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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1913)
C. G. Cromblcy, editor
Issued Civicc o Week c
at Till n x
BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON
.NOIICUOI' PHI I HON i-or in
COl'Ok'AI ION 01- I III! CI IV
1 urel n so.wl .-! nil tor Ma 17, i.tt' at tho p: ; hv
regvi under tho not of Mavh "t. IsT?. "
St -HSCRirTION $1.50 VHAK IS AUWNVR
1 , ' VivertiwmenU
'" !t Insertion, per line f
t- . sittacouenl insertion, hive
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!' thauks, per Uae
I . -r h-.e. firm insertion
Ka.'h !uttpie;it insertion, line
Resolutions of oii.iilence and
Lodge notice, per line
P.ii:ie PTofes!o"sl card, mo.
Pi,la .Vdvert'seniont. per in.-h
U I. Disnlax A i m:il ir thi
) ir '
Door Tntlo). a deputy warden
Cucsd.iv mii I'rUUiV ' Portland. arrested and arralan ,,i...,.t
. od in the juatieo wwrtttt Uofobur on TO WHOM IT ,MA Iwl rlvt ;
- . . .... ... - ii . .... . U I
charge cw nsning wiimrai . Notice Is limon? givon. uiu o
Loaded with (IS pnw f wv- ..v, the 7th day May,10l3.st the
oertc for the town of KeiH. the steam ' . . v(
,r c.,b. cnt. tail caught h',HP,,f'VAr. ;fsu"l
l g!, and M.h on lake K.n. ' th V T, llIU r!liv
tuln lual and ere of ft "cm Tilltm. Cnly. , .
iSH,w,.JlM .he exceptionally I"1'"" wH t e"ted '""ll "1
wah..r .h, hnn. fair held at " pmjmg tor -t
todburu who a pronounced success,
near!) too hash el. horse twine
hiiM u. r-'.'.-mti.- of th mln, bfor
l.trco t-roil or tntfrt-xtrtt trtatnr.
S-ior t..!u- fit.- t wrtttwtt nptwal
with i ho Nnl ot ctiitinwm af rUMo
M-:i.U Hn. TSum.B M..rn.
liwune (HilOtcaltoii m full.)-
Re.oii!' aro imporattw.
th Ct of Whwlw. In niUmuli
..utiiy. Ort'i: that nld iwUtnw i
m iiml Unarm m follow. ! wh ;
T. th HinifbW l'Minty tVmrt .f
Tl iiPAY. APRIL 15. UK?.
an i l,..rlu.r fnil-Minrt Kln tP HlliUU. HH.ny. j...r n vn
rJ... of thai bo4y drwIgtMR m. ,l WhlwH WUhit. Uw folluiv.
from rtowmc to Ae. , drwrtbwl HwlU and boundary in
THE aiiMI D1SAPPLRS.
Tho four mat chwnr Msmi which
turr..i on it suv h vk ajfo last Sur-inv-minit,
tro.o w ime time last
Frida uight from the ceaslesa pound-
ipr ot trio wave a:vi nas cniirev u.-
appeared. Large quantities
Oetunjo- Tho V'lo WniKdom of
Montenosro ha thnnvn don th
wrecsage ha eome ahor, but no ' ganntlei to tho m Kreat power. She
bodies have et made thir appearan, J doriinea to yield to th dmnd of
t. . u. .1... W., ..!.-. kino rtt th ,h., .vnw.fi t, s.hiittitn hr MltMODta !
mm ho werr drowned hai become u, lD iwnon of Soutarl, and ha . for ,Se oo Bwg
so loaaed down with sand that th bod- uff!cral! annouacett that "lAere wtH ;
les would not wash ashore. This is i ao departure rrom an annua
usually the case where drownings oe-.hich conforms to tae neeesalltea ot
cur near shore a.- in the cas of ihe t he state of war esiation between thu
Mimi disaster. . .4.k ana Turkey."
As i. usual in ease of tbLs kind anj An international fleet, comprising
ttmlA tnnlrintf . ,).!na nf AuKtria-ttunCarV. ltaif.
into the service of the life i.rin craw 1 ' ranee. Germany and Great Britain U ! at Aatorl. .111 be gained ad
and ir.cide t of the dnasiar so far as : now bloekadtn the Montenofirm port
ami rciueitted an opportunity t mak umy. iwh. ,
oru! prtwntHtioo in the Nedd oaa. Blnli at 0 initial pint of the
K Ur n. editor of tn Abll j "" f VtWkrr. a th aame plt-Ti.n-e.
was aeuiited of the rhargo I tl fl reeorded. aM point balo ltt.
or , nmii.al hlel b Jury in ihe eir j foot North and M 9 fret Wwit of the
ov fourt at Ja. ksoiiville. The cbarfu j Southweat eornr of Seetlon S. In Town
t roi.ht by County Judge To- j ip 2 North of Kanjre 10 U'oat. Wtlla
! and icro out of the publication ! motto Meridian, ami ruml Uem
of article duritt the campalaa lai ! N. rtn 3J ' Wm 21 0 feet u the lino
fall iof tHe rtKhl of-wv of the I'neifie Rail-
IP.t.loni ntohor Homan. of Wll- v tl Navigation Company; theno
The Follow in Merchants arc
j Trading Stamps
IllAl.TnM'S STORK, Drv Imhi.U. CI. tiling. nIlm it
iCHAS 1 L I.Ol l. II, l)niK,,i iMxtkH, MiUKiiui' xIkv
Stipplit , fie
KINli V SMI I'll C., Hor.lvm Sluvcs, llml
U-riiil, i tf.
TII.I.AMOOK VMVA) CO., I-Ycil, (Werios, Mmi
niflM VSCONI'KCTIONIJRY STOUIv. Citiuluv
JlvXKtXS i:VliI.K V STOKI5, Wntvlics. Diiini.ui.!
JON US KNI'I'SOX ITKNI VVUH COMPANY.
(UvM TIIKATU'K. Where Uvervhoily ('nw.
R. I'. ZACUMAN, Plumhin Supplies.
T1IJ.AMOOK IIIiKAIJ), Usucfl Tvvictf ft Wick
MONK'S STPIHO. You Kumv WIhmc.
lamette rnlvrrvity. was the recipient
Hilt. This oompMee $300,000 cb
endow mnt for the ontteraity. meet
inn the conditions ot Mr. Hill hen
he subscribed the JiO.UOO to the l
s tl tut Ion.
The treaaury department assured
Senator Chamberlain that the custom
loss of life was concerned.
.f Antivarl The fleet includes four
fa: t. J. H. Quinan of the U. S. Rev- : ustrtan warships, the British cruisers
enut- Cutter Service, with headquarter , Yarnouth, lnflible and Glojeester.
at aan Francisco, conducted an invea- tho German cruleer Itreslau. the Ital
t nation at the Garibaldi life saving .. n cruiser Pisa and the French cruls
station on Friday, Saturday and Sun- t r Edpar Quinet
day last. From the reports which we Russia is not represented by a war
have heard we are load to believe that chip, bnt ha acquiesced In the naval
the report of the investigation will be demonatration.
in favor of Captain Farley, who has The customary note has not been
been so severe!., criticise.! for the show- pvea the Montenegrin government,
inp which he made at the wreck on the -tad Austria action t considered tm-
Sundav before. While there have been friendly and menacing.
many to criticise Captain Farley, the ,
bulk of the testimony sjiven seems to (
have been in his favor, but few- of his i
critics ho'ing up at the investigation.
In order to attend the investigation it
meant a ls o; considerable time and
some expense and people do not gener
ally co to extra trochlea without they
are personally interested. If the Uvea
of two or three Tillamookers bad
been lost through the apparent neglect
of the life savers, the investigation
might have a diilerent ending.
Captain Quinan states that he will
recommend that Uie government furnish
a boat house and a self righting life
boat be installed at the Nehalem beach
with the understanding that the land
for the same be donated.
CIRCUIT COURT JURORS.
The follJTi3' pst-on? were
drawn us juyiuen f-.r the April
term of the Circuit Court, whicn
cor.veaec on Momlav AprJ2t, with
Judge Win Galloway oo the bench:
K. (i Arder-oa, Hemlock, farm-
Japanese MaWe Threats,
Tokio. All the leading newspapers
make lengthy editorial comment cn
the land ownership bill pending in tho
California legislature. They urge the
withdrawal of Japanese participation
in the Panama Pacific exposition 1m
med.Mrly the bill passes, as well as
retaliation against Americans In Ja-ian.
Mrs. Bourne Files Suit For Divorce.
Portland. Charges that be frequent
iy called her vile names and threaten
H her with physical violence are made
..gainst Jonathan Bourne. Jr.. ei-L'nlt-i
d States senator from Oregon, by
.l'.llan Elizabeth Dourne, in a divorc
jtnplalnt filed In the state circuit
ourt for Multnomah county.
l-r.ink Locg, ?r.
K. M. Trout. Ttll.nn tok, farmer.
J. A Nelson, clarihaldi mer
chant. Cha. Kay. ('ioverdale, farmer.
A. ). Jackbon, ileaver, farmer.
George W. Vllace, flemlock,
T I). Lnca, Tillsimonk. former
S. A. HnxlMead TulamMJk i.ir
W. I, Oi.lert JK-aver, morcunt
ii X Henkk-, Tillumonk under
C A. Klliott, Tillain'Mjk farmer
Krnk A. 1'aul, i i.lnmoot, farm
S. W. Mcllvaiie. fisy City, farm
er. Win. (it) ere. TiKamo.ik farmer
C, . Jenavn, ffebo. farmer.
Cii.ji. W. Hojfan, Cloverdale,
W. H. Moon, Bay City, farmer
S. W Klltot, Bay Citv. farmer
I. II. Ounrtan, Tillumoolc, farm
Meatures Pile Up at Erin Session.
Bills and resolutions to reform the
lations currency system, to prevent
".ods in the Mississippi rlvor, to pro
vide for relief of flood Kuftcrors. to
uild government railroads In Alaska
and for a boat of other purport- were
ntroduced In both bouses of congress.
!teeral currency reform bills ap
penred. on by Senator Hitchcock, of
a deputy placed in charge. Kmptro
and Yttquina will be allowed $300 each
annually for the payment of someone
to keep records and make report to
The jury In the case of Marcellui
Thomas against the city of Kugene to
recover over $3000 damages on ac
count of alleged injury to the plaint
iff's land because of seepage of water
from tho city power ditch near Wal
ten tile, returned a verdict in favor
of the city.
The owner of the Humboldt mine,
lying six, mile east of Malheur, after
making hundred of feet of develop
ment work, ran Into a very rich s'rlke
at the 4i"-fool level. The mine no
la a producer of (OO.lHte a month. Pre
parations are being mad for the ott
targement of the plant.
The large spray plant of the Hood
River Spray company was burned to
the ground and It is thought the loss
will aggregate $10,000. The factory
has been running at full capacity and
tfce stock carried was very large.
T: ore were about 750 barrels of spray
In acck at the time of the fire.
.So lenal obstacles stand In the way
of the city of Salem hei'i.-j an wloo
:.on to vote on the quortton of nhol
isUng saloons If the city council Is
of a mtr.d to call the i lection, accord
ing to sn opinion given by Attorney
tie .tral Crawford to Attorney W. II
Trindle. campaign manager for the
Itepreaentatlve Slanott baa deslKiiat
ed Addison Y. FlnkelberR of liaker,
principal, and Angus McDonald of
Howl Klver, alternate, for appointment
to cadetablp at Annapolis. Ho had
prmiously designated Eugen Hanford
of The Daile a principal. All thro.t
will take examination at a plac- to
bo designated April 25.
f..:towln along wl right of-wky North
U U Kasl I07.B"feel . thence Mig
curve in the left of l,ltX) feot rwilu
... .t . ,,, I Owing to r lack of Interest amons
ootnmittee that will propnro currency .t ... ... .
legislation. It would establish 20 dis
tinct national reserve asoolallons,
with wide powers of note IkBUe, dis
count and eicbane.
OHIO DAMAGE IS $100,000,000
Work of Rehabilitation Is Progressing
Columbus, O. The work of rehabil
itation of the flooi swept cities of Ohio
is progressing rapidly. Everywhere
optimism prevails. The death roll Is
still unknown and will probably not I
bo complete for months, but It will not
i reach over 300 throughout the entire
! state. All of tbe stricken districts
j have been reached with food and otho,
i supplies, while the Ohio national
V. 1 IJrovoot. JJ;;v Citv. farmer. In-
1 tl II.-.. I... rf... ' ' " "-'vu uj icucia,
j. ... im.-, ra; tiiy, larnicr.
I. M. HrirriBou, Garibuldi, farm
Carl Wailin Tillamixik farmer.
J, V. (eii'iiux)., Tillamook, farm
er. .. Haker, Heaver, farmer.
Alv.i Hinley, MohlT. merchant.
Ii Hiliino. i'lljaii. iok, farmer.
N. G. Hu'juiHt, Till.uiiiKjk, farmer.
Andrew Ar.dcrson, Tillamook,
A. M. 1 1. 1 re Tillauiv'ik, farmer.
Mfdford's Mayor Gives up Fight
Medford. Worn out by the contin
ual opposition of the city council May
or Kii.-rt, after a conference with a
cltizen'e committee, gavu up the fight
i turned over to tho council tho
"1 haven't the means nor the physi
cal Htrongtli to carry on the fight
longer," Bald the mayor. "I urn
through. Tho four members of tho
city council who have opposed me
throughout are now tho city govern
I give my appointive power to them.
My only hope 1b that this move will
restore harmony In municipal affairs."
officers, has the situation well in band
ns far as order and sanitation aro con
cerned. The total property loss can
only be roughly estimated at present
By those wh6 are In clone touch with
the situation It la placed around J 100.
State Mine Bureau Chosen by West
Salem. Governor West announced
the namoB of the inon ho will appoint
as rnemberb of the bureau of mino
and geology, created by an act of the
They are N. H. I.awrlo of Portland,
secretary of the American Minim; con
gress and an alumnUB of the school f
I mines, Now York; W. C. Fellows of
Granite, superintendent of the Jion
Harrison Mines company of that city
and an alumnus of the Colorado school
of mines; T. 8. Mann of Portland, with
the Pacific Stoneware company; Dr.
J. V, Ueddy of Medford, a mine owner;
C. T. Prall of Portland, an engineer
and good roads advocate. In addition
tho presidents of the University of
Oregon and of the Oregon Agricultural
College are ex officio members
the fruitgrowers near Albany, thu a
social Ion directors voted to disband
the orgnnitatlc . It I stated that the
discord came about through some of
the m.-mhers desiring to continue their
former method of supplying tho local
trad-.- and resident, Instead of dls
potiiig of all their crop through th
The sheep men of Wallowa county
report on account of the long period
of snow and cold weather that they
have fed all of the bay that waa put
up last harvest, and as the snow cover
ed tho winter pasture so that It was
Irnposnible for the flocks to feed on
the bunch grass, tbe sheep are poor
and there will be a heavy loss. It Is
feared tbe wool clip will be light and
a very poor rjuality.
According to an opinion rendered
by Attorney General Crawford, com
mercial or Industrial Institutions can
not etigagx In tho banking business
under the stato laws. The opinion
was rendered at the request of State
Superintendent of Hanks Wright, who
represented that the Wasco Ware
house and Milling company was en
gaged In the hanking business nt Was
co and Moro. The attorney general
j says that if the company conducts a
banking business It must be as a sep
The total cost of keeping supervis
ing wardens and other field men In
tho field during the forest fire season
of 1912, was $13,301. An additional
expense of U23.7C was Incurred In
fighting fires. Of the total amount
tho law requires that tho counties
aball pay one thlrd so the state treas
uror 1b sending out n statement and
notice to the various county clerks
calling attention to the amounts duo
from the counties. The umount duo
from tha counties for 1912 Is II47C,
nnd $2241 U overdue on unpaid 1811
for oP.t) feet , thence alone a curve to
the left of IC15.2 feel radius for 80. IS
feet, thence along a curve to the left
of MS. feet radius for 60.27 fet;
thonce along a curve to the left of
IfWM feet radlue for Ml. MB feet,
thence along a curve to the left of OCOft. &
feel radius for W8.RS feet; thence
South 1 10i- West 3M. feet to a point
on a curve whose tangent at
this point bear Notlh bT 61' Kat ;
thence along s curve tft tho left of
VStVS feel radius fur 3SZ feet: thence
North I lj Kal U 62 feel to a point
on a curve whose tangent at this point
hears North!- 3j 'Uast; thence Ung
a curve to the left of ttKtt.S feet radius
for 10.59 feel: thence North SI" 30
Woet to the line of Uw Water in Neha
lem Bay; thtmce in a North-aster ly
direction along snid line of liw Water
I the Intersection thereof with tho
North line of Ui Four (tl of said Sec
tion 2; thence along the North line of
said Lot four (t) South l?" iUt l
the intersection thereof with the Raster.
Iy line of the right-of-way of tho 1'nrtftc
Hallway and Navigation Company,
thence along said right-of-way NortH
21' 37 Ka M6.0 feet to tbe Northeast
corner of W. Zimmerman's 7.10 acre
tract as dtatcribei in deed recorded in
I look 17 lhigo ISO, of the reeonU of
LeodS of Tillamook County. Oregon ;
thenec South 2i- Kast 1217.71 feet
to tho South line (ex landed) of Fourth
Street in the nii) To'vn of Wheeler;
thence along tho south lino of snd
Fourth Street, and nn extension there
of. South 21 87' West IS09.52 fo.-t to
the renter of Gregory Struct In naid
Town of Wheeler ; thence South 83 33
West 7tW 26 loot to tho center of Itor
vik Street in sual town of Whoelor,
thence South 5T 30' West 1T73.72 foot
to the Northeast onrner of Mock 52, in
mild town of Whoelor; thence along the
westerly line of Gamble Street N'irth
M- 30- West 1513.10 feet; thunce North
71' 10- Uaat S2.H3 feet to the place of
beginning, do respectfully pray ntal
petition that said (Hirllon of Tdlamool.
County, Oregon, be incorporated us a
rnunieipal corporation umler tho name
of the "City of Wheeler," uralur the
provisions of an act of thu legislative
assembly of tho itate of Oregon punted
at its session in the year lfeO.'l, ami
found In the General Uiws of Oregon
for thu year liDI, at pages ll'J and 1X1
thereof, said act being entitled; "An
act for a gunornl law for tho inenrpor
iition of cities and towns in thu State
of Oregon," and your H)tllioners al
lege that each of said petitioner. Is a
miHlihed voter with'n snid I illuiiiook
county and each of said petitionera U a
resident within the limits of said pro
posed corporation; that said orlioti
of said Tillamook County, Oreon, con
tains within Its limits more than 1M)
Inlinliitniits, to-wit: ll.r1 inhabitants,
and that the same is not at this time
Incorporated as a municipal corpora
tion. And your petitioners will ever pray.
Dated April !), l'Jl.'l.
I..F.Halliilay. K, M. liryant, Mrs.lt.
M. Hryant, Mrs. G. I.. Madden, August
Nigu, Josef Tichy, Mrs. W. S. York
W. M. Hamilton, II. II, Payne, Mrs.
. Oatlund, John Knmpfer, Mrs. John
Kampfer, Mrs. C. II. Hcliritt, Mrs. W.
.1. Curott.'C. II. Schritt, Alex. Akrcn,
Andrew Ostltunl, Annie Kolley, Agiista
Akron, A. J. Zimmerman, Alex, An-
dcrson, Jr., Anna Anderson, J. T.
I5eaucliumi, It. L. Hrenncr, G I..
Madden, M. F. Howmiin, K. I., Rector,
U. Hector, 1. H. Wheuler, Gladys
Wado, Myrtlo Murphy, Krnest John,
son, C. II. Rich. K. A. Ilrennor, 0. J.
.Smith, R. P. York, J. F. lln.dley, II.
Miinlon, Win. M. Knott, W. S. York.
K. F. McDowoll, Johan Krlcksnn, J, J,
Louis, Roy Louis, I). K. Iliicklolicrry,
L. A. York, II. L. Munsull, Mrs. Cyti-
thla Munucll, Sarn Lunilhurg, Mrs, H,
LundberK, Mrs. L. A. York, Andrew
Ratchye, John Davis, Noil Kurnutt, U.
K. Cariics, M. K. Clinics, Hun Cox, i
Mrs. C. In Royal, K, C. Johnson, I'a-
ltort of tho C.uhIiIIoii of Ihc
First National Bank
at TlllamouV in tho SIaIo of Oregon, at j
tho eko of buelnema April 1, 1913,
OKIMJK I'OH SA I.I!
01s KIJAI. I'k'OI'l.lm
I.. I'll I ..! . t. I . . I..... ... I I. ..
' Orvgun, I 'or IlllamiV
Umna and Discount . ,.t .
Overdrufu, taeurod awl un
seeurel U. S. tlutidn to leeure circu
lation Other ttontia to tecuro IWtal
I'remiuto oo I'. S. ItomU
lion.t, SeeurtUee, etc
Hanking House, Furniture,
ami Pit lure
Other Real Ketale owned. . .
Due frurn State and Prlvato
Hanks and lUnbore, t rut
Coinpanle. and Savin?
Due from approval Reervo
ChngVs and other Coh llnim
KxchangM for clearing botixt
Notna of other National
Fractional Papor CureiHy,
Ntckota, and Cinu
lawful Money Uoaorvp In
llnnk, vli :
Steele . . . lft.612.7r.
77 01 H. SO In thu mntter of tlie tut t
: Chattel Mills. Kallr M
lt,g MIIU. IvIi.j Mill tt.l
Sa.tM.rj Order b hw oauoo wh
of real prowr t y ohuoUl i t
6fl "1 nainl in:
prmenlml a mtlletti f .f i
" IS 16 f,tt' ""l'rty bwaotfc-toK t-
6 ,T46 4 or 'h,'h the) have a:, .
I It appear in to llm .ut fr
' lltlon that It U no.-po.ar
IHitfionolAl l.i ttte said no -fa I is ,.
20.8aa, real oUU sIsoMbl h
jiviOl ft I It ! thl Etnd day .'f Ma
. - . AMMM Ih.l II... I.m.I . l .
1.432.10 mtttfH- ahd all
tOelr nftAto. atilmar Ixifi.f.- I a
UO. CO l the ollhro ..f tho County J
CJwUrt lltMjir in Tlllaino.ik
JS-' gon. on Moralav the 2lh dar f Xtri
lOin, at (ho hour of 10 . ' -I . A I
umi .w rir. 11 any incf ti
Rotletnption funil with U. S. guardian for tho salo ..f
iroauiior (R ir dent Of eaUls, aid oa estate Ur. t . rr
Capital Uk paid In
Un.llvt.lod Pronta. In.t Ki-
pciuto antj Taxv (Mid....
National It.triV .S'otea Out-
Duo to State ami Private
Hanks and Hunker
Individual ilopoalU subject
mi iii An undivided uncfourth 'cfrtl
.. I... y.f HI..L .1 I. . 1.1
.".mam. - -
2." 000 fJ Un l l"W" "a 1 'lr
i tr.i n.i Bm' a '" "ok 7, a
ami I in HlocV 13, of Fuller A M
jyjj ij ' U thn lowr of Hay City.
j a 3, I, 6 ami 0 of I'
'1 too (1 i Hnva' Atltlltlon ti Till
i aii inn i tirrii'rii n i lutiru t tmi
II Ctrtinly, Oregon.
niw an hisiivii oiin-ll.irl lt
1 1 ..... -i ... i ..., in.ru. . . ,t
lK,it aaoi 12 laitl out by H. (. Ihin-i f
Timecortiflcatoa of dopoi.ll.. fl,772.W j ' ,n,u"n 1 ,,,,ntv Oregon.
Postal Saving) Dep.!!
State of Oregon, .
County .if Tillamook, " '
I, Win, G. I'alt, Cimhlor of tho
almvo-nitintsl li.ink, do aotuinuly swe.tr
that the nlwvo atnteinent la trim to the
beat of my knowledge and Utile f.
WM. G. TAIT.
I huriitif lu. iiia.I I... ,uli.l,.Hi. I..t .
V. 117 ' - ' ' . I-
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1 1 1..I ' ( 1 1 IlllMl kf I I It Til II I H itt'.i.iv..e -t
t IIIMI III I'llMitrnl illreii nll,.ti . affkH.!
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Homer Mason, County 1 .-li.
Indorsed: Fllol March 22, . 1
J. C. Holdeii. t Icr
Hy K. MIIU. I ' I'XlJ
Statu of Oregon )
Subscribed mid awtcn to before mo '
this 10th day of April, 1013.
ROI.I.1K W. WATSON,
, Notary Public,
li. C. LA Mil,
C. W. TALMA (5 K,
J. C. IIOLDKN,
Pioneer Transfer Co.
G. L. DICK & SON, I'rort.
'I lie Smile I'rlcc to l-vcryonc
E. N. CRUS0N.
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