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DENTIST Dr. L. J. Oldaker DENTIST Over P. M. Christensen store PHONES: Residence 89 Office sy FARM LOANS Farm Loans Lowest rates. Complete set of Abstract of Title to JPHVSICIAN8 DR. .roil fit LEY, Physician Surgeon Office Phone 83. Houie Phone 57 Oflce flr»t door raft of Rvlra Corntr D'ue Stori, witilii c*ira, lowi PAINTER W. O. SCOTT PAINTER and DECORATOR ESTIMATES FURNISHED ILL WORK GUARANTEED. Phone 143 INSURANCE For Greeley Farmers Mutual Fire and Lightning Insurance see Fred Wahlert Sr, Exira, Iowa Wm. L. Clark, Ha nilin, Iowa M. J. Masternou, Audubon Have other agents in Audu bon, Guthrie and Adair conn ties. Also Wind and Torn a do Insurance Written. VETERINARIAN R. A. Lantz VETERINARIAN Office in rear part of First N» ttanal Bank. Calls answered day or alght. Phone No, 166 BUS LINES 10c One Way 20c Round Trip DIAMOND ©o* iADIES I 4Lak your UruKglnt Auditors Office. all lauds and town lots in Audu hoii County. CHARLES BAGLEY FLJL J.Shaw, Prop. Phone I68E2?! CHIOHESTEH SPILLS BRAND '"W for CHI-CHES-TER S DIAMOND JLKAND PILLS in RED COLD metallic boxes, sealed with Ribbon. Takb no OTHER. BAY O Drngrlat and auk for CIII-CIIK8.' ®IAMONJ BKANI) PILLS, for twenty-fivO years regarded as Best, S« f"ert, Always Reliable* SOLD TIME BY ALL DRUGGISTS PlfPRVU/UERP tkibo WORTH CVCnlnnCnC mX fchie tbstkd. Hairnis'burg Pa. Govenor Brum toaugb has admitted that Ms pirobe of the expense accounts filed by the legislators recently elected has foiled to show and contributions •wfctch) would /obligate tliie men to liquor interests. Hie also pamounc «d that he had been unable to CLnd Audubon la. ApTil utli. 1915 Beard of Supervisors met in regu lar session as required by law at 9 o'clock A. M. members present, R. P. Clark Ohim., E. P. Johnson, B. J. Black. Minutes of last meeting read a*nd approved. Minutes during vacation of the Board read and Approved. Otn motion claims on the County Fund were allowed as follows. Audubon Republican Board Proceedings $214.53 Audubon Republican Miscel laneous printing and sup plies 94.80 Audubon Co. Journal Miscel laneous printing and sup- Plies 25.50 Audubon Co. Journal Board Proc-eetings 214.23 Audubon Advocate Board Proceedings 214.53 Audubon Advocate Bar I Docket 30.00 Audubon Advocate Financial I Report 1914 ... 46.90' Audubon Advocate Miscel laceous printing and sup- I P/ies 84.40 H. A. Xortiiup Auditor past age 24.96, express 3.16 freight .45 ... 28.57 1 Clilas S. White commission for collecttrg Insane accts. 18.48 A. J. Leake slack for Co. home .50 J. E. Griffith and Co", station- I ary books and supplies for offices 35.87 P. J. Becker M. D. operation and treatment Mike Simi merson (poor fund) .... 150.00 G. W. Preston groceries for Co. home 40.00 On motion Board adjourn ed to mee' again at one o' clock P. M. One o'ciloctk P. M. Board met pursuart to adjournment members all present. On motion the County At torney was ordered to eon ploy J. M. Graham to assist, in the suits of Tennigkeii •vb Christian Mars- clerk Oak fie'd twp Drace S n-nson trustee Oak field twp. N. P. Hoc gill trustee Oak field twp. A. A. Nelson trustee Oak field twp H. 0. Ferguson Reporter 1 oapitol any expense account of liquor interests or prgamizatioms toor cam/pad gin purposes. twp G. C. Everts trustee Lincoln twp. J. A. Ruthterford mdee for PROCEEDINGS DF THE Mil OE SUPESVISORS 1 ft 1.00 4.55 G. W. Preston oil for court house D. J. Oonkilcn meals for jury Carles Sura-berg, Sheriff_ criminal expense 6.70 post age 6.00 warrant 1.00 .... Clarice Oelke Recorder post age 8.25 express 1.51 mdscl. .16 9.91 13.70 J. Hi. Baker midse for Co ihom© .. 1.35 Wan, J. Hamilton meals for jury Feb. term. 1915 19.20 Joe Dav's meat for Co home 5.35 B. F. W'ilson blacksmdthing for Co. farm Iowa telephone Co. tolls for 1st qr. 1915 C. D. Forsbeck Co. Eng. pes age Wolf Bros. Tent and Awning 2.65 15.04 6.75 Co. Awnings for court house 27.00 James Ho'lenbeek ve'erinary Bervioes eouity farm 3.00 F. A. But":weg dlothiing for county home 2.60 Auduhon Courty la. and Misliler vs Audubon Co. Iowa. Om mnt'on cilaim on th®6 County fund were allowed as follows. Perkd Brcs Oo. stationary ard supplies fcr County officers Acnes BTackmar and Co. stac tion-iry and supplies 8.57 books 106.00 Fidlar and Chambers claim ed 27.80 for stationary and supplies allowed 25.30 J. A. Grfham Co. Aitty. erimd irual exp. 2.25 postage 5.00 com. on fines 11.50 .... Matt Parro't and Sons Co. stationary and supplies 37.14 114.57 18.7." 44.89 B. K. Baili-jy work and mater ial papering at jail D. E. Soar harness and re pails for Co. farm Hernial, s-Mi and S'one car penter work :it courthouse 3 11.00 2.00 2.00 Feb. term 1915 Wesley Jay Bailiff Feb. term 1915 Audubon Co. Electric Co. lights for court house .. Zion Office Supply stationary for Auditor and Recorder Le Mars Printing Co. binding ibook for Recorder A. F. Jensen trustee Lincoln twp C. S. Ohiristensen trustee Lincoln twp G. C. Everts trustee Lincoln twp Geo. Aikrman clerk Lincoln S8.00 28.00 1.50 6.30 18.00 2.00 **##&„^n Mrs. Knopp pc or fund( 4.00 G. R. Osborn locals for Co.," supt 12.OO Metropolitan Supply Co. sttaticmaiy and supplies Metropolitan Supply Co. I books for Auditor and I Treasurer -H. P. Hansen taking T. Frost to Co. home )poor fund( 3.25 Kimballton and Elkhorn Rec ord 'blanks for Auditor 2.00 Johm Nelson burial baby Bert McGlain )poor fund( 15.00 Exira Drug Co. medicine Mts. Herrington 3.45 Oh as Par ro't 3.00 )poor fund( 6.45 Nels Hansen medicine Mrs. Harrington 5.95 Mrs. Baum gardlner 10.15 )poor fund( 16.10 Nels Hansen medicine Mrs. Hardest )pcor fund( 4.20 Estate Nels Petersen rent for Mrs. Hardtesty to 3-1-15 (poor fund) 70.00 P. Ne'son coal for county home 3S.40 A, M. Currier harness for Co. farm 42.25 Remington Typewriter Co. Stationary for Co. Atty. 16.55 Audubon Co. Journal supplies for Auditor 14. H. O. Ferguson Reporter Sharon twp. quarantine work 6. Mae Blackrey meals for jury 4. Omaha Print"ng Co. supplies fcr Recorder Zion- Office Supply pens for Oelke Oo. hardwaie for Co. farm Mrs. Geo. G. Harris care of On motion the School Fund loan of C(hi. is J. Knudsen was ap pro ed. On moLicn tie Hoard ad journwl to niiset asain at 8 o'clock A. M. Apail 6, 1915. Auditors o'f-i' Ai'dv.li'/n 1 A .ril 3.15 2.20 2.0l 2.00 MjBwtoi I® 63.17 34.70 40 Feb. term 1915 ..i H. B. Wilson Bailiff Feb. term 1915 C. M. E. Mortensen Treas. post-, age 22.40 exc#. 11.06 mSscl. 3.85 O. W. Eddy cobe for court houte Auduboin Oo. EJectric Co. imetor for jail 7.00 lamps for court house 1.70 8. Matt Porrott and sons Co. supplies for Auditor D. J. Conklin meals for jury Elkhorn Kimballton Lbr. Co. coal for Hans Hansen (poor fund) Jens Kjagaard coal for Jens 60 55 .80 Auditor and treasurer .... 2 A. E. Beasom livery for of S 2. Geo. N. Weigh ton veterinary services Co. fiarm 00 00 5. 00 25 Jens Weetergaard to 4-23-15 claimed 78.00 al lowed (ipoor fund) .... 72.00 Eben Ezer Mercy Institute oare Jens Westergaard! (poor fund) 9.60 Johnson and Buck shoveling boaid for Oo. farm 2.00 J. F. McCort meat and kill ing hogs for Co. home 3.15 Oin motion clia'ms on the Domes'ic An'mal Fund wtere allowed as foOlcws. F. T. Hale claimed 84.00 for 12 lamlbs killed allowed 66.00 Mrs. Conrad Miller claimed 5.00 for 7 ducks and 1 goose k'l ed' allowed 5.00 Chris A. Jorgers claim ed 40.00 for 1 eer Rejected. Mrs. L. B. Hie. claimed 35.00 for cow injured Rejected. 6 ci' Sc. r.lsrs met at 0 oV IociL A M. -s ye adjoiirnnie'/it of tin* t::11 ii-i:. liiisniiVers [iresient 11. J*. Clark C'iini., 13. P. John son, J. Black. Mi'iiutes of the previous iy read and approved. On mo!ion fees were allowed in the matter of Stale vs Gerald ai:cl Gail Stoneking, dujienclent c'lildreu, as pea- certificate from T. ,\i. Has imussen Mayor Exira Iowa as follows T. M. Rasimissen Mayor fees $3.00 On inottion fees were allowed in the matter of tlile Insanity of J,oli Weiser as per certificate frim tie Olerk Dist Court as follows. F. M. Rice Clerk $5.25 Joe H. Ross Attorney 3.00 A. L. Iirooks Physician .... 3,00 Daniel Franklin Physician .. 3.00 Sam Mull'o:d Witness 2.65 Fees were allowed fin the case of Peter Rasmus Peter sen Insane as per Clerks certificate as follows, F. M. Rice Clerk 2,00 2.00 4.00 Dr. 2.00 I 5.25 D. Franklin Physician 3.00 Dr. A. L. Brooks Physician 3.00 S. C. Kerberg Aittorney .... 3.00 P. L. Hansen Witnees 2.05 Mrs. P. L. Hansen Witness .. 2.05 I On moiion fees were allowed in the case State vs 1-1. G. Leach as per Clerks certifi cate as fo:lo\\i: D. I.. '1'nomas Justice Peace 6.25 Wesley Jay Constable 3.80 diaries Sun.berg Sheriff .... l.so Clark A\ iJeon On motion applications for refunds were disposed of as follows, Ohris Kienapfel claimed 12.50 erroj* iji asssssment and ar.Owfed Chris Zebull claimed 2.00 error in assessment and 50 00 00 37 .31 50 70 4. A. Turner claimed 3.00 er ror in assessment Poll tax Referred to City Clerk. Bert Ea'oa claimed 13.40 er a E allowed 08 20 50 F. 3. Pete sen (poor fund) ... Burroughs Addling Mach Co. attention to macMne to 12-24-14 Frick Drug Co. typewriter ribbons W 12. and N W Ry for lease lot to 3-24-16 5. Fred Clilrietciffersen clerk 95 4. 00 00 00 By mutual consent of the parties there t! c: :.tract be twean Audulon County, la. and the Midliand Metal Manu facturing Co of Ottumiwa la. was amended by s'-rik'ng out thi? 200 ft. cf 48 inch corruga'ed pipe. r" 4 ». J'- qO Otto Petersen witness 4.20 George Gude witness 4.00 1.95 3.20 1.95 3,20 .60 John Mad sen witness Oscar Jensen witness C. H. Wilde witness Fiar.k Hudspath witness II. Carpenter witness Henry Sunberg juror 1.00 Ilick North'up juror 1.00 Won'. Rucker juror 100 J. P. Woodland juror 1.00 Harvey Maliarg juror 1.00 Wm. Benson juror 1.00 A. E. Hurd witness 2.60 Robt. Owen witness 1.45 Audu!on Co Sheriffs fees 2.40 Clerks costs g.oo Reporte-is fees 9.00 Jury fees On motion, fees were allow ed dn case S ate vs Ethel Kate as per Transcript from Clias. S. White J. P. Chas S. White Justice fees 6.oo 1 1.50 Rejected. Herndon claimed 14.74 error in assessment E allowed B. M. Grose repairs to road grader 12.50 14.74 E. Ferguson claimed 1.00 error in assessment Dog Rejected. W. V. Roth claimed 3.00 error in assessment Poll tax •RefeiTed to City Clerk. 13.40 J, Schmidt claimed 25.12 error in assessment E allowed F. J. Schlmidt c'.a m'sd 4.00 er ror in assessment and allowed E. A. Ba es claimed 55.00 er ror in assessment and allowed E. A. Bates claimed .58 error in assessment poll tax allowed H. E. Williamson Claimed 2.00 error in assess me dog Rejected. Robert Rutherford I rimed 15.00 error in assessment and a 1 wed 25.12 4.00 1 55.00 .68 15.00 On mot on the Annual Re ports of the following Jus tice of Peace were approved., A. H. Zinka Douglas twp. S. L. iMull'ord Viola twp. A. H. Edtwards Douglas twp. On .motion claims for Bounties were al.owed as follows. Hans Madsen cash paid 72 gophers 7,20 H. C. Hoifmain 1 adult wiolf 20.00 O. F. Armstrong 1 adult wolf 20.00 On motion the following Bondb were approved. C. A. Petty blade grader contractor. W. H. Boltcn steward Co. home. Jolv.1 Pedersen. c.le" Hamlin twp. Wm Power foreman wood 'bridigies. E. E. S*inj lv blada grader contractor. 'i'l lis be I?g the date fixed for fdi nal action in the matter of the vacation of a ro'd petitioned for by O lioed et al the Board took ithie matter up ard decided not to vacate S.11113. (see Road Record) On 111.0 ti 011 A. II. Zinke was apt poin ed Justice cf the Peace Doug las t\VP'. On motion Reports were opproved as follows. Charles Sunberg Sheriff 1st qr. 1915 Ola-rice O. lke Re o.d 1st qr 1!) 1.7 11. A. Nortlilup Auditor 1st qr '.11 r, Rice Clerk 1st ir 19 15 H-oltcn steward Co. Home F. M. YV. II. Is', qr. 1915. Fund m!)'!ion claims on the Bridge were allowed as follows. Pay 1'toM Misv:l bridge repairs 38.93 Pay Roll unloading lumber at Audubon and Exira Pay Roll 'repairs to Lincoln Drace Sornson hauling and building emergency Br. A. M. Ourrder repairs to br. equipment 67.63 6.1 5 No. 1.7 Oakfield Braytoai Lbr. Co. emergency lumiber Oakifield twp- .... J. S. Allee liay for bridge team W. T. Joyre Co. bridge lum ber Viola twp E. M. Johnson 150 bridge stirrups Downey and Son empty bbl for bridge crew 1,50 Wheeler Lbr. Br. and Sup ply Co. Fir bridge lumber as per contractt 14.50 6.00 58.80 49.50 TRANSACTS A QBNBR AL BANRCIND BUSINB88.... 48.00 6346.72 6.75 r/* A. E. Beason repairs to br tools 4.40 J. S. Dennis dirayage br. material .60 hay for br. team 12.15 12.75 •ana Const. Co. paint and hardware for bridges as per contract 392.93 E. E. Smith horse for bridge team 175.00 Daniel BrandBtrat er claimed 15.80 for keep bridge team at Exira allowed 12.20 On motion claims om the Road fund were allowed as follows. 1 I Mike Simirwerson damage tol- 6 0 •1" and by travel 10.00 hauling drag to Exira 2.00 12.00 Chris N. Kirk repairs to o'land Hy sec 1 1 00 J. S. Dennis repairs to tools otols 1.50 drayage-on material 2 10 Edniun-d Bruhn emergency re pairs W A Hy 4 00 Lana Const Co. culvert ma terial 1914 87,76 Johm Nailor dealing roadway W A Hy Sec 17.75 sec 1-50 Nels Beck repairs to road grader v. 8 65 4 qq Roscoe S Miller dragging Aud ubon and DediMam Hy sec CD 14.00 Wm. Deist shoveling1 snow O'lamd Hy Sec 3.75 Audu bon and Ross Hy See A 2.50 6.25 Imffl fiahtfc You spend so much time in your own home that you should be choice about the papers on your wall. Just let this smiling little bey remind you to look at your walls and see if they don't need new paper. Then come to us for it. Our patterns and our prices will please you. EXIRA DRUG COMPANY We give you w||at you ASK for. Now is the Time Fullerton Lumber Co i'mn 'wortter. i'rrmn-iftit .'oJjt. .V Uh ri it*. *. ., ,tf,l i| HIMIIIi'lliilJI I' H8fekeW^«ahMv- 95 Audubon County Journal April 15. Orrin C. CoJee grader work 1.50 filling at culverts 5.50 Hamlin and Hy Sec 7.00 Orrin Coleo filling at cul verts Sec 1 Hamlin and Greeley Hy 15.25. On 1.union On motiou claims on the County Fud were allowed as follows, H. A. Parrott carpenter •work at Cc. farm .... $ 12.40 Chas. Sunberg Sheriff postage 5.00 R. P. Clark session 32.00 mii-1 eage 6.80 Committee 16.00 mileage 4 00 58.80 E. F. Johnson session 32.00 mileage .40 Committee1 12.00 mi'eage 3.60 48.00 J. Black session 32.00 mil eage 3.60 committtee 8.00 mileage 2.25 45.8a On motion the Board adjourned to meet April 13, 1915. R. P. Clark Clim-. Board Supervisors. Attest H. A. Nortliiup, 19.25 A it or Elkhart Ind.—Twenty nine years ago a tlilief stole a new pair of trou sers from J. s. $£- i^ov, -TIMCL svyjuw* I Board adjourned to me*t again at One o'clock P. M. One o'clock P. M. B'oard met pursuant lo adjournment, members 'all present. Ban.nimam. Last week ithie "pants" were returned 'by parcel post. Mr. Ban-nimari is wear ing the breeches, which, have, mean while turned from black to green. There is no clue to- the conscience Btricken thief. nve -fuwe Jtfc 4 You to do your ©pairing. will need LUMBER tor your fences, road bridges, repaira on your house and barn, etc. We are in a posi tion to offer special induce ments to early comers giv ing yc the best possible mar terial, at prices that defy competition. r/ic*- t-'rerji-Jrtii S'rt Drtntiojriie. EXCHANGE BANK K.rtrn. #«»»/•«. Colltctlon* oromptky atundta Monty to loan on good Mcorliiv Bicbanf* bougbt and (old.