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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 30 1899.
FKOFLB IOC ALL KSOW.
W. II. Patiaen, ol Dufor, fa in the city.
S. J. Thorn a came in from Fossil je
terday. E. C. Filipatric't i in the city from
Mit Mable Harptr ia in the city from
f-cattl visiting the family ol ber ancle,
H. W. Wellt.
ChM. Hicinbothara and Mii A. J.
Hicinbothara are regiitered at the Uma
tilla from liee.
Sheriff Kelly went ont to Boyd today
to sell tome tnoMKageti pertonal prop
ertr in that vicinity.
Mr. and Mrt. EJwia Mayi arrived in
the city on the boat !u night Iron)
tbeir home in Portland.
Mr. Rostell Sewall and litt'e eon came
upon last evening's train and will visit
relative here for a few weeta.
Mr. and Mr. Polk May arrived yes
terday from teir home in Wallowa
county, and will be present at the golden
wedding anniversary tomorrow.
W. H. See, of the Warm Spring
agency, came up from Portland latt
night, leaving for the agency tliia morn
ing. Kev. J. A. Spear an I wife, accom
panied by Mis E. H. Black, returned
from Portland last evening and left thia
morning for Warm Springs. .
E. J. French Citne np from Lyle yes
terday. J. A. Little and Jame V arrack came
i i yesterday from Antelope.
Mrs. J. N. Teal, of Portland, is visit
ing in the city, the guest of Mrs. E. M
- R. J. Staats, A. Bohna, J. E. Cantrell
and r. Siaisher are registered at the
Umatilla from Dolor.
lion. E. S. Joelyn, an old-time resi
dent of The Dalles', passed through the
city last night on his way to Portland.
Hon. and Mrs. F. P. May came up
on the boat last night from Portland
and will join in the golden wedding an
niversary of Mr. aud Mrs. Kobt. Mays
Mrs. H. A. Hogne, Mrs. Wheeler,
Mrs. Griswold and Mrs. Kotft Burrell,
who have been visiting friends in the
ritv. left on the boat this morning for
John A. Wilson came np from Hood
Iiiver on the boat yesterday and re
turned on this afternoon's train. He
made a very pleasant call at the Chkon
Ira Kelson and family arrived in this
city and will remain several days on a
visit. Mr. Nelson has sold out bis
barber bui)ines at The Dalles, and will
woik in Portland for a time. McMinn
Mrs. E. M. Williams and Miss Georgia
Sampson arrived borne on yesterday's
afternoon train. Mrs. Williams has
pent the time since het husband's return
in visiting relativs in the East; while
Miss Georgia has been absent from The
Dalles a year, during which time she has
visited relatives and friends in many
cities in the East. In spite of her ex
tended trip and the enjoyable times she
has had, Mits Georgia says "there's no
place like borne," ami everything and
everboly looks "good" to her.
II. A. Fose, of Goidondale, is in the
C. H. Belcher, of Sherman county, is
registered at the Umatilla.
P. Sarad, of the Great Northern Fur
niture Co., left this morning for Pott
land. J. N. Burgess came up from Portland
yesterday on his wav to his home in
W. H. Hods mi and G. W. Billington
came over yesterday from their homes
Mrs. E. II. Moore and Mrs. Geo. Bolton
came down from Moro on yesterday's
A. R. Wilcox and John Kailen, promi
nent men of Grass Valley, are bueinen
visitors in the city.
Dr. James Sntherland came down
from Spokane this morning and will r
It is absolutely useless to expect a
surgical operation to cure cancer, or
any other blood disease. The cruelty
of such treatment is illustrated in the
alarming number of deaths which, re
sult from it. The disease is in the
blood, and hence can not be cut out.
Nine times out of ten the Burgeon's
knife only hastens death.
My son had a most malignant Cancer, for
which the doctors acid an operation was the
cnly nope. Theoper
atlon was a severe
one, as it was neces
sary to cut down to
the Jawbone and
scrape it. Before a
great while the Can
cer returned, and be-
6 mi to grow rapidly.
I gave him many
remedies without re
lief, and finally,
noon the advice of a
friend, decided to
iry . B. . (Swiff
rtpeelnc). and wi
the second bottle i
tietran to improve. After twenty bottles had
tieen taken, the Oanoer disappeared entirely,
nd he wa cured. The cure wa a permanent
one. for he la now seventeen years old. and has
nerer bad a sign of the dreadful diwue to re
tarn. 1. N. Mubdoch,
379 Snodgraa Bt Dallas, Texas.
Absolutely the only hope for Cancel
Is Swift's Specific,
C C Cfr
a ft is the only remedy which goes
to the rery bottom of the blood and
forces out every trace of the disease,
fi. S. 8. is guaranteed pmely vegetable,
and contains no potash, mercury, or
Books on Cancer will be mailed free
to any address by the Swift Specific
Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Acts gently on the
Cleanses the ystem
OVERCOMES I rrtJ C -i
BY? THE ftENVINt - MANT 0 By
(AUfcluSIA fFG YRVP(S
roa au sr au muMm enu tot eu norm.
main over until Monday evening, when
he will return, accompained by Mrs.
Dr. Geisendorflujr made the trip to
Wbite Salmon today, having been called
on professional business.
Mrs. Ed Sharp left on the boat this
morning for Portland, where she will
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Miss Anna Lang returned last night
from a few weeks' visit to friends in
Seattle, and has again teeumed her
duties at the land office.
Geo. A. Young accompanied by his
son, Fred, and daughter, Mis Georgia,
is in from bis home at KiJgeway. Mr.
Young is much interested concerning
the forest leserve question and is in
hopes there will be a large attendance
at the forthcoming meeting that
measures may be taken to avert the dis
aster which ia threatening the sheep in
I ri this city, this morning, Sept. ?3th,
to .Mr. and Mrs. t red liayley, a daughter.
O.i 10-Mile, Weilneedar, Sept. 27lh,
to Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Vibheii, a
1)1 J Tlina Deflnltluns.
Domestic pets Matrimonial sulks.
Short crops Convicts hair.
Roll call The baker's visit.
Sheet music Children crying in bed.
Foul water A duckpond.
Common pleas Please shut the door.
Grave men Undertakers,
The "panel game" Getting a j'irv.
A-veil-able space A woman's lace.
Operators on change Pickpockets.
Modern poetry Rhymed Lonsense.
Relative beauty A pretty cousin.
R jo ted sorrow An aching tooth.
The Nick of time Satan.
Woman' movement Using the fan.
A dead latch That on a cemetery gate.
Country humbugs Bees.
A noost-paper A marriage sertificate.
Following is the list of letters remain
ing in the postoffice at The Dalles un
called for September 29, 1899. Persons
calling for the same will give date on
which they were advertised:
Carry, Mrs Mamie Cood, Cole
Far jier, E L
Jones, James F
Cirav, Mrs Maiie
Hart, R C
Sprscklan, G A
Wbittick, R. O.
Riddill, P. M.
Farni fur Hale.
Price 1800. flOCOdown; balance on
Two hundred and eighty acres in
closed, one hundred and twenty acres
deeded land, good title; between fifty
and sixty sere in grain and meadow;
good bouse of seven rooms, good barn
and out buildings. - School house on the
place; well of water on the porch ; creek
runs throngh the plare ; 400 bearing fruit
trees, good gardens ; forty stands of bees ;
good assortment of- small fruit. This
farm is well improved, four miles from
Dufur, four miles from Endersby.
Reasonable terms. Apply to Bin
Soi-thwill, on the place, on 8-Mile
For the Oregon Industrial Exposition
to be held at Portland, Oregon Sept. 26
co Oct. 26, the Oregon Railroad & Navi
gation Co, will make a round trip rate of
(3.25, which will also include two ad
mission coupons to the exposition.
Ticket will be good going on train No, 1
on Wednesday, Sept. 27th, and every
Wednesday thereafter, and for train No.
3, on Thursday. Sept. 28th, and every
Thursday thereafter to and including
Thursday, Oct. 2(ith. Ticket will be
limited for return passage to expire the
Sunday night following the Wednesday
or Thursday on which ticket is sold.
MARRIED FIFTY YEARS.
Mr. aaa) Mr. Robt. Mays Celebrate Their
An event of far more than paicg
interest took place in this city yesterday,
the occasion being the celebration of the
golden wedding of Judge and Mrs.
Robert Mar. Fifty years i a long
period of time, measured by any stand
ard; but fifty years of married life i a
realisation which comes but teldom in
this world of change. The year which
represent the night of time ince Robert
May, a youth ol nineteen years, led to
the altar Miss Lodemma Fowler, a
young girl of sixteen summers, who
ia niw hi venerable heltimate. are
full of historic interest. It takes hot a
brief imagination to picture the wonder- j orter-
ful changes in the commercial and j diko.
industrial life of this nation whLh hive ;
occurred during such a period. p I",'1'1 d , f Vlrv
. .i . . Pauune, infant daughter of C. t. and
While to the immediate parties thiUfL; Mil,ePj 8?e i yr 8 mos. and 22
occasion was one of romantic interest, 1 days.
softened by the touch of retrospection! For two weeks past the little ODehas
and hallowed by memories of hardships j suffered intensely, first taking down
undergone and successes achieved in the , wjth cbclera infantum, the disease
race of life, yet not to them alone but to ' afterward affecting the brain. The best
all who are interested in bringing from ! 0f medical assistance was summoned
out the past scenes of another time. ! anj the parents were untiring in their
when the West was but a frontier settle- j attention, hoping against hope that they
meet and life was of a harder and j niight save her, but for several day
sterner kind, was this occasion full of . they have, seen that their efforts were
interest. fruitless, and this morning the end
Surroundtd by their children and came and she was taken. It is a hard
grandchildren, coming trom different
and distant portions of the state, this
honored couple tat down yesterday to
their anniversary dinner. It was just
such a bright September day fifty years
ago that t!;e occasiou of which yesterday
was the celebration took place. But the
surroundings and the scene were tar
Mr. and Mrs. Maya were married in
McCorab, Illinois, Sept. 28,1849. Soon
after their marriage the mirage of the
West appeared before their eyes and
they determined to jiurney westward
and seek their home in Oregon. In 1852
they crossed the plains to Oregon and
in October of that year arrived at what
is now Portland, then a place of but few
houses surrounded by dense forests.
They settled first in Lane county, where
they remained until 185S. In the latter
year Mr. and Mrs. Mays came to Eastern
Oregon and made their home near
Dufur, on a place still owned by the
Mr. Mays at once engaged In the
stock business wherein he laid the
foundations for the substantial fortune
he now enjoys. He soon took an active
position in the political life of Eastern
Oregon, and represented this county in
the legislatures of 1SG0 and 1S74. Since
that time he has served two terms as
mayor of Dalles City and now occupies
the office of county judge of Wasco
county, having been so elected at the
ftneral election of 1896. Not only in
matters of public concern has be taken
a prominent part, but he has also been
largely idmtitied with the business
interests of this county and city. At
all times has he shown an abiding faith
in the prosperity, present and future, of
this community, and has invested his
money freely in improvements of a sub
stantial nature, which are credit nut
only to himself, but to the section where
in he has made his home for so many
It has always been a matter of deep
egret tnat Mrs. Mays has not enjoyed
the good health her friends would wish
her, but she has borne her invalidism
with surprising patience, and the latter
years have brought to ber much im
provement and hold the promise of
many years of usefulness yet to come.
At the family residence yesterday
afternoon were gathered the immediate
relatives, children and grandchildren of
the honored couple. The decorations
were elaborate and beautiful. The
double parlors were draped with fish
net, in which large sprays of Virginia
creeper were twined, fairly covering the
walls and hanging in a curtain of green
tendrils in the wide arch. At all avail
able places on the walls and in doorways
were bung Indian baskets full of sword
ferns and glowing masses of yellow
and orange French marigolds. The
same golden flowers covered mantels.
piano and all other convenient pla:es,
making a golden contrast to the green
drapery. On the dinner table a large
brass bowl of white sweet peas formed
the center piece. Near it was set the
bride' cake and the golden wedding
cake wreathed in gold leave and gilded
After some time pleasantly spent at
the tables, where the talk of the older
people was interspersed with the giad
music of children's voices, the company
adjourned to the lawn nnler the (pa
clou trees, where the afternoon was
passed to the delight of all. Towards
evening- many friends of Judge and Mrs.
Mays called to add their respects to the
occasion. Shortly after 9 o'clock a de
lightful serenade was tendered by the
Commercial Club band, which proved a
fitting ending to a most enjoyable day.
It wa especially gratifying that all
the children and so many of the grand
children could be present. Mr. and
Mrs. May are the parent of nine
children, all of whom are living lave
one, Ioia, who died twenty-one year
ago. The eldest, Benton, live in Wal
lowa county; Polk make hi home
partly in The Dalle and partly in Wal
Iowa county : both are engaged in the
stock business. Pierce is a prominent
attorney of Portland, and Edwin S. is
lut r. 8. Atturnev lorUregon. uram
is one of the firm of Mays A Crowe, and
Robert Jr. i largely identified with
stock interests and lives at Antelope.
Elnora is the wife of Mr. A. R. Thomp
son and Eunice the wife cf Mr. L. E.
Those of the family present beside
Jodie and Mrs. Mays, were Mr. aud
Mrs. Benton May and children, Uti
and Gertrude; Mr. and Mrs. Polk Mays
and children, Harry and Dallas; Mr.
and Mrs. F. P. Mays and children, Wil
son and Genevieve; Mrs. A. R. Thomp
son, husbsnJ aud children, Alfred, EJna
and J-oi; Mr. L. E. Crowe and hus
band ; Mr. Grant Mays, Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Mays and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
! M.T- Jr
a' so a nephew, Mr. Lewis
, blow to Mr. and Mrs. Miller, who seem
j to be wrapped op in their children,
'Although having lived in The Dalles
but a short time, they have many
friends who sympathize sincerely with
The funeral will take place tomorrow
(Saturday) afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at the family residence on Third street,
between Union and Libertv.
There is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all othe diseases put
together, and until the last few years
was suppoeed to be incurable. For a
great many years doctors pronounced it
a local disease, and prescribed local
remedies, and bv constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced
it incurable. Science has proven catarrh
tobe a constitutional disease, and there
fore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrah Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the
only constitutional cure on the market.
It is taken internally in doses from ten
drops to a teasooonful. It acts directly
on the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred dollars
for any case it fails to core. Send for
circulars and testmonials. Address,
F. J. CitENE y & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c. 7
Casb In Hour Cbecka.
All coontv warrants registered prior
to Jan. 1, 18S6, will be paid at my
office. Interest ceases after Sent. 14th.
C. L. Phillips,
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is scientific
compound having the endorsement of
eminent physicians and the medical
press. It "digests what you eat" and
positively cures dyspepsia. M. A. Ketron,
Bloomingdale, Tenn., say it cured him
of indigeston of ten yearB' standing.
Butler Drug Co.
To Care m Gold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggist refund the money if
it fails to cure. 25c.
There's always hope while there's One
Minute Corgn Cure. "An attack of
pneumonia left my lungs in bad shape
and I was near the first stages of con
sumption. One Minute Cough Cure com
pletely cured roe," writes Helen Mc
Henry, Bismark, N. L. Gives instant
relief. Butler Drug Co.
Any one wanting first-class butter the
yearround inquireat thisoffice. 29-3llw
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures dyspepsia
because its ingredients are such that it
can't help doing so. "The public can
rely upon it as a rnaBter remedy for all
Disorders arising from imperfect diges
tion." James M. Thomas, M. D., in
American Journal of Health, N. Y.
THURSDAY, OCT. 5th.
An Illustrated Talk on the work of the Hecoi d
Oregon, U. 8. V., by
CAPTAIN HARRY L. WELLS,
Who served with the regiment In the fleM dur
ing the entire campaign, and also acted as spec
ial co-respondent for the New York Kvenlng
Post, Ht. Louis (lohe-lK.m
150 Splendid Views,
ADMISSION, . .
No Reserved Real.
STATE TO JOIN
Is Hi Facs 13 Face Willi Vti
ENGLAND IS A
The Transvaal is an Alfy Excitement
at Pretoria It is Believed There
is No Escape From War.
Losddx, Sept. 28. The decision of the
volksraad of the Orange Free State to
join with the Transvaal in the event of
hostilities, although fully expected, is
the leading news today and will nat urally
stiffen the Boers' independent attitude
The raad's resolution has made the
brotherhood of arms lietween the Trans
vaal and the Orange Free State, of which
hitherto there was only a strong pro
bability, an absolute certainty, and the
British will have to face the situation
The yolkeraad resolution was as follows
' Having regard for the strained state
of affairs throughout the whole of South
Africa, which has arisen in consequence
of the differences between the imperial
government of Great Britain and the
government of the Transvaal, which
threaten to lead to hostilities, the cal
amitous consequence of which to the
inhabitants will he inmeasurable.
"Being connected with the Transvaal
by the closest ties of blood and confed
eracy and standing in mere friendly re
lationship with the imperial government,
and fearing that should war break out
hatred between European races will be
born which will arrest and retard the
peaceful development of all the state
and colonies of Africa, and develop dis
trust of future;
"Feeling that a solemn duty rests
upon it, of doing everything possible to
avoid sh?dding of blood ;
"Considering that the Transvaal gov
ernment, during its negotiations with
thj imperial government, which have
extended over several months, has made
every endeavor to arrive at a peaceful
solution of the differences raised by the
aliens of the Transvaal and taken up by
the imperial government as its own
cause, which endeavors have unfortu
nately had only this result, that British
troops were concentrated on the border
of the Transvaal and are still being
strengthened; therefore be it
Resolved, That wo instruct the gov
ernment still to use every means to
maintain and insure peso , in a peace
ful manner to contribute towards the
solution of the existing difficulties, pro
vided it be deemed not violating the
honor and principles of the Fred State
and the Transvaal and the wishes of the
ministry to make known Its opinion that
there exists no cause for war, ar.d that
war against the Transvaal as now under
taken or occasioned by the imperial gov
ernment, will morally be war against the
whole white population of Africa, and
in its consequences ciiminal, (or come
what may, the Free State will honestly
and faithfully fulfill its obligations tow
ards the Transvaal by virtue of the
political alliance between the two re
publics." Intense excitement continues to pre
vail at Pretoria, where apparently it is
believed that there is no escape from
For wood, chips, knots,
shavings, corn cobs,
hay or peat.
Conatructlon-Thl l an air
tight hotter of the oval sheet steel
type; It has CAMT IKON I.INIM.H,
making it durable; also baa front
foed door, cast top and bottom and
ornamental swing top, with griddle
NIckallntT-fthaa nickeled nrn.
name plate and foot rails. We have a
complete stork of them on hand,
call and see our stock before buying
PORTLAND, SEPT. 28
OCTOBER 28, I899.
HorMtiral nl Aincultuni
Products of Oregon, Washing. w
Idaho in Greater variety and
fusion than ever before.
MISS ALICE RAYMOND
America's Greatest Udj Coract SrbUt
of Acrobat, direct from the Kmnir. tv.
Loudon, their first apinw la TJH
FILIPINO WAR MUSEUM
THREE GREAT SISTERS MACARTE
Unsurpassed AeiialLts, in their thrillim it
AND OTHER GREAT ATTRACTIONS
A Season of Great Surprises anj
Red oced Ratal
Children under 12 yean, 10 ctnti.
DONT MISS IT!
t S. Lasd Officx, The Dnllen, Ore.)
July 25, lsn. i
Notice la hereby given that the order ol D
cembers, 1NM, temiajriirily withdrawing Itoa
disjMwnl, forthepnriMweiiof a biwt milwir, it
lands on the aoulh Hide and within ix tnileio
the Columbia river, between The Iiallea ni
Celllo, has been revoke.! by the rreil-nl, a
ceptas to the following described rutrceltioneii
the N W' of Sec. 31, 1' 2 N. K U E, cwnttinitl
about four and one IhU Kcreo, and the olherla
the N V , Sec Jl, T I X , K 15 E, coutainiui itoul
half an acre.
On and after September 1, ln3, we will receiit
applications lor any vncant lands Included
therein. J. i U'I'Ai,
OTIS PATTERSON, Keiistef.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
V. S. Land Office, Tiir DAf.i.E. Oi ,
NoMee la hereby given that in rompllue
w ith the provininns of the act of conirnt 0
June 8. 1K7K, entitled "An act for the nle
timber lamia in ihe states ol California. Ortpm,
Nevada ami Washington territory," Chvla
Gosaon, of The iJalleo, county of IVamo, ittte of
Oregon, has this day filed In this uBoe bu
worn statement No. HI, for the purehinol Ibt
lot A and S W' of Sec. No. 211, In Towonhii
No. 1 N, range No. 12 K, and will Oder proof l
show that the land sought Is more rnluiblefor
its timber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and toestabllah Disclaim to Mid Und be
fore the register aud receiver of this office !
The Dalles, Oregon, on Fridujr, the l.Hh aJ of
September, ixyy. . , .
He names as witnesses, A. Turner, W. CUn.
Peter 'aga:i. O. Whilmore, all of The Dalles, Or.
invAiiH ill tiprviiii riuimlnff adversely w
above dearritied lands are reiiuestcl to SI tber
claims in this office on or before said l jth ir
.September. 1'J9. J. f. u tAs,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Officc at Tin Dallks, (ibkios,)
September 1!), lS'JS. t
Notice Is hereby given that the fnllowl
named settler has flle-1 notice of his In enu'nw
make final proof in support of his el'lm.""
that sild proof will be made before tbercP'W
and receiver at The Kallea, Oregon, oa rriMj,
November t, lnVJ, via. :
Herbert II. Meeker, of The Dalles. '
Homeitead Kntry No. S'.'l, for theE4i.
and NE'i, section 27, township 1 bi.
range tit east.W. M. . , ,mrt
lie names Ihe following whih - r -his
continuous residence upon, slid culllvsuw
of snid land, vis.: . wiiiiim
8inuel Crelahton, John k. t o'. "
Rawson and Charles Rawson: all ol ins iw
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAND Orrita at Thi Pali .is, p2
Ht'pt, lit l"' '
Notice is hereby given that the folM
named settler haa riled notice of '"'.",",)
:o make dual proof in support oi m
..in k. muiin h..(ore the reis
and receiver at The Ualles, Ore u, on Sstun
Octobtr 11, law, vl:
Alexander Vance, nf The Pallas, or-
H. E. No. Met, for the 8', UK' i and jj i
fee. 6, and Nii!4 Deo MP- ' "'"'-
Ve names the following wltn. ae; t" 'JJ
his continuous residence upon and cum""
of said land, via: .n im) .
J H. Hall James Hall. William
F. Wick ham; all of 'ihe Dalle-, ." ,,w.
sepm il JAY P. II I . Ktr
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT-
Notice Is hereby given that the tM'u
administratrix of the estatcol it "jmd m
IV. :. "":
hart, deceased, haa niea ner "j m.
ni" "V, on.
such In the county emrr, oi .r,(n
for Wasco county, and ihe courr n- -i m,
Monday, thet.th day of Nov., I" '-'. Is
of 10 o'clock a. m., at the county e rt r v
Dalles City. Oregon, as the turn' "'''! .Vr
the hearing and settlement thereol. a
Interested In said estate are hereby ren M(f
apia-ar at aald time and place and T''Tj, se-r-bjertlons,
if any they have, t" s""1 "
I count or any of Ibe Items thereof
I IDe iicms iiinvi,
lriilltw l ilv. or.. rcw.
,' acp.T0 II
NOTICE OF FINAL BETTLESlEjJ
said court made on Ibe 1-lth ?"'',,, 1WW
im Monday, the nth day of N'' " WW
the hour of i o'clock p. m. ha. been ns , ,
lime and the county court room w M
as the place for the hearing r. I ob) !''Ni
Una! account J- ",F,1'm'i; tirsnt. W
Administrator of Kstate of Jnir lfr. .
NOTICE OF FINAL SKTTLEM
Notice Is hereby given that f
administrator ol the estate ol ,i . (ur
ln l,lm'tliins lo the same.
ratd Hepteinber ii,nH'
Notice la hereby given that the ",0rt
haa filed with t lecl.-rk of hewii"'
the stale of Oregon, for " ac.
final account aa administrator of me
l,.h iir. A.m. and that by m,
ceased, naa men ni .' tha
mi-iit of aald estate and aioiionjt , -
of November, lwi, at " " '"'Ji'J' K wrt "?
of said dav has been set h """;",
county lodge of Wasco county, Oteg
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