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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1904.
8. Glen Andnn, railroad editor of the
Chicago Record-Herald, when seen by
n Oregonian reporter after hi trip to
iiooa Kiver last week, remarked :
"I don't want to go back to Chicago,
I have been trying to per
made Mra. Andras to go back and
pack np while I it ay here. I am in love
with Portland, while the scenery of the
atate as a whoie is enongh to drive a
man insane. I had uo idea that there
was such a place in the West. I have
Just returned from the Hood River
valley, and in my opinion it is as near
paradise as a man can ho)e to get on
this earth. The Columbia Kiver scen
ery is so far ahead of the Hudson that
l am asnamea to compare me two. it
is all beautiful and grand, so much so
that one does not know where to start
to discuss it."'
Mr. Andras came to Oregon and the
Northwest a short time ago, in company
with A. L. Craig and Rinuldo M. Hall,
of the Oregon Railway A Navigation
company, and is now gathering data
for a series of articles on Oregon, its
resources and possibilities. These ar
ticles will have to do with the mineral
possibilities, the agriculture and indus
trial conditions and with the state from
a scenic standpoint. They will be pub
lished in the form of letters for the
daily Record-Herald, and in Sunday
stories on special luatures lor the Nun
day supplement. These supplement
stories will be publlslied simultaneously'
in all of the principal cities of the Kaat.
There is no advertising graft and ao
hope of reward in the compilation of
the articles. Mr, Andrus wished to see
Oregon, and having seen it, is eager to
tell the people of the East of the won
ders that he has discovered.
Mr. Andras was interviewed further
by the Evening Telegram, when be said:
"A day spent in Hood River valley
convinced me that the wonderful repu
tation that section has is well deserved.
I have visited many fruit districts aad
am candid and honest when I say that
the 50,000 acres of that valley is the
most productive belt that I have ever
"The Colombia River scenery so far
surpasses the Hudson river that there
is no comparison. Every mile from Tke
Dalles to Portland has something new
and interesting, and when the Kmt
becomes acquainted with this magnifi
cent stretcn of scenery, tnoueands will
see it where possibly one does today.
At the junction of the Willamette and
Columbia rivers, is the most Iteautiful
sight in all the world Mount Hood,
Mount Adams. Mount Jefferson, Mount
1st. Helens and Mount Rainier, perpet
ual, y covered with snow, stand out In a
Deautmu panorama with matchless
blue sky as a background.
"1 thought I had some conception of
the racillc Northwest, out having spent
more than a week in Oregon, Washins
tn, and Idaho, in company with R. M.
Hall, advertising agent of the O. R. A
H. Co., I And that no one can have any
conception of the wonderful possibilities
of this section of the Union until he
has personally visited it."
Clipped from the Tliberm.
The mill formerly owned by Davidson
lirotliem, at Hood Rivet, Ore., whith
was sold by them to the Oregon Lumber
Company, have incorporated their new
mill at Coenr d'A ene, Idaho, under the
title of the Lost Lumber Company,
The Wind River Lumber Company of
I gKcaile Locks, has orders lor forty cars
of lumlier for Eastern and local ship
ment, and report nice trade in its re
tail yards. It is now engaged in build
ing a dam on a tributary to the Wind
river, which will flood from 25 to SO
acres. All its camps are running, lle
tween January 1 and July 1 its total
lumber cut was e.lOO.OOO.foet. The mill
was closed during February and March
owing to the necessity of making exten
sive repairs. In speaking of trade con
ditions, Vice-President Thompson says:
"I cousider the lumber trade is gov
erned by world-wide considerations. It
is not a matter of months or a year in
the Western country, but one, pttrhai,
of half a lifetime. Time alone will tell,
but 1 believe the future will satisfac
torily adjust the problem that is con
' fronting sawmill men."
Davenport Brothers' Lumher Com
pany, Hood River, report local trade
very good. They have received some
inquiries from Eastern parties, but are
not shipping much at present to the
East. The company is only running oae
mill now the Merger mill and that
with only a small crew. They are cut
ting about 00,000 feet per day. The
company is working on an order for
apple boles for the Davidson Fruit
Company, of Hood River, covering
200,000 feet. Davenport Brothers have
furnished the Davidson Fruit Compaay
with much more berry box and
apple box stock than last year. Da
venport Brothers' are cutting a ditch in
from Cedar Lake to Qreen Point Lake,
and will Hume its logs to Parkertown.
They are putting in a dam near Cedar
Lake that will flood about 40 acres to a
depth of from 2 to 12 feet. At this point
they have several, thousand feet of
cedar posts waiting for the raise of
The Bridal Veil Lumber Company,
Bridal Veil, report all their logging
camps running, At present the com
pany has not more than- 600,000 feet of
lugs on baud and the mill is cutting
70,000 feel per day. The oompanv re
ports its volume of business as good but
endorses the general opiuion that prices
are much too low. It haa orders in ior
points lu Washington, Idaho, Colorado,
Nebraska, the New England tutus. New
Jersey, Pennsylvaniw aud New York,
besidea local points along the O. It. A
N. company's lines. The company ex-
preseea the opinion that tlie outlook fur
trails la lair and that conditions in its
territory are in promising condition. It
believes that the bumper wheat orop
now assured and the great Irrigation
work now in progress in arid aud Be inl
and districts will help out materially.
J. M. Leiter, of the Bridal Veil Lumla-r
Company, says: "If we can stimulate
our own growth west of the Rockies and
fill the country up with people who will
consume our lumber product, the pro
blem of prices will settle itself."
The Menominee Lumber Compauy, of
Menominee, is now rutting about 00,000
feet of lumber per day. One-third ot its
cut this year will be yellow pine. The
company closed its lour camps July 1
and will not reopen them until tieptem
lr 1ft. It reports a cut of about
8,000,000 feet of lumber between Janu
ary 1 and June 30. inclusive. It is now
shipping an order for pine sash and door
stock to the Cream City Hash and Door
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. The stock
is equal to the Wisconsin pine. This
company has a good system of tire pro
tection, with a hydrant at every 100 feet
and equipped with an automatic pump,
besides which the plant is supplied with
hand extinguishers. James E. Cam
eron, one of the company, says that it
haa been running its planers 12 hours
per day for the last three months.
''While prices are too low," said he,
"our haviug pine has quite materially
helped us out, for I believe that pine is
bound to he kmp. Our Julv onlers have
been fewer than for any month this
year. This is due to our trade lying
largely in the wheat district. When the
farmers have finished harvesting I look
to see them turning in lumberordes for
fall. We expect a big business next
month. We are running out all orders
ahead as fast as possible. Our volume
of business is ahead of last year, aad
even though fir lumber is low, our pine
product brings up returns to a very sat
July 1 the Oregon Lumber Company,
of Hood River, shut down all logging
operations. W. II. Eccles, general man
ager of the company, states that the
camps will probably not reopen under
60 days. The company now has on
hand about 12,000,000 feet of logs and at
the present rate of lumber cutting
100,000 feet per day there is enough on
hand to last many months. The com
pany has plenty of orders on hand,
mostly for railroad ties. Mr. Kccles
says that he has a la-ge order for lum
ber from the Snake River Valley Sugar
Company, Black loot, Idaho, to le used
for buildings around its plant. He has
already shipped 1,500,000 feet, and
within the next 60 days will have
shipped there 2,500,000 feet.
J. E. Hand Presides as Mayor. i
J. E. Rand, president of the council,
presided at the adjourned meeting last
The feature ot the evening was the
finance committee's figuring on a bill
from W. R, Uraham for hauling gravel.
Graham had put in a bill for $291 for
hauling gravel. It seems he was to be
allowed sixty cents a load of a yard and
a nan. out trie street commissioner,
having measured his wagon box, found
he was haulini; about a yard and an
eighth at each load. The nuance com
mittee did tint believe the city had
money to distribute for work not done
and cut the bill to $218.25.
Councilman McDonald, chairmau of
the street crmmittee, reported that ns
instructed the committee had let the
contract to W. R. Brown for the sum of
$450 for the grading on the wagon road
to tho boat landing. The contract as
ilrawn up Itetweeii the committee and
Mr. Brown was read by the recorder.
Mr. Brown is to be paid for actual work
done at the end of each week and he
has agreed to complete the work within
ninety days. The 'work included that
part of the proposed road running from
the east end of the wagon bridge north
to the railroad bridge and under the
bridge to the till at the edge of the But
ton meadow. The road, it is agreed,
shall be 12 feet wide, with a place for
panning just south of the railroad bridge.
Marshal Olinger's report from June 20
to July 18 snowed 7 arrests to have been
made during that time and $4,110 col
lected for impounding stock.
The following claims against tliG city
were then allowed: Oregon Lumber
Company, $52.10; A. A. Jayne, prepar
ing ordinances, $10; J. L. Henderson,
survey work, $41.50; Bone & McDonald,
supplies, $0.70; tStniirt Cafe, meals to
prisoners, 75c. j Bartmess, sundries,
Tom Husbands, road work, $11; William
Clanger, Mad work, $28.
An ordinance providing license for
trancient merchants was read first time
and referred. The proposed ordinance
prescribes a license of $75 a week or
$15 a day for transient merchants to se
cure the privilege of disposing of goods
in the city of Hood River.
On motion of Councilman JMtrly, it
wss ordered that the subscription list
for funds to assist in defraying the ex
pense of the road to the boat landing
was ordered placed in the hands of the
treasurer for collection.
Street Commissioner Cunnina report
ed all cross walks to have Deen con
structed, that is, those that have been
ordered, and but two blocks of sidewalk
A. D. Moe, chairman of a committee
from the Commercial club, addressed
the council, stating that the club was
anxious to experiment with oil on the
streets of the city, and wished to know
if the city council would assure their
co-operation in the undertaking. 8. E.
Bartmess also spoke on the same sub
ject. Several members of the council
made remarks on the subject and ex
pressed themselves as willing to do any
thing to further the move to oil the
streets. The committee on streets and
public property was instructed to gath
er all tho information that they
could on the subject. Councilman Mc
donald said he had given the subject of
oiling the streets considerable study.
lie was anxious that each member of
the council act as a committee of one in
securing Information on the subject.
Those present at the council were
President Rand, Coiincilmen Prather,
Bailey, Early. McDonald; Recorder
Nickel-en, Marshal Olingcr and Street
Bull Dogs Win the Rubber.
"We certainly got sweet revenge for
what they gave' us at The Dalles," re
marked ''Puns" Guyer, as the game
ended lust Thursday witli The Dalles
juniors snowed uudcr to the tune of 18
Now will The Dalles Chronicle lie
The Bull logs played all around the
visitors, who were in the game lor only
a tew minutes at the lginning, when
three tallies for The Dalles put them in
the lead for two innings. Alter that it
was a clean shutout until the 8th in
ning, when the visitors broke into the
running for one more score.
"Puss" tiuyer pitched for the home
nine. It was tho third victory over The
Dalles and each one of the games was
fiitched by him. Ectee Brosius handled
lis position behind the bat in the very
best of shape. Willie Chandler at fleet
did some playing that was a feature of
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villi gnum vuMiiiup, ihpii m piit.i
and Csnhon at secimd were also pood
Elwnod Luckey played well at Third.
The game had lieen well adveitised
and there whs a fair-si.ed audience in
attendance, hut as one of the boys ex
pressed it, they were close with" their
money. The boys are still alsiut $4 l
hind with their expenses.
There were a couple of beautiful
double plays executed during the game.
One in the third inning wss from tiuyer
to CtiKheu anil Canlic n to Chandler. In
the fifth inning the double play was
made by Baker to Chandler and first
baseman to ChhIicii.
The lineup was as follows:
BUM. 1MKIS . DAM.KS JUNIORS,
Cunning s. a llchhn'er
Haker r. f
Rood ,.. f
Chandler lb ,
Brosius c ,
Hunger 1. f
Tamp Ostium umpired for the youths.
The score liook- contained the name of
The score by innings was:
Hood River 1 1 5 0 2 7 1 1 18
The Dalles 3 000001 0-4
Capiat Jackson Returns.
Captain F. M. Jackson is home from
his trip of five weeks to the St. Louis
fair and his old home In Eastern Ten
nessee. C. L. Clarke, who accompan
ied him to the fair and who afterward
visited with relatives in Illinois, re
turned lust one dav behind Captain
Jsrksnn. Thev were both to return
together, and the captain waited four
days in St. Louis for Mr. Claake, who
registered at the very same hotel the
day that Captain Jackson pulled out.
Captain Jackson says he bad very
enjoyable time, and would have re
mained longer had be been permitted
stop-over privileges on his retura trip.
He says he intends to make another
trip to Texas next year, where he has
a lot oi relatives.
In Eastern Tennessee the captain
visited his old home town, the town
from which he left for the war. There
his old comrades, on hearing he was in
town, came from all parts of the com
munity to grasp him by the band aod
to talk of the daya when they fought
side Dy side under the stars and bars.
It was from this town that Mr.. Jackson
went to war as a lieutenant He was
shortly afterward promoted to the cap
taincy and at the close of the war he
was In charge of hia regiment. He
enlisted at the outbreak of hostilities
in the 4th Tennessee cavalry. Serving
in this regiment for one year, he re-enlisted
in Co. D of the tilst Tennessee,
The captain says he saw few changes,
Ihe people in that country do not
change so rapidly as they do in the
West, iulngsnad changed a good bit
in ins noma town though, and he bardlv
knew the old land marks.
The captain spent a week at the fair
and says it is a great show. The Hood
Kiver apple exhibit is not as eood as it
should be, he says. The farmers must
send a good lot of samples this fall.
Think They Can do as Weil as We.
The North Yakima Herald say:
Mayor O. A. Feebler and Attorney
J.J. Rudkin returned Sunday from a
trip to the Hood River country in Ore
gon, l he gentlemen bad gone on this
expedition, for the purpose of investigat
ing the strawberry Industry, which has
made that particular section of the
country famous, with a view of using
the knowledge acquired in their research
on strawberry interests of their own in
the Keunewick country. Both Mayor
Fechter and Mr. Rudkin are gratified at
the facts obtained from their expedition,
and next year will find them heavy in
vestors in the raising of strawlierries.
"What do you think of the Hood
River valley as compared with onr val
ley?" asked a reporter for the Herald.
of Mr. Fechter.
"Generally speaking," said Mr. Fech
ter, "I am convinced that we have a
much finer and better valley in every
respect Our soil is better adapted to
(he growth of all varieties of products.
There Is no question, however, about
tiie Hood River wonderful strawberry
industry. In fact there is no part of
the country in the Northwest which
compares witli it in this respect. I was
told that during tlie season as high as
15 carloads of berries a day have been
shipped out of the valley. There is now
two thousand acres of (and set out in
strawberries. When it comes to other
fruits, such as apples, pears, peaches.
etc..' the Yakima valley la far superior
to me tioou Kiver."
Farmers Plan For Another Ditch.
Those farmers whose property Is
above .he present irrigating ditch of
the Farmers' Irrigating company are
planning to build a ditch of their own.
the Hood Kiver Water Supply com
pany has a ditch which brings out about
300 inches, but this is insufficient for
the needs of the upper valley in the
Crapper district and upper Barrett dis
trict. At the regular monthly meeting
of the Supply company last Saturday,
a committee of farmers appeared before
the board of directors and talked the
The Hood River Water Sunolv com
pany appointed F. C. Sherrieb, Charles
Chandler and F. G. Church a committee
of three to confer with a like committee
from the farmers desiring the ditch,
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mm vim join vouiiiiiiiee win men con
aider what plan la regarded the most
feasible for bringing out the irrigation
If the fanners build a ditch of their
own it is understood that they will buy
out the Supply company with their
rights as a sort of nucleus or working
basis. The Supply company considers
their system worth at face value, $9,000,
says G. J. Gessling. The ditch really
eoft the owners about $12,000. The
S resent board of directors of the Water
upply company are F. C. Sherrieb, H.
J. Hibbard, C. K. Markham, Charles
Chandler, K. G. Church, A. 8. Blowers,
and G. J. Gessling. The stock of the
company Is paying good dividends.
burly in the spring the ditch can sup
ply 500 inches of water, but with the
coming of the dry season the supply is
limited to 300 inches.
The board of directors of the com pan v
discussed last summer the proposition
of enlarging the supply oi the ditch by
bringing water out of Green Point. The
company even filed on the water right,
but lound then that those who owned
property through which a right of way
would have to be secured, wanted such
exorbitant figures for damages that to
secure the rights of way would have
cost more than the building of the ditch,
aud the undertaking had to be given up.
it is unuorsioou mat tne laruvera wno
have bad the new plan under considera
tion propose to create a district of the
upper valley and proceed to bond them
selves for the cost. Those promoting
vne uuiieriaaing propose to call a meet
ing to discuss tho matter in the near
Mayor Names Delegates.
Hood River, Oregon, July 25. I
I irti by appoint the following named
e tizens to represent Hood River at the
O'cjn n Development league convention
to ii nvene at Portland, August 2 and 3:
(ie u'no T. Prattler,
Charles T Early,'
II. F. Davidson,
W J. linker,
II. SI. Abbott,
(i J tiesling,
N. (' Evans,
Oeid'gu I. Culbertson.
A. 8. IIlowkrs, Mayor.
ltrutally Tort n red.
A imsc came to llulit that for persist-
eiitniiil unmerciful torture has per
haps never been euuulled. Jde (foboliok
of Colusa, California, writes: "For 15
years 1 endured iiisuflernble pain from
rhi'iiiniitisiii and nothing relieved me
though I tried everything, known. I
came ai-ra Electric Hitters and tt'a
the greatest tiieilicine on earth for that
trouble. A few bottles ot It completely
relieved and cured me." Just aa good
for Liver and Kidney troubles and Ben-
era I debility. Only 50c. Satisfaction
Riiaranteed by Cbas. N. Clarke, the
St Pity Showa.
For years fate was after me coirtin
sly," writes F. A. tiullege, Verbena,
Ala. "I bad a terrible case of Piles
causing 21 tumors. When alt fulled
Iluckleii a Arnica Salve cured me."
Kotinlly irond for burns and all aches
and pains. Only 25c at Cbaa. N.
Hair Xan Still Uvea.
X person who is onlv half skive to the
world and society will not succeed
in business. He should to to Williams'
Pharmacy and net some Palmn Tahlot
The? are guaranteed for all weakness.
Timber Land, Act Jane 8, 1878.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United State. Land office, Ths Dalle, Ore-
f:on, May , mn. Notice is nereuy given mat
ii compliance wltb the prof laiuiu of the act
of coiiltm of Junes. 1S7H, entitled "An act for
the aale of timber land in tlie atatea of Call
fono, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Ter.
ntory, a attended to an tne imunc
states by act of Aus-nat 4, WW,
CMAHLKrt K rlAYWARD.
of Hood River, county of Waaco, atate of Ore-
oi nooa Kiver, county of wasco, atate oi ure
son. baa thla dav filed In thla office hla aworn
atawment No. 2W9, for the purchase of the
wxsv)iw, 8andHHK54 0fee. no. i, in
township No. 1 north, range So. Seast W. M.
and wlilon"r proof to abow that the laud
aousht la more valuable for It timber
alone than for Mi-rlculiunil DaruMe. sod to
esubitah hla claim U aaid land before the
r (later and receiver of thla offlcj at The
Da. lea, Oregon, on the -Will day of Annul 1UG4
He name a witnesses: William K. Kan4,L.
js.ttana. unarle H .Caauier Mill Uleu f abrics;
all oi Hood Kiver. oi-fvon.
Any and all peraona claiming adversely the
above-deacrlhed landa are reuueated to rile
their claim In thla office on or bifore aldtb
day or AugtMt, laof.
)3W MICHAEL T. NOLAN, KegiaKT.
Timber l4ind, Act Jtree S, lS.l
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Btates Land Offloe.Tbe Dalies, Ore
gon , June lu, 1U04. Notice la hereby given
mat in enmpl lance Willi the orovtalona of the
act of congrea of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act
for the aale of timber landa in the atatea of
uniform, Oreaoa. Nevada and WaautiiKton
Territory," a extended to all the public
uana nuties oy act or Augnat 4,IM,tlie follow-wins-named
Deraonahave filed In thla office
tbetr aworn atatemenM, to-wlt:
Kkank lA VKNfYIRT
of Hood River, eounty of Waaco, atateof Ore-
kod, aworn aiateinent xno. -aw, niea jiecemoer
u iwh, lor (lie purcliaae or tne nty, nis4 neo.
81, townaiilp S north, range lueaM, and lot 1
ana i oi section n, towuainy a, norm, rauge iu
' flAKinn fl. LEWTHWAITE.
of Portland (M Kat Huh Mreet). eounty of
Multnomah. MM or uregon, aworn atate-
luent No2fl!l. lied Jannary II, Idol, for the
Durcbamofltie ' WM.HIM 8WK and KKti
vr.y.m oec. ii, townemp i norm, range t eaat
That they -Will offer nmof In almw that the
land Hlught la more va nable for Ita timber
or alone than for agricultural purpoaes, and
to eatabllah their claim to an hi land before
ueorge T. fratlier. United mates conimtaalon,
er, at hla office at Hood River, Uregon, on
UUM , iron,
Tliev Dame mm vftneaaMc VrmA Rnrrien.
vim Bpi,rrBiia; n. Aomin, jonn n.rniuiiie,
v imam in. nana, unanee i;aaiuer ana Lwi
norne oi nooa rjtver, Oregou; Horace ii,
Knox of Portland. Oreitnn.
Any and all neraona clatmtno- advereelv the
above deacri bed landa are reuueated to file
their Claims in thla omce on or before the aald
ivw aay or aukomi.iuh.
MiutiAr.1, t. ivuijan, iiegisier.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TATK OF ORKGON FOR
O. W. FHKLI-M and
W. H. WILSON. PlainMnY
ROBERT A. NORDEK, Defendant.
To Robert A. Norder, Defendant:
In The Name Of The Htale or Orwron. vnn
are hereby required to appear and answer the
pllnllfTa complaint in the above entitled
cauae, on or before the laat day of the time
preacnoea in me oraerof tne court for the
publication of thla aummona. aa hereinafter
atated, and II you full ui do ao, the platutltla
will apply to the court for the relief prayed
for ill their complaint, to-wlu For a decree
nireeioaing mil certain mortgage aaiea ine
28th day of May, 1801, given I
to Mllea H. Potter to secure the payment of
note for fct&i. and belna main the fOllowlmr
deacri bed real eatate. to-wlt: ,
leglnnlagata eon. 1 2!44 feet smith from the
Borinweai corner oi aeciion tnree. lowuauln
iwy norm, range en earn oi vv iiiaiueue men
dlan;runnlng thence eaat so roda;thenoe south
iwemy-iuor ruaa, to tne aouitieasi corner or
the auuthweal quarter or the northwest quar
ter of said aeollon three; thence weat eighty
rod a to the aouth weat corner of the north weat
quarter of aald section three, thence north
twenty-four rods to the nolnt of beginning-.
containing twelveacrea, more or leaa;
You are further notified that on the second
day ol July Iwlt, an order waa given aud
made in the above entitled court and cause,
dlmctlng that service of thla aumnioua be
made apoa you by publication thereof for all
consecutive weeka In the Hood Kiver Gla
cier, a weekly newspaper of general circula
tion puuiiatiea in wascocouuiy, uregon, and
you are therefore hereby required to appear
and anawer the ulaintitta' complaint on or
before the expiration of six weeks' publica
tion oi una eumutona, me nrai piiuucaitou
mereor oeing ou inr inn uay or July. Iwu
W. H. W1LHON,
JyUal8 Attorney for plaintiffs.
Notice la hereby riven that under and In
pursuance of an order of the County Court of
me aiaieoi Oregon ior ine county of wutco,
made on the 6th day of July, 1KM, the nnderv
aigneu, auuiiuiairauiroi tne eatate or jonn
W. Murphey, deceaaed, on Mutunlay, tlie Mill
day of August, 1804, at the bour of S o'clock.
p. ni .at the county court house door in Dulles
City, In Wasco county, Uregon, will sell at
public auutlou the follwlng described real
eatate belonging In the estate of aald deceased,
uwit: ine south nail or the northeast quar
ter and the north half of the southeast quar
ter of section eleven In township one north,
range ten east, W. M .
The terms of sale will be 40 per oent of the
selling price eaah la band at the time of aale,
30 per oent In one year thereafter, and 80 per
cent in i wo year mereaiier, wil.il l merest ats
per cent per auuuiu. ou said aererred pay.
Bald sals will be made subject to confirma
tion by court.
Dated at Hood River, thla 11th day of July
1WM. UF.U. 1. FHAinKK.
Jyll 4. Administrator.
Timber Land Act June 3, IS7S.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Htatea Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, June 90, 1804. Notice Is hereby given that
In compliance with the provisions of the art
ofOongreaaorjuneS, 1878, entitled "An act
lor the aale of timber landa In the states of
Call dim la, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
territory," a extended to all tne Public Land
ataies oy act of August 4,isi,
CHARLES E. DOCKMANN,
of41 Florence street, Portland, County of
Multnomah, atate or Oregon, haaon May Jl'i,
lyo4, ffled In thlaoffloe hia aworn alatement
No. K0, for the purchase of the KN,NKl-4,
N W1-4NEI-4 and the NE14NW1-4 of section
No. X7, In township No. 1 north.range No.S eaat
W.M.and will orteruroof to show that the land
ought Is more valuable for Ita timber or
atone than ftir agricultural purpose, and to
establish his claim to aald land before Ueorge
i. i-ratuer, iinueu nuuea commissioner, at
hla office at Hood River, Oregon, ou the g8tli
day of Mentember lWt.
He names the folio win witnesses.' Charles
caatner, lwls Morse, Lee C. Morse, and VV 1 1
Ham P. Rand, all of Hood River. Oreiron.
Any and all persona claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to II le
their claims in this office on or before said
ail n day of September, HUM.
Jyl4a& MICHAEL T.NOLAN, Register.
(Umber Ijind Act June S, 1878.1
NOTICE FOlt PUBLICATION.
United Htatea Land Office, The Dalle. Ore-
gon, June 'JO,!.-Not Ice la hereby given that
compliance with the provisions of the act
of rongreaaof Junes, 1878, entitled "An act for
the aale of timber landa In the atatea of Call
for n la, Oregon. Nevada, and Washington
Territory, "as extended tp all the Public Land
Htatea by act of August 4, 188,
of Portland, county or Multnomah, state of
Oregon, haaon May so 11 -I, tiled In this office
hla aworn alatement No. f.cw for the purchase
IbeNViKM Hud K'N El-4 of section No. 15,
in township No. I north.rangeNo.S eaat W.M.,
and will offer proof to ahowthal the landaought
is more valuable for It umber or atone
for agricultural nurpoaea, and to
hla claim to aald land before Ueorge T. Pra
ther. United Ntntea commissioner, at his
office at Hood Kiver, Oregon, on the Sdth day
of September, MH.
ne name me following wunessea: mane
E. Uockmann, of Portland, I.ewle E. Morse.
I C. Morse, William V. Hand, all of Hood
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described land are requested to tile
their claims In thla office on or before aald
SS day of September l4.
Jyl43 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Receiver
Orrtca or CoanKoi.i.B or thb cuaarNcv.
Washington, D. C. May 26. 1904.
Whereaa: Hy satisfactory evidence present
ed to the undersigned. It ha beru made to
aprwar that "The First National Hank of
Hood River," located In the city of Hood
River, in the county of Wasco and atate of
Oregon, baa compiled wttb all the provisions
of the statute, of the United Htatea, required
to he compiled wltb before an association
ahall be aulborlxed in eouimince the buaineaa
isow, uiererore, I. Thomas p. Kane, Deputy
and Acting Comptroller of the Currency, do
hereby certify that "The First National Hank
cf Hood Kiver," located In the city of Hood
River, In the county of Wasco and slate of
Oregon, I authorised to commence the busi
ness ol banking s provided tnseetlon fifty-one
hundred an lity-nlno( the rovlaed statutes
of the United states.
in testimony whereof witness my band and
eal of office, this I went --sixth day of May.
1804. T P. kANK.
iMeal Deputy and Acting Complrotler of the
Timber Land Act, June 1, 1878.V
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United mate Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, June w. inot..m)iice is nereoy given
that in compliance with the provisions of tbe
act of congress ot June 3. 1878. entitled "An act
for the sale of timber landa IB the states of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Waaliingtan
Territory ,' aa extended to all the Public Land
Htales by act of August 4, 1WH,
EDMUND W. REDER,
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, uas on May ao, itsx.niea ininisomoe
his swot n statement No. K1KI; for the pur-
enaseonne wkhki-4 section 17, nwhnh-i
and NE1-4N WM of section No. 30,ln township
No. 1 north, range No. 8 east, W. M.. and will
offer proof to snow that the land aoagbt Is
more valuable for its timber or stone tliaa for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to aaid laud before Ueorge T. Prather,
U. 8. commissioner, at his office In Hood
River, Oregon, on the gflth day of Heptember,
He names a witnesses; Charles Casner,
Lewis K. Morse, Lee C. Morse, and William
K. Hand, all of Hood River. Oreaon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above aescrioeu lands are requestea to nie
their claims In this office on or before said
tli day of Heptember. 1804.
Jyl4 sta MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
McDonald & Hen rich
FARM MACHINERY, VEHICLES
Wagons 70 years test.
Bcooiks the very best
Plows, Harrow, etc
Cultivators, Spruyaud Well Pumps
Wind Mills, Gasoline Eng's
Champion' Mowers, Rakes, Oil and
Extras, Hardware, Fishing Tackle.
Hercules Stump Powder,
W. HAYNES & CO.
Hucoeasors to E. E. Savage's Boos.
, DBALKKS IN
Stoves. Paints, Oils
AND A Fl'l.L LINK Of
Estimates furnished to Contractors.
Oliver Chilled Plows.
E. R. Bradley
HIGH GRADE PAMPHLET
AND COMMERCIAL WORK
MtCtS ALWAYS IK7HT
W are here to do your work today
tomorrow and every other day, and
our money (what little we have)
la apent In Hood River. We want
your work and can do It neatly and
Long Distance Telephone Office. Bubscrlp
tlous received for the Ulacler.
Mosier Trading Co.
D. II. BAR RLE, Mgr.
(Huccessors to Lewis A Mosier.)
General Merchandise and
MOSIER, , - - OREGON.
J. F. STRANAHAN,
Of 5. 'tn ra' ovrMrinnna Will .
J w iviikv. vista iui-
nttth nlana o ntl anApiflAatimia tnm all
i:.wis. f u.. il- i.
jjuunieu nt noou iviver.
J. HEMEREL & SONS.
Hood River, Or.
FREDRICK & ARNOLD,
. and BUILDERS
Estimates furnished on all kinds of work
I'hnnna1 Arnold, Main SS.
1 I'IH. Frederick, Main 306.
BELIEU & REA,
SS-I'LANH AKD KMTIHATRS FltRN IHH
COX & WALLIN
Plans and Estimates Furnishid.
E. A. SOULE,
Plans and Estimates Furnish kd
Upon Application. dl
Meals on short order at all hours. Often dar
and nta-lit, from 8 a. m. until 1 a, m.
PIERSON & COLEMAN
S0LK AGENTS FOR
Majestic & Mesaba Ranges
and Stiletto Cutlery.
L HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS,
v SPECIAL BARGAINS AT
Straw Hats, 10c to 25c Sunbonnets, 15c to 20c
Ladies' Shirt Waists, 75c to $1.00 v
New Goods. Latest Styles and Paterns. Large Stock
to select from. HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS.
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 Trees 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 lu Hood River Valley. A large stock of Yellow Newtowns and Spltz
eubergs. Special prices made on large lots. Seud early for price list.
N. B. HARVEY, Prop., Milwaukee, Or.
SNOW & UPSON,
General Blacksmiths and Wago'nmakers,
FINE HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY.
Manufacturers of the Crescent Rrand 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,
Aermotor Wind Mills, Deering Machinery, Buckeye Pumps,
Milwaukee Hay Tools, Champion Carts.
A complete line of Syracuse Implements, Han ford 'a Balsam of Myrrh, Extra
Buggy Tops, Seats, Cushions, Dashes, Poles, Shafts, Singletrees and"Neckyokes
Bolster Springs and Iron Age Garden Tools.
Cor. 4th and Columbia Sts., Hood River, Or.
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.
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.
FURNITURE REPAIRED. Best prices
guaranteed. Call and luok through the'Stock.
Glad to show vou around.
Undertaker' and Embalmer
g. G. enow."
vurirncy, Aug ii