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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THUBSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1904.
Are there characters In the home
family? There surely must be. There
' la touch of pathos In the Incident
that closed the career of Frank, the
outlaw and afterward favorite hone of
the Little White Htore people. HtroiiK,
nervy and almost uneontrolaule,yl
when subdued, tame and kind yet
most unfllnchlnir when In the harness.
he marched fearlessly Into the jaws of
death, without a niumipr. jjsst wea
uendsy was a sad, weary day for the
writer as be dug a (rave and laid hint
to rest near the spot win re he gave up
his life. Mis mate, Harry, shed not a
tear but today as I write lie is nervous
and lonely In the big tll that once
held them both.
Frank died In the harms, shall we?
Last week Hhelly & Bon shipped to
Arlington over lull ricks of wood not
withstanding the hard luck they en
countered, and this week the shipment
will be iiioreaaod.
Dr. Jones and family of White 8al
, man have been spending a week at
Odell visiting friends. Last Thursday
be and M. I). Odell made a trip to
Cloud Cap Inu, and while there
climbed the mountain as far as Coop
This week the pipe Hue of the East
Fork Irrigating Co. will be tested, and
water running over the high district
between here and Kiel creek. This suc
cessful termination of this project I
nailed situ (lcjlglit and will soon arid
increased value to the adjacent land.
Next bear will unfold a marvelous
tale fer Eml Hood Jtlver valley,
F. W. Angus on the West Hide ha
firoven beyond question . that diversi
led farming will pay in Hood River
valley. While removing wood from
his place last week we were delighted
and surprised at the results. He has
parsnips, carrots, potatoes, pumpkins
and hay. liesides, he is turning oil'
4UU ricks or wood. Air. Angus Is a pro
gressive rancuer and Is getting quite a
herd of jerseys and is soou to go Into
the dairy business. Why not en
courage a cheese factory or a condensed
cream factory here? With the elarging
or tns ctover news mis should prove a
The tamllies of William Ebrek, Thos.
Lacy, James Kggert and Mr. Runcorn,
spent Sunday ou Udell creek on the
The James fcggert plao. The over
hanging, leafy forest there furnishes a
a charming retreat during these warm
dHys,snd they bad a jolly good time.
Mr (iarhade and a friend from Port
land, In oompany with the invincible
C. L. Rogers spent a day last week at
Willow flat, Mr. Uarbade Is liitereated
there in land with Mr. Rogers, aud is
Mr. Jones of Portland, who owns a
strawberry ranch near the splits!) dam,
called al Odell Huiiday" In company
with a capitalist looking for land. Mr.
Jones has ueiticutt rated the merits of
this country and is eutbuslastiu and
buoyant on his Hood River trips.
Hon, E. L. Niniih made sale of his
,20-sore timber tract near lbs Watt
orchard last week at flOO per acre to
a party In the East. The sale was
made by Mr, Bradley of Hood River,
friend of the party.
While the pessimist la harping on a
light berry crop, and foretelling all
kinds of evil; sales ars being made at
good prices and Investors art getting
their nmnev'a worth with eixul urn.
pect of doubling Just as ths land has
in miis section in tne laat two years.
Mr. Oalligan, brother of H, 8, Galll
gan of this section, visited litre laat
week. Mr (ialligan Is manager of
the foitiami branch of the Bottlou
Rubber Hhoe Co. Ha noted many
changes In Hood Jtlver valley since
his last visit and was delighted wltti
the outlook for the future,
alBO a member of (he firm of the Port
land Coffee and Spice company of Port-
Charley Roberts. Horn Wlnans and
II. F. Collins made a trip to Lost lake
last week. 1 uey round the natilng fair
ly liood. They report iiavlnir found
fish along the beach that bore evidence
or having been killed with an explo
slon of powder.
0. K. Blanchar and wife made i
pleasant call at the little White Store
Sunday. Mr. ltlauchar la cashier of
the Nrnt Itarlonal Hunk of HikiiI Klver,
This was their first look at Uaat Hood
River valley which proved a revelation
to them, itotn lie and his wire are
much pleased with Hood River. Mr.
lllancbar Is both capable and worthy
oi me reapuuaiuie position ne nils ami
is an acquisition to Hood River.
Miss Nettle Kemp cams up from
Portland last (Saturday lor a month's
vacation with her mother. Nettie Is
is always welcome st Odell, and we
trust that during- her visit we mav
have the pleasure of listening to anoth
er or her recitals. Mettle always pleas
es her audiences.
The work of wood hauling and news
garnering oo not go nana in band, but
the roruier is the harder or the two.
Mr. Davidson and wife, parents of D.
I. Davidson, left Saturday night for
tneirnome in rows, alter quite an ex
tended visit with their son. While
here he sold his willow Flat ranch to
uls son, and we congratulate D. L, on
acquiring a splendid home'
Mlas Wright of Hood River has been
employed as teacher In the nrlmarv
department of the Odell school. Miss
wrigtit is young lady of flue attain
ments and exceptionally worthy, pos
sessing rare qualifications, she comes
Into the school with a purpose which
if carried out will Insure success. The
community Is to be congratulated upon
securing sucu a competent class of
teachers and the school should rsuk
Ural class tula year.
W. U. Dodaon and family returned
last week from Barton, Or., where Mr,
Dodaon has been working for the naat
few mouths. Hilly says tie Is glad to
get oacs to rtoou uiver.
J. O. Cameron pulled his hay press
limit) auu win noi uaie any more until
the second crop of clover Is ready to
A. T. Dodge Is home Irom the baler
ror a tew days, putting up his Immense
crop or oariey nay which will yield
about 2,500 pounds of hay per acre.
J. Q. Carnahau returned from Slier
man county last Friday. He went up
to harvest fur J. W. Mixers, but on
account of some misunderstanding
between him and the straw boas, he
relumed home. J. Q. says be "don't
care, and didn't want to work up there
A stranger, lately from Kansas, was
roaming over the hills west of the val
ley last week, looking fur a homestead.
He came down the hill, and he said to
the first man he met that the people
. here were the biggest set of liars be
ever heard tell of. He said people told
him there were good homesteads ou
the bills west of Dukes Valley.
"Why," he said, "I would not take
that whole mountain up there if they
would give it to me." He said he was
going back to Kausxg an soon as the
good Lord would let him, but we know
he will chsnge his mind as soon as he
sets to camp and geU a irnod cup of
coffee and a slice of bacon. A man
will say most anything when he is
tired and hungry. . v"
Nearly every family In tlw valley Is
afflicted with the measles. Cuming in
tbe busy part of the season and the hut
weather together makes ll hard on us
all, but as long as nothing worse than
measles come we won't kick. .
Mr. Smith tells us that he Is pleased
to know that Mr. Vanderbilt Is finding
the small fruit of Jiuelalt Land to: be,
so profitable, hut he objects to the
statement made In our ltixt notes thai
be was In the habit of letting the fruit
go to waste. He says the only fruit
that went to waste was such ux his
neighbors would not have, for - the
Ilinrichs, Lage and Harbison broth
era' thresher will start on lis usual
rounds next Monday, - j; tii'i'ga' M".
Luge's place. K little more gin n t'ia .
usual will lie threshed i hU year, l-'i.r
awhile there were Indira Inns filial
grain raising In H od Klver J Valley
would become a thinle of ilie ir.-i. tml
clover meadows will run out and rota
tion of crops will probubly always
cttuae some grain to be grown.
An old horse with a bone spavin
about the size of a nail ,kcg has lava
ruuuing our roads during itlielpast
....... 1. ...U. . t
wcea. r.vervouw wuimj ;iemigen itlis
horse chooses to post himself near fuels
disgraced, reeiinx tnat the ' passer-ny
will count the ugly plug among the
belongings to the pniiieriy. We have
been unable to trace the ownership of
the horse, but in the interest of hu
manity and decency we hope that" the
owner will load his gun and lead this
poor old brute to a quiet, retired spot
and send him to horse heaven.
' THAT COl'NTV KOAO AOAIN.
The projected road along the JCnnt
Side of the old Harrison Coruni place
has kept the whole community agog for
many months, and the controversy
shows no sign of abatement. actional
politics is well mixed into the affair and
nearly every man one meets expresses
an opinion, either consciously or uncon
sciously, from a partisan standpoint. .
A few of us who are out greatly inter
ested have tried to take a neutral stand
hut those in this attitude have had a
hard time too. "No-mun-at-all, for not
coining out squarely for one side or the
other, ' is the way we are sized np. It
would be a reliet to know tliut the
whole matter would toon coma to an
end, if we were not aware that, since
we mortals are but fools anyway, as
soon ss one Incident of thin sort closes
another "just as good" is, sure to bob
up in its place. The writer knows how
to sympathize with those who have to I
aivo m niiuv in vtiiuttuiu iwiu iup-4ii puo-
-. ..i: -.4 -...i i i i. 1
110 goou, sua ne Dellcrel It to be no
more thau fair that a reasonable sum
lor damages should lie allowed. The
public must and will have roads, how
ever, and those who try to block' the
way bv asking extortionate danism
usually diecover that "sirree with thine
adversary quickly, etc." applies here us
wen as in some other mutters. The
road in question opens up a territory,
Isrirelv unimproved, of not less tluin
700 or 800 acres in extent, which has no
IhUTHecting road, tracts of this nUe
are not held, nowadays, In Hood Klver
valley by a few; individuals, either to
their own or to public advantage, and
at least one road through , this tract is a
justifiable request. ' "
No road bus ever been opened .in the
country without eriticism or opposition.
and if opposition would kill mads, East
iKMHi uiver woiiki sun una mock range.
Wherever a new road lina been opened
in this community, developments have
negun at once wuicn nas greatly en
hanced values near it. and not infre
quently has enabled those who opposed
it to sell off their lands at double the
price they could otherwise have oh
tained. F urthermore, we have noticed
that whenever one of thtw road squab'
Dies bCKtna, the true merits ot the case
ran never be determined by the size of
either the petition or the remonstrance,
A request for a road by a doxen land
owners in the vicinity, uniiiiIIv implies
that a road is needed, and when the
whole community nmt lie scouri d near
and far fur signatures, by both petition
era ami remount rutors, it Is sale to sny
not one signer In three, on either sid
has tiikmi tne real merits ol the case 111
Such a body as an impartial court
and hoard of viewers ought to be avail
aide and their honest decision, after
weighing all the evidence, is of far more
value man anything that cun be evolved
from a factional right.
Who said it was hot? , -
Uncle Kd Calkins has returned from
his visit to the W illamette valley.
ureen apples ana cucumbers are
causing some sickness and pain In this
Cass I us A. lllckle of the Parkertnwn
settlement was visiting I). N. Hyerlee
Hob Uarrahrant, Roy Kastiimu and
Charles McV'ay went lo the harvest
fields last week.
Joseph Dobson has finished his new
bouse and Is now living at hnme. '
Rob Rand says he will have to brlnir
sun against uis neighisirs becuuse thev
are spraying, aud it is drivlmr all their
apple pests over to his place. f
Ths youna- folks of Franklon and
Belmont united last Saturday evening,
and gave Miss May McVay a surprise
party by moonlight In ('lifton park
Mr. Mc ay and family are oaiupliiit in
the park enjoying the cool shade, good
spring water aud mountain scenery,
School will begin the first Momlav
In September, with Professor (J. W.
Brown at the helm. Miss Anna Sbeu
will have charge of the intermediate,
and (Stella Drown will have her old
Klace in the primary, and Carrie Ilyer
le wielding the birch down at Colum
bia. M. K. Noble and family were guests
at tbe Oakdale ranch Sunday.
Miss Susie Moltr came down from
The Dalles a few days ago and Is visit
ing with her mother for a few weeks.
Charles Itawson, of the firm of Stan
tou & Rawson.ls back from The Dalles,
where lie has visited for several weeks.
A party composed of A. I. Mason and
family, Mrs. Mctilll, Miss McCiill, Wil
liam McOlil and Martin Dragseth last
Saturday started for Cloud Cap Inn for
a week's outing.
L. K. Clark reports a moot enjoyable
time on his trip to his boyhood home
on Illinois. Mr. Clark spent a few
days at the St Louis fair, but thinks
one ought to spend a month there In
ordei to get the full benefit of that. Im
mense show. - '
Mrs. Edward Hawks Is chapemnlna-
a crowd of campers at some, point be
tween here and the snow line on
Mr. aud Mrs. ?, : D. Roardniuil are
spending a week st Collin's sprlugs.
Rev. W. C.Evaiia of the M.K.church
of Hood River, held services last Sun-
day at Pine Grove, when the church
received au additio'n of two full mem
berships. ' ,
Mrs. Jessie Landreth -and daughter
of Hacraiiieuto, Cal., are vislling for
a month with Mrs. Lsudreth's mother,
Mr Mrs. T, Q, Rice. t f
"HarryTIerbrlhg of The Dalles was
visiting on the Kast Side this week.
There has never been a better pros
pect fr an excellent cropof apples than
at present. The trees are Ipaded with
good si.ed fruit, which has commenced
to color nicely.
Warren Wells lost s Jersey Cow last
week, which in some way ate a stick of
dynamite, dying about an hour after
ward. ' ': ' ' -' '
The carpenters aud bouse movers
are at work ou the addition to our
school house. , . , . -
- i r , .
- The red fire signal Monday night ou
(he summit of Mount hood was wit
nessed by residents of this neighbor
Mr. (i lesson is building an addition
to I.U iihidei-c. Ch It Sears doing the
1 .. ' .
. , vi 111111111 rirrv nax the liimtier i n
the ground, for a new residence, which
itniet mean that .Mr. Terry has given
up all Intentions of moving back to
IThe mill had two small fires in the
roof last Friday, but they were discov
ered in tune to prevent any damage
being done. Had Ihey not lieen noticed
whey they were we would very likely
nave uau a oig ore.
Mark Davenport had au encounter
with some yellow jackets last Thurs
day, which he did not enjoy. Mark
says they were allogther too affection
itte, and he was tt slow In, taking his
leave or ttieiii. nut ni perore ttiev had
given him a few tokens of reurViu-
Miss Flora Taylor of Hood River was
a visitor in Bergertown over Sunday
witn tier sister, .11 rs. Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. Bilderback and child
left last week for Oklahoma, where
Mrs. Bilderbaok't parents reside, ' Mr.
Cunningham, her uncle, accompanied
mem. ( r . , t , f
Mr. Romero Las resigned his position
as bookkeeper and store attendant. He
and his wife left Monday for Portland,
wnere wr. ttomero expects to try dairy
lug on a small scale.
. TROUT LAKE. ;
Tbe-tioldendale Sentinel says:
The ditch question is becoming; verv
much agitated In this community. A
meeting was cauea juesday even in
to decide what could tie done.
seems that ths people feel that the lum
tier company is trying to take unralr
advantage of them, so thev propose to
put the water Into one ditch and tbey
uieiiiBeives return control 01 11.
Miss Janet Locy left here Monday
the ..18th for Ooldeudale. Sha has
la eii Die past year jieru as teacher of
ins primary room.
Peter 8chmldt( who- was seriously
injured last week, Is improving slowly.
Mr. Smith of Willie Salmon is spend
lug a few days at Trout Lake.
. The Jackson Road Case.
Hood River, Or., Auntist 2. Editor
Glacier: Referring to the article in
last week's Glacier headed, "Viewers
ravortho Road, the undersigned re-
monstratori wish to state . that though
the said viewers are not now viewers,
they were when the road was viewed,
and were under oath to "lay out and
view stud road faithfully and lmpar
tially" and not as, they "believe it
should lie built."
As to the dnniages claimed, we would
politely refer the gentlemen to the laws
of 1M)3, where they may learn that
claimants are not required to claim
damages when the viewers are in the
Held and tiiat the remonstrance, signed
by fifty or more remount tors as well
as the sworn damage bills, were filed
in court in due time, and the claimants
are and were properly in court- 1 ,
4 There must have been a severo case
01 yve Diinuness it viewers could see
great damage to some land, and none
to lands w here the proposed road should
run through orchards and fertile meiul
ows, and where fences would be required
to tie removed and buut.
As to the benefit to settlers, the pub
lic knows that there are now two roads
parallel about 80 rods on either side of
the proposed road.
The bill of rights in the Unite ! States
Constitution provides: .or shall pri
vate property lie taken for public use
without just compensation." The
Oregon constitution provides: "Private
pros3rty shall not be taken for public
use, nor particular service 01 any man
be demanded, without just compensa
tion; nor, except incase of the state,
without sin-h compensation tirst assessed
And tendered." It further provides:
"No person's property shall lie taken
hv anv eornoration. nndnr antlinritv nf
of law, without compensation being
first made and secured in such manner
us may be prescribed bv law."
11 tins ue not sufficient to protect a
cit lien in his property riiihts, what
would be? O. L ROBINSON.
R. H. GROSSER.
11 iiorifuNie mile out.' all in berries.
V ! I'ltllul location will be sold at a
""J, Two SO acre tracts, on K-ast 8We.
All at t upplua; beat varieties.
H. 34 at'ivs one mile, out, "set to ap
pics, pears, clover and strawberries.
4. 42 acres 4 miles out, 18 acres In
orchard III In full bearing. First-class
Improvements. A beautiful home.
f 5. 8tl icres ,1 acres 7-year-old apple
trees, Uilamw in clover and general
no minx, isew lour room house.
! 40 acres In the most beautiful por
tion of the valley. 4 aores in orchard
one ear old, 8),' acres In berries, 4
nert's In iiUalt'n, balance general farm
7 10 acres four miles nut; spleudld
soil; lucre apples, best varieties; one
year plai'lcd. acre, in strawberries,
ticres in poiiuoc, o acres in clover.
8. A i.umber of 10, 20 and 40 acre
tracts of unimproved land, that will
bear Investhtalloii. Also a iiumber of
large tracts from lot) to SJ0 acres in
Oregon and Washington.
Some few residences and lots In every
portion of the city.
W. J. BAKER,
Real Estate Agent,
Hood River, Oregon.
HOOD RIVER STUDIO,
W. D, ROGERS, Prop.
lligh-Grtitle Portraiture a
eixx-ialty. Amateur Supplies
Riverview Park and Idlewilde Additions
Best improvements are going west, following: the easy grades.
Streets are being opened, sidewalks laid and water pipes to furnish
spring water will be put in at once.
Hood River Development
PRATHER INVESTMENT CO.
y Selling Agents.
R. SMITH, Pres. ' F. 8. STANLEY"," Vice Tie-. K. 0. DUNCIIAU, Cashier
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
HOOD KIVEH, OHKCJOX., ,
Special attention paid to collections. Accounts of cor
porations, firms and individuals received upon the most
favorable terms consistent with conservative banking. ;
Now is the
Prion, lVjio, lio and to eaoli, according tc
Tools are ahead. High wheel
prices. We have the exclusive agency. Come see them.
NO. 4 FERTILIZER
If your strawberries are not in first-class condition
get some of the No. 4 fertilizer and strengthen them up.
This fertilizer helps the culls grow into good berries. Now
is the time to apply it.
FOR PLOWS AND CULTIVATORS
we are stocked with what you need. Get the old tools out
and either get new parts where needed, or new tools.
Time is too valuable to spend trying to make an old worn
out tool do your work when the season is short.
A car of Studebaker wagons now in contains some
special fruit growers' wagons with large size boxes, strong
neat and durable, at the same prices that have been asked
for less desirable styles. Don't fair to call and examine
them when they come in.
DAVIDSON FRUIT CO
R E. JACKSON,
Dealer in General Merchandise
and Lumbermen's Supplies,
Railroad Ties, Cordwood, Lumber and Cedar Posts
Telephone No. 31.
I win!) to state to the general
prepared to tent youreyen and tit
that will overcome all afflictions
weak eyei mat I tie Deal. ocucllnt ran help. Try tlie Um leell.
I have given this subject very close xtudy and can tell you by
examination lust what kind of Kinases your eyes tequira. Eye test
ed free and all glataenaold wit ha guarantee to tit your eves with es--peciMlly
gniund glaasea. If your eyes trouble you mid cause headache,
or throbbing pains with blurring vision when readingg or doing tine
work requiring close and steady obeervation, come In and let me ex
amine your eyes hy means of I he perfected American Optical Teeter
and secure relief and comfort by the use of properly-fitted glsea.
Tti put Hoyt's Patent
Tree hupjions on your fruit
trees. The cut shows how
thev work. Don't wait until
the trees are broken down or
. bent out of shape with heavy
loads of fruit. Put them on
now and save the trees. They
are permanent and stay for
years with a little adjust
ment of the wires. When
vou use these suDoorts vou
v as v
have no props in the way of
cultivators, and they are al
and first class at the right
HOOD RIVER, OR.
T IB 2v PLE,
t Has tlie Finest Display of
Wntches, Diamond and Gold Rings,
Cut Glassware, etc., in town.
All work neatly nnd oorr?etly done,
ettpeciall.v Hne Watch Repairing
1md adjusting. IieHH'iimlile price.
Do your Eyes
public that I am
vou with elnweii
of HtiniHtiMii, uear-i(rtedne and
The richest of pure cream; the Juice of ripe, fresh fruits; highest grade
" flavorings snd pure crystal, suar, carefully blended and frozen to a
creamy smoothness by skilled workmen. This is tbe only secret of ,
SWETLAND'S ICE CREAM
It Is absolutely pure and contains no secret powders or '"fillers." This
"Ice Cream of Quality" Is received finest) every 'day by .
TOMPKINS & J0CHIMSEN,
Sole Agents for Hood Hirer.
. Special rates made for picnics and parties.
Fbkk Sodvknib When visiting Portland, call at SwetlauJ's, 273 Morri
son St., and present this ad. You will receive free an attractive souve
nir for the table, . f . i
We are very busy
But not too busy, and are -always glad to see
new Customers as well as the old ones.
W. F. LARA WAY,
DR. of OPHTHALMOLOGY
Understands the eyes, their defects and their relation to
human ills. For headaches, pains above the eyes, dizzi
ness or nervousness resulting from eyi strain, call and s?e
me at Dr. Jenkins' office.
Graduate of McCormick's Opthalmie College; Chicago
College of Ophthalmology and Otology; post graduate of
McCormick Neurological College.
Spectacles and Eye Glasses Made to Order
Difficult Cases Solicited.
Stages to Cloud Cap Inn.
TICKET OFFICE FOR THE REGULATOR LINE OF STEAMERS
Hauling, Draying, Baggage. Transferred, First
Class Livery Turn-Outs Always Ready.
HOOD RIVER TRANSFER AND LIVERY CO.
COLUMBIA RIVER AND
NORTHERN RY CO.
Tim Schedule Effective June 28, MM.
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and
rKIDA i 8
Connecting at Lvle with Regulator
Line ateamera for Portland and way
MILKS LEAVE A.M.
0 Goldendale 6.30
7 Centerville 6.48
14 Daly 7.02
28 Wahkiacus 7.45
32 WriirtiU 7.55
3tt Gravel Pit 8.05
43 Lyle .....8.85
Train will leave Lvle on arrival of the
Regulator steamers from Portland.
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND
will leave Goldendale, 8:30 a.
id., connecting at Lvle with Steamer
Sadie B. for The Dalles, connecting
there with O. R. & N. Co. trains East
Time Schedule Str. "Sadie B ?
Effective, Juue 2S, 1901.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY8.
. .Cascade Locks
. ... Cantons
. . . Hood River . . .
....The Dalles ...
All Upper River boats connect nt
Lyle daily for Goldendale.
I am manufacturing at my
yard near Columbia nursery
south oi town, as line a qual
ity of common brick as can
be found in the state. Have
20,000 to 30,000 brick on
hand for inspection. Price
at yard f8 per thousand.
Come out to the yard and
see how we make brick.
A. T. ZEKK.
to ire No Roogb Bm
Or Other Work Laundered at the New
Our sleam-heated polishers eliminate
many of the aliuoyances of the old
fashioned ironerg. You
Ought to Drop in Once and See
Work called for and delivered. Tele
phone your orders.
Paradise Steam Laundry
HOOD RIVER, OR.
Mrtde-toorder ?mh hook for mil. Rise 11x16
Inches; o(IO Dunes; full lenlher hound; unit rul
ing; heavy linen paper. Trice J'LciO. Inquire
at Uiacler ollti. jmtf
Timber I Ana, AM June i, 1878.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United StntcM Ijind Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon. April 28, IWH. Notice la hereby Klven
that in compliance with the provlxlous of the
aci or congress of June S, IXTS, entitled "An
act for the ante of limber lands in tbe atatcsof
California. Orcxcm, Nevada and Washington.
Territory," as extended Ui all the public land
Kites by act of August 4. I8H2, the following..
named i-ersons have filed m tills oittee their
worn BtutenientM, towll.-
of Blackdiirl;, ixiunty of Beltrami, tat of
MlnneRout, sworn statement No. 2I.S.H tiled
Oetober o, 1WW, tor tlie purchase of the hl
of N snd r of S WW section , Uiwiishiu
2 uorlh, ranuen eust. W. M
KOHKRT W. CALDWELL;
of Ihe rallea.roiuity of Wasco, state of ore-
f..,.'. 'e"ieu o. i8.rn.nied Mav 18,
fur the purchase of the HWWSWw
llou andMK' section i, lownslilp a
uorth, iiiiige u east, w M
1'hat thev will r.tter proof in show that the
lund sought Is more valuable for Its tlmlieror
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish their claims to said, laud before the
Ileglster and iteceiver at The Dai lea, Oregon,
on August 11, ti. s
i.TI'rv..n1"!' "" wltnesseii: August Wolden or
Beinlajl Winiie-ota; Er,,ar Willa of fori laud.
Dr.; Louis Nelmn ot Deschutes, ot; s W t:ur
ranofVtento.tir; j b Brown, Kslpt. Jarvls,
Iharles Jurvis an I A L Hoadley of Jlooti
Klver, ur. w
Any and all !,, doming adversely the
bovelescribe.l lan.ls are requesteS W) file
their cialmi In ihisomceon or before said
lllh day of Aazut, IJD4.
mmjy; M ICHAKL T. KOLAS, Register.
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