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HOOD RIVEE 0LAOIEB, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1904.
Norman William Other Victims.
The Muscatine, lown. Journal, of
June 22, uivi' the following account of
Nontian Williams' record in Iowa:
"Daniel Norman Williams, the sup
posed mnrdnrer of the Tumans, man
and wife, north of this city, in a lonely
hut in the Shorty woods during the
month of AgUHt, two yours ago. will be
hung at The Dalles, Oregon, July 22, for
the murder of Miss Alma rvealjilt and
mother, MrB. L. J. Nesbittj the jury at
that place having convicted mm oi mur
' dor in the first degree and sentenced
him to be handed by the neck unt il dead
for his awful crime.
"Sheriff J, 1). Stuart, of Muscatine
county, has lieon in communication
with Sheriff Sexon, of Wasco county,
Oregon, the place where the murders
were comiiiitcd. Sheriff Sexon states
in his letters that there is no doubt that
the Williams held at that placo under
sentence of death Is the Williams want
ed at this for the grim. Ttmian
trii(?cdy. The descriptions tally to a
great extant. The moral degeneracy
display is to a certain extant the
same, cold blooded ferocity prompting
the murders for gain.
"Sheriff Stuart is of the opinion that
the Williams now under sentence of
death Is the Williams wanted here for
the Tuman murders. George Nesbitt
whose mother and sister, the jury says,
Williams killed, thinks he is the man,
the descriptions tally.
"After being frightened from the west
by impending arrest be then came east.
It is the opinion of the officers concern
ed In his arrest and conviction that ho
then came to this country in the year of
1!K)2. On august 18, lOOi.tho bodies of
the Tumans. man and wife, were found,
the former dying and the later dead in
and near a fiut in the lonely Shorcfy
woodn.aljout five miles north of (his city
A. Daniel Williams, who was staying at
this lace at the time, disitppered and
nothing has been seen of him since.
"Then it is reasoned that Williams
went buck to Oregon, having to flee this
section of the century, and was there
arrested. During the trial be maintain
ed a sullen silence, admitting nothing
and saying nnthing. It was then that
word came to this city that a Daniel
Williame, strangely resembling the sup
posed murderer ol the Tumans, was on
trial for bis life at that place, and inves
tigation was made with startling results.
"It is hoped to identify the Williams
of Oregon and the Williums of this city
as one and the same. After having done
this a confession will be the thing then
sought. If Williams will tall what he
knows before he stretches hemp the
olllcers think many murders now sh
rouded in mystery will be solved, ami
Muscatine county's most awful crime
with the rest. It will I definitely de
termined in a short time if the two Will
iams are one.
Mr. Evans Tulks on. Strawberries.
N, C. Kvnns was interviewed by the
Evening Telegram last Thursday as
N. C. Kvnns, a Hood River farmor
and strawberry grower, at the hotel
Imperial today, told the tulo of a straw
ber,y crop that this year aggregate 5,
000 crates, stating that 110 full cars of
berries, containing (100 crates each, were
sent out from lloud Kiver, and that ex
press shiynumts amounted to between
20,000 and 27,1X10 crates. "This crop will
eabily reach IW.OIX) crates," said Mr.
Kvnns, "Koot hill berries from as far
as 20 miles from Hood Kivor are coming
iu, and while the valley crop is of course
ended, quite a few consignments daily
ure brought down from the higher ele
vations. "An average price of about 11.60 per
craie was reunited uy iioua Hlver grow'
ers this year. The Hint crates of the
season brought jfl. the closing price
wn ? i. j oe jooi mil Hemes are Dring
ing irom f to f3.o. It costs IK cents
for picking mid cent for packing,
vomiting in addition the price of crates
and boxes, hauling and other incident
als, the expense of harvesting a crate
of berries would perhaps average 75
cents per crate, leaving a profit of 75
cents per crate, or approximately $70,000
w uooa itiver growers from tins one
commodity Our people have their ap
pins, tlioir small fruits and other varie
lies oi berries as well."
The biggest days shipping from Hood
niver, Becoming w iur. Avails, was
when 11 full cars wore sent out, not in
eluding express shipments. Save when
the season was at its height and the
market in a partially glutted condition.
the demand was good. At this juncturo
wo, Missouri Demos cauie Into conn.
tition in the markotg of the Middle
west, causing a relapse in prices and
domand from this section.
"It took 1,000 outside pickers to take
on me noon nivorcrop," said Mr. EV'
ans. "lliey came principally from
l'ortlund and the Willamette valley
points. The crop was about four-lifiln
of an average yield, and when you re-
moniDer tlmt a uormul output would
have been 1 10.000 crates, in ron.imrUm.
with 70,0110 laHt year, the huge increase
in acreage can be imagined."
I he Dnkotas proved the best btivcrs
tor uooa itiver hemes tins year. Mem
tana was prohably next In line, with
Nebraska a good patron. Washington
hm, inun. iiimeius man Oregon,
feature caused by the heavy demand
irom me inree large cities of the Ever
green state. The most distant shin,
nieuts went to the New Knglund states,
urn consisted oi only an isolated crate
or two sent to triends. The Missouri
valley constituted the eastern limit for
Surplus or Log on Hand.
Mention was mudo In lust week'
Glacier that the Oregon Lumber Com
pany had decided to close their logging
camps up Hood river the first of July
for three or four mouths and perhaps
Indefinitely. Since then loggers on
the Lower Columbia attempted to
form a comblno to remedy the present
uisiurbea condition as fur us prices of
logs are concerned. There seems to be
a surplus on hand mid prices are said to
uv too niw mr prom, jiecause of tub
there Is talk of a cut In price of wages
Puget sound loggers have already re
uueeo wages Ml cents a day. The low
price mr logs anil lumber it is said may
mime it iieeesMiry for the Oregon mills
iu cui wages.
A case came to light that for persist
ent and unmerciful torture has per
haps never been equalled. Joe Goboliek
of Colusa, California, write: "l or 15
jeiirs 1 endured insufferable iialn from
rheumatism and nothing relieved me
though 1 tried everything known. I
came aurosa Kleetrio Uitters and it's
me greatest ineuieine on earth for that
trouble, A few bottles ot it completely
relieved and cured me." Justus good
for Liver and Kidney troubles and gen
eral debility. Only Boo. Satisfaction
guaranteed by Cha8. X. Clarke, the
It Never Came Hack.
Ten yean ago a farmer In Malheur
county put an X mark on a silver
dollar and went to town and spent it
with the merchants. Hefore the year
was out he got the marked dollar back
again for poultry and spent it again
with the village merchant. lour
times In six years the dollar came back
to him for produce, and three times he
beard of it In the pockets of hi
change three years ago he sent It to a
mail order house In Chicago that -had
amassed milieus of dollar selling
third rate stuff. He has never wen
that dollar tinoe. That dollar will
never pay any more road or school tax
foijliliu, never help build up the town
or country, never bless or brighten the
homes of his neighbors, lie sent It
entirely out of the circle of usefulness
to him. The best moral to this is to
patronize home merchants and your
dollar w ill come back to you, but send
it to an eastern city and ll never conies
back agaiu. Argus.
The Trail of Lewis and Clark
Was the pioneer American trail west of
the Mississippi river, and the results of
that exploration of. 1804-6 were of tre
mendous importance to the United
Suites, and they were never more ap
parent than now.
A publication relating to the Lewis
and Clark expedition, Just Issued by
(i. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, stands
peculiarly alone. This edition is a two
volume, 8 vo one, called "The Trail of
Lewis and Clark, 1HO4-10O4." The au
thor, Mr. Oiln I), Wheeler, Is the well
known writer of the popular Wonder
land series of the Northern Pacific Hall
way, in connection with which he
made his studies and researches for
Mr. Wheeler has traveled, several
thousand miles over the route of Lewla
and Clark. He tins camped out, climb
ed mountains, followed old Indian
trulls, and visited remote points made
memorable by those explorers. Their
route across the Kilter Hoot mountains
has been followed, . Identified and
"The Trail of I wis and Clark" la il
lustrated In color and half tone from
paintings, drawings and maps, by Pax-
son, Di Lump and Itiutsell, made under
Mr. Whueler'i direction, and from pho
tographs taken specially for the pur
pose. The writer tells his own story
and supplements It with pertinent ex
tracts from I-ewis and Clark, and a
host of other historical and narrative
writers that connect the past with the
present. Exact excerpts and photo
graphic reproductions, In half tone,
from the original manuscript Journals
of Lewis and Clark are given. A
chapter is devoted to the Louisiana
Purchase, another to the preparatory
measures for the exploration, and an
other to the hlntory of each man of the
expedition, so far us known, Including
a discussion of the deatn or Ua plain
The Louisiana Purchase Kxposltlon
at St. Louis and the Lewis and Clark
Centennial to be held at l'ortlund, Ore
gon, Hi lllllo, make tills work peculiarly
timely, because written from t bent and
point of actual knowledge of oust and
present conditions of the old trail anil
"The Trail of Lewla and Clark"
should bo iu every public and private
uorary in me lanu, ana the general
reader will find in reading through its
pages of large clear type that truth is,
indeed, truer than notion.
The book can be ordered through
any bookseller or news stand or direct
from the publishers.
Oregon Historical Quarterly.
Tho Qtiuterly of the Oregon Histor
ical Hociety, for March, has readied
the Olacior exchange tablo. Mr. Clar
ence 11 liagley, an Oregon pioneer of
1852, who lived in Marion county up to
about 1800, but who, for tho most of the
lime since then hus been identified with
the I'ngit Sound preps, gives a history
of the ".Mercer Immigration" two car
goes of girls to make happy the liveB
of Puget Sound bachulors in 1805. Mr.
i nomas vt. rroscti, another pioneer
nigoi pouim journuiiHt, gives the evo
lution of htevons and Whitman coun
ties, Washington.1 T. W. Davenport
futher of "our Homer", the cartoonest,
gives a chapter on his "Kecollectimis
as an Indian Agent," The stalwart
old pioneer of 1844. John Minto. uives
a paper of striking interest ou the "An
tecedents ot the Oregon Pioneer, and
the Light These Throw upon Their
Motives." The closiV mines of the
QinUorly give a portion of the "Hocol
lections and Opinions of an Old Pio
neer," by Peter H. liurnett. an Oreuon
pioneer of 181H, and in 1850 the first gov
ernor of California. In subsoouent
numbers of the tluaterly all of Uov.
IIuriieuV'Keocoloctions'1 of his exper
iences in the "Oregon Country" will be
published, thus making accessible a
most valuable chapter in the eurlev his
tory of our commonwealth. Vor fur
ther information about the Quaturly,
address tioo. II. Dimes. Asst. Sec.
Oregon Historical Socioty, City Hall,
One Lady's Recommendation.
I have. I believe, sold 50 boxes nf
Chuinborluln's Stomach and Liver tali-
lets on the recommendation of one lady
here, who first bouirht a box of tliem
about a year ago. she never tirea of
telling her neighbors and friends about
the good (uulitie of these tablets. P.
M. Shore, druggist, Rochester, Ind.
The pleasant purgative effect of these
Books, Stationery, Paper Nap
kins, Pens, Inks, Blank Books,
Legal Blanks, Magazines
Agency Oregonian, Telegram
SPOT CASH GROCERY
WOOD imOS., Proprietors.
Groceries, Flour and Feed
FRESH VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY.
Only Exclusive Grocery Stfire Hi the Citv. Fm TVlirorv. Phone.
tablets make them a favorite wltb tbe
ladies everywhere.- , For sale ojr all
druggists. . ' - N . .. .
Write of Oregon and Wii Prize.
The Portland Commercial club offers
two gold medals and $200 in cash prizes
for articles on Oregon, under the follow
For the beat article appearing in tha
regular edition of any newspaper or oth
er publication printed outside of Oregon
to be comiietea for only by persona re
siding in Oregon and nut living in tbw
city of Portland, choice of a gold medal
or $50 in cash.
For the second best article, either tbe
gold medal or $50 dollar! in cash, de
pending upon selection made by tbe
winner of first prize.
Article winning third prize will be
given $25. :, .- i. -.'
Fourth priza will be $15 and fifth
To residents of Portland a gold medal
and $100 will be distributed in prizes
upon exactly the same basis a the gold
medal and $100 are to be distributed to
residents of Oregon outside of Portland.
The reason for having these articles
printed outside the state is that we
want the people away from horoa to
know oar advantages, and than we de
sire the Portland and Oregon papers to
be relieved from any embarrassment
that might arise through having to de
cline articles. Articles containing the
expression "Webfoot" - will not be
allowed to compete.
The governor of the state will be
asked to appoint a committee to decide
as to winners in the state contest, while
the mayor ot Portland will da requested
to name tha eommittee that will select
the winners in this city. -
One of the chief reasons for offering
these prizes is to give the younger gen
eration so opportunity to do some pleas
ant work during vacation. This is a
busy age and no article is desired ex
ceeding 5,000 words those of 1,000
No articles will be accepted in com
petition except where the newspaper or
other publication is furnished complete.
The articles submitted become the prop
erty of the Portland Commercial club, to
be used as desired.
The contest closes October 1, 1904.
J. Browa Has Harrow Escape.
' J. Hrown called at the Glacier office
last Thursday and told of his narrow
escape from death by fire a few days be
fore. Brown was picking berries on
tho A. llutts place, and had made a hut
ont of fir boughs, In which he slept at
night. One night he built a smudge
nearby. Ho dropped off asleep and
about 11 :30 that night he waa awakened
by a loud crackling noise and as he
opened his eyes he beheld the whole
front of his hut ablaze. He hurriedly
leaped through the door, and not a mo
ment too soon, for in the next minute
the whole interior of the structure was
a mass of seething flame. Brown bore
tho marks of the Are on his face, where
the flames had scorched him.
He was glad to have escaped with his
life. The fire destroyed two suits oi
clothes and other things. He says the
loss was $50. Brown says the mention
of his trip to St. Louis was incorrect,
but he does expect to leave shortly for
Boston, where he will visit with his
And the Wind Blew.
Here's the way a Wisconsin editor
describes a recent storm in North
Dakota: "A southeastern wind hurled
tumble weeds and Russian cactus
through tbe air at a 50 mile an hour gait
and tbe gate went too. Many stoves
were drawn out through the chimney
and the wind blew in the neck of a bottle
and tore the bottom out. Nebraska
wagon tracts passed over the city In
thousands. The strain on the wire fences
was so great that all the staples were
drawn out on the north Bide of the posts.
A kerosene barrel standing in front of a
grocery store was sucked out of tha bung
hole and turned inside out. The dirt
(lew from a post hole on the hillside and
left the hole staking out of the around
about two feet, without any dirt around
Rev. Shaffer Uoea to Portland. '
liev. II. C. Shaffer, who has been
pastor ot the U. B. church in Hood
Kiver for the past four years, has been
assigned the Portland charge by the
general conference of his church which
met in Salem last week,
liev. J. T. Merrill will be nastor nf
the Hood Kiver church for the coming
year.with ltev. D. Morris in charge of
Hood Kiver circuit. W. K. Kossman
goes to The Dalles; W. N. Blodgett to
Dufurj P. F.. Petit, Tygh valley; P.
Crane, Heupner; M. E. liailey, Wasco.
J. 8. Khoadea has been made confer
ence evangelist; J. K. Parker, business
manager of Philomath college; B. K.
Kmerick, editor oi Oregon Hearchligbt;
11. K. Ueiison, teacher in Seattle.
Mrs. John McCulloch and daughters,
Kdith and Marion of ltraiimrd, Minn.,
arrived in the city Saturday to visit the
family of II. J. Fredericks.
bihajsaiiAjNS & BAGLEY.
Horses bought, sold or exchanged. : !
rit'asure parties can secure Brstlasa rigs. Spe
cial attention given to moving Furniture
We do everything horses can do.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Leer EsTBsa Ressn.L, only
eh I Id ol Lacy tber Rus
sell, deeeaaea, and
M. M. KcsHiu.L, father of said
child, tmatwud uf aald Lucy
fcatlier Khh1I. deeeued. Defendants.
By virtue of an execution, decree and order
of Mle.dnly laaued oat of.aud under Uia aeai of
the circuit court of the suite of Oregon, wr tbe
oounly of Wuco, to me directed, dated June
t. 1MM. upon a decree for the foreclosure of
certain morltrapre, and judgment, rendered
nd entered In aald court' on the 1st day
June MOt. In the above entitled caune In favor
or the plaintiff and agalnat the defendant,
Judgment debtor In tlieaum of two buudred
eventy-three dollar and nlnetr-Bve cen
IIU7a.ll.)), wltb Interest thereon from the 6th
day of March, IWA at the rate of ten per een
Sar MiDUin, and the further sura of fifty (ISO)
ollar as attorney, tees, and the further sum
of (SU fifteen dollar, cost, and the coals
and upon this writ, and commanding me
make e of real oroDertv. embraced In aucb
decree of forecloaure, and hereinafter de
scribed. I will, on the flat day sf July. 1MM. at
the bour of two o'clock In tl afternoon of
said day, and at the front door of the county
eourt bonne In 'lb Dalle Ciur.Waeco county,
Oregon, ell at public auction to the blgheat
bidder, for ob In hand, all the right, title
and Intereat which the defendants Lucy Ei
ther Kuasel and M. M. KuaaelL or either of
them bad on the 6th day of March, A. 1). 101
tbe dale of tbe moruiase foreclosed herein,
or which aucb defendant or any of tbe de
fendant herein, have ,1m acquired, or now
nave in ana to the following aescriDea re
properly, annate and being In Wakco count
Orego. , to-wit; Lot numbered (10) tea andi
til Illy, In block numbered twenty-three (2tt),
a per (he official plat of Hood Kiver: proper,
now an addition to the citv of Uooa River:
or o much of aald property. will aatlafy
the Judgment and deome, wltb enst and so
crning coal. -
ataid property will be sold aiibleot to con
u nrooertv will be sold uiblect
fir uiatlon and redemption u by law provid-
Dated at Tu Dalles, Oregon, this
e, 1WM, f. V. HKA TON,
Hherf ffof Waaco county, Oregon.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Department or tha Interior. Land Office at
ThelMUlea, Oregon, May M, 1UU4. Notice I
hereby given that tbe following named net Her
naa niea nonce or ni Intention to mane nnai
proof In aupport of hi claim, and tlmt aaid
prooi win ue made before ueorge i trainer,
on i tea mate uommlsaloner, at nis omoe is
Hood River, Oregon, on July (, 1904, vie
JOHN H. UltoKK.
of Hood River, Oregon, Ji. E. Mo. 9110,
tor in n yyy, and lot of section isip. i
Unnth Ku,.B.laV ur u
11 name the billowing witnesses to prove
hla continuous realdence upon and cultiva
tion oi aaia una, vis: James Keel, wunan
L. Huckabay, Jame N. Knight, Lewis U.
weygani, an or Hood Hlver, Oregon.
MIOHAKLT. NOLAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tha Interior, Land Office at
rne vane. Oregon, May in, iwh. wonce
not! of bl Intention to make final
proof in aupport of hla claim, and that aaid
proof will be made before the Register and
Receiver at Tu Dalle, Oregon, on July 13,
CHARLES R. STARK,
of Moaler, Oregon, H. K. No. WA, for the NB
k of WWW of taction U, Tp. 3 North, Range
ll K., W. M.
He name the following witnesses to prove
hla continuous realdence upon and cultiva
tion of aald land, vlx: Leo Root, D. A. Btur-
ilaa, ueorge Huskev, all of Mosier, Oregon,
ilexander Walt, of The Dalles, Oregon.
MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Keg later.
Timber Land, Ant June 8. 187B.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
United Htate Land Office, The Dalle,
Oreuon, April in. HMM. Notice Is hereby given
that In compliance wltb the provisions of the
ant of congreaa of June 8. 1M7H. "entitled "An
act for the aale of timber lands In the Htate of
California. Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory' aa extended to all the public land
state by act of Aunust 4. 1S93. tha followlua'-
named person have tiled In tut ottloa their
woru latement, to-wit:
JACOB JOHKPH HECKKR:
of Hood River, county of Waaco, atate of
Oregon, sworn statement no. 'itm, niea
neptember 1, ImKI, for the purchase
the Blew NWK, NK'4 HW and WK HEW
awuou 40, lowuNnip 2 iion n. range east, w ju
of Tbe Dalle, county of Waaco, state of Ore
gon, sworn ataiemeni no, low, ntea govern
ber 15. 1WU, for tbe purchase of the HWK HK
HV, HW. and Nk BWH section iia, town
ahlp 1 north, range II east. W M.
In at they will oirer proof to show that the
land sought Is more valuable for lis timber or
atone than for sgiicultural purposes, and to
establish their claims to said land before the
Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Or., on
J1IIY 8U, T.PU4.
Tbey name aa witnesses: TWCalbreath.
E Love, R Jarvis and J B Brown of Hood
River, Or; Mary A Meufert, Harah uorman.
ineooore j rteiuen, Hicnara J. oorman am
William Ketchum of The Dalle. Or,
Any and all person claiming adversely the
above-deacrlbed land are requested to rile
tiieir claims in mis omce on or before said
aothdayof July, IWa.
iolujy7 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
(Timber Land, Aet June 8, 1878.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, The Dalle, Ore-
fnn. April 28. 1WM. Notice I hereby given
hat In compliance witb the provisions of the
rfnfnw.MU,if I .... lint! antlllul (t A n
act for the sale of limber iands'ln the states of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
l erriiory, - as extend! to an the puono lana
suite by act of August. ISM. the followimr-
named iiersons have tiled in this office their
worn statements, town:
of Rlackduck, county of Reltraml, state of
Minnesota, sworn statement No. aiM, riled
October &, 1WM, lor Ihe purchase of the K
ofNWH end EH of HWW section , township
? norm, range s east, w. m.
Robert w. caldweli.:
of The Dalles, county of Wasco, atate of Ore
gon, sworn .statement no. itwi. niea nifty is.
lMUt, for the purchase of the BWW HWW eo-
iion sana stij nbi section w, lownsnip
That they will oiler proof to show that the
land sought Is more valuable for it timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish their claims to aula land before tbe
Heglater and Receiver at Tu Dal e. Orcaou.
on Auaust 11. 1UM.
l ney name ss witneanes: AUguat women ot
nemiaii, Minnesota; r.rnar wina oi roruana.
Or.; Louie Nelson of Deschutes, or; H W Cur-
nia oi v lenio, ur; j a Drown, nsipo jarvis,
Churle Jarvis and A L Hoadley of Hood
Any and all person claiming adversely the
above-described land are requested to file
meir eiaims iu luieomoeon or oeiore saia
11 th day of August, 1WM.
nunjyi u iiAr.L i. suna, Register.
(Timber I .and, Act June S, 1H78.1
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
United BUtee Land Office. Th Dalle.
Oregon, May 2, 1MM. Notice I hereby
given that In onmnliance with the nmvialona
of tu act of oongrea of Jun i, 1S7S, entitled
"An act for the rale of timber lands' In the
state of California, Oregon, Nevada and
wasuington territory," a extended to all
the public land states by act or August 4, lsVJ,
of Th Dalle, oounly of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, has, on July 14, 1101, aied In thlsofnue
hla sworn statement. No SI'l, for the purchase
MtntswvnwH, w H w4 section ju. town
ship 1 north, range 11 eaat, and lot 4 of section
, township 1 aoutii, range ll east, w. M and
will offer proof to ehow that the land souaht la
more valuable for It timber or stoue than for
agricultural purpose, and to establish hi
claim to ald land before the Register and
neoeiver oi mis ome l Th Oallca, Oregon,
on IbeStb day of July. 1WH.
He names aa witnesses: A E Lake, William
aeicnum, A. V Thouiaa ud T r Hpauldiug,
all of TIM Dalle. Or.
Any aud all persons claiming adversely the
above-described land are requested to file
their clalina In this office on or before said
n oayol July, iwt.
r7 M It'll A
EL T. NOLAN. Register.
(Timber ijtnd. Art Junes, IS7SJ
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Hlatva Ijind omce. The Dalle, or.
gin, June 11, HUM. Nolle is hereby given
mat 111 compliance with the provisions of tbe
act oi congress oi June a, IH7S, entitled "An act
forth aale of timber land In the stale of
l altfornl. Oruann. Nevada and washlnvton
territory,- as extenoea loan ine punnc Lana
Mtstes by act f August 4. Mri. the ftillowiti
Mimad persons haven led lu this oflloe their
awuru awiemenis, io-wii
of Vtaynoka, county of Woods, Territory of
OKIahoma.sworn statement No2H,nied April
4 f Sec 7, township 1 nor lb, rang 11 Kat,
t.miior toe uun-naaeoi in.ne.VMa inn ttM
ALBKRT J. MOlTf'k-
ofMcMinnvlile, county of Yamhill, state of
Oregon, sworn statement No. ilMti, filed May
si, WOl, for IbeiHircbaa of the kiu 1 and of
(tec. 8.1 .towiothipi north, ranges hjtst; kit 1
aud K NKW Hee. 4 townahiD 1 north, run
That Ibev will offhr Dronf to alio that th
land aought la more valuable for lu timber or
tone man Sir agricultural purpose, and to
establish their claims to aald laud before
Ueorge T. l'rsther. United Htate Oouimia.
slouer at hla office at Uood River, Oregon, on
They name as witness.- Kdmnnd I'. Miller.
Qlftird D. Woodworth, Jak Lena, Ralph
r'rench, lwis Morse, Charles Casiuer, John
W. Hbrave and William . Rand, all oi Uood
A a V and all lierann elalntln aitvrsel
the above described lands are requested to ft ie
their claims in this oftcaon or hefiira the
aid Xa day of August, ivot.
MICHaKL T. NOLAN, Register.
McDonald & Hen rich
Wagons 70 yeara teat.
BnoGica tbe very beat
Flows, Harrow, eta.
Cultivators, Spray and Well Purapa
Wind Mills, G
Champion Mowers, Rakes, Oil and
Extras, Hardware, Fishing Tackle,
Hercules Stump Powde
W. HAYNES & 00.
Successors to E. E. Savage's Son. "
Stoves. Paints. Oils
AMD A FULL LINE or ,
Eatiuatea furulshed to Cou tractors
. v AOK.VTS rOB
Oliver Chilled Plows.
E. R. Bradley
HIOH GRADE PAMPHLET
AND COMMERCIAL WORK
nets JU.wa.Ys iioht
We are her to do your work today
tomorrow and every other day, and
our money (what little w have)
I spent in Hood River. W want
your work and can do It neatly nd
Corner Htate street and Paradise avenue.
Rates, 11 to 11.50 a day. Kuecial rate to
ooaruer. utus. 1). o. ENTRIOAN
Long Distance Telephone Office, flubucrlp-
Mosier Trading Co
D. H. BARRIE, Mgr.
(Huooesaor to Lewis A Mosier.)
General Merchandise and
MOSIER, . - OREGON
J. F. STRANAHAN,
Of 25 years' experience. Will fur
nish plans and specifications for all
kinds of buildings. Strictly op to date.
Located at Hood River.
J. HEMEREL & SONS,
Hood River, Or.
FREDRICK & ARNOLD,
Estimates furnished on all kinds of work
I'hnnoai' Arnold. Main 83.
X liuillB. Frederick, Msln 20.
BELIEU & REA,
T-PLAIS AND K8TIMATK8 FURNISHED-!
COX & WALLIN
Plans and Estimatss Fcbnishkd.
E. A. SOULE,
Plans and Estimates Furnished
Upox Application. Ji
Meal on short order at all hour. Onen da
and night, from ( oi. until 1 . m.
FIERSON & COLZUAK
y-.tjuBqTiJtvaavaat rAmtiMiAt ..J
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Majestic & Mesaba Ranges
and Stiletto Cutlery.
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS, - - OREGON.
SPECIAL BARGAINS AT
Straw Hats, 10c to 25c Sunbonnets, 15c to 20c
Ladles Shirt Waists, 75c to $1.00
to select from.
S. J, FRANK,
Harness and Saddles,
All Repairing Promptly 'Attended to
Hood River, Oregon.
We will have a large stock of Apple, Pear, Prune, Peach,
Plum and Cherry Trees, also Grape, Currants and Berry Plants of all
the leading varieties, Shade and Ornamental Trees, Roses,
Hedge Plants, etc.
All our Tree, are grafted ou whole roots, and are strictly first-clang and
true to name. All our Apple Sciona are selected from some of tbe best growing '
orchards in Hood River Valley. A large stock of Yellow Newtowns aud Spltz
CDberga. Special prloea made on large lota. 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, Lightning Hay Press,
AermotorWind Mills, Deerins: Machinery. Buckeve Pmnna.
Milwaukee Hay Tools, Champion Carts.
A complete line of Syracuse Implements, Hanford'a Balsam of Myrrh, Extra
Buggy Tops, Seats, Cushions, Dashes, Poles, Shafts, Singletrees and Neckyokes
Bolster Springs and Iron Age Garden Tools.
tor. 4tn and Columbia
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 farm and fruit lands for sale.
. Correspondence solicited.
bone & Mcdonald
Carry a full line of Groceries, Flour and Feed,
Shovels, Spades, Axes, 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
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
and Building Material
PAINTS AND OILS.
FUENITUIIE REPAIRED. Best prices
guaranteed. Call and look through the Stock.
Glad to show you around.
Undertaker and Embalnier
AND HARDWARE. '
Latest Styles and Paterns. Large Stock
HOOD RIVER' HEIGHTS.
Sts., Hood River, Or.
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