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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1915)
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First Insertion, nor lino $
Each subsequent insertion, lino
Resolutions of t ondolcnce ami
!odge notices, per lino
A Happy ard Prosperous
Meu Year To All
TILLAMOOK DRIG STORE
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of Kilwanl Morehead, Heaver.
Llat tl I7MU
10 Hustncs Professional eards.mo.
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Each stibsetpient insertion, line .05
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Timber Claim - v - 10.00
Notices, per lino " .05
Card" of thanks, per line ,K
Locals, ;cr line, first insertion .71
Display Advertisement, por inch
rlllaciiuil tllll .Smith P Tyo a .Still
HK the K (W Mvi nv, hr.
ALL Display Ads must bo in this of
fice on Monday ami Thursday Morn
inns to insure publication in follow
ing Tuesday ami Friday issues,
Reasons are imperative.
well up Quick, H liallonina tylieea,
hlhti he-he kopa nlka knpa nknk CM-
Tilt , l(. V . eaeepl a atrip nf
II II a n ( nil lllli laiiiiui mm
..riln-d a inllowj IIPKliitilng
uilnt on the tnwiiihlli line 2A f
nook, pa nlka kwaliaamn wwm kopa
la Uiuciie, halo itiatunimik write kopa
paper. Okok eleb tlluo nlka Maiiiinook
Julin l.elnnd llrnderaon.
wrl nt liio aniltlieait rprtr t
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ball, Carter hln like MrtnJ.
nmokT KlaakahlliU akwkiini I Kloi)a
teiiaa anenttl, Nakorlah Tyhee mtlV'h
kupa klaaka !Vm li KUka Ma iu
bias tna man. pe kitia klaakn chea
rhacii knpa oknlt llllltn lull, be ntt'a
klaaka hlai (till, kUi iiuiiiiiii.mk, WnV
kloah kakwa. Illai klo.li teim hlooch.
man cloth wawa kom klanka, pe ninm
ituHik (aweqt eyeo) kupa klaakn, 1
alki nlka tit tit t vt lit klnokn lli nlkn
kopa okok mamuiook Kloima nika
The state of Oregon has launched I lighting each other to death
intn it. nrt vimr of nrnhihttton regime! codicil to lu will He .uii:
and the hearts of thousands of our
citizens who have worked ami sHcritlced
for many years for a principal have
been made ulad. Tillamook City ami
county gave large majorities in favor
of the proh bition law, u hteh means
of course that there is a strung senti
ment in the city ant throughout the
county for the enforcement of the law.
This ientiment our officials an? bound
to respect. In fact they must rv.-poet
it. There seems to be a diip 'Sition on
the part of i'Ur city oiliciais tu handle
the law enforcement question in a de
cided manner. We are pleased to note
this sentinient in the city council. We
are sure our citv olficials will have the '
backing an.1 oncouragment uf a very
large number of our people in the mat
ter of law enforcement. The Herald
would recommend a stringent epplica
tion of the law. We believe that where
a man of mature ace is convicted of i
violating the prohibition law, that a j
jail sentence should be inflicted on lirt '
offense. If we take up the work of j
For a good understanding bclw ccn
l ncland. vjcrmany ami tlic L nilcil
, Mates will secure the peace of the
world, and educational relations from
the tronp--.t tic.
Thi will itself provided for the es
tablishment oi numerous .hotorships
at Ovt'ord for F.ngland and her col
onies, fiv of them of students ol
Ucrntan birth and two of them for
iuch ot the present slates and terri
tories of the United States.
Mr. Rhodes beluvo that the I'nit
cd States. Germain and Great Brit
ain being then in one accord, with in
ternational sentiments for peace and
progress, could control the political
destinies ot mankind, abolish war and
compel universal peace He belies cd
mat a practical method ol creatine
this bond of union and of cementing
the bond torekcr, was through a sys
tem of education that would bring
bright yountr Germans, Americans
.Hid Englishmen into a common edu
In its beginning the Rhodes scheme
has promised much, and until the war
irokc out there was a lair prospect
that his driani ol universal peace
:n eht through this educational com
pact ultimately come true. Alas' bow
Those who roeontly visited the I preae nt year In the now city hall and
Eastern market centers Informed the
association that the entire trade is op
timistic, the most hopeful sign beinic
the certainty that the railroads are
about to recommence heavy buying,
and that the Mexican field is about to
be opened sdvantigoouslv.
the expense of rent will be thereby
eliminated, so that a ainallcr levy was
made fnr that purpose.
The levy for witcr purpose ivm
miide for the purpose of distributing
the cost ot the water aysteui over all
the property In the cltv, requiring It to
Humors were afloat at the meeting, be paid in only by usera of thu water.
that the Northern Pacific. Great North-1 It may be that the question of pnvlnu'
The annual meeting uf the Tila
mook County llolitein Cattle llreednr
Aaall. will b held at the Court limine
oil the 17th day of January. IVI'l, nl
one o'clock. All ineniler are naked
to lm prraeut. aa there will bo Import
ant biulneas on hand, Kindly brine
your frlruds, and all that are Interest
el in the llnMclll broinl are cordially
Invited to come.
M ilef K, 2. eh , In lh
whole the end hi the tlrlp fk
til. HaalMIII luttlitllfU tf I I, M lb...
it vai hi n'Mit'fi f vi tfttw (K
lint fitvn hrfphy Ma (r
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f v l i m a it'll ' i tav, ,l (
.Salmon. WnolilliKtmi. Llat nIT
Mt il ... ktll a. ta . .
the .SI NK1 NW .SE, the Hi k
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4 .S., It. 10 W , It) aerea. Il.tr
npplleant, I iat INK'. l)ceetnN
t M llruce. AaaUtntil Comin
if the General Land (I 111 c,
lit the Circuit Court nl the
ul Orvcnn, (or the Cuutit)
lluls NVnutcil l?or Wood
enforcinc the law with a stroue hand) has the dream now been shattered!
right at the beginning, the law will
prove a success, but if we dilley dai.y
along with law violators as we h&ve
in the past, the law will bo a failure.
The Herald will stand back of and en
courage in every way any official who
does his best to enforce the prohibition
SEA u6nsmust not be killed.
Washington, Jan. v l Washington
Bureau of the Journal) Rational
bird reservations arcintended ior the
pitserv.iiion of allAild life, s"o the
slaughter of sea lions at Three Arch,
Rocks reservation on the coast of
.Hundreds of younjr Americans in
recent cars have pursued post- grad
uate studies both in Germany and in
England, and the trend of popular
thought has been toward "apatriot
ism of race," rather than tov. -d a
patriotism of nations; but the war has
annihilated this trend and turned the
stream ot higher international educa
tion completely out of its channels, at
least as to Germany. Ex.
ern am! other railroad had already
tpjietlv started buying, anil that these
roads, together with the Southern Pa
cific, in Oregon, would probably re
quire large deliveries within the next
30 or 60 days. It is said that the
Northern Pacific Company is in the
market for 40.000.01)0,000 feet an.l that
some of It will bo purchased for Jan
Fifth Street from Still ell Avenue
East will again le presented to you for
consideration during the Preent Year,
but it Is not known dellnltcly whether
the property owner alfected will de
sire to have the Improvement under
'aken at this time.
There are a great many dilapidated
' sidewalk)) in the citv which should be
j either re-built or repaired, anil I would
"The buisness of the present month cull the particular attention of the
has been the best December for sotcii 1 street committee to thU for their
vears," is the way one l'ugel Sound i action.
lumberman expressed it yestordav. "A The closing of saloons In Tillamook
good many of the heavy huyers have City with the beginning of this year
Mniilr Leaf CroBtnory Am'u. who
to receive bldt on I0O cords of good,
ami in I Hemlock wcihI In four fool
b'ligtha, plied and delivered to Its fac
tory one and one hair mile north'
east of TlllnllUHik City.
Wood to be delivered one hnlf by
July IGth next and balance by Augut
1Mb, lOlll. HiiU will bo received far
not le than five cord. Faetiirv re
serves the right to reject aoy or all
j buo. Leave bid at utile of Carl (tab
jorUch, Secretary. Tillamook, Ore., on
i or before February ll. I'Jlfi
Maple laf Creaitinr Aaaoriatlon,
LOGANBERRY JUICE MAKERS
TO EXPAND TRADE
been delaying urgent purchase for , deprives the city of revenue which It
several monntns in tne nope mui tno has heretofore hail from that source,
market would sag, as it usually doe nml also b-ing before the city the
nt th's time of the year, but instead the, question of the best way to dispoan of
prices are growing stronger and stocks those who may lie inclined to violate
are in such shape that the mills are in j the prohibition law.
Mills Wntitcil on ILtulluy; Cheese
loganberry juieo manufactures of
I n . .
Oregon cannot be permitted, unless : urt'Kon oeciue.l .o proceed at once
it is conclusively shown that the seals I to a permanent organization for th
arc causing serious injury to the iish- stanartiization of their product and
er'cs-, , , av-3tm in the finding of markets. At
outo is uie repuri iimuc iu oenmor
Chamberlain by Secretary Huston of
the department of agriculture con
cerning a request by V. V. Ford of
a meeting held at the Chamber of
Commerce last week, n number of
manufactures dicussed the plan us
Bay Ocean that the killing ot sea outlined by George D. Leo, secretary
"u") "K "tu- ""Vu", of the industries and manufactures
ai3 iuak uiit; sea nuns .lie uiicu
accused ol destroying rood tish in
large numbers, this has not been
proved. He suggests the Oregon state
biologist arrange to have a number tf
post mortcins performed on seals
ale g tnc coast to determine just
vh i food (he seal does select.
(Note: There is no question but
that the sea lions along the coast eat
a great many salmon. It is an ordi
nary' thing to see sea lions fish for
bureau of the chamber, and a com
mittee was appointed to complete tlie
The commerce is composed of O,
L. Ferns, chairman. C. L. Feather
atone, Frank Schmidt and S. E Gray.
At a previous meeting, .Mr. Harris hikI
Mr. Featherstone were delegated the
general task of outlining some basis
for organization. These men resom-
anil riitrli snlmnn tsnf nf ili. c.l.
mon caught in nets show marks of lie-j mended that tnt organization when it
ing bitten by sea lions. There is no ! '3 accomplished be conducted on these
question but that tnanv fish would be
saved if the sea lions were put out of
lines; Pooling in the buying of pack
ages; pooling on shipments of carload
lots to distributing centers; pool ins; in
public demonstrations of loganberry
juice without regard to bran 1; unite
action in whatever advertising cam-
"Many a patient of mine I have 1 P' "y be launched to educate the
ben unable to help, or have seen lose Public in consumption of the juice,
his life, because alcoholic liquors des- 1 Mr. Ferris reported that he had sug
lli'fedrfPTWrS ( .ccul)Cration-" Dr- Bested the coupling of the loganberry
'Gov. a! O "Stanley, of Kentucky, JJC!fmoe.nt thf -tiv.ties of
who was elected by the wets in a Letter Wr,t,') Week." nnd suggested
close run with a candidate who stood , tne U8e ' a poster stamp symbolical
for state wide prohibition, announces of the juice upon all letters sent out
that he will abolish the uses of all during the week. The proposition was
liquors at the governor s mansion for i Qri .,., i ., , .
all functions whether public or pri-, eaBer,V 8i:Pted by the manufacturers
vate. present and $100 was subscribed to put
In Nebraska the party Prohibition-' out the stamps,
ists by unanimous action of their A later meeting of the munufactur
statc committee, have decided to put ' ers will beheld ut the call of Chairman
"f ,UV t r' K Ferris
time in twenty-eight years, to con
serve the temperance strength for the
prohibitory amendment to the state
On Monday, December 6, for the
first time in the history of the Unit
ed States, a Prohibitionist took the
oath of office as a member of con
gress. Hon. Charles H. Randall, rep-
r.cnlinn tlw. T!...t. ' t ! .!
,t,u 41111111 v-ajuurniu 015
(Continued from First Page)
LUMBER BOOM IS ON.
(Orcgonlan, Oec. 30.-)
That the Pacific Coast lumber mar
ket is in healthier tone than it has
been for a long time, and that the pros-
. 1 .. I. - o : . i r . .
trict. comprising the city and county I - T oum'nor are rlat'
of Los Angeles; .bears the unique X l' WB8 the concensus of opinion
unction ot being the first Prohibit-' ra "K JW or morc Wmhermen who
ionist thus honored. j attended the quarterly meeting of the
r ranees principal tcmcprance so- West Coast Lumber ManufaeHimr.'
Association at the Hotel Portland yes-
cicty, "the Alarm," has just been put
on a more comnrehensive hn! will.
President Poincare as honorary pres
ident and under a patronage commit
tee. The extension of the scope of the
society is viewed with particular in
terest and is considered significant, in
view of the recent legislation and the
decrees limiting the sale of alcohol.
DREAM OF WORLD
Tlic late Cecil John Rhodes, "the
uncrowned, king of Africa," had a
beautiful dream of world peace and in
his will provided for an educational
bond of union to be established be
tween the United Slates and two
other great nations which arc now
Close students of the lodging situa
tion reported that there will probably
be a log shortage until next May or
June at least, and one Portland lum
berman said that he figured there were
fewer logs near Portland for sale than
at any other time during the past 11
Lumbermen from all parts of tho
Northwest reported that their mills
have been prettv well cleaned out of
stock, and that they were not in u posi
tion to take on many new orders even
at the present, advanced prices which
were recommended recently at the 'fa
coma meeting. iZi
The matter of paving Second Ave
nue Kast from Ninth Street south to
the city limits was undertaken qnd
most of the paving bus been ptlfln.
The work has not been fully completed
but it is expected that it will soon bo
done, nnd the cost will then be as
sessed against the abutting property.
The bridge over the slough has bean
almost completed, but the approach to
it on the south is in n verv unsntis
factory condition. The owners of th
adjoining property have promised to
take care of this but have been slow in
doing so, and the same requires atten
The paving suit to which the city
is a party is still pending in the Su
preme Lotirt of tho state. Negoti
ation looking towards n settlement of
the ease are under way. A settlement
of this case, if a settlement is reached
will bring up for consideration pay
ment for the sanitary sewer whirh was
constructed at the same time, and somt1
;iciion win men nave 10 no laxen on
For the present year it is thought
that some action should properly bo
taken looking toward the Improvement
of Third Street from Still well Avenue
West to the city limits, and I consider
il very desirable that this street should
be paved if the same can be done with
out imposing loo great a burden upon
the adjoining property owner,
In the matter of thu city's finances.
the city's assessed valuution for the
present year is about $1,150,000.00,
As the city will be deprived of revenue
from saloon licenses it was necessary
that a larger levy should bo made for
taxes, and a levy was rnado by the
council of 14 mills, distributed as fol
lows: For street purposes 2J mills,
for library purposes J mill, for water
purposes J mill, for sinking fund 1 mill
and for general purposes Of mills.
This Includes provision for tho pay
ment of interest on the city's bonds,
amounting to 101,000.00, tho total in
terest being t3,CCO,00 per annum. It
was deemed advisable to establish a
sinking fund and a otto mill levy was
made for that purpose.
The library will be conducted for tho
Coast Power Co.
I utile to nerve
Every Electric Need
FUthlighti and Batteries
Light Cooking Devlin
I We will hel, von olrc your
would recommend that establish
I menu dealing in soft drinks be put
j Under regulation, 'lhal they bo re
; quired to give bond to conduct orderly
! houses, ami lhal It also be provided by
I ordinance that any person found guilty
of selling liquor in violation of the
law be deprived of any license which
thov rny have from the City to carry
on Intuitions In the City.
1 believe that if theac matters be
properly regulated along Ihote lines.
that we should have very little com
plaint as to illegal skies of intoxicating
liquor in this City.
The expense of the City being In
created by the construction of the
City Hall and bridge, raising tho In
teroal charges and the City i reduction
of revenue us mentioned, will require
thut lite Uty a nil a Irs be managed
with strict economy, and I recommend
your careful attention to the details of
the City's business and the expend!
ture of Its money during the year.
If the same be properly attended to
I am confident that tho revenue pro
vided for will be sufficient to keep tho
city's afTnira on a cash basis, which ia
S. A. HItODIlKAl).
Tillamook. Oregon Jan. 1st, 1916.
pe nika tilicuma, chce pe
ancotti, Tillamook, Oregon.
Niku tike tonus wawa kopa
meslkn kopa paper, tie nlka wawa
skookum wawa kopa okok ouactit
neslka wawa "Tctart's Trail." Mnaika
kumtux ca okok ouacut. Icht "week,"
Klonas tukum sun marsh, kopa Sunday.
nika klatttiwu delait siyah kopu moun
tain, pe irtku hihu mammook kopa okok
trail." Nlkn turn-turn kopu okok
Sunday, hlhu Tillamook Tlliacurnn
kluttnwn kopa Mammook wawa kopa
J. V. IWdieiUon,
Kve A I'ollta. now Kva A
John Doc altnti, her hubaii4
To Kvn A houta. now hire A
lint, ami John Doe Walton, 't
IN TDK N A M V, OF THK
I ti uittwiar and atuwer the c
tiled ni;nliil ynu in thr ntnire ctt
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eatl,m ot thU auiuinoii. ulnl it ui
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demanded In the roltlplj'itt file I Is
uit. to-wit: V-'t judb'inant bl'''iI
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tlirfi-oii nt (' i rn uf eijjht t
I . an'.'.- r- He. "Ml t'
.r, IVtAi. ui.li) i rtl'l.atnl for lb - It
nuiu nt f IW 11 attorney n fre aM
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iniiri.i ami niauuraeinrni in lull
tlesrrlbed In the fomplaint, W'hW
liM'ftfaiJe la reVltnled In tUml,
Paee bit Mortfaiffc ItucOfiU, in !
ownllit the following dencritwd
r erlhte to wit
The i:l One Half (Ki) of (he
est tine Kuurth tswj) am! lUTl
Maple Leaf Creamery A'li. wihea
to receive tilda on hauling cheeao fnnn
ll factory to railroad depot. Into cam
and to ilck In Tillamook Citv ; at-m tin
hiullng Imjx shook from ear In Tllln-
.w.L. 11... I J . . Ill I
ii.jr aim itum saw mill in iltia- ,.;.
mook City to iu factory, same to bL
piled In factory; also for haiillng.utlier a) ami Four (I) uf Section Tlnrti
upiiI1b frvin 'rillaniuvk ttr to ifae. i (3 1) Trtwnhlt. FlVn t). StMX
torv. Comiiiinv reanrvr. tlm m.l.f , i UongC Ten (10), Weal nf WtlUrJ
reieet av or all r.l.t. u,.u ... i.- r. ! Meridian, r Umi".k County, Uf.J
'. ' " runlatning iw it, nrrra more - T
mh,. ..r loin .... . ... ...
i hai aa il nroiK-ri v lie toni tj. in
.iipnt i-ar Creamery AtcUtlon. I ucn jtwgmnni, awl that the apfi
lion or the prtee(u of tint ale i
prokirtt upon foreelouure I if.l
in wte aaiiainrtimt ut aaltl Ju iK4
and that i-at-h of VtU Im fiifel tl
I nil riifhl, titlfi or ettuitV l mt la
iMlaml Lumber t omi.ai.v. .r.r. i l'f"t"rV aint preml.n.
t on. Iimv Hi l iofl ...I. ' o.T.ivp in mm aiitiiinurui ia im
..."'.. i iiiMwi v-,.ii l.i-t.iil. I. ..ii, .i. ii...-. r ..I
a weehlv m
Notice oi Asseumrnl.
tion, imving ua omee nm pr Im pa . . , V ,
Place of hu.lnrsa at No. WW kJsI nV.l ' h'ft
Street, in tho City of I,., Angeles. ""
State of California : K lwf f ijnnrriil ct
iioiirei ia nvreiiy tfiven lhal l a
meetlnir of the Hoard nf Dire, lota of
aald Miami Lumber Comi.atiy, Mil on
the 20th tiay nf Decemher. UHft, nit
asieismonl of Jl W per ahare was
levltd liiKin the Imunl rnnilal ai.u-t ..f
aid corKiratlnn. itayhblo Imnieallately
to C C. Oanahl. Secretarv of said mr-
poratloii. at No. H.T0 Knt First .Street,
in the citv of I-oa An
rny stock utxtn which- thta
ment ahull remain untn.lt! on tin. 17il.
day of Januarv, lOltl, will tx, delln
tUf nt and advertised for aalu nt public
auction, anil utile payment In made
before, will Le sold on tlm ?Kih ,.t
January,. IU10, at 10 o'clock A. .M. on
aald ilnle. to pay the delinquent
ment, top. er with tint ctat of ndver
tlalng ami xper. 1 of nalo. "
C. C. OANAHL.
Notice tor Publication
Dcpartaeat of the Interior
U. S. LAND OFKICK at PnrtUml,
uicKuii, iuccmusr in, iyio,
NOTICK h hcrebv iIvmi tl.i uti.
aelJ. Galloway, of .Sandlake, Oregon,
who, on January, 28, 1009, matin 'lome
atciid I'.ntry, No. OpWi, for Nl'i NK1
rieeiion i. 'lownshlp 3 8 'iith. Unugo.
10 West. Wlllmett,l,rldl,,n. has "ii""
notlCM of intontion m rnnki i.u.. .......
' Proof, to CHtlilillnti M.l rti tu I... i a
iu nul,u iima micK, iwt kiiiskb "regoti. 111 i iiiamook, Oritgnii, on tho
nikeo poo mowltch. Nlku klattawa. ''y "f Jununry, IU1II. Clnlmuni
kopet icht, enitai kopa trail, pe nika
iskum niku la hache, nika "pee vie,'
pe nika "brush-hook," klonas hlhu
stick rnit-IIght kopa trail. Nlka klatta-
wn siah enitai koper trail, pa mitlficht
kopet icht stick, Ich hlus stick. Nlka
hihu rnaminook yuka kopa nlka la
hiiche, no nika tike marsh yaka, pu
niKu nihil hihu mammook. no niku
ufiiVn7,ln"'!0.;;r" ')'"",,""l. John
X".? r.tiwnrtis, lienrgoW.
Galloway, all of Sandlaktt, Oregon.
N. Campbell. Kiigostur.
Restoration To lintry of Lands
In National Forest
NPTfi, J"..t.or1,,r' .,vun "'0
; . '"'.'.i' "rogon, will bo sublmtt
yuKu kiattawii en ita . Nlku Hihu
mammook "cut brush" kopa "brush-
hooka," kopu NoturU trail, po nlka
Klahowya, niku tlulult tull carter nlku
mammook, konntnux nlka, halo tilla
cum help nlku. Wake klnsh kukwu.
Mltlight hihu tvheos kopu Tlllitrnook
pe Netarts, skookum tenas mans, no
curler klnska halo help nlka kopu
mtimmook kloah okok trull Hihu
klaska he-he, po klasku sooponn, Isopn
UuBii-buIl, pe Foot-ball, jw Uiisket-
I f nl ..Jl U a " ""olCaieai) laws of llu
ltibVi 7:m Htiii o'l'A .i. ",'!u .."t
in oiti uimifio tK itiuniv. fi-i . i
ortler of the llonoralilo dvorge l! 1
lev JiHige of said ( ourt. tiled
eaiine, the 'i'lrd day of November, m
tllreetlng that the aame Ih (xtM4J
tor atx nuccaaaivo wceKa titerei' .
(S. A Jnhntott,
(I. K. llamaVet
Altoriteya for I'lahl
Date of llrat publication, N veil
i'liuT iii i an b iiuiiiicniinn. imutbi
Notice l-or I'ulillcntloii
(I'DHLlHIiint ) (I
Department of the Interior
l h. Land offu j-: m Forit
Orogun. Nnvnnflier llth, mifi,
NOTlf'M la hereby given that i
v . Thonilnoii, whose poat i''lct
ilreaa la 2C.ll Fast 'J7lh tit. North, f
itinii, uregtin, iii.i, nu the ,'Wth iiJl
July. HUfi, illo m this utile S4
Htiitotnent nnd Applteuliou. N Ml
til ftllrrhtito tint Wl SI ! i,.,,l si Si
Section Tnwnahlp 6 .South, Ha
10 West, WlllnmolWi MerMntn, awll
timber thereon, under the previa
of tint ht l of June !l, J,k, and
iiini'.Mlniory, known n the "TW
ami htoiio Law," nt Hitch valutl
might bo lixetl by nppralttumo.
that, pursuant t such iipplleitlionj
i'iimi nun iiiiintir llinretMi n,ie t
appniiHcq, the timber estlmnted J
000 botirtl fent m .10 cents per M,
l.ttoO.OWl board foul nt 20 ct) its I'
nnd the Iu nil $160 (KI; that said i
cant will offer filial proof in stippW
oin iiiipiii'titinu turn sworn slnieinci
inn -iin iiny nf JanuMry, HUti, wl
the Hegisior nml Ueeelvur uf the 11
i.tinti Ullice. nt I'urtlnnil, Oregon,
Any pitraoti lit ut liberty to lni
this purchase before entry, or mltj
;i conteHt nt nny time before pi
ihHiios, ny llllnif a ctirroborutcl I
tbivlt in this olllce, alleging fuels l
wuiiki tioioui inn entry.
.AtlnHiiistrator'ii Notice Tl
NOTicrc is niMfRiiv mvKN.
thu Count v Court of thu fltulo of 1
trotl. for Tilliiintuik fVinnte. lis! I
polnteil thu undursi L'ltetl UN ailitiinkl
tor nf the cstiilo of Jeiinlt) Conftl
censeii, nnd thut all persons I'M
lies land nrtl,.o ut !... i7....i V " u 1 1 censed, nnd thut nil nor
.. . "-'" "hiiiiii. wri'imn i . .. ' i.
tm ronrunry IH, lMit ahv a.,ui, . ' "" "ifiiipsi stun osmtn lire w
was nctuully ntl In good I fl" elnh, rnli,n"J JL IW1 ""'" tu ,m "i
nnviif suit hinds f,? H;r cu "i" un.KflKM' T', '00' M" uii,mti
posos prior to Jnniiurv L looil n . i ' I,,w Tlllamimk City Oregu... top
m x months from thu tluto of thl
not abtindoned Hum..., htii u nro , J?,r '.' V0! yotiohuw.
w'Z 'S,'11''1'" I Dto.l November 2(Itb. 1016.
tho persons 'mnntiu J'" . . I Win. A. Dnlrympl,.; A.l.nlnlitr
buvon pruferonco rlitht subloei ?! H?tiitti pf Jannlo 1
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