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About The Cottage Grove sentinel. (Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon) 1922-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1922)
Grove People Oire
Where Credit Is Due.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
P(*ople of Cottage Orove who suffer
with weak kidneys ami had backs want
u kidney remedy that can he depended
upon. Doan’s Kidney Pills is a medi
cine for the kidneys only, and one
that is hacked by willing testimony
..f Cottage Grove in»«»pU*. Ask your
0. A. I^mbert, SSI Second StM Cot
tage Grove, says: “ I don’t know of
auything better fer kidney trouble than
Doan’s Kidney Pills. My work was a
»train on my haek and I had attacks
of lumbago which hurt me to bend or
stoop and it was just as hard to
irregularly, until I used Doan N Kid
nev Pills but they were just what I
needed for they made my back strong
and well and put mv kidneys in good
Price 60c, at all dealer*. Don’t sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Lambert had. Foster Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Do you want to buy something and
don't know who has it for salef A
Sentinel wantnd will find the owner
G r o v e T ra n s fe r
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DR. C. E. FROST
Office in I.a*non builring
GAVEN C DYOTT M D
Physician ami Burgeon
X ray work in all it* branches. Eve
h in Ip* by appointment.
Cottage Grove, Oregon
J. E YOUNO
Attorney at l*aw
Office rear of Firn! National bank
Cottagi* Orove, Oregon
H J. SHINN
Attorney :it Law unci
Practices in all courts. Twenty-five
years of experience
Cottage (»rove. Ore.
Attorney at l*uw
Collections, Probate, Notary Public
774 Willamette Ht., Eugene, Ore.
H W. TITU8, D M D
Mo.tern equipment. First National
Bank building. Hours 9 to 12 and
1 to 6. Evenings and Holidays by
J. 8 __
Eug<-u<- I AHI II 4 Sin
DR W. M HAMILTON
Chronir i-mw n spwinlt**. Offirr*
ov rr Darby hardware. K' ku I'I ii * «1
K.utli Pacific Highway.
DR A. W. KIM I;
RjH-i-ialiHi in Ob»t»*tri<*s
Will r*rp for poufiio'im-utp nl hi*
homp if d**Nir**<i. HjM-i'ial our*«.* if r**
qaired. Phon»-*: offirp, '14; rt'i. I26J
MR* F. J ALSTOTT
Why ki*p|i your |aiiiif*f Both i-hronir
nnd arutp nilim-nts tri-ati-d
Phonp 1 so L
Cottagp Orovp, Or* . I
DR W. E. LEBOW
Office Fifth and Mnin. Hour*, 8:.10 I
i" 12 nnd 1 to 6 :80. Kvplling* uni
Monday* by nppointno-nt. l*non**»
offipp 36, rp*nlp|ipp 13.1 I .
Offipp in Fir*t Nut ion:'I hank build
ing; Sixth ntreet pnfrnnpp
HERBERT W. LOMBARD
Attnrnpy nt I in
First National Hank Building
Cottagi* Oro».-, Ofp.
DR. J. P. CHISHOLM
SI* Portland high srhnols graduated
S64 student* In mid year exercise* held
The state convention of the Frater
nal Order of Engles will be held in
Rugene, June 6 and 7.
The Salem lodge of Klkg has decid
ed to postpone erection of its new
temple until next year.
Joseph M Hawkins, 68, one of the
most active business men of the Wil
lamette valley, died suddenly at hia
home In Albany.
Effective February 1 , thp price of
milk delivered to residences in As
toria was reduced one-third or from
12 to 8 cents a quart.
Efforts are being made by the Amer
ican Legion to situ re Fort Stevens as
a location for a vocation and rehabili
tation school for ex service men.
The quiRtinn of the purchase of the
Lam* county fair grounds at Eugene
by the county will be put up to voter*
at the May primary electiou litis year.
Samup| S Train, editor and publish
er of the Albany Herald for many
years, ex-postmaster and prominent in
the affairs of that city, died Tuesday,
aged 81 years.
The district boundary hoard of Linn
county has beer, asked by petitioners
from several school districts for an
election looking toward the consolida
tion of districts.
Approximately 18,000 ex-service men
entitled to benefits under the so-called
cash bonus and loan act have filed ap
plications with the world war veter
an*' state aid commission.
Nearly all lumber mills in the coast
section are beginning to show signs
of activity, according to I. T. Sparks,
district freight and passenger agent
of the Southern Pacific company.
With engineers present from all sec
tions of the state, the first annual con
vention of the Oregon chapter of the
American Association of Engineers
held a two-day session in Portland.
Demonstrations in various phases of
poultry raising under the direction of
the Linn county farm bureau will be
held February 10 and 11 at three poul
try demonstration farms In that coun
The Talent irrigation district has
fiU‘d application with the state engi
neer for the certification of 8474.500
bonds The district contains approxi
mately 11.000 acres and is in JackBon
The Pacific Telephone and Tele
graph company has announced that
plans have been completed for the
lmm**diate expenditure of 817,000 for
Improvements in service at Klamath
Out of 3IC. accidents reported by the
state industrial accident commission
for the week ending January 26 only
one was fatal. The victim was Rob
ert Newton, lumber operator at Orand
The Hood River Commercial club
has adopted a resolution, presented by
Its permanent committee on scenic
preservation, which condemns the
practice of highway or street-side sign
Three additional deputies are needed
tn the office of collector of internal
revenue for the Oregon district. Sen
ator McNary and Stanfield were ad
The salaries of the deputies
will be 81500 each.
At a meeting of the hoard of direct
ors of the Oregon State Motor asso
ciation in Portland, A. H. J.ea, secre
tary of the Oregon state fair, was
elected president of the organlxation
for the coming year.
Valentine Enderaby, 20. son of a
well-known rancher of Wasco county,
wss found dead on his farm 12 miles
from Tygh valley. He had been killed
by the discharge of a shotgun, which
was found near the body
Sportsmen of Klamath county have
sent a request to the state game com
mission that the trout fUbing season
In that county remain closed until
May 16. The regular trout season
opens all over the state on April 15
In order to reclaim a large acreage
of land now under water the farmers
owning property bordering on Trian
gle lake, in the coast mountains 35
miles northwest of Eugene, have made
application to form a drainage dis
Word has been received at Klamath
Falls of the death in New York city
January 14 of Colonel Edward Cran
ston Brooks, son of pioneer Klamath
residents He came to Llnkvtlle, now
Klamath Falls, with his parents In
A mass meeting was held at Trout-
dale to consider the erection of a cold-
storage plant to handle the fruits and
vegetables awaiting shipment by rail.
About 150 Interested citisens were out
and the meeting was marked by enthu
siasm. The proposed building wosid
cost, according to rough estimates,
between »50.000 and »76,000.
Furniture Moving anti
J. F. SPRAT
Principal Events of the Week
Briefly Sketched for Infor
mation of Our Readers.
Beavers are causing much Inconva» |
lence in Hood Klver county. A few I
nights ago the upper valley was in
darkness caused by the beavers telling I
a tree 18 Inches in diameter across the
power line of the Pacific Power A
I*ul>lie spirited men und women from different parts of the
With both eyes blown out und his
county have asked me to heroine a candidate for ('minty
face terribly mangled as a result of a
Commissioner on the Republican ticket in the interest of uood
premature explosion of a dynamite
roads, democracy and harmony and h.inu devoted to the
blast, A1 Sargent, a well-known ranch
cause I have decided to lay my ideas before the public before
er living five miles southeast of The
committing myeeit. 1 am aware that this is a somewhat
Dalles was brought to The Dalles hos
pital in a serious condition.
I stand four-square for economy, efficiency and inti jrrity.
At an assemblage of Indian citizens
I believe that a County Commissioner should measure up to
at Chlloquin a resolution was adopted
the standard Caesar set for his wife, i. e., above suspicion;
empowering Clayton Kirk, Jeff C. Rid
and should so conduct himself that lie can have the confi
die and Joe Hall to engage attorneys
dence, respect and cooperation of the public at large.
to prosecute the claims of the Indians
1 hold that inasmuch as the county is about to go heavily
to a division of surplus timber esti
into debt for road building purposes, it is o f supreme im
mated at ten billion feet and valued
portance that we get the most possible for our money, and
at 825.0n0,00«. Representatives were
that the bonds should be sold to l.anr County people when
present from the Klamath, Modoc, Ya-
ever practical so that the thousands o f dollars of interest to
hooskin and Snake tribes.
be paid in years to come may be kept at home. Also that the
The annual state Inter-colleglate ora
have a right to expect as good returns from
torical contest will be held this year
Prepare mashed pota,
turn into a
dollar expended as is obtained in a well conducted private
at Newberg, March 10, according to de hot omelet pan greased with one table
business, and, moreover, 1 believe it can be had.
rision of the Oregon Intercollegiate S|ss>a of butter. Spread evenly und
Oratorical association at Salem. The cook slowly until browned underneath.
I favor the extension and improvement
Lift as an omelet.
ITniverstty of Oregon. Oregon Agricul
loads as fast as good business practice and
tural college, Ltnfield college. Pacific
permit, with special stress on the Valley to
The l'ellow who writes those “ Re
college, Pacific university, Monmouth fleet ions of a Bachelor ’ ’ tulks like a
and its principal tributaries.
normal school. Albany college and the married man.
But if we would Lave good roads we must have an up-to-
Eugene Bible school were represented.
date maintenance system, adapted to our climatic conditions
The first call to their summer
and circumstances. Our present system if system it I m is
pasture will be sent out shortly to
antiquated, inefficient and often wasteful, and is based on
Notice is hereby given that by vir
all Elks of the northwest by the Wal tue of a warrant and order ol sale,
tlu* old custom of working the roads when it suited the con
lowa County Branch Line club, of dul\ issued by order of the Common
venience ol the workers. 1 am not here speaking of the com
Council ol the City of Cottage Grove,
Enterprise, Representatives of the Oregon, which said order is dated the
paratively few miles of macadam roads but of the many miles
club will make a systematic campaign 31st day of January, 1921, I »a*
of common gravel roads that serve the great majority of the
directed to levy upon and sell the
through all Elk lodges of Oregon, property herein described for tu* col
rural imputation and are market roads in the truest sense of
Washington and Idaho in the interest lection of a street assessment n the
the word. They are also the roads over which lhe chddren
of the park and clubhouse at the head North Pin*ifie highway, which said as
must travel to and from school, and if in had condition must
of Wallowa lake, which Is owned by sessnient was on the 1 Sth day of Dee.,
necessarily have the same influence on the young minds as
and will he conducted in the interest 1912, duly made and entered in tin*
has the unsanitary, ill-kept home, if such there he, and these
Ducket of City Liens of said City, at
of the order.
page 54 thereof, against tbc following
roads are often in a deplorable condition all winter. And the
The total obligation of the state of described properly to wit:
pity of it is that the taxpayers’ money allotted to tin- district
Beginning at the Northwest eorner
Oregon, with relation to the payment of a tract of land deeded by 1). G.
would keep the roads in fair condition if tin* work were done
of interest on bonds issued by irriga McFarland to A. Nelson, run thence
in the right way anil at the right time. Let us have a system
tion and drainage districts, exclusive North 20° 4b', East 1.74 ehnins, thence
that will keep the roads in good condition during the winter
North if", East 2.5b chains, theme
of tentative agreements entered into North 29°, East 5 ehnins, (hence East
.so that they will come out hard and smooth in spring and
with the Summer Lake and Silver about 4b chains to the center of chan
he in condition to withstand the travel during th** dry season.
nel of till* Coast Fork river, i heu****
Lake projects, aggregates »813,525, ac up
Hlid cha nnel to a poi ut due F¡n.it of
1 would standardize road maintenance and would have all
cording to a financial report prepared the beginn ng point an 1 thenei YV.'st
patrolmen report each month, not only what kind of work
by Percy A. Cupper, state engineer.
ginn in«. >«> the City of Cottage Grove,
they have done, but also how much.
Of the total obligations or guarantee 141111 Count y, Oregon.
1 have faith in the common people, and 1 have reason for
of interest the amount of 8545,125
the City of Cottage Grove
my faith, for during the 12 or 14 years 1 have served as
actually has been paid by the state.
by virtue of said warrant und
Assessor here and elsewhere 1 have found that 99 per cent
After being lost for more than 60 orib-r ot sale, I will on the 3rd day of
are fair minded, open to reasoning and ask for nothing more
years, a bounty land grant of 80 acres, March, 1922, at the hour of 1 o'clock
than a square deal. Strife and contention breed discontent
was filed for record in the county ti. in. of said day in front of the City
Hull in Cottage Grove, Oregon, offer
and hinder progress; let us abolish the cause and they will
clerk's office at Salem. The land for sale to the highest and best bidder
grant, which resembles a United for cash, subject to redemption, till
the above described pnqierty, or so
il. P. M ARKISEN,
States patent, was issued in 1852 to much
thereof as may in* necessary to
Peter White, sergeant, of Captain satisfy said lien, together with the in
Paid Adv., f3c
Junction City, Oregon
Rapell’s company, Missouri infantry, terest thereon and the costs and dis
bursements of said sale.
for his services in the Florida war.
(liven under my hand this 1st day of
Under the bounty land grant, the own February, 1922.
(4. B. PITCHER, Marshal
er now is entitled to enter upon any f t mh3 of the City of Cottage Grove. NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE ON fendant, upon which to levy, I have
EXECUTION IN FORECLOSURE.
levied upon tho following described
80 acres of government land open to
real property iu Lane County, Oregon,
ALIAS 8 UMMONS.
Notice is hereby given that by vir to wit:
Beginning at BE corner of N W % of
tue of an execution and order of sale
The Hood River Commercial club is
In thè Circuit Court uf thè Stato of in foreclosure issued out of the Circuit Bee. 29 Tp. lo B R 4 W and running
seeking through co-operation of state, Oregon, l'or Lane Coutily.
Court of Lane County, Oregon, on tho N in center of County Road 15 chum-,
county and fédéra' government, means
Polir! B. Reynolds, Plaintiff, vs. 18th day of January, 1922, in u suit thence W parallel with Vi Bee. Hue
wherein on tho 17th day of January, 11.04 chains, tlieiico B parallel with
of getting a new road to Coopers Spur
To Henry B. Reynolds, Defeudaut: 1922, iu said Court, Lucy Bryan, said Road 15 chains to V* Bee. line,
and Cloud Cap Inn on the north base In thè .Nume ni tln State of Oregon:
plaintiff, recovered judgment against thence E on V4 Bee. line 11.04 chains
You are licreby required tu appetir the defendants, Walter Wheelock Mar to point of beginning. Containing
of Mount Hood. The club is especially
and answer thè compluint filcd agninst tin and Hattie Dorothy Martin, for tho 10.50 acres in Lane County, Oregon.
seeking to obtain federal aid for early iiu in thè abolì* entitled suit, on or
Now, therefore, in the name ot the
>um of $1,472.29, together with interest
application. In order that a mountain ■efori* thè 2tlh day of Mnrch, 1922, thereon from August 27th, 1921, at tho Btate of Oregon, iu compliance with
execution, and in order to satisfy
road may be opened to a camp In the troni thè date of thè order providing
which judgment was enrolled and dock said judgment, interest, attorney’s fees,
Oregon national forest to be utilized tur publication hcrcof, nini if you fati eted in lhe Clerk’s office of said Court costs and disbursements, and tho costs
by the American Legion post of the tu so appeur and answer, suiti plaintiff in said County on the 17th day of Jan and expenses of and upon this writ, 1
wiii tnko jiidgiiient agaiust you for thè
will on Baturday, the 4th day ot Feb
valley as a bast* for its annual ascents r* lief deniuuded in ber compluint. This uary, 1922, and said execution to mo ruary, 1922, at the hour ot one o clock
directed commanding mo in the name
suinmuns is publisht'd pursuunt tu un ol the Btate of Oregon, in order to sat in tho afternoon of said day, at the
of Mount Hood.
order of Iloti. G. F. Skipworth, .lodge
Julius L. Meier, chairman of the of suiti court, filcd in suiti cause un isfy said judgment, interest, costs of southwest front door of the Couuty
»uil and accruing costs, to sell tho fol Court House iu Eugene, Luuo County,
state-wide 1926 exposition board of .lanunry 31, 1922, tinti reqiiiring thè lowing described real property, to w it: Oregon, offer for sale ami sell for
directors, has announced the members lishiug tln* sanie once curii week for a
Lot five (5) in »Section Thirty-one cash, at public auction, subject lo re
domptiou as provided by law, all of
of the managing committee, authoriz l*eriotl uf six works in thi* Cottage (31) Township Twenty (20) »South the right, title and interest of said
Rang«* Four (4) West of Willamette
Defendant, L. It. Bimmon, or any other
ed at a meeting ol the board. They
Meridian in Lane County, Oregon.
tini publisht'd ut Cottage (iròve, lame
Also the North Halt (NVii) of the person or persons claiming b>, through
are Emery Olmstoad. Franklin T. Grif l'utility,
North Half (N l/j) of tho Northeast or under him, in uml to the above
Date td tirst publication, Fcbruury One fourth (NEV&) of Beet ion Six (01 described property.
fith. W. W. Hurrah, Nathan Strauss,
FRED G. 8T1CKKLS,
John F. I)aly, Guy W. Talbot, Ira F. I. 1922.
FRED E. SMITH,
Range Four (4) West of 'Willamette jGl*3 Sheriff of Lane County, Oregon.
Powers, C. C. Colt and Frank Decke-
Attorni*)* for Plaintiff, Meridian, iu Lane County, Oregon, con
Eugene, Ore. taining 37 acres» more or less, together
bach. All but Messrs. Hurrah and frinì nieh!7
GUARDIAN S SALE OF REAl*
with all tlu; tenements, hereditaments
Deckebach are residents of Portland
I'K u ih iU Y.
auu appurtenances thereunto belonging
CALL FOR BIDS FOR WOOD.
Mr. Hurrah lives at Pendleton and
or otherwise appertaining.
given that pursuant
Now, therefore, iu the name of the
Mr Deckebach at Salem.
Notice is hereby given that the di State of Oregon, in compliance with to an order ol sale ot the Count)
Joseph W Dixon, governor of Mon rectors ot school district No. 45, 1st tie said execution and order of sale and in Court ot the Biute of Oregon tor the
Couuty ot Linn, in the mailer ol Lm
tana, has written Governor Oloott that cmiily, Oregon, will receive sealed bids order lo satisfy said judgment, inter guardianship
of the persons and esime
for wood, a s per s | h c i f i c n t n n is on file est, costs of suit and accruing costs, 1
he will join In a conferouce of execii with distrirt clerk, lints will be o|N*nt*tl will on .Saturday, the 18th day of Feb ol Robert Da le Dnnkard and Lois Uci
tlves of the western states to con on Mart'll 11, 1922, tile board reserving ruary, 1922, at the hour of one o'clock trude Dnuknrd, minors, made and eu
rigid to reject any or all bids.
in the afternoon of said day, at the tered of record on the 27th day of Di e.,
sldor means for combatting the Illicit i he Dated
at Collage Grove, Oregon, this southwest front door of the County 1921, in the l ’robate Journals ot saio
sale and distribution of narcotic drugs 25th day of January, 1922.
Court House in Eugene, l*une County, court, the undersigned whose place oi
WORTH UAK\EY, Clerk.
Oregon, offer for sale and sell for cash, residence is at Rowland in Liuu
It has not yet been decided when the ¡27110
at public auction, subject to redemp county, Oregon, and whose postonici
conference will be held. Governors
tion as provided by law, ail of the address is Harrisburg, Oregon, R. 1 .
who thus far have expressed a will NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT right, title amt interest of the de D. 2, will as guardian of tho persoti
fendants, Walter Wheelock Martin and and estate oi said minors, troia auu
ingness to attend Include Louis K
Notice is hereby given that tho un Hattie Dorothy »Martin, husband and after Baturday the lilh day ot Feb
Hart of Washington, Ben W. Olcott dot-signed executrix of the cstato of wife, and Mary Welter a n d ------------ ruary, 1922, at his residence aforesaid,
of Oregon, D. W. Davis of Idaho, ami Daniel lteuii, deceased, has filed her Welter, her husband, whose first and proceed to sell in separate tracts ai
iiecoUHt for final settlement of tho full name is unknown, und all other private sale to the highest bidder to*
Joseph Dixon of Montana.
persons claiming or to claim by, cash, subject to confirmation oi sum
Approximately 600, or 35 per cent, of said estate in the County Court of the through, from or under them, or eithei court all the right, title, estate auu
.State of Oregon for l^tuo County and of them, in ami to said premises.
interest of said minors, low it, the un
the Oregon agents dealing in securi that Tuesday, the 7th day of February,
FKKD G. STICK El *8,
divided one seventy second (1 <2mL
ties to whom qiK-stionnaires were sent A. J). 1922, ut tin* Court Room of snnl |20fl7sjh .Sherift of lame County, Ore. interest in fee simple owned by eucn
of said minora and amounting lo Hh
November 1 by the slate corporation Court in Eugene, Lulu* County, Oregon, ---------r - ....................-
thirty sixth of the whole thereoi,
department, have failed to return them
NOTICB OF SHERIFF’S SALE OF one
in and to the following real properl),
been by the court fixed us the time
to the corporation commissioner. Un and piut-e of hearing objections there
First tract: Beginning ut a pom
der a new law adopted at the 1921 ses to, if any there be, and for a final
Notice is hereby given that by vir iu the N. E. Vi ol Bee. 4, in Tp. 2i.
sion of the legislature every agent em settlement of suid estate, by order tuo of an execution issued out of the B. R. J W. oi the Willamette Meridian.
ployed by dealers In securities In Ore made nnd entered of record oil the 5th Circuit Court of the Htate of Oregon Oregon, said point being 48.31 chs. YY
day of January, A. D. 1922.
for the County of Umatilla on the aud 4.25 chs. B. of the N. E. cornei
gon is required to register with the
ORA READ HEMKNWAY,
2Jrd day of Deccmtier, 1921, upou a of William Currin’s D. L. C., being
corporation department. In addition,
Executrix of the estate of judgment rendered therein on the 23rd Claim No. 44, aud running from them
the agent must show that he has not
day of December, 1921, in favor of the N. 17.73 chs.; Thcuco W. JU.54 chs
Attorney for Executrix.
jtif.i First National Bank of Kugeue, Ore to the E. boumlury of a couuty road,
been convicted of a criminal offense
B. following tho E. boumlar)
gon, a nut iu nal banking association, Thence
said county road 17.73 chs.; auu
and provide other Information.
and against L. R. Him ■»*••*., for the sum of
thence E. 30.54 chs. to the placo oi
of $250.00, with interest thereon ut beginning,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
There was an element of encour
containing 54.14 acres tuoi»
the rule of 8 per cout per uunurn from or less in Isunu
agement for the 1 limiter industry ol
Notice is hereby given that the un the 2nd iluy of Muy, 1921, und tin*
of the B
the northwest in the report of West dcrsigncd, F. R. Sherman, hns been further sum of $35.00 attorney’s fees
W. Vi Of Bee. J; tho N. V* of tho N
Coast Lumbermen's association mill* ■ Inly appointed Administrator of the amt the further sum of $14.00 costs W. *4, und tho B. W. Vé of the N
estufe of W.' J. Sherman, tleeensed, by und disbursements, which said judg
for the week ending January 21. It the County Court of Lane County, meat was enrolled ami docketed in the YV. V*. u,»d the N. YV. W of the N
i of Bee. 10, all in Tp. 21 B. 1»
showed that nearly 5,000,000 feet more Oregon, unit nay nuil nil person-'having office of the Clerk of said court in said 3 E. Y V
V. of tho Willamette Meridian m
claims against the suiti ostale nrc county on the 23rd day of Dec., 1921,
lumber had been shipped during the hereby notified anti required to present and said execution to inu directed com 1 »ano county, Oregon, containing 24 h
week than had been produced. The 133 the same to the undersigned adminis mandiug me in the name of the Htate acres more or less.
Dated and first published Jun. 12,
mills which reported had manufactur trator, duly verified as by law re of Oregon to satisfy said judgment, 1922
tpiircd, at Cottugn Orove, Oregon, or interest, attorney’s fees, costs and dis
HOMER DRINK A RD,
ed 70.643,849 feet of lumber; sold 65, to J. S. Medley, attorney at law, bursements, and the costs and expeuses
644,621 feet, and shipped 75.200.838 United States Natinnnl Bank Building, of and u(H»n tins wnt M j <>l t !»«• per
Oruauii, R. F. D. k.
Eugene, Oregon, within six months sonal property of said Defendant, or
feet Production was 19 per cent be from the tlale of this notice.
if sufficient could not be found, then
Alturnuy fur Uuardiun,
low normal, new buslnesa was 7 p«f
Dnted this the 27th tlay of January, out of the real property belonging to
jl.lllO .-j i
said Defendant in ia*ne County. Ore H rn w im viH »:, On*.
F. R. SHERMAN,
cent below production, and shipments 1922.
Administrator of the estate of gou, and being unable to find any
• per cent above production.
W. J. Sherman, deceased. personal property belonging to said Do
To the People of Lane County
W ow !
Those are some home
trade specials by 22 live
( 'ottatie Grove business
people on third page.
of our market