113.50
Witness fees, G. 124.25
Bailiff civil cases 98.00
Bailiff criminal cases 54.00
Enemy
and Requires Vigorous Treatment
Not Neglect It.
1
*drji
12.0
laa, Co.
Staadart OB Co, the). Co.
C. & ft Q. By. Co, frt. Co.
t.U
ise.ee
OOOBt*W® teM*
50
ELH-?B3PM^^^"*d^y
de
CTtm-
Warren Holliday, boarding pris.
city Jan, 78.70
Henry Bereas, bailiff D. C..
ft M., civil 42.00
Witness fees, Hawkes' court,
K. ... 6.60
John C. Scott, transporting
Wlfiiam Haga to Mt. P. 19.18
J. B. Watkfns, same, Lizzie
Jerveler 10.00
John C. Scott, same, John
Wbeatley, Jr. 11.00
V. T. Doering, pbys. ins 3.00
F. C. Roberts, com. same .... 3.00
H. C. Stem pel, same 3.00
L.. S. Benjamin, goods Poor,
Your
NOW
er, Ktrehaer road $
•The Oate City Co,
1(!
Co. Snpt.
..... 141.60
1877.09
Fruehling, apprais-
Makeshift remedies to
the winds, and get on the right treat*
w?i^°/2ur
dru&
rfsr*rdl?f.
*tore to-day,
a b-eatment that has been praised by
sufferers for nearly half a century
c±®".S-^Vght
I.
tt,,, ets aad records 161.25 John B. Miller, fana band,
T,,.
fBTer I79e«ntcr Co, 2 type-
Ei
writer spiixtss .34
A. J. Beabovr. fael, eoort house
00•
^ase, ezecatlTe cAeer Sup. and sherifTs residence
lKtS"c
##|C.
52812
8."AbeB. snpuiie.. C. EL,
bollard, Atty. def*. ^iGeo. S. Patterwm, same
St
19.29
Madison Electric CbJ Hgit
Iowa Telephone Co, tdl're^
and trfls. Oo home. C. H., KL
9.S8
19.28
7.01
C.00
12.25
Io»ra. State Iasoxance Co^ ins.
C. H., K. 24.00
Davis Sharp, homing ballots. 2.00
Henry Kerens, same 2.00
Jos. 6. Brommell. stationery.. 1.60
Acres Blackmar tt Co., same
aad electrical supplies 383.51
Lotz
Stahi, staty. aad rec­
ords
50-00
Dodd Printing Co.. staty.
Marie L. Adams, dk. Co.
Treas
Jo»e{4iine E3nspanjer, same,
dpty. treas.
Emily Hitch, same aad.
H. A. Skyles, office ezp. dpty.
40.06
75.00
55.00
10.00
Co. Treas. '.
C. D. Diedrich, refund tax, acct
error assessment
EL C. Lynn, trar. aad office exp.
1.80
On motion the decree of the district
court ia the matter of the maintenance
of the dependent children of Anna* B.
Altber, was approved and ordered
filed and the county auditor is hereby
directed to issue a warrant on or
aboat the first of each month in fa
vor of said person oa the filing of
{proper claims as provided by law.
la the matter of the Green Bay
Levee aad Drainage District No. 2,
the board passed a resolution approv
ing the accounts of Edmund T. Perk
ins, engineer, to-wit:
Voncher No. 75 for general construc
tion work, aggregating 31,132.98.
Voucher No. 72 tor labor aad mater
ial In construction of pumping sta
tion, aggregating 32.332.91.
Voucher No. 74 for labor and ma
terial in construction of pumping sta
tion, aggregating *1.287.89.
Also approving the account of ft.
H. G. A. McWilliams, contractors,
to-wit:
Voucher No. 75,
950.50.
fhe matter of the Hartley and
Kirchner roads coming on for bearing
on this day. tbe same was continued
to Wednesday, June 5, 1918.
Tbe minutes of tbe day's session
were read and on motion approved,
whereupon the board adjourned to
meet on Wednesday, June 5, 1918 at
9 O'clock a. m.
Ft, Madison, Iowa, June 5, 1918.
The board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. All member* present. On mo
tion the foHowftrtf claims were allow
ed, Supervisor DeRosear voting aye,
Supervisor Maxwell voting aye, and
Supervisor Kammerer voting aye, to
witr
Payroll for bridge work un
Payroll for bridge work un
der R. C. MaJMer 399.96
Payroll tor dragging county
roads. May ...1129.30
Payroll tor road patrol. May.. 750.55
Luther Hardin, hauling guar.
1 nrm to pest house, K. ....
H. E. Alton, livery phys. quar.
K.
8mrce
T. C. Pollard, prp. Qoar. K. ....
Batten
°t
Catarrh, and forces from the blood
tte germa which cause the disease.
You can obtain special medical advice
y°Pr own case without
Medlc*1
Sc.
IMrec-
1 tor. 22 Swst Laboratery. Atlanta. Ga.
^.Ai}
DAILY GATE
H,
3.«6(S. K. Hat wages, fiannhazid,
D. B. Beeres. £aei COL borne.. 118.76! Co. Borne 45.00
.. jO. J. ftesao, rcUBffiac dock- H. 1a Snyder, attendant same 25.00
On motion tbe board appointed the
following physicians for the poor in!
36.69 Lee county for the year commencing
'-I
John DleRooear, sal, etc., Co.
Supervisor 107
A. Kamerer, same i. 103.80
a gp"n»
mi?^V rV *§&?*$?
CTTY
35.00!
Parti Mfller, attendant, same. 25.00
Frank Hardy, cook, same 45.00
S. S. same 10.00'
Edna Hyde, eoort reporter ... 168.00
& J. C. AUee. Inc.. bridge
mtL 570.87!
Cameron Joyce
Sc.
Co, same,
aad road mtL 150.T9
Geo. Vanatta, repairs, bridge. 13.53
S. A. Krogmeier, ban ling aad
placing temp. caL 2.60
The Steobins Co., equipment
caL crew 11.-40
N. Jade, expense acet.
bridge sopt. 07.35
'B_ C. Meister, same 32.75
Hammond ft Stephens Co..
supplies Co. SupC 38.861
Montrose JoornaL, pub. proc.
B. of S. aad ballot 108.86
Metropolitan Supply Co^ staty. 2.2S
Farm Bureau association, of
fice help, farm B. aad Sopt.
schools 25.00
J. B- Watkins, delivering pri
mary elec. ballots 20.00]
G. EL Maxwell, salaix etc, Co.
Sup. 136.40j
Tbe matter of tbe Hartley aad
Kirchner roads coming up for hear-:
lag on this day the same was con
tinned to Wednesday, June 12th, at'
10 o'clock a. m.
June 1, 1918, aad the county auditor}
is authorized to make contracts, to
wit:.
Dr. J. H. Wilson. Cedar and Marion
townships, at $45.00 per annnm.
Dr. A. J. Davis, Charleston town
ship, at $25.00 per annum.
Dr. P. EL Hanes, Des Moines and
Van Buren townships, at $45.00 per
annum.
Dr. F. Thompson, Franklin and
Harrison townships, at $45.00 per
annum
Dr. R, F. McKaig, Green Bay and
Washington townships, at $45.00 per
annum.
Fort Madison Medical society, city
of Fort Madison, at $350.00 per an
num.
Dr.
Ll
M. Coffey, city of Keokuk,
at $350.00 per annnm.
Dr. H. A. Kinnaman, Jackson town
ship.'outside city of Keokuk, and Lee
-^n County Home and hospital for tbe
aggregating $20."iMane. at $30.00 per month.
On motion the board approved the
minutes of the day's session and ad
journed to meet on Tuesday, June
11, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m.
No Excuse for Loafing.
Chicago Evening Post: War has
created work for all. The demands of
industry and national service are suf
ficient to empty tbe poolrooms of
the street loafers and the clubrooms
of the lounge warmers. The man who
is not busy with brain or hands or
should be done.
A Cur®
5.25
3.00
6.00
Scott, suppUes same,
Van B. twp
Harry J. Schroeder, goods,
poor, Ft. M. 32-40
Cbaa. Marks, same, K.
W. H. MoUers, supplies Co.
Home
4.97
46.68
4.80
Martiif Oa_ Heht
TWO DAYS
ONLY
7.0
Winger Bros*, clothing, same 83.74
STARTING
A RJ-HJU RGU
7—laM—1:15
"Coolest Place
in Town"
after he has taken a look at the grain
crops of South Dakota this year
Any Remarks?
New York World: Gov. Harding, of
Iowa, has issued a proclamation an
I nouncing that English Is the official
Dr. EL Buck. Montrose and Jef-1 language of that state. Remarks are
ferson townships, at $45.00 per annnm. (in order from forty-seven other gov
Dr. F. H. Dierker, West Point and ernors on the same subject.
Pleasant Ridge townships, at $45.00
per annum.
The End Not in Doubt.
Huron Huronite: There may be
days when the war news is bad. But
th^re is no doubt about bow -tbe war
is going to end.
«i^Si
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
To whom this may concern:
In compliance with Section 1613 of
the 1913 Supplement to the Code of
fowa, notice is hereby given of tbe
incorporation of the "FLUID COM
PRESSED STEEL. COMiPAiNJY" un
der the provisions of Chapter 1,
Title 9 of the Code of Iowa and acts
amendatory thereof.
(1) The name of the corporation
is "FLUID COMPRESSED STEEL
COMPANY," and its principal place
of business will be at Keokuk, in Lee
County, Iowa.
(2) The object for which it is
formed and the general nature of the
both at least eight hours a day in
work that is of value to the commun-,,
ity needs disciplining of some kind. 1 ^f98 I® transacted by the cor
Most men who are awake to the ob-!?^ra"on
ligations of tbe time find too few
Payroll tor nnoge wore un- hours in the day and too few days in i, .7* ™a"ul»^urin«' proauang,
der H. N. Jack.$362.55
the week
is
ei
PMti_,
am
11
to conduct and carry on
the busness of operating an electric
furnace, manufacturing, producing.
to do all that they feel iimP°rtin«. exporting, retain* pre-
!.„ f.«i i'™*™"""®' mfviuub, icuiiiu6, yre-
paring and shipping materials, chem
icals. metals, alloys and all products
land by-products thereof to purchase.
lease or otherwise acquire lands,
JI °f,mlnM- quarries, buildings, docks
„??°r warehouses, factories and all things
health, or the world war or other necessary in the undertakings of the
cause inclines a man tmrard^pesslm-^corporation to awn and operate fac-(
Ism. he should take a drive into the toriea for the manufacture or pro- ion Jane 10, 1918, with the issuance
country a«! watch the grain crops as daction of machines, materials, ma-
aiey hike along toward maturity. If chine parts composed in whole or in State for the State of Iowa, and its
he cannot, for any reason, get into tbe part of iron, steel, aluminum, copper,
country himself, he should hold a con- brass, or other metals, alloys or ma
versalion with almost any acquaint- terials to deal in iron, steel, alumi
ance who has made such a trip num. manganese, coke, copper, brass,
through the farming districts. It is, lead, zinc and other metals, alloys,
surprising how eloquent almost any minerals or materials to deal in ma
everyday sort of ifcisos majr become ohinery and all of merchandise
h^rtX* yt
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(HIMSELF)
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WHERE IT REALLY IS COOL
tiu psa
,.TIie DAUGHTER tf FMNCf
Mow would you act toward an emmy ofHoar nl
yew? This girf was in desperate straits, hot 1
same spirit that would guide an Amartcaw gW.
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and materials, models, wood and
metal patterns to manufacture and
machine cylindrical and other cast
ings, pipe and pipe fittings to deal
in all kinds of metals, alloys and
metallic compounds to refine, smelt
and market ores, metals and minerals
of all kinds to own, lease, license,
.acquire, use, operate and introduce
trade-marks, trade-names, patents, in
ventions and to grant licenses in re
spect thereof, to make contracts in
connection therewith to hold and
dispose of stocks, bonds Or other ob
ligations to mortgage or pledge any
stocks, bonds or property, real or
personal, owned by the company to
buy and sell the shares of its own
capital stock and to own, buy, lease,
encumber or sell real estate to sue
and be sued in its corporate name
and to have and exercise any other
powers not expressly named which
may be desirable or necessary in con
nection with any business of the com
pany and which are not contrary to
the Jaws of the state. For a more
complete statement of the powers
claimed by the company, see its Ar
ticles of Incorporation.
(3) The authorized capital stock of
tlie corporation is Three Hundred
Twenty-five Thousand ($325,000.00)
Dollars, divided into one thousand
(1,000) shares of the par value of
One Hundred (100.00) Dollars each
of preferred stock, entitled to re
ceive an eight (8%) per cent divi
dend annually, which dividend Is
cumulative, and nine thousand (9,000)
shares of common stock of the par
value of Twenty-five (825.00) Dol
lars each. The corporation may
commence business when One Thou
sand 3(1,000.00) Dollars of the capi
tal stock is fully paid, and the re
mainder may be issued from time to
time as tbe Board of Directors may
authorize. Stock may be paid for
cash 6r its equivalent in property at
a cash valuation as provided for by
law.
(4) The corporate existence began
certificate by the Secretary of
corporate existence shall cbntinu^
for a period of twenty (20) years
from that date, or until June 10.
1938.
(5) TTie corporation shall be*%ah
aged by a Board of Directors consist
ing of five (S) members of tha corpo­
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with
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THE CVMSCHdSSfiLOxTCUKIIUAT1.0.
ration, who shall be elected annually,
and until the next annual meeting,
to be held on the first Thursday in
the month of February in the year
1919, the, the following shall consti
tute the Board of Directors of the
corporation: N. T. Wilcox, G. k.
Welssenburger, J. O. Boyd, C. vv.
Durrett and J. W. Anderson, andtne
officers shall be as follows: Presi
dent, N. T. Wilcox Vice President,
G. B. Welssenburger Secretary and
Treasurer, J. O. Boyd.
The directors are to be elected an
nually at the annual meeting of the
corporation, held on the first Thurs
day in February in each yew. and
the officers shall be elected by the
directors at a meeting bf the directors
held within thirty (30) days after the
meeting of the stockholders. A va
cancy in any office or in the Board
of Directors may be filled by the re
maining directors for the remainder
of the term.
(e) The Indebtedness of the corpo
ration shall at no" time exceed two
thirds of its capital stock.
(7) Tbe officers, directors and
stockholders personally and the pri
vate property of officers, directors
and stockholders shall be exempt
from all liability for corporate
debtedness.
For a more full and complete
ing of the Articles of
h*
word­
Incorporation
including a full description of tn«
powers and .purposes of
incorpora­
tion, see Corporation Book 5, on
200,of the Lee County, Iowa, recort-'
at Keokuk and the record of filing
said Articles of
Incorporation
in ta
Corporate Records in the office 01
the Secretary of State at Des Moines
Iowa.
Dated at Keokuk, Iowa this 15ti
day of June. 1918.
N. T. WILCOX
O. E. WEISSENBtfRGHR
J. O. BOYD,
C. W. DURRETT.
J. W. ANDERSON
Incorporators. fluid Compress
e.
Steel Company.

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