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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 19m
Court Street Christian Cfaorcli.
Corner of North Seveteentli and Court
treats. Did you got a tag last Sunday!
Well, don't forget to tag someone and
bi-iug thein to the Bible school m t Sun
day for the intermediates have a high.
tm of 212 set for us. Tho only way we
tail reach it is to couie and bring some
one with us. This is the last time the
intermediates will be in chargend we
know they have something fine, so come.
Itible school at 10 a. m. sharp. There
will be a tnlk by the pastor for the chil
dren before the sermon, The last ser
mon of the series of sermons on tho hour ,
wIU be eiven at the preaching honr. It
block from Center street a Kanctceath,
Chemckcta car, Sunday school at 9:S
a-, m., W. " B. Hardy, superintendent;
preaching at 11 a, m. and again at 8 p.
ni.; prayer meeting at 8 o'clock Wednes
day evening. We will be glad t wel
come strangers to the service. Just the
old fashioned gospel is being preached.
A. Wells, pastor; Florence Wells, dea
coness. Central Congregational Church.
at prayer meeting on Thursday evening.
Bacon la Demand
At Uncle Sams Market
Corner South Nineteenth and Ferry
I streets, H. C. Htover, minister. A com-
bined service .of the morning worship
and the Hunday school at 10 a. m., Mrs.
'Ti.. Rlnm.n of the Hour." Tho Burton fcawnius suporinienuens inc ouiv
erics has created much interest and this day school. The subject for the morn
ne promises to be as good as any of the Jt be changing a Thora for a
erics. Junior Juuicnvor at o p.m.
is hoped that nil our members will be euring an education, according to the
' i- . e ai i ..:,...
recurus vi iiie iiimiu on . ivy qctuuii w
the Red Cross which has jurisdiction
over Marion and Polk counties.
The late legislature passed a law giv
ing returned soldiers $200 a year, for a
limit period of four years to aid them
in securing an education within the
state. The federal government has also
made provision for those wh have a
partial disability, to pay them during a
period of training. -
For those who have been1 partially
disabled, the government agrees to pay
them $80 a month while attending a vo
cational school, and if married, $125 a
month. The $200 a year that the state
gives to aid the returned' soldier in his
studies is not paid to tho soldier direct,
but at the rate of $25 a month to the
head of tho institution which ho is at
tending in the state.
Vouttg People Christian E:ideavor, 7 p.
m. This will probubly be a union scrv
ive with the Central Congregational so
ciety which was postponed last week,
floug service and sermon, 8 p. in., sub
ject, "The Goodness of God." Prayer
meeting Thursday, 8 p. in, A most cor
dial welcome is always extended to who
soever may desire to worship with us.
It. I.. I'utnum, pastor.
First Methodist Episcopal Church.
Corner Church and Shite street. Class
meeting at 9:1.1 a. m. Sunday school at
0:45 a. m., Superintendent John W. Todd
will welcome strangers and visilors.
Wonting worship at 1 1 a. in., message to
the - children on "The" Voice in tho
Heart"-, sermon subject, "A Man and
'His Neighbor." 3 p. in., service at the
Old Peoples Home; 7 p. in., the Epworth
Leagues devotional houi junior in F.p
worth hull, seniors will be led by Ralph
Jinnies, in a study of "After Vacation,
What?" solo by Miss Vera I'itzimgh; 8
p. in., platform meeting in recognition
of Labor day, good music and throe ad
dresses "The Aim of Organized La
bor," A. W. Lawrence; "My Commun
ity," T. E. McCroskey; "Cooperation,"
Richard N. Avison. A special invitation
to all interested in Labor day.
Rose." - The Christian Endeavor meets
at 7:15 p. m. Evening service at 8
o'clock, theme, "The Dignity of La
bor," solo by Elbert Laehelc.
Church of Christ Scientist.
First Church of Christ Scientist, Sun
day service is held at 440 Chcuieketa
street at 11 a. m., subject of Bible lesson
"Christ Jesus." Sunday school at 9:45
a. in. Wednesday evening testimonial
meting at 8 p. m. Reading room, 20!)
Masonic, temple, open every day except
.Sunday and holidays from 11:45 to 5
p. m. All are invited to our service and
to our reading room.
Church of God.
No. 1340 North- Church street, J. J.
Gillespie, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a.
in.; preaching service at 11 a. in. at the
chapel nnd 3 p. m. at the county farm;
Young Peoples meeting, 7 p. m.; preach
ing service at 8 p. in.; prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 8 o 'clock. . A
cordial invitation is given to nil to at
tend these services..
First Presbyterian Church.
Church street, between Chemekcla
ftnil Centers streets, Thomas S. Anurr
on, minister. After thorough renova
tion and repair, this church will be open
ed for regular services Sabbath, August
81. At the inor ling service at 11 o'clock
the pastor, who spent two weeks of his
vacafiou ut Newport, will take for his
theme, 'f A Look at the Great Sea." The
evening service Is at 8 o'clock, sermon
ttiemp, "Coming Boldly to the Throne
if Grace." Sabbath school for till class
es at 10 o'clock, Jos. II. Albert, super
Christian and Missionary Alliance.
Services resumed next Thursday aft
ernoon, September 4. Rev. J. E. Fee, of
Portland, will conduct JMble -reading at
C;i2 South Commercial street, at 2:lo
o'clock. A most cordial invitation
extended to all who aro interested In
Bjaeon, that good old' breaklfast
standby, is what the' people of Salem
want, judging by the orders received
today at the postoffice by those who
arc taking advantage of the govern
ment's sale of surplus army foods. It
is bacon "in 12 pound cans, at 35 cents
a pound that has becii doing the big
i business. . . . .
And then next to bacon, the eall is
Ifor sweet corn and ocas each of which
I are packed 24 cans to the case. The
corn figures by the case lot iL'.i-Klcnr-ered,
and the peas the same. This is at
tRe rate of about 11 -cents for a can
of 2V pouuds.
About 25 people took advantage of
tho government's sale today spending
on an average of about $1Q each.
According to instructions, the post-
office officials every where are not
permitted to send in orders to head
quarters in less than ease lots. While
orders will be received tor less man
a case, these orders are not sent in un
less an amount sufficient to make a
case are received. Should the orders
not equul a case, the money will later
be refunded to the purchaser.
Many families who did order today,
went in with their neighbors in order
inir ease lots, although most of those
who wanted bacon found the family
could easily get away -with a case of
As orders now stand purchases may
be made through the postoffice here
until tho allotment' of Salem is sold or
until the postoffice officials in Wash
ington change their minds as to the
methods of distribution. In Portland
goveral stores have taken over the
handling of the army supply foods,
just to relieve the .post office forco.
Former Soldiers Would
Complete Treir Education
on gravel .... .... ....
Ringwald, C H hauling gravel .
Salem Sand and Gravel company .
Ames,, 8 ex and handle
Silvertos Lumber company lum
ber .... .. .. .... .... -
Habcrly, Will hauling gravel '24.00
their intentions of takin" advantage of
the stivtc and federal offer, two will nt
tend the Salem high school, four will
take up studies at Willamette Inivcr
sity and four will take up a course at
the Salem Capital Business college. Oth
ers will attend the O. A. C.,.the Luivor
sity of Oregon and the Adcoz Gas school
Brothers Fight Then Pay
Fines From One Check Book
Holtville, al., Aug. 30. (United
Press.) "A. H. Dickey and J. B. Dick
ey to the bar," said Justice of the
"Related!" queried the judge.
"Brothers," replied one of the two.
"You're charged with fight on the
public streets. "
"Lend me your check book," said
A. H. to J. B. 'j. B. handed it to him.
After paying the judge with separate
checks, they walked out of the court
room, arm in arm.
"Damshanio we can't do as we
nlense." said A. H.
Twenty-seven men who havo been in i yopi aamshnme." J. B. confirmed,
the service havo taken advantage Of '
l: 5? t r Salem's a Good Place to Trade
Pooler. Earl da .. - -- lo.OU
Kissliug, Will do 6.00
MeCallister, Bussei do .- .... 6.00
Kaser,- Fred D do .... i J2.00
Kuenzi, George hauling gravel,
Stadeli, Fred hauling gravel 18.00
Pooler, Lewis shoveling gravel,
etc .... .... 7.50
McKinley, Fred shoveling gravel 9.00
Phillipi, Elmer cutting brush,
etc - 18,00
Webb, Albert hauling gravel 6.00
Brown. Bill do ..- 4.W
nf thn S7 wl, lmv nlrondv ii hifipd 1 Kuenzi. Edward haulinir plank 3.00
First Baptist Church.
The prenehcr at the morning wrvice
ill the morning service nt the First Bap
tist church will be Rev. Weathers, who
name to Salem recently from OMiihoinn.
lr. ilolt. who is in litte.iiliiiii e Ht the Inif service
Oregon Baptist Young People' summer ( invitation to the public to come md
jt-ssembly ut Gladstone, where he prench-1 worship with us. ': .
es the animal sermon, will return lu time
for the eveniiiir service and sucak ou the ' First Christian Church.
Jason Lee Memorial Church. .
Comer of Winter and Jefferson
streets, Thomas Acheson, p'ustor. Pro
gram for Sunday, August ill: Sunday
school, 9:4 fin. in., Charles Hageinan in
charge, classes for all nges under capa
ble leaili-rsr public worship, 11 a. in.,
subject, ' ' The Mission of the Church to
Labor"; class meeting at 12:15; Ep
worth League devotional meeting, 7 p.
in,; young People of North Salem very
m.; young people of North Salem very
cordially Invited; come, early. Evening
worship, 8 o'clock, subject, "Hoarding
Supplies in tho Spiritual Realm." Pray
er meeting on Thursday evening, 8
o'clock. Special music at all of the serv
ices. Sermonette for children at morn-
Wo extend a very cordial
topic, "Thii Church niid Industrial Dei
niiicritcy," a discussion appropriate to
Labor day Sunday. Morning service, 11
o'clock; evening service 8 o'clock. Sun
d:iy school, 9:45 n. m. Young People's
meeting, 7 p. m. Prayer ami covenant
meeting Thursday evening, S o'clock.
These services are free. Everyone i.
St. Paul's Church.
Eleventh Sunday after Trinity: 7:30
n. ni., holy communion; 11 a. ui.. luinn
iuvt piav er and sermon. No evening ser
vice. Everybody welcome. Chas. If.
Nineteenth and Marion streets, one
Corner Center nnd High streets, two
blocks north of the court house. Lelnnd
W. Porter, pastor. Morning worship be
gins nt 9:45 o'clock, opening the Bible
school session, followed at 11 by com
innnion and sermon, "The Church and
the Nation"; evening sermon., at 8
o 'dock, ' ' Lnbor and Religion, ' a- Labor
day sermon, The annual American Mis
sions offering will be received at these
United Evangelical Church.
Coiner Cottage and Center streets, G.
L. Lovell, pastor. The Sunday school
will meet nt 10 o. in. At It a. in. the
piuitor will speak on "Some Things God
Expects of Vf. " There will be no serv
ices in this church In the evening. It
AUDITING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS SYSTEMATIZING
Is Your ACCOUNTING SYSTEM on a
FEDERAL TAX BASIS. If not, let
me help you.
ORVILLE C. HENDERSON
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Hotsl Marion, Siuem, Ore.
INCOME TAX SPECIALIST 447 Morgan Bldg., ForlUnd, Ore.
BE A LEADER
'A wilt 44 grttt IftJe firi hu th-!t ftrnwlnify n4 m lijt h tniirt anon" -El
An immense problem in reconstruction confronts the present generation,
j Are you doing your utmost to prepare to lead in its solution?
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Oregon Agricultural College
, Tratm for Icadmh in tht tndvistrict and profruiont m follows :
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) VOCATIONAL EDUCATION. CIVIL KN01NKKK1NO. KLECTKICAL ENUINEKRINQ.
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, Three regular terms Fall term begins September 22. 1919
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THE REGISTRAR, Oregon Agricultural College, CorvaUia
The FoOowing Is the Official j:;:; I i 'jfflffS?
Itcation ot the recortt Mir-vT, Tizzi
Williif, C L loving out gravel
Claims before the Marion
County Commissioners Court
for the August Term. 1919.
with the amount allowed,
bills continued, etc., according j
to the records in the office of
the County Clerk
' ROADS AND HIGHWAYS.
Bailer, Hcnrv C patrolman . 80.50
Hoad District No. 15 1-2.
Ami's, 'S powder, fuse, etc '.. 63.05
Mitneoni, A shoveling dirt -'. 3.00
Meyers, Charlie hauling water .. 30.00
Moser, Wm do .... .... 30.00
Charlesworth, JJ I roelcmnn 53.00
Hunter, John work in pit 11.62
Moser, J H use of dump wakon.. 2.25
Paulus, Geo roller niau 63.73
Hunter, S F do 4.50
Mutter, Ulsio earry water 8.00
Hudilleson, Vir,gil scraping, cte.. 9.00
Cooke, Kobert grabbing, etc 39.00
Edison, Howard do .... 15.00
Cooke, J T do 42.00
Coi.ke, B D do .'. 9.00
Moser, O G hauling rock and
water ir. 84.75
Fnnrue, II K hauling roek, etc. 34.50
Verbeek, Boy work in pit 9.00
Veibeek, Clyder work in pit etc 12.00
Bostrnck, Busscl work in pit ...... 9.00
Thoinely, Geo scraping, etc .... 30.00
Arnold, Monroe work in pit 3.00
Strom, Hearman engine running
' crusher .... 34.00
Brown, Sam work iu pit, etc ...... 27.00
Mctter, Otto scraping, spreading
rock, etc -
Jones, finrl work in pit .... ....
Road District No. 16.
Adams & Company J D repairs
for grader .... ....
Dunn, Hobert balance due lor
. bridge work
Hoitptman, Andrew balance due
for shoveling gravel : ....
Larmer Transfer D A hauled tilo
Oregon Gravel company gravel
Salem Sand and Gracel company
Salem Sewer Pipe company pipe
Willamette Valley Southern Bail
way company freight on grav
Sclnnnlti! & Son, N lumber
Htevans, Ellis hauling gravel
Valuer, Juke hauling gravel
vainer, Ben do.
Burr, C liauli'.ig gravel ....
Mix, John shoveling gravel ,
Porter, Charlie hauling ravel
Porter, H C hauling gravel..-
Porter, Harry hauling gravel,ct
Porter, Boy do
Bead, Geo hauling gravel
Von Behren, F J spreading of
Weitman, Hugh shoveling gravel
Wright, H L lumber '-
Ven Behren, H C patrolinam
Road District No. 27.
Farmer Hardware company. Bay
L nails -
Spauldi'.ig Logging company, C
K lumber - -
Road District No. 27 1-2.
Spanlding Logging company, C
Road District No. 28 1-2.
Query, C D shovels, nails, etc
Grcttie, B 8 general repair work
Clark, E do -- --
Ganibel, B C do
Borgelt, J do -
Wilkerson, L M do
Bingwald, Geo do
Stvr.nser,, A P do ..- -
Jones, J N patrolman
Road District No. 29.
Scott, Harry W repairs on tank
Road District No. 30.
Jefferson Mill company posts
Smith & Fontaine nails, spikes,
Byram, Elias brjdge -work
Lamb, Elmer do -
Lumb, George do
Skclton, Wm do -
Wied. Frank F patrolman .... ......
Road District No. 31.
iBrown-Petzel Lumber company, '
I' lumber 93.12
! Doerf lor, Joe hauling gravel 39.00
Uieorite. Walt do ..- , 78.00
March, Noram work on pile dri-
Road District No. 3.
Oregon Electric Buihvay com
pany, rent of ground for grav
el StorilgO y ;
Mays & Carver shovels .'.
Kuensling, Chas shoveling dirt,
Oleson, Lars shoveled dirt ..
Parrish, W K ditching, etc ...
Miller, J H patrolman
Road District No. 5.
Johnson, Ionian & Brown, lum-
Bruutino, King cutting brush ....
Cook, .1 L cutting brush, etc ....
Davidson, John hauling lumber,
Davidson, Ralph, hauling water
Kirk, If E nails
I.nrkiul'rince Hard ware com
" pnny powder ....
Merlin, Moris hauling lumber,
ispnulding Logging Company, C.
K, lumber and cement ..... ....
Walts, Heriuiu tile
Duvidson, W F patrolman
Road District No. 6.
Imlnhj John lumber ....
Mnhnny, Frank gravel
Stewart, J I work on bridge ......
Du Rette, F Ralph hauling lum
ber Moore, Chas hauling gravel ....
Ditninrs, T A du - ..
Road District No.1 7.
Dinger, 1) O nilvnnoe for freight
on gravel 150.97
Cutsl'orth. I K haulinir (travel .... 48.75
Knschnirk, John lumber .... .... -
Mangold, F A nails
Siegmund, A K corduroy
Voght, Charles shoveling
Mnurer, Valentine do ....
Vachter, Martin, hauling
N'osoek, Frank hauling gravel,
etc ' 94.50
Shields, E E hauling gravel ....105.00
Cutsforth, I E do
Jeldorks, Albert driving team
Schelecter, Andrew hauling of
Zolmer, Peter do
Vachter, Adam do .- ..-
Harrison, George do .... ....
Vachter, Andrew do
N'osoek, John driving team
Weiss, Frank do
Hack, Fn.nk shoveling gravel,
Bnildy, N'ock driving team
Schafer, Alfred hauling gravel,
Cittsfoi'th. John H patrolman ....
Road District No. 8 12.
Aplin, Alfred hauling lumber ...
Road District No. 9.
Fisher. 3 8 InmW S9.76
SsU'Krng and Konagv gravel .... 202.50
Vcn Cleave Joseph A patrolman 42.00 w T "
Road District No. 10. ; J Schaecher, Wm do ...
Salem Si.nd and Gravel companr ',cfr' BTeJA '"
gravel .... . 26.00 ' ""ghaU' " Wt dP "V
King & Kenngv hauling gravel ..131.55 Wnmor, Albert shovelmg gravel
,. , " s , i Warner, Jacob hauhng gravci ....
Oregon Cltv Sand & Gravel com- ,. ,' ., J? 6 ,
,nv rrrnvM".':.. mi on Kennedy, Abe spreading grave!
Salem Sewer- Pipe company, ce-
Morrow, Jim hauling gravel 45.00
Russell, C W taking out slabs,
etc :. ',- ' 20.00
Russell, H E hauling gravel . 54.00
Russell, Kermett shoveling grav
Shippard, Orvil shoveling grav
el ..; 24.00
Russell, S H patrolman - 45.50
Road District No. 32.
Farmer Hardware company, Bay
L babbitt, nnd bolts .... s. 24.50
Grier. J B runnine level .... 1.50 !
Pearcc & Son, Lot L frame for
crusher, etc : .- 203.75
Brown-Potzel Lumber company
t . TT.j r: no
63 20 ! UrlwIU cumijttlij i,.ia.. w.'v.
one (Van Krmon, reus aliening, etc.. iu.io
m on ispcnner, uonraa aliening
66 00 -eiucrt, vjonrao iihuung ro,eic
4 00 Pieser, Frank hauling rock 4.00
00 Keitling, Chris do 1 6.00
ii!oO I Buble, O J spread rock .... 1.50
yO 00 ; Lamocrt u a aavancc ior nuui-
inont pipe, etc
Scliinnlt. & Sons, N tile, etc....
Willamette Valley Southern Bail-
wav company, freight on grav
el "... .'. L. 120.40
Hougham, Bert hauling gravel,
nln inn no
fpw.un,, .,.. T,.t... -,-- rmieiii newer x ie cumimny pipc..uj.uu
u..,n.-....u.-., ii i. uu xi.o.v.i r, - ,.-
Schaecher, Wm do
Stevans, Tedie hauHiii; gru-
Wnltnian, Charley do .... ...
Balch, Almou do .'.
Dunn, Robert spreading gravel ..
Waltumu, Lester do ....
Jefferson, Wr J patrolman
Road District No. 19.
Biitsoh, Joe sprendiug gravel
Seifer, Stephen hiuling gravel..
K runner, To'ny grading, etc.
Berning, R J patrolman ....
Road District No. 11.
Auundson, Jay .getting up crush
er, etc ....
Knutsou, A drilling
Diikens, Aron work at crusher..
Hnrtinau, C I) patrolman
. Road District No. 12.
Brougher, A L mattock handles
and file ;
Giger Bros lumber ....
Telt'er, Hay driving team .... ......
Slieptird, Curl grubbing
l.ersch, A A do
Plus, (Iherhart do -
Plas, Bernon do
Plus, John scraping
Hettwer, Leo grubbing, etc
Shepherd, Frank scraping
Dunagaii, Shirley grubbing
Waibel, Matt do' ..
Shepherd, Louis do ....
Waibel, John engineer on grader
Scott, Walter scraping and grub
bing Taylor, J A plowing
Korb, J S bridge carpenter ;
Piatt, 11 K cutting brush etc
W;-.Uiel, M use of engtue
-'). Hulferty, Downer laying tilo .
36 25 a'"!p t-arl hauling cement tile
h'qq j McCall, Fred hauling gravel
jinn, t u luieiiian
Road District No. 20.
Knpli iger, Wm F patrolman
Road District No. 20 1-2.
Kniidrith, A ugustcutting thist
les .... ...
Road District No. 22.
Willson, C O bridge plank
Elorsch, Adam hauling lumber ..
Hersch, Fred work on bridge ....
Road District No. 23.
Heater, W A board for . M S
Brewer, John H lumber
Cooley, Albert helping drill
Cooper, M S drilling
Gilninr M M hauling wood
Heater. W A moving drill
Scott. G D moving drill
Heater, C E patrolman ....
Road District No. 24.
Stayton Cement Stone Works tile 22.00
Watt Shipp Powder company pow
Hogg, W T patrolman ....
Road District No. 13.
English, Elvin K cutting thistles
Silvertou Lumber company lum
ber English, W O patrolman
Road District No. 14.
Hunt, James B viewer
Taylor, W A do
Ames, S powder, fuse, etc. ....
Alexander, Chas wood
Knutsou, A drilling rock ....
Ooder, Mrs A R board for W L
I psou .... .... ....
Oedor, Mrs A B board for Mr,
Knutson .... .... .... .... ....
Alexander, Chas hauling rock,
etc .. .. .
Maulding, J hauling water
Reinhart, J hauling rock
Kuauf, J do ,
Haggerty, J hauling water ......
Ross, E R shoveling rock
Knnnf, M spreading roek, etc...
Kuauf, W shoveling rock, etc.
Kuauf, Elmar spreading roek ....
Murray, A shoveling rock ....
Hadley, Floyd do ....
Brown, C P tlo ... ..
Mais, Gi-o clearing-right-of-way..
Swenson, J do .... J ,
Coberly, Ed spreading roek
City of Silvertou use of roller ....
Dirkerson, M A ruiiurng roller
I'psou, W L helping drHler
Ooder, A nntrolman ....
Road District No. 15.
, Dinger, I O advance for freight
Ditter, Bell & Company
Etzel, P J wood
Lilly Hardware company rock
hooks .... .... -..
Roisterer & Company F J fuse
handles, oil, etc ,
Zimmermnu, Xick wood . ....
Van Handel, Ed watching gate ..
4.50 ! ox "1 liu"""K rock
I Gries, John loading rock .'.
14 ' Larson, Andrew do
16.00 ' Higl'bei ger, John loading rock..
Hildersheim, Wm spreading of
.. 5.30 rwk -- -
4 00 Aurther, Lewis do
63.50 ' 1'i'iU'iisteiii, Joe hauling rocK
lOlOO ! chultc, Tony do -
1570 j8tneKlr Frnnk do
r I Schmitt, Ed grading
10.00 Susbauer, Admit tending grader
j Hauglun, A breaking rock
10.00 dentlial, Win spreading rock ....
I Va'.i Handel, Laurence do .
32,50 Phillips, Liu loading rock
42.50 Hnfner, John do
35.00 ' Hafner, Alex hauling rock
85.00 Kossiter, Chns do
inr crusher frame, etc 23.59
Lambert, L S patrolman .... .... :. 22.75
Road District No. 33.
Pearce & Son, Lot L valve for
steam drill .... ....
Road District No. 33 1-2.
Richards, A A pick and shovel
9.00 1 Taylor, E A hauling gravel 12.00
c no1 Zimmerman, Waldo picking rocn e.uu
afi'lsiBcriuger, Wm patrolman
Road District No. 34.
Sischo, Ed caps and fuse
Smith, Claudo caps .....
Watt Shipp Powder company pow
Tavlor, Geo V grading repairs .. 29.50
Taylor, E A do :' .... .... 27.75
Smith, Claude work on bridge.. 27.00
Roda, Celas do - 22.50
Sischo, Roy do 19.50
Sischo, Ed do .... - - 41.56
Starr, Geo moving bridge tools.. 9.00
Starr, Eiuinett hauling nintcrial
, for bridge -
Barium, G 8 patrolman ...i
Road District No. 35.
Bradley, Nelson hauling gravel..
Spencer, G A surfacing highway
Bi-.rtoz, Hildegard load gravel ..
.loost, R do :
Knutson, Carl hauling ' gravel,
etc .... ....
Bradley, Nelson hauling gravel..
Bevierj H O do .....
Smith, Grunt one horse helping
up grade ;. 4.5i;
Miller, Conrad patrolman iid.uu
u Road District No. 40.
Hammond Lumber company fuse 1.35
Work, C H general repair work,
etc - 12-25
Schomacher, John do .... .... 19.50
Shepherd, Lon hauling rock... . 10.50
Caplihger, Loland picking and
4.10 ! Bilyeu, Chester drilling rock
13.50 'Richards, A A do
Rennet, L S hauling rock, etc
Soppie, Herman hauling water..
Schumacher, Joe do .... ....
Downey, Emily watching gate ..
Pm-hntenu, Win rolling
6.001 ""s" H,"n loaning rock
Kintz, Dan spreading rock -
Carter, C C loading rock
Gescher, Bon hauling water. 20.00
IViwnoy, Chas spresding rock
Smith, Lnnrenee do .. ..
Van Handel, J B patrolman
Road District No. 25.
Clyde Equipment eompnny plow
Prnger, I G advance for freight
on gravel .... .'.
Salein Sand and Gravel company
Work, Carrie, cutting thistles
Budlong, I M do ....
Richards. E J patrolman .... 30.00
Road District No. 41.
Salem Sand and Gravel company
gravel - 3.90
Weltv, George hauling gravel
etc .. .. .. 13.50
Weltv, Theodoro spreading grav
el ' - .... 1.50
Weltv, G patrolman : 11.75
Road District No. 42. -
Smith & Watson Lumber com
pany lumber . :. 12.09
Fcrlick, Robert cut brush, etc.... " 3.0O-
Clark, J D patrolman .... .... .... 11.25
Road District No. 45.
Miller, L M lumber .... .. .... .... 166.25
Road District No. 46.
Sulding Lumber company, C
K lumber 5.83
Road District No. 47.
Dxager, D G advance for freight
on freight . .... 67.86
Road District No. 49.
Salem Sand and Gravel company
gravel .. . .... .... 26.00
Hauth, A A cutting thistles 1.25
Jack J L sub-grade work 5.00
Jack, Merle do .... .. 3.00
XelsOu, N C Macksmithing r ; 4.75
Stone, Albert cutting thistles - ' 1.25
Zurlinden. George sub-grade work 5.00
McKee,' Chas A pt-.trobnai - . 12.00
Road District No. 52.
Oregon Gravel company grave! 81.88
Hatterbcrg, Wm hauling gravel.. 16.65
Landcrbeck, John do i-T 29M
Lindquest, Goo do ..- - - 3.00
Dunigan, Edw Br patrolman 7.09
Road District No. flB.
Farmer Hardware ompany, Fy
L sledge ha-ndles 2.46
Fischer Lumber' company, lum
ber and oil ... 6.4
Watt Shipp Powder company pow-
der and fuse . . 68l5V
Ames, S nails .... 1-OtV
Amstutz, Mrs. Rose rock 9.85
King, II E board for W If Kin-
sey .... .OB
Silvertou Blow Pipe company
globe valve for roller .. 1.8f
Palas, George, running roller , 49.5
Arthur Fred running steam drill 23.38
Kimsey, W L sharpening drills.. 19.50 .
King, Elmer H engine running
drill, etc .. -.. . 18.08
Caspell, George hauling water 15.00
Fischer, Andrew hauling dirt,
etc ... . - . - 12.5
Jones, Roy A hauling rock 40.0B
Darby, James O do . 15.0
Siagei, George W do - . 37,00
King, Jasper do -..rf...; ... 2.5H
Miller, Marion spreading rock .. 22.50
Gilliam, James shoveling dirt ..... 5.09
Rodcnberger, Gaylord loading of
dirt ..: 25.89
Kreuz, Willie F spreading rock 18.7aj
Doerfler, Jacob loading roek 5.09
Amstutz, Elam do 5.00,
Given, George do 2.59
Saucy, Mark do ... .... .... .... 7.5f
Morley, Charles do .... .... . 2.59
Doerfler, Marten" Jr blasting of
rock - 3.0C'
Miller, Lynn loading rock .. .. ( 12.58
Miller, Frank M do;rr ,-' ,- v- .8J?
Jones, Earl do .... .... - 5.9S
Verbeek, Boy hauling rock 25.09
King, Arnott driving team 20.O9
Verbock, Clyde loading rock ...... 10.09
Krenz, J J loading rock .... 2.59 .
Jaquet, Paul do .... - 2.59
Jones, Clarence C patrolman .. 57.09,
Road District No. 56.
Morley, Jay hauling rock ' 8.09
Pacific Transfer company, haul
ing wood 5.09
Road District No. 59.
Falls City Lumber . Company, ' i '
ails ' 1-Ot
Pearcc & Son Lot L shovels 3.09
Ringwald, C H hauling gravel 138.2S
Rovat, Jos F covering gravol 9.09
Miller, Carl ,T balance due for ;
for hauling tile .... : 1.04!
Patton, Ernest V stringers for
culvert .... ... 4JH 1
Patton, A J patrolman .... 14.09 ;
Road District No. 64.
Mangold, F A nails .... 3.09
Kuschnuck, John lumber ..... ...1 32.49 "
Ferschweiler, L G hauling lum- : : - -
ber .... , :. 3.7S '
Vnnderbe'ck, Al do ,.. .t. 5.09
Rubens, Joseph patrolman .... j 0.2$
Road District No. 66.
Chapman, Jas operating roller,
Pur vine Pump and Implement i
company cup leathers for roller 1.29
Road Builders' Equipment com
pany scraper, etc , .13.05
Alsman, Alma making fill 3.37
Alsman, L M do .-."',
Ashford, G B hauling rock au i
wood .. .... iii,L-3
Bower,- Frank sawing wood V
"iladeck, Wm tongue for watar
Forctte, Arthur making fill .5T3
Jensen, H J blacksmithing !.'...
Kuenzli, Hugh team used repair
ing hill .. 3.09 ,
Lathrop, Earl making fill..., ' 4.23 "
Lathrop, George do ,. 8.44
MeClellan, Paul hauling water "
etc .. .'...132.25
Miller, J M hauling rock, etc.... 8.O0)
Scoficld, W II making fill 3.3T
Speer, A P powder, fuse and
caps' .. .U. .- 9.60
Spiccr, Walter shoveling screen
ing .. 8,iil
Stevens, P A making fill 8.7.1
Wolf, G W do 3..T
Wright, H L wood 1.2-"A,
Alsman, I O slip on the bar 6.W 1
Rucker, Al do 6.00
Lathrop, Kasper do ...... 6.O0I
Lathrop, Earl hauling rock 4.50
Lathrop" George do 4.50
MeClellan, Paul do : 6.00
Miller, .1 M hauling rock ti.Otl
Scofield, Frank B do 7.0O
Gentry, Lottie E do : 7.0;)
Forette, Arthur do 7.00
Bowne, Bruce do 6.00
Helmer, H do '. (i.OO
Stevens, P A do 6.0UT
KucnJi, Hugh do - 6.0O-
Hammer, I R foreman on gravel
screen .. ..: . 4.f!0
Dondit, S J do 3.00
Reed, J M do 3.0IJ
Scofield, W H do 3.00
Schcieman, Alfred dumping
Wolf G W loading scrapers 3.CO
Alsman,- L H do S..h
Cobb, Lyle watching gate . 1 lfi
Oglesby, Chas. E spreading rock
Scofield, C F use of engine ..t... 1(.!'J, a
Hammer, I R foreman on gravel
screen .. '. , -' Vi
Oglesby, Chas. T unloading wag
ons, etc .. ...i. "w
Wolf, G W helping roll, etc .... 54.75
Alsman I O making fill 3.00
Alsman, L W flumping scrapers ji.ni
Condit, S J feeding scrapers .... 6.0(1
Cobb, Lyle watching gate ... - 1-09
Alsmr.11, Alma feeding screen 36.00
Scofield, C F use of engine . 60.00
Condit, Royal E making snb
grade . . 7.o0
Reed, J M do 18.00
Scofield, W H spread roek etc.... 50.25
Condit, Boyal E making fill.... 3.37
Cobb O W help roll 7.-ritf
Bcal,' Frank do , 3.01 f
Beal, A Spreading sereeniugs
Lathrop, Earl hauling roek, etc 32.2;
Iathrop, George do 41.23
Lathrop, Kasper slip scraping 30.00
Alsman, I O do . 45.IMI
Tucker, Al do 12.09
Forette, Arthur hauling roek....: 42.0(
Miller, J M do .. . 6159'
Bowne, Bruce do , 9.0D
Helmer. H do '. 36.nft
Kuenzli, Hugh do 33.73
Gentry, Lottie E hauling rock
Scofield Frank B hauling rock
Stevens, P A do
McKimiey, E E patrolman .i
- Road District No. 68
Farmer Hardwnre Company. Ray
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