9-5-1903 John Kerf at city council
good too and in X/ydia a doctor: I was my After the petition was "bumped n-any leading citizens \\lio hat 5 , been present to see what happened to prayer, lett the hall--without saying word to the council. Other business transacted coui cil last Light by IV Jos. He'mer asked for a correction of his assessment, he being taxed a namesake's property. Ed Yavorsky and-D. W. Snipe prayed for the cor- of their taxes Granted. | tlj c bill Peter H Holzhauer asked for a s doj n Avalk on the west side oi the cemr tery road, floating Lot 22, Blk. 4 W Lot 6, Blk. 2. Dewey's addition R fened to committee on Sidewalks. f duced Herman J. Helmer, a fireman, ! Â«- , ,.,_ ._ to have his poll tax cancelled ed. James W. Dvorsky presented :Â· claim for $20. averring that 320 feet of hjs cement walk had been The petitioner of his date: damaged in moving spoke in explanation Councilman Yavorsky favored paying j women his and the claim and taking the money out of assistant City Engineer Cochraue's sa'ary. Councilman Hanley thought tup claimant" ought to be paid. He saici he believed, too, that other errors similar character have been made and that all just claims of damaged inoperty-owners ought Â·good. "- - to be made rem- him The matter was finally referred to the committee on sidewalks O W. Emmons prayed for tlie remission remission of his poll tax, alleging physical physical disability. He declared that tue SUB hurt him so much he could not work. Councilman "Weber suggested O C 3 -- ."Â»v\* that he be given -work in the shoveling snow. Referred (needed storm John Kerf prayed for the remission! of his taxes, being 82 years old Tlle Â·"- J "~ - - - - ' it and desirability tc indigent. Granted. Dr. Otto Kuntze prayed for the reduction reduction of the assessment on mmer als that were in his possession, biu which did~not belong to him. as ho was holding them for other people, whom he bought them. He believed his, assessment ought to be but $50.) and not from $3.00 to ?3,GOO as it has been. Referred to committee on claims. D. W. Shipe prayed for the' correction correction of his taxes. Referred to committee committee on claims.