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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MARCH
The Weekly Ghroniele,
TUB DALLtDi -
LOCAL A Nil I'KKONAi .
Jlotsv mid I are out ",)''.
And II. I l the reason nr
1 went to town with load " "7
And came ba' lo,a "'
A stiff east wind blew .11 day today.
A.tnrla relolees in Keeley Institute
The Glee Club meets at the home of
Miss Kose Miehell this evening.
a few iilaces in the
country where stock are yet being fed
The river is extremely low for this
of the vear. Today the register
marks only 3-tenth feet below rero
J. II. Sherar's wool arrived in Boston
.-.I k. York in better condition than
it has ever arrived when ship", by the
v.,..,ir. itre verv bnsy plowing in all
.....I . rlnm In thi foot of tll
mountains where there Is vet consider
From Louis Davenport It is learned
that a considerable nomber of families
will wove from Missouri
to M osier in
It cost Clatson country nearly 1,000
to find out whether one of its citUens
was a liar or not. Tin Chbonici-i will
inrnixh ii list of 100 liars tor ten rents
A considerable number of freight
teams from toward Antelope and Friue
Tille arrived today. They report the
roads nnustially good for this season of
As the season progresses, prospects are
more encouraging for fruit. There will
Ins a laree yield of grapes, prunes and
apples, and there will probablv !
good average crop of peaches.
Hon. J. H. Moaier, of Mosier, is In the
city today on business connected with
the examining conrt of Soliation claims,
which is held here nnder the official
charge of Hon. O. P. Hubbard.
A pleasant surprise party was held at
the home of Miss Innie I Inch on
Saturday evening. The young folks en
ioved themselves until the Sabbath
dawned, when they
all returned home
This morning's west-bound train was
delayed tun hours by a burned bridge on
the Idaho division. The two trains met
in front of the Umatilla house at
o'clock and made quite lively appear
The people of Multnomah county are
agitating the question of handling
wheat in bulk, which prevents the great
loss usually resulting from savkiug it,
la-sides keeping it in Itetter condition
Elevators will probably lie built in Port
land for the purpose of loading it on the
E. K. Sharon, of Pendleton, grand
chancellor of Oregon, made an official
visit to Friendship Lodge No. 9, at Cas
tle hall last evening. A grand banquet
was served in honor of the guest, at C
K. Haight's restaurant. It is needless
to say that The Dalles Knights acquitted
themselves with their accustomed hos
pitality and the banquet an epicure's
Got. Pennoyer has postponed his trip
of Inspection to decide upon the location
of the insane asylum until Thursday,
owing to a heavy fail of snow over the
proposed asylum sites of the Baker City
region. The occurrence is unfortunate
for those people, for they had hoped to
conceal all possible objections to their
election for the asylum ; but If they are
going to have winter all tbe year ronnd
tip there, it might be as well to select
the mild, equable, healthful climate
with which The Dalles la blessed.
Wednesday's IaJl jr.
Oh, have yon heard and have you beard
Th news thut's going round,
How high bred KiikIIkIi voices ape
Thi Yank. nasal sound'.'
lli-hold a chance, iih, Yaukee dames
A bargain to bo iiimiIi
Ad. .pi their low, amiaith, rulturvd times
And call Its square truue.
A Chlnauipn was arrested the other
day for killing another. He should
have been given bounty.
Mr. A. 8. Koborts, of this city, shipped
JW) head of choice mutton sheep to
Troutdule, by Steamer Regulator today.
Rev. A. Bronsgenst;wishes to announce
that on next Friday (St. Patrick's day.)
High mass will be celebrated at 9o'olock.
One of Portland's oldest hotels is in
the hands of a receiver. The proprietor
did his advertising with rublier stamps.
In the cars, Lacked Into the state
prison yard a few days ago, there was
found a tramp, lie was discharged
without a pardon.'
Nathan Pierce is now seeding 8,500
cres of reservation land near Pendletou
and that, with what he has near Milton,
will make an aggregate of 8,000 acres in
wheat this year.
O. P. Hubbard worked late last night
taking testimony in relation to Indian
depredation claims. He expects to com
plete his laliors in time to take the train
for Washington ton.orrow.
The Pendleton Tribune reports, from
private letter from Utah, that cattle in
the southern portion of that state are
dying at fearful rate from starvation
nd exposure. The sitnntlon Is worse
than ever before known in the history
of the territory, and some people think
that half the cuttle will die.
While the eostern portion of this state
s In the clutches of winter snows anil
the frost king, this section is reveline in
warm spring weather. Our farmers are
butty plow ing and seeding, anil garden
ers are planting potatoes.
Burnham A Robertson, enterprising
Ifverymen, are proprietors of "The City
Stables," their card appearing in an
other column, troiii a glance aroun l
their establishment, it is safe to assume
that the facts set forth In their adver
tisement are merely s modest claim.
They have added a space 40 z 100 feet in
the rear of their stables to further ac
comodate the traveling public. They
will become popular.
George W. Slack, of Wenatchee, dis
appeared February 2Kth, leaving his wife
and Infant child. He had gone hunting
for deer, and his neighbors, fearing that
some accident had befallen him, organiz
ed a search parly. His remains were
found at tbe bottom of a deep canyon,
mangled and frozen stiff. It is supposed
that he fell over the edge of the cliff
while chasing a deer. Statesman.
United States Attorney F. P. Mays
has received instructions from the at
torney general to dismiss the suit now
before the court of appeals of the.United
States against the Willamette Valley
Wagon Road Company. The order was
Issued because the supreme court de
cided the esse of the United States
against the Cascade Wagon Koad Com
pany against the government, and as
the several cases are identical further
prosecution would be useless.
He an artist at slelght-of band,
A mil' and dance lailjr alia.
They met at one, they loved at two,
Tlirv married at bull pant three!
A brief, brief dream of wedded bllu,
Thi.ii si: crl' lelsed his tricks:
Tber wrangled at four, they quarreled at fire,
Tbey parted forever at aixl
Croquet and tennis is in order.
The lamping season begins next week
The overland west-bonnd train, due
here at 3 AO is twelve hours late.
The mouth of the Columbia is re.
ported lower than it has been this year
A poll tax is a punishment inflicted
on a man for the horrible crime of being
The salmon season will ojien in an
other month, and fishermen are prepar
ing for an active season.
Pendleton is commencing a crusade
acainst filthv streets and alleys. The
movement should be general throughout
Prospects for wool were never more
flatterins than this year. No losses to
amount to anything are reported any
where. Regular drills of A Co., Third Regl
ment, O. N. G., are suspended for one
month dating from tbe 15th inet., by
order of the company commander. A
special meeting for inspection may be
called at any time.
The report of the stock inspector of
Marion county relative to trichina has
considerably agitated that region. The
physicians generally dislrelieve the exis
tence of the dread parasite in that
county, and say there has never been a
case. 1 lie matter is so serious mat u
should be sifted to the bottom and either
established or refuted.
Yesterday was the last day allowed by
law for school clerks to report to the
county superintendent, or forfeit their
funds for tlB coining year. Eight dis
tricts have failed to report so" far. The
county superintendent himself is liable
to a fine of one hundred dollars if his re
port to the state superintendent is not
on time, and this cannot lie made till all
the districts report to him.
The following claims are presented
before O. P. Hubbard, assistant attor
ney of the department of justice, Wash
ington, D. C, now in The Dalles:
H. JI. Wheeler, of the John Day coun
try, near Mitchell, loss of stage stock
during '('.4 to '08, 14,S00.
Closter and Bluke, The Dulles, loss of
pack train, $lS,3o0.
Thorn bury and McIVrmott, Camp
WatBon, loss of stock and burning of
Mrs. Susan Angel, 8-Mile, loss of ani
mals belonging to freight teams, $075.
II. Heppner, Ileppuer, loss of a large
pack train of mules and horses, $0,050.
J., C. Lewis, Mosier, damages sus
tained in the Rogue river war, f 14,9'J9.
P. T. Sharp, The Dalles, loss of pack
traiu and general spoliation on the Johu
Captain Sweeney, U. 9. A., San
Diego, Cal., says: "Shiloh'i Catarrh
Remedy is the first medicine I have
ever found that would do me any good."
Price 60 cts. Sold by Snipes & Kinersly.
In this city, March 7th, 1893, to the
wife of R. II. Weber son and a
In The Dalles today at 1 o'clock Max
Myer, aged 32 years. He leaves a wife
and three children.
Heal Eatate Transfer.
John Condon to Mary M. Dufur,
lot L, Mick 29, Indies Military reserve,
Commlsslim for Oregon Aaka Gen
To the Clticiia of Or-goii:
The Oren-un World's Fair Com mission
hns I oon legally organized. Its officers,
superintendents, axHiiitmils and agents
have la-en chosen, and they are now
actively engaged in the preparation of
an exhibit of the rich and varied re
sources of Oregon, to )e placed before
the eyes of the world in the several de
partment buildings of the Columbian
exposition at Chicago.
The world's exposition opens shortly,
and no time should be lost if we would be
properly represented. Our state has
been allotted ample spaces in the differ
ent department buildings, which this
commission has promised to fill, and
which it hopes to occupy with honor to
the state. And to make the labors of
this commission the more successful,
which will add not only to the credit of
the state, but to her every citizen, the
free co-operation of her each and every
resident is earnestly solicited.
To this end, therefore, all persons
who have prepared individual exhibits,
all societies, organizations, or associa
tions of any kind whatever that have
prepared exhibits of any kind for the
coming exposition, are urged to at once
place themselves is communication with
the heads of the several departments, as
organized by this commission. You
may le able to judge to which depart
ment your exhibit belongs by reading
what follows: This commission desires
to send to Chicago those things which
will in any manner give a true represent
ation of any of Oregon's resources, or
add In any way to the attractiveness of
the spaces allotted to Oregon in any of
tbe exposition buildings.
The Oregon exhibit w ill be collected
and displayed nnder the following head
The department of agriculture, for
estrv and forest products, and live
stock, W. F. Matlock, superintendent.
The department of mines, mining, and
metallurgy, C. W. Ayers, superintend
ent. The department of Horticulture,
including floriculture and viticulture,
Dr. J. R. Card well, superintendent.
The department of Culling and fishing
apparatus, manufactures, electrical and
mechanical inventions, Geo. T. Myers,
saterintendenl. The department of
woman's work, comprising the fine arts,
household economy, and products there
of, Mrs. M. Payton, superintendent
until . July 1, 1893, and Mrs. K. W,
Allen, superintendent after July 1, 1893.
The department of education, including
educational exhibits, literary, special,
general, music, etc., E. B. McElroy
superintendent. . The department of
civil government, including state and
county, Geo W. McBride, superintend
ent. Persons wishing to make exhibits in
anv of the departments enumerated,
will please communicate with the su
perintendents of the departments in
which they wish to make entries.
C. B. Ibvikc, Secy,
The Good Templars gave another of
their excellent entertainments last night
at which a large number of friends of
the order were invited. A most enter
taining programme was presented as
Recitation "Early to Bed and Karly to Rie."
Miaa VHuHle Kraaer.
Duet "Two Little Hands."
Mlniura Ketta and Myrtle atone.
Kecltatlun "The lxjaeon'a Mutch."
Mla r aimie Chessman.
Bolu "Bring l'apa Hume."
Mr. Harry Enjiing.
KecituUnn "Tbe Last Blow."
Miaa Daisy Alloway.
Recitation "Not I."
Miss Lillie rrater.
Duet "Letters W Carved on the True."
M laaes Helta aud M yrtle 8 tone.
Rocitatlou "Our latiiiiHl tnrw."
Miaa Martha Hchuoliug.
Duet "Jut My Little Bhoes A war.'
Mifaes Kelta and Myrtle Htone.
A box lunch was a feature of the even
ing which was highly enjoyed, the num
ber of the box corresponding to the
height of the lady determined who was
the partner in each case.
To the Editor.
In your paper of (the 9th iiirt., you
have an account of my having met with
an accident while returning from the
Fulton school district. The article was
almost entirely a fabrication. I was not
injured in the least by fulling
from the horse, w as merely tired when
I returned home from a fourteen-mile
ride. My brother got the horse from
Richmond's stable and took it back
again, so I was not at the stable at all
The article caused my friends much un
necessary anxiety, and should not have
been published. Yours Truly,
The matter Is not of great importance,
but the Incident as published in Thb
Cmhomclk was learned from a young
lady who called at the house of the sup
posably injured lady, at which time the
details as related were given, with per
mission to publish. Kd.
Burial at lr. ltiuehart'a.
The ladies of the Congregational
church gave a social at the home of Dr.
Rinehart last evening. Miss Rrooks en
tertained the guents with two piano solos,
and the Mandolin and Ciuitar club ren
dered several pleaning selections. Re
freshments wero served during the
evening, and when nil departed for their
different homos, expressed themselves
as having spent one of the niont pIciiMint
evenings of the winter.
Grand Jnrr "till Unay.
Judgit Ilradaliaw opened the March
term of the circuit court for Sherman
county, yesterday morning at Moro. A
nnmU-r of Dalles attorneys were In at
tendance. Tlfe conrt commenced busi
ness with nn amount of energy that
rapidly disposed of the different cases.
The case of the State vs. Z. P. Jones
on motion of Joni attorney was con
tinued, a showing being mule that Jones
was seriously ill.
The case of the State vs. Minton was
dismissed on motion of Prosecuting At
The civil cases on the docket were
put in shape for trial, and disposed of in
other ways. The grand jury, who dur
ing the day heard the cases of the men
who were held for gambling, returned
not true bills in each case. It was com
monly supposed that about thirty would
be indicted, but tbe return of the grand
jury has destroyed tbe hope of all in
that direction. .
The grand jury have not yet considered
the case of Hembree, who is charged
with tbe murder of old man Kenneflck,
committed near Rutledge a few weeks
ago. It is generally thought that a true
bill will be returned.
Affairs Social, Moral and Otherwise la
the Mountain Hamlet.
There is some snow yet in sight.
Fall sown grain is looking remarkably
Everybody is ransacking boxes and
drawers for .wly garden seed.
The Fisher saw mill is laid up for re
pairs, a broken flume being the trouble.
Mrs. James Wright, from Roseburg,
and Mrs. Phillips, nee Mosier, from
Portland, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
J. Mosier here.
The board of equalization of school
district No. 62, met at the school house
last week and attended to their usual
grist of business.
"Positively N; Credit" is the wither
ing notice that stares as in tbe face
when after our allowance of beans and
bacon at the store now-a-days.
The Oregon Lumber Co., which will
begin operations in their logging camps
about the first of next month, will fur
nish emulovment for a number of
Spring has a rather disappointing
habit of coquetting with winter in
this neighborhood. If she doesn't prove
more stable article, we will be found
courting summer when she does choose
to smile on us.
A Mr. Hunter and family arrived
from Los Angeles last week. Mr,
Hunter has purchased the Doty place on
Mosier creek, and is one of those pro
gressive farmers who will show that
fruit growing in Eastern Oregon is
Mr. and Mrs. Young and Mr. Evans
all recently from Missouri, have re
turned to that state on business and
also to urge their friends to take advan
tage of Uncle Sam's willingness to re'
lease good farms in this section to their
With all of our good people, Mosier
has some individuals who would prove
jewels at Salem, in striped suits of
clothes, with a ball and chain attach
ment for a bangle. "Cap," a full
blooded Irish setter (subject to register)
belonging to Thomas Harlan, was poi
soned last week. The dog was a valua
ble sporting animal, having sold once
for $100. Perpetrators of such deeds are
the unfortunate ones from a moral
standpoint, and, use a common ex
rireseion. are "Wan enough to tttal
"Promenade to the supper table,'
shouted the caller. There was no mis
take, for the clock showed 'twas mid
night. Supptr over, and the "twe-de'
iddle-dy, twe-iddle-de" of the violin
again put the dancers in motion and
kept them whirling and spinning and
bobbing until old Sol smiled in on them
the following morning. Each partici
tant then wished Miss Mamie Hunter
many happy returns of her birthday
aud journeyed homeward, treasuring in
their memory one of those little gleams
of sunshine that smooths the pebbles in
life's pathway. Sub,
The Punishment Fits the Crime,
I.ast evening a stranger entered the
Skibbe hotel and negotiated a check on
a local bank for two dollars with M
Skibbe. It afterward developed that
the signer, Emanuel Coronada, bad no
money in the bank to make good th
check and later he was arrested at th
instance of Mr. Skib!e, on a charge of
obtaining money under false pretenses,
His trial began this morning and was
continued at 2 o'clock before Justice
Si hutz. resulting in further continu
It would appear that $2 is a smal'
sum to rihk gaining in such way, '
view of the penalty, which is impris
ment in the penitentiary. It Is rejir
that Coronada has been Incarcerat
fore in the slate penitentiary.
The New Asylum.
Governor I'ennoyer aud Str
er Metetchan expected to
.n Oregon for
Sunday evening for EAster
the purpose of locating a
Insane asylnm, but on
account of the
isited that section,
r tl.eir visit until
storm which recently
they decided t' dcf
Thursday of this w
Money to Loan !
Six Per Cent. Interest.
Sinking Fund or Building and Loan Plans.
The New England National
Building, Loan & Investment Ass n,
Oregonian Building, Portland, Or.
JOEL G. KOONTZ, AGENT,
Agents Wanted! Address the Portland Office.
AN INDIAN SHOW.
Very Creditable and Entertaining
Perforraanee I.nat Night.
The Indians gave a very unique enter
tainment last night and those who at
tended say they would not have missed
it for much more than the price of ad
mission. Jim Wesley was the interpre
ter, or the interlocutor, a well-known
Indian character, who is quite intelli
gent and a fairly good conversationalist.
He directed the performance, explaining
to the audience the various dances and
their meaning. For music, a violin
played by an Indian, proved a novelty
the tune throughout being "Tbe Irish
Washerwoman," accompanied by Indian
drums. A quadrille, after the manner
of the whites was given, but the evolu
tions were much more intricate, and
were not without a certain grace un
known to their more enlightened neigh
bors. The demand for comedy was fur
nished by an Indian dressed in a bear
ekin, the resemblance being perfect,
issuing from behind a curtain. "What
shall we do with him, boys?" said Jim.
"I tell you ; I thinks we ekin him and
sell the" hide to Wolf." This local hit,
and by a stolid Indian, proved too much
for the risibilities and the house was
convuleed with laughter. If the Indians
had imitated the whites in their manner
of advertising tbey would have had a
large house, and furnished a perform
ance more creditable than half of the
Bicycle Riding on Sidewalks.
Bicyclists who use the sidewalks for
swiftly-going vehicles are careless of the
rights of others. Sidewalks are pre'
eminently for pedestrians and a bicycle
is as much out of place on a sidewalk as
a horse and wagon. Some are even in
the habit of shouting "clear the track"
to all whom they meet., a demand which
if the cyclist would only stop to reflect,
he would realize to be unjust, arbitrary
and arrogant. One of these recently
turned a corner sharply and just grazed
a baby buggy, which was a narrow es
cape to the frail bit of innocent human
ity enclosed. Sooner or later, if this
conduct is continued, some one will be
seriously hurt or killed, then the ordi
nance relating to street obstructions will
be made to include bicycles. This ar
tide Is not meant to offend, but merely
to point out a duty and prevent a catas
trophe. The streets are now free from
mud and should be used instead of the
Trichina In Oregon.
From the quarterly report issued to
the Marion county court by W. S
Mineral, it is probable that swine are
to some extent infected with the
dreaded disease of hog trichina. Tb
report says : "There is considera'
sickness among horses and c
Sheep are only in fair condition
as has been lieanl Iron), lnr
some hogs in tiie county ane
catarrh or snutiles, and
trichina." In view of the
notice, anyw- ltf wln
ho eat pork t ,i,,lf
well for all who eat por
it is well done, for rnanv
eating underdone port
iir.ve died from
I I. ALOES
4 Ml Market street. San Francisco, now hinted
A the parlors of the C matlllii Holm, 1 he Da es,
Or desires to notify the public In general that
and fequcsts that all who desire U consult hlni
r ... li..,i. eull on him at their earliest
convenience, and he will perform the work
TheurorWfCTS lothe following ladle,
.emu-men: Kxovrnor swvenso... n..
( ity; Itishop tllorleux, Dr M. K-PP"1'
., '' u ! i. Mrsh. I'acillc I ii
TTrest iirove: II. E. Ke.il. Capitol
Hank Boise I Ity; Col. Ilalley, I'. S. A.; J, MC
V Z.J.,;,' n,.,. ncnltenllarv. Halem:
"'TVi-nfor,! I niverslty; W. f.
i,,i..... u..t,n. MU Ijiuer. Mrs. U. W. Kowland
; n . win. Michell. I'al Ksgan, The Dalles
C. 1. Mell'is. agent, lltintiiutou; M
V-';.Tn, hie cure for Catarrh
and " Deafness and be InviU-a all who desire a
7" ' .. ... .ho . to nail on him. kememls-r
this is free and Costa ni money.
emplovio. , 4 .
.'..:. ....i ..loss sviva Inserted
Remember, the professor is the oisly
- e..,lete set of fcs.ls, where ii
' on :
I be ground ou the premises if necessary.
May be Paid On or Before Maturity.
Trie Gaiumtiia Packing C3..
Pork and Beef.
Fine Lard and Sausages.
Curers of BRAND
Dried Beef, Etc.
Masonic Building, The Dalles. Or.
Wasco warenousa Co.,
Receives Goods on Stor
age, and Forwards same to
For Sale on Commission.
W . w1 . Co.
THE DALLES. Olt.
In the Circuit Court of the Rta'ce ol Oregon lor
the County ol W( jp.
Isador Lantr, Edward Lanx, Mjix Ixnit and Louis
Lang, partners doing uuxi' JTOI undi r the firm
name of Lain iV Co., 1 Hintiil, vs. A. J.
To A. J. Wall, the abort' 0am(4aejrnrtanl:
In the name of thr gtate of Oregon, yon aro
hereby required to j,w'ar and answer the com
plaint liled again i,'m m (,f nl;ve entitled
action, on or befr ilrstdnv of the next regu
lar term of this ,.1Ilr, ter completion of the-.,
service of tills tll)nmi, upon you: aud if yon
fuilso toai.s- ,, WMt thereof, ttie pliiiutilt
wtl tnke ) , m(,lt against you lor the sum of
ift.tjy an- . i,.,, , i,..r,,,n at the rate of eight
further ".. . .. r, .,,.1 tllt",.rit thon.nn at
th T"-'r !"""n In,m ,M 1 ' ' ' ,
eight 1,,T nt. .xt annum from July '-I'. lW.
'II1 rvr their coIk and dii-bursemenU herein. .
7 M summons Is mwvwl upon you y put.llca
u .w thereof by order of the Hon. w . L. 1 md
' M. lodge of said Circuit Court, uuida at
chambers in Dalles Cite on SovemU'r I, VJ.
I MAYS. HI X TIMiToN tt V. M a ;S.
tj.-jl Atttorneys lor i ininuii.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAKO Office, 1 he Dulles, Or. , FVI. 7, l(W.
k.xi.u la hen-liv iriveu that the followina-
named settler has tiled notice nl hi intention to
make tinal proof in support of his claim, and
Unit said l.ns f will be made before the Uvitur
and Receiver at ine iaiies, .ir., mi i uuisuuj ,
March!, lhsrt, vix:
.lames K. McClure,
Pre-emption Declaratory i-tiiteim lit No. lor
the S', KY.i, and N', Nw( ol rtf. , I'. SH.,
II.. .V.ime the following W Itllewies to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said laud, vl: .
iieorge tiordim, L. .'1. nnnaiue, n. r.. an
and M. Delore, all ol Wapinitin. ur
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I.AXn Orricg, The Dalles. Or , Keh. W, 1s-.l1.
v...,.- i i,.r,hv ir Wen that the foUiming-
named settler has iiliil notice of hi, intention to
maku tinnl prnol lu support oi ner ni ' ."..
said proof will be mnde la-fore the Ueglster and
receiver at The Dalles, Or., on raiturday, March
., Hr.M, vi.:
Homestead Application No. -'.i7, for 1-ots .and a,
aud the IS1, t4t', and HE'-i of two. , I p. i
i K. I-1 - u,.
He namea the Pillowing witnesses u poe
continuous residence upon, and cultivation in,
u.pi!,..,,Th.,,'mison. W. II. Htaats, M. C. Painter
and Joseph t.a U. ndiu-r, all of liufiir, or.
U-34 JOHN W. LEWlrf, Register.
By Tirtue of an execution and order of mlo
issued out of the Circuit Court of the mate of
Oregon lor Wasco County, on the llthilayot
February. 1!M. me mreeieo, in me " ',"
in Koliert Mavs Is plaintiff and Valentine K--a
and Caroline "Risia are defendants, commanding
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III.' M. J .,'.. .... - , . ,1 ,
land 111 Wasco imuiy, i.reeon, ues. '" "
ol oeeuoii tit ,, -w, i- .
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-A.M. coniMUura i'"'
on the'iMh dsy ol March, IWI. at the
oelcs-k A. M., on said day, In front of th '"
housed.s.rln sald county, 1 w .11 ,1 t J.ul t.o
auction to the highest bidder, all of said land,
together Uh the tenements, henilltameiita and
t., 2i HherllT of Wasco County.