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3(ood liiver Slacier
FKIDAY, SKI'TKMIiKK (i,
BRIEF MH.VI. MATT Fits,
Tuhlcts lit Cue's.
I'l-ncils ut Coo's.
I'rinli 1 I cop cijiiirc.
Fruit 'iipcr t Coo's.
Harness oil ut 1 1 ol n i a 11
' Ire nt ('lt i: (iriiliiiniV
Sninnl.'H ut SavnuoV
I'nints nml oils ut Savage's.
I.iinoli lutskets al Cop's.
Shoe rcpairiuj,' at I lolinaiiY
I'.ny your lime ut SlierriU's.
Fertilizer Hprcudcrt ut liulhis'.
New line school tablets nt Cue's..
Ilainl-iiiiwle harness at llolnian's.
Root paint, fl per j.'al., at Sitviioes.
(iet your school sii.ilies at Coo's.
(loud cow fur sale Inquire of ( ilarier.
Ilii'icH ami ruii'l waiotis at SaviioeV
Coc'h will echaii;.'o your school dunk.
Shirt wili.-t.-, full line, i;t Hone ,vi Mr
Iolial(l'n. Cull on C. Well lor your harness ami
A lot of w liile can rubbers, ii cents a
dozen ut Suvanc's.
Always in Mock. I'.t-st yiaile of lin
seed nil at iSherillV.
For'all kinds of lfitrnoss supplies ami
meiiilintJ, call on C. Wehls.
School books ami tabids at Ilrinllev's
hook ami stationery store.
Sec the kitchen treasure iiml cupboard
coinbineil ut Shcrrill's.
For bargains, go to C. Welds' harness
and shoe shop.
Those iron hcils fit" Sherrill's are hard
to '".'lit for t hi; money.
A full line of home made taffy at the
Cloud Cap Inn confectionery.
School hooks and supplies nt tin' hook
and stationery store of K. H. hrailley.
Jensen's confectionery has just re
ceived a line assortment of choice chew
in v' niiiis.
W.ien you want a gootl smoke, buy the
"I'riah lleep'' cioar. For sale by all
Now is the time to take pleasure in
hammocks. Sherrill's is the place to
A frcsl) line ( f chocolate ami Italian
creams and hoii lions received by Jen
sen the confectioner.
I'repare for school by ln-tkiii); an curly
exchange or purchase of school book's
ut liradley's book store.
We have plenty, of money to loan on
first class real estate for loiivr term. I'rn
ther A burnes.
Ucfjiilar established price allowed in
echanj:e of school books at I'irailley's
book and stationery store.
More Iloyitl Ilaues sold in Hood liiver
than any other. See them at Savage's,
headquarters for stoves.
lied bill's are holding indignation
meetings all over the valley, all on ac
count of Ifartmcss' iron bed steads.
Dr. F. C. Iirosius has removed to his
new residence at the west end of Oak
street, midway between the school house
and urniorv, and can be b und in his of
fice over Jackson's store between the
hours of 10-11 n. m., 2-11 and (i-7 p. in.
Dr. II. Iv. Ilincs vyasin town Tuesday.
II. S. 1,'ii-liiiioml of Mt. Hood is work
ing on the Masonic building.
Mrs. S. J. I-aFram:e of Portland is
visiting relatives in Hood liiver. i
I.'ev. William F.liot and family came I
up on the liiulev . iat.ert, Tnet-day. !
F. II. l.atbi in. recently from Iowa,
was iii Hood Uivcr last Saturday, look
jntr for a location.
M. A. fifok wants bids to. furnish 75,
KKI straw I erry plants, to be delivered in
the spring. 1'iiily to be in by Sept. 14th.
( ieorjie T. 1'mle from South I'.t.Mid,
Wash., is in Hoc d Uivcr rustication for
his health, lb? was badly troubled with i
iisthma, hut found himself "really bene-1
litted after a week's stav here. !
Howard I.-enberg and wife left, this
week for Cascade Locks, w here Howard
1 ill H the prineipiilship of the public
school. The Cascade Locks will have a
nine month's, term of school. '1 he two
roomed school has an attendance of
libout 100 pupils.
lev. .1. L. Ilershiier and family re
turned Thursday of hi-! week from their
month's, stay at Astoria and the beach.
I'.eforc returning they visited relatives
in Monmouth and Corvallis. They re
port a pleasant vacation, and all return
with a good coat of tan.
W. 11. lVugh was called to Sherman
county last. Friday to assist in doctoring
the harvester on his farm, w hich refused
to work smoothly under the direction of
his sou Turn. Mr. l'eugh is building n
second story on bis house; Frederick A:
A rii 1 it tli ii nvr the work.
Hernard K. Soencerof Ashland visited
ill Ilond liiver, last Friday, w hile on his
way to baker City, where he goes to ac
cept a position in the high school, sis
instructor in chemistry and physics. Mr.
Spencer graduated from the I'niversiry
of Oregon in June, 1001.
Mrs. I., (milliard wishes to announce
to her patrons that she has -made ur
fungi inci.ts itb 11ic On gou Bakery at
The Dalles for all her bread. It will ar
rive fresh each morning by the 0 o'clock
boat.. Her tea room is also ready tor
the public, where lunch niav be had for
ten cents and upward.
Mrs. S. S. otemau has purchased the
millinery goods and good will of the
patrons 'of Mesdamts Clark and Brail
le;, 's millinery store. Wednesday she
went lo Portland to purchase an en'ive
new stock of good-1 in the millinery line
and will have her opcii'ii;-: September
14th. Lookout for something first class
and np to date in millinery.
William Thompson was severely
kicked by u hor.-e, at Collins landing,
Saturday 'morning. The deck hands ot
the Kegiilator were trying to get an un
ruly horse aboard the boat. v. hen Thomp
son came up to assist. .lust then the
horse made a desperate side lunjte ami
struck Thompson just below the left
knee. Bystanders thought he was killed
at the bine. '1 be ii.j'irttl man was Uken
uboarfl the Mi :-.mer, v. here K. T. Winans
assisted in ea.-ing his injuries.
F. V.. Jackson's residence had a nearly
caller Miuday-moiniug. At 4 o'clock,
w hile the rain storm was at its best,
Mrs. Jackson heard some one moving
about in the house. She called Iter hus
band and told him there " ''J
t tie house." She then went to the head
of the stairs and called her mother, ask
ing if she was up. In answer to her
call she heard onlv a gmnt. Mr. Ja;k
son, preceded bv his wile of course.wont
down stairs, and tht re, standing by the
center tabic in the front room, stood a
man, sure Oinmch. He was bareheaded
and diippim: with water. He vyas
drunk. and in his wanderings, finding
Jackson's iroist !cr unlocked, had
slagsere.t hi out of the wet. lLshit
bund and ,-ide f bis face were bloetlui .
from the effects of hi.- tumbles. hi i.
the visitor saw the family of the house
gather round him he began to tumble to
liiinsell and soon got out of the d- or ho :
Hon. K. I.. Smith left Tuesday night
with the I'.vening Telegram excursion
for tht! I'an-Aiiierican exposition. Mr.
Smith took a few- samples of fruit
w ith him, though Hood liiver orchards
have few summer apples this year, and
the winter apples are not yet snllicient
ly colored for exhibition purposes, Sept
ember I'.lth will be Oregon duv, and Mr.
Smith says fruit, intended for display on
that duv should be sent from her!' hv
the ltitlior 17th. While in Buffalo, Mr.
Smith will attend the. bi-ennial meeting
of the National I'oinologieal association,
of w hich he is a member. Tic ussocia
tion will hold sessions in a large tent at
Buffalo, September lL'th and l:;th.
Judge I.. Henry and wife h it Wednes
day for t h.eir t J. 1 home ul Hustings, Ne
braska. Judge and Mr-. Henry, after
visiting here (or a month or more. . ill
go to Blooiningtoii, HI. After a month
in Illinoise they may take an extended
trip to New Orleans, and return some
lime next spring, by way of Southern
( ali for nia. This will be the judge's lir1
ti'ip to New Orleans -nice he was sent
there in the service nl I nele Sam to as
sist in putting down ;!,, rebellion in
Miss Anna Wolhml
visited in Hood I ; i i
guest of Mis Che
Saturday, e ening. M i
efed a reception ut ti
of White Salmon
r last week. Ha
ys Hartley. On
" A una w as P-nd-ie
home of Miss
Hartley. 1 he party was a very pleasant
social affair. The evening was enjoyubly
spent in parlor pastimes, and in crack
ing conundrums propounded by those
present. Refreshment, were served,
consisting of cakes and other delicacies.
fruits ulol summer beverages.
A man named Bryan, running the
edgersaw ut the Oregon Lumber Co's
mill A, met with u peculiar acci
dent, Saturday. A sliver, about the size
of u lead pencil, w as torn from a piece of
lumber ami forced back by the reverse
action of the edging machine. It struck
I'.rvan in the throat and entered in-
dies into his mouth. The sliver was ex
tracted by his fellow workmen, and
when Dr. Brosius arrived three hours
lifter the .accident, the injured man was
The following report was .-cut from
Hood liiver by It. K. Harbison to the
Weather and Crop Bulletin, for the
week ending, Monday, September l!d : "A
heavy .t bunder shower vi.-ited the valley
Saturday night, resulting in great good
to grass and vegetables. Threshing is
over, and an average yield of No. 1 grain
has been secured. The apple crop has
been well taken care of, and t he out put
will exceed first expectations."
Waueoma Bark addition, recently put
oil the market by II. C. Cue, has been
bought in by John I.eland IlemletMin,
Mrs. N. ('. Kvans, Simeon Bolton, Was
co county s nepuiy county cit-ru, ami
Fred Wilson of The Dalles; considera
tion, fJJIIH). The laud consists of six
acres, just south of the public school
building The tract has already lu'en
platted. It will be placed on the mar
Harbison, HiuriehsA Lage'sthreshing
crew finished threshiiiij tiie grain crop
of Hood Liver last Saturday at noon.
The entire crop amounted to between
5,01111 and Ii. Don bush. -Is. All of this was
grown on the Fast Side except about 200
bushels grown by A. W. King. The
average for wheat was L'O bushels to tin
acre. II. Luge's oats w-'iit a little over
")() bushels to the acre.
V. S. Swaggert, organizer for the Su
preme inter of ashingten, arrived in
Hood liiver, Wednesday. Mr. Swaggert
comes recommended by a number of
Portland business men, and expects to
organize a chapter of his order here dur
ing the next two weeks. This lodge was
organized bv Portland, iaeiness men
Judge M. F.
over in Hood
his way home
lird of Yiento stopped
ivcr, .Monday, w bile on
from Wasco, Sherman
lird reports good crops
and good times in SI
rmau county. I le
is working at his triu
- ol carpi
and recent I v completed a $ 1,000 in I
to W. F. Tate's house at liufus.
V. D. Atterbury, who has been assist
ant operator in the Hood Uivcr depot for '
the past three months, left Tuesday fori
Palo Alto, Calif., w here he goes to re-j
snine his studies in Stanford universitv. j
Mr. Atterbury is a member of the class
of 1004, and is pursuing a course in i
mining engineering. j
F. M. Amen sold his place of 10 acres !
at Belmont to Samuel Barker, recently
from .Minnesota; consideration $1,400.
Mr. Amen does not yet know w here he
w ill locate or move to, hut the chances
art- he will not leave Hood liiver for
W. W. Treat, who has been in 41, e
plumbing and tinsmith business in Hood '
liiver for the past two years, was strick
en with paralysis last Friday and his
condition has since been ei-iiicul. It is
said to be his second stroke.
Postmaster Vales and his clerk work
ed in the (.Mice, Monday, until alter the
arrival of the afternoon train before re
membering thal'it was Labor dav and a
general le-iidav for govt rnmental em-1
Ainoor Smith, jr., t
visiting his old friend .
Biugeii. Mr. Smith i
i' Cincinnati is
Uitlge Byrkett of
a well-know n
politician of tie; Biiikove state and
warm supporter of .Senator Foruker.
Mrs. B. F. I.oekaid of Fmporia.Kuns.,
is visiting F D. Calkins and family.
Mrs. I.ockard was' an old neighbor of
Mr. and Mrs. Calkins in Kansas.
Mrs. O. B. Hartley and daughters,
( i ladys a ml Katherine.left Tuesday even
ing lor an exiemieu visit io i nt-ir loruier
home in Southern liniiann. I
Ii. II. Howell and family started.)
Tuesday, on their trip to Southern Ore j
liiii. 'i'hev will tuirx fi.r awhile in thej
hoii fields 'at Bilttevirie. I
Miss Hester Howe returned on Sun
day from a week's stay by the soundi-ig
sea an I at Astoria, when- she took in
Prol'iSsorC. D. Tiioinp-oii and family
returned Monday fr-.m Collins landing.
The professor reium-' much improved in
F. M. Amen and w ife ami Mrs. J. L.
Cordon went into cimp at Collins Hot
Springs, Wednesday, for a short stay.
Lev. J. T. Merrill of Fugein- was in
town over Sunday and preached morn
ing and evening in the F. B. church.
Kay Inihlcr, a student at the state
university, is s;.o'nting a couple weeks
of his vacation in Hood liiver.
Miss Susan Kelley, daughter of John
Kelley. has been .pote sick with rheu
matic' lever but is improving.
.Miss Agnes Duke- returned Sunday
night iit'te'r a nv.-we.-ks visit with M:s.s
Fav I a France in lVrdund.
Lev. and "Mr-. 11. (
Portland and Astor:a
expect to ivtntii today
liter went to
Fagle is vis
iig!.. a ml is-
t tne .-.ii
r m . nr.;
r:", ! '
T. C. Dallas w ii
his ranch, taking
Melons and ail
A iH-t-s.m-ker found and It
Iii' cream from pure cream ;,t
Peter Molir of the Fast Side is in big
luck. August L'lth his 4-vear-old sow
gave birth to 15 pigs. Two died and 13
were left. The sow has but 12 teats
utid tht! children lire raising No. 1H on
the hot tit;. The little fellow never at
tempts to get his meals with the other
is, Out waits to hear the children call
him for his bottle, whiehcall he prompt
ly answers. He seems to be thriving
as well, us the rest of the litter.
Davenport Bros, have received two
st l ono-hund planing mills from the
Booth-Kelly l.umU-r company at Fu
gene, which will he installed ami ready
for operution, Monday morning. The
railroad switch will be replaced next
week, and thu lumber company will
again have things running us they were
before the lire. Work ut the little saw
mill was resumed, Wednesday.
The Hood River campers ure thinning
out at Collins hot springs. R. Kirhv
son and son, M. B. Potter, Mrs. W. ii.
Potter and children, Mrs. P. S. David
son, Mrs Price, Mrs. N. W. Bone, Pro
l"ssor Thompson and faniilv, Mr. and
Mrs. M. V. Rami, Mrs. F. R. Absteu
and others came home during the week.
Mark Cameron, with a bud case of
rheumatism, is still ut the springs,
A party consisting of James Langille,
Judge Byrkett, Amour Smith and Mor
decai Jones will start next Monday on
a prospecting trip in the mountains be
tween Mount Adams and Mount St.
Helens. They will be gone two or three
F. C.Bhickwood it ml F.('huissineus,jr,
of Portland cainu up on the (iatzcrt,
Saturday, and went to Lost Lake after
views. They returned Tuesday, report
ing good success. The return trip wus
made in H hours on their bicycles.
Comrades As 1 am going Fast and
w ill be gone some time, 1 have left my
post hooks in charge of Comrade Blythe,
who will receipt, for payment of dues.
All in arrears will please come forward:
and settle. L. IIkxuy.
J. P. Ilillstrom is building a six-room
cottage, 12 miles out from White Sal
mon, forjudge Byrkett, to be occupied
by (ienrge Coleman. The place is know n
as Hungry Hollow.
August Paasch of the Fast Side suy
tine credit was not given for the carload
rd apples sold last week for the Alaska
market. Mr. Paasch furnished 200 of
the 000 boxes.
J. R. Winsor, father of Mrs. J. Wick
hum, after an all summer visit with his
daughter in Hood liiver, will leave next
week for his home in Walker, Iowa.
Professor Friedlander and his corps of
able assistants gave a good show Satur
urday night, but his audience w as small,
there not being above a !f0 house.
The wave of McKinley prosperity still
keeps up at Yiento, K. C. Miller's wife
presented him with u ten pound boy,
Miss Vera Jackson will leave next
week for Forest ( i rove, w here she will
attend Pacific, university this fall and
w inter. '
Remember the free dress cutting at.
the Standard dress cutting school this
week. The time has been extended.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. liand ami Mrs.
J. J. Luckey and children are in camp
at Collins hot springs.
Mr. ami Mrs. S. Koplin mid Walter
Hull have left camp ut Collins and gone
to the hop fields.
Miss Tina Cramer w ill teach in the
Odell district, her school commencing
Fred Couch, sawyer at Davenport's
mill, broke his leg, Tuesday afternoon.
L Wickhatn found i horse collar pud
and left it at this oliice for the owner.
Petitioning I'm- Nilllll Crude !runclic.
Petitions are being circulated among
the school patrons of the town district,
requesting the establishment of the 0th
grade in t he Hood liiver school. The
petitions are being generally signed,
The state school law, passed by the last
legislature, states that grades, above the
tilh grade may be taught when one-third
of the legal voters of a district shall pe
tition the district board, request ing t hat
guides above the Hth grade may he
taught in such district, or the question
may be decided ut the annual school
meeting by a ballot vote. A property
qualification determines the legal voters.
This gives women the right to vote. A
man, with no properly, but with chil
dren attending school, is a legal voter.
It is imperative that the petitions seeure
the requisite signatures, if the Hood
liiver H-hool shall have the 1Mb grade
M.isiuiic Temple Nniring Cuiiiphdioii.
The brick work on the Masonic temple
was com. leted, Tuesday, and Contractor
Roved will have, the carpenter work ami
plastering finished up before the lust of
th - month. The building is a two-story
brick structure, 25'a x 70, and adds
materially to the appearance of the tow n.
The building itself cost lf4.000 and the
order will expend about );S00 additional
in furnishing the lodge rooms. The
ground floor affords a storeroom space,
211x54, -with a plalo glass front, and will
be occupied after October 1st by W. F.
Sherrill, with his stock of furniture. The
entrance to the lodge rooms will be by
menus of mi inside rear hall.
The Masonic order in Hood River is
on a sound basis financially, ami has a
membership of over 50. Their new brick
temple will add much to the dignity of
the local order. Tieman temple, as the
new hall will be known, was secured
through the instrumentality of the late
A. U. Tieiuan, who, nt his deuih two
cars ago, provided in his will that the
funds secured from the sale of his prop.
erty should go toward the erection ot a
brick Masonic temple in the town of
Hood River. Mr. Tieiuan had been a
premiiteut Mason all his life, and a res
ident of Hood River valley for over 35
years. He, in partnership withS. M.
Baldwin, owned an extensive stock
ranch in the Mount Hood settlement.
After his death, his property soid for
if.'f.SOO, which sum, with the addition of
$1,000 for the purchase of a lot 50x100,
has been used in the erection of Tieman
Rami's Since Remodeled.
The improvements in the store build
ing of J . F. Rand are about completed,
and Mr. liand now has the moiit pon
venient and best arranged storeroom in
Hood River The additions to the build
ing make tiie storeroom 50v55 feet in
extent. The new 50-foot glass front 'on
Oak street is a decided improvement,
and t iters a-splendid arrangement for
window displays, us well us affording
excellent lighting for the storeroom. A
skylight gives plenty of light to the rear
of the store. The enlarged storespaee
permits a more convenient placing of
she'iving and con. iters. On a rtM-t-d
platform just under the skylight will bo
placed the store t-IIice. The spacious
storeroom w ill be lighted by a new as
ce'v 'eii" gas plant which will be pro
cured in the Ka'.
.Mr. Rand informs us that heexpectsi
to have an opening night, perhaps a ;
week from Saturday, if he run get his j
new g':-!.s pp-periy displayed in time,
v. lien he v d! invito the general public I
to igsp, ct bis new store and new goods, i
Mr. liand wiil continue as heretofore!
, with his Rue of vei serai merchandise, but j
' w iii increase bis stock of goods and car- j
rv a line of sfbi.'.too worth. ,
El B d
ALL SIZES AND BEST COLORS
We .iffer the F. C. Brand of Corsets as among the best Corsets
. possible to produce at the popular prices, 5Uc and If I.
The straight front style is all the name implies, und gives the
figure the military carriage- which lias become so popular.
The wearing quality und flexibility of these Corsets ,u,d wai-ts
are well known to all who have tried them. Tlu-v an- m t an experi
ment widi us. We have sold them nearly a year with the following
YOCR MONFY BACK IN :til DAYS I F NOT SATlsi- i ft ); Y
FROM ANY C.U'SF.
Not one has ever been returned.
Do you want any belter cv-idence of their sup. rior value and
complete satisfaction? Another point, tlid you ever know us to
R I'.CO.MM FN D a poor article of any kind?
We recommend the F. C. Corsels.
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
Agents for Royal Tailor Suits to Measure.
35TH SATURDAY SURPRISE SALE.
SCHOOL HAN'DKl'.RCHIFFS-Soine beautiful lines in Colored Borde
vv lute Hemstitched, (ambricand
IRON CLAD IlOSF for Scl 1 are the best you can get. They I
color and outwear three pair of the ordinary kind. All sizes
ROYS' SI 1 1RTS Fast color percale, collar and cuffs artaehed.
Windsor Row Neckties, for boys and girls, pretty colors.
Pencil Tablets, good paper, pretty covers '
Frasers, Fuber rubber, the best made
Pencil Sharpeners, better than cutting your pencil up
Pencil Boxes, with lock and key,.'! compartments
Largo size Pencil Tablets, 200 pages
And everything else for the school children at littie orices
Come to the Doll Show Saturday,
In our window. Rig Dolls, Little Dolls, Croat Dolls und Small Dolls, all
dressed up in their finest, from 1 cent to s?5.00.
vv e give a wav, live, rulers anil s ate nenci
THE LITTLE STORE
New Business Ibuisc far Ilond River.
F. A. Cram, formerly of the firm of
A. M. Williams it Co. of The Dalles, has
rented the Brosius-I'.arly building, form
erly the Prather building, comer Oak
and Second, and will open out shortly
with a complete stock of fashionable
dry goods. Mr. Cram purchased the
racket stock of the late Sam McCartney,
and is now disposing of the same at a
clearance sale. Cox it Cook were em
ployed during the week in remodeling
ami enlarging the storeroom and lidding
a new front, to the. Second street en
trance. This position is one of the best
locations in tow u for u business house..
Mr. Cram is u gentleman of pleasing
address, and of rustling business ability,
lind if tho business of Hood River war
rants his addi'ioual store, we w ish M r.
Cram success in his new enterprise.
September Ladies' Hume Juu'iial.
The Ladies' Home Journal for Sept
ember is the "Special Autumn Fashion
Number" of that excellent magazine.
In addition to an unusual number of in
teresting stories and striking features, it
devotes seven pages to a complete set
ting forth of the styles-to-be in dresses,
bodices, huts and wraps. The most im
portant literary feature, perhaps, is the
initial installment of "Miss Aleott's
Letters to Her 'Laurie' "letters which
have never before been printed. They
ure edited by "Laurie" himself now
grown up. There is a delightful descrip
tion of a day in the woods by Fruest Se-toii-Thompson,
and a jolly recital of
"The College Scrapes We (lot Into," by
"A Graduate." The fourth part of' Miss
Tompkins' "Aileen" brings that charm
ing story near to its close, and Mr. Bok
diseu ses the need for parental co-operation
in education in his editorial on the
"School (Question Again." Three arti
cles about "Cats that Draw Salaries,"
''Famous People as we do not Know
Them," and "How a Village Changed
its Name" combine to make an except
ional page, and a double page is devoted
to photographs of "The Handsomest
Laces in America." "The New Wedding
Stationery" is shown, also some of the
photographs which won prizes in the
Journal's recent rural contest. In ad
dition to the regular departments there
are valuable articles on a "Cleverly
Planned Nursery," "Plants Which Can
be Raised in the House, " and plans for
an ideal $7,000 house. By the Curtis
Publishing company, Philadelphia. One
dollar a year; ten cents a copy.
The StniwiiiTry .IJ'iul Rorer.
Corvallis, Or., Aug. 24. Ralph R.
Ix-vvis, Hood River, Or. Dear ?ir: The
insects infesting the roots of your straw
berry plants are tie.- strawberry root
borer sesiu rutula.us. Il is a close rel
ative to the prune and peach root borer.
The moths are rather pretty black,
clear-winged moths, banded with orange.
Here ut Corvallis the moths ure mi the
wing during tiie letter part of May, all
June and most of July, and undoubted
ly deposit their eggs then. The Rule
larvae as soon as hatched bore directly
downward into the crown of the plant
and live and grow for the remainder of
the year in the root and crown. 1 be
lieve this is our most dangerous straw
berry pest, been use no remedy is known.
Several years ago a strawberry planta
tion, at Roseburg, consisting of several
acres,, was completely destroyed, as was
also a siiiiili one of perhaps one-haif
acre here at Corvallis. When I say!
there is no remedy I do not mean that!
this pest cannot be controlled. It can
be. ton und your neighbors should ex
amine your plantations carefully and
dig up and burn every plant that is
found infested. This may be done at
any time before the -moths begin to
emerge in May. and if fa, thfiilly carried
out from year to year very few infested
plan's will lie found. If not, this insect
post is liable to become a serious pct in
the strawberry plantations of Hood
River. A. R. COKDLKY,
. Dept. Zoology, O. A. C,
Moiul cat!l 0!i
F..B.Munday,a lawyer of Henrietta. Tex.,
once fooled a grave-digger. Hesavs:"Mv
Lawn, usual lOc-rades- our "peer
25c s with even- ..nr.. h..,.,, ,.f
WITH LITTLE PRICE
brother w us very low with malarial fiver
' and jaundice. I per-uadod him t.rtry Li
i ectric Bitters, and he wassoon much' bet
ter, but continued tin ir use until he was
' wholly cu red. I am sure Flertrie Bitters
saved his life." This remedy expels mala
ria, kills disease germs ami puiilios tin
blood ; aitls digest ion, regnlate.sliver,kid
neysand bowels, cures constipation, dvs
pepsia, nervous diseases, kidney troubles,
female complaints; cd.es perfect health.
Only50cat ('has. N.CIark-'s drug store.
' 'Tiie Rest is the ('Leapcs!.'"
! .Not llllVV i ll. lll, l.llt lion' ii. o'l, Is I lie ll.--l
j t Itm. The TXVI('lvA-VI! K I! 1 I'i 'Itt.H '
j not as t-lit-iip as s-iim- .-o-eiiili il new-pupi-i.
j But il is ns cheni us ii is po j,,, ,, ., -,,.st
I C lltSs II 1 1 Ws 1 1; 1 1 11' !'. 1 1 all lilt- news lull
! is wurlli tc i 1 1 ( i int. Il you ivmt il nil Hie tenr
: rituinl. voa ure posi. il eii nil (I,,- iii,toriioil
! anil 1 1 1 1 1 res i ing lOiiois ui lln-uoil-l. Il is the
; lit-st mill llli.sl lelinlile i,i w sj a i i-i Innl nioliev
innl I'lnins can pioilm e und i Ihim-..iniiild he
.Ilic disiiniiishiiig iruiis ol tin- ntw.!ii-r
! Iliut Is ili-siKni-d n, h- ri nil h.v all liu lulu rs u
ithe t'lllllil.v. smhw-ription price, -I ;i t o c.
Any newsdealer, iiev,iipi:r ol' post ni'nsier
I will reeeive your siilwript ion, or vim may
j mail II direct to The IS-puld ic, si. I.ouK .Mo.
Tile fiih tla Blade.
I Thic great national m-'.vsp i ; i -1- m' .Vineri. n
j lms it circulation ol' p.ti.no, ; Is tin- ouly
I weekly etltteil expressly for i -. ei y stale and
! terripiry. 'the news ol' tin- vvoil.I Ismi ar
; ranged Ihul husy people can more ea -ily coin-
preiii ltd than l.y ten. hue; einiih.-rsntiie col
j it m os of dailies. All cnio-id topics made
: plum in each issue hy spi-ciiil t-iliniinil m:t!
ter, writlrn Inun inei piion down io dale. The
I only paper puhlished es,eeiall,v fur people
w ho do or d ti not rend du 1 1 v new-pupei s a ml
' yet (hirst lor plain fuels, i'hat this kind of a
; lu-wsp; ,,er is p,pilhll is plovtn hy liie fuel
that 'tie Weekly illulle lr.'.V has over ITS.ilne
yeii- ly suli.se i ii.ers and is ciieuiu'ed in ah
pu.ls of the I'mle l siah In uilnilion to
, Ihc Ileus the lllade puhlMii s t,lt't and serial
stories ai d many depai liueuls el nmitei
, suited to ev ery nieiiiher of I In family. I inly
out- diillur a year. Write lor fiee .-peeimeii
copy. .Vddi ess I he lilnue, Toledo, ( mi,,.
Arivcrlisiel la-lier List.
Freeman, M iss ( ir.iee 1 'helps, ( ' M
: Huberts, .Miss K Hole. ris. Ceo II
l-T 111!.', llavltl Ko'.erts, t leu
i I.caiiaiu. John X' Sullivan, t'eler
i 1-iiL'an, John Tale. 1 ; 1 1
VM. X A I'l-.S. I. .M .
j Al the hone- of tin- hi'iile'a paienN. near
I Jasper, l.nne county, nr. u.ui. A io',u-l g-. Pml ,
i by Sum i u-1 liu iia huun, W in. I (. VI arks ot Col
fax, W ash., tmd lie, c i ailison of Jasper.
j The bride is well kimivn in Hood Uivcr.
I w hen' sin- was a sueeessful leneh'T in our
! public schools, a few years n-;o. II --r many
' li'ieii ils in Hood Iii t er wiil join I Tie ' liaeier in
' exlendmg t ongrui uiul tons.
, At her home near Iteinionl, Sunday, -Vpl-emher
I, I. ill . of heart failure, Mrs. ' r rs.it la
l'eni'i'i'. ne.ed ,Y y ears, ti monl hs and a ihiys.
Sin- was born m I he slale ol Mai tie a lid w d h
her Im.-haiid und itvo eiiildr-nl eamelothe
f,m in !.;.. So,,n aller tlu-ir ai rival Mi. I ool;
died, and in ls;y she was unit. -1 in mar: iu.re
: Io Thomas I'earee. l-'ie eiiii in n weie hoi ri
: to ; ii.-tit. She v- as n la i - ii 1 a) member , ,f tie
rhristlall l-illO'eh, dev-ee. In her ehildrelif
and her kind mid t diei- nl sei v iee in eases oi
Sickness Will lie til'ea'ly llli.-sed hy Ihe eolil-
i iniiiiiiy. she le.e-.s in ihl.s comaiiinity to
nitiuru her loss one sister. ; VI rs. K" el h.-y of l'- -l-1
monl . mid seven children-- James Cook .o,d
i Mrs. Kred Miller, I'l.e-k. At- hu xir-i. M iv
; June:; ovho rn-ides in i iiiii.inieiii'Uv an t
could not he present ., Wader :ci ! I.diiall
I'lllC-r.tl f.eill Ihe I'.o'i-li.o- e'l-li-: U VVednes-
: day. at Hi::',.i; .1. V. Jeiikiits preaehiiiit ihe
Al Kmnir" Citv. Ka-e-'s. Xu-jiiM J'-. I Mill,
Dani.-I l'.iy-er. tc.-i ! y. ("s. six del Io n
-sioviv hiin: XV. N. l'o. -,-r of Long Nland.
I.aii-as: J. 1-. l'o-.sei id Ho -d i;iv.-.-: virs.w.K.
Ijiiil tit lhiseblil-l. Mis. XV. V. (J V ui' l,iil
Kiv.-r; M. Ii. t'oys.-r ol' -loel n. Xio.: .1. XV.
I'oy.ser til Portland.
j CiiiircU Jiitt ('.
I Vniled I'.ivthrt n ('lin'r.-li. senday - ho il -t
i 10 a. in. l'rea hiie, al I! a. in. ai.u s .. m. ('
K. it I " :'t'.l. Pi .i. er -rva-e XV--du day i-vt-ii-j
ini tit s. II. t . si.nii.T. paster,
j t omrn gaiional I our.'!:. s.-rvie; s. Sun la v,
i ill II a. in. ill-il ,:il P. m. f. t. serv iee in l he
; eveiong, Sun. Ity sehno! at m a.m. Af,:-r Cu-(
: service on sm: lay ii.otini: i,m- e.iuji n oi ,
! ch-iose itell-e-ales n.llio-lnl Ihe stun- j
i tion nt 1 he l-ahes. Se-. ii uiber gh h o g.lh. A
! lull alleniiani-t- of Hi - meuu-t r-nip :s d.-s,:. -I. :
i X"n!lev Clinsi inn i hur.li. Suielav -duol '
; nt 10 n.'in. I'o aeuii.-u; Ii a. in. rn-icav..r j
I in.-elilli al 7 p. in. i' -e.teiilUi al s p. m. All I
I ml voishipp.i.-; t i- v. :.,' ,-re coi- noly in-'
! Viled in ill lei) -I ,i-se ...--.-VI. (-. su ;s -Till-
( o'i aiest of ti, ,e t.e--. UI i ; : KiiiL-ilimi
liiel.- slmll l-f ILOtl-i. -h XV- !"",',i!'ir.ii."Ti'!.'i''- 1
1 Harness and Mending, j
! I'ne i-lt. t-p. ir.'t : 'st . ! -s mi up-!, i J
: ilainess or get tiur h.o ii' - i e n : ; ts a; 4.1. ;
Holmall A soils, v rose u, ll-st i.-k-',: sn.rr is
oi Hie old ihoid i-.t l-l'ol-.. iino- von n'nl
tind it ini:-i eomp;. o- so'.- ; of , v-rui,:!is m
the way ol ttafii- s-a-o! .-i-.d'.-s. i
sh.M- icpitii di-' a sp- ci-iii y. sgT j
H A 7
1 1 .
C wi-h V-L.s nt (-' "1vs
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U4;iarrrl-it-cJ by--- ';i -
v' i ' i ,.'-i
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1 OR SALE BY
Tor SPKAYING MATERIAL
Call on Clarke.
Tor rUiTE FRESH DRUGS,
Call on Clarke.
For ail kinds cf PATENT MEDICINES,
Call on Clarke.
lor WALL PAPER,
Call on Clarke.
For ANYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE,
Call on Clarke.
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HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
PrO'Criplions .a Specialty.
Air Aeent h-r tie- siii;i:vi-vii.i.i.Ms paints.
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I l N1 ,. , j.-,, v.M' i,...r..I..Ml-i;. S. E. BARTMESS.
1 i . S. ( i A 1.1.1' ! A X , I'roj-'r.
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a ..ood - I ..( ..I ae -I .on - a-
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H'ilt' Il .1 il-A 'II 111 I ,H' .iV 11
Al! Ctcck Guaranlx:(-;d
liifa UMmk ilitM:::,"'.'-M.,,i,i!v,vx,
OldeaL and Most I eliable
In the V.tl!i-v, )ia- on la:
trees 'i::r:i-i r:i a" . a a
u In re. lei! si nf .,, '
lln iii. 'I in mi II . h. s- i
ipiire i',,r n- pi i. el , . i .
Hi-v-i. t liifi.:r f ',' :"t v r- TT
Hi i,.:,!- I ,'v -; J ! e -i i . . 1 L'
UilV-'- iHaifvilJ UvlUfUUJ I
-1 . . ' f , I
c ALt-i.i, Unl'-uUN,
I lull. I:.-., liolhi.'e: hid rt'h-, ;-! .
Pa s lie. I Ii. ir l'. -1 a - " i . 1 e ! ! v ,'.
In ..dipno i, ,' in 1 1 ... . I ', i i
uoo-i, anil wnl pa i l.i
one desii , ,, p!a :,i : n ; Irui
"'TOf'lltlV fl IV II'' f ri
Ill Ihe t one,: v i mil l o: ; -e .- laic oi i l,e. c
In Ihe in-oicr V 'n,'' ' V'.'i-'. o'i' Su 1 Mr
I'anmy, nee.,,,!; -,oe 1, heiehy !,-.
Ilia' ',,',,' n i 1 1 . e 1 ' -! -1 , , , il..- a a i ! 'o, n I ed f-v
eenlor oi ii,,., !.. : will o;. lie- ah., , -naiiie ,
V. . e. :i-e,!. hy .tiller tllll.V
H.v I ' Hi 1 :.i, e,e nanieil: ami
r el.o :n- :e,i nisi a id cuine
1 lo p: ( -,,! Ihe .., nie, Uilh
n 1 il ,; ly V e: iii, d. lo I in
HlVt-r. in -a I t a-e.i e,,:;m ,
Inonl I'-s h oM i':i!e oi I his la, i iee
I lap d Aiuilsi ,,. 1' 1.
t I,. i;.m ;!:;-.
; i'in'ihei' l and.
. I Jure-
XOl'K'K f'Wii I I'lil.lt A I ION. j 1 1, io.M.sno,,, nollli. rall-'e hleasl VV. At., and
i lois 1. .1 ol see; loii No. Is, Iii township .No. a
I 'idle, Siao -. i .an. : i u,i , .'::;:,"ar, e'-.W ash.. I n,,i i h. i.iii-,- .No. Ii easl, VV . M., and will oiler
Ace;, e.;. ,p .Ni l;. , ,s !,,, : ,en (ft.it in piooi lo sieot tnal Ihe land s,el:;!it is inorc
eo,ii,i-iu.e w'. i I !e '.iovis),,i!:. ,,; :n,-a--t ol ; v a hialue lor Us 1 1 innei' or si one i nan lor iirl-
cnna ess ,, ' J js.'s. enli.i,,! "An ;e I I- ii ' en I otra I purjio-es, and loestjOdlsh histlilllil
lllt-sa;--,,! I 1 1 1 1 ' .e 1' I , , i e i s ii, I i . - talis ,e' ( "all- i to sant land helot,. I lie I iijztsl er all t l( :eei vei"
loni! ;. I ire-:--!!, .N." I i,i; i V-.'::- !o!, ! ,11 Tel- ' ,. tills olln-e al V'aneoaver, Wdtsn., nil 'i'lli-s-l-ltory.
" a-- -i.-,-ni. .1 lo all la - pipe," land , ua.v , Ihe lain day oi tlelohei', hull,
slales h ;( 1 "I A I .' : i tsl I. i.o".'. , i te nan, es as ,t i I nesses: Miriam It. Jhonke
I!!- H Alo' II. l.k .ll'l UT, oi i-oi Maud, in'.; Joseph V, Keed tind Klh.-rl
ol' I'or'Jan-i, eoiiii',, o ,-i I, !' noma h. si-oe oi' " t '. i ,;. oi l i'oiil I.aiie, W'asli.; A. V. l-ahdell
tlleyon. has llli... ,1,1V Hie, I p, l,is elliee his ! ,, ', ,1 t la 11 1 1 , t .' '.
s u o I: l a i a: lee : . . s , ".'.!. j. r Ih" p' ; ret: a se ,' : .VIIKIVM M. iliP "lis I),
1 he sold i-e.-.si i; nor! !,-.v-s ' , o: s... - ;;j . i n p,,i I l:;nd, eoimiy ol' .VI nil nnli, slale ol
in ( ,, . n s i , , j , ',,1, , , n ,r: h. oo, j No. id eii -1 , 1 n in, im- t i i is tiay nled in I ins oiliec his
V. .M., and will o-i-r jirn-'l' Pi she v I stv oi n siatemenl , o. "Ji-ia, lor I he nurenase of
! 'ad I he lam'l O'.'.-o' -e io ..daahl, '. -i- i i s ; ( in-1 ,el 1 iioi i lieasl sonipwest '., north
lit: the!' or some I da 0 .''or a o'ieu il ura I pu r- , eas ' and lion iteast 1 sou! lieasl ' , ol seel ion
pus s, and to i s, ahi ,s:i h is ,-iaim lo s tid P1 ml : No. ),, in low nsni p No. nol In. r:tu-e Nti. II
he ion -1 ae he j -aer ;j ,,( : : - --ei ', i ,-i' i pis i d : io- ' , a si , ,' . yh. anil will nd'er proof to show that
ill an, ouv-'. VV'.isii,. on Tuesday, the alii ; ihe ian i sonant is tuoie Valllalde lor its tnn-
dav , I No. ,-mle; . I' id. iia'nr si. oi - than lor a'i lea I ; ural puipo.es,
lie names as v, : t :, -s , J, , :, ,ii " . I P 'ed . an i lo es;a Idlsil his t lal 1,1 I o said In in 1 he lore
Ii, hen P. ( ,i:e.l An. J. V '-tat,!!, all ill i in.- lietosier ami He.-e.ver oi iiils oilh-e nl
I i on I 1 aio', , a -Ii.. and A 11,,-rl o, . I ...,,,-i S ol ' aileont e- VV n-!i, , on 1 llesday, I nt- lal n da v
I'oi'ilan.l. I 'r.
.n and ail i .a-o:i
ahove-d' s,a :!.,., 1,,-n
inne: ad ers -l v I h
e re iu - P d to ha
i heir eiahe- in !h.. ,.t;.ee on or n. r,.i- -a:
al h da v ol' N ,, end,- r. lid
n :ii,l . V.'. K. Id NllAi!. Jh-osier.
NO'j'IfK I-'Olt l'l Iii' I('.'l ION.
I and 1 eii f :d T!
-ti.N.,l ts a, o
i mt n.-med s, '. : :, r
llil-hleei i-i luai.e
ol ills ,., ,;, ;, ale
h, ,,!-,-!,. Ut :,,! lee
Cl.e I i'i:-,' U .: a:.'
va , i d i !'
. .1 Cue :e:i -. i ,.,
'lie taiae:- :,. lo,
eJ.,.Ji -'.i;, ,n,, .el.e.t
i.as i.ied liiiliiV id lie,
iih.-' pl'ooi' .st;oj,,l
that -aid j r,H, i!
a ee Vo . '-it dor, s. ..,J
:: i i wi-d..
,:i. tl. ('.. No. T-7 lor tic
, '.I'd son-li i . st, ut,,. tea
:. re. :e a d .
- - tt,- . ,: lie- es i, ;,i'f)V,.
!- n I 10, on and i nil iva
Ilea ot. ;:':ii a,
John al ,
!a;'l:a of ih
o, 'ihe Ino), -.
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li e V. irSVv
d ..; - r. 1 i'., and .1. V.i-
" a i'i P. l.tT'.S :;::; ,(.
'oi: i'l'l'.I.P'A'I fON.
Pel, I o;l;,
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1. a i, n P- 1
elaan. ,.:-d ;
'A . I . I'."s
do , v i :'. W
VVI -I o
't' ' el ioil I.'.
1. Vt ,11. M-r '
- - a : on and e.dt iv al ion
'' s ,.s,,'i I hies (1
.. .,;; ,,( Trout
V. 1 1., YVa-l.
ii. li'.'X': i:, I:, ffister.
SHOE fcr V0MEN.
'CORRECT $ 3 50 SUPERIOR
FIT TPF FFFT !"?.-."-,
Equal to any $5 Shoo on Ihe IKarkrt
,..!!t .l,:,l r I t,,p e-in 11 ..t - ,1 I ill )-, liiiai .O
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f C. COT2I4N h CO., Pron'ri. A)
I'lie yoiuie; man loves the votitiL' vvoiuiin ;
that's liis le.isih.-ss.
I he voiipo vvoiiniii loves the yoiuiii Hum ;
I hill's her Inisii.ess.
rr .-.l ;
man innl voiiii vt inilll L't-t
atelier s t msti u-sst.
"irv " IK'1'1' I'triiiture, carpets, vv
ijn r'onil l,;i,!.lio inatt-rial ;
1 hill s 111 V Idlsiness.
Tiniher I.aml, Aet June :;. is;k.
Noi i i; koi; iTi'.i.it'Ariox.
I'uile,! siaies l.aml o:Hce, I'lte I Miles, tire-
'-o.l, .illl' la, I'.KII. Nol i,v is herehv .'lell
h;1 , ,,,, iianee (till, 1 1 a- pi i o isa ins oi ih..
' (il I hip. i'cs iii iJlllH' . i-S.h. I'lilllii'd "All
, , , , , ; , , I i 1 1 1 I ii ! I (win ll.o Vlt..u
nl ( allfoflilii, ir.t)l), NiAtnijl idt'l VS'jlsillllti-t-.ii
J . I'i'it.'i ," ;i (-Mcu'i.-d ti ail 1h' iiublu;
. him! M r.t - t- tu ! .H'.U 1, JxU. I he lull.iu-
..-I tin. i.
VV aseo eonnly, t iretein, S ' ortl
j slalom- n; .No. 1st i, iiu-,1 .vpiil 1,, hull, lor the
! pur, Il l-e ol tilt- Inn I iiensl , c, seel 11 Hi ;la,
' lh, I mil I It, I all'-ie '.I easl, VV..V1.
lid as ehoiee a lol of j Clilil.-j INI. A. I'I I I I ( M A N ,
ao- he had ant - ! l 'i Ihe I lal les, VV aseo con nl , ( ireon, Sworn
i;,!lis. 1 all :Old s- e ; s:a j ,n, nl No. h'!l, illeil .1 ul.v l.l. hull, lor till!
r , hi- I oca Ii I . I It- I ploTliase ol llle soil! II ties I ' , seel ion aj, towll
1 I. i . Il. 1 ! I I A M. - snip 1 inn I II, III I, ::e '.I easl, W . ,V.
i I nal ine.v vt nl oiler prool lo show I lint the
1 land .-oiieni is iaoie alnahle lor iis innher or
si,,ne I nan I-ir aniienlunal pin poses, and lo
: esiaOhsn in.-ircni.m hi said lan-l h, liirt- t lie
l,els,r and IteeelVerol lllls ol'iee III till)
;i-aii, s, nivm, on snliirda.v, Ihe .llsi day ol
I ei-Ielnher. Phil.
'in-! lm, liaiiie as vvilnesses: Salina M. Tliir
e i , I, n- ; man, J. 1 1 . I'd i ri 1 1 n n, 1 1 en ivy ii, e, en and ( 'hris
i, w ant I 1 me A. i'llll nlall ol I tie ilalles, I iretoli, nml
an.-:' her i W illiam hand ol J load liiver, 1 1 c.m.
.-,n nun an p-i sons eiaiun nti ntt v ei sta.y nil.
: ;li,i,M--ii, serine-i lali.is are repies(e,l 1 1 II lit
, llieli' elalUls III lllls olll-'e on o- ln-lol'C saui
-I si dat oi seplemhi r, P.HI1.
I . 1
I 'l'l. utter I. anil, Ael June II, 1S.H.
! ,'() '1( K FO It l'l It L 1 t.'A'I'l ( )N .
I' i, lied slates Land t ill iee, Vancouver .Wash.,
I July PJ. P'lll. - Noliee is liel ehy it en I Iia I III
eontpiiallee v II 11 tile plot Islolis , ,1 ne ne ol
niiiois;, oi . I, oie a, 1s,n, oi 1 1 it it'll ".mi nei t',,r
Oi,. s'lii. ,,i i ,, i , I ... , liiiitl.1,1 Oie sOit,s- ,,t -.,l.
,,, v... ,.,,,l ,c.,.,.,. e,...
riloiy.'iis evlendeil lo all the puhlic land
siaic's hy li d ol Aniisi , i:ij.
m oic.i; l' k. ci x,
i n' Trout I.alie, couni.v ot Ivlielt itnl. slale ot
VV asniiulon, has no. .toy II It-it iii lllls olllec
, h,s ...via ii siaienn nl, .No. lor Ihc pni'-
i .-Il ls,. ,,l I I... ti,,,', Il. llsl I. VI. I, I ll, ,,S, i a,..
e 'IV I.l.d.
He na'n-s as w ilnessas; (pihi-rt K. Cox, Jn
.ej.n V . laid ami '.Ihert C, CeeH of Tc ml
l.:o:e, V ah. am I .V.VV . Palidellol 1'oi't land,' r.
.Any a: el ail p i's; - lis elai m i n:i ad t eisel.v I nit
ah,e,, -ies; ,,n,..i lands no- re,pieste,l lo Pie
1 lie; i' el.. 1 1 1 1 s In Ihis oiliee on or before said
i-,1 Ii (.a V ol I lelo Iter, i'.'tJ,,
)yl'-ii W. U. liCNliAK, lie-tister.
I'iaiht r l.aiel, Aet Jane ;(, Isrs.l
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p, 1 a tie- v, P 11 I lie pro visions ol" im- ael of run-
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saie ol limn, r imels in tne.stalesol t 'nlilornill,
(Il tv.on, .Nevada and VV a sil i n 4 1011 ieiiilol'y."
as ei-ude 1 L'i an lilt' pun.lr land slates hy
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