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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MAY 19,
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f The funeral 01 r. '
l, took place "T-
F A kn kdown took place on the street.
t The rivPr hM risen a foot and a half
I The wool arrival today if io excess of
inr day of lb
Mewra. Saltujarah A Co. will ahip
L.r nl lit cattW this evening for the
Tl e Wasco warehouse is very fall of
freight for the interior merchant. The
R!Jin Sheep ana una io. nave over
g(0,ftH) of wool thia season, and it
itoring it at that warehouse.
The executive officer of the U. I,
through the city en route to
.... ii i .
Port'' ' niorning. jury ium
,hort I 'It and visited the old shop plant
MJ?ri e' Uoldinf of the railway com
Mr. Power, wife of the atation agent
yier, i a food marksman, ami
shot with a email rifle all of the numer-
ooi squirrels that have been around tne
E. C. Drews took a number of excel
lent photograph of the Cesar- Verein
picnic Sunday, which are all ul done.
The eipowes were of various length,
two to five second, and ome were in
stantaneous. It ' reported on good authority that
the D..S. leaker ha had a permit
granled'hy custom authorities to go over
I'iniln on the 4th prox., at which
time ihe ii said to undertake the peri
lout royage over the Cascade rapid.
Mr. James Elkin and on of Albany
arrived on last night boat with
turre fine tock. He goe to Crook
county to look over bi stock Interests,
and will in the meantime gather a por
tion of hi best blood and take them to
the Lantern atate thi ummer. Mr.
Exin i one of Oregon' early pioneer,
tod one of Linn county' leading men.
The expreM office, next door to Th
Cbosi li, i not by any mean doing a
U..U business. Mr. Hill, the enter
prising and affable agent, though email
la future, l a Goshen for business.
H. Worm a that the receipt for
money order Lave nearly doubled in
tb Ivt year. The office i being re
papered and the interior will toon pre
rat a very attractive appearance.
i a result of Mr. Reynold' purchase
of rattle in this lection, all the cteera
sill soon go out of the country. He ha
bought all the two and three from the
stockmen here, except from Fam Todd.
The steers, about 300 head or over, will
W received at W. P. Thompson' ranch
here about May 2-th and delivered at
Condon the following day. The boy
ill commence rounding up the teer
alxiut the beginning of next week.
Fourteen load of wool were delivered
U the Wasco warehouse today.
The river at Umatilla it 4 feet higher
tUn it wa last year at this time.
Tin Regulator will make a trip to the
Cascade, and return on Saturday.
Tli Spokane Review think Cleve
land'! idea of reciprocity i embodied in
thi sentem: "Vou put me in, I'll keep
The water ha attained such a bight
in the river that the steam ferry boat
lands without trouble at the foot of
Washington street, near the Waldron
The recorder' court i running very
light. There ha been but two arrest
o far in the month, one for drunken
and the other a hobo, w ho wa
Ulled in last night.
ft may be that Fike, who won the
edal contest here, will be rejected on
vouut of physical disabilities. If thi
the case, hi alternate, E. Neele John
son will be (elected.
A private letter from Salem verifies
our report of a few day ago that the
decision a to the location of the asylum
will be withheld until the result is
l arned of the injunction suit of th Sol
Ripe strawberries' were seen on sale
today at Campbell Bros.' confectionery
tore, which were rained near Crate'
point thi season in open ground by A.
field. These are the firet of the season
from thi vicinity.
The total amount paid by Morrow
eounty thi year as bounty for squirrel
"alp is $ 1,845. In place of a bounty,
jilliam county invested la 200 worth of
trychnine which wa not enough to go
round among the farmer.
Mr. J. A. Gulliford of Dufur called on
CiwrmicxB today. Mr. (Julliford
unfortunate enough to have run
way on Monday last, while out on the
farm. The horse took fright and ran
with a harrow, which was attached to
them, and wa seriously injured.
A bicyclist rodo through the town last
night from the east. He is rgent for the
Swift bicycle and is thus proving the
merits of the machine.
A beautiful gold medal was presented
last night to William Scott for bravery.
On one side appears a reproduction of
the Regulator, showing the swimmer iu
the water after the drowning boy, and
on the other is neatly engraved the
names of the donors.
The Chemical National Hank, to which
was given th excluaive right to do busi
ness on the world' fair grounds, failed,
carrying many deposits of foreign visit
or and exhibitors. This is a shorter
road to their pockets than the mere
charging them for the show within the
how, and more net profits realiied.
loc Sing, one of the most intelligent
of our Chinamen here, called at the
Oiiuonklx ftlice today for Information
about the Chinese question. He wa
much urpried to learn that tne ueary
law had been declared constitutional.
Doc laughed at the idea of there being
a war. thonffh agreeing that if Chinese
are deported American will nndergo a
similar experience in China, lie la
hnr-ful that the matter will be adjusted
with the lapse of time, satisfactorily to
A gentleman found four bee trees west
of Dufur a few day go.
A map of the townsite of Kingsley
ha been filed with the county clerk here.
Mr. Truman Butler has accepted a
position as purser on the steamer Lur
line. A light frost was seen at 15-Mile yes
terday morning. It was too light to do
Hepler, Crawford eounty, Kansas,
village with a population of 800 wa re
duced to ashe early yesterday morning.
Mr. Bachelor' house, on Rock oeek,
above Moier, was broken open early
this week and ransacked. A revolver
Seeding and planting is now nearly
done and the Oregonian can now take a
chair, sit out on the front piaza, and
watch em grow.
The Guitar and Mandolin club last
night serenaded Neele McCloud, on the
event of his marriage, from the balcony
of the Umatilla house.
Sheepmen count on the wool yield of
Oregon bringing in 17,000,000 pounds
this season, as in many localities the
bands of sheep are much larger than In
Some of our young men have formed
themselves into a tennis club and fitted
op a court on the William property on
Fourth street, where they expect to
spend very many pleasant hour at that
One oi our Chinamen thus delivered
himself: "Eiir man at Washington heap
abee ; make em law no good ; all China
men ttay here; no Iegister; too muchee
d in what vou fall era; Chinamen heap
mat; he all light."
W. II. Frasier. of the New England
National Building and Ioan Associa
tion, is in the city. He is here for the
Durnose of establishing a branch of the
association in The Dalles, and establish
therewith a local advisory board.
A handsome doll in Garreton's store
window is to be given to the one guess
ing it name at the coming Good Tem
plar' entertainment May .'0th at Fra
ternity hall. If the name is not guessed,
it will be sold to the highest bidder.
Followed This Moraine by
Alra. Walt ItongoroMBly Woumlrri With
Hoeing weed and doing some tardy
planting is the order of the day.
Rev. Frank Ireland w ill deliver a ser
mon in dixtrict No. '- next Sunday,
giving tho infidel a scoring and proving '
the benefit of Christian discipline.
A new store is to be started here in
connection with the postolliee by J.
Moicr. A blacksmith shop ia also to be
erected near the deKt soon.
Alex. Watt wa dangerously wounded
last mee k while using an adz. The toot
tlipjied, entering the calf of his leg, en
tirely severing the large artery which
communicate the Mood to that member.
He was over a mile from home, and in
attempting to reach there had proceeded
but a short distance when he nearly
fainted from the loss of Mood. He
raised an alarm and Rev. Mr. Stark
hearing him, mounted horse and went
to the rescue. Mr. Watt was taken
home, every thing done to staunch the
flow of blood and doctor summoned.
The wound proved to be a very danger
ous one, but with proper nursing he will
be about before long.
A. Daggett, while attempting to muke
the station in a new boat recently built,
on Tuesday, came very near being cap
sized. Mr. Daggett i not much of a
boatman, which fact he acknowledges,
and while in the center of the river the
wind came up, tossing his boat in a
fearful manner. How he reached land
he doe not know, but he thanks his
lucky stars that he got there, and de
clares that he prefer to enter tho
"pearly gate'' by land.
In Jastlra C ourt.
In Justice Davis' court yesterday, in
the case of the State vs. John Prall, it
appearing hi bondsman was not suffi
cient surety for hi appearance, and that
(he defendant was about to leave the
state, he wa rearrested and brought
into court, w here he entered a plea of
"not guilty" to the charge of unlawfully
taking and attempting to take fish. His
bond was raised to 100, which he was
unable to furnish, and was remanded to
the custody of the sheriff. He afterward
withdrew his plea of not guilty and en
tered a plea of guilty, and was fined $10
and costs, amounting to a total of $.7 .150
which he paid and was discharged.
In the case of Owen Williams va.
Clint Thomas, Mr. Thoma settled
everything promptly and the case was
Foielng From the Hewer.
A row occured last night at Wiseman'
saloon wherein Tom Strickland, tough
character, had a racket with "Rocky"
the bartender. He threatened to kill
him. and began throwing whisky
glasses, the cigar lighter, etc., at the
bead of "Rocky." After being hit twice
on the head, "Rocky" commenced te
get little wrathy and, grabbing a gun,
ran around from behind the bar saying:
"Now you have threatened to kill me, if
you don't go out immediately I will
shoot you." At this , juncture Oflicer
Gibon opportunely arrived and arrested
Strickland, taking him to the city jail
Some time in the night he escaped out
of a small hole.
A humorous incident occurred in thi
connection. A crowd gathered looking
at the twisted bar and the email hole
through which it seemed miraculous any
ordinary 140 pound man could escape,
and Tho. Joles, believing that hole in
general are larger than they seem,
offered to bet f20 that he could get
through the came hole. The bet wa
promptly accepted by W. E. Garret tson
Joles, w ho is one of our largest men and
who could get the portfolio of state if he
tried, Just for ponderosity, pulled off hi
mat and started in. Firit he thrust one
leg through, which shut out the day
light completely. Then he tried to push
hi head through, but tl hole wa one
size too small. With dispairing glance
.t.nr1 at hi stomach, he wheeled
around and said : "Take the stake : I'm
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San
Diego, Cal., say: "Shlloh'i Catarrh
Remedy is the first medicine I have
ever found that would do me any good."
Price 50 cts. Sold by Snipes Kinersly.
A Chinese garden at the foot of Fed
eral street has been one of the features of
First street for many year. Its pro
prietor has been uniformly successful in
raising for the markets the first vege
table and garden trnck. A weed i
never permitted to attain a growth of
more than two or three inches and un
usual care is given the garden. But his
success is due chiefly to a cause which
n American would disdain to employ,
for at the upper end of the garden is the
outlet of one of our principal sewers,
and the filth and pollution that daily
flow from it is used to enrich and force
the growth of the seeds he plants. An
atmosphere hangs over thia patch of
ground that would sicken a white man
and he would soon die if he breathed it
a continuously a doe John Chinaman.
But the aforesaid John seem to thrive
upon it, and he goe on enjoying life and
adding daily receipts to his unquestioned
hoard of wealth.
money to hi ow n use, but said he didn't
think there was so much missing. The
bondsmen are John Muldrick, D. G.
Overholt, F. C. Sels, II. C. Trowbridge,
I'eter Kuhl and Ed C. Allen. They
have mad)' good the short.ign ami have
aemtimd control of the ollice until an
appointment can 1m made. Much re
gret is cxpri cd that a young man
with such promises of the future should
go astray. But such ia life. Grant Co.
Balled the Heaa Thlrly-Elrht Year.
Capt. A. P. Loud is a prominent resi
dent of Hampden, Me. For 38 years
he sailed the seas, and upon retiring
from that calling was appointed by the
U. S. government to superintend its in
terests in the Alaska seal fisheries,
position he held five years. In speuk
ing of hi experience he says: "For
several years I was greatly troubled with
nervousness and pain in the region of
the heart. It was almost impossible for
me to get rest and sleep. Physicians
from New York to San Francisco did me
no good, but Dr. Mile Restorative Ner
vine and New Heart Cure speedily and
completely cured me. I owe my pres
ent excellent health to them."
HE DIDN'T "GIT"
it Iteatly and Then
Took a freight.
The hero of this sketch i one of our
best known citizens. On a recent trip
he stoed off at Halsey, and proceeding
te the hotel, gave
his valise to a clerk,
and asked the land
lord when a certain
freight would go
out. The Boniface
said he couldn't go
ut on it. The ir
elevant answer led
io a discussion,
which in turn led to
an ultimatum on the
part of the hotel
man to the effect that he could not eat
(upper there and ordered him to take
hi umbrella and grip and "git." But
The Dalle man didn't "git" worth a
cent. In tact he not only stayed, but
got his supper and paid for it. The
next experience concerned the train. As
ison as the treightcame in the following
conversation took place:
Want to go to Albany.
Got to go; important business.
Can't do it. Strict orders not to carry
any passengers. (Train starts.)
Here is '.he faro and one dollar more.
You'll have to get off, ar, at next sta
tion. I'll do it.
And he did it, but he got on again
when the train started, and got on and
off at every station until Albany was
The above actual events show the
force of character of Dalles people and
their singular faculty of pushing things
in defiance of all opposition. Verily
they are hard to curry.
Recent advices say that the hotel man
ia armed with a double-barreled shotgun,
and the conductor has secured a China
car for a tow, with a bit of barbed wire
to connect with his caboose.
Work of Cattle Thlerea.
Wm. Floyd of 5-Mile has lost a large
part of his cattle in the last several
months from thieves. He ha lost so
many, in fact, that it has grown to be a
serious matter. No trace can be found
of the thieves, but It ha been found
that hi cattle have been driven some
where across the Des Chutes to some
secret rendezvous of the robbers, and
there re-branded. Cattle have even
been stolen from out of the corral. He
discovered the work of the thieves by a
cow which he had missed returning,
when the marks where it had been
freshly branded over could be seen. He
now offer fliM) for the arrest and con
viction of any or all of the thieve.
The lefoltlna- foatmaeter.
In regard to Canyon City ' postoffice
defalcation the New will state for the
benefit of all parties the iiisieetor ap
peared unexjieetedly Tuesday morning
of last week, and began an investigation.
A shortage of about $2,500 was found in
the cash accounts. leputy postmaster,
J. I. Parrish, who was on a trip to Hear
valley, was sent for. Upon his return
he admitted having appropriated puhlic
Directory of Dalles City.
Mr. Frank Deye hag perfected ar
rangement for the issue, June 20th,
prox., of Columbian Year Directory of
Dalle City. Only two directories of the
city have ever been issued the first in
1883, by Mr. Thomas H. Ward, and the
second, nnder his copyright, in 1884.
Mr. Ward has extended the privileges of
his copyright to Mr. Deye, so that the
work is fully fortified against infringe
ment or interference.
The directory of this year will be In
corporated in and become part of the
history of Oregon, as it will mark an
era In the state' progress, and stand
for reference and comparison from now
till the next Columbian year. It will
include portraits of prominent citizens
and pictures of many of the elegant pri
vate residences of the city, cuts of public
buildings, churches and business blocks,
name and street directories, statistics,
histories of Wasco county and Dalle
City, and other valuable information,
general and particular.
The publisher ia an old newspaper
man and an artist, and in the latter
capacity will make a majority of the
This is un enterprise that beside giv
ing us a directory, which time and
changes have rendered an absolute ne
cessity, will add to the importance of
the city. It will be placed in the prin
cipal hotels of San Francisco, Portland,
the Sound cities and Victoria, and will
le on file at the Oregon club in Chicago
and in the Oregon building in the
world' fair grounds. The work on it
w ill be done in the citv, and as a homo
product will be a credit to all con
cerned publisher, printers, patrons
huperlorlly of Foreign I'roductlona.
A young man of The Dalle of German
descent, recently married, ha just had
an experience which he acknowledge
will serve as a lesson throughout all his
after life. His name, for obvious rea
sons, is withheld, but we will vouch for
the facts. Wishing to procure a meat
cutter as good as that used by his mother
in the old country, he sent to Germany
for it, and in due time tho machine
came from across the ocean. After
ojiening the lox the first thing that
struck his eye were the directions for
using in English and not In German,
as he expected. But to cap the climax,
a trade mark, neatly cast in the iron,
manufactured in U. 8. A. The
machine had been Imported to Ger
many and re-shipped actps the ocean
to Oregon, costing about twice a much
as he would have to pay for It hero.
Weather The rainfall for the week
has ranged from a trace to .IS of an
Oops The fall-sown wheat is knee
high of good color, well Dtooled ami well
rooted ; early spring sown rain is up.
Oats have an increased acreage. Kye is
heading out in most of tho counties.
The Hach crop has been eomewhat in
jured and curl leaf is more pronoiinceil
than usual. Strawberries are in full
bloom and in the southern counties they
are ripening. Cranberry culture is bo
ing increased, those now out are doing
finely ; the same In Coos and Clateop
counties. The huy crop promises to be
very heavy; early grasses are heading
out; clover is unusually heavy. Pastures
are excellent and stock ia improving.
Weather Warm clear weather has
prevailed during the week; in some of
the interior counties non-injerious frosts
occured on the 0th and 10th. Corre
spondents all agree that no more favor
ble weather could have prevailed: no
rain is reported to have fallen except an
occasional sprinkle, the mean tempera
ture ranged from 48 to 56 degrees.
Crops The favorable weather has
caused vegetation to make rapid growth.
Peaches are somewhat injured, and will
not be a full crop. Other varieties of
fruit are fully up to the average. East
and south of the Blue mountain the
fruit buds are swelling, but few are in
bloom. Summer fallowing is about
done. Fall sown rye is heading in
Wasco, Sherman, Gilliam and Morrow
counties. Fall wheat is from 4 to 10
inches high and spring grain is coming
up. Some wheat Is jointing. Wire
worms continue to do damage in Sher
man county. Cutting of hay on Colum
bia bottom land has commenced.
Sheep shearing is nearly done in the
Columbia river valley counties and an
extra good wool clip has been secured.
Wool is now being hauled to the ware
houses. Ditches are being prepared for
irrigation in Malheur and Harney coun
ties. Peach and cherry trees are in full
bloom in Lake county. Advancement
in the season has been made, but vege
tation and farm work is in Grant, Crook
and Klamath counties behind that in
the other counties.
Rivers There has been a steady rise
in the Columbia and tributary rivers
during the past week. The river at
Portland is today 16.3, an higher point
than ever before at this date in May
when higher water followed in June.
The river will have a steady continuous
rise for next six days, when for a few
day they may become stationary.
Thos. A. Rhea, who bag been around
among Morrow county sheep men this
year, gives the following information :
W. S. Small of Miles City, Mont., and J.
N. Wadson of Calif, have bought 12,000
head of sheep, the former 6,000 year
lings, which he will ship from Wallula,
the latter 6,000 two-year-olds, to be
shipped from Reno, Nevada. Jas.
Wright of Tacoma bought 5,000 head
from Blake & Clay of Gilliam county
for the Sound market. Mr. Bedgar of
Pendleton has also purchased 5,000 head
of sheep from parties in this section.
Mr. Rawson of Red Bluff wants 3,000 to
3,500 ewes, to be driven overland to
Montana. Frank Boyd of the same
place has bought 200 ewe and lambs
from Wasco parties. Sara Kinsman has
bought 4,000 to 5,000 for the Sound
market. Ed R. Bishop, cashier of tho
National bank of Heppner, ha bought
10,000 head or more for an eastern
driver. We are informed that buyers
are looking this way, now that our
prlceg are more reasonable, and it is
likelv that but few sheep offered for
sale will remain at the end of the sea
son. Heppner Gazette.
High Water Rtatutlce.
The following table shows the height
of water in the Columbia at The Dalles
for the years named for the month of
Mny 4 .
Mny H .
Mny I t .
Mny H .
Mny I ft .
Mny 17 .
Mny IS .
Mny 111 ,
Mn Jl .
Mny Jl .
Mkv tl .
Mny J.r .
Mny 7 .
Mny JH ,
Mny W .
Mny Ml .
IkNI 1HKJ 1H3 IK!
.1H 7 111. 7
. Jil i V.I H I
.Jll HI) 1.10 JIN
.Jl S 10 S .... 'J I . .S
.J I 4 .... iM.l 8ft.il
.Jl 1 21.7 'JX 1 ai.2
MA 22 9 2J 27.7
..22.1 22.1 .... 29.4
..22 1 22
..2. 22 1 2.
.21 7 21.4 2U.4
.. 2ft 7 "J I
..2 'J 20 1 2(1 . . ..
..:!. 2 an . ..
.:.. b tl. Ml
..:!. a 'J't
..al.2 2n .9 29.7
..2H. 2M.8 29.4
..;! s :i 2
..:ii.h I.B JO 4
The Jerm-y Hull, MT. I. tUltfcllT, will tanl
for tlin M'hhuii itt lh(
Columbia Feed Yards.
Ki.r n-rvli-e mv purlli-iilnrn niilv at llif )'rlt.
lit'iir tli.' Ilrt'wery.
4 2lwlin ll., OHIIOKNK.
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.,
San Francisco, Calif.
FOR SAI.K BY
PEASE & MAYS,
THE DALLKS, ORKGOX.
Pork and Beef.
Fine Lard and Sausages.
Curers of jf BRAND
Dried Beef, Etc.
Masonic Building, The Dalles. Or.
DIAMOND - ROLLER MILL
A. H. CURTIS, Prop.
Flour of the Best Qual
ity Always on Hand.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Lamd Office. The Dalles. Or.,
May l.i, 193.
Notice 1 hereby Riven that the fnllowtnR
nHmed neuter has filed notlee of his Intention to
make final proof in nuport of hla elnitn, nni
thnttinid proof will be made before the Ktxister
nd Keeeiver at The Dalle, Oregon, on Tuurs
J uly Ota, Itm, vie
Charlca E. Kandoi,
Homestead applirntlon No. i'M. for the Lot 3
of Hit t Ion i:i and Lot 1 of Section 11, Tp. 1 N.,
R. 12 E. W. M.
He namea the following witnesses to prove his
contiguous residence umu and cultivation of
said laud, vis:
lieruiiu Snln, Alexander Iliiffuenln, Peter
(iiiinan, and Alihonse audo, all of The
U; JOHN W. If. WIS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lakd Orrica. The Dulles. Or., Mnr. SI,
Notice in hereby riven thnt the following
named settler has 'tiled notice of his intention to
make final pnsif in snpsirt of his ebiiin, and
that said proof will la? made before t!e iirtfiter
and Receiver at The Dalles, Or., on Sntuiday,
May 13, bJI, viz:
Jsrim It. McC'lur.
Pre-emption lHs'lnrnforv statement No. 72ss. for
the N NK1-;, and -V NW ' of Sec. , Tp. 5 S.,
It. 13 K.
He names the following witnesses t' prove
his continuous residence. umiii and cultivation
of said land, vix:
(leorgc (Mirdon, L. M. Wisslsitle, D. L. Hurst
and M. Dciorc, nil of U Hplmtia. or.
M-21 JOHN W. l.KVW.S, Register.
Following ia the lint of letters remain
ing in the poHtofftce at The Dulles un
called for, Friday, May 13th, MCI.
Persons, calling for came will give date
on which they were advertised:
Owing to the present dago of water
we havo been compelled to discontinue KBr J
through connection to Portland. Meamer
Regulator will make a trip, Dalles to
Cascaded ami return, wvery Saturday.
Through business will l resumed as
soon as possible. I. P. t A. N. Co.
Itoelmer Miss M
1 1 inkle Mrs R
Hinkle Mrs W L
Jackson A 8
IKiney Mrs R
Thomas A C
Go to N.
yards for $1
M. T. Solas, P. M.
Harris for fine prints; 'JO
In tho Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Vi nsco.
Isndor Ijing, Kdwnrd I-ang, Max Ijinif r.inl louts
Ijiug, Hirtners doinx Inisini ss iiml. r the Hrm
liumu of Linn; &. Co., I'laintilts, n, A. J.
To A. J. Wall, the abonr-namnf tltjemtunt:
In the name of the state of Oregon, you aro
here'.v renuired to aoisar ar.d nnsvs er the com-
ilHint riled aunilist vou In the alsive -.-ntltkil
action, on or I. fore the tirstdny of llic next regu
lar term of this court niter completion or me
service of this summons Usn you: and if you
tail so to answer, for want thereof, the plnintirt
wll take Judgment against you for the sum of
f.'s.tM and interest thereon at the rale of eight
(tor cent nr annum from May 15, l.vj, and tii
urther sum of 1-1.2.') and interest thereon at
eight per cent. )ht annum from July 20, lv.rj,
and for their costs and disbursements herein. ,
This summons Is served upon you ypuhiicn
llon thereof by order of the Hon. W. L. lliad
sliaw, Judge of said Circuit Court, mmte at
chambers in Dalles ( itv on NovciiiIkt t, ls'M.
MAYri, Hl'NTlNiiToS .v. WILSON,
IS 81 Atttorneys for i'laiutiff.
Ill the Justice Court for Kast Dalle Freoinet,
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William Riley, I
To Witlian Miry, the aliove namftl iltemlant,
In the name of the Hlate of Oregon, You aro
hereby reiulred to appear before the under
signed, a Justice of the Peace for said Precinct,
on the Hd day of Jmv, lain, at the hour of 10
o'clock A. M., at the ofllce of said Justice in said
precinct, to answer the above-named plaliitlll in
civil action. ,
The defendant will take notice thnt If he fail
to answer thecninplaint of the plaintiff herein,
the plaintiff will tnke judgment against him lor
71 (ii, and Interest thereon at the rate oi H per
cent. ier nullum from the 11th flay of June, l-'.),
and for the further sum of '. and Interest
thereon at tha rate of s in-r cent, per annum
from the l ith day of March, IwiO, and lor hla
cost and disbursements herein.
This summons la served upon you by publica
tion In pursuance of an order made and herein
on the 17lh day of Mny, !!.
L. H DA , IH,
H ptd Justice of the I'enco.