Pocahontas Record (Newspaper) - November 19, 1908, Pocahontas, Iowa 25 19, 1908 you want a pair go to some junk shop and pay almost as for seconds as we ask you for firsts that will out wear two or pair of the are Some How do they Look to 1 buckle Glove Brand at Men's 2 buckle Goodyear Glove Brand at Men's all rubber Goodyear Glove or Brand Men's one buckle red made of pure at - - - - railroad and tap sole at Men's Goodyear or Hood's brand overshoes Men's Old Colony brand Boy's at - and Youth's overshoes nt - - Men's 1 Kersey at 1 buckle light Keraey overshoes at Men's light Kersey overshoes at 00 50 25 Your's for a Square Clothing J. H. S. Vice W. National TO ALLEM You Ready for Cold Doors and Storm order them early and Hard H. Exchange Bank Banking | ness 3 Board November 1908, 12 Board met in Members O. F. C. T. M- J. C. H. and C. organized as a board of and to tlic returns of the on November 3, 1008. motion board until November 10, 1908. November 10, 1908, eight o'clock a. m. Board met as per Members O. F. C. T. M. J. C. H. and W. C. proceeded witli the canvass of election motion board adjourned until 1 o'clock p. November 10, 1908, one o'clock p. met as per all proceeded with the canvass of the election board completed the canvass of the election returns and haviny made abstracts of the votes cast for each filed the original returns with the county auditor to recorded in the election as by law board declared the persons A. county M. clerk of district M. B. county J. county P. B. P. supervisor first supervisor T. fourth of the Bellville F. S. While and R. H. Bellville Niels Hanson and Justices of the Cedar K. Jordan and S. T. Cedar J. R. Justices of the Center A. L. J. K. Center R. D. O. J. Justices of the Peace Clinton H. J. H. Clinton Peter J. B. Justices of the J. H. C. Otto Justices of the Cummins Gust J. R. Cummins C. W. Charley Justices of the Des Moines A. W. C. L. Des Moines B. H. Justices of the Dover J. D. Dover August Ray Justices of the Grant L. F. Grant C. Justices of the T. K. B. C. Garfield A. G. E. N. Justices of the T. R. Lake B. J. E. Justices of the L. Henry Lincoln Henry Justices of the John 0. B. H. Lizard of the Marshall Axel N. Marshall Frank of the C. p. S. Powhatan S. Guy of the John Roosevelt township Will Frank of the J. F. Sherman Ernest W. Justices of the Swan Lake A. H. B. L. Swan Lake S. A. G. Justices of the Washington J. E. Washington Mart On motion board adjourned aa a board of to meet as a board of on November 11, 1908, at 8 o'clock a. November 11, 1908, 8 a. board met as per Members O. F. C. T. M. J. C. H. Tollefsrude and W. C. of W. B. Warrington construction engineer for Drainage Improvement District Numbers 8,-13, 20, 29, 30, and 32 were examined and on motion of the order for all special and drainage tax levies been adjourned to this date and it being deemed advisable to adjourn the making of said the order for all said special and drainage tax levies are on motion adjourned until the 1st day of 1908. the matter of the petition of Ira Conger et al for the establishment of a drainage district extending in and Buena this 11th day of A. 1908, it being one of the days of the regular 1908, meeting of the board of of Pocahontas the petition of Ira Conger et addressed to the boards of supervisors of the of and Buena Viata state of filed in the office of the auditor of said county on the day of 1908, for the establishment of a drainage district embracing the watershed of the certain water or running and terminating aa in the petition of the said Ira Conger et al fully aet being presented to the said board of together with the certain bond of the said Ira Conger et in the penal sura of hundred conditioned aa by law required on it that the certain bond of Ira Conger and W. J. aa and Fred Evers and George aa in the penal sum of five hundred conditioned that the said obligors ahall pay all costs and expenses in the proceedings in the event that said drainage is not be and the same is hereby and it ia that W. P. Hopkins be and he hereby is appointed commissioner from Pocahontas state of and he ia hereby authorized and directed to meet with the commissioners from the counties of and Buena within ten for the performance of such duties as are by law required of in such motion the foregoing resolutions were Drainage matters On motion the board of adjourned until one p. 11, 1908, one o'clock p. m. ' Board inet aa per Members O. F. C. T. M. J. C. H. Tollefsrude and W. C. against the county taken up and motion a refund of poll tax was ordered to W. the same having been erroneously motion the board of adjourned until November 12, 1908. November 12, 1908, eight o'clock a. aa per Members all Claims against the county taken up and motion board until one o'clock p. a November 12, 1908, one o'clock p. m. Board per Members all of E. B. Witcraft for refund on taxable valuation of on lots 8, 0 and 10, block 27, in town of was motion necessary for Chairman to go on motion W. C. Lieb waa elected pro against the county taken up and of the of November 9, 10, 11 and 12, read and on motion motion board adjourned until November 23, 1908. C. A. New Government wanta to know why intelligent well-to-do farmers from the Valley continue to flock to Canadian to take up homea a foreign flag while inviting and attractive for settlers are still open in the While there haa been a decided falling off in the movement from thia country into the Northwest the number of our desirable citizens who are leaving the United States to take up farms in Canada is large and efforts should be made to divert them to the several sections of our own country where just aa if not better exist for the national government ia a big land but it does while Canada expends large sums annually for thia Steps be taken at thia time to acquaint the of thia country with the fact that within our own borders there yet remain many desirable locations for home great western region in climate and crop ia superior to the regions farther It possesses better transportation facilities it is under our own flag and is occupied by our own Its development adda to our national and Potentially it ia the richest and moat fertile area in the world and it is destined to become the center of a vaat population which ahall represent the highest ideals of American No efforts be to exploit its advantages and its at the present time the construction of three national irrigation projects haa to the point where settlement ia invited and a large number of from the middle weat have already taken up new homes The letters received from them by the of the Reclamation Service at Washington indicating their in the change they have made and their abiding faith in the wisdom of their choice of Two of these projects are in Montana and one ia in northern Nearly 100,000 acrea divided in 40 and 80 acre are now ready for Theae farms are to linder the homestead subject to the of the reclamation Soil and climate are such that with the assured water supply which the government maximum are Intelligent farming on theae projects ia rewarded by larger returns than in humid regions and the crop products are as aa can be grown in the middle the Huntley Montana nearly 40 came from two townships in Iowa and their is certain to bring a large number this winter and next families a month are going on the Shoshone project in all of whom come from the middle There still remain farma for several hundred honie builders on and the opportunity is worthy of the careful consideration of every man who is seeking independence and a life in the where a maximum reward is assured for his Will Be will be no reckless administration under the of He is sound to the This is evidenced by an address in in which he Said in man who is obeying the law may go ahead with all the energy in his enterprise which ia within the statutes may proceed with out fear of interference from the when acting but all interests within the jurisdiction of the federal may expect a rigid enforcement of the lawa against men are to be shown the lines of legality and are to be in keeping within the lines of legality which linea have been during the laat four men ahall know they are to conform to the laws upon the and that no favora are to be expected for who break the This shall be so that business men who conduct legitimate business may understand the government is back of them and does intend to do do to interfere with their legitimate advancement It is the question of definite of the statutes and of their clear understanding which shall make honest progress of our business And this in my all that ia to make that progress substantif and the cheapest coal on the at Lumber tiie A. 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