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Salem, Oregon, SaturHay September Tt 1 928
Governor Patterson left for
Portland yesterday where be had
feustaess matters la connection
uric the executive department. He
-will not return to his desk until
Tueaday. The governor will spend
La-bo r Day at Champoeg attending
. "Don Neave, employe of the state
department, Is recovering from an
operation performed at the Salem
nccrBital. It was said that he would
ike able to leave the hospital later
Hon Ylhggins. empToyed In the
latehouse supply department, has
returned to Salem after a few
spent at beach resorts. He
accompanied by his parents.
T. E. Kuhn and wife will leave
Sunday for Pasco, Wash.,
wfeore they will remain until after
Lbor Day. They will be accom
panied home by Mr. Kuhn's sister,
wte will remain here for a week
r 10 days.
8am A. Kozer, secretary of state
Will leave here tonight for Astoria
where he will remain until after
lbor Day. He will be accompan
ied ty Mrs. Kozer, w io is visiting
with her mother in Portland.
Ed M. Smith, secretary of state
of Iowa, spent yesterpay in Salem
conferring with Secretary of State
Kover and other state officials,
fie was accompanied here by
James J. Crossley of Portland. Air.
, Sroltti said that Herbert Hoover
probably would carry Iowa for
president by a substantial majority.
Fred Coshow, an ( employe of
the -atate engineer's office, has re
turned here after a few days spent
at Mood River.
131a Shults Wilson, secretary of
the ctate, fair, board, has returned
from Portland where she spent a
Mrs. Stephen A. Stone and child-
left yesterday for Eugene
w1ere they will remain until after
lather Day. Mr. Stone is a local
newspaper man, with headquar
ters at the statehouse.
VhIa fM st vu I'tirnop rt tha orato
wporation department will spend' coasi Dlnt
Conay and Monday at some beach
resort. She will be accompanied
fry her sister, Mrs. Leon Hurner
and the latter's two children.
ROBERTS. Ore.. Aug. SI.
(Special) Mr. and Mrs, Raphael
Bettincourt and son spent most
of last week at Newport. 1
Mrs. George Higglns and two
nephews who are staying with
her this summer visited - Mrs. J.
B. Parker in Salem last Satur
Miss Amy Martin of Salem was
a visitor with Mrs. Alice Coolidere
one day last week. t J
. J. P. Bressler is able to sit up
part of the- time, after suffering
a relapse about two months ago
which confined him to his bed
James Fry is already busy en
gaging eggs for hatching this win
ter. He intends to run his 12 aree
incubators full capacity.
Evergreen blackberries are
splendid here this season but ohlv
a few are being picked on account'
of the low market price.
Mrs. J. P. Blankenshlo SDent
last Thursday In Salem with, her
mother, Mrs. J. W.-Gritton.
William Sharey who has been
uttTing mroai iroouie ror some
time spent a few days at Breiten
brush Springs recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blanken-
8hip and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fer
guson and daughter of Eola went
to Detroit last Sunday and spent
me aay. Mrs. Ferguson is Mrs.
Blankenship s sister.
ZiUgene Beau of Salem spent
unaay aiternoon at Paul Carpen
New Mexicans Arrive
Mrs. W. J. Eldridge of Raton,
New Mexico, arrived Tuesday
with her son Gordon Grocenstreet
or Seattle and is visiting with rel
atives, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Daven
port. Miss Julia Query who is in
fortrand for the summer visited
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
Query a week ago Sunday. .
Roy Rice was called to Hllls
boro Friday night on account of
the illness of his father E. M.
Rice. Mrs. Roy Rice and children
Roy, Junior and orothy motored
over Sunday and Mr. Rice return
ed with them.
Mrs. B. A. Sellers has been quite
Mr2 and Mrs. Lewis Salchenberg
and family are spending this week
C N. Laughridge, .deputy secre
tary of state, will spend Monday
at Newport. He will be accom
panied by Mrs. Laughridge and
A Victory Six reports the coast
highway between Pismo Beach
and San Luis Obispo to be in fine
condition now. There are only
one or two very short, rough spots
left, most of the new pavement be
ing open lor travel.
X. F. Carle ton, secretary of the
vtste teachers association, was in
Salem yesterday conferring with
Cawn-les A. Howard, state superin
tendent of public instruction. Mr,
Orfleton is now located in Port-
4aa where he edits the official
fnmication or the teachers asso
uogan uayes or Portland was
tn Salem yesterday conferring
with Mark McAllister, state cor
poration commissioner. Mr. Hayes
formerly lived at Corvallis, where
lie was employed as a telegraph
, operator for many years.
t. H. Van Winkle, attorney gen
ral, returned here yesterday af
ter two weeks spent at a beach re
coil. He reported good weather
a delightful time.
t Herbert Gordon, member of tL?
tower house of the legislature
frum Multnomah county, spent
yesterday in Salem. He conferred
with a number of state, officials.
Harry Coshow of Willows, Cal.,
arrHred here yesterday to spend
& tew days visiting with his broth
er, Fred Coshow, an employe of
the ctate engineering department.
OF SINK DIES
HLVERTON, 6re., Aug. 31.
(Special) Mrs. MayeWright and
Vrc Edna Macintosh of Silverton
4ka just returned from Oregon
. "City, where they were called by
the death of their foster father.
s 'sr. uaxier.
Sr. Baxter will be well reme-m-
,wred in Silverton, as he lived
mmy years here, moving to Port-
Isas three years ago. He died the
'fzrflt of the week, following a sev
B taiosths illness. He was 94
jresjn old. He is survived by his
wtXa, and one son, Spencer, of
Pwrtland, and his two adopted
tfajsghters. Mrs. Baxter returned
rverton with Mrs. Macintosh
ttt tnake her home here.
i r. and Mrs. Harry Cone of
tiewtsion, Ida., arrived in Sllver
tm Thursday for an extended vis
it with their daughter, Mrs. Gus
tlerr of this city.
ft. T. Hammond, who has been
installing a new office system In
(he Silver-Falls mills. Is leaving
we. 'first of the month to go to
Besfport, to Install the same sys
tem in the mill office there. He
been in Silverton since j last
The Red and .White grocery
SBfled to its new location on Main
street Thursday. , .
(Continued from page 5,)
Aegef ter's Service Station.
toe, etc 17011
Allen, Geo. E., pipe, etc.. ..... 2033
Ames amware, shovels, etc. 58.76
Associated oil Co.,
gasoline, etc 26855
jsaxer Chevrolet Co..
welding, etc. 13.75
a & w Parts Store, brake
lining, etc e.21
Barr. Theo. pipe, etc
Boedlngheimer, John cutting
Capital City Transfer Co.,
Case, L. M., hauling eravel..
Case, L. hauline rravel.
Clyde Euipment Co., rock
crusher 2577 25
Oolyear Motor Sales Co,
Doits etc 223
Culver. W. J., salary and
epenses roadmaster 217.49
Drager, D. a cash adv. for .
freight, etc ...271ft55
Dave Johnson's Service Sta
tion, tire, etc
Deidrich, Peter, shovels, etc.
Dough ton & Sberwin, nails,
Eaton, J. Ix, sharpening tools,
etc. .. .:
Parmer, Ray L. Hdw. Co..
Farrar. J. H., p. M,
Feenaughty Machinery Co..
culvert pipe . . .12510
uabnei Powder & Supply Co.
powder, etc . . 17.68
Golden Glow Dairy, do 23625
Harper, S. W., haulint gravel 515.45
Shell Co. of Calif, gasoline.
Shell Co. of Cahf, do 227.98
Silver Falls Timber Co-
lumber f. 174.43
Smith & Watkins, tire, etc.. 18720
Smith, B. R, traffic officer.. 124X9
Spaulding ,C. K. Logging
Co lumber 258.10
Standard Oil Co. of Calif,
gasoline, etc 746.83
Standard Oil Co. of Calif,
asphalt, etc. 7720.89
Stayton Hardware Co, belt, '
etc . . 61.72
Stayton Lumber Co, lumber. 2J6
Swart, H. S, salary dep.
roadmaster .. 7 149.74
Taylor, W. A, salary and ex-
V penses road viewer 54.43
Tweedie, L. R, hauling
Union Oil Co. of Calif,
Union Oil Co. of Calif,
cash adv. for freight .1770.06
Valley Motor Co, valves, etc 8.45
West Coast Power Co,
powder,, etc 745.60
Wiggins Co, Inc, drill gear. . 1.18
Woodbury Si Wheeler Co,
hose, etc 130.73
Andres, W. M, operating
patrol grader 99.75
Ashby, Claude C, foreman at
tool house 164.75
Beckner, Lyle, team work... 119.80
Blnegar, O. D, driving
Browning, Ben, working at
paving plant, etc 110.60
Chard, E. E, shoveling, A C. . 9750
Davenport, L. J, working on
grade, etc. 320
Drager, Robert, chairman... 99.75
Duchateau, Wm. operating
Dutton, Fj A, blacksmithing 97.75
Engerman, Raymond, scrap
ing gravel, etc 149.75
Fozle. Geo, raking AC 28.44
Garner, Orel, work at pav
ing plant, etc 149.75
Hansen, H. P, checking
gravel, etc 9530
Hardcastle, Donald, chair
man .,. . 99.75
Horning. 'Earl, shoveling dirt
Hov en. Otto, foreman 18956
Kintz, Dan, hauling water.
Lickel, L. H, fireman at pav
ing plant 128.49
Malm, L. B, weigher at pav
ing plant 13157
Mattson, Chas, mixer at
paving plant 12651
Mattson, Henry, shoveling
Mcllwain, Lester, operating
McHvain, Wm, foreman ... 149.75
Orcutt, Harold, shoveling A C 25.44
Paulson, H. C, laying head
Pearson, Mervin, shoveling.
Peterson, Ben, team on f res-
no, etc 146.75
Remington, Fred, loading
trucks, etc 9050
Rowland, EUc, raking A C,
Schab, Frank, forking, A C
Shaw, A. C, chairman 99.75
Siegmund, Floyd L, time
keeper, etc 12350
Smith, F. A, oiler at Salem
Stayton, C. C, work at Stay-
ton crusher 103.75
Tade, Henry, raking AC 11850
rownsend, Ronald, shoveling
VanCleave, L. M, foreman..
VanCleave, Melvin, work at
paving plant, etc .
Way, S. D, laying headers.
Woodruff, Clyde, drivi n g
Wooldridge, W. C, work at
SagsTold. Henry L, relief ... 10-00
Sanberg. Mrs. Elsie, relief ... iM
Conklin, Mrs. E. H, relief for
Chas. Sedy 1050
Shively, Mrs. M. H, relief .. 10.00
Slyter, Mrs. W. R, relief ... J.5.00
Smith, Scott, relief ... 2050
Smith, Mrs. Wesley, relief .. 20.00
Stripling. Hulda, relief 8.00
Syphert, Murtis M, relief .... 10.00
Te Winkle, Mrs. Mary, relief 15.00
Tmnel, Mrs. Walter, relief .. 25.0f
Walkoski, Barbara, relief ... 2550
Wangless, Gilmer, relief .... 12.00
Wargnier.t William J, Sr, re
Wheeler, Mrs. Anna L, relief 1550
Wilbanks, Hattie, relief .... 3050
Williams, Alice Bertha, relief 20.00
Wohlforth, Kate, relief ..... 15.00
ProhibiUon Enforcement Fund
David, Mrs. Victor, relief ... 20.00
Burkhart, 8. O, deputy sher
Barber, W. T, deputy sheriff 12459
Richardson, W, deputy sheriff 99.69
Wrightman, F. T, tax deputy 11459
BuUer, & J, tax deputy ... 109.69
Ward. C. C, dep. co. clerk.. 11550
Tamktn, W. S, dep. co. clerk 110.00
Wilson, J. R dep. co. clerk. . 110.00
Ward, J. E, dep. co. clerk . . 100.00
Antzlcan, Lila, clerk 8750
Crann, Eva, dep. co. recorder 10050
Beecrof t, Myrtle, dep. co. rec
French, Louise M, steno
Sundborg, Ava, " stenographer 90.00
Richardson, W. Y, dep. treas. 115.00
Shelton, R, dep. assessor.. 115.00
Jones, A. W, dep. assessor 115.00
Roberts, Eva, clerk 100.00
Ackerman, Alma, clerk . . 100.00
District Attorney's Office
Page, Lyle J, dep. dist. atty. 100.00
Hickox, Carlotta, stenographer 50.00
Court House Account
Wyatt, A. H, janitor 70.00
Hobson, L,, janitor 70.00
Hill, W. W, Janitor 70.00
School Snpt's Office
Reid, Cora E., assistant 100.00
Fox. William W, supervisor 120.00
Reid. Cora E. truant officer 15.00
Health Officer's Acct.
DeKLeine, Dr. Wm., co. health
Sealer of Wts. A Meas. Acct.
Jones, J. F, sealer of wts, St
Smith, W. Carlton, co. physi
Morehouse, W. G, co. veteri
White, Nona,' probation off i-
County Court A Comrs Acct.
Smith, J. E, SaL' & exps.
co. commlssiorier 120.75
Porter, J. H, saL & exps., co.
Y. M. C. A Salem, Oregon.
main, free employ, bureau 50.00
ing death of ;Ulrich Tinner
Rigdoo, Lloyd jT, Investigat
ing death of Gander E
Winger ..j.s. j. .......
School Sapi's Office
Fax, W. W, traveling exps.. .
Fulkerson, Mary L, traveling
; exp. ..l ,;
Marion Ca Child Health dem.
quota for headquarters ....
Silveiton Tribune, prtUng cds
Health Officer's Account
Kilham Stat. ; fe Print. Co.
Gopher and Hole Bounty Act.
Boyer, U. G, ca clerk, cash
to be adv. as bounty 10050
Registration and Election Acct.
Mills, A. E, checking petitions 950
Richardson, V. A, checking
Rogers Paper Co, envelopes.
Barber, W. T, use of car, etc
,A I Bower, O. D, use of car, etc .
ing tax receipts 22.75
Thielsen, Will, tax clerk ... 93.75
Western Union TeL Co., tele
19-75 Brooks, Mildred R, cash adv.
92.401 Assessor's Office
Steelhammer, O. A, cash adv.
82.151 for stamps
District Atty's Of&ee
101551 Gunnell & Robb studio, copy
card Index cabinets 21.60
Webert, Louls,, health registrar 250
Scheible, Mrs. eGrtrude,
health registrar .1 ix)0
Bauman, John T, health
registrar i. 650
Van Winkle, Dr J. O. health
Hubbs, G. W, health registrar
Schaff er, Mrs. Margaret,
health registrar ..;
Maneger. J. B4 health registr
Prather. E. 84 health registT
Beebe, G. BLJiealth registrar
Fruit Inspeetors Account
Van Trump, S. H, co. horti
Associated Stores Ca, Inc,
No. 6, groceries for Amos
Brown ,.J, ;
Brown, eGnetieve. relief ....
Busick, J. L. Sb Son, groceries
ior a. Barnyard
Busick. J. L. St Son, groceries
for Mrs. A. Swanson
Busick. J. L. & Son. trrbceries
for Eva Ellsworth , v 9S9
Busick, J. L. s$ Son. groceries
for Mrs. Frajnk Jones 550
Central Pharmacy, medicine
for poor ...j ; 14.90
Chiles, Mrs. D; care of Lillian
Baker ....4 2155
Clark, Frank C, board of
poor farm Inmates 425 15
Salem Deaconess Hospital:
care or J. BJ. Morrison .
Care of Fred W. Baker
Care of Addle Rigdon .
Care of Nom Sing
Care of Donald Miller .
Care of E.
Francis arajm 5.00
PnrtprtL eroceries for Rosie
Bloom - 1459
Porter's, eroceries for J. B.
RtedoU W. T. St Son, inc.
burial of Lillian Baker 35.00
Riffdon. W. T. & Son. Inc,
burial of Frances V. Mann 3550
Salem Deaconess Hosp.
Care of Mrs. Q. C. Hughes 2655
Scott. Mrs. C. .E, house rent
for Rosie Bloom ..... 9.00
Shrode. D. L, groceries for
Mrstf Northcutt 24.82
SkagTS Safeway Stores, gro
ceries for Mrs. L. Potter . .' i 5.09
Spaulding. C. K. Log. Co,
Wengenroth, Wm, groceries
for Mrs. Josephine Jeoudoin 15.00
Jnvenile Coart Account
Bower, O. D., use of car .... 1350
Bower, O. D, board of prison
ers ..... , 608.80
Prohibition Enf. Fund
Cook, Mrs. J. L., milk, etc, for
Gus Crete family 13.90
Kirk, pete, wood for Gus.
Crete family 9.00
Kirk, R. E, groceries for Gus
Crete family 555
McDonald, Peter, groceries for
Gus Crete family 15.15
St Paul Market, groceries for
Gus Crete family 9.16
Van De Wiele, D. L, groceries
for Gus Crete family ......
Dog Tax Fond
Adelman, Frank, sheep killed
by dogs j
Aupperie, G. M, sheep killed
by dogs ....v...
Cannon, Chas. H, sheep kill
ed by dogs
Ebner, J. W, sheep killed by
Erwert, Frank, sheep killed by
Housewert, John R., sheep
killed -by dogs
Nash, E. A, sheep killed by
Schmitz, John J, sheep killed
by dogs , 24.00
Wolfe, Geo. B., sheep killed
by dogs 18.00
Haskins, W. W., collecting de
linquent dog licenses 9.00
Marnach, Paul, collecting de
linquent dog licenses 217.00
TaX Rebate Account
Matheny, S. P., tax rebate . . . 5056
Fire Protection Account
Clackamas-Marion Co, Firei .
Patrol association, fire pa
Divorce Fees and Dist. Atty's
Kay, Thos. B, state treas., di
vorce fees .... 85.00
Atlas Book Store, rubber
bands, etc 3.15
Boyer, U. G, Co. Clerk, cash 1
adv. for stamps .....
Commercial Book; store.
ders, etc L...'..:'
Farmer, Ray L, Hdw.
Pacific TeL Se TeL Co, tele
Patton Bros, file, etc r. . ... .
Portland Elec Pwr. Co, light
Unruh. Lee M, Print Co,
printing envelopes, etc. .. 2810
Titus, A. J, relief for Harry
Yamell .i 50 00
Titus, A. J, relief for John
LudvOtsen ... .1 .......... . 17.50
Alison, Allona, relief 17.50
Foster, Genevieve, relief .... 40.00
Howe, Christine, relief 15.00
Klme, Mrs. Maud, relief .... 25 00
Kliewer, Minnie Myrtle, relief 17.50
Ross. Mable Lily, relief 25.00
i Sawyer, Rosemary, relief 25.00
Sl&vens, Blanche : Elizabeth,
relief L 10.00
Boyer, U. G, co. clerk, cash
adv. for bounties on goph- .
ers; etc. L 100.00
Chiles, Mrs. D, care of Lilian
Baker L. 3750
Boyer, U. G, county clerk,
cash adv. for bounty
State Industrial Accident
commission, accident insur
Boyer, U. G, county clerk,
cash adv. as bounty .....
Smith, W. Carlton, examina
G- Hall 1.25
Care of David Ratclif fe
Care of Katie Schirman . .
Care of Oscar McCallister
Care of Mrs. H. V. Davis..
Care of Wm. Henry Judson
Care of Wm. Casteline ..
Care of John Regner ....
Care of Andrew Campbell
Care of Clifford Bresette..
Care of Francis Mann ....
Care of Eldon Johnson ..
Care of Anna Geelan
Care of Charles W. Cyclie
Care of Elias Grensen ....
Care of Mrs aKtie Wohlf-
arth ; i
Care of Mrs. Amelia Cot
Clark, W. H, groceries for Mr.
Digerness, N, Groceries f or
Elsie Sanberg .... 2012
Foster, Mrs. E, relief 20,00
Fry's Drug Store, medicine
ior poor ..j
Greenbaum's 'Dept. Store.
shoes for Anna Geelan
Hammond Lb. Co., groceries
for Nellie Wachter
Hurley, Guy O, milk for
Sanson's .0 nn
Levy Harry M, relief for F.
KinrtaTl ...i i-c.
Nathman, John B, plumbins
for Jos. W. Kenhart a vlk
Nelson Sc Hunt, druggists,
medicine for noor iim
Oregon Grain: Co, groceries
wr.s. Jaxiey , 10 00
Pickens Sc Havnes.
for Mrs. McAfee . .
Plant. Jas, digging- grave for
niian saker ....
Plant, Jas, digging grave for
Now is the time to get those tires for
your Labor Day trip. Come in and
let us inspect your tires
Standard guarantee is now for the life of the tire
Commercial and Chemeketa
and print of papers
tool house, etc 9756 Page, Lyle J, cash adv. for r.
Zimmerman. CarL scraping. I r. fare etc in Bricker case
etc 149.75 rosau itL uaoie co, teie-
Zolner. Joe. operating roller. 114.77 grapn service
State Ind. Ass. Comm. acci
dent ins, 719.04
Baldwin. Mrs. Loinda, reuief 10JXI
Harwood. C. A, do.
Hatch, W. J, sharpening
scarifier teeth 22.50
Herd's Battery Shop, repair-
ing Diasung machine, etc. . 3.00
Hoffman Welding Shop,
welding, etc ' 25
Howe, L N, hauling A C,
Johnson. F. O, salary and
expenses deputy road
Johnson. F. O, cash adv,
Court House Aeeosnts
Brownell Electric Co, lamps 2.40
Capital City Laundry, laun
dry service 139
Capital Ice and Cold Storage-
"rWT a nnl Gaber Brothers, plumbing . . 155
w" 11,; Hunt, Jno. P, ins. premium 12.00
""L-'. 4 teftA Nelson Bros, gaskets LOO
Boies. Chas. P relief 15.00
Boys' Si Girls' Aid Society
Brinegar, Elizabeth, relief...
Carlson, C. CarL relief
Carson, Mrs. Mable C. relief
Casperson, Flossie, relief ....
Cave, Mrs. Maggie, relief ....
Chamness, Perry, relief ....
Churchill, Mrs. Belle, relief..
Bloom, D. C relief for Lela
and Milford Cook 10.00 1 docket
Northness, R. E, cleaning of
chimneys, etc. 15.00
Ore.-Wash. Water Service Co.
20-00 Packer-Scott Co, supplies .. 29.40
if w Riley, Ed, splitting wood ., 1055
low Salem Hardware Co., gasket
20.00 packing i L80
10.00 stiff. H L, Firm Co, win-
10.001 dow shades 5.00
10.00 County Court Comxnrs. Acct.
Capital Journal, pubL
1250 Statesman PubL Co, pubL
2000) claim docket 8050
10.00 1 Capital Journal, pubL notice
10.00 1 cancellation of warrants .. 198.00
10D0 1 Statesman PubL Co, pubL
notice cancellation of
DeHaven. Levk relief
Derbyshire, G. H, relief ....
DHL Mrs. Ida M, relief
Dodge, Ulyssa Ellen, relief..
Engelhart, Mrs. Anna, relief
pininrhman Eunice, relief for
sen ana nusoana ib.wi
Fowler. John, relief for self iiuures, oss js, s uo, leuer
and daughter 15.00
i OSEBURO, Ore.r Aug. 31.
1) -Officers are continuing in
Mtigation of circamstances sur.
Wuhding the setting of incendiary
tlrus la the, south Myrtle Creek
district Tuetsday night and will
Olace their j evidence before the
for freight, etc 10.47
Jorgensen, Ira, oxygen, etc.. 21166
King. P. A, hauling gravel.. 67457
Kimsey, Archie, wood. . . 24L50
Lambert, L. S, salary dep. . ,
Larkin-Prince Hdw. Co, file.
Latture, J. L. Equipment Co,
rotary scraper, etc 585.43
Loggers St Contractors Ma- -
chinery Co, standards, etc 25058
Miller, Fred J, saL and ex
penses road viewer........ 59.03
Moser, Loyd. haulln gravel.. 30859
Murphy-Gardner Lbr. Co,
lumber .. 6457
Nag. John, hauling gravel.... 566.12
Nathman, John B, pipe.... 1.40
Newcomb, V. E, tires, ets.. . 2355
Oliver, HI E, hauling. gravel. 5055
Oregon City Sand St Gravel
Co, gravel 263552
Oregon Gravel Co, gravel.
etc .. , ...........4282.77
Ore-Wash. Co, water service 251
Pacific TeL & TeL Co,
teiephorje service 22D0
Poiaft, H. St Son, Inc, grader,
Portland Electric Power Co,
power service, !t a......... 21859
Salem Hdw. Co, picks, etc. . 1259
Salem Iron Work, drum, etc 18355
Salem Iron Works, ;!rum. etc, 18355
Salem Sand & Gravel Co, .
Gobin. Lizette, relief ........
Haggard. Delia, relief
Hall. Ludnda, relief
Hard wick. Charles, relief ....
Harper, J. H, relief ........
Hart, Grace A, relief
Kegarty.i Mrs. Hazel, relief..
Hepburn, Mrs. Eua, relief ..
HoescheL Gerhard, relief ...
Horrom, Wm. F, relief ......
Vollmer, Ben. relief far Ag
j jMast, R. H, sec-treas. exps.
u. es c. Land Grant hear
ing Justice Court Aeosunt
Knowlaad. Charles S, print
deaai wilbert Alkin
1150 Rigdon, Lloyd T, investigat
ing ueath of Louise Sophie
nes St John Imfild 15.00 Rigdon, Lloyd T, invesUgat-
Keohart, Sarah E, relief for
self and husband
Terhanv Wm, relief for
Lacey, Mrs. Isa, relief
Galbraith, J. C, relief for
Mr. and Mrs. Prosper La
Martin, Eve. relief
McDanirl. Mrs. Mae. relief ..
McKnighL Mrs. Lulu, relief
Shaw, Mrs. Delia M, relief
for Harry Meeker. ........
Mlrau, Antonia, -relief
Odman, Mrs. Klrsti, relief...
Paquette, Mrs. Louisa, relief
for Mr. and Mrs. Paschal
Paquette St Nora Fmard...
Parrls. Wm. H, relief
Parris, John S. relief for self
Pavelek. Antonie. relief ....
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abaJgain?1 0 0 m Wh6D yU buy this sPlendid keraeI Wte corn at such
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