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3food Ifryer 'Slacier,
SATURDAY, MARCH 23, IS95.
The mall arrives from Mt.Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts 'ie same days a noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A.M.; arrive at
For White Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.;
arrives at o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Liake and Glenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Canby Post, No. 1(1, G. .V. R meets at Odd
Fellow s Hull, first Saturday of each month
t 2 o'clock p. m. All U. A. II. members In
vited to attend.
C. J. Hayes, Commander.
A. S. Blowers. Adjutant.
Waucoma IxdRe, No. 80, K. of P., meets In
their Castle Hall on every Thursday night.
Ii. N. Blow Kits, C. C.
Geo. T. Pbather, K. of R. & 8. . .
Professional Cards, per month !1 00
One Inch space, per month 1 60
Kates on larger space given on application.
Business notices In local columns will be
charged 6 cents aline each Insertion; under
the head of "Special Notices" half these rates
will bo charged. '
Legal advertisements will be charged to the
party ordering them, at legal rates, and must
be paid tor oeiore proof is iurnisnea.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Men's gloves at he Racket Store.
O. B. Hartley baa hay for sale at $11
Mrs. Hay ties made a trip to The
Dalies Tuesday. .
Whooping cough Is epidemic in Hood
River and the valley.
Fruit trees to exchange for work. In
quire at Columbia nursery.
S. E.x Burliness is agent for the Bri
dal Veil Lumber Company.
Lou Morse is authorized agent for all
newspa)ers and periodicals.
Strawberries mid cream will be ripe
in about sixty days from date,
Mrs. E. Snow, who has been sick for
a week or more, is not much better. .
C. A. Markham returned on Tues
day's noon train from a trip to Port
land. O. B. Hartley has pood hay for sale
at $11 a ton. He will trade hay for
cordwood or cattle. .
A. P. Bateham has rented the Henld
"White fruit farm and sub-let the small
house to Mr. Richardson.
Davenport & Bros. Lumber Co. are
now ready to deliver lumber to any
port of the valley. , f23
All varieties of pencil trees, 5c each;
Spitzenliuix and Ben Davis apple trees,
5c each, $45 per 1000. See Tillett.
We are pleased to state that the
peaches were not badly damaged in
this valley by the freezing weather of
last week. ' '
Send in your orders for trees for
spring planting. Prices $10, $50 and
$55 per 1000, in 500 aid 1000 lots, at
During the last week 5750 fruit trees
have been delivered from the Colum
bia nursery. This is asido from small
fruits, vines, etc.
Mr. A. Nolttier, editor of the Port
land Dispatch, was in Hood River
Wednesday nnd made a pleasant call
Jacob M. Locke and Miss Susie EtheT
Olemans, both of Klickitat county,
Wash., were married at The Dalles,
Tuesday, by Judge Blakeley. , ,.
Dr. Sanders is provided with a den
tal chair for his Hood River office. Also
prepared to extract teeth without pain
by the use of narcotized air, called gas.
Supervisor Sloper has had a force of
men at work during the week on the
Haynes hill, making turnouts and
hauling gravel nnd sawdust In places
where most needed.
Mr. Pratt, a former resident of Hood
River, but now of Vancouver, was
seen in The Dalles by E. D. Calkins.
Mr. Pratt wants to find a location for
growing watermelons and tomatoes.
The first day of spring was ushered
in at Hood River by a snow storm.
8now fell for about two hours Thurs
day morning, preceded by a heavy
rainduring the night. The snow
melted about as fast as H fell.
C. D- Moore of White Salmon yes
terday morning (March 22d) brought
th editor of the Glacier three
bunches of spring radishes, grown in
the open air in all 25 well-developed
radishes of marketable size. What
section of country this 6ide of Mexico
can beat this?
L. B. Chipman, agent for the Pacific
Coast Home Supply Association, was
in Hood River last week. Mr. Chip-
man is a veteran of ''61, but you would
Iiardly think so to see him. He is the
voungest-looking Grand Army man
we have met for some time. He served
in a Michigan regiment throughout the
war and was in eighteen general en
Hood River was visited Wednesday
by a feniule selling buttons of the bach
elor variety, the kind that does not
need needle and thread to make them
fast to a garment. She rounded up a
good many of our bachelors and others
end was doing a brisk business till she
struck our city marshal, who asked her
if she had a license. As she had no
license she was escorted to the city re
corder's office, which official allowed
her to depart in peace, and she took
th next, train out. of town.
Joe Purser wants to know where hex
can get a sheet-iron reflector for a lamp.
He bought a reflector lamp at a bar
gain, the other night, and while carry
ing it home under his arm, A'ent to
take a chew of tobacco, and while bit
ing his plug, found that the lamp and
reflector were slipping from under his
arm. He held on to the lamp, think
ing the reflector was tin and wouldn't
be hurt by a fall, but it proved to be
glass, and when itstruck the hard road,
broke into a thousand pieces, more or
E. D. Calkins went to Sherman
county, Saturday, to sea his colts, and
found them doing nicely. He expects
to winter in Sherman county next
winter, as the climate 'is dryer than
here. He thinks there ie no place like
Hood River for summer residence, but
owing to the shattered condition of his
health, caused by wounds and sun
stroke in the army, he finds a change
of climate for the winter desirable.
Mr. Calkins was a member of the fam
ous Iron brigade from Wisconsin and
lost a leg at the battle of Antietam.
. Willis Brown, manager of the Slate
Fruit Union, was iu Hood River Tues
day and Wednesday. He rented the
building formerly used by Joe Delk' for
asoiooiij near tue depot, ana win en
large it and use it for storing fruit
boxej and making up the same, and
will have au office in the same building
for the manager here. Fruit boxes will
be shipped here k. d. and made up by
a force of men employed here. This
will be a great saving of freight. The
office here will be connected by tele
phone, and the latest bulletins will he
posted. A special brand will be de
signed for ' Hood River fruit. Mr.
Brown thinks that strawberry crates
can be furnished here for something
less than 18 cents.
Patrons of the Poitland and Dalles
accommodation train will be pleased
to learn of the change made In the pas
senger equipment. The O. R. & N. Co
has replaced the former one combina
tion car carried with a straight baggage
car and an elegant lately remodeled
first-class coach and smoker. ' This ar
rangement virtually gives a day pas
senger train betweeu Portland and
Dalles, leaving Portland at 8:00 a. m ,
arriving at Dalles 1:00 p. m., and re
turning, leave JJulies at z:uu p. m., ar
riving at Portland 7:00 p. m. daily, ex
cept Sunday The through passenger
train still retains Its old schedule, leav
ing Portland at 7:00 p. m for the East
and leaving Dalles at 4:00 p. m, for
Rev. J. R. Parker, presiding elder,
will conduct quarterly meeting at the
U. B. church. He will preach Satur
day night, Sunday morning and even
ing, and will conduct communion ser
vices and attend to the ordinances of
baptism at 11 o'clock Sunday.
Miss Earl, a niece of Mrs. S. E. Bart
mess, recently sent from California a
handsome present in the shape of a box
ot oranges to Mr. and Mrs. Bartuiess.
Will Langllle made the trip to Cloud
Cap Inn last week. He found but lit
tle snow at the Inn, not half so much
as there was at this time last year.
Miss Emmie Brettell, who has been
the guest of Mrs. Blythe for a couple of
months, left by steamer Regulator Sat
urday for her home in Portland.
Co. D Is ordered by Col. Thompson
to meet for Inspection on Monday,
March 35th, at 7:a p.m.
Rev. J. R. Parker, presiding elder of
the U. B. church, came here from The
. School in Crapper district commenc
ed Monday with 29 pupils; 'Miss Dun
A letter for John Sipma was adver
tised iu the Dalles Chronicle of March
II. J. Ellis is down with the grip.
Accident on tho Haynes Hill.
Monday evening, about 8 o'clock,
Frank Miller and E. Locke met with
an accident on the Hayhes hill. While
going down the hill in a two-wheeled
cart, in the darkness they got off the
grade and both were pitched out of the
vehicle. Mr. Miller received asptained
ankle, but Mr. Locke escaped unhurt.
The accident happened just below the
point where Abe Foley's team went
over last winter. We understand. that
Mr. Foley has never applied for dam
ages from the county for the loss of his
wagon and the crippling of his team.
He probably remembers the fate of the
action brought by E. D. Calkins when
his team went over the bluff. The ac
cident to Mr. Calkins caused a railing
to be placed at the most dangerous
point' on the grade, but the railing
should be continued its whole length
to make it sate.
Fruit Growers' Union. .
There will be a meeting of the stock
holders of the Hood River Fruit Grow
ers' Union, at their office, on Saturday,
Marcii JH'Jo, at iu a. m., to revise
the by-laws and transact other import
ant business. H-F. Davidson,
The bulk of the season's grinding Is over,
but the .miller will be at home every Satur
day during the summer months, prepared to
grind your grist promptly. -
f23 HARBISON BROS.
First class timothy hay for sale by Ferguson
fc Davidson at $15 per ton. marlO
Black harness oil, 85 cU a quart, at Pierce's
Harness and Shoe Store. . . .
Wm, Tillett Is still In the nursery business,
with a good stock of home-grown trees. If he
Is out of what you want, he can supply you
with the following varieties from one of the
largest nurseries In Oregon: All kinds of cherry
trees; Spitzonberg, Gano, Ben Davis, Red Del
aware, Hyde's King of the West, Tompkins
King, and other leading varieties of apples.
Would be irlad to auote prices on lots of 600
and 1000 trees. Drop him i. postal for terms.
rne iiooa taver box j actory nas plenty oi
apple boxes on hand.
For sash, doors, mouldings, brackets, com
bination fencing and turning, go to the Hood
River Box Factory.
Wm. Tillett has ordered apple trees of the
following varieties: 3000 Spitzenburg, 2000
Baldwin, 1000 Northern Spy, and 600 Graven-
stein. Apple trees, It Is expected, will be
scarce in the spring, and It behooves planters
to order early. - - ' ' ' ' ' ' fl
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The tobacco habit grows on - a' man
until his nervous system is seriously af
fected, impairing health, comfort and
happiness. To quit suddenly is too se
vere a shock to the system,, as tobacco,
to an inveterate user becomes a stimu
lant that his system continually craves.
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Sold by all druggists, with our ironclad
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' An Outing.
II. C. Bateham, who has been spend
ing roost of the past week up at the
Odell place planting some 2000 fruit
trees which he has contracted to set,
writes us the following with regard to
the job: .
Camp Odell, Tuesday, March 19.
A good force of men are at work on the
place, and great changes are being
made right along. There are now at
work two Indians slashing, five men
grubbing, two teams plowing, one
man carpentering, two setting stakes,
two digging holes, and two, including
self, setting trees. One man put up a
shack, another is living in a tent, and
the Indians live in an old outbuilding
without windows or chimney. As
Hobson's choice was left to me, I took
the barn, where I had plenty of com
pany. Mice first began to crawl over
me, getting bolder all the time, until
tliey began nibbling my hair to make
nests of. Fearing they would tackle
my mustache next, and not finding a
very heavy crop; might try to go in
side to investigate, I tried to drive
them away, but in vain. Soon I was
wakened again by a skunk nudging
me under the arm, trying to find mice.
I finally succeeded in Inducing him to
begin his hiyit at the other end of the
barn first. An owl, which kept hoot
ing on the top of the barn, was evi
dently in partnership with the skunk
in the business, the same as they take
up with th prairie dogs in Kansas. I
finally fell asleep, wondering if the
third partner, the rattlesnake, would
not turn up next. I was soon wakened
again by the horses, which were evi
dently having a controversy, and final
ly came to blows. A stray cow then
took compassion on my sleepless con
ditiou, and coming into the shed on
the other side of the barn, laid down
and patiently rang her bell while she
chewed her cud. Under its benign in
fluence I went to sleep again. .
Another curiosity I met with was an
eight-year-old boy who had never been
down below Tucker's mill in his life;
had never been more than three miles
from home; never saw a steamboat or
an engine. . Nevertheless, be was a
bright lad and made me a good help in
Peaches All Right.
Hood River, March 19,1895. Editor
Glacier: I notice in your last issue a
statement that the peach crop of Hood
River was killed, which statement is
not correct. '.With fifty years' expe
rience in peach culture, I have noted
this fact: If the thermometer goes
down to 10 and the buds are dry, only
in exposed situations will the damage
be. If the buds are closed, all observ
ing horticulturists have noted that
there is one-third of the blossom at the
bottom of the fruit bud iu a water
proof cup, and if it has rained the day
previous and filled this cup with water
surrounding the "embryo fruit, then it
is a sure victim to the frost; but if dry
and the bud is. inclosed, there is but
little danger; the real cause of alarm
being when the blossom is blown and
the'fruit germs exposed; I have not
found thus far this season a peach,,
eherry or pear bud that was damaged.
W. P. Watson.
In Hood River valley, on the East
Side, Wednesday. March 20, 1895, to
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wells.a daughter.
In Hood River, March 21, 1895. to
Mr. aai-Mrs. E. W. Udell, a son,
weight 111 pounds.
CHURCH NOTICES. .
The suhject of the sermon at the Con
gregational church next Sunday morn
ing will he, "Where Am I Wrong?"
Rev. J. L. Herschner will preach at
Wrapper's school house next Sunday,
at 3:30 p. m.
Sunday school at the Valley Con
gregational church each Sunday at
10.30, except on church days, when it
meets at 10 o'clock. "Come, now, let
us reason together, saith the Lord."
Regular -services-are held at the M.
E. harraoks morning and evening of
the first Sunday of each month; in the
evening the remaining Sundays of the
month. The fourth Sunday evening
occupied by T. D. Gregory.
F. L. Johns.
Elder J. W. Jenkins will preach in
the Valley Congregational church
Sunday, March 24lh, at 11 a. m. and
7.30 p. m.; '
Under the new medical ' law one
woman cannot attend another in chili -birth
unless she is licensed by the state
board of medical examiners.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Ji
Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., March 21,
1SU5. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof In support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
W. R. Dunbar, Commissioner U. S. Circuit
Court for District of Washington, at hln office
In Goldendale, Wash,, on May 10, 1895, viz:
ROY O. HADLEY,
H. E. No. 8029, for the south of northwest 14
and north Vt of southwest y. section 15, town
ship B north, range 12 east, W. M.
He ames the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz:
John O. Cochran, Peter O. Hoult. Henry M.
Trenner, and hester W. Bell, all of Glen wood
GEO. H. STEVENSON, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. f
Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., March 20,
18!I5. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof In support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
W. R. Dunbar, Commissioner United States
Circuit Court for District of Washington, at
Goldendale, Wash., On May 13, 1895, viz:
WILLIAM 8. LOCKE,
H. E. No. 0197, for the southeast L section 0,
township 3 north, range 11 east. wVM.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his contiuuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz:
Newton Cole, Bethewel Hen dry x, P. Gro
song, and Frank Lane, all of White Salmon,
Wash. OEO. H. STEVENSON,
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HOOD RIVER, - - - OREGON.
Notice Is herebv elven that there will be a
meeting of the stockholders of the Hood River
Fruit Growers' Union on Saturday, March 1,
18H5. at 1 e'clock P. M.. for the purpose of dis
cussing and adopting a definite plan for mar
keting tne coming oerrycrop. avery person
having fruit to market should be present,
whether a member of the Union or pot, as
matters of interest to all will be diiscussed. By
order of the President.
mart H. r. davidsujn, secretary.
White Russian Oats
For seed, and the best kind )f Seed Beans, for
sale by J. R. GALLIGAN,
man) nooa tuver, ur.
A Jersey Bull,
Thoroughbred. Service, 81.00, payable at time
of service. ,. GEORGE BORDEN,
mart wood River, or.
Eggs for Hatching.
Thoroughbred Brown Leghorn Eggs for sale
at Jl.00 per setting. ' W. B. POTTER,
man iiooa uver, Oregon.
Wm. Tillett Is prepared to do Ton Grafting.
and all work In the line of grafting, by con
tract or Dy aay s worn, ucave oraers eariy, so
that scions can be prepared to do good work.
Hpre'H vonr p.hHnce to o-et red armies to crow
on your yellsw apple trees. WM. TILLETT.
AT A BARGAIN.
IXt Wind Mill and Pump and Cider Mill
for sale, cheap. Part cash; balance on time.
Inquire of . M.A.COOK.
A dwelling house In town. Inquire of
maris G. T. PRATHER.
Five acres of good land 1 miles west of
town. Inquire qf G. 1. PRATHER.
Farm for Sale, Cheap!
Or for rent. About 25 acres under cultivation;
4 miles from town of Hood River. Address
m JAS. FEAK, Hood River, Or.
On 10 Years' Time,
Or for cash. Eight acres orchard; 8-room,
hard-finish house; 1500 bushel apple house,
stone; barns, etc.: water wheel, 8-horse power,
runs feed mill, 'A bushels per hour; 5 perpet
ual springs; steamboat landing; all under
fence. Will sell all or part. Increasing years
compel sale. f28
Good Only Until March 31, 1895
Send two new subscribers with two dollars
and get one year tree.
Send four new subscribers wlih four dollars
and receive the paper two years without cost.
"Do you know a good thing when you see
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dress THE REPUBLIC, St. Louis, Mo.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, March
15, 1895. Notice is hereby given that the
following-named settler has filed notice of
his Intention to make final proof In
support of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before Register and Receiver at
The Dalles, Oregon, on April 19, 1805, viz:
RALPH J. ELLIS,
Hd. E. No. 8893, for the northwest V'bf section
83, township 8 north, range 10 east, W. M.
He names the foil wlng witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
J. O. Eastman, T. E. WIckens, E. C. Rogers
and Con. Repp, all of Hood River, Oregon. :
mar23ap27 JAS. F. MOORE, Register.
"RURAL NO. 2." Took first prize at Hood
River Pair. Good keepers,, good quality,
heavy yielders, smooth surface. 75c per 100
lbs. Will dellverat Hood River If desired.
mar 16 HARBISON BROS.
Seed Corn for Sale.
NINETY-DAY CORN. Can Be had at the
store of George crowell, at the Racket ctore
or atmy house. T. A. TEMPL15TON,
marlJ Hood River, Or.
Early Rose, Burbank.and Peerless Potatoes.
For sale by MILLER. BROS.. ,
mart , Hood River, Or,
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GEO. T. PRATHER,
Notary RiMc ana Ins. Agent.
I represent five of the best Insurance com
panies. Collections made and real estate handled on
Office in Prather Block, Oak St.,
HOOD KIVER, OREGON.
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP
First Door West of Post Office.
Boots and Shoes made to order. Repairing
neatly done, and at i .
All work first class. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
se2J C. WELDS, Proprietor.
T. C. DALLAS,
STOVES AND TINWAKE
Pruning Tools, Etc.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty.
I have for sale two fine Fruit Farms and the
best hay farm In the valley. Plenty of run
ning water on all of them. Will sell any or
all of them. Also, fine residence and lots at
different prices. Call on or address
, A. S. BLOWERS, -aul8
. . . Hood River, Oregon.
A. S. BLOWERS & CO.,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
FLOUR AND FEED.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
THL BIGGEST BOOT IN THE WOULD
".T MARK COPYftl&HTlf
Nlckelsen & Luckey will hereafter do all
plnmblng and repairing, connecting to or de
taching from water mains.
d22 A. S. BLOWERS, Manager.
Forty acres unimproved land, on the east
side of Hood river, 5 miles from town. Price
$10 per acre. Inquire at Glacier office.
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT? For a
prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to
M U NN tfc CO., who have had nearly fifty years'
experience In the patent business. Communica
tions strictly confidential. A Handbook of In
formation concerning Patents and bow to ob
tain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan
ical and sclentiflo books sent free.
Patents taken through Munn ft CO. receive
special notlcelnthe Scientific Americnn, and
thus are brought widely before the public with
out cost to the Inventor. This splendid paper.
Issued weekly, elegantly Illustrated, has by far the
largest circulation of any scientific work In the
world. $3 a year. Sample copies sent free.
Building Bditlon, monthly. 2.50 a year. Single
copies. cents. Every number contains beau
tiful plates. In colors, and photographs of new
bouses, with plans, enabling builders to show the
latest designs and secure contracts. Address
MUNN & CO NliW YoilK, 3il BBOACWAT.
The Portland Sun is for sale every day at
the post ofHce after tho arrival of tho tram
from Portumd. '
A THE- : -
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Through Freight and
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All Freight Will Come Through
One way. ..$1 50
Round trip......... ..........:...:. ........ 2 50
Freight Rates Greatly
V. C. ALL A WAY,
' ' 1 General Agent.
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; 1 era Cities.
EAST BOUND FROM HOOD RIVER
No. 23, Freight leaves at
No. 2. Mail ' r
Ki.Ufi P. M
WKST BOUND FROM HOOD III VEK.
No 27 , Local, luaves at 8.15 P. M
No. I, Mall
4:i-i A. il
:. Leave Portland every five days for . .
SAN F.RM CISCO.:
For full details call on O. R. A N. Agent,
Hood River, or address
" , W. H. IIURXBUIIT,
Gen'l Pass. Agent,
' Portland, Or.
The Old Reliable
215 Montgomery St.,
FXTFNDING FROM PINE TO BUSH. SA V ,
Francisco, .Cal. Business center of tlus
city, convenient to all banks.insurance oftices
and places of amusement. Containing
rooms. Terms $1.50, $2 and $2.50 per day.
Free coach to and from the hotel.
fl6 J. S. YOUN G, Proprietor.
Water Supply Co.'s
; Notice. , , f
Notice is hereby given to all parties renting
water from the Water Supply Com puny of
Hood River valley that security for payment
of water rent this season, and also r delin
quent water rent for last season, must b
given before water will be turned out. Pay
ment to be made on or before July 1, 1U5.
The securities will be received b . Miesecie
tary of said company until the SUth day of
March, 1KD5. upon which daj" the boin-il of di
rectors of said company will meetiind lake
action on such securities. l
J. F. ARMOR, President.
. Wm. Davidsox, Secretary.
C. J. HAYES,' SUIiYEYOli.
All work given him will bp dow cor
rectly and promptly. Me luis u fow
gooti claims upon which he can locate
parties; Doth farming atitl timber UimU.
February, 1 8114; ' - -
The underslened has on hand a good va
riety of choice
Fit Tress, Plants M Vines,
at Hard Times Prices.
Grafting and budding done to order. . - -.
octl ' H. C. BATEHAM.
Bargain in Land.
For Sale Forty acres unimproved land,
east side of Hood river, i miles from town.
Will sell 5 or 10 acre tracts cheap. Iiujuire at
G acierofflce. , v