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Alfred Ueckert motored to O~ndlve on business Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zook ted Mr. land Mrs, Bob Kramer attended a card party at the BOb Zook home Wedneed~ night. Leonard Treater, Bob Krgmer and Jrneat Peldmann attended a board meeting at the St. Paul,s Lutheran church Tuesday. Visitors at the ~ Ueckert home ~evening wereMr, and Mrs. Mr. lh~Dde ~ of Mandan. claim zepreeen~tive for the 8tats Fm~n Mu- ~~urgnce Company, spent two with Alfred Ueckert In this com- munlty assisting Alfred In claim work. correspondent regrets on~tting In last weeks news the return of Mrs~ Jo~rKUkOw~ fr0m Wlnena, Minn. . and Mrs. Paul ~ were ~llem at the h~ne of Mr. and Mrs. Ueekert Wednee~ eventng. PeldmeJm MelDed Mr~ l~ank I~k th~ we~ with csnn~ meat. Otto Nordtn was a businms slu~pp~ k ~ e~atr~y Sttmm~ Mr. andMrs. Altred Ueckert and Sh~mum ~ W~a~ ~ ~. ~r. and M~. ~ Trmt~ sad ~mdly were guests o~ Mr. and Ms~ Wlmam P, oea~r Sunday. ~r. and MrL C~de Polley and m~, itot~ State Employment Service will IZflp him find a Job, but he will not h eligible for Jobless benefits. Phom~ Your News go n of 601V~ in the fJtate of N~th l~- kota at the close of business on D~ember 81, 19H, I. Loans an~ dl~otmt~ ~In~png $45.|, o~er- meet obligations, dl- ~t ann ffuarante~ None ~. Ob~fl~tions of ~t~tss and politkal eut~l- visions ........................ ||2.?1 4. Other bonds, aot~. nnd debentures ....... .~ 6,000.4)0 5. Corporate stocks (in- of F~der~t ~eserve ot,hea,, hanke, ln~ud- lng reserve hala~- ees, and cash lts~s in 1~rocees of collect- ion ............................. 20,490.94 "A ]~nk premises own- ed $1,000.~0, furniture and fixtures $500~00 ...... 1,500.00 (H~nk premises owned are subject to $ None liens not anumed by ~.l"-"~a'l) estate owned other than bank Pre- mises .............................. $.500.00 9. Investments and oth- er gssets indirectly representing bank. premises or other ,rea~ estate .... ....................... None I0, ~uatomers' liability b0 ~hls bank on ac- ceptances outetand- Inz ................................ None II. ephor assets ................ None 12. Total Assets ................ 88,577.43 LIABILI~I]~S l& Demand deposits of individuals, i~rtner- hips and corporations 20,219006 14. Time deposit e o f to s~urs del~tR~ and ' ' other llabtli~ie~ .~-- None (h) Other as.set~ pledge~. '~o secure oe~o~ItS anu other li~bllitia~ (in- cluding notes and bHl~ rediscounted &~d ae- curltles sold under re- purchase agreement) None (c) Assets pledffed to qualify for excise of fiduciary or corporate powers, and for pur- poses other than to seure liabilities .......... None ld) Securities loaned .... " N e e) TOTAL ................ No~te 32, Secured and prefer- red liabilities: (a). D epooofllts secured 'by pteegeu assets purSu- ant to requirements of law ............................ None (b) Borrowings scour- ed by pledged assets (including redisoonn%s and repurchase a~ree- ments) None ' (C) Other "lia'l~]li'[les'"'~e~ cured by pledged /to- None set~ .............................. None (d) DepOsits prefer r d under provisions o f but not secured by pledge of assets ........ None (e) Total ............................ None $$. (a~ Unpaid . dfvi- denus o n prezerred stock and unpaid ln- ~tersst on capital notes and debentures, ac- crued.to end of +islet di- Vidend or interest per- led, not included In liabilities or rsserves ~bove ............................ None (b) Ot~er obligations not inclu4ed in item:Z4 whl~n are eubordl ated to elalm~ of de- pesitors and other ore- dttora ............................ None $4. (a) On date of r0port the required leKal re- ser~e against depos- its of this bank waS 9.890.L~ (h) Assets reported ~b- 9YP whic.h were stra- ddle g~ legal l~eerve amounted .to ........... 25,919.6~ I. J. I~ Tschl--'~'~ of the above- named bank, do solemnly swear that the t~oye otatement l~ true, and that it felly and ~orr~tly re- presents the .tr.ue state o f~ soY: oral matters herein oonr~tln~ Imo set ford;h, to the best of my know ledge and belief. Correct-attest; J. I~ TSCHIDA, LeOn EL Kremere, J. I~ Tsohlda, Directors State of North Dgkota, County of Golden Valley as: ~worn to and subscribed before me th~ Sth day of JanmurY, 1995, and I hereby ~erUfy ~h~t I s~n not an officer or director of th~ b~nk. BEATRIClm- E. T8C9~ Notary~ Publl~ M~ commission expires June 20, 1941: _ _ 1988 ~snn 1, e an ~d tats t,, dra~bs) ..- ~.-..~ ..... $ 41,85,4O meet 0bll~Uon~, di- " 0 rtet ~md g~x~;nteed ..... $|..~.0 8. Obliga t.[on~ of Statu and l~Olltlc~s aubdivis- Lone ........................ 1,995.85 4. Other bond~ notes None and do~b~ntur~ ......... 5. Corporate ~toeke (in- otuotng $ No stock o~ Federal Reserve bg~k) ~80~00 9. Cash, b~ianoes with other b~nk~, lnclud- reserve balances, and items in process of collection ....................... 17"01&14 7. Bank premises owned t5"060.00 turniture and fixtures" 11,V90.9[ ...... ~,840.95 (B~nk prem~ own- ed are strbJeot to ~ .No liens not assumed DF bank) 8. Real estate owned other than bank preo raises ................................ I0,$50.00 9. Investments and oth- er assets indlr~tiy re- presenting bank prom- l~es or othea- real es- tate ................................ None 10. Customers' llablH~p~O this bank on t- anees entstsmdln~ .... None II. Other ~m~ts ................ None 12, Total A~mets ................ ~ I0~,$|5J4 LIABILITIE~J 13. Demand deposits of individuals, paxtner- ships, and corpora- tarns ................................ ~1,714.18 14. T~me depoalts of in- dividuals, p~r tnershlps, and corporations ........ $4,404.$~ 10. Deposits of United States Gnvernmeut in- cluding postal ear- l+:ot~r depOsl~ (~+: tilled and officers' checks, etc ..................... None 19. Total Deposits $70,692.23 20. Bills payable, redls- counted, and other li- abilities for borrowed ~oneY ............................ None Z1. Mortgages or other Hens, $ None on bank premises and $ None on other real estate .. None 22, AcOeptances executed by or for account o this ba~k and out- standing .................... None 23. Other liabilities ........ None 24. Tot~l Liabilities (not including obligations sh*own in item 22) ...... 70.99~.25 individuals, partner- CAPITAL ACCOUNT ships and corporations $4,821.80 25. Capital .......................... 25,900,90 15. Deposits of United 26. Surplus ......................... 7"000.00 n t 27. Undivided profits ........ 79.11 ~lt~nct~u{~GOV e r n m e nc ud ng postal saY- 28. Reserves (and retire- legs) ............................. None ment account for pre- 16. Deposits Of States ferred captt~l) ............ None a~d political subdlvl- 745 $9. q~tl Capital Ac- ~tona ................................ 7.e ~ count ................................ 32,572.11 17. Deposits of banks .... 5,000.00 18. Other depoei,t~ 30. Total l~blllties and (certified and officers Capital Account .......... 109.26~.$4 cheeks, et~,) ............ ~... 158.75 Th]s bank's capital oonsi/rt~ Of. 10, TOTAL DF~OSITS ~[~|,844,85 $I,000.~0 of capital notes one 20. Bills payable, redle- debentures; first prefe1-~ed stock counts, &nd other lie- with total par valhe of $10,005.0.0 btllttos for ~orrowed retirable at $10,00~.00; seeonu money ............................ None preferred stock with par value 21, ~Mort~a~rss on other of $ None, re~ra~e al~ $ None; liens. ~ None o1% bank and common s~ock with total premiss and. $ None . par value of $15,000.00. bn other Peat estate .... ~one 22, Accel)taneps execut- MENoRANDA ~d by or ~;or account 31. Pledged assets (and of this bank and out- standln~ ........................ None securities I o a n e d) (book value) : 25. Other liabilit/es ...... $.021.I$ (a) U. S. Governmen~ - obligations direct and 24. TOTAL L I A B I L I - guaran,teed', pledged to TIES (not Including other liabilities ........ None pt~]lgations shown m secure deposits and ~m 33) ........................ 65,865.45 (b) Other a~sets pledged ~o secure deposits and ~APF/'AL A/~3OUN~r other lt~btl|tles (in- ........................ 15,000.00 %000.00 $7.35 r~=" ~re- 6~4.93 TAL 22,711.98 stock None, corn- value $15,000.00 ~on Meets (and oaned) ciud/ng n o t es and bills rediscounted and securities cold under repurchase a g r e e- ment) ............................ None (c) Assets pledged to qualify for exercise of fiduciary or corporate powers, and for pur- poses ot~er than to secure liabilities ........ None ~d) Securities loaned .... None (e) Totat ............................ None 32. Secured and prefer- red liabilities: (~) U.I S. Government obligations, direct ana guaran,teed, pledged to secure deposits and other liabilities .......... None (b) Other assets pledg- ed to secure deposits a~d other llabIIIties (ln~|udtng nots~ and bills redl~ounted and securities under r - Purchase ~greemeut.. None 273E GOIDEN VALLEY NEWS (c) Other liabilities so- cured by pledged aseets .... : ........................... None (d) Deposits preferrer1 under pro~is~ons ox law but not 8eoured by pledge of assets .. None (e) Total ....................... None ~2.. (a) Unpaid divi- oends on preferred stock and unpaid in- terest on capital notes and debentures, ac- crued to end of last dividend or interest ~n erlod, not tneluded liabllities or re- serves above ................ 2,172,60 (b) Other obllgations not incuded in item twenty-four which are subordinated to claims of depositors and oth- er creditors .................. None 34. On date of report the required legal reserve against deposits of thls ~ank was .................. 10,695,84 (~b) As~ts ,reported a~bove which were el- IKlble e~ legal reserve amounted to ................. 40,718.14 I, J. P. Jordan. C~shier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statemen~ is true, and that it fully and oorr~t~ represents the true state of the ~v- oral matters herein contained and set forth, to tho best of my know- ledge and belief. Oorreet-attest" J. P. JORDAN, E~ R. Kennedy, J. 1", Jordan, Directors, State of North Dakota. Count~ of ~alley, as: Mworn to an~. subscribed he, re me tl~ts" Tth d~F~ of January, 19~$ an~..I hereby certify that I am not an offi- cer or dlre~tor of tbls bank, GUY LEE, Notary Public. My eonxmisslon expires Aug. $9, 1540~ IN THE MATTER OF THM ~- ATE OF ANSON V. COWEm. e]~d OWN AS A. V. COWEE, Dsoa~. NOTICE is hereb~ given by the underslgned_Ex~eu~lx of the Idmt Will a~-d estgte of Anson V. Cow~ ~lso known as A. V. Cowe~ l~t~ of the Town of Wlbdtux in the Count~ of Wlbaux and State of Montana. d~eased to the creditors of. and all l~reona having Iglms a4~aln~t e#Ad deesd~nt to exhibit them with the neceiry vouchers within six months after the first publio~tion o~ this notice to said ~xecutrlx at tho office of lea M, ~tlll her Resident Adrent In the City 9f Beach in Oolden Valley ~ounty~ ~or~ J.q~o~ or to the County Judge ~f said County. NOTICE is hereby further ~Ivon that the time and Dlaee fled !~" the Court for ha~rin~ and s~Jus~ such claims ere the 18th d~ ~/ JulYo 1959 at ten o'clock A. w in the Court "'Rooms of the uounty Court In the Court House fn the ~IW of B~teh in the County of Golden Valley a~d State of North Ds~ota. Dated this 4th day of J~n~y. 1011, CLARA COWmuE(rix" Ke~=l~e+ & K~thfeld, ]Bxeeu ~ttozmeYe ~or ~l~eUt~z. roach, ~Cth* D~kota. 6th ~lrSt pu~Je~eJ0n on the day of Janu~ 1t~9. Jan u&ry 5-12-15 ~ii~,~ i~ ~wr~---'- IN THE MA"~--~ OF THE I~- TATE OF Josephus R. Buyer. Do- ce&~ed. . No tfce is hereby given b~r the uuo aerslgned. Peter Thompson, Ad~n- ~str&tor of the F~tate of Joeepn~s R. ~oyer. late of the ToWnship_. ~f ~eaoh In the County of Golden vsu- Icy and State of North Dakota, d~- ceased, to the creditors or. ano au ~ersons having claims a~nst. Said Deoeased, to e~tiblt them With n~- ~. vouek~ts, within six monthe after ~ first publl~Uou of notice, to said Administrator at the offl0e of Keohsne & Kuhfeld tn tim City of B~goh in enid ~olden Val- ley County, or to the Judge _of the County Court of Golden valley County at the office m the uott~ House in the City of Beach. ~old~n Valley County, North l~kots. You are heret~y further notified that Hen. A. ~ ~tlen, Jlld~ of the County Court within nnd-~6r the count, o~Goldeu vnn~y. ~ st~ of ten o e~oek in the zor~noon oz said day. at the CoUrt l~oms, bt the Court House In the City oz Beach in said County and ~tato, the time and place for hosting and aJusting all cl~glrrm a~inst th_e ca- tats of the said JosephUS It. ~oyer, Deceased. which have been duly and regularly presented+.as hereinb0fora provided. Dated January 3rd. A. D. 1959. PET]~I~ THOMPSON, Administrator of the Estate of Josephus,&Buyer. First publication on the +Sth day of Januar~ A. D. 1929. Keoh&ne & Kuhfeld, Attorneys for Administrator. Beach, North I~kota- Janua~ 5-12-19 NOTICE TO (~k%]~D]~OR~ IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF Samuel J. Lee, De~eas- ed. d Notice is hereby given the un- by. erstgned, administrator oz the es- tats of Samuel J. lee late of the village of Sentinel Butts in the County of Golden Valley 8J~d Stato of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons hgv- ink claims against 8aid deepened to exhibit them with the neoessarY vouchers, within six months after the first public.t/on of this notice, to said administrator at his office in the City of Beach in eald Golden Valley ~oun~:~. or to the Judge of the County Court of ~olde~ ~all~ County, at his offlee m the uour~ House in the Cit~y of E~m~h, Golden Valley County North Dakota, .~.. You are hereby further nouztea that Hen. A~ E. K~stlen, Judge of the County Court wlthln and for the ~ounty of Golden Vglley, ano State of North Dakota. has flied the tenth d~ of July JL D, 1959, at the hour of ten o'clook in the forenoon of said day, at the.Court Rooms. in the ~ourt House In T~Ue Ctt7 oz Beach in said County and ~tat~ as. the time and place for hegnng one adjusting all claims againet the estate of the said I~tmuel-J. Lee D~ cogged, whioh have be~n du~y and regularly pr~ntsd as hereinbefore provided. Dated DeCember 2?th A. D. 1958. GUT LHH, Adminlstrator of the es- tate of Samuel J+ lee, deceased. First publication on the Z9th day of December A. D. 1938. Dec. 29 Jan, 5-12 CITY COUNCIl PRO- C[[DINGS Regular meeting, Deeember 5th. 193~ The CZty Council of the City of Beach met in regular session on Monday, December 5th. 1938 at which meeting Mayor H. H. Hal- s,tead and Alderman John Brown, T. L. Dlck/nson, R. W. Johnson. M.P. Lovgren. H. R, Thompson and W. H. %Voodhull were present, Meeting called to order by Halstsad. The minutes of the lng of November 7,th cial meeting of November read Moved by Brown and Woodhull ~tha,t the minutes proved as read. Motion carried The following coneldered: Bowman County, N. Patrol Grader, 225.00; Jack Calla- han, Transporting grader from Rhame, $10.00; Golden Valley News, publishing proceedings, $8.96; Earl Jones, Janitor work, $2.50: Mrs. Mac Baxter, Meals for Election Board, $4.$4; Park Cafe, Meals for Elec- tion Board, $6.27; M. L. Walker, Meals for Election Board, $2.75; C. Bartholomew. Fertilizer for park, $12.00; Panama Carbon Co.. Carbon paper. $3.00; Johnson Motor Co., gas and ell for transient. $.67; Earl Jones, Setting up Election booths, $2.00; N. W. ]~ell Tele. Co. local ser- vice, $2.55; G. Gllbertson, office rent, $30.90; C. O. Halvorson. Salary, $40.00; Clerk hire, $10.00; M. L. Lop- ell, grader expense, $4.72; H.H. Halste~d, grader expense, $11.77; Car expense, trips ~o Rhame, $8.40; The Texas Co., Kerosene and grease f$.94; C. O. Stuart_ labor on snow ence, $1.25; Ed. Kveck, Labor on snow fence, $1,25; L. A. Turnbull, Labor on snow fence, $1.25; L. J. Erickson, Special police, $85.00. Beach Vol. Fire Dept. 2 fires, $54.- 00; N. P. Ry Co., Bent,'Flre hall site 6 me., $7.7G; M~nt.-Dak. Utilities Co., street lights, $115.94; Power for pumping, $59.69- lights, gas pump- house $7.71. Fire hall $8.~0" City hall, '$21.87;' Ins~talling heater In hall, $3.10- Smith Service Station, gas for transient, $.41" for truck, $4.60; floor gla~e $7.65. 'J. H. Lindt, pamtlnghydrant's and' flag pole, $14.00; ~H. ~. Lovell Implement Co., CYlinder bead for grader. $45.05; 14arp ~ros., t;oal for hall. $10.76; Sorensen Machine Shop, repairing tools, $3,00; Sawyer Hardware. Sup- pnes for hall $5.14; Jack Callahan, Band and gravel for hall, $31.39; M. L. Lovell, Salary, $126.00; Eng/ne- ering fee, $25.00; grader expense $1.28; T. A. Gilman, ~)raYage, g25.57~ Fullerton Lumner Co., cemen~ and lime zor hall $$$.80; Oiaus Riehovd, plumblhg In hall, $09.05; N. l~k Workmen's ~?omp. Bureau, Premium $120.65; G. V.. Lumber Yard, brick and tile zor nell, $553.92; Lumber, $59.87. Moved by Dickinson that ~he bills be allowed as read and that war- rants be issued on the various funds in payment thereof. Motion second- ed by WoodhulL Roll being called Brown. Dickin- son, Johnson. levgren, Thompson, and Woedhull voted "aye." Mo- tion Carried. Moved by Dickinson and second- ed by I~rown thwt the sum of $512.17 %e transferred from the Paving.Levy Fund to the Paving District No. 1 Fund. Motion car- ried, all voting aye. . A .Plumbers Bond filed by the montana-Dakota Utilitles Co., in the sum of $2,500.00 with the National Surety Co.. as ~urety was present- ea ror approval. Moved by Dickinson and seconded 'by Johnson that the above bona be approved as to sufficiency, same haying been approved by the City Attorney as to form. Motion carried, all ~oting aye. ,z was agreed that the sum of $25.00 be allowed for special Christ- mas lighting. . Motion to adjourn was made by t~ovgren an~ seconded by Thomp- son. carried. Attest: C. O. HALVOR~ON, City Auditor. lrI. H. HALSTEAD ayor. . M.! January 3, 1939. 9:00 A. M. The Board of County Commissioners met In regular session pursuant to gd- Jodnment with all members pre- sent. The ROard proceeded to the clue- tlon of a chairman for the year 1939. Motion was made by Com- missioner Odland and e~onded by Commissioner Wesepka that M.C. Tescner a~t as chairman of the Board for the eneuing year: Upon being put to a vOte Commtssionsa. Odland and Wo~Dka vote6 ~', Tescher not votinE. Motion was declared carried. Mlnutss of the pro~eedlng quarter were read and approved. The following bills were audited, approved and ordered paid by the Board of COuntY oo~nmlesioners, sub- Ject to personal property taxes due and delinquent. Golden Valley Lumber Yard, Wire for county ~rd .... 24.18 Chester GaSho. ro~ddrs~- J. ~g ~i~t~t'""'~i"~ir-~= n.vs bridge .............................. 1.00 Dunham Lumber Co, Lum- ber and bolts for bridge 11.76 John M. Haugen, work on bridge .................................. $.60 G.H. Wauman, Moving grading outfit to Beach .... 5.20 Tractor & Equipment Co., Repairs ............................... 18.74 H+ H. Burchette, Gas and Oil for patrol 21.40 J. C. Northrop. ""f'o'r'""'ro'a'd dragging ................................ 12.00 J. A. Thein, Care of Ra- berge's chickens ................ 1.00 Glen P. Cook, Mileage ........ 4.10 Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., December bill ...................... 22.23 Gtty Lee, Mileage to Dick- inson .................................... 5.20 W. C. Bradley, Medical care for Chas. Raberge .... 8.00 Hans Anderson, Coal for court house .......................... 77.31 Herman F. Diets. mileage .... 23.87 Howard Stockwell. Mileage 65.90 Earl Jones, Witness .............. 2.40 E. A, Ernest, Witness .......... 2.40 Dr. M. W. Lyons, PhTsi- cian's post mortem exam- Inatlon ............................ 5.00 J. H. Lindt, Coroner's in- 7.80 quest John K'eoha'n'e: ...... In sa'rl'it+y Beard meeting 5.00 Glen P. Cook, "Pr'Iso'ner;s board .................................... 12.00 J. C. Penney Co.. Supplies for CountT health of- lice ........................................ 4.07 A. Overstad & Son, SuP- plies for court house ......... 56 J. P. Thill, Supplies for court house ........................ 1.79 VLolet Anthony, Clerk In Auditor's office .................. 13.00 Dr. V. G. Morris, Insanity board meeting and exam- ination ................................ 10.00 Knight Printing Co., Sup- plies ...................................... 6,89 Burroughs Adding Ma- chine Co,, Service con- tract ...................................... 48.60 Golden Valley News. print- plies for offices ................ 206.32 A. E. Kastien, Mileage to Dickinson ............................ 3.00 County Treasurer, Quarter- ~c expense account from t. 1st, to Dec. 31st. 1938 ...................................... 260.43 J. E. Middleton, Quarterly report of Justice of the peace .................................... 19.35 A. Overstad & Son, Sup- plies for Odland dam ........ 9.63 Martin Implement Co., Trac- tor repairs .......................... 2.65 The Texaco Co., For Oil .... 1.25 A. Overstad & Son, Sup- plies for court house grounds ................................ 6.03 A+ Overstad & Son. Supplies for grader ............................ 2.$4 Vranna, Auto Supply Co., Supplies and repairs for road outfit ......................... 21.$8 P. O, Peterson. road drag- ging 26.88 Louie *+iio~+d+. .......~pii~ work .................................... 5.60 David M, Howie, Cleaning yard and repair work .... 18.35 Farmers & Merchants Bank by order of D. M. Howie, 5.25 repair work .............. J. M. Stecker. re'nt for"sta~ ttoner~ engine used on Odlan~ dam and bridge .... 35.00 Public Welfare Board of N. D., Old Age Assistance for Oct. 1938 ........................ 207.75 P~-blic Welfare Board of N. D., Aid to Dependent children ................................ 22.00 Public Welfare Board of THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1939 N. D.. Aid to Dependent children ................................ 22.00 Gee. R, Wosepka, hauling scoria on bridge ................ 11.75 Sentinel Butte Farmers Elevator and Hardware, Repairs for grader ............ 8.12 A. Overstad & Son, Repairs for patrol .............................. 2.21 A. Overstad & Son, Supplies for Odland Dam ................ 4.96 Standard OIl Co., Gas and Oil ................... ". ...................... 249,70 C. H. Clark. For Irons and clamp on county yard .... 2.00 Lewis Odland, Commission- er's service ........................ 10.84 M.C. Tescher, Commiss- ioner's service .................. 33.12 T. A. Wosepka. Commission- loner's service ...................... 16.49 12:00 Noon the Board adjourned and reconvened at 1:00 P. M. with all members present. The Board agreed to give Quit Claim Deed to Williams Sc]~oolDL~- trict No. 5 for 2.00 acres of land for school purposes, county having acquired this land through Tax Deed Proceedings. Deed was issMed and signed, The following bills were audited and approved by the County Wel- fare Board and submitted to the Board of County Commissioners for payment subject to personal prop- ercy taxes aue and delinquent. Bert Mcgee, Cash Aid for Jan. 1939 ........................... 10.00 Mrs. Alice Schaefer. Cash Aid for Jan. 1929 ............... 15.00 Mrs. K. StrohmeYer. Cash Aid for Jan. 1939 ............... 10.00 Mrs. Ida L~tteral, Cash Aid for Jan. 1989 ...................... 16.00 Mrs. Ura Wyckoff, Cash Aid for Jan. 1939 ...................... 10.00 Mrs. Emil Smith, Care of Falstad, children ................ 90.40 Adam Hoffman, Care of Ro~ Falstad ....................... $0.00 Sarah Brendemtthl, Care of Hu~es chlldren ............... $?.10 Albin Somlnskl, House rent for December 1958 .......... 5.00 Glen P. Cook, House rent for 11-22-$8 to $-25-$8 1~00 Johnson Motor Co., Gaz, oil and repair 2.19 Stark County ~;eifare"B'o~rd Charg9 account for Mar- garet Hughes ........................ ~.55 Mike Theisen, Milk for C. Fisher ................................ 2.50 Boisen's Store Groceries .... $8.05 Red Owl Stol"e. No. 165, Groceriss ............................. 25.75 SL Joseph's HOSpl~.~l Ho~- pitslJsation ............. ~; ............. 9.50 Beach H~spit~l, Hospital- ization .................................. 2G.75 Culp Truck lines, freight on commodities ........................ 36.21 M. E. Northrop, December house rent ............................ 5.00 Dr. Lorne R. Forbes, reed* icai attention ....................... 12.00 Dickln~ton Clinic, Medial attention ............................ 12.$0 Edward Hale, Supplement- ary salary for Dec. 1938 ..................................... I0.00 Woodward Drug Co,. Drug~ 11.75 Harry Brewer, House rent for E. C. Loop .................... 5.00 E. C. Kinney. Repair work for W. P. A. coal mine ........ 15.00 Mrs. F. W. Piston, Care of Margaret Hughes, Nov. and December ..................... $0.OO C. Bartholomew, delivering commodities ........................ 1.00 T~e Glpbe Gae~tte Print- ing ~o., Supplies ......... ~ .... 2.74 Mr~ ~L.R. ~I~homI~son,. For Welfare Board meeting .... 1.00 J. M. 8till, ~or Welfare Board meeting ................... 208 Mrs. T. ]~ Hudson, For Wel- fare Board meeting ......... 1.00 T. A. Wosepka, For Wel- fare Boax~ meetinE .......... 3.94 County Treasurer. Postaxs $6.60; Transportation $9.|5 Freight, .51 .......................... 16.46 G. Eldon Longstreth. Mlle- 71.$8 a~e ........................................ G. ~ldon Longstreth. Sal- ary tor December ............ 155.00 June Mills, Salary for De- cember .................................. 80.00 Violet Anthon0,0 Salary for clerk ...................................... 20.00 Frank Zook appeared before Board and asked for ~n appre to appraise the 2-year ~Id b taken up *by him a year ago. Board appointed Leonard Treste appraiser. C. H. Hall appeared befor~ the Board in regard to passes on road between and 33-136-106. The Board the building of same. The following filed oath of and bonds which were approved to sufficiency by t~e Board and to form by the State's Lewis Odland, Con~T~lssioner ls District. T, A. Wosepka. Commissioner 3rd District. Guy Lee, States Attorney. J. E. MIddleton, Justice of Peace. Glen P. Cook, Sheriff . Herman F. Dicta, Superlntena-| ent of Schools / A. E. Kastleno Register of Deeds,~ exofficio County Judas and Clerk o~ Court. Dr. Bradley, Superintendent of] Board Of Health. 5:30 P. M. The Board adjourned to meet January 4, 1939. January 4, 1939. 9:00 A. M. Th~ Board of County Commissioners m~l pursuant to adjournment with all members present. The Board agreed that reaolutio~ approved as of January 5, 1957, veil be co~ttinued thru ~he year 190~. The Board appointed J. E. M~ddio. ton Justice of the Peaoe for a tern of two year~. The Board proceeded to the wor| of checking the offices for the pre, ~eeding quarter and fee~ were &~ ounted-for as follows: 43ounty Jud~ $31.00; Register of Deeds. $190.OO Clerk of Court, $15.50; Auditor, $7.$0 Sheriff feee $92.4~5; and DeIAnquen' Personal Property Taxes ~lleet~ by the Sheriff for the amount o: $913.20. 12:00 Noon the Board adjourn~ and reeonvened at I:OO P. M. wit~ all members present:. The Board au%hor~asd the Auditol to issue a form contract to ~l| Kunlck for all of See. $5-145-104 ~o~ the y~rs of 1039, 1040. and 1041. The Board appoiwtsd Dr. Bradley &s Health Officer for 1959 at salary of $200.00 and Dr. Morris and John Keohane were appointed mem- bers of Insanity Board. _ The Board appointed ]~arl$one~. &~ Janitor zor the year oz xs~ a~ a salary of $05.00 per month. _~ The Board approved and sigaeq~ the followinE f~rm ~ontra~u~ On |a~ OWned by the coun4~y: To Harry E~ Olson, the N~N~ 01 Sec. 2~-4--139-105. To William Wirt~el~ the W~ Section 17-141-10& To O. H. Moe. ~e S~% of ~et/on 9-140-105. T~ B. J. Hess, the ffW~ of SeoUon 24-150-105. To E. O. Barkland, the BE~. of Section 4-142-104. TO August ~Feldman ~h E~ of Section, 31-142-105." To Tonic BartheL the gH~ of ~- tlon 12-157-106. To Doris Combs, the ~ of ~e- tion 2-140-104. The Board appointed Count~ Brand Inspectors for the follow4-~g shipping poin~: Glen P. Cook for the City Beach. C~de Meyers for the Vllisd~e Of Sentinel Butte. Anion Kreitin~er for the Towp oz + ~AH livest0~k su0h aS oa~|e, ho1~s~ and m~iles |thipped by txuow ,must lneDected before shlpmont is and all horses and mules ehil~l~l by ra/Iroad, must b~. ln~eted be- fore sntpplng. ~a~ue snlppe~t bT railroad and consig~ed o a ecru- mission firm to be exempt aS in- spection Is made at termlnaL 5:00 P. M. the Board adjourned to meet January 18, 19~. Signed: M. (~ TESCHER, Chairman of Board of Coun- ty Commissioners, Attest: MINNIE E. SMITH, County Auditor, GLASSES O~'~AL GOOD8 OF ALL KIN~8 Reading Glasses, ~c-t&oo. Gold Frame Glasses. $&50-$1&OO. I~test Rlmle~ Glasses, $10.00-$15.00. Lenses Round, $1.00, Fancy shaped, ~2~0. All k~ds of repairs on hand. Send in by marl; returned the following day. Dust Proof Go~les, none better, $1~o. Ool- ored Glasses, ~W~. Btrtngs and ~patts for all musical instruments. O. GILB~TSON. OPTI~AL SPECIALIST Beach, N.D. Block South of Depot n PRESCRIPTIONS BUTI DRUG & JEWELRY C0. Sentinel Butte, N. Dak STATEMENT OF The Bank ot North Dakota BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA December 31, 1938