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HOOD KIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1904.
Kurserjmra Have A Good Meeting,
The second nnnal convention of Hi
Tacific Coast Atnociation of Nursery
men met in the K. of P, hall in Hood
Uiver, WedneHday, lune 1. At the
opening of . the session, an address of
welcome wa delivered by Mayor A. 8.
Blower. S. A. Milton, the retiring
provident responded witti an appropn
During the morning secsion variolic
tonic reuuiiiic 10 uiw uruimkiiiiiiK
crow-inn of young trees were discussed
The general desire of the nurserymen
as expressed in the discussion, wan to
prod tire a better quality of trees, and to
meet the demands of commercial fruit
growers. They find that during these
better times fruit growers are more
willing to pay fair prices for their trees
mi that better met hods and more torn
pete nt help can be employed in the
nurseries, making the conditions of
things more satisfactory to both nun
aerymen and fruitgrowers.
Problems pertaining to inspection
were also thoroughly discussed. It
seems that in several states the tapper
tion of nurfery stock has met with
dittlculty, anil might be improved in
the way of defining what are injurious
crown galls. There seems to be some
misunderstanding in the matter among
the Inspectors, and Uie nurserymen
want I lie iuspectois to be more thor
Organized efforts were made to work
in harmony with fruit growers organi
sations throughout the country to carry
these ends into effect. '
During the afternoon, W. K. Nowell
of Dilley, Or., member of the state
hoard of horticulture, gave an interest
ing paper on "Nurserymen and Fruit-
urowers." it was appreciated by the
nurserymen and brought out good
M. McDonald of Salem, Or., gave a
puperon horticultural law in relation
to nurserymen. This was also an
excellent paper and elicited an iiiturest
, ing discussion.
During the afternoon a question box
was opened where numerous questions
were brought up and answered by the
various members present fur tie L nelit
of the organization, lion. K. L. Smith
took a prominent part in answering the
Juestiona, touching upon several points,
lis talks were much appreciated by the
Thursday morning, Hon. E L. Smith,
and A. I. Mason took about 30 of the
nurserymen and made a tour of the
valley with teams, visiting lliu straw
berry fields and orchards.
Wednesday evening, the visiting
nurserymen were entertained by Hon.
and Mrs. K. K. Smith at their spacious
residence on State ttreet. There was a
musical and literary program, and the
guests expressed themselves as lieing
very much delighted with the hospitable
Hood Rivet more than met the expec
tation of the J'acilio coast nurserymen.
They were surprised and delightedjwith
tho thrifty condition of the orchards
and crops. They went away tilled with
praise for Hood River, and with a
desire to return again.
Following are the officers of the
, Nurserymen's association elected for
the ensuing year; J. B. Pilkington of
Portland, president; C. A. Tonuuson of
Tacoina, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Ton
neson, the secretary, is editor anil pub
lisher of the Northwest Horticultuiist.
The next meeting of the association
will be held in Portlund.
Among the delegates present were: C.
F. Lansing, A. Mutiill. M. McDonald,
of Halem j S. A. Miller, (J. W. Miller of
Milton, Or. j Albert lirownell, Albany;
T. M. Hicks, VVoodlmrn; II. A. Lewis,
F. V. Walker, Kussellville; T. V. Bin-
man, Mt. Tabor; Adam Kekert, Detroit
ash.j J. A. Hlowart, Christopher,
vt asu, ; j. d. riikington, ueorge t.am-
berson, Portland; 11. S. Uulligati, Hon.
K. L. Smith, A.I. Mason, Hood Uiver;
Ituiniingur Bros., Vancouver, Wash.;
P. McCormack, Vashon, Wash. ; K. H.
Weber, The i -alius; W. K. Nowell,
Dilley, Or., Alfred lver, Irrigon, Or.;
F. W. Suttlenilro, W'oodbuin; 0. A.
Tote on Bunds Jam 20.
A special election to vote on the
question of issuing $13,000 school bonds
will lie held in Hood Kiver June 20. Polls
will be open at the State B'reet f:'Iioo!
house between the hours f 1 ai d 4
o'clock. Immediately afti tin close
of the polls the annual scl ol i.jeting
will lie held for the elect -n of
a clerk and one director.
The question of bonds is for the re
newal of the present indebtedness of
$8,000. on the Park school building, and
the borrowing of $5,000 additional for
the erection of another school building
on the hill. The present bonds will be
renewea ai a lower rate ol interest on
money from the statu school fund, and the
new ones secured from the same source.
At a mass mooting held three weeks
ago it was decided that the town district
should erect a new school building
somewhere on the bill at an approxi
mate cost of $4,000. the building to have
four rooms. Two offers for locations
have been received hv the directors, one
nom U. .1. llayes lor an acre of ground
just west of Carmichael's store; the
other from O. L. Straniihan for an acre
of ground on Lyman Smith avenue for
$1,000. The directors have also asked
Mr. Clark for figures on a block east of
the base ''all grounds.
J . wuey oi Jefferson, or., was
elected principal at a recent meeting of
the school board. , The new principal is
to receive a salary of $100 a month. At
the same meeting, the following teach
ers were re-elected: Miss Krma Benson
Miss Edna Uroves, Miss Carrie Copple,
miss Helen jw. Welz. Mrs. Alarirarut
ttieu. All oi them are to receive a Hill
ary of $50 per month. Mr. Wiley, the
new principal was highly recommended
for the position by J. JL Ackernian. the
slum superintendent oi pulilic instruc
tion, ana ny u. h. Uilhort. sinicrintend-
entof public instruction in Wasco county.
iv was ueciuuu 10 nave an eight
month's school, beginning September
with one week's vacation durinir the
Clerk C, E. Heiumen informs the
Glacier that the enumeraiton of the
district made in February allowed WIS
children of school age. an increase of
72 over the previous year. Mr.liemmen
says that at least oo families have set
tled in Hood Kiver since February,
which should make the enumeration
close to 700. The directors aro of the
opinion that at least 14 teachers will be
required in the Hood Kiver schools
Berries fur tho Vcteraiin.
The following interview with Captain
J. P. Shaw appeared in the Portland
Evening Telegram, Ihnrsduy, June 2:
That the aiinuul encampment of the
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Wlttllll rtl III J III IIIQ JtlUltllllH!, WllU'll Will
be hold at Hood Kiver June 15, lit and 17,
will lie the most successful and enjoy
able tn tho history of the organization
in this state is the opinion of Captain J.
P. Shaw, chairman of the committee in
charge of arrangements for the event.
Preparations for the gathering are near
ly completed, and so far as has been
agreed, the program will include a
bauqiiot of Hood Kiver straw berries,
which will be tendered the veterans on
Thursday evening, June 111,
"I believe those strawberries will lie a
great inducement to all the boys to come
to the encampment," said Captain Shaw
yesterday. ,!I believe that between 400
and fioi) Grand Army meii will come to
Hood Kiver, here the warmest welcome
will be extended to them by their com
rades and by the citizens. They will have
a splendid outing, for the encampment
will be held in tho midst of the strawberry-picking
season, and they can help
themselves to all the lierrics they want.
"We have secured a loan of tents from
the state and will put them up in the
heart of a grove of oaks at Hood Kiver.
We have innile arrangements for build
ing a circular pavilion, where the exer
cises will be held and which will be
large enough to accomodate all who
come. We expecf a great many to be
present lienlos the veterans, for bun
dreds will come tip lo see the strawliei ry
harvest This is a sight well worth see
ing, for It is not every day that one can
see 4000 pickers at work in berry fields."
As some (irand Army men niay want
information alxinl accommodations, Cap
tain Shaw suggests that they address
him at his office, 237 Washington street,
or i. j. uunning, secretary of the com
mittee,at Hood Kiver.
Purls Fair In New Store.
The Paris Fair people got moved in
to their new brick annex, Saturdav,
the new store room makes a great im
provement. The large room is 26x100,
and has a 10-foot ceiling that makes the
store room one of the best lighted in
town. Being located on the south side
of the street no awning will bo needed
thut would shut out the light so neces
sary in a store. On the other hand it is
not the direct sunlight and there is no
danger of faded goods.
the new shelving for the drv . goods
stock is three feet deep. In the Iront.
large plate glass windows will admit of
tine window displays and decorations,
a thing which is now considered an es
sential future in the dry goods busi
ness. 'We are more than pleased with our
sliu'oof the trade," remarked Ueorge
W. Thomson of the Turis Fair firm to a
tilucier representative. "The business
of t! e lirm shows a rapid increase eucli
iu..ntli. , We do a strictly cash business,
and in that way no one is compelled lo
stand for the bills of poor-pay custo
mers, as all credit houses are forced to
contend with. It also does away with
all the expense of bookkeepinh. All
business men must make a certain
prolit or go out of business, therefore it
stands to reason that the store Helling
good at the least possible expense un
naturally maintain the lowest prices."
The Paris Fair keepseight salespeople
busy all the time.
Maid I Gran and Cuiiilviil.
The federated trades conned of Port
land, in connection with the Lewis u..d
Clark Fraternal Building association
are to give a Alurdi Uras and Festival
in the city of Portlund, commencing on
the morning of June 2H, and continuing
until tho evening of July 11. This car
nival will bo one of the most extensive
and elaborate ever held in the North
west, The general committee in charge
has leased the entire Multnomah club
grounds, and attractions have lieen
procured from different parts of the
Through the assistance of delegations
at Washington, the war depurtmeiit
has ordered live warships to proceed to
Portland, arriving here on the evening
of June 27, and remaining throughout
There will be three great parades.
The lii st parade will occur Juno 28,
when the king and queen will arrive in
the city under the escort of the warships
and gorgeously decoruted barges pre
pared for that occasion. These ollicials
will bo met at thu wharf, welcomed to
the city, uud escorted to the grounds
uv parHiiu unique in every character.
upon arriving at the grounds the euro
nation ceremonies will be conducted
with great pomp and dignity,
the second great parade will take
place bulitiduy evening, July 2, and
will lie the much tulsed of, and adver
tised Murdi Urns, electrical, spectacular
OUI-IUIU, 1110 lll'Sl ot Its kind ever urn.
uuced in the West. Thousands of
electric bulbs will shine out from each
flout and the floats will be niiulo mi
illustrating the historical events of the
united Mutes', llus Kiioi'tui'iilm- iim-ml..
alone will cost fC.,000. Jt will start at
ui.,), :.. .1 ,
1U..1U 111 i mi evening, una will pass
uiiougu uie principal siieeis ot the city.
The third and perhaps largest parage
eer witnessed in the West will occur
on the 4th ol July, and there will be not
less than 30,000 men in line, together
with patrioic and industrial Hoats in
the procession. Ten bands will dis
course inspiring music for the occasion.
On the evening of the 4th of July there
will be the givulest display of fireworks
ever arranged for an occasion of this
kind in the West.
The railroads and transportation
lines hove all granted extra low rates
to the city during these twelve days of
Caterpillars Raid Hie Sound.
According to a Seattle dispatch in the
Oregoiiiij,n of June 1, the Puget sound
country is threatened with a serious raid
from caterpillars. Ho serious has it le
coine that the state authorities have
been forced to take action for the ex
termination of the pests. ' The fruit
prospects of that part of the state are
The caterpillars are of the tent variety
that prey upon the foliage. They ap
peared simultaneously in Pierce and
King counties upon the fruit and shade
trees. The state horticultural inspector
and his deputies made the first onslaught,
and have had the support of the fruit
growers in the crusade.
The Park Board of Seattle sent out
men to make the fight against the pest
in the city parks and along the streets,
men armed with pruning forks and
torches are burning the caterpillars on
the trees or cutting them off and destroy
ing them in bonfires burning generally
in both counties.
Ten years ago a similar invasion of
caterpillars in Whatcom county de
stroyed the foliage on deciduous tree
and shrub growth, the effect lasting for
Prunes a Full Crop at Hosier.
Lee Evans, one of Mosier's fjriners,
was in Hood Kiver last Friday. Mr.
Evans says crops are looking splendid
in Mosier.LeHt year, Mr. Evans shipped
two and a half cars of Itulian prunes
for which he got a good price. While
reports are current that the prune crop
in other parts of the Northwest is dam
aged, Mr, Evans says there will be a
full crop at Hosier, Prunes do better
there than they do here and thev rinen
Mr. Evans believes in the eflicacv of
the ppray for the codlin moth. He
sprayed thoroughly last year and saved
05 percent of his crop, lie has already
given his trees two scrays. Two years
Hco when he was-laid up with a broken
eg ms orchard was neglected.- and a
lurge number of his apples were wormy.
Mr. i,vans savs lie has missed the
weekly news letter the Glacier was
accustomed to receive from Mosier,
and has promised to touch up the cor
respondent there. Rl osier will tie well
represented at the Hood Kiver fruit fair
next full. Some of the orchardists will
attempt to carry off a few of the prizes.
Miss Fowler Takes First Lore.
Miss Leila Fowler of Wasco was mar
ried Wednesday evening. May 18. in
Sedalia, Mo., to Charles E. Lamm of
Hinitliton, Mo. Mrs.' Lamm is a sifter
of Miss Correan Fowler of Hood Kiver,
and thedttiightor of W. K. Fowler of
There is a pretty littlo romance con
nected with this marriage. It seems
that Mrs. Fainiii had promised to be the
bride of a handsome young man here
in Oregon, but while on a visit to her
Winer home in Missouri, she met an
old schoolmate; the old attachment was
renewed and a wedding took place,
much to the siii rie of her friends in
I he Sedalia-Dum icn-t in an extended
account of the inarri:ui Sivs:
Miss ifowler has been making an
extended visit at the iioum ol her uncle,
Joseph A. Starr, and l.ti-l arranged to
return to her home in Oregon, after a
visit to the world's fnir. Mr. Lamm,
owever, upset her plans regarding her
return to the Paciflo coast by clnimiiig
her as his bride.
"The marriage was a most hannvone.
and the Democrat joins their many
friend in extending congratulations.
On June 1 they will bet home to
their friends at their residence in
, " That Throbbing Headache
Would iuiclv leave vou, if vou used
Or. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of
sufferers nave proved their matchless
merit for sick and nervous Headaches
J ney muKe pure blood and build up
your health. Only 25c, money back if
uot'eured. Sold by Chas. X. Clarke,
Sued by His Boctor.
"A doctor here has sued me for $12.50
which I claimed was excessive for
case of cholera morbus," savs 11. White
of Couchella, Cal. "At the trial he
praised his medical skill and medicine.
1 asked him if it was not Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera and diarrhoea Kemedy he
used as l had good reason to believe it
was, and be would not say under oath
it was not." No doctor could nse
better remedy than this in a case of
Cholera morbus, it never fails. Sold by
The salary of the (ioldendalc post
master will be raised July i, from $1,400
to ii.ouu a year.
From the Rural Northwest.
By degrees the general public is learn
ing that the groat bulk of the cheap jams
and jellies on the market are frauds. If
the hoped-for national pure-food law
comes into existence and is properly en
forced there will be an enlarged market
for cheap fruits and a growth of fruit
preserving buisness in the districts w here
fruits are grown. At present the great
jelly and jam factories are found in corn
growing sections where fruit is scarce
and high but glucose is cheap.
Oregon apples attracted favorable
attention at the St. Louis Kxposithn at
its opening, and were mentioned with
commendation in articles published in a
number of the leading horticultural
papers of the country. The competition
is tierce iu the matter of fruit displays
and if Oregon is to continue getting
favorable mentions for its fruit, every
fruit grower who has something extra
choice will have to do his share towards
keeping Oregon's display up to very
At the retail market in Portland there
are for sale "Hood Kiver" straw berries
grown at The Dulles, Freewuter, White
Salmon and in the vicinity of Portlund,
as well as a few grown at Hood Kiver.
Clark's Seedlimrs. wherever irown.
sold as "Hood Kiver"0 strawberries and ,ml. ur " i:i'l is taken. The date
wnen ouicr uregon nernes were selling " " """ " . nu prep- i jn bU8i,18M iie .honld on tn Viliiu..
at 15 cents per ho, they were sold at 25 - ' - before long for j 'Awmand t" Sm" llVa'bleu.
Mnt- i.isex.cution. They are guaranteed for all weakness.
Will Hung at The Dulles.
Normun Williams, who bus lieen sen
tenced to die on July 22 by Judge Drud
shuw, will be htuigeil at The Dalles and
not at the penitentiary, because the
crime of w hich he was' convicted was
committed before Juno 17. ltHj;i. This
is according in a decision of the supreme
court in the Pleasant Armstrong case,
ah crimes committed after June 17,
punisliable'by dcuth will result In exe
cution at the stute penitentiary. This
is provided for in the new law dealing
The confusion which existed at tlii
time the Armstrong case was tried was
settled by the supreme court. The new
low failed to suv anything about eriimm
c nutted prior to its passage, conse-
, Musings of a Misogynist.
Love affects tho average girl much as
u July sun acts on a roll of butter.
o girl ever could resist a man who
knew how to say "littlo girl" in the
right kind of a voice
Most lovers' onarels are the result of
the stupid man insisting on faking the
i,i in ner word.
Thure are times when the verv oicest
girl makes a man think of nothing so
mill !i as a piece, of soft, wet, scented
Nothing makes a girl so furious as to
have some hateful limn tlneuten to kiss
her and then buck out. Pacific
Monthly. ' "
Better Than a Doctor's Prescription.
Mr. J. W. Turner, of Trnheurt, Va.,
says that Chaiiiberluln's Stomach and
i.i ver luuieis nave (lone hint more
good than anything, he could get, from
I he doctor. If any physician In this
country was utile to compound u -medicine
that would produce such gratify
ing resuns in yaws of stomach trouble,
biliousness or constipation, bin whole
time would be used In preparing this
one medicine. For sale by all drug-
In selecting a location for fruit grow
ing mere are nvo points that are very
important to consider, nninely, soi
climate, water, shipping; facilities and
last but not least the locution selected
should he one w here the future of all
business men and farmers will be ef
fected by the one enterprise, "commer
cial fruit growing."
ml . S-11 ? T-. ... . .
rue nicago neconi Herald says a
young man who made love tu a New
l oi k girl under pretense of being
oroiner-in-ittw to a tiiiae, lias been sen
tenced to jail. He ought rather to have
beui given a medal and his dolce fur
niente given sn upper berth liiHn insuiie
usnliim. When an American girl gets
so ime-craiy as tins torlorn damsel they
should have a good old grandmother to
take them across her knee and fun some
of the mediaeval dust out of her person
ality with her slipper.
Dr. Dowie is searching high and low
for a printer that has no, vices to work
in ms printing Plant at z,ion l.itv.
Dowie is getting worse tverv da v who
ever beard of a printer without vice?
Being associated with the 'Idevil" and
having a "hell" (box) always handy,
vice seems to be a necessary adlunct to
tho trade. Wasco News. Just as well
take a "blacksmith" at once as thut i-s
the only kind of a printer w ho would
work for Elijah II anyway.
Hero is the kind of an obituary a
Georgia editor puts up for a man:
1 oor .1 1 lit Jones slung his earthly
gai-niets on a limb and swain the river
yesterday. He did not stand back
lecause the water was cold but plunued
right in and struck out. for the other
shore and met the angels smiling. Jim J
was a poor iiiuu but be had Ins subscr iu
tiou to his home paper paid up and got
there in good shape." I
It was Malicl's first appearance Ht.i
liurch and she was rather rivet r.
First she wanted one thinu. tlieu
another.- Finally she decided that she
must have a pin, so she asked for one
from her fattier. Ho hud none. Then.
she tried her mot her; but her mother
too had nolle. Mabel's' longing had
been increased with her ill success, so
sue ciyiuieu upon the jk-w and shouted
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Depart tnent ofili Interior, Land ORIceat
The Dalle, Oregon, May 10, 1904. -Not lee l
hereby nlvcn that the followlng-ni tned set.
tier has tiled noilne of his IntriiUon to make
final proofln support of his claim, and that
iu pioniwtn ( niaiKilii-Ioreni-o. i. rrutner.
If. K, Commissioner at his oltlce at Hood
Kivr, uregon, June ami, TJ04, vim
WILMAM II. DAVIS,
of Hood River. Oregon, li. K. No 6I, for the
SWK HW Hec. 8, WUN W'4 B. Hand HE
Hun. IS, Tp. 1 N., ft. 11 K W. M.
He nsmos the following witnesse in prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said Innd.vis: K.rnil D. West. J. H.
Hogcrs. Jutin West, Ellseph C. Kogers, all of
noon ttiver, i iregon.
niltt-J23 MIl'HAKLT. NOLAN. Keglter,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, I.snd office nt
The Dalles, Oregon, May 21, MM. Notice l
hereby given that thefollowluir named settler
linn tiled notice or his Intention to make 11 mil
proof In support of his cluimr and that said
proot will lie made before Georice T. Prattler,
united Htaios Commissioner, at his office In
Hood" Kiver, Oregon, on July 8, lttH, via:
JOHN H. (iltOKK,
of Hood River, Oregon, H. K. No. 9110,
for the NK'( HWV and lot 8 of Section 18 Tp. 1,
South, Range 10 K.. W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, vl: .lames Keen, William
I,. Huckabay, James N. Knight, Lewis O.
Woygant, all of Hood Kiver, Oregon.
MICHAELT. NOLAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Offlcat,
The Dalles, Oregon, May :H, 1(104. Notice Is
hereby given that the following named settler
has tiled notice of his intention lo make final
proof In support of bla claim, and that said
proof will he msde before the Register and
lleeeivor at The Dalles, Oregon, on July 13,
of Mosier, Oregon, H, K. No. JWfli, for the NE
nfMWWof Section !tJ, Tp. 2 North, Range
HE., W. M.
He (nones the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion ol said land, via: Leo Root, D. A. Stur
glss, Ueorge HiiHkev. all of Mosier, Oregon,
Alexander Watt, of The Dalles, Oregon.
MICHAELT. NOLAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Office at
The Dalles, Oregon, May nth, MM, Notice is
hereby given that the following named settler
has tiled notice of his intention to make corn
mutation In support of bis claim, and that
said proof will be made befnreOeo. T. I'rather.
D. H. CommlsHione at his otllee nt Ilooii
Kiver, Oregon, on June 'iStli. mn, via:
GILBERT J. KIIHINUTON, -II.
K. No. II, am, P.O. Hood Kiver. Oregon,
for the NE' SHU SE! NE! nd Lot 1 of Sec
tion 5, Tn. 1 North, Range 10, K and HVM SEii
Section Tp. 2 North, Range 10 E, W. M.
Ue names tho following wltnexses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said lnurl . vl 7.; Harry Doilson. J. Kesel,
Joseph Knox, Ueorge A. Wright, all of Hood
1H12I6 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
ITimlier Land, Act' June 3, 1K7S.1
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
United States l,and OHioo, The Dalles,
Oregon, April 28, WW. Notice Is hereby given
that III compliance with the provisions of the
net of congress of June 8, 1S7S, entitled "An
net for the sale of timber lauds In the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory," as exUmiled to all the public land
amies ny net or August 1, ism, the following
named persons have Hied In this oltlce their
sworn statcuicntH, to-wit:
JACOH JOSEPH HECK EH:
of Hood River, county of Wasco, state of
Oregon, sworn statement No. 2101), riled
September 1, Mil, for the purchase of
me NW'L HK'i SWW and Wli HKM
Wagons 70 years test.
Bcooirs the very best
Plows, Harrows, etc.
Cultivators, Ppray and Well Pumps
Wind MillH, Gasoline Eng'e
Champion Mowers, Rakes, Oil and
Kxtras. Hardware, Fishing Tackle.
Burb Wire. . m .
Hercules Stump Powder,
W. HAYNES & CO.
Successors to E. E. Savage's Sons.
Stoves, Paints, Oils
AND A KCr.L LINK or
Estimates furnished In Contractors
Oliver Chilled Plows.
E. R. Bradley
HIGH GRADE PAMPHLET
AND COMMERCIAL WORK
PRICK ALWAYS SIGHT
We are here to do your work today
tomorrow and every other day, and
our money (what little we hve)
la spent in Hood River. We want
your work and can do It neatly and
1 lit lIIv
Corner State street and Parndlflp nveniiA
KiiU-k, si to SI.MI a day. Special ratea to
noarm-ra. mum. u. o. KNIKIUAN, Prop.
aeetiou ilii, townxhip i nortb, rnnee8eaiil,W M
of The Dalles, county of Whhco, mateofore-
Hon, awnrn abilenient No. lAtA, tiled Novem
ber IS. IIHI2, fin- the purchase of the SWU SE!
SK'SWl;,, anil ti4 HWW section 119, lowu
snip 1 norm, rnnce 11 e-ist. V M.
1 hat they will nll't r proof to show that the
land sought In mure valuable for lis timber or
-tune Hum fur airi-leultttt-itl purposes, nnd lo
establish their claims to said land before the
iiextsiei-ami Keceuer at The Dalles, Or., on
.1 it 1 v 1-.KI4.
They name ns witnesses: t W Calbrcath, K
r, ixive, it .mi-vis and , n mown or II (Mid
uiver, or; Mary A Seufert, Sarah Uorman
Theodore J Seufert, Klehai d ,1. Uorman and
William Kctchum of The Dulles, Or.
Any and all pet-suns claimliiK adversely the
above-deserlhed lauds are requested to tile
iiieir riuiius in tins ontee on or oeinre said
3UIH day or .Itilv. IIKil.
in iujy7 M It til A K I, T. NOLAN, Reglsler.
Timber Land, Act June ,1, 1K7S.1
NOTICK FOll PUULICATION.
United Slates Lund Oltlce, Tho Dalles, Ore
gon, April in. nun Muttee Is hereby Ktven
that In compliance with the provisions of the
aetof eonuiess of June s. :s7s. entitled "An
act lor the sale of llinlier lauds in Hie states u!
t aiitornla. Oregon, Nevada nnd Washln-lon
ien miry, ss cjuenuen to an me punnc land
slates by act of August 4, 1BH2, the followlni!
nanied persons have tiled .n thluortiee their
suoiu statements, town:
of lllackdiiek, futility ol Heltranil, stale of
.ninnesom, sworn statement No. iwt. Hied
Oeiiilver 5, Hun, tor I he purchase of the Ki
ol N WI4 snd K':t of H V4 sectlou 9, township
3 north, ranae ti east. W. St.
HOIiKIU- W. CALDWP.I,!,:
of the Dalles, county of Wasco, stale of Ore
iron, swoiu statement No. Wl. tiled Mav 18.
11M, for Ihe purchase nt Ihe SW'4SWUsec.
1 .,,,,, ,-i-,-4 rM-.-. section mi, lownsniuz
uorlh, ranire It cust, WT M
That they will oiler proof tn show that the
land souitlit Is inure valuable for Its timber or
alone than for ucrieuliural miruoxes. and to
establish tin Ir claims lo sitlil land before the
Heaisier anil iicceivrr at The lu es. i n-nn.
on Auirust II. Him.
1 ney name as witnesses: Anitust Wohlen of
ncmiii i, Minnesota: I rnar wi la of Tor and.
Or.; little Nelson ol llesehuleo. Or: s W Cur-
ran of Viento, Or: J H Hiown, Kalph Jarvls,
Charles Jarvls and A L Hundley of Hood
Any snd all oct-sons claiming udversfdv tho
alHve-iiserlbcd lands are requested to tile
inrii ennuis iu tnisomceon or before aald
i-iiii any oi .-nirusi, ltiui.
""t).v M It II A KL T. NOLAN, Kegtster.
qucniiy imasiitiivsary iortiicuprenie:at the top of her email voice: "llaa
lot a inn?" May
court ti settle it
1 litis, it i that Norman Williams
convicted of murder in the flret deirree.
-..Ill . I- .1. . .! -I. , . . . r
ni uang in uie janvaru at ine 1'allcs
in July, unless ho is irrauleil a new
anvoiit' in did trowil
Half Mm Still Lives.
A person a ho it only half alive to the
world and society will not succeed
A 1 .M I X IST1 1 ATO U'S S A LE.
tn the Count v Cimi-t ri,n ui.i. ni .n.,n
for Wasco ( ounlv. in th tii,nip r ii,m ..i,
ol .lnhn W. Mui-i.iiv, deceased.
lo Charles W Murphy, W. H. Miuphy,
VmAltS llarncs. Wllllmn V Itanl, t..i.
tlrcKu, Julin I'urrollOretrn. Hilda Ui-pkk and
(ileilll Ureuiir. and to nil ulticr mibnnwii ImlM,
of John W . .Murphy, deceased. II anv there lie.
In the name of thestiite ofnnHron v,,n
her'by cited anil r.-,,mr..,l lo H I II WM T 111 I hA
County Court of the state of On-aon, for the
County ot Wasco at the July term of said
Conn at the court mum thereof at Dalles City
,,, , , i , in, i ucsmiy tne.iin usy oi July,
cmi, St 10 o'clock 111 the fnreniMiii of thst ,l,iv
tlun snd there to sIiiivvphiin,!. irsiivevut u-in-
au order should not be made as prayed for
In the petition ofdeo. T. t'rather. administa
turnf the tmtaie nl John W. Murphy deceased,
tor the sale ot the south halfol the northeast
nuarter, and the north hall of the southdist
quarter ol section Kleven. Township I north,
Itaiute HI Ka.st. beluiiiii to tbeestateof said
John . Murphv divcased. for the purpose of
payina- chatitcs and expenses ol administra
tion andcliinns a, alnst sniif estate and further
to show cause. It any esist, why the Court
should not Hud mm s:ild property oartllot be
divided without probable-Injury and loss to
the estate, and should not order that It shall
be sold as a whole w hether necessary lo py
chsnti-sKiid esVBses or administration and
claims aaainst said estate or not.
Witness ihe Honorable tieo. ('. Blakelev,
Judseorthesatd County tXiurt with the seal
nf ihe mid court aillxed this iird day of May
A. D. M.
Attest; A. K. LAKK, Clerk
STATF OK OllKOON, I
tinty of w iisi-o, i
I hereby Certify that I have nirenillv ram.
pared Ihe I'orrvoinK copy with the original
thereof, aud tliat the same ls mil true and
correct copy of said iiiilnal and of the whole
hereof. w. H. WILSON,
mti ttney lor Adm.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
Of 25 years' experience. Will fur
nish plans and specification!) for all
kinds of buildings. Strictly up to date
j,ocateu at noon Kiver.
J. HEMEREL & SONS,
Hood River, Or.
FREDRICK & ARNOLD,
Estimates furnished on all kinds of work
Phnnnu' Arnold, Main ..
X UUIIt tl, Frederick, Msin 208.
BELIEU & REA,
J-WnANS ANO RHTIMATra FtIRNISIIItD"t
COX & WALLIN
I'l.ANB AND EST! MATHS FORMIBHEI).
E. A. SOULE,
ri.ANS and Estimate Fuknishkd
Upon Ai'I'dication. dl
Staple and j&
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Majestic & Mesaba Ranges
and Stiletto Cutlery.
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS, - - OREGON.
.Meals on short order at sll hours. Onendav
and nliiht, from 0 a. in. until 1 . in.
PIERSON & COLEMAN
. I'l lmher Ijind, Act Junes, 1N7S.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION:
Cnlted Slates Land (lITIee. The nllc
On-iron, May 2, Iwll. Notice Is hereby
Klven that In compliance with Ihe provisions
of the s-t of congress of June 8, 1S7S, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands In Ihe
stati or t'alltornla, tlreaou, .Nevada and
Vt ashlnirton Terrllorv." as extended to all
the public hind states bv act of August 4.1SIU,
of The Dalles, comity of Waseu. ah of (tre
foil, tins, on July H, ism, tlird in Ihlsnmce
us swoni suttenient. NO S12. Tor the nnrehss
f theSWVl 'KWW. WWSW'i sei-lion :f lo vn.
iu n i uoriu, ranae ii east, sua lot 4 of sevtion
. township 1 inh, ranae 11 east, W. M., and
win oner proof lo show that the land souslil Is
mom valuable Utr Its tlmlH-r or stone limn for
HKrtculturai purposes, and to establish bis
claim 10 said land before the Register and
Receiver ol this oltlce at The Dalles. Umnsi
on t he at h day of July, Itsu.
lie nameaas witnesses: A E fjike, William
Ketehum. A Thoiuaa and K Siunl,ti,
nil of The liallea, (Ir.
Any and all persona claiming tdversely the
hove-di", -rilled lands are reoneste,! la fll
their claims In this oltlce on or before aald
lh day of July, im.
in UJ J m ICH AKUT. NOLAN, Heflster. ,
SPECIAL BARGAINS AT
Straw Hats, 10c to 25c Sunbonnets, I5c to 20c
Ladies' Shirt Waists, 75c to $1.00
to select from.
Latest Styles and Paterns. Large Stock
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS.
Mid-Summer Millinery Sale
Ladies, you will need a new hat to wear with that new suit, In honor of the
Grand Army convention soon to bo held here. Remember OUR MIDSUMMER
SALK IS NOW ON,coni8tingof Outing Hats, American Girl Sailors, Black
and White Body Straws, ChilTon Hats, also a full line of Htraw Braids.
Get your orders iu early and avoid the rush.
Hood River Heights.
We will have a large stock of Apple, Pear, Prune, Peach,
Plum and Cherry Trees, also Crape, Currants and Berry Plants of all
the leading varieties, Shade and Ornamental Trees, Roses,
Hedge Plants, etc. .
All our Treea are grafted on whole roots, and are strictly first-class and
true to name. All our Apple Scions are selected from some of the best growing
orchards in Hood River alley. A large stock of Yellow Newtowns and Spitz
enbergs. Special prices made on large lots. Send early for price list.
N. B. HARVEY, Prop., Milwaukee, Or.
SNOW & UPSON,
General Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers,
FINE HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY.
Manufacturers of the Crescent Brand of Tools. Full line of
supplies constantly on hand. Best Plow Man in
- HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
J. R. NICKELSEN
Farm Machinery & Vehicles
Including Rushford, Winona, Milburn and Old Hickory
Wagons, Clark and Perry Buggies, Liahtninir Hav Press.
Aermbtor Wind Mills, Deering Machinery, Buckeye Pumps,
Milwaukee Hay Tools, Champion Carts."
A complete line orjracuse Implements, Hanford's Balam of Myrrh, Extra
Buggy Tops, Seats, Cushions, Dashes, r.iles, Shafts, Singletrees and'Neckyokes,
Holster Springs und Iron Age Garden Tools.
Cor. 4th and Columbia Sts., Hood River, Or.
G. G. CROW.
MANLY & CROW,
White Salmon Real Estate
White Salmon, Wash., have sole charge of the sale
of lots in this growing town. We have a large list
of fann and fruit lands for sale.
bone & Mcdonald
Carry a full line of Groceries, Flour and Feed,
Shovels, SpadesAxes, Saws, etc. '
The Fishing Season
Is here, and so are we with a full line of first
class Tackle. Come and see us before buying.
Goods Delivered Free
To Any Part of Town.
bone & Mcdonald
Anticipating your needs I laid in a stock of Spring
goods. The largest line of Matting and Carpets in
the city. You may need a Range or Cook stove, f
have them February is our winter month. I have
Heaters. Have you that tired feeling? I have
Rockers that will give you rest. Everything in the
Furniture line to meet all conditions. And lowest
prices guaranteed. Listen! We are here for our
share of the business. Come and see us. We will
show you how it is done. Will give yOu the key
to the first move a square deal. Your money is
just as good as your neighbor's, and will "buy as
much as his money. Full line of BuHdhig material
that will be sold at Bed Rock prices. Look it over.
Undertaker and Embalmer