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Issued every Saturday morning. Enter
ed as second-class matter Oct. 31, 1907,
at the postoffice at Colville, Washington
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NEWS IN COLVILLE
Miss Edith Cattle returned to Col
ville after a week's vacation suent
with friends at Northport.
A son was bom to Mr. and Mrs.
John McNamee on Colville route 1.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Berwar and dau
ghter Fiances of Kellogg, Idaho, are
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
M. Scherette. They will make Col
ville their home after disposing of
their interests in Kellogg.
Miss Margaret Ferris has returned
from a three weeks visit with her
friend Miss Lavina Dilworth in Spo
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gordon spent a
few days the first of the week in
Mrs. Leora Jesseph and two
grandsons, Wayne and Sinclair
Phillips, left Thudsday morning for
Edwall for a months visit with her
son Ward Jesseph, who is cashier
of the Edwall State bank. She
will visit at Davenport with her son
M. E. Jesseph, prosecuting attor
ney of Lincoln county.
Miss Louise Bassett of Enumclaw
came to Colville Tuesday to visit
the E. C. Durdle family for an in
definite time. Mr. and Mrs. Durdle
are formerly from that place and
Miss Bassett is one of their many
friends from there.
Mr. and Mrs. Burdine Carroll and
children of Seattle are visiting at
the home of his parents Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Carroll.
Subscribers to the Examiner should
note the credit on their address, as
showing when their subscriptions ex
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tions in stopping at expiration.
The Examiner has for years made
a specialty of high class job work,
and*in this department does all classes
of commercial printing, society print
ing, color work, engraving, emboss
ing, punching, ruling, perforating,
loose leaf work and carries a stock of
loose leaf binders and fillers for same.
This office sells all classes of cuts,
notarial and corporation seals, corpor
ation books, stock certificates, bonds
and warrants. Mail orders are
Mrs. Chas. Adam went to Spo
kane a week ago Wednesday and re
turned home Monday.
State of Ohio. City of Toledo,
Lucas County, 88.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of P. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business In the City
(if Toledo, County and State aforesaid,
and that said firm will pay the sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE. PRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my preaence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1886. A. W. OLP.ASON,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken In
ternally and acts through the Blood on
i In' Mucous Surfaces of the System.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
To feel strong, have good appetite
and digestion, sleep soundly and en
joy life, use Burdock Blood Bitters,
the family system tonic. Price,
160 acres; 25 cultivated, 10 or
chard, 120 timber. Ready market,
and timber will pay for land, leav
ing best farm in the county. Owner
must sell. Terms, or trade for
cattle. Robert Horton, ColvMe.
IN THE CHURCHES
.Sabbath school every Saturday.
Mass at eight and ten o'clock on
first and third Sundays. Mass at
ten o'clock on second and fourth Sun
days. Rev. E. 8011, S. J., officiating.
Service every Sunday at 11, at the
chapel. Wednesday evenings at 8.
Sunday morning subject "Truth."
Rev. Gabriel Sykes, pastor.
Sunday school at 10.
Public worship at 11.
Union services at the Congrega
tional church at 8:30.
ST., JOHN'S EPISCOPAL
Next Sunday morning the rector
will hold services at Chewelah, and
in the evening he will have the reg
ular Vesper service at 8 at StJohn's
in Colville\ The girls' choir will
sing, and the organist Miss Acorn
will give pleasing numbers on the
organ. All are invited.
Rev. J. M. Huggins, who filled the
Congregational pulpit last Sunday,
wil preach again in that church
next Sunday morning. A congre
gational meeting will be called im
mediately following the morning
service, at which every member is
urged to be present. Union services
at the Congregational church, Sun
day evening at 8:30, Rev, Schlauch
preaching the sermon.
Guy Denny, pastor.
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Preaching service 11 a. m., Rev. G.
R. Schlauch, pastor.
B. Y. P. U., 7:00. Leader Miss
Prayer meeting Wednesday eve
CHURCH OF CHRIST (CHRISTIAN)
I. E. Metcalf, minister.
Our church school- meets from 10
to 11, and immediately following we
have our worship period. Subject
of sermon "The Home."
Union meeting at 8:30 at the
Congregational church. Rev. G.
Sykes of the M. E. church will
SCHEDULE OF THE
Sept. I—Labor day..
Sep. 1-6—Spokane Interstate fair.
Sept. 7—G. A. R. encampment,
Sep. 15-20—State Fair, Yakima.
Oct, 1, 2, 3—Stevens County Live
stock Association annual show, Col
Oct. 1, 2, 3—tfank of Colville
Corn Show, Colville.
Mrs. S. K. Rosenthal is spending a
few days in Spokane this week.
Mrs. A. H. Sutton of Independ
ence, Kansas, arrived Saturday for
a visit with her son Supt. A. T.
Sutton. F. M. Davis of Northport,
a brother of Mrs. Sutton, with his
wife came Saturday evening and
remained over Sunday. On his re
turn he was accompanied by Mrs.
Sutton who went for a week's visit.
The barn of H. C. Gates on his
farm near the Red schoolhouse 3
miles north of the city was struck
by lightning Wednesday evening at
6:30 and with the contents of 15
tons of hay was completely destroy
ed by fire. The electric light and
power wires, which pass over his
barn and which furnish electricity
for Colville, were burned oft* and the
city was deprived of light until
Miss Violet Millikan of Spokane is
visiting with her grandparents Mr.
and Mrs. M. Scherette this week.
Mrs. George McAlevy of Tacoma
is visiting at the home of her sister
Mrs. A. B. Sansburn.
A surprise was tendered Rev. and
Mrs. G. Sykes last evening to help
them celebrate their 30th wedding
anniversary. Members of the
church met at the W. L. Biggar
home, and then went to the church.
A short program was given, with
singing by the Junior choir. Light
refreshments were served.
Come in and hear the new
Columbia dance records.
You can't help but dance
when you hear them.
The Colville Examiner, Saturday, July 26, 1919
Official Proceedings of the
Board of County Com
Colvllle, Wash., July 7, 19111.
Board of county commissioners met
imrsuant to adjournment; Commis
sioners Hughes and Hunt present.
The day wan spent in opening mail
and attending to general business.
Board adjourned to July 8.
July 8. 1919 .
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment; CommiHHionors Hughes and
In tin- matter <>f the hearing on
Horticultural Lien No. 19. againnt
Eva Lawrence, owner of the k\4 of
SEU of SW^i of section 21, town
ship 11 north, range 37, E. W. M., in
th.- amount of $fBO, with contu of
$1.85; this matter coming on for hear
ing at 10 a. in., the time set for Mild
hearing, and no one appearing to rep-
rp."<'nt tho owner of said property,
said claim Is hereby declared to be a
lii-n against paid property, together
with Interest thereon at the rate of,
six per cent per annum from June 2
1919, until paid.
Bills Allowed at follows:
11. C. Adkins, repair work, P. R. &
R# 1, $1.50.
H. C. Adlcim;, et al, road work, D.
R. & R. 1. $159.63.
S. H. Bender, ot al. road work, T>.
R, & b. l, nr..60.
J. C. Blakeslee, ot al, road work. D.
It & B. 1. $75.
L#fi R. Blake road work anil sup
plies, D. R. & B. 1, $45.70.
Columbia Oarage, truck supplied, D.
R. & B. 1. $2.95.
E._ E. ffinsor, road work, P. R. & B.
'J. W. Hefting. Kradcr repair, TV R.
& R. 1. $1.26.
J. H. Ibsen, repair work, P. R. &
B. 1, $14.35.
Ti*. M. Jennings, et al, roail work
P. R. & TL. 1, $29.
J. C. Wilson * Co., supplier, D. R.
& B. 1. 14.75.
J. R. PoPhaill, road work, P. R. &
B. 1. $10.50.
O. O. McGuire, ct al, roiid work, P.
R. & B. 1, $2(57.75.
Pine Lumber Co., plonk, P. R. &-
R 1, $10.52.
Lee F. Richard <Hal. engine re
pairs, -P. S » B. 1, $21.
Spokann C. & T. Co., engine repairs,
D. n. I b. l, $30.
Clarence Tiffany, et al, road work,
P. R. & B. 1, $87.50.
H. C. Butler, et al. road work. D.
R. .%: B. 2, $81.50.
M. C. Cooper ot al, road work, P.
It. & IS. 2. $91.50.
W. T. Kirknam, et al, road work,
P. R. & H. 2, $2fi.
Oust Maki, ct al, road work, P. R.
& B. 2, $I' 4.
P. A. Rasmunaen, et al. road work.
P. R. & B. 2. $138.
Willett Bros., truck supplies. P. R.
Chas. Sell, et al, road work, T>. R.
& B. 2, $133.
& B. 2 $1.90.
In the matter of opening bids for
the contract for the construction of
permanent highway No. SA. in sec
tions 2 and 10, township 3. r. aorth.
range 37 E. W. M., this matter com
ing on at 2 p. m., the time set for the
opening of said bids, the following
bids were received: Paul LrvPlsnt
$8.924.00, L. M. Rusch $9,500.00.
The bid of Paul LaPlant bointr con
sidered the best bid received, said Md
is hereby accepted and said contract
awarded to Paul T.aPlnnt upon the
fllinp and approval of the required
Board adjourned to July !>.
July 9, ISI9.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment; all members present.
Bills allowed as follows:
John Acorn et al. bridge work, R.
& 8., $214.
Oliver Hutchins, plank. R. & 8.,
K. A. Holston, plank R. & 8., J27.62.
M. Kulzer, bridge supplies, R. & R..
J. O. Kulzer, plank, R. & F!., 57R.40.
Paul LaPlant, road work, R. «• 8.,
U. G. Myers, freighting. R. & 8.,
Pond Lumber Co., plank, R. A 8.,
Otto Schmidt, right or way, R. & B.
Standard Oil Co., gas and oil, R. A
A. Victor, plank, R. & Ti., $43.10.
I?. E. Weyand et al, brldpre repair,
R. & 8., $50.75.
R C. Conner, grade stakes, P.H.M.,
B. B. fjrowdon, road work, P.H.M.,
A. Graham, plank, P.HM... $115.20.
J. C. Wilson & Co., road tools, P.H.
A. J. Medley, road work. P.H.M.,514.
M. & M. Cash Store, supplies. P.H.
E. A, Mathews, road work, P.H.M.,
Geo. W. Perkins et al, road work,
Lee F. Richard, road work, P.H.M.,
Martin F. Scheele ct al, bridge re
pair, P.H.M., $70.60.
P. C. Wrigley, loader repairs. P.H.
Chas. White, nails, P. H. M.. $2.60.
Keller Hdw. Co., supplies, D. R. A
B. 1, $14.50.
R. E. Lee Co., bolts, P. R. & B. I,
C. M. Baker et al, road work, D. R.
& B. 2, $23.50.
H. M. Bennett, road work, P. R. &
B. 2, $1.
Wm. Buckley, road work. D. R. &
B. 2, $18.
City Transfer, freight and drayage,
D. R. & B. 2, $1.98.
Wm. L. Charlton. plank, P. R. &
B. 2, $19.9'
Gust Calander, road work, D. R. &
B. 2, $28.
E. K. Crewse et al, road work, D.
R. & B. 2. $439.50.
General Machinery Co., grader bit,
P. R. & B. 2, $10.60.
Clair Hunt, tel. and express, T>. R.
& B. 2, $5.47.
L. P. Johnsen et al, road work, D.
R. & B. 2, $90.25.
Kendrick Merc. Co., road supplies,
D. R. & B. 2, $23.37.
Kendrick Merc. Co., supplies, D. R.
& B. 2, $10.75.
Keller Hdw. Co., supplies, P. R. &
B. 2, $88.97.
Leader Dept. Store, supplies, l>. R.
& B. 2, $20.10.
If. L. Liston et al, road work, D.
R. & B. 2, $325.25.
Jan. Morrow et al, road work, D. R.
& B. 2, $91.
Jas. Morrow et al, bridge repair,
R. & 8., $44.
Walter McKern, truck driver, D.
R. & B. 2, $9.69.
H. McClurg, road work, D. R. A B.
Chris McPonell et al, road work,
P. R. & B. 2, $53.
C. H. McNitt et al, road work, D.
R. & B. 2, $378.
C. H. Parliament, road work, D. R.
& B. 2, $18.
P. H. Parsons et al, road work. D.
R. & B? 2, $258.
R. E. Lee Co., supplies, D. R. A B.
Standard Lumber Co., plank, I). R.
& B. 2, $16.20.
M. R. Strong, repair work, D. R. &
B. 2, $10.
Standard Oil Co., tractor supplies,
P. R. & B. 2, $29.39.
Standard Oil Co., gasoliuo. P. It. &
B. 2, $19.98.
Albert Schwetger et al, road work,
p. R. & B. 2, $16.50.
A. P. Abbott et al, road work, D.
R. & B. 3, $194.60.
J. E. Boggs, plank, P. R. <fc B 3. ;
G. J. Buck et al, road work, D. R. i
& B. 3, $106.25.
•Ray Polliver et al, road work, P. !
R. & B. 3. $365.25.
Deer Park Hdw. Co., powder, D. R. i
ft B. 3, $10.86.
Deer Perk Art. Stone Co., tile, D.
R. & B. 3, $12.
Bert Ellis et al, road work. D. R. '
& B. 8, $116.
R. J. Flick et al, road work, T>. R.
* B. 3, $50.
W. T. Jarrett et al road work, T>.
R. & B. 3, $185.75.
M. Kulzer. mipplins, D. R. & B. 3,
Fred Maddock, plank, D. R. & 8.3,
If. H. Montgomery, plank. P. R. *
B. 3. $28.30.
S. J. McKenile et al. road work,
P. R. & B. 3. $287.2.1.
Toner Roitc et al, road work, D j
It. Ar H. 3, K7.
V S. Reed, plank. D. EL * B. 3
Bpokune q & T. Co., road Mgn, D.
R. & B. 3, 11.20.
Standard Oil Co., gasoline D. R. &
IMV. Vioecore, plank. U. R. A B.
' R E. Weyand et al. road work D.
R. & It. 3, $101.
Hoard adjourned to July 10.
July 10, mi''.
Board met purmiant to adjourn*
m«nt; all members present.
Hills allowed as follows:
Mrs. Iila .Tefforson, roller loldler'a
widow, 8. R.. $26.
R. C. Durdlo. expense agricultural
agent, Auric, $11.
Colville Examiner, xuppli'x f.ir ag
riculturist, Agric, $2.30.
Pacillc Te.l. i Tel. Co., phone rent
and service. Agric, $4.60.
Wlllett Hros., Auric, auto ;i< nl
Logsdon HOw. ft Imp. Co., roail
supplies, P.H.M., $18.60.
Cifo. N. Noah et al, road work, P.
R. & B. 1, $£7.75.
JameH Chare, road work, 1). It. & R
S. E. Clark ct al, road work. D. II.
& R 1. $22.
W. A. McKern, road work IX R. *i
B. 1, $4.80.
I...gsdon Hdw. & Imp. Co.. a-cploa
iveH, D. R. & a 3. $14.46.
Carroll's Pharmacy, Huppllen countv
officials, C, R. $8.1)0.
Cnlvillp Kxaminer, nounty prlnttOK
and supplies, C. E., $99.17.
PnciOc Tel. & Tel. Co., phona real
and service, C. E., $87.78.
Statesman-Index, suppllex rountv
officials c. E., $43.90.
Win, GlUines. expense county ns-
RORsor, C. B.. J7.88.
A. P. Strobe, deputy Mieiaor, C, E..
Stensror-Oraham Drujr Co., Hiippli>-<
for assessor, C. E., 90e.
Will C. Spedden, auditor, revolving
fund. C. E.. 146.68.
Trick «• Murray, vault llxtures. C
Trick & Murray, supplies for clerk,
O. K. t $128.G7.
E. I.. Allen, labor for engineer, C,
Wm. Coutts, livery for MCtoetr, C.
C, A. HcbcrllnK, expense Bounty •»-
STineer,, C. B., 122.10.
Keller Hdw. Co., .supplies for onurl
neer, C. ID., 45c.
J. H. Kinjf labor for engineer, C.
T. II. Offutt, expense deputy engi
neer, C. K., $22.35.
John Offutt, labor for «ngln«>«r, C.
w. H. Ogle, car hire for engineer.
C. E.. $9.
Mrs. Alice Rice, lodfflnff for deputy
enKinoer, C. B., $15.
S. T. Jordan & Co., supplier for en
gineer, C. E. $23.40.
Rpringdale Garage, car hire for
engineer, C. E., $10.65.
Shaw & Harden Co., supnlics for
onclneer, C. E., 81c.
Willett Prop., engineer's- unto ac
count, C. E., $47.66.
Wm. Ttuekley, laboi on courthouse
grounds, C. E.. $26.
Coiville Laundry Co., laundry work.
C. K. 55c.
City Transfer, freight and drayape,
C. R., $2.90.
Frank Hockenbeary. cleaning fur
nnces, C. K., $7.
Independent Pub. Co., publishing.'
call for bids, O. ft, 16.
Northwest Chemical Co., janitor's
supplies, C. m, $31.
W. T. Ferguson, expensi- horticul
tural inspector. C. E., $13.55.
J. C. Wilson & Co. horticulturist's
auto account, C, E., $21.>»0.
E. J. Kelloy. hortlculturisfH auto
account, C. E., $43.
Pwipht M. Smith, horticulturist'.
auto account, C. E., $4.
Willett nrr>a., horticulturist's autr.
account. C. E., $1.46.
Ttai-mans, tnc. indigent supplli-s.
C. E., $20.»6.
Chas. Olbbert indigent supplies. C.
Kendrick Merc. Co.. Indigent Hup
plieB, C. E., $52.
.1. Keller, Indigent Hupplies, C. E..
Leader liept. Store, indigent sup
plies, C. E., $39.15.
Oco. W. Lockle, rent for indigent.
C. E., $7.
Quinn McCord, burial '.f indigent.
C. R. $25.
II & M. Cash Store, indigent sup
plies, a E., $39.
B. T. Jordan & Co., indlgi-ut nup
plies, C. B., $9.50.
S. S. ZwuiiH, indigent HiipplieH, C.
C. K. Baeumle, meals fur prisoner, •
C. E., W.40. [
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ADMISSION 20c & 40c including tax
Mm. J. S. Maker, labor at jail. C. K.,
Mi.^.^ liessle Watson, laundry for
a'. I.'. QJUatto, .1. P.; St. vh. Han.l-.
<'. ED., $2.r>o.
A. I.. Knapp. J. r Si. vs. Thonip-
A., ' ■ 1 ,V ( | 1"I'I>' •'■ •' Sl- »» NelHon,
A. I,. Kniiup, I P.: SI. vs. 'instill -
Johii Wilson,'J, P.: si. vs. tehopf,
Hiirniuns, Inc. aupptlea for lountv
in rin. *:12.30.
Colvllle p, A T. Cot, repatri at
Echo Val.' .v- (Jot. Tel. Co pilose
n in m county farm. C. B., $k.
Keller Hardware c,>., -upin . for
county farm, c. R, ji.ib.
Leader Dept, •tors auppllea fur
mt.\- farm, C. K.. $11.
Chan. Suiu'onl. iiiii' eounty farm ln>
Stenfer-Qr'ahara Drug Co.. euppllaa
for ni > farm, C. id.. J3.<*!i
l-'r.-il .1. i',,,,n.-v. dppiiiv mIi. iiiT and
expense, C. I-:., fifi.r.o.
Win. •'ouitM. ear hire for •herlff, C.
Columbia uniiiBf, kIhtIIT'h auto ac
count, C. E., $29.05.
H. M. Pormiin. deputy IherlH iiml
expenae, C. ED., »15.5O. '
\V. H. Graham. HhorllTV •xpamea
C. 10.. $27.27.
1>. !•'. Hani, deputv KhiTlrTii i>x
panae, C. EL $1.86.
Charles HalnoM, deputy hIihi-IIT nml
nxpenie. C. R.. $ic.
.1. S. l.nnc, deputy nli.Tilf. C. K.. $li.
I.. A. Bliemore, expenae deputy
sheriff, C. E.. $7.50.
L. a. Btaemore, deputy Hiniifr. c.
Bancrort-Whltnay d.. mppllei fur
Judge ami profeoutor, C. R., $4.1.
Independent Pub. Co., mipplle» f..i
proHi-c-uUiiK attorney, c. i;.. $12.Go.
Oiee W. N'nhle. expense protecutins
attorney. C. 1:.. $Ti.S9.
l.ydlii A. Charltun. Rlli rrade
Uvam«., C. E.. *6.
Mar* Bller, sth trade Bxami C
J. 1-:. Hortetler, Sth K 'rnde Kxnin.-..
''. !■:.. $(1. .
Ariel ah h.iiikIi county uhool Board,
'•. B., I8T.60.
Mary Lucai, county ichnol board,
C, E.. *B7.50.
Lillian Menke, 8th Kind.- Hmmms.
1'. B., $1L'.
Mr». F. B. Mltohell, Ml. irrade
Rxam«:, C. K., $«.
Bertha Noreroaa, sth Krnde Blxami.
c B. $c.
K111111 A. Rog-era, 8th grade Exam*.,
r. r:., »«.fi6.
A. T. sution, county ichool board,
c. k.. *sr>.fi2.
Clara u Btutuman, Ith rrade
Annii Sherwood, 8th kiu<\.- Bxam«.,
r. k.. HMO.
Alma VVelgelt, Nth grade Bxam*.,
P. R., 18,
Blliabeth BUnnard, expenae miy
Ruparlntendent C. v... $32.49.
cniviiie Examiner, suppiiis for au
perlntendent C. K.. tvf.lt.
John W. Qraham & Co., aupplloa foi
auperlntendent, C. B,, $C.
Win, Coutta, livery for aheriff, C,
O. K. Oarage, livery foi ai rlnten
.lent, C. K., $11.
•s. w. Oile, livery for auperintm
dent. C, B., $9.60.
W. II. Ogle livery Tor probation of
llcer. C R, $11."i0.
s. \v. ogle, iivcry for probation of
deer, C. BT. ||,1B,
Barllda McKeown, expenae int>
treaaurer," C, E., $B2.r.-l.
Pioneer h, A P. Co., auppllea for
Irnaaurer, <'. !•:., $70.17.
Vukima B. S I'. Co., auppllea fur
trpaaurer. C. B., $fi.57.
Board adj n. <l to July 11.
July 11 Hun,
Board met purauanl i" adjourn
ment. All meinl)' r.s preeent,
The county auditor Ih hereby order
ed to draw 11 wHrriint mii Die C. 1:
Hind for the siiim of $i«. in favor of
.1 niri.-.- Petty, probation officer for It.
R. fare for juvenile charge, Pranh
The county auditor is hereby Qrdcr
eii to iiraw a warrant on the 11. &
B. fund for the sum of $U.:tS, in
i favor of the State tnduatrlal tnaur
1 nn immtaalon for premlnin on con
The application of .1. s. Bradley for
I he piiretin.se of lots \i:i anil U in
block :t. Ir. 111 >• Add. to Kettle I'aii.-.
county in\ title property, la hereby
The county auperlntendent'a order
tranaferrlni the xi:',', of aection 14,
lownnhlp :)7 north, range 88 B. vv. M.,
from achool dlatrtcl No. 81 ta aohooi
district No. io4, is hereby approved.
The eounty superintendent's order '
fining school district No. 45, de
ibed iih follows, towit: • The BV
section 8; nil or sections 17, 18, IS
.10; the W»4 ,,f sections 20 and
all in township .10 north, range 41
W. M., nnd nil of sections 12, 13
and 18 and the Rfc of section 23,
in township 3<i north, range 4ft R.
\\ .11.. in hereby approved.
The application it .?. P. Johnson for
a rrnncnlse to MOM Mill creek or
Aladdin county road in township SB
north. rangs 39 £ w. m., is hereby
•PProvad and h hearing Is hereby si*
»»,,"" matt, i- for Aug. 7. 1919, at
" '■■'" " <»■■ "I the commissioners
,',""", ■"! ','■"' '•■""•"'"usi- In Oolvllle,
» Which time and place any person
■■ I"•r.ioiis having «ny objections to
offer to II,.- gram ing of said fran
'''"'■n.r"s",,,,"^:," r 8n" <>irer tMr
i" iii-. matter of the bearta* on the
ii'v ,:,'' °' Ambrose May. o. H.
Hoeft, Rlli iy Potter and O. w. Pot
phon' lln* aTon*! 1 "over * and* 1 aero™
the Ambrose Mfcj ,-.md; this matter
'" """ ■•' '"> «ii I'1 hcnrlnc-. and
""'"". •WM'lM.to offer any objec
r ..us to ih. granting of said petition,
the aame la hereby granted and a
ylJr.'.V'feedVl^Br3 "' "ftV
, In tli. matter of tho nrtltion of T.
■ rtn.sii. ,,i Bait Marcus, towlt:
niocki s,\ to thirteen inc-lusive, and
the atreeti and aljey« ndjacent there.
..: ii Bearing li hereby set for said
,"',""", ii,. AilgU«t 7, 1919. at thr
In. i ol 1:10 ,,. ,„., nt the commls
..ImII.. Wn^li. at whlr-h time and
place any.person or prrsonn havinc
nn\ objectlona ffer to the grant-
Ing of laid Petition, shall , ipP r ar and
"ffer,, their objection! thereto.
Billa allowed hh follows :
»168.»». P"yi "•' C°rdH 'vn"d> C ""
i:"$'i!i y< AIU '"' N'h ***** Nxams., O.
,. l'r i 7<'^»<l *t, hiidg.. plonk, H. *
*8k i ■4|gttllau»l1" r"a<l w»rk. D. h
1 "•'"■|', KiS 17 B "1 '"■ n"Ul W<"k ' D' *
n D. C.^Xn..., brldgi ni-.ni< D. it. *
,."',, "j.,^' 1 ' h'l'lK-' plank. I), is. &
Board adpjourned to .inly u>.
■Inly II, LB19
Board met puriuam i.. adjourn
ment; nil ih.'iiiIm'i. pi.-.i-m.
Bills allowed as follows:
, »lr^, er H w. Burrow* notico of hear
holrc'inKh ■'•t"tlrs llt u"urf
|8Bi» l'"'""'"- ith P'"'i- KxuiiiH.. <:.
D^'A.n'si '•' •"•""'"woru'
...'■iTt"i«. H," tt$2.2r,""" '""■■ M"ppllP '1 '
''. A. siiinij. sand nnd gravel, n. R.
The betrtlon o* V. O. Myers and
'ithers tor n county road in 24-37-37
and 10.87-88 is hereby approved nnd
the engineer ordered to survey and
report .>n the same,
In the matter of the li^uriiiK on
the engineer's report on the estah
llshmenl oi a rlmim.. in the lionanza
Hill road in s,..-s. 2 and 11. Twp. 37
N., it. 18 K. W. U.. this matter ....ni
iiiK on for hearing at 10:10 a. in., the
time iei i..i said hearing, and witnes
»p« being hvvoiii, the Board prooeed
. d witli said bearing until IlifO a. m.
a whicii time bearing adjourned to
attend t her business.
in tin matter of the hearing on In
kontion to .-«>ll liuildinifH on eminty
property In Bees, in nnd IS, Twp. 3f.
n. K. 89 i:. \v. M,, this matter oom-
Ing ..n for hearing at uTm a. m.,
Hi. time set for said hearing, und the
same was |...»t|,i,n«il to s p, ,„. am ac
.•..nnt of road hearing,
Hearing on engineer's report on a
channe in Bonanaa Mill road resumed;
after hearing all the testimony in
said matter, the Board took the same
under advisement, nnd after due run
xlderatlon ..f vnld t.stltnony nnd all
matter pertaining thereto, suit] enKl
neer's repori was aooepted and said
"""i de.iar.d esinbiishea rding to
11 ng!neer"s survey nnd report nnd
fleorge McCllntock in nwarded the
.sum of one dollar as damages for the
rgh ..i way aoros* the HE >. of NW
« ..I Bee, a, Twp. 87 N., it. 3N D. W.
V., and ''. <:. UoOhle is awarded the
.Hum ,,r one dollar »> damaires for the
right of way across the NR>i of nw
KNintlniie.l on imgc four)