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3ood Iiver Slacier
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1899.
Th mall arrives, from Mt. Hood at 10 o
. clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de-
pans ne same aays at noon,
for Cnenoweth, leaves at 8 A. M. Tuesdays
ana saturaavs; arriveH ai Sir. M.
For White .Salmon leaves atlly at 1 P. M.
trrlves at 6 o'clock P. M. .
Prom White Salmon, leaves for Fnlda, Oil'
mer. Trout Lake and Olenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Kriaa vs.
Laurel Rebekah Degree Lodge. No. 87, 1. O.
O. K Meets first and third Mondays In each
month. M R8. FLORA HARTLEY, N. U.
O, (i. ChambeblaIn, Secretary. .
Canby Post, No. IS, G. A. R., meets at A. O.
U. W, Hall, nrst Saturday of each month
at 2 o'clock p. m. All U. A. R. members In
vited to meet with ns.
1. O. HILL, Commander.
: T. J. Cunning, Adjutant.
Cnnby W. R. C, No. 18, meets first Saturday
or eacn montn in a. u. u. w. nan, at c p. m,
Mrs. G. P. C HOWELL, President,
Mrs. Ukhuxa Dukes, Secretary.
Hooil River Lodee. No. 105. A. P. and A. M.
Meets Saturday evening on or before each
run moon. ti. r. uaviuoujs, w. in.
D. McDonald, Secretary.
Hood River Chapter, No. 27, R. A. M.
Meets third Friday night of each mont h.
E. L. SMITH, H. P.
G. E. Williams, Secretary.
Hood River Chapter, No. 25, O. E. 8. Meets
Saturday alter eiicn mil moon.
Mrs. EVA HAYNES, W. M.
G. E. Williams, Secretary.
Oleta Assembly. No. 103. United Artisans.
-meets second and fourth Monday nights of
each month at Fraternity nail, iiroiliersana
sisters cordially invited to meet with us.
A. P. BATEHAM, M. A.
8. S. Gray, Secretary.
Waucoma Iodge, No. SO, K. of P., meets in
A. O. U. W. Hall on every Tuesday night.
G. W. GRAHAM, C. C.
G. T. Prather, K. of R. & S.
Riverside Lodge, No. B8, A O. TJ. W., meets
first and third Saturdays of each mont h.
G.'T. PRATHER, M. W.
J. V. Watt, Financier.
H. L. Howk, Reeo' der.
Idlew.lde Lodge. No. 107, 1. O. O. P., meets
la Fraternal hall every Thursday night.
O. B. HARTLEY, N. G.
H. J. Hibbard, Secretary.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
That 60 cent shirt. . .
. Irrigators, read the water notices.
Hay for sale by J. H. Shoemaker.
' Fresh Eastern oysters at the Racket
Store. . .. , '
February, having two rs, is the best
month in which to eut oysters.
. Money to loan on real estate by
John L. Henderson, agt.
Dr. Benjamin, dentist, will be at the
Mt. Hood hotel tomorrow, I'eb. l 1th;
" J. T. Neff is it The D tiles, as mem
ber of the teachers'- examining board.
Mr. O. A. Bell returned Sunday from
an 'extended visit to his old home in
J. B. Hunt wns called to Ontralia,
VVaHhington, last Friday bv the sudden
death of his tinier, Mr.. C. E. Hamilton.
E. H. Picknrdjii.inter and decorator;
es'im-ite.i .gratis; prices moderate; satis
faction guaranteed. Leave orders at
Glacier pharmacy. .
Tne Glacier is Indebted to Capt.
Dukes for Manila papers, (lie Dily
American of Uember 25t.h, ?8tli and
31st, sent home by his .son Maltie.
8. E. Bart mesa - says, get rosted on
Port laud prices and come arid see hiiii;
ayn he will meet tiio-w prh-es if be has
to give you the stuff and throw In a
ohronio. , .'
George and Henry and Miss DeMoss,
.r , iiu1hihi. fuiniiir u,,n nun
Mb Davis of the same troupe,- visited
Rev. J. T. Merrill and family during
river, the Hist part of the week, made
considerable notee, and the crauuchinn
rear was heard on t lie banks below
town some distance from the river.
. Rev. J, VV. Jenkins will lecture this
Friday evening at Barrett whool house
on the subject of the panisli-Americau
war. He will introduce his stereooti
can views, containing between 50 and 60
Mr. E E. Bavnge has no reason to
coinntaiu of t lie work of his hens during
the present bard winter. He has the
celebrated Buff Wyandotte breed and
has been getting from 12 to 16 eggs a
day fioni twenty hens.
A blackbird came to Postmaster
Yates' flock of chickens when tile late
cold weather set in and has been there
ever, since, picking up wheat when
they are fed and taking to their quar
ters on the roosts at night. -
During thelate cold snap ice formed
on I lie Hay lies hill grade, caused by
water flowing down the wauon track.
J. W, Forliesand Mr. Forsjth came up
the erade with a team and waiton,
Monday, and found it necessary to un
hitch and draw the empty wagon up
bv baud. ' ' At this same point Abe
Foley's team went off the grade several
years ago, caused by the horses sliding
on the ice. :
Rev. J. VV. Jenkins will deliver his
lecture on the Spanish-American war,
with stereoptican veiws, at A. O. U.'W,
hall, In Hood Biver,. Wednesday, eve
ning, February 15th. This lecture lias
been delivered'iu different parts of the
vallev and has met with good success
Mr. Jenkins has obtained sfiecial views
for his lecture in Hood Hiver and the
earne will tie interspersed with songs
by local talent. See bills for further
The calendar which the Davidson
Fruit Co. have sent to each of their
customers is a perfect gem of art. The
original painting from which the pic
tare was reproduced by color photogra
phy was exhibited in the tine aits
building at the Trans-Mississippi ex
position in Omaha and was generally
considered the finest fruit paiuiing in
the- exhibit. This painting of red
raspberries affords a splendid example
'of the value of color photography in
reproducing fruits and .flowers iu nat
Canby post held a good meeting last
Saturday, with Commander Hill in
the chair and all the officers present
except the junior vice. Officer of the
Div Blowers was installed into his
office. The quariermaster's report was
so encouraging that the post reduced
the annual dues, from $1.50 to (1.
Comrade Calkins spoke in favor of (lie
post taking some action towards the
observhin-e of Lincoln's birthday. A
committee was appointed and was in
structed to cull on Rev .LL. Hershner
and ask him to give a sermon on Sun
day, February 12th, in the Congrega
tional church, .commemorative of
Liueoiuv - ... .....
Ice in the lake below town has not
formed as rapidly during the late cold
snap as it did during the previous one,
when a considerable quantity of ice
was put up by Capt. Winaus. -,. He
commenced airal-i to DUt ud ice on
Wednesday last. The ice on the lake
has been full of blow holes caused by
accumulation ot gas, and tor that re
oon it is thought the ice does not form
so readily. The gas from these holes
iu the ice, when ignited by a match,
will burn for some time, giving forth a
strong blaze. E. T. Winaus got his
hand burned recently while igniting
one or these natural gas Jets. it is
thought by some I bat a stratum of coal
underlies this country and that natural
gas wells' could be struck by boring for
them, wiiile others tnluk tne gases
come rrom decaying vegetation
Mr. J. N. McCoy was stricken with
paralysis at his home in the valley
early Tuesday morning and he lies in a
critical condition, uuaoie to converse.
This is bis second stroke, the previous
one haniiening in Portland December
281 li last. The stroke at that time was
much lighter. His son John and
daughter, Mrs. : Milton Odell, -were
called home. At last accounts he was
better and resting easy, but unable- to
i Coyotes became very hungry and
bold during the' late cold snap. Last
Sunday one of these hungry, hunters
was seen strolling through the orchards
ot Mr. i". It. Austen, looking for apples.
Mr. Aosten, standing on nis tront
porch, took a . shot at him with his
nne ana made nun one tne dust or
rather: the beautiful' 'now. It was a
good shot, and the proprietor of Old
Indian Gardens feels proud of his
marksmanship, as well he may. ...'"
Monday moining W. H. Perry met
witn a painful accident while splitting
wood. A piece of wood bounded up
and struck him on the leg, just iielow
tne Knee, wlilcn nus lain him up ever
since. He cannot walK or bear ins
weight on his foot. It is to be hoped
thai it will not prove to be . anything
W, A. Slingerland carries in his
pocket an ingenious piece of his own
pt'ork, a dove-tailed splice, that is hard
ror anyone to see now it was done.
Ask him to show you the piece we
can not desci'ibo it; : But don't ask
him how it was done, tor he'll never
tell you. .
W. J. Baker brought in a gallon of
his liest cider and treated the crowd at
the Mt. Hood hotel, yesterday morning,
including several strangers who came
to look atier apple lauds. '
Detizcr and Graham have nut ud
about 35 tons of the finest quality of
ice. It was cut from the pond just be
low -the - Hood River Manufacturing
Owimr to sickness. Dr. Beniamin was
unable to till his. dales in H'od River
last week, as advertised. " He will be
here Saturday, February lit h. : ;v
A Close Call.
Tuesday evening last; Harry Hans-
berry, the mail carrier to-. White Sal
mon, and John McCoy and Charley
Morse had a narrow escape from losing
iliier lives in crossing he Columbia to
ibis side. They were in a small boat.
and the east wind was blowing a gale.
I'he river was full of slush ice and it
would have been hard to have made
head way through it without wind. The
waves. were roiling high 'and the hoat
kept: dipping -water faster than Mr.
MeUov: cotil'l bail it out. - The waves
ami spray, dashed all over them and
troze-to their clothing and covered it
with a glare of ice. When about two-
tbirds of the way across the liver they
halloed to the Indians on this side,
who came out in a good strong boat
The gorges of ice in the Columbia Vd rescued them. Mr. McCoy says
I hey could not have held out more
than 10 or 15 minutes longer and were
nearly perished with cold. Mr. Hans-
berry brought his small boat In alone
and had five inches of water in it
when he landed. It was an experience
that none of them wish to encounter
agai n . "
' The Weather.
The coldest weather of the winter
has been experiended since our last
issue. Friday morning last the ther
mometer went down to 4 degrees below
zero, and for the three mornings fol
lowing it was about the same. .Tues
day morning it moderated and snow
fell to the deptli of six Inches. Before
night a strong Chinook was blowing
over head, with a down stream wind
and the thermometer at 25 aiiove zero.
Everything was covered wilh a glare
f, ice Wednesday morning, but tiie
sun came out and the snow and ice
kept falling from the trees all day.
.sleighing was, good Tuesday and not
bad Wednesday. Thursday morning
he thaw is still with us, with good in
dications of the chiimok striking in
the valley. There is lime enough yet
for strawberries to ripen in April.1
- The Sick and Convalescent. '
S. H. Cox's little daughter, Esther,
who has been quite sick with pneu
monia, is greatly improved, j
Mrs. Montgomery is in a critical con
dition with lung complication.
MinS Carrie Copple is on the sick list.
Mrs.' J. W. Jenkins and daughter.
Lucy.1 are recovering from a recent
illness. '.- .
The Boys Are Grateful.
The following has been received by
Mrs. A. Wihuns of Hood River:
Manila, P. I., December 26, 1898
My Dear Mrs. Winans: 1 am very
grateful to you for the can of peach
pickle. I never tasted any that were
superior to them. The; boys appre
ciated the nice things that came from
Hood River very iri'ich. May God
bless all you people for what you have
done for the soldiers.' Yours truly,
Capt. J. M. Poouman.
ULisurgrest Tstilor Sib-op-
This is a big tailor shop. Imagine a firm of tailors occu
PJ'lng a floor space of 123,000 square feet two and three-fourths -.
acres. :-5::: . - '
Once upon a time this tailor 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 the
' famous Bourgeous Fitting System exclusively. Bv itsuseevery
garment is tried on an automatic form, ' which is an exact du
plicate of the customer, being made from the measurements
and descriptions given on the1 order sheet. This makes the
clothes fit. . i
Fine Suits to Order, $6.55 and Up.
We show all the latest styles of reliable woolen over 850
styles. Come and see them and have your measure taken care
v fully by - - - - " ,V . ..
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
" " " . ' - '' REPRESENTING ,
Strauss Bros.', America's Leading Tailors, Chicago.
Latest from Manila. I
Washington, Feb. 8. The war de
partment today received the following
dispatch: , j
Manila, Feb. The situation is
rapidly improving. ; A raoohnoisance
was made yesterday to the south sever
al miles to Lagunade bay,' and to the
southeast eight miles, our troops driv-
tig the straggling Insurgents before
them.. The troops in various directions
encountered no decided opposition.
The native army is disintegrated and
the natives are returning to the villages
displaying white flags.
Near Caloocan, six niilea north of
here, the enemy made a stand behind
entrenchments, and were "charged by
the Kansas troops led by Colonel Fun-
ston. There was a close encounter, re
sulting in the rout of the enemy with
heavy loss. The loss of the Kansas
regiment was Lieutenant Alford killed,
and six men wounded. . '"
On the 4th Aguinaldo issued a
proclamation charging the Americans
with having taken the initiative, and
declared war. On Sunday he issued
another, calling on his followers tp re
sist foreign 'in vasiou.- HIS influence
throughout this section is destroyed.
He now applies ' for a cessation of - hos
tilities and a conference. I have de
clined to answer, r ".'"'.''
The insurgents' expectation of a ris
ing in the city on the night of the 4th
was unrealized. The provost marshal-
general, with the achnirable disposition
of his troops, defeated every attempt.
The city is quiet..' Business has been
resumed. The natives are respectful
and cheerful. The fighting qualities
of American tro ps are a revelation to
all the inhabitants. Otis.
" A reception was tendered Rev. C D
Nickelsen and bride by the ladies and
other, citizens of Moro at the opera
house Tuesday night. The reverend
gentleman is deservedly . popular
amongst all classes in the communi'y,
by reason of his untiring efforts in the
interests of his Mas' er, whom lie has
so faithfully served since his advent
here. His zeal and energy have given
Moro a acred edifice which is not sur
passed for beauty or size in any city in
Oregon of equal pretentions with Moro.
After a' well rendered programme and
the serving of a dainty lunch the en
tertainment was brought to a close
will) a few well chosen and appropriate
remarks by Rev. Nickelsen.. Moro
1 Obituary. -Julia
Ida Cox, nee Feak, was bom in
La Crosse county, Wisconsin, February
, 1850. About- 10 years later she
moved with her parents to Iowa where
she was married to Seaman Cox in
October. 1877, and with the exception of
a short time n Kansas, (hat state was
their home until they came to Hood
River early in 1885. Mi's.. Cox died in
Iter home in Hood River January 25,
1899. She leaves six children, the eld
est a young lady of 16 years and the
youngest a bat of seven days. Raised
n a linsuan home, troiu her child
hood she has enjoyed a clear faith, and
since her youth has tieeu an exemplary
member of the M. E. ' church from
whose altars the funeral service took
place, and on Friday, January 27, the
remains were laid to rest in Idlewilde
cemetery. The st ricken husband with
his family have the sympathy of the
entire community. '.., , '
Bertha May Johnson was born in.
Walnut, Iowa,.May 26, 1871. ' 'The
family moved . to Nebraska in 1875
where they remained four years and
made tbeir home in Montana until
they came to Oregon in 1883. While
living iu Sherman county she ' was
converted a.nd joined the M. E. church,
of which site remained a consistent,
member until her death" She came
with her parents to Hood River in 1892 :
and was married to Jason Rand Octo
lier 24, 1893. ' . For some time past she
has suffered Intensely j" and was taken
to the Good Samaritan hospital of
Portland for treatment in hopes that
her life might be spared. Everything
possible was done but to no avail; She
was patient in suffering, resigned in
full view of coming dissolution and
triumphant in death. She leaves a
husband, two children and many
friends who mourn her loss,,.;;, Mrs..'
Rand died at the hospital February 4,
1899, and the remains were buried in
Idlewilde cemetery February 5th, the
funeral taking place from the M. E.
church.' .'-.' -' ' -"
Rev. J. L Hershner has accepted the
invitation of Canby post, G. A. R, to
preach a sermon - commemorative of
Lincoln on Lincoln day, Sunday, Feb-,
ruary I Hi li , at 11 a. m in the Congrega
tional church. The ladies of the Relief
Corps will solicit the different church
choirs for music. An invitation is ex
tended to all the other churches to
join in this service. - - : -
Christian Church Services. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Preaching at 11 a m.
and 7.30 p. m. Junior Endeavor at 5.
p m. Endeavor at 6.30 p. m.
Plan of services of the M. E. cburch
at Hood River and Belmont - ' '
1st Sundays Hood Kiver.morn and evening
2cl Sundays Belmont merning, Hood River
3d Sundays oood River morning and even
ing; Belmont, morning, by J. H. Feak.
4th Snndays Sunday scliool and Epworth
league at Hood River, evening service at
BeluWAt. ' - '''- "
i From Klondike, Or. '
t Klondike, Or., Jan. 30. Editor
Glacier: A 15 mill tax was voted in
this district, No. 43, at the special
meeting January 26th.
'Fannie E. Hillstrom is building a
chicken house, 12 by 18, with six win
dows. Site will try giving the liens
light and see if they will do better
work. Her father is engaged making
a grub puller.
Some years ago Senator Dolph intro
duced a bill in the senate to have town
ship lines opened 60 feet wide, but we
are not sure that it became a law. Can
some reader give the information?
- A man with a Simonds saw and
Glacier handle (forked oak stick) is a
sure master over the log.
The horse disease is still here. -'.'
That old gtizzly is working wonders
in this district. His tracks can be seen
afier the snow is gone, but we'll catch
him by the paws before 1900 is gone.
There is always some one too cruel to
animals, and they are left out in the
Storm. It seems to me if a cow or
horse is worth its bell it ought to be
worth a little feed. But it may be the
bell is put on so that the carcass of the
animal can be found after it has starved
to death. ; .,
If you know a man with a family
looking for laud to settle on, tell him
to come to me. I will show him a
piece. J. P, Hillstrom.
" "' Bora. :. '":
In Hood River valley, February 4,
1899, to Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Howell, a
Card of Thanks. . .
To the many friends whoso kindly
assisted during the last illness of my
beloved wife I desire to express my
gratitude. .May kind friends be found
in their hour of need, as were found in
mine. 8. H. Cox.
Ci - AT LaFRANCE'S.
Eggs for Hatching.
Buff Wyandotte, S3 for 15.
E. E. SAVAGE.
U. 8. Land Office. Tlie Dalles. Oregon. Jan.
81, 1899. Complaint having been entered at
this oliice by Warren Cooper against Thomas
A. Conner for abandoning his Homestead En
try, No. 4550, dated Oct 2, 1802, upon the north
northeast i and north northwest 4 sec
tion 31, township 1 north, range 10 east, .V.M.,
in Wasco county. Oreiron. with a view to the
cancellation of said entry, the said parties are
nereoy summoned to appear ai imsoiiice on
the 5th day of April, 189, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
to respond and furnish testimony concerning
said alleged abandonment.
; f!0ml7 JAY P LUCAS, Register.
Came to Paradise Kami, last November, a
pale red heifer, 2 years old next spring. No
marks or brands. Owner can have same by
paying charges. f 10
Water for 1899.
The directors of the Valley Improvement
Co. will meet at the office of Geo. f. Prather
on Saturday, February 18th, at 9 A. M., for
tne pur pose or making contracts ror water ror
1899. All persons desiring water are requested
to be there at that time. Prices same as last
year. By order of the Board.
, ;; ,- W. H. BIS HOP, Secretory.
For the construction of five sections of flume
on the Prigge ditch will be received up o
noon February 18tn, 1899. Specifications can
be had by applying to the secretary. Board
reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
' ' C. E. MARKHAM, Secretary.
O '.f .
XpjJllcations for water from the WatrrSup
ply Company of Hood River Valley for 1899
must be Hied with the secretary before March
l.:J8i)9.- C. E. MARKHAM, Secretary.
"United States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, Jan. 27, 18H9. Complaint having been en
tered at this office by Hiram J. Hess against
William J. Hallitleld for abandoning his
Homestead Entry, Mo. 4429, dated June 3, 1892,
upon the southwest V section 8, township 1
south, range 10 east, w. M., in Wasco county,
Oregon, with a view to the cancellation of said
entry, the said parties are hereby summoned
to appear'at this office on the 23d day of
March, 1899, at 10 o'clock a. m , to respond and
furnish testimony concerning said alleged
f 10m 17 JAY P. LUCAS, Register.
School District No. 7 wants to borrow $500.
Apply to JOHN MONROE, School Clerk.
At a Bargain.
, Some fine fruit land near town, Including
spring of 60 gallons per minute, and other
water rights. - T. R. COON.
Plymouth Rock Eggs.
Thoroughbred Barred Plymouth Rock eggs
for sale at 50c for 13. Come and see the hens,
or leave orders at the post office;.
f3 MRS. A. 3. RAND.
Poland China Boar.
s - '
A thoroughbred Poland C Ina boar tor ser
vice;, also, young pig for. sale.. ...... .
' ft " W, A. SLINGERLAND.
On this space, as it belongs to
bone & Mcdonald,
And you will find something new
i , ... ".- Has nothing to do with the '"
- But was put here to attract your - " '
attention for a moment so that ,- . .
we could inform you that the " ,'
place to buy your DRUGS Is ' i. .
THE GLACIER PHARIVIACY,
: CHAS N. CLARKE, Proprietor,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
. 'Eight Years Experience.
-. : y.;i
I have opened a choice lot of Groceries In the siore room formerly occupied by the Hoo4
River Pharmacy. Will also deal In Flour, Feed, etc. ....... . .
' Our troods are all new and choice, and we will aim to keep the best at all times.. Oaicfc
sales and small profits will be our motto. Come and see us. .
C. L. COPPLE.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. L. Smith Oldest Established House In th valley. J .'
.' DEALER IN ' , ' ' ;'. '
-T - r-L.a VST a4"W S m''
-. - '- " "' . AND ' ' -';' ''r,. ..
- . . f ., -. j. .
: Flour, Peed, Etc., Etc. y
HOOD RIVER, - -' - - - OREGON
Dbpabt Fr'm HOOD RIVEH AERIVB
. 10 p.m.
Salt Lake, Denver,
Kansas City, St
and the East.
Walla Walla, Spo-
St Paul, Duluth,
cago and East.
For San Francisco
Every live days.
To Astoria and way
0 a.m. Oregon City, New-
Ex. Sunday berg.Salem & way
Wilt. a mettr and
and way landings.
Portland to Corval
lis & way landings.
- 6 a.m.
Rlparia to liewiston
. Fast .
lanfl & As
Through Freight and
Daily M. Dalles nl Porllaii
All Freight Will Come Through
Leave The Dalles......:........ ...8.45 a. m.
Leave Portland.......... 7.00 A. li.
PASSENGER RATES. V
One way , .....fl SO
Round trip.. 2 $0
Freight Rates Greatly Reduced.
W. C. ALL AWAY. General Airent,
THE DALLES, OREGON
Are You Interested?
The O. R. & N. Go's new book on the Re
sources of Oregon, Washington unci Idaho is
being distributed. Our readers are requested
to forward the addresses of their h.ast;rii
friends and acquaintances, and a copy of the
work will be sent them free. This is a mutter
ALL should be Interested In, and we would
ask that every one take an interest and for
ward such addresses to W, II. Ilurlburt. Gen
eral Passenger Agent, O. R. & N. C'o.,PortlanL
, and Sat.
6:45 a.m. dal-ex.Frlday.
W. H. HUItLBCJRT.
' Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or
E. B.'CtARK, Agent, Hood River. - '
DALLAS & SPANGLER
'. '- ,'-';: . DEALERS IN
Pruning Toole, Etc.
We have a new and complete stock of hard
ware, stoves and tinware, to which we will
keep constantly adding. Our prices will con
tinue to be as low as Portland prices.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty
Large assortment of all
kinds of nursery stock..
Send for Catalog. ,
H. C. BATEHAM,
Hood Rivkk, Oil." '
,., NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ,
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Jim: 21,
iSHO. Notice is hereby given that the follow
lng-named settler has filed notice of his . Intel. -tion
to make final proof In support tit Ma
claim, and that said proof will be miulc 'br
fore the Register and Receiver, at Toe Dalle.
Oregon, on Tuesday, March 7, 181)9, viz::
' .-: ANSON E. CURTIS,
of Hood River, Homestead Application No.
5021, for the east northeast i4, southwest U
northeast and northwest 4 southeast 1 j,
section 19, town.shlp2 north, range lOcast.W.M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz: -
Mrs. Hattie Hansen, 11. A. Hacked. (lurry
Brown and E. Lyons, all of Hood River, Ogn.
. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.,;
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Jan,
21, 1899. Notice is hereby given thai the-following-named
settler has tiled notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made bolbro
the Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Ore
gon, on Saturday, March 4, IStiS, via: . ;
Of Hood River, Homestead Application No.
7037, for the east northwest and lot 1 and
2, section 81, township 2 north, range 10 east,
W. M. '
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
E. T. Winans, Hood River, Oregon; John
Buskirk, The Dalles, Oregon; Frank Neffand
M. O. Wheeler of Hood River, Oregon.
Jz7mg JAY P. LUCAS, Register.
A 2 or 3-year-old bay mare colt: white spot
In forehead nnd white spoton nose. No brand.
Owner is notified to come and take lipr uwiiy
and pay charges. JOHN ROGERS,
My blacksmith shop, miles from '
on Mt. Hood road, is again open for bu
-Wlll'be glad to meet my-rtld -natoine
ji! - ; G. . Ho