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ABERDEEN HERALD
VOL. XV.
COUNTY TREASURER'S REPORT
Statement of Reoeipts and Disburse
ments for Quarter Beginning Oct. Ist
and Ending Deo. Ist, 1900.
RECEIPTS.
Bal cash in treas'v
Oct 1, 1900 $53,088 33
Fees county auditor.* 731 75
Fees county clerk... 567 70
Fees county sheriff . 191 00
Fees co school Bupt
(teachers exam'n). 13 00
Fees cc treas, C of I)
20.50 and tax
deeds 18 44 50
From road poll taxes
collected by BU|>er
visors 146 00
From fine, State vs
Glick 10 00
From fine, State vs
Wintermote 13 00
From fine and costs,
State vs Broadfoot 69 50
From co nails sold J
M Valentine snpt. 50
From state school
funds apportioned. 2,706 62
From clerk S D No 25
to pay bonds 632 00
From liquor licenses 300 00
From deposit to meet
personal taxes.... 2 05
From ferry license. . 20 00
From deposits to
meet taxes 19 35
From taxes 1891.... 320 64
From taxes 1892.... 89 47
From taxes 1893 306 99
From taxes 1894.... 387 61
From taxes 1895.. .. 626 72
From taxes 1896.... 525 20
From taxes 1897.... 718 34
From taxes 1898.... 821 50
From taxes 1899.... 19,254 73
Rec'd for redemption
of cert of del 2,981 68 31,499 85
T »
DISBURSEMENTS.
Rnmitt'd to municipal treas's—
Aberdeen * 509 22
Cosmo])olis 40 72
Elma 33 44
*ioquiam 92 35
Montesano 319 43
Ocosta 11 60
Remitted to state
treas, state funds . 3,026 68
Remittances to meet
interest on school
bonds 1,323 88
Remittances to meet
interest on co fund
ing bonds 5,112 75
Deposit of T Thorpe
withdrawn and re
ceipt issued 2 90
De(K>sit of W G Hop
kins withdrawn
and receipt issued. 12 85
Deposit of N E Hol
man withdrawn
and receipt issued. 14 25
Deposit of J A Per
kins withdrawn
and receipt issued. 2 05
Ref'nded double pay
ment of taxes.... 12 23
Advt for bids on
bonds of S D No 6. 11 00
Redemption of bonds
S D No 25 1,800 00
Road supv'rs cert in
lieu of cash payt.. 1,236 10
Deficiency road cert
in lieu of cash ... 37 76
Current expense
warrants rede'tned 10,892 14
Co general fund war
rants redeemed
prin & int....... 2,207 45
School fund war'ants
redeemed, prin &
int, gen 8,391 31
School fund war'ants
redeemed, prin &
int, spl 992 91
Road fund warrants
redeemed 9,807 88
Road & bridge war
rants redeemed... 1,721 00
V S li fund warrants
redeemed 185 65
Paid holders of C of
D in redemption
thereof 2,985 56 50,843 11
Bal cash in treasury
Dec 31, 1900 33,745 70
*84.588 18
treasurer's trial balance, quarter
ENDING DEC. 31st, 1900.
County treasurer .. .*33,745 07
State general fund.. * 2,182 80
State military fund . 147 01
State interest fund.. 140 33
State school fund. . . 2,7-8 00
State license fund. .. 30 00
Current expense f'nd 290 90
Co general fund 1,010 25
Co school fund, gen. 6,940 43
Co school fund, spl.. 5,199 04
Co school bond int. . 845 15
Road & Bridge fund. 2,103 4-
Regular road fund.. 8,5V5 20
Veteran soldiers re
lief fund 140 39
Aberdeen 1,102 77
Crsmopolis 09 30
Elma 94 34
lloquiain 11l 20
Montesano 79u 59
Occ sta 60 59
lustitute 56 15
Deposit account 1,014 28
Redemption account 37 09
•1133,745 07*33,745 07
110 AD DISTRICT BALANCES, QUARTER END
ING DEC. 31st, 1900.
Dist. Dr. Amt. Dist. Dr. Amt,
1 *71 32 2 MSO
3 if 77 40 4 *00 05
5 11 75 0 177 73
7 17 71 8 901
9 754 32 10 170 15
11 19 02 12 32 38
13 35 73 14 41 00
15 1323 02 10 404
17 72 30 IS 089
19 80 41 20 11 08
21 203 30 22 940
23 108 30 24 50 74
25 220 53 26 597 78
27 233 14 29 43 23
30 78 56 31 60
32 379 94 33 392 88
34 2704 30 35 45 58
36 57 26 37 102 37
38 239 41 39 283 19
41 62 01 42 31 13
43 75 92 44 »1 30
45 50 45
SCHOOL DISTRICT BALANCES, QUARTER END
ISO dec. 31st, 1900.
The following statement is an exhibit
of the several school district funds with
reference to balances, debit and credit, on
Dec. 31, 1900, us the same appears upon
the ledger of the county treasurer's ofhce.
No reference is had to registered unpaid
warrants upon Dec. 31, 1900.
General fund.
No. Dist. Dr. Cr.
1 .. $ 100
0 " . . 53 32
a' 27 90
4 290 34
5 390 24
6 514 36
7 * 2 30
8 19 82
9 190 04
1 112 42
1 18 21
J2 5 57
13 5 02
14 40 30
15' -'8 3?
10 104 66
1 33 20
18 "4 10
1 11 31
2 146 10
2 249 81
22 64 97
S3] 156 34
24 119 23
05 11 14
26 52 67
27 35 38
2 280 66
2 112 14
3 52 27
3 0 73
3 39 04
33 228 83
34 255 45
3 53 31
3 45 82
3 113 24
3 18 64
3 123 41
40 26 12
41 44 72
42 35 70
4 194 22
4 734 82
4 227 03
4 158 46
4 7 12
4 109 23
49 131 99
5 18 17
5 68 77
5 73 08
5 110 75
5 49 65
5 432 17
50 21 04
57 248 99
5 147 00
59 153 47
60! 0 34
61 5 06
0 13 14
6 34 35
6 31. 77
65 78 88
06! 130 91
08 147 09
Special fund,
1 .... .. 164 14
2 . .. 77 37
■/" 40
k:;::;;;:;;:;:;;: 370 35
6 105 50
7 11 54
8 . 22 54
12 .. 1703 90
1 . 77 0.8
v. 2330
«:J 737 53
90 26
?>- } 98 91
h".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.130 11
2 405 45
30 49 78
35; 'I' 210 08
38!...... 3 40
3 169 58
40 ... 250 39
47::::.:,::: 10 04
59 54 41
53::K:::::::::::: 20 38
54 . 133 17
00::::::.:..:::... 153 09;
02 2 28
65 270 35
SPECIAL SCHOOL TAXES COLLECTED, QUAR
TER ENDING DEC, 31st, 1000. !
Collected (luring the quarter ending.
Dec. I!I st, 1900. School clerks may rely I
upon the accuracy of this statement ami,
charge tho treasurer with the sums col
lected upon the levies of the respective i
districts as enumerated.
No. Dist. Amt. No. Dist. Amt. j
1 * 450 2 * 555
4 303 24 5 399 18 j
(i 132 14 7 19 07 j
8 3150 11 2 821
12 71 SO 14 33 74 j
15 5 41 10 29 57 j
17 20 14 IS 37 35
19 39 04 21 1 65
22 10 04 23 26 21 :
24 14 90 25 98 24
20 30 40 2S 244 00:
29 01 17 30 75 01 |
31 9 01 32 13 74
35 4 58 38 1 601
39 40 52 41 20 79 j
42 7 08 43 6 06 1
44 71 J 8 45 04 84
48 21 50 51 6 28;
52 21 30 54 50 02
55 3 02 50 24 57:
57 3 13 00 5 89
03 2 80
SCHOOL BOND INTEREST, QUARTER ENDING
dec. 31st, 1900.
No. Dist. Amount.
5 *140 24
12 159 44:
28 233 32,
30 215 19;
47 5 44 i
54 80 97 j
57 Text books 10 05'
*84,588 18
ABERDEEN, CHEHALIS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, JANUARY 17, 1901.
COM MISSION KH'(4 PKOCKEDINOS.
The board of county commissioners
was in session all of last week, closing tip
the business of the year and oi the old
board, Commissioners Carson and Acte
son retiring.
The bonds of County Treasurer W eith
er wax, County Surveyor Kohertson, Jus
tices of the Peace J. \V. Himes and P.
W. Rhodes, were approved.
Feildv Glceson wus instructed to build
approaches to the new bridge on the
Gleeson road.
The contract was awarded to Savage &
Schofield for the constrnction of a bridge
acrosß the Chehalis river, near the Balch
ferrv, for $0,900.
The board, in its quarterly settlement
with the county treasurer, found that the
total collections made by hiin for the
quarter ending Dec. Hist, 1903, had been
$31,499.85; that the total disbursements
had been $50,843.11, and that there should
have been in the treasury on Jan. Ist,
1901, the sum of $33,745.07, and that
there was in the treasury on said date
the sum of $33,789.41, distributed as
follows:
Montesano State Bank $11,675 2)
First Nat'l Bank of Foqtiiam.. 21,335 01
Cash book 879 15
Total $33,789 41
The excess being in checks not presented
for payment.
J. N. Wilder was permitted to change
the connection of the court house sewer,
from tlie terms of his contract.
Bill of Sheriff Huff for telephone was
disallowed, same being a private phone.
A contract was made with J. W. Hall
to drive piling for the Wynoocne ferry
lauding.
The treasurer was instructed to strike
certain delinquents from the personal
property roll.
L. A. Dalil was appointed justice of the
|ieace for Connie precinct, B. S. Tooth
man.declining to qualify.
Application of J. E. Calder to have
taxes stricken from the ej.j of sec
j4-17-8 was refused, and his application
for the remission of penalty and interest
on delinquent taxes on lands in 17-7 was
granted, provided the taxes be paid by
Feb. 1.
A communication from Jackson Lem
mon was read and filed.
A rebate of $4 was made to Jos. Ma
loney, for double payment of poll tax.
A warrant for $15 was ordered drawn
to Jos. Birchall, in payment ot a gravel
pit in road district No. 16.
The treasurer was instructed to redeem
C. D. on lot occupied by tire department
in Aberdeen.
The auditor was directed to extend
special tax of school district No. 08 on
the rolls.
Board allowed supervisor's reports as
follows:
Quarter ending June 30, 1900:
District No. 20—
G B Preston, supv. $ 11 50
Quarter ending Sept. 30,1900:
District No. 5 —
C E Johnson 1" 75
District No. 8—
John H Keal, supv 4 7o
District No. 4—
Caleb Tarleton, supv 212 25
District No. 24—
B E Kelsey, supv 10 27
District No. 42 —
Jas S Kinnaman, supv 35 18
Quarter ending Dec. 31, 1900:
District No. 3 —
P Murray, supv 75
District No. 5 —
Charles Fry, supv 10 00
District No. 6 —
A W Fry, supv 80 00
District No. 9 —
C C Hansen, supv 151 21
District No. 9—
J W Kirkpatrick, supv 141 <5
District No. 10—
Jas \V Smith, supv 40 50
District No. 13 —
\V C Pascoe.supv 31 50
District No. 15 —
O It Smith, supv 392 50
District No. 17 —
R Loertscher, supv 09 50
District No. 18 —
Herman Pnhn, supv 11 2o
District No. 19 —
Henry Tornquist, supv 00 00
District No. 21 —
T J Watkins, supv 23 90
District No. 23 —
Thos V Ray, supv 14 50
District No, 24—
B E Kelsey. supv 28 4i
District No. -5 —
Matt Mafesen, supv 214 20
District No. 20 — "
John Landers, supv 427 50:
District No. 27 — i
John A Olson, supv.. 188 05 ;
District No. 29— |
S L I lavs, supv 30 50 ,
District No. 30 — !
Carl Lund, supv 48 75
District No. 31 — j
John II Stephens, supv 10 00 j
District No. 32 —
F A Katou, supv 123 04
District No. 33 —
A Amundsoiy supv 41 00
District No. 37 —
J B Shinnabiirger, supv 44 00
District No. 38—
John L Barker, supv 205 25
District No. 39 —
Louis G Mayer, tupv 70 50 j
District No. 43 —
Albert Schafer, supv 75 00
District No. 44 —
Fred Tornow, supv 49 00
District No. 45— _ !
B F Kesterson, supv 19 50;
District No. 30 — |
J 11 Wagner, supv 43 00
District No. 7 —
Geo (Slander, supv 7 50
The following supervisor's reports laid
over for the want of Innds:
Districts 1, 2, 8, 11, 12, 12,12,13, 14,
14, 10, 10, 20, 20, 22, 31, 35, 41 and 42.
Board allowed bills ou the current ex-;
pense fund as follows :
Aberdeen Herald, briefs, State vs
Downing $ 00 30
R Tuilley, transcript of notes,
State v"s Brennan, J P court.... 15 00
G II C Co, brick 8 00
E Bryan, shelv'g in auditor office. 75
Veysey Bros, mdse to pan tiers .... 21 75 j
Metropolitan P& B Co, supplies.. 800 i
Montesano Hdw Co, sund for court
house and ferry 27 82
DrO G Chase, keep pauper Abbott. 55 00
j Beardsley Bros, burial of paupers .42 00
VVm Hepfinger, deputv sheriff.... 1 00
I 1, H Brewer, deputy pros'# utty.. .65 00
j F E Jones, sund for assessor 20 36
I N E Divilbiss, postal cards to treas. 22 00
1 Montesano M& W Co, water late. 1) 00
| B F Hurt 1 , board of pris'rs for Dec. 59 50
A E Smith, keep of county p00r... 48 36
B F Huff, sheriff's ex |iense for Dec. 23 74
The Irwin-Hodson Co, records etc
for county offices 63 50
L M Warren, assisting surveyor... 2 00
G I) Robertson, deputy surveyor. . 10 00
\V E Crist, board and "hire of nurse
for pauper 11 60
C .1 Coghlan. job printing 1 50
Win (ieissler, freight & drayage... 5 75
E L MinardACo, material, ferries. 25 75
Wakefield & O'Donnell, mdse to
pauper 41 30
A Stevenson, sund for clerk 8 00
E 1* Bagshaw, lumber lor jetty.... 9 41
K Mare, repairing approach to
Block House bridge 12 50
Ninemire A Morgan, same 8 00
H B Marcy, mdse to pauper and
oil etc for court house 20 00
The Vidette, blanks etc 28 65
J A Sells, telephone messages 1 00
T W Murphy, exp dep'y sheriff... 7 10
El* French, med attend, pauper.. 200
J S Walston, med attend, pauper . 12 00
W H Pearson, delivering prisoner
to county jail 3 4(1
F C Porter, mdse to pauj>er 32 00
W A Freebnrger, sund for county
ofliceß and medicine for pauper.. 13 50
H G Kesterson, burial of paupers
and sund for county offices 41 00
W A Freebnrger, telephone to Feb
1. 1901 2 80
B F Huff, reward for capture of
Downing 50 00
J P Sullivan, pub list of nominees. 60 00
Aberdeen Herald, reports for treas. 450
E G Hunt, salary as surveyor 114 00
F L Carr, med attend pauper 10 00
L H Brewer, deputy pros'g atty... 30 00
J A Acteson, salary as comtnis'r.. 64 40
N Heriitnan, same 53 90
J P Carson, same 49 65
The following bill on the current ex
pense fund rejected:
John Est, bring'gelection returns. 300
The following bill on the road fund re
jected :
O R Smith, dist No 16, nails 5 00
The following bills allowed on the road
district funds:
District No 16, work ordered by Com'r
Herriman.
Chas T Osgood 38 00
J D Weathers 7 00
Chas C Weathers 4 00
J H Hale 39 00
Jerome Wakefield 14 00
'District No 33:
Grays Harborlron Woiks, material
Richardson road 7 40
A AmundbOii, contract. Hoquiam-
New London road, 80 per cent
of contract 79 15
Bills on the institute fund were allowed
as follows:
John Jackol, instructor at institute 10 00
Mary P Bullock, saine 41 65
W J Meredith, same 38 00
Frances I Hays, same 49 00
J H Morgan, same 48 00
E A Bryan, same 12 75
F J Browne, same 7 00
T E Elliott, same 6 00
Lena G Eastman, same 8 00
The Vidette, printing 9 00
The board allowed the following on the
VSR fund:
Jas W Birmingham, benefit Jack
Roberts .*.... 50 00
Bill allowed on the road fund:
J W Hall, bal contract, wharf at
Oyehut 139 03
Advertised Letters.
Following letters remain uncalled for
in the Aberdeen postofllce for the week
ending Jan. 14, 1900.
Brown, Miss Pearl Carlson, Jonas
Green, Frank llolstein, Mrs. C.
Larsen, Lem Lelie, Miss
Lydell, Miss Katy McKew, Mrs. Lizzie
Messenger, Mrs. E. McDonald, L. L.
Martin, Leo Moore, Charles
Marvin, W. S. Merrel, Al.
Nystrow, K. E. Prigh, Mrs. Maggie
Piano Mfg. Co. Payne, Miss S.
Sadler, Tomnias Sarin, Miss Edith
Turney, G. M.
! Persons calling for these letters will
' please say "Advertised."
Chas. R. Bell, P. M.
A Valentine l.nmli.
For those who wish to entertain their
friends in a dainty ami original manner,
A Valentine l.uu'eheon, illustrated and
described in the February number of The
Delineator, will be very welcome. There
is not only a beautiful arrangement of
the table as a whole, but each dish is
also separately illustrated and delight
fully grouped with rupids, hearts and
those other things sacred to St. Valen
tine.
NOTICE.
Reward will bo paid for true and ac
i curate information of any trespass or
i timber cutting on following described
lands in Chehalis county:
TW]>. 18-11; Sec 1, e 1-2 of no 1-4, s 1-2 of rw 1-1,
mid sel-4 sec lie I I sec S; v l-'J of se I I sec 10;
see 11; 11 1-2 of ue 1-1, se 1-1 of ne 1-1, Hlid s 1-2 of
see 12.
; Twp. 18-10: Sw 1-1 of Biv 1-4 see 5; e 1-2 of sc
1-4, sw 1-1 of se 1-4, tot 7, and »e 1-1 of sw 1-1 sec
i <>: 11 1-2 of ne 1-4, UW 1-4, mnl lie 1-4 of sw 1-4
' Twp. 18-9: S 1-2 of uw 1-4, li l-2of sw 1-4, Rec 5,
se 1-1 sec IS; sec 20: s 1-2 of sec 22; n 1-2, and sw
! l-l sec 2(i; e 1-2 sec :»>; unit ue 1-4 sec 32.
i Twp 18-8: See 4, s 1-2 sec 11: ne 1-4, s 1-2 of
! :iiv 1-1 sec 14: lie I lof ne 1-4, s 1-2 of lie 1-4, sec
2U; lie 1-1 ft'lil S 1-2 of m c 22.
Twp. 17-7: N» 1-4 sec 22.
Twp, 17-5: E 1-2 see 31.
I Tivp 10-9: S1 2 sec 2; w 1-2 of sw 1-4, RW 1.1 of
luw 1-1 sec. 4: e 1-2 of sec . r >: nw 1-4 sec 2(1.
! Twp. 20-'.»: K 1-2 of nw 1-4, ne 1-4 of swl-1 sec
3; s 1-2 of s 1-2 sec 5; e 1-2 of w 1-2, and e 1-2 sec
I 7; n 1-2 see S; n 1-2 of se 14, lie 1-4 of sw 1-4 sec
I 8: uw 1-4 of nw 1-4, iiud rw 1-4 sec »; sw 1-1 sec
i 2i>; n 1-2 of liw 1-4 sec 20; and n 1-2 of ne 1-4 sec 30.
I Twp. 20-10: Se 1-4 sec 22.
George L. Fleitz, Det loit, Michigan.
State Historical Society
WE ARE MAKING
GREAT EFFORTS^^
To reduce our stock before February ist,
and to effect this reduction we are making
extraordinary low prices during January,
I. HARRIS & SONS
The Store that Makes Aberdeen Famous.
**************** JOSEPH MAGGARD
II . DKALEK IN
New Store General
Merchandise.
New Goods Groceries, Dry Goods,
— Hardware, Tinware, etc.
LOW YOU WILL SAVE MONEY by
examining our goods and prices.
PRICES
Corner Market and D Sts.
**************** ABERDEEN.
| Drink Corana Coffee j
[ Only 35 Cents a lb. |
CPWANA TEA is strong, healthful and the best quality §
| We give tickets on Coffee, Tea, Baking Powder, Extracts |
[ COMMERCIAL TEA CO. \
f Next to Aberdeen Hotel. # C. F. ERNST, Hp. S
fH Furniture...
|L Headquarters
Tasteful furniture stamps the imprint of culture
u P° n an y liome, however humble. We have tasteful
aOT«Bi«l Fnrniture for modest purses. Can fit you out from
kitchen to parlor.
T. C. NIOULTON, Zelasko Blk, Wlslikali St.
I Pearson & Campbell
| MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
S and MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
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§ Wall Paper Bargains
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jjj North side Heron Street, - - Iset. G and H Street.
I If you want a |
• Custom-Made Suit —*• J
CO TO I
I ...CARL RETZLAFF & C 0... I
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| The Merchant Tailors :
£{ Quality of Goods and Fit Commercial Block, Aberdeen. £
<i> Guaranteed. In rear Gurtnan & Barkley's .»
D. McLaffekty & Sons,
Painters, Paper Hangers and Decorators.
A Modern Line of * *
WALL PAPER in Stock.
Estimates Furnished on All Kinds of Work in >ur Line.
U Street, between Heron and Hume. ABERDEEN, WASH
NO. 19.

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