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imm-'l werv I l.ursday b?
AH1HIK D. MOB, Publlsbsr.
farms of iubicrlpion-10 a Tsei waea felt
THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1906.
To the voters of Wasco oounty :
I wish to annoiioe myself as candi
date for renomination for the office of
County Commlsaionnr at the primar
ea to be held April 20th, 1900.
H. J. HJBBARD,
To the Citizens of Wasco county :
I wish to announce myself as a can-
.......!.,nlnn mi tlm h'pnnhli.
can ticket for Commissioner of Wasco
county at the primary election w t
held April L'Ulli, and if nominated
and later elected, I pledge, myself to ful
fill the duties of the ofllcu to the best of
inv ability and integrity. Yours sin
cerely UJk CASTNER.
To the Republicans of Wasco county:
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for nomination upon the Republi
can ticket for Sheriff of Wasco county,
subject to the votes cast at the primary
election to bo held April 20th, l'JUtf.
If nominated and elected, I promise
to (uliill the the duties of the office to
best of my abilities by being courteous
to all and giving the ollico the game
careful attention that 1 would if it was
my personal businees.
LEVI CHRISM AN.
Hood River, Ore., Jan. 10, 1900
I wish to announce through the col
umns of your paper that I shall be a
candidate at the primary election to lie
held in April of tnis year for the repub
lican nomination fur representative in
the legislature from Wasco county.
If I should receive the nomination
and be elected I shall, to the utmost of
my ability, serve the interests of Wasco
county, and especially the interests of
the western portion of the county and
Hood River Valley. A. A. JAYNE.
To the Voters of Wasco County ;
I hereby announce my candidacy at
the primary election to be held In this
state on April 20, 1!MW, for the Itepubli.
can nomination of Representative in
the Legislature from Wasco County.
J. F. HENDRICK.
To the voters of Wasco county :
I hereby announce my candidacy at
the primary election to be held in this
etate on April 20th, 1900, for the Dem
ocrat let nomination of County Com
missiotter of Wusco county, Bubject to
the voters of Wasco county.
CHARLES L. COPI'LE.
The Dalles, Ore., March 13, 1900.
To the Republicans of Wasco county :
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for re-nomination to the office of
sheriff of Wasco county, subject to the
republican votes to be cast at the pri
maries on April 20. If 1 should secure
re-nomination and be re-eloctad to I he
office, 1 promise to dfueharge the duties
Imtliiully, honestly ana economically.
My incuinliency of the office for the
past two terms nas given me a know-
edge of the Unties wliicn can db learnea
only bv experience, and which will be ex
ercised, in case of my re-nomiuation and
re-election, to thu bt at Interests of my
constituents of ail political parties In
this county. The manner in which
taxes have been collected, and other du
ties of theoflice performed during my in
cumbency, challenges comparison with
any one who 1ms occupied the position
heretofore. I desire the nomination
from the republicans of Wasco county,
not of any particular faction, believing
that my experience bus particularly fit
ted me for the oflice, and which can
only bo acquired by a practical knowl
edge of the duties.
F. C. SEXTON.
Notice is hereby given that the regis
tration liooks in my office will close for
the primary election on the 10th day of
April at 3 p. m. In order to vote it
will bo necessary to register ami give
your party alliihutions. All those not
registered and wishing to vote will be
compelled to swear in their votes, and
nroeure six freeholders as witnesses.
Kindly register a once and avoid the
trouble of swearing in your votes, ueg'
istration ollicers are provided through
out the county for your convenience.
Representatives Who Will Represent,
If tho voters of Wasco oouuty realize
the Importance of having represents
ties in the legislature who will repre
sent, they will not fritter away their
votes on various candidates but will
concentrate thoir efforts on the proper
meu and elect them.
There has never beeu a time In it
history when it was more necessary
for it to be ably represented in the
legislative department of the state gov
ernment than now. During the next
two years, matters pretuining to the
well being of the county will be de
veloped Unit will make it of vital ne
cessity that we huvo representatives
who will do their utmost towards
bringing thtwo matters to a successful
To accomplish this much desired
result, men must be elected who are
in close touch with their constituents
and who have pledged themselves to
abide by tho will of the majority and
not to oney the dictates of one man
or a political faction. Petty prejudice
and inilviiliml preference should lie set
nsidu aud a unanimity of effort made
to elect candidates who have piomised
to support the provisions ot the pri
mary law. The unity of purpose
which has characterized the citieus
of Hood Kivel city and valley and
has won for them fame at home and
abroad is now on tiial. That inde
pendence which seems to be part of
the environment of every Hood River
man can best find expiesiou in vot
ing for representatives who are iu ac
cord with the wishes of the majoiity
aud who have the courage to eo au
Why throw away your vote in an
abortive oifort to electa candidate
w ho can not be elected or vote for one
who, if he is elected, will oley the
crack of the bosses' whip aud stultify (
the object of the primary law? The
wedra that may open a new political
future for the state of Oregon has
been placed in the hand of 1U citi
zens. It is for them to drive it homo
and burst asunder the chalna that
have kept them bound to the tall end
of the chariot of one-man rule. Are
the small differences of localities and
the personal apleen of individual
worthy of consideration where the
result aimed at hi the "greatest good
to the greatest number?"
Are men who represent the dictates
of an lnditvidual and who have no
other obect in view than that of self
interest, and who refuse to comply
with requirments of the primary law
entitled to the consideration of think
ing, intelligent voters. The interests
of Wasco oouuty demand that it shall
elect representatives who will repre
sent the people and its needs and not
the exigencies of whatever polite al ne
oessly may Brise to keep them and
their cohorts la power.
The opportunity to select candidates
who will best represent the iutereste
of Wasco county is close at hand and
the candidates have declared them
selves. The announcement by A. A.
Jayne that he would support the peo
ple's choice for united (States (Senator
has been ably seconded by Edward F.
Sharp, who in his announcement says,
"I s an i for the people's choice for
United States Senator, if elected."
Edward F. Sharp, who has tiu
nounced himself as a candidate for
representative from this district. Is a
well known resident of The Dalits,
where he is In business as a survey oi
and civil engineer. Mr. Sharp was al
one time county surveyor and Is a son
of P. T. Sharp, who was a prominent
citizen of Wasco oounty and widely
known. Ho is a man whose integrity is
too well known to call for comment
and is held In the highest esteem by all
who know him. If be is elected he
will represent the oounty with credit
Some voters are laboring under a
misapprehension in regard to the
election of United States Senators un
der the primary law. The election on
April 20, will simply nominate candi
dates for this otlloe to be voted on at
the June election. The Democrat se
ouring the most votes and the Repub
lican securing the most votes at the
primary election will be considered
the candidates for election and the
other candidates will be forced to
withdraw according to the spirit of
the law. The June election will there
fore determine who the candidate t aie
who will be voted for. by the legisla
ture and there will not, as some sup
pose, be several Republican candidates
iu the field.
C. A. Johns as a Repbulican candi
date for governor is a man who can
be voted for with the assurance that
he will give a oleau, business like ad
ministration. Mr. Johns is a man of
few words aud honest purpose. In
the eastern part of the state where be
is best known, no man is held in
higher regard than he. His career
has been an honorable one and his
ability for the office Is unquestioned
If elected he will be governor and not
a ooterle of politicians. His platform
is straightforward and stauds for the
Interests of the people first, last aud
all the time as is evidenced by bis
statement that "rich and poor alike,
shall receive oourteoua treatment."
Process For Killing Stumps.
Colonel Ueorge O. Edwards of the
University of California has experi
mented with dilfereut processes for
destroying stumps. In a personal let
ter to II. T. Kellogg of Portland, Ore
gun. he thus describes the method :
"The process is this: Bore boles
iu the stump so that the leading roots
shall be affected by the mixture;
make the boles a loot or so in depth,
Make a mixture of four parts water
to one of sulphurlo add. Fill the boles
s oouple of times and wheu the mix
ture has all disappeared till the holes
with keroseue oil aud after a few days
set tire. The sulphuric acid is to
kill the stump and tthe oil to help
the burning. A considerable amount
of care is required iu mixing the acid
and tho water. It had better be done
In some earthen or porcelain vessel,
The add should be poured mighty
slowly into the water aud a constant
stirring be kept up. if a little sul
phurlo acid should spatter In your
face it would leave its mark, aud if it
should bit the eye it might be serious.
If the acid be put into the wood too
strong it would simply char a place
right arouud itseir and stay there.
What is wanted Is that it shall pene
trate the fibre oi the wood as far as
possible, so as to thoroughly kill the
Notice to Stockholder.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Hood River Apple
Growers' Union will be held at Artl
saus Hall, Hood River, Oregon, con
vening at It) o olooK, a. m., Saturday,
April 7, 1900, for the election of a
board of directors for the ensuing
year and also to determine whothei
the number of directors shall be in
creased aud foi the tiausactlon of
such other business as may be deemed
expedient. O. D. Woodworth,
C. II. Sproat,
Advertised Letter List.
For week eudlng March 20, 190G:
Miss Mable Eudicatt. Mrs. Ollte
Jackson, Mrs. Mary Mabrlgb, Mrs. M.
Handera, Mrs. Wagle ttawyer, 11.
Jalmar Carlson, EL 0. Cougbeunower,
W. D. Cox, 2, J. M. Conklin, Peter
Hansen, 2, Vest Lowrey, F. L. Thom
as. W. M. Yates, P. M.
Nine Purchasers for Hood River Farms
l!y listing your property with me you
will secure a quick sale, luese pur
chasers are personal friends and want
to miy. V rite, giving lull description,
to J. Adrain Eppiug, 2d and Morrison
streets, Portland, Ore. m28
Will sell seven room house with
eight lots for 11,800. Also another
house witb seven rooms aud lot for
il.OOO. Ibis otfer will not be made
again. U, Rand. 3
The Paris Fait1
HOOD RIVER'S LARGEST AND BEST STORE
Ladies' and Children's
Just opened up and in the very dantiest of styles, trimmed in the latest fashion
and marvels of beauty. Do not fail to see them
i inrr,W i..ev 2nmt
WILLIS S. DUNIWAY
CANDIDATE FOR STATE PRINTER
At Republican Primary, April 20, liMKJ
f hf.n.hv tilnriirft the neon'e of Oregon s
ureal reduction of the enormous cost of the
office, If elected, and 1 decline Uxn my honor
ii.nt I shall seek, neither to perpetuate old
abuses of the office nor engage In new schemes
to loot the treasury. w mis n. iMimwur.
"Willis H. Duiilway Is a man of ste Unit In
tegrlty and thorough knowledge nf the pilnU
lUg DUSIUeSS. roluullu i.buwi l icon.
STATES HIS POSITION
IN COUNTY AFFAIRS
For the infoimatlon of a number
who have asked pertiuent questions in
regard to A. A. Jayne's positiou on
mutters aifeotius the Interests ot the
various sections in the county the
(ilaoier man interviewed tbe Hood
River candidate for the nomination of
representative lecently. Wheu told
that some of his constituents would
like to know if be still considered that
Mosler would form part of the pro
posed new county Mr. Jayne said:
"Since the residents of the Mosier
district held a public meeting aud tbe
majority of those preseut voted against
oouuty division, they have decided
the matter and their wishes must be
respected. There was no iuteutiou or
desire ou the part of any one as f r as
I kuow to persuade or ooerce the
Mosier people to come iuto the new
oouuty if it is created. The only ef
fort made was one to present the econ
omical benefits that would accure to
them. If the new oouuty is now creat
ed the Hue must necessarily be placed
some where between Hood liiver aud
Wbeu asked If he would support the
bill to Jextend the portage road into
The Dalles if elected be replied :
"Yes, 1 will mpport the bill. I did
so at tbe last session ot The legislatuie
although 1 was never consulted about
it. Wheu It came to a vote I voted
for it and will do so again. 1 consider
that it Is a bene It to tbe oounty gen
erally aud for that reason is a good
measure. Statements that I worked
against the bill are without founda
tion and have only beeu made to mis
lead those who do not kuow the truth
In the matter. You may say for me
that in the event of niv election I will
suppoit tbe measure if it is again
I V. . I. ... .k li.Miud "
uniiiif iiii uiuum luo uuum
Thn creation of the new oounty has
raised tne question as 10 wnai juuiu
lal district it would lie iu. Ou this
point Mr. Jayne said:
"The new couutv would undoubt
edly remain in the seventh judicial
district. 1 have heard statements
that it would be to its interests to be
come associated with Multnomah
county, but 1 do not share in these
views. Hie legal interests 01 me
various sections representing both the
oronosed new couutv aud the present
one are so closely identified that it
would be unwise to place them in any
other district. There are many inter
ests in common between Tbe Dalles
aud Hood Rivet that would not be
atlected by the creation of tbe new
oounty and this is one of them."
Will Succeed E. L. Smith.
P. T. Qmifh haa twf.ll aiinneAflA'l fiS
roaiMmit rt tho situta lioHnl of Horti
culture and commissioner at large by
W. K. Newell, or Dlliey, ure. dames
11, Iieid has been appointed to tbe
n,i.illnn nf kVili t ( 'mil m iuOHAT VaCat-
ed by Mr. NewelL Mr. Keld's head
quarters will be at Portlaud.
Wm. J. Clnrk. retniLlioan candidate
for State Printer, is a well known
practical printer. He is a son of that
old-time editor aud publisher, S. A.
Clark. He asks all old timers and
their sons and all others to vote for
him primary day, April 20th. His
name is the first on the list of print
Standard garden seeds at Mcdonald's. ,
-'A c ' ;!
Children's Shade Hats for
Children's Dress Hats, in all shapes,
Ladies' Street Hats for - - -Ladies'
Dress Hats, latest shapes and
trimming, from -'
We have not space to lell you all about them,
- t assortment of trimmed hats in the city.
Ladies Washable Suits wv have jt opened up a shipment of
about 10J Washable Suits for ladies. Scarcely any in si ike. These suits are
made up in the latest of fachion, and the material is of the verv choicest in
white and colors. Ladies' Suits for $2.00, $2.25. $2.50, 93. OO,
93.50 and p to 25.00. By far the prettiest line in the city to select from
LadieS' Shirt WaiStS in endless variety and styles from a Per
cale Waist, of good quality for only, 50c, to a beautiful Silk or Satin Waist
for from 92.75 to gtj.OO. - . .
Special for One Week. We are goin! to give you a rare chance
to set u-e a nice pair of kid glove for just one half the price you have heretdfore
paid Regular il.tlO kid gloves for onlv 50e ier pair, In bUck and tan only.
For ' m week, commencing Saturday, March 31, a whole table full of
Hob ; and Half Hose for ladies and gent, plain and fancy color", while they last
lor only Ten Cents a Pair.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON, Pres. J. H. FURUUSOS,
Altorney-at-Law and Notary Public Vice President and Manager.
J. M. 8CHMELTZEH, Sec.-Treas.
..Hood River Land..
Heal Estate, Loans, Insurance, Abstracts,
Collections, Conveyancing and Surveying
W1 are prepared in a special manner to handle all
kinda of business in any of the above lines and have
ft large list of improved lands and city property
from which to uiiike your selection for a fruit ranch,
fi stock farm or a home in t he-city.
With an Extensive Correspondence
V.' are able to handle your prop
erty advantageously and will be
pleased to have you list same with us
The president of the company is the city engineer,
and is prepared to do surveying and civil engineer
ing work of all kinds. Abstracts furnished and
opinions given on property titles.
Collections a Specialty. Phone Main 141.
WHITE SALMON VALLEY BANK
NOW OPEN FOR GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Carleton Lewis, Pres. C. M. Wolkard, Vice Pres.
J. A. Byrne, Cashier.
W. II. Moore, C. M.
Oar properties are located in the Columbia Valley betweer
Wallula and Pasco the lowest elevation of any irrigated lands ir
the State of Washington and are especially adapted to raising d
falfa, vegetable, fruits of all kindj, berries, grapes and figs. They
produce the earliest berries and vegetables in the Northwest. These
properties are now abundantly watered and lands with pcrp tual
water rights are on sale at reasonable prices and liberal terms t
induce eariy settlers.
The new town of Attalia lies in the center of this mot
fertile district and is at the junction of three railroads, the N. P.,
the Washington & Columbia River, and the 0. R. & N. Besides
these unexcelled railroad shipping facilities, the Columbia River,
lies at our door. Attalia is most beautifully situated and splendid
business opportunities are offered. . .
The Company will soli choice lots at very low prices to per
sons who will erect homes and business houses in this thrivir
coming town. - -
For detailed particulars and descriptive literature address
THE COLUMBIA CANAL COMPANY
DEPT. A. 609-510 MARION BLDG. SEATTLE, WASH
100, 150 and 250
250, 500 and up
700 up to $2.75
Come anil see for yourself. The
Wolfard, A. H. fewett,
J. A. Byrne
For Bl-riaHIw Grubber. See Howard
or It. F. Bboemaker.
For Bale-'Good Mrawberrjr plant of A- W.
For Bile-A flmt clu Unmml rnge, H.
For Hale Delivery wagon with cover
Price 115. Laundry, Hood blver. m28ob
Kor Bale-Set of iprlng-tooth barrowa. Will
trade for eet of common barrowa. Addrrta
K. W. Caldwell. - -
For Hale BufT Orplngtona and Bud Leg
horns very flno; egga pr aetttng, Orplngtona,
11.00-, Legborna, 76c Mrs. Anna Anderemi,
Hood River. Phone 1276.
Tor Bale A good farm team of horses,
weigh tllOOIba.. Too llgbt lor longing. Can
.. K,w.,r. AiiAAn AnnTirtA ophhiii Lumber
Co., either at Hood River or Dee. mnBtf
For Rale-40 ton wheat bay. Enquire of
L. 8. Rhoadea.
For Hale-Garden plants, about Mayl, at
River bide Farm. Tboa.Calk.lua. a!2
For Hale Fancy egga for batching. Hlngle
comb, Brown Leghorn and Barred Plymouth
Horka. Pen beaded by a bird that won a
prise at Lewis and Clark Fair. Kgga ft per
setting. Mrs. E. J. Nicholson. Mb
iuimiw 1 K 11 ...... r '
prise winning Barred Plymouth Hocks. Mrs.
S i ii; . Dk..u iu Mil
V ! L' n L.i.l.ln. tmm nnM hrwl
For Bale-Young pigs and h ga, 11. W.
Pealer, K. F. D. No. 1. Phone I247x.
For Hale-Good, dry, oak wood, $4.60 per
cord, delivered. F. W. Angua.
For Hale The very best strain of Plymouth
Rock chickena. Ti.oae that have a record and
from slock which gave perfect satisfaction
last year. Egga and stock for sale. Place
your orders early. Mrs. Bray fold, Rockford
Btore. R.F. D.No.8.
For Hale-Pekln duck eggs, 76 cents far 11.
H. W. Pieler, R. F. D. No. f. Phone 1M7. m28
For Hale-Twenty tons of wheat bay. In
quire at tbe Pine Urove store, mat
For Hale Horses, young or old, from th.ee
to any age. Prloe 110 to 1100. Enquire of P.
F. Hbelley, East Bide. m28
For Hale-Two fresh belfeia; alas one 90-ton
stave alio, HO. J. H. Koberg. Phone DOl. mat
Will trade a two-year-old colt, broken to
ride, for cbickena. Phone litis. Farmers. u28
A snap Four room bouse, pantry and closet,
ot M)xl:i5. nice lawn and c.lv water. Price
t"M. moo down balanceon terms. Inquire of
noy i. ueao, nia
WAUNA V1HTA la nine miles from Hood
River on the north bunk of the Columbia
river, out of this beautiful place 1 am now
ottering two 20 acre tracts wltb orchards and
one 40-acre tract with bulldlnira. orchard. Held
and nssture. Uel on" at Hewitts Landing (one
mm., nl ll.a .l....... .. ...I I. ... ...... -.,..1 F
tact la Hood Klver la nine miles from Wauna
Vlala. T. R. COON,
nirJS Lyle, Wasb.
For Hale f76 ner acre. Twentv-four acres, a
few rods from the Barrett school bouse. In-
Sulre ol E. M. Camp, Hood River, ore., or D,
. Hill, Corvallls, Ore. Mlti
For Hale Two lota on Hbermans Avanue,
D. ii. Jackson.
For Hale Oood six-room house besides hath
pantry and closets, for WOO. Also other good
buys. Inquire of A. W. Onlhank.
For Hale A business lot on Btranahan ave
nue, f or purtioulara apply to I. D. Tweedy,
For aale Great Ba Train Ten acres ft miles
out; small orchard, best variety of trees; two
amaii nouses, rrice, t7ft, w,& aown. inquire
C. A. Dano. dl4tf
For Rent 4-room cottage In Blowers' addi
tion. Free water, k per month, Mrs. H. J.
Wanted A middle ae-ed man for fruit farm
five miles out. Hood wagea and a year'a Job.
van ai uiacier omoe. t
Wanted Good general purpose borse. C,
o. Diuiiii, noou iviver, ure. aix
Wanted A lllon aa Janitor or akln
care of uores or cows and miihII enrden. as
am not able' to do hard work. AUtln-ss P. O.
Hox m, flood liner. Ore. i.li
Wanted Woinun to do family wnhlni.
r.nquire oi ji is. Jiiyne. ni
Wanted-Two boarders hi "The Fira." Ap
ply a. w. unwit, puone 1-km. ingy
Wanted Parties to contract ending cord'
wooo. - is urtnara uo., noon river, ore,
R. F. D. 10. mat
Wanted Family washing to do. Will call
for and delivir the clothea. Address Mary
woman, iifHi'i uiver. mzv
Wanted I I rubber, bnts copper, lead,
zinc, hi e unil-lur. Call or address (i. C
tasteri'-, no..u Klver, rlt No.2. a25
Wauled Two boarde a at "The Firs,'
E. W. croas, phone 1 IW.
..r.. uiii mi u.i bciicihi uuuavworK.
Wages $20 per mouth. Must be 20 years old
VI., ... I : I -l .... i i. .
U --o . rtuui cn. rk. Jt .a,u U JUOIie 144
Wanted O d rubbers. I will be In Hnnri
River every Saturday Call on or address U.
i. uisieriy, uooa Klver; rids. ail
.. .. ..... . . .... n.uuiii i"ui i.nii wm-
wood about of a mile. Address O. L. Redisb,
llantariUU. A.m ' , ,. 1 1 ., r.. .. . 1
Wanted a work team. Weight not leas
man i.iuu ids. u. a. Ltttleoeld, K. F. D. No. 1,
Lost A blue al Ik umbrella with natural
wooa oaaaie. ji louua return to Mr, a. J
Lost A irold-flllwt watch, with leather watch
Kauri, on vet. imiii. Kinder pleaae return to
uiiBomoe. n. v. inornum.
vmu Hai v -o same appijai mm omoe.
30 Rr wardI otter a standing reward of $60
v lotion of the party or parties who mallctou-
w t,ui uunu u ma) in my omiiaru oeiween
j yvt uiuiitu iw yiiur KPare mo
mania XJ ak vr i wr- .
Wyeth Ore. mw
tliwin nttrA .. U T 1 1 1 . .
Organs, Machines etc., etc., cleaned and re
paired at your home. Prices very reasonable.
We wish to nnnnnnpp tn
the ladies of Hood Rive that
we will have a special line of
taster Millinery and
Summer hats on sale. Call
and see them. Apprentice
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
We can offer the following properties
for sale cheap for a short time onlys
Good residence property close to bo
Six lota and large residence on the
Two lota and fine two-atory reeideuce
with grand view.
Small residence on large lot, verv
Good residence property in the upper
Lot 50x150 and good B room house.
Good acreage property within city
Several nice little farms near town.
Good apple land for sale on reasonable
Onthank til Otten
Hood River Oregon
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United Htstes I -and Office, The Dalles, Ore.
Con, March 17, Hurt. Notice la hereby given
uat incompliance witb tbe provisions of me
A t of Congress of June I, 1H7K, entitled 'An
Act lor tbe sale of Timber Land In the Htaieaof
('iirnrnla.Oree'on. Nevada, and Waahlnaton
Territory," as extended to all the public lmd
states ny act oi Auguav . we, me luiiowing
named persona have on this day nledn tula
ottice their sworn statements, to-wlt:
JOHN A. KUMFOKD,
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, sworn statement mo. ut, tor tne pur
chase of the NKH HW, and Ixt S, section as,
township north, range east, and Lota and
S, section 4, township 1 north, range e.t,
or Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, sworn statement No. &f&, tor the pur
chase of the HH N W'4, NWik W and lot
4, section 33, townahlp t north, range iat,
That they will offer proofs to show that the
lend soaaht Is more valuable for the timber
or stone thereon than tor agricultural pur
poses, ana to esiaousQ vueir ciaima to ala
lands belore tbe Beglsterand Kecelver at the
Land Office In Tbe Dalles, Oregon, on May 6,
They name the following wltneaaes: J..hn
A. Knmlord. Patrick Hart, and Louis 11
Campbell, of Portland, Oregon ;C. L. Mi-rno
and William K. Hand, of Hood Klver,
Any and all persona claiming adversely any
of the above described landa are requested to
tile their claims in tuts onus on or before ihe
said With day of May, lMXt.'
m&-m31 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, The Dalles. Oregon.
March 10th 190.-Notica is hereby given that the
following named settler hss filed notice of his in
tention to make Anal proof in support of his e!aim
and that said proof will be made before the Keg-
later ana tceceiver at i na uanea, uregon on April
HENRY L. HOWE
of Hood River. Oregon, on H. E, No. 8740, for the
SENrSW'.NE, NWV.SE!4 and NE!SWI4
Sec. 8. Tp. 1. N., R 11. E., W. M
He names the following witnesses to prove his
eontinous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, via: John West, of Hood River, Oregon.
Emil D. West; of Hood River. Oregon. William H
Davis, of Hood River, Oregon. John W. Davir, of
Hood River, Oregon.
MICHAEL T.NOLAN, Register.
NOTICE FINAL SETTLEMENT.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STaTK
OF OREGON FOR WASCO COUNTY.
In the matter of tbe estate of Daves Divers,
Notice la hereby glvea that the undersigned
have du y filed their final account and n port
aa executora of tbe last will and eatmeol
Itavea Divers, deceased, lata of Hood River,
Waaco county, Oregon; wltb the clerk ol the
county court of Waaco county, Oregon, und
that the Judge ot said court baa fixed 8ntur
day, the 7th day of April, 190b1, at the hour of
1 o'clock p. m. of said day aa tbe time, and
the county court room at tbe Dalles City, in
Wasco oounty. Oregon, as tbe place for hear
ing said final report.
All partiea Interested In said estate are
hereby notified to appear at said time and
place and show cause, If any there be, why
aald report should not In all respects be al
lowed, ratified, approved and confirmed, and
the said executora discharged and their
bondsmen ex honors ted and released. Thai
said order of said court la dated March 2. lvui,
and is hereby published for four consecutive
weeks, the first Insertion In the Hood River
Glacier being on March g, 1U06, and the last ou
Dated at Hood River, Oregon, tbla 3rd day
of Marcb, ISMi. W. E. N EKF,
M. P. NEFF,
Tlmb-r Land, Act of Junes, 1878
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
United Slates Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, Jan. 23rd, lHOtt. Notice la hereby given
that In compliance with the provisions of the
act of Congreas of June S, 1878, entitled "An
act for the aale of timber landa In the states
of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washing
ton Territory," as extended to all tbe public
land states by aot ot August 4. lttttt,
of Ht Johns, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, haa thla day filed in this oflice his
sworn statement No. 2794. for the purchase of
the lots 3, 4, 7 and 8 of Section , Tp. 1 north,
range E., W. M.
That he will offer proofs to show that the
lands sought are more valuable for the tim
ber or stone thereon than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish bis claims to said
lands before the Register and Receiver at the
land office In Tbe Dalles, Oregon, on May
He names the following witnesses: NllsC.
Olaou nd Win. H. Huthaate of Fort len l, Ore
gon; John ('. Hedges of Tualatin, On gon, and
F. Fruatschy or Hod River, Oregon.
Any and all pcrmns clsimlngadverselv any
of the almve described lauds are requ-'.'ieil to
fill llien claim In ihf ffice on or bel"ie the
nhUI 121 Ii day of Muv, l'Oil.
MH HAKI, T. NOl.VN.
mSmlO Iteali .-r.
. NOTICK TO CK EDITORS
In the Count) Courtof the State of Or gon,
for Wasco County.
In the matter of tbe estate of Phebe Jones,
Nollce la hereby given that the underiitned
has been duly appointed by the (' inly
Court for Wasco County, Oregon, admit Istra
trlx of the estate of Phebe Jones, dec. used,
and all persons having claims against iheHiiiii
estate are requi ed to present same villi the
Jiroper vouchers attached, within six n ill lis
roin the date of the first publication ol this
notice, at the office of Fouts & Derby, Hood
EZMA R. JONK.
Administratrix of tbe estate of Phebe Joues,
Dated and Brat publishes1 March is. Km I.
FOUTS A DFRIiV.
Attorneys for Administratrix.
Ten acres of land
cleared within one
and one-half miles
of Mt. Hood Post-
office. Call or write
R. J. McISAAC,
Steamers leave Portland and The Dalles
daily, except Sunday, at 7 o'clock a. m.,
calling at Hood River, cast bound, at
about 4 p. m. ; westbound at aloiit
8 :30, p. m. Direct connection at Lyle
with Ihe C. R. A N. Railway to and from
Goldendale and Klickitat valley points.
For any further information address
any agent of the company or
M. TALBOT, V. P. & G. M.,
Nature's Wondro-js Handiwork
Through Utah and Colorado
t'aatle Gate, Canon of the Grand,
Black Canon, Marshall and Ten
nessee Passes, and the World
Famous Royal Gorge,
for descriptive and Illustrated pamph
lets, write to
W. C McBRIDE, General Agent
121 Third street, PORTLAND, OR.