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5food Iver Siacier.
FRIDAY, FKimKARY 1, 1901.
Many Hood River citizen during the
past week or two have been bunily en
gaged constructing ' a 'charter (or the
government of the city. The charter
prepared by the jjitizens' committee and
adopted by the citizen in mass conven
tion gives Hood River the title of city
every time it is mentioned. If the leg
islature will give us the charter, we
will start off under its provisions an a
lull-fledged city. The committee found
many intercuts that needed to ho pla
cated in order to construct a charter
that would not invite opposition. In
adopting the work of the committee, at
the meeting Monday evening, tW ciu
izena made but one change or amend
ment. They added o local option clause
to the section relating to liquor licenses.
The saloon keeper, to procure a license,
must get a majority of the legal voters
within the city to sign his petition. If
ho (ails to get a majority and under
takes to run his saloon without a'license,
it will then be up to the temperance
people to (fee lliat the law is enforced.
The new charter in a comprehensive
document and embraces every subject
that may be expected to, arise in govern
ing our town for years to coma.
Governor .tieer appointed the follow
ing under the bill to provide a paid lobby
to go to Washington.' jtyd'.. labor (or an
Indian war pension bill: Capt, Jason
Wheeler, Albany; Capt. II. I!. Mount,
Silverton; Col. T. A. Wood, Portland;
Capt. O. W. Riddle, Riddle; Capt, W.
fv rtiIIwell,-.XillHUiookt -den. - Owen
Bummer, Portland; Col. J. C. Cooper,
McMinnville. The appointees all have
titles. Like the veterans of the civil
war, very few of the privates seem to
have survived the hardships of the war
and the ravages of Father Time.
Hood River Charter.
A meeting of citizens to prepare a
charter for Hood River was called for
Friday evening, January 25th.' Judge
Prather called the meeting to order.
II. F. Davidson was called to the chair
and H. D. Langille selected for secre
tary. On motion of J. J. Luckov, the chair
appointed a committee of nine to pre-'
pare a charter to Do noted upon ny a
mans meeting Monday evening, January
On motion of C, A. Hell, the chairman
was made one of the committee.
The chairman appointed tho commit
tee, as follows: L. Henry, H. F. lilytlie,
Geo. P. Crowell, J. K.' llanna, John L.
Henderson, H. IX Langille-, M. A. Cook,
Wm. Uoorman, II. F. Davidson. '
The committee immediately proceed
ed to the work assigned them. A copy
o( the charter prepared by the special
committee of the common council was
procured. It was read through and the
different clauses that had been objected
to were carefully considered and in some
Iilaces amended. The committee was
ept at its labors till 2 o'clock in the
morning, when adjournment was taken
till 8 o'clock Monday morning, at which
hour citizens w ho w ished to offer sug
gestions were invited to he present. The
committee continued its labors through
out the dav on Monday.
Tho clause relating to bonded indebt
edness was Amcndtul and the limit
placed at 5 per cent of the assessed val
uation of the district, independent of the
debt of the school district; and that a
two-thirds majority of the votes cast at
D general or special election Do required
to bond the city.
Paragraph 25 of section 48 was amend
ed to read: "To regulate any and all
itores, shops, theaters, public halls and
places of public entertainment and
'amusement, or any and all business
bouses or places in operating on Sunday,
and to prohibit all . bar rooms or tippling
places from opening on Sunday."
The licensing of saloons was left with
the oonirnon council. Several other
minor changes and amendments were
The committee reported to tho cit
izens' meeting at 7:30 o'clock Monday
evening. The report was received and
the committee discharged.
After the. minutes of the committee
were read, it was moved by Truman
Butler that a local option clause be in
serted in tho section relating to saloon
licenses, requiring a majority of legal
voters of tho city to sign a petition be
fore a license could be granted. After a
spirited debate, participated in bv Tru
man Butler,' Rev. H. C. Siiaffer.'E. L.
Fmith and others in favor of the amend
ment, and John L. Henderson, J. J.
Luckey and others in opposition, tho lo
cal option amendment; was adopted by a
rising vote, 30 to go. The charter was
then adopted as a whole and the secre
tary instructed to forward the same to
our representatives at ftilcm, asking
that it pas3 without amendment,
On motion of K. L. Smith, the com-J
puttee was tendered a vote ot thanks.
A petition asking for the passage of
the charter Dy the legislature, signed ny
J04 citizens, was also forwarded to Saloui.
School Taxes Levied.
In the town district, the meeting was
Called to ordof at 10 o'clock. The report
of L. Henry, olork; showed that the as
sessable property in the district amount
ed to il'J'J.ti'L'" Chairman N. C. Evans
showed that a tax of 18,lJ mills would
be necessary to rarry the district through
another year with oight months school.
A tax of lSV mills, he showed, would
bring in f2,.19H.QO, if it could all be eol
lected. Ifift -there is always more or
less delinquent taxes never paid till a
sale is made of the property, when the
tax must he paid to clear the title. A
levy of 18i mills was unanimously
agreed to, apportioned as follows; For
interest on bonds, 5 mills; furnaces, 2)j
mills; school purposes. 11 mills.
Receipts of the district for the past
vear wore as follows i
deceived from state fund.., $109 50
From county fund 1,1 W 65
Special tat, 1,5S1 40
Rent o( old school building SO 00
Tuition ; , 38 50
Old stove , 3 50
Cash on hand last year 27- 60
Total f3,324 21
Disbursements were as follows i
Teachers' salaries ?2.G36 88
Janitor 248 00
Interest on bonds 560 00
Wood 108 75
Furnaces , 200 00
Relief maps 101 So
incidentals..., 143 50
Total $3,389 78
Clerk Henry advanced $65.57 to pay
the deficit. .
Frankton district voted an 8-mill tax
for school purKist'H.
Pine Grove voted 12 mills for school
Crapper district voted 6 mills.
District 43 voted S mills. -.-'-'
Earrett district voted 30 wills.
Poultry a Success.
To' make a success o( the poultry busi
ness, Oy one must first underhand that
tho hen is a very industrious machine,
calculated to convert cheap product into
that which is valuable. With proper
surroundings and careful attention by
the owner, there is no uncertainty
about the result. There must he a com
fortable place provided for tho hens; it
need not be very ex pensive, but should
he dry at all times. The house should
face the south, so thit the sunlight can
have the full effect in 'winter. Ihisl
baths must be provided, where they may
resort and enjoy themselves. There is
no belter material than dried muck, that
can he dug along any creek or branch.
The advantage of such material above
road dust is its lightness. When dried
it is the best absorbnnt obtainable.
Thrown under the roosts, it quickly does
away with nil disagreeable odors that
may arise from accumulated droppings
under the roosting places. Tho roosts
should bo low down, not more than two
or three feet high ; 2 x 2 pieces rounded
off at the upper corners so the toes of
the fowls may rest comfortably,' which
they cannot do if a wide board is given
them. Throw dust over the roosts free
ly, and if your hens are free from ver
min yon need have no fear of them.
Never put the roosts one above another;
keen them level and in such form that
they niav be raised to clean out under
them. And then if the drooping are
preserved in boxes or barrels, the owner
will have a better fertilizer thon any
thing he could buy for bis onion patch
in the spring. I will jay nothing of the
incubator, mver haviug'used one, and I
am w riting for farmers that want to keep
small Hock of poultry lor profit in sup
plying their own tame and marketing
tho surplus. Wheat is the standard
poultry food. While corn is a good food
lor the evening meal in w inter, it is not
an egg producing food. Chopped bone
three times a week should be provided ;
never burn theiri. Furnish sharp grit,
even If you have to pick up quartz peb
bles and crack them. Broken -table
ware is good, and if old glass of any kind
is used, hrst melt it in your stove or lire
place; when cold it breaks up in nice
shape to furnish grit lor the fowls, and
there is no danger of hurting them
Never feed a particle of soft dough or
batter of any kind to little chicks. Bake
it. there is no better feed for, little
chicks than bread crumbs and a little
millet seed. A man or woman that can
feed a flock of little chicks on the abo-e
mixture, then furnish a shallow tin of
cold w ater to drink and get no eniov
ment out of it ought to go off and die.
Keep but one dog and have a good one
and feed him well, but not with the
fowls. Nover allow your poultry to be
frightened. If your 'neighbor coniesand
brings his dogs to visit yon, don t ask
him to come again soon. Be gentle and
kind at all times, and feed liberally but
not wastetully Look all meat scraps,
squirrels and jay birds that yon shoot or
trap. Do not let your fowls eat carrion,
but bury it,
Now, Mr. Editor, for the proof: Mv
wife and I began Jan. 1, 15)00, with 50
hens, mixed stock, i.ggs produced, 43U
dozen. Sold 316 dozen; used the re
mainder for hatching and homo use
Have on hand Jan. 1, 11)01, same number
as we had in the beginning, hggs and
poultry used equals more than the cost
of grain and other feed. Net, $60 for
eggs and $24 for fowls.
D. A. Turner.
Foullry a Failure.
Begin with any old scrub hens you
can buy cheap, let them roost in trees,
on the fences or any old place they may
find, keep from two to a dozen worthless
dogs, then w hen you feed the outfit
throw tho feed out'in a pile so the dogs
can run over the rtens and snap at theip.
l eed the little chicks on raw corn natal
or a little bran dough mixed up thin
nnd put it in a heap and let the little
fellows get covered, feet and feathers.
When you have company send the boys
out with dogs and gun to kill a chicken
for the dinner, let them chase the whole
flock all over the ranch, kill the bent
pullet you have for dinner, let the re
nsaiuder feed on snow drifts or a fog
bank. If the weather is real cold get
some frozen corn and give a full feed
onco before the liens go to roost, as my
honored father once did, and found seven
hens laying, or rather lying, under the
roost stiff and cold. Keep everything
wet so your poultry will have' roup,
rheumatism and gapes, then quarrel
with the old woman, go off to town, sit
on a goods box and swear that chickens
won't pay. I , , Tcbneu.
The most soothing, healing and anti
septic application everdevised isDeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. It relieves at once
and cures piles, sores, eczema and skin
diseases. Beware of imitations. Chas
N. Clarke, Glacier Pharmacy.
John C. Coventon, a young man about
20, son of Jas. Coventon of The Dalles,
is in a Portland hospital being treated
When threatened by pneumonia or any
other lung trouble, prompt relief is neces
sary , as it is dangerous to delay. W e would
suggest that One Minute Cough Cure be
taken as soon as lndicutionsof having tak
en cold are noticed. It cures quickly and
its early use prevents consumption
Chas. N." Clarke, Glacier Pharmacy.
The Dalles has one well defined case
of smallpox. Jack Allison, locomotive
engineer of the U. K. a., is the vie
tim. The authorities have taken the
necessary precautions to prevent
spread of the disease.
Pepsin preparations often fail to relieve
indigestion liecauso they can digest only
albuminous mods, ihere is one brepara
tion that digests, all classes of fond, and
that is Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It cures the
worst eases of "indigestion and fives in
stant relief, for it digests w tint you eat
Chas, N. Clarke, Glacier Pharmacy. '
Fred A. Carey of Cleveland had been
long a martyr to rheumatism. He was
limping home the other evening when
two men suddenly ordered him to stand
and deliver. On the pur of the mo
ment tarey ran like a scared rahblt.and
has not since felt a twinge of his old
enemy. " - :
!' The merited reputation for curing piles,
sores and skin diseases acquired by De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, has led to the
making of worthless counterfeits. Be
sure to get only DeWitt's Salvo. Chas.
N. Clarke, Glacier Pharmacy,
The Oregon commissioners to the
Pan-American exposition say that the
state's exhibits will include 9 pound po.
tatoes, the largest cherries and apples
grown ana trees ti feet in diameter.
Suoh little pillsas DeWitt's Little Early
Kisers are very easily taken, and thev are
wonderfully effective in cleansing the liv
er ana uoweis. c nas. is. Clarke.
A, L. Craig of St. Paul, assistant gen
eral passenger agent of the Northern
Pacific, has teen appointed general pas
senger agent of the 0. R. & N.
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold on a
positive guarantee. Cure heartburn, dis
tress after eating, raising of the food, or
any form of dysijepsia. One little tablet
gives immediate relief. 25c and 50c.
Williams A Brosius. ,
John F. Dye of Chenoweth has been
granted a pension of $6 a month,
Acker'fEnglish Remedy will stop a
cough at any time, and will euro .the
worst ooid in twelve hours, or money re
fended. 25 nnd 50c. Williams & Erociue,
Barret IN Roll of Honor. .
The following names ore inscribed tin
the roll of honor at Barrett's school for
mouth ending January 25, 1!H)1 ;
I'.erril C. Morey, Freda Hinrichs,
lluld.i Hinrichs, Alice Hill,
Mae Roe, Ralph Hinrichs,
l'earl Disbrow, Donald Hill,
Bvron Smith, Max Henrichs,
Flora U'ilson, Howard Shoemaker,
Elbert Poor, Lizzie I'nderwood,
Elmer I'nderwood, Robert Turner,
Rowland Turner, Grncie Sherrieh,
Wesley Markham, labile Sherrieb,
Kent Shoemaker, Orland Morse,
Ralph Sherrieb, Charlie Sonnikscn,
Laura Hinrichs, Berthel t'opi'le,
Viola Wilson, Bertha Rorden,
La ii. Dornheeker, Frank Byrd,
Whole number of days attendance,
1058; Whole number of 'days absence,
104 j Whole number of times late, 4;
Average number attending, 51; Average
number belunging, 58; total number
Clark G. Mohkv, Principal. '
No change in the vote on senator at
This season there Is a large death rate a
mong children from croup and lungtrou-
bles.Prompt actionwill save the little ones
from these terrible diseases. We know of
nothing so certain to give instant relief as
One Minute Cough Cure. It can also here
lied ii J 'On in grippe and all throat ami lung
troubles of adults. It is pleasant to take
Chas. N. Clarke, Glacier Pharmacy.
Commissioner N. C. Evans went to
Salem the other day .for the purpose of
enlisting the interest of legislators in a
bill that he has drafted to cure the in
equalities in taxation'. caused bv the ef
forts of counties to evade, as much as
possible, their share of tho Btate tax.
Mr: Evans' bill Beems to us as effective
as it is simple. It calls for a state board
of equalization w hich shall be clothed
with amplo powertoeqtializethe taxable
property of the several counties. When
this is done the equalized assessments
will be used as the. basis for the state
lew only, leaving the counties to raise
or lower their assessments, or any part
of them, as the county boards may de
termine. Dalles Chror.de.
Played Out. .
Dull headache, pains in various parts of
the body, sinkingat the pit of the stomach,
loss of appetite, feverishness, pimples or
sores are all positive evidences of impure
blood. No matter how it became so it must
be purified in order to obtain good health.
Acker's Blood Elixer has never failed to
cure scrofulous or syphilitic poisons or
any other blood diseases. It is certainly a
wonderful remedy, and we sell every bot
tle on a positive guarantee., Williams &
40 acrp, Kant Side, .1'; jnlim Irom town for
mile, (if Kid hum, good locution. Unity mull.
Call on or add reus J. If. KF.AK,
ml Mood Klvcr, OiTK'in.
Rooms to Rent.
From H to 4 rooms to rent, and small place
ror utnm-nltiK. Ii ilesirci,
fl V. VV.WKl NHCIIKNC'K, Belmont.
For Blowing Stumps.
I ion nRentfor tlipfuliiornlu lijorll f'nwriur
Co. nnd have on mind and ("in supply utiy
quantity of tho powder of this company, ut
any III 1 1 e. KJ I . ST A N TON.
I will pay rush for calve from one week to
year old. Write or cmU on- in ' lit the lUr-
reit ranch. WAKKI'.N uav km-hmu
Potnto Onion Hets for sale. Also, thorough'
bre llrowo Leghorn ltoOHer.
tS, J. O. HOGGS.
I hnv for sale n thoroimlinred .fenwy Bull,
one yr old 111 .March. A l-o, tt lew thorough,
bred Buried I'lvmoulh Pock Cooks.
. A. H. 3KWrTWhltqSaliiim,
N. It. Jordnn of Sioux Pity, Iowa, Is pre
pnrod to ship Angorn golds io Hood Klver if
a ciirlond or two rarlomlH pan lv sold. I'rlce
delivered here from S.i to SH. Parties dimirhiK
to purchase these gouts run apply to the ed
itor of tho Glacier or to J. J. JORDAN,
J'J5 Hood Uivcr, Or.
Trio of thoroughbred llrotized Turlievs for
sale. Sefl J2T. U. HACK K IT.
We have a peanut Koastcr of latest fatern
and can supply our customers with the best
quality of peanuts, fresh masted cverv dav.
Sample ihcin. COLEi (UlAHAM.
Wanted To Rent.
For a year or more, a house In countrv.
owner can reluln use of lands If desired. Ad-
orps stating terms: Mrs. K. J. Pierce to'
Flanders St. Port land, Ore.
Passengers taken to and from Mcolai and
Pavenport camps, and single rigs -furnished
ior mmiiy snopping.
al THOMAS ("Af.KlNS, Proprietor.
I Want to Sell
Watches, Jewelry and anything in my store
at a great reductlou KOlt CASH for the next
three weeks. CHAS. TEMPLE
House For Rent.
A nve room house with two good lots; ss a
month. Apply to B. WAKUEN
A light brindle heifer V4 years old: left ear
neavy cropped; some wuiifl in loreiieud and
on ociiy: uuuippea Willi wnisc.
fll UF.O. ROUDAN.
Two Lots for Sale.
Two nice building lots, with bearing apple
trees, near me school house. Apply at store
or c. u ttuiiKitn c.
Don't Forget" j
Thnt little 6 acre place near town which I
will sell cheap.. Also some other bargains In
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
lAni Office at The Pallrs, Oregon, jiiyn. Vf
VAn. .-loiice is ncreoy unven ,nai inejonoW'
ing-numed settler has tiled notice of his In
tentto'u to make llnal proof In support of bis
claim, and that said proof will he made before
the Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Ore
gon, on Wednesday, March 30, IflOl, vli:
WILLIAM I'.. lUSKKY, '
of Mosier, Oregon, H. E. No. for the east
vjRontiienst H and south northeast 'isee.
tton 15, township t north, ranee 11 east, y, M.
He nnmcs the following witnesses to prove
ins oominuous resilience upon ana cuitira
tion of, said land, vix:
J. W. Jfuskey. O. W. fluskey.N. P, Sturgess
ano hi. inuy, an 01 moster, Oregon.
f 1 ni S JAf P. LUC AResister
.and Office at Vancouver. Wash.. Jan. 2f).
1(101. Notice is hereby given that the foilow-
Inar-named settler has tiled notice of his In
tention to make mud proof In support nf his
claim, and that s-ild proof will be made before
W. H. Presby. 1'nitod Sttes Commissioner
for district of Washington, at bis office In
Ooldendule. Washington, on Wednesday,
March Ju, 1W)1, viz:
JoH X YOST.
Homestead Entry No. DISS, for the south half
of northeast quarter, northwest quarter of
southeast quarter, and lot 1, section 1, town
ship 5 north, range 10 ast. Will Mer.
He names the following witnesses to prove
Ms continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, vii
Charlos I,. Colbiirn, of flusom P. O., Wash.:
John It. Rankin, of White Salmon P. O..
Wash.: Joseph Ami and William Coate of
Trout Luke P. O., Washington.
flm8 W. R. DL'NPiAR, Register.
In ennieetlon with our Pressmaklng we
have opened un a new stock of
Includineall the latest styles, and resneet
lully invite the ladies of Hood River and vi
cinity to call at our rooms and inspect goods.
Every effort will bd made to satisfy our ens
tomera. - MRS. CLARK.
E. E. SAVAGE,
WACONS, &UCGIES, TOOLS.
Farm Implements, &c.
Lxilnsive Agent fur Oliver Plows.
Iu the County Court of die Hiatfl of Oregon for
- Wuseo Couuly. Mailer of the Estate ol
Edwurd Kiak', deceased.
Notice Is hmehv given that th undersign
ed, J. II. Kink, liiis bran appointed Executor
ol t lie liiKt will of the above-mimed Edward
Keuk. deceased, by order duly made by the
ilon. County Court of Waseu count': and all
persons having claims against said estate are
hereby untitled to present the same, with
proper vouchers, to the said execulor at the
office of A.A.4ayn,ln lheU)nof Ifood Klver,
In said county, within six months from the
date of tills notice,
lialed this UMi day of Jvminry, lll. '
J, If. KEAK.
Executor of the Uul will of Edward freak, de
ceased. A,A. Jayne, atty for executor. j (llnil
ITImlHir Ijind, Act June 1H78,
NOTICU OH PUBLICATION..
United States Laud Oirlce, Tho flalles,
Oregon, Oct. H, lt'-OO. Notice is hereby given
thut jn compliance with the provisions of the
acl ol congress of June :i, IK g, cull I led "An act
forth sale of timber lands in the states of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
territory," as extended to nil the public land
stales by act of AugUnt 4, Hri, the follow inn
persons have tills day tiled In this cilice their
worn statements, lo.w',1:
SAMUEL A. WHERRY, .
Of Hood Rl'-er, county of Wasco, state of
Oregon, sworn statement No. 10. for the pur
chase of the lots H, 1 and 10. section 1,'t uml lots
t and S section 111, In township Jo. If north,
range No. 8 cast, W. Mt - -
Of Hood River, county of Wasco, stnto of
Dreamt, sworn statement, No. it7, for the pur
chase of the southwest 1-4 northwest li and
west Vj southwest. l section 8 find northwest
W horlhwest yt of section No. 17, In township
No. 2 north, range No. U cast, W. M.
That tlicy wlllotrer pi ;s,f to show that the
land sought Is more Valuable for its timber
or sum than for agricultural purposes, and
to establish fbeir claims ti uld imids before
the Register and Receiver bf tills office at The
Italic. Oregon, uu Saturday, the SjIU- day of
- They nameas wltnisrV K. A. Wherry, Roy
Wherry uml (I. (J. Chambcrlin of Hood River,
Oregon, Dewlt Clinton, of The Italics, Oregon,
and I. A. St, Martin occarsoji, Wash. -
Any and all parsons cl iimlng adversely the
nbove-deserlbed lauds are requested to fll
tliulr claims in this offlce on or before said
iltli day of I'ebruarv. bill, -
n'tufl .. ,AV- p. LUCAS, Register.
(Timber Ijind, Act Juno 3, lh7A .
' NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION.
IT a I nml H( ... ri'l... 1 M., i 1
7, MHO. Notlve Is hereby given that In com
pliance with t lie provisions of the act of con
gress of June A, IsTH, entitled '"An act for the
ale or tl ruber lands In t he states of Cullfornla,
Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory, "'
as extended to all the public land states by
act of August f, Wrt,
1IATT1E a JIONNEY
Of Hood River, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, has this day nlcd In ibis office hersworu
statement No. Ills, for the purchase of the
northwests, southwest !i, and southwest 'i
northwest 4 of section No. 5 In township No.i
north, lange No. B east, W. M., and will offer
proof 1 show that the land sought Is more
valuable for Its llmbrr or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish her claim
to said land before the lleuister and Ueeelver
of this office at Hie Dalles, Otegon, on Kutur
day. the '.'Id day of Kebruarv. Lull.
She names, as witnesses:' Joseph Mays, Ed
ward Mays and Clyde IloAneyof Hood River,
Oregon, mid A. A, llontiuy of Tygh Valley,
Any and all persons claiming adversely tho
nbove-descrihed lands are requested to file
tneir claims in this ottlec on or herore suia
2ld dav of February, Itml.
ilHflo JAY P. LUCAS, Register.
Timber Land, Act June 3, IS7S.)
NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, The ftalles, Ore
gon, ixc. in, r.MU. inoiicc is hcreDy given
that in compliance with the provisions of the
act of eongrcs of Jimei lb,s, entitled "Anact
for the suie of timber lands in the St lea of
t alifornla. Oregon. Nevadti and V. ushimrton
Territory," as extended Hi all the public land
states uy aci or August mw,
, . . AUGUSTUS A. BONNEV, .
Of Tygh Valley, enmity of Wasco, stntb of Ore
eon. has this day tiled In this office bis
sworn statement ,it. for tho purchase
of the woit 'j southeast Yt and "Iota 7 and 1'2,
section 7, township i noi:(ii range v east,
W. M nnd will ofter fH-rtof'" to show that
i no laud sough i is more vaiuanie lor Its 1 1 in.
and to establish tils claim to suid lancf
belorc the Register nnd Deceiver of this office
at The Italics, Oregon, on Monday, the 4th
ua.v or .uurcu, i;i.
lie names as witnesses: Clyde T. Honncy,
Donald lioss. o. H. Hartley nnd Leslie
IS ntler. all of Hood River, (neenn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are !etUesied to file
tneir claims in this nice on or ueioro said
4th day of March, ItsJI.
frimi JAY V. LUCAS, Reetster.
AMD Union Pacific
K. Bound. Fr'mllOODKIVER W. Bound.
Salt r.ako, Denver,' r"
Ft Worth, Omaha, Tortland
Kansas City. ISti Sutdal
and the Kast,
2:00 p. m.
Walla Walla. Hpo-!
8:27 p m.
kane, Minneapolis Portland
Bt Raul, Diiiuth, Flyer
Milwaukee, Chi- 4:3)a.m,
cugi) and Last.
Salt Lake,- Denver,
t i worm.Dniuna, Man ana
11:4:2 p. in
Kansas Cltv, St.j Kx press
LouiS. . CTutligot 5:aua.m.
auu mo t.HHi.
fi i- i"
ror San fraiwlstio i
Ouil every Mays.
8 p.m. Columbia Riveh
r.x. Sunday! Steamkks.
Saturday, To Astoria aim way
Jup.ro, I landings.
) WlllnmoUe. River.
lOregou City, .New-
her7 Sn!pk A -qv
landings. ,'." '
WtLt.AMKTT AND Si" P,m,
7 a.m. j YMHtT,i,HivKBS.;Mon, Wed.
lues. inur. Oregon Clly,ayton! and l-n.
'i" wi anA n uy iuuull9.
8 a.m. Willamette Uiver. 4::K) s .m
Tues. Thur. I'ortland txi Corvai- Mon., Wed.
sue Sat, j lisA way landings.! and Uri.
Lv.Riparia. Lv twist'n
5:"5.m. SxakbRivf.r. 9a.m.
dally. IRiparla to Lewistonl daily
J. Bahlbv,' AgenfTffood River
Dalles, Portland & As
toria Navigation Co.
fsteamn$ 4 .
Pally (except Sunday) between
The Dulles, Hood RiverCascade Locks,
Vancouver and Portland,
Touching at way points on both sides of the
Columbia Uiver. ;
Both of the above steamers have been re
built and are in excellent shape foi the sea
son of .). The Regulator line will endeavor
to give its patrons the best service possible.
For comfort, economy and pleasure, travel
by the steamers of the Regulator Line.
Dalies City leaves The Dalles at 7 a, m.,
Tuesday. Thursday and Satin dav.
Regulator leaves at 7 a. m. Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday,
I.eave Portland 7 a. m.; arrive at The Dalles
5 p. m. Arr.ve at Portland 4 ; p. m.
Portland orfice. Oak st. Dock. The Dalles
office, Court street.
W. C. AULA WAY, '
' Ueoerat Aj-'nt,
fP Spir LIKE
At Cost to make Room for the Summer Cut.
Cull uml get prices. All kinds of Dry Lumber on haiul.
First Lot this Season, Just Received.
STATIONERY, NOTIONS, FRUITS, NUTS AND
Geo. F. Coe & Son.
2-pound can Oysters
Granulated Flour, per suck
Snowdrift Flour, per Back
Dalles Diamond Hour, per nick
Sweet Potatoes, per iotind , .
Cabbage, per pound : . n ,
Oriental Iilend Coffee, per pound
Arbtickle's Coffee, 7 packages for .......
Menado Java Iilend Coffee, per pound
Peerless M. uml Java, per pound
Table Peaches, per can
4-tlrts Corn Starch, 4 for
New and complete line of Htaple
Mutton, Pork, VKAL, Pork Saiihage,
Ilanm, Paeon and Lard.
Denver Clothing Store.
We are -offering all the Shoes on hand at less than coct price.
These shoes are lately received, and we decided to .slaughter prices by
putting them down to the lowest, figures in order to make room for
our Spring Stock daily arriving from the East.
MEN'S SHOES, former
MEN'S SHOES, former
MEN'S SHOES, former
MEN'S SHOES, former
MEN'S SHOES, former
MEN'S SHOES, former
MEN'S SHOES, former
MEN'S SHOES, former
MEN'S SHOES, former
Boys' Shoes at 63c, 71c, 82c, 94c, $1.07,
$1.28, $1.46, $1.73, $1.92. :
Youth's Shoes, from 47c to $1.29.
In Ladies, from 47e. to the bost and finest French kid ; $2 G9
A arge variety of Misses' Shoes from SOc up to the finest French kid. 1 74
A large variety of children's, from J'Jc up,to the finest French kid. . . . 92
REMEMBER, This sale l is commencing January 19. It will
.pay-'yoti to buy your supply now from-us while this slaughtering sale '
lasts;" ' : '.
- Yours truly,
DorxTrer : Clotli.iii Store,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON. v
TO MAKE MONEY
You can save money by buying Ladies' Shoes, displayed in our
show window, which we are olosing out at half price. Most of these
are 3, and 4 sizes. V
Come early ; they won't last long.
A. S. BLOWERS & SON
The Best Goods
IS THE CHEAPEST.
We have home-ennnod Fruits in glassStrawberries, Blackberries,
Peaches and Pears. The same variety of fruit put up in ihe form of
Jam, Jelly Riid Preserves.
Davidson Fruit Co.'s Spiced Apple Butter.
Davidson Fruit Co.'s Canned Strawberries and Tomatoes.
Honey Drop Sugar Corn, and Beaver brand Sugar Teas, are sweet,
tender and just right. .
H. 0. EVERHART.-
A pent for I'liion Ijuindry.
The RiKr GoofJsa?
Groceriey, Flour and Feed, lieef,
Link Sausage, lioloh'iia Sausage,
price $2 00; now
price 2 50; now
3 00; now
3 50; now
3 75; now
4 00; now
4 50; now
5 00; now
5 50; now
IS TO SAVE IT.
LIST OF LANDS
JANUARY 25, 11)01.
1. Four acres at Frankton, improved ;
j;ood spring; only J550.
2. Wendorf place, near Underwood,
WkhIi.; Hit) acres', 1) in cultivation; fair
improvements: yottng orchard ; !t acre
bearing strawberries; plenty of good
water Price f 2,00(1; terms easy.
3. John Sipnin farm, in lots from fl to
?(J acres; f"0 to (HO per acre; terms easy.
4. Lit opKiMto. sehoolhiiuce ; 75 fet
square. Price, (175.
5. The old Uogers place nt Frankton;
owned by (I. W. l.ane; large house,
barn, 2 springs, part of l'help creek
..ii.. ,....,. i .. l.,.. i ,. ..f (,.;. .
lann, lu.n n inij'ir.r-ti, nri( ui 11 till ,
price, (1,100 f!00 or more rush.
(i. (Ireat bargain. Two quarter blocks
in Paikliurst, leul and sightly; (ISO
7. Parrett-Sipma addition ; (00 jier lot :
(10 down and (5 per month; no inlrrrst.
8. Ten choice lots iu Highland addi
tion, only two blocks east of the post
ollicc, on Slate street, at (75 to (150.
Terms easy. Every lot lifts a command
ing view. " - ' v: ' '' .
9. The .1. II. Fra'ry place,1 East Side,
near Tucker's mill ; 200 acres, nearly all
level; part well unproved; price flJ an
aero; will be sold in forty-acre tracts at
small advance. Terms, ' three-quarters
or more cash. A great bargain.
10. Shilling's block 5; pleasant view ;
2o5.';0O-H lots; price j;iiU)..
. The (J. T. lialligair 00 acres, Wing
on the county road north and fart of th
Harrett farm; 24 acres in cultivation;
H) fruit trees Pricn (2,1.'.0, or(2,2t.O
half cash. New ("i00 burn on place.
12. 100 acres on Hood river, 3 mils
above Tucker's mill; 8 acrts cleared.
Price ( 1,850.' . '
1.1. The S. II. Bihhop home iu Hood
Uiver, lot 0 and part of lot 7, block 1,
Waticoma nddition to Hood Hirer;
pretty homo. Only (1,100,
14. The Allen Fulton farm, lfiO arr,
5 miles east of town; price (1,000; terms
15. Lots in Henderson sub-division
,")r, ., I.., . ,
,ot. II 111.
10. JohnSipma farm, 100 acres, (5,000.
(1,000 or more cash and balance at 8 per
cent, or the east 40 acres, cleared, for
(2,100. (500 r more casli, balance at t
percent, liest farm in the valley. , ,
17. The Eihleinian timber claim, 2C0
acres, at (1.50 an acre Plenty of watrr.
IS. CI as. Hi cers' 120 acres near J. I.
Miller; can be bought with or witboii
timber or in separate 40s; (U00 for the S
Mis, or (MO for !he f imher on the rt
40, or (150 for tlie west. 40, land and
timber. , .
10. One 9-acre tract and one lO-tu-re
tract of the Ileald place, (UK) to (i:',0'r
20. P. A. Trami place, White Salmon, .
in f-iirht of HimkI Uiver: K arrfi. ft in
ntntH berries and tomatoes 17,000 straw
berry plants and 1,400 tomato plant.
No irrigation required. Price (TOO.
21. K. yt S. K. H, S. N. E. tj' see.
4, T. :( N., H. 11 E White f almoii; tut
timber land; (10 per acre.
22. The Emerson homestead, cnWou'
mile east of towif; fine range; (1,500.
2:1. Ixils 5 and !'. block 7. Vii.i,
dition ; (50 a lot, or (5 for tho two.
21. Bernard Warren's fruit fsrm at
Frankton, plenty of water, good build
ings, etc. 17 acres. Price (3,500.
20. S. H. Cox's fine residence in Hood
Uiver. lot 100 x 100: i.rice 1 1.200.
27. J. U. NickcU-ii's place at r.l
monl; 85 aens; (2,100. 'lerms easy.
2S. A strip of hind SO feet wide by
mile long, with the creek, lying fx'twtH-n
tho west side of Blower's addition nml
the county road at Paradise farm. Prica
29. Twenty acres lying, north of Pctv'r
Koplte's, East Side ; pood land; unim
proved. Price (500 ; terms easy.
SO. 35 acres of J. V. Boggs' fruit farm
for (3500 (100 per acre in 15 or 20 aero
tracts. The 15-acre tract in 5-atre trac'
at!25 per acre; $ rash ; ' belanre to
suit purchaser; interest, 7 percenter
32, Emnift G. Robinson's l 'O acrs on
hills east of White Salmon, km wn a
the Dryer place; 'fine timber; unim
proved ; (785.
For Sale Eligible residence lots on
the hill, near cannon bonne; only (75;
ternig easy. In Spangler's Subdivision,
block 2, 1'arkhurst. '
For Sale at' the Emporium 100 acres;
can be clean d for ten dollars rtnacie;
40 good timber. Fine soil; no rock ou
150 acres ; big hay shed ; school and post
office only mile;- on dailv stage line;
well watered. (50 down, f 50 Jn 1 month,
(50 in 2 months; bal. in 4 years'. Only
(500; a rare bargain; 15 miles distant;
For Rent. The Wickham three acres,
near Mrs. Alma Howe; for-rent. Fur
nished house ; bearing orchard; straw
berries netted (200 this year. Rent (150
for one year; payable in three instal
ments in advance.
. (200 to (1,200 to loan. ' ' :
At the Emporium is kept a first-claw
surveyor's transit, and tho proprietor
being a practical sutvevor, is well pre
pared to do the work of laying out acre
age property in lots and blocks, and do
ing all kinds of surveying.
N. E. Terms are easy on all theaboy
lands, with interest at 6 per ceut. Per
sons desiring locations on homestead
and timber claims should apply at the
Money to Loan.
At the Emporium.
Davidson Fruit Co.,
" KWppers of
Hood River's Famous
Pnokrr of the
Hood River Brand of
Boxes and Fruit Packages.
Dealers in J-ertllizcrs mm Agricultural im.
IflOL-Notire Is hnrchy given that the follow!
inK-numril wttlcr has tiled notice of hl ln
tentioii to make final proof io npiort of
f a i'. 't-i "'"a '' - WillllKtOII. Wflft
tnarleJl K. No. illlift, for the south hilf
norliieasl cjuartor. southeast iunrtcr of north
next ijunrter, and northeast quarter of anutb.
llonauieathe following wltncwaa to pro
Ins coniinimi.il reslJence upon an4 culU ra
tion ol mint laml, viz:
William M Cox, John P. Risvm. Wflv
kef. ,Hrh'8" "w"M?HH.,i;
t,,l- ,i- y. ' r . -i.' .
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