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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1891)
JER. OK., SKl'T. s', ism.
WlntlimTou unliiK to lo ulxuit It ?
This qWftliVn will apply to cveral
matters that are of tlie utiuoct Import.
nm t.i llihul jiiver ami tho answer
will have much to do witli our futuiv
roierity. Hood riwr in twelve
miles trom the forks to the inouth lias
11, fall of uUiut MM feet, tuul the volume
of water is two thirds tin laro as the
Spokane, which lias a fall of lnl fivt.
In other word! we have In twelve miles
of river nioiv than three times the
water 1 tower of Spokane Full Hint this
wilier Hwcr, Willi the sole exception
of the mill at Tucker's is entirely un
used, hat are you going to do about
if.' is indeed all Iniportatit ipiicslioii.
With the expenditure of a Miiall
uiiiorfn't of coin compared to the value
of the power when made available, one
half tins stream could be brought
Hirouuli the valley, and utilized ut
l,i. .t..,..t uilli 11 full of i."ill lif ill .'ii
IIIM iiiifc, n i.u u ..... . w - .
hale oer a quarter of a inile; w hich
would give us a power double that of
the famous Spokane Falls. The same
canal that would accomplish this,
would furnish water for several thous
and acres of the tinest fruit lands iu the
world, would put us in position to sup
ply the entire country east of us w ith
tiuall fruits, and would make this one
U the tinest dairy sections in the state.
hat are you going to do about it?
.Are you fcoing to ennit this w ater
iiower to go to wulu forever? Your
lauds to ho uncultivated ? The pro
ceeds of your orchards to be devoted to
purchas.ng hay imported from U.ande
i.onde for the purpose
your stock? lhat HoikI Kiver valley cr more beyond tho walls of the first a
will produce all standard orchard fruits I freak of construction that cannot be lic
it! abundance without irrigation, is un-! counted for on any kuown ground of
doubteuly true us our fruits show j practical use or ornamentation. The
lor themselves, but that the persons
w ho raise the truit many of them pur
chase their hay is equally true. W ith
water tlirougu tho valley all this
would be changed and every ten or
twenty acivs would support a prosper
ous aud contented family. W hat are
y ou going to do about it ? Are you
going to come the Micaw ber act, aud
wait for someone else to come along
aud make these improvements for you,
or are ou going to put your shoulders
to the wheel, and by energy, push and
perseverance bring about , this
prosperous state of uf lairs for yoursel vs ?
If you do the former you w ill w ait for
years, and then be compelled to turn
over to the capitalists a large portion of
your -f roduets. If you do the latter,
stand together, and by temporary sac
rifices own your own water rights, you
will have a healthy bank account long
before the canal will be built by others.
What are you going to do about it ?
Hood River isgrowiug and so is her
school. The best evidence of this lies
in the fact that, at this time last year,
the whole school was accommodated
in a single room. To-day there is not
sufficient seating capacity in both
rooms for the pupils enrolled. The
sehool is not only growing in numbers,
but the quality of the work done by
the pupi aud their interests are grow
ing in proportion. We understand the
pupils of the school have a scheme on
foot to purchase a new bell for the
building. We believe this is the first
project for improving the school that
has been undertaken voluntarily by
the pupils. This volunteer labor on
their part to secure a needed improve
ment in the school is the strongest
testimony of their interest in the
school, and we hope this committee of
pupils will meet the same success in
their eflbrts to purchase a bell that the
teaehers did last term in securing the
big flag which floats over the building
daily. Parents, can you think of a
more inspiring thought than that your
children are daily being educated un
der their country's flag ? Every pupil
as he files out at four o'clock, before
he breaks ranks, turns and salutes his
flag. The flag is an appeal to the
pupils eye, to his patriotism, to
bis love of country; the bell will be
a constant appeal to his ear. The
present bell is an old fifty-pound cast
steel, farm bell, and long siDce fell
behind its capacity as a school bell.
Pesides this, a very nearly fatal acci
dent happened during last term by a
part of the bell coming loose and drop
ping to the floor of tho school-room be
low. Wre believe the present bell was a
contribution from Mr. Coe to the first
school house built in Hood Kiver, and,
by the way,' . the school has to thank
Mr. Coe for several courtesies during its
life so far.
The pupils, iu their present efforts,
purpose to purchase a thoroughly first
class bell, made of pure bell-metal from
the firm of Van Duzen & Tift of Cin
cinnati, Ohio. They intend that the
bell shall not only be large enough for
the present building, but large enough
for a future one as well.
The parents and citizens of this dis
trict should respond to this scheme
liberally if tbey have the interest of
the school at heart and wish to see it
row. The school would gladly earn
its funds by means of an entertain
ment were there a suitable hail in the
town, but until there is such a hall, the
school must remain uanuicappeu
, that respect
Tim WImIoiii uf llm Am U'li..
Dr. Talmas i vory vijnutslp m
itinod to Ivlievo tlmt tlio Xiut tiMit'
v!itury liad not aWrlnd nil tho Won
don of tho nrroH. Jerusalem was ik won
derful city, with wonderful architecture
nothing like it in all the lees. Tim
reservoirs of Jerusalem were built with
mm.f iwfect Uvl.iv iix it was when
t ti 0 trowel laid it 1,000 years lvfon
1 Christ. That dentistry hud reached an
I advauced 8tast was shown by the lilliiiiJ
of the teeth of the mummies at Cairo.
Solomon knew all nlvmt the circulation
of Mivvl. J.ib kuew all alvmt tho re
tr.u tiou of lij,'ht.
Isjiiali know that the world was round
when he said, "The Lord is se,'itd ou the
circle of the earth." Ancient art ex
celled the modern,
couldn't tv made now.
a malleable jrluss that one could tie
around his wrist. The Nineteenth ivnt
ury couldn't produce a ll.iinasciis blade.
We have great cities, but Ribylon was
five times larger than London. "1 lc
giu to wonder." said Dr. Talmae, "if
the world hnsti't forgotten more than it
knows. Put what this age doea excel
in," he continued, "is morality. There
wera never so many po.l men and
women as now. It is the result of the ' ierformctl w ilh dispatch and iri'ct
influenc of Christianity." Washiugton ness. lie takes pleasure in referring to
l,st. Mr. A. S. lllowcrs, hu for years was
j county commissioner in Minnesota,)
Uotton't ouirtt iintM. i and for w hom he did county work as
What is generally believed tJ be the : county surveyor, as to his ability,
oldest hous stanJinL' in Poston h:w Inrn I'm ties w riting me at H.huI w ill re-
transfirrvxl from one estate to another
for the Crst time iu over I'M years. The
property is known as the Wells mansion.
The sale was made by the Wells estate
to Mr. A. Ratshesky, a Hebrew million
aire. This interesting relic of the colonial
period, now used for a store and tene
ments, bears a strong resemblance in its
stylo of architecture to the old Dickens
house ia London. It is a two story frame
structure, very substantial and likely to
last another generation, if not torn down
! to make room for a modem building.
mat 113 s
second story pn-jivU wx inches
san. who discovered that it had not pre- ;
vionsly been inquired into since ICol. ;
when it came into the possession of the
forefathers of the present comptrollers
of the Wells estate. Costoii Post.
Illack mid Crren Tea.
Generally speaking, all teas are di
vided into two colors green aud bhick.
Japan ia tho only country which pro
duces gTeen tea only, while China is the
only land where both colors are pre
pared. India, Ceylon and Java send
forth black teas aloue, 011 the principle
at least ia India that adulteration of
green tea is too easy. It is worthy of
mention in this connection also that
until within a few years all thd teas of
Japan have been blacic, and this w:is the
case when in lSoG the first importation
of fifty half chests reached this country.
The venture was immediately success
ful. The flavor of the Japan tea pleased the
American palate. It was spoken of as
"a black tea with green tea flavor, " and
as the leaf was dried iu the natural color
it was believed that it must bo free from
adulteration. The importation for the
second year was 400 half chests, aud in
the third year the amount arose to 1.100.
But it did not by any means stop there,
rising rapidly till tho yearly total
reached the wonderful amount of 20,000,
000 pounds. Good Housekeeping.
Kucapo fur the Cllery.
An old time theatrical advance agent
told me this amnsiii, incident which oo
curved in London, England, at the first
production of tho opera "Faust" in the
Drnry Lane theatre: "The original Faust
waa taken sick in the evening and could
not appear in tho title role. An under
study, whose name was not revealed,
was chosen for the part He was n first
class tenor, but was a very Etout man,
weighing about 240 pounds. In the last
act, where Marguerite lies dead on the
floor, and Faust descends through a trap
door amid lurid flames, the trap in this
instance, being very small, was not large
enough to let the under study through.
The stage hands underneath pulled their
utmost on the legs of the substitute, but
to no avail. There was breathless silence
in the audience at the awkward pause,
which was soon broken by a voice in the
il 1-: : i :n . tr
v. r 11 , .t- , , tm 1. t 1
rah. fellows! Weresafe! The hot place l
ia lull already! wew xom ttar.
Keasoua for l)ivorc.
The Druses sometimes divorce their
wives for apparently the most trivial
causes. Thua a man named Soleimau
Attala had a wife, Isbakyeh. The
woman frequently worked for us, and
on several occasions I had to complain
that she talked too much and worked
too little. At length I was obliged to
tell Soleiman that, owing to his wife's
lazines3, 1 could employ her no longer.
Shortly afterward I went to England.
On my return after a couple of months'
absence 1 was surprised to find that
Soleiman had divorced Lsbakyeh, and h;ul
already married another woman. On
inquiring from him the cause o! this he
replied, "Your honor told me that you
would not employ my wife again, so I
thought I would get rid of her and
marry another woman whom you would
employ." Blackwood's Magazine.
Two Oueer Addresses.
Not long ago a letter came through
this postoifioo addressed to "Lard Mills,
N. H.," which found its proper destina
tion at Oil Mills. N. H. A letter ad
dressed to "Roast Pig, Mass.," was de
ciphered by the Poston mail clerks to he
intended for Dcdhaui, and there it was
delivered to the person for whom it waa
intended. Concord Monitor.
A Pervcmu Woinun.
"What! you lovo another! But you
said you'd uiarry mo if your father dis
"I know. Cat he didn't disown me,
you see!" American Grocer.
Dr. S'vuin, Dentist, j
! Man V Will's of Kutvpe, late of Port-'
'lull. I, uiiidliate of IVlillxVlvallia t'ol-!
'..i, ,, I,, II . I Is,.,,, ii,, (II
, Uxv, will ivinitiii in II. ul Kixei mi (11
i Oct. 10. TIiom' Wlhlilnu; tc III lllaile,
. . . I I
til I.I III' VII call 10. or t!S OI 11.1 I I. I
ry - - - - - - ,
silver, enamel, etc., will llud lr, Swain
a careful operator and uiuderale in his
priivs for tli-st-elass work, Dm't delay
if you mvil dental work done. Ollhv
near post otlhv, adjoining Mr. Hart ley's.
After S-pteniber 1st, ls;)l, rates at the
Mt. Hood llous will lv as follows;
I Kegular Uianlei-s, ht wivk; nclgh
1 boi'hiviil transients, thiw meals for Jd.
; All other transients, ht day; iis of
sample rmni, oO ivnts extra. Suniuier
1 Imimi.Ii'!. w ill be eliMlved from IO.'iO to
Tyrian purple per w'eck, according to room oceu
Pliny describes ' picif. t i km. 1 1 Kit IU K r, PiMin ictor,
Mt. 1 1hiI 1 louse.
(hv;ils at 10 per cent, discount at
Haiina's for .".0 days.
The undcrlgueil U'ing located near
11. vid Kiver, wishes to Inform parlies
w ho may In' desirous of having sur
veying 'd'Mio, that he Is a practical
surveyor of many years experience,
and tliat work entrusted to him w ill le
M' pnipt attention.
Dated Hood Diver April (ilh, IstU.
Why cough, w hen S. It. will stop It.
Ice for sale; also a tine liturgy horM1.
KlMiAIJ W. 1 NANS,
Fnrnitiirv at Portland prices at S. '
K. Partnii ss' furniture stoiv.
j Call and see Marvin Hand's new
stock of stationary and school supplies,
j He him also just rcivivcd a line stork of
rt'.'iiliiiir niMttiT novels, iiini-iiiiii s. cli'..
,nil H s.,,.,1(i,t Mssortmeut of llshinu
tackle, line candies and all the fruits
of the-season eonstaiitlv on hand.
ON TO POKTI.AMU
To those desiring to visit the Kx posi
tion, the Tnion Pacific w ill sell tickets
at one ami i.iic-liKh fare for the round
trip, on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays of each wvk U'tween Septem
ber 10 and October 17, 1NU.
NOITCF FOR Pl'P.LICATION.
Ijtn.l Olll.f at ViinniiiviT Wash. sVpt. !l, l.sVl.
N'.itii'f is hi'ivliy elvi'ii that thi' fnlliiwiiiK
mtMK'.l si llier Iih tlli .l nuliri' of Ii.t liili'iitlon
to m:ik tliiiil iiiniiiiiitiili.nl riMi In Mii'inrl
of I. rr rliilm, 1111. 1 tlmt Mii.l proof will ln
lll.l.lr Ih-folV tll'lli",'lstlT mill linviviT I'. S.
I .ii nil oni.f al Vanr.iuviT Wash, 011 Ui-IoIht
2 111, Kil, viz:
Mary K. K.tiii.v.
It. I). No. Till) for tin- s siv. i Tp. .1 n r 11
i w 111.
siii' mimes the following wittn'sM'H to prove
tier milt I nut ills resi.lelii'e Uf" ll an. I ell II I v. it Ion
of, said land, vi.: Ma.'ie Kline, Henry Hum
I1.1111, l-Mttiinl It. Meliiiniel, .John Kaii, nil of
While Salmon, Wu-.li.
spti:MH'tl Joitu 1). (iKiMiiiKiJAti, Hixlster.
NOTICK FOIl ITULICATIOX.
j Land OlnVelat ViiiKiiliver wash. Kn t. H, 11.
j Notice In lierehy (risen that the fillowuiK
I named settler has Hied notice of her intention
' to make final commutation prool in Hiipxrt
I of her claim, and that said proof will he made
1 helore the lieulster and Kii-eiver I', si. Ijmd
I llltliv at Vancouver Wash, oil (letoher ".''i,
! IsM, viz:
j MaiTKle Kane.
I It. 1 1 No. 711!) for tins s e i of sir. I Tp II 11
! 11 e w 111.
She niimi's the followlnj; wltnessi's to prove
liereontiuuous elulin to, 11 ml eultivntloii of.
sulil laud, viz: Mary Kenny, Henry Kuril
tin 111. Kdwitnl It. McDiinlel John Ktfuti, all of
while S11I111 on, wash.
sptlSKicti!! John 1). (Jkogiiaijan. lteister.
NOTICE FOU ITPLICATIOX.
Ijinil Olllee at Vancouver wash., Sept. in.Mil.
Xotlee ts lierehy given Unit the following,
named claimants have tiled notice of their in-
trillion to make final proof in Muptiort of their
claim and that said itrool will he luade he
fore the Kesilster and liecclver t'. S. Laud Of-
tlee ut ancouvcr, W ashirttfton, on October
in, ls.il, vi,:
Application No. .!!), to purchase under Hi-c. .1
of the lieneral Korleitutv .Vet of Sept. Lll, IMIHI,
for the S. . e.!;i',s.e.VK.w.;4.and n.w. ). s,c.I-l
s f. 10, tp. 11.. r. 11 e.
He nuiiicM the followln
wltneHses to prove
Ms continuous claim, mid eulllvallon of, said
land, viz: I heodor Suks.lorf, Francis M. Lane.
Jacob JK. J.teohson and Natlian M. W ood, all
of While ShIiiioii, Klickitat county, Wanh
H d K, S010 for the w. l,n. w. 1-1 n.w. h. w.
1-4 and lots 1 and 2, sec. 211, tp. '! 11., r. II e.
He natnesithe following witnesses to prove
ins continuous resilience upon ami cultivation
,.r ..i,i l..,wl
Al Jl. .lewelt, I' rands M.
Lane, Nathan M. ood and Jacob K. Jacob-
Honi,, , white Kaimou, Klickitat county,
Jacob h. Jaeotwon,
f'asii aqplieatlon to piirchiise under See. .'I of
the (ieneralKorfelture Act aptiroved Hept. 2il.
I lHIKI, for the n. i n. e. see. Ill, tp. :! n., r. il e.
j He names the followliiif witnesses txi iirove
1 his continuous claim, and cultivation or said
land, viz: Theodor Htiksilorf, Al II. Jcve.t, !
KranclH M. Lane, and Nathan M. Wood, till of
White Salmon, Klickitat eounty.W'iishlnKtnn.
sepl2-K'lil John 1). Okooiikoan, lteKisler.
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
Land ( IfHce nt The Dulles, t lr., Kejit. , 18(11
Notice is hereby given tliat the following
named wttler haw filed notice of his Intention
... ,,,l7u llniil ,,,.,,tf iti uiottu.rt of Ills elnlm I
and that wild proof will h- inane before the i
Kei'lster mid lteceivei',t,,.'s.. i o. at jnouuiies
Or., on October 2:!, 1HM1, vl.::
Daniel A. Kturges,
H.D. No. 2214, for the H, V. n, w. and w. yt
! s. v. sec. 12' twp t -v. it: u k,
! He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence Upon and cultivation
I of, suid land, vl.: K. K. I'lslter, Koderlck Mb.
! Neil, Adolj'.h H. Godherson and William A.
Jlav, an or jiusicr.
sepl2-octli John W. Lewih lietjlsti'r
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver, wash. Kept. 1, Will.
Notice in hereby given that the followln
nuined settlers have filed notice of their Inten
tion to make final proof In support of their
claims and that said proofs will be made
before W. It. Dunbar Commissioner t'nited
Ntates'Cireuit Court for District of Washington
ut (ioklendule, wttShington on October 31, lsiDl,
viz: IH1AIAH C. HI'KNCKK.
Homestead Kntry no. 71172 fortheje. swl-l
See. 2!l, Tp. 'A, N. K. 12 Kast will. .Mer.
He tiiiines the following witnesses in prove
lil.cJintinuous residence upon, and cultivation
of, said land, vi.: Oeotge H. Lyle Owtrsu
A. Hnlder, Kills II. Hewett, Miircus Vnnl!il
ber, all of Lyle I'. O. Washington.
WILLIAM H. KI'KnCKU.
Homestead Kntry No. 7!I7: for the e. s w 1-4
r e. ' of n w 1-4 and Lot 8 Hec. 1, Tp. I N. H.
12 Ktwt w. M.
Who names the following witnesses to
prove his conlinuous residence upon, and cul
tivation of, said lund. viz: (ieorgcK.Iy.vle,
Ocorge A. Knyder. Kills H. HewHt, Marcus
Van Hlhtier. all of Lyle I. I . Washington.
spl.x:tl0 John D. OE'xniECJAn, Register.
NOTltT. FOR ITllLM'ATlON.
l al"1 "tll.'o l hii.miiw r WihIi, An. 'J', 11
N"U;'' W li.ivl.y kIvou lli.il llie mllowliiw.
l'm' 'ltl-l! tlitM lUc.l ii. 1 1. l tllrlllnt, IIII..II
ninU.-U)iol ihihh ntKii.,.ni m 11..11 inline,
nii.l Hint ni.M i.iim.i u ill lu iim.ln In line lln
I ' ... ........ I 1 I - . .1 II L, I 1 . ..II . . .
-.' i mi.'. mm- 1. n. i.iih.i .mw III
unit ItivclMT I . 8.
Viiiiiiiiivitwiii.Ii. mi ( VIiiIh'I 'JiI, Isii, U:
II. I, Kntry No. si.17 fur II..' 1 , 0 ne ' ,
Siv, I, i'p. I N. It.
Ul '., v.
1 ll.'imnu' the follow Inn wliii. 'Ne to prove
: Iiit iiinllnuimi ivi.h'iict' upon, ami culllvii
, II. ill of. Kill. I Inn. I, lx: A I II. .lewelt. Thiiiilnrc
1 siiUe,loii. I'mnk M. Ijine, Kivit liken, all
i. htte. salmon K llckltnt To, uiihIiIiikIoii,
! vl: Kit AMIS M, I, AM:.
I II. I. No. .'.ikS'i, for the 1 . ,1 e , ami 11
0 s,v.i I'p. .1 11 r II K w .
lie tinmen I he follow Inn w II iick.m'1 to pro
I her mill InttoiiM ivkIiIciuv itmii anil ciiltlx ul Ion
of, xal.l Intnl. Or: I'lniidoie sukeadoi f, Al II.
.l.'Helt, Nullum M. Wood till ot white Salmon
1 Mlekllnl Co. u ash. i'liiiiiioif t'tirMcti, of Oil
! lller Kllckltnl '. Uii.Ii,
Ml N A I'll A N M. Vtil.
II. l. 7710 for the loin an.l '.'ami e 11 w ,
.v 7 I'p :l 11 r II e v 111,
He names the follow Inn w llnexen to iirove
I III-eontlniioiix nshlenee inmn, mid eulllMi-
II. m of kii. I Inn. I r: Thindoii' suUes
doit', 1 II. .lewetl, I' lanelt M. I.nne, .I11.11I1 K.
.In.i.l.'.on, nil or w lille Sahnoii Klli kllat I'o.
p." III .loll IV liKoiillK.I W, liecUter.
NOTICK FOU Pl lll.lCATlON.
Ijitnl Ottlee at Vaiunmer, wnsli, Sept. :l, si.
Notice N lieivliy ulvcti Hint the folloM ltiK.
named helller Inn tiled 11. .Ilef ol hU lillelilloll
lo tiiiike tlnnl proof In kiipuni of his claim,
and Hint said proof will he made Ufoin the
Keislsler ninl ll.ii'Uer I', s. Inn.l oillce nl Van
iinivcr, nh. on t ictolicr IM'I, v 1,:
.In.. .1. llitnt,
It. IV No. svS, for the v . K.v. M Tp. I II
If. II K. w, M.
He names the followlinr iltnescn to prove
his contlnnons r."ldcliee upon nil. I cull Ival loll
of, wild Inn. I, H: Joseph stnhl, .lohn sloti
tlc Annie Hunt, Samuel 1 iani.s all of while
Salmon K llckltat I ouniy wash.
n.tlJ-ocll7 Jolin l. lii:ouiii:u,n, KikIsIiT.
NOTICK FOU PI PLICATION.
ljind ntllce at un.onver wash. Sept, :i, lsv.
Nolle,- U hen hr clM'll Hull the follow Inn
nntlled sctller has tiled notice of Ills lllleulioll
to make tinal tiMif In siipH.rt ot his cltilni,
and Hint sal. I proof will he made h. fore the
lleulstcr and KecclMTnl iimouvcr H ash, 011
(N'toher Jl, Islll, tlx;
It. P. No. SI II for Ihe w '. su it Tp I 11 II II
e w, M.
I le names Hie follow Iuk witnesses to prove
his continuous residence iioi and cull l nlloti
of, sal. I Intid, vU: Joseph Stnhl ,.lan.h llitt.t,
I'ayiiM. .lohn, Annie Hunt, all of white Sal
mon, K Hi U itnl I o. w 'ash.
sptl.'iM tir John h. t.i ....in 1, an, HenUier.
NOTICK FOK IT PLICATION.
I jin.l 1 iithi' ut Vancouver wash. Sept. :l, lssi,
Notice In lierehy ulvcit that the following
tiaiiicd Mttlcr hie. t! led notice of his 1 11 ten I Ion
to make tlnnl prisil In support of his cluiiu,
1. ml t hut said pr.sif will Is' mn.le Im fme Ihe
lleitlsli r and llecelvcr I . S. hind oltlee ul
Vancouver wnsli. on I h'tolu r L'l, ls!d, viz;
Ca .1 use John,
It. D. No. s-.-J"i for the s w s e ,, s e s w 1 ,
sti' pi an.l n w '4 11 e 1 , and 11 e ' , 11 w 1 , see '.'I
Tp I 11 K II e w 111.
He naiiics t he lollowltn; wllneses to prove
Itlsisiiiilnuoiis residence upon iin.l ctililvulloti
of, said Intnl. VI.: .Inch Hunt, John slon
He, Annie Hunt Joseph Slnhl, all or while
mi I im n Kll. kill. I I'ounty, wash,
spll-oclli Jolin ll. 1.1 iii.tli:., All, Hinlsler.
NOTICK FOK PFPL1CATION.
Iin.l Uttlee al Vancouver, wash. Alp;. 'Jl, Iml
Notice Is liereliy irlvcn Hint the followlni!
II 11 It li' I settler hlls tiled tiollee of Ills Intention
to make tlnnl proof In support of his cluiiu,
un.l that said proof will he made hefoie Ihe
It. 'ulster and liecclver I'. S. land oillce al
Vancouver wash, on iictoher l.ilh Nil, M.:
MalLTiiret Anil l altierou.
I'asli appllcalloti No. i-'l miller 'lr.1 section
Act of congress nppioed Seplemher 1.', Is.l,
lor the I jils .'! and 1 an.l nc 1 , s w I-1 Sec 111 Tp
:i II It II K W M.
Site names the followlnu wllnesses to pnive
her continuous resilience uhui an.l ciilllvallon
of, said land, I.: .Mrs. A. h. I irhldliiK", and
.billies II. 1'iiire. of I'orlland IMetron. ('. II.
( ox. of Hood Kiver Or, James llrown, of
while Salmon wash.
uuuJli-oct.i John I i. (ii-.oiiiir.iiAN, llndsier.
NOTICK FOK 1TPLI ACTION.
Ijindl llllce al The Iiiill.'Hllr. Auk. IT, Kll.
Notice; Im lierehy elven that the following
tunned settler lias ill. il notice of his Inteuilon
i to make final proof In suiiguirt of his claim,
i and that Mil. I proof will lie made helore Ihe
I Uenlster and Ki eelver I'.S. !,.(. ul The Italics
r , ( ircKuti, on ( ictoheril lsid, viz:
Roderick Me Neil.
11 r, x.. ,1- )., ..... r. .I...... I .
II. I', .so. ."v.iir 101 0 in I 1. '1 11, 1 ., n
and s e t k w 1-1 Sis-. 7 Tp. 2 N. It. 12 K. Jl.
He naincK the followlnir witnesses to prove
Ills continuous residence uhiii and cultlvllon
ot. sul.l land, viz: .latins M. Killolt, John
Mjler, 1,111k Latiih, Adolph H. 1 iodheison, all
ol Moslrr iri'Kon.
aiii22-sip2i John V I.F.wim, Uclster.
NOTICE FOU PCPLIC.vnoN.
I.und litllce at The Kalles Or. Aiur, I I, WU.
Notice Is lierchv elven that the followlnir-
1 named settler has llled notice of his Inlention
to make tlnnl proof In support of his claim,
and Unit sahl proof will he made before the
Kcitistcr and Itecelver V. S. I O. at The Dalles
Or. 1111 ISepU'lnher 2S, Wll, viz:
Ami P. Diiiiinlck.
If. 1). No. rKKtV for the N. v. 1-1 of Heo. : Tp.
1, -N.oiK. I'll';, w. Jl
He names the followlnu witnessed lo iirove
Ills contlnuoiiM r.iHiitcnee upon and cultivation
of, said land, vl.: leoixe Perkins, Itert (ira
ham, S. M. lialdwln, of Mt Hood Or,, and J. I..
LatiKllle, ni'Hood Kiver Or.
iiKliVwplii John W. I.hwis, UcKlster.
NOTICK FOIl ;rriiJ.ICATTON.
Land oillce at Vancouver wash. Hcpl. 12, 1HII1.
Notice Is hereby tflven that the followln
nanieil settlers liave tiled tiollee of their In
tention to make final pronfln support of their
I resM'Ctlveelaliiis and thai sain piooi win ne
made before W. K. Dunbar, I lomtnlssloner
Hulled MtiilcH rlreiilt Court for District of
Washington, ut (loldenilale Washington, on
Monday November 2, Wll, vl,:
j Herman Iiertschi.
I Homestend Kntry No. Mitt for the n of hp
'" "1 Vi?, V V ""llm, ? "
Who names the following wltnesseH In
prove his continuous residence upon, mid cul
tivation of, said land, viz: Jane .Myers, Hal
sey D.Cole, Luelnda K. Clmpman, John X.
Cole, all of l''uidu 1". O. Washington.
Homestead Kntry No. 71171 for the n c H sec-
tioti l:t rl'ovi'tisliin Ti north of runia 11 eut will.
' following witnesses to iirove
,,.": " ,u ,.u,,t,1n ,, ,.,,,1 ..u'uiv.i.
tlon of, said land, viz: Jlalscy D. Cole. Jane
Jlyers, of Kuldii I'. O. Washington, Robert
Stewart, Rudolph Heyting, of Uiliner, 1'. O.
Homestend Kntry No. 7HH0 for the n w V, sec
tion :5 Townsliip u noi tli of range 12 cast will,
Who names the following wltnessesto Prove
her cont In nous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz: llalscy D. ole, William
l-'ruzler, Herman Kerlschi, Luelnda V. Chap
man, all of Kulda 1'. O. Washington.
Purchase Application No. 47 under Section a
Forfeiture Act Kept, 21, 1SIK) lor the s e 4 ofn
w l4 and lots 1 and 2 Section 39 Township II
north of range 12eastwlll mer.
Wlio names the following witnesses to prove
Iter conlinuous claim to said land, vi,: Halscy
1). Cole, William Krazler, Herman ISertschl,
Luclndit V. Cimi-miui, all of Kulda 1. O.
sptll-oct24 JoliN D, lno(jhl',(!An, Register
Two lots witli good house, barn and hennery,
plenty of fruit. Price SI'VJO. Also six lots
with good bouse and out houses, line lawn all
kinds of fruit, garden etc. Price jj&VXI. Im
provements alone cost price asked. Tills is a
good Investment for speculation. Owner
wants money and must sell. Time will be
given on a portion if desired.
Adlhcss, A.S. IIF.OWKRH,
Hood River, Oregon.
Kvcrv body wauls laml in Hood
Kiver S'alley." I luive home very do
Mrable ti'aels of K'ood land on my list
for lioiiii'steads mid tluibeied
claims, with iuiiuiuk water on
I hem. I can locate several stockmen
advantuueoiislv, lo not fall to sec
me at IliMid Kiver Falls or inlilress me
at Hood Kiver, Wnseo County, Oregon.
W. Koss WlNANS,
I have apMin(ed .1. T. lelk, my
Anent to sell my Iiiit at Hood Kiver,
at w holesale. Aldi sr Pi i ll int.
The Dalles, March M, lsnl.
JOHN H. CRADLEDAUGH.
ATloltNi:V AT LAW.
I'rnell.i's hi all the .nulls of llri'iton tuul
Washlnijton. Hp.s'lnl nltentloii ulven to eon
veynnelii):. HI 'lKKOFFICK,
HOOD KIVKK OKKOON.
S. L. YOUNG.
Ht'lVrXsiilt I'd K. llllt'K.
FIX K WATCH KS,
AN D SI LVF.KWA KK, A LSO
Fino Watch Ropnlrlng .1 Spocl-
Tho Dallos. Or.
Now is the time to
The next thirty
FOR CASH ONLY
With a discount of 10 por cont on all bills of $3. and ovor.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
PEED STOZBZ: 6z HxEIILXj,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
SEED GRAIN SPECIALLY SELECTED.
Ah I grind and make my own feed, I am prepared to Hell at lowcHt priccx.
Write for nuotntloim.
W. H. LOCHHEAD. ----- Tho Dallo3 Oregon
Crandall & Burnet,
A Full Line of
Mail Orders Promptly Attended to
16G Second St. Tho iDalles, Or.
ivory and Feci
Oak Street, near Postqffice,
HOOD 11IYER, OREGON,
Wc have First-Class Stock and Outfits, Double Buggies, Hacks
and Saddle Horses.
A Fine Four-Horse Coach, suitable for fishing or excureioR
pprtien, carries nine passengers. Parties taken to any accessi
ble point, lieliablo drivers.
Our Dray delivers baggage or freight anywhere in. the Valley
J. I, HUNTINGTON, Ik,
Till", DAI. I. KM, OKKOON,
Have the only abstract of laud
titles Iu (lie County, ami
are the only h,i'soiih who
can furnish reliable In
laud titles on
I 1 iWAV mlm
We are also pti pari'd to make out
all necessary pasis for llllnn 011 thu
AND ON ANY tloVKHXM KNT
FOR SALE: 'tUMJ
COKKF.SPON DKNCF. SOLICITFD.
NO TKOl'PLK T( ANSWF.K
L KIT Kits.
t OyTr Inuns lltttvk - 7V' fhiftta Or,
buy your groceries,
days I will sell
COTTON SEED MEAL