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flOOD RIVER, OR. JAN. 13, 1S114.
The most comprehensive word in the
JEoglish language is Woman. Not be
cause either the woman or the word
.embraces more, but because the woman
Is simply incomprehensible. She covers
tthe entire range from good to bad. She
-not beneath the angels, and .not
.above the fiends. Man's best friend;
Jiis greatest enemy. The power that
pushes him to the pinnacle, of fame;
the octopus that fastens her tentacles
,on him to his destruction. The bah
ibliug brook that lulls him to slumber;
the raging torrent that sweeps him to
,-death; A purring kitten with a touch
like velvet; a tigei with claws of steel.
Anon, like Nature, "She speaks a va
rious language. She glides into his
.darker musings with a mild and gentle
sympathy that steals away their sharp
ness ere he is aware;" and in her worser
jjnoods reconciles him to a life beyond
the grave. Soothing as balm to his
deeper wounds; irritating as salt to the
petty scratches of his annoyances. At
tractive as a magnet", dangerous as a
.buzz saw.' , A rose, and a thorn, l'er
fume to his soul; ammonia to his nos
, Arils. Solacing as the' best Havana;
itorturing as a tight shoe. A light in
tthe dark; a blindfold In, the daylight.
' .An illegible guide board; sending some
the right and others the wrong road.
"Man's bane and antidote. ; And yet we
,ull like' her. In all her moods and
Senses, past, present or future, here's a
,health to woman .individually and col
lectively. May her grip on her hus
band's heart and her test friends hair
never grow less. She's J.iard to get
,along with, but impossible to do with
rout. .The . sweetest, dearest, greatest
, necessity; knowing ho law, but laying
;lt down like Solon. May she queen it
:foreve,r over the baser yoke-fellow,
.Man, until Gabriel blows his trumpet
on resurrection morn, at which time
j.shecan safely be trusted to pick out
.the finest and best fitting raimant and
.go to bossing the angels. So be it.
NOT IN OB EG ON.
Governor Pennoyer certainly over
. gStepped the bounds of truth in his letter
to the president concerning the con
dition of the people of Oregon. There
is not a state in the union where the
people are as free from want us this.
As a matter of fact, Oregon is pre-emi-aieiitly
an agricultural slate, and crops
,uever fail. In Eastern Oregon tiie
farmers are perhaps as hard pushed as
they ever were, but this was caused by
the unusual weather, the early and
ibeavy rains damaging their wheat, and
the financial question had nothing to
,do with it. Oregon is the poor man's
paradise. He can live better on less
rwork than anywhere in the world.
Here at Hood River a condition of af
fairs exists that is positively unique
.and defies rivalry., The farmer mar
kets his crop in a top .buggy and hauls
iis cow feed and hay home in the same
vehicle He rises when he gets ready
.And quits work when the spirit moves
him, which it does early and often. As
& rule, every farmer owns a buggy or
hack and a good team. He is well
.dressed, hps children comfortably clad
and shod the year round, and his wife
.and daughters are well enough dressed
to be presentable every day in the year
n any city In the union. While not
posing as society leaders, or turning
their whole attention to dress, we as
sert that the ladies of Hood Ri er val
jjey are dressed as well, as their ci.ty sis
ters. They wear handsome drse
jmade of good materials, stylishly cut,
.and they wear them with that grace
ithat shows they are accustomed to
.them. Our stores at Christmas time
lid a larger business thar ver before,
ind hundreds of dollars were spent for
reBe,uts. If these things mean hard
jtlmes, we have them. ,
SftW the governor ot Oregon to the
governor of Colorado: "Friend Waite,
what do you think pf the streets of the
, new Jerusalem being paved with gold?
As for me; I kick." .Said the governor
fit Colorado to the governor of vOregon:
.' -up fiend .Sylly, unless at least the side
I streets are paved with silver I won't
0,. Poutinue kicking."
5 A Kind friiie,. '
Brother Harlan of The Dalies Clironr
4ole has the following kind criticism
for thi.s'pomperdium of useful infoT
The motto of the Hood River Gla
cier is: "It is a cold day when we get
left," and is singularly appropriate.
'The undismayed John don't get enough
patronage to properly feed Mrs Cradie
Jjaugh's canary bird, yet the Glacier
appears on time each week with its
(Usual quota of caustic comments upon
societies and classes of the town, relig
ious, political ami otherwise, , with c.s
Jit tie artfulness and about the same in
flitterence ns the mythical Arizona
Jilcker, which the Hood River journal
much resembles in its slraight-irom-(he-shoulder
utterances. Hood River
puld not get along without its Gla
piEK any more than a contirrned mor
phine fiend could dispense with his fa
vorite drug, ' and if the community
phouid some day awake and find -the
ttice closed it would be productive of
general lamentation and a generous
The fact that I bo meeting of Die
democratic clubs of Oregon was held at
The Dulles Tuesday hud nothing to do
with the churches of that city observ
ing a week of prayer. It was simply a
Silence being golden, and our gov
ernor being against the gold standard,
will not keep silent. Me talks too
Our esteemed contemporary, The.
Dulles t'hronie'e, puts words in our
mouth that d n't . belong there. The
6li balance of the resolution, not offered,
but suggested by us at the late conven
tion at The Dalles was, that "a dem
ocratic congress being in session ffnd a
democratic president who understood
the country's needs being at the helm,
now was a icood time for Oregon denir
ocracy to saw wood." As -will be seen
by our contemporary's statement, there
is a distinction with a vast difference.
The Oregonian n kicking against tiie
assessment of Multnomah county takes
the position that property is worth only
the sum which its earnings indicate; in
other words, that its value is fixed by
the per cent of net money it will earn
in a given time, and so, insists that The
Oregonian buildjng, by far the finest
in Portland, is assessed at its full value,
because it will not earn 3 per- cent, net
on the assessed valuation, which, is $98,-
000. In one sense this is true, but if
this mode of valuation is adopted, we
assert that every farm in Eastern Ore
gon, and most of those iu the Willam
ette valley, are assessed far tocbigh.
The farms of Eastern Oregon, this
year, have paid nothing, consequently,
according to Oregonian logic, should
not be assessed. The same.rulo applied
to this print shop should entitle us to a
bonus from the state. And on top of
all its kicking, our big contemporary
emphatically asserts that ''Multnomah
will pay her proportion.- She will pay
no more." Its editor should strike up
a partnership with Colorado's governor.
With two such valient warriors the
financial and revenue departments of
the government would take a new
Congressman Johnson, in debating
the Wilson sbill, opened with an ar
raignment of the democratic party for
inaction in carrying out its promise to
reform what it had characterized du
ring the campaign as the. "rubber tar
ifi." He said: "We pledged ourselves
to abolish jt if the American people
gave us .authority; and then our haste-
to repeal oppressive taxes subsided, and
instead of Hying at the throat of the
protected barons and robber trusts, the,
great democratic party began, as it
were, to wag its tail and look for
crumbs. 'If Cleveland bad shown the
sagacity and courage the situation de
manded, the ink wouid not have been
dry on the commissions of his secre
taries before congress had been called
into extra session to "relieve the coun
try of .its extra burden of taxation. 'As
the climax of all this delay came the
shameful days we have just passed
through, iu which the h use stpod. par
alysed because, despite our overwhelm
ing majority, we d mocrats would nei
ther furnish a quotum to be counted,
nor count one really present.!' He
commended the bill for itsYlow at the
sugar trust, but added: "The whisky
trust, the steel-rail trust, the cordage
trust, tho bicycle trust, the lead trust,
are le"t free to pluck the American con
sumer." He spoke of steel rails, of
which he is one of the largest manufac
turers in the country, declaring that
the present duty was equal to 50 per
cent., while the present hill proposes
a reduction of only 25 percent.
! The Union Pacitio receivers are play
ing a fine hand. To our not overly
acute vision there seems to be lines be
tween lines that may be easily read.
Since the receivers took charge they
have been busily engaged in segregat
ing the branch lines from the main
line, thus' preparing tho way for the
Union Pacitio contention that the gov
ernment claim can apply only to the
main Jine. As the iiuiju line can be
paralleled for one half the sum owing
to the government, jf things can be
manipulated so as to shut oft" the gov
ernment's claim to lien on the branch
lines, it would he (told to take the maiu
line. -The talk of the Q..R. & N. again
taking possession of its line is a part of
this scheme, and there is nothing iu it.
A Qnarter Century Test.
For a quarter of a century Dr. King's
New Discovery has beeu tested, and
the millions who have received benefit
from its use testify' to its. wonderful
curative powers iu all JJseases of throat,
chest and lungs. A remedy that has
stood tho test so long and that 1ms
given so uuiversal satisfaction, is no ex
periment.' Each "bottle is positively
guaranteed to give relief, or the money
will be refunded. It is admitted to be
the most reliable for coughs and colds.
Trial bottle free at the Hood River
Pharmacy. Large size 50c. and $1.
' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Oflice at Vancouver, wash. Jan. 10,: 1804.
Notice la hereby Riven that the following
named settler has riled notice of his inten
tion to make llnal proof in support of his
claim and that said proof will bo mad
before W. R. Dunbar Commissioner United
States Circuit Court for District of Washington
at (oldcndale, Washington, on February
SM.itjM, viz: . - , . , ...
George B. Lyle, ; -.
Preemption Declatory Statement No: 2808, for
the ie sec 2, tp 4, n r K east, wrll. hier.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz: Thurmon li. w right, John
H Simmons, Frank K. Reynolds, Lewis C.
wrieht.all of Lyle P. O., wash. i .
Jni;ifbl7 John D. Ukoobgan. Register
CORK. -SOLE .:SHOES,V- ; ' ; -.
, For Ladies and Gentlemen.
MISSES' CLOAKS, . ;-v::
Cheap Enough for Any One
At Reduced Prices
DRESS ; GOODS, , ' ' :
In Hew and Stylish Weaves
STAMPED., LINENS,'. ":' ; A . '
An Elegant Assortment
LINED GLOVES,--v.--.,-: , r ':;
Comfortable in Cold Weather
CHENILLE TABLE COVERS,
Bright and Handsome
SEE CORNER WINDOW, - : ,
. CHOICE OF MEN'S HATS, $1.50.
). : . T; All Goods marked in plain figures.
. These are some of our lines of Goods
close them out at once:
Our $4 00 Ladies' Kid Shoes, Paris toe, patent tip, at..... .......$2J95
" 3 75 Ladies' Kid Shoes, Paris toe, patent tip, at 2 60
" 2 75 Ladies' Kid Shoes, opera toe, at........ 1 90
" 2 50 Ladies- Kid Shoes, opera toe, at J ,55
." 5 00 Men's Cork Sole Shoes, at.... 3 50
4 00 Men's Buckingham & Hecht Shoes, at. 3 20
" 3 50 Men's Shoes, at ...... , ...V....!... ...... ......... 2 50
" 3 00 Men's Hats, at... 2 25
2 50 Men's Hats 1 75
" ' 75c Ladies' Dress Goods, at.. , 50
-, " 60c Ladies' Dress Goods, at.......... 40
" 40c Ladies' Dress Good's, at I.... 32
25c Ladies' Dress Goods; at..
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- Call and get our prices, as we
thought o'., :
The Fruit Market. '
From ' the quotations from the . Stv
Louis fruit markets it appears the apple
is not rated as we rate them here. The
report y: , ''Newtown pippins and
like varieties, 3.75 to $4, Baldwin and
winesap $4.25", Beii Davis, York impe
rial and Johnson's winter, $4.50." At
the same time it qotes California belle
fleurs at $1.50 per box and "Oregon
mixed-according to-quality and color."
The first prices-given are for barrels.
Prices are' ;mueh lower than a month
ago when the demand from the south
forced them beyond what the market
could stand, the prices shutting off lo
cal consumption and reducing them
selves.. But with present quotations
apples 'shipped from here in carload
lots should net, if packed and. assorted
properly, 75 cents a bx. '
For sale at Hood River Pharmacy. .
A. S. BENNETT.
A 1 TOBNE Y-A T-LA W.
-OF FICE IN SHANNO'S BUILDING CORNER
, OF COURTAND SECOND STREET,
The Dalles, Oregon.
J. F. WATT, v
Physician and Surgeon
HOOD RIVER, OR.
Is especially prepared to treat Diseases of
Nose and Throat. , . ' - . ... '
. DPFUK HXKKVSB, '
Attorneys-at-Law, , ,
Chapman Block, over Postoff ice
THE; DALLES OREGON.
NOTICE, KFOCKHOIBEtt'S MEETING
The first annual meeting of the Hood
River Fruit. Grower's Union will be (
held in Hood River, Ore., Saturday
Jan. 13, 1394 at 10 o'clock a. m. for the
pursose of etecting officers, aruending
bylaws and such 'other business as
may cpuie before the meeting. ,
. 11. F. Davidson,
' BS aBa-E W3 P33
that we are selling at cost, in order to
will sell you goods at prices never before
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
. Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878.
United Stales Land Office,
Vancouver, Wash., December hi 1893.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
Junes, 1878, entitled "An act for the kale of
timber lands in the states of California, Ore
iron. Nevada and Wash. Tor.." Peter L. Camer
on of White Salmon county of Klickitat state.of
Oregon, nas this day Uicd in this ottiee Ins
sworn statement No. l60u, for the purchase of
the lofetl,&!,&:M) aeJ4 & naJ4 sej of sec. no. ti iu
tp..No. 4 norihi'ange no. 11 east, and will oiler
proof to show that the land sougnt is more
valuable for its timber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes and to esUiblish his claim
to said land before the Register ai.d Receiver
of this ollioeat Vancouver Wash., on Tuesday
the 27th day of February,189J.
lie names as witnesses: Frank Lane, G. A.
Thomas; Fidward Fordice, allot' White Sal
mon wash, George Uiliuer, of Gilmer P. O.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file
meir claims in mis oiliceonor oeiore saiuznn
nay of Fobruary 1804.
dcZii f b Joiin D. Geoghegan, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. '
Land Office at The Dalles Or. Nov. 14, 189tk
Notice is hereby given that the following-
namea seiuer nas niea nonce oi nis lniention
to make Jinal proof in support of his claim,
and ttiat said proof will be made before the
Register and Receiver U. S. L. O. at '1'hyDalles
Or. on Jan. 9, 18a4, viz:
" Elijah V. UdlI,
Homestead No. 8148 fsr the n e :see 30, 1 1 n,
r 10 e.
He names the following witnosses to prov
her continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion ot said land viz: C. J. U.jls es, M. F. Loy,
James Uoag, R. Qraliam, all of Hood River,
nDl-de23 John W. Lewis, Register.
, I will pay tiie highest market value
for all kinds 'of raw furs during the
season at Hartley's butcher shop.
' : '": "v " "7. "' " li. i). ' LAN(aLi.B. "
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Or., Nov . 14, 1893.
Notice is hereby given that the followins
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make iinal proof In support
of his claim, and that said proof will b uuidt
before the Register and Receiver of the TJ. S.
Lund Oflic at The Dalles, Or., on Jan. V,
1S!)4. viz: :
George Udell, Administrator of the Estate of
, james a uueii, .
Homestead No. 8149 foe the s ,e sec SO, 1 1 n,
r 10 e. t
He names th following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz: C J. Hayes, E. w.Udell,
H. Graham, w. Graham, all of llood River,
ol(S-de23 John W. Lewis, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver wash. Nov. 20, 1893
Notice is hereby "given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make commutati'on proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
before the Register and Receiver U. -t). Land
Oflice at Vancouver wash, on December
tSQ, 1893, viz: .
' Peter C. Cameron. ,
Hd. No. 8877 for the n w 1-4 n w 1-4 rec 24 and
n n e 1-4 and s e 1-4 n e 1-4 sec 23 Tp 5 n r 10 e
w in: '
Ht names the following witnesses t prove
her continuous residence upon and cultlva
lon of, taid land, viz: Q. A. Thomas Robert
Foredice, of white (Salmon wash. George Gil
mer, Wlllinm Gilmer, of Gilmer, Washington, j
nv25dc30 John D. Gkogheqan, Register,
f-3 jfipteA '4 rj pi d h &4ts& Vis
FURNITURE AND ALL
- "A large' supply of,. and 'Exclusive Bight to sell ,
HpMjwagiyi KqnisFnrjat k mjnaga3laff' y?
Celebrated liquid colors and tinted leads.
; Undertaking a Specsialty.'
Prepared to furnish at once, a fine class of coiflns, also a cheap grade
' '. , but neat and substantial. 1
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS IN .
HAEBfASB, ;; T1MWARE, :; Etc, : Tlo,
Corner of Second .'and Federal Streets.
Acorn and Charter Oak
Stoves and Ranges.
Guns, Ammunition and Sporting Goods,
; Iron, Coal,
- Blacksmith Supplies, .
Wagonmaker's Material, .
Pumps and Ppipe,
Plumbing Supplies. '
That thirty days is as long as we can credit,, goods, and would respectfully
request our patrons to govern themselves accordingly. , ; .
' Private Fcrniiila
And a Complete Line of -
DBUBS, CHEMICALS MD MEDICINES.
. YOURS FOR HOOD RIVER, -
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" ; ; WILLIAMS BKOSIUS, ;,'
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' HAVE CONSTANTLY ON IIAiTD , THE '
OIioicGst Meats; Ham, '
. Sdoon, lard, Game,
' '" :-' Poultry, Also Dealers' in
-VEGETABLES kUD : FRUITS;--;:1-'
.' Corner of Oak and Fourth Streets, - - Hood River, Orejoo.
R, E. SALTMARSHE & CO..
' V AT THE :
EAST END STOCK YAEDB,
' DEALERS IN
Hay and Grain in Car
load Lots or Less.
Live Stock Bought and
And stock in transit fed, watered and
given the best of care.
THE DALLES, - - OREGON.
In Justice Court of Wasco county, state of Or
egon, for Baldwin precinct. Charles L.
. Morse, plaintiff, vs. Richard Bowen, tie-.
To Richard Bowen, the t bove named defend
In th name of the state of Oregon, you are
hereby required to appear before the under
signed, ajustice of the peace in said precinct,
in said county arid state, on . the 21th day of
February A. D., 1894, at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon of s:dd day, at his olHce In said precinct
to answerthe complaint of Charles L. Morse,
founded upon an account for labor
and material furnished by him. In
driving and banking a certain lot of telephone
poles at Hood ltiver, Wasco county, Oregon,
and for labor and services in driving said
poles, performed by Charles Johnson, M. F.
Loy, Clarence Morgan, Sterling Dark, Andy
Rand, Frank Watison, Malty Dukes, T. H.
Emerson, Olinger & Bone, Will Rankin, Bert
Rankin, F. W. Barbee, T. 0. Dallas nnd L. K.'
Morse, which accounts hnve b;en assigned to
said plaintiff, who is now the owner of the
same, and wherein lie demuhds the sum of
one-hund.ied and eighty-two dollars and fifty
cents, and his costs; and disbursements
This summons Is served upon you by pub
lication In the Hood River Glacier, a newspa
per published weekly at Hood River, Wasco
county, Oregon, for ix successive weeks, by
order of the undersigned Justice of the Peace
In and for said precinct and county, which or
der was duly made aud entered on the 2Jth
day of December, 1893.
Joseph A. Kxox
Justice of the Peace for Wasco County Or.,
Baldwin Precinct. , ,
KINDS OF BUILDING
er, Paints, Oils etc.
IcMl, Lewis & ssnr ;.
Company's Agricnltnral Inaplemeete
' . and Machinery. -
''.."; TIIE '
" REGIT LATOP LINE."
Win Tlrtllnn TjrvntJrtTid 9, A c?ff
moiJQuoa lumaiiu a MU.
Through Freight and.
. Passenger Line.
' The steamer Regulator will run trU,
weekly trips, leaving The Dalle Moo
days, Wednesdays, and Fridy, con
necting with iteamer Dallei City. B
turninn, will lay Portland Totsdy
Thursdays, nnd Saturdays, connecting
with steamer Regulator at the Locks. r
All freight will come through without
delay . .
.' PASSENGER RATES.
One way.................... ........f2 00
Rouud trip 3 00
Freight Rates Greatly
Shipments for Portland received at
any time, day or night. Shipments
for way landings must be delivered be
fore 5 p. mt Live stock shipments so
licited. Call on or address,
; W. C. ALLAWAY,
' ' '..'.' " j General Agent.
B. F. LAUGHLIN, v .
; General Manager,
THE DALLES, -- OREGON