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From Over There"
General Pershing's Official Report
The following casualties are report
ed by the commanding general of the
American expeditionary forces:
Killed in action 47
Missing in' action 49
Wounded severely :. 135
Died of wounds 24
lied of disease 34
lied of accident and other causes.... 4
Wounded, degree undetermined .... 136
Wounded slightly 22
Total "...,.'...;...'.. i 501
In today's list, four names are men
tioned from Oregon. Arthur E Howell
of Lebanon is reported severely wound,
ed. Wesley H Allison of Prineville is
reported as slightly wounded.
Charles O Ackorman, Florence, Or,
died of disease
John W Stevenson, Baker, Or, died
- Killed in Action
Hymen Freiberg, Ken- York
Arthur T Johnson, -Chesterton Ind
Lester W Kearn, New York
Frank D Nowack, )es Moines la
Frank Krugniau, New York
Phillip Kapoport, Brooklyn
Austin M Heed, Normange, Tex
Jno H Edwards, Springfield Mo
KmH, J Nadler, Recdsburg, Wis
i , Jaktj Raffille, Brooklyn Hta 0
Jos Van Dcgardo-, Chicago
Oren 8 Alitzer, Minneapolis, Minn
Geo Bauer, Keokuk la . .
Kiuiol B Blunischi, Jiernstadt Ky
Herman L Bond, Benkelninn Neb
Homer J Butler, Midvalc. Neb
Henry F Carpenter, Lake City Ark
William H Charter, Delaware 0
Otis E Cook, Griffin da
John Corr, Philadelphia
Josef Hanua, Huntsburg 0
Wm H Harrison, Draper N C
Wrm C Hnys, Lynvillo Tenn,
Tony Monies!, Alpha N J
- Arthur 0 Morgan, Topeinban Mich
Wm M Mylus,'Elkins V Va
Albert E Potter, Personvillo Tox
J as Ramhie, La Pror Tex
Carmelo Scoglio, Tiniblin Pa
John Wegella, Phoenix Ariz
, Robert A Perkins, Jasper Tex
Wilbert Shaw, Waverly Ala
Merrill L Simonds, Thorndike Mass
Morris L Slaughter, Winston Salem
Henry L Smart, West Chasey N Y
Harry Smith, Prospect Tenn
Orin I Snyder, Salt Creek Wyo . "
Jesse C Sonder, Republic Mo
Nile A Sullivan, Kenona, N Y
Sainl Tiaub, New York
Ferdinand I'rban, Hartford S D
Henry Walker, Allisevillo Ala
Clayton D Warner, Seven Valleys Pa
m B Wlson, i'airchance l a
Died of Wounds
Karl R Davis, Philadelphia.
Lee 8 Eads, Hamilton Mo '
Frederic B Pritchctt, Philadelphia
. Norman Clarke, Edgerton Wis
Easy to Make . This
Pine Cough Remedy
. Thnmm1g of funllln hw by lt
prompt rvmilti. Jnf xinilTC,
ui wm ftbuut I.
Tou know that pine Is used in nearly
U prescriptions and remedies for coughs.
(The reason is thai; pine contains several
peculiar elements that have a remark
able effect in soothing and healing the
membranes of the throat and! chest.
J'ine is famous for this purpose.
Pine cough syrups are combinations of
fine and syrup. The "syrup" part ia
, Usually plain granulated sugar syrup.
To make the best pine cough remedy
I hat money can buy, put 2 ounces of
Pinex in a pint "Bottle, and' fill up
K'ith borne-made sugar svrup. Or you
can use clarified molasses, honey,
or corn svrup, instead of sugar wrap.
Either way, you make a full pint -mote
than you can buy ready-made for three
limes the money. It is pure, good and
jery pleasant children take it eagerlv.
You can feel this take hold of a cough
or cold in-a way that means businesp.
The cough may be dry. hoarse and tight,
or may be persistently loose from the
formation of phlegm. The cause is the
me inflamed membranes and this
Pinex and Syrnr combination will stop
I usually in 24 hours or less. Splen
did, too, for bronchial asthma, hoarse
Hem, or any ordinary throat ailment.
Pinex is highlv concentrated com
pound of genuine Norway pine extract,
nod is famous th world over for its
prompt effect upon coughs.
Beware of substitutes. Ask your druc
pist for "m ounces of Pinex" with
directions, ind don't accept anything
rise. Guaranteed to give absolute sat
isfaction or money DTomptlv refunded.
The Pinex Co, Ft. Wayne, Ind.
YOU KNOW WHY - -
Perry W Taft, Denver Colo
Corp John Peterka, Saunkicentre
Clarence J Alberts, Cortlaud K Y
Jas T Bailey, Ensloy Ala
Walter Bearden, Birmingham Ala
Philip A Chaput, Lowell Mass
Grover C Clute,.Middleport N Y
.Rufus Cotton, Bynum N C
John Day, Detroit Mich ;
John J Fcniter, Chicago
Charles II Good, Hamburg Pa
Haimowitz, New York
Clyde Johnston, Springvnlo Mich
Joseph Lnlondc, Gould City Mich
Charles E Mattrews, Center View Mo
Wm L Mattingly. Mound City 111
Geo Monnich, Luxor Pa
Died, of Disease
Lt Jas B Cleary, Richmond Va
Nurse Magdalene Volland . Buffalo
Homer D MeDonnld, Moscow Miss
Archibald L Smith, Manchester N H
Win II Merritt, Dryfolk Va
Charles Sknliic, Forest City Pa
Bonnie f Wright, Richmond Va
Wagoner Earl W Melvin, Zauesvillo
Cook Charles E Bice, Kenldalville
Wm E Albright, Clarno Wis
Sanil J Allen, Shiocton Wis ;
. Wiu R Barclay, Schenectady" N Y '
. Paul C Beach, Minneapolis Kan .
- Richard C Bcrger, Locust Gap Pa;
t Jas Covington, Ctntral Ala
WeHngton D Decker, Cadillac Mich
Albert C Dethlefs, Manninq; la
Geo Devore, Altoona Pi
Daniel W Donovan, Tonawunda Pa
Geo .F Foeney, Alton N H
Edd Gibbons, Philam Tenn
Homer L Gilbert, Klmwood Place O
"Louis A Griffith, Goshen t
Jacob W Keefer, Tampa Kan
Adolph C Keiffer, Winters Teic
Toney Romero, Trampas N M
Goo Smith, Tuskegee Ala .
Lambert T Stewart, Lories La
' Glenysh Strickland,. Braggs Ala
John O Swain, Alma Ark
Robert A Tapscott, Pecan Gap Tex
Henry Taylor, Binshall Va
Thomas Warren, Waggoner Okla
Died from Accident and Other Causes
Sgt Nathan Holmes, Jacksonville Fla
Corp Jno C Roan, Zouia 0
Alfred L Coffey, Shullsmills N C
Louis Nolson, Fillmore N D
Killed in action 47
Missing in action 49
Wounded severely : 1S4
Died of disease - 34
Died of accident and other causeB.. 4
Died of wounds 25
Wounded slightly : 15
Wounded, degree undetermined 130
Killed in Action
M Moore, Houston Tex
Ralph W' Tippet, Appleton Wis
Charles M Davis, Cincinnati
Jacob J Gorgoschilitz, St Paul Minn
Everette McManus, Aurelia la
John Mocser, Tompkinsville N Y
Patrick J Dolan, West Lynn Mass
William G Hamil, Crowdor Okla
Georgo O Hardin ger, Garrison Ia
Percy L Marshall, Blairsville Pa
Wallace J McAdams, Moberly
Ernest L Anderson, Kingsville Tox
James H Aurclins, Ncwburyport Mas
Joseph Urassea, Keating Colo
Claude E Clement, Kansas City Kan
Robert E C'rumplar, Anda.ati Ala
Joseph J Duffek. Cleveland O
Edward ft Dumler, St Barnard O
Noah Echols, San Antonio Tex
Baffacl GaWnte, New York
Truman F Hacker, Gouverneur N Y
Frank K Haid, Pittsburg Pa
Sam G Johnson, Sweden
John H Kern, Glencoo Mn
Edward Kildeo, Buckley Mica -Willie
King, Bessemer Ala
Per E Iindgrcn, Tskelin.Minn
Benj Logatto, Orangeburg N Y
Fred Mathis Necdmore N C
Ed Mayweld, Bobville Tex
Joseph McGinn, Osklane, Pa
Arthur W McMeeKan, New York
John F McMillan, New York -.
Oscar II McVeigh, Bremen 0
Joseph Mikcnas, Jr, New York
Ernest Miller, Lincoln X Y
Raymond T Morris, Philadelphia
Lee M Mullin, Somerville Tex
Daniel Murptav. Hyde Park Mass
William F 'Ollara, Burlington X J j
Eric Olson, Williams Minn i
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James P Patterson, New York
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1918.
All Is Hat Gold That Glittsrs ?
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A RESTAPRANT FROCK charmouse
and chantilly lace frail as a cob web.
A threading of French blue ribbon in
skirt and wais.t adds just the piquant
toucn Milady fashion adores.
(c) Underwood & Underwood
Died of Wounds
Sedor P Bayko, Now York
joun P Fedick, Detroit Mich
Bernt A Fosnes, Clearbrook Minn
John Gannon, Cleveland 0
Schyler Gray, Cadiz Ky
Arnold Hodge, Piedmont Mo
Harry Lycthcy, Somerset Pa
Bryant Price, McKcnzie Ala
'Choster H Ransom, Perry burg, N Y
James E Runs, Cleveland 0
Herman H Shakow, Detroit Mich
Stanley Walker, Decatur Ala
Claud S Wood, Brookvillc 0
John Yaiak, Philadelphia
Philp Nasta, Brooklyn
Chester I Norris, Carnegie Pa
Louis I Press, Eveleth Minn
Herman C Stein, Brooklyn
Rowland H Stillinger, Eaurora N Y
Charles L Storey, Wainright Okla
Silas Tafoya, Dixon N
Walter W Watson, Plattevillc Wis
Charles W Whiting, Avon Mass
Steve Ycudrick, Plymoutr l'a
Died of Disease
Mech James S Wallace, Roopville Ua
Musician Ed Lucas, Hamilton Tex
James B Armsworthy, Pttsburg Pa
Claude S Booker, .North Salem Ind
August W Bnrmoistcr, Jcfters Minn
George N Frye, Mcdford aMss
Warren B Diot'z, ' ork Pi
Samuel H Field, Barkedalo Tex
Abe O Frost, Cliirkuvillo Ark
Jack Good, Doniphan Mo
KOW RHEUMATISM BEGINS
The excruciating agonies of rhenma.-
tisui are usually tho result of failure
of the kidneys to expel poisons from
the system. In a majority of cases rheu
matism is an indication that uric acid
has pervaded the -system. If the irrita
tion of these uric acid crystals is al
lowed to continue, incurable bladder or.
kidney disease may result. Attend to
it at once. Don't resort to temporary
relief, i he sicn Kidneys .must bo re
stored to health by the use of some
sterling remedy which will prevent a
return of the disease.
Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
Oil Capsules immediately. They are a
standard world famous medicine in use
for over two hundred years. They have
brought back the joys of life to count
less thousands of sufferers from rheu
matism, lame back, lumbago, sciatica,
gall stones, gravel and other affections
of the kidneys, liver, stomach, bladder
and allied orgam.
They will attaek the poisons at once
clear out the kidneys and urinary
tract and the soothing healing oils
and herbs will restore the inflamed
tissues and organs to normal health.
GOLD MEDAL is the original Haar
lem Oil imported direct from the home
laboratories in Haarlem, Holland, by
the Genuine- Haarlem Oil Mfg. Co.,
Haarlem Holland. American . office,
110 BeekniaiS St., N. Y.
All others arc imitations. Ask for
GOLD MEDAL and be sure the name
GOLD MEDAL is on the box. Three
sizes, at all good druggists,
Get the Habit of
Drinking Hot Water
8y we cant look or feel right
with th system full
Millions of - folks 'bathe internally
now instoad of loading their system
with drugs. "What's an inside bathl"
you say. Well, it is guaranteed to per
form miracles if you could believe
these hot water enthusiasts.
There are vast numbers of men and
women who, immediately upon arising
in the morning, drink a glass of real
hot water with a tcaspoonful of lime
stone phosphate in it. This is a Very
excellent health measure. It is intend
ed to flush the stomach, liver, kidneys
and tho thirty feet of intestines oi the
previous day's waste, sour bile and
indigestible material left over in the
body which if not eliminated every day
becomes food for tho millions of bac
teria which infest the bowels, tho quick
result is poisoug ami toxins which are
then absorbed into the blood causing
headache, bilious attacks, foul breath,
bad taste, colds, stomach trouble, kid
ney misory, gloeplessness, impure blood
and all sorts of ailmtnts,
Peoplo who foel good one day and
badly the next, but who simply can not
get feeling right are urged to obtain
a quarter pound of limestone phosphate
at tho drug storo. This will cost very
little but is sufficient to make anyone
a real crank on tho .subject of internal
Lon Hall, Oldtown Ky
Andrew M Halverson, Clarkfield Min
Wm E Huntsingsor, Indianapolis Ind
Edmund Irving, Baltimore Md
James T Johnson, Bowdon Ga
Albert F Junkcrman, Blackwator Mo
Carl T Lundberg, Strandburg 8 D
Claude B Macouibor, Dover Mo
James H McC'onncU, Cincinnati
Angus McDonald, Minilla Mich
Jacob Mingo, Columbia Miss
Edward F Mullin, Boston
Richard L Kitchens, Helena Ark
Lemuel Kolb, Philadelphia Pa
Valentino Kukla, Kawkawlia Mich
Monroo McDonald, Heber Utah
Thomas C Montgomer, New Coiner
ston O J ' .
m Ira M Moore, Blytho Ga
v Arthur Nunn, CrosweH Mich
John 3 Potulski, Detroit Mich'
Annuius Robertson, Williamston NC
Charles G Straitis, Waterbury Conn
Louis C Witt, Detroit Mich
SPENT MONEY FOOLISHLY
"I have beon a great sufferer from
stomach trouble' and gall stones. No
one knows the pains 1 have suffered.
Since taking the first dose of Mayr's
Wonderful Remedy am feeling fine,
can work all day and eat anything 1
want. Have no moro distress or palpi
tation of the heart from gas on my
stomach. I have spent a great deal of
money on doctors and medicine but got
nothing to holp mo." If 'is a simple,
harmless preparatioin that removes
the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal
tract and allays the inflammation
which causes practically all stomach,
liver and intestinal ailments, including
appendicitis. One doso will" convince or
money rofunded. J. C. Perry, Capital
D ru g Store, and d r uggists everywhere. '
Wheat, soft white 1.942
Wheat, lower grades on sample
Oats - . B0e$l
Hay. oats $25
Hay, cheat, new .
Butterfat . 67c
Creamery butter -. 66e
Fork, Veal aul Mutton
Pork, on foot ; ...... 17c
Veal, fancy V
Steers , 7t
Sing lambs 12c
Ewes - .46i
" ambs, yearlings
Eggi and Poultry
Eggs cash . 500
-lens; live 2123c
Old roosters 15
Springs . 2124c
Sweet potatoes . -75
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QUICK REFERENCE TO
WHERE BUYER AND
EVES'! THIN Q ELECTBIGAL
slm Xlenhe Co, Masonic Temple, 127 North Hik. ,
DBS. B. E. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopatkis physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy, Kirk
villo, Mo. Post graduato and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Offices 503-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 85rf. Residence,
1620 Court Phone 2S15. Dr. White
Res. Phone 4U9.
DR. F. L. UTTER, DENr H,t7r00M8
413-414 Bank of Commerce building.
BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments,
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
eases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange 337
Court street, Phone 403.
9ALEM WATER COMPANY Office
. corner Commercial and Trado etreots
Bills payable monthly in advance.
Onions, local .', $li.S!5
Carrots , $1.75
Tomatoes ...... ............... $1
Uuoumbers ......... E549e
Green peppers 8c
Cnsabas ... 3c
Parsnips .-. 8e
Egg plant ... -.. 8c
Cranberries, box $4.23
Lomons, box . $6.507
Bananas .... 8c
Black figs, 25 25. lbs 4.C0
Pigs, 4 oi packages $ii
Figs, 6 oz, packages $4.50
Pigs, 8 oz. packages $3.50
Pigs, 10 lb. fancy .'. $2.25
Pigs, 10 lb. ox. fancy ." $2.50
E stall Prices
Creamery butter 72c
Flour, hard wheat $03.25
Country buttor . 65c
Egijs, dozca 55c
Fur sugar permits go to C. M. Lock
wood, food administrator, 214 North
No limit on purchases of flour.
Portland, Or., Sept. 25. Buttor, city
Eggs, selected local ex. S356e
Broilers 27 30c
Cheese triplets 3536e
DAILY LIVE STOCK MARKET
Portland, Or., Oct. 15. Butter, city
Tono of market steady, unchanged
E jgs, local ex. 60c
Primo steers $12tii)13
Choice to good steers $11(S12
Medium to good steers $9.73fall
Fair to medium steers $8.2."(a'J,25
Common to fair steers H
Choice cows and heifers $S(a9
Medium to good cows and heifers $6
Fair to medium cows and heifers $3
banners f-wi4 .
Stackers and feeders $3f( 8
Tone of market steady, unchanged
Prime mixed $17.75ftl7.85
Medium mixed 17..1'i(?;;17.flO
Rough heavies $15.75(13.83
Pigs $14.5Ka 15.50
Tone of market steady, unchanged
Prime lambs $12(a)14
Fair to medium lambs $911 -
Ewes $0.50(tt9 1
FIRMS THAT GIVE SERYICE
SELLER MEEME RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS 8
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
1 THOS. K, FORD .
O.er Ladd & Bush bank; bulfim Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 5 por
cent 34 years time. A. C. Bobrnstedt,
401 Masonic Templo. Balem, Oregon.
FOB SALEi-250 acres, 100 in cultiva
tion balance in pasture and timber
Fine stream of water, good buildings
and good road, 3-4 mile from a livo
ly saw mill town. Will take good
house and lot in Salem as part pay
ment. Price $(i0 per aero. Phone 470
Square Deal Realty Company. U. S.
Bank Building, Salem. 717
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at' reasonable ratos. Yard and eesa
pools cleaned. Office phone, Main
2247. Residence Alain 2272.
FOR A WOOD SAW Phone 1090-B-1255
N. Summer St. Our prices are
right. W. M. Zandar, proprietor. 9-18
BRING YOUR TRADES
t can match you. C. W. Niemeyor, Real
Estate Agent, Canada Lands, 544 State
THE FIXIT SHOP Let "s ropair and
Bharpcn your lawn mowars. 267 Court
Thono 1022. tf
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
60 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 20 to 58 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, etc
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fonco and Stove Works.
250 Court street. Thone IB.
When you use Journal clansifi-
cd ads get what you want tlwm
to they work fast,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEEff AT
McCornack ball on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C, P. J. Eunta
K. B. & 8.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6240 meets
every 3rd and 4th Thur. eve, 8 o'clock
in Derby buililiug, corner Court and
High streets. B. F. Day, V. C.j F. A.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Kecler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or ne
glect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the sccretay for investiga
tion. ROYAt NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360.
meets every Thursday evening ia
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St.
erti'lf; Mrs. Molissa Persons, record
er 1415 N. 4th bt. Phone 1436M.
JJN1TED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84 mcota first Thursday of
each month, at 8 p. m- in I. O. O. F.
Ball. Norma L. Tetwilliger, M. A.;
C. A. Vibbert, secretary, 34() Owens
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ON SHORT NOTICE it
RAILROAD THE TABLE
(Effective October 3, 1918.)
No. 18 Oregon Express 0:55
No. 54 Oregoniaa ... .5:05
No. 28 Willamette Limited .9:15
No. 18 Portland Passenger 1:20
No. 24 Coos Bay Limited .
No. 14 Portland Express .
No. 23 Coos Bay Limited -No.
15 California Express
No. 17 Roseburg Pas&cuger 9:33
No. 27 Willamettcd Liinited....5:54
No. 13 'Frisco Expross 4:18
SALEM GEEK LINE.
No, 73 Arrive at Salem . 6:10 a. n.
No. 74 Leave Salem . 3:10 p. m.
SALEM, FALLS CITY & WESTERN.
161 Leaves Salem, motor 7:00 a.nv,
103 Leaves Salem, motor ........9:28 a.m.
103 Leaves Salom, motor .... 1:55 p.m.
(Through car to Monmouth and Arlie.)
171 Leavos Salem ............... 6:13 p.m
102 Arrives at Salom 8:25 aau.
184 Arrive at Salem 11:00 a. m.
109 Arives at'Salem 3:20 p.m.
172 Arrives at Salem 7:40 p.m.
Train Leave Arrive Arrive
No. Portland Salem Eugene
5 Ltd......8:15am 10:15 am 12:30 p
7"., 10:40 am 12:50 pm Salem only
9 2i05 pm 4.12 pw 8:35 put
13 Ltd.. 4:45 pm 6.40 pm 8:s3 pnt
17 6:05 pm 8:07 pm Salem only
19 9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salom only
No. 63 school train from Woouburn, ar
rive 8:35 a. m. except Saturday an!
(North Bank Station (leaving Jeffersoa
Street 15 and 20 minutes later.)
Praia Leave Arrive
No. Engeno Salein
6 7:15 am
No. 64 to Woodburn 8:53 a.
Saturday and Sunduy.
10 Ltd 7:25 am 9:4o am 11:30 am
12 12:15 pm 2:25 p
16 Ltd. l:4ipm 4:00 pm 5:50 pn
20 5:30 pm 7:40 pox
22 B:25pm 7:55 pro. 10:00 pa
(North Bank Station (Arrive Jeffcrsoa
street 13 minutes earlier.
Leave Corvallis Arrive Salem
8:20 am.- -..Northbound ...9:45 ta
2:41 pra....-Northbound.-.,....4:00 pm
6:18 am .Northbound 7:53 jm
Leave Salom Arrive Corvalti
10:15 am Southbound 11:37 am
4:12 pm Southbound.. .5:40 pm
6:40 pm Southbound 8:00 pm
NOTICE OF SALE
Of Government Timber, General Laa4
Washington, D. C, August 29, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that subject
to the conditions and limitation oi
the act of June 9, 1915 (3'J Stat., 818)
and tho instructions of the seeienary
of the interior of Septomber 13, 1017,
the timber on the following lands will
be sold October 23, 1918, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at public auction at me unite
States laud otheo at Portlnnd, Oregon,
to the highest bidder at not ks than
the appraised value aj shown y this
notice, sale to be subject to the approv
al of the secretary of the interior. The
purchasa price, with u additional
sum of one fifth of one per cent there
of, being commissions allowed, must be
deposited at timo of sale, money to be
returned if ak is not approved, other
wise patent will issue for the timber
which must b removed within tea
years.. Bids will be reovived from cit
izens of the United States association
of such eitizons and corporations organ
ized under the laws of the Unite
States or any state, territory or dis
trict thereof only. Upon application of
a qualified purchaser, tho timber oa
any legal subdivision will bo offered
separately bafore being Included in any
offer of a larger unit.
T. 11 8., H, IE.. Sec. 27,
red fir 1275 M., white.. fir 73 M,
none of the rea fir or white fir to b
sold for less than $1.50 per M.
Commissioner General Land Office.
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