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THE COUNTY BUSINESS
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Henning, A., labor and team 92.00
Henning, George, labor .... 12.50
Osborn, Henry, labor 22.50
Mcßride, Roger, labor 22.50
Kile, C, labor 22.50
Gifford, W. L., labor 45.00
Webster, Curley, labor 47.50
Roberts, Edgar W., labor.. 50.00
Roberts, Clive, labor 4 8.75
Massengale, John, labor. ... 45.00
Roberts. M. C, foreman and
King, W. S., labor 5.25
I'ierson, Earl, labor and
Mason, Ed., labor 29.00
Mason. Reuben, labor 30.00
Mason. B. A., labor 30.00
.Mason. Lester, labor 30.00
Mason. Melvin, labor 30.00
Carlin, David, labor 31.25
Wagner, Bert, labor - ..".'
S< ward, Harvey, labor 23.75
Sorenson, Soren, labor 38.75
Mclntosh, E. M., labor 6.25
Jones. Harry, labor 6.25
Wright, W. P., foreman and
Riggs, Sanford, labor and
Wires, Charles, labor 28.75
Grady, W. M., labor 15.75
Jones, George, labor 25.00
J helps, S. A., labor 20.00
Beck, Henry, labor 15.00
Davy, James, labor 17.00
Wright, Edward, labor 37.50
Bwaanack, J. if., labor and
""anllafton, 11., labor 12.00
Robertson. J. S., foreman and
Williams. John P., labor. .. . 35.00
Nicks. Jack, labor 37.50
Kilgore, Lee. labor 37.50
l>avis, Nat, labor and team. . 71.50
Robinson, Mat. labor 15.00
Wilman, Wm. M.. team 5.00
Melville, Arno, labor and
team 11. ', j 0 ,
Home. I. 8., labor and team 9.00
Barlow. P. IL, labor 50.50 |
Fredrich, Reinhold, labor
and team 13.00
Thompson, L. S., labor and
Torpey, Michael, H., labor
and team 40.30
Grimes, C. R.. labor 17.50
Mattesson, W. L., labor and
Cooper, Wallace, labor and
Hayfield, Phil., labor and
team 4 9." <>
Overholt, W. E., foreman... 71.10
Slaven, Roy, labor 20.50
Grimes. C. 8., labor 5.00
Nixon, Joseph, team 4.C0
Born. Richard, labor and
Clark, A. E., labor and team 97. 5(
'T'lark, Arthur, labor and i
team 97. J
J»avis. Cecil, labor 31.25
Mason, Charles. F., labor. . . 25.00
Kreisler, George, labor and !
team 4 7.2?
District No. 3.
Cole, Geo. 1., tools and ma
terial 21. 5E
Ochs, E. H., labor and team 7.0(1
Ochs. John P., labor and
team 13.50 j
Ochs, Sam., labor
Ochs, A. H.. labor and team 13.50,
Lee. J. R., labor and team 11.25
Mostyn, Tom. labor and team 58 50
Lair. P. R., labor and team 95.00
Schlotthauer, David, labor
Hull. W. T.. labor and team 4.1 0
Bandy, G. W., labor and team 21.82
Troupe. G. W., labor 1.2 5
Schierman, George, labor and |
team 18.00 j
Lust. Henry L., labor 12.50
Richardson. Win., labor and
team 20.25 j
Bloom. John, supervisor .. . 56.00
District No. 4.
Brink, Otto, labor and team. 9.75
Brink, George, labor 1.25
Wesselman, Gene, 1ab0r.... 2.00
Colvin, S. G.. labor 2.50
Luft, Adam, labor 5.00
Hanna, Frank M.. supervisor
and team 88.00
District No. 6.
Arnett, Paul, labor 4.20
Clarton, W. S.. labor :.< ,
Collins. James, labor 27.J
Daley. James, labor 27.50 !
Galbraith. D.. labor 2.50
Smith. John, labor 16.50
Boyd, A. R., foreman 55.00
Reid. Charles, labor \
Carter, James, labor ;
Cable, Dan. labor 33.00
Bunton. Abe. labor
Miller. ]).. labor 27.J
Boyd, Joe, labor : -
;'<>>■(!. Russell, labor 27^50
E. T.. labor \ 27.50
Williams, Jam< s, labor
Worley, Will, labor ' -'■■
Duffey, E. H.. labor
Woodbridge, John, labor... 27. 1
Hooper, J. W.. foreman and
u team 12.50
Hooper. Will., labor 5.01
Purnell, C. \\\, foreman .
Hay iks. A. L.. labor and
team X , 7 -
Brown. J. R.. i aoor and learn --
Clark. M. A., labor 14*75
Clark. James, labor
White; R. A., labor . ' 12.2E
Crow, Charles, labor
Browne. L. L., labor 37-
Weber. Fred, labor ....... 1,25
Booth. R. S., supervisor and
Menett. Wm., labor ...."'"
Dysart, 1., foreman ....... 12:1
Hill. J. F., labor 1000
Daniel. E. M.. labor. .....' '.
Sevier, Claude, labor . . 100 0
Shirley. Millard, labor and
team -. i 2 -
District No. 7.
Wieber, Jake, tools and ma
terial 31 01
Mclnturff, Jim., labor ....] g or
Nelson, Josh, labor ' o'-'-'
Heaton. J. P., labor . 500
Rubie, Ollie, labor [ jgj
Siegel, John, labor [[ 24 50
Maynard, Jay, labor and
team 30 60
Myers, Asa, labor and team 60 10
Rubie, Charley, labor and
team g 4 70
Hovey, L., foreman and team 73.00
Wiley, A. R., supervisor. ... 28.00
Dahm, S., foreman 16.50
Dahm, E. J., labor 8.75
Scharbach, Ben, labor and
H rboth, Geo., labor and
Schnittler, Joe. labor 3.75
Welle, Conrad, labor and
Kinzer, Peter, labor and
Dahm, S., team 11.00
Albrecht, John, labor 2.50
Davis, Albert L., labor 5.75
Jones, Wm. P., labor and
Parks, Fred, labor 7.50
Reif, Frank J., labor and
Parks, Geo. 8., labor and
Maloney, M., labor 2.50
Mochle, M., labor 13.75
Boyles, Lloyd, labor and team 14.70
Boyles,Lloyd, labor and team 26.00
Dahm, S., foreman 28.50
Scharbach, Ben, labor and
Koester, Henry, labor and
Dahmen, Nick, labor and
Broneke, Ed., labor and
Schoffen, Albert, labor 16.25
Deen, Mark, labor 15.75
Miller. H.. labor 8.25
Lambert, Randt, labor 4.50
Dahm, S., team 10.40
Wiley. A. R., supervisor. .. . 56.00
District No. 8.
Potlatch Lumber Co.. fuel. . 94.60
Potlatch Lumber Co., lum
ber and coal 121.11
Stover. E. A., blacksmithing 1.50
Bryant, Nat, foreman and
Turk. Walter, labor and
Aulsup, John, labor 7.50
Widick, Millar, labor 7.50
Vainer, George, labor 16.25
Hodges, F. A., labor and
Proctor. R. P.. labor 10.00
Brown. L. S., labor 5.00
Ricketts. Arthur, labor 6.00
Gulick, Fred, labor 15.00
Rice. Albert R., foreman and
Rice. John, labor 22.00
McCumber, Don, labor 7.50
Colvin, Clark, labor 17.00
Miller, W. A., labor 1.5.75
Jones, Merril, labor 12.00
Marquis, Frank, labor and
Lingg. Henry, labor 12.50
Cunningham, M. J., labor
and team 31.75
District No. 9.
Morgan. J. Roy, blacksmith
Potlatch Lumber Co., lumber 4.30
Barr, Clay, supervisor 86.00
McKiin, Jim. labor and team 72.00
Howerton. Ed., labor 58.75
Twohey, Jim. labor 57.50
Davis,, Bert, labor 25.00
Long, Stanley, labor and
Klopfenstein, Dave, foreman
and team 9 8.00
Peavy, Geo.. A., labor 3.5*0
Martin, Robert, labor and
Miller. J. A., labor and team 94.20
Surveyors 1 Cost Bills Allowed
Additional right of way for Cor
Thomas. W. N M surveyor aDd
Booth, W., assistant I.WO
Whitman County Improvement
Road No. 3.
Breeden, A. J., labor 3.00
Turnbow, J. M.. labor 3.00 j
Booth, Warren, labor 5.0fl
Fuller. Fred, labor 4.00
Thomas, W. X., surveyor . . 7.50
NfcCaw, J. M.. expense 10.00
Gale. Frank, board and lodg
I Justice Court Cost Bills Allowed
L. Plowman, justice fees.
State vs. Sumpter 2.95
Plowman, L., State vs. Wil
Green, Ralph X., justice.
State vs. Burns, Smith &
Lake, J. H., constable 2.00
Orders as to Tax<;s
On the affidavit of David S. Ryan
setting forth that final proof on SE.
1-4 of 18-14-40 was not made until
October, 1909. the taxes charged
against said quarter for the years
1906, 1907. 1908 and 1909. aggre
gating !'!».4 6. were ordered can
celled, the same clearly appearing to
have been erroneously charged.
It appearing that the jury in the
condemnation suit brought in the
superior court toobtain a right of way
for the Rock Lake road across the
landof Frank B.Babcock and wife has
awarded damages in the sura of
$700.00 and that the cost of said
amounted to $71.20, it was ord
by Til- board that warrants be
drawn covering said sums and that
deposited with the <-oun
ty clerk as required by the decree of
the court in said suit. It was fur
ther ordered that Warrant No. 7 1-:;:
•ton issued to cover damages
awarded by the board to said Frank
1.. Babcock and wife in the sum of
$350.00 be cancelled.
The profiles, maps, plans, speci
fications and estimate of costs in the
matter of Whitman County Improve
ment Road No. 2 having been ap
proved by the State Highway Com
the Board passed the final
resolution therein and directed the
Auditor to advertise for bids for the
i construction of said road.
A petition signed by George Mc-
Croskey and others asking for the
• stablishment of an improvement
district for the improvement of a
part of the C. Q. Martin road under
the provisions of Chapter 35 of the
Session Laws of 1911 was received
j and the Board passed a resolution
of approval and ordered a copy
; thereof forwarded to the State High
A petition signed by Louis Emert
and others asking for the establish
ment of the George Noe change in
the Territorial road was referred to
the county engineer.
The matter of damages in the
Geary road was compromised with
Charlotte B. Clowes and an addi
tional sum of $230.00 allowed her
upon her filing with the Board a
quit claim deed to the right of way
of said road across her lands.
The surveyor's report of the sur
vey of additional right of way for
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, JULY 14, 1911.
the Cornelius road was approved.
The hearing in the matter of the
Grinnell road was continued to July
17, 1911, at 3 o'clock p. m.
The hearing in the matter of the
Hangman Creek road was continued
to September, 6, 1911, at 10:30
o'clock a. m.
The monthly allowance to Mrs.
Francis Long was reduced from
$15.00 to $10.00 per month.
An order was made directing that
notice be given through the county
official paper of the time and place
of the meeting of the board of equali
zation of Whitman county for the
The application of Mrs. W. E. Mc-
Cutchen for $50.00 as damages on
account of injury to fruit trees and
premises by the upsetting of a steam
roller operated by the county was
Upon the finding of the superior
court that the Bum of $5.00 had been
erroneously collected as fees in the
matter of the guardianship of Pearl
R. Bigelow, the board ordered that
warrant be drawn in favor of Fran
ces E. Bigelow, guardian, to reim
burse him for the $5.00 so paid.
The resignation of St. Clair Saxon
as deputy county assessor was ac
The county auditor's report of the
checking of the funds in the hands
of the county treasurer at the close
of the quarter ending June 30, 1911,
The county auditor's certified list
of salary warrants for the month of
June was approved.
Road and bridge fund warrant No.
7115 issued to Mrs. Effie Schrader in
the sum of $225.00 was ordered can
celled, it appearing that a warrant
later issued included this amount.
The appointment of H. N, Sims as
deputy assessor at a salary of $100
per month was approved.
The appointment of Grace White
as deputy sassessor vice St. Clair
Saxon, resigned, was approved.
The bond of O. H. Stratton in the
matter of the contract for furnish
ing steel beams for the court house
bridge was approved.
The plat of the town of Rochedale,
located in Section 29-20-39, was ap
The bond of Ralph K. Green, jus
tice of the peace for precinct Xo. 6 8
The plat of K. Evans" orchard
tracts located in section 13-11-4 5
The board adjourned to meet July
17, 1911, at 10 o"eloek.
State of Washington ]
County of Whitman. j
I. S. M. McCroskey, County Audi
tor of Whitman County, State of
Washington, do hereby certify that
the above and foregoing is a true
and correct abstract of the proceed
ings of the Board of County Com
missioners at a meeting held July
3rd and 6th, 1911, as 1 verily bel
In Witness Whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and seal this 7th
day of July. 1911.
(SEAL.) S. M. McCROSKEY,
County Auditor and Ex-Officio Clerk
of the Board of County Commis
By B. F. MANRING, Deputy.
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LAND LAND S~
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No. 352-Timothy ranch. ICO acres in tract, all fenced, 135 acres culti
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orchard, watered by springs and well, pood 5-room house cost 11500
barn OOxGO cost $1000, and full set buildings, only one half mile to rail
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