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Kocd Iftver Slacier. Published every Friday by 8. F. Bl.YTHE. Terms of Subscription $1.50 a year when paid in advance; ti it not paiu in advance. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, ;S98. The wrangle over the election of a United Stales senator has again com me need in the legislature. Caucuses were held Monday night by the differ ent factions with no definite result. The regular republicans to t,he number of 36 met and cast 31 votes for Corbett, 4 for George and 1 for Simon. The an- ti-Corlieit republicans to the number of 22 met but took no action towards nominating a candidate. They seem ed ready to vote' for- any republican except Corbett. The fusionists to the number of 20 met and decided to give Judge Bennett of Wasco county their omplinientary votes. Representatives Morton and Roberts of Wasco county attended the regular republican caucus. Tuesday, the balloting began in the two houses, when Corbett received 36 . votes and Bennett 24, the rest scatter ing. It requires 46 votes to elect, and it is conceded by Corbett'a most aident supporters that he will never reach that number. The late J. N. Dolph had 44 votes on first ballot four years ago and then failed of re-election. The fight in the republican ranks is as bitter now as it was t lien, or two years ago, and the indications for a continued dead lock are very favorable. It is high time the farce of sending men to the legislatures to elect senators was done away with, but so long as the United States sena'e stands in the way of a constitutional amendment giving the people the right to elect by direct vote it will be a ' hard matter to make the change. ' ' ' ' .., . Our esteemed friend, M. A. Foltz editor of Public Opinion, Chambers- burg, Pa., recently read a paper before a local historical society, entitled "The German Influence in Pennsylvania," with special . reference to Franklin county. The article shows wonderful research and gives the Pennsylvania Germans equal standing with the Scotch-Irish for the influence they ex: erted in the educational, religious, ag ricultural, mechanical and commercial development of the Keystone state and the part they played in state-craft and war. Descendants of the "Pennsyl vania Dutch" have good reason to be proud of their ancestors, especially when I heir exploits are written by the editor of Public Opinion. The Lafayette memorial commission has been formed for the purpose of erecting a monument to the memory of Lafayette as a twentieth century tribute from the people, of this nation, to be unveiled with fitting ceremony July 4, 1900, and thus grandly celebrate . United States day at the Paris exposi- . tion. It is proposed that the cost of the undertaking, which is estimated at a quarter of a million of dollars, shall be defrayed by small contributions se ecured through the agency of the school children of our land. . October S)th, the anniversary of the surrender of Cornwullis at York town, Is the day ' which the schools of the United States are asked to recognizees Lafayetteday The bank of England has recently revoked the rule whereby it formerly refused to accept silver coins with holes in t hem. As such coins are merely token money, good as legal tender to only a trifling auiount, and making no pretense to having their face value in the metal composing them, a little more or less silver therein is a matter of,8iiia!l consequence. With gold coins the case is different, for their value de pends on the metal in them.' " The war lasted 114 days. Its actual expense to date was $141,000,000; re sultant future expenses many times that much. Thirty-five Spanish ves sels were destroyed; no American ves sels. Men killed, so far as kuowu, 279 Americans and 2,1 19 Spaniards; wound ed, 1,465 Americans and 2,043 Span iards.' The Portland Telegram says the milk dealers' union of that city has de cided to advance the price of milk from $1.75 to $2, on account of the high prioe of cows and scarcity of grass. Good cows cannot be bought for less than $50 to $60 now, while two years ago- they could be obtained for $25. Woes of the Country Editor. This everlasting quietness is getting awful monotonous. How do you ex pect us to find items unless you get in and do something? Give us a runaway, a tire, a fight, a suicide, anything if you can't uo any better, give us a birth to record. Wallowa Chieftain. There are 8,630 patent attorneys, so called, "doing business" in the United States a business depending in a large degree upon country advertising, paid for in exchange for a valueless 'Wash ington Letter' contuiningabsolutely no news or comment worthy of reproduc tion. This is one reasoiwwhy so many country publishers are so poor that they have to keep a cow and suck eggs for a living. Moro Observer. - This is perhaps our last issue in the old Herald building, as we will move into new quarters next week. There is an element of uncertainty about the lo cation of our future home, and we may be forced to print our sheet in the open air,uext week, with only the' brond canopy of heaven to shield us. If cuoh lv ttiv cuse, we beg that you kindly throw the warm mantle of charity over us and our faults. Antelope Herald. The writer the other day saw two old squaws dividing huckleberries. They poured out their berries upon an old dirty blanket, one that possibly had done duty for generations and had covered many a sore backed horse, and then were gathered up and put into their buckets after pickiugout the hairs They were all ready for market and no oouiit some one Is eating ttieiii on not cakes and smacking his lips. We are fond of huckleberries but don't want them from an Indian. Prine vilie Review. The Glacier hns a" complaint to make against its neighbors chickens roosting in the Ulacier wood tiouse If the owner will come and turn the fowls every evening so that their drop pings will not 'all on the wood there will lie no objection to their making lurtner use of the wood snea lor a roost ing place. . t Hood River at the Exposition. Hon. E. L. Smith returned from Portland on Sunday. He placed the Haod River exhibit of apples in the exposition and put up painted signs ana labels so that no one can mistake where the samples came from. There are 200 plates in the display, com pris ing 40"" varieties of apples. . The follow ing growers donated the samples: W.A. Slingerland, E. L. Smith, C.Dethman, IS. Locke, H. Lage, G. R. Castner, F. M.. Jackson, George Booth, Peter Mohr, E. J. Middleswart, Wm. Kennedy, Wm. Davidson, Wm.Ehrck.P.Koppke, Jacob Feak, W. V. Johnson, Mrs. (J, Koplin. A. W. King, John Hlnrichs, J . T. JNett, Warren Wells, W.J.Camp befl, R. Pealer, Harbison Bros. Aug. Paasch, D. H. Sears, J. F. Armor, Henry Hibbard. Mr. Smith says the rtooa Kiver display is tar abend or any that has been pi need up to the present. Harbison Bros.' banana apple attracted niuoli attention. . Most Likely a Fraud. Mr. George Booth received the fol lowing letter on Saturday from a lady acquaintance. Others may have re ceived similar letters. It may be all right, but on the face of it it looks like a good tbing for Miss .Natalia Schenck of Babylon. Long Island. The Red Cross society is doing noble work for the brave men who imperiled their lives lor our- country, but there are a good many ways to work upon the pa triotism of the people for the benefit of private individuals, and this may be one or tnem. uetore writing tour let ters to four of your friends and sending iu cents to Miss- .Natalia SchencK li might be well to inquire if anybody ever heard of the Ice Plant Auxik iary and learn if Miss Natalia Schenck is authorized to start such an endless chain to gather in 10-cent pieces: T251 Sept 80. 1898. The Ice Plant Auxiliary. In connection with the National Red Cross So ciety, being in great need of money to supply iiieamDiiiance snip, acnain nas Decn lormeo to collect some. If on receiiit of this vou wil make four copies and Bend to four of your frieiidR yon will greatly aid the cause. When you have made four copies please send this leiier ana iu cents 10 HSS NATALIA SCHEXCK, Babvlon. Lou? Island You will crreatlv helD ttie wounded soldiers by doing this. The numbers commence at 1 and end at 100. The persons receiving this number (100) " ill nlease send it to Miss Mchenck without making any more copies. nease numner ine neau or each copy ana make them exactly like this one, only num ber each one the next number higher i2;il. and sign your own name to each copy. Please make no delay in sending ont the copies, and above all, do not iikkak this chain, which means so much to the brave soldiers on land ana sea. A Soldier's Version. Uncle Sam Is my Shepherd, I sball not want; he maketh me to lie down on the hard ground; he leadeth me across the parade ground; he restoroth ray breath with a short rest ana tnen taketn meanotnerwnirl througn the timber, for his own sake. Yen. thontrh I walk through the valley of the shadow of aeain, i win iear no Spaniard, ror thou art wun me; tny gun ana thy oayonet tney shall nrotect me. Thon iiapsI. mo for n hrojiKf.wni'lr in the presence of mine enemy; thou flllestme with hardtack and a cheat) grade of bacon: my cup runneth short. Surely hunger and in irsi snail ronow mean the days or my en listm nt. and I shall dwell in this dam-D tent tor uie next two years. , ! ' To Cure. Coutllpablin Forever. Take Civscarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25a Tf C. C. C. fall to cure, druggists n-fiind money. BRADLEY, Photographer. Gallery onen three days In the week Thurs day. Friday and Saturday until fur;her no tice, f irswiiass work ana All Work Warranted. I Challenge You to And better bargains than I now offer. so acres in loot nms. 40 acres near town. 10 acres near town. My property until sold, nl T. R. COON. 120 Acres for Sale. With good Improvements, S miles southwest oi town, uooa scnooi near oy, gooa roaas, plenty of fruit and the best of land. Call on or address JOHN SIPMA. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Land Office at "Vancouver. Wash.. Oct. 8 1898. Notice Is hereby given that the follow ing-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. Presby, U. S. Commissioner for District of Washington, at his office In Gol- dendale, Washington, on Saturday, Nov. 12, 1898, viz: " H. E. No. 8465, for the east of northea t of section 2H, and west of northwest sec tion 25, all in township 4 north, range lj east, W. M., who names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cul tivation of said land, viz: Thomas M. Whitcomb. Lewis ft. Wrlirht. Martha J. Whitcomb and Kobert A. Snider.l an oi ijyie Mr u, vv asnmgi-ou. Ana MARTHA J. WHITCOMB, H. E. No. 10.511 (commutation proof under section 2801 Revised Statutes of the United States), for the east V, of north west i, and west of nort heast M section 28, township 8 north, range 14 east., ,v . ivi.. wuu names ine luiiuwing witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: John Daffron, Robert A. Snider, Hester Dnj fron and Ueorge Bradford, all of Lylo P. O., Washington. onii w.k. j-iujnuak,, wegister. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at The Dalles. Oregon. Oct 5. 18118 Notice 1r herehv friven Ihntv the follow. Ing-named settler ha-i (Tied notice of his inten tion to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made be fore the Register and Receiver, at The Dalles, Oregon, on Saturday, Nov. 19, 1898, viz: FRED HERTZ, Of Hood River, Homestead Application No, 4422, for the north northeast V section 23, tuwiiBiiijj a nortii, raugu v vntsh,. vv . ivi. - He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: Samuel McCartney, Charles A. Bell, Frank Davenport and Mark M. Davenport, all of Hood Kiver, Oregon. o7nll JAY P. LUCAS, Register. TTTANTED TRUSTWORTHY AND ACT- ive gentlemen or ladies to travel for re- BxmHHjie,esuuiisnea nonse in uregon. juon in ly SU6 and expenses. Position steady. Refer ence. Inclose self-addressed stamped envelope. The Dominion Company, Dept. Y, Chicago. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., Sept. 15, 1898. Notice Is hereby given that the follow-inir-named settlers have tiled notice of their in tention to make flnal proof in support of their claims, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver of the U. S. Land office at Vancouver, Washington, on mov. la, isas, viz: ANDREW J. JOHNSON, H. E. No. Si25, for t e north half of southwest quarter, south half of northwest quarter sec tion twenty-nine, township six north, range eleven east, vv . M., wno names tne following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon ana cultivation oi im iana, viz: Nils Olson. Frank M. Ciate. Charles W, Moore and C. A. Pearson, ail of Trout Lake r. v., w asn. NILS OLSON, H. E. No. 7098. for the southwest quarter of nortneast quarter, soutu nair or nortnwest quarter, and northwest quarter of northwest quarter of section twenty-four, township six north, range ten east, W. M.,wno names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, ana cultivation or, said land, viz: Andrew J. Johnson, Frank M. Coate.Charles W. Moore and C. A. Pearson, all of Trout Lake P.O., Washington. FRANK M. CO ATE, H. E. No. 7843, Tor the north half of southwest quarter, southeast quarter of southwest quar ter, sontnwest- quarter or soutneast quarter section thirteen, township six north, range ten east, W. M., who names the following witnesses to prove his coi.tinuous residence upon mid cultivation of said land, viz: Andrew J. Johnson, Nils Olson, Charles W. Moore and C. A. Pearson, all of Trout Lake, wasnington. s23o28 W. R. DUNBAR. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.1 Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., Sept. 20, 1898. Notice Is hereby given that the follow ing named settler has tiled notice of his In tention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before me itegisier ana tieceiver u. . ijana otnee, at Vancouver, Wash., on Thursday, Nov. 8, 1898, viz: JOHN J. HEIMBERG, H. E. No. 8591, for the east of northeast sectl.m 83, and wesl l2 of northwest VA section 34, all of township 8 north, range 11 east, W.M. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: Norman S. Hamlin, Henry Swanson, George wnite ana jonnson MCLiauanan, ail or vv nil Salmon P. O., Wash. , 823028' W. R. DUNBAR, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Vancouver. Wash.. Sent. 20. 18b8. Notice la hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his In lent Ion to make final proof In support of nis claim, ana mat saia prooi wiuoemaae Deiore tne itegisier ana tteceiver U.S. mna Office at Vancouver, Wash., on November 14, 1898, viz: THOMAS HEDLEY, H. E. No. 8918, for the southwest section 11, township 3 north, range 11 east. W. M. He names the followln&r witnesses to nrove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion oi saiu iana, viz: Walter J. Bates of Portland, Or.; Henry Johnson, Jacob E. Jacobson and Ira E. Row land of White Salmon, Wash. s23o28 W. R. DUNBAR, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., Sept. 5, 1898. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named settlers have tiled notice of their in tention to make final proofs in support of their claims, and that said proofs wilt be made be fore the Register and Receiver U. S. Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., on Tuesday, October 18, 1898, viz: CORNELIA VANDERPOOL, H. E. No. 9203. for the east half of northeast quarter and northeast quarter of southeast quarter section 12, township 8 north, range 10 east, W. M., and lot No. 8, section 7, township 3 north, range 11 east, W. M. She names the toll jwing witnesses to nrove her continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: Philip M. GaUihell, Joseph H. Evans, James H. Butler and William H. McCoy, all of White hulmon P. O.. Washington. PHILIP M. GATCHELL, H. E. No. 8184, for west half of southeast quar ter, southeast of southwest quarter section 1, and northwest quarter of northeast quarter section 12, township 3 north, range 10 east, Who names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: Joseph H. Evans, William H. McCoy ,James H. Butler and Marion Locke, all of White Salmon P. O., Washington. . . ; WILLIAM H. McCOY, -H. E. No. 7758, for the northeast quarter sec tion 7, township 8 north, range 11 east. W. M. Who names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultlva tion of, said land, viz: Philip M. Gatchell, Joseph H. Evans, James H. Butler and Marlon Locke, all of White Salmon P. O., Washington. ; JOSEPH H. EVANS. ' H. E. No. 7711, for the southeast Quarter sec tion 8, township 3 north, range 11 east, W. M. w no names tne following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: Robert M. Clemens, Philip M. Gatchell, William H. McCoy and Marion Locke, all of White Salmon P. O., Washington. 89ol4 W.R. DUNBAR. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Sept, 1, 1898. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing-named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final m-oof In snDDort of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Ore gon, on Friday, October 14, 1898, viz: li. A. TURNER, Of Hood River, for the heirs of William W. Turner, deceased, H. E. No. 4881 for the north- He names the following witnesses to Drove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: John F. Mohr, John Monror, William Boor man and J. B. Hand, all of Hood River. Or. bhou j a i f. i-iUUAa, Kegister. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. . Land Office at The Dalles. Orecron. Sent. 7, 1898. Notice is hereby given that the ionowing-namea settler nas niea notice or his intention to make final nroof In support of his claim, and that sold proof will be made before Reeister and Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on Friday, October 14, lotto, vi; JNlUHUlyAS J. UKVOLD, Of Mt. Hood. Homestead Application No. 4935, for the southeast section 83, township 1 north, range 10 east, W. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion oi saiu iana, viz: Henry Tomlinson, D. R. Cooper and Horace Richmond of Mt. Hood. Or., and P. F. Fonts of The Dulles, Or. 8oi . j ah r. luuab, Kegister. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Vancouver. Wash.. Sent. 6, 1898. Notice is hereby given that the following named settlers have filed notice of their intention to make flnal proof in support of their claims, and that said proof will be made before W. B. Presby, U. S. Commis sioner for District of Washington, at his of fice in Goldendale. Wash., on Saturday. Oct. 22, 1898, viz: AUGUST FERDINAND WILKEN, Homestead Entry No. 7903. for the east half of southwest quarter, and west half of southeast quarter of section thirteen, township four nortn, range ten east, w in. Mer. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence unon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: Matt. Wilken. Charles L.- Colburn. Wesley 8. 1,ocke and Bethewel Hendry x, all of White Salmon P. O., Washington. Also, BETHEWEL HENDKYX. Homestead Entry No. 8104. for the southeast quarter of southwest quarter of section eighth ceu, and the northeast quarter of northwest quarter and lots one and two of section nine teen, township four north, ranee 11 east. Will. Mer. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence uponanocultlvation of, said land, viz: . Matt Wilken, August Ferdinand Wilken, Wesley S. Locke and Charles L. Colburn, all of White Salmon P. O., Washington. Etuli, .- W. R. DUN BAIl, Register. i : CLYDE T. Is still alive and doing RED HOT BUSINESS at RECIPROCITY CORNER. He Is In the market especially Just now lor your merchantable , And is always In the market for TRADE. He lot of Staple Groceries, Hay, Feed, Grain, and fy competition. Has Just received a fine lot of Graham Flour, also Bran and Shorts mixed, He is always In the market for a .. Good., Live And as he believes in reciprocity, buys all merchantable produce. Now G-et a lo"7-e Oii, ;'...'', Sell your wood in Hood River, O" Until further notice, all goods bought In any part of town free of cost.-Jt We Can Wholesale Meats at Prices that Defy v ; Competition! Come and see us and verify what we say. . Hi 3 11 n AND CASH ONLY, is what makes prices so low on Hardware, Harness, Doors, Sash; Paints, Oils, Guns and Ammunition, Shoe Findings and Bike Supplies, At DENZER'S NEW STORE. M. S. fc S 1" mm Livery Of Hood River can furnish comfortable conveyances to all parts of the valley and vicin ity. Heavy draylng and transferring done with care and promptness. . hingles. T?TC U L' L Iff TTATA Chenoweth, Wash., manufacturers and dealers in Red G. D. WOODWORTH, (Successor to A. 8. Blowers fc Son) DEALER IN GENERAL STOVES AND TINWARE, Also, Agent for OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS Second door East of Glacier office. Hard Times Prices Hereafter I will sell for CASH only or its defy competition. I am not afraid to meet competitive prices at anytime. Meet me on Fort land lines and I will meet you with Portland prices. Call and see CANDY CATHARTIC X. CURE CONSTIPATION 10c 25c 50c 35 Acres. Unimproved land for sale, with running creek, li miles south of town, East Side. In quire on premises to John Sweeney, or Charles H. Jenkins, 233 Stark st, Portland. 13-25 Stock Ranch for Sale. One of the best stock ranches In Klickitat county. Wash., at a bargain. Facilities for handling a thousand head of sheep or other stock. E. D. CALKINS, Hood-River. 4 Acres, Well Improved Forg;i.le. Smiles west from town: SO bearing fruit trees; balance in garden and strawber ries; fine spring of water for house use; plenty of water for irrigating. This is one of the earliest strawberry places in the valley, well protected from late frosts. It Is mile from graded school. Will sell cheap for ensh only. Apply to P. F. CORDES, f2& Hood River. w iiiiii i r ii i ii i i . 1 1 ""in, i" - '" - ' BONNE Y constantly keeps on hand and for sale a fine dry Fir, Pine and Oak Wood, at rates that de at the Reciprocity Corner will be delivered L. CO.'S ZE3 ZEL-J S Cedar SHINGLES. Correspondence solicited. 9 equivalent. Reorardlne prices, will sav that I S. E. BARTMESS. ALL DRUGGISTS DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, General Land Office, Washington, D. C. May 27, 1898. Notice Is hereby given of the following Executive Order, restoring oertain lands in the Cascade Range Forest Reserve to settlement and entry: "EXECUTIVE MAN SION. Washington, D. C. April 29, 1898. In accordance with the provisions of the Act of June 4, 1897 (SO Stat., 8t), upon the recommend ation of the Secretary of the Interior, the west half of Township one South, of Range ten East, Willamette Meridian, Oregon, within the limits of the Cascade Range Forest Re serve, is hereby ordered restored to the public domain, after sixty days notice hereof, by publication, as required by law, it appearing that Bald tract Is better adapted to agricul tural than forest purposes. WILLIAM MC KINLEY." The above lands will be subiect to entry at the United States Land Office, The Dalles, Oregon, on and after October 17, 1898. Blnger Hermann, Commissioner alisU Blue Stem Wheat. I have a good lot of Blue Stem seed wheat for sale. JOHN A. WILSON. and Feed Mt.Hood Saw Mills, TOMLINSON BROS., Prop'rs. HE AND PINE LUMBER Of the best quality always on hand at prlcet . to suit the times. Jy24 M. F. SHAW, M. D. (Successor to Dr. Morgan) All Calls Promptly Attended Office up stairs over Copple's store. All calls left at the office or residence will be promptly attended to. Fresh Milk, Areated and deodorized, 5 cents a quart. F. H. BUTTON. The Glacier BARBER SHOP, GRANT EVANS. Prop'r, Hood River, Or. Fruit Ranch for Sale. 40 acres, 2 miles from town. All kinds of fruit; 2 acres In -strawberries; natural water privileges; bearing orchard. Terms reason able; W. J. CAMPBELL. 160 Acres of Land 8 miles from town of Hood River. Will sell all or part, or trade for city property. Terms part cash, part on time. 1 J. H. FERGUSON. , 5 Acre Tracts. Some of the most desirable places In Hood River have been placed In my hands for sale. Sixty acres for sale In flve-acre tracts. If you wish to buy or sell lands in Hood River valley, call on or address M. H. NICKELSEN, s Real Estate Agent, Hood River. Or. FOR SALE. Lumber Wagon, 2 Inch $50 09 Will sell part or all of my ranch. E. E. SAVAGE. 190 Acres. A well Improved farm of meadow and fruit land. Stock and complete outfit for forming. Call and see what I have for sale. 18-21 D. A. TURNER. Klondike Bakery. I "can supply people of Hood River with fresh bread, pies and cake after this date, and will haveon hand everything connected with a bakery. M. H. NICKELSEN. Marco 4, 1898. Wagon Repairing. All k'nd-i of wagon repairing done on short notice an.l at reasonable prices, at the old Rogers mill in Frankton. C. H. ROGERS. Seed Wheat and Rye. A good duality of seed wheat and rye for sale. Wheat at market price, and the rye at BO cents per bushel. C. DAVIS. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. . Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Sept.. 21, 1898. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of her Inten tion to make final proof In support of her : claim, and that said proof will be made be fore Register and Receiver at The Dalle, Oregon, on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1898, viz: BERTHA M. RAND, formerly Bertha M. Johnson, of Hood River, Homestead Applanation No. 4017, for the. west northeast and west southeast section 6 township i north, range 11 east, W.M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultlva- ' tion of said land, viz: G. D. Boardman, J. 8. Harbison, W. Fosa and Fannie Kennedy, atl of Hood River, Or. s23o28 JAY P. LOCAB, Register. Future comfort for present seeming; economy, but buy th sewing machine with an estab lished reputation, that guar antees you long and satisfac tory service. j j j Ile STwwMWf g"- 9 III ITS PINCH TENSION AMD i TENSION INDICATOR, (devices for regulating and showing the exact tension) arc a few of the features that emphasize the high grade character of the White. Send for our elegant H.T. catalog. White Sewing Machine Co- CLEVELAND, 0. , TAKE THB BB0T 2Sots 50cU. and $1.00 Bottle. One cent a dose. This Great Cough Cubb promptly Where all others fail. Cough, Croup, tvro Throat. Hoarseness. i, whooping couga and Asthma. For Consumption is no rtvmls has cured thousands, and will CURB YOU ii taken in time. Bold by Druggist on a guar antee. For a Lame Back or Coast, usa - SHILOH'8 BELLADONNA PLA3TSBJ6. s H I LO H'5CATAnn II REMEDY, Have you Catarrh ? This remedy is ruaras teed to cure you. Price, oO eta. Injesiot-fMaV t or sale by Ii. A. VOhiv.