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VOL. XXII.
rvsv C. GOULD, President : C. M. TI7CKKR, Vic«-Preiildent
(OKVK C. GOULD, President - CECIL C. CARTER, Asst. Cashier -• !
" VVN E. SVKOKNT, Cashier CECIL L. CARTER, Asst. Cashier
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FLUDAY HAKBOE, WASIirNUTON, FRIDAY, JANUABY 17, 1913
Board Proceedings
The Board of County Commis
sioners met in regular session Mon
| day morning. January 6, 1913, with
iaii ihe members of the Board ajf
the clerk present, at which time.th£
fulknvLg county oueiness was traris
j acted-
The plat oi the lownsite 01 Doe j
Bay was examined and approved.
Claims against the county were
! examined and approved and war
rants ordered drawn on the county
current fund as follows:
V. J.Capron. health officer 5 -5.00 !
Friday Harbor Hospital, care of poor 344.00 j
W. A. Dighttnan, drayina
C. E, Maxwell, del. election supplies, 1.00 j
Alfred Douglas, 'phone rent 1-.90
Island Woodman Association, hall
rent election 6-00
Oscar Weeks, hall rent...../.. .....':.' \ 3.00 \
C.E. Hackett,- refund. ...............'. ' : 5.00 |
C. O. Reed, coroner— —...... —... 10.30
Friday Harbor Drug Co.. supplies.. 6.95 ■
W. H. McCrary, grave for Blanchard 10.00 j
Friday Harbor Machine , Works, re: ';. ; \
pairing pump — .;.....: -4.75 j
E^iias" Anderson, cleaning courthouse 13.00 j
Union I'm- & Binding: Co.. blanks. •• 9.50 ,
Norrian Driggs, launch hire.... —.. ■ : 4.00 j
Mass, Bonding and ■Insurance Co., '„
treasurer's b0nd....................,. 100.00
Mount Constitution Lodge I/O. O. F. %
hall rent ....•:..:.../.....; V 10.00 j
I Ross Tulloch, pump repair...."'........ : 15 .
I The Journal, publishing f.............,; 158.25 |
|Sac Juan Islander, pub. official ballot 119.25
■ -"' . " Election ballots.:.., '37.50 j
• " '.',', Printing & station'y 32.85 j
San Juan Agr. Co., freight.:. :..::..::\{ 10.95
S. V, Boyce. traveling expense ..'.'.(-.,' 25.20
Sweeney & Allen,' supplies-.. •.....;.. ■< 4.00
O. L. Loos, launch hire .:'....' .....>.; 3,00
Herman- Fredell, repairing lights.... ,; 1.00
: j . L. Murray, assessor ..................; 80.00
R, A. Richardson Co., carb0n......... ■: : 3,30
E.F. Harpst, launch hire... ..'..;.... 38.50
P. A. Jensen,' election... ... .........:. \ 10.12
E. A. Sutton. :",: ...,....:.....:.^.-• 10.12
Loyal Larsen, . " .................. ,10.12 j
J. W. Frits.. " ... ..:....::.:.. 10.12 j
C.H. Baker " ..'..'. 10.12!
Yakima Bindery, supplies 24.00
Ethan Allen, e1ecti0n.....'... ....'..... 1 5.80 !
E. Rahorst, " : \........:..■•: 3.00
H.H.Stewart " ! .......... .>;:..;: 3.00
G.R. Emerling. " - . .... . .:. ........;. 7.00
jTo. Bergman. ."' ...;;... ■\.:'.:^;.'. 7.00
y.C. Doyle. : " • :.:....:.:^...:..^-'7M:
W. F. Button "...'...;:.....;■.'-;;;;v/;7.75
iS, Downie, " ........ .......V' ; :-\ 6.75
li. Graham, "" 8.75
D;M, Brilhart ," ', .:...;..:.X.:'.':.■". ' 4.50
James Crook, > : ;". ....;....:.:..;:.. '■•■ ' 4.&J
L. M. Harper ■ . " .. ;.'..:..:-:/; 6.00
A. Droulard.-"'•.... 3 00
Bert Chevalier, " :... >■ 3.00
M. Eriekson, : " ' „...^........*:::';;; i y 3'oo
D.Bower. ; " : .... 6.9S
R/B.Alfree. " .."....'. ..." ■ 600
N. B. r Davis, • " .....-....".:..;;../ 6.00
E.W.Harrison. " .......'i'.'..'.'.*'.;;:./"' - 7.50
Sutherland," . ..;./......:...v.v. -7.50
B.E.Harrison " •" - 7.50
E.F.Templin. " •':..:...:...V..v.':n 7.50
jW. H. Hunton. " ; ''.:...'.;. .. "..^£.^^7.50
i J.S.Kepler, ;„ " ; :... .:.......^/.; ; '8.00
H. Mathesius. " ....' ..............'■.8.00
J.H. Boede, ' " ..:.............. 8.00
Wm. Johnson, " .........'.....:... 8.00
O.Larabee. ■• .'*...■., 6.00
Geo. Hutcheson" " ' 6.00
Jas. Mikeljohn " ' 9.00
Thus, T. Jones, ' " - • Primary 3300
L. Howell. .- " ; 3.25
Thos. T. Jones' " ..' 3.00
E.F. Fowler. " .".'..:. I.':''.'■' :; 3.00
J.F.>runs, . " ...'. 7.50
Unien Ptg. & Binding Co. supplies- ;; ■-;:, '• -88
Road and Bridge fund — .
James F. King, damages '. ,- H-«>
Chas. Williams, launch, per. highway ; 43.09
H. L. Coffin, engineer ,-.59.75
Norman Driggs, launch, per highway *-50
H. L. Coffin, surveying Cousins road 17.50
i Charles Williams, launch; and. labor
, ■ *-- (Cousins road) r..-.;;'-. ;:.':.r:-r2f^^wi)
1 f• Game Protection fund — •
R. P. Guard, game warden .... •• •"••""•S V&M
1 Duncan Bowerv^M^^^S£ WWW
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C.A.Kent, " 50,00
Wesley Langell " 150.00
In the matter of the divisio« of
School Dist. No. 11, the time of
hearing was set for 1:30, P. M.
April 8. 191?.
The road petitioned for by Frank j
Jensen et al. was ordered examined j
end surveyed.
The report of Roy P. Guard, su
pervisor of Road Dist. No. 1, was
examined and appro\ed ard war-!
rants ordered drawn as follows:
R. P. Guard, Supervisor, $58.75
Ross Tulloch. Hardware, 27.50
J. 0. Bergman, Shovels, ' 2.00
A. D. Con way", Blacksmithing. 1.10
L. B. Carter. Hardware, 9.1G |
J. J. Sandwith, Cutg. thistles, 2.00 '
San Juan Ag. Co., Plow rep., 6.50 j
The report of Wesley Langell,
supervisor of Road Dist. No. 2,
Improvement; Club Meeting Monday Night
\ Election of Officers—Program
»
! was examined and approved and
! vv -rrants ordered drawn as follows:
I VVes. Langell, Supervisor, $30.00
JTemplin Pair Co., Shovel. .75
B. F. Shattuck, Blacksmith. 4U5
The report of Thos. G. Blake,
supervisor of Road Dist. No. 3, was
examined and approved and war
rants ordered drawn as follows:
Thos. G. Blake, supervisor, $12.50
Saml. McCauley, Plow points, 1.00
Ncls Johnson, Cedar, 3.00
Hodgson & Graham, Hdw.. 2.65
The report of Ed. Buchanan,
supervisor of Road Dist.. No. 4, was
examined and approved and war
rants ordered drawn as follows:
Ed. Buchanan. Supervisor, $57.50
Hodgson & Graham, Hdw., 21.15
J. A. B'lchaian, Lbr. etc., 15.00
S. Downie. Moving fence, 5 50
The report of Onrer Freel was
examined and approved and war
rants ordered drawn as follows:
Omer freel, supervisor, $20.00
The road petitioned for by Wm.
Buchanan et. al. was ordered exam
ined and surveyed.
The annual report of H. L. Coffin ,
co.inty enigneer. was submitted to
tne board and the same was read
and approved.
The honds for the different
county officers were, examined and
approved as follows:
B. O. Cahail, County Treasurer.
S. V. Boyce, Sheriff
H. L. Coffin, Engineer
C; O. Reed, Coroner
Jno. H. Boyce, Assessor
Ethel M. Perry, Clerk
Frank P. Christenen. Pros. Atty.
R. D. Madden, Auditor
Thos. G. Blake, Com. 3rd Dist.
Ethan Allen. J. of P. Waldron Id.
precinct.
Ernest Rahorst Constable. Waldron
. Id. precinct.
H. M. Gow, J. of P., Orcas precinct
No. 2.
N. B. Davis, J. of P., Orcas precinct
No. 3.
Roy P. Guard was appointed road
supervisor of Road Dist. No. 1, and
his bond for same was examined
and approved.
The treasurer was ordered to
transfer from the A. Y. P. fund,
$18.00; from the County Land fund,
$281.09, and from the Game Pro
tection fund $700.00, to the Rond
Redemption fund and pay off one
uf of the county court house bonds.
The auditor was instructed to
draw a warrant on the funds of
Road >Dist. No. 3 in favor of Beal &
£o. in the sum of $230.00 in pay
ment of Little Western grader and
road drag.
O. Larabee was appointed Super
visor of Road Djst. No. 3. and E. A.
Eaton was appointed supervisor of
Road Dist. No. 4.
W. J. Shaw was appointad super
visor of Road Dist. No. 8.
The auditor was instructed to
draw a warrant in favor of himself j
for incidental expense in the sum
of $50.00.
Application having been made
to the Board of County Commission
-1 ers to lease Lots Two, Three and
Four, in Block "C," and Lots One
and Two in Block "D," the board
ordered the auditor to advertise
I for b*ids for the leasing of said prop

| erty.
J. 0. Bergman, Jr., W. E. Arm
strong and Wm. Graham were ap
!p:inted appraisers to appraise the
j improvements on Lots Two. Three j
land Four, in Block "C," and Lots
! One and Two, in Block "D."
The auditor was instructed to
i draw a warrant in the sum of $50.
--jOO in favor of G. N. Culver, on the
|iunds of Road Dist. No. 2. as the
(final payment for the construction
'of the road petitioned for by G. N.
I Martin et. al.
The treasurer submitted his
i quarterly report and the same was
checked and approved.
Co.nmissioners per diem and mile
age allowed as follows:
Jas. A. Buchanan - $14.40
D. B. She!) - - 12-80
J. H. Boyce - - 13-80
Adjourned to meet Monday, April
7, 1913.
Jas. A. Buchanan
Attest: Chairman.
R. D. Madden
Clerk ot board of County"Corns:
Committees Appointed
At the council meeting Tuesday
evening the oath ot office was ad
ministered to the new councilmen
—Leon Little, L. A. Rudow and
Harvey Baker —by mayor pro tern
C. H. Baker. Before leaving for
Olympia Mayor Capron had made
his committee appointments for tbe
year, which were read as follows:
- Ways and Means — Rudow, Nash.
Cahail. Judiciary—Little, Cahail,
Rudow. License—Baker, Little.
Nash. Streets and Alleys—Cahail,
Little, Nash Water and Lights—
Nash, Rudow, Baker.
NO. 52
Court House Damaged
Friday Harbor citizens were
aroused Monday evening by unusual
noises, as of the falling of heavy
material, but most of them were
not aware of what had happened
until the next morning:. A portion
of the brick coping on the court
housa toppled and fell, carrying
some of the cornice with it. Brick
masons say the work on the court
house is a disgrace to their profes
sion, and that this portion in partic
ular w^s laid without any regard
for rules of the trade or workman
ship. In other words the contract
or who did the job "worked" the
county.
To prevent further damage all
the coping has been taken off this
week, and as will be seen by a no
tice in another place, a special meet
ing of the county eommisioners is
called for Monday, January 27, for
the purpose of taking steps for re
pairing the damage.
Local Merchants and Parcels Post
The information published last
week regarding parcels post rules
and conditions was very helpful.
Below is again printed the zone
rates, showing the advantage the
local merchant has over his outside
competitor. An eleven pound pack
age can be mailed to a rural deliv
ery customer for 15 centb. It would
! cost a Seattle merchant 46 cents to
deliver the same package, and
take two or three days longer to do
it. It is an interesting problem,
and ss to what effect it will have on
the local merchant and how he will
finally solve it, is a matter for
study. That there will be a hustle
for business is certain. Whether
the city merchant will get if; a!i, or
whether the country merchant with
the advantage of rates and time,
may still get his share, is the ques
tion.
Rural routes and city delivery,
first pound, sc; each additional
pound, lc; 11 .pounds, 15c.
50-mile zone, first pound, sc;
each additional pound, 3:.; 11
pounds, 35c.
150-mile zone, first pound, 6c;
each additional pound, 4c; 11
pounds, 46 cents.
300-mile zone, first pound. 7c;
each additional pound, sc; 11
pounds. 57c
600-mile zone, first pound, 8c;
each additional pound, 6c; 11
pounds, 68c
1,000-mile zone, first pound. 9c;
each additional pound, 7c; 11
pounds, 79c
1.400-mile zone, first pound, 10c;
each additional pound, 9c; 11
pounds, $1.00.
1,800-mile zone, first pound, lie;
each additional pound. 10c; 11
pounds, $1.11.
Over 1,800 miles, first pound,
12c; each additional pound, 12c;
11 pounds, $1.32. __

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