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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1914)
Died at Advanced Age
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
a large sheal of narcissus tied with
streamers of rnaline
At the conclusion of the ceremony j
The following clipping from an
the assembled friends showered con
Eastern paper is published tit the gratulations upon the happy couple,
PltfCH HYTEKIAN C H U K C H .
request of Mrs. J. P. Goodman. after which delicious tefreshments
.Services .Suuday ut 11 a. m and
The deceased lady waa her aister, were served. The bride and groom
7 :30 p. id .
and Mrs. Goodman’s many old then went to their new home, just
All kinds in bulk and in packages. The best
Suuday School at 1U a. m.
onionsets 10 cents a pound.
friends here will be interested in
Frank H. Adams, Pastor
Only the very intimate friends ol
reading what is said.
Mangel, Wurtzels etc.
ERNST— D ied, at 11:30 p. m. Norris Jensen being the ouly one
M. E. Church
Saturday, Feb. 14, 1914, at the fam - from out of town
Sunday school at to a. m
Clover, Timothy, Alside, Alfalfa, Rye Gfass
Many elegant gifts of cut glass,
and all others.
dy residence, two uiilea north of
Preaching at 11 a m.aud 7:30 p.m I
china and silverware were received.
A r e tested in a perfectly outfitted seed testing labora
Prayer meeting Thursdays at I
j Earm iDgdale, following a lingering
The bride is one of the most pop
tory. They stand the severest tests for purity and
illness, Sarah Jane Ernst, aged 83 ular and talented young ladies of 130 p m. C H. B r y a n , Pastor
S o lu b fe S u lp h u r C o m p o u n d
I"or Fruit 1 rees
W e can supply you with
this city. The groom has not re
Christian Science Society
(Takes the place o f lime and sulphur solution)
The funeral services will be held sided here long but has already
Corner Third anil Hall streets.
at 11 o ’cljok tomorrow morning ut made many warm triends
Services ut l i a m. next Sunday
the residence. Rev. W. C. Shader of
subject b-ssoii sermon, ‘ Malti r"
M . W . A . E n terta in
Sunday School 10 a. in
Pleasant Plains officiating Inter
Wednesday evi ning m e*ing 8:00
ment will be made in Fat mingdale
A large number of Royal Neigh
bors and invited guests gathered at
M. L Church South
Mrs. FruBt died on her birthday the M. VV. A. hall on Front Street
Sunday school at to. a. m.
anniveisary. She was born in Ken last Saturday evening and were
Preaching Sunday 11 a. 111. and
tucky Feb. 14, 1831, moving to this royally entertained by the Modern 7=3?
Woodmen with an old time basket
any such manner has not been ex state with her family when a child. social
Parlor games, recitations j Kpwoith League at 6 45 p tu
Topic next Sunday; ‘ A Prisoner
plained. If the money was not She married James Short of Sanga and musical numbers were the order
Mr. S'ort of the hour and were enjoyed by all. |
PUBLISHED EV E R Y TUESDAY actually paid to the county in liquid mon county in 1852
G r o c e r ie s , F lou r, F e e d , U p -t o -d a t e B o o ts a n d S h o e s
ation ot the taxes, it is hard to see
The best of order and decorum pre-; Prayer meeting Wed. 7:30 a m.
Entered as second class matter May why the penalties should not be en died in 1856. To this uuion two vailed.
Choir practice Thurs. 7:30 a. in,
Skeel’s O ld Stand
W est End Front Street
8 , 1905. -at ttte post office at Coquille, forced, as they would be against daughters were boin.
A. T h om as , Pastor.
embracing a wide variely ol design
Oregjn, under act of Congress of March
were brought by the fair guests.
Oregon Company certainly has no latter dying March 21, 1898.
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL.
Neighbor W A. Darling acted
P. C. LEVAR, Lessee.
favors coming from Coos county.
Services first aud third Sundays
When quite young Mrs. Ernst as auctioneer and as the baskets
Devoted to the material and social
joined the Methodist ebureh. She were disposed of one by one the o f each month.
bidding waxed fast and furious— every Sunday at 10 a. m.
upbuilding o f the Coquille Valley par
resided in the home where she died
D o e s n ’ t L ik e T a x L a w
ticularly and o f Coos County generally.
one young man being separated
Y g j are hrartlly w il<n at •.
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance
continuously fur sixty years prior to from $9 50 before being allowed to
! E 1 1tor C >q uiho H r Id:
her death. Decedent is survived secure the basket of his choice
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Phone Main 354.
IHs possible tb it there are others by three sons—J. A. Ernst, Bates, Prizes for the prettiest baskets, era
Bible school at 10 a m.
Dries dust-free in four hours.
Hard in 16 to 20 hours.
btsice iryM'lf who would like to III.; Rev. A F. Ernst, Grand Island, blematic of ihe order, were given.
SIGNS OK COAST ROAI)
Christian Endeavor nt 6:30 p. in.
Will not scratch, white or mar in the slignest degree
Prayer meeting at 7:30 p.m each
and is impervious to water.
1 5 id adapted ior use on
Why is the Southern Pacific in know to w hour we are indebted for Neb , and W. E Ernst, Farming- blematic pillow top, was awarded
linoleum, and oil clotii as wood Moors.
such a hurry to complete the road our new t \ | axing law. The in dale; five daughters— Mrs. S R. to Miss Vera Kelley, while the sec- Wf dnesd
„ . j
1 Pleaching at 11:00 ». in. arid 7 30.
from Eugene to Coos Bay? All ac closed letter from tire office of the Harrison, Winfield, Iowa; Miss Wil- ond prize, a Modern Woodmen pen- ; . in.
counts agree that the work on the Secretary of Statu lells the story. lia Short, at home; Mrs W. R. Mor nant was awarded to Mis. W. A. j You are c >r •i tllv
Willamette Pacific will be really These men hnvp proved their capaci ris, Pleasant Plains; Miss Jtnuie Darling
\ tbet-e servici s
rushed this year; that thousands of ty, or rath-r t.on capacity, as law Ernst, at home, and .Mrs. W. H. sold Neighbor Thomas returned j
McDonald, Miniac .
men will be employed, and that the makeisf?). It will be a good plan Eekol, Custer, III. Mrs. Ernst is thanks for the food alter which all
r ad will be completed as soon as is when they l>ob up r,gaiu to put on also survived by two brothers—O. lound their partners and proceeded
practically possible So far as the the lid. What III« rest of Ibe legis
The meetings ot th° Apostolic
to enjoy themselves to their capac
layman can understand, there is no
ity. After supper the games were Faith Mis-iio I, v r Voders ii ' m Se •-
great cause for such a rush appear lators were doing whan th bill came Ross, Heywortb, III.; one sister,
continued until midnight when they I 1 on d H d cl Scurii a; a ts î > i w a :
Mrs. Maiy E. Goodmau, Coquille, were dispersed by Officer Plyler, JTuea'Iiiy, Thurqdqy and S>t«ir!<v
ing on the surface. The project of
a road to Coos Bay has been allowed knows. I imagine that they must Ore., and seven grandchildren and who took exception to their singing i D>gh:s al
at H o’ d
a 1 Su.id v
to sozzle along for quite a number
uu\l S i
bave been sleeping, caused from two great-grandchildren.
and who upheld the strong arm ol morning at 11 ocL
of years by the S P., without
any serious attempl to really lack of thinking. Ail the old tax
broke up and repaired to their
O p e n C o n fe s s io n
get in and build it, until last year. paying law needed was the repeal
homes, acclaiming the entertain
if your power is electricity supplied by the
The theory that the sudden activ of the three per cent rebate. This
ment an unqualfied success and
(Continued (u rn fi.at page)
ity when the Willamette Pacific celebraied committee was all Re
Two of the editorial brethien of vowing to meet again at the next
wife for the first time since their
was actually started was caused by
this part of Oregon have just made event which will be held in the not
Electric motors cost less per unit o f energy
marriage eighteen y.-ars ago
the fear that some other road would
open confession to being stung. If far distent future,
R A E aston .
build first to the best harbor on the
and require but a fration o f the space requir
may be a delicate suggestion, but
we would all Eje equally frank we
Oregon coast had much to recom
the people who have seen the Vice
ed by other units.
E p w o r t h L e a g u e S o c ia l
could hold quite an experience
mend it; but we have looked in vain
President’s bea u ti'u ! i::d charming
Maintainance and up-keep on motors are
for tangible evidence that such a
meeting. The editor of the Harbor
February 19, 1914
Last Saturday evening the Ep wife can easily understand how it,j
fear, if it existed, was well ground
tells of being caught by John Man
ed. It would seem that if auy of ] Mr. R Easton,
ning’s fake “ road article,” which worth League of the Methodist would be a pleasure to carry out j
With Central Station electric service your
the great railroad systems had their
was really a boost for John Manning South church were entertained at Mr. Marshall’s practice of avoiding
plans made for such an invasion ol Dear Sir:
business can enlarge indefitely— adding motors
for governor, but says he won’ t do the home of Miss Naomi Knovvlton. divorce with such an incentive. |
S P. territory the fact would have;
Responding lo yours of the 17th it again. The editor of the Port The monthly business meeting was Hiwever even the Vice President
as needed. This company is always ready to
been shown by this time in some wherein vou request the names of Orford Tribune owns up to being first held, the remainder of the time
serve your power requirements.
way that would make it beyond dis 1 those who introduced the new Tax grafted out of a few dollars by one being spent iu social intercourse.
pute. But nothing of the kind has J Law in the House of Representa Wm. Guernsey,who passed through Delicious refreshments were served of some of the other distinguished
Central station service is elastic. It is adapt-
There were about men of the nation— no names,
occurred. No one seems able to ] tives in the last Legislative Assent this section in the guise of a famous by the hostess.
to every power need, great or small.
state as a positive fact that auy rail-; bly, respectfully have to advise that writer. In this connection, the ed twenty young people present and please! this being another case ol
road but the Southern Pacific ever II. B. 414 to amend Sections 3552, itor of this paper had a unique ex all thoroughly enjoyed the evening.
where correspondent Jones has said
heard of Coos Bay.
etc,. Lord’s Oiegon Laws, relating perience last week. He advanced
how much Central Station service will save you.
Why, then, is the S. P. pushing to the assessment aud equalization the price-of a night’s lodging and
construction on a road to which, of property for taxation, the levy, meals to a young man who said he
SENATE FAVORABLE TO SUFFRAGE
until last year, so little attention apportionment and collection of tax was a printer and would come in
(Continued from first page)
A number of test votes have been
es, and the duties of assessors, the morning and do some composi already after a use of less than a
taken in the Senate regarding wom
There is one theory that might boards of equalization,county courts, tion. He showed up in the morn
account for this, and that is that tax collectors and sheriffs, was in ing and worked faithfully all the year, but this was ou the condemned an suffrage. While it has not been
portions before referred to, while I
the time has come when the road so troduced by the committee on fornoon
inspected other portions that have ascertained that that body contains
long talked of, the coast road to Assessment and Taxation of that
been in use nearly a year and irom the two-thirds majority necessary
J T Coliver et tix to Iona M Jennings
San Francisco, is to be built. As is body. The personnel of this com
M a r r ia g e L ic e n s e s Issu e d
close inspection, seem to be just to commit it to the proposition to war deed lot 5 A s 15 fl of lot Ii, blk 47,
well known, this road was surveyed mittee was as follows: Representa
as good as when applied when the submit the constitutional amend
Irom Coos Bay to Humboldt imme tives C. J. Forsstrom, Union, Chair
Flora Cessna et vir to Florence Urqti-
M a r c h 10 .
ment to the stales, yet it is never liart. deed parcel ol land in sec 8 . twp
diately after the survey was run man; J. S Barton, Coquille; E. E.
Frank O. Albro aud Mary C.
Portions of the Highway have
from Eugene to the Bay. At pres Blanchard, Grants Pass;
clear that the Senators are 28 s r 13 w w in, $10.
been subjected to the most severe
A A Paul! to Martha Paul], his wife,
ent, the S P. is giving out no inti Laughlin. Yamhill, and W. IrviDg
climatic conditions that have oc ready to take hold of the question war deed parcel of land in the Citv of
M a r c h i i .
mation of an intention to build Spencer, Portland.
Bandon, sec 25, twp28s r 15 w w m $ 10 .
south from Coos Bay at any time
Robert Watts and Edith Ander curred in California in halt a cen and dispose of it without resotting
Yours very truly,
W M Wheeler to J W Offield et ux.
tury, being twice inundated E>y to the numerous subterfuges by
in the near future, but all accounts
Bond for deed 38 3-4 acres in sec 1, twp
en W. O lcott ,
which the resolution in the House 28 s r 13 w w m $8000.
indicate that the road coming from
M a r c h 13 .
winter, and as far as one can see,
Secretary of State
the south to Eureka will be pushed
Bunch et ux to John N. McVay
Wm. W. Stratton and Lucia appear to be in the same condition has been shoved aside The women et O al G.
bond for deed land. 60 acres, on w
to completion this year. That leaves
By S. H. Kozer
who have been in Washington in side of East Fork of Coquille River, in
only the gap of a couple of hundred
Again open under
in some plases the earth shoulders great numbers asking action by sel 4 , sec 10 twp 28 s r 11 w w in $700.00
miles between Coes Bay and Eure
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John McVay et ux to Hattie I. Bled
ka to be built to connect up the
the edges of the concrete exposed states now have equal suffrage, that soe war deed lots 3, 4 A 5, ldk (i, Bar
A n n iv e r s a r y
It seems altogether Sheriffs Sale of Real Properly on Foreclosure
row ik Stiang's Add to Coquille. $10.00
the question be finally determined
likely that the completion ot the
J. T. Herren to Edith A. Herrett
Give us a call
1 he Commission have established by all the people at the polls.
assignment of contract lots 8 , 0 ,k 10 ,
Notice is hereby given, That by vir
line to the Bay will be immediately
Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. Snyder are
blk 5, Dean ik Co’s Second Add to
followed, or perhaps preceded, by tue o f an execution duly issued out of today celebrating the fiftieth an a labratory for testing all material
the Circuit Court o f the State o f Ore
active work on this gap That would gon,
They that go to make the road, and any
for the County o f Coos, and to me niversary of their wedding
J. T. Herrett to Edith A. Herrett
account for tne evident hurry of directed on the 24th day o f February, reside with their daughter and son- material that does not come up to
war deed lots 8 , 9 A 10, blk 5, Dean ,k
the S. P. to finish the Willamette 1914 upon a judgment and decree duly in-law, Mr and Mrs. Herbert I.- their standard is rejected.
Co’s Second Add to Marshfield. $ 1000 .
In conclusion I wish to say that Reported for The Herald by the Title
Pacific, winch is hard to account rendered, entered o f record and docket Johnson, who live on a farm about
in and by said Court on the 7th day
I took great paitig to enquire into
for on any other theory. It would ed
Guarantee and Abstract Co.
A R e a l N erve and
o f January, 1914 in a certain suit then a mile and a half south ol this city.
also account for the completion of in said Court pending, wherein William
At ten o’clock this forenoon a all tile elements of construction,and
Have you paid the printer.
B o d y -B u ild in g M ed L -in e
the mad front Jlie sonth to Eureka, Grimes was plaintiff and Mary E. Sibel, special boat met the friends from spared ntvself no exprtise in exam
(Continued on last page)
which has been in process of inter J A. Ward and Minnie S. Ward, wife here and took them to the Johnson ining different portions of the road,
March 2, 1914.
We believe Rt :all Olive Oil Emulsion Restoration lo Entry o f Lands in National Forest
mittent construction for many o f said J. A. Ward and Millicoma De home, where at noon a splendid and my judgement is that we would
Andrew Hatcher et ux to O G Leath- is the best remedy made for toning the
velopment Company, a corporation, and
erwood et ux, war deed I acre in sec 36, nerves, enriching the blood, building up
J. A. Monday were defendants in fa dinner was served. A large num
It is not necessary to point out vor o f plaintiff and against said defend ber of guests parlook of the feast of similar type of construction for our twp 27 s r 13 w w m $150.
Notice is hereby given that the lands
tliat this means much more for| ants bv which execution 1 am com -1 good things and joined in congrat own roads, as I think that
Peter Mara et ux te Chas Stauff, war strength and energy—the best medicine described below, embracing 380 acres,
Coos County than does the con mandea to sell the property in said ex -1 ulating Mr and Mrs Snyder and the knowledge gained in Cali deed '.j of s l2 of sel4 , sec 25, twp 24 \v j you can use if you are run-down, tired- within the Umpqua & Siskiyou Nation
ecution and hereinafter described to
| out, nervous and debilitated, no matter al Forest, Oregon, will be subject to
struction ot the road to Eugene pay the sum duo the plaintiff o f Three making the occasion one ol genuine fornia by actual experience in the w in $ 10 .
Claud 11 Giles et ux to H H Hariis • )Yhat ^ ^:,u8e It doesn’ t depend for settlement and entry under the provis
most modem methods of road con
Once place this section on Thousand Six Hundred Eighty-four rejoicing.
et iix .^ n r (iced 25 acres in sec 9, twp . 15s £ 9 °^ , ect upon alcohol or habit- ions o f the homestead laws o f the United
the line of a through toad, and its and 00-100 Dollars, with interest there
Many beautiful gifts of gold, sil struction should he of great benefit 29 i r 12 w w m $50
| forming drugs, because it contains none. States and the act o f June 11, 1906 (34
settlement and development will be on at the rate o f 6 per cent, per annum ver, cut glass and china were left to us or any other community.
Stat., 233), at the United States land
Claire II Look et vir to Marie A. I m? y n o t y ° u -feel 1,etter in
from the 7th day o f January, 1914 untilj
The Highway Engineer in charge Schmidt et vir, war deed parcel of land ! Tew hours, but it will make you feel office at Roseburg, Oregon, on May 14,
accelerated in a wav of which we paid together with the costs and dis- j as reminders of Ihe happy occasion.
1914. Any settler who was actually and
is acknowledged to he one of the in sec 31. twp^S s r 12 w w m $10.
now can onlv dream.
bursements of said suit taxed at Eigh- -
tonic and food properties it contains
ty-two and 50-100 Dollars and costs and
\V G Lawhorn et ux to Flanagan F>- have a chance to get into the blood and, in good faith claiming any o f said lands
best highway engineers in the world
for agricultural purposes prior to Janu
expenses o f said execution. 1 will on i
and in this great undertaking I tate et al, war deed lots 21 and 22, blk 4, through the blood, into the rest o f the ary 1, 1906, and has not abandoned same,
S. O . C om p a n y L oses
Saturday, the 4th day o f April, 1914, a t ;
Bunker Hill add to Marshfield, $ 10 .
svstem. Pure Olive Oil and the Hypo- has a preference right to make a home
the hour o f 10 o ’ clock A. M. o f said day
A very pretty wedding, but nec
S 8 Williamson to David D Brainard, phosphites have long been endorsed by
at the front door of the County Court essarily quiet on account of the ed upon its acquisition of such a q c deed 24.2 acres in sec 17, twp 24 s r successful physicians, but here, for the stead entry for the lands actually occu
pied. Said lands were listed upon the
By the decision ot the Supreme House in Coquille, Coos Countv, Oregon, Lenten season, was solemnized at man.
12 w w ni, $25.
first time, they are combined into one applications o f the persons mentioned
sell at public auction to the highest lad
State o f ! PrePjirati°n which, as a nerve-food and below, who have a preference right
Court ot the state, in the Douglas der
for cash in hand on the day o f sale, j
Oregon, q e deed sw l4 of sw ^ , s *c 36 ; a builder o f strength and health, we subject to the prior right o f any such
A, N. G o u l d
county case, the Southern Oregon all the right, title, interest and estate Sperry, at 8:30 o ’clock on Saturday
’ j believe, has no equal.
settler, provided such settler or appli
which said defendants Mary E. Sibel, evening, March 14th, wheu their County Surveyor, Coos Co , Oregou twp 29 s r 10 w w m, $100.
I f you don’ t feel well, begin taking cant is qualified to make homesteaa en
Co , loses in its contention that its J. A. Ward and Minnie S. Ward wife
W L Kistner et ux to \V J Longstc.n
Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion today
- preference right is exer-
land cannot be sold for taxes while o f the said J. A. Ward and all persons
CoqàìÌìe! $T<X l ‘ ° il*," ,0n Fr° " ' Ä r *- et’’ 1 buiîdyour heaRh a^d”
lr<," y ' yt-: r cuscd prior to Mav 14 1914 on which
claiming under them subsequent to the came the bride ot Mr. William W.
a suit for the annulment of the Plaintiff’s Mortgage Lien in, o f and to Stratton.
wifi be subject to settle-
T o th e D e m o c r a t ic V o t e r s
J A Collier et ux to W J Lrngston, q convalescents,
O f people, puny children ment ond entry by any qualified person.
grant through which it holds title said real property. Said Mortgaged
c deed parcel of land on Front street, and all others who'are'
The eertmony took place in the
weak, run-down Ihe lands are as follows: The E 1.. NW
is pending in the U. S courts This premises hereinbefore mentioned are Rich between the parlors, which
or ailing, we offer Rexa!i Olive Oil
I hereby announce myself as a Coquille, $1.
described in said execution as follows, i
M 1 8 Delphine Antisdel to Fred Han Emulsion with our personal promise 'a. the N' N E1. 8 \V!j Sec. 30, 'T. 28
ought to release some ol the money to-w it: The South-east quarter o f the were beautifully decorated with candidati for County Judge of Cn< s
S., R. lo W „ W. M. 100 acres, listed
sen, assignment of ln»nd, lots 3
4, Ink that, if it doesn’ t make voj well and
which the company has handed over North-east quarter, and the North half hyacinths, daffodils, narcissus and county, Oregon, on the Demncmtie 6 , Barrow A Strang . <1 l to Coquille,
upon application o f James I. Spring-
strong again, it will cost you nothin*,
A K- F'. D. No. 1 , Box 118, Rose-
to Coos county with the proviso o f the North-east quarter o f Section 19, terns. The Right Reveren t Wil ticket for the coming primary elec $375.
j If we didn't have the utmust faith in it, hurv. Or. mm; l ist 6-1143. The S S N
that it should be held until the Township 25, South of Range 12 West liam Horslall, of Bandon. officiated, tion. I favor permanent highways
we wouldn’ t offer it with this Ruaran- F ' 4. the S N 1.. N E '4 Sec. 6 . T. 30 S.,
f the Y\ illamctte Meridian, Coos Coun
tee, nor even recommend it to you. We K. 13 W ., 120 acres, application o f Wil
question ol the title shall be finally o ty,
Oregon, containing 120 acres of using the full Episcopal service. and the development of the wonder assignment of bond, lots 3 A- 4 »Ik 6 ,
It is understood that such Innil more or less. Said sale being made The bridal couple knelt on white ful wealth of Coos county consistent Harrow A Strang add to Coquill •, $375. are sure that once you have used it you liam G. Whabrey, Myrtle Point, Ore
will recommend t to your friends, and gon; List 6-1U6. The S E \ Sec. 30, T.
March 3, 1914.
deposits have heretofore been made subject to redemption in the manner satin cushions, and were attended with econ nieal and judicious ex*
thank us for having recommended it to ^ *s -» R. 10 VV’., 160 acres, application
to avoid Ihe imposition of the penal provided by law.
by Miss Clare Sherwood and Mr penditure of the taxpayers’ m<»ney
vou. Sold only at the more than 7.000
Dated this 13th day o f March, 1914.
Marlioffer et al. war deed i• »rs 17. 18 A Rexall Stores, at J in this town only by ol C arl Vngul, Box 227, Coquille, O reg
ties for delinquency; though why
H O Anderson.
The bride Was
J. J S tanley ,
February 28, 1911,
W. W. G age ,
19, blk 8 , West p,un er Hill add to : us. $ 100 . Fuhrr.ian's Pharmacy, ' Co- on; lis t 6 1161.
the compauy should be favored iu 3-17-6t Sheriff o f Coos County, Oregon. attiied in a tailored suit and carried
< • M. R ruce , Assistant Commissioner
I quille, Oreg.
SEEDS FOR THE FARMER
GET A N E A R L Y STAR T
Vetch and Chick Food
PR.KOHINEK’S liliAHANTEEl) VETERINARY REMEDIES
G E T O U R P R IC E S
knowltons “ drug store
T h e C o q u ille H e ra ld
15 FOR FLOORS 15
S^H. O . H N D E R S O N
Growth of Business Will
Cause no Powe . p oblem
FROM Tfit NATIUNAI CAPITAL
CALIFORNIA'S HOAD BUILDING
OREGON POWER CO.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
o f the General Land Office.