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LAKCCOUfNY CXAIINER, LAKEVIEW, OREUON. DEC. II, 102.
1 7 .'
IMw. H. Tull wim over from VIh
HIIIm TlitirNilny on IiiihI IiumIiichx.
I'. I". Mi-Caiiy mnl II. I". Lime of
Silver Luke wit In tin' County Hfiil
K r 1 1 ink Kav.iiitn W IiihW y in ll'li'kl
mnl li.i-l. I'll ymi'iHim rctoiiiinciitl it.
I '(phi V Is inn . tl
I. Punk of 1'rliii-vlll' iiimm-i
llirciHL'li l.uUi'Vli'W IiimI vi'k on liU
w ay lioini".
W. I'.. lliiniiioii ol I'mIhIi v U liny
Ink ii couple of rnr IuihIm of Iioi-wh
mnl will take I Ih iii to SiKTHini'lito
valley I IiIh winter.
(il l n line liul liutli (porcelain tlll), II
I'lenti shave hii.I m it v style hair in I at
Frank I), Smith's, next iliNir ti Hank, tl
Unlit. Ilenellel lift IiimI Wifk for
lloKiie Ulvrr Valley. He may ion
rluile to mihI the winter at Coom
Hay for IiIh liealt Ii.
II. K. Marker, the l.nkevlewAlttini
MtiiKi'inan Iiiim Nome line new waKoim
for liU line now. One cimtlug: floo
wiim iii( on the roala few dayx no.
lien vim Hnk lur Jeso Moore Ii l -ky
l Hiir-1 you get It. Ilcint let Hiiynlie
lell yuii they have nonit 1 1. 1 n if juxl Hi
good. See Jnininerthiil.
Mr. iH'lla I-wIh IiihI Week reeelveil
a eliet k for .khi In payment of the
lienelli lar.V hel.l III the A ( I' W Lmlue
of liU Ii hnli;e Mr. I - Ih wiim a ineiu
Irr. ICiihm-II Saue Ha.VM thill ri'lll for
.Iiiiii m are luiMfort iiiieM. Hut, even ho,
t he count ry Ih full of ieoite willing,
eye, iiiixIiiiih, to loail up with Hiirh
See Mm. K. I. Smith ll Viiii w lull to
order ti rxt -i-liiHH wraps hiui tailnriiiatlc
goods. Agent f'ir the Initio i F.tlvard
ll. (iKlKKUlllll Co., Chi 'ago. 411-11
A I'm IIihhI old iniild I nix ailopteil
n luiliy ami the haliy Ih a lioy. She
v M h I m ii i M I to win the other Hex,
even tlioiiuli nhe hail to roinuieiu'e at
I he Ih-IuiiIiiu;.
)iu million hiiIiiioii fromthej
I'nlteil St a ten llMheiy on Untile t'ivrk .
( al., were nellt from Alulel-Hou lant
wirk, ruiiMniMl to TitHiuaiila, nil Ul
fiml Hoiith of AtiNtralla.
Tuke no ut her, Imve no nlher, imp ixij
other lil-ky t him " Jet-he Moote." It's
lielter 1 1 1 ii i it i y ether, ami vou cmi have
ilfnrll fkinn, hut get it. Jiiiiii.ier
thul keep it
1 1 oiilil lie a uooil thiiiK If Home
one woulil Invent a miu hiiie to pre
vent roohii'i-H from uivinufulHf nluruiH
hy crow ln two hoiirn liefon day
light mi Sunday iiioriiiiiK'H.
I I ii nk Mai-Hhal after HpclulliiK
KU'vernl weekn In Keiio on IiIh way to
San 1'raiu lHco, ret urned to Lakeview,
hn vine found lieiio alioiit unjoin I a
place to Npciiil a few dollars an the
Cyrus Nnlile Whisky the old i-liam-piot'i
ami still champion of them hII.
I'setl in nil tirst-class places. Ask for
I'ryiiM Nohlii -HHe k'mhU when you want
a good drop at hunie. 37 if.
A boy vi8 horn In Ketldlnu a lew
ilayn ao who Iiuh a ureiit-ureut
grandmother, a ureal Krundiiiot her.
a Kriiinlinot her, ami u mother all
llvliiK In California. The lit tie fellow
tx therefore of the fifth living p'liera
tlon. State KepiVHentatlvo It. A. F.mmllt
Iiiih lieeii In the moiintaliiH went of
PalHley wltli arrow of men, coinplet
InH a Kovernineiit nurvi'y for the pant
few weeks. lie made hiM liead
p:iarterH at the Ilenellel hiiw mill for
a nhort time.
Nuveral cupio ol the North wentcrn
8t(Kk Hireitory, complied hy SIohb A
Linhtly, iirinterfi of Altumii, have len
left al thiH otlieti (or diHtrihution. It is
a valuable IkmiU lor Btockmen and worth
the price. tl
IltmeluirK Ih enjoying a HrtelaHH
railroad lioom. On the HtieiiRth of
thin boom two addltloiiH to the town
have been platted, on to the north
of town and acroHH leer rnn-k, and
the other adjoining ItoHeburn' on the
Hoiith. The Houthern Ih laid out by
private partleH, while, the northern
addition Ih under the control of the
(ileal Central Railroad, the new
compuny that Ih prepartln to build
a railroad from Coon Hay to ItoHe-bui'K-
A gluxH or two of water taken half an
hour before break ftiHt will iimmlly keep
the huwelH reiulur. llarHli cul hurticH
Khould be iivoideil. When a purgative
iHlieeiled, take I'liamberlaiii'a Stomach
,81111 l.iver I alilelH. I liev are mild and
"gentle in their action, l'or sale by l.oo
Hcall, tli nj-'nint.
EoI& in paraorapbo
The ileath of .1. K. Mi tlarn-y, editor
ofthelwike County Dxaiiilner, bint
week, recallmuie of the iiiom! lutercMt
liiK little IncldeiitH that ban ever
brightened the Held of Oregon
joiiriiallHiu, hii.vm the Pendleton Kant
OrcKonlnn. At the time of the lire In
Lakevlew, In May, Hhhi, Mcdarrey
wiim editor of t he Kxamlucr and .1. C.
Oliver wan editor of the IikeCounty
KlIHtler. The I wo papei-H wcrehlttcr
opponeutM and delllited to take op
poHlte hIiIch of every ipieHtlon. It
wiihii coiitlnual "wrap" In l,akcvlw,
and the H-ople became divided, more
or Ichh, on local IhhUcm out of defer
ence for their favorite pajMT.
Finally the Lakevlew fire of HHHI
wiped out the town, uewHpiiH-r
HhopM and all. One puM-r naved a
few cihch of tyH' and one naved an
old Job pri'HH. la the mltUt of the
Had HM-etaclc of Ihcdf violated town
aiidthw vaulHhed fortuueH of many
citlzeiiH. Home wnit termed the dcH-
tructloii of the rival oIIIcch "barrlern
burned away." It wiim Iiojn'iI that
old bit terneHMi'H had Ih-cii coiiHUiued
with the olllee flxturen, and that a
more coiiKeiilal Hplrlt would revive
In the work of n tnilMIn the town
and imllliiu local IntcrvHtH.
The tiioliiln following the lire the J
lltorn of the KiiHtler and the Kx-
amliier met In a buti her idiop that
had lMen naved from dent ruction.
It would not Ih- fair to Jent now
about the IncoimriinilH idea of "word
buti hiTH" hIicIiciIhk: under the roof
f real liiitrliiTH. They compared
lioteM mikI took HtiH'k.and after, nliuk
IliK IiuikIh t hey Ih-uii to net a few
lliu-H of type for a tire edition. For
the hcndlilicH, let tern from different
foutH were umciI. There wan not a
complete cane left, but the uiiHhaH-ly
luechaiiieal make-up did not detract
from the Hplrlt that actuated the
work. It wan the happiest day that
had visited Lakevlew jouruallHin for
many a bitter mouth. The jieople
appre-latel the public-spirited task
tt in- niuiim ihiii Kf nrsvriy
encouraio-nient. The nMU It, Indeed,
wan "buVrierH burned away."
How la Prcvrat roap
It will be uihmI iicwh to the mothers of
Hinall childri-ii to learn that croup on
tie prevented. The timt Hliin of croup in
IniHrneiieMf. A day or two l-lnretlie at
lai k llie child Im-ciiiiu' bourne. Thia n
HiHin (iillnwed by a peculiar rotih coilk'h.
Hive CliHinberluiii'M Coiinh llemetly
freely hh kimhi hh the child become
hiian-e, or even after the miitth eolith
appearH, and it will tlifpcl all HyinptoniH
el croup. In thin way all thinner ami
anxiety may be avoided. Thi remetly
ih lined by many thoilKiindH of mothers
ami hat never been known to fail. It ia
in fact, the only remedy that can lie de
Mti(letl iiHin and that ia pleaaant and
Hafe to take. For bale by l.eo Heal I,
In view of the ncarclty and blub
price of wood It Ih a trood time to
buy one of thone new ntoven which
are Kuuranteetl to nave one half the
fuel lined by ordinary utoven. Since
ho many Lakevlew cople are entire
ly out of wood It 1 1 j i k I t Ih well also
to limine on the Irlsliman'H Idea that
If one ntove Having half the fuel why
not ct two stoves and Have it all.
V burton 4 Smith'a I'alace continues
to lie the fMipular club room. If vou ar
ItHikinte for a man vou will likely find
him at the I'ahice. (ittorijo and Fent
always treat their patrons well. latest
periiMlicalH. I'ri vale club room, 42-lf
A frli'iitl at our olbow hiivh that a
creamiTy hi or near Iikevlew would
bo a lictter paying Investment than
a liaml of Hheep. There Ih no doubt
of lta payliiK from the Htart. There
Ih not butter In the market half the
time, ami ImportH are made regular
ly from the Adiu t'rvnmory lu Cali
fornia and other point h.
Post &. King are now reouivins big in
voices for their winter trade. All the
(liumt brands of liqueurs and cigars are
kept there, l'ost & King furnitih the
home with the beut hranus for medicin
al purposes. 42-tf
A Timely HucKrulloa.
This is the season of the year when
the prudent and careful house wifo re
lileniHhes her supply of Chamlicrlain's
l'oiih Koiuudy. H is curtain to he need
oil Imfore the winter is over, and rewultt
are much more prompt anil nut mlai'tory
when it is kept at hand and given hh
soon as the cold is contracted and lie
come settled iu the syHtt'in. In aluioHt
every instance u severe cold may he
warded off by taking this remedy freely
as stxin as the first indication of the cold
appears. There is no danger in giving
it to children for it containa no harmful
substance. It is plt-iiHiint to take both
adults and children like it. Buy it and
you will get the bent. It always cureB.
tor sale by U'o lteall, dtuugiHt.
change for Barley, Wheat or Flour.
DRY GOODS GROCERIES
Shirt Waist Patterns Crockery and Glassware
Ladies Facinators Mens Felt Boots
Novelties Mens Rubber Shoes
Ladies and Misses Underwear Ladies and Misses Shoes
Ladies and Misses Hose & Mens Boots and Bootees
Velvets and Laces oc Boys Caps and Hats
Kid Gloves oys Clothing
StitiMTltivra to Tli Ki. miner who ri-mnv.
(ruin - liM allljr U anoilii r, ur ImliK
I I r Miiiim't .'tftri-tta hntilfl ri'in'-mtM-r Ui
1rdi thin iifllrr cant mi tln-lr pfr can b Ki
ll ri-axil In I he rlillil -HHiKirtlcf.
TUIP DIDCD I kri'l (lie t K.C. tiAKI'a
I ll I -1 rArtn A.lxtrtl.lnr Ain M aul
Mi-ri lianta' Ku limir, Han Krani faco, ( al.,
wht-rt ctiiilracln ftir aitvcrliilng can Im marS
t'nlli il Htati-a Ijunl Oftli i- at litkcvi'-w, Ort
vtiu, Nnv. I, mtl. Nfiti'- u hvri'by Klvt-n
thai lh ftilliiwlnir-iiatiii'tl at-ttlt-r han fllfl iiti-tiri-
ol hi I ti i- n I Ion to m t k flnal rof In
iiiMrt tit his claltn, an'l that aald nrtMif will Inmate-
iMfure tie- Kir i t -r aid Kritlvir al
lln-vli-w. OrrKon. tin !. , lwr. vlr.:
Ivlna MrfhiMi-ll, hIiImw .f Allr-1 MclHiwi-II,
th a.l. II K T.t for lie- s', SFJ, S W4 NK'. NK'4
N W i, H.-r T :i7 H R -A K W M.
Hh narni'ii I he fiilltiwln- wltnMi(R to irnvt
hr tiiitiuoiia ri?Mftit'' upen and rujtivaiitin
til aall land i K A ilralli-y. William K lur
ry, I'nlllip fi mil Kit haru Mulnlan, all ul
iiivfi4 E M BUATTAI.V. R.'tjlutt r.
TIMHIiR LAND NOTICR.
t'lillt-'l HlHi't l.aml lt'. IjOii-vI-, Ori'K'm,
Oct m, lutii. Nol'if It lit-rt l.jr Klvrn that In
rtimiihanir Willi I tin .rovlluii of the ul (if
( ii k r of Jiiik" s, Ih?k, t ntitlrd "An act for
the nail- ul timln-r lamia In lh- HiaK-a nf Califor
nia, Ort-Kt-n, Nrvatla and In M aalnnKOHi 1 rri
lory an itt iidid mail Hit' I'nlillc lnd HiaU-a.
hy arl nf Annual ). IW. Mary K. Itrown, of
I'orlland. roiitily of M ultnomah, Hutc (if Or.,
haa Ihla day flli-d 111 Ihla nltli lu r iniirtl tat'
tiinnt No mht, for Ih. urrhan of the w ' of
wf .1. ip ;u a, r 16., w m. and will offer proof
li allow thai the land mux hi la mori valuahl
for Ita tltnlier or atone than fur attrictiltnral
tiiiriKim-a, and to olaliliali her claim In aald
land tM-ftiri! J. W. Ilamakcr. I'niletl htatra Com-mlaaloin-r
at K'irvat, OrrKon, tin Wrdnrsday,
thtb day of January. I'.dX. Hh nam. aa w it
mwi: V. w. Mc-rritt.and H. A. Correll, of Hly.
Haiiiiit-I A. Krown. of I'nrtiatid, Ore., and Pan
Ktiaaa-ll of Oatraii'lcr, Wab Any and all per
aotia rlalinlUK ailrcriw-ly the above-deat-rfb)
landa arr req lira ted In file their claim In Ibis
offW on or lirlor. aald M Ii day of JanuarT.lHiiS.
-..".Ut. U U ..H .HaiTTiia Wi..J.i.a
r.kw I ..a Hatt
Unln-d Htalr iMWi omce, l.vlew. Or.
O. i ?1 Ifltu Nntle. la hereu iven that 10
complianor w lib Ih. provialona ol the a I of
CoiiKreaa of Jtiiit i, 1H, entitled "An act for
Hip kale ol iimix-r lamia in in. hi oi an
ftirnla, Oregon. Nevada, and Waabinarlon Ter
rlttiry." aa et.ndtJ lo all Ih. Public l-and
Htatea by act of AuKual 4, HW4. Klaworlh Kua-
Hill, oi uki'i lt'W. county ol laf. ataie oi '.
Kon. haa Una day tiled III (hla offli-e hi awtirn
atalenieiil No Ira'i. lor the piirclimteof the HW'4
Nh', N ' , f-K1. H-'. h'4 ol Nf No. Ci II IP .i.
:tn H, llaniff No l h. Ainl will offer prou to
allow thai tin land aoiik'lit la more valuable for
Ita timber or atom than fur attricnlltiral pnr
oMi s anil lo eaiabllah hi" claim to aald lana
i. lure the Ht-laler and Keeeiver of Una oltiee
at tjiki vlew Ori-iriii, ou Weilnewtay. tlm llh
day ol March. IMitl. He namea a witnetutea:
W. A. Wllahlre. W til. ( hililera. Otia Kolletl nd
Manuel Hwart . all ol Lake view or. Any ami
all iht clalmiiiif a-lveraely the above de-
aerllfd land are reti netted to Die their claim
in Ihla oftit'e on or before aald 4th day of March
Nov 6 41 K. M. UKATTAIN. Kfdlater.
TIHHKK I.AII KOTK'K.
I'nlted Stalea lnd Ofhi'e,
Ijikeview, OrcKiiu, Oct. 22, 12.
Nolle. la hereby Riven inal In compliance
with the tirovtalona of tho act of I'otiRreaa of
June S. IKTM. emillfd "An act for the aale of
tlm tier lamia In I he Htatea of California, Ore
Ron. Nevada, and Waidiinglon Territory," aa
extended lo all the I'nblic lnd Htata by the
act of Annual 4. lhl. the lollowltiR eratna have
Ihla day filed iu tula ottte their aworn state
me ma, towit :
Koae II. Shoemaker,
of Rock Itland. KtM'k Inland county, alate of
lllliiola. aworn atatenient No. 1.M0 for the pur
rhaaeof the K NW )4 aud 8 , NE ia Hoc S4. T.
34 8, K 14 K. W M.
May I. Shoemaker
of Muaratine. county of Muaeatine, Btate of
Iowa, aworn atatenient No. 1 11, for the pur
chaaeol the NK i48K Sec S4 w .8w and
NUW S5' 8, K U K, W.7U.
of Wilton Junction, county of Muaeatine, atale
of Iowa, aworn atatetnent No. lAl'i for the iitir
rhaae of I lie w , nw . and N aw !, boo 1, tp
3d a, K. 14. K. W. M.
Cora C. Moler
of Montezuma, county of I'oweahlek, state of
Iowa, aworn atatenient No. IMS for the pur
cbaae of the uw 4 aee 27 T 84 a, r 14 e, w m.
of Muaeatine. ron 11 tv of Muaeatine itate of Io
wa, aworn atatenient no. 1M4 for the purchase
of I he aw !4 aec 1TJ tp H4 a, r 14 e. w ui.
of Mnnteniuia. county of I'oweaheik, State of
Iowa, aworn alateuient No 1M lor the purchase
ol the 11 !, aw 4. ae aw '4 aec 27 and ne )4 ae
u aec af ipwi.i 14 e, w ni.
."ran kiln I. Shoemaker
nl Miiacatlna coiiiitv of Mtlik-atlne. atale Of If
a aworn atatement No 1617 for the purchase of
the eS of eVi aee i tp HA a, r 14 e, w in.
Edith M. Reynolda
of Maguaketa, county of Jackaon, atate of Iowa
aworn atatement No. 1616 lor the purchase ol
the ie !-, aec 117 tp 84 a, r 14 e, w m.
IjmtMrt N. Hlioeniaker
ol Muaeatine, county of Mua-atine, state of
Iowa, aworu statemeut No. 1618 for the pur-1
chaae of the nw 4 ne'j, n ow sec 2 and ne I
i uo !4 sec S tp Sft s, r 14 e, w m.
Arthur It. Harnea j
of Eagle drove, county of Wright, state of Io-1
wa, aworn statement No. 1619 for the purcbaae I
of the nw ne -4, n f, nw , aud ae !H nw 4,
sen iv tu iu 84 s, r 14 e, w 111.
KtlKr E. Hcott,
of Eagle Clrove, coiiiuy of Wright, state of Iowa
aworn atHleiiieiit tfr-M for the purchase of llie
aw ae '4, 11c '4 sw !4 ami a1, aw !4, sec , tp H4
a, r 14 e, w m.
Thai Ihev will offer vnwt to show that the
Inn. I Bought Ih more valiiHhle for lis tlinli. r or
alone I hall for Mgrit ulliiral nurptisea ami lo
ealahliah their claim to said land In' (ore ('.
II With row, t'nitetl sulea ConimlBMoner al
Koreat, Oregon, oil Friday llie 2JIU dit) ol Kelt
They iiBineaa wltiiessea: Koae ll.Hhot'tiiHkcr
of Hoe k Uland, 111.. Henry llrown of Willou
Junction, Iowa, Cora C Noier, ami John Mol
er, of Moiilesiima lo a, Edith M. Kcyuoltla of
Maiiinkela, Iouh, Mny H. Hlioeniaker, Cora
it tl . Franklin Hhoeumker and Uiiiine Hhoe
nmker of Muaeallne, Iowa, Arthur 11. liarnca,
and Ktlgar K. H'-oll, of Kanle drove, Iowa.
Auv and hII permiim cIhIiiiIiii; ndverwly the
aliove-tleaerihed IhiiiN are requested to tile
I heir cluiina ill I li Ik olllee oil ur before aitid Kith
iluv of HVbrury, hiki.
K. M. IlKaTTAIN, KekTihter.
f f f T Continually arriving and arc sold
K1KJKJU& at Bed Rock Prices. Will ex
ERECTED IN 1900
tr" pi rnn a t f
I ur wi ll ILIVVIal,
LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
S. J. STUDLEV F. E. HARRIS
STUDLEY & HARRIS
LAKEVIEW FURNITURE CO,
Full and complete stock of
Everything in the line of
JVSToESiLQiiE: Snider Bui ding on Water St.
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES
IV S? . n.aa llaatk m4
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Etc.
United States Land Office at Lakeview,
Oreyon, October 22, 1902. Notice is
hereby given that in compliance with
the provinions of the act of Congress of
June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the
ale of timber lands in the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada, and in
Washington Territory'' as extended to
all the Public Land States by act of
August 4, 1892, the following persons
have this day filed iu this ottice their
sworn statements, towit;
Walter S. Mathieson,
of St. Paul, county of Kamsev, State of
Minnesota, sworn statement No. 1521
for the purchase of theS-SE.1, Sec. 2,
NW-NE1 and NEiiNW.4', Sec. 11 T.
34 S., R. 14 E., W. M.
James F. Adamson,
of St. Paul, county of Ramsey, State of
Minnesota, sworn statement No. 1522
for the purchase of the SEJNW.1,
SWW NEt4', W8 SE.i4' Sec. 12 T. 34 S.,
R. 14 E..W. M.
of St. Paul, county of Ramsey, State of
Minnesota, sworn statement No. 1523
for the purchase of the SW NW,
HH Sk and SW SW'fi, Sec. 1 T.
34 8., R.14E., V. M.
That they will offer proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable
(or its timber or stone than for agricul
tural purposes and to establish their
-1..: 1 1 u..t r 11 citj,i-
CllllUJB lU SII.U IHIIU UV1UIOU, .a tl .-
row, U. S. Commissioner at Klamath
Falls, Oregon, on Monday the 2d day of
March, 1903. They name as witnesses :
Walter 8. Mathieson, James F. Adam
son, James Mathit'Hon, of St. Paul, Min
nesota, F. W. Merritt, Louis Nips Bly.
Oregon. Any and all persons claiming
adversely the above descrilied hinds are
reqiitNtel to tile their claims in this of
fice on or before gaid 2d day of Match,
Nevd 44 E. M. lUvATTAIN, Registei
Card to the Public.
On account of the continued ill health
of my wife, lam conielled to change
locKt'ioii. Consequently I am now offer
ing my rt'hiileuce property at a price
lower tlmii WH ever heard of in Luko
view. 1 Hin also selling out my entire
(lin k of goods at cost.
47 II. SciiMiscK.
U n4nl I alaulaiu
TIMBKal LAX it X4ITICK.
U mi ted States Land OS ice, Lakeview,
Oregon. Oct. 21,. 1902. Notice is hereby
given that in compliance with the pro
visions of the act of Congress of June S,
1878, entitled "An act for the sale of
timber lands in the States of California,
Oregon, Nevada, nd Washington Terri
tory," as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August 4, 1892, the fol
lowing persons have this day filed in
this otilce their sworn statements to wit:
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state
of Oregon, sworn statement No 1570, for
the purchase of the S,SJ NE4. Ns SE
sec 1, tp 35 S R 14 E.
Eugene S. Clifton,
of Castle Rock, county of Cowlitz, state
of Washington, sworn statement No,
1571, for the purchase of theBE NW
Nl.i 8WTt4', SE SW, ec 4. tp 3S
S,' R 15 E.
of Castle Rock, county of Cowlitz, state
of Washington, sworn statement No.
1572, for the purchase of the SEtf. sec 4
tp 33 8, R 15 E.
of Green Bay, county of Brown, state of
Wisconsin, sworu 6tatement No. 1573,
for the purchase of the W3 SW, see
2, NJj NW4', SE NW4, sec 11, tp SJ
8, R 15 E.
Frank Van Stralen,
of Portland, E 26 Harrison street, county
of Multnomah, state of Oregon, sworn
statement No. 1575, for the purchase of
the N El4, sec 4, tp 33 8, R 15 E.
That they will offer proof to show that
the land sought is more valuable for itt
timber or stone than for agriculture)
purposes and to establish their claim td ,
said land before J. W. llainaker, U. .
Commissioner at Forrest, 'regni, oa ,
Friday, the 6th day of March, 1903.
They name as witnesses: Helena
Johnston and Frank Van Stralen of
I'orlland, Ore., Eugene S. Clifton, And
Fred I.eouard of Castle Rock, Wash.,
Martin la Both of Green Bav, Wis., F.
W. Merritt of Bly, Ore. and taiiiel Kus
sell of Ont rainier Wash. Any and all
persons claiming adversely the above
vlcrcritied lttinL are requeued to hie
their claims in this o I lice on or before
said tith day of March 1903.
Nov 44 E. M. BKATTA1N, Register
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