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ASHLAND WEEKLY TIDINGS
Wednesday, December 31, 1010 TAGE FOUR COVXTY COVRT PROCEEDINGS Violet Zimmerman, grand I jury witness The following Is a schedule of ex-1 Rawles Moore, nttornoy penditures of Jackson county, Ore-, fees, State vs. Vatoli.. i:on, together with a list of the Irwin F. Koenlg, circuit claimants and articles of service for court witness fees which the claim is made and which F. Roy Davis, circuit court were passed upon by the County reporter 4B.O0 Court of Jackson county during the month of November, 1 'J 1 9 . and were Total $,50.2j allowed as follows, with the excep- ,lui,l lie Court tions shown: Lenore Godlove, justice County Court und Commissioner court witness fees (1. A. Gardner. Co. judge, Nick Oinian, Justice court salavv of Co. judge.. $ James Owens. Co. conilillS' sinner's salary Geo. W. Owen, Co commis sioner's salary Fred .1 Pick, freight for Co. judge Gold Hill News, supplies fur Co. judse Home Telephone Co., Co. judge's telephone. Sept. Home Telephone Co.. Co. .indie's telephone, Oct.. Home Telephone Co., James Owens, telephone hill . . Chester YAVndt. s.tddlo horse. Co. expense .... G. A. Gardner, traveling expense . $ Total Circuit Court Geo. N. f.ewis. bailiff, cir cuit court A. It. Thompson, circuit. court crier's salary. . . . .fciMph Alnutt, gland juror John M. Allen, grand juror Cll !-. Allele, petit juror. . Harry W. Ilarneliiirg, grand juror Kd. Riiins, grand Jury wit pelii ness Henrv ('. Hurgi juror John J. ltneliler. petit Juror Harold V. Bins' l'lit in ror Martin 'lurkhardt. Brand iuw Witness Virgil 11. Clialnnali. petit iuror Winfied Crowson. petit juror T.. C. Charley, petit juror . . Sam Coy, circuit court wit ness Pert ('lute, lira nil juror. . John A. Cotton, grand jury witness Clinton Cook, irrand jury witness Td I)ut!on, circuit court witness J. V.. Dews, petit juror . . . S. K. Diiniiiiigton, petit juror Irvine Haley, grand jury witness Penj. Kdmundson. grand Jury witness tleni. Kdmondson, circuit court witness Hike Foley, petit iuror . . Ocorse E. Fox, petit juror A. J. Fletcher, petit juror. . Krastus J. Fonts, petit juror James. M. Feins, lietit juror W. T. Grieve, circuit court witness flies. K. Gray, petit juror. A. A. Grimes, petit juror . . W. W. Gregory, petit juror Henrv C. Garnett. petit juror Joseph Geppert, grand jury witness J. M. Garrett, grand jury witness Marsh Garrett, circuit court witness Home Telephone Co., circuit judge's telephone, Sept. Home Telephone Co., circuit judge's, telephone, Oct. . Joini Court 11 ill. grand juror Frederick C. Homes, petit iuror Win Hnlinan, circuit court witness Ii iv llarnish, circuit court witness Georne Hilton, Sr., petit juror Arthur I.. Hill, fraud Juror F. W. Hnllis. petit juror. . Honald llayniotid, grand jury witness Win. Holinaii, grand jury witness Mrs. Pearl Havmond, grand jnrv witness O I). Ivans, grand jury wit ness Denver Kincaid. viand juror ('has. V. Klingle, petit Juror Anna Knutzeii, grand jury witness . . Ernest I.angley. petit juror John I.yden. petit iuror. . . Oeori'o l.owd. grand juror. . F. M. Lucas, grand jury witness John M. I.oflunil, petit juror Harold McDonald, Brand jury witness John Mast, petit Juror .... Me.il I. Miaear. petit Juror John Marsh, petit juror .... (;. II Mi IMioy, grand Jury witness George Matnev, petit juror George A. Nichols, grand juror Hubert P. Neil, petit juror Gwi. Nichols. Jr., Brand jury witness C. F. Olson, grand jury wiines H. Offonhai her. Brand Jury witness James 0'ISrii'ii, Brand jury witness George Ogg. Brunei Juror . . Nick Oiman, Brand jury wit ness John S. Oith. petit juror . . Frederick I'eloiize, grand Jury witness Faskett M. Putney. Brand juror Robert W. Itnhl, Brand juror John If. Under, grand juror .las. F. Roberts, petit juror .John C. Rial-eis. Brand Juror Kate Stephenson, meals for Jurvmen Harvey Smith, circuit court witness Gordon Schermei horn, petit Juror T. W. Sarford. Brand jury witness H. H. Toft. Brand Jury wit ness Call V. TenBwald. Brand lury witness Miles Tetherow, petit iuror G. O. Timothy, prand jury witness V. H. Vawter, grand Jury witn"ss Abraham P. Weiss, petit Juror Herman Wolier, Brand jury witne- Edward N. Warner, petit Juror Frank 7.-W. Je'it juror . . . J. H. Zimmerman, grand Jury witness 150.00 witness fees Geo. O. Timothy, justice 53.00 court fees Glenn O. Taylor, justice 11S. 10 court fees 4.99 Total Hherifrs Office 3Rn C. E. Terrill, sheriff's sal- 1 tiry 7'98 John R. Winier, deputy ! sheriff's salary 8 41 Geo. L. Howard, deputy .sheriff's salary 3.80 j.'ira Thompson, deputy . sheriff's salary '"O Olen Terrill. deputy sheriff's salary 39.!8 : jj.mi Tetherow, work in 208.33 ! 119 sheriff's office 301.26 r-roijn y winter, work in sheriff's office M. I... Daily, Khenfl s ex- 1S.00 ,ieiii,e, taxi hire V.': it. Gaylord, motor cy 3d. nil' ('', sheriff's expense... 15.40 Jiome Telephone Co.. tele 18.40' pi.one for sheriff. Sept.. . 9.20 Hoine Telephone Co., tele phone for sheriff, Oct. , . 12.80 (. Ij, Howard, deputy sheriff's traveling ex- 2.10 pense Klocker Printery, tax re 4.20, ceipts, sheriff's office. . . 7.20. Harold McDonald, deputy ' sheriff's expense 480 Med ford Hook Store, sher ; iff's office supplies . . . 4.20 j ,) McMahon, deputy sher iff's expense . 9. CO Postal TeleBfiiph Co., sher iff's teleBi-nph hill 7.20 siockwell Lock Inspection 11.00 Co., Inspecting locks, sheriff's office 3.30 r. E. Terrill, cash advanced 5.80 f k. Terrill, sheriff's trnv- 1 cling expense I .CO c . E. Terrill, sheriff's office i expense 4.70 ,. Edward Thornton, depty 1 sheriff hire 3.30 , valley Sales Agency, sher 3.00' iff's office expense .... ! Western Fnion Tel. Co.., 3:00; sheriff's telegraphs John B. Winter, deputy 4.50, sheriff's traveling; ex- i pense 7.00 Klocker Printery, sheriff's office supplies 7.f!0 (jienit Terrill, sheriff's of- 8.80: fice expense 4.00 Jucksonville Post, sher 3.40 j if 's office expense .... 26.35. 15 7.20 Toal .''....$1,077.5 1 Clerk's Office 9.40 Chattncey Florey, county i clerk's salary 166.66 6.90 Mildred M. Neil, deputy 3 nn clerk's salary 100.00 3.00 I e,',i nces Null, depute clerk's 8.40; Rlnry 80.00 Rulierta Pearce, deputy 4 20 Clerk's salary 75.00 DelHIa Stevens, deputy 5.30 : clerk's salary 70.00 Helen Clark, work in 4.90, ,'lprk's office 65.00 Leora Godward, work in 4.90 dork's office 36.25 Chaiincev Florev, stamps 3.75 for clerk's office 20.00 Dome Telephone Co., 4 00 dork's telephone for Sept 10.00 Home Telephone Co., 13.20, clerk's telephone for Oct. 11.25 Medford Hook Store, clerk's 9.80 ffj(.e supplies 53.20 'Ashland Tidings, printing 4.60 and supplies 17.25 Glass & Prudojioninie, 3.110 clerk's office supplies.. 15.13 Medford Printing Co., 7 80 clerk's office supplies.. 11.00 4.20' 4.20 Total $730.71 Treasurer's Office 4. 80 Myitle W. Hlakelev. county i treasurer's salary .. .. 4.60 Lenore Godlove, deputy treasurer's salary 4.80 Mvrtle W. Hlakeley, stamps and exnress 4.60 Home Telephone Co.. treas 16.40 urer's telephone for of- 1 fice, Sept , 11.60 Home Telephone Co.,'treas- urer's tolenhone for of 4.00 rice, Oct.'' 6. 00 Medford Book Store, treas 6.00, urer's office supplies. . . . 9.00 Jtockwell Lock Inspection Co., inspecting locks, 2 10 treasurer's office 3.60 Total $211.94 2 10' ( oi oner's Office 7.00 P. C. Hingiiain, coroner's 6.60 juror 3.00 Frank Bellinger, coroner's juror 5.70 M. A. Carter, coroner's 7.00 juror M. E. Edgiiigton, coroner's 4.20 Juror 6.40 W. E. Fanrher, colonel's juror 2.10 W. N. Griibb, coroner's juror 2.10 Don Hougham, coroner's witness 4.10 Tlios. Hatfield, coroner's i witness 4.10 Harris H. Janes, coroner's 6.40 Juror C. R. D. Jones, coroner's 2 10 juror 4.20 W. E. Kelsey, coroner's juror 3.70 Thos. Letsom, coroner's Juror 13.20 John W. McDonald, coro ner's witness 13 20 L. II. MrGee, coroner's wlt- 6 60 ness 7 20 ii A. Potter, coroner's Juror W. R. Peitniston, coroner's 6 60 Juror Thus. Robert, coroner's 6 50 witness Aden C. Spencer, coroner's 6 10 juror H. G. Sheretj, coroner's 4 40 Juror E. F. Smith, coroner's 20 10 Juror Rodney J. Taylor, coroner's 2 10 juror M. P. True, coroner's 2 10 juror 6 SO F E Watson, coroner's Juror 2.10 Gen. E Yates, coroner's Juror 2 1" John A. Perl, coroner's expense 7 20 Total $114.9 3 20 irlii.nl Siierilil-iiili-nt's Offli-v G. W. Aer. school sujierin 7 20 t'-iiih-iit's salary 3. do H. K. Morris school super 1 50 visor's salary 120.00 Mrs. Higgins, Indigent ex- 7.60 Mrs. Eugene Thompson, work in school superin- 7. CO I tenilent'a office 30.00 ! G. W. Ager, express bill for 10.00 1 October 1 - Hotel Austin, county Instl- 75.70 tute expense 24.70 ; Home Telephone Co., tele- (hone bill for September Home Telephone Co., tele- Ihone bill for October 6.68 3.05 Je I ford Hook Store, school I superintendent's; sup- 2.50 plies ' 3.60 : Win. T. Foster, county Inst t- 1.50 1 tut" expense 82.27 I Western Inlim Tel. Co., 4.90; telephone for Co. Institute 1.08 j Jacksonville Post, supplies 43.35 i fr school superintend- ! cut .40 $52.25 H. E. Morris, school super- lisor's traveling expense 115.50 Total 538.81 Assessor's Office 12!.!. B. Coleman, assessor's salary 125.00 1116.72 . fa M. Croneniiller, deputy assessor's salary 100.00 100 (10 IJniiie llansrani, deputy as sessor's salary 80.00 Ml.dO Delphi C. Terrill, deputy I as lessor's salry 65.00 70,00 I. Tl. Coleman, assessor's tivvcliiif expense 21.50 70.00 Ho'"" Telephone Co., tele phono for assessor, Sept. 3.05 3.25; Home Telephone Co., tele- I phon5 for assessor. Oct. 2.35 10.00 ' Asbl 'lid Tiilinirs, printing ! and supplies for office.. 3.00 13.80 J. H Coleman, stumps for office 2.0C Total .$401.96 ' Willows' I'ensons 68 Ei'ite'line Austin, widow's i pension 17.50 29.00 rtrpha Hulls, widow's pen- I sion 1000 6.70 printha A. Illackhitrn, wid- j oiv'h pension 15.00 12.70 Minnie Hoardiimn, widow's ' pension 25.00 10.00 Gol.lie M. Hover, willow's ! pension 20.00 4.85 i Mrs. .1. II. Hverlv, widow's pension 35.00 ' El'I'io Marie Raer, widow's 9. 00 pension 25,00 5.15 Anna Laura Coruiit, wld- ow's pension 10.00 65.80 Ella May Caine, widow's j pension 17.50 15.00 Mae J. Daw, widow's pen- ! sion :. . 25.00 9.90 Lucy, May Davis, widow's eensioii 10.00 5.00 Nettie Green, widow's pen sion 10.00 21.64 I. !::"!' Heath, widow's pen- j sion 10.00 Dollv l.ove, widow's pen- 10.85 sion 22.50 : N'ida O itiiian, widow's pen- j 40.00 sion 15.00 j Sarah E. Ossninn, widow's I .80 peiislon . . . . Rosn A. Peftly .Disallowed widow's pension Mary Priscilla Price, wid ow's pension Emma, Paulson, widow's 25.00 pension . .' Disallowed : Efli.,H 'Mav 'Terrill. meals Retha M. Richardson, wid- oiv's pension ......... 32.50. Jm) M Williams Co., jail itosu Ann itonoitis, wiitow s pension 10 uaiuerine r.iiz. Oliver, wiu- Un peilSlUII I IIKHllU Rose R. Singler, widow's WCII pension I.aur:i E. Stewart, widow's pension Aildio Webb Shanks, wid ow's pension Mrs. Sevev, widow's pen sion , . Ethel A. Tihhesart, widow's pension Sarah Wakeman, widow's pension 40.00 29 15.00 17.50 15.00 22.50 Total $535.00 Care of Poor Not at Poor Farm Nancy Arrasinith, regular indigent 10.00 Rena Avery, regular Indi gent 10.00 Dan Aiteson, regular Indi gent J. It. Anderson, regular In- diceiit j A. I). Heardsley, regular ! inilisrent 100.00; Maggie Hold, regular indi gent Disallowed Mrs. G. R. limbeck, reg 80.00 10.51 3.15 ular Indieent Mary M. Chllders, regular indigent Kate Cofiple, regular Indi gent Dai- Daniels, regular indi gent J. II. Fatlig, regular Indi gent Mrs. Giiiin. tegular indigent. Catherine Gillette, regular Indigent Mr. Hudson, regular in iiii:oiit Mrs. Hatch, regular indi gent J. W. Ini'Buni, regular In iliient Albert Johnston, regular indigent Ma i t h i Jones, regular In digent Viola Jones, regular in digent Mr. mid Mrs. ,1. A. Kane, regular Inilicents Mr. and Mis. Thos. J. Kolsoe, regular Indi gents II. C. Knapp, regular Ituli ner.t 3.80 5.45 9.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.0(1 1.00 2.30 100; i,B. t.pna Lee. regular In digent Mrs. I. A. Montgomery, l.oo I re'Tiil r Indigent 1 011 Dan Mah'ir, regular indi- gent 100! Carrie E Miller, regtilar I Indigent 1 00; Amelia Mayfleld, regular I indirent 100jMrS. .1. A. Myers, regular i illdiienl 100 jira Mai caret Noble, regu- 100 lar indigent Doc Parsons, regular Indi- 1.00, gent Catherine Rodgers. regular 1 00 Inillrent Disallowed Road District No. 1 Mrs. A. M. Rule, regular III- l.nn 1.00 1.00 1.00 digent Disallowed tilct No. 1 Mrs. L. Kehiefflin. regitftir indigent T. D. Stafford, regular in digent Elias Slover, regular indi gent W. II Smith, regular in- 1.00 digent , Ni'iirv Sisenmre, regular In- 1.00 ,liint I Alex Wilson, rentilai' Imli- 1.00 gent 7. Wolgamott. regular Indi 89 65, ri.nt Ani'ie Witkins. regular in- dicent Biiiir'low Sto'-e, indigent supplies 00 e. C. F.iber. Indigent sup- I plies J pense m. H. Miller & Son, indigent supplies 16.36 Sacred Heart Hospital, care of Indigent patient .... 7.14 Southern Pacific Railway Co., Indigent transporta tion 2.15 B. P. Thelss Co., indi gent supplies 15.00 Mrs. Alice Ulrlch, rent for indigent 9 00 Jackson Street Store, Indi gent supplies 15.51 Southern Pacific Railway, indigent expense 2.15 Valley Fuel Co., wood for indigent 9-76 Hutchison & Luinsden, indi gent supplies 20.00 Plaza Grocery, Indigent supplies B'09 Granite City HoBpltal, care of Indigent 14-00 Wa Chung, house rent for Indigent 1200 63 Total $507.56 Care of Poor t Poor Farm Theo J. Malmgren, county physician's salary 83.33 W. N. Wells, superintend ent county farm's salary 100.00 Ha rd well Fruit Co., county. farm supplies 8.90 Albert Crane, nursing at county farm 10.00 Calif. Ore. Power Co.. lights for county hospital 9.62 Hutchison & Litmsden, county farm supplies... 40.27 John C. Mann, county farm supplies .50 Medford Furniture & Hard ware Co. farm supplies. 3.15 Medford Fish Market, Co. farm supplies 2.10 Homer Neil, Wood for Co. farm 60.00 Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co., tel ephone for county farm 4.05 Paul's Electric Store, coun ty farm supplies ...... 24.30 L. Shoeniger, barber for county farm 2.00 Orrin Wakefield, repairing shoes nt counfy farm.. 2.00 W. N. Wells, traveling ex pense ' o" Ed Hintis, county farm sup plies 9.43 Mrs. C. S. Lammey, county farm supplies 6.00 Total $373.65 Fruit Inspector's Office E. It. O.itman, fruit inspec tor's siilary 158.00 H. T. Pankey, fruit inspec tor's finlary 150.50 Total $308.50 Court, House Expense .1. A. Norris, janitor's sal ary 60.00 Fred J. Fick. court house supplies 1-25 Cullf.-Oro. Towor Co., lights for court house 4.36 Tnlt JG5.61 .l,.M ii.bV'r a Mnii-is tnllnr'a salary 25.00 I'.-,,, I 1 Vlnlr in 1 ovnansn. . 68.81 for prisoners 84.70 3.50 4.79 expenso 00 Ci'lif.-Ore. Power Co., lights j()p Total $186.80 Juvenile Court ft ,1, Ml nw 5Q l ,Ji 1 I juvenile h- peuse iv. AiIvci-I'sIhk and County Printing Ashl ".ml Printing Co., coun- ' ty printing 46.60 Medford Mail Tribune, county printing 40.30 Total $86.90 Koads and Highways John 111. less, ferryman's salary 25.00 V. R. Sparks, expense, roads and highways .... 2.00 Tolal $27.00 County Nn rue 10 00 Florence Lee, county nurse's salary 87.21 6.00 C. E. Gales Auto Co., re I pairing county nurse's 8.00 car 82.12 i Florence Lee, county nurse's expense 5.60 8.00 1 Tot .1 $174.93 I Surveyor's Office 10.00 ' Florence Reddy, surveyor's I stenotrapher 40.00 8. no Frank Rhodes, office rent and telephone .... 12.00 8.00 K. . Homes, bond of roun- j ty surveyor 16.00 8.00 1 12.001 Total $67.00 Sealer til WeighlNUIiilMeiislirr 15.00 1 A. E. Rond, sealer of i veignis ami measures sai 8.00, a ry 31.57 Water Mauler 10.00 Fred N. Cuniniliigs, witter I m ister's salary 100.00 8.00 'Fred N. Ctiiiimings, water master's expense 18.95 8.00 1 I Total $118.95 6.00 ! Comity Agrlcullnriil Work Istate of Oregon, 2nd Install 10.00: meat for appropriation county agricultural work 1,500.00 20.00 1 District Attorney 'O. M. Roberts, orfice ex- ' I pense of district attorney 41.60 8.00 G. M. Roberts, expense trip ! to Silem 35.00 8.00, Total $76.50 8.00 1 Ri '.'istei lug Ulrlhx nnd Deallis ;Dr. W. S. Gary, registering 8.00 births and deaths !Dr. W. W. P. Holt, regis 10.00! tering births and deaths I J. W. Jacobs, registering 10.00 1 births mid deaths, Dr. T. .f. Malmgren. regis 17.50 ter'ng births and denths 1.50 3.00 1.60 2.75 1.50 9.00 Miss Nellie Heed, register 8.00 in" births and deaths . . Dr. F. G. Swedenhttrg, reg 5.00 istering births and deaths 8.00 Total $19.25 Road Kuiifll I J. C. Harris, work Dist. 70.00 7.35 4.50 3.00 Park Garage, supplies, dls- 6.00 trirt No. 1 II. H. Gearheart, work, dis- 7.00 trlct No. 1 Geo. W. Owen, work, dis 10.00 trlct No. 1 I 15.00, Total $84.85 I Road District No. 2 10.00 . Win. Bruin, payroll, dls- I trlct No. 2 764.96 8.00 Road District No. 3 ; Nick Yonng. payroll, dis- 15.00, trlct No. 3 2.549.07 ' John Thrasher, work, dis- 8.00 trirt No. 3 165.00 10.05 Total $2,714.07 ! Pos t lii.strict No. 4 15.00 O. 8. Wdsher, payroll, dis- ! trlct No 4 75.41 1.89 (W. C. Leever, supplies, district No. 4 Total $77, Road District No. 6 ' F. J. Watson, payroll, dis trict No. 5 194. Crater Lake Hurdware Co., work for district No. 5. . 12, Associated Oil Co., supplies district No. 5 55. T. T. Merrininii, expense, district No. 5 14, Hubbard Bros., supplies, district No. 5 218, Total M94 Road District No. 6 A. C. Spenco, payroll, dis trict No. 6 046 Roy Ashpole, supplies, dis trict No. 6 3 T t $649 r-vd PWriet No. 7 ' Thews Stanley, payroll, district No. 7 191 J. P. liUi,l.oa, work, district .To. 7 36 Total $227 Road District No. 8 W. L. Van Hottten, payroll, district No. 8 48 M. S. Johnson, supplies, district No. 8 27, Total ?5 Road District No. 9 Tom Carlton, payroll, dis trict No. 9 47.90 Road District No. 10 David Horn, payroll district No. 10 isi.nu C. M. Ruch. supplies, dis trict No. 10 010 Total 790.90 Road district No. 11 John Thrasher, payroll, dis trict No. 11 00.50 Road District No. 12 George Stacy, payroll, dis trict No. 12 1.347.37 Hubbard Bros., supplies, district No. 12 19.90 Laurel Hill Orchard, trac- I lion hire, district No. 12 361. 42 I Total $ 1,728.69 Road District No. 13 F. J. Watson, payroll, dis trict No. 13 526.43 Harold McDonald, labor, district No. 13 50.60 Associated Oil Co., supplies, district No. 13 90.25 Mr. Enyart, drilling buck shot pit, district No. 13 210.00 L. C. Tavlor, truck driver, district No. 13 19.40 Associated Oil Co., expense, district No. 13 27.50 S. S. Bullls, expense, district No. 13 10.00 David Cingcald, damage to land, district No. 13 50.00 Crater Lake Hdwe" Co., sup plies, district No. 13 65.83 Clare Eads, supplies, district No. 13 1.00 Eads Coal Co., supplies, district No. 13 70.15 II. L. Gregory, payroll, dis trict, No. 13 . . 369.52 Medford Furniture & Hard ware Co., supplies, dis trict No. 13 19.57 Medford Furniture & Hard ware Co., Hiiptilles, dis trict No. 13 32. Medford Iron Works, ex pense, district No. 13 .. 17. Medford Lumber Co., sup plies, district No. 13 . . 123, Payne Wiseman Co., sup plies, district No. 13 ;,. 54, Associated Oil Co., supplies, district No. 13 1 . 59, Crater Lake Hardware Co., powder, district No. 13 . . 169, Medford Furniture A Hard ware Co., supplies, dis trict No. 13 7, Total $1,980 Road District No. 14 D. W. Pence, payroll, dis trict No. 14, September. . 6 D. W. Pence, pavroll, dis trict No. 14, October . . 62 A. A. Hall, lumber, district No. 14 34 W. C. Leever, supplies, dis trict No. 14 5 Total , General Roads Union Oil Co., of Calif., sup plies, Trail road, general H. R. Pace, driving Nash Quad Justin Haitntan, bridge $108 j work and supplies . . I Johnston Lumber Co., re I pairs for Thompson creek ! bridge I A. L. Lamb, contract pay ; tneiit, Tolo bridge . . I E. W. Lanell, rock test, gen- eral roads I-Brown Motor Co., truck cx- i pense I F. G. Homier, freight bridge lumber , S. H. Hawk, bridge supplies Samuel Mathis, bridge lum ber Win. Offutt, work on truck Ross system to., account ing, general roads... m. Young's Garage, supplies, N'usf? Quad Warren Charlie, general road work Total $2,492. Pacific Highway Calif. -Ore. Power Co., Pa cific Highway expense.. 277, A. E. Retimes, Pacific High way expense . . ". 586. I'nited States National Bank, payment on satis faction of Sweeney judg- ' meut 42,367. 81 Total $43,232.00 Ashland-Klamath Falls Itouil Ashland Lumber Co., sup- plies Ashland-Klamath Falls road 111.34 E. B. Barron, supplies, Ashland-Klamath Fails road "159.81 Carson-Fowler Lumber Co., ; supplies, Ashland-Klam- ath Falls rond 17.75 Ender's Cash Dept. Store, supplies Asbland-Klam- ath Falls road 272.75 I Holmes Grocery, supplies 150.65 Ashland-Klamath Falls ; road ' Harrison Bros., supplies. I Ashjand-Klamath Falls road 121.12 Alice Murphy, supplies, i Ashland-Klamath Falls I road Medford Iron Works, sup- plies, Ashland-Klamath Falls road 1U.6U Ira Reeder. supplies, Ashland-Klamath Falls road 143 Thos. H. Simpson, supplies, Ashlard-KIamath Falls road 211 Jack True, payroll, Ashland-Klamath Falls road 3,493 Whits House Grocery, sup plies. Ashland-Klamath Falls road 192 Crater Lake Hardware Co., supplies, Ashland Klam ath Fulls road 1,015.50 Total $5,902.82 General County Fund Warrants United fltates National Bank, payment ottv satis faction of Sweeney Judg ment, Warrunts 28118 28125 inc 3,750.00 Giant Powder Co., payment on satisfaction, of Swee ney judgment, Warrants 28126-28152 inc.' 13,070.84 State Industrial Accident Commission, payment on . satisfaction of Sweeney juilKtii e n t, Warrants 28153-28157 Inc 2,385.39 53- 2817. .. Bunk: .. .z SHRDLU John W. Sweeney, payment on satisfaction of Swee ney Judgment, Warrants 5158-28228 Inc 35,264.59 Total Itoiinty PI-' man Esteel . . i ,ar Hanson J. Walton I). It. Wulclt L. J. Walton ('has. Marquess . , J. W. Prilllt Anion Ring C. H. Fry Ben Oswald ... .... C. D. Garrett K. If. Oliver . . C. W. H. Albert E. S Hedlierg J. E. McDonald Robert Edsall Rov Warner J. E. Davidson D. P. Matierle Kathryn Miller Katliryn Miller L. S. Hood James Young Ernest Mclnlyre .... Daniel f nlhoinu .... .$54,470.82 . .$ 3.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 7.00 3.00 10.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 6.00 2.00 8.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 8.00 . . 2.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 4.00 Total $102.00 CIIAINCEY FLOREY, Co. Clerk. XOTH'K OF KIIERII'I 'S SALE By virtue of an execution in Fore- j closure and Order of Sale duly Is- sued out of and under the seal of I the Circuit Court for the State or jOretron, lor Jackson County, dated I December 27, 1919, in a certain suit therein, wherein John Uislier as plaln i tiff, recovered judgment and decree laBiiii'st L. M. Goodwin and Sarah E. Goodwin, as defendants, for the sum 'of Six Hundred Thirty Dollars, with i Interest thereon from December 20th, 1919, at the rate of eight per cent per I'linniii, together with an attor ney fee o' $50.00 and $58.90 costs. which .judgment w;s enrolled and docketed in said Court December ,20th, 1919. I Notice is hereby given that, pursu ant to the terms of said execution, !l will on Saturday, February 28th, 1920, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the front Idonr of the Courthouse In the City 'of Jacksonville, Jackson County, Or jegon, offer for sale and sell at ptib ' lie nucition ror cash to the highest I bidder, to satisfy said judgment, with the costs of this sale, subject to re ! demotion as provided by law, all of ! the right, title, and Interest that the I defendants, jointly or individually, ihad on Si -member 3rd, 1912, or have 1 since acquired, or now have in and to the following described property, j situated in Jackson County, State of ! Oregon, to-wit: Beginning at a point 120 feet north of the center of the south line I of Section 9 In Township 39. South of Range 1 East of the Willamette I Meridian. Oreeon: thence north 350 Ifeot; thence West 115 feet to the i East side line of Taylor street in the Icitv of Ashland. Jackson County, Or leiron, thence South along said side iline 350 feet; thence East 145 feet 'to the place of beginning, Hie same being Lots four (41, five 111), six ! (6), seven (71. eight (81, nine (9) and ten (10) of the unrecorded plat of Goodwin's addition to the City of Ashland, Oregon. Dated at Jacksonville, Oregon, De ceinbiy 27th. 1919. C. E. TERRILL. Sheriff or Jackson County. Oregon By FLORA THOMPSON, Depuly. . ,i-4 Wed-Wkly. FARGO, N. D. J ltd i:e Monson has been call-'d on to decide whether R. E. Wheeler, one-armed, might ho granted a license to operate u taxl ca It. FI'I.TO.M CHAIN, N. Y. Because mail clerks and others have confused this city with Fulton, N. Y., a hun dred residents of this place have pe titioned the postoffice department to c'n uige Fulton Chain's nanio to Gawaukii. Salem.--Twenty-five warehouses to store onions, potatoes anil celery will be constructed on Lake LabiBh tracts. BRIGHTON. Tito first real "fly- in; matinee" was pulled oH when the "House of Peril" company flew by seaplane from the Eastborne pier theater over sea to the pier theater here. LONDON. The use of cuss words Is "due to the slight nervous con vulsion momentarily destroying self- control and releasing subconscious interests which are normally sup pressed." Fact, Prof, Gilbert Mur ray says so. LISBON'. Cnable to agree over their lover two Cintra girls begged Alberto Cardoso to kill them. He shot them both dead, and attempted suicide. Sentenced to live years hard labor. Burns. Bid district ! scheme nil signed up. Irrigation 'if Talent Tidings 3.60 O , Mr. Clai : and family have moved 35, in Mrs. ' . "' house on Gibson nve jnue. a; it At. Rombolt moved in Tom Bell's house that was Just vacated 13 by Mr. Clark. ' Mr. a d Mrs. Henry Burnett have 18 mon 1 i'i their own home recently occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Galbraith. ! Mr. and Mrs. George Galbraith are 11 mfliin, Ihn ATimri inont:, I fnrm in I k the house recently vacated by Mr. Rombolt and family. Mr. Galbraith is working at the experimental sta tion. Mrs. William Crosby and Mrs. Konns were shopping in Ashland Tuesday. The cannery has been running the last few days after being closed on account of the extreme cold weather. They are making cider. Mrs. Sheets and Mrs. Jones of Talent were both Ashland visitors Monday. Mr. Edward Keith returned to his home from Seattle last week and is now on the sick list. MrB. Charles Chapman was In Medford Monday shopping. Beulah and Lawrence Burnett are both confined to thoir home with sickness, but are both getting along quite nicely. A Christmas program was given at the school hoiise Tuesdny after noon and now the school will be closed until after New Years. Mrs. John Hearing spent Thurs day In Ashland visiting her daugh ter, Mrs. Bert Porter, and fumlly. Mr.. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson of Medford were visiting Mrs. Ander son's sister, Mrs. Margaret Crosby of Talent Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Art Hall who were married recently at Tulent, are over from Siskiyou to spend the holidays with relutives around Talent. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Nyswaner, who have been in Hebo, Ore., the last year, have returned to Talent to make their home. Mr. and Mrs, Keith were In Med ford Saturday having dental work done while there. Mrs. Meda Netherland was visit ing her mother, Mrs. Margaret Cros by, In Talent Sunday. Mr. If. Ralph Bowman Is homo from California spending the holi days with his parents. Max Bowman is visiting In Orland and Is expected home soon. Mr. Morris, the pastor of the M. E. church, assisted by the district superintendent and others, Is hold ing a series of revivals. Everyone Ia invited to attend. Special music has been provided for these meetings. Mrs. Surah Leyferth of Kerby, Ore., came to Talent Sunday morn ing to spend two or three weeks with her sister, Mrs. Margaret Crosby. Mrs. John Burnott and daughter, Verle, of Eugene, Ore., who came to Ashland to spend the holidays, were visiting relatives In Talent Fri day. Mr. Frank Centers and son of Klamath Falls came in to spend the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Withrow of Bray, Calif., are visiting relatives here during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jacoblson of Cali fornia are visiting Mrs. Jaeoblson's parents. Mr. 'and Mrs. William Quarkenbush for a few days. Mr. T. Wlnbaiigh and Mr. Bow man and families have moved from the experiment station Into one of Mrs. Walters' houses on the Pacific highway. They did not move Into Mr. Tom Bell's house as was report ed last week In these Items. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fletcher Spencer spent Christmns day visiting Mrs. Spencer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Brltt son, in Rogue River. Mr. Dudley Estes Is home again after spending two or three weeks in the Sacred Heart hospital fol lowing quite a serious operation. Velma, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mason, in confined to her home with scarlet fever. Those visiting In Me.lford Wednes day from Talent were Mrs. N'da Oat man, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rose, Mr. and Airs. Jonas Barrett, Mrs. Wil liam Crosby and Mrs. Charles Lacy. Mr. and Mrs. Ear! Brisco and children spent Christmas eve with Mrs. Orison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bobbins of Medford. A very pleasant evening was spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. WMI Stiiinns, Christinas eve, n Christinas tree being the main attraction. Those present were Mr. nnd Mrs. Will'atn Stump and daughter Niva, Mrs. Clara Shldeler. Mr. and Mrs. Frmik Rose and children, Carmen Maxlee, Frank, Jr., Robert and a cousin of Mrs. Stump's from Medford. Mrs. Chester Wolters hml "or her guests on Tuesday her mother, Mrs. Saunders of Ashland, and her sister, Mrs. H'teman, also of Asi l iml. Mrs. Margaret Crosby hed for b-r .'nests Mondav her sister, M's. Sirill f evfivth, or Klrbv. Ore.; her nleeo, Mis M-rmret Zell of Jacksonville, i daughter of Mrs. Leyferth. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson of Medford. "Isii a sister of Mrs. Crosbv. and It 'r husband and Mrs. Meda Netherland of Medford. Mr. Will Lacy, who tins been serv ing in fie navy the past three vein, returned to his home in Talent Christmas day. He received his dls cliuree. Mrs. Clara Shideler was an Ash land visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Do'Ier of Hilt. C'llif. returned home Sunday ifler vlslt'ng Mrs. Dozler's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel Stump, for n few days. ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mason were visiting Mrs. Mason's nnrents. '"r. "nd Mrs. Snitzer, Christmas week. They have been in Portland and vi cinity the Inst year or two. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Estes wen In from the Apple""'te country to snend Christmas with their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Estes, nnd other i-ela fives. A party of elrls snent Christmn I'ternoon in Medford enloyin" the nlay at the Rialto. of "Oranddndv Long Lees." Those In the party were Betty Brown. Maxire Rose, 'tulh Koozier. Ethel Kieth and Vera Lamb. Mr. Nrk Hart of Oiklnnd. Calif.. vps here to spend Chrlsttnis with Ms sister, Mrs. Roy Estes, and fam ily. Mr. Frank Rorb Is a business vis itor In Portland this week. Mrs. John Hearin? w,vi vWtini; her dniebter. Mrs. Maud" Porter, in Ashland on day last week. ' Mr. Tom Brittson. wife and hnhv went to Roetie River to spend Christ mns with Mr. Brittson's rJnrnts. Mrs. J. Barrett and Mrs. John Budeeon we'-e business visitors in Ashland Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mason of St. Helen, Ore , were visiting st Mrs. Mason's mother's, Mrs. Jones, st the Suncrest orchard during holi days. Mrs. Mason's sister. Viola Jones, is quite sick and will hnve to he confined to hr bed for several weeks. Miss Lola Clark of Ashland spent Chrisinns d ly visiting her parents in Tilent. Thelma Beeson who has been con fined to her home with scarlet fever for some time is able to be out sgaia.