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SATURDAY, APRIL 27lS05i.
The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
dock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts 'ie same days a noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A. M.: arrives at
6 P. M. Saturdays.
For White .Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.
arrives at 8 o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and Olenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridavs, '
Oanby Post, No. 1(1, G. V. B., meets at Odd
Fellow's Hall, first Saturday of each month
at 2 o'clock p. m. All ii. A. R. members In
vited to attend.
C. J. Hayes, Commander. ,
A. S. Blowers. Adjutant.
Wnaooma Lodge, No. i80. K. of P., meets In
their Castle Hall on every Thursday night, .
L. N. Blowkbs, C. C,
Geo. T. Prathee, K. of R. s H.
Professional Cards, per month ...
une men space, per monin..
V Kates on larger space given on application.
. tiusiness nonces in local columns win oe
'charged 5 cents a lino each Insertion; under
the head of "Special Notices" half these rates
will be charged.
Legal advertisements will be-charged to the
party ordering them, at legal rates, and must
be paid for before proof is furnished.
' ; . BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Lightning Eradicutor at the Racket
Ed Rand arrived home from Shel
ton, Wash., lact week.
S. IS. Burliness Is agent for the Bri
dal Veil Lumber Company.
Lou Morse is authorized agent for all
newspapers and periodicals.
Mrs. N. J. Mercer returned home
from Sherman county Saturday.
O, B. Hartley has good hay for sale
at $11 a ton. He will trade hay for
cord wood or cattle. . . '.
F. W. Forbes of Portland is engaged
at the Btate union warehouse setting
up strawberry crates. '
. Ferguson & Davidson have Just re
ceived a car of good wheat hay. They
also have chopped feed for sale.
The dog ordinance will go into effect
the lnt of May. Procure your licenses
and save your dogs from the pound.
Davenport & Bros. Lumber Co. are
now ready to deliver lumber to any
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' Herri ti, the Photographer, will visit
Hood Kiver about July 1st. If you
want' tirst-class Artists to come here,
Dtronize tliein wheti tnevcome. azu
Th fiiiipm! of Mrs. T.lzzlo A. Kvir.
who died in Portland, took place at
Mosier April 21st. Deceased was aged
10, and leaves a babe but 12 days old..
Dr. Sunders is provided with a den-
tn.1 chttir for hi Hootl Rivtr)ffli'H. AIho
prepared to extract teeth without pain
by the use of nariAitized air, called gas.
Before making any arrangements
for shipping your fruil, be sure you are
placing it In the hands of those who
are in a position to protect your inter
ests.' . . r
Mr. Hardin, who came here with his
family from Alabama last . full, has
rented the old Corum place, now
owned by J. B. Crosse n and Malcolm
Miss Kate Coe returned last Satur
day from Ellenstutrg, Wash., where
fcliM huil lpt.n viwiliiiir lifr irrMtwlmiit lifr.
She returns in poor health and expects
to go to California If her health is not
improved by her return to Hood Kiver.
: A hen belonging to Capt. Coe batched
a chick with four legs. It was getting
along nicely and bid fair to make an
extraordinary scratcheriu the captain's
garden, but 'ufier a short life of two
weeks, it fell a' prey to the house cat
last Monday evening.
A commission house circular from
Denver, received during the week,
quotes strawberries at $" a crate, and
says: ' "Next week the demand for
strawberries will lie in excess of the
supply, but the week following we ex
pect daily car lot shipments."
- It is likely strawberry pickers will
be in demand here next mouth. Here
tofore Indians have done most of this
work, but they are not a desirable class
of pickers, and growers would prefer to
employ white boys and girls from the
country districts. Families with chil
dren big enough to do this kind of
work will do well to come here pre
pared to camp during tne oerry season.
With such a man ub our estimable
citizen, Hon. T. R. Coon, looking after
the Interests of the fruit growers of
Hood River in the Eastern markets,
the fact is established that those who
ship their fruit through the Hood
River Fruit Growers' Union will get
the best possible prices at the very low
est cost. The management is to be
highly complimented on the plau as
outlined in another column.
The Q. R. & N. Co., always alert to
the welfare of their patrons, have de
cided to discontinue the mixed passen
ger and freight train leaving Portland
in the morning, returning in the even
ing, la DlluatllUlV . V,UIIII. lllBSdliri
train which will run daily including
Sundays: Leaving Portland 8:00 a.m.,
arriving Dulles 12:15 p.m., and return
ing to Portland 6 80 p.m. About April
15 Ui this train will -arry an elegant
observation car, and low rates for the
round trip will be placed in effect.
Mrs. Heald's recital Saturday even
ing was a most enjoyable affair. All of
the pupils gave great credit both to
their work and their able and enthu
siastic teacher. But the. great interest
of the evening centered in the singing
of Mrs. Lewis. This lady sings in a
wonderfully sweet and cultured man
ner, having had years of training un
der the best masters in Europe. Every
one so fortunate as to be present was
charmed, and only regret that the
lady's stay among us is to be so brief.
Mrs. M. Sue Adams had some beau
tiful and valuable specimens of silver
ore stolen from her parlor mantel, sup
posed to have been taken by a tramp
who hailed from Everett, Wash., oh
his way to the Idaho mines and claim
ing to be a miner. Dr. Adams had
employed him for a short time to as
sist iu setting out his orchard. The
stolen ore was a part of a box of rare
eneuimenjof various kinds, which had
lieen sent to Mrs. Adams from Mex
ico, and for lichness and beauty
could not be equaled. The loss was
deeply deplored. . Several other arti
cles of more or less value were stolen,'
among them, six silver table knives.
It is supposed he entered the parlor du
ring the absence of Dr. and Mrs. Adams
from the bouse.
'Mr. George Triplow called at the
Glacier office Wednesday. After
spending the winter In the" fruitgrow
ing distrtetiMiridalio, he thinks Hood
River has many advantages over lhat
country in raining and shipping fruit.
He sa;s the fruit men of Idaho who
attended the horticultural exhibit in
Portland last winter were loud in their
praises of Hood River apples. In his
trip down Snake river lu a skiff he saw
at least 100 miners at work washing
nut the sands along the Bhore and on
the bars. The bard times in the mines
have driven white men to follow this
mode of mining, where formerly only
Chinese were engaged, They were
panning out from 50 cents to $1.50 a
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 between Portland and
Dalles, leaving Portland at 8:00 a. m ,
arriving at Dalles 1:00 p. ni., and re
turning, leave Dalies at 2:00 p. m., ar
riving at Portland 7:00 p. m. daily, ex
cept Sunday rue through passenger
train still retains us old schedule, leav
ing Portland at 7:00t p. m for the East
and leayiDg Dulles at 4:00 p. m. for
A children's party will be given by
the ladies' aid society of the Congrega
tional church on Mayday night, at
7.30, in the church. The children will
be entertained by a committee, and
prizes will be offered for the best dressed
doll, the prettiest doll, the worst dressed
doll and the ugliest doll; also, for the
best jack-knife,' the worst jack-knife
and the oldest jack-knife. . Admission,
10 cents. There will be all kinds of
games, and the oldest and the youngest
will lie made happy. After a good
time has been spent a children's lunch
will be served,
F. L. Calkins of St. Paul, accompa
nied by H. N '('obt) of Spokane, was
in Hood River during the. week. Mr.
Calkins lias been traveling lu Oregon
and Washington in search of a locat ion
for tilout-twenty families of St. Paul
who wish to come to this coast. Mr.
Calkins thinks Hood River the most
desirable part of Oregon he has visited,
and he has been through the Willamette
valley and Southern Oregon, and when
he left he informed Mr. Bell of the
Mt. Hood hotel that he would hear
from him again.
The following deeds have been filed
for record with the county clerk: Al
bert Crum and wife to Lyman Smith,
the west half northeast quarter section
15, township 2 north, range 10 east;
(KHl. Mary K. Uailigan and James K.
Galligau to Geo. T. Galligan, the south
half of south half of northwest quarter
section 4, township 2 north, range 10
Train '8 recently broke into R. S.
A nd re we' house by prying off the
boards of the lean-to kitchen. They
tried to break in the door, but failed in
that. Nothing of value was left in the
house, and they got nothing. Iu leav
ing they opened the bars that bad been
wedged fust, and left them open for the
cattle to get into his orchard.
Rutb Cook died April 21st of whooo
iug cough and complication of diseases.
She endured her great suffering with a
remarkable patience. Though their
sorrow is bitter, the loving parents re
joice to know their little one is at rest.
t hey have the smpatny ot the entire
F. R. Absten reports that pheasants
aw destrojing the blooms on the
apple trees iu his orchard. In watch
ing them at work, he found I hey
would strip a limb clean of the buds
and blossoms. It is to be hoped the
Denny pheasants will not. learn this
Mrs. Heald and Miss Anne Smith
assisted in a concert given tiy the Con
giegatlonalists at TheDalles Wednesday
evening, and were both very warmly
received by the music lovers of that
city. There was also outside talert
from the Cascades and Portland.
C. L. Gilbert, deputy in the clerk's
oflice at. The Dalles, has been suffer
ing of late from an old wound in the
back of his head, which occasionally
causes hi in trouble. Mrs. Gilbert went
to The Dulles the first part of the week
to care for him.
. Mrs. Diusmore, mother of Mrs. M.
A. Cook, and sister, Mrs. Burrows,
came up from Salem and were here
through the sickness of l be little girl
of M. A. Cook. Mrs. Burrows return
ed home Thursday. t
The Hood River library association
has received from Hon. Binger Her
mann 14 large volumes of govern
ment reports. mong the list is the
report of the engineer ou the Cascade
Locks. , . . . - '
Ice cream Saturday afternoon and
evening, served in the front roomof
the Langille house by the young peo
ple of the Epwortli League. Bill, 10
cents a dish, with cake.
Superintendent Shelley has three
free scholarships in the normal school
at Weston for Wasco county students
who desire to perfect themselves in the,
science of teaching. ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Cook desire to
thank their friends and neighbors. for
their help and kindly acts during the
illness aud death of their little girl:
Ruth.' ' :. ;; .. I
Judge W.N. Luckey, a former resi-l
dent of Hood River, has beeu elected a
delegate from Ashland to the conven
tion of republicau clubs in Portland,
May 22d. .
. Haskell Marsh of Forest Grove made !
made Hood River a short visit Satur
day, returning home ou Monday's
early train. ' , . j
. Mrs. Dr. Marsh, who spent several
weeks visiting at Hood River, returned
to her home at Forest Grove Monday.
Mrs. Pealerset a hen with 17 turkey
eggs, aud was rewarded by the hen
hatching 17 turkeys aud a chicken.
Geo Rordan Thursday brought in
a fine lot of cabbage aud tomato, plants
and also radishes. , ,
E. V. Husbands expects to move his
shop to D. F. Pierce's shoe store about
the 1st of May.
S. R. Husbands of, Mosier and Mr.
Stark of Rock Creek were lu town
Wednesday. - -
-Jas. Hoag and family moved to
Wasco, Sherman county, ou Thursday.
Rev. J. W. Jeukins returned to The
. The Columbia is rapidly rising. . .
The grip has been quite prevalent in
this community lately. - Among those
who have been affected and prostrated
by this Sickness we have learned of the
following: Miss -A14ce Cleaver, Meigs
Hartmess; W.-a. Perry, Mrs. V. a,
Hartley. J. B. Rand's family. C M
Wolfard's family, Mrs. L. E. Morse,
Henry Prigge, Ed Williams, J. Ei
Hun tin. Mrs. Mattie A. Oiler. Mrs.
E. W. Winans. Mrs.1 Matreie Neff.
Judge L. Henry, Jim Coventou, Nick
The Dalles Tiraes-Mounfa.ineer bus
this to say of the Hood River talent
that took part in the concert given in
that city Wednesday evening: "The
instrumental executions of Mrs. Heald
were exceptionally good, and as
niauist she has few suceriora.
Miss Smith, in her difficult solos, sang
in a good voice, ana no doubt will score
many victories in tne musical world.
Sunday afternoon, at 4.15 o'clock, is
tne time set to iook at the new school
house in South Waueoma. None of
the ten commandments will be broken
if you pick out one of those beautiful
lots at tne same time. ,
Ansel White, who left Santa Cruz
early in 1806, is wanted. Any tangi
ble intormation concerning him will be
liberally paid for. Address E. H
O'Hara, 4(i9 S. Seventh street.San Jose,
. those beautiful lots near the new
school house will soon be nut of the
market. Just wait a little while longer,
until you want one right bad, and then
pay $100 more than you can get them
ior now. .
The Congregational churches of the
Mid Columbia Association will bold
their annual session at Condon, begin
ning next Tuesday. Rev. J. L. Hersb
uer expects to attend.
The friends of Mrs. A. M. Creed of
Mosier will be pained to learn that she
was partially paralyzed a tew days aero.
She was unable to talk for a time, but
nas since recovered ner speech.
Judge L. Henrv was taken suddenly
ill Wednesday. He was down at the
river fishing, and on his way home
was taken sick and had to call a hack
to take him home.
Next week we will print the names
of farms and country places. All who
wish to have the names of their places
appear in the list should send them in
Mr. Mooney of Cascade Locks and
Mr. Rankin of Hood River have
changed places as night operators in
tue ornee ot tne j. a. & jn. t-o.
Don't forget the children's party on
May day at the Congregational church.
All the children iu the valley are in
vited to attend.
A farm to rent Good bouse, water
and wood; 3 miles from town; $6 per
monin. rather suoe. ,
W. B. Perry has been quite sick du
ring the week with the grip and was
tnreateuea wan pneumonia.
To the Ladies
Of Hood River and - surrounding
country: I will be in your city next
Jbriday and Saturday, May 3d and 4th,
at Rand's store, with a choice line of
millinery from La Mode Millinery
rariore at Portland. My prices are
very reasonable and all are cordially
invited. Miss Alice Graham.
Mr. Geo. Triplow, who owns a ranch
at Hood River, got discouraged last
summer and left for Snake river. After
six moot lis' experience in the fruit
growing portions of that- country lie
made up his mind that Hood River
was the best place in the world for
growing apples, and arrived here last
night on his way back. He intends to
put. forty acres in "red winter apples"
and wait for them to get ripe. He
came down the Columbia in a small
boat just for the experience and made
the trip of 300 miles In six days. He
left his boat at Celilo, and is much
pleased with his trip. Chronicle.
Rev. F. L. Johns will preach in the
Barracks Sunday evening, at 8 o'clock.
Rev. J. L. Hershner will preach at
Crupper school house next Sunday at
4 p. m.
Rev. P. C. Hetzler, agent of the
American Bible Society, will be with
us on Sunday, May 5th, preaching at
the U. B. church. One of the services
will be made union.
There will be no Christian Endeavor
nor presching service at tle Congre
gational church on Sunday evening.
Morning service as usual.
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. barracks morning and . evening of
the first Sunday of each month; in the
evening the remaining Sundays of the
mouth. -The fourth Sunday evening
occupied by T. D. Gregory.
F. L. Johns.
. DIED. ,
In Hood River valley, Sunday,
April 21, 1804, Ruth, daughter of Sir.
and Mrs. M. A. Cook, aged 4 years.
The funeral services were held at the
Congregational church in town,
Tuesday, and the sermon was preached
by Rev. Win, Healy of San Diego,
Calif. Interment in Idlewiide cem
etery. -. -: '. '
Is It poetry ye want !
Thin begnrrajist listen '
To this schwute little tale,
Or ye'U find yerself lnissln'.
i If it's long life ye'd have, -Jist
stuff' be the hour
On Hood River spuds
And our Best Graham Flour.
See the new spring-tooth cultivator at Fer
guson & Davidson's. It is the thing for or
chard work. They also have a nice line of
chilled and stetl plows and some cultivators,
which they offer at prices In keeping with the
times, at the Champlln building. .
Black harness oil, 35 els a quart, at Pierce's
Harness and Shoe Store.
For sash, doors, mouldings, brackets, com
bination fencing and turning, go to the Hood
River Box Factory.
The Hood River Box Factory is now pre
pared to print stencils.
Ferguson dc Davidson havechllle plow
points for sule. ' K
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.
. (20 . ; HARBISON BROS.
he. rt free from nicotine as the dau
" - " . tf
smoke. An iron-clad written guarantee
all its forms, or money refunded. riee $1 00 per box, or 8 boxes (30 aays'
treatment and guaranteed cure), 2.50. For sale by alt druggiMs, or will be
sent by mail upon receipt of price. SEND SIX T WO-CENT STAMPS FOR
SAMPLE BOX. Booklets and proofs free..
Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis.
Office of THE PIONEER
Fiippba Chemical and Mfr. Com Dan v. La
fiend for many years, and during the past two years have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars
regularly every day. My whole nervous system became affected, until my physicians told
me I must give up the use of tobacco for the time beintf, at least. I tried the so-called "Keely
Cure," "No-To-Bac." and various other remedies, but without succes. until I accidentally
learned of your "Baoo-Curo." Three weeks ago today I commenced uslnst your preparation,
and todav I consider myself completely cured. I am In perfee ; health, and the horrible crav-
nir for loDacco. wnicn every lnvewsraus niuoner luuy uuiiitwi, una vuiupicwiy mtj.
consider your ujaco-uuro , simply wonuenui.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. L. Smith Oldest Established
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Flour and Feed. Etc..
For Sale or Trade.
A !"eav Waeon for sale, or will exchange
for a ugnter one. a.u. mhiwbbi,
mafia ttooa tuver. ur.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Adolf Dietrich, plaintiff,
Adelia Dietrich, defendant.
To Adelia Dietrich, the above-named defend
In the name of the State of Oregon. You are
required to appear and answer the complaint
filed anainst you In the above entitled suit on
or before Monday, the 27th day of May, 1895.
that being the nrst any or tne next regular
term of said Circuit Court following the ex
piration of the time prescribed in the order
neretoiore inacie ior me puoiicauon oi sum
summons; and if you fail so to appearand
answer said complaint, for want thereof the
iiaintin will apply to tne court for tne renei
etnunciea tnerein. io win ior a aecree iorever
dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore
and now existing between plaintiff and de
fendant, for the future care and custody of the
minor child of plaintiff and defendant, Frieda,
and for such other relief as to the court may
seem Just ana equitaDie.
The service of this summons is made upon
you by publication thereof In the Hood River
Glacier, a newspaper of general circulation
1.11... 1 . 1 . t . . J Al ' ... . .
y order of Hon. W. L. Bradshaw. Judge of
sal a court, wnicn oraer was auiy maue at
cnamDers. in Dane i iiy, uregon, on ine ein
day of April, 1805.
ti. tl. KlLIDfclvl
Attorney for Plaintiff..
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon
15. 1895. Notice Is hereby given
following-named settler has tiled
nis intention to mane nnai
support of his claim, and that saia proof
i oe maae oeiore Register ana tteceiver at
The Dalles, Oregon, on April 29, 1895, viz:
RALPH J. ELLIS,
Hd. E. No. 8093. for the northwest hi of section
83, township 8 north, range 10 east, W. M.
He names the foil wing witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
J. O. Eastman, T. E. Wlckens, E. C. Rogers
and Con. Repp, all of Hood River, Oregon.
mar23ap27 JAS. F. MOORE, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver. Wash.. March 21.
1895. Notice Is hereby given that the follow-inar-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
V. R. Dunbar, Commissioner U. 8. Clicult
Court for District of Washington, at his office
In Uoldendale, '.V ash., on May 10, 1895, viz:
ROY O. HADLEY, V
H. E. No. 8029. for the south of northwest hi
and north V. of southwest section 15, town
ship e north, range 12 east, w. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous .'esldence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz:
John C. Cochran, Peter O. Hoult. Henry M.
Trenner, and hester W. Bell, all of Olenwood
r. u., Washington.
. GEO. H. STEVENSON, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., March 20,
5. Notice Is hereby riven that the follow
ing-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
uoiaenaaie, wain., on May ;a, usuo, viz: i
WILLIAM S. LOCKE,,
F. No. 8197. for the southeast M section 0.
towusiilp 3 north, range 11 east. w.M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz:
Newton Cole, Bethewel Hendryx, P. Gro
shong, and Frank Lane, all of White Salmon,
wasn. utu. n. bilvisjbu.i,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver. Wash.. April 10.
1885. Notice Is hereby given that the follow-Ins-named
settler has filed notice of her In
tention to make nnai proof In support of her
claim, and make payment fui the land de
scribed, and that said proof will be made be
fore W. R. Dunbar, Commissioner U. 8. Cir
cuit Court for District of Washington, at his
office in Goldendale, Wash., on May 28, 1895,
viz: . S .
SARAH E. GILLIAM,
TL E. No. 8S80, for the northeast V ot north
west section S3, township t north, range'12
east, Willamette Meridian.
She names the following witnesses to prove
her continuous reslder.ee upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
Ellis B. Hewett, Jesse P. Snider, Robert A.
Hnlder and Marion M. Splawn, all of Lyle P.
O., Washington. GEO. H. STEVENSON,
ITS INJORIO US TO STOP SUDDEN L Y
arid don't be imposed upon by buying a
remedy that requires you to do so, as it is
nothing more than a substitute. In the sud
den stoppage of tobacco you must have some
stimulant, and in most all canes the effect of
the stimulant, be it opium; morphine, or other
opiates, leaves afar worse habit contracted.
Ask your druggist about BACO-CURO.
It is purely vegetable. You
do not have to stop using to'
bacco with BACO-CURO,
It will notify you when to stop
and. your desire for tobacco
will cease. Your system will
before vou first took vour Arst chew or
v ,m' t
to absolutely cure the tobacco habit in
PRESS COMPANY, C. W. HonniCK, Supt.
St. Paul. Minn.. Sent. 7. 1804.
Crosse. Wis. Dear Sirs: I have been a tobacco
anu uttu luuy recommend it. iuum wry
L'WJ , hvju iuiv.
GEO. T. PRATHEE,
Notary PQlilic anfl Ins. AfiBnt.
- I represent five of the best insurance com
panies. , .
Collections made and real estate handled on
Office In Prather Block, Oak St.,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
T. C. DALLAS,
STOVES AND TINWARE,
. Kitchen Furniture,
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. 8. BLOWERS,
aulS Hood River, Oregon.
A. S. BLOWERS & CO.,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, .
FLOUR AND FEED.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
BRAD LEY& METCA LF CO!
THE BIGGEST BU01 IN THE"
lHAOt MASK COPVRtGHTir
A Soft Snap.
Two Ten-Acre Tracts, accessible to the new
school house, also one-quarter mile of Frank
ton school house. Choice of ten acres, $2i per
acre; twenty acres for 8400. Land adjoining
has sold for f 100 per acre. Also, HO acres in
Winans section, choice timber; price B50. Ap
ply at this office; ' mar2)
ONE GIVES RELIEF.
Nickelsen & Luckey will hereafter do all
plumbing and repairing, connecting to or de
taching from water mains. '
d22 . . , A. 8. BLOWERS, Manager.
FOR JS ALE.
Forty acres unimproved land, on the east
side of Hood river, 6 miles from town. Price
tlO per acre. Inquire at Glacier office.
' For Sale.
Five acres of good land 114 miles west of
town. Inquire of
Light Spring Wagon
For sale or trade. Inquire of
W. A. SLINOEBLAND,
aplS : '':' Hood Kiver, Or.
Jersey Cow for Sale.
A cood Jersey Cow. 6 years old. Price. 84O.
Call at this office, or address
npj J. r. WAisoiN, iooa ittver.
The Portland Sun is for sale every day at
the post office after the arrival of the train
1 THE ' ' "
Through Freight and
My! Dies ni MM
All Freight Will Come Through
One way,;.......,......,... .$1 5
Round trip.-..- 2 5(1
Freight Rates Greatly
W. V. A L, LAW AY,
- ' ' General Agent.
THE DALLES, - OREGON
E. McNEILL, Receiver.
TO THE '
. Gives the c'hoioe of ,
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AND ' . ANJ
ST. PAUL. Kansas City.
Low Rates to All East
EAST BOUND FROM HOOD HI VER
Freight leaves at
Mail " ,
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WEST BOUND FROM IKK1D
No 27 , lxicai, leaves at
No. 1,. Wail
Leave l'ortlnod every five du.vs for
For full details call on O. R. A N. Ascnt.
Hood River, or address 1
" W. H. HURL1UJRT., '
Gen'l Pass. Ag. nt,
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prompt answer and an honest opinion, write ta
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I formation concerning Patents and bow to ob-
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leal and sclentlflo books sent free. 7
Patents taken through Munn ft Co. receive
special notloeinthe Scientific Ainei'ieiin, ana
tuus are brought widely betoiethe public with
out coat to tbe Inventor. This splendid paper.
Issued weekly, elenantlylllustrated.has by far Ui
largest circulation of any soientJoe imtk in true
world. 3 a year. Sample copies sent free.
Buildina Edition, monthly, $3.50 a year. Single
copies, cents. Every number contains beau
tiful plates. In colors, and photograpbs of ne'.r
bouses, with plans, enabling builders to show tiio
latest desltms and secure contracts. Address
MUNN & CO.. iv'jtw Voue, 361 BbuauwjlY.
C J. HATES, SURVEYOR,
AH work given him will bo i1njieir
reetly and promptly. ' He him a few
gfMKi claims upon whidh hft nut Wule
parties; ooth farming and twuln-r UukU.'
y The Old Reliable
213 Montgomery HU,
RXTFNDINO FROM PINE TO BI'KH. SAM
Frnneixco, Cal. Business center of the
city, convenient to all btinks.insnnnweofrtre
and plaees of amusement Containing
rooms. Terms $1.30, 82 and 82.30 per day.
Free coach to and from the hotel.
flS J.S. YOUNH, Proprietor.
Bargain in Land.
For Sale Forty acres unimproved land,
east side of Hood rivor, i miles from town.
Will sell 6 or 10 acre tl-actschwip. Inquire at
Glacier office. ., -
Old papers for sale at this oilicu.