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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1903 Several of our country exchanges are giving uotice of a raise In the price nf aubscrlption from $1.00 to $1.60. They find there is nothing in punching a country paper for glory alone. Jt costs aomething to buy paper and pay printers, besides paying rent and other running expenses that must be met with the cash at least every month. At the meeting of Oregon editors in Salem last month, Wilbur F. Brock, circulation manager of the Portland Oregonlan, strongly advised a $2.00 per year subscription rate for country pub lishers, declaring the cost of production made this price necessary. It is the rule In all printing offices that printers must be paid at the end of each week. Paper, ink and type founders' bills must be paid by the 10th of every month; otherwise the supplies stop. Subscriptions are paid but once a year, hence it can be seen bow important it Is to a newspaper to receive prompt payments upon subscriptions. Happily the Glacier has good paying subscribe; s who generally pay In advance. Ex amine the label on your paper and see If you are paid in advance. "Where I had one inquiry for pamph lets, there were ten people wanting cop ies of Oregon newspapers," said Mrs. Edyth Tozier Weatherred at the meeting of the editorial association at Salem, while she was persuading the editors to send their papers regularly to St. Louis next year for gratuitous distribution at the world's fair. It is not intended that the publisher should furnish all papers at his own expense, as he could not well afford to, but it was suggested that thoBe i cople o' a community inter ested in securing nw settlers should contribute to a fui.d for this purpose. People prefer the newspapers because the stories of production and soil possi bilities are verified daily or weekly. The information, too, is more up-to-date. Oregon should supply an abundance of this kind of advertising at both St. Louie and Portland. Malcolm A. Moody iias been com pletely exhonorated from the charges preferred against him In the United Salutes court at Portland, and the ex congressman comes forth with flying colors. Mr. Moody's friends never doubted the outcome of the malicious attack. They warmly congratulate him. Less than three weeks remains until city election, and not the slightest rumor has gone forth as to what's to be done. It's a tame election day in Hood Rivir without a contest between the "wets' and the "drys." The Weather. The mercury went to freezing pointTues 1 day, and Wednesday afternoon as the Glacier forms were being closed, the gentle snow was falling with an east wind behind. It. The Wind storm of last week was not nearly so destructive as first reported. A peculiar feature of it all was, that some orchards escaped the wind entirely, while others suffered more or less. The rain continued until Sunday. W. 8. Coulter, foreman of the. logging camps to&tne Menominee Jumber com pany, was in Hood River Friday. Mr. Coulter will establish a new camp on the White Salmon this week. v. vanneuot f ertile, Minn., is in Hood River visiting his daughter, Mrs C. D. Nickelsen at Belmont Mr. Van nett met here several of his former Min nesota neighbors, anions them C. G. Metcalf, who showed him about the val ley, lie arrived the dav of the heavy storm last, week, but took eood natured- COTTAGE Meat Market. I am prepared to furnish the public with the best of Fresh and Cured Meats, Lard, all kinds of Fresh Vegetables, Chickens and Eggs, at the lowest prices. FREE DELIVERY. Phone J. T. HOLMAN. GROCERIES, Did You Say? We cany a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries at the lowest possible prices. Just give us a trial order and see what we can do. Highest prices paid for country produce. SPOT CASH GRORERY, R HEED, proprietor. Phone 49 ! . Pm Delivery. GEO. 1. SLOCOM, THE BOOK MAN, Can show you the latest Books and Novels. The holidays are drawing near, and you'll have to be thinking about presents before long. Nothing is so acceptable as a good book. Slocom can show you some dainty volumes. Drop in and see them on display. STATIONERY- Slocom keeps it uj-to-date of course. All the latest tints and designs. People of culture and good taste may be told by the stationery they use. We keep the best. ly the soaking lie received, and li wil ling to believe there are Hays ol Deuer weather in Oregon. In Minnesota he is roadioaster for the Northern Pacific. St. Mark's guild will meet at the resi dence of Mrs. Upson next Wednesday, November 25. A lull attendance is re quired. Excursion Rates to Portland. If sufficient number of people signify their intention of attending the pro dui .'in of Ben Hur at the Marquaui tlieat' . in Portland, for five nights, be ginnint Tuesday, December 1, the O.Jt. & N. wi. grant round trip excursion rates for the occasion. E. W. Ql'ahles, Agent. Cards of Thauks. The undersigned deaire to express their sin cere thanks to the Indites of Woodmen of the World, Woodcraft and Odd Fellows, and neighbors and rrlenils, and especially to lr. Diimble, for their kindness during our late sickness. MB. AND MKa. W. GANGER. I desire to express my sincere thanks to the good people of Hood River, my old friends, the friends of the lamlly, and others, for their kindness at the funeral of my beloved wife, Sarah Gray. HENRY GKAY. Notice. Notice Is hereby given that I did, on the 8d of November, In Hood River, take up two heifer calves, one brown Jersey with bole In right ear and deep erop off left ear. About one year old. One brlndlecalfwlth white spot on left hind leg and white spot on left hind flank, end of tun wnne, cnaiu arouno. necx. Aoouteign teen months old: and that I will on Saturday. November 21st, at the hour of one o'clock of said day In lront of my omce in Hood Klver, uregon.seu saia property at pumic auction to the highest bidder lor cash In hand. H. A. CUNNING. City Marsbaj. For Sale. Goodeenlle driving horse with bnrey and narness.i'jr fia. Apply to Mimra, The Real Estate Man. For Sale. One set double harness. Inquire of MKH. JOHN PARKER. Estray Notice. Bark red heifer, branded WH on the right nip: years 010. liewara onerea lor inmriua tion as to whereabouts. E. VAN ALLEN, dlO R. F. 1). No. 1. Estray Notice. Two yearling, branded D on left bin. square crop on left ear, hole In right. Last seen near Odell mill. Reward for Information as to whereabouts. I'hone or address dl0 " WARREN DAVENPORT, Barrett Ranch, Bargain in Books. Four volumes Universal Dictionary, bound In Morocco and handsomely illustrated; orig inal cost was $W will sell for S10. Call and see them at Geo. P. 1,'rowelrs. Timber for Sale. I will sell the timber on 2U0 acres. A good place for small saw mill or wood camp. Call on E. V. Mahaney or C. L. ROGERS, maris Wanted. To borrow $800 to improve a ranch, Mort- g ijfe aecuniy. Auarwsw me uiacier. am Cows for Sale. Two milk cows, one fresh recently, n5 THOH. CHAPMAN. DR. W. T. ROWLEY, 1 Office at residence, corner Eugene St. and Park ave. Phone, main 371. Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878.1 NOTICE OR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore gon, Nov. 12, 1UUH. Notice is hereby given Unit In compliance with the provisions of the act of congress of J tine 8. 1878. entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the state of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington territory,'' as extended to all the publlo land named persons have fl led In this office their sworn statements, to-wit: MARY A. rJKUFERT. of The Dalles, Oregon, Wasco connty, sworn statement No. lHtitf, filed May 23, laua, for tbe purchase of the south half northwest quarter, northeast quarter northwest quarter section Xi, and southeast quarter southwest quarter section a,iownsnip i nori n, range ueasi,w.-M A VI i U ILl fWIVUT A III C I 1,1,1,11411 lil 1 1 1 1 ' 1 11 llllll. of University Park, county of Multnomah. state ot Oregon, sworn statement No, 1833, for the purchase of the southwest quarter north west quarter, west naif soutnwest quarter ana southeast quarter southwest quarter section h. wwusnip l norm, range iu east, w, M. JOEL LUNELL, of lone, county of Morrow, state of Oregon sworn statement No. 1782, filed April 31. lSUS, lor the purchase of the west half southeast quarter ana east nan soutnwest quarter sec tion 85, township 1 north, range 10 east, W.M. r.UYVAilM ai. HWAIW, of Hood River, county of Wasco, state of Ore gon. sworn statement No. 1770. filed Anrll IS. I'.ki;), for the purchase of the lots 1 and 2 of sec tion township 2 north, range east, and lot 1 and southeast quarter northeast quarter sec tion lownsuip i norm, range east, w. At. LOU ELLA M. LYNCH. of Thirty-ninth and Powell streets. Portland. county of M u llnonmh, state of Oregon, sworn statement No. ITS);,, tiled April 24, ltB, for tbe purcuaseui uie norineasi quarter nortnwest quarter, north half northeast quarter and southeast quarter northeast quarter section a. townsnip l nortn, range v east, w. M. That they will otter proof lo show that the land sought Is more valuable for lis timber or alone thau for agricultural purposes, and to esiauusn tneir claims tosata laua Derore the Kegisler ana Kecelverat The Dalles, Oref on Thursday. January 28. 1MM. They name as witnesses: Theodore J. Sett- tert, William Hetclmm, Judd 8. Fish and Nicholas J. tsiunott of '1 lie Dalles, Oregon; W. K. Rand, Art Rhodes, L. E. Morse and Charles Custner of Hood River, Oregon; O.K. Miller, J.R. Steele, T.D.Tweedy and H.H. Toinllnson .of Hood River, Oregon; Kred i Hryant. W. Rons Wlnans. A. Wliiana and K. T. Wlnans of Hood River, Oregon; William F. iiunu oi nooa jtiver, uregon, rraoKte s. nrown, mamma a. Mitcneii sua f rank Mitchell of Port land. Oregon. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file ineir ciauus in mis omce on or before gala win aay or January, 1WN. nl)21 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register. U Bring in Your Guessing Coupons. Re member this is the Last Month to get into this contest All Coupons MUST BE IN BY DECEMBER 1, 1903. r EMEMBER X this A Free Heart con test is among our customers and is given only on the Heart and Ar row brand of shoes. The one of our custom ers guessing the nearest to. the Correct number will get a Free round trip tick et. Come right away and get a pair of these shoes and see ii you are nottht luckv one. Thev are the best wearing shoes a m ITT on eartn lor tne money, vv e have a comDlete line of these shoes from a child's 50c shoe Our line of Ladies, Gent's and Children's Furnishing Goods is' among the largest in the city, and our prices the lowest. Call and see what we have. Wanted. Man wlUi small family to go on fruit farm and work by the month. Oil on or writ C. E. COPPI-K, nl2 R. F. D. No. Hood River, Or. Wanted. I want to let contract to out 100 oorda wood, more or leu. Also, contract to clear land. 8ee flie on Blowera place, the old Dlvere ranch, or addrea me at Hood River. KR.VNK NKKF. Hens for Sale. Thoronshbred White Wyandottel and White Let-borna. about 25 In number. nl2 MKH. FRANK CHANDLER. Wanted. A girl for general housework. o22 J. U. TRUE, Vlento, Or. Lost. Oat. 12, between the Mount Hood Lumber Co'a atore and tbe boat landing, a mackln- . 1. I -A ...111 kA nn f..m l.a ..lli'urv Bt MfHIl, "III W HIIU 1VI IMU.IKVIJ ' tbe Glacier office. n5 For Sale. Fouryear-old Hlley, drlvea alngle or double: 700 pounds: price 6. Jeraey-hurbam cow, 2 yearaold, first calf, lgallona milkadny:m oa n, a, ii i r. 1 1 Wanted. Man and wife without children to work on a farm. Will give "Warty work the year round and pay good wagea. Call on or write to . JOHN FRKDBURG, nl2 Monk land, Oregon. Horse for Sale. A good, gentle horse, ( yean old; weight law pounaa, tor aaie oy j. Auinir,ivT, OS. Mount Hood. Feed Store. I have opened a atore at my place, and wll carry In atock flour and feed: also, potato e and wood. Farmera aoutb of me can nave a long haul and buy J urn aa cheap of me. JOHN LAWLF.SH, ol Foot of Htraluht Hill. Cows for Sale. Two Jersey owa, W each. A bargain for any one wanting a good cow. n5 JOHN HAKEI.. Buggy and Harness R BALK For particular call on or ad- FOR dreaa D12 Faator Belmont church Cockerels for Sale. Black Minorcaa.fl end 11.50. Buff Orbing, tout 11.50. FlmtK'laHa atock, ii26 KALl'H R. LEWIS, Belmont. Smallpox. BEWARE! Preacrlptiona for a aura pre ventive and cure for amallpoz or scarlet fever aeni iorou centa. ( un re mien at any urne roreat amall coat. Never known to lail. Dlaeaae will dlaappear In 12 hours. Full par ticulars for 2-cenl stamp. Thla prescription la guaranteed or money refunded. W. F. UOHS HUFr-LY CO., ni Hoi 885, Halem, Or. Executor's Notice. Notice la hereby given that the undersigned baa been by order of the county court of i tie talc of Oregon for Wasco county duly ap pointed executrix of the will of Henry Private, deceased; and all persona having claims agalnat aaid estate are hereby notified to pre aent tbe nine to me, duly verified, at the office of A. A. Jayne, in Hood River, Oreirnn, within alx moatlia from the dale of tbe first publication of thla notice. lated thla 2Mh day or October, 190.1. o2d'J WILHELMINa I'KIOOK. Sheriffs Sale. Notiee la hereby given tbat under and in pursuance of an execution and order of hmIc laaoed out of tbe C'lrrnlt Court of the tte of Oregon (breounty of Wasco, no the 7th day of November, 190S, upon a Judgment and decree given and rendered therein on the 6th day of Novemoer, inua, in ravor or tne piainurr in a causa thervln peniling, wherein W, H. Wilson was plaintiff and J. K. Friend waa delendant, which aaid ewcutlon and order of sale au thorises and ill reels me to aell the premises hereinafter mentioned In tbe manner provid ed by law, I writ, on Saturday, the 12th day of December, IBM, at the hour of 2 o'clock T. M., at the court bouse door In Dalles City, Oregon, aell at pub lic auction to the highei.t bidder r cash in hand tbe aouth half of the aouthweat quarter, southwest qnarter of tbe southeast quarter ot section lour, and the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section nine, in township on north, rang ten east. In Wasco county, Orearon. r the purpose of satisfying the ludz- ment above mentioned, to wit: the aum of 454.20, and the further sum of 175 attorney's pees, and the further aura of 117.50 costs and disbursements, and also the costs and ex penses of aaid aaie. F. C. 8KXTON. nlMlO Sheriff. NOTICE FOR PUBUCAT10N. I And Office at The Dallea, Oregon, Nov. I. IMS. Notice la hereby given that tbe (ullow-Ing-named settler haa filed notice of his In teutloa to inske fin si pnsif In aunpnrt of hla claim, and that said proof will be mate be etre the Resistor and Receiver at The Dalies, Oregon, on Friday. December II, IMS, via: JOHN F. SNYDER, of The Dalles. Oregon, H. K. No, 5912, ftir tbe east half southeast quarter, aouthesut quarter northeast qnarter and tot I, section 4, town ship 1 north, range II east, W. M. H names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cuttlvae ttvn of said land, via: Iswsld MrKadden, George Hanisoo.Geonr Ireland and V. C Voanc, all of MiMer. or. Bid 10 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register. CAM M Round Trip til TO WEARERS OF and Arrow Brand Shoes. Buy a pair of Heart and Arrow Brand Shoes and get a Sues In the LaPrelle Shoe Company's Guessing Contest. A Coupon with every pair. Be sure to ash for it. to a genuine Monkey Skin top shoe for $4.65. Buy a pair, try a pair, and see. if you are riot the lucky guesser. F. L. DAVIDSON k CO TINNERS AND PLUMBERS, , i Agents for ' Samson and I. X. L. Wind mills. Faultless Stump Pullers, Hayes Double Cylinder pumps, Ely & Stick ney Gasoline Engines. GASOLINE ENGINE WORK A SPECIALTY CENTRAL MARKET. t MATES BROS., Proprietors. Dealers in All Kinds of Fresh, Cured and Canned Meats. Headquarters for Vegetables and Fruits. A Few Drug Store Specialties To be DRUG STORE : Disinfectants and Rubber Goods, Blood Purifiers (Our make and others) White Pine Cough Syrup (Our make) Vegetable Hair Touie (Our make) Prescriptions Our Great Specialty. FAHI0N Livery, Feed I F YOU have bought n pair and not 'got your guess iask for it. Do not neglect fill- inr out your , Y o u may be the lucky one to get a free ride to the St. Louis World's Fair. T E ALSO ' carry the Hamilton and Brown Shoes. This is the lar gest shoe House in the world, and there are no better shoes made. Don't take our word for it, try a pair and prove it. had at STABLES. and Draying, STKANAHANS & BAGLEY. Horse bought, sold or exchanged. natire parties can secure first-class riirs. Spe cial uttention given to moving Furniture ni Piiuicw. We iln everything home run rln. HOOD RIVER, OUEOOX. ITlmher I jinil. Aet June S. 1K78.1 NOTICE FOR PUULICATION. United 8tat Land Office, Vancouver H'aab., OclutmrS, WUii. Notlco Is licreb flvxn that In com pi lance with the provision )f the act of constresa uf June S, 17, eiifltlm An act for the sale of tlinlwr tunda iu Ui latea of Citlllornla, Oredoii, Kevuua an M'aalilnnloii Territory," as extended to li the public land stales by act of August 4, Mtt ilAV K. KWitiKKT, )f Portland, county of Multnomah, stale o Oriynn, tuts this day tiled In this office liei sworn statement. No, $W7, for the purchase tv the NKof SW and lota 1 and i of acelloi Jh, and lot 1 of section S", In townshl) No. 8 uorlh, runge No. H eaHt, W. M., and wll oiler pnif to show that the bind souitht I hiore valuable for Its limber or atone than fu 4grtcultural ptirpoaes, and to establish hel 'liiiin to said land before tbe Kittiitler am Kccelverof thla olllue al Vrancouver, Wash. n Tuesday, the Will day of December, 11W1 She numea aa wftnessea: George W. Hlmons Emery Oliver, A. 11 Kichmoud and Mis. Ju lla DunlHp,all of Portliind, Oregon; and Kraut Davenport of Hood Klver, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming adversely th above-described lands are requested to fl It their claims In this oltlce on or before salt! iith day of December, litua. oUdl7 FRANK K VAUOHAN, Register. Timber l-,and, Act June 3, 1K78.1 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States tjiud OMce, The Dalles, Ore- ucuiuer , twu. notice la nereuy given that in compliance with the provisions of the act ol congress of June 8, 1878, eutltled "An act for the sale of Umber lands in tbe slates oi California Oregon, Nevada and Washington ...... j, n i a blKtiru Kl Till I'UUlItv 1UU suivtn uy uut 1.11 ausni 4, lntrz, FRANK MITCH KfX. of East Portland, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon, baa this day tiled In lutaonice tilt sworn statement, No. Iin'J, for the purchase ol men oi nv h. ana ati vt ol N w of section No. 9. in townshln No. 1 north, range No. east, W. M., and will offer proof to show that the land sought Is more vaiuuuie ior its umiier or stone than tor agrl cultural purposes, and to establish bis claim lo said land betore the Koglsler aud Receiver of this office at The Dalles, Oregon, on Mon day, the 21st day of December, law. He names as wilnesses: (;arl Pagb-Wlnther of Portland, Or.; Mart Mal uion of Hellwood, ur.: uuries n. ftiernman oi rori.iana, or. and William V Rand of Hood River. Or. Any and all persons shinning adversely the above-described lands are requested to tile ineir claims in una oince on or ueiore saia iilat day of December, lliD.1. ol.)d!7 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, lU'glslcr. I Timber Land. Act June S. IK7S. I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. , United Rlates Land Office, ' Vancouver, Wash., October 8, 11KM. Notice la hereby given tbat In compliance Willi the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1878. entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the stales of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended to all tbe public land states by act of August 4, IHV2, KM MA OODDARD, Of Portland, couuty of Multnomah, state of Oregon, has this day (lied In this office her sworn statement No. Mm, for the purchase ol tbe south i of northeast yt mid northwest yt of southeast U "of section No. 20, Id town ship No. 3 north, range No. lu east, W. M., and will otter proof to show that the land sought la more valuable for lis limber or stone thun for agricultural purposes, and to establish her claim lo said land before the Register and Re ceiver of Ibis office al Vancouver, Wash., on Wednesday, the 2d day of December, 11)03. Bhe names us witnesses: Richard Junson, Alma J. Haynea, (jeoige H. Marsh and WeuJ aniln K. Beals, all of Underwood, Wash. UKOROE H. MAKHH, of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of Oregon, has thla day filed iu tills office bis sworn talemeni. No. 34.xi, for the purchase ol the W'A of NW and N W H of NW Vt ot section No. 20, in township No. 3 north, range No. 10 east, W. M., and will oiler proof lo show that the land sought la more valuable for Its limner or stone thau lor agricultural pur poses, and to establish his claim to said land oetore me Kegisler and Receiver of this olli at Vancouver, Wash., on Wednesday, tbe 23d day of December, IIWI. ' He names as witnesses: Benjamin F. Heals and Richard Janson of Underwood, Wash.; Edwin C. (loddard and Anson W. Goddard of Portland, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming adversely the auove-uescnoeu lanus are requested to nie their claims In this office on or before said ifu day of December, 1!J3. Ql6dl7 KKANK K VAUGHAN. Kegisler. Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878.1 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office. The Dalles. Ore October 111, liKM. Notice Is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions ol the act of congress of June 8, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the slates ol California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory." aa extended to all the nuhlln Turn! states by act of August 4, 18112, the following named persons have (lied In this office their aworu statements, to wit: CHARLEH H. KAMPSON, of Pendleton, county of Umatilla, state of Ore gon, sworn statement No. 1710. tiled .March in I'.HW, for the purchase of the lot 4 and KWu N W section 5, and lot 1 and Hh N VM aec- iiuuwwubiiiiij iioiiii, range in east, w.ftl, EZRA P. MONSON, of Vlento, counly of Whkco. slate ofOreiron sworn statement No. 17!, filed April 29, HUM, ior inn mn:imw oi me in rsA oi setaion town ship 2 north, range Ueast, W. M. EDITH II. EARLY, of Vlento, counly of Wasco, slate ol Oregon, sworn statement No. 1800, tiled Aprll-21). lij;l, prll-21). Ill for the purchase of tlie EV. at N section 7, township 1 north, runge 10 That they will offer proof to show that the land nought Is more valuable for its timber or sioncthun for agricultural purposes, and to esiaousn meir claims to said land betore the Kcgisier ana tteceiver at The Dulles, Oregon on Monday, J miliary 18, 1H04. They nume as witnesses: , Edith Tozier '.Veal herred of Portland, Oregon; A. Wlnans, Lyman Wlnans and W. Ross Wlnansof Hood River, Oregon; Charles T. Early, William Rand, William Ecelea, Edith B. Early and K. P. Monson of Hood River, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands -are requested to file uieir claims in tins omce on or betore said lBtn day or January, 1H04. o22d24 MICHAEL T. NOLAN. Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Ijind Office at The Dalles. Orea-nn. Nov 5. HUB. Notice Is herebv ariven tlmi. th following-named settler has filed notltn of nis intention to maKe nnal proof in support of bis claim, and that said proof win i "J umuQ uci'-io iim, x. xiailier, IJ , n. Commissioner, at Hood River, Oregon, on .nuiiuaj, iceeniuer 1, i,nr., vik: GEORGE RORDEN. N of Hood Klver, Oregon. H. K. No. 51187. for the south half northeast quarter and south half norinwesi quarter section o, township I norlli range 10 east. W. M. He names the following witnesses to prove ins uwuLiiiuiniB requeue? upon anu cultiva tion of said land, viz: V. E. Jackson, O. B. Hartley. C. A. Bell and Robert Husbands, all of Hood Klver, Oregon n 12dl7 M 1CH A EL T NOLANRegiteT. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.-" Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Nov 2, 1H03. Noti( Is hereby given that the fnl. lowlng-nanied settler baa (lied notice of hla intention to make final proof ii sumHjn, in urn ennui, anu mat sum proot will be made before Geo. T. Prat her, V. H. Commissioner, at Hood River, Oregon, on Tuesday, Dei-ember 29, WXi, vl.: PHILIP U. VS ARREN, of Vlento. Oregon. H. E. No. 12!Wn, for theSV NWaud W'i hWU section 4, township 2 north, range H east. W. M. He namea (he following wilnesses to prove iiiaeoiiiiiiiiiMis rwiueuue upon ana cultivation of. said land, vu: Milton F. Bird and Freemont Fosterof Hood R'ver, Or.; Theodore Glasyer and Namuel Woodard of Cascade Locka, lir. ii.hIIU MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register. Summons. In the Circuit Court of the mate of Oregon lor Wasco County. F. E. Borthla, plaintiff, va. Thomas J. Bul ger, defendant. To Thomas J. Hu Iger, defendant above-named: You are heiehy required lo appear t nd an swer the complaint (lied against you In the above entitled cause wllhln six weeks from the iHth day of October, l!3, the dale of the first publication of this aumiuona, and If you (ail so to answer, for want tliereol thepialiiiitf will apply to the court for the relief praved for In the plaintiff's complaint, towlt: For a decree that the plaintiff is the owner In r. . simple of the north half of the southeast quarter ol section 12 In township 2 north of range 7 east, W. M., In Wasco county, Oregon, excepting that portion thereof known aa Leavan a Heights Addition to Cascade lcka, and certain other portlous whicb have been conveyed therefrom, aa described In the plaintiff's complaint, and also decreeing that the lille thereto be quieted and that tne de feiidlint be decreed to have no ritrhL title in. teresl or estate In said propertyor any portion inereoi, anu mai me piauiun nave Judgment ftir bis cost and dtsbursemeuu. Thla summons Is served upon von by pub lication thereof for alx consecutive w..w. i the Hood River uiacier, tbe first publiealion inereoi (veins on me yin nay or October, l'St.1 tbe same being an tmbib-hed bv order nf i above-named onirt matte on tbe 27th dav of October, Mil, apeclfytng that said aummons be served by publication in aaid paper for aaid period of aix weeks, and requiring the defendant to appear and answer on or before the expiration ( aaid time. . H. WILSON, Aitorney fi.r Plaintiff. Notice. Th i itnnnil mf irnr nf f i,a 1, i. t j . . - 1 1 it "! a iniiurri tn ttic Hjh k i rerk Mining nnd MUllnc to . te held In (heimm.- in H'il Rivr iimnn TuUt. I I, lti, m iij o!.Kk m. Ali ttH'k holders r hrebv nnrtvi to br nrfwuL Real Estate f Bargains. LIST OF LANDS For Sale AND FOR RENT AT THE EMPORIUM. Money to loan. Hanna house and lot, fl,800. 1. Ixits in Waucoma Park addition 1 150, Cnrf er lot in front of school house The Geo. Melton lot and cottage In Barrett-Sipma addition, $400. 2. Eligible residence lots in Spangler'f subdivision, near cannon house; only U5 ; terras easy, installment plan. 4 320 acres of timber land at the falls of Hood River, belonging to George E. or8),; 16(1 acre8 K001 ,ruit land;$4000. 8 1G0 acres at White Salmon; fine timber land; f 10 an acre. UK) acres, house and garden patch, located 0 miles south of The Dalles. Knoin as the Woodman place. , Price M00. The Hunt plate mile southwest of town. . House, barn, mostly in strawber ries and other fruits. Price, $1450. The new company now offers for sale lots formerly belonging to the Hood Kiver Townsite company, of which com pany John Leland Henderson is secre tary and the Hood River Bank treasurer. Installment plan. i A Good Investment. I will sell 100 acres o mountain land on county fund hve miles southeast of Hood River for f 1,000 cash, and will guarantee 1200 ad- n,200 net in that time I will take the land back and pay $1,200, and half of profits over $200 to go toWstor.First come, first served. Of the 1(50 acres 100 acres ruit land, 00 acres stony. All fenced, email house, well, hrge spring. A fine goat ranch. J. L. Hendkrn. Tickets lo and from Europe. . 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. First-class Surveying Outfit tr0Ani''e " kept 2 first-clasi transits and solar attachments, and the pfoprietor, a practical surveyor, is pre pared to do the work of laying out acre age property m lots and blocks, and do ing all kinds of surveying and platting, from and after this date, April 9, 1H03, he rates will be as follows: $10 a day Lot corners established for $5 a lot1 two contiguous for one owner, the same price. ' Special Offers For Sale The nM Hull lira n nlnnn Cf acres; $1,800 two-story dwelling, hard .....n. , unru aim out ouiidings; 10 acres 111 Cll tlvatinn. 9 airaa n..,r. : - ...... o Db, nnucrries,IH)nie orchard; flume, irrigating ditch and o v-i era fiass in ron km property $4,500; $5(KI down, $,) Decembel, Dalance in nvs vnar. 7 ..r.. . . 7 . J " "v 1 I" I V.UIIk i 1118 offer is good for 30 days "only. Mi-8. Heavener'a 5 acres nenr Tuc ker enn be had for 11,200. The Howell cottage and 3 acres, east of Mrs. Alma Howe's, 1,700. OHN L ELAND HENDERSON. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. '.H.-Notil, 1. herrhy clven thTt the follow! ..s-name settler ha. filed notl,rfhislnt"n. t ion lo man. final proof an pport of h". claim, anil that aaid proof will tmd,b .Vr'',T Fr",n,!,' ' M- romMmToiXTt IJm.-"' 0r,1r,n 00 KriU'- LwrnbJr ' ' HATTIK HKLKN MrOUKooR rorrnerly Hattlc HWrn Iiavlaof MrwieV Or. ion. H. fc. No. 2. fr lh. Nv svi'JES SWH.ndHWH Nf itkmVtownahlDl Donh. ranirs II et. W. M "nanip i Hhc namm ll.r foll?,wln witnesses to nroV Uon'or'Zd"''' np- KfS oan MICHAKLT. NoLAn! ReJlsT