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(ood Iiver Slacier
FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1900.
BBIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Lund, plaster at Bartruess'.
Tents for campers Rt Lartmess'.
If vou ship with the Union, get your
:rate"s at the Box Factory.
Lost An upper false plate. Finder
will please leave at Glacier office.
Buv your magazines and periodicals
a'. Bradley'B Book and Stationery store.
Byrkett's butter at Bone & Sic Don
ald's every Monday morning. Leave
y our orders.
Those oing the Valley Improvement
Co. for water can pay at the bank and
et their receipts. .
A Japanese, on his way from La
Srande to Portland, died in a box car at
the depot last Friday.
All of block 7, Parkhurst addition, one
of the slghUiest blocks on the hill, for
tale by Geo. T. Prather. Price $325.
Lost On the Belmont road, near the
Pierce place, a tail-gate of a three-seated
hock. Finder please return to Mt. Hood
Hon. J. S. Bradley, a noted demo
cratic speaker of Texas, will address the
citizens of Hood Ptiver this evening, at
A match game of base ball will be
p'ayod in Hood River next Sunday, at
i!:3U p. m., between the Vancouver and
Hood River nines.
Dr. F. C. Bro3ius has returned and
can be found In his office over Williams
& Brosius' drug store, betw een the hours
of 10-11 a. m., 2-8 and 6-7 p. m.
Geo. T. Prather has 83 acres of John
Sweeney's place for sale. This land is
well watered. 2 miles from town, and
must be sold in the next 25 davs or the
price will be put back to $500. Sow $300.
Feed and flour will always be furnish
ed by Rand & Stewart at lowest market
ratejB. Bran, $12 per ton ; bran and shorts,
f 13 per ton ; Shorts, $14 per ton. Pea
cock flour, 75c sack ; Dalles Diamond,
At a meeting of the common council
Tuesday evening, Bell introduced an or
dinance amending ordinance 21, in re
pa rd to liquor licenses. The amendments
cbnge the license fee from $1,000 to
$300, and allow licenses to lie granted
upon the petition of twenty legal voters.
M. Willis presented the GtACiEB-with
a lovely bouquet of roses and sweet peas.
This is early for sweet peas, but Mr.
Willis has them in perfection. He
plants the seed in the fall.which he says
is the right time to sow the seed for this
Mrs. Chas. Hubbert, of Dilley, and
Mr. Fred Mallett and two children, of
Portland, arrived in Hood River by
Tuesday's boat, and will visit a few days
v.i:h the families of John and E. R.
Bradley. Mrs. Hubbert is a sister of E.
Robert Deunsmore of Mosier was in the
valley Mondav. Mr. Deunsmore was
first in Hood 'River 27 years ago. He
was surprised to find the changes
here and the productiveness of our soil,
which at one time, before we got irri
gating ditches, he considered worthless
for any kind of farming.
Buy your crates and boxes at the Hood
River Box Factory. They are the best
to be had, are the right size, have the
beat and smoothest hallocks, and are
MADE IN HOOD RIVER. Support
the factory. It makes prices low and is
a convenience to the fruit growers.
Davidson Fruit Co., proprietors.
Strawberry pickers were scarce for a
fe.vdays last week and this. But In
dians in great numbers have since come
i l. and now the growers are well sup
plied with good help. Of the numerous
hoboes that gathered here very few
could be induced to work longer than to
obtain enough to get.a square meal.
The Camera club of Portland and
their friends, to- the number of 300 or
'100, came to Hood River last Sunday iE
a special train on the O. R. & N. Many
of the excursionists brought their lunch
baskets and lunched in the groves near
town and strolled through the country
Thpv wpre n welLhehaved oartv of ex
cursionists, and Hood River will be glad
to see them come again.
W. P. Watson Inst Friday brought to
the Glacier office a bouquet of hand
some flowers, and among the lot was a
rose that is a world record-breaker. Th
rose is a Paul-neron, and measures seven
inches across. Mr. Watson is very suc
cessful in the cultivation of flowers, and
his beautiful gardens are the admiration
oi all who come -to Hood River.
Since the above was put in type
lit. watt brought in, on Tuesday,
mse ot the same variety that measures
1 inches. It is perfect in form and a
T. II. Johnston, republican candidate
lomt senator, was in town Monuay.
Mr. Johnston is engaged with hi;
brother George in merchandising at Du
fur. Thev are also farmers, and con
duct one of the largest and most success
ful wheat farms in Wasco county. They
cnltivate about 1,700 acres, and their
wheat crop never goes less than 40 bush
f-iij to the acre, .tarly in the spring
their land is plowed and then cultivated
to keen the weeds down through the
eummer, and in September the land is
seeded. They never fail to have a good
growth of wheat that protects the roots
m winter, and their grain never freezes
Last Saturday a horse belonging to C.
C. Massiker caused a lively stir among
the settlers along Neal Creek. Mr.
Massiker stopped at G. D. Boardman's
house on an errand, and had hardly
alighted from the wagon before the
horse broke awav and headed for home
at full speed. It ran down the road past
i'ioneer Mills, distributing beans, bar
rels and boxea all along the route. When
the outfit eliot past H. Hennagin's place,
Mr. H. promptly mounted a horse and
. started in pursuit. Ho overhauled the
r inaway above Frank Stanton's, over
t miles from the starting point, and
stopped it by seizing hold of the bridle
yoin, while riding alongside. The dam
age done to the vehicle was slight, but
several dollars' worth of groceries and
other supplies were nearly ruined.
II. J. Ormsby, of Black River Falls
Wisconsin, special agert of the post
office department, inspecting and inves
tigating rural free delivery mail routes
fspent Saturday and Sunday in town, the
gupstothis old friend, K 11. Button
While here he drove over the mail route
and found it a success in all particulars
excepting as regards the boxes. The only
requirement of the. government is that
ll patrons shall have a suitable metal
box to protect their mail. Mr. Ormsby
instructed the postmaster to notify all
patrons of the route, of the requirements
4 the government, and provide the
ooses, and to refuse- the service to all
who refused to pay for and place the
metal box to receive their mail. It
eeerns as though all who are benefitted
by rural free delivery would take pride
!Bmeeting so small a requirement. To
a foreigner driving through cur valley
and noting the soap boxes, raisin boxes
t almost any kind of a box put out ct
4ae places, it would look as though the
united States was about to go into tank-
The recital of elocution and music,
under the direction of Mrs. Louise
Boyden, late of San Francisco School of
Music, assisted by the Hood River Or
chestra, Chas. N". Clarke, J. R. Nickel
sen, and Nola Atterbury (a pupil), will
be given in the Congregational church
at 8 o'clock p. m June 5tli, instead of
June let, "na previously announced. Mrs.
Boyden comes to our city bearing the
highest testimonials ns an elocutionist of
rare merit and a teacher of music.
Those assisting her on the programme
are among Hood River's most promi
nent musicians, and the entertainment
promises to be of much interest to lovers
cf the literary and musical. Admission,
adults, 25c, children 15c. Tickets on
rale at Cole & Graham's and at Clarke's
A bear called upon Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Cunning at their house on their home
stead, Edgemont, one night last week.
Mrs. Cunning was about to step out of
the door, when she noticed a black ob
ject not ten feet away, sitting under a
cherry tree enioying a light repast on
scraps from the table. She called her
husband, who boldly Btepped to the
window and looked out but could see
nothing. Next morning bear tracks
were plainly visible around the house.
F. B. Allard got in from the mines at
Mt. Hood last Thursday. He brought
along some samples of gold-bearing rock
from Peter Felthausen's Big Bend mine
on the East Fork of Hood river. The
samples, which assay from $0 to $70 to
the ton, can be seen in the Glacier of
fice window. There is great wealth in
the fruit and timber resources of Hood
River, but some day the output of our
gold mines may exceed all other products.
Republican speaking was held Mon
day evening under the auspices of the
Hood Kiver Kepumican ciud. ouage
M. L. Pipes of Portland was the princi
pal speaker. Hon. J. N. Williamson
and T. H. Johnston also spoke. A. S.
Roberts, Capt. Blowers, Robt. Kelly,
A. E. Lake, C. L. Phillips and J. B.
Goit were present and occupied seats on
the stage. M. T. Nolin of The Dalles
made a speech in which he eulogized the
S. E. Bartmess returned from the hot
springs at Sprague, Monday. He found,
while there, that he was afflicted with
rboils instead of rheumatism, tie was
greatly benefitted by his trip and says
me springs re neipimj many luvunua.
The accommodations, however, are poor,
and guests at the hotel have to put up
with many inconveniences.
C. L. Copple. candidate for assessor
on the democratic ticket, returned home
last Friday from The Dalles, where he
spent several days in a quiet canvass.
Knowing ones among his mends at ine
Dalles consider his chances for election
good. He will attend the picnic at Du-
fur May Slst.
I have for sale the beautiful place of
K. M. Hunt, 14 miles southwest ot town
Hood Kiver. it contains 3$
acres. House, Darn, water, trun trees,
berries, two horses and wagon, and all
the farm implements included in the
sale. Price $700. Inquire of Geo. T
M. A. Cook went to Shaniko last Fri
day. He has engaged to build a house
for Jas. E. Hanna at that place. Mr.
Hanna traded his property at the corner
of Fourth and River streets, in Hood
River, to Capt. Davidson for lumber.
The dance at the armory this evening
will be conducted with decorum, same
as the preceding dances under the pres
ent management. Good music and pop
ular prices of admission. A Dan win
also be given on the night of May SOth.
The cool weather keeps the strawber
ries from ripening, and shipments are
not so large as was expected by this
time, but the Union and the Davidson
Fruit Co., jointly, have been sending on
a carload a day since baturday.
Tho Oregon Telephone Co. is building
special telephone line trom Hood
River to Portland. Tho line is kept so
busy these days that it is hard to get
the use of it when Hood River wants to
talk to Portland.
Amos Underwocd was elected a del
egate to the h ashington state clem
ocratic convention at Spokane, May
19th, but Ame was too busy with straw
berries to attend to politics.
The sneak thief that is prowling
around town entered the residence ot f
F. Bradford Tuesday night, and stole a
suit of underclothing out of the clothes
basket. Look out tor him.
Mrs. M. M. Davenport was thrown
out of her bucsv in a runaway Tuesday
evening at Belmont. She was thrown
into a wire tence. and was cut oy me
wire, but not seriously.
Tekoa Bill was examined by Dr. Shaw
before Judge Prather on Saturday and
was adiudged insane. Monday, o.
Olinerer and Win. Isenberg took him to
the asylum at Salem.
Thos. Shereand two children came up
from Portland last week. Mr. Shere
has recovered the use of his wounded leg
so that he can walk about but it will
never be strong again.
Dr. and Mrs. A. LeRov, of La Grande
snent ast week with their daughter.
Mrs. Hand. Dr. Le.toy is attending tne
t-ession of the grand lodgo I. O. O. F. at
Selh Morgan, the well-known middle-
road populist of The Dalles, was in Hood
r. i . , , j 1 . 1
Xtiver last, weeK vismng oiu menus mm
doing a little electioneering.
Judge L. J. Davenport ot Alosier was
in town Monday. He reports luosier
all right, with a splendid prospect for
A. O. Hershey lost a horse last week
He cot into a wire fence and cut him
self so badlvthat he bled to death
M. F. Bird. Viento's J. P.. attended
the republican meeting in Hood River
Children's day exercises will be held
at the Congregational church on June
Miss Gracie Clark of Portland is visit
ing with the family of D. G. Hill.
A. M. Lindsay and family are occupy
ing Web. Jones' house, at isarrett
Dr. T. L. Eliott and son Tom came up
from Portland Tuesday.
Mr. Frank Gibbons has a position
with Rnnp. & McDonald.
Lovers of good coffee should read
TVinnev's new ad.
Jas. Parker will start tomorrow for
Attend to lour Eyes.
You are cordially invited to call on
the celebrated eye specialists stoppin;
at the Mt. Hood hotel, and see the ma
terial of which Mrs. Dr. Frank's glasses
are made. It is the purest and most
transnarent of all known sub
stances, and is therefore eminently
adapted by nature for the manufac
ture of lenses. Mrs. Dr. Frank,
who is accompanied and assisted by her
brother, Prof. Ernest Benjamin Arnold,
has a number of very fine specimens of
this crvstal, and they take great pleas
ure in showing them and explaining the
various processes they undergo in the
pnnrsfi of beine ground into lenses. No
one needs to hesitate to call, as you will
find Mrs. Dr. Frank a charming and in
Ladies and patrons w ill find her an
intelligent and sympathizing friend on
whom they rnav rely with confidence.
.Tnn lt and 2d. Friday and Saturday,
T.n be the last davs von can consult
Weak Eyes Strengthened, Failing Sight
Restored, Headache Prevented.
The above-named benefits are assured
by using Mrs. Dr. Frauk's lasting lenses,
the only lens ever manufactured that the
wearer can use in the strongest light for
hours, with ease ami comfort.
I. If vou are unable to read fine
irint, to ww or do any fine work for anv
ength of time, esiH'viallv by gas or
lamp light, you need glasses.
z. it the eves ache or water, or every
thing "swims" or becomes dim, or
looks hazy or blurred when using them
short time, and vou have to look hard
to see plainly, you need glasses.
3. it vou have a smarting and burn
ing sensation in and about the eyes, you
4. if vou End yourself looking side
ways (turning the head to one side or
laying it toward the shoulder to see an
object plainer), you need glasses.
0. if vou see well at a distance and
not close to you, or vice versa, you need
o. If you become sleepy or nave a
tired feeling in the eyes after reading
a short time, vou need glasses.
7. If vou squint the eyes to see more
plainly, you need glasses.
8. If you cannot easily thread a nee
dle, you need glasses.
v. it vou nave redness and lnnamma-
tion of tho eyes and lids frequently
there is a dull ache or sense of discom
fort in or about the eyes you need
10. If vou have a frowning expression
in or about the eves, squint or shrink
upon going into the sunlight, or do not
see as well as your friends, you need
H. it vou have glasses and tney are
not perfectly easy or comfortable, they
are not right, and are an injury to your
12. If vou need glasses now, you need
them, and the sooner yon get them the
better for your eyes, fcvery day's delay
may mean one day nearer total blind
ness. Then, how foolish to postpone
farents and guardians, as wen
school teachers, professors and others
entrusted with the care of youth of both
sexes, cannot confer a greater boon on
those under their charge than to guide
them in the se ection ot proper glasses.
should their eyesight be weak or failing
from whatever cause.
Individuals are prone to delay the use
of glasses as long as possible, some from
motives of personal vanitv. ana others
because they hae been tola it is better
not to use glasses till rapidly tailing eye
sight absolutely compels their aid. Both
these motives are wrong, and lead to
most disastrous results. Spectacles are
worn by sensible people as much to
nurse and protect the eye as to increase
the sight, in short, to assist nature and
preserve the vision.
Mrs. Dr. Frank, accompanied and as
sisted by her brother, Prof. Ernest Bon-
amin Arnold, stopping at tne Mt. nooa
hotel, will remain only until June 1st
and June 2nd.
Ton Need Glasses.
bone & McDonald
Men's kang. calf, light, perfect fitters, stylish, plain or cap toe,
lacoorcong., IRON WEARERS, $2.25,
Men's fine Shoes, tan or black kid, very stylish, $2.75 to $3.50.
Children's and misses grain, evcry-day shoe, $1.15 to $1.25.
Ladies' black or tan oxfords, latest toe and fine fitters, made on
honor, sold on merit, $1.50 to $1.0Q.
Famous Dis. 70 School Shoes.
Indies' street Hats, trimmed Hats, or trimmed to order. Our
styles and prices will pleaso you.
Men's and boys' Alpine, stiff and crash Hats for spring and sunik
mer, aro very stylish and becoming to your style of loveliness, Quart
tity limited ufUil moM.nrrlvs) frorr New York,
Values in new spring suits that aro world beaters. We tako your
measure accurately ; the Royal Tailors do tho rest, insuring a perfect
fit. You are going to lose some money if you order before seeing this
superb line of fabrics, the acme of perfection, at tho lowest price for
reliable tailor-made goods.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
THE PEOPLE'S STOEE.
In Hood River valley, May 18, 1900, to
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Chapman, a daugh
In Hood River valley, May 21, 1000, to
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Baker, tt daughter.
To all interested in temperance legis
lation and in the election of candidates
free from any' connection with the
liquor clubs, we announce that George
Parsons of Hood River is tho candidate
of! the prohibition party for sheriff of
Wasco county. R.'B. Hoor,
II. K. Benson,
F. R. Spai'limno.
The 28th annual reunion of the Ore
gon Pioneer Association will bo held in
the exposition building, Portland. June
15th. The annual address will be de
livered by Hon.J.C.Moreland. Cyrus II.
Walkor. born in Oregon in 1938, will be
one of the speakers. A grand banquet
will be held in the evening. Reduced
rates will be given on all transportation
A etrl to do general honaowork. Good
wnpen to good gtrl. WRd. H. I KUCK,
mil The Dalles, or.
tn the estimation ot
fevery gallon of
will cover 300 or more squarft
feet of surface in average con
dition, two coats to the gallon
Every gallon is a full U. S.
standard measure. It is made
to Paint buildings with. It
is the best and most durabl
House Paint made-.
For Sale or Trade.
Will noil on time or trade for anything of
6 new ncd strawberry Irtim nwir 'own,
lj HcreH ncur Tuckur, partly Improved.
CuHh hilvni'ft nt-d not uiml v.
8 ftcro8,'4 mllt9 from lown, linrlly Improved
2rt acres, 7 miles from town, Improved.
Chas. N. Clark, Agt, at tho Glacier Pharmacy
Go lo him for pure fresh Druirs. i'alent Medlcluc and Wail Paper. Prescriptions nd
Family Koelpesa aiweliilly.
W. A. HLINuKUliAND,
Choice Town Property
For Sale. Block 18, with a 10-room house;
good orchard: 3 lots In strawberries and other
Frulta. U Henry.
Mount Hood Notes.
The Mount Ilocd V.'atr Supply Co.
stockholders are doing their assessment
work on their ditch, and will soon nave
nlentv of water for all stockholders who
do their annual assessment, worn.
James Knight reports one of his two-
year-old steers as having been killed by
a cougar near his place
D. R. Cooner has cone to work getting
out lumber for his new house, which he
expects to get ready for the dance on
the fourth of July.
Mr. A. B. Billings is building a new
barn on Ins ranch.
Let me say right here that Mount
Hood has cot something we don't get
every day,-and that is a new postmaster
at thia place, and the way he puts the
stamp on tho back ot tne letters is no
trouble to him. He is also talking of
putting in a stock of goods and give us a
store up here.
i). K. Uooper says lie nas graits wnicn
he nut in in February that are in bloom,
and he expects to get apples off them.
it that cioesn t ueai unite amnion it in
no use in anyone trying to beat it at
this place. You & Me.
U. B. Church. .Sunday-school 10 a.
m. Christian tMiueavor :w p. m.
Evening sermon by Elder J. W.Jenkins
of Valley Christian church. Meeting of
quarterly conference' Friday evening at
Valley Christian Church. There will
be no Sunday-school nor preaching in
the morning. Endeavor meeting at 7 p.
m. Kev. Mr. Uenson, pastor 01 tne
United Brethren church, will preach at
8 p. m.
Congregational Church. There will
be services at this church next Sunday
as follows: Sunday school at 10 a. in.,
Mrs. H. C. Bateham, supt. ; Junior so
rmt v at. 4 n. m.. Mrs. Rachel Hershner,
supt.; C. E. Society at 7:30 p. m., by
the nastor. J. L. Hershner. All who
come will be welcome. No service at 11
a. m., owing to memorial service at M.
To Fruit Growers.
I wish to announce to the fruit grow
ers of Hood River and White Salmon
that I am prepared to market your fruit,
especially strawberrtes, on the same
iwneral lines that I have worked in
vears past, namely, careful distribution
to markets, securing prompt returns to
growers and minimum prices on crates,
w liih I am trerared to furnish at low
est market prices.. My efforts will be
entirely directed to the interest of pa
irons. K. C. EVAX8.
"It is with a good deal of pleasure
and satisfaction that I recommend
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and IM
arrhoea Remedy," says Druggist A. W
Sau tAlle. of Hartford. Conn.
" A lady customer, seeing the remedy
pviuwrl for sale on mv show case, said
ta me: 'I really believe that medicine
saved my life the past summer while at
the shore,' and she became so emuunm
tic over its merits that I at once made
nn mv mind to recommend it in the
fnt.nrft. Rccentlv a gentleman came
into mv store so overcome with colic
nnins that he sank at once to the floor
f gave him a dose of this remedy, which
helped him. I repeated the dose and in
fifteen minutes be left my store smiling
lv intnrmin nie that he felt as well as
ever." Sold by Williams & Brosius.
M. P. Isenberg spoke at a republican
meeting at Antelope one night last week.
The Herald says he inane a "icuing,
well-timed address and completely cap
tured the crowd with his original and
bright sayings. Mr. Isenberg is at home
on the stump.
Advertised Letter List.
May 14, 1900.
Cameron. Dan (3) toss, V II
Cameron, Dan R
Cark, Ernest (2)
Elliott, J E
I want to buy a good horse, weight, or
1300 pounds. J. II. 8IIOEM AKKH.
Eggs for Hatching.
t am til the poultry biislneHS at my place on
Phelps creek. I have full-blooded Kilv.;r
Hpnngled HiunlmrpK and Hlaelt HpaiilHh
eliickens. Khiee February 1st 1 have gut herert
ItJf ciruB from two hens. Kor evx producers,
the llainhui'L's and Hnunlsh eau't be beat,
i'loasecnll and fee for ynrsclf. Kcffs per set
ting, 81.75. (IRANDl'A KUJ.S.
fiieips ureeK, way a, iuu.
Furniture and Builds' Supplies,
Finishing Lumber and Shingles
Watt Shno Shrm.
1 have opened a 8I100 Hhop In iho Odd Fel- "Q,U,iCK
Hnve had years ol expe-
K at reasonable
J. T. IIOI.MAN.
All Binds of mciKlm
Sales and Small Profits' Our Motto.
Hav for Sale.
A food quality of alfalfa, timothy and eli
ver hay for sale by .1. 11. 8HOEM AKEU.
Farm for Sale.
60 acres, nearly all In cultivation. The very
tfu.loe of Hood Kiver valley: 2 miles south ol
town. Make me any old olfur.
H2ia a. a msnnov.
Graining, Natural Finishing, etc.
Estimates Gratis. E. II. PICKARD.
I.lcht team. I, unless Rnd spring wneon, for
sale. Inquire of JOS. KRAZIKU, Jr.
Pasture for Horses.
Good pasture for horses at Onkdale farm,
iy. miioN rrom town, on ine r.asi, nine. 1 erni
SI a month. In advance. O. W. VOOKHKEH.
" Pigs "for Salei
Imported stuck. 1Mb now 0 weeks old.
will keep them till fl weeks old.
WW - . j-r.i r.n. iiwriiv.
. A full lino of PAINTS and OILS always on hand at Portland
prices. A first-class mechanic ready to do all kinds of repairing and
new work cither by the job or by the dayi
Undertaking a Specialty.
PICTURES TEAMED AT SHORT NOTICE.
Carpets and "Wall Paper.
liooma on Oak Street and Second Street,
Hood River, Or,
Tent for Sale.
A Rood VI B speclRl duck Tent, 12 by 12; an
other not quite so heavy. Will sell either
one or both. J. ll. HHOEMAKKR.
The undcrslened. having been appointed by
the County Court, of Wasco county, In an or
mer made and dated May 7, KHW, adminis
trator of the estate of Charles Grodt, deceased,
nil parties holding claims against said estate
ore hereby notified to present the same, a.
companied by proper vouchers and proof, to
the undersigned, at his residence near Hood
Kiver, ortgon, wuinu six monins 110m me
date of this notice.
Dated May 8, 1900.
Administrator of the Estate of Charles Grodt,
Bauer. D 8
Jarvis, E M
May 21, 1900.
Van Allen, Egbert
Youne. Thos L
Spencer, Mrs Anna
Notice is hereby iriven that the underslitned
has been appointed by the County Court for
Wasco county, Oregon, Kxecutrlx of tho last
will and testament of Joseph McUuIro, de
ceased. All persons havliiK claims against
said estate are required to present the same,
wlln tnr proper voucners mereior, ui 11111 ui
my residence in Hood River, Oregon, within
six months from the date hereof.
Hood Kiver, Oregon, May 8. litoo.
NOTICE Jj'OU PUBLICATION.
Land Office at, The Oliilles, Oregon, May 7,
I'KKI. Notice la herehv clven that the follow.
ing-narned settler has filed notico of his
Intention lo make final proof in cupport
a aim. and that said nroor will be
3fore George T. Prather, ll, 8. Commis
sioner, nt Hood River, Oregon, on iriday,
June 15, 1000, viz:
SAMUEL It. WINAKS,
Of Hood River, Oregon, H. E. No. 6139, for the
north southeast '4 ana lots 1 ann a, section
ite names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
W. E. Nerr. A. wtnans. w. winans ana
f . P. Neff, ail of Hood Kiver, Oregon.
mllJelS JAY P. IXCAS, Register.
Timber Land, Act June 3, WTS.
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, Tho Palles, Ore
gon, April zl, luuu. woiiee is nereoy given
that in compliance wim ine provisions 01 uio
net of congress of June 8. 1S78. entitled "Anact
for the sale of timber lands In the States of
California. Oregon, JNevada ana wasinngion
Of Hood River, connty of Wasco, stato of Ore
gon, has this day ulna in tins oince ms
sworn statement No. l.V) for the purchase
of the west 14 southeast 'A and lot 7 and la,
section 7. townshlo 2 nortii. range 0 eMt,
W .M., ana win oner prooi w snow iiiiii
the land sought is more valuable for Ita tim
ber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish his eluliii to said land
before the Register and Receiver of this odlce
at The Dalles, Oregon, on r riaay, ine vnu
In if nf .lone. I'.KKI.
fie names as wunesaew: rerry yir rory nnu
O. H. Hartley of Hood Kiver, Oregon; Hub
bard Taylor of Wasco, Oregon; Fred Himpson
of Cascades, Oregon.
Anv and all persons claiming aaverseiy ine
above-described lands are rcquexced to file
their claims In this office on or before saiu
29th dav of June, RKJ0.
ai!7eia JAY P. I.tTCAS, Register.
Timber I And, Act June 3, 1S78.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
United Slates Ind Office, The Dalles, Ore
mm. Aoril it. 1000. Notice is hereby given
that In compliance with the provisions of the
act of Conirrcs of June 3. IrtiS. entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lands in the HtaU:
of California, Oregon, rvevaua anu wanning
JOHN W. HICKS,
Of Hood River, county of Wasco, state of Ore-
"Cow for Sale.
A new Jlllch Cow, without a calf, for sale by
n97 C. A. CRASIKR.
SJ miles soulh of Mosier.
1 havo moved mv dairy cows front Trout-
dale and lornwd at Hood-River. Will be pro-
jared to furnijili a good uuullty ol tniiu, ue-
Ivered Ft your door, for 5c a dmirt." Leave
orders with 8. L. Tavlor or at (Under ofllee.
ml) JOHM HAY lilli.-N.
U. S. Commssioner, . Notary Public. J. P. for Hood Kiver District
GrEO. T. PRATHER,
Atetei ii CfliTPfflr, tel Estate ai Ismcb,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
I have lots and blocks for sale In different parts of the town nf Ilnod Rlvef,
Also, have the exclusive sale of lots hi mowers' Addition, the most bountiful build
ing locut ion in town.
Mtisincsn, such as paying taxes for non-residents, or anything pertaining to the
Court, promptly attended to. Can rurnisii tovvnsnip putt
lg lor lanuH, m
County Court, pi
ers or those looklni
mis to home-seek-
for lands. Have beeu a resident of Hood River Valley for ill
E. BotrsnjFr'mHOOt) K1VE11
1I:W p. in,
Halt Lake, Denver,
Ft Woi th.Onialia,
Kansas City. Bt.
and the East.
Witlln. Walla. Sno
Ht, Paul, Duluth,
cugo find East.
Halt Lake, Denver,
r t wortti.omana,
Kansas City. ht.
and tne nasi.
For Han Francisco'
To Astoria and way
lOrecron Cltv. New,
berg.Halem & way
Oregon City, Dayton
and way lunaings.
Portland to Corval
II A-way landings.
I;W p, in.
GEO. P. CROWEIX,
Successor to K, I. Smith-Oldest Established House In tho valley.
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Flour and Feed, etc.
This old-established house will continue to pay cash for all its
goods ; it pays no rent ; it employs a clerk hut does not have to divide;
with a partind all dividends aro made with customers in tho way of
jl Ul la
A fine lot of Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps; latest styles and
blocks, including men's stiff Hats, Fedoras and Pashas,
We also have ordered direct from manufacturers in the East the
largest shipment of Shoes that we havo over brought to this town.
We will meet any and all competition in this lino and feel certain
that we can hold our own. Come and see us.
A. S. BLOWERS & SON.
ana r ri.
6 a.m. SSAKIt RrVKn.
dally. IRiparla to I.ewiston
Oen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or
J. BAOI.F.V, Agent, Hood Hlvcr.;
r Ofl all kinfls of FQrnitarB, Careets, Wall PaceT, etc.
W. M. Yates, P. M.
Dalles, Portland & As
toria Navigation uo.
Daily (except Hnnaay) neiween
The Dalles, Hood River," Cascade Locks,
Vancouver and Portland,
Toiichinzat way isiiiita on both side of the
Roth of the above steamers havo been re
built and arc in excellent shape for the sea,
son of I'jOO. The K-gulalor Hue will endeavor
lo give Its patrons tne nest service poscinie.
For comfort, economy and pleasure, travel I
by the steamers of the itcguiator ijine.
Dalle City leaves The Dalles at a.
Tl...,luv uttil Kntiiwliiv.
gon, has this day Hied In this oiUee his sworn Kegula'.or leaves ui a a. m. aiouaay, vt cu
u.nAn..n xv. i.r fnr thn nurchniu. nf t.h mlHV and Friday.
. northeast V. of section No. 29 in town- Portland office. Oak t. Dock. The Dalles
stilp Ko. 2 north, range 9 cust, W. JL, and office, Court street.
will oiler proof W snow inai me lanasougni , w r A AWAY
i.n,n.l.hlfiir Its timlX'ror Ktonn llinn " 'k-L-' O" 1 '
for agricultural purposes, and to establish his I . General Agent.
claim to said land before the Kegiiru-r anc
Receiver of this office at Tho Dalles, Oregon,
on Tuesday, the ith day of June,
He nnmes as witnesses: J. C. Hayes, Albert
L. Antone, B. F. Eadelmnn and If. II. Allard,
all of Hood Kiver. Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-dMtcribed lands are requested to file
their cluims in this office on or before said
2t;th day of June, llflrt.
aaOjiii JAY P. LUCAS, Iteglstw.
I challenge any one to get lower prices on House Furnishing Goods than t ean.quote.
Special Uguros given ou building Material for contract work.
S. E. BARTMESS.
C. L. ROGERS & CO.
CANDY AND NUTS, ETC.
A nice lino of all-over Laces, Lace Curtains, etc.
The public are Invited to call at my gallery
and inspect my work. I aim to give atisfac
tion In all cases where work Is Intrusted to
me. Prices reasonable. Outside tews. a
j.-ecU:'.7. CHAS. KI'i(i3.
LEAVE ORDERS FOR
With F. E. JACKSON. He and the DAVElJ.
PORT BROS, have over One Million
foot of good Dry Lumber
at Havnes' Spur,