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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1888)
pfilUfiflED EVERY FRIDAY
FRANK S. HARDING.
Altered at the postoffice at Lafayette,
off», ^second-class matter.
J. BUKT MOORE,
A GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE.*?
LAFAYETTE, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19.1888.
A'S ebsmxnts and T axes .-Tills subject
Fenton spent Bunday at Mon is creating more than ordinary interest
tins year. Nearly every paper in the
state has had something to say of the in
Rob’t. Henry went to the Mechanics’
justice of the present system of taxation.
fair this week.
DR. J. C. MICHAUX,
The property is assessed at about 60 per
Dr. Michaux is recovering gradually cent of its real value, but any indebted
from his sickness.
ness that may exist is all deducted,
After an active experiaoo« of nine year.
Geo. Lewis visited tlie metropolis sev which works an injury to those who are
MMbtoMrvioea to the people ol Lafayette
eral days this week.
not in debt, a* the following example
J. A. Huston and wife returned from will show: If a man is worth <10,000
he is assessed at <6,000; he owes <5,000
DR. O. H. SMITH,
and pays taxqkt on <1,003. If 60 per cent
Vede Olds has moved into the Ed.
of his indebtedness were, also deducted
Perkins’ house on the hill.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
he would pay taxes on <3,000, the same
Joe Mattey and Ed. Perkins have re as would the man who is worth <5,000
turned from their sound trip.
and owes nothing. There is a universal
A. D. Runnells and C. Loder, of North demand for a reform in this matter, and
gugery a Specialty.
▼7-49 Yamhill, were hi town this week.
it is hoped the next legislature will enact
Mrs. G.-E. Johnson returned from a a law correcting these abuses.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
two weeks’ visit to Portland, on Monday.-^ T hem C om ^-A very commend-
—OF M'MtNNVILUB, OB.,-------
JACOB WORTMAN....................President, Molloy returned from Portland Saturday
K. P. BIRD ........ ........ Vice-President, evening.
Mrs. J. J. Hembree, Mrs. C. Hubbard,
rniuacta a general Balking Busiuew. De- Mrs. J. J. Carey and Mrs. Ijtymon went
|Wt> received »object to check. Belie eight to Portland Wednesday to attend the fair.
richuge «nd telegraphic tranefera on New
T. B. Nelson and wife came over from
lirt, San Frnncinco and Portland.
Jone 7t. ly.
Tillamook last week. Mr. Nelson has
returned, accompanied by Jas. McCain.
c innville national dank
Chas. Magill is unaBle to walk without
limping since he fell on Tuesday and
m ’ m INNVILLE, OREGON.
sprained his right leg at the knee joint.
Transects e Gensral Bonking BuSineu.
A. M. Hurley started out on a tour of
... . Jvjlh CQWL8 investigation last Monday. He has sold
lire President..............LEE LAUGIÍLIN ouf bis interests here, and is looking for
«hier... . ................. y CLARK^BRAL y ! a ne* location.
Charles R. Fenton, who Was recently
toll» exchange ou Portland, San Francirro
A < I admitted to the bar, took his departure
hterert allowed on time depoalta.
1 last Friday for Spokane Falte, where he
Office hours from 9 a tn to 4 p in.
’ will hang out his shingle.
John Dixon left on Tuesday for Eastern
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Washington, where he expects to make
his future home. His mother accom
[ Tlie printers of Salem have organized a panied him as far as Portland.
‘ Shooting match at Carlton this vyeek
The Stuttz dramatic company are
leaded toward Oregon.
Rev. Locke will preach in the M. E.
church on Sunday evening.
The smallpox scare has subsided at
innville, and schools will open Mon-
?r skating was inaugurated for the
last Saturday night at Sampson’s
Hon. Robert McLean, republican can
date for elector, will speak here next
Salem is to have a steam laundry con
tacted by white labor and on business
The World says that Jas. O’Meara has
etited from the Newe and returned to
Mr. W. R. Derby shot an owl the
ntber night that measured four feet and
' m inches from tip to tip.
The quarantine is no longer in force.
I: was rained on Monday morning, and
urines« goes on as usual.
The R egistxb family is under obliga-
ote to Mr. Belcher’s family for some
MWipes ahd sauerkraut.
O.O. Hodson, of McMinnville, is put-
11 ng a Geary patent iron roof on the
: ■ pent house at Independence.
I The fine river steamer Potter, which a
l ibori time ago was taken to the sound,
[rill return to tho Columbia soon.
Hon L. B. Cox will the citizens of
I Yamhill county on political issues, at La-
hijstte, October 29th, at 1:30 p. m.
[ Tbs open temperance meeting has
sen postponed for kwo weeks. Due no-
[ trie will be given of its meeting again. .
I It is a matter of considerable import-
I -we to many to know that since wheat
| u gone up flour has also taken a rise.
School teachers are needed in this
'unity. For particulars write to the
wty superintendent, Dayton, Oregon.
Dwight L. Moody, the evangelist, is
Victoria. He will return to Port
ed in a month or so and hold a series
Parties desiring to visit Portland can
»ad return on the narrow gause for
•1-70, which includes a ticket to the Me-
Aman who went.from McMinnville as
* »«ree to the Morgareidges, has the
•rioloid. Mrs. Morgareidge and the
, kildrvn are improving.
Mr. Ed. M. Briedwell and Miss Nora
.Hmdrick were married in Wheatland,
toareday, October 11, 1888. The Rxois-
> m txtends congratulations.
[ Ire. Judge Johnson took a dose of
pmdanurn through mistake on Wednes- ;
¡••T evening, but fortunately the amount '
was small, and no fatal results
foily Neve bad yesterday the 1
circulation ot any paper in the ’
It was up 12,500 feet.—News,
i beard of things being knocked
I Clerk Hobbs has been the bus
in town for the past two weeks,
teems to be a favorite month of
’Bo are matrimonially inclined,
«we« to wed have already been
i by that officer this month,
boys if having considerable sport
(b«rl <■ Nelson and Horace Little-
"equence of a coon bunt they
the other night. They claim
Ki the coon and camped under
I daylight, but then the «oon
Tkeatvertalm rates ef the ■
trasMiy »bent, sad will be______
appllMUM. Bprotel ktansaM
or «■!■> early castrar»'.
A little child of H. Gatenpan and wife,
six or seven months old, fell into the
fireplace Monday morning and was very
severely burned. For ,a time it was
thought the child was dead, but this
proved to be a mistake, and hopes are
now entertained for its recovery.
able institution has beetle started here,
the German Immigration association,
with a capital stock of $25,(KX) in 250
shares, which will, no doubt, be very
successful in its operations. It is gener
ally admitted that, taking all things Into
consideration, we havfe no better class of
immigrants than those from Father.and,
and we all earnestly desire that Oregon
shall be settled by an industrious, sturdy
nncl law-ab':dl«g people. The natives of
Southern Germany would find in our
genial climate and soil greater rcBem-
blanSes to their former homes than in
most parte of the union. As fruit grow
ers, horticulturists and dairymen their
successful,endeavors may be witnessed
at the Mechanics’ fair.— Journal of Com
SrgAxrNO in ths E ast .—A letter from
Dr. J. W. Watte, who is delivering politi
cal speeches in the east, shows that the
people there want to hear from Oregon.
He has spoken three times in New York
city, and has appointments titrough the
northwestern part of the state. Hi« last
speech was attended by 5,000 people and
many more could not obtain admittance
to thehall. A choir of 500 singers and
ocrat. *_________ T ______ ,
two tfrass bands furnished music for the
N oticx to D ebtobs .—Notice is jtereby
occasion. His entire time will be occu
given that tho books and accounts of the pied in New York, New Jersey and Indi
late firm of Littlefield A Calbreath are tn
my hands for collection and settlement,
Sctioot. P opulation .—Prof. McElroy
and all parties knowing themselves in
debted to said firm are requested to call says the school population of Oregon is
at my office and settle immediately, and from 85,030 to 87,000. This includes all
save themselves further trouble, as the between the age of 4 and 20 years. Of
business of said firm must be settled im this number there are 68,000 enrolled tn
tbe sc hools with an average attendance
W. L. B badshaw .
of about 61,000. There are from 3.500 to
N akbow E scape —W. L. Austen met 4 000 more of school age in tlie state thiji
witn a serious accident Ust Batonfoy year than last, as a large number of new-
while tearing down tbe scaffolding at the comer« have -tattled in Oregon The in-
new scliool house in McMtnnylte. He —ase in the number of those who attend
fell with a heavy pole, which «track b m
about 3,000 ---------------
more’ than it was last
«■ro«s tbe neck, and broke his )«• m
This i, a good showing.
three places- He wm taken to the home ,
N ational MsETWa.-The W. C. T. Ü.
of his brother near town, where he t« get-
wiU hold ite fifteenth annual meetings
tin* along M well as can be expected.
It ng along---- ------- _
A nnual MxmNG.-The annual meet-
repute will be pre
mg of the First Preshytenan tfhurchwffi,^
th# meeting. Mra^
Monday ~ Octo- Mary Burt and General Clithou B. Fmk
her 22d, at the chunh, for the election
conventtoo, and Mrw
a ttwttee, and the transaction of such
urermore will respond. The
: y C.
other business as may comeup^ Mem-
beta are requested to atttend And the
iu brot mertmr
The following deeds were recorded dur
Mrs. D. W. Laughlin is ill.
ing the week ending October 13, 1888:
W. E. Bodie is home from Tillamook.
A. M. Hurley and wife to T. J. Harris,
A little boy of J. L. Steward is quite
Thos. Hubbard land claim, t 3
s, r3 w, 160acres; <1,960.
We keep constantly on hand
J. W. Cowles and wifeto E. K. andLo-
Very few from here visited the Me
-A. UeLrgre stoclE of
vina Davidson, lota 1 and 2, tyock 7, Mc chanics’ fair this year.
The weather prophet went to the Me-
Leo. J. Patterson to Wni. Holl, lota 1 chanics’ feir this week.
and 2, block 2, Chandler’s addition to
Mr. Roy Kimberiin, ot Lafayette,
on our streets the other day.
E. K. and Lovina Davidson to Samuel
Never bet on the weight of a hog that
and Dortha A. Wolf, port of the A'. J. Ed
is full of apple juice. Babe 1
son land claim, t 4 s, r 4 w; <6,000.
Lots of new goods in Carlton, and they Queensware,
Sarah C. Branson to Eli T. Branson, s
X of John P. Wood’s land olaim, 15 s, r are selling by the wagon load.
6 w, 310 acres; <150.
Ralph, the carpenter, has finished up
Wm. Holl and wife to Leo J. Patter a nice little cottage for Henry.
» and Shoes,
son, lots 1 4nd 2, block 2, Chandler’s ad
Butch carries his arm In a sling on ac
dition to McMinnville; <800.
count of too much vaccination.
A. M. Hurley and wife tqP. P. Gates,
B. F. Blood will soon move into the
8X acres, part of the Perkin’s land claim ;
house vacated by J. W. Collins.
Malinda Parrish to W. D. Wright, Iota
3, 4, 5 and 6, block 2, Rowland’s addition wave washed shores of Tillamook.
W. A. Howe and Asa Kelsey sojourned
to McMinnville; <220.
Dear to tlie Feminine heart, and
McCain & Hurley to W. D. Wright, in the mountains a few days this week.
lota 3, 4, 5 and 6, block 2, Rowland’s ad
G. H. Smith, M. D., called on us the
dition to McMinnville, <100.
other day, looking as natural as of yore. To man, woman or child cut be procured
Sam. F. Yocum Jto Wm. C. Arthur, 1-7
D. L. Hudson has fitted up a peddling
interest in w X T. J. and E. Yocum’s wagon and will start on the road Mon
land claim; <700.
And all from One FT rm, whose name
is a warrant m itself of Fair Treatment
T. J. Harris (sheriff) to P. P. Gates,
Mrs. J. W. Meanard, of bunchgrass, and Square Dealing. Our
part of lot 2, block 14, town of Lafayette;
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Merchant,
now in and we
invite intending pur
Mary A. Hadley to Alonzo Hadley, 10
The Carlton pest house is located on chasers to give us a call and
acres, part S. D. Snowden’s land claim,
Warehouse street; it has a patent roof examine our goods a prices. lUllUCo
t 3 a, r 2 w; <503.
taken in exchange for goods, for which
J. J. Spencer to Martha A. Redmond, and is nicely furnished.
we will pay all the market will justify.
part of W. J. Garrison’s land claim; 15
Steward’s house and w ill move to town
s, r 4 w; <3,000.
to school his children.
Miss Addie Fonts was baptized on Sun
Men's, Boys’ and Youths'
Pro» Meni................................ Gravar
(teorotary a(8tate................... Tk«a. F.
Sacralary of Traarary........... Okaa. B. I
Swratory ni ih« Interior................. W. _
Wa. 0. KatHooR
Bwrotary otNavy........................................W. 0. Wkltaoy
Pretnaater GoMral............... D m M Dloktaww
^"•«y fteaoral......................................... A. H. GtulanA
Cktef Juittee....,.................lfalvUla W. FaliW
IJ. 8. Mttekatt
And Furnishing Goods,
P. P. Gatea
1. B. Pellowa
0. B. Klagen
1. Bro too har '
At Bedrock Prices,
S hooting M atch .—At the. shooting
match last Saturday there was a fair at
tendance. The Bhooting was for a beef
animal, and there were 32 chances taken
at $1 a chance. Forty yards off-hand or i County Assessor F. M. York has com
sixty yards with a rest, three shots string pleted the assessment for this county,
measure, was the rule, under which the and from the record new i n tlw cl e rk ’s of
match was conducted. Ed. Long and fice the following facts are gathered:
Mr. Edson each had two chances and Mortgages, <342,907; acres of land, 282,-
won the beef, by the following score: 175, value, <2,015,504; town lots, $76,715;
Long’s first chance, 2 1-16 inches; Ed improvements, <713,185; merchandise,
son’s firrLchance, 2 13-16 inches; Ixing's <467,307; money, notes and accounts,
second chance, 3,’a inches; Edson’s seP <972,557; household furniture, $23'3,636;
and chance, 41-16 inches. The next best horses and tr.ule^, 4,913, value, <254,901;
shooting was done by T. H. Bryan and cattle, 9,477, value, <139,976; sheep, 13,-
was 4}g inches. This is not considered 929, vulue, <24,400; hogs, 6,436, value,
extra good shooting by those who are <12,363; ftross values, including railroad
poetesl. There will be another match to and telegraph properties, <6,120,1’42; jn-
' "tittitedness, <1,723,124 ¡exemptions, <362,-
morrow (Saturday) at Carlton.
704; total taxable property, ‘J4,04» AM;
M an F ound .—Report reached this of number of polls, 1,502. The county court
fice on Wednesday that a man had been is to meet on Monday, October 29th, at
found in tlie river’at McMinnville. His which time the levy will likely be made.
appearance indicated that he had been
in the water a long time. He wore good
clothes and had a small amount of
Of district No. 21. Yamhill jaunty, for
money, but no papers, which would give the month ending October 5, 1888:
a c.ue to his indentity. It is supposed
Number of pupils enrolled, 26; average
he was a drummer. L atah .—He was daily attendance, 17; grand total number
identified as a man by the name of Cole, of days attendance, 341; number of caBes
who had been stopping at the McMinn of tardiness, 5; time lost by tardiness, 69
ville hotel, and was in ths water about minutes; average deportment, 98.
two weeks. A flask partly full of whisky
Names enrolled upon tlie roll of honor:
was found on his person, and the general Viola Guenther, Birdie Guenther, Gracie
supposition is that he fell into the river Guenther, Theodote Griffin.
while nnder the influence of whisky.
Names of pupils who have been tardy
T he N ew S teameb .—The fine steamer
Caracas, formerly of the Red line, has
become the Yaquina bay. She has un
dergone thorough repairs, and as she is
to round Cape Horn, she has been
strengthened and braced up every way.
She has cleared New York for Baltimore,
whence she will proceed on her long vey-
age . around the cape, which she is Ex
pected to make in about two months.
Her master will be Captain Lord, former
ly and for many years an employe o(~the
Brazil steamship line.
M ight A pply to the N. G.—Our gov
ernment should insist on the mail car
riers—the railroad companies—delivering
the moi, on time, and the inspectors
should see that it is done. Mail routes
should be arranged so that the people
may get full value for two cents, and
when under such circumstances the ser
vice comes near paying it is time to re
duce to one cent. The present inefficient
A n M. D.—J. D. Fenton, (one of the
system is only worth one cent, but it
widely known Fenton family of Yamhil)
might be well worth two.— W«»t Side.
was a passenger up on the last trip of the
J ail E scapement .—Young Tripp took Oregon, and came around for a short wa
French leave of the county’s hospitality ve. Jeff has been attending medical
on Tuesday afternoon about 6 o’clock. school at San Francisco, and comes back
He got out at the same place tnat Jack to Portland to make a full fledged M. D.
Cooper did. After Cooper’s escape two out of himself. There are eight brothers
iron bars were bolted across the hole, in the Fenton family. Of these, four are
and it was considered alright. But some prominent attorneys, ono a successful
one had the kindness to berro» a mon merchant, and it is safe to say Jeff will
key-wrench from B. W. Dunn s black hit the mark centre as a physician. The
smith shop add pass it in to Tnpp, with other brothers are too young to enter the
which he took out the bolts and made professional field, but they too, will “get
there just the same.”— Aetoria Tranecript.
A W ages .—Yesterday a wager was
made in this city that Harrison would
carry Indiana by 5,000, New York by
5.000, California by 5,000, Connecticut by
3,000 and NewVersey by 2,000, <10 being
placed on each. Another gentleman im
mediately offered to wager $50 to $40 that
the Harrison man would tone in every
case, but it was not taken.— Aibanp Dem
during the month; Charfie Jotnisoo,
Christian Johnson, Tommie Blum, John
nie Blum, b artha Brooks.
M isb M. L avnee , Teacher.
Y amhill F ruit .—Tlie exhtbit of Ore
gon fruits and grains made at the Central
Michigan and Eaton county fairs by
Cbaa. Fleming, of McMinnville, Oiegon,
formerly of Grand Ledge, was one of the
finest displays we ever saw. The fruits
were unsurpassed, even by California,
and the grains were nil tlmUhe moat am
bitious agriculturist could desire. Any
country that can produce such an exten
sive variety of so superior a size and
quality is certainly a desirable place to
locate, other conditiona being satisfac
tory. Charley’s exhibit certainly made
a favorable impression of his adopted
state.—Grund Ledge, Mich., Independent.
day in the North Yamhill river by Elder
Dallas, of Dilley. We-understand that
Mr. Dallas will preach for the Christian
church once a month from now on.
H awk -E vi .
Shs and ta!
October 11, 1888.
New houses aré going up every day.
run law or rawsrArna,
“* <*’• «tarato Bo
llen to the contrary are ooasldored an
to continue their •utaeriptlon,
•■te'rlberu order the diooonUnnanoo of
publisher« may eooUn
»iteeribora negtaot to or refluo to take '
thoir periqdie.1. from tt. oO co to which they
have booa directed, tb«<
till they have Milled f
their paper dtooonUnnod.
4—If rabeorlbore move
«nt to the
andJ eavlni them nMellod for la prima ¿otó-
evidenoe of intentional fraud.
i 4 7Tht. P"“«“*«' »o» »«kleot. to gire the
legal notice of the nealoot of a poroon to take
Business is lively and all doing well.
Jos. Everest and G. W. Wyman have
purchased C. F. Miller’s stock q( general
merchandise, reconstructed the building,
and are constantly adding new goods.
A town meeting was called last t even-
1ng for'thepnr^ rfdt: Isensilng th
ig the pro
priety of constructing a sidewalk to begin
at the southwest corner of G. W. Wy
man’s new budding and running north
to the depot. It was decided to construct
said sidewalk, and a committee of three
—Chas. Richards, G. W. Wyman and J.
D. Carter—was appointed to raise funds
and superintend the construction of the
same. Ttio, t«ople of Newberg,do not
propose to he.behiud other towns in pub
B oombb .
Beryteae wifi be hold at Ute followteg t mor
M “• P“‘Or to oh‘^* of
R. P. UNGERMAN,
as just received a
3d Sunday—It a. m. Pike oehool honao;
willtolected .took of Stoma and Tin
Pr*Tlo"> •* Antterooa’a Mhool
ware, and. propotoo to
obeapor tbaa any
houMln the county. Everything kept on hand, *
¡Bahday—11 a. m. Carlton; I p. ■_
and repairing dono oatleraolorly. and without d JOp. to. Lafayelto. Preacher In charge.
Sept. 29, t-f.
Divlaa eervioee wi'i be oonduoted by 1
L afayettb ,
O bboon . Clyde,
af the Preabvtortaa ohnrob, aa foliar
let Sabbath Of each mouth at Lafeyatla.
Id. and 4th Sabbatbe atZaoa.
3d Sabbath al MoOoy. AU oordlally htvfto«..
Tlie Lafayette Flooring Mill
J. M. Kelty,
Sunday-Lafryatlo, morning and oven
“C heapest and B est ”—I s a combin
ruus on full time until farther
ation as difficult as it is desirable; but
Pelereon'e Magaeine has certainly accom notice.
SUITKK i DANIEL
plished it. The November number is a
gem in every respect. In addition to a
lovely steel-engraving, there are three
full-page wood illustrations.: The stories
are by popular authors and are up to the
usual high standard of excellence. In
the fashion department, beside the Lafayette,
handsome double fashion-plate, there are
scares ot dainty dress-petternH and de
signs lor the work-table, etc., many of
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
them suggestive of very pretty Christ-
mas-preeents. It is time to think of a
»ru«hea, TraeeM, 8nppor-
magazine lor next year, and we cannot
too heartily recommend Petereon. It Plated end Gold Jewafry
stands high among the first-class literary
Patent Moolclnoa, eto., Family Medlclaaa.
monthlies; and as a fashion periodical GOODS WARRANTED A« REPRESENTED
none can equal it. The terms are only
<2 per year, with greatly reduced rates
when taken in clubs, and with unusually
fine premiums to those getting up clubs,
vis: Three copies tor <4.60, with the
beautifully illustrated book of poems,
“Buds and Blossoms,’’ or a large engrav
ing, “The Morning Greeting,’’ lor prem
ium. Specimens sent free to those who
desire to get up clubs. Address PeUr-
evn'e Magaeme, 306 Chestnut street, Phila
K illed a S hake .—On Wednesday a
feat was performed at Newport, says the
Neve, which was very novel and sur
prising. Miss Fannie Seiforth and Miss
Mary Westfall, who With »number ot
their friends, all from Polk county, are
Hazlett, the “pilgrim typo," was in
spending a few days by the seaside, and
while standing upon a log which pro town yesterday.
jected out in the bay discovered a large
fish slowly swimming toward them. They
procured a large rock, and when the fish
came close alongside burled the mlaale
as him, and strange to say, hit him on
back, which projected a little above the
surface of the water. This entirely para
lysed their victim and rendered him an
easy prey. They dragged him ashore,
and the funny looking fish proved to be a
veritable shark three and* half feet in
length. _________ —________
H xavt —Bent. Embree. of Harney
valley, brought into our office thia week
20 * potatoes, the Peerless, weight 36
pounds, smooth and uniform in sixe; 2
thrnipe, 17 pounds; 4 beets, 28X pounds g
4 carrots, 4H pounds. Except the last
named, tope excluded. All are true gar
den vegetable« (no rutabaga nor mangel
wurteeli, raised oo Hdvies river sage
brush land, withoot irrigation, and in a
drouthy season — Bwne Herald.
It is estimated that upwnnia of a hun
public is also invited,
wiU be m attendance a* dred thousand apple Irsee will be set oot
in the vicinity of Ashland during the
Jon Monday, October 15, 1888, delegates. ________
to the wife of
A cow w.«
to" 1*^- coming fall and spring seasons. The de
mand is all for rod apples, «nd the 8pct-
weight, seven ponw»._______ nr,i,y
WHXAT.lstoter A D«iel ^ring |mo^
uofo four day.
174 cents per bushel clear, for
Board of Trastees..
Notice of Appointment of Ekec
Notice to teraby giren that the onAenlgng^'
Hannah W. Bober.e bee been duly eppotnud
by the eooaty court of Y ambili oooaty. Ora
i oe^ozoooiria of lire octeto of Wm. Roberto,
Therefore ell p. nono baria* etaiae agalmt
■eld catato are l ar» by notlHed to precoce
with proper aa-
to the ---- enderateeod
mi the l«m
—« —. A-
_ . ■
at the taw ofltoe <■>
Me, Oregon, within six monlha frota the date
Dated thia 14tb day ot September, ISM.
HANNAH W. BOHKBT8r
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