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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1891)
3Cood Iivcr Glacier.
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parte 'i mm. iIuvn ,i imiiii,
KiirriiPiinwi lli, i u...tK A. M. nrilvi niit
I. M. Mm in , 11V.
Kor Wlill.' HiiIim.m, li'itvm tliilly ut H A. M.
rrlTM at mm .iVI.m k I", M.
From Whllii Miilnmn linvcn fur Knlilit, (III.
ftiar, Truiit lukr un.l uli iiiuhi.I MihhIu) , ami
JIRIKf I.O( AI. Mrn:i!s.
Oil cloth at the ftirnltnii' utore.
ItullilliiK pujier at furniture utoro.
The til. Ail I. It h two yearn old toil.iy.
ll hunl papi r prejiureil at IIiIhoII'hi'.
IhMn K. It. uct then-? Wi ll I Mhoul.l
linn-, n. j i.
Improved tow ii lot for Hale,
nt thiM olllce.
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i iniuiie I
PlcturcM fr.ime.t to order at the fur-'
CoMim and unilerlakcrH HiipplieH at
the fiiiiiltiue fl i ire.
Furniture at Portland prliiM at S.
K. Itm'tuu'MM1 furiilliiiv hIuic,
Mn. Nallle N' Capps tlmU r iiiilillea-
tiotl lip aiH In IIiIh wirkt Ikhiic.
Weilnemlay nlnht a rentle ruin vIm-'
Iteil tliU wclioii lining much ci 1. 1, 1. j
C. JI. Straiiuhan will make It mil
priMif on IiIh linincMcud July L'.'n.l. j
Mm. I.. It. TIioiiiiim U in Portland i
nttenilln the eonveutloii of Ihe W. C. j
Mlowern A Crowell'H flock of dry
Knodn huve arrived. Cull in ami n'c
Mr. S. 'ox w in Ikhiic for a hrlcf visit
ier Suinlay. He In at present work
1 1 iK' In Purilaiiil.
, The Ditllm ih receiving an Immense
niiiuiiiit of wimiI, which H't-iiiH to j;lve
Mil hiijH't iih to triule
Mr. J. J. I.ucld'v went to Walla
M'allannd Tekmi, Wcilncsday niurniufj
to visit relatives for a ilay or so.
Uead Marvin It md's ad In tills Is-ue, ;
uinl when you waul any fruit concert-
loiinry, or a cold lunch visit him.
tlur thanks aiv due Miss Kit tie Cm-,
foralsix or two of straw hcrrii's that
were almost iim liuiiilsome as the fair
Miss Henry, MIsh Alice Cleaver, It. v. !
I . . ells ainl ,s. ! Jlarlini s, re-;
turned front a brief visit to Port land
eare selling glassware and erock
MIhm l.tt.l McKay who lias been cry ehca.i" than it. was evtrsoldin
ii-acuinK in insinci .mi. hi, aiicuticu
the teacher's exaiiiiilatiou at The Dalit
Mr. H. Wuni'ii left a eoiiile of boxes
oiilciul ripe HlrawtK'irics at this shop
Wednesilay, that were im Hue iih any
We ever tasted.
Mr. 1). K.
Picrdan, Weilnesdnv Hold I
his resilience properly on the hill to J. I
. ill lice. W e lilu el sliiiiil he in' i
I ill ill WIIH MlMHI.
W. J. Campbell lost a valuable horse
last week, the animal getting its leg
broken in sonic unaccountable manner.
Jt had to he killed.
Mrs. C. J. Hunt of Moro, who has
U-een visiting .Mix F. M. King, has
rented u building and moved
into it Wednesday.
Win. Khrck, ChrlH Detlunun and
John O. Divers give notice this week
of tiicir Intention hi make final proof
on their homesteads, July -nd.
Don't listen to what the neighbors
Hay, but eonie and see for yourself. A
iieaulilul iiiitiijue maple tiedrooiu set
lor l,l,0i itt the furniture store.
The Indies, of tho U. R church w i.l
hold a strawberry and Ice. cream festi
val at Perry A; Jones' hall Friday even
ing Juneotli. K very body Invited.
For any one :urchuKii)g ten dollars
worth of furniture of mc, 1 will deliver
the same at landing free of charge.
S. JO. JlAKt.MKSS.
Persons desiring to make application
to make linul proof on homestead or
preemption claims can nave thciu
uclveH a trip to Tlio Dulles by calling
ut thin ollice.
John Luck Hold last Saturday lots
live 8ix ami hcvcii block nineteen of
Jlood Kivcr proper, to K. Ji. Snii'h.
The loin are in the block W est of the
U. JJ. Chureh.
Arlington was vislled by a small
eyelono Tuesday which wrecked the
school house and S iriuklc's store.
Air. and Mrs. Sprinkle, were injured,
but not Beriously.
Tho publie will please take notice
that the following stores will close
JMay .'ill at !) o'clock a.m. M. V. Jlur
risoii, IMowetH & I'rowell, Jtand Dent
& Co., J. K lluniia.
Mr. J. Ii. Ziegler left Tuemlay night
for Kugcne, and expeetH lo remain
there. Airs. Ziegler will join him there
in a few days. We understand lie Will
go into the' real estate business.
Mr. 'Joseph Wilson has our thanks
for several boxes of luscious strawber
ries. Jiesides those furuished us he lias
already shipped a couple of hundred
crates to .Montana and Portland.
A broken plank in the bridge across
Hood river at this place requires the
attention of , the road supervisor, al
once. At the same time .he sliould put
a stop to taking sund from the edge of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert went to The
Dalles Wednesday. Mr. Gilbert being
one of the board of examiners and this
being tho occasion of the quarterly ex
amination of those desiring eertilieutes
(Irani Mviiiim c,lve nnllcc thai tint
I'liHlUC lor fli ll,); nil htlililn'H, will In-Iwcul.y-llw
TIlO I'. It- I'll 1 1 14 ' 1 1 ClIIIHT of Sixth
Mini (Ink, Miiiilny h ImmiI nl ID a. in.
I'ihIhc iiml TIhiIik'-hIici Inn service nl II
ii. in. H'tvIi ch in I lie evening al. 7:1"),
preaching liy Ucv V. II. Hast.
Active work Is to he commenced on
Ihi' t 'iihi'ihIi' Hiiiii'c i nl 1 1 on' I next week,
Ml. I .t . 1 1 i ut 1 1 , loliiirrly iiiiihIi'I1 Hie
i liaiili: of 'l'hi' Indies shops 1 1 1 I f I n 1 1 1 1
Maine iiwilioll oil Hum 1'oihI. The select
Ion Ik a Km ii I one.
Captain Frank ('on ennui iii from
I "oil In 1 1 I Monday I u l' 1 1 1 1 1 K '""
him' no i lia ii'i' lor hi; Ix'tliT in hlscon
illllon, Inn if anything ciiii help lilin It
in onr cool hrcc.i'M, uinl icsl lu re amid
thi' scenes of IiIh lioyhooil.
Last Sunday wiih the holiest ilay of
tlie year, lint withstanding iIhTcwii a
hrcc.c tlic greater portion of llic ilay.
Home of tin- ladles uiicinliiiK iiicinoriiil
services at the I'. It. church w i re cnlii
K'llci to leave on account uf the heat.
Mr. Me Neal, Superiiitenilciit of tlie
I'. P. Willi hciiilijuui'tiT at i'oil luml,
W. II. Illllllllll l, HhHintalll KClllT.ll pllHS-
i nner uncut, alio of porilaml, uinl j;.
i'.. l-ylle, li(.'cnt at 'I he JIiiIIcm wi le here
Mlliilay IiihI looking alter the wreck lit
Mr. Wickliam Iiiim a val id v of Hlraw
lienicM on IiIh place that are new to us.
'i'hey are Hhapcil like a Ihiliilili! only;
a Utile inure pointed, of w hite IU-hIi
nil. I tine llavor. We NUlipleil them ;
'!! I I :. I. i . .!... .1
i iiiii 'iu linn inn opi 1 1 io 1 1 im 1 1 in i 1 1 icy
ieaiinol lie iMiiten lor appearanccM or
I The (il.Ai lt:it would like to have a
''"'"'"I',"1"1''"! '" , V, ''V "'IkImWIioo.I,
not only on tins Hide of the river, hut
at White Nillnon, Trout take, (illlucr,
Ciiiiiiiiiis prairie mid ( ln ii.iu Ii Ii and
noliitM iieiufH (la- Coliimliia. We want
local Hews, and Hut CHMiys, for We have
Hot I'm. in for Ihe latter.
The!'. P., church has received a cup
ply of Is copies i if a new church hymnal
w ith rci-punsive readings; also Ihe same
miliilicr uf eupii s of a Hew liuok entitled
" The Master s praise," for uein tin?
Suuilav schiHil, so that henceforth the
j m' v ice it f soii; will he tin uuiiiiportaiit
! feature In the exercise.
; Plotters iV- Crowi y have just plai'ed
an oi'ili r direct u ith the iiiuiiufai'lurer
' ill Piostou lor :t,oiHi worth of hoots and
: shis s, tliercliy cuttini; uU'lhe eoliiinls
! sion paid middlemen, ami w ill cjvc
i their ciistomcis the udvaillav'i' ol it.
; W ill retail at Portland wholesale prices.
When Ihe piod.s iiitiw call and he con
I A line rain visited the bend of thci,,f (R. ,.rM eatchiiig lire and burning
'valley Monday , the e,lp. of the storm, A , ,( ,. ,
' reaching ilillliist lo town. At lellloi ... i.i, I
illieie was a heavy shower, and The ', rl,'( ''nvili a"'l Irani orders had to conic
Dal lea received a moderate wetting. 1
points in Mieiinan, (iiaut and inorruw
count ics report n I rains which will
l"il'u'" Ih" eri.i pio.-i'cts materially.
(icort'c Herbert, M, V. Harrison, uml
James Hunl were unpointed appraisers
of the estate of Klnu r ( Irillili, and ap
praised the properly Thursday. Out
side of the leal estate, which is inolt
I'ui'ed, the property consists largely
o mills and ends, ehipsand whetstones,
and ragged remnants of con! lacls. The
oils elc. w ill he sold at private
dlthis place. Wehaveafull line of fruit
f jars, and we me selling J oiiiirt Mason
i a.s complete, at per ,.,.., 1 .ptart
V. 1 "(I tier do Pel l'ectioll ots 1 III tier
h i -. '" ' . . ' I '. I. '
all other goods correspondingly
Call and get ouotalioiis on sugar. !
f.... is v.. m'II iu.l I... on. 1. .i-i J.I In-I
lanvolie who does business on business
iirfncimils. Iti.uu i. ns A- ( 'unwi i.i.. i
... . . i .. 1 1 . .1 1. o-un m no mis iktii 111
Wyoming Ohio lor some lime writes ;
Us (hat he is at present working on I lie
big irrigating ditch at North Yakima,
I le iiilornis us that the ditch will ex-1
tend in a south-easterly direction about
llfty miles, or to williin fifteen miles
of Prosscr Wash. The canal at its
head will curry III IS cubic feet of water
... l... II. .....1 !'.... I 1 1 .. i.i ...... ..
ill lili" I I 1 1 lit I HUH , II II. I !11 1 I 1 ILItlll'
about Holl.tHlll acres of land.
The sale from ( 'a pi. II. C. Coe, to T.
J. Watson, is oil' owing to a ilill'crcnce
of oiiuiou concerning certain pay
ments. Captain Coe refused to make
the deeds, ami will now hold on to the
property until alter it is platted. In
the meanw hile Idlcwildc is being ad
vertised and will aid materially in call
ing attention to this section.' When
an addition to Watieiuna is laid out, we
predict the lots will sell for a little
while as fast as the deeds eat) be made
Mr. James Langille's building re
quites but a few finishing touches to
complete it. 1 1 was built by him and
shows the marks of Ids excellent work
manship. 'Ihe second story contains
eight rooms, is hard finished anil w ell
ventilated. The lower lloor which will
be used by J. K. llanna as a grocery
store is ceiled all around, showing the
handsome grain of the wood. Mr.
Langille is a first class workman and
will go to The Dalles in a few days to
work on the new steamer which is
being built there.
Mr. George Smith who came here
last year from Nevada for the purpose
of locating, is now at Chehnlis und has
a line properly there, lie is an t'l'i'i'-1
gene man, nun wouiu nave nougiu aim
improved a place here had it. not been
for some of our citizens of small minds
deliberately discouraging liini, and
giving Hood Jtiver a" black eye. We
are glad to know he is prospering, but
would much prefer that he was pros
pering here, which sliould, and would
have been the ease had he been let
Mr. S. W. P.rown of Vancouver,
Wash., is visiting Hon. K. L. Smith,
Mr. ltiown was receiver of the land
ollice al Vancouver twenty years ago
when we were ncrus'in'' Llnckstone and
similar light literature at that place, i
We can see but mile change in luni
since that time, a little grayer perhaps,
but he has the same genial smile and
pleasant ways that made us younger
folks of those days admire and respect
liini. He has been in the nursery
business for years, and his opinion
that our valley is one of tho finest nat
ural Iruit growing sections ol the north
idcrnhle ' weight. He i
tliis morning. !
west has eousu
leaves for home
Why cough, when S. H. will stop it.
Go the furniture store and see iheio
hiki 3") cent matting. !
'I'lii' h ' wherry idiipiiiciiN niv In-1
creasing eli'iulily, runiiil'r? liji from
iiltoitt toi'ty (TfMcx liiMt ratunliiy to in!
I lie nc'lj'liiinl liond of a 1 : 1 i 1 1 I r I a iay
illll lliK this Week, 'I lie price remain
W I'll ll, hl'lllllllf 1 1 1 til 1 1 1 1 M lillll' lllll
ll'fHtllllM I'ltflltcctl I'I'lltM JUT ll'lX ll.V till' I
mill!. Oilers have Im'Cii received from
Montana mcrchantM In lnki' t It lialaiice
of some of the crops at liftccii cents icr
hiix. If I here Im aiiol her
stale thiil can ciillnl this
wo.ilil like to lii'iil' IVoni thrill
Mur.ST Jlooi, May, IM, lHill,
1". i 1 1 it ( i j.ai i l it:
Aw thin part of the valley Iiiim not
heen heanl from fur huiiid lime, wo will
with your permission coutrilitilc a few
IllM'M to your filieet.
t'ropM In tliix vlcliiilv
ropM In Hum vicinity are looking
lllie. A liuhl hliower initl-il llilrtpal l
of Ihe valley the 'Si Iml not enough
rain fell to ilo iniicli ooil.
Mill. Dickson, Will Kilickutnl Dave
Cooper arc putting In an ln!.'atlii).c
'I I..,., i. Ill I.... II... .,..oi A ..I ,.r
llicy will tap Hid east folk i
Hood river lihove the Ml. Hood KtliLrc
Co'h. ht'lile, Mr. Fditor that is suliie-
Ihlnir that eiii-li fanner slioiilil have
iiiiiiK nun. inii laiiuii siiouiu n. ,
the rainfall In (his valley Is not culli -
clciit to Ktiaraiitcc a crop, hut hy thej
aid of an Irrii'.tin ilitch a :ood crop
,H l't uln.
Jim, Tuetcvlll, of Jjilcwdml IM.,
HlM..r-lii-liivi.- i.f Mi' ..ml lutm.u
j,.,,!,,,,, u vi-ii n, 1 1,,.,,, I,..,,.
I. I. I.
A Tidal Wreck.
Saturday afternoon, freight train
tl II 111 t M-r "iS, eicilsllli of thirteen i ar
oi hioiic nun one oi liiercnilinilsv, was
f , - IK
i...i..i.l..l,.l. .1. ..,.,i;l....l ,.i i.ri.l.r.. ll'l
' ' ' "l """K
near ii'iito, I here w iih a small dire
under the liililj:c, whii li had evidelitly
I.IUI....1 ..tr ll... - .,,. I.. ..wi-..
" ' ri v
j licnts of the triHtle, and it was not ilis
! covered hy the engineer until too lute.
to hlo. 'J'he t'nj;liie pass,'i over safely
the enj'lneer pulling t he throltli' wide
open us hi! fell her U'in to settle, and
hreakiiiK her loose from the train. Tli.i
ears followed one allot her into the pip
like a llock of sheep. The (lest le was
alioiit thirty feet high, ami every car
piled in on top of one iiuot her except
the merchandise ear the forward trucks
of w hich went down, and the caboose
which stuck to
Was pushed hiicl
the track and which 1
. by hand, the lialalice
I'V way of Tacoina and Wallula. The
I bridge crew under Mr. Nell' went down
; Immediately and witli the aid of Mr. J
j Itrice's crew from Poiiiieville
had the bridge In condition to pass
I trains, Monday which was very
i i-nick work; The steamer P.aker w as
! utilized in transferring; passengers and
i perishable freight, running faoui The
! Dalles to the Cascade Locks.
An "Oiegoalaa" IlilMorVMts Vs.
Mr Jerry Caldwell, who Is us much a
(ixliiieon the ri(jniiin as the iffeut.
,,...1 sometinies good, Harvey himself,
... ., ... , ,,. i .1 . m ,
1mU'1 ,I,mm1 iuVl'r ay last, Mrs.
Caldwell aceolllpanyillg llilll. Mr. E.
. . ' ,
Olinger, w ho is an old friend, took him
....i 11,,,n,l the vnl'ev l,el,io,l .. ratilimr
K""" u ",m"- "... ..ineeiaie
the beautiful drives the valley contains.
Mrs Caldwell visited friends in the val-
"'i'l d returning in the evening they
i left for home hy way of The Dalles, the
j roa,i i.jng impassable between here
, , ,, ,,, . , ... -.i .. i
! ",ul J,("tl:"'(1x " " " feck
jut Wnto. Mr. ( aldwell was much
j pleased with Hood Jiiver, and expressed
I surprise that it is not more thickly set-
, l . l ....I.I .1, . j . I
l.V.., ...... ...... .. .....f,....i...v.
Aliliie Carriugtoii. j
This famous Prima Donna and her!
English Opera Company will give two I
performances in The Dalles Friday and
j Saturday, May 2!)th and oOth. Friday j
evening they will render Uulfs opera i
eomique, "The Hose of Castile," audi
Saturday evening, Gounod's "llaust" !
will be given. This is tho lhiest ut-.
traction they have had in The Vogt j
Grand since itsopciiiiiguiid great mini-!
hers will go from the surrounding j
towns, and there is no qustion that all j
who do so will be amply repaid for their
trouble. Besides the charming Prima
Donna herself, the cast embraces Trav-1
enner the English tenure; Holme und
Martens, baritones; Petetson, basso;
and .Minerva llabeock, contralato; by j
far t he si rongest east of principals that i
has ever been brought to the northwest. !
The Ctmiiii;' Line-,
The Chicago, Union Paeilic & North
Western Line oilers the best aeeonmi
dations to the traveling publie enroute
Through trains, fast time,
magnificent sleeping ears, elegant
'""'"'(-, V H Vl'lVUllV flVV J I ftj IVVIIlllllg
eliair ears and handsome day coaches.!
O. M. Pope.s photograph gallery will
romain here hut a short time, and all i
those, desiring pictures will do well to i
take advantage of the opportunity yet
remaining. Mr. Pope does exeellent !
work, and in order to give all a chance
will make reduced rates for the balance
of his stay
Let Pope "secure the 1 3
shadow ere the substance fade."
Parties desiring to irrigate their lots
must tlrst obtain a permit from the '
Hydrant Co. and state the number of!
lots to be irrigated. All irriiratiou ex-is
t11,rui'S'l j !- !!-?lc or spray is j S
f, nyt y pnihitnteil. Residents east of ri
Third street will use water irom live .
to nine a. m., and
nine p. in. These
strielly oai Jivod.
west, front tive to
regulations will be
11. C. Coii,
Supt. Hy. Co.
'I'll"' IIIkIiThIIICcI lil'llltf llll'll'l'd Henri
Jlnnd IliviT, wImIicm to I nl' ill 1 1 parlies'
wlioimiy In- desirous of havlnir mil'-1
veyliiK 'il'ii', tlnit lilt is a practical!
surveyor of ninny years x mtI'Im-', :
uinl tliat work entrusted to Mm will lie
K'ifoniii'il Willi dlnpatch uinl correct-!
tu-HH. J If taken pleasure In rcfcrrlni; In '
Mr. A. H. J.lowiTH, (who for year was
county commissioner In Miiiiicr.oiu, i
uinl lor whom he (lnl county work iw
utility htirveyor, un to IWm ulililly.
Piulli'H writing me at Jloml will tn
celvo prompt attention.
C. J. IIavkh.
Duteil JIooil I'.ivi r April (itli, l.
I'l'linlH-r LiiikI, A-t June rt, lSTS.j
NOTICK I'Olt PI'IILICATJO.V.
I'nitfi siiiiis Liuiii in"i.'i
TId: Imlli's.iiri'iii, .May, II, bill.
Nulli'i' Is Icri liv Klvi-a Hint In i-'iiiifiiiiiii.T
Willi Iim frxvli ins of l In- u.-l )if 'iiiiKi'i-ss of
.Iiiim 'A, HT1, I'lililli'd "An in't fur lh sitli' if
llinluT liui'U In I Ii.' wl al.s of ( iilll'irnla, Or.i
Kuii, Ni'Viiilfi, unit wiilila,.'l"ii 'J'trriiuiy,"
.lllllll'4 K. Illlllllll Uf Jlu'l'l UlVIT, )')IIIIIV nl
iM.'..,liit.'.1r uncoil, hie) tins .lay '
I I lili ullli'i Ills HWii'ii siiiiriiii'iii no. , inr un -
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i In luiishli no. 1 inn in, nuiKf im. ciu)l. iiiiil
u lll i.ll..r orimf IjihIiiiw Un.l 111.. Iilllll Mtiu'lll
i Is ui.iri' vuluul-li- fur Us tlmln-r or slum' Unui
' f,,r Krl''Ull nrnl pin uml In .-1 util isii his
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M. .!', I'. II. Hi III, ('. lll.rkluini, uli nl
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iii. iniiiiias in tiiisiitti.eiiiiurli'f'ireiiUlliih
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:;otick I'oit priii.icATiox.
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Nutlet' Is l.i'ri'liv Klvea Unit tin- fullowiiie
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nrnl Uml siilil oriBif In- iianli' lirfure tin
oii j.iii.iniJiiiy la. iv'i.vi.:
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Ill- mimes tin- f iiliiwlna lliii .si s to l'Divo
his i iitiliiiiiiiiis ri'si.l. uri' ili.ni anil i nll ivnl lull
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iht, II. I,. 'rapisT, i iM iir I,. Mniiiiilian, all uf
ll) "lit l:lvi. I iii-un.
.I..I... it' I . !..., u...
in, i.yjin j i.j'iiiu ii . i.i-.ii ii.ii..
A new Htock of Ladies' und dents'
ci i. it ms, inc.
SI'KCIAL attention given to clean
ing and repairing wutches.
J. H. FERGUSON,
Hood River, - - - - Oregon.
I have appointed .1. T. Dclk, my
Agent to sell my U'cr at Hood Kiver,
at w holesale, Ann sr P.r lii.Ki:,
The Dalles, March !(!, 1SS1
, " ,1,vl' '
i ,'m"1 N a"l-""vor. w ''"h..M:y irt,lU,
j N()tll ls ,,,.hy ,hllt tl,e followlnt;.
nium-il s.-ltlrr has lil.'il n.ui.'.M.f his i intention
tu iniili.' Ilnnl ciiniiiiiiliiliiia piiiof tn suniHirl
NOTICK FOIt PUBLICATION.
liiiiof In suniHirt
oi in.-, .'liiiiii. ti nil mat sain piuui win lit' nmilo
i"'"-"": ('. I'V i-'!'M.i .'"!" "f !-
iiiiiiuii. luuniy iisinnuiua, m iaiuiT in
i mile. Wash., 1111 July nth, ISM, viz:
Minor W. tiiitton.
II. I. TTItt. for the X
It. S K. W. M.
K. '4 Sec. 17, Tp. 3, X.
He niui'ii's Ihi' fotlowlna M itni'ssis tn provp
hU com iiiii.itis i'iv.i'.lciii-i' c.)'iia ami eulllviiiioii
ol, wild luml, viz: li.'.n-oH. tllinsioail, iisi-ar
A.Ci'.iw, ll.uai'i' Wi'tiii'ivll, Lewis Kvmiiu,
all til'Mii'kiliit Ci.. Wiisa.
aiyl J2J John 1. lii'.oiaiKij.v:.-, lieijlster.
TI GEM EEBTAURANT.
In tho Prather Building, Corner
of Second and Oak Streets.
RElit'LAIl MKALS Si CKXTS.
Mouls cooked to order at all luuii's of the day.
Mus. Ji'Li.v II.vkx Proprietress.
S. A. DETWILER & CO.
' ,. .
All kinds of surveying promptly at
tended to. S'lecinl attention given to
platting aery property. Priees reason
able. AdarcM fioom 4, V. h. Comer
and Wankington, &'(n.
Now is vour time to net hihotocranhs
t Portland priees. 'Satisfaction guar-
uutoed or no pay
O. M. Vow..
For Coughs and Colds we beat them till S.13.C.C.
V. H. WILSON.
athhis'ey-at i.a ir.
ItOO.MH ,V1, AND Ni;V VOliT JIIX'IC,
TIIK 1-Al.r.K", OUK'ioX.
Il'ki;u Watkinh a Mv.xKtr.r.,
Voct'a now buildinpi Second St.
THK 1IA1.I.KS (illKiioN.
JOHN H. CRADLEDAUCH.
ATTOIINKY AT LAW.
f'mi'tlrcn In all Ihe court nf Ori'K'm nivl
VViixliini.ia. Hmi'lul ntK.'iitlnti i(vn to cm-
I JIOOD HIVKi: OKKWON.
A ! pony HuituliUi for a laIv to
A,u, 1(.r ul,l, Hiile-MiiliUc. hrldle
1 - ,
, and loiuiilclo outfit J iniuiro of JaineH
ii.rv iKMly wuiitM land In JIikmI
i r Valley. I liave Home very W
l(! tntctH of j,'ihh1 land on my list
'in-cinptioiiH, lion icstcai is unit tun.
j heifd claims, with runir.i) water on
rliwii. lean lix-ato several Htockinen
antic'eouslv. Do not fail to wc
mo at Hood J liver Falls or addresH me
ut JUnid Hlvtr, Wa-seo County, Oregon.
W. itosh Wixanh,
m hut hood nom,
Has been thoroughly
renovated,, and a larg8
jell added doubling its
Everything w ill he fuiin.l ncut uml clean
Tubli-s will he sii p!ii"l with the best the
flKOLGH HKKP.KHT Proprietor.
S. L. YOUNG.
srCflKSOU TO E. HECK.
FINK WATCH KS,
AND SILVKHWAHK, ALSO
Fine Watch Repairing a Speci
The Dalles. Or.
TIIK DALLKS, OKEGON,
Have the only abstract of land
titles in the County, and
are the only persons who
ean furnish reliable in
land titles on
We are also prepared to make out
all necessary papers for filing on the
AND ON ANY GOVERNMENT
FOR SALE: cKSlns
CORRESPON PENCE SOLICITED.
NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER
Opera Home Work
The Dulles Or.
he Eastern Oregon
IS NOW OPEN
Mas Vogt Block,
NO. 194 SECOND ST,
THE DALL1 S, OREC ON.
Pl-RRV & JOXliS,
rnopi'.ir.TOM or tni
Kirp wo.tiit'.'' i hanJ full
ii,. I ly ol
Sausages a Spccialt.
Bp, lit uttoiiUnn t aid to
and Suppling Meat
in Large Quantities
Don't Furgti iht Plaai,
HOOD RIVER MARKET.
Oak street r.cxt door to Glacikb
- ' n-i
W'LJiet to Inform hi mr.r fr:end and the publl
genernll , that 1 1- has removed hi
uu lerfikiii; rKiii:to
MCKFI.'UK'A'H NEW i;iII.DIX9
Corner Third srnl Vailiiii-ti.a,
Whcr h enrrie a fu',1 .i. k ol t'ter) thlnf iMedol
in t'.-.t I ii-snoyw.
Orders bv dfjv.t.-!i, i-.,,n-N, tiuxil Of la wrar
ffor-jifl; aif.jii.ii.il u....t .iL.slfvh.in roftrauUiwi
i .in !. m; n hit v h-or nl tin .1 , . r nicbt albk tt
l.'ii.'v, coriiac iuurlli uul V anhiiitoa. Of fitu m
MAIBB & BBHTOH .
Tho EED FROST Gro
cers have moved to tho
cor. of Third and Union
St. where they carry a
complete line of staple
And also do a Ktneral commissioa
business. Thankful for past favors, we
solicit a continuance of the same ifc
our new store in the old 1'ost Offlc
Building Cor. 3rd, and Union Sts.
Tlie Balles, Oregon.
B. R. TUCKER,
1883 118 HILLS.
OF ALL KINDS.
HOOP Rri'FR. OR.
HENRY M. STANLEY
Id 'DARKEST AFRICA
Tlio coreplpte story nf Stanley's recent thrilling
auveuturcs an.1, the cliiiclos'ire of hia Important. .
diawerie will appear for the first time In tto
work written liy himself, entitled "In Darkw
Afri 'a. D not be doctiived by any of the so
called "Stanley bonks" now being offered a "gon
i:ine"and ''nuihentio.1 To no one of there has
Stanley contributed a line.
Tlu'rei s no q uestion about this statement twine
correct i n evc-y rarticr.lar We guarantee it, ana
will pive parti.iulttTS on application.
flltTinW In order not to be misled.se
IMUIiIm that the book bars the Im.
p int of
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
And that the canvassing agent carries a dertifwat
of agency from us. .
A. L. BANCROFT & COi
132 POST STREET,
SAN FRAN31SC0. '
General Agents for the Pacific Coast.
L- .v.aniei", Agent Hood Itiver ur
Hood liver Marke .