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;!00D RIVER GLACIER
,:, J .MfTT II Ul7 by
AWitlUK l. MOH, Publisher.
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THURSDAY, APKIL 2fi, 11)06.
Dowio, 1904 inspired; 1905 retired;
Tho Dulles seeing to be a uuit wbeu
it comes to Totiu,? solid againHt Hood
River at elootion time, no matter
bow much they rnny tight among
lu most cusps the KopuUhaii nomi
nees are practically sure of election
The proportion of Republicans to
Democrats in tho county aro Hourly
four to one, and personul popularity
among tho Democratic candidates will
have to overcome large odds to carry
the election In June.
Does the Chronicle refer to the
oounty judge, clerk and treasurer in
It is a priuoiple in national politics
that olllce holders keep out or active
participation in the game. This prin
ciple should bo applied to stute. and
county and even municipal politics.
"Pernicious political activity" Is to
be diticountoiiunced as well as "olien
sive partisanship. "Chronicle.
There were only two tickets that
could be voted at the primary election
Friday. Those who bad registered as
prohibitionists, sociiilisls or other
parties, excopt republican or demo
cratic, or who refused to state, could
not vole lit the primaries. A number
belonging to parties which had no
tickets in tho Held, and who were de
sirous of voting at tho primaries, re
gistered as either republicans or dem
ocrats. The free seed distribution Ly the
department of agriculture at Washing
ton reached Hood River last week,
uud a couple of hundred packages
were sunt through tho mails. As
nearly everyone here had their gar
dens planted, tho bulk of these seeds
will be wanted, and it is doubtful if
many of those roceiving the free seeds
appreciated them. Like many of the
leaks by which money is squandered
at Washington, the free seed distribu
tion should be abolished.
This season promises to be one of
the most profitable of the strawberry
raiser in the history of the valloy. It
is probable that there will not be much
over half as many crates sblppud from
Hood River as lust year, and they will
be in big demand. While there Is a
greater acroago in the higher eleva
tions than last year, which will give
a larger quantity of late berries, the
crop will be short in the lower valley,
as many huve reduced their, acreage,
the March frost hurt the llrst crop of
blossoms, and many of the patches are
on their fourth year's picking. The
outlook, therefore, is for good prices.
In the relief work done by indivl
duals, corporations and societies in
aid of the Ban Frauciuco sulfers, up
pears lurgo sums donated by wealthy
men, but practically no mention is
made of the aid givon by the railroads
In the work of charity. Yet they
hare been among the Hist to contr
bute to relief of tho distroHsud. They
have placed free transportation at tho
disposal of tho destitute, and havo
carried freo many cars of provisions
to tho stricken city. While it was
plainly Until duty to do their share,
it should not go unrecorded. Tho
public is over ready to condemn the
railroad corporations for any griov
anco,roa or fancied, lut it be as ready
to commend and give credit where
credit Is duo.
Marshal Olinger reports that several
havo refused to pay their poll tax
inure is miming the my neels so
bad as money to tlx up the streets.
Since tho city lias boju deprived of
saloon licenses, direct taxation and
poll tax aro about the only means of
raising money for this purpose. Any
one, and especially a citizen of tho
city, who will refuse to pay this
amount, ami especially those who
voted away tho saloon liconses, should
bo made to work out the amount on
the streets. Mayor lllowera says that
all poll taxes will be collected througl
tho justice court where those untitled
fail or refuse to pay.
Klghtli (irailo h. High School.
A baseball game was played between
tho eighth grade and the high school
Just l'riiiiiy afternoon. Ihe high
school selected so mo players out of
the other grades to ooiiipleto their
nine. There were a number of errors
made but on the whole it was a good
ino principal renrure or tho game
was the batting hy 1'iof. Wilev. The
high school failed to reach Hist base
until the filth inning after which they
played more vigorously.
The lino up was as follows:
-iglith tirade High School
1 b I'alee
'2b I'rof.Cronse, linker
1'oiit tie a cold or a cough up in your
svstein bv taking a remedy that binds
the bowels. Take Kennedy's Laxative
Honey and Tar. It is different from all
other cough syrups. It is belter It
opens the bowels-cxpela all cold from
tho system, relieves coughs, cold, croup
whooping cough, etc. An Ideal remedy
for young and old. Children like it.
fold by Williams riinnmtiy.
A Civil Service examination for the
position of Forest Ranger will be held
at Portland, Roseburg, La Oraude
and Prinoviile, May 11th, and for
Forest Supervisor, May 11th, at all
lurgo cities. Only legal residents be
tween the ages of 21 ami 10 are eligi
Lie. Applicants should apply imme
diately to the Civil Service Commis
sion at Washington, for Application
lorui 10911. i
ALL HOME SAFE
Frank A. Cram arrived home safe
Tuesday evening -ith hie fmiily from
Berkeley. Cal. Mi. Cram left a week
ago, after news came ot t):o disaster
at San Francisco, and arrived there
last Thursday, lie found h's family
all well, Berkeley so tiered the least
of all the towns near Ban Francisco,
The shock was felt quite keverely at
that place, but about the only damage
to buildings was to chimneys, nearly
evaiv chimnev in the town was
knocked off, and some of the build
logs craciied and thaken up, but no
fires resulted, and tho daiimg can be
Mr. Cram said that the town was
thrown wide open to the sufferers
across the bay. Rich and poor alike
opened their homes and dividod their
food, and thousands were caiea lor.
Evervtlilnu was freo.
Ten thousand people were waiting
at the trains at Oakland Sunday night
when Mr. Cram and family left, to go
Relief Work In California.
Nevada City, Cal, Apiil 22, 1906.
Kditor Ulacier: (ientlemen Think
ing you might like to see them, I am
mailing you the last Ban I i..ucisco
papei. the iiiilletiu, of April 20th,
also (Jrurs Valley paper.
You will note what people in all
t,liee towns are doing for relief
Every family is linking and shipping
food, and cash boxes are on every
corner in every town and at all hotels
Han Francisco is gone, but a Now
York will arise limn tliu Hit.es. You
can't keep the Califomians down.
C. B McDulfee.
Hood River's Supplies Kct'chcil
Portland, Ore., April Klrd, 19ii(l
Agent, Hood River: 1 have ju.-t if
ceived the following niosage from Mr.
K. K. Calvin, tieu'l Mgr. or thi
Southern Pacific Company. "Please
notify all your people who are furnish
ing supplies that they are being re
ceived in good shape and are all die
tributed to the needy through the
Army Quartermaster Department.
The northwest is doing remarkably
well in this emergency." Please ar
auge to give this telegram the samt
publicity as the one received of Mr.
liarriman this morning. J.P.O'llrleu.
Cause of the L'ai'lltiiiui'.
Professor George Davidson, of t lit
Uuiverdty of California, formerly
oonnected with the United Statet
Ueodetio survey says:
"The earthquake ciimo from the
north to south, and the only descrip
tion I am able to give of its effect to
me is that It seemed like a terrier
shaking a rat. I was in bed, but was
awakened at the llrst shook. I began
to count the seconds as I went toward
the table where my watch was, being
able through much practice closely to
approximate the time in that manner.
The shook came at 5 :LS o'clock. The
first six seconds were the most severe.
From that time on it decroased grad
ually for about 30 seconds. There was
then the slightest perceptible lull,
then the shock continued for 60 sec
onds longer, being slighter in degree
in this minute than in any part in the
preceding minute and a half. There
wero two very slight shocks, which 1
did not record, at fr.17 and 5:27. At
0 : r I p. m. there was a sharp shook of
"Regarding the cause, 1 maintain
as 1 always havo, that it is the earth
brings about contraction which is
bound to create a readjustment of the
earth surface. 1 have heard talk of
the eruption of Vesuvius having con
nootlou with this disaster, but that ii
North Dakota Strawberry Man Here.
W. K. Nash, of Nash lirns.. Grand
Forks, was here Saturday looking up
tho berry prospects. Mr. Mien bun
dles more Hood Rlvoi berries thiiu
any other one firm, being Ihe dlttri-
butfng agent for Winnopcg uud a num
ber of cities and towns around lirHud
Forks. He thinks they can use about
00 cars this year. Ihe transportation
question Is making sumo trouble this
year. Mi not, N. !., can only lie
reached by the Great Northern rail
way, and the O. R. & N. cannot ban
die the heavy special fruit oars if the
Great Northern between hero and
Spokane on their passenger trains, and
It Is possible that the berries will have
to be trnnsfeired at Spokane tor that
point. This will add to the expense
and also damage the berries somewhat.
The Congregationalists, of Multno
mah, Columbia, Clatsop and tho
western portion of Wasco counties,
met in this city Tuesday aud Wednes
day of this week in their tenth an
nual session. Ihe specilln name by
which this body Is known is the Port
land Association of Congregational
Churches and Ministers. Rev. Arden
M.Rockwood, of the Highland church,
Portland, was chosen Moderator, aud
l!ev. Ii, 11. Ham. Hassalo Street
church, Portland, Scribe, aud George
II. 11 line, Assistant Scribe. Six
churches were represented by seven
pastors aud ten delegates, 'Tho pro
gram presented was most interesting
aud suggestive, and the discussions
lollowiutf were most helpful.
A Hue dinner was served by the
ladles yesterday at the residence of
ev. . I . (iilmore. which was hear
tily enjoyed. Hy using two rooms
about forty guests wore seated.
A mother's meeting will lie held at
the Congregational church, May 1,
at II o'clock. Subject "The , home as
a safe guard to oui children."
cordial Invitation is extended to
all mothers, wivesaud sisters with a
request to uring a written question.
A penny collection will lie taken uii
to secure some good literature leaflets
to distribute among our young people.
Will Have a Fair Crop.
An examination of the cherry bloom
shows that Royal Aun and other early
sweet varieties supposed to lie hurt
worst by the cold spell iu March still
have enough cheriiesto make a fair
crop. Ihe buds on the sunny sides of
the limbs wore generally killed, but
the buds that were shaded lived
through. W. R. Harris had a little
almond tree just showing its first
bloom when the cold came and he
wrapped an old gunny cloth around
ii. .Miiioiign rue aimonu is a tender
tiee that slight protection saved it
and he now finds it set full of young
monds. It is probable that a little
care might have saved the peaches on
tiees small enough to havo been pro
tected with little trouble. Forest
What good does it do you to eat if
vour stnmiti'h fall to ,li.r..t f.u'
None. It does you harm rutin's belel -ing,
sour rioniRch. flatulence, etc.
When the stomach fails a little KoJol
Dyspepsia Cure after each meal will di
gest what von cat and makes tho stom
ach sweet. Williams Pharmacy.
r Men's, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hose ,
We carry one of the finowt assortments in the line of hosiery
to be found in the city, anything you can wish for in Plain and ,
Fancy hoso, from a full Seamless, Fast Black hose for Ladies at
100 a pair to the best of Silk hose at 800 a pair.
1 Ladies' Fine Lisle Burson Hose Men's Half Hose, Pioneer Brand !
The only bore that is knot to fit without ft seam. Shaped, Seamless and Stainless, in Black, Brown
Narrowed ankle and shaped foot. A hose that and Fancy Stripes and Mixtures. Here is an
, seldom sells for less than 25V a pair. We bought opportunity to get a pair of hose for about half i
a lot of these at a bargain, and have been selling of what they are actually worth. They are on
them at 15c a pair, but the above hose f our Bargain Table. Make your choice Jrt.
I Special Price for Saturday. - lC Price Per Pair. - "C ,
Ladies' Gause Vests Ladies' Swiss Ribbed
We can save you money on this class of goods. win8 Sleeve Vests, that we have been selling at I
We have theeo from 5c ft garment up. Ladies' 13c a garment on Saturday only. i (in
Sleeveless vests that we have been selling at 8c a Special Price, each, .... I lC i
garment and it bargain at that price, we rf We also have a full line summer weight . 1
will sell Saturday at the Special price, J underwear for children.
The Wau-Goin-Guin Hotel will be
opened Tuesday, April 24. The hotel
has been thoroughly renovated and
fitted up for summer boarders.
& C. Rand, Prop.
All kinds of fresh and cured meats
have advanced, hut we are still selling
at the same old prices, Bnd will con
tinue to do so. Yours for business, Mo
G u i re Brothers,
Notice to Water I'sers
Until the new reservoir is completed
water users on both the upper and lower
systems i re requested not to waste
water or du .rrigating.
Light & Water Co.
One or two boxes of choice Hood River
apples, assorted varieties will do. Will
pity liberally for fancy stock. These
are wanted to send away as samples.
,1. II, ileilbronner & Co.,
Hood River, Oregon.
New Map of Oregon.
Iluekutt Bros., of U rants Pass, Ore.,
have just published a now and up-to-date
map of Oregon, which la complete
in every detail, and brought up-to-date.
The whole state eoirectly
mapped out, giving all postottlcet,
giving population, location! by town
ship aud range, shows mines, ' timber
reserves, Indian reservations, un sur
veyed lands, money order postoflices,
banking towns aud county seats. The
streams and p lncipal wagon roads
are also delineated. Every one can
afford to have one for the nominal
price it is ottered for. (.1. IS. llookett
Is here this weok taking orders for the
The most rational remedy for coughs
and colds is Kennedy's Laxative Honey
mid Tar. It acts on the how leu as a mild
cathartic, ex pels all cold from the system
Cuts all phlegm out of the throat, re
lieves coughs, colds, croup, whooping
cough, etc. An ideal remedy for children
-equally as good for adults. Sold by
Work on Davidson Hill.
Road Supervisor Woodworth is ex
tending the lock bottom on the Dav
idson hill to the end of his district,
and the top ot the hill will, when com
pleted, have one of the best pieces or
road lu the valley. Supervisor Masses
is also repairing the road at tho foot
ot the hill, having graded it iu good
shape, aud will gravel the top. It is
to lie regretted I hut a rocK nnttoui
could not be put on jthe road all the
way down the hill, ami mako a perma
nent load. It would cost consider
able money, but It is the only way to
make a pornianeut road in the soft
Nothing will relieve digestion that is
not a thorough digeslant. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure digests what you eat, and
allows the stomach to rcst-rccupernte-grow
strong again. A few doses of
Kodol alter meals will soon restore the
stomach and digistlve organs to a full
performancj ol their motions naturally.
Sold bv Williams Pharmacy.
Kor Hale A small upan of horsen, well
ninli'liFit, bright sliver buys four and rtve
yiwHohl. i'eriivtly iimitleeltlier with man,
woman or children. Will work either
ulnult- or double and hk true us nlwl, My rea-
Nim ror wiiiiik litem ih i neeu h nenvier warn.
Will be Hold ehenp n a good home, or would
trade tor a heavier team. Iliay t'ord, Kwkrord
NOT1CK 1'OK Vriil.lCATiON
llepartnient of Ihe Interior, flitted State
l, ami iitm-e, 1 lie mum, lire., April in, r.ou.
Nolleeta hereby ilven that the rotlowlmr
mimed wli ler hat nicd police of bis tnb'nttou
to mekennat proor In mipport of hta eUtm,
and that vld proof will be made before the
KcgiHier ami Keeeiver ;ni rue oaiien, Oregon
on May Vint, I'.ikl, vl :
DAVID M. PI'VAl.b
of Moxler, Oregon, on II. K. No. !, for l lis
lou I, s. 8. ami 4. xs'tlrui 2S, towimh p 1 tiiirlh j
nun.- 11 east, W. M.
lie name the follow tin witnesses to prove
hlNtimtliiuoiiM residence upon and eulttva'
tton of fluid land, vli;
Lewis I., (loodwln, William K. Iliiskey
deorne W. Iliiskey, Win. W, stephensou, all
oi .nosier, i ire.
M It'll AKI. T. NOI.AN,
am inil liegister.
NOTTCK KOR VI BLICATION
Department of the Interior, United States
Ijimltiltlee, The Dalles, Oregon, Aprils, Hum.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the following
named act Her has tiled notice of his Intention
to inaketlnal proof hi support of Ills claim,
and that said p xiof will lie made before Ueorse
T. I'rslher, I'. S, tViinmlssloner, at Ills olttcv
III Hood Uiver, Oregon, on May l.'nh, WOK, vl:
KAH1. K. BAKTMKSS,
or Hood lilvcr, Oregon, ou II. K No. 13G0, for
theK', KKi,, section 24, township s north
range ! east, and lot .' and 3, section 19, town
shh, 2 iiorih range aieasi W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
Ills continuous rvsldcura upon and cultiva
tion of ssid land, vis:
Kdward H. Ilarlwlg, llnrrv A llackett,
Kalpli .larvls, Andrew A. Jayuc, all of Hood
MICHAEL, T. XOI.AN,
k n h -r
HOOD RIVER'S LARGEST AND
Shoes and Oxfords
Do not overlook the Paris Fair if you contem
plate buying u new pair of Shoes, Oxfords or
Slippers. There is not a finer assortment in the
city. The quality is the highest, prices lowest.
Iiet us show you we are pleased to show goods.
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD
To the Farmers
Hood River Milling Co.
You Want your hat lo represent
the Best and Newest Styles. You want the
most for your money.
WE WANT the pleasant privilege of dem
onstrating to you that we have the correct
thing at Money-Saving Prices.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, t'nlted Htslea
I Jin d entice, The Palles, ore.. April 111, HUM.
Notice Is hereby gl.en lliat the following
named set Her has tiled notice or his intention
lo make unul proof In support of hta claim,
and that said proof will be made before the
Register and llecelvc at Hie land office In
'.be Dalles, Oregon, on June 1st, luuti, vis:
of The Ia Ilea, Ore., on H. K. No. 150iU for the
lot 4, KWS( NW.and K HWW, section 2,
township 2 north, range eaat, W. M , based
on Improvements, residence and cultivation
of the HK',4, section l, township 1 south, range
hi east W. M., on which homestead entry No.
4n was made uud llnal certtneate No. 8213
was Issued J u I ).'.!, lH'.KI. under Hie act of April
He names ss witnesses to prove hta contin
uous residence unii and cultivation of the
last above-described land :
John Delicti, The Dalles, Oregon; J. W.
Messenger, r. Sears and Carl Peels, nil of
MICHAEL T. NOI.AN,
UKPOKT Ob- TlIK CONDITION Ot
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
AT Hoof) RIVKK. IN THE STATE OF
OKEOON, AT THE CLOHK OE UUHI
NKHS APRIL 6, 1WM.
I. ians and Discounts Utl,iilH.(l7
Overdratls secured aud uraecured il,:ki,li
utiiieu Htatca Honda to aecur. circu
lation Premiums ou V. s. bonds
Honds and securities
Kurnilure and hxiures
Due from state Hiiukinnd Hankers...
Due from approved reserve agents....
Checks and other cash Items
Notes of oilier nailoiatl banks
Kract tonal paper currency, nickels
I.AW11 Monky Rkskuvb In hank
U-gal tender notes S.i'sUM...
Redemption hind with It. s. treasur
er id per cent of circulation) ,..
t'apltal stock paid hi
Undivided prottla, less expenses and
National bank note outstanding. ...
Individual dcpoaliasuhjcct to check
lvniand vrtltleatuT deposit
Time certificates ol deposit and Sav
Ktate of Oregon, tVunty or Wasco, as:
1, K. O. Hlanehar, cashier of the atiove
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is trtie Ui the best of my
K. O. BLANCHaR, Cashier.
Cohrfct, Attest: J. C. Alnsworth, K. L.
Smith, John W. Hinrlchs, lUrwiors.
Stitisirlhed and sworn to betorj me this 13th
dayot April, km.
A. 0. Buck, Notary Public.
t or state of Oregon.
A certain concern has
a lot of Stale Feed they
cannot sell anywhere
else and they are trying
to unload it on you.
Stale feed is dear at
any price. For best re
sults get your feed from
us-fresh from the mill.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
p . i i.J"e, ,nterlor, United Ktates
HKiJ iiie, orogon, April lu,
Notice la hereby glren that the following
named settler has riled notice of her intention
to make Until proof in support of her claim
and that said proof will be made before Ueorge
T. I lather, U. . Commissioner, at h's orllce
... ..wu ....u, , v.,,-,,,,, aiay, yo( VIE
MARTHA C. HUt'KABAY,
vi'r vui,' , No. 9020 lor
i i . ? .'4' v section lyjMK1. hw
I ' V, "". section m, township l aoiitii, range
.... ...... n ,, ,,,wn,K witnesses t prove
net con iniious resmence upon and cultivation
James K. Reese, Russell (iobln, William 8
uZ V. ""0ert lAMx". of Mount
MICHAEL T. NOLAN,
ISOTICK KOR PUBLICATION
Land ornce, The Dalles, Oregon. March 10
.. oiic is hereby given that the follow-
iiiruaiunimiirriiiu nieu notice of his in
tention to make nnal nnul In .,,,.,..
claim, and that said proof will be
fore the Register and llevicr ti,. i,
Ilmm 7,1. iu., .... . '"",
of V lento Oregon, on H. E. No. laws, for lot
a o.... n ,, r,-4, aeuiion t, anil lot 4, aectlon
a, uiwnsnipi:, pi ranges K. W. M
He namea the following witnesses to prove
- , m j i ra UPU auu iult va
tlon of said land, vIe.:
Ernar Willi, Portland, Oregon; 8. W. Our.
ran, v tento, Oregon; Thomas Helle, Vlento
1 ll'PVI til VI kalumianl VfU i.. . '
p,--.. , ..-..u.iu, tic hi, lirfiriin,
Mr. at M b. MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION
ieuirtuieni or the InU-rlor, Tnlted States
uu vuo-e, me iaiiea,oregoa, Apr. 16, IKK
Notice Is hereby given that the following
. .. . ...c. i.ti.it-r oi :iis intention
to make final proof In support of his claim
and mat said proof will be made before
me neaisier sum Receiver at 'l a . r.
gon, on JuueAth, luuti, vis:
ISAAC M. THOMAS,
of Moaler, Oregon, on H. E. No. 723, for the
NSSK'i. NK'.4 dW, and Htt N K!4, section
2, township 1 north range II east, W M
He names the following witnesses to (prove
his continuoHS residence upon and cnltiva
lion of said land, vis :
John Armstrong, Oeorge R. Wood. John
F.vana, Fdward c. Davidson, all of Mosier
a mS4 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register
WAUNA IsTA la nine miles from Hood
KlTcron the north bank of the Columbia
river. Out of this beautiful place I am now
offering two 20 acre tracts with orchards and
one 40-acre tract with buildings, on-hard, field
and pasture, (let off at Hewitt Landing lone
comer ol the place! and see for yourself. The
tact ia Hood Klver Is nine miles' from Wauna
' T. R. COON,
Strayed- A small, light colored cow. One
horn off and tests are double. R. 8. Coaoon
Menominee. Oregon. ml;
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON, Pres. J. H. FURGUSON,
Attorn?y-at-Law and Notary Public Vice President and Manager.
J. M. Ht'HMEI.TZER, 8ec.-Treas.
..Hood River Land..
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, Abstracts,
Collections, Conveyancing and Surveying
We are prepared in a special manner to handle all 1
kinds of business in any of the above lines and have
a large list of improved lands and city property
from which to make your selection for a fruit ranch,
a stock farm or a home in the city;
With an Extensive Correspondence
Wr 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.
Koi Hale-Early Rose potatoes. 8. F. Blylhe,
rnoneuixi. m iu
For Rale-Kaultless Grubber. Bee Howard
or B. K. Shoemaker. 1V8
For Hale Huff Orpingtons and Burt Leg
horns very tine; eirgs per setting, Orpingtons,
11.10: Leghorns, 'he. Mrs. Anna Anderson,
Hood River. Tho, e 1275. aS5
For Hale-Full blood I'lymolh Rock eggs.
peroettinis ml I. iu. i ; : ino. 2, si u. ou
stock Is well known and needs no '-iMiimen
but will say we guarantee satlsfaetinn. Mm.
Brayford, Rook ford, R. F. D. No. 2. mil)
For Hale Nearly new Fan'tlesi O ill. blag
Maehlne No 2. for sale at a hargulu, 125 teel
extra cable, aUo wisirf ehotiera camp, two
tens aun toots, f reseei.t r ruti uompaoy,
uwki uiver. miw
For Sale Fancy eggs for hatching. Hlngle
comn. Drown t.eviiorn ana liurrea flymould
kocks. p n neaoen ny a ntra mat won
prlte at Lewis and Clark Fair. Eggs 11
selling. Airs. r.. .1. mcnoiaon.
For Sale Fugs for hatching from pure bred
price winning Harreri I'h mouth Rocks. Mrs.
J. J. Ward. I'hoiie li:lx. M6
Cows for fale Fin" fresh cow: also one com.
Ing fresh soon. iniulre Wm. McReynolda,
on j. r.. i nomas nam. rnone is. ai2-ma
Kor Hnle Team, wagon and Harness. Kmall
team, weight shout two eaeb. Sn years old
both good workers and one s gotat saddle
norse. i . a. countryman, near liar ret t Ncliool
hoi .sal, v 4 room house; pantry and closet
Nice lawn and city water. I'rice, fWalon easy
terms, a giHiu nuy. inquire oi ontnank
ForHale-Mpan of horses, weight 1100 each
n u 'r,1,.i.a ...
... ... . w. . ,111
To lease, rent or sell a saw mill. B. R.
For Bale-Pure bred nicely mar ed, foi
irrier puppies. wiae Kounina, Koute a
For Rent 4-rootn 'wttave in Hinvpr.' nrirft.
tlon. Free water. W per month. Mrs. H. J
r ituwii i, mtf
ForBiile-8mall honse and Int. 4ond In.
tlon. HI. Mrs. 8. Tate, Hood Illver Heights
ror Ma e A mwd r.rm l,.um nf
weight 1100 lbs. Too light for logging. Can
be bought cheap. Apply to Oregon Lumber
-o., cimer hi hihiu uiver or nee. mr22 tf
For Snle-40 acres, across from ML Hood
ost office, mile fro t school, on main road
i acres strawberries, good house, 2 cows and
... ,a.i. .uu mi lOOIS go WHO
the place. For particulars address John
V.lllhls.. f I tin.,,, ...
" e.""'-"'j '"', win sen irom nve to M
acres at a bargain If taken now. Located 1
miles from town of Hood River. All under
uiti.mnju, auuiOH UWUUf, DOX FOrt-
k'ii,!.-lnm.ii..i.,.. i u,, . .
sell, and will sell at your own price a piece, of
land with Iioiiha u ml h. i ... .1 n
miles from Hood River. If you wsnt to buy
at your own price address Box .Tft3. Hood
Uiver Dnwun .. ..
- . - - ai j-in.i
A Mia i Four room house, uantrv and h,.i
ot Mix l: fi, nice lawn and city water. Price
-nu. g.n.1 uown uaiance on terms. Inuulreof
Roy F. I lean. Ill2(,
For SaleJ75 per acre. Twenty-four acres, a
,c ,c Darren is'lllHll nouse. In
3,ul,r,:.',".K- M- V.mP' Hooi Klver- Ore., or O
0. Hill, L'orvallis, Ore. Mlti
For Sale-A one-horse farm wagon, paint
not on the wheels, nearlv nw wTu k
cheap. A ISo a good set of double harness. E
Dinfiuru, niK'siora store. m!7
Wanted To sell nr trade .ii,, ..i...
piauu ir nuy aoitars cash, or for
cow chickens, or groceries. Address Mrs. W.
J. Thompson. Dee, Wasco county, Oregon. ml7
Wantd-To hire a sMimp puller by the day.
E. L. Kleiner, R. F. 1). No. 1. m 10
Wanted Beea Keen I f Vol, hir an.. 1
tnaell nleusa nrli. V?
. ., v. . luB Muuerstgnea,
stating kind of bees, nninberofcolon ea mW
etc. W. W. Dukln. Hood River n, T,!
Wanted To let contrat to cut im
'"! l "w for l per cord. J. M. Sprigs.
Wanted.! young ladv to set nt .1.1
and do collecting. Apply lo L. O. Morgan's
offlce, Oak and fourth its, Phone t-Wl. a'
Wanled til flail nr Tm.l. T . . .
and -Hlx too. one six-room house and lotir-rooni
cottage with fiuit on place. Box i'nM, Hiaal
Wanted 4 mlrlrll ou., n,UK .... .. .
Call it Ulacier office: '
n ve ml lea nut !4.hH ..j . .
U'linlul IA nhlu KM
ilur, htdm and fnr. Call or addrg' oL1!
Wanted o:d rnbbera. I win k- i u
River every Saturday. Call on or address u
C. Easterly, Hotal River, r f d 2. ,uare.u-
Wlinled- Fanillv In mnva n . -
board niHiiHrr. Work ftir mao part of thi
tllllft 4'jsti hV nmm nf lanrl f..- -l-L a. .
Cmirnt Clfy Fruit Co. tiood Kiver. mU
f 0 Ii WHM I Oiler at an diner M
ftr tnrormatton lading lo th nrrpni ,! woI
vlction nf ihe Durtv or ittniMvhn..nAi....
ly cut down trees In my orchard betwiaa)
ai-vru nun eaiiu nuoirr, r.U.amar. M 16
Rtilhi Inr SrTir I kn tn knii.
f - ; tC i "'""'"it me use of
ervtce.,f. i alo do debomlng at e pr
" Ksasaa-j a lauia, .1UIIH JrilUUO(. KiV-QOVl
Department or the Interior, United States
Land Offlce. The Dalles, Oregon, Msreb 10,
1MM.-A sufficient contest affidavit having
been filed In this offlce by Andy M. Beatty,
contestant, against homestead entry No. 12XW,
made March 10, 1MB, for NE1, section 29,
township I, south, range 10 E. W. M., by
James F. Walt, con Uw tee. In which It la
alleged that said James F. Walt bat entirely
abandoned said entry for six montns last
past and that there are no Improvements
thereon: that said alleged absenoe was not doe
to his employment In the army, navy or ma
rine corps of the United States In time of war.
Said parties are hereby notfied to appear, re
spond and offer evldenoe touching said alle
gation at 10 o'clock a. m. on May i, IW, before
George T. Pratber, a U.S. Commissioner, at
his office In Hood River, Oregon, and that
dnal hearing will be held at 10 o'clock s. m.
on May 11, ltsKI, before the Register and
Receiver at the United States Land Office
In The Dalles, Oregon.
The said contestant having, in proper af! da
vit, tiled February 27. 1909, set forth facta
which s'iow that after due dilllgenc personal
service of this notice cannot be made. It is
hereby ordered and directed that such notice
be given by due publication.
MICHAKL T. NOLAN,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United States 1-aud Offlce, Tbe Dalles, Ore
gon, March 17, IK!. Notice is hereby given
that in compliance with the provisions of tbe
A. tof Congress of June t lie,, entitled "An
Act for the sale ofTimber Land in the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington
Territory," as extended to all tbe public land
tales by act of August 4, 192, the following
named persons nave on this day tiled n this
office their sworn statements, Ui-wlt:
JOHN A. KUMFOKD,
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, sworn statement No. IM&t, for tbe pur
chase of Ihe NKH y ana Lot 8, section S3,
township 2 north, range 9 east, and Lots 2 and
3, section 4, township l north, range t east,
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state or
Oregon, swora statement No. 2H53, lor the pnr
chaae ol the S N W, N-.Vi4 BW and Lot
W IM norm, range v cast.
That they will offer proofs to show that tbe
land sought is more valuable for the timber
or stone thereon than lor agricultural pur
poses, and to establish their claims to said
lands belore the Register and Receiver at the
Land Offlce In The Dalles, Oregon, on May .
1 hey name the following witnesses: John
A. Rumlord. Patrick Hart, and Louis H.
Campbell, of Portland, Oregon; C. L. Morse
and William K. Rand, of Hoou River,
Any and all Dersonsclalmlnflr adversely an v
of the above described lands are requested to
file their claims In this office on orleiore the
said 2titb day of May, 1906.
uia-msi michak.lt. INOLAIS, lleglster.
Timber Land Act. June 1. 1871.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
ITnllwt Hlnlu, t .aJ nAu Tl.- .... I l. u
. ....v.. ......... ..a.IU v., .Li mSMIICS, vr
gon, Feb. 13, 1906.-Notloe Is hereby given that!
in compliance with the Drovialona nf tha as
of congress of June 8. 1878, entitled "An set for
ine saie ui iimuer tanas in tne ststes or Cali
fornia, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Ter
ntory." as extended to all tha untitle land
states by act of August 4, 1892, Mary E. Tick
ner, of Portland, county of Multnomak, stats ef
Oregon, has this day tiled in this office bar swora
Statement No. 2KU. for tha nueehaa af tha VWU
of Section No. 34. in Township No. 2N . Range
, w.at., and will offr proof te shew that
the land sought is more valuable far its tisnbar ar
atone than for agricultural purposes, and te es
tablish her claim to said land before the Regut-T
and Receiver it The Dalies. Oregon, en the 21st
dsy of May. 19116.
She names as witnesses: Fred Frautsekr, ef
Hood River, Oregon, i. F. Besson. of Hood River
Oregon. Niles C. Olson, of Portiaad. Oracoa. L
L. 1 ickner. of Portland, Oregon.
Any and all neraona elavimtnr adversalv tha
above described lands are requested te lite
men eiaiius in mis ornce on or before tee saia
21st day of May 1806.
CHAEL T.NOLAN. Register.
Denartrnent of the tnlarlnp lTnltu.1 ill-la
Land Office, The Dalles, Oregon, March W,
1906. A sufficient contest affidavit bavlng
been tiled In lliiskiffloeby Alcern H.TIniley.
contestant.agalnat homestead entry No. 126!,
made May?S, luo.'l, fur lota 1 and NEV,
sec. 3, tp. 1 b, range , E. W. M., by Willie 3.
carrier, contesiee, in wnicn It Is allege that
said Willie O. Carrier bas railed to establish
his realdnce or make any improvements
upon said land, having totally abadnoned the
same for the period of two years last past;
that said alleged abaencewaa not due to hta
employment in the armv. navv nr marina
corps of the United states in time of war.
Bald parties are hereby notified to appear,
respond, and offer evldenoe touching said
allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on May i, IMS,
before the Heiiater and Receiver at tha ifnllad
States Land office In the Dalles, O regno.
The said contestant having, la a proper aB
davlt. Died March 24, ItKW, set forth facts
which show that aiter due diligence personal
service of this notice can not be made, II ie
hereby ordered and directed that sueb settee
be given by due and proper publication.
aucuA&Ll, 1. -sOLAN,
B. S. Pagne, Oregon lan Building, Portland,
vie, a,ijr. lorcontaaiiuu
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
ft stir awl 0.au 1 I arAaM sm -v . a
Anril H IttkC lsJ; v i :JTI? .k .V7
followm named MtOer bm &cd notic oi hit In
tafJMtMMI ta ana La. l t I . a I . !
. . T fn. in sm.jkjt. t nia riaoB
IVi tha Saaiwl -a.;ll W- J. a t . 1.
""s Receiver at The Dalies. Oregon en June
HENRY L. HOWE
2t,!1!?d,?iT!?r',0r,,n- on H. E. No. 8740, for the
SE'.Nt.SW'.NE'4. NW'.SE! aad NE(,SWi
See. 8, Tp. 1. N., R 1L E.. W. M
He names the following witnesses to prove hie
eontmous residence upon and cultivation of aaal
ind, Xi.,,ohn-We,t' Hood River. Oregon.
Eratl D. West; of Hood River. Oregon. William H .
Davis of Hood River. Oregon. Jena W. Davis, ef
Hood River, Oregon.
MICHAEL T.NOUlN. Register.
Notice Is hereby given to the public and all
dealers In goods that Ike a-t.te of RobaJ.
1 u. ker will not be responsible for any lndeb
edneas Incurred, or be liable on any eon tract
made by and with any persons other than the
;?KniIn,.,'lrt,", H' i F-rsone
otherwise contracting or furnishing gnods,
wares o mercbandlse will do so at Uarl own
risk. j. u. frary, Administrator.