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Roland Record (Newspaper) - April 8, 1903, Roland, Iowa X STORY A S 7NLTt PEK will it fit Posi iffl s mail s oi If pa Win ad as mission men have eggs on hand which have including freight ajd at least eighteen cents a Unless can be sold out at their district written notice of the assessed seach tax payer in The or before the second Monday from the existing in the today eggs will not sell for more than ten Advertising if on Ifi tl an fco ir n I a t 1 1 nf A of ii nil MKK nut rtH siii f V por The has been entirely different fiom what was expect Fresh eggs coming in this year as early as January ij iH i ly oti A Icr on us The following thots pen of Bode Hear this Then lire some trulla in them and they will be good ior Bw says the famine pressed sortly on the of the people cried Pharaoh for They had a land no 1 hey hud precious raiment and but iio vhey had cem pies of monu meats of art are now the wonder oi tbe But all tlie wealth aud dying with aud cried to the king for eighteen cents the men who atj shall complete list of all tempted the corner of the egg taxes uot paid and certify the market will be It is evident same to the auditor who shall enter them on the list to be collected as other After the clerk made bis certified list of delinquent taxes to the auditor in all road for that and all subsequent years must be paid to the county treasurer as other The county treasurer shall on the last April aud October of each to each township clerk all the road belonging to his superintendents give Township clerks shall give Trustees do not give Trustees do not incur any in for any purpose less same lias been or shall at the time for by a and they have been coming ever thanks to the tine weath Com mission eggs and stor e it is said I being dumped in New York from live to eight cents a and cases of at portion of ibo big hand is being cannot be A I i in iced supply on 1uiidfd to at al It is predicted that eggs sell at retail a Des Monies before another at ten cents a dozen 1 las is and i t i sum mew at several houses this saidi that itwill surely come Capital March The New The new road law passed ibe last General Assembly is to soon go into and the Benefit of those who do not horoly the tne may be of to many oi our The board of township trustees Qf each civil township in this at regular meeting in shall consolidate said township into one road dis and all claims for work done pr materai for purposes prior to the and unsettled shall be Then the trustees shall merge The trustees shall at the Aprii metting determine the rate of property tax to be levied for the succeeding which shall not be less than nor more than 4 miles OQ a They shall determine the amount that shall be days labor doae by man and by a man aud the an additional road tax if not to exceed oce to theboard of supervisors if such tox Clothes LOOK When Theyre Piled Up on a Big You see the difference when you put themon ONE store looks like generally When you see a big lot of clothing piled on to be only a color and Dont stop is something more Ask yourself Who made them IV CO CLOTHING Is DIFFERENT When we give you a coat to try you wii that the cellar fits ers seem molded to your It has a style and dignity that is never found in ordinary and best of all you guarantee that every and the maker guarantees These are qualities yea should seek in your and tke ones ten in And from hundreds of all tie balance of township funds souls cry is going today to the ministers of the we are WB ace not the ql not but Preach to the Christ has strength the succor the for the for the for the Jor the and life for the we would see Tell us what He is to of union our exaltation Kim ol destiny with Give us the bread which comes down Jrom He that me even live alas I he the soul is olien by the offer of MaxwelL for The iuen ov at tempted to corner thb egg mar ket aira now swallowing ono of bitterest doses oJ fin reverse those engaged in the business Thousands dollars are lost or that Baay during tha year into general fund to be expanded under the direction of township The trustees shall order aad di rect the expenditure of the road funds and labor belonging or let to lowest responsible bidder or employ a road superintendent Trustees shall cause both the property and road purposes in road If a superintendent of roads is em ployed it shall dx the term of which shall not exceed one shall the the year tho clerk or road Wo would re that the township direct the to eol the township road pay it on an the have no authority to i no to i receive Trustees not go oa clerk aoad 30 Be town ol lie town ol 1 hat tlie use pt steam boilers oJ any kind be Visa of f Attorney fees Thomas Ordinance 40 ior by of th town ot tho be Amendment To 2 15e It by town of tbo tayn of tlie firt bo to 3 ng of for each met as of with alt members Monday The of last and of Amendment pre 2 On of the and s wass accepted as ftl JT i j low wore 3rosa tox for two years An Betsey Solver Martha Hal Mra On motion the fol lowing changes in assessments were made Olsons Aant lowered from 11400 to STB Ets the peerless remedy and lung cOty aud by the Come pay up ios 25 The reestablished its Kates to from to 15SQ Saod ven from 1800 residence raised Erickson 4 1579 raised an 4 4 acres raised to Weat and South ont May J andi the low of fiare Thu 5 changed ts K I Billiard and of The Abe j to 60 an as Be is 15 raised iron to an On council who and have had aggs ki The is dwe io low Egg this quotations this morning were Thu only tax that can bo work ed out is road poll All he paid to the clerk or road by the town council o3 tke tawn fif Uhat the following I be made to rais ing the Licence of Billiard and Pool motion the elec A as ik big presented and duly that to full Bern had his lafe by sjn full EarL Kings for The He writes I oath to Council men ad froW asd On motion hut you New Discovery gave 1HI Brown elate of For Mill A like doing Ot all west oi Ar Tho following bills me immediate relief and days receiving the tax list pad tele thereafter effected n and a half to eleven cents at up 01cause it to bo done phono Orton aud K Opposite Patent Office
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