The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, May 27, 1898, Image 2

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    5(ocd Iftver lacier.
Published ovory Krlday by
8, F. BLYTHE.
Terms of Subscription 81.50 a year when
paid lu advunce; Hi ir not paid in advance.
FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1S98.
LATEST WAR NEWS.
New York, May 25. A Herald spe
cittl from Washington says:
Spain's flying squadron will fly no
longer. Its race Is run. Cooped up in
the harbor of Santiago de Cuba, Us de
Btiuction or capture is considered by
officials here (o be merely a matter of
time. Before the harbor are the armor
cluds of the American navy ready to
give battle to' Admiral Cervera's ships
the moment they poke their noses out
of the channel. The advices announc
ing these to be the positions of the war
ships were received at Washington last
night.
Port au Prince, May 25. The report
of the arrival of the Spanish Cape
Verde fleet at Sansiago is correct. A
correspondent here of the Associated
Press has been able to obtain definite
confirmation of this news, but up to
the present it has been impossible to
obtain details. Dispatches sent from
here to Santiago asking for information
on the subject remain unanswered.
Washington, May 25. At 0:45 Sec
retary Long said no word had been re'
ceived regarding the bottling up of the
Spanish fleet at Santiago. He says,
however, that he fully credits the press
dispatches, and has reason to believe
that Admiral Cervera is cooped up In
Santiago with Schley on the outside.
It is understood the last cable con
nection between Cuba and Madrid will
be cut today.
The president .today issued a proc
lamation calling for 75,000 more volun
teers. This will make the total army
strength, regular , and volunteer, 280,'
000. The additional recruits will not
be recruited from the national guard,
but the enlistments will be open.
The call, it is supposed here, indi
cates a determination to press the cam
paign actively and vigorously.
One hundred and twelve thousand
men have now been mustered into the
volunteer army, and official reports
show that the greater number of these
are ready to move to the front.
The battle-ship Oregon arrived safely
at Jupiter, Fla., last night and sailed
again today.
A copy of the women's edition of the
Tlmes-JMountaineer, published tor the
benefit of The Dalles public library,
li us been received. It is a very cred
itable publication. We find among
the contributors Hood River ladies as
follows: Mrs. J. H. Cradlebaugh, Mary
, K. Krazier, Marlon Cook, Henrietta K.
Eliot. The paper is sold for 10 cents a
copy. -
Spain is a country of arid territory
and torrential streams, the result of ig
norance or Indifference in not caring
for the natural forests that once cov
ered the mountains.
Win. C. Whitney, secretary of the
navy during Cleveland's first admin
istration, Is the one man to whom the
nation is indebted for our superiority
over the Spanish in war ships. He
laid t ho foundation and started the
construction of our present navy.
Bring Flowers.
The Sabbath school of the Congrega
tional church is requested to meet Sun
day, at 0:45 a. m., sharp. We desire
that every member of the school shall
be present, us we are expected to take
part in the memorial services. We
liope every one will bring a nice bo-
quet or flowers, as they are to be used
in the exercises of the occasion. You
are expected to take part in the flag
exercises under the direction of Prof.
-Allard, and we hope all the school will
be present to assist in perpetuating the
memory of our heroic dead.
C. J. Haves.
Superintendent.
McMinnville, Or., May 21, 1898.
Editor Glacier: The eagerly-looked-for
Glacier is just at hand. I note
that our genial clerk of the county has
called on the voters of Hood River. I
wish some of the reformers of Hood
River would call his attention to the
fact that we pay but 25 cents a transfer
for abstracts here In Yamhill county
as against 75 cents in Wasco. How is
thai?
I am now able to ride out every day
and walk about some. Hope to be able
to go to Hood River before the berry
season is over.
The county clerk is a salaried officer
and has nothing to do with fixing the
fees. But they should be no higher in
Wasco county than they are in Yam
hill. Ed. .
Fourth of July.
Hood River, May 25, 1898. We,
the Oregon Emergency Corps of Hood
River, ask as a favor that the patriotic
: men of Hood River town and valley
arrange for a Fourth of July celebra
tion. The emergency corps is willing
to lend its aid in any way desired.
Mattie Oiler, President,
M. Sue Adams, Vice President.
Ursula Dukes,
Lizzie L. Shaw.
F. X. Scliowninaker
Of New Jersey, one of the ablest cam
paigners in the Union, will discuss the
political issues of the day at Armory
hall, Hood River, on I be evening of
May 80th. All are invited to attend
and no one can afford to miss the op
portunity or Dealing this talented
speaker. Ladles especially invited.
Committee.
Educate Tour ltowel. Willi Csoarets.
Candy Ontlinrlic, euro constipation forever.
10c, 25c If C C. C. fail, druggists refund mouey.
What Does Hood River Say!
People's Republic.
Wasco should give the county a bis Fourth
of July celebration this year. Our citizens
never do things by halves; therefore, let us
celebrate on a grand scale at home, or go as a
county on an excursion to Hood River. How
would tbiB dor "Go as you please" to Hood
River on Saturday, hear some big gun preach
Sunday, attend a grand lecture (Sunday even
ing, an exceptional programme for Monday,
the 4th, and return Tuesday? Fares are
chean. and every one would enjoy the trip.
Now that we have a railroad, let's start the
custom oisnaKing tne oust out oi our Bnens
once a year, w uat aoes noon raver sayr
The Glacier can safely speak for
Hood Klver and say, i;ome; we win
give you a royal welcome. The pro
gramme outlined dv ine rtepuuiiu is a
good one; now let our citizens get to
gether and extend an invitation to tne
goon people or ssnermun county to
come und enioy our. hospitality and
celebrate with us the coming Fourth;
and alone about bentember 1st, wnen
our neighbors have gathered their
golden harvest ot grain, we can return
the compliment by giving an excursion
to Sherman county.
J, W. Morton.
It gives us pleasure to reproduce the
following kind remarks about our
neighbor by the TlllamooK Heamigni
Mr. Morton is a voune man of ability and
nnquestionable integrity. He has always
been loyal to the republican party and a tirm
and unyielding champion of sound finances;
outspoken in his opposition to the fallacies of
tne populist ana democratic parties upon tne
financial question. Imrlng Mr. Morton's res
idence of several years in this county he
gained many warm friends by his honesty In
personal matters and his fealty and allegiance
to tne repumican party, ana naa ne remain
here would have been honored by his party
before now. Mr. Morton's Tillamook friends
are proud of his advancement and preference
at tne nanus ot the republicans oi snerman
and Wasco, and the republicans of those
counties can do onlv one tliinar better In this
matter, and that is, by electing Mr. Morton as
tneir joint representative.
A Fine Testimony.
A Wasco county farmer gave the ed
itorof the Crook County Journal the
following reasons why he Is supporting
Malcolm A. Moody lor congress:
I remember the year of the crop failure, ten
years or so airo. Hundreds of farmers would
have starved the next yrar had it not been for
the Moodys; for the wheat was killed in the
"Doot" ana we naan't enougn even or tne
bleached straw, without a particle of grain in
It. to keep our stock from perishing and not
an ounce of seed for the coming year. What
did the Moodys do? When they learned that
the crops were ruined they announced that
any rarmerwno was without seea wheat coin a
have what he needed by oomins" to the Moody
warehouse and giving his individual note,
without security, and in some instances, to
my Knowieage, wiinoux. interest, urners in
The Dalles, richer than the Moodys, furnished
they demanded ten iron-clad1 note and mort
gage that amply secured them either these
or no wneat. ,
Spanish Luck.
Klickitat Agriculturist.
Arthur Harrison of Pine Forest was leading
a vicious horse into the stable.a few days ago,
when it pulled back and the halter rope be
coming tangiea arouna Air. Harrison s wrist,
his hand was torn almost off, making a very
dangerous wound. The next day his driver
was thrown off the wagon and the four-horse
team ran three miles through the woods be
fore they were stopped. Soon after another
driver let another four-horse team with two
wagons run away with a load of lumber down
the Columbus grade and scattered lumber Its
whole length. When the team was stopped
the driver wanted to throw up his job, out
Harrison said he bad better stay with it till
he had gathered the wreck together. Coming
back home they put a load of hay on tlv trail
wagon. Mr. Harrison, while walking beside
the load with his wounded wrist in a sling.
saw that the hay was about to tip over and
sprang to the upper side to keep it up. He
swung to the side of the rack, but his foot
slipped a little too far and the wagon ran over
it, crusning it Daaiy. jmow Mr. Harrison is
buying new wagons and hiring a new driver.
Where They Don't Get Hood River's.
Chicago News: Burgin I see the scientists
claim that strawberries are 91 per cent water.
nuision xne scientists are away on. straw
berries are 91 per cent box bottom.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic lOo orSSe.
If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money.
Miss Evangelina Cisneros, whom
Karl Decker captured from a Spanish
prison in Cuba, has offered her services
as nurse to Surgeon General Sternlierg.
Site wants to do what she can to relieve
any suffering among American soldiers.
Union Ticket.
State.
For Governor;
WILL k. kinu. of Baker county. ,
For Secretary of State,
HARRISON R. KINCAID, of Lane county.
For Supreme Judge,
W. M. RAMSEY, of Yamhill county.
For Attorney General,
J. L. STORY, of Wasco county.
For State Treasurer,
J. O. BOOTH, of Josephine county.
For State Printer,
CHA8. A. FITCH, of Clackamas county.
For Sunt. Public Instruction,
i. o. Ltx stiAS , ox uiatsop county.
District.
For Congressman, Second District,
C. M. DONALDSON, of Baker county.
For Circuit Judge, Seventh District,
W. L. BRADSHAW. of Wasco county.
For Prosecuting Attorney, Seventh District,
. j-i. uai oi w asco county.
For Member State Board of Equalization,
' O. P. KING, of Sherman county.
For Representatives of Wasco and Sherman
counties,
C. L. MORSE and A. J. BKIGHAM.
County.
For County Clerk ,.M, J. ANDERSON
For Mieriff I. D. DRIVER
For Treasurer..... W. H. ARBUCKLE
For Commissioner, F. M. JACKSON
For Assessor J. H. ALDKICH
For Supt. of Schools P.P. UNDERWOOD
For Surveyor 1. L. HOWE
For Coroner. J. H. JACKSON
Precinct.
For Justice of the Peace .........W. H. BISHOP
For Constable M. F. LOY
Republican Ticket.
State. .
For Governor,
T. T. GEEK, of Marion county.
For Secretary of State,
K. I. DUNBAR, of Clatson countv.
For State Treasurer.
CHARLES S. MOORE, of Klamath county.
For State Printer,
W. H. LEEDS, of Jackson county.
For Attorney General,
D. R. N. BLACKBURN, of Linn county.
For Supreme Judge,
F. A. MOORE, of Columbia county.
For Superintendent Public Instruction,
i. xit ALA.jn:uAii, oi jftiuiiuoiuan county.
District.
For Congressman, Second District,
MALCOLM A. MOODY, of Wasco county.
For Circuit Judge, Seventh District,
H. S. WILSON, of Wasco county.
For Prosecuting Attorney, Seventh District,
A. A. JAYNE. of Wasco county.
For Member State Board of Equllization,
C. C. KUNEY, of Sherman county.
For Joint Representatives, Wasco and Sher
man counties,
A. 8. ROBERTS and J. W. MORTON, of
Wasco county.
County.
For Sheriff. ROBERT KELLY.
For Clerk A. M. KELSAY.
For Treasurer O. L. PHILLIPS.
For School Superintendent ...C. L. GILBERT.
For Commissioner N. C. EVANS.
For Assessor W. H. WHIPPLE.
For Surveyor L B. GOIT.
For Coroner W. H. BUTTS.
Precinct.
For Justice of tho Peace..GEO. T. PRATHER
For Constable. To be supplied
WANTED TRUSTWORTHY AND ACT
lve gentlemen or ladies to travel for re
snonslbk .e Published house in Oregon. Month
ly K5 ni a expenses. Position steady. Refer
ence, inclose seir-aaaressed stamped envelope.
The Dominion Company, Dept. Y, Chicago.
Pickers Wanted.'
Six strawberry pickers will find employ
merit for the season by applying to
mis 1. O. I
NEALE1GH.
Tomato and Cabbage
Plants, grown by Geo. Rordan, can be fur
nished in any quantity, at 40 cents per 100.
Apply to M. H. NICKELSEN.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, May
9, 1898. Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his
tention to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
the Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Ore
gon, on Tuesday, J une 28, 1898, viz:
JOHN WELLBER.G,
of Mosler. Homestead Application No. 3412,
for the west northeast M, northeast yt north
west section 18, township 2 north, range 12
east, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
James Brown, J. M. Elliott and Wm. John
son, all of Mosler, Oregon; H. McNeil of The
Dalles, Oregon.
miajl7. JAS. F. MOORE, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., May 6,
1898. Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof commutation in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before C. G. Green, Clerk Superior Court
Skamania county, at Stevenson, Wash., on
June 27, 1898, viz:
CHARLES KEYS,
Homestead Entry No. 10,461, for the west
southwest i northeast Vi southwest and
northwest southeast 4 section IS, township
8 north, range 9 east, w. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
John P. Gillett, George1 M. Berry, John M.
Coulter and Charles W. Deerlng, all of Chen
oweth, Wash.
mljl7 B. F. SHAW, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., May 6,
1898. Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
C. G. Green, Clerk Superior Court Skamania
county, at Stevenson, Wash., on June 27,
1898, viz:
GEORGE TYRRELL,
Homestead Entry No. 8,604. for the lots 1, 2, 8
and 4, Bectlon 1, township 3 north, range 9
east, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
Charles A. Breeding, John P. Gillett, John
M. Coulter and Sam Samson, all of Cheno
weth, Wash.
ml.1J17 B. F. SHAW, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, May 8,
1898. Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make final proof In support of his
claim, and that said proof will be mode before
the Register and Receiver, at The Dalles,
Oregon, on Fridaj , June 17, 1898, viz:
LEWIS W. TOMLINSON,
of Mt. Hood, homestead application No. 3859,
for the south northeast )i, southeast i
northwest J4, ana lot 2, section 31, township 1
north, range 10 east, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
Bert Sandman, George Wenner, W. H. Ed
ick and D. R. Cooper, all of Mt. Hood, Oregon.
m!3J17 JAS. F. MOORE. Register,
Strayed
From the range near the town of Hood River,
one light sorrel horse, about t) years old. No
brands. White stripe in face. Quite gentle.
Had rope around neck when last seen. Suit
able reward for information leading to recov
ery of same. J. E. HANNA.
FOR SALE.
Lumber Wagon, 2 inch ..$50 00
Cart and harness 15 00
Grade Jersey heifer 15 00
E. E. SAVAGE.
Harness Mended.
firing your harness for mending to my
place at frank ton or in town.
in6 ' E. D. CALKINS.
Harness for Sale.
An extra heavy double set of harness for
sale cheap for cash.
a29 T1LLETT 4 GALLIGAN.
Dissolution Notice.
The firm of Wood worth & Hanna is this
day dissolved by mutual consent; G. D.
Woodworth continuing the business, collect
ing all bills and notes and paying all out
standing debu of the above firm.
G. D. WOODWORTH,
J. E. HANNA.
Dated April 21, 1898.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON.
Attorney-at'Law, Abstracter, Notary
Public and Meal JSstale Agent.
For 21 years a resident of Oregon and Wash
ington. Has had many years experience in
Real Estate matters, as abstracter, searcher of
titles and agent. Satisfaction guaranteed or
no charge. -
Office with George T. Prather. '
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., May 5,
1898. Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore u. u. ureen, uierk superior wurt Ska
mania county, at Stevenson. Wash., on June
27, 1898, viz:
CHARLES A. BREEDING,
Homestead Entry No. 9838, for the northwest
H section 22, township 4 north, ranges east,
lie names the following witnesses to Drove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion oi, saiu iana, viz:
George Tyrrell. John P. Gillette. John M.
Coulter and Sam Samson, all of Chenoweth.
yvasn.
ml3J17 B. F. SHAW, Register.
Light Brahmas.
I have decided to put the price of my thor
oughbred Light Brahma eggs down toSOcts
per 18 for the balance of the season.
A. E. IMBLER.
Notice of Filing Plats.
United States Land office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, April 8, 1898. Notice is hereby given that
the approved plat, of survey of township 12
south, range 26 east of the Willamette Merid
ian, Oregon, has been received at this office
and will be officially filed in this office on Sat
urday, the i8th day of May, 1898, at 10 o'clock,
A. M. JAS. F. MOOKE. Register.
WM. H. BIGGS, Receiver.
-A. 3T
In order to make room for new goods, and for the
purpose of selling off goods that have remained on our
shelves longer than we think they should, we will for
the next 30 days, beginning with Saturday, May 28,
1898, sell our entire stock of notions, clothing, hats,
shoes and dry goods (except staples), at cost, and in
many instances at much less than cost.
We are selling shoes that cost $2 for 50c to $1 per
pair; children's shoes that formerly sold for $1.75 and $2
as low as 35o.'
Suits that formerly sold for $10 to $15, as low as $1;
other goods equally as low.
This is no advertising dodge, but an actual bargain
sale, and if you call and see us you will soon be con
vinced of the fact.
We expect to Btay here and to advertise again, and
therefore we cannot afford to practice hum buggery.
WOLFARD & BONE.
DAVIDSON FRUIT COMPANY.
Highest Prices Paid Promptly for Consignments
Especially prepared to
Handle Strawberries
And other fruits. Pleutv of first-class crates and boxes of all kinds always on
band. Five years' practical experience
you are growing truit for profit,
Bring Us Your Shipments.
H. F. DAVIDSON, Manager..
Shingles
"p'TQ LI V l P- TTATWA Chenoweth, Wash., manufacturers and. dealers tn
Everything
I have opened a choice lot of Groceries in the store room formerly occupied by the Hood
Klver Pharmacy. Will also deal in Flour, Feed, etc.
Our goods are all new and choice, and we will aim to keep the best at all times. Quick
sales and small profits will be our motto. Come and see us.
CLYDE i T. BONNEY,
Successor to
ColrncLbia, 3?a,c3s:l2D.g: Co
Keeps constantly on hand CHOICE HAMS,
FKESH BACON, purest of kettle-rendered '
LARD, and FRESH MEATS, at lowest mar-
ket prices. Dealer in aud shipper of
; jbJll Kinds of "Wood.
advantage to see us before consigning elsewhere
Highest Cash Price Paid for Stock.
G. D. WOODWORTH,
' (Successor to A. S. Blowers & Son)
DEALER IN v
GENERAL
Merchandise.
STOVES4 AND TINWARE,
Also, Agent for OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS.
Second door East
Hard Times Prices
Hereafter I will sell for CASH only or Its equivalent. Regarding' prices, will say that I
defy competition. I am not afraid to meet competitive prices at any time. Meet me on Port
land lines and I will meet you with Portland prices. Call and see
It Costs Less
To be dressed fittingly and becomingly
than to go about In a slip-shod manner, if
you know where to Duy your suits. Having
received the American Woolen Mills Co.'s
sample book and price list for spring and
summer styles of men's clothing, I am pre
pared to take orders and furnish suits that
will give satisfaction at the smallest cost.
Here are some of my prices for suits:
Dudley Cassimere Suits $5 60
Genuine Rector Gray Chevolt 7 09
Block Bacon Chevoit 8 75
Caryville all wool black Chevolt 9 00
And from these prices up to 9W and $20 for
the finest material. Pants from S2 up.
B. R. TUCKER. Tucker, Or.
A Nice Little Home.
For sale. 1 Acres within city limits; house
26 x 28, story and a half: store house and cel
lar; 120 fruit trees, blackberries, raspberries,
currants, one acre in strawberries; good well
of water. Terms reasonable. Inquire of
morlS T. H. CLARK, Hood River.
The Young Man
Going to war will want to leave his photo
with hisbestgirl. Call at Bradlev'son Thurs
days, Fridays and Haturdays. He is better
prepared than ever to do good work.
Special attentien given to view work In the
country. D. BRADLEY.
Carpenter Tools.
A chest of carpenter tools, good as new, for
salo. Will tradeforaone-horse spring wagon.
, aW CHARLES ROSKNKUAN2.
TJ
Sale
in shipping fruit from this vicinity. If
Cedar SHINGLES. Correspondence solicited,
0. L. COPPLE.
Mew!
Sells on commission all kinds of FRUIT
and PRODUCE. Growers will find it to their
of Glacier office.
S. E. BARTMESS.
Klondike Bakery.
I fcan supply people of Hood River with
fresh bread, pies and cake after this date, and
will have on hand everything connected with
a bakery. M. H. NICKELSEN.
Marcn 4, 1898.
Taken Up.
A dark sorrel horse, about 6 years old. No
brands visible. White star in forehead.
Owner will come and prove property, pay
damages and take him away.
a29 W. W. NASON, Mt. Hood.
NOTICE FqR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, April 23,
1898. Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his In
tention to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon,
on Saturday, June 4, 1898, viz:
FRANK P. WE1DNER,
of Mosler, Homestead Application No. 8872,
for the east southeast southwest south
east Vt, and southeast M southwest section
11, township 2 north, range 11 east. '.V. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viss:
Frank Lapier, James Hunter, W.E. Huskey
and William A. Hay, all of Mosler, Oregon.
a29J3 JAS. F. MOORE, Register.
Idlewilde Cemetery.
Pines have been laid and every facility is
now given for Irrigating lots. The sexton is
prepared to seed down lots, or the owners can
attend to it themselves. I NEALEIGH,
ma Hex ton.
80 Acres for Sale.
Five miles south west of town; one mile from
good school; 85 acres In cultivation; 2 acres in
Strawberries; bearing orchards; good improve
ments; Can all be Irrigated from a ditch on
highest part of the farm. Will sell all or part.
Address box 114. Hood Elver. Or. m4
Mt.Hood Saw mills,
TOMLINSON BROS., Prop'rs.
HR AND PINE LUMBER
Of the best quality always on hand at price.
to suit the times. . iyW
Fresh Milk,
Areated and deodorized, 6 cents a quart.
F. H. BUTTON.
FOR SALE.
Double harness, single harness, saddle and
bridles, eorn, planter, sewing machine, chest
of tools, cross-cut saw, rakes, hoes, scythes,
scraper, lumber wagon, work horse, bedstead,
spring mattress, dishes, sundry household
articles, stove at the J. W. Connell farm.
Inquire of G. R. CASTNER.
The Glacier
BARBER SHOP,
GRANT EVANS. Prop'r,
Hood River, Or.
DR. M. A. JONES.
First-Class
work.
'All work
warranted
25ofS.,
GOctS.
$1.00 Bottle.
One cent a
This Gbkat Cough Curs oromntlr eurt
Where all other. faiL Cough., Croup, tar
Throat, Hoarsen..., Whooplar Cough and
Asthma. For Consumption it has no rival
has cured thousand., and Will CUR. TOD" It
taken in time. Sold by Druggists on a guar
antee. For a Lame Back or ChtT use
BHILOH'8 BELLADONNA FLASTSRJM,
SHILOH'SCATAHRH
Have you Catarrh This remedy i guaran
teed to cure you. Price, Mot, Injector rrw.
For sale by H. A. YORK.
Future comfort for present
seeming economy, tot buy tne
sewing; machine with n csUb
Ushei reputation, that guar
antees you long ani satisfac
tory service. j j j j j
ITS PINCH TENSION
" AMD .
TENSION INDICATOR,
(devices for regulating and
showing the exact tension) are
a few of the features that
emphasize the high grade
character of the White.
Send for our elegant H.T.
catalog.
White Sewing Machine Co.,
CLEVELAND, 0. ;
Skin Diseases.
For the speedy and permanent cni ot
tetter, salt rheum and ecsema, Cham
berlaio's Eye and Skin Ointment to
without an equal. It relieves the itch
ing and smarting almost Instantly and
its continued use effects a permanent
cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch,
scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
granulated lids.
Dr. Cadr's Condition Powders for
horses are the best tonic, blood purifier
andvermifuge. Price, 83 cents. Soldbf
Forsale by Williams & Brosius.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles. Oregon. April 20.
QQ2 Nntliu i. hamhv .Ivmi that tha fttllnw.
ine-named settler has filed notice of hi. inten
tion to make final proof in support of hi.
claim, and that said proof will be made be-
tore tne register ana iteceiver, at 1 ne uaues,
Oregon, on Saturday. June 4. 1888. viz:
PAUL L. AUBEBT. .
of Hood River, H. E. No; 4160, for the lots 2,7,
10 and 15, section 10, township 1 north, rang.
10 east, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prov.
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
D. R. Cooper, George Booth. Clarence Knapp.
and William Qribble, all of Mt.Hood, Oregon.
a22mZ7 JAS. F. MOORK. Reelstar.
It is a Fact
That you can't afford to buy land in Hood
River valley without first seeing what I have
for sale. Call on or address
maris , , V. WINCHELL.
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