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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1900.
PiiOfclUX'S SUMMER BEDROOM.
Am AtlMH Coatrlvaar to lacrraaa
the Vo.alblllli- ol UettlBgf a,
The cottonwooiU have shed their
caterpillars; there hus been a tliuuts.'r
Ktorni; mesqiiite wood luis fallen in
price; Indians are selling low uinl ar
rows; the rose unci the oleumur nav
long iM-en out; oranges are in bloom
the umbrella tree is putting out it
leaves; lust summers suit has bee
cleaned and pressed; the small boy ha
jrone swimming in the canal; the wise
iiinn stays up nij-'hta and steals irri(.ra
tion water from his neighbors; alfalfa
is most ready to cut; strawberries bav
been shipped; mulberries are nearl
ripe; summer will soon be here, an
the Phoenix summer bedroom will soon
be a necessity, say the Arizon
1'hoenix sleeps out of door in th
summer, and the bedroom is born of
that necessity. It is on stilts, is built
of wire screen of fine mesh, for the
Phoenix mosquito is microscopic
size. It is furnished, according to th
taste of the occupant, with interior
curtains, to keep out the morning: sun
the gaze of the curious andi the sand
The bed is- a cot of canvas or woven
wire, covered perhaps with a sheet
but even a sheet feels like a' feathe
betl on a 1'hoenix mi in me r night. Th
bed coverinjr is the roof of the bed
room and careless folks who consult
their comfort oDly don't wear night
Phoenix is proud of its climate dur
ing- eight mouths of the year, but it
doesn't talk much in public about it
midsummer. It is a right warm da
when the government weather burea
doesn't know what the sun tempera
ture Is, and is unable to determine it
and that is how hot it gt'ts in Phoenix.
I called on Observer lltirns one da
last July and- asked him what the "of
ficial" temperature was in the sun
He said he did not know, and that
the government couldn't afford to ex
pertinent to that end. lie said he had
attempted to catch the sun tempera'
ture during- the summer of 159K, one
had broken a three-dollnr thermom
eter in the attempt. To please mv
curiosity he hung- a thermometer it
the sun, watched it until it registered
136 rtegretys, and then took it in, fear
ing- it would break.
Ihe dryness of the atmosphere re
lieves this great heat of any ter
rors to all living things except womet
and cats. There.is a saying- in Phoenb
that in summer women and cats ur
nervously prostrated, while men anc
dogs thrive and prow fat. There is
luxury in quenching one's thirst dur
ing the summer heat that is pjssiblt
nowhere this side of the hereafter, anc
nothing" will quench it so well as ollt
water. The average mortal can d.rinl
a gallon of water per day during the
heated time, and apparently every droj
of it comes out through the pores of th
r PEOPLE EAT TOO MUCH.
Starvation Is Sacceaalally I'.ed as
Care for Many Dl.ea.es by a
' Philadelphia Physician.
A Philadelphia physician of note, Dr,
Edward H. Dewey, claims to cure all
sorts of diseases by starving his pa
tients. The brain, says this practi
tioner, never loses weight in eiUier
tickuees or starvation. Usually the
mind remains clear when the body has
wasted away. The head is the power
house of the body. The stomach is
run by brain power. When the stom
ach does too much, work it makes too
great a demand upon the brain.
ror more than 20 years, writes
this doctor, "I have permitted my sick
to .do whhout food so long as there
was no desire for it. Not a mouthful
was enforced in an- case, not on
mouthful denied on the first hint of
"In this I have had all the medical
textbooks and the entire medical pro-
lefsion as authority unquestioned
against me. That food is needed to
sustain. -the strength of the sick has
never been a matter of question with
the medical profession.
"Many of my sick have gone for more
than a month without food. One very
sick, in bed for more than a month
with acute rheumatism, waa able to
wa.k about the room on the forty-sixth
uay before the first food was taken
Another patient, a woman, of 57, went
until the forty-third day before she
uroKe ner last, and without any omis
sion or her ordinary dutitw A dis
eased stomnch was cured is the result
ana now, after five years, there has
been no return of the trouble."
Physicians are pretty generally
agreed that- Americans tat too much
especially too much meat. The no
breakfast habit may not be so very
silly after all.
With Mallclona Intent.
Mrs. Gibb I have just been reading
an item to the effect that-o member of
the German parliament once talked 42
hours without stopping. Do you be
lieve that to be true?
Mr. Gibb To be sure I do.
"Then it must be the longest contin
uous performance of that kind on rec
ord, isn't it?"
"Possibly the longest on record, but
there have been private performances
that, throw that completely in the
shade. Why, I know a woman w ho has
talked let me see, dear. Jlow long
have we been married?" Richmond
Why pay 1.75 per gallon for Inferior
paints when oa can bay James E. J
Patton'f inn proof paints for 1.50per
gallon, guaranteed for 5 yean. Clark &
Vm'.k, agent. ml
Too largest and most complete lino of
fall and Inter millinery ever displayed
in the city at the Campbell & Wilson
millinery parlors, Tbo pricet will tell
CIGAR STUBS OF CRIMINALS.
The Have a Generic Similarity
Value as Clews ta Ihe Ua
According to Prof. Hans Gross, of
Berlin, valuable clews toward the de
tection of criminals may be obtained
through an examination of cigar tips.
Of course, this upplies to those who
smoke cigars the tips of which they
carelessly throw away in the street or
elsewhere, says the London News.
"If you pick up any tip," he says,
"and examine it closely the chances are
that you will be able to learn some
thing as to the personality and socia
position of the man who threw it away
In the case of criminals the first point
to be considered Is the manner in whic
it was cut off from the cigar. If
knife or any other Instrument wa
used for this purpose, then this instru
meat will doubtless be found on th
criminal. If, on the other hand, it wa
bit off with the teeth, a thorough ex
animation of the tip will show what
kind of .teeth were used for this pur
"A man with a row of even teeth will
bite off the end of his cigar squarely
and evenly, whereas one with jagged
uneven teeth wiil bite it unevenly and in
such a manner as to leave clearly visi
ble the marks of his incisors. J'y com
paring the marks on cigar tips with th
teeth of suspected criminals prosecut
ing officers and detectives will be abl
toobtain much information which the
could not possibly obtain any otbe
, GIRLS NEVER PAY BETS.
Expect the Men to Settle, Hot Are
Oblivions of. Their Own
The man who makes a bet with a girl
must expect to lose, whichever way
things go. At the Washington park
race course, saya the Chicago Chronicle
thousands of pairs of gloves have been
wagered this season, but the dealers
have not profited except when the men
have been the losers. One who has had
a good daal of experience in betting
with the fair sex said the other day:
"I'd as soon expect diamonds to grow
on trees as I would to have a girl pay a
bet. They have queer notions about its
being made in. fun, and not counting
and all thnt. There's the bet I made
with Lucy Jockman the time the house
pnrty was going down to Jackson park.
She said she d see the lake first, 1 said
she wouldn't, and it was gloves to
gloves, for we both needed them. Well.
she was easy. All I hadi to do was to
keep her talking about the time I
knew the blue water line ought to heave
in sight, and she didn't see at all. Then
I said: 'Lucyi, there it is. Slayibe you
think I got the gloves? Well, I didn't,
Didn t expect to when I made the bet.
But if the shoe had been on the
other foot, mind you if I'd' been the
loser I d have hod to pay up, of course.
If I didn t, Lucy would have called me
down round'y and I d never have heard
the last of it."
"Xo, sir," her brother soliloquized.
"A man who makes a bet with a girl
is sure to be swindled. He goes into it
with'his eves onen. of course, but. he's
swindled just the same. Never saw a
fellow who didn't think the same way.
The only store it
this city where the
ware ta sold.
A little higher in
price, but outlastf
a dozen pieces of so
called cheap enam
Other wares look
like it, but thegenu
ine has the name
Ware on each p iece.
Do not be deceived
First prize at It
award at World i
tion. Chicago Pre
ferred by the best
certified to by the
most famous chem
lata for purity and
durability it n
eled ware is special
ly imported for and
old in this city ex
clusively by us.
It does not rust
nor absorb grease,
does not discolor
nor catch inside; U
notaff ected by acid
in fruits or
Plays & Crowe
psnar TIMS SCMSDULI. :!
JJ 'KOM IUU.SS. OM
Fast Salt Lake, Denver, Ft. Fat
Mall Worth. Omaha, Kan- Mall
12 26 p.m. ana City, i-t. Louis, 106 p in
Chicago sad East.
Atlantic Malt I-aks, Denver, Ft. 4:45 a. in.
Express Worth. Omaha, Kan
12:Ma.in. ana City, He. I.onls,
Via Hunt Chicago and Etui.
Bpokane Walla Walla, Kpekane, Bpokant
Mali Minneapolis, fct. Caul, Mail
and iJ u 1 u t b, Milwaukee, and
Express Chicago and Kaat, via. Express
Spokane ad Hunting
ton; also all points in
J. 25 p. m Washington and East- 8:30. m
8 p.m. Fbom Pobtlsn 4 p.m.
For fcan Francisco
Every Five Pay.
s p. m. 4 p. m
Ex.Bunday Columbia Rv. Steamers., Ex.e)uui'
ITo AtTowA aud Way t
1U p. m.
6a.m. WiLLaXETTi Rives. I:30p. m.
Ei-eiuiidaylOrtgon City, Newberg, Ex.fcuuday
j bak.-m h Way Lund a. i
7 a. m, WlLlAMtTTS AND Yam-I B:30 p. m.
Tuui.lhur. hill (mini. Mou.,Wed
aud tint. Oregon City, Dayton, Slid Fri.
aud Way-1. ending.
SXAXE RlVXR. I.I1TI
Lv P.tpnrla RIparia to l.ewlston. Lkwikton
:tou.ni. 9:00 a. in
Parties demrina: to eo to HepDner or
point nn Columbia southern via tnouia
take No. 2, leaving 1 ho Dulles at 12.40 n. iu.
making diixf t connections at Heppner junction
and Bikks. Returning maklngdireptconnectlon
at tieppner junctum and Mugs itn o. l. sr
riving at -j he 1'allea at 12:30 P-jn- ZJ
For full particulars call on O. . N. Co.'s
agent ihe tialJea. or addreas
W. II. HCRLPTRT.
Gen. Paa. Agt., Portland, Or
SOUTH and EAST via
Tralna leave The Dallea for Portland and vat
auuions at : jo a. m. ana 3 p. m.
.... 8:80a m
7:00 p m
10.50 p m
' Albany ...
Arrive Ashland 12:3:1 a m
" Bacrnmrnto 00 pin
" ban Francisco 7:46 pm
.. 6:45a m
... 9:00 a m
. . 7 : o a in
.. 7:45 a in
9:00 a m
" Kansaa City. . .
Arrive Los Angeles ...
.. l: :0pm
. . 6:00 p m
... 9:.r)5 a m
.. 4:00 a ni
.. 0:'.'5 a m
.. 6:42 a in
7:00 a m
6:00 p m
6;:i0 a m
" Fort Worth
" City ol Mexico .
' New Orleans...
" New York
9:55 a m
4:00 a in
6:25 p ni
6 42 am
12 4.1 p in
Pullman and Tourist cars on hoth tralna.
Chair cars 8acramentn to Often and El Paso,
and tourist cars to Chicago, 6t Louis, New Or
leans ana n asnington.
Connecting at Sun Franelnco with several
steamship linea -for Honolulu, Jftpnn, China,
-niiippiuua, central aua oouin AUiurica.
See agent st The Dalles station, or address
C. H. MARKHAM,
Gcueral Passenger Agent, Port. and, Or
" fc4rf- 50 YEARS'
V "V EXPERIENCE
Anfoti pnrtln n nketrh nnd docriptoTi ma!'
qiik-lcty ftsrtnln nnr opinion free if hut hrr a
hirnntlon ta probnblr pntpntnblA. Coniiriurrt(,fc.
tUimitrict)r Ofialent1f.L Ifmnhnnk on latnt
5cnt free. OWr-nt atzancj tor nocuniifr patents.
Iii.t taken thrmith Munn A Cu. rcclr
tp f rial notice t without chnrtto, ta the
A brxnilfomoly llltintmtM wwllr, l.nrvent rtr-
rnl'itioti of any ri?i:Mtl? 1"iirnui. Tvrnm, f3
Tr: four mmtbss $ byaJI newsfl.-nlerp.
MUNN & Co.30'0' New York
Uiancta umca. Oi V HU Waihiuuton, U. C
FRENCH & CO.,
TRANSACT A KNERALBANKING BCfclNEH
Letters of Credit Issued available in ths
Bik-ht Eichanss sod TeletrrsDliK
Transfers sold on New York, Chicago,
St. Loolfl, Ban Francisco. Portland Ore
iron, Heat tie Wash,, and various points
In Oregon and Washington,
Collections made at ail points on fav
WH. MICHELL, -Undeitaker
Cor. Third and Washington Sts.
All orders attended tr promptly. Long
distance phone 433. Local, 102.
Iioa't ban It In,
Joit wet the affected part freely with
Mysterious Pain Cure, a Sdotcli remedy,
and the pain is gone. Soid by Clarke A
Floral lotion will care wind chapping
and sunburn. Manufactured by Clarks
Special values In Men and Boys cloth-
iDg st the New York Cash t tors.
QuiDBin FaoifiG Oo
. v i -x. v
NOTICE FOR PCBLICATIOX,
Land Orrics at Ths Dallss. On.,
Ht-plnr.tH.-r 1 1, l'JOO.
KMr 1 hereby given that tho lollowlng
named tiler baa tlltl nolice ol her Intention
to make Dual prnot in support ol ber claim, and
that wid proof will be made before the Keguter
and Kwelver at I he iBll, Oregon, on Wednes
day, Ot-totr 24, 1!M), tu:
Janes F. Stewart, ofTh Pallea, Or.,
H. K. So. KM, for the Y.K SK1 SE jr K K qr fee
'25, Tp I N, K 12 E, aud oS qr S A qr tjee 30, Tp 1
S, K U K, t M.
Sb numea the following wltnemei o prove
her rouiiiiuoua rekldeuoe upon and eultivaiiou
of aald land, iiz.: , .
1). L. N'elouu, K. F. 8har-. Jobo Fleming,
Daniel Ktewatt, ail tit The lalles.
aeplS JAY P. LUCAS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laxd Orrics at The Dalles, Ob., t
septeniber, 10, h0. (
Notlcs Is hereby given that the following
named aettler baa tiled notice ol his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that sidd proof will be made beforo the reglkter
and receiver at The La!lei, Oregjn, on Salurday,
October 30, UioO.v U.i
Cnarles II. Matney,
of The Dalles, Oregon, It. E. No. 509, for the 8
hf f K or and V hf bK qr, bee 12, Tp 1 8, K 11
E, W. M.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz.:
A. n, t ox, V, ;. r agan, t nar;ea irosson ana n.
C. Clurk, all of The Dalles, Oregon.
teplj JAV P. LUCAS, lugister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lano Orrics at Ths Dam.sp, Or.,
KeMember 10. KO)
Notice la berebv given that the fullowiDg-
nniiu-d ctller has filed notice ol bis Intention to
make 11 mil proof lnupportuf his claim, and
that axid proof will be made before the Kegistcr
and Receiver at The Dalle", Oregon, on outitr
day, October 20, l'JOO, vIa:
Arrlioua S. Fox,
of The Dalles, Oregon, H. E. No. 5151, for the
S hf NV qr aud W hf MV qr, bee 12, Tp 1 8, K 11
, W. W.
Ho names tho following wltnetses to prove
his routinunus residence upon and cnnivuuon
ol said ltiud, viz:
I. C. Matncy, :. II. Matney, Chnrlcs Gosseu
and W. C. Ciuik,all of Ibe Dailt-s, Oregon.
sepl5 J.1Y P. l.l'CAS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
' Land Orncg at Tuk Daileh, Orb.,
iout 2, moo.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
iiHmcd settler has filed notice of his intention
tion to niiiko final proof In support of bis
cl.iim, and tnnt said proof will be made be
fore the regi.-ter and receiver at The Duller,
Oregon, op eaturday, November 10, liWO, viz:
Calvin .1. Dnnakln,
of Mosier, Or., H. K. No, 5121, lor the SE qr, Sec
31, 1 i , K li l-., n. H.
He names tne following witnesses to prove bit
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of
sain ianu viz:
Michael Doyle. R. E. Doyle, The Dallea, Or.
James M. Drown atd l arl J. E. Carbon, of Mo
JAl t LICA8,
s29 Ke .isivr
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Orncs at Ths Dallss, Or.,
Oct, , luoo.
Notice Is hereby given thnt the following
named settler has hied notice of his Intention
to make final prooi in BUpport of his clulm, and
that said proof will be made before the reginer
and receiver of the V. t. land nlllce at The
Dallea, Or , on Saturday, Nov. lo, l'JOO, viz:
Peter stoller, Jr ,
of The Dalles, Or., H. E. No. B4S7, for the W hf
w qr and bis qr r. qr bee Ji, ip 2 N , U 14 IS
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon aud cultlvutiou
or shiq lann, viz:
John Dulrvniple. Fred Vlckinan. C. C Ene-
list), J. K, Johnson, all of The Dalits, Or.
octo jAi r. lucas, Kegister.
Sale of Real Property.
Notice Is bcrelfy given that under and by vlr
tue of , an order dulv made and entered in the
County Court of Wasco County, Oregon, on the
2Uth day of August., luO), the undersigned, ad
ministrator with the will annexed, of the estate
of Jonathan Juckson. deceased, will, from und
af ler the 1st day of October, WOO, sell at private
saie in me manner provided by law lor the sale
of real property by executors and adininUtra
tors, all the right, title and interest ol the said
Jonathan Jnckson lit and to the following de-
scnoea reni property, being lu Wasco County
The NW'4 of the of section fifteen (15);
the 8H of the 81-; andtlieS'fof the 8WJ4 of
section twenty-two (22): ; the riYM of the bEti
of section fifteen (15), the V.$ of the 1E! arid
the NE of theHEJ of section twenty-two (22),
the Eli of the NE'4 and the 6S of the NE!
anc mo bi-.'4 ol me cr section twenty-
seveu (27), nil in township our '4) aouth, range
fourteen (14) east. W. M.: said sale to be for
cash or upon credit in the manner provided bv
niw lor me sale ol real property upon credit bv
At.-uiora auu auiniuir iraKjrs.
It. K. BAT.TMARBIIK.
Administrator, with the will annexed, of the
estate ol Jonathan Jucksoi:, deceased. sipl-li
Notice is heteSv ctven that IIia nnd
has been duly appointod by the county court of
the state of Oregon, for Wasco county, adminis
trator Of the IKtllU) of Klirulw-th A hilithfrii
deceased. All ticrsons having claiina airalnst
me esiaic oi tuio ueceasea are Hereby notified
to present the same, with the Tinnier vriiifimri
therelor, to me at my oltice In ilijd, Oregon,
niiuiii bia nMiiHUB in,m ine uaie nereoi.
iMiiea Bepteiniicr 24, 19U).
C. II. SOUTHERN.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT,
Notice IS herehV fi-tven that the tir,rlrRlnnu1
have tiled with tt.e Clerk of the comity court of
the titateof Oregon for Wasco countv.thclr rtiiul
senium as execuprs of ma last will and testa
ment oi rienry itarnum, deceased, and that
Monday, the 4th dayol November, won, at the
ouroi luoriiK-i a. m., nas been Mxed by the
"uuij .,iui t iiii iwtiii itouiiiv as ii e iiinn. mho
the county court room in Lialli-a ( Itr ih.
place for hearing of objecilona to a dd llnal ac
count and the settlement of the same.
J. W. KKENLII,
F. I. MAVH,
NOTICE FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice Is hereby given tint the undersigned
has duly filed with the County Cieik of V asco
County, Ongon, his final account and report as
administrator of tlieei-tate of Adolph Agidlus
deceaaed, and that Ihe Honorablo County Court
has fixed Monda),the5th day ol Novemher, Hum,
at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day as the time, and
the County Court room of Hie County Court
house In liallesCliy, Wasco Counly, Oregon, aa
the place for hearing said final account and re
port. All persons interested In said estate are
hereby notlm-d to appear at said time and place
and show cause, II any there be, why said report
should not be approved aud said administrator
Dated this 5th day of October, I'lOO.
,,,.. . J. P. ACilDH'H,
Administrator of thecstateof Adolph Agldlus,
Gkicho Lies Conperel
Carbolineum : Avenarius
The most efficient Wood Preserving (
Paint aleo a Uarllcnl Hnmedy against g
f hicken l.lc. Its application to in- '
aide, walla of piultry houses will per- (
manently cxirmlnal! all llr. Ke- i
aulta- healthy chickens, p entv of "
e. W lite for clrculara and prices. i
.Mention this paper. . a
Jos.T. Peters & Co., J
TIIE DALLIS, OREGON. 4
1. w. acoas.
3I00KE & GAVIN,
. "'lOKNKVg AT LAW
Kooms i snd u, oyer U. 8. Und Office
In the Circuit Court ol the State ol Oregon for
The Oregon Railroad ft Navigation Co.,
John H. Koberg and Emma Koberg, his w ife:
CharU-s H. Graham; John ;oe aud Kicbard
Koe, wheec nanus ara uukaown.
To John H. Koborg, Emma Koberg, hla wife;
Charlea H. tiraham; John lJo aud tticaard
Koe, wboae names are unknown, Defendants:
In the nam ol the 8tate of Oregon:
You, and each of yon, are hereby notified that
the Oregon Kailroad & Navigation Company
baa filed a complaint against vou In the circuit
(ourt of the f lute ol Oregon for the County of
Wasco, and you are hereby required to appear
and auawer si Id complaint on or before Ibe last
day ol the Mine precrlbed by the order ol pub
lication, that is to aay on or before Saturday,
the 10th dar ol November, 1900, Vou are further
notified that II you lail lo appear aud answer
the complaint, or plead thereto, at said time,
the plaintiff will cause your default to been
tered and will apply to the court for the relief
prayed for In the complaint: that la to say that
an assessment ol the damage which will result
Iroin the appropriation by the plaintiff of the
six tracts of land first herelnait-r deicribed, and
also from the appropriation by the plaintiff of
the right to borrow eartb, atone, gravel and
other uiateiial from the five tracts of laud here
inafter described be bad, and that on payment
of the dnmagea so assessed into the hands ol the
clerk ol this court by the plaintiff, jadginent be
given approprlating-snid pioperty,aud all of It,
to the plaiutiff.
The six tracts of land which are sought to be
appropiiated heiein and which are above re
ferred to, are particiilaily bounded aud de
scribed as loiiows, to-wii:
Tract One Beginning at a point In the easter
ly original right of way line of the railroad, which
point is liils feet north and 2oO feet east from
the quarter corner between sections thirty one
(.il) aud thirty-two (SJ), township three (S) north,
range eleven (II) east Willamette llerldisu, and
50 feet distant Iroin and measured at right
angles to the revised center Hue; thence soulh
easierly or. a curve to the left, having a radius
of 2242 feet a distance of 327 feet to a point which
U i) feet distant from anil measured at right
angles to the revisd center line, thence parallel
wills snid revised center lino and 30 feet distant
northerly tberefroin and on a course bearing
south 60 degrees 61 minutes east a distance of
2:W feet to a point In the south line of said lot
lour (I); thence west along said south lino a
distance ol 20,3 feet to a point which is 5) leet
distant from and measured at right anglea to
the revised center line; thence north CO degrees
61 minutes west a distance of 00 feet to a point;
thence on a curve to the right, haviug a radius
of 28 12 feet a distance of '.W feet to a point In the
original light of way line of the railroad, which
point is 50 leet distant from and measured at
right anglea to the revised center line; thence
northwesterly along said original ritht of way
line a distance of 2ots feet to the place of begin
ning, continuing Mi acres.
Tract two Beginning at a point 1320 feet eaxt
and S70 left north irom tne quaiter corner be
tween said sections imrty-one (oil ana iniriy-
two (:f2), township three (;l) north, range eleven
(11) east Willamette Meridian, which point is 50
feet distant from and measured at riitht angles
to the revised center line of the rnllroan; thence,
on a course bearing south 00 degress 51 minutes
east, para'l 1 with and 50 feet distant southe' ly
from said revised center line a distance of
feet to a point; thence on a curve to the right
having a radius of l:KI feet a distance of :M) feet
to a point on the southerly original right of way
line ul the railroad; thence northwesterly along
said original rig lit of way line a distance of 10U3
feet to a point on the west line of lot three (:i),
section thirty-two CI2; thence south 10 feet to
the place oi beginning, containing 1.2 acres
Tract three Beginning at a point on the otlg
lnal right of way line of the railroad, which
point is 2 4)2 feet f ast from the quattcr c rner
between sections thirty-one and thirty-two ;I2,
township three 31 north, rango eleven 111 eut
Willamette Meridian, thence east along the
south line of lot three S, section tlilrly-two :!2
a distance ol 18 feet to a point which is 'i0 leet
distant iroin ana measured n rii;nt angles ta
tne revised center line; the ce on a course bear
ing norm 41 degrees 40 minutes west a di -lance
ol 220 feet to a point In the original right of wny
lino of the railroad; thence southeasterly along
said original rlnlit of way lino a distance of liM
feet to tho place of b ginning, containing .Ori
Tract four Beirlnnlne at a nolr.t on the otic
lnal right of way line of the railroad, which
point is '. feet west and 1'Jli feet north from
the southesst corner of said section thirty-two
(:i2), township three :!) north, range eleven (II)
east Willauiitte Meridian; thence onaoourse
bearing north Si. degrees 25 minutes west a dis
tance of 210 feet toa point: thence on a curve to
tho light having a radius of 3224 feet a distance
of 51.1 feet to a point which Is 50 leet distant
from aud measured at rlaht angles to the re
vised center line: thence northerly at right nn-
Rles to Ihe revised center line a distance of 10
leet to a point which Is W1 leet distant from nnd
measured at light angles to the revised center
line tnence on a curve to the rmiit havlne a
radius of 1K50 feet a distance of 770 feet to a
point; thence southwesterly at right auglui to
the revised center line a distance of lo feet to s
point which la i) feet distant from and meas
ured at right angl to the revised center line:
thence on a curve to the rlalit havlne a mditia
oi inu reel a oistauce ol iu Icet lo a point on
the westerly Hue ol lot two (.') said section
thirty-two (:12). which point i 50 feet distant
irom una measured at light ang'es to Ihe re
vised center line of the railroad; thence due
south ) feet to a point III the original right of
way lincof the railroad: thence southeast nlona
said oilglual rtuht of way line a distance of IM5
ict to tne place oi bes-iiming, coiitsinlng 1.04
Tract five-Bcelnnlna- at a nolnt on Ihe orl.
lnal right ol way line of the railroad, which
point is 21H feet west and lM leet north from
'he southeast corner of said section thirty two
(32), township three (:?) north, range eleven (11)
east Willamette Meridian, and 50 feet distant
Irom and measured at right amrlea lo the re
vised center line: thence on a curve to t lie left
having a radius of l:fs.i feet parallel with aud 50
feet distant from said revised center line a dis
tance of 77K fi-et to a mil n t on the orlo I mm I ih.
erly right of way line of the railroad; thence
easterly and southeasterly along said original
right of way line a distance of MO feet lo the
place of beginning, coutaiuCig .M acres.
Tract six Besinnlni- at a nolnt on th it
Ineof said section thirty-two (;!. which mint
ItlM feet north from the sonilipuut
said section thirty-two, (32), townhlp three ()
north, range eleven (II) east Willamette Meri
dian, and 50 Icet distant Irom and measured at
right angles to the revised center line; tneucc
on a course bearing north 7 degrees 35 minutes
west a distance of 62 feet to a point In the orig
inal right of way line of tho rui'roail: II.imi,,
northwesterly along said orlaiual right of way
line a distance of IU2 feet to a point which Is L0
fi-et d intaut from and measured at right sn(les
to the revised center line; thence on a course
bearing south 57 degrees 35 minutes east paral
lel with and 50 leet distant from ,!,! ni,..l
center line a distance of U,7 feet to the east line
of said lot one (I); thence aoulli 121) Icet to the
nice : rx-girinlus;, conlnlning ,ilaciea.
The five tracts of land which aro above re
;rnil to and Ihe riant to 1-XCMVHte atifl h.ipsi,i
-arth, stone and ara-el and miier mnirii r
which la souaht to be appropriated herein ate
particularly dusctibed as follows, to-wit:
Tract I From that frnr t Ivlnv ,niii,pi i...
tract nuniher one above mentioned and be
tween tho right of way therein described and
the original riaht of line ir ih...uii....H
between Htatlon 13:19 plus K, of tho revised cen
,ei '!"."' '"r""rHid, and the south Una of
our (i;, contitiniiig .on acres.
Tract two Also from thwr trt nr. r....s i
width lying southerly from tract nu in her two
and contiguous to the rlaht ol way therein d
scrlll ,) between rttatlon l:W-S) aud Hlatlon
LI-nMIUol Hie revlsett center line of th.
Tract Ihreo Also from that tsct i, i. i i....
two U) and thri-e (.'I coriiliriinna t.. ..
esslerly Irom Ihe right ol way deaoilbcd in
tracts nuui'ercd three snd lour and between
Htatlons LMaiid :fi0l the revised center Hue
ol the railroad, being a trlansular pli-e 2l' fwt
In width at said Station 13,0 and converging lo
"""'"-' ion or tne orivinal right
way Hue at Station 1:il. contnii.i... it.
Tract four Also from ih.t ... ,j i .
ildth Ijlng soiithielr Irom tract numtH-r live
fid eoiitliriif him iik il,,, .ii....a ...
I ii . . . . " wny iiierein lie-
' stf f 11 ' betwi'n Htatlons I.IHH and l.MI plua
. .. - Vi, , ,,iiV ui me railroad, con.
talnlng .05 acres. '
tJj?tr JVA'"0 jm" "t tract lying between
th right of war di scrlbed In tract number l
am l.e orlglnafrlghtol way line of Ih. mllj-o,,!
at lb.-tw.-..nHtntl.. :M , Ih. revised center
line of the railroad and the east line of ,,,1.1
section thirty two (.r.), containing .05 acres.
All of tald premise am situated In Iota I, 2. a
e:.lta.i;.rl;;.?,.,,',, " '-
mTT iln!f ?f V" Publication of this snm-
.)tl',?:.i''M,h" 'V Vol'HcatloiiH.turday.th;
ahJ l ilT i m' r?11"' ''"".snd aald summon,
laid prcal "" U""m "' "n
Horil,w'UTlnu".,,! "'"llshc-l by order of the
Hon. W. L. Uradshaw, judge ol th. H.y.mh
Jullclal District of Otwns ,
and daled September 2?l.mka el
W. U. WILSOV.'
Attorneys for n,,,
In the Circuit Courtol the St.i...
W.scoCounty: ' 8ta,eo' Otejo,
Ius opeichlnger, Plaintiff,
Henry Speichitiger, Defendant
In the name of the State of Oreron
tbe complaint filed against joTl,,K,n'
entitled auu on or before the J, b,"".
lime prescribed in the order for t hZ J? 'H.
of Ibis summons, to-wlt,on or be oV??lM,,'
uLve weevs from the a-jth dar !ilew
lU0, which said 2tri a, $ &lWmZ.
the date ol the first publlcsu.; -
mons, to-wit: Yo t are required to.,1"'
anawer said complaint on or before th?K
of .November, laoo, which said loth ,2
vember, Wo. 1. the Ust day of tS.
seribea In the order lo, the Vubllcau "
aumraona.and II you fail to uw l " a
thereof plaintiff will apply to the ''
court for the relief prayed f" l,p&
plaint to-wit: That the boiS.i'if',?
heretofore and now exlstine bntweuAi nn"'uy
defendant b. disWdved snd heWh,?''"'
plaintiff and defendant be I T s A "
vorced from each other, and that!'"
name be changed to her maiden Mmt"f
Iua Pojle, and lor aach othnr "it.
as to the ootitt may seem iust ami ..f ,?,"'
This summons is served u,k,T,Tu T
8ichinger, the above named de Glaf.?
publication thereof In Xua IIallss ? k'
CHHOK1CI.S for six consecutive u.s.k""-t
of Hon vv I. k,.H.k.r , .. ." "etts by ota.
entitled court, which order w mad''l"U",
bears date ol September 27. i.kmi m,waiaai
SID aEU "-GATES.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Kotlce la hereby given that the nndr,i 1
baa duly filed with the county clerk oTi
county, Oregon, his final account and rltZ1
executor of the estate of Phoebe J. w,,"
ceased; and that the honorable countvc,',,,,
fixed Monday, the 5tl day of Novemher ,1?"
10 o clock a. m. of said day as lh-i i me
county court room in the poimr .. 'u "u
Dalles City. Wasco co.intv. ii,-,,; . ulei
lor Louring said Una! account and report
All Jjeraons interested lu said estate art ken.
by notitled to appear at said time aud Mars ,2
show cause, if any there Ic, why mui i
abould not be upproved and said exwutoVdl
Dau-d '.hla 29th day of September, wo
. ...... FK.A'.K MENEPEI.
r-jKUBH ui iuo estate ol hhuehe J. Uui.M
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
Land Ofkice at Ths 1aiiii, oe i
.... , . . September li, luoo. ' (
Notice- la hereby given that the follow! nr.
named settler b.a filed notice of her inr.n Z
to make final proof in support of tier claim 3
that said proof will be made be'ore the mr'isier
and receiver ut '1 he Dalles, Oregou.oa WeJnes.
day, October 24, HAW, viz; .nln.
Ella K. Vlckera,
widow ol Samuel J. Vickers. deceased, of Us
sier, Oregon,. H. E. No. 5i':. for the N SWu
and N W rkc 15. Tp 2 N, K 12 E, W. s? "
She names ths following witnesses topmre
her i ontluuous residence upon and culUvstioa
ol said laud, viz.;
tieorne Itenoe, of The Dalles, Orcgm; Jsnin
Miler, Lee Kvans, Eric (irunland, Miier,0r.
pl5 JAY P. LUCAS. Kegister.
8. Land Offick, Ths Dallks, 0b.,I
Bcpteinoer l 1900.
A sufficient contest affidavit havuubeen flirt
In this office by Joseph II. Hherar, cootestsnt,
against hoinesie id entry No. 7152, mnde Junes.
1XU9. lorHbf NW qr Heo 2, and E hf KEqrsn
SJ, Tp 8 R 14 E, by William (illl nu-su, in
which It la aliened that said William GUI hu
wholly abandoned said tract and changed hit
residence therefrom lor more than six montbn
since making said entry, and next prior to dstv
of contest; and that he did not abandon tlx
tract to enter the military or naval serviced
the United States, said parties are hereby noti
tled to apjiear, respond and oiler evidence touch
ing said allegation at 10 o'clock a. in. on October
27, l'.KW, belore tho register and receiver st the
United Ktstea land ottlce in The Dalles, On.
The said contestant having, in a proper ifJ
davit, tiled August 11, l'.HX), set forth hv-U which
show that after due diligence iiersonal aorvic
of thla notico can uot be mail.-, it is nerrbT
ordered and dliected that such notice bs given
by due and proper publication,
sepia JAY P. LUCA3, Register.
T. A. Van Norden
Keeps constnntly on hand a large and varW
lino of all that fa Iwst In Watches. Jewiirr,
Clocks, Ksetncles, KieldtilanseB.siilverwsre.ilA
at prlnes lhat dely competition. Mall orders in
tended to with proinptnesa and dispatch, in-
graving neatly done. sngJ
Yellowstone Park Line.
THE D1N1X0 CAR ROUTE FROM P0ltTUM
TO TUE EAST.
THE ONLY DIKKCT LINE TO THK YELLOW-
Union Depot, Finn and I Sis : "
Fast mall forTncomu,
feattle, Olympla, (iray's.
Harbor and Houth llendi
I points, up. sane, rio
;lnd, B. C, rullmKi'.i
Miw-ow, Ilstoii, Huf-
11:15 A. ll.lfalollunipinlnlnKCoiiii-,
I try, Helena, Minnisino
Ills, HI. Haul, Omaha,
Kansas Clly, rU. iiuls,
Chicago and all points!
oast and southeat.
I'nget Hound Hxpres-a
M.lfor Tacoma and heaillel 7,00 A.
land Intermediate points
rnllnian flrst class and tourni aim
Minneapolis, HI. Haul and Missouri rivet P"
without chanso. nntlo
Veatlhiilert trains. Union depot eonne
In all prlncltMl cltle. ,i-su.
Haggago oherkel to destlnat on of tl'
Kor handsomely lllnsi,atc.lderlpUT'",
tickets, .let-plug car reservations, etc..
A. D. CHARLTUrx,
. . ...,.
Assistant tiencrai ri'rr;
son Htieet,orneT Third, Portland-.
jjr. b. st, wmntii ntis,
rii)sicinn and Sorgcon.
Offloe, Vogt Blocs (over P.istoBoe).
Thysician aud Sargeon,
ipwlsl sttenUon fln w ,or," fwt
Tel. Ruoms 21 sad Jl.