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i DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, SATURDAY. JANUARY 13, 1900.
TKOrLB TOO All" KNOW.
J. W. Moot nd Kalph Butler wtre
Infrjui Nmiseue yesterday.
A. A. Robert came down from his
home at Heppner yesterday.
J. R. Heniel arrived on tbe boat from
Lyle Ust night, returning today.
A. J. Shram, mayor oi uraue, vr.. is
doing business lu the city today.
tr ami Mrs. KJwin Mavs came np
from Portland yesterday and are visit
Mr ami Mrs. J. H. Smith came in
from their homo at Grass Valley yester-
fr. a Mi !. Ii. of Heppner is in
tbe city, having arrived on yesterday's
Mrs. Berl Rogers and Mrs. May
Pfaifle ctuie down from Antelope yester
day and are visiting friends nere.
Mre A. A. Javne and two sons left on
the boat this morning to spend a short
time vititing relatives in fortlanu.
Wilbur Brock, who is connected with
..the basiuess department ot trie uregon
ian, is in the city on business today.
Mrs. Smith French was passenger
on yesterday's afternoon train for Port
land to srend a short time with her
daughter, Dr. Gertrude, in Portland.
Hamilton Campbell left this morning
in anenrl a short time with bis parents in
Portland. "Ham" is not in the best of
health and believes a change will bene
Mrs. M. Eastwood and son, Bert
Pruyne, left on the boat this morning
for Portland. They are Donna lor a
month's visit in California, where Mrs.
Eastwood hopes to benefit her health.
E. S. Pratt came in from Wamic yes
terday. Amos Billings came op from Hood
River last night.
8. L. Courtney, of Hartland, is over
from thai placa today.
R. E. Misener is a business visitor in
the city from Mitchell.
Mrs. James Fait was a passenger on
tbe boat yesterday for Portland.
Frank Hnrlbnrt, ctshier of Arlington's
bank, is doing business in the city today.
Miss Bessie Lang went to Portland
yesterday to spend a short time with
Mrs. L. Cat. field came in from Dnfnr
yesterday, on her way to Wasco, for
which place she left last night.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mays, who spent
yesterday and today in the city, re
tnrned to Portland on the afternoon
C. M. O'Connor, formerly employed
t the Umatilla House, hut who is now
connected with the Antelope hotel,
came in from that place yesterday.
B. J. Ginn, of Moro, is in the city.
J. T. Reynolds returned to Sprague
F.N. Spicer came down from Antelope
C. C. Dickens and J. S. Gray came in
iroin ictor yesterday.
A. L. and L. M. Bunnell are visitors
in the city from Centerville on business.
S. J. La France and H. C. Coe. Hood
River residents, came up from that place
P. C. HetzVr, superintendent of the
American Bible Society, was in town
T. A.Hudson returned this morning
from a trip to Waitsbarg, where he went
to adjust some hre losses.
' Pr. Damn, who has been practicing
in utitur, came in Irora that place yester-
cay on tns way to 1'ortland.
Miss Edna Glenn went down on the
I. emulator this morning to spend a short
lime witb mends in Portland.
Miss Clara Niekeleen was a passenger
on ir.is morning s txiat bound for Port
land, where she will ei:tor the business
In this city, this morning, Jan. 11th,
to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Thomsen, a eon.
At Burns, Or., Dee. '.'3d, 1899, to Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Barchtorf, a son.
In this city, this morning, Jan. 12lh,
to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Baker, a ton.
The sufTtrer from Asthma is constantly
wheezing, gasping, hacking and clearing
the throat. When ft storm approaches,
wrhen there is a cloud of dust, when
a room is being swept,
or when there is a bad
odor, breathing be
comes most difficult.
Often it seems as
though someone was
with a terri-
J choking sen
sation is al-
time lasts only a few minutes and again
lumps on for many days. There is only one
safe thing to do, and that is take Acker s
English Remedy for Tlirout and LungTrou
Mea. J ust what this medicine accomplishes
is hiiiiwii ny me loiiowmg letter from Mr. N.
II. Andrews, a prominent resident of Spring
field, Ohio, who writes:
" IT. II. Hooker & Co., Xett York :
"Gentlemen. It affords me a great pleasure
to assure you that I have received both im
mediate and permanent relief from throat,
bronchial and asthmatic troubles by using
Acker's English Remedy, taken strictly ac
cording to directions. It U a blessing to
Sold 1 ., toe. and f a Vwtls. throushnnt the rnlt.il
"'" " Canada) ami in Kniilaml, at is. 2.I.. tt. m.,
Ja.aii. It ymraniiniufltafiT buying, n-tiirnlbs
kettle Is four annum and get your money Ures,
W avthnrizt tte nhort gunrnnlre.
. W. U. UVOHLR Si CO., l'roprKtrt, Xru Voik.
FOR SALE BY
Blakeley & Houghton. ,
PREPARATORY TO ELECTION.
Judges aad CUrki ot Election
rroin Various 1'rcclavta.
The County Court has appointed the
following judges and clerks to serve in
the different precincts during election:
Judges E P Ash, chairman ; A S Hall,
Clerks A Travers, D L Cates.
Judges D P Harvey, chairman; Ed
Miller, S W Curran.
Clerks R J Tucker, II C Jackson.
WEST HOOD BIVER PKECIXCT.
Judges A S Blowers, chairman; J E
Rand, L Henry.
Clerks M P Iseuberg, II L Howe.
SOUTH HOOD RIVER PRECINCT.
Judges D S Crapper, chairman;
Thos Bishop, II PrigiS.
Clerks C E Markhaui, J S Miller.
EAST HOOD KIVEB PRfiCIXCT.
Judges John Monroe, chairman; J
H Duke?, F M Jackson.
Clerks D McDonald, Milton O'Dell.
Judges George Winner, chairman;
H II Tomlinson, Robert Leisure.
Clerks William Edict, S M Baldwin.
Judges J P Carroll, chairman ;Robert
Dunsmore, Lee Evans.
Clerks John T Davenport, W A Hus
WEST DALLES PRECINCT.
Judges George Snipes, chairman;
Alex Anderson, M Doyle.
Clerks C L Schmidt, Vic Marden
Judges C E Bayard, chairman; Geo
Miller, J F Moore.
Clerks N J Sinnott, John Gavin.
BIG K LOW PRECINCT.
Judges Charley Dietzel, chairman;
J M Huntington, Ones Bonn.
Clerks I C Nickelsen, Douglas Dufur
EAST DALLES PRECINCT.
Judges B F Laugblin, chairman;
Dave Creighton, Seth Morgan.
Clerks C C Cooper, L L McCartney.
EIGHT MILK PRECINCT.
Judgee W J Davidson, chairman;
O B Conley, J C Wingfield.
Clerks G Covert, Newt Patterson.
Judges D L Bolton, chairman ; Har
ry Gilpin. Martin Waterman.
Cierki Harry Richards, C J Brown.
DES CHCTES PRECINCT.
Judges J B Bolton, chairman; W II
O'Dell, Vincent Kelley.
Clerks J W Whipple, Clem Egbert.
Judges L P Bolton, chairman; Geo.
W Rice, William Hastings.
Clerks II Southern, J B Haverly.
Judges W R Menefee, chairman
JA Gulliford, J D Douglas.
Clerks L B Thomas, M J Anderson
Judges William jVanderpool, chair
man ; M P O'Brian, John Nolan.
Clerks William Ragsdale, Frank Hill
Judges F C Clausen, chairman; II
Fargher, Polk Butler. '
Clerks Will Adams, Ed Griffin.
Judges John D Whitten, chairman
Charles Fraly, Michael Glavey.
Clerks James Kolley, James Ward.
Judges A A Bonney, chairman ; Van
Woodruff, J H Schantine.
C.'eike John McCorkle.M J Zumwalt
Judges John End, chairman ; Henry
Driver, Charles Wing.
Clerks E N Chandler, H F Wood
OAK GROVE PRECINCT.
Judges J P Abbott, chairman ; II T
Corum, Lon Kelly.
Cierkt L C Hennigan, J R Cunning
BAKE OVEN PRECINCT.
Judges J M Davis, chairman; G A
loung, F S Fleming.
Clerks F N Jones, James Hinton
Judges F II McGteer, chairman;
rrauk Kincde, N W Wallace.
Clerks Joe Kels iy, J N Burgess.
They Kane Off.
Some queer conversations take place
over the telephone, and complications
arise which are extremly amusing. For
instance thelfollowing misunderstand
ing took place over a city vote not long
"Are you there?"
"Who are you, please?"
What's yonr name please?"
"Watt't my name."
"Yes, what't your name?"
"1 say my name is Watt. You're
"No, I'm Knott."
"Will you tell me your name?"
"Why won't you?"
I say my name it William Knott."
"Oh, I brg your pardon."
"Then you'll be in this afternoon, if I
come around, Watt?"
Do you wonder t.'.ey rung eft in dit
pair and disgust?
Tribute to a Remarkable Man.
The following trihnte to the late editor
of the Tenth's Companion, clipped
from its columns, may be of interest to
tbe few who have not access to that
"Daniel Sharp Ford.
"The readers of The Companion hare
lost an old and true friend in the death
of the great and good man whose name
heads this article. Although most of
them never before saw the name f jr it
is now printed in The Companion for
the first time he has been for forty-two
years its editor-in-chief and publisher.
"Mr. Ford died at hit home in Boston
on the morning of December 24, 1S9SJ, in
the seventy-eighth year of his age. We
must postpone to another occasion
full account of one of the most active
and beneficent lives with which the
good God has blessed this generation of
"At this time we only recjrd the
death of one who was beloved and
revered by all who were associated with
him, in the conduct of this paper, in
the countless enterprises for the relief
and well-being of others in which his
soul delighted, and in ail the relations
"The Companion was dearer to him
than the apple of bis eye. He had
caused it to grow from a local papor of
narrow scope and limited circulation to
tbe great institution it is. He watched
over it with more than the jealous care
of a mother for a darling daughter. He
laid Its foundation deep. He built it
to endure. Two thoughts were ever in
his mind to keep The Companion pure
and wholesome, and to organize it in
every department so that, when he
should be taken, the structure, to tbe
building of which he gave his life, should
stand secure and unchanged.
"Gifted with a broad mind, a quick
intuition, a conscience as pure as a
child's, a sympathy that embraced every
living creature, and an unwearied in
dustry, he has left behind him a monu
ment which all the world can see and
admire, but in the hearts of his asso
ciates he has left a void which nothing
READING ROOM QUESTION.
A Feasible Ilau Which Should He Car
The report of the public library for
the past year, which was published yes
terday, is encouraging not only to those
interested in its work, but to all who
desire to see such institutions Sourish
in our city. This, however, gives riee
to a question which was agitated by a
correspondent in tbe Chronicle some
weeks since tiiat of a public reading
If such an institution was ever needed
in a place, The Dalles is in need of it
at present. Where in the city can a
stranger find a place where an evening
can be spent outside of a saloon? True,
the Commercial Club furnishes a splen
did place for Its members and their
friends to while the hours away; but
what of those who have no acquaintances
whatever here? What of the young
men from the country who are compelled
to stand around on the street corners or
take the only alternative the place
where the doort are always open and
extending a cordial greeting. While
our churches and societies are agitating
the temperance question, would it not
be well to consider that they are their
brothers' keeper, and should nt least
extend to him a helping hand in this
Adjoining the library to the east is a
large room, well lighted, and which,
with softie improvements, would bo just
the place for a public reading room.
We have no doubt that the use of the
library books would be donated, and,
with the exception of the few months of
extreme cold weather, the room could
be heated from the library room. It
would be necessary to fit it up in a com
fortable manner, provide periodicals and
a librarian for the afternoon and evening,
. i. r. i n .
WNt, ..army ue.ng necessary "
w u , nig iuo uiuiuiiig uuure.
But, the question arises how are these
expenses to be met? While we realize
that the church societies are already
burdened to keep np the finances of their
various denominations, surely they
could at least give one afternoon in a
month which will be devoted to the
interest of such a noble work. Then
let the lodges of our city each give the
proceeds of one of the entertaiuments so
frequently enjoyed by them to this
cause. Beside this, snrelv the vnnno
people would willingly give a concert.
play, or entertainment of some descrip
tion which proceeds would be used for
that fund. And by such means more
than enough could be raised to meet the
What is needed is for the ladies of the
churches to club together, talk the mat
ter over and see what can be done along
this line, and if an organization is Der-
tected, appoint a committee each month
to overlook the business connected
A BIBB Cl'ltE FOK ClAtP.
Twanty-flve Years' Constant t'se With.
out a Failure.
Tbe first indication of croup Is hoarse-
ness, and in a child suhitct to tha
disease it may betaken as a sure sign of
the approach of an attack. Following
this hoarseness is a Decnliar nnih
cough. If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is given as soon as the child becomes
hoarse, or even after the croopy cotih
appears, it will prevent the attack. It
is ustd in many thousands of homes in
this broad land and never disappoints
the anrlooi mothers. We bare yet to
learn of a tingle instance in which it
hat not proved effectual. No other
preparation can show sucli a record
twenty-five yean' constant use with
out a' failure. For tale by Blakeley A
Death of Mr. Elisabeth llarrlmae.
Died In The Dalles, Wasco county,
Oregon, Jan. 10th, 1900, Mrs. Elizabeth
llarriuitn, aged 70 years, 7 months and
Deceased was born May 2nd, 182-1, at
Leicestershire, England. Came to the
United Statea in 1882. She leavea
family of tix children, four tont and
two daughters, all of whom are married
one ton in England and three in Oregon
the two daughters living in Kansas.
She was a kind and loving mother, a
devoted Christian and a member of the
The funeral was held at the residence
of her granddaughter, Mre. W. O. John
son, and conducted by the -Rev. U. F,
Hawk. The remains were interred in
tbe I. O. O. F. cemetery and were fol
lowed by sorrowing relatives and a host
of friends and laid away with loving
hearts and tender hands to their last
resting place. A Friend,
Catarrh Cannot be Cared
with local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a blood or constitutional disease, and
in order to cure it you must take inter
nal remedies. Hall s Catarrh (Jure is
taken internally, and acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine.
It was was prescribed by one of the beet
physicians in this country for years, and
is a regular prescription. It is composed
of the best tonics known, combined with
the beet blood purifiers, acting directly
on the mucous surfaces. The perfect
combination of the two ingredients is
what produces such wonderful results in
curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials,
F. J. Cheney A Co., Props., Toledo O.
Sold by drrnggists, price 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best. 12
Following is the. list of letters remain
ing in tbe posloffice at The Dalles un
called for January 12, 1900. Persons
calling for the same will give date on
which they were advertised :
Matlock, I VV
Webb, C S
Eagen. Mrs Geo (3) Miller, Mre Charles
Hill, Mrs Binnie Ornes, Mrs Emma
H. H. Riddell, P. M.
Notice to Voter.
Under tbe provisions of the regirtra
tion law all persons when registering
are required to furnish to the register
ing officer the following information :
If naturalized, the time, place, an!
conrt of naturalization. In this con
nection, it is necessary to produce
naturalization papers, or declaration of
Residence must be specific; giving
precinct, section, township and range;
if within town or city, the street, No. if
any, aud No. of lot and block; if in any
building where rooms are numbered, th
number of the room and floor must be
In order to avoid unnecessary delay
and inconvenience, every person deeir
ing to register should be prepared to
furnish the above information.
racnuies win ie nimietiea in eyery
precinct in the county by either Justice
of the Peace or Notary Public.
A. M. Kei.say,
dec4 SOdys Comity Clerk
Kolihrd ilio Uiave.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
8Ul,j,ct, is narrated by Ihim as follows
"I was in a most dreadful condition. My
skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually in back
and sides, no appetite gradually grow
ing weaker day by day. Three physi
cians had given me up. Fortunately, a
triend advised 'Electric Bitters'; and to
my great joy and surprise, the first
bottle made a decided improvement. I
continued their nso for three weeks, and
am now a well man. I know they saved
my life, and robbed the grave of another
victim." No one should fail to try them
uniy sue, guaranteed, at Blakeley k
Houghton's drug store. g
MeKlnlejr Club Meeting.
There will be a meeting of the Mc
Klnley club next Wednesday evening at
the county conrt house. Business of
Importance will come before the meet
ing. By order of
D. Creighton, Vice Pres.
That Throbbing Headache
Wonld quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved their matchless
merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches.
They make pure blood and strong
nerves and build up your health. Easy
to take. Try them. Only 23 cents.
Money bacU .1 not cured, gold by
Blakeley & Houghton, druggists. 1
F. B. Thirkield, health inspector of
Chicago, says, "Kodoi Dyspepsia Care
cannot be recommended too highly. It
cured me of severe dyspepsia." it di
gests what you eat and cures Indigestion
and heartburn, and all forms of dyspepsia.
tirilT T!K acHinCLl. AIV1
tv. aoa Dallc. Itou.
Fat Suit Iakr, Denver, Ft. Fat
Mali Worth, Omaha, Kan- Mall
ll.a p. m. City, ot. LouU, :5S p m
Chicago and EaU
Walla Walla, flpokane, Bppkaua
liver Miuneaiwlia. bt. Paul, Flrer.
7:05 p. m. o u 1 u t ta, Milwaukee, 4:a.m
Chicago and East.
8 p. m. 4 p. m.
For 6a u Fraucisco
December 3, 8. 13, 18, 23
8 p.m. 4 p.m.
Ex. Sunday Columbia Rt. 8tegtner.'Ex.buuda)
To Astohia a:id Way
10 p. m.
6 a.m. I Willahitti Rivkr. 4:30 p.m.
Ex.Bunday OroRon City, Newbertt, Ex. Sunday
balem Way Laud .
7 a. m, WiLLAMtTTI and Yak- 8:30 p.m.
Tuca.Tbur. hill Kivkrb. Mon.,wed
and eat. Oregon City, Dayton, and Kri.
6. m. I ' Willamette River. 4:30 p.m.
Tue..Thur, Portland to Corvalll, M on. Wed
and Bat. and Way-Landings. and Friday
Snaki Rivkr. Lravr
Lt R I par la Blparia to Iwlaton. Liwihtoh
1:2.1a.m. 8:o0a. m.
Parties dealnne to ro to Henoner should
Uku No. 4, leaving 'Ihe Dalles at 7:05 p. m
making direct connection at Heppner junction
Returning nittkinadirect connection at Hnnner
junction with No. 1, arriving at The Dalle at
2:6o i m.
No. 42, throucht freieht, east bound, doe not
carry passengers; arrive 2:50 a. in., departs
No. 24. local freisrht. carries nassenflrera. east
bound; arrives 4:3U p. m., departs 8:15 t. m.
No. 21, neat bound through freight, doe not
carry passenger; arrive 8:15 p m., depart
fto. j, west bound local freight, cnriies pas
sengers; arrives 5:15 p. m., departs 8:80 a. in.
For full narricnlars call on O. R. A N. Co .'
agent The Dalle, or address
W. II. HURLBURT,
Gen Pas. Agt., Portland, Or,
EAST and SOUTH via
The Shasta Route
Southern Pacific Comp'y.
Train leave and are due to arrive at Portlai.
I burg, Ai
7:00 P. M
J ramento, Ogden,San
lxs Angeles, tl Paso, i
New Orleans and
8:80 A. M,
Roseuurg and way na
4:30 P. U
fvla Woodhura for
west Sclo, Browns
I Corvalll and
INDEPENDENCE PASSENGER. Express train
Daily (except Sunday).
I;50p.ra. Lv Portland ...Ar.) 8:25 a. m
7:30 p. m. Ai..:cMinnvillc..Lv. 6:50 a, m
8:30p.m. (Ar.. Independence. Lv.j 4:o0a. m
Daily. f Dauy, except Sunday.
DININO CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
AND SECOND-CLASS BLEEPING CARb
Attached to all Through Train.
Direct connection at Kan Kranclscn with rwi
dental snd Oriental and I'aciltc mall steamship
lines for JAPAN and CHINA. Balling date on
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and Eu
roiie. Also JAPAN, CHINA, HONOLULU anC
A I' bXHA lil A.
All above train arrive at and depart from
Grand Central Station, Fifth and Irving streets
Passenger Depot, foot of Jetterson street.
Iave for Sheridan, week day, at 4:30 p. m
Arrive at Portland, :30 a. m.
Leave for A I RUE on Monday, Wednesday and
friil ay at 8:35 a. m. Arrivo at Portland, Tues
day, Thursday and Baturdaj tt 8:05 p. m..
Except Sunday. "Except Saturday.
R. KK LER, , H. MARKHAM,
1anaer. Asst. O. P. A Pas. Agt
Through Ticket Office, 134 Third street, whort
through ticket to all point In the Eastern
States, Canada and Europe can be obtained at
ivbcti raws irom
J. B. ft IRK LAND. Ttokai
BLHKELEY & HDUGHTOH,
Wholesale and Retail
Carry the Largest Stock of
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries
In Eastern Oregon.
175 Second Street. THE DALLES
ONE FOR A DOSE.
Rcra-T Pimply TVTit
III. Th.. n.i.i "Hsar
ii-rdniggi.i no uacillM'""'-" '"r
Uee Clarke Falk's quinine hair tonic
I S THE CIRCl'IT COCRT OF THE STATE OF
1 Oregon, lor Wsaco county.
J. P Mclnerny, a administrator of the estate of
PniUip Brugan, deceased, Plain till,
M. W. Wallace aud 3. F. Wallace, Defendants.
By virtue of an execution, dwree and order of
sale, duly issurd out of and under the seal of
the circuit court of the state of Orea-on, for the
county of Wasco, to me direeUd and dated the
Ath day of November, lw, upon a deereo for
tlit foreclosure of a certain mortgsjre, in favor of
pliiiutiliand against said defendants, and judg
ment rendered and entered in said court in the
aboveentitled cause, in favor f plain ti IT and
against the defendant N. W. Wallace, as Judg
ment debtor, in the sum of one thousand and
thirty two and 2J 1U0 dollars (HO:iJ.22) with in
terest thereon from the Mb day of September,
18'.it, at the rate of ten 10 per cent per annum,
nd the turther sum of one hundred dollars
SJuo;aattorney;fces.andthe further aumof thirty
and 2-lu dollars H-ii 20 and the costs of and up
on this writ, and commanding me to make sale
of tbe real property embraced In such decree of
foreclosure aud hereinafter dcsciibed; said de
cree and Judgment having been rendered and
entered on tbe 24th day of October, l-w, I will
on tbe third day of Januur , l'Jou, at the hour of
2 o'clock In the afternoon of said day and at the
front d'r of the county court house, in Dalle
City, Wasco county, Oregon, sell at public
auction to tbe highest bidder . for cash in
hand all the right, title and Interest which
the defenlants,N. W. Wallace and 8. F. Wallace,
or either of them, bad on tbe 2.rh da; cf Sep
tember lsy J, the date of the mortgage foreclosed
herein, or which said defendants 'or any of the
defendants beiein, have siuce acquired or now
have in and to the following described real prop
erty, situated and being In Wasco county, Ore
gon, to-wit: The sou the st quarter of the south
west quarter, the south haif of tbe southeast
quarter, aud the northeast quarter of the south
east qusrter of section twenty-eight, in township
seven south, of range seventeen east, Willamette
Meridian, containing ir0 acres, or so much of
said proterty as will satisfy said judgment and
decree, with costs and accruing costs.
baid property will be sold subject to confirma
tion and redemption as by law provided.
Dated at Dalles City, Wasco county, Oregon,
this 2Uth day of November, 1MI'..
dee2 II Sheriff of Wasco County, Oregon.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned,
J. H. Fergueaon, administrator of the estate of
LydiaA. Richardson, decesne I, in pursuance of
an order ol tbe Honorable County Court of Ihe
State of Oregon for Wasco county, dulvmade
and entered on the 4th day of Janunrv, lwt'O, will
from aud after tbe loth dav of Jebfuary, lyoj,
proceed to sell at private snle for cash in hand,
all of the follow Ing described real estate, belong
ing to the estate of said Lvdia A. Richardson,
The northwest quarter of th southwest quar
ter, and south half of the nor'hwest quarter and
the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter
of section three (:l) in township four (I) south of
range thlrteeu (1:1) cast of the Willamette merid
ian, in Wasco county, Oregon; also that certaiu
pieco or parcel of laud particularly bounded and
detcrlld as follows: Commencing 24 rods and
12$ feet west of tbe southeast corner of the
southwest quarter of section three (Si In town
ship four (4 south of range thirteen (13) east of
the Willamette meridian ill Wasco county. Ore.
gon, and running thence norih one-half mile:
thence west 60 rods and 4S leet; thence south
one-half mile, and thence east 50 rods aud 41
feet to the place of beginning; save and except
therefrom lour lots ill Richardson Addition to
the Town ofl'ygh, which has been heretofore
old and eonvejed: the tract above descilbed in
cluding alio! said Richardson Addiiion to the
Town of Tygh, as laid out and platted and re
corded in tne Records of Deeds for Wasco
county, Oregon, said real etite above described
containing 210 acres, more or less.
Any person desiring nformation with reference
to said real estate should call on or address me at
Junction City, Oregon, or my attorneys, Dufur
A; Menefee, at The Dulles, Oregon.
Dated this 12th day of January, 100).
J. 8. FERUt'E-OJf,
Administrator of the Estate of Lydia A. Rich
Dl FI'R & Mknffke,
Attorneys for Administrator. ISjanlit
Notice la hereby riven that the ennntv court
of the state of Oregon for Wasco county, In
probate, has duly Issued letters tcstamciita'ry to
the undersigned as the executor named in the
lust will and testament of Caleb Brooks, de
ceased, and to administer upon the estate of the
said deceased. All persons having claim
agnlnt said estate are required to present the
ramc to me at the law oliiee of Condon di Con
don, in Dalles City, Oregon, with proper vouch
ers, within six months from this date.
December 22, ldtw.
ROLANDO Q. BROOKS,
Executor of the estate of Caleb Brooks, de
Wagon and Carriage Work.
Fish Brothers' Wagon.
: Third and JelTcrnn. Pbonffl
For One Week.
1 lb tin Broiled Mackerel, in tomato
sauce ; . . 15c
1 lb tin Broiled Mackerel, in mustard
1 lb tin Broiled Mackerel, soused in
2 lb tin Broiled Mackerel, in tomato
2 lb tin Broiled Mackerel, in mustard
auce . 2!0
2 In tin Broiled Mackerel, soused In
C. A B. Kipitered Herring, per tin., .20c
C. A B. Yarmouth Bloaters, per tln..40o
Scotch Kippered Herring-, per tin 2oo
Beardsly's Boneless Herring, per tin.lOo
Young Mackerel In oil 15c
Gold Liibel Sardines In mayonnaise
dressing " 12''o
See window display of Rait Salmon,
Salt Mackerel, Whole Codfish, Boneless
Codfish, Codfish Middles, Bloaters, Her
ring, Smoked Halibut, etc.
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PEASE & MAYS
to keep dandruff from the head.