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Accident Happened Near Ordway.
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ceives Cut On Temple—Drove 50
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Keenan & Clarey, real estate
agents, met with an automobile acci
dent while out with a party of land
CjnSt seekers Thursday. They were turn-
Ing a corner in the road near Ord
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$ way, just this side of the Jim river,
when their Rambler car skidded and
turned completely over, throwing all
.,i the occupants from the car and badly
shaking them up. Clarey, who was
?'driving, received a bad cut over the
temple, but he was the only one ln-
Jured. The lamps on the machine
lv _J were broken, and the fenders bent,
T' but otherwise' the -car suffered little
damage. The tourists Jumped into
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"Have you noticed Chief of Police
Zirbes' 30-cent hat? You haveT Well,
it does not look its price, does it?"
That Is what several of the chief's
friends
last night when they saw
the new white soft headpiece set
jauntily upon the top of his thief
catching apparatus. Some of them
tried to remove it to get a closer in
spection, but the chief was afraid to
trust them, and kindly told them
"hands off" in much the same way
as he would say "hands up" while
taking into custody some of the
Worst criminals.
To appreciate this hat one must
know its history. Some time ago the
chief captured some crooks who had
stolen $600 worth of furs out of an
M. & St. L. car. As a token of their
appreciation, the firm which owned
the furs sent him a fine new hat.
Through some inadvertence they neg
lected to pay the express, and "yes
terday, when it reached its destina
tion, the chief was obliged to "cough
lip" a little hard earned dough to get
possession
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THE COUNTY BOARD
Official proceedings of ihe Board of
County Commissioners at Aber
deen, S. p., Sept. '3, 1907.
The board met in regular session,
all members present.
On motion the minutes of meet
ings of July 1st and July 25th, 1907,
were read and approved.
The county auditor and county
treasurer submitted a report of their
estimate of the expenses of the coun
ty for the ensuing year, to be raised
by tax afi follows:
Aberdeen, S. D., Sept. 3. 1907.
We the undersigned county audi
tor and county treasurer of Brown
county, South Dakota, submit the
following estimate of the expenses
for the ensuing year:
For county general fund, $24,700
for bridge fund, $1^2,360 for insane
fund, $7,400 for bond Interest fund,
112,470, which we believe will be
sufficient to pay all accounts now
overdrawn,. and meet all necessary
expense for the coming year.
Respectfully submitted,
JOHN C. DALY,
County Auditor.
F. C. BENJAMIN,
County "Treasurer.
Besolntion
Whereas, the board of county
commissioners having examined the
estimate made by the county audi
tor and county treasurer, of the am
ount of money required to defray the
expense of the county for the ensu
ing year, and the board having duly
considered the amount of money nec
essary to be raised for the several
funds, for county general purposes,
insane, bridges, and for interest on
*urt house bonds for the ensuing
year:
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"Therefore, Be it Resolved That
this board levy a tax for county gen
eral purposes including support of
the poor, amounting to the sum of
1124,700, and a tax for the Construc
tion and repair of bridges, amount
ing to the £um of $12,360, and a tax
for the care of the insane amount
ing to the sum of $7,400, and a tax
for the interest on court house bonds,
amounting to the sum of $2,470, be
and the same is hereby levied against
the taxable property in this county
as equalized by the state board of
equalization for the ensuing year."
Which resolution being read by
the chairman, it was moved and sec
onded that the same be adopted.
Commissioners all voted in favor
thereof, and none against it, said
resolution was by the chairman, de
clared adopted.
On motion the Qffer of M. B. Wynn
of $10.00 and notary fees, for all
tax certificates on lots 12 to 25 in
clusive, block 20, Baldwins Second
addition to Columbia, was accepted^
On motion the. board adjourned to
meet at 2 o'clock p. m.
2 o'clock p. m., board met as per ad
journment, all members present.
On motion the following salary
bills for July Were allowed:
F. C. Benjamin, county treasurer,
$166.66 A. .£L Hack, deputy county
treasurer, $7fi.Q0 Anna
McPherson
clerk county treasurer, $60.00 John
C. Daly, county auditor, $125.00
A. Lum, deputy county auditor,
$75.00 C. C. Shattuck, clerk for
county auditor, $60.00 Anna Mc
Closky, clerk for county auditor,
$27.75 I. D. Tower, register of
deeds, $100.00 C. W. Steele, deputy
Register of deeds, $75.00 Clyde Laid
law, clerk register of deeds, $ 60.00
Margaret Coleman, clerk register of
deeds, $40.00 O. Jorgensori, superin
tendent of schools, $126.00 A. J.
Smith, deputy .superintendent /of
schools, $60.00 C. J. Hute, county
judge, $166.66 Howard C. Ander
son, deputy jailor, $55.00 Charles
Pernie, janitor for court house,
$90:00 I* T. -Vari Slyke, county at
torney, $100.00 B. H. Rice, super
intendent of hospital, $50.00 Geo.
E. Countryman, county physician,
$50.60 Mrs. A. H. Ellison, monthly
allowance, $10.00 Wm. MeiBe,
monthly allowance, ,$8,00 Mrs.
H. Rice, matron at lio^ltal, $15.00
Hattle GilHs, nurse"' at hospital,
$36.00 Leora Ingeraoll, nurse at
hospital, $35.00 T3Heilry Brotten,
.work at hospital. S26.t)0 Lucy Moul
ton, work at hospital, $10,50 Dorah
Torewell, work at hospital, $19.67
Mary Huber, work at hospital',
$2O 0O Katie Weil, work at
hOB
pita?, $25.00.
On motion the following bllls
were allowed:
Louis J. Johnson, com. per, diem
and mileage, $11.00 Louis J. John
son, inspection state line bridge,
$15.00 C. H. Lamport, overseeing
state line bridge,„$8jL00 C. H. Lam
port, com., per dlein and, mileage,
$11.60 Ira Barnes, inspecting atate
line bridge, $15.36 Ira Barnes, com.
per diem pnd mileage, $4.10 E. C.
Payne, com. per diem and mileage^
$9.40 E. C. Payne, Inspecting
bridges, $27.55 H. H. Rosebrock,
com. per diem and mileage, $10.60
H. H. Rosebrock, Inspecting bridges,
$10.70 John Linhart, wi' on pool
bridge, $5.00 Roy Pond, loading
bridge timbers and pile#, $2.50 C,
B. Zirbes^R.R. ticket for poor. $«.20
W. H..Brown, hauling tool* and plle
driver, $3.50 fid Harnota butter
and eggs for hospital, $25.05 John
Anderson, board 'of priaonera,
$154.20 H. -_B. McNutt, attendance
insane case, '$7.00 Henry Frank,
auling bridge lunlber, $5.00 JL: D.
-Town* stamps for Janet July and
August, $21.39 W. 0. Hay^supfclles
tor hospital, $60.95 ,*niP. Light,
acrMjiii fo^Jtoaplta!,. $12.50 Perkins
Broa. 'C^, mueiltga bcttlea, $1.50
bridgesworfc.
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ABERDEENDEMOCRAT, FRIDAY, 8EFTE1DE& It, 1907. j.
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gell Co., supplies for hospital $50.15
,Wm. H, Koch, supplies for hospital,
$15.80 C. A. McArthur Hdw. Co.,
supplies for hospital, $1.90 C. Dre*
selhuys, work at county hospital,
$19.47 C. E. Lacey & Co., supplies
fjr hospital, $53.40 Frederick Free
Press/ official printing, $46.10 The
Freeman. Bain Co., supplies for hos
pital, $20.75 Rudolph Brown, cam:
of Insane man $8.00 Eagleson Brw3
supples for hospital, $2.00 Quality
Tea Shop, supplies for .hospital,
$19,60 Buttolph ft Kurtz, supplies
for hospital, $16^76 Harry McGee,
care of insane man, $3.00 E. G. An
derson, coal for county hospital
$197.66 A. Y. Bayne ft Co., steel
for three bridges, $1,300.00 Z. M.
Horsley, arrest of W. Aloear and care
of body of Marsalkee, $6.50 James
Norton, assisting and board of pris
oner,' $2.00 Wm. bringing
in dead body of Marsalkee, $2.00
Frederick Nelson, assisting In mak
ing arrest, $3.50 Oren Conley,
The P. P. Stewart
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sisting making arrest, $3.50 Ous
Ceser, aaaisting making arrest, $1.00
Standard Oil Co., gas for hospital,
$63,72 A. H. Abrahamson, work at
hospital, $1.00 Huger Transfer Oo.^
freight and drayage, $19.38 P. Cul
ly, janitor work, $6.00 Aberdeen
Steam Laundry, laundry for county
hospital, $5,18 McCollom ft Austin
supplies for poor, $21.85 J. F,J Kel
ley ft Co., blanks for sheriff, 50
cents JI. -Campbell ft Son, (supplies
for poor, $3.33 5VItt«^ Hdw. Co., sup*
plies for sheriff,. $4.00: Midland
Chemical 'Co., supplies tot county
hospital, $45.00 J. Fred Olander,
supplies for superintendent of schools'
!31"?1 Andy one. mattr^w,
$4.00 W. H. Wilson, cotfn box and
robe and transferlng body to Colum
bia, $16.00^ W. H. Wilson, coffln and
box for John McKee, $8,00 L. L.
Barnhart, repairing 'chairs, $2.55
3. H. Rice,' expense and Stamps,
$3.15 Q«o B. ^untryman, coronf
er's fees, $6.00 "'John Anderson,
board of prlsonei*,^ $229.10 P. D.
Sollje, board of bndgemen and team
work, $48.40,:
On. motion the fbllowing salary,
bills for t&e fontb of August were
allowM:
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Anna jMcPherson,
$60,00 John C. Daly,
iditofe^i^S.^O C. A. Lum,
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Over More Beautiful Range
Have Led the Race for more than 7 iw
leads—others tried all these years to follow. Ci3f SaTle'
styles for 1907. The price is no higher thalk a year ai"
them early.. timst*
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$50.00 Mrs. A. H. BUlson, monthly
aHowapce, $10,004* Wm, Melse,
monthly allowance, $8.00 B. H.
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hospital,
$50.00 Lucy Moulton, work at JMNK
pltal. J10.56 Katie Well, work at
hospital, $80.00: Othelia Weatlh,
nurse at hospital, 1»4.00 Henry Brat
ton, work at hospital, $15.00 Kath
erlne Rodhquse, nurse at hospital
part of month, $20.00 Luck Omel
la, work at hoep)tal, $25.00 Mary
Huber. work at hospital. $23.00 La
ora Ingersoli nurse at hospital,
135.00 Hattle Gillls. nurse at hospi
tal, 135.00 Mrs. B. H. Rice, matron
at hospital, $15.00.
"Alotion made and carried, that the
deputy jailor be allowed $60.00 per
month from September 1, 1907,,
On motion the coroner's report of
W. O.' Jones upon the body of
Christ Nelson, was approved, and the
following fees allowed:
W. 0. Jones, coroner's fees, $6.90
A. Neumen, Jury fees, $2.10 H. 8.
Stevens, Jury fees, $2.10 N. S. Wil
son, jury fees, $2.10 E. C. Shepard,
witness fees, $1.10 Joe Relstad, wit
ness fees, $1,10 H, J. Bock, wit
ness fees, $1.10. •r
B« it resolved, that every lessee]
of school or qther public lands, who
shall sink therein artesian wells,
pursuant to provisions of Chapter
227 Laws1 of South Dakota, for
1907, and 'to obtain the benefits of
such law shall use Id construction of
such well, pipe of at least one'"lnclr
In diameter, consisting of standard
black pipe, except the top joint
thereof, which shall be of standard'
galvanized "rftpe not less than 16 feet
in length at top of well. Resolution,
carried,
«n October l, 1907, at 9 a. m.
|HN C. DALY,
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trees iaat spring alou» the streets and
thousand to four tbousntvl tr^ea n«t spring,
to spend money for tbe, purpose of developing
city as tllfditoa pf^arty
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of a bona costlng $8,0«0 oj^ over, we can give you
good bargain on a, location and would llke to talk
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