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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1915)
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RMH CLOUD, NKHKAS1CA, -lAXUAIIV 'Jl, ISMTi.
It d C mill, Jan. in, 1)5
CoinmiHiiiiiKirt hII present ami the
following liUttinoiH who truii acted:
All biiiH un Class C blaiioniMy were
rt'j ccd un J tiie county cleik win lll
SI UCtud to purctltiSJ these Supplied lit
puces no lusher than the hid nutimUled
by tno II. Ii Griie Drug C.
The i o.ird dicided It had no right to
refund lax of John Knnzick on note
riucurudiby mirtHgt lieeuuso name wns
paid mora thiin thirty days before and
not under protcat.
The n quest of Harry Konta for re
ft nd of lax wan referred 10 county at
torner. Fell. 2 id at 1:30 p m. win net for
hearing road petition of Frederick
The petition f rrnad commencing at
the nw corner of ne4 10 2-1), was reject
ed, no one appearing in the matter, and
balance of deposit remaining afcer pay
ment of coatB was ordered returned to
Furty three window shades for court
house wf re ordered of Kd Amuck at a
cost of $63.
The district clerk was authorized to
purchase a copy of Mr.x well's Pleading
Tne following official bonds were ap
Ed Herab, road overseer district 13.
Adam Alher "
Jos. Kolimetacher, constable,
The county treasurer was authorized
to return $46.03 to H. A. RoatH account
c-rrontoun asHesiimenb upon filing of
The treasurer was directed 't strike
from record personal tax of J. W. Pegg
$20 assessed valuation.
Board adjourned to check tho various
ffices, chairman having appinted the
committee a follows:
Cnuntv Treasurer,-Chaplin, Shidler
and Hoffman. County Clerk, judge,
sheriff, clerk of the district court, coun
ty superintendent, Storey and McCall,
January 15, 1915
Board met in adjourned session, all
On motion the settlement with the
county clerk, sheriff, superintendent
and judge, approved.
On motion the clerk wag instructed
to spread the reports of the several of.
fjces at large, on the records, which are
as followi :
January 6, 1915
To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners: - i
n Gentlemen: I herewith submit my
report as to tho balance of fees on
hand July let, 1914. and feea collected
for the ttrd aud ib quarters, of said
jsar ana aisourssments or same, wbleh
la m follows.
Balanee on band July 1, 1914 ...$331 30
Feea for month or July, 1914. . . . 70 26
Feea for month of August, 1914 63 50
Feea for month of Sept. 1914.. 92 35
Fees for month of Oct,, 1914. . . . 96 10
Feea for month of Nov., 1914. . 82 75
Fees for month of Dec, 1914.. 100 30
Fees from Jan. 1, 1915 to Jan. 6,
1915, both inclusive . .$13 90 $850 55
Disbursements as follows:
Paid J. J. Garber salary for 3rd
and 4ih quarters $500 00
Office expense last half of
1914 $658 75 $158 75
Balance on hand Jan. 6, 1915.... $191 80
Paid County Treasurer as per
his receipt No. 823 attached to
said report, bal fees due Co.. $191 80
Witness my Tiand and official seal this
6th day of January. 1916.
Seal E. W. Ross, Co. Clerk.
By J.J. Garber, Deputy
Audited and approved Jan. 14, 1915.
Storey and McCall.
To the Honorable Board of County
Gentlemen: I Bubmit the following
report of fees collected in the office of
County Judge from Jan. 1, 1911 to Jan.
Fees for January, i'jh $iu 4U
" 97 15
" 157 25
" 149 60
" 19 45
" ...... 124 20
" 65 40
" . 124 95
' 106 75
" 170 70
Fees from Jan. 1st to Jan. 7th,
1915 13 50
Excess feea for year here with.. 1656 35
County TreaB. receipt for .same. 6 35
A. D. Uanney, Co. Jurisre.
Audited and approved Jan, 11,1915.
Storey and McCnll.
Hod cToml, Jan. 9, lfllfj.
Report of O. D. Hedge Sheriff niul V.
A. IIoilpo Voputy Slioriir of Webbtor
(Continued on piitfo four)
Flfty - lwo Weeks K.ich Year For Sl.fiO.
Tlio llrst term of district court to lie
held in the new Webiter county coin I
ImtiM! lie'iiu last TliuiMlny luoriiiiiK
uitli ,IiiiIk'o Duiipiiu on tin' hunch. The
jury eiiino Monday morning u:nl the
I'liinitiitl casus tuUu precedence. The
llrst is now being tried, that of State
vs Nathan Cury, charged with urssu in
connection with the burning' of the
lltirliuglon hotel. The following is
ii list of llic liliitlL'ls disposed ot to
date: Lola Hilton v Josle Nyberg, con
tinued for term.
Rolling v Wuiillu, uMas oritur of Mile
directed to issue.
Auiboy Mill .t KlevulorCo. v 11. C.
Rosa .luiies v Geo. K. Francis, dis
missed Martin v Proctor, pending continua
tion. Martin vShai ahull et til, sulo con
llrmed, dctluicncy judgment for
Wlsecurver v Koonlz, continued for
Ogleviov Ulebe, continued.
Vance v Ulc4je, coiitl.iued.
Ycttcr v Kent, pending slay.
Habtiugs v Ulmslead, pending stay.
K. lloyd Smith v Vera V. Mlzer.
etui, pending stay.
S. F. Baker & Co. v O. M. Hedge et
nl, defendant given I to days to answer.
In the matter of the Estate of
Cordelia M. alawsoii, settled and dis
missed. Herbert E Hurdwiok v Jos. Top.
limn Jr., dismissed at plaintiff's costs.
Guide Rocl State Until; v Christs
ifauson, iittrtchtneiit dissolved.
Mlnuio Kniniiig v August Brosch,
court liuds generally for pluintilf and
that she, is entitled, to a (i.Ja .interest
in tlieseora.J-4-IO. v,v
Grace Perry v Jos. O.iPerry, docree
of divorce for plaintiff uiid 5ul)
Nannie II. Hale vs Clias. B. Hale,
decree of divorce for plaintiff
Chas, M. Campbell v Floyd Christian
et al. Court iluds that there is due
plaintiff from defendants 12516. 1st
lieu stay of 12 months.
Mabel Crow v Earl Crow, continued
G. A. Scbultz v John L. Christian,
court finds due plaintiff from John L.
and Martha Christian 11170 and due
Augusta Scbultz from same parties
$32x7. Judgment draws 10 per cent.
Stay of execution for 12 months
Luclena R. White rl, E. White, de
cree of divorce for plaintiff and cus
tody of minor child.
Thomas Albert Jones v Rosa Francl
Jones, deed of Jones to Bortfelds can
celled. All other relief denied plain
I am again ready to make farm loans
in any amount, large or small, and at
the best terms going. Sole ageut for
Trevett, Mattls fc Barer.
CJlMce over Paul Storey s.
J. H. Haii.ky.
Farmers Take Notice
Bring In your hogs on Tuesday and
Saturday as Sunday and Wednesday
are our only shipping days. Don't
bring them on othor days.
Weksneu & Koontz.
Ed (inrber was in Norton. Kan..
A few Buff Wyandotte cockerels for
sale at 81 each. Inquire of Mrs. G. W.
Thero will be preaching at the Bap
tist church next Sunday both morning
diet Cox and Harry Waller of
Cowles moved O. J. Kalley's family
ar.d household unnils tn Red lllmifl IVf.
day. Mr. Kailey is the janitor of the
Mrs. Jesso Wagoner, wife of Jesse
Wagoner, died at their home southeast
of town Saturday evening aftor a few
weeks sickness. She was about 30
years old aud leaves a husband and
threo children, one being a two weeks
old babe, to mourn her demise. The
funeral services were held Monday
afternoon and Interment took place in
the Wngoner cemetery. The Chief
along with the entire community ex
tends sympathy to the bereaved hus
band and relatives.
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