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Mrs Tyler wag suddenly called to
(liHua Valley on taut 1 rl.ltiy, having
revolved a dinpatch that hei goo of
that place, in critically ill.
Mr a. liurlinKiime started Thursday
for (iraug Valley, where lie goes to he
with ber daughter, Laura who it Buff
eting a sorious relapse from a previ
Mr. Cleo. Chamberlain ahippeda
carload of wood ahto two hundred
pucks of potatoes lata week to IMlIoti
Mr. C'lias. Cramer came up from
Fortlund ou Thursday and Is the guest
of bla mother, Mrg. I). A. Cramer.
J. K. McGregor is adding many Im
provements to the appearauce of bis
cozy gu Durban home. At present he
in having a neatly woven wiie fence
erected which will enclose a pretty
spot which heiocently has had cleared
about bis residence.
Mrs. JI. C. Porter left on Friday's
evening train fur The Dulles at which
place she will remain a fen days visit
Mr. Will Hunter arrived in Mosier
Sunday night from Montana and U
the guest of big sister, Mrg. Agnes
Fields. ' .
C. D. Murgan returned from a brief
trip east on Friday of last week.
Chns. Crabain, who is employed on
the north Hank It. K. work spent Sun
day with his wife.
After having spent the winter
months iu town, Geo Ireland and fam
ily have moved to their farm ou the
V. O. Young, who with is family
moved iuxt fall to Hood lilver, re
turned home last week. Mr. Young
expresses his intention of making ex
torsive impovemeutg ou big farm this
Mrs. Geo, Wood and Miss Marion
are visiting K. 11. Wood and family
in The Dalles.
Mr. (loo. Chamberlain loft last week
for the mountains, where he will he
engaged In the lumber milling lumi
nous throughout the year.
The pupils of No. 52 who have ac
complished a record of honor for the
moutb ending March .'loth are as fol
lows: Mary Morgan, Alice Mosier,
Willie Htewa-t, Ora Waite, Lou la llur
lingame, Flossie itailey, Iiay liailey,
Willie Dcpee, Johnnie Eppiug, lreue
Fisher,AunlelIaacke, Aleloru llaacke,
Leodloa llaacke, Mattie Hudson, Al
cl i ne Hudson, Kmilv liusbandg.
KHOM TUB KtfTMtl'MSE.
People are beginning to Inquire
about the White Balmou valley lately.
R. Field has received several letters
' from people back east who will in the
near future come to White Salmon to
locato. One letter from the state of
Kentucky states that several families
from there are thinking of moving
west. Mr. Fluids thinks ho will have
his hands full soon from the letters be
has received lately.
A castle of the Knights of King Ar
thur has been organized by the boys
, at the church. The local cattle is
named Caerieou. The organization
is based upon Tennyson's Knights of
the Round Table. The present offic
ers are: Sir Pendragon, Arthur Nap
per; Sir Seneschal, Ernest Bussen
sbutt; Sir Constable, Ross Oemrbart;
Sir Sentinel, Will BaHger; Sir Mer
lin, Mr. Lewis; the F.xcheqaer, Oeorge
Messrs. B. L. anil II. M. Heaman,
brothers, of Portland, arrived iu White
Salmon Wednesday looking for a loca
tion for a general merchandise store.
White Salmon looked good to them
and tbey have decided to remain.
They have purchased the stock of C.
S. Bancroft, and will take charge next
Monday. They will keep In addltlou
to the groceries a complete line of
Kent's furnishings and dry goods.
W. Morris Is putting up a new
building ou Main street south of
the Land Co. s ollloe where be will
move his harness and shoe shop when
The White Salmon Valley Bank will
erect a brick building iu tbe near fu
ture but the location has not teen de
olded upon. It will probably be
erected ou tbe northwest corner of
Jowett avenue and Main street.
J. R. Gladden, tbe accommodating
agent at the dock, is going to take a
vacation next week. He has pur
chased a farm of 77 acres near Gres
ham, Oregon, and is going lo take
bis family down and locate them on
tbe ranch and will remain with them
a couple of weeks. He will then r
turn to his duties bere while Mrg.
Gladden and the children will con
duct tbe farm. The agent at Hood
Itiver will attend to his duties bere
during Lis absence.
Dr. Mills, who has been staying lu
the old Markham house for 'the last
few weeks, left on Saturday morning
for his home at Tillamook. He took
the boat to Portland and then drove
the rest of the way with big team.
Miss Emma Jones of Camp Lookout
la now in Dakota on legal business,
but will return shortly.
Prof. Thorn psou says be got ten
sacks of potatoes, but as they did not
turn out Just as he expected be dumped
the whole lot Into the ground.
The old Hill farm of about 70 acres
is now being surveyed and put into
ten acre lots, so as to be placed ou
the market at an early date. Moi e
Improvements iu Barrett district.
Roily Pbelpt purchased from I.
Neeley a span of small horses and . a
wagon and harness Now Roily is
bunting more work.
Fay Denlsmoe hag got a nice neat
new bouse erected ou big 'weny acre
lot at the aoutb of Rockford Avenue.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Val
ley Christian church 111 serve tea on
Thursday aftenoon April 6th at the
homsrof MisC. L. Morse. All are in
vited to owe and get well acquainted
and spend a social hour together. ,
Rockford received a carload of mill
feed and Hour last week, so that your
wants can be gnppl'ed to any amount.
A car load of olover bay will arrive
this week so yon can get leither clov
er hay or cheat hay.
F. P. Dean and C. True are pulling
stumps and in a genoal way cleaing
up some land belonging to True on
Hookford avenue. Lot the good work
goon. Surely Barrett district ia lead
ing the way.
Edd Watts, the 'old Englishman;
was busy last week building two new
flues on the Richardson property and
should you ntad big service in
the way of plastering your bouse or
building a flue you cannot make any
mistake in calling where you can find
bim at the Rockford store, phone bill.
Livery teams are now passing
through our burg every day loaded
with men and goods for tbe Green
Point lumber mill. - ,.
Hood River valley with all its wealth
and boom and blow 'has failed to con
tribute to tbe fund for tbe famine
stricken district 1b Japan. So far as
1 have learned there are only two per
sons who have contributed. There
may be others who bave contributed
there mite. I hope there ia for
amidst wealtb and plenty we should
think of other wbo are starving for
the very necessities of life lo a foreign
Wm. Brace came up from Portland
last week to aasist bis father who bas a
contract clearing land for Dr. Tucker,
Mr. Kobler and family who bought
the Clough place bave arrived from
Illinois and are taking possession of
their new borne. Mr. Kobler oomes
directly from a large watch factory
near Cbioago where, be worked for a
number of years. '
Peter Mohr lost a nice two year old
oolt last week. Ibe animal in its
play ran into tbe wire fence and out
Mr. Shough and family wbo have
been living in tbe Clougb bouse will
move into a tent on Mrs. -Zoble's
place. Mrs. Shougb's sister came up
from Oakvllle last week for a visit.
This week begin tbe watch oontest
at the Pine Grove store. Call there
for particulars. :
Tbe second in tbe series of spelling
matches between Pine Grove and Odeil
will occur, as previously stated, at
tbe Pine Grove school house Friday
J. It. London, traveling man for
Lang k Co. of Portland, with bis wife
and ohild called at the Pine Grove
Mrs. Taylor and daughter of Hood
River visited over Sunday with the
family of James Davis. Mrs. Taylor
is a sister-in-law of Mr Davis.
Home two weeks ago Mr, and Mi.
Lobb welcomed a new arrival into
their borne in tbe shape of a baby
itirl. Mr. Lobb has purchased the
house formerly owned hi Mrg. John
son on tbe Hang Lege place and is
moving in this week.
Mr. Kolliok, wbo has been teaching
in the Pine Grove school, closed his
room last Friday. The primary room
under the guardianship of Miss Hunt
will continue for some time longer.
Dont tie a cold or a cough up in your
system by taking a remedy that binds
the bowels. Take Kennedy's Laxative
Honev and Tar. It is different from all
other couifh svrmm. It is. better It
onens the howelv-exuelB all cold from
tho system, relieves coughs, cold, croup
whooping cotiim, etc An meal reiueuy
for young ami old. Children like it.
Sold by Williams Pharmacy.
Our BigJLeader -
' ' - ' ' BESIDES SELLING YOU
ONE FULL POUND
of Best Benzo-Borato Perfumed Talcom Powder for 25c.,
WE GIVE YOU FREE
ONE BEAUTIFUL POWDER PUFF
This Ruavantood absolutely pure powder alone usually sells for twice this amount.
SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOW
As watch specialists
. Satistfi action ,
A word that means much to the ones
who carry a watch. It is especially
Lara way Watches
For increasing sales demonstrate their ability to ren
der perfect service
Your doctor will tell you that
thin, pale, weak, nervous chil
dren become strong and well
by taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Small doses, for a few days.
The change is very prompt
and very marked. Ask your
doctor why it is. He has our
formula and will explain.
" Who U 7n old for ninny monthl no
on thought I could live of.cn(iof thin bioo4
Hut. In a tow wiielff . Ayr' Hariinparliia eon
plotolv roatored tne to honlth "
MRU. JS. Buckiiikotir, VlneUnd K.J.
II M a knttlo.
Blhousne.s, constipation prevent re
covery. Cur these with Ayer' Pill
MORE OF MAY CHARITIES.
The Watchmaker and Jeweler
Aitkin Friend of the Xeedj
It la to be remembered, and partic
ularly by thotje religlougly and cbar
ably Inclined, that Hod. John H. Alt
kin of Huntington, now aeeklng tbe
nomination on tbe Republican ticket
fur State Treasurer, has liberally at
aieted mora calU upon public charity
tbau any man in eastern Oregon. He
is a banker and a so president of tbe
lurgeet commercial institution In the
State of Oregon, yet bia puree bae al
ways been open to tbe appeals of mis
ery and distressed humanity. Solici
tors for tbe various churches have
never appealed to him In vain. He
gives to all of them,regardless of tbeir
faith. To the Salvation Army be bas
been a friend at all times. .
Let us go a little further. As the
representative of a large aggregation
of Capital and president of one of tbe
largest mercantile establishments in
tbe northwest, Mr. Aitkin baa loaned
hundreds of thousands of dollars to
borne builders aud needy ranchers who
wore struggling to got on tbeir feet.
He bas protected bis bank, but to bis
everlasting credit be it said be bas
never foreclosed a mortgage on some
poor man a meagre holdings nor forced
a helpless debtor to tbe wall, tio sor
rowful widow with her hungry obild
ren bave ever gone eupperlea to bed
through the actions of his bank or bia
big mercantile establishment. On the
contrary the store has always been
open tot hem and their personal oredit
was extended almost indefinitely
During the hard times of a few years
ago when tbe prices of stock weie low.
it was within bis power to break large
numbers of stockmen, and take ad
vantage of conditions, and several of
the stockmen offered .to let him bave
tbeir stock for . his . claim
against them, but he bepled tbem
through the bard times and today
these me are among the leading
stockmen of oaHtern Oregon.
This is tbe sort of a man whose
friends bave vlitnally forced him into
tbe race for tne Kepubitoan uomlua
tlon for state treasurer. Jndivious
oomparlHons are always odious, but
tbe record h can speak. Have tbe wor
thy gentlemen wbo oppose bim in the
raoe very much to oiler as against
life-record like this? Not that
have beard of.
Mr. Aitkin hag made money for hie
oompauy and money fot bis bank, but
it has all been legitimate aud clean
money ; not one cent of it having been
wrung from the distressed and pov
erty-strickeu, the pauper aud the
Mr. Aitkin proposes an amendment
foroing the state treasurer to depos
tbe funds undei direction of a board
the Interest to be paid tbe state. Th
may be barking back to tbe streuuous
days of tbe ancient Spartans, but it is
iiotiest aud the people know it. All
Mr. Aitkin desires is the flat salary
paid by the state tor bis services not
tbe immense "graft" gathered in by
etate treasurers in the way of interest
on personal doposits of money, really
the money of the state, aud no part of
tbeir personal prerogatives.
There is no question that the people
wiU stand squarely and llrmly by a man
of Mr. Aitkin's character if they can
only know it In time. That Is why
this paper ia earnestly cautioning its
readers to scan closely the past reo
ords of tbe various candidates aud
decide for themselves who among them
all has proven himself tbe real friend
of the people.
If you ever bought a box of Witch
Hazel Salve that failed to give satisfac
tion the chances are that it did not
have the name "K. C. DeWitt & Co
printed on the wrapper and pressed in
the box. TheorlL'inal DeVVitt's Witcl
Hazel Halve never fails to give satisfac
tion lor burns, sores, boils, tetter crack
ed hnntlH, etc. For blind, bleeding
itching and protruding Tiles it affords
almost immediate relief. It stops the
pain. Sold by Williams Pharmacy.
"Alice Miie7' Waltzes by A. A.Ford
National nit, just off tbe press,
Most beautiful melody, iitle page
Alice lilue oolor, splendid photo of
tbe White-House, entwined with cir
clet of ribbons and goldeu wedding
bells. Every copy includes a steel
photogravure, full figure, likeness of
Mrs. Nicholas Lougworth. Postpaid
Orchestrations furnished to oiches
tra leaders gratis. Send tor our 61
page catalogue free. National Musio
Co., 72-74 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111.
I'nderrroed Will Hold Mass Meeting,
The citizen of Undorwood are earn
estly requested to attend a public
meet lux to be held in the school house
on Sunday, April ,8th at 2 p. m., for
tbe purpose of discussing the saloon
Suffered for Five Years with Kidney
ana j.iver i ron Die.
"I suffered for five years with kidney
and liver trouble, which caused severe
pains across the back and a blinding
headache. 1 had dyspepsia and was so
constipated that I could not move my
bowels without a "athartic. I was cured
by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets and bave been well now for six
months," says Mr. Arthur S. Strick
land, of Chattanooga, Tenn. For sale
by Kier aud Cass.
Hurt In Runaway.
Marshall J. J ones, an old resident
of the lilockbouse country, waa seri
ously injured Sunday afternoon by
having hia conveyance run into by a
team of Walter Uardings which was
running away. This caused Mr.
Jones team to run away and be was
thrown out and struck ou his bead.
Dr. Collin waa called and attended
the injured man. He waa unoonsicoua
for some time. Sentinel.
Lace Curtains and White Goods Men's Underwear
Curtain Goods 0ur )ine of Whlte Qoodi Menl women and chii-
A good line of Nottingham is well assorted. India dren'i Light Underwear
Lace Cuttans in white, Uaen . . . 12 to SOc ure" "
per pair, - 75cto4.00 ranging In pricea.
White Brussels, per pair, 7.00 Glasgow Linen, -S3 to 40c
Ecru In Nottingham, beau- Tri.h I inen SO to JOc Ladies' garment ' - lOc
tiful patterns, per pair, 4.00 lrl8h Unen' " J B
Large single curtains for Colored Linen In Bine and Union Suits, 50c to $1.23
single door and window, fan ... . 22c
each, - 550 Men's underwear per gar
Curtain donis in Fish-Nets, A large variety of mercer- oioo
Nottingham, Savins and bed White Goods 85 to40c went, jifi.w
Swisses, - - - 15 to 35c
Table Unen Shoes
We are showing some extra good - Percales The new Guaranteed Shoes tor
values in Table Linen at from . Ladies in Oxfords. This u the
45c to $t 00 A fine line of Percales, 31 inches
45c to J1.00 gnd . Lte.t Novelty
Some extraordinary fine Liueu Dam- ' . .. . ..:.-
ask, 72 incne. wide in beautiful p.U ' ,fa,ther ot tb- A,8 V"'et-V
jerns at At Ten Cents of style, of
$1.23 and $1.50 , Low Cut Shoes
Also Nottingham to match. PtU"" in Kid Try a pair of cuahion sol.
Low Priced shoes. '
Ladies' Waists Dress Goods
An extraordinary pretty New Patterns In all our line of Mohairs,
line of White Waists, em- 0uPnew patterns for April Brilliantiens, Suitings,
broidered fronts and lace- . ..... a
... ... are here Meltons, Albitroses, Serges
trimmed. Are beautifully
made up and extraordi- The Peerless Patterns and all dress goods we
nary good value for the ARE THE BEST are offering exceptionally
price at which we are offer- low prices,
E.-D. Hakett. alter spending a few
weeks in Portland retu ned to this
K. Duncan Martin ia prepared to
fill orders for seed potatoes of tbe
Early Rose variety.
J. W. Jonea baa again become a
Miss Florence Cbapln has severed
ber connection with the Crapper
school as assistant teacher. She re
turned to her home at The Dalles, last
Saturday and expects to take oharge
of a sohool in that vicinity on next
Monday. Miss Chapin did good work
in tbe school and made many friends
P. 11. Martin is still dealing in
horses. He b a one or two good farm
animals for sale.
The young Crapperites gave A. W.
King's family a surprise party on latt
Advertised Letter List.
For week ending April 2nd.
Hulet, Dora j Anderson, Peter; An
derson, R. A. ; Bartholomew, Henry j
Ueleal, Lewi; Butner, Sam; Calhoun,
(ieo; Coon, Jaok( Indian); Corbitt,
Harrey; Corbitt, Harvey ;()arin, Jobn;
llulson, Harvey; Jewel, H. E. j Loy,
FX L ; Longreen, T. J. ; Lund, Sam;
Martin, D. E. ; Merrill, I. J. Morgan,
J. S. ; Morse, Matilda; Oilnghouse,
John B. ; Orr, Walter; Porker, Vora;
Sletterly,U. ; Smallwood. Lige; Small
wood, B. K. ; (2) Snow, F. B. ; Lumer,
i. B. ; WellHnd, Tboddie; White, W.
U. ; Whitecliff, Arthur;
Wm. M.Yates, Postmaster.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Untied HI utos Land office, Tbe Uftllea, Ore.,
March 2d, ilMM. Notice In Hereby given that
in oompllance with the provisions of the Rut
of cong-reM of June 3, 1878, entitled "An art for
theaHleof timber lauda In the mules of Cali
fornia, Oregon, Nevada, and WanhliiKton
Territory," u extended to all the public land
Htates by act August 4, 181X2,
Paul p. mccully,
of Port laud, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, has this day filed in this otllce his
sworn statement No, 2KK, for the purchase of
tvi.seo. 4, ixia i anu s,anu nr.4, sec
In township I, range east, W. M., and will
otter proof U show that the land sought Is
more valuable fur IU timber and stone than
fur agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before the Keglsler and Ra
ce! ver at The Dulles, Oregon, on the SDUl day
pf May, 190H.
ne names as witnesses: rtnea u. uisen. eon-
1 k ....... .n . fc'nu, E,Hi,l.hn LI ... ... t..n
Oregon; Oeorge Handley and Davis Koulk.es!
Any ana an persons ciaunlntr adversely the
sbove described lands are requested to file
their claims In this office on or before the 29th
day of May, 1WW MICH AKL T. NOLAN,
in-K ms Register.
F. 8. STANLEY, Pres.
E. L. SMITH, Vice-Free.
E. 0. BLANCHAB, Cashier
V. C. BROCK, Asst. Cashier
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER
Capital and Surplus $30,000.00
We offer you the facilities of a well managed and
well equipped bank. The interests of patrons receive
Department of the Interior.
Land Office, The Dalles, Oregon,
IWW.-A sufficient contest affidavit bavins-
been filed In this office by Anclv M. Beattv.
contestant, ngainst homestead entry No. 1.2230,
mane marcn iu, inua, tor section 29.
township I. south, range 10 K. W. M., by
James F. wait, oontestee. In which it is
alleged that said James K. Walt has entirely
abandoned said entry for all montna last
post ana mat mere are no improvements
thereon: that said alleged absence was not due
to nis employment in tne army, navy or ma
rine corns of the United Htates In tlmeof war
Maid parties are hereby noltled to appear, re
spond and oiler evidence touching said alle
giition at 10 o'clock a. m. on May 4, laoii, before
t.eorge i. t rainer, a u.n. commissioner, at
his office In Hood Itlver, Oregon, and that
final bearing will beheld at 10 o'clock a. m.
on May 11. 1W6. before the Register and
Receiver at the united rl tales Land nmc
in The Dalies, Oregon.
1 ne aata oonteaunt having. In proper aflda.
vlt, tiled February 27, WXi. set forlh facts
Inch s'mw that after due dilllcenoe personal
service of this notice cannot be made, it Is
hereby ordered and dim-ted that such notice
be given by due publication.
MICH AKL T. NOI.AN,
u lj n
iieres tour uiunce
TO GET RID OF THAT
PAIN IN THE BACK
What is the use of suffering when the pain can be
removed easily and quickly with one of
Clarke's B. & C. Plasters
We guarantee them to do the work. Try one of them
Only Twenty-five Cents at
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, United Htates
.una Office, The Dalles, Oregon, March 10.
VM. Nolle Is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his in
tention to make final proof In support of bis
claim, and thai said proof will be made be
fore the Register and Receiver at The Dalles.
Oregon, on May 7th, via. :
lento. Oregon, on H. K. No. 121173. for lota
and 4, S1,, N f'.'- section 4, and lot 4, section
lownsmps. n., range y iu w . M.
tie names the following witnesses to prove
is continuous resideuce upon and cultiva
tion of said land, via. :
Ernar Wills. Portland. Oregon- g. W. Cur.
ran. V lento, Oregon : Thomas Helle. Vlenlo.
Oregon: M. F.8togaard, Vie to, Oregon.
Mr. ai m a. hiuiam. j. iiulam, Register.
his claim, and that said proof will
beiore Geo. T. Prather, U. 8.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior. United States
I Jind office, The Dal Ieo; Oregon, March 17th,
ltJS. Notice Is hereby given that tbe follow-
ng named settler Has n led nolloe of his In
tention to make final proof In support of
t bis office in Hood River, Oregon, on April
itwo, via. ;
MARK K. THOMAS
of Hood River. Oregon. H. E. No. M8 lor the
Ki KF.4. 8W HK'. Mee. l. and N WU NEU.
Section ft, township i. N., range 11 K. W. M.
He names the following wltueasee to prove
la continuous reaiUeuce udoq and cultiva
tion of said land, vis :
t-eier rtaiunian anaueos r. Hanson, Mood
mil, alt MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Kef later.
1000 acres select apple land, best location in
Hood River Valley; small prices on 5, 10 or 40
acre tracts by owner. Buy where you can renl
ize advancing values on your improvements.
Lots in Winans City are profitable investments.
You can reach this place by rail.
W. R. Winans
Hood River, Wasco county, Oregon.
Our properties are located in the Columbia Valley between
Wallula ana Pasco the lowest elevation of any irrigated lands in
the State of Washington and are especially adapted to raising al
falfa, vegetables, fruit3 of all kinds, berries, grapes and figs. They
produce the earliest berries and vegetables in the Northwest. These
properties are now abundantly watered and lands with perpetual
water rights are on sale at reasonable prices and liberal terms to
induce eariy settlers.
The new town of Attalia lies in the center of this most
fertile district and is at the iunction of thr-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
uusuiKa oyyoi tuuiues are ouerea.
The Company will sell choice lots at very low prices to per
sons who will erect homes and business houses in this thriving,
For detailed particulars and descriptive literature address
THE COLUMBIA CANAL COMPANY
DEPT. A, 609-510 MARION BLDC. SEATTLE, WASH.