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THURSDAY.. ..NOVEMBER 2S, 18H!)
Kittrrrd ttl the 1'ontofiirc at LextwiUin, 0r.t ft
An thr ttiltineripUun prlee rif the LKXISfiTON
WEEKLY llt'lltiET In unit S7 jier trrtr, we thill
iitil tipun ptlimt'tit of ennh in ftileiinee. There
vill pmitieeUj he lit) tleritititnt frtntl thin rate.
Ann "lie rrrelriiitt thin paper tltttl klltni'lmj Unit he
linn wit pniit. Jur it, iflll inith rnttintl Hint it In
either eiimplimenttirij. a nttmple etipij. or that mime
Jrietttl htm pttitl fur it.
Two Citniiiliiiii senators are cliurwd
with having miil $10,000 oitcli for their
seats in tint senate.
Tim arrests in l'liiliiilclpliiti for drunk
enness frecjiiently iiiiioiint to inon) than
one liiimlreil in a day.
By recent ucls of congress every male
Indian over twenty-one years of au'i),
who accepts lund ill severalty, becomes
A vorNO woman in Atlanta, icorgiu,
recently disfiuisocl herself us a man and
, became enuiigecl to nix yiiln in less than
It is Raiil that liuiiiari milk in sold in
many parts of China, and that when
the empress dowager was Kick recently
it recpiired twenty wet nurses to keep
15 if tests recently made at Tacoina it
was shown that yellow fir is actually
one thiid Hti onifer than eastern oak and
more than half stronger than eantern
It is reported from Honolulu that
Van Tassell, the balloonist, recently de
scended from a balloon with a parachute
ami fell into the harbor, where be was
devoured by sharks.
Til H talk ah'iut a bridge to connecl
Knland and Franco is still noiiiu 1 1 .
Skilled engineers report that the enter
prise is feasible. The bridge w ill cost
eighty millions of dollars.
A ci.hikiym an out in Manitoba uilvo
rates dancing as a healthy ami invigor
ating and wholly innocent exercise. Ib
dec lares, however, that the best timo to
engage in it is before breakfast.
Nnw Youk city has determined to
banish street bands, band-organs with
their accompanying monkeys, ami all
the ambulatory musicians, who have be
come ho numerous as to make life n
No more suitable place than Lexing
ton could be found for the establishment
of a signal ollico for eastern Oregon.
The location Is favorable, and the work
of the ollico would be of value lo this
Horn political parties in .Massachu
setts seem satislied with the result of
the trial of the Australian ballot law.
The voting was not impeded in speed,
ami the method seems to bo readily un
derstood by everybody.
A 1'ohti.ani) tailor has become insane.
Perhaps Ids conscience is punishing him
for the prices of "dose elegant pants,
imported gouts, vieh gost me mine
frielil, 1 voulil be afraid to dell you how
much dose gools gout me."
Til it Metlieal Wmhl says dogs ami rats
lire subject to typhoid fever; monkeys
are prone to tubercular disease; cuts
easily contract ami convey diphtheria;
and many animals are ufllicttil with
rheumatism, especially elephants.
A nkw substitute for tobacco is being
introduced. It is a mixture of llritish
herbs thu particular plants are kept
secret and smokers who have tried the
compound dec litre it to be delieioiisly
fragrant, slightly exhilarating and withal
soothing to the nerves.
Tiik sawmills at and near Tacoina
make a daily cut of 1.1(H), OlHI feet of
lumber. The Journal of Commerce fig
ures tip at that rate these mills are m-ing
lip 27'ii acres of timber each day or
H,2.rit) acres for year .vCvOtl working
Fiiom the secretary, K. (i. 1'entland,
wo have received a copy of the constitu
tion and by-laws of the Oregon press
association. The pamphlet is a neat
specimen of good work unci rellerts
credit upon Mr. baker, state printer,
from whom it is a gift to the association.
A rui.ss dispatch from Huston states
that the Union Pacilic otlicials an
nounce autlioiitively that they will build
through to southern California, and that
part of the contrac t has already been
let. Ijw Angeles will be the tenninal
city and Kctlmiilu the Pacilic seaport
The work will be completed within two
Pi:iioMt who have tried them on a
small scale say that hops suveood better
and are larger and lu.uo ptoductive on
the bottom lands ill thin county than
utiywlicru in Washington, where hop
raising ig an utermive industry. It is
also thought that hops would clo well in
favorable locations on the uplands, l'.y
and by some one with a little enterprise
will make 11 good thing in bops here,
and then everybody will go into the
business and wonder why they didn't
think of it bcfoic. ,
Everybody knows that Kllensburgh is
rapidly coming to the front among the
live cities of Washington, but not every
one stops to inquire! the causes. A
glanc e at the Iletjisler w ill ut once show
to the thoughtful inquirer the principal
reason why Kllensburgh is going ahead
so fast, which is that the business men
are advertisers. When it can be said of
the residents of any community as a
class that they are advertisers, there is
more meat in the assertion than appears
ut first glance. It means that they have
the spirit of enterprise ; that they have
shed Urn moss which gathers on the
backs of those who sit around and wait
for something to turn tip, and have
waked up to their ow n interests and the
welfare of the town. It means that,
in the expressive language of modern
slang, there are no flies on them. They
have goods to sell and they make it
known, constantly and persistently, for
they know that in this way only can
they be successful. It means that they
can see beyond their noses unci are not
afraid to invest ifo before they actually
hoar the twenty-dollar piece chink
which is to be gained thereby. Such
men not only advertise their goods for
salis, but in doing this they advertise to
others at a distance that they have
vim and the spirit of Kli, and capital
seeking investment is attracted to their
town. Men of energy ami coin will go
where they see that others have "rustle"
and "go." So it is that the live town
becomes the livo city. And that's
what's the matter with Kllensburgh, as
shown by the many columns of adver
tisements in tlio Iletjisler, which, by the
way, is a Bei'en-column daily and is
newsy, neat ami bright.
In the course of its comments upon
the fact that liarniim was recently the
recipient of a banquet in London by
llotl lords and gentlemen, the Oretjonian
says: "Mr. liamuni over and over
again in his book declares that be
' humbugged ' the American people
by advertising centenarians, mermaids,
woolly horses and other incredible crea
tures. Outside of bis superior powers
of business organization and combina
tion, in what respects morally does I'.ar
niini differ from the fellows who manu
factured the Cardiff giant, advertised
unci exhibited tho country over us a
fossil man? Of course it is easy to
answer that lie must be 'a fossil man'
to bo imposed upon by Hindi clumsy
frauds, but that answer does not alter
tho fact that fiom I'ainuin down to tho
cheapest 'fakir' at a country fair the
man who gets money under false pre
tenses is a swindler and not lit company
for gentlemen and men of honor. IJitr
num is only a vulgar Yankee, full of low
cunning and deceit, who bus grown rich
by flio practice of successful cjuackery;
and be is no more entitled to public so
cial honors than any other charlatan."
In mentioning tho fact that I .a ! ramie
rejoices over the prospect of soon hav
ing a branch railroad reaching into Wal
lowa county, the Grant's Puss Courier
says: "We wonder how many of tho
busy, hopeful people of Lit Grande when
they sit down to their next New Year's
dinner to talk railroad, will recall the
fact that tho first New Year's dinner
ever eaten by Americans in eastern Or
egon, was partaken of by Mr. Hunt and
party in 1812. Mr. Hunt was olio of the
partners of tho then rich John Jacob
Astor. His dinner was eaten not far
from where bustling I.a (irando now
stands, unci consisted of tho flesh of In
dian dogs and part of the carcass of a
very poor horse, Refine getting tho dog
and horse, Mr. Hunt and party had
made several meals on an old pair of
A I'Kisonku in the East Portland city
jail last Tuesday sent the following note
to the restaurant man w ho furnishes the
meals for that institution :
city J t ii., Nnvcmlicr 25.
Tn Jerry l.urlrh, .Untile iV.sdocriii.- I'liiiso
do 0.0 send nv n,n re liver, bcniuse yen will
lose all year haunters. Venn Truly,
John Ashkhson, II,, I.e.
If the Portland authorities would take
(ho bint from "John Anderson" the
number of tramps boarded by the city
every winter might be considerably
lessened. Give them liver, three times
a. day, and tliu huLiua will hunt, sumo
Tiik September report of the Oregon
statu weather bureau is at hand. Care
fully prepared by P, S. Pague, I. S.
tibial service observer at Portland,
these reports are of no small Value, and
are rendered still more complete by the
frecpient establishment of new stations.
In this connection it may be stated that
the completeness of the exhibit of pro
duct samples from eastern Oregon
w bic It went east with the Oregon car
was due to Mr. Paguo'a untiring efforts.
He is tho light man in the right place.
IIahiiut 1U:kciikk-Si'owk, who won
world-wide fame by the authorship of
"I'nclo Tom's Cabin,"' is mildly de
mented, by the faithful portrayal of n
statu of affairs that once stained the
name of tho nation this woman aroused
the better natures of thousands at a
critical time when her services in the
cause of humanity were of ine stimable
value. In her old age she is again us a
little child and remembers nothing of
tlur dark d.ivs of civil strife.
Tiik farmers in the vicinity of Hia
watha, Kansas, are burning corn for
fuel, liudiiig it cheaper than coal.
WHAT THEY ARE SAYINC.
)on't bit a man when he is clown; he
may get up. Siiellb'tmlcr.
Nothing will so soon make a person
hot as c old treatment. Nyracuxe Herald.
When a man gives "himself away" be
naturally loses his self-possession-.iV.
If timo were money, the tramp would
be roiling in wealth. Merchant Traveler.
Know thyself. If you can't get the
requisite information, run for otlice.
The pugilist is a popular personage.
He is likely at any time to make a hit.
The eagle is dear to the American
heart; but tho double-eaglo is twice as
Many who teach the young idea bow
to shoot, apparently don't know" it's
loaileu I ark.
Like many a young man, nature be
gins her fall by painting things red.
Term Haute Ex pre.
Tho vegetarians may say what they
please, but Adam was fond of spare
ribs. Drake' h Meeiijer.
The easiest way for a good wife to get
along pleasantly is to practice what her
husband preached. Atcltinon (J lube.
It takes us half our lives to learn that
mankind are fools, and the other half tu
be convinced that wo are one of them.
Tho man who is most ready to give
advice is tho one who received a grrtrt
deal that ho failed to use. lfiiujhampluH
The woman w ho declares she wouldn't
marry tho best man on earth often picks
out ono of tho worst ones. Terre JJattte
If we didn't have any rent to pay, and
didn't need to eatunytiiing in this world,
what fine clothes we all might wear.
Talk about generalship! If Napoleon
bad ever goon a girl climb a barbed-wire
fence he would have held tho honors of
AusterliU at nothing. Exehamje.
There's one peculiar thing about a
horse race. You can pick the winners
right along until you conclude to put up
your money. Wu.thiiiittm Capital.
We would bo afraid to print the
Ten Commandments, because some peo
ple would bo sure to think they were a
hit at them ami stop their paper. Ex.
A correspondent asks us about busk
ing bees; but we'd rather let someone
else talk we never had any luck trying
to husk them ourselves. Dtirail Erie
Tho advance guard of the Florida
orange crop, which has reached this
market, is it wea.led lot. They only
contain six sucks to the dozen. Phila
All our plans don't get worked out
the way we expect they will in this
world, and it is mighty lucky for us,
too, that a good many of them don't.
Trusts are being squeezed. Thin rs
one reason w hy, in despite of pessimistic
warnings, the average young man coa
tiiiues to put his trust in lovely woman.
A reward of ten dollars will lv given
lor tne urrest ami detention of the partv
or parties who borrowed their iie'uU-
hor's paper last week and kicked at tiny
ideas set lortli therein. llcisco Dimmer.
A metropolitan newspaper announces
with a flourish of trumpets that New
York is the most moral citv in the
world, lhe world, it maybe remarked,
has been a long time in finding it out.
In a contest for a gold medal in Lon
don, between a male and female cor
netist, tho woman won by "her superior
tonguing." That is the way a woman
generally wins in a contest with a man.
Such is the power of fashion's behest
that were Wales to carry his trousers on
his arm, one half the dudes in Christen
dom would bo following bis example.
The other half would be waiting to find
out which arm. Munnrtfs Weekly.
The name of tho poet Tsohoriiisch
ewski, whom the Czar has recently re
leased irom rMoeria, is sani to no a
watchword uiuong the people through
out Russia." If stood on end it might
servo as a watch tower. Tacoina .Venn.
P. T. I'arnum has been explaining his
faith to the state convention of I'liivers
alists down in Connecticut. Mr. liar
mini says ho puts all bis faith in Cod
and printer's ink. With the aid of these
any man ought to succeed. IUwIuh
When tho first creamery was estab
lished the name had a queer appearance
on tho sign, but now one passes a milk
cry, a glovery, a cheesery, a cideiy, u
toiiacccry, bootery and lots of other
things without giving the matter a
thought. Wo hope, however, that it
will slop before parsonages are spoken
of as pieacdieries. lh trtiit Free Pre.
Dom Pedro, late of llrazil, is about six
feet four inches in bight, and in every
way a physically powerful man. lie
needed all his strength to enable bint to
carry around his name, which is .loao
Carlos l.eopcddo Salvador Ilibialio Fran
cisco Xavier da Paula l.eocadio Miguel
Gabriel Kufaol (ionzagu. And be bus
lived nearly sixty-four years w ith that
t ver in Fast Petalunm a drove of hogs
have been running at large for the past
week, and out at Sunny Slope the festive
cow wanders whithersoever she listeth.
Man strives to beautify bis premises by
planting trees in front thereof, ami de
ltoid the cows bite them and they die
(the trees, not the cows). This causes
man to be tilled with wrath, "for," savs
he, "I pay much tribute unto tho pow
ers that be that, thev ntav Pav the
poimdmait, and behold the poundman
comelh not. Henceforth I will use my
gun, ami those cows shall be put to
Might." I'etalttma iCuf.) Imprint.
A ct mors mishap to a submarine)
cable is reported from South America.
The cable failed to work, anil on going
out to repair it the body of an immense
whale was found cntangeled in the
cable to such an extent that it was un
able to extricate itself, and, being un
able to get fresh air, the huge leviathan
bud been suffocated.
Pi ss, ink and muc ilage placed for the
convenience of the public on the desk
bv tho stamp window in the Portland
postothee are said to disappear with sur
prising frequency. W hat the snuuk j
thieves of I'oitiand will not (steal must ;
bu uisigiulk'jiit indeed. j
Annual exhibitions of agricultural and
mechanical products are beneficial to all
classes of a community. The farmer is
educated in the adaptation of soil to
grains and plants, and the mechanic in
the advancements made in his vocation
l!ut the direct benefit derived is not
alone to these persons. All branches of
art and industrial employments receive
a stimulant in their various vocations,
and by an interchange of ideas should
be made more proficient. The show of
stock raised in trio vicinity creates a
landaiilo ambition to improve breeds,
and this is beneficial to flock masters in
more ways than one. To be successful,
exhibitions must bo patronized bv all
citizens, and this will require an effort
on the part ot those interested. The
farmer should select some sample of
grain or trim ana tiring to the tair; the
mechanic some product of his handi
work, and the artist some work of
beauty or skill. liy such means a fair
becomes a subject of personal interest
and personal advantage. Agricultural
and mechanical exhibitions aid the
growth and development of any country,
and the different associations in eastern
Oregon will undoubtedly have thin ten
dency. In a few years it is reasonable
to expect that better breeds of horses,
of cattle, of sheep, and finer agricultural
products will be seen in the inland em
pire as the natural result of the annual
meetings of the district associations
'The Dalle Ttinrg-Monntitineer.
nut ci.iiini.Mi hates.
The proprietors nf this paper have mnrte nr-
riinircmcnts by which they nro utile to furnish
The New York AVpektv WnH.l
and the Lcxiiictcm Wkkki.v JIcdciet forfl.SU;
ii-Kumi j.iieu ui lilt' IWfl, f J.CICI.
The lletroir, Kw-s I'tohw rend the
brxliigtnii Wkkki.v Hcdcikt for 1.I'.U; regular
prieu in cue two, nc.uci.
The lrtiliilliliin Wpekly r'rr-HH
mm cue i.exinirtim w kkki.v IU Ucjkt icir fl.M;
ri'Kulur price cif the two, f.'.(K).
The Hf'iontifir A irifiirn n ntut llin
I.c'slnirtcni Wkkki.v Iii iiokt for fl.'iO; ri-gulur
I'riry en cue iwo, f l.ciu.
The C'li ica'r, Tifi"lu:fr nwt the Loxinir-
inm.iii . i-.i.ivi.i iii!i,,..i nirfj.ini rcKlllur prieu
nl lhe two, fi.-Ml.
AdilresH ull orders to
tiii-; hi im;i;t,
TVVlH THE CON VKNIKSV i; OF TIIOSI! WHO
I wish In liiive isriiiii chopped, I III here-
llller he prepureil In run the chop mill cm Tlles
cluv mill Saturday of each week.
il-'O 8. H. HOPE.
) f (( .M'ltEH OK I'ASTIItK KOIl KF.NT.
-TWW will His,, Hell the renter thirty tuns
of liny and a ijiuuitltv of strnw. Apelv to
MRS. KATK I'AltsKl.h,
(!' Alpine, Oreuon.
COME AND SEE ME.
rpiloSK INOKISTKI) TO MR AUK HKRKItY
1 n iiiesleil to cicll ilinnuihnlely uml settle.'.
If you i iiiinot pay up at once, you cmi at least
he siimire enniicrh to say so: otherwise von htc
Ihihlc lo leave lhe impression that you' do nut
luletiil lo pay unli! compelled to do so.
U. W. 11KOCK.
O. N. G.
lOMPANY 1. THIRD HKOIMKNT, O. X.
li. Itciriihir drill every Saturday t 7::KI
v. )i. Press drill cm hist Saturday of cacti
month. Inspection everv three mouths.
11. McKAKI.AM). Captain.
VO HKTTKK LOCALITY THAN THIS CAN
lie found for the farmer lo acquire, a
home nf his own mid "Krow up with the couti
trv." IOCMl-A I'.U'KR THAT 1IONKSTI.Y MC
1 ll' Ves In the liilure of Morrow eoioitv as
an r.rfcu!(iirid cINIrict and iiIhiivh stands hy
that hellel. The lli DOKT in only ft per year, lit
Llnt'Kli-A SMALL MKMoRAN'I't'M HOOK.
I Ow ner can have same by applying at this
nlltee and provini; properly.
A Y'ANTKD-MKS OK CAPITAL AND EN
I f ercy to take a look at l.cxiiottou and sur
rouudiim country with a view to establishing
a hank here.
"I r ANTED MORE LIVE ItCSINKSS MEN
M lo locate In LexhiL-ton, the llncst place
In Eastern orc-itmi for a thriving town.
I OS P HEVEIIAL CHRONIC CROAKERS
1 4 who have been hi the habit of constantly
iilmsintr this country as a fnrminir district.
Kinder will picnic, keep under lock and key.
(JETTI.ERS-ANY ONE KNOWING OP A
I, vacant c'livcrnmciit cpiartcr and wautiuit
a trend nciL'libor thereon should inform the
T OST-TIIE KEY To nnvF.SH. HY A
li farmer who culllvatcg discontent In
stead of corn and polaloes. As former owner
has no use for It at present, tinder will please
keep It polished by use. until culled for.
lrANTK! PRACTICAL MEN TO 1NVES
I T tintc lhe advnutaKes of Lexinitto'i ns a
locution for a sorulnim mill.
rpilE 1'SCAL PRICE OF COfNTRY WEKK
1 Hen is from fc! to CI. The Hciiukt Is only
l per year, in advance. The best ii the cheap
est and the cheapest is the best.
IOST-SI'I.KNIMl) OI'poHTfNITY TO SE
d 4-ure icchhI huiuea hy llltuui wlwi Mil luo
long liciorti commit to Morrow county.
1)KHSONAL-TO REACH THE 11EST LO
I entity lor IiusIiickn or farming, lake the
Willow Creek branch at Arlinirtua and buy
your ticket for Lexiuutou.
A r ANTED M EX OF f.lFK. VIM ASD EN
,1 r erxy to locate In Lexington ud prevent
mosa from taking rcaiL
1)KltSi)NAI-IP TIIK MAN WHO WANTS
to sell bis claim will rail at this oftlce he
will hear nf somcthiiut to his advantage.
"I KKHtiXAL TIIK CAPITALIST WHO HAS
I control cif one dollar can hear of a profit
able Investment hy calliiutat the lie ikikt ottlcc.
r A NTK D Molt K FARMERS TO SETTLE
I I In Marrow county and hasten the day
which Is sure to come when this will ho on
of the richest agricultural rcglntin In the North
west. 1HKTY-TWO NI'MHKRS OF THE I.EXINC
toh Wkkki.v IO hokt for 1. If you are
not taking it. subscribe for It: subscribe now.
KEEP IN MIND THE FACT THAT I.EX
ingtou i in the midst of a Due farming
country and that new Is the timelo locate here.
-KiMETO I.KXINOTON: LOOK AT THE LO
VV cation: bsik at the surrounding c-otinirv:
hsdt at your purse and decide that this is llie
place to invest lis enutcnu.
I,1cusiv-A F1RSTC1.AS8 LOCATION FOR
I busictcsa men of energy aiid foresight
l.c xingimi. Misrtvw county, or.
1ER1INS WISIIINll TO SELL llKKlSKI)
raiiclu- or ioiilcslist claims ahauhl rail
at the Itcm.KT orticc. No charge lor advertu
tlig unless sale ts effected.
UiO.VINS IN Bt S1NFSW LOTH CAS HE
ublotucd ut IttV lit WiM oftcv.
A GREAT OFFER!
THE LADY READERS
In our issue nf December 12th we will print an order entitlini? the holder
to a pattern (free) of the above basque, in Bizes for 34, 30, 38 or 40 inches in
bust measure. A pattern of this stylish garment is very useful to anv lady, as
by simply leaving oft" the revers a plain baRtpie is obtained, which "is always
desirable; and it is just such a pattern as every lady Bhonld have in the house.
We have made arrangements with a New York bouse to furnish these
patterns in the different sizes, as above, so that the holder of the "Pattern
Order" may have the size she may desire. This is a great offer, as each
pattern has a full value of 25 cents, being accompanied by an illustration and
explicit directions for putting together and making.
All present subscribers to the Jit'DOKT and all who subscribe before De
cember lL'th will be entitled to one of these patterns free.
WEEKLY BUDGET, Lexington, Or.
AN" I) TIIK
GUIDE, 124 pp. price only 25c, (postage liampt,)
HO l'Oir WANT
TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS?
IK voir 11AVK
Proved Up oh Tour rre-ICiup
lion and I'm Id $400,
It may be to Torn Advantage to call
at WIS OKFUib.
NOTICK OF INTENTION.
Land OrricK at Thk Pam.eh. Or.
November 20. 1KS9.
N'OTIC'E IS IIKRKRY (ilVKN THAT THK
ftillmvtiiK'iiiuiicii settler low filpl entire
nl til tim'titinii to nuike Html proof in sunnnrt
nf hi claim, nail Unit miicl proof will he made
before the County .Imlire of Morrow county, at
Ileppner. nr., cm January 10, Mm, vIb
(eorgc V. H. Hrtanat,
lid. No. 11X7, for tlm HW. of 8eo. U Tp.
H. Zt K W. M. He iianic- the- follovrtuii wtt
mHft t nrnve hi ronlinuotift reaiilcMtcc niHii.
and cultivation nf loticl Inml, Tit: 'riiniu-
c. rah am. I. K, Kitct. Jay Hall ud Sat Dm K
MoYay. all ot Uoosoborry. r.
(9-11) K. A. Mi fxiNALD, Rciiliitex.
I TMOVPVl t'AVKATS AND KK
iVl I ill J i i(ie weurtil, Trmile
marks rcsiiueri'ft, and all other patent eauxea
In the Patent Orth-e and before the ecmrti eure
fnllT and prnnintty prneenttri. rpon reeeipt
of itHMiei or sketrh of invenuou, 1 nmke care
ful examination, and advise a to pat --n lability
free af ehxrtie. With mv tafUe dlreetly arm,
from th Patent UiHcu, and being in iK'rmnial
attendance there, it la appnrenl that 1 have
Miprriur farllidi'g for makln? prompt prelim
inary reiearrliea, fur the more vimarona and
aiiceeaufnl iiriHcretitlon of applleaiiuiia for pat
ent, and for altc-iiillnit to all Imsines eutnuleU
to mv care, in the shortest possible time.
FKKS Mnl'KKATK, aad exclusive attention
Hiveu lo patent tiuaineaa. intormatioii. ad
vice and special rrferenrca sent on rvtuciil.
.. K. LITTELL,
Rolfrltnr and Attorner tn litenl rne.
Uatuiiitiau, ! '.,
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NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Office at The Pai.i.ks Or.,
Novrinhcr 2. lssil.
V"OTICE IS HKIiKIlY (IlVKN THAT TIIK
followiiiK-niimcMl si'tller has lilud nolice
nf his liiteiiticoi to nitiku liniil proof in support
of his clnini, uml that Mild iroof will be mtule
before the County Jailiie of .Morrow county, ut
IlujipULT, Or., on December 17. lttsi), viz:
lid. No. 17IS, for tho NI5. 'i of Sen. 32, Tp. 1 8.,
K. 21 K., W, M. lie minu s the following wlt
neNst'H lo prove his continuous residence upon
unci cultivation of wild land, viz: John Jor
dan, denote ('. Cuviness, French Ilurroiigha
and Henry rudbcrg, all of lone, Or.
(0-11) F. A. MCDONALD, Register.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Office at Tiik Dam.es. Or..
October 2S, Will,
"V"OTK'K 13 HKHKHY (IIVKN THAT THE
-iA followinir-iitinicil settler has tiled notice
ot his Intention to ninke tlniil proof In support
of his claim, und that said proof will be latido
before the Comity Judtre of Morrow county, at
lleppuer, Or., on Due. 20, lshii, viz:
Jo n an Smith,
lid. No. 1102, for tho SK. 4 of NIC. K. of
SK. 1 ; and SW. i4' of SK. ;4 of Sec. :ic). Tp. i S.,
K. 24 K W. M. He names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: (leciriio nice,
V. S. Mu rlin. Tlios. Morgan and Milton Moreim,
ull of Kijjht Mile, Or. '
(5-10) K. A. McDOXAI.D, Keslstcr.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Laxd Office at The Dalles. Or..
October 2S. 1SH9.
"VOTIC R 18 HEKKBY (IIVKN THAT THE
- I'ollowlnir-liilllll'n setner ttJji
or tier Intention to make tinul proof in sup
port of her claim, and that sulci proof will
tie made before the Conntv .Indue of Morrow
count)-, at llcppner, Or., on 'Dee. 21. lssil, viz:
Cynthia A. Ilcnire,
lid. No. 3211. for the W. i nf NK. 'i and W.
of SK. '4 of Sec. 112, Tp. 2 S.. K. 25 K W. M . She
names the following witnesses to prove her
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said laud, viz: J. W. I.lcuallcu, Thco. Cork,
.lucoh Kamst and Ellas Friend, all of Lexing
(5-10) F. A. MCDONALD, Register.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Office at The Dali es, or..
October 2S, lssil.
"V'OTICF. IS IIEHK1IY GIVEN THAT THE
following-liiimcd settler has tiled notice
of his intention to make tlnal proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof will
he made before the County Judcre of Morrow
couuty, at llcppner, Or., on Dee. 20, lnsu, viz:
Hd No. l'.Wl, for the NV. of See. 21, Tp. 1 N.,
K. 23 K., W. M. He names the follow inn wit
uesscs to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: Peter liiiueru
felud. (Icorge Hnucrnfelnd, O. T. Douglas and
Ed. Holloway, all of Saddle, or.
(6-lu; F. A. McUONAI.D. Register.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Office at The Dalles. Or,
November 13. lssti.
V"OTICE IS HEREBY (IIVKN THAT THK
followlng-iiHincd settler has tiled notice
of his intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be made
before the County Judge of Morrow county,
at llcppner, Oregon, on December 30, 1S.VJ, viz:
Harrison II. Iloopea,
lid. No. 2051, for the 8W. of See. 2, Tp. 1 N,
R. 21 K., W. M. lie names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of laid land, viz: .1. F. Dens,
John Hand)-, U. S. Crane and 0. V. Load, alt
of Klla, Or.
(S-r.l) i F. A. MCDONALD, Register.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Office at The Dai i.es, Or..
November 5, lssil.
N'OTICK IS HEREBY (ilVKN THAT TUB
following-named settler has tiled notice
uf Ui iutsrtiliua Ut iai.k aital proof In atepport
nf his claim, and that said proof will be made
liefore the County Clerk of Morrow county, ut
llcppner, Or., on' December 23, lssil, viz:
frank E. Hell,
D. B. No. WW, for the NVV. H of Sec. 2B. Tp. 1 8.,
R. K.,W. M. . He mimes the lolliiw lug wit
nesses t prtiv his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: W. o. Sweet
scr and Win. Durau, of Lexington, Or., and
Wm. Barton aud John Barton, of llcppner, Or.
(6-11) F. A. Ml DONALD, Register.
NOTICE OF. INTENTION.
Land Office atTse Dam es. Or..
Novcmlicr 13, lssn.
"yOTICR 19 HEREBY (IIVKN THAT THE
following-named settler has filed notice
of hit intention to mako Niml proof In suptiort
of his claim, and that said prowf will be made
before the County Judge of Morrow couuty, at
lleppuer, Or., on December 81, lss, viz:
Hd. No. 1S2D, for the MV. of See. :rj. Tp. a
S R. 24 K., W. M. He names the following
witnesses to prove hl continuous residenc-u.
upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Chas.
Anderson, of Eight Mile, or., and Andrew M..
I'etcrson, (,eo. M. Holmes and John Joansuu
of (icaiseberry, Or.
(a-13) F. A. Mc DONALD, Register.
7 V HORSES.
OVR HORSE 'ARE HRAMKD 7 y OX
right shoulder mostly. We own a number
nf 77 aasl I X hones, but all have lhe J V
brand. We w ish our horses lo range lietween
lone and Well Spring. Any person seeing any
uf our brand distant from this range will do us
a favor by mailing lis a c-ard telling here the
morses were seen. We will endeavor to reelp
mh ate aueb favora. CKAM: HKciS.,
(,M;lj Klla, Oregou.
ANT.Y ONE DOI.LAR-IN ADVANCE FOR
V tifiy-two numlK-rs of your local paer, ttiv
' LL.MM.IOS WklkLY litHbll.