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PAGE TWELVE TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR, ROLLA, N. DAK. i i i I II I I Thursdar, October 31, 1940 KEG|STION LI (Comnued) 1547 Clarence Hllmer Carlson. Nansen 1248 Walter J. Seeley, St. John 1249 Harold George Woodford. Dun. 1250 John Orville Thomas. Dunseith 1251 Pete]" Albert Parisien, Belcourt 1252 Willis Maurice Page, St. John 1258 Albany Enno, Belcourt 1254 Emile F. Foussard, Jr., St. John 1255 Lewis Rich Everling, Dunsetth 1256 Ernest Bradford, Belcourt 1257 Herman Garceau, St, John 158 Ben Enno, Belcourt 1259 Ottis Yoder, Mylo 1260 William J Graber, Mylo 1261 Clifford Nathaniel Magnusson, S.H. 1562 Norman William Frink, San Haven 1283 Joseph F. Graber, Wo]ford 1264 Maurice Woodrow Haugland, S. H. 1265 Amos J. Graber, Mylo 1266 Alex Bruce. Belcourt 1267 William Stanley Lashman, St. J. 1268 Cedric Northrop, San Haven 1269 Lodver Rangvald Lo. Rolla 1270 Anthony Delorme, Belcourt 1271 Leonard Howsen Taylor, Rolls 1272 Clint(n Gilmore DuBois. Dunseith 1273 Aime Joseph DesRoches, St. John 1274 Grant Christian Foss, Overly 1275 Leonard Sanford Peterson, S. H. 1276 Arthur John Smith, Belcourt 1277 Albert Cornelius Larson. San Hay. 1278 Patrick Lawrence St. Arnaud, Bel. 1279 Louis Paul Dauphineau, Belcourt 1280 Frederick Donald Garlepy, SB I. 1281 Herman Pascal Vlllneauve. e 1282 Clayton Francis Reed, Mylo 1283 Paul Joseph McItd. Belcourt 1284 Norman Charles Ewen. San Haven 1285 Bruce Douglas Robertson, Bel. 1288 Paul Daniel Yoder, Wolford 1287 Albert Geahard Monson, Mylo 1288"Nels Hill, Overly 1289 Henery Alotsius Traynor, Nansen 1290 John Gerhart Arstetn, Overly 1291 Emil Andrew Demontlgny, Bel 1292 Nathanlel J. Graber, WolfoTd 1298 Carl Henry Guderjahn, Jr., Rolls 12@4 Seward Joseph Armstrong, Rolette 1295 Pete Bercler, Belcourt 1296 Aron Joseph Slaubaugh, Mylo 1297 Michael Joseph Eisenzimmer. Rolls 1298 Fred Joseph Fayant, Dunselth 1299 Vernon Hagen, Rolla 1300 David J. Graber, Mylo 1301 Gerhart Emil Wilkie, Rolla 1302 Roy Ferris, Belc(urt 1303 Aaron V. Gingerich. Mylo 1304 Bruno Parlslen, Dunsetth 1305 Joseph Alfred Villenouve, Dun. 1308 George William Kangas, Rolls 1307 Cecil Johnson, Rolette 1308 Arthur William Lynnes, Rolette 1309 Robert Poitra, Belcourt 1310 Richard J. Armstrong, Rolette 1311 Nocman Lynnes, Rolette 1312 Bruno Nadeau, Belcourt 1813 Emil Celastine Morln, Dunseith 1814 Walter William Sehroeder, Dun. 1315 Reidar Harold Lien, Willow City 1316 Oscar Lars Lynnes, Rolette 1317 John Kokinawash, Belcourt 1318 Charlie Desire Duchalne, Beleourt 1319 Jerome Wtlkle, Belcourt 1320 Roy Poitra, Dunseith 1321 William Johnson, Roqette 1322 Michael Delorme, Dunseith 1328 Dary Ryan, Thorne 1324 Bennie Newel Olson, Dunseith 1325 Everett Ray Prouty, St. John 1326 Wesley James Prouty, St. John 1327 William Myron Rose, Rolette 1828 Jennings Leander FedJe, San Hay. 1329 Eugene Oswald Strand, Rolls 130 Lewis Dale Wilson, St John 1331 Herman Julius Anderson, San Hay. 1332 Warren Weitzel Naegeli, Rolla 1333 Clarence Rex Eller, ROlls 1334 Adolphus John Fayant, Dunseith 1385 Glen Harold Weaver, Dunseith 1838 Ernest Phillip Dumont, Dunseith 1337 Willard Arthur Young, Rolette 1338 Andrew William DuBols, Dunseith 1339 Play Donrad Byre, Dunseith 1340 Clarence Nels Scheie, San Haven 1341 Andrew Julius Gunville. Dunseith 1342 Lyle Thomas Kjorvestad, Rolette 1343 Oscar Eugene Bell, San Haven 1344 John Buchanen Hart. Rolls 1845 Henry George Ermer, San Haven 1346 Paul Reed. Rolls 1347 Kenneth Lucien Sayles, Rolls 1348 Frank Jerome Aiken, Itolla 1349 Ray Everett Springen, San Haven 1350 John Anthony Gunville, Dunseith 1351 John Russell Anderson. Nansen 1352 Albert Allan Pearson. San Haven 1353 Malcolm Bismarck Williams. Dun. 1354 Marvin Arthur Berg, Rolette 1355 Samuel Elias Blatt, Kelvln 1356 Roy Norris Opstedal. Rolette 1357 Lloyd Henry Opstedal, Rolette 1358 Simon St. Pierre Dionne, Betcourt 1359 Alfred William Crissler. Bolla 1360 Ralph Thomas Berg, Rolette 1361 lterman Jerdld Eller, Dunseith 1362 Albert Leander Halverson, Dun. 1363 Wesley Orvel Wieber. San Haven 1364 Frank L4tfountain, Rolls 1365 Stanley Freddy Opstedal, Rolette 1366 Nels Johannes Opstedal, Rolette 1367 Everett Harley Pbinney, Mylo 1368 Norval Elroy Anfinson, Mylo 1369 Clifford Arnold allen. R01ette 1370 Robert Truxton Foley, Rola 1371 James Theadore Moltne. Rolette 1372 Harold Ronald Topness, Nansen 137 Henry Oscar Ostenson, Rolette 1374 William Frederick Nicholson, S.H. 1375 Leonard Clifford Ostenson, RoSette 1378 Jorgen Alfred Lunde Nansen ]377 Henry Leo Johnson, Nansen 1378 Emil Joseph Patnaude Be]court 1379 William Angus Reynolds, San Hay. 1380 Morris Palmer Johnson, San Hay. 1381 Clarence Melvin Lynnes, Rolette 1382 Clifford The)mpson, Rolette 1383 Henry Vernon Madsen. San Haven 1334 Roy Graybill. Dunseith 1385 Andrew Nickolas Sand. San Haven 1386 Enock Clarence GilJe. Rolette 1387 Clarence Ingvald Hanson. Nansen 1388 Carl Arthur Johnson, Nansen 1389 Emery Frank Wllkie, Belcourt 1390 Lloyd Anton Jay. St. John 1391 Alvin Aslakson, Rolls 1392 LetJnard Gilbert Johnson. Nansen 1393 Richard William Peterson, Rolette 1394 Otto Jemtrud, Mylo 1395 Albert Allery, Belcourt 1396 Fred Swain, Belcourt 1397 There C. Hawk, Wolford 1393 James Joseph DeLorme San Hay. 1399 Phillip Earl Johnson. Dunseith ]400 Tony DeCouteau, San Haven 1401 Harry Oliver Halstad, Dunseith 1402 Howard FOss, Kelvin 1403 Louis Bishop, Bisbee 1404 Robert Stephen Cook, Kelvin 1405 Ernest Morin, Belcourt 1406 George Delong, Belcourt 1407 Fritz Henry Spencer, Rolls 1408 Loyd Wallace U]viek. Rolla 1409 Joseph FalcOn. Belcdurt 1410 Alex Breland, Jr., Belcourt 1411 Leo Frank Primeau, Belcourt 1412 Raymond Lebrun, Rolls 1413 Joseph Lawrence Thomas, Rolette 1414 Ralph James Brown, Rolls 1415 Louis Peter Lafrombois, Belcourt 1416 James JOseph Keegan, Jr.. Bolls 1417 Iarl t{aymond Theel, Rolls 1418 Merle B. Jolliffe. Bolls 1419 Raymond Harvey Male, Rolls 1420 Jacob Vivler, Rolls 1421 Lyle Clarence Curry, Rolls 7422 Joseph W'estby, Thorne 1423 William F. Menard. Rolette 1424 Alvin E. Rustad, Rolette 1425 Raymond Joseph LaFrance. Rolls 1426 Anibony Joseph Boucher. Belcourt 1427 Francis Belgarde, Belcourt 1428 Harold Nelson Haugen. Rolls 1429 Louis Arthur Dlonne, 13elcourt 1430 Chester Sager, Rolla 1431 IWesley S. Moors, R01ette 1432 Melven Iflelmarter. Rolette 1433 Garfield Clark. Rolls 1434 Ernest Leonard Sarkilahti, Rolls 1435 Bruce Theel. Rolls 1486 Lloyd Edward Anderson, Dunseith 1437 Fred Norman MeMillan. Dunseith 1483 Joseph A. Gladue. Thorns 1489 Robert Kenneth Prftclaard Dun. 1440 David C. Arstein. Thorne 1441 Herman Eli Roberge Belcourt 1442 Ernest L. Dense Thorne 1443 Oscar Nelson. Rolette 1444 Theodore Latour Styles. Rolette 1445 Nels Nelson. Rolette 1446 David Leonard Botton. Rolette 1447 Nels Alexander Johnson, Rolls 1448 Leroy Moors, Rolette 1449 ()bert Melfered Seim. San Haven 1450 Albej.t A Pease, Thorne 1451 Albert William Felling, San Hay. 1452 Harry Nelson. Rolette 1453 Lyle VV. Currie. Rolls 1454 James Gemmil Clark'. Rolls 1455 Osben F. Smith Thorne 1456 Warren M. Thomas Rolette 1457 Fred Kraft. Rolette 1458 Aims A. Barbot, Rolette 7469 Norman Joseph Rolette, Rolls 1460 Alfred Z. Dubuque, Thorne 1461 Peter Link. Dunselth 1462 Mike David Duma. San Haven 1463 Kenneth Osmen JohnsOn, Rolette 1484 Ordean I,lovd Pe'erson, an Hay. 1465 :t!Uffene Wlllard Radlsy. Rolette t46 HOWard Franci IAonar4, Roils 14e7 JosePh . HoUle. Rolls 1468 Ingvald Eugene Solberg, Rolette 1469 Vernon Thomas Ruckle, Dunseith 1470 Marion Strafer Armentrout, Ruler. 1471 Cedric Rawiln Klnzer, Roqctte 1472 Martin August Sitz, Rolls 1473 Marclel Raymond Bercler, Rolette 1474 Patrice Frederick, Rolls 1475 Philip Wendell Slough, Rolette 1476 Pershing Ray Cupp, Rolls 1477 Carl Lowell Botton, Role tte 1478 James Madison Waters, Rolla 1479 Henry Fay Stiles, Rolette 1480 Arnold E. Banse, Rolls 1481 James Albert Wtcorek, Roqette 1482 Harold Frederick Flynn, Rolette 1483 Louis Edward LaFance, Belcourt 1484 Elmer Orville Borstad, Rolls 1485 Francis Robert Lasota, Belcourt 1486 Vergll Leslie Bailey, Dunseith 1487 Sam Enno, Belcourt 1488 Amie Augustus Jolibois, Thorns 1489 Francis Joseph Morin, Belcourt 1490 Ormal Paul Kester, Dunseith 1491 Howard Clarence Lashman, St. J. 1492 John Dennis Manson, Rolls county poor ............................ 151[.461 Mrs. Georginna Lacallie, cash aid for July ........................... 15.00 Francis LaCroix, cash aid for July .................................... 34).00 Aminda Haagenson, cash aid for July ................................... $.00 Walter Schroeder, cash aid for July ................................... 15.00 Maurits Maudal, cash aid for July .......................................... 9.00 Dr. Norman W. Frlnk, medi- cal services for county poort 26.00 F. McKinnis, agent, G.N. RR. Co., freight on surplus com- modities .................................. 183.41 *Ira. Pie Holmly, cash aid for August ...................................... 15.00 Delphine Levesque, cash aid for August ............................. 5.00 Phillip Barrell, cash aid fo-1 z August, ................................... 8.00 Theophile Bergeron, cash aid for August ........................... 30.00 1493 Elvin Julian Seim, Dunseith Lynn Ehner Gilbert, cash aid 1494 Joseph Moses Lafountain, Beleourt for August ............................ 1495 Glenn Charles Miller, Dunseith Edward Pilloud, cash aid for 1496 Lyle James Gleeson, St. John August ........................... 1497 Myer Lawrence Quam, Dunseith I Halvor Landsverk, cash aid 1498 Lester Fulton, Dunseith I for August .............................. 1499 Clough Vettrus, Rolette [Mrs. Ernest Counts, cash aid 1500 Charles Oliver Brown. Mylo  for August ........................... 1501 Herman Azure, Belcourt Mrs. Archle Shaw, cash aid 1502 Louis Joseph DlsJarlats, St. John for August ............................ 1503 Thomas R. Kaklnewash, Belcourt Joe Magillis, cash aid for Pr0ceedings I August ............................... , Roy G. Anderson, cash aid for August ..................................... lP Mrs. Massie Simpson, cash aid for August ................. t,0mmlssl0ners Dr. o. w. Johoaon. medical REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, R0- LE'II'E COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA. 10 A. M., October 1st, 1940, the Board of County Commissioners met, present, Commissioners Delorme, Hagen, Heal- dens, LaCroix and Boucher. The Chair- man called the meeting to order. On motion the following bills for administrative expense in the Rolette County Welfare Office or for the County Poor Relief were approved by the Board of County Commissioners and were ordered paid by warrants drawn on the Social Welfare Fund or the County Poor Relief Fund as specified on said bills by the Rolette County Welfare Board, said bills having been previous- ly authorized by the Rolette County Welfare Board: care for county poor ........ Albert Gattke, labor and ma- terial for Surplus Commod- ity Department ...................... H. O Olson, agent for G.N. RR. Co., telegrams for Wel- fare Office .............................. Community Hospital, Rolette, hospitalization of county Door .......................................... The Hosmer Store, groceries and fuel for county poor .... Daly Funeral Home, burial of county pool" . ................... Drs. ,Vidmeyer & Greengard, salary medical care extend- ed to county poor for the month ending March 25, 1940 ......................................... Dr. B. D. Verret, salary for medical care extended to Administrative Expense, help In Rolette County Welfare Office ........................................ $ 449.00 Henri Boucher, mileage and expense attending welfare meeting .................................... 5.76 Theodore Korum, mileage and expense attending welfare meeting .................................... 4.36 Ntna Beardsley, expense at- ttendlng welfare meeting .. 1.01 Jas. A. Foley, mileage as case worker .................................... 54.81 C. L Ankeny, mileage as ex- ecutive secretary ........ " .......... 54.12 Doris M. Oman, mileage as Child Welfare Worker ........ 60.20 H. J. Mellum, mileage and expense attending welfare meeting .................................... 4.5{ Peder Sebellus, mileage and expense attending welfare meetlwg ................................... 804 Norman W. Frink, M. D., services rendered county poor .......................................... 4.00 Melvin Wiitmayer, transpor- tation of county poor to hospital .................................. 3.00 Rolla Bakery, wax paper fur- nished for surplus com- rnodtties .................................. 7.05 Harold M. Hagen, transporta- tion of county poor to hos- pital ...................................... 1.50 Theel Bros., hauling surplus commodities ....................... 39.51 Marvin Armstrong, hauling relief material to se(ing project .................................. 15.00 J. W. Murray, burial of coun- ty Poor ................................ 50.50 Lockbeam & Knoll, groceries for county poor ................... 12.24 Notre Dame Academy, board and care of dependent children ................................. 30.00 Sigurdson's Drug, drugs fur- nished county poor ............. 29.12 Leslie White, transportation of county poor ................. 20.00 Turtle Mountain Star, sta- tionery and office supplies for Surplus Commodity De- partment and Administrat- 8.00 15.00 8.00 30.00 8.00 10.00 8.00 5.00 46.92 18.44 2.92 134.00 18.87 50.50 ice Department ......... 8.21 Office Specialties Co., office supplies for Welfare Office 19.08 12M., October 1st, 1940, the Board adjourned until 1 P. M. 1 P. M., October 1st, 1940, the Board met. all members present. The Chair- man called the meeting to order. On motion the following bills for administrative expense in the Rolette County Welfare Office or for the Coun- ty Poor Relief were approved by the Board of County Commissioners and were ordered paid by warrants drawn on the Social Welfare Fund or the County Poor Relief Fund as specified on said bills by the Rolette County Welfare Board. said bills having been previously authorized by the Rolette County Welfare Board: Rolette Pharmacy, drugs fur- nished count)" poor ......... 62.58 Fairway Store, material fur- nished Surplus Commodity Department ........................... 23.26 William Gottbreht, hauling surplus commodities ............ 80.00 The LeBrun Store, merchan- dise for sewing projects .. 107.64 Mrs. "*Vm, Wldmeyer, board and care of county poor ... 25.00 H. J. Douglas, ambulance ser- vice for county poor ........... 5.00 Ray Wilson. handling surplus commodities .......................... 15.00 Walen's. merchandise for sewing project and hand- ling commodities for four months ................................... 33.64 Arthur Wayne, meals furn- ished transients ................... 6.00 Knight Printing CO., supplies for Welfare Office ................ 2.81 Harry O. Heartso, hauling commodities ......................... 45.50 Ro]ette County Treasurer, eash advanced for cleaning and repairing commodity room. transportation, post- age for welfare office, ex- pense and mileage of Exec- utive Secretary on official business to Bismarck .......... Dr. Paul Reed, medical ser- vices rendered county poor Drs. Hughes & Reed, medical care of county poor ........ Dr. M. Greengard, medical care and hospitalization of county poor ............................ Name of Precinct Name of Inspector Address South Couture Edward .lolHe' Belcourt, N. D. North Couture Elf Marion Belconrt, N. D. Baxter Phtlip t. Germain St John, N. D. Willov,,-Lake E.M. Holstad Dunseith, N. D. Currie Thee. Korum Iunseith, N. D. Russe/l Roy Spriggs Thorne, N. D. Oxford Albert Guderjahn Rolls, N. D. Ellsworth Peter Gores Mylo, N. D. Island Lake Thomas Monson Mylo, N. D. Pleasant Valley Ole Jemtrud Mylo. N, D. Union 'm. Steffin Mylo, N. D. Leonard Korner Ktttelson Rolette. N. D. Maryviile Alphonse LaFrance Rolls, N. D. Shell Valley Gee. V,'orrall Sr. Ingebretson Joseph Monette Finnegan V.M. Grider Vo]f Creek John Dense St. Hillside Oliver Olson Rice ennie Haagenson Hutchinson Eugene Al]arY Holmes Ollbert O. Byre Gilbert Joe Richard Dr. B. J. Hughes. medical services rendered county poor ....................................... Rolls Drug Store, drugs for county poor ................... St. Aloislus Hospttal, drugs and Institutional care of oouty poor ............................ Naegell Drug Co., drugs for 75.06 county poor for month end- ing March 25, 1940 ................ 53.47 6 P. M., Oct. 1st, 1940, the Board adjourned until 10 A. M., Oct 2nd, 1940. : 10 A. M., Pet. 2rid, 1940, the Board met, all members present. The Chair- man called the meeting to order On motion duly made, seconded and carried, the County Auditor was in- structed, directed and authorized 1o call for sealed bids for furnishing the Rolette County Court House with the best grade of Screened Lignite Stoker Coal in car load lots for a period of one year from November 7th, 1940, and said bids to be delivered to the County Auditor's Office on or before 10 o'clock A. M., October lath, 1940 said coal to be delivered F.O.B., Rolls N.D. In compliance with Chapter 235, Laws of North Dakota, 1939, aiaend- ing Chapter 266, Laws of 1927, the Board of County Commlsstoners began appraising each lot or parcel of land which Rolette CoUnty had acquired by tax deed on March 2nd, 1940, and Octob- er 2nd, 1940, and fixed the time and place for hearing objections to such tentath'e minimum sale price in ac- cordance with the provisions of sta-; tute is at the office of the County Auditor of Roiette CoUnty, in the City l of Rolla, North Dakota," on the 18thl day of October, 1940, at 10 o'clock A. M.. and continuing until 5 o'clock P. M. of that date. The forenoon session was spent in appraising and fixing a tentative mini- mum sale price on land acquired by Rolette County through tax deed. 12 M., October 2nd, 1940, the Board adjourned until 1 P. M. 1 P. M., October 2nd, 1940, the Board met, all members present. The Chair- man called the meeting to order. The Board continued appraising and fixing the tentative minimum sale pPice on land acquired by Rolette County throug tax deed. 5 P. M.. October 2nd, 1940. the Board adjoinned until 10 A. M., October 3rd. 1940. 10 A. M.. October 3rd. 1940, the Board met. al/ members present. i ordTr e. Chairman called te meeting to [ The Board continued appraising and fixing the tentative minimum sale price I on land acquired by Rolette County] through tax deed. " I 12 M., Oct. 3rd. 1940, the Board! !ad|om-ned until 1 P. M. I 1 P. M., Oct. 3rd, 1940, the Board met, all members present. The Chairman called the meeting to order. The Board continued appraising and fixing the tentative minimum sale price on land acquired by Rolette Count)" through tax deed. 6 P. M.. October 3rd, 1940. the Board ad|ourned until 10 A. M., October 7th 1940. 10 A. M., Oct. 7th, 1940, the Board met. all members present. qhe Chairman called the meeting to order. The Board continued appraising and fixing the tentative minimum sale price an land acqalred by Rolette County through tax deed. 12 M., Oct. 7th. 1940, the Board adiourned nntil 1 P. M. 1 P. M.. Oct. 7th, 1940, the Board met, all members present. The Chairman called the meeting to order. The Ioard continued appraising and fixing the tentative minimum sale price on land acquired by Rolette County through tax deed. The Bo'ard of County Commissioners completed appraising snd fixing the tentative minimum sale price on land acquired by Rotette County through tax deed on March 2nd, 1940, and October 2nd, 1940, in compliance with Chapter 235, Laws of North Dakota, 1939. amending Chapter 266, Laws of 1927. 6 P. M.. Oct. 7th, 1940, the Board adjourned untl! 10 A. M.. Oct. 8th. 1940. 10 A. M,, Oct. 8th, 1940, the Board t met. all members present | The Chairman called the meeting to i I order. 153.53 | The appointing of Inspectors of Elec- Jtion and the designation of polling 50.00] niaces in the unorganized parts of' I Rolette County was taken up at this 36.67 time, and the following persons were Jamed as Tnspectors of Election and Ithe following places were named as 136.501polling places: Polling Place Grants Hall Community HaD St. John School House %Vet herault School }Iotlse .Currie Central School Ilouse Pdlssell Central School House Oxford Central School House Ellsworth Central School House 1snnd Lake School House School House No. 2 Unon Central School House Rolette School House Ma ryville Central 9chool House Thorne, N.D. Shell Valley Central cbool House Beleourt, N.D. Seboot House No. 3 See'. 29 Rolette, N.D. Dewey School ttouse No. 1 Thorne, N.D. Volf Crek Central S'hool House Dunseith, N.D. PelHer School IIouse No. 1 Sec. 29 Ro]ctte, N. D. Nansen School House St. ,Tohn, N.D. xVa,'ner Sobool House Dunseith, N.D. ',,ntral School House Dunseith, N.D. Beaver Dam School House The following places were named as [polling places for the organized parts 89.03 o'f Rolette county: [ Narae of Name of 15.70 I Precinct Polling Place I Falrview ............ Dirrah SChool House [Kohlmeier ..... Central School House #,4$[Mt. Pleaent ...... Curt Room tn Court t House in City of Rolls South Valley ........ Central Schooq House Thorne ........................................ Fire Hall Dunseith .................................... City Hall St. John ........................... Town Hall Mylo ......................................... Mylo Hall Rolette ................ Memorial Building Rolls ....................................... City Hall The following bilI were allowed and warrants ardered drawn for same: R. E. Huffman Co., Marchant calculator .. :. ............... 475.00 Arthur W'ayne, bd of Ro- lette County pris0,ers for September .............  ..... 67.50 Franklin Ribbon and Caihon Co.. supplies furnished for county ............................... 2.25 H. O. Olson, freight and tele- grams for county ............ 4.63 Arthur Wayne, board of Ro- lette County prisoners for August ............................... 91.75 Luba E. Johnson, mileage on official business .............. 38.85 Luba E. Johnson, cash ad- vanced for postage, Count)* Supt. office ...................... 6.50 Mrs. Grace Schei, county share of salary as County Health Nurse for August., 8.50 J. W. Murray, mattress for jail ................................. 5.10 Arthur Wayne. cash advanc- ed for postage, box rent and gas pen for sheriff's office ..................... 8.75 Lystad & Redick Inc., mer- chandise furnished county.. 51.95 B. J. Borscheid, merchandise furnished county .................. 4.50 Ro]la Drug Store, drugs for county prisoners ............... 7.02 Dr. J. P. -idmeyer, quaran- tining cases ............... 23.68 Jas. H. Penny, cash advanced for postage and box rent from July 6th to September 14th, both dates inclusive . 13.97 N. D. Vorkmen's Compensa- tion Bureau. premium on insurance for persons em- ployed by county less coun- ty offic als .................... 227.27 Arthur Wayne, mileage on criminal actions for August 159.2@ Henri Boucher, commissioner service and mileage ......... 70.20 Francis Delorme, commis- sioner service and mileage 172.99 Henry C. Hagen, commission- er service and mileage ...... 96.08 G. Ray Heddens, commission- er service and mileage 165.47 Vital LaCrox, commissioner service and mileage .......... 144.25 Knight Pripting Co., supplies furnished county ............ 734,40 G. W. Worrall Jr., rent f engine for mixing grass- hopper poison ........................ 10.00 Raymond Fassett, mixing grasshopper poison ............. 13.80 Turtle Mountain Supply Co. (Rolls), lumber for grass- hopper poison .................... 1.22 Midwest Lumber Co. (Ro- lette), lumber for grass- hopper poison ................ 6.07 Sop RR Co.. rent of site for grasshopper building (Ro- lette) ................................. 10.00 The LeBrun Store, blankets for county jail ................ 11.02 Public W'elfare Board, reim- bursement of Old Age As- sistance for July and Sept. 169.00 Public VCelfare Board, reim- bursement of County share of Aid to Dependent Child- ren fo Aug., Sept. and Oct. 443.50 Ray L. Buck, cash advanced for telephone calls, WPA Office for September ........... 12.28 E. J. Wright, work on county roads for July .............. 144.80 John H. Randen, work on roads Second District . 12.20 Amie Picard, work on road Second District ............... 6.00 Ed Leonard, work on road Second District .................. 58.80 Will C. Olson, dragging roads Second District ................ 15.60 "*Vm. Lawrence, repairing road tools Second District 43.00 Harry McDermott, dragging roads Second District ...... 10.80 Alex Carlile, work on road Second District .................. 12.00 Bert Miller, work on road Second District .................... 14.40 Noel Houle, work on road Second District ............ 9.00 Alvin Haagenson, work on road Second District ...... . 7.80 Morris T. Seim, work on road Second District ................ 14.40 Johnny Danielson, work on road Second District .......... 19.85 Harry O. Holstad, work on road Second District ....... 94.80 Boy Armentrout, operating tractor Second District 33.00 G. M. Fassett, work on road I Second District ................. 43.20 Willie E. Hiatt, work on road [ Second Dlst riot .......... 9.60 Ales Fassett, operating grad- er Second District ........ 38.50 Alex Carlile. work on road Second District .............. 19.50 John Ellen, repairing road 1.25 machinery Second District Jacobsen Bros., repairs for Knight Printing Co., office supplies and primary elec- NAME tlon supplies .................... 1,390.45 Albert LeDoux Turtle Mountain Star, pub- lishing commissioner's pro- Knut Landsverk ceedings, call for bids, ab- stract of votes, county bud- Pride Lajemodiere gst, notice of sale of county certificates of indebtedness 229.43 Raymond sSett 12M.. Oct. 8th, 1940, the Board ad- Journed until 1 P.M. Third District .................... 1 P M., Oct. 8th, 1040, the ]Board N. D. Metal Culvert Co., eul- net, all members present, verts furnished Third Dis- The Chairman called the meeting to trict ......................................... order. Dakota Tractor & Equipment The following bills were allowed and Co., road machinery repairs ordered paid by warrants: Third District ............ Turtle .Mountain Star, office Cities Service Oil Co., gaso- supples for count)" ....... 160.08 line for Third District Arthur W-ayne, mileage in Standard Oil Co., gasoline for criminal actions fOT July . 218.30 Third District ........ The following Justice Report for the/NV. Sheet & Iron Works, re- quarter ending September 30. 1940, pairs for road machinery having been approved by the States' Third District Attorney were at th s ti'me approved[ Aqert Kir]'x'et'd :fi'k 0n by the Board of County Commi:sioners I road Fourth District . and xxa]ants o deled dlaxn a f0t F n r "* "', " .' .... s - ar e.'s Union Oil Co. (Re- lows: iette), gasoline for Fourth A. O. Halvorson, Justice fees 95.05 Lyle \\;V Currie, mileage as I , County Agent 112.00 Fa rway Store. merchandise for gopier poison ...... 4.74 Mrs. John C. Kyle, oats for gopher poison 27.60 Olaf Peterson, unloading bran for grasshopper pcdson . . ].SO Farmer's Union Oil Co. (Ro- lette), gasoline for mixing grasshopper poison ............. 1.44 ADDRESS "*REAL-ESTATE Dunseith, N. D. , Lots 2 and 4 Block 30, O. T. S., Dunselth. for .......... $ Dunseith, N.D. Lots 14 and 16 Block 32, O. T. S., Dunselth, for .......... Dunseith, N D. I,ot 16 Block II, Second Addition to Dunseith, for ..... Rolls, N.D. Lot 8 Block 9, of McIntyre's Second Addition to Rolls, for Zg -District .................................... 155.35 Lawrence Berube, work on road Fourth District ........... 54.50 John V:orrall, work on road Fourth District .................. 142.50 Southwestern Petroleum Co., lubricants for Fourth Dis- trict ............................ 128.3q Standard Oil Co., gasoline for Fourth District ......... gg.37 Jacobsen Bros., repairs furn- ished Fourth Distrlct 11.44 Leon Charbonneau, repairing road tools Fifth District 8.50 Alex Carlile, work on road Fifth District .......... 48.50 Farmer's Union Oil Co., gaso- line for Fifth District ....... 87.04 H. E. Grider, work on road Fifth District ..... 3.00 V. M. Grider, work on road Fifth District .... 5.80 H, J. Douglas, coroner's mile- . age and fees 39.18 } 3,lartin Pinny, juror, s fees and mileage ......................... 4.40 Chas. Jolliffe, juror's fees and mileage ............................. 4.40 Gee. Vandal, juror's fees and mileage ............. 4.40 Lee Jolliffe, witness fees and mileage ............ 2.10 Lloyd Jolliffe, witness fees and mileage ....................... 2.30 Dr. Hughes. witness fees and mileage ..................... 2.20 Reports of the Rolette County Wel- fare Board for expense for July, Aug- ust and September, and the estimated expense for August, September and October were approved by the Board of County Commissioners, and the sum of $100.00 was appropriated for each of the above months by the Board of County Commissioners to cover the county's expense for each of the above months, and the Executive Secretary of the Bolette County V'elfare Board' was authorized to issue orders on the Rolette County Poor Relief Fund in the sum of $100.00 for August. $100.00 for September and $100.00 for October, 1940. The following persons or their rep- resentatives appeared before the Board of County Commissioners during the session and offered to purchase real- estate which Rolette County had ac- quired from the non-Payment of taxes, and after due consideration, on motio duly made. seconded and carried, Ro- lette County sold to the following per- sons the described real-estate immed- iately following their respective name for the amount immediately following the described real-estate: AMOUNT 20.00 20.00 s.00 10.00 ? 17.89 5 P, M.. October 8th, 1940, the Board adjourned until 10 A. M., October 18th, 1940, and the Chairman of the Board" 119.44 of County Commissioners and the Coun- ty Auditor were instructed, directed" and authorized to issue deeds to the 92.87 above named persons for the real- estate immediately following their re- 73.80 spective names for the amount noted above when the amount for which the 200.08 real-estate was sold was paid into the county treasury. 5 P, M., October 8, 1940, tIe Board" 22,43 adjourned until 10 A. M. October 18. 1940. 106.50 JAS. H. PENNY. County Auditor. (Pet. 31) I i IH! I [ HI Through spedal arrangements with the mag- azine publishers we offer America's finest farm and fiction magazlnen combination with our newspaper--at price, that simply cannot be dupHcated elsewhere! Look over th long list of favorites and make YOUR selection today! This Newspaper 1 Tear, and Five s300 8o'rH NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINES GROUP A  SEI.J[CT 2 MA[INr ff McCall's Magafine ----l Yr. f'] 1 (Weddy) _I Yr. [] True Roman .... 1 Yr. 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