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ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY. JULY 4. 1902
lUc of appointment! lliffnlor.
Kolics Is hereby given that I, the under
eigne.!, have been by order of the Honorable
County Court ol Clackamas County, Ort
iron, d'ul v appointed Kiecutor ol (he will
ami stata of Jacob Kauch, deceased. All
persons havini claims aKint said estate
re herehv notified to present them to me
alulv veritied at tb otfice of my attorney,
M. fc. Cross, in Oregon City, Oregon, within
tl months from Hie date of this notice,
Jane 20lu, l!tt. W . J. R A I'CH.
In the Circuit Court of the Stat of Ore-
cnn. lor Clackamas county
W. T. Davidson,
To Augusta Davidson, the above named
defendant, in the name of the Slate of lr
Kon: You are liervby noli lied to he and
appear in the shove entitled conn on or be
fore the last day of the publication of these
amnions, to wit:
On or before Wednesday, July ltitb, l!V2.
then and there to answer the cutm.lainl of
the above named plaintiff tiled against you
in the above entitled suit: and, if you fail
ao to appear and answer said complaint, fur
want tliereol the. plaintiff will pray to said
court tor the relief prayed for in his said
complaint, to-wit : For a decree of the above
entitled court tor the dissolving and annul
ling the bonds of matrimony now and here
tofore existing between the plaintiff and
defendant, and f,.r an absolute decree of
divorce from you, the said defendant.
This summons is served upon you by
publication thereof by order of the Honor
able Thos. F. Kvan, judge of the County of
Clackamas, Stale of Oregon, which order
bears date of June 2nd, l'.WJ, and directs
that said summons be served upon the said
defendant by publication thereof lor six
consecutive weeks in the Oregon City En
terprise, a weekly newspaper of general
circulation, published in Oregon City,
Clackamas Counry, Oregon; said publica
tion to begin on tne (Mi day of June. 1UU.',
and to end on the 18b. day of Jul v. l:-
8. W. STARK,
Attorney tor plaintiff.
Notice of 1'iual Settlement,
In the County Court ofl'lackaiuas County
State of Oregon,
Jn the nailer of the Estate of(
Jons KriMenson, deceased. )
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed Executor of l lie Estate of Jons Kris
tenaon, deceased, bas tiled bis final report
therein in said court, and the court has tiled
JULY 7TH, 1902,
t the boor of 10 o'clock A. M. as a day and
time for trie tiling ot objections to said re
port, and for the settlement of said estate.
Executor of the Estate of Jons Knsten
H. E nioss,
Altfliey lor said Estate.
County Treasurer's p olice.
I now have money on hand ' to pay
General Fund county warrants endorsed
prior to January 2nd, 1900. Interest will
cease on the warrants included io this
call on the date hereof.
A. Li'klmng, Treat?,,
Clackamas Co., Or.
Oregon City, June 20th, 1902.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon for the County of Clackamas.
11 ae Edwards, PI iff i
Charles Edwards, Deft I
To Charles Edwards, defendant above
In the name of the State of Oregon, you
are hereby commanded to appear and
answer the complaint tiled berein against
you in the above entitled snit, on or before
the time prescribed in the order for trie
Jiublicatiun of summons to-wit: on or be
ore six weeks alter the the first ublication
thereof, and if you fail so to appear and
answer said complaint, for want thereof,
the plaintiff will apply to the court for the
relief in her complaint prayed tor, and lor
decree dissolving the bonds of matrimony
existing between the plaintiff and defend
ant, and for such other relief as may seem
just and equitable.
The date of tne first publication of this
amnions is May 23. 1!X)2, and this sum
rnons is published pursuant to an ordtr
made ana enured by the circuit court ol
tbe State of Oregon for Clackamas county,
Hon. Thomas A McBnue, judge, on toe
11th dsy of November, 1!(01.
GEORGE C. STOUT,
Attorney fur plaintiff.
In the Circuit Court of the Slate of Ore
gon, for the County of CUckamas.
Cool idee and McClaine, 1
31. Birchei, Mary E I
Birchet.Cliss. D. KoO-1
ison, Enoch tjkirvin
and Mar; J. H. Hart
Statu of Okeoon i
County or Clackamas
By virtue of a judgment order, decree
and an encution, duly issued out of and
a ader tbe seal of tbe above emit.ed court
in the above entitled cause, to me duly di
rect el and dated the lltn day of Jane,
1UU2, upon a judgment rendered and en
tered in said uouit on the 21st day of April,
1U02, in favor of Cooliiine and McClaine, a
corporation, Plain Hla, and against N.
JJircbet and M. E. Birchet, Defendants, for
the sum of $ 1 1-iO 53, with inur-tt thereon
at the rale old per cent per annum Iron)
the 21st day of Apr.l 12, and the further
aura of $1!).75 costs and disbursements, and
the cools ol ami upon this writ, command
ing tne to make sale of the following de
scribed real property, situate in the county
of Clackamas, state of Oregon, to-wit:
Commencing at the Noitbwest corner of
John M. Drake's Donation Land Claim,
running thence West one hunured and
sixty rods (HjO). thence South seventy eight
and one halt (Vt) rod-; thence East One
hundred and sixiy (lUO) rdr; thence North
seventy eight and one hall (7hJ4) rons to trie
place of beginning, and containing Hi
acres ol land and situated in Section 5, T. ii
B. K, 1 E. of Willamette Meridian in Clack
amas County, Oregon.
Now, Therefore, by virtue of said execu
tion, judgment order and decree, and in
compliance with the commands ol said
writ, I will, on Saturday, the
19TH DAY OF J CLY, lf2,
at the bour of 2 o'clock P. M., at the
front door of the County Court House in
the City of Oregon City, in said County and
State, sell at public auction, subject to re
demption, to the highest bidder, for L. S.
gold coin cash in hand, all tbe right, tide
and interest which the within named de
fendants or either of them, bad on tbe dare
of tbe mortgage berein or since had in or
to the above desbribed real property cr any
part thereof, to satisly said execution, judar
merit order, decree, interest, com and all
Sheriff of Clackamas County, Oregon.
By J. E. JACK. Dewity.
Dated, Oregon City, Ore., J ana 13, 1&02.
Notice ol rinnl Settlement
In the County Court ot Clackamas
County, 8late ol Oregon.
In tut matter of the Estate off
Wilev P Hover, deceased. (
Notice is herehv given that the under
sign! Administrator ol the Kstattol Wiley
P. Rover, deceased, has Hied nisllnal tti-ort
therein in said court and the court has fixed
MONDAY, tha4th DAY of AV0U8T,
at the hour o! ten o'clock, A. M , aa a day
and time tor the filing ol objections to said
report and for the sen lenient of sad! estate.
Administrator of the Estate of Wiley P.
Attorney for Administrator.
Notice is herehv given that the under
signed will am lv to the County Court of
Clackamas County on Wednesday the ti'li
day of August, isn't!, for a license to sell
malt, spirituous and vinous liquors in less
quantities than one iiailon. in accordance
Itli the petition h re with p-ibliiieil..
In the Board nf County Comiiiissloiirra'
Court, for Clackamas County, Oregon.
In the Matter of the Application)
ot Caspar Junker for a LiquorV
To the Hon. Board of County Commis
sioners for Clackamas County. Oregon;
We tbe undersigned legal voters of Cas
cade Precinct, Clackamas County, Oregon,
hereby petition your honorable body to
grant a license to Caspar Junker to sell
nislr, spirituous and v nous liquors in leas
quantities than one gallon in said Cascade
precinct for a period ol six mouths from
the dale of granting such license, the pur
pose being to keep a saloon for the aa'e of
said liquors In quantities less man one gat'
F. J. Walkley.
John 8. Gibbons
C. S. Chase.
Chas. Ply tier.
J. H. Revenue.
T. O. Jonsrud.
I. R. Duncan.
P. R. Meimg.
K. F. Sellman.
In K. DiHige.
Peter P. Hell.
S. D. Coalman.
J J. Wewer.
W. A, Pructor
John A. Strowbr dge. Ezekh 1 Beers, Sr.
J.J. A. Hen.
J. M. Dona! I.
J. G. IVSbazer.
M. C. Donahue.
J. P. I'hielrke.
Ott J H. Meinig
In the County Court of ttieStite of Ore
gon for the County of CI tetanias.
In the matter oi the guardianship of Ir
win I.e.-lie (t .rdon, a minor,
To John Gonton, Caroline Irwin Gordon,
and John Dowling Gordon, and the neit ol
kin of said minor, and all other persons in
terested in his estate.
In the name ol the State of Oregon, You,
and each of yon are hereby required to be
and appear m trie above entitled Court on
or before the 7th day of July, 11)02 at the
hour ol 10 o'clock A. M. to show cause, il
any there be, why an order ot the above en
titled Court should not be granted as prayed
lor. To show cause why a license should
not be granted lor the sale ofti.e following
described real slate, situate in the HUle ol
Oregon, and being the properly of said
An undivided one third Interest in Lots
12. 13 & 14 in Block 22 in "Cambridge" In
Clackamas County, Oregon, as shown by
the recorded plat tbereol on record in saio
County anil biate, subjei t however to a lite
estate in Dr. Jonn Gordon; An undivided
one third int-ret in the N W of the SE'i
of Sec. 3d. T. 3. 8. R. 9. W. Ol toe W. M. In
Til amook Co.. Or. containing 40 acres, and
subject to the lile estate ol Dr. John Gor
don : An undivided one third interest in
the XEJ ot the N WJ4 of Sec. Id, T. 12. S.
R. 7. W of tbe w. Si. and containing 4u
acres, and subject to the lite ertte of Dr.
John Gordon; An undivided one third in
terest in Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, and 9. in Block 20
in Peninsular Addition No. 2, in the City
of Ka-t Portland in M ulinoinah County,
Oregon, and subject to the life estate of Dr.
Guardian of lriu Leslie G rdon, a
H. E. CROSS,
Attorney lor guardian.
Dated June 12tn, I!J2.
In the Circuit Court ol the State of Ore
gon witbin and for the County of Clacka
mas. Anna E. Albee, "I
vs. 'f Suit for Divorce
Charles T. Albee, I
To Charles T. Albee, the aneve named
In the name of the State of Oregon, you
are hereby required to appear and answer
tbe compldnt Hied against you in tbe
above entitled suit on or before Friday the
11th day of July, 11)02. following theexptra
tion of six weeks publication of this sum
mons. This suit is brought to obtain a decree of
divorce between you and the plaintiff and
awarding the custody 3f your minor chil
dren Edwin Albee, Albert B. Albee, Lidias
Albee, ami Mayerie It. Alrve to the plain
tilf; arid you are hereby notified that if you
fail to api-enr and an-wT said complaint
as above required the plaintiff' will apply
to the Coup for the relief therein praved.
This summons is published by order of
Thomas F. Ryan, .lunge of the County'
Court of the County of Clackamas and
State of Oregon, made this 27th day of May,
Date of lirst publication Mav .'!0, 1(102.
U'REN ctSCHI EBEL,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Executor police To
of Jacob S.
In tbe matter of the estate
This certifies that the undenigned has
been duly appointed, bv the Courdy 'on t
of Clackamas County Oregon, executor
the last Will and leftument of Jacob B.
Risley, deceased, late ol Clackamas Count) ,
Oregon. All persons havingclanns against
Said estate are hereby not. lied to present
the same to me for allowance at the office
ot my attorney. C. H. Dye, Ea., Corner
rh and Main Ktrett", Oregon City, Oregon,
duly verified according to law, within six
months from the date of this notice.
Dated st Oregon City, Oregon, this 3rd
day of July, A. D.. Wa.
JOHN F. RISLEY.
Executor of tne aforesaid estate.
Notice ia hereby given that tbe under
signed has been duly appinld by t e
County Court of the county of Clackamas,
etecutrix of the last will and teatamentof
John C. McMurry, deceased, and all per
sons having claims against the said estate
are hereby notified to present the same with
pror vouchers duly ver fied to the nnder
signed st ber place of reside- ce near Dam
ascus, Clackamas County Oregon wuhin
six months from thedste of this notice.
Dated this 23d day of June I!i02.
NANCY ANN MCMURRY.
Notice for 1iiIIIcmIIii.
Department ol the Interior,
Land ollloe at Oregon City, Oregon, J it
Nonce Is hereby given that the followli g
named settler has tiled notice of his linen
Hon to make linal proof in supixirt of his
cl .im. and that said rMif will ha made
before Register and Receiver at Oregon
City, Oregon, on August il. 1'ki'JvU:
FRANCIS M. Oil. I.
H. E. 12W, lor tne of s.S of rc 28, t s,
He names the following witness to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion ot said land, via:
S. C. Ilnllman. II. B. Sarver. K. 0. Huff
man, 11. 11. Ander-.all of Gartl Id, Oregon.
CHAS. B. MOOUF.Si.
lot Ire for I'libUcnt Ion.
Timber Land, Act June X
I'nlted States Land Olllea. Oregon City,
Oregon, June 27, l!K2.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with tne provision of the act ol Congress ol
Jul e S. 1H7H. entlll-d "An act lor the sale
ol limber lands in the 8 atea ol Cahlorma.
Oregon. Nevada, and Waldngt'li I'errl
t ry," a extended 10 ll the Public Laud
Stales by act of August 4, ISI'J
ROSA El, (i. 0S1I0RN,
of Portland, county of Multnomah, State
of Oregon, baa this dsv tiled in thia ottl.'e
his sworn U'einetil, No. &r2, lor the pur
chase ol the sei ol Section No. ;tl ill Town
ship No A 8. Rmige No. 4 E. and will oil. r
prixd to show that the land sought is more
veluid'l- lor ita timber r stone t .an for .ri
cnlmral purposes, and t-i eslahll-h his
(laimiorald land helore the Kegistr and
Receiver ol this office at Oregon City, Ore
iron, Tuesday, the !Un day of September,
He names as witnesnes:
J C. Burke, of Molalla. Oregon ; Robert
luulen, Edaar.l Burke, Kulwrl Oshorn, ol
Auvandall pernons rlaiming adversely
the aiiove-descntied lands are requested to
hie their claims in this otlli-e on or before
said 9tU dsv of Sei tember, l'Yl.
CHAS. B. M -ORES.
Aa Cnrrownrd Klna of Etland.
Writing of rrince AlU-rt In au urtlole
In the Century on "The Koynl Kamllj
of EngluiuL" rrofewwr Oscur Drowu
From the first the i-rince Identified
hllnst'lf with the queen lu all ber la
bors. They had one mind and one
soul. RImIiik every moruliiK with the
Uuwn, the prince wenLnto his work
room, where thulr two tables stood
side by side, and read all their corre
pondence, arruttglng everything for
the queen' convculeuce wheu she
should arrive. He knew all her
thoughts nud oHslsted all hor actions,
yet so udrolt and self suorlQcliiK 'n
his conduct thnt all the merit utid pop
ularity en me to her. The people hud
no Idea thut he Interfered with public
nffulrs, yet had they reflected they
must liawe known that It was Inevita
ble. Once during the Crimean war,
when the notion got abroad that the
prince had Intervened, there were tales
of treason und of sending him to the
tower. Yet on the day of the prince's
death, on thnt cold, Icebound Saturday,
Charles Klngsley said to the present
writer, "He was king of England for
twenty years, and no one knew it."
In Spain the courtship 'l w"
Klfn of flowers, and the we.Idl.tg "
with shower of l.loaaoms oil th Cou
ple. Wh pass Into a Moral In.wt un he
U,f of the new home. The suitor
Kla hi cotirtshli. hy kl"K f,,r, "
Ko..d of water at the ho.uo whew
object of his affection Uvea If thl
request Is gra.Ued. he my Ht
I,ls attentions, but If ,1,a
111Bttcr o.ul. there. I.l-r the U'
rails ngaln. n.win pa tiled ty musician
mid torvhbearer. and while the limit
dolln playtT atrum their Instruments
the lover's companion make, hi ad
vances. Any time during the courtKhlp
the suitor may l rejected l-y the Kin
of a pumpkin. Three times ho must
make formal suit for a wife, a ids re
quest cannot be granted t first. Hut
If her father refuses the third time lit
may consult a magistrate, who de
mand that the daughter b pr.Hhi.iHl
or that her father give his consent to
the Marriage provided he I an honor
able man. He cau then carry oft hi
bride. Hut this emergency does not of
ten ri8e.-Voman,s Homo Companion.
DmcBlsts' Colored Mottles.
Those huge glass bulbs of red and
yellow and blue water which are called
show bottles are gradual: ceasing to
be a feature of the decoranon of drug
gists' windows. In the past they were
us uecessnry to every drugstore as a
red and white pole Is to a barber shop,
but they have uot, as the jiole has,
well defined history. All that druggists
know of them Is that they have been
always um-d as window ornaments.
The brllllunt liquids that they coutitln
are made cheaply and plainly of chem
icals and water. Thus a solution of
copper and ummonlu makes blue. Bi
chromate of potash makes orange. Ani
line dyes have of late been used In tho
chemicals' place, but the liquldB fade
In a strong sunlight and have frequent
ly to be renewed. Tbe liquids colored
chemically, on the other hand, last well
nigh forever. Philadelphia Record.
In our salutation Wl" "r0 P,H'tll',,,
and pious without rfallr.lng It. "Hood
by" which fulls s.i flippantly from our
lips. Is really "Clod be with you." and
(Joed day" means "I wish you a good
dny-a happy, prosperous day." Tho
l'h.enlclan on meeting used to ask.
"What occupies you'f" Another of
their everyday phrase meant to ex
press Joy and pleasure was, "I'lesh.
Every day oil our streets we
the not Dhrase of the tiertnans.
gchtsT (How goes It?) or "Auf wlednr
schen" (Till we meet again). And the
llullttti fruit dealer at the corner call
to his comrade In his native tongue.
"Und give you a good morrow."
The ancient Irish mother tiixm en
tering house say In her own lan
guage, "Tho blessings of I Sod le on
"Peace 1 with you" Is the Hebrew
benediction, and the answer Is equally
beautiful. "With you be M-ace."
ln.ere.tlna for the llnahwnd.
A tithd lady warned her new garden
er that her husband had an Irritating
habit of disparaging everything he saw
In the greenhouse and of ordering In a
reckless innniier hew plants to 1st
-Hut on no account humor him," slin
said. "Whatever he suys. throw cold
water on hltn. or he will ruin u with
At this point the new gardener turn
ed on her a white and startled face.
"Mu'am." he suld. "If he orders me to
pitch every plant In the place on the
rubbish heap. I sliu'n't ever have the
pluck to douse him In 'old water.
Won't it do as well If I get a tlrulu of
warm water out of the boiler and let It
trickle gently down his iieek'f'-Ixm-tlon
rreaentlns Arms to Cat.
Pome fifty years ao a very high Eng
lish olUclal died In a fortress at a place
thnt Is one of the centers of Ilriihmanlc
orthodoxy, and nt the moment when
the new of his death remind the
sepoy guard ot the main gate a blin k
eat rushed out of It. The guard pre
sented arms to the cut as a salute to
the flying spirit of the powerful Eng
lishman, and the coincidence took so
firm a hold of the locality that up to a
few years ago neither exhortation or
orders could prevent a Hindoo sentry
at that gate from presenting arm to
any cat that passed out at night.-- Itotn
A correspondent of the Lancet tells
a Story In reference to the rapid growth
of the habit of tippling which limy he
developed lu unsuspecting subject.
Two elderly ladles, he says, were sur-
fiol Rmlth Russell had three young
nieces living In the west, of whom he ! prised by a visitor lu the act of drink
" i. i i- t 1. 1.. i....
was very fond. On one occasion, so
the story goes, be took the youngest of
them for a walk and bought her some
candy on the agreement that It wa
not to be eaten until they reached her
home. They started, but before they
bad gone far the little girl proposed,
"Let's wun!" Her uncle declined, and
there was long pleading, all to no pur
pose. Finally the little girl stopped,
knelt down on the pavement and of
fered up the petition, "I)od, please
make Uncle Sol wun."
"It was simply a question of my los
ing my dignity or her losing her faith
In God," aald Mr. Itussell In relating
the Incident, "so we ran as fast as we
could for Lome."
Mod nils of Words.
A negro boy wag In the bablt of giv
ing his natne as "Nedlcudlne7.7Ji Ik-lt-tlkedlshazza
Sham Ham Jafac Max
well Brown," mispronouncing nearly
The sound of words has a greut at
traction for the negro, and he use
them regardless of their meaning.
A negro woman was with difficulty
prevented from naming her child "Cru
cifix," tbe sound of the word attracting
A negro preacher in a sermon de
"I comes not to contaminate any oth
er sect" repeated still more emphatic-
Ing neat brandy. I'ixiu his expressing
some surprise they said that brandy
had been recommended to them ss a
capital preventive against cholera and
thnt tbey first took It with water, and
theu they took It without water, und
now they took it like u tiler.
"Isn't this awful?" asked the com
mon looking man on the crowded street
car. "Isn't this awful? Why, there are
already 1C people on this cur."
"It is awful," agreed the person ad
dressed, who wus a street rullway
magnate. "It Is awful. There ought to
be at least twenty more In here. I'll
take that conductor's number and have
hltn on the carpet tomorrow." Balti
An Iowa man being examined In
Washington to determine his fltnes
for a consulship was asked, "How
mttny HesHlans did (Seorge III. hire to
come to this country to fight the Amer-
I leans during the Revolution?" Ho
thought for a long time. Then he snld,
I "I don't know, but It was a darn sight
more than went buck."
I,0Altl OK C0ISSI0Xr:iH.
Doctor Speaking of ' your trouble
With your husband, do you know that
It Is a scientific fact that meat causes
ally "I comes not to contaminate any ' had temper?
other sect; I comes to exonerate your, Mrs. De Jarr-Oh, yes; I have noticed
Business sad Poller.
"And now, my son," said the father,
"as you are about to go into business
for yourself, It Is well for you to re
member that honesty Is tbe best poli
cy." "Yes, father," said the noble young
"That honesty Is the best policy,
and," continued the old man, "If you
will study up the laws you will be sur
prised to find bow many things you
can do in a business way and still be
It always does, and especially when It's
burned. New York Weekly.
Made and staking: I'p.
Mr. Splnks-Well. Willie, bag your
sister made up ber mind to go to the
concert with mo?
WIIIIe-Yea. She's made up her mind,
and she's making up her face now.
She'll be down In a minute.
The Walk-ln-the-Water, tbe first
steamboat on Lake Erie, made her first
trip from riat Itock to Detroit In Au
gust, 1818, leaving on Sunday and ar
riving on Thursday.
t It. M..rl. Jh ! a X'
11 It rememlsired. That l Will"
.ermultbo Hoard ' ''""H.,.;;;.1 '
.loner, lor the t'ounty nl I 1 ..
Htale ol Oregon. iM'gun h'hl al lb
art house I., s.id county an.l on
wed,. v. h 'y u' Jui'"; :
,.... Isnng th regular tun flx' by law
tranesctlon 1 ',""j5,1 l M rum'
Then, we.e present: Hon J. I . Morton,
. Job., l-ewellen ami . T .
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Henry Pangherly J"
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J C.-.k -B
J llsitlel 21 "U
I Villus I "1
K Wl.ittin IH
K ('ronend. 14 W
J Hay 17 v
0 1'avidson 4 IK
K Itankin " "
J 11 I'latt 3 W
llenrv I'latt 1"
ltoa.l District No nu-
Ali. Irew Anderson,,,,
I' l t'brlstner
t'bartet t'aaio. '
K L Kenagy
ileiilon Killln '
tlxorgM llfer , ''
ieorga t)liig "
Samuel I'ratlier ("
J C lteaaiiir
Alfred H. Iiutlder
C V Nuncktr
wm t.mI.i .
r ii watni.iai.i
Nb Y.Hler,,., ""
K A Yo.lnr
Hud Tboinp.il. """
t ak MSN A I, ItoAt) Kf.j
lieo II Kate A t o
Mmdilikt Hell A Co ""
I lng . . .
J It llava ..
t) W Kr.ise.
It It V iltnoiit II
J W Mono I'
J Dennis 17 M
W Wanker " K''
Total I'77 H!i
Itoail liistrlct No. 31
Anlinr llurland .... t 15 l1
lien Athey T
T llaker '
(Seo Keller 10 .'s
J I. Kru I
Homer Krut W0"
Albert Turner :i '
Kre.1 Wi.gell.-r 1 o0
John Wilken I
T L Turner 7 fcl
Ol' Sharp : io
Kdw Sharp 7 .Ml
tie irg.t Aden 4 .VI
tiny (irols .'M
Mike Sl.aler 4 .V)
M.ko Sbsler, Jr 4 fit)
John Suger, Jr
oh 11 Sager. .
Jacob I i'H-t. . . . .
I rstik Kegel
John Aden 30 (SI
Total 11411 X
i:md District No. riL'
Aug Hol.naKel f 1 Ml
(!arl Kolman 1 (HI
llaker Hros, bridge HI
L Seely tl (K)
A Camelil 4 Ml
H 15 Seely H 75
J K Harns H 00
II Her 2'j r,0
A Yoss J H 7f
J Unison 3C0
J Taylor (1 (X)
H Voss il (X)
II K rouse 1 M)
S Itoberts 1 M
J linker ( (SI
V 0 Heater M 00
Total $1(17 8!)
KohiI District No. 3.'5
J A Keid 130 (10
ItOH.I District No. 31
rc.r A Co $ A M)
K S Ilaker 4 :t
Wilson A Cooke 17 (ir
K Story 11 ,10
J C Townsend lr (Mi
KKd liahlorf U2 M)
j 1111 luser L'li 00
Henry (Jilliort 42 84
II Hill . ...
Tom Mnnson I
J una lih, In 12.
In tbt mailer ol itaion otJln
hell, rl al, (or vsteusloii ul livui
In tbt matter ul Hit llutard'i I
Or.lmtil oIwiiihI on i lalui lum
to oilgllial Milillon.
In Hit matter of rejatrt of ,;Mrl
sutvey of l'aratua ltoa.l kea.n
In tbt matter ol W. I.. lt,le,
rhsrgn Nmt orderrd Ukf Ir.jaj
In the malt r o( reirt of rlt,
survey ol Miley ltoad-ltaj ra
In tbt nia.ler of risul aarniru
lH4'.i:i. 18IIS1, iM4!irJ. lM'JI. lHf7 tu
Mf.' Ordered cancelled.
In the. matter of report ol
survey ol rliaug in Lon K.j
In the matter ul rotinls tvrui
10 731 Ordered ram-rlle.)
In I lie matter of ient of n,
nriey ol IVidut and Stiulesti ,
Head llrst Unit.
In lbs matter ot pptilioo of W
1110I, el al, for a county road U4
until next term.
In Him mailer of dauiage of it,
laud Koa.l Ordeiiil tlial rjirsifi
lisid bv rountv, I IH.
In Hit matter of atpliraiiua 4
MclHiuald for rvbateof pull tai-tra
In the mailer ol a-tition ul C !t
for a road of public rss.-tne sMin
lu the mailer of Ih si('Ustiaa
.e J. M. kiliil lor ran.eliatstafi
gk'e Tales (irmted,
In the mailer of iwtilion oi t lb
for aid (.ranted , 00 l
June 1st, lii:'.
In th matter o( work In Rou!D
No 4 S.ierviir ordeit ioit!(
mi ioiy Koad nor ih of K4 l
In the matter ol report ol itn
s.iivey of Miley roail OideH
O I' Sharp I
John V ag-ner -
W A CfisM.ll
J I. Swly
K 1' ltan.li 1
In ibe matter of report "I tin'"
survey of Haratow Itijad liMrlc1
Ik-1 1 ierin.
In I lie maitrr ol reorl ol
auivey ol lilitf Koad-Ordtred nf
sti'SMss Actoi rt.
Wiley May 1
F 1' ltaiula
In Ibe matter ol report cl
survey ol IVrdue and StrUtM" 1"
Viewer ordered to amend rttA
In ibe matter of rent of rwk J
to Hei.edict Father ol Mol W
County received 151.00 in f"1'-.
In the mailer of report Of w
survey ol Wile Itoad-HtsJ W
In the mailer ol iea.rt ol
survey ol Scones toa.l-Ke1
In the matter of report of
aurvey ol Wile Road-Ordered if
D V Kinnair.l '
In the matter ol rewrt ol 8orf
re survey ol Sconce KoM w
XI'ltSlt l'lOl,,r J,
T II Sconce 1
W S Sconce i
F V Smith
K I' Kandi ,
ainai County-Settled for Mw
June 7th, 1J
matter ollndiifsntW "
Jim lirown 17 w)
Total H20 88
Road District No. 35
Chester Klietterly $ 2 25
rreu Wagner 12 25
-Allowed 1100 00 from Oenefin
W W Itellmore Allowed
Itnl Soldier fund. tiff
In the mailer of L l.
county charge Allowed tJ"" r
June Oth, M-
In the matter of ,--tUion of .j
As.s:iation for vacation of t
In ibe matter of Turner B"
by C II Dauchy-Arcepted W
orrlered drtwn lor $:I0J &'Ttft
In the mailer of rejort a
survey ol Harstow
eotint ordered paid a fo'10"' 5
r j Killings
W C Hammer
M II Smith
It T Harstow
K C Thorn al
J F Jones
C K 1 homas...
II II Johnson
Total $14 50