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, in, person
tokos a paper regular
'< m OP011* otttoe, whether directed in
oranother's, or whether he snh
Slur not. is rtspoiiHilile fur pinm. nt.
If n person orders his paper dimsoitin-
:h must pav arrears, or the publisher
ooutinoe to send it until payment is
t and then coileot the whole amount,
lher the paper 1» taken from the oflk.e ur
!' The courts have decided that refusing
nke newspopera or periodicals from the
doffice, or removing and leaving them in
. office, is prima facie evidence of inten-
Th^Fostinaster-General lias decided
uoostmasters who fail to notify pniilish-
Xnsnl.sctiliers remove, or fail to take
ir nepers from th“ postoilioe, shall lie re-
nablefnr their subscription.
•ticei» hereby given that Nil. C. F.
haw asN«rial<*<l hiuitself
with the“ YAMHIIX Rl:i*OHTF.H^
mid it intvrentrd in the publication
I grand rally in honor of the recent vic-
■v in Washington Territory enfranchising
r women, will be held at Mohawk Hall,
lursdav, Nov. 22. Brief speeches by a
amber of gentlemen and ladies from differ-
it parts of the county—music by Custer
st Band, and McMinn velle Glee Singers,
»at. etc., will be the order of the evening,
C om .
Wild-goose hunting is becoming better.
Remembei the Executor’s sale next Satur-
• teh .‘J'*-.1".8 Í" U"'ir I“‘“«ssi<.n the
Northwuat News” was perfectly cor
Ch in i. V’v
‘»«Ring to the M. E. rect in its statement < published yesterday
reqU‘U‘ rUUr“them ug 800,1 niorniug) that the long-talked-of foot rauu
between Mai tin and Ryan would not take
C om . on hooks .
place at City View Park. Reliable informa
Ilr. Trnlliimer „ft. is n„, ioitowins eeutle- tion was received at the office that the whole
affair uas a put-up job and was intended
( Lau.uretie. Htt-V. br. Wftite. < ,
A|)p„rl only for the purpose of bilking a too-confid
»■•». Br. N„rrw. br. Park. r, ( „„¿er fiJX ing public, which never seems to gain wisdom
liverymen, all of OreRun City.
’ bj ■ KDMiMMD. Yesterday ath-mooii a larg»-
crowd crossed to the other side of the river
1 l,Klv "f esperienca to take in the expectation of witnessing a Itonatide
oharRo of a house and family of two ohil- contest. Martin and Ryan were both on
<lr. n—I m ,*!* „, r |H one ; a I1( t th (,
hand, but their backers could not agree up
old. Heasouable wages. Apply to
on a referee, and the match was declared off.
It is understood that no porton of the stake«
on q *
C harles G boening ,
had been put up, but that the money will tie
placed in the hands of some responsible party
We take pleasure in recomending Hall’s to
day. and that the race will be run next
flair Kenewer to onr readers. It restore« Sunday, it would l>e well, however, for the
Rr.iy hair to >ts youthful color, prevents bald people of Portland to have a care that they
ness. makes the hair soft and glossy does do not place too much reliance upon state
not stain the skin and is altogether the Itest ments of this kind.—“ News.”
known remedy for all hair and scalpdiseases.
The Little Tomb.
Michael Aylward, of Gopher Valley, last
week brought Dr. Johnson some fine snare
rib ; the Dr. divided, «nd we all had a fea«t.
Once more the leaves begin to fall
1 hey were taken from young hogs and were
Upon the dying earth ;
indeed palatable. We don’t know who to
And every late-born dower’d drooped
thank for them—whether the Dr. or Mr. Ayl
Ito little head in death.
ward—bat we guess, both.
As here 1 stand, a mortal, lone
presence of the dead,
Dr. Trullinger’s Green valley Saha is a sure
And call in memory back again
cure for scratches, harness and saddle galls,
The spirit that has ded.
cuts and sores of any kind. Good for man
• »rlH-ost. k food healinff salve is Hnething
An ivy green alone remains,
that every family shou.d keep. BnyTrnllin-
Upon the little ruound.
ger’s Salve and yon will have the best and
The pansies aud the dasies sleep
cheapest Halve in the market.
With her, beneath the ground—
We should have mentioned last week the
Whose little form was laid away,
receipt of a neatly bound book entitled ’• The.
So pale, so cold, so still—
Last Spike,” and compliments of Mess’rs
To re&t a id sleep the sweetest sleep
stiver <\ Walker, of Portland. The (....k
Beneata the sacred hill.
contains a full and complete description of
the country along the line of the Northern
A flower bom. but not to bloom,
Pacific Railroad, and as a guide to travelers
A fair and tender bud—
would be convenient.
The icy blasts of winter chilled,
soon the flowing blood.
Married—At the residence of the bride's
Once mure a prayer and tear for thee.
parents, in MoMiniiville. Oregon, Nov. 15th,
Beneath the little mound.
1883. by Rev. E. Russ, Mr. John W. McCnl-
I fam would hope we meet again
longh and Miss Ellen Ecelesion, both of Mc
Where sorrow is not found.
Minnville. Compliments received in the
shape of cake and cigars. May our young
M erourius .
friends live long and happily together, and
may their pathway be smooth and unclouded.
A Grand Masquerade Ball will be given by
Custer Post, G. A.R.
New Goods !
NewPricos! Sappington & Laughlin
Thanksgiving Evening, Nov. 29, 83.
ROBISON & BAKER,
[SUCCESSORS TO R. II. TODD.]
On ( onluinei.
J. A. PECKHAM,
G. L. PARKER.
J. C. COOPER.
D. H. TURNER,
A. L. SAYLOR,
A. L. NEWGARD.
J. W. GAULT,
J. A. PECKHAM.
J. B. GARDNER,
J. C. COOPER.
Would call the attention of the Farmers o f
Yamhill and Washington Counties, to the fact
that they have the agency tor some of the bea
makes of Farm Machinery, among which
they may mention the
TOB ACCO AND CIG AH«,
TOILET GOOD«, NOTIONS, ETC., ETC
DODD’S HAY RAKES
Tiie Westinghouse Thresher,
In fact all kinds of Farm Machinery.
^^Prescriptions carefully compounded
all hours, day or n ght.
Our goods have t II been marked down to the
owest living rate • Give us a call and see fo
h ook managers :
J. M. KELTY,
McMinnville, Or.. June 21, ’81-20tf.
W H. HARRISON.
TICKETS—Without Supper, 81.50
Spectators, 50 Cents.
Supper can be obtained at hotel, convenient.
Arrangements will be made.
By order of
D. II. TURNER.
J, C. C ooper ,
Two story dwelling with brick basement,
good well and cistern with two lots 110x120.
P rizes .
All kinds of small fruit and choice shrubbery
Following is a list of the prizes to be
and flowers. Desirably located. Must be sold
awarded at the masque ball, to be given on
soon. For terms apply to G. G, BINGHAM,
J. R. LONG AC UK.
J, R. FLETCHER. Real Estate Ageut.
the eveuing of the 29th inst:
Best sustained character personated by a
House, barn and six lots. Terms are half
ludy—Celluloid toilet set. value $10, to be
down, balance on time.
Situated in central
seen at Rogers & Todd’s.
of town. For particulars apply to Geo. G,
Finest < odume—Pair of opera glasses,
BINGHAM, Real Estate Agent.
value $7.50, at Parker's.
(Successors to W. J. Garrison.)
Best lady waltzer—Pearl card case, value
$5.00, at Holl’s jewelry store.
Best gent waltzer—Diamond scarf pin,
value $5.00, at Hartman's store.
this market, the aliove
Best representative of Y amhill R eporter ,
—Silk hat. value $5.00, at H. Fisher's store. firm hav?removed it to the Wallace building, STERLING R. A C. No. 16
corner of Third and C Sts., where they are
prepared to furnish the public with
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or
C hristmas T ree
before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn
A number of our citizens met at Fireman,s Fresh Meals, Sausages of all kinds, ing companions cordially welcomed.
Head Clieese, Fresh Fish, Sult and
Hall, on Monday evening to make arrange
ments for a Christmas tree. A. V. R. Snyder
In fact everything kept in a
was chosen chairman and Chas. Grissen.
secretary of the meeting. Ideas were ad
vanced by .Mrs. Loughary. Messrs. C. Gris- Tl KSTCLASS J|.l l< k ET I\HF.NSMAKING «lone in the Best of
-L-* Style, at ail times, by
sen. A. B. Baker. M. U. Gortner. W. G. Hen-
< . Hurgy A Nister,
denon and G. W. Jones, after which. U|M.||
At the old Rowland residence, on B street,
We »hail also carry a stock of
motion it was decided to have a Christmas
tree undut the auspices of the ladies uf Mc
Canned Fruits, of all Kind
Minnville. Ou motion a committee of six
Highest Cash Price paid tor all kinds of
ladies was appointed to make necessary ar
rangements. Following is the committee ; Fat Stock.
Mrs. Clark, Misses Cora Wallace. Susie
We would most respeetfiillv ask a share ol
Loughary, Nora Hendricks. Mary Martin and the patronage of this community.
A LL persons knowing themselves indebted
u (.ui ii. i
I h. i. ill hM MMtl put in
to uh will please call and settle up imme
motion in denty time this year so that by J3-27v L_____ LONGACRE FLETCUER.
________ diately, as we must have our money.
the time the event transpires, enough will
ROGERS & TODD.
have been iccumulated to make all happy.
McMinnville, Nov. 1, 1883—14.
More will be said in the future rqgHiding (he
Western remedies for western diseases
Try Trullinger’s Condition Powders—a sure
all diseases of the stomach,
Bovs’overalls, patent buttons 50 cents at liver, blood, .'or
loss of appetite’ ete.. and will, if
taken in time, cure all the various ills horses
Mens' all wool cassimere overshirts $1, at and cattle are subjected to. Remember,
those powders are manufactured by a veter
inary surgeon and are fast gaining an un
Abie Talmage has gone to Astoria, to work shaken reputation among horse owners.
the new paper.
E ditor R eporter :—I may have been wrong
W. J. Jones, of Newberg, was up and paid in calling the “Oregonian” affair personal
g a visit last week.
in your Inst i^sue.but as you well know.it re
There will be glass ball shooting at this flects more or less on the P M here. I know
that there has been a great deal of careless
ness some where that should he looked after
Corker, of Lafayette, says he can’t run a and through the columns of tho leading pa
ieaa without cash.
pers is the place to speak of the piaiter. It
Ladies lined gloves, lace or button, a large w ill make us .ill mine cuii !'; 1 and attentive
to business. Next.
tent at H Fisher’s.
The following names have noent ly been
County Clerk Spencer was in town a couple
added to the roll at the new College:—Miss
days during the week.
Minnie Simiii an-1 Rosa Batea, of Baker City,
Kelt Thursday is Thank^ivipg. And the Miss Olive Brown of North Yamhill, Thomas
liter sees no turky sign.
Kay, of Brownsville, T l Martin and A M
of Amity. J 11 Cook. M 0 Ginbine.
Bev. Janies Matthews will preach in this Sanders,
I; i. Il .ii. n MisoenE8 Huguelet,ELHun
tynext Sunday, at 11 a. in.
saker, Georgia Story. Orrin C Skinner, and
Frank Fletcher, of Dayton, dropped in W 8 Turner, of this place
see us Saturday evening.
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla thoroughly cleanse^ the
W, S. A. Ratification meeting at Mohawk blood, stimulates the vital fuifctions, and re
stores the health and str« ngth. No one
whose blood is impure can feel well. There
The Masque Rail next Thursday gives is a weary, languid feeling, and often a sense
wise of beiug a grand affair.
of discourageiuent and despondency. Per-
Corker, of Lafayette, sayt» l|t» would like to sona having this feeling should take \ m i \
Sarsaparilla to purify and vitalize the blood.
tveiome money juet about novy.
Strayed ”10111 tl)e premises of the under
Brad H. Fisher’s advertisement, and you
signed, abqut two months since bcveu head
11 And things exactly as they are,
ewes and one buck iamb -all
It takes but 100 feet space for George Har- the ewes b dug branded with the tetter “O”
1 to fall in. when on roller skates.
in red paint on the hip ; buck unmarked,— O ur C ounty T axes .
Any person knowing the whereabouts of Total taxa de prop.. $3,865,049 00
P. W. Morgan, of Sheridan, was in town snob
sheep ''ill confer a favor on the owner
“ lax a 17*< milts
I dropped in to see us, Saturday.
bv letting him know of the same.
School tax .it 4 mills. .$15,460 19
A number of our young people have order
State tax nt 5.6 mills.. 21,644 27
roller skates from San Francisco.
County tax at 7.9 mills 80.583 89 $67,688 35
1,367 polls at $1 each. 1,867 00
Chris Newbv has moved with his family to
Dr. J. Trullinger. the well known veterinary
in. occupying the “ Hughes” house.
surgeon, of Oregon City, Oregon, will visit
Total County Tax..$31.900 89 $81,900 89
Yamhill cuu.itv about November 10th, and
Mens' merino undershirts or drawers 50 ett* will
canvas the county professionally, taking
Ii, ypleiidid goods (or tl|e money at H. wholesale
or lew for his valuable medicines. T hanksgbtng S ervtce «,
T'hue will bo services at the Episcopal
The Du. is a graduate «nd can furnish the
8. F. Hurtinau has the best assortment of best of rtf rences. 1 he disease known as Church 01 Thanksgiving Day, 29th inst, at
hour-i. Rev. J. R. W. Sellwood officiat
ry in the county. Do not fail to take a the staggers, a specialty. All kinds of surgi
cal work done sientifically. Consultations ing. Rev. Sellwood will then remain with us
k at it.
over Send« y and hold services on that day.
Peter Hartman, of Dayton, dropped in for free.
Last week we stated, through being mis
mt and to secure the R eporter , one day
informed by an overzealous peddler of news,
that Meier, the fellow who stole from the
ar r. w. redmond .]
HrsT. W. Spencer has been over from the residence of Granville Baker, was brought to
Bl on a visit with parents,other relatives Lafayette for examination. This was an
error. A bill was found against him in the
Don’t let a chicken that will crow all hours < irenit Court of Multnomah county, and on Wheat, per nuanci.
the night, live—not longer than Thanks- Tnursday wa< taken before Judge Scott and Flour, per barrel..
entered a plea of “not «guilty.” There is no Date, i»er bushel....
nng. at any rate.
chance of his escaping however, as lie admit Dried Apple», per pound............
If you want to get a good Pocket-knife, ted to officer Belcher that he committed the riui.js,
k at those at B, F, Hartman s, before theft, and that he walked to Portland after Bran, per |*r
Ground feed, |*»r tan.. ........... .
The date fixed for the Bunday bchool Con Potato«^ per biwhvl
The new Baptist Ghuroll has been com-
ted and will be dedicated one week from cert by the I nion Bunday Bclpxj, that we Onions, per poqnd............. .
Kt Sunday, Deo. 2nd.
mentioned briefly last week, is Friday even Bacon Sides, per pound..,,,..,.....
Dec. 14th. The «affair is under the man Ham. per pound........................
f you want a good Library Lamp call and ing.
of our musical friend. M. U. Gort Shoulder«, }»er pound.................
those at B, F. Hartman’s. Just the thing agement
ner. and as most of our prominent singer« Lard, per pound.........................
a Christmas present.
and musiciai s are interested, we may expect Butter, per pound.......................
be G. A. R. boys are offering as prizes for a musical treat. The price of admission is Egg«, per dozen........................
mabquerade ball, some of the tinest arti- very reasonable—free. But you must not Hide», dry flint, per pound........
neglect to take a little change with you. as Hides, green, |>er pound............
1 that can be found in the market.
there will probably be a collection.
Dressed Hogs, per cwt........ ......
Itos? Ladies' Ties, Fichus, Collars «and
There h is been plenty of fun U<*re the past Wool, per pound .......................
idkerchiefs at B. F. Hartman’s are the
week : A couple of gentlemen opened a Tallow, per pound......................
st in the market. Call and see them.
skating rmk at Mohock Hall <>n l’hursday Chickens—grown—per dozen... . 4
By referring to our advertising columns evening, giving the use of their skates, free,
1 can find the dates that BLeriff Collard 01 and of course the skates were in great de
deputy will visit you for the collection of mand. Boys, girls middle aged men and P lease N otice !
women—all took a hand and such motions,
All persons indebted to the undersigned
'id von see thoae graceful, delicate wed- strides an 1 general “ mix-ups” we have never are requested to make payments by the 1st
iK cards ? They were made by Suyde the liefore seen. But as the business has been day of Nov.. 1888,.and thereby save costs.
lntw. Call at the K efobter office and see running for several evenings, some of our This is the last call.
folks have become acquainted with the pesky
W F. B angasher .
things and get around quite gracfully. And
•rker, of Lafayette, says he has stretched among them we believe George Harns is
credit uuiil it is ho thin no one can hoc it the boss ; but at the oommenoeinent he could
iiaijer. He wants coin or greenbacks to fall “ longer’* than any person in the room.
ken it with.
A party wus over in Viert McMinnville last
l> T. Branson, of Sheridan, one of our Thursday, and tells us that John Brucks was
st subscribers, was in town a day or two. the wildest man he ever saw. Word came to
yeek. Of course he had to come and the mill that something had transpired over
at his house : that his wife had given birth
sell,at Public Auction,
to a tine boy. John pulled bis hat and
Clinger’s Excelsior Liniment is one of wampus and dashing them into one of the at the farm of
rarest compounds of liniment for sprains burrs, th; t was running at lightning speed,
•*y. callous lumps, rheumatism, nuiulr- started for the house I ike a quarter-horse and
’<»f the limbs, etc. Try it.
veiling like a Comanche at the top of his decea.eJ, ia Mappv Valley, on
h Jno. B. P. Piette is living on his farm voice; ’ duhnny Sax has been putting 041 a
'•Mies south of thia place; but is deeiruiis darned auht o’ style QW m<L ^tely ; but
’ll stop it new . I'm a* bi« a dad as be is. I Saturday, .Nov. *21, 1 SMI.
whng Lis farm, which we are sorry of. he
am Wh ■»»!>!” The neighbor? sat up with at 11 o'clock a. m., the following described
be *unM make ns an excellent citizen.
John but two nights : but it is still necessary
to Wni. Holl’s and see that silver set to keep a dose watch over him.
Jtoine lucky man is sure to get away
i on New Years day. Bny $5 worth of the title of a new work by D. M. helsev. «and
wy and you get a ticket entitling you to H a lw»uk that should be in the family of
every patriotic cilM*>nof tl.i« oouniry. It two giving milk and several of them farrow
jwt recrived the latest style of flue dress contains .xploits of scouts and spies, hand and lat,
*2» clot ties for the Holidays which H. le hand struggles, imprisonments aud hair-
wt sells for $25. Those Suits come in baeadth escapesof those who fought on both TEN HEAD of FAT CALVES,
each suit seperate. and are called the -id-s of the line in the struggles from 1*61 to
♦u; having »Mi8 large octav»> pages printed on
TWELVE HEAD FAT HOGS,
•Z* REW** giMHls.
th»* l»ewt of paper, with 13» fine engravings of
to^rntvr. that with each $5 worth of uerwma) exploits, portraits of heroes, etc.-
SIX HEAD STOCK HOGS.
toy purchased of Wm. Holl, the pur Mr. Cha», tins* n, at tl*« Bakery, ta »grid
*r ts entitled to a ticket to th;* lottery for this work, and ns it ««iw nt « very reas I hre*r llor««*«, en<* < olt. Waien ll«*r
** full silver set valned at $‘«d will •" onable price, we expect to **e him receive a
nr»*«. flow. llarrnU.
on New Years’ Day.
large number of orders f<’t it.
*** are two shooting galleries in town.
Only twentv-two feet of water in Third 340 Bushels Oats. 10 Tons Hay,
L. Parker’s, the other at H Street Lake. It has been suggested that this
e,co s. «nd the “ pop” of the little cart body of water bn tapped and run off onto and other article« too nume<ouz to mention.
can be heard at almost any hour. The wtne level tract »» that in case of a freeze-
Uo some good shooting.
IIV then would be go*»d skating : but we ob
’ J*jksr authorizes us to state that he ject. as it has bi-en clearly sh»»wn that eume
our roost enterprising
k^p Masque suits on hand and tho*>*
ball DeThursday eve- lar r property <»wi*crs are »»••sir«»os tn it tnai «
*n«>nhl give him their order at nno and neat. Snr?» ous. beautital. maygy. duwzr-v*
fnl p»ol should remain right where it w. «H
order them from below.
would »»rfer aw»ther «mgovstion regarding
** men think that it ia only neoess»rv This bodv of water : People shtreld not drive
® up a or hi p|e of powU. nail a couple of up that street ; they rmvht disturb the
l'?‘toihero. lay a shingle «»n top of them waters. tnd while sfwskm« of the matter ]
.. VOO can play in whv would it not be a
iUT »'ght dollars per month.”
Shaker socks 7 pairs for a dollar at H.Fisli-
Grand Masquerade Ball
McCarter & Aiderman
Hoosier Hay Rakes
Wagons and Buggies
t'arriane* fiuti BlmkmHtth
Misses Russ £ Foster
ETOTICE is her by g-v* n I hat f am no Ion
■L5 ger connected with the lumbering firm of
Harvey A Francis, having with
Would respectfully announce to the Ladies Hemstock,
from the same. Thanking the public
of McMinny ille and vicinity that they have drawn
I hope the firm of
removed to the new buildipg opposite the Hemstock A extended,
Grange Store (
meet with unbounded success.
C. W. FRANCIS.
McMinnville, Nov. 1, 1883—w4.
Cahn, NickRlsburg & Company’s
Celebrated California Made
At Amity. Or.
NOW IS THE TIME TO IMPROVE
Parties desiring to improve their stock of
Hogs, will bear in mind that I have a
Ful l-Hloo<t Jersey Keil Hour,
For which I will charge the small sum of $5
per head for breeding, believing that they are
the best hogs on the coast, and fust superced
French Flowers in Velvet, Pluih aud Silk, ing all others breeds.
A lso for S ale —A number of Thoroughbred
Ornmneiitii ok Ever) Description,
Jersey Boars and Half-breed Jersey and Po
In fact everything to be found in a tnillmeiy land China, which make a fine cross, at rea
B. F. HARTMAN.
or notion store.
Please give u? a call, and vou will be con
vinced that we have the best goods and* most
and have received a splendid stock of
Notice ¡8 hereby given that parties indebted
to me must make settlement by the 1st of
November, 1883. All bills unsettled at that
lime will be placed in the bauds of an attor
ney. for collection.
(' iiar . HIRSCR.
McMinnville, Oct II, 1883—3014.
I have just received a fine loi of
Fall and Winter
BOOTS and SHOES
Every pair warranted made l>v white labor,
of th«- Bert Stock i© the market. Wo also
BUM! BUM! Fancy Goods,
Ladies Misses A.Children’s
For sale by all the Principal Dealers in Ore
gon and Washington Territory.
A t ul I and Complcle line of the
above Wei l>k now u Good» for Sale al
H. FISHER S,
CAI1Y. NICKELBBURG A CO.,
129 A 131 Saoaome St., San Francisco.
Factory 115 A 117 Hayes St.
I if That1» the racket, A I
Wheat Receipts, and
The cheapest farm in Yamhill
County. F©r terms apply to
Geo. G. BINGHAM,
Real Estate Agent.
Pay I i>.
All parties indebted to me are hereby noti
fied that they must nettle the same by Nov.
1st, 1MH3. otherwise their accounts will be
placed in the hand« nt an attorney. tor rolle»*-
n Thw m bu-inea«
J. C. CASWELL.
McMinnville, Oct 11— Id.
line, as goo<l as t he h< b». on -diorl n<-
SNYDL I HE PKIN1 Ek.
Please rail an<l examine Goods before pur-
I »sing els »where.
You'« lb»» pert fully.
Price $25 per Acre.
tit Besides everything < I m - in the
Farm ? Sale
one and a-lialf
west of Amity.
200 acres in cultivation ; new
house; young orchard just be
ginning to bear.
not it i:.
Notice ¡8 hcrabv given that I ' Is will be re
ceived at tfce offi» •• of the City Recorder <»f
McMinnville. Oregon, unhl the Huh dev <»i
November, 1883, for the c-miraet of uitchin -
Ordinance No. 22 required m he done, on th»
Eart side of Block Is in Jonns* a'ldilion to the
Town of McMinnville, and tor 100 feel on the
, 13s« aide of Block 14 of Mid Town. Reference
n» made lo Aast Ordinance for th»- rriaun»*r of
making Mid improvement«. The right tn rw-
ject anv and all bol» is reserved.
J. H. MAP.TIN,
Nov. 8, 1883—3511.
r. ir. nEnjnoA'n
Land Oflice at Oregon City, Oregon, )
Oct. 23, 1883. i
Notice it- hereby given that the fol low in g-
nain»*d eet'krbM fibrt notice of bi« intention
fo make fi tai neuuf in support of hi« claim,
i n4 that «niri proof will be mad«1* befr»re the
< ounty Clerk of Tillamook County, at Tilla-
fiHiok, Oregon, on Monday, iMr. 3, >M8, via;
Ailliam G. Kel«o, Horviretead Entry No. 3,178
or JxH 9 of Sec 25 ami Lot 12 of Rec 26, T 1 8,
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He narr«« the following witncerea to prove
All person« knowing them«elv«e indebted n
bi« eontin pmm re«id«-n<* upon ami cultivation
the ’in«ler»tgn»*d will please rail an»! settle
All ««vMint* not «allied by the lut
Novem »f Nii«i lai d, vix : John Day, Jamea Squire«,
ber next Wil! be planed in the hand« of a rol- E P Old« «nd W T Newcomb, all of Tillamook
Tillamook county, Oregon.
Jertor A»r collection.
D. W. COX.
L. T. BARIN, R^gwUr.
Hberidan, Sept. 18, 1883—m2.