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THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1906.
Milliliter Slicpfrd, who was sent east
to investigate market conditions (or the
Hood Kiver Fruit Growers' union, te.Hi
of liis trip in another column. It is an
interesting story, and the knowledge be
lias gained at. the expense of the grower?
HhouM return to them ten-fold in in
creased prices for their berries and
"Go out and go to work," remarked
Senator Fulton in his splendid address
to the graduates of the public school
Monday night. With the world before
them thexe men and women will And
boundleHS opportunities in the yet un
developed northwest, and if they take
the sound advice of the senator there
need be no failures among them.
That Hood Kiver is up and coming
was proven again when last week her
citizens inside of four days pledged
120,000 to secure a woolen mill. The
Hood River spirit is not an empty name.
At the Development league meeting we
had the largest delegation there, Tort
land not excepted, and not a man rose
to speak hut mentioned Hood River be
fore he nit down. One man from the
valley town where this woolen mill is
to come from said they had no Hood
River spirit down his way, and he was
glad of it. He possibly is, but there
are others not of his way of thinking,
and it is notable that the papers through
out the state point to Hood River and
say that other local i ties can do what we
have done if they will only try. It is
well that they should try, yet with the
best apple and berry land In the state,
the people here can keep at the head of
the procession of progress in the North
west by staying with the winning Howl
River spirit. It has done much for us
in the past and will bo the succes
our town and valley in the years
LIBERAL TO MISSIONS
Hpecial to the Glacier.
Jol.leniliile, Wash., May 3. -Gol
deudttlu against the world for the
uouerocity of its citizens. A collection
was taken at the Methodist church Khh
tur Sunday for general mission work,
and the princely sum of f-lio was raie
J. C. Machines of White Salmon I
tuniiiT resident of Goluendale, was re
newing old aquaintancva last Sunday, he
is now engaged in the real estate bui
ness at White Salmon.
United States Marshal, G. H. Baker,
Deputy R. D. McClllly and George
Raker left Spokane, to assume their res
Kctive duties at that place, as Court
will be in session there this Meek and
next. it. D. McCully will make Spok
ane his home for the present at least.
While we do not like to loBe our best
citi.ens, our loss is their gain. Mar
shall Baker will not move from here, as
he can handle the business from here as
well as from Spokane,
Work lias begun on the Ilrooka and
At the last sesssion, the Commission
ers decided to build a room in the north
east corner of the court house, for the
recorder and also for the commissioners
room. Carpenters are at work tearing
out the stairway and putting the parti
tioiiB in place.
MOSER MAN PLANTS
Spec, ltd Correspondence.
Mosier, Or., May !1 A. 1 liateham
is giving the orchard, formerly owned
uy l.. l.Hinb, a thorough, going over
having had Mr. McPauicIs grafting It
into Snltxeiiberg and Newtowns. lie
hits Just completed the planting of
about f)U-acres or apple trees.
On Sunday, Miss Jennie Splawn of
Hood Kiver visited lier sister, .Miss lone
Splawn, who tenches In District 8.
Will and Gordon Graham spent Hun
day In Mosier.
Miss Anna Phillips and Miss Nellie
Hosteller of the The Dalles visited Mlm
Anna's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Phillips over Saturday and Sunday.
Marshal Kd Woods of The Dalles,
8ieut Sunday in Mosier, visiting his
Miss Ruth Klghy of Hood River,
sMnt several days last week visiting
IIMIss Zoo . and Alice Gunning and
Miss Katherine Davenport of The
Dulles spent Saturday and Sunday al
the home of Mis. Davenport.
Mr. Hardy of The Dalles, spent Sun
day in Mosier trout Halting.
The Misses Mhldleswarts gave a dan
cing parly Saturday evening, which
was thoroughly enjoyed by those who
delight "to trip the light fantastic toe."
George Chamberlain contemplates
pulling his mill in operutiou by the
llrnt ol the month.
K'linu't Phillips of Portland, after
spenting several weeks In Mosiorvlaitlng
lier lirolher, v. .1. runups, returned
home Sunday. Mrs. C. J. Phillips ac
!e Hooter was tendered a pleasant
surprise party Saturday evening in
honor of Ins twenty ('!) birthday.
Mrs. Tabor of The Dalles, delivered
two interesting sermons on Sunday to
an appreciative audience.
Miss Nora Root has gone to Portland
where slie was called liy lr. Glsend
doffer to accept an ociiiug for trained
(ieorge Kvans has appropriated some
of his spare time advantageously in
clearing up land in which he contem
plates settling out fruit trees.
R. K. Ilardwlck who has boon on the
sick list foi some time is convalescing.
Mr. Walker, who has boon tilling Mr.
Giberl's place while the latter was on a
month's sojourn on his ranch on Pine
Mat, hits gone toN'Httle,
Then In a HiflVrrnce.
The dilU'rciioe lietweeii Kennedy's
Laxative Honey und Tar ami all other
cough syrups is that It move the
bowels, thiiH expelling a cold from the
system. This relaxes the uerve-tiasues
and by its healing effect on the throat
a id lungs the eolith is relieved cured
entirely. Kennedy's Is the original
Laxative Honey anil lur anu contains
noopiaUw. Good alike for young or
old. Tastes good. Sold at V illiams'
AT THE DALLES
Special to the Glacier.
The Dalles, tr., May it v line resid
ing arrest early this morning in the
White House saloon, Iran k hummers,
local bartender, shot and perhaps
fatally wounded Nighlwatchmaii
Crate. Summers, it seems, had been
on an all-night drunk. Crate had taken
him home and seen that he was put t
bed, but Summers returned and per
persisted in disturbing the quiet of tiie
morning. As Crate entered tneBaioon,
the drunken man rained his revolver
and fired point blank at the , Ulcer
Crate sought to protect himself with a
raised chair, hut the nuilet kok eneci
iustover the heart. Summers was at
once placed in the county Jail. He ill
be given a hearing in conn mm nnci
noon If he become sober by that time.
Crate lies In the hospital, with chunect.
for recovery very slim. He is a man
nearly 50 years old, and has been night
watch for years.
MOVE TOlETASIDE '
LOCAL OPTION LAW
A complaint has been filed in the
Wasco circuit court by C. E. Haywood,
which ia in the nature of a writ of re
view of the proceedings of the county
judge, commissioners, sheriff and clerk,
preliminary to the election held last June
on the question of prohibiting the sale
of intoxicating liquors in Wasco county
and In certain procincH in sain couniy.
The complaint ends with the prayer
that the court set aside, annul ami
quash and hold for naught the proceed
ing ol said county court uci. w, n".
and Dec. 7, 1!04.
OF PUBLIC SCHOOL
Rah I Rah I Rah I TiKr, Hint, Boom!
Sth rde, 10th itraile, (five u room I
Out of the way; we are alive;
We are the claiw of 1WI&I
Parents of the graduates and friends of
the school completely tilled every men
of available space inside the opera house
Monday niglit to listen to graduating
exercises of the Hood River public
schools. Many others were turned
away disappointed because they could
not gain admission.
No more successful graduation has
been conducted in this city. Everywhere
have there been heard compliments on
the splendid Bticcess of the evening's en
tertainment, and partiularly the address
ofHenatorC. W. Fulton, whose talk to
the graduates was replete with sound
advice, which was apprecioted by all
who heard him.
Raymond F.arly, but 12 years of age,
who delivered Ilia salularory for the
irraniniur irrade uraduates. did his part
splendidly. The little fellow appeared
perfectly at ease lietoro ttie audience.
Unfit a J. KelsBy, the bright young
woman who was valedictorian for the
high school, acquitted herself with un
usual BiiccesB for one of her years.
The senator spoke highly of the efforts
of both these students, and paid a high
compliment to those teachers who have
had charge of the Hood River schools
the past year. That Principal Wiley
and liia able assistants well deserve the
pleasing compliment appears to be the
opinion of every patron and friend of the
II nod River public schools.
Rev. J. 8. RhoadB of the United
Ilrethern church delivered the invoca
tion, and was followed by a beautifully
rendered baratone solo bv Murray Kay
.1. Q. Nickelsen and Rev. D. V. Poling of
The Dalles, who also rendered solos,
were warmly received.
County Superintendent J. T. Neff pre
sented the diplomas to the high school
graduates, and W. J. Maker, chairman
of the Ixiard of directors gave the gram
mar grade graduates theirdiplomas.
The platform was banked with beauti
ful cultlowers and palms, while over
head uita the rluHM motto: "Onlv the
Darkness Itrings out the Stars." Large
American Hags tilled up the hack ground
of the Btage. The whole effect was very
pretty. The only regret of many in the
audience waa the seating of t he members
of the board and other dignitaries so as
to obscure a view ol the pretty dresses
and sweet laces ottlicgirl graduates, and
handsome young men.
The chiHH colon were everyw here in
evidence eighth grade: link and
green; High School: (Hive and Cardinal.
I he ushers were Ilia Hood, I oni l ough
Stella Parsons, l.oita llershncr, llertha
High School graduates
Harold Ilershner, Inora J. Kelnay, Kliiatwth
M. Evans, (trace France IVather, Nettie K.
l'euith. Kdythe Lucile (tipple, Chnrleii Shute,
PloraiH'e N. Buchanan, Pearl Kstelle Bradley,
John Hlwond Luckey. Ferdinand Struck, Mair
Harry Rood. Nellie E. Shay. Fay F. Gilmn.
Newton Morria, Avin M. Buchanan, liny Kanterly,
Mable Hayward. William A. KviiiHer, Blanche
Howe. Willie Baker. Allierta Jackson, l.tieile Kolt-
anla. Kleanor Cue, l.ina Ncwlon, Viola Musiker,
F.laie (iabnel. Karl W. Onlhank, I it-rney tieyer.
Georgia A. Prather. ljinKlcy SO'nhcnn. Key-
mund B. Early, r.mma Miller, r lorence Smith. Irl
Blaair. Grace Soule. Martha Struck, Hurry 1..
Caah, Charlea N. h'vana.
Hot Weather Tiles.
Parsons Htllictcd with illicit should lie
careful at this seiisoii of the year. Hot
weather and had drinking w ater con
tribute to the conditions which make
piles more painful and dangerous.
IteWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo stops the
pain, draws out the soreness and cures,
tiet the genuine, bearinu: the name of
K. C. DcWitt & Co. Sold at (i. II.
J. W. Crane and A. K. YstiKiiinieii o(
l'ortlnnd are in the city looking after
some tinilier interests Mr. Crane hits in
the upper valley. Mr. VanKiniiieii is
connected with the Pacific Coast Itimnit
Company at Portland.
When e'er you feel Impending ill,
And need a magic little pill,
No other one will till the bill
Like DeWitt's Little Karly Misers.
The famous little pills Karly Itisers
euro constipation, sick headache, lill
iousness, etc. They never gripe or
sicken, hut impart early rising energy
Good for children or adults. Sold at
ti. K. Williams' drug store.
Judge J. J. Hirshheimer,
Indian War Husincs:
Pensions under old and new law, wife's
half pension, fathers' and mothers' pen
sions; dependent relatives, minor and
helpless children pensions; Spanish war
and Philippine insurrections. '2). lics
toration to pension roll ; charges of de
sertion correction ; bounties, commuta
tion of rations made; claims against (3)
the United States prosecuted ; consulta
tion free every fourth Saturday at Hood
Kiver. Postothce addres",
223 Washington St., Portland, Ore.
One Price to
Men's Til n Shoes only
Men's Tun Slioes, Bhicher cut, Extra quality,
Men's Tnn Oxfords, "American Gentleman"...
I5o,vh Tun Oxfords
Infants Tan Slioes, Green Top
Men's I51ueand Ecru Underwear, per jrannent
Men's I'ink Underwear, medium weight, per garment
Men's I'lnck Underwear, Summer weight, per garment
Men's P.liick Mixed Underwear, Summer weight, per garment.
Boy's Knee I'ants
Men's Blue and White
Juniper to Match
Ladies' Wash Silk Waists $2.25
Ladies' Waist, Mercerized wait
ings only 1.2")
Ladies' Waist, Light Color, fig
ured. Two dollars 1.00
Waists 40c. and up
An e emboli of 111 it) people will aceoin
tinny 1 1 " ll.illes basrliall nine to Hood
S'iikI.iv morning to witness the
eonle-t Sund'.iy afternoon at I'oliiinhia
Park, whin lie.! local nine has hopes of
anoi he uelory.
The in-' promise to h" one of the
heft i'u t pl:ied on the. local diamond.
;. Siillcr ; Take a Shutout.
Tin 1 i-.il- were unable to properly
bunch ill. -it runs, ah hoii'.'h Tamp Os
horn sent II ot the visitor, t.') the bench
the Schillers proved the heller team
and hut out lbmil Uiwr last Sunday
with a score of seven.
A niinihcr nf the new men failed to
eomn up to expectations, and in fact the
whole team showed luck of piactice,
yet the fans were nivcn 11 P""' game
anil the rooters maintained their sup
port, of the locals until the last man
went dow u ami out.
The defeat will do the Imys no harm,
in fact it should stimulate them to
harder work in the future. There was
good battery work on both sides, ami
some particularly good slick work by the
visitors, although many ot their best
halters could not land on Osborn. s
born was not in the best of form, having
received a severe full from a hor.-e but a
few days ago, yet ht jilid some splendid
TO LECTURE HERE
Kdyth Tonier Wciitherred will be, in
Hood' Kiver, Monday evening, May K,
w hen she will giv an entertainment at
the opera house, part of the proceeds of
w hich w ill go to I he school.
Tint chief feature of the entertain
ment is n series of beautiful stereopti
coti views, giving oii a trip through
the great St. Louis world's fair. There
are also Lewis and Clark Imposition
Carl llallock liohinson will sing
"(iood-l'.ve Little J irl, (iooil-Hye'"
and "Itencath the Shade of the Old Ap
ple Tree." The songs are illustrated.
The newspapers ami prominent edu
cators speak highly of the entertain
ment. Admission I . and L'.V.
At the least calculation June Hi will
be the earliest date on which the hang
ing can lake place, and .luly Hi the lat
est. NORMAN WILLIAMS
WILL BE HANGED
The Orciinn supreme court handed
down a decision hisl l-'ri.hiy decreeing
that Noruuin Williams shall hang
for the murder of the Neshet wo
men. Williams when notified of
the court's decision against him, took
the news very calmly, an. I reports from
The Halles siate I hat he w histlcs ill his
cell, unmindful of the mMul late that
au aits him.
The law allows the defense twenty
days in which to present application for
a rehearing in the supreme court. If
none is presented anuunhite will be
sent down allinnitivi the decision of
the low cr com t, judgment will tie en
tercred on the nuui.lale and a new date
set bv Judge liruilshaw for the execu
tion, w hich cannot holes-than 'M days
inn-more than iil days alter the man
is reo ied
Most of the patent medicine te-ti-iiioiu.iN
are pr.ihahly genuine. The
following notice ivoeuiiy appeared in
the Atchison i Kan lib he: "Joe Tack,
a well known I'lijiiurr, iiinnini; on
the Missouri I'.iciiic between Wichita
and Kiow a. Intel) appeared in a big one
wda a piitine and when he was in
this otllce today, we asked him nlxitil
it. He says he bad ten die pains in his
stomach ami thoiihl be had cancer.
His druggist recommended Kodol and
lie suys u euiod linn. He r commend
ed it to others w ho weie also cured."
Kodol l')siopsia I'uie digests What
you cat ami cures all stomach tumbles.
Sold at Williams' Pharmacy.
While a bilious nttact is decidedly
unpleasant it is quickly over when
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets a''e used. For sale at Williams
We want to handle vour straw her-
ies and other liioiluee, for we arc in1
position to jret you the best prices.
rite us. A. K .On US ,V C(l.. I
A Large Line of Hammocks.
Ladies' Summer Suits.
Ladies' White Silk Suits $2.25
Ladies' Shepard I'laid Suits. 2.75
Ladies' Solid Color, Mohair
Suits r 7.00
Ladies' Faney Mixed Mohair
COME JUST TO LOOK.
A Creeping Death,
lilood poison creeps up towards the
heart, causing death. J. K. Slearns,
lielle Plaiiic, Minn., writes that a friend
dreadfully injured his hand, which
swelled up like bloml poisoning, liiiek
len's Arnica Salve drew out the poison,
healed the wound, and saved his life.
IW'st in the world for bonis mid sores.
25c at C. N. Clarke's drug store.
The. Woman's llelief Corps held a
dinner and tea at Mrs. J. II. (Jills' last
Thursday, April 27th, which was largely
attended. The proceeds placed ill the
relief fund were $14,110, The ladies of
the corps wish to thank the public for
their kind patronage, and hope all will
Cleanse your system of all Impurities
this month. Now is the time to take
llollister's Itoeky Mountain Tea. It
will keep you wellallslimmer. .'!") cents
Tenor Tablets at ('has. N. Clarke's
North Carolina expected this year to
move over $L',i)l)il,OlHI worth of strawber
ries, but the itmn'th no doubt has now
been curtnilc'k on account of this late
frost, says the Kansas City Packer.
Don't let Hie clu ihlren suffer. If
they are fretful, peevish nntl cross, give
them llollister's lioeky Mountain Tea.
The best hnhy tonic known. Strength
and health follow Its use. 35 cents ut
("has. N. Clarke's drug store.
At the Churches.
Unitarian Itev. O. .1. Nelson, pastor.
Services Sunday. Sunday school at 10
o'clock ; sermon at II. Subject: "Creat
ive I ntluence of 0ir Thoughts."
Cniou Rev. Troy Shelby will preach
at 1 1 o'clock.
Lutheran Services w ill ho held again
next Sunday, May 7. Sunday school ut
2p in. ; regular services w ith German
preaching at 3 p. m. II. J. Kolb,
Riverritle Congregational W, C. (iil
inore, pastor; Sabbath school at 10 a.
in. ; worship and preaching at 11, sub
ject, "The Sabbath Day a Hay of Iiless
ing." Christian L'ndeavor will meet at
7 p. in.; evening worship at 8 with a
meditation, "Out of Pain."
Valley Christian Owing to repairs to
the building no services Sunday.
W. A. Kikins, pastor.
wTc.'T. I'. Xotlce.
The regular meeting oPthe Womaiis
Clirisiian Temperance union will he
held every two w.ieks on Tuesday after
noon at 3 o'clock. Place of meeting
will be announced from time to time
through the paper and in the churches.
Next meeting is May 10.
Latest Ice Cream Novelty.
Will Sheets who has opened a Hazlc
wood agency in his neat parlors east of
Cram's store on Oak street, iB showing
the latest novelties in ice cream an ice
cream wallle. This may appear para
doxical, but investigation will prove-its
daintyness. The wallle is a line cookey
shaped us a cornucopia, which when
tilled witli ice cream can lie eaten in the
These ice cream wnllles sold like hot
In Hood Kiver Valley needs
not too p;oo(I lor linn. I am prepared to supply
all your needs in
Plows, Harrows, Cultivators,
! In fact till tools that are needed on every well enninned
farm. For orchard tools California Sr. Kijiht Lap Cuta-
I way h is no superior. I lie
I Ohio Reversable Extension Head Disc
i is the only one on the market that is worthy of the name,
Acme Harrow is too well known to need a description.
Osborne Combination Spring
a competitor. II you need a rood
WAGON OR BUGGY
I can supply you. For clearinr your land you need powder
1 have just received a carload and have it stored in a mag
azine here, and can supply you cheaper than you can get
it front Portland.
Land Plaster, Flour and Feed
in any quantity and at tht riji -
iiiihvi-h'., .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiini juHi
liarb Wiiv, lon Axes,
3rd and River Street.
$1.35 ,$1.65, 2.10
tsmales at the St. Louis fair. Mr.
Sheets has sold the first put on the
iiiarsei in uregon. iry one.
Now that all important question is
settled the next thing is the ring a fine
new line of engagement, and wedding
rings. Prices right. Ciarke the jeweler.
The following are those who success
fully passed the eighth grade, examina
tion in Pine (irove school: Ivy Clark,
liliinclie Harbison, Ada Mark, Viola
Miller, Walter Well-, Karl Newman,
Willie Clark, Kdgar Van Allen, Joe
Vaiinier. Those competing in the tenth
grade am Mabel Robinson, Marion
Sprout, eiio Miller and Charles Lsge.
WOOD FOR SALE.
I am prepared to furnish mill and slab
wood, aiso other kinds of wood.
I have a new steam wood saw and am
prepared to do sawing. Also do general
Don't Go Dr
Just because you sre
In a JDryJTown
tiet vi "i ( V'lint List) made out ready
for m "I'turd iv for everything you
need, sin-i, m
Flour, Fecit, Stock Food, Chick
Food, Russian Lice Killer, Blue
Vit;ol, Lime,-Cement, Salt.
Place your onb is will II. W. Wait and
get not only good goods at the right
price-', bin abo a
Remember I have 9 different Brand of
Flour, and am going to close out as
nearly as possiinc. (mods guaranteed
H. W. WAIT.
FRUITS AND CHOICE
S. L. Young
Phono. Main ;".".
to use uood tools, the best is
Tooth Harrows are without
ht pruvs. Tull line of staple
r isitiiij lacKie a sjuriaitv.
X-('ut Saws, Shovels, Spades
Hood River, Ore.
In the circuit court of the State of Oregon for
O. W. LONG, Plaintiff,
TUCKER POWER COMPANY, Defendant.
Kv vliiueofa ludement and order of nale
rendered In the almve entitled court und cause
on ttie 15th day of Februsry, lti5, amended
and corrected by a JtidKment made and en
tered In Mild court und cuiise April 1!, 110,
In fnvor of the plaintiff and xifuinfci the de
fendunt. for the mini of nineteen hundred
eight and M0u dollars i'j0k.Ji Willi interest
tin reon al emit per cent, tier iinnum ironi
Hepteinber I, luiri, and the mini oftwo hundred
dollnrH, and the furl her sum of live hundred
Ihlrly-nveand WI-1U) dollars (SM5X0) wllh in
terest thereon at elifht per cent, per annum
iroin iieeemoer in, iwiii, ana lor ine luruier
mim of seventeen ttnd MMUO dollars costs and
disbursements, and of an execution duly is
sued out of said Court In the said cause on
the 24th day of April, HKi'i, conininndlnK me
to make mile of the following described rea I
property, l turned In the County of Wasco,
Slate of Oregon, to-wlt:
Heglnnlnic at an Iron bar four hundred (1IK1)
feet west of the Houtheast comer of the North
went quarter (ti) nf the southeast Quarter i'.i
ofsectlon tHteeu (IS) In township two (21 north
of range ten (10) east of Willamette meridian:
Thence North 49 Kast two hundred sixty-six
ana nve-ienina I'.tilUj) leet to un Iron nnr;
thence North 71 Ksst one hundred and seven-tv-aeven
(1771 feet to in Iron hnr thence North
East one hundred ami four (Kill feet to an
iron dm r: thence Nonh 70 East six hundred
and neventy five and flve temha (H7.V5) feet to
M lit IP of nick In Hood Kiver: thence South
811s Weal five hundred and ninety (Midi feet to
a point in n(Ka Kiver at west side ol l ouiiiy
Hrldgeand North nineteen (lit) feet from rock
bluff on south side ot Hood Kiver; thence
North Hi" west one hundred and elRhtv-nue
(1SI) feet to an oak tree; thence South ill" tV. st
five hundred A(K)) feet to sn Iron bur; I hence
H'.ulh :tii Weal Hve hundred and tlfty three
i:i feet to an Iron bar; thence East two
hundred and tweniv-four (-"21) feet to p ace of
beKlnnlnic Keaervlns- to the Kiantor, H. K.
'I nciter, the rlitlit for himself, hu heirs and
assigns, to use water from the flumes to run
water ram to supply water for domestic und
And the following described real property
situated In Wasm county, Oregon, to wit:
Hi'glnnlng on the east bank of old Tucker
Mill IHU:h on the line between the northwest
Pi) fourth and the southwest (',) fourth of the
Houtheast nuurter of section tlfteen I Ifn, town
shin two (21 north, range ten (111 ) enslofllu
Wlllamette Meridian, running sixty nkji t- et
east U) ft slake; tlx nee nliout twenty ( Jill
degrees west ol south 2t2 feet to a pine t ret
on the north bank of cminlv mad; lliencc
wit: said road about eleven' lumilie.l ami
forty-tlve (I14S) feet to where said road enwscs
the West Hue of said soulliwcM loui ili of
southeaat i Hurler aforesiitd, to a st ikc o
lower aide of road bearing about slxtv-IiveinVi
leet from the bank of Hood Kiver t-oulaliiliig
2,1-10 acres more or less.
I will, on the 27th dav of Slav, llior., ut ten
o'clock a. m. at the front door of the county
court house, In Unites City, Wasco county,
Oregon, sell at public auction (siihrci to re
demption) to tlie Wheat bidder torcHsliin
hand, ail Die right, tille and interest which
the within named defendent had In itud to
said land herein first described, or auv purl
thereof, on ttie Utti dav of November, I'.m'l. und
all the right, title and Interest w hich Hie
within named delendnnt had In und to said
IbuU herein lust itcscribcrt, or unv pint there -
fir 4 in I II a Hrii flu ir t f I liui.nn I lui I
of, on the Hrd day of December, Ili4, the date
aaid pnrcelanflnnd werereapeidlvnlv attnclied
In siiltl cause, mid all Hie rixlit. title und in
tereat which said delendnnt Imd In und to
said tract ot land herein first described, or
any purl thereof, since suit! !ll n dav of Novem
ber, I'.Hit, and in ami to said triict of laud
herein Inst dcscrUs-d, or nnv purl ilu-ie it,
since Haiti :trd day of December, mil, t... -:iti-fv
wild execution and ludijenient order, iue'ie-l,
costs and accruing emus.
V. C. sl-'XTi in
Sheriff of Wasco count v, ( ireon.
listed this , 1 1 1 day of vpril, l!i 6. '
First Issue Apri I il, wtc,
Lust issue Mnv '.'-"i. Ifrtl.'i.
Hi-inch body pine $1.50 per rick deliv
ered. Hi-inch body oak $1.75 per l ick deliv
ered. 4 foot pole pine or lir$t.OO pcrcord
4-foot pole oak $1.75 per cord delivered.
ThorouKhbred Lanjrshang ejrifs for hutching, at
$1.50 per netting-. Albert ljirson, Reuben, Or.
. . w
Thoroughbred Buff Orpington Chickens; 10 hens
and one rooster. Price Sli), Inquire of A. J.
Haynea, Underwood, Wash. m2")
Fresh cow; price 40. Inquire of J. II. Groves,
R. F. D. No. 1. mio
One Kewanee Air Pressure tank. Can be used
for Bpray .pump or lawn sprinkler. Inquire of
Mra. L. W. Marcellua, Phone 77(. nii.")
Buff Orpins ton eggs for hatch it
ting of hi.
75c per ;,e -
Huff Orpington and Buff Leghorna. Oniinglora
11; Leghorns 75c per hatching of in. Mia. Am a
Anderson, Phone 1276,
Three-burner blue flame stove, with oven, alt i
perfect condition. Inquire Mrs. C. H. Hone, ml .
Ijuly's Rambler, coaster brake Ibicycle. I'ric c
K. Mra. C. A. 'Pucker. ncK
Oood cow; will he fresh sotm.
Flrsl-clasa stereopllcon and woviuv pictui.
inuchlnc, at lesa than one-third cost, lii-uiii
H. H. Hall, It. F. D. No' 'J, mi)
A bright bay horse, fi years old; tine action, I
brokin to ride or drive double, or sliujlc; m '
,1 .... nc r-i. ii, OlIC O (MUSIC!, SO II I t M'tOI 1
Ill ten nl i.iii'n' nn I, a u.,.,,, W....1, u......
iieur liariiu s'chisil. K. Ilinyioid. nil '
HiMid drlvlnif inar-: brown coior;
I1SII; price right. I rank Parker.
(iood stK'ond-liioid ctsik stove; copper rcse
voir; set of double harness and baby's cnidl
Al drat house out of jiwn on stale road. A (
Karly aunrlse need potatoes at SI.J6 a sack
or l'j a iiound. John Koliuric, Phone .mi. mt
The Davidson Fruit mm pan v is prepare,;
In deliver all styles of strawberry crate,. I
Their exiarlence with tire miikes them anx ,
Ions for their customers to haul crates awuv
aa early as possible. m l
Homestead relinquishment in the Mourn
HiKid district. Address V. o. Box ao,', llouii
Kiver, Or. lnm
A second-blind bicvclc. irood )K TIU' fill' u-i In I
by MAK KING, K. K. U. No. nils
A tent for Rale, Hza 12x14, wall :tV.. iroo.t ns
new. Trice $H at ieo. P. Crowell'H store
I.. K . KINO.
Uy the owner, one corner lot on Hood liivi-r
HeiRhtha. Fine place for tent in Summer; f,,r
nale cheap. Call on or address Mrs, L. W. M.ir
cellut. I'hone 775, mj,
8 acrea one and a half miles from town of Iln.nl
Kiver. Nearly all under cultivation. ;!' acres n
berries. Owner must sell. Address Uox 2M,
Portland, Or. ni-f)
20 acres, half planted to 'alfalfa: also six neres
uncleared: in Eawt Side apple belt. Inquire of V.
Wincheil. K. t. U. No. 1. m2o
N)nor'8at Chenowlth: house, hum. wii..i.
sheil and cellar; 14 acres in cmiIi i vi itn:sprm4
water; mostly lenced Price U. T. Mni,
HimxI Hiverj Or. m 1
10, 20 anil :W acre of land: five-sixth cl im .1
clover and apple trees; Kast side. L. Sillii-
Tweedy on Ihe heiKhls. IinrKlu for jlliiii. ui.;
Kor Hle, my furni. 4' inlles fro n town i
mile from itchmtl house hih! church. coiisitm -
of t ill acret; ,10 hitch miprovetl, 4lln o; v .-imi j
lwo-yeirold Spitenbei-g :iuil Yellow New. j
town tipple treet, ;) trees old nrchiinl; A acre.
In clover, S ncre wheiti. Will sll in whole or
in part. h Jerome Wells
Goods delivered dailv. Look
out for the
L. 0. HAWN,
One door East of I'rallier's ollice.
Six room cottage, furnished, for ifllOO
or unfurnished for 1000. Kwern' place
on the hill.
For Sale or Kent, 5 acres purt'y im
proved, at Kninlitoii.
For Sale at Mount Hood, the Ilclmer
store building ami 5 acres, $l.'i)ilil.
a) acres at Mount Hood fur sale, run
ning M2 mi acre. On the county road
opposile liuldw in's.
Fine business lot on main street for
f I if it) on installment, or Sfl'M) cash.
5 acres strawberry land, 423 acres
cleared, L". acres in berries, '2 smoll cot
tages M miles out on West Side, f 1100;
$000 or more cash.
(i-j seres at Belmont, li acn s ill cul
tivation, cottage and outbuildings, 150
apple trees, 2 acres strawberries, lucres
alfalfa, $1:!U0; if7.'.0 or more cash.
New ti-roomed cottage, patent bath
n nil clone!, four lot-, li I docks from depot,
center of town, (21(H); terms reasonable.
Two lois centrally located, (550.
Two lots, new ti-roomed house, patent
iuilli and closet, :i blocks from depot,
center of town, $1700.
Two-story 8-rooined cottage, lot 70 by
14H, on the hill, (12011; terms reasonable.
I'orS.iK IKHIil acres pine timber; 1
saw mill, cuts 20,0' A) per day ; 1 planin(!
mill, capacity ;!II,HII0 feet per day; 1
s'o.e and stock of uiereliiuidise, about
fIVii 10; 1 hotel and contents; 1 saloon
building, rented ; !i houses, rented; 10
i i . i ' 1 lioisi'S and harness ;! road watt-in-,
l!S H; I lot'iiing truck; 5 pair
si, ij.'bs; IK' bead cattle; 5(1 head hoj-'s;
li'.ill livt lumber ; 200U cords wood. All
located ut and near llik'nrd, Or.
For Sale New two-story il-room
house; Strunahan addition ; Jl lOO; terms
I or Salo.-The I the it I Store property
on the hill. Pi ice, (:i,(KHI.
14 acres ucross the road from the M.
M. Davenport residence, flit) per acre.
A 10 acre tract, un improved, sonio
1 fu.B irriiraliii'' water, H miles from Bar-
. . . '
rett school house, 1,100.
! 1 lam, a bouse and lot, $2,000.
i'"or Salt The Henderson ranch, for-
I mcrly ouiied by .1. Iv. (iitlliuan; tiOacre.
I 9 1 cleared; orchard; strawberries;
clover and tinmiby ; well iirieuted ;liii'i;i'
''-.iori ni.'.n.-inu, newbiuu; all fenced.
1 1 rice !('o,0'iil. llnaik runs tlirouirli ranch.
1 I'lasy terms ; telephone; rural delivery.
i l-'onr niiies from 1 1 aid Kiver.
i Kor Sali Tb" i loiiahuc block on the
i hill. I mprott -I and fenced. Kino resi
dence, hum and otitliuililili(.'-. if-t-MI'l.
Will sell the Si'.'j for ifiion, the M-:'4
; for $701). or Ihe Wj, for f I.")! HI. Oi.e
third ca-h, bal ince time at H per cent.
The Hunt ph.ee l;t mile southwest of
1 1 1 1 1 . House, barn, mostly in struwber
t!"s and other fruits. Price, $I4")0.
One j;oat rancli on mountain east
! of valley on county road. Price $l,f0ll;
' has siiui!! house, ruining water, and is
; fenced. I ei nis, i iev.
I l-'oi Sale -l!e:ii:!liul lots in Park addi
1 center of town, from :'.m to
C :!L'0 acres of timber iand at the falls
"V Hood 1,'iver, hel(ih;iiiir' to (ieortic K.
I'orsyin ; iou in ret- o,,(ni null laniltfinun.
S 1 1 .0 acres a! While Salmon; tine
timber land ; $1(1 an acre.
!l. The ii-acre iiace in Cr.iiH.er neith-
borliootl, known as the Kt isbaw place;
all unproved - new I1111I1I111..H, etc.
I'ive acres at l iankton; cottage and
iicte and a half in cultivation. Creek
and water i.oncr ; I .tiiiii.
lit i ii ;
ii cl: o, W'aitcoina ml-
more cash, i . . ; ' ; 1 1 : ,
Small lii'tc-.' and
a veai-; two vacant
, S per cent
hill to rent, $'JI
with privilege of
purchti-c a ve.ir (,.r the two
borSalt l-'tui r-ti 1 1 ! i s interest in the
M. O. Wheelel- H.tl at-es near Hood
For Sah --Pesl.l. nee on State street at
head of Front; $L',.".0!l, including li lots.
For Sale or Feli:inie for Hood 1,'iver
pioperiv line n'siilenee in business
i en' or i f Siimptor.
b-ni'v to loan.
Ten acres itnproved, on While Sal
mon riter; $11)011.
-I a. at l'"t.tnl;ton ; inipiMved; $L,'-00.
First-class Surveying Outfit.
At the Fmporiiim are kept 2 first-class.
mill .solar attachments, and the
or, it practical surveyor, is tire
; proprietor, a practical
- - -- j pared to do the work of hiving out acre
reisiii .j,v propettv in lots and blocks, and do
i"! ..ii i.:...f . . :.. . i . t....... . -
j 111 an itucis ol sill vet lll! mill piuuiun.
From and after this date, April I), llltllj,
I the rales will be as follows; $10 a day;
I Lot corners established for $5 a lot;
two contiguous for one owner, the
; '.'.me price.
i w house, f rooms and hath. Call on Dr. Dum
Nice IVi.:ti room liiiiiislii'd, suitable for two
h mrd ii desired. Mrs. 11. A, Coyle, phone 7!'i.
'or sihTiitMn live, ami Seri'emiiH' road ml
FnniWied lion .okceplnir rtionin, with hot
una etil.l ua;er und u.-e t hath. .Mrs. M..I.
nl tin sunimer resmt huildintr mi
t'ftrm !'r ;t iitimher ol' eurs to rt
!'irt: Mix tn't) o'ehiifds of cli'dce
!mi ten iit-t - s...H 11 ti Whenl mui S.i it
r. Hi:.' !- ;i el.iMi.-e J'.tr sonic live
ior out- .
item t it
fly. , l
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dot h not
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fi it. -id up
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'',.' I:i! I !;. -t ,1 l,;r h. n s,-. v,-10 t -.tl iM,u,i,ts.
";(' 1; I'll. 11. KN.iWl.KS. I'.lllliMs' lilione.
l'kir lady's k-niy trioyi s anil l,.f at lnjs i5i.e.
Hay For Sale.
't'lri.OtilV. O : I .1 1 1'O 1111 I'luV,... nt K.rn 1 t
lliiin.-lis." ' ' ,;,
: Oliver. Sic: mixed. : at ttie ntiieli on Wil
low tint. Wo! it, li v . r tf Uesired. Mount
1 Hood phone. N. v. Hi ink. nil
Heal Estate Mortgages
: I 'itu prci'.m-d to huv iroo.i purcliHM' nionev
tiiori;.,... .,11 iiiiy ,,f rr il esliite. It K.
Nohic, 1 .'in. I'.ik., l'ortlnnd. nr. mil
Minorcas & Orpingtons
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