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FRIDAY, MAKCIf 22, 1301.
The Strawberry Croj.
Tlio prospects f'tho strawbeT crop
in Hood liiver are very flattering, and
there in an increased acrem?. (. J.
(iessling, secretary of the Hood River
Fruit G rowers' I'nion, has received the
following reports of strawla-rry pros
ectn from the rtnci jul shipping point
that come in competition with Hood
River berries :
Van Btiren, Ark. Acrerign deereawi
from J'.MH), SO to 40 per cent; average
crop; season early.
harcuxie, Mo. Acreage decreased ; es
timate 50 earn this year against Hi) la.st.
Lawrence, Kiiiib. About same as ltiHt
Exeter, Mo. Acreage decreased;
l'urdy, Mo. About name as last year.
Kayetteville, Ark. Acreage decreased ;
The entire Southwest country reports
prospect for an early reason, valla
'Valla, Florin, Cal., ami I'tali report
aliout average crop. Hitter Root vallev
reports increased acreage, but they sel
dom come in early enoogh to affect us.
A salem paper claims that a Grand
Army man of that tow u supports li i in
self and wife on a pension of f4 a month.
I'art of this story is spoiled by the fact
that Uncle Sam pays no less a jsjnsion
than 0a mouth tiold soldiers.
A reunion of nil th Iowa soldiers tlmt
participated in the civil war will lie held
during the coming summer at some eitv
in the state to bo hereafter designated.
In a few davs more it will be 40 years
since l'resident Lincoln made the call
for "5,000 men to serve 90 days. That
was a big army for our country In those
days, anil the question was frequently
asked: "What does Abe Lincoln want
with so" many soldiers?" The boys
thought it would be a picnictogo South
and "whip the rebs before breakfast,"
but it took four yean and over two
millions of men tow hipourerring broth
ers of the South and make them love us
Pcwet is said to be insane. His in
panity is the kind that is dangerous to
A vocal pern, entitled "(iath'ring the
Shamrocks with Patsic," was the mu
sical supplement to the Chicago Sundny
Chronicle of March 17th. Full of the
most delicious m elody and most exquis
ite sentiment, this song is certainly one
of the hits of the season. Juvenile read
ers of the Sunday Chronicle find the sec
tion of the paper that ia devoted to them
very attractive. The American Fairy
Tales by Frank Baum, the famous author
of "Father Goose; His Book" and "The
Wonderful Wizard of Oz," have taken a
firm hold upon the children. Other
features of this department, such as the
picture puzzle, the funnv "Oddity"
drawing lessons and the droll experi
ences of "Xoodlewit;!," are peculiarly
entertaining, while the stories of travel
and adventure, the short scientific dis
courses and racial articles upon various
subjects are instructive and profitable
reading to people of all ages. In the
last article of the series of nineteenth
century reviews that on the subject of
Keligion Cardinal Gibbons represents
the predominancy of Faith and Rev.
v Goldwin Smith of Toronto furnishes the
paper w hich presents the side of Reason.
These articles will attract attention, as
they appeal to all, whether adherents to
any creed or none. The Chicago Sunday
Chronicle in so complete a newspaper
and family magazine combined that no
family can afford to be w ithout it. Over
fifty, pages of choice reading every week
for (2 a year.
The Glacier has been shown Bulletin
27, from the department of agriculture,
a pamphlet of information concerning
the Angora goat. A good many of our
farmers w ho have brush land have been
considering tlio proposition of gettinu
Angora goats to help clear the land. All
interested should send for this bulletin.
It can be had free of cost by addressing
the bureau of animal industry, depart
ment of agriculture, Washington, I). C.
The veteran editor of the Moro Ob
server is now a grandpa. A son was
born to Francie 0. and Abbey Ireland,
March 7th, and its. grandpa takes up
half a column of the Observer to an
nounce the birth. Here's to the boy;
may both he and his grandpa long live
to grow up with the country.
Congressman Marriatt Brosins, who
died at Lancaster, Pa., March Kith, was
a great uncle of Dr. V. C. Brosius of
Hood River. Deceased was a leading
member of the lower house of congress
and chairman of the committee on bank
ing and currency.
Council met in regular session, Mon
day evening, in Bone Bros.' office.
Mayor Brosius, recorder,marshal, and all
the aldermen were present. Minutes of
last regular meeting read and approved.
Committee on health and police report
ed that the sewer nuisances on River
street had not been attended to by prop
erty owners. Marshal was ordered to
give legal notice to abate nil nuisances,
and if not attended to, to have the work
done and charge the same to the owners
of the property.
Special committce'on street grades re
ported that the cost of establishing the
grades on River, Oak, State and Sher
man street from Front to the Armory,
and all cross streets from Front to
Fourth, would cost about $100. Report
accepted and committee discharged.
On motion, the committee on streets
was ordered to examine into the finan
ces of the town, and if sufficient funds arc
found to be available, to use their dis
cretion in ordering grades established on
River, Oak, State and Sherman streets,
from Front to School House street and all
cross streets from Front to Irving, and
School House street from the school
house to the Armory.
Ordinance 31, granting the Hood Riv
er Electric Light and Power Co. the right
to lay pipes and mains and construct
reservoirs, was read second time and
Claims were ordered paid, as follows:
Glacier, $2.25; J. L. Henderson, $25:
Mountain Stage Co., $3.25.
Motion adopted declaring that here
after all ordinances presented by outside
parties and of individual benefit be pub
lished at the expense of the parties ask
ing for the adoption of the same.
Communication from J. S. Booth, ask
ing for a remission of $11.70 paid for li
cense for skating rink, was read and or
dered laid Oh the table.
Judiciary committee was instructed to
prepare an ordinance fixing fire limits.
The mavor presented the name of
Capt. J. It. Dukes for street commis
sioner. The nomination was objected
to for the reason that Capt. Dukes ia a
member of a livery liraa. Nomination
rejected by a vote of 4 to 2.
The mayor then nominated Capt. II.
C. Coe, and the nomination was con
Mrs.' R. M. Hunt, who has been suffer
ing with inflammatory rheumatism for
some time, was very much worse Sunday,
fcut has tlnee hnpr'jved.
The - Poultry flub.
Nothing but words of eommendatic n
from our advertisers. B. Lee Paget
says: "I am pleased with my ad in your
ptjWicatiou and like its setting." Mrs.
C. fC. Young: "Ad shows up well." R.
F. Robinson: "Your book is a neat one
and srwnks well for vour club." Inci
dentally, it tqnaka well for tho printer,
In a personal letter of some 2,'i closely
written pages R. F. Robinson says many
things of special interest and value to
our club. Ho is in a position to advise
us safely, having been for four succes
sive vears president of tho O. S. P. A.
Tho letter is too long for publication, but
the secretary w ill take pleasure in read
ing it at our next meeting, May 4th. At
that meeting steps w ill bo taken to bring
our club prominently before the public
To do so in tho pleasant manner sug
gestcd by our first vice-president at our
last meeting, it will require the active
assistance of almost our entire club
and each member is requested to be
present. Let each one who desires to
do so, bring a ten minute paier on any
subject of sH'eial interest to poultrymen
We w ill hear them and discuss them and
in this way gain more information in one
im-rlinu limn we might individually in
many day nud weeks of watching and
experimenting. If vou have poultry to
sell or exchange or wish to buy, write to
your secretary, who will keep a record
of w ants and put members in commu
nication with those who can supply,
lie now has a proposition from a progres
sive poultry breeder in Portland who
wishes to hire sonic one to raise pure
bred fowls fyr him. Gallon the secre
tary and investigate the matter; there is
more money in it than in raising for the
market and you know the price you arc
leeding for, tiiug doing away witn the
uncertainty of fluctuations in the mar
ket. Any one desirous of joining the
club can do so at any meeting. A very
few are in arrears for dues; would be
glad to have them "dig up" and bring
in a new member with them.
Shows the state of your feelings and the
state of your health 89 well. Impure
blood makes itself apparent in a pale
and sallow complexion, Pimples and
Skin Eruptions. If you are feeling
weak and worn out, and do not have a
healthy appearance, you should try
Acker's Blood Elixir. It cures all blood
diseases, where cheap sarsaparillas and
so-called purifiers fail; knowing this, we
sell every bottle on a positive guarantee.
Williams & Brosius.
Dr. T. L. Eliot starts East today from
Portland, to be gone two months.
Working 21 Hours a Day.
There's no rest for those tireless little
workers, Driving's New Life Pills. Mill
ions are always busy, curing torpid liver,
jaundice, biliousness.fever and ague. They
banish sick headache, drive out malaria.
Never gripe or weaken. Small, taste nice,
work wonders. Try them. 25c at Chas. N.
Prof.Ivison of Lonaconing.Md., suffered
terriblyf roni neu ralgia of the stomach and
indigestion for 13 vears, ami after the doc
tors failed to cure him theyfed him on mor
phine. A friend advised the use of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure ami aftertakinga few bot
tlesof ithesays,"It has cured meentirelv.
Ican'tsaytoo much for Kodol Dvspensla
Cure. It digests w hat you eat.'1 Chas.
N. Clarke, Glacier Pharmacy.
The Sunshine society will meet with
Miss Snell at the residence of Mrs. C.
D. Thompson, Saturday afternoon.
Dyspepsia can be cured by using Acker's
Dyspepsia Tablets. One little tablet will
give immediate relief or money refunded.
25c and 50c. Williams & Brosius.
T. A. Wood of Portland, one of the
delegation of Indian war veterans sent to
Wasliington to lobby for the passage of
the bill granting pensions to the veterans,
has returned home, after spending 31
days in the national capitol. Mr. Wood
thinks there is a show for the Indian
w ar veterans' pension bill being passed
next session of congress.
Moki Tea positively cures sick head
ache, indigestion and constipation. A
delightful herb drink. Removes all
eruptions of the skin, producing a per
fect complexion, or money refunded.
25c. and 50c. Williams & Brosius.
Experience is the best teacher. Use Ack
er's English Remedy in any case of colds,
coughs or croup. Should it fail to gi ve i m
meuiate relief money refunded. 25c and
60c. Williams & Brosius.
Two or three cases of smallpox are re
ported at Bonneville. One patient who
was being cared for in a box car escaped
and made his way to Portland.
When you are bilious, use those famous
little pitlsknown as DeWitt's Little Early
Risers to cleanse the liver and bowels.
They never gripe. Chas. N. Clarke.
Ike Moore and his brother-in-law, Al
Ganger, have been bound over to the
grand jury the former charged with
larceny of brass castings from the O. R.
& N. Co. and the latter with having re
ceived and concealed the stolen property.
See that you get the original DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it.
The genuine is a certain' cure for piles,
sores and skin diseases. Chas. N. Clarke.
II. A. Aldrich of Neoga, 111., reports
excellent success in preventing . apple
scab by spraying with Bordeaux mix
ture. He spravs his trees with Bor
deaux mixture first just before the blos
som buds open, using at this time 6
pounds of lime to 60 gallons of w ater. A
second spraying is given just after the
petals fall, and a third ten days to two
weeks later. At the second and third
sprayings he uses 4 pounds of lime to 50
gallons ot water. At all three sprayings
he uses 4 ounces of Paris green to each
60 gallons of water. The object of using
tnm at the hrst spraying we do not
know, says the Rural Northwest.
Their promptness and their pleasant ef
fects mako DeWitt's Little Early Risers
most popular little pills wherever they are
know n. They are simply perfect for liver
and bowel troubles. Utias. N. Clarke.
Rev. Chris Nickelsen has been ap
pointed pastor of the M. E. church at
lioldendale, we learn from tho sentinel
of that place.
The lingering cough following grip culls
for One Minute Cough Cure. For all throat
and lung troubles this is theonly harmless
remedy ttiatgivesimmediateresulte. Pre
vents consumption. Chas. N. Clarke.
Henry E. Dosch has resigned the
office of secretary of the Oregon state
board of horticulture. He has been se
lected for superintendent of the Oregon
exhibit at the Buffalo exposition, to
which he will devote his full time.
Counterfeits of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve are liable to cause blood poisoning.
Leave them alone. The original has the
name DeWitt's Uon the box and wrapper
It is a harmless and healing salve for skin
diseases. Unequalled for piles. Cha9. N.
Clarke, Glacier Pharmacy.
Excavating commenced yesterday for
F. E. Jackson's building on the Cradle
baugh corner. '
Like Oliver Taist.children ask for more
when given OneMinuteCouehCii re. Molli-
ersendorse it highly for croup. It quickly
curesall coughs ancl colds and evervthroat
and lung trouble. It is a specific for grip
and asthma and has lona been a well
known remedy for whooping cough.
Chas. N. Clarke, Glacier Pharmacy.
A (ioitd Suggestion.
Hood River, March 20, 1901. Editor
Glacier: Having experienced the hor
rors of several large tires, and realizing
what a defenseless position our city
would be in should a fire get a start
among the wooden buildings w hich are
being closely joined here, I have to sug
gest that the citizens, by means of a sub
scription, build a wooden tank 15 feet
square by 3 feet deep, with supply and
drain pi to be located in the center
of the square at Third and Oak streets,
same to be equipped with 45 buckets,
two axes and one extension bidder.
This could be done with slight indi
vidual expense, and might be the
means of saving tho town a serious
lire Bnd rendering many of our
people homeless and destitute. Don't
wait until you have to stand by helpless
and see vour property destroyed, but
lock the Lam before the horse is stolen.
A Horrible Outbreak
"Of largo sores on my little daughter's
head developed Mitoa case of scald head,"
writes C. D. Isbill of Morgantown, Tcnn.,
but Bucklen's Arnica Salve complete!)
cured her. It's a guaranteed cure for
eczema, tetter, salt rheum, pimples,
sores, ulcers and piles. 0ly 25 cents at
Chas. N. Clarke's.
EOREKA MEAT MARKET.
Fresh and Cured Moats,
Fruits and Vegetables.
Highest price paid for fut Stock.
HOOD RIVER, OR.
Free Ielyery. Phone 35.
Hlds will berccelvc.it by the executive com
mittceof tn .Mn some lodne for llio ronstrtio
tlon of a Masonic hall In I lie town of Hood
Ulver. Mils will b.! opened April A, 11)01, ill
12 o'clock M. 1'liiliM Htul rpci'llli iilliiiifl In be
seen nt the post office, t 'oiiinntlce reserves
the rlL'ht to reject any or all I) Ids.
A. K. l',l.i)Wi:i!S,
K. K. S.-WAOK,
W. M. Y A'l FX
Fruit Land for Sale.
4M) acres vine maple land, suitable for fruit
or nheep, In sept Ion Hi, township I north, range
lOeaM; only 810 peracre. Addresa IMum,l,
rooms (II7-B1S ( trcgonlan hu I Mini:. Portland,' r.
Hay for Sale.
Timothy Hay for mile by II. I'KIQQR.
My black horse, with w hite hind feet, newly
lion, mm miner on. Any information or Its
whereabout In the volley will be Kindly re
ceived ny MIL'S. .1. rc. DISH.V1A.N
We have ft peanut Itniislc.r of Intent patent
and can supply our customers with tli best
quality oi peanuts, rresti rousted every auy
Hmnple t hem. OOI.K AURA HA M.
Ilrowu or Whlto l.eirhoni chickens. Ad
drem J. V A S TIIIKIH, Mt. Hood, Or.
The following varieties from Ilwitern Ore
gon at SI a sick: Ctm. Downing, Hlx Weeks,
ureal Divine, r.any iireukinsi. urners neitv
ered In town free. II. C. K.YTKHAM.
At Paradise Farm. I will rent on n!mres 20
acres plow hind nod 'i orrlmrdu containing
aotne luuu apple trees, u applicant coine.s soon.
il y . It. A1IA.11.
Dried Prunes for Sale.
l'ptltes and Italians, u crood uuHlltv. t Hint 6
cents n pouna. .1. i . .mvm.imiih.
One of the Earliest
Strawberry ranches In Hood Hivcr: 20ere,
2 in lien west of town; 2 In berries, one in
iiinuiy orennrn, nnrseium wnttnn ana an mi
plenum, t'rlce Sl.V'O: eiisv lei ins,
nl:i Ult'HAItl) K1KBYSOX.
Strawberry Plant for sale at 50, tier WOO at
my place at l!im.en, Vhu , or Sl.uO per 1000
delivered at the boat lutuiliiir wtlhin 1U days.
These plants are from lust years settlnir, und
ctioiee. a. k. itYHM'.rr.
Eers of the prize-winner White Wynndottes
ana is lac it m inureas tor sale nt 5i.'i a selling
Local trade, ii. K. 1). CALKIN.S, Manager.
Brown Leghorn Eggs.
I have throiiKhhie I llrown Leghorn eirgs
ror sate at oil cetos a setting. curl i.r..
2 or 3 Fresh Cow3.
1 have 2 or 8 fresh cows tor sale al Riverside
Km ni,;l miles west of town
J. W. MOItTON.
Fruit Ranch for Sale.
10 acres of the best fruit land In Hood Klver.
All improved, with bearing trees. Kor partic
ulars address r. r,. IJAIl.l-.Y.
Spring Wagon for Sale
A iwo-seutea upring wagon, in gooa con
dltion, for sale cheap. Apply to
mlf F. E. BAILEY.
Dry Wood for Sale.
Cut 16 inch; oak, pine, Mr and ash, all tinder
cover. Delivered ul S1.0 a neu, or fti a mini.
ml ii. I). W OODW OHTH
Timber Land, Act June 'A, 18,8.1
NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office. Vancouver.
Wash., March 5. 1TO1. Notice Is hereby given
inai in compliance witn llio provisions ot
the act of conmess of Juno a. IS7S. entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada and
W ushinifton Territory," us extended to all
the public land states by act of August 4, ltlsti
Al.HKKT C. RAKKH
Of Pecorah, county of Winneshiek, state ot
Iowa, has this day tiled In thlsomce hissworn
statement No. 21IM, for the purchase of the
soutneasi quarter souiuwesi quarter, soutn
half southeast quarttr, and northeast quar
ter southeas quarter of section No. S.', In
township o. 8 north, ranpre No. lOeast.W ,M..
and will otter proof to show that the land
sought is more valuable lor its tunbci or stone
than for agricultural purposes, anil to estab
lish his claim to said land before the ltegialer
and Receiver of thisotheeat Vancouver, Wash.,
on Tuesday, I be 21st day of May, IDOL
He names as witnesscs:('harles H. .Stone and
William W. Pnehard of Spirit Lake. Iowa;
Konaiu ii. umieron oi vvnne Kiunion, w ash.;
and Christian Oulorof Trout Lnke.Waah. Also,
I'll AULKH II. 8TUNB
Of Spirit Lake, county or Mckinson, state of
Iowa, has this day filed In this ottice hissworn
statement. No, 2l;W, for the purchase of the
southeast quarter of section No. 88, III town
ship No. B north, range No, lOeast, W. M., and
will oiler proof to show that the land sought
is more valuable for its timber or stone tlmn
for agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before the ltegister and
Keociverof this otllce at Vancouver, Wash.,
on Tuesday, the 21st day of May, llioi.
He names as witnesses- Albert C. Baker of
Deeorab, Iowa; William W. 1'rlchard of Spirit
I-uke, Iowa: Konald 1). Cameron of White Sal
mon, Wash; Christian Uuler of Trout Lake,
WILLIAM W. rniCHAUD
Of Spirit Luke, county of Dickinson, Plate of
lowa. nas tins any nicd In this otlice his sworn
statement No. 2110 for the purchase of the
southwest quarter of section No. H,t, In town
ship No. 6 north, range No. 10 east, W. M.,and
will otter proof to show that the land rourIiI
Is more valuable for its timber or stone tlian
for agricultural purposes, and to establish hts
claim to said land before tho Register and
Ileeciver of this otlice at Vancouver, Wash.,
on Tuesday, the 21st day of May. Mil.
He names us witnesses; Allien C. Uaker of
neeoran, ioa;i haries uxtoneorspirit Lake,
Iowa; Ronald I. I'ninen.n of White Smon,
Wash.; Christian (julerof Trout Lake, Wash.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-dewribed lands are requested to hie
their claims in this office ou or before said
21 st day of May, KM.
n 1 1 ,'i m 1 7 W . JL t V NJ1AR, Register.
"NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION:-
Land Office nt The Lialles, Oregon. March 12,
1SW1. Notice Is hereby given that the foilow-tng-named
seitler has riled notice of her
intention to make final proof In sup
port of her claim, and that said proof will
be made before Heorge T. Prat her, C. 8. Com
missioner, at Hood Ulver, Oregon, ou Fri
day, April IH, I'm, vIjr
Of ML Hood. OrcKon, H. K. No. 57;), for the
south V, southeast l-4 and south 'souihwent
section 11 township 1 north.mnge 10 ea.t,w.M.
She names the following witn'esses to prove
her continuous residenec upan aud c uitlva
tion of said land, vir
J. M. i'iiz, J. A. Knox, P. L. Aubert and O.
H. Rhoaden, nil of M I. Hood. Oregon. .
nuiallr JAY P. LUCA8, ltegister.
Eggs for patching.
My blue. Hrn r,mi Dm best strains. My
Unlit Itniliniii hunter scored Irl points nt the
Multnomah County Poultry show In isini and
ir.')i iMilnts at the Albany allow In lmi. rece! -
lug Hrst prlw at bmh ;iiws. My lilaok Ml
norcasliK'k comes hum Uco. II. Northup's
yardi at Hacevlll,,, y,
Kggn 7.V n setn,, or , ,ritlngs for SX
((aid liur.ed Plymouth Hock eggs, .'iOc n sot
ting. iiis F. W. AMH-
Eggs "Egg 3.
Pekln I)ueli eiiu, ,,r haie.ung.
Thoronxhbied llarred Plymouth Rock oggs.
Two Harnd Plymouth Rock Cocks for sale.
A Iso, u few Itclrfinn Hares, thnroochbreds.
r.'2 f. W. J FN KINS.
Pekin Duck Eggs
From pure-bred birds. They are not cov
ered Willi gold medals or olhe- (Mixes, but
thev aland on their merits. No better birds
In the valley. Jl.io for Ui cugs.
Ii. N. BYF.FILF.R.
Healed bids win be received at the Mt.Hood
post otlice for painting the school 1 1 . use and
building o porch to the same. hiccllleatlon
eiin Isv iuid by npplyli.g to the clerk of Hehool
Mstrlel No. II, ill. Hood, Oregon. Hv order ol
IMreclors. V M. KUK'K . Clerk.
Cow lor Sale.
A Jersy cow; will be fresh annul March 1st.
Prlce$-V. II. C. Hi..sUr.
Two" Cottages to' Rent.
Apply to W. P. WATSON, Asjent.
In the Circuit Court for the Htnto of Oregon,
in theCounlv of Wasco. ,
Charles A. Lane, sull ftir divorce.
vs. '.KiiiinnoiiK by publl-
Viola K. Lane, deft. cation.
To Viola R Luna, the above na.ncd de
fendant: In the name ol the slate of Orcgoa.
you are hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint Hied airainst you In ihcubove
entitled suit and Coin t. on or belore
Friday, tlie2:d day of March. A. I). 101.
That being the hist dav prescribed In the
order for publication of said summons, where
in It was ordered, liiat said publication be
made once a week for six coiiwcutlve weeks,
and for seven luserlions, ill the Hood
Ulver (llacler. a newspaper of gem-nil
circulation, published weekly in the Town of
Hood Ulver, said ('(! nty and. Slate; and if you
fail to appeal and arwwcr said complaint, (or
want thereof, the iliilntllt' will take Judg
ment again)!, you for a. decree dissolving the
bonds of matrimony liereioforeand now exist
ing between the pliilnllH' und you, defendant
Tlio service of this summons Is therefore
made upon you bv publication thereof In the
said Hood Itlver illael r, a newspaper of gen
eral circulation, published weekly in said
Wasco County, State of t Ircgon.by order of I he
Circuit Judge of said county, W. L. Ilrud
shuw, under date the 2lith day of January.
A. I. Will, for six consecutive weeks and for
seven luserlions, the dale of the tlrt publi
cation of wtilih is the eighth day of l-tbru-
ary, A. 1. nut.
JOHN LF.LAND HF.NPKIiSON'.
fsm22 Attorney for Plaintiff.
I Tl uiiM rTTindT Act "7 uY.e il, ls7S.
NOTICE l'OH PUBLICATION.
t!nlled Htates Land Otlice. The Dalles, Ore
gon, March 4, Hull. Notice is hereby given
that tn compliance with the provision of the
act of emigre- of June :t, M n, entitled "An act
for t he sale of timber lands in the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory," as extended to all the public land
states by act of Almost i, ISH2,
AI'iil'sTCS A. liONNEY,
Of Tv gh Valley. county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, Ims.on Sept. 21, Iimi. tiled In this office bis
sworn statement No. I'W for the purchase
of the weal southeast V4 and lots 7 und It,
section 7, township 2 north, ranee 8 east,
W. M., and will offer proof to show that
the land sought Is more valuable for Its tim
ber or btone than for agricultural purposes,
aim in esiiiiiiisa ins ciau.i io sum punt
before the Kcglstc-and lieceiverof mis otlice
at 1 he dalles, Oregon, ouMiturduy, thc'iith
day of May, 11(01.
He names us w itnessc: Clyde T. llonney,
Donald Koss, O. li. Hartley and Leslie
Butler, all of 1 fond Plver, Oregon.
Anv and all persons claiming adversely the
aboye-descrlbetl hinds are lequested to file
tnetr claims in mis ottice on or oetoro said
25th dav of May, I'Vll.
m8nH0 J Y P. LI'CAH, Register.
ITiinbef LanilTAet Julie :tls7K j
NOTICE 1011 PUBLICATION.
United Plates I and Otrice, The Dalles,
Oregon, Feb. 12, Hull. Notice Is hereby given
that In compliance with the provisions of the
net of congress of June :, i7 e lit It led "An net
for the sale of limber lands In the states of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
territory," as extended to all the public land
slates by act of August 4, lsii the following
person.! have this day filed In this office their
sworn statements, to-wit:
HA.MUKI, A. WKKftTlY.
Of Hood Klver, county of Wasco, stnte of
Oregon, sworn statement No, 170, tiled ix-t. K,
IIOO. for the pnreha-o of the lota S, 11 and 10,
section 18 and lots 2 and .1 section ID. In town
ship No, 2 north, range No. w east, W. M.
HOY W HFIiKY.
Of Hood Klver, count v of Wasco, state of
Oregon, sworn statement, No. 107, tilled Sept.
17, IttOO, for the purchase of the southwest
northwest lt and west soiithwesi section
8 and northwest Vt northwest )4 of section No.
17 In township No, 2 north, range No. 0 east,
V . M.
That they will offer proof to show that the
land sought Is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural purposes, and
to establish their claims to said lands before
the Heglster and Kecelver of this ottice at The
Dalles, Oregon, on Friday, the 2th day of
They name us witnesses: ,S. A. Wherry, Roy
Wherry and ().. Chamberlin of Hood Hivcr,
Oregon, Pewit Clinton, of The Dalles, Oregon,
and I. A. Hi. Martin oi Carson, Wash.
Any and all persons cl"inilng adversely the
above-described lands ore requested to file
iheir claims In this office on ur before said
2ith day of April. 1H0I.
flmUll J A Y I. LITCAS. Rcglster
N O T I CE E(J li V U li LI C A 11 ON.
Land Office nt The Dalles, Oregon, Feb. 15,
1901.7-Notlce is hereby given that t he follow
ing named setller has filed notice of bis Inten
tion to make flnul proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
George T. Prathor, U. H. Commissioner, lit
Hood Ulver, Oregon, on Friday, March Si,
JOHN B. JACKSON,
Of Hood River, Oregon, ii . U. No. ,Vi3.1. for the
southeast, 14 section 40, township 2 north,
range II east, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous rcsldeuce upon and cultiva
tion of, said hind, viz:
Robert Robertson, Charles Wells, Warren
Wells and Chester Scars, all of Hood Klvcr.Or.
f22in2t) JAY P. LUCAS. ltegister.
and mims Pawhc
E. BoUNDcFr-mHOODKIVER! W.
Suit' Lake, Denver,!
Ft Vorth,(maha,; Portland
2.-C5 p. m.
Walla 'Walla. Sno-
St Paul. Duluth,;
cago und East.
Salt Lake, Denver,!
Ft W'orth.Onialia.'Mall and
K t press.
11:42 p. m.
Kansas City, St,
and the Lust.
For San Francisco
Suil every odays.
8 p.m. Coi.fvniA River 4 p.m.
V.x. Sunday Stkaxkks. Ex.Suuday.
Saturday, To Aslorla and way
10 p.m. 1 landings.
i Wlllomette River. I 4:.W p.m.
6 a.m. lOregnn City, New-Ex-unday.
Ex. Sunday! berg.Salcm & wayi
iWlLLAMF.TTIC ANT)' S$0 p.m.
7 a.m. I Yamhu.i. Kivkhs. Mon, Wed.
Tues. Ttiur. Oregon Cit v.Dnytoni and FrL
.-,. noil way fuiiuiiii;.
a.m. Willamette River. ! 4:W
TntKj Thur. Portland U C'orval-:Mon
'J... WU.V 1U11U1IIK3.
iii a.m. j Ssakk Rivra. I U.t.rn.
?a'' Jtlparia to Lewiston' daily.
A. L. CKAl(,"tien'TPass. Agt.Porlland.Or.
J. Ba(,lev, Agent, Hoed Uiver.
Cl LI 1 -
We ordered a big Hfoclc of Clothing for Portland, and fis we have
chnnged our locatiua to Hood Rivor, havo found that wo aru ctitiri'ly
overstocked w ith this line of goods. So wo decided to offer the stock
at rotuil for
LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES.
Come and look for yoursulf. It costs nothing to 8how goods at tho
Denver Clothing Store,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Opposita the Dunk.
""s now have the largest and mopf rnmtih'te stock of General Mor-'
chamtise that tve l.ave ever carried in this town.
When yoti want a pair of GOOD Shoos, see us; we handle the old
reliable Miller make; no better fhoes on earth.
In men's and boys' hats and caps we have a magnificent stock, all
new and tip to date!
Men's Suits from 7.50 to f If!. Don't bnv until von see them.
A. S. BLOWERS & SON.
Are tho best Confections 011 the market. The bes-t is none too good
for Hood River people.
We do not sell tolucco-tainted Candy.
GEO. F. COE & SON,
Sole Agents Aldon brand Confections.
REMXAXTS A few hidies and children's Hats.
$1X0 Corsets in large sizes, 50c.
Men's linen Collars, broken lines, at 10c each.
Two boxes Empire school Crayons, 25e.
Fine Writing Paper, choice, fur 10c a box.
L3g?t, W3?itc Lonyes of Bread
are the pride of every housewife. And why not? What is
nicer than fine, light, white loaves of wholesome bread
and perfect baking. The
to naught when used on
THE MOST PERFECT RESULTS
and complete satisfaction will reward your
efforts where our SNOWDRIFT FLOUR
is used. By the Back only
is appreciated by particular people. Not
only can you find quantity and quality, but
the limit of prices is such
and economical. We give
cook them to suit yourself.
meat is from selected stock and
meal. It's good if we furnish it.
At Cost to make Room for the Summer Cut.
Call and pet prices. All kinds of Dry Lumber on hand.
L. E. OLDS,
All work warranted first class. Esti
mates made without charge.
Office with Mountain Stage Company,
Hood River, Oregon.
Passengers tuken to and from Nieoliil and
Pavt-nport oimpfi. and single rigs furnished
tor family Knnpping.
nl THOMAS CALKINS, Proprietor.
That little acrb place npar loivn hlr.h I
will isell ehetip. Alfo Dome uther tiaivains In
land. No agents. T. R. COO".
Marcli 23 d.
hkill of the housewife conies
as appeals to the thrifty
you rare meats always. You
Thev give you strength. Our
sold to give you an enjoyable
Notice Is herehy piven that on Hie 25th day
of February, 1"01, an e.Teemion wu regularly
iKstted out of the circuit tourt of the ftnte of
Oregon f'ir Wruco county upon a Judgment
Biven and rendered therein on the lu duy of
February, lnotl, in favor of Mays 4 Crowe,
plaintiffs, and against Wilson K. Wlnaimund
Slry Wlnans, rieietiants, for the stun of
S li.'i.lX), the Ranie beinif enrolled rttnl docketed
in said court on the 2d day of March, Hi0.
Miid execution b?tng to me directed and cum
matidinK me to levy uixni and wll the nor.
nonal property of the suid jiidriiient debtors,
or In case no personal property be found, then
to levy upon and wll any real estate tn loiiK
Ing to said Judgment debtors or either of
them on or after said 2d day of March, ItNJU,
and under and in pursuance of said execution
I did, on the iiiihdayof Kebrua.-y, lWli, levy
u fain the west half of the soul heast quarter of
the northeast quarter of section one In town
ship one north of ranite nine east of W. M., In
Wasco county, Oregon, and w ill on
Halurday. the 30th day of March, ldfll.
at the hour of 2 o'clock, P. M.. at the court
house door in lal es City, Wasco county,
iregon, sell the above described real estate to
t lie highest hidder lor cnh in hand for the
purpose of satisfy in? sali indgment.
HoHEKf Ki :i.LY.
mlm29 Sheriff Wasco county, Oregon.
LIST OF LANDS
1. The Lov laee, near Tneker's mill,
on Ilood river; small bouse; 0 acres
cleared ; price $:i.'n).
2. Wendorf place, near Underwood,
Wash.; ltiOaeres; ID in cultivation ; (air
Improvements; yotiti( orchard ; 3 atreii
hearing straw lierries ; plenty of gaxl
witter. I'riee f-,t!(Kl ; terms easy.
3. John Sipina farm, in lots from 3 to
CO acres ; foU to W per acre ; terms easy .
4. ImI opKite schoolhonse ; 75 feet
sitiaro. I'riee, f 1 75.
5. The old Rogers plaeo at Frankton;
owned by li. V. Lane; lare house,
barn, 2 springs, part of l'helps erckk
fulls, 2 acres improved, plenty of fruit ;
price, $l,lt)0 fotK) or more rush.
(I. tireat bargain. Two quarter blocks
in Tarkhurst, level and nightly; tl'M
7. Iiarrett-Sipma addition ; f 00 per lot:
flO down and fa ikt inonth ; no interest.
8. Ten choice lots in Ilighliiiid'addi
t ion , only two blocks east of the post
oilier, on State street, at f 75 to f 150.
Terms easy. Every lot l.'as a eommaud
9. The J. II. Frary jdece, Fast Side,
near Tucker's mill; 200 acres, nearly all
level ; part well improved; price fl2 a a
acre; will be sold in forty-acre tracts at
small advance. Terms, "three-quartr
or more cash. A great bargain.
10. Stallinif's block 5; pleasant view ;
2o."ix20ii 14 lots; price f'iCO.
11. The (I. T. Ciulligan M) acres, lying
tm the county road north and cast of tho
Lurrett farm; 21 acres in cultivation;
WK) fruit trees I'riee f 2,150, or f 2,210
half cash. New foOO barn on place.
12. IliO acres on Hood river, 3 miles
above Tucker's mill; 3 acres cleared.
13. Tho W. II. Bishop home in Hood
Liver, lot 0 ami part of lot 7, block 1,
Wuticoma addition to Hood Liver; a
pretty home. Only f 1,100,
14. The Allen Fulton farm, 100 acres,
5 miles east of town ; price f 1,000; terms
15. Lots in Henderson sub-division
f;.7..r0 a lot.
Hi. John Sipma farm, lOOaeres, $5,000.
f 1 ,000 or moro cithh and balance at 8 per
cent, or the east 40 acres, cleared, for
f2,mo. foOOt r more cash,' balance at 8
per rent, llest farm in the? valley.
17. Two lots and nice cottage, east cf
Convrreational parsonage; price fboO;
13. Chas. liojrers' 120 acres near J. I.
Miller; can be bought with or wi'.hotit
timber or in separate -JOs ; f;i00 for the 3
40s, or f 100 for the timber on the wtnt
40, or floO fur the west 40, land and
10. Tho Glover farm, well improved,
4-, miles from ijoldendale ; 240 acre;
llOacrcB in cultivation; f3 acres in
w inter wheat; 7 acres in ling pasture,
with a creek running throtiuli'it ; all un
der fence, with cross fences; larn
new barn antl tine house. I'riee f 12. .'.0
an acre ; w ill take. Hood Hivur property
in part payment.
20. I'. A. Tratta place, White Salmon,
in si'ht of Hood Ktver; 8 acres, 5 in
straw bcrriesatid tomatoes 17, OIK) straw
berry plants and 1,400 tomato plant.
No irniration required. ' Price $700.
21. X. ki S. K. t. S. k X. F. M soe.
4, T. 3 K...K. II !:' White falmou; fine
tin. her land; flu jitr acre. v
22. Tho IJniet son homeistead, only one
mile east of town; fine range; f 1,500.
23. Lots 5 and 6, block 7, Witians ad
dition ; f.iO a lot, or f85 for the two.
24. Keinard Warren's fruit farm at
Frankton, plenty of water, good build
ings, etc. 17 acres. Price f3. 500.
25. All of Waucoma Park addition, &
lots, at f2. W0 cash.
2H. S. H. Cox's fine residence in Hood
River, lot 100 x ltlO; price f 1,200.
27, J. It. Nickelsen's place at LM
tiiont; S5 seres; f 2,100. Terms ensv.
2S. A strip of land 0 feet wide Ly M
mile long, with the creek, lying between
the. west side of Blower's addition and
the county road at Paradise farm. Prir
Twenty acres lying north of Peter
Kopke's, Fust Side; pnod land; unim
proved. Price f500; terms easy.
3(1. Fort v acres of unimproved land
on 1-a-tSde ot H mil i iwr; joins
Fmnia Eobi i-on 40 acres on the -north
near Harbison's, price f750 or fSOO bait
31. At Trout Lake, 80 a. ; 3 in timothy,
cuts 8 tons a year; 50 a. in heavy saw
timber, while pine, fir and cedar; west
fork White Salmon river runs through
the place; price f 1,250.
32. Emma G. Robinson's 100 acres on
hills east of White Salmon, known as
the Dryer place; fine timber; unim
proved ; f 785.
Flifribla residence lots in Spangler'i
subdivision, near cannon house; only
f io ; terms easy.
UK) acres near school and P. 0., 15 m.
distant; on daily statfe line; fine soil, 40
a. pood timber; price $500 f,r)0down,f60
in 1 month, f50 in 2 mos., bal in 4 years.
f2UD to f 1,200 to loan.
At the Emporium is kept a first-clasa
surveyor's transit, and the proprietor
pared to do the work of laying out acre
age property in. lots and blocks, and do
ing all kinds of surveying.
X. B. Terms are easy on all the above
lands, with interest at 6 per cent. Per
sons des-iring locations on homesteads
and timber claims should apply at th
Davidson Fruit Co.,
Hli'lppe r of '
Hood Eiver's Famous
Packers of tho
Hood Eiver Brand of
Manufacturer - of
B- xes and Fruit Packages.
Dealers In Koitllizers and Agricultural Im
plements. NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
Land Offioc at Orcson City, Oregon, Kb. 95,
1(101. Notice Is hereby given thai the follow-Inir-nnmed
settler has filed notice of his In
tention to make final proof In siipportof tils
claim, nnd that said proof will bo made before
the Register and Ueci-ivnr at Oregun Clt',
Oregon, on April in, lsul. vl.:
l'AVIl) fi. I.KAVFNH,
II. K. No. IftiTS, for the wnuhwcut of south
east '4 section 21, and northwest of m rth
eat heclion 2X,tow nnlilp2norl h. ranre" eatt.
He iiamm tiie tollowim; wltiieiaKen to prov
his continnoii" residence upon and culllva
tlon of said land, viz:
(Jreiron WiiMilmrn. Oroiron Cltv, Or.; John
North and Joseph Ztnes, Portland, Or.; Will
iam Sinus, WarretHiale, Or.
ml5 riIA.B. Mioitr:s, rulter.
NOI1CK FOH PIJIiLlCATIONT"
f and Office at The Dalle. Oregon, Feb. 2,
1(01. Notice l herehy given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notle of hi
intention to make Html proof In support
of hla claim, and that said procrf will
bo made before the Register and Receiver at
The I)n Ilea, Oregon, on Maturdav, April 8 I'Jul
viz: A.V'fREW 1'fiATIIAR,
Of Mosler. Oregon, II. K. No. y.18, for tb
north K annthweat Vt, northweat U houlheart
M. nnd RouthweM y, nnrtiiuetit i section )0
torn,hlp 2 north, ranee 11 e?it, v. M.
He names the following wftnoeRen to prove
ht contintmin residence uptjn and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
.lamea Hunter. Frank W'eldner Mat Dtl'v
od fharies I'ratbar. ab of Moiter, Oifgun
Ull"4 J A P. LUCAS, ltegl0,F.