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I~tht = : GAL =fi0TICES = : COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS Feb. 8th, 1934. ~kll Members Present: Chairman Zurcher Presiding. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Mr. A. F. Pretzer appeared before the Board relative to Feed Loan on the NE~ AND THE E.~N~V1~, 27. 154-80 whic~h is a county loan and 8400.00 of whleh has heretofore been paid. Mr Pretzer tendered $45.09 as a considers. tlon for a release of mortgage lien on the above premises. Q~ motion dul.y made. seconded and carried the county treasurer is direct- ed to issue a relea~,e of the said lien upon the payment of $45.00 as tendered, Dr. Cralse and John Swanson appear- ed before the Board with Vv'ayne Xrume of Bantry. Tile Doctor recom- mended that Mr. Krume be given medi- cal aid and It was so urdercd. Dr, Craise appeared before the Board with Mr. G. C, Chandler and requested ~hat the county approve admittance of Mrs. Chandler at Sanatorium at San Iaven, On motion dn, ly made, second- sd and carried it was ordered that ad- mittance be granted with the under- standing that the State or Missouri. their legal residence, be asked to fi- nance them. Mrs. John Geiger appeared before the Board relative to poor relief. She Was advised to remain in Towner pend- ing disposition of her case. Mr. Sullivan, representing the Mls- ~ouri River Diversion Project appeared afore the Board and gave a detail 1"sport on their progress up to this J~t~. Mr. Sullivan urged that this ~t~ihty contribute further funds to aid In getting the approval of the rpojecL The matter was laid on the table for further consideration. The Board began their monthly audit of bills on file. A list of those pa,d will be found at the end of these mlnuteL On motion duly made, seconded an~ carried the meeting adjourned for the day l~eb, Yth, 1934 All Members Present; Ch&l~man Zurcher Presiding'. On motion dury made, seconded and ~uOarried it was ordered that McHenry unty donate $I00.00 additional to tlw lssouri River Diversion Commi~e tei rther the progress of said project. The Board continued their audit of bills on file, :Mr. Donovan, Division Engineer of ~he ~tate Highway Department and :Mr. Cr~tbb, representing the Federal 1Government on relief roads appeared and discussed various phases of relief and other road construction with the ]Board. On motion duly made, aecondefl and carried the County Treasurer is direct- to issue a release of seed llen on e NE~ 3, 153-78 said lien having been extinguished bv the foreclosure of a flTst mortgage o~ said premises. 2~ o~Cloek P. M. All Members Present: Chairman Zurcher Presiding. This being the time and place set for hearing on certain old age l~ensions the matter was before the Boal~dqa~tt the following action was t~,ken: No. 27 J. M. Gilmore. Granville. Application approved at ..... $150.90 No. 28 Anion Thoreson. Appll-. cation tabled .............. _ _ Application tabled .... =. ..... ~qo. 32 Louise Anderson, l~'argo. Application tabled ___=.=_=___ No. 33 T4mbell~ |Berry. v.e|v~ Application tabled ........ 2__ No. 34 Ag&tha Wald, Mlnot. Application approved at ..... 150.00 No. 35 Peter Isben, Voltaire. Application approved at ..... 150.~9 No. 36 Lena Sorenson. Velva. Application tabled .......... No. 37 Sophie Thoreson, T0W- ner. Application tabled ..... ' On motion duly made, seconded and carried it was ordered that.-bcarlng on " all new applications for ~ld ~g~ pensions be he~4~on Thursdaf/~le~ 8(k day ~ March, 1984 at the hour of ~2:ff0 0clock P, M. On motion duly made, seconded and carried it was ordered that a bill of ~nna Lazier for work at home of ' _Charles Vaugban in amount of $10,00 be rejected same not having been authorized. .~arried the meeting adjourned for the - "~tay. Feb. Sth. 1034 :All Members Present; Chairman Zureher Presiding, made, seconded and [ that the county road funds, all of the 30% r~ltef road Balance of the forenoon was ~pent In auditing bills on file. Zurcher Presiding. ~hiz be ' the time and place set for i: on metal and concrete matter was before the bidders presented I. Klauer Manufacturing Company, ~[~buque, I0wa, (Metal). Northfield Iron company, North- (Metal). & Iron Works. (Metal}. Metal Culvert Com- N. Dak. (Metal}. Hardware Company, Concrete Products Mandan, N. Dak. (Concrete). Fargo Bridge & Iron Company. ,resentatives of the above appeared before the Board and given a hearing in their turn, On motion duly made, seconded and earrl0d it wa~ ordered that the con- tract for metal culverts be awarded to the Northwestern Sheet & Iron Works ~f Wahp~ton and th5 contract for Con- crete pipe be awarded to the North Dakota Concrete Products Company. On motion duly made, seconded and carried the county auditor was directed to return all checks filed by unsuccess- ful bidders and to return certified checks to contracting parties as soon as they have filed for approval the proper bondL A bid of the Oerold Equip~ent & Material Co. Fargo. N. Dak. was re- Jected same having arrived after the time set for filing of bids. The following cash items were re- ceived and accepted as presented and ordered turned over to the county treasurer to be credited to the proper funds: $449.26 from Bantry Township for Road work. 23.19 from Normal Township for bal- ance of road work. 164.00 from Villard Township for bal- ance of old road account. 168.68 from Deep River Township for road wor~. 21.45 from Land Town~hip for 1933 grading account. (Prior unpaid) 276.08 from Spring Grove Township for road work. 45.00 from A. F. Pretzer for part payment on seed loan. 13.00 from Helmer Smette for Hos- pital acct. Part Payt, 30,80 from Round Lake Township, Grading Acct. in full. 19.00 from Mile Wood for Rent from Feb. 14, 1933 to Mar. 14. 1933. 3.00 from Arthur Kriedeman for deed to Lots 13, 14, 15, Block 6, Guthrie. 14.00 from Standard Oil Co. Refund. 8.00 from Russell Bennett for Rent- al on county property. 300.00 from A. A~ Sehults for contract for deed on S~NE~4 N~SE~, 3, ~V~N~'~ 11, 159-78. 35.00 from Henry Raap for 1934 Beer License. On motion duly made, seconded and carried the meeting adJmwned for the day. Feb. 9th, 1934. All Members Present; Chairman Zurcher Presiding. On motion duly made. seconded and carried it was ordered that the county auditor issue monthly checks in the, sum of $6.00 for rental for T. F~ Berry family to A. J. Masteller, beginning Jan. 1st, 1934 and to continue until further ordered. On motion duly made, seconded and carried it was ordered that the county auditor issue monthly checks, in the sum of $5.60 per month to Mrs. A. J. Lee for rental for H B. Rust family beginning Feb. 1st, 1934 and until further ordered. On motion duly made, seconded and carried the monthly report of August Sveund as manager of the county home was approved as presented. On motion duly made. seconded and carried the monthly reports of the various county officers of fees collect- ed and turned over to the county were approved as presented and were as follows: Joe Strong, Personal Property Collections .................. $555.03 Joe Strong, Civil Fees Collected 48.30 Otto Fering, Fees Collected .... 350.45 D. F. Grim, Fees Collected .... 43.75 Emil Torno, Fees Collected .... 12.q0 E. ~r. Olson, Fees Collected ___ 10.70 On motion duly made, seconded and carried the $100.000.00 bond of the Pioneer State aBnk of Towner. North Dakota as depoMtory of ~lcHenry County Funds was approved as to Sufficiency and ordered placed on file. On motion duty made, seconded and carried beer license of Henry Rasp of Kongtberg, N. Dak., was approved. A petition of David Sehuck at. al. of Balfour township asking for a bridge In said township was ordered placed on file for action at such a time as the Board can view the site. On motion duly made, seconded and carried the meeting adjourned for the day'. Feb. 10th, 1934 All Members Present; Chairman Zurcher Presiding. On motion duly made. seconded and carried the inventory of the McHenry County Home as presented by Augu~t Sveund and S. I. Knutson was approved as pre~ented and ordered placed on file~ The following abatements were or- ]dared approved and referred to the l~tate Tax Commissioner: Gilbert Hou- [gem, Duplicate assessment on personal [Property. I-L H. Blackstead $2.88 over- [charge on taxes on lot 1, block I. /Verenflrye. ~ E. Dokken $15.46 1928 personal property taxes paid and credited to Sever J. Dokken. "W. H. Miller, Tax Certificate No. 198. 1930 sale. (State Land) James B.. Corum, Lot 21, Block 7, Orig. Upham. The Board spent the balance of the day in checking the delinquent tax lists in the ~herlff's office which audit was not completed at the last meeting. The following Is a list of Bills al- lowed at the February 1934 meeting ~f the County Commissioners: . O. Huso, Attending Relief Meetings .,.,= .............. $ 12.00 Mouse River Farmer~ Press, L~gal ~ Publications ........ 94.00 Mouse River Farmers Press, Job Printing & Supplies .... 64.45 Knight Printing Co., Office Supplies .................. 109.46 The Globe Gazette Ptg. Co., Office Supplie~ ............ 98.77 The Globe Gazette Ptg. Co., Mdse.--Relief Office ........ 3.06 Mlnot stationery Co., Office Supplies . ..~ .............. Office Specialties Co., One Water Rent~ H.& Erickson Brothers, Mdse,~Jail Otto Faring, Recording Co. Papers .................... Midland Chemical Co., Janitor ts of Power Co., Lights & Tolls ............ Leo Szczys, Electric Lmmps.- Pioneer Dray Line, Drayag~-- Sommerdorf Inc., Mdse.--~ail , Inmates ..................... Joe Strong, Collecting P. P, Taxes ..................... Joe Strong, Boarding PrisOn- No. 1839 ................... J. J. Bertram, Mdse,, Court- house ..................... Ward Count~, Court EXpenses, Rosencr~ns vs. Moorhead-.- Cash Advanced --- Cash Ad- Court House ..................... Thee. Monson, ~erviees, Allot- ment Office ................ l{omer L. Hill. Mdse., Relief Office ...................... Homer L Hill, Mdse., Allot- ment Office ................ TOWN[R[:LOUR ILL North Star Flour ...... $3.45 per 98 lbs. Feed ........... $19. per ton ~lr" -~ ~11 It ~11~ 1 g on Star Flour. 2.10 70.00 31.40 49.42 5.25 17.50 191.23 55,~6 149.95 7.80 5.25 5.50 37.27 87,75 62.92 16.30 292.75 6.00 59.92 3.00 8.00 43.53 .9~) FARMERS !~RESS ........... Henry M. Holte, Services, Re- llef Committee ............ 15.00 Mrs. O. ,S. Cralse, Services, Re- lief Committee ............ 9.(~\ R. S. Jones. Services. Relief Committee ................. 24.00 R. L. Richardson. Services. Re- lief Committee 49.50 Oscar S. Hilman, fidse:,-C-ou-nt.v House .................... 1.70 Good Samaritan Heap., ]-Iarvey, Care of Hammonds ........ 30.00 Good Samaritan Hosp., Harvey, Care of Myrtle Jewel] ...... 31.50 Good Samaritan HOED., Rugby, Care Jf Mrs, Eric~ Iverson 33.85 Good Samaritan tIosp., Rugby, Care of Andrew Shoemaker 54.00 Good Samaritan Heap., Rugby, Care of Lawrence Jager .... 40.00 Goo~l Samaritan Heap.. Rugby, Care of Mrs. Walter Torno 25.50 Good Samaritan Ho~p., Rugby, Care of Edw. F. Johnson __ 109.75 Good Samaritan .Ho~p., Care of Mrs. Gee. Livingston ...... 35.q0 Goad Samaritan Heap., Care of Miss Barbara Burckbard __ 37.50 Go~d Samaritan Heap., Care of Miss Alma Janke .......... 8.25 Good Samaritan Hoep,, Care of %V. H. Blevins .............. 39.20 Good Samaritan Heap., Care of Walter Etliott 40.85 Drake Hospital I-r[c~:-b-are--of Bernard Vogel ............. 45.15 Drake Hospital Inc., Services Walter Schnelbach ......... 98.10 Drake Hospital Inc., X-Ray, Gee. A. Michalenko ........ 5.00 Drake Hospital Inc.. Services. Mrs. Arthur Kloehn ........ 48.90 Drake Hospital Inc.. Services. Mrs. Martin Heydt 63.00 Drake Hospital Inc.. Servic-e-s: Mrs. Sam Shattun ......... 39.70 Drake Hospital lnc., Services. Ben Kossan ................ 25.19 St. Joseph's Hospital, Care of Mary Schan ............... 69.58 St. Joseph's Hospital, Care of W. E. Carty .............. 84.01 Trinity Hospital, Care of Henry Nehrenberg ................ 80.65 Trinity Hospital, Care of Fred Frederickson ............... 18.93 Trinity Hospital, Care of Alfred -Iochgraber ................ 46.84 Mlnot's Mercy Hospital Care of Mrs. Jacob Schmldt ...... 34.50 Mtnot's Mercy Hospital, Care of Mrs. Gerfh Thomas ...... 15.77 Dr. R. E. Jenkins. Services Mrs. Bjoralt .................... 15.00 Drs. Wood & Wood, Services, Olaus Johnson ............. 40.00 Dr. C. O. Rollie. Services, Mrs. Martin Heydt .............. 20.0") Dr. N. O. Dalager, Services. .Mrs. Arthur Kloehn ........ 20.00 Dr. R. J. W'ashburn. Services. ~Glen Leder ................ 4.00 rs. Freda Decker. Care of Mr. and Mrs. Olafson .......... 7,00 Mrs.. Bertha Evans, Care of Mrs. Sam Johnson ......... 10 ~0 Gee. Wasson, Care of Blevlns "6.50 Mrs. V. C. Lows, Care of Bievins .................... 7.35 Homer L Hill. Mdse., Chas. 'Sorenson 17.00 Homer L. I~[ll;-'Mcl-se:f--l~oov Cases 31.40 J a~. Drader ................ 12.00 Blackstead Grain Co., Mdse.. Schan House ............... 18.85. White Twp. Pierce ~otlnty, Mdse., Joe Schmaltz ........ 13.13 McKnight Drug Co., Mdse., Poor Cases ........ ._~2__ 16.95 St. Anthony & Dak. ]~tev. Co., Mdse., Nygaard House ..... 2.40 FedJe & Tweet. Mdse., Nygaard House ..................... 10.25 Grdhville Drug Store, Mdse., Paulson & Lester .......... 13.50 Glotzbach Drug Co., Mdse., Poor Cases ................. 5.59 Dr. A. E. Donker. Services, Fred Frederlckson ........ 20.00 Otter Tall Power Co. S. Soren- son ACCt. .................. 1.20 North Prairie Twp., Poor Re- lief ........................ 22.81 Granville Drug Co., Mdse., Lester ..................... 12.50 Voltaire Farmers Elev. Co., Mdse.. Gnat Christenson .... 31.60 Muus E~tate Apts., Rent, Mrs. Dick Wilson 6.00 Mrs. Jac~.>b Rol[,'-1~ouse--~len-t~ W. Shipman ................ 16.00 Mrs. A. J. Lee, House Rent. H. B. Rust ................. 29.00 Eddy County, Expenses in Paul Bok0voy Case ........ 15.00 City Dray Line, Drayage for Relief Office ............... 10.25 Hills Drug Co., Mdse., Relief Office ...................... 1.50 Towner Flour Mill, Delivering R. F. C. Flour ............ 21.00 S. P. Chapin, Mdse. & Labor for Cornish ...... ~ ......... 4.00 Mouse River' Tel. Co,,"Rents & Toll, Co. Home ...... _u_.___ 10.45 Otter Tall Power Co, Llgli~s & Power, Co. Home -.,--2-.,--_ 24.09 U. & L Store. Mdse., Co. Home 14.90 James Morley, Electrical Work, Co. Home ................. 3.50 Franc~ Moser, Labor, County Home ..................... 18.00" J~ C. Penny Co., Mdse.. Co. Home ............. = ........ 6.66 Dickinson & Nichols, Mdse.. Co. Home ...................... 12.46 Johns Drug Co., Mdse., Co. Home ...................... 2A~ Towner Flour Mills, Mdse.. Co. Home ...................... 75~.80 Mc~Knlght Drug Co., Mdse., Co. Home ...................... 13.4] Raiders Grocery, Mdse., Co. Home ..................... 15.95' Weidler & Anderson, Mdse., Co. Home ...................... II. II Velva Dept. Store, Mdse., Co. Home ...................... 6.44 Dr. E. R, Telch, Vet. Services, Co. Home ................. 12.00 Borreson's Shoe Shop, Mdse., Co. Home .................. 8.83 Anna l~atla, Labor, Co. Home 20.00 Albert Weber, Insanity Com- missioner .................. 69.00 South Bend S. D. No. 1, Tuition, Irene Sveund .............. 27.00 County Trea~urdr, Postage, All Offices ..................... 229.74 Joe Strong, January Mileage._ 55.56 Aamoth & Krefting, Me., Co. Garage .................... 7.38 Win. WL Paterson, County En- glneer ..................... 51.16 Martin Rosencrans, Operating Caterpillar in Gravel Pit __. 12.00 Oscar Thordarson, Work on Tractor .................... 2.00 Cities Service Oil Co., Mdse., Co. Road .................. 12.12 Anderson Lumber Co., Mdse., E--.Co. Garage ................ 96.90 R. Wlo.olridgc, Mdse., Co. Garage .................... 55,25 Dickinson & Nichols. Mdse.. Co. Garage .................... 15.22 St. Anthony & Dak. Elev. Co., Mdse., Co. Engineer ......... 30 Bechtle Motor Co., Mdse,. Co. Road ....................... 24.30 W. J. Walker, Claying Roads, Normal Twp. To apply on taxes ...................... 24.37 St. Anthony & Dak. Else. Ca, Wagon Planks, R~L Dist, No. 34"_ ..................... 14.87 St. Anthony & Dak. Elev. Co., Mdse., Rd. Dist. No. 34 .... 7.37 Erickson Brother~, Mdse,. Rd. Dist. No. 13 ................ 6.69 & Dak. Elev. Co.. Rr. Dist. No. 15 ..... 31.37 nee Anders~n, Labor, Rd. Dist. No. 26 ............... 1.50 John C. CIawson, Labor, Rd. Dist. No. 26 ............... 1.50 HjaImer Thorson, Tools for Road Work, Rd, Dist. No. 26 1,75 Transportation ................ 40.00 ~vV. R. 25-2 ~,L~::t'~. W.~. Z~,-Z .............. 9.60 iM~ln Eikesdahl, Team Hire, :~, 1~ W'. R. 25-2 ............. 6.00 H~ry Anderson, Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-2 .............. 9.60 Melvin Rein, Team Hire. N.R.- %V.R. 25-2 .................. 2.40 Harley Morn. Team Hire. N.R.- %V.R. 25-2 .................. 6.60 Lewie Moon. Team Hire. N.R.- ~V.R. 25-2 .................. 6.69 Clarence Anfinson, Team Hire. N.R.VvLR. 25-2 .............. 5.4~ Olaf Nelson, Team Hire. N.R.- ~V.R. 25-2 .................. 6.60 Ole Kon~lie. Team Hire. N.R.- "W.R. 25-2 5.40 Harry H~li. ~:J-h-~?Z-~=~-: %V.R. 25-7 .................. 12.60 Andrew Burkhardsmeier. Team Hire, N.R.%V.R. 25-7 ........ 12.60 S. E. Dokken, Team Hire. N.R.~V.R. 25-7 .............. 12.60 Gee. EDiott. Team Hire. N.R.- %V.R. 25-7 .................. 12.60 Oscar Larson. Team Hire. N.R.- ~V.R. 25-7 .................. 12.60 ~m. Flowers, Team Hire. N.R.- VV.R. 25-7 .................. 11.40 Howard Lazier. Team Hire. N.R.~V.R. 25-7 .............. 3.09 Carl Holm. Team Hire. N.R.- %V,R. 25-7 .................. 7.80 Sam Guttrud, Team Hire, N.R.- ~V.R. 25-7 .................. 3.00 William O'Keefe. Team Hire, N.RAV.R. 25-7 .............. 3.00 Thor Tagestad, Team Hire. N.R.~V.R. 25-7 .............. 3.00 John Burkhardsmeier. Team Hire, N.R.~JT.R. 25-7 ........ 3.00 Cecil Wager, Team Hire. N.R.- W.R. 25-7 .................. 3.90 Thee. Lovly, Team Hire, N.R.- ~V.R. 25-7 .................. 3.00 L. J. Matthews, Team Hire, N.RAV.R. 25-7 .............. 3.00 Albert Holm, Team Hire, N.R.- W.R. 25-7 .................. 3.00 J. B. Lazier, Team Hire, N.R.- W.R. 25-7 ............... --- 3.00 Charles Rockvoy, Team Hire. N.R,W.R. 25-7 ............... 60 Frank Taylor, Team Hire, N.R.~V. R. 25-7 .............. 7.20 Olaf Tagestad. Team Hire, N.R.~V.R. 25-7 .............. 9.00 Austin Dugan, Team Hire. N.RAV.R. 25-7 .............. 9.09 Martin Ronglien, Team Hire, N:R.W.R. 25-7 .............. 9.00 Curt Cbamberlain, Team Hire, N.RAV.R. 25-7 .............. 8.40 Ray Elliott, Team Hire, N.R.- ~V.R. 25-7 .................. 7.20 Peter %Vhalen. Team Hire, N.R.%'.R. 25-7 .............. 9.00 Nell ~ugan, Team Hire, N.R.- W.R. 25-7 .................. 9.00 Tom Dugan, Team Hire, N.R.- ~ W.I~ 25-7 .................. 9.90 Anto~ Gaffrey. Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-7 .............. 3.00 ~arl Fred, Team Hire, N.R.- V~r. B. 25-7 .................. 3.00 }'obn Bail, Team Hire, N.R,W.R. 25-7 ........................ 3.00 Iohn Duboy, Team Hire, N.R.- W.R. 25-7 .................. 2.00 Matt Stigen, Team Hire. N.R.- W.R. 25-7 .................. 3.00 Cha~, Vaughn. Team Hire. : N.R.%V.R. 25-7 .............. 1.90 S. E. Dokken. Clay, N.R.W.R. 25~ ........................ 33.80 C. R. Chamberlain. Team Hire. N.R.W'.R. 25-7 .............. 3.60 R. P. Whalen. Team Hire, N,R.W.R. 25-7 ............. 3.00 Nell Dugan. Team Hire. N,R.- ~r.R. 25-7 .................. 3.60 Tom Dugan, Team Hire. N.R. ~V.R. 25-7 .................. 3.60 Raymond Elliott, Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-7 .............. 2.20 ,Martin Ronglien, Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 2~-7~ .............. 3.60 Austin Dugan, Team Hire N.R.W.R. 2~-7 .............. 3,60 Olaf 1~ Tagestad. Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-7 3.60 Eriekson Bro~., Shove-ls.-N[~t--- W.R. 25-7 ................. 16.00 Stef~ Heinrick. Gravel, N.R.- W.R. 25-4 .................. 17.50 Archie Olson, Team Hire~ N.R.%V.R. 25-4 .............. 7.89 John Dosch, Team Hire, N.R.- ~V.R. 25-4 .................. 7.80 Joe N. "Volier, Team Hire, N.R.- ~V.R. 25-4 .................. 7.20 Plus Volier, Team ~-Iire. N.R.- W.R, 25-4 .................. 7.20 Carl M. Stevens, Team Hire, N.RAV.R. 25-4 .............. 2.40 And~'ew Miller, Team Hire, N.R.W.R, 25-4 .............. 1.20 Balzer Jager, 'x'eam Hire, N.R.- W.R. 25-4 .................. 8.40 Antes Dexheimer, Team Hire N.R.W,R. 25-4 .............. 8.40 Allen R. Brown, Team Hire, N.R.W.A. 25-4 .............. 2.40 Balzer Jager, Team Hire, N.R.- ~V.R. 35-4 ................. 21.60 Anton Dexheimer, Team Hire, N.R.\V.R. 25-4 .............. 21.60 Ste~an Heinrick, Team Hire, ? N.R.VV.R. 25-4 .............. 19.29 Alien Brown, Team Hire, N.R.- ,~ ~V~. 25-4 ................. 12.60 ~dllus Deanllson, Team Hire, N. R.~'. I=L 25-4 .............. 11.40 Andrew Miller. Team 3Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-4 ............ 18.00 Lawrence Heinriek, Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-4 .............. 13.20 Carl M. ~tevens. Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-4 ............. 21.60 Plus Voller. "_ream Hire, N.R.- ~W.R. 25-4 .................. 1.20 Archie Olson, Team Hire, N,R.- "W.R. 25-4 20.40 'John Dosch, -~e~m-h'lre:-h-h:: W.R. 25-4 .................. 21.60 Joe N. Yeller, Team Hire, N.tL- W.R. 25-4 .................. 21,'90 Everson's Garage, Welding, N.R.W.R. 25-5 ............... 50 Llppman Garage, Labor, N.R.- W.I~ 25-5 ................. 3.75 E. E. Pfau. Team Hire, N.R.- W'.R. 25-6 .................. 1.20 A. A. Grondahl, Sr. Team Hire~ N.R.W.R. 25-6 .............. 4.80 V. A. Murphy, Team Hire, N.I:LW.A. 25-6 .............. 4.20 Adam Knopfle, Team Hire. N.R.W.R. 25-6 .............. 7.80 Alvin Thompson, Team ~bIire, N.R.'vV. R. 25-6 .............. 7.80 Christ Gartner, Team Hire, N;/LW.R. 25-6 .............. 4.80 John Knopfle. Team Hire, N. R.~V. B. 25-6 .............. 4.80 L. F. Johnson. Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-6 3.60 John Fitchner, Sr., Team Hire, N.R.",V:R. 25-6 ............. 6.60 Philip Widmayer, Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-6 .............. 9.90 Leonard Thompson, Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-6 .............. 9.00 Guy Livingston, Team Hire, N.R.W.~ 25-6 .............. 9.00 O. H. Olson, Team Hire, N.R.- ~V.R. ~25-6 .................. 9.00 ~V, H. Smith, Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-6 ............. 9.00 Joi~n Amen, Sr., Team Hire, N.R.W.B- 25-6 .............. 6.09 Chr|st W/tmayer, Team Hire, N.R.W.tL 25-6 .............. 3.90 C. A. ~renson, Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-6 .............. 3.00 Herman Fredrickson. Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-6 ........ 3.00 J, ~ J. Amon Jr., Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-6 .............. 3.00 Elme~Wahl, Team Hire. N.R.- : W.R, 25-6 ................. 3.00 Paul E. Hall, Team Hire, N.R.- W.R. 25-6 .................. 3.00 Dickinson & Nichols, Supplies, N,R,W.R. 25-6 .............. 34.')0 Simon ChristeaSon, Team Hire, N.R;W.R. 25-8 .............. 15.30 Marvin Edwards, Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-8 ............. 16.80 Dick Cleavenger, Team Hire, Bros., Mdse., Court Utson, Comm. Services Services Services Brandon. Comm. Services Comm. Services ~ravel, Bros., Mdse., Court N.R.W.R, 25-8 .............. 10.g0 ..................... 37.40 Chas. Cross, Team Hire, N.R.- W'.R. ~5-3 .......... 7 ....... 16.g0 282.64 Ira Funk, Team Hire, N.R.~V.R. 25-8 ...................... ~6.$0 68.40 Chancey ~Best, Team Hire, N.R.W.R. 25-8 .............. 16.S0 81.65 N. E. Leckron. Team Hire, N.R,W.R. 25-8 .............. 16.80 69.40 Iza Leckron, Team Hire. N.R.W.R. 25-6 ............. 15.00 Sucker, Jr., Team Hire, N,R.W.R. 25-8 .............. 16.80 -, ~lbert F. Baker & First Na- tional ~enk, Bottineau, Right of Way 399V Parcel No. L- 207.00 A. E.-Anderson, Mdse,, Mamie 10.00 Diversion Assn., Joe - Strong, Investigation in Johnson Bros. Case ........ 75.00 There being no further business to come before the Board at this time the meeting wan on motion duly made. seconded and carried adjourned to March 6th, 1934. Signed. JOHN ZURCHER, Chairman. Attest: E. %V. OLSON. Auditor. IN DISTRICT COURT, SECOND JUDICIAL DI~TRICT STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA~) County of McHenry, ) ss. Edward Gilbertson as Ad) ministrator of the Estate of) Alfred Ernest Kayler, (also) known as Alfred E. Kay-) ler), deceased, Plaintiff.) vs. ) S L'MMONS Theron Hill, Allen Brown,) aud all other persons un-) known claiming any estate) or interest in or lien upon) the property described in) the complaint, Defendants.) THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA SENDS GREETINGS TO SAID D~}FENDANTS : YOU and each of you are hereby summoned and_required to answer the complaint of ~he plaintiff herein which eowlplaint is on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of McHenry County, North Dakota and to serve a copy of your answer to the said com- plaint upon the subscriber at his office in the City of Towner, McHenry Coun- ty, North Dakota within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you exclusive of the day of such service and in case of your failure to appear or answer as above required plaintiff will take Judgment against you by de- fault for the relieY demanded in the said complaint. Dated January 15th. 1934. ALBERT WEBER, Attorney for Plaintiff, Residence and P. O. Address Towner, North Dakota. NOTICE OF NO PERSONAL CLAIM The said defendants will take notice that the object of the above entitled action is to quiet title-in plalntiff against all claims on the part ~f de- fendants In and to the following des- cribed lands arid premises situated in McHenry County, North Dakota, to-wit: Southea'st Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (also described at Lot Three) and the Southeast Quarter, all in Section Six. in Township One Hundred Fifty-five North, Range Seventy-six West and that no personal claim is made herein against any of said defendants. Dated January 15th, 1934. 44-9 ALBERT WE BEI~ Attorney for Plaintiff. IN DISTRICT COURT, SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,) ) SS. County of McHenry ) Ira Funk, also known as Ira L. Funk, . Plaintiff, VS. Hans P. Jansen, V. A. Corbett, trustee; Elton D. Graham, Per- cival H. Graham, Floyd J. Graham, Edgar O. Graham, Gracie L, Graham Moss, Ber- nice E. Graham. Mildred E. Graham; The Stubbins Land and Loan Company, a corpora- tion, and all persons unknown, claiming any estate or interest in. or lien or incumbrance upon the property described in the complaint. Defendants. SUMMONS. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of the Plaintiff in the above~ entitled action, which complain~ is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of McHenry County, North Dakota, and to ~erve a copy of your answer upon the sub- scriber at his office in the City of Towner, McHenry County, North Da- kota, within thirty (30) days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service; and in case of your failure to so ap- pear or affswer judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated at Towner. North Dakota this 3rd day of February, 1934. NELS G. JOHNSON, Attorney for Plaintiff, Office and Postoffice Address, Towner, N. Dak. NOTICE TO EACH OF THE ABOVE DEFENDANTS: You will take notice, that the fore- going entitled action is brought for the purpose of quieting title in the above named Plaintiff in'and to: The Southeast quarter (SE~), Section Nine (9), The Southeast quarter (SE~A), The East half of the Southwest quarter (E~SW~4), and the Southwest quarter of the Southwest quarter' (SW~4SW~), Section Ten (10); Tbe Northwest quar- tar (NW~4), and the Northwest quarter of the Southwest quarter (NW~ASWXA), Section Fifteen (15), Township One Hundred Fifty Six 4156), North. Range Seventy Seven (77), West of the 5th P. M., McHenry County, North Dakota, and that no personal claim is made against the defendants herein, or any of them. Dated this 3rd day of February, 1934. NEL4S G. JOHNSON, Attorney for Plaintiff, Office and Postoffice Address, 47-52 Towner, N. Dak. NOTICE TO CR~dDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Christian H. FedJe, deceased. Notice is hereby gYven by the under- signed administrator of the estate of Christian I~. Fedje, late of the village of Berwiek in the county of McHenry and State of North Dakota, deceased. to the creditors of, and all persons hav- ing clahns a~ainst said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, to said administrator at his office in the Ber- wick-State Bank in the village of Bar- wick, in said McHenry County, or to the J~tdge of the County Court of Me- Henry Count),, at his office in the Court House in the city of Towner. MeHenry County, North Dakota. You are hereby further notified that Hen. Emil Torno. Judge of the County Court.~within and for the county of McHenry and State of North Dakot;t. has fixed the 21st day of August A. D. 1934, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day. ~tt the- Court Rooms, in the Court House in the city of Towner in ~aid County ~hd State, aS the time and place for hedV~|ng and adjusting all claims against the estate of the said Christian H. Fedje, deceased, which have been duly aud regularly presented as hereinbefore provided. Dated February 5th. A. D. 1934. 47-9 G.H. GORDER, A dministrator. First publication on the 9th day of February A. D. 1934. NOTICE OF I, EA.eING OF STATE AND SCHOOL LAND~ All unleased State and School lands in McHenry County, North Dakota. wilI be offered for rent at public leasing to be held in l~he Court House ~t Tow- ner, in said county, on the 21st day of Mar~h, 1934, commencing at 10 o'clock A. M. All unleased lands will be" leased to the highest bidder, for a term of one to five years. The first year's rent, FnlUS the legal leasing fe~ must be paid advance. A list of such lands to b6 offered will be on file wi, th the Treasurer of said county for publi,c inspection not than two weeks before the leasing, also instructions in the terms, etc, under wh lands will be leased. T"ae board of ~niversity and School L~mds reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota, t~ls $0th FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IN DISTRICT COURT, .~.~ SECOND JUDICIAL Dl~ffl~t~" STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,) County of McHenry. ) Joseph M. Bachmeier, Plaintiff, VS. Emma Nelson. The Alfalfa Val- ley Land Company, a corpora" tion. J. M. Thornton. Trustee; and all persons unknown, claiming any estate or interest ' in, or lien or incuml~rance upOn ". the property described in the complaint. S U M ~1 0 THE STATE OF TO THE ABOVE ANTS : You are hereby ~umm~ the complaint of the above entitled action, is now on file in the office o of the District Court of County, North Dakota. and copy of your answer upon ~criber at his office in Towner. McHenry ta. within thirty (30) daY~ service of this summons clusive of the day of such in case of your failure to or pnswer, judgment will against you by default for demanded in the pla Dat4~l at Towner, 7th day of NELS G. Attorney for Office and Address, Towner N. NOTICE. TO EACH OF THE DEFENDANTS: You will take notice, th going entitled action is the purpose of quieting above named Plaintiff in The South half of the quarter (SNE~A), and of the Southeast qua SE~), and East Half west quarter (E~ Northwest quarter west quarter (NW~ Twelve (12): The the Northwest quarter ( The Northwest qua Northeast quarter Section Thirteen (13) ship One Hundred North. Range SeventY" West of the 5th P. M., County, North Dakota, personal claim is made defendants herein Dated this 7th day of NELS G. Attorney for Office and Address, 48-53 Towner. N., From 75 to 90 per tal fertilizing matter sumed by animals is manure. Manure ruinous crops such as sweet clover are richer and are of greater than the materials from ous feeds. "":' PR DIRECTORY HANS CARPENTEI~ and CABINET Skate Sharpenin$ Saw Sharpening DR Insurance 'Equitat~ Life, Ne~ Under. The. W.G. Drake, N. @ Dentist Phone or .~ Appointments TOWNER, NORTH We Are Prepared To PROMPT and --Optical A.E. Optometrist DR. 0. S. a~e Physielan and Sle ~ Towner, N. In Fo,r