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P11K NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS.JOKURNAL : Fill DAY MAY. 24. 1907.
GRAVES OF THE DEAD WILL DE
SERVICES AT THE AUDITORIUM
Old Soldiers nod Citizens Will Pro
ceed to Prospect Mill Cemetery In
the Morning Rev. W. J. Turner
Speaker of the Afternoon.
Details for the minimi observance of
Memorial tiny In Norfolk ilro being
planned. The exorcises of Mm tiny
will bo iiloiiK Iho cimloiniiry llniw tlmt
bavo boon followed In the IIUHL by
MathcwHon post. No. 100. Memorial
tiny. 1007 , falls on Thursday , May HO.
Memorial Snmlny Is to bo the previous
Sunday , Mny 2(5. (
MnthowRon post. Woniaii'B Hollof
corps , nil old soldiers , Spanish-Amor-
lean war veterans mid naval veterans
will ho requested to moot at the 0. A.
11. hall on the mornliiR of May . ' 10.
Headed by the Norfolk hand , n proces
sion will nmiTli to 1'rospocL Mill cemetery -
otory , where the services of the mornIng -
Ing will bo carried out and the graven
of the dead docorated.
The regular memorial services of
Iho afternoon of Memorial day will bo
bold this year at the Auditorium. The
memorial day address will bo deliv
ered by Hov. W. .1. Turner of ( ho
First Congregational church. The
stores of the city will bo nuked to
close during the progress Of the nf-
On Sunday , May 20 , the Memorial
Sunday sermon will be glvon by llev.
.1. L. Vnllow of the Methodist church.
The memorial services will bo hold In
the morning at Iho Methodist church.
One part of the Memorial program
to bo omitted this year will bo the
visit which In years past It has been
the custom of Norfolk veterans to
make to the city schools where Memo
rial day programs wore being held.
Fred Enflold of Lyons stopped In
C. H. Mathosou of I'llgor spent yes
terday In Norfolk.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. Hamilton of Stanton -
ton spent yesterday In Norfolk.
John Quick returned at noon from
Omaha , where bo was present at the
etato convention of the A. O. U. W.
Superintendent Reynolds arrived
homo Thursday noon from the Chicago
meeting of Northwestern superinten
Mrs. C. 0. Hall and Mrs. Chester of
Long IMno wore In Norfolk yesterday
visiting on their return from the grand
chapter meeting of the Eastern Star
In Lincoln last Wook.
"Vyillard Harding of Nebraska City ,
adj'ustor for the Sprlngtlold Flro and
Marino Insurance company , was In
Norfolk today In connection with bis
company's loss at the Marqimrdt lire.
12. n. Kauffman Is having his bakery
nicely redecorated throughout.
The prlxo offered by George Schil
ler , proprietor of the Oxnard , for the
llrst horse making 2:15 : on the Norfolk
track , Is $25.
M. C. Hazon Is home from Pierce.
Mrs. O. C. Gentle Is In Madison on
a brief visit.
E. M. Vnught of Genoa was In Nor
folk over night.
\V. D. Cook of Bonnet was in Nor
Bruce Sires of Plalnvlow came to
W. M. McCorklo was up from Co
H. E. Heed of Stanton was in Nor
folk last evening.
L. B. Nicola left this morning for
J. B. Maylard has spent the past
two days In Omaha.
Rev. and Mrs. C. Iffert of Hosklns
spent the day In Norfolk.
Mrs. C. G. Miller will leave tomor
row for a week's visit In Sioux City.
Ezra Terry"Durland of Kansas City
was In Norfolk over night , the guest
of relatives in the city.
A now steam whistle has been in
stalled in the shops here. It sounds
altogether different from the old one
, and has been mistaken for an engine
whistle by many people.
Tommy Duor of Wlsner passed
through here on his way to Bloomflcld
John Quick , who has been in Oma
ha on business returned homo last
Miss Florence Condon returned to
her home in Elgin last night after a
week's visit with her sister , Mrs. Har
ry Alexander :
Roy Suterleo went to Fremont yes
terday on business.
Harry Alexander , who has been in
Chicago taking his examinations for
a position as engineer , returned homo
Mrs. F. C. Marshall of Center re
turned homo yesterday after being in
Norfolk on a visit with her parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Vlele.
Charles Ritchie , a prominent Seward -
ard county farmer , passed through
Norfolk today on his way to the Rose
bud reservation , where ho will inspect
Meyer and Trlpp county land.
S. T. navies left Norfolk at noon
for Tllden with the Baptist chapel
car. Services will be held In Tllden
for the next two weeks or more. Rev.
G. L. White will arrive In Tilden from
Eleven young men from Nellgh ar
rived in Norfolk Friday noon to rep
resent the Nellgh high school In the
game with the Norfolk business col
lege at the Norfolk driving park dur
ing the afternoon.
J. H. Conloy Is home from Tllden
win ro he 'jomplolcd a tniiimirllon
whereby P. P. C'hrlflli-imoii secured
control of Ulrlch & Ktrlckor'H Imple
ment stock at Tlldoii In exchange for
Mr. OhrlHtoiiHon'fl 21(1 ( aero farm three
miles went of Norfolk.
, lHno t Lnwlor of MorrlH , Minn. , who
linn boon employed nt the Norfolk In-
snno hospital , loft for his homo yes
terday. Mr. Lnwlor Is a brother of
Mr * . V. V. Light of Norfolk.
The second iniiHlcalo glvon by L.
KoonlgHli'ln will take place tonight nt
( ho Cong ! ogat tonal church. Last
night's miiHlcalo was a success In
every way and was largely attended.
The Norfolk postotllco has boon no-
( Illod of an order from the department
establishing additional mall service
between Norfolk and Bonesteol In
connection with the now Northwestern
passenger train to bo added to the
llonosteol service May 19.
Dr. II. .1. Cole of this city Is to respond
spend to the address of welcome at
the thlrty-llrst annual meeting of the
Nebraska Dental society , meeting In
Lincoln on Tuesday , Wednesday and
Thursday of next week. Dr. Cole is
a member of the executive council of
the society and also a member of the
standing committee on "ethics. "
The Beggar Prince Opera company
nmdo new friends In Norfolk last night
with "Tho Mikado , " that always pop
ular comic opera. The opera was pre
sented cleverly and to the entire satis
faction of the audience. Stanley Folch
us Ko-Ko deiiervcs special mention.
Ho was genuinely funny and kept the
audience laughing. Vivian Forrest as
Katasha was also clever.
Father Walsh loft this morning for
Wayne , where Bishop Scannoll of
Omaha administers the sacrament of
Miss Edith Herman , who has been
teaching school near Madison , was ex-
pooled homo this evening for the sum
Mrs , 10. P. Olinstead and daughter ,
Doris , loft this morning to Join Mr.
Olmsted near Sutherland , Neb. They
will bo absent two or three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Miller of Utlca
arrived In the city last night to attend
the funeral of Mrs. Miller's sister ,
Mrs. Charles Tabor , who died Sunday
night in Omaha. The remains wore
brought to Norfolk Thursday night
and the funeral was hold Friday after
BROWNIES TAKEFIRST GAME
Bent Business College Team by Score
of 5 to 3.
The Norfolk Brownies opened their
1907 season with a victory at the Nor
folk driving park yesterday afternoon ,
winning a " 5 to 8" practice game from
the Norfolk business college team af
ter nlno Innings of fast play. The
game was declared the best that had
been played on the local diamond this
season. Estabrook , the Brownie pitch
er , was credited with striking out fif
teen men , while the college boys
scored three fast double plays during
the game. The line-up :
Estabrook p Glldea
Hoffman c Landers
Schelley ss night
Bnieggoman b 1 Hartford
Corth 2b Ersklno
Larklns 3b Bryant
Parish if Oxnam
Blakoman cf Harmon
Durland rf Carberry
The score :
Brownies 1001020 01 5
College 00 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 3
Band at Nellgh.
Nellgh , Nob. , May 17. Special to
The News : The Royal band will en
tertain the citizens of Nellgh Satur
day afternoon with a free concert.
The friends of the organization claim
that it Is equal to if not superior to
any like organization In this section
of the state , and a rich musical treat
may be expected upon the occasion of
their visit bore tomorrow. In the
evening they will present the play ,
"The Man Behind. "
Adam Pllger at Home.
Pilger , Neb , , May 17. Special to
The News : Adam Pilger came homo
from his labor as state representative
only to take up the less agreeable
work of remodeling and enlarging his
store room at this place. A three-
story extension will be put on the
rear which will give more commodious
VICTIM OF FIGHT IS BURIED
Charles Meyer , Killed at Bonesteel ,
Lived at West Point.
West Point , Neb. , May 18. Special
to The News : The remains of Charles
Meyer , who died at St. Josephs hos
pital , Omaha , were brought to the
city and Interred in the Mount Hope
cemetery. The deceased , who was
well known In West Point , died as the
result of blood poisoning caused by
wounds received In a stabbing affray
which occurred at Bonesteel last
March. Ho was a brother of Mrs ,
Carl Maurer of this place.
Kryger Under Knife.
Nellgh , Nob. , May 17. Special to
The News : P. E. Kryger , night operator -
orator of the Northwestern station at
this point , who has been a sufferer
from a chronic complaint of long
standing , underwent a surgical opera
tlon for relief Wednesday. It was
performed by Dr. Conwell , who hones
for a permanent cure. Yesterday
morning the patient appeared to bo
If your olflco rent Is too high , ad
vertise "desk room to rent" and reduce -
IS APPOINTED TO SUCCEED A. J ,
GUTTERS OUGHT TO BE CLEAN
Mayor Durlnnd Snya Norfolk Ought to
Have a Regular Cleaning Day for
the Gutters Vehicle License Will
be Enforced and Street Tying.
Anton Uuchhol/ was appointed tea
a seat In the city council by Mayor
Durlntid last evening , the appointment
being made to 1111 the vacancy In the
Third ward's representation resulting
from the resignation of Councilman
A. J , Bruinmund. The now council
man will serve during the coming mu
nicipal year. Another appointment
made by the mayor and confirmed by
the city council last year was that of
Dr. A. Bear as city physician. The
appointment of a permanent night po
liceman Svas not brought up.
Last evening's meeting of the coun
cil was a midnight session , a mass of
small details coming up for action.
Conncllmen Degnor , Garvln , Haase ,
Kauffman and Spollman wore present.
A. J. Bruinmund In resigning his
seat In the council , previous to leav
ing the city , requested that his suc
cessor come from the same party
which elected him to the council a
year ago. The mayor's nomination of
Anton Buchholz for the vacancy re
ceived the approval of the council.
At the request of William Widaman
and on motion of Councilman Kauff
man the sum of $25 was voted as the
city's contribution toward defraying
the expenses of the Memorial day oh'
sorvanco In Norfolk.
New Buildings Going Up.
Mr. Molcher , appearing before the
council for the llrm of Irvln & Mel-
cher , was granted permission to erect
a one-story brick addition , 21x30 , in
the rear of the Fair store. The building -
ing will , bo used to bouse the meat
lepartmcnt of the store. P. J. Fuos-
er obtained the necessary consent of
: ho council for the erection of a one-
story brick building at his present
Norfolk avenue location. His present
inlldlng Is to be moved to the rear of
the now building.
The city treasurer was present and
stated that $1GOO had accumulated in
the general fund. The city clerk was
Instructed to call in the "certificates
of Indebtedness" outstanding as fast
as city funds bccomo available to pay
F. W. Klent/ was awarded the street
sprinkling contract at $20 a month for
a period of six months ending October
1 , 1907.
Street Commissioner's Salary.
Street Commissioner Lee's salary
was fixed by the council. In addition
to a regular salary of $10 a month , the
street commissioner will receive $2 a
day for every day that he-works and
$1 additional when he uses his team
In city street work.
Mayor Durland took occasion dur
ing discussion around the council ta
ble to instruct the chief of police to
enforce the ordinance calling for ha'ck ,
dray and scavenger wagon licenses.
It was stated that only part of the
hack and dray licenses were pafd. In
the future all public vehicles will have
to display a city license number. The
chief of police was also Instructed to
resurrect a city ordinance regulating
the hitching of horses on Norfolk av
Should Clean Gutters.
The mayor suggested that a plan
for cleaning the Norfolk avenue gut
ters on certain stated days should be
The salary of the new city physi
cian for the coming year was fixed at
$10 a month.
E. Krause withdrew his application
for a liquor license , which had been
passed on favorably by the council at
the previous meeting. In regard to
Henry Hasenptlug's application for a
license at the Frank Jarmer location ,
the city clerk was Instructed to issue
a license on Saturday morning provid
ed the usual conditions were complied
Reports On Damage Cases.
City Attorney Hazen reported ad
versely on the damage claims filed
with the city by Dr. J. H. Mackay for
$1.000 and bv A. C. Wlllams for $ f-
550. It was stated that the Mrs. Mar
garet Boas claim for $90 for injuries
recelvetl from a fall had been with
drawn from the consideration of the
council. The city attorney recom
mended that A. J. Durland be advised
to present his claim for $300 damages
from the blasting In the sewer trench
es last winter , to Contractor Horrlck ,
the city's contract holding Mr. Herrick -
rick liable for such damages incurred.
City Treasurer Haase's official bond
was fixed at $25.000 for the coming
year. I ist year the bond stood at
$00,000 on account of the $40.000 sewer
er Inmds to be handled in the city
The request of the Norfolk tire de
partment to use part of the south wall
of the city hall In building a now bell
and drying tower was referred to the
public works committee with power to
The election- Charles Pllgor as
chief'of the Norfolk lire department
tof succeed Chief McCuno was con
firmed by the council last evening.
Other fire department offices con
firmed last night were : V. A. Nenow ,
llrst assistant chief ; Jess Boomer , second
end assistant chief ; Ilro police , Mast
company , William Munsterman and
Ed Conley , West Side company , W.
F. Lehman and A. Amerino , Pioneer
Hook and Ladder company , John
Hcholloy anil ( 'bark's Stoohor , Qnoon
C'lty company , E , Wilbur and Hugo
Now Hose Carts Needed.
Chief McCnno , as the retiring head
of the department , discussed depart
ment affairs with the council. Ho ad
vised the council to expend something
like $500 In purchasing two now hose
carts for the city hall companies and
favored the purchase of four-wheel
cars. The apparatus to be replaced
was not In good condition , he said.
Mr. McCuno suggested that the chief
of the fire department should receive
$100 a year Instead of $50 and that
$50 and $25 bo paid to the llrst and
second assistant chiefs. The sugges
tions of the ex-chlof wore referred to
the fire and police committee for a
report at the next mooting of the coun
Cement Bids Returned.
All bids on the contract for the
city's cement work In laying now
crossings and sidewalks were ordered
returned unopened to the bidders and
the city clerk was Instructed to read-
vortlso on cement crossings and walks
according to now specifications pre
A voluminous sewer ordinance pre
pared by City Attorney M. C. Hazen
to govern the now sewer system was
Introduced and placed on first reading
last night. Several Important details
In the ordinance remain to bo filled
in. It will receive careful considera
tion at a later meeting.
The designation of the official pa
pers of Norfolk wont over until the
The street committee reported that
a now cement crossing had boon laid
on the north side of the Intersection
of Fourth street and Madison avenue.
Tills committee will make a tour of
Inspection over Norfolk In a short
The following resolution was pre
sented and read :
Resolved , That new walks bo ordered -
dered placed under ordinance No. 275
along the south sldo of lots 11 and
12 , block 1. and lots 13 and 14 , block
2 , Collamer's addition to Norfolk.
Also cast half of lots 1 and 2 , block
Haaso's suburban lots.
The Mnndelko petition for cement
walks and crossings was referred to
the street and alley committee.
LEVI BROWN , NEAR NIOBRARA , IS
HE WAS DRIVING FOUR HORSES
Working in the Field With a Drag ,
His Horses Became Frightened and
the Man Is Thought to Have Been
Nlobrara , Neb. , May 17. Special to
The News : Lev ! Brown , a single man
of forty-five working for Peter Groin-
er living ten miles cast of hero , was
Instantly killed yesterday afternoon.
He was dragging with four horses ,
which became frightened and ho was
supposed either to have been kicked
by a horse or struck by a section of
the drag. Two marks , one about the
temple and another above the jaw ,
were found. Mr. Greiner hastened to
stop the team and was slightly Injured
in the scramble.
English Spavin Liniment removes ail
hard , soft 'or calloused lumps and
blemishes from horses , blood spavins ,
curbs , splints , swceney , ring bcne ,
stifles , sprains , all swollen throats ,
coughs , etc. Save $50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted the most wonder
ful blemish cure ever known . Sold by
F. F. Ware & Son , druggists.
West Point News.
Fred Plantenberg , the keeper of the
village s"tore at Aloys , In this county ,
has boon again adjudged insane and
was taken last night to the Norfolk
lospltal In charge of Sheriff Malchow.
This is the second time that Planten
berg has been committed for Insanity.
About two years ago ho was attacked ,
but after a few months' treatment ho
apparently recovered , but has had a
relapse. Inordinate whisky drinking
Is supposed to be the chief cause of
Rev. Joseph Ruosing left yesterday
for Cincinnati , Ohio , where ho goes
as a delegate from Nebraska to the
supreme council of the Catholic
Knights of America , which convenes
In that city today. The sessions of
the council will last one week.
Deaths at Crofton.
Crofton , Neb. , May 18. Special to
The News : Chas. Kracht , owner of
the Kracht elevators at this place and
Bloomflcld , died at his farm eight
miles west of here last night of pneu
monia after a very brief illness.
George E. Henry , who came hero
from southern Arkansas last winter ,
died last night after an illness of over
two months. Heart failure brought
on by a severe attack of asthma was
the cause. Ho was the stop-father of
Postmaster and Editor Robinson of
Try Chamberlain's Pain Balm for
Mr. J. W , Jamison , a merchant of
Newport , _ Iowa , says : "I have sold
Chamberlain's fain Balm for several
years and have recommended it for
neuralgia and rheumatism , as well as
for more common pains , and It has
given good results. I sell more of it
than of any other liniment I carry and
cheerfully recommend it to the bpullb.
For sale by Leonard the druggist
HALF OF IT WAS KILLED IN
HEAVY ICE STORM.
IT MUST NOW BE PLOWED UP
The Results of the Heavy Ice and
Sleet Storm of Last Winter on Al
falfa are Just Now Beginning to be
Apparent , Says Nclloh Man.
Nellgh , Neb. , May 17. Special to
The News : The results of the heavy
Ice and sleet of last winter arc now
being seen In the alfalfa fields. M ,
B. Huffman , who has been observing
the matter , estimates that fully one-
half of the alfalfa has been killed and
much of it will have to bo plowed up.
The damage was most serious in low
spots and hollows.
Madison , Neb. , May 14 , 1907 , 1 p.
m. The board of county commission
ers mot pursuant to adjournment.
Present , Commissioners John Mnlonc ,
John H. Harding and Burr Taft. The
minutes of the meeting of April 10 ,
1907 , were read and approved. On
motion the county clerk was ordered
to strike from the tax list for 1901 the
taxes on lots 4 and 5 , block 39 , ol
Clark and Madison Mill Co's addition
to Madison , Neb. , said property hav
ing boon erroneously assessed for that
The public road on the half section
line between the NE'/i and the SEV4
of Sec. 21 , town. 21 , range 2 , west
having been obstructed by placing
fences thereon by the owner of the
NEVI of Sec. 21 , town. 24 , range 2
and complaint having been made to
the board thereof , on motion Wm
Low , road overseer of road district No
7 , was ordered to notify the person
that has placed said obstructions 01
said road to remove the 84amo , and i
ho falls within a reasonable length o
lime to remove such obstructions , sale
Wm. Low Is hereby Instructed to re
move said obstructions and notify the
board of his action.
On motion the assessed valuation
> f lot 1 , of C. S. Hayes Choice add !
tion to Norfolk , Neb. , was reducet
from $390.00 to $35.00 for the year
1891 , said lot having been erroneously
assessed as improved when the same
was in fact unimproved , and the coun
ty clerk was instructed to correct the
tax list accordingly.
On motion the following appoint
ments were made :
John Weland , road overseer road
district No. 21.
Dan Scheer , jr. , road overseer road
district No. 20.
Frank White , road overseer road
district No , 31.
On motion the following bonds were
Metallc Revetment & Mfg. Co. , con
John Weland , road overseer road
district No. 21.
E. . II. Crook , road overseer road dis
trict No. 4.
On motion the county clerk was in
structed to correct the tax list of
1897 relative to the assessment of Ma
tilda Hans In Battle Creek village , by
reducing her assessed valuation from
$342.00 to $117.00 on account of an
error in the assessment for said year.
On motion the following bills were
Norfolk Shoo Co. , shoes for
pauper $ 150
H. Kllburn , register deaths
and births 7 00
Clyde Rynearson , register
deaths and births 8 00
E. F. Ringer , register deaths
and births 1 15
Chas. Letheby , register
deaths and births 11 50
Julius Hulff , register deaths
and births 20 50
B. H. Mills , register deaths
and births 8 25
H. L. Kindred , register
deaths and births 10
Leonard Eucher , wolf scalps 12 00
Jacob Henderson , cots 800
W. S. O'Brien , repairing
bridge 5 50
C. A. Strong , wolf scalps. . . . 12 00
II. Masten , grading , road dis
trict No. 25 3 00
W. S. O'Brien , grading R. F.
D. No. 25 ' 5 00
D. L. Best , livery 4 00
Thomas O'Shea , coal 925
City of Madison , water rent. 7 50
City of Madison , electric
lights , January 4 to May
3 , 1907 34 40
Frank S. Perdue , salary for
April 100 00
Joe Benlsh , assigned to J.
Koenigstcln , work , road
district No. 9 18 25
II. Fricke , Jr. , slips , road dis
trict No. 27 25 50
II. Frlcko , Jr. , slips , road dis
trict No. 24 8 50
Chas. A. Gableman , wolf
bountv 12 00
Hammond Stephens Co. , sup
plies 34 0
Nebraska Telephone Co. , Nor
folk , tolls , county attorney 7
Herman Gall , grading , road
district No. 17 10 0
H. F. Barnhart , attorney fees ,
sin to vs. Ellis 100 0
P. H. Demmel , wolf bounty. . 14 0 (
Gus Kaul , Janitor , salary. . . . 60 0
H. L. Kindred , coroner's fees ,
Jaoobson 12 2
Antelope county , one half
bridge on county line 72 2
W. P. Dlxon , grading , com
missioner district No. 2 ,
claimed $15.00 , allowed at. 12 0
J. J. Clements , boarding pris
oners and salary 244 3
A. E. Roder , road work , com
missioner district No. 2. . . 14 00
Tohn Henderson , road work , '
commissioner district No. 2 5 00
\V. P. Dlxon , work , commis
sioner district No. 2 0 25
Win. Nedrcbot , work , com
missioner district No. 2 , as
signed to Wm. Low 3 00
Grant Johnson , work , com
mlsstoner district No. 2. . . 4 50
Win. Low , work , commission
er district No. 2 10 50
I. II. Conloy , foes , state vs.
Miller 13 05
Geo. C. Lambert , foes , state
vs. Miller 4 70
Miss Mlno McNcoly , typewriting -
writing , IJocho case 3 00
Wm. Horn , road work , road
district No. 15 3 25
Henry Maurer , assisting
county surveyor 2 00
W. P. Dlxon , grading drain
age ditch No. 1 9 75
Jack Koonlgstcln , salary first
quarter and telephone tolls 202 20
C. F. Elscloy , J. P. , fees state
vs. Ritchie 5 40
James Hay , fees , state vs.
Robinson 2 10
E. J. Schorregge , juror , fees ,
state vs. Robinson 1 10
Gustav NltB , Juror , fees , state
vs. Robinson 1 10
John Oestorllng , Juror , fees ,
state vs. Robinson 1 10
C. F. W. Marquardt , juror ,
fees , state vs. Robinson. . . 1 10
John Hermann , juror , foes ,
state vs. Robinson 1 10
G. F. Bllgcr , constable , fees ,
state vs. Ritchie 4 35
John Friday , witness , fees ,
state vs. Ritchie _ 1 10 ,
Julius Hulff , witness , fees , I
state vs. Ritchie- 1 10
G. B. Saltcr , witness , fees ,
state vs. Ritchie 1 10
13. P. Wcathcrby , witness ,
fees , state vs. Ritchie. . 1 10
C. ' F. Elseley , Justice fees ,
state vs. Robinson 4 G5
Aug. Bruinmund , jury fees ,
state vs. Ritchie 1 10
C. F. W. Marquardt , jury fees
state vs. Ritchie 1 10
Emil Kauffman , jury fees ,
state vs. Ritchie 1 10
John Malone , labor and mileage -
ago 10G 10
John H. Harding , labor and
mileage 84 80
John H. Harding , road work ,
road district No. C 1 00
John W. Towle in full , bridge
contract , claimed $1,552.35 ,
reduced on account of Flen-
niken bridge $39 , allowed
at 1,513 35
Nebraska Telephone Co. , ,
tolls , Meadow Grove 8 00
iurr Taft , labor and mileage 100 55
V. P. Dlxon , on contract ,
drainage ditch No. 1 530 00
Claim of C. F. Elseley for $3.35 fees
a case of state vs. McComb was dls-
llowed , action brought without knowl-
dge of county attorney.
On motion the county clerk was in
truded to strike from the tax list of
888 , 1890 , 1891 , 1893 and 1894 the
ersonnl taxes assessed to F. H. Chan-
ler In Wnrnervtlle precinct , the same
laving been erroneously assessed and
he county treasurer was instructed
o accept from said F. H. Chandler
he sum of $50.00 in full payment of
axes assessed against said Chandler
n said precinct for the years 1895 ,
89C and 1897.
On motion the salary of the deputy
heriff was fixed by the board at $35
On motion the board then adjourned
o June 11 , 1907 , at 1 p. m.
.Geo. E. Richardson ,
Cause of Stomach Troubles.
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