Denuty Clerk Phil Blara has a mee job ou hand that he is eujoying parcicularly because the weather is so siilubrions. The auditor-geueral requires a statement of the tas sale proceeaings froni the year '89. For each year he has to roake up a statement answenng 58 qnestions. Some of tbese are quite lengthy with substautial sub divisions. ïhe docket aud official papers must be exaurined for each qoestioc. The purpose of these statements are to show if the tax sales in his county have been perfectiy regular. An additional pleasure for County Clerk Schnh and his deputy is tne faot that they can make no charge for this work. When this work in the entire state is considered its magnitude ca i be judged. The officials of the state department are having so much tronble with delinquent taxes that by this ineans they propose trying to fina where they are at.