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3ood Hiver Slacier
FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900.
A bulletin from the Oregon agricul
cultural college and experiment station
naya: "The growing of clover, alfalfa
vetch and peas renovate the land ax
well ai supplies valuable food for stock
Marked results follow the application of
land plaster to these crops, not infre
quently increasing the yield one hun
dred per cent. The farmer whoneglecl
to sow plater on his clover stands in his
own light. It should be applied early
in the spring so as to insure plenty of
rain after it is sown, as it requires about
600 parts of water to dissolve one part of
land plaster. Tut on from 60 to 75
pounds per acre."
One of the most important appropria
tions asked by Oregon at this session of
congress is that of f2,5O0,0O0 to con
tinue the work of deepening the channel
at the mouth of the Columbia river
The channel is constantly changing, and
bar pilots report that the depth of water
on the bar is gradually growing less.
The Arlington Advocate has changed
hands. C. K. Hicks, the new editor and
proprietor, is evidently a newspaper
man, judging from the appearance and
tone of his first issue.
Thos. II. Tongue was nominated for
congress for his third term on the first
ballot at the McMinnville convention.
The Oregon Native Son.
The historical magazine, "Oregon Na
tive Son," for March, has just reachod
us. Unlike monthly publications gen
erally, the "Native Son" is published
tne last ol the month instead of thenrst,
The following are the contents: The Pil
grims of the Plains," poem, Joaquin
Miller; "A Tour of the World," (illus
trated), John J. Valentine; "Multnomah
Indian Tradition," t. II. Baylor; Wil
lamette," poem, G. A. Waggoner; "Pre
historic North Pacific Wrecks," James
Wickersham; "Tales of the Mines," U
A. Waggoner; and other articles of
merit. . '
While the distinctive features of this
magazine, generally, have been its his
torical articles ana inuian legenus irom
the pens of authoritative writers, illus
trative pictures of the lakes and moun
tains of the Northwest, and the portraits
ana Diograpnies ol the pioneers, it com
mences with this issue the publication
of a "Tour of the World." bv John J
Valentine, president, of Wells, Fargo 4
Co. t and a writer and philanthropist of
national repute, tins article, composed
of a aeries of letters, will probably run
throueh a dozen months. It is written
in a very interesting style.and will prove
very instructive to those who tollow, in
reading it, Mr. Valentine in his mean
d wings abroad.
The illustrations are unusually fine,
and would do credit to a magazine of far
more pretensions than the"Native8on."
The Teachers' Excursion.
The iteamer Dulles City brought
seventy-three teachers and their friends
on the excursion from The Dalles to
Hood River last Saturday. The day was
stormy, the worst of the season, and the
trip op the valley had to be abandoned.
The excursionists gathered at the school
house, where they were Joined by local
teachers and others, and where they
spread their lunches at noon. After
lunch a number of the visitors were
called upon for short addresses Bnd re
iponded in a happy mannor. Those
from The Dalles who registered are i
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gilbert, Mr. and
Mrs C. W. Dietsiel, Mr. and Mrs. Jay P.
Lucas; Mesdames J. Michel), A. Ball,
Olivia Morgan, M. J. Donnell, Emma
Thompson, C. J.Crandall. K. M. Wileon.
8. L. Brooks, J. T. Peters, T. Brownhill ;
The Misses Kate Roche, Lena Itintonl,
time Kail, fcmma 8. Kouerts, Melissa E.
Hill, Martha Whealdon, Etta Wrenn,
ran VOoper, rollie L. Koherts, Mary I.
jMiiimt, Anna K. Taylor, Ella Ball, Loto
Kelsay, Lizzie Sherrer, Dcssie Kellov,
Maude F. Gilbert, Norma It. Dietzcl,
Minnie uartell, Maude Micliell, Ola B
Norman, Mabel Collins, Olive Slate
Constance Whealdon. Minnie Miehell.
Hannah Schwalw, MaudoMcLeod, Pearl
toies, llattie blenn, Blanche Emerson,
Rosie Buchler, Solina Phirman, Bessie
hnipes, W asco Morris, Nannie Buchler,
Lillie Kelly, Bertha Willcrton, Louise
Kintoul; Messrs. Francis M. Sexton,
E. H, Merrele, Earl Curtis, Clarence F.
Uilbort, Horace R. Scott, Justus T. Neff,
i. b, ianuers, lienj. A. uittord.
From Dufur: Mr. and Mrs. R. R
Allard. Mr. and Mrs. . W. Brow
Misses Eva Ileisler, Amy Johnston, Ada
lleisler, Maggie Sigman; Messrs. Fred
Winn, Clarvnce lleuler, J. W. Powell,
n imam uuiuinra.
trora Hood Riven Mr. and Mrs. CD.
Ihompaon, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Uernhner,
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Butlor; Misses
Carrie Butler, Mella White, Minnie
Mton, Bess Isenberg, Cora Copplo, Nella
ciiuury, ngum uunKK, l arrie v;oppie,
Messrs. II, L. Howe, H. K. Benson,
ne nmwr, a. h. uiowers, k. l. Smith
i. Ji. Barnes.
The Entertainment at Crapper.
Following is the programme for tho
UaBket social at Crapper school house
this Friday evening!
Dauntless March, Mrs. E. E. Lvona.
Recitation, "Laborare est Orare,"
Dmltwue, "Scene in a Backwoods
pcnooi tiouso, '
The Glacier man took a stroll out to
the Frankton neighborhood on Sunday.
The fruit ranches along the State road
were looking lovely. Fruit trees were
loaded with bloom and the hum of the
honey bees was heard in the orchards.
The strawberry patches in this neigh
borhood are all well cared for, and ou
Sunday were showing plenty of bloom.
with berries formed in some places as
large as peas, oaraens were well ad
vanced and well cared for. A new set
tler has purchased part of M. Willis'
place and has built a house and is occu
pying it. The cackle of hena in the
poultry yards of D. N. Byerlee sounded
like the hens were attending to business.
Richard Kirbyson and J. L. Gordon
have made extensive clearings during
the winter, and the Columbia river can
now be seen from the road passing their
places. Mr. Gordon has charge of the
Sam Smith place, as well as his own.
and is making it look like somebody
lived there. Sam Koplin, the village
blacksmith, has his orchards and ear-
den in tine shape. Ik-sides attending to
the work in his shop, he finds time to
look after his garden and occasionally
goes fishing. Sam is an ardent admirer
of Wm. Jennings Bryan, with whom he
! : - . : . i . . . j i i
is muiimw-iy m-iiiuiuifu, iiuving lived
near him in Nebraska. E. I). Calkins
we tound in bis poultry yards feeding
and admiring his flocks. His Lamr-
shan's and light Brahmas are doing
gooa woric. iie will enlarge his hen
house by utilizing his barn and will
build a barn in another place. Mr,
Calkins favors a poultry association for
Hood River. B. Warren'g orchards
were rich with blooin. His blackberry
vines are said to look the best of anv in
the neighborhood. Mr. Warren is build
ing a dwelling house in town and will
oner his pleasant home and fruit rancl
for sale. The old school house, the first
building of its kind of any pretensions
n tne valley, shows the need ol naint.
The patrons of the school intend giving
entertainments in strawberry time to
raise funds to procure a bell for the
school house. Other districts in the
valley have gone ahead of Frankton in
this respect. But when Frankton moves
n the direction of a bell it will tret there
and get a good one. Warren Miller is
hreakine un some new land for tarries
He sold enough ecas from his Brown
leghorns during the nast three months
to keep his family. 1 he Luckey place,
now ownea Dy a. u. estaten, looks pros
perous. Jack sold his ranch after he
iad cleared enough land and seeded it
to clover to make him. a good income
without much labor. Mr. Staten has
about 14 acres in clover and it is look
ing fine. His young apple orchard is
blooming for the first time. Twin Oaks
farm, under the management of Frank
Cadilv. never looked morn nrnmiaino
Frank finds that his strawberrv plants
set this spring are far ahead of those he
set last tall.
U. A. R.
Canby post, G. A. R. had an interest
ing meeting last Saturday.
J. B. Rand w as elected surgeon to fill
a vacancy and was installed in office.
A resolution changing the time of
meeting to twice a month the second
and fourth Saturdays to take effect on
the fourth Saturday of the present
month, was unanimously adopted. The
Relief Corps will meet at the same time.
It was shown that several of the com
rades had other meetings to attend on
the first Saturday of each month, the
former meeting Jay of the post.
The thanks of the post were voted the
Hood River band for their volunteer ser
vice on the occasion of Comrade Smith's
John McGurn, a comrade who had
spent a year and a half in the Oregon
II. R. F. 0. IC -
Article appearing in ths Gi-acikb under
theabuve bending from week to week will be
furnished and edited by tbe board of directors
oi uieuooa River fruit Urowers union. j
The Lnion hag completed arrange
ments in the various markets to handle
the coming strawberry crop, and with
fair quality of berries they will undoubt
edly be able to realize better malts
than ever before.
The Union is purely co-operative, and
any strawberry grower can become a
member by paying the sum of one dollar
and can thereby have a voice in tne
management, and have access to all the
Any grower can ship his fruit through
the L nion whether a member or other
wise and receive the best results ob
tainable, at a minimum cost, and have
access to all records pertaining to his
Soldier's Home at Roseburg, was prea- shipments, which he cannot have if he
ent and gave an interesting account of sllijs through private individuals,
his experience in Hint institution lit. The Union office will be oocn Wednes-
said the board and accommodations were I day and Saturday of each week, and all
"Not the Usual Way,"
Vocal Solo. "Bred in Old Knlm.Vv '
Ethel polka, Mrs. E. E. Lyons.
Dialogue, "Aunt Rachel's Fright"
Scene I, parlor at Mr. Lewis'; scene II,
a chamber; scene III, parlor at Mr.
Lewis' j aowie IV, same as scene IL
"Only a Dream of tho Old Home,"
Recitation, "Mother's Little Girl,"
Recitation, "The First and Last,"
Duel, "Mither and Robin," Grace
Lindsay ami L- H. Arneaoo,.
Recitation, "Meaiiuro for Measnrs,"
Recitation, "Wanted, a Little Girl,"
Song, "Fairy Moonlight," chorus.
Recitation, ''Wink and Blink," Hazel
nd Etta Jordan.
Recitation, "My Valentine," Heurv
Song, "Lift your Glad Vole, in Tri
umph on High,' chorus.
J. E. Rinns has kindly offered to give
some of his best pieces on the graphes
phono. Admission 10 cents.
T British suffered another defeat
In the South African war, April 7th,
pear Bloemfontelu. Gen, IV wet at
tacked them and killed and wounded
ftOO and captured 900. The Buer lot
wa, trifling. i
The Davidson Fruit Co. has furnished
about 75,000 tomato plants to farmers
who are going into the business of grow
ing tomatoes for the cannery. These
plants have been taken out bv farmers
and placed in cold frames in the fields
where they will be set later on in the
season. P. f. Bradford has had super
vision of the growing of the plants in
the hot bed and has also visited the
farms and given instructions about set
ting the plants in cold frames. -The hot
bed for the plants is heated by artificial
hcut. Tiling is placed under a bed 80
feet long covered with glnss, with a fur
nace at one end from which the heat
and smoke passes through the tiling and
escapes at the other end". Mr. Bradford
has been very successful with the hot
bed and furnished a nice lot of plants.
which were all taken out by laHt Friday.
He will have others coming on. and ev
erybody that wants plants can be sup
plied in another two weeks. The plants
are furnished free. Farmers have en
gaged to plant about thirty acres to to
matoes lor the uavidson fruit Co.
Tomatoes have been crown for mni-lint
in Hood River for 25 years or more, but
vith most of our farmers the industry is
yet in the experimental stage, the
question oi lertinzers requires some
study. There is an old-fashioned idea
that manure is injurious rather than
beneficial to tomatooB. Ordinary barn
yard manure is found to keep the plants
growing vigorously until late in the sea-
eon, at the expeuse of the production of
early fruit. This, it has been discov
ered, is largely duo to the fact that the
nitrogen in the manure is not available
until it lias been converted into nitric
acid. It has been found by experiments
n. .h V... T ! i
iiim-itr uiq new tftrisriy eAjirriiiicilt sta
tion ior tnree years that nitrate of soda,
applied when the plants are set out.
greatly increased their growth early in
the season and produced a much larger
crop oi early ripe fruit than either barn
yard manure, phosphates or no manure
Next season, if 100 acres of pens can
be secured, the company will put in ma
c'linery to hull and can green peas. It
might be well for farmers to experiment
with peas this year and note what profit
mere wouia do in growing them for the
cannery, nieu-an s Advancer, an early
pea, is said to be the best and most
profitable for growing for the cannery
H. h. Everhart has this variety for sale.
farmers Bhould keep a record of the
date of planting and the time the peas
Warrants for school money have been
received by tho school clerks in Hood
River and vicinity as follows
nisi. Clerk. Ami.
good and if a man obeved
was well treated.
Comrade L. D. Blount cave a short
account of his visits to posts in Kansas
and other states he visited.
The post will hereafter meet promptly
at 2 o'clock, and all officers are expected
to be at their posts at the hour of meet
Democratic Connty Convention.
The Wasco county democratic conven
tion met in The Dalles Tuesday. Its
proceedings were characterized by har-
the rules be ,rnit men are cordially invited to meet
the oflicers of the L nion and discuss the
Canght a Dreadful Cold.
Marion Kooke, manager for T. M.
Thompson, a large importer of fine millin
ery at 1628 Milwaukee ave.,Chicago,says :
"During the late severe weather I caught
a dreadful cold which kept me awake at
night and made me unfit to attend my
work during the day. One of my millin
ers was taking Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for a severe cold at that time,
mony and a feeling that part at least of which seemed to relieve her so quickly
the strong ticket nominated would be that I bought some for myself. It acted
otontwi H,wi im. ..m t. likemagicandlbcgantoimproveatonce.
elected. Hood River asked for the as
sessor and got it. C. L. Copple is
the nominee for assessor. He is a man
who will make a good official and one
whom the voters of Hood River and
throughout the county will delight to
honor. No nomination was made for
county clerk, it being left with the coun
ty central committee to fill the vacancy.
Hon. E. B. Dufur was elected tem
porary chairman and afterwards made
permanent chairman of the convention.
Sam Starr and II. C. Liebe were elected
secretaries : .
The following ticket was nominated:
Judge G. C. Blakeley.
Sheriff T. A. Ward.
Treasurer J. F. Hampshire.
Assessor C. L. Copple.
School Superintendent T. M. B.
Surveyor W. E. Campbell.
Coroner George Williams.
Delegates to the state convention were
elected as follows: A. J. Brigham, I. D.
Driver, A. S. Bennett, R. F. Gibons,
H. C. Liebe, Thos. Harlan, F. M. Jackson.
2 M II Nickelson 189 80
, r , t 1 . . .
o liiienry , 3511
4 P 1) Hinrichs 1(18
5 C D Henrich 105
73 II Feak 100
8 W T MeClure 28 60
43 Joseph A Knox , 22 10
5tt M F Bin! 62 40
61 J I Miller 97 60
The following is the report of the
Pine Grove school for the month
ending April 6, 1900: Monthly enroll
ment, 37 ; average daily attendance, 32 ;
number neither abwut nor tardy. 23'
Elmer Roardmnn. non Croshv. Grtt
I rosby, Mabel leak, Blanch Harbison,
1 tester iiarDison, frank Hennagm, Jov
Mason, Charley Lace. Lena Miller. Al-
phonse Mohr, Daniel Prathar, Etfie
Kooanson. Will e We U. Edith W nchell
Arline WinoUoll, George Winchell, Rosa
innart, Myron lshart, Nellie Wish-
art, May Masiker, Carrie Boardman,
Mabel Robinson, C. M. Sisson,
To Fruit .rower.
I wish to announce to the fruit grow
ers of Hood River and White Salmon
that I am prepared to market yonr fruit,
especially strawberries, on the same
geucral lines that I have worked in
years paat, namely, careful distribution
to markets, securing prompt returns to
growers and minimum prices on crates,
whic-h I am prepared to furnish at low.
est market prices. My efforts will be
entirely directed to the inwuvst of pa.
trona. N. C. EVANS.
The Wasco county prohibition con
vention held at The Dalles last Saturday
nominated the following ticket:
Clerk Dayton Taylor, The Dalles.
Sheriff To be supplied.
Judge . J. Collins, The Dalles.
Assessor A. W. Quinn, Dufur.
Commissioner W. D. Richards. Fif-
Surveyor W.E.Campbell.The Dalles.
Coroner Wm. Michell, The Dalles.
School Superintendent Geo. W.
Treasurer Wm. Heisler, sr., Dufur.
Joint Representatives Rov Blackabv.
Wapinitia; Leslie Butler, Hood River:
josepn Buriengame, Liutur.
By an unanimous vote the convention
adopted the following as the declaration
of principles of the prohibition party of
v asco county:
"We, the representatives of the pro
hibition party of Wasco county, in con
vention assembled, reaffirm our alle
giance to the state and national prohi
bition party. We declare the suppres
sion of the manufacture of and traffic in
intoxicating liquors for beverage pur
poses to bo the most important issue
before the American people. We believe
the removal of this, the mightiest evil
known to the world, cannot te brought
about except through a political party
created for and pledged to this end.
"Thus declaring and believing we in
vite to party fellowship all those who in
this with us agree."
R. B. Hood, Wm. Heisler. sr.. E. J.
Collins, Leslie Butler and Dayton Taylor
were appointed central committeemen.
Uelegates to the state convention were
elected as follows: R. B. Hood, Dayton
Taylor, O. V. White, Leslie Butler, W.
C. Smith, W. E. Campbell, E. J. Collins,
F. R. Spaulding, G. D. Woodworth,
1 am now entirely well and feel very
pleased to acknowledge its merits." For
sale by Williams & Brosius.
Fractional Township S.
United States Land Office, The Dalles,
Oregon, March 23, l'JOO. Notice is here
by given that on May 1st. 19(H). at
111., approved plat of fractional township
6 south of range 13 east, W. M., will be
filed in this office, after which time the
vacant tracts in said township will be
subject to entry.
Jat P Lucas, Register,
Otis Pattxrson, Receiver.
Stop Yer Kickiu'.
Stop yer klckln' 'bout the times,
(ilt a hustle on yon;
BkirmUli round and grab the dimes
Kf the dollars shun you.
Croak in' never bought a drees,
Crowlln' isn't In it;
Fix your peepers on success,
Then go In to win lu
Times is eettin' good agio
Try to help them all you klu.
Don't sit around with hangln' lip,
That is sure to floor you;
Try to git a better grip
On t he work before you.
Put some ginger lu your words
When you irreet a nelebbor:
Throw your troubles to tbe birds,
OH right down to labor.
An' you'll notice every day
TUIngn isconilu' right your way.
Stop yer klckln', get a hold
Of the wheel and turn It;
You kin never handle gold
'Lews you try to earn it;
Brush the cobwebs from your eyes,
Stop your blam'd rtpinin",
An' you'll notice tbat yer skies
Alius 'II be Mhlnln'.
If you hain't the nerve to try,
Hneak away somewhere, and die.
Shaniko is soon to have a paper, the
plant of the Moro Leader having been
purchased and will be moved there.
"How is This?"
Blackberry Roots for setting, $2.30 per 1,000
ana count, inem yourseu.
Ho time for coun
at such prices. (Standard variety, the
inquire m uiucier omce. aid
Wagon for Sale.
A 1 steel skein wagon to sell for cash or
;raae lor a S-lncn truck,
att H. Li. CRAPPER.
Durham Bull, on the Henderson plnce. Ser
vice i.oo JOHN KAYBURN.
Mrs. Mattle A. Ross, who has been connect
ed with tho Whitman Conservatory of Walla
Walla for the past two years, would like to
arrange for classes on guitar,- mandolin or
violin. Instruction thorough and practical,
All who wish to take lessous on these Instru,
tnenta can learn prices, etc. of Mrs. Hershner.
Mi Poultry Yards.
Eggs for hatching. Black M Inorcas.
Langshan and Wyandotte.
crosses Branma, Langshan and W
hugs from 50 cents to 81.00 a setting.
marSO E. D. CALKINS.
The Sherman county democrats nom
inated the following ticket: County
ink. f . ,.1 . T l5
O'Leary; clerk, Robert Beers; school
superintendent, II. II. White.
A Testimonial from Old England.
"I consider Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy the best in the world for bronchitis,"
says William Savory.of Warrington, Eng
land. "It has saved my wife's life, she ;
having been a martyr to bronchitis for iruit; barn, etc.
over six years, being mostof thetiinecon- uifi0??'0!?.06;
fined to her bed. She is now quite well." a a ""'' w
6 to 60 Acres.
I will sell any part of ray land, from 5 to 00
m'rra. iwo nines irom town, iniriy acres
in orcnard. w. J. BAKKli.
Sold by Williams & Brosius,
Wanted, to Trade
For 5 or 8 acres of strawberry land ready for
planting or already set out in plants, within
20 minutes' walk of the post olilce. What have
you tuexenange lora cozy noine lu Ashland
Oregon? A nice cottage fitted up In good
1 ib, inn. una com water, eiecirio iigms, etc.,
011 one ana tnree-fourths (.) acres, set out In
winy iu imuuies waia irom
Address 'HI Whitman street.
To Cnre a Cold tit One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Qpt .vine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if It fails to
K, w. Grove s signature Is ou each box.
Furnished Room to Let
A comfortably furnished room, on River
street, to leu Inquire at the Box Factory.
MRS. P. F. BRADFORD, Jr,
GEO. F. C0E & SON.
Successors to 3. J. LaFrance.
Work Horses for Sale
y black span and S truck wagon. Small
k horse In exchange.
Klrst-ctasa oedar Dosta for sale at mvnlnfp
a n..i. .. si 1 11 1 " r
i"t? iui rva mi uimu niver.
mat PRANK NEFF,
Hay for Sale.
A good quality of alfalfa, timothy and
iut wie oy
School Supplies, Books.
Agents for Union Laundry.
J. H. SHOEMAKER.
Fruit Farm for Sale.
4fl acres, 9 miles from Hood River; 1000 apple
treea. CE. Kindt, Comnierclul block. Port-
E. R, BRADLEY
All kinds of Saw Flllns done on short nn.
lice oy A. W, COKSTKN8,
Wanted to Trade.
For property in. or close to Hood River, lflft
acres; wot u under irrigation; ttne for fruit
or vegetable; rest of 130, wheat laud. All
fenced; also new modern oottasre of elvht
rooms, one lot, in best residence part of Walla
Walla, Address, Jfo. 3S7 Whitman St., Walla
r mm, w asn.
Books and Stationery.! Farm for Sale.
Your Orders Solicited.
SO acres, nearly all In cultivation. Tha vrv
choice of Hood Rivwr valley; 8 miles south ol
town. Mace me any om otrer.
sSi A. 8. msnRow.
Wtrll Improved farm: 40 aorea in cultivation.
near scnooi; good roads. Price I1..W. Best
ubiyimu m iiuoa nirer. rtfc-D HOWE.
Ail sunscriDen hi tha Interior vkn I. I
aavanc ud que additional can hv t
. w ivt-b- r.-k IUUU04H UT me TOJfttio. Hlft.lA 1
ku. m mir auurwa ior oq year.
ft. Q. Campbell will have chare of mr thor.
oughbred Jersey Bull through lb month of
April, i erms uy lue season, on ! v ri .hi.
4 V. WjNCHEUL
Mathews is sick with
The public are invited to call at mv gallerv
lion In all cases where work is inuuiu mi
me. Prices reasonable. Outside views a
One mile from town: In strawberries, one In
h' ark berries, ons in ranberrl!!. 9iiA fruit Lmgt.
J grape vines. Good improvements. In
quire at the Hood River BACKET STOE.
Blank Warranty Deeds for sate at the Qhv
LIST OF LAttrW
For Sale !
N ! I !
APRIL G, 1900. I
1. Four acres at Frankton. imnrnvJ
good spring ; only $550.
2. Eight-acre young orchard of Lynn,
Smith, only $850; i miles from towr.
John Sipma farm, In lots from S t
20 acres ; 50 to 60 per acre ; terms eas
4. 8. E. H see. 32, T. 3 N.. R. 10 r
160 acres ; 700 ; some improvements, t
5. S. of S. V. M of X. W. U J
12, T. 2 N., R. 10 E., 20 acres ; gome in
6. N. i N. W. H, S. W. V. X. W. V
and N. W. H S. W. M sec. 8, T. 2 N 't
10 E., 160 acres. $fi00. ?
7. Barrett-Sipma addition : $45 nor ln?
$10 down and $5 per month ; nointerw
10. T. R. Coon's 80 acres in Pole Flu"
Come early or take chances on getting left. mS81 of town; 4 acresdeaf
11. Chas. W. Gilmer homestead, t
Gilmer, Wash., 160 acres ; fine saw tin
ber; good soil ; well watered ; only $50
A rare bargain.
13. The W. H. Bishop home in Hoc
River, lot 6 and port of lot 7, block i
Waucoma addition to Hood River ;
pretty home. Only $1,100, !
14. The Allen Fulton farm, 160 acre
5 miles east of town ; price $1,000 ; tern. '
15. The Hansberry home, 2 mill
southwest of town ; 10 acres. Even
thing complete and handy ; good fruit
good water. Only $1,500. s
16. John Sipma farm, 100 acres, $o,00(
$1,000 or more cash and balance at 8 pt
cent, or the east 40 acres, cleared, U
$2,100. $500 or more cash, balance at
percent. Best farm in the valley.
17. 2500 acres deeded laud, well w
tered j fine range for stock ; $1.50 an acrt
13. The Dr. Morgan house and lot ir
Hood River; new barn. Only $800. I
19. The Sun lot and building; $750. I
20. The J. Wickham farm. ' 7 milef
southwest of town ; 80 acres ; good build!
ings and improvements; spring wutei
nriH AH innhfifi fnaa ttf tvtinori'nnTi 61 ilfVt
21. N.MS. E., S.KN.E. U m
4, T. 3 N., R. 11 E White Salmon; fin.1
timber land ; $10 per acre. X
22. The Emerson homestead, onlvon
mile east of town ; fine range ; $1,500. I
23. Lots 5 and 6. block 7, Winans ad
dition ; $50 a lot, or $85 for the two. jt
21. Bernard Warren's fruit farm nt
Frankton, plenty of water, good build
ings, etc. 17 acres. Price T3,500. i
25. Wilkens' fine farm at White Sal'
mon falls, 240 acres; 25 cleared and it
grass; good improvements; nne wate '
power; price $3,300 stocked, or 2,750 fot f
Sure Cure for a Hungry Stomach.
Fresh Salmon, Veal
And Oregon Vegetables.
Pork, Sausage and Willamette Mutton.
And Hood Eiver Eggs for Easter.
Chickens for Sunday Dinner.
New Delivery Cart.
Best Service in Oregon.
Store opens at 7 A.M.
Yours very truly,
CLYDE T.. BONNE Y, Proprietor.
C. D. HENRICH,
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver Co.,
Mitchell Wagons, Ilenney and "Bee Line" Buggies, Myers Pumps
and Hay Tools, Bissell and Oliver Chilled Plows, J. I. Case Steel
Plows, Harrows and Cultivators, Champion Mowers, Binders, Hay
Rakes, Phoenix, Mitchell and Golden Eagle Bicycles. Largest stock
on the Pacific coast.
C. D. HENRICH, Agent. Office Blowers' Brick.
And all kinds of supplies for
Messioial anfi Amatenr Riotograpte.
Printing papers, card mounts, developers and toning solutions.
Prices range from $5 to $20 for Kodaks.
WILLIAMS & BROSIUS.
26. 2i acres at Hard
L . b. Lommssioner. Notary Public. J. P. for Hood River District.
GEO. T. PRATHER,
Afcii id Cowan, fin Estate anfl terice,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
AiJhiaveI?8and,bl?cksfi,rs?!eInd,frereut Par,s of the town of Hood River,
inglotion hi town Blowers' Addition, the most beautiful build-
Pnnnlnf?:.8Uch M pylll? .??? toT non-rogldents,' or anything pertaining to the
County Court, promptly attended to. Can furnish township plate to home-8eeh
em or those looking for lands. Have been a resident of UKi ver Vaher 21
years. Correspondence solicited. Telephone 5i
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dnllr-a nnvnn farxh on
1900. Notice is herebv ffiveil that t.hA fnllriw.
Ing named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make final proof In support of
uis ctHiin. ana Mint. Auiri nr.,r win
be made before Uoorge T. Prather, U. 8. Com
missioner, ai. iiooa Ktver, Oregon, on Frt
utty, Apru isuu, vix:
SMITH "V. PrTRBAV
OfVlento, Oregon, H. E. No. 6001,
or V lento, Oregon, H. E. No. 6001. tot t
northeast southeast and south y. sou
east i section 34, township 3 north, ranet
east, w. M. it.
lie names the fnllnvrlnv wit
his continuous residence upon and cultiva-
uu ui fniu 1MUII. via;
M, Ostererard. Henrv MOi-ln f T
Obd 8. K. Blythe, all of Hood River. Oreiron.
Jai r. juuuao, Kegister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles. Ormin. Mniwh A
itTw. ..uiiwj ib uereruv ifiven mar. iha in no.
lng-named settler has Sled
tentiou to make final proof In support of his
claim, and that said proof will be mode before
the Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Ore-
gun, vi a ucniI),Alril II, 1IMJ VlK
or Mosier, Oregon, H. E. No. 73, for the
southwest J southeast east southwest
and southwest southwest section 15.
township 2 north, range 11 east, W. AI.
He names the following witnesses to prove
" " vi uikiuo imucucH uiMin Half, nil iivannn
ui, miu i ii ii vie:
Georsre .Tndv. Mnstn,. npcMv.M. TAw.m.vr.un
Charles B. Prathar and Qillis Hubbard, of
''' JAy V. LUCAa, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles. Oregon. March 28.
I'JOO.-Notice Is hereby given that the follow-
mg-naraea settlers have filed notice of their in
tention to make final proof In snpportof their
claims,und that said proof will be made before
the Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Ore-
Bwu, uuhuiunji, may iti, law, VIZ;
DORA J. ROBERTS,
of Mosier, Oregon, H. E. No. 5373 for tho north
west W northwest section 80, township 2
' S; B """i uuu norm northeast y.
IJyn So, township 2 north, range 11 east,
ALLEN T. ROBERTS.
of Mosier, Oregon, H. E. No. 5374 for t he south-
cnt ?i sum nwesi. y, ana lot s, section 19, town
cleared and in fruit ; on
27. Lots 7 and 8. block 6. Waucom
addition to Hood Kiver; price $125 a lot ;
28. The S. P. Shutt residence pronertv
at Frankton; price $1,500. ;
29. Fifteen acres. 6 under cultivation'
small house good water ; adjoins E. L
Smith's place. Only $250.
30. Block 3, Parkhurst; 12 lots; $700
31. Emma G. Robinson's 40 acres
East Side, adjoining A. I. Mason's fruit
ranch ; unimproved ; $850. ,
32. Emma G. Robinson's 160 acres on'
hills east of W hite Salmon, known a
the Dryer place: fine timber: unim-i
33. Lot, 100 by 130. on Waucoma ave
next north Dr. Shaw's residence. 325
cash. Other lots around school house
from $100 up to $300. Size from 100 feetf
square to 100 by 150. Half cash ;. bal-.
ance at 8 percent.
For Rent The Lvman Smith imnrov'
ed farm, $250 per annum, cash. t
LIST OF LANDS I
For Exchange for Hood River Propi
1. Nine-roomed, hard-finished housed
barn, water and large lot, in Champaign,!
Illinois ; near State University.
2. Forty acres fine fruit and trrains
land, 10 miles from Walla Walla,Wash
and 2 miles from railroad station ; fencad
on three sides ; no other improvements.!
3. Six-room house, all furnished, and
ship 2 north, ranee 12 east, and ann'thmii Int.. in Tsui Anarolmi Ca tn iTAinm tnr.
. . i . : J --"- ' " , .-"'1.1 .V AbllUllKl. IV!
TneT" town- Wrty in Hood River or vicmityJ
iney name the following witnesses to prove
their continuous residence upon and cultiva-
iiiuu vii emu muu, VIZ.:
Allen T. Roberta, Dora J. Roberts, Horace
i-aiierson, luck fisher and Sidney Briggs, all
At the Emporium is kept a first-claw"
surveyor s transit, and the proprietor
beine a Dractical Riirvpvnr in n-ll nn..
parea 10 ao tne work of laying out acre-;
age property m lots and blocks, and do
inz all kinds of survevin. I
N. B. Terms are easy on all the above
Land Office at The Dalies nrpoon M.h 'anas, with interest at 6 ner cent. Per-I
lyUO. Notice Is herehv plvpn that, tha falls,,..: I SOnS desirinc lnratlnna nn liAVi-iaatouH
&nraedto"isafi rmdrclaim8 shou,d ai,p,yat xH
ciaiai, ana mat said Droof will I 1 "
, U. 8. Com-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
port of her
be made before John Whitehead
mlsstoner at Newark. N'aw .innuV t.,, I
H U l ,n.W ' "" I
.l mnj A, V1K
CORA D. MILLER.
Of East Oranee. New Jersey, nnn nt tha hat.
and for the heirs of Henry A. Baker, deceased,
of Portland. Oregon, H. E. No, 5382, for the
7 uim n seeiion n, townsmp
2 north, range II east, W.M.
cue ii on im u lonowiiig witnesses to prove
ucr i-uuiiuuii8 resiaence upon and cultlva-
wiiu ,n aniu 1H11U, viz:
Daniel A. Sturgis, James I. Lewis, Louis I.
DS'?,e1,rt.an2 W A-8,ark-8,1 ot Mosier, Or.
Inat the tstlmonv nrusiH uit. ,ni
given before the Register and Receiver at The
iA , uu lDe last-named date.
Tlniber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Slates Land
Wash.. Feb. 14. 1900 Notlrn I ninl,
that in eomplianee with the provisions of the
act of eonsress of Juna a. ttrs entitle u .
t or the sale of timber lands in the States of
vmuruitt, ureKun, XMevaaa and Washington
Territory,' as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August 4, 1892,
Of Hood River, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, has this dav filed in thin nnina her
statement. No. 1974, for the purchase of the
nonuwesi quarur of section No, 14. in
township No. 4 north, ranra Vn in
east. Will. Mer., and will oiler proof to
t IT ! k e and 'ought Is more valuable
.... i hui ur iiune man ior agricultural
purposes, and to establish hw riim i ..h
and before tbe Register
SSM X,aS."WB8h- Thursday, the
umi? nan,es' witnesses: Albert E. Lane,
William Rand and Annie ttmhuv. nr u7
River, Oregon, and James Brown of Uusom.
Wash. Also, '
ANVll? r TTTru.-a
Of Hood River, ronniv nf unenn 'e,nt.
mn haslhlfint.. ni in ,ki.. L 7.
Tu..:rK.r-f'","iy.ii"?rn M. ' . , i.uii 'iv? wunes t prove
..h; .V,Tiei,;J. -r,x,.T ine n VrV wni 00011 anJ cuiuva-
Money to Loan.
At the Emporium.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION..
Land Office at V&nmnTPr Wank Vni, v
!n?-n;ClJf,hebyBiTen th8t h follow-ing-named
settlers have filed notieeof their in
tentions to make final nmnf in . ILir.
clalms,and that said nroaztwlll hSmnw..
V W L'.1A ....! . . . ,.
' ' , i.ici ui tne HUDerior lYlnrt et
Davidson Fruit Co.,
Shippers of t
Hood River's Famous
Hood River Brand of.
southwest uuarter r aniinn n m n
ui.i., . - - .. :- wu-
r" . i "se -o. iu east. W. M.,and
will offer proof to show that the land sought
u m,v ,-;iki ,- ;: v: """.s1"
..UUi .ui iu, iiiuurrorsione man
for agrieultural purposes, and to establish
ber claim to said lnnd lurnm th.vii... j
Receiver of this offi . v.n..VSL - "Su
on Thursday, the 10th day of May, 19U0.
?i iu U "iiuasx Aioen li. Lane.
W illtara Rand. Hannah Mathews, or Hood
Ktver. Orea-on. and JuniM ihnw. n...
Wash! " ' w
Any and all persons elairaing adversely the
boveKlesoribed lands nn .i .
m.Kr''nJ,ln Mli' mc or fow id
10th day of May, IWO.
K-osia w. H. niTNRAR. Kwi
&ia Boxes and Fruit Pact
FREDRICK LUTHY, affeS.
tr6nro,wnsh pro Dealers in
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
',, i , ut,,lc! r muwiated, call on
. L.Rood. Consulutton free. No chalet.
presoripHons, nomt.'so uy. OilK hours
fromA.M. tilUP.il.aadall nhrht uZ
Uon of said land, viz:
George Dnvanel. Edward Underwnort xpiu.
SL, Viitl! , ? n ff',yTte?y Bueehe, edl of
Department of thn TntHnr init nffice si '
Tbe Dalles, Oregon, March , 1900. Notice is
Homestead Entry No. S4X4. for th hereby given that the fnilnwina-.named set-
H of northeast Kz vf inn n . .n;"r?V tiers have Alert nmi r .v,i- i,onilnn to
of northwest !i ct on 22 Lncn.hin a u eommate and mitten Anal nmnf In annnort of
M .. Am. .. " "'1' w UVIUI, IKl..l..l . . . . . . ... 1 ' 1.
w cum. , m. mer.
range 10 easL WilL Mer
V'ho non.U .. ll 1. ..
.. u.ua, luciuimwim witnesses to Drove
u?i.Trnii?.??.nf 'den PO" ud cu?t?v"
Fredrick Lothy, Idward Underwood
George Duvanel and William Kellendk aU
of Hood Rivex P. O., Oregon. A,s5, '
Hcjated Entry No. 9795. for the northwest
Who names the following witnesses to Drove
Fredrick Luthy, Edward Underwood. Will-
laraJl",enS.onk "nd Bueche ail ot
Hood River P.O., Oregoo. e' au '
m9ai4 W. K. OUNBAR, EegUtar. I
their c!n im nH thai ..u win he mads I.
before the Ketnster and Receiver at Tbe Dalles, f
Oregon, on w ednesday, April 18, 1900, vis f
TIMOTHY H. MARKLET.
Of Hood River, Oregon, H. E. No. 6S17. for the f
southeast section 28. township 1 north. !
range east, W. M. , I
ERNEST IiOY, ' f
Of Hood River. Oregon, H. E. No. 7091, for U ?
hit and 7 and sooth northeast section ?
V township 1 north, range Beast, W. M.
name me following witnesses w i
tumr wuiinuoua resiaence apoo aoa
mvu J HMU 1MUU. V IT.
; to pros
Lee Morse, John Moore, K. Lor, Lew Mors. I
John Bird and Hersey Marklej , ail of Hood r
JAY P. LTJCAS, EegW1-