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3( cod Iver Slacier.
FRIDAY, NOVKMBEE 24, 1899.
Areptiulic.u club" recently orauiie3
inSuruvter under the name of Kobert
Anderson renolved In favur of H. W.
Scott for United States senator. Mr.
Scott in the hlent man in his party in
the state. But lie is too Independent
and has made too many lasting enemies
among the politicians of his party to
ever get to be senator. And he prob
ably has no ambition to be senator. As
editor-in-chief of one of the greatest
newspapers in the United States he
wields more influence than a dozen
enator. Think of Harvey Scott Jour
neying to Salem in his private car and
ojiening headquarters to boom his pros-j-cts
for election before an Oregon leg
islature t And after he is elected and
has taken his seat in that august body
of multimillionaires, imagine him at
tending to all the little details of the
wants of his constituency in the various
departments of the government, looking
after pensions for the Grand Army boys
or interviewing the President to give
one of the push the Hood Eiver post
office 1 We hardly think so.
Vice President Hobart died Tuesday
morning at his homo in Paterson, New
Jersey, after an illness lasting several
months. The fuueral will be held Sat
urdav. The office of vice president is
now vacant. When congress assembles,
next month, Senator Frye of Maine,
ho is now president pro tern of the
somite, will be elected to fill the unex.
pired term of the dead vice president
Garret Augustus Holart was born near
Long Branch, New Jersey, June 3, 1844.
Gen. Funston charges five of his fel
low officers of the 20th Kansas with be.
ing tho rankest cowards in the army
He also speaks of the parties who charge
him with looting churches in the Phil
ippines as "blackguards and liars of the
first water." Funston rdioulb take
' warning from Hobson's fate and not use
his mouth too much.
In New Jersey boys are publicly
spanked in court by their parents or
icuardians for boyish violations of the
law. It is found to work more satisfac
torily than sentencing the parents or
guardians to pay a fine or sending the
boys to a reform school.
University of Oregon.
The University of Oregon football
eleven went all the way from Eugene to
San Francisco to play the University of
California last Saturday, and the best
team California ever put out beat Ore
gon only 12 to 0. There is something
more than a passing interest in the re
sult of this game. It is the first time
Oregon collegians ever contested with
those of another Btate, and it shows that
the Oregon boys are the equal of any
You who are too far distant from the
pervading air of college life take little or
no interest in matters of athletics, and
in fact are apt to lose all iuterest
knowledge of the actual existence
our state university, or that it is the
leading institution of higher learning in
tho Northwest. Last year the univer
sity won easily every intercollegiat
contest with the other Oregon colleges
in oratory, debate and athletics, and
this year arrangements are being made
for a debate with Berkeley, the state
university of California. Dr. Strong,
the new president of the university, is
giving hearty satisfaction to faculty and
students, and will certainly prove to be
the right man in the right place. Peo
ple should more fully realize that the
university is but a part of the state's
free-school systemthe apox, as it is,
with the high schools and grammar
grades leading up to it. And in a few
years the people will find out that there
are just as good facilities for education
in our own state as in California and
the East, and the young men and women
of Oreiton will attend their own state
university, where they will become in
bued with the interests of their own
state, and learn to know the people with
whom they will mingle in after life.
E. X. Blvthb,
..,OB.n tht mmninv. Severe pat rons excellent SuffgeMiona ior ivuurj,-
o. onmnonv Wl nevlected or refused The following good suggestions, winch
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.1...;. n fnr the nasi aea. we rind in an exchange, win ue luumi
w w 1 1-1 . n i. i v . .v. i I ' -
Mr. Daventiort said hereafter no 01 Denent to amateurs in uus jKiuiny
. t.... . ..,1,1 1 1 tim.li Ant.l ratioiifl business. Taste them in your cinckeu
uiiili blib nuuiva - v - --if
f.,r u-tr will be filed and each cus- book:
tnmer rhurced for the season with the
number of inches he orders. Applica
tions for water will not be honored till
all arrearages are paid. The prospects
f the company were never brighter,
and Mr. Davenport predicts that In five
t.ara the stock will, be at par.
Minutes read and approved.
No further business offering, the
Frank Davenport, president; M. M
Davenport, vice president and manager;
II. II. Bailev. secretary; Geo. P. Lrow-
F. K. New bv is now anions the largest
shareholders, havinn purchased W. II.
IUhIkmi'i 8a shares. He also bought 10
shares of C. L. Copple, w hich with las
own 5 shares, gives lum luu, represent-
no r 000 worth of stock.
,fuin ' " " 1 11 ii v I. . ii w i -
, A. Bell's stock.
V. R. Davennnrt. son of Frank Daven
port, bought H. F. Davidson's 40 shares
and five shares from J. W. llinrleha.
giving him 45, representing f'XIO worth hens have it
Boiled buckwheat, if fed occasionally,
will aid egg production.
Feed only fresh table scraps ami no
Soft food should be fed. in clean
Huns often contract the egg eating
habit by having egg shells thrown wnere Wharton
thev can get them. If the egg-eaung yan(?(,ter,
Compauion Stories for 11)00.
The stories published in The Youth's
Companion portray the manly and
womanly virtues with no sacrifice of
interest or vitality, and they appeal to
the sympathies of old and young alike.
During 1900 The Companion will offer
special series of stories among them
being stories of Former Political Cam
paigns and Adventures of linemen.
Besides these there will be a score of
stories for girls by such writers as Sarah
Orne Jewett, Mary E. Wilkins, Margaret
Deland, Elizabeth Stuart fhems, t-uiin
Kate Chopin ana wargarei
There will bo four serial
or feather-iuilling habit becomes general Lt.rii's "A prrie Infunta," by Eva
In a flock, it is better to uesiroy w.e under: "Kunn nir a Merry-Uo-Kounu,
whole flock. . bv Charles Adams: "The School House
Fowls that are infested with vermin Farthest West." bv C. A. Stephens; and
The new board qualified and elected often admire the feather pullijigr liabit. cualiin Brothers." by Kay Stannard
loo much meat ana iresn Done v m Tinker. In addition there will bo two
cause sickness, and twice a week is often
enough to feed these things.
Turnips and potatoes, if cookeu, are
Roast ears of corn until the grain is
. . .i I . .J
charcoal and give ll to me nens; u
will increase egg production. Charcoal
is a good thing to keep before hens all
Wood ashes usually contain consider
able charcoal that might be advantage
ously given to the fowls.
teed Plenty oi mug, ior it a gouu
If you nave shrunken wneai, let tut-
The citizens' primary, called for Wed
nesday evening, met in the rooms of the
Hood River Trading Co. and elected H.
Davidson chairman and J. B. Hunt
The chairman announced thai me
Sunrlowrr seed is a fat-producing and
not an egg-producing food.
We should never give broken glass or
crockery for grit, especially the latter,
tor it is apt to contain oxiue oi icau.
Sick hens will not lay eggs.
Damp houses will produce sickness.
Do not think that there are no lice in
winter, for you will find them keeping
warm on the hens.-
hundred other short stories by the most
o-ifti'd if American writers of fiction.
All new subscribers will receive The
Companion for the remaining weeks of
1899 free from the time of subscription,
and then for a full vear, fity-two weeks,
to January 1, 1901 ; also the Companion
new calendar fur 1900. suitable as an
ornament for the prettiest room in the
Illustrated Announcement Number
containing a full prospectus of the vol
ume for 1900 will be sent free to any
Thr Youth's Companion, 203
Columbus Avenue, Boston, Mass.
The MLediciiml lofertit'f of Prunes,
The medicinal properties of prunes act
directly upon the nerves and nerve cen
ters. To this fact I wish to call the at
tention of the reader, especial y the
nervous, fretty woman or child. They
will cure one of nervous disorders if
persistently eaten. When a craving to
Unless the dust bath is provided the eat something comes upon one, a dish of
meeting was called for the purpose of
lheCvS themSehe8 dCan0r "tewed Prunes will satisfy the craving,
election Dec. 6th, as follows: Mayor,
recorder, treasurer, marshal, and five
aldermen. Bell nominated F. C. Bro-
sius for mayor and he was declared the
nominee by acclamation.
For aldermen, it was decided that the
three names receiving the highest vote
should be declared the nominees for the
long term and the two next highest for
the short term.
The following names were placed in
nomination and received votes as fol
lows: C. A. Bell, 16; P. 8. Davidson, 14;
J. I.uckev. 11; A. S. Blowers, 11; C.
T. Bonney, 10; T. C. Dallas, ; Grant
Evans, 5; W. B. Cole, 5. Sixteen votes
were cast. Bell. Davidson, Luckey,
Blowers and Bonney were declared the
nominees for aldermen.
J. R. Nickelsen for recorder, Geo. P.
Crowell for treasurer, and E. 8. dinger
for marshal were declared the nominees
by acclamation. Adjourned.
j. J. nuNT, secreiary.
The annual harvest exercises of the
Congregational Sunday school will be
held next Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock.
A cordial invitation is extended to all,
and it is earnestly desired that the pa
rents of our scholars will make a speciul
effort to be present and get acquainted
., i i l ..i 1 ; i !.. a :
wiin our senooi ami w iim n is vrynig uj
do. The following programme will be
1. Song, ''Praise Ye the Lord," school
2. Beatitudes, school,
S, Prayer, superintendent.
4. Chant. Lord'B Prayer, school
5. Birthday offering and song, "Our
6. Memory verses, members of school
7. Song, "Sweet Sabbath Day," school.
8. Recitation, "November," Nellie
9. Song. Mary Armor.
10. Recitation, "In Clover," Claude
11. Song, "We
13. Exercise, "God's Gifts to Us,"
members of the school.
14. Song, "Bringing m the Sheaves,"
15. Recitatiorf, "Kind Deeds," Eva
16. Song, "Cast Thy Bread Upon the
17. Recitation, "God Made All
Things," Hester Harbison.
18. Recitation. Kverett nana.
19. Exercise, "God's Gifts to Child
ren," five little folks.
Remarks by the pastor.
Doxology and benediction.
keen awav vermi
ever use wood asnes lorausi Dams
or for any purpose about the poultry
Never nail roosts or nests to the
house, for it is often necessary to remove
and also be soothing to the nerves. To
those who laugh at the idea, I will say
our family physician, who- advised rne
to use them several years since, has
made a study of dietetics, and claims
will iln wimdiTK for Deople
in the nests snouid ne r - - - .
W HO are ueprenneu, tuiutuic, ui
Rand & Stewart,
Have cut prices again on DRY GOODS, to secure space for new stock.
Have slashed prices on Fancy Goods and Ribbons, for same reason.
Have ruined prices on BOOTS AND SHOtS to close out broken lines.
The largest and most up-to-date stock ever seen here is now being
made for us.
Have decided to close out CLOTHING; 1 15 suits now f9.05.
Have now on sale a GKOCERY stock which lacks nothing.
Have oiwiied a Flour,' Feed and Produce department at startling
Have completely reorganized HARDWARE. You can get what you
Have put in a line Stoves and House Furnishing, at old prices.
Have made prices to close out Jewelry, Harness and other odd lines.
Have put ourselves in shape to meet' any competition, furnish you with
the best of everything, and deliver promptly in any part of the
Have deserved your patronage.
HAND fc STEWART.
UST OF LANDS
I, The WlUlnm Kennedy Improrwl Fruit
Km mi, H mllin winthcuHi it mwa nivrr; n
t.s; line warms or. ' " X VT
sold In iiuull trot-la; 0cre in cultivation.
2. H. F.. ' of H. W. ii kc. 12, Tp. t K, It. W
K., uiilmprovt-il; 850.
n Slpnm furin. In loU from 6 to 20
M) lo MJ eracie. inon
At Prather's corner we have opened a flue line of Dress
Good, Miillinery, Stationery, School Supplies, Candies, Cigars,
Groceries and Notions. Our
5 and 10c Counters
will interest you. Everything new, neat and clean.
S. H. COX.
w.. i ih.iima ininiilvlninh liVrt 1 1 in in In vour berry fields nt orchards. W
in xiri.,i..f Pi.iuuii ami Kuliilt on Ijunil fur Mile In uny quantities. Cull imd we u
CliaH is an excellent tning wiin wnicu
to cover the floor of the hen house, after
it has been cleaned.
Save the sifting of the h.iy mow
when the hay is out. for the poultry.
It is the busy hen that lays the most
I'nderstood Just What was Wanted.
"I want some kind of a doorsnring
one that won't get out of order,
cutitomer to a hardware man.
ly bad-tempered, besidejj regulating the
bowels and correcting bad digestion. In
my own case, I can say that they have
done what yearsi.of medical treatment
failed to do, cured me of terrible nervous
headaches that made life a burden. I
also find that children sleep better, and
are better-natured, where they have
bread, milk and a dish of stewed prunes
for their supper. . The fruit is very in
expensive, for the sort I mention are the
dried or evaporated native fruit, not the
imnorted orunes. They should be
Cw.,fi 3t hat won't rennire the washed and put to soak in warm (not
les; and one that won t require the t . , , . ...
strength of an elephant to open.
'And it must be strong enough to
bring the door all the way to and not
leave it swinging open a couple of
"And when the door closes I don't
want it to shut like a catapult, with a
jar that shakes the house from Us
Yes. You want one that will bring
hot) water at night, and in the morning
tliey will be beautituiiy large anu piump.
Cover them with w ater, simmer slowly
for two or three hours, and they will be
soft and the seeds will come out clean.
They will be rich and sweet, and will
require no sugar, which is another point
in their favor. Very few people cook
dried or evaporated fruits of any variety
long enough, and none of them should
be boiled at all. I have eaten prunes
that were stewed half an hour without
previous soaking, and I did not wonder
that thev were not useci oiiener. i wish
the door all the way to, and yet do it
1, A, I
enL Jr , , i thiii . nvarr nervmm. overwroueht woman
Thars the idea. But i uon i wain --'- )llct trv
Blow the Fields,'
any complicated arrangement mat re
quires a skilled mechanic lo anena 10.
"io oi course not. iou wani, sume
thinir simole. vet stronz and effective?"
. ' ji . . ...
"Just so! Something that can oe pui
on or taken off easily something that
will rlii its work ouietlv vet thoroughly.
and won't be eternully getting out of
I see. I know exactly what you
want, sir, just exactly,"
" ell. show me one.
"We don't keep doorsprings." Xew
Yleuio School Report.
Viknto, Nov. 14, 1809. Those neither
absent nor tardy from school during the
month ending Nov. 10th were as follows:
Annie Larson, Zola Neil, Christian
Larson, Gussie Bird, Sumner Cameron,
Fred Hamilton, Lura wilier, l nomas
Cameron, Zettie Cameron, Lloyd Bird,
Raymond Bird, Harry Hamilton, llenry
Syphert. Coba L. Copfuk, Teacher.
eiitniB bread and butter and stewea
nrnnes for surmer for a week or more
and stop drinking tea and eating all
nurts i,l inditreptive messes at nillht.
I allow the children to have a dish of
prunes whenever -y wish between
meals and bread and butter with them ;
no one ever saw healthier or better-
natured children. They never require
any medicine, and how they sleep when
night comes! -May ixjiiaru in nouse
La L'rinne. with its after effects, annu
ally destroys thousands of people. It
may be quickly cured by One Minute
Cough Cure, the only remedy that pro
duces immediate results in coughs, colds,
croup, broncliitis. pneumonia and throat
and lunz irouoies. iiiiuiuhol. niumua.
DAVIDSON FRUIT CO.
Rlurtebnkpr Wnmnnnnd Burins Wnitoiw: Plunet .tr. Hardrn Tixl and Cultivators: Can
inn i'imr I'lnu-i llurrmn unil DIhi-bi l!:nliri-r Minim TiMith Hurrmvs. IIh-ho are Hie imim
and arc sold hi its low prices ax are clwrxeU lor cheupur grudc of tools. Get our prices urn.
examine the goods.
Do Ton Use Cbem ?
Diamond D. Flavoring Extracts, Vanilla.Lemon ,
Pine Apple, Nutmeg, Banana, etc.
A complete assortmeht. Purity and strength guaranteed.
The preferred stock of Canned Goods Salmon, Oysters find corn -is 'of tin
best quality for us to buy. We solicit vour favors fur any goods in our line.
connecTKB By rand- stewart.
Flour, Goldcndale Diamond, per sk, 80
Flour, Peacock, per sk 80
Flour, Dalles Diamond, per sk 90
A man in California was kicked to Uran, per luu ns wo
death by his shot gun. Both barrels Uran and Shorts, per iuu u s vo
were discharged accidentally and me cnorm, .-r w mi
nariev. oer iuu na
Bacon,.; , 9c to 12
To The Pnblic.
Having taken a prominent part in the
election of the board of directors of the
Hood River Fruit Growers' Union, we
wish to define onr position in the matter.
Every shipping season since beginning
business we liave endeavored to avoid
stock struck him in the stomach.
David D. Garrison of The Dalles,
charged with attempting to draw a pen
sion fraudulently, pleaded guilty in
Jndge Bellinger's court and was sen
tenced to pay a nne ot fi.uuu and oe
c t... ir-., n,1nt.. jn;i ,:i
Hams 12WctO 1
Lard '. 5s, 55c j 10s 1 10
Potatoes, per 100 lbs 65c to 75
Onions, per 100 lbs 1.00 to 1 25
confined in tli Wasco county jail until 7
the fine is paid. ft.h .nA ftts:irl00lbs. .90ctol 00
"I wouldn't be without De Witt sAV itch r ,ltt finrl Tnrnins. ner lOO.lhs. . . .1 00
Hazel Salve forany consideration, "writes imonf, ,.r dozen 30c to 35
Thos.B.Rhodes.Centerheld.U. infallible on fall iv-r Kay . 50c to 1 00
the unprofitable and useless method of for piles.cuts.burns and skin diseases. Be- Apples! winter, per box. .. .fjl.25 to 1 50
competition in selling our fruit. The ware of counterfeits. Williams Brosius. Cranberries, ner gal 60
Tetter nostflsre in the Fhilinnines has Butter .. oOtoW)
Valley Improvement Co.
The annual meeting and election of
officers of the Valley Improvement Co.
was held Monday, at 2 o'clock. The
meeting was called to order by Frank
Davenport, president, and W. L. Clark
acted as secretary, The minutes of last
meeting were read,
John L. Henderson moved that the
rules be suspended and that the meeting
proceed to tho olection of officers. Car
ried. ' '
The roll call showed 723 shares repre
sented. The following nominations for
director were made : Frank Davenport,
JI. II, Bailey, Chas. Ross, Wm. Boor
man, M, M, Davenport, Geo, P. Crowell,
F. E. Newby. The ballot showed that
these names received all but 35 of the
723 votes cast. J. R. Nickelsen aud F,
R. Davenport acted as tellers.
President Davenport stated that Sec
retary C, E. Copple had prepared an
elaborate report of the business of the
company (or the past year, but that he
(Davenport) had taken the report with
. Jiim to Portland, and in showing it to
prospective purehasora of the ditch
bonds had inadvertantly left the report
with them. He therefore could only
give an oral report.
Judge Henry moved that the reading
of the report of the secretary be post,
poned, and when it is received that it be
published in the papers,
President Davenport reported that
w hile in Portland he had learned of cap.
iulitts that would take the dituh bonds
to the amount of $3,000 at the rate of 8
" per cent for five or ten years by giving
5 per cent of the bonds as a bonus,
The present bonds will be due Aug, I,
1900. The income of the company the
past season was something like f 2,400,
Interest was paid on most of the bond,
1500 w orth of bonds were redeemed and
considerable was expended in building
lateral ditches. There are no debts
present members of the board of di
rectors have always been patrons of the
union, and when we paid f 120 for the
nrivileee of votiniz for them we did so
believing that we were 'voting for a board
that would consider the interests of the
growers by undertaking to avoid the ex
pensive and unnecessary competition
heretofore indulged in. If in our effort
we have assisted in bringing about such
a condition.our money is well spent,and
the many growers who volunteered their
cash and proxies, and took part in the
matter are entitled to the thanks and
congratulations of the entire commu
nity. Davidson Frcit Co.
A temperance meeting under the aus
pices of the Women's Christian Tem
perance Union, will be held at the
United Brethren church on Monday
evening, the 27th of November,
This meeting is called to discuss the
license ordinance now pending before
the council. The mavor and members
of the council and all citizens interested
in the welfare of the town are invited to
baen reduced to two cents,
You never know what form of blood poi
son will follow constipation. Keep the liv
er clean by using DeWitt's Little Early
Risers and you win avoid trouuie. iney
are famous little pills for constipation
and liver and bowel troubles. W illiams
Golden Rule Jones of Toledo, Ohio,
Eggs 25 to 30
Coffee, fancy blended roast. 30
Coffee, choice roasted lfi)a
Coffee. Arbuckles and Lions 15
Sugar, dry granulated, per sk 5 25
Sutrar. extra C. Per sk 4 75
. Jo .
4 R.V..U sec. JB.T.SN..K. 10 E. for only TOO,
Some Improvements; l acres.
5. H. Ki of S. -V . K of N. W. H T. 2 S..R.
10 E.; 20 acres; some Improvements, f 00.
6. N. V, of N. W. l, 8. W. W of N. W- W, and
N. W. i f 8. W. M. S, T. 1 N., K. 10 Id)
t iturrxtt-MlmnA Addition: SMprrlnt: trn
doiliii-H down und five dollurs per month; no
g The Chits. It. Hotrer 5-ncre Hom-ttoiid ,
Krunkton: r-oo1 cotluua und burn; spring
. The old Rotters Mill property at Frunk
lon. with fulls and water power on J'lil
creek, price am. . ,
10. The Dr. rinrretl Improved fruit Farm, 4
ni.MUithwtwt of Hood Kler: 120 acres; 70 seres
In eultivutlon; ) iirres In frnll: fine sprins; 60
int-lies IrrlKiiting wtiler. Prlee 8.&U; will be
sold in pum-U.
11. ffl nercs on flood river, East Side, 2 mllea
IK) gallon spring. Only 81,100.
12 Tlie 1.. NefT Home; acres on Hond riv
er; 2 miles; good water; pleuty of fruit; a
tieiititlful lioiue. Price l,sU. Ten acres and
house lor (.'i0.
11. Chns. W. Gilmer Homestead, at Ollmer,
Wash.; IU) ni-re; tine saw liniher; good soil;
well watered. Only goUO; a rare burgain.
14. The Wrldner Homestead, Ire aeres, near
Mosler; 30 acres eliiired: 1 springs; O0 fruit
irees; good Improvement. Only 11,000.
15. The V. H. Bishop Home In Hood IlWer,
t II and pan or lot , biix-K i, waueoma aniii-
in in noou itivrr; a pieiiy noine. umj si,iw.
IB. Kive acres cleared and In clover, 1 m.
iiithwtst of Hmid Illver. tlnly 425.
IT. The llanslierry home, 2)4 miles south.
cnt ol town; 10 acres. Kverylhlng eomplete
and lianily;good iron, good water. Oiilyl,aW
IA. The Chester Welds home. In the lillls.one
ileeiiHl of tow n: a pretty home; good fruit
ml water; 40 acres. Only MO0.
lit. The Harvey CrRpix-r SO acre Fruit Farm,
me of the. best In Hie valley. All fill ulture.
mi l.tiplenients and sKm-k go wiin larm.
.soil, waler, fruit und Improvements first
uxs. 1'riee 81,000.
21. The Iir. Morgan house and lot In lloi;d
Uiver; new burn. Only S00.
21. The Frank Chandler improved frnlt and
uln list; acres; i in culllviiiiini; i mm
licni iiitf apple trees; laa'e house and Durn; nn
u I it and plent.v ot it; lioiisu and larui lur-
slied. n ice Si,utw, lermseusy.
22 Tlie J. Wleklinm fiirm, 7 miles southwest
f Uwn; SO acres; kihkI bulldiiigKuud linprov-
nents; spring wuter and 60 iiiLhes free ior ir-
gating, l'riee Sl.'.UO.
21. Fortv acres. 8 cleared; north of young
liiu-il and east of t'riwbv s; off lvl Monro
inn. A M. 1 laud, uniyao.!.
21 The r.nskirk pliee, I mile west of town;
iK'li'S l'iio.I sinin.- whiit; kihhi orc.iHro; new
unit; builiiii.iis. only i,-mi; one-third cash,
iliiuee ui s pi r ceoi per nullum.
2". Tlie Kiuerwn lnin'estciid, only one mile
int of lown; line lni'Kc; il.600.
i. Twonn-I u half acres at Hardscrabblc,
niilns west of I loud Illver, In bearing o.-
27. "Clie xwitn homesleiid at While Halmoq,
inly 2,ukj; will be sold In separate forties.
W. The Reiui-r pl.iee, 110 acres; 40 Tes
lenrcd: 10 iriw grubbed; free water. 2.0U0
alf cash: I,4J0sNtt easli.
Thejorlon Frnli. Karrn. 30 acres, l! miles
i'tI ot loun, ri.-nm; ami nice collage and
k.l in Hood Hlver, only 00.
Tlie (irnnt Evans home, lot fi, block 4, Hood
N. B. Terms are easy on nil the above
lands, with Interest at tl per cent. Persons de-
irlng locutions on homestead and timber
lulms should apply ut The Emporium.
y Kern your rye. on (he BarrdU
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.-
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Oct. SI,
.Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ing-nmned si-lticr hnj tiled notice of bis Inten
tion Ui make Unal priMif In support of hi
lalin, anil tnai sain prooi win oe maoc co
lore Gwi. T. Trallier, u. H. Commissioner, at
Hood Ulver, O.egou.on 1 liursduy, OcecuiUer
4, 1SIW, vli:
UCMIIIlL It. IKJU,
if Mosler. OreKon. If. F No. .VW, lor til
not i west sou I h weal aouth uorthwest
!.4. and lot 3, section, township 2 north,
'tinge u easi, w, .
lie names the following witnesses to prove
bis continuous resilience upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, via:
Mali hew Liut v. K I). Fisher. Charles A.
Cramer and John Kvans, all of Mosier, Or.
nd ,1 A i l. l-.Lit.;A!, u-Kisier.
The Paris Patrie noints out that Ens
land lies open to a coup de main. With
her annadrons dispersed and her sol-
has been invited by the leaders of his diers afloat on the way to the Transvaal,
movement in Cleveland to become a cit- 25,000 men could capture Unaon
hen of that city and run for mayor in hi nad dyspepsia 57 years and never
tOOI. . . 7 r , f .'ll T J T ' - -1 . 1
tonncl tiermaneni reuei tin i useu jvuiiui
T)r. W. Wixon. Itol v Hill,X.Y..savs. "I Dvsnensia Cure.. Now I am well and feel
heartily recommend One Minute Cough like a new man, "writes S.J. Fleming.Mur
Cure. It, gave my wife immediate relief m ray.Neb. It. is the boat distant known.
suffocating asthma." neasant to take. Cures all forms of indigestion, rnysicians
x- -i i.. ... ..!i.i ,.. n .,,.u j. , :u ; w;il,mii
iever ihiib w uuu;iny uuic uii vuiikii"! evervwjiere urescnw i-. .i.w v
colds, throat and lung troubles. Will
iams & Brosius. .
Aeuinaldo's effort to be the Oom Paul
of the Philippines is a failure from the
start. He could not even raise the
whiskers. Washington Star.
Geo.Noland, Rockland, 0
wife had piles 45 vears.
v,., ctl n, ,
be present and participate in the dis- Hazel Salve cured her. It is the best salve
cussion. in America."Ithealseverythingand cures
There will be appropriate music and all skin diseases. W illiams & Brosius
t .11 i z T . - . 1 .;.; I
snort addresses uy uiteresieu ciuituti
Hood Rivkb. Or., Nov. 20, 1899.To
members of McKinley Club; There will
be a meeting of the McKinley club at
Prather's office, Saturday, Nov, 25. 18SK),
for the purpose of electing officers for
the ensuing year and transacting any
business that inav come before the club.
Will meet at I p. in.
G. J. Gessunq, President.
Wm, M. Yates, becretary.
"Can you tell me," inquired the anxious-looking
man of the bank cashier, "if
there is any way of disposing of plugged
nickels?" "Certainly," replied the cash
ier, "you can drop them into the con
tribution box at church, Any deacon
will take them,- He can't very well help
himself," ' "ies, sir; 1 know that, said
the anxious-looking man. "I am a
church deacon, and I have half a bushel
of them I would like to dispose of."
Dr.H H.Haden. Summit. Ala..savs. "I
think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a splendid
It is perhaps not understood, says the medicine.I prescribe it.and mv confidence
T- . .'...-I ,L.I Ik. ...Inn, f . . . . 1 I . . . .
curette ltupili, luiii. ura bi bicw ot iiimi
delivery of the mails which has been
put into operation at Turner. LaGrandc,
Hood River and perhaps other places in
Oregon, is jDt permanently established.
The provision in law under which the
rural delivery has been inaugurated pro
vides for only experimental worg,
and it will be well for the farmers in the
districts which now eniov this service
in it grows with continued use." It digests
w hat vou eat and quickly cures dyspepsia
j ii ii';ii; i r...!
anu liiuigesuou. mm ins iiruaius.
In the gtate of Maryland, where gar
deners grow great quantities of peas for
market, the pea louse this year destroy
ed 13,000,000 worth of the crop,
N.IL.savs. "One Minute Ccuh Cure is
to send petitions to their representatives the best remedy for eroup I ever used."
in congress, asking that rural delivery Immediately relieves and oures coughs,
ba made a permanent thing, Wherever colds, croup, afthma, pneumonia, bronehi-
the farming population is dense rural tig, grip and all throat and lung troubles,
delivery is a success, and there is no It prevents consumption. AN illiams 4
question as to its convenience and value- Brosius
Full grown Brahma Pullets; also, Chile club
seed wheat, for sale by r-o,i
lltf! - J. II. IV' mr,iiu.
I would respeotrally announce to the pnb
lic that 1 am prepared to do ail kinds of plain
and fancy sewing and dressmaking at my
rooms in the U. B. parsonnee.
DH Mtis LKTHE HI EST AND.
Timber Land, Act June S, 1478.
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
United States Land OIBee, The Dalles, Ore.
gon, Nov. 18, Ism.N'otlce Is hereby given
that In compliance with the provisions of the
...t ,,f n..a r i., x 187. entitled "An act
for the sale of timber lands In the Stales of
California, Oregou, Nevada and Washington
Territory." the following persons have this
day filed In this office their worn state,
FEED E. StMFSOX.
rr Hnort River mnnit of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, sworn statemeul No. US for the purchase
oflhe north 4 northeast V southwest H
.i . i . - 5 i . . a BUA,Inr. 7 Inwnuhin
iiiii iuciui kuu I(il o. kviiiim ., - r -
north, runge east, w M .
. BURT McCRORY,
Clt TTivid River mnnlKlf WaSCO. Stat of Ore
eon. sworn statcmenlNo. UW for the purchase
of the west u southeast i and loU 7 and U,
miinn 7 lou ntthin 3 niirLli. ramie U east, w M.
That thev will offer proof to show that
the land snnirbt 1 more valuable for if tint
ber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
aud to establish their claims to said lands
before the Register and Keeeiver oi mis orqoe
at The Dalles, Oregon, on Saturday, tba Sd
aav or reonmry. c. ,
W itnesses o. B. Harney, w . u. m i?i
Huliliard Tavlnr. l'errv Mct'rory and r red
Unna River. Oregon.
a nr ail umim ni&imlnc adversely the
above-described lands are l equated to file
their claims In this orHce on or before said 3d
day of February, ltf. ... . .
n2g- JAY P. IVCA9, Register.
Order Your Dressed Chicken for Sunday Dinner
AND DON'T FORGET YOUR
TURKEY FOR THANKSGIVING.
Sweet Potatoes . :
Breakfast Bacon and
Oil! Ml ffl Mm want rite.
CLYDE T. BONNEY, Proprietor.
LEAVE ORDERS FOR
With F. E. JACKSON. He and the DAVEN-
POBT BROS, have over One Million
feet of good Dry Lumber
at Haynes' Spur.
U. 8. Ijnd Olllce, Tlie Dalles, Oregon, Nov,
S, lsiiii. A sutliclent contest uffldavit having
been llled In tills olllce oy .;. r.. rieins, rou
leslant, against homestead enlry No. 5264,
made Nov. 10, 18114, for iols 8 and 4 and tlio
south V, northwest K section i, township I
north, range 11 east, by Robert W. Mitchell,
coutestee, in which It Is alleged that said en-
Iryiuan, KoDert , miutncu, n wihhiy
abaniloned said tract and changed hi resi
dence thei-efroin for more than six months
since making said entry and next prior to
date of this contest, and that said tract Is not
settled upon and cultivated by sutd party as
requlreu by law, saia parties are nereuy noti
fied to appear, reswmd and offer evidence
touching said allegation at ;o o'clock a. m.on
Dee. ti, IttW, before tlie Register and Receiver
at the U. 8. Idind Office In The Dulles.Oregon.
The said contestant having, In a proper al-
ftdnvlt, llled Nov. 2, L.;, set forth fact which
show that after due diligence, personal ser
vice of tills notice can not be made. It Is here
by ordered and directed that, such notice be
given by due and
I proper ptihllcHtlon
J A i
TI. S. Land Office. The Dal lea. Oregon. Nov.
14, ISB9. A sufficient contest iifTldavil having
been tiled in this offce by Warren Cooper,
contestant, against Homestead fentry No.
40OO, made October 2, 18M, for north north
east lA und north y, northwest Vt section 31,
township i north, lange 10 cast, by 1 nomas
A. Conner, con tester, ill which it 1 alleged
Mint Tliomas A. Conner has wholly ubandoi,-
ed said tract and changed his residence there
from for more than six months since making
said entry and next prior to date of contest.
And that defendant did not leave or aban
don a residence thereon to enter the military
or naval servlco of the United ritate In time
Maid parties are hereby notified to appear,
respond and oiler evidence touching said al-U-Kiiilon
at 10 o'clock a. in. on Dec. 30, 1HW, be
fore the Register and Receiver at the U, H,
Land Office In The Dalles, Oregon.
T it- said contestant having. In a proper af
fidavit. Hied Nov. II. I !'., set forth facts which
show that after due diligence, personal service
of tills notli-e can not be made. It I hereby
ordered and dir eled that such nutloe be
given by due and proper publication,
ni. JAY V. LUCAS, Register.
(Timber Land, Act June 3, 1(78.)
NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION.
United States Land Oltlco, The Dalles, Ore.
got,, Nov. IS, 1KHH. Notice Is hereby given
that in oompliance with the provision of the
act of congress of June 8, IK. (t, entitled "An
art for the sale of timber lands In the Mtates of
California, Oregon, Nevada und Washington
Of Hood River, Bounty of Wajteo, stale ot Ore
gon, has this day tiled In this office her swum
statement. No. 141. for the purchase of the
north sou!hc.t k and north southwest
of section No. 2S, In township No. I uortli,
range No. g east, W. M., and will offer proof to
show that the land sought I more valuable
for its timber or stone than fur agricultural
fiurposeja, and lo estubllsh ber claim to said
and before the Register and Reeelverof this
office at The Dalies, Oregon, on fcalurday, the
27 Hi day of Jan nary, IMJ0
bhe names as witnesses; W. R. Wlnans, D.
Bradley, J. I Henderson and Harry Wyatt,
ail of Hood ltiver, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
abovelesoribed lands are requested to file
their claims In this office on ur before said
tl th day of January. lsX)
ui:jW JAY I'. LUCAS, RgiMf