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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1891)
IIOODRlVF.l!, OK., MAY, 1S.M.
That tlio IVooration sorvioos will lo
Weil ut tended today, is a matter of
course. Our lit Ho oeinetory contain)
lint tA' ktitlil itr'.l irtstViW Vet 1M1I1I,1
thtw, tho ol.l comrades, whom hit a
few vonr, will see again joinod to tlu-.n
it j.u" 'j
In tho hoMs of tho groatlH-yo.nl, w ill
pit her to pay thoir tribute f allirtion
ami of honor. Ami horooaoh comrade
willhantra wreath in renioinhratuv of
Homeone who fide by sido w it It him,
uphold tho country's Hag amid tho ur
giuptof dospor.tto and donhtftil hattlo.
Kach family, almost, claims its soldier
iloud, and yet, dying in tho country's
euiiso, they lolong not to families, hut
to tho nation. It
is a fitting trihuto
to those heroic dead, that w hen Si vit'.ir
i. i . .i. -i.i ...i.i. i .i....;
lias uccwoii ute canu u nu oeauiv, mess1
graves should bo garlanded, and the
whole people as one mmtnon mourner
pay simple out ucauuiui inouie 10
tUiiso who gave up their homes, their
families, all they held most dear, and
crowned the sacrifice with tlieir lives at
duty's call. Tho glory of theirachieve.
..v tits is the brightest jewel ia the nu -
lions diadem, ami these llowers with
which we bedeck ti-eir graves todav,
ure litting emblems of tho nation's lov-
ing tenderness. For them "the silver
void Is loose 1, and the golden bow I
Oinken, the pitcher is broken at the
lountain, and the wheel is broken at
ton cistern." The ve:irv in.ireh the
divurv vigil, tho danu'er and the sacri -
nee for them are over. X more for ! 11:111 " "cioicu ana humous mis- j u u not had pb'i to fjo over the
them will rattle of musketry, roll of b:Ul1 awaiting her in Fortland, but t(f 1J p:,IK.rs, us one goes thnmnh
drum, or blare of trumpet, sound; but IjU'lj Deady's judicial sju'etaclcs are, the family's wardrobe, selecting the best
childi'en's voices lifted tit) in soniT f nionstruus si.e, and wonderful ittag-! for longer preservation anl carefully giv
given wreaths, and fragrant llowers,
shall speak the country's loyalty to its
ucud, year after year, udown the cycles
of time until the nation shall be no
OF STATE I SI' Klii: ST.
Next Monday the consolidation
question will be settled in Portland,
East Portland ami Albina, and wo
sincerely hope settled right. They are
virtually one city and by consolidation
will be the leading city of the north
west. If the opposition would take a
look at the proiMisitiun from tue right
eud of the telescope they would see
how big a thing consolidation really U.
Let us suppose for instance that the
three cites werw consolidated and had
a population of 100,000. Would any
good citizen consent to its being di
vided up into three cities as at present?
AH Oregon is interested in this matter,
and we hope tnat we w ill not be dis
appointed in the result. Portland is
now the leading city in the northwest,
and when consolidated, she will main
tain that supremacy for all time.
The Jews eqiel!ed from Prussia who
seek a home in this country are far
from being a desirable class of immi
grants. A 2sew York paper says it
will take three generations of close
contact with our public schools and
soap to get them in a condition fit for
civilized peolpe to associate with.
The better class of Jews in this country
are objecting tojthtir brethren coming
here, partly because they are ashamed
of them, and partly because they
lie called upon to assist them.
most serious objection to them is
as a class they are non-producers and
refuse to work at anything outside of
the lines of mercantile industries.
The czar won't have them in Russia
and no other country seems to want
them. The Argentine Republic can
absorb them more easily than any
other country, and it is probable that
this will be their second promised
8ecretar Pdaine has gone to liar
Harbor, Maine, to recuperate. For
some time he has been suffering from
an attack of gout, and it is stated that
it will be several months before lie
again takes his place in 'Washington.
There were rumors of failing intellect,
hut this is unadulterated gossip. It is
stated in this connection that the pres
ident has kept himself well informed
as to the business of the secretary's
olrice, and will pursue his policy, that
the foreign policy will he vigorous but
not rash, that tlje Chilian war shall
cease, this government intervening,
and that Venezuela shall have our
strongest moral support against the
encroachments of British Guiana, and
that our hold on the Sandwich islands
shall be strengthened. The average
American citizen who imagines, him
self necessary to the country, can read
a moral, from Mr. Blaine's temporary
retirement. He is today, at least the
peer of an v man in America, yet the
wheels of government move just the
suine, when he is not in charge.
Attorney General Miller has decided
that certificates can only be issued in
policy in payment for bullion pur
chased, hut that the gain arising from
coinage of bullion when paid into the
treasury becomes part of the cash and
that it can he used like any other.
The secretary is now considering the
proposition to issue silver certificates
against ?a),000,0U0 in silver half dollars
now in the treasury. It strikes us that
the wail against silver would have- a
more nielodius tone, if there was silver
' inoiii'!i in 'lie oonnM'v for li needs,
I Iu! the v i- now tind Iuih Iven for si
I .hi,; is i iv ivnrx i!y of oiKcr. Tlu'tv in
! not ci.).i;.!i in i iivu!a:i'i tonupply llio
needs of trade, ami i very etumtiy nier -
! ohunt i rainftillv nwaro t thi fad
I'ntil tin1 orcein into elrnlation in
Mitlleicnt .Uinilities to meet tho do-i
niumW of trade, tho ory against five!
vninngv' is ju-i:i;tt mt. I
Tin-oi,;hnvitth n.u.al convention of!
the Oiv;im State t;.a,;uMf l'atrons of
, , . ,,', , ,
j llt.shan hy lin t at lllisN.r,., 1 nosday,
j with orthy Master 11. K. Hayes in
i tho oliair. Tho morninp: session w as
secret, luit at j. m. tho jhhmIo moot-
ing was held. There wore tifty dole
gates in attendance hut what they did
is not a matter of pnhlicity.
; aUuit a
ivccntlv decided that
doen .lapaneso women who
' had attempted to land at S'ttt I'ritnciseo
! and w ho were refused a landimr on the
i .i.. .i , i . . .
gniuini ittai iney w ere oroiigni netv
for immoral purposes, were entitled
to tho frdon, of tho rnitcd States in
1 general, ami tue givai sia1 01 invgon
in particular, lie declare Vlhat if the
j women were of any otlnj- 'ationality,
1 there would lo no iciest i ,raiscd, and
: ,ll:lt t,,l'lv bo no with ihoss
! Jiirane. women. On t?.o witness
1 s:'11"1 0;u';i ""d every fair, hut hias-cyed
; IVmal- swore point blank that she was
j niarricd, and several of them picked
out their husbands w ho were pivsellt
in the court-room, and these in turn is a continual invitation to such work, i hohI omn m Tiie iniienr. Apiil, in. iv'i
added their tertimonv to that of their i And. loo, there tiro mativ things. r.uiMi j Nuiiei i herein- i:irn ttmt ttu follow in:r
I brevet wives It is mhv vtr tn'o i ,-S''fr1 kuowled:;o and much goo.1 litora- P""""' "',,1,,.r " -, tii.nt
! until "HN Ji j'.iiii,, Mi.iuj.i . .,1 - to lintUe 'I'liil noot In iI'hhI o tils t IiiIiii.
i that these Women
I Hint the. women wlm umil.l linvn
! 1 Francisco if they could,
. . I. t. 1 1 ..... 1 ... 1 i .... I. ..
and he saw- lliroiiuh it !
It is stated that when president Har
rison visited Portland the first thing!
he asked to have pointed out to him
was tnat grand okl mountain ot wliicli
he had heard so much, Mt. Hood. The
rain was coming down under the per
sonal supervision of J. Pluvius, nu ab-
j original Orvgonian: the clouds dragged
the misty fringes of tlieir skhvets
i through the tops of the big iir trees,
j and the mountain was simply invisi
ble. It was mist from the scenery.
The gentleman of w hom he imjuiicd
; was eual to the occasion, and tak.ng
tue nart v to the rort ami." ana noint-
... .. . . ., ,
ing uae lumu iu iiie j;t;v 11 nnie.ll t.lliiu
ing where judge Leudy was visible,
said:".Mt Hood Mr. President, is hull
down, but yonder stands the biggest
thing in Oregon except Mount Hood,
When the world was young the
faiiies met one lieautilul spring day,
and desiring to make the most beauti
ful thing in the world, the queen of
the wood elves touched the ground
with her wand and there sprouted,
grew, and bloomed, a white rose. As
all admired its beauty, the queen of
the lirownies said: to add to its bu.tity, j
I touch it and multiply its attractive
ness by giving it the colors and tints
most beautiful to the eye, and to suit
the tastes of every one. The queen of
the Fern fairies touched it with her
wand and added to it the most ravish
ing fragrance. The queen of the Glen
j fairies, added to it the lovliest moss
tuat Srew 1,1 tuu shady dells, and then
a" I,rououneed it tlie most heautiful of
a11 l'""t- T qi"" f all the fairies
looked upon it and pined away because
she could make nothing more beauti
ful, but one day, as she was visiting
the fairies in Hood River Valley she
found a strawberry. Its color equaled
the brightest rose, and its beauty was
accentuated by rich golden dots. Its
fragrance was delightful, and to the
beauties of the rose she found it filled
a long felt want. Since that time the
Hood River strawberry stands at the
head of all things beautiful, appealing
to the eye the nose and palate. Judge
Beady w asn't in it.
How She Conquered the Duke.
The deuth ia announced of the Duchess
of I.IalalrolZ. A3 a fjiil eIio was the in
timate friend of tlio Empress Eugenie
in fact, the empress and she were, as we
recollect, near akin. Walking in the
garden cf the palace one day, who should
heave in si.ht hut Marshal Malakoff,
notoriously tha roughest and rudest man
in all the French service.
"Ough! there is that bear again!"
quoth tho empress, with a shudder of
genuine hoior; hut her young compan
ion siiid nothing.
The marshal, approaching and bowing
to the ladies, besought the younger one
to honor lnm with the rose alio had just
"Certainly, I will give it to you," an
swered the girl, sweetly, "but how "an
a rose please you, who live only for
Thi3 answer completely staggered the
marshal. Ia another moment ho wa3
hopelessly and wildly in love with that
girl, and it is to hi3 credit that he prose
cuted the campaign so diligently that a
year later the heautiful young creature
became his wife. Speaking of the epi
sode in the garden, Malakoff used to say:
"I thought I was hard to conquer, but
in that case, parbleu! I surrendered at
tho very first fire!" Chicago News.
Two Points of View.
"Vhat we ne;;J in this community,"
said the speaker, "is real live men."
"I don't tigree with you," retorted a
bankrupt nndertaktr ia tlie audience,
STRAICHTCNINa UP IN ADVANCE Of
1 THC SPRIN3 CLEANING.
Footwear f l.oiulim Wiiiiih llttw Klia
'inijiiri'il tlio DnWr Mullnnrtl Siwl-
ty Sti-tn Nt Sruxiii't lluUli-M fit.
Wtiltiiey'i His I'cnuloii.
w we naM.hnost up to .riiiff house
, "'"f "f lhorw Hro "''
lot work that have irrown inneh asior
i onp .rramlmtl,h,r3. llaV(l. Wa!ihintt
nn l Wriugin:r machine.-., patent meat
i-hon;'!- nn.1 niili 'Hirers. oarHt hwoojv.
ers nnd so forth havo pvatly reduced
tho laUrof washing, rooking and sweep-
ing, and so far as these go are helps in
I house cleaning; hut where is tlm lahor
'saving apparatus that will help in sort
1 in over drawers and boxes and clothes
rooms tho verv worst part of the nn-
mi;.l snrinsrand fall ovorhaulinc? Luckily
one divs not have to wait for spring
WO.lt'.ier to do this work. IUS tho nig inak-
iinr ii, w L'liin mi iti u.1 iiiaiiv lioinoa to.
, -, 7 - j -....
" . ,, . ,,!
xiieiv are the line 'azities
nd papers, for
instance. Any one who has simply
piled theso away for sovend years knows
how tho accumulation grows. Dut if
thee cannot lv made into rugs thero are
other ways in which they can Ih worked
up to giHJ advantage, tvn.p luniks are
not so much needed now us in the' davs
when iKHiks were harder to get
iulve vilt.ir MS(,t .;nvi t!lcl Kn..,u.'r
i wealth of material for their ronxtrnetimi
i llm' 1:1 aunosi every newspaper lor
wiucn ono nngiit searca in vain in
ing over tho ot.iers, enttr.:
one wi.-'hes to save and keeping the rest
of th papers to rub windows with in
hou.-e cleaning or t put under carpets.
The dippings may bo Foried as cut, and
mav then be nsi',1 to inaktt roo!r lioo'.t s.
j hV, for ns-in fancy and needle work
or Vii'.aucs of poe'us, travel, etc. Tiii
is an inexpensivo and easy way to add to
ones library books of one's own editing,
end so sun to lo adapted to tho tastes of
the possessor as no other hook can 1h.
Lie .vision Journal.
TlinlM-r IjiiiiI, Art Juno 3, ISTS.)
NOTICE FOI1 PL" JJLR'ATIOX.
I". S. I.ANt) OKt-iCK.
Tiik I vi.i.ks, ir.. May, IslU.
Notlee Is lirrrliv iriveii tlmt III ciniiiilimire
with the prov-Mmis or tin- net oi t onnresi nt
: .liine;i, 1ts. rnt it leil "An net fi
for the snle of
liinher hunts in tlir stutes of t iillforiilii, ore-
..'.iii. Nrvinln mnl W Hluii!jtiii ; territory,
Sinlie A. I'npps, of White ("iilnion eoiintvoi
Klirkitnt sMutriH Wiish.. has tliNiIny llletl In
(Ills oilier Ins sworn sintelnelit. No. 10,", forilie
inrlmienl the K '..S.W. 1 . nil 1 W. '.jS.r.." ,See
lion No. 21. ill Township No. 2, N. K.imre ll K.,
mnl will ultrr proof to show tlmt the liintl
ouj;ht is mure viihiuhlr for Its IIiiiImt or mIoiik
Ulan fur urlritlttinil iin:-poseN, ninl to estnli
lisii hi ehiiin to snul lu.nl liel'oiv the lleulster
mnl lirreivrr lit this oltli e nt The liiillen, Ore
,'iii, on Snturiiny, tlie.ltli ilny of Ain.'ii'.t, lsBl .
II, nmni's ns wltiii'sses: I,. F. Mor'f of
ll.m I Hiver, (,r.; W in. !;ui'l.i,r iliNitl Hiver,
or.; .1. t;- II ivrs, of Jllimtl iliver, Or., t . v .
While, of Whiti.' Snlinoii, Wnsliliisftoli.
Anymi'lnll iHTsons iinitiiln. ililveisely tlm
uliive ileserlls'il Imnls are letinrnlril to tile
their elmiiis In tiilsoiiiri'iin or li. foir mihl 61 Ii i
ilnv of Aujrnst, NU. I
aiiiO-iitinj JollN W. I.KW'IS, lti-ulHter.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I-iinil iiIIm i nt Tin' Dulles. Or. May. 31, Itlll,
Notice Ii hereby itlven tlint the Mlciwlnt:
nitmt'il '-llli'r l.a tllt it tiiitit e uf IiIm Intention
toinnUc liinil in'mil' in Mi"Mrt of lilt claim,
tun. Hint hlliil ln'iMif will lit liinite liii'ore tlie
ilej.'l-'ter mnl It ivcrl'.N. Ijiml Olllcc nt Tin-
I)iiiles ilr. on July !, ISM, vl.:
1!. I). No. .', for tlie S. K M. w. find w. K
S. V'.. '4 Sic Si, T. I!, N. It. Ill K. W. .M.
Me tinmen the Mlmvlni; vltnexsis to prove
his coin in in nix r.Hilcnce tion ninl cultivation
of, snlil Inml, vl.: John (I. liverx, t'lirix.
Ui'tliniiin, John Lent, llntix. Ijil'.', nil of Hooil
mylilrj 1 JOHN Vv. I.KW'IH, IteglHter
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lund (Mice tit Vancouver Wasli. May, 111, Mil.
Notice Ik her.-'hy irven that, the followlnn
miincil xetl ier hiix lili'd notice of Iim Intention
to iniike llnal proof In hupikm'L of I, In claim,
anil tliut Kiiil proof will tie inaiie hel'ore tlie
Keixtei' and Hccclver t'. H, Land Olticu ut
Vancouver W'ash, on July lllh, Mil, vi.:
Homestead No. 77S7, for the x. yt x. w.
s. K. y. x. w. and x. k. s. v. '. See. l.'i. Tn.
j 8, X. n. 10, k. v. M.
i Ik names the following; w itnesses to prove
I his continuous reildenee upon and cultivation
I of, said land, viz: Jacob h. Jncobsen, (ieorj;e
! Swan, John 1'ur.'r, James ll. Warner, all of
n mi sniinon Kiicuuai couniy vv as.'iiiifjton.
Hrimestend No. 71107 for the s. K. Bee. 1:1,
1 p. x. n. 10 k. vv. M.
He names tlie following Witnesses to prove
his continuous rcsidcnci- upon and cultiva
ll'in of, said lainl, viz: Jacob K. Jaeobsen,
Wiiii mi (Jushman, John J'urser, Janii's H.
Wnrner, all of White Salmon Klickitat County
Jacob E. Jaeobsen.
ITomnsteud No. T7SS, for the s. y, x. See.
II), Tp,3 X. It. 11 K. w. M.
llii names the follmvincr witnesses to prove
his continuous rcsidniiee ti)on and cultivation
of, said land, viz: William ('usiininn, (ieoiv
Swan, John l'urser, James I!. Warner, all of
Whi c ,-uimon, Klickitat County Washington.
inii-je2i Jons I). (iKootiKOAX. Kn;l.ster.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Offlep nt The Tulles Or. May, IS, Mil.
Notice Is hereby given Hint tin1 following
named settler has Hied notice of hi Intention
to make final proof In Mi,iiort of his claim,
and tnat said riroof will be made b.'I'ore the
Ke;lster nnd Keeelver 1'. IS. L. O. lit The Oallcs
Or. on July Hi, lsiil, viz:
P. S. No. Mir,, for the k. ', N. w. Vi and n. y
H. w. yt see. is, Tp. 1 x. k: "n, vv m.
He names tiie followlni; witnesses to prove
his continuous residence uixin and cultivation
of, said land, viz: L. 10. Morse, C. L. Morse,
J. C. Markley, John Divers, till of Hood Kivcr
inljil!- Jonx W. Lkwik, ltcKlster.
THE DEPOT STAND.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS, ICE
CREAM, LEMONADE, AND
Hot Coffee and Cold Lunches.
M. UlYIM HANI).
TlinluT I dllil, Art .1 1 1 11 1 I, IS".'',
No rii'i: von n i.i.ivation.
I'lt'li'-I Ml On t un I OH
j Tlu Dalle, ireijim, A ivtt
Notlis I IiimvIiv irlen tint In r
wltll tin' inin l-linn in Ihr ini of Conmc-t nt
I .Inno :t, Is.s, enlllloil "An net l". ir tun Mite of
I tlmli-T IioiiU lit tlir Kuilw n t'lilltui nln, I Mr
! Bun, Neviiilu ninl NnMine'lun Terrllnl-) ,"
Sliiry Murk lev, ul llooil l.lvrt', rnuiitv of
Wiewn, Hiiitr uf ( irriiiin, Ih.x ilnnlnv tllnl In
tlil lUllivlilx NWiil'tt xiiilrnirnt, No 10 1, tor Ihr
pinvliitip of thi M. I'.. 1-1 ol ;l,-rlloii No. N. In
iow'lilili No, I, nolili rii live No. I'. V, M. lout
will ultrr ih'imii to Iioh tlmt t ln Inml wiikIii l
timiti viiliuilili' lor lis tlinlirr or t,iuir l!nin lor
liv; l It'll 1 1 uro I iiimiiom'm, ninl to r-lnl'llh tils
I'lnlin to Milit Inml tirloie Ihr KrMri ninl Uis.
eelver ol tills nlllre nl i'lie Imllri, Or., on
Snliinliiv, tlir .;,th ilu of.lioir,
Ilr niiinri ii tin, ".sr: Anilln rtirljw, I'. I..
Moi'v ninl ,i' l N, ulrlll.l.. II, Morr, nil of
IIihhI lllvrr, I Irri'on.
Any mill nil im imiiii rlaliiilii'! inlvrru'lv tlir
nlnii ilroi'i (In ,1 Imiils nir rr. in lr. I to 1 1 to
I III, I i In! Hit In UllKOllUr oil or liriol'r mi hi .'.III
ilnv of ,lniir, sii,
iiiiii.lli'.'; ,IH!N V. I.KW'IM, llniUirr.
Two lots Willi i;iiii, Iioiim', Imi n ninl hriinrrv,
irntv of Unit. I'rlro :.'i, AUo M loli
u III! timiil Iioiim' ninl out lioie i"., Iinr liwiinll
klinl.H ol trnlt, Kiirili-ii ,.(,. I'l l,',. Xi. Ini-
j iiiicliirnlN iilonr i'iiiI pi ire n-.Ur.l. TIiIm 1m n
wmits nionrv mnt inu-l i ll. Tlin'e will !'
, ltleu on ti iMirtton If lrMivtl.
Aitilrrss, . s. ii.o i ns,
IIihhI KlM'i', I ii,'i;oii.
Notleo Is lieniiv i:lvrn tlmt llir ni tnrrililii
liriiMofoi-,1 evWiliiir nnilrr liir linn niiinr ninl
! vie of 1 1 ii n nu ,V n vilrr U I h N ,lu ur -oh i .l.
Mr. .leitlrr relliiin; Ironi tli.'tlrin. Mr. Iliinnu i
w ill hrri'iift'T roinliirt tin Inioiiii'.!. ill ollei't j
Ii I hire, mills ,ti, I lie late 111 in ninl nv n II ililitx
owiini liy II. .1. K. It of I,
.1. I.. X.IM.I It.
All im'iotis Itiililili'il to tin l.ile II ti it of!
Minimi ,V- ,i";!er Mill ett!e die miie on or!
tirfoie the Jlili, ,lnv of Mnv. n Ihr I ll-lnrKt uf i
""' 111 1"1 ''r -rllh-'l I'V tlml 1 1 in.-.
.1. r.. n iit i,
NoTin: rou n iu.if;TioN.
unil Hint Mil. I i.rt-it wCI he i.ni.lel rl Ihr
Iti'l'lsler iiiel Keeelver I . ss. I.. I
, til 'i hi' I'ulit'
ori son, on .lime II lvil, I:
Henry "I. Wilmn.
I II. I. No. nv.t for the V.. :. S.
S. K. ' , S.1-. "t, T. i. N. I!. Id 1 .. V.
' Ilr IlilllHH the lollow hii; vltnii'
Ills roiitlniioiit rrtl,le:ire iiu n nl
of. s.i hi Inml, ir: Slmi'soii Coin'l
ninl I'., 'a
, to IH,I
! Hlveror., Il.-iry R SlMih;lit, Milton t-I I
.101111 M'll, till IIIIIIIUIM IIU'll'I'IM'1,'. I lll'oll
iiiii.Viiiy:W John W. I.i uis, llruNier.
J.ntnl OITIre nt The liille I r.
I 'JI, l-vl.
Nolleets heriiiy t'Ki u Mint I,
timueil wttlrr lins llh il not'.ee .( I
to iiinke lltiMl priKif In siiort
r hK . i.o in.
iitnl tlmt Mihl i roof will he imnle h i.,!,- ihr
lleuKler innl llit'rlvrr f. t . I., t '. nt llir Ihillr.i
or., Jtiiu. II, l. I, vi.:
Henry 1. Strai-.-!it.
It. I. N. for tin K. . N. W. ' .: s. W. ' .
I N. W. '.ninl S. , i. N. K. f ;i, i-,,. j V,
It. II) K.V. M.
j lit' Inline lilt fotlowhllf w llllesses to prove
Ills ro-lliiuolls rixiilenee njn mnl riiillvntlnn
j of. Mihl Inml. vl.: siiiiimiii I -i ..I.-, of Hoo.l
Klver nr., Itetiry M. INmi. I, el I liver, .lo'm
l.en.j nil of struliflilliir; Olefin.
j llpl i III V .'HI .hlllN W. I .I W IS, ltei.'1-ter.
NOTH'K FOK l'l llLICATION.
I. mnl Otllre nt The I'lilleiOr. April, 21, NU.
Notlrels herehy lllvell tlmt Ihe follow lliu-
nilllleil wilier llll- tllnl liotlrr of hU liilelil Ion
to innke tliml priMif In "Upporl of lilt i IiiIiii,
mill tlmt suhl jiroof will lit iiiiiile In lure Itr.'ls
termitl Kit iivrr I . s. I., o. hi I'ne Imlles Or.,
on June 11, NU, vl:
Joel I). Divers.
II. I). No. aiTH. for thr s. '., N. W. ' . an, I N1..
B. V. fe.'. II. 1 p. 1, N. h. In K. . .VI.
lie iimiiii'h the lollowlin,' m I; ii, in prove
Ills rim 1 1 n nous rexltlrnre ll ion mnl rnlllvntloii
of, suhl hillil. viz: HlnipMin liiple, of Hootl
Hiver or.. Henry Al. Wilson, John l.eiiz.
Henry l. Strulijlil, nil of Mrnirolvhiir ( ir.
upriVmy.'il) John W. I.r.w i, IliyMrr.
.NOTH'K FOIt PL'P.LICATION.
Land olllcc at Th ;i n I i-, I ir. May, Hl.
Notice N hereby lvi n that the followlni;
nanii'il settler has tiled Iiol Ice nf hix Int' lil mn
to make llnal proof In sup'sirl of h .s i lot in.
and t ti tit said r m .1 will he mmle In luie Hi .il.
ler and Kece.vcr I'. S. Land I itllcc ul The
Ihilles, t ire.m, on July, UJ, hid, I.:
John . Divers.
TI. H. No. .'Mil, fur tlie s. ' , N. W. ' ; and K.
: i S. V. ' , Sec. Lit, Tp. - N. It. ill K. w. M.
I He names the followius; wllii '.tses to prove
I his continuous resilience ii;,on and cullivallon
of, said land, vl.: t'iiris. Iiit.imun, Willlnui
; Kun-k, I'liailes II. siranalaiii, l' L. Sinlih,
all of Hood Kivcr n -ir t .
iny-:lt Joh n V. I,t;wis, Itculster.
j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
! iJind olllcc at The Italics Or. May, ti, 1,91. 'I
Notice is hereby (liven that the followluz-
liained hcttler has tiled untie of his Intention
to make llnal proof in supisiit of Ins claim,
nnd tliat said proof will be maile beliiru the
Itciistcr and Keeelver C. s, lainl ollice at Tin
Iialles()ic!,'on, on July, ii, Is'.tl.vl.:
H. I). No. .Mil, fur (he K. N. K J. Sin. li'l,
Tp. '1 N. K. 10 K. W. M.
He niiiues tin followlni; wllnesses to prove
his ct ill 1 1 ll I Ii iiih I'esli.eliee Upon anil I'llll I Mil Ion
if, said land, vl.: John . Invcis, William
Khrck, Charli's II. SI raiialiau, K. L. Smith,
allot' Hood Kivcr Oregon,
iny.'-lyl JollN Vv'. I.KWts, Kelster.
N (rnClf I '( ) It PUI'.LI C AT I ( i'S."
Land oillee nt The I miles ( )r. .May 211 IS1I1.
Notice Is lii'i'i by ijlvcy that the followlnc
named seltlcr has tiled not lee of Ills Intention
to make final proof In support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before tile
Kt'Kister ami Kcceiver C. s. Limit Ollice at The
OallcsOr.on JulytfJ, lf.il, vi,:
Chiirli's If. Sti'iiiiiiliiiii.
II. I), nmil, for the w. . M. Vs. i. and K. H.
tt'.'-i Sec. l,T;i. 2 S. H. "HI K. W. M.
He names tlie followlni; wllnesses to hrovp.
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz: John O. iilvers, Chris.
Iiethman, William Khrck, Joseph l'urser, nil
of Hood Kiver ort'eon.
iny:il)-Jyl John W. Lkvvis, Kculstcr.
ITImber Lund, A"t June H, 1H7S.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
T H. f,iil) Ol-rtCK,
VANCOfvrn V'asiii ;T'.-, April, 21th, 1HIII.
Notice is hereby given tha' in compliiiiice
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
.Iiinn;), 1H7S, entitled "An act for the sill" of
timber lands in the states of California, Ore
gon, Nevada nnd Washington Territory,"
James 1 1, l'age, of Tort land, county of M nil no
i)i ut i, statu of Oregon, lias this day filed in tills
ollice Ins sworn statement No. lisit, lor the
imrchnseoitlie'Siiillieasi of sect loll No. II, In
township xo. A north, mii-re no. lOeasl.vv. m.
a nd will oiler prooi'toshowtliat tlie Inlet sought
more valuable for Us t imbcr or stone I ban lor
agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said inml before tha Kcgislerand Ke
eciver of tliis ollice at Van "ouver Wash, on
Wednesday, tho day of July ls'il.
He naiiifs as witn-sses: I!. I). Cameron, of
White Salmon, Washington, I'. II. I'age, of
I'ortland, Or., A. L. liarber, of I'oi tlami, Or.,
W. L. Whiting, of l'orlland, ( r.
Anynndnll persons elaimiiig ndverscly tlie
nbove-decsrilied lands are ri'iiiesled to Hie
their claims In this ollice on or before said
'!, day of July, 11.
m 2-Jy4 John I). (iKOfiitKOAX, Kcglsler.
A I.M L I STIt AT0 ItS .VOTICK.
Notice Is hereby given that William 15ns
kirk has been appointed administrator of the
twtnte of V.. K. (irillin, an Insane persrn all per
sons having claims icjuinst said estnte are
notillcd to present them lor allowance within
six months from tlie date hereof, to said
William Kuskirk at Hood Kiver Oregon.
Dated May i, lfilll. Wii.mam Huskikk,
FOR SALE Oil It EXT.
A farm of KiO tteres, eisrht miles from
Hood River on the Mt. Hood rotid.
For information eoneerning it inquire
ut 1 1 1 its ollice.
1 1 A ilK V Cl.iUMII.
T Cl O Haf JL O
Corner of Soconil nnd Latu-jhlln
The BestStock,Chickenand Rabbit Fence
ALSO MANl'l'At'Tl'llKKS OV f
Strong and Durablo Wiro Mattrossos.
CLOUGH & LARSEN, Proprietors.
A Complete Line
Flour and Feed,
GENTS' LUKNISHING GOODS, CHOICE
FRUITS, CONFECTIONARY CIGARS otc.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
COtUMBIA FEED STORE AND YARDS,
OpiKisite the Stock Yards Near City P.ivwvry, TIIK HALLIvS OH.,
HAY GRAIN & FEED.
AT LOWEST MARKET QUOTATION S.
ALSO CHOICE SEED WHEAT AND
V. K. LQCHHEAD.
OUNAM FATAL WORK
ALL W01I WARBAHTHD.
Crandall & Burfrct,
A Full Line of
Mail Orders Proriptly Attended to
1 HO Second St. Th? "Dalles, Or.
uivcry anil Feci
Oak Street, near Postoffice,
HOOD HIVER, - OREGON.
Wc have First-Class Stock and Outfits, Double Buggies, Hack
and Saddle Jlorsea.
A Fine Four-Ilorse Coach, suitable for fishing or excuntloR
p.Ttiet, carries nine pascengcrB. Parties taken to any aocewi
ble point. lieliubJo drivers.
Our Dray delivers baprprage or freight ny where in the ValkjC
Stroota Tho Dalloa, Or.
& Builders, ?