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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1002
Notice Is hereby given that the reg
istration books of the CUy ot Astoria,
for the election to be held tn thli city
OS Wednesday, December 10, 1902, 'will
It opened at vhe auditor's office on
Saturday, Norenvber 1st, and will close
on Thursday, December I. 1902, at p.
in., and all jerswi must register tn
order to be entitled to vote.
H. E. NELSON,
Auditor and Folio Judge.
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NOTICE FOR TOBLIOATION.
United Stales Land Office, Oregon
City, Oregon, October 15, 1902.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of congress of June S, I8T8, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands
In the states ot California, Oregon.
Nevada and Washington Territory,'
,aa extended to all the public land
states by act of August 4, 189!,
ROBERT M. FRY
of Seaside, county of Clatsop, state ot
Oregon, ha this day filed In this of
fice his sworn statement No. 5930, for
the purchase of the SE of SE4 sec
tion SS Wtt of SW and SE4 of SW14
of section No. Si in township No. 5
north, range No. west, and will offer
proof to show that the land sought
is more valuable for tts timber or
stone than for agricultural pumosea,
and to establish his claim to said land
before Hie register and receiver of
this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on
tbe 6th day ot January, 1901
fW names as witnesses: William
Luce, Andrew B. Kitter, Lester M.
Leland and EdWRinl J. Elliott, all of
Any and all persona claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to file their claims tn this
office on or before said th day of Jan
uary, 190$, .,
3j . . CHAS. B. MOORES,
Y it. i i -
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, Oregon
City, Oregon, October 13, 1902.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the met
of congress of June 3, 1878, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands
in the states of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory,"
a extended to all the public land
states by act of August 4, 1S92,
. SIMON KASPAR,
of Mayger, countyof Columbia, state
ot Oregon, has this day filed In this
office his sworn statement No. 5923,
for Ihe purchase of the Etf of NE4
section 83 and NW of NWK section
34. and SW14 of SW?i of section No.
27 in township No. north", range No.
9 west, and will offer proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable
for Its timber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before the register
and receiver of thla office at Oregon
City. Oregon, on Friday, the 2d day of
He namas us .fitnesses: ' Frank Er
anson, of Astoria Ore.; Axel Stocken
berg, of Mayger. Ore.; wmiam Lee,
of Rainier, Ore.; Ole Christiansen, ot
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to file their claims in this
office on or before said 2d day of Jan
CHAS. B. MOORE8,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, administrator of the estate
of Esther Brown, deceased, baa filed
in the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Clatsop County, his final
account as administrator, and the same
has been set for bearing before said
court at the conty court rooms there
of in the City of Astoria, Clatsop
County, Monday, the 17th day of No
vember, 1902, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. m. All persons interested therein
are hereby notified to appear and show
cause. If any, why eald account should
not be allowed, and said estate set
tled and the administrator discharged.
October 13, 1902.
C. S. BROWN,
Administrator of the estate of Esther
Robt. A. Hiller
ATTORNEY AT LAW '
Ef-Regtoter U. S. Land Office.
Land Titles and Land Office Business
Timber Lands bought and sold. Maps
made. Correspondence solicited.
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N0T1CB FOR PUBLICATION.
United Stale lnd Oltlrs, Oregon
City, Oregon, September S3, lm.
Notles Is hereby givsn that In com
plluncv with tits provisions of the ai.'t
of Coiwree of June I, lH7i, ntitled
"An act fur the sale of llniher lands In
the slntes of California, Oregon, Ns
vaila and Washington Territory," as
extviuled to nil the t'ulillu Land Htule
by net of AuKuat 4, 18m,
JoSKI'tl It. W. ADAMS,
of Klele V, t couniy of Clnteop, slat
of Oregon, has this day riled In this
office hie sworn statement No. iM,
for the purchase of th BW i of N10
U of ewtlon ft. In township No. 4,
North Hmiitrt No, X, Went, and will of
fer nioof to ehow thnt the land Nought
U moi-e valuahla for Its timber or
etotm tlmn for ngrlculturnl purpoees,
nnd to mttttillNh hie clnlm to enlil land
boforn the ununty clerk of Clnteop
roimly, t Aetorln, Oregon, on MoiulBy,
the tilt dy of Iiecember, 1W2,
tie mime ns wlineMee:
J. It, Wherry of Hlxle V. O., Clalelip
IVrcv AHn of Wlele r. O., Clatsop
Strihnn Abrshemeon of Klein p, o
CltttKon couniy, Oregon,
Wttltrr lloltotn of Jewell P ft rut.
sop county, Oregon.
Any nnd nil perwns rlnlming ad
versnlv the abuveitnstrltu.4 lan.U .
requested to file their claims In this of
fice on or before said Ith day ot H
CHAS, a MOOKBH,
NOTICE FOR PUIIUCATION.
United Hlale Land Office, Oregon
ny, "it son. DepieuiDer SI, IVQ2.
Notice I hereby riven thai In ...-
pllanc with th nrovielon ut thm
of Cungrea of June J. img, entitled
"An net for the ante of limber lands In
the tntie if Piillfnrnlii nMH,.H kj-
vmlii and Washington Territory'.' a
extrnibul m all the Public Land Btatc
by nrt uf Auxuet 4, 1W3,
ANNA DA LIST.
of Oliu-y. county of t'lntsop, stale ot
Oregon. Im Ihle day Pled In this offlc
her eworn etstenmiil N,i h'mt tn it,
purchase of the NW M of ec'tlon No.
19. In townehlp No, I N, range No. I W
ailit will ofTpr iinmt In h,,i ik.i
land eought la more valuabte fur It
iitnoer or stone man ror agricultural
ourtMiece. ami In eiinbllah h. ri.un
to mi i.l land twfor the Itcgister and
KiHflvcf ol till ollio at Oregon I ItvOr
gon, An Hnturday, the 13th day ot
crmlH-r, IMt . , v
Hhe nnine a witnesses:
tieorge MvFarland of Olney, Oregonr
MU hael txnhey of Oluey, Oregon;
James Lenhey of Olney, Oregon;
Michael lnvcreux of Olney, Oregon,
Any and all persons riaimlng d-vers-jly
the above-descrlbed lands are
requeeted to niethflr claim In this of
flee on or lfor said 13(h day of De
CHAB. B. MOOnBS,
NOTICE POT rUIILU'ATlON.
United Htiits Land Office. Oregon
flty. Oreon, Bepteniber ti. 10I.
Notice la hereby clven that In com-
I'llatice Willi the provieloiw of the act
of t'ongree of Juno 1 enlltlnl
"An act for the sate of timber land In
th i(itwi of California, Oregon. Ne
vailu and Washington Terrllory," a
exiemletl to nil the 1'uMlc Land State
by Met of AllKlINt 4, 1 '.'.
Cluiek-xnle, rounry of luiubla.
Slate of Oregon, ha (hie day llled In
hie oiTl.e hie sworn statement No.
r,WH for the nun hne of the NT'S ef
m ( lion No. U, In township n.i. 7 north!
ritwe Nu. 1 weet. ni'l will ftr prKir
to ehoiv that the land sought Is rrore
valuable for It timber or eione than'
for iiitili ii'lutul piiriHieis, and io
tald rh bin claim to eald land before
l,e ri'glhter and receiver Of trite of
fice nt Oregon city, Oregon, on Friday.
the KMh day of Oeoemhrr, IMS.
11 nnuie- ne wllneoee: Thomne I.
Ilblw.ll. Charles vion, Frank IHil-
well. Charles Hall, nil of Astoria, Ore.
Any anil all persons "Inlinlng nd-
vecn-lv the above deechllvd lamls ore
riueeted tn Pl their claims with the
regieter anil rece'ver of this oftVe on
or b-fore the said 1"th tiny of IVeem-
ber. W3. CHAS. It. M KIRKS.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WITH-
HHAW INHlJItANCE DEPOHIT. lit
THE lMI'EIIIAL IN8UKANCE.
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN
In accnrJunre with the requirements.
of the law of. the State of Oregon,,
relative to Insurance companies, nolle
I hereby given that the Imperial In
surance Company, Limited, of London,
England, di siring to ccuse doing Dul
lness within th Stat of Oregon, In
tend to withdraw It deposit with th
treasurer of laid stat and will, If no.
claim ngnlnfct said company shall be
filed with the Ineumnc Commissioner
within six months from the second day
of September, !9o3, the same being th
date of the first publication uf this ne
tlre, withdraw Its deposit from the
IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO., LTD..
By WM. J. LANDERS. Manager.
Dated at San Francisco this 1st day
of September, 1KI.
By virtu ofan execution and order
of sale Issued out of the circuit court.
of the Mate of Oregon, for the county.
of Clatsop, on the 14th day or Septem
ber, 1902, upon a judgment and deer
rendered therein on the 18th day of.
September, 1902, In favor of T. T. Mor
gan, plaintiff, and against Henry A.
Young, defendant, for the sum of
IK5.4B, and the costs and disbursement
of tills suit taxed at 316.24, and th
costs of and upon this writ command
ing and requiring m to make sale of
the following described real property,
Ixtts 11 and 11 In Mock of Merrl
wether Down Addition to Astoria.
Clatsop county, tate of Oregon, and
lot 11 In block t of First Addition to
Oearhart Park, county of Clatsop, stat
Notlr Is hereby glvn that I will
on Monday, the 3rd day of November,
1902, at the hour of ten o'clock In th
forenoon of said day, In front of and
at the courthouse door, In the city of
Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, sell
at public auction to th highest bidder ,
for cash the abov described real prop ,
erty to satisfy trie judgment and de
cree, Interest, cost and all accruing '
Sheriff of Clatsop County, Or.
Astoria, Oregon, Sept 21th, 1902,