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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1891)
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i lie iimh'I' ll.M.r win iH'iilmlilv In
lllio in . I i.ll'iiiiu r.M.iiiM. Inn-ont.
Hon, i;. Hniiili ImM week i mi r
rliiiwiMlii. ,, ,.( ,,1'H,,. Hi lmol h.,ii..c
id' tin- T-, m ile ( '..ini!iriy, mi.I h.ii ,(
I'iikI hiill'of il, he.ng 1 1 i'l y' l.y linn-
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Woi'U on ill). i;i'iiiiiii Ii im L.tii nun
nii'iiri il an. I (hi. clnin li will ho liiillt a(
Win urn I.ihI-c K. of I'. Iiiim clninu'-
fil Hh mooting uui Until filllhiT
luil ice lo Friday IliHh'iiil of Saturday.
The i'Iiiiiii- whs i iiiim iI Ii y llii' Hlor.
liil'Hol'I) ( 1 1 1 hi 1 1 v taking pliti-i- (hi!
wmir hloiil N-vciiil nl' lhi. K. of 1'.
tin 1 1 1 1 n it U'luiiginglng lo ,
K v. ('. W. Wills. iniHlor of ll.
I'nitiil J li l I n ii i iliiucli nl Miioil Kivor
No .Ham I'rc'rinjilIotH,
Wammmiton, MiiitIi 4.('oiiimiss.
loin r (iinir, of (lie general land oflh'o,
(niliiy w nt registers liini receivers of nil
I" imI olllii'M tin' following telegram:
"The llinlicr culture iiml pre-emption
Iiiwh iiii IIiIh day repealed. Allow no
further onirics tlicio iinijiT these
F M Jackson
'AsiiiTo( March I -Tim llll lo! 'tcr Knpku
repeal the (linhcr ciiliuro law In more ' ' 1 ''wt" 1
far-reaching in I.h oH'ccts tl.at, western ! Mri A.h, "l'Z,
sot tiers generally suppose, liosldes re- Polk itutler
pealing tin- tlnihcr culture and pro-! i "lil ruttiTwin
iiiitliii Iiiwm, it j.iovl.li-H tlmt lioiiii-! V.,J' Jlut'"tw,iy
Hli a.l.TH n.i.i.i.t .oinnnit.. In Mlx 1 , y IS""
iiioiiIIim, l.nt nniMt live on tla-lr cIiiIiiih 1 J W Htii-lu
one yi ur Ih Ioio lin y iui" iiniiiiuti; and i Jl L Ilowo
liny I in' ciiHtoniiiry I.",, iht ih ic. out-;
hI'Ii- tin- iiiilioail limith, or Innidt) ,
Vmmtf AMlauvt' Oricnrilzcd.
H. V. Jtouiii'y, ittutu orKunlcr liiHtl
tnkil u county Alllunco In tli dull tf
oluiiiblu Alllunco on J':ijlit-Mll, Feb,
inn following dnli'KnU'H wirro in at-
Icii-lanci) from Hie Alllancin In the
iimi n iit jmrtM of tint county
uii'i lii lln' city ycHt.-nlny. (he fsiicst of j Hie lallroiul IIiiiIIm, and wciirc title to
Tim mull nrrlvi fi..in hlrnlMmnt t 11
Uk A. ,M. i mIiivh mi.I hiiliii.lnv; ih-
I'd U ''in mimiic ilif, .,i ,i.i,,.
m '?'''""""";''"'' "! " A. M. iirrhvaiil
I , M. Nit 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v x.
Kur Willi.. Hiilin. it, i.ii,. ,v nl K , i
rrlvKa m tun. u i'l H'k I'. M.
fruiii Whlii. M11I111..11 ,,n... f,,r .',
ir, Ir.iul i.nkfuiiil 1,1, i,, M.hi.i,,,., ,
.! I , I tCHlll' I till ll'l'. ,Mr. Wl'llH CXICCM
I to commence nt mi curly ilnle, Hie
I creel Inn of ii new cliure'li at oo.
lliver, 'I'liim Hie oiiil woik ocmiiii.
1 Ihilh-H ( 'linmit lf.
H OW iirm
JC F Wlcklmm
ii ii John
J H Tnylor
J V Jvotiljr
.1 A Kcclcy
il K Moore
O W I'attcrKon
J oh n K vim
10 (- Miller
11 A i'ratt
V 11 Taylor iwlf
Frank W iHidM&wlft'
K-th Morgan A wife
am JMiilly liroyleM
Tim (Mini ..ill, ,. m . 1 1
iriiiti n . mi M .1
wlmil II u I II l.i' i,,i n iiniti ll mini ,
f.ir f-iirrii ili-ll verv
M. fMl'l.l Slll' hui,
IHtlKF l.0( Ml, J1AT1T.1CS.
Oil cloth at tin. fiirnltuiv utore.
Untitling paper at furiilture more.
I ICIUIVH ir.nneil to outer a .
Kc of I'oi tlantl
Mix. . It. II
ItiiiK Mii, II. ('
io the furniture Moiv ihi.1
and III einl mill tint;.
Mix. Snow who , ,ih Urn H,.(
forM'Viral vn k U iniirovlng nlowly.
There w ni a jilcni-aiil Mirriuc parlv
.lit Mr. A. 11. Jinien IVKlitrii,.,. I hiilwhiV
JoMCjlll A. WIImiIU
Hat unlay and enu U
I lie lunik Another liiioortant feature i lirazil Hiiviil'o
of the hill In that which i.raclieiillv an- Kdgar Pratt and wife.
null all eonii HtH for lauds w hich have I '1'ie Allowing oIUccih were elit-U'd.
hecn Initiated, lor llnal oroof him Ihcii I J J'' Met orniack, pa-dident: Folk
made hy tin; w iilem in many iiiHtunciH ,J"tlT, Vice FrcHident; W J (,ampbfll,
now pending In-fore the Interior de-, retury; II fuylor, Treasurer.
piirlmeiit. HjM'clal agent of the laud! finance (oinmlttcc, Folk Uutler,
olllcc have renorted that the i.roof "'" I.yan r II Htunton
i .i . . . 'I'l lit I) mm it I ii rr I - I i .1.. .1 J
IM..U...-. i 'i if Hiaiii' iy incM'tl tTrt wiw uiiMut Hhiiliir - "uu iiuifn ana
in niiia , Ik. - .. .f I ... i .....
Wowcr was eleee, 'illl'"'Kti the laii.li on which i.roof u ""e ,um'u WUM m'rvvil W the ladies,
h.m In en mad.; have tni-n wild or have ;" a v"t or thanks was ex
hecn foreclowtl under a iiiortL-mrc irlvcn u'n,u,, ' wiles foi their kindneMH.
hy the net tiers to ohtain money for
making Until proof and payments.
The net also provides for the reservation
ol sites for irrigating purposes and
gives right of way through all projs r-
l cities owned hy the I 'lilted States for
j the building of irrigation canals and
T!le stock holders of the Hood Ulver
Towusltc Company held their annual
meeting Tuesday afternoon, ami elect
ed a hoard of directors as follows: A.
i S. Mowers, Joseph A. Wilson. I, R
! I rowe, I ,a vt leiiei
; lUllilap. A. S.
: president and Lawrence Mowers seerc-
; W. I. Calkins arrived here from
' Seattle Sunday to visit his brother F..
i I). Calkins, and sister Mis. M. j;.
I.ocke, wlioiu I,,, had not H'cu
twenty-one yearn. Another brother
I It. A. whom we mentioned lust week,
' being with tlicin made it a fi.mllv re
' union, all bring present but one
; brother Who Is ill Seattle,
I ll is ruir.ored that the I'lilon Faeille
will build a ;yli,UiMl h,,e al the Cns
, cades the comiinf siiuimer, The eoni
Ipanyowiis a laige tract of land there,
and Would, no doubt, U' able In (Hhjiom.
'of a coii-iileiable porlioit o it iii the
.shape of low ii lots if such a hotel was
binll. it Would bene move to lo
cate Hie hotel here, I ii ( I he com nan v
I n lis no land hi re to gel their money
and i. tin r I
S. J. I,n I'imimt
Mis, Will I'i. Iter mid Mi- Happy
.... i vt III I 11(11 II .. 01 I I
1 nuisiiay iiiormii.
Mr, I). A.Jones left f.,r bin
.Montana loda v, nod ex peel t,
liei-e lii a month or so.
Several new meiiiN-rs will
Int.. the A. If. C. W. ,,(p
ine ne.Ai regular meeting.
Thcri' was a i!ea-an( MirpKs,. party
lit K. C. I lot; CI 'Iu.mIcv bt, on 1 1 ii
aeiDUIlt of ,M iss Ji.sie's l"..li IhImv.
Captain A, S. j:!,,ers of C,,,,,-
..ot itieixe.l ins ioiiii,:.-,i fn,,,,
i ii turn
Some time since Mr. A. S. Mowers
eiive notice that the well known I'l I'm
ol I. lowers ,V ( rowell Mould rrnsr o
exist, he w ll llill'au lief IVoin the loin i
We are pleased lo learn that Mr!:,''u
I, lowers lies I. -eoiisalered the matter,
and thai the linn w j eonliniie ji
t.uiii.s. Had the part licrsliip ceased
Ml. Mowers would Molialih- have tell
Tlie San Jan Sciile.
Tin1 following circular has Urn sent
to various jicisoiih in The Dalles which
Complaint has been made to this
hoard that trees on proeriy owned by
jyou on your place are infested with the
Sail Jose Seule. The mule is very dan
gerous to the life of not only fruit trees
but shade ami ornnuiciital trees and
shrubs as well, and if not promptly
ked will spread itself over the en
tile country. Thisistoollicially notify
you that something must U- done,
cither by cutting down and burning
un motion we extended a vote of
thanks to Mr Kcclcy for the use of his
house and the kind manner which
all were treated by him.
On motion the meeting adjourned.
I J K McCOKMAfK,
I President, County Alliance.
W J C'AMI'HKM.,
i Secretary, County Alliance.
On and after the Kith, of this month
I will U prepared to mako all papers
for tiling on government lands.
J. il. CUAIll.KIIAUGll.
W. H. WILSON.
A TTOIIXEY-A TLA W.
ROOMS fit, AJf D i'i, JUKW VOOT niKTC,
THIC hh.lA.YH, OKKUO.V.
Vvrvn VfATKisn a Mf.s
Vogt's new building, Second St
JOHN H. CRADLEBAUCH.
ATTOHyEY AT LA W.
Prnrtl!cii In all tlie court a of ()njon and
WuMhlBgton. Hoclalattritlmiflvei to eat.
HOOD KIVEU OHEGON.
PERRY Sc JONES,
nomnooM or tun
hi Hirer Market.
Ip oraiUi , hnd tuO
Ciioice Meats of all kinds
FVCrV ImmIv VHIlll In IT I
ulver Valley. I have soma verv u.
si rahle tracts of gixsl land on nay list
iwr iwiiiiu.ins, nomcsteaiis and tim
bcred claims, with runuing water on
them. I can locate seveniT sfs tmi
advantageously. lh not fail to see
me at IIikmI River Falls or h.I.i risiu ft...
at Jlood Kiver, Wasco County, Oregon.
Several milch cows,
Byrkett, White Halnion,
Apply to A. R.
Sausages a Specialty.
tp.h) atUntioa paid to
and Supplying Meat
in Large Quantities
Don't Forqt the Place,
HOOD RIVER MARKET.
next door .to Claciik
Olinger & Bone,
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nn, , u,v .mi lor. i (o:iiiiue uees inns iniesu'ii, or ny ue-
l.'H' him. We me i:lti, in ail.i (,;, ,,,. . Htmying the lu sts. This can be 'done
,t .iiiii u iriin i xi I I .
I'. IM C ill ueeliiiv
lilnwi is' snli J,:iw
a ii.isiiion In the
uoM inor i en m, rr i,;t,i u, , ii
Our Millliu Cnmpunv h.is Uen
Hinted 1 1 . .Ml "ti" to "Ii," by w
li ner ji . Known bereiifier.
'I'l... m.ir. i , ....
.... ... J .1 .1. FI.H II. ! II r . ...
mm should arrive Imhiv.
If yen want to pniciiMse Mime line
plellilrs or ir;tuii( r,.v, ,.)iai
(I. I ll . ... . ''
" hi r. j i.iiiuinss' MniittlirM
The Williiuiette vnll. y M-is
l snow stiirm Silndav, snow lallliiji'
to a depth nl' from U) f(irt,.,-n
puny were s
i Tlie f.-lliwilig notice wiis received
last wee!;, but we were unable to Iiml
riio in for it : "
''.-nil. lay si'hool at Die Odell school
Inni-..' at 1' o'clock p. iii. Milton Odell
sllperhileiiileiit; I'lrd Kemp, assistant.
n th; 1st, (-Midday, iireueliing by the
Fast. ir la v. Ti-ity Hieliy, riKht" after
Sunday sclmol. Every' Hist Smid.iv
the lniriPs MipjH-r is set forth, and j
die Lord's cidbli'eii me nt home a!
fi.t table. ),i other Sundays, preach
iiig alter Siindav school."
by the prompt and thorough use of the
washes recomuciided by this board.
The following remedy is recom
mended liclng cheap, simple, easily
proeu.vd, and clleetivc:
Mr. A. K. I)isbrow has postponed his
sale for sixty days from February :Ktli.
(aurge 1'. Morgan and E. W. Nevius
have )K.-ned an ofllee in the store for
mer! v is'eupied by Mr. Garret son as a
jewelry store, on Second strwt, next
door to (ieonre Hneh's grocery store,
and are prepared to make all papers for
tiliiij.'s or entries cither upon the for
feited lands or government lands of
any sort. They will act irs attorneys
in contests, hearing and land law
cases of every description, iloth these
gent lemeii are ex-clerks of the U. H.
land ollliv at The Dalles, and eertainlv
jM.sscss the reouisite knowledge and
ex perieiiet;. Call and see them when
you go to M he Jlalles on land business.
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a (. ji.iiiii.a Jl llliv 1 1. ill! Ol -
ISahhit's eoiiirntrated lye and dissolve ! SIMMONS.
ill two and one-half gallons of water. I" the Justice's fourt for Hoist Itlvor Pre-
Add one-half pound of rosin. Use hot."
This strength , of wash, which should
I.) W bile jjoil.i
i One day this
j and ( :rol,"e U.r
; il.scovcled a i oii;;ar track,
t heir do;; on it and follow cil
distance, when the eo!i:!iir
clnct. In IWnsiii. tHitii.tv i if..,,...
M. V. Hiirrl'son, f'lui'ntilT,)
I -- ri.....i. u.., . . I
i i i i . i . ....I .rs jh.rit, in i-nnani. i
lM.nl.ltIl,.ll 1 1 , it lit' lll..t.l.J (.I II u..Pll,T Ti. Phoplnu 1I..I...- .1 '.. . .
ri"" ', "j ........... ... . rnjr . i. r. ih.hu, iiiv i, im,vc mi nie.i (lOIC'Il-
uiini. iii nit1 inline in hh. siint,. ..ri iri.r.n
mi arc h.'ii liv ii.iniimiidiMl to ii.) ar and
pump, ought not to be used after the;
I from Cnlifoi'
I'. J!. chu.vh at
Hev. Mr. I last nrriv,
nla, dunn I lie w ed;
the const ruction of tin
Mrs. Allen Lloyd f Km!, who cmne
here a eoiijiie o weeks ago on account
of licrinotiier's sickness left for home
'J'hc skatln-r on the ponds near here
was lair during the early portion f the
week, and most of n'. yimnu fniH
took ashy at it.
Kei-t Straiiahun who has been spend
ing the winter nt Troutdale, leir for
that point yesterday iiiorning fU.,.
Vceks visit home.
Mr. Fred Hatch arrived here from
(alilornla Saturday. JJis health is not
the best and lie will probably remain
with us forsouiu time.
i1.'; '''".i ,('n,we ''""' !wn from The
Dalles Juesday to attend the annual I
iiieeuiig oi tun stockholders of the
Hood Kivcr Townsile Comjiany.
The debuting society which meets at
Jlarrct's school house has changed its
nights of meeting from Friday to
Wednesday, meeting every week-
J. it. Rankin has sold twenty-four
aerosol' his place near town to h. .
Jones forSililOO. Mr.Jones has a bargain
as the land isclioap at twice the sum.
At. a meeting of the board of school
directors Monday afternoon, i'rof. F.
A. Snyder was employed to teach a
four month's) term beginning at once.
The latest, novelty out is the "Match
Icss Repealing Airtiun." Shoots li. Ji.
Hhotof any kind. Once loading pre
pares you for (id shots. For sale at the
The Towisile Company Monday de
livered a bond for a deed 'to Mrs. S. M.
Harrison and T. C. Dallas for lot in
block C of Hood liivor. Consideration
Will Langille arrived home Satur
day, bringing a. series of line views of
mi. noon taken by McAlpine. Wo
understand he visited Cloud Cap Inn,
during the week.
Tho Postal Inspector was hero last
week, and stated that the Jlood Jtivcr
olllcc was one of the best, managed in
the state, complimenting Mrs. Cham
phu highly on her reports, accounts
Ephriam Hutchinson and family
arrived 1 tiesday from FugetSouiul and
).",Vti , l5',,.tl'd N- K Wvm' liouso,
l uey left here about, a year ago, but
like every one else who has lived here
could not be satisfied elsewhere.
The timbers for (ho bridge across the
east fork two miles above Wi nans'
place are on the bank ready to be put
in place as soon us the snow is oil'
the road will be cleared south to the
base lino, and will undoubtedly be
-continued to the elk bods.
i in ,v put
it a short
111. t.leii iii n.iine lirii-li jcaehe I out his
paw and took the dog in hriore be
Knew it. Holding him in hi mouth
the big eat climbed. -i big oak tree and
proceeded to kill die dog by biting him
through the back, mid tl'ien lav him
across tlie limbs of tlie tree. One of
the men watched iiim to kirp him
lived, w hile the other went home and
got a gun. He was a big fellow but
uiey saved mm jiisi tlie same.
K v. W. II Hast, of Shasta county
California, will lill the pulpit of the
I'. 15. church next Sabbath morning
ami evening. Minuay sellout ul Hi u.
m. A welcome to all.
C. W. Wells Pastor.
Kcsalaiioiis of ,Syiinttiy.
Wjikkkas, Sister I,. li. Thomas, has
Ism so greatly bereaved in the death
of heroniy child a precious boy
-AVWrn, that the members of Canity
W. J. Corps do oMond to sister L. J.
Thomas and Dr. Thomas, their heart
It'cMohnl, that in the death of New
ton Thomas we lVol a personal loss, and
grieve that his voice and presence will
be missed from the little company of
boys who have brightened our eatb.
erings with their patriotic songs
Jt'cuulrctt, that in the going out of
this young life, his country has sus
tained a loss, for this youth was early
taught the debt of gratitude a man
owes to his native laud
Jitwlrcd, that we tenderly admon
ish our sad companion:
"Of all we know
Ol all tlmt we can dream below I
Of that far land to whieii V II
Thisone expression, hath expressed AIr y'
To us, iis blessedness, the best, say wi
He giveth his beloved rest." in term
JiCKOlvcil, that, a copy of these reso
lutions be sent to sister L. It. Thomas,
and a copy to the Uj-acikr and be.
transcribed upon our journal.
J.ly order of the Committee.
Iiuit buds have commenced to swell. " ,NW r 'niiiuim iiii-.i nuing you in the
in, -.i niuwi on or i.ciore .Monday tho
Trusting that this will receive
protapt attention, I am
Jamks A. Vakxev.
1 he school meeting held here Mon-
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J""' I " 'V -M'..., ,-..'1,111 II1U IKMirOI 1 Ol'lllTK
I l. in. tlmt Im'Iuk tlioilrxt ilny of url follow
, liiK kIx wirliM iMibllnitlon of tilts hiiiiiiihhim.
; .mil ii fn.i c..ii .. i '
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i, in, Hll, oiKe JllllL'.'lllI'llI
I iikiiium you tor tin' sum or $7:l.Hl anil Interest
j thi nim at the rutu of olwht per eenl jxt
. . .. . oi" in, nay in Ni'iucnitier, ISiH).
, anil lor tils owl una .lIsliuiHeiiieiitii herein.
iounrerurtlieriiiitlili.il n..,t ti,iu
. . ....n nii.i....,im
s servi'il upon you hy imtilleiitlou hy onler of
ii. i. j,in.,n lm. Hiiee i.n Hixiii Hlvcr
If ltnii.l tbo .V.Y "'".T. V """"V nun suite iiuute on the
ii. iVailll, IIIC L'llll. llilV I.I I'.'l.riuirv Ivtll , Wi .
chairman of the board of directors, Hon. Jllstu,e of tliu 'or od Uiver' i-reeinet.
E. I,. Smith, presided. The minutes'
of the last previous meeting were read NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION,
and approved. The report of the clerk IjHlll om,.e nt Tne 0r Jan ?, mu
was accepted. S. E. Bartmess was X,.t ice is hereby given that the fol
noniinatcd for director to succeed 11. lowing-named settler has filed ltotiec nf
1 day was a remarkably harmonious one
I In the absence of Mr.
School District No. 2.
There was a full attendance of the
voters of this district at their regular
meeting last Monday. Mr. E. Locke.
waseiccicd director lor the term of
throe years, and Mr. J. F. Armor was
A tax of live mills was voted, three
mills for salary of school teacher and
two miils lor purchasing" the latest im
proved seats for the school room and
ceiling the same overhead. When
this is done, No. 2 will have the best
equipped school house and building of
any country district in the county.
Prof. F. R. Andrews, who la light a
four month's term in this district last
fall, has been seen roil for another four
month's term, commencing March 9th.
Rand wltose term ol'ollieo expired, and
there being no other nominations, on
motion tlie clerk was instructed to cast
the ballot of tlie meeting for him.
E. J. Thomas and Jennie Champlin,
were placed in nomination for clerk,
the latter being elected by a vote of '2'1
On motion a tax of six mills for
school purposes was levied. No fur
ther business appearing, tlie meeting
Hood Kiveu, Or. March 3. 1891,
I desire in this public manner to ex
press my gratitude to the friends and
patrons of tlie school who unanimously
elected me to the position of school
director at the meeting last Monday.
While it was a position unsought by me
and accepted with reluctance, because
of the unpleasantness so often con
nected w ith it, yet I have always tried
to adopt the rule to shrink from noth
ing that I feel U be my duty, and will
try to tietray no trust that you have I
placed within, my keeping, and am
sure I only voice the sentiments of
Smith and Mr. Blowers when 1
will work together for the best
interests of the school and ask for your
wujieuiuou iiiat wo may make it a
success. Kespcct fully,
S. E. 1JAJIT.MKSS.
congregational services for March
nui, 18111. 11 a.m. in tlie valley church
u""ui scnooi iu a. m. Tlie services
in Columbia hall will be at 7:30 instead
oi i I). 111. as heretofofo 'IVvt John
it tlie Son shall make you free, ye
nis intention to make final proof in
supiKtrt of his claim, and tlmt said proof
will be made ttefore the Register and
lteceiver at Tlie Dalles, Oregon, on
March 7, 1891, viz:
D. S. 7125, for the S. S. E. , N. W. 1
S. E. 4, and S. W.j N. E. , Sec. 28,
Tp. 2 N., It. 10 E., Willamette Mer
idian. He names tlie following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Peter Molir, John Lena, John Kroe-
ger, Jotm A. Mohr, all of Hood River,
uregon. JUtiN W. LEWIS.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Oak Street, near Postofice.
HOOD RIVER, - - OREGON.
Wc have First-Class Stock and Outfits, Double Buggies, Hack
and Saddle Horses.
A Fine Four-Horse Coach, suitable for fishing or excurwo
piTheH, carries nine passengers. Parties taken to any aocewi
ble point. Keliabh drivers.
Our Dray delivers baggage or freight anywhere in the Vallej
Crandall & Burget,
Furniture, Carpets, .
A Full Line of
Mail Orders Pronptly Attended to
166 Second St. The Dalles. Or.
shall he lroo indeed.
The U. Ii. Church services and Sun-
ll",? SL'iV.C)I W1U l,e "freafter hold in
ilivited vms' Hil11-" Ev(,,,y boiy
A fine pony suitable for a lady to
ride, together with side-saddle, bridle
a nd complete outfit- luquire of James
A farm of 100 acres, eight miles firm
Hood River on the Mt. Hood road.
tor information couccriiliur ii innnim
Land Office at The Dali.es, Or.,
February 6, 1891. j
Notice is hereby iriven that, tti fnt
lowing-named settler has tiled notice of
nis intention to make final proof in
support ot Ins claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Register
ami iteceiver at ine Dalles on March
m, iszi, viz:
(Jeorgo E. Lay,
D. S. 0,094, for the N. E. i, See
He names the following witnesses to
prove ins continuous reiiience upon
and cultivation of said land, viz: C. L.
morris, j. v. Markley, C. P. Bush and
J. 1. iNealeigh, all of Hood River.
JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.
B. R. TUCKER,
101 Bill MILLS
OP ALL KINDS.
HOOD RIVER, OR,
J. M. HUNTINGTON, & Co.,
HAVE JUST COMPLETED AN ABSTRACT OF ALL
In Wasco County, and are prepared
to furnish all desired informa
tion about titles to any land
in the county on
We also do a general Real Estate and
insurance business. Persons havlnir
nnni.A..in 11 . . ,
juujikiij lUBi-u, r money to loan on
approved security will do well to con
I fir ill
to inform his many fricndu and lh publi
Eenemllv that lio has r .-moved oil
umlortakinj; room to
NICKELMIiN's RETT BUILDING
Corner Third and Wahin(rtoo,
Where he oarriae a full ttock ot ererythlnf ueedt,
n . i" that buninen.
ordori by dispsteh, exprwe, nwtl or la mmf
Koniptly attended to and sattafaotion ruarante.
Can bo seen anv hour ot th day ornlifht at bl t'a
'Sr,.00"' '0UU, "ud WMhin.
Opera How. Block The Dalle Ck-. Wht Tfernrt r.
MAIEB & BBNTOH ,
The RED FRONT Gro
cers have moved to the
cor. of Third and Union
St. where they carry a
complete line of staplo
And also do a Reneral commfosfcui
business. Thankful for past fivt w
solicit a continuance of the same at
our new store in the old Post Office -Building
Cor. 3rd, and Union Sts.