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3food Iiver Slacier
jFRlDAY, NOVEMBERS, 1S98.
The mall arrive from Mt. Hood at 10
look A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts Fie same uays a, noon.
For Chenowet.il, leaves at 8 A.. M. Tuesdays
ana aturaavs; arrives at v f. M.
For.W'hite Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M
arrives at 6 o'clock P. M.
rji uru i . .. . . i 1 r.. m. Ail
mer. Trout Lake and Glen wood Mondays,
Wednesdays ana riaavs.
Laurel Rebekah Decree Lodge. No. 87. 1. 0,
O. V. Meets first and third Mondays in each
Dionth. MRS. KLOKA H A lULhj X , JN. U,
O. O. ChajibehlaIn, Secretary.
Canbv Post. No. 16. G. A. R.. meets at A. O,
IT. W. Hall, first Saturday of each month
at 2 o'plock p. m. All G. A. B. members in
vited to meet with ns.
FRANK NOBLE, Commander,
T. J. Cunning, Adjutant.
Canby W. R. C, No. 16, meets first Saturday
or eacn montn in a. u. u. w. nan, ai. -i p. ni,
Mrs. auines uuwpuinu, rresiaem,
Mrs. Ursula Dukes, Secretary. :
Hood River Lodes. No. 105. A. F. and A. M
Meets Saturday evening on or before each
full miton. F. C. BROSIUS, W. M.
i W. M. Yates, Secretary.
Hood River Chapter, No. 27, R. A. M.
Meets third Friday night of each month.
F. C. BROSIUS, H. P.
G. E. Williams, Secretary.
Hood River Chapter, No. 25, 0. E. 8. Meets
Saturday after each full moon.
Mrs. EMMA BR08IITS, W. M.
Mrs. Rachel Hershnek, Secretary.
Oleta Assembly, No. 103, United Artisans,
meets second and fourth Monday nights ol
each month at Fraternity hall. Brothers and
sisters cordially Invited to meet with us.
A. P. BATEIIAM, M. A.
. 8. S. Okay, Secretary.
Waucoma Lodge, No. 80, K.ofP., meets In
A. O. U. W. Hall on every Tuesday night.
ROBERT H. HUSBANDS, C. C,
. G. T. Prather, K. of R. A S.
Riverside Lodge, No. 68, A O. U. W., meets
first and third Saturdays of each month.
G. T. PRATHER, M. W,
. J. K. Watt, Financier.
H. L. Howe, Reeoider.
Idlewulde Lodge. No. 107, I J). O. F., meets
In Fraternal hall every Thurscmy night.
i f c II. J. HIBBARD, N. G.
O. G. Chamberlain, Secretary.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Can by po9t meets tomorrow.
Buy your school shoes from Bone &
Dr. Crapper Is sutterlng from a ee-
vere'ease of grip.
Mr.'.Wru. Huatiands was down from
Morier on Tuesday.
Billy Hay of Mosier is visiting old
friends in the valley.
Mr.. James Roberts Is In very feeble
Health, caused by neurt disease.
Mrs! C.' G. Hanson returned on Sat
urday morning from The Dalles.
Dr ..Benjamin, dentist, will be in
Hood River Saturday, Nov. 6th.
The youngest son of V. G. Roberts is
sick wim tnnaiiiruatory rneuiuatism
VVin.Yates, P. M., Is authorized agent
for alr?uewspapers and periodicals
Hon. A. R. Byrkett and wife will
start loruoirow for their borne in Troy,
Mr,. and Mi Henry Gray of Puget
sound are visiting relatives In Hoocl
Mr. D. Bradley, organizer for the
Woodmen of America, is organizing a
camp at V lento.
Mrsv G." D. Woodworth and dauehter
Ethels returned from U. B. conference
at Philomath last Monday.
Cider barrels and kegs for sale by the
UHVhlson Fruit Co. We also want a
few hundred bushels of cider apples,
Mr,-and Mm. Frank Clurk, who have
been Visiting in Houd River, went to
their borne at Stevenson on Tuesday.
MreL Grace Elliott of White Salmon,
who has been visiting Hon J. W.Mor
ton aid family, returned home on
Tucker is again taking orders for
men's and buys suits and vercoats.
He represents the reliable American
E. H. "Pickard, painter and decorator;
estimates gratis; prices moderate; satis
faction guaranteed. Leave orders at
Mr. . W. Forbes and family arrived
home jrom "Moro on Monday. Mr.
Forbes-reports the Hood River boys in
Sherman cognty all doing we'll.
Sam:' Bart mess took a snin on his
wheel to -Arkansuw last Friday. He
stopped at Wm. MeQuistian's, where
he met Wm. Dewey, aged 8 weeks. -
Gradidma Rogers has teen quite
poorly ,pt late. Old ago Is telling fast
ou her, but her mind is still bright and
her meinory is good. She will be 82
years dd on the 22d of this month.
At a jbusinees meeting of the U. B.
Christian Endeavor, Monday evening,
Grace Howell was elected president;
Melville Foley, vice president; Meigs
Bartmess, secretary; Ernest Rand,
Some1 of the boys In celebrating Hal
loween "carried their "fun" a little too
far when they destroyed Mr. Bonney's
signs in .several places . through the
country This is a very serious offense,
and under the new law passed at the
late speciul session of the legislature
Mr. Boijmey could have the boys sent
to the penitentiary if he chose to prose
Supervisor Dukes has been repairing
the state road at Paradise farm, where
the Irrigating water was allowed to run
out over the road last summer and
washed great gullies. The state road
inside the corporation was neglected
last spring and all the work was put
in on the school house hill, which
needed it bad enough. Now that the
road on the school house hill has been
made It Is hoped by the farmers who
team along the stat6' road that that
part of the road lying Inside the cor
poration, will receive the attention it
deserves The road from Frankton to
Paradise; farm, which should be one of
the best is about the worst piece of road
on the West Side A larne part of our
strawberry - crop, is hauled over this
rocky r(lftd.:: It would pay the straw
berry growers who have to use this
road to put in some volunteer work on
it, and this they would no doubt be
perfectly willing to do if some plan was
adopted mat wouia insure permanent
benefit. The road should be straight
ened where' practicable, the high places
graded off -and the hollows filled In
after, good -culverts have lieen made,
and theM-dltPhfed.aiid graveled. Make
a good Job as "far as the funds on hand
will alloyt'-, and-let the balance of the
road go till ltdau ',be properly inado
Our citizens were reminded on Tues
day morning that; Halloween had come
again and that the boys had bad their
fun by misplacing gates and putting
themselves to a good deal of trouble in
turning things upside down. Colonel
Hartleys front gate hung at half mast
on the Glacier flag pole. One of
Capt. Blowers iron gates was missing
and was found lute in the day near the
school bouse. At Belmont, we learn
that M. B. Potter's gentle old family
cow was found harnessed to the dog
cart und hitched to the parsonage gate.
In the early morning some boys fright
ened the cow and she broke I nose and
ran down the road and smashed the
cart all to pieces before she could be
rounded up. .
The Travers book and curio club is a
flourishing institution. At its last
meeting a spelling match was on the
programme. Misses Fay La France
and Gladys Hartley chose sides, and
Miss Hartley's side won the bon lions bv
four points. It was observable that
the pupils of the public schools were
much better spellers than the outsiders.
Some of the eighth and ninth grades
are hard to turn down. Prof. A Hard
has in view the holding of a general
spelling bee during the coming winter,
wtiicn will tie open to competition bv
all young folks, and the prize a Web
ster's international dictionary.
Kev.'J.. L. Hershner returned from
Pendleton last Thursday. Lust Sun
day the First Congregational church of
rendieton extended Mr. Hersnner a
unanimous call to fill its pastorate for
an Indefinite period. Ou the same day
the Congregational church here, of
which he has been pastor for over four
years, voted unanimously to make
good the reduction made by the mis
sionary society. This cordial action
will lead Mr. Hersbner to decline the
call to Pendleton. -
Rev. J. T. Merrill returned from con
ference on Monday. His congregation
is much elated to have him retained
here for another year. He passed a
very satisfactory examination, failing
to answer only two questions out of 80.
tiisnop miiis said it was tne pest record
ever made iu the history of the 'confer
ence. Mr. Merrill was also highly
honored by being appointed the com
mittee on examination in the third
year's course of reading.
Hon. Emile Schanno, fruit commissi
oner for ibis horticultural district, was
in Mood Kiver last week, gathering
data for his report to the legislature.
He says Hood River is the only part of
his district where the cod I in moth Is
lot general. In the Baldwin settle
ment, at Mt. Hood, be found verv little
sign of this pestiferous insect. Mr. D.
a. cooper has a tine crop of apples, as
usual, witti no sign oi counn mom
A Christian Endeavor poverty social
for the U. B. church was held at the
residence of S. E. Bartmess Monday
evening. The best sustained characters
were those or Percy Logsdou aud Grace
Howell, inir prizes. Miss Howell re
ceived a in a tela igniter and Liogsdon a
cabbage head. About 50 guests passed
a very enjoyaoie evening.
Mrs. Wilson of Skamania county.
Wash., while working in her garden.
one day last week, suddenly became
dizzy and then blind. She was carried
into the house and died iu a few min
utes. Deceased leaves a husband and
four children. She was the daughter
of Mrs. Clark, who was burned iu her
House at Carson a few weeks ago.
Mr. J. H. Gerdes is improving slowlv
from his late accident. He would be
tile to walk about but for a hurt ou his
rtgut leg, oeiow tne Knee, wuere a
bruise seems to affect the nerve. The
doctor says that rest will bring him
around all right. He has been faith
fully nursed by Ed Birth and Mr,
H. T. and Francis Pugh, from Sher
man county, - grandsons of Mr. H.
Pugh, came to Hood River on Sunduv
ud letton Monday for Portland, where
frauds win enter tne M. JS. university
nd Thomas will attend the business
Dr. R. W. Beniamin is now the onlv
dentist making regular trips to Hood
Kiver. his worn is satisfactory and
his charges reasonable. Dr. Benjamin
will be iu Hood Kiver Nov. 5th, with
his office at the Mt. Hood hotel.
Mr. C. L. Morse has bought back the
place he sold last spring to Mr. Camp
bell Mr. Campbell's health has not
been improved by the change of cli
mate, and himself and family will re
turn to Pennsylvania.
J. W. Morton is building a milk cel
lar on his farm at the planer. Mr.
Morton expects to eo into the duirv
business, as lie thinks it more profitable
than growing strawberries for the
Mr. Fred Hertz is laid off duty with
an injury to his aim that threatened
blood poisoning. He fell otl Wood-
orih'ssaw mill and struck a nrotect-
Ingspike that penetrated his arm to
the bone ,
Mrs. M. A. Cook arrived on The
Dalles City Monday night, after a pro
longed visit with relatives and friends
In Salem and Portland. She will leave
for Spokaue soon to meet Mr. Cook.
Jack Frost has tinted the foliage of
the orchard and forest -trees in most
beautiful colors. Oldtimers say thev
never have seen the woods of Hood
River decked in such rich colors.
The Columbia nursery has gotten out
neat catulogue, printed by tbe Pacific
Farmer office. It gives a price list of
he great variety of trees for sale by H.
C Bait barn.
Uncle Oliver Bartmess deserves the
thanks of everybody in the vicinity of
be ULACIER oince tor raking up the
leaves in Oak street and carting them
Mrs. U. Li. til I belt, daughter Maude
and sou Clarence, arrived home at The
Dalles last Friday from au extended
visit in tbe East.
Chas. Hayner and family arrived
from Sherman county yesterday. Mr.
Hayner lias rented the Coe cottage on
Organ Good as new," for $25. Dex-
tor spring buggy, good condition $30.
UEO. I. r RATHER.
Elmer McCray went to Portland last
Saturday to take a position in the big
department store of Olds & King.
A good soaking rain, tne first for
several weeks, visited Hood River val
ley Wednesday night.
F. H. Blagg, who is farming Para
adise farm, has 20 acres in wheat that
is beautiful to see.
Mr. E. E. Savage spent a few days i Brown, Harry
in Portland during the week. Burney, Dick
Lost A nitchlngstran. Finder will r leener, J H
pleuse leave at this office. Hcndrix, T S
riercuies. r Hunter. v vt
a show to prove to you that we sell the kind of Shoes
you ought to buy.
If you do not buy our Shoes you do not get all you
can for your money.
We sell School Shoes, the wear-resisting, iron-clad
kind that mothers like.
We sell all kinds of shoes for all kinds of feet.
We get tbe very BEST material in our best Shoes. Ia ,
the best good enough?
W5 sell honest Shoes, just as good as can be made.
Our Shoes are just what they ought to be full of
good work, good stuff, and guarantee satisfaction. If
you don't get your money's worth it's your fault, for
we are here to back up every deal, and complaints
never go unnoticed.
- Headquarters for Rubbers. AU new stock and the
very best. 4-
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
On Wednesday, Octoter 26th, an old
fashioned apple paring party was given
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Watson, it being the second gathering
of the kind held in Hood River for
over twenty years. After paring' ap
ples and pears for two hours, the young
people played games on the lawn under
those beautiful maple trees and the old
folks had a quiet social chat in the
parlor, after which Mrs. Watson sur
prised us all by serving a most excellent
lunch consisting of pumpkin pie, sand
wiches and most delicious coffee. There
were about fifty present. Unknown.
The churches of Hood River have a
very considerate arrangement by which
they take their turn in giving an an
nual bazaar. This year the Congrega
tional ladies' aid society will give the
bazaar about the middle of next month,
just in time for Christmas.
The steamer Hattie Belle has been
raised and is again in commission of
the D. P. & A. N. Co. j
Mrs. Mervln Rand died in The Dalles
Friday night, of Consumption. Deceas
ed was but 25 years old, and has been
a great sufferer for months, keeping up
as best she could on account of her two
small children, Mr. Rand himself be
ing unable to care for them. One will
now be sent to the orphans' home,
while the other will be taken in charge
by kind friends. Chronicle.
Miss Edna Moody, only daughter of
ex-Gov. Moody, was married at foalein,
Oct. 26th, to E. P. McCornack.
Our community was startled last
Saturday by a most distressing run
away accident, which resulted in the
death of Mrs. J. J. Gibbons. She was
driving to town In a road cart, accom
panied by her little son, about 10 years
old. While coming down the school
house bill, the boy, who was driving,
espied a horseshoe in the road. He
stopped the horse and jumped out of
the cart to pick up the horseshoe, tak
ing the lines with him as he jumped
from the cart. Thoughtlessly, he let
go of the lines, which fell under tbe
wheels of the cart, and as the horse
moved a few steps- forward the lines
jerked him back und be commenced to
rare up and kicK- and started to run.
Mrs. Gibbons was thrown out of the
cart and struck violently on the side
of her face and head; The injured wo
man was carried into tne residence or
Dr. Shaw, who was absent, and Dr.
Watt was sent for, who immediately
answered the call and found on his ar
rival that the woman was dead. - The-
doctor said she was killed Instantly.
Deceased was a most estimable woman
andiunlversttl sorrow is expressed over
the sad occurrence. She leaves a hus
band and five children, the youngest a
daughter six years old. One son is a
volunteer soldier in the (second Oregon
at Manila. Another son died less than
two months ago.
No-To-Hao for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco babit cure, makes weak
men strong, blood pure. 60o, 41. All druggists.
We have just received our fall stock
of millinery, consisting of trimmed
and-walking hats, turbins, French bon
nets, baby bonnets aud trimmings of
all kinds. Miss Alice uraham win
have charge of this department and
will be pleased to see her friends and
old customers. . R. Rand & Son.
A series of revival services will be
held in the Valley Christian church,
beginning Sunday, Nov. 6th. A ser
vice of song will be held each evening,
and some of the subjects discussed will
be illustrated by the use of charts, (ser
vices each evening, at 7:BU sharp. A
cordial invitation is given to all to at
tend these meetings.
J. W. Jenkins, Pastor.
In Hood River valley, November 2,
1898, Willie, infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Birth, aged 3 months and
Ed neat e Tour Itowels Willi Cuscarets.
Cnndy Cathnrtle. cure constipation forever.
10c, 26c. It C. C. 0. (nil, driiKtclsts refund money.
Services at the Congregational church
next Sunday as usual.
Next week will be observed by the
U. B. people as a week of prayer, We
invite Christians of other churches, as
well as others who may desire to unite
with us in these meetings. This ob
servation is general with tbe United
Brethren church throughout this coun
try and foreign lands for equipment
for more efficient work during the
' List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in Hood River
postoffice Nov. 1, 1898.
Klinke, Albert L
Kuhns, R A
Sheen, Mrs E
W. M. Yates, P. M.
. . . Barrett School.
An educational meeting, dedicating
the new bullding,wlll be held at Barrett
school house November 6, 1898. An
Invitation is extended to all school
officers, teachers and friends of educa
tion to be present. The following pro
gramme win ue rendered:
Reading Grace Graham
Writing , -Katie Davenport
Arithmetic J. T. Neft
Recitation Mrs. B. B. Allard
Klug Raising and Dedication
Invocation Rev. J. W. Jenkins
Our School P. G. Barrett
Presentation of Flag R. R. Imbler
Acceptance J. J. Gibbons
Raising of Flag and Flag Salute School
Mrs. Sarah Ann McSherry Gibbons
was born near Ellioott's Mills, Mary
land, in October, 1851, and died at
Hood River, Oregon, October 29, 1898,
aged 47 years and 20 days. When a
child she moved with her parents to
Alexandria, va., where she lived until
a young lady, when the family made
St. Louis, Mo., their home. Here she
was united in marriage to her bereft
husband, John J. Gibbons, In 1870. In
1878 they came to the Pacific coast,
where tbey have since lived. Mrs.
Gibbons was a devoted wife and moth
er and a kind neighbor, possessing un
selfish and noble qualities of character
tnat greatly endeared tier to a large cir
cle of acquaintances. A husband and
five children, one of whom is in Ma
nila, will greatly miss the fond place
in tne borne that was so suddenly made
vacant.' Funeral services were held' in
tbe Valley Christian church on Mon
day, Rev. J. L. Hersbner conducting
them, after which the body was laid to
rest in ldlewilde cemetery.
Are You InterestedP
TbeO. R. 4 N. Co's new book on the Re
sources of Oregon, Washington and Idaho Is
being distributed. Our readers are requested
to forward tbe addresses of tbelr Eastern
friends and acquaintances, and a copy of the
work will be sent them free. This Is a matter
ALL should be Interested in, and we would
ask that every one take an Interest and for
ward such addresses to W. H. liurlburt. Gen
eral Passenger Agent, O. R. & N. Co.,Portland.
WITH THE FINEST LINE OF
BOOTS, SHOES, HOSE AMD DNDEBWEA8
In town, and as our goods were bought right we. r
can give you good prices. Call aud look over our stock,, U '
aud be convinced. '...j3.t
- We pay highest price for butter and eggs.. 'V
bone & Mcdonald,
NOW IS THE TIME
To buy Corn Poppers, Stone Jars, and all
kinds of Lamp goods at prices thai will suit
S. J. LA FRANCE.
Large assortment of all
kinds of nursery stock..
Bend for Catalog.
H. 0. BATEHAM,
Hood Kiver, Or.
One good milk row and calf; 7 head of young
bogs. W ill pay cash for beef hides.
n4. O. U. HARTLEY.
J. iY WATT, M. D.,
Graduate of Bellevue Hospital Medical Col
in general practice at Hood Kiver,
for O. R. AN. Co. Is especially
equipped to treat catarrh of nose and throat
and diseases of women.
Hpecial terras for office treatment of. chronic
cases. - oU
Harbison Bros., Prop'rs,
Manufacturers of .
, Has nothing to do with the
But was put here to attract your
attention for a moment so that
we could inform you that the
place to buy your DRUGS Is
THE GLACIER PHARMACY,
CHAS. N. CLARKE, Proprietor,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. ' . -
Eight Years Ec per ienae.
I have opened a choice lot of Groceries In the slore room formerly occupied by the Hood
River Pharmacy. Will also deal In Flour; Feed, etc.
Our goods are all new and choice, and we will aim to keep the best at all times. Quick
sales ana small profits will be our motto. Come and see us.
C. L. COPPLE.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. L. Smith-Eldest Established House in the valley.
SDrr G-oods, Cltlil:ra.g
Flour, Feed, Etc., . Etc.
Fr'm HOOD KIVER
Salt Lake, Denver,
p i wonn.umana,
Kansas City, St
ana tpe uasi.
Walla Walla, 8po-
K an e, ju l n neapoi I s
St Paul, Duluth,
cago and East.
All sailing dates subi
Ject to change,
For San Francisco-
To Astoria and way
Oregou City. New-
Derg,aiem a way
ana way lanaings.
Portland to Corval-
11s fc way landings.
nir.ilo tn Twiflton
ana r ri.
4:30 ' .m.
Flour, Feed and all kinds of cereals ground.
Whole Wheat Graham
. . a specialty. '
HOOD RIVER, ....... OREGON.
Good Ranch for Sale.
Six miles below Hood Kiver, on the river
and railroad: well adapted for early fruit.
Strawberries and other small fruits on the
flace. Bearing orchard. Plenty of water for
rrtgatlon. Also, good timber for lumber or
wood. For terms apply to
ol4 CONRAD REPP, Hood River.
DALLAS & SP ANGLER
STOVES AND WARE,
Pruning Tools, Etc '
We have a new and complete stock of hard
ware, stoves and tinware, to which we will
keep constantly adding. Our prices will con
tinue to be as low as Portland prices.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty
. ii. ilUlltiBUttT,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or
R. Ct.awk. Aeent, Hood River,
This Great Cough Curb promptly cures
Where all others fail. Coughs, Croup, Sor.
Throat, Hoarseness, whooping Cough and
Asthma. For Consumption it has no rival;
has cured thousands, and will curb you if
taken In time. Bold by Druggists on a guar
antee. For a Lame Back or Chest, use
BHILOH'S BELLADONNA PLA3TBRJ25C
Have you Catarrh ? This remedy ia guaran.
. teed to cure you. Price, 60 ots. Injector free.
For sale bv CHAS. N. CLARKE.
Stock Ranch for Sale.
One of the best stock ranches in Klickitat
county. Wash., at a bargain. Facilities for
handling a thousand head of sheep or other
stock. E. D. CALKINS, Hood Kiver.
Through Freight and
All Freight Will Come Through
Leave The Dalles, . 8.4." A. K.
T.PBVA Pnrr.lurwl T OO a v
One way ..$1 50
Bound trip t 60
Freight Rates Greatly Redu c d
W. C. ALLAWAY,
Oeneral A Kent.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles. Oregon. Oct. 17.
M898. Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-named settler n&a mea notice or Ills inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Register and Receiver, at The Dalle..
Oregon, on Saturday, Dec. 8, lWft), vlis:
Of Hood River, Homestead Application ?.
4422, for tbe north northeast J ' section 33,
township 2 north, range U east, W.M.
Ha name, tha f.l M i .llnuu. (a nmp.
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz: i
Samuel McCartney, Charles A. Bell, Frank
Davenport and Mark M. Davenport, all at'
Hood Kiver, Oregon.
o7nll JAY P. LUCAS, Register.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON.
Attorney-at-Law, Abstracter, Aofarjf
Public and Ileal Estate Agent.
For 21 years a resident of Oregon and Wash,
ington. Has had many years experience in
Real Estate matters, as abstracter, searcher of
titles and agent. Satisfaction guaranteed or
Pasture for Stock.
I have good pasture for horses. Plenty of
water. 400 acres of grain stubble and liOO of
bunch grasa. Terr isonable.
sso-et J. F.
For the speedy and permanent cur of
tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham
berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment ia
vithout an equal. It relieves the itch
ing and smarting almost instantly and
its continued use effects a permanent
cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch,
scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
Dr. Oady's Condition Powders for
horses are the best tonic, blood purifier
and vermifuge. Price, 35 cents. 8oldby
' l'r wile bv Williams &. Htwiua.