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October 5, 1943. <br />The Council met in regular session with Mayor.Fourtner presiding. The roll <br />call showed the following councilmen present, Chandler, Roscoe, Hansen, Jones <br />Hansen and Clausen. <br />The Water Collectors and Treasurere reports were read and ordered filled. <br />A motion was moved and seconded that the bill presented by R. H. Degneau for <br />$67 for killing of dogs during the year be allowed. Vote of the Council <br />Chandler yes, xoscoe yes, Hansen yes, Jones no, Hansen yes, Clausen no. <br />Idotion carried. <br />The Clerk was asked to notify Yost Auto Co.. that the City did not authorize <br />the bill of �4for pulling Grace's horse out of the manhole. <br />A motion was moved and seconded the following bills which were approved by the <br />finance committee be allo,ied and warrentscbe drawn on the proper funds. Motion <br />carried. <br />0. N. Sorenson, box rent--------- 1.00 Crow Hardware, supplies-------- 23.63 <br />P. S. Power w Lig4-ttQo.---------- 1.20;Midway Iron Works, blacksmith--- 16.78 <br />Ed Woodfield, stove for park-----10.00 A. B. Bently., supplies & labor <br />P. S. Power & Light Co----------- 2.60 installing pump--------------- 92.65 <br />Crow Hardware, supplies--------- 2.220akland Shingle Co-------------- 3.50 <br />A. B. Bently, supplies----------- 5.94 0. N. Sorenson, stamped envelopes 75.08 <br />Louis Miller; gas ----------------- 5.25 E. B. Hubbard, bond for water sup. 5.00 <br />P. S. Power & Light Co. st.lightl00.34 P. S. Power& Light Co.-----------157.87 <br />J. J. Xiernan, labor ------------- 25.00 Pittsburgh Equit. Meter, supplies 47.20 <br />Lewis Valois, labor-------------- 8.00 0. N. Sornnson, box rent--------- .75 <br />Sid Zelly, labor ----------------- 53.00 Ed. Telephone Co. phone calls---- .55 <br />E. M. Martin, labor -------------- 19.00 Mrs. D. M. Parker, cleaning------ 5.00 <br />Dewey Leyda, labor --------------- 13.00 Bert Anderson, covering garbage-- 10.00 <br />Yost Auto Co. storage & Service-- 9.50 P. S. Power 9. Light Co.---------- 4.84 <br />tt. H. Degneau, killing dogs ------ f7.00 E. B. Hubbard, license for truck-- 1.50 <br />Gordon Magill came before the Council and reported that he was building a <br />house on Walnut street between ninth and tbath, and that he and Mr. Foss have <br />purchased one inch and three-quarter inch yrster pipe, they are digging the <br />ditch and laying the pipe. Mr. Magill wanted to know who would be the <br />owner of pipe, in case he wanted to sell sometime in the future. A Motion <br />was moved and seconded that :Mr. Magill and Foss be reimbursed for cost of <br />pipe in water and the City become the owner of pipe, the parties concerned <br />to lay the pipe under the direction of the Water Superintendent.. ;Motion <br />carried. <br />;"later Superintendent Rc H. Doty reported the new pump had been installed <br />and the tank on tenth avenue was sealed. He-als.o reported that three tires <br />on the city truck needed -recapping. A motion was moved and seconded that <br />the street and water superintendent be authorized to have three tires re- <br />capped. Motion carried. <br />Chief of Police R. H. Degneau reported that ilr. Duvall, who lives on fourth <br />street, in the fire district, is building a wooden structure garage, to be <br />covered with corrugated sheet iron. This was referred to Fire Chief V1. C. <br />Engels. <br />There being no further business a motion was moved and seconded the meeting <br />adjourn. Carried. <br />V,4 <br />�rv, <br />Assi tant City Clerk 1,:ayor. <br />r <br />October 19, 1943. <br />The Council met in regular with Mayor 2ourtner presiding. The roll call <br />showed the following councilmen present, Chandler, Roscoe, Hansen, Jones, <br />Savage, Hansen and Clausen. Chandler,, <br />The minutes of.the following meeting were read and approved. A motion was <br />moved and seconded that the bill for S;24 to John J. Siernan for labor on the <br />water main be paid. !lotion carried. <br />A report was read from the State Health Department which shows the water from <br />the city wellsto conform with the U. S. Bacteriological Standards for drinking <br />tiater. <br />N <br />