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PROCEEDINGS t, JULY SESSION July 9. 1023 ^londay First Term Day State of Idaho, County of Idaho: ss. •Be it remembered that on Monday, the 9th day of July, 1923, at 9 a. m., the board of county Commission en met in regular session as directed by law at the commissioners' room In the county courthouse at Grange ville, Idaho. Present, N. B. Petti bone, chairman ; August Sehroeder and Clark LyUa, commissioners, and Henry Teicher, clerk. On petition of A. J. Stuart et al, 225.00 Alex Thomson is here appointed con stable of the Sûtes precinct, bond to be furnished in accordance with the order of the' board heretofore entered affecting bonds of justices of the peace and constables. The following claims examined, ap proved and ordered paid by warrants drawn on the current expense fund of the county. N. B. Pettilxme, Hilary for quarter as county commis sioner August Sehroeder, salary for quarter us county commis sioner _ _ (Hark Lyda, salary for quarter aa county comnfissioncr.,— 225.00 N. B. Pettibono, expense for quarter _ _ $225.00 82.00 August Sehroeder, expense for quarter _ _ Clark Lyda, expense for quar 52.38 87.35 ter Henry Teicher, salary for quar ter as clerk, auditor and re corder _:- Henry Teicher salary W. N. Knox, deputy - Henry Teleher, salary, Margar et Roblnskm, deputy - Henry Teleher, salary .Nora Henry Teleher, salary, Emma Derrig. deputy - M. Gillett, extra help Henry Teleher, office expense for the quarter _ J. O. Safley, printing postal bal lots W. II. Eller, salary as sheriff 450.00 375.00 300.00 300.00 29.75 7.S0 99.24 X for the quarter.,- 450.00 W. H. Eljer, »salary; Robert son, deputy _ W. H. Eller, salary, Powell, deputy -- — B. P. Robertson, salary, jail or for quarter - Mother's pensions as follows; Selma K. Larson ... Annie Nash - Annie C. Lage - Effte Cowling __ Cornelia S. Stanbery Margaret Oallan ... Lena V. Oosand Ardelle E. Emmert Elizabeth Plckolick . W. H. Eller, office expense .. W. H. Eller, traveling expense (revolving fund) 330.00 330.00 91.00 .... 80.00 _ 60.00 _ 60.00 .... 45.00 .... 30.00 _ 45.00 _ 45.00 _ 60.00 _ 90.00 9.38 _ 498.08 Model Meat market, supplies for jail - G. W. Barker, horse hire and feed for sheriff - Wright grocery, supplies for 42.25 12.50 91.37 jail 0.40 Frank Hogan, milk for Jail — Mllnnie McMeeken, meals for jury - - - Spokane Office Supply Co., sup plies for county offices- 12.22 Wilbur L. Campbell, salary as probate judge for quarter 350.00 Dr. Wesley Orr, witness In Banne case - Wilbur L- Campbell» salary, Mary Griffith, probation of ficer - - — - Wilbur L. Campbell, postage and envelopes - Wilbur L. Campbell, expense 18.20 23.00 135.00 16.98 Northup children to Lewiston 13.82 Frank Rose, witness probate court- -' Wm. Ingram» salary »assessor for quarter- -. Wm. Ingram, salary, VanDeventer,_-1 Wm. Ingram, salary, Anna Be hean, extra help - Wm. Ingram. Auto hire, trav eling expense- - Wm. Ingram, P. O. box rent and meals —-- Wm. Ingram, salary, Geo.' S. Tinker, field deputy Wm. Ingram, salary and horse hire H. M. Moore, field dep 7.00 450.00 Frank 330.00 180.25 253.80 1.85 116.79 79.50 uty Wm. Ingram, salary and horse hire, Macring, field deputy _ 47.50 Wm. Ingram, salary and horse hire, Tautfost, field deputy.-. 65.10 Wm. Ingram, salary and pense, Le non, field deputy— 15.00 Wm. Ingram, salary, Emma M. GlUett, extra help-155.75 Wm. Ingram, salary and ex pense, Watson, field deputy.. 12.00 Wm. Ingram, salary and ex pense, Lenon, field deputy— 292.4-1 Wm- Ingram, salary and ex *■ pense, Poe. field deputy-105.54 Wilbur L. Campbell, cash ad vanced for transportation of Bessie Gabriel Hearting was hero had on herd pet ition presented by I. E. Smith, et al, in accordance with order heretofore entered, fixing time for such hear ing; action on said petition deferred peruling information from the forest service department, relative to for l-X 8.20 est reserve lines. Board here adjourned to meet at 9 a. m. tomorrow. - N. B. PETTIBONE, Chairman Attest : Henry Teleher. Clerk. JULY SESSION July 10. 1293 Tuesday Second Term Day Tuesday, July 10, 1923. 9 a. m„ board met pursuant to adjournment of yesterday. Present, same as yes terday. Pla^e of meeting, same as yes terday. Minutes of yesterday read and approved, whereupon the board proceeded to business as follows: The following claims examined, ap proved and ordered paid by warrants drawn on the current expense fund of the county. Cash Meat market, meat for the $ 40-60 jail Wm, Ingram, salary and ex pense deputy Wm. Ingram, salary and ex pense of Fred Tautfest, field deputy - - (Wm. Ingram, salary and ex pense of Ray Church, field deputy - - Wm. Ingram, salary and ex of A. H. Nau, field 244.01 24.25 95.10 98.85 I ! IfeSO , ai2.00 I _ 330.00 I 15.75 : j 21.00 17.50 ! I __ 17.50 36.75 1.00 penee of T. M. Atwood, field deputy _ _ _ Wm. Ingram, «alary end ex pense of Wm. Yates, field deputy ..._.... __.... Otic L. Cone, salary as treas urer for quarter _ Otie L. Cone, salary Edith Smith, deputy _ •Jtle L. Cone, salary £. M. GU lett, extn. help_ __ Otie L. Cone, salary E. Park er, extra help __ r ___ Otie L. Cone, salary, A. Bebeau extra help _ Otie L. Cone, salary Josle Gar els, extra 'help . Otie L .Cone, salary, N. Mc Eubee, extra help __ Otie L. Cone, office expense __ 12.50 .50 2.50 1.40 A. J. Maugg, salary as coroner for the quarter R. H. Ambler, posting delin quent tax notice __ diaries H. Rooke, posting de linquent tax notice- Otie L. Cone, Interest refund ed efri delinquent tax rece ipts Nos. 228-229, 1922 . Frank E. Fogg, salary as co unty attorney for quarter _ 350.00 Quarterly allowances for Indigent aid outside of county farm as fol lows : W. A., Cain .. Frank Kalleane Jane McPherson 46.00 30.00 45.00 .. 36.00 — 45.00 — 22-50 Emma Coffey _ LUUan Passfield_ L. Kribs —. I .. .30.00 .. 36.00 .. 30.00 — 45.00 .. 30.00 — 30.00 _24.00 .. 24.00 ... 30.00 .. 30.00 .. 45.00 Margaret Hummer . George Prettyman . E. Ixickwood _ Fred BICksel _ Thomas R- Eddy ... Curl Schneller _ S. P. Collins _ George Holloway .. Jake Woodrlug _ H. C, PetenSon _ Hattie Johnson _ Frank E. Fogg, office expense 30.90 Frank E. Fogg, office expense for first* quarter __ Florence Stanton, salary as county stenographer .. - Elta M. Arnold, salary for quarter aa school superin tendent - - Elta M. Arnold, salary Alvena Mover _ 53-55 .. 225.00 430.00 250.00 Elta M. Arnold, expense of 8th grade examination _ Ella M. Arnold, traveling ex pense _ _ 187.87 83.64 Elta M .Arnold, office expense 36,30 B, Ohlpman. professional ser vices _ _ B. Ohlpman, salary as county physician for quarter .— Dr. Wesley Orr, sundry fumi gations _ _ 169.50 60.00 103.00 Alelilmayr, quarantine Ot ro 6000 services _ _ Otto Aichlmayr, quarantine services - - Dr. J. D. Shlnnick, quarantine services _ _ Turner Drug store, fumlgators 40.50 O. O. Perrenoud, quarantine supplies _ _ Joseph Vedder, quarantine 42.00 25.00 27.00 services _ _ C. O. Perrenoud, formaldehyde candles - - Glanville Drug Co., drugs and supplies _ -■» - Dr. C. H. Bryan, professional services, $145.00, disallowed, $10, allowed - .. Dissmore Mercantile Co., al lowance to Mabel Laverty, indigent - .. - Taulac Vegetable Pills are Nature's own remedy for constipation . For sale everywhere . Mrs. Eva Lyda, nursing and board for county indigents 180.15 Mrs. R. J. Farris .milk for Mrs. Norton, indigent - . Baker & Son, supplies for Gentry, Bieren and Romig Alexander-Freidenrich, sup plies for Mrs. Ivan Remlng 30.00 12.60 59.50 135.00 15.00 3.00 J. V 84.60 19.73 ton Pansy Eller, board and for Tweedem_ Pansy Eller, board and for Northup children Alexander-Freildenrich, supplies for Mrs. Norton, Indigent. Gcorge M .Snyder, first aid to C. O. Twoetem _ A. L. Brown, supplies for Lind say, Indigent _ -— H. E. Faulks, board and room for C. O. Tweetern _ Model Grocery, supplies for Pay Andrews _ Model Grocery, supplies for Fay Andrews ___ J. V. Baker & Son, supplies for Ben Bieren _ Earl Whetsttno ,house for Mrs. Norton __ Electric Laundry, laundry for room 21.00 room 3600 24.96 10.00 24.00 46.75 20.00 40.00 20.65 rent 9.00 courthouse and jail _ M. R. Hlbbs, expense of R. L. Hastings, Indigent - Mary M. Griffith, stenographer work in the sheriff's office_-$ 6-00 Mrs. Sid King, nursing Plckolick _ B. C. Albers, house rent for Roy Romig. $27.00 disallow ed, $18-00, allowed _ O. J. Breler Co., comforts for 11.50 35-00 Mrs. 2.50 9.00 jail 18.20 Mrs. Leula York, nursing Mrs. Norton, indigent _ Harry Moffett, rebate of taxes year 1922 - Bert Tefft, rebate of interest on 1922 tax -- Clay & Hart, refund on pred atory tax $66.00, disallowed $12.18, allowed _ George W. Trenary, refund of 35.00 11.95 1.93 53-82 purchase price on tax sale_40.00 J. E. Byrom, Justice of the Pence, fees - J. M. Shaw, Justice of the Peace, fees - Crystal lodge No. 103, hall rent for 1922 election _ School Dlst No. 33, hall rent for 1922 election - Henry Sells, constable of elec tion, 1922 _ J. M. Verborkmoes, profession nl services*» care of C. O. Tweetern __ Bert Smith, car hire and ex pense of conveying prisoner. 21.20 Cecil Lyons, constable fees in Snyder case- $28.00, disallow ed $20.00. allowed_ W. L. Jewell, fees In Snyder case - Cora Sorrow, cleaning carpet In court chamber« - Miller Hardware ft toptmaevt 28.50 3.00 7.50 6.00 4.50 130.00 8.00 8.60 3.00 a.75 S- G. Benedict, repairing sewer at county jail - 3.00 Frank Hagan, salary as Janitor 255.00 Frank Hogan, extra aefv |e act- i Ing as jailor ....___ 22.89 Chicago Canvas Goods Co., one j wool flag for court room -_ 7-41 1 Chicago Canvas Goods Co., one ! bunting flag_ 6.28 Orangeville Electric Light 4 Power Co., water and lights. 95.70 Geo. E. Watkins, labor repair lug desk In assessor's office . 12.60 Fred M. Noyce, labor and ma terial at court house_ 27.75 Underwood Typewriter Co., typewriter for probate Judg es office _110.00 Underwood Typewriter Co., typewriter for county county treasurer's office _115.00 Underwood Typewriter Co., typewriter coupons for rib bons ___ 72.00 I Joe L. Turner, repairing lawn mower ____ 3.00 E. C. Spedden, surveying for sidewalk on courthouse block 10.00 Walter Hlckerson, express charges _ 39.95 A. W. Robinson & Son. glass and putty at comity farm .. 3.16 Wood Hardware Co., supplies • for court house _ 33.45 Alexander - Freldenrich Co., supplies for county court house _ J _ 10.90 Alexander - Freidenrlch Co., supplies for county farm_ 20.20 Walter S. Rice, keeper of conn ty farm_ 227.50 Walter S. Rice, keeper of coun ty farm__-.. 169.50 Alexander - Freldenrich Oa, suppllcs to county farm_ 43.65 Guy Elder, wood to county bos pital _ 7.00 Madison Lumber Co., lumber for county farm _ 22,65 C. O. Vincent, sawing wood for post house___ 1.00 Ivon Rice, transportation of In dlgents to county farm_ 12.50 Lamm Drug Co., supplies for connty offices _ 31.20 J. C. Safleyl printing and sup plies _ » _3so.t>3 Cottonwood Chronicle, county supplies _ 70.85 Caxton Printers, county sui> plies _-V.— 139.37 Nezperce Telephone Co., toll ser vice _ 1.80 State Insurance fund, premium on state Insurance_ 5-22 Children's Homefinding associa tJon, care of dependent ehll dren for quarter .*_ 300.00 Nezperce Telephone Co-, phone service for county offices_85.15 Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co-, phone service for county offices_ 48.95 Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co., phone service for county offices_ 64-93 Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co-, phone service for county offices_ 65.66 Mrs. Eva Mathers, nursing ami care of Mrs. Plckolick and family _ 7-60 county offices _ 194.40 Syms-York Co., supplies for Shaw & Borden' Co., supplies for county offices _ 44.30 Bender Moss Co., 1923 code an notatlons_._ 10.00 John W. Graham Co., supplies for comity offices_21-26 H. C. Henderson, moving comity agent supplies to court house. 6.00 The following claims examined, ap proved and ordered paid by warrants drawn on the road fund of the coun 138.00 0.00 3.50 7:00 18.76 1.00 14.00 140.25 54.50 24-70 ty ; Joe E'arp, overseer of road di»-' trict No. 1 - Fay Andrews, labor in road dis trict No. 1 - Frank Donnally, labor in road district No. 1 - Clarence Fraster, labor in road district No. 1 - Frank Zehner, labor in road dis trict Nb. 1 - Alexander supplies furnished road dis trict No. 1 - M. M. Hayden, labor in road district No. 1 - H. G. Denny, overseer in road district No. 3 W. W. Cash, labor in road dis trict No. 3 - Joe L. Turner, road drag and blacksmithlng in road district No. 3 ... Roily Call, labor in road dis Freldenrich Co», 4.60 18.00 2.50 131.00 42.00 37.60 68.00 _ 30.00 2.00 trict No. 3 - Roily Call, labor in road dis trict No. 3 - Joe W. Hazelbaker, labor In road district No. 3 - O. C. Watkins, overseer of road district No. 4 - O. R. Monroe, labor In road district No. 4 - Frank Baldwin, labor In road district No. 4 - S. W. Knopp, labor In road dis trict No. 4 - Marion Holladay, labor Ik road district No. 4 — Phil Lyons, labor in road dis trict No. 4 - Vergil Watkins, labor In road district No. 4 - O. H. Schofield, labor in road district No. 4 - Board here adjourned to meet at 9 a. m. tomorrow. N. B. PETTIBONE, Chairman 22.60 25.50 Attest: Henry Teleher, Clerk. JULY SESSION July 11. 1923 Wednesday, third term day Wednesday, July 11, 1923, 9 a. m., board met pursuant to adjournment of yesterday. Present same as yester day, place of meeting same as yester day. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Board here proceeded to business as follows; The following claims examined, ap proved and ordered paid by warrant drawn on the road fund of the coun ty. E. H. Snxe, labor in road dis trict No. 4 George, W. Trenary, powder and tools'in road district No. 4 — 30.90 Cal Huddleston .labor on South F<g-k road -— » - George Dennison, labor in road district No. 6 - Elmer Dennison, labor In road $ 18-00 .101.50 210.00 district No. 6 - Andy Kavanangh. overseer of road district No. 8 G- C. Nttz. overseer of road district No. 9 ...—- Jack McKay, labor In road dis trict No. 9 i Ed Barry, labor 1» road district 70.00 08.25 292.00 94.00 No. 9 . B. B. Senat, «uppUes for toad district No. 9--.... -luck O'Leary, overseer of road district No. 10. S. L. Kulley, labor in road dle trict No. 14 II. Ricke, labor in road district No. 14 - Ben Appleby, labor in road dls trict No. 10 C. H. Schofield, labor in road district No. 15 - Abner Greashsm, labor in road alstrlct No. 15 Bert Crook, ikbor in road dis trict No. 15-- G. J. Lyons, repair on road tools for road district No. 16 5.00 A. F. I-eltch, labor in road dis trict No. 16 - Allen Leltch, labor in road dis KL00 11190 88.60 67.25 15.76 94410 2.50 24.00 40.60 41.00 trict No. 15- Jake Lycan, labor in road dta trict No. 16 _;_ Eugene Tweedy, labor in road district No. 15 Willard Toll, labor in rond dis- ■ trict No. 15- 60.60 Elmer Keough labor in road dis trict No. 16_ Jesse Ç. Hemphill, overseer of road district No. 15 Guy Hemphill, labor In road district No. 16 Jesse C. Hemphill, overseer of road district No. 1,6 George W. Treuary, powder, wire, etc., for road district No. 15 - J. O. Goodwin, labor In road district No. 15-*._ Vernon Gresham, labor in road district No. 16-i Jlnunlc Toll, labor In road dis 4.50 12.00 23.50 15.00 22.75 43.50 85.25 47.88 24.00 39.00 trict No. 16 J. W. Pu y ear, overseer of road district No. 16-;_ Charlie Hemphill, labor in road district No. 15 Orville Harrington, labor in road district No. 10 . P. H. Ligne, labor In road dls trict No. 10 - John Aerea, labor In road dls trict No. 16-* D. M. Pcnnlck, labor in road district No. 18- 35.00 D. G. Redden, oversee.r of road district No. 18, - Robert Bailey, labor on Stltes Grangevllle road - John Baldwin, labor on road district No. 18-- Charles W. Little, labor in road district No. 18 - Philip Meinen, labor in road trict No. 18 - Wallace Meinen, labor In road 63.00 40.00 9.00 3.00 16.50 22.50 102.50 11.00 0.50 8750 21.00 trict No. 18 R- L. Freeman, overseer of road district No- 19 J. L. Chamberlain, overseer of Salmon River Stores Co., sup road district No. 19 piles for road district No. 19 Alvin H. Fink, labor in road district No. 19 Amos Wilkins, overseer of road district No. 20 _ E. E. Coder, overseer of road district No. 26--— Frank Groom, labor in road dls trict No. 20 Frank Chase, labor In road dls trict No. 26 Christ Lueher, labor In road dls trict No. 26-- Walter Eckel, labor in road dls trict No. 20-- Toe L. Turner, road drag for road district No. 27 O. B. Perkins, overseer of road 22.50 85.50 87-25 6-60 16-75 100.76 174.76 18.50 44.00 3.00 14.00 14.00 district No. 27 ..._ P. C. Short, labor on road dls trict No. 27.. Madison Lumber Co., cement for road district No. No. 27 -_ Wood Hardware Oo.. road tools for road district No. 27 John Hagen, overseer of road district No. 30_ Robert Fluharty, labor in road district No. 30 . Jake Bowles. labor in road dis trict No. 30___ Bert Catherman, labor in road district No. 30_ Fred Schouert. labor in road district No. 30__ George W .Trenary, powder for road district No, 30_ Howard - Cooper corporation, road grader_ H. Huraiston, labor on road north of Slate creek_ O. F. Murphy and Co., powder, 185.60 42.00 6.05 4.00 154.26 56.50 14.50 7.50 54.00 20.13 305.93 17.50 caps and fuse_ A. S. Johnson, labor on road at Golden_ George Braig, labor on road at Golden _ W. B. Ruston, labor on road at Golden... H. M. Bell, labor on road on Llt tie Salmon _ Tack Wills- powder and fuse_ Joe L. Turner, road drag and chain _ T. C. Benoy, work on road tools __ j. B. McComas, labor on road from Harpster to Meadow creek _ J. A. Ward, labor on Florence Adaras road_ Alexander - Freldenrich Co., supplies for road district No. 25.00 43.75 81.25 24.50 4.52 24.6Ü 18.75 31.65 126.00 300.00 6-42 3 The ofllowlng claims examin ed. approved and ordered paid by 2.50 9.40 25.13 warrants drawn on the bridge fund of the county: D. C. Hamilton, bridge lumberg 62.41 F. H. Bentley, hauling lumber and repairing bridge George Fenn, abor on bridge in road district No. 27 Wallace Wicks, labor on bridge In road district No. 27 Madison Lumber Co., lumber for road district No. 20 W. C- Hill, supplies for Riggins bridge _ Evert Damon, labor on bridge - Claim of J. M. Verberkmoes, In the sum of $500.00 for right of way dis allowed in full. Claim of J. F. Brown, In the sum of $7.20, for fumlgators, laid over for proper O. K. Claim of I. W. Ratcliff, in the sum of $320.00 for the care of Wm. Redl gan. disallowed in full. Claim of J. D. Shlnnick, In the sum 6.25 7.00 3.50 of $16.00 for medical fiKarvioes fur nished the Romig family la id over for further investigation, approved : The following reports examined and Joint quarterly report of auditor and treasurer. Fee report of dot*, auditor and re carder, showing tees tor quarter of 11040JS. FSe report of sheriff, showing too for the quarter of 9600-70. Fee report of probate jud ge,, d ioir lug fees for the quarter of $206.10. Report of keeper of county farm . Report of probate judge on status of mothers entitled to pension. A. J. Maugg, having made and filed his resignation In writing, asking to be released from the office of county coroner Immediately, It is therefore hereby ordered that said resignation be accepted, and that, said A. J. Maugg he relieved from any further obliga tion of said office of coroner. (»eorge V. Ream, having made and filed his resignation in writing , ask ing to he released from the office of Justice of the peace of Woodland pre cinct, it 1« therefore hereby orderer that, said resignation be accepted, and that said George F. Beam be relieved from any further obligation of said office of Justice of the peace. It appearing to the hoard, by peti tion filed by Robert Fluharty, et al, that Section 2 Twp. ATI N. R. 5 R. B, M.. should be included within boundaries of road district No. 30, It is therefore hereby ordered that the boundaries of road district No. 4 and tl»e boundaries of road district No. 80 be so modified and established that all of Section 2 Twp. 31 N. R. 6 E. B. M. shall he included within the boundaries of road district No. 30. Petition for the creation of herd dis the trict filed by I. E. Smith, et al. was here had under consideration. It ap pearing to the board, in Connection therewith, that a large part of said territory was within the bounds of the forest -reserve, and that the coun ty had no Jurisdiction over any part of the forest reserve, It Is hereby or dered that said petition be denied. Board here recessed for the purpose of a visit of inspection of the county farm. At 4:80 p. m., board here returned from their visit to the county farm, and by way of report, made statement that they found conditions at the farm to be good, and the Inmates well satis fied. Petition of J. L. Chamberlain, et al, asking for the appointment of George Dennison as road overseer of road dis trict No. 6 denied. Petition of Elmer Swlneheart et al, relative to a change in the boundaries of school districts Nos. 25 and 20, was here under consideration, and on the recommendation of the county school superintendent was laid over, pending a more complete petition complying with tbe provisions of the law In such cases provided. John Funke and J. B. McDonald here appeared before the board and represented, that after the board of county commissioners refused to make further appropriation for the malnten ance of « county agent, and that after the said agent had been dismissed by the county, the Idaho County Farm bureau, by personal subscriptions, had retained the services of the county agent until May 16. 1923, and that In closing up the affairs of the county agent's office they found that they were unable to collect sufficient money to pay all claims against the office, and that said agent was, during this time a benefit to the whole county, and was ready and willing to serve any and all persons at ail times, and now for these reasons they request that the board of county commission' ers appropriate enough money to pay the said unpaid claims, or some part thereof. After due consideration the board finds that this is not a legltl mate claim against the county, there fore, It Is hereby ordered that said request lie refused. Comes now George Behean, by petl tlon, and represents to the hoard that at the time tax No. 76, In the city of Grangevllle, was assessed lu the year 1921, there was assessed as a Hen against said real estate certain personal property which did not be long to the owner of the said real estate, that he has since become tbe owner of said real estate, and that he finds that the total tax assessed against said property for the year 1921 is delinquent and unpaid, and that he desires to pay the tax levied on the valuation of the real estate, but that this amount will not lie ac cepted by the tax collector without the payment on the said personal property. Wherefore, affiant prays that the board of county commissioners make an order that the said taxes on said real estate be received in full of the taxes thereon, and that the tax on the personal property be cancelled it is hereby ordered that the petition of said Georg® Behean be granted, and the county tax collector is here by instructed to make such entry or entries on her records as will cancel said personal tax, and receive tax on the valuation of the real estate as the full tax against said real estate. Board here adjourned to meet at 9 a. m. tomorrow. N. B. PETTIBONE, Chairman Attest: Henry Teleher, Clerk. JULY SESSION July 12, 1023 Thursday, fourth term day Thursday, July 12, 1923, 9 a. m.. board met purstiant to adjournment of yesterday at the commissioner«* room In the county courthouse. Pres ent, same as yesterday. Minutes of yesterday read and approved, where upon the board proceeded to business as follows : Upon petition presented by E. 8. Hancock, bearing the required num ber of signatures of electors of Idaho county, attached to application by said E. S. Hancock, that the board appoint him to the office of county coroner to fill the unexplred term of A J. Maugg, resigned, It Is hereby ordered that said E. S. Hancock be and Is hereby appointed to the office of county coroner to fill the unexplred term of said A J. Maugg, resigned. Bond to be filed according to law. Whereas, the Grave Creek highwav leading from Salmon river up Grave creek, has been washed out and lg in aq impassible condition, and Whereas, parts of said highway are ln Fenn »highway district and the highway commissioners of said Fenn highway district have neglected atid refused to repair said highway and the parts thereof In said highway dis trict and Whereas, said hlrfiwny has been (Continued on page 4) . . REILLY OR. J. E. Dentist Office, Noxoll Block Both Phones DR. J , D. 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