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HOOD RIVER SUN.
HOOD SIVES, OS., FEB. 8, 1900.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Next Wednesday Is Valentine day.
Mrs. F. C. Sherrieb is reported con
vulesent. i, . . .
Miss Emma Bonney expects to visit
The Dalles this evening.
V. B. McCrory was a business visitor
at The Dalles last Saturday.
Clyde T. Bonney was a business visv
tor at Portland on Tuesday.
Mrs. I. C. Kemp is suffering with an
attack of neuralgia of the heart.
0. M. Harris made a trip to Portland
Tuesday, returning Wednesday. ...
'.' F. E. Simpson was one of the Hood
Kiver visitorsto The Dalles on Saturday
Clyde T. Bonney has placed a fine
new pair of computing scales in his
Btore. ' . ' :
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will meet
with Flagg at the ' residence of Mrs.
Jackson on Feb. 15 at 2 :30 P. M.
Messrs. M. P. Isenberg, H. D. Lan-
gille and J. B. Hunt attended the State
Republican League meeting at Portland
The social given last Saturday night
for the benefit of Mill A; Sunday School
was a splendid success, both socially
E. R. Bradley and wife were Portland
visitors the first of the week, Mrs. Brad
ley remained over and . will return the
last of the week. ;;.'".' Y Y
The Christian Endeavor Society of the
Congregational Church will give a social
on the 22nd instant, the evening of
Washington's birthday. . Refreshments
will be served! , .' " ' .. "-wA
Dibd. Sunday evening, Feb. 4th, at
4 o'clock P. M., . Jonas Kiser, aged 81
years. Mr. Kizer was long a member
of the Lutheran Church and was a con?
The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E.
Church will meet at the home of Mrs.
Mercer on Friday' of this week. . A full
attendance is desired as there will be
election of officers. v
. The Ladies of the Degree of Honor
will give a Valentine social, Wednesday
evening, Feb. 14, at A. 0. U. W. hall.
A splendid program, will be rendered.
Ice cream and cake .served. Admission
15 cents. The public cordially invited ;
come and meet your fate. . . - ...
G. E. Williams and C. A. Bell were
Portland visitors on Sunday. - While
near Cascade Locks on their way home
Sunday night someone threw a stone
through the car window and the missile
struck Mr. Bell on" the leg. Although
not seriously injured, the interruption
to a quiet snooze was both startling and
unexpected. ' , ' .
Died. Emma Wilkina." acted 12 vears.
11 months and 14 days, died at White
Salmon Fills, Feb. 6th.-?This death W
especially sad on account of the sur
rounding circumstances. The mother,
who is an invalid, was at the time of the
daughter's death, and for the last four
months had been in the Portland Good
Samaritan Hospital. It is not known
at this time whether or not she was able
to attend the funeral. ? "''' "" - ' " "
Lincoln Memorial services will be
held at the Congregational Church on
Monday, February 12, 1900, at 2:30 P.
M., under the auspices of the G. A. R.
and W. R. C. Rev. F. R. Spaulding
will address the meeting' and also Rev.
J. L. Hershner and Rev. E. E. Fix. A
number of pieces of appropriate musk
will be rendered by the band." A cor
dial invitation is extended the public to
be present at these services. '-
We are indebted to- C. D. Hendrick
for a combined thermometer and barom
eter which he presented us with last
Saturday, and with complements of the
house he represents, the Mitchell, Lewis
& Staver Co.. ofJtlaniLJ-Mr, Hendrick
reporta good business in his line 'and is
out now circulating among the progres
sive farmers of Hood River valley. ; and
incidentally booking numerous orders
for machinery and vehicles. V
Mr. Charles Waters, of White Salmon,
and a long-time republican, was a very
pleasant caller at this office last Monday
morning. Mr. Waters is the father of
Mrs. A. H. Jewett, and makes his home
with his daughter's family.. Althoagh
in his eightieth year the old gentleman
is quite spry, and as with most people
of his age, has a fund of knowledge to
draw from that makes interesting con
versation ' to . the .younger , generations
and we always appreciate such a visit.
A meeting will be held at Geo. T.
Prather's office next Saturday afternoon
at 2 o'clock for the purpose of making
the necessary arrangements for holding
Fruit Growers' institute in this place on
the 26th and 27th of March. Doctor
Withycombe of the State Agricultural
College will be present and.also a num
ber of other prominent men interested
in fruit growing. This promises to be
an" interesting and beneficial occasion
for fruit growers and it will pay them
well to bear the dates in mind'. -
. Frequently at the request of the par
ties most concerned,' the clerk's office is
.turned into a chapel ; and the officers
not only issue the license, but see that
the marriage ceremony takes place be
fore there is au opportunity for backing
out on the proposition. This morning
the reporter fortunately stepped in upon
such an occasion and witnessed a prob
lem in. addition successfully solved by
Rev. D. V. Poling, when Chas. Warren,
of Hood River and Miss Salina Pyburn,
of Wasco, were united in marriage. The
ceremony had all the solemnity of a
church wedding, and those who wit
nessed it observed such decorum that
the clerk and his deputy actually forgot
to kiss the bride, much to their disgust
upon afterthought. Chronicle.
J. L. Anderson, a doputy consul for
the Modern Woodmen of America, has
been in town the past week endeavoring
to secure enough new members for or
ganizing a lodge of the Order here. He
informs us that he is meeting with good
success and that he expects to organize
sometime the last of the present month
with a membership of twenty-five or
more. The order is a good one and is
growing at a rate of 10,000 new members
each month, and though but sixteen
years old now has a membership of al
most a half million. -- -: -
A Pleasant Gathering.
The gathering at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold, of the Pleasanton neigh
borhood on Saturday evening, Feb. 3rd,
will long be remembered by those pres
ent as one of unalloyed pleasure. It
was in honor of Mrs. Arnold's birthday
and the gathering was a surprise to her,
The evening was passed with games and
music, one feature of the program being
a "cake walk," and the participants be
ing roundly applauded. Mr. Lou. Isen
berg and Miss Bess Isenberg "walked off
with the cake." The jolly party broke
up at 12 o'clock after enjoying a boun
teous supper served by the genial host
and hostess. . . .
Those present were as follows : Misses
Bernice Foley, Ida Foss,,,Mary, Foley,
Cora Fields, Ella Iseuberg, Bess- Isen
berg, Mary Gerkin, Naney Gerkin, Mar
ion Sabine; Mesdames L. 8. Isenberg
and S. W. Arnold ; Messrs. Frazier, Sa
bine, Smith,, Slingerland, Kelley, L.
Isenberg, Barnes, Foley, Walter Isen
berg, Will Isenberg, Fields, Ellis, Ing
alls, Gerkins, Hull, Blue, F. . H. Isen
berg, S. W. Arnold, and Masters Floy
and Clyde Arnold. ' . .. B.
The following named pupils of Hood
River schools were neither tardy nor ab
sent during the month ending Feb. 2 : '
Vera Jackson, Percy Adams,
Lilly Shute, Albert Halverson,
: Chas. Tostevin, r Lena Evans, -....
Carrie Byerlee, . Chas. Shute,
Harvey Rand, - - Henry Brown, YY
Pansy Baker, "Y Delia Boling, ;
Ethel Mooney, ; Amy Stuhr, .
Margaret Fredien, Webster Kent, '.;
. Georgia Prather, Bertha Rorden '
Blanche Howe, V Earl Blagg, V: .
. Walter Parsons, . Lester ,Foss, - '
Elwood Luckey, Harry Fredein,. :
- Roy Eyinger, - Sylvia Russell, U
. Ruth Coon, : Harold Hershner, .
Maynard Cole, -. Zena Miller,
Grace Prather, Allie Welds, ; Y-
Walter Howell, -. Neil Evans, ' ,
' Dolly AVelds, Florence Coon, '.
Eugene Bayers, -: Mason. Baldwin,'.-';:
... Lawrence Gerdes, Claude Thompson,
? Clinton Mooney, Kenneth Baker, :;
Chas. Sormiksen, Austin Lockman,
Carl Kent, .';- Howard Hartley,
Wallace Moody, " George Pugh,
Willie Baker, Fred Fredein, '.--... .
Willie Evinger, Lois Campbell, ;',
Anna McCafferty, Hazel Olinger, ''
Lena Newton, Margurette Kent,"", ,
Etta Blagg," - , Gertrude JJT&arton,
Marie Lockman, May Mooney,
Viola Miller, -Anna Kent,
Richard Bartlett, Faith Bartlett,
Viola Kent, Esther Cox, ; .
Milo Fredericks, . Freddie Gee,
Edith Mulkins, Bessie Mooney, -
.- Everett Rand, . Blanche Stuhr, ..-
' Earl Leslie, Roy Blagg, Y-.
Aldine Bartmess, Hazel McCrory,
.Eva Yates, " ;; Susie Hall,
Willie Pugh, Merle Drake, .-'..-Harley
Drake. ; - Y
C. D. Thompson, Principal.-
News of the Week Gathered by
Our Local Writers.
Chenowith Edgings. "
Geo. Simonds paid a visit to Stevenson
About six inches of snow fell here' on
the 2nd instant." . "-Y ; Y r ' ' ,
Mr. Stewart Eccles and wife returned
from Utah last week.
James McMennamy took the boat for
Oregon City, Saturday. " "; ;"
'.Ed. Perry and A. Larson went to the
Dalles Friday, returning Sunday. ;
Wm. Woods and John Wellberg paid
a visit to Laurel Camp, M. W. of. A.: at
The Dalles last Tuesday. : . '
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Nelson, who have
been in the boarding house business
here for some time, emigrated to Oregon
City last Saturdav. . . ". V f . - ;
Last-week will be remembered up here
as a week of 'accidents. On Tuesday
morning J. Wilson got his leftleg caught
between two cars while train was . in
motion, bruising it very' badly. The
unfortunate fellow, was taken to the
hospital r Saturday.. ' About two hours
later A. C. Frick received a.blow across
the stomach from a falling tree which
laid him up for the balance of the week.
On Wednesday Mr. Bryant, while stand
ing in fronof the pony saw, got struck
uy a snanK on uie leit arm maxing an
ugly cut. Mr. B. went to Portland to
have, wound dressed. ' On Thursday
Harry Dodson was struck on the head
by a vine maple, laying the skull bare
for an inch. His wound was dressed by
. - Hast Side Snapshots.
Mr. Bayard, of the O'Dell district, had
one of his eyes very badly injured while
piling .brush last week. " .'
Miss Ella Stanffer has ,been quite sick
during the past week. We trust she
will soon be out again. . a
Miss Minnie Pausch is gradually im
proving and hopes are now entertained
fjr her entire recovery. '
. Tue sociable at the home of Henry
Hcnigan last '. Wednesday evening wi s
largely attended, and a most enjoyable
evening spent by those present. f
The heavy wind storm of Monday
night was the most severe for many
years. The uprooting of some of the
very oldest residents is the only damage
reported. : : .
The foothills are - now covered with a
slight fall of congealed element, which
leads one to the conclusion of the old
timer, who said he knew no more than
an "Injun" about the weather, and then
remarked that an Indian does not know
anything at all about it. "
The indications are favorable for a
lively movement in this favored portion
of the valley, as several parties are now
thinking of buying homes here in the
near future. Let them come ; there is
not a more favorable locality in Oregon.
While farm houses are pretty numerous
there is plenty of room for more, and
land will never command less money
than it does today. - Y - . -
' Special School Taxes.
Twenty-two of the 65 school districts
in the county have levied special taxes
for the maintenance of schools, and to
pay for the new buildings."' They are as
follows: ... 1. '',.
No. District: ' " ... ... Mills
4. Barrett,Hood River valley. . 20
v lento.. . ........... . .3
East Hood River. . . . .... ,..,2
Antelope.'. . , . ,'',
Tygh Valley. . .
Five Mile. . . . .'-,
Mosier.. v. ......
12. The Dalles. ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
9. Three miles west of The Dalles 2
6. Mt. Hood. ; ...... . . .. . . . ... 12
11 Mill Creek.. ., . ; .. 3
2. Frankton. v.... 6
8.' : Mosier.. i . . .'. . . . . ; 6
' 7. East Hood River.;".", . ; , v . 8
33. Haynes 8
29. Duf ur ............ . . ...... .. 10
15. Ten-Mile . ... 1i
43. South Hood River. , .15
14. Three-Mile 3
61. West Hood RivefH. Y,. .-. . 2
3. Hood River..:.!.. .....15
. Sixty-two districts have been reported
to the school superintendent that three
or more months school was taught dur
ing the past year. . ' -
l,ist of Jurors.
The - following list of jurors has been
drawn for the February term of court :
L. J. Klinger, farmer, Dufur.
.. Geo. F. Arnolds, farmer, The Dalles. :
Seth Morgan, farmer. The Dalles..
- A. J. Graham, clerk, Hood River.
B. F. Laughlin, capitalist, The Dalles.
Mike Kennedy, farmer, Wamic.
" Henry Meier, merchant, The Dalles.
. William Aiken, laborer, The Dalles..
Geo. E. Moore, farmer, Wamic.
J. W. Marquiss, farmer, The Dalles. .
F. Locke farmer, Hood River. J-
Lee Evans, farmer, Mosier.-
' D. L. Cates, merchant, Cascade Locks.
Chas. Koehler, farmer, Nansene
-James Kelly, farmer, The Dalle"..
. Ed Bothwell, farmer, Victor.' " -';.
U.' J. Hurst, farmer, The Dalles. :
A. C. Masten, farmer, Victor. ;
R. L. Kirkham, farmer, Boyd. .
.Harry Hudson, farmer, Boyd.
C. T. Bonney, merchant, Hood River.
k. S. Blowers, merchant, Hood River.
C. D. Durbin, stockman, Antelope.
C. Adams, merchant, Tygh Valley.
James Donaldson, farmer, Kingsley.
J. C. Clausen, fanner, Nansane.
K. A. Bonney, farmer, Tygh Valley.
John Malone, stockman, Antelope.
K. H. Koberg, farmer, Hood River.
J. M. Driver, farmer, Wamic.
Dave Creighton, farmer, The Dalles.
Mike Kennedy, Geo. F. Moore and F.
Driver, all of Waniic, have been excused
by the judge because of the prevalence
of smallpox in the vicinity where they
live, and Mr. Kircham was excused be
cause of infirmities. - .Y ;- . Y "
When using a SPRAY PUMP you
want one that agitates the spraying" ma
terial instead of yourself. The "POMO
NA" is the only one that fully answers
this purpose. ' We are anxious to have
the orchards receive better spraying and
to encourage this, we offer the "best for
the money", the '.'POMONA." -
- Davidson Feuit Company. ;
' . WHEN YOU WANT
First-class painting and paper hang
ing, call on E. L. Rood, at Hood River.
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The following-named justices of the
peace are authorized to register voters
in their respective preciucts and have
been supplied with blanks for that pur
pose: . ... '
Falls precinct J. F. Stout.
Vinton M. F. Bird.
. Mosier J. P. Carroll.
Baldwin Ezra Hensen. . .
Oak Grove H. T. Comm. Y
Wamaic F. II. Woodcock. -Antelope
A. F. M. Kircldiehnpr.
Boyd 8. Covey.
Ramsey W. R. Wenefee."V -Kingsley
' Hood RiveivG. T. Prather. y
Eight Mile W.J. Harriman.
Nansena J. J. Murray. 4-
Dufui- L. B. Thomas.
Congregational -Church, y
f Preaching service with worship utmy "Sun
day at 11 a. m. and 7 :S0 p. m. unless otherwise
announced. Junior Society every Sunday at
8 p. in.; Christian Kndeavor Society at 7 p. m.
Sunday School at 10 a, m.
The Ladies' Aid Society meets on the 1st and
3d Fridays of each month at 2 p. m. Tile
Wonians'Missionary Society meets toe last Sat
urday of each month at 2 p. m. The pastor will
reach a sermon to the children the lirst Sun
ay of each month at 11 a. m.
A cordial welcome to all who come v
. .. J. L. llKiwHXiiK, Pastor.
Notice to Voters. - .
:. -t.. ,'
Under the provision of th? rigiHtration
IttvTa1t pefsons"whferriSg1f!tefHg ro-re-
quired to furnish to the registering of
ficer the following information:
If naturalized, the time, place, and
court of naturalization, i In this ; con
nection, it is necessary to produce nat
uralization papers, or declaration of in
tention. -. "'.-'"" - ' : :.
Residence must be specific ;'giying pre
cinct, section, township and range; if
within town or city, the street, No. if
any, and No. of lot and block ; if in any
building where rooms are numbered, the
number of the room and floor must be
given. Y-Y ' '.';. YY ": ' Y
In order to avoid unnecessary delay
and inconvenience, every person desir
ing to register should be prepared to fur
nish the above information. '
, Facilities will be furnished ill every pre
cinct in the county by either Justice, of
the Peace or Notary Public, r
. . V :' A. M. Kelsay,
dec 11 30 dys County Clerk.
A Complete Line of Hosiery and La
dies Underwear for sale by '.
; S. H. COX.
Buy vour SHINGLES at W; E. Sher-
rill's as he has just received a ' new
brand winch is tar superior to any tnat
have been placed on the market here
before. They are manufactured by C.
W. Allen, of Castle Rock Wash.
We are making a special sale of ALL
WOOL Gentelemen's UNDERAVEAR,
at $1.25 per Suit. - An Extra Fine Line
at $1.50 per Suit." . , . ; - . ,
,.: .' : NOTICE. f -
i - Owing to the unprecedented
. .demand for frtfilif 'tiSjei"Ttllver
: the country it wiil be necessary
to place yonr order early as the
.- prices are sure; to. advance on
; most lines before another month.
"X ' r- '1 H. C. Batkham, j
: - Columbia Nursery.
Blsrh Water AdVertUlngr Mark.
Th Now York Herald of Anril 17 crlnted an
editorial statement that on the previous day
(Sunday, April 16) its paid advertising reached
the high water mark in that journal's history.
i ne i;nica?o x riDune on inai same aay, ihmi
Sunday, April 111. printed not only more adver
tising than the New York Herald, but what is
believed to be the greatest amount ever printed
In a single issue 01 any regular main eauion ot
a newspaper. Leaving out of account the twenty-two
columns of advertising printed by the
rew xora tieraia on mai aay in ine special sec
tion devoted to the interests of Brooklyn and
New Jersey and appearing only in those editions,
the record of " The Tribune for April 1(1 sur
passed that of the Herald for the same day by
more than 10,000 agate lines of paid advertising.
Even allowing the Herald all it claims, includ
ing Its Brooklyn and New Jersey supplements,
the New York Herald on that day still fell short
of " The Tribune " by more than 1.UUO lines in
me actual amount or paid advertising.
The exact figures are given as follows: The
New York Herald of April 16 printed in its main
edition, exclusive of Its Drooklvn and New Jer
sey supplements, 77.82:1 agate lineaof advertise
ments, inciuamg mose supplements it claims
86,700. " The Chicago Tribune ' printed -that
day S8.4S0 agate lines of paid advertisements.
The comparison should be made In lines of agate
measure, because the columns of " The Trib
une " are longer and contain 305 agate lines,
while those of the New York Herald contain onlv
2S8 lines of agate each. - . - .
For the four Sundays ending April 16, the
number of columns of advertisements in the New
lork Herald, according to Its own claims and
Including Its Brooklyn and New Jersey special
section, was 1.0G7.25. In the Bame period of time
" The Tribune " printed 1,084.4:1 columns of ac
tual paid advertisements. These, reduced to
agate lines, give the New York Herald 80718
lines and " The Tribune " 330.701 lines. In " The
Tribune " there were printed in that period
23,38.1 more agate lines than In the New York
Herald. This excess was equal to eighty-one
eolumns of the size of those of the New York
Herald. Therefore the New York Herald printed
an average of 20.25 columns less each Sunday
than " The Chicago Tribune." .
Tribute from the South.
(From the New Orleans Times-Democrat.
Apropos of all this, and other, news from
Paris, we take this opportunity . to express
our admiration of. the . extremely able and
interesting news service from Paris and from
London which "The ChlcagSVK ne "-has -been
running dally in Its columns for several
months past. Several of the New York dallies
have excellent cable letters from London and
sometimes other European capitals in their
Sunday Issues, but they appear as a rule only
once a week, the brief dispatches which they
get on the other days of the week not amount
ing to much in the way of an intelligible and
adequate presentation of European nws.
" The Chicago Tribune's foreign service,
signed " 0race Corneau " from Paris and
" H. J. tVhlgham " from London, taking it
all the week around, is a lone Way ahead of
the foreign news service of any of the New
One or two of the New York papers have
had for years a deservedly high . reputation
for presenting their readers wlfh news of In-'
terest from foreign parts, and the- public will '
not forget its Indebtedness to them on that
account. But it is beyond dispute that the
star of journalism Is Westward taking Its
way. and that the journalism of Chicago is
beginning to be the metropolitan journalism
of the present, and will certainly be. if things
move as they are moving now, the metro
politan Journalism of the future. We do not
generally, if at all. approve the politics of
The Chicago Tribune." but. apart from its
politics. It is. in our opinion, superior to any
of the New York papers. Not on-ly is its for
eign news service thA hMt In tha, TTnltarf
6tates, but Its home news service covers the
country wun a lunness to which the New
York papers are strangers. " The Tribune's "
edition last Sunday must have caused qualms
of envy to the journalists of New York. It was
a journalistic effort to which hitherto none
of the Gotham papers has been. equal
could be more appetising than " big - Lu
cretia Dewberries. Yet they are easy to
get. Plants 50c per dozen at '
I Columbia Nursery.
. Physician arid Surg eonr
. .. ' HOOD MVEB, OKBfiON. ' . -
Ofi'tCEOver" Kverhart's Store. :'Plione 81;
Residence 33 and Central. '
Physician and Surgeon,
. - HOOD RIVKIt, OKKUO.N.
Telephone: Residence 81; Office 33. Surgeon
. for O. R. b N. Co.
Physician and Surgeon, ;
Office over Williams' Drug Store. Tei.kpiione
. Main 121.
JOHN LELAND HlTNtiEIlSON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Abstracter and Notary Public,
HOOD RIVER, - - - OREGON.
Davidson Fruit Co,
" Shippers of f; r
r ACKERS OF THE " " "
Hood River Brand of" Cannkd Fruits,
BOXES AND FEUIT PACKAGES,
And Dealers in
Agricultural Implements and
H. C. liATEHAM,
HOOD RIVER, OR.
ALL KINDS. OP NURSERY STOCK. LARGE ASSORT
MENT. BEST VARIETIES. .
An invitation is extended to the public to cull
and inspect my trees and shrubbery. ' - ' -.
-FOR SALE BY-
S. J. LA FRANCE.
. Has opened up m liisnewBtore,
J-j-with A fine Hue of .-v
WATGEHES. CLOCKS AND
REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY.
Caretul Attention given to testing the
Eyes and fitting Glasses.
During, the winter months I will
deliver Milk only in the morn
ing. The price will be, during
January and February, -
..5 cents per quart..
J. W. MAYES.
In Hood River, Opposite Postoffice,
Now Ready for Business.
Is prepared to fu mirth, at all times, any ami
everything usuitlly found In a
firxt-HHRH bkerv. "
Bread, Pies And Cakes Baked to Order
on Short Notice. -- v. i
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon City, Or., Nov. 17, 1809.
.Notice is hereby given thst the following
named aettler has filed notice of his intention
to make finttl proof in support of hiv claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Regis
ter and Receiver, at Oregon City, Oregon, on
January 24, 19 00, vu: ' .
ALEXANDER BARR, II. ENo. 1003!),
for the W of 8 W i & S W 4 of N W of
Sec. IS, Town. 1, north of Range 6, cast. "
He names the following wltnranea to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz: ..
Frederick W. Ough, James Henry Robertson,
and Mason Latourell, all of Lutourell, Or., and
Alexander Watts, of Orient, Or.
: CHAS. B. MOORES, Register.
THE EVENHB TELEGRAM,
- . . Of Portland, Oregon, and
"EXCITIJMl KXPEIUIS.VCBS IN OITR WAR WITH
SPAIX AND THB F1UP1NOS,"
Edited hy Marshall Everett and profuuely illue
1 Month, .6(1; With Uook,......1.25
3 " 1.S5; " . " ..,vl.7S
6 . " ........... 2.75; " " 8.00
12 " ........J. 5.00; " " 6:2S
Book by mail or express wteuty-five cents extra
W P QUPPPII i 'C
V W 1.1 Wi I Shan I B. B II lalUa -Wj;
New Furniture at Portland Prices.
'QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS" is our motto.
Builders, Supplies, Etc. .
Is complete and not equaled between Portland and The Dalles '
A firstclass mechanic ready to do all kinds of repairing, and .
: new work either by the job or by the day. :
Shingles and Finishing Lumber
j Constantly on Hand. '
W. E. ; SHEIIKILL'S JFUKNITURE STOltE,
Rooms on Oak Street and Seooni Street, Hood River; Or. "
HOOD RIVER, OREGON,
Carry a Full Line
EN ERA! If
Dry Goods, Boots and
' Come and
J. J. LUCKEY.
. H. D. LANG1I.LE.
MT. HOOD STAGE CO.
Daily Stage Between
Hood River and Cloud Cap Inn.
First-class Turnouts for Tourists and Commercial Travelers. -
Competent Drivers, Good Conveyances, Moderate Rates.
General livery, delivery and
The best of care, taken of transient
NEW GOODSFlJtL STOCK, A FINE EINE OF
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, NOTIONS," TOILET ARTICLES;-'
GROCERIES, FLOUR AND FEED, :
Fine Silk and Wool Goods for Fancy - Work.
Come and Examine our :
, 5 Cent and 10 Cent Counters.
S. H. COX, Proprietor,
MRS. IIA11WOOD, Manager.
We are now in our own building and as we pay spot cash for
evi?ry dollars worth of goods we buy, do our own work and pay
no rent, we are in a position to meet the prices of any v '.'Hub"
or "Leader" in town, j . . v . - '" "
.Come and See Us. . .
A. S. BLOWERS & SON.
GEO. P. GROMTELL,
!- (Successor to E. L. Smith Olilcst EstaWiahed Houne in the Valley.) '
DEALER IN i. '
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and
. Shoesj Flour, Feed, Etc. , ,
The HOOD RIVER TRADING CO.
AORICULTIIRAL IMPLEMENTS AKD VEIIiGLES.
-YOU CAN GET
-At Reasonable Prices
and grain, at x : -
Everhart's Store in Hood River.
Shoes, Flour and Feed.
dray work of every description.
stock, and satisfaction guaranteed.
canned goods,: Hour, feed