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Sfood Jiver Slacier..,
FRIDAY, MARCH 81, .S99.
A soldier of the Kecond Oregon writes
borne giving an account of himself and
222 others having run the camp guards
and gone but to the firing line, where
they joined a California regiment and
took part In a battle. On their return
to quarters they were punished by the!
forfeit or from one to two montns pay,
und the non-commissioned officers were
aleo reduced to the ranks. Others of
the regiment' were " treated the same
way for the same cause. . The boys had
begun to think the Oregon regiment
might be kept lu the city of Manila till
the war was over, and ae they had en
listed to; right, took the first oppor
tunity to do S'i. . It is rather hard lines
for a soldier to be court niartiuled and
deprived of his pay for going Into'bat
tle, and it is not liUely the order of the
court martial will be approved. If
their pay had been doubled and every
one promoted It would have been more
like justice. The Oregon regiment has
since gone tn the front, and Its heavy
list of casualties shows that the boys
did their duty; in fact the Second Ore
gon has earned a reputation, as good as
any regiment in the field.' The boys
who f iiti the guards to get' out to the
firing line helped to make the regiment
What it Is;, they had been under fire
and were veterans. Although it is a
soldier's first duty to obey orders, all
honor to the brave boys who risked
the displeasure of their officers to get a
shot at the enemy. V" ' . '
The price of apples for some reason
has not kept up as in former years.
The crop was a failure in many apple
growing dit-tiicts of the East last year,
and it was generally supposed that
prices on this coast would rule high'for
first-class apples, but this supposition
so far has not been realized.. It might
be that the large quantity of inferior
fruit that filled our markets last full
'affected prices. If so, the' law enacted
: by the lute' legislature to prevent ship
ments of infested fruit comes none too'
' Now that the volunteers have'seen
txT: active service in the Philippines and
the war for which they eulisted is over,
they should: be allowed to return home
Just Bastion as regulars can be sent to
relieve them.- Not one of them should
'-tie en ticca to re-en iist.v "iney nave
'done' their full duty, and not the least
discredit can attach to any one now
; who- takes an honorable discbarge and
comes home. ".'""-"'''.
Hood River Public School Column. "
Monthly report of Pqod River public
school for month ending March 34,1699;
Number days 'taught, 20; number
days attendance, 2428 number days ab
sence; 1(15; jitiniber cases' tardiness,' 23;
total nu'mber enrolled, J.39; average
number belotigingri2.5; average daily
'-'" attendance, 121 ; number neither absent
nor lurn.v, on. -. - ,r
berg, Paull Blowers, Teddy Hutton,.Eva
.'.Yates; Everett Rand, Mason Baldwin.
' First Intermediate .Department,
t?,ltlK TVfjii.1.111 1-tlo ,-w.Vtn T-Trtu'ft FTnwaPff
Hartley, Walter Parsons, Dollie Welds,
Florence Oox, Lester Foss, Frank Elli-
son, Earl Blaeg, Harry Rood, Wallace
Moody, Ray Bradley, Freddie Bell;
.' . Ignore Adams, ' Etta . Blagg, Marie
' IiOckma,i,.Alta Howell,: May Mooney,
. Helen Howe.
8econd Intermediate Department.
Harold Hersbner, Henry Brown, Ruth
Rigby, F"rauk Angell, Ruie Blagg, Ilia
Rood, Howard Dix, Anna Jackson,
Walter Howell, Harvey Rand. Lenore
; Winans Annie Eadleman, Alice Hill,
m ha nn . tm m 1101 j nil iiidddli
Principal's Department. Louis
Baldwin, Belie Howell, Nettie Kemp,
' ' . Ernst Hinriehs, Gladys Hartley, Pearl
4Jox, Ida Stranahan, Percy Logsdon,
. "'.Earl Barfmes, M. W. BarimesH, Laura
HIIL-Wmr Walker,'- Guy Woodworth;
"Idel 'WoodwortH, Gertrude Buskirk,
i -"Ijoovhl Welds. 'Vera :Jacksori.' Percv
- Large: amount of absence due to
" . ' V . bchool news..; . s ,
. .- T J1 -Tl . -. . .... . ' I . . .3 ... .111.1
The story of the "Bostou Tea Party"
haa been reproduced in good shape' by
o-.tbe fifth 'gra.de, i-a i . ' ,.' .,-
- The -sixth grade has finiBh.ed Bills,
.. J ... 1 .
"- Tle' seventh grade is drawing maps
. .. of, Africa aud doing good work along-thtO!wevV:-...;U
. v; 'i
I.' -,V t Vli if a -Wi no.: Hn&Vf "' a i 11 re nu nn
i i.. ..fciiio i, wuw.wufl mvii .:iitiiiiK. wo nil
- opening exercise,' ;"Th. StorV;Land of
-tbe 8tars;"y: ::::;:."S':?C.' :
The schoolwas visited, Monday, -b"t'
, T Mrirria. Mr. . Rhrrill. illntnn Pmiv
ii. oritlia t . Ktil1i4n I .ttfln unn IV'I ra a Muin.
, Tuesday, by Mrs. Anna Flagg. and Mrs.
t? ,iK Rand, Friday; by J. Morris. ; ,
The principal; subjects' "discuwey by
teighth. "grade pupils are "Examina
tion's" und "Orations;",. ,. .-i". ;
'' Li6t '-weekProf. . Shav?; visited the
school, and gave a short talk on the
plan of study at the Corvallis Agrleul
. .turaslpolleg.' ;"; :'i.t.,rvB:..u. : , ',,..
2 -i " i Allard has been improving the
. good weather by having the fire drill
..occasionally.' ,',.!.,. ... ,i.
'.',.. a . MT. HOOD. .''"; i - .
' -7.' 'i a .1-. nv: ..... . r .'i .
v , 111 l: niiiiir w mm iiimi iivithii i v nmn lpti-.
' ,.'tin pf Vancouver's party;.- ctolier 29j
,V?Hood.. lt4s sahjitp . have been,iij ra
' ''Ithat-.Tluie was-' al9o- known- as: MZi
; vAVatjliliigtpn! ' ll w.s asceii'rleij by" Mr."
' ' MSeideiv i Ootober. JtJSi s aii'foti id H(
be 19,400 feef high; l. They Ctlinbed 'hs
high as they could, first with snow-.
shoes, thfrn wiih ice hooks and spike,.
' When they reaclied a point Some 18,000
feet --high, i-espiration b.ecanje very 41 fc
v rficult,- owing o t.he-:variety'qf the at-
k l,,.iuiifLiiii;H7. --f.v iviiKiii til? .a.ixii14 urxnii
o oozo throoali the Dores of -the skin
w.vJika, 3rH)"b8vveatV their eyVs began tw-j
uieeu, men ine iiihhi iimvu ircrn tneir
ears. Then ; they commenced" their
- do-wnward march. At the point where
tht-y commenced their ascentfJhey had
left their pack mules and two men to
guard hem., The men went out hunt
ing and when J they k returned, found
that the cougars had killed two of their,
mules. The mountain was uscended
by Rev. HI nes In 18(14, who gave a des
cription of the summit and placed the
altitude at 17,640 feet. Subsequent ly.it
was reduced to 14,440 teet and then to
12,700 feet. At the present time there
is an inn at the base of the mountain,
which is yearly visited by travelers;
from here they make the ascension of
HISTORICAL INCIDENT. ' ""
Early In the morning of April 6, 1862,
at the battle of 8hiloh, the federals
were surprised by the confederates and
were gradually forced back,:olslinately
disputing every step of the way,, until
at lust they were pushed to the very
brink -of -the Tennessee river, where
they made their final stand. Along
the banks of the liver grew many large
cotton-wood trees, whose roots, having
washed bare,' hung over the bank.
Many bT.the-inen were forced over the
bank and were endangered of fallini;
into the river, accordingly, all yelled,
"graD a root," .and grab a root they
did, and each, mUn hung to his root
until'- they, were . rescued-- from their
perulous position by the gun'boatB from
below. Hence we get the slang phrase,
"grab a root," that is commonly used
by the rougher class of today.
- To the eighth ;rafle. pupils of Ho'od
River Valley: " Please work, illustrate,
and forward the, following problem t)
R. R. Allard, Principal of. Hood Riv'er
school: : : - i .
. "What Is the cost of a square . pyra
mid of murble whose slant height is 120
feet, each side of the base being 40 feet,
at $2.50 per cubic foot?" .;-.,
The best solution of this 'problem
will be published in the Hood River
Second Oregon in Battle.
In the battle of iMalinta, Philippine
Islands, last fiunduy, four soldiers of
the Oregon regiment were killed and 38
wounded. The names of the killed are
H. B. Adams, Wm. W. Cook, Chas.
Herbert' and Guy Millard Of the
wounded, Carlton E. Haunders, Guy
V. Saunders, U. D. Cooper, John Bios
ser and Albert J. Califi" are from The
Dalles., In, the battles on Monday, two
more were- killed V. Btrawderman
and Hayes B. Taylor and 10 wounded,
as follows: ' Leo B. Grace Daniel Bow
man, Richard Sprinkdale, Charles E.
Cocard, FranR E. Edwards, William
1). Callin9, Elmer E. B irnes, Ralph
Nodijens, William R. Stofler, Charles
T. Wallace. .-
J.. T. Nealeigh made final proof on
his homestead last Sa.Uirday. His wit
nesses were Geo. Stranahan and Henry
Prigne. - ,. .'.
A Mr. "Bcott from St. Johns has pur
chased the Fredenburg place at Mt.'
Hood, rfh d it is said he will build a
sanitarium. ; : ' ; v
Denzer, since moving' Into bis. new
"quarters, has foUrtd it necessary to employ-
a clerk, and Mr. Wilson,- from
Portland, fills the clerkship.," ,
J. H. Gerdes has rented bis farm to
Mr. Burdick and will move to town
and fjo- into business, ;vwhich';wil,l be
Conducted bv MrsGerdes. '
'Mifmps areTstifl prevalent 'a -" tfifS
community. ' Twenty-seven pupils of
the Hood River school are kept at
home with the disease. '
' Mrs. M. A. Cook, who has been an
Invalid ail winter, is uow much better
"and able to be up and about .the bouse.
Something of interest to all our read
ers in our ad vertising columns today.
G. D. Woodworth has bis carload of
buggies in bis warehouse and bis pretty
:red wagons are scattered all over town.
Walter Holing is riding an elegant
new Hartford ibike.aj; , ..-t...
The East Fork Irrigating Co. will
contract the grubbing of their right of
way.. See C. R. Bone' at once if you
want to bid on the work.
Mrs. John Lenz of the East Side
brought to town the first green onions.
' A.' Jewett has returned from college
to his home at White Salmon. :
O. W. Butts, proprietor of the big
cherry orchard and strawberry patc.h
in charge of T.' R. Coon, is. in Hood
River to remain a few days. '''
' Milton Pealer iiow.' residing at Ser
at tie, came over Sunday to visit his
father,and uiotr," j-;v.S;...::
' J. P. Watson.'is"- moving- Into- Capt.
Coe's bouse on be hill,- , . '';'
Th6 policy df -The Ladle's Hom
Journal, inr its' religious department',,
seems to be always to '.'engage the pen
of tha man- most immediately prom
inent itv the eyes of the religious world.
Thus It hasbad the serylces ofs'Doctor
Talmage,,.. M r. .Beecber,' Doctor' Park
hurst, Ian Maclai:eii,Vaiid bdw Jt will
have those of Dr. Newell Dwight Hil-lis,-
the.J new1 pastor of 'Plymouth
church. In Brooklyn..; ' . - ; V.
Henry - Ward Beecher once : said:
""The tiioughtless- farmer permits his
potatoes?to tflt.'iii, the cellar.' : The aris
ing.hi!a8ma:"6iKls its; way through' the
floor nd periiifates 'tfarpets anid furni
ture anil beds. Baby, falls sick of a
fever, and presently is carried tenderly
3o-ita.uri$ nu(in.ta the cemetery. "'Its
grief-striekeu parents, mourn for a sea
son, acd finally become reconciled with
the consoling .thought that it Is 'all
somehow-a providence" of.'. God. ' It'. Is
no such thing.'" -God bad iiotbipg to.do
with It.: " ' it Was; all ;due to rotten
potatoes.'; -'':' '"-.
, . Mattbe ws: The : crow rr of : ai I facul
ties 1s common sensed ' It is hot enough'
to do tJVe rigbt thing,' it must.be done
at the tight, ti hie and place. Talent
knows What to.do'; tact,-knows when
ahd:how todvhe. i--..--- 'i N
. For isale , or Trade. .
marSl W. A. aLINGERIiAND.
Jerseys Bull; for Sale.
A:6'n6-year olff Jersey Bull, wfclch I will sell
tor. li"; o. --...r. - - '.
'Scaled proposals, for the -erectton'of a two
room ecooot bouse In District No. 6, Hood
Rlver( Wasco ooanty.Oregoti, will be received
by the district clerk , notll 2 o'oloolt P. M. on
tb&6uh day of April, 1899. ..Bald proposals x
be-for-(tll-Iafeop-o4-mterlal rcqulrea for the
erection of k sohool iiuuse In said district, la
accordance wlih-the iilpawlDKSund speclflca
tlons whlctnufty be seen Rt Wllliaras Js Bro
st6(f"lrg Btote.-v: Xhesboard -ordlrootors re-'
fesrts.ti:ghj.t.drejiactvn.v;nd. all propos
als submitted tn accordance' with this notice.
. Signed ' . C, D.HBNKICH,
Clerk Dlbtrlot Ho. 6.
Warranted 5 'years
Mitchell Wagons and Buggies, Cham
pion Mowers and Rakes, all kinds
of Farm Machinery.
r - ; Specialties.- '
Sections, guards, knife heads, Rivets
and rake teeth for all standard
. .v 1 v: : Mowers and , Rakes.' k - ;
.. - .CD. HEN RICH, . ' :
' v REPRESENTING " : ""';
Bees for Sale.
I have several hives of Bees that I will sell
at from 82 60 to tM a stand.. JOS. HKNOBT.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,,
Land.Offlce at Vancouver, Wash., March 25,
1899. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settlers have filed notice of their in
tention to make final proof in support of
their clalins.and that said proofs will be made
before W. B. Presby, U. 8. Commissioner for
District of Washington, at -his office 'In- Gol
dendale. Washington, on Thursday, May 18,
1899, viz: - -
' CHARLES FELLER,.:; o ,
Homestead Entry No. 9016, for the northeast
quarter of section 22, township 6 north, range
12 east, W. M.
. He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, vl?,:
Robert Barker, Mary A. Barker, August
Berg and T. J.Shaw, ail of Glen wood P. O.,
Washington. Also, . '
-iMABY A. BARKER, ; - '
Homestead Entry No. 8245, for the west half
of southwest quarter,, northeast quarter of
southwest quarter, and lot 8 in section 27,
township 6 north, range i'2 east, W. M. : -
8he names the toll wlng witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
Charles Feller, Albert Bertschl, August Berg
and T. S. Shaw; all of Glenwood P. O., Wash.
maraimS W. R. DON BAR, Register. ,
' Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. -
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. -
United States Land Office, The Dalles,' Ore
gon, Mi. rch 25. 1899. Notice is 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
- : ; . . . GEORGE WILLIAMS, .: . ; ,
Of Hood River, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, has this day filed in this office his sworn
statement. No. 1S4, for the purchase of the
southeast V of southeast 4 of section No. 8, in
township No. 2 north, range No. 10 east, W.M..
and will offer proof to show that the land
sought is more valuable for its timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish his claim to said land before the Keglnter
and Receiver of this office at The Dalles, Ore
gon, on Monday, t he 5th day of June, 1899J
Ho names as witnesses: Henry Prigge, C. A.
Hickel, John T. Nealeigh and George stran
ahan, all of Hood River, Oregon.
Any and alt persons claiming adversely the
above-desaribed lands are requested to file
their claims in this office on or before said 5th
day of June, 1899.
mar31J2 JAY P; LUCAS, Register.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
" United States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, March 28, 1899. Notice is hereby given
that In compliance with the provisions of the
act of coneress of June 8. 18.8. entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lands in the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory,'' . V - .
' WALTER T. DICKEYj
Of Hood Rivor, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, has this day filed in this office bissworn
statement, No. 135, for the purchasejof the
south northwest Ja 'and' nOrCh Mj southwest
& f section No. 21, In township No. V-north,
range No. 9 east, W. M., and will offer proof to
show that the land sought is more valuable
for its timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish bis claim to said
land before the Register and Receiver of this
office at The Dalles, Oregon, on Saturday, the
10th day of June, 1899. , '
He names as witnesses: L. Winans. Eon
Winans, M. P. Neff and W- R, Winans all of
uooa Kiver, uregon. -
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims in this office on or before said
10th day of June, 1899. - - ,: ..
mar81J2 ,. JAY P. LUCAS, Register.
Get Your Eyes .Tested
For the new glasses you know yon are in need
of, at Charles H. Temple's, the Jeweler. Len
ses are warranted for a year, and if no fit,
will then be exchanged free of charge.
Prices, from 75c for common frames to $3.50
for gold-rimmed. Glasses that cost from tsto
812 other places, he can supply at 13.50.
Also, a fine line of Jewelry at reasonable
prices. Call and examine goods.- .
; ; public sale; ;
The following shares of subscribed stock, in
the East Fork Irrigating Co. will be sold at
Dublic auction to the highest bidder, on Mon
day, April 24th, at 10 o'clock A. M., in front of
tne tiuoa ciiver irauiiig iu.-s Dunaingj jaooa
River, Oregon: ... j
Charles Davis,..,.. ...1 share, 8100: credit, $ t 00
David L. Clark 2 shares, credit), 6 00
J. L. Dlmmick .2 shares. z00; oredlti, U 35
P red Mason 1 share, ' 100: credit 100
. : EAST FORK IRRIGATING CO.,
'". : ,v C. K. Bonk, Secretary.
- Half-breed Jerseys
Two or three fresh 2 and 8-year-old' inelferg
for sale at Riverside Farm, 8 miles-West of
town. Apply to l J. W. MORTON.
P. F. BRADFORD.
:.: ' Manufacturer of " !"
Manufactures all kinds of Fruit Boieis.Berry
Crates And Baskets. Especial attention paid
to made-up packages. t 1
HOOD RIVER, - : - OREGON.
steads.ln Hood -Rtver Valley on Government
Land.' We locate individuals or colonies on
Government lands suitable fof" homestead
and timber settlers. Large milling Industries
are how located here. .
w. k. winans, '
''.- Land Looatob.:
Hood River, Wasco County, Oregon.
Qood Ranch for, Sale.
Six miles beloW"Hood River, oh the river
and railroad; well adapted for early fruit.
Strawberries and other small- fruits m the
filace. Bearing orchard;' Plenty of water for
rrlgatlon. Also, good timber for lumber or
wood. For terms apply to ""
I-BJ).,..' ., CONRAD REPP. Hood River.
: Bids Wanted. V
Bids for building a two-room school' bouse
In School -District No. 7, -Wasco county, Or..
witl be received up to March 25, 1899, at 12
o'clock 'M: Speclfloatlons at -G.- T. Prather s
office. Board reserves right to reject any or
all bids. By order of the Board. .
,-- . j r .. JACOB FEAR, Clerk .
;? .NpTICE OR PUBLICATION.
LahrLOfflpe at The Dalles, Oregon.March U,
1899. -Notice 4s hereby given that the following-named
settler baa filed notice of his 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 Dalles.
Oregon, on Saturday, April 29, 1899, viz: t
Of Mt. Hood,. Homestead Application -No.
5019, for the northwest H section 83, township
I north, .range 10 east, W, M.
. He names the Jollowinj witnesses to prove
his oontinuons residence Upon- and oultiva
tion ofjsald'land, vizi. .
Robert LtesuWGeorfre' Perkins; D.R.Cooper
and L. W. Tooilmson, all of Mt.Hoorl.Oreson.
m l?a21 . JAY P. LUCAB, Register.
That Is the basts an which we ask for your patronage. We wouldn't expect
you to buy at this store for any other reason. We pay spot cash for every dollar's '
worth of goods we handle, buy cheaper than people who do not, and are therefore
in position to give our customers tne benefit. Give us a chance to prove our as
sertions; it will be money In your pocket to do so. t- . , .
vaQ. r a. s. blowers & son.
All Teams stow at
t- A 1
Hood River's Leading Business House.
COMBINATION MEAT MARKET
' AND '
Tho T?oat Tlvoaaorl HToo-f a"
X1J.X) JJCSt iXtJBOCU. m.tJctU,
us. .4juiuk utiiipB uiu raiirouu caiups,
Finest Line of Cured Meats i;S,;7St.L7rt
not aosoiutiy tirst class we wilt take tnem back and refund the money. Our Breakfast
Bacon is simply out of sight. -If not as represented itcostsyou nothing, "
The Purest Open Kettle Rendered LardfwegS
T?TneV n-room ottt T?n at at 45o per roll. We receive It twice a week, so
XI Vail KjLtSdlllVl y HUllCL It Is always fresh. Our trade in this, as well
-' as In other lines, has increased greatlyi because we keep a flrst-class article.-
FineJLot Fresh .Staple'CtroceriesS4- 25
-. , competition. '. , , v. -j-
Hay, Grain, Flour and
Our Stock of Canned Goods, Extracts, etc.;
QoorlQ ' - f hoioe Flower and Vegetable
OOCUO. ; Weguarantee, them. If they
two pounds for 25 eta.'
I Do not forget to cal.l on ofi Saturday, as we shall have special 'sales on many articles on
that day of eaoh week. v , : .. - -. v '' - - , , - ' . ' "
.We are not In business for our health, but we believe in making honest prices on all arti
cles which we handle, and we expect to make a profit on everything we bay or .sell; and- we
accord the same privilege to oni cds't0rtf3rg, as we expect them to make on' what they sell us
and also on whatthey buy of us. If this maxirh
nent success. We sell at honest and fair prices,
lto appreciates Our way of doing business is shown from the fact that our business has quad
rnpled In the last six months, and during that
force In order to give the public the accommodation necessary. -- i-:- ....-fi.;-..?
- Store opens at 6:30 A. M. and closes at 7:30
openfrom8A. M. to:30A.M. '- . i j-, , ' V . ' ; '
: CLYDE T. ; BONNEY, Proprietor.
TTT"M"P TJocf n TToq
X UiUr, IJCOU lU U OU.
Can sing, but this SINGER is a bird, are selling Singer
' Sewing Machines for $25 cash, or $30 otv, the installment plan; $10
down, balance in monthly payments of $5 each.. . These are high
arm, five-drawer machines, finished In oak, with all modem Im
provements. No one need be without a sewing machiue at these
: prices and on these easy terms. .Come and see them. -,'--;,
- G; D. WOODWORTH.
Dealer In General Merchandise, Farm Implements, Lumber.etc.
s ' Hood River, Oregon. , ;' , -
v s Mi. : - F Yum Yum woven wire Mattress..:..5.:; :$2 fl . . .t. ; . ,H1, ,
Common woven wire Mattress.. ;.(..;...,.( 1 60 ' "' : ' "- '
' - ' Woo) Mattress , .....M 2 50 . . .
"!!?' .( -'!.'.;... . Excelsior, wool top Mattress 2 25 '
..... .... . , Bedsteads..-. ....... -J fio s-.i !" -'
" r 1 challenge any one to get lower prices in Portland- on these goods or any others that I
GEO. T. PRATHER,
i Justice of the Peace
- - - ' '
for Hood River Dist
rict ) -' ... '
I am prepared at all times to draw and execute Deeds and Mortgages, and all kinds of le
gal papers carefully prepared. .. . , . .. . ; .
c I am-ftlRO prepared on short notice to furnish correct Abstracts. Also represent the oldest
and strongest Insurance companies; so If you want your property Insured don't fall to call on
me and get a policy in a reliable insurance company. .
And when ltcomes to Real Estate, I am the one you want to see1. If yoo want to buy, sell
or rent any land in Hood River valley or White Salmon, don't fall to call on or write to me. I
alsq negotiate loaoson real estate. I have been a resident of Hood River valley for 19 years,
therefore am thoroughly acquainted with the valley. GEO. T. PRATHER, -Hood River.
ANt) CASH ONLY, is
Hardware, Harness, Doors, Sash, , Paints, Oils,
Guns and Ammunition, : ! 7 :f ''..
; Stoves, Shoe Findings and Bike Supplies, ' v
- At OENZER'S NEWSTO
PAYS YOU TO:
wholesale-or" -retail, at prices lower than
Portland prices; No contract too large for
wine notice. .
Just received a carload of each.
Seeds, government tested and Northern grown.
dou't come up, bring them back.
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does not govern thert' could 'bs no' perma
and we buy In the same way. That the pub.
period we have ' been compelled to treble pur
F. M. every day except Sunday.- Sunday, store
Thlslpump can be Been at the store of A. S
Blowers ASon. WM. TILLETT, Agent.
S. E. BARTMESS.
. ! vv - i , .,, T Notary Public-for
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what makes prices-flo low on ; ' '"
THE KLONDIKE - :
Is the place to get the latest and best In con
fectioneries, candles, nuts, tobacco, cigars, etc
W. B. COLE, Proprietor.
All kinds of wagon repairing done ori ihort
Rotlce and at reasonable prices, at the old
nogers mill In Frankton. O. H. ROQEHH.
A Desirable Home. I
For sale.-Tour" acres, one In strawberrtes;
bearing fruit trees; plenty of water for irriga
tion. Located near B'rankton graded school.
rrice reasonaoie lor casn. . r. jikui!.o.
Areated and deodorized, 5 cents a quart.
F. H- IICTTOW.
Three head of cattle, coming two years old.
Earmarked and branded g on right blp.
Will pay a reward for any Information con
cerning them. 8. W. CUKKAN, V-lerito.
Lumber Wagon, 2 inch ..v..,.i..''.,:.,.':D,50 00
w in sell part or an or my rancm- - -x
E.- K. SAYAGE. -
Do You Want ' -
To buy land Iri Hood ' River
- 'Valley; I f so, don' ti Xatlrto .
t See Tucker! ' ; ,
Fruit Land, Berry Land, GraVh a'r5d. or
Hay land, at prices you can't eqim 4f the
valley. ,-. B; R. TUGK KB,,Tucker, Or.
- 30 Acres.'
I Will sell 20 acres. Improved ortmlntproved
land, within one mile of Hood' Riyer school;
prettiest building site in the valley.' '
J27 - t, W. J. BAKER.
Save Your Soles fJ
By going to the Pioneer Shoe Shop, where yoa
can get good work done: also, ail kinds of shoe
supplies. C. WELDS. Proprietor.
That 50c Shirt,
yje have a fine laundrierJ Whlte
Shirt for half a dollar -Come
, and lay iu a supply while" you
; can get them at this tigtire'. ' We
have ten .dozen .jof . them,.', but
they will not last long at this
--; price, i' Ask for . ' -L-n. " 1 "
That 50c Shirt.
- C. D. WOODWORTB. V
Land for Sale. " :
In 8 tracts, varying -in size, fTom 10' to 80
acres. Highly improved, "partly improved
and unimproved. Abundance of irrigating
water on most of the land. No trouble to show
property. East Side 4i miles out.' Near good
school. HARBISON BKW.
M 3- S
, ... f:r
To do harness work for dry oak 'wcWar also,
produce taken for part pay-fbn. H harness
work. J20 , E. P. CALKINS.
Poland China -Boar.
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A thoroughbred Poland GMnaboarjtor ser
Tlce; also, young pigs for sale... .. ,
fS W. A. SLINGERLaLND.
c Eggs for Hatching.
Buff Wyandottes, ,3 B.
; if a-. Pdro-aln ' v
X , ...... i AAV . Ml ..JLUIXMI ;
Some fine fruit land 'heaTK tdwrrlnclndlnff
spring of 60 gallons per ImlButeii fend- other
water rights. ; ( .,.,r,T..R..COON.
A Sightly Home, . ;
With M ares of land. Inside the .corporate
limits or Hood Rivrr, can be put chased very
reasonably. 120 bearing frnit treesj'w'acre tn
strawberries, besides raspberries, blackber
ries and other fruit. Good water.good hoas.
and outbuildings. Inquire of th'&Gfacler. 48
One of the best paying small fruit farmt in
Hood River. .Good location, Well watered.
Good buildings and a plesant home.' ' This is
a bargain. Call at this office. - t ft
Eggs for Hatching.
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Setting of Brahma Eggs i;ii...ii-.i:!i.i;.Ti4...tl 00
Setting of Wyandotte Egg8.:.j.,.A,ji.. 76
Setting of Plymouth Rock Eggs...;.;."..,'..,......- ?S
Eggs from matured hens only atitt bbund to
hatch good layers. Hens, made good record
Yards lj'miles east of Hoo River on rail
road track. Come and see tnem .or leave or
ders at the Glacier office. J. H. KO,BERQ.
And Berkshire Boar for sale by W. E. NEFF.
Ditch Stock; for Sale.
-. I have VA shares of stock, in the. East Fork
Irrigating Co. that I will sell for Tfl25 spot
cash. Payments to the amounti of $162 have
been made on the same. .. B.-;BVTIJCKER.
Timber Land, Act Jtmet)jlB78.'.-
NOTICE FOR PUBLICAiTION.
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United States Land Offlce.Vancoqver.Wash.,
March 13, 1899. Notice is hereby gien that
incompliance with the provisions of the act
Ul WUKICH WI u uuc v, iu, vu,iucn ..... I iJ.
the sale of timber lands in the states of Cal
ifornia, Oregon, Nevada and '''Washington
Territory," as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August 4, 1892, .
': ,. GEORGE H. NICOi.A4v :. 1
Of Portland, county of Moltnomah.state of Or
egon, has this aay tiled In this office his sworn
statement No. 1899, for. the puneotuie of the
south Y southeast Yt, qortbwest K- southeast
. and southeast y4 southwest section N0.8,
In townshlD 8 north, range No.10 E .W.M.. and
will offer proof to show that the land sought l
more valuable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish bis
claim to said land before the Register and
Receiver of this office at Vancouver, Wash.,
on Friday, the 26th day of Mav,,1899.: -
He names as witnesses: Ronald D. Cameron,
Charles D. Moore, William WendoTfand Iver
Harare, all of White (Salmon P. O.tWash.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
tbelr elaims In this office on or before said
28tb day of May, 1899. ,-,'-. -
marl7mi9 . - Wi R. DUNBAR, Register.
rrimber Land, AcUlune 8. t878.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, Vahcjaver,'.Vash.,
March 20, 1899. Notice Is hereby gl Jen that in
compliance with the provisions of the act of
congress of June 3, 1878, entitled -'.'An act for
the sate of timber lands In the states of Cal-
nuruia, ureguii, ,i,rtiui mritHiiiuguiu
Territory," as extended to all thpubllc lands
states by ct of August 4. 1892. . . . .
EDITH H. NICOLAt, '
Of Portland, county of Multnomab; state of
Oregon, has this day filed iu -this .office her
sworn statement, No. 1901, for the purchase of
the east southeast. Hi nnrthwe southeast
3. and southeast M northeasts of section No.
4, in township Nn. 8 north, range N o. 10 east,
w. ni., ana win oner prooi io snow mat we
land soueht Is mere valuable for its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish her claim; to saM land before the
Register and Receiver of this office at Van
couver, Washington, on Friday, the 2otb day
of May, 1899. v : ' ;0.
She namet as wltnessejRonald, D. Cam-
ornn IprA ttftmiv. hfLrlna T). Mnor'Anri Will
am weouori, ail 01 wuiw omiiton r, u
Washlnirton. " .1,1,; '
""Any and nil persons claiming-Jid-versely the
aboved escribed lands, are, requested to file
their claims in this office, ait or "before said
2l-.th dav of May, a
waruo , . , . van a An, itegmer.