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Pocahontas Democrat (Newspaper) - March 7, 1907, Pocahontas, Iowa MARCH 1907. if ' Portion ot January Be ' Hext 22, al 8 o'clock Board met as per O. F. Jake Mv Dooley and C. T. Report of county auditor of the county examined tm of forenoon in the On motion the board adjourned 1:30 January 22, o'clock p.m. Board met Members J. Dooley and C. T. In the matter in the in district as by B. in report to the board of dated August 4, 1006, notice been served this matter by and this being j set for the and there been claims for also a proposal of a certain change by K. represented Allen the considered by the ' board of therefore on the same is on tion adjourned until 11, 1907, in order that the may appoint appraisers to the damages and thp of the matter of the i further iby K. and others until by motion W. B. Meredith and W. 1. are appointed to assess in 2.t. i l On F. A. H. K. Buck and Alex McKwen appointed commissioners to the drainage 22.- - On January 28, 1907, was Bet a a the day for selecting tlie papera for the 1907. i On motion Jake Winegarden and iV M. J. Dooley was appointed a visit the poor farnr for On motion the board until January 23, 1907, at g o'clock a. i ' Auditor's 1907^ 8 o'clock a. m. Board met -as per a O. Jake M f J. Dooley and C. T. reports of Alex soor of the ' J. A. of the Center ander justice of the Gedar C. ' Incorporated Town of Washington Cedar i Marahall Lake were ex and on Balance of forenoon in annual report of J. J. On motion board adjourned until January 28, 1907. January 28, 1907, 1:30 o'clock p. in. Board met as Members O. F. J. Dooley C. T. bonds Eirst National Bank i of Bank of Jowa Bankr First Bank of City Bauk of Bank Gilmore Iowa of First National Bank of First National of Laurens Stale Savings Bank of Bonk of Slate Bank State examined of and on approved as depository banks for the county treasurer for the 1907: time having arrived for the naming of the official papers for the the following papers filed a list of asking to be Democrat's list in Pocahontas county was 10.52.. list in Pocahontas county 910. list in county was 920. The Sun's list in Pocahontas county was Tlie Fonda list in county was Moved by seconded by that the Pocahontas Democrat lie made one of the official papers of the county for the 1907. at full and the Pocahontas Riscord and Rolfe Reveille be made official each to receive one-half for printing official final report of F. A. drainage district number 0, being on stating the contract of T. for said drain in drainage district number is all completed to the satisfaction of and on motion the auditor is directed to draw a warrant on said drainage district number U for the balance due T. of afternoon spent in auditing bills the motion board adjourned until January 29, 1907, at 8 o'clock a. January 29, 8 o'clock a. m. Board met as per Members O. M. Jake Winegarden and C. T. On motion the auditor to draw a refund warrant for cents county poll the being paid by Jolin Doyle who is a bonds of G. S. deputy B. Des Moines J Gv Roosevelt J. Roosevelt were tion of the 190(3, we Und the following of the board of supervisors as to the of bonds left of the motion the was the 1906, Od December 10, 1900, the bonds were examined and on J. justice Des Moines Des Moines ' S. Des Moines D. Garfield P. superintendent school to ilU P. school to fill full on December 27, 1906, the fol lowing bonds were examined and on motion Powhatan Lake town 8hipiti> J. L. M. county full 1906, tlie fol lowing bonds were and on motion A. Colfax H. Marshall Incorporated J. Lincoln P. Roose velt v i C. Swan Lake Center C. justice peace Roosevelt Shorman town V M. clerk of district On motion adjourned until o'clock m. low January 29, 1:30 ' Board met per ad O. F. J. g. T Nolan and time lor tlie ot and of in. drainage improvement district No. 12, having the board of supervisors proceeded to objections and protests filed as vided by law to the return of the -in said Improvement Objections of Martin E. been filed and heard and board having been duly advised In the it was on motion ordered that the rate of amount of assessment of the land of Martin E. Watlin be and the same is hereby established and confirmed in accordance to and with the following schedule hereto marked Exhibit of owner Sec. Twp. No points E. of s w M 3!l. ' $ E. n w of s w 2!l, SO, :14. 71; 142.00 E. uo o 30. !. W, M, 40.0(i E. n e of s e - it. wils on motion ordered rate of benefit and of assessment of the land of J. Hall be and the same is hereby established and confirmed in accordance to and within tlie following schedule hereto marked exhibit of Twp. No points Hot s eU it is hereby ordered that the of benefit and the amount of assessment against the several tracts and townships included in Improvement district Is hereby established and confirmed as hereby set out In schedule marked No E. n c 51 of s w W 29 20.00 E. n w 25) qr ot sw qr 29 s w qr 29 E. Wullin s eqr so qr .TO D. lluU n 0 qr of G. Jobnson n n qr ot n w qr 32 Lako twp. 8cc. 29-1)0 Lake Bee 29-32 Lake motion it is ordered that the rate benefit and amount of assessment be confirmed levied and the several tracts of land and said township as therein set out and the county auditor Is hereby directed and authorized to spread the same upon the assessment rolls of said county and the assessed on said property in the number of points or the rate ot benefits and in the amounts as set the same to be used as a basis tor all future assessment la connection with establishment improvement and said drainage No. 12, until further altered as changed as by law the matter of the of David Welander and others tor drainage improvement the up for hearing to-day and tlie engineer his report and there having been claims for damage It is found by the board of supervisors that the proposed drainage Improvement Is a public necessity and that the public utility will be promoted a litte but our stock Kas ar and there will be more here in a days and the price is within the reach of Gome in and inspect our as no 0; you will be needing something in this line the hearing on the same Is on motion adjourned Feb. 11, 1007, in order that the auditor may appoint appraisers to assess the damages At the joint meeting of the board of supervisors ot Pocahontas and Calhoun held at Pond December 1906, tor the purpose ot acting on the petition of s. T. Hersom and others the matter was referred back to the commission for a new and on the 16th day of 1907 W. Warrington engineer and W. J. Johnson commissioner for Calhoun at Iowa and rei ported to the board ot supervisors of Pocahontas county that H. J. Murray commissioner for Pocahontas county removed from the state and asked another be appointed to act In his - Therefore in accordance with their request the board ot supervisors of Pocahontas county on motion appointed g. F. of Fonda as such commissioner tor Pocahontas motion the board of supervisors adjourned until Tuesday Feb. 5,1907. SNAP drove to moved IS DUE you are putting in your winter supply of Silver Hard the best this kind and true to We have ail kinds of Portable dorn J. W. G. C. Pres. T. F. Asst. OF A. W. Hess is still John Anderson was a Rolte visitor 's car load of arrived from Chicago Studer left Tuesday tor 111., to be at the bed side of her brother who is not expected to E. Meredith arrived Tuesday from He is moving farm vacated by Mr. Carry north of will load his car here this and leave for hU future home In South where he has and Mrs. P. G. Bess left Saturday for attend the funeral dt a Mrs. Ross they expect to return the latter part dt the Scranton who saved two men from the burning tower a short arrived liere short and and Cren are work week for Oarlock from Havelock to houses are scarce here and several more are needed very shipped two cars of of cattle and seventytwo head of hogs which he has been He ac companied the shipment and will visit at different points before pleasant surprise was plan ned by home of Rev. and H. L. Case Friday In honor ot Mr. and Jefferies who expect move to North Dakota They have been earnest in the church and will be missed In the choir The members take this means of appreciation earnest work Mr. and Mrs. Case surely did their gart in and the evening was very ments were and program was enjoyed Case U. tew well chosen words In behalf of tho Mri and Farm Loans Real Estate Bought and Sold Weber and town last Emma ElSasser is slster Pat Ziegler has now moved on his farm north of Layman ot Newell visited at the Will Point home Woman's Society met with Mrs. Ed last - Waterman of was In Varina between trains Alice Davis and have taken positions In Swope's - and Mrs. Will Point spent day eiening at the Will Morrison Mary Murphy of is here visiting her sister Arthur - Bush Is at the home of her Mrs. at Wilson of. Spencer was In looking after farm north of E. Sheridan Will Point were at George on business one day last Lilly has her position In store antl to her home Heuthorn ot visited over Sunday with hia the Chamberlain of Mr. and Mrs. Abner Miller who has been seriously ill is reported Lanum who been away on a visit that one of his horses died during his Point who has been spending the past year in different points California returned home last was received here that a boy arrived at the home of Mrs. E B. Wells of 2dth. Bellows returned home Des Moines where he has been for past three weeks in. the His health Is greatly Challstrom who has In the has work same i set each of sliver table and loan H. D. - of Title to all Lands ana Lots In Pocahontas per cent farm Land and and 5aiesnian am prepared to cry adjoining counties all times; Blooded Sales a 15 ' ' farm First NatU in CaU by phone at my ' m O re National CAN SELL Challstrom well liked as a clerk and will be greatly missed Aiy the young people but all him success with his new was also by a lovely decorated cup and as a token of the high esteem In which they are and Counties in of 40 or without a house at from to per Good plenty of timber for fine no to Minneapolis and St. the Superior on of railroad an If you want to Chippewa
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