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Anioi Underwood spent last week in
The Dalles. ,
Mrs. Charles Tubbs has been visiting
The U underwood school has a new
Charles Walter bas purchased the
lumber for his home on tbe flat.
Mr. Tubbs waa in Underwood twice
last week. "
Frita Luthy was expected borne Mon
day but did not arrive. It li hoped
there Is nothing serious detulnlng hlui.
New goods are arriving for the store
and now pernaps unuerwnuu
Independent or some 01 m
drive the delivery wagons
Hood Elver stores.
Tbe school also bas a new looking
Underwood is supplied wltb a meat
waifon twioe a week by Emlle Wallers-
Ed and Frank Thornton are cutting
wood to get the timber out of the way
for their drn'k. Sometimes Frauk
thinks the willows are tbe other side or
the river. They are dolug this for
B. F. Beals la building a cold storage
house to keep his apples and potatoes.
Work Is progressing One on tbe uew
road to TborutunvtUe.
Hue Lusk expects to move bis family
to (be logging camp at Trout Lake
Charlie Walter made a trip to Tbe
Frank Larsen and Frank Thornton
left for tbe lower river to work In the
camps. . ,
Messrs. Kelleodonk and Keeley con
tinue to ship tomatoes.
Most everyone has his potato crop
taken care of. In this we can't be beat
for quality, if not quantity.
The question of moving the school
bouse nearer tiie center of the district
is being agitated.
We hone to see some of the visitors at
the Hood River fair over on our side to
see some of the crops we can raise with
Pete Borenson left (or the upper
Mrs. John Dark is on the sick list. ,
George Bandeli of Portland came up
Wednesday to attend the Iruit fair and
visit with friends.
Bert Flnlev is attain in his seat at
school after a few days sickness.
Uncle A me Underwood returned
Wednesday from a trip to Portland and
Abe Ames returned from the mines
and brought several nuggets Friday
Most of our people attended the fair
Mount Hone. Oct. 13.- The new coun
ty road to Mount Hope is open as far as
Pine Creek. When this road is extend
ed through Ralph Savage's place and on
down to the Falls crossing to the East
Side, It will be one of the most beauti
(nl drives in thevallev.
Ralph Havage at Tip Top is getting in
his crop of apples.
R. W. Caldwell has a gang of sis Japs
at work on his ranch. They have oleared
about 16 acres of nice level land below
the dltoh and the Kood work still noes
on. Mr. Caldwell hopes ho has struck
as rich a vein in the agricultural region
as was struck in the mineral region by
the famous Mother Lode mine from
which his homestead took its name,
Ralph Jarvis is gathering apples and
enjoying leap year parties on the East
Bide but will soon be at home again
working on his clearing, lie has made
a good Beginning and has a flue garden
of iruit trees out.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fennell and son,
MisaAlvena Hoadley and Ralph Jarvis
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cald
well. In the afternoon the party all
Visited Miss Hoadley'shomestead, Ledge
wood, and sundry improvements were
made about the cabin.
The correspondent from Mount Defi
ance failed to mention one of the most
Kromising bachelors in this nelghlior
od. He has a fine two-story logcubin
and a beautiful view of Mount Hood.
"If the bachelor girls could see him sit
ting in his cabin door of an evening gaz
ing across at the twinkling lights in the
Mount Hood settlement, or watch him
make hot biscuits and fry bacon by the
light of a dun lantern, I am sure" re
marked one of the Mount Hope citizens,
"they would be moved to pity and very
likely one or more would take advan
tage of the leap year privilege."
B. F. Fuller returned
Miss Maud Fuller saw a bear one day
last week while attending tbe weir
dams above the old post otllce.
Charley Thornton and family moved
Tom Newton soldlfour squashes that
weighed 120 pounds. They were raised
Mrs. Delia Tubbs returned home Rut
urdav from Hood River.
Engineer Oliver's surveying crew is
still in Chenowitb. It looks as if there
would be some work done soon
Mrs. Cal Lusk waa home visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coulter, recently.
J. M. I -en & and 0. H. Rhoads went
ont and got a "bar" last week.
W. A. Offleld has begun setting bis
bear trans. Anyone wTsulnir bear oil
or meat can leave their measure for
same at his tent.
W. S. Gribble and wife went to The
Dalles last week and returned home
J. W. Offield of the Snake River
country was in this city last week, vis
iting his brother, W. A. Offleld.
Most all the loggers are getting ready
to so to work In the woods aa soon as
the ramns start UD.
W. H. Durke Is going to work this
week hauling logs for the Mount Hood
W. H. Rodenhiser arrived home last
Saturday. He went to Sherman conn
ty to work during the threshing sea
O. B. Welch and family moved to
town last Saturday. We are all sorry
to lose Mr. and Mrs. Welch from our
Hackett are ditch walkers no .more.
But as long as Charlie can get plenty of
bear meat he need not be very anxious
for a job.
W. L. Clark, government engineer in
charge of the locks here, has completed
a fine piece of work graveling the road,
and making a All at the boat binding.
Heretofore it was impossible to make
use of the boat landing in the winter
months. Abe Foley of Hood River has
been here working on the road with his
team for the laxt six weeks.
The long-looked for and prayed-for
rain has come, but too late to do much
Times are rather dull here since the
Wind River sawmill shut down. The
mill will be running as soon as the rains
raise the streams sufficiently to float
Scott Roorman and his son Eben were
here today. They appeared to lie hunt
ing for gold. The people of Cascade
Locks wihIi them success.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Farringtmi
have moved here from Hutler, Waal'.,
and are occupying the Collins' hou- '
Mr. Farrington has his team with h,,i
and expects to do some hauling.
Andrew Treviree, the saloon mat .
has been confined in a Portland bo.
pital for some time.
Mr. anil Jttr. rrmia waters iou mo
steamer Monday for Portland.
It is noticed that the Spencer keeps
in the lead. The Railey (latzert bas
concluded the Spencer is fast enough
for her. and In the opinion of many
here, if Captain Spencer had another
boat he could make It interesting lor
the Regulator line.
We are liiivliiir plenty of rain. It Is
evidently trying to inuke up for lost
We are having our usual run or good
health, which is bad for ut. Dutro. He
thinks this county is most too healthful
a place fr him.
A few of our folks who went to the
Hood River fair have returned. They
say it whs a siinceas. 4
Mr Holland wife took the fast boat,
tbe George W. Simons, I bat left here at
7 a. in., exoecttnir to urrive at Hood
River between U and iu, tune in me
town, see the show and come home
the same day, Friday. They got there
between 1 und 2 p. ui. They have con
cluded to travel by rail after this. They
gave a good account or the lair as rar as
they saw it.
Quite a few men have left sln-e the
mill shut he w n. Annul them are Mr.
Matoon and Mr.Mutbew who huve gone
to Wind River.
We are sorry to hear of Mr. Zimmer
man's trouble with Frank Davendort.
Zimmerman is well known and well
thouuht of In this place. He must have
been wronged In some way or he would
not have done as be did. for he bas
alwas been considered a genial, Inoflen
Andrew Trevlssa bas returned from
tbe hospital in Portland.
The Jans haven't taken Port Arthur
yet, but the Woodmen took Hood River
In an Iowa paper under the head of
"Curiosities," note was made of roses
In October. What would our eastern
friends think if they were in Hood River
A daily paper tally another for Hood
Mrs. William Eby is on the sick list.
Davenport Bros, lost a fine big horse,
Sunday by colic.
Ed Underwood was exhibiting some
fine samples of the McCuy creek gold on
the streets Thursday.
Suv. vou fellows that are always kick
ins at the Ken Davis nnnle. iust itodown
to the pavilion and look at the Mosier
exhibit, and when you want to ship
apples over the ocean, its Ken DaviB
too, and don't forget that either.
We went all through the pavilion
yesterday, and all we saw from Frank
ton was Tom Calkins and M. R. Noble.
Don't know whether they were on exln
bition or not.
Frank Davenport is going into the
eoat buslneas at Frankton. He is
building a large shed to house them in
Mr. Merrill is now at homo having
moved again this week
Mies Idell Wood worth is again iu her
usual place in the Frankton high school
after her trip to Portland last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kby, who live
south of Frankton, lust their little ene
week-old baby girl, Thursday evening,
It was buried at the Frankton cemetery
yesterday. They have the sincere syni
pathy of their many friends, in this,
their first loss in the beginning of their
Miss Maude Noble came up from the
Locks on the 8:30 train last uight. She
will take in the fruit fair and visit over
Sunday at home.
While we were looking at tbe fine
an I winter Is drawing nlgb.
seeders are preparing lor it.
Duke's Valley is unfortunate in not
having a large apple crop to gather.
Several of the people from here went
to see the fruit fair, and It was so fine
that they had an orchard. J. A. Knox
was tits' only one from here that bad
apples on exhibition.
Mrs. Kessell was on the sick list last
week. Dr. Massey was called, and she
was able to get out to church Sunday.
Several of the Dukes Valley people
attended the box supper at Odell last
Saturday evening, and report a nice
Mecsrs. Thomsen and Hansen of The
Dalles were in our valley last Sunday.
Mr. Thoinsen owns a tract nf land here
lliHtauy one might well feel proud of.
Our literary was good last Friday
evening, but our crowd was not ho
large as usual. Next Friday we will
have a debate on "Resolved, That the
local iipMon lould be adopted in
Hood Hiver." This is a question of
importnnif to every voter in Hood
River Miirt wo have some able speakers
on ti th shies. If till the voters will
come "lit .mil listen In our debute you
I l-now which wav to vote on this
question ut our next election.
Our school Is still progressing nicely,
but not With Gilbert Eriglngtoti as
teacher, as slated in the Ulm'ier. ().
A. Massey is our teacher yet, and aa be
is giving good satisfaction 1 think he
will teach this term out.
David Salsberry has returned from
Portland, where be has spent the sum
mer, and Is living on his homestead
south of I be valley.
The Free Methodists held their quar
terly meeting ut tbe Dukes Valley
school house last Sunday, and they
had a lively time. They had the old
fashioned religion, or that Is what they
called it, and 1 guess it ws. They
had an able speaker. There was quite
a stirring up of dry Ismes, and we all
went home feeling It was good to have
been there. We only regret that there
was not a full hotiHe to have received
the blessings, for God must have been
with them. We ull like to be present
at a time like this, and would be glad
if they could be wltb us again.
Do you like your thin, rough,
short hair? Of course you
don't. Do you like thick,
heavy, smooth hair? Of
course you do. Then why
not be pleased ? Ayer'a Hair
Vigor makes beautiful heads
of hair, that's the whole
story. Sold for 60 years.
' I hST imS Ayert Hitr Visor for a long
nnis. it is. iimim4. a wonasriui usir ionic,
rmlorlm bMltta to th hair and Klip, and, at
tU mw Uttie, provlpg splendid dnwtinc ."
1ATUM, juiui.i, ura
ii.oe ft bottt.
Wait! Wait! Wait!
display in the big pavilion Friday
we met a gentleman iroui ine uanes
who said be bad lived in Wasco county
80 years, and bail heard lots about
II nod River's big red apples, and the
other biit thiius that we raise down
here, but be bad always doubted it, but
sam seeing was ueueving.
A Mr. Henton from Raima", linn
rented the Robert Rand house, at the
crossing of Phelps creek and still they
The Frankton exhibit is very con
spicuous by us absence.
Till Youngs smiling fiut is again
seen on our streets.
Miss Carrie Hverlec Is looking better.
She is wearing glasses.
ltemle Phelps, accompanied by bis
sister, went up to his claim near Mono
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Mr. and Mrs. Wright have moved
their tent to R. H. Martin's, where
they have employment in the orchard
and packing nouse.
Charlie Reed and Joe Henget caught
another bear on Wednesday, making the
second one tney nave irappeu wituin
the last two weeks.
Mrs. W. C. Martin is still quite uiv
Rev. Clark will preach at Crapper on
next Sunday afternoon.
Rev. W. A. Elkins, pastor ot the
'Christian church, will preach at Crap
per the fourth Sunday of tbe present
month in the afternoon.
The irriiratina companies have shu
ff the most of the water from the!
ditches and Charlie Reed and Henry
Mood lost Wednesday and returned
1 tin rail ay
Tbe Belmont Epwortb League will
iflve a dime social at the home of Rob
ert Jones next rrmay evening, a pro
gram will be rendered and refreshments
rveii. t'.vervi'ouy come aim urin
Mrs. Laura Baldwin of Hood Hive
accompanied by Mrs. T. li. Frolin o
Ueliuout, mauea iripio.Mrs. tsuiuwiu
Died Thursday evening, the Infant
child of Mr. and Mrs, Sam Eby, aged
one week. Interment in l'rauktou
Miss Idell Woodworth returned from
Portland lust week.
K. P. Harris of Vancouver was th
guest of A. I. Phelps and family last
C. D. N'lckelsen cine up from tbe
valley last Wednesday to atteud tbe
fiilr. and play in the band.
Don't forget the dime social
C. 1). Niekelsen left Monday night
lor Portland to loin Mrs. Niekelsen
and together they left that night
their new home in the East.
Our little valley Is once more clear of
smoke and the rain and cool nights
niate one think that summer la gone
White Salmon, Wash., Oct. 13. Last
Wednesday evening there was a social
p In iiauterbacli s hall in Honor ot
liiurd Hamilton of Trout Lake. When
ever By comes to Wiiite Halmon there is
always a dance or he won't go home
J. B. Clyde and family have gone to
Uoble, Lire , to spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, of Trout
Luke, are visiting Mrs. Moore's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. f. f.gan
Miss Minnie Wyers is visiting friends
Captain II. C. Cook sold last week
to Paul Paulson, 10 acres in Cook's ad'
dition, consideration $10 . per acre.
Walter Freeland and Miss Tillie An
dersou were married last Thursday at
Carson, Wash. Saturday they arrived
in White Salmon where they expect to
take their home. Mr. freeland is
White Salmon boy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
IS. w. freeland. Mrs. freeland s notne
was at Carson.
Miss Anna Hart, of Los Angeles, Cal
who has been here visiting her brother.
Clvde Hart, expects to leave1 soon for an
extended visit to her parents, who live
Miss Belle Walford, who is teaching
school at Nansene, Ore:, came home
Saturday morning and returned Mon
luv. Mello lias only neen in ine sage
brush country a month but is homesick
Rhad Thomas left Saturday morning
for ft. Wrangle, Alaska, where he ex.
pects to go into the drug business.
Tom Price, of Husum, killed two big
ears the first of the week, and he was
i ml enough to divide with tils White
C. J. Bancroft has quit the meat busi
ness and put in a stock of groceries. He
said he couldn't keep any meat on hand
because he sold it as fast as it was killed
so ho is trying to keep a stock that will
remain on Ins Bhelves.
Ouy Chapman is building a residence
on Jewett avenue.
James Fanning has sold his stock of
ry goods and will go to Eastern Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fanning have been in
White Salmon since spring and will be
missed by their many friends.
C. M. Wolfard & Co. have moved
their drug store from the Jewett build
ing on Jewett avenue into their store.
Ed Dreske went over to Hood River
on Wednesday of this week. He used
to wait until Saturday niglit, but we
understand that he won't have to go
there every week now. We congratu
late you Mr. Dreske.
Peter Schmidt and C. A. Pearson, of
Trout Lake were in town Wednesday on
While Salmon is a busy town this
full while the homesteaders are hauling
provisions for the winter.
Mrs. Child, of Gilmer, was in town
lust week on her way to Portland for a
W. J. Frost, vice-president of the
Menominee UiuiIht Co., passed through
White Salmon yesterday. The com
pany expects to begin logging on the
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li one nniiiiuii iiver ue.t nwn,
J. W. Lauterhach's new hotel is near-
mg completion. Mr. l.iiuteroauli lias
mil k force of men at work on the build
ing all summer, and been to a great ex-
iieue. He deserves a good trade and
will no doubt be favored. Mr. Luuter
bach expects to have the house ready
fur guests in May.
F. E. Brasilia made bis first delivery
of trees for the fall season from the
Columbia nursery Saturday. Eight
large hales went to Tbe Dalles by ooat.
Hal her than ship canned fruit by
rail down to Hood River for the winter,
II. C. Butebum made the trip overluud
from Mosier with 12 dozen quarts of
fruit put up at their Mosier farm tuts
By actual count there are 25 new
tiiiildings either Just Hnlxld or In
course of construction in Mosier town-
site, and several more just east, near
the box factory. Verily tbe sound of
the hummer Is beard in the land, just
like any other suburb of Hood Kiver.
Quite a numlier of people from Mosier
went to the station Saturday, expecting
to lake No I down to the fair, but it
being so late some took tbe little boat,
others walked, while others waited for
the train and missed tbe concert.
Mrs. H. C. Batehum came down from
Mosier Monday, and began moving
Into their new house lust west of tbe
Rv some mistake Lee Evans three
and issued the usual certificate. f3
Many were surprised a short time
ago to learn that Mosier had shipped
Hood River a car load of wood. Indi
ratlona urn that before long there will
be a good market in Hood River for
firewood from this side of the ridge.
Mrs. Ben Eben is selling off her
things preparatory to moving to Tbe
The flat topped or slack packed boxes
at tbe fair got no prizes. The "bulge
pack" Is what takes tlie eye or ooin
buyer and awarding committees.
Borne new exnibttors seemea to oe
unaware of what constitutes a plate of
apples. For exhibition purposest live
specimens, all perfect no worms,
fungus or loss or stems constitutes a
plate. For passing around before com
pany tnree or lloou nivers size are
usually considered sufficient for each
in picking appies. as booh ns you
find perfect sjiecimens dropping it is
time to begin to pick although many
kinds need two pickings. Jiena tne
apple backward from the way it hangs,
and thus avoid puiliog on me siem,
which in some varieties is a serious
loss. Notice bow often, where two
apples touch each other that they are
botn wormy, ana resoive next year io
thin your fruit more than you ever
did before, not only to spite the worms
but to e ve size to your truitana insure
a crop everv vear.
It seems to lake a goon many cosuy
lessons to show some folks that it pays
to spray, but most apple men are now
convinced of it. There are also a good
many men, probably from the east,
who seem to believe that summer cul
tlvation Is Injurious to the trees, but a
few more dry years like the present
will disabuse them or that notion
the apple buyer comes around and
savs: "I don't want your apples at
any price. They are too small.'
Another matter on which many are
now changing their opinion is the Idea
that any.variety that is now in bearing
is flood enousb to keep. The man
with a dozen or twenty varieties Is
lookinir around to get somebody to
help him too Kraft so as to reduce his
number of vaiielies to five or six, and
in some cases even to two. In about
two years after the average man has
become run vl need on these'fourpolnts
spraying, . cultivating, thinning and
too ural'tlne. his receipts will begin to
overbalance his expeuses.
Den buy your Fall and Winter MILLHnSRY
Until you see our line of
French Patterns and Novelties
at our New Store.
Miss ILiven, of The Dalles, will be with us at the Grand Opening Of
our New Store, with a complete line of
ToHahaH finrl Ti-JitiitipH Patterns
UilVl VU UI1W M. A mmmw m. - w
The finest line of MILLINERY ever shown in the City.
Na r -3 cisa o e '"SS3 f c:::;:::,::ii. J cu lacy
HOOD RIVER PLUMBING COMPANY
WOICKA & HEMMEN, Proprietors.
Sanitary Plumbing' and Tinning'
AGENTS FOR THE ROYAL FURNACE
umps, Windmills, Pipe, Fittings, Everything in Plumbing and Tinning Line
C. D. Moore and C. F. Waldo of
White Salmon were visitors iu our
neighborhood last week.
Home of Miss Dollie Johnson's friends
gave her a farewell party last Thursday
evenlnir. All enloved themselves ut
dancinir and games. Miss Johnson
leaves for The Dalles Tuesday.
The Fritz case was decided by giving
her all the improved hunt, the children
and the cattle.
The Artisan social held Saturday
October 15, at F. M. Ooate's was quite a
success. It was also Mr. and Airs,
Coate's wooden wedding anniversary
J. Peterson's children are slowly re
covering from their sickness.
Mr. Miller and two Ilouser brothers
of Plnua. Ohio, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. R. Bvrkett. They aie now roam
iug the woods in the hope of finding
deer or a bear.
H. F. Allen of Ooldendiile is visiting
his sister, Mrs. W. E. Miller.
Mrs. Blue Is vlsitinir friends in th
Abe Ames came through from th
McCoy creek mines bringing flue sped
mens of dust and valuable gold nug
W. B. Cole has bis buekkin ponies
broken and will soon be ruling In
more limey rig than our blacksmith
Miss Jones, the trained nurse, has
returned home to Cunip lookout, alter
mi abxence of four weeks, which lime
was spent at the home of F. A. Cram
Mr. Woodworth, the rnd supervisor.
Is at work with u force of men and
teams llxiliu tin the Jericho road. Mr,
Woodworth is quite a road builder.
Jop Huinfleet with his faintly, will
leave on Miniiln v for the Ilidiuo lerrl
Lurv. travaliim via the Northern Pacific
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Mm. israviuro at ivoumuiu i"ic, um
some very fine white Plymouth Iloek
chickens for sale. She says tney are
The correspondent with his wife
visited the fruit fair on Friday. We
think it is just grand, and shows that
Hood Kiver vslley cannot be praised
too much. It is surely like the garden
of Eden very good and much to be
Barrett district raises line apples and
grapes and we are sure It raises tbe
finest sunflowers. Mrs. B. F. Shoe
maker, exhibited one that measured 17
Inches. This beats all records so fur as
Apple picking and packing is tbe
chief work in this district. In fact
they are so busy they do not have time
to make butter, and gathering eggs is
out of the question Just now.
George Camp is home again after an
absence of smue weeks iu Hheriuan
county. George says be always takes
cold when lie lays off from work a
little while. Well get some of Dr.
Coolie's cough remedy. It will fix you
J. E. RAND, Prop.
FALL & WINTER UNDERWEAR
AT R. B. BRAGG & CO.'S
Infants' Cotton Fleeced Underwear from 20c up.
Infants' Wool Vests at 35c up.
Children's Union Suits, 35c up, as well as 2-piece Suits at 25c per
garment and up.
Ladies' Union Suits at 65c per suit and up.
Ladies' Union Suits, Wool, button down front, at $1.00, $1.25,
$1.50 and $2.25.
Ladies' 2-piece Suits in Cotton and Wool.
Men's All-Wool Suits at 90c per garment and up.
Men's All-Wool Union Suits.
Ladies' Outing Flannel N ight Gowns.
Men's Outing Outing Flannel Night Shirts.
' COME TO US FOR ALL KINDS OF
Dry Goods and Groceries
K R R
Li oy iy
No 2 yv
ragg & Co. j
Insomnia And Indigestion Cured.
(iTjmt ver T huil a vi.rv severe attack
lioxesofbig apples were not shipped 0f indiirestion. I could not sleep at
from Mosier depot. They ought to
have gone to 8t. Louis will) the rest of
the Mosier exhibit to belp advertise
R. H. Weber Was down from Tbe
Palles Octotier 4 to inspect the n timer v
stock at the Columbia nursery, True 'O ' Tullamore. Ontario, Canada,
Name nursery and Hood Kiver uurweiy j at Williams' Pharmacy.
night ami suttered most excruciating
fains for three hours after each meal,
was troubled ibis way for about three
months when 1 used t'hainlierlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets, and receiv
ed immediate relief" says John Pixoa,
JVor further particulars regarding the SMITH GRUBBING MACHINES, call
on or write .
THE DALLES, OREGON.
MRS. MATT I K JENSON
Hood Kiver, Or.
Sanitarium, liattle Creek, Mich.
Phone 3SS Main.
Timber Land, Act June S,IS;S.J
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
DepHrtment of the Interior, I-and Office at
The Dalles, Oregon, Sept. SU, 1H04. Notice In
hereby nwea that the rulluwlux-urinea set
tler lius tiled nolle of his Intention to make
HiiHl priHif In support of his clsiiu, and that
said proof will be mode be lore the Keglsler
mid lleeelver at the land olflce in The Dalles,
orexon.oa the lTtli day ol .November, 1HU,
CHARLKS E. DAVIDSON
of Mosier, Oregon, on homestead entry No.
i.l.'l. for the lots 1 and 2 of sertlmi i, ton dahlp
1 north, ranire 11 east ol Willamette Meridian,
and IheKSol 'WeSKHof arrtlon . , town
shlt liorin, raiiKe 11 b., W. M.
He uemra the lollowlug witnesses to prove
Ins continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion ol said land, vn: Mamiiel b r inner Peter
HenneiiKsen, W. . Husbands and W, C
Weidner, all of Mosier, Oregon.
ovnlO MICHAEL?. NOL.AN, Register.
Boots And Shoes.
Ilhaveanew Hueot Mens' iaid Hoy's Boots
and Hhoes. Oome and examine them.
JoHN CO WLKm. shoe shop,
oct 11 South of post olflce.
Laddors that are Safe to Climb
You don't need the whole family to hold our Ladders
while you hang on to, the tree.
NORTON & SMITH