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Kood iiver Slacier.
FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1393.
The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts 'He game day at noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A. M.: arrives at
6 P. M. Saturdays.
For White Halmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.;
arrives at 6 o'clock P. M. . .
From While Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and Oleowood Mondays,
, Wednesdays and Fridays. , . .
Canby Post, No. UL G. A." R., meets at Odd
M 1 II.. 1 1 U. r a..aK mnH.lv
Mt 2 o'clock p. m. All G. A. R. members In
vited to attend.
C. J. Hayes, Commander. '
A. S. Blowkus. Adjutant.
Wnucoma Lodge, No. 80, K. of P., meets In
ithelr Castle Hall on every Tuesday night.
J. A. Soksbb. C. C. "
Geo. T. Prathkr, K. of R. & s.
Riverside Lodire, No. 08, A O. U. W., meeU
first and third Saturdays of each month.
W. J. SMITH, M. W.
J. F. Watt, Financier.
li. L. Howe, Reeo der.
. ADVERTISING RATES. : '
Professional Cards, per month ...tl 00
One Inch spaoe, per month 1 50
Rates on larger space given on application.
Business notices in local columns will be
charged S cents a line 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.
Land plaster at S. E. Itartmeas'.
Hats and carw at the Racket store.
Tin cans and wax strings at Dallas.'
8. E. Bartmess Is agent for the Vic
tor bicycle. v
Mrs. G. H. Pdtmer moved Monday
to White Halmon. ,
Just received, a lot more of those hose
at the Racket store. . . i. ..
M. H. Nickelsen Is agent for the
White Sewing Machine.
8. E. Bartmess Is agent for the Bri
dal Veil Lumber Company.
Lumber wagon, light, for sale.
E. E, Savage.
A full line of gent's shirts at the
Iou Morse Is authorized agent for all
newspapers and periodicals. : .... , .
Will Mercer is now at Wasco, where
he expects to make bis home.
Frank Miller has received his bay
baler and is now prepared to bale bay
for $1.75 a ton. , . . . - ..
Frank Button and Ed Rand will
plant eight or ten acres to strawberries
on the hill above J. R. Reynolds' place.
The time for setting fruit trees Is
coming along. Get your trees of Til
lett, where you can get them home
grown and true to name..
Those who have agreed to pay their
,nuhncriptloiiB in wood are hereby noti
fied to bring it along. ' Six teen-inch
stove wood, delivered at our residence,
The following party left Hood River
Thursday afternoon forRandv Flat for
a few days nshinir: F J. Wright, D.
E. Rami, P. S. Peyton, Ed Rude and
and G P. Ross. :, ...
Bert Langille came down from Cloud
rjp inn wennesoay. tie reports
fourteen persons at the Inn. - More
thai, the usual number of tourists have
visited the mountain this year. .. -
Austin Wilson, who was severely In
jured last winter by fulling 90 feet
own a shaft In the Coeur d'Alene
mines, has recovered and gone to work
again in the Bunker Hill mine at
8. H. Cox and Levi Monroe intend
to ourn a aim or uncK on tneir lann
on the East Side. They have good
clay for the purpose, and will burn a
kiln of 100.0(10 and have them on the
market the coming Fall. .
Stop and think one minute! Is It
tirtt. roaocmahlo tlmf. wlt.hnlif rant tn
pay, I can sell doors, windows and all
kinds of building material, paints and
household furniture, and compete with
any dealer in any city or town? Call
and see. 8. E. Bartmess.
While the family of Rev. J. W.
Jenkins were in camp on the east side
of Hood River, Monday their little
daughter met with a severe accident.
The child was carrying an ax and fell,
ftnd the little ringer of her left baud
; was cut clean off by the ax.
The O. R. & N. Co., Blways alert to
the welfare of their patrons.have placed
on sale at prircipal stations a 1000-mile
ucKet ai ine rate i mree wins per
mile; good one year from date of sale,
and good for passage over the rail and
water lines of their system. ,
Mrs. Lola Brady of Dayton, Indiana,
arrived here Thursday marning, on a
visit tn S. E. Bartmess and family.
Mrs. Brady Is on her way from Baker
Citv to Eugene, and while In Oregon
will look out for a location for her hus
band, who has recently sold his farm
1n Indiana and wants to Karate in
Mrs. n. L. Flairtr went to the Port
In nd Methodist hospital last week.'
Her daughter, Mrs. F E. Jackson, as
companied her to Portland. After
three or four days treatment In the
hospital, her health was greatly im
proved, and she spent-the time visit
ing in the city and returned borne
Thursday iti good health.
Dr. E. P. Hohrbausrh and family of
Cheyenne, left here last Friday tor their !
honie, after a pleasant four-week's
visit with relatives. The doctor, who j
is a prominent citizen of Wyoming,
is a sun-in-law of Mr. H. C Hensrst of
Hood River valley. : July 11th, in
company with Joseph Hengst, Annie
Hengst and Mrs. John Kelley, they
went to Mt. Hood The party reached
the summit of the mountain, where
they remained for three quarters of an
Shakespear's "King -Lear" Is the
subject of President Chapman's lecture, j
It is the only lecture in the whole j
course that will need any preparation.
To understand and enjoy it every one
must read "King Lear." It is one of
Shakespear's best plays and Is full of
life principles, good thoughts and hap
py wit. Don't fail to read it. and then
go home from the lecture and call it
a failure. Our public library has the
play and no one is to be excused who
has not. read It. - : '
All of our school children who hope
for a higher education should take this
opportunity of seeing and hearing the
president of the university that they
will probably attend,
At a special meeting held by the
Congregational church last Saturday,
a - unanimous call . .was extended to
Rev. J. L. Hershner, who has tilled
the pastorate nearly one year, to re
main with the c'uurob as pastor for an
Indefinite time. The call is under con
sideration and will probably toe accept
ed. The pastor was voted a vacation,
which will be taken during August.
A committee consisting of Mr. Armor
and Mr. Dukes was appointed to take
preliminary steps to build a parsonage.
The membership of tbe church has
been doubled, lacking only two, tbe
East year, and the church is la a most
Wild blackberries and cinnamon
bear are quite numerous around tbe
mills now. About two weeks ago, on
morning while Mrs. Antone Wise was
picking wild blackberries in tbe woods
uear her house, she heard a noise be
hind her, and turning around, beheld
a large clunamou bear. Woman like,
she tried to scare Bruin by shaking her
tin pail at him, but tbe bear wouldn't
scare worth a cent and Mrs. Wise
thought it wise to run for tbe bouse.
. Harry Hansberry, while at work
getting out a Jam ou the Oregon Lum
ber Go's flume at Cbenowith, last Fri
day, lost his balance and fell a distance'
of thirty feet. He struck among the
logs aud brush at tbe bottom and was
pretty well bruised and scratched but
not seriously injured. ' '
Mrs. John Hinkle, superintendent of
tbe U. B. Chinese mission in Portland,
and Mrs. Moy Ling, wife of the inter
preter and tbre children, were in
Hood River visiting 8. E. Bartmess
and family from Friday till Monday
morniug, when they returned to Port
laud. ' : ,n .; 'v. ;'.; .V
James Hoag to in charge of the Mt.
Hood Stage Go's stables at tbe toll
bridge on the Mt. Hood road. The
company is now prepared io uine . , . ,.,
Passengers to Cloud Can Inn each ,rlD.Prt at making ice cream, volun
prepared to take
having a change of six horses at tbe
toll bridge. .
: Louis Faurerof the Gambrinus Brew-!
ery, Portland, went to Cloud Cap Inn pne, alld furnished the lemons for
to tlay. Mr. iaurer bus traveled all,!,. , j . j - ,,. -
over Euroue. aud one year am wa8 ' the lemonade stand, which was pre-
the Alps. He says be likes the mount-,
aiusof Oregon above anything of the
kind be ever saw
At meeting of Idlewilde lodge, I.
O O. F.. held lust uigbt, the following
officers were Installed: O. B. Hartley,
vice grand; M. F. Sloper, noble grand; i
Li. Hi. Aiorse, secretary. , a uu J.
Hanna, treasurer. Supjter was bad
at the Langille house. .
W. J. Campbell has some good land
on the Columbia river bottom on which
he raises some fine vegetables: He is
now preparing to set 3000 or 4000 cab
bage plants for winter use.
Miss Kate Chamberlain, niece of Mrs.
John A. Wilson, who has been visiting
Mrs. Wilson for a week or two, left ou
the Regulator Tuesday for her home at
North Yamhill. ' . - .-.
Ji ny thing you need In the line of
doors, windows, window glass, mould
ings, thresholds, casings, etc., ' you
will find at the Box Factory. ...j ...
Mrs. M. Sue Adams and children
went to Portland Monday. - Thursday
Dr. Adams went down and will ac
company them bonie. ';
Mr. and Mrs. Price, whose residence
was burned last week, are now Jiving
wit h their son, Hon. T. R. Coon.' They
will not rebuild. ...
' Miss Pooley of Mt. Hood, tbe young
lady who was badly hurt In a runa
way last week, is rapidly recovering.
It is said there are ar least 200 people
in the mountains from Heod River
valley gathering wild blackberries.
Quite a party of Hood River citizens
will leave today for tbe mountains to
go into camp for a week or two.
The city marshal has two mares and
a colt in the pound, which are adver
tised to be sold ou the 29ih. . ..
Shoo Fly I Screen doors and ex ten-
tion window screens, fit any window,
at the Box Factory. ;
The season for setting strawberry
plants Is ou and our strawberrymeu
are all busy. ', j ' - t '
C. G. Roberts arrived home Monday
after a four months' trip buviug wool.
Mrs. Grant Evans left Sunday for
Medford, Oregon, to visit relatives.;" .!
Miss Clara BIythe is visiting friends
in Portland. " ' . .. ,
Ladies sailors and lace flats at , tbe
Racket store. ;)'-; - (
Bed room set with bevet edg6 mirror
for $12.50 at S. E. Bartmess1.- .. . i
v O. B. Hartley has for sale some nice
.. . A Victim of His Own Joke. Z
Mr. Peter Groshong of White Sal
mon is fond of a joke. A , new shoe
maker, a Swede, lately moved into
that locality. Groshong took a pair of
shoes to him to be mended. . He ex
plained to the new shoemaker that be
wanted a patch here and a patch there,
etc., and then added in , bis joking
way, "then lengthen them - about
two Inches." The good knight of St.
Crispin, , 'like , the 'good old-time
country printer who pould follow copy
if It went out of the window, knew
how to obey orders, and when our
friend Groshong called for his brogans
tbe shoemaker proudly exhibited . bis
bandywnrk to tbe victim of his' own
joke. Tbe shoes were lengthened by
opening them at the. hack, setting
back the bee) and building an addition
in the rear. Pete was tickled immense
ly when' he saw the outcome of his
Joking remarks. "Is there anything
else I can do for you to day?" said the
obliging wax-end. ,wKo," said Pete,
"not to day. . But when I have time 1
will come around and leave my feet to
be lengthened about two inches."- He
then cheerfully oald the lengthened
bill and went out to tell the good 'Joke
upon himself to his friends. :
This simple remedy for posion oak
will be gratefully received by ' those
who can never enjoy a day tn the
woods on account of that dreaded foe.
Take a handful of parsley, ' cut it fine
and fry in a large tablespoon of lard
unll crisp, then strain the lard and
allow it to cool, and use as an ointment
whenever the part affected feels irri
tated. Also take the root of parsley
and make a tea by simply boiling and
drink it. - ,
" AJleiujiicjl Robberr.
Sunday, morning some one entered
Mr. :M. F. Sloper's residence, intent
upon- robbery, Saturday evening, at
7 o'clock, Mr. Sloper bad unlocked the
front door for the convenience of Clay
Folsom, the photographer, who was
rooming there. 'The would-be thief
then entered the house, unobserved by
any one, and passed out by the rear
entrance, leaving the door unbolted,
About three o'clock in the morning
Mr. Folsom was awakened by a noise
in his room, and by the dim light be
could see some one going through his
clothes. Fortunately, Clay bad placed
his wealth under his pillow. Fearing
the thief was armed,' Mr. Folsom lay
quiet until he left the room, when he
endeavored to awaken Mr. McGuire,
who was asleep in an upper room.
Failing in this, he hurried down to the
Langille house and awoke Mr. Sloper,
who went up to his house and searched
for the thief, but he had made good his
whereabouts. The thief must have
1 known that Mr. Folsom had money.
.'Nothing else In the house was mo
lested. ' ''- "''''" ';
The - entertainment and . ; festival
given at Frankton school house Friday
evening last was a decided success
iu every way. Though the evening
was rather cool for ice cream and edl
bles being served In the open air, there
was a big crowd and every one seemed
to fully enjoy the occasion. Mr. Bam
Caninltell of the Hunt. ftiHn. whn la an
: teered his services to prepare this part
J of the entertainment. ' Mr. E. Locke
sent Up nine boxes of his delicious
sided over by Miss Maggie Locke and
; Miss Edith Eastman. The lemonade
and fruit stand realized $4.75. The ice
cream was all sold and $22.85 realized
making the total receipts for the even
ing $27.60. Tbe expense for Ic and
ingredieuts for the ice cream amounted
to $4.50, leaving the net receipts $23.10.
Tbe music and literary programme was
::t'i f Spud Thief: f , C 1 1
Some enterprising person without
the fear of the Lord or the laws of
Oregon is robbing the potato patch of
Capt. Blowers and Will Yates, two
miles west of town. The ground be
ing very loose, it is an easy matter to
go along the rows and with tbe bands
root out tbe potatoes from tbe hills,
leaving the vines standing. Some of
tbe vines were robbed a little too close
ly and they wilted, which caused the
theft to be noticed. .The enterprising
spud thief left the impression of his
heavy-soled shoes with nails in them
in the soft earth, and tbe detectives
who are working up tbe case think
they have an easy job to locate the
aforesaid enterprising s. t.
The O. R. & N.; Co. is about ready
to build a new bridge over Hood river
at this point. ' The road is to be
straightened by building the bridge at
a point below the old one, and making
a straight line from the depot to tbe
east bank of Hood River. This will
avoid tbe crook in the road which Is
made going to the present crossing of
tbe river. The old road bed will be
used as a switch for the loading of cord
wood aud other i products of . Hood
River. - ' ' V;
; The Davenport mills are cutting
25,000 feet of lumber a day. . . They have
an order for all the railroad ties they
can furnish,, and have shipped 8,000
within tbe last few days. .
Ice cream every day at the bakery. ;
Blackberries are plentiful.
Beware of Imitations of Peacock Flour,
Take none without the picture of the bird on
the sack. HANNA 4 WOLFARD,
Ferguson A Davidson have chilled plow
points for sale. i ; " - -?
DR. E. T. C A UN'S Is now located In Hood
River, Kintt-class work at reasonable rates.
All work guaranteed. Olllce lu the Langille
House. - .. JylS
' One thoroughbred Jersey Bull, one yea old;
also, one yearling beifer, seven-eighth Jersey.
For sale by
H. C. HENU8T.
Hood Biver, Or.
Fruit or Irain Land.
Forty or Eighty Acres of unimproved good
fruit or grain land for sale cheap. Call on ,
: FKKD KF.MP,
Jy5 "; - - Mt. Hood Htage Hoad.
' WM.T1LLETT, Proprietor...
WOijw - . ,;..'..,, .-.
Grower and dealer In choice Nursery stock.
He has tbe only stock of the
Yakima Apple. " 4
The best of red apples, aqd as long; a keeper as
the Yellow Newtown.
I have about 20,000 apple trees of the best va
rieties growing In my nursery.. All standard
varieties are grafted from tbe best stock la
Hood Biver. , Jelfc,,
fflt Bid for. Sale Clean.
' Situated 4 miles west of the town of Hood
River, on the Columbia. Free from late frosts.
Fnll crop of all kinds of -fruit now on ranch.
Fine irrigating facilities and water for that
purpose belonging to- place. Call at Glacier
office or at ranch. - Fy R. AUHTJSN,
be as free from nicotine as the day before you first took your first chew or
smoke,- An iron-clad written guarantee to absolutely cure the tobacco habit in
all its forms, or money refunded. Price fl 00 per box, or S boxes (30 days'
treatment and guaranteed cure), f2.S0. For sale bt all druggists, or will be
sent by mail upon receipt of price. SEND SIX TWO-CENT STAMPS FOR
SAMPLE BOX. Booklets and proofs free. -
Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis.
- Office of THE PIONEKR PRESS COMPANY; C. W. HoanrcK, Supt
, St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 7, 1804.
Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Company, La Crosse, Wis. DearSlra: I have been a tobacco
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 mustelve no the use of tobacco for the time being, at least. I tried the so-called "Keely
Cure," "No-To-Bac." and various other remedies, but without success, until I accidentally
learned of your "Baco-Curo." Three weeks ago today I commenced using your preparation,
and today I consider myself completely cured. I am In perfec health, and the horrible crav
ing for tobacco, which every inveterate smoker fully appreciates, lias completely left me. I
consider your "Baco-Curo" simply wonderful, and can fully recommend it. Yours very
truly, . - , -
Divine service will be held at Crap-
rr's school bouse next Sunday at
p. m. Rev. J. L. Hershner will
The union service
evening will be held
church at 8 o'clock.
at tbe U. 13.
Owinir to the
M. . camp meeting at Belmont, Rev
F. L. Johns cannot take part in this
union service. The pastor of. the Con
gregational church will preach.
Rev. J. Henry Wood will have
charge of the camp meeting to be held
at Belmont, beginning the 25th Inst.
The 4th quarterly conference will be
held on tbe grounds, Rev. R. C. Moter,
P. E., presiding, August 3d and 4th.
A number of efficient ministers will be
present. Meals can be secured on tbe
(rounds. Everybody welcomed.
U. B. church, Sunday. July 28th.
Sunday school at 10 a. ni., pneachlng
at 11 a. m., jutdor endeavor at 6.30
p. m., senior endeavor at 7 p. tn. .
r. j. jvb a i'sk, pastor.
Congregational Church Rev. J. L.
Hershner, pastor. Worship, with
g reach ing, will be conducted every
unday, at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m., un
less otherwise announced. Prayer
meeting and Sunday school conference
on Wednesday evening. . Christian
Endeavor society on Sunday evening.
All who attend these services will be
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. Tbe fourth Sunday evening
occupied by T. D. Gregory.
X. Li. JOHNS.
Assessment No. 2.
Notice Is hereby given to the stockholders
of the Hood River Fruit Growers' Union that
the Board of Directors have levied assessment
No. 2, of SO cents per share on the capital
stock, to be collected according to the provi
sions of the by-laws.
, . H. r. DAVIDSON, Secretary.
Steam Boiler and Pump
. for Sale.
A 10-horse power Steam Boiler and Pump,
All in good repair. Will be sold cheap; $50
down, balance on time. Apply at Glacier
office, or to - C. D. MOORE,
jezv w niie saimon, wasn.
A red cow. 6 or 7 years old. with lender
norns Qium air me poiniA. Any iniormauon
in regard to the cow will be rewarded.
jea) u. n. H AKiijcix , Mooa Kiver.
10 Acres for Sale.
For the benefit of my creditors I will sell 10
acres of land for (250. The land is 4 miles
from town and within one-hair mile or school
house, flouring mill, saw mill and planer.
Right acres ol It is cleared and ready to set to
fruit trees. Address JAS. E. FEAK,
)eZi Linton, Oregon.
Bargains in Lands
300 acres of unimproved land for sale. on the
Kant Hide, 6 miles from town, fj to $10 an acre.
Other land, abont half cleared, $20 an acre.
Well Improved land, $30 an acre. Plenty of
water for Irrigation. Will sell in 20 or 40-acre
tracts. Inquire at Glacier office. Je22
Ladd's New Gun Store.
Mew line of all Sporting
Goods, Campers, Fisher
men and Prospectors'
Supplies at reduced rates.
Highest ci sh price paid
for Raw Furs. 8end for
Address Ladd's Gun (Store. Third
and Market tilts, San Francisco, al. Jel .
FOR S ALE.
Forty acres unimproved land, on the east
side of Hood river, 5 miles from town. Price
$10 per acre. Inquire at Glacier office.
From 4 to 5 acres of strawberry land. In
good condition to plant at any time. Within
a mile of town. Plenty of water. Apply at
Glacier office. , , . Jeld,
G. T. Pkathbr, I ' H. C. Co.
PRATHER & COE,
Eel Estate ail Inn,
03 Oak St., bet. 2d and 3d.
lf- t.M.. .nil AAMnH t U.
J " " ' """l WHIM. IKICfi. u -'
town of Hood River: also, fruit, hay and nerry
farms and timber claims iu the most desira
ble locations In the valley. If 'on have any
thing in the real estate line to sell or rent, or
If you want to buy, give us a call.
Deeds, bonds and mortgages promptly and
We will also attend to legal business In ius-
We are also agents for SOUTH WAUCOMA
property. , , .
rrIA I rlc.K &. UUfc.
, ap27 '
Five acres of good land y. miles west of
IN J Vitro VS TOSTOP SUDDENL Y
and don't be 'imposed upon by buying a
remedy that requires you to do so, as it is
nothing more man a substitute. In the ma
den stoppage of tobacco jou must have some
stimulant, and in most all cases the effect of
the stimulant, be it opium, morphine, or other
opiates, leaves afar worse habit contracted.
Ask your druggUt about BACO-CURO.
It is' purely vegetable, iou
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
llJLDJ . v u. W, UUKfllLlV. ,.' ,
A. S. BLOWERS & CO.,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, '
FLOUR AND FEED.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
THE BIGGEST I
.. TBA0E MARK MrrMHTM
I have for sale a seven-year old mare; will
weigh from 1200 to 1300 pounds.
ap27 GEO. T. PRATHER.
Timber IJind, Act June 8, 1878.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, May 81, 1803. Notice la hereby given
that in compliance with the provisions of the
act of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lands In the states of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory," Helen R.Davenport of Hood River,
county of Wasco, state of Oregon, has this day
died In this office her sworn statementNo.lfl,
for the purchase of the W. N. W. section
No. 15, In township No. 2 north, range No. 9
east, and will offer proof to show that the land
sougni is more vaiuaoie ior lis iimDer or
stone than for aerrlcultural nurDoses. and to
establish her claim to said land before the
Register and Receiver of this office at The
Dalles, Oregon, on Thursday, tbe loth day of
She names as witnesses: M. M. Davenport.
C. Copple, Frank Davenport and Carl Wood,
all of Hood River, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file
tneirciaims in mix omceonor Deiore saia uin
day of August. 1805.
Je8al0 JAS. F. MOORE. Register.
ONE GIVES RELIEF.
, The WaterSupply Co. of Hood River Valley
will pay the above reward to any one who
will give information that will convict any
person or persons of stealing water, tamper
ing with the boxes or breaking their ditches.
By order of the Water Supply Co. of Hood
River Valley. ..
J. F. ARMOR, President.
WM. DAVIDSON, Secretary. Jyl2
Two large stoves, 85 joints of stove pipe, two
elbows, two sections 3x10 blackboard, and two
sections 4x10 pulp blackboard. Apply to
M. H. Nickelsen, Clerk, or the School Hoard
of District 8. Jyl2
Land for Sale.
Forty acres of land; 6 acres fenced: on the
county road, 5 miles from town of Hood
River. Price, $600. Address
myl - .... J. H. FRARY, Tucker, Or. '
To - Water Consumers.
All who wish to use water for Irrlgatlnc
must make application before using the water.
no , irrigating will tx permitted except
through hose with regulation nozzle.
Any person using water contrary to above
rules will be cut off from the main and no
more water furnished t hem by this company.
Price of irrigating Is "5 cents per lot, or frao
tionof lot, payable strictly in advance.
A. 8. BLOWERS, :
E. L. SMITH, ,
J. F. WATT, !
Directors nood River Spring Water Co. .
Bargain in Land.
For Sale Forty acres unimproved land,
east side of Hood river, i miles from town.
Will sell S or 10 acre tracts cheap. Inquire at
CAW I OBTAIN A PATENT f For a
prompt answer and an hooeat opinion, write to
M U N N fc CO.. who have bad nearly fifty years'
who have had nearly fifty years' .'
experience In the patent business. Commnnica
tlona itrlctly confidential. A Handbook of In
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