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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1898)
fdo'd Iiver (Slacier
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28,-1898.
Th mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o1
elock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
Darta ie same davs at noon.
For Chenoweth, Leaves at 8 A.. M. Tuesdays
ana Saturdays; arrives ai o f . M. '
'For.White Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M
- arrives at S o'clock P. M.
'From White Salmon, loaves for Fulda. Gil
vtoer. Trout Lake and Olenwood Mondays,
.Wednesdays and vnaavs.
, ' '& ;;. '. SOCIETIES. t
d Laurel Rebekah. Decree Lodire. No. 87. 1. O.
O. K. Meets first and third Mondays In each
Uipnth. MKS.KLDKA HARTLEY, u,
.t O., G. Chamberlain, Secretary.
Canby Post. So. 16. G. X. R.. meets at A. O,
'U. W, Hall, first Saturday of each month
stt-2 o'clock p. m. All G. A. R. members in
vited to meet with us.
, FRANK NOBLE, Commander.
' T. J. Cunning, Adjutant.
j. -Canby W. R. ft, No. 16, meets first Saturday
ittf. eacn montn in a. u. u. w . nun, ni t p. m,
iw. . -?Mrs. AGiNiSS uuiNlNliNG, rresiaent,
iiiMrs. Ubsujua Dukes, Seoretary.
'"'''"Hood1 River Lodee. No. 105. A. F. and A. M
n-Meets Saturday evening on or before each
-"WV-M. Yates, Secretary.
. fHood River' -Chapter, No. 27, R. A. M.
vMeeu third Friday night of each month.
-- F. ft BltOSlUS, H. P.
G. E. Williams, Secretary.
Hood River Chapter, No. 25, O. E. S. Meets
Saturday after each full moon.
"' - Mrs. KMMA BROSIUS, W. M.
Mrs. Rachel Hershner, Secretary.
. Oleta Assembly. No. 103. United Artisans,
meets' second and fourth Monday nights of
each month at Fraternity nan. Kramers ana
sisters cordially invited to meet with us.
A. P. BATE HAM, M. A,
' Waueoina Lodge, No. 80, K. of P., meets in
A. O. u.i w. nan on every Tuesday nignt.
ROBERT H. liU.SBANDS, C. C,
G. Tt,Prather, K. ofR. & S.
Riverside Lodge, No: 08, A O. U. W., meeU
first and third Saturdays of each month.-
' i G. T. PRATHER, M. W
'.. J.. K. Watt, Financier.
' H. 1 Howe, Reeo' der.
.JdleW.i'de' Lodge.: No. 107, 1. O. O. F., meeU
a Fraternal hall every Thursday nigni.
H. J. HIBBARD, N. U
O. G. Chamberlain, Secretary.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
' Doug Payton bus rented the bowling
Hi ley .
Latest in crepe designs ut Williams
Steel wedges for sale at the black
ouiith shop. -
A full line of rubber boots and shoes
at the Racket store.
CD. Hen rich wtit up to Umatillu
last Saturday on a businesS trip.
' ...v Money to loan on real . estate by
. John L. Henderson, gt.
': - Extra fine woolen underwear, for
ladies and gents, at the Racket Stare.
Win. Yates, P. M., is authorized agent
for , all ' newspapers and periodicals
- & H. Pickard, painter and decorator;
estimates Kratis; prices moderate; satis
, faction guaranteed. Leave orders at
. Glacier, pharmacy.
." Grandma Blount and her daughter,
Mrsi Green, arrived at their old home
In -Missouri all right. The old lady
Stood the trip remarkably well.
' Chris Bartsch fame up from Port
'latid last Friday and will spend the
holidays 'in Hood River, after which
lie w ill again journey towards the land
of (he. midnight sun.
''Mr. Seaman Cox and W. H. Bishop
'.returned last week from Moot, where
they have been contracting and build-iitjff.-vThey
expect- to remain In Hood
-, Kiver during the winter.
The devil of the. GLACIER, noticing
how the froHl heaved up the ground
during the lute cold snap, thinks tlie
world must he a good deal bigger In
fieeziitg weather. But tliis doesn't
prove that he is an expansionist.
Hood River makes no pretentions to
, being a prune growing section, but, SO
tons of dried prunes have been shipped
from here so far this season. The Da
vidson Fruit Co. shipped their second
carload of dried Italian prunes last
Monday. ... , '
. Jos. . Wilson surveyed the boom
slte' ut the mouth of Hood river last
week and made a plat of the same. He
found 'that, according to the survey of
18U0, the vandtiar has 'moved several
hundred feet out into the Columbia
, and that . Hood river then emptied
through the right hand channel. . .
'-Mr.'"Cha8'. L. Copple teleiiraphed
fniyi Qiiincy, III., that lie had sold his
three carloads of apples and was about
to start for his Old home at Walnut
Hill. One car was rebilled and sent to
Washington City. The people of
Quincy thought they were the finest
aprJtes-ever brought to lliatj sectiou.
5'A number of our subscribers know a
gond thing when they see it advertised
iii the Glacier, and when renewing
their subscriptions took in the Twlee-u-Week
Republic for 50 cents extra.
A-uiong the number were John Kelley,
A: W. King, Frank Caddy, O H.
Rhonda, C. I). Heurich, J. J. Luckey
and ;F. R. Absten.
Capt. A.' Wiuans, general manager
for the Portland Ice Co., put up be
tween 2,000 and 2,500 Ions of ice last
week at Hood River. The ice whs
thin, only inches thick, but of the
liest- quality, and only two coiupart
nietvtsbf:.t.tle big L htuse were filled.
Tli0 icKhouse is built to ho d 8,000 tons.
"Over-$500 were paid out in the com
nittWty for the labor of fifty men 3J
days'. t.Thw;ls. the first crop of ice ne-c-uied
at Hood lUver for a u umber of
We wish to correct, the notice In last
week's paper in regard to sending fruit
to. Manila, which was to leave fruit
and' other things to be shipped at Mrs.
Thompson's. The mistake was made
by.Mrs. Crowell, who is a member of
the Red Cross in Portland. Bo please
leave all donations for soldiers at Mr.
Crowell's store, with the name of the
soldier you wish your goods shipned to,
and they will be faithfully attended to
by t he ladies of the W. R. C, who wish
to make a shipment by the middle of
next week, If possible.
Mrs. Geo. Crowell gives a receipt for
making a dyspeptic's coffee that is
better than any of the health drinks
advertised.-' The only objection that
can- be found with it is that It is too
clieap anything cheap, you know, is
uot considered worth much. Follow-1
ing Is the receipt: Take 2 quarts bran,
one cup. sirup, well mixed, and then
brown same as coffee. After it is
browned, add two beaten eggs and set
back in the pven to dry. It is then
ready, for use. It make's a drink that
will bet-preferred by many to the real
After a protracted dry cold spell last
ing more than two weeks, during
which time the east wind prevailed
and the roads became dusty, a change
of weather came last Friday, and Sat ur
day morning it commenced to rain.
Sunday was cloudy and dark, with a
coating of ice on the ground and on
the trees. Monday a warm chlnook
wind blew at intervals during the day
and has kept it up since, with warm
springlike weather. The frost Is about
all out of the ground. Strawberry
growers think very little damage was
done the berry plants. It looks now as
it we might have a green Christmas.
The bazar conducted by the ladies of
the Congregational church two weeks
airo was a success In every way. After
all expenses were paid (98.08 were, left
In the bands ot the treasurer. . .Numer
ous small articles that were not sold
have been left at Mrs. H. F. Davidson
for sale. Among the lot are delft rugs,
couch cover, silk iiortiers and pillow,
The articles will be sold at cost. The
ladies desire hereby to thank the people
tor tneir liberal patronage,
The Royal Arch Masons reorganized
their lodge last Friday evening as fol
lows: .u. u. m i in, high priest; F. H
Button, kine: A. 8. Blowers, scribe
Ed Williams, secretary; G. R. Castner,
caDtain host: K. K. Kavsire. nrin. so
journer; W. J. Baker, R. A. captain
w. a. tbiinureriana, sa vail: D . C,
Brosius, 2d vail; R. A. Peterkin, 1st
van; ljevi jNeaieign, sentinel.
The Glacier was presented with a
sample of the apphrbutter put up by
tne uaviuson if run jit. This company
is putting upanrst class article, and
their apple butter is bound to gain an
ai reputation alone with the other
products of this in.-titution which is
doing no much, towards making Hood
uiver Known to the world. ,.
Elder J. W. Jenkins will return
Irom La Grande tomorrow and will oc
cupy the pulpit in the Valley Christian
church bundny monunir and eveninar,
in tne morning he win preach on the
"Itffi I Hnrt hl - rf thd tiinuPnollnnti l
and the evening theme will be the "Ir
redeemable Past and the Available
A man who came In from Wood-
worth's wood camp was in Wood-
worth's store on Tuesday and rennrted
that. -Hie trees near camp hart com
menced to leave and he thought it
might be a slg-i of bad weather ahead.
Woltard 8ugire8ted that if the trees had
begun to leave it was time for the boys
to ioiiow suit.
(. E. Markham has accomplished
Koou worn on tne road -through tne
Methodisflane. He started a subscrip
tion paper and got nearly enouh vol
unteer work to finish eradimr and
graveling that piece of road which
heretofore in winter time has been
about the worst in the valley
The members of the Conirreffatlonal
hurch will hold their. annual meetimr
on Thursday, December 29th, at 10 a.m.
1 he features of the meeting will he the
reception of reports, election of officers,
an annual dinner at the parsouaare
iriven by the church. A full attend
ance is desired.
Mrs. W. J. Smith is at St. Vincent's
hospital with her little girl, Eleanor,
who is not yet much improved. The
physicians did not use the X rays on
he child, but made a thorough exam-
nation and could not find that the
brass buckle it swallowed was still
H. E. Blocher brings In a potato
story that is hard to beat. . He says
that he grew a potato vine the last
summer that was six feet In length
from the root to the top of the vine,
and had four large potatoes. The vine
was nve icet tour inches above the
Stockholders In the -Hood River
Transportation & Boom Co. responded
promptly to the assessment of $1.60
per share, .bast Friday and Saturday
he treasurer, Mr. Ceo. P. Crowell.
made out receipts for $689.50 for pay
ments on assessments.
The old veteran, R. Pealer, Is at pres-
nt laid up will) his disabilities. Some
f his good neighbors one day last
week made a chopping bee and cut a
good lot of wood for him, and L. D.
Blourrt hauled it up.
All fruit growers are Interested and
should attend thv meeting called for
next Tuesday, at 10 a. m. If you can
uot attend in person, see that your
hares of stock in the union are reore-
Harvey Boggs fell on the Ice while
skutiug last Sunday on one of the
ponds near town and broke his left leg.
Dr. Shaw set the injured member
and the boy isgetting along nicely.
The names of the Morse brothers
continue to get mixed. , The Mount
aineer of Monday says: ' "( L. Morse
of White Salmon and L. E. Morse of
Hood River are In the city."
Mr. Robt. Leasure of Mt. Hood was
in town on Wednesday. He reports
everything quiet in his locality, the
young men of the neighborhood being
mostly at work away from home.
Choice Christmas ; goods are dis
played in all the stores in town. San
ta Clans will find no trouble in select
ing presents to suit all his patrons.
It is said the hog melt shows Its
bump all at the first end, and weather
sharps who go by the hog melt say
that winter is over.
Chris' Dethman's well was a failure.
After digging 50 feet and being out. $50,
he came onto a big rock and had to
give it up, , -
The infan t child of Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. Campbell, which has been sick for
the past two months, is again very low.
Do you know the most appropriate
and most useful Xmus presents In town
are to be found at the furniture store.
F. W. Angus came up from Portland
Wednesday and will remain to look
after his ranch.
Mrs. Inez Broadbent has been grant
ed a certificate to teach- la Klickitat
county. . . I
Miss Mel la White and Miss Eliza
Stevens spent last Saturday at The
Dalles. - -
(Maude Copple is home from the state
university at Eugene to spend the hol
idays. Dr. Benjamin, dentist, will be la
Hood River again Jan. 6th and 7th.
Mrs. C. L. Copple and children
went to LaGrande, Monday.
SeetheXmas display at the furni
ture store. . - v
A merry Christmas to our readers.
No-To-Bao for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
men strousr, blood purs. Wo, 1. All draw'sts.
We nave many useful and appropriate gifts at prices that will please you
For instance, )
Men's fine Silk Ties at 30c; usual price 50c.
Men's Felt Slipper, felt sole, very warm, 60c; usual price 75c.
Men's elegant Embroidered Slippers only 95c; usual price $1.25.
Men's all wool whiter weight Pants, very pretty patterns, can't be beat
at $2.50 and $3. , '
, i Ladies and misses Leggings and Overgaiters, 25c to 35c
Ladies and misses all wool Hose, splendid value, 25c.
' Ladies' Felt Slippers, leather sole, unequaled at 60c.
Misses Felt Slippers, felt sole, at 50c.
Ladies' beautiful Quilted Juliets, fur trimmed, nothing handsomer, $1.20,
Ladies and misses braided and plain Fascinators 25c to 30c.
Fine lot of stamped Doilies, Splashers, eta, 2Jc and up. ;
. Best wash silk to work them, with 3 skeins for 5c, 3 for JOc, and 4c.
And huudreds of other useful and pretty things you must not fail to see
besides our ;
Carefully Selected Dress Shoes
i .. Every pair a Dream. ,
We will not compete or compare our Shoes with any faded, shop-worn
relics of the past, btit on stylish, up to date, new and reliable stock we will beat
any competition all the year round. .
,' Remember, we stand back of every pair of Shoes we sell.
A beautiful line of infants' Shoes just received. Be sure to see them.
' New Goods coming In every few days. o
See us before you do your Christmas shopping.
THE PEOPLE S STORE.
Movement for a New Shipping Union.
1 The board of directors of the Hood
River Fruit Growers' Union met last
Saturday. The committee appointed
at the stockholders' meeting to solicit
signers to the pledge to ship by the
union made their report, which was re
ceived and placed on rile. After the
board adjourned a meeting of fruit
growers was called, with J. W. Morton
still in the chair. T. R. Coon offered
the following resolution, which was
"Resolved, That a committee of five
be appointed to draw up recommend
ations to the fruit growers of Hood
River as to a shipping association, and
that the committee report to the stock
holders of the Hood River Fruit Grow
ers Union and growers on Dec. 27th,
at 10 a. m."
The following were appointed on
said committee: A. S. Blowers. E. L.
Smith, T. R. Coon, R. Rand and G. J.J
White Salmon Side. '
The new road, running along the font
of the bluff back of Mr. Moore's place
to Mr. Jewett's, is about finished.
Parties wishing a pleasant drive can
secure a horse and cart at Mr. Moore's
livery stable. ,
Cayotes are so tame here that they
come in Mr. Jewett's vineyard in broad
day light to eat the grapes that were
left. There has been a tevv killed.
Five fine large beeves were butchered
here last Friday and shipped to Port
wThe programme for Christmas will
be a grand affair, having a fine drama
and farce and numerous songs and
The hall Is having a thorough clean-
ng and painting and it is expected a
large crowd to be present at the dance
to be given December 30th.
The Columbia river is rising fast. It
has come up about three feet since the
thaw commenced. During the freeze
up the river was lower thau it has
been for years.
Mr. C. D. Moore returned last week
from Centerville, where Mis. Moore
has been teaching school. Her term
closed yesterday. Mr. Moore, while at
Centerville, concluded that there was
no 160 acres there that he would take
u trade for his five acres under the
bluff at White Salmon. ,
V. B. Church.-.
Following is tbe programme to be rendered
at the U. B. church Christmas eve, beginning
at 7:30 o'clock: ',..,
Song. Glory to God in the Highest
Scripture reading and prayer Rev. Merrill
Anthem, Herald Angels Choir
Recitation, On Judah's Plain .Gladys Hartley
Recitation, Snow Birds Joy Mason
Song, Hail, Merry Christmas Day
Address to the Children v...Ida Foss
song, King, Sweet Bells
Gocla Smith and Edith Merrill
Recitation. i,ady Yeardley's Guest
Dialogue, What Do You Do at Your
House? Four Little Girls
Song, The Bells are Ringing By tbe children
Recitation, When the King Cometh
Recitation. Santa Claas Nettie Allan
Solo. Christmas Bells Percy Loesdon
Recitation, Christmas Time Blanche Howe
Recitation, Christmas Greet! ng....Joe Spangler
wins, unrisi was corn on (jnrisimas Day.
Distribution of presents ; ,
The Consequences Were not Mentioned.
Hood River, Dec. 19, 1898. Editor
Glacier: In your last week's paper
we read the article about the little In
dustry that has as yet attracted but
little attention. It mentions that it
would turn out several hundred gal
lons of applejack and braudy this serf
son. The writer failed to speak of the
mothers it, would make cry, fathers
and sons it would make drunk, and
cause shame and disgrace and make a
black spot on this beautiful land of
ours that we now feel so proud of.
John T. Nealeigh:
Revs. D. HLeach of Antelope and
Chris Nickelsen of Moro are holding a
revival meeting at Grass' Valley.
About Christmas they will open , a
meeting in Antelope, when Rev. Nick
elsen expects to take unto himself a
wife In the person of Miss Mattie
Barnes, daughter of Attorney George
Barnes of Prineville. She is at present
teaching in the Antelope public school,
but has sent iu her resignation. Fossil
Good times have struck The Dalles,
as witness the following ad in a Dalles
paper: "Wanted A good middle aged
man to do chores, milk cows; cut wood,
etc., who will work for his board.
Reference must be furnished. Address"
etc. There is a chance for some inter
prising man to earn his board.
Win, H. H. Magee of Hood River
has been granted an increase of pen
sion from $6 to $8 per mouth.
Hood River valley, at the resi
dence of the brides's parents, Dec. 21,
)808, by Rev. J. L. Hershner, Hans F.
Jochimseu and Miss Louisa C. S. Ror
dan. The bride is the third daughter of
Mr. and 'Mrs. Geo. Rordan. Mr. Joch
lmsen Is a prosperous farmer of the
East Side. After the ceremony a
sumptuous wedding dinner was served
the guests. , Mr. and Mrs. Jochimsen
will reside on their farm near Tucker,
The GiacIer wishes the hapjly couple
a long and happy married life.
, Pino Grove.
Pine Grove will celebrate Christmas with a
Christmas tree on Saturday evening, and the
school will give tbe following programme:
Sone. Welcome. Glad Christmas School
Christmas Lizzie Mohr
What was in His Pocket...- Jolly Shelley
a unnsimas uarroi ...., unaries lage
A Note to Santa Claus Minnie Hardin
A Vision of Santa Claus Nellie Wlsbart
A cnristmas carol or Cromwell s Time...
Santa Claus Anacrostie Ten smalt pupils
aong, un, nun La uiaus, sou Dear uia
An Old song Kesung Calender Hardin
The Burial of Moses Percy Shellev
Where Santa Claus Lives Edith Winchell
Fat and the Pig Byron Robertson
A Shristmas Song Blanche Harbison
Dialogue, Mr. and Mrs. Santa Clans
- Edward Lage, Carrie Boardman
Song, Christmas Carrol School
Around the Christmas Tree... Hestor Harbison
Annie and Willie's Prayer Albert Shelley
Under the Mistletoe Mary Mohr
A JN aught s a Naught Elmer Boardman
The Christmas Tree Ruth Harbison
Song, Evening Bells School
Christmas Time Alphonse Mohr
The Mistletoe. Edward Lage
A Christmas Wish Henrv Mohr
Unn run. 1 ) .. .. 1. r t-iii: . , .
nwuB, vjrivc dikk in; isuijit? ii' juq. ...........
...... Ruth. Hester and Blanche Harbison
Just Before Christmas Peter Mohr
King, Christmas Bells H'.tgo Paasch
Christmas Drill (li girls) Lizzie Mohr,
uarrie ijoaraman, Lizzie paasch, Josle
Mohr. Minnie Paasch. Martha Poaaeh.
Dialogue, The Guileless Witness Ben
Lage, Perry Wells, Byron Robertson
Song, When Santa Claus Comes Again...
The customary Christmas tree and enter
tainment will not be given on Christmas eve
at the Congregational church. Instead, ap
propriate musical and literary exercises will
be held at the Sunday School hour, 11 a. m.,
Sunday morning. It Is the desire to distrib
ute only such presents as tbe Sunday school
will make to the scholars. The following
programme will be presented:
Opening song School
Prayer ... -
Song.... Grace and Georgia Prather, Mary
- LaF ranee and Leila Hershner
Recitation Geneva Wolfard
Solo...., Miss Agues Dukes
Recitation Grace Prather
Recitation Miss Agnes Dukes
Solo Miss Fay LaFrance
Distribution of presents to the Sunday school
Let all be present to receive their Christmas
M. E. Church.
Tbe M. E. church will celebrate Christmas
eve at A. O. U. W. hall, Saturday, December
24th, programme to begin at 7 o'clock sharp,
after which supper will be served to tbe Sun
day school and friends of the church. Those
desiring to place gifts on the tree will please
bring them in as early Saturday morning as
Just a Few Left,
And they must be sold rieht away.
In order to do this will sell them at
cost. Ladies' Jackets and Capes
are what we are talking about. The
cold weather is here, and these are
warm numbers. Don't miss this
chance. Just tbe thing for a nice
Christmas present. We have other
Christmas goods, too. and now Is
the time to buy, while there is
plenty to choose from and while
you have plenty of time to choose.
WITH THE FINEST LINE OF
BOOTS, SHOES, HOSE AND UBDERWEAR
In town, and as our goods were bought right we
can give you good prices.' Call and look over our stock
aud be convinced.
We pay highest price for butter and eggs.
bone & Mcdonald,
THIS CUT ' . x
Has nothing to do with the
. But was put here to attract your , "
, attention for a moment so that i
- we could inform you that the
place to buy your DRUGS is '
THE GLACIER PHARMACY,
CH AS. N. CLARKE, Proprietor,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
' .Eight Years Experience ,
I have opened a choice lot of Groceries In the store room formerly occunied bv the Hood
River Pharmacy. Will also deal in Flour, Feed, etc. ,l
Our eoods are all new and choice, and we will aim to keep the best at all times. Quick
sales and small profits will be our motto. Come and see us. . -
C. L. COPPLE.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. L. Smith Oldest Established House In the valley.)
' - DEALER IX ,".'',.''
JDx-y G-oods, Clotlilzigv-.'
. ' : AND ;
Greater stl 2vCercLa,3nLd.Ise,
Flour, Feed, Etc., Etc.
HOOD RIVER, - - - - - - - OREGON
8 p.m. I
Fr'm HOOD KIVER
Salt Lake, Denver,
Kansas City. St
and the East.
Walla Walla, Spo-
St Paul, Duluth,
cago and East. .
All sailing dates sub
lect to change.
F6r San Francisco
Sail Dec. S, S, 13,18,25,
To Astoria and way
6 a.m. Oresrou City. New-
Ex. Sunday berg.Salem & way
ana way landings.
Portland to Corval-
lis& way landings.
daily ex.Sat, Riparla to Lewiston
4:30 p.m. :
4:30 r .m.
5:45 a.m. dal
W. H. HURLBURT.
Gen'l Pass: Agent.Portland, Or
E. B. Clark, Agent, Hood River.
Are You InterestedP
i The O. R. & N. Co's new book on the Re
sources of Oregon, Washington and Idaho is
being distributed. Our readers are requested
to forward the addresses of their 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. Ilnrlbnrt. Gen
eral Passenger Agent, O. R. & N. Co.,Portland.
DALLAS & SPANGLER
DEALERS IN .
STOVES AND TINWARE,
' , Kitchen Furniture,
Pruning Tools, Etc.
W. have a riiw 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
Large assortment of all
kinds of nursery stock.; . :
. Send for Catalog. v
H. 0. BATEHAM,
Hood River, Or.
Through Freight and
All Freight Will Come Through
Leave The Dalles ............H.45 a. m.
Leave Portlund .7.00 a. n.
One way $1 50
Round trip 'J 50
Freight Rates Greatly Reduced-
' W. C. ALLAWAY, General Airem J
THE DALLES, OREGON
Will be received bv the Directors of .delimit
District No. 6, Mt. Hood, Oregon, for building
a school bouse iii said district.
Plans and specifications may be had by bid
ders by applying to the District Clerk.
The successful bidder will be required to fur
nish good and sufficient bonds.
'All bids closed Dec. 24, 18U8. The Dl recti irs
reserve, the right to relent any and n 11 bido.
ROBERT LEA.STJ HE,
, ; - H.H. TOMLINSON,
1). It. COOPER,
, O. FREDfTJBURG, District Clerk.
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I Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
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