Kood l.ver lacier. THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1903. Wasco county, in partnership with the city of The Dulles, has leased a steam road roller for one year. Com missioners Hibbard and Harriman went to Portland some time ago and investi gated the workings of the steam road rollers operated upon the street of that city and the country roads of Multnomah county. Mr. Hibbard says the base line road was rolled by one of these machines for a distance of tea miles last fall. It was a mud road, rounded up and ditched, and after six inches of gravel was added the steam roller was put to work, forming a solid roadbed that seemingly has not been injured In the least by the travel since and the winter rains. The two com missioners were so favorably impressed with the good work of the steam roller that, they decided to lease a machine for one year, paying a rental of 1,000, one-half of which is paid by The Dalles. The work now being done on the East Bide grade Is under the supervision of Commissioner Hibbard. Mr. Hibbard sayB that when the gradiug has beeu done on this piece of road, aud the roadbed prepared for rolling, the steam roller will be put to work here. The leasing of this machine by the com missioners will give road makers in the county a chance to try it, aud if it proves to be all right, the county and the city of The Dalles will purchase a machine, the cost of which is $3,850. Everybody wants good roads, and if there is machinery that will lefeseu the expense iu making good roads, our commissioners are ready to assist in procurinn it. The encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic for Washington and Alaska will be held in Spokane this year. The old soldiers of Spokane are planning to secure the dates of May 25, 26 and 27. If their plan succeeds it is expected that 1,000 veterans will march in review before President Roosevelt when he visits Spokaue on bis trip to the coast. Arlington has a new puper, the Ap peal, published by 8. A. Thomas. It is a bright sheet of 8 pages, 4 columns to the page. Uribblc-ltootlir The home of C. C. Hobart on Fourth street between Liberty and Lincoln, was the scene or a quiet weaaing Wed nesday afternoon, March 18. 1903 when his daughter, Mrs. Nettie Booth, was united in marriage to w. s. urib ble of Mt. Hood, Rev. D. V. Poling per forming the ceremony, which a very few intimate friends witnessed. The parlor, where the auspicious event took dace, was very pretty in its added dec oration of Oregon grape aud pretty ferns. The bride, who was gowned in white crgandie and carried white car nations, looked very dainty. After the ceremony light refreshments were served and members of the bridal party accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gribble to the westbound train, on which they left for a ten-days' stay in Portland,and returning will remain in this city a week before going to tneir nome at an. Hood, Mr. Gribble being a merchant at that place. Tne briue, wno nas uvea in The Dalles from childhood, is well thought of and in every relation in life has proveu herself a perfect lady and deserving of the highest esteem of all. The groom, who is a nephew of J. 8. Fish, is not so well known in this city, but is spoken of by those who have bad dealings witn mm as a man oi mucn strength of character, nonoruuie ana a gentleman iu the highest sense of the term. The future, therefore, looks bright for the newly marrtea couple, ana their friends in The Dalles wish them a happy life together. Among those present at trie ceremony were: C. C. Hobart, father of the bride, Mrs. Billings, mother of the groom, Mr. and Airs. J. B. i8ti ana two cnuareu, Airs, C. L. Schmidt, Miss, Alma Schmidt, Mrs. R. Oibons, Mrs. W. H. Taylor, Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Sharp, T. J. Cooper, Mrs. J. A. MacArthur and Mrs. II Klindt. Chronicle. Mosier Items. Mosier, March 23. Mrs. P. Huges re turned to Spokane on Tuesday, after a two-month s visit with her mother, Airs. Kobt. Densmore. Ed Kruger was a transient visitor at Hood Kiver during the week. Mrs. A. Gilbert and daughter Lottie went to Pine Hut, W ash, on Monday where they will remain until June l. Edwin Densmore made a brief visit at Boyd last Wednesday aud later to Lyle where he is at work. Miss Mabel Olsen of The Dalles came down to attend the funeral of her mother, which was conducted by Rev. Merrill of Hood Kiver. The Mosier Fruit Growers Union con vened on Saturday at 2 o'clock for fur ther discussion and business transact ions. A good attendance resulted. Miss Bertha Godberson, who visited at home last week returned to The Dalles where she is employed. H. A. Maier and M. Dichteninuller of The Dalles, who came down by private conveyance, returned Sunday evening, Mr. Dichteninuller was a former res! dent of Mosier, while Mr. Maier is in terested in real estate. Mrs. M. Swasey left last Monday for Cameron, West- Virginia, where she goes to visit her sister. Mrs. Swasey contemplates a year a stay. 6. C. Jackson, Hood River's tonsoria artist, was a visi'or in our town this week. Attorney K. W. Wilson of The Dalles came down Sunday a. m., and went ont to Ins homestead on Mosier (Jreek. Grandpa McGregor is again with us, returning Sunday. He has been for the past six months with his son in Victoria B. V. He is as usual, eager to be in rural climes. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Geisendorfer spent Sunday in our town, returning to The uaiiea on eunday evening at 8 :30. Our due "thank yous" are extended to ye Modern Woodmen for the much appreciated and pleasantly spent even ing of Saturday 21. The Woodmen of Mosier camo are klwara at their xenith and much credit is due them for their hearty good will in general. After the literary period, an elegant luncheon was served and justice rendered. Mr. Carl Kickelsen leaves soon for Boyd to remain indefimtly. Jcan Tmnt Lake Sews XuU-s. Hon. W. F. Coate has returned from Olympia. The snow still hangs on here. Last Thursday it was eighteen inches deep. Work on the long distance telephone is progresitlugjslowiy but surely. The logging sleighs Iiave been put in their summer quarters. Mr. Sladelman has been logging for the Nederberg, Bellinger company. Mr Claterbos and Mr.Pearson iiave been logging yellow pine for the Menominee Lumber rara (.any or xsicoiui. Mrs. L. J. Holleubeck returned from a visit to Gilmer. Owing to the luck of hay, due to the exceptionally long winter, many set tlers have driven their stock onto me bald hills above White Salmon' Slate & Hoi! is logging camp is run ning full blast. The Menominee Lumber company has a crew of men blasting and clear ing up the river. They seem to mean business. Veritas Dukes Valley Items. March 24. It looks like sprint- is here. There are three plows running in our valley ana tne ground is in nue shape to work. Dukes Valley is right to the front now. We get our mail every day bv free do- livery, and we got the Qiacier last week same day it was printed, hot from the press. Dukes Valley do move along with the rest of the world. School began last Monday, under the watchful care of Miss Norman, with 16 pupils enrolled. " J. A. Knox sold 20 acres of land to C. R. Bone; consideration $2,000. J. F. Dodson went to The Dalles last week and bought a Smith grubbing ma chine of Sexton & VValtlier. He intends to clear ten acres this summer. He and his sons are setting apple trees. It looks as if they intended to quit saw-mill work and make a living at home, which can easily be done, as tiiey have some tine land when it is cleared. William Dodson is in Sherman coun ty but is expected home this week with a band of horses which was taken there to be wintered. J. A. Knox is grubbing on his place. J. O. Cameron bought a grubbing ma chine of C. A. Wynian and is tearing out the grubs at a rapid rate. James Cook and family were seen in our valley last Sunday. I. K. E. Notice of Special Meet ing of Stockholders of the Valley Improve ment Company of Hood River. Notice Is hereby iriveo that a sneclal meet ing of the stockholders of the Valley 1m- firovement Company ol Hood River will be ipkl at the office of Mild company In tbe city of Hood Kiver, Oregon, at 2 o'clock P. M., on Monday, April 6, 1903, for the purpose of voting noon the (mention of filing supplementary articles of Incorpora tion and deciding whetber or not the Direct ors of said corporation shall make and file aucbauDPtementarv articles of Incomoratlon. rttAiNH. UAVurnruitT, i"resiucii . U. Hi. tvrrLti, (Secretary. , Pigs for Sale. Order pigs now and take them away bv April 20. 17 PETER MOHR. Furnished Rooms. Three furnished rooms to let. Inquire at me uiacier omoe. manv HAY FOR SALE. Dr. Watt has first clans baled hay for sale inquire at mrm oi utiuis umhmaa. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Vancouver. Wash.. February t. Idea. Notice la hereby given that the fol- lowing-namea settler nssniea notice or his Intention to make commutation nroof In support of his claim, and that said proof win oe maae neioro Bcgister ana Receiver United states Land Office at Vancouver; Wasb., on A pril 22, 1!HM, viz: HKRHERT F. HEWETT. Who made 11. K. No. 11,523, for the lots 1. 2, 8 and 4, Bection 32, township 8 north, range 12 east, W. M. He names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon and cultiva tion oi sam luna, viz: James O. Lyle, John I,antry. Corneles Hall ana mine lsurlow an or Lyle, wash. - martialO W. R. DUNBAR, Register. L. C. Haynes James r". DeBoi BON TON BARBER SHOP. The place to get an easy shave, an up-to-date hair cut, and to enjoy the luxury of a porce lain bath tub. B. F. BELIETJ, Contractor and Builder. y Plans and F-stimatks Fi'rnished-s L. H. RICHMOND, Contractor and Builder. Plans furnished and Estimates given on Buildings. Junl AERMOTOR Wind Mills Galv. Tank. Iron Pipe. Write for catalogue of Aer motor goods. Maier &Schanno, SOLE -AGENTS, The Dalles, Or. FASHION Livery, Feed J !..! il. , - i !" neuuun given to moving f urniture V S U 'd Pianos. - fm We do everything horsea run do. I1 HOOD 1UVF.K, OKEGON. rirt and Oak Sts. Phone 70S. - . . - - i El li .L- Just received, a full line of MpnJc p nf c for working purposes. These pants will wear and 11 ICII & r ciliLD are being goid at the very lowest price. We have always been below all others in price in every department, and are going tcr maintain our reputation; we always set the price. Do not buy before you ha ve seen our froods. Our SPRING LINE will be here in a very few days, . . - ... C3 1 li. ...Ill A r..-. UIIU 111 U 1I1CUU Ui UtJU Bitvillg ; LU VUU tu unaiu luo.niimti, " umumv m. complete line and in all the latest styles. We want to again call your attention to our line of SHOES. - We now kave the best line of Shoes in the United States for the price asked. Call and see what we have in this department; we are perfectly willing to show you the goods whether you wan to buy or not. Phone 711. Bicycles for Sale. One Klrl's and one lady's wheel for sale at t5 and $10. Inquire at this office. a!7 Horse for Sale. A good work horse, works either single or double; weight 1250 pounds. Inquire of O. FUEDEJi BURG, a3 Mount Hood, Or. Wanted. Heallhv. clean. Industrious, trust worth boy under 18 to assist with light work, llomev or Friday to MHH. MERHKR, formerly an ttoss place. Wanted. I have 10 acres strawberry land In Hood River vallev that I want to lease to a parly who will clear all or part for the use for three years. mar C. It. UEEMH, Boyd. Ore. Removal. Wo have removed from the millinery store to the building opposite the Royal Bakery, and are now prepared to do Dressmaking and all kinds of Tailor work. 1'JANE COATE8. For Sale. On Harwood place, on Nell creek, one mile south Vine Grove school house, one Oalt Hide Board, 3 French plale mirrors In sume; two iilnsh upholstered Declining Chairs; one Oak Bedroom set and Mattress; Writing Desk; large Lamp; Brussels Rug 9 feet long by 12 feet, with filling; also, other small articles. All tbe furniture Is up to date and good as new. mar20 - M. MOTT. Team Work. I now have a team license and can do plow ing In town lots or hauling of any kind In the city. Call me by phone 314. Am also prepared to do wood sawing In tbe country with my steam saw. I would like to have neighbors club together and call on me when they have enough to pay for hauling out and setting up the saw. It will be cheap er for them. m20 F.O. BRACK. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Ijnd Office at The Dalles. Oregon, March 16, l'.IOi). Notice Is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his In tention to make final proof In support of his claim, aud that said proof wll be made before Geo. T. Vrather, 8. U. Com missioner, at Hood Kiver, Oregon, on Bat day, April 25, 1!MH, viz: LOUIS NEX, of Mount Hood, Oregon, H. E. No. HOtl, for the lots 8, 4, 5 and , section 15, township 1 north, range 10 east, W. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, vie: William 8. Gribble, Henry H. Tomlinson, Oscar Fredenburg and O. H . Rboades, all of Mount Hood, Oregon. mara)a24 JAY V. LUCAS, Register. Timber Land Act June , 187H.1 NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION. United Stat Ijind Office, Vancouver, Wash., March 'JO, IwW. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of congress of June HHX;8, entitled "An act for t he mile of timber lands In the states of California. Oregon, Nevada and Washington territory, as extended to all the public land states by act of August 4, 1SW, EMERY OLIVER, Of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon, has this (lay filed In this office his sworn statement No. 8177, for the purchase E HE section ffl, and N NE of section 'Jtl, In township No. S north, range No. H east, w. St., and will offer proof to sliow that the laud sought Is more valuable for Its timber or stoue thau for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the Register ai'd Receiver of this office at Vancouver, Wash., on Thursday, tbe'28d day of July, 1(103. He names as witnesses: John L. Henderson of Hood River, Or,; Andrew H. Richmond and Homer C. Campbell of Portland, Or.; Frank Davenport of Hood River, Or. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims in this otflce on or before said !id day of July, 1WM. ma;in2 W. R. DUNBAR, Register. J. T. H0LMAN, Jiealer In Bicycles, Does repair work, etc. MOUNTAIN VIEW ADDITION. -THE- New License, Manufactured In Hood River by A. White hea i. A better cigar than Is obtainable else where for the money. TRY ONE. Contractor and Builder Plan and Estimates Fcrnishkd. S. H. COX. MOUNTAIN VIEW BUTCHER SHOP J. T. HOLMAN, Prop., Keeps on hand nil kinds of meat and veceta blesof best quality. Wo aim to give satisfac tion with every sale of goods. Free delivery THE NEW FEED STORE. On the Mount Hood Mad, South of town, keeps constantly on band tbe best quality of - Ha j, Grain and Feed, . At Lowest Prices. 3 D. F. LAMAR, Prop. STABLE. and Draying. STRANAHANS & BAGLEY. Hornes bought, sold or exchanged. Pleasure parties can secure firet-class rigs. Sne- .1 ... . - . - . j 1 4-.. r.i.ri i a oT - Property Owners Will not only conserve their own interests by giv ing us their houses to rent, but will save endless trouble for themselves. We rent your houses or farms; collect the rent, pay insurance and look af ter, repairs, saving you all annoyance in the matter. We make a specialty of House Renting. GEO. b. CULBERTSON & CO. Real Estate and Financial Agents. ONLY EYE TESTER. I wish to let tbe people of Hood River know that I have the only Eye Tester on the Columbia river between The Dullesand Portland. Come to me if you need spectacles, and have your eyes tested so that you can be suited in glasses. If your eyes are not both the same, it is sometimes necessary to have lenses ground, cylindrical and spherical. I have all my lenses ground by the very best opti cal company in America. They never fall to (five satisfaction. And I can Bell them for less than half what yon would pay in Portland, as my expenses are small. I have a way of fixing rimless lenses that is my secret, by which they are not easily broken. For com pound stigmatism no one can be suited with lenses unlera their eyes are treated by a regular eye-testing Instrument, same as I have in my store. C. H. TEMPLE. CitysBlacksmith Shop, J. R. Nickelsen, Prop. General Blacksmithing. Horse Shoeing and "Wagon Wood Work Dealer in Blacksmith and Wagon Makers' Supplies Makes of "Stab Brand" Toots, FnWiY Warranted. Cor. 4th and Columbia. HOOD RIVER COMMERCIAL CO. Meats and Fruits. HOOD RIVER, Our supply of fresh meats Is alwnvx Sirloin Steaks at 15o per lb., and other usior uuicaens tor Bunaay or weefe day dinners. We handle tbe II ill wood Creamery Butter none better In market. We will Meet all Honorable Competition. C. T. ItAWSON. HOOD RIVER NURSERY. We respectfully announce to the public that we have for the coming planting seasons a fine lot of trees of all kinds Thrifty, Smooth, and True to Name. Orders are now being booked as received aud varieties furbished as long as they last. This season will witness larger plantings of single sorts than any in the history of this valley, and to get what you want will necessitate early-orders. We would alw state that we are prepared to furnish for next season's planting any number and ANY VARIETY, GROWN. ESPECIALLY FOR YJU. Long experience in the nursery business enables us to guarantee satisfaction. Nursery on Enst Hide, at cross! ng of Neiil creek. Orders solicited. KAWSON & STANTON, Hood Eiver, Or. Stages to Cloud Cap Inn. Ticket office for the Regulator Line of Steamers Telephone and have a hack carry you to and from the boat landing If you want a first-class turnout call on the ' HOOD RIVER TRANSFER AND LIVERY CO. Bargains in Real Estate. S acres, 3 miles from town; fine strawberry land; good house and barn. 10 acres, 2 miles from town, all in strawberries; a good bargain. v 10 acres, 2 miles from town; 2 acres in straw berries, balance in apple and prune orchard in full , bearing; free water. 7 acres, 3 miles from town; 3 in berries; bal ance in cultivation.. Flumes ready for irrigating. 80 acres, 9 miles from town; 30 in cultivation; good improvements, good farm and apple land. All can be irrigated. 20 acres, 6 miles from town; all in apple trees 2 years old. 40 acres, 4 miles from town; 33 in cultivation; ' good apple and clover land; can all be irrigated. For prices and terms call on or address H. F. JOCHIMSEN, Hood River. Or. HOOD RIVER Fruit Growers' Union. Incorporated 1893. Always in the Lead. Ship your strawberries with them and get the best results. FA fJirol - wet will VlflVO a. TrmSTT, CUSTOM MAKL New Idia Patterns IOC Any Pattern.. - Agkncv fob Syracuse Farm Implements. 'Phone 245 OREGON. the heat thn marital. (F,,rt Wi aoll choice meats at lowest prioes. Call on F. H. STANTON, Timber Land, Act June . WJM NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. United State Land Offloe, Vancouver, Wash., Feb. 20, iHua-wouoo w u; that Id compliance with the P"vlalns .of the act 01 congrww 01 uu, "".-"--,-An act for the sale of timber lands In the State, of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended to all tbe public tana siaies oy i P JOHN U GRIMM, of Colfax, county of Whitmau, "tate of Wash ington, has this day filed In this oflloe his sworn statement, No. 8125, for the pur obase of the southwest quarter of sec tion No. iW, In township No. 6 north, range No. U east, W. M., and will offer proof to show that the land sought Is more valua ble for II timber or stone than for agricul tural purpose, and to establish his claim to said land before the Register and Receiver of this office at Vancouver, Wash., On Monday, the 15th day of June, ltKW. He names as wltnesles: Alexander Cheyne, Nellie Steward, Mary C. Cheyne and Robert uneyne, an ui uuium, . , 41 Any and all persons claiming adversely the aDove-aeacn wsx mnua w im Iheirclalmi Id thU offlo od or before Raid l&fcn day of Jon im. MD4n n Hi my l vt . n iunrti, '"ft""-" Timber Land, Aot June 8, 1878.1 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ..... r i nu VonMinna, ui..kin.i..n l.niiurv 17. lIKtl. Notice In hereby glveu that In compliance with the provimoneoi meacioi cuniiui juhoo, win, entitled "An aot for the Bale of timber lauds in ii. oiAiof rteitrnrnla. Oregon. Nevada and Wanhlngton Territory," aa extended to all the public land atatea oy actoi sukuh i, ioim, JOHN It. WHll'K, f rv.lfu nnnnt v of Whitman, mate of Wash' Inirlon hu this (iaV Hied in till Oilloe Ills worn atatement No. 8078, for the pun-bane of lheEofNW4, wlA oi Nw.ij anu i n oi NE4 of aection No. , In township No. 6 north, range No. U east, W. M., and will offer proof to ahow that the land .ought la more vaiuattie lor ua mnoer or atone wiau iu, .gi Aultnral DurDoaea. and toeaiabtUh his claim to said land before the Heglater and Receiver of thla oflloe at Vancouver, Waah., on Mon day, the and day or April, ikb. Ha namM aa witntiaatiM: Alexander Cheyne, Nellie Hlewart. Mary E. Cheyne and Robert U. Cheyne, all of Olluier, Klickitat county, Washington. , Any and all persona claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims in tma otnce an or oeiorc aaiu 'Altb dayof April, im J-Hinifl W. R. DUNBAR, Register, NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, February 25, Notice is hereby given that tbe following-named settler has tiled notice of her lntrnllon to commute and make final proof In support or her claim, ana inat said prooi will be made before Geo. T. fralher, U. H. Commissioner, at Hood River, Oregon, on Saturday, April , 1WB, vix: Formerly Mary E. Htogadlll of Hood River, llranm. H. E. No. 0T92. tor the north V. south west section 2, township 1 north, range 10 eaxt, W. M. Hhe names tbe following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultiva tion oi BHia lana, viz: William Urlbble of Mt. Hood, Or.; W. A, Firebaueh of Hood River. Or.: Oscar H. Fred enburg; of Mt. Hood, Or.; Oscar H. Rboadea of Hood Kiver, ur. B7a8 JAY P. LUCAS, Regls'er. Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United Slates Land Office, Vancouver, Wasb.. Jan. '28, lftH.-Notice Is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the ............. r . n oniliiulHiH HV.ui GiiiiKim u, nunc o, .0.0, tiiti.u n 1. act for the sale of timber lauds In the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," a extended to all the public land states ny aci oi August i, intu, FRANCIS W. BROOKE. of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon, has this day filed In tbisoltioe his sworn statement, No. DUX), for tbe pur- cnase oi tue norineast quarter oi section no. a, in townsnip no. a norm, rang io.ii east, w. ana win oner prooi w show that the land sought Is more valuable for Its timber or atone than for acrlcullura purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the Register and Receiver of this office at Vancouver, Wash., on Friday, the 101 11 aay 01 May, He names as witnesses: James F. Cox of Trout Luke, Wash., Ueorge Uilmer ofUII nier, Washington, Waller 6. Atherton and John W. Rlnker of Portland, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file tneir Claims in tnis omce on or Deiore said 15th day of May, Ma. fiialO W. R. DUNBAR, Register. Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.1 NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. Unlled States Land Office. Vancouver. Wash. Jan. 27. 1WU8. Notice is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of tbe act of congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of limber lands in the States of Cal ifornia, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended to all tbe public land Slates oy act oi August 4. una. WALTER B. ATHERTON. of Portland, county of Multnomah, slate of uregon, nas in is aay niea in tins omce nis sworn statement, ino. sunk, ror tne purchase ol northwest quarter of section No. 27, town ship No. nortb, range No. 11 east, W. M., and will oiler proof to show t hat tbe land sought Is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land belore the Register and Receiver of this olltoe at Vancouver, Wash., on Friday, the Iftih dayof May. ltXM. He names as witnesses: Robert F. Cox of Portland, Or., Andrew J. Derby of ulenwood, wasn., james r. uox oi iroul utae, waso and Oeorge Oilmer of Uilmer. Washington. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file tneir claims in tnis oince on or oeioresald ioln day of May, im. fttalO W.R. DUNBAR, Register. fTiraber Ijtnd, Act June 8, 1878.1 NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. United States Land Office. ' Vancouver. Wash., Feb. 18, luUi.-Notloe is hereby given that in compliance wltb the provisions of the aot of congress of June 3. 1878. entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In tbe states of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Torr turi. t u 1 1 nnl.li. I .. .. states by act of August 4, 181)2, MINERVA E. GENTRY. of Portland, county of Multnomah, state ot Oregon, bas this day filed in this office ber sworn statement, No. 811D, for the purchase of tbe southeast quarter of aection No, 10, tu township No. 6 north, range No. 12 east, w. M., and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for Its timber or alone than for agricultural purposes, and to estab lish her claim to said land before the Register uu receiver ui tuis omce at Vancouver, HHuuiKuru, uu jnonuay, tue etn uay oi June, 1WW. Hhe names as witnesses! Ida Rim well and Georgb Buswell of Portland, Or.; Julia Mo- masiersui Vancouver, tt au.: r. It. lienUer shot of Portland. Or. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file men- claims iu tins omce on or before said sin aay oi juue, ima. BTmyl W. R. DUSBAR, Register. Timber Land, Act Junes, 1878.1 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Offloe. Vancouver, man:u iwaj. . rootice la hereby Iv.n , llul In Ann. ..Hun K ... A . . "An act for the sale of timber lands In the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and . . . .... - j i - B.wiiimi w n 1 1 the public land stales by act of August 4, 18tfi W.k i nulnn i 1 1 . M .a .. . . I ... nf Vnrthlrnnil miimv Hh. J ..- ... . ... .. , v.. ui.nu r hi nH, sutieui Vnrth 1 lulrnla ha.tl.l. J.. II I.... ... i .u . ........ ...in v. (i . uini I II UllSUlIlCe his sworn statement, No.3i;, for the purchase ... nan uiinu.wiL quarter, somn. east quarter northwest quarter and northwest quarter northeast quarter of section No It In township No. 4 north, range No. II east, w. M.. and will offer proof to show that the land sought la more valuable for Iu timber or uiue man lor agricultural purposes, and to esutuiisn nis claim to said land before the imi.iei nun neceiTer oi mis omueatVan couver, wash., on Tuesday, the 2Sd day of June, ivun. " Damea as wiineases: George W. Gilmer. aieiv.n Manley, Charles W. uilmer and Will lam C. Muuley, all ofiillmer, Wash. Any and all persons claiming adversely tbe above-described land') are requested to tile nieir ciaims in tnis oince on or before said ikl day of June, lusi mar)m22 W. R. DUNBAR. Rrtrlstr iTImhw l.tiil 1 ... . imi NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. n'd State. Land office, Vancouver Washu Marh 2 luu Knti i- uA .. . that in MimilllMnM Mrltn t,.A . ven I " " 1 IF.MIIIH , act of AOnir ma t.f Jim. a ttru ..... -i .. Hi act for the sale of timber lauds In the Htates of An ...........,,, urt-a..,!, .-.evana an Maahington '"'""'J. a extenaea lo all the public laud n. i"i miKHKt a, i - t-T ... . . . . .n n of Portland, county of Muiluoinab, stateof wmioo, dbs tnis day filed In this office her " "mrai, no. 3i ti, lor tbe purchase of u" at ball nortneaat quarter of sertloo No. , In township Nu. north I.. .. . L " "mam ta more valusb e for IU Umber or stone than fa- agricultural PITT".' "? .to ewabhab her claim to said iT1" l"f twgier and Receiver of i'L "J ' ? Vancouver, Washington, on Thursday, the 26h day of June, !. ' Kbe names as wilnrMM; Louie Casto and Henry Hoatrtter of Portland, Or.; Ernni irougb and Herman Kubobauaen of Glen- Any and all persons claiming adveraely the .wbed Isnds ar reue-ted lo oii l, a 1" lhl om ou or before said " day of June, I nil. W. R. DUNBAR. Register. LIST OF LANDS For Sale AND FOR KENT AT THE EMPORIUM. 1. Lota in Waucoma Park addition $135. 2. Eligible residence lota in Spangler'a subdivision, near cannon house; only $100; terms easy. 4 160 acres fine timber, Al land near White Salmon, on west bank of White Salmon river, known as the Hamre tim ber claim. About tour miles from Hood River, for sale cheap. 4. 320 acres of timber land at the falls of Hood Kiver, belonging to George E. Forsyth ; price $4000. 6. The Koplin place at Fftmkton. 17 acres well improved ; free irrigating water. Price $4,000. 7. Barrett-Sipma addition; $100 per lot : $10 down aud $5 per month ; no in terest. 8. One of the most valuable corners in the center of Hood River. Price $2,600. 21. N. S. E. J, S. N. E. X sec. 4, T. 3 N., R. 11 E White Salmon; fine timber land ; $10 per acre. 22. The Emerson homestead, only one mile east of town ; fine range; $1,600. 32. Emma O. Robinson's 160 acres on hills east of White Salmon, known as the Dryer place; fine timber; unim. proved; $785. Money to loan. At the Emporium is kept a first-class solar compass, and the proprietor being a practical surveyor, is well pre pared to do the work of laying out acre age property in lots and blocks, and do in all kinds of surveying and platting. ' The new company now offers for sale lots formerly belonging to the Hood River Townsite company, of which com pany John Leland . Henderson is secre tary and the Hood River Bank treasurer. Fine improved apple farm on the East Side for sale. $8,000. Terms easy. Choice Bargains. For Sale The Howell cottage and 3 acres, east of Mrs. Alma Howe's, for 5 days, at $1,600. After 5 days, $1,900. The Geo. Melton lot and cottage in Barrett-Sipma addition, $375. Corner lot in front of school house, $200. For Lease or Sale A fine improved farm, property of J. L. Henderson, 30 acres in cultivation; 5 in bearing or chard. Free irrigating water. If leased will take pay in work. Party securing the lease must be man of family ana bring recommendations. For Sale The N. 40 acres and the east 20 acres, in one body, of the Hen derson 80 acres west of Lyman Smith's. Free irrigating water for the lower 40. Price 5,400 for the two tracts if sold to gether. If sold separately, $2,750 for the 40; at least $500 down, balance on 5 years time at 7 per cent interest. Subject to McCuistion'a lease. This 20 has six acres in apples and cherries just beginning to bear. Five acres of straw berries between the rows of fruit trees. Price of the 40, $2,750. For Sale or Exchange A beautiful lot 208x1700 feet, on the gulf of Mexico in Mississippi, 65 miles from New Orleans, on the L. & N. R. It., in town of Pass Christian. The land is sandy and cli mate healthful. Beautiful trees, shell road, white ocean beach, bathing nine months in the year. Owned by the Hendersons for 70 years. Inquire of John Leland Henderson. Unimproved. For Sale Thirteen acres in Wind River, at Carson, quarter of a mile from school.partly cleared; $450. Terms easy Five acres at Frankton, known as the Charley Rogers' place; house, barn and plenty of free water. Price, $1,050. Terms easy. House and garden for rent by the month at $5.00 a month. Persons who have made desert land entries and have abandoned the same may get their money refunded. Persons who have made stone and timberentries, which entries have been suspended by the government, may have their entries completed and get titles to their lands by conferring with John Leland Hender son, attorney, Hood River. Timber Land, Act June S, 1878.1 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Offloe, Vancouver Wash., Feb. 21, 1(103. Notice Is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of tbe act of Congress of June 8, liffd, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington territory," as extended to all the Public Land Mtates by act of August! IKU2. .DAVID 8. CLKMKN.S, of Astoria, county of Clatsop, slate of Oregon, bus this day filed In this office his sworn statement, No. 812.1, for the purchase of the northwest )of section No. fe, In town ahlp No. 6 uorth, range No. 12 east, W. M., and will offer proof to show that the land sought Is more valuable for its timber or slone than lor agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the Register and Receiver ol Ibis oll'ice at Vancouver, Wash., oil Tuesday, the loth day of June, liKXl. He names as witnesses: W m. A. McNaugh Uin of Humpter, Or.: Nelson Anderson of ruldaP. O., Wash.; George Bllva and Joseph Sllva of Lyle, Wash. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their damn in thlsolltce on or before said 16th day of June, imkj. f27myl W. R. DUNBAR, Register. rrimber Land, Act June 3, 1878.1 NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. United Hlnles I jindcliHce, Vancouver, Wash., January 2, 1MM. Notice 1. hereby given that Incompliance wilb the provisions of the iict of congreas of June!, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of limber lands In the states of California. Oregon, Nevada and Washington territory." as extended to all the publlo land slates by act of Ainjust 4, ISW, JOMKPH V. ItKKI), or Troutlake, county of Klickitat, state of Aashinglon, has this day nied In this office his sworn statement No. awt, for the purchase of the northeast ot section No. 24, In tttwnshlp No. north, range No.ll east, W.M., and will oin-r proof to show that the land sought Is more valuable for Its ituiber or stoue than for agricultural purposes, and to estab lish his claim to said land before the Register and Receiver of this office at Vanoouver, Vab., on Thursday, the 21 at day of May. He names as witnesses: James T. Cox or rrouiiake. Wash., Rrancls W. Brooke of Port land. Oregon; George Gilmer and Andrew I. Derby of Gilmer, Wash. Any aud all persona claiming adversely th ibovv-deacrlbed lauds are requested to file their claims In this otllce on or before said :lKt day of May. MB. "' W. R. DUNBAR. Register. Wanted. I want Energetic and (enthusiastic men f.nd women, young or old, for fca'al and trav eling Agency. We give splendid terms, ta ck seii-addrease.1, stamped envelope. W. A. CURYtA, General Agent. my The Dalles, Oregon. Wanted. A good farm hand and wire to work on farm. Will pay good wage. Apply to JOHN FRfc.DBK.KO. Monk land, Oregon.