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uoiufUfo cNTEKpmam Wednesday, june 21, 1911.
CELflLS IS ELECTED
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A. C. WARNIR It CHOSCN IN
I MOUNT' PLEASANT. :
.' , OltTRlCT. '.
At tb annual aiding of school dla
tiirt No. 109. Estacada, L K. Belflls
Was elected director, to servo for
three year. Mr. Sarah E. Batea
elected clerk for the coming term
The other two members of the achool
board ar J. W. Reed, chairman, and
. J. P. Woodl. Mr. Reed aucceeded
John M. Stormer aa chairman of the
board, the latter having aerred on the
board for the laat six years. The
teacher appolntedifor the coming term
are: Clande W. D?votm assist ant;
' Mra. Minnie Altman, of Portland.
. seventh and eighth gradea; Mlaa Ellen
C. Moehnke. of Oregon City, fifth and
alxth; Mlaa Eva IX Prunner, third and
fourth: Mra. Maud Graham, of Port
land, second, and Mlaa Vlnnie A. He
witt, or osnkoen, wia., nrai
At the annual meeting of the tax
payers of the Mount Pleasant achool
district A. C. Warner waa re-eiectea
director for the three-year term. Mr.
Warner haa been a director of the
Mount Pleasant schools for nine yeara.
Ward B. Lawton waa re-elected clerk
There waa a good attendance at the
B. Leo Paget waa elected director
and Mra. Ada Coagriff clerk at the
annual achool meeting in Oak Grove
It waa suggested to the new board to
purchase single aeata for the achool.
At the meeting in Mllwaukle Mra.
tMArgarete D. Reed waa elected di-
rector and Mra. Maggie Johnson was
reeieciea ciera or in eieveuia ume.
The financial atanding of the achool
ia excellent, the receipta for the year
were more than $14,000 and the die
buraementa a little mora than $1000.
This leaves a balance of $4000 In the
; treasury. The achool being out of
debt, the board recommended a musl
' cal instpactor and a ten-months achool
to the taxpayers. Both measures were
ananimoualy carried. A vote of thanks
waa tendered Mr. Birkemler for hia
work la behalf of the achool during
hia service. Mr. BIrkermler haa been
director for more than twenty-two
yeara. The clerk's salary waa raised.
List of unclaimed letters at the
Oregon City poatofflce for the week
ending June 12, 1911:
Woman's list Forbes, Mra. Lottie.
Nickerson, Mra. E. W. (1); Reeae,
jshu Vol. MrMs. J. D ; Webb. Mr.
and Mrs. Richard.
Macftiat Alagich, Mijalo L,;
Faust. Chariea; McMUlea, Frank B.
. Portland Coupl Married Hera.
Miss Anna Mary Hart man and Geo.
Edward DrieeoU. of Portland, ware
married Wednesday by Jostle of the
Peace) Samson. Ther were attended
by George A. Brown and Catherine
Mr. A. Klelnamlth and family, from
Medford. Or, visited their relatives
ia Clarke recently. Mra. Klein
smith intends to stay with her mother
during the summer.
Sam Elmer and family attended a
wedding In Solatia of Mr. , Elmer's
O. Sorenson ' Is working for Mr.
. Alexander Scherruble is working for
Mr. Elmer. -
Otto Elmer has come home from
school. Elao and Edna Elmer visited
their brother at the achool In Cor
vallla for a few days.
Mra. Tallman is In Portland in the
hospital. She underwent an operation.
Mr. Sullivan hauled lumber last
Miss Prances Curran,. of Oregon
City, visited Miss Zelma Cummins
Charlie Henton has returned from
Mr. Bavrer and daughter Tillie,
went to "Portland for a few day.
Mia Mary and Maggie Sullivan
have returned from Oracon City.
' .Mr Wallace, of Highland, hauled
, tumor on Monaay.
.J"' Mr. Buttemiller la painting the roof
of hi bouse.
W. G. Kleinsmlth has purchased a
Edward and Otto Bnel went to New
Era on Sunday, to visit their uncle.
A. Durst and family, of Union Mills,
were in Clarkes on Sunday.
Mr. and MrMs. Solomon Click and
' haa mother visited hi slater, Mrs.
Horatetter on Sunday.
KILPATR1CX SEEKS TITUL
YsbVs Star AtbMa Will Qe Aftae All
" . ArMind CHsseshia.
Yale will have a repreeeotntlro l
the all reiiud satlouai championship
this year Joau II Klipetrkk. lb rep
tala at the track inm sod atar end uf
tbo football etevea. has decHh-d to
compete la this event 'at tbocbaiuploo
ship meet, which wilt le held In Che
eagw Julv -Ji
Kllpatrtck great all round ath
lete He baa great ahllltv with the
Rundav achool will hold IU annual
picnic neat - Thursday oa the church
lawn. There win be lateresimg ex
erctsea by the pupils and refresh
ments free foe everybody. A cordial
lavltatton I extended to alU
J t f Zf ; '..
Real litil Transfers.
C. G. aad Amanda Johnson to N. P.
Hull, all mereantable timber south of
Milk - Creek read, la south half of
northwest quarter aad north half of
southeast quarter, section a. township
southeast quarter, aectioa , township
S south, range S eaal; lit.
Klisa Starkweather to William L
Starkweather, 16.07 acres, Jason Kel
logg donation land claim, townahlp 1
south, rang 1 east; $1.
A Matrimonial (
: Tangle jj
!And the Remarkable
Manner In Which It
By ALLAN C LANOND ;
Copyright by Aiwrtru Preaa Aaa M
elation, HIL i
Phots by Aasertaaa Press AssoctaUoe. .
a. a. EiuraTaics rtmura raa aaox -
weights. Is a good Jumper and hurdler
Be la also a fast sprinter and can ran
and walk a mile In fairly fast time.
Kllpatrtck la a big. powerfully built
fellow, weighing nearly 300 pounds.
bat despite hia weight la aa agile aa a
panther. He haa begun systematic
training for this sveut. and Johnny
Mack, hia trainer, believes be will be
la good enough condition on the day
of the meet to carry off stellar honors
For Tala to win this Important event
Kllpatrtck most be at bis best, and
enow form be baa lacked In previous
meets. Opposing him in that competi
tion will be the greatest athlete In
the country. Martin Sheridan, the rec
ord holder of this event, has signified
hia Intention of competing. Other who
are likely to compete In this event are
Garrella. the Chicago champion: F. C
Thomson of Loa Angeles, who won the
event last. year, and John Bredemus
of Princeton, winner of the title Id
CATCHER THOMAS BOASTS
or HIS LUCK. S
"Too can call me a lucky ball . X
player," says Catcher Ira Thorn- ?
aa of the Athletics, -for I have
been literally canned into two J
world' series, The New Tor Iters
sent me to Detroit in time to ?
take part In the melon catting
with the Cubs, and then the De
troit turned me over to the Alb
letlcs to take part In another
straggle for post-soason gold. 1
believe thia la a record that no
other player can boast of
STAN AGE AFTER RECORD.
F. D. Sturges
When yotf wish to hire an
atftomobile. At Elliott and
Parks Garage. "
Home Phones A-72, B-80.' Pacific 3302.
'Furnished with operating
room, vard and private
tac 2243 Horn D-298
. ' RECRf ATION PARK, '
Cor. Vsvfltt and Twenty-fourth St.
Jims 20, Si, 22, 13, ti, O.
Oamss eglit Weekdays at 9 p. m,
. Svndays, 2:S f. M. '
. LADIES' DAY FRIDAY. ,
Coys Tder 1J Fro to Blsachsr
Detroit Backstop Saya He Will Cateh
In Every Game This Season.
Barring accident. Oscsr Stallage, the
Tlgera' atar backstop, proposes to
break the record thia year In the mat
tar of games be Intends to catch.
Stanags expects to be behind the bat
i every game the Tigers play this
year, barring accidents, of coarse. Fie
feels that bs can sccompllsb this feat
with credit to himself, and a Jen
nings la none too long on catcher be
encouraging Stanage In bis Inten-
tlona Stanage. by the way. bss de
veloped Into a first class catcher. De
work easily behind tbe bet. ases good
lodgment and makes bis work easy.
Russell Ford's mystery ball brass
both wsya . ... ; ... v
Manager Chance pay Three Flo
gsrsd" Hrowo S50 every time be acts
aa rescsloj! sngot , , .
. A new baseball mask Is on tbe mar
ket - Tbe oprigbt between the eyes la
removed, so ths - receiver won't be
cross eyed. - '
Fred Loderus la deveiuplur uto one
of be great slugger of the National
leaga , Hbt bat has won any bomber
of gaaiee far the blliiea. , ...
Pitcher Able) formerly of the Now
Tork Americana arid saiw of (be Oak
land (CaLt dub. ran bid a ball In bla
meat books. The batsman cao't catch
evea a glimpse of the lestber as It
neatlea In the big twiner's bamllke
Edmund Lamy. who for four years
was the undisputed champion , of
America on ska too on tbe Ice, has
made good In hia attempt at profee
atonal baseball with the Mansfield
team of ths Ohio and Pennsylvania
learns. Manager Ha tin. formerly of
tbe. While Hoi. believes n has a find
la tbe Saraaac Lake Qi. f 4 pktyor.
Miss Lucy Mitts baa returned homo
from h visit la Portland and Salem.
Bea Jackson ha gold his bora and
Mlaa Leno Cribble attended the ball
game at Mackabarg Sunday.
The Canby boys were victorious at
August WlUbroad has gone to tb
hospital at Portland.
Mrs. Dreler was Portland visitor
Mr. Eby. Jr, is putting ap a osst
bovso. . -
BCAVCR CRCCK. '
Ths Walsh Congregational church
In tbe olden tlmea wh'u tbt-re weiv
bat three cla-M hi tbe , Miiillierti
states, tbe planter, tbe oor white nl
the negro, tbe planter wa a wrt
patriarchal governor aud bin fauillv
were bis deputlea. Each planiatlon
waa a small community, and when the
patriarch was a kindly tnau tbe wont
slavery was In some reae tot a ni
nomer. There was often among tUe'
planter fa ml lie a nolileMwTobiice that
la a wboleeome feature in au.v noiie
While tbe young men anil women '
thia clasa In tbe nialu regnrld ine.r
obligations seriously, they wvre riiie
to Impulse and often' to reckieMMuea
All bad their Ideas of bouor aud riiiv
airy and . a certain ludt-pendent-e lu
" Colonel 1 Grand of Mlilpil
called colonel by courtey -s one uf
these community gotviimr nnd by
virtue of the system prevailing at the
time In the woutb a small iiiouanli
wss beloved by bis subjects for a
aracooLraa to inr ktvont.
generous. Impulsive man with an ab
normal sense of honor, lie bsd Ave
sons and one daughter. la aucb csaex-Lwbuwaa-Jntipri!!initdui-e.Bndjar:
the daughter Is tbe vlrtnal sovereign
of ths family. Anita Le Crand ruled
first her father and then every one tbst
her father ruled. Sbe was In every
respect a chip of the old block. So
tender hearted was sbe that she found
herself In a perpetual state of char
Ths time came when thin defect. If
It may be called a defect, lu Uht L
Grand's character waa bound to abow
Itself In her choice of s buxbsuil. Wbrn
she waa alxteen it was sold of ber
that abe would soon make come young
man very bnppy or very tuixeraMe
When abe was seventeen sbe u uiak
lug several young tueo IhjUi hupp;
and miserable. Wbeu sbv wait elgUi
sen every gentleman bachelor ft her
suitor, snd st nineteen sbe wns in
eitricably Involved with half a duaen
applicants for ber baud.
"Won't you try to love me?" one of
these suitors would plead.
-Tea; I'll try -
He went away happy, and another
took his place
"If you don't lovs ms my life will I
"Oh. don't Ulk like tbst. - I'll do the
best I can."
"If yoo won't be mine." said a third.
"I aball go homo and a bullet will end
"Ob, dear! Glv ms time to tblnk
Since every on of these suitors went
sway magnifying bis cbsnces and each
came eventually to look upon himself
as ths favored one. It waa tiot loug
before Miss Le Grand was In a atats
of semi-engagement to each one of
these young men. Indeed, sbe saw her
self on tbe brink of a stats of betroth
al bankruptcy similar' to those cbiri-
table crises over which ber father bad
often tided ber. But unfortunately for
ber tbe kind man could not save ber
from a multiplicity of suitors True,
slues sbs wsat to blm for baccor'lu sll
her necessities, abe laid this betrothal
muddle before, blm. Tbe cvloael took
ths matter under advisement Anita
gave him a Hat of tbe young men who
claimed that abs had encouraged tbem,
though there wss really no more en
couragement than Is to be found In tb
abov named responses to their plead
ings. Tbe list smbrsced the most de
sirable palls, among lb neighboring
"Whatr said Colonel Ls Grand to
himself. "Albert, the son of my old
friend Wharton! My little girt could
not do better. If sbe Is pledged to
blm b moat keep ber word. Ill
fstber Is tbe soul of honor, and my
daughter moat be scrupulously honor
able with hia son. Tonng Fits-War
ren, tbe sol heir to one of tbe finer!
plahtsrlons la tbe south: Rntledre!
Wlatertont All fine fellow. Kvery
man aa honorable gentleman. But
hare's ono 1'm aot so certain about
Dick Abarcrombto. Too mot-h gun
powder la blm.. He's fought two duels.
Tree, by one of tbem he got rid of a
fallow who was trying to ruin bis
younger brother by gambling I would
not mind him If It weren't that bo will
surely get himself killed la some fnsh
Ion aod lear my little girl a widow
They rail him 'Mad Dick' Abercromble.
and be well named. No. be wori'l
do at all. Still, be UJoet be treated
honorably." v" i
Tb colon sT sett move was to rail
ais daughter lata hia otne room aad
jnttoa her a to ber feetiug toward
thee Individuals, lie txsjtta at tb
top of tb Mat
-Have ou gives your word to Bert
Whartsn. mr ditrilNitr i
.. dosj'l kn.ivV ... i
"Po ,vmi he blm?"
-I ihlak I uiikbt If I tried.
"flow about HiaUarrear
"I thluk.l uila-ui love him a Uin
"You mean ou might lovs him et
"Then there are Rutledge. Wlaterton
and Aherrrumlile. I bar no objection
to any of them except AhecrroutUie
To this titer m no reply.
"Abr-rouille t-anie very nearly kill
ing hlmeif rlllm bis Iwtv vl1in In
tbe races Inst seswm. sud li mlcht
h.i i' been shot by Ibil villain be lu
aisled on Dutuliiit if it Uiidn't hern for
bis lu. k. Tbee re k less f el Iowa all
eeeut o lie prtnecteil by tbe ghosts of
tbHr iiiMmniles or sums other guard
Ian We must count Abervrouible out."
"Yes, I Mips
'Tbie yon haven't pledged yourself
to hint In any way "
"Not any more thmi the others." "
"ll'iu! Not any more! Ilsve you
given him ss much encouragement a
"Jnt sNmt." . .
The colonel kbit bis brows
"Well, mv dHUKbter." be said after
reflection. - tesr l cau l help yuu In
the matter. I wish I could r boose for
you. Init that la Impossible. Couaull
your own heart and"- .
"All right, papa I'll Oud some way
Sbe kissed him affectionately and de
Anita consulted ber own heart and
found that there waa a leaning toward
the only one of ber suitors to whom
her fstber objected. "Mad Ilck" Aber
cromble. unfortunately held Orst place
oa tbe list. Sbe would bsve taken
some mesna to ellmluate tbe otbera
and get out of tbe mixldle by accepting
him had It not been for ber father's
disapproval. Hut her father would
disapprove of ber not keeping faith
with blm as well as tbe others. There
fore sbe derided that, whatever the
plan sbe chose to settle tbe mntter.
ah would give bint an equal cuatw-e.
Mlaa Le Grand a plan for a decision
was a stroke of p-mns. At least so
b ronsldereil It herM-lf. Khe wrote
each one at tbe spptb-snts for ber
band a note statlutt that site bad in
come snmewbHt lovoivetl with several
of them and hud t-ois-iiidi-ti lo marry
the nrau who loVeo tier teai. I his
point sbe would deteriiillie by the ett
ergy displayed lu emieuvoriug to se
cure ber baud. Tbe tlrsi mxu wbo
proposed to ber In t4ii alter tbe re
ceipt of ber note she would accept.
Mlaa Le Grand, bilvlng written tbe
notes, gave tbem to Anns, ber maid,
tb deliver tbe neit morning and tbe
same evening disappeared.
.Tbe Le tirsnd piuniailon wss situ
ated about ten" miles from the Miss's
slppl river. Mlsa jt Grand srrauged
with Cucle Bob, the master of tbe
horse, to CI out the carriage and
have It standing outside tbe gate at
11 o'clock on the nlubl of her disap
pearance. Accompanied by , Anna,
R. M. Resco
A. lloUnagel .
District N. 11
V. A. Jonss ............
IWal A company ..i....
Horner Bros. ...........
Harry Itowell ...
rted s iNirtuisnietiti. Anita stole out
of tbe bouse and made ber way to tbe
carriage, (tending Anna back wlib a
last Injunction to deliver tbe note.
Cncle Bob was Instructed to drive to
a little town on Ibe bunk ot tbe Mis
sissippi river. There tbe nest morn
Ing sliout lu o'clock a steamboat com
ing down stream stops'd at ihewbarf.
Mlsa Le Grand went alHstnl. tbe steam
er drifted off. and our truveter regis
tered 'as bound for Hntoo Kouge,
whet she Intended lo rb.it a reia
8jme ten miles of tbe Jonrney bsd
been . traversed when a man on the
eastern shore, about two miles below
tb boat, plunged Into the yellow wa
ters of tb Mississippi aod swam for
the channel. When tbe steamer ties red
tbe point where he waa swimming be
waa olxerved by tbe captain and some
of tbe passengers. ..Tbe forward
guards soon became rrowded. On
reaching tbe swimmer be waa seen
to be straggling to keep afloat, for be
bad made a long swim la dangerous
waters. A plank waa thrown to blm.
and a yawl usually towed at tbe atern
of such boats waa palled for blm. He
waa taken aboard tb yawl and rowed
to tbe ateamer lo an oibaoeted condi
tion. Miss Le Grand, who . bad not slept
tbe nlgbf before, waa dosing In tbe
ladles' cabin. She wss swskened by
a babble of voices and aaw atanding
before ber. foremost la a crowd of pas
aengers. water snaked and pantincr.
none other than "Mad Dick" Abeeurom
"I've come to ask you to marry me."
wa bla greeting..
There was a biu-at of taaghter from
tbe crowd. In, wblcb Mlsa L Grand
Joined. - '
"Accept blm.". shouted on. "Any
man wbo haa the energy and pluck In
wooing a woots a to commit himself to
thin eddying' and whirling river de
Mlsa Le Grand extended her band,
and Abrrvromble. kneeling, kissed It
When Colonel Ls Grand heard of the
remarkable method by which hi
daughter had unraveled her mstrl
moolsl tangle and bow fMsd Dick"
Abercromble bad won be exclaimed.
"The rascal Is worth; a doten of the
others " And when ho aaked Dick how
he eo! wind of the direction Anita had
taken be rerelred tb following evasive
"I flatter myself, colonel, there la not
one of your servants that would aot
give me a Hft In the chief vnt of my
And b waa right.
WANT; asaii advertisements for
this col'imn. prteaa vary rsasoa
ablo. be rata at hood of to)naa.
ixPSNOITUUHE ON v COUNTY
ROADS FOR THS MONTH OF
' MAY. ' - v-t.4.- ' ,
C. M. Folsom
C. 8. Hard .
V. A. Bard
Hoy W'llco .
K. II. Llson .
Kit. lacy .,,
Georg Keller . .
G. W. Howard . . .
W. II Handle ...
Kd. Cloaner . . . , .
Milton Schmidt . .
I; Smilh ....
II. Newhlier ...
11. Simmons .
K. Genserowskl -r
1). (lenserosskl .
Robert Maltoou ,
John Klgglns . ..
Krank Howell ...
(learv Howell ...
Johney Cloaner . .
.H. Mathewa ..
O. H. Karr ......
M. Millard ..;
I. Iireld ...I..
I. M. park
J. I). Croner
District No. 34
C. A. MrC.lnnls
Trojan powder Co
Wilson A Cotike
II Oldenstadt ..........
LL Athey ,
W. R Feglea
N. ChrlMtensen ,, ,
8. Mster ,
C Zimmerman . . . ;
II.. Drink L
Kelnhofer :.......;.. .
G. Gross ...
W. Hell berg
District No. IS.
Beall It Company 1143.60
.... 32.6 J
.... 14 71
. . . . 36.60
, . . . 3.60
, ... 33.12
, ... 18 50
, ... 33 00
.... 18 06
. . . . 4.60
. ... 2:t.oo
, . . . 4.60
R. Loney .
F. Smith .
W. Lswl .
A. J. Quay
W. A. Proctor
Paul R. Melnlg
Fred Wsgner .
B. F. Griffith
A. J. Ault ......
Walter Spiers ..
Fred O. Wagner
Wm. Booth .
M. Wldner .
Dick Jones . .
District No. 36.
B. J. Anderson
A. M. Anderson
W sail n DIIUW '
A. M. Anderson
H. If. Jacobsoo
E. H. Jscobson
H. F. Nelson
Lar Larson , , ,r. f , ,
A. K. Nelson
W. 3. Carrol
V.. , . . I HVV .....,..,,,,
' District No. M.
Beall A Company , $
Own O. Thomaa ,,,,
H. Thlssssa .,.
Wilson A Cook
C. W. Colsmaa
J. From my er i..,,
Carl qarlaotl ',,
W. F. wsrreo .......
H. Weguer ...i
R. Iwla .,. ...
Herman .Fisher IV.. 7.
J. Irish -.
C. . Htrrl
H. I). Smith .
Clyde Si tfrta'
T. R A. Sell wood
K. IX llroelje . .
NMIson A C.ok
Olio Hlryker .
Wm. II. Jones .',
Wilt. II. Reea . . .
C. Hteaan . ...
C. Cased ay
Frank Jaggar ...
A-It. Hheppard . .
John lewla ......
Owen n. Thomaa
Rvan N'wls .....
Allen Edwards . .
John B. Jackson . .
II. O. IJen
F. 51. Foiunsl . . , .
Geo. Brenner . . .
Theodore Miller .
A I Iter t Schnenhorn
Carle A. Casady . .
I J. Shockley
Herman Fisher ..
L. T. Sinclair
A. P. Jones .,
Clyde Drlscol ...........
II. II. Smith
J. M Klllott
K. A- Pugh
O. A. Arhllllea
District No, 40.
Beall A Company
II. F. Gibson
C. A. Burghardl .
1 1st via
Km Ikmglass ,
Geo. Forma n '.
Harvy Gibson v..
W. H. Stone
Sherman Stone v
W. C. Craft v.
G. A. Stone
WUIIam Cox ..
II. F. Gibson
District No. 11
lwall A Company
Paul R Melnlg
Wm. t'pdegrave .
Harry hnwtell ...
Jay Morrison ....
J. A. Shaw
George Saw let I ...
II. If. Udell
Yanny Cooper ...
It: A. Thayer ....
. 4 00
John A (Thaller ij.oo
Don Bod ley g ot
O. R. Woodl
Paul R. Melnlg
O. R. Woodl
District No. 42.
A. E. Taylor
K James ....
B. 8. Jone-.;
M. Rowell ....
U II. Judd
' District No. 41. .
Roy Dauglaa ........ ,,..,,..
A. J. Kltxmlllar
E. Gulnlsy , . .-,
J. W. Cahlll . . .
W, C. Myers
O. W. Judd .
Hi Preston . .
Chart Murphy ',. ,
R. 8. Clark r . i ...... .
William ITlivslns - - ; -
Albert Rot her
J. W. Cahlll
B. f. Rsctot . .
A. D. Burnett
F. A. Thomas ...... ,,; .
District N. 44.
Wm. Cawday ...
Davo Jone , r;,.'. 14.00
Chal. Rider V... ........ 11.60
George- Hamilton 1.00
A. Thompson 1.80
W. at Oabora
J. W. Illatt
K. Thompson ,.,
W. Us.H ,
W. S. Rider ',','''
A. 3, Marr
VV. P. Jack
W. T. Henderson .
L Bakar .........,.'.'.';',,t"
C. K. tfiirfua .
Mlk Rydjeakl ......i
District No. 4I
J. R. MumiKiwar . .
Carl Mum power
L. II. MutuMwr ,.,
J. C. Ilolconi
Kln Italian ,
J. K. Karr " "
L. IV MtimtMiwer .,
rrank Katter '
Will Iris '.','
C. V. 8mlih
J. P. Murphy , ... :
District No. 4.
F. U Mack ..............
J. 0. DeShaser ..'...'......
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John St Clair
Flrwood lumber CorT.':r".
Paul R. Melnlg ..........
District No. 49.
J. F. Snyder
Georg W. Cal well
G. li. Sanford
F- II. Davl
W. W. porter
H. O. Sanford
H. If. Andera
Ben F. Rawlins
I. J. Israelaon . .,
A. T. Hunt
M. J. Anderson , ."."... . . .
G. T. Hunt
District No. 60.
M. C. Colson .1 SJ.os
Geo. Durgau JtM
K. Reed Hi
W. Hubbard 17 U
J. P. Davie no
C. R. Thorpe M
Dltrlct No. 61.
J. K. Hlefer ....$ 61.21
ti. lioeae .' ..,- (1.04
Jake Ifgren 60.00
Leonard Pltner 11.00
Allien Boos 31.00
Krneal lloese". 21 M
Clarence Heifer 2140
A. J. McClung MM
A- Warner 1100
Mark Wllmarta It.M
Henry Beck 2004
liana Hennensen 100
Henry Hoffmelster 1.04
A. J. Case 304
Christ Zlncell 144
O. W. Green 144
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District No. 62.
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II. W. Kane
C. F. Zlnser
II. W. Kanns
C. F. Zlnaer
II. W. Kanns
District No. 63.
J. W. Ebnsr
C. R. Skltlor
John Low ...
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C. A. Beugll
District No. 64.
Fred . Wstts
B. B. Aker
J. L. Stanton .............
P. D. Samson
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A. B. May ,.
W. C. Ward
W. H. Mattoon 1 ,
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A. R. May .....
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