Condon globe. (Condon, Gilliam Co., Or.) 189?-1919, April 14, 1898, Image 2

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    A.F.AA. If.
! o,i or fot-i,v the
. II. !. Si-KNO, W. M.
; " -. V.. M. sv- i-t, la' of Portland, has
, . ! !' ;-.' Me (,( millinerv goods in
: . r i i south of Condon Hotel.
LaU'st eiv.n.s in Imts, trimmed n4 on
trimmed! Also trimming don to order.
Call and we her.
if K. . ri. C, t. 1
or Jjjets
ItTWOO, C C.
Nn. K! I. U O. F. Meets
r,v eirtiiii'Vat T'SO. Vhstliug
-nudlmi, Blwrtrs welcome.
M Si. 8. Htiwuctii, N. G.
NON-ALCOHOUC.
No uittn who livca on meat im ever
kwowtt to lick hi wife,- or ask for a
ivorc. A vegetable diet woman is as I
cold and clammy aa a turnip. If you
want voor eirl to- have trrwv clieette ana
vitalitv m uer motion, feed her on oeet
steak with occasional doeea of Dr. Haw
ser's Tonic Bitter. Sold everywhere.
lymirtii, tic, roa.n, r.
H. H. t. H. P. HENDRICKS,
ATTOkN bYS AT LAW.
nmi AT t'tVMlON A Nil' SOftHlL. OhMflOff. '
C-areul attention to oftlee counsel and nractlca i
in ti me court, a ino counsel dt correspomiene,
We write li,Mirs., IJens, v (lit, Transcrlptst
sttmrfi. pto. Fir inmirw nr la th beat com
panies mmi. aimo attention i oiiwuoih auu
Laud LAW, iiotary fume In each oiliee.
OUR
f iv ! i
- ' tlrst Th
! No-. JS. W, or TH W. Meet
( men n-onlh t SOD p. M.
lnrtr.! to nw,'t. with mm.
I . ,V!ll.NMS, t ierk, U . U W IliOOX, C C.
I .!"'"""!' M'il-.t, No. 'B, Ti. S.'s. jfwti
' -i.!,- : !?:,:' and Saturday following meet-
..' .. K. A. M.
u..iii'us.N, w. I". Mrs. Molhi Nbal, W. M
Treasurer's Notice.
AH conntv warrants reiiietered prior
to March 1. Km. will bo paid on presen
tation at my oflice. Interest closes alter
tins date. is h. uabkeb.
Treasurer of Gilliam conntv, Oresron.
Dated at Condon, Ore., March 17, 18418.
r WHY'S rvTlil.W CHl'Rrfl. Intwi of
service willbeanuo'tnced from time tottme.
TtfoaiAS Butovv, riutor.
)VtiK.S.Im.NAI. OKUKOH
evrirv 4'i!Kl,-iv Mt It a. m, Ami 7:9ft xn
i " n tit . i .. , t r p. i. rmr-meeunv
ttbajF eranlng 17:.W. Ererjrbotty fiiTited.
W. H. Bukb, FMtor.
VOLUNTEERS WANTED AT
ONCE
To call oner write to the nndcreigned
for information relative to the ENOR
MOUS CUT in ticket rates to the East.
F. C. Kin Due, Ag't O. R. 4 N. Co.
- Arlington, Ore.
Circuit Court Proceedings,
April term, 1899,
Present: WLBradshaw, Judg-e; John
JliotieiT, acting dtstrict Attorney,
Attorneys preseot: SAD Gnrley, W
H rbnyn and 1 M Jolws ot Arlington ;
II 8 Wilson, and W R WiTson, of The
Jth ?!; H U Hendricks, of Fossil; HB
Jiendrioks, and 1 W Darling, of Condon
Grand jury : Godfrey Schilling, fore
man ; W F Dywr, W R Baker, J Boyer,
It N Anderson. W H Colwell and R F
BaitifTs: Court bailiff, G L Neale;
fraud jury bailiff, II C Strickland.
Jaa W Smith ys UC Mjera; cootinaed
tor service.
W G Keyes and A 3 Shelton vs Am
.iroM Beard; settled and disraiesed.
JT W Smith vs G H Merrill action on
account coutinued for term.
.... Lester Coffin and H S Coffin va Manley
Koiior action on note and accoant
deftutll awt jostgnrent,
AlesG Ogiivie vs Charles H Proeke
swtioa oo oceoiTO default and jiKlg-
Kkeot anf order to sell' real estate.
O KalSton tre-GeoWekhhons action
n note defU and judgment. '
State- TV Saiauef C Donaldson, true
ill ; plead not guilty larceny.
State t Steve Kolao, a troa bill, charge
isn tuHciottS injury to property; ar-
r tsigned and plead guilty; to be sen
totintd Tborsday. -
I VI Smith. as KT Persons et al jadg
snent" ami" order to sell attached property.
W I, Ell wood vs Magaire & Vining
itenrarrerovenrGTeA
' WL Et!wof vs X W Maguire and
'irife demarrer snstained.
Coffia Bros vs A J Cochran demurrer
' awerrured'.
OK Denny va II Carratt dismissed
Coffia Bros va VV A Teaterinan et al
detanlt and decree.
t ii Dennv vs Martin Smith et al
defaalt oI deoree.
' OS Denny rs John Service et aj eet-
Ifetl and dismissed.
O ' Denny vsO T Tucker Jefanltand
SO Hawaon va S D Smith cootinaed.
Lombard Liquidation Co. va Pope Cat'
- default and decree.
Butte Creek LL S 4 L Co. va J
TThitirnb settled and dismissed.
Arlington Natl P?ok va J A Jbomas
t al defanlt and Qecree.
Sancy Harsh moo va Z G Harsh mon
' decree-4 divorce granted. -
C. W. White taTim Connolly Sheep
lresflpa ease; on trial.
Remaiader of proceediogs will appear
in nest issue. "'
. Stock Ranch for Sale.
For sale, the J. A. Spaalding ranch,
situated 44 wiles west of Condon-, con
sisting of 320 acres deeded land ; also 40
acre on Back hoi low, osea asasneep
camp, well watered and good range ad
joining. The rancti ties a creei running
tbroosh its entire length, a good six-
room residence, good barn and ontbnild-
tngs, commodious sheep shed (holds zuuu
head), good orchard, containing abun
dance of varione kinds of trait. This ia
one of the most desirable stock ranches
Gilliam conntv. It will be sold on
easv terras. For particulars address or
pply to t. W. BlAEB,
Condon, Or.,
Execntor of the 3. A. Ppsnliling Estate.
nvrirutruxruumruvruiAAAnruwAj
Hood's
I Sarsaparillaj
I Ayers I
I Sarsaparillaj
I Cuticura I
I Remedies j
I J. H. Hudson's. I
1 CONDON, OREGON.
"WAR"
(in rates.)
Write qnick to the nndersigned and
enlist in the army of passengers taking
advantage ot the cot rates to the East.
F. . Hindu, Agt O. R. N. Co.,
Arlington, Ore.
To Whom It May Concern,
HTtx been Informed that U igentaot an
other Insamnea AKX-ltion circulated the re
port that the Mataal Proteettre Inurnce of
Porthmd, Oregon, did not pay In fall the amount
ol insurance on my dwelling, which m de
stroyed by fire in September hut, nod which was
Imaied In that Association for 9300, I hereby
rate that inch report is absolutely nntrae.
That laid Association, not only paid the full
amonnt of their policy on said dwelling, but
they paid (ISO thereof before the nine was due.
according to the terms of their policy, in order
to accommodate me, and I would farther state
that I am entirely satisfied with the treatment I
bare reeelred from the Association, and cheer
fully recommend them for the manner in which
they adjusted and settled my loss.
(Signed) Mm. lamu Lawsoh,
Grant's Pass, Ore.
BI17-S
NOTICE OF FILIXG PLATS.
IT. H. LlMDOmCX AT IBI BlUM. Olt,
April B, irtsm.
Notice is hereby rlren that the approved plat
' rnnrn f Tnwnhin 12 South. Ranee 86 East ol
the Willamette Meridian. Oregon, h been re
ceived at this office and will be officially filed in
this office on
Saturday, the 23th day of May. I8O8,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
J as. t. Mooas, . W x. H. Bioos,
Register. Kecelrer.
KOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
HXD Omct At Tax Dau.cs, Or., April 7, 1S93.
Notice la herebv eiven that the Jollowlne-
mmd attttler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of bis vlaim, and
that aud ncoof will he made before H. N. F rarer.
county clerk of GilHam county, at Condon, Ore
gon, on Thursday, May 26, IK, vis:
JAMES W. BAKR, Hd. E. So. .W.l,
for the sw'i iw see 2S, and w! nw'4 tV-i nw4
see S5. to S . r I9e. W. M. He names the follow
ing witnesses to prove Ma continuous residence
Upon ano euiuvsnon Ol sain laiui, tiz: mtrpiieu
B. rHitnre. (Mirer W. Barr. Charles Enoch Bain
and William Mm grove, all of Condon, Oregon.
alt-lw JAW. r. among, negtBKir.
ARLINGTON.
Wheat is still coming in in large qnan-
tsUes and is being sola at aoonl os cts,
The north end of the eonnty was well
noreaented at Condon this week, there
being three of the grand jurors from this
section of country.
The crop prospect in the north end of
Che conntv is very promising, and with
tbe 08nal rain in May and Jane a large
crop tali be raised.
W. IT. Colwell killed a very large lyu
eat near his sheep camp last Friday. It
had been killing voting lambs for some
time from bia band.
Mrs. Frank Sweeney, sifter ot W. II.
fiolwell. has moved from Clatsop to Ar
lington to live with Mr. Colwell and
family during the summer.
The Arlington Review came out lr.st
week or the Uret time, it ta a very neat
sheet and though not large it is full of
live niws. Joel Pound ban sold bis in
threat, to his partner, R. U. Robinson,
w ho will conduct the paper.
Constable Sweetin sold at public auc
tion last week two Urge boxes at Moody
'Warehouse on execution in favor of Mr,
tf. Schiiline.of theMatnev Flat country
Tt contents were unknown. Mr. John
II. Johns bought the property, paying
U0 for same.
Mr. and Mrs. Canty had a narrow
eeeae from death last week. There is
an old well nnder tbe back part of Mr.
Caoty's harness shop, and while be was
doing some work there the floor gave
tray and himself and his wife, who hap
pened to be standing near him at the
time, both fell to tbe bottom of the well,
snma SO feet. They were in the well
about an hour when tbe children came
irotn school and found them and gave
tbe alarm. Mr. Canty was not hurt in
the bat, but at last aceoant&Mrs. Canty
was hi a critical condition, having several
bones broken and other injuries. There
lire several old wells around town that
should be looked after. We called at
tention to them a year ago, through the
-re, and wish to do so agaiu. Tbey
aiiould be looked after.
BEECHERFLAT.
The health of the neighborhood is good.
f (tmiers are through seeding summer
! .:;.), and gardening ia now the order
iii the diiy.
Ftahool commenced in thia diiilrict
I.,or.iay morning ith Misa Lula Raua
as teacher. .
- gH'jytW' kmp Cross, of
. " to work
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Ijcn Omcx At Thi Caixks, Oa., April 7, 1898.
Notice fa herebv given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in mpport of bis claim, and
wai aaia oroor Will awn ueiuiv n. r ibm:, ,
county eierk ot Gilliam coanty, al Condon, Or.
on j-unatty, ay a, issn, tii:
CHARLES E. BAIN, Hd. E. No. 5979,
names the following witnesnea to prove his con
tinuous resilience upon and cultivation of said
luut. vi.- Htonhen B. Couture. Oliver W. Barr.
James Barr aud WiiUam Musgrove, all of
Coodon, Oregon. ,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
LAXDOmcx, Th Daii.es, Oa., March 2?, 1808.
Knrtce ia herebv riven that the following-nam
ed settler has filed notice of bis intention to
make final pooof In support of bis claim, and
that said proof will be made before H. N.Prazer,
county cierx oi ui.uam county, at vouuuu, w.
on Friday, May 30, 18S8, Tti:
WALTER MYERS, Hd. E. No. 4178,
for the nw see 17, tp 4 s, r 21 e, W. M. He
names the followine witnesses to nrove his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, viz: John Palmer. Edward Palmer. J. C.
Cooney and Henry Renner, all of Condon, Oreg.
nfcH-S IAS. r. atuuaa, neaiater.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lamb Omcx, Tax Dalle, Ob., March 38, 1898.
Noiice is hereby given that the following
named settler bas filed notice of bis intention to
make final proof In support of bis claim, and
that said nroof will be made before 1. W. Morrow,
county clerk at Heppner, Or., on May 13, IMS, vU:
ABRAHAM H. AKEKS, Hd. E. No. 4028.
for the ne'-i sec Zt. tp S s, r 23 e, W. M. He names
tbe following wltneasea to prove bis continuous
residence upon and cultivation of said land, via:
Perry J, Ml) lea, Jay D. Bail, Jacob B round and
Marion Kiddle, ail ol Gooseberry, Oregon.
m:il-8 J a. P. MooEE, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
La-id Omcx. The Dalles. Ob.. March 21. '98.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of bia intention to
make final proof in support of Disclaim, and that
said proof will be made before H. N. Fraaer,
county clerk of Gilliam county, at Condon, Or.,
on rnnay. May 8, mm, vis:
SAMUEL A. THOMPSON, Hd. E. So. 4304,
for the n4 nw4 and n M neM, see 10, tp 4 a, r 22
e, W. M. He name the following wltneasea to
prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, vis: Stephen D. Fletcher, John
W. Williams, Henry O. Miller and John i. Port-
wood, all ol Condon. Oregon.
m24-7 Jaa. F. Mooas, Register.
STOCK MUST
BE REDUCED.
New arid Desirable.
Of Interest to Buyers.
J as. W. Smith Makes
a Special Announce
ment to the People
of Gilliam County.
C.S. PALMER
prtistK Barber,
Sleelc Shaves
and Hair-cuts.
Razors honed and re-ground.
CONDON - OREGON.
REDUCING STOCK.
Selling Out at Cost-
Oar large stock of tickets to tbe East
going at immensely reduced rates. Call
on or write to
F. C. Hindlk, Agent,
Arlington, Ore.
Through Tourist Cars to St
LOUIS.
A tourist sTeepfn car will leave Port
land every Monday via Mo. Pac. and
every Wednesday via tbe Burlington
Kouteator. H. via the u. K. k JN.
through Halt Lake and Denver without I
change to St. Louis, and nnder tbe su
pervision ot experienced conductors, fio
change of cars to the cities, Kansas City
or St. Louis. Keep una service in mind
when going bast ana consult u. it. a is.
agents or address.
W. It. HCRLBrBT.
General Passenger Agent; Portland, Or.
3 H Putnam of Fossil baa ordered di
rect from tbe factory a carload of Mitch-1
ell wagons, which will be here for the!
j early spring trade.
Of Interest to Settlers.
H. N. Frazer, County Clerk, at Con
don, Oregon, continues to give special
attention to U. b. government land ap-1
plications, Slings and proofs, lie is also
prepared to receive applications lor toe
purchase of state school, lieu school
fanda and forfeited railroad lands, at bis
office.
Tbe Wasco Warehouse Co. baa wool
sacks, fleece twine And sack twine for
sale at Arlington. - -
There is no danger of anybody being
troubled with dyspepsia, sour stomach,
nightmares or ill temper who uses Fos
sil flour. Nothing rains the health so
quickly and surely as bad bread, and
nothing createa co much harmony and
cheerfulness in a family aa good, light
bread and biscuits, "tbe kind your moth
er baked." The only way to accomplish I
this is to use Fossil flour the best and
cheapest in the world.
i
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE
OF REAL ESTATE,
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the County of Gilliam,
In tbe matter of the sale of land belonging to I
the estate ol J. u seoggin Dy James a. w . stoggin.
guardian. I
Notice is hereby given by virtue of a license da-
lv Issued by tbe County Court of Gilliam County,
Oregon, at the regular July term, 1. author
izing roe unaersignea gnaraian oi saia estate oi
J. L. Scoxirin to sell in the manner provided by
law the following described lands belonging to
said estate, to-wlt: Tbe 4 of the SW4jf Hec
an. Tn SS of Ranae 20 K. Tbe N ViV. ot the NW li.
I of Sec 2; the H of the NE of See 8, In Tp 6 8
Of itangezuc. Aisouie e, oi toe nity, ana i
the WU ol tbe NE4. of Sec , in Tp 58 of Range
20 K. W. M.. in Utlllam County, mate ol Oregon.
Tbe undersigned will sell the said land, at nub
ile auction to tbe highest bidder for cash, at the
Court House aoor in conaon, Oregon, on
Saturday, April 10, 1898,
at 2 o'clock P. M. of said day. The said guardian
reserves tne ngnt to reject any ana au uua.
liasea id is izin out oi narcn. ism.
JAMBA A. W. SCOOniH.
Guardian of the estate of J. U Scoggln.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laud Omcx at Tax Dalles, Ob., March 2. '98.
Notice Is herebv alven that tbe following-
named settler bas filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of bis claim,
and that said proof will be made before H.N.
rraser, county eiera oi uiinasu county, aswu1
ion, or., on Hays, uvae, vui
MICHAEL WHITE, Hd, No. 4237,
eK neM and e4 se see so, tp 4 s, r 21 e.
W. M. He names the following witnesses to
rove bis continuous residence upon ano cnitlva
Inn of sii Id land, vis: William E. McKlnnev.
Robert F. Looney. John Palmer and John Mad-
oocir, ail oi ixiiuwn, uregon.
Arlington. Ore., April 6
(Special to The Globe.)
The following interest
ing announcement haa
just been made public:
"Anticipating" a change
in business and desiring
to reduce our immense
stock of General Mer
chandise we will, un
til further notice, make
greater reduction! in pri
ces than ever before on Dry
Goods, Notions, Furnish
ing Goods, Boots & Shoes,
Hats, Crockery, Hard
ware and many other lines
too numerous to mention.
Do not delay taking ad
vantage of the many bar
gains offered as they will
not be available long."
(Signed) Jab. W. Smith,
Vou are interested
Ir) Dry floods?
Mail Orders Solicited.
JAMES VJ. SMITH
Gen'l Merchandise,
UNION BLOCK, ARLINGTON, ORE.
Our NEW GOODS are now in.
The PATTERNS are beautiful.
Tbe TEXTURES most serviceable,
Tbe PRICE more attractive than ever before.
There is also a greater variety and the good are
more 'fetching" than have marked the seasons
of the past. '
fr Tht) shirt-waists, and shirts for men, are beautiful. .37
New Creations in.
Outings,
Cycling Tweeds,
Ginghams and other
Dry Goods.
ALLCOODS MARKED Hi PLAIN FIGURES.
LORD & CO.,
ARLINGTON,
OREGON.
! ! twi. sr
Of Arlington, Or.,
No. 3018,
MAKE IViOiiEY BY SAVIUC'IT.
The best way to save It Is to 4
Buy Your Groceries
j Transacts a General JBanking Business.! GEa w. MILLLER at Arlington
Accounts Kept Subject to Check.
' ijxrutftnrw THE mnnnnnm
: Drafts sold on all the principal cities of the United States;
and Europe. Interest allowed on time deposits.
-e
1 SPECIAL ATTENTION CIYEN TO COLLECTIONS. WE 80LICIT YOUR IUSINES3.
LEADIHG GROCER OF EASTER!! ORECOII.
D. M. FRENCH. President: W. W. STEIWER. Vloa-Prealdenti FRANK i
T. HURLBURT, Caahter.
DIRECTORS--D.M. FRENCH, W. W. STEIWER. W. LORD, UC.
WARDS AND A, C. HAWSON.
ED-)
Give me an order and you'll be so wel
pleased that you'll be sure to come again
L. O. Ralston, Olex, Oreg.;
General Merchandise, Furnishing' Goods, Groceries, Drugs,
Hardware and Implements. Our latest Spring and Summer
Staples and Novelties are now in and ready for inspection.
A fine line of Glassware and Crockery just recieved. Ladies
will find many new designs in Dress Goods, and our Shoe line
for ladies, gentlemen and children, from eastern and coast fac
tories, is now opened up. Come to Olex, ladies and gentle
men, and youwill be surprised at the fine quality of our goods
and the lowness of our prices.
DROP IN AT COB'S
5uoori
Lower Main St., Arlington, Oregon.,
whan you feal Ilka enjoying a flr.t-cla.s-
CIGAR OR MILWAUKEE BEER Oil DRAUGHT.
All kinds of first-class liquors on hand.
L. O. RALSTON,
OLEX, OREGON.
mll-61
. F. Moobb, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Culture Final Proof. .
U S Laud Osticb Thb Daub. Ob.. March 21 . '99.
Notice is hereby given that Hamuel A. Thomp
son, of Condon, Or., has filed notice of intention
to mane nnai proof oeiore n. n. rraser, county
clerk, at bia omee tn conaon, uregon, oa
Friday, May 0. 1808,
on timber culture application No. U217, for the
s'-i ne4 ana n'i se' ""e lu' P ' " ,"..
He names as witnesses: Stephen D. Kietcbor,
John w. Williams. Henry o. Miner ana Joan J,
Portwood, all of Condon, Oregon.
m24-7 : Jaa. F. Moobb, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lajvo OmcB at Thb Dau.es, Ob.. March J. 'M.
Notice is herebv aiven that the followlnff-
named settler has filed notice of bis intention to
make final proof In supportof his claim, and that I
saia prool will oe maoe netore n. n. rrazer, conn-1
it ciers oi wiuiam coiuuy ai vonoon, uregon, on i
May a, iras. via:
WILLIAM E. McKIKXEY, Hd. No. VM,
tat the et4 sw5i see a: neW nw)i and nwti neli
see 7. tr. St. I A e. W. M. lie names the follow-1
Ing witnesses to prove his continuous resioenee
upon and cultivation of said land, vis: Hubert
r . Looney. oi ionnon; layior oranaon, oi luay
vllle; Michael White, of Condon, and William 1
Davenport, oi aaay vine, uregon.
mii-ui as. r. tooaa, negister.
CHARLESFIX,
Feed Stable and Corral,
Lower Main St., Condon, Ore.
POOL ROOM, SOFT DRINKS. CONFECTIONERIES, ETC.
GRAIN AND CHOPPED FEED IN ANY QUANTITY FOR SALE
Large Scales, price 25c a draft; reduction on contract weighing.
The U. S. mail leaves my place for Lone Rock every day, except Sun'
day, at (i a. m. and arrives at op. in.
The "DELMONICO"
RESTAURANT 6iJ!ttf
-.aSy. , I. th. plaoo to get,, n
First-class meals at all hours of tn
day, from 25c up.
The only Short-order house in Condon
NICELY-FURNISHED ROOMS IN CONNECTION FOR LODCEnS.
Dread, pies and cakes on hand for sale, or baked to order.
Chickens dressed to order, Butter and eggs bought and sold.
JORDAN BROTHERS, Proprietors.
R I Ell ART'S
Condon,
RESTAURANT
Oregon.
W. LORD, Managar.
FRANK ALDRICH, Arlington Agt.
Wasco Warehouse Co.
General Storage and Forwarding.
WOOL STORAGE A SPECIALTY.
GEO. W. R1NEHART, Prop'r.
The public will find that no better accommodations can be
found in this country than at this house. Meals 25o; beds25e.
HEADQUARTERS FOR TRAVELING MEII.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
notice for publication. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR WHEAT, HIDES AK'D FELTS.
Land Omc. AT Th. Dalles, 0k., Feb. 2, 1898.
KnH henthv alvcn that the followlnir-
MfflMt attier haa filed notice of bis Intention to
mnketinwl proof in support of bis cliitm. and that
said prool win oe mau. uckbb .
eounty clerk of Gilliam county, at Condon, Or
an. on HBf.nrflay, April so, vm, vis:
' Npy y. 0OWKEBV Md. E. No. 4348,
.ec. t!8s, r 2e. W. M He
-.aitueKflSS to frrove bis coti
LAiroOrrica. Thb Dallbs, Ob. March 14, 1898.
Notice Is herebv srlven that the followlne-named
settler bas tiled notice of his Intention to make
final proof in supportof Ms claim, and that said
proof will be made before H. N. Fraser, county
clerk of (iilllum county, at Condon, Oregon, on
rruiay, April aw, mue, via:
AM.KN B. SEARCY, Hd. P.. Ko. tm.
for the n' nm nK n and nw!i w?4 sec 24,
tp A s, r 21 e, W. if. lie names the following
witnesses to prove ois couiinuous resmence utton
od cultivation of sold" and cultivation of wid lurid, vis: O. H. Dnkeli, I
uy. It. 0. Downer J. E. Kainkay, Miller Curl aud Jonathan Boyer, i
'regon. an oi tiayvuie, uregon.
-jrister. julia Jab. T. Moobb, Segljtet.
Barbed Wire, Nails, Flour, Feed, Salt, Sulphur, Lum
ber, Lime, Cement, Cedar Posts, Pine, Oak or Fir Wood
Always on Hand.
Charles Habesohn,
CONDON, ORE.,
BRICK - AND - STONE - MASON
PLASTERER AKO FLUE BUILCCfl.
A SPECIALTY.
CEST CEDAR C'MIICLES, C2.00 FER M.
Office in Warehouse. - - - Arlington, Oregon. All work attended to promptly end satisfaction guaranteed
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