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r.^W^ " ' " ,.' "'". · Cedar Township. Brown; Daley clerk-- ' Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Ewin Sundry Person*, fees state vs. ! Theobald I I * f I- 1 1 .-- -» P' IF r 1 i3 EB SESSIOI 1904: Supervisor's Office, Sept. 5, 10 o'clock, a. in. Board of Supervisors me: in regular session pursuant to law. Member^ present. Lininger, Huntoi. Pitl.ck. Hanke and Baloney. Minnies ot IPSI. ii:eeting were r-.-a 1 and approve'": . Alter conbif.enng numerous ;,c-' ! - tions oC va; ,.:;, j.iruls, on reo'ion" .vl- journt.t to 1: M \. in. 1:30, p. m. Board ir.ct pursuant to pC.oi.ri-Kior.. Members all present. Report of fees corercpo - rhp County Aucinor lor the year ending August 31?t was examined and approved. Report of tli-. Lc ;ier's Relief Commission for til,' je?r ending August 31, 1904, was examined ami approved. On motion A. L. Morelpid was elected a member of the Soldier's Reliei Commission to succeed himself for a term of three years. Auditor's report of school loans made and school mortgages canceled ·was examined and approved. Report of L. A. Allen, overseer of the poor of Iowa City for quarter ending August 31st was examined and approved. Report of the County Recorder of fees collected during the quarter ending August 31, 1904, was examined and approved. The assessments of the different railroads, telegraph lines, telephone lines, and express companies certified to by the executive council were examined, and on motion approved and ordered spread on the records of the Board of Supervisors. Official bond of M. Smith as asses- j plans and specifications by this Board i Be it further ' ! Resolved, That this Board hereby ' pledge ourselves that the foundatioa ' of this bridge shall be constructed in the year 1904. | Petition of Katie Klema for the re- j mission of her taxes for the year^ j 1903 and 1904 was granted on . count of being a soldier's widow. j On motion the contract for the erec- I tion of the Scale's, Bend bridge to be ' erected at the Mote Mann's Crossing I was L'-vai-'it-'l to the Iowa Bridge Co. ' of DOS X-'-u. rhe conn act price be- ac-. Clerk Clear Creek Township. Clerk-- P. R. Ford. East L'jcas Township. Clerk--A. B. Hiatt. Fremont Tov/nship. -- Joh T .,,_ in- $S30'X'n. and the chairman of tl/o BoweXm Hoard v,a^ authorixeJ to to sign salU ccntrocr 0:1 '^c-halr' of thecounty. A jea an-I nay \o":e was called for o ntha tt o . o motion, and resulted as i'oiiows: Yeas--j-'i^n^i-r, Pitlick, H loney. T^Q^ 77,,,^,-,. John Jayne. Graham Township. Clerk -- F. A. Beranek. "Hardin Township Clerk-- D. S. 3Iaher. Jefferson Township. Judge-- Ward Strang; C. ' ownsiv , ns-i.. allowing en'.n.rf against the Enu fund, on i y-'or. Board adjourn jd t' 9:30 torpor, or,' morning. Supcni-or's Omce, Sept. 7, 1001. S:30 o'clock, a. m. Board met pursuant TO adjournment, members all present. Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. On motion a 50 cent poll tax was remitted for John Doerres of Fremont township, he being assessed with two polls. On motion adjourned to 8:30 tomorrow morning. ·»:nci:scn To -.nshir. Cleik--Ei nest Myer.-. . T . ^ , . . ^ _ I ^ . . I l ^ . ] | | _ . -- i . Met ll.'; o ^ j iNcvpor- Tov.nsh'p. Judge--Ac 1 aiu Rokik; cler P.oessler. sor of Lone Tree was approved. Petition of G. Herring and others j meat, members all present. for a county bridge between sections 25 and 36 in Lincoln township was referred to the bridge committee. Petiton of James Robinson and others asking that a certain county bridge in Fremont township be moved from its present location to a point about seven rods west. On motion referred to the bridge committee. Petition of "Frank Cerner and others for a county gridge across Turkey Creek in section 14, Newport township, was on motion referred to the bridge committee. Petition of Frank Broz and others for a consent highway in Monroe township, running east from the county line between sections 7 and IS, _· three-fourths of a mile, On motion the prayer was granted. Petition of the Cedar Rapids. Iowa "City Southern railroad company for a change in the Clark's Mills to Cedar Rapids highway near C. Hardys in Penn township was on motion grant-, ed. Petition of Joseph Shalla asking that his assessment be reduced from $1700.00 to S1500-00 on the following property: North half. Lot S, Block 51, Iowa City, and on motion granted. Petition of Johanna Butler asking that her assessment on North' half Lot 2, Block 99, Iowa City, reducer! from $500.00 to $300.00, the prayer granted. Supervisor's Office, Sept. S, 1904. Board met pursuant to adjournment, members all present. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Board spent the fore part of morn- ng session adjusting county claims and on motion adjourned to 3:00 o'clock, p. m. and in the meantime r isit the Poor Farm. 3:00 o'clock, p. m. Board met pursuant to adjourn- j John Tellin presented a petition for the establishment of a ditch through south, half of section 9-78-G, northwest one-fourth section 9-78-C in northeast corner northeast quarter 16-78-6; Lots 2, 3 and 8, in northeast quarter, and in the northwest quarter of section 16-78-6. On motion, Jos. Watson, county surveyor, was appointed to make survey and report to the Counts'- Auditor in the above petition. Board spent the remainder of the Oxford. Cleric--G. A. O'Brien. Penn Township Clerk--T. E. Murphy. Pleasant Valley Township. Clerk--Hart Spencer. Scott Township. Judge--C. A. Hunter; clerk--Michael Murphy. Sharon Township. Judge--C. J. Naggy; clerk--Henry Duerst. Union Township. Judge--Xicholas Scheetz, sr · clerk --E. Fenton. Washington Township. _Judge--Bruce Patterson; clerk--T. N. Wagner. West Lucas Township. Judge--George Ruppert; clerk-- O A. Byington. First Ward. Judge--Thomas Metcalf; clerk--J W. Holland. Second Ward. Judge--G. W. Schmidt; clerks--t Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Johnson, claimed $8 15.. Sundry Persons, fees state vs. j Mack claimed |S 15 I Suj".ry Pei-sous, i«_·.-. j-iate vs. Tranz. claimed 58 13".. Sundry Persons, ft-es state vs" Dempsey. ,-!r 'ivecl SS 15... Sundry Persons, fees state vs'. -Clay Eoyton. claimed SS 15 Sn:id:-y Pe: ion? fees state vs. j Sundry Pi ·-.::-, t^os tate -s. | Jones, elc.in-.3d SS 15 i Sundry Pe:.-ors. fees state vs. r MclJonal'i. claimed SS 15.. 1 Sundry Persons, iees state vs'. Williams, clanne-l "-S i:.... Sun'hv Pei-son 5 ,. fees state vs. j Fun dry Fer~ ns. fees state vs. I Krtcher Sinidiy PCI_OUJ, ices, sca:e vs". Bi-ogan _" Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Brown Sundry Persons, foes state Vs Clark .' Sundry Persons, fees state vs Shea Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Slater Sundry Persons, fees state vs. 7 CO CO 7 00 '7 00 78OO sq. building 021 e of floor space. Store bora street, || F. Hubner and Wilbur Shields. session adjusting county afternoon claims. On motion adjourned to 8:30 tomorrow morning. Approved. Petition of Mrs. Eva Bradley asking a reduction on her assessment on West half of east half of Lot 2, Block 63. On motion, reduced from ?24uO.OO to $2000.00. Petition of F. J. Cochran asking that two certain mortgages be stricken from the tax list, as he did nut liave said mortgages at the time of Said assessment, one for $173.00 and one for -5230.00. On motion the prayer was granted. Petition of Terrence Kinney asking the soldier's exemption of $800.00 on his homestead Lots S and 9 Block 9, Oxford city. On motion granted. Petition of Mrs. Burinek asking a reduction on her assessment on the East one-half of the southwest one- iourth of section 3, 81, 8, to $50.00 per motion the prayer was acre. On granted. The apointnient of Earl D. Bowersox by Treasurer D. A. Reese as temporary Deputy Treasurer, and H. S. "Bridenstine as Deputy Treasurer was approved. On motion the Board adjourned to 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning. Supervisor's Office, Sept. 6th, 1904- S:30 o'clock, a. m. Board met pursuant to adjournment, members all present. Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. A refund of S22.10 was granted Peter J. Weber on account of erroneous assessment on personal property for the year 1902. Petition of Joe H. Springmire aii-1 other taxpayers of Clear Creek antl Union townships for an appropriation of $200.00 out of the county road Supervisor's Office, Sept. 9, 1904. Board met pursuant to adjournment, members all present. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. M. H. Hoffman appeared before the board on behalf of the trustees of Graham township and asked for an appropriation from the county road fund in order to make passable a part of the county line road in Graham township made necessary by the tablishnient of a rural" route ovei said road. On motion §75.00 was appropriate! for said work. Petition of Francis Dtmkel asking for the remission of $11.77 delinquen personal tax for 1900 was reconsid ;red and granted, same having been rejected at a former meeting. Report of County Superintendent Langenberg of Institute Fund was examined and approved. The Johnson County Fair association presented a petition asking for an appropriation of $200.00 to be used by it as provided by law. On motion the petition was granted. Spending the remainder of the forenoon session allowing and adjusting county and poor and poor farm claims On motion adjourned to 1:30, p. m. Third Ward. Judge -- Michael Celik; clerks -Chas. Boarts and Joe Brish. Fourth- Ward. Judge-- Theodore Fautz : clerKs-- Richard Hennesey and Robt. Reese. Fifth Ward. Judge-- G. B. Wright; clerks-- J. J. Keim and Fred Turner. Petition of Henry Walker and others for the repairing of a certain ditch in Fremont township was rejected on account of there being no bond filec; with said petition. was rejected on account of there being no bond filed with said petition." On motion Board adjourned to 9:00 a. m., Monday, Sept. 12, 1904. 9 45 3 75 2 S5 3 75 3 75 Biils LIST OF CLAIMS. Presented fcr Action by Board of Supervisors. the Court and Criminal. B. Rowland, stamps for sheriff ....................... 5 00 1:30, p. m. Board met pursuant to adjournment, members all present. On motion B. C. Chandler was appointed constable of Union township to fill vacancy. Official bond of. E. C. Chandler as constable of Union township was approved. Petition of Jerome Ernst and other taxpayers of Scott township for an appropriation out of the county road fund for the grading down of a certain hill in Scott township was on motion granted $75.00. Spending the remainder of the afternoon session allowing claims against the poor and poor farm funds On motion adjourned to 8:30 tomorrow morning. Supervisor's Office, Sept. ]0. 1904. S:30 o'clock, a. m. Board met pursuant TO adjournment, members all present. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Petition of J. S. Eby asking his is- scssmcnr on 1!)i4 feet off east end of lot 3. block SO. Iowa City, reduced fund to be expended in grading down j from S4800.00 to $'!(!00. on "motion re- ft hill in Clear Creek township ono- duccd to S 5SOO.OO bv recommendation fourth mile south of Wolfe's bridge ! of cirv council. across Clear Creek. On motion ?15'V j Spending the remainder of the forc- 00 was si-anted on condition that r h j | noon allowing claims astainst the court petitioners appropriate the same " ' amount in labor. On motion C. W. Thompson was awarded the coutraci for furnishins coal to the county court house and Poor Farm for the" coming winter as his bid was the lowest. Report of the Clerk of the District collected during the Court of fees quarter ending porved. Adjourned to 1:30, p. m. 1:30. p. m. Board met pursuant to adjournment, members all present. criminal fund, on motion adjourned to ]:.°,0. p. m. 3 :SO, p. m. Board met pummnt to adjournment, members all present. Sundry Persons, court bail* ff ....................... 261 00 F. K. Stebbins, bread and sausage for tramps ........... 5 05 F. K. Stebbins, arrest and trial of tramps .............. 22 05 E- Rowland, cash advanced sundry cases ............. 27 00 S. H. Johnson, oil for jail ____ 1 50 ^ 7 ". T. oSTeander, reporting criminal cases, claimed S25 allowed .................. 15 00 Graham Shaffer, wagonette for grand jury .......... 4 30 J. H. G-atens, meals for jury 6 50 Oakcs Bros,, coal for jail..". 9 95 rej'd John W. Welch, special police claimed $12 00 Graha m Shaffer, patrol wa- 'on, claimed §1 50 rej'd E. Rowland, dieting prisoners 434 22 Martin G-erber, repairs on roof 14 64 Mrs. S. H. Thompson, board, washing etc., claimed $S 00 rej'd W. H. Hawk, printing bar dockets, 2 50 E. Rowland, hack service 1 00 John Greulich, board for jury, 9 75 Jordan Pinney, soap etc., for jail 4 £0 Daniel Leuz, paint and labor 3'ail 7 46 George B. Holbert. services defending- Mrs. Gaullagher Boyd Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Alberhasky Sundry Persons, fees"state" vs Zeigler Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Moore Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Moore ' Sundry Persons, fees state vs". Reynolds Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Scott Sundry Persons, fees state vs" Swllivan .' Sundry Persons, fees state" vs'. Shay Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Woods Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Zeigler Sundry Persons, fees state vs' Gilroy Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Jenkins .... Sundry Persons, fees state" vs". . Donovan Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Rittenmyer Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Trunion Sundry Persons, fees state vs'. Barnes Sundry Persons,, fees state vs. Zeigler Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Price Sundry Persons, fees state vs'. McDermott Sundry Persons, fees state vs McDermott Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Campbell Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Neusbeck claimed $5 45 referred Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Scott, eld. $ 8 4 5 referred Sundry Persons, fees state vs Freizik eld $4 25 referred Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Sedwick eld $4 25 referred Sundry Persons, fees statf vs. Castauek eld $ 9 9 ..." referred E. Sangster, soap for county 3" ail 3 10 COMES QUICKLY. Don't Have to Wait for Weeks. An Iowa City illustration. Waiting is 'discouraging. Prompt action pleases everybody. A burden on the back is a heavy weight. Hard to bear day after day. Harder still year after year. Liftfcg weight, removing the burden Brings appreciating responses. Iowa City people tell of it. Tell how it can he done. Tell of relief, quick and sure. Here is a case of it: P. D. Werts, 128% South Clinton St. photographer, says: "Doan' s Kidney Pills need but to be used to make an advocate of the user. I had two or three attacks of kidney trouble one of them laying me up a week. Hearing about Doan's Kidney Pills I went to H. E. Whetstone's drug store and got AND UNDERTAKING U^der the management of MURPHY wishes to invite the public to visit their new mg- parlors at 120 South Capital street, aad to f tuuerai equipments. They enjov the distinctfor of the most complete and finest funeral cat · and °£ ' the city; also own and operate the only ambulaS ? J'- T h i s a m ^anceisuselfor the ~ and 1S used for nothing else. We a ~ cari ag - for invite you to C *uarantee honorable and BOTH PHONES 79 MURPHY SAMPLE, Props. e's Steam Laundrj| HIGH GRADE WORK Corner Iowa Ave and Linti. st. Phones, Johnson County, 85. Bell, 353, RUPPERT Successors to. . . . . A. T. CALKINS. 2 85 Electric Lighting- and Power, Estimates cheerfully furnished. Motors at'Lo-wrest Prices. OFFICE 116 Iowa Avemie. EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE is the name vridely bestowed upon GRAF'S GOLDEN BREW, which has Deen elected to first place by acclamation. It's the coolest thing that flows, as reviving as a zephyr, and is liquid food to every consumer'. Nothing ever brewed helps more to tone the stomach, promote the digestion, and makes summer a pleasant experience. r Bottled for Family Use it Costs S ·_. but 50c for One Dozen PintBottles 6RAP RRfK n ,JJ NION BREWERY StSa*' DKU3. Oldfand New Phones 65 claimed $140 00 ........... rej'd [ a bos to haTe in ease of need. It was 60 00 00 20 10 1 50 IS 65 ed On motion Hugh JlcCabe was grant: permission to build a hosr WR\across highway on south line of section 13-70-S at about the center of August 31 was ap- j soulh line of southeast quarter sonth- wcst quarter of said section: it being understood thnt Mr. McCabe to boar all expense and assume all responsi- Otto, court reporter W. J. Huff, court bailiff Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Framholtz 13 40 Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Brower Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Harrington Sundry Persons, fees state v^. King Sundry Persons, fees staio vs. Brady Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Patterson umlry Persons, foes state vs. Hall 'uiulry Persons, fees state vs. Brooks lundry Persons, fees state vs. Mason undry Persons, fees state vs. Coupur Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Kelly Sundry Persons, fees stai- vs. Stiner Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Butler Sundry Persons, fees state vs. 10 3 75 2 00 2 00 not long before I required them and the quirk and lasting benefit I derived gives me good reasons to highly praise such a valuable preparation as Doan's Kidney Pill s proved t o be in my case." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. Foster-JMilburn Co. Buffalo, N. T., sole agents for the United States on receipt of 50 cents. Remember the name Doan's and take no substitute. ted: The following resolution was adopd: Be it Resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Johnson county, Iowa. That the chairman of this Board be and he is hereby authorized and instructed to employ a competent engineer to prepare plans and specifications for the construction of a countv bridge across the Iowa river at Mose Mann's crossing; and be it further Resolved, That this Board hereby agree to let the contract for tne construction of said bridge as soon as practicable after the approval of said bilities on account of sucli hogway. Petition of Hugh McCabe and "others for a county bridge one-half mile east of Cosgrove was on motion referred to the bridge committee. Petition of the trustees of West Lucas township for the vacation of the Pitlick highway was rejected. The following persons were appointed to complete the election boards in the various voting precincts thro- t ghout the county for the general election to be held Nov. 8, 1904. Big Grove Township. Judge--Sam Mahaffy; clerk--W. H. Buchanan. Drury Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Triple! t Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Seelman Sundry Persons, fees state vs. 3 75 3 S5 3 35 7 40 Low Rates to St. Louis. On each Tuesday and Thursday during August and September, and also on September 4 and 11, the Rock Island System has arranged very low- rates to St. Louis and return. Full Information can be obtained by applying to the nearest ticket agent and a neat World's Fair Booklet can be secured by addressing Jno. G. Farmer, Division Passenger -Agent, Cedar Rao- ids, Iowa. IOWA HOTEL One block south of State Entrance to the World's Fair. The Best Located -Hotel and Lowest Prices in St. Louis. Room and Breakfast, $1.00 a Day Other Meals to Patrons of the House, 25 Cents. Buildings only two stories high. Newly furnished. No noise No riding on crowded street cars to and from grounds. Take Market Street car goino wes t at Union Station direct to ^te entrance. Get off and look south and you will see the For further information or to engage rooms la advance write to Ans'el Reference: DAILY PRESS, Iowa City, Iowa. Bartz Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Walters 17 10 Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Seelman 3 75 Sundry Persons, fees state vs. O'Donnell 3 75 Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Chapman 3 75 Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Craft 3 75 Sundry Persons, fees state vs. Stepanek 65 43 Sundry Persons, fees state vs. __A Boy's Wild Ride for Life. vvith a family around expecting him to die, and a son riding for life IS miles to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption,Coughs and Colds,W. H. Brown, of Leesville, Ind., endured death's agonies from asthma, but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him. He writes: "I now sleep soundly every night" Like marvelous cures of consumvcion, pneumonia, bronchitis, coughs colds and grip prove its matchless merit for all throat and lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00.Trial bottles free at W.E.Shrader and J. H.Whetetone's drug stores. Delivered to all parts of the City, in Kegs and ^ Bottled. Telephones, New, 180, Old, 81. K»»tA*K.t:s«. GEO. BAJLLUFF, io^

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