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CALVES IMPORTED TO COUNTY
grange Medina Held at Winlock.
(: U)ST VAiLEY WANTS MAII SERVICE
ENSLEY TO LEAVE .COUNTY
Rrof. Potter to study live stock in County
... StocH shipped to market
. Road; Supervisor has narrow escape
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office nt The Hallo
Oregon. June Will 15)10.
Notice is heiby given that Peter
Ilartmau Jr, one of the heirs and for
tlie heirs of IWcx lluttiuan Sr,,dc
censed "of Winlock Oregon, who, on
September 2$th li09, made homestead
entry No. 05330, for WJSWJ.SEJSW
1, Sec. 1 & NENWJ, Section 12,
Township & South, Range 23 East,
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
ot intention to makr Final Five year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Scott Susscr,
Clerk of the Circuit Court, at Fossil
the 4 la day of August
W. L. Millet of Lonerock courage that which will teach
has Purchased, a car load of the young peonW aLtoihiy as
o inn sl.nrt timo. will fill Ortgon, on the Uh day
vamey H V 8ui uur juuvw, nuuiu claimant names as witnesses.:
theua. oa hi place. 1 Here caa aid them, the stronger James s. Hunt, ja,mes u. Medloek,
is sobc.6. o,ue&tk)a as to. the a- 'and better will the futuro be. Edward K. Mathews, Ralph v.Ame,
toclf to stand outrange con- jour, fair- in many ways, aud
ditioass. so. we. wilt all b$ in- if you- can offer soma sugges-
J teres!! fa koiw thiis-experi- UiOiUi that will be of benefit
ti fii:-i...i. f
It. Frank Woodcock, Register
G-2'J 8 3
tioa, that wwfc be
we Avill highly appreciate the NOTICE FOR, PUBLICATION.
In. &Ri4e. of' the. Bain.a,ncl courtesy ow jor
i i i
snudi the. Pomona Grange wop. us a cam
liflld ita auajfterliv nieetins in r oars irui)
Winliock wiithi abou sixty
present. Speeches were niade
by Mr. AVeiDke ot koiodon, Immediately after the Aus
Mr Jackson of Moro and Mv. I traliaix Gommonwealh order- stead Entry No.
John Stewart Soc'y.
Department of tbe Interior,
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, May 20tb 1916.
Notice is hereby given that George
Gilbert, of Winlock, Oregon, who
on Sept. VJlb J12, made Home
stead Entry No. 010737 and on June
4th. 1914. made additional Home-
013358, for S EL
Wise of the Fa.rraei'i) ekvator L(i aa absolutely tight era- Action 21. EjNEi, swjNKi, se
pf Condon,. - A fioe dinner bnrgo on. w00l, domestic ' rVv T
j, . rr ft . Range 23 Fast, Willamette Meridian
was served! ab noon dealers marked up their pri- has fiw notice o int.ntin ton,flw
gates, were present from. Lone ces from two to five cents a Final Three Year Proof to establish
IiOCk. JJOSSlL MaVYlUe and Dnrt,.l 'minil' As hnosferstc'1"" to the land above describej
Itnp.khnrn. t ...a
-T Ul U.UUL JL IVf'-O VVUiUivuu r -
sioner, at spray ujegon, on me om
A proposed mail' route to to a Jburopean. war ana an day cfjuiy, 1916.
extend, from Trad Fork to Australian, embargo. Uut do claimant names aa witnesses:
I . 1 r.... t?..i ir..i t 1
tha Tct. V1Wmw m hot trv to make us be heve ""'
., 1 j - t n j. 1 t o 11..-.
President, Woodiow Wilson; of New
Jersey; Vice President, Thomas Mar",
shall, of Indiana? Secretary of State,
Robert Landing, of Pennlvania ;
Secretary of Treasnrj, William
(1. McAdoo, of New York j, Secretary
of War, Liiulley M. Garrison, of New
Jersey, Attorney-General, Thomas W
Gregory, of Tennessee; Poatiuui'tei
General. Albert S, 13urleson,.of Texas
Secietary of Navy, Joseph us Dnniels,
ol North Carolina: Secretary of Inte
rior. Franklin K. Lane, of California;
Secretary of Agriculture, David A
Huston, of Missouri: Secretary of
Commerce. William C. Kedfield, of
New York; Secretary of Labor, Wil
liam 11. Wilson, of Pennsylvania;
Secretary to the Piesidewt, Joseyh P.
rumulty, of Mew Jersey.
wotting $1. 60 por month.
Srrfy aton, $. 5 0 pormontk,
fawcot 2 hours a day,
for It 2 m
being, worked for by the peo- that the free wool proviso in
pie who. would be benefitted the Underwood tana law
by SJiplx sericev Petitions made wool go up in this
are ' being prepared and will country. We are; not so. gul-
soop be circulated. lible
; Ben- Kinsley of Lost yiallie'
all of Winlock, Oregon.
H. Frank Woodcock, Register,
is about to, trade place
fpp a, fajn ia the Valley.
We will) all be- sorry to. see
binn ljea.ye and wishi him! suc
cess in, his; new,- honu..-
Gopsider.able stock i3.be-
PjUblic Land Sale.
Department of tbe Interipr,
0. S. Land Office, The Daljes, Ore,
June, 16, 1916
Notice is hereby given that, as di
! rtftoA ft? tA ftmmisciniifr fT 1 1 1 P
lpg snipppo, o.rDrtiana, Dy Generai iLand offipe
, under, provisions
OUpty men. Pfiices ha.ye- of. Sec. 2455, R.S.. pursuant to. the
dropped' Some- ii the past application of. AJice Iremonger, Se-
t0. hold, Stock, and ljt some- less, than $3.00 per acre, at 9-45
. tmes. pays tOi turu. it e;Qn: if: o'clock A. MP on the 23rd day of Aug.
tViA.. Triflrk-fit is a little w.&ak. at- this office, tbe following
.'rt . i f fc r i j. tiiTlnitrl r a. I tm
riiiH W Township. 11, South, Range: 25, East
EpliOlrii ftavQ. snipped :,3fcOCJKI Willamette Meridian (40 AcresV
dui'ing the past week, - The sale will not.be kept; open, but
. " ; wjIIi belideclaredi closed, wnen thoe
irpfessor.; IjOtter-i Ol,y; A. preSentatthe hour named have ceased
Gl WillO. W.aS Stock iudsre at bidding. The . person makine tbe
the. county. Fair several vears be?st bid-will be requiredo imme
1 1 . ( J:ii . .i r : i. - -
. i- . 't, . uijticiy pay. io iuc receiver uie a-
Y ip-,nwf viF,v ni.a n,tUDt thereof.
fiQIpp. tp, niajae, a, Study Ot Any person claiming adversely the
3jag.COpditdppS, Itis hpped: above-described gland, are advisedto
HiiA-lfi. rriflv havfi d. t.r,. file their claims, or objections, on or
- j . ill Ui. bifiie utoigiiaitu ivi caic;
jpqi, ui(: iccMJB'viV" L. A- Booth. Receiver.
ancL possibly, make a talk or 7-6W8-17
The County, fair-is to each
ipdividtial. 'county Avliat. the
(State, Fair, is to ,the -.State as a
whole. . Loyah s u pp,o r t
s.hould be given-every couqr
t,y fairy, by every interest in,
a.nd tributary thereto,' Anyone-,
connected! with a, local
fair, must sacrifice much.time
and; Jabori working' for-only
qne purpose; to. benefit the
. epmpQunity,. tp advertise , its
resources:' ands. to. bring to
gether, ffiendts andt neighbors
qnce. a, year, tor recreation
nd; informatipn.. To. cr-
JphiVi Tilley w,hije out auto NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
riding Saturday- fell- into a. isolated tract.
wind. hnl .no,P. ".V,- Pr!I Public Land SaleDepartment of the
Banch.and; was rescued, by a r; , , ' , n
, T ,' ' ' ' . U.St Land Office.The Dalles, Oregon.
ord, John, says the. mud Junel4tll 1916.
hole wasn t on. his, part of Notice is hereby given tuatj as di.
tlie TOadi ' rected by, the Commissioner of the
C. L. JamisOn.Gounty Agqnt. -Geneal Land Office, under provisions
of, Sec. 2455, R. S., pursuant to the
application of Dayton A. Jenkins Se
rial Np. 015332. we. will offer at public
sale, to the highest bidder, but at not
less than $2.50 per acre, at 10.30,
o'clock. A, Mv, oa the-17th day of
August, next, at this office
the following tract of landj SA of SEJ
NEJSEi, Sec. 10 and NwSVVlSec. 11
T, 10, S. R24, East. V. M. (1C0
Acres), "This tract is ordered into
the market oa a. showing that the
greater, portion thereof is mountain
ous.or too rough for cultivation,"
. The. sale will not be kept open, but
will be declared closed, when those
present at tbe hour named have ceased
bidding. The person, making the
highest bid will be required to imme
diately pay to theReceiver the amount
thereof, . ' .
' Any persons claiming adversely the
!bove-described land are. advised to
file their claims, or objections, on or
before tbe time designated tor sale.
L. A. Booth Reciver-
NOTICE OF CONTEST
Department of the Interior, .
U.S. Land. Office, The Dalles, Ore,
- . June 2. 1910.
To Francis Eleanor Kyle of Spray
You are hereby notified that Eli G-.
Phillips who gives Spray, Oregon as
his post-office address, did on April
20, 1911J, file in this office his duly
corroborattd application to contest
and- secure the cancellation of your
homestead Entry No. , Serial No.
e April. 5, 1913, for NEJ-
SWJ, NWSEi. Section 28j Town-
ship 9, South, Range 25, East, Wil'
latuette Meridian, and-as grounds for
his contest he; ' alleges that said
entry woman, has not. established
residence upon said land.
You: are, therefore, further notified
that the said allegations will be
taken as confessed, and your said eu
try will be canceled without further
right to be heard, either before this
office or on appeal, if you 'fail to file
in this office within twenty days
after the FOURTH publication of
this notice, as shown below,, your j
answer, under oath, specifically re
sponding to these allegations of con
test,, together with due proof that
you have served a copy of your
answer on the said contestant either
in person or by registered mail.
You should state in your answer
the name of tbe post office to, which
you desire future notices to be sent
IL Frank Woodcock, Register.
Date of first publication June 15 1916
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' " third " " 29 "
" "fourth " July 6 "
State of Oregon
Senators; Georg E. Chambcolaia
and Hairy Lane. Represeutatxves;
C. N. McArthur-, W. . Hawlcy and
N. J. Sinnott. Supreme Judges.;. T. A.
McUride, Geo. II. Burnett, U. J
Bean, F. A. Moore,. Robert Eaktn.
L. T. Harris and Henry E. Benson
Governor ;,J.E. Withycombe. Secretary
of State; Ben W. Aloott. Secretary of
Treasury; Thomas, li. KLay. Attorney
General; G. M. Brown. Superin
tendentnf Public Instruction; J. A.
Churchill. Printer; R. A. Harris,
Engineer; J. II. Lewis. Labor Com.
missiontr; O. I'. Holt. Kail Kond,
Commissione; F. J. Miller. Water,
Superintendent; G. T. Cochran. Rep
resentatives; C. C. Clark and James.
S. Stewart. Senator: W. II. Ragsdal.
Food and Dairy Commissioner; Dr.
J. W. Bailey. Circuit Judge of 11th
Judicial District; D. 11. Parker.
.Attorney; Joseph. K. Starr. Judge;
Henry D. Ktyes. Commissioners; M.
Dukekand 11. E. Wright. Clerk;
Scott Sasser. Treasurer;. A. B, Lamb.
School Superintendent ; Henry J. Sim.
nions. Sheriff; Oscar Kelsay Asses
sor: Peter Hartman. Surveyor: Robert
&nt pnymbl t 7rs. S. X. Cross or J&ery Jjiown, om o
iobro (ho 20lh or oacA month.
Protecton to ait Patrons.
YOirit ruNKiisVr tuisiness
' whether it bo n cltucking; iwonnti
a saving account,, or money left
on interest on a certificati; off
deposit, will be conservatively
Capital Til E Fl UST N ATION" A L HA N Kr
$100,00.00 Ueppwer,, Oregon.
Tfotod as One of the SBosi in Sntorior Oregon,
CL SPECIAL ATTENTION CIVEH TO TRANSIENTS
: ' ':
O. A.. Stafford Proprietor
SPRAY, - OREGON..
S&iuxt Print Jownshp Plats
JOSEPH K.- STARR;
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
Will practice in all oourts,in the sta.tr
FOSSIL. - OREGON;
D. E. BAXTER.
United States Commissioner
and Notary Public.
Piling. Proof, andi M I-ulid Dii1iihi a
Specialty. Lieed and MorIi"ffe Carefully
Prawn. A. larice tiipplv of I-ocal Blttuk
kept on hand
SPRAY. - . . OREGON.
G., W. Hawes
With Its Mar.7 Improvemeiits
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Whiskers amputated without
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Office in. Courier Building.
SPRAY, - . OREGON
H. II. & Ford Hendricks,.
FOSSIL, WHEELER COUNTY, OREGON.
Attorneys for the State Land Doard
in, Wheeler-County. School money
loaned at six per cent interest on im
proved agricultural1 lands at not to
exceed1 one-third'cash value,, regard.
Jess of perishable improvements. ,
But also Increases the
Value of -
50 PER CENT!
Corrected up-to-date showing names of entryment date of flnrty,
vacant land, rivers and creeks, l,L00 cnch A discount
oft Uf per cent will be allowed on onloaw'
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