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THURSDAY, OCTOBEK 22, 1903.
itl. T i I X" ..... 1 .. t ei ti rt ti a frni il
deal of Ban Jose m ale in various parts
of Oregon. K. L. Smith, president of
the stale board of horticulture, is au
thority for the statement that there is
no scale In tiie oieliards of Hood River.
The farmers here use the winter spray,
and that pest has not secured a foot
hold in Hood River. Mr. Smith says
the Han Jose scale once started is hard
to eradicate, as It attaches itself to the
native trees. -
Farmers are taking advantage of the
fine weather to gather their apple crop,
Jo'ph A. Wilson, manager of the Hood
River Apple Growers' union, says thut
owiu to the extraordinary large glze
of the apples this fall, the crop will ex
ceed the estimate offjO.OOO boxes. Prices
are very good, which assures prosper,
ous times for the urowers.
Young1 Woman Crushed to Death.
Miss Fannie E. Hillhtrorn of Upper
Hood KUer valley was crushed to
deatli and drowned, Monday afiernoou,
by tier horse Tailing on top of iter in
the Bone irrigating ditch, about 12
miles south of town, on Hie East Side
The accident occurred about 3 o'clock
in the afternoon. The young woman
had started on horseback after atil
and it seems ws ridiog along the
bank of the ditch, when the embank
ment crave wav, throwing the horse
ana nuer into inree or lour feet or wa
Burt Belieu, at work a short distance
below, noticing the muddy water and
having neeii the girl go by a few min
utcs befi re, started up the ditch. He
called to the farm hands of N. VV.Bone,
and the horse, almost dead, was taken
from the ditch before the body of the
girl could be found.
funeral services' were conducted
Wednesday by the Order of Washing-
ion, oi wiucii lodge t tie vounir woma
was a member. Miss Fannie Hilstrom
was 22 years and 9 months old. Intel
ligent and industrious, she was highly
inougui or oy menus ana neighbors
Peter Mohr of the East Side tek
phoned the Glacier, yesterday, that he
had cut and cured his fourth crop ol al
falfa hay. A good record for Rn indus
J. J. Turner and wife returned, Wed'
nesuay, irom a pleasant visit to tliei
former homes in Iowa and Kansas, be
ing gone two months. While in Kansas
they were within 40 miles of a cvclone
that did considerable damage. In Iowa
they saw some fine country, but saw no
country mat suited tliem so well as
While P. H. Martin was coming down
tne eenooi house grade, ennday even
ing, his team took fright at some bov
witli coaster wagons and Btarted to run
The wagon struck a telephone pole and
mrneu upsiue down, throwing out Mrs,
Martin and the children. The only
damage was tne DreaKing oi the wagu
tongue, uut Mr was a narrow eceape
This coasting down the streets should
II. F. Davidson experienced his an
nnal runaway Wednesday noon. While
coining down the hill at the Unitarian
church corner the brake came off and
the team started to run. The team
passed BrosiiiB' corner in safety but col
tided with McGuire Bros.' delivery hack
in front of W. B. Shute's house on Oak
street. '1 he two teams crashed into
Clipping's house on the lower eide of
the street and completely demolished
McGuire's wagon. The horses and har
ness will also need repairing.
A Love Letter.
Would not interest you if you're look
ingfor a guaranteed salve for sores,
burns or piles.Otto Dodd.of Ponder,Mo.
writes: "I suffered with -an ugly sore
for a year.but a box of Bucklen's Arni
ca salve cured me. It's the best salve on
earth." 25c at Chas. N. Clarke's drug
Cows for Sale.
Two Jersey cows, ,'W each. A bargain for
any one wanting a good cow.
n JOHN HAKEL.
Between Booth's Hill and town, the list, day
of October, a hot cake griddle. Return to
Glacier office and get reward.
Cow for Sale.
An Al cow, giving 8 gallons of milk a day.
Price I5. J. B. KARR,
o22 . at A. I. Mason's place.
Buggy and Hardness-
FOR 8 ALE. For particulars call on or ad
dress W. L. D1LLINOER,
nl2 Pastor Belmont church.
ItiO-acre Improved farm. In southwestern
Missouri, for property In Oregon or Washing
ton. ' nA J. D. GARDNER,
I have bought the elder mill oi John 8chet
Kler of the hast 8ide and am preared to make
cider for all who may bring apples. Charges
will tie 75 cent per barrel.
n D. A.CHEYNEY.
Two yearling heifers. One a Jersey, the
other common red. Both bearing spear-head
brand on top of left hip. One dollar will be
given to the sender of a postal card or phone
message telling where these heifers can be
ounrt, R. K. H ARBISON, phone Wl.
100 Pairs Odds & Ends
Hroktn lines in Men's, Women's ami Children 'a
shoes in all sizes some of the latest styles.
25 per cent off
Don't miss this sale. It will stive you money. They
are good values at the regular price ami with this
discount you get some of them for less than factory
price, so don't wait until I hey are all gonenndiniss
this opportunity. Such chances are not common.
This week ends the free hat gift
with Men's and Boys' Suits.
You can do better at
THE PA RJ S FA i Ft.
SHOE CD'S '!
We ha ve a nice line of Boys' long and
short pants suits. Our suits have been
carefully selected and are just the right
weigiit ior tins couunj. j.' mm
We have a full line of Men's Working
Pants from 80c up. Men's
that look, fit and wear well, at
Cull and see them.
Act. June 8, 1K7H.1
United Blatos Land Office, The Dalles, Ore.,
October 111, llltM. Notice Is hereby given
that In compliance with the provisions oi tne
actof coagressof June 8, 1S78, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lands in the states ol
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory,' as extended to all the public land
states by actof August 4, ISH2, the following-
mined persons nave niea in luisuiiiuc men
suorn statements, to wit:
CHARLKH 11. SAMPSON,
of Pendleton, county of Umatilla, state of Ore-
ton, sworn statement jno. iiio, nieu marcn i,
MM, for the purchase of the lot 4 and 8W
N W4 section 5, and lot 1 and NEM ec-
tlon 6, township 1 north, range 11) east.
nip i norm, rsnge i vaai,,
KZttA r. MONSON
of Viento, county of Wi.sco, state of Oregon,
awnm Mljili-iru-nt No. IT'.K.l. filed Aurll 29. 1UU8,
for the purchase or tne NK'iOi section ,vown-
shlp 2 norm, range east, w. m.
EDITH B. EARLY,
of Viento, county of Wasco, state o. Oregon,
sworn statement No. 1800, tiled April 29. 1908,
for the purchase of the V., of NWJ, E of
swa section 7, townsuip uuriu, rauaa iv
east, W. M..
That they will offer proof to show that the
lfiiirl tunivht. Is more valuable for its ttraber or
sumetlian for agricultural purposes, and to
establish their claims to said land before the
Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon,
on Mondsy, January 18, 1904.
They name as witnesses: Kdlth Toiler-
.veainerreu oi roriianu, wregou; nmou.
Lyman Winans and W. Ross Wlnansof Hood
Klver. Oregon: Charles T. Early, William
Hand, William Eccles, Edltb B. Early and E
(. Monson of HiMhi River. Oreeon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their cluims In this office on or Deiore saia
18th day of January, 1904.
0l2d24 M1CHAEI.T. NOLAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Oct. 15,
nitii. Notice is nereuy given tnaniie ioiiow
hiLT-nanicd settler has filed notice of hlsinten-
tlon to make flnal proof In support of bis
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore Geo. T. Prather, U. 8. Comjilssloner, at
Hood River, Oregon, on Friday, December
4, iM, vis:
HATTIH HELEN McGREGOR.
Formerly Hattle Helen Davis of Mosler, Ore
gon, H. k. no. 2Ki, ror me ny, bus
NWH snd NEU se:tlon 9, township I
north, range 11 east, w. M.
Hhe names the following witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
John Davenport, George Ireland, James Mc
Gregor and George Harrison, all of Mosler.Or,
o22ll2 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Keglster.
Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Of
fice. 1 he Dalk. Oreeron. Oct. 13. 1908. A suffi
cient contest affidavit having beeu tiled in
this office bv Russell Gobin of Mount Hood
Oregon, contestant, agaiust Homestead entry
No. 7K4II, made Heptember 29, 1899, 'for the
northwest V. section So. townshlD 1 south,
range 10 east, by David Calvin Rlggs, deceas
ed, said contest affidavit being against Kate
w ickery, Angle nenaerson, Nannie uaioratin,
Otis Hearing, tieunen niggs. Mrs. isain J
Butler and J. P. Rlggs. heirs at law of said
David Calvin Rlggs, deceased, In which it is
alleged that said eniryman died more than
two years ago: thst the heirs of said deceased
have wholly failed to cultivate or improve
said tract and have wholly abandoned the
said land for more than oue year next prior
U n ling contest herein, and that such failure
still exist and are not due to service or enlist
ment in the United mates army or navy,
Maid parties aro hereby nollned to appear, re
spond and otter evidence touching said allega
tion at hi o clock A. M. on ovemiier a7, nw,
before teorge 1. prather, u. 8. commissioner,
at Hood River. Oregon, and that final hearing
will tie held at 10 o'clock A. M. on November
ail. h'a. before the Register and Receiver at
the United States Laud Office In The Dalles,
The said contestant having, In a proper affi
davit, tiled OcL 1. 1'lrt. set lor Hi facta wblcb
show that after due diligence personal service
ol nils notice can not oe mane, it u nereoy or
dered and directed that such notice be given
by due and proper publication.
o2!inl2 M It'll W.I j T NOLAN, Register.
Store that Never Disappoints.
When it conies to SHOES we
won't take a back seat for anyone.
We carry the largest stock the big
gest assortmen , and the lowest
prices. We have Ladies' Dress
Shoes from $1 up. Men's Heavy
Shoes, 1.00 and up, Children's
50c and up.
-We will sell genuine President Suspenders at 33c a pr.
Hens for Sale.
Thoroaghbred; White Wyandotte and
While Leghorns, ebout 2T In number.
A girl for general housework.
olH . J. G. TRUE, Viento. Or.
Oct. 12. between' the Mount Hood Lumber
C'o'a store and the boat landing, a mackin
tosh. Reward will be paid for It delivery at
the Glacier office. 5
Four-year old Alley, drives single or double;
TOO pounds: price :io. Jersey-Durham cow, 2
years oia.nrstoau, legations iihik nunjw.
OB 1 1 . ft. U, I
Man and wile without children to work on
farm. Will give steady work the year round
and pay good wages. Call on or write to
j j II rnr,unuiviT,
nil Monkland, Oregon.
Bargain in Milk Cow.
una uiorougn orea jersey cow ior ie uy
DR. C. H. JENKINS.
Horse for Sale.
A good, gentle horse.
6 years old; weight
1600 pounds, for sale by
Cows for Sale.
Two milk cows, one fresh recently.
n5 TI10S. CHAPMAN.
For Sale Cheap.
Two horses, a j-vear-old heifer, one milk
cow, fresh, 6 young sheep. LOUIS N EX,
ola 1 mount rioou.
Cows for Sale.
Two fresh cows for sale cheap by
o P. D. HINRtCHS.
4 Plymoth Kock
Roosters, thoroughbreds, for sale at ft each.
una. J. Hi BrlOC.M ak E.K.
1 have some nice blooming house plant fo
ale. oK MRS. W.T. HANHBERRY.
Cheap Land for Sale.
From one to 10 acre mile south of Bel
mont church. .Also, some good homesteads
This Is good for three weeks only.
tfs i. T. D. TWEEDY.
Pekin Bucks for Sale.
o2 C. R N1CKEL8EN, Hood River.
Oak Wood for Sale.
Address 1. F. BATCH ELDER, Hood River,
A. E. HOGAN,
t AND REPAIRING.
Plans and Estimatki Furnished.
S. H. COX.
Northeast (or First and Oak 8ts., Hood River
Mrs. M. Y. Bird, Proprietor.
Breakfast ( to t a. m. Dinner 12 to t p. m.
tapper t to 10 p. w.
The tables supplied with what the market
For good board and room
at reasonalh price. Parties
wishing Sunday dinners, will
please phone Saturday morn
ing, or address
H. R. ENTRICAN,
HOOD EIVER, OREGON
MEN'S MACKINAW AND
Mackinaws that' will keep you warm and dry. A o
AfflPl-innw for 4.25: 3.00 Mackinaw, 2.50.' Men's extra
Cordurov coats, full Blanket lined, worth 4.00, our
.... . t, - - - .
Wolmvft a, snlendid assortment in this department al
d new this vear. We
in nriee and thev are moving
come early before the stock is
We have now on display the largest assort
ment of Ladies' and Gents' Neckwear everbroiight
to your city,' including everything that is new in
shape and colors. We wish to
call your special attention to
our large assortment of Ladies Neck
wear. They are all nice clean new goods
just -bought from the best makers in
New York. These goods will not last
long at the low prices we are asking for
them. Better buy now.
I have ju.st roceivctl a, very tlcHiriiblolincof heat
ing Stoves, consisting of
Steel Box, Hot Box,
Vulcan and Bee Heaters,
which 1 shall place on sale this week atveiy attrac
tractive prices. These stoves were purchased last
spring before the prices on steel and iron went up.
I can ami will save you money on these goods.
Decorated Vase Lamps.
You should see them in order to appreciate them.
AH to be sold at Cost.
On the Top
We carrv a complete stock
bing Machines, wire cable, rope shortners,
blocks, root hooks, etc., for which we are general
agents for Oregon and Washington. Write for
SEXTON & WALTHER,
ONLY exclusive Hardware Store in
THE DALLES, OR.
MAYES BROS., Proprietos.
Dealers in All Kinds of Fresh, Cured
and Canned Meats.
Headquarters for Vegetables arid Fruits.
Charles R. Spencer. '
THE DALLES TRANSPORTATION CO.
i.l time twtrr n i titt Imllnand Portland. Himmn l-av The llallea, Monday"
W dnlHyi n,l Kririnv. t 7 n. m.: rrl ns at t'oi ilnnd a l t p. m. '
fUturninc, Nvn I'urtluDd Tui-!.1uy,T..uiJnj. nd Kmurdayii, at 7 a. m ' arriv
ing al TIM l'alie al S p. m.
Mi)ini! al Vanmavrr, Waahtipil. fr4e Ixwlin. ttv-nin. l'ixvn. Hi. Mnrtin'i
Bprinc. l .'lllna. Vt'hlt Hulinon. Ri r nnd l.vir, hoiii fn ielit and imwnmi
i. W. tYirtiton. Jnrl Airfiii, Th lll; landing fiwx of lnionpt. I'. K Mwk
amlth, aiMil l"orllaud; Uiml li I l nf un l. l.'i.L K. W. S(-ni-r, nrral Man
ager, ('oruand. K. S. uUNUKK. Arnl, ltiaid Kivrr.
have marked them very low
rapidly. Do not delay, but
too badly broken
of the Hill.
of W. Smith Grub
STRANAHANS & BAGLEY.
ll.irws bought, .M or 'Xi-Iinngecl.
Pismire part c:i n .tei-iirc firhl-vlnn rits. Spe-t-iii
I Htli-niinn given to moving Furniture
II lid 1'illll'.
VV'ir tin ier thing Iwiw run do.
IK Ol) MVKIf, OREGON.
(Timber Ijind, Act J line S, 1KT8.1
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
United BUt. Lund Utllca, Vancouver,
Wash., Octobers, im. Nonce i
riven that In compliance wmi un"' ""7
( the act of coniiresaof June It, lij.s, entitle!
An act . for Ine sale ot ubwi muu.
tatea of California, Oreuon, iveyaia aou
WaahlnHon Territory," as extended to all
the public liinrt mated by act nf August 4,
U1V If. KWK4KIIT.
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state iol
Oregon, nus tins n:iy nit-u in n
sworn statement, No. SW7, for the purchaae ol
the, NK of MWs ana lots 1 aim '
&, and lot 1 of section l. In township
.,....-11, -,..,.,?.:., Oeunt. w. M.. and will
otter proof' to show that the land aoiiirht I
more vaiuuuie ior us mown oi wh ...
tvrlcultural purposes, mm 10 ut;
clulm to said land before the Kejflster and
Receiver of this olltce-at Vancouver, W ush.,
Tnuulnv. tlia'2!Hh daV Of llecetlltKT, lU
Kim mime us witnesses: Ueorire W. Simons.
Kmery Oliver, A. H Richmond and Mis. Ju
lia llunlap, all of Portland, Oregon; andbrauR
it.........,..i ll.uiH Hiver. Ort'iron.
Any and all persons eluimiiiK adversely the
..in... .r.hMt ImiiiIm are remiested to tile
i heir claims in this olhVe on or before iiald
ililh day of December, 111.
,il.M17 FHAiNK K VAIIGHAN, ReBlster
(Timber Land, Act June 8, 1K7H.J
NOTICE tOK PUBLICATION.
United States Inrt Office, The Tlalles, Ore
iron, Sept. S, l!K. Not.l Is hereby Kiven
that In compliance with the provisions of tin
act of coiikicks of June 8, 187H, entitled "An act
for the sale of timber lands In the states ol
California, Qreiron, Nevada and Washington
errltory," as extended to all the public land
tates by act of August 4,
iihhin K. HAIM'I.KY.
nf tiiver. nountv of Wasco, state of
OrcKon,hasonHept.lt),li)2,nied In this ollice hit
iworn stttlement, No. 11 :W. for the purchHse ol
the lot 8, KKkNW!4, BW4NEH.ISWH HhM
at uH'tinn So. 2. township No. a north,
rniiL'e No. 9 east. W.M.and will ollci-proof to
show that the land sought is more valuaoieioi
iiu iimiier or slime than foraiirlcultural pur-
ii,ums ami Ut establish his claim to said land
before the IU-glsler and Receiver ol tills oillce
ii, The Dalles. OrcHon, on Kridsy, tne Tali
n,i- ol Novemtier. iM0:t.
lie names us wllnnsses: H. W.('nrran,,lmes
Chltty, A. O. Wright and James lOggerl, ull ol
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described luuds are requested to file
their claims In this olflce on or before said
27lh lnv of November, HUM.
slllnl2 M ICH A KLT. NOJ.AN Register.
"NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office ut The Dalles, Oregon, Oct. 2.
.ios.Notice Is hereby given that the follow-
ng-named settler has n lea notice oi nis in
Hi, n to make commutation proof
sunnort of his claim, and that said proof wl
i.u nwiile hefore lii-o. T. Pralher. u. 8. I om
missloner. at Itoou Ulver, Oregon, on weu-
nesdav, November 25, 1HU.1, via:
A HI, IN H. TODD,
of Hood River, Oregon, H. K. No. 11071, for
IhetfrW NK, N WJ 8K snd KJHKy sec
tion 1, lownsnipn norm, range bl-bbi, w . .m.
He names mo iouowing wnnei-sioiiroe
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, vie:
Krank Davenport. Fred E. Newby, Charles
Hart and Waller Harris, all of Hood Rlver.Or.
oMnli MIUHAKIjT. joi.act, tt!gisier.
Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land OnVe, The Dalles, Ore
gon, l)cU0r 7, hub. in once is nereuy given
that in compliance with the provisions of the
actof congress or June , 1878, entitled "An
act, for the sale of timber lands In the slates ol
California; Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory." asexionaea uihii inepuonc ibiiu
states by act of August 4, I8IU,
or East Portland, county of Multnomah, state
of linn. has this dnv tiled In this oltk'e his
sworn slnleniont. No. 11179, for the purchase of
llieN of BW i ana be oi jmw y,
of section No. 9, In towushlp No. I
north, range No. 9 east, w. M., and will oner
proof to show that the hind sought Is more
valuable for its timber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish his claim
to Baid land belore the Register and Receiver
of thlsotliceatTlie Dalles, Oregon, on Mon
day, the Zid day ol December, i.
He names as witnesses: Carl Pagh-Wlnther
of Portland, Or.; Mart. Mattson of Hellwood,
Or.; Charles 11. Merrlman of Portland, Or.,
and William K. Rand of Hood River, Or.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested Ui file
their claims In this olflce on or before said
2ld day of December, 1!K.
olfdl7 M ICH AEIj 1. NOLAN, Register.
ITImberLand, Act June 3, 1878.
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, Vancouver,
Wash- October 8. 1903. Notice is hereby
given that In compliance with the provisions
of (lie act ol Congress of June a, !,. euuuen
An act Ior me sate oi limner ntnus in uie
stales of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washtnurton Territory." as extended to all
the public land states by aet of August 4, 1892,
Of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Dreion. has this dav filed in this oltlee her
sworn statement no. 34i, ior me purcnase oi
the sout i v.. ol northeast anu nortnwesi y.
of southeast y of section No. 2(1, in town
ship No. 3 north, range No. Ill east, W. M.,and
will otter prool to show thai the laud sought
Is more valuable for its timber or slone than
for air t'lcult.iiral nnrnoses- and to establish her
clulm to said land before the Register and Re
ceiver of this ollice at Vancouver, wnsii., on
Wednesday, the 28d day of December, 1HU.1.
Hhe names as witnesses: Richard Junson,
Alma J. Havnes. Oeo-ge II. Marsh and benj
amin K. Beals, all of Underwood, Wash.
UEORUE ii. MAKM11,
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, has tills day tiled in this ollice ills
sworn tonieut, No. SlnH, for the purchase of
Hie W V Ol Bff s UIUI oi r. y .N
section No. 20, In township No. i) north, range
No. 10 cast. w. M and win oner prsr losnow
that the land sought is more valunble for Its
timber or stone than lor agricultural pur
ines, and to establish his claim to said land
fore the Register and Receiver ol this otllce
at Vancouver, Wash., on Wednesday, the
Utl dav of December. llKM.
He names as witnesses:' Benjamin F. Heals
and Richard Jnnson or underwood, wash
Kdwin C. Ooddard and Anson W. Uoddardof
Auv and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to tile
their claims in t liis ollice on or belore said
2H1 day of December, HHtt.
OIM17 ERANK K. VAUOHAN. Register.
In the Circuit tVitirt of the Mt-aUs of Oregon for
waaco i onmy.
W. H. Wilson, plalutlir, a. J. E. Krlend, de-
To J. K. Krlenit. di-fendnnt:
Inthenameof the slate of Oregon you are
hereby required to apitear and answer the
complaint Hied apitnxt, you In the above en
titled milt on or belore the last day of the time
preMTibea in the order lor tne paoiieailou or
ihla Hiiminons na hereinafter mentioned, and
if vou fail ao to answer, lor want thereof the
plaintitf will apply Ui the eourt for the relief
frayea ior in nm t;ompiaini, town: ror a
ndtrment airninHt you for the atiin ol flOll.wlth
ntereHl thereon at ID ier cent per aniiuui
from the day of January, luiri, and for
the Hitm of 75 altorney'a I'eeK amt for hiN cohIh
and diHburNeinenta and for a deeree of fore
closure of that cerlalu inorlipnjfe Kiven hy you
ut the planum, daicu the ui day ol June,
IHtU. to tecure the pttvineiilof the sum ofSliiU.
with interct thereon at 111 cr cent, which taid
mortgage la upin the aoulh half of Die aoulh
wes! quarter, tlie HoiithweHt quurUir of the
aoutlK'aHl quarter or aectioii4, and tne norm
west quarter ot the norlheaal qunrUkr of at-c
tlon nine, In townahlp one north, range ujd
eat, in waaco i"ouniy,wregou.
1'tita aummona is wrved dixiri yon by pub
lication thereof lor alx weeks In the Hood
Klver lllaeter, in accordance with the order ol
the above-named court made on the 17lh day
of Heptember, KUtl, directing that thla xuiti-
mona oe puniiaiiea in Mild pajier ror alx con
The dale f the flrat. nubllcntlna of thla
aummona ia HepiemtaT 2-1, haft, ai.d you an
required to appearand anaweraald coniplalnl
on or before aix weeka from the dateol aaid
lirat publication, aaid time hMn the time
pi escribed in aaid order of the court.
W. 11. Wll XClS.
K2lo2 Attorney lor plaint if,
For Rent. ,
111 acrea 2?J miles from town. Kree water.
A'tdrea I. U'KWSKN, HiKl River.
You want one now
that fall ha come.
Drop in and set; what
Savage has in the
stove line. Also ex
amine the many
other goods that are
unpacked daily at
LIST OF LANDS
Money to loan.
Hanna house and lot, $1,800.
1. Lots in Waucoma Park addition
Corner lot in front of school hotit-e
The Geo. Melton lot and cottage in
Barrett-Sipnia addition, $400.
2. Eligible residence lota in Spangler's
subilivitiion, near cannon house j only
$125; U.T1U8 easy, installment plan.
0. The Kopliii place at Krankton. 17
acres well unproved ; free irrigating
water. Price $4,000.
4. 820 acres of timber land at the falls
nf Hood Kiver, belonging to George K.
Forsyth ; 100 acres good fruit hmd;$4000.
8. 100 acres at White Salmon; line
timber land; $10 an acre.
100 acres, house and garden patch,
located 10 miles south of The
Dalles. Known as the Woodman
place. Trice $!00.
The Hunt place mile southwest of
town. House, barn, mostly in strawber
ries and other fruits. Price, $1450.
The new company now offers for sale
lots formerly belonging to the Hood
River Townsite cftmpany, of which com
pany John Leland Henderson is secre
tary and the Hood Kiver Bank treasurer.
A Good Investment. I will sell 100
acres of mountain land on county road
five miles southeast of Hood Kiver for
$1,000 cash, and will guarantee $200 ad
vance in two years, or failing to sell for
$1,200 net in that time I will take the
land buck and pay $1,200, and half of
profats over $200 to go to investor. First
come, first served. Of the 100 acreB UK)
acres fruit, land, 00 acres stony. All
fenced, small house, well, large spring.
A fine goat ranch. J. L. Hendukson.
Tickets to and from Europe.
Persona desiring to purchase tickets to
or from any points in Europe or South
Alrica may secure the game from John
L. Henderson, who ia agent for the
Heaver line of steamships.
First-class Surveying Outfit.
At the Emporium are kept 2 first-class
transits and solar Attachments, and the
proprietor, a practical surveyor, is pre
pared to do the work of laying out acre
age property in lota and blocks, and do
ing all kinds of surveying and platting.
trom and after this date, April 9, 1003,
the rates will be as follows: $10 a day ;
Lot corners established for $5 a lot;
two contiguous for one owner, the
For Sale The old Galliuan nlace. 00
acres; $1,800 two-story dwelling, hard
finish; barn and out buildings; 10 acres
in cultivation, 2 acrea strawberries, some
orchard ; flume, irrigating ditch and
Phelps creek pass tlironirli nronertv
$4,500; $500 down, $500 December 1,
balance in five years at 7 tiercent. This
offer ia good for 30 days only.
Mrs. Ileavenor'fl 5 acrt's
near Tucker can be had for
East 20 aci-en of
tlerson tract near
man Smith place;
The Howell cottage anil 3
acres, east ot
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON.
BELIEU & REA,
4-I'i.ank and Estimates Furnikhkd-
On the Mount Hood rout), South
nf town, kecpa eniiNtantly on hand
the U'st quality of
Groceries, Hay, Grain & Feed,
At Lowest Prices.
22 1). K. I.AM AK. Prop.
in Kresh and Cured Meats, lrd
Poultry. Frultaand Vegetablea.
U C. llaynes
Jaiii.'a t. teiwi d
The plnoe to get nn easy nliave, mi
iii-lo ilate hair cut, and to enjoy the
luxury of a porci-hiin tmth tuh.
I havo oiwned a store at mr plane, nnd will
carry In slock Hour and feed: also. ainto
and wood. Knrmcrn aouth of me can save a
aitqj haul and buy Juki na cheap of me.
JOHN I. A Wl.K-SH,
K.ait ofMtraiKhl Hill.
E. A. SOULE,
Plans and Kstimatls Fi rmshkd
M. E. WELCB;
Haaretnrni-d to H,d Kiver and Ca prepared
to do any work In the veterinary line. He
can be found by ,!!;3 , or pMmi, w
Clarke a drng atora.