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The Oroville weekly gazette. [volume] (Oroville, Wash.) 1905-19??, September 17, 1909, Image 8

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I OROVILLE WASHINGTON I
Monday llti head of beef cattle, pm- ;
chased by Jas. Jackson forshipment to
the Spokane market, were delivered
at this place by Tom Jones, Sherman
Burden, ! Lee Stone, Hank Didra and
W. Grounds, of I’ine creek, and C. H.
Owens, of Loomis.
Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Harry were in
town from their ranch on I‘aimer moun-
tain Tuesday to consult a physician re
garding the baby, the little one having
been ill for a week. Mrs. Harry will
remain in Oroville the child entirely
recovers. The ailment is not consid
ered serious.
That old veteran, Geo. A. Blackwell,
of Riverside, who has resided in Oka
nogan county long enough to be classed
among the pioneers, spent Tuesday in
Oroville. Time is handling Mr. Black
well with care, as he looks no older
than when the writer first met him a
dozen years ago.
W. -W. Scott, a resident of the Klle
meham neighborhood, was in town
Monday Mr. Scott recently pulled in
from a threshing run end reports crops
much better in that neighborhood than
reported earlier in the season. One
piece on Mr. Scott’s home place yield
ed better than 40 bushels per acre.
Floyd Wickersham returned home
this week from a trip to Spokane and
Republic. He reports that Republic
has taken on a new lease of life. Min
ing is active, a large mill is to be
erected at once, and the town has an
air of thrift and bustle. Mr. Wicker
sham believes that the place is on the
eve of a boom.
Some unknown party broke out a
window light in Geo. Devon's store
some lime during Monday night and
abstracted a pair of $4 shoes from the
window display. It was shoes the ma
rauder was out of, for not another ar
ticle was missing. Any individual pa
rading around wearing a new pair of
workingmen's brogans is liable to be
nabbed on suspicion.
It will be seen that a large amount of
school lands in the upper part of the
county are advertised for sale. Won
der if the astute La Follette, who is to
be the next congressman from this dis
trict, will roar out that if Lord Pinchot
had the doing of it, instead of the ig
norant state officials, the government
would get more money out of it, and to
hell with the state, anyhow.
Attorney Eugene Fitzgerald, of Oro
ville, former partner of Judge Ernest
Peck of the superior court, and a can
didate before the recent primaries for
superior judge of Okanogan and Ferry
counties, was a Conconully visitor Mon
day. During his stay here Mr. Fitz
gerald took occasion to congratulate
Attorney Pendergast upon his splendid
victory.—Conconully Record.
The result of the gathering of this
point last week of several gentlemen
interested in mining properties near
Oroville will be the early resumption
of work on the Dividend and Gold Dust,
two remarkably choice holdings on
Kruger mountain. Much development
has been done at both properties in
the past, and a large quantity of ex
cellent ore is on the dump and an im
mense amount blocked out in the Di
vidend.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Office of the Highway Board. Olympia, Wash..
Sept. 14, 1910.
Bids will be received at this office until two
o’clock p. m. October 5,1910, and then opened,
for clearing, grubbing, grading and draining
state road No. 10, in Okanogan county, from
Brewster, north,
The maps, plans, profile, estimate and sped*
fications are on file in this office, in the office
of county engineer of Okanogan county, in the
office ul the division engineer, W. I*. Butler,
226 Hutton building, Spokane, Wash., and with
the Pacific Builder & Engineer, Seattle. Wash.,
whore they may be inspected.
Date of completion of contract August 31,
1911.
The right is reserved to reject any and all
bids. Bids will be made upon lorms to be
furnished by this office and must be scaled
and marked “Proposal for Improvement of
State Roa 1 No. 10, Okanogan County, Wash
ington.”
No bid will be considered unless accompan
ied by a certified check payable to the state
treasurer for five per cent of the amount of the
bid, based on approximate estimate furnished
by the state Highway Commissioner.
The checks of the lowest acceptable bidder
and the next lowest acceptable bidder will be
held until tlie contract is signed.
HENRY L. BOW LB Y.
Secretary of the Highway Board.
Serial No. 08909
APPLICATION FOR PATENT
Cnitcd States Land Office, Waterville Wash
ington, September 1, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that .1. F. Samson,
whose post office address is Oroville, Okanogan
county, Washington, has made application for
a patent to the Era Lode claim, situate in the
Similkamcen mining district, Okanogan coun
ty, Washington, in sections 18 and 19, township
40 north, range 27 east, W M.. designated as
Mineral Survey No. 980, and described as fol
lows;
Beginning at corner No. 1, whence the ] A cor.
to secti ns 18 and 19, township 40 north, range
27 east, W. M„ bears north 9 degrees 22 minutes
east 105.3 feet distant, cor 2-527, Cobbler lode
bears north 44 degrees 52 minutes east 178 8
feet distant; thence south 44 degrees 3.” min
utes west 786.90 feet to corner No. 2; thence
north : 10degrees 21 minutes west 626. fiO feet to
corner No. 3; thence north 39 degrees 32 min
utes east 809 30 feet to corner No. I; thence
south 30 degrees 21 minutes cast 600 feet to
corner No. 1, the place of beginning, contain
ing 9.826 acres.
The location is recorded in the office of the
auditor of Okanogan county, Washington, in
book T, records of quartz, at page 114.
There are no adjoining or conflicting claims
as shown by the plat of survey, except the
Cobbler lode, which adjoins on the east and
does not eonliict.
W. F. HAYNES, Register.
Date of first publication September IC, 1910:
November 18, 1910.
CALL FOR BIDS.
Proposals for the furnishing of material and
ami the construction in whole, or In part of a
water works system, consisting „f a well,
pumping machinery, reservoir, and pipe line
will be received until M< n lay, October 17,
1910, by the city clerk of Oroville, Washington.
The right reserved to reject any and all bids.
Information, plans and specifications will be
furnished upon request.
Dated this 14th day of September. 191 ft.
E. S. TAYLOR.
Clerk of the Town of Oroville.
CALL FOR BIDS.
Proposals for the furnishing of the material
and the construction of a city hall for the town
of Oroville, will be received until Monday
evening at 8:00 o’clock, October 10. 1910, by
the city clerk. The right reserved to reject any
and all bids. Information, plans and spec-ill-|
cations on exhibit nt the office of said clerk of
the town of (>roville.
Dated this 30th dav of September. 1910.
E S. TAYLOR.
Clerk of the Town of Oroville.
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