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HOOD RIVER GLACIER. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1006
Leave Hood River 8:00 a.m. Leave Dee 4:00 p. m. On June 10th, and each Sunday there after, Mount Hood Railroad will run an Excursion Train between Hood River and Dee. A more pleasant trip than a few hours ride through the Beautiful Hood River Valley cannot be taken and the Fishing in immediate vicinity of Dee is unsur passed. Round Trip $1 Round Trip $1 Tickets on Sale at Office, Mount Hood Hotel. NEW LAW REGARDING GOVERNMENT LANDS Itogititr ami HooeiverH, Uniteil Btatui iJtml Ollioen. (Jentlmnnii : Senate rodolutlou ot Mttrcii ID, I'.KKi, ia a follows: Kesolvod, That tbe Heflietary of the interior be, and la hereby, direuted to furoiah to the tt.te, on tbe Urat Mon day of Decemiier, 11MKJ, tbe uhiiioh nt tbe ieraoiia, tlroia aod corporationtt who conveyed or relinitiiHhHii to tint govnnient of the Uultod States and within the Jimita of overuniunt forest reserves, and who duly reunrded tliu name In the iiioper (lonnty prior to the sot of Marnh Urd, l!K)r, and who bud prior to ttuid aot failed to enW.vl other public lumls in lien of tint IiiimIh ho oonvoyed or reliuquUlied, or vlo have failed, tlirouh no limit of their own, to obtain patenta to JhimIh h1boI ed by thou) ill lieu of lands ho con veyed or relinquished, at provided by the act of June fourth, 1HD7, and who can not on acnoount of said set cf Ma rob 3rd, llHXi (i, make auob tieleu ' tlon, and also report the numbers of acres so conveyed or relinquished. J. hut in order to procure minli infor mation tbe secretary of tbe interior is hereby authorized and directed to ro qulre all suoh persons, linns anil cor porations to II lo in tbe land depart ment, within a time kto be by hi m in sinuated, aucb proofs of their convey ance or relinquishment as he may pre scribe; and be la further authorized and directed to make audi fuithurs, roles and regulations aa may be neces sary to procure tbe information heie- Dy requirea. Pursuant to the piovisions of the above resolution ail persuus, llrnis ami corporations who conveyed lands to the United States government situate within tbe limits of established forest reservea by deeds duly exeuuted ho buowledgud, and recorded in the prop er county ollloes prior to March ;i, 11105, with a bona lido Intention of thereafter selecting other p lblia lands in lieu of tbe lands so recouveyeil or relinquished under the piovisions of tbe act of Jute 4, 181)7, (.SO Stat., litii, and acta amendatory thereof, and who failed to make any selection in satis faction ot the lands by them so relin quished or whoso selection under the provision of tbe aforesaid act of June 1, 1H'J7, have tailed through no fault of the party making such reliuquiHli ment, and who by reason of the ap proval of the act of March .'1, liw.", are now prevented from making any selections, are hereby directed to lile iu the otilce of the commissioner ol the general audotllce on or before Oc tober 1, l'.MMi, an instrument in writ log describing the laud relinquishi'd to the government priot to March .'I, 11)05, and containing representations by the persona or corporation who made the relinquishment, that no se lection In lieu therein' has been made, or in oase any selection was made ami the selection has failed without fault of the party making the relinquish ment, a reference to the section or attempted section, which will enable tbe commissioner of tbe general laud otilce to readily identify the same up on the records of his olllce, and that the laud Included iu tbe reliquisbmeiit baa uot, ainoe the deed of relinquish ment waa tiled tor record, been sold or in anywise encumbered by the person or corporation making the relinquish ment of the government. This statement should be addressed to the commissioner of the general land olllce, should bo styled and briefed "statement conformable to aenate resolution, March ID, l'.HHi, ' and must be aooompaniodhy the deed of relinquishment to tbe guvcrniucut of tbe United States, executed and re corded prior to March :i, MHO, and an abstract of title duly authenticated showing that at the date the deed of relinquishment was recorded the title to the land was in the peisou or cor- F oration making the relinquishment, f the deed of relinquishment has been lost or for any reaon can not be produced, a copy thereof, properly certilled by tlie tecoider of deed of tbe county in which the land is situ atedl will beacccpted. Deed and abstracts of title will, up on the request of the party tiling the aaiue, be returned alter they have been examined and noted by the com liiissloner of the geucral iaud ollice. The persons, llrms and corporations interested herein are expressly hereby notified and warned that while the statements and accompanying papers herein described may be tiled for transmission to the general land oltlce, in the local laud otlices, and i that while the data contained in all statements received iu the general land olllce at a time when its incur- , poration in the icpoi t to the senate providled herein is practicable, will' be included in such report, all le aponaibility for the King of such statements und accompanying papeis in the maimer herein provided, rest with them, that they uie hereby di- ' reoted to meet the requirement herein made t the earlliest date pussiblo. j If deeds of relinquishments and an- i companying papers tiansmit them to ; the general land otllco.with special re j fereuce to these iustiuctions. , Post these instructions in your olllces, furnish mpns thereof to the local postmaster, and county and mu nicipal olTceis, with the inquest that they be postd in ihcii ofllces if con venient. Finnish copies thereof to the local newspapers i s news items, an I give such ol hi r puhlii ily the eto as you may be able without incurring expense. Very insj i etliilly, (!. I''. Pollock, Acting ( 'inninissiouer. Approved July fi, 1110 it. U. Kyan, Ai ting Secretary. N op; lie Kivt r Apil s Se I Well. Iu an article liendid "Kem id Prices lor Spiten bergs" the Oregon Journal of I' riduy says ; "Tempoiai ily, at least, the Modford f I'll it district has the pennant lor Kpilzeiib'rg apples, (lolonel Wash burn, a liogun I; i voc valley groAir, has just bnki d an oi ler from Colonel (). K. Kay, of Tolo, for October deliv ery at i"itl per box. I'mstoiu pui le can belter cum rein nil this quotation when it is explained that sl.,' 0 is pi i I lor apples In a box colli aiu ieg but a lew pounds iu excess of one IiiikIikI. I lis clioici st apples grow n in the east bring entire satisfaction to their growers if they yield hall that amount per bushel. " When shown the above those nt Hood Kiver familiar with tho apple situation in Oregon say that the high est price obtained for Spitzenhergs for commercial purposes at Modioli! this year was tU.R.'i per box and that the price mentioned Is evidently nun obtained for a lew boxes of extra I anoy apples lor private use. Sales of this character they say have been made at Hood Kiver lor prices far in excess of 1.50 pel box but they do not consider them as indicating the standard of price for the district wheie they are groivu. No one would buy a sailboat with sails that could not be reefed. There in always that possibility of a Utile too much w ind ' but makes a cautious man al'rald to go unprovided. The thinking man, whose stoninen sonictiines goes back on Ifnn, provides for bis stomach by keeping a buttle of Kmlol Knr Dys pepsia within reach, Kodol digcHts what you cat and restores the stomach In the condition to properly perform its functions. Sold by Williams' Pharmacy. Will Supply I'erllanil Hotel. Oscar Vauderbilt, who was in Port land Saturday, in talking i. bout, the apple situation at Hood Kiver to an UieKimJounr.il reporter, said: "The price wo received this year is the highest one ever paid the glower for an apple crop. Of course there have been larger prim a paid for small fancy lots ol apples. 1 bale juit sold about .' boxes ol winter banana ap ples at if I. DO per t' x on joint account with a New York buyer who agivea to pay m 50 per cent of the piolifs hi receives over that cuioiiiit. I Ik lie lievd by bl in that tie apples 'ill bring $10 ct box in New Vol It" Mr. '.inii -hilt, while in the city je-terday , t ado a cor.ract with v. mi Mir llowei", of the I or. I;: ml. to fnru I.-. i the hotel's winlir nq i f iqi I li s. w in r I e I. I TC.t tie lir-l i i ht st. i vai ii tv that This ".tiiinho" A tlaiiiniiilli .11. I. hi (ieorge Hill I- -tit i 1 If I lo elm iipion-1, i'. I. ' : . l : a ni'.i.i Ion i 1 I he ' ..se . of the nielc i.e u one, of tl o Ui u e ( r ii't'heil 51 I i ) it 1 1 1 i s. was JKtf inches long and !il.'a incbep in circiinifeience; while it required live and one-bulf feet of tapeline to reach around it the long way. lrri gon Irrigator. Sin- Wasn't Halahlc. I lo wa a foreigner in an American restaurant for the first time. Heiug unaccustomed to our ways, ho louud difllculty iu ordering. "All, unt, what have you," ho said to tie pret ty waitress. "1 bavo calves i rains, pig' feet, frog legs," but his face was turned away in his emluii rsmont and he interrupted to expl; in that he did not want to know about her physical dulcet), but niitcl some thing to eat. Kxcliiiugn. Well Worth Trying W. II. Hmwn, Hie popular pen ion at torney, of l'lttsliehl, Vt., tays: "Next to a pension, the best tiling to get is I'r. King's New Lile Pills." He writes: "They keep my family iu splendid beall h." (Juick cure for headache, con stipation and billiousness, i'w. Ouur iinteed ut Charles N. Clarke's drug store. SIMMER SCHOOL-Mili M Hal ScllOfjl I June 27 to August 7, and August 13 to Sept. 7. Ii'it'sl. siv weeks dcvoteil to soecial nrcliaratinu fur ( 'otlntv and Slate Mxalll illations. Ii'egnhir Normal subjects and methods nl-n. I.ii't four weeks aF continuation ol ISormal instruction und special atlcniion to l i unary Aleile oils with model pupil classes. Faculty of Over Twenty Instructors, liegnlar ...nmil faculty assisted by noted collegu and public ediicator.-i. Tiution : Pirst Term, (7 .AO; Second lerin, fi. K. r iMt'tlcgne, -'iii'tie i school circular or other information write lo rros. c. u. i-ic.30ici , ivionm in u cwn, wmm owj a a wwm n UiA-t m-Ai xm.jo rVlacGowan's Park Hill Orchard Forty acres, two miles south of Mosier. Xew county road through the property. Kijrht miles from Hood Hiver. Five room modern cottage, cost .S()0, new barns and chicken house, two wells, 7L"J fruit trees, mostly Wilder apples. Twenty-tive acres easily cleared. Price !jjU(KH. Fash .f2S( 10, balance three years at S percent. Address, F. D. Ma (lOWAN. Iox i(J Mosier, Wasco Co., Ore. In tin se days of rush and hurry cour tesy is olteii forgotten. In the mad pell uiell rush of our life little tilings are dune which offend that we rather they remained undone. A hastily eaten meal and its resultant headache may cause us social or financial loss. The wise man or woman is the one who re lieves little ills of Ibis soit by a little dose of Kodol For llyspepsin. It digests what yon eat and puts your stomach back into shape. Sold by Williams Pharmacy. -tste-AStPAC I FIG - J1 iiN"ri-ru-r U 11 Ptiidv telegraphy and fit rur self fnr salaried position, with unparalleled opportunity for ad vancement. Railroad construc tion now under way makes ?reat demand for trained oper ators. Take only I to t montha to learn. Tuition, ! tnoi, IKK Write Tor ratnlng. Pacific Tel Trnph Institute. 6th floor. Com monwealth tiloV.. Portland. Or. Mount Hood Railroad Co. T1MK TABLE SOUTIIHOCKD NoaTliHorND A.M. STATIONS P.M. M leave Hood Kiver Arrive 6tO0 8:02 ..Powerdale 4:fh 8:2U H;ar 4:fJ 8:i ;..Van Horn -1:10 8:;ift Intf. 4::) 8:117 Oilell i-T, 8:10 Dukes s alley 4:iS SSft BliMleher 4:IS :IU Wllians 4HW :1." Arrive Dee lave 4:00 Kllectlve May !ti. 'lilt. Hundiiy Kxcepted. .1. A. WKST, Kiiiwrlnundent One Dollar will "in you lo eye glasses or apec- , acles. I'erfect nt guaranteed. 'i i ui eyes fitted at home. Write for 1 ore lii'iklei describing our method. ' eiiieiiiliet', the glasses we fit you . .hi wi rtU 3.50 any where on i aitli. On i price, only $1.00. IK U K'l'A I KINO department , m0, 'j n.iiinlt'lp. Main siirinuSniO. Watch cleaned l io Send your work by registered mail. $J .SO repairs any watch. B METZGER & CO. Ill 6IXTU BTREBT. PORTUHO, 0B. 1 J I ,1 mm CombWe t f A. SUMMER SPECIAL To advertise our stamped linens w. will sell centerpieces like cut stamped on purtbivn complete wilb floss to embroider. Regular alue 90c Special 50c In ordering by mail send post ofBr. .r press money order and muntitn tU$ ft 'She NeedlecrafifShdlo p382 WASH.5T.,P0KTLAIiD0iy Have in their Xew llameBH shop a large line of Whips, Tents, Axel Qreace and Harness Oil We would like for you to come and examine our har ness repair work which is quickly attended to. ESSE O SPICES, o C0FFEE,TEA. BAKING POWDER. FLAORINC EXTRACTS toMfclOrWlty. rinnt FUnr. Oralsit Srrmilh.AiuiHl.Pnca aOSSCTtsDEVUS F. E. STKAXO J. W. W1I.P0X THE ODELL NURSERIES DEALERS IN Apple Trees All standard varieties grown from selected scions of the best bearing orchards in Hood Hiver valley, (iuaranteed true to name and free from disease. H. GILL, -DEALER IN- Or. COE f , il N -M Staple and Fancy Groceries AND HARDWARE. SOLE AGENTS FOR Majestic & Mesaba Ranges and Stiletto Cutlery. HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS, - - OREGON. CARPENTERING SCREENS Shop opposite O. B. IlxrllcvV r.-iil y Plinne 571 Your Health r Is your best Jnsset. I'rojier health is most cssciitinl to your hnppiness and welfare. I'ure air is nil absolute necessity, and no effort should be spared to keep it so in every house. Where open-flame illiimiiiunts rob the air of oxigen and turn it into carbonic acid gas, pure air is an impossibility. Air poisoned by the flame of a gas iet, or that, of an oil lamp is unfit for breathing pin poses and exercises a decidedly injurious effect upon the occupant of the room. Electric Light burning in an air-tight bulb leaves the air of the room pure and fresh, and furnishes a better, brighter and safer light than any other medium. We furnish the current and a phone mes sage or postal from you will bring our representative. uver Electric Liglit, ESTABLISHED 11)00 !N(,OKl'ORATKr1905 Butler Banking Company HOOD RIVER, OREGON Of pital Fully Paid, $50,000 DI HECTORS I.KHI.IK Ill'TI.KK, .1. X. TkaL, Tlil'.MAN ' ITI.HH, President. Vice President. ('a-liier J. W. l''l(KM'll 11. T. Cox SNOW & UPSON Blacksmiths and Wagfon Hak ers Special attention given to making and repairing Grubbing Tools and Loggers Tools EXPERT HORSESHOERS Phone Y ur Orders to Us You are not getting value received from your telephone if you do not use it in telephoning your drug orders ...Call Up Main 821.., and leave your order and we will Deliver it Promptly tj We will call and get your prescriptions and deliver them when filled. The Glacier Pharmacy CHAS. N. CLARKE, Prop. 0C3Q GSESXZSt 1 C".:,"l":T"") CSSJSJa Q CSS Q DAVIDSON FRUIT CO 0. T. KAWbOS. F. H. 8TANTOM WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY Largest Denominational University in the Northwest Christian but not Sectarian Two New Buildings Adequate Equipment 45 Professors and Instructors Two New Courses Added this Year English Commercial and Electrical Engineering Address DEAN J. T. MATHEWS Or Pres. JOHN H. COLEMAN I SALEM. OREGON HOOD RIVER NURSERY. Stock Grown on Full Roots. We desire to let our friends and patrons know that for the fall planting we will hare and can sup ply in any number Cherry, Pear.Aprlcot, Peach& Plum Trees, GRAPES, CURRANTS, BERRY PLANTS, Shade and Ornamental Trees. Also, nil the standard vnrieiies of apple trees. Can supply the trade with plenty of Newtown, Spitien berg and Jonathan apple trees. RAWSON & STANTON. Hood River. Or. FRUIT DEALERS and Manufacturers of all kinds of Fruit oxes Highest Prices Paid for High Grade Fruit. I still have a few (LADIES' TOP SKIRTS REDUCED TO COST $! to $6, $7 $5, to $4. Conieaiidexiiniiiiethesegoods Will cost you nothing. I also carry a full line of ....SETZ SHOES FOR MEN.... Royal Blue, $3 50 Perfecto at ,$3.25 A L. CARMICHAEL linnn HIVER HEifiiiTs i NOW IS THE TIME to trade your old Stove in, on A NEW RANGE The Big New and Secondhand Store is the place. We buy, sell and exchange anything in Furniture, Stoves, Carpets, Tin and Graniteware, Crockery, and in fact EVERYTHING salable. Come in and be convinced that we can SAVE YOU MONEY. Phone 1053 0. P. DABNEY & CO., Proprietors.