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About The Oregon scout. (Union, Union County, Or.) 188?-1918 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1887)
NOTICE l'OU rUDLlOATJON.
Application for u U. S. Patent. Surrey
No 12. Claim No. 40 A. nnil 40 II. Min
eral application No. ill.
U. S. I.A.ii Orrici:, La Ghande. Onr.ooN.)
Nov. 2.1. 1W. f
Notice is hereby given that C. M. hanger,
whoe pnst-nlllec address is Sparta, I'lilon
countv, Orcgen, ha this lny tiled hi ap
plication for a patent for the ''Nellie Grant''
quartz lode, and the "C. T. Ilradley Mill
fclte." situated in the Fourth mineral dis
trict in Towii'-hip 7 Mouth, Range -13 Kait,
"W. M.. the iiuat tz lode being described by
the olllcial pints and Held note on file in
this otllce, us follows, to wit:
Beginning nt a post from which tho cor.
totcci. .(, Kt, 11, T. 7 H, R. 13 H; bears
S.60 deg. iniu. W. 11:20 feet dint., pdit
being marked "Cor. No 1 N O M C Hur No
12-," t lienor N 73 deg. 12 mln. H. 1355 feet to
a post marked "Cor No 2 N 0 M C Sur No
12; thence N 8 deg, K TOO feet to n po.it
marked "Cor No 3 N C! M C Sur No 12;"
thence S 73 dep. 12 mln. 1350 feet to a
post marked "Or No 1 N G M C Hur No
12;'' thence Jr. 8 deg. W. 0 feet to the
place of beginning, containing 21. 00 acres.
Location being recorded in Vol, 1). page
39'J. records of quartz location, Union
county, Oregon. Adjoining claims are the
"lluffiilo" quartz lode on the west and the
"Apex" and "Augusta" quartz lodes on
The mill .site being described by the offi
cial plats and Held note!) on lite in this
ofllce. ns follow, to wit: Beginning at a
post from which Cor. No. 1 of the "Nellie
Grant'" lode, bears N. 7:! deg. 31 inin. H.
3170 for t di.t pn'i being marked "Cor No
1 II M K Stir No 12;'' thence running W.330
feet to a post marked "Cor No 211 M S Sur
No 12;" thence H. (M) feet to a postmarked
"Cor No 3 II M K Hur Nr 12;'' thence K.
330 feet to a postmarked "Cor No 4BMS
Bur No 12;" thence N. 00O feet to place of
beginning, and containing live acres Ad
joining claims are the "llullalo Mill Bite"
on tlu: eiiM,
Any and all persons claiming adversely
anv petition t.f said ' Nellie Grunt" quartz
lode, or thoC T. ilradley Mill Site, above de
scribed. Arc required to tile their itdvero
claim with the register of the U. ti. Land
Ulllce.it La Grande. Union county. Oregon,
during the siity days period of publication
hereof, or they will lie barred by virtue of
the provisions of thestntutc.
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing
notice of application for a U. B, patent be
published for a pcriodof (10 days (ten con
secutive weeks) in Tut: OnnooN Bcot:r, a
weekly newspaper published at Union, in
Union countv. Oregon,
NOTICE FOR I'UHLICATJON.
Amtliealion for a l). H. Patent
No. 13. Claim No. II. A. and 11 IS.
oral application No. DO.
U. ii. Lank Oi i ici:, La Ohaniik, Ou.)
Nov. 211, 1887.
"Notice Is hereby given thai C. M. Ban
ger, whoM' post olllce address is
Bparta. Union county. Oregon, has this
day filed his application for a patent for
the "lluffalo" quartz lode, and (he Hull'alo
Mill Bite, tdmatrd In the Fourth mineral
district, in Tp. 7B. ltange 13 H Willametto
meridian, the quartz lode boin;: described liy
the ofllcial plats and lield notes on Hie in
this otllce, as follow.s, to wit:
Beginning at a post from which, tbo cor.
to sections 2,3, 10 and 11 T 7 H It 43 H. bears
S -10 (leg 21 mln W 1321 feet distant;
post being marked "Cor No 1 11 M C Bur No
13;" thence; running ICast llfi feet to a
post marked "Cor No 2 It M C Sur No 13;"
thence, north rt deg K 1350 feet to a post
mtukcd"'orNo3 IlMl'Bur No 13;" thence
West 115 feet to a post marked "Cor
No1 4 It M C Bur No 13;" thence B 8 deg
W UtTiO feet to the place of beginning, and
contuiiilng -I .-JO acres. Location being re
corded in Vol I), page -1 0C records of quartz
locations, Union county. Oregon. Adjoin
ing claims are (ho "Nellie Grant" and
"Ape." lodes on tbo east, the "Summit" on
west and lhe"Koh llov"lodeon the north.
The mill Mto being described by the otll
clal plats and Held unit's on tile in this
ofllco as follows, to wit: Beginning at u
point from which the corner No. 1 of the
"Buffalo'' lode claim, boars N 70 deg. 13
inin. K2701 feet (list; running (hence West
330 feet; thence South OtIO feet; thence East
330 feet; thence North Will feet to the place
of beginning, and containing five acre.
Adjoining claims are the C. T. Ilradley
Mill Site on the West,
Any and all poisons claiming adversely
nny portion of said "Rulhilo" quartx
lode or the Ruff.ilo Mill Bite above
described, are required to Hlo their
iidvcrKielalm with the register of the U, S.
land oflico at La Grande, Union county,
Oregon, diiringthc sixty days period of pub
lien Ion hercol, or tlioy will be barred by
virtue of the provisions of the statute.
It is hereby ordered that tho foregoing
iintic? of , application for a V. B. Patent be
published tor a period of sixty days (ten
consecutive weeks) in the Oiikoon Scour, a
weekly newspaper published at Union, in
Union county, Oregon.
Tluiliei' t.aiiil, Aet ,1 line a 1H7H. Notice
U.S. Lm Omen, L Gkandk, Okkoon.)
November 20 IKS7.
Notice is liciiiby given that in Compliance
with the provisions ot the act of Congros
of June 3, 1!7S. entitled "An act for the sale
of timber lauds in the States of California,
Oregon Nevada, and Washington Territo
ry," JOHN .STOP DA HI), of North Pow
der, County of Union. Ftato of Orrgou, has
this day tiled in this oiBro hii mvohi Mate
mc.nt No. U, for the purchase of the N '(
BVi'H ams NW'-, nnd Lot 4, of Section
No.-4, in Tow iiKhip No. (! South, Range No.
IW Kast.jind will oiler proof to show that
the laud naigbt is more valuable for its
timber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish his claim to said
land before tho Itegister ami Receiver of
this olllcent l.aiirande.'Or. on Saturday the
4th day of February, !S. He names as
witnesix s: Charles Shlcdliour, Stewart wil
liama, William Maharry and John Hon-tleri-oii,
all of Ninth Powder, Oregon. Any
and all pori-ons ehilmlng iidvorscly the
nboveduoribi'(l lauds ate reipiestcd to file
their claims in this otllce on or before i-aid
4th day of Februarv 1 HS8.
12-2 w-10 ItcgiHter,
Tllilticr IjiiiiI, Act .lunr a, t HTH.--NotHf
U. B. LAxnOt nct:. Lk Giunim:. Okkoon,)
November 20, lhK7. f
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the proldniK of the act of Congress
of June 3. 17K entitled 'an act for the mlc
i omiiT, iiiiiiiv v iiii'ii, nutu- ii wii'j;uii
has this dav llksl In tbU otllce his sworu
Rtatcment No. Kl, for the purelmso of tho
BV NHJ ami lots l and 2 of See f. Tp. 0
South, atul SUV; tiVM of Brf. No. 3'.', in Tp.
No, 6 S. H. No. .'is I.. W. M. and will oiler
proof to show that the laud nought is more
vuluuble tor Its timber orsttmc thun for ag
ricultural puritoM.s, and to establish hh
cJalm to sunt land before the Kt pUt r and
Ikoelver of ihli (itUce at Ut Urando, On
ron, on Buturilay tho Ith day of Feb. iPhS.
JlBiiauitKns witntsoi: Juiues It. Ollki
tpn.Btcwurt Wtlllntnti, William Milmrry,
i4JoUjiHt itderiou. nil ofNortli Powdw,
Oregon, Any and uJliron claiming ad
WWcly tlio,al'Ove-dicrilitsJ Jaudu uro r
acttid t) illu tlijlr cJaliin In thin officv on
before ould Uh tiny of February, lHfiS,
Main Street. Union. Oregon.
BENSON BROS. - PROPRIETORS.
Keep constantly on hand
BEEF, PORK- VEAL, MUTTON,
SAUSAGE, HAMS, LARD. Etc.
Timber I-nntl. Act June.1. 1878.
B,' Land Orrtcc. Lv Gr.AMtn, Op.kcon.)
isoveinocr ou. iwt, I
Notice Is hereby given that incompliance
with theprovlsio'ns of the act of Congress
of June 3, 187B, entitled "An act torthesalo
of timber lands in the States of California,
Oregon. Nevada and Washington Territo
ry.'ONKSIME LK9AC1K of Union, Coun
ty of Union. State of Oregon, has this day
filed in this olllce his sworn statement No.
10, for tho purchase of the NWK NHJ of
Bection.No. 10, in Townsldit No. 4 South,
Range No. 41 Katt, nud will oiTer proof to
show that the land sought is more valuable
for its timber or slone than for agricultu
ral purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land before the Register and Receiver
of this oflico at Li Grande, Oregon, on
Monday the 13th day of February, 1SSS.
lie names as witnesses: Louis Lcmerc,
Potter, Henry Mayott. and Kmerv
Mayott, all of Union, Oregon Any and all
persons claiming adversely the above-de-furibed
lands are. requested to Hie their
claims in this office on or before said 13th
day of February, lfSfl.
Timber I.aiiil, Act .Inne 3, 1878.--"itlcn
U. B. Lanii Orncu, Lt Gkiniic, Onr.OQN.I
November 12, 18S7.
Notice Is hereby given that in compliance
with tho provisions of the act of Congress
of June 3, 1S78, entitled "An act for the sale
of timber lands In the States of California.,
Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territo
ry," ADAM NKILSON, of North Powder,
County of Union, State of Oregon, lias this
day Hied in this olllce his sworn statement
No. 11, for the purchase of the B hlf. NW
qr. Bee. ft, and Uhlf. NU qr. of Section No.
7, in Township No. 0 South, ltange No. 38
Kast, and will oiler proof to show that the
land sought is more valuable for Its timber
or stone than for agricultural purposes, and
to establish his claim to said laud before the
register and receiver of this ofllce at La
Grande, Oregon, on Saturday, the 28th day
of Januarv, 1883. He names as witnesses:
Wm, Ecclcs. Jacob Sticnbaugh, Win. L.
Uurrows, and John Stoddard, all of Telo
cauet, Oregon. Any and all pereons claim
ing adversely (he above-described lands are
requested to Hie their claims In this, olllce
on or before said28tli day of January. ISt'S.
Timber Land, Act Jnuo 1878 -Notlco
U. S. LAMiOmcK, La Gkanue, OitnooN, )
November 7, 1SS7. (
"Notice is hereby given that In compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June 3,1878, entitled "An act for the sale
of timber lands in the Stales of California,
Oregon. Nevada, and Washington Territo
ry, STKWAKT WILLIAMS, of North
Powder, County of Union, State of Oregon,
has this day filed in this olllce his nworn
statement No 8, for tho purchase of tbo
N,' NWK Boc. 8. and tiX BW'.f of Section
No. 5, in Township No, 0 S, Range No. 3s
Fast, and wilt oiler proof to bhow that the
laud sought is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural purposes,
nnd to establish his claim to said laud bo
fore the Register mid Receiver of this olllce
at Ln Grande, Oregon, on Saturday, the
14th day of Januarv, 1838. He names as
witnesses: C. A. Itcll, I). II. Stairbaird.
Charles Kdwards, and Adam Nelson, all of
North Powder. Oregon. Any and all per
sons claiming adversely the above-described
lands are requested to file their claims in
this oftlcc on or before said 11th dav of Jan
Timber I.ni1, Act Jnn :i, 1878. Notion
U. B. Lawd Orncr., La GnNtiic. Okkoon,)
November 12, 18S7. )
Notice is hereby given that In compliance
with the provisions of tho net of Congress
of Juno 3, 1878,0111111011. "An act for tho sale
of timber lauds in the States of California,
Oregon. Novudn and Washington Territo
ry, WILLIAM ICCCLKS, of Teloeasct,
County of Union. State of Oregon, has Ui!h
day filed in this otllce his sworu statement
No. 10, for the purchase of the BK N W Khlf
SW and HK of Section No. 7. in Township
No, 0 B. Hunge No. 38 H, W. M. and will
oiler proof to show that the land sought is
more valuable for Its timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said laud before the register
and receiver of this oflico at La Grande,
Orcgou, on Saturday, the 28th day of Janu
ary, 1888. He names an witnesses; Adam
Nelson, Jacob SUnhaugh, Wm. L. line
rows, nd John Stodanl, ill of Telocnsct,
Oregon, Any and all persons claiming ad
versely, tho above-described lands arc re
quciitod to Hlo their claims in this otllce. on
or before said 2tli day of .January, 1SSS.
VTOTIC1! JS JIEMCIVY GIVEN, THAT
1 1 under and by virtue of an execution
and order of bale hMicd out of tho Circuit
court of the State of Oregon, for Uniou
county, to me directed and delivered, bear
ing date of November 17, I5h7. upon a judge
ment and decree of foreclosure rendered in
saidcourtontlie27th.dayof December, 188(1
!n favor of Florinda Chandler, I'liV. and
against Daniel Chandler and .1 W. Kennedy
Lefts. , requiring me that out ot the proper
ty hereinafter described and described in
said decree, I make the sum of $817.00 with
Interest thereon since December 27th. 1S80.
at 10 per cent, peranmun., and the further
sum of $3ft,9f) cost, and accruing costs.
And, whereas, by said execution and do
crco It was ordered that I soil (bo follow
ing described propcrlv to wil : The W hlf.
of tho NW qr. and the N W qr. of the SW qr.
of Bee. 10, Tp. 1 N, K. 10 K. W. M.. in Union
county, Oregon. Therefore 1 will sell, on
Tuesday, the 27th day of December, 1887,
at 2 o'clock P. M. of nald day, at public
auction, nt the court house door in said Un
ion county, all tlieright, title and interest
which the said Daniel Chandler ami J. W.
Kennedy had In or to said premises on or
after the 27th day of December. 18o
Term of lo, cash to me in hand.
Dated at BherilPs olllce this 21st day of
Nov, 1887. A. N. II A M I LTON ,
Sheriflof Union County. Oregon.
ltyJ.T, Williaiukon, Deputy. II 2
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lanh Orricc at La Guanor, Onj:ooN,l
Dec 2, JSS7. i
Notice is hereby riven that the following
mimed settler has filed notlco of bis luten
tiou to make thin I proof in aippoit of his
claim, and that said proof will ho made be
fore the rcgliter nud receiver at La Grande,
Oregon, on Jan. 26. li-Si.vix, BAM URL
T. ULll. D. S. No. W78,fortbe NWJf Bee.
6Tp. 6,B. R, 41 K. He iiamrc th follow
ing witnfJic to prove his continuous, resi
dence upon, nnd culttvtlou of, ttld land
U; Cba. li. RoWiu, C. V, Robins. R.
UtoicTnudE. Draper, all of Union, Or,
Tliotnsnn & Pniiel hmi airciiis for
the celi'tnatod Cyclono Wind Mill, mid
ns tlio prices on tlicni Intvehocii tcrent
ly reduced they nro now within iho
reach of nil. Sample iiii'l to ho en
nt their pinner in North Union. Call
ii it il examine it.
One botth taken according to dtrootiom
viill give Letter results than a gallon of
Sarsapurilla, or any of iho .so-caloJ Gho?
Pur:fier3 with which the market is gluttod
lit Druggists, price $1.00 per boiile.
wi'I Co paid fir ar.y caso of Ru.:umr.i.
which Dr. P.wckz'c Rcirtcaj, .ropcriy .
ninisteroi!. faiL r;''n.
A Few Useful Hints For
"l am so nervous" is a very common ex
prc'idon, ikivI by both old and young: and
very few can now be found who are free
from ncrvoiiH troubles Wo i egret to .-ce
that the malady i nipidly Increasing.- And
from what cause? There are various l o;is
ons. It may be because of a low condliion
of the general health; tho vltillty of the
nervous system is depressoi; or from a
want of perfect digestion and nssimiliation
of food, and the vitiliing power of pure,
rich blood, the nerves nro not propcily
strenthencd and nnurshed,and consequent
ly become wciik and diseased
There was u time wliou "llelvollsno.ss,',
and that class of disease known m nervous
affections, were apparently eon ti nud to
ladies; but at the present day it is an un
doubted fact that in large a portion o nor
vous diseases ezlst among men as amung
the gentler sex ; and tluir distrcRslng affects
nnd lasting and enervating results aro a
thousand fold more serins, as they extend
to posterity and are productive of a weak
ened and enfcibled race. Nervous and
physical deblliij , caused by
is a frequent and distrossing disease, its de
pressing influence being felt alike on both
sexes and all ages. Among the lirst sym
p'ons of this ntlcction are usually a de
rangement of the digestive organs. A foel
of languor will be experienced, and a grad
milfalliug of strength, with general weak
ness and pain in the hack. .Moroor less ex
haustatiou Is experienced on waking in tho
the morning. There is often a bad tnsto in
tlit mouth; the vision becomos dim, tho
momoiy Is iuttairod, and the patient U
troubled with frequent dir.ziticss. Persons
thus affected aro ofton deponduut. and
Miffer from gloom and depression of tho
mind. Tho nerves become to waakeuod
that the least excitement or shock brings on
a tremor or trembling, often attended by
pnlpatation of the heart.
Are particularly susceptible to nervous
disorders, owing partly to their mora
delicate nervous organization and partly
to their sedentary life and consequent
confinement hi-doora. Such affection aro
attended by restlessness and nervous excite
uit nt, anxiity or depression of the mind,
loss of interest in neoiety and the daily af
fairs of life, There is also loss of tdeep;
the patient on rising ln the morning, feel
ing tired, languid and untefrehed. From
slight nervous attacks to hyteria. from aim
plo "'nervousnets" to utter prostration,
there are imuiy and varied forms of dlseusns
of the nervous system none- of hieh should
c.xUI,iuul of all of which can to loured, liy
tho use of
Dr. Pardee's Remedy
Which first stimulates tbellverand kidney's
to healthy action, regulates the d getive or
gans, and from the Hrl diuc Inpitu iU
work of purifying and building up the worn
out system li produces bWtet and healthy
bleep, enriches the blood, and iuioaria to
the palo nud sullow oiioeka the glow of
health, bring brightness to the eyo and
elasticity to the step. More real Iwniilt can
be derived from cue half ,dotn bottles or
Dr Pardee's Remedy, than from a hundred
dollars invented in any other way.
Auk your ilrnggut for It, and take no
THIRTY-FIVE 0ENT8 A CAN.
The Alilk-itie Bukinir Towdtr, fttll i
pound cttHf, warraptel us gKid us nny j
ill me tnancei. i or eiueni ,iuiiue urua.
Subucribe for Titn Orkoos Scout.
-VJOTICK 18 IIKUIiHY GIVEN THAT
nndir and hv virtue of an execution
and order of shIo iitt d out of the Circuit;
court of tbo ftato of Oregon, for L Mon
countv, to mcdirei-tcd and delivered, henr
date Of Dec. 19 h, 17, UnoiMi judjre
incut and order ( f mlo rei.dered In said
ci urt on til 23th day ot t-'ep., 18S7, in favor
of Frc.1 No-lme. Pill", end npamst John
Nedine. oefciid.int, requiring mo that out
ot the prcp:ri.v hereinafter dcerilid and
dcoi nbfd in said execution, I make the Mini
of$3:jnCGwith Interest fmm A) r.I H.h. ltwtl
nt the rate of 8 per cent, per annum; and
the further utu of $311. tl with interisl
from June 18'h, lS-'G at 8 percent iter an
num; and the luitl.or sum of $3(7.oO with
interest 'ro:n the 21th day of Juno, lSS'i at
8 per cent per annum; and the further
Mini of i'.i) OH cO"ts and i:i8biiri mint and
accruing cots. and. whereu, by said judge
mont and execution it was ordered thar. tho
following described propcrtv be sold, towit:
The.SWK and the hW', of the KRK of Sec.
(J Tp. 1 8, R. 10 K. W. M. in Union county,
Oregon, therefore 1 will sell in Tuesday
tho 2-Jth day of Januarv. lssc, at 2 o'clock
p, in. of Mini day. at public auction, at the
court Iioihc door in Union ctutity, all tho
right, title and interest which the snid de
fendant John Noiline bud on or after the
10th day of June, lift" in or to .-nidpioperty.
Term's of sale, ci--h to ine in hand.
Dated at ShoiifTs olllce this 20th day of
Doe. 1H87. A. N, HAMILTON,
12-2o Sheriff of Union county, Oregon.
Oiiiiitlinii Snli of Ileal Estate.
TVTOTIC'IJ IS 1IKRKUY GIVKN THAT
1, Ijv virtue.of and in pursuance of an or
der o'f tho County court of Union county,
.State of Oregon, sitting in probate, made
on the 10th day of October, 18S7, in tho mut
ter of the estate nnd guardianship of the
persons and estate of Ada M. Sidi-bury and
Valentino Salisbury, minor", and of the
lawn of tho'State of Orugon in such ca-os
made and provided, the undesigned, guar
dian of said estate uud minors, will mjII at
jiublio auction, to the highest bidder for
cash, and subject to the confirmation by
suid court, on Motuhiv the 23rd day of Jan
uarv, 1WS at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of
said day, tit tho front door of the court
house of said county, in the city of Union,
Union county, State .of Oregon, all tho
right, title and interest and estate of tho
ssid Ada M. Salisbury tmd Valentine .Kalis
bury, minors, that thry now have in and to
all that certain real ostato described as fol
lows, towit: ThoStj'of.sSee. 31. Tp. 2 S,
R.39H, W. M, in Union county, Jituto of
Tonus of sale, cash in hand on day of sale,
Deed at expense of purchaser.
Duted at Union, Oregon this 20th day of
After Forty jenrs'
Thonfand .ipplIratiotiB for paienm iu
tho United Kmti'3 r.nil 1 orolncn conn,
tries. thii jiKN'klirrs of the hcicntilio
AmorU.in tor.linno toaot iu( solicitors
for iKitenu. c- "110. trndo-iaarkn. copy-
rlL-hln. ,.f.. In- tlin UnitPU SitlllfS, anil
n iiilTciioi in fotvlt. HnElanil, rrance.
i u j ii unoiiualod saj'tliilr facilltlM aro unsur-
' "traw'itiR nnil frtorirestin-.s propirwt nnd filwl
; !: I'mentura. an -, .n.- cliuc. lenni ery
i Ho,m!)le. N ill 'i .' ire .nniiimlioaofuioduli
i clra mi,-i Advli n i,t in .11 l.-'i)
i'mtntmiit.-i'i. .It'ir-i 'ir'i lvntiCo.arnnotIcKil
li.ii SCIKWIKIC HdtlVXt., which ho'i
. !arot olro'ilntinii nnil i.- tho mont nSuentiM
.lapcpor of ita kind publnood Iu tho world.
, . o advtnUew of eaoh a cotioo ovory patents
i lM Urgo ami (ptondldly lllnet rated newspaper
i.i ii-iblwbod WKEKliV at S3.0O a year, nnd H
i uauidto lie the bot paper devoted to -4eneo,
'hiinioa, lnvatt!a, nniiineo-lTiit worka, and
ul.-r tfupartmonts of Industrial )ir"ar(n, pub
.1 :ii any country. It con.-iin tli naran of
. n.',-. ri-jei and title of oven- invntion pf-lHiitBd
i wilt. Tw tt four months for uao dollar.
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i iuu have nn luention to parent write v
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THIS QOOD OLD STAND-BY
- v-"mj lithe for everybody exactly what Is claimed
i Ooo ofthe reasons for tho proQt jHipularlty ot
:-3 Miiatau LliUmont U found ln Its universal
. "nllea tilllly. KvrybodyllClyUucbanlldlcnl.,.
i h I.UHlbtU'iiinn need! It la ctue of nccldout.
'.'he Iluuaiiwlftl need It for geaeral family ue.
hr CmiplofBeedsIt forhlatsiuusancl bUmen.
'io aieehtiuiu need It alwaya oa hU wart
' Iluer neet Ilia om of enicrgeaey.
riouoevneedalt-Oftu'tnH along without It.
. .! faiturr needs tt In Ida house, bU stable,
u MWAiubont limn or tbo Itoatmnn ueode
. ' .uoral aeppty tUoataud acbore.
!, Itarvis-nuietnr ueedi It-It Is bts beit
i. Aud safest retlftuoe.
, 6uicU-ro ar ueods It It wtU savo htm
uvU j of UoUara and a vorkt of trouble,
tl 11 v or d inn n needs It and will uf ed It so
. 1 .tv U a round of accidents and dangers,
i'.icltwiiodamau needs' tt. There Is notb
i , . at an antMsta for tho dangers to lire,
. niiifort wbloh sarround tbo pioneer.
: ,'obaHt needs It about his storoamens
m. Aoeid'eats will baripcn, and when
the MiMtang Unlnient Is wanted at one.
-r.nn, RMtlotulbo House. Tl the boat of
o.i a Rattle In fliol'netory. ItslmmedUte
. m.-..' of ncctdent mvo pain uud loss of wacea
t-p a Hottlo Alvu) iu itie Biublo Tor
Land Omen at La Graxd:.. Ont o in.
Dili mlitr r'. i
No.ire U hereltv then .hat the foliowing-
iiuiiid seitler has lileil m tice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his :
olnini. and that said proof will be miule ha
fi.re the ngi-ter and receiver nt Ln Grandej
Oreiroii.oii Feb. Mb, 18H, via: G120RGL
II. MAHS1I ALL, lid. No. a:X for the SW
X Sec. '22, To. (i S, It. 41 K, W. M. He
na nes the follow ing witms es to pr ive his
continuous tosiden-o upon, and cultivation
of. said hind, viz: .loan Heaves, Willi.im
Wilson, JoH'ph Viindevantfr. and Mewurt
Spears, all of Medical Sprim:s. Oregon.
IIexky Rinehaht, ,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, j
Land Oitick at L Gkandk, Oiifoon,!
De A r 11. 17. f
Notice is hcrebv given that the following- .
named settler has filed notice of his intcn- ,
thin to niMkelinal proof in suppoit of his j
claim, and ,h 't niid proof will oe made be- I
fore the repisterand receiver ut La Grande. I
Oregon, on Feb. 10th, H3i. viz: SOLOMON j
II. NHV1LL, 1). S. No. 7tl8. for the S,'
.sWM NF'', SWK SK'4 XWJi Sec 2 Tp.
2 S, !!. 3D U. W, M. Ho names the follow
ing witnesses to prove hi continuous resi
dence upon and cultivation of, said land,
viz: .1. 0. A. Richardson. J. S. Cameron.
William Papgborn, and Chas. Willie, all of
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Ofi ici: at La (iiianhe, OnrooK,!
December lfi, 1SS7. f
Notice if- hereby uivcti that thefollowiiiK
nninoil snttlnr Ims filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his I
claim, and that .said proof win no niauoue
foro thercxNternnd receiver, at Ii Grande.
Oregon, on Keb. 8th. 1S8S, viz: NATHAN
S. MAKSHALL. lid. No. :100(1, lor the N.14
.SICK and YV. KKJ', Sec 21, Tp. G S, II, tl
li, V. Jl. Ho names the following witnaw
es to prove his continuous residence upon,
...i.i ,.,!,:.-..,;.... .-.r L.,;.i l.in.i i-!? lnlm
.11111 V ,,,,, l, l in,, VI. .-..I,, ll.l.va, ,
Heaves, William Wilson. Joseph Vande-JW
vnnter, and btewart ipcar. all oi .ienieai
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Oificuat La Gbaxiik, Oki:(!o.v,I
Novcuilier 15, ltS7. f
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler ha filed notice of ids inten
tion to make final proof in support of bin
claim, and that tiaul proof will be made be
fore the register and icselver at La Grande.
Oregon, on Januarv fith 1S33. viz : HHXKY
IsAIUiU. Hd. No."l773. for, the S hlf, SW
Sec. 11 and W hlf. NW .Sec. II. Tp. 0. S.
11.33 13, V. Jl. He names the following I
witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of, .said land, viz: i
John N. Nice. Thomas O'Hrynnt, John Si- I
mollis, and J. W. Kimbrell. all of North
I'nwder, Oregon. IIi.nuv Uikkhaut.
11- lS-wd. Register.
In the C veulr court of iho Statu of Oregon,
lor Union countv.
Jessie M. Uoberts, l'laintiir,
Nathan I, lioberts, Defendant.
To Nathan L, Koberis, the above named
In tlio name of the State of Oregon, you
ate herebv required to appearand answer
the complaint filed against you in the above
entitled court and suit on or before the lirst
day "t the nest n gu'artcrm of said court,
coinnieiicing on tho '2nd. Monday of Keb
inary net. to wit: on Mondav the 111th
duvol February, A. D. l.f 8S. nndif vou fail
so to answer, lor want thereof the plalntifl
will take default and apply to the court fcr
the 'relit f demanded iii the complaint,
which is, to substance, fr a decree dissol
ing the mairiage relations now nnd here
tofore existing between plaintilTand defen
dant, for the care, cintody and control of
the infant child of said parties, for general
re'iof and for costs and disbursements.
This Munitions is published in The
Okkoon Scour, for seven consecutive
weeks, by order of Hon..G. W. Walk
kcr. Judge of said court, made in open
court, on the JUUi dav of Sept. A. D. 1837
0. F. DELL,
12- 10 Attorney for l'laintifl.
In theCiieuit court of the State of Oregon,
for Union aunty.
Viutor F. Ccllicr, PlaintilT,
Leouio Cellier, Defendant.
To Leonie Cellier, defendant in the above
You are hereby required to appear in the
above cn'itled court and answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above enti
tled -uit, on or before the lirst day
of the next regular term of fho
above named court, after the publi
cation of this suiunious In The Que-
, oo.N hcot'T, lor six consecutive weeks, viz:
I the l.'ith day of February, 18SS, or for want
i thereof plaintiff1 will ask'tbe court for the
1 reliif prayed for in the complaint, viz: a
dissolution of the marriage contract now
! .iviutitnr ltntwnrm nlitintifT nnil ilftfoniliint
Tills suininons is served liy publication,
by order of G. W. Walker, judge of the
above named court, made the 5th day of
November, A. D. L87.
II. HA KIN & mtO.,
12-10 Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Ill the County Court of Union County,
ln the matter of tho Probate of the last
will and testament of Joshua Weaver, de
To Rachel C. Hault. Frank T. Walker;
Ida Walker, Lcnard Walker. Pvay Walker
and Joshua Walker:
Whereas, Joel Weaver bus filed iu the
County Court of Union countv, Oregon, his
petition praying for the probate of un in
strument iu writing, purporting to be the
last win anil testament ouosliua Weaver,
Whereas, the said court lias set the next
regular term of said court, towit: the 3rd
day of January. A, I). If8 for the hearing
of the same. Now. therefore, iu the name
if the State of Oregon,
You and each of you are commanded to
appear at the next regular term of said
County Com' of Union county, Oregon,
to wit: on the 3rd day of January, A.I).
lt.8, and show cause, if any there'be, why
said instrument shall not be admitted to
probate on the hut will and testament of
Joshua Weaver, deceased, and letters of
administration Issued to Joel Weaver the
executor therein mimed.
And, such df you as are under the age of
twent-(ine years, will tefce innicc that if
ymi full to apply to suid court and have ap
pointed tor .Mill a guardian ad litnm, to ap
roar for on at raid hcarinr, the said court
will appoint such guardian to ko appearfor
And. you will further t.ik notice that if
yon se tail to appear and show cause, an
Older will be made admitting said Instru
ment to p-obnie i.6 the lui will ol s.iid
Jo'hua Weaver, deceased
Wt.nos tho Hon O. 1. Gocdall, county
judge of Union county, Oregon, with the
ki.il of said enunty court ntiixed this 30th
day of November, A. 1). 1SST.
A. T.NIiILL, V '
This citation Is liublislwd by order of the
Hon O. V OiHitlall, county judge of Union
county. Oregon, made this jfOili dav of No.
I wjubcr,JN7. A.T. NHLLL,
U'-'.'a Connfy Clerk.
.J. M. JOHNSON, - - PROPRIETOR,
Muin Street, Union, Oregon.
Hair cutting, shaving and .shampooing
done neatly and in the best style.
Hot and Cold Baths.
J A. HULL,
House, Sign and Carriage
Graining a Specialty.
Shop, Corner Main and A Streets, Union,
$500,000.00 to Loan on
First Class Security,
From One to Five Years Time, ut a Low
Kate of Interest, Also lluys, Sells
and Jtents Property for
ONEY KKCHIVKD ON DEPOSI I
To be Invested on Guaranteed Security.
All Collections Promptly
Attended to Without Delay.
F. F. BAKER,
General Manager, Union, Or,
MONEY to LOAN
On farm binds in Umatilla. Baker, Union,
Gilliam and Wallowa counties, at 8, 9, 10
and 11 per cent, on five year's time. f
Call onJ. II. HINKIIAKT, at the Farm
ers' Mortgage and Savings Dank, Suinmer
ville, Oregon, if you want money on farm
The 8 per cent is on improved farm land
near the railroad in Grande Itonde Valley.
10-21-tnO, J. II. RINEIIA11T.
The public are hereby informed that I
have opened a GUNSMITH SHOP in No
dint's Blacksmith Shop. Union, oppoiite
Dcnson'd livery stable, where 1 am prepared
All Work in My Line
In a neat and substantial manner. Give
mo a cull.
Cornucopia, Union county, Or.
R. C. WAR1NNER, Prop'r.
Tlio only fimt class house in the camp.
Ko pains spared to make gucstd1 comforta
ble. Charges Reasonable.
'OrsrailS s Mason Libatntm
$50 TO $100
On the purchvie of an Initruuient, by
buying through W. T. WKIQUT,
Agent, Union, Ortgon.
Horse Breaking I
I desire to Inform the publie that I hatt
New System of Horsebreaking,
AVhich I believe to be the best now prac
ticed, and I will take horses or any other
kind of animals to break, on
Satisfaction guaranteed in every instance.
Will visit the farms when desired, and
break the animals without taking them
away, Give me a trial.
11-18-tf SHANNON MARSHALL.
lim Line to Cove.
Leaves Union daily at 2 p. ru, arriyej at
Cove at 3:30 p. m.
Leaves Cove at 8 a. m., arrives at Union
at 9:30 a. m.
Connections made with Elliott's coachea
running to the depot, carrying passenger
for east and west bound trains.
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