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siooi Itiver Slacier.
FHIDA Y, FEBRUARY 3, lS!)i).
Th mall arrive, from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesday, anil Saturdays; do
pari i same days a noon,
for Ciianowotli, leave alH A. M. Tuesdays
ami Saturdays; arrive hi t) I. M.
For White Salmon leaves aaliy at I P. M.;
trrlvcs at (I o'clock P. M.
From White Halinon, leaves for Kulila, (tu
rner. Trout Lake ami Ulenwoo Mondays,
Wednesday, and Friday..
Laurel l!ebeknh Peeree Lndire. No. 7. 1. O.
O. K,-MtH Dim and third Mondaya In each
month. MIIS. rUHl.V II A II ILLY, N. U.
O. ti. Cmamukiu.aIn, HeereUiry.
ClllltlV PoMf. Nn. IlL ti I mf.fa ut & (I
U. W, llall, tlrsl Saturday of each montli
t2o'cloek p. in. All (i. A. H. iiittnibcix in
vited to meet with us.
It. . II H.L, Commander.
T. J. CUNNINO, Adl'HHIlt.
Can by W. It. ('., No. 10, meets flrat Saturday
of euch inonih In A. (). IT. W. hull, at i p. in.
Mr, (i. P. CRoWELL, President,
Mra. Ursula Dukks, Noeretary.
Hood River Iiodnu, No. Ic.", A. F. and A. M.
Meets Saturday evening on or before each
full m-Hn. I!. F. DAVIDHuN', W. M.
D. McDonald, Secretary.
Hood River Chapter, No. 27, H. A. M.
Meet, third Friday utuht of earli month.
K. L. SMITH, II. I'.
(1. E. Williams, Secretary.
Hood River Chapter, No. 25, O. E. S. Meets
Saturday after each full moon.
Mrs. I'.VA IIAYNEH, W. M.
O. E. Williams, Secretary.
Olcta Assembly. No. in:i. United Artisans.
meet, second Biid fourth Monday nights of
each innntii at fraternity null. Kiotuersahd
sister, cordiully Invited to nn et Willi 114.
A. I'. U.lTEHAM, M. A.
8. 8. Gray, Secretary.
Wuucoma Lodge, No. SO, IC. of P., meets In
A. O. U. W. Hall on every Tuesday night.
(J. W. (II1AUAM, C. C.
O. T. Prather, K. of K. & 8.
Riverside Lodge, No. 8, A 0. 17. W., meets
first ond third Saturdays of eneh mont n.
O. T. 1'llA THKlt, M. W.
J. K. Watt, Klniineier.
H. U HowK, llecoider.
Idlnw.ldo t,odge, No. 107, 1. O. O. F., meets
In Fraternal hall every Thursday night.
0. B. 11 A 11 LEV, N. O.
H. J. HlBDAUD, Secretary.
BRIEF LOCAL MAI'TEIW.
Tliut 50 cent shirt.
Money to loan on real estate by
Joiiv L. Henderson, ngt.
Dr. Benjamin, dentist, will he In
Hood River again on Suturday, Febru
ary 4 1 ti .
Oilell district has voted to bond t lie
district for f 1 ,000 to build a new school
Mists Ethel Woodivorth, who hnst
been visiting In Sherman county fur
t e imst three weeks, returned Louie
Mil". Geo. Fttx Is spending a couple
of weeks with her parents ut White
T lie strong wind Monday night blew
down thevunl fence ill front of (Jeo.
Mrs 1'. F. Fouls of The Dalles spent
lust week in Hood River, I he guest of
Mrs. C. A. Hell.
Clyde T. Bonney received a drove of
oice-lookiiiK hogs from The Dulles
W. H. Cole, now living in Portland,
Is v.-itinif Hood Kiver mid expects tti
again make his home here.
Mr. Jas. FeaU of I.innton, Or., was
In Hood It ver last Friday, to utteud
the t'umri'l of hN sister, Mis. Cox.
Miss Bertha Diekason of Peoria, III.,
t spending the winter at Mt. Hood
w ih her sister, Mrs. II. W. Wait.
See those extra heavy Mt. Hood over
tills made to order expressly for
Bo .k & McDonald.
Fredenhunt Bros, are gettinu out
SOJ.OOO feet of saw logs for Totnlinson
Bros, saw mill at Mt. Hood.
Hee the prices ot S. E. Bartniess in
another column. He Is bound to nell
us low as you can purchase anywliere.
Warren Miller moved with his fatii
ilv to Vierito, on Tue.duy, wliere he
will work for the Oregon Lumber Co.
E. II. Picknrd,puintcr and decorator;
estimates gratis; prices moderate; satis
faction guaranteed. Leave orders at
Mr. D. Bradly, deputy head consul
for Wasco county of the Modem Wood
men, of America, organized u lodge ut
Viento last. week.
The firt flowers of spring have made
their appearance. Wild heliotropes
were gathered on Twin Oaks farm last
Sunday, January 21lih.
The directors of Crapper district have
decided to run an eight months' school
lining this year and have re-engaged
Mr. Hoyl Green us teacher.
The Hood Itiver schools were dis
tressed last Friday us a mark of respect
to the late Mrs. Cox; Mr. Seaman Cox
being a member of the board f di
rectors. 8. K. Bartmess says, get posted on
Portland prices and come nod see him;
says he will meet those prices if he has
to' give you the stutl' and throw in a
Mr. Jos. A. Wilson started Saturday
morning for Seattle, where he sailed
on the steamer City of Seattle for
Alaska, and will make the trip to
C. L. and L. E. Morse have a con
tract for furnishing 2.000,000 feet of
logs for the Davidson saw mill of Hood
Itiver. The logs are now being cut on
the White Salmon river, seven miles
from its mouth, and will be floated
down that stream.
W. H. Goodwin, from Grand Island,
Nebraska, arrived in Hood Hi ver, Mon
day, with a carload of household goods
and several head of live stock. lie is
the father of Mrs. Hobt. Thurnian of
White Salmon, and has come to make
his home either at White Suluion or
Hood Hi ver.
Solon C. Bramwell died at Kansas
City, Mo., in his 83d year. He was
born at Vernon, Ind., in 1815. He wss
the first agent of the old Madiso-i & In
dianaKlis railroad. He was engaged
ill mercantile pursuits for many years
in Madison, Cincinnati, O., snd at
Franklin lnd. He located in Kiinsas
City in 1K(7. Deceased was an uncle of
Mrs. L. Henry of Hood Hi ver.
At the special school meeting In Mt.
Hood district a tax of 15 mills was
voted, and the directors were authorized
to borrow enough money to comolete !
the new school building after the Nxes j
levied for the past two .vcmts have U-en
exhausted. A building 20 by 33 feet j
will be erected, and L. 1). Boyd has
taken the contract to build the house ;
for $142..r)0 The new-school hoine j
iiheadv hns the furniture uiuiahylo;
Iate black-board. " J
The funeral of Mrs. Seaman Cox, last
Friday, was largely ultemled by friends
of deceased and sy mpathi.ing neigh
bors. On the way to the church the
funeral cortege stopped at the residence
of Rev. J. T. Merrill, where Mrs. Hir
wood, a Sister of deceased, who was loo
sick to leave her lied, was allowed to
view the remains by the pall-beaiers
taking the collin to Her bedside. Hev.
Frank Spaitlding preached an eloquent,
sermon in the M. E. church, alter
which the burial took place in Idle
Mrs. W. J. Baker st.irled, Wednes
day morning, to hiing the children to
school in the sleigh, but on the way
collided with an oak tree and broke the
tongue off the sleigh. Miss Pansy con
cluded to walk, und al'lcrwuid Mr.
Baker rigged up siiufts und brought the
other children in a one horse alcl,!i.
Mrs Baker, who is no novice at driv
ing a double team, was Hot altogether
to blame for I he accident. The leiim
had been out in ull the rain of the duy
lie fore and the lines had be come some
The contractors begun work Tuesday
ut noon on the grading for the railroad
switch for the Davidson mill company,
on F. 11. Button's place. This wotk
will require piling and grading and
will cost $7,000. One hundred and
thirty-eight piles will be driven. The
pile-driver arrived here Sunday from
Heppner Junction. It Is expected that
about 50 men will be employed on the
M. P. Isenberg, doorkeeper of the
house of representatives at Salem, sju'tit
Sunday in Hood Kiver. He says' the
reason our delegation Morton, (jess
ling und Isenberg don't come home
together is that they all stop at the
same hoarding house, and if ull were to
leave at the same time the landlady
would want to collect her bill.
Mr. J. H. Gerdes, who was severely
injured on the 2lnt of lust October by
being struck with ties jumping from
the Hume, has so far recovered that he
inn get uhout with the aid of a crutch.
Hi; walked lo town last .Friday. The
tight side of his right, leg, from the
knee down, seems paralyzed and he
has but little use of that leg.
('apt. P. S. Davidson and son have
written from their home in Wisconsin
tiiat they will be in Hood Itiver Feb.
10th, and will be ready to make u start
towards building their mill just as soon
us the side trucks are completed. Their
mill machinery is ready for shipment,
and only awaits the construction of
It pays to advertise. An Iowa girl
advertised for a husband and uot him.
The advertisement ami wedding tlx
tures cost $!). Within a year he enlist
ed and was killed ut Santiago, leaving
his widow $!i,000 insurance. She will
in addition draw a widow's pension
ami live happily the rest of her days.
H. W. Wait brought down from Mt.
Hood, last Friday, a loud of Hen Davis
and Baldwin apples from Fred Good
fellow's orchard 011 the Fouts place.
They were bought by the Davidson
Fruit. Co. fr$l a box for the Buldwlus
and 75 cents for the Ben Davis.
Mrs. P. Spangler bus taken charge of
the little bube only two weeks old left
by the death of Mrs. Seiinmn Cox.
the little one has found a kind and af
fectionaie mother, one who is to be
commended for her self-sacrifice and
charity in the hour of need.
The voters of Pine Grove school dis
trict, ut toe special meeting last Satur
day voted to build a school house to
cost $1,000 and levied a tax of 0 mills.
The district advertises to borrow $500.
This is a good investment for any one
having money to loan.
H. H. Hichmond's barn at Mt. Hood
was broken down by the weight of
snow, two weeks ago. The barn was
filled with hay, with carrots in the
basement. Neighbors turned out and
helped him save his produce, und there
was very little lost.
Hev. Chris Niekelsen and wife re
turned to their home ut Moro, last Fri
day, after spending a couple of weeks
with Me. jMckelsen's parents at iiel
mout. Chris, unfortunately, contract
ed the grippe and was laid up most of
the time while here.
Mrs. S. A. Kuapp, of The People's
Store, left Monday for a month's visit
in Portland. Before returning she will
look up the latest etlects 111 millinery
art for spring und summer, and select
a stock tor opening early 111 .uurcli.
The special school meetings in the
dillerent districts in the valley voted
taxes as follows: Barrett, 15 mills;
Pine Grove, 0; Crapper, 4; Mr. Hood,
15; Hood Hiver, 14; Frankton, 8; Klon
dike, No. i'S, 15 mills.
A surprise party und dance were
given at tlie residence of Mr. and Mis.
Frank Cuddy last Friday night. About
twenty were present, a good supper
was spread, and uu enjoyable evening
Regular meeting of Can by Post and
Relief Corps tomorrow. The matter of
holding exercises on Lincoln day will
be talked over, and a good attendance
Prof. Asarod and son, from Port
laud, went out to their homestead
claim ut Mt. Hood lust week, where
they will rusticate for two or three
It is said that David Wishart of Mt.
Hood lost four horses with blind stag
gers, and that Orville Knox lost one
and bus another sick.
Rev. J. W. Jenkins wa9 at Wasco,
where he was to have preached next
Sunday, when he was called home by
telephone by tiie death of his son.
The timbers for the new bridge across
the East Fork, above Winuns, ure all
gottui out und it was intended to raise
the bridge last Tuesday.
E. D. Calkins is going into the poul
try business and lias sent to Portland
for some thoroughbred Light Brumah
The high water in Hood river during
the late freshet washed away the foot
log above the old toll bridge.
Miss Catherine Sinnoit is attending
alive months' term of school at St.
Mary's academy, The Dalles.
The Davidson Fruit Co. has rented
the old Oregon Fruit Union warehouse,
now owned by E. B. Clark.
Loslie Welds brought in the first
bouquet of purple iris, wild flowers,
Dr. Benjamin will again visit Hood
River February 4th und remain but
Mr. a:id Mrs. N. C Evans were visit
ing in 'Portland during the week.
The White Salmon hills were capped
with snow I'ues.lay morning.
XwargfGot Tailor Sliop.
This is a big tailor shop. Imagine a firm of tailors occu
pying a lloor space of 123,000 square feet two and three-fourths
Once upon a time this liiilor shop was not so large, but it
grew because It gave the people good goods and perfect fits at
low prices, and then the people made this tailor shop large, un
til it is the largest in the country, perhaps in the world. '
Perfect fitting Is here Insured, because this concern uses tho
famous Hotirgeotis Fitting System exclusively. B its use every
garment Is tried on an automatic form, which Is an exact du
plicate of the customer, being mmle from the measurements
mill descriptions given on the order sheet. This makes tho
Fine Suits to Order, $0.55 and Up.
We show nil the latest styles of reliublo woolen over 350
styles. Come und see them and have your meusure taken care
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
Strauss Bros.. America's Leading Tailors, Chicago.
January 2(ith the following olllecrs
weie installed in Idlewilde lodge No.
107. I. (). O. F., by Installing Olticer,
H. J. llihhard: 6. B. Hurl lev, N. G.;
Perry Mct'iory, W. G.j II. J. Hibbiird,
R. S.; J. II. Ferguson, treasurer: R. E.
Fewel, W.; C. J. Outehet, R. S. of
N. G.; Bert McCrory, L. H. ofN.G.;
John Wvies, R. S. of V. G.; J. H.
Crosby, L. S. of V. G.; Win. Tillett,
O. (..; K. J5. Bartmess, I. G.
' Mr. Jas. L. Gordon of Kiugsley has
purchased house und two lots known
astheDelk property, and will occupy
the same with his family, March 1st.
Mr. Guidon was formerly of Sherman
county and is un acquaintance of G. D.
Woodworth and family.
' Mr. Jacob Dienes of Portland Is vis
iting friends ut Mt. Hood.
Lost A good heavy pairof buckskin
gloves. Finder will please returu to
Rev. J. W. Rigby.
J. II. Gerdes made a trip to The
Dulles last Saturday.
Those new 25 lb. sacks have come
and next week we will be ready to sup
ply every store in town with our whole
wheat, grnhiMii in both 25s and 50s.
Remember, that while it is made out
of plump, selected winter wheat only,
the price is as low us the best brands of
common white Hour. Don't eat shorts
and other stock feed put up as graham,
when a genuine, fresh, wholesome
article can lie obtained fora few cents
extra. It may save your life.
Hood River, Oregon.
After two or three weeks of spring
like weather n change came Tuesday
night, and Wednesday morning our
citizens found a howling blizzaid, rat",
iug, with three inches of snow on the
ground und I lie thertilometer down to
17. There was a drop of 20 degrees in
the thermometer between 9 o'clock
Tuesday evening and 7 o'clock next
morning, something very unusual for
Hood itiver. We probably got the tail
end of the cold wave that has been
chilling everything east of the Rocky
mountains, where in Kansas the mer
cury ranged way below zero, und fur
ther nort h as low as H5 below. A strong
east wind kept up ull day Wednesday,
with fine particles of snow flying in tiie
air. The weather sharps were made
happy. They had been predicting this
while others enjoyed the spring-like
weather while it lasted, and they could
wear a smile as broad us Dallas's, the
plumber, when saying, with a chuckle,
"I told you so." Water pipes refused
to do duty till doctored by the plumber,
uud Dallas was kept smiling all day.
Thursday The thermometer 'at 7
o'clock marked 12 degrees above zero,
the coldest morning of the winter.
This Is ground-hog day, and the sun Is
shining brightly. It is hoped that
tiiere will not be enough of the ground
hog to make a shadow after the hard
The Sick and Convalescent.
Abe Foley is sick with la grippe.
Piter Jochimsen is seriously sick.
Ralph Savage of Belmont is on the
Edith and Helen Smith are under
the doctor's care.
Mr. B. Warren is recovering from a
severe attack of la grippe.
Walter Hull, who has been down
with pneumonia, Is convalescent.
The little son of Ed Williams has
been quite sick during the past week.
The little daughter of J. J. Gibbous
is recoAeriug from an attack of pneu
monia Mr. R. II. Howell was sick in bed
four weeks with pneumonia, but is
again on the streets.
Mr. Chapman of Camas Prairie al
most amputated his hand while split
ting wood. A large artery was severed,
which caused much hemorrhage. Mr.
Chapman was brought to Hood River
and is in the care of D". Shaw.
Killed a Cougar.
Mr. W. R. AVinuiis killed his seventh
cougar, or mountain lion, Thursday of
last week, at Green Point, on West
Hood river. Mr. Winans got on the
animal's trail and found where he had
killed a deer and was dragging it to his
lair. He had no difficulty in following
the tracks in the snow, and soon found
his game up a tree. He came up with
the cougar sooner than he expected,
and when he saw him in the tree the
animal's big eyes were gleaming ut
him, while bis tail played like that of
a house cat's when ready to spring
upon its prey. A center shot between
the eyes brought him to the ground.
He is the largest cougar, Mr. Winans
says, he ever-Killed. His weight was
i;botit 250 pounds and his lengili 11 feet
from tip to tip. He was an old settler.'
aim nis ears were torn in slireas, snow
ing that he hud been in m any battles.
Jim Crow, an old Indian hunter, says
he has seen the same cougar many a
time and is glad he is dead. Mr. Wi
nans will sud the skin lo a Portland
furrier uud have it made into a rug.
In Hood River, January 31, 1S0!1, to
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rand, a daughter.
Mrs. Chrisie Ann Gellispie Rand,
wife of Robert Hand, died at Good Sa
maritan hospital in Portland, Sunday,
Jutuary 20, 1800, aged 0:1 years.
Deceased was born in New York
state where she lived until eight years
old, when her parents moved to Elk
horn, Wisconsin. Alter a residence of
eight years there' her parents moved to
La Crosse, in the same state. It was
there, September 24, 1850, that she was
united in matrimony with Mr. Robert
Hand, her now sorrowing and bereft
husband. In 1880 the family moved
to Iowa, where they resided four yeurs,
coining to Hood River in 1884. Seven
children were bom to this happy union,
two of whom died in the stale of Wis
com.iti. William, J. E., Mrs. Etta
Rahm, I). E. and Ernest mourn a lov
ing mother's departure. Mrs. Rami
was not a memlier of any church, but
her life wat a perpetual und beautiful
unfolding of the Chirstian virtues.
She was most highly respected und
deeply loved by a large circle of friends
and acquaintances. The bereft husband
und Sorrowing children und relatives
have the warmest sympathy of the
In Hood River valley, January 31,
S!i!l, of la grippe, Melvin, infant sou
of Rev. and Mrs J. W. Jenkins, aged
7 mouths and 25 days.
Funeral was held from the residence
yesterday, ut 10 o'clock, Rev. J. L.
Hershner conducting the service.
Burial in Idlewilde cemetery.
Mrs. Mary Ann Chamberlain, late
of Hood Itiver, who has been stopping
temporarily at Athena with her son,
Orange G. Chamberlain, died at that
place, January 2S, 18!)!), of heart, failure.
l)eceased maiie many friends in Hood
River who will be pained to learn of
her death. She was the mother of O.
G. Chamberlain, Mrs. J. W. Wilkinson
of Athena, and a son living in Klick
itat county, Wash. Mrs. Chamberlain'
was a pensioner, her late husband hav
ing beeii a soldier in the Mexican war.
There will be preaching in the Valley
Christian church next Sunday at the
Congregational. Services will be
conducted next Sunday ut 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor service at 7. p. ni.
A welcome to all who come.
The subject of the sermon at Odell
school house next Sunday, ut 3 o'clock,
by the pastor, Rev. Troy Shelley, will
The following citizens of Hood River
have been drawn as jurors for the Feb
ruary term of circuit court, commenc
ing Monday, February 13th: E. E.
Lyons, A. J. Graham, .1. J. Luckey,
F. H. Button, H. J. Hibbard, Tims.
Bishop, Wm. Haynes, J. J. Gilfbons,
C. Deihmaii, W. R. Winans, Jesse
Hay for Sale.
I have a car of Hay on track and will sell
very rrnxnnnhle lor cash only. Huy before
ei nutfe. and storage expenses are added.
C. R. lit INK.
tA Desirable Home.
V t sale. Four acres, one In strawberries;
bi wiim fruit trees; plenty of water for Irriga
(U n. Located near Frankton Rruded school.
I'riee reasonable for cash. 1. C'( UtbKS.
School District No. 7 wants to borrow $."00.
Apply t" JOHN MONKtlE, School t;lf rk.
For Sale. Apply lo T. It. COOV.
Eggs for Hatching.
Huff Wyandotte, t for 1.1. Also, a few
common hens for sale at Scents.
a K. V.. HAVAGK.
At a Bargain.
Some fine frnlt land near tow n. Including
spring of MO gallons per minute, and other
water rights. T. K. COON.
Plymouth Rock Eggs.
Thoroughbred Barred Plymouth Rock eggs
for sale at . Vic lor l;i. Come and see the hens,
or leave orders at the post ollice.
a MKS. A. J. RANT".
Poland China Boar.
A thoroughbred Poland C ina boar lor ser
vice; also, young pi::s for sale,
ft W. AdJNGEHLANP.
Notice is hereby givei. that the ordinance
relating to do-' will be enforced fi.wn x'ais
dale. K. S. Oi.IMil-.R, Marshal.
Ujod River, February :l, IKW.
On this space, as it belongs to
bone & McDonald,
And you will find something now
Ml II THE GLACIER PHARMACY,
I hae opened n choice lot of Orocerle In the store room formerly occupied by the Hood
Kiver 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.
C. L. COPPLE.
Successor to E. L.Smith Oldest Established House la tho vallej,J
Flour, Feed, Etc., Etc.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON
ISnlt Lake, Itenver,
I t vvorth,i iniaini,
Kansas City. St
and I lie East.
Walla Walla, Spo-
St Paul, Dululli,
cago and East.
For San Francisco
Every live days.
Coh'mhia River I 4 p.m.
To Astoria ana way
Willamette Kiver. I 4:: p.m.
0 a.m. Oregon city. New-Ex-Sunday.
Ex. Sunday herg.Saleia & way.
Wn.T.AMRTTK AND 8:30 p.m.
Yamihi.i. Kivkhs. Mon, Wed.
Oregon City.Daytonj and Frl.
and way landings.!
Willamette River. 4:H0.m.
Portland to Corval-Tues., Thur,
lis way landings.) and Sat.
f Lv Lewist'n
Ssake Rivkr. 15:45 n.m.dal-
daily ex.Sat.'Klpnria to Lewlston ex. Friday.
W. H. HriU.lit'liT,
Gen'l Puss. Agent, Portland, Or
E. R. Cl.AKK, Agent, Hood Itiver.
DALLAS & SPANGLER
- DEALERS IN-
STOVES AND TI11WAEE
Truiiing Tools, Etc.
We have a new and complete stock of hard
ware, stoves und tinware, to which we will
keep constantly adding. Our prices will con
tinue to be us low as Portland prices.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty
I-arec assortment of nil
kinds ol' nursery tlin-l;..
St-wl for Cutalnz.
H. C. BATE-HAM,
Hood IiIVkk, Ok.
Has nothing to do with tho
Hut wan put here to attract yonr
attention for a moment so that
we could Inform yon that t lie
place to buy your ltliUUS Is
N. CLARKE, Proprietor,
Eight Years F.xpcr knee.
" REGULATOR LINE."
Through Freight and
DaiW Miss id Portland
All Freight Will Come Through
i i r i . . . i r i
Leave Tlie Dalles.
H.4-1 A. M.
7.(10 a. si.
One way $1 f0
Round trip o0
Freight Rates Greatly Reduced.
W. C. ALLAWAY, General A vent,
THE DALLES, -- OREGON
Are You Interested?
TlieO. R, fc N. C'o's new book on the He
sources of Oregon, Washington and Idaho is
being distributed. Our readers are n ij nested
to forward tlie addresses of their l-.astern
friends and acquaintances, and a copy of ti e
work will tie sent them free. This Is a mutter
ALL should be Interested In, and we wool. I
ask that every one take an interest nnd to ward
such addresses (o W. H. Ilurlhurt. (ien-
j eral Passenger Agent, O. 11. A- , ( 'o.. Port hind.
jJT.itj.u ton i'uih,iuatio..
Land Office at Tlie Dalles, OrA-on. .tan. ti!,
I8WI. Notice is hereby given that the (oll... -ing-named
seltler has Hied notice ot his inlet -lion
to make linal proof in support ol I a
claim, nnd that, said proof will be u.ni'.e b. -lore
the Hciflsier and Receiver, at I be lia'.lcs,
Oregon, on Tuesday, March 7, 1111, vix::
ANSON E. CURTIS,
of Hood River, Homestead Application No.
5021. for the east northeast southwest '4
northeast and northwest, I4 s"u!innsi, 't
sect ion III, township 2 north, range IIN a:t,W..l.
lie names tlie I'ollowln; witnesses io jnos
his continuous residence upon and cuiltvu
tion of said land, viz:
Mrs. Ilatlie Hansen, II. A. Hacked., Harry
Brown and E. Lyons, all of llood Liver, tin.
J27in3 JAY P. LUCAS. liefiisier.
NOTICE 1'OIt l'UBLICA l IO."
Land Office at Tlie Dalles, Oregon, .fan.
L'i. isl'll. Noiice is hereby given thi.i. ti.e following-named
wttier hiia filed novice of bis
intention lo make final proof In support of hia
claim, and that said proof wlli be made b-More
the Register and lbs-eixcr at The Dalles, Ore
gon, on Saturday, March 1, lSiiii, via:
Of Hood River, Homestead Application No.
7U:i7. lor the east northwest , and lots I and
2. section ill, township 2 north, ruuge 10 east.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous resilience upon mi l cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
L. '!'. Winans, llood River, Oregon; John
Rusklrk. Tlie Dalles. Oregon; FianU ; Nei'aiid
M.O. Wheeler of Hood Itiver, Oreeon.
j-rm.l JAY P. LUCAS, K-'gister. .
A 2 or 3-year-old bay mare coll; while spot
In toiel.ead and white spot on nose. Noii.--.iod.
Owner is untitled to come .'uul take n'r awey
aui pay charges JiillN Uo;i-;ius,
j My blacksmith jOmjji, l1 nil Ins from fnwn,
j on Hmm1 io;ul. i nnin oh.t !r lumins.
Will lit' glltU UJ llJ-Vt 111 V )It CilSloJOtTtf.
I J.' u. a. huw ell.