The Santiam news. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1897-1917, May 13, 1910, Image 1

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SCIO.
XIII.
I.IX.X
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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
•Carefully prepared by competent uni experienced
employes thoroughly fat nliar with the records of
Linn < 'ounty. Accuracy, neatness and dispatch is
our motto. We are now abatra<*tiiig the instruments
tiled daily and can serve the puldie most efficiently.
We use the most modern and up to date system of ab­
stract.ng • An unlimited amount of money to loan
on 6 per cent, per annum on approved farm security
BOTH PIIONKN IS Till
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Largest Stock
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Samples and Estimates on Request
FISHING TACKLE
Camera supplies, etc
Expert Truss fitting
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REAL ESTATE
List your property
with me if you real-
• ly want to sell. We
have people who
wish to buy large
and small tracts. If
your price is right,
we can handle it
for you. See us con­
cerning Real Estate
in this county........
C. w. TEBAULT
(’orner Lyons and 4th St.
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Bell Mwin
ALBANY. ORE.
COt'NTV.
To All Whom it May Concern:
Notice is hereby given to all whom it
may concern, that from and after the
With day of May, 191(1, I. M the execu­
trix of the estate of B. F. Mellon aid.
, deceased, shall, in pursuance of an
order of the County Court of Ijnn
¡County, Oregon, proceed to sell at
i private sale for cash in hand st said
sale all the right, title and estate which
said deceased bail in and to the follow­
ing descrilied real property at the time
| of his death, to-wit:
Beginning at a point 26 67 chains
West of the Southeast corner of
th« William Gilchrist I). L. C. Not.
No. 5754, Claim No. 43 in Townships
9 and 10, South Range one Eaat of
the Willamette Meridian in Linn
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County, Oregon, and running thence
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South Mt» degr.es West 18.33 chains,
thence North 10 chains, thence
South HO degrees West 23.85 chains,
thence North 15 degrees and forty
minutes East 10.24 chains, thence
North 89 degrees and 30 minutes
East 42 chains, more or less, to a
point North of the place of begin­
ning and 34.35 chains distant from
■aid place of tieginning and on the
East line of the lands belonging to
the said estate of said B. F. Mc­
Donald. deceased, in saidD. L. C.
and thence South 34.35 chains on
said Eaat boursiary line to the said
place of beginning, and containing
90 acres, more or leas.
The estate and interest which said
! deceased had in and to said premises at
;the time of his death being a fee
j simple estate.
Dated this 15th day of April, 1910.
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A lice M c D onald
Execratrix of
B. F. McDonald, deceased
Something over one year ago. the K.
i of P., of this city, purchased the pro­
perty on the northeast corner of Main
and Water streets paying |600 there­
for, This week that, order sold the
I property to N. I. Morrison for 31200
OKKGOS.
Ban Gaw
MAY
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t'.Hli.
GREAT NORTHERN
IS GETTING BUSY
Ni >.
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LOCAI BREY.TIES
When the bill» w«-re up announcing ■
ball game I the second between Stay­
ton and Scio trams, the public expected
Extra large sites in ladies waists at
to a* a clearly contested game. But
Wr - ly and Cam, made up in ttie latest
Such was not the case. Until the
st> les in sixes 42-44-46-48 aiul 50,
fourth inning the context had the
Raise fruit instead of bugs, Wurms
■Piwaranc* of tM-ing a close game,
md m«-*s. by using Lilly's Heat Tree
K Advertising I «tsn-ixcly through
each team had two scurm 1«. it* credit.
Spray. At Weo»ly'a Grocery.
out the I rMcrn State*
Slayton was first at bat and when re­
John We-idy has signed a contract to
tir'd in the fourth, had annexed two
play
ball with the Albany la-ague
more ran», making the wore 4 to 2 In
team.
Stayton*» favor. W Kether thb lead made
The Oregon Trank Railway is now
Mrs Emma Iralie, of Salem, is visit­
the visitors careless, or whether the time I building the Des Chutes Canyon
into
ing her parents. Mr and Mrs. G. W
had come for the team to go to piece», 'Central Oregon
When it re ache.
I Morrow, of thia city.
,
thia waiter cannot »ay. But after two
: Bend, it wilt hrv<- tapped u region of
or three errors had barn made, the
25
cent
buys
a
nice
large
gingham
| more than twenty million arrvi of
Marion county ball tossers seemed to
I timber, farming an I grating land, that •iprun. and 35 cents buy» a fancy whit««
go wrong on the part of «very player;
j his hitherto been with Railway faclll- one at Wesely A Cains.
fur when Scio retired »he had scomi I ties,
Wm. Brunner is laying sewage pip«»
11 runs and had the game cinched be­
I tides pleasure in sending you, under from his residence to the creek. He Is
yond recovery.
ssperrte cover, a copy of ths Great putting in plumbing and bach in hi«
Stayton placed a new pitcher in the
i Northern Railway'« first publication residence, as w»ll.
box In the fifth and as Selo failed to
. exploiting the opportur.iti»» for the
A black shepherd dog, two
•erura another tally in the game, we
hometeeker and Investor in this region, ' whit« points, white strip in far«, yellow
suppose hi» twister» were hard to
a pamphlet ent it Iwl "Opening up Cen­ •puts over eyes and tip to tail. Had a
negotiate.
tral Oregon.
leather strap and small nng on neck
Stayton »cored In each of the 5th
This is our opening gun in a campaign and answers to tho name "Paddle.’*
and 7th Inning», which concluded the
of publicity which wo trust will within Ho 1» a lung rangy dog and the owner,
run getting fur both teams. Th. »■•urv
' ■ short time populate the millions of V. Philippi, is anxious to recover him.
l y innings was.
! seres of broad prairie land lying in Notify the N ews office or owner.
I 2 3 4 5 « 7 a »
Wasco, Crook,
Ijike ami Klamath
F or S alk -One span of geldings,
Stay ton 2 0 0 2 1 0 1 o 0
I counties with the san,«- virile ami think­
weight about 1100 pounds each. 7 and X
Scio
0 2 0 It 0 0 0 o 0
ing type of farmer that is now trans
U mpire Mike Mee railed ball» and . forming the prairies of Montana into years old. I set of buggy harness; 1 set
strikes for the game in a Very satis­ farms of tremendous agricultural of hack harness; I bugg>. good as new;
hack, riding bridle and saddle; 16110
factory manner for both trams, as his wealth producing power.
p tind Fairbanks standard platform
decisions were not called in question at
About 50,081 copies of this pamphlet
ules, m first class order, at Trvttrr»'
any time in the game. The Stayton I have already been circulated. An ad-
boys are a gentlemanly bunch ami had ! ditional edition of 2f>,tXV* will lie receiy- store. Stay ton, Oregon.
From report», <»ur county court has
they not blown up in the fourth, would ' «1 from the printer this week.
have played Scio a close game and.
The Great Northern Railway has in appnipriatcd 3»'>'><W from the county
possibly, might have won. At all i preparation now a larger and more general fund to assist in building an
events the game was very enjoyable to comprehensive booklet regarding Cen­ armory at Albany. As an armory is in
the ladv fans, if one should judge by tral Oregon wheh will I hi distributed no sense beneficial to any other portion
the noise they made. A go<d play, throughout the East as soon sa it can >f the county, the court should submit
the appyopriation to s referendum vote
whether made by Stay ton or Scio was be taken from th« press.
applauded.
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.t . . It >», pi acticaily. M
The distribution of IxaikleU ia but one
of the means we will use to attract pending |sibllc funds fur a private pur-
settlers into Central Oregon. Other poae.
Spcill Silt II fthiClM
Morrison & Neal will sell nails on
A» we have purchased the lot and metho.!» which have been used tn ad
building which we are occupying and i vantage in the East, such as the ill* Saturday, May 14 at the following re­
are going to repair and enlarge the play of sampler of agricultural product* duced prices.
2U d and up. |*r keg |3.10
building at once, we will sell buggies raised in Central Oregon contained in
10 <1 aial up, |wr keg (;]. 15
an
exhibit
car
to
tour
the
Eastern
and hack» at the lowest prices at which
8 d and up, per keg 33.20
they have ever been soki in Scio, the states, as well as permanent agricultur­
6 d and up, per keg 33.30
grade of good» considered. The sale al shows in sairne of the larger cities,
3 d and up, |a*r keg 33.56
to begin Saturday May 14 and will con­ wilt lie used.
We anticipate that the settlement of
Other sizes in like proportion. These
tinue for ten days only. Notice the
1 Central Oregon will be comparatively prices are good for this day only.
following sharp reduction;
(111 W MHO ’ Runabout for 3102.50 . rapid, and will b<- a repetition of the Make your purchase on this special
experience of the Great Northern Rail­ sale day.
997 .50 Staver top buggy for 387.50
way in populating the prairie land lying
370.00 Staver top buggy for 364.00
39t>.00 half platform S hack for 3*4.00 ■ long ¡its main line in Montana. Eor
City CsoncH
<>th.*r rigs in proportion to the above years the broad prairies stretching to
Council met hi regular session, on
prices
Remember, aalea at these the north and south of the Great North­
Thursday evening of last week. Pre­
price» will continue blit ten days, be­ ern Railway in Montana were consider­
Myer, Recorder
ed of practically no value for farming sent were Mayor
ginning with May 14.
purposes. T.aiay filings are licing made Myers und t.’ouncilinen J. A. and Perry
M orxi *< om <4 Nr. a l.
on government homestead larsli in the Bilyeu, Cain. Arnold, Morrison ami
The Railroad Prosptcls
United state» Imnd Offices at Great Calavan.
Committee on Fire, Light and Water
Th.-
railroad committee,
Messrs Falla and Glasgow, at the rate of alaiut
granted further time to report on pro­
three
thousand
per
month
350
steam
Peery, Prill ami Wesely returned from
tection of water mains. Bills allowed;
their interview with Manager O'Brien, plowing outfits have lx-rn shipped into
Fred B. Weat IRS.20; N. I. Morrison
that
region
since
January
I,
1910.
of the S. P., Tuesday morning.
13.37; Ssntism News |3. |0; Ralston
If
this
experience
can
he
r.-pcat.-d
in
While they were unable to arrange
Supply Co. »49.17; Crane Co. 39.
just such trafic agréments with Mr Central Oregon, it will tic but a matter
General Electric Co. 72c.
of
two
or
three
years
t<eforv
the
vast
O’Brien, as they had marked out. they
Ordinance No. 56 relative to grant­
receiver promises from ths 8. P. as to stretches of unfilled prairie land in
ing right-of-way over rertaln streets to
l-ake,
Klamath
and
Crook
counties
will
operation of daily trains, etc., which
8. L. A J. V. It. K. rrad and (paxaed.
would be an immense improvement i lie converted into waving gram fields,
Adjourned.
■nd
comfortable
farm
homes.
over the present.
Fifteen
years
ago,
the
lamia
in
the
One matter waa made plain, and that I
is, wr are not to receive any assistance Big Bend country of Washington, along
THE NEW FiRN
from Albany, except in the way of hot the main lines of the Great Northern
I, N. I. Morrison, have taken Mr,
air, an artiste with which the county Railway were in the same primitive
■eat seems to have an overplus. The condition in which much of the land in T. <). Nral as a partner in my hard­
Commercinl duh is willing to receive Onlral Oregon ran now be found. To ware and implement store ami the style
any benefit which may accrue to Al­ day, millions of bushels of wheat are of the new firm will hereafter lie
bany from building the road but, when ■hipped from this section. This can bo Morrison A Nesi.
I thank y«>u fur your generaos pat­
it comes to aiding in the enterprise in repeated in Central Oregon, and we
the matter of putting up cash, they will do our utmost to bring alaiut this ronage in the past and solicit a con­
tinuance of your favors in the future.
much desired result
have given us an emphetic NO.
Yours truly,
I will still run the planing mills and
8. J. El i isov.
The N ews is informed, that it was
wifi give y<«i figures on your shop work
the recipient of quite a good siwd roast
which cannot be beaten anywhere In
TH Hardest Gamt si the Seises
at the city council meeting, last week,
th«- valley. I hove engaged Hgrry H,
because of an overcharge for an ad­
A» yet, Scio's ball team has not ex­ Johnston a* shop foreman, but I will be
vertising bill. Apparently the council perienced a »ingle defeat, this season. there to help out on rash work. Any­
think» it ia the duty of the News to do But after next Sunday ami a visit from thing you nc«l t<> liuild with, such as
the city advertising for nothing. But the Turner boys, a different story may lime, cement, sand, brick, etc., will lie
a» the N kws pays its city taxes, light have to be told.
In stork. I will have a car of shingles,
and water bills, and does more than its
From all accounts. Turner has a the last of this or the first of next
■hare of free advertiaing for ths town, splendid amateur base ball team ami. if week, Parties desiring shingles wilt
there is no reason why the city should our boy» continue their winning streak. I do well if thr^get them at ths car,
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be favored in advertising charges, any­ they will have to go some. At all thua saving the hauling. Irave your
more than any of our merchants. The events, the public is aasuird that a fine orders at once and I will notify you
charges to the city were just the same exhibition of the game will be given, when the car arrives.
as tn merchants or other advertisers, 5 whether ••ci«» win» or loses. The game
Your» for huaineos,
cents per line per issue.
will be called promptly at 2 .30 p. m.
N. I. M orrison