LeMars Semi Weekly Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 28, 1917, Lemars, Iowa Art Albert Carl Earl JAMES C. L. J. H. H. P. A. Mode 18. J. B Entered at the postoffice in Mark Me as second class DECEMBER 28, 1917. COUNTY LEGISLATION Proceedings of the Board of Supervisors at December Nov. 12. 1917. The board of supervisors met in regular session November 12, all members The minutes of October 17tli, were read and upon motion The board been advised by the attorney general to canvass the votes cast at the special election held October 15th, and make a new report to the secretary of proceeded to make said canvass and upon its completion determined the following For the 1,786 against the 2,877 The board on motion adjourned to meet November 13. November 13, 1SU7. J. J. M. H. John Frank John Fay Ben John Carl W. V. Whitsell and Ira The board upon motion allowed their per diem and mileage as follows and adjourned to meet on December 18th: 2 12 2 12 9.20 2 1 8.10 2 8 8.80 2 25 Approved December 18, 1917. J. G. J. M. Nov. 13, 1917. The board ot supervisors met pursuant adjournment November 13, all The minutes of November 12, were read and upon motion The board on motion passed the following DeGroot did on April 4, 1917, enter into a contract with Plymouth county to certain concrete said culverts to be completed by October 20, 1917, and F. R. Desparois on 4th day of 1917, enter into a contract with Plymouth county to construct certain concrete said culverts to be completed by October 1st, and labor conditions been such as to make it impossible to complete said culverts within the contracted therefore be it that an extension of sixty days time in which to complete said culverts he and is hereby granted to the V. R. On motion tne county was instructed to advertise for bids from 10 furnish the county requirements lumber and ] year 191S. said bids to he December IS This the date set for tlie of objections to and claims for damages by reason of a change and Establishment of a road in West field and Sioux known as and it from the records on file that all of the respect to change had been complied the board proceeded to hear all claims and objections There having been two different the board considered both routes In connection v the claims and objections and Claimants Carl and Amundsen having agreed to accept the appraisers return of per acre for a strip of land necessary the change and adjoining the present road on the south and the lump sum of for a strip of land 6(i ft. in width across the northeast of section 3a in West field therefore be it that the said claimants he allowed the sum of per acre for the land taken in section 116-92-49, and the lump sum of for a strip of land 06 ft. in width along the road as now used across the northeast corner of section 35-92 49, and that said road and is hereby established as A road OH ft. in beginning at a point on Hie north line of section 35,-township 92 of range 49 of the P. 539.6 ft. west from the northeast corner and tin nee a line which angles to the right 44 degrees and 03 minutes a distance of 733.1 thence along a line which angles to the right 45 degrees and 36 minutes for a distance of 1.KG7.3 thence along a line which angles to the left 1 degree and 11 a distance of 803.8 thence along a line which angles to the left 5fi degrees and 16 minutes for a distance of 325.7 ft thence along a line which angles to the right 4 decrees and I minutes fo ra distance of 1,567.3 I hence along a line which angles to 22 degrees and 48 for a distance of 533 a a line which angles to the left decree and 09 minutes a distance of 161.5 thence along line to the left 4 degrees and 50 for a distance of 539 alone line which angles to the left 31 degrees and 47 minutes for a distance of 1,509 feet to the center of the present county All members of the board voting yea to the above The board upon motion passed the following it appearing that following named persons were erroneously and illegally assessed with a 50c poll tax and a road poll tax for the year 1916, therefore bo it that the said taxes against the following named persons be remitted in J. R. M. John B. J Elmer H. H. Fred H. J. W H Landers Fred Fred W. R. M. Dec. 18, 1917. The supervisors met in adjourned session December 18, all Minutes of the last November 13th, were read and on motion It is ordered by the district court that Margaret of be allowed the sum of per week for the maintenance of her dependent Vivian and Clara M. ot the sum of each for the support of her three dependent children which orders upon motion There being filed an application in writing for the appointment of Ira Stauffer as justice of the peace in and for Garfield said Ira Stauffer is on motion hereby appointed as justice of the peace in and for Garfield Plymouth to serve until his is elected and The application of John McCord for a remission of road poll tax in Elkhorn township for the year 1904 was on motion approved and the application of Anton Huckert for a remission of dog tax assessed to him in Portland township for the year 1916, was allowed in the sum of The application of J. C. Peterson for a remission of consolidated taxes for the year 1916 was on motion This being the date and hour set for the consideration of bids from those proposing to furnish the county its requirements in fir bridge lumber and piling for the year 1918, all bids then on file were read and carefully considered and the hoard finding that bid of the Nebraska Bridge & Lumber company was the lowest one filed and the board considering the bid a reasonable awarded a contract to the said Nebraska Bridge Supply & Lumber company for 13 cars of fir plank and 13 cars of red cedar piling to be shipped as freight charges to the several stations in Plymouth county and S. except The prices to be paid for the fir k WITH THE Interest Is Becoming Mors Enlivened As Season Draws Near Monday night the Haas Shuenk Co. team won three straight games from the Lynch High scores were W. 222, F. 206, C. 204, B. 196. In three close Tuesday night the Hansen Kaun Co. team met defeat In all three the victors being tlic Mitchell who are now leading the High scores for the evening's play were 212, 206, 200, 105, 193, Wednesday night the Plymouth Milling Co. five won two out of three games from the Hentges Clothing Co. High scores were Van de 224, 222, 199, 191. On Thursday evening the Co. team won two out of three games from the Senior's Jewelry High score for the 206. Friday night a special match was rolled by the Lane's Stars and Lane's the stars being the having a three game total or 2,730, to 2,561 for the The latter team rolled in hard having a total of twenty-eight splits against eighteen for the The samo teams will roll another match this week The scores for the week's play F. P. C. Boyle D. V. W. 2nd 205 170 204 158 158 3rd 173 159 184 184 192 ber is per M and for red cedar piling 8 10 16c; 12 and 14 16%c; 16 and 18 18><5c; 20 and 22 20',ic; 24 and 26 22c, and 28 and 27c. All voting year to the above On motion an order was given to the Farmers Co-operative company of for one car of 3xl2xl6's to be full rough at a price of per said Co-operative company to store and deliver to the various parties when called for without additional The board on motion instructed the county auditor to Issue warrant on the bridge fund in favor of F. R. in the amount of being the balance due on claim No. 1650, filed November 13, 1917, which was previously cut this The board on motion adjourned to meet December 19. Approved December 19, 1917. J. G. J. M. Real Estate Catharine M Andrews to Mary lot 8 blk 45 City of The RemBen Lumber Co to Peter J Homan Jr and Ella Richardson to Sophia Clabaugh pt and pt 15-92-45, pt out lot A 9th Add E. T. BEDELL Attorney at Law law and probate matten special Royal Theater DR. W. F. HODAM Assistant State Veterinarian s Office Sit Phone Rec. Now 235. DR. R. M. 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