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$(ood Iiver (Slacier.
ntlDAY, 5CT0ER 27, l89aT
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
C. J, Ilnvew in plactoring and build
' ling an addition to hie Iiuhw.
Money to loan on real cutate by
- John Li IIrnpkimom, agt. '
' Lamia bought, sold and exchanged at
Emporium. Keup your eye on the Em
porium ad, 2d page of Glacikr.
.Frank McFarland and M. E.Mont-
fomery, well known insurance men of
'urtland, were in town the first of the
' A girlrB cloak was left at the Congre
gational church lant Memorial day. The
5 owner can get. it bv calling on Judgw
Rev. J. L. Hernhner in in attendance
' t the Congregational association meet
ing at Eugene this week. He ia expect-
; d to return home today.
Letters remain in the post office for
George Honeyman, Mr. rihanahaii, D.
. M. WilkinHon, Mr. Minnie Meiterntan
and Miss Lillie Snap.
Dr. F. C. RroHius has returned and
can be found in )iin office oyer Williams
v& Eroding' drugstore, between the hours
of 10-11 a. m., 2-3 and 6-7 p. in. -
o.''ylV. ft. Winaiut brought to town a rare
furiosity on Monday. It is a -white
chipmonk. ...Itwa, killed by a pine
,.iij(iirrul Bud waa picked up by Mr. Wi-
pJHHJ.2 ;'. ' ,
fi. II. Cox lion purchased part, of El
mer, Hand's lots on State street, .just
'west of P. F. Bradford's jjlitas arid has
commenced the erection of ft dwelling
housecost fl.OOO.' " ;T t.
I n'jvbounty clieck drawn irt'favor
of D. .it. Jackson was lont-by him. It
was inclosed in .an .envelope on which
iasft picture of the state house. Finder
will please leave at this ollice.-"
Joe Frazier, jr., who haw been in Sher--maa
county during httrrest, came hone
last week to remain for the winter. He
accompanied his sister Alice to Portland
tort Saturday, where hevyviir take in. the
'jiositioir. ' v
p. CUHiggs.iaAhef-ol Dr. D. Riggs of
Mt. Hood, has recently-ome from Illi
nois and has located a-homestead at
.' Mti Kood. He, is ft years old. , The old
.geiHleinua is well pleased .with this part
of 'the country. . !. .-''. . .
Word' has been received "from L. T).
.. Blount; who arrived at Mt. Moriah,Mo.,
Oct. I5th. He fpund his mother quite
jeble but able. to go -about tha house.
Mr. Blount will probably remain in
Missouri during the winter. : , ,:
...Miss Alice Frazier, after spending the
(hummer in Sherman county, returned
home to Hood River last week. Satur
day morning she went to Portland,
There she wilf be engaged for the next
ihree months at dressmaking.
'lf Mr; and Mrs. R. Peahir have' taken a
Jjoy from the orphan's home in Portland
)to give him a home The boy is 14
vearg old and" his name is Charlie I..
. WriBuren. , He will be a great help tp
hid benefactors,' and the boy is fortunate
in securing a good home. .
! Robt.yLeasure' and . wife came down
from Mt. Hood last Katurday to consult
Dr. Shaw in recard to Mrs. ' Leasure'e
health. The whole family have been
Kick. .' Too much worry during the sick
ness of their., child that died last week
cmuc( Mrs. 'Leisure's sickness.
' ' Rev. C. Fl Clapp of Forest Grove, who
.waa announced to preach in the Con
fregalioual church of Hood River last
Sunday, was called to Condon to offlcir
mvn nv v3 muri ill ui wio .,in)C i uuum
minister at that place, and for this rea
eou could not fill his appointment here.
TOur'enterprising neighbor, Dallas, got
the job of tinning the roof on Dr. Ad
ams cottage, as The Dalles tinners were
one day too late. The old tin roof, was
torn oft in time to catch the heavy rain
of a week ago, and the floors of the cot
tage were flooded nearly shoe-mouth
F. E. Denzer notifies the, Glacieb
that he is superintending the building
of Mark Davenport's house near Tucker,
and that we were in error in stating last
week that B. F. Belieu was building the
house. Mr. Belieu informed us that
he was working on the job, and we of
course supposed he wag also superin
tending its construction.
S. Pedlar, representing the Equitable
Life Ins. Co.", . is spending a week in
Hood River. He says he learned of
Hood River while in the mines of Brit
ish Columbia,' hundreds of miles from a
railways Our strawberries had fourd
theirway there, and the miners would
buy them "regardless of price, so long as
they had the Hood River brand.
'.Keeping Cows for Profit" is the well
chosen titl of, the newest work oh pratv
tical dairying to "come under our notice!
We understand that a large issue of this
JiUle publication is being gratuitously
circulated with the compliments of. the
De Lavel- Separator Co., 74 Cortlandt
etreet, New York, which concern offer
to send a copy to every reader tf the
(ilACiKit ,upon request. Drop them a
porttal card and you will get the book.
i The. Hood River teachers.', association
organbjed last Saturday The following
teachers were in 'Attendance;: , Nettie
Kemp, F. B..tTBarnes, Barrett; ' K. E.
Dawnjprt, Madge Warren, S,. C. Sher
rili, Frankton ; Jennie Parstms, Under
VMfip ; Cora .Topple; " Viento r C. M . Sis
on, 'Pine Grove; Minnie Elton,' MelhV
White, Grace Graham, H. L. Howe, C.
D"..Thomp9on, Hood Ri-er. " The-following
officers were elected v F. B. Barnesi
prenident: D. P. Thompsons vice Dresi-
3nti-Miss Gruc Graham, secretary;
Miw Mella White, organist. The text
meHidg will be held on Saturday, ov.
4th, at 2 o'cl jck p. m., for wh;ch a good
programme hafl been arranged.' ; .
C. D. Ilenricha returned last Thurs-
dav fifom a trip to the Willamette val-
lejr?" 'While .coming up the river on the
Inland Hver. he savs, the chief engt
neer Of the boat fell overlioard. He was
leaning on the ate, when it cave way.
nd both went into the river. No one
Mf hlii) fall in, and .the steamer went
about half a miio tmore it was qisco,..
ered that a. man was overboard. He
was then seen in the distance float ing on
tht gate' and striking for shore. Capt.
Coe ordered the life-boat lowered, and
then it was discovered that there was
not a man among the deck hands who
knew how to handle it. The captain
woa obliged to pull the boat himself to
the man s rescue.
A social gathering was held at the res
idence of Mrs. J. E. Dishman, last Fri
day evening, ' Oct. 20th, invited to be
present by Miss Arvilla Poo re. Chinese
lanterns. 'were hung in all directions
about the place. Games were indulged
in and a' very pleasant evening was
epent. . The sK'iat ended by an old fash
ioned taffy pull. Those present were:
The Misses Maud Parker, Mabel Boor-maiij-tJraee
Cpton, Stella Richartlson,
Edith Moore, Xttie Kemp, Laura
Bishop, Andry and Orpha Murkley,
Grace aad Flora Wilaiui, Arvilla Pooiis,
Faith iDinhman ; Mesars. Frank Gibbons
Alfred Ingalls, Walter Isenberg, James
Parker, . Bert Kelley, Howard SearleS,
Ben Upton, Charles Gibbons, Fred In
galla, Albert Gibbons, Fred Barnes, Tom
Bishop, Oliver Richardson, Elbert and
Alvin Piire; Mrs. J. E. Dishman, Mrs.
Little Ivan Allen, after a heroic
tmj.'gle with diseiwe for six weeks, died
Tuesday morning. Everything that
loving hands could do, assisted by tlie
physicians, failed to save his life. The
family has been sorely afflicted. Mr.
Allen was engaged on the. railroad in
the upper country and had his family
with him. All were stricken with ty
phoid fever and were brought to their
home in Hood River. Good rare and
medical treatment brought all through
except the little boy Ivan, who at one
time seemed to be in a fair May to re
cover when he was taken with chicken
pox, and being too weak to withstand
another seige of disease, succumbed to
the grim messenger of Death. The af
flicted family have the sympathy of the
The morphine fiend who has been
loafing around Hood River since last
spring was arrested on Monday by Con
siaoio uniiger, charged with Having
stolen canned fruit from the cellar of
Mrs. J. J. Luekey. Mrg. Luckey missed
19 quart of Royal Ann cherries, and
she doesn't know how much other fruit
was taken by the thief. The man had
been stilling the fruit about town and
wasensily caught. He at first denied
the theft but afterwards owned un to it
claiming that he was not able to work
and was refused anything to eat when
ever he went out to beg. The man and
his wife occupied a shack below the
depot. Both are addicted to the use of
the drug, and both have reached about
the lowest depths in human existence.
Fred Rordan recently purchased 14
head of Angora goats and has them at
his father's pluee west of town. ... These
goats are said to be quite profitable.
Their wool brings a high price, and the
goats feed on willows, oak grubs or any
old thing. 1 1 hey are often used to
deaden scrub oak 'and other wild under
brush for clearing land, and fire soon
does the rest. Thev are esDeciallv fond
of young fruit trees and are dangerous
things to have round a young orchard.
Fred got his coats from down on the
lower Columbia and paid apiece for
A milk famine prevails in Hood River.
F. H. Button, wliose herd of thorough
bred cows supplied the town for so
many years with pure milk, has gold
his cows and turned his attention to
supplying logs for the big saw mill of
the Ivost Lake Lumber Co., of which he
is a large stockholder. It will pay some
one to start in at once supplying milk to
F. L. Rice and J. B. Nice, commis
sioners to establish the boundary line
between Oregon and Washington, stop
ped in Hood River on Wednesday while
on their way to Eastern Oregon. Mr.
Rice is from South Bend, Wash., and is
an old acquaintance of our townsmen,
iS. A. Knapp and Judge Kent.
Mrs. L. C. Davis arrived in Hood
River Monday. Mrs. Davis is a sister
to Mrs. M. V. Rand and Mrs. Harwuod.
She comes from the state of Maine and
was a delegate to the W. C. T. U. con
vention at Seattle. She will visit for
about three weeks with her relatives in
Dr. Adams bought a fine brood sow of
Mr. liockman for 15 two-thirds Poland
China. He has a full-blooded imported
China boar, said to be the finest in the
state. ' The doctor says' he is going to
try to raise hogs on clover, as even Po
land China hogs turn up their noses at
Ike Nealeigh's little four-year-old hoy,
Clinton, was kicked by a horse the other
day. The boy was chasing the horse
around the door yard, when he received
a kick that cut a severe gash in his lower
jaw. The wound wag drtTssed by Dr.
Shaw and the boy is getting along all
The Neff brothers, who are farming
Capt. Blowers ranch, formerly the
Divers place, had a piece of barley this
year that went 90 bushels to the acre,
f his ranch is noted as being one of the
best for grain in the valley. Neff Bros,
have seed barley for sale.
The trustees of the M. E. church ex
preus themselves as well pleased with
the manner in which Dallas & Spangler
have tilled their furnace contract. They
feel assured that they will have plenty
of heat at a moderate outlay for fuel.
R. Penler hi d the misfortune to break
his buggy last .Saturday. After arriv
ing home, the boy Charlie attempted
t back the buggy up to the porch o
u. il ad some shorts, when the horses
bicked too far and the circle o.i the
t mgue was broken.
J. II. Gerdes has reopened his restau.
rant and bakery. . He has also fixed up
good quarters tor lodgers .and has been
doing a good business generally. He
has a first-class oven and makes a good
quality ot Dread, pies, cakes, etc.
The wave of prosperity is still rolling
up the valley. We learn that Davis
Divers, who has been a resident of the
valley for 40 vears, has just built his
first wood shed, which was put up by
: Lost Between the Valley Christian
church and the residence of Mrs. J. E.
Dishnian, a hitching Btrap with snap
and ring, t inner, piense leave at the
Glacier office or at J. E. Dishman's
H. W. Wait and family have moved
from their ranch at Mt. Hood and are
camped on their lota in Blowers ad
dition, where they will build a residence
and occupy it for the winter.
Judge Prather has two nephews in
Gen. Funston's regiment, the 20th Kan
sas, and another nephew in the 1st Col
orado. All returned from the Philip
pines in good health.
Thos. McDonald, who is getting quite
f eble and a great care to his friend., in a
tit of absent windednesSj the other day,
dropped his false teeth in the stove and
they were destroyed.
Attorney J. L. Henderson will visit
his son at Vancouver Barracks before
his regiment sails for the Philippines.
The regiment expeeta to sail in a few
The Epworth league will give a tem
perance entertainment on Friday eve
ning Nov. 10, 1899. The programme
will appear in next week's issue.
. P. F. Fouts of The Dalles came down
Wednlay and went out to his rancfi
at Mt. Hood to gather his apple crop,
Which ia said to be very fine.
A big bulletin boartl -was put up at
Reciprocity Corner Tuesday. Prices
marked on this board will give market
rates from day to day.
Doug Langille was at Mt. Hood during
the week, gathering bulbs for Fastern
parties and putting the toll road in
shape for winter.
Mrs. F. E. Jackson and daughter
Anna spent a couple of days in The
Dalles during the week.
Mrs. H. H. Bailey lost a black cash
mere shawl, which "tli finder will please
leave at this office.
Wm. Froebe, a prosperous farmer of
Sherman county, ia visiting his friend
A. B. Jones is very low ith typhoid
fever at his home in Grand Forka", B. C.
Edgar Stevens is up from Canby for a
few days visit witfrrelativei and friends.
AVanted At A. S. Blowers fc Son, one
thousand sacks of good potatoes.
Miss Maud Parker is clerking in La
Lcvk cut or Hollow 'eea-
Mrs. H. F. Davidson went fci The
Dalles Tuetidav evening to visit Colum
hia chapter, No. 33, (. E. S. The beau
tiful floral work was the feature of the
evening. A report it promised Hood
River chapter at their next regular
meeting, iov. 4th.
C. Welds has at his shoe fchon a nota
to vine of the White Star variety with
good-sized and well formed tulerg ou
the vine, some of them grown a foot or
more above ground. He w ill plant some
of them and see what they will bring
Last Friday Mrs. Heavener, wife of
jonn iteaveuer, living near Tucker, left
on the train with six children for Port
land, where she hopes to find friends
She charges her husband with cruelty
ana says sue lias leit him lor good
Dr. Adams lias rented to N. N. Hall
and Alma, his wife, Paradise farm for a
term of years. Mr. Hall sold a fine
farm near Portland to rent of the doc
tor. The two families have been ac
quainted for years. -
Roht. Leasure of Mt. Hood added
samples of Ked Chaff spring wheat to
the Glacihb's collection of farm pro
duce. His samples show that Mt. Hood
soil is hard to beat in
Mrs. S. E. Bartmess and Mrs. O. B
Hartley went to Portland Wednesday
morning. Mrs. Bartmess will visit Mrs
J. M. C. Miller at Woodstock for a week
or ten days.
Miss Eliza Stevens arrived at Sun
Francisco October 19th and has com
menced work in the children's hospital
where she expects to graduate from as a
ii in nt. . . .
Mrs. C. T. Cari.a and son Clarence
went to Portland last Saturday. Mrs
Cams has since been quite sick and will
come home as soon as able to travel
iur. trank l awk, a progressive young
larmer and hop grower of Polk county
spent a few davs in Hood River this
week, visiting friends.
Clyde T. Bonney will pav 10 cents In
cash for all his empty lard buckets re
turned in good shape.
Chris Bartsch arrived in Hood River
Tuesday from Dawson City and is visit
ing triends here.
E. C. Mooney will take a band of
horses to Sherman county Nov. 10th.
See bis ad. .
Thanks of the Glacieb force are due
J. F. Armor for flue big Hubbard
11, .Morse, an old time insurance
man of Portland, wag in town Wednes
All the houses on Paradise farm are
now rented and paid for.
The Travers Book and Curio club
meets this Friday evening,
See the "Cracker Jack" window
cleaner at Bartmess'
John Chapman has returned from
The Gold IHscoTeries at Mt. Hood.
Peter Felthausen called at the Glacier
office last Friday and informed us that
he was the discoverer of the quartz
mines near Mt. Hood, tie said our
item of last week in regard to the dis
coveries was incorrect. He and George
inner have been prospecting on the
headwaters of Hood river for the past
two Hummers, miring last summer
thev discovered three ledjjes of gold
bearing quartz. One, which is feet
wide, assays fo.fll in gold and ' 18 cents
in silver to the ton; another assays $4.54
in gold and 21 cents in silver; and the
third $3.72 m gold and 24 cents in silver.
These mines are on the East Fork of
Hood river, southeast of Mt. Hood
They are about 15 miles from the Mt.
Hood road, starting at a point 2i' miles
nelow the Jblk lieds. A wagon road can
be made over this 15 miles without
much expense. These discoveries were
made in the latter part of August, and
since tnen the weather has been so un.
favorable that the discoverers could not
do much towards developing their finds
The ascays were made from surface
croppings, and of course it is expected
the rock will prove to be richer when
the leads are developed. Mr. Felthausen
feels highly elated over his prospects.
The marriage of Miss Winnetta M
Champlin, eldest daughter of Mrs. J.
L. Atkinson, to Mr. Albert B. Cousin
of tlvs city, was solemnized Wednesday
morning, October 18, at the residence of
the hncle s parents, 385 Third Btreet,
Rev. Huber lerguson, of the First United
Presbyterian church, officiating. Mr.
Brandt Wickersham acted as best man,
and Mies Florence Chamrli l. sister of
the bride, as bridesmaid. Only relatives
and intimate friends of the family were
present. At the close of the ceremony,
Mr. and Mrs. Cousin left for a short
trip to Victoria. Their home for the
coming winter will be in Southern Ore.
gon, where Mr. Cousin and J. L. Atkin
son have mining interests. The youn
couple are well known in this city, am
were the recipients of many handsome
gifts from their numerous friends.
At the residence of Mrs. Sarah Cam
eron, in Viento, October 19, 1899, by
M. F. Bird, J. P., Wm. E. Wheeler and
Miss Mattie Burton, both of Hood River
The many friends af the young couple
extend congratulations and wish them
bon voyage on the sea of matrimony.
At Trout Lake, Wash., October 15,
1899, F. M. Coate and Miss Annie Moore.
. .... Died. ';
In Hood River, October 24, 1899, Ivan,
ohk-st son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen,
aged 9 years . .
Congregational Church. Services
next Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7.45 p. m.
The pastor will speak at the morning
service on "Crumbs from the State As
sociation." A cordial invitation ia ex
tended to all to attend. .
U. B. Church. Preaching services at
11 a. m. and at 8 p. m. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. The Christiam Endeavor
meeting at 7 p. m., will be led by Mrs.
O. B. Hartley. The pastor's theme for
the day will be "The Great Divine As
surance." All are cordially isvited to
attend these services.
II. K. Benson, Pastor.
Elder F. W. Brampton will hold ser
vices at the Bethel A. C. church at
Tucker on Lord's day, Oct. 29th. Ser
vices in the morning at 11 o'clock, in the
evening at 7.30. All are cordially in
vited to attend.
Dr. Roberts of Los Angeles, Cali.,
preached to a larce audience last Sun.
day and Monday evenings in the Vallev
Christian church. Tuesday, he left for
The Dalles to visit his son. 'Mrs. Roberts
accompanied him. He is an able man
and handles his subject well under the
action of the Ho y Spirit. -If he should
come this way again he would receive a
The "Plow Boy Preacher," Rev. J. !
Kirkman, Belle Rive. 111.. savs."Afteri
suffering from Bronchial or lung trouble
for ten years, I was cured bvOue Minute
Cough Cure. It is all that is claimed for
it and more. It cures coughs, colds, !
grippe and ail throat and lung troubles.
Williams & Brosius. i
We have shoes that will keep your feet dry and save doctors' bills.
Remember, our prices are the hnret au4 we new M peg yur fcWea
free. Shoea are higher, but we till ge.U at old prices.
New stock of first quality Rubbers and Gum Bootg at regular prices.
Men 'a stried Worsted Pants, new and pretty patterns, great
values, at f 1.65; others, 95c to $2.50; all good values. Men's nat
ural wool Underwear, $1.60 suit, ladies $1.65. Men's good, firm cot
ton Sweaters, 60c.
Armour side Corsets, black satin, nicely finished and very strong,
usually $1.60 to $1.25, our price $1.00.
Dr. Nossah's Corsets, patent braided sides, 60c.
, Ladies' wool Hose, 25c. '
Reliable line of men 'a Hats at greatly reduced prices.
Latest styles, all new goods, lowest prices in Millinery. Any spe
cial order will be filled promptly.
THE PEOPLE S STORE.
Agents for Royal Tailoring:.
I'avenport isroa. arc putting up a
building opposite their office for a store.
They will move their stock from the
mill and have the store ii operation in
about a week. . i . ,
Mr. Noble has been at work on his
house near Scott Boorman's, on land he
purchased of Hon. J. W. Morton. The
house is nearly finished. '
Two more new dwellings are being
built at the planer. .
Mrs. Gillis Hubbard is quite sick at
fver home at the planer, .
, Graders hive commenced work on
J. W. Morton'g place. I. .
The railroad company paid D. N. Bv-
erlee $75 for right of way. for straighten
ing tne road. .
"It did me more good than anvthinff I
everused. Mydysjiepsiawasof months'
standing; after eating it was terrible.
New I am well," writes 8. B. Keener,
Hoisington, Kag., of Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. It digests what you eat. Will
iams & tirosius.
AT I,A FUASCE'B.
could be more prwtllnn than blf I,ucrlln
Dewberrlea. Yet tfioy are amy to ftow and
euy to get at Columbia Nuraery. 60e dozen.
Wanted to Trade.
A farmer de8lr?K to trade a s-tvwl ntmn fur
a juort cow. Inquire at the (JuicUt utile.
Fruit Kanch for Sale.
4U1,? acrea 2 nil lot from town' M) aern n cr.L
tlvaUoiit 1,000 apple it, nMt!y winter; new
cider press; 8 ton of hay; good mm, 2 wtynna
and farming Implement to be wild with the
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Imllen. Ore eon. Oct. 14
18!). Notice In hereby given that the follow.
Ing-niimed Hettler haa tiled notlre of bin In
tention to commute and make final nroof In
mip port of his claim, and that nald proof will
ik: luuuir nviore uie itegwicr taa ueceiver at
i ne uuiHW, uregon, on .November 21, isus, vIk
FKED r KAUTHCHY,
Of Hood lllver, Oregon, H. E. No. SI 12, for the
south y, northeast and lots I and 2. section
i, uwunnip i norm, range veaKt, w. M.
He names the rollowinr wltnemcs t prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of wiM land, viz: .
W. R. Wlnnnx, 8am Wlnani, Thomas Col
linn and O. M. Wtweler, all of Hood Rlver.Or.
oaiat j ax r. LU'.AS, KeKtater.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles. Oretron. Oct. 5.
1SSIH. Notice In hereby eiven that tho follow.
ing-named settler has filed notice of her Inten
tion to commute and make final proof In sup
port of her claim, and that said proof will be
made before the Register and Receiver at The
i mues. uregon, on Wednesday, .November ti,
1-.UC1T H. U&EKK, :
Of Hood Ulver, Oregon, H. B. No. 87 IS, lor the
nouthwest '4 southwest lA section 9, township
i north, range 11 east, W. M.
noe names tne following witnesses to prove
her continuous residence npon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
Jerome Wells, Charles Wells, Mollis Haltx
nian and K. Stuart, all of Hood Rlver.Oregon.
mi r. i.lcab. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
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Ing-named settler has filed notice of his In
tention to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
the Reginterand Receiver at The Dalles, Ore
gon, on Tuesday, November HI, MUS, vis: '
DOUGLAS CAMI'UKLLs i
Of Mohler, Oregon, H. E. No, :, for the
south southwest y section land north
southwest '4 section 10, township 2 north,
range 11 east, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, vis: . ,
james j. liewis, i,. i. uavenbort, J. T. Dav
enport and ii. D. Fisher, ail of Mnsler. Oregon.
illnlT lltrfl II'. 1 . U ( t -.
Wool lir lli Co;,
Agricultural Implement", Deere Plows,
Old Hickory agon, t'olunibtm
Buggy Co.'s Carriages,
20 acre farm at Belmont, well Improved 2,500
Z acres 3 miles from town, Kan: Hide .... 3,009
28 acres S miles from town, Kast Side 7W
bOacres miles from town.astHldc 1100
10 acres & miles from Uwa. Kaat Hide 1.1M0
20 acres 1 mile from town. West Side
a acres 1 miles from town. West Side. 800
60 acres hear the Divers ranch ... ("
20 acres near Rclmnnt chnrch.... . 2.200
ltlO acres valuable timber land
lown lots, farms to exchange, etc.
To My Friend and Patrons:
I have secured tha services of an expert me
chanic and am ready to do alt kinds of re
pairing and new work at short notice, either
by the day or by contract. I keep constantly
on hand a good stock of builders' supplies.
Including shingles, tin lulling lumber, mold
ings, lath and lime. To makt room for my
Increasing trade I have rented two rooms on
Second street and connected them with my
Oak street store, hence am better prepared
than ever to pleas my customer. wish
also to call attention to my stock of paints
and oils, as well agmy complete assortment
of furniture, which I am selling at Portland
prices and you save your freight.
Yours for business.
W. E. SHERRILL.
Farm for Sale.
choice of Hood Kiver Tfti.ey S milet oatb, of
it a! MM ..1,1 nr..
w i v diuni use HUj uivi iiit .
si A.?. riSBBOW.
A rray home, with blt. Marked U onth
rlRbt hip and left car split at the tip. A
rewurd or2.50 will be paid r (he return o(
Side Saddle for Sale.
' A Hide Haddle In good order, which wilt be
old very reasonable; ran be seen at my bonne
near inciter. Hits. ALIIE KEMf,
One of the ear! lent and bent placei to make
money on the Columbia river. Kor partic
ular! can on or aaarcaa v. WINCHKI.U.
Hay for Sale.
The bilt CitlAtltr of clover, whral and nnl
hay for rmIo at i2 a ton, t my plac. 5 mtli
wuui ui iuwo. a. W .
One mile from town; In itrawberrlea, on In
DincKoemea. one in raanoernei. uuu rruit traea
M grape vines. Mood Improvement". In
quire at tne ttooa lllver RACKET HTOIIK.
j ' vm hiuvi in tvu , vaa i vru
K. L. Hood. Consultation free. Nochmge for
If Vnur walti aMalnlrn nfU4ut
from A. M. till tf P. Uu an all n I if lit if neo
trvncriuiionB. xo cure no Dir. omc iMMira
Turkeys for Sale.
Trio of Jlronte Turkey. Apply at thlaefflce.
Heavy team for kmlnr. or truck Inr. fhr
mr uy , r.eeri. inquire 01 capt. J. 11.
Has opened In Hood Klver with a good stock
i iimiicM, ah .iiiiin ui names ana Dicy
cle repairing. In the Odd Fellows' building
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digest the food and aids
Nature in strengthen in? and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
jjspepsia, indigestion, Heartnorn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gastralgi a, Cramps, ana
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Prsporsd by C C. DtWitt Co., Cfelcag.
For sale by Williams & Brosius.
Dei-art Kr'm HOOD KIVER Akrivb
Halt lAke. Denver.
Kansas City, Kt
ana tne unt.
Walla Walla, fipo
HI Paul, Duluth,
cago and KaiL
For Han Francisco;
Every live days,
To Astoria and, wayj
ta.m. Oreeou CltT. New.
Ex. Huuday berc.Kaleni A way
W I M. A M KTTS AND
3:30 p.m. '
w auuivv tr w vwwtt
I ami wav ltt.nlfn
Willamette River. 4::r.m.
Portland to Corval-Tues.. Thur.
lis way landings. and au
Rlparla to lwlston
W. II. HUUI.BtjRT.
Oen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or
E. B. Ci.akk, Agent, Hood River.
Through Freight and
DailrbsL Dallss and FertlriEd
Ail Freight win uome Through
Leave The Dalles-
...7.00 A. if.
...7 00 A. M.
One wy- $1 50
Hound trip.. .. 2 60
Freight Rates Greatly Reduced
W. C. ALLAWAY, Oenenil Ajrent,
THE DALLES, OTECON
oil lio Liuo
t, '. : ""'- t-J
bone & Mcdonald
CARRY A FULL LINK OF
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
LADIES1 AND GENTLEMEN'S UOTERWEAl
U'liMt we will netl at live and let live prkes.
Agents for Osborne
Chas. N. Clarke, Agt.. at the Glacier Pharmacy.
o lo him for pure fresh Drags, Patent Medicines and Wall Paper. Prescrlutloni and
Family Recipes a specialty.
TTTriTJ L1QrP THTin'T7'Q reallaed; returas made fxxwnptly. OonsUnmenl a
lAVJXAXiO X JCXXJIUQ lldted and liberal advances made. We also pur
chase lanre quantities of fruit for cunning imrposes.
Ail Sloan of rruit axes and crates on hand,
Htudebaker Waion and ftprlne Waeons:
ton Cluuier l'lows. Harrows and Dlsra: lladitcr
and are sold at as low prices as are charged lor
examine the goods.
GEO. P. CROWELL
fSuccessor to E. L. Smith Oldest Established House In the valley.' -.
IDx-y G-ood-s, Clotlb-irigr,
Flour, Feed, Etc., Etc. ;;
HOOD RIVER. - -
GEO. T. PRATHER,
Justice of the Pcaee 1
fur Hood Itivtr District
I am nreparcd at all times to draw andlexceute Deeds and Morteazcs. and all kinds of le
gal papers carefully prepared.
I am also prepared on short notice to furnlnh
and strongest Insurance com pan tes; so If you want your property insured don't fall to call m
me and get a policy In a reliable Insurance company. -
And when It comes to Heal Estate. I am the
or rent any land In Hood lllver valley or White
also negotiate loanson real estate. I have been
therefore am thoroughly acquainted witn tne
The licst results you muat use tlie best materials. The
HOOD RIVER PHARMACY continues to be up. to
dute in everything iu the Drug line. m
bpraying materials warranted the pure stuff.
WILLIAMS & BROSIUS.1
Timber Iind, Act June S, 187ft.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Mate Land Office, The Palles, Ore
gon, Hpt. 6. IWIK. Notice is hereby given
that In compliance with the provisions of the
act of congress of June S, 1R78. entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lands In the Htntesof
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory," the followlng-ni med persons have
this day filed in this omoe tneir sworn state
ments, to wlb
FRED K. SIMPSON,
Of Hood River, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, sworn statement No. lo, for the pur
chase of the nortli X northeast 1, southwest
nonneast w. ana lot . section 7. townsnip i
north, range i east, W. M.
Of Hood River, ooun'.y of Waiwo, state of Ore
gon, sworn statement No. 140, for the pur
chase of the south southwest H section,
southeast Vt southeaHt 14 section 0, and north
west northwest : section 8, township 2
north, rauge 9 east, W. M.
That they will offer proof to show that the
land sought la more valuable for Its timber or
atone than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish their claims to said land before the
Register and Henetver of this office at The
f hiTles, Oregon, on Saturday, the IKtli day of
Witnesses: O. B. Hartley, W. B. MeOrory,
Perry McCrory, Kred K. Hltnpsoii and Hub
bard Taylor, all of Hood River, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to tile
their elelms In this office on or before said 18th
day of November, 19.
siinlO JAY P. LUCAfr, Register.
Pasture for Stock.
I will pasture a limited number of horsea
and cattle at Riverside Karm from and alter
Hvpt IB to No. 1'l IMS. Terms:
Horses per month, in advance. fl 50
Cows per month . 1 U)
I will not be responsible for any kind of ac
cidents or losses. J. W. MORTON.
All persons knowing themselves indebted
to me are respectfully asked to call and set
tle. My books have been left with my suc
cessor, H.O. Everhart, who ka authorised to
eolieet (or me and give receipts.
C. U OOPPf ,E.
Horses for Sale.
Tour good horses and good farm wagon for
sale. Inquire at this office or of
815 . C. H. LUTHER.
a.. . v-'
Mowers and Reapers.
In the estimation of
rracucai fainurs. .
Every gallon of ' " -
win cover 300 or more square '
feet of surface in average con
dition, two coats to the gallon. "
Every gallon is 4 full U. S. "
standard measure. It is made
to Paint Buildings with. It'';
is the best and most durable 1
xiouse traiat made.
come and see us; we mean ausuwws.
DAVIDSON FRUIT CO.
Planet Jr. Garden Tools and CultlvetaM: fan
Hprlne Tooth lliirrown. These are the best
cheaper grades of tools. Oet our prices a4
- - - - OREGOrt
Notary rublic jfor
Oregon. " ...
correct Abtttracts. Also renrenent theoldwnV
ewe ym want to see. If vou want to buv. sell
Salmon, dnax (ail tocall on or write tome. I
a resident of Hood Mvrr valley for IV years.
valley. uwi. 1. ruATHr.lt, iioad Klver.
(Timber Ijtnd, Act June 3, 1878.J
NOTICE FPU PUBLICATION.
United Htntcs 1 And Office, The Dalles, Ore- '
gon, Aug. 10, IKM. Notice Is hereby given '
that In compliance with the provisions of tho
act of congress of June 8, W7S, entitled "An
act for the sate of Umber lands In tite MtaAes of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Of Hood Klver, eonnty of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, has this day filed ia this office her sworn
statement. No. 141, fur tiM purchase of the
north i southeast i and north 4 eoothwest .
of section No. 2L in township No. I north,
range No. 9 eat, Vi . Xf .. and will offer proof to
how that the land sought a more valnable
for Its timber or stone than forairrieultural
fmrposes, and to establfHh her ciaim to said
and before the Register and Receiver at th( '
office at The Dalles, Oregon, on Haturday, the
lith day of November, lme, . . ;.
Hhe names as wltnesitrs: W. R. Wlnans, fl.
Bradley, J. Ij. Henderson and Harry Wyatt,
all of Hood River, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely tlte
above-described lands are requested lo file,
their claims In this office on or before an 14
11th day of November, 1K09. -8n
10 . J A YJ'.J.UCAJegjster1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Iand Office at Vancouver, Wash., Oct. .
WW. Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has tiled notice of his In
tention to make final proof in support of hia
claim, and thai wild proof will be made before
the Register and Receiver IT. H. fnd Oflk-eat
Vancouver, Wash., on Tuesday, November 21.
JAMES MORGAN, . .
II. E. No. 9791, for south half of northeast ,
quarter and north half of southeast quarter
section nine, township three north, range
twelve east, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove .
his continuous residence upon and eultiva- '
Hon of said land, viz: ,
Thomns M. Whitcomb, Joseph Chamber
lln, William Iaton and Thomas Kroning, ail '
of l,yle P.O., Washington. .
oltnl7 i W. It. DUNBAR, Register5
Clubbing Offer. ; .
All subscribers to the O lacier who pay In
advance and 50c additional Can have ftie
Twice-a-week Kepufalic or the Toledo Blade
seat to their address for one year... . . ,
Poland China Boar.
One year old. Service II m
3. C. BOOOS.