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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1902)
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ALWAYS UP TO DATE,
Sole Agent for
Utz & Dunn's Fine Footwear
For Ladies and Children.
They Fit, FTI - - PT7
Wear- J. fcjf Widths, J
Longer, fr0m H?3
Cost lessVsX ' Wto EE
look . Vi carried Srz V
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better in stock L
other Shoe made.
A full line
of Felt Goods
FRANK A. CRAM.
O. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. , Mail and Express, lira p. m.
No. 2. Chicago Hixwial. ll:2o m.
No. 4, HjioKane lyer, b:w i.
No. 1, Portland Special. 2:05 p. m.
No. 3, Portland 1- Iyer, 4:30 a. m. '
No. 5, Mail and Express, 0:42 a. m.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Feerless flour at Hartley's.
Feifor's Union 5c cigar atVV.B. Cole's.
Ot Bartmess' prices on shingles.
Write your insurance with Friday &
No. 1 baled hay for sale at the Transfer
& Livery Co.
List your property with Friday &
Bottom prices on doors and windows
at Bartmess'. . ,
(Jet your material for Thanksgiving
fruit cake at O. H. Hartley's.
Dressed chickens, young and old, at
McUuire Bros, Saturday.
Flour and Feed at iSpot Cash Gro
eery. It will pay you to get Bartmess prices
on building material.
Loors and windows Bartmess has
the most complete stock in town.
Fetch Portland quotations on house
furnishings to Bartmess and save freight.
'if you want to file on timber land
homesteads, call on George T. Prather,
U. 8. Commissioner, district of Oregon.
It will py ' ' Bct our !ricel.
before huyinK your winter supply ot
groceries. The Spot Cash Grocery.
There was a young man of Knbuqiie
Who sought for a wife that could cuqtie.
W him tne girls learned his plan,
They said, "Nasty man!'' ,
And promptly his .-ompsny almque
" 1 lialtlmore American.
Miss flattie Kemp, who is employed
as stenographer in l'0''1?.1' Bnt
Thanksgiving week in noouuivw.
Rev. J. L. Herthner will preach at
Piue Grove at 3 p. in. Sunday.
J. M. Wright, from near Ari9tin,
Texas, is a newcomer in Hood Kiver
with his family.
The ladies of St. Mark's guild will
give a tea at Mrs. H. L. Bumble's, Dec.
10. All are invited to attend.
A. Whitehead and C. D. Moore were
duck huntingtwodayslast week at Ca
mas Prairie and shot (18 ducks.
Mies Lena Evans was the recipient of
a birthday present in the shape of a
tin 10 Fisher uiauo. presented by her
A.'K. Fuller has sold his lot and the
livp.rv burn to C. L. Gilbert. Mr. Ful
ler will move to morrow county, where
lie has purchased a farm.
M. U. Pratt and wife, who have been
making their home with H. C. Bateham
of the Columbia nursery, left Tuesday
for their old home in Virginia.
W. V. Johnson secently made sale of
20 acres belonging to Sam Harbison to
J. S. Philbrick for $3,000. The land is
the north 20 of -what is known as the
Charles N. Clarke is moving into the
Masonic building, opposite the post
otlice. He is also putting in a big stock
of drugs and medicines and toilet arti
cles to fill his big new store room.
Mis Mabel Boor man 't school at Mos-
ier closed two weeks ago. Miss Boor
man w ill go to Corvallis after the holi
days and take up her course of studies
again in the agricultural college.
A man came to town Tuesday with a
crippled umbrella to hunt the umbrella
mender that advertised in the Glacier
Inst week. It proved to be the umbrella
mender of the fakirs' fair that adver
tised, but ho couldn't be found after the
At the council meeting Monday night
there was present Mavor Brosius, Coun
cil men Blowers and McDonald and
Recorder Niokelsen. A quorum not
being present an adjournment was taken
to Thursday, December 4, at 7:30 p. m.
The Shoe Man. Talks.
When you come to us for Shoes you get the benefit of ten years'
study and practical experience in shoeing people In this coast cli
mate. When your.watch needs i'flxiu' " you don't iake it to the
grocer for repairs. To get the best service for your feet, see the
"shoeist." We understand tne stioe Dusinexs ana uo not mimey
miuqii t orondfl.
GOOD vs. CHEAP.
If you want the good kind of RUBBER FOOTWEAR and
Shoes, we can fit you out. We make no claim to having the cheap
est Rubber Goods. They break, they leak, tbey disappoint; they .
make you mad, also mad at the dealer that sold them. You say he
ought to know better, and you are right. WE HAVE NOT ONE
PAIR OF MEN'S. OR LADIES' SECOND QUALITY RUB
BERS IN OUR STORE. That is why our good Rubber business.
We have never failed to get plenty of weather in Oregon, and
there will be uo cutting out this winter.
A full line of Felt Boots, Gum Boots, Snow Excluders, Ger
man Sox, Arctics, Rubbers.
Everything to keep your feet dry
AVe have Wool Sox, Wool Underwear, Heavy Cotton Under
wear, Mittens, Gloves, and Arctic Sox,etc.,TO KEEP YOU WARM.
- Amohgour good things is an elegant lineof FascinatorB,Squares
When wo have fitted you out you will feel that glow of satis
faction that comes from buying good goods at lowest prices.
See our special Xmas goods before buying.
AND TALKS FOR YOUR BENEFIT
If you do your trading with us a trial will convince you.
We want your trade and are willing to make it an object for
you to do business with us.
Bone & McDonald.
GOODS CHEAP, not CHEAP GOODS
THE PEOPLE S STORE.
sizes, of Elgin, Waltham, hampden or fpringfikld movements in
Fahy's Moutauk or Boss 20 and 25 year cases with Simmons' 20 year
gold-filled chains, the very best standard goods, for even LESS THAN
EASTERN PRICES. Likewise with CLOCKS; Alarm clocks, Eight
..... ii ... .u miwiiL'uL'iir jiuiniV rimoLT
I CAN DIVIDE The usual profits with my customers,
because my expenses are small, and sell WATCHES, ladies' and gents'
day striking clocks, m well as the WONDERFUL 400-DAY CLOCK.
My stock also includes RAZORS, the finest made, SILVER and oth
er Fancy Tableware, anpropriate for presents, useful, ornamental.
SPECIAL BARGAINS in Curt" Buttons, Brooches, solid gold RINGS
and In fact in all kinds or jewelry. JEWELRY REPAIRING neatly
done; watch work a specialty and second to none in accuracy,
owing to long experience and careful study. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
If your eyes need attention, I can fit them with the proper
Glasses by meaus of scientific tests, and furnish you with the best gold
tilled Frames at reasonable prices. Q J TEMPIiE.
85th SATURDAY SURPRISE SALE.
OIII DRFVS STORM RUBBERS-Prevent wet feet and colds,
Steeinl 2'ic pair.
MISSES' ARCTlCS-K.-ei.tUe feet b,,.h warm and dry, a Pnntble
Doll ShowSaturday, Dec. 1 3
v will hold a Doll Show in our window, and we invite every
prizes to the best flrvwtu ( We,ve
NlUnTA. one cent to
Jourdolhirs. We'd like to have you see theiu.
. . T., ,..,., thinus in Work Baskets and every other
BaSketS T'khid make..... Pretty presents of them
l.y trimming them with ribbons. V verv nice lot
Purses and Pocket Books iriuiVfrrm.
The cheap ones are good, and the host o. are not too hlKh priced.
Crockerv and Glassware
,,t will make useful and acceptable gifts. The price, are li.tle
enough to suit you. offerings in
Table Cloths and Napkins
We don t put on me usu.n j i
1 I nrttofiC ,l,,n" 1J"nPs """I'"-"-'
1 amos and Lantei ns 2.v: s uf
La&me Br dT'K-s
IVitz' Tubiilar Lanterns, b.W. (.Iiimmj",
all kinds at lime prices.
Holiday Goods 0-rrS.-
stores art filled full of just what you want. W .
in.suiiiinrnlile. We want
e win i kihu "
stores are um-vi j-'- ,
side any election you mnj .......
..,.1 vvnruliMiware. and we nell
money saving prices.
Premiums with vour Purchases
THE LITTLE STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES
The srood people of Frankton school
district held an old-fashioned working
bee on the school house ground; two
weeks airo. The men turned out in
force and trimmed the trees, cut some
of them down, and otherwise improved
and beautified the grounds. The ladies
of the district got up a dinner and served
it in the school house. I lie dinner was
up to the standard of good dinners the
Frankton ladies know now to get up.
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Davidson and
daughter Helen left Tuesday for an ex
tended trip in the fcastern states, iney
will go by way of California and the
Southern route. Mr. Davidson will
combine business with pleasure and'
visit many of his numerous patrons who
buy fruit of his company and look after
markets for next year. "He will also do
some advertising tor Hood River.
Will Sears met with a painful acci
dent last Thursday, while rolling a
heavv log on his place with a cant hook.
The log in some way caught his right
lez in such a manner as to throw him
down with his feet crossed, fracturin
the bones of his riuht lower limb an'
dislocating his ankle. Mr. Sears will
doubtless De laid ud the remainder of
S. E. Bartmess will build an addition
to the east Bide of his store building, to
accommodate the big stock of goods he
has on hand, and to wmcn ne Keeps
constantly adding. In the spring he
will remove his family to tne nouse ne
bought on State and Irving streets, when
i i- i i i l. : . ..
me wnoie uuuuing ui me w, unuin
and down, will be used to display his
furniture and other goods.
Watt & Slocom, proprietors of the
alhalla orchards have procured a hand
some and showy label lor their apple
boxes. It is a lithograph showing
scene in their orchards, with Mount
Adams in the distance. Two big red
apples on a branch with green leaves
help out tne picture, ine lauei covers
the end ol the apple box.
Frank Euan of White Salmon was in
town Saturday carrying his left arm in
a slinz. Mondav morning he came in
contact with an adze and cut his arm
clear to the bone, making an ug'y wound
that will lay liim off for labor a month
Miss Lizzie Roberts went to Portland
last Saturday for the purpose of having
her eves attended. They have both
ered her considerably lately and she
thinks it best to see a good occuust.
The K. of P. building is being wired
for electric liehts. and it is expected the
opera house will be lighted by electricity
for the school children 8 enieriammeni
Bert Kent, who has been in Hood RiV'
er for the past month, left for Tacoma
last Saturday. His mother and sisters
are making their home there at present,
Geo. I. Slocom has put into his book
store a fine,large showcase, whicn snows
off his stock of elegant albums, bibles
and sationery in a very attractive way,
Lvman Smith went down to Portland
! iVaHnnoriav nd returned Sunday.
He spent Tnanksgiving with the family
of d. J. Laf ranee.
Lous Baldwin stepped on a nail Mon
dav. It ran in his loot about an inch,
and as a consequence uoma goe. limp
ing around town.
Dorrance Bmith and Harry Hansberry
of the Locks, with their families spent
Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Hans-
berry of Nob liill.
JudtfeM. F. Bird of iento was in
town Tuesday, a quiet spectator of the
wav we do things at a city election in
Dr. Weltv and Miss Watson of Port
land spent Thanksgiving at Mrs. Alma
Howe . They were guesu 01 airs, i oui
Mi VanWvck. who has been a guest
of Mrs. Canfield since last May, has just
returned to Peekskill, New lor.
Mrs. P. E. Oerould. after a sojourn o
eight weeks in Hood River, has gone to
Arizona lor me winier.
The ladies aid of the Unitarian church
will meet Friday at 2 ociock sharp
The Artisan dances will hereafter be
held on the first and third Fridays of
Don't pass Sloeom't book and station
ery store when making yoar Christmas
Miss Anne Smith w?nt to The Dalles,
Tuesday, where she will visit for a few
Otis Van Blaricon ha been on the
tick list with the grip for the past week,
A. Sonnickson, who is the possessor,
of 10 acres of fine strawberry land, has
the finest looking plants on two acres, :t
is said, in the valley. He turned under
clover sod last August, and finished
planting one acre to strawberries aonui
August 20. The plants on these two
acres are set in rows 30 inches apart
one way and 15 the other. He can go
through the 30 inch rows with his horse
and cultivator and through the others
with his hand cultivator. By setting
the plants in rows both ways he saves a
good deal of manual labor. In hoeing
two acres of strawberry plants, by the
time you have got through the patch
the weeds have a pretty good start in
the rows where you commenced. You
will not get so many plants on an acre
by setting in rows both ways, but the
saving in labor should more than make
up for the loss in the "number of hills
and berries. Mr. Sonnickson has five
acres in clover and alfalfa. There is no
better fertilizer than clover, and Mr.
Sonnickson will follow all his clover
patches with strawberries.
John Vanthiers of Mount Hood was
in town Wednesday. His wife and child
accompanied him. He came with his
wagon, but needed a sled before he got
home Wednesday nigiu. - a puuiiugiB.u
from Mount Hood at 11 o'clock in the
morning stated stmt ttie snow was men
s inches deep. Mr. Vanthiers lately
sold 60 acres of his land, and will have
more to sell next spring, lie Deiieves
in making a divide with others who
T , 1 I ln.-nna TliQ
have no lanu aim wain uuhjcs. hc
more sales that are made to bona fide
bomeseekers the sooner the railroad
will come to that settlement. ine
Mount Hood district has the soil and
climate for successful fruit growing, and
is bound to come to the front as one of
the best sections of Hood River valley.
Mr. Vanthiers savs many newcomers
have settled in his'neighborhood during
the past few months and there is plenty
of room for more.
SWidun Wheeler was 18 years old
last Saturday, and his sisters planned a
big surprise 'for him; but these boys,
you know, think they are pretty smart,
anu Bo.iieiiuw me ucuci "-.v,
and refused to be surprised, but went in
with the others and had a nign oiu nine
till the noon o' night, when the guests
went home wishing Sherd. 100 such oc
casions, and whicn generous wish nc
W A. Davis of Mosier was in town
Friday. He reports a fine crop of apples
in the Mosier country where the or
chards were sprayed thoroughly. He
sprayed but didn't keen it up until the
end of the season, and in consequence
he has a good many wormy apples. Ho
will spray next year till picking time.
His neighbor, J. P. Carroll, sprayed ac
cording to the book and has no wormy
apples. Mr. Davis left his measure for
the Glacier one year.
Peter Mohr of the EaBt Side informs
the Glacier that there is a cow and calf
in the road near where The Dalles road
Wvn the Mount Hood road that needs
looking after by its owner. i ne can
has a broken leg and can't walk, and
its faithful mother will not leave it long
enough to procure feed. I he cow is
marked with ootn ears cruppeu mm
branded SS. It is red and white spotted
and a fine looking animal.
Th Pine Grove school will give an
entertainment and basket social Friday-
evening, December 12. A very enter
taining programme win ue rawci,
and various features will add to the
pleasures of the social hour. I ne pro
ceeds are to be used for library and
decorating purposes. The school invites
everyone to help a good eause by com
ing out and having a good time.
F. II. Elwert of the general passenger
department of the Chicago and North
western ranroau, nan ore., .n nuu..
Kivpr for the tiast week. Mr. Elwert is
llitfhted with Hood River and says
several ol his raiiroaa menus win nm-.-i
in real estate here.
The revival services at the U. B.
church are growing in interest. A num
ber have been convened ana auueu 10
the church. Rev. r. H. en is a prince
among preachers, and in spite of the
bad weather, nas naa gooo crowus wn
to hear him. Iservices at 2 :30 and 7:30
In order to effect a dissolution ot pari-
nbrship.we are now offering our entire
sfock of general merchandise at cut
n'rices. Vi e have a large stock ot un
derwear and good line of shoes, but
eterything will be sold as we are anxious
tqretire from tne business. zwne
P.pmemberlhat Bone & McDonald are
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retiring ironi ousiness nu are u)n&ui
ptices on their goods that w ill cause a
rsh to their to their store: so if you re
quire any goods of any kind it will pay
y.U to maKe me purcna; now.
The Foresters of America have deci
ded toeliminatethe masquerade feature
from their ball on New Year s eve, and
only ordinary evening dress will be necessary.
fcwrvthina to eat and all kinds ol
Christmas presents at the sale in Clarke's
old drug bmlding itecemoer ii, oy me
ladies aid ol the unitarian cnurcn.
Francis I. McKenna, supreme master
artisan, wilt visit the Hood River assem
bly of Artisans at their social sew-ion
Pave your shekels for the I'nitarian
ladies sale at C.N. Clark's old drug store
building December 13.
Before buying your Christmas pres
ent drop in at Slocom's and look at bis
Outing Flannel 4c
A lot of outing in all the best color
ings, pretty stripes, regular 6 and 7c
values at 4c yd. A splendid flannel
for quilts. '
Blankets $3.74 pr.
Blankets of fine white wool, colored
borders, silk bound, 10x4 size. The best
blanket of the year at $3.74 a pair.
Knit Skirts 63c
A handsome lot of knit skirts which
were to retail at Jl.OOand f 1.2-T, we will
sell at the low price of C"c each.
Night Shirts 47c
Men's and Ladies' outing flannel
night shirts, in a big assortment of tho
very best patterns, which is a bargain
at the extremely low price of ITe.
Bed Spreads $1.16
Special large size plain white bod
spreads for iron or brass beds ; Marseil
les patterns in large variety. Great
vakies ut f 1.10 each.
Corsets at 75c
All our fl.00 corsets in the Kabo,
C-B, F-C and Armorsido.we will sell
to close at 75e. Don't miss this while
Men's gloria silk umbrellas, paragon
frames, steel rod, bulb runner, a good
assortment of handles. Big values for
this week at $1.05 each.
Ladies Aprons 22c
Ladies' fine muslin aprous, in hem
stitch, lace trimmed, which were to
retail at 35 and 40c, that we will put
out this week at 22c each.
Waistings 13 & 18c
Waistings in a good many colors in
the 16c grade we will sell at 13c, and
those in 23c grade we will sell at 18c.
This Is a bargain, and you should
not miss it.
J. E. RAND.
A laughable incident occurred on the
train to Portland recently. Claude
Markham, J. 11. Cradlebaugh and W.
L. Huckabav were among the passen
gers. Markham was taking with him
some specimens of big red apples of the
Wolf River variety for the permanent ex
hibit in Portland. A passenger in an
other car, from the Palouse country, was
taking home some fine apples, but went
to sleep and while he slept some fiend
stole his apples. Markham was show
ing his big apples , to Cradlebaugh and
others, when some one, probably actua
ted by a desire t,. see some fun, slipped
into the car and told the man from the
Palouse that a fellow in tho other car
had his apples. The man rushed up to
Markham and grabbed at a big apple in
his hand. Markham supposed that he
wanted to see it, and was about to let
lie noticed that the man wat
making a vicious grab. The man claim
ed the apple, but Markham told him
he couldn't play no racket of that kind
on him, and held fast to the apple. It
,,!. nil tho ntirsnasive powers of John
frmlli.lmiiL'h to convince the man that
he had never seen as big an apple in ms
i;f., a tint lln,i,l Kiver annle.
The heavv rain of Sunday and Sunday
.,il,t ami "tlie chinook in the moun
tains, raised Hood river to booming
utn.ra Tin list Lake Lumber Co. have
been waiting for this freshet to bring
their logs down the river. The big
iams at Tucker and at the Hengst place
were floated, and the river was pretty
,v,.ii rionrr-il of lntfs all the way down.
Tho ivminanv now has three or (our
million feet of ions in their big boom,
n,o mill will soon be running to
make them into lumber.
A very prettv wedding was solemn
ized at the residence of "the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. 1). H. Sears, at high
noon, on Tuesday, December 2, 1002,
when Miss ( iladvs V. Sears was united in
marriage with Mr. Roy C. Brock, Rev.
J. L. llershnerolticiating. The bride is
the youngest daughter of the senior
member of the highly successful Hood
River orchardists, Sears & Porter, and
is a popular and accompnsneu
adv. t he groom is a son ui . "
Walla capitalist, ineyard BrocK, wno
l,.nt nf the Northwestern Gran
ite Co., and formerly president of the
Sherman county bank at Wasco, Ore
's " . . . i !.
lsoth bride aim groom numuw
st.ite acricultnral college at Corvallis,
and the grm, formerly, Stanford um
versity, at Palo Alto, California.
Aft..p tho woililinif ceremony, buui mv
uous dinner was served to the members
of the family and the few invited guests.
Tho hannv coupie lett on tne evening
train for Portland, where a short time
will be spent, after which thev will visit
the groom's parents in Walla Walla.
Manv congratulations to the newly
Among the Thanksgiving dinings on
ti.a i.in a lieantiful one given by
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Bailey, to their
children and grand children, who are
Ko.-mimi, oiiiio numerous. We appre
ciate and praise Mother Bailey for the
charming and deiignuui way sue
entertains us on such occasions. The
menu for dinner consist! ol roast innie,
chicken pie ami cranberry jelly, browned
potatoes, creamed cabbage, celery and
L.,.,io nln.l t'TM in red apple skins;
twentieth century plum pudding and
mince pie. Afser dinner the little folks
enjoyed a romp ami pan of peanuts on
the floor, while Grandpa Bailey insisted
on our drinking ten gallons of sweet
cider. ,OST I),rK
Yon can get a good Mcintosh at Bone
I & McDonald' at less than cost.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bryden of Port
land, Miss Jennie Smith of La Crosse,
Wis.; and Harry Smith of Grant's Pass,
Oregon, have recently been the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Harbison of tho
East Side. Mr. Smith is a brother of
Mrs. Harbison, and Miss Smith and
Mrs. Bryden are cousins. The two lat
ter are still here.
In Hood River. November 27, 1902, to
Mr. and Mrs. Pngh Bobbins, a son.
In Hood Kiver, November zu, iao-,
Koy crock anu anss uiauys ouhib, uum
of Hood River valley.
Pure Bred Jersey Cows
And helf.-rs for sale. Home oiu ionnaiumn
eowM. ADoiu iju nnau 01 iit'iitM. uum
calves U) i-vear-olila, all pure bred. Also, my
4-year-old hull, Hewey, ol The Ulailos, and Ills
son "Kdwln ol'tlie Uliules," 4 moutlisold. lo
prevent loo mucli inoreeninc ineom v .
of sale. A. K. liYRKKf T,
da HiiiKen, Wash.
etlnu of stockholders
of the Hood Kiver TrimsporUtion and lloom
Company will be held at their oilh-e in Hie
Transfer and Livery Co.'s barn, on luesdny,
December , 1B, at P- "., for the purpose
of elecllUK aboard of directors ami transact
ing hiiv other business that may properly
come before the meeting.
P. H. DAVIDSON, Secretary.
ITimber Land, Act June 8, 1878.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United St ates Land Oltlce, Vancouver, Wash.
October is. HUH. Notice Is hereby given that
Incompliance with I lie provisions of the act
of congress ot June 3, 1878, entitled 'An act for
the sale ot tirnoer lanas in me sihuwoi vai
llornla, OreKon, Nevada and Washington ter
ritory," as extended to all the public land
stales by act of August 4, 1892,
ot Trout Lake, county of Klickitat stat of
Washington, has this day filed In this onice
his sworn statement, No. 2U41, for the pur.
chase of Lot 2 of section No. 1, township No. 6
north.rangeNo.lOeast.w.M.andwllI otter proof
to show that the land sought Is more valuable
for its timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to said
land before the Register and Receiver of this
ollice at Vancouver, Wash., on Tuesday,
the (Mil day of January, IDoa.
He names as witnesses: Harry Powers,
Jacob V. W. Clatlerbos, Fred Hioller and
Joshua Aerni, all of TroutLake, Washington.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
nbove-descrlbed lands are requested lo file
their claims in this office on or before said
Bth day of January, 1H03.
ni-th. rant" -No. 'u
ITimber Land, Act June , 187H.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Slates Land Ollice, Vancouver,
Wash., December 1, 11102. -Notice Is hereby
given that 111 compliance with the provisions
of the act of Congress of June S, W78, cnl .tied
"An act for the sale of timber lands in the
shiles of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to all
the public land states by act of August 4, is,'.,
r . ii aim h si H I'iciiuTT.
f !.,rH,.n,l fnlintv of M lilt UOIllHh , SllltC of
Oregon, has this day filed In tiiis ollice
sworn statement, No. .nnf
of the HW'i NWVi audNW
east, w. M., and will oner pi'u o -now in,u
the land sought is more vamauie m i- m.
ber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish his claim tosnid laud bclore
the Register ana iuiver m ii ...
Vaiu-oiiver. Washingtou, on Tluiisdny, the
9th day of April, !!.
He names as iium .......
Thomas E. Edwards, John rnnpinai. ami
Karl A. 1'lerce, all oi iroui i.aae, ,.-.,.
in, snd all nersons claiming adversely tne
above-described lands are i-coiicm.-.
thelrclaims in this oioce oiyir oeioie
Okvoi April, ,.,.,
d.rt i.i.. i..--"..
tTtanher Land, Act Jun.i:l, lvS.I
NOTICE l'OR ITBMCA-ilU-N.
United States Land Office, Vancouver
Wash., Nov. 8, ll. Nolle Is nerii.v uiven,
thai in compliance w ith the pr i-i.ms ol
the act of Congress of June 3. HTs. entitled
An act for tnesaie i incici
State of California. Orvf.o. Ncvudi, anu
Washington territory,- as i-mc.io.-u ... ... ...
Public 1-and Slates l.y net of A'-ynsl I, ltt,
of Sublimity, county -r Marion, sime o.
Oregon, has this day riled in lino ollice his
sworn statement, .-o- " " k - "
the south ;,ot nonnesi aim soun. t
northeast '.4 of seel ton No. M, in Uin
ulitu No. 5 uorlh, range No. 12 east, W . M., and
will otter pnNif to show that the land sought
In more valuable for It" timber or stone than
for agricultural purpon-s, and lo esuthllsn his
claim to said land before the Register and
Receiver of this office at Vancouver, W ssh.,on
Wednssdsy, tne lllh day of Ma.-cli. WM. "
He names as witnesses: Wesley A. Miller or
Seattle W ash.: John K inn of sublimity, Or.;
John Kiser and George L. Chandler of tilen-
of SuWInitv, county of .Marlon, state of
Oregon, has'lhls dsy filed iu this otlice tils
.i.tni. i.i No. xtsi. for the uun-haseof
,. ..iiihumi of northwest, east S of
...ohwi Ki and northwest 'i of southwest
quarter of section No. 2. In township
i ..l will oiler mW to show that the land
.....ht la ni.,rM vn inline .or Il iiiiiim-i
stone man lor agr.ru.iuin. .
.iul,Hli his claim to said land before the
u.-,.M,-r ,.,! itMvivrr of this oiln-e sl sn
couver, W ah , on W ednesday, the llth day
of March. 1MB. ......
He names m wltmes: Wesley A. wilier or
Seattle. Wssh.: John Klnti of sublimity, "-.;
John Kler and eorge L. Chandler of Olen
wood, W ashingtou.
Anv and ail persons claiming adversely the
above deserltsHl lands are mjiK-sted to die
Khelrclaims In thlsofflce ou or belore saiQ
hlth day of March, IwM.
j n21ja W. tt. DISBAR, Register.
Timber Land, Act June S, 1878.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Slates Land Office, Vancouver,
Wash., Nov. 8, I!l02.-Notlce Is hereby given
that In compliance with the provisions of the
act of congress of June 8, 1878. entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lauds in tne states of
California, Oregon, Nevada und Washington
Territory ," as extended to all the publlo land
states by act of August 4, isstt,
of Trout Lake, county of Klickitat, state of
Wash., has this day filed in this office his
sworn statement. No. 21188, for the pur
chase of the northeast 14 of nort beast of seiv
lion No 7, and south y of southeast and
northwest quarter of southeast quarter of
section No. , In township No. north, range
No. 11 cast, V. M., and will offer proof lo
show that the land sought Is more valuable
lor Us timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to said
laud before the Register and Receiver of this
otlice at Vancouver, Wash., on Kriday, the
Hth day of March, mtt.
He 11,1111. s as witnesses: Christ Oilier, W m.
M.Ci'inpileld and r'red Moore of Trout Ijike,
Washington, and Wm. lleringerof Portland,
Anv 11 ml all persons claiming adversely the
uhove-ili scnlK'd lands are requested to file
their claims in this ollice on or before said
tn ilnv ot .March, 1!U.
nilji W. R. DUNBAR, Register.
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
Land ollice nt Vancouver, Wash., Oct. :11,
purj Notice is hereby given that the follow
Ing-ii'.med settler has hied notice or Ills tn
leiiuon to make final proof In sup-is.i-l
of his claim, and that said pns.f will
lie made before W. K. 1'resby. U.S. Comliiis
sn.ner for district of Washington, lit his
ollice In (ioldendale, Washington, on Mon
d.iv, DeceiulH-r 1.. l:H, viz:
AL ll'K W1LLARD.
Homestead entry No. lu,."ii, lor the norlheast
quarter of section :U, township north,
rn..e 12 east. W. M.
He names the following witnesses lo prove
his continuous residence UXn und cultiva
tion of said land, vjx:
Marv rlarxer anu iiavio. rieu 01 .suasn
dale, Washington; August Merg and 1 nomas
y u ig ley of ti ien w.mhI,
ITimber lnd. Act June 8, 1878.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United states I-and office, Vancouver, Wash.,
November 8, Wtt. Notlee Is hereby given
that Incompliance with the provisions of the
act of congress of J une . 1S7U, emit led "An act
(or the sale of timber lands in the states of
California, Oregon. Nevada and Washington
territory," as extended to all the public land
Mates by act of August 4. sh2,
of Sublimity, county of Marlon, etate of
Oregon, has this dav Hied In this office
his sworn statement No. iC., for the purchase
of the NW'4 of N '!, east of NWM aad
SWti of the SK'i of section Nfc i In
township NivS north, range No. 12 east. W.M
and will otter proof to show that the land
sought Is more valuable lor lt timber or '"!ie
than lor agricultural purpose, and to estab
lish Ins claim to said laud before the Register
snd Rrtvivcr of this office at Vancouver,
Wash, on Tuesday, the win aay 01 Marcn,
lie name as witnesses: Joseph Zlmmer
nisnnand John Zimmerman n of Sublimity.
.r-Kon; Wnlrv A. .Miller of Seattle, Wash,
ami (ieorge L. Chandler of (.ten wood, Wasb.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
alsivt-deacrihed lands are requested to file
tneir claims In this office on or before aald
hh day of Match, Mil.
n21jil W. R. DO'BAR, Beg Urter.