J. B. WARNER.
Winfield Courier, Saturday, January 25, 1873.
Road Notice. Notice is hereby given that a petition praying for the vacation and altering of the present county road running on the south line on sections 19 and 20, in twp. 30 south of range 4 east, will be presented to the Hon. Board of County Commissioners at their next regular meeting, asking that said road be located from the northwest corner of section 30, township 30, range 4; thence south one mile; thence east on section line as near as practicable to the intersection of the Augusta and Winfield state road, crossing the Walnut river at “Warner’s Ford.” ANDREW DAWSON, Principal Petitioner.
[DISTRICT COURT DOCKET: MARCH TERM.]
Winfield Courier, March 18, 1875.
CIVIL DOCKET. FOURTH DAY. No. 467. George Warner, vs. James Jordan.
Winfield Courier, December 16, 1875.
Frank Akers is building a grist mill at Warner’s ford, on the Walnut, up in Rock Township. It will be in running order by the first of April next. The machinery is all to be
Winfield Courier, May 11, 1876.
Messrs. Harcourt, Lee, and Warner, of Rock Township, were down yesterday. They report but little damage done to crops by the late rains in that section.
Cowley County Courant, March 23, 1882.
George Warner and J. B. Wall, two of Rock township’s boss farmers, came in and deposited a couple of the almighty dollars last Saturday.