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THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1800.
133 Second Street,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
rcoPLt coming and going.
John Roth, Klngsley, It in the city.
Mr. J. W. Stewart, of Corvallie, ar
' rived in the city. last evening and left
today for Prinevllle. '
W. H. Edrick aud 'Peter Feldhaosen
.' were registered at the Umatilla Uonse
lait night from Mount Hood.
W. T, Gardner, superintendent of the
Boy' and Girls' Aid Society, of Port
land, is in the city on businees connect
ed with the home. - - ;
Attorney Wallace McCarnmant, Judge
Thomas O'Day and Colonel C. . 8.
Wood, of Portland, are in the city on
bnsiness connected with the suit of
O'Rlley yi. the Colombia Southern
W. H. Qulnn, of Griizley, Crook
connty, arrived here today from Hunt
ington, Oregon, where be disposed of all
hie iheep. After a rest of a year or so
he expects to go back into the sheep
Dr. T. W. Huntingtoni of Sah Fran
Cisco, arrived here on the noon train in
answer to a - dispatch announcing his
brother J. M.'t illness. Unfortunately
he was not able to reach here till the
" Hon. W. H. H. Dufur was in town
' today accompanied by Mrs. Dufur.
Mrs. Gurtis, of La Grande, is visiting
with her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Kirby,
of this city.
J. D. Wilcox, of Grass Valley, was in
town last night, the gueet of the Uma
James Mackin, a pioneer stockman of
southern Sherman county, is registered
t the Umatilla House. '
. Frank Baker, formerly state printer,
is in the city accompanied by Mrs.
Baker. They are the guests of their
son-in-law, B. H. Giant.
A, J. Dttfur, who has been suffering
for about six weeks from a broken lee,
came in today from Dufur on his way
to join his family at Portland.
New from School. -
The second quarter of the fall term
closes this week. With the close of the
quarter come the examinations upon
the work done during J he last font
weeks. In the high school we have a
new rule under which all pupils whose
class standing is ninety-five per cent or
over may be excused from examination.
The scarlet fever, which had almost
become an epidemic, bus been greatly
circumscribed by the action of the city
council regarding quarantine regula
tions. The regulations of the council
were fully endorsed by the school board,
and strong efforts are being made by the
teachers to carry thera out.. Though
there are number of pupils out of
school now on account of the disease, it
is hoped that by this close attention to
quarantine rules the fever may be
Wednesday a gentleman representing
the military school at San Rafael called
at school looking for prospect ive stu
dents. This reminds nt that with the
school facilities of today, preparing for
II professions and vocations in lite, no
one need be without at least a rudi
mentary education. Military officers of
high rank speak of this school at San
Rafael as one of the best of the kind in
the United States. -,
On Wednesday morning sample bal
lots were distributed to each pupil of
toe high school so that we might see
bow the voters of Oregon east the ballot
for president on Tuesday, and Prof.
Landers announced that though it was
a little late to be counted in, we might
boll an eketion by the Australian plan
of balloting when we have time and
wjte for electors for president and vice-p-etident.
Twelve boys from the high school
have organized a glee club as an ad
junct of the literay society. The hearty
encore they received at their first ap
pearance on Friday afternoon has en
couraged tbem to take up regular prac
tice every other day at close of school.
The eighth grade was invited to the
society exercises last Friday. These,
with the visitors, filled the assembly
J4ei?e cue ape Again I
glad to announce to the people
and vicinity that we have secured another lino of mau
ufacturcrs'; samples, of Ladies' and Misses' Jackets and
Wool Knit Underskirts. We guarantee that our prices
on these goods are from 30 to 50 per cent below any
other store in The Dalles. Call early and get your choice
Our Knit Skirts are 50c, G5c, 75c, 90c, $1.10, $1.20
$1.25, $1.58 and np.
room ot the high school and made an
appreciative audience. .The program
was interesting throughout. The nu
merous rt" citations were pleasing and
the instrumental and vocal selections
intervening received merited applause.
Last came the society paper, which con
tained some interesting things, particu
larly the article on the prevalent use of
totr language and slang. The too com
mon use of slang Is the besetting sin of
American speech today. - W. C.
It Happened In Ding Store.
' "One day last winter a lady came to
ray drug store and asked for a brand of
cough medicine that I did not have in
steck," says Mr. C. R. Grandin, the
popular druggist of Ontario, N. Y, "She
was disappointed and wanted to know
what cough preparation I could recom
mend. I said to her that I could freely rec
ommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and that she couid take a bottle of the
remedy and after giving it a fair trial if
she did not find it worth the money to
bring back the bottle and I would refund
the price paid, In the course of a day
or two the. lady came back in company
with a friend ill need of a cough medicine
and advised her to buy a bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. I consider
that a very eood recommendation for
the remedy." It is for sale by G. 0.
Biakeley, the druggist.
SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY'.
The new German dictionary of the
carbon compounds names 74,147 of
these substances, and the end is yet
The British consul at Copenhagen
calls the attention of persons trading
with that country to the-necessity of
registering t heir trnde-markasin Den
mark., . .,
"Nature" notes a remarkable fact
in connection with the West Indian
hurricane of September, 1898. It ap
pears that before the hurricane one
of the tamest and "commonest birds
on the island of St.- Vincent was a
small humming bird, but none of
these birds have been seen since Sep
.American inventive genius is more
active than that of all other countries
combined, and for the year ending
July, 1900, has been more in evidence
than ever, patents granted for the pe
riod number 26,540, or more than 5,000
over those of previous years.
"Last year's output of manganese
was the largest on record, 800,000 tons,
divided as follows: Russia, 360.000
tons; Spain and Portugal, 140,000
tons; India, 77,000 tons; Brazil, 62,-,
000 tons; Turkey and Greece, 51.000
tons; Chili, 37,000 tons; France, 28,-
000 tons; ( uba, 15.0CO tons; Japan
5,000 tons; other countries, 10,000
tons. The annmil consumption in Eu
rope Is about 600.000 tons and that of
the United States 200,000 tons.
Among some remarkable lunar
photographs made by Messrs. Loewv
and I'uiseaux, of the University of
raris, is a stereoscopic image of the
whole hemisphere of .the moon, the
direction of light giving relief and
showing very strikingly the details
or craters and mountainous regions,
The picture was obtained by taking a
plate of the moon at ten day and
another at 20 days, enlarging" these
60 times, and carefully placing side by
According to Herr Keinmann. there
ia no relation between rancid paste
ana the odor of butter and the quan
tity of free acid found in It. The
greater the amount of raseiue and of
milk sugur In butter, the more quick
ly does it heroine Trtncid. It does not
appear that light anil air exercise any
direct influence upon the process.
Butter made from sterilized . cream
will rtirely become rancid, but if
brought into contact with rancid but
ter it will turn in a few day,-
Strayed from my place on the bluff,
s 2-year-old Jersey heifer; dehorned;
ear mark on both ears ; branded bar Z on
both hips. Liberal reward paid for her
ol0-4tw Bert Baolkt.
Subscribe for Tni Chhonici.i.
i " .
of The Dalles ' .
The Place to Save Money.
Heir in Fact. "What does heir at
law mean?" ."Virtually the same aa
attorney at law." Detroit Journal.
Mabel "Harry compared me with
sparkling wine last night." ' Clara
"Because you have improved with age,
Ipresume." Philadelphia North Amer
ican. . He (with the contempt of a boy of
16) "(iirla always giggle more than
boys." She (with the ac-uteness of 15)
"That's Uecause they have to look at
boys." Stray Stories.
McGarigle "'Tis said thim doodshas
a pair o soospinders for every pair o'
pants. Schwartz "Veil, so haf I." Mc
Garigle "How ninnny pair of pants
do yez own?" Schwartz "Vun."'
Practical Grammar. Teacher
"Now, Tommy, give me a sentence, and
theu we'll change it to. the imperative
form." Tommy "The horse draws the
wagon.". Teacher "Now put it in the
Imperative." Tommy "Get ux!"
Its Reason for Being. "But why,'
asked the .amateur anarchist, for the
.twentieth time, "why do we need any
law at all? ' "Law," said the flippant
person, "ia necessary for the conserva
tion of our own property nnd "other
people's morals." Indianapolis Press.
The Boy Told Him. After a recent
supper in the rural district a clerical-
looking individual arose to respond to
a toast. "Whatamlhereforto-night?"
was the question he opened with. 'To
eat!', shouted a hungry small boy.
near the door, "lou ve done drinked
six cup of coffee an' swallered the last
biscuit on the plate!," Atlanta Con
It is much easier to be polfte and
neighborly than to fly into a passion
when things don't suit you. Take this
note, for instance, addressed by a lady
to the woman who lived next door:
'Dear Madam: lour children, who
ure numerous and appear to be disor
derly, no doubt deserve the frequent
floggings you give them; but, as my
nerves' ere weak, I write this to ask
if you can't do something to deaden the
Bound!"---N. O. Times-Democrat..
FAMILY LIVES IN A TREE.
Rew Jersey Mmm Who Has Ilullt Him
self a Home Well Above
John Rausch, of Haledon, N. J and
his family live up a tree. A more
unique habitation cannot be imagined.
In the branches of a big oak he has
built his home. It is perched among
the leaves and over the top of the
queer abode towers the top of the
tree, fornitng.its chief roof.
ltnusch, says a letter to the St. Louis
Republic, is a Grrman laborer who has
worked around Haledon for five years,
lie has seldom earned 'more thnn a
dollar a day. He grew tired of paying
rent and, with the German's love of
owning a home of his own, he tried
to buy some property from the real
estate dealer of the place, William
Buschtnan. The latter owns nearly all
the land in that vicinity, and is anxious
to have the property improved. He
told KaiiM'h he would give him a nice
lot for little money if he would build
a houte. True the lot was far away
from the road, but it was dry and well
situated. It was covered with fine
trees, and an especially majestic oak
grew in thecenter.
After paying for the lot Rausch
found he hadn't money enough to start
the house he bad promised to build.
His wife and three small children ate
up his meager earnings. Buschman
told h!ni he would have to give up the
lot if he didn't begin the house.
Rausch thereupon secured a number
of big boxes. He had conceived the
idea of making the branches of tht
tree serve for upright and timber.
The nail in the boxes were sufficient.
On the strong lower branches he
crossed and recrossed the boards. It
mnde a very uneven floor, but the
branches were strong and the board
would not slip. The house is circular,
but very irregular.'
Above all there is a smaller structure
that Rausch call bis garret. When
the wind blow the whole structure
shake and awing like a hammock.
yet the whole family live there.
win TVvii.r- Wasted
Four Million Dollar. Waited
Growing and Caring.
Experts Spain I"Jr
"The prejudice which exiated until
ciuite recently in tula counuirj
against the domestic grown lemon
fast disappearing and American con
tumrra of the fruit are beginning to
appreciate the fact that aa fine lem
on can now be obtained from south
rrn California as ever came from
Mediterranean ports," remarked
h.'isal3 fruit merchant in New
York to a Washington Star writer
the other day, . "Indeed, aa far as
shape, size, pungency and good keep-
irijf qualities are coucernea me
fornia product has within the past
four yeurs become a dangerous rival
of the best Italian ana bimnisn iruu
The annual consumption of lemona
in the United States amount to about
S.OOO.OCO boxes. In 166 Italy and
Spain supplied ua with 4,700,000 boxes
of lemons and 300,000 boxes were
grown in California. Last year there
were imported from Mediterranean
countries 3,800,000 boxes of lemona
and l,20O,0CO boxes of the fruit came
from the Pacific coast. This year the
importation of lemons will be con
siderably smaller than ever before.
and, providing the present high stan
dard of the California fruit is main
tained, the grower of the state will
in the course of a few seasons suc
ceed in drivjng -.the Mctrlierjanctm
lemons from our markets, just aa they
have driven out the foreign prunes
and raisins. , .
"While lemons have been grown in
southern California for over a nun
dred years, the cultivation . of the
fruit as a commercial Industry dates
only from 1S82.' In that year the
first grove was started on a large
scale nt Riverside with the -intention
of producing fruit to compete in the
eastern markets with that imported
from Italy and Spain. The zeal for
lemon growing soon spread to Po'
niona valley, to Santa Barbara, Veri'
tura, Ontario and Pasadena, where
the growers, in trying to make the
cultivation of the fruit a profitable
Industry, met with a great many dis
couragements and failures for the
first half dozen years. '
"The trees grew and bore some ex
cellent fruit, but while it vas found
that a shapely, thin-skinned and juicy
lemon could be produced on the trees,
it was found a difficult task to cure
the fruit so that it would not only not
rot and show blemishes, but. would
retain its pungency and oiliness of
peel, as well ns its full acid juiciness,
from the picking season in winter
until the following summer, when it
was wanted by the consumer.
' "The art of curing lemons was only
properly learned by the CalifOrniana
in 1807, when the principal lemon
grower clubbed together nnd sent
experts over to Italy and Spain to
learrt the business, and now they are
producing excellent results. To make
the lemons sour they ore picked be
fore they begin to turn yellow.; The
fruit is tben put in a curing house,
where it is kept at a temperature of
about 50 degrees for some 20 days,
which 'sweats out'-all the sugar. It
ia then removed to another temper
ature for 60 days more before it is
ready for the market. Thus the high
est degree of acid and the largest de
gree of juice is obtnincd. One of the
curious effects of this 'swenting proc-.
ess is to reduce the thickness of the
skin. It originally grow thlek and
tough, but the acid seems to eat it
up,. Rough estimates put the capital
invested in California in growing and
curing lemons with all the appurten
ances at $4,500,000.
"The person whose knowledge of
lemons is limited to an occasional pur
chase of a dozen will be surprised to
learn that there are 17 distinct va
rieties grown In California and Flor
ida. . These differ in size, shape, qual
ity and skin and in keeping qualities.'
But there are only four varieties that
have any popularity in California and
in eastern markets. These nr. th
Eureka, Lisbon, Villa France and Bon-
jiie Brae." . .
Secret lataet Poor Ceatarle.
Chinese porcelain was common In
Europe for 400 years before a Ger
man potter succeeded in finding out
the process of making it. The Chinese
pottery is scattered ell over the world,
and everywhere valued; but nowhere
wa the distribution more curious
than lu western Canada. Early in the
century a Chinese junk was cast away
on the Pacific coast of America just
south of Vancouver Island, and it car
go. of willow-pattern plates fell into
the hands of the Hudson Bay com
pany's officers. Still in the remotest
trading posts of the fur traders a few
fine specimens remain. Cincinnati In
quirer, Drying preparations iraply devel
op dry catarrh they dry op the secretion,
which sdhere to the membrane and decom
pose, cunning a far more serious tronble than
the ordinary form of catarrh. Avoid all dry
ing inhalants, fumes, smokes and annus
and use that which cleanses, soothes and
heals, Ely's Cream Palm ia such a remedy
and will cure catarrh or cold in the head
easily and pleasantly. A trial size will be
mailed for 10 cants. All druggfsta sell the
COc. size. Ely Brother, 60 Warren St., N,Y.
The Balm cures without pain, docs not
irritate or eanse aneezin g. Its) treads itself
over an irritated and angry surface, reliev
ing immediately the puiuf til inflammation.
With Ely's Cream Bului you are armed
against Nasal Catarrh and Hay Fever.
Clark A Falk srs never dosed Sunday.
.Don't forget this.
. Advertise letter.
Following Is the 'list of letters remain
Ing in the postoffke at The Dalles an-
In' for November 9, 1900. Persons
, h ,.me .ill give date on
which they were advertised:
Allen, Mrs Nellie Allen. Albert
Allen, Mabel Adams, M V '
Borns, Thomas Bishop, James
Bartell, U A (2) Bowers, Georg
Bell, Miss Ada Cbingan, Mrs J L
Clark, E ', " Chase, Mrs Lena
Clark, Mrs B p Clark, Mrs Ann
Davis, John Douglas, Jo F
Diabrv, Archnr Dooghty, FA
Estabrcok, Mrs FM Huber, Mrs J
Hummel, Mrs H Johnston, Mrs Villa
Lyons, J L Maboney, Mrs S P
Marshall, Mrs B (3) Morris, J
Psffenbetger, A Prater, Cap
Riveare.Fred' Snyder, Albert .
VanaveryJ H M Williams, Lilla '
Wiilinms, MUs In :
Private School Day ar Evening.
Persons desiring instruction in Eng
lifh branches, ornamental penmanship,
short hand, shaue-pen writing, free
baud , drawing-, book-keeping, higher
mathematics, vocal music, etc., please
call first door second floor west of Cur
tis' mill, Second street. Foreigners
taught to read and write English in a
few leseont. "
u8-2wdAw Prop. Z. E. Freeh.
We offer for limited period -the
twice-a-week Chronicle, price $1.50,
and the Weekly Oiegonian, price $1.50,
both papers for $2 year. Subscriptions
under this offer must be paid in ad
vance. . tf
or girl to
A woman or girl to take care of a
child, live months old. Apply to
: P. Hkjcsisgson,
o3U3t Moaier, Orr
A few choice Hereford bull calves eli
gibla for registration. Inquire of
nl 4tdw J. L. Kei.lv, The Dalle.
Attorney at Law
We represent some of the largest Ore
insurance companies in the world.
We have a large list of property, both
city ana country, for sale and rent.
We have money to loan on real estate
security, at reasonable rates of interest.
We do all kinds of conveyancing, and
are tne exclusive owners lur Kice s svs
tern cf abstracting, which precludes the
possibility of mistakes in looking np
tines 10 real estate.
Any one having nrocertv for sale or
rem win una it to their advantage to
leave 11 in our nanus.
Collections and all leeal business left
in our care will receive nromDt atten
tion. Will practice in all the court ol
the itate. Correspondence Dronint.lv
. - . .
Offices: Washington street, next tn
T" tan , '
r rencn a v;o. s
General Mill Work
Z C Manufnrtun r and I icalers in .
Sash and Doors, Rustic, Flooring,
, Pine Lumber, Mouldings, Eto.
BEE HIVES AND ntUIT BOXES
I Of All Kinds..;.,.
Third Street. f The Dalles. Oregon
In the County Court of the Stite of Oregon for
the l.'onntjr of V.'asr-o.
In the matter ol themtsteof Lcnls Sehwa
oacher, deceawd. Notice la hereby alien that
tho tinderaiiiied baa been duly appointed ad-
.. ..,..,.,1,1, n win annexed, 01 tn a
tate Of lxlllS .Slhwahiuher. ill
bavins claims against the estate nf Laid
nereoy notinen to present them,
duly verllied, to the titidenfftited at bla otttee lit
."Mfmiiii 01 rioiaenner, juayer Com
P"'rln Ibe City of Portland. Oroion, within
...ui. ,i..m 111, u.i, nflnflii.
iaiea inn 17m d;it of October, NXK).
, 80J.OS40N 1I1KMI H, Adm!nltrtor.
V.'-ri 1.71., b Ot BUNION,
Attorneys for Administrator.
oct 20 tit
notice la herv-hv olvn k. - 1 .
has been appointed by the Bounty court of
nakco county. Onvon. ailinli,i.ti. .u-
bavins claim sea nit th. i.i. h.!k. .
'I'lL"1 2. P""1' to me. duly verified.
1 S?H J? ii 1montn, ,rm the dale hereofi
awivmuvi SUa IVUW,
GEO, r. RORH,
hbndiily appointed by the connty court 0
the state of Oregon, for Waaco county adminla
deCjo' - I Kllbelh AVbuln,
ine estate of ald decvaaed are hereby notlflnt
opreeenrthe.ame, with thep"rouih"2
"1. Ul monfh" '"'" he date here. f. '
Dated Mvptcmber U, 11.
U. II. BOUTIIERI
A. Y. MARSH will give a
tnrkey shoot on the beach
Three Days -,
Nov. 27th, 28th and 29th
There will also bs pigeon
tran spooling at the same
tlms and place.
In the CircDlt Couitof the ....
Wweo county: O,,neo
Iaa ipelchiner, PlslnUfr, ,
Henry Spelchluger. Uefend1Bt
In . the name ol the 8ute of Ore.,.
ou are h.rtby riuiri , 72?:
entitled tuit on or Ui"vi .h'.
time preribd in th ,
" " V "--ii.nn or h......
m..Ds, uvwlt: You
ot NovembeMyuu, which mmT bZ
teribed in the order for the wiWiJ"
thereof pLiutifrwiu?,,;.!. J".f fcr
court for the relief prw uOV,6.
plaint, to-wit: Th th;Ita,te'B,U,r,ai
heretofore od uoHMLiin.T"1 f,J.
defendant bedlsolvd and held h?rm,,s!
l'ln"T n.defendt be iB iaa;
voreed from esch other, d tbLttt,r
nme be changed to her m.id,tL
aa to the eourt mar Mem imt ami 'urlhwfc
Thi. .ummor. i, wrvid u1
BpeiebiWr, the above mLjTV
publieali-.u th-reof in Th d.?"1
cuaomcLS for six cooscutiv.Jit ?u
ot Hon. W. L. Kr.dh"w? I d m1'
entitled court, which order i? 2L
bears date of oupteiLber 27, lioo
" ' Attorney forrkSut
KOTICE FOB PUBLICAT10X
Laud Ornc at Thi D1LLI, (
Notice I. hfrebjr alven thartbtlL
to make final proof in aupport oi hi.
that said proof will be made before SfSf1
Dalles, Or , on Baturdnj; Nov. 10, wSut,?
rtur stoi:cr. J. .
of The Dalles, Or., H. E. No. S137 fortk..
NW or and SK qr ii W u. Bee SpSKilf
Ho names the folio win wHowm hw.
Sf ".T Wenceupon ""1
11 JKob1' JVaryniple, Fred Wickra.n, C. C b,
liab, J. t, Johaaon, all of The Dalira or
Oct 6 . JAY P. tUCAe' geiii
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Land Orrics at Ths iuu. Oju i
., ... , October, 23, 1'juo, j
Notice is hereby given that the talovi,,.
named settlor baa filed notice ol hla Inten h.i
to make final proof in support of hit cLim m
that aaid proof will be made betore tbe nt!Z
and roaeiver at Tbe Dalles, Oreg-on, ob Wn
Oay, December 3, 1900, viz.: . ;
lleory C. McKamey, '
of The Dlle, Oregon, H. E. No. WC9, fort
8EJ4 See, 21, T i N, K 12 E, W M. .
lie nsines the following witnewu totmt,
hla continuous residence upon and cultlviti.
of said laod, vis.:
Flank Lapler. James R. Steele, Eric Gnnltini
Albert Davidson, all of The DalleCOregon.
cct27 - JAVP. LCCAS,Etfitef,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Laud Ornci at Th Dtun, Om.,1
. Kept 26, 1SW.
Notice Is hereby frtven that the lullowin,.
nnmed settler ha filed notice of hli IntentHa
turn to inHko final proof In mnport of iu
el.ilm, nnd that aaid V'oof will be nude
fore the regi.ter Mid receiver at Tha Ullo,
urugou, on Dutoroay, itovenioer iu, rjte,yu:
Calvin .?. rionakln.
of Mosler, Or., H. E. No, 0121, for ths 8E or, m
31.T2N, B12E. W. H.
lie namea tne following wltDed to prove is
continuous residence upon, and cultlvttoa
said land vis:
Michai-l Doyle, ft. E. Dovle, The Delta,.,
James M. BroMtu and t arl J. E. CaiUea.of Ho
JAY P. LPCA9,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT,
Notice Is hereby given that the underltnl
baa duly filed with the county clerk of Wem
connty, Oregon, his final account and rrport a
executor of the estate of Phoebe J. Helrbt,a
ccttsed : and that the honorable county court is
fixed Monday, tbe Sth day of November, lwu, a
10 o'clock a. nt. of mid day aa Hie tine, and lk
county eourt room in tbe county com t him u
Dalle City, Wasco county, Oreiton, at ihep:w
for hearing aaid final account and repoil
All persons Interested In aaid estate art hm
by notified to apjwar at aaid time aud since ui
how cause, if anv there be, why said report
ahon Id not be approved and aaid executor d
Dated thi 2Sth day of September, Iflno.
Execntor of the estate of Phoebe J. Halgst,
NOTICE FINAL SETTLEMEST.
7 il I tj t . i il . A 1. aaKjAHlernfet
haa duly Died with the County Clerk
ntiEirs in nnrpfiT sr i veri 111 il i it uuuh"
m1iiili,lfmtor of the entate of Adolnh Anita,
'inn, v ivhdiid. iiIm final pfinnnc ana rwi.
deceased, and that the Honorable County emit
has llxeil Monda),tneotn Qy ot .oyeiiiui;r,i'".
at 10 o'nlocV a. m. of said diif aa the time,
the Connty Court rKm of the County Court
hoiine in liaiwi:!tr. WaneoCminlv. Omron, a
the nlamt for henrinir aaid final account and re
port. All piTaons liitmated In a(d eitele tn
ti.nh nnt HmI tj iniiM, at .aid time Rnd I"
and tnnw cause, II any mere or. war "r -Khoulcl
not be approved and said adminliirtwr
Dated tni atn day ot uctooor, at PH'B
Administrator of the estate of Adolpta AiJi.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICAIIO-V.
Laso Orncs at Ths Daliss. 0s.j
OcU'berai, I'M I
NoMne la hereby given that the w'";
named aettler haa filed notice of her Intents
...l. m i i I .. nf her clMtm, Mm
that said proof will be made before tbe BerM
and Kecelver at The Dalles, Oregon, on in
day, December, 6,1 W0, vl:
flattie L. Bunriy,
of The Dalles, Oregon, II. E. NC.Kw.'""
Hbe namoa tne following wltneej tn prwJ
enntinuoua reaidence upon aud cunns-
sia tana, to: .: .... irMrtA
frank Ijiplcr, Mine irauea, um
cKamcy, of Mt Hood, Oregon, Henry (-r
ainey and Etic tiraulund.o! Tbe DUe,0'
JAY I". LUCArJ, Krgiw-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Uan Orrics at VAcnuvaa, Wasa.
IJcnincr aw, i ,
her m, i""1? i '
Notlco la hereby given that the io j- j.
ained aettler haa filed notice ol htr. nw '"J
to make llnal proof In Mippori oi ""y;m-tM.
that mid proof will be mnde before f . r'7i
bv, I'. 8. commla-loner for the W"',
WaahlngUin, at (.oldcndBlc, an-.
Deccirber 10, 1109, vlx.:
Oaorge tv. St. I-awr-n-.
of I.yle P. O., Waah., who made H. s. J". -rj
lor tne w bbj ana " '- ,r
12 E, W. M. . m inxl
He name th following .....iioa
hla rontlnuona reaideuco upon and cuM
of jnld land, vlx.: . .
Thomaa i. WlilteomD, neorgf ,"'"".'.1. F0,
Bradford nd IWllllain Lesion, all ol W"
W, B. DUSBAR RrtW.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice I hereby given that the andWlfJ"
have tiled with tbe Clerk of the ,,,n,,Ll)" "4,1
the state ol Oregon tor "c"rY"" .V lr,tf
awonnt aa exw utora of the ! w" "S, ,nat
ment of imury iinrniini, ' , ni at t"
Monday, tho 4th day of fVoveniher, , M
. ,,i iiin'ii ,i.k . m.. naa ott-n "
oi luociora a. in., - . . ,(
ty Court for aeld conn y 'h' th.
foiinty eourl r.wm In Da 1 " 0
l. hra,lr. nf nhlert nna to """l nn"'
count nit the settlement of J h H"Klt'B
ONE FOR A DOSE.
ftltl,in.nM. In.ir .hi. Hlnml.
I'rm 1 f ...1 ... I. a n . I 1 1 ...Hllll.
A mo.miil of th bowl ali d arm.
for rlih. Th- nolther sm eor ei "(, i.
tinea rn w mall ioil- fr". "'
Sold l. drugaiaia oft SbtAhKO C)-1