The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, September 09, 1898, Image 3

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    2Keod Iiver Slacier.
Th mall arrived from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; do
parts "ie same days at noon.
for Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A.M. Tuesdays
and Saturdays: arrives at 0 P. M.
For White Salmon leaves cully at 1 P. M.;
arrives at 6 o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, GUI'
mer. Trout Lake and Qlenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays ana r riaavs.
Laurel Kebekah Deorree Lodee. No. 87. 1. O,
O. F. Meets fl rst and third Mondays In each
month. AIRS. FLORA HAKl'liKY, H. U,
O. G. Chamberlain, Secretary.
Canby Post. lo. It). G. X. R.. meets at A. O.
V. W, Hull, first Saturday of each month
at 2 o'clock p. m. All (i. A. II. members in'
vlted to meet with us.
FRANK NOBLE, Commander.
T. J. Cunning, Adjutant.
' " Canby W. R. C, No. 16, meets first Saturday
or eacn montn in A. o. u. w. nan, at t p. m
Mrs. AUSES uUMSlNii, president,
Mrs. Ursula Dukes, Secretary.
Hood River Lodge. No. 105. A. F. and A. M
Meet Saturday evening on or before each
W. M. Yates, Secretary.
Hood River Chapter. No. 27, R. A. M.
Meets third Friday night of each month.
G. E. Williams, Secretary.
Hood River Chapter, No. 125, O. E. 8. Meets
Saturday alter eacn tun moon.
Mrs. Rachel Hkkshner, Secretary.
SM... A I. A . . KT tAO TT.t,A, A w.tne.w.a
meets second and fourth Monday nights of
each month at Fraternity nan. Krotners ana
sisters cordially invited lo meet with us. .
A. P. BATE 1 1 AM, M. A,
S. 8. Gray, Secretary.
Waucoma Lodge, No. 80. K. of P., meets In
A. O. v- w. Han on every rnesaay nignt..
G. T. Prather, K. of R. 4 S.
Riverside Lodge, No. D8, A O. V. W., meets
first and third Saturdays of eaoh month.
J. F. Watt, Financier.
H. L, Hows, Reco der.
Idlewilde Lodge. No. 107, 1. O. O. F., meets
n Fraternal hall every Thursday night.
O. G. Chamberlain, Secretary. .
D. H. Clouirli lias lieen quite lame
with rlieuuiatiwHi but Is nettinir better
Win. Yates, P. M., is authorized airent
for 1 1 newspapers and periodicals
Mr4. D rrance Smith and Mr. 0. E.
' M'loney spent u couple of days in Port
land lat week.
Mrs. D. Clark isselliniroff her house
hold effects and will go to Portland to
make it her borne.
E; H. Pickrtrd, painter and decorator;
estimates gratis; prices moderate; satis
faction iriuuMnteed." Leave orders at
Glacier pharmacy.
Miss Mary Frazier went to Portland
on Monday to prepare for school work
. in the public schools of that city, where
she is a popular teacher. -
Mrs. Nettie Castle, cousin to Mrs.
John A. Wilson, died in Portland,
August 2lKt, of consumption. Mm.
Wilson was with her cousin when she
W E. Williamson of the Rural North
west spent I wo days in our valley last
week. He secured a good many new
subscribers for that favorite farm jour
nal. E. D. Calkins has gone to his ranch
in Klickitat county and will brim;
back with him some of his blooded
hogs to fatten on prunes and other
Mir. lus fruit.
Scott Boorman find family, Otir
Eastman and family, C. 8. Wheele.
arid family and Waller Hull and Hobts
Foley Biaried last week for the hop
; fields of Yakima.
Miss Katie Davenport bejran the fall
term of scbool in the Odell district last
Monday.. The directors of the district
have the money on hand to continue
the school until March 1st. .
Mrs. Bartmess has canned with the
Acme Steam Canner over 100 quarts of
fruit, peas, beans and fish without the
loss of a single jar. Call and see the
fanner at S. E. Bartmess.'
The frame for the new school house
in the Barrett district is up and the
building is expected to be ready tor
school purposes by the 1st of October,
the date set for school to begin.
John Leland Henderson went to
The Dalles on Monday to procure a de
cree of adoption in the' county court
for Frank Noble and wife to adopt
Leon Hopkins, a child four years old.
Uncle Oliver Bartmess, the Isank
Walton of our village, caught 12 sl
nion trout iu Hood river, last week,
which averaged about 2J pounds
apiece. This is no
fish" story, for be
tells it himrelf.
Large numbers
of the small pine
part of the vallev
trees in the lower
seem to lie dving.
Can it be that the
myriads of white butterflies seen work
ing on the trees two years ago caused
their destruction?
Abe Foley returned from the harvest
fields near Athena last week. He met
Henry A. York in Athena, who in
formed him he was about to start for
the Sandwich -Islands to locate and
grow up with the country.
The pain of a bum or scald is almost
Inst'imly relieved by applying Cham
berluln's Pain Balm. It hIso heals the
Injured prts more quickly than any
other treatment, and without the trim
is very severe. d"e not leave a scar.
For stile by Williams & Brositm.
Leslie Burke, nephew of T. C.Dallas,
arrived here lust week from Pueblo,
Colorado, and will make his home in
Hood River. He would like to rent n
smiill farm on which to take his moth
er and sHers. He. is nn industrious
boy, 17 years old, and feeis that he is
capable of managing a small farm.
Mr. Thos. McDonsld, who Is not in
robust health, cret.ted some alarm for
his friends on Monday. . The old vet
eran started out for a' walk at 7 o'clock
1n the morning, and being overtaken
' by M. H. Niekelsen, was hauled out as
far as A. L. Phelps' place, where he
found Mr. Phelps at work in the field.
Mr. Phelps kent him till after dinner
and then hitched up and brought liim
. home.
Canby post had a good meeting on
Saturday. A committee was appoint
ed to act with a like com mil tee' from
the W. R. C. to make arrangements
for a camp fire and to fix the date for
holding the same. Comrades Calkins
and Rigby, under the head of good of
the order, spoke eloquently on inci
dents of the civil war. G. R. Castner
was appointed as aid-de-cauip on the
fttaff of the state department commander.
The O. R. & N. Co. has had a force
of surveyors iu the valley, making
preparations for straightening the road
wesioftowu. The long trestle below
the ice house will be straightened and
filled in. A force of 25 or more Japs
engaged on ttie work are camped near
John Buskirk's house. 'J his worn win
etunlov the surplus teams of Hood
River for some time to come. The big
curve in the road through Hon. J. W.
Morton's ranch will be made straight,
which will necessitate the moving of
one tit his dwelling houses.1
lfiss Alice Cleaver left on Friday last
for her old home at Lafayette.lndiana,
where she exuecis to again 'make her
home. She delayed her start one day
to get to travel with Rev. J. R. Parker
and wile, who are on their way to
Huuiiiigton, Indiana, and all traveled
together as fur as Chicago. Mies
Cleaver will be greatly missed iu Hood
River, where she is so well known and
where' every tody is her friend. A
large crowd of friends went lo the train
to say good-bye and bid her God speed.
Guy Wood worth got a severe fall on
Tuesday in his father's store. He was
waiting upon a couple of ladies, and
while siaiidiiig on the counter reaching
d'iw.1 goods, iiis foot slipped and he fed
striking heuvily on his side on a glass
show case. lie soon recovered from
the hurt, but the glass top of the show
case was badly wretjked. The fall gave
Guy a pain in the side and Sam Bart
mes the job of putting a pauelu the
show case.
The M. E. conference at Pullman,
Wash., adjourned Sept. 5th. Of the
appointments we learn as follows: Dr.
Hincs is appointed professor or Histori
cal theology In Portland university;
rruiik ll. bpjuidiug, Hood River; u.
R. Archer, o.sil; C. D. Nickelsen, Mo
rn; F. L. Johns, Spauldiug Chapel;
Chas Elrey, Wasco; J. H. Woods, The
Dulles: tl. Aloys. KicKelt.iu; tr residing
Elder R. Warner holds over.
Tuesday morning the"' following cel
ebrities went to ('loud Cap Inn: Prof.
Covill, botanist of the depart men t ot
agriculture, Washington, D. C; Miss
Mernaui, an au lioress, who writes on
birds, and who will remain for awhile
i u the valley to gather data in regard
to the buds of the valley; and Prof.
Johnson, the well-known botanist of
Boys are warned not to kill the big
gray squirrels that are coming back
agaiu to muke their homes ju our big
oaks. '1 here is a city ordinance pro
hibiting the nischargeof firearms with
in the city limiis, and some of our
citizens who delight to see these squir
rels disponing on the trees in our
natural p rks have determined to pro
tect them if they have to resort to the
The programme for the opening re
ception to be given by the 8th and 9th
grades of the Hood River school will
consist of songs, recitations, music and
games. Refreshments will be served,
and proceeds will go towards purchas
ing dictionaries for the school. The
programme not being ready tor this is
sue of the Glacier will appear next
The Wasi-o county teachers' associa
tion is now in session at The Dalles.
R. R. Allard, J. T. Neff and Troy
Shelley are ou the programme for the
Pillowing papers: Mr. Allard, "Open
ing Exercises in School;" Mr. Neff,
'Should Corporal Punishment be Abol
ished?" Mr. Shelley, "Reading as
Taught in the Rural School."
Rudy Crudlenaugh arrived this
morning from the Greenhorn district
where he has been speudiug the sum
mer with his father, and will leave in
fe.v days for Eugene to enter the
state university. He will be accom
panied to Portland by bis mother who
goes to San Francisco to spend the wiu-
ler Mountaineer.
A petition wus circulated on Mon
day and numerously signed asking
the county court to annul the fran
chise granted to the Hood River Lum
bering Co. tor the use ot Hood river.
and claiming that said company had
not complied with the provisions of
the contract. ' .
C. M. W'olfard has disposed of his in
terest, ip the store of Wolfard & Bone
to his partners, C R. Bone and Mr.
McDonald. Tuesday he went to work
iu the general merchandise store of G.
D. Woodworth.
Miss Mudge Warren went to The
Dalies Tuesday to attend the institute.
She will afterwards be employed for
awhile in Nickeiseo's book store. Mrs.
W. 11. Bishop is slopping with Mrs.
Postmaster Yates and Mr. George
McCoilisier started on a trip to Lost
lake on Saturday lust. Mrs. Theresa
Castner has charge of the office during
be tf. M.'s absence.
C. Welds, the old and reliable shoe
maker, has reduced h.s prices to suit
he limes and now halt-soles ladies'
shoes for 35 cents and charges only 60
cents for men's.
Hood River badly needs more houses.
Several Iu miles would moveJo towu to
give their children the advantages of
our gooil school if they could rent suit
able houses.
Pickard the painter Is decorating all
he business houses in towu with art
istic signs. 'He is now engaged iu
buildh g a sign for S. J. LaFrauce.
Jf vou ure doing your own cobbling.
don't forget that you can buy your sujj
pdes of Welds, the veteran shoemaker,
cheaper I ha.ii any place in town.
The Rrgulaior Co's new boat,the In
land Flier, is expected to make her
first run lo The Dalles from Portland
tomorrow, Saturday.
The bridge (panning Hood
river had settled some on the east end
uud workmen were engaged Tuesday
iu raising it.
M r. Rooert C. W. Wright, a prom
inent attorney of Portland, m.ide a
tour of Hood River valley ou his wheel
last week.
Dr. M. A. Jones writes that he was
sick and unable lo come to Hood River
on the 5th, uud don't know when he
can come.
Mr. H. Lage has been on the sick
list for a few days witti a bad case of
quinsy, but is convalescent.
Mr. J. Francis Drake was the guest
of Mr. Jos. Frazier Saturday and Sun
day of hist week.
Mr. Geo. T. Prather returned last
week from a visit to his mother at Kan
sas City, Mo.
Chas D. Chambers was In town on
Monday canvassing for Collier's weekly
- Mrs. Geo. P. Crowell went to Port
land Monday for a few days' visit.
Mrs. Phoebe Jones went to Portland
last Saturday morning on t2e boat. .
Mr. Charles Chandler has completed
an addition to his burn 54 feet long.
Mr. B. Warren went to North Ynki-
! ma during the week.
Corn Rubber, 4 l-2c per lb!
The Glucose Sugar Refining Co. will soon issue a circular an
nouncing it will sell rubber made from corn at 4jc per pound. Bos
ton Duily Record.
.With rubber made from corn and shoes made from paper, it
would l harder than ever to pilot a successful shoe business.
Corn rubber may be all right, but PA PER SHOES NEVER1
WE DON'T HANDLE THEM! We have good shoes at sur
prisingly low prices, much better than you would expect for the
nioney. Also have the best shoe that money can buy, such as
MAYER'S SCHOOL SHOES prices higher in $ $ $ and c c c,
but cheaper in fact; and Rich's Julia, Marlowe's, none better made.
Would like to C-U-B-A customer of
Miller Bros, are about through bal
ing hay for the season. They baled
over 200 tons on the West Side, an i
John Hinrichs has baleJ about the
same oti the East Side.
Mr. B. F. Shoemaker returned last
Friday from a trip to Salem. He vis
ited the hop yards in Marion county
and says hops there are not a good crop
this year.
Miss White of Cromley, Or., a grad
uate of the state university, has been
selected to take charge of the 6th and
7th grades of the Hood River school.
A. H. Cunning and wife, Miss Nellie
Wickham, Charles Stri.nahan and Tom
Bishop went to the hop fields in the
Willamette valley last week.
Miss Annie Frazier will return to
Portland lo attend school, after spend
ing her vacation on the farm. i
To Cure Cuii.4iimt.UMi 1-orever
Talco Casoiirets Ciindy Cathartic. lOoorESa.
Tf C C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund inoiioy.
Modern Woodmen of America.
Hobson Camp, Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica, has been organized In Hood Kiver by W.
F. Gregory of Portland, with 17 charter mem
bers. The following officers were elected:
Dr. M. b Btiaw, venerable consul; C. L.
Auble, worthy adviser: Rev. J. W. Jenkins,
excellent banker; O. P. McFall, clerk; E. T.
Wlnans, watchman; George W. Mitchell.chief
forester; L. G. Pyatt, sentry; H. G. Wyat.t, es
cort: Dr. P.M. Shaw, camp physicii.n; Dar
win Bradley, deputy. Managers W. H. Mc
Coy, W. 8. Crapper and F. B. Barnes.
This order is In years old and has a member
ship of 32.i,000. Two assessments have already
been skipped during 1898, making only ten for
the year. Assessments run from 40c to 55c per
$1,000 Insurance.taking irwrnembers from the
ageB of 18 to 45. This Is one of the best frater
nal and Insurance orders in the world. Any
one wanting cheap and safe insurance, togeth
er with the fraternal benefits, cannot do bet
ter than to Join the Modern Woodmen of
America. For admission apply to any mem
ber of the camp or to D. Bradley, camp dep
uty. Cost of joining, either beneficial or so
cial, examination included, $j.2o. Camp
meets every Saturday night.
A Member of Hobson Camp, No. 5657,
M. W. of A.. Hood Biver.Or.
Services at the Congregational church next
Sunday. The pastor will preach at It a. ra
on "God's Lessous from the Sea" A vacation
suggestion. C. K. meeting at 7.80 p.m.; Sunday
scbool at 10 a. m.
Rev. Wm. Hoskins and Miss Bertha Arm
strong were married at Bridal Veil, Aug. 9th.
R. O. Evans has completed his new business
block In Stevenson.
Mrs. L. H. Adams went to Cloud Cap Inn
Sunday and will return tomorrow, and re
main with her parents here for a week before
returning to Portland.
Rev. Frank Spaulding will be here in time
to All his appointment in the M. E. church
next Sunday.
No-To-Bao for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
men strong, blood pure. 50o, tl. All druggists.
A Mighty Swimmer.
John Leland Henderson yesterday
received a letter from an attorney In a
town down the river, iu which it is in
timated that his challenge to swim for
a forfeit will be accepted. The writer
Your swim has been the talk of this
towu. Many doubt it and think no
man could stand the cold water of the
Columbia so 1 tig. . But the people
here have a dislike for water '1 bey
seldom go near it. The merchant here
and myself have been iu the Columbia
almost, every day during the summer;
but we will willingly, give you your
deserved honor, as neither of us could
make it across the , river. However,
we have a mighty swimmer in the per
son of a 210 pound Kanaka squaw, who
is a ''mermaid" iu the water, with
long, raven-like hair; she swims with
out trunks, and is at' home in the
water. When told of your excursion
on the Columbia, said she could beat
you, etc. Most of the boys would b;tck
her up. Sue says you heap "wa-wa,"
but you cannot swim so far.
The Hood River Public School.
To the students, of the several dis
tricts of Hood River valley who have
completed the standard common
branches and desire lo pursue a higher
course will be offered the opportunity
to take up the following studies: Alge
bra, rhetoric, general history, liook
keeping, physical geography, geom
etry and natural phiiosophy. Thiscom
prises a two years' course, with the op
tion. of taking penmanship and spelling.
Students who complete the first year
of this course will lie admitted to the
State Agricultural College at Corvallis
without further examination and full
credit will be given for the work done
Those who complete the two years'
course will be adiuittud to the State
University at Eugene and the "Slate
Normal at Monmouth without further
examination and full credit given for
work done.
For further Information apply in
person or write to R It. Allard, Prin
cipal, Hood River, Or.
llenuty Is Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean- skin. No
beauty without it. C'asearets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion bv taking
Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
In Portland, Sept. 1, 1898, Mr. F. E.
INewby and Miss Helen Davenport.
In Hood River val'ev, Sept. 8, 1898,
Richard tiibbons, aged HI years. Fu
neral today (Friday), at 2 o'clock iu
Valley Christian church.
Educate Tour Itnwals With Caicarets.
Candy Cathartic cure const I nation forever.
10c, 25c. If C. C. C. fall, druggists refund money.
Joe Backus returned to Hood River
on Wednesday. He has been engaged
iu shipping horses to Klondike and
has "been up as far as Dyea.
Mrs. F. C. Brosiusand Estey and
Florence went to t'he Dalles ou l ues
day for a visit of a few days.
September 1, 1898, I closed my
books and hereafter will sell only for
cash. 1 can buy cheaper for cash and
therefore can sell cheaper tor cash.
Successful business men always pay
cash and save trouble. Quick sales
and small profits at the cash store and
ou always get-your money's worth.
Butter and eggs taken iu exchange
tor goods at highest market prices.
Chas. L., Copple.
Now that Tou are Putting Up Fruit
The following letter will be of interest.
The preparation mentioned is sold by
Williams & Brosius:
Belvidere, HI., May 14, 1897. Dear
Sir: Some time ago I sent you a glass
of jelly that had paraffine wax on top
of it. My wife used wax last year to
cover all her jelly and with the best re
sults. It is a good deal quicker to ap
ply than paper; also keeps the ielfv
from molding and growing tough ou
top. As you noticed, this ielly I sent
you was as soft and nice nn top as at
the bottom, and if it had been covered
with paper it would have been tough
and leathery and very likely moldy.
Our mode of application is to pour
about i inch of melted wax over the
top of the jelly and set it away for use.
The glass 1 sent you was between 9 and
10 mouths old. J. S. Joslyn.
A Critical Time. '
- The packers at the battle of Santiago
de Cuba were all heroes., Their heroic
eflorts in getting ammunition and ra
tions to the front saved the day. . P.E.
Butler of pack train No. 3, writing
from Santiago de Cuba, on July 23d,
says: "We all had diarrhoea in more
or less violent form, and when we land
ed we had no time to see a doctor, for
it whs a case of rush, and rush night
and day to keep the troops supplied
with ammunition and rations, but
thanks to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, we were able
to keep at work and keep our health;
in fact, I sincerely believe that at one
critical time this medicine was the in
direct savior of our army, for if the
packers had been unable to work there
would have been no way of getting
supplies to the front. There were no
loads that a wagon train could use.
My comrade and myself had the good
fortune to lay in a supply of this med
icine for our pack train before we left
Tarn pa, and I know iu four cases it ab
solutely saved life." 1
The above letter was written to' the
manufacturers of this , medicine, the
Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines,
Iowa. For sale by Wiilianis & Brosius.
The New Mill
Will not advance the low prices for pretty
dishes and all kinds of stationery that you
will and on sale at my store. .
Land Office t The Dalles, Oregon, Aug. 20,
I8B8. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler ha. filed notice of his Inten
tion to make tinal proof In support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Register and Receiver, at The Dalles,
Oregon, on Wednesday, Octobers, 1898, viz:
Of Vlento, Homestead Application No. 4053,
for the northwest southwest south V.
southwest , and lot 4, section 81, township 8
north, range 10 east, W. M.
He names the lollowing witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
James M. Chitty of Vlento, Oregon, and
H. Prigge, R. J. Ellis and J. O. Eastman of
Hood Kiver, Oregon.
a2S0 , JAY P. LUCAS, Register.
General Land Office. WimhWinn n r
May 27, 181)8. Notice Is hereby given of the
following Executive Order, restoring certain
lands in the Cascade Range Forest Reserve to
settlement and entry: "EXECUTIVE MAN
SION, Washington, D. C. April 29, 1898. In
accordance with the provisions of the Act of
June 4, 1897 (30 Stat., So), upon the recommend
ation of the Secretary of the Interior, the west
half of Township one South, of Range ten
Easli Willamette Meridian, Oregon, within
the limits of the Cascade Range Forest Re
serve, is hereby ordered restored to the public
domain, after sixty days notice hereof, by
publication, as required by law, it, appearing
that said tract is better adapted to agricul
tural than forest purposes. WILLIAM MC
KINLEY." The above lands will bo snblect
to entry at the United States Land Office, The
Dalles, Orejton, on and after October 17. li98.
Uinger Hermann, Commissioner. alisll
For Drugs, Drug Sundries,
Patent Medicines and Toilet Articles.
Also, Paints, Oils and Wall Paper.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. ' v
I have opened a choice lot of Groceries In the store room formerly occupied by the Hood
River 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.
w 9 a m it m mm)
Successor to E. L. Smith Oldest Established House in the valley .J
IDr37" G-oods, ClotIrigy
Flour, Feed, Etc., Et5.
Kitchen Furniture,
Pruning Tools, Etc.
We have a new and complete stock of hard
ware, stoves and tinware, to which we will
keen constantly adding. Our prices will con
tinue to be as low as Portland prices.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty
Planet Junior band and horse
Studebaker Wagons.
Canton Clipper chllle8dteaeid
Plows & Cultivators,
All styles and sizes.
For Repairs
Give me a call.
Extra Shares
and Plow Parts
Always In stock.
Harbison Bros., Prop'rs,
Manufacturers of
Oral Lmte
Dressed and
Flour, Feed and all kinds of cereals ground.
Whole Wheat Graham
a specialty.
Is now located In Portland, at 113 Russell
street. Will make regular trips to Hood
River on the first of every month and remain
three days.
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
(Successor to Dr. Morgan)
All Calls Promptly Attended
Office up stairs over Copple's store. All
calls left at the office or
residence will be
promptly attended to.
Attorwy-al-Law, Abstracter, Notary
Public and Meal Jbstale 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.
Pasture for Stock.
On and after Aug. 15th I will take a limited
umber of horses and cattle to oast lire.
Horses, $1.50 per head per month; cows. SI per
head per month. I will not be resDonsiblefor
any kind of accidents or losses.
ata j, w. MORTON.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. -
United States Land Office. The Dalles. Ore-
?on, Aug.Z3, 1898. Notice is hereby given that
n compliance with the provisions of the act
of congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for
ttie sale ot timoer tanas in the states of Cal
ifornia. Oregon. Nevada and Washington
Of Hood Kiver, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, has this day filed in this office his sworn
statement No. 126, for the purchase of the
northeast of northeast of section No. 21,
in township 2 north, range No. 9 E W.M., and
will offer proof to show that. the landsoughtiR
more valuable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his
ciaim w hhiu iana oeiore tne itegister ana
Receiver of this office at The Dalles, Oregon,
on Saturday, the 2!!th day of October, 18D8.
tie names as witnesses: rrea Kantz. Frank
Davenport, B'red Hutz and John Nickelsen.all
of Hood River, Oregon, f
Any and all persons cl lining adversely the
above-described hinds requested to file
their claims in this office on or beiore said
2!)th day of October, WS.
aa,c28 JAY P. LUCAS, ResUter.
- - - - OREGON
THE- -
I1U1 UUiiU VA.
Navigation Co.
Through Freight and
Passenger Line.
All Freight Will Come Through
Without Delay.
Leave The Dalles.... ..8.45 a. m.
Leave Portland.... 7.00 A. M.
One way , fl 50
Bound trip 2 50
Freight Rates Greatly
General Agent.
Time Schedules.
Fr'm HOOD RIVER1 Aruivk
i I
Salt Lake, Denver,!
10:41 p.m.
4:23 a.m.
r i. worin,i.miaii,
Kansas vtiy. Mt
Louis, Chicago
and the East.
Walla Walla, Rpo-j
. Flyer
4:45 p.m.
7:45 a.m.
Bt i-aui, jDuiutn,
Milwaukee, Chi
cago and East.
Dalles local
Dalles local
daily ex.
t-:4'i p.m.
dally ex.
10:45 a, m.
12:45 p. m.
4:08 p.m.
8 p.m.
Ocean Steamships
4 p.m.
All sailing dates sub
!eet to chancre.
For San Francisco-
Sail Sept. 1,6,11, 16,1
64, 03.
7 p.m.
iTo Alaska-
5 p.m.
Sail iSept, 17.
Columbia Rivee
8 P.m.
Ex. Kunday
4 p m.
10 p.m.
To Astoria and way
Willamette River.
6 a.m.
4:30 p.m.
Oregon City, JNew-:i;,1,iHV.
Ex. Sunday
ueig.r-Hiem K way
Willamette ats-di p m
Yamhili, Kivi!Kfl.!M(Jlli 'we'd.
7 a.m.
Tuo. Thur.
and Sat.
auu way lauuings.
6 a.m.
Willamette River.
Tues, Thur. Portland to Corval- Tues Tlnir.
and Sat. I lis& way landings. n'nd St'
4:P0 ,m.
Ly.Riparia. ' jl.v i.ewisrn
1:45a.m. Snake River, ' .. , ,i i.
daily ex.Sat. Riparia to Lewiston ex. Friday.
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or
E. B. Clark, Agent, Hood River.
Skin Diseases.
For the sneedv and Permanent enre of
tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham
berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is
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 ninnies, itchinar Diles.
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
granulated lids. .
Dr. CnUv'a "Yimllflor. PoWlnva tnr
horses are the best tonin. Mood T.nriflnr
and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by
Forsale by WiHiHms & Jtr'-fjr..
Plymouth Rocks.
Young fnll-bloortcd Plymouth Rock Rmi.
terx for ale ut K) centa ea.h; they viil wore "0-
il , MRS. A. J. 11.1SB, ,