"TOWN OF CLARKSTON, INCORPORATED 190?
Auditor's Office, Asotin, Asotin County, Washington, August 4th, 1902. 9 o'clock a.m.
The Board of County Commissioners met as a canvassing Board, all the members being present, as follows:
S.C. Downen, Chairman, B.W. Yeoman and Alex Robinson Commissioners, and John B. Bell County Auditor,
The canvass of the special election returns, of the election held in Clarkston, August 2nd, 1902, for the
purpose of incorporating the town of Clarkston resulted as follows:
"For Incorporation" Forty Five (45) votes,
"Against Incorporation" Thirty One (31) votes, majority for incorporation 14,
For Mayor, Alex Robinson, Forty Four (44) votes,
F G. Morrison, Twenty Two (22) votes,
For Treasurer, L.S. Lahm, Thirty Seven (37) votes,
J. P. Goetchius, Twenty Eight (28) votes,
For Councilmen, Geo. S. Bailey, Fifty Seven (57) votes,
C. S. Whitford, Fifty Six (56) votes,
A. S. Burnett, Forty Seven (47) votes,
V. Anderson, Fifty Two (52) votes,
F.L. Carter, One (1) vote,
Robert Cline, One (1) vote.
In accordance with which vote and it appearing that the proposition to incorporate has carried; it is hereby
ordered that the following described territory be and the same is duly incorporated as a town of the fourth class
to be known as the Town of Clarkston, Asotin County, Washington to wit:
"Beginning at the intersection of Schoolhouse or Thirteenth Street with the first street south of and parallel
with Chestnut Street; thence east along the center line of said street to its intersection with Sixth Street; thence
north along center line of Sixth Street to its intersection with Chestnut Street; thence east to State line between
Washington and Idaho; thence northerly along State line to a point 700 feet north of line between Lots 2 and 3
of Section 21, Twp. 11 N.R. 46 E.W.M.; thence west to an intersection with the center line of Tenth Street
produced; thence south to the intersection of Tenth and Fair Streets; thence west along center line of Fair Street
to the intersection of Fair and Schoolhouse or Thirteenth Streets produced; thence south along center line of
Schoolhouse or Thirteenth Street to point of beginning."
And that the following named persons are the duly elected officials for the said town:
Alex Robinson, Mayor,
L. S. Lahm, Treasurer, and Geo. S. Bailey, C. S. Whitford, A. S. Burnett, V. Anderson and S. J. Roberts,
It is ordered that a copy of the foregoing order be filed in the office of the secretary of state.
The minutes were read and approved and at 10 a.m. the board adjourned sine die.
State of Washington)
County of Asotin ) ss.
I, John B. Bell, County Auditor, in and for said County and State do hereby certify that the foregoing is a
true, correct and complete minute of the proceedings of the board of County Commissioners, in session as
acanvassing board on August 4th, 1902, and of the whole thereof.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and official seal on this 4th day of August, A. D. 1902.
John B. Bell,
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