The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, February 20, 1941, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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    Official Proceedings of the
Holt County Board
(Continued From Lest Week.)
Big]in Bros. . 20.40
Burroughs Add. Mach Co. .. 49.00
Burroughs Add. Mach. Co. 1.50
Norris W. Coats . 8.95
James Davidson & Sons .. 51.25
Jarvis & Son ..- 4-80
G. E. Morgan .. — 1-40
H. D. Manson .—.— 56.10
Ira H. Moes ...... 9.76
Ira H. Moss . 10.76
Ira H. Moss . 8.75
Ira H. Moss . 8-75
Ira H. Moss - 20.75
C. M. Me La tic . 1.50
P. i. O’Donnell. 15 00
Singer Sewing Mach. Co. 8.50
L. W. Ullrich - 2.00
B. T. Winchell . 2.41
The following claims were aud
ited and approved and on motion
were allowed and warrents ordered
drawn on Road Dragging fund in
payment of same:
John J. BaUer .— I 7.60
H. F. Dickau . 16.00
M. G. Helmricks .-. 15.00
E. E. Ililligas . 10.80
Jeff’s Station .-. 12.92
Jeff’a Station . 6.73
Leon Thompson .-. 14.40
Fred Johring . 4.60
Ford Krutz, Jr. 11.25
Ross Ridgeway .- 5.85
Wayne Stevens .— 4.60
Bert Shoemaker . 24.70
John Stauffer, Jr..— 9.30
Louis Vitt .-. 11-26
Robert Witherwax . 3.00
5:00 P. M.. on motion, Board ad
journed until November 27, 1940,
9:00 A. M.
J. C. STEIN, Chairman
John C. Gallagher, Clerk.
O’Neill, Nebraska
November 27, 1940
9.00 A. M.
Holt County Board of Supervis
ors met as per adjournment. All
members present. Meeting call
ed to order by Chairman.
Minutes of previous meeting were
read and on motion were approved
as read.
On motion, the following claims
were allowed on the Administra
tive Expense fund:
The Flax Company . $ 5.00
Margaret Howard . 59.50
Marlin Jones ..
Laura Mitchell .
William Miller ..
Thud E. Saunders . 1
Board spent some time in a dis
cussion of road work in the,
county.
12:00 Noon, on motion, Board ail-'
joumed until 1:00 I*. M.
J. C. STEIN, Chairman
John C. Gallagher, Clerk.
Holt County Board of Supervls-1
ors met as per adjournment. All!
members present. Meeting called |
to order by Chairmun.
The following claims were aud
ited and approved and on motion
were allowed and warants order
ed drawn on the Emergency Un
employment Relief fund in pay
ment of same:
Arbuthnot Oil Co. $ Id,21
Prs. Brown & French . 79.00
Drs. Biown & French . 129.95
Drs. Brown & French . 18.75
Dr. L. A. Burgess . 5.00
Brooks & Corcoran . 1.10
V. S. Brittell 15.00
Bulin Bros . 57.05
Dr. E. P. Bradley fi.OO
Coufal Matket . 33.00
Coufal Market 14.00
Council Oak—Atkinson ... 34.00
Council Oak—Atkinson 21.00
Curley’s U &. I Store . 8.00
W. I. Gray . 42.00
Hoskinson Merc. Co. 41.75
Hupp Grocery . 2.01
J. M. Hayes . 10.00
Dr. Robert C. Hawkins . 6,00
Dr. G. B. Ira .-. 26.00
R. P. Jones ... 10.00 |
E„ J. KUraurry.. 3.00 !
IXr. R. E. Kris . 20.00
Dr. F. J. Kubitschek . 30.00
Mrs. Harry Kopp . 22.00
Mrs. Harry Kopp. 92.00
R. E. Chittiek . » 80
Chace & Chace . 35.00
Council Oak—O’Neill ....103.50
Council Oak—O’Neill .—.116.05
Clover Farm Store ... S5.00
Clover Farm Store ...- 49.00
Dr. W. J. Douglas..142.55
Christina Dierks -—. 6.00
Christina Dierks . 12.00
Dickau Estate ...— 7.00
Dickau Estate . 7.00
Ellis Grain Co-- 4.00
Fair Store - 22.50
Drs. Gadbois & Stewart- 6.00
Mort GUI _23.00
J. P. Gallagher.. 68.00
J. P. Gallagher . 114.60
O'Neill Drug Co. - 1.83
Pelcer & Spence.. 36.59
Pelcer & Spence .. 13.00
J. C. Penney Co... 32.76
J. C. Penney Co. 13.94
Frotovinsky Grocery . 84.00
St. Joseph Horae . 21.00
Stanley Soukup .~. 25.00
Sacred Heart Hosp.— 23.00
W. K. Smith - 8.60
Schultz Drug Co-- 5.36
Schultz Drug Co.—«... 79.00,
K-B Market . 48.00
K-B Market .. 59.00
Lutheran Good Sam. Hosp. 75.00
Lutheran Good Sam. Hosp.127.64
| Clifford Lierman . 22.50
Howard Manson .. 15.00
Mrs. Henry Mullen . 3.00
Elvin Martin . 25.00
Elbert Major . 10.00
Midway Store . 13.00
Midway Store . 5.00
N. P, McKee, M. D.. 10.00
N. P. McKee, M. D. 17.50
N. W. Bell Tel. Co. 7.89
N. W. Bell Tel. Co.. 5.80
O’Neill General Hosp. 83.00
O’Neill General Hosp. 18.00
O’Neill General Hosp. .. 61.00
O'Neill Drug Co. 3.00
Thad E. Saunders . 2.00
Story’s Clover Farm . 4.00
Frank Schnase . - 9-28
Minnie Tassler . 64.00
Minnie Tassler . 48.00
Vaughn Grocery . 6.00
Western Hotel . 13.50
J. H. Wunner .— 52.00
Wilson Drug Co. 4.70
John Wrede . 19.27
John Wrede . 28.00
Western Union . 1.32
The following claims were aud
ited and approved and on motion
were allowed and warrants ordered
drawn on General Fund in payment
of same:
John A. Carson . $ 61.00
J. H. Gibson . 49.50
Ed. J. Matousek . 63.95
Walter K. Smith . 58.00
J. C. Stein . 46.00
W .E. Wulf . 47.00
Motion by Matousek, seconded by
Gibson that Chairman be author
ized to sign the application setting
up the National Youth Adminis
tration Project. Carried.
The following claims were audit
ed and approved and on motion were
allowed and warrants ordered
drawn on Road fund in payment ot
same:
Francis Brandt .... $ 4.00
Ed Brandt 6.60.
Ed Brandt . 5.00
Ed J. Matousek . 35.00
Richard Minton .. 88.00
Wilbur McCartney . 29.801
Frank Osborne . 56.801
Floyd Osborne . 58.00 j
Floyd Osborne . 24.00!
Frank Osborne .. 24.00
Chas. Porter . 1.75
Theo Scheuth .:.. 18.00
O. B. Stuart . 52.80
W. A .Smith . 69.40
Walter K. Smith . 40.00
J. C. Stein . 16.00
Hurry Sullivan . 88.00
Wm. Thramer . 74.00
P. C. West . 10.00 j
Merle Armstrong 10.00
P. C. Armstrong 226.00’
Thos. J. Brennan . 15.15 ^
John Bonenberger . 4.50 (
Fred Colfack . 8.10
Norris W. Coats . 7.43
Henry Dierks . 33.81
Henry Dierks . 6.27
Eben GratTt . 21.11
Wilton lla.vne . ... 13.85
Inland Construction Oo. ........ 30.00
Francis Johnson.. 15.50
Leo Kramer .. 1.25
Albert Kallhoff . 14.60
Joe Krobot . 3.76
Wm. Krotter Oo. .. 69.45
Lohaus Motor Co. . .65
Montgomery Ward Co. .. 60.29
Miller-Hasselbalch . 13.63 j
Millci Hassdbalch 58,74
C. R. “Kelly” Myers . 42.211
Wayne Marcelhis ... 34.64
John Sullivan . 20.00
Nebraska Culvert Co. .103.23
H. E. Newmans . 7.29
John Sullivan 40.00
George Post .... 6.40
Mahlon Shearer . .. 25.00
Frank Skrdia .. 13.38
Chas. Strong . 4.00
Leo Vandersnick .18.85
5:00 P. M. on motion, Board ad
journey until December 9, 1940,
9:00 A. M.
J. C. STKIN, Chairman
John C. Gallagher, Clerk.
O’Neill, Nebraska
December 9, 1940
9:00 A. M.
Holt County Board of Supervis
ors met as per adjournment. All
members present. Meeting called
to order by Chairman.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OFj
HOLT COUNTY. NEBRASKA
IN THE MATTER OF;
The case of:
EBEN GRAFFT, Contestant, vs.
W. E. WULF, Incumbent. ELEC
TION CONTEST.
And the case of:
LUKE RAKOW, Contestant vs.
W. E. WULF, Incumbent. ELEC
TION CONTEST.
TO THE HONORABLE COUNTY j
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF
HOLT COUNTY, NEBRASKA:
Whereas the two above-mentron
ed civil cases have been filed in the
County Court of Holt County, Ne
braska, and aj’e now pending for de
termination therein, and whereas
I, Louis W. Reimer, Judge of such
Court, am disqualified, according
to the laws of the State of Nebras
ka, to entertain jurisdiction in
said matters because of the fact
of my relation and kinship to W. E.
Wulf, one of the parties thereto.
I therefore petition your honorable
b dy to appoint a competent and
jisinterested person to act as
Judge of the County Court of said
County in the said two above-men
tioned cases.
In this respect, I suggest the
name of Ira H. Moss, and recom
mend his appointment upon a show
ing of proper qualifications.
Dated this 9th day of December,
A. D., 1940.
LOUIS W. REIMER,
County Judge.
RESOLUTION
IN THE MATTER OF THE
APPOINTMENT OF IRA H.
MOSS, AS TEMPORARY JUDGE
OF THE COUNTY COURT OF
HOLT COUNTY, NEBRASKA, TO
Roy Brown .- 12.00
Continental Oil Co. 26.65
Crabb Oil Co. 65.13
Norris W. Coats . 1.07
H. A. Cadwallader . 47.40
Edwin Engler . 16.20
Fred Ernst . 4.50
Harry Ford . 8.00
Eben Grafft . 23.16
Gamble Store . 23.78
Albert Giedd . 10.00
Leonard Heias . 45.00
Frank Howard .-. 18.16
S. W. Ilytrek . 18.25
Island Supply Co. 200.00
Island Supply Co. 12.21
Wm. Krotter Co. 11.61
Wm. Krotter Co. 4.44
Gerald Lounsburg . 4.50
C. R. Myers . 32.40
Wayne Marcellus . 24.69
Miller Hasselbalch .300.80
Jess Mellor . 30.60
V. A. Moler . 4.50
Lawrence Murray . 4.50
Donald Meier . 2.00
S. E. Newman . 0.29
Clem Olberding . 17.10
Roy Parshall . 34.80
A1 Robertson .. 15.30
Carl Wulf . 8.00
George Wedige . 5.40
12:00 Noon, on motion, Board
adjourned until 1:00 P. M.
J. C. STEIN, Chairman
John C. Gallagher, Clerk.
O’Neill, Nebraska,
December 19, 1940,
1:00 P. M.
Holt County Board of Supervis
ors met as per adjournment. All
members present. Meeting called
to order by Chairman.
The following claims were aud
ited and approved and on motion
were allowed and warrants ordered
drawn on General fund in payment
of same:
Churchill Mfg. Co.$ 37.02
J. W. Bennie .76
W. G. Fletcher . 75
H. W. Hubbard . 2.25
P. J. Keating ........ 9.50
Ethel Mulhair .60
Milburn & Scott . 30.18
Milburn & Scot* . 32.90
Milburn & Scott . 34.69
Milburn 6 Scott 12.85
Milburn & Scott . 5.21
Milburn & Scott . 50.49
Elizabeth O’Malley . 20.50
J. W. Rhodes . 5.25
Wm. 1*. Weber .25
Burroughs Add. Mach. Go..... 49.00
Augustine Co. 6.66
Augustine Co. 33.25
Industrial Chem. Co. . 29.43
Franklin Ribbon C-o. 3.35
Mayes Electric Co. 2.50
Frank Howard . 3.75
Hammond & Stephens Co. 21.20
Hammond & Stephens Co. 392.00
Hammond «£ Stephens Co. 16.57
E. J. Kilmurry — .. 5.00
K-B Printing Co. 9.25
K-B Printing Co. 10.26
K-B Printing Co. 3.90
K-B Printing Co. . 10.25
K-B Printing Co. 6.23
K-R Printing Co.. 4.00
Milburn & Scott Co. 148.98
Norfolk Daily News . 1.15
Norfolk Daily News .— 3.15
Paige Pencil Co. 15.00
Standard Office Equip. Co. 9.00
Stephenson School Sup. Oo. 148.49
Stephenson School Sup. Co. 139.88
Stephenson School Sup. Oo. 3.63
Stephenson School Sup. Co. 91.02
.T. W. Bennie . 3.25
W. H. Briggs . 2.75
W. 0. Fletcher .50
H. W. Hubbard__ 4.00
P. J. Keating . 7.60
Elizabeth O'Malley . 16.26
J. W. Rhodes . 7.25
University Publishing Co. 11.98
University Publishing Co. .. 10.76
University Publishing Co.... 10.76
University Publishing Co.... 19.84
University Publishing Go.. 10.29
Zion Office Supply Go. 3.20
5:00 P. M. on motion, Board ad
journed until December 30, 1940,
10:00 A. M. unless called at an
earlier date by the Clerk.
J. C. STEIN, Chairman
John C. Gallagher, Clerk.
O'Neill, Nebraska
December 30, 1940
10:00 A. M.
Holt County Board of Supervis
ors met as per adjournment. All
members present. Meeting called
to order by Chairman. Minutes of
previous meeting were read and
on motion were approved as read.
Board spent entire day in mak
ing up annual inventories of Road
and Bridge equipment and person
al property owned and operated by
the County as is now required by
law.
5:00 P. M. on motion, Board ad
journed until December 31, 1940,
9:00 A. M.
J. C. STEIN, Chairman
John C. Gallagher, Clerk.
O’Neill, Nebraska.
December 31, 1940
9:00 A. M.
Holt County Board of Supervis
ors met as per adjournment. All
members present except Sullivan.
Meeting called to order by Chair
man. Minutes of previous meeting
were read and on motion were ap
proved as read.
On motion, the following claims
were audited and approved on the
Administrative Expense fund:
Thad E. Saunders .$ 49.36
Nims—Norfolk . 3.81
The following claims were aud
ited and approved and on motion
were allowed and warrants order
ed drawn on Emergency Unem
ployment Relief fund in payment
of same:
Drs. Brown & French .$25.50
Mrs. Ethel Brown .- 56.50
Campbell Lumber Co. 2.50
R. B. Chittick . 13.70
Chace & Chace . 80.00
Dr. Francis J. Clark . 12.00
Council Oak .105.80
Dick’s Body Shop .. 19.38
Dickau Estate . 7.00
J. P. Gallagher. 39.00
Dr. Gadbois & Stewart . 3.00
Mrs. Henry Mullen . 6.00
Midway Store . 16.00
Dr. Neal J. McKee . 29.25
Northwestern Bell Tel. Co. 8.00
Seth Noble . 11.00
O’Neill Transfer . 10.00
Pelcer & Spence . 16.00
Louis Putnam ......_ 4.00
Walter G. Sire . 24.00
Mrs. Marsa M. Salmons. 8.00
W. K. Smith . 8.10
Stanley Soukup . 20.00
J. H. Wunner . 33.00
Earl Watson . 14.00
John Wrede . 12.00
The following claims were aud
ited and approved and on motion
were allowed and warrants order
ed drawn on Employment Relief
fund in payment of same:
Brown-McDonald Co. $ 16.80
Drs. Brown & French. 18.25
Balin Bros. 6.00
Curley’s U & I Store . 13.00
Council Oak—Atk. 38.00
Coufal Market . 10.00
Wesley Cobb . 5.00
Council Oak—O’Neill .166.55
Dr. W. J. Douglas ..304.00
Farmers Union Store . 5.91
Gatz Brothers . 82.10
J. P. Gallagher.— 20.00
Dr. J. W. Gill . 32.50
Hoskinson Grocery . 44.00
Hickman Cafe .~. 7.00
; Johnson-Lawson Mortuary 50.00
K-B Market . 54.00
Mrs. Harry Kopp .- 50.00
Linsey Store . 5.00
L. A. Miller . 8.00
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For Quick Convenient Loans
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1st Nat’l Bank Bldg. O’Neill
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Loans made in nearby towns.
Martin Grocery _ 10.00
S. J. Marraen.. 50.00
Mrs. Mary McLeod _ 36.00
Seth Noble . 1.00
Seth Noble . 4.00
Lee E. Osborn . 16.00
O’Neill Drug Co._ 1.75
O’Neil! Drug Go. ... 4.20
J. P. Protovinaky ... 4.00
J. C. Penney Co. _ 28.94
Thad E. Saunders . 5.90
Minnie L. Tasaler . 30.30
Uhl Transfer & Storage_ 11.50
Vaughn Store . 27.00
J. H. Wunner . 12.00
J. H. Wunner . 3.95
W. E. Wulf . 2.50
12:00 Noon, on motion Board ad
journed until 1:00 P. M.
J. C. STEIN, Chairman
John C. Gallagher, Clerk.
ACT IN THE CASES OF EBEN
GRAFFT, Contestant, vs. W. E»
WULF, Incumbent; and LUKw
RAKOW, Contestant vs. W. E.
WULF, Incumbent:
Whereas it appears bo this Board
of Supervisors of Holt County, Ne
braska, from the petition of Louis
W. Reimer, County Judge of said
County, that he, as such is dis
qualified from acting in that cap
acity in the matter of the two civ
il cases above mentioned and set
out, now pending in the County
Court of Holt County, Nebraska,
and that it is therefore necessary
for this Board to appoint a tem
porary acting County Judge to act
in regard to said matters.
Now therefore, I do hereby nom
inate Ira H. Moss for the appoint
ment as Temporary Acting Judge
in said matters above-mentioned,
(Continued on Page Seven)
IT is triumph in excelsis when
a man sternly denies himself
present luxuries, so his family
may not suffer for future ne
cessities.
The
O’NEILL NATIONAL
BANK
Capital, Surplus aad
Undivided Profit*,
fl <0.000.00
Thin Saak Carries If*
Indebtedness of Officers
or Stockholders.
Member Feierei Deposit Insursaoe Corporation
THE CONSUMERS PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT
i
Will Continue to Pay All Local,
County and School Taxes
In accordance with the laws of the state of
Nebraska, The Consumers Public Power Dis
trict will pay all local, county, and school taxes
assessed against its properties.
This is an important source of tax income in each
of the communities served by Consumers Public
Power District. This procedure assures the tax
payers in each community of the continuance of
this tax income for their local treasuries.
In addition to the fact that The Consumers Public
Powet District is an important source of tax
revenue, it should be remembered that The
Consumers District is not organized for profit and
all profits will be returned to the users of elec
tricity in the form of reduced rates. : fr
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