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Webster City Tribune (Newspaper) - November 25, 1892, Webster City, Iowa F of A man can get along without adnrtlslng So can a wagon without BUT IT BUNS Do your employes work 24 hours i day A regular advertisement WO11KS WHILE YOU VOLUME WEBSTER HAMILTON NOVEMBER PER Highest of all in Leavening Govt Report Baking Powder PURE BUSINESS Connty Ol In Funks New Webster WESLEY ATTOUNRTATLAW and Colleotlon Webster Office on Second la Crarj Stt Special attention paid to n Mercbintlle Office In Bronnecke Second Webster 3Ctf CHASE Sr ATTOHNBY and Counselors at Webster Office over Freeman Sec ond lOyl ATTORNEY AT Webster A Will practice In all tbe Courts ot Prompt attention given to Ofllco in Kamrara Second Street and Will dons D HU nUYSICIAN AND Ilheumallsm and r Piles a once over llust Gos Webster 49tf front rooms over Medberys Residence 1st Webster JHrSICIAN AND All calls promptly Tyl JHY8IC1AN AND Calls promptly attended to day or be at Blalrsburg every 13t SYRENA Diseases of ladles and children a office and 3rd house west of Baptist Division Calls ans wered day or Itf PHYSICIAN AND Webslor Office in second story of Funks Now over Detlor ft Arthurs Drug Hem dence on tbe corner Immediately north of the Iligb School on Ilank 25K 1869 1888 HOMfEPATUIC Physician unil Offlco Rooms at First between nes Moines and Wlllson Avenue Offlco B to 10 3 to and T to 0 Graduate o Ualinomnnn Itt Bales cried In Hamilton and adjoining counties at reasonable rules Satis faction Services can be secured and dates given by calling at Frank clothing or address VETKIUNAUY Having had four teen years 1 prepared to treat All Diseases of Horses and Calls attend ed day or Charges OIUco at Bnsby It Carrs livery Webster Otf Latest Without GAS Office over Woodworths Real Estate WEBSTER EMMA SKEWIS NEW FUNK Open from 7 to 12 and 1 to 6 All fitting done and orders receiv ed between work Positively no work or orders received after 0 Successor to mt Public Life Fire Insurance lilt home In bis now ofttce opposite Kamrar Wilson Will treat all who give him fair and Can place loans and give bargains In arm or farm drop In on Veterinary at Will Bales drug and Dpmestic Ani of all kinds treated on the most improved principles of the veterinary Teeth clipped or extracted as 40t Graduate Ontario Veterinary THE UELLEN 4 OFFICIAL AND CITY Entered as Secondclans Mall at tho Post Office in Wobster TEKMS OK Ono ono it not paid Onu ono in One ono sont outside of HATES OF One one Local por per line Iowa Savings i Loan Absolute Safety Special Inducements to Bor rower and GK Ronldent and General Solicitor tor Northwestern WOmoewltU Martin WJSUBIIU Mjrl COUNTY Proceedings of the Board of Supervi sors of Hamilton at their Regular K1UST The Board of Supervisors oE Hamil ton met in regular ses sion at the office of the county in Webster on nt Members Taylor and Tnylor was selected to act ns chairman pro and the Board pro ceeded to make an official canvass of the votes cast in Hamilton County at the hist general November and continued with the same until the hour of On the Board adjourned to meet tomorrow morning at eight SECOND The Board met pursuant to adjourn Members McCol chairman Taylor and Kingthe full The Board took up the ofllcial canvass of and completed the with tho result as shown by the official table published and on The following county officers were declared to be duly towlt County Clerk ot County County County Third The proposition of restraining stock from running at largo was adopted by a majority of live hundred and sixty nine The 1oJlowing township officers were declared duly towit WEIISTKIl Justices of the Kuowles and Wiltsey and LYON Justices of the Stevens and Anderson and Township Township Township The following Road Supervisors wore elected District SCOTT Justice of the Hender Olson and Kn lit Township WILLIAMS Justices of the Corbin and To 1111 va Lister and Jfownsblp WKU8TEH of tbe But ledge and Wulstrom and Jo Township The following persons were electee Supervisors District lWilliam 2rJoseph MA1UON Justices of the Carpen ter and and Will iam Township Gustof The followiiiff persons were elected load District LIIIEIITY Justices of the Ford and Stover and Township The following persons were elected Boad District HAMILTON Justices of the Carey and Neese and Chas Township The following persons were elected load District 11 11 iiLAiitsnuno Justices of tlie Bale and Daniel Van Township Bur cli The following persons were elected Zoad District LINCOLN Justices of tbe Nelson and Ji Rings Stafford and George Township Thompson Thomp Holver The following persons were elected Road District 5Peter 7Ole 1SOSK OHOVE Justices of the Dunning mid Township Butledge and Township The following persons were elected lload District CLEAll LAKE Justices of the Dick and Gilbert and Township u The following Boad Supervisors were elected District Brewer ELLBWOUTII Justices ot the Wler and Preskett and Gilbert Township Peter The following persons were elected as Boad District Hoon and G lfc Oakland and 0 11 4Peter INDElKNDKNCB Township Keeler The following persona were elected Road District 8Pred CASS Justice of the Doug Lee and Township Koad District KKEMONT Township Road District 8John KUEEDOBl Justices of the Letts Robblns and Township Road Jensen and After the official canvass was com John King took the oath of ffice as County Supervisor from the Third elected to fill tlio y occasioned by the resignation of On the Board adjourned to neet tomorrow morning at 8 THIIID Board met pursuant to Vll the members On the petition from citizens f Lyon asking for an appro bation to ditch highway between sec ions 20 and in said vas referred to Supervisor On the petition of Bos and for n bridge across Prairie in Wi NWi of section which was referred to Su iervsor Taylor at the last ses lon of this was not On the petition asking for a new bridge on tho Homer and Hooks Point located on the halfsection ine through section was runted and u RQfoot oak bridge is lereby ordered built at said tin ier the direction of Supervisor The Board visited the bridge across the White Fox at the Story and examined into the condition of the On their the Board vis ted the county poor and found everything about the place in good con The Board then examined the work recently done on the White near Felts Here they found a n space along the bank 351 feet in length where feet of oak piling had been These were planked up with 2inch oak plank to a height of about 8 and the piling capped with heavy The largo 111 back of the banking had boon put in by the city of Webster The total expense of his job to the county is Ordered by tho that the peti ion to vacate a public highway begin ning at the southeast corner of the lortheastquarter of section twelve 12 in township eightyseven 87 of Range twentysix 20 of the 5th and thence west on or about the halfsection about onehalf thence north to where it intersects with the now road aid on the quarter line be and same Is hereby and said ilgluvay bo vacated as prayed for and it is further ordered that all old high ways or cross roads that may now run east and west across the south half of he northeast quarter of said section twelve owned by Max be and the same are hereby va Ordered by the that the stock way now built upon the public highway running east and west upon the quar ter line of the NEi of section be maintained in its present size and shape at the expense of Hamilton that the fences running parallel with said highway througli such be kept in repair by John The Board then visited and examin ed the new iron bridge across Brewer Creek at the foot of Willson Avenue in Webster and accepted the same On the petition from citizens of Liberty asking for a 24 foot bridge across branch of the Skunk between sections 23 and 24 in said was referred to Su pervisor to report upon same at next session of this On thepetition for a new bridge across the White at the present site of the Story was referred to Supervisor McCol to report upon same at the nexi session of this On the consent petition foi the vacation of a highway between tin NEi and the SEi of section 1080 was referred to Supervisor B he to report upon condition o same at next session of this On the petition from citizen of Liberty asking for an ap iropriatlon to ditch highway in said was referred to Supervisor On the petition from Scott ind Lincoln asking for an tppropriation to drain swamp on the ownshlp lino between said vas laid on account of there be ng no available funds en tho petition of same nature rom Williams was laid over or the same Tho report of John as to ees received by him for tlin months of September and was re 2elved and On tho Hoard adjourned to meet tomorrow morning at 8 HOUHTU The Board met at i All nembers Supervisor McColloiigh made ils report upon the action he had taken ipon the petition from Fremont town ihip for aid in ditching largo slough in that was referred to him at ho last session of this ilo re lorted that tho work had been com peted at a cost of 580 to tho and the same paid over to road super visor Supervisor McCollough also nade his report upon a 40foot oak bridge built under his direction upon halfsection lino road through sec tion Said bridge was built by Juackenbush at a cost of tho building of a 20loot oak irldge at tho Simon Day In Cass by at a cost of the expenditure of SU1 for re airs upon the Kocky Ford On tho above reports were Supervisor Taylor made his re lovt upon the three small bridges built inder his Ono 20foot oak bridge near in Hamilton at a cost of ono 21foot oak bridge in Ellsworth lio sections 1 and at a cost of and one 20loot oak bridge in Hamilton near Joe lt II COSt Of reported upon repairs made up on throe old near Stone and two near Chas I loons at a cost of This work ivas done by On tho above reports Supervisor King reported upon petition for ditching two large sloughs between sections 24 and n Williams that had been referred to him Ilo had made examination of tho work tnd recommended Unit tho sum of jo allowed on and paid out upon the order of tho ditching of 280 rods on Highway in Williams between sections 29 and and that the sum of be allowed for that the job of ditching in Lin coln referred to him at the last April was completed and examined by the full The work was found to be done in good and the amount of had been ju diciously and satisfactorily that the sum of had been expended in Liberty for ditch ing highway and making same passable between sections 8 and and that said sum had been paid out upon ordci of that tho sum of bo allow ed to petitioners from Hose Grove for the purpose of ditching lilghway between sections 9 and in said Said work has been well and recommends that the vuiount bo paid to township reported upon tho building of an oak bridge 80leet between sec tions 12 and in Lyon Said bridge was built by Quack onbiish at a cost of a 23foot oak bridge on the halfsection line road through Section in Lyon This bridge was built by Riley at a cost of a 40foot oak bridge on the township lino road between Scott and Ellsworth built by Blley at a cost of one pine bridge SUfeet In between Sections 11 and and one oak bridge long be tween Sections 1 and both in Liberty The cost of the pine bridge was and that of the oak bridge Built by the building of a pine bridge 40feet in between Section No 7 in Williams and Section 12 in Blairsburg This bridge was built by Riloy at a cost of the building of a STHool pine bridge In Rose Grove be tween Sections 25 and by L at a cost of the building of a pine bridge 88feet in Rose Grove township between Sections 20 and by B at a cost of the building of an oak bridge 88ifect in Rose Grove township between Sections 25 and ant plank for by Blley tit a cost of the building of an oak bridge 32feet in Liberty near Concluded on Fourth 00 CO J l O I PQ Still We Lead With tho Largest and Most Complete Line of FARM IN NORTHWESTERN Among our many attractions for our farmer friends arc the Celebrated LITTLE YANKEE RIDING The simplest and lightest draft plow in the See it before you Also a full line of Grand Morrison and Fuller Johnson Walking and Riding Never before has our stock been so complete in way of Heavy and Shelf and We arc positive we have what you We have the Method Gasoline finest and most economical worker in the Agency for Reeves New Extension Oscillating Straw Stacker Minneapolis Victory Threshing en gines and horse arc the best goods of the kind Guaranteed in every A Largo and Splendid line of Carriages and In fact we have the finest line of Farm and Spring Wagons in tho including the following cine and Staver Abbot If you contemplate purchasing call and examine our as we are always ready to show goods and CAN SAVE YOU MONEY O O Evans ADAMANT The Perfection of Wall is a Patented or Artificial It is Water Wind Proof and Fire and is Practically It will Save 10 Per Cent in House AS IT IS NON Procure it at the ADAMANT DISTRIBUTING HOUSE of I2tf Office 121416 Second Webster As Fall the Leaves From the Trees after Jack Frost has made his First SO FALL THE PRICES I On Fall artel Winter Dress Boots and Shoes at the Central Goods WE ABE READY FOB BUSINESS The Empire Grocery Company have a full force ready to wajt on you with Good Goods at Low We guarantee Fresh fruits and vegetables re and Joe gtl THE EMPIRE GROOERY
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