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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1893.
be Weekly Ghroniele.
THE PALU. - - -
LOCAL AM) FtKKOHAL.
A dnsen yards without a flw,
llu skated will) r.iit ease;
Tiin ntt down suddenly and "
VA multitude of these:
!.. ; ;
Then with much dimcully he
,,, and .Hid meanwhile
A Iun.k.1 words which (t you see
Expressed in Just thin tyli
bsorve the new advertisement above
.'ease A Mays.
An epidemic of glanders la killing
I rues in Tacoma.
The sheriff of Wasco county will get
ty the new law $2,()00 and the clerk
T':e ferry cable which was broken by
t' lee, has recently been replaced by a
.. W. Garretson will entertain the
I Club this evening at .her home on
Messrs. fialtroarshe 4 Co. shipped one
c-r of cattle from their stock yards
last evening to Portland.
In Morrow county It Is foar ed that the
cold weather has not only killed th fruit
but the trees, as well.
While the Allen-Turner fight is pro
grr 'ng with no hope of a successful
t lnotioi Senator Squire is doing
! i good work at Washington.
jose who have not sprayed their
js should do so at once. The bads
will soon be out, and then it will be too
late, for the fruit will have been killed.
I 'attack's team, In harness but wlth
t the wagon, exercised themselves by
a - .lid runaway last night, resulting in
i ) harm either to the horses or busi.
The alarm bell was vigorously sounded
about 7 o'clock lust night. The report
was that the Columbia house wub on
fire, but an investigation proved that the
report was groundless.
In the case of Mr. Thornburn vs.
Wood Bros., tried before Judge Blakeley
yr .terday, the jury decided in favor of
tl.e plaintiff as to the possession of the
sheep, but that no damages be allowed.
Small pox has made its apiiearam-e at
C-egon City. It has been In Portland for
r me time, and The' Dalles may expect
sooner or later. The county court
or city council would do well to appoint
a bourd of health as soon as practicable.
Mr. Batter of Batter, McKinsey & Co.,
C.jcade Locks, is in town. Through
him it is learned that Day Bros, are ex
' ; ecting the arrival today or tomorrow of
the railroad iron for the tramway up
Herman creek to the quarry. This week
or next will witness the inauguration of
a-'ive work at the Cascades.
(Senator Dolph has no far recovered
ti.at he was able to be In the senate
chamber yesterday, for the first time,
I'ace he was taken sick. In the draw
'. of seats he was lucky, the choice of
( a senate, that of Senator Dawes of
1 jasachusetta, and is next to the aisle
ar.d one in front of Senator Micthell.
Our usually quiet neighborhood has
been considerably stirred up of late over
the death of John Ileunafick. The coro
ner's Inquest revealed the fact that he
came to his death from a blow dealt by
Al llombree In a drunken row over cards,
"lembree is under arrest and is out with
' e constable hunting up bail, which
is fixed at 1,000. Kent Cor. Antelope
""he long Creek Eagle reports that F.
5mith of the Haystack section drew
first prize of the San Francisco Ex
a. ner, twenty acres of improved land,
ortges(l0 acres) and docldnous fruit
(10 acres,) with six-room two-story
cottage in the Orange Vale colony, Sac
ramento county, Cal. Its value is
Senator Mitchell gave a luncheon yes
terday in Washington D.C. for the Oregon
'emocrats in that city. Besides himself,
mator Dolph and J.B.Montgomery,
ere wore present and representing the
miocratic party : C. A. Cogswell, state
nil tor from Lakeview ; John Lane, of
osoburg, and Z. T. Siglen, of Coos
1 dreamed Hint I sat on n Iceberg
Kur up on the Retiring sea shore,
Pressed only in thin underclothing,
Though sensing ( Ice. too, I wore.
HttiliuHltMi hung down from my whiskers.
'Inn Inches in longth, If not more,
And the mid polar winilH fiercely blowing
Were chilling me through to the core.
The blond In my vein was congealing,
And I knew that my life waa o er;
So I woke mid found tlmt the cover
1 1 -td nil fallen oil ou the iloor.
A chlnook sephyr is whirling the dust
n a hvely manner this afternoon.
The Regulator will make daily trips
from now on, starting at 7 o'clock.
The sewer between Eighth and Ninth
streets, on Lincoln, is reported in bad
Two cars of cattle arrived at Salt
marshe'a stock yards last night from
Thore will be a great scarcity of
peaches this year, and the price will un
doubtedly be very high.
Persons down from The Dalles Lum
bering Co's. Mills report the snow two
and a half feet deep on level.
Miss Belle Hood returned from Port
land this morning. She is equipped
with all the latest styles and patterns
and may be found over Pease A Mays'
dry goods store.
A team of horses, weighing 1,400
pounds apiece, were sold this morning
for 1 140 to a Hood Kiver party.
A rabbit hunt In the Bye Grass neigh
borhood, in Crook county, last week
resulted In the extermination of over 300
Ex-Representative Garnbee, tf Alba,
Or., declares that the state of Oregon
"has been looted by the legislature just
N. Harris is to build at once a new
store in the East End, at the corner of
Second and Madison streets, opposite
the. Skibbe hotel.
John A. Gates and Charles Edwards,
17-year-old boys, were yesterday sen
tenced at Ellonsburg to two years in the
penitentiary for burglary.
Cal Hale, who was recently convicted
of robbing the Roslyn bank, has been
granted a new trial by Judge Graves. It
will come off the 20th of this month.
In the case of J. N. Coven ton et al.,
appellants, vs. F. A. Seufert et. al., re
spondents, appeal from Wasco county,
judgment of the court below was af
firmed ; opinion by Judge Moore.
Some one who could not -see any dif
ference between a polled Angus bull and
a dun-colored buffalo, started the report
that a genuine buffalo bison was at
Saltmarshe's stock yards the other day.
J. W. and John McCollum. of Hay
creek, arrived today. They confirm the
reiarts that the loss of sheep will not
exceed two per cent. The roads are
very bad, but will be good in a week if
there is no more hard rains.
The Indians of the Nei Perce Indian
reservation signed an agreement yester
day for the opening of the reservation.
Much credit is due Robt. Glesher, in
securing the consent of the obstinate
chiefs. The treaty will be ratified on
the 10th at Lapwai.
J. M. Aahworth, the Day creek fruit
grower, says that not only fruit, but the
treea have suffered much in his locality.
Peach, apricot and pear trees have
nearly all been killed, and orchardists
are in hard lurk. The apple crop will
be a failure. East Oregonian.
Superintendent Rowland has nomi
nated Drs. J. A. Richardson and W. A.
Cusick to be consulting physicians at
the asylum, and Dr. Sara S. Hill, of
East Portland, to be the lady assistant
of the physicians, and the board of trus
tees of the asylum have confirmed the
Mr. A. S. Roberta, living near the
Summit school house, called on Tut
Ciikonicli yesterday and from him we
learn that there is quite a body of snow
on the ground west, towards and in the
vicinity of Kingsley. North of Summit
plowing is in full blast, and some sowing
has been done. Sheep has fared well
and are out on the ranges. Some of the
sheep men are separating their bands,
looking to the lambing season.
An angular maiden named Ann
Fell In love with nn architect man,
Hut they bad big row,
And ahe'a ailing biiu now,
Fur be used bur for making plan.
The Diamond flour mills started up
The spring ruu of salmon will soon
Mr. Stone is placlug two fish wheels,
one on each side of the river, below the
No more free enlarged pictures at
Herrin'g gallery after March 15. Now
It is reported that a horse was on the
streets yesterday suffering from gland
era. The case should be investgated by
the proper officer.
The house and furniture of A. H.
Jewett, White Salmon, burned day be
fore yesterday. The property was in
sured for two-thirds of its value.
Vol. 1 No. 1 of the Monmouth Weekly
Record is before us. It is full of spicy
locals and ought to please the people of
that vicinity very much.
Fish wheel men generally are getting
in readiness for the season's catch. The
laBt two years have been rather light,
but it is hoped that this season will wit
ness a large increase.
Smallpox appears to be spreading, and
it would be well for our physicians to
provide themselves with vaccine for all
who may want to prevent the danger of
catching the disease.
Hogs are up and silver is down. Ac
cording to the gold-bug logic, hogs
should be made the sole standard of
money value and silver wiped out.
Then sausages would be made a legal
tender and the use of dog meat declared
counterfeiting. Telegram .
The Union whist club was entertained
last night by Mr. and Mrs. F. Houghton
at Fraternity Hall. A delightful ban
quet was served after the games of
the evening. Mrs. II. 8. Wilson won
the head prise, a silver crumb tray, and
Mrs. Judge Bradshaw the booby, a sil
ver bonbon niere box.
Sam Thurman has 4,000 feet of lumber
on the beach and proposes to construct a
fish wheel which will be put in above.
The situation is considered a good one,
notwithstanding the fact, as learned
from the Indians, that it will not be good
for several years to come, because one of
their number died without making his
peace with God.
OUR WAMIC LETTER.
Aaaeameut Law Gaining la
To The I n llt nn.M x:
Wamic, Oregon March 0, 1SIM.
We are moving along very quietly out
here, no deaths, no births, no marriages.
Farmers are getting ready for vi.o
spring plowing ; the prospect for an
abundant harvest has never been better.
We have bad, all told, about five feet of
snow, during the past winter, and the
ground is thoroughly saturated.
One of the "old war veterans," Mr. H.
H. Hayward, has been very sick for the
past two weeks, but he is much better
Hon. E. N. Chandlor was out here last
week visiting old time friends, and tell
ing jokes new jokes. Some of them
were hatched at the late sitting of our
legislature. But then, "Pap" can work
as well as joke. Our present assessment
law, is evidence of this. By the way, it
is very refreshing to see the new law
gaining in favor with the people every
The literary society of this place will
adjourn next Saturday until after plow
ing. The society, under the able
management of Prof. Louis Dorais, has
done a fair amount of literary work this
winter; perhaps disclosed to our young
people the possibility of finding pleasure
in the cultivation of other arts than
terpsichore. There is a good prospect of
a telephone line from The Dalles to this
town, via. Dufur, Kingsley and Tygh
valley, in the very near future. This
will give us, practically speaking,
telegraphic connections with the world.
It will certainly be a great convenience
to this entire country, and will be a
great benefit to farmers, by enabling
them to ascertain the exact price of any
produce they have for sale.
THE GOVERNMENT LOSEC
n(a-KMl I.aad Caaea Decided by
I'nlted States Saprema Court.
A dispatch was received from Wash
ington, D. C, last night which reads as
Washington. March 5. The supreme
court today decided against the United
States in its suit against the California
A Oregon Land Company, to set aside
and declare void the title of the land
company to tracts in Oregon, purchased
by the company from'persons acquiring
title from grantees nnder what are
known as the wagon-road land grants,
nnder acts of congreeeand the decision
of the lower court is affirmed.
Upon this dispatch being shown to
Colonel R. W.Mitchell, in Ithe absence
of C. E. S. Wood, the attorney for the
Willamette Valley & Cascade Mountain
Military Wagon Road Company, of
which Colonel Mitchell is the agent and
Colonel Wood the attorney, the latter of
whom fought the case through the lower
court, the former said :
"While the dispatch has evidently
been "bulled," it conveys enough infor
mation to warrant the assertion that In
the several cases brought by the United
States againBt the wagon road compa
nies, including the Willamette Valley
and Cascade Mountain Military Wagon
Road .Company, The Dalles Military
Wagon Road Company and the Oregon
Wagon Road .Company, have been de
cided againBt the United States, and
thus will be brought to an end a long
and vexatious series of litigation, look
ing to the forfeiture of the several land
grants of the different wagon road com
panies. The decision covers nearly &,
000,000 acres of rich and fertile lands in
the state of Oregon, and affects the In
terests of several thousand people.
When the cases were presented before
Judge Gilbert, of the United States cir
cuit court, an array of legal talent was
employed equal to any of the most im
portant cases ever tried in the state of
Oregon. The government was repre
sented by F. P. Mays and Judge Tanner,
under what is known as the Dolph bill,
and the companies were represented
by Colonel C. E. S. Wood, by Judge
Mallory, of the firm of Dolph, Bellinger,
Mallory A Simon, of this city, and by
Judge Stanley, of San Francisco. Prob
ably no case between corporations and
the government ever tried in the state of
Oregon employed greater legal talent.
The pleas presented by Colonel Wood,
together with the testimony of over 300
witnesses, enlarged the volume of legal
technicalities and evidence far beyond
any case of like magnitude since the
creation of the new court in which
Judge Gilbert Bits. While the lawyers
gave their undivided attention to legal
points in the several cases, the details of
the testimony and the securing of testi
mony waa largely left to me. The dis
patch from Washington fails to disclose
the specific basis of the decision handed
down by the supreme court of the United
States, but it is ehflicient to say that a
great feeling dl relief; not only for the
companies Interested, but for the settlers
along the line of the various grants will
The Kins;, Queen anal Jack of Today.
A deck of cards on which is painted
forty-three of the great buildings of the
World's Columbian Exposition. The
greatest ."seller" yet produced ; will
rival all others in uniqueness, beauty
and instructive character. Retail, (1
per pack. Send for sample deck. Spe
cial terms to dealers and thone uoirins to
control territory. E. S. Mi'Comak,
St. Charles. Portland.
Hprlng Inspires Oar Correapomdeal aad
Newsy Letter Reaalta.
Mrs.' J. Moslcr was at The Dalles
Charles Cramer Is building a new
bridge across Moslcr creek at his place.
Jhs. Iewis and our fellow townsman,
Mr. Brown, were at The Dalles this week
acting as jurymen.
The Fisher saw mill ou Mosier creek
will begin cutting lumber for several
new bridges as soon as the logs can be
brought Into the mill yard.
"Have you seen my dog?" is a query
often heard here. Many reports are cur
rent, but the tiue one is probably from a
six-shooter in the hands of some picayu
School district No. 52 bad their annual
election on Monday, the Sth Inst. The
officers having given good satisfaction
were re-elected. J. H. Mosier as clerk
and M. Deetzmiller as trustee.
A dance up Rock creek last Friday,
with the verdict of a "way up" time was
participated In by many of our good
friends. Heel and toe will again do the
fantastic tip at Mr. Hunter's this week.
The soft brown earth is being prepared
by the husbandmen, the orchards and
vineyards are being relieved of their
superfluous branches, and an air of
thriftiness predominates among our en
School District No 8 held their annual
meeting for the election of officers on
Monday, the Sth inst. Lee Evans was
chosen as trustee in place of T. Miller,
who resigned, and Geo. Salinger was
elected as the new trustee to serve for
three years. Wm. McClure was again
chosen as clerk.
Gentle spring must have forgotten
herself to remain in the lapof old winter
for so long a time after being due. She
must be here now, however, for the rob
ins are sounding their sweet carols,
the babbling brooklets are babbling
forth their soft spring babbles, the trees
are shoeing out their little bloomlets,
the flowers are putting out their per
fumed buds, and those who want early
garden "sass" had better plant their
trnrk right away. Sub.
THIS YEAR'S RISE.
Probability that the Colombia, Will
Be Higher Than for Years,
Some of the papers are predicting that
the Columbia river will not suffer very
much from the annual river rise this
year. The Vancouver Independent says :
The Columbia has been about twelve
feet above low-water mark for the past
week, and a large volume of water has
been run off, caused by snow and conse
quent freshets that, held in check by
cold weather in the mountains, would
have assured high water in June. While
many people prophesy high water, it
seems not a little doubtful.
The lower Columbia may have had
high water this season, but it cannot be
said that the middle Columbia has had
such an experience. It has remained at
or near cero nearly all winter and today
is mas-king extreme low water. One
year ago today it was 3.4 and steadily
rising, and the spring was three weeks
earlier than this. Peaches were in
bloom then, and now the buds have
barely begun to show themselves. If
there is anything to baBe an opinion on,
it is that the cold, backward spring,
with low temperature and frequent
storms in the mountains, is adding to
the already great depth of snow materi
ally and checking the melting, and a
delay in the rise means, if anything,
that the Columbia will reach a higher
point this season than for the paBt sev
A Valuable Gift.
The second biennial report of the Ore
gon Weather Bureau has reached this
office. It is the most exhaustive report
of the kind yet published by the state.
The information contained represents the
careful daily observations of many men
in all sections of the state for a period
of time, varrying from ISSOup to the
present a prodigious amount of labor if
one stops to think. Then the whole has
been carefully compiled by B. 8. Pague,
local forecast official, U. S. Weather
Not alone is the book valuable for its
information concerning the climate of
Oregon, but it treats ot its production
and soils, topographical and geological
conditions, etc. The report contains a
valuable treatise on "Irrigation in Ore
gon," by F. H. Newell, of the U. S. geo
logical survey. The crop-weather bulle
tins, eagerly looked for weekly by so
many farmers in the state, are the crea
tion of the Oregon weather bureau, and
a review of its objects and workings find
place within the covers of the book. Al
together the book is one of the most
valuable ever issued by the state of
Orogon and will be eagerly sought by
all those wideawake farmers who devote
thought, as well as energy, to producing
the best results. Fifty thousand copies
have been issued and may be obtained,
without cost, upon application to B. S.
Wants It t'nderatood.
Ths Daixks, March 5, 1893.
I saw in yoar columns some time ago
where you said that the jury brought in
a verdict against Mr. Herbring. We
had nothing to do with it. His honor,
Judge PraiMiaw, told us what we would
have to do; sj please ex pal n, that the
outside people will know how it is.
Yours, etc. Oxu ok the Ji rymes.
Money to Loan !
Six Per Cent. Interest.
Six Years' Time, and
May be Paid On or Before Maturity.
Sinking Fund or Building and Loan Flans.
The New England National
Building, Loan & Investment Ass'n,
Oregonian Building, Portland, Or.
JOEL G. KOONTZ, AGENT,
Tlio Dalles, Oregon.
Agents Wanted! Address the Portland Office.
Messrs. Thos. Glavey, M. Calahan and
Leo Hondo, of Kingsley, are in the city
N. W. Wallace and wife left on the
noon train today for their home at An
telope. Mr. Horatio Fargher, of Kingsley,
made a pleasant call on Thi Chronicle
ollice yesterday afternoon.
Dick Hinton and family, Mrs. M.
Bird and daughter Miss Lulu, returned
last night from a California trip. Mr.
Hinton is much improved in health.
Skibbe Hotel Wm. Payette Kings
ley; Jasper Camble Chebalis, Wash;
Allen Lewis, Wamic; Charley Payett,
Kingsley; tieo. Trutell, Kingsley; Leon
Randeau, Kingsley; W. M. Murphy,
Hood River; P. McDevitt, Portland.
Columbia E C Mulligan, R E Mulli
gan, E W Ray, F E Warner, W C Clark,
Portland; Geo Peterson, Mosier; F R
Reynolds, Lyle ; J S Baker, E T Winans,
Hood River; James Campbell, Grand
Rapids, Mich; LNFInro, Oregon City;
Mrs Ell Thompkons, Miss Nettie Rich
erdson, Portland; John Coe, Salem, Or;
N E Lewis, J McCoy, Wamic.
Judge Bennett returned from Portland
J. C. Wingfield, of 8-Mile, is in town
Mr. Lem Burgess, of Bake-Oven, is in
the city on business.
Mr. Perry Manpin, of Antelope, is in
the city for a few days.
T. H. Johnston and A. J. Anderson
are in from Dufur today.
G. B. Goodell, of the Grants distillery,
was in town today. The plant, which
is one of the most complete in Oregon,
is to be started op at once.
Hon. Dan'l Butler, formerly of Tygh
Valley, now a resident of Crook, is in the
city visiting old time friends. Mr. Butler
looks as young ana Iresa as when we
knew him 30 years ago and says Father
Time deals kindly with him. Stock in
his section are doing well on the range.
Columbia W A Folger, W M Stock,
C Miner, R F Porter, D Herowe, L C
Hadnies and wife, Portland ; J If For
syth and wife, Lyle; M B Bearer, Scap
poose; W II Wilson, Wapinitia; James
Woods, Wasco; N J Geline, Oregon City ;
FM Marquis, Grass Valley; W J Mc
Maltv, George Harris, Cascade Locks;
O E Monroe, L Monroe, Baker City; N
M Brownla, Centerville.
Skibbe hotel McCollom and daugh
ter, Joel McCollom. Antelope; Allen
Lewis, Nansene; George Hardrick, Geo
Clark, T W Hill, Portland ; W Payette,
Kingsley: W H Manply, Hood River,
M Neal, Dufur.
Mr. and Mrs. X. 11. Jewett, of White
Salmon, Are in the city today.
Mr. J. Garrell, of Albina, is in the
city today, visiting friends.
Mr. Ieon Freeman went to the Cas
cades Monday to take charge of his store
at that place.
Mrs. Minnit. Gilhousen and daughter,
Emiline, left on the noon passenger for
a visit to her mother in Hannibal, Mo.
In her absence she will visit relatives in
Quincy, III., and Topeka, Kansas, re
turning about the last of July.
Skibbe Hotel Charley Payette, Cen
terville; Alex. Payette, Wm Pavette,
Leon Randeau, Kingsley; It F Wick
ham, Lone Well, Or; Anton Guler,
Winona, Minn; W F Smith, Dufur; W
M Murphy, Hood River.
Columbia hotel Albert BertHchie.
Folda, Wash; James Campbell, Grand
Rapids, Mich; A II Jewett and wife,
White Salmon ; E P Smith, Wm Smith,
Portland ; James O'Brian and wife,
Heppner; Mr Lewis, W P Grant Spo
kane. Compromise reflected.
J. R. Mclntyre and W. D. Stewart
have settled their cases for false impris
onment against Wells, Fargo A Co. and
M. C. Sullivan. Mr. Mclntyre recently
obtained a verdict for $7,000 against
Wells, Fargo & Co. Application for a
new trial was made by the company,
and the judge decided that unless Mr.
Mclntyre agreed to accept half the
amount of the verdict he would grant a
new trial. Correspondence between, the
lawyers on both sides followed, and
Wells, Fargo & Co. offered to give Mc
lntyre 3,625, which he has accepted.
The company then offered a settlement
with Mr. Stewart for a like amount
This ends the suit.
The petition hefore Judge Blakeley's
court (or a saloon at 8-Mile was laid on the
table. This means in court what laying
in the waste basket means with a newspaper.
TMoiuiia Packing Co.,
Pork and Beef.
i MANUFACTURERS OV
Fine Lard and Sausages.
Dried Beef, Etc.
Masonic Building, The Dulles. Or.
wasco wareuonse Go.,
Receives Goods on Stor
age, and Forwards same to
For Sale on Commission,
THI DALLES, UK.
In the Circuit Court of the State ol Oregon for
the County of Wasco.
Iaador Lang;, Edward Lane:, Max Lanir and Lnnl
Lauff, partnera doing buslmiui under the Hriu
name of Lang & Co., Flnlntllla, va. A. J.
To A. J. Wall, the aboit-named drrndant:
In the name of the State of Oregon, rnu aro
hereby required to apiienr and answer the com
plaint filed agalniit you in the above-eiititlei
action, on or before the firat day of the next regu
lar term of tbia court after completion of the
service of thia euniiuona upon you: and if you
fall eo to anawer, lor want thereof, thit pluliitill"
wil take judtrment agnlnat you for the num of
l-'jR.tU and Interest thereon at the raM of eicht
tier cenf. per annum from May 15, lN.rJ, and the
further auin of l-'t i' and intereat tlicrvon at
eluht per cent, per annum from July JO. Inc.",
and for their eoau and dlfbu memento herein.
Thla aummona la served upon you ' y puMloa
tlou thereof by order of the Hon. W. L. Hrad
ahair, judge of aaid Circuit Court, uiHde at
Chambers In Dalles CitT on November I, Ivy.
MAVU, HUSflNHTON .V VVII.80N,
U 31 Atttorueys for l'lnintlir.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Ornrs. The Dalles, Or., Feb. 7, lMM.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intuition to
make nuiil proof In vupport of his claim, and
thai said proof will be made before the Register
and Kecelver at The Dalles, Or., ou Thuiday,
March i, lh'j;l, vl:
James K. MeC'Iure,
Pre-emption Declaratory statement No. 7-NS, for
the N', Kt!, and N', K', ot Sec. li, Tp. 5
R. VS K.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residonce upon and cultivauou
of aaid hind, via:
tioorg- tiordon, L. M. Woodslde, D. E. Uurat
and M. Delore, all of Wupinitia, or.
tt-U JOHN W. LEWIS, Kegister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laud Ornrs, The Dalles, Or., Feb. in, m.
Notice is hereby given that the following
nAined settler has filed notice of his Intention to
make rinal proof In aupport of her claim, and ihat
said pnsif will be made before the Krister and
receiver at The Dalles, Or, ou Hutunluy, March
Homestead Application No. Ii !i7, for Iits land fi,
and the h', bli't, and tf W !4 of U, Tp. 1
R. 18 K.
lie namea the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, ajid cultivation of,
said land, vli. l
Marion Thompson, W. II Htaata, M. C. Painter
and Joseph Oaefiwemlner. all of Dufur, dr.
ta-24 JOHN W. LEW IS, Register.
By virtue of an execution and order of sale
Issued nut of the Circuit Court of the ritute of
Orea-on for Wasco Countv, on the 1 Itti day of
February, Ixtct, to me directed, In the suit where
in Robert Mays la plaintllt and Valentine Koos
and Caroline Kim are defendants, coiiiiiiaudina'
me to levy npon ami sell that certain tract Vi
laud in WaH County, Oregon, detcrlUd as the
Southeast Quarter of Section 17, TowioOiip 1
K.irtb, Range 13 East, W. M., containing l-0
acres, I have this day leticd upon said lam! and
on thei'ith day of March, I WW, si the hour of 1')
o'cliK-k A. M., on said day, In front of the court
house disir In said county, f will n il at public
auction to the highest bidder, all of laid land,
together aith the tenement, hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto appertaining
t3-2i Sheriff of W'aseo County.