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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1900.
Veteran, for Expansion,
Tbere wa. good attendance of veter
ans of the civil war and member, of the
Oregon volunteer, who fought In the
Philippines, at a meeting held in Frater
nity hall last u!(tbt, which was called in
order that they might give public ex
pression to the sentiments they hold re
garding expansion and the conduct of
the administration toward the Philip
pine islands and their Inhabitant-. J.
R. Warner, of While Salmon, was called
to the chair and about an hour and a
half was occupied in short speeches, in
which nearly every veteran in the hall
At tbe close a short recess was taken,
while a committee of thrte prepared the
following set of resolutions expressive of
the sentiments of the meeting. On
their submission the chair asked for a
standing vote in their favor, when every
man in the hall rose to his feet.
Tbe resolutions are as follows :
We soldiers of tbe civil war, and of
the Spauieu war, have assembled to give
our views on the question of the rights
of the United Stales to hold and annex
tbe Philippine Islands and also to ex
press our opinion of the action of the
present administration in its conduct
towards tbe inhabitants of those islands,
do hereby resolve
That we, having acquired the Philip
pine Islands, and having at great ex
pense of life and treasure put down
the insurrection beaded by Aguinaldo,
re opposed to any party or parties
who agitate or indorse the idea of sur
rendering any of our rights in those
islands. We believe that our flag has
been, is, and will always be, the symbol
of liberty to all under its shadow.
No wrong can be done by. planting it
over any people, and when once hoisted
we would never take it down. In the
future as in the past our young men
will always be ready to keep that flag
whenever it may be planted. Forward
it has always gone, and forward it must
go, carrying with it all the blessings of
freedom, equal rights and justice to ail.
Resolved, that we have already seen
the advantage of our possession of these
islands as a base of supplies in near
proximity to the seat of the troubles in
China; it has given us a prestige we
could not otherwise have had. In the
future we can see this people, who fir
three hundred years have been ground
onderftbe beel of Spanish oppression,
emerging into a great, happy ami pros
perous state ot our union, adding an
other and bright star to that flag for
which Dewey fought and Lawton died,
that flag for which only thirty-five years
ago nearly a million brave volunteers
perished on the battlefield and by
disease, but the glorious old flag was
upheld, as it will always be, by our suc
cessors the volunteer soldiers of the
United States. ''If any man attempts
to pnll down the American flag, shoot
him on the spot." Also
Rtiolvtd, that we' heartily endorse
every and all the acts of President Mc
Kiniey and his advisers in their endeavor
to erect a cood and stable government
in the Philippine Islands, and we have
full faith that the near future will see
the people of those islands enjoying the
tame rights and blessings of self-government
that is enjoyed by all other citizens
of our great republic; and again we
most heartily condemn as atrocious and
treasonable any attempt to propose to
abate one atom of the rights of the
United States to full ownership in, and
authority over these islands and their
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thi3 city where th
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A little higher in
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Other wares look
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eled ware is special
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It does not rust
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AH03U THE BOEHS.
ka American Journalist's Accoup'
of Camp Life.
Tb Hatch Soldier. Han N. DIhU
pllaa or Science, Hat Are Not
Laeklasr In the Quality of un
itary Iloraa Sena.
Jacobsdol was still quiet on De
cember 4. There were not more than
50 guards out on that day, though
the English outposts were within
about three miles. On the 3d Presi
dent Steyn ordered all the ammuni
tion and supplies out of the town, and
all were busy till late at night trior
ling the wagons, suya the London
On the 8th I visited the camps
which lie on the north side of the
The large wagon laagers In these
camps present a strange appearance.
In some of the larger commands tin
many as 250 wagons are grouped in
a large irregulur circle; inside this
there are fuw tents und muny large
awnings. The wagons are all loaded
with supplies and ammunition. - In
nearly every one there are a number
of steel trunks, large and small. In
these the burghers carry their spare
clothing, and perhaps some luxuries
brought from the distant furm.
All the time the roads were crowded
with men hastening to the front. Al
most all of them had merely the most
primitive Kind of outfit. The cheap
"store saddle," which the majority of
tl.em have, lias a few paltry bags at
tached to it in which the rider stores
n limited supply of food. All the
clothing, boots und blankets tl'e men
use nro the usual "shoddy" thut is
sold in fhe country trading stores. It
seems incomprehensible why no pro
vision was made to clothe und mount
the men in a serviceable munner
when one thinks of the Immense
amount of ready money on hand.
There appears also to be a great lack
of order, und it is surprising that the
primitive system has stood the strain
so long. It is the marvelous adapta
bility ot the people that upsets a
stranger's estimate of whnt results
of their methods lire likely to be.
During the time I have been among
them I have not heard one man
really grumble or refuse duly. The
discomforts are accepted as unavoid
ably incidental to the war, to ba
borne with eqiinniuiity. A consider
able proportion of the younfc- men are
well educated, and many of them have
been to Kurope to study or for pleas
ure. There was u large corps of ex
press riders under Capt. Fichardt and
(apt. .Tooste doing splendid work on
horse and bicycle around Jacobddnl.
On the morning'of the Cth President
Steyn returned suddenly to tha vil
lage from his tour of the camps. AD
ruptly "entering the door of his prim
itive hotel, he found that tha wcll
fillod table left no room for visitors,
so he sat outside on a dilapidated
bench till the men hnd finished tbeir
breakfust. The president is distinct
ly democratic. For a conveyance he
had nn old blue farmer's cart, with
out a hood or shelter of any kind
from the scorching sun. Thnt morn
ing, ns he and Mr. Fischer sat on the
bench, they received people, read and
dispatched their telegrams and at
tended to all their varied business.
When this was done the president
visited the hospitals, and, nfter pass
ing n few cheerful words with tho
dozen wounded who remained there,
he left for I'loemfontein.
During the whole of that day
mounted men and wagons kept
streaming into Jucobsdal from the
front. The general at last seemed
to have recognized the necessity' of
protecting the place, and ut the same
time using it ns a base for attempts
on the English rear and on the rail
way. During these days the English
showed no signs of advancing, but
kept working at the repair of the
railway bridge while they waited for
It was practically impossible to ar
rive ot any reliable, estimate of the
strength of the liocr army. Iiy the
Gth it was perhaps 7,000 men, and
constantly increasing in small nna-
lers. It seemed to me impossible for
this small number of men to oppose
the magnificently equipped army that
might attack them at any moment.
rhe English, moreover, retained con
trol of tho railway behind them, and
thus had constant supplies of nil
sorts. The Iloers, on the other hand,
were 100 miles from their base rail
way, and had to d?peud on the on
wagon, rsevertheless they seemed to
have complete confidence in their ulti
mate success. .
On the 5th about 1,300 men. lustily
singing "Praise (od from Whom nil
blessings flow," started out to take up
a position for nn attack on the Eng
lish rear and railway. With them
went three cannon nnd the Scundhin-
vinn corps. The Scandinavians were
to use the dynamite when necessary.
Their corps consisted then of KiO men.
speaking nine different hingii'ip'S
among them. I heard Danish. Swed
ish. Norwegian, Pussian. Finnish and
Polish. They have, together with the
Im.li brigade at Lndysmith, a great
reputation for rcckie? bravery. A
Jew with whom I talked told me he
had made his money in the Transvaal,
and would fight for it, to show tho
world that all Jews were not mere
cowardly money makers.
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K. X. K. rKROUHffif,
Physician and Sargeon,
Office, Vogt Block (oyer Poatofflce),
JOaplrao-dw THI DALLI4, OtIOON.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION'.
Lakd Ornca at Thi DaU.h. Oh., t
(eptember 1A 1). t
Notice Is hereby givtn t&.t the following
named setiler baa filed noti.-e of her Intention
to wake dual proof lu upport ol her claim, aud
that said proof w ill be made before tbe Keirlster
and Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on Wednes
day, October 21, liMJ, via:
Janes F. atawart, sfTha Dallas, Or.,
H. E. No. 52M. for the K'i 8E'-4 E qr NE qr ee
25, Tj I X, K 12 E, aud b W qr N VV qr Sec 30, Tp k
V K 13 E W M.
' 'ehe uai'nea the following witnesses o prove
her continuous reaidenca upon aud cultivation
of said land, via.:
D. D. Nelson, E. F. Sbarr, John Fleming,
Daniel Stewart, ail of The I "alles.
epl5 JAY P. LLCAS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Tin Dailis. Or.,
Heptember, 10, l'JOO. (
Notloa Is hereby given tbat the followirg
nameri setiler has filed notice ol bis Intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the register
and receiver st 1 he Dalles, oregau, on eaiuruay,
October 30, woo, vix.:
Charles H. Matney,
of The Dslles, Oregon, II. E. No. , for the 8
hf N E qr aud W hi bE qr, sec 12, Tp 1 S, K 11
t, w. si.
He names tbe following witnesses o prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
or urn laud. viz. :
A. 8, Fox, P, u. Farsn, Charles Gosson and V
C. Clark, all of The Dalles, Oregon.
seplS JAY P. LUCAS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Or.,
Septembe: 10, l'.OJ
Notice is herebv lven that the following-
named settler has filed notice ot bis intention to
make final proof in support of bis claim, and
mat sum proof win be mane neiore me negisu-i
and Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on Satur
day, October xj, iwxi, viz:
Areliuna 9. Fox,
of The Dalles, Oregon, H. E. No. 5154, for the
8 bf N W qr and W hf SW qr, Bee 12, Tp 1 s, K 11
n . 31.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
ol said land, viz:
I. C. Mutney, (!. H. Matney, Charles Gossen
and n. c. Clark, an ot J ne Danes, Oregon.
sepl.5 JAY P. LUCAtf, Register,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Or.,
Bent 26. 1W0.
Notice Is hereby given tbat the following.
uamed settler has filed notice of his intention
tlon to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
rore ins reguier ana receiver at rne imiios.
Oregon, od Saturday, November 10, 1OU0, viz:
Oalvln tf. DuDakln,
of Jlnslcr, Or., H. K. No, 5121, for the 8E qr, Bee
He names tne following witnesses to prove bis
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of
sttiu iiiiiu viz:
Michael Doyle. R. E. Doyle. The Dalles. Or.
James M. llrown and l arl J. E. Carlson, of Mo-
JAY P. LLCAS,
s29 Ke aster
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Obkoom,
August 25, I'M.
Notice !s herebv ffiven thnt the fnllouriiur.
named settler has Aled notice of his Intention to
make flnnl proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Register
and Keceiver at 'ihe Dulles, Oregon, on batur
uuy, ucuioer o, jwu, viz:
Robert J. Phillips, of Noiliir, Or.,
H. E. No. 55.S0 for the NEJ4 N NWK NE'.,
ci-u. v. anu by am, oeu 4. id. n, rz t.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
ssia lana, viz:
lames Lewis, Dolly Moslcr, Lea Evans, John
inner, an oi rosier, uregon.
JAY P. LUCAS.
8. Land Office, The Dalles, Ob.,1
bentem ber lo. 1900.
A sufficient contest alhdnvit having been filed
I this vimce by Joseph H. 8 herar. coiitestiint.
gainst homeste id entry No. 7452. made June St.
1H'J!I. for 8 hf N W qr Sec 2, and E hf NE qr tec
21.), Tp 8 8 R 14 E, by Wllllsm Gill contestee, in
which It is alleaed that Said William (illl has
wholly abandoned said tract and changed his
residence therefrom for more than six months
since making said entry, and next prior to date
of contest; and that he did not abandon the
tract to enter tne military or naval service ol
the. United States, said parties are herehv notl.
fled to appear, respond and oiler evidence touch-
ng saia allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on October
7, 11HO. before the revfster and receiver at th
L ii ueu Mmes land otllce In The Dalles, Oregon.
The said contestant havitnr. In a iimner Hill.
davit, tiled August 11, 1900, set forth facta which
show that after due diligence personal service
of this notice can not be made. It is hereby
1'iucim auu uiitxioi iiihi mien notice DC given
uy uuc auu projier puuiicauon.
ep!9 JAY P. LUCAS, Register.
Notice Is hereby ffiven that the
as been duly appointed bv the conn tv court of
nunc ui vsrvgou, lor n aseo couniy, adnilnls.
trator of the estate of Kllxnhpth a &.,utium
duceasd. All persons having claims against
tne estate of said deceased are hereby notified
to present the same, with the proper vouchers
therefor, to me at rnv othoe in II. nd. (innm.
within six mouths from the dute hereof.
Liaiea eeptcmber 24, l'Joo.
C. If. BOUTHERV.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LahoOfficb at The Dalles, dr., I
tint 'A 1'HIO I
Notice Is hereby given that the foilowinir
allied settler baa filed notice of his ltifnti,.n
to make final proof in snonortor hisciuim u,wi
that said proof will be made before the register
and receiver of the II. H. laud ofllce at The
Dalles, or., on Saturday, Nov. 10, 1000, viz:
Peter Mollrr, Jr.,
The Dalles. Or.. H. K. No. M:f7 for tha w hi
W r und 8E qr N W qr Bee 84, Tp 2 N, K 14 E,
He names the following witnesses to prove
? uwuviiiiioiin Feniueuee ujion ana cultivation
said land, viz:'
John Dalrvmnle. Fred Wlckmnn. r f Pn.
sh, J. E, Johnson, all of The Dalles, Or.
OCtO JAY P. LUCAS, hfvlater.
NOTICE FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice Is hereby given th it the nndcrvlcncrl
n duly fib! with the County i:lerk of Wasco
uumv, wrrKon, iiis nimi account and rennrt as
mlnlstrator of the estate of Ail,, It. I, ti,ii,,.
uceased, and that the Honorable County Court
s nxed Monda),the5lh day of November, IHOO,
lOo'clcK'k a. in. of said ilav as th timo n,i
the County Court room of the County Court
"line 111 l'llll!- City, I BITO I Olllll V, Oregon, IIS
tie place for hearing said final account and re.
ort. All persons Interested in suiil iminiw
hereby notilled to appear at said time and place
id show cause, It any there be, why said report
ould not be annroved and ssld .lmliil.tr.,i,.r
Dutwl this 5th day of October, 1000.
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J. t. MCOal. JOHN OAVIM
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Boom. and to, oyer U. 9, Land Offlo
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon lor
Tbe Oregon Railroad fc Navigation Co.,
John H. Koberr and Emma Kobcrg, bis wife;
Cbarlra H. tirahani: John Doe and Richard
Roe, whose names are uuktiown.
To John II. Koberg, Emma Kobeig, his wife:
Charles H. trahain; John Doe and kieuard
Uoe, whose names are unknown. Defendants:
In tbe name of the State of Oregon:
You, and each of yon, are hereby notified that
the Oregon Railroad ii Navigation Company
has filed a comp.aint against vou In the circuit
ourt of the Slate ot Oregon for the County of
Wasco, and you are hereby required to appear
and answer said complaint on or before tbe last
day of the time piescribed by the order of pub
lication, that is la say on or before Saturday,
the loth day of November, 1900. You are further
notined that If you fail to appear aud answer
the complaint, or plead thereto, at said time,
the piaiuuir win cause your aeiaun to tie en
tered and will apply to the court for the relief
praved tor In the complaint: mat is to say that
an assessment of the damages which will result
from the appropriation by the plaintiff of the
six tracts ol land first nereinain-r aescriDed, ana
also from the appropriation by the plaintiff of
the right to borrow earth, stone, gravel and
other material from the rive tracts of land here
inafter described be had, slid that on payment
of the damages srvassesset into the hands of the
clerk of this court by the plaintiff, judgment be
given appropriating said property, and all of it,
to the plaintiff.
The six tracts of land which are sought to be
appropriated heiein and which are above re
ferred to, are particularly bounded and de
scribed as follows, to-wit:
Tract One Beginning at a point In the easter
ly original rlghtof way line of the railroad, which
point is liilii feet north and 250 feet east from
the quarter corner between s:tionsjliirty one
(31) aud thirty-two (32), township three i3) north,
range eleven (11) east Willamette Meridian, and
50 feet distant from and measured at right
angles to the revised center Hue: thence south
easterly on a curve to the left, haviug a radius
of 2242 feet a distance of 327 feet to anoint which
is 50 feet distant from und measured at light
angles to the revied center line, thence parallel
with said revised cuter line and 50 feet distant
northerly therefrom and on a course bearing
south 60 degrees 61 minutes east a distance of
23M feet to a point in the south Hue of said lot
four (I); thence west along said south line a
distance of '205 feet to a point which is 50 feet
distant from and measured at rlxht angles to
the revised center line; thence north 60 degrees
51 minutes west a distance of 60 feet to a !oint;
thence on a curve to the right, having a radius
of 2312 feet a distance of 96 feet to a point lu the
original light of way line of the railroad, which
point is 50 feet distant from and measured ut
right angles to the revised center line; thence
northwesterly uLing said origiual rixht of way
line u distance of 256 feet to the place of begin
ning, containing .83 acres.
Tract two Beginning at a point 1.120 feet east
and 7U let t nortn trom the quarter corner be
tween said sections thirty-one (31 1 and thirty
two (32), township three (3) north, range eleven
(11) east Willamette Meridian, which point is 50
feet distant Irom and measured at right angles
to the revised center line of the railroao; thence
on a course bearing south IK) degress 51 minutes
east, pa rail-1 with and 60 feet distant southerly
from sutd revised center line a distance of o'vS
feet to a point; thence on a curve to the right
having a radius of l:K! ieet a distance of ::mo feet
to a point on the southerly original right of way
line of the railroad; thence norihwesterlv alonir
said original right of way Hue a distance ol 1003
feet to a point on the west line of lot three 3,
section thirty-two 132); thence south 10 feet to
the place of beginning, containing 1.2 acres
Tract three BcKlnnliiE at a point on the orlir
iniil right of way line of the railroad, which
point is 2A62 feet east from the quinter c rner
between sections thlrty-nne and thirty-two 321,
tnwushlp three 31 north, range eleven 11 east
Willamette Meriuiiin. thence east ahm the
south line of lot three 31. section t hirlv-two I:!lI
a distance of feet to a point which Is 50 ieet
distant from and measured at riht angles to
me reviseo center line; tnei ce on a course bear
ing nertn 41 degrees 40 minutes west a dliimtrw
of 220 feet to a point in the original right of wav
line oi tne ranroan; thence southeasterlv nnir
Baid original right of way lint- a distance of Pm
ieet to toe piuce oi oi ginning, containing .06
Tract four netrlnnlntr at a nolr.t nn th o?l.
iiiai riant oi way line oi me railroad, winch
point is . leei west anil l'ju ieet north from
tne southeast comer of said section thirtv-twn
(32), township three (3) north, range eleven Illl
east Willamette Meridian; thence on a course
oearing norm so aegrees minutes west a dis
tance of 210 feet toa point; thence on a curve to
the ilnlit having a radius of '2t feet a ril
of 643 feet to a point which Is 50 feet distant
irom and measured at right angles to the re
vised center line: thence northerly at rleht an.
gles to the revised center line a distance of 10
feet to a point which is 60 feet distant from and
measured at light angles to the revised center
line; thence on a curve to the right having a
radius of lh50 feet a distance of "70 feet to a
point; tnence souinwestcrly at right angles to
the rt vised center line a instance of 10 fi-et to a
point which Is 50 feet distant from and meas
ured at right angles to the revised center line;
thence on a curve to therlirht hs
tho westerly line of lot two (2) milil .. nn
i iws u distance oi ;(iu lt to a .mint on
thirty-two (:l'2), which point Is !) feet distant
from ami measured at right angles to the re
vised center line of the rsllrnan: thi.nr rin
south 60 feet to a point In the original right of
way llncof the railroad; thence southeast along
,nm unpiiiai riKiu oi way line a nisiance of IHii
feet to the place of beginning, containing 1.04
Tract five- Bcelnnlne at a nnlnt nn ihn n,i.
Inal right of wnv line of tha rallronrl. u hn.h
point Is !(1K feet west and 1"0H fret north from
he southeast corner of said section thirty two
(t2), townshln three lil north.
east Willamette Mcrldinn, and SO fcetdlstunt
from aud measured at right angles to the re
vised center Hue: thence on a curve to the left
having a radius of l:ix;l ieet parallel with and SO
feet distant from said revised cenicr II no M Hlu.
tancenf 77H feet tos point nn the original south
erly right Of wav Hue of the rnllroml i, ...... u
easterly and southeasterly along said original
iKii oi wy line a aisianee of feet to the
place of beginning, con tai ui. lg .M acres.
Tract six Rczllinlllir St a nnlnrnn fl,. ...I
Ineof said section thirty-two (.), w hich point
s l lliH feet north from the souihcuat c,,n,,.. ,.i
said suction thlrfy-two. (:). townshiu three (o
orth, range eleven ill) eust (ilui,.it.. i..rt.
dian, and M) feet distant from and mcttsnrivl mt
right angles to the revised centi-r line! ,.,..
on a course bearing north ii7 degrees mlniiUs
it njnuuiceoi ieet in a point In the orig
inal right of way Hue of the railroad: thi e
northwesterly along said original right of wav
line a distance of 10' feci ii, i.i,, u.i.1,.1.
feet d lstant from and measured at right angles
to the revised center line; thence on a course
bearing south f7 degrees :i. minule. east i,rui.
iwilh and M feet distant from lil i.i.,.i
cenU'r lino a distance of li,7 feet to the enst line
of said lot one (1); thence south V.si feet to the
place of beginning, containing .ill actes.
The live tracts of hind . ... .,.,.,.
fern-d to and the rlsrht to CXCHVHlM ntlil lui.mui
"' ' aravei ana other mnlerlal from
which a sought to he appropriated herein arc
particularly docrlbed a. follow., to-wlt:
Tract 1 From that trar t lying southerly from
tract number one above mentioned and be
tween tho right of way thcr-ln described and
the original rlaht of way line of the railroad and
between Htatlon 1TO plus s.1 of the revised cen
ter I ne of the railroad, and the south lino of
said lot four (I), continuing M acres.
,T.r."J!t. ,wo Al" ,rom ,hl,t 'rant 2.1 fect In
width lying southerly from tract number two
and contiguous to the right of way therein dc
Tli fH .'", "i"'" Htatlon l:nl and Htatlon
l.lOOot the revised center line ol the railroad.
Tract thrift-Also from thst ir.i 1.1... i.. ...
two (i) and three () contiguous to and norlh
csslerly from the right of way described In
N ations 1.U.I and 1:170 of the revlso.1 center line
of tne railroad, being a trlnngulnr pl e -n't ,.et
in width at sa d autlmt mi. .
a tsliitatthclntcrs..cion of the orl.Ini.l rh(ht
of way line at Htatlon
l:ul, containing l.ua
-mTsT'i ,p"r-l"' 'rn"l 'hat tract W) feet In
width 1 v I risr southerlv fn.n, i i ......
and contiguous to the right of way the, .-in ,e.
; , . """"" niaii'ini i: ami l.flri plus
If i i ,",r.,'vl"",t center line of the railroad, ton
lalnlng ,0.i acre..
.v.Tr''l.?,,SA ," ,rnm th 'ract lying between
therlghtof way deacrlbe.1 In tract iiumtsT sU
ad the original right ol way line of the railroad
and between Htatlon l:wn of the revised center
i !,,.M':.t,!". "1 th" Ml'I
siwtlon thirty two (.!, ooiitalnlug .0,'. airea.
All of said premises are situate.) In lot. I. 2 i
.n:lw&,hir.,n:h'p 3 n,,r,h' r""9n
Th. date of tha first publication of this sura-
niil'r '''Ith t,l,,'l","lnH.tiifday,the
ih.ll JZ. 1,h,,'1"b",' lw. uui-i on.
ld pTrmd " 8"turc1"' of ecn week for
Hon" V" ?,nun"l ,"b",h"1 br o th.
Hon. W. L. Hr.dsh.w, judg. ui th. Hcrautb
Jll-HrWail nialtlk a-v
and dated beptmbe, 2NSui.mle Wbe,
H. r.cosxoS- OS.
Sale of Real Property
2th day of August, 190). the ,T ' " ta.
mlnlstrator with thi wili u.1?, '",'"
of Jonathan Jack,on7deceasrt win"
after the 1st day of October 1.,' I,1, M
sale tn th. manner provided b?U?fc?,JW'2
of real property by executors and
tor., all the right, title and iS.M,""",'
Jonathan Jackson in .,,3 1 Itatsus
scribed real property, feing in wT1Clt,'
Oregon, to-wlt; "cot-wiat.
mesr. 4 oi tneSE'i Of section T to. . 11
theE'iof the Nt4andne5iTeul,T-,W0 57.
je.eir;;, an in townsh In four '41 soinh
fourteen (14) east, W. if; sald's-u'
cash or upon creoli in the manner ,2
law for the sale of real pmprty"
executoraaud admlnli trators. ui bj
Adminlstratnr, wlthbe- wn'iSPS
estate of Jonathan Jackson, S,
NOTICE FOK x-UBLICATIo
Land Office at The Dalle.,, o,, ,
, August Hi, lUKj '
Notfce is hereby given that ti n
named settler ha, filed notl" of hi, ln!
make final proof in support o Ms 2 . ?00
that said prK,f will be made Wore the
aud Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon on
day, October 10, laOO, via. : ' u
George W. Johnston, of The n.liss. n.
H. E. No. 5103, for the NW'i (JEli .nn r
NWX Sec 18. Tp 1 N, R 14 E, VV M M KE
He names the following witnesses to rirovr hi.
ultUnd?"vizfldeIM: UP0"' "nd
E. P. Taylor, Win. 8harp, J. W Johntr. . .
R. E. 'league, all of The Dalle., 65 ni
JAYP. LUCAS, Register.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon (or
Wasco County; ""Tpxiiot
Iua Bpelchinger, PlalntifT,
Henry Speiehiuger, Defendant
In the name of the Hti'te of Oregon'
You are hereby required lo apuesrsiid n..
the complaint filed against you liMb.'S,
entitled suit on or before the Isst d1VOlih.
time prescribed in the order for the piibiiriti
of this summons, to-wlt,on or beforpsir a,,,.
utlve weeas from the ISOlh day of tmrMr
1900, which said Lith day of tenibor law I.
the date of tho first publication ol this sum
mons, to-wlt: You are required to stiuearsud
answer said complaint on or before the loth -Isv
of November, l'JOO, which said loth a of No
vember, l'.s.0ls the lust day of the time -scritied
In the order for the publication of thli
summon., and if you fail to answer, lor want
thereof plaintiff' will apply to the above entitled
court for the relief prayed for in plaiutlu scorn.
Elaint, to-wlt: That the boudsuf ma'rlmony
eretoforeand now existing betweenDlalntllt and
defendant be dissolved and held for 'naught, ami
plaliitlir and defendant be in all resneett di.
vorced from each other, and that flaiotitr.
name, be changed to her maiden name, to-wit.
Ina Doyle, aud for such other and further relief
as to tbe court may seem just and equitable.
This summons 1. served upon vou, Henry
Spelchlnger, the above named defendant, by
publication thereof in The Dalles WKistr
CIIKonicle for six consecutive weeks by order
of Hon. W. L. Ilradshsw, judge of the ilion
entitled court, which order was niadeon,and
bears date of September 27, l'.mo.
NED II. OATEs,
Ur Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
has duly filed with the county clerk of Waaeo
county, Oregon, his final account and report u
executor of the estate of Phoebe J. Hsighl.de-
ceased; and that the honorable county court Du
fixed Monday, the ftth day of November, M0, U
10 o'clock a. m. of said day as the time, and the
county court room in the county court bouse ia
Dalle. City, Wasco county, Oregon, as Ihe place
for hearing said final account and report.
All persona interested In said estate are here
by notilled to aptear at said time and place and
show cause, tf any there be, why said report
should not be approved and said executor dis
charged. Dated this th day of September, 1XH).
Executor of the estate ol Phoebe J. Haignt,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lasd Office at The Dalles, Os, I
(September la, l'..
Notice Is hereby given that the foltowlnf
named settler has (fled notice of ber InteutMi
to iiiuke final proof In support of her claim, awl
that said proof will be made before the rcgisler
and receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on Weduo
day, October 24, 1900, viz ;
Kllaa K. Vlckers,
widow of Ramtiel J. Vlckers, deceased, of Mi
sler, Oregon, II. E. No. fir.;iO, for theN'iiWM
and 8! N Kec IS. Tp 2 N, R 12 K, W. If.
hho names the following witnesses to pmve
her nntiiiiinus residence Uion and cultivation
of said land, viz. ;
(ieoree kenoe. of Tha Dalles. Oregon: JrH
Miler, Lee Evans, Eric (irunland, Mosler, Or.
BplO J A 1 P. L,Ul-AB. ntgiam.
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
Land Ornca at Vancouver, Wake.!
Aug. IS, lW I
Notice Is heniln sIvati thut tlie follnwIK'
named settler has fllt notice of his Intettloj
to make final proof In support of his cisiir.
that said proof will be made belore V. B. PresW.
l:,ilt.wl kr.tu. i'nmn.i.Li..,ii, f,,r lllatrirl
Washington, at his ollice lu (ioldciidale, "
lngton, on October 1, 1000, viz:
P. O. addrest Centervlllc, Wash., who B"
homestead application No. V.U1, for theo'iW
cc -a, Tp N, R 14 E, W. M.
V, ho name the following wltneuss m r "
his contliinnns residence noon and cahn"""
of said land. viz. : ..
Char e. Htrsuhe. W lliam WilKirnof" "
0. Dalv and Patrick Haggerty, all ol l'el"
P. O., Washington.
alSl W. R.DUNBAR, rW.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice Is hereby given that the underslrnw
ve tiled with the (ilcrk of the comity O"'1""!
nave uieo wun me i.icrs oi me "i"" . -,
the Mtateof Oregon for Wasco coimtv.inr r
acr ount as executors of th. last will an0.""...
ment of Henry Itanium, dcccau'd,
Mnlidnv. the II h itsv of Noveillln'r, WW. ! '
100, at iw
hour ol 10 o pIim-r a.
. m nas nceu n'.; - t
aid county ' tl" "". tho
room In Dalles '""'iL
has been tlx'"' 'I"
('(unity Court for sal
lilscn for hi-nrlna of ohiwillons to snld linsi v
count and the settlement of the asm. .,
J, W. HtKMHi
F. P. 1A"-
T. A. Van Norden
epscnnstontlrnn hand '"'"jraalr?'
.,( .11 in. t is tsst III
Clocks, Hiwtaclcs, Kleid ( i lasses, "Trf. sl
at price, that defy com"tltlon. '"",,,.
tendwl lo with promptness and mi tafx
graving neatly done. '
j-j h o k i s no b r r
Thysiciau and Snnreofl,
Special atuntton flT.n to wrft-
Tel. US Rooms 21 and 21.
ui irt v l.