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Buffalo Voice, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1905, Buffalo, Wyoming VOLUME XXIII. Z.T. STQCK8, UNDERTAKER A fall Line of Burial Robes and Undertaker's Supplies of all Elegant Hearow funerals. Every modwn oonrenUnw for oontlaotihg fnnersbi, DiH' br Mitt ApprwJ Mitfeod FaTNBBAi NOBIH MAIN ST., BUFFALO, WYO. 1 1 BUFFALO VOICE -I'1 '--I.... BUFFALO, JOHNSON COUNTY, WYOMING, SATURDAY, jULY 15, 1905. NUMBER BITi Market price paid for butchers vr-' stock and produce. BOOTH MAIN 8T B0PFA1G. WVO. JAS. C. DAHLMAN. Pret. A ED. CAHOW, Vice Pros. J. W. CBIBBLB LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, SO. OMAHA, CHICAGO. Qffalo met this day In regular month- Present: His, honor, the mayor, Cub, .Oliver, and Van- Absent: Trustees minutes of the previous meet- igs were read and approved. The regular monthly reports of the eaaurer, marshal, police justice and erk were read, approved and ordered filed. Comes now Bernard Beer and asks permission to grade A street, lot 16, Hi, ook 9, down to the creek, all work Ming done at his expense. Permission ae granted by the following vote: yes: 'Baker, Cash, Oliver, oes, none; absent, now C. F. Lucas and makes pplfcatlon for the purchase of lot tblr- n (IS) In block forty-seven (47) In i BUrllngton additlnn u> the City of uffalo, the Initial payment of ten (111) ollars accompanying the application, a motion the mayor and clerk were istrnoted to draw contract lease in avorof said C. P. Lucas for the forcgo- g described lota. Vote on said mo- on being as follows; Ayes: Baker, Ash, Oliver, Vanatta--4. Noes, none; baent, Comes now Fred Coble and makes >pUoatlon for the purchase ol lots neteen (19) and twenty (20) In the ark addition to the City os Buffalo, e Initial payment ol ten (10) dollars accompanying the application. Ou mo- on tbe mayor and clerk were Instruct- I to draw contract lease In favor of said Fred Coble for the forepoing de- lota. Vote on said motion be- g as follows: Ayes: Baker, Cash, liver and Absent, Gos- itt-1. Comes now George and Jesse Hlllyer id makes application for the purchase 1 lot twelve (12) block thirty-alt i tbe Burlington addition to the City 1 Buffalo, tbe usual prloe of fifty (80) ollara accompanying the application, nd asks that to the above de- ribed 'lot be executed In their favor. n motion the mayor sod clerk were strncted to execute deed for the aregolnf described lot In favor of said leorge and Jena Blllyer. Cornel now Zella Baldwin and asks tat the contract lease for lot eight (8) fOrtj-abt (48) DIRECTORS: JAKES 0. ,DAHUIAN. L M. HUMPHBKY. En. CAHOW, Cattle Salesman. TSEO, TlliOTSOH, Cattle Salesman JIH CLABBY, Hog Salesman. GEO. HOUSMAN, Sheep Salesman. SOUTH OMAHA. NEBRASKA. GLASSWARE Plain, Fancy and Cnt HaviUnd, French and other oy ware.. Plain and Ornaments! FURNISHINGS vrj Ail kiods.pf Lfldiey NOTIONS Noti iflry i lotiooi) Toys, Etc.. THE FEED SIlLt SHU, Opposite Occidental Hotel.. A. J. REAMER, Prop. BUFFALO i t WYOMIN DEALER IN Fine WiusSr-Ups and Cigars- H. Opposite Prop. iH'% Wyoming THE VOICE HUNTS THE NEWS. PROCEEDIN6S, TATZ or WTOUINO, City of BuflMo, I ss. Council Cbainber, I Wyo., July The board ol trustees of the City of principal, Interest ant) commission. Motion prevailed by the following vote: Ayes: Baker, Oliver. Canto, Vanntta 4. noeK, none; abgont, 1. The petition ol W. J. Thorn Co In regard to water supply the Hamll- too addition, was and referred to the proper committee. Said commit- tee, aftor due oonilderatloa, reported that no action could be taken uotlt the Hamilton addition wuw admitted within the corporate limits ol the City of Buf- falo. Comes now Geosre J. Holt, city sessor, anil presents the assessment roll tor the year 1805, duly compiled and certified in as required the ordin- ance. OD motion the assessment roll was accepted and the eleventh and twelveth days ol .July. IswTi, were ap- pointed as tbedayn on whvlj the board of trsstees will muet as board ol equalization. The following were audited, al- lowed and warrants ordered drawn In payment of aame: Name. What C. B. labor on main. t 2 50 C. B. Cla rlf, labor on main 5 00 James Clark, labor on main___ 38 76 James Clark, labor on main___ 5 25 Adame Young, by Charles Lowe, labor OB main 55 76 Charlie Lowe, labor oy main... 650 L. M. Clark, labor on main JXi 25 L. M. Clark, labor on main.... 5 00 Buffalo Manufacturing Co., lights.................... 95 70 Thomas Worth, labor on main.. 10 00 George J Holt, city clerk, sal- ary and expense............. 3975 Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Co., telephone rent......... 1550 Geo. J. Holt, by Matteson, labor on street.................. 2 50 E. T. Deter, city marshal, sal- ary and expense 70 65 Tom Vanatu, labor on street... 6 00 W. H. Wllkerson, seiton, sal- ary........................ 50 00 Cbarles Backus, labor an main. 5 00 J. L. labor on street... 6 50 Serb Vnnatta, labor on street 15 00 Hayden M. White, printing.... 31 90 A. J. Reamer, Hvery fl 00 Big Horn Trans. Co.. freight... 203 12 3uffalo Uwd. Co., material for water..................... 13 50 'has. Backus, laboroa inaiu___ 54 35 J. H. Hager, salary.......... 05 00 ?rank Gatchell, surveying___ 350 J. C. Montgomery, labor on main....................... 50 00 There being no further business the COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS, STATE or WYOMINO, i County of Johnson, ss, Office ol the County C'.erk. BUFFALO, Wyo., July 5, The board of oonnty commissioners met this day In regular session, there Mini; present: T. J. Gardner, Thomas Vanatta and A. C. Warbnrton, Com- missioners, and S. B. Cocbran, clerk, the following proceedings were had, to-wlt: Tho minutes of the meeting held April 4th to 8th, were read and ap- proved. Tbe following claims against the county were presented, audited and lowed and warrants ordered drawn therefor: Name. What for Clslm'd Allowed R. M. Kennedy, sheriff, salary..............137500 1375 00 R. M. Kennedy, sher- 1ft, expense......... 4520 4020 Jobn Kaltenbach, un- der sheriff, salary and expense.........250 90 250 95 toff BTATK OT-WTOMING. lyment of the ten dollars wbloh has made on Bald lot be applied on lot nine (9) block forty-seven (47) in the uriington addition. On motion lease as ordered cancelled and clerk in- tructed to draw warrant for ten (10) ollars ond apply to lot as stated above. rote on Bald motion was as follows: lyes: Baker, Cash, Oliver and Vao- Noes, none; absent, Comes now Edith Metvalf and asks bat contract lease for lot seven (7) lock foryr-e'T (48) In the Burlington addition to the City of Buffalo be can- celled, and makes application for the urchasa of lot (8) In block forty 49) Burlington addition, and asks that the payment ol the ten  dollars wbloh baa been made on lot p] be n ro- lled to lot 8. On motion lease was or- ered cancelled, application accepted nd the olekr instructed to draw var- raut (orthe sum of urn dollars and apply as payment on lot as above stated. on said motion was as follows: ,yes: Baker, Oliver, Cash, Vanatta Noes, none; absent, Comes now the committee on city roperty and recommends th t J. B Steward he given lot ten, block forty toe In tbe Burlington addition to the City of Buffalo, In place of lot 2, .N. 15 eet of i, which hj now holds, and 'hiah bv mistake was located In Clear reek, On motion tbe clerk was in trneted to execute deed in lavor o said J. B. Steward for lot ten, block orty-nlne, provided he gives to tb Ity a quit Claim Deed for lots 2 N. 15 eet of lot K In block forty-five, Hart addition. Vote on aaid being aa follows: Ayes: Baker, Oliver, Cash, Noes, none; absect, GOT It appearing to the board that the ollowlng wawr rates were erroneously I, they were on motion ordered caooflled: No. J. J. Cash.......... I 1 00 No. John Hill............ 3 50 No. George Blllyer..... 5 00 No. H. n. Loller........ 1 00 No. Pollard............ 1000 No. John Stanley........ I 00 No. L. Benfl............ 100 VoMontatd motion follown- ATM: Baker, Cub, Ollrer, Vanatts -4 noes, none; abaent. It appearing to Uie board that the following named payers were tr- roaaova sascuril for 1904, tbe; lo the amounts named; Ellen Taylor, personal property ......WOO 00 John Birker, X50 00 VoM oo motion being ai follows: ATM: Baksr, Oath, Ollrer, Mow, tbtttt, It WK mored tfctt a warrant be or- dered drawn lo lavor of A. W. Ken- nedy, city tmranr, In the tarn of two MMDly and li'rty hnn trttkf la of County of Johnson, I, George J. Holt, City Clerk of tbe said City of Buffalo, In the state as aforesaid, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true, correct and complete copy of the proceedings of the Board of Trustees of said city on the day above mentioned. j Witness my hand and seaj SEAL, r of said city this oth day of board of trustees then adjournd. 'July, 1905. CKO. J. HOLT, City Clerk. BTATK OF WYOMING City of Buffalo, Council Chamber, We, BUFFALO, July 7, liiiii. the undersigned, being the Board of Trustees then adjourned. STATB OF WYOMING, City of Buffalo, KS. Council Chamber. I, Geo. J. Holt, City Clerii o( uid City ol Buffalo, in the State as afore- said, do hereby certify that the above nd foregoing la a true, correct and complete copy of the of the Board of of said city on the day above mentioned. Witness my hand and goal of SEAL. .'Mid City this 7th. day of July 1905, Geo. J. Holt, City Clerk. Do you know that you can increase the value of your home by PAINTING and at the same time make Buf- falo a pretty place? We can help you in this with our URGE STOCK OF PAINTS. BETTER Mil tKD GET FIGURES ON MR JOB. Mayor and the majority of the Board of Trustees of the City of Buffalo. Wyom- ing deeming it urgently necessary, hereby oall a special meeting of said board to be held in the Council Chamber op Friday evening, July 7th. at eight o'clock for the purpose of considering tbe petition of W. J- Thorn Co. to admit certain described lands within the corporate of the city of Buffalo, and the transaction cf such other business may properly come before the meeting. Signed: ALVJN HRN'NETT Mayor S. BAKKR Trustee j R H. OLIVER J. J. CASH W. GOS3ETT Attest: G. J. HOLT, City Clerk. Itoil ca.l resulted tu> follows: Present: His honor the Mayor, Trustees Baker. Cash. Goiselt, Oliver Absent: The petition of W J. Thorn A- Co.. praying that certain described lands be admitted trlthin the corporate limits of the city of Buffalo and it wat moved by Trunter Oliver thai paid petition bo published as required by
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