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Bede 4c Smith, Publisher«.
• NOTICE OF 8ALE OF GOVERN ' tc appear and answer within six
SEEK TO PRESERVE
weeks of the date of the first pub
lication, or in lieu thereof, that you
FAMOUS SHOT TOWER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Simeon R. Brand, de
OFFICE, I be required to appear and answer ceased.
Washington, D. C., Oct. 10, 1924.— ! within six weeks of the date of
Notico is hereby given that Caro
Notice is hereby given that subject j personal service of tho Summons line M. Brand, has been by the
Radio Will Also Serve in Baltimore Plan* to Buy An to
the conditions and limitations i and Complaint upon you, if per- County Court
of the Stato of Ore-
of the acts of June 9, 1916, (39 [ sonally served, without the Stato gon, in and for Lane County, ap-
Stat., 218), February 26, 1919, (40 | of Oregon.
Stat., 1179), and June 4, 1920, (41 [ Herbert W. Lombard and Potter,I tate of Simeon R. Brand, deceased.
New Fork.—Diamond mining la the
Baltimore.—Ths Shot tower, whtah Stat., 758), and departmental regu
Foster & Immel, Attorneys for
AH persons having claims against
mountain jungles of British Guiana by baa stood as a landmark at Fayette lations of April 14, 1924, tho tim
[ said estate __
means of airplanes and radio Is the and Front atreeta la Baltimore fos ber on tho following lands will be Post office address of Herbert v W.
*'• »«zwr»«v ouiiiv
same, , vxxaxjr
new venture disclosed recently by almost a hundred years, will be pur sold Nov. 24, 1924, at 10 o’clock
Lombard, Cottage Grove,
Lane law office
H. J. Shinn, Cottage
1 Grove, Ore., to said administratrix,
James T. Rogers, explorer and dia chased by the city of Baltimore an* a, tn., at public auction at the
mond prospector of British Guiana, preserved, If efforts of a number of United States land office at Rose Post office address of Potter. Foster! within six months from this the
Izine County, I 16th day
of Oct., 1924.
and Dr. A. L. Clark of Toronto, aviator. citizens and organisations are suo* burg, Oregon, to the highost bidder
CAROLINE M. BRAND,
at not less than the appraised value
Mr. Rogers Is here to orgunlze the cessful.
as shown by this notice, sale to be
Administratrix of the estate
expedition, which will start probably
When the owners of the tower an subject to tho approval of the Sec
of Simeon R. Brand, de
later In the year and consist of ten nounced last June that unless the city retary of the Interior. The purchase NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR’S
members, Including one additional avi took over the structure It would ba price, with an additional gum of
j H. J. Shinn, Attorney
ator, one radio operator and two com demolished,
_______ __ , Mayor Howard ««
v_.ua one-fifth of 1 per cent thereof,
Notico is hereby given that, in for túllate.
mercial geologists and engineers.
said that If the public showed genuine beinK commissions allowed, must bo pursuance of an order of Honorable
The South American has been Into sentiment for preservation of ths
C. P. Barnard, Judge of the County NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
be returned if sale is not approved, Court of I,ano County, State of
the backlands of British Guiana many shaft the city would buy IL
j otherwise patent will issue for the
In the County Court of the State
times and owns several mineral con
Following the lead of the Daughtea* timber which must be removed Oregon, made on tho 14th day of
His determination of the American Revolution, numerous within ten years. Bids will be re I October, 1924, for tho sale of the real of Oregon for Lane County. In the
never to go back unless he could go patriotic and other societies and man* ceived front citizens of tho United estate hereinafter described; there matter of the estate of Wiley M.
. will be sold nt private sale to Hubbard, deceased, notice is hereby
by airplane was reached during his Individuals appealed for the preserva States, associations of such citizens I tl^o highest bidder u ; mjii the follow- given that the undersigned adminis
last trip, when, on the way, every tion of the old landmark.
mid corporations organized under . ing terms, to-wit: for cash, or for tratrix of the estate of Wiley M.
member of his party but himself was
Representatives of these societies the laws of tho United States, or : part cash, and the balance credit Hubbard, deceased lias filed her
lost and $17.900 worth of diamonds held a conference with the mayor «pd any State, Territory, or Qistrict to be paid in installments, said account in the County Court of
sank to the bottom of the Mazarunl it was decided to acquire the tower by thereof only. Upon application of balance to be socured by mortgage; Lano County, Oregon, as thtfb ad
a qualified purchaser, tho timber nt tho law office of Herbert W. ministratrix of said estate and
| on any legal subdivision will be Lombard, Cottage Grove, Lane that the 25th day of November,
At the present moment his brother,
Late in August, when the owner» ot offered separately before being in- County, Oregon, on or after the ! 1924 at the hour of 10 o’clock a.
John Rogers, with one companion has the tower and the mayor failed to eluded in any offer of a larger unit, 18th day of November, 1924, the m.
has been fixed as the time for
been lost for several months in the agree on a purchase price, an
- - 2 W., Sec. 1, lot 1, following described real estate, to-[ hearing and settlement of said ac
T. 22 -
jungle and has been reported as dead. nance was passed by the city coi___ [fir 1050 M., cedar 30 M.; lot 2, wit:
count, and any objections thereto,
As the results of bls last trip, William providing for condemnation of the .‘it 940 LI., ‘ cedar 40 M.; lot 3, fir
Beginning at a point 250 links I and for the final settlement of
lot 4, fir
cedar North of tho Southeast corner of said estate.
Lewis, mining engineer, of Learning tower in case the committee« see!"
rir 1600 M..
20 M.; lot 5, fir 2100 M. r.i lot 6, tho James H. McFarland D. L. C.,
Tho first publication of thia
ton, Ontario, lies burled at Enachu, funds had not raised the neci
M.; i lot 7, fir 975 M.; lot
and Henry Genelss, engineer, of Bed amount within a certain rime.
i j- 8, ’’ fir
-7 980 ~- M., cedar 15 M.; lot 9, •honee South 28% dogroe« West notice shall be upon the 16th day
37 feet to the Northwest corner of October, 1924 and the last pub
ford, Mass., lies at Bartlca Grove.
Wlth this time limit approaching * fi’r 1800 M., cedar 60 M.; lot 10, of what is known as tho Bnkor lot, lication on the 13th day of Novem
. Both died of exposure to tropical con ptration, and the oommlttee still tn fir 1675 M.,
>., cedar 40 M.; lot 11, fir thenco North 62% degrees W<«t ber, 1924.
ditions while they were being taken need of several thousand dollars, U m 1830 M., cedar 60 M.; lot 12, fir 133 1-3 feet, thence North 28% do
back to civilization In the effort to tower seems likely to oome down.
1740 M.; NE% 8E%, fir 1500 M., grees East 70 foot, tlioneo South
(formerly Eliza Hubbard),
Administratrix of tho ee-
In^h* t0We.r. 18 tbe W^le,t Of ltl kl°* 8E%7 fTr 1875 M.' Cvd.
. cedar 40 M., 8c--ath 39% feet to the place of be
“Despite the treasures of the back- In the world, and Is regarded as the
t-ato of Wiley M. Hubbard,
8E14 fir 192’5 M cedar 40 ginning, in Section
28 Twp. 20
lands of British Guiana, which were
oldest munition factory In the United M„ hemlock
reported as far back as Sir Walter States. From a base 40 feet In disfl»- 2200 M., NW% SW%, fir 1750 M„
State of Oregon. Also lots for Administratrix.
Raleigh’s time, conditions are such eter the shaft rises to a height of 3*9 cedar 35 M.; 8W% 8W%, fir 1560 County,
4 and 5 Block 2 Elmira, Lano
that there is no rush of prospectors feet.
The column tapers as ft M., 8E% 8W%,fir 1760 M., noue^f County, Stato of Oregon.
NOTICE OF ROAD DISTRICT
similar to the Klondike," Mr. Rogers ascends, so that the diameter at U m
timber on thin noction to be sold parcel ot said real estate to be
said. "Yet there are men who brave top is only 20 feet It was built Jft I for leas than $2.00 por M. for the sold soparately.
the great hardships of the trip, and 1828, Charles Carroll, signer of tbs fir, $1.50 por M, for the cedar, I Dated and first published this
To whom it mny conqpni: Notice
government reports show that consid Declaration of Independence, laynft I and $.50 per M. for the hemlock. 16th day of October, 1924.
is hereby given that a meeting of
erable wealth In diamonds has been the corner stone.
tho legal voters being resident tax-
I NE%, fir 1470 M., not to bo sold
Administrator of the estate of payors and owners oi' real property
brought back from the hills.
The Interior of the structure wa* for less than $2.00 per M. for the
in Rood District No. 66, in Lano
“One of the by-products of our alr-
R. 2 W., Sec. 3, frl. NE% NW%,
County, Oregon, will bo hoid nt tho
p.ane Investment Is going to be trans- destroyed by fire in 1878 but was rik fir 1170 M., cedar 210 M.; frl.
hour of 1 p. in. on tho 15th day of
po’tlng other prospectors back and built, and shot-dropping continued NW% NW%, fir 1500 M., cedar
until 1892. The the tower was abqfr
November, A. D., 1924, at the
for h from the coast to the mountains.
Prairie Schoolhouse in said Road
We feel that we shall have as much doned for shotmaking because of the I cedar 25 M,, none of tho timber
District, to determine whether said
advent of improved methods of manu on those tracts to be sold for less
carry'ng work as we can handle la
is hereby given that a meeting of road district shall levy a special
than $1.75 per M. for the fir, and I tho legal voters being resident tax- tax of 10 mills upon all tho taxablo
the transportation end of our venture.”
$1.00 por M. for tho cedar. T. 28 i payers and owners of real property property in said district for tho
8., R. 12 W., 8oc. 17, 8E% NW%, j in Road district No. 64, in Lane purpose of providing funds for
Doctor Raise* Wolve*
yellow fir 310 M., white fir 185 i County, Oregon, will I h » hold at. clearing and grading road F of
a* Pet* in Private Park M., none of the timber on this ¡the hour of 2 I’. M. Oil the 22d said district.
Queer Orkney Fauna
tract to bo «old for less than $2.50 I day of November, A. I). 1924, nt
C. P. BARNARD,
Pa.—Dr. B. H. Mcdeery sf per M. for the yellow fir, and $.50 j tho Cartwright Schoolhouse in said
Kirkwall, Scotland.—The Orkneys,
per M. for tho whito fir. WILLIAM Road District, to determine wheth-
always a source of delight to scien
j er said road district shall levy a
tists, has this summer been the play
His sixteen wolves are of the large**
['special tax of 3 mills upon nil
O. E OROWE,
ground for a party of Edinburgh so-
type in North America and housed la
The Investigators spent much time a half acre park. This park is s«>
| funds for maintenance.
NOTICE OF ROAD DISTRICT
In tracing the development and learn rounded by a four-acre playground to In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Lane County.
ing the habits of a little-known spe
“The United States government bad Fred Ernest, Plaintiff, vs D. N.
cies of water sheep whloh is found
Mclnturff and Eugenia L. Mein-
Ta whom it may concern: Notice
only near the Island of North Ron- about extinguished the *buffalo wolvsf
turff, his wife, H. 8. Mclnturff, ’ n6-13-20
is hereby givon that a meeting of
so I got a few to eave the specla*,*’
Bank of Cottage Grove, a corpora
tho legal voters being roaident tax
Doctor McClsery explained.
These animals feed
tion, Dora J. DeVere and C. O. NOTICE OF ROAD DISTRICT payers and owners of real property
DeVere, her husband, J. W. Mc
Inhabit the beaches of the Island. Na
in Road District No. 6. in 14in o
Coy nnd Lane County, a munici
ture developed for them legs from bar of the pack. Sometimes on moc**-
County, Oregon, will bo held ut
tho hour of 1 p. ni. on tho 15th
eight to ten Inches longer than those j
of a normal sheep, which allows them outside Inclosure, where the big graff To: D. N. Mclnturff and Eugenia is hereby given that a meeting of day of Novomber, A. B., 1924, at
tho Hosolton Schoolhouse in ___
to wade for food. As a result of their fellows take turns playing ‘doer.’ C
lnturff, Bank of Cottage Grove, payors and owners ol f real property Road District, to determine wheth
unusual diet their meat has a salty of the wolves will run down hill, I
er said road district shall levy a
taste, their wool is particularly coarse fating the bounding of a deer. ’
and C. O. DeVere, her husband, County, Oregon, will bo held nt special tax of 10 mills upon all the
and strong, and they grow larget pack take after him, and overtake
J. W. McCoy and Lane Cbunty, the hour of 7:30 P. M. on the 22d taxable property in said district
mock deer at the foot of the hill, p
day of November, A. D. 1924, at for the purpose of providing funds
a municipal corporation:
than normal sheep.
You and each of you are horeby the Wildwood schoolhouse in »aid fur: 3 mills to bo used to grade
The zoologists are also studying the Ing him down and rolling him ot MV
| Summoned and required to appear Road District, to determine wheth and rock road B, starting from
so-celled "sea anemones.” found only but all In fun.
“Finally my turn comes, and I ** and answer the Complaint of Plain er said road district shall levy it oast end of road B, and 7 mills
In the Orkneys. These as yet are un
tiff, filed in the above entitled special tax of 6 mills upon all
classified and have no scientific name. hopping down the hill, imitating * cause, withing six weeks from tho the taxable property in said dis rocking road H and grading road
A commencing at went end of
They grow on rocks and when covered I deer as best I can. 1 The wolves
t bounds. I try (I date of the first publication of trict for tho purpose of providing road H.
by water open and spread out circles after me with great
this Summons, if published, and
C. P. BARNARD,
of leaves like dandelions, but when drop just about as they spring at l
within sis weeks from date of trict 17.
personal service on you without
the tide is out they fold up and almost
O. E. CROWE,
upon you a copy of the Summons
O. E CROWE,
Yet they are not flowers, as their
County Commissioner. o30 n!3
habits indicate a carnivorous animal Professor* Turn Light
Stato of Oregon, or in lieu of pub
existence. They kill their victims by
NOTICE OF ROAD DISTRICT
on Hidden Girl Genius [ lication, and if you fail to appear NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE
poison and then devour them, and
! and answer within tho time pre
their leave« act as tentacles to
Boston, Maas.—A young woman to scribed, the Plaintiff will apply to
dared by a committee of lnduststfl the Court for a judgment against
Notice is hereby given that the To Whom It May Concern:
you for tho sum of Seven Hundred undersigned executor and «0- 'eutrix
leaders and Harvard professor»
Notice is hereby given that a
[ Dollars ($700.00) together with in of the estate of Isabella M. Kan meeting of the legal voters being
a genius whose light was beln
Swedish Forest* at Par
taxpayers and owners of
den under the routine of school
(7) por cent per annum from the account for the final settlement real property in Road District No.
After Thousand Years Ing and factory work was identMM I 20th
day of April, 1923, and for of tho said estate in tho County 67 in Lane County, Oregon, will
Stockholm.—Sweden’s work of for aa Mies Muriel Black, employed tsgp ' the further sum of One Hundred Court of tho State of Oregon for bo held at the hour of 2 p. in. on
■and Twenty-five Dollars ($125.00) Lane County and that Tuesday, tho 22d day of November, A. D.,
est conservation has managed to keep
reasonable attorney’s fee; and for the 16th day of December, 1924, 1924, at the Hadley ville school
the lead In the neck-to-neck race with pany In Plymouth.
Those who aaw her after a repos* the Plaintiff’s costs and disburse- at the court room in said court in house in said road district, to de
the rapidly Increasing output of indus
ments of this suit; and that a
«mm County, Oregon, at termine whether said road district
trial products, according to a govern- of the committee of the Associated mortgage upon tho following de Eugene, Lane
10 o’clock in the forenoon, has shall levy a special tax of 5 mills
been by said Court fixed as the upon all tho taxable property in
Is made that Sweden has "on inex- mlttee might well have added “«»■
Beginning at a point 19.99 chains
said district for tho purpose of
tremely attractive” to its summary of j South of the Northwest corner of ; time and place of hearing objec-
hanstlble gold mine In her forests.”
tion thereto, if any, and for the providing funds for maintenance
This assurance I* regarded ns of qualities of the twenty-four-year^M i the Jacob Klinesmith Donation full and final settlement of the and construction on roads in the
great Importance to the nation, Since girl—"poise, outlook, a fine physiqu< Ijind Claim No. 76, thence ronoing [ said estate. Said order made und districts as follows: Two mills for
about 60 per cent of Its exports con excellent practical judgment end East 25.96 chains, thence South 9.63 ; entered of record tho 13th ■lay maintenance on the Hadloyvillo
road through tho district; ono and
chains, thence West 25.96 chains,1 of November, 1924.
sist of lumber, wood pulp, paper and great ambition.”
Mies Black, in discussing tho
thence North 9.63 chains to the
other forest products. In 1923, these
CARL H. ELLIOTT, Executor, one half mills general use on the
place of beginning containing Twen
ROSA E. ELLIOTT, Executrix, Torkelson road; one and one half
exports alone amounted to a value of mlttee'» choice, said;
of the estate of Isabella M. inills general uso on Weiitropo
about $188.000,000, and in the 13
"I want to study medicine and spe ty-fivo acres of land, more or less,
all in the Northwest (juartor of
months ended last June upward of cialize In children's diseases
Thai , Section 31, Township 20, South of
$19,000,000 of Swedish wood pulp was has been my ambition since I wee * Range Three West of Willamette H. J. HHINN, attorney
for the ostnlo.
shipped to paper mills tn the United Uttle girl of ten years in Michl***.” Meridian, in laine County, State
O E. CROWE,
I The committee has indicated th*| of Oregon,
The forests tn Sweden, which have the eiacatlea will be iuiiueounng a* to secure [>ayment of said amount
Deen drawn upon for commercial pur- a result of its findings and the
to be foreclosed; and that said
NOTIOB TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that
poses for st least 1,000 years, now firmation by the Harvard profeeeoM. property be ordered sold by the ths underiiignoil has Ix-en ap
Sheriff of I-ane County, Htute of pointed by the County Court of
cover about 52 per cent of the total
Estate of Charles Berggren, de
[Oregon, in accordance witli the Lane County, Oregon, adminis ceased.
land area of the country, and consist
♦ **> »***»♦♦♦**♦♦♦♦♦**»♦» provisions of law; that upon said trator of the outate of Willinm Notice is hereby given that Ber
principally of spruce and pine.
sale the proceeds thereof be applied
nice Berggren has been by the
on the amounts above referred to, H. Ijicky, Deceased, which Order County Court, of the Htato of Ore-
Breakfast In Church
and the overplus, if any, paid over bears date the 12th day of N ii - gem in mid for I .ano County, ap
aa tho Court may decree; and that venibor, 1924.
Swell* Sunday School
claims pointed administratrix of tho outate
by said decree upon said sole the
Plttriiurgh.—The excuse that
the estate of said Wil- of Churleu Berggren deceased. Ail
Defendants and each and nil of
. Larky, Deceased, are porsons having claims against tho
Friend Wife failed to arise in
them bo forever barred and fore lieu H.
required to estate of said deceased are hereby
time to prepare breakfast before
closed of any right, title or interest hereby notified and duly
verified, notified to present tho same, duly
Sunday school i* decidedly out
which they or any of them mny present the same
verified, to the said administratrix
of order for members of th*
have in said premises, save and at the law office of Herbert W. at her place of residence at Cot
i except only the statutory right of
Highland Men's Bible class ot
__ Cottage Grove, Oregon, tage Grove, Oregon, within six
redemption; and tot such other and building,
before six months from months from the first publication
further relief an prayed for in
this notice whuh will bo on
chureh. Breakfast was served
of the first publication of
Thursday tho 16th day of Ootober,
la ths chare* basement prior to
This Summons is published pur
ths opening of the claae meet
Dated and first published this
suant to an Order made by Hon 13th <lay of November, 1924.
ing hot ham and eggs being oa
Administratrix of tho es
' orable G. F. Skipworth, Circuit Hignid; CHARLES F. I.ACKY,
the mens. The l*novatlon at
tate of Charles B< rggrou,
Judge of levne County, State of
! Oregon, dated October 28, 1924, Herbert W. Lombard, Attorney
morning breakfasts are to b*
If. J. Shinn, Attorney
i directing that a summons be pub
nl3-*ll I(T) for
« late,o!6 n!3e
lished six sueesSsiv« end eonseeu
continued for late risers and a*
live weeks ia tho Cottage Grove
• meaas of eti male ring ftuaday
two bits by paying cash.
, Sentinel, Coftage Grove, Ixine Conn
What have Bookkeoping charge or 25c on all
ty, Oregon, being a newspaper of Sentinel each week.
rxr «ecountfl under $1. The Bentinel. if
general circulation, requiring you you to tell this vast throngf