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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1907)
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THURSDAY, FEB. 14, 1907.
Some of our exchanges are coming
with half sheets or part of the paper
blank thin week, as they were unable
to get their supply of teady printa
Good judges predict a yield of
million doliari from the placers in
the neighborhood of Grant's Pass this
season. If Rogue Kiver cannot beat
Hood Kiver on apples, she can dig up
the dust all right. Oregonian.
Our senior representative (t) in the
legislature has succeeded in getting
the poitage toad bill passed in the
senate, which pledges the state to pay
$00,000 for the benefit of The Dalles
by extending the portage road to that
place. It is hoped that the house will
see ths nigger in the woodpile and
turn it down.
The bill for the creation of Cascade
county was killed in the senate Fri
. day afternoon by trickery. The com
mittee looking after our interests re
lied too muoh on the pledged word of
the chairman of the senate committee
on counties, and found out to olate
tint be wilfully and maliciously lied
to them. After promising that the
committee would not report the bill
until this week, and enough of our
friends had gone home, they reported
the bill in the closing hours of the
senate, with barely a majority pres
ent, for indefinite postponement. The
report was carried by a majority of
' two present, and the bill killed. Tbo
senator who Hood Klvei eleoted must
have been in desperate straita when
be was anwllling to make a fair fight,
but .'must needs stoop to dirty politics
and stab us in the back. The fact is
he did not dare allow it to oome to a
rote, if he could prevent it. The out
oome is unfortunate, as it simply
postpones the matter, while the feel
ing against The Dalles and the high
banded metbds grows. It is not to
the business interests of the present
county seut to prolong the fight, and
political iuttrestsill likewise suffer.
Hood Kiver Is getting stronger every
year, and will organize solid for coun
ty dlvUlon above all other politcal
The report of the secretary of the
Grand Junction Fruit Growers' asso
ciation, recently published, is of Im
portance to Hood liiver growers, in
sofar as it shows the net returns for
fruit in tliat section, where land is
selling at twice and three times as
much as it is here, and also the ex
tent of the business handled by that
Shipments of fruit for the
. aggregated 807,2.00 packages, or 28,
805,828 pounds, equal to 1152 oars Of
25,000 pounds each, 1017 oars by
freight and the balance by express
and local freight. The total amount
paid to growers was 555,813.44.
Of this amount the apple crop
amounted to over 214,000 boxes. The
average received for the taucy apples
was $1.01 per box, 50 cents for choice,
and 45 cents tor half boxes. Com
pared with Hood River, our average
prloe for the entire output of com
mercial apples was $1.49, while the
average for the fanoy grades, com
pared with the Colorado prices, will
The actual average returns from a
whole district is the best proof of the
net profits made in growing apples,
and uo apple growiug seotiou has yet
made returns that will equal those
from tlood Kiver. The Colorado fruit
section is much older than this, and
land values have gone up there until
the price of lnnd s much higher than
it is here. It is but an indication of
what may be expected .here, as time
passes, and we continue t make the
best profits from apple raising on our
laud. In no instance have any of the
other apple growing sections any ad
vantage over Hood River in aoil,
climate, transportation facilities or
eoenio attraction. Hood Kiver still
holds the lead, and will continue to
BILL TO CREATE
HOOD RIVER COUNTY
Tuesday there was iutroduoed in
the house a bill by Representative
Moore to oreate Hood liiver county.
Our ti lends in the legislature art
willing Unit we should get a fair
show, and the now bill iutroduoed is
the result The terms of the bill are
substantially the same as iu the Caa
cade enmity bill tlmt was killed in
the senute last Friday. We are not
yet whipped, and nut Li on but a vote
in the two brunches of the legislature
will cotiviuue us. Hood Kiver is iu
the Unlit, and will see it through to
the fluinh. We have not yet reached
the quitting point, even for this ses
sion uf tbo legislature.
A liquid cold relief with a laxative
principle which drives out the cold
through a copious action of the bow
els, and a hoHing'priucipewhich ling
era iu the throut a id stops the cough
that is Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup. Sate and wine iu its action;
pleasant to taUe; and conforms to Na
tional Pure Food and Drug law.
Contains no opiate. Sold by Keir &
A Sttch la Time
will save nine. 80 will a bottle of Bal
lard's lloreliouud Syrup always kept on
hand save many a spell o( sickness. A
sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis
and Whooping Cough. Mrs. S . Hot
Springs, Ark. writes: "I keep a bottle
of Ballard's lloreliouud Syrup in my
medicine chest, and thank my fore
thought many times. It has prevented
many severe spells of sickness." Sold
by Cuas. N. Clark.
Men's Shoes, valued
up to $5. Special $2.98
Men's $1.25 Under
. wear for - - 83c
for rien ,
Ladies white pique collars, hemstitched around
bottom and down front and back. Velvet colars
trimmed with satin, also linen collars with fancy
embroidered designs. Sold regularly at 25c iC
Special price Wl
Ladies fast black cotton hose,
spliced heel and to, has a
Price the pair
TO PREVENT FALSE
LABELING OF FRUIT
The passage of the Perkins biLL re
quiring that all fruit offered for ship
ment shall bear the name and address
ct the grower and also of the packer,
baa for its object the prevention of
fraud. While the provisions of the
bill may entail additional labor 00
growers and shippers la bos time,
yet it may serve to pot a stop to the
Dotting out of interior trail as troll
frown iu a locality with reputation be
hind It. There will be leas inferior
fruit marketed and sold as Hood Kiv
er grown, and each locality will bare
to stand on its own merits.
Hood River has a reputation to
maintain that mast be strictly gusrd
ed. The new law Is a step In the
ight direction, and one in which the
bjecu are 10 neip localities wmon
are striving to make a reputation, aa
so without having to suffer from the
marketing of a poorer grade falsely
labeled. Hood River needa this pro
tection, aud it is thought that the
new law will serve this object.
The Willamette valley aud otbei lo
calities which claim they can taise
"just as good" fruit at Hood River,
oan now put out.tbelr own brandsIn
fact, will have to do so and cau make
their own reputations in an open
market without help or hindrance. As
a commercial proposition, there it
really but one test of merit, and that
is the net returns. It It but just to
all partiea that fruit should be put
out honestly packed and that the la
bel on the package should state just
what that package contains. The buy
er who is willing to pay a premium
to get Hood River fruit it lawfully
entitled to get fruit that waa grown
in Hood Kiver and not somewhere
else. It be prefers fruit grown In
some other locality, tne law win pro
tect him in bia purchase.
Honestly earned reputations ehould
not be made to tatter by falsely la
belled goods, neither should other lo
calities which are striving to make
reputations for themselves be hindered
in their laudable undertaking.
Following la the text of the law:
Section 1. Any person, firm, asso
ciation or corporation engaged la
growing, telling or packing green
fruits of any kind within the state of
Oregon, tball be required, upon pack
ing any tuob fruit for market, wheth
er Intended for tale within or.without
the state of Oregon, to stamp, mark
or label plainly on the outside of ev
ery box or package of green fruit to
packed the name and poatoffloe ad
dress of the person, Dim. association
or corporal itn packing the tarn. Pro
vided, further, that when the grower
of tuob fruit be other than the. packer
of the same, the name and postoHJoe
address of tuob grower shall also
prominently appear upon tuob box or
package aa the grower of tuob fruit.
Section 2. It tball be unlawful for
any dealer, commission merchant,
shipper or vendor, by meant of any
false representations whatever, either
verbal, printed or written, to lepre
sent or pretend that any fruits men
tioned in section 1 of tbia act were
raised or produoed or packed by any
person or corporation, 01 In any lo
cality other than by the person or
oorpoiation, or in the locality where
the same were in fact raised, produo
ed or packed, as th case may be.
Section 3. If any dealer, commis
sion merchant, shipper, vendor or
other person shall have In bia posses
sion any of such fruitt to falsely
marked or labelled oontrary to the
provisions of section 1 ot this aot,
the possession by such dealer, com
mission merchant, shipper, vendor or
other person, of any tuob fruits to
falsely marked or labeled shall be pri
ma facie evidence that such dealer,
commission merobi nt, shipper, ven
dor or other peison hat to falsely
marked or labeled tuob fruits.
Section 4. Any person violating
any ot the provisions of this aot aball
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and, upon conviction thereof, shall
be punished by a flue of not less than
$5 nor more than $500 or by Imprison
ment in the county jail not less than
ten nor more than 100 days, or by
both suob Que and imprisonment, at
the discretion ot the court.
Ringer Hermann's Trial Commence.
Washington, D. C. s Feb. 12.-TU
trial ot Representative Blnger Her
mann oommenoed at 10 o'clock today
before Justice Stafford, in criminal
oourt No. 1. Hermann waa uresent
with hit counsel. A. a Wortblnston
ana Presoot Uately. The latter it hit
To Mr. and Mrs. II,
J. Smith, Feb
H. Hicks, Jan-
ruary 4, a boy.
lo Mr. and Mrt. J.
nary 27, a boy.
leather or gon
metal Oxfords in
the latest Spring
The very snapyest
sty lee may be
found in oar wide
ranee of ladies'
$1.40 to $3.00
Men's extr.t heavy weight wool
gloves, mad- with reinforced finger
tips. All colors and any size. Trice
Odds and ends of children's velvet
slippers, fsi 'y Heece lining. Sold
regularly at ((125 8pi rial price 9SC
Boys' Sweaters in plain or fancy col
ors. Most all sizes a bargain at the
regular price 60c. Special only 37c
Olds and ends of Men's Madras,
Percale or Gingham shirts. Hold
regulary at 50c. To close out special
made with a high
PRIMARY LAW TO
Salem, Feb. 12 Any change in the
primary law waa allied iu the senate
Tneaday by the Indefinite postpone
aaent of two bills, by Bailey, of Mult
nmah, one providing fur tbe election
at primaries of delegates to atate con
ventions called to elect delegates to
national convention and porclaim
garty platforma; tbe other changing
tatement No. 1 for the election uf
United Statea senators so that mem
bers of tbe legislature might pledge
themselves to vole tor their party's
ohoioe and not for tbe people's
lb first bill was killed by a vote of
18 to 11 and tbe seoond bill by vote of
2) to 8.
Debate on tbe Statement No. 1 bill
grew sharp. Bowerman detected an
omission from the first bill which
would not only have exempted county
elections from the operation ot the
primary law, bat would have disjoint
ed the primary law. The first bill
amended tection 2 of tbe law, the first
part of which it purported to repeal,
but in tbe clause subjecting nomina
tion! to the law. it read "A primary
nominating election aball be held sub
ject to tbe provisions of this law for
senator in oongrest and all other
elective atate, distriot, precinct, city,
wara ana ail otnei otuoers," leaving
out "county", wnion la contained In
the existing law.
uauey aald ue omission was an
oversight and not Intentional, and
offered to correct it, but Nottingham
moved indefinite postponement, and
against Bailey 'a opposition the mo
tion oarried. At the bill repealed all
parts of tbe primary law In conflict
with it. Bowerman aald the Drlmarv
law wooia nave oeeen disjointed.
The next bill then came up and
XMOtiingbam moved Indefinite post
ponement of tblt also. Bailey. Wheal
don and Beach sought to save the bill
from tbe oemetery. and Nottingham,
Bingham and Malarkey tried to send
It there. Bailey argued that the bill
would proteot party integrity against
disintegration toroet that cai recent
ly affile ted the republican party.
Ckaoaey R, Potters, Jr., Passes Away.
Chauncy'R. Potter, jr., died at the
resldenoe Of bia parents In Hood Riv
er Friday, February 8, aged 18 years,
3 montba and 25 days.
The deceased came her with his
oarenta over a veu iin from Rhnltnn.
WHsh., having moved to that place tbe
year previous from JKIoevilJe, Iowa.
The young man was In the employe of
Ira Aloorn In tbe meat market, but
the Jaat few months began to decline,
having conti acted consumption, tbe
result of a aevere cold contracted
while working on a dining oar. He
wat well liked by all who knew him,
and tbe bereaved parentt have tbe
aympatby of tbtir friends in their be
reavement. The body waa embalmed by S. E.
Bartmeaa, but owing to the blockade
it could not be taken back to Iowa
for burial until Tneaday. Tbe entire
family concluded to go baok to Rice
villa, where they expect to remain. .
flo4 River Hill Short of Wheat.
Manager Oeasling, of tbe Hood Riv
er Milling (Jo, statedyesteiday that
be would be glad to pay a dollar a
busuel lor 3.0U0 bushels of wheat, if
he oould have it at onoe. Before the
blockade be waa unable to get sutbo
lent wheat on aooount ot oars, aud
now tne upoaane ciancb of tbe O. K.
& N. it tied up on account of wash
outs end no trains are moving. Ihey
get most of their wheat from the Pa
louse ooantry, and while tome wheat
can be bad from the main line, yet it
it not the kind that it used by the
Has Resumed Dairy Ronte.
W. 8. Boorman, whose family have
had typhoid fever, has resumed con
trol of his dairy after it having been
four weeks in charge of other parties.
Mr. Boormau resumed his work after
tbo oughly fumigating bia premises
and taking otbei bygienio precautious
under supervision of bis physician.
Tbe family have recovered, the latest
oase being taken borne from tbe Cot
tage hospital two weeks ago.
"Bee's Laxative Cough Syrup, con
taining Honey and Tar is especially ap
propriate for children, no opiates or
poisons of any character, conform!) to
the conditions of the National Pure
Food and Drug Law, June 30, 1906. For
Croup, Whooping Cough, etc. It ex
pella Coughs and Cold by gently moving
the bowels. Guaranteed. Sold by
Keir A Cast, Druggists..
The Place to
Commencing Tuesday, Feb. 19, and for One Week Only,
Ladies' $3.50 Short Coats, - $1.98
Ladies' $4.00 Skirts for - $2.00
Sale of Skirts Ends February 19th
We are Never Undersold
Our White Pine Cough Medicine
Combines the therapeutics of a perfect
expectorant and demulcent, soothing
the irritated bronchial tubes and keep
ing the throat clear, thereby relieving
so far as any medicinal agency can,
the distressing conditions caused by
coughs and sore throat. 25c and 50c
At the Williams Pharmacy
HALL & ESSON, Proprietors
Notice is hereby "given that on the
7th day of February, 1907, a warrant
was regularly issued by tbe recorder
of the City of Hood Kiver and to me
directed aud delivered and command
ing to forthwith ad vet Use the proper
ty mentioned and described in said
warrant agdinst which the assessment
for tbe cost of construction of Section
No. 1 of tbe sewer system of tbe City
of Hood Kiver waa made, and to aell
said property of tuob part thereof aa
can be sold separately to advantage,
sutlioient to pay tuob delinquent as
sessments, together with interests,
costs and disbursements, in the man
ner provided by law, and to return
the proceeds of each sale to tbe city
treasurer of said City of Hood Kiver.
Tbe following la a list iu tabular
form ot said delinquent assessments
and describes each assessment which
is delinquent, givet tbe name of tbe
preson to whom assessed, and tbe
particular description of tbe property
assessed, and the amount of tbe aa-
sessmenl thereon now due, which are
us follows, to-wit:
Towoom Petcriptlon Assessment
Assessed of Property Due ,
O. A. Rlnehart, lot 1, block J, A. 8. Blow-
era AiKimoii u Mooa Kiver sty ou
Hood River I'avelopment Co,, lot M,
K1.U.L- " 1 1 ..,.,1 iUH ft m
I1UU 111,1:1 r..rv.
N. Evan, trustee, lot 6, block iW, Hood
mver proper..,,. .. ow
Hnme lt 21, block 36, Hood River
Proper , t 00
Same I Ait a, block 8, Waucoina
Paik 6 00
Hood Kiver Light, Power A Water Co.,
tmi. oi lot z, uioca t, 1J1 reel, a. a, mow
ers' Addition S JO
Therefore, uuder and in pursuance
of said said warrant for the purpose
of satisfying tbe assessments men
tioned in said warrant, 1 will on the
Kith day of Mtirch, 1907, at the hour
of 10 o'clock a. m., at tbe front door
of tbe city ball, in the City ot Hood
Kiver, in Wasco county, state of Ore
gon, proceed to sell at pubilo auction
to the highest bidder for cash in hand
the several tiaots and paroels ot land
above mentioned or so "much thereof
as can be sold separately to advantage
sullloieut to pay such delinquent as
sessments together with interest, costs
Dated at Hood Kiver, Oregon, this
7th day of February, 1907.
Marshal of tbe city of Hood River.
Death of Railroad Employe.
Albert Stares, seed about 26 Tears.
died at the linod Kiver hospital of
Hi ight's disease on Monday. The de
ceased waa an operator at Colfax.
Wash., for the O. K. & N.. and waa
on bia way to Portland for treatment.
ibe road was blocked Sunday on ao
oount of the wreck, ao he waa taken
to the Hood Kiver hospital, bia con
dition being serious. His death oo
ourred tbe following day.
3, it. iiartmes bad charge of tne re
mains, aud he-wai notined to send
tbe body to the parents at Blandford,
newrounrJiand. which was done. An
uncle in Seattle waa notined.
Mi-n's heavy weight wool sox in blue,
brown or gray, has long ribbed leg
and double heel and toe. Price, 25C
Children's fai-t biitck lienvy cotton
hi se, double heel and toe. A good
school hose. Price Q
Men's huts, ull good styles and mo-t
all sizes, hats valued up to $2 00.
To close out the lot we have reiuced
them to a rediculously low price.
16x16 Men's Silk Handkerchiefs
Hemstitched and have one-inch hem.
Initial embroidered in the corner.
Read of Reeds and Bamboo Stuff
We have never seen any household that had too many
comfortable chairs. We have a fine assortment and
would be pleased to show them. See our display of
Reed and Bamboo Furniture
...NEW GOODS AND LATEST DESIGNS...
S. E. BARTMESS.
S. E. BARTMESS,
Undertaker and Embalmer.
FOR OREGON AND WASHI NGTON
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
E. GOLDSMITH, Prop.
from Depot on Trincipal
HOOD RIVElt, OREGON
ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED
Conducted First Class with
Second Class Kates
When in Town MaKe Yourself at Home
Taken np-Cow and calf. Calf about four
weeks old, the cow about aix years old, lias
upper slot In the right ear and rowlock on
the right hip. 0-'. r white and roan, but
mostly white. Half of one bora broken
oft. Owner can nave same by paying charges.
Paul Aubert, ML Hood, Oregon J.il ui7
Boys' $1.35 Shoes $1.23
Ladies' $1.65 and $2.25
Velvet Slippers - $1.37
Ladies' Golf Glove
green, red, etc., all
Ladies' Reindeer-Finish glnvrt-,
perfect imitation of Mocba,
i ome in colors such as white,
light or dark brown, black etc.
All sizes. Price the pair
Don't be a Knocker
Come Buy a Rocker
Here is Your Chance
to buy land and make
the crops pay for it.
v) acres. 1& acres cleared ready for
trees. Balance partly clearad. $7,000.
w acres. 7 acres cleared ready for
trees. Balance partly cleared. $4,000.
w acres, including valuable
40 acres, including valuable water
All this land is within five miles of
town on banks of Hood River nnder the
ditch, sheltered from wind. Kicli soil
for apples, early berries or hay. Two
or more tracts can be sild together or
farther subdivided. Easy terms and
lonn time given.
Enquire of OR. J. F. WATT.
sizes and a
Children's fleece-lined, Derby-ribbed, cream color
underwear, a warm winter garment. 0
Price the garment sv
Ladies' Ribbed-top narrowed ankle hose, heavy
weight and seamless, double heel and OC
toe. Price the pair ul
W. B. STROWBRIDQE
Paper Hanging and Tinting a Specialty
Reisdence next to Second Hand Store
For Hale or Trade Town property, house
and four lota, for apple land. Odell property
preferred. Enquire E. 8. Mahaney. . jifgin
For Bale Horse. 4 yean old, sound and
gentle. Weight 1200 pouuda. O. D. Eatlnger,
For Bale, A good Jersey milch eow. Giv.
Ing milk now. C. E. Rogers, Menominee, Ore,
For Hale Oladlola bulbs now ready, SOe, 60o
and 75 per docen. A few more white Wyan
dotte cockerel left at 12 and $i. J. W. Fletcher,
Oakdale. . ntt
For Hale A good milch cow. Address J. U.
True, Cascade Locks, Ore. 17-2)1
Wood for Sale Pine wood, 18 Inch length,
leave ordcra at 8. J.Frauk'a. . jn-114
For sale A young mare. Standard bred,
weight, 10U0 pounds. Price 125. A. 8. Wow.
Hay for sale. J. O'Conn ir, Dukes Valley.
FREE WOOD-W1U lve pine saplings for
wood for the cutting. P. U. Henrlchs. J17
For Bale One-half dozen fancy Brown Leg
horn cockerel. Birds Irom prir.e taking pens.
Best laying strains. J. L. Carter, Flume, 12W
Wan ted-Man to work on an apple ranch
the rent of the seaxon. Comfortable house to
live In. Married man preferred. Apply to
Henry Avery, Eggermoul, Hood . Kiver, Ore
Wanted Gentleman or lady to travel tor
mercantile boune of large capital. Territory
at home or abroad to suit. If desirable ths
home may be used as headquarters. Weekly
salary of I1.00U per year and expenses. Ad
dress Jos. Alexander, Corvalls, Ore. f Mmii
Wanted Three salesmen for our new
county, township and railroad surveys of
Oregon. These surveys are a splendid com
pilation of facts, ti-ures and drawings, and of
wonderful value. Counties and towns are
fully Indexed, and populations of each are
given; railroads plainly shown and dis
tances between all stations also shown: con
gressional districts outlined, numbered and
populations given. Other features too nu
merous to mention. A splendid opportunity
for energetic men. Rand, McNally A Co.,
f!4 Chicago, ill.
Girl Wanted To do general housework.
Permanent employment. Apply to L. U.
Wanted Good cows by W. A. Johnsen, R
F. D. No. 2. jan23
Wanted A second hand subsoil low.
State maker and price. A. T. Baetbam, Ma
ster, Oregon. J24.fl4
Wanted.-Blds will be received nntil ten
days from date for 90 cords of 4-foot fir wood.
C. H. Vaughn, School District Ho. 8.
Wanted Gentleman or ladv to travel for
Mercantile house of large capital. Territory
at borne or abroad to suit. If desirable the
home may be used as headquarters. Weekly
salary of $1,000 a year and expenses. Address
Jos. A. Alexander, Hood River, Oregon. 16-28
Wanted At Cottase Hosnltal. Mood River
girls over twenty years to train as nurses
Appiy in person or by letter to Miss Grace
layior, oupi. or AUOle j. Mills, Matron. Jau28
Lost and Found
Lost-Gold locket watch charm. Initial W.
engraved on inside. Finder please leave at
Ml Hood Hailroad depot. fl4ml4
Loat-Knvelope containing a ring. Mrs.
Clyde Scrlbuer, Underwood, Ore., on envelope.
Finder please leave at D. McDonald's store.
Lost-Red bald faced steer.
TO Kent Ttt-I1 ftimlaltari wma in 1a 1 . U
housekeeping privilege If desired. Inquire at
Uanna bouse opposite McDonald store.
Estrav Black .TnraeV hplfpr m,iin nh
white switch and white rlnff above switch.
No marks or brands. J. Ci Porter. East Hide.
n.. j ....... ao ucicuj glVtSU HIM UU IU.
28th day of February, four weeks from date of
this Issue (Feb. 7). the following described an
imal will be sold at public auction, at my
KntlM-HAtln. I. )..!.. L ...... . L -
years old steer. Right ear clipped and left ear
P''t- L. M. Baldwin.
r,n,c i wive iub agency ior ine .Niagara
Hnrnver inrl slut tukl.u i...i...u r..- iimA
Vnm D.I. T 1. .. . I . .. .
sulphur solution spraying material. Give
me your orders.
. Woodworm. n2-20
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, United States
imuu uuii, i ue uaues, ure., j iu. zz, iyu7.
Notice Is hereby given that
HILDRETH R. KNYTIKH.
of Mosler, Oregon, has filed notice of hlsln-
Vnt nnlnmuiAtlnal H .... r t
" . - . . . . . . .. vrti ,iuui in ,ur
r ... ...wiim, rift; tiniiiesieau entry nu.
&02, made June sft, 1901, for lot 1, SENVW
-11 v.1'- "wuiui luwnsmp x norm,
range u k., w. M., and that sad proof will be
mane Iwfr.ra t ha W .... i . i ii ; . m....
uallea, Oregon, on March 1st, 1907.
He names the 7ollowlng witnesses to prove
his continuous reaiitence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, vis.: Vincent 0. Young,
Albert Norder, John P. tSnyder and George
Hlgler, all of Mosler, Oregon.
. MICHAEL T. NOLAN.