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THUKSDAY, MAY 14, 1903. The people on the East Side now have a good easy grade into town, and one of the beet pieces of roadbed in Waaco county. This is all due to the enterprise of. the East Side farmers. Last winter $1000 in caBh subscriptions was pledged chiefly by the farmers, with some assists ance from the merchants of the town, for road improvements. The Wasco county court had previously agreed to appropriate funds equal to the subscrip tions, but when the gentlemen who com prise the county court saw the subscrip tion list of the East Side farmers the pile was too big for them, and the county road fund for this section of Hood River was cut down to $500. Some $900 has been expended on the hill grade, and a considerable amount of the subscription fund is yet to be called in. We don't think that a more enterprising lot of farmers can be found anywhere. When they want good roads they build them, out of their own pockets if necessary. Most of the East Side orchards which bore b6 heavily last fall are not so plen tiful with bloom this spring, and the younger trees just coming into bearing will have to supply a big part of the apple ciop. Although the orchards may not bear so heavily this year, the fruit will be of finer quality. Hon. E. L. Smith, president of the state board of horticulture, is of the opinion that by permitting large crops to mature the vi tality of the trees are too severely taxed by excessive bearing. Thinning apples is a big job but it pays. The matured fruit is not only larger, but it stands to reason that the life of the tree is pro longed. M. M. Hill did thorough work in thinning his young orchard last year, and he reports that out of 400 boxes of apples less than half a dozen were five tier apples. Thin your apples. The day of the slipshod careless fruit grower who knows no reason for any thing he does and who trusts to luck in everything is fast passing just as the day of the light-weight and the crook in the market is steadily coming to an end under the strong lime light of publicity, says. the Chicago Packer. The grower of the future must know the "how" of the business if he is to succeed, and that "how" must not only cover the growing, picking, packing and marketing of his product, but must go further he must know how to turn every part of his pro duction into profit. In plain English he must make of growing a business and give it the same attention a merchant gives to his business. The grower who does not will be forced out of the deal an.d will have to adopt some other call ing for an existence. The Wheeler county grand Jury ex hibited their good sense, says the Moro Observer, by reporting to the court that "We have not examined the books of the county officials for the reason that we are not expert book-keepers and could not make any satisfactory exam ination of same." That's better than if they bad made the stereotyped re port, "We have examined the county books and find them .to be neatly and correctly kept," when as a matter of fact they knew nothing about it. Grand juries should not be expected to report on a matter that only an expert ac countant Is capable of handling. But they should employ an expert to find errors, wheu the county court neglects to do so, knowing full well that dis crepancies do exist. No. 4 of volume 3 of the Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society has reached our table. It contains a chap ter on the Early Railroad History of Oregon by Joseph Gaston, an old news paper mau, at one time editor of the Oregon Statesman; History of the Press of Oregon from 1839 to 1850, by George H. Himej; an article on "The Archives of Oregon," by Prof. F. O. Young, ed Itor of the Quarterly; Documents relat ing to the Organization of Early Immi gration Parties; Review of "Tho Con quest,'' the True Story of Lewis and Clark; and a sketch of the "Historians of the Northwest," by William A. Mor ris. Every article has a distinct his torical vulue, and the Quarterly de serves a place in every library in the state. Read the water company's notice in another column. There may be some thing there of interest to you. If these regulations are carried out there should be plenty of water this summer for everybody. Don't think when stealing water that it's one on the' company. Your neighbor's faucet may be dry. The May number of the Pacific Monthly is fully up, to the high stand ard maintained by that energetic West ern magazine. It presents a variety ol interesting articles, dealing with sub jects that cannot but appeal to every westerner, sua the illustrations aie many and inot attractive. Portland grocer) men brand strawber ries "Hood River" ten days before ship ments are made to that city from Hood river. And a poet once asked "What's in a name?" It is rumored now that the Northern Pacific has given up the idea of building a line down the north bank of the Co lumbia, the company having received track privileges from the O. R. & N. Take a drive into the valley and set the many improvements, the growing orchards and big strawberry fields. Ii w ill make you feel good. With its issue of May fi, 1903, the Gol dendale Sentinel completed its 25th vol ume, having been established foraquar ter of a century. O. M. McKinney of Chicago, genera immigration agent of the Harriman rail road lines, has written to the Oregon in formation bureau requesting 500,001 booklets entitled, "Oregon aud ita Re sources." Owing to the greatly increased interest taken by people of the Middle West in the Pacific coast states and especially in Oregon, there is a great de mand for literature telling of the won derful resources of the state. Note and Comment. Porto Rico is out of debt. Before the advent of Miles and his army she was out at elbows. Laundry prices are said to be going up all over the country, but fortunately we had our shirt washed last week. The chaplain of the Pennsylvania leg islature gets six dollars a prayer but he earns it, praying for that bunch. St. Louis paid the expenses of the for eign diplomats to the dedication. They made a bigger show than a peacock farm. There is nothing the matter with Kan sas. Mot a single mortgage was fore closed in that state during the past year. This is the time of year when one wishes that the scientific gentleman who found the germ of laziness would hurry up and find the proper toxin. General Miles has carried his point at last. That Philippine report has been published and the illustrious warrior is again the subject of red hot editorials. J. Pierpont Morgan has a grievance. The British parliament didn't ask his permission to discuss the right of the shipping combine to fly the British flag. After going into the subject in an exhaustive manner we have arrived at the conclusion that the Panama canal will not be as expensive as the Panama hat. President Roosevelt has never ridden a bicycle since his elevation to the pres idency, which goes to show that he is a bigger man than a king, for kings are often found astride of a two wheeled charger. The American Invasion is extending its scope until it is reaching the utter most parts of the earth. We hear of it in every country on the globe, and the wail is long and loud. American enter prise is too much for the slow going for eigners. Mr. Bryan has named a pet hog Mark Hanna. Now if Mr. Hanna will only name one ot his Diast lurnaces William Jennings Bryan, the country will feel that justice has been done all around, says John Fleming Wilson in the Even ing Telegram. Some Facts for Berry Growers. The undersigned buys his box shocks on Gray's Harbor because that is the only place he can get all-spruce crates ana v-scored hallocks. I am not build ing up an industry on Gray's Harbor any more than the Davidson Fruit com pany is building one up in Portland. They have already shipped here two car loads ot hallocks and one ot box snooks. all of which they claim they have made in iioou Kiver. Vou will know the box snooks when you see them they are veneered, and the hallocks are made of spruce. That cannery man from Portland will be here again. He bought the only berries that were bought here last year for canning purposes. He- also bought some tons ot cuii apples, joe Wilson Epworth League. This space will be occupied each week by Hood River chapter of the Epworth league, for notices of its meet ings, topics, names of leaders and such other matters as may be of interest. Next Sunday the exercises will be in the nature of anniversary review, t he organization hav ing completed its fourteenth year. All are cordially wel come. The league meets at 7:00 p. m. J unior League each hunday aiternoon at 2:30. Important Notice. Next week there will be an important notice concerning the sale of lots in Idlewilde Addition to Hood River. It will interest every person who contemplates buying alot or building a home m Hood River. Watch the paper for the announcement next week or, better still, call upon Prather Investment Com pany, or Geo. D. Culbertson & Co., for particulars. Acme Cement Plastering. I do Acme Cement Plastering that will last u long a me nuun sianas. Aino, cement foundations, Hee samples of work and get price, before letting cou tract. jtH FKANK PRUITT. Wanted. Reliable strawberry pickers, and on-ripe rlanced packer, to work close to Hood River. Apply to teo. 1. t'ulbertson. Hood Illver. Strawberry Piickers Wishing to work for me on thntflne 10 acre oaten ODDOolte Mm. Alma Howe's nlurw iiuum gcb uu uiy us rigui awnr. mil i . K. URIS. For Sale. Two fresh Cows, with calves, H each; onr second baud mudebaker wairon. inch. S.'.V cook stove, tlx :2-lnch Oliver chilled plow, is: 5 dot chickens, 40c each; spray pump, one vat. viupij uumi, ana an sinn ot oiner tools for ale cheap by AKTHL'R DISHROW, mlt Hood River, Or. Horse for Sale. One small riding borne, will work In har neaa, 7 years old. A bargain at fcJO. J4 M. DUM AH, Mu Hood, Or. Spring Wagon. Light running spring wagon for sale by H. F. BLYTHE. Government Land. I can locate home-peekem on government and-eood fruit land, with springs, some lth water to Irrigate; easily cleared; 12 to 11 nllea from Hood River near eoun'y mad. nil K. c M I l.Li- K, Hood River, Or. Help Wanted (V take homesteads. I have several quarter wrtionsnf rood wheal land. Call on addreat f. I. TWELDY at Hood Kiver or The Dalle, Oregon. anal The Store Shoes of All Kinds, for Lady, Gent and Child, aSpecialty Shirt Waist Sets and Beads. 8 piece pearl set, worth 2oc; our price... ...12c 4 piece pearl set, deep sea pearl, only 2.c A new lot of sash pins, from 8c up to 25c Pearl heart fstick pins, special price only.. 5c Beaded chains with pearl charms, beaded necklaces, etc., in good variety. Eibbons. We have just received our stock of llibbons about double what we have been carrying. Anything you might need in this line you can find here. Quality and price will please you. All-Over Laces. We have a large and varied assortment of all-over lace in white, cream, ecru and black, including the grape patterns. . . Men's Fancy Half Hose. We have these in any style or color you want. We have them in striped, embroider- ' ' ed, polkadot lac effect, solid colors; in fact, . anything you want at most reasonable prices. , . , f Silks. .. A nice assortment of corded wash silks only 45c per yard. We have just the kind of silk you want to make your summer jacket, Col ored silks for trimming, and shirt waists at money-saving prices. - Toilet Soap. ' . We carry a large assortment of toilet soaps .. as good as can be bought anywhere for 10c, for only 5c a cake. , Laundry soap, 2 bars " for 5c. We Are Leaders of Low Prices. Team for Sale. Gentle team, 11(10 and l Will fully ex plain good and objectionable traits of each an imal and sell them for less than their actual value. Inquire on A. 8. Dlsbrow place, 2 lllllt-B HIUIU Ul IDWII, Ol ii . 1., Il&.lVin. Seed Potatoes. Rural New Yorker No. 2, and Carmen No. 3, ioc a hock, ior tuue oy j. n. kuiikkm, Ice for Sale. Also, pasture to rent and house to rent. m28 K. W. WINANB. Lost. On streets of Hood Ulver, pnekase contain ing three pieces violet embroidery, a piece of nony emmoiuery, one piece 01 urawn tnrend work, and one piece of forget-me-not em broidery. Reward will be paid if left at the uiacier omee. m7 Bids Wanted. Bids will be received for building a school house n Rose Hill district, No. "I, until 'i o'clock P. M., June', WOK. HpeclHcallons can beseen at the house of the.distrlctelerk. The board of directors reserves the right to reject any orau mas. mabk thomas, Clerk Dint. No. 73. Berry Packers Wanted. i want to engage eignt nerry pacRers. m28 I. M. WILSON. Money to Loan. S2500 to fclOUO to loan on Imnroved Hood River real estate, gilt edge security, nt 8 cent mv n. uiiAPiiUiKK, SEEITPOTATOES. A nice lot of Burbank seed potatoes for sale oy it. t-rtitmr,. " MONEY TO LOAN. As the National Homeseekers' Association would like io place fifty tluuO contracts in Hood River In the next sixty days, parties wishing money to purchase homes, farms, or build houses at the lowest rateof interest ever beam or lu the West, should consult J. W. RIUHY. Airnnt. Persons carrying heavy mortgages can re lieve themselves at a very low rateoflmerost Blacksmithing And wagon repairing attended to promptly at my shop on the MU Hood roud.southoftowii. Uood work at reasonable uncus. aep!7 G. A. HOWELL. Cemetery Notice. Having been apimlntcd sexton of Idlewilde cemetery, I wish to irlve notice that I will at tend to seeding and caring for lots. Persons desiring work done should leave word with mestouce. . K. 11. HLAUU. Tomato Plants. If you want Tomato Plants send to Jcu ett 's. While Salmon, Wash., and get some of those enny sorts mat nave ninut-' v. line Main-.nn ramous as the earliest and nest tomato section in me onnwest, f ine plains. ,n cents per 100; J-i ier lOUO. A. H. JKWEIT. Single Buggy And double light harness for sail- chenn. aa A. S. BLOW Kits. Wanted. Customers for 500 loads of tie ends and Um ber trimmings, at .1 per load In the vard. 28 MT. HOOD LUMIlKlt CO. Fresh Cows. Two or three fresh cows for sale at River side Farm, S miles west of town. nl J. W. MORTON. Wanted. To engage 10 berry packers. E. Ak FRANZ. FOR SALE. A good 10-horse Steam Roller. Inquire of l SNOW U PSON. WANTED. Tobuytwoor three good Iresli milk cows other than Jerseys. Address W.VI. LKITZ, aa i.vUWash. Water & Light Notice All water and light bins are payable at I he Hood River Klectrlc Light, Power and Waler Co.'. office from the 1st to the loth of the month. In advunce. o-Sltf s. C. EVANS, Manager. Team Work. I now have a team license and can do plow Ing In town lota or hauling of any kind In tbe city. Call me by phone St. Am also prepared to do wood sawing in the country with my steam saw. I would like to have neighbors club together and call on me when they have enough to pay for linuling out and setting np tbe saw. It will be Chest er for them, mm F. O. BRACK. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATlOXT Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon. May g, 1KU. Notice is hereby given that the follow-ing-named settler has riled notice of his lu tention to make flniil proof in support of hi claim, and that said proof will fx-mu te be fore the Register and Receiver at The Dalies. Oregon, on Tnesdiiv June 2-1, lull. Tlx: CHAKIi's 11 srHk" of Mosler, Oregon H. K. No. ftsii, for the N W SW k section a, township 2 north, ramie V, east, W. M. t ne names the following witnesses to prove bis Continuous rmiil-m- urum unit .m, II It-.. of, aald land, vir Leo Root of Mosier, Or.: Alexander Watt of The Haliea, Or.; D. A. Sturgiss and. George nusaey or Mosler, Oregon. mljleli MICHAK1.T. NOJ.ANReglster. NOTICE FOK PCnOCATIOXT" ins t, umt;iq, April 14, Notir ia herehy given tlml th-M- JowIuk named aether Iirm died imno of hi ill jriaun, aim in in hum prom mf. j. i miner, 1 ConiniwioDrr. t Hand Kiver, urevun of Hood Rier. ortvon. H. K. No. JO.fMT, for rmn 10 et, W. M. H naYIIIM t lt f.iili.vln ,t. . a w.i iirssm w nVP nis conunimuA rvwiOuce ujhxi and cuUiv- twvu n eniii IttUU, IK. P. H. lkftvitlittm Ii Rmilit. lf n n. mod C. W. Mumhy, ail of .ok1 Kiver. m MICHAEL T. NOLA Regisur. 3) M Ec3) j Mil that Never Disaoooints. Fin In Carriage and Wagon llepairing, Horneslioeing and General Blacksmithing is done by SNOW & UPSON. This firm is competent to do all repairing of ve hiclesno break so bad that they will not repair it. Give them a trial and be convinced of their capac ity to do fine work. Phone 125. bone & Mcdonald. ' V ARE in Si Their Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats and Men's Furnish ings goods at prices that cannot be duplicated in Hood River. Our stock of . Groceries, Flour and Feed Is complete and prices are right. Come and see us. bone & Mcdonald. NEW ARRIVALS For the week in Lace Curtains, Fish Nets, , Butcher's Cloth. And Don't Forget We have the prettiest line of Shirt Waists ever shown in Hood River. The Right Goods At the Right Pricis at f R. B. BRAGG & CO. Idlewilde Addition TO HOOD RIVER. Lying west of the city, fronting the state road, is now ready for sale. This is a pleasant place to make a home, is less than 20 minutes' walk from the post office, affording a fine view of Mt. Adams and the lordly Columbia. Remember, the city is growing westward there is no other direction for it to go and when Hood River has 3,000 happy people and she will in five years Idlewilde will contain 100 contented fam ilies, dwelling peacefully together. - Why? Because the drainage is jwrfect, and therefore Idlewilde is a healthy-place to live; because it has the finest view, and for the further reason that the lots are cheapest, and the terms are the lest, giving purchasers easy payments. For further particulars call upon GEO. D. CULBERTSON & CO. c3) oni Out Linen and Cheese FA osing NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Offlee at The lialles, Oregon, April 17, 1MCI. Notlee Is hereby given that ilie following-named settler hit filed notlci ol her intention to coiiiinuteaiid nmkettnul proof In snpiHrt of lur claim, and thst said proof will be imicie before Geo. T. l'rnlher, U. . Coinmls-ioiitr, at Hood River, Oregon, on Moudav, June 1, !!, vir.: MIC A. HOAPI.KY, of Ho-id Kiver, orea-on, II. K. No. for the norlheiisl. yt section township 2 north, range 9 east, W. M. She names the following wltnessesto prove her continuous residence upon aud cultiva tion of said land, vix: Charles J. Haves, Ulysses (1. Dyer, Henry C. Bateham and Kva Nlcklasrn, all of Hood Klver.Or. MICHAEL X. NOLAN, ailinai " Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. land Office at The Dalles. Oregon, April 27, 1803. Notice Is hereby given that the follow-Ing-named settler has tiled notice of his In tention to commute and make final pioof in support of his claim, and that suld proof will be made before (io. T. I'rat lier, 0 . 8. Com missioner, at Hood Kiver, Ori--m, on Satur day, June , 1101, viz: HKKBKKT It. KNTKICAN, of Hood Kiver, Oregon, H. K. No. HiWO, for the west southeast V, and south northeast 'i section 23, township i north, ruiigeUeasl,W.M. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, vIk: Ueorge8mith, C.V. Richardson, O. H. Hart ley and C J. Hayes, all of Hood Kiver, Or. a)jl MICHAEL T. NOLAN, K.-gier. Timber Land, Act June 8, 18;8.1 NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. United States Land Olllce, Vancouver, Wash., May i, lHOti. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions ol the set of congress of June H, ls,H, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended to ail the public land states by act of August 4, 1SM2, RALPH SAVAtiK, 'of Hood River, county of Wasco, slate of Ore gon, has litis day filed In this otlice his sworn statement No. ti'251, for the purchase of the lota I and 2, southeast northwest nnd northeast southwest '4 of section No. 111. In township No. 5 north, range No. 12enst,W.M., and will offer proof to show that the land sought Is mora valuable for Its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to suip land before the Register and Receiver of this olllce at Van couver, Wash., on Wednesday, the 9th day ol September, IDOa. He names as witnesses: Oliver C. Dean. Theodore V. Bhepler and Allred J. Hhepler.uli of Hood River, Ore., aud H. A. Kuliner of Ui liner, Wash. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to tile their claims lu this olllce-on or bclore said Hth day of September, W0:i. inTJ y FRANK E. VA UGH AN, Register. (Timber Land, Act June 3, 187H.1 NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, Vancouver, Wash., -March 2, liHW. Notice Is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of congress of June 8, 18.8, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," ns extended to all the public lund states by actor August4, i8ia, NETTIE ALVORD. of Tortland. couuty of Multnomah, stale of Oregon, has this day filed in this olllce her sworn statement, ru. .mi, tor me purcnase oi the east halt northeast quarter of section No, 25, 111 township No. 6 north, range No. 12 east, W.M., and will ofier proof to show that the lund sought is more valuable lor Its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish her claim to suid land before the Register and Receiver ol tills otlice, at Vancouver, Washington, on Ihursuuy. the'ijtn day ot June, m. She names as witnesses; Loir ie Casto and Henry Hoslctter of 1'ortlund, Or.: Ermie Trough and Herman Kuhnhauseu of (jlen wood. Wush. Any and ull persons clulmlng adversely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims In this otlice on or before said 25th day of June, 11(0.1. mar20m22 W. K. DUNBAR, Register. Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878. NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. United Slates Land Offlee. Vancouver. Wash., March 2, 1WM. Nolh Is hereby given mat, in compliance witn ine provisions of the act of congress of J une :i, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory ' as extended to al the public lund stales by act of August 1, 18U2, OLE S. OLSON. of Northwood, county of Oram Forks, staleof North Dakota, lias this day tiled in this oltice his sworu stutement, No.HKiH, for the purchuse oi me norm nan nortnwesi quarter, south east Quarter northwest Quarter and north west quarter northeast quarter of section No. U iu lownsnip wo. 4 nortti, range No. 11 east, w. m.. ana win oner proor to snow that the lund sought. Is more valuable for lis limber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to esiuunsn nis claim to sum limn tit tore the Register and Receiver of this office at Van couver, Wash., on Tuesday, the ad day of June, iau.1. . He names as witnesses: (Jeorire W. Ollmer Melv.n Manley, Charles W. Uihner aud Will iam c. Muiiiey, uu ot uuiner, vv asii. Anv and all ocikous claiming adversi-lv the above-described land- ure requested to tile ineir claims in tins Olllce on or oetore suld sttl day ot June, IWI. miir20in22 WR. DUNBAR, Register. (Timber Laud Act Junes, 1878.1 NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, Vancouver, Wash., March 20, I'Mi. Not ice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act oi congress oi .lime , i,s, emit led "An act for the sale or timber lands in the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington territory," as extended to all the public laud suites uy act oi August 4, insiz, EMERY OLIVER. Of Portland, county of Multnoinnh, state of Oregon, uas tins any nied In tills office his sworn statement mo. juTi, for the purchase KWS yt section 28, and N NE Hot section 20, In township No. 8 north, range No. 0 east, w. m., aud will oiler proof to show that the laud sought Is more valuable ior lis limner or stone man tor aifrlcu turn Durpnses. and to establish his claim tnsni.i land before the Register ai d Receiver of this omce at Vancouver, wash., on Thursday, He names as witnesses: John I.. It. n.l, ..,,, of Hood River, Or.; Andrew H. Klchmoiid slid nomer o. camptieli or Portland, Or.: Prank Duveniiort of Ilixid River. Or. Auy and all nersons elaimin? udverselv tho .npc-ii,-w-i nwu iauiis are requested to tile Sid day of July HUM. incir tiuiiiia in mis fimce on or Dclore suld m27m29 W. R. DUNBAR. Register. CONTEST NOTICE. Unltad Stutra Mrn rtm..a -rt,a i..na April 14, lliu:i A sufficient .content Bilidavll nuving uevn mea in tins olllce by tieorge W Huskev. eontest.iint uiruinMi hf.,.,atu.i No. lilli, made Aprils, 18117, ror northwest V. southeast yt seel Ion 15, to -nship2 uorlh, range 11 east, bv .Ifinn If wi,A..i..r A ..., ... w',k;'1 u'" alleged that said 'entryman 'has uiniuiieu saia ii'hci ior more than foiir Veui-H ItLhl. nn.t Tli.il lha.ll ..) donmentlsnotdue lo military or naval ser- pwiu imrucs ure neretiv nolitled toaii- said Bl euriitlon nr. I .i-i.i.u-b i, vi .... , ? ltWl, before the Register and Rcwlver at Ilie v illi cthiw-s uinii umce in I lie Dalles, Ore 1 lie said eonlcNtiint hnvl. i, , I.. davit, filed April 14, 1KH. n't forth fuel a which 8how Itlrtt Mfler rine riilli. i.iw... i of this notice tan not be made, it Is hereby or dered and directed that sucii notice be given by due and proper publication. aft0m28 ANNE M. LANO. Receiver NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION. im v.m r t imiies, uregon, April H, 1MM. Notice Is hereby given tliul the following-named settler has tiled notice of liis inien- tliin Ia muL. Hnal ......... I - . . ...... i Nupport. ot tits claim and that said pna.f will be made l- re ine Kegisterand Il. eiver st The Ualks Oregou, on Saturday, Junes, Mil vu- ' WILLIAM C. WLIDNKH, ' of Mosler. O.egon, H. E. No. 5n-il, for tho west southwest 4. southeast t southwest y. nnd southwest V, southeast section SB, township 2 north, range 11 east, W. M. 1 ne iiMiiies me following w'tn-s.-es to prove - - vi-.i7ii-i3 uijoii a.io. c uu iv turn of said land, vis: cuiiiia- r- V ,L""1 . "vl"' Pe,,,r Hennlngsen and ie1oHfTltT,nn,e,:,fJl.M08U'r' -)...-M UTi.T. . i.i . .. .. ... '- nr.l, i . IM(1,AN, Rrglsier. W1TCK FOii PUULICATIOX. Tn 1twl Uiainm I ,A . th.t l m,.'i . . " - nereoy given ,f (v, J ' ,lm"r lanilsinthe " '.''"rma, tlregou, Nevada and " -uiiiKion lerritorv," as extended to n the publie Isnd s.ates bv act nl AuSt OrMl-,rH,nJ?.0S .""''"""'."h. f swo-rn statement. So. i 'i for he 'purcV the southeast north wi S and n "tl el u ,r..rtrn ..iV; ' " ""ne man elaim t i.t.1 V ? . , ' na "e'tabllsb 1,1, on Trday.VhV: Z't Salmori. Wwh " "m f White .A"L? !LTr,":,"r.'''i'in "ven..lf thf LIST OF LANDS For Sale AND POR RENT AT THE EMPORIUM. Money to loan. 1. Lota in Waucoma Park addition 1 135. Corner lot in front of school house, The Geo, Jlelkin lot and cottage lu Barrett-Sipma addition, $,'i75. Fine improved apple farm on the East Side for sale. $8,000. Terms easy. 22. The Kmerson homestead, only one mile east of town ; lino range ; $1,500. 7. Barrett-Sipma addition; $100 per lot: $10 down and $5 per month ; no in terest. 8. One of tho most valuable corners in the center of Hood Kiver. Price $2,500. 2. Eligible residence lota in Spangler'g subdivision, near cannon houae; only $100 ; turnis easy. 6. The Koplin place at Frankton. 17 acres well improved; free irrigating water. Price $1,000. 4. 320 acres of timber land at the fn.Hn of Hood River, belonging to George E. roipyin, price fiUUO. 21. K. 'J E, N. E. 4, T. 3 N., R. 11 E White Saln'ioif; fine timber land ; $10 per acre. For Sale The Howell cottage and 3 acres, east of Mrs. Alma Howe's, for 5 days, at $1,000. After 5 daye, $1,(M)0. 32. Emma G. Robinson's 100 acres on hills east of White Salmon, known as the Dryer place; fine timber; tinim. proved; $785. 100 acres, house and garden patch, on Hie corner 10 miles south of The Dalles. Known as the Woodman place. Price U'.IOO. Persons desiring to purchase tickets to or from any points in Europe or South Africa may secure the same from John L. Henderson, who is agent for the Beaver line of steamships. 4. 1150 acres fine timber, Al land near White Salmon, on west bank of White Salmon river, known as the Hamre tim ber claim. About tour miles from Hood River, for sale cheap. The new company now offers for sale lots formerly belonging to the Hood River Townsito company, of which com pany John Iceland Henderson' is secre tary and the Hood River Bank treasurer. For Sale Thirteen acres in Wind River, at Ciirson.quarter of a mile from school, partly cleared; $450. Terms easy Five acres at Frankton, known as the Charley Rogers' place ; house, barn and plenty of free water. Price, $1,050. Terms easy. House and garden for rent by the month at $5v00 a month. Persons who have made desert land entries and have abandoin tho same may get their money refunded. Persons who have made stone and timber entries, which entries have been suspended by the government, may have their entries completed and get titles to their lands by conferring with John Leland Hender son, attorney, Hood River. At the-Emporium is kept a first-ohms solar compass, and the proprietor being a practical surveyor, is well pre pared to do the work of laying out acre ago property in lots and blocks, and do ing all kinds of surveying and platting. From and after this date, April tl, l!iu:i, -the rates will lie as follows: $7.50 a day and expenses, or $10 a day if I pay my own expenses. Lot comers estab lished for $5 a lot; two contiguous lots for one owner, the same price. For Sale The N. 40 acres and the east 20 acres, iu one body, of the Hen derson 80 acres west of Lyman Smith's. Free irrigating water for "the lower 40. I'rica $5,400 for the two tracts if sold to gether. If sold separately, $2,750 for the 40; at least $500 down, balance on 5 years time at 7 per cent interest. Subject to McCuistion's lease. This 20 has six acres in apples and cherries just beginning to bear. Five acres of straw berries between the rows of fruit trees. Price of the 40, $2,750. Special Bargain. The undersigned desiring to build a brick building in Hood River must have some "cash" and, for a few'weeks ofl'ers for sale his 100 acres inCrapicr neighborhood for 2500.00 "cash. " Dav enport's ditch runs mile through same uud all the land is under his two ditches. This land has about 41) acres good timber on the flume, and is all good lund. About 80 acres quite level and the other 80 is a special bargain, as the puichitser will get about 100 acres of surface See. This is a snap. Ab stract of title furnished. Price holds subject to change any day. John Leland Henderson. A Bargain. One S'Mnch truck, hu one 4-horsn wd rack: one m w h mo''r-11''- W. A. HMXOKitl.ANI). 15 Acrna For ssle at a liMrvuin ).-ywl .. l strawberries, tl acres in clover, 2 acres more ready for berries. Farming tools Included. -.n'- J FKANK ( A I H iV. Seed Potatoes. liite Rose Heed Potatoes for sale by u ., , .. I'- A. I'HATHF.R. P'ace, Fast Side. , 14 Heavy Horse for Sale. Or will ti . ,1.1 w iifMt 11 .... For Sale. fJasolii.e ITnirlne. For Sale. A .-U-ui.t.-H ',,.i. ni........ , , .--, ,iii,t gisai as lie ; one uoiiliie t,ack liartifHs and one set light hr- ... -s , condltlou. It. W. WAIT. i-ost, Htrayeil or stolen, a hetrer calf, fl months old; Mad a rope nmnd Its m-rk. liifornialion re eariii,.r l,, w,t.r(flu)atR w,n tn-thankfiillv re ceived by niis T. MTKlNjlll.HKR Euggy for Sale. A n-coud-haod i.uggy for sale t'H F V. Ap P'.?! fJ K. K. FHWIN. Notice. ,.A1' ''Ol" for mnterlHl. rendered bv us since the 1 tti of March, a-re payable to our mnv on, tbe Mount ILshI Lumis-r t omoanv. By Wm. T. Duvldson, 1'resldent, ' - VAI UHAN, Register