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ADJOURNED meeting board op
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Ward i'ounty, X. 1'., iJcc. 4, 1922.
Tin: ISoarcl ol' County I'oininiHHioiH-r*
jiiut :is per ailjoiirniiu'iii, at o'clock 1'
jvi in tile Cimri House, In the City ot'
Minoi.' wltli the l'ull owing nicnibcrs
present: CimimiasioiuM'a Viindunocvci',
ToftiK.r, Hiilchcr, llaldl and Kranlz.
Coin. Krantz in the clialr.
Movil by Ooiti. llaldl. .seconded by
Com. Toftnir. thai the board proceed
lo audit bills.
.Motion carried.
Tliu board spent the afternoon in :ui
•diliiiK bills, and at 5 o'clock It was
inovi-ii by Com. Spielier, Hecomled by
COIN V'andenoever, that we adjourn un
til A. il.. December 5th.
Motion carried.
Otcombar Stb, 1922
The Hoard met at S) A. M., as per ad
journment, with all members present
•and Corn. Krantz in the chair.
James Milloy, Secretary of the Asso
ciation of Commerce, appeared before
the Hoard in behalf of thu Taxi Line
operating between Minot and Mux, in
regard to keepiiiR the road open during
he in
ter.
No action was taken at tills time.
The Hoard of County (!omniissioners
•of Hurko County sippenred before the
Hoard in regard to a bridge across the
Des l^ac.s LiUke between Ward and Hurke
Counties.
Moved by Com. Toftner, seconded by
Com. Vundenoever, that the following
resolution he accepted and approved,
and a copy sent to the State Highway
Commission, at Hismarck, X. D.
IlKSOHUTIOX
AVJIRUKAS, prior to date. Ward Coun
ty has entered into a. joint agreement
with Hurke County petitioning the
Slate Highway Commission for crossing
-of 1-k's Lacs Hake, on ilie north of Sec
tion Ii. Township 161, Kange K8, Ward
County, and Township 162, Range 88,
Hurke County, and
WHKItJSAS, Commissioners of Ward
County and Hurke County believe that
immediate action should be taken peti
tioning the State Highway Commission
for a survey of this project to be made
as soon as possible, or prior to tho
meeting of the Legislature in January,
1923, so as to make possible the appli
cation for state aid at that time on this
.project,
NOW, THEHEFOHK, this body does
herctoy petition the state to make the
survey for said crossing as follows:
1st. The grade, consisting of dirt and
rock, and the approximate cost thereof.
2nd. Concrete structure and cost
thereof.
3rd. Steel bridge and cost thereof.
On roll call the members voted as l'ol
low«: Com. Vandenoever. yes. Com.
Toftner, yes. Com, Splcher. yes. Com.
HaJSi. yee. Com. Krantz, yes.
Motion carried.
It was moved by Com. Spichur, sec
onded by Com. Toftner, that we ad
journ until 2 P. M.
Motion carried
Afternoon B«Mlon
The Board met at 2 o'clock P. M., as
•per adjournment, with all members
present and Com. Krantz in the chair.
Moved by Com. Toftner, seconded by
'(Jam. tipicher, that we adjourn for the
purpose of meeting with the Bankers
•of Ward County, who are convening at
the Association of Commerce rooms.
Motion carried.
The Board returned and reconvened
:at the Court House at 4 o'clock 1*. M.
Moved by Com. Haldi, seconded by
'Com. Vandenocver, that the report of J.
A. Sorensen, Supt. of the County 1'oor
i-'arrn, for the month of November,
showing 15 inmates, bo accepted, ap
proved and placed on file.
Motion carried.
Moved by Com. V'andenoever, second
ed toy Com. Haldi, that policy No. 2484
•of the State Fire & Tornado Fund, of
'•Bismarck, for $5,000 fire insurance on
the County Poor Farm also Are Insur
.atiee policy No. 2503. covering the Kl
wanis Building on the Fair Grounds,
tfor (1,206, and $320 on contents, be ac
cepted and approved and placed on flle,
rand tho Auditor instructed to issue
warrant to the State Fire & Tornado
l-'und, of Bismarck, in payment of same
Motion carrlcd.
Moved by Com. Toftner, seconded by
Com. Haldi, that the report of A. J'.
Scofield, sheriff of Ward County, for
collecting delinquent personal property
itiixes during the month of Xovember,
11)22, to the amount of $2,ti6f.34. be ac
iceptu'd. approved and -placed on tile.
Motion carried.
Moved by Com. Haldi. seconded by
Com. Vandenocver, that we adjourn un
til 9 A. M., Dec. Bth.
Motion carried.
i* BKmiMt etk, i»aa
The Boara met at 9 A. M., as per ad
journment, with all members present
and Com. Krantz in the chair.
Rev. E. J. Bechtel, representing the
Florence Crittenden Home, of Fargo, ap
peared before the Board in behalf of
».1© institution.
Moved by Com. Vandenpever, second
ed 'by Com. Spichcr, that the report of
K. W. Pence, coroncr, upon the dead
body of Baby Phyllis Womer, held on
the 2nd day of December, 1922
Also report upon the dead body of an
unknown infant, held on the 4th day of
-November, 1922
Also report upon the. dead body of
Arthur Gorze, November 5th, 1'922
Also report upon the dead body of
Fred Schuman on tho 22nd day of Nov
ember, 1922
Also report upon the dead body of
Alice Kveset. on tho 22nd day of Octo
ber. 1922
Also report upon the dead body of
Mrs. Claus Carlson, on the 13th day of
September, 1922
Also report upon the dead body of
.John Mahoney, on the 8th day of Octo
ber. 1922
Also report of C. S. Beighle. acting
coroner, of an inquest held upon the
•dead body of Ida Kvelyn Valborg Wold,
•on the 4th day of August, 1922, at tho
Village of Sawyer, X. D., he accepted,
approved and the. auditor instructed to
issue warrants in payment of fees iic
cording to law.
Motion carried.
Moved by Com. Toftner, seconded by
•Com. Vandenocver, that the report of
M. J. Kngeseth, Register of Deeds, of
Ward County, for the month of Novem
ber, 1922, showing collection of $912.05
Also report of T. X. Henderson, Clerk
•of District Court, for the month of
November, 1922. showing collection of
$438.80
Also report of ft. E. Hopkins. Clerk
of County Court, for the month of Nov
ember, 1922, showing collection of $77.50,
bo accepted, approved and placed ori
flle.
Motion carried.
Moved by Com. Toftner. seconded by
Com. Haldi, that the report of A. P.
Scofield, sheriff of Ward County, for
services rendered in civil actions during
the month of October, 1922, showing col
lection of $322.33, be accepted, approved
and placed on file.
Motion carried.
Moved by Com. Haldi. seconded by
Com. Toftner, that we adjourn until 2
P. M.
Motion carried.
Afternoon Sairton
The Board met as per adjournment, at
2 P. M., with all members present and
Com. Krantz in the chair.
Moved by Com. Splcher, seconded by
Com. Haldi, that the following resolu-.
tions be accepted, approved and placed
•on flle:
WHEREAS, there appears on the
'WafS County seed grain record, lien of
the 1920 Issue, known as contract No.
431 and instrument No. 154807, as died
In 'the Register of Deeds office of Mi
not, N. D„ given by one \Vm. M. Bal
dock, to apply on the following describ
ed property: NWi Sec. 29, Twp. 164,
Kange 85. and
WHEREAS, said applicant has prior
encumbrance due on above described
property, and is about to consumate a
loan with the Bank of North Dakota,
and
.WHEREAS, above named applicant is
able to pay Ward County $225.00 for re
lease of said Hen as to land only.
NOW, THEREFORE, we believe it to
be to the best interest of Ward County
to accept the above offer.
Also seed lien of A. J. Anderson, con
tract No. 327, instrument No. 154709,
as Jed in the Register of Deeds office.
Ward County, N. Dak., on the following
described property: NWJ and SWJ Sec.
2*
Ranfr
82, to the amount
of $404.00. and
WHEREAS, above named applicant
nasi prior encumbrance now due and la
perfecting a loan with the Bank of
.North Dakota, and
WlllCKKAS, said A. .1. Anderson has
already reduced this loan to the county
of $21M).0U, and is asking for same lo be
set aside on the SWJ Sec. 13, Twp. !."•).
Kange 82, anil to apply on the NWJ
See. 13, Twp. inc., Kange 82. ill order to
make the above loan,
NOW, Ti I KltKFOlt 10, Hie auditor is
hereby iu.st rtict ed to satisfy the said
lien as to the SW'l Sec. 13, Twp. 156.
Kange 82.
Also seed lien of Tommy l.indbo,
known as contract No. 32(1 and' instru
ment No. 151708 as llled in the Register
til' Heeds office of Minot. N. Dak., to
the amount of $!3-t.!M), and interest, and
WlllCKKAS, above named applicant
has prior encumbrance now due, and
has offered Ward County $10u.00 for re
lease. of said lien as to the NW.| See. 21,
Twp. 151, Kange 84, and
WHICKKAS, we believe il to be tile
best interest of Ward County to accept
said offer:
NOW, 'I'll 15KKFOK1:, the auditor is
hereby instructed upon Hie payment of
$100.H) to cause sjitist'aclion as to land
only.
Also tbe seed lien of oinL' c. Kvani,
contract Xo. 178. l:M|s issue and instru
ment No. 110901, as tiled in the Kegis
ter of Deeds office. Minot, X. Dak., to
the amount of $.':7(.U and interest, and,
WllliKlr'AS, above named applicant
has prior encumbrance now due and
wishes to make a loan Willi the Hank of
.North Dakota, and
WIJ EllI'IAS, he oilers to pay Ward
County interest on said lien from date
of issuance, amounting to $110.0(1 for
releasing the said lien as to the follow
ing described property: NWJSWJ Sec.
9, and ICJKKl. S W S10Sec. 8, all in
Township 153, Kange 87, and
W HKKK.AS, we believe il lo be to the.
lust interest of Ward County to accept
this offer.
NOW, THKKICl'-OKK, the auditor is
hereby instructed upon the payment of
$110.00, to cause satisfaction of said
lieu as to land only.
Also seed lien of Ludvig Vechtold, of
Sawyer, X. D., contract Xo. 1016 and in
strument Xo. 141683 as liled ill the Reg
ister of Deeds office, Minot, N. Dak., to
the amount' of $41.i.(J0, and
WlllORKAS. above named applicant
lias prior encumbrance now due and
asks for release of this lien as to the
following described jiroperty: XWiSVVi
Sec. 21. NJN1C}, SKJXE.i. EJNEJ.
NKJSKl. See. 23, all in Township 152,
Range 82, and having reduced the lien
lo $155.00 including interest, and
WHEREAS, above land would be fore
closed if lien is not released.
NOW, THEREFORE, the county audi
tor is hereby instructed to cause satis
faction of said lien its to the land only.
On roll call the members voted as
follows: Com. Vandenocver, yes. Com.
Toftner. yes. Com. Spicher,- yes. Com.
Haldi, yes. Com. Krantz, yes.
Motion carried.
Tho Board spent the balance of the
afternoon auditing bills, and at 5 o'clock
it was moved by Com. Vandenocver,
seconded by Com. Haldi. that we ad
journ until 9 A. M., Dec. 7th.
Motion carried.
SacMnbar 7th, INS
The Board met as per adjournment,
at 9 A. M.. with all members present,
and Com. Krantz in the chair.
Moved by Com. Haldi, seconded by
Cow. V'andenoever, that the requisition
of T. N. Henderson. Clerk of District
Court, for forty jurymen, be accepted
and spread over the various townships,
cities and villages as follows:
Elmdale Township a
Ketimare Township .... 3
Newman Township 3
Freedom Township 2
Herthold Township 3
Margaret Township 4
Hurt Township 3
Denmark Township 3
Vang Township 2
Hee Township 3
Sawyer Township 3
(lawman Township 3
Makoti Village 'A
Now I'rairic Township 3
Motion carried.
Moved by Com. Vandenoever, second
ed by Com. Toftner that the following
requisitions be accepted and referred to
the purchasing committee:
Requisition of It. K. Hopkins, Clerk
of County Court, for office supplies.
Requisition of K. W. Pence, coroner,
for 200 stamped envelopes, 1,000 letter
heads and 1,000 note heads.
Motion carried.
Moved by Com. Toftner. seconded by
Com. Haldi, that the report of A. 1'.
Svoticld, sheriff of Ward County, for
services rendered In criminal actions
during the month of November, 1922,
be accepted, approved and placed on tile,
and the auditor instructed lo issue war
rant to the amount of $979.63.
Motion carried.
Moved by Com. Vandenocver, seconded
by Com. Toftner that the report of C. I*.
.Stevenson Co., for collecting delinquent
personal property taxes for the year
1919 and prior, during the month of Oc
tober, 1922, to the amount of $1,022.53,
be accepted, and the auditor instructed
to issue warrant to the amount of
$115.31 in payment of fees.
Motion carried.
To the Hon. Board of County Commis
sioners of Ward County, N. Dak.
Gentlemen:
Wo. the undersigned committee, ap
pointed to check the office of the Coun
ty Treasurer and County Auditor for
the quarter ending June 30th, 1922. beg
to submit the following report: Total
amount of collections, $156,811.40, Dis
bursements, $685,196.97, Balance July
1st, 1922, $556,150.47.
Respectfully submitted. Aug. Krantx
and A. S. Spicher, Committee.
Moved by Com. Haldi, seconded by
Com. Vandenoever that the report be
accepted.
Motion carried.
To the Hon. Board of County Commis
sioners. Ward County, N. llak.
f.ientlemen:
We, the undersigned committee, ap
pointed to check the various offices for
the quarter ending September 30th,
1922, beg to submit the following re
ports
Report of sheriff's office, showing
collections in civil actions to the amount
of $1,159.36 and criminal actions $929.77.
Report of Register of Deeds office,
showing total collections of $1,835.95
llopnrt of Clerk of County Court's
office, showing collection of $341.50
Iteport of Clerk of District Court,
showing collection of $1,334.25
Report of Superintendent of Schools,
showing collections of $115.00 payment
made to County Treasurer, $58.00, and
payment to the State, $57.00.
Respectfully submitted,
Alfred Haldi and I„. W. Toftner,
Committee.
Moved by Com. Vandenoever, second
ed by Com. Spicher, that the reports be
accepted.
Motion carried.
Moved by Com. Spicher. seconded by
Com. Vandenoever, that we adjourn un
til 2 P. M.
Motion carried.
Afternoon Beeslon
The Board met at 2 P. M., as per ad
journment, with all members present
and Com. Krantz in the chair.
Commissioner Haldi introduced the
following resolution and moved its adop
tion, to-wit:
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, tho said County Board
did on the 14th day of November, 1922,
authorize the issuance of $75,000 Re
funding Bonds for the purpose of re
funding a like amount of bonds issued
on the first day of January, 1918. for
the purpose of procuring and furnish
ing Seed Grain to the inhabitants of
said county, and
WHEREAS, the said Board has by
proper resolution* duly authorized the
sale of said bonds to Wella-DIckey Com
pany, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, at a
price of par and accrued interest.
NOW. THEREFORE. BE IT RE
SOLVED, that said resolution adopted
on the 14 th day of November be amend
ed to read as follows:
Section 1: That for the purpose of re
funding a like amount of the valid, le
gal. outstanding bonds of said County,
described in the preamble hereof, there
are hereby authorized and directed to
be issued Seventy Five Thousand Dol
lars ($75,000.00) negotiable coupon
bonds of said County to be known as
"Refunding Bonds'", of the denomination
of One Thousand Dollars each, num
bered consecutively from 1 to 75 In
clusive, dated the flrst day of January,
1923, and becoming due January 1, 1928.
in accordance with the provisions of
Article 22. Chapter 42, Political Code,
Compiled Laws of North Dakota, 1918,
Countersigned:
THE WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT
the said County reserving the right to
pay and redeem said bonds on the In
terest payment dates next preceding
their respective maturity, which said
bonds shall bear interest at the rate of
six per cent ((1%) per annum, payable
semi-annually on the llrst days of .Jan
uary and July in each year and both
principal and interest of said bonds to
be made payable at the Merchants Loan
& Trust Company, in the City of Chi
cago, Stat** of Illinois.
Section 11: That the Hoard of Coun
ty Commissioners, after a full Investi
gation and consideration of the situa
tion of the said County with respect to
tin- payment of the County Bonds now
outstanding and proposed to be refund
id, hereby linds and determines that
the issuance ol" refunding bonds of the
County for the purpose herein stated in
acoerila.nce with Section I of this reso
-ution is for the best Interests and the
general profit anil financial heriellt of
Ward County and of the tax payers
hereof.
Section III. Thai the said Refund
ing Konds and coupons attached shall
be signed by the Chairman of the Hoard
of County Commissioners and by the
County Treasurer and be attested by
the County Auditor and sealed with the
County Seal and that the form of said
bonds shall be substantially as follows:
No. $1,000.11(1
HNlTliD STATICS OK AMKKICA
State of North Dakota
Ward County
REFUNDING BOND
KNOW ALL M10N H.Y TlllOSK 1'KIOK
K.N'TS that the County ot' Ward, in the
Slate of North Dakota, for value receiv
ed hereby promises to pay to bearer
ONE THOCSAND DOLLARS
lawful money of the t'nited States of
America, on tlie tlrst day of January,
1928, with interest on said sum from
the date hereof until paid at the rate of
Six per centum per annum, payable
semi-annually on the first day of Janu
ary and July in each year on presenta
tion and surrender of the interest cou
pons hereto attached. Both principal
and Interest of this bond are hereby
made payable at the Merchants Loan &
Trust Company in the City of Chicago.
State of Illinois.
THIS BOND is issued by the County
of Ward for the purpose of refunding a
like amount of valid, legal outstanding
bonds of said county, under the author
ity of and in full compliance with the
provisions of Article 22, Chapter 42,
Political Code, Compiled Laws of North
Dakota. 1913. and in conformity with a
resolxition of the Board of County Com
missioners of said County duly passed.
And It is hereby certified and recited
that all acts, conditions and things re
quired by the laws and constitution of
the State of North Dakota to be done
precedent to and in the issuance of this
bond have been properly done, happened
and been performed in regular and due
form as required by law, and that the
total indebtedness of said County, in
cluding this bond, does not exceed the
constitutional or statutory limitations.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF the
Hoard of County Commissioners of
Ward County, North Dakota, has caused
this bond to be signed by the Chairman
of said Board, countersigned by the
County Auditor with the County Seal
hereto affixed, and tho coupons hereto
attached to be executed by the fac-simile
signatures of said officers this First
day of January, 1923.
Chuirman of Hoard of County
Commissioners of Ward Coun
ty. North Dakota.
Countersigned:
County Auditor.
FORM OF COUPON
No
January.
Oti the first day of July, 19 the
County of Ward. North Dakota, promise
to pay to bearer Dollars
at the Merchants Loan & Trust Com
pany, in the City of Chicago, State ot
Illinois, for interest due that day ori its
Refunding Bond, dated January 1, 1923.
No
Chairman of Board of County
Commissioners, Ward County,
North Dakota.
County Auditor.
FORM OF COUNTY AUDITOR'S CER
TIFICATE TO BE ENDORSED
OX EACH BOXD
State of North Dakota I
ss
County of Ward
I hereby certify that this bond Is is
sued pursuant to law and is within the
debt limit.
County Auditor, Ward County,
North Dakota.
There shall be printed oil the back of
each bond the following portion of Ar
ticle 22, Chapter 12, Political Code, Com
piled Laws of North Dakota. 1913:
"Each organized county in this state
is authorized and empowered by and
through its board of county commis
sioners. when in the judgment of said
hoard it is deemed to be to the best in
terests of the countv, to issue its nego
tiable bonds in the name of said Coun
ty for the sole purpose of funding or
refunding the outstanding indebtedness
of such county, represented by the
county warrants, bonds or orders of
such county or for the purpose of
funding and paying claims against such
county which have heretofore been dis
puted. but which may have been or may
hereafter be adjusted and allowed by
such board or for the purpose of pay
ing any final judgment which may have
been rendered against such county pro
vided, that the board in making settle
ment of disputed claims shall not allow
interest at a greater r.ate than seven per
cent per annum provided, however, that
no county shall in any event issue ils
bonds in any amount which, with its
(irior bonded indebtedness, will exceed
the maximum indebtedness allowed by
law but the issuing of new bonds In
lieu of outstanding bonds or indebted
ness shall not be considered as the cre
ation of a new debt."
Said bonds when executed, as herein
provided, shall be delivered to the pur
chasers thereof on recei\ing payment
therefor.
Section IV. That the proceeds of said
bonds when sold shall be applied ex
clusively towards the redemption of the
indebtedness for which the bonds are
issued, and no bonds whatever shall be
issued unless, at thu same time at least
an equal amount of bonded indebted
ness, specified in this resolution to be
redeemed shall be cancelled It being
the intention in and hereby, to provide
that at no time shall the sum total of
Refunding Bonds disposed of, and the
outstanding indebtedness unredeemed,
exceed the total amount of the total in
debtedness to be redeemed. The said
Auditor shall upon delivery of the said
Refunding Bonds or any part thereof,
at the same time take up and cancel an
equal amount of the bonds to redeem
which the said Refunding Bonds are is
sued.
The motion being duly seconded by
Commissioner Spicher and the vote be
ing upon the adoption of the resolution,
the following Commissioners voted Aye:
Vandenoever, Toftner, Spicher, Haldi
and Krantz. Noys: None.
The resolution was declared adopted.
State of North Dakota 1
J. ss
County of Ward
I, R. W. Kennard, the duly elected,
qualified and acting County Auditor of
Ward County. North Dakota, do hereby
certify that the above and foregoing is
a true and correct copy of the County
Commissioners' proceedings had at the
regular meeting of said Board held on
December 7th, 1922, showing all pro
ceedings had on that date in connection
with the authorization of the issuance
and sale of ($75,000.00) Seventy Five
Thousand Dollars Refunding Bonds of
said County.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and official seal
of said office this 7th day of December,
1922.
R. W. KENNARD,
County Auditor of Ward County,
Official Seal North Dakota
Moved by Com. Vandenoever, seconded
by Com. Spicher, that the application
for abatement of taxes in general form
of D. C. Dorman. as to household goods
in the City of Minot, for the year 1908,
be accepted, and the auditor Instructed
to forward same to the State Tax Com
missioner, at Bismarck, for his approval.
On roll call the members voted as
follows: Coin. Vandenoever, yes. Com.
Toftner, yes. Com. Spicher, yes. Com.
ilaldi, mil voting. Com. Kraut/., yes.
Motion carried.
.Moved by Com. Splcher, seconded by
Com. Vandenoever, that the application
for reduction of assessed valuation of
real estate as to the SW
1
SEi Sec. 2 9.
Wl.NHl, Slv1, Xlvl Sec. 32, .V'-SK',.
SI- S
!•:. SIC'h N t:.!. Sec. 3 2. XANU'i See.
32. N.'.NI'U See. 31. Township ft»0, Range
SS, SE'.SW l-ots 3 and I. Sec. 29.
SW'.SICl Sec. 32. Township 100, Kange
88, be rejected for the reason that the
county commissioners have no Jurisdic
ion.
tin roll call the members voted as fol
lows: Com. Vandenoever. yes. Com.
Toftner, yes. Com. Spicher. yes. Com.
Kranlz. yes. Com. Ilaldi. yes.
Motion carried.
Moved by .Com. Vandenoever. seconded
by Com. Toftner that the applications
for abatement of hail taxes ot l.udvig
Carlson for the year as to the
Slv',SW.', See. 2, Twp. la(, Kange 85
Also application of F. F. Probst for
the year 1921, as to Lot I. except ceme
tery, Sic. 3(1. Township 151. Range ts.i.
part of Lot 2 north of Right of Way,
except Douglas, portion SK\NW.',, North
of Rlghl of Way, of Sec. 36. Township
151. Range 85. be rejected according to
Section 6 of Hail Insurance Laws of
North Dakota.
(»n roll call till* members voted us fol
lows: Com. Vandenoever, yes. Com.
Toftner, yes. Com. Spicher, yes. Colli.
Haldi. yes. Coin. Krantz. yes.
Motion carried.
.Moved by Com. Ilaldi. seconded by
Coin. Vandenoever that the Hoard attend
a meeting set for the '.nil of December
at Ketimare. called by Daviil Clark. Jr..
trustee of the J. L. Wcinark Trust
Agreement and Ward county, in order
to take action as a board of the credi
tors, for settlement of said Trust Agree
ment.
.Motion carried.
Moved by Com. Toftner, seconded bv
c.,iu. Vundenoever, that the following
bills be allowed and the auditor instruct
ed to issue warrants upon the proper
funds in payment of same:
C. K. ISaeh. Office expenses
$ 25.00
work on K. A. I'.
Pub. Adtnr.
Sellu 1 tz Bros.,
No. 85 ..
Srhultz Bros., work on F. A. I\
No. 85
No. 85
No. 8 4
Leonard Olson. Graveling F. A.
P. No. 84
Mat Schoemcr. Graveling F. A.
P. No. 84
Mat Schocnu-r. Graveling F. A.
P. No. 84
Vaclav Uliler, Repairing road
machinery No. 84 ..
Gust Vadnais, Graveling F. A.
P. No. |84
$30.00
Russell Weatherwax. Graveling
A. P. Xo. 8 1
H. Weatherwax, Graveling
F. A. P. No. S I
I.. B. Weatherwax, Graveling
F. A. P. No. 84
Willis Weatherwax, Dragging
roads
.Mike Frank, Graveling F. A. U.
No. 84
Vaclav Uhler. Repairing road
machinery
A. S. Spicher, Coal furn. pauper
Wade II. Kruse, Asst. Co. Sur
veyor
County Auditor, K.vtra work in
auditor's office..
Stephen Aldalil, Repairing io mI
drag ...
Burroughs Adding Machine o.,
Maintenance service
A. P. Xo. 84
A. !•:. Hoynton Co.. Tires tor F.
E. H. Heal, Groc. for pauper
Ij. H. Byrne, Telegram
Bert hold Township, Dragging
roads
'tirpio Village, Repairing
No. 84
Farm
1.275.65
687.24
Sehultz Bros, work on F. A. IV
Xo. 85
Sehultz Tiros, work on F. A. I'.
SIM. 4 5
Farm
1.807.1 :i
H. C. Keiser, Witness insanity
fasii ...
A. W. Smith. Witness insanity
A. Birch. Witness insanity
case
Joel ninfield, Bal. on Klec.
services
S P. Nlelson. Witness insanity
case
Stephen Alduhl, Rep. 1
tcxid rnu
chinery No. 83
Herthold Farmers' Tele. Co..
Phone call
E. A. Ilussey, Graveling F. A.
1*. No. 84
Guv Johnson, Graveling F. A
l'\ .No. 81
N W Tele. Co., plnine calls
4.50
1.50
id
Dakota State Journal,
Printing
c. B. Davis. Witness fees Jus
lice Court
Louis F. Dow Co.. Bronze tablet
for County Fair ..
lies f.acs Auto Co.. Repairing
road machinery
Foxholm Township, Dragging
roads ...
First State Bank, Burlington,
Fair Hoard
Jacob Marshall, dragging roads
A. J. Xeiikom, ballot boxes
\Xedrose Twp- Dragging roads
Albert Solheim, Graveling F. A.
P. No. 84
Ernest Scott, Graveling F. A. P.
No. 84
Grounds
Western Bankers Inv. Co., Care
taker at Fair Grounds, Assig.
by Jack Stacy
Tatman Twp., Dragging roads
Unique Groc. Co., Groc. for
pauper —,
Underwood Typewriter Co-
Machine for sheriff's office __
Union Ins. Agency, Bonds furn.
for county
IT. S. Cafe, Meals for jurors
Velva Journal, Adv. Co. Fair—
J. D. Van Fleet & Co., Burying
pauper and ambulance serv—
Mrs. Kate Waldref, house rent
for pauper
Dr. E. B. Weible, Medical serv.
for pauper
City of Minot, Water
Dr. J. S. Devine, serv. Insanity
Board
Aldse. for
I'iper How.- I,lii
County Farm
Vang Township
on i'ounty Road
Dewey Huffman.
trucks
I. W. I.imke. Repairing trucks
Arthur .Ionian. Asst. County
Siir^ej oi-
dle Su ndrc, I! nail vi i-sei
I 5 S
2
Co. Surv.
Grader parts
Anderson 1 u-u^ 'o.,
Countv farm
Sam Barlow. Work
7a,upors
HiuriibiiiU at Co. Farm
Minot Plumbing Sc Heating
Aldsc. furn. Court House
X. AV. Machine Shop, lb-pairs
for trucks
O. W Ikritfstad. Serv. insanity
83.40
Farm
r7.r,o
W. L. Gordon, Meeting Insanity
Board
Highway Supply Co., Truck
parts Xo. 84
O. L. Hjelmstad, Registering
voters
Moil Northwestern Sales Co-
Truck parts Xo. 81
James Hayes. Dragging roads
Dr. S. J. lilllis, Serv. rendered
pauper
R. H. Hopkins, Stetio. services
It. K. Hopkins, Stamps
Jacobson & Fugelso, Mdse. for
road machinery
Iveiirnare Methodist Hospital,
1.00
27.1!)
Si. HO
4.13
135.50
13.95
Outlet Store, Mdse. for pauper
Ryder Good Roads Com., road
19.50
9.00
8.00
Sawyer Village, Relief of poor
Paul Sehultz, Dragging roads._
Standard Oil Co., Gas and oil F.
12.92
A. P. Xo. 83
Fred St. Peter, Putting in cul-
Fred'
1
9.25
62.50
65.00
Dr. E. C. Stone, Asst. Co. Phy
sician
Jack Stacy, Caretaker at Fair
5.00
20.00
20.00
15.60
Farm
1.75
Two c.tllvi
lls
1.00
I iep.i iri lu­
'.Ml.(ill
1 "T,.
2
6 1.00
Mrs. A. 1.. Man iison. ('are of
County Charge
St. osepb's 11 ospi tal, ('are ot
County patients
St. Joseph's Hospital. Can
Countv chat'ii'
!•:. .1. Thomas. S
A. I-'.
Walt
A. II
Toll!
25.00
of
i'. and K\p.
t\ 1'. Tricrweiiei.
A. P. No. SI
Aust n-Westei I
10.25
2 11.75
ol Mch. Co.
Drugs for
Farm
Sam Harlow, Work
House
Kllgelie Dielzgeti Co. Mils.
Bl.o.",
11.15
I 'onn
11.50
for Court
C. Surv.
K. A. Ilaldi, Boad win
1. K. Hide, Roail work
Jacobson X- Kllgeiso. Mdse
trucks
1 0 0
1 :i.
:i
2ii..',o
lo.5o
11
McCoiinell. Asst.
\Vn 1 la'«
Surv.
H. !v Wlsou. trurks
ami r-nt ot"
N. W. AlaHiitu- Sli"p.
for Karm
ufl'iiM* SjHM'iali i»*s Ty |»«-vvrii
rr for ('!. Oianiln'rs
\l. \V. I'mcc. I'lionr rails f»ir
i.'urnrtiT
1 M. I *•'i«?rso11, ('til cm
.John I'auslin, Labor al
farm
IT. O. llauson, Labor at 'ounty
oil
Hlllt
at Co
1 naHcllc Jacobson. Labor
Kiirm
Uuth L. Sor.-nson, Matron al'o.
^.*1.00
Kurm ....
StaLc Kiiv & Tornado Kmul. In
surants* I'oliobs
Atari** lawyer. 'ook at 'o. Farm
('.'has. H. MeKnitfht. Hauling
coal tor court house
P.i.mchc Olson. Labor at County
•J.Y00
r.::.io
in.Mi
Mdse. for County Farm
Aux?. Krantz. Com. S»*rv. arid
Exp
\rt *harb'hois, voters.
M. Kntfeseth, Clerk of Can
vassing Hoard
At. C. Jastwitz. llctfistHrinn"
voters
L. Kinser. Ken. voters
Asm Atuhs, U'-tf. voters
Louis Aluhs, Kck. voters
1.00
29.00
I O.OII
K.iUi
tla.UO
Mnicucc Uob^rts, Labor at 0».
Farm
iicinun li.y*ci\ KewsiirinK tlucs
and Hoilcr at '. Kami
Anderson PruK f'o.. 1TURK lor
12.00
98.70
Burlington City Mine. Coal lor
'ourt House
LyU* Hciison. ({lasses for Coun
ty charge
,1. N. Ellison, Si-rv. Member
h'air Hoard
Frosakcr Bros.. Impairs for
2.00
4.20
County Farm
fiross 1'rintintf Co.. Job printing
Farmers Imp. & Supply Co.,
.85
1.2a
15.41
5.00
15.00
L' 19.80
1.00
1 r».oo
AT. Paulson. lU'K- voters
Wm. Murray. Trans, for County
Charge
Citi/.ens Hank. *Mn»ot. hnd^e
work bv J. .J. Curran
1J. Hcrifjstad. OlTicr expenses
Int. Oil Co., Mdse. for road
work F. A. P. No. K'l
.lacobson & Ftttfelso, lUlw. tor
I 1.90
LOO
1.00
400
1.00
1.00
ti.00
yoo.oo
X.'.IM
7 1.
County farm
FU»rcnc»- Crittenden Home.
Services rendered
Jacobson &• Fiifjolso. Aids*', for
5C.75
fn.i. oo
Co. Surveyor ...
C. W. Mason. Kxp. Sec. Fair
Hoard
,1. J. Keavin. Taxi lane
KueflVt & Knxer Co., Aids*-, for
'ounty Surveyor
"Minot Plumbing & Heating Co..
1.00
s.ir
S I I
•»i (»r» r»
Hoard ..
I. Aleta! Culverts* o._, in
verts for F. A. No.
\'or. States .Power Co.. Litfhts__
Nor. States Power Co.. Phone
services
J. C. Penney C.. AUise. for Co.
1.30
2. 5
10B.20
9
9.3 I
Holers Lumber o.. LruJ^e
Mali-rial
Kotfers Lumber Co.. Material
furn. Co. Farm
P. Vandenoever, Trans for pau-
1 1.00
13.00
2.75
27.00
Graveling F. A. P. No. 84, by
C. J. Essor. Assign.
Joe Gerle, Graveling F. A. P.
M.00
Farm
•LOO
L5JI8.I17
103.^2
L'iO.IO
Standard Oil Co., (las and oil
for road work ..
A. Scofield. clerk hire
A. I*. Scofield, boarding prison
ers
Surrey Township. lr:i«tfinir
rofids .......
Cnitcd Chemical Co., Aldse. lor
15.20
30.00
1 2.70
Care of patient ...
l.ogan Farmers Kiev. Co
llridge material
Lewis Motor Co- Truck parts
No. 81
L28
L\r»19.13
38.61
731.64
25.00
166.00
30.00
U.05
1 2.00
Court House
Jacob Arnold, Haulinn ashes
Sam Harlow. Hlaoksmith work
on road mch
U. W. Kdnar, Witness iusanit
case
Airs. K. W. Kritrar. witness in
sanity case
Oroe-Kconomy. A1d.se. furn. Co.
10.50
lfl.OO
7.50
Jaeobson Xr Fu&el^o, Aldse- furn.
County Jail
Pure Oi! Co., Aldse. tor court
house
U. \Y. Pence. Coroner's reports
C. S. Helffhle. Acting coroner
F. H. Huzzy, Juror, voroner's
inquest
Jof. Stroeper. Juror, coromjr
inquest.
iter's inquest
Thorwald Alostnd. Juror, eoro
F. Al. Lniitf, Witness, coroner's
inquest
Ceo. Abeh ne. Witness, coroners
inquest
uy Hevins. Witness. Coroner's
inquest _.
Ponahl Hfivins, Witness. Coro
ner's Inquest
Alfred Haldi. Com. Serv. and
50.00
S.oo
Joseph Laqua, Rent for pauper
Lawyers Co-Op. Pub. Co.,
Books for l.iist. Court ...
Walter Fritz, Janitor Serv. Dist.
7.50
10.00
Court Chambers
James MeCuIloch. Meeting in
sanity board
P. II. Miller, Meeting insanity
board
C. W. Mason. Misc. Exp. Sec.
2.00
Int. Oil Co., Gas & Oil for F. A.
P. No. #4
C. Tj. Stevenson Co., Col. Del.
17.07
105.00
Taxes
42.00
M. J. Engeseth, Mdse. furn.
Court House
M. J. Engeseth, Postage, etc
Logan Cash Store, Groc. for
paupers
Minot Hdw. Co., Mdse. for
County Jail
Ryder Good Roads Com., Drag
ging roads
J. A. Sorensen, Supt. County
1.65
10.75
Exp.
2.50
145.00
150.00
2.uo
2.00
2.00
2.00
131.15
P. Vandenoever, Com. Serv. and
187.45
V. Pale, Collecting Deed
Cruin accounts
K. C. Kivley. County road work
Ir. A. P. AlcCannel, serv. for
pauper
St. Joseph's Hospital, care of
593.80
•18.00
80.30
County Patients
Herthold City, Relief of poor
City of Minot, Relief of poor__
L. Al. Ryrne, Steno. serv. Coro
ner's inquest
L. M. Byrne, Steno. serv. Jus
tive Court
International Oil Co., Mdse. for
125.25
isStSo
2,060.59
24.95
294.30
Co.
1.75
479.98
A. P. Scofield, Serv, Crim. Ac
tions
Globo-Gazette Co., Office sup-
45.00
32.20
5.00
December 28, 1922
HlSl
71.6 S
('ounty Treasurer. Taxes on
Hlk, 8. Uiverview Sub. Piv—
District Court Ordors
A. F. Calusha. Juror eertiMcate
Marjv Cook, Juror certificate
Tin o. Iverson, Juror Certificate
Fred Talbot. Juror certificate-.
.'» wman. Juror certificate
•r Hue, Juror certificate
134.17
36.00
21.00
36.0O
36.00
36.00
20.00
36.00
12.00
6.60
28.01*
27.00
17.60
20.0t
AlcCov, Juror cert ificato_.
Aladden. Hailiff certillcnte
Frank Pruels. Juror Cert ideate
F. Lenton. Juror (Certificate..
Wm. Kane. 1 iailiIT certitleate.
Has Ueinholdt, uror certificate
II. A. Wieknnin. juror rtilicale
J. A. AleCartnev. witness certi-
Ib-a te
ravel fur
2 1.80
Arthur .1. Hanson. Juror certi
ficate
August Hu se ii, witness
cert ifica I
.Morris I loh-n. Juror Cerl ideate
(5. c. Ueilly, Juror certificate
Mark I'mik, ,hir«T (Vriifie.ite
W. W. Wixer, Juror (Vrtilicute
Chas. Nelson. Juror (Yrtit'i
cate
Mabel L. Nelson, Steno. Serv.
I 1 n.oii
18.00
10.10
28.00
1 2.00
12.00
r»2.oo
16.00
Juv 'uurt. ease ...
H. L. 11 a I vorson, Ally. fe«_*s
I isi riei 'ourt
P. ". I .cuton, .1 uror Yrt tica
Thro. Iverson. Juror certilicate
Waller I tile, Juror ce rt lica
\eN Hansen, p.ailiff rMllcate
Tom Aladdeu. Pailiff C, rt ificat-*
13.60
90. oo
20.00
24.00
2 I.no
1 K.00
IS.00
28.no
2 l.oo
60.00
20.00
Wiekuian. juror certificate
II. A
A. I i.
The.,
MM? I
.1 an
III!
I •at
I
!la
Ilnl.n.
•h ill. ate
I la rr Manka. W n.
T.
.1, K.
The,,
•rtilicate
iM-tifi-
ill. un
it .Inn.i
it iiicatr
'Tlilicab
rt ti
a
.\ I 1111,
12.50
68.Oo
8.00
cert tica
rtil'-caie
rtilicate
•rt itica'e
1 IIC I Sell loer. Jill
Pled Talbot. Juror
W. Nelson. Jun
Mark 'onk. Juror
W. W Wi\er. Juror
"Walt« I '.lie, ui-..r cert ifica I
A Newman. Juror eri jjirat
Jus. lie.nan. Juror errnficate
Theo. Iverson, Juror certilicate
Va! Holt. uror cert ifica t»
Arthur il. Hanson. Juror certi
ficate
H. F. Miiier, Juror Certificate
A. AL Thompson, Witness corti
lieale ... ...
F. C. Lenton, Juror certificate
Arthur Travis Juror certificate
A H. McCoy, Juror certilicate
Stephen Alduhl, Juror certificate
K. Nordquist, Juror certificate.
Alorri.s Holen. Juror certificate
keilly. Juror certificate
David Peltier, Juror certificate
Lars 'hristenson, Juror certifi
cate ...
W. A. Swenom. HailitT certifi
cate*
Tom Aladden, Bailiff certificate
A. T. Caiusha, Juror certificate
Xels Jfaugen, Bailiff ccrtifhstte
W. It. Blume, Juror certificate
Wm. Voters, Juror certificate
Wm. Kane, tlaillfT certificate
Carl Ames, Witness certificate..
J. J. Keavin. Tiuci fare Juven
ile Court work
Hlizabeth 'amphell. Juv. Court
work
Xorbert O'Leary, Court reporter
Frank Moody, Witness certifi
cate
11. P. Losby, Witness certificate
W. S. Brown, Witness certificate
L. Al. Byrn*\ Witness certificate
S. p. .Wilson. Witness certifi
cate
.T. Sharer, Witness certificate
Karl Hronson, Witness certifi
cate
Lee Liruriduge, Witness certifi
cate
IL Volknn, Witness certificate
Aliss C. J. !'oolittle. Juror certi
/icate
K. C. Kunde, Witness eeriifieate
5
2.00
18.00
43.50
OH.ftO
28.U0
16.00
8.00
32.On
68.on
8.00
56.00
15.00
6)8.00'
2.10
16.00
72.00
12.00
72.00
72.00
ii.rm
49.00
72.0V
72.00
51.00
*9.00
37.80
18.00
72.00
72.00
27.00
2. 10
9.75
22.46
59.02
.15.50
H. lo
8.10
8.10
8.10
8.10
8.10
8.10
15.50
70.30
2. in
I Pavis. Sal. K\p. Ju\.
107.90
Serv. Juv 'ourt
Iver Walstad.
east'
F. L. Anderson, P. At..Knve
lopes for Hist. Judye
T. X. Yeomans, Witness
cat
Florence ('rir tetubn
care Juv. Ct. Charges
F. W. Pile,W itness certificate
J. J. Iveavin, Ta.\i for Juv. Ct.
work
KJizabeth Campbell, Jijv. Court
work
Klizabctli Campbell. Juv. Court
work
A. F. Newman. Juror certificate
.Morris Holen, uror certificate.
F. C. Lenton, Juror certificate
Then. Iverson. Juror certificate.
Walter Hue, Juror certificate
Wm. Kane, Hailifl certificate .«
:».:»o
8.60
cert ifi-
Alotion carried.
7.50
2.10
2.10
2.51
18.85
5.7 5
52.70
15.90
2.0 0
2.00
j.oo
90.48
I loine,
25.no
67.0a
16.00
Ynrnd Knudson, uror certili
cate
c. Al. Anderson. Hailiff certifi
cate ...
H. A. Wiekman, uror cert ifica te
Tom Aladderi. Bailiff certilicate..
Minot Daily News. Adv. for In
stitute
State Normal School. Institute
expenses
State Normal School Summer
25.00
.50
J.'p. Reed, Hruyatfe
St. Joseph's Hospital, care of
Countv patient
Surrey Twp., Kelief of poor
Shirley Cror. Co., Oroc. for Co.
17.25
11.25
H2.57
9..7 5
21. I
11.55
16.00
16.00
16.00
16.00
16.05
15.00
19.30
12.00
20.00
1*2.00
12.60
250.88
267.20
School expenses
Motion carried.
Mover! by Com. Haldi, seconded by
Com. Vandenoever, that the board ad
journ until Hecernber 21st. 1922.
U. W. KKNNAKl),
4
kotxcz:
'"nuty Auditor.
or
mortgage foreglo
SUBB SALE
NOTICE IS HKUFUY (ilVKN: That
that- certain mortgage executed and de
livered by ANDY LOIJ1S AND MAGGY
LOPIS, HIS WIFE, as mortgagors, to
THE FKDFUAL LAND LANK OF
SAINT PAPL, a corporation, as mort
gagee, dated the 11th day of February.
1018, and recorded in the office of the
Kegi.ster of Deeds of Ward County,
North Dakota, on the 25th day of Feb
ruary. 1018, at 2:35 o'clock P. AL, and
recorded in Book 278 of .Mortgages, on
page 85, will be foreclosed by a sale of
the premises in such mortgage and here
inafter described, at the front door of
the Court House, in th-* City of Minor.
County of Ward and state of North Da
kota, at the hour of two o'clock in the
afternoon on the 6th day of January,
1023, to satisfy the amount due upon
said mortgage OTI the dale of sale.
The premises described in such mort
gage and which will be sold to satisfy
the same are those certain premises
situated in the County of Ward and
State of North Dakota, to-wit:
The South Half of the Southwest
Quarter (S£ SW}) of Section Twen
ty-eight (28) West Half of the
Northwest Quarter (WJ NWJ) of
Section Thirty-three (33) ail Iving
and being in Township One Hun
dred Fifty-three (153) North, Rang*
Eighty-two (S2, West, containing
One Hundred Sixty (160) Acres,
more or less, according to the Gov
ernment Survey thereof.
There will be due on said mortgage
on the date of sale the sum of Two
Thousand Two Hundred Eighty-seven
and 20/100 ($2287.20) Dollars, together
with the costs and disbursements of
this action.
Dated this 20th day of Novembo**. 1922.
THE FEDERAL LAND BANK OF
SAINT PAUL., Saint Paul. Min
nesota. Mortgagee.
H. E. JOHNSON,
Attorney for Mortgagee,
Minot. North Dakota.
A. P. SCOFTETJD, Minot. N. D.
315.31
979.62
646.49
Knut Chrlstenson, tTraggfng
84.00
18.00
30.00
J. J. Coyle, Serv. Insanity "Board
Kopald Elec. Co., Aldse. for
court house
Kopald Elec. Co., Mdse. for
truck parage
Nor. States Power Co.. Phone
rental, speed barn
Standard Oil Co.. Gas and oil
for road work
L. \V. Toftner. Com, Serv. and
5.00
f»2.00
27.25
3.40
6.35
5.76
467.42
97.45
Union National Bank, Work on
F. A. P. No. 85, J. J. Rue &
Sons
A. M, Waller, Mileage
Dan Conan, house rent and
gravel for F. A. P. No. 84
A. S. Spicher, Com. Serv. & Kxp.
Alice Fisher, Serv. and Exp. at
59.06
1,073.69
262.45
264.35
91.90
Sheriff of Ward Co.. N. P. !1/23-6t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
State of North Dakota, County of
Ward, ss.
County Court.
Tn the matter of the Estate of Jacob
S. Welty. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by Noel D.
Welty, tho General .. .r of
the estate of Jacob {. ~r. ^arred.
to the creditors of, and all persons hav
ing claims against said deceased, to
present them, with the necessary vouch
ers, to the said Noel D. Welty, addressed
to him at the Tost Office of Sawyer.
Ward County, N. Dak., within Six
months after the flrst publication of
this notice.
Dated this 5th day of December, 1922.
NOEL D. WELTY,
General Administrator of the Estate
of Jacob S. Welty, Deceased.
First publication December 7th. 1922.
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