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Silver City, Idaho
Wednesday, Jan. 10,1012
Board met after recess at ten o'clock A. M.
Present: Chas. H. Grete, Chairman; R. J.
Gifford and A. J. Harley, Commissioners, and J.
S. St Clair, Clerk. * *
The following proceedings were had. to wit:
The minutes of the previous meeting were
read and duly approved.
W T hereupon, it is ordered that the bill of W. W.
Jones for disinfecting be dissallowed,
of not being a proper charge against the county.
Whereupon, the Board examined and partly
approved the Fee Report of O. F. Brunzell, f
Sheriff'and License Collector, disallowing $292.40
of the voucher of J. A. Wroten.
Pursuant to the provisions of Sec. 1109 of the
Idaho Revised Codes,
It is hereby ordered that W. H, Schuyler,
M. D., be and be is hereby appointed a member
of the County Board of Health and Secretary
aud Executive Officer of said Board.
account
Whereupon, the Board examined, audited
and 'allowed the following bills and ordered
warrants drawn on the Current Expense Fund
in payment:
Gardner & Downey, Livery and feed.. $28 98
(Disallowed, $7.00)
D. O'Keefe, Labor and repairs
Whereupon, it is ordered that the order made
and entered by the Board 011 January 19th, 1909,
appointing a Fire Guard, with compensation
fixed at $15 per quarter, to care for the hose,
hydrants and fire extinguishers, and examine
stove pipes, fire places, -chimneys and fire
escapes, in all public and private buildings
within Silver City, be modified by striking out
that portion of said order providing for compen
sation for services that may be Tendered by said
Fire Board.
Whereupon, it is ordered that the United
States Fidelity & Guaranty Co. be released from
all liability on the bond furnished by the
Caldwell Commercial Bank as a depository for
County funds.
Whereupon, it is ordered that the resignation
of Solomon A. Newman, as Justice of the Peace
of Three Creek precinct, be not accepted.
The Board having under consideration the
insurance policy in The Prussian-National In
surance Company, covering the Court House
and jail, and it Appearing that the premium on
said insurance policy is excessive, it is ordered
that the Clerk of the Board return to the Wilson
Smith Realty Co., said insurance policy as
being rejected by the board.
Whereupon, it is ordered that this Board do
cess until Thursday, the 11th inst.,
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now take a
at ten o'clock A. M.
CHAS. H. GRETE
Chairman
Attest:
J. S. St CLAIR, Clerk
Silver City, Idaho
Thursday, Jauuary 11. 1912
at ten o'clock A. M.
Board met after re
Present: Chas. H. Grete, Chairman; R. J. Gif
ford and A. J. Harley, Commissioners and J. S.
St. Clair. Clerk.
The following proceedings were had, to wit:
The minutes of the previous meeting were
read andtfluly approved.
Whereupon, the Board examined, audited and
allowed the following bills and accounts, und
ordered warrants drawn
the Current Expense
Fund in payment thereof:
John Hore, feed by Assessor
John Hore, feed by Sheriff...
$6 00
7 00
Whereupon, W. L. Harvey appeared before the
behalf of various taxpayers, residents
of what is known as the King Hill Segregation,
asking for a reduction in the* assessments of
certain of said taxpayers on account of the as
sessments of the property of such tax-payers
being grossly overestimated;
And the consideration of said matters not
having been finally concluded,
It is ordered that this Board do now take a
recess until Friday, the 12th inst, at ten o'clock
A. M.
Board
CHAS. H. GRETE
Attest:
Chairman
J. S. ST CLAIR, Clerk
Silver City, Idaho
Friday, January 12th, 1912
Board met after recess at ten o'clock A. M.
Present: Chas. H. Grete, Chairman; R. J. Gif
ford and A. J. Harley, Commissioners, and J. S.
St Clair, Clerk.
The following proceedings were had, to wit:
The minutes of the previous meeting were
read and duly approved.
Whereupon, the Board examined, audited and
allowed the following bill aud ordered a
warrant drawn on the Road Fund in payment :
Ross McKeith, Contract, Hauling and
Timbers
The Board audited and allowed the follow
ing bill and ordered a warrant drawn
Current Expense Fund in payment:
Jennie F. Avery, Salary and expenses
as School Superintendent
Whereupon, it is ordered that the Auditor
prepare a Statement of the Financial Con
dition of Owyhee County at the close of busi
ness January 2d, 1912, which statement was
prepared, presented to the Board, and duly ap
proved.
Whereupon, it is ordered that the petition of
Joseph Lessman, P. M. Hardisty, and others,
asking for the creation of a new school dis
trict, be and the same is hereby granted, said
district to be designated as School District No.
28, of Owyhee County, the boundaries thereoi
to be as follows:
Beginning at a point on the boundary line
between the States of Idaho and Oregon
at the No. 73 Mile Post, and running thence
east about eight miles to the Range line
between Ranges 4 and 5 West; thence
south
line; thence west about eight miles to
the intersection of the State lines of Idaho,
Nevada and Oregon; thence north on the
line between the States of Idaho and Ore
gon to the point of beginning.
Whereupon, it is ordered that the applica
tion of Charles Green for a license to sell intox
icating, spirituous, malt and fermented liquors,
to be drank iu, on or about the premises where
sold, be, and the same is hereby granted.
In the matter of the application of J. C. Cos
sev and P. A. Groves for a license to sell intoxi
cating, spirituous, malt and fermented liquors
.$251 00
the
$440 60
said range line to the Nevada
&r wines, to be drank In, on, or about the P^emi
ses where sold in Homedaleprecinct:
Whereas, there has been filed with the clerk
of the Board a remonstrance signed by a num
ber of the residents of liomedale and vicinity,
praying that the Board do not grant a license
to anyone to conduct a saloon in liomedale;
And whereas, after due aud deliberate con
sideration, it appearing to the satisfaction
of the Board that the granting of said appli
cation for license will not be conducive to the
best interests of the community where such
j saloon is proposed to be established;
It is therefore ordered that said application
for license be and the same is hereby denied,
j Whereas, the Fidelity and Deposit Company
! of Maryland lias notified the Board of its desire
i to be relieved from all liability arising by
On of the execution of a certain bond,
eon ted on behalf of Thomas Higgins, as Retail
Liquor Dealer at Three Creek, Owyhee County,
And Whereas, said Thomas Biggins has this
day presented to the Board for its approval a
bond in lieu of the one executed by the said Fi
delity and Deposit Company of Maryland;
And Whereas, the Board has examined and
f
duly approved said substitute bond;
It L hereby ordered that said substitute bond
be aud the same is hereby accepted, and that
the Clerk be and he is hereby authorized and
directed to cancel and return to said Company
the said bond
juted by said Fidelity and De
posit Company of Maryland.
In the matter of the application of 8 N Ayres,
Nellie Burgess, A W Bergstrom, Clyde E Bott,
William Weed Catliu, Frank E Catlin, James
Eaton, J W Fiuk, Chas W Fuller, Bert Fink,
Louis W Freeman, E F Gifford, Alison Galo
way, Lotta Hess, Alexander Hanson, F II Hill
stone, L L Ingraham, C R Sehiek, Heury C
Jones, L J Kyes, F II Laird, C S Machwart,
John Murer, William McClure, C E Norton, LI
E S Potter, Frank O Leonard, LJ Morrison, Geo.
Story, W G Scholtz, A W Tingwall, Grant Story,
C A Walsh, Herbert Wright, Adolph Woodward,
W D Wagner, A R Wells, Lucius Wells, W H
Wilson, Mrs H A Genung, J R Wagner, for cor
rections of double and erroneous assessments for
the year 1911,
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Board
that there are a number of double aud erron
essments, clerical errors, and assess
eous
meuts where, in the judgment of the Board,
the valuation of the property was so grossly
overestimated that the same was a mistake in
the assessments of the above-named tax payers,
as entered upon the assessment roll of Owyhee
County, Idaho, for the year 1911.
Upon applicati
uey for said applicants,
It is ordered that the following corrections,
cancellations and reductions be made in the as
sessments of said tnx payers, that the Auditor
be authorized to credit the Tax Collector witl^
the amount thereof in his tax accounts with the
County, to wit:
S. N. Ayres: Cancel assessment on Lot 3 and
the N E 14 of S W*4, Sect! n 31, Tp 5 S, li il
E, containing 77.50 acres, for the reason
that the final certificate therefor had not
been issued, on the second Monday in Jan
uary, 1911.
The amount of such cancellation : State and
county tax, $44.94.
A. W. Bergs!
W 4 S E 4, Section 23, and N W 4 N E 4
Section 26, Tp 5 S, R 10 E, from $2160.00 to
$ 1200 . 00 .
Amount of taxes to he cancelled by rea*
of s ich reduction: State and County tax,
$20.16; Joint School District No. 11, $2.88.
William Weed Catlin: Reduce assessment
on N W 14 S E 14, Section 19, Tp 5 8 , R 11 E,
containing 40 acres, from $1080.00 to $600.00
Amount of taxes to be cancelled by reasou of
such reduction: State aud Couuty tax,
$10.08; Joint School District No. 11, $1.44.
Frank E. Catlin: Reduce assessment on Lot
2, Section 17, Lot 2, Section 8 , Tp 5 8 , R 11
E, containing 61.52 acres, from $1661.40 to
$922 80.
Amount of taxes to be canceled by reason of
such reduction: State and Couuty tax,
$15.51; Joint School District No. 11, $2.21.
James Eatou : Cancel assessment as to Lot 2
Section 29, Tp 5 S, R 11 E, containing 49.92
acres, for the reason that the same is not
included in final certificate heretofore is
sued to said Eaton.
Amount oi such cancellation: State and
Couuty tax, $28.29; Joint School District
No. 11, $4.04.
J. W. Fink: Reduce assessment on 8 E 4*
S W 14. Section 7, Tp 5 S, K 11 E, from $1080
to $600.00.
Amount of taxes to be canceled by reason of
such reduction: State and County lax,
$10.08; Joint Schoo] District No. 11, $1.44.
Chas. W. Fuller: Reduce assessment ou N
W 4 N W Ü, S W 4 NWJ 4 , Section 34,
N E 4 N E 14, Section 33, Tp 5 S, R 10 E,
containing 120 acres, from $2160.00 to $1800
Amount of taxes to be cancelled by reason of
such reduction: State and County tax,
$7.56.
of W. L. Harvey, Esq., attor
: Reduce assessment ou S
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to
Bert Fink: Reduce assessment on Lot 7,
8 WJ 4 . 8 E 4 , Section 17, Tp 5 S, R 11 E,
containing 67.92 acres, from $1833.30 to
$1018.80.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled by reason of
such reduction: State and County tax.
$17.10; Joint School District No. 11, $2.45.
Louis G. Freeman: Reduce assessment on
Lot 5, Section 6, Tp 6 S, R 11 E, containing
37.81 acres, from $10:0.60 to $567.15.
Amount of taxes to be canceled by reason
of such reduction: State and County tax,
$9.52.
G. F. Gifford: Reduce assessment on 16
acres, situate iu the N W 4 N E ^.Section
18, Tp 5 S, R 11E, assessed to J. Paul
Johnston, from $432 to $240.
Amount of taxes to be canceled by reason
of such reduction: State and County tak,
$4.03; Joint School District No. 11, $0.58.
Allison Galloway: Reduce assessment on N
W 4 N E 4, Section 19, N E 4 S W 4 ,
W 4 S E 14, Section 18, Tp 5 S, R 11 E, from
$1320 to $2400.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled by reason
of such reduction: State and County tax,
$40.32; Joint School District No. 11, $5.76.
Mrs. H. A. Genung: Reduce assessment on
24 acres situate iu N W % N E 4* Section
18, Tp 5 S, R 11 E, assessed to J. Paul
Johnston, from $648 to $360.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled thereby:
State aud County tax, $6 03; Joint School
District No. 11, $0.86.
Lotta Hess: Reduce assessment on S W 4
N W ?4. Section 24, Tp 5 S, K 10 E, con
taining 40 acres, from $1080 to $600.
Amount of taxes to cancelled
of such reduction: State and County Tax,
$10.08; Joint School District No. ll\ $1.44.
Alexander Hanson: Reduce assessment on
Lot 1, Section 19, Tp 5 S, R 11 E, containing
38.31 acres,
from $899.10 to $499.60.
Amount of taxes to be Cancelled by reason
of such reduction: State and County tax,
$8.89; Joint School District No. 11, $1.19.
F. H. Hillstone: Reduce assessment on Lot
2, Section 83, Tp 5 8 , R 11 E, containing
20.38 acres, assessed to Robert C. Michael,
from $5-19.90 to $305.70.
Amount of taxes to he cancelled by reason
of such reduction: State and County tax,
$5.13.
L. L. Iugraham: Reduce assessment on E ?4
NE !4 NEH, Section 26, Tp 5 S, It 10 E,
containing 30 acres, from $810 to $450.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled by reason
of such reduction : State and County tax,
$7.56; Joint School District No. 11, $1.08.
C. R. Schick: Reduce assessment on the W ^4
N E 4 NE l 4, Section 20, Tp 5 S, R 10 E,
containing 10 acres, assessed to L. L. Ingra
ham, from $270 to $150.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled by reason
of such reduction: State and County tax,
$2.52; Joint School District No. 11, $0.36.
Henry C. Jones: Reduce assessment on Lot
2, Section 18, Tp 5 S, R 11 E, containing
31.86 acres, from $859.50 to $477.90.
Amount of taxes to be cancel led by reason
of such reduction: 8 tate aud County tax,
$ 8 ; Joint School District No. 11, $1.95.
F. H. Laird: Cancel assessment on N E 4
S W 4, Section 13, Tp 5 S, R10 E, 40 acres,
on account of final certificate therefor
had not been issued
of January. 1911.
Amount of taxes' cancelled by reason of
such cancellation: State and County tax,
$22.68; JointSchoolDistrictNo.il, $2.24.
C. S. Machwart: Reduce assessment
4, Section 19, Tp 5 8 , R 11 E, 87.63 acres,
from $1015 20 to $564.45.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled by reason
of such reduction: State and County tax,
$9 47; Joint School District No. 11, $1.36.
William McClure: Reduce assessment on
Lot 3, Section 17, N E ^ S E 4, Section
18, T 5 S, R 11 E, 77.20 acres, from $2084.40
to $1158.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled by rea
son of such reduction: State and County
tax, $19.45; Joint School District No. 11,
$2.78.
C. E. Norton: Reduce assessment on 8 E )4,
S E 4 , Section 31, T 5 S, R 11 E, 40 acres,
from $1080 to $600: and cancel improve
ments amounting to $180, being exempt
by law.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled by reason
of such reduction and cancellation: State
and County tax, $13.86.
"* H. E. S. Potter*. Reduce assessment
7, Section 29, Tp 5 S, R 11 E, 47.87 acres,
from $1292.40 to $717.05.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled by reason of
such reduction: State and County tax,
$1*2.08; Joint School District No. 11, $4.31.
L. J. Morrison: Reduce assessment on N B
H, 8 W 4, Section 19, Tp 5 fe, R 11 E, 40
acres, from $1080 to $600, and cancel im
provements amounting to $157.50, being
exempt by law.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled thereby:
State and County tax, $13.38; Joint School
District No. 11, $1.92.
H. E. Spotter: Cancel assessment on Lot 2,
Section 8 . Lot 2, Section 17, NW^SE 4 .
Section 19, Lot 7, Section 29, Tp 5 S, R 11
E, 47.87 acres, on account of double assess
ment with Homer E. 8 . Potter.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled thereby:
State and County tax, $27.14; Joint School
District No. Il, $3.88.
W. G, Scholtz: Reduce assessment on W V %
S E 4 S W%, Section 24, Tp 5 8 , R 10 E,
20 acres, assessed to A. W. Tingwall, from
$540 to $300.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled thereby:
State and County tax, $4.55; Joint School
District No. 11, $0.72.
A. W. Tingwall: Reduce assessment on E4
S E 4 8 W 4, Section 24, Tp 5 S, R 10 E,
20 acres, and cancel improvements, $67.SO,
being exempt by law.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled thereby:
State and County tax, $6.46; Joint School
District No. 11, $0.92.
Grant Story: Reduce assessment
NW^NW' 48 \V 4 , Section 32, Tp 5 8 ,
R 11 E, 80 acres, from $2160 to $1200.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled thereby
State and County tax, $20.16.
account
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C. A. Walsh: Cancel
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account of final certificate there
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acres,
for had not been issued
the second
Monday of January, 1911.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled thereby,
State and County tax, $28.29; Joint School
District No. 11, $3.24.
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Herbert Wright: Reduce assessment
Lot 4, Section 18 , Tpô S, R 11 E, 16.87 acres,
from $411 90 to $245.55, and cancel improve
ments of $126.00, bciug exempt by law.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled thereby:
State and County tax, $6.77; Joint School
District No. 11, $0.97.
Adolph Woodward: Reduce assessment on
£• W 4 N E 4 , Section 31, Tp 5 S, RUE,
40 acres, from $1080 to $600.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled thereby :
State and County tax, $10.08.
W. I). Wagner: Reduce assessment on 8 E 4
N E 4} Section 18, Tp 5 S, It 11 E, 40 acres,
from $1080 to $000; cancel assessment on N
E 48 E 4 , Section 18, TpôS, R 11 E, on
account of double assessment with W. O.
McClure.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled thereby:
State and County tax, $32.
District No. 11, $4.68.
A. R. Wells: Reduce
N *4
Joint School
essment ou S W 4
N E 4, N W 4 8 E 4. Section 32, Tp 5 S,
R 11 E, 80 acres, from $2160 to $1200.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled thereby:
State and County tax, $20.16.
Lucius Wells: Reduce assessment on Lot 7,
Section 7, Tp 5 S, R 11 E; 16.S6 acres, from
$454.50 to $252.90; and cancel assessment
on N W 4 S E 4 • Section
E, on account of double assessment with
A. It. Wells.
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Amount of taxes to be cancelled thereby:
State and County tax, $49.59; Joint School
District No. II, $0.60.
W. II. Wilson: Reduce assessment on 8 W %
N E 4, Section 18, Tp 5 8 , R 11 E, assessed
to J. Paul Johuston, from $1080 to $600.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled thereby:
State and County tax, $10.08; Joint School
District No. 11, $1.44.
J. R. Wagner: Reduce assessment on Lot 3,
Section 10, Tp 5 S, R11E, 32.30 acres,
from $866.70 to $484.50; S % Lot 4, Section
18, Tp 5 S, R 11 E, 16.37 acres, assessed
to Herbert Wright, from $441.90 to $245.55.
Amount of taxes to be cancelled thereby:
State and County tax, $12.06; Joint School
District No. 11, $1.96.
Whereupon it is ordered that the Tax Col
lector be and he is hereby authorized to refund,
out of any moneys now in his hands, which
may be applied in payment thereoi, unto the
following-named taxpayers, taxes erroneously
collected and paid under protest, and that the
Auditor bo and he is hereby authorized to credit
the Tax Collector therewith, as follows:
Nellie Burgess: State and County tax, $10.90;
Joint School District No. 11, $1.55.
Clyde E. Boit: State and County tax, $22.08;
Joint School District No. 11, $4.01.
Janies Eaton: State and County tax, $10.08:
Joint School District No. 11, $1.44.
L. J. Kyes: State and County tax, $10.08;
Joint School District No. 11, $1.44.
John Murer: State aud County tax, $10.08;
Joint School District No. 11, $1.44.
Frank 0. Leonard: State and County tax,
$10.08; Joint School District No. 11, $1.44.
GeorgoStory: State and County tax, $10.08.
R. Bennett & Son: State and Couuty tax,
$9.66; Live Stock San. tax, $0.35; Pre. An.
tax, $0.23.
Frank H. Scott: State and County tax, $3.57.
Whereupon, it is ordered that this Board do
now take a recess until Saturday, the 13th inst.,
at ten o'clock a. in.
CHAS. H. GRETE
Chairman
Attest: J. S. ST CLAIR
Clerk
Silver City, Idaho
Saturday, January 13, 1912
Board met after recess at ten o'clock A. M
Present: Chas. H. Grete, Chairman; R. J.
Gifford and A. J. Harley, Commissioners, and
J. S. St. Clair, Clerk.
The following proceedings were bad, to wit:
The minutes of the previous meeting were
read and duly approved.
Whereupon, it is ordered that the following
cancellations be made in the assessment roll
for the year 1911, on account of widows' exemp
tions. double assessments, etc., and that the
Auditor be and he is hereby instructed to credit
the Tax Collector therewith in his accounts
with the County, to wit:
Mrs. L. A. Conway, widow's exemption, State
amd County tax, $21.00.
Ellen A. Myler, widow's exemption, State
and County tax, $21.00.
Win. McGinnis, erroneous assessment, State
aud County tax, $52.40.
Hannah D. Pike, on account of double as
sessment with C. T. Barringer, State and
County tax, $45.36.
Jacob Ruben, erroneous assessment, State
aud County tax, $4.94.
Ira J. Schoff, laud in Elmore County, State
and County tax, $3.78.
David R. Turner, double assessment with R.
E. Neitzel, State and County tax, $15.12.
It is ordered Jhat. this Board take a recess un
til Monday, the 15th inst.. at ten o'clock A. M.
CHAS. H. GRETE
Attest:
Chairman
J. S. ST CLAIR, Clerk
Silver City, Idaho
Monday, January 15th, 1912
Board met after recess at ten o'clock A. M.
Present: Chas. H. Grete, Chairman; R, J. Gif
ford and A. J. Harley, Commissioners, and J. S.
St. Clair, Clerk.
The following proceedings were had, to wit:
The minutes of the previous meeting were
read and »duly approved.
Whereupon, it is ordered that the petition of
Otto R. Bolen, G. L. Whitson and others, asking
for the construction of
bridge across Birch
Creek ou the section line between Sections 35
and 26, Township 4 Houtli, Range 2 East, be laid
over until the next regular meeting.
Whereupon, It is ordered that the Auditor be,
and he is hereby authorized to draw a warrant
on the Current Expense Fund in the sum of
$258.53, favor of O. F. Brtinzell, Sheriff of
,
Owyhee County, Idaho, iu payment of the ex
penses of said Sheriff for the quarter ending
Jan. 8,1912.
Whereupon, pursuant to law, the Board se
lected the following list of persons to
jurors for the year 1912, to wit :
ve as
O D Brumbaugh
Thilo Nette
E F Grete
LC Kiseuhart
A J Swan
Hadsell Dye
August Grete —.
Jacob Bachman
Elif.ha Lewis
Marion Philpott
T I) Fry
J E McDonnell
Charles McIntyre
Frank Lepley
B J Malouey
E E Bowen
L C Gardner
A J McS weeny
John S Stevenson
C A Brtinzell
Elmer Arinfleld
Charles A Johnston
Matt Joyce
James L Wees
James D Goble
James C Bernard
George Brandau
Albin Hall berg
P P Kelly
Henry Ward
G F Yauke
Adam Blackstock
Chris Jensen
Ralnh A McDowell
Charles McCoard
James R Keith
P B Deary
Philip Clegg
R H Leonard
John Grete
Fred Ulmer
Abel Berg
Eugene Hardiman
Fritz 8 chliefer
C M Caldwell
Peter Steele
William Williams
C G Breedlove
A It Sotheru
SJ Warren
Alexander Duncan
P C Conway
M M Krieg
Jesse C Hailey
R A Grant
Frank II Scott
U J Bernard
William H Adams
Jos Babington
J L Goehry
Fred N Perry
George R Heazle
C L Austin
Fred Bachman
Alfred Cox
John E Kieth
Fay Mitchell
A L Clark
Tim Shirley
Robert L Orr
Lucius B Cowi
Chester Miller
Conrad M Sutton
William J Hodgson
Kenneth Makeuzie
J M Morgan
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F M Gusman
Thomas Penrose
J E Nelss
Jasper Spencer
Fred T Smith
J W Hardiman
John Lee
J L Vinson
E W Cairn cross
D A Stubblefield
J W Johnson
Joseph R Black
B F Koon
John Benham
John H Crocheron
George 8 Craig
H D Lawson
D P Jones
Dan Davidson
Grover Ponce
F A Hawes
J N Helsloy
J A McCoy
W J Tindall
B M Buncel
Joseph A Sewell
C A Walsh
William G Scholtz
D F Sudduth
Ivan A Pot.eet
B F Collins
Frank Black
Wenzel Turmes
H K McLeod
Richard Temby
C R Hatch
Lee Gress
J M Neil
P Hardiman
Frank Read
Albert Boles
John J Evans
J L Davey
T A Foreman
N H Hon
N G Massey
A E Bailey
Jens Jensen
Samuel P Noble
B F Royse
E L Cahalan
Morris King
Thomas Hewitt
John Hutchison
W H Robertson
Will Ratliff
George Thomas
George D Patrick
John M Bra tien
Joseph Caudle
Joseph Ratliff
Grant Riddle
Richard B Stone
Frank H Laird
John W Fink
John P Roscvear
11 S Portlock
William Turner
K M Ulrich
Dave Somerville
L G King
O H Shoemaker
A Bramhall
W L Holton
Whereupon, it is ordered that the allowance
of James Murray for services as night watch
man of county property, fire guard and care of
fire apparatus, hose and hydrants, belonging
to the town of Silver City, be and th>* same is
fixed at $75.00 per quarter.
Whereupon the Board examined, audited and
allowed the following bills and accounts and
ordered warrants drawn
payment thereof,
Chas. A. Rogers, staking Scotch Bob
Road .
R. J. Gifl'ord, team hire, inspecting
roads aud liomedale Bridge.
A. J. Harley, team hire, inspecting
roads .
Whereupon, the Board examined, audited and
allowed the following bills and accounts, and .
ordered warrants drawn on the Current Ex
pense Fund in payment of same:
Chas, H. Grete, Salary as County
Commissioner .
R. J. Gifford, Salary and Expenses
as County Commissioner.
A. J. Harley, Salary and Expenses
as County Commissioner.
the Road Fund lu
follows, to wit:
$10 00
39 00
51 00
$125 00
195 85
180 65
In the matter of the petition of L. C. Gard
ner, F. S. Heer and others to unite School Dis
tricts Nos. 1 and 17 into a Rural High School
District to be known and designated as Rural
High School District No. One of Owyhee Coun
ty, Idaho:
Whereupon, it is ordered that said question
be submitted to a vote of the qualified electors
of the districts so petitioning at a special
tion which is hereby called for that purpose on
the 9th day of March, 1912; each district shall
vote separately in its own school house, and
the vote in each district shall determine if the
district shall become united with other dis
trie s to form such rural high school district;
the polls for said election to be open at the
hour of one o'clock P. M., and close at five
o'clock P. M.
It is further ordered that notices of said
election shall be posted in each district ten
days days prior to the day of such election,
and that such election shall be conducted in all
respects as provided by law for the election of
school trustees.
Whereupon, it is ordered that this Board do
now adjourn sine die.
CHAS. H. GRETE
Chairmau
Attest:
J. S. ST CLAIR, Clerk
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