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ood iver (Slacier.
SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1895.
Letter to Superintendent Irwin.
In conversation with Supt. Shelley,
one day last week, the question of the
meeting of the state teachers' associa
tion came up, ami be stated that he
had had some correspondence with
the state superintendent on the sub
ject and that he had just written a let
to bim. We asked blm if we could
publish the letter, and as he had no
objections, we produce it, as follows:
Hooo River, Or., April 10. G. M.
Irwin, State Superintendent Public
Instruction, alem, Oregon Dear Sir:
In yours 'of 30th ult. you say of the
state association, "I shall take no ac
tion in the mutter myself, but leave it
for others to do." If there are any
others beside the state superintendent
who would have a voice in the matter,
it wouid seem to be the teachers of the
state; and these teachers at their last
'meeting, containing the largest body of
tlienl that has ever assembled In the
state, .decided unanimously to hold the
next meeting at Hood River. If, there
fore, iothers are to decide, the decision
has certainly already- been 1 honestly
nd fairly made'.
This is not the first, but the third
time an effort has been made to secure
the location here. Last year it failed
because 'the flood stopped the trains
along the Columbia for more than two
months, and ho meeting was therefore
held In the summer at all. ' The year
before it failed, as, on account of the
world's fair, no association was held in
the summer. , If it falls again, I, with
many others' in this county, and in
Kastern Oregon ' generally, shall be
The people of the eastern part of the
state icel tnat after, an uninterrupted
series of these gatherings for twenty
years in the W illamette valley, or on
the coast, they are at least entitled to
I understand three other places are
making. a bid for it Yaquina Bay,
Ufarhart Park, on the beach near As
toria, and Gladstone Park, near Oregon.
city, me two nrst are on tne western
boundary of the state. The association
has been held at Yaquina Bay more
than once before, and teachers were
asked to attend and did attend from
the extreme eastern counties.
It does seem a little unfair that after
all this we should be asked to drop the
locution, to which the vote of the asso
ciation entitled us, and attend on the
coast again. Had our selection been
near the eastern boundary, an objec
tion might hold; though even this, in
view of the past, would not have been
unfair. , But Hood River is barely this
side the heart of the mountains, within
three hours' ride of the metropolis.
Of the other place, near Oregon City,
a plea was made for It and its merits
set forth when the vote was taken last
winter, and it was voted down. As an
additional objection, the association
has been held for three consecutive
yeura ut Portland, only twelve miles
from this place. ,
Quite likely the argument will be
made that much advantage will accrue
from holding the association in connec
tion with the Chautauqua meeting at
Gladstone Park, or the summer Nor
mal at Gearhart Park. VYith all def
erence to others of an opposite opinion,
1 think, decidedly, they would detract
from the value of the association. If
the Chautauqua's programme be car
ried out, the state association will be
completely overshadowed. Besides,
we aireudy have, with the college asso
ciation and the department of superin
tendence, too mauymeetlngs together
now. Kvery hour of the day, and
every day. for two weeks, filled with
the strongest mental food, does not
meet the requirements of the average
teacher's summer vacation.
A word only as to the merits of each
as a summer resort. Within easy ac
cess of two of our grand snow-clad
mountains, with a number of beautiful
lakes near their base; by the side of the
mighty River of the West, along whose
banks is some of the finest scenery in
the world; with cascades, cataracts and
water-fulls innumerable; with the
healthful,, bracing air and the finest
living springs of water; with a fine car
riage driveway to the glaciers of Mt.
Hood and Cloud Cap Inn Hood River
Is already known far and wide; and it
needs no words of mine to say she is
the peer; of , any of. the places named
for quiet rest and recreation, and for
the building up of wasted mental and
bodily energy. -
As to our accommodations herej we
nave a large nan capable ot seating any
gathering of the association. - Also, in
anticipation, of the event, our new
school house the largest public school
building . In the county is being
pushed to completion. ;
As to the entertainment, plans have
already been, discussed, thinking in
our simplicity, that the matter was al
ready settled; and the good name of
the Christian, temperance people of the
valley stands as a pledge of its being
royally done. '
Buck of all these pleas for recogni
tion there is a selfish interest evident
to all. If our selfishness, which we
frankly admit, overbalances the merits
of our plea, we ask for nothing at your
hands. Yours very truly,
. Tkoy Shelley.
The Oregon Statesman is the name
of the , new. populist paper, ut The
Dallesj edited by O. D. Crane. Being
the only populist paper in this judicial
district, it is expected to fill a long-felt
want. ' !' ' v- ' ' ' ' . '
The United States supreme court
j rendered decisions in the income tax
case Monday: The opinions delivered
show that the court was unanimous in
the opinion that the law is unconsti
tional us to municipal and state bonds,
and that Chief Justice Fuller and Jus
tices Gray, Field, Brewer, Brown and
Shiras hold it to be invalid on incomes
'derived from rents. Justices Harlan
. and White dissented from this opinion
as to rents. It was disclosed by the
proceedings of the ' court thut Chief
Justice Fuller and Justices Harlan,
White and Brown voted to sustain the
other parts of the law, which, would
leave justices Field, Gray, Brewer and
i Shiras as the opponents of the law as a
whole. The effect of the decision will
be to greatly reduce the revenue antici
pated by government officials and
make more populists.
Secretary of State Kincaid refuses to
alloWythe railroad commissioners their
salary, notwithstanding the decision
by Attorney General Idleman that the
board still exists. - The secretary says
the board has filed no bonds for the
fulfillment of their duties, therefore be
has no legal right to honor their war
rants. It is refreshing in these times
to find a man like Kincaid in office,
who evidently intends to run his office
in the interests of the people.
The Dalles Times-Mountaineer was
six years old lust Saturday, and Mon
day it came out in a brand-new dress,
with an extra column added, making
it a six-column, four-page paper. We
are glad to see these evidences of pros
perity shown by our contemporary,
knowing that they are well merited
Bro. Mlchell is a thorough newspaper
man and knows how to get out a good
dally that win also make up into a
The Antelope Herald prints three
applications for license to run saloons
in that town. This is the precinct
where they proudly boast of not hav
ing a democratic voter.
Hood River, Or., April 10, 1895.
Editor Glacier: Will some of our
free-silver advocates tell us why the
government couldn't just as- well
cnange tne "standard or measures" as
to coin silver free on the ratio of ")6 to
1." Let 80 pounds of wheat make one
bushel, and so on all along the line,
thereby doubliug the price of wheat,
oats, etc. Who will answer?
A Complete Victory.
The election of directors last Satur
day resulted In a complete victory for
the transportation company, and no
fears need be entertained that any at
tempt will be made to dispose of the
boats to the O. R. & N. Co. No blame
should be attached to the railroad com
pany for closing the bargain if it could
secure a majority of the shares of stock,
for it would be a wise business policy
on its part to control all lines of trans
portation to the interior; but it would
be a great misfortune to the producers
of Eastern Oregon. Wheh the stock
holders who attempted to sell the boats
to the railroad company, a few months
ago and were only precluded from
"delivering the goods" because they
could not control a majority of shares
tried to secure their election to the
board by procuring all the proxies pos
sible, the people became alarmed and
good active work was done. A better
board could not have been selected,
and every member is directly inter
ested that the opposition should con
tinue. The Regulatorand Dalles City,
with the portage roail at the Cascades,
have solved the freight problem to the
advantage of producers, and have saved
annually thousands of dollars to the
country. Witli the patronage the com
pany is receiving it is on a good paying
basis, and its business will increase
with the development of the Inland
Empire. The railroad will remain and
do a good, lucrative business; but the
cost of transportation in Oregon, the
same as elsewhere, will always be reg
uluted by river carrluge.
Digest of Land Decision.
(Furnished by W. D. Harlan, Land Attorney,
Washing. n, D. C
Where a homesteader dies leaving a
widow, who also dies before compliance
with the homestead law, the right to
acquire patent passes to the heirs of the
entryman, both adults and minors.
equally, and the subsequent failure of
said neirs to reside upon or cultivate
the land operates as an abandonment
thereof. : .
Don't Stop Tobacco.
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.
Baco-Curo is a scientific cure for the to
bacco habit, in all its forms, carefully
compounded after the formula of an
eminent Berlin physician who has used
it in his private practice since 1872,with
out a failure, purely vegetable and guar
anteed perfectly harmless. You can use
all the tobacco you want, while taking
Baco-Curo, it will notify you when to
stop. We give a written guarantee to
permanently cure any case with three
boxes, or refund the money with 10 per
cent interest. Baco-Curo is not a substi
tute, but a scientific cure, that cures
without the aid of will power and with
no inconvenience. It leaves the system
as pure and free from ntaotine ; as the
day you took your first chew or smoke.
Hold by all druggists, with our ironclad
guarantee, at $1 per box, three boxes,
(thirty days treatment), $2.50, or sent
direct upon receipt of price. Send six
two-cent stamps for sample box. Book
let and proofs tree. Eureka Chemical
& Manufacturing Chemists, La Crosse,
Wisconsin. . ' . .
The Klickitat Republican says E.
Hayes will move his saw mill, about
the middle of May, and locate on the
creek that flows out of Trout lake, at
iu junction with the White Salmon, 23
miles from the Columbia.
H. C. Jackson has been engaged for
some time computing the interest on
the legalized county wan-ants out
standing, and finds that the principal
and interest amounts to $91,500. There
are Iwsides outstanding warrants, not
legalized, amounting with Interest to
$19,500, which make the total indebt
edness of Klickitat county $108,000.
Easter Services. ,
', An Easter service, "Resurgam,"
written and composed by E. W. Long
and H. R. Palmer, will be rendered ut
the U. B. church on Easter morning,
at 11 o'clock, by the superintendent,
teachers aud scholars of the Subbuth
school. . .' V --'"" "
- PROGRAMME. , , ,
1. Song, "Hail, Glorious Morn." ' ' '
3. "The Redeemer's Name," prophecy
and fulfillment"-. ...8. E. Bartmess' class.
4. Song, "O for a Thousand Tongues,"
6. Prayer. .
0. Singing, "Rejoice," an echo song
., .....Children and choir
7. Beading, "The Good Shepherd"..Mr.Hanna
8. Reading of the 23d Psalm Congregat ion
0. Song, "Easter Lily Bells," solo chorus...
10. Reading, "The Cross," prophecy and
fulfillment.. Mrs. Harrison
11. Song, "The Wondrous Cross"..Congregatlon
12. Song, "The Easter Story," alto and bass
solos by Miss Eva Blowers and Wal- ;.
' ter Faulkner, with full chorus by choir.
IS. "The Crown," prophecy and fulfill-.
: ment ...............M. Willis
14. Song, "Beautiful Easter Morn" ....Choir
15. Reading the Apostles' Creed, followed
by "Gloria Patria" Congregation
16. Song, "I Shall Rise Again" Mattle Foley
17. Responsive exercise. "The Crowning
Day" S. E. Bartmess and class
18. Closing hymn, "Lo, Our Fairest Gift We
The Congregational Sunday school
will give an Easter concert on Sunday
evening at 7.30 o'clock. The following
programme will be presented:
1. March, "Open the Door .for the Chil- ,
2. Anthem, "It is Jesus"........ Choir
8. Prayer A .....Pastor
4. Song, -'Onward,' Rejoicing" ....School
5. Responsive reading School
6. Recitation, "A Walk la the Church
yard" , Fay LaFrance
7. Quintette, "Gracious Promises" ,
Messrs. Watt, Broslus, Husbands,
' Langllle and Rand.
8. Song, "Easter Lessons" Infant class
9. Recitation, "Blossoms at the Top" 1 L
10. Recitation, "The Corn and Lilies"
- Matthew Sloper
11. Song, "Blessed Hope" Sextette
12. Recitation, "Easter Voices" ...MaudGilbert
13. Duet, "I Waited for the Lord"
Miss de Wltte and Mrs. W. James Lewis
14. Recitation, "The Flowers' Easter"....,
15. Song, "Rest from Your Labors"
.-. Male Quintette
18. Song, "Enster Emblems" : . ,
Misses Agnes Dukes. Mary Wolfard,
Bertha Frather and Fay LaFrance.
It. Organ voluntary Easter offerings.
19. Anthem, "Therefore with Angels",....Cholr
The M. E. Sunday school will ob
serve -Easter Sunday. Following is
the programme: , h .,-.'.
1. Anthem, .'. Choir
2. Song, "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today."
8. The Apostles' Creed.
8. Song, "Gloria Potrl." . ..
6. Responsive reading. ? ,
7. Opening address, "The Day We Celebrate.
8. Recitation,.... .........Wilbur Faulkner
9. Recitation, "Kaster Conversation." -10.
Bong, "Good Tidings." , .,; .'
1L Responsive reading. ":
12. Recitation, "His Triumph." '.''..,
la "What little Children can do".....;............
14. Missionary Chant.
15. Song, Far away Voices.
16. Offerings to the Genius of Christianity. ',.!'.
17. Closing address.
18. Collection. . .. ,
19. Benediction. . "''- .
The way money for state institutions
has been drawn out has been a great
abuse. The authorities of the East
Oregon Normal School recently sent in
for a lame uart of their anrjroDriation.
but Secretary of State Kincaid thinks
they are not entitled to it in that way.
He thinks the only way sanctioned by
the constitution for the payment of
money is upon bills properly audited
by him. The understanding of the in-
titutlous getting appropriations has
been that they could draw it quarterly
and spend it as they pleased, but Mr;
Kincaid says it is intended for certain
purposes and the vouchers therefore
must be filed and audited by tbe state
officials. It was by this pernicious
habit that the defalcation occurred by
which the state funds were lost at the
state agricultural college. Mr. Kincaid
will have his hands full if he seeks to
stop all these abuses at once. They
nave been aiiowed.to grow since years.
Tbe jury impaneled at the coroner's
inquest held on tne body or Wilbelm
Feldberg, who was shot and killed bv
young Huff at White Salmon, returned,
a verdict of justifiable homicide. ';.':'
The women of Florence, Lane coun
ty, in a recent town election nomi
nated a ticket of their own and elected
it entire. Every city office will be filled
by women unless some constitutional
restriction prevents them from holding
office. Senator Alley had- thai town
charter amended so that officeholders
must be taxpayers. The women tax
payers embraced the opportunity to
take a hand in politics and defeated
Ailey, who was the nominee on the
citizens' ticket for mayor. Albany
Harness to Trade.
I have a double set of driving harness to
trade for a good cow. E. D. CALKINS, .
api : riooa itiver, ur.
Light Spring Wagon
For sale or trade. Inquire of
W. A. SLINGERLAND,
apl3 Hood River, Or.
Jersey Cow for Sale. -
A good Jersey Cow. 8 years old. Price. 840.
Call at this office, or address
apaj ' . j. r. waisuk, nooa itiver.
Good Only Until March 31, 1895
Send two new subscribers with two dollars
and get one year free.
Seiid four new subscribers Willi four dollars
and receive the paper two years without cost.
"Do you know u good thing when you sec
It? A word to the wise is sufficient." Ad.
dress TH E REPUBLIC, St, lxiuls, Mo.
Ordinance No. 9.
An Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance Provldr
lng for the Appointment and Duties of
Superintendent of Street."
Be it Ordained by the Common Council of
the Town or Hood River: Section 1. A super
intendent of streets may be appointed by the
council at any regular meeting, who shall
bold his office at the will of the council, or
until his successor Is appointed and qualified.
Before entering upon the duties of his office,
the superintendent of streets shall take una
..ubscribe to the oath of office, and shall exe
cute an undertaking In the sum of two hun
dred and fifty dollars, with sufficient sureties,
to be approved by the council, conditioned
upon the faithful performance ot his duties as
such officer, and that he will account for and
my over all moneys that may come Into his
lands as such officer.
Sec. 2. The compensation of the superin
tendent of streets shall be two dollars uer dav
I for actual service rendered.
Seo. 3. The superintendent or streets shall
have general charge and supervision of all
public streets, roads, sidewalks, bridges, sew
ers, drains and public grounds within the
corporate limits of Hood River, but subject to
the Jurisdiction of the county court thereover,
and it shall be his duty to keep himself in
formed of tbe condition thereof. He shall
have supervision of all work for the construc
tion, improvement and repair thereof, done
by authority of the council, und shall see that
the provisions of alt laws, ordinances and reg
ulations relating thereto are strictly enforced,
and shall make complaints before the re
corder of all violations of ordinances relative
to public work and streets and other public
Sec. 4. All work done by or nnder the super
intendent it street shall be under the direc
tion and control of the council, who shall,
from time to time, by resolution, designate
the particular work to be done by, and the
number of persons or teams to be employed
by the superintendent of street and for what
time ana purpose, and what materials or
tools, when necessary, are to be purchased by
him. All persons employed by him shall
work ten hours a day, and shall be paid at the
rate of one dollar aud fifty cents per day for
each and every day so employed; a man with
a team shall be paid at the rate of three dol
lars and fifty cent per day. When any per
son or persons shall be required by the re
corder to labor upon the streets or public
works of the town, the superintendent of
street shall, unless specially Instructed by
the council, have such labor performed in
such place or places, and in such manner as
he may elect. .
Sec. 5. The superintendent of street shall
keep a record of all work and acts done by or
under him as such officer, and shall report
the same to the council from time to time, or
as may be required of him by order of the
' Passed the common council of the town of
Hood River, April V, 18115, and approved by
me this 11th day of April, 1805.
CM. WOLFARD, Mayor.
Attest: C. P. Hkald, Recorder
Ordinance No. 10.
An Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance to Se
cure the Payment of Fines and Penalties
for Violation of Town Ordinances, and
Providing that Offenders may Labor upon
Streets and Public Works."
Be it Ordained by the Common Council of
the Town of Hood Riven Section 1. In all
causes of conviction for the violation of any
law or ordinance of the town, where there
shall be default In the payment of the fine or
costs adjudged against the offender, or any
part thereof, or where the offender shall be.
adjudged to imprisonment therefor, the re
corder may, in his discretion, make an order
requiring tne offender to labor upon the
streets or public works of the town, under the
direction and supervision of the marshal or
superintendent of streets, until such tine and
costs shall be paid, or until such term of Im-
&risonment be satisfied. The offender shall
e ullowod two dollnrs for each day of labor
so performed, and one day of labor shall be
equivalent to one day of Imprisonment: Pro
vided, That when the recorder shall make
such an order requiring the offender to labor
upon streets or public works, he may In his
discretion stay all other proceedings on exe
cution, In whole or In part, against the of
fender for the same offense while such order
Is in force, but the recorder may at any time
annul such order and remand the offender to
the custody of the proper official for Imprison
ment until such Judgment be satisfied.
Sec. 2. In all cases where the term of pun
ishment by Imprisonment In lieu of a fine
shall not be fixed by the recorder, the offender
shall be Imprisoned in default of payment of
the fine, one day for every two dollars of such
fine: Provided, That no term of Imprisonment
shall exceed twenty day. ,
Sec. 8. In all cases where a person has been
adjudged to punishment by Imprisonment
under any ordinance of the town of Hood
River,br shall become liable to Imprisonment
under section 2 of this ordinance, such person
may be Imprisoned in the county Jail of
Wasco county, or In such other place within
the town of flood Klver as may be provided
by the council for a Jail. , , -
Passed the common council of the town of
Hood Klver, April 9, 1885, and approved by
me this 11th day of April. 1895.
C. M. WOLFARD, Mayor.
Attest: C. P. Hkald, Recorder.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver, Wash.. April 10,
1896. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of her in
tention to make final proof in support of her
claim, and make payment for the land de
scribed, and that said proof will be made be
fore W. R. Dunbar, Commissioner U. S. Cir
cuit Court for District of Washington, at his
office In Uoldendale, Wash., on May 28, 1895,
SARAH E. GILLIAM,
II. E. No. 8380, for the northeast of north,"
west '4 section 83, township 8 north, range 12
east, Willamette Meridian.
She names the following witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon und cultiva
tion of, said land, vis:
Ellis B. Hewett, Jesse P. Snider, Robert A.
Snider and Marion M. Splawn, all of Lyle P.
O., Washington. GEO. H. STEVENSON,
a p 13m 18 Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver Wash., March 21,
1805. 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. It. Dunbar, Commissioner U. 8. Circuit
Court for District of Washington, at his office
In Uoldendale, Wash., on May 10, 1805, vis:
ROY O. HADLEY,
H. E. No. 8029, for the south of northwest
and north of southwest yi section 15, town
ship S north, range 12 east, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon aud cultivation
of, said land, viz:
John C. Cochran, Peter O. Hoult. Henry M.
Trenner, and hester W. Bell, all of Glen wood
P. Q., Washington.
uc.u. a. BitviusuB, uegiswr,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION1.
Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., March 20,
1895, Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his Inten
tion to muke final proof In support of his
claim, and that said proof will bemade before
W. R. Dunbar, Commissioner United States
Circuit Court for District of Washington, at
Ooldendale, Wash., on May 13, 1805, viz;
WILLIAM S, LOCKE, i ,
H. E. NO. 6197, for the southeast W section 6,
townships north, range 11 east, W. M.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz:
Newton Cole, Bcthewel Hendryx, P. Gro
shong, and Frank Iane, all of White Salmon,
Wash. GEO. H. STEVENSON,
mar23ap27 . Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
' Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon. March
15, 1805. Notice Is hereby given that the
following-named settler bus 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, 1895, viz:
RALPH J. ELLIS,
Hd. E. No. 8693, for the northwest i of section
83, township 8 north, range 10 east, W. M.
He names the foil wing witnesses to Drove
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.
mar2Sap27 : JAS. V. MOORE, Register.
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Chance of a Lifetime.
One of the very best residences ln Eastern
Oregon for sale cheap. Also, cottages and
vacant property. A bargain can be had by
calling at the Giucler office.
Fruit & Produce Commission Merchants
' Helena Is the best distributing point In Montana. We solicit consignments of Straw
berries and other fruit. Returns promptly made. apl8
HOOD BIVER, OREGON.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
. WE HAVE ADOPTED THE
C S ZE3I IB S IS!!
And shall endeavor to merit custom by QUALITY as well as QUANTITY. We keep a full line of
".'. In their season. D not forget that we mean to be '
Headquarters for All Kinds of Sprays,
We have in stock, economically and scientifically prepared, condensed forms of sprays Us
recommended by the Oregon State Board of Horticulture, as follows:
Spray No. 1 Lime, 30; sulphur, 20; salt, 15 In such form as to require only to dissolve 1 It
in 2 gals of water. ,
Spray No. 2 Sulphur, 100; lime, 100; blue vitriol, 8; of which 1 B In 2 gals, for winter,
down to 8 or 10 gals, for summer use, Is required.
Spray No. 8 Whale oil soap (80 per cent), 20; sulphur, 8; caustic soda (98 per cent), I' potash,
1; of this 1 lb In 5 gals, is the proportion.
Spray No. 4 Rosin. 4: sal soda, 8; 1 lb to 7 gals, water for wooly aphis, etc.
Spray No. 7, Bordeaux M. Copper sulphate. 8; lime, 4- of which 1 pound In 2 gals, of water
for winter, to 4 gals, for summer, is the proper strength.
Acme Insecticide 1 1t to 5 gals, water, as a universal insecticide and wash for all tree and
fruit pests; 10, 25 and 100-fb cases.
Also, Paris green, London Purple, etc. Do not fail to see ns before buying your Insecticides.
WILLIAMS & BROSIUS,
HEADQUARTERS FOR LEATHER GOODS
3D. IF". PIEECE'S
ST O KB. ,
The Famous C. M. HENDERSON & CO.'S
For MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN. All sizes and large variety. My motto Is "Possibly
not the Cheapest, but the Best," and the Henderson Shoes are the cheapest In the long run.
To call and examine and price thesa goods. They will please you. No trouble to show them.
Hand-macle Double Team Harness. $20 !
With Boston Team Collars. All other kinds of Harness cheap for I8M3. If you doubt it, call
and price them. 1 propose to keep Hood Klver
T IvE BUT C H E
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
Choicest Meats, Ham,
Bacon, lard, Game,
Poultry, Also Dealers in
VEGETABLES AND FRUITS.
Corner of Oak aud Fourth Streets,
, . DQsrcellexrt ; Teachers, ;
for CATALOGUE AND PRICES,
To Water Consumers.
Owing to hard times I have decided to make
a reduction In water rates, but as some have
paid up to March I, 1895, new rates will not
take effect until that date. For all water
rente paid promptly the first day of the
month, the following rates will be accepted:
Present rates of $1.59 reduced to 81.25; bath
tubs, now 50 cents, reduced to 25 cents; livery
stables, $2.50, reduced to $2; hotels, $H, reduced
to 82.50; rates now $1, no change; irrigation re
duced 50 per cent from old price.
Above prices apply to those only who pay
promptly first of each month.
Ja26 , A. H. BLOWERS.
Small Farm for Sale.
With bearing Orchard; Spring piped to door.
Boat landing on place. Inquire of
S. R, HUSBANDS,
. Husbands Landing,
ap8 - .' Mosler, Oregon.
."" - CO.;
trade at home a price is an ouject.
D. F. PIERCE, Hood River, Or.
Hood River, Oregon.
The Annie Wright Seminary.
jl TACOMA, WASHINGTON.
1 8S4. Eleventh Year. 1 894.
A Boarding School for Girls, '
: with Superior Advantages.
Tnt Ihstittjtiow 1 MORAL . : f twmatmt
Situ Ciurut I INTELLECTUAL J w thi
Amnios to m ) . PHYSICAL ( Biroim,
MRS. SARAH K. WHITE. Principal.
Houses, lots, blocks and acrengn. If you
want a home in Waucoma, now is the time to
buy. The new
Is approaching completion, and as soon ns
finished, all lots In South Waucoma will be
advanced 25 per cent. Delays are costly.
These lots will never be sold again ns cheap
as they are now offered. You can get them on
your own terms, provided you will build on
them. Discounts made on price of lots ac
cording to cost of house built. For further
Information apply to H. O. COE,
mat'80 Hood River, Or.
Horses for Sale or Trade
Three head of Horses for sale or trade.
Land, cleared or uncleared, preferred. Fifteen
acres of best land In the valley, well Im
proved, for sale. , F. C. BROSIUS,
mnrtO - Hood River, Or,