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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MAY 26,1893.
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. tirang win io pt-"-i. .. -rt
o( II. K. Hye to the mayor'-
I a m tirinfl aa fol-
y,H oi ii-ii"..
-Irons of Husbandry mean agricui
r .r;nniinM .leiiend the
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of thi C1144 lion depend not on
gnat cororte ttiorotigmarc, urn
V the devclopmeu. "
lull ar interest! in ne -...
r1 ..t..Uil if... In pniur.
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in t.ic-H they are learning rp
'n,onff the farmer are found the
,let statesmen of the time, and in
there tli-y are educated.
f i range 11 w
want uch lawa aa will
nargin of profit in the handa of
C tt po'w'
The people must have
0f veto. At the present
lion the tax rate la
L to rrarh almost three r cent.,
ring little or no margin of profit.
our grange we discus onr roone-
fVHtt-m, our taxation system, the
stions tliai Blicct our inajiK-rijr a. a
, must fre lo ii him uicim nnoini
. (. . 1 . . .1 .. V - .111
oil have a title to the tame, for
, a the tillers own the aoil, they will
nd their country, educate their
inn and assist in making the whole
ijfre ia no class more to he de-li-J
pon for an ojH?n river than the
'trr listening to Mayor Maya" elo-
nt sdilrees ol welcome, iiurrr
tt' resKnse, and Master Boise'
ual address, the Grange toon nan-
:r rwess. Alter rr-rB
t in secret session ana nsienea to tne
iirt of the treasurer, committee on
xn i wora, cuuirmucaj wi hcvicu-
and the committee on agricultural
n ' . . . : . l '. .. .. tl,. -
rtol the agricultural college commit-
a',d that there has been 2H1 etu-
li rnroliea in me inBmuiion una
wr. MDCiyaia OX lliv pmuruia ic
fcng laJiee, while ls are young men.
L inmlred young gentlemen live at
Cantliorn hall, and 20 voung women
a t the girl'a hall, while 1 til tirul
rdand lodging in tlie city of Corval
jt on adjoining farm. Forty-two
liking the agricultural course, and
ire t.'ikini: the mechanical course.
r-eiht are taking the household
U-r lirtening to aome auggeationa
Ljuhn Medlar, the (irange riroceed-
onHider aome financial Luiitie,
afterward heard the reiort from
l evral countiea which were referred
'.de Tuj-er cointnitteea.
Nrviral renolutijna favoring the free
4naUtuit'd coinage of all ver were re-
rwlUithe committee on legislation.
r v.,nUiii lavoring a law tlial win ai-
o!iit'B (he privilege of ngnmg je-
or or againt aaloon lii-enw, waa
rml tu the aame committed. A rea
ion fiiyoring the re-enactment of the
'V','e tax law, another favoring the
lion of V. 8. Henatora by direct vote
lie Ntople, and many aimilar onea
iu Grange then took a reremi until 7
u.,ut which time the unwritten work
lie order wua exemplified.
!u-r opening exerclnea, txnaiderable
e aa absorbed by the reading of the
nuteti, necreUry report, report ot
umitteeaa, and the Lectnrer'i report.
rctiolution favoring no exemption
ln taxation, and othera were laid on
table. Hilliary'a resolution regard-
V W coinage of ailver called forth aev-
comniitteea on condolence were
'ointed. and aome atanding commit
i'iirdj greetings from the W. C. T.
i were read by one of the a'mtera. It
p ordered Uiat the greetingi be spread
our mlnutea and that auitahle re
'"i be nmde.
rome amendment to the by-law
f'f offered by different niembera.
Alter considerable profitable niarumion
tirange took noon recefH.
'fatige opimed at 1 :30 p. ui., and
r dipofling of a few reaolutiona, lia-
r to an excellent addre-a by Hon.
'M. 1!1ob, w ho i jirenident of the
fW Agricultural College, and also
rtor of the Orgeon Kxperiment ta
li. I'rof. Bloaa cxplaiueJ the work-
' of the college and elation and told
w each ia aupported. Keveral quea
i were aakitd by dilTerent onea and
wered by Mr. Illoa.
"Ji'ie reaolutiona were then offered by
r- Canto of Clarkainaa county.
the ayee and noea were called cm
''ruble time wa conaumed in voting
Import of by-lawa committee waa re
rrtd back to committee,
rime for aelecting place of meeting
' next year waa made a aiiecial order
buaineaa for tomorrow at 10 o'clock
HillUry preaented a resolution favor-
I? tinted Statca ownerahip and von-
Jl of the Nicaragua canal.
Notion to reconaider a rote on one of
8 proposed amendmenta to by laws
' not aiMtained
The Wednesday evening'! aeaaion wa
f ry abort owing to the fact that other
iiMrtiia wlahed the una of the hall
Grange ocihh1 at U o'clock. Koll call
howed nearly alt member in their
eat a. Call for the report of atanding
P. P. I'nderwood of Wasco county
made the report for the committee on
transportation. Ssid report favored
government ownernhip and control of
railroad, etc., and called forth several
The principal speakera being lion. II.
K. Hayes, I. I. Underwood, Judge H.
T. IUiie and Deputy I.udy of Umatilla
All the speaker thought that the
public highway should lie controlled by
the state for the benefit of the citizens.
All were satisfied that the government
should not dully any more with the
Union and Central Pacific railroad.
In Australia the government own
and control the transportation line.
Remark were made on the same sub
ject by Fronian of Unn county, McMil
lian of Sherman county, and other.
The whole discussion wa very instruc
tive to the memiier of the Grange and
wa enjoyed by all.
Sherman county farmer ahould not
have to pay 11 cent per bushel for ship
ping grain 10S mile. The report of the
committee waa adopted.
Some amendment were offered to by
law, and after thorough ventilation,
Eugene, Oregon City; McMinnville
and Corvalli were put in nomination
for place ot holding next State Grange.
Three ballota were taken, resulting in
the choice of Kngene.
The claim of Kugeno were presented
by J. C. Jennings and Sinter Spores;
those of Corvalli by John M. l'.los and
John Whittaker; those of Oregon City
by J. Casto and K. A. Clark ; and those
of McMinnville by J. T. Jolly and Henry
After selecting place of meeting, the
(irange took a recess for noon.
Ha KlarU tor Eotop. With HUS180.000.
With languid, measured tread he as
cended the gang plank, the waiting
hundred stepped back in awed silence,
making a passage for him, and bowed in
sjieechlest reverence as he passed. The
vision of loveliness had been too much
Paddy wore a tail silk hat much too
small for him, which nestled down on
his chrysanthemum locks like a cork in
a demijohn. He also wore a chastened
look, for he had been up late the night
M-fore playing billiards and smoking
cigarettes, His long black overcoat was
thrown back and disclosed his low, roll
ing collar, flapping w hite tic and equally
The women lost consciousness only for
a moment. When Paddy had reached
the upper deck they made a wild rush
after him, surrounded him, shook his
hand, begged for his autograph, and
hoped "Oh, so much, Mr. Paderewski,"
that lie would come back. Most of the
women had the Pans passenger list in
their bauds, and wanted the idol' auto
graph ou that.
He had a hard time writing those
autographs. He wrote against the side
of the deck cabin sometimes, but as he
wrote hi left hand would be grasped by
one or two admirers, and having only
one hand with which to hold the paper
and pencil, be frequently dropped one
or both. Once when he dropied his
jienril be muttered to a reporter to kick
it overboard. Thi the sympathetic
man did, but a woman with phenomenal
adroitness found her pocket before the
ship sailed, and produced another pencil.
When it waa seen that there were not
going to lw autograph enough to go
around the women began stealing each
other lista which has already been
He said, in answer to anxious in
quiries, that hi health, was improved,
and that he had only pleasant recollec
tions of his American tour, excepting
hi mnt Chicago experience. He de
clared vehemently that his treatment bv
the Chicago pariers was nothing less
than outrageous, and all the women
shuddered to think that the Chicago
paper could be so incomprehensibly
wicked. He consoled his adorers then
bv adding that he had taken in $180,010
during the tour in return for 70 concerts.
New York Sun.
Among the arrival in town yesterday
wa Mr. Halph O. Pates, who has ac
quired a national reputation as a lec
turer. Mr. Pate Is one of the heroes of
the story of "From Andcrsonville Prison
to the White House," and is theoriginal
of the "Billy" of that thrilling story.
The main feature of the lecture have
been incorporated in the history of the
United States, but it I seldom an op
portunity present itself to hear the
narration of personal experiences of one
w ho survived the dreadful treatment re
ceived by the inmate of a Southern
prison in war time. The tory ia a most
interesting one, and "Billy" will tell it
from hi own lip Tuesday and Wednes
day evenings at the M. K. church, under
the auspice of the F.pworth League.
One verv dark bav Canadian
Km tut All fin riuht bin K. also one
gelding fifteen handa high, no oraml,
and four year old. Any erson return
Ing said animals to Tygh Valley Hour
mill will be suitably rewarded,
ltw V, M. McCokrlk.
IviH llMm-i-i ah a Trip to thm lnlrlur
Kvcsllrfl In Hut HuU,
Ivan lluinason of the firm of Strei
lierg A Humuson, druggists, Portland,
wa in the city lust night and went to
Portland on the early morning train.
Mr. lluinason has just lieen nominated
auditor by the democrat of Portland,
but at the time that gentleman was en
route to I-Kke county with IM head of
blooded stoc k to be placed on the stock
ranch, and in blissful ignorance of the
honor thrust upon him.
A messenger waa at once dispatched
from Portland to notify hini of his nomi
nation and overtook him at Button
Spring ixty mile southwest of Prine
ville. At Prineville the messenger was
besieged with question a to what he
wanted of lluinason and he was forced
to tell them, or fancied he was, that he
had just been appointed collector of cus
tom in place of Lotan. The excitement
among the Prineville people was in
tense. Mr. Humuson say that the farmers
are jubilant all over that country over
the exceptionally fine prospects for
crop. The desert i covered with a
rank growth of grasa and water is plenti
ful, (trass is o abundant in all parts
of the country that stock eat all they
want and lie down for long intervals.
Ijist Saturday a heavy snow fell south
of Prineville and a bucket of milk froze
solid over night.
HON. W. R. ELLIS.
Hrmlirr-Ilrcl fr th Fifty-Third
grafts of tha V. H.
A new law firm in Heppner is that of
F.llis, Dawaun & Lyon. The two last
named are new-comers and will be
known in future by their merits. The
senior member is
HON. W. R. KI.I.IS,
the efficient member-elect of congress
for the newly-formed seventh judicial
district of Oregon. Mr. Ellis is a man
of pleasing address, and is young enough,
being only 43 year of nge, to make for
himself a great name, entering congress,
as he does, at an earlier age than the
great majority of national representa
tives. He is the son of James Kllis, and
was born near Moreland, Montgomery
county, Indiana. April 23d, 1H50. His
mother's maiden name was Susan Stone.
Both father and mother were Kentuck
ians. His father died in November,
1851, and four years later hi mother
married Joseph Moberts in January 1855.
In April of the same year the family re
moved to Guthrie county, Iowa. Here
Mr. Kllis was brought up on the farm,
doing farm work and going to school
four months during each year until 18
years of age, after which time he taught
school and worked on the farm until he
was of ag". Ho then entered the Iowa
Agricultural college where he remained
almost two year. He entered the law
department of the Iowa State university
in September, 1873, and graduated in
the class of 1874. InJanuary 1875. he
began the pi act ice of law at Pauora,
Iowa, and wa elected and served as
mayor of the town during that year. In
June 1870, lie removed to Hamburg,
Iowa, w here he followed hi profession
ami engaged in newspaper work. He
w as elected city attorney in 1878, and
served two years. Inimediatelv after
fiie expiraTionof the term he entered
upon the duties of mayor, to which office
he had been previously elected. He
wa married March 31st, 1880, to Mis
Jennie B. Kdwards, who died in Janu
ary 18S2. In March 1883, he came west
and taught school in Walla Walla
county, Wash., until 1884. He then
went to Heppner as principal of schools.
In April, 1885, he began the practice of
law again. In March of the same year,
upon the formation of Morrow county,
he was appointed first school superin
tendent. In December of the same year
he was appointed by Gov. Moody as
district attorney of the newly formed
seventh judicial district, was elected to
the same position in 1880, and re-elected
in 18. He was nominated by the re
publican lmrty in 181)2, and elected as a
,....t.,W of the fiftv-third congress. He
married his present wife, Mrs. Ida J
Scott, at Walla Walla, Wash., June 10th,
1885. They have one child, a son. Kd
gar B. Kllis.
Dr. Gnnn'a Improved I.iver Tills on
account of their mild action are especi
ally adapted for correcting spring disor
ders, such a impure blood, tired brain
and aching and worn out body. They
act promptly on the I.iver and Kidneys;
drive out all impurities from the blood,
and malaria from the system. Only
one pill for a done. Try them this
snrinif. Sold at 25 cts. a box by Blakely
& Houghton, Druggists, The Dalles, Or.,
I). M. and J. W. French to J.
6 'a acre wst
(jf the donation
claim of John A.
OUR CASCADE LETTER.
a i'if r-
r lluulil Hi rrtnft
of tli Itrg-ulstor.
Cascaiir Locks, May 24, 1893.
SM-elul I trrfNiil4-m-.
The ancient saw "more rain more
rest" doe not apply to the links.
Work goes right along despite the Cascade-concentrated
Oregon mist; and as
for the rain, it keeps right along, also,
doing business at the old stand.
The railway to the Herman creek
quarry has been completed, and the
qnarrymen are busily getting out very
suierior rock, a gray basalt.
Supt. Hobart, of the state portage,
has taken all needful care of the itate
property, so that there is very little
danger of any of it lieing carried nearer
to Salem by the freshet. Nothing Bhort
of a mandamus can move it under its
weight of ballast.
Our people miss the boat very much,
and I am naked to put in a special plea
for more service. If the Regulator
could make two trip a week, say
Wednesdays and Saturdays, it would
help them out very much. Our butcher
has been getting all his beef cattle up
the river, and feels cramped now, and
others all al"ng the line, who have been
prospering under the benign influences
of cheap freights and squarer service,
join in asking for the boats. It two
trip a week are impracticable, then let
the Saturday' trip lie an all day one,
starting earlier in the morning and stay
ing at the Locks until 4 or 5 o'clock.
This would give your people a regular
excursion day ; time to visit here, and
a good day at any of the beautiful land
ings on the middle river for fishing, etc.
Camping would be encouraged and a
fine business built up. Excuse our sug
gestions, but we are true friends of the
Regulator line. The U. P. would be
doing double its business in Oregon, if
it had paid more attention to its way
point in the state. This is too big a
country to be bottled up, and the folks
who help to uncork it will help them
selves as well as the country.
The hills back of town were covered
with a new coat of sncw yesterday morn
ing. Messrs. Day have ordered an electric
light plant and work will be pushed day
and night as soon as it is placed in
position. Nan Each.
The Hillsboro Democrat was destroyed
by fire yesterday. Loss, $3,200; insur
Chauncey II. Snow, journalist and
civil engineer, is dead, aged 00. He as
sisted in the construction of the Hoosac
tunnel, and rendered valuable engineer
ing services to the government during
A party of old pioneer proiioses to
make the trip from Payallup, Wash., to
Chicago on a flat car, which they will fit
up with a cabin for a kitchen and for use
on rainy dayB. They will be gone eighty
days, thirty of which will be spent in
The Poitland clergymen who went to
Astoria-to investigate the charge of
promiscuous kissing of females preferred
against Re7. R. B. Dilworth, of that
city, arrived at the conclusion that there
is nothing wicked in kisBing, though,
perhaps, it ia a trifle indiscreet, some
times. For Mala.
Tan corner lots, with five room cot
tage and outbuildings, a good well of
water, also cily water, nice young fruit
trees, good soil, desirable location, and
remarkably cheap. SeeJoxLG. Koo.vrz.
The distressing computation ia made
that the human system contaihs 10,000,
000 nerves. What is the use of letting
the nervous man know that he is really
about ten times worse off than lie
though? There w ill be no living with
him if he finds out the real gravity of his
lr. Uunn's Onion flyrup.
This remedy is a sure cure for all dis
eases of the Throat and Lungs, caused
liv tjikinir cold. It will stop a cough in
nnn niifht. no matter how severe. It
Is iust what its name implies; an onion
syrup, compounded in such a manner as
to do away with the unpleasant taste
ami in lor of the veuetauie.
When in need ol a cure tor cougn or
cold, try it. Price 50 cts. Sola by
lilukeley A Hougnion.
Imported English Shire Stallion
No II', I"rd llnwk. iim-7. Drown, foaliil
ihk; Mr.1 l.v Mr. Coward, Woiiu-ralcy, 1'oliU-
Irai-t, Yorkshire. Iiiilx'rt.'d I'M.
. ' ti i ti.. On rv. :t 171: licbvla-vi
.),.. 'i ...i' h.' bv foimlHTor, ihl; lie hy
Hertford. io:IT: 'lif liy Holiest Tom, Urn.': lie liy
Hertford, Hl. ..... u -i.
Ham l,yiir.irk,M; he by Waxwork, K.i,
land a Hero, T; he by Herhylilr Hero, ,W: h
by licrliyalilic.vo; he by Perthshire ll'iirgotl a
II tiviior tin re haotxl the ci'lclinita.! Stal
linn. LOUP HAWKK, lie will nmke tlie
.....n at W. L. Ward's on Moinlity
ami Welnfclrtv : Bml at Du
fur on ' Thursday, l-'riiUy and atur-
(,'hurgea for the tteiiHon, f 10 ; to insure
'i i, o lu.-t of cure i ill he taken of am
main, but no resioiiil)ility for daman-
will Via naHmnpd.
lijfd llawke won the 4100 premium at
Hkiiiii. Knit and. in
The pride paid for Lord llawke wa
i"" A. J. MoHALEY.
Wm. Buskirk of Hood River is in the
J. A. Reld of Portland, representing
lleliert Bradley A Co., is in town.
Miss Juannette Williams returned on
tho noon truin from a trip to California.
Bespertine Underwood of Boyd is in
town, and will attend the meeting of the
P. P. Underwood of Boyd called on
Tint Ciihonk'i.k this morning. He is
one of the (irange delegates.
Mr. Henry Kaselierg and brothers, of
Sherman county are in the city today.
They assure the Ciionkxic that it is a
very popular and welcome visitor.
Measers J. W. and Smith French left
thi afternoon for the Gillman A Co.
stock ranches in the western foot hills of
Morrow county. They will lie absent
about ten days, returning by the way of
Fossil, in Gilliam county.
A. Cruin will leave on this evening's
train for his home in Templeton, Calif.
He has been visiting his brother T. P.
Crum, of thi city. Mr. Crura was a
former resident of The Dalle, having
been in business here seven year.
Mrs. J. II. Cradlebaugh is in the city.
K. W. Helm of Nansene come in to
T. H. Johnston of Dufur is in the
C. W. Magill of Wapinitia, a grand
juryman, called on the Cmhoxici.k to
day. Mrs. John Neal of 8-Mile went to
Heppner today where she will visit her
Hon. F. P. Mays, U. S. district attor
ney at Portland, arrived on the noon
H. F. Turner, an old time printer, but
now traveling for Russell & Co., Port
land, is in town to-day.
John N. Bloss, president of the Cor
vallis agricultural college, arrived on to
day's train to attend the Grange.
Mrs. J. J. Eoff, of Portland, came up
on last night's train and Is visiting at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Johnston.
Mr. Robt. Mays, jr., returned home
on today's passenger from Berkeley,
Calif., vvhere he has been attending
s:hool at the University of California.
.1. D. Wilcox of Kent is in the city
Levi Clanton will go to Portland to
night. Rev. Whisler returned from Waits
burg this morning.
Hon. T. R. Coon gave the Chronicle
office a very agreeable call today.
Mr. J. II. Sherar, the great sheep and
wool man of this country, is in the city
Mrs. Nellie St. John returned to her
home in Tacoma by this .evening' pas
Mr. Jas. McMillen of Wasco, Sherman
county, gave the Chronicle office an
agreeable call today.
The master of the Washington State
Ggange, I). L. Russell, is in the city to
day attending the State Grange of Ore
gon. Dr. Logan went to Portland last night
to make arrangements for taking his
son with him on a trip to the world's
fair and the east.
Messrs. E. II. and V. H. French re
turned on the noon passenger today from
California, where they have been attend
ing the California University.
Dr. W. L. Vanderpool of Dufur was in
town this morning. He met his brother
D. H. Vanderpool and wife of Benton
county, and all returned to Dufur this
Mr. R. O. Bates of San Diego, Calif.,
grand lecturer of the G. A. R., formerly
of Washington, D. C, in company with
Mr. O. M. Whitney, his secretary, of
Tacoma, are in the city.
In The Dalles, Sunday morning, to
the wife of Chas. Wagner, a 10-pound
In Portland, May 19th, Wm. Mallear
and Nellie Butts.
The groom ia a well-known railroad
man and Mis Butt is the daughter of
W. H. Butt of this city.
In The Dalles. May 24th.. by Wm
Michell, G. A. Brock to Anna Parish.
There is not a single state institution
located at Salem. They are all outside
the city limits, and are no more a part
of Salem than is Dahomey.
A Sun Cum for Pllcia.
Itrhinir niles are known by moisture
like perspiration, causing intense itching
when warm. lins loriu, as wen as
blind, bleediutf or protruding, yield at
onre to IT. isohriiko s i lie nrratniy,
which acts directly on part atlected.
absorbs Illinois, always itching and ef
fects a permanent tnire. ou cents
IlrniraiHts or mail. Circulars tree. Ir
Hofunko, Arcli, M., rmiHtioipiua,
1'u. Sold by Blakeley Houghton.
The Seattle Telegraph has added to
its plant tiv Mergenthaler linotype
machines, at a cost of f 1,1,500, which are
being rapidly set up. Two of them are
already in operation. These are the first
type setting machines to be used ia the
state ol Washington.
County Clerk' Notice.
AH iierson havimr warrants in the
hands of the county clerk issued more
ttian seven years prior to July 1st, iy.s
are hereby notified to call fo the same,
aud iiresent the same to the county
treasurer lor payment wiiinu biit uny.
from the 1st lay of July, H said
warrants are not called for and presented
for a above they will be cancelled and
payment thereof will therefore be re
fused. By order of the County Court.
Htmyl0ieJ8 J. B. Crokskk,
The Dalle, Oregon, May 8th, 18U3.
6600 EWES AND LAMBS,
1100 MUTTON SHEEP,
To tie delivered niter ahcmiiifr. For any Inlor
niHtinii denim!, si'ply lo
II. W. WKIXM,
Hhemr'n llrtilue 1. O., Or.
Or l. K. WKI.IH,
IJH lllli hi., I'urtliiiid, Or.
Tho Imporb-d lleliiUn
Will nil! nd lor the seuon ol l'.r4.
At Klehiiiinid'i Htuble In The (miles mi Krldaya
and hutiirfliiyn; at Ike. Youtnr'n on AlnmlHya
ami Ttii-Mliiyn; at K. HnlKrimg', mile went
id Boyd !'. O., on WnlneMiaya.
C.dCd Imported In Iwx by D. I". HtuMia
fUi ,)f Kairneld, Pma. ll In a
llnrk Bay. with Mim ic I'i.IiiU, and ia nKltr
at llruH l as No. .'rial, and III Amerleo na No. Vtt.
I laimeid the ftiiaat lirril Draft lloraoa
III Amerlea, ia tomlng h yeiira old. and welirha
TKKMrt Hlnicle aervlee ltd; for the aeanoii
to Inaura a foal IJU; In i-luU of live or mora
marea to one nmi, $IM for the aeaon, or (Ik
to lnaiue a foul. 11 y the mkmiii payable Oclo
her Int; to In-iire. due and pavahle an main aa
the mare ia known to lie In foal. Mures no
brought reKUlariy will be chawed for by tha
aeaaoti. M. W. 4 W. L FREEMAN, Owners,
Boyd, Wasco Co., Or.
rMf Ton want title to Government
Htate Landa call on
C. N. THORN BURY,
T. A. HUDSON,
I .ate Kec. U. B. Land Office.
U. S. Land Attorneys.
Over sixteen Years fcxpenence.
BUY AND SELL
CITY AND COUNTRY REAL ESTATE,
Unimprovetl FARM Property
Bend for a Pamphlet describing thia land.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Thompson's AdtiltloiL to The Dalles.
Thlf addition in laid off Into one-nore Iota. nd
in dentine! to be the principal residence part oft
the city. Only twenty miuutue walk fruin tbr
Do not be afraid to con mi It or write us, we frWc
advice or information in all branches of our bua
inefcs free of charge.
Settlers Located on Government Land.
Office in V
8. Land Office Building.
- '- - OREGON.
Wasco wareiouse Co.,
Receives Goods on Stor
age, and Forwards same to
For Sale on Commission.
w . w . Co.
TUB DALLES, UK.
MONEY TO LOAN.
We have an unlimited amount
of money to loan on ap
proved farm security.
Thornbuby it Hudson,
The Dalles, Or.
sr ana EmBalmBr.
Ordera by dlaiiateh. mull or In iieraon til led, any
hour of the day or lilxht.
PRICES AS LOWASTHE LOWEST
Pictures framed in all styles and site..
l'lace of business cor. third and
TUB 1IALLKM. OKBOUI
XOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
Land ornr. The Dalles. Or., Men. in, 11.
Nntlee la hereby Klvell that the following
limned settler hHa filed notice of her llltelitlou U
make final pnsd In aniirt o'.her rlaiin, auia
Hint aald riaif will Ihj luude before the nitr
and receiver at The Dallea, Or.., oil WodiiMiluf.
May l, l-'J-l, vU.
Homeatcad AbidlcHtlon KuW for the N WSJ
of Heetloll 111, l . f K. 12 S. V. M.
She names the follow inn ltneaea topniv ne
eoiittmmna residence iiii.ni and vultit allua ia!
aiild land, vlx;
Haimiel I- I'Hllerson, harlea I.. Frvor, Ollto
Welwrv and 8. t. t'errls. all of Vn.lnitlH, Or.
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iiit. In luilkn Hy, ortfn. within six nnllk4i
fr mt the l'Uf (iiia iidik.
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