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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1903)
TO HOOD RIVER.
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June 15, Prices Advance
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If you are looking for a place to build your home you do not want
to make your selection until you have seen these properties.
The property has its own water system. Extensive street im
provements will be made as soon as teams can be secured. A sewer sys
tem will be put in to connect with the system in the business part of town,
for which the council is now making arrangements.
This property lies well, affords a magnificent view, is convenient to
business, schools churches, depot, and lies in a direct line of the growth
of the town,
A $20,000 Inn, with cottages, will be built this season in Riverview
Park, adjoining the western portion of Idlewilde, to accommodate the
large volume of tourist and pleasure travel that wishes to visit Hood
River, not only in the summer, but during the whole year.
Special Inducements to Peo
ple who wish to Build.
Don't delay until it is too late. Buy now before the prices ad
vance. For full particulars, prices, terms and plats call upon the
PRATHER INVESTMENT CO.,
GEORGE D. CULBERTSON & CO.
J. F. Batchelder and R. R. Erwin, Trustees.
food Iftver Slacier
THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1903.
Will Itnilil $'20,000 Hotel.
It is announced that the real estate
syndicate, of which Messrs. Batchelder
& Erwin are trustees, will build a $20,000
hotel this summer In Riverview park,
Hood River. It. R. Erwin stated to the
Glacier that his company is busy now
arranging plans and specifications, and
that it is the intention to begin the work
of construction as soon as possible, and
to have the hotel open some time this
summer A number of wealthy Port
landers are backing the enterprise, and
it is their intention to make the hotel
headquarters for their summer outings.
The hotel will be known as the Country
The site for the proposed Inn is on the
sloping bank of tin Columbia to the west
of town near the old ice house site. The
location is a perfect wooded park, with
large oak groves, and evergreens of pine
and fir. A splendid view of Mount
Adams is obtained to the north, while
the broad Columbia is spread out in
front. It would be hard to find a more
sightly or picturesque location for the
Country Club Inn.
In addition to the hotel proper, cot
tages will be built and walks and drive
ways will be constructed throughout the
woods. Hood River is almost as famous
for its pleasure as a summer resort as
for its strawberries and apples, and the
hotel will be built to accommodate trie
large Hinount of tourist and pleasure
travel which wishes to visit Hood River,
not only in summer but during the
w hole year.
"Mark my prediction." said Mr. Er
win, w ho is very enthusiastic over the
prospect, "in five years there will be a
dozen such hotels scattered through
out Hood . River valley. When
the road is opened to Lost lake we ex
pect to arrange accommodations for out
ing parties at the lake and in the moun
tains. During the l'.K)5 fair there will be
a great many people attracted to Mount
Hood and other scenic points in our
vallev. This will make lots of business.
The Hood River public school has a
very creditable library. The total num
ber of volumes amounts to 450. Of
this number 95 books were added to
the list during the past year.
Dukes Valley School Report.
The following is the renort of the
Dukes Valley school, district 74, for the
month ending May 15:
dumber ol days taught, L'U; days
present, 23; days absent, 7: times tar
dy, 1; average number belonging, 14;
average daily attendance, lift.
.those on the roll of .honor, for the
1 lovd IJodaon,
Uiose who visited
Reduces Tardiness at School.
Profewsor C. D. Thompson, principal
of the Hood River public school, has
completed his annual report to the
board of directors A comparison of
the statistics given below for the past
two Nears shows a remarkable decrease
in the absence and tardiness, consider
ing the large increase in enrollment.
"There were two methods used to en
courane attendance." said Professor
Thompson in response to the question
how it was done. "The first method
was that of irivina a half holiday once
month to the room which had the
Miiallest lercent.:i!e of tardiness at the
end of each month : the second method
was the presentation of certificates of
punctuality to each pupil of the school
who was neither tardy nor absent during
the year. These certificates were fur
nished through County Superintendent
Gilbert, and the Hood River school
granted :!0 at the close of the school
"I found the first method very effect
ive with the children of the lower
grades, and it was really amusing to
watch the attempts at coercion
made l)v a room of first-graders
upon a liitle, unfortunate who happened
to lie t lie least bit tardv.
Follow mi are the names of those
pupils who were neither absent nor
tardv ilurina the school term of eiuht
. iiioii't hs. w hich ended April 17, ItKKi,
em li of uhom reeeived a certilcate of
t lara Kami,
I. .. (i.ui.t,
the school during
the month were: C. L. Gilbert. MeS'
dames A. T. Dodge, W. C. Dodge, Nellie
Stanton and Miss Ellen Dodge.
Ula ISokman, teacher.
New Hotel on River Street.
A new hotel will be built on the site
of the Artisan hall, formerly the old
1... nn Tliiw.utnui, Tlio hi.il.l
ing is estimated to cost nearly $3,500
and is being put up by the Artisan
Building Society, consisting of Er. F.
C. Brosious, C. A. Bell, J. H. Koberg.
P. Uateuaiu, 11. C. Hatebam. T. C.
Dallas and W. H. Pugh. The first three
named are the directors of the com
pany, and A. r. Batenam is secretary.
Belieu & Rea have contracted for the
carpenter work, and work is to be
completed by July 1.
1 lie lintel win occupy the middle lot
facing River street. Workmen are now
engugeu in moving the old box factory
to the rear ol tue lot wiiere it win De
fixed up as part of the hotel. The new
building will be a two story structure,
9ti feet by 30 feet in extent.
Weekly Crop Bulletin.
Portland, May 19, 1903. The week
has been cooler than usual, and much
needed rains have occurred in Southern
Oregon and a few light showers fell in
the eastern sections oi me state. io
damaging frosts have been reported,
but high winds have siigiuiy injured
the wheat crop in Umatilla county and
retarded the growth in Union county.
Wire and cut worms are also reported
to be doing slight damage in some sec
tions, but in general the condition of
wheat, oats.barley and rye is promising,
although these crops are backward.
Grass and pasturage are now making
splendid growth in the western part of
the state, and the flow of milk in the
dairy districts is excellent, both as to
quantity and quality. fcMieep shearing
is advancing siowiy, anu me cup con
tinues to be reported light.
lowing laud lor summer iallow 18
nearly completed, and corn land is
mostly all planted. Corn is coming up
slowlv. owing to the cool weather. Re-
norts Irom Ihe nop growing uismcis are
that the crop is quite uneven, and the
number of missing hills is much greater
than usual. The new yards are doing
better than the ml ones. Gardens and
potatoes aie promising. Sugar beet
planting is well advanced and the plants
are coming up to goou nanus.
Uenorts on fruit are somewhat con'
dieting, with the prospects favorable for
good crops of berries, cherries, pears
and plums. Peaches will be light, and
it is too early to estimate closely regard'
Excursion to Portland May SI.
The brotherhood of railroad trainmen
t ill irive their third annual excursion
to Portlatid.Sunday. May 31. The round
trio fare from Hood Kiver will De 11.2a,
A special train will leave The Dalles on
a schedule to be arranged later. Special
trains will also be run on the Southern
Pacific. The excursionist will be en
tertained at Hawthorne park with sen
rational acrobatic feaw, fencing, clowns,
colored jubilee singers, imperial troupe
of Japanese acrobats, and many other
features. The excursion is given for the
iinrnoee of obtaining funds to assist sick
and disabled railroad men and their
sions with good soil. Those who turned
out for this work were: S. B. Egbert,
John Hinrichs, James McClintock, Rob
ert and Ernest Rand, Albert Garrabrant,
D. N. and Ed Byerlee, M.Lauffenberger,
Robert Foley. The supervisor prom
ised three teams, which dwindled down
to one team and driver. They were both
good workers, however, and were made
good use of. Tuesday, W. 8. Boorman,
Charley McVay and Mr. Powell worked
on their portion of the road. If other
citizens along the road who were invit
ed to the party had come they would
have been able to have made the road
good to the city limits, as it was they
reached the foot of the last hill on their
part of the road. It is hoped that the
others, who could not attend Monday,
will finish the job, which will not take
them more than a half a day, and thus
nit the road in excellent condition for
auling berries. If all the users of the
state road would take an equal interest
n it the road could be made one of the
best and pleasantest drives in the valley,
but as long as the only interest some
of the heaviest users manifest is to haul
big loads of lumberover it regardless
of lis condition, the prospect is not very
encouraging to those who would
Basket Social Saturday Night.
The Order of Washington will give a
basket social in Odd Fellows' hall Sat
urday night of this week. A short lit
erary and musical programme will be
given. The ladies of the order are re
quested to bring baskets filled with
lunch, and all lady friends of the order
are cordially invited to come also, and
bring a basket of lunch and a man; the
one to be sold and the other to buy, and
thus help us to celebrate our first anni
versary, ihe proceeds irom the sale ot
the baskets will be used to procure uni
form regalia, etc., for the union. At
the last meeting of the union the mem
bers were treated to a dainty lunch of
cake, sandwiches, pie and coffee, served
by the Misses Emalie and Jane Coates,
who furnished the refreshments entire
There are no members of the union who
are deserving of greater credit, or who
are more faithful to the interests of the
order than the Misses Coates, and the
union gladly tendered them a hearty
vote of thanks for their generous thought.
fulness in providing such a hue lunch
A novel feature of the lunch was, that
on each plate was placed a neatly writ
ten slip of paper bearing quotations from
three popular authors, the same quota
tions being on each paper, and a prize
of a tine chcolate cake was offered to
the one naming all, or at least two of
them. The prize was won by Mrs. D
N. Byerlee, who named two out of the
Foilowing is the programme arranged
for Saturday evening:
Introductory remarks A. C. Staten
Instrumental ML Hood Orchestra
Recitation Kmma Noble
Violin and cuitar Byerlee and Rand
Km Hal loo uwen nickeii
ISolo. Miss Kdith Uili
Recitation ........Mtas Lulu Absten
tioug ... Mr. Dunbar
Recitation - Earl Kby
Select reading ....D. N. Byerlee
Keciiauon ... vera wooisey
Inwtrumental ML Hood Orchestra
Ciosniff remarks C. L. Oopple
urapnopnone concert during luucn uiur
Farmers Improve State ftord.
The JHate road tins been neglected by
the supervisors during the past year,
and some of the citizena living on the
load volunteered, sionaay, w pui ii
mndition for haulinu berries by remov
ing the atones and filling up the depres-
The city council met Mouday night
for the first time in the new city hall.
Some one had arranged a short cir
cuit with the electric light system and
for an hour or more the city was in
darkness, so the city marshal was dis
patched tor lanterns and kerosene lamp
When these were lighted. Mayor .Coon
called the lawmakers to order, looked
around and found a full attendance
Council men Blowers, H. F. Davidson
P. S Davidson, G. J. Gessling, Ed
Mayes and George I. Prather 'Recorder
Nickelsen and Marshal Cunning.
Committee reports occupied most of
the short session.
The finance committee returned the
reports of the treasurer and the marshal
and announced the same correct.
AD incomplete verbal report was
made on the tiling of the plats of the
Coe and Clark additions. The Coe addi
tion plat whs not at hand, and the ques
tion of jurisdiction m regard to the
Clark plat wasn't quite clear with
some ot the councilmeu. The matter
ended where it began.
Ihe streets and public property com
mittee reported the city hall completed
and Councilman Gessling moved that an
order for payment be drawn on the
building fund in favor of the contractors
when tlie contractors satisfied the com
mittee that all bills had been paid.
Ordinance No. 74, granting the Hood
River Lumbering company the right to
atring wire in the atreeu of the city
wai given further reading and final pas-
Lounci.man i, ti ci airman oi me
committee on printing and police. report
ed that Jack Allen had beed hired aa
night watch at a salary of f0 a month.
He also reported complaints as to the
dangerous chimney on the old armory
building, ihe nre anu water committee
was instructed to investigate.
Councilman Prather of the special
street committee submitted the field
netes and report of the surveyor on his
work on the proposed street alona the
east line of Paradise farm. The report
was read in full by tbe recorder. On
motion the report of the committee was
accepted and a continuance of their ser
vices waa ordered to ascertain what ar
rangements must be made with property
owners to open the street.
11. . Davidson reported tor the sewer
committee that Mr. Paget had written
he would be here last week to make sur
veys, but nothing has been seen of him.
While the finance committee reviewed
some claims against the town the other
councilmen rubbed their eyes, which
smarted from an abundance of fresh
paint on the walls, and inspected the
new jail in another room.
The following bins were allowed and
Li ttenderson, survey work 133 uu
Wm Stewart, furniture 20 25
E Rand, supplies to marshal 2 50
Mt Hood Lumber Co 3 12
The 1250 bond of Jack Allen, as night
watch, with D. A. Turner and H. F.
Jochimsen, bondsmen, was accepted and
the council adjourned.
A Farce in Sine liming.
The baseball editor took in tbe exhi
bition of the national game, Sunday
afternoon on the hill, and has furnished
the following account of what he saw:
The striking feature of the game was
Pine Root" Graham's playing in left
garden, where, in bis attempts to cor
ral some oi me "uigu .ones ' lie con
structed a little wire fence around
an 8x10 space, but in his efforts to get
the "high ones" Into the corral lie
would, iu bis mad dushings after them.
grab out a few stumps and break down
a tew young pines. Another feature of
tue game was "Barber" liaynes' base
running. On any hit he would make
second base by his familiar method of
short cuts." The playing of "Count"
Mvrkham was also another feature, in
the way that his big basket, which he
had to catch the ball, would always be
on the wrong hand, hence he would
always receive it on the fingers. "Sir"
Williams is without doubt the best
second baseman, though a little stiff.
We advise him to keep on, as he will
mprove. "Deeze" Davidson is so famil
iar with the game and not the bat that
no particular mention in regard to bis
ability is needed. "Lefty" Fleming is
a very shifty player, but makes a better
Of "the not so many" all did work
that was a treat to the 1350 fans who
were present, but a very exciting thing
happened and bad it not been for our
police department, a serious riot would
have taken place, all due to the "bum
piring" of "Indicator Holder" Foster,
whomadesome of the rankest decisions
ever heard here. The two teams have
an ill feeling toward each other, so
come to see the next game; an excit
ing time is assured.
Ihe teams had positions as follows:
The Not so Many : "Bumbes" Dav-
idson, catcher; "Logger" Morse, pitch
er; "Moose" Sheets, short stop; "Blue
Jeans" Fabrick 1st base; "Depot"
Hayne9,2d base; "Razor Back" dinger,
3d base; "Mne Spot" Hemnian, right
field; "Flagstaff" De Witt, center field;
JNager" nukes left field.
The Ilus Been Once:- "Barber
Haynes, catcher; "Band" Sawyer,
pitcher, "Slow Poke" Ulricb, shortstop:
couut" Markham, 1st base; "Sir"
Williams, 2d base; "Lefty" Fleming, 3d
base; "Deeze" Davidson, right field;
'Duke" Rand, center fleld;"Pine Root"
urauam, leu Held.
Charles Foster, Bum pi re.
Governor Steuueiiuerg- In Hood River.
Hon Frank Steunenberg, ex-governor
of Idaho, and Senator John Kincaid
were in Hood River this week, leaving
Wednesday afternoon for Portland,
where the gentlemen expect to meet
President Roosevelt and then to con
tinue on to California. Governor Steun
enberg and Senator Kincaid are among
the nnauciai backers of the tlood Kiver
Irrigating company. Accompanied by
Colonel J . C. Bryant they drove to the
headgate of the canal above Winans
and returned by way of the East Side.
Although having but a limited time iu
which to see the vallev. the governor
expressed himself as highly pleased
with everything he saw. The fruit in
dustry particularly appealed to him as
he is a horticulturist of ability. In Ida
ho he is interested in lanze apple orch
ards and also has a great deal of capital
invested in irrigating systems.
"ihe possibilities of your valley are
surprising," said the former Idaho ex
ecutive, "I had no idea of the resources
of Hood River, and shall be delighted to
return at my earliest opportunity and
spend more time among your orchards."
uovernor oieunenbern became lamous
for his effective methods in suppressing
the riots in the Wardner coal fields sev
eral years ago. He was also a newspaper
man at one time.
Ted' Tour in Oregon.
President Roosevelt's itinerv in
Oregon will be like a streak of light
ning, towit: Ashland, May 21, at 6:45
a. ui., stop of 15 minutes; Roseburg,
Eugene and Albany, platform view;
Haleni,9a. ui., leaving at 12:01 p. oi.;
Portland, 2:15 p. m., leaving May 22, 8
a. ui., for Puget Bound, where he will
stop several days.
Programme in Portland will be a
streak of greased lightning also, towit:
Battery salute at Union depot at 2:15
p.m.; enter carriages for procession at
2:20 p.m.; perambulate town to West
Park and Salmon at 2:50 p. to. ; review
procession until 4 p. ui.; reach city
park and dedicate monument to Lewis
and Clark at 4:30 p. m.; Portland hotel
6:30 p. m.; 50 a plate at 8 p. ui.; 60
guests and presidential party of 22;
wine and wassail until 12 p. ui.; sleep;
breakfast at 7 a. in., May 22; Puget
sound train at 8a. m. Zip, bang! Gone.
Is displayed by many a man enduring
pains of accidental cuts, wounds, bruises,
burns, scalds, sore feet or stiff joints,
But there's no need for it. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure
the trouble. It's the best salve on earth
for piles, too. 25o at Clurke's, druggist.
Presbyterian One nil Assembly.
For the above event, to occur at Los
Angeles, Cal., May 23 to June 2, tickets
will be sold as follows: From Portland
via steamer, $37.60; via rail all the way,
$39.90. For full particulars call at O. R.
& N. office, E. W. Quarles, agent.
Get your abstracting done at the of
fice of BARNES, the real estate man.
The Christian and His Echo.
The following poem was read by Mrs. Mary
E. Jackson at the literary of the woman's al
liance of the Unitarian church, lust Friday,
and Is published by request:
True lalth, producing love to God and man,
bay, Echo, is not this the Uospol plsuf
The Gospel plan.
Must I my faith and love to Jesus show,
By doing good to nil, both friend and foe?
Both friend and foe.
But If a brother hates and treats me ill,
Must 1 1 el ii ni him good, and love III in still?
Love him still?
If he my fallings watches to reveal,
Must 1 his Inn Us as earelully conceal?
As carefully couceal.
But If my name and character be blast,
And cruel malice, too, n long time last;
And, If I sorrow and affliction know,
He loves lo add unto my cup of woe;
In this uncommon, this peculiar case,
Sweet Echo, say, must I still love and bless?
Htlll love and bless.
Whatever usage ill I may receive,
Must 1 be patient Alll, and still forgive?
Be patient still, and still forgive.
In the Circuit Court of the Hlate of Oregon,
for the County of Wasco.
Joseph A. Knox, pluinliff, vs. Katuruli D.
Knox, defendant. Suit for Divorce.
To Katurah I). Knox, the above named:
In the name of the State of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appear and answer the
complaint tiled against you in the above en
titled suit, on or before six weeks from the
2d day of April, 1!K, and if you fail to
answer, the plulmin" above-named will take
judgment against you for want thereof, and
willapply to the court foi the relief prayed for
in the complaint on tile herein, to-wil; That
the bonds of matrimony now existing be
tween you and the plaintiff herein be dissolv
ed and forever annulled, and for general
This summons Is served upon yon by pub
lication thereof once a week for six consecu
tive weeks, and for seven consecutive inser
tions, in the Hood River Glacier, a newspaper
ofgeneral circulation, designated as the one
most likely to give you notice, published
weekly In Wasco county, State of Oregon, and
Is so served by virtue of an order duly made
and entered herein on Hie i'fd day of March
A. D. HUM, by the Hon. W. 1.. Bradshaw,
Judge of the Circuit court aforesaid. The dat
of said order is March 'IS, WKi, and tbe dale
of the first publication of said summons and
this notice Is April i, 1W.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON,
ml5 Attorney for l'tainllff.
Dated, Hood River, Oregon, March &, 11HB.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, Vancouver,
Wash., April 1)0, W0S. Notice is hereby
given that In compliance with tbe provisions
of the act of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands In the
stales of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Tern lory." extended to all
the public land stales by act of August 4, 18W2,
WILLIAM H. CAMERON.
Of Portland, county of MuUnomah, state of
Oregon, bus tins aay niea in mis omce nis
sworn stntement No. 304i for the purchase of
the west half southeast quarter and east half
southwest quarter ol section o. mi. in town
ship No. 6 north, range No, 11 east, W. M.,and
will otter proof to show that the land sought
Is more valuable for lis timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before the Register and Re
ceiver of this office at Vancouver, Wash., on
Tuesday, tue th day of September, ma.
He names as witnesses: Frank E. Harbow.
John E. Hlght, B. Hosmer and U. L. Bow
man, all of Ooldeudttle, W ashington.
Anv and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims in this office on or before said
8!h day of September, 1M.
m7j,vw niAiNK n. v auuuaw, negister.
Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., May 8,
140;). Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settlers have tiled notice of their In
tention to make final proof In support of their
claims, and that said proof will be made
before W. B. I'resbv, United States Cominls
sloncr for district of Washington, at his office
in Goldendale, Wash., on Monday, June '11,
ELMER E. WRIGHT.
Homestead Entry No. 1010, for the W K of SE
feet Ion 6 and NW of NEi and NE of
NW M of section 7, townsinp o norm, range ii
east. w. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon ana cuillva
tion of said land, viz;
Kred Stoller. William P. Stadelman, Arnold
Anrlg and Rush Selllnger, ail of Trout Lake,
M ARVILLA KNIGHTON.
Homestead Entry No. law, for the W of
N W Vt of section is ana w otsw vt ot sec
tion in, ana sf, oi ist, yt m seciion u, town
ship 5 north, range 11 east, W. M.
She names the following witnesses to prove
ber continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion or sa a ana. viz:
Leonard Stump and Jens Chrlstenson of
Fuldu, Wash., and Elmer .E. W right and
Oourtland Chapman of Trout Lake. wash.
mlilelS FRANK E. VAUUHAN, Register.
The Kind Wilson Makes.
I have rentod the second story of the old
armory where a force of men, hoys and girls are
husy sewing- hallocks and nailing up crates. Come
examine our work, and be convinced that the
crates nre the best ever sold in Hood 1 liver. The
material is all spruce. You can't find neater or
stronger berry crates anywhere. The hallocks are
cut with a V-score, making the firmest hallocks
The crates are now ready to haul out. During
the shipping season there will be plenty of crates
at my warehouse on the railroad track.
Our supply of fresh incuts is always the heHt the market affords. We sell
Sirloin Steaks at 15e per lh., and other choice meats at lowest prices. Cull on
us for Chickens for Sunday or week day dinners. We handle the Hillwood
Creamery Butter none better it) market.
We will Meet all Honorable Competition.
America's BEST epub
Hood River Opera House.
GEO, T. PRATHER, Manager.
The Best Ever
A company of talented players, presenting the fol
lowing successful plays:
'In Nevada," "Diamonds
Monday, May 25.
Admission loc, 2."c, and o(V. Tickets on sale
al Clarke's Drug stoi-e.
HOOD RIVER COMMERCIAL CO.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
tand Office at Vancouver. Witts!).. May 9.
1WM. Notice is here'ty Klven that the follow
ing-named settler I; us tiled notice of hin in
tention to make rtnal proof in support of liin
claim, and tlmt said proof will henimlc hi-fare
the HeglMter ana Keceiver u. s. Land imWe at
Vancouver, wash,, on .nine viz:
JOHN ii. l'KUHY.
Who made Homestead Kntry No. 10112, for
the east nortnwertt i ana w"t northeast
quarter ritvOou 23, townwlnp 4 noriii, rauge 11
east. W-. M.
He names the tollowinjr witnesses to prove
his continuous residence uuon and cultiva
tion of Raid land, viz:
Jacob N. Locke, Daniel I), t'ndcrwood, Jas
per Gunning and Frank Ledlord.ail of White
mHjel8 Fit AN K K. VAUviHAN, Hctfinter.
Tlmlier Land, Act June :l, lS7s."j
NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION.
United KtHtes Land Office, Vancouver,
WhsIi.. May UKct. Notice is hereby tfiven
that in compliance wil ii the provisions of the
act of congress of June 3, 17!$. entitled "An act
for the sale oi timber lands in the htm en ot
California, Oregon, Nevada, and W lii iiton
Territory," a extended to all the jjubiic land
states by act of August L wt
MAOOII: A. KKKI'S
of Fold a I. O., county of K lick itat, stale of
Washington, has this day nted oi this omce
her sworn statement. No. I, for the pur
chase of the lot 1; south 'r,of the northt-asi
anu ine uortuwusi yoi ui souiui'adi oi sec
tion No. 1, in townhiiip No. o north,
range No. 11 east, W. M., and will otter proof
to show that tue land sought is more valua
ble for its timber or stone titan for airricul-
tural purposes, and to erduldish lu-r etaim to
said land before W. H, Fresby. United Mates
Commissioner for district of Washington, hi
his omce at uoldf iidale, Wash., on iuesduy,
the 21st day of July, 1!.
Nhe name. as witnesses: Daniel W. I'teree of
Goldendale, Wash.; Jiulcy D. Cole, John
U. Wyers and hamuel M. Cole of r uidu.WaMi.
Any mid all persons claiming adversely t he
abovtHl escribed lands are requested to tile
thetrclaims in thlsomceouor belore smhwim
dsv of Julv, h:i.
mljjyltf FltANK E. VAUUHAN, Kcgtster.
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
territory," as extended to all the public land
states by act of August 4, lmw,
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, iias this day tiled in this office his
sworn statement, No. ;'J25, for the purchase of
the east half southwest quarter and west half
southeast hi section 14, township No. 5 north,
range No. nJeast, W.M.and wilt oiler proof to
sli'tw that the land sought is more valuable for
its timber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish his claim to said laud
before the Register and Receiver of this office
at Vancouver, Wash., ou Wednesday, the
2tith day ot August, i'Mi,
He names as witnesses: James R. Mason,
Crocket Castle, Susan W. Hrnlth ami Freston
W. Smith, all of Fnlda, Wash.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-dt'scriiied lauds are requested to file
their claims in this office on or before said
2t.th day of August, lW-i.
mTjyli FRANK K. VAUUHAN, Register.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1K78.
. NOTICE FUU PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, Vancouver,
Wash., May 6, W03, Notice is hereby given
that iu compliance with the provisions of
the act of Congress of June 3, 1H78. entitled
"An act lor the sale of timber lands in the
Slates of California, Oregon, Nevada, and
Washington territory," as extended to all the
Public Land Slates by act of Atiifhst 4, IsWi.
HTFPHfcN D. RONSKR,
of Olcuwood, county of Klickitat, state of
Washiiufton.ha this day filed in Ihisofllce his
sworn statement, No. Jl-ivi, for the purchase of
ihe lot I, northeast northwest and north
northeast of section No. 18, in town
ship No. ti north, range No. 'l east, W. M., and
will oiler 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 belore the Register and
Receiver of this office at Vancouver, Wash., on
Wednesday, theiUh day of September, llUKi.
He names as wiinesHcs: Albert Kuhnhau
sen, Myrtle Murker, Robert Barker and Charles
Marvin, all of (ilenwood. Wash.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
ataive described lauds are requested to tile
their claims in this office on or before aaid
Hid day of September,
imjyy FRANK L. VAUUHAN, Register.
ITimber Ijind, Act June 3, isr.J
NOTICE OK PUBLICATION.
United States Iand Office, Vancouver,
Wash., April A, Notice is lien ny given
that in compliance with the provision,., oi the
act of eon grey of June ;t. lrh, entitled "An act
for the sale ot timber lands in the siatt-s ot
California, Oregon, Nevudu and Washington
territory," as extended to al! the public laud
stale by act of AuguM 4, W'-!,
OUSTAVL A. KAsPKR.
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, baa tins day filed in this otli'-e his
sworn statement, No. Kll, tor the purchase of
the lots 3 sud 4, and souiti , north weM of
section No. 4. in township So. tt north, range
No. 10 east, W. M., and will idler prttof totdiow
that the land sought Is more valuable for Its
timber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish his ciaon to aid tand
before the Rernter and Kfciver ot this oihce
at Vancouver, Wuh., ou W ednesuay, the
lifth day of August, ivavi.
He names as wituesM: William M. Camp
fleld, Peler Smith, William Roof and Chitst
Uuier, allot Trout Ijtke, w
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands nr requested to file
thetrclaims In this ottW on or before said
ivth day of August, I.
m7Jy FRANK K. VAUUH AN. Register.
Timber Ijind. Art June X pvU
NOTICE OH PCBLK'Ai ION.
United Rlates Int OrTkT Vancouver,
Wash- April Jit. !. Notice is hereby g veil
that in compliance with lite provSMoit of Hie
art ol eongr oi June a, iv s, enwuei -An
act lor the sale of limber laud in the ittaU ol
. Writo for catalojruo of Aer
Maier & Schanno,
The Dalles, Or.