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(Adjourned June Session),, Auditor's Office, Audubon, Iowa, Aug. 11, 1919. Eight o'clock a. m., board Mary B. Hicks, care H. R. Smith from July 7, 1919 to August 4, 1919 at $5 per wefek Walter Jensen, care" R. J. Hillis Phippen et al 45 gophers Elroy E. Schwenneker, 24 gophers Hans Sorensen et al, 201 gophers You I su~ pervisors met pursuant to adjourn ment of July 30, 1919. Members present, J. H. Maharg, chairman Ai Miller and Soren, Madsen. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. On motion the board examined and allowed the following claims. County Fund Forshay & Roe, insurance on real and personal pro perty 61.50 Carter Hardware Co., sup plies for court house 1.70 Iowa Telephone! Co., tolls for July 11.20 R. C. Spencer, supplies $35.50 miscellaneous printing $1.50 board proceedings $42.40 -',79.40 Matt Parrott & Sons Co.,. book for recorder ...1 LeMars Printing Co., book for recorder Metropolitan Supply Co.,, supplies for county sup-| erinteadent J. H. Cavanuagh, hauling ashes and grass ..from court house yard Perkins Bros. Co., book for recorder Iowa Light, Heat and Pow er Co., lights for court house, July 'Iowa Light, Heat and ,Ppw er Co., light for jail JXjljr Artificial Ice Co., icl Jtor court house jSLIL.. B. F. Wilson, sheriff, post age $1.00 criminal ex pense $130.50 58.65 39.15 53.27 4.00 36.95 5.28 2.40 7,50 131.50 Poor Funfl Mary B. Hicks, care'Hv" R. Smith from May 5 to July 7, 1919, at $5 per week- 45.00 20.00 Aikman family, from De cemberJ-3 to December 26, Exira Coal and Feed Co*"" coal for Hi Heath 11.10 ,14.00 Bridge Fund Standard Brdige Co., car of fiir lumber No. 882997 Pennsylvania 1015.00 Domestic Animal F°nd "Simon Foley, one lamb kill ed by dog8 10.00 Gopher Fund •Carroll Mowery, 6 gophers' W 6 0 4.50 2.40 20.10 In the matter of the change in the NW. of Section 6, Township 80 N., R. 34 W., in Audu bon County, Iowa: channel It being ten 'o'clock the hour set 'to hear objections to the above titled matter and on one appearing the same was laid over until one o'clock p. m. On motion the, board adjourned to one o'clock p. m. One o'clock board met pursv^nt to adjournment. Members all pres ent. In the matter of the channel change in the NW. *4 of Section 6, Township 80 N„ R. 34 W., in Audu bon county, Iowa: Whereas on the 11th day of Aug ust, 1919 at 10 o'clock a. m., the board of supervisors met.in an ad journed session ,at the auditor's of fice at Audubon, Iowa, and preceed ed to a consideration of the objec tions to the proposed chdnge of the stream aforesaid, and to consider claims filed for damages on account thereof,' and whereas, the board, af ter inspection of the proofs of the service of notice in said matter finds that notice has been dul£ served in the the form and manner as provid ed by law, and in time for, this hear ing ,on all owners through whose land said proposed change of stream extends or upon whose land such proposed change of stream borders- or abutts, and upon all persons in possession of such land and whereas the board finds that objections to, such proposed change have been filed by Hannah Miller, Eva I .Miller and Frank L. Mill ed and the board further finds that claims for damages on account of said proposed change have been filed as folows: "Frank .Mill' er, $1500 Hannah Miller and EVa I. Miller, $3,000. Now therefore be it resolvod by the said board of supervisors, after due consideration oNthe objections aforesaid, and of /each of them, that the same and each of them be and are hereby overruled and not sustained, and be it further re solved, that after due consideration of said claims for damages, the board proceeded to a determination thereof, and finds and awards to each of the said claimants as dam ages on account of such change of said stream as proposed, as follows: To Frank L. Miller, $38.80. To Hannah Miller anJ Eva. I. Miller, $311.26. The same being the proportion ate interest of each of said claim ants in and to the sum of $350 as shown by the only available re cords, said amount of $350.00 be ing considered by the said board to be the total amount of damages sus tained by reason of the taking of the land as proposed for said change. And be it further resolved and ordered by said board of supervis ors that the change in the stream aforesaid, as recommended by the county engineer be and is hereby established. And be it further resolved and ordered that the county auditor be and is hereby ordered to issue war rants on the county road fund in favor of each of the aforesaid claim ants, in the amount as herein awarded. And be it further resolved that said Audubon county enter ujjon said land herein proposed to be taken for the purpose of the change aforesaid, and proceed to work and improve the same. A motion was made by Ai Miller and Beconded by Soren Madsen that the above resolution be adopted. A vote was had with the fol lowing results: Maharg, yes Miller, yes Madsen, yes. The application of Win. Dela hoyde, blind, for increase in pen sion from $150.00 to $300.00 per year, as provided by House File No. 108 38 (x. A., was approved. On motion the board adjourned to eight o'clock a. m., August 25th, 1919. Approved: J. H. MAHARG forshay & R~oe Insurance Special Form Policy on .. Automobiles Fire, Theft and Tornado TheKewWay ZDrycLen. Has Xt The Dry-Kure Retreader Come in and.let us demonstrate to you the superiority of this wonderful machine. We had the pleasure of installing the first Retreader in this viciuity which we have been using the last three months and will gladly give you further details on tTire Repairing and Vulcanizing Recharging and Rebuilding Storage Batteries Expert Workmanship. Right Prices. may not need anew Battery now but when you 5 do buy the PHILADELPAIA DIAMOND GRID 1 Battery--the best for your car. Guaranteed 18 months I AUDUBON BATTERY AND TIRE REPAIR CO. Phone 378 B. F. Dryden, Prop. One-half Block East Rock Island Depot Chairman. Attest: W. J. HAMILTON, County Auditor. The little n*an who plugs away at his advertising consistently and per sistently will pass the big fellow who makes a splurge spasmodically and then lapses into indifference. Our great corn crop was- treated to a fine shower Sunday night. Just as it was needed, although nothing but the gardens were suffering. The shower came up during Sunday night and deposited, about an inch of nice soft warm water on the vegetation and it was satisfying to see the effects the n^xt -day. The general version now is that shower will make the crop certain. Audubon, Iowa Mr. and Mrs, Milton ,D. Crow of Cameron* township visited relatives here at the Lancelot home Saturday. The Journal office was putting 'on paint at the sanctorium Saturday. Mr. Eaton was the artist in charge. Mrs. Fred Larsen of Atlantic and little son Emmert were renewing old acquaintances here Saturday last, Automobile owners had, better get busy before you are invited to come and PAY UP. It's surely coming and will surprise you if you are not paid up. A. D. Statzell returned Friday from Sioux City where he went as a delegate to K. of P. Grand Lodge. Miss Naomi VandeBrake who has been here several weeks left Friday for-her home in Orange City. Her Brother, John accompanied her as far as Carroll. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Furtney has been named Glenn. Archer. The little lad js getting along fine. Mrs. john Parrott and daughter spent a few days the forepart of this week with her father, Joshua Consins in Atlantic. A large crowd of Exira people autoed to Crystal Lake near Lewis, Sunday, and spent the day. -. Dr. John Bishop of St. Charles came Saturday for an over Sunday visit with his son, John and wife. Mrs. Tom Gill went up to Audu bon, Wednesday evening for a short visit at the Roy Weird home. Herman Jensen of Lusk, Wyom ing, arrived in Exira Friday for a visit with his parents, Martin-Jen sen and wife. Herman was dis charged from the army about two months ago. Mr. and Mrs. Womer of Iowa City spent a couple of days last week ot the Roy Dryden home. Word reached here of the birth of a new baby to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Kommes in Howard, South Dakota. The little one ar rived August 9th. FOUR DAYS Miss Clara Tibben is on the list this week. Tues. Free Attractions Positively the Best Ever Shown Thearl-Duffield Fireworks Bett's Trained Seals Aerial Patts Bell-Thazer Bros. Kealakai Hawaians sick Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bates re turned Thursday to their home in Omaha. Frank and his good wife are always welcome in this neck of the woods. Vernon Andersen departed Sat urday for Colorado, where he will help care for tubercular patients at 'a camp hospital. 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