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3(1 Iyer. Slacier
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1805.
The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parU e same days at noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A. M.; arrives at
g P. M. Saturdays.
For White Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.;
arrives at 6 o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and Glenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Frida vs.
Canby Post, No. 18, G. V. R., meets at Odd
Fellow's Hall, first Saturday of each month
Mt 2 o'clock p. m. All G. A. R. members in
vited to attend.
C. J. Hayes, Commander.
A. S. Blowbhs. Adjutant. - 1
Waucoma Lodge, No. 80, K. of P., meets In
their Castle Hall on every Tuesday night.
J. A. Soesbb, C. C.
Geo. T. Prather, K. of R. & S.
Riverside Lodge, No. 68, A O. U. W.. meets
first and third Saturdays of each month.
W. J. SMITH, M. W.
J. F. Watt, Financier.
H. L. Howb, Recoi der. '
' .. . BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
J. H. Phirman of The Dalles was in
A blue-glass fruit dish, left at the fair,
can be found at this office. .:'
' Capt. Ferguson has moved his jew
elry store to M. H. Nickelsen's,
- Amos Underwood killed two bears
last Friday six miles from his place.
.'': The ladies of the M." E. church made
. over $50 by their restaurant at the fair.
: Saturday and Monday of each week
will be our grinding days throughout
the fall and winter. Harbison Bros.
Dr. E. T. Cams will visit Hood
Itiyer October 25th. Rooms at the
Xiangille house. ,
Capt. A. S. BU.wers went ; to The
Dalles Wednesday to attend a meeting
of the county commissioners, called to
act on road matters.
A ny thing you need in the line of
ioors, windows, window glass, mould
inifs, thresholds, casings, etc., you
will find at the Box .Factory.
Tillett has 100 Lambert cherry trees
for sale; every one having the stamp of
the horticultural society, showing their'
genuineness. Also, all varieties of
The petrified fish belonging to W. J.
Baker, which was exhibited at the fair,
was unfortunately broken by someone
'handling it. Mr. Prather succeeded iu
glueing the pieces together. .
In another ' column we print the
apple song sung , by the Hood River
ilee duo, wnicil was composed ny ur.
J. F. Watt of the Glee club. To' fully
appreciate the song, you must hear it
sung by the Glee club.
Rev. J. F. Bartmess of Buchanan,
Mich., brother to O. C. and uncle of
8. E. Bartmess, arrived here Sunday
.-direct from Chicago, and will remain
for a .month. He is delighted with
W. J. Baker of Hood River and A.H,
Jewitt of White Salmon, having ex
hibited the best plate each of winter
and fall apples at the fair, will each re
vive a receipt for a year's subscription
to the Glacier. , . v, , . .
The Glacier office was presented
Monday with a box of handsome red
upples 'from the orchards of Capt. H.C.
Co.ik and J. W. Overbaugh of White
Salmon. The display made .by these
gentlemen at the fair would be hard to
Templeton and Lindsay of Belmont
had a tine display of com and vegeta
tiles at the fair. Mr. Gessling of Bel
mont exhibited three squashes grown
on one vine within twelve inches of
ach other that weighed probably fifty
The programme for the entertain
ment October 26th, for the benefit of
the library association, will appear
next week. : Those who will take part
are requested to nolifytbecouiiuiit.ee
of the parts they will take by the first
of next week.
Tonight the Belmont band will be
given a benefit. The boys have pre
pared a programme that should entitle
them to a full house. Besides music
and comedy, there will be acrobatic
performances, rope walking, etc.which
it is said will lie well worth the price of
.admission. The entertainment will be
given at the armory. . ..'
The ladies of the M. E. church desire
to extend thanks to those who so kind
ly gave them the use of their tents,and
to all who so generously contributed
in the way of provisions ; and fruit;
also, to those who so willingly gave a
helping hand in time of need. The
society realized the sum of $53, which
places the church out of debt and on a
square footing with the world.
Tuesday, O. C. Bartmess,' who-is
only 76, took his brother,' Rev. J. F.,
18 years his junior, Rev. F. V. Krause
and Prof. Nauman, for a stroll across
the Columbia. The party was gone all
day and went to the top of Bear Foot
mountain. The preachers and the
professor have since been sore and limp
from the effects of their long .tramp,
while Uncle Oliver is as lively as a
cricket. t ( -
Prather & Coe's real estate and in
surance office has been moved one door
west in the Prather building, and the
room vacated by them is now occupied
by the Hood River library. The num
ber of books in the library had become
too great for the room at the disposal
of Mr. Niekelsen, the librarian, and his
store room being connected with the
library by a doorway, it will be as con
venient to him as heretofore."" '
Capt. Blowers has sold the old John
Divers ranch, containing 320 acres, to
Prof. P. A'. Snyder. This ranch con
tains some of. the best farming and
fruit lands in the valley. .The price
paid was $15 an acre. Mr. Snyder will
put iu 25 or 30 acres of wheat this fall,
and will also set several acres to apple
trees this fall and in the spring. , We
congratulate the professor in the good
selection he has made in purchasing a
One of the most pleasing features' of!
the entertainment Saturday night at
the fair ' was the appearance on the
stage of three returned veterans of
"Coxie's army." Dr. R C. Brosius,
Dr. J. F. Watt and Mr. S. J. LaFrance :
personated these characters and sung a
song with local hits that "brought
down the house." Their make-up was
good and their disguise so perfect that
some of their most intimate acquaint
ances did not recognize them while on
the stage. j
Hon. E. L. Smith went to Portland
Tuesday to place Hood River's exhibit
in me exposition ne iouk uiiu win
23 boxetf of apples, pears, quinces etc.;
one box of com; one bale of corn on
stalk, tobacco, hemp, sorghum, etc.;
and a crate of pepper plants, all of
which will till 100, feet of space in the
Will Langille arrived home from
Portland Monday. Wednesday lie
started for Uloud Cap Inn along with
J. Thornburn Ross of Portland and
Dr. Sterling, an Eastern visitor. The'
partv expect to go to the summit of
Mt. Hood. ,, ,
Tho 12-vear-oId daughter of J. N.
Watt, a bridge carpenter on the 6. R.
& N., living four miles south of Mosier,
ia-.i u. s..iit.. i.... ...i
boiling water, Saturday evening about
6 o'clock, and died Monday night.-
Dr. E. T. Cams as in town Mon
day, shaking hands with friends. The
doctor was on his way to Eastern Ore
gon, but will return to attend to the
wants of the Hood River people Octo
ber 25th. '
The prize babies at the fair will each
receive a silver spoon with their names
engraved thereon by Clarence Eug- j
lish, now of Portland
Mr. John Michell, Jate of The Dalles
Times-Mountaineer, has returned from
his visit East and taken up his resi
dence iu Portland. ., :
O. L. Stranahan is putting up shut
ters to the wiudows and doors of
Blowers' store, to make it a little
harder for burglars to get in.
We are pleased to note that among
t lie 85 exhibitors of fruit at the fair
there are 67 subscribers to the Glacier.
Any of our subscribers having a fresh
cow for sale should see G. J. Gessling.
Band Comedy Company.
The Band Comedy Co. will give an
entertainment at the armory tonight,
with the following programme:
Opening, "We've Come," followed
by the comic plays, "Book Agent,"
"The Tailor," "Twin's Quarrel,"
"Selling the Elephant," etc., and
closing with ' some neat contortion
tumbling and rope-walking feats, by
Roy Shoemaker, Lew Jsenberg and
r.i. T i rni
vvuuer jseuoerg. lue pioKiuunue
will be interspersed with band music.
The proceeds will be used to purchase
much-needed instruments for our band,
aud we solicit your patronage as much
.1... ..1.1 . .1 1. . L. ..
tor tut) ouieci us lor hid uieru ui mo
F. H. Isenberg, Manager.
For the Best Packed Box of Apples.
Mr. Willis Brown, mauager of the
Oregon Fruit Uulon, made the fol
lowing libera offer for the best packed
box of apples at our fair. .The contest
has been postponed till the apples have
been gathered and the work of pack
ing is commenced, when the date and
manner of deciding the matter will be
announced: In his letter to the secre
tary of the fair, Mr. Brown says: '
I beg to state that the Oregon Fruit
Union will give .a premium of $10 to
the grower who cau exhibit the best
packed box of apples of any variety.
The grower must make statement to
the effect that the apples were grown
and packed by himself. In deciding
on the best exhibit, the apples and
their condition, color aud size will nec
essarily be considered.
The experience of the Union in ship
ping such great quantities of fruit to
Eastern murkets this year, and also in
noting even in our home markets the
lack of the knowledge of - packing
among so many of the growers and
shippers, influence us to consider the
packing of our fruit of more import
ance than even the superior quality of
Oregon fruit itself.- Hood River can
Lie noted for her excellent pack as well
as excellent fruit, aud we wish to eii
courage the shippers in this respect. '
The decision cau be made iu any
manner that your judgment may deem
best, i It might create more interest if
you would number the boxes and let
each visitor and attendant vote, the
box getting the largest vote getting the
premium of $10. ,, .,., . ..'i.
! ' . ,' Frankton Kotes. : :', i
Written by the pupils of Frankton school.
Frankton school district now pos
sesses a handsome organ, purchased
from Winter & Harper of Seattle,
through their, agent Mr. S. J. La
F'rance. , . , , . v. ,
There was an increased attendance
in the upper room last week, and there
are now nineteen pupils enrolled, a to
tal of over fifty for the two rooms.-
Mr. : Fuller of Chenowith, ' who re
cently moved his family into the house
of D. D. Rogers, moved to town last
Friday. '. . .''
There is talk. of securing a school
bell for our building, which would be
quite an improvement. ' . ..
Mr. jT F.' Richardson and family
now occupy the former residence of Mr.
J. F. Armor of Belmont. '
Prof. F. H. Isenberg swayed the rod
in the primary department one day
last week, during the absence of his
sister. , , . ,
Mrs. Shepard of Belmont ' visited
Mr. and Mrs. Warren aud family for a
couple of days last week, and Saturday
she left for Portland, where she will re
main. Her daughter Emma is now
saleslady in -the Singer Sewing Ma
chine Co. 's store in Portland. '
Tuesday, F. H. Isenberg, while work
ing at the planer, lost bis balance from
the top of a pile of lumber on a fiat
car and fell upon the railroad track,
sustaining severe injuries upon his
arms and legs; the bruised leg being
the same one that he broke a couple of
years ago.. '. : ; K; t- :t ;r: H .
Mr. Cush Luckey has half an acre of
the finest carrots we ever saw. We
daren't give the weight of some of his
large ones for fear it might be said we
prevaricated. . ; 5 i , 4 s ; i ' tt
Mr. Frohn has erected a turning pole
at the west end of J. O. Eastman's
barn, and tho Phelps creek boys are
becoming amateur athletes..
Mr. Wra, Boormau and wife, ac
companied by their son, Alfred Boor-
man, ana nls wite, lett lor .Fortlanct
Tuesday. ' ; ;
William Eastman left for .Marys
vllle, Snohomish county, Wash., Tues
day, to visit relatives.
Le ssons in Piano Music
Mrs. Hillinjs, teacher of Piano Music, can
be seen at Mrs. Dr. Adams. Will give lessons
ut the residence of pupils. . oil
Visitors to the: Fair.
There was a good ;at.tendjince of peo-
.,.. rrun t.,iim f ,hnm
"c ilJ" -
came down Saturday morning on the
Regulator. Among' those from The
Dalles were: Mr. and Mrs. VV.H.Biggs,
Judge Bradshaw, Mrs. J. H. Cradle
baugb, : Rudy Cradiebaugh, Judge
Blakeley, Em 11 Schanno, Judge Liebe,
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crandall, Mrs. H.J.
Maier, Miss Schanno, Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Myers, A. J. Anderson, J. A.
Douthit, A. S. MacAllister, Mr. and
Mrs. B. S. Huntington, Mrs. D. D.
Clarke, Mrs. Vanbibber. Mrs. H.
Wilson, Mrs. ; C. McFarland, George
"!. W'- an,d Frtl Houghton,
I Mrs. W. Lord, Mr. and Mrs. J. V.
: Among those who arrived on the 11
o'clock train" Saturday from Portland
we noticed J. H. Middleton, George H.
Himes, Mrs. Jennie Cbamplin, A. E.
Sessions, G.C. McLeod and Mark Levy.
J. L. Atkinson came up Friday.
Mr. Sessions remained over one day
and returned home Sunday evening.
This was his first visit to Hood River,
and it is needless to say he was exceed
ingly well pleased with what he saw.
Sunday morning he went a few miles
up the valley and had the opportunity
of seeing where some of our fruit is
growing. - -
Mr. Himes remained over till Mon
day evening. Besides his multifarious
duties as job printer, publisher of the
Oregon Churchman, secretary of the
Oregou Pioneers, Indian War Veterans,
' Humane. Society and other organiza
tious, Mr. Himes finds time to act as
regular correspondent of the Pacific of
San Francisco and occasionally con
tributes to the Oregon iau aud several
Eastern papers. He takes a deep in
terest in fruit and has visited all the
fruit-growing sections of the Ndrth-
I west. He thinks no part of Oregon
has brighter prospects than Hood
We had visitors from Cascade Locks,
; Viento, White Salmon, Mosier, and as
far east as Moro, in Sherman county.
, Council Proceedings.
, The meeting of the common coun
cil Tuesday evening was poorly attend
ed, there being but a working major
ity present.' '
The bill of S. F. Blyche for $2.30 for
printing, was allowed and ordered
The committee on streets , and pub
lic property reported that the old street
lamps belonging to. The Dalles could
be purchased for $2 each. The com
mittee was authorized to purchase
from six to ten, if in good condition, to
put same into position, and care for
them until the next meeting of the
The report of treasurer showed a
cash balance of $27.30 on hand.
Proposals were received from Daven
port Bros. Lumber Co. and from T, R.
Coon, to furnish a water supply for the
town., .v . 1 1
Davenport Bros, offer to supply fifty
inches at the Stranahan place on top
of the hill, for $800 a year.
Mr. Coon offers to sell the town a
spring on his place, with a tract of
land, for $600. The spring has a flow
of more than sixty gallons a minute.
The propositions were referred to the
committee on fire and water, and were
advised to, consider these with such
other propositions as may be presented.
Adjourned. , . -
- 1 The Dalles Fair.
The Dalles, October ' 9. EMitor
Glacier: We are here and hdve just
finished putting out our display of ap
ples aud pears. Have entered 69 plates
for $45 worth of premiums, aud stand
a good show of ; winning , at least
enough to pay expenses. The exhibit
looks very well aud spectators are well
pleased with it. ,
The display here is of better quality
than usual in both fruit and vegeta
bles, and although not large, shows
greater care i 11 selection than I have
ever seen before. .
Hilt has certainly been a move in the
right direction to have the fruit and
Vegetable aud other, pavilion exhibits
here in town rather than up at the
fairgrounds. Still, the attendance is
not, nearly what it should be, with so
good an exhibit and such excellent or
chestra music. .
I drove out with Mr. Schanno to
Three Mile to see Dr. Sanders' large
drier, and then stopped and saw the
Koontz & Maier's drier. They have a
tine dried fruit exhibit at the fair.
Although very busy, I will endeavor,
to have all orders for premiums ready
by Saturday. H. C. Bateham.
: CHURCH NOTICES.
There will be Sunday school at the
M. ' E. tabernacle at 10 o'clock, the
usual hour. A welcome to all. StJPT.
M. E. services in Hood River every
Sabbath evening, and In the mornings
of the first and third Sabbaths of each
month; at Mosier on the mornings of
the second and fourth.
J. M. Denison, Pastor.
U. B. church, Suuday, Oct. 13th.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preaching
at 11 a. m. by Rev. J. F. Bartmess of
the Michigan conference;' Junior En
deavor at 4 p.m.; Senior Endeavor at
0.30 p. m.; song service with preaching
by Rev. Bartmess at 7.30 p. m. All
are welcome. . ' '
F. C. Krause, Pastor.
Congregational Church. Commu
nion services will be deferred one week.
Services on Sunday, morning and even
ing. Subject at ' morning service,
"Christians, the Light of the World."
Mid-week prayer meeting has been
changed to Thursday evening. A
young people's class, to aid in the ser
vices ' of music, has been formed and
will receive instruction in connection
with the mid-week meeting. ' .1
Rev. F. L. Johns will preach Sun
day at Piue Grove at Jl o'clock, at
Crapper school house at 3 and at Bel
mont at 7.30. - -
'Frank Ellis of Portland, brother of
R. J. Ellis, reports that he and party
made a rich gold discovery while at
Mount Attains. uuey succeeded in
picking up in small pieces, ranging
from the size of a small pin head to a
pea, the sum of $75, which they brought
home with them. The gold was
picked from among the rocks without
doing any washing. The party took
up several ciaims and will return in
The Codlin Moth.
Some of the finest apples that have
come under the notice of the Salem
Journal this season were from the or
chard of John Ferguson of West Salem
They were large, sound and entirely
tree from worms, presenting a hand
some appearance. When askd with
what he had sprayed to prevent the
codlin moth from getting in its deadly
work, the jolly sou ot toil turned up
his nose and said, "Nothing." The be
lief is quite common that this active
pest cannot be kept from the apple
trees except by vigilant spraying with
poisonous emulsions. But Mr. Fergu
son's experience proves otherwise. He
nad nis orcnard sowed to ciover and
turns a drove'of hogs into it to fatten
upon that rich growth. Every wind
fall is eaten as soon as it reaches the
groirid, and there is no rotting, fester
ing fruit about the place to breed pests.
Hogs will also keep a place
clean of caterpillars and a variety of
pests winch are injurious to truit trees.
On the whole, they are a good thing to
have about an orchard. They not only
fatten on what would go to waste, but
consume the deadly enemy of fruit and
tree. ., . '
In Hood River, October 10, 1895, John- R.
Rand, aged 71 years.
Funeral from the residence tomorrow, at
10 o'clock. Deceased was born In Virginia,
January 29, 1824; lived 80 years In Wisconsin
and 12 years In Wyoming, coming to Oregon
in 1894. ..
At Viento, Octobfir R. 1895i of croup, Andrew,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tillotson, aged '21
M. H. NICKELSEN
Keeps on hand a good supply of
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Crockery and Glassware.
And at Christmas time keeps a full supply of
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Sept.
14, 1895. Notice is hereby given that the
following-named settler has tiled 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 November t), 1895, viz:
Hd. E. No. 3458, for the east northwest i
and east southwest M section 12, township 2
north, range 9 east, W. M.
He names the loll iwing witnesses to prove
his continuous Vesldence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
Antone Wise, Isaac Nealelgh. Charles Chan
dler and E. D. Calkins, all of Hood'River, Or.
s20o2o JAS. F. MOORE. Register.
For Sale or Trade for
Land in Hood River.
ISO acres of good improved bunch grass land.
Part in wheat crop. Near railroad station, in
Morrow county, Oregon. Will trade for land
In Hood River valley. Address Box No. 81,
Arlington, Oregon. sel8
Brick for Sale.
50,000 Brick, at $10 per thousand delivered,
or $8 at the kiln. T. C. Dallas is our agent in
Hood River. COX & MONROE.
The modern stand
ard Family Medi
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
lomitalii Stage ani Livery Co.
Comfortable stages to Cloud Cap Inn, the
famous scenic-resort of the Northwest.
Fishlnj, Tourifet and camping parties fur
nished with conveyances to all points of in
terest in Hood River valley and the Trout
Lake district. I -
Carriage and driving teams on hand at all
times. .. . ; , .
Heavy Draying and transferring in con
nection. RACKET STORE,
; Hood River, Or.
When you want bargains In Boys' Clothing
of all kinds. Men's Furnishing Goods, Toilet
Articles, Notions, etc., don't forget that you
can get them at t he Racket Store. New goods
Flour, Hay, Seed Wheat
And other feed kept constantly on hand.
F. E. JACKSON.
Pigs for Sale.
A nice lot of young pigs, six weeks old, for
11 00a tuver, ur.
THIS PAPER & PnaTe's1'
vertlsing Agency, 04 and P5 Merchant's Ex
change, San Francisco, where contracts for
advertising can be made for it.
I will pay $2.50 reward for the return of my
coat and pocket-book, lost on the road be
tween John Monroe's place and town, about
August 1st. . WM. TILLETT.
Wanted to Exchange.
Will exchange fruit trees for wood. Apply
to MRS; LOUISA CURRIE,
(11123 Rutlege, Oregon.
A. S. BLOWERS & CO.,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
FLOUR AND FEED.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
BRAD LEYs METCALF CO?
fHE BIGGEST BOOT IN THE WORLD
TKAUt MARK COPYHGHTIP
ONE GIVES RELIEF.
Land for Sale. .
Forty acres of land: 6 acres fenced: on the
county road, 5 miles from town of Hood
iiver. xrice, vow. Aaaress
myl8 J. H. FRARY, Tucker, Or.
T. C. DALLAS,
STOVES AND TLNWARB,
- Kitchen Furniture,
Pruning Tools, Etc.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty.
Fruit Rail fir Sals taj,
Situated i1, miles west of the town of Hood
River, on the Columbia. Free from late frosts.
Full crop of all kinds of fruit now on ranch.
Fine irrigating facilities and water for that
purpose belonelne to place. Call at Glacier
office or at ranch. F. R. ABSTEN.
J. H, ORADLEBATJGH,
(Special attention given to Land Office prao-
Rooms 44-45 Chapman Block,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
MOUNT HOOD, - - OREGON.
DR. E. T. CARNS Is now located in Hood
River. Firstrclass work at reasonable rates.
All work guaranteed. Office in the Langille
House. ' Jyl9
C. J. HATES, SURVEYOR.
All work given him will be done cor
rectly and. promptly. He hits a few
good claims upon which he can locate
parties; ootn farming and timber lanilB.
February, I8U4. v ,
Large Team, harness and waeon. Price. 8150.
aula . J. H. FRARY, Tucker, Or.
UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH,
HnnH Rivr. Oreffnn. I
MISS DEFOREST, - - Nov. 1
GLEE CLUB, - Dec. 27
Single Tickets. 35 cts.; for the
Forty acres unimproved land, on the east
side of Hood river, 5 miles from town. Price
$10 per acre. Inquire at Glacier office.'
G. T. Prather,
H. C. Coe.
PRATHER & COE,
Real Estate and Insurance,
93 Oak St., bet 2d and 3d.
We have lots, blocks and acreage In the
town of Hood River: also, fruit, hay and Derry
farms and timber claims in the most desira
ble locations in the valley. If you 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 jus
We are also agents for SOUTH WAUCOMA
PRATHER & COE.
. ' ap27 '
NOTICE FOR PLBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., Sept. 24,
1895. Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final commutation proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before C. G. Green, Clerk of the Supe
rior Court of Skamania county, Washington,
at Stevenson, Washington, on November 19,
H. E. No. filCO, for the east northeast Yt
southwest Vt northeast , and northwest
southeast Vt section 13, township 8 north,
range 9 east, W. M. - .
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz:
John p. Gillette, Nels H. Nelson, Morono
Morhy and Hamuel H. Eccles, all of Drano,
Wash. GEO. H. KTEVENSOU, Register.
; THE , r
I X Ul UU1W K
Through Freight and
tiles aid Battel;
AU Freight Will Come Through
One way,, ... 80
Ro,und trip...... ., 2 59
Freight Rates Greatly
'Vt. C. ALL AWAY,
. Owaeral Agent.
THE DALLES, OREGON
E. McNEILL, Receiver.
To tlb-e East,
Glvs the choice of
TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL ' '.
. AKD . . , AND -
ST. PAUL. Kansas City.
Low Rates to All East
. Leave Portland every Ave day for
For full details call on O. R. S. Agent,
Hood Riv-r. oriuWresa
. , W, H. HURLI3U3T.. ',
. '. ' ; Gen'l Pass. Agent,.
' Portland, Or.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. L. Smith Oldetgt Established
House in the valley .J
Dry Goods, Clothing;
... v AND . . ;
. General Merchandise,
Flour and Feed. Etc..
HOOD RIVER, -
WM. TILLETT, Proprietor.
Grower and dealer in choice Nursery litodc
He has the only ttocii ui the
The best of red apples, nd as long a keeper "
the Yellow Newtown. r
I have about 28,009 apple trees of the lwt vn. '
rieties growing in my nursery. All stanrtnr.i
varieties are grafted fioiu the best mock in
Hood River. Jolfi.
Fruit or Grain Land.
Forty or Eighty Acres of uniropiv trixid
fruit or grain land for sale cheap. OilUm
y5 ' Mt. Hood Btage lioud.
Horses for Sale.
Two Horses, 8 years old, perfectly itcntleand
sound. Will sell cheap for cash, or t wide for
lumber. Apply to - H. L. CRAPPf.R,
aula ..... Hood Rivw.Or.
House and corner lot In Hood River for wile
cheap. Inquire at the Bakery. sen-.
Five acres of good land 1 miles west (
town. Inquire of G. T. PRATHER.
200 acres of unimproved land for tato.on tho
East Side, 6 miles from town, S7 to flO an ncie.
Other land, about half cleared, 820 n acre.
Well improved land, 10 an acre. Plenty of
water for Irrlaation. Will sell in 20 or -tO-ncre
tracts. Inquire at Glacier office. je22 I