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About The Dalles weekly chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1947 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1894)
THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1894,
attain ka-raoailaaarma Who Wara
polim-.l In un loillan War Iteara.
Whon tin1 wa-atlu-r is warm and the
nights u litil kuI try, says the In
tluuinpoli.s Journal, tlioro ure several
.oniretiial hiiirit.s who cluster about the
ofllei-aif Ktiilish's huU'l, who draw their j
chair out on the ;iva-meiit next to th
atrea-t iiml put in t hi-owning Tory plt-aw
antly relating Mories hatoheil hero and
there over t he world Hiid triven an air
ing, for their tellers, are well along in
years and have hail varied experience.
Dr. , one of the company, was at
MM' time pr.iotk'iiiir metlieine ut an old
mLs.siv.ti in California!, w here the lnaliuu
used to puttier ooeasioually. loaf around
allalay and disperse, at iiijrht. There
vras one old redskin i lio mould do tha
trilx-'s war- ilaiiee for twenty five ivnts,
ninl il'ui Jo it whenever there were!
enou'-h eu: ions r.uditori to . omrihate
retire, and aft
Tho add Indian would
r removing what wear-'
iny apparel he had. fro.
nially with paint and ,
fury, (ro through his in-.-rations
i.t-.d reivsonio v.
i'l.st'i f ilis-
i.-.io forth iu a
;.::uiio of ay-.;li.-.:itiiiii
retire, t- tho inters
ili'.i ation of those
who sail ! i in.
tine day r. r.io l.a.lv !i,m. Unarm''
touru-ts fin m tao lii.v.t tloo-rous aiuur
tsiifl!ii' a-.". I'.'!'.::.''il;iv.'ii to the mis
sion. Tin mi Indian was. a:, usual, on
hand, and hud soon entered into a con
trail in no l.ie war o.o. -o
1 lies :iiHi!:n:: v. -ere ileliifnieii. 1 lie
fev jM-i-plo v 1 1 i won-ai -ound the mission
wen.' surpri od to think these effete
en ii i n ladies would care to ivitneva a
porf -nnanro s. doubtful of its results,
but said nothing. lYesently the noble
minion appeared with a yell, a coat of
(rrea.se. a lia'. hot and aluut as free from
deir.:tion of any other kind a.s nature
ploesos to originally o-iin'ii l.er human
tribe. With one composite soroani the
liajGtoii eiria i.i'.ban.iod in all dirai'tions.
kl.v xs possible at 1
N-.rs. to U- driven just M
quicUIy from tho missiun.
MEDICINE IN PATAGONIA.
Haw Sl.-k liilUrrn Aw Trata.d In
t'oatl:ipf 's Stiullie'.-n Kxtmultr.
The Huston (ilobe has learned the
medical treatment of sick children in
Iatatrnnia. As mhhi as the ihxrtor ar
rives he looks at the sick child, and then
with much ea'n'itiony rolls it up in a
piece of skin. He then airders a clay
piaster, and by this time the ehild has
ceasrtl eryinjr. siHtlu-d by the warmth
of tho skin, and so renders still more
solid his reputation as a wise man.
Yellow clay i.s broujrht and made into a
thick i-rcam with water, and the childis
puint.'il from head foot, causing him
to cry ae-aiu. The evil spirit U still
iH-rc." says the doctor. Niffcly, and un-diH-s
tivn mysterious packajfes he car
ries; one contains rhea sinews ami the
other a rattle made of stones in a pourd
tlecoratcd with feathers. He then
tnfrers th" sina'ws. mutters somethiuff j
for a few minutes, then hi btizi-s tlie
rattle and shakes it violently, stariuir
vay hard at tlie cryinp child, then J
wraps it in tho skin arain and it ceases .
r ; ,...:.,,.ui M,,i.ui (
-, 7 . . , ,ri
as done four times, and then the run- is
considered complete. The doctor leaves
the child quiet, enfolded in the warm
akin, and ps away, having nveived
two pipcfuls of tobacco as his fee.
8trauK,e to ikij-. the child frenerally re
covers, but if it does not the doctor frets
out of the diliiculty by declaring that
the parents did not keep the medicina1
kin tightly rouud the child, and so let
the evil spirit tret back a-aiii. This
statement may possibly expUiin tho
orifrin of the old nnrscry son which u
printed in all edition. of "Mothertioose
Welodies," and has probably been sung
by every mother in America:
My Baby Ilur.tin.
Daddy's ironti a huntln'.
To gut a Httl rabbit skin
To vrap ap Baby Bunttn Id.
GOOD IDEA FOR SPENDTHRIFTS.
A ltprtr'M rifin Whereby He Managed
to Have .lluuey All Week.
A newspaper reporter whohas wielded
a pencil for various journals in Now
York for nearly n score of years told an
interestinfr story about himself to a
party of congenial friends incIu.lKi- a
Uomnicri.-ial Advertiser man. tlnitather
eTcnintr. that will lr-ar r"fj'atint'. lie
aaid that durinir tile earlier jKirtiou of
his journalistic canrr he found it al
most imi.: ible t lay aside any iii iuey,
notwitlistandinx- the fact that he was
then a single man and i-amed a first
class salary. Try as he would tlie
money lie received on Saturday for his
week's work would slip away from him,
and when Monday came around there
renuiitail nothing for him to do but to
strjlie tin: cashier, i'inaliy t.ho ett.iiior
ba-came tired of l;iii; hit so early in
the week, and the reporter was warned
that he would have to ffivo it up.
"I managed it in one way and an
other," said the writer, "but after a
lime my friends alsn lx-oaine t-ei :,;id
found mysidf in many rnl;arra:v,iny
po:itions, until I litially Jut on 11 pi-oiil-iar
but altogether atisf;wtory pi ::i."
"And what was that?-' ho iv:v. a ,'ied.
"Well, it was simply this: i 1 1 jrot
my money Saturday afternoo.i uent
over to tin- post ofliec, ptiieliawd ;. re-.n.-tereal
letter, put a portion of my Hilary
in it and uddrosed it to myv-if at the
office. Of course, the letter was not
delivered until Monday, and iu that way
I managed to (ret alone-all right and
finally kave some money."
1 m- spring in Alaska is iciiernlly
more luek ward than in mora- siMitliern
latitudes, because the mountains In i.if
jovered with snow the atiinr-plia-rc in
kept more or lcsa chilled until tlie snow
begin to appreciably disappa-nr. I!ut
the compensation cornea in fall,
when the mild weather in extendi a far
d it limit in many other plaea-
111. the center of civilization. V.ff.
:?tai and flowers friiiioiit!y arc
found "in(,' in the ifanlens after
xmhrr. ' 't is rare that heavy fr ist
scenr ba'f. . itinonth. 1 ..e Mimma-r
.n Alanka 1 'htful, na ver i.pprot.
lively warm. '. hermometcr remain;!
tnntnil aeventy-i decrees fur v.i !.i
nd iM-rhnps inonti.s, while the phiu
nt daylight rebmins in the amls-r shy.
A Jat. :.: -MK 11 1.
Cho Stmm-e C'to:-;r of n aiiou?iiippl
n ver rVj.xi.
v it l',Mir I'istu-U na-tller tl.ama
Milli.-u a.r.- f t - Tw.i tli.iir uual
William! IV. n-; twr
Iii t!- south eiu't o!
Iv e::l lei'i ; i- mli-li t
till'"- 1 - I': ' very -Vide
IWlie i empty
the city, eommon
lmt hieh at one
i'tiilleant name of
inK-ka-tl, there rv-
mi'u ,;: i f the eurly I reiH-h settlers,
Joe M.ir ..!;..!! hy name, says the St.
Louis Kei.-.diiic. "Old Joe," iw he is
called lie aua-ryoiia-, is one of those un
fnrt-.'.:i.:',i' I-'n'tiehiiieit who settled ill
t'urondelct while it was vet u Imr of
wM".e ')r e en houses. !(' aa-quired
t . .m-1 .r rr.ir.rTv. as mil Lll l lie
i , , mid' when 'a iron- active
a'ivir. 'it '
: i-iicroaclicil upon iiie atis-tlu-
property lovan to lie
worth m inethilie-, lio lost it all tlirouo-ii
carelessness and bail mnnajn'meiit. It I
may not be jronerally known that Jia'
was a millioui-.iiv for two whole hours
at one time, and the circumstances of j
his ri c ;.:.''. f.-.'! :'r-.' ber.t tu!d tit his own
r t!i -
sUlillltel' ol I
on the liver
in;,' a:ui it
The : v
. fo t-" ;:o
That iM!s in ;
I in a
tunes iv',-.. n , v. '.. .
clou ny river, ana me uari
j Louis iva!, lino! ivith Uiats whi.'ii
their how. so ti;.vt!:er in
M (!( to the wharf ut ;.!!. that they j
formed a wall alon tho river front
anil wlii-ii a lire broke out on one boat I
the others wen- so tijrhtly wed;nM! in
that a'scups was imiKissible. It hud j
been storming all ilay. and iu the even- j
ine; the river was a rafintr torrent,
readv to tear awav its banks or to d.i-di 1
It,., lmr.1 ln.i tli-if lei.l I1....11 1 . ill', m .t .'i 1
... ., .7 , .. , ...
j j Uu. Vl.ntKr,.,f , lhl.
bank out into mid-streaiu.
"Alxiut niiia' o'clock that evening a
tire broke out on the levee union"- the
Isiats. There was a panic. omc of
the passengers who won" spending,' the
ni'ht on the boats in order to make
sun1 of their staterooms lost their lives
in the panic which followed, and others
left their valuables. The loss was im
mense, baith of life and of property.
Tha red fjlare of the fire was distinctly
visible in Vide 1'ixdie, and I and my
partner sat up and kept watch on the
river, a-xpeotiii"- to see some of the pas
hensvrs of tho bnrninjr lxats drift by,
and to rescue them if pavssible. We
waited linijr, but no victims of tin1 tire
came. At last as we were about tocive
up the watch, ive saw out in the cur
rent a dark object that appeared to bo
a raft. It shot swiftly into view, and
us it passed us wo could see the white
face of a man holding on to a raft
which he had constructed of four life
preservers, and on which he floated a
I iarire chest, which, from the can- he
j had taken to place it in safety nf the
I risk of his own life, we juded to be
1 very valuable. We resolved to save
him if ixissiblo, and, jumpiii'r
skiff, we pulled toward him. At that
time tha- raft was caujrht in one of the
whirlpools Isdow the Klwooal street
dike and was broken to pieces. The
man lost his hold and was swallowed in
the vortex, while the chest, too, went
down. Wa- rowa'il atxiut tha' spot to
pick up tha" life preservers, which hud
been separated, and in pickins.' up the
wcond ona- found a rope attached to it.
My partner wanted to cut it, but I
stopped him anal told him to save the
rope, a. it mirht lie useful. He com
menced pullin-r it in, but before ha- ha
(rotten much of it in the boat hi' ealied
ma- to his assistance, ami we workea'1
j away pulling in the alcaal weight at thi
other end of the rope.
i 'Finally the task was hnisliwd. and.
as a reward, instead of the boaly of tha
man whom we had just sea-n drown lie
fori; our yes. we found the chest
which lie valued mora- than his life. Wc
hauled it ashore with many misiivinirs,
and I did not oa-n it, but put it care
lessly ba-foiv my shanty.
"The next alay I had plenty to do
piekinj.' up wreckage and watehinjr for
the Imalia's of thosa? who had perished on
the boaU. About five o'clock in the
aveninu a irentlcman airovc down to the
shanty, lie seemed jrreutly a-xcited.
He was aivoiupania'd by a constable.
They asked me if 1 had sea-n a chest
floating don n the river. Well, to make
a loiifr story short, the man was the
owner of the chest, which contained his
whole fiirtune more than a million.
The man who was ilrowncil was his
brother, who had locked him in his
ituteroom to perish anal tried to make
jfl with the treasure in tha: way de
avribed. "I told him of his brother's death, and
he remarked: 'l'oor fellow, I forgive
him and shall not tell father of his at
tempted crime.' He was a marmls-r of
ane of the Ix-st families of the city ut
tin- time, ami alter tali ins mar to the
nearest sal" a. where we hail tha1
... , . i , i'i -i. .-'-i-i'ii . mi i w-i mo," un vii'ia n ii oii;"-iiimh
III till- Iiuiim-, ha- Ifuva- maa tiva-tllollHilull to rl tinnl meounl nt l. tlie wttlement of
lolliirs to lia-i-n tha- whole nlTair ainia-t ImW wUlmre iliia-eteil to .i-r t Mhl lim,
. . . I mul iilHce, tJi,-n nuil there ti uliuw enune. If liny
illllll.it l.-t IllMUima- lia; known. H liat there be. hy Mill liiml ee,,t .hoilirl not Iv
1 1 I I .! IVltll till- flVl; thOII.sl.rill llollfirR?
I liva-il liUa- a ii-titleiiian on it for s
"Jliil I i-vit m;- Ilia- o;i-ntla-ui:iii afain?
Vi-s, iiiit- of la-ri. Ila- is ona- of the lajiul
inf if it'll of t. l.onis tivilay."
Tin- m-rvi.-t man in Aiiii-ri-a h.'u
oa-.-n ilis;.,,v,-n... Hi- i a tranii. anal
Allen lat --a-ll W.IH llis:n!;i.;,rin,
ir. .n ml a ei.rii.-i- in 'I op;n:i. l.an., one
lay lat -lv. II.- Iiuil enta-ri-il a ra-Ktual-:ant
iu.il luial orili-ra-il an arlalaorata- mi-al.
Afta-r eating it with Kra-at n-lish lia- toalk
hi a-lireW. uul!i-il to tlieca.sliii.-r f.ili-.sk
anal ?iol!y infurina-il linn that ln hail
na luon.-y. Tin i-ashia-r put his hanil ta
i ihi-lf iiml -r ilu- ii-.,k. proiluca-al a
(ii.st.il ami onl -r.il tlm miiij to pay.
that'.'" tin. tramp n,sla;il. point-
tvl. "That, .sir." answered
. a ri-v-iilva-r." An exprchv
.tia; otlicr. "i .
lion of r.-lii-f i
is ha- ra-pli "d:
'or a r-vi I vcr:
icli j map. ( .'
val!-.'-il out !.
-r ci mid rail-.
t:! - over tin- man's face
'Mi. I '. n't earn n htrawr
I liioa-.'lit it w;jj a ctoin
"! at t Tin, i in." And ho
. f:i : t ini .l,..il caJili-
Befor the war there wan no aneh
Howeras the daisy in Virginia. The
hardy llower was u curiosity. .Now the
Helds just around liiehiuoml nrc whin
with them. This is especially so of the
late liuttletlelds ulmut the I'hieUahomi
nv river and whenver the federals lir.d
encampments. An investitr.ition sliiiwi
that the seeds of the proluic daisy were
nrani,'ht there in the hales of hay
brought by the union soldiers in ir
piuia when they wore ciiiupoil near the
city. An old battery west of Kiohmoml
is the sMt from which tho daisy bepau
' Mr,,, hvlvV
A Little Daughter
Ol' a Church of Kn-laml miui.dct
enroll of n distressing rash, bv
Ayer'a Sarsaparilla. Mr. Kii'IIAKO
111 i:ks, the well-Utiown DniRiiist, -7
MoC.ill st., Montreal, I". Q s;iys: ,
I have mild Avor's I'uinilv Mmlieiiii-n
for 40 years, and have heart' notliiiij; but
pood said of them. I kuon u many
performed by Ayer's Sarsiiparilla. 0110
Iu paitiruhir liain' that of a little
ai.iuhti'i of a Church of England tninii
ter. The child was literally covered
from held to foot with 11 real and c
reoilin"ly tiniililesiiiiie rash, from which
she h id suit i-reil fur two or three yaars,
ir: spile of tha- Iks! 1t1e1l.a-.1l trcatmi'iif
available, ib-r father was ill great
distress about flu- a-ase, and, at my
ri't'iiiiiiiii-iiil.itiiiu, nt last bepau to ad
minister Ayer's Sarsaparilla, two but
ties of hieh etle. t. il a complete cure,
much to her relief and her father's
ilcli-iil. I am sure, were he here ta-alay ,
heniiiilil testily in the strongest terms
as in iiie iiit-rtts of
I'wnaiTtl by Ir..I.C. Ar k ('o.t Iowcll, Mm
Cures others, will cure you
NOTICK FOR I'Ur.LIC.VilU.N.
Laxd Orricc, Tho iMlle. Or.,(
June Ji, Im'H. v
Nntiee i" hereby rirm that the fol.owlntr
naintil w'ttlcT h filed notieeof hi" liiteiitfon t
make fin.ll proof In rttftprrtof hiaclaim ami that
mud proof h ill be made befon; tlto register and
rti-eivcr at The 1j 11 lies, UrV"t ti July
Fertlinand AV eater man.
lie. No. W,:, f.,r the HW HV ht. Tp. n
H. It I ', K.aiMl NWi4'.aJ4,eee. fi, 1 1, 4 b, K
li narne-i the foMowintr witiieiMf to prove hi
rontihtion reifivtiee upon and cultivation of
an id laiHl. vi :
-. M-I..v, li. !. liteher. Henry ZwtJdler.
Tboinax J tin . 1 (fh Vail-.
John W. I.kwih, Itt'RiMter.
Notice of Final Settlement
Nntii-e l- hra tiy jtivn thnt liv iin onl-r of Ui, f
I'oimty I ourt ut thai r-tiit,-of aari-uun fur Whmjii
. ci .ii ut.-. . Tiiuili- un l i-nt r1) Inin Mtii il'iy oi Jiinii,
I l-'M. Ill thi-nmtliT of tin- in'nti- of IMIMiun II
; VMimim, il.i .-ii-il. Mo. l,iy. July 111, 1I. nt the
t hour of In orlirf-k A. M., lixpil nm the tllnf
) a-lil tha- a otihty I nurt Kiniiii of Mllfl a-oun ty un
I the ilrti-e for thi' ha-iatinir aif IIm- tinnl meoiiutof
'XH '"f"r f tlm liit will mul lantHiaient aif
l't""ei Hll.l II1 aUlle e.i
jiinii. ii, in i ii, iai.
Wasco Waienouse Co.,
Receives Goods on Stor
age, and Forwards same to
For Sale on Commission.
W. "W. Oo.
TIIK DAI.I.KS, OK
-1'iinhinir i'nnvi;r nt ft.Hial
l.lU'iill illHry null exi..ii.,.
Weekly; feriiimielit i.ll..n. ilKOWN Itllll.i
li.. .Nuriieryriieii, Horllnii'l, air. alfiwijy
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
; Hy virtue "1 n vxveiUyt hii1 tnlr of Milt in
j fUrtl nut nf tht irvult Court oi tht hint t Or-
tcon fur WniK'o riMtnty, iiMn m dfrrw jiml juUjf
I uient inaiU. irndt-ml mu) cnteml hy wtHl rourt
j mi t)iH:t!t day tit Mav, lvi(, in favor of the
i I'lHintlll. iu a ult wtirrvin K. C. ComvtfH'k wn
plmutut' niHi i cur . M.iK mid Kmlly 1UII
uere il'-feiniHtitj. nm t me direi''ttl hih)
hvemi, conimiiiHliim Die ! levy upon Htid iK'tl
. hII the Iflndn ntfntioiut hih I iifrtbMl tit
writ, unit hereinafter uVtcrtbrd, I ittl on the K'lti
I itrtV of June lv, duly levy upoii.nmt will nell m
j pub) to auction to the hiRhent hiiluer forriwh tu
hmiil on iiie jHth day of July, lv4. at o clock tu
, tho afternoon of mtKi day at the fioiil dtNir of the
County Court House h lnllt 4 Ity, In U mmo
hunty. Onx'HJ. all of the land anil rfinle
l'erileri In ald writ nud herein dtwrtbed aa
oltowh tow It:
Lot 3, I, ami Muthe4t iiiarter (',), of
iorthwet qtiartor of Motion U rfi), mwii
hip one () ftoiith. raiiKC fifteen IIS) et, W. M.
otitaininy In. 7'. acnn of land, iltuateil, IvIuk
nd tteniK In Wawo eounty, (fretrmi, fcwther
lth the teuemeuta, hereillUiitienlH and appur
enaiiee thereunUj betoiuciuir or In anv wie nj.
-rtaiiiiuar. or ho inueh tlienof an nhall heaum
lent to aatlnfy the sum of $iM'..p with Interest
lereon at the rate of s per rent, alne the Ml of
lay, 1-v.m, and ? .m altornera fwn and l-.'
."t in nalti u it ttHflhtT with thecoaUof aaid
rlt and areruliiK eoat- of
Iatrd at I Mite citv, Urevoii. Juueith, lM.
T. A. W AKI.
HhcrfrTof Waworountv, trej(on.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
A FINE IMl'OHTKD
French ftrckenm Stallion,
Wa-iuht In gil tloah tofi niiiil, n ml Hnr val
Letter. Will M-lt fiira-nnh nr tinlen wltli
ppnvaal naurf ly, nr will lrUo
fur home or mlla.
Kerr & Buckley,
Grass Vnllev, Or.
NOTICK FOU lTr.I.lCATlON.
Laxu Ornrr, The laUe. r.,
Cornptatnt huviric been entereil at thi" oftlee
iv JotiMiin it. KlWi;r Miriiiit Ilia- hi-lrp at liaw of
WiUlnrn M. Mimihr, iR-a-naa-al, for nhiniloutiig
hln liomait.ail Klitrv. No. 4 ,7 1 . ilnta-il ai't,,liarr
tiwt, lit" n tin- V, HK'i. and N'i K',,m'
:ll, 1 p 1 N. It 10 K. In rtaw-o a-ounty. Orrann.wiiB j
a view lo Ilia ('Miia-llnliim nf miiil entry; tnt I
lanlil imrtiw nr,- b-fahy miiniiinnal to apiieur at 1
Tlie liHlla-aa. aarceim. on the llth aluv ol .tiily, i
IMil. at V 1,'rliK'k A. M., to ra-Himl anal ftimtfih
te.tiniony a-iina-prillliK Mill MM--'! rIiiiihIoii
ma;ilt. JllllN VV. l.l'.WIf,
June 9 liauliiti-r.
tub GoiumMa PSGKIDO GO.
Pork and Beef
Fine Lard and Sausages.
Curers of Jf BRAND
Dried Beef, Etc.
W. H. YOUNG,
Gunfrrml Blaokfmiithing ami Work dona
promptly, and all work
Horse Shoeing a Speciality
Ttiri Street Dim.Liclic's olds tani
Government, State, or Dalles Military Road Lands,
homas A. Hudson,
HtirceMor Ut Thorn bury i IIudou,
83 Washington St,
If you want Information eminent In Govern
ntent land, or th law retattriK then to. you eau
ronault hlrn Iree of charye. lit nan made a
cialty of thla hiMlnea, and tiax prai'tirrd bfoic ,
the 1' nf ted NUttea IjiimI OIHre for nwr un yeara.
He la Airnt for the Kan tern Orefrmi IjiimI
Company, and eau aell mi dnuhiR, itr 1 i it
Iniprovtit Airrlrultural IaiuU In any unantlty
dilrtl, and will aend a Hamphtrt deriihtuit
thow Unda to anyoue applying-to him tut It.
haittlairB Laatd on
If yon want la llorrow Miimji, am Lane
WrllM rira, Lira, and
If yon eannat call, wrlta. and yaar
. familiar Faces
C. K. BAYAKIJ,
.nf Nprritil Agent timtrnl Land Office.
Bavard tSa Barnett,
Jr7e leal Estate, IoaQ, Iuraiee,
NOTA XL IT X UBLIO.
Purtii. ImviiiK JVoiH-rty tln-y wish
Almtnurt of litli- furni;.lii l, will Imd
Hi Ilk 1 1
limka- ii HH-ciult.y of tlin
lx-forn tlla Unita-fi
85 Washington St.
' ISiH-i-a-tworH to I,.
A General Line ol
Horse Furnishing Goods.
K,EFA.IKI2Sra- PBOMPTLV .d 1ST 323 .A.TIjY X303STB.
wnolesale anfl Retail Dealers in Harness, Bridles, WHics, Horse Blaniets, Etc.
THE DALLES LUMBERING CO..
I NCOHPOKATKU 1MH
No. (57 Washington Stkket. . . Thk Dali.ks.
WliijlaionlH anil KcUil Pi-hIdi-h and Manufii!tnrira of
Building Materia! ud fiimeasion Timber, Doors, Windows, Moldings, Doiut Fnrnishings, EU
Spoclal Attention given to the Manufacture of Fruit and Fish
Boxes and Packing Cases,
rnotory tud Ijumljor Yrci Mt Old 3Pt. I3allo-
DRY Pine, Fir, Oak and
THE DALLES, OR.
He In A urn I fur alr nf Intn In TliimrianK' Aim
THIN laiThi- llialln. Till. Ailillllnn In lulil off In
nera- Iiita, mill alavtlllaaU In Imi flic tirllla-'IIMLrv-iil.
- a paart of tha CUV. Illity 'at mflllll-ai wmt
I'nurtiniuic; IU oiliiutoa friini U U lMft
ar Hharl tltna, b can Mtommaulatti jraa
lattar will ba promptly anawarad.
in a New Place.
J. K. HAKNKTT
Ut M or Tnida-, JIoiiw-h to Kent, or
it to tln-ir n(lvuntu;i to c-nll on un.
THE DALLES, OR.
I). Frank, liM-iraii;(l. )
Plain or Stanmcd.
THE DAIXE8. OR
Slab WOOD Delivered to
of the city.