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TOLEDO. LINCOLN COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. JULY 29th, 1921.
Simpson BUllo, one of the oldest
Indians on the Reservation, died at
nig home near here July 19th, 1921,
Sunday evening, returning to Toledo
aged 85 years He was a sub-chief of Mrs. Grant dled ,
2 ti 7 Ind'a3- 22, at Corvallls, after an illness of
He was selected a Urn leader of the 9eVeral monthlf ' me wag operated
S flr,ll"n;JhJ-veral weeks ago but faih to rally
from the operation. Mrs. Grant was
of July celebration at Newport. He j
consioerea u , great nonor ro oe a noble and d f
elected to lead his people in celebrat-1 mother and christ)an- she leaves
1ng our national holiday dressed In the t0 mourn her deatn her llusband .and
ancient costume of his people. He flve n. The body of the deceased
eaid to a number of his friends thati,. ,!, , kv.h n....,- . 7....
this would be the last dance he would
engage In on earth, but he hoped to
meet his friends In the "Happy Hunt
ing Ground" where the pleasure he en
Joyed here would go on forever. The
next dance that he would lead will be
In that far away country where there
would be no more sorrow nor dying
nor sickness, pain nor death. Noi
doubt his dieam will be realized at
least he believed it would be. In hia
Charles LaLhrop and wife of Port
land passed through here last week.
B. F. Grant accompanied his brother,
Sam, to eastern Oregon on his sad
Journey to Fossil.
Frank Allison was down the river
posting fire warning notices last week.
Clarence Davis and Fred Commons
went to Turn Turn to play ball Sun-
effort ..o make the dance a success, , ta:nms trOJ, here ,
te contracted a very bad co.d and l a i Deen oul on th Pc-ak blackberrvlng.
bad cough that finally caused his They a r rt returng
eaih ,Ho ,W! f Qmb,eT 1 the! Mra- B- P- Grant is .till in Corvallls
Methodist Kpi.tcopal Church and was , but improving new
greatly interested in the Bible story j wmi jj, Rnd jjuston
of the crca ion of man nd the g vlngG..aBt and tl)elr famllleg cll(rord M
of the law to Moses. He said Moses Uan.,Id wf and bab went tQ c
went upon a high mountain to talk' rMlt Sunday to a,tend the funera, of
with the Great Spirit and get the law. i tllelr aunt MrB San, Grant
That Is just H.e same with the Medl- W1 Randal, ftnd fami!
cine Men or Prophets. He goes upon ! through hero on the!r way to Drift
a high mountain and talks to he Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Randall resided
Creat Spirit and- gats the Ljw the , here several years ego.
very same as MosA did and the peo- ay harvest is nicely started now
pie believe him when ho tells themj,,nd lt ,he gocd weather wlll nold out
everyone will be graceful.
how he got the law. The ancient
Jewish people were much like the
Indians in their habits, customs and
mode of living. Simpson Billlo was
nonest and trutnrul and never had, Mrs. J. E. Crooks, and children re
aay trouble with the agent or anyone ' turned to Toledo Tuesday after a
else. He was never put in the guard , week's visit with her brothers, Nathan
house during his 64 years he lived as land Elmer Walklns
a ward of the Government. The fun- Mrs. J. W. Davenport and daughters
eral was amended by a large part of Rra and Alice, went to the Peak Sun'
the community. Rev. Walter Ross ' day for a few days outing Mrs Dav
Conducted the services and the Inter- enport also went on to Corvallls on
ment took place in the beantlfu! cem-' business.
etery Will overlooking the peaceful f Mrs. W. R. Moore made a flying trip
Siletz Valley. ! to Toledo Monday.
The cheese factory is running regu-l John Davenport assisted W R
lar every day in the week excepting i Moore with his hay the first of' the
Sunday, putting a fine quality of ; week.
cheese on the market. The farmers! Mrs. W. R. Moore and grandson
are nearly all patronizing the factory , Everette, Mr. and Mrs J K. Wheeler
and the quantity of milk increases i and little niece. Bffie Moore soent
right along. The milk is of good qual-; last week camping and picking ber-
ity and the daily amounl received la'rlos on the Peak'
from 25 to 26 hundred pounds. The; W. R. Moora cut hay for Richard
daily output of cheese is about 260 Davenport Monday
pounds. This indutry if kept going;- a number of Toledo people went
will bring Siletz to the front as a dairy jouting on Drift Creek last week
country. The feed 13 excellent thisi o .
year and the oats and other kind ofi IN ippcai
hay crops are being put up in finej ""rtAL
. condition. Some of the farmers will From the Pacific Coast Rescue and
have hay to sell this year. j Protective Society, to the Silent Work-
The logan berries that were put out! era of Oreaon:
a year ago are looking fine. Toe It Is needless for us to go Into de-! ht ,r. SLvEt . " , t ,S
Kearn and Williams field of fltf. tail and explain to you ,he problem of Lrado an lln&to Thev aU
1 " . " j r - ' i "vicu, uauics U11U CUUU-
eplendid growth. ten. The task is difficult at any time,
The auto travel to Siletz is lncreas- but a tremendous burden
ing every day. The road are In good This Is an appeal to you to remember
GRAND JURY IN SESSION
The Grand Jury was ailed together
Wednesday for the purpose of inves
tigating several cases which had been
referred to It. As yet no Indictments
nave been returned, although it is ex
pected that they wlll make their re
port today. Those comprising the
Grand Jury are: Chas. Overlander,
Harlan; 0. P. Lyons, Yaiulna; O. E.
Lewis, Ona; J. J. Derby, -Taft; and
H. S. Prosses, J. A. Maxwell and L. V.
Parsons of Newport.
PLAYS OF THE WEEK AT
THE MIDWAY, NEWPORT
For Friday and Saturday, July 2Mb
and 30th. we are showing Douglas
"THE MARK 0? ZORO"
Everyone who hr.s Er:n this picture
enthusiastically proclaims that as the
very best thing Fairbanks has ever
done, and that 13 saving a lot.
The slory ran In the "All Story Mag
azine" under the title of "The Curse
There is a "TORCHY" Comedy also.
On Sunday and Monday we offer
that wonderful hit
Nothing finer has been produced
than "Humerisque" as is testified by
the vast thrones who have witnessed
It. We are putting It on with special
music featuring the violin.
You will see a good comedv with It
SIGN YOUR NAME
We received a nice budget of Jazzy
news Items from Kernville this week,
which among other things tell of a
big masquerade ball to be given at
Kernvijle, August 6th. Unfortunately
the writer fal'.ed to sign his or her
name to them, so we were obliged to
consign them to the waste basket.
Come again and sign your name.
A very pleasant, day was spent Sun
day by former Toledo people at the
Carl Nelson home at Metzger, Oregon.
Those being present were Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Bye, and son, Marvin,
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Steinhoff and chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson, Mrs.
Ole Amundson and sons, George and
Alfred, and Mrs. Gertrude Mork.
All agreed It was much like ihe
good old Southslde picnics to be to
Mrs. Dameler and two daughters
from Lena, 111., are visiting Mrs.
Dameler s daughter. Mrs. Dennis
fiwaney of this place. Thev arrived
nere friday tlie 22nd, after a long
Suit. Ellen A. Armitage, Cleik. .... 3.00
Ethel Melssner vs. Frank Melsener: Lura W. Wilcox, Clerk 3.00
The regular August term of Circuit Suit. I W. D. Wheeler, Clerk 3.00
Court . will convene next Monday Grant Hlscox vs. Albert T. Goodrich; Pacific Precinct
morning, with Judge Coke of Marsh- Suit. A. E. Wilklns, Judge 3.00
field on the bench. The adjourned1 Gust Olson vs, W. T. Ball, et uv; ,Nlna Belt, Judge 3.00
term convenes today, with Judge G.
tf, tKlp worth of Eugene presiding.
the Grand Jury has been in session
Suit. .Florence Freeland, Clerk 3.00
Campbell, Smith and Cook, Inc., vs. C. Roper, Clerk 3.00
H. A. Graves. H. A. Graves and W. A. A. Ford, Clerk 3.00
since Wednesday, several matters of Graves, as Toledo Canning Co., and . John Buckley, Judge, mileage. 6.30
importance coming before ilhem, and I Philomath Canning Co; Action. ,W. H. Oaburn, Judge 3.00
. . . I-1 -1 . ,1, 1 .... m ... I . . j . . , 't.i 1 n. VLT n T T . 1 rtl . ...
rreu norning vs. r lacner-oiurey " namey, i-iem a.w
u. r. hlioemaker, Clerk 3.00
which will not be available for publi
cation until this evening.
Following Is the docket;
Willainina S'ate Br.nk vs. E. T. Ra
Walker Lebow vs. William Jorg
u W. U.u.ums vs. DeWitt C. Henry,
t al; Suit.
Lucy Gardner vs. Abe Logan, and
Louisa Logan; Action.
Julia A. Parker vs. Myra Gallagher;
Earnest H. Meier vs. Opal Hazel
G. H. Wilson vs. W. H. Price, et al,
John Pennock vs. Hattle A. Seidler,
et al; Suit.
Oregon Investment & Mortgage Co.
vs. Karl Gerber, et al; Suit.
I .iimlwr rn At al AMlnn.
Guy Roberts vs. Fischer-Storey W. G. Emery, Clerk 3.0
Lumber Co., et al; Action. North Toledo Precinct
United States Spruce Production Winnie Sherwood, Judge 3.00
Corporation vs. Rose Matthews, et al; Bora Klraes, Judge 3.00
Suit. Z. M. Derrick, Clerk 3.00
Guy "Roberts vs. Yaqulna Electric Ruth Nye, Clerk 3.00
Co., a corporation; Action. Addali Stanton. Cltrk 3 00
Sara Crahen vs. Ernst G. Ebere; I- H. Lowe .Judge 3.00
Suit. EHa Baird, Judge 3.00
M. S. Woodcock vs. Jessie F. Frey; ,Mary Miller Clerk 3.00
Suit. 'Hester Peterson, (Merle 3.00
Intertype Corporation vs. William Nellie Jackson. Clnrk 3.00
Matthews; Action. , South Toledo Precinct
Gcorgo Lewis vs. Southern "Pacific Robert Mann, Judge 3.00
Company; Action. Frank Parker, Judge 3.00
Ellen Weidman vs. George Relnochl; E. C. Paine, Clerk 3.00
Action. Edith McElwaln. Clerk 3.00
l.elia Baker vs. B. F. Jones, et ux; ('- E. Crosno, Clerk 3.00
Suit. W. E. Ball, Judge 3.00
iPnrflmiit & Want Pit Raiifra,i and Jane Ferr. Administratrix of t he f- Logan, .luilce 3.00
Navigation Co. vs. Sara Crahen etal-' Estate of Thomas Ferr, Deceased, va. Sophie Larson, Clerk 3.00
Suit. ' "'Edward Wade, G. R. Schcnck, and Florence E. Brown, Clerk 3.00
W. C Foster vs. R W. Nicholas H Rose M. Schenck, his wife; Suit. Myrtle Harding Clerk 3.00
aico Adjusting Bureau, a corpora-i nocn wrcu rrecinsi
(Ion, vs. Jesse L. Strawn; Action. : Charles L. Hyde. Judgo, mileage 10.00
La Vina Morris vs. Charles Norwlck; Henry Cerine, Judge 6.00
Suit. 'R- C. Bemrose, Clerk 6.00
James Watts vs. Laura Buacketer; Hoxie Simmons, Clerk 6.00
Action. S. L. Elliott, Clerk 6.00
Eugene Williams, vs. Estate of Rose Lodge Precinct
Annie Marie Matthews, William Mat- H. H. Gregory, Judge, mileage 1S.00
thews, et al; Suit. O. E. McMlllin, Judgo 6.00
Iva L. Hunt vs. W. G. Emery and w- L. Bloom, Clerk 6.00
wire, S. L. Chambers, Ray Chambers cl"s. Hart, Clerk 6.00
and wife, Archie Chamberfi, M. S. Ralph Winters. Clerk 6.00
Connor and wife. Matilda J. Plummor. I Siletz Precinct
i Unknown Heirs of Wni. Jefferles and James Franks, Judge, mileage 7.80
B. Nicholas, Trustee; Application to
Foreclose Tax Lien.
Anna Willoughby et al vs. Jessie
C. R. Evens vs. C. L. Dlven, et al;
The J. R. Watklns Company, a cor
poration, vs. John E. Crooks, A. T.
Peteraon, and Chas. A. Gardner; Ac
tion. Lulu Nye vs. A. J. Ray; Action.
Lulu Nye vs. Arthur Flnley; Action
Lulu Nye vs. John E. Holllday; Ac
David Herman vs. Agnes Curl; Ac- A Neppach; Suit. Johnny Williams, Judgo, booths 10.50
tlon. Lucinrta Randall, Executrix vs. An- moua8 H-'iR. t-'eric H.00
Lincoln County, Oregon, vs. A. p. I drew Story, et al; Suit. Emma A. Collins, Clerk 6.00
Wagner and Rosle Wagner; Action. I c- E. Crater, vs. Samuel Bauiiian Andy Goodoll, Clerk 6.00
Marie Holland Estate By B. F. Jones !and Esther Bauman, his wife; Action, i South Beach Precinct
Admlnitra"OT va. Lexington Realty' T- E Hines vs. V. E. Earnest; Ac-!Johl Moore, Judgo 6.00
Co - Suit itlon- Jos' T- Ewing, Jiulpe, mileage S.80
Martha A. Roberts, et al vs. James! ,ra p. Powers, Trustee vs. Beaver Samuel H. Smith, Clerk 6.00
F Huntsucker, et al; Suit. Lake Club, a corporation; Suit. .Lucy A. Ewing, Clerk 6.00
D. S. Conrad vs. Warren Ash worth; ' E1;lla My Hershey vs. Homer H.,Nulll L'nn' -'lerk 6-00
Action Hershey; Suit. Tidewater' Precinct
In tlie Matter of the Estate of John I "'-nces G. Davis vs. Myra Gallagher N. Pulse, Judge mileage . .. 14.00
Bain. Deceased; Petition to Eatab- Rlnebarger and William Rinebarger; jt. E Hammond, Judge 6.00
ll.-,h Htirht tn R.phontri Wnnori. Suit. ;Alvuh B. Hammond. Clerk 6.00
David S. Conrad vs. Edna Ashworth1 Elma Marvin vs. Arthur E. Marvin; .Eva, Smallwood, Clerk
condition and the fishing in Siletz
river and its tributaries is good. We
Itave a good many tourist care coming
to Siletz and a good many people are
Jooking for land to make permanent
W. H. Daniels, of Colville. Washing
the girls and the babies during this
coming season, and put up a little ex
tra fruit, with or without sugar, for
shipment to the Louise Home, and the
Aioertlna Kerr Nursery Home, where
we are caring for abandoned mothers
and babies. We assure you that what-
ton, is now on a visit with his son, I ever you can do in their behalf will
Jesse, and will, remain for several
days he it pleased with this country.
This country Is what the people will
irjjike It. Nature has made it one of
the best coast counties and the enter
prise and push of the people will do
be greatly appreciated. We would
suggest that you form, a club In your
lown and snip a barrel or canned fruit
or canned vegetables. Fruits, vege
tables, potatoes and eggs are needed
we use 14 dozen egga a week for the
babies alone. We will gladly turnltr:
as many glass Jars as you desire, and
prepay all freight charges.
For shipping instructions address
i all correspondence 'to Gen. Supt. W.
Mrs. Luderman of Newport passed
through South Beach, Saturday on herlG. MacLaren, 195, Burnslde Street.
way iu waiupon 10 visit ner aaugnter.
Dr. ftalr wan In KkiiMi ttnafh SatiiK
day for a Bhort time. OBITUARY
Sydney Pruner of West Yaqulna was
visiting his grand parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Felton, Sunday forenoon.
Mrs. Wm. Mwthews of Newport
James, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jaa.
Willis of Dalks Oregon, was born
May 16, 1908 at West Yaqulna. Lin-
went through here Saturday on her'0?1" Countv' Oregon. It was at this
.... - .nlana thai lin Yin.. Ul ..i ,
way nome rrom Yachats. vc,. u..-SnU u-.a cumuuuu m
F. L. Moore went out to Toledo on r"B puoilc Bcno01 a"enulns tor tour
F. L. Moore's have closed their res
taurant. John Moore went to Newport Mon
Mr. Harlan returned to South Beach
tobacco makes 50
flood cigarettes for
years. When the family removed to
Dallas he entered the schools there
attending for two and a half years.
On September 1st, 1918 he became a
member of the Methodist Sunday
School in Dallas, and later united with
the Church. He was ever a loving son
anj brother, truthful and obedient at
A few weeks' ago while picking
cherries the limb on which he was
standing gave way and he fell a dis
tance of about 15 feet sustaining a
compound fracture of his loft arm. A
few days ago he was stricken with
lock-jaw and on Friday night, July 15,
at 12 o'clock, tho Heavenly Father,
who knoweth what Is best, called him
He leaves to mourn his loss a loving
father and mother, two brothers, six
sisters and other relatives and friends.
He was 13 years, 2 months, old at his
death. Funeral services were held in
the Methodist Church of Dallas, Mon
day the 18th, Rev. Frank James, pas
tor, officiating. Interment was in the
Odd Fellows Cemetery.
"Dear little son and brother, thou
hast left U3. We thy loss most deeply
foel: But "t Is God that has bereft us,
He can all our sorrows feel."
CARD OF THANKS
agreed that for pleasure and sights the
trip from Portland to NewDort sur
passed anything they experienced on
the entire trip. How is that for an
Mrs. Luclle Allgood of San DieKo,
California, is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Mr. Parker's brother from the Val
ley, drove down for a few days visit.
Miss Verne Rosa of Toledo has been
engaged to teach the school ror the
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kelso and Mr.
Miller left ror the Valley tor a visit
in tnelr machine, the Hrst or the
AT THE MOVIES
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Joe
Martin, the monkey with the college
education in the hilarious 2-reel jag
comedy, "A Prohibition Monkey,"
also the beautiful Clara Kimball
Young in the drama, "Cheating Cheat
ers" 35c and 15c.
SUNDAY-MONDAY, Blanche Sweet
in the comedy-tframa, "Help Wanted
Male" also Ford Weekly. 30c.' 10c.
AUTO RAMS HOUSE
Edward Dahl went over the grade
near the Al Waugh place Monday
evening with his Butck Six, and ram
med Into the 3lde or Mr. Waueh's
house, lnriicting some damage to Mie
house and bending an axle and smash
ing one or the fenders on tho car.
lt seems that Dahl, accompanied by
Vernon Johnston, was driving out the
Corvallls road when he met another
car on the turn. He swung , out to
avoid a collision and skidded off the
read and down over the embankment
for about thirty feet. Fortunately the
car did not turn over, and no one was
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Dspartment cf the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Portland, Ore.,
July 20th, 1921.
NOTICE is hereby given that Mar
lon F. Wagner, of Chltwood, Lincoln
County, Oregon, who, on August 10th,
1918, made Homestead Entry, No.
06126, for S SW and SM- SEVi.
bectlon 2d, Township 10 S., Range 10
W., Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice or Intention to make Three
Year Proor, to establish claim to tlie
land above described, before the Clerk
of the County Court for Lincoln Coun
. . . 6.00
Ethel Thlssell, Clerk 6.00
F. I. Powell vs. C. E. Powell and' Turn Turn Precinct
Chealey Lumber Co., a corporation: iw- A. Jones, Judr.u. mlleago 11.80
' J. I. Sharp and F. B. King, as Shnrp Lllla M. Downing, Clerk 6.00
rjand King vs. Siletz Valley Lumber Ed Hoefs, Clerk 6.00
R. Stockdale, JuUga
Clarence Roscoe, Clerk
C);u-j. Eagleson vs. Nashville Cream
ery Association; Action.
Standard Oil Co., vs. Soren Dahl;
Lincoln Countv. Oreirnn -va. Marv
Willianu and I). H. Williams ; Action. 'i'rauun, acuuii. : M""-
H. L. Masters vs. Jesse L. Strawn; c- VV Inters vs. Oceanslde In-! ,Tacn,atf Krec ?ct
A,-tinn vestment Co.. James Thorn. J. H. R- McMlllen, Judge, mileage
Louiia O'.sson vs. Oscar Olsson; I nnd H. A. Hostetler; Suit. !ft8rH5"'T,; J,Y,dBf
Divorce 'stu'B La'" Hoard vs. Donald W.jV. p- Mitchell, Clerk 6.00
J. O.' Richmond and Ida J. Rich-I M!lea- Biiardian of the person and A. R. Carpenter, Clerk 6.00
mond, his wife vs W E Simpson,' estate of Charlotte Thomas, an Insane ,Lydia Smith, Clerk 6.00
Sheriff of Lincoln County, Oregon, Person; Suit. Yaqulna Precinct
and Betty Nally Suit ! Olive Squires vs. H. G. Rhoades; Ac-' c,lfts- Hassman, Judge 6.00
J. Bradburv va I.lnrnln r-mmtv , tlon. , H. A. Miller, juuge, mileage.
'I Annie Vhlte V3. Lester A. White; Ellen Hassman, Clerk 6.00
Action (Tax Foreclosure)
A. Benson vs. Siletz Valley Lumber
Company, a corporation; Action.
United States Spruce Production
W. E. Peterson, et al, vs. Toledo isu- "T'n C K VV
Canning Co Action Lincoln County Bank, a corporation H- H- Saxton, Clerk 6.00
Ellen Weidman vs. Daniel A. Rein- V8 Albert May and CoU"ibia Dairy' Devil'. Lake Precinct
ohel and George A. Relnoh.l; Ac'.ion. I Prodl" Company; Action. H. T. Curl Judge mileage .... 16.60
W. C. Foster vs. Ida A. Welch, et al J- rt' '"axwe" vs- "y or-jewport, iw
AfHr,- it., p.i,,0i a municipal comoratlon and Cecil Em. b- Murray, Clerk 6.00
ery. City Marshal of the Cltv of New- O- H. Church, Clerk 6.00
port, Lincoln County, Oregon; Suit, i Frank Munn. Clerk 6.00
M. V. Parmer vs. The Citv of New-! Viewers -were appointed to survey.
Cornoration. vs The Santa fe Pacific , Porl' Oregon, a municipal corporation locate State Highway rrom Tole
Rallroad Co.; Suit. t -Action. do to Benton County Line
United States Spruce Production I'Mlomath State Bank, a corpora- rrud !ndLtlttr ,InJj refu't, "'in
corporation, vs. Edward B. Perrlu ; I t,0n ? w- A- al; Suit. !cla W,!40.00 Ral Bond Wtion.
Sult William Benson vs. SHetz Valley j E- J- Catlett being lowest bidder,
nAi.oj o... el tj Lumber Co.. a cornoration: r.Rnrirnlwus awarded Contract for a Com-
Corporation vs. Hiram M. Hamilton ; Lr-rsen and Isabella Larsen. his wife; Ptoted Grade on Turn Turn and Haj
Artlon and T. J. Lnrsen; Suit. , Inn Market Road rrom Station No.
ii,a q... o Tj.j.,.. L. U. Casteel vs. G H. McCluskev. 58 plus 00 to Station L 65 plus 40
Corporation vs. Celia Bullus; William : Administrator or the Estu-e of James and from. Station L 67 plus 35 to Sta
firant et al- Suit : Huiitsucker, Deceased, et al; Suit. tl)n l 92 Plu Bid being $.'140.00.
u ran i, ei ai, suit. . , ,... i ..i,q n,.it nt m,ia f,i rlnrln7
, ty. Oregon, at Toledo, Oregon, on the
'We wish to express our thanks for : aOth day of August, 1921
the kindness and sympathy shown us
during the death of Alexander Bentley
and the beautiful flowers contributed,
Mrs. Alexander Bentley
Mrs. Mary Bentley York
g,v)V; v and Family.
Claimant names as witnesses:
D. L. Peteraon of Toledo, Oregon.
Fred Chambers, of Toledo, Oregon.
A. T. Goodrich, of Chltwood, Oregon
W. N. Cook, of Chltwood, Oregon.
J. C. Morris vs. Abert J. Ray, et al;
United States Spruce Production
Cornoration vs. Henry E. Dore, et al;
United States Spruce Production , ACUOn
Corporation vs. W. II. Adams, et al;
John R. Miller vs. Northwestern
Trust Co.; Action.
D. A. Reinoehl vs. Mrs. J. W. Weld-
man, et al; Action.
Geo. H. Wilcox vs. H. O. Meltamore
and wife; Action.
United States Spruce Production
Corporation vs. L. Beno; Suit.
United States Spruce Production
Corporation vs. O. R. Altree, et al;
J. L. RIckman and L. C. Smith vs.
Thomas nuchnnnn; Action.
J. L. I'.lcknmn and L. C. Smith vs.
Danial O'Connor; Action.
W. C. Foster vs. J. K. Weatherford ;
Kara Crahen vs. H. W. Morris;
Stato of Oregon vs. C. M. Drake;
United States Spruce Production
Corporation vs. Sophia Buhrer; Wil
lii.Tn Grant, et al; Suit.
United Statep Spruce Production
S. J. Kanunsky vs. P. D. Healv:
Tom R. Pollock vs. G. N. Barclay;
velyn Miller vs. Martin Byerly;
SYNOPSIS SPECIAL JUNE
TERM OF COUNTY COURT
(Continued From Last Week)
F. W. Gerttula, Judge .
Abe Abnims, Judge
Bruno Uydzeskl, Clerk .
L. Wolfe, Clerk, miluage
Miko Sijota. Clerk 6.00
Little Elk Precinct
L. L. McBride, Judge 6.00
W. J. Cline, Judge 6.00
Helen B. Sparks, Clerk 6.00
S. T. Ixmdon, Clerk, mileage,
and 'rent 12.10
Thos. E. Weltin. Clerk 6.00
Frel Wagner, Juilgn, mileage
J. B. White. Judge
Mildred L. Edwards, Clerk ..
R. N. Nash, Clerk
L. F. Wilson, Clerk
Alvln A. Voight, Judge, mileage
In the matter of Bids for Clearing
and grubbing right of way on Turn
Turn and Nashville Market Road
Continued. A. B. Hunt, claim for damages
continued. Geo. Sterling, counly charge credit
Increased from $8.00 to $10.00 per
6. T. Loudon, claim for damages
Continued. Marlon Hunt, claim tor damages
Continued. Resolution or. Columbia Counts'
(Cont. on Pago Two)
Grover C. Voight, Juilgo
Corporation vs. Robert B. Elder, et al I W- A. McCulla, Clerk
Suit. Vlaiii:he II. Finnerty, Clerk
United States Spruce Production 'Sophia M. Copeluud, Clerk
Corporation vs. Unknown Helru or
Henry Kitierman, Deceased; Suit.
Oscar Hoover vs. Albert May, et al;
United States Spruce Production
Corporation vs. Tho Unknown Heirs
of J. C. I;aarg, ct al; Suit.
Goo. T. Smith vs. Charles Connors;
State Industrial Accident Commis
sion vs. Oliver R. Altree; Action.
John Pugel vs. J. L. Cordoll, et. al;
Frances Sigler, vs. George Slgler;
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