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Sfood Iiver Slacier
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1819.
BRIEF LOCAL JUTTEttH.
Bamboo furniture at Bartmesa
U. of 0. glee dub, The Dalles, Dec. 28.
Rockers, cheap aa the cheapest, at
Grand Ball of the Hood River cornet
band Deo. 27.
Havej you seen Bartmesa' fine golden
oak writing desks.
Win. Graham ia assistant at Ever
Clyde T. Bonney spent Monday of this
week in Portland.
See those fine golden oak Xmas
rocker at BartmusH'.
V. j. Smith and daughter came upon
the train Wednesday.
Lxcentioiuuly low prices on carpet at
Bart mens furniture store.
M. F. Bird, the dispenser of justice at
Viento, Was in town on Tuesday.
Mrs. Win. Rankin ia lying dangerous
ly sick at (lie homo ot Jos. Purser.
Miss Ida Fo returned on Sunday
from a twg-weeks visit to Portland.
Judge Hi'nry made a trip n Portland
during tlieweek, returning Wed lenlav
Evurhart' store wan eloned part of tin
day last Thursday on account of the ill
nesa of the proprietor.
A. H. Ruhm, who has been at work for
Solum & Co. at btevenson, in the logging
camp, came homo lata Saturday
Capt. Coe received f250 damages for
excavating done on his premises by the
railroad ana f.iou tor right ot way
A fine line of fanny candies for the
holidays can be found at W. B. Cole's
confectionary home-made and ini
Prof. C. D. Thompson received a nice
letter of thanks from Sunt. Gardner fur
the donations sent from Hood River for
the Children's Home in Portland.
Dr. F. C. Brosiua has returned and
can be found in bis office ovsr Williams
& Brosiua' drugstore, between the hours
of 10-11 a. m., i-i and tw p. in.
S. J. l.aFrauce has the most complete
line of Chratnma goods ever brought u
Hood Kiver. Persons buying early will
have a greater variety to select from
45 acres suitable for fruit and dairv
ranch. iW acres well improved. Choic.
acreage tract in town, for
E. E. Havaok.
At the next regular communication of
the Eastern Star, Dec. 23, all members
are requested to be present at I;I1U p. ni
AIRS. fcVA IS, JIAYXES, , M
Geo. II. Xicolai has purchased the
river front and rvoral acres snuthof the
railroad track of' the place of R. S. An
The II od River cornet band will give
a Brand ball at the armorv next Wed
neiday evening, proceed to go towards
iinyuu an instructor lor trie uaua
A. G. AmeK and David Fleming have
rented the I) ir armorv hall and will
open a skating rmk, ltd it week. The
rink will be oucu three nitfhts in the
Cant. Dukes was eiuasjd on Monday
H-ith a team and scraper, moving gravel
from the b i ii!e on Second street to
places in the streets where it was mos
L. D, Blount has been heard from
again. He is now visiting his daughter!
jn Kansas ami e . poets to come to the
coast before long and to Hood River in
E. Locke has purchased the Childers
place, on the Vashington side of the
Columbia river, and is now engaged in
building a boat to make trips to his new
E. L. Gregg and Mr. Stratton arrived
liera last week fmtn Wisconsin. Mr.
U regit is an old soid.er, having servtd in
the 2d I iwa cawiiry during the war ot
the reii;l on.
The II d R'cer students at Eugenu,
Corvallis, l ..mm nit h and Portland are
all eipected home to spend the holida, s.
Thev will arrive on the 10:i(i tra.n this
Mrs. Jesse Imhlcr lost a crochetted
lace cape at The Dalles, Dec. 5th. The
find :t will hi reward.-d b receiving one
dollar.h sending the cape by express
C. O. D. to Mrs. A. E. Imble.r, Tilla
A new manufactory has opened up in
Hood R.ver. Andrews & Co. are en-
uiiiwrl in niiinnfiieturiiiL' a iflue that is
warranted to mend broken glar-s, china,
furniture, leather, meerschaum, etc
This gUie is for sale at 25c a bottle.
J. L. Henderson made sale of An tone
Wise's nlace. last week, to Joseph J
Jordan of Goebel. Or. Mr. ise gets
two small places at. Goebel and H'SUO to
boot. Mr. Jordan and family, consisting
of wife and two daughters, will soon
come to their new home at Hood R.ver,
and Mr. and Mrs. Wise will take up
their ubodo at Goebel.
The two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Hackett died last Sundav in Port
land,' where it was taken last Thursday
by lta parents and Dr. Watt. An oper
ation was performed to remove a sarcoma
of the kidnev, a growth of only a few
weeks but as large as the child's head.
The child had been in usual good health
up to a month ago.
AhioS. Watt, father of our townsman,
Dr. J. F. Watt, furnished the Yamhil
Reporter with an interesting historical
relic, being the docket for the .March
term of the circuit court in Yamhill
county in ItSiU, the first court held under
the civil government of the United
States on the Pacific coast. Of the par.
ties litigant iu 17 cases only two are now
living. , .
The entertainment given at the Val
ley Christian church, last Friday even
ing, for the benefit of the Barrett school
library and bell fund, was a success
rinnnelnllv mill HVerV Other V. lllU
........ t,t tlio pvpniniF nmounted to
tn:23. The house was filled to its ut
most, showing the wisdom of not hold,
ing the entertainment in the school
house, which is not roomy enough. Ail
the Barrett school children were ad
A 'verv pleasant surprise party was
given Mrs. Harry Haekett on Tuesday of
last ' week. The occasion was
jnerry crowd of neighbors gathered and
the hours ghded swiftly. Those present
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hackett,
Mr; and Mrs. J- Wicklmm, Mr . ni
n! Mi- nnnn. Grandpa Hackett,
1W1 Cranner. Nellia Wiokham
The big powder magazine belonging
to xne rn-uruau bii"" ,
bottom below Uwn, J yards north o
l, ru.lr.aitl track, was reporteu
o , ha dansrerous.
iiiarbiiai violet" , , - j
r,...t, . .n,,;t. it is said, is siortu
-:: :::: ..v im town if
. . ..ii.. i,.,i.i at nlace. "lie
.5... .i.:t. !... nn d:lll!rer. the au
come niniK incio r . .,,
.k.u; ok ruartv tn order iu remoxal
if some one will make complaint
i.,.,o, .hnni.t tie made
llllllk Iran. , I
mouut of explosives kept oa hana.
A section of Rocky Mountain weather
moved (low n on Hood River valley last
ween, i nursday evening tho first snow
storm of the season put in an appear
ance. Friday morning about six inches
of beautiful snow covered our streets.
It was a wet snow and clung to the
trees, producing au effect to delight the
eye of lovers of winter scenes. By Mon
day the snow had disappeared from our
sireeis out remained throughout the
valley to the depth of about six inches.
.Monday evening it turned cold. Tues
day nioruing tho thermometer marked
24 degrees above zero. Another licht
fall of snow occurred Wednesday morn
ing.and during the day it turned to rain.
Thursday morning a coating of ice
covered the streets and sidewalks, and
jiedeatnans found locomotion precarious.
The Young Men's Institute and Ath
letic Association is a new organization for
noou Kiver. 1 tie object of the club is a
worthy one, as will be seen from the
preamble to the constitution adopted, as
lollows: "We, the undersigned, for the
iniprovenientuf our physical, intellec
tual and moral well being, do hereb !
ordain and establish this constitution
for the government of our association."
1 he olhcers of the club are as follows:
David Fleming, president; Chaa. Tos-
tevin, vice president; A. J. Ames, treas
urer: Leon Llrich, secretary; C. D.
Thompson, corresiwmding secretary;
board of directors, Rev. E. E. Fix, Rev.
H. K. Benson, Prof. C. D. Thompson.
The club has engaged tho big armorv
lor g mnastie e erc ses.
C. L. Rogers had a runaway Tuesday,
but without mtuius results. He had
hitched up his double team and it stooo
in front ot his residence, tied, when n
loose horse came along and ran between
the team and the hitching post. The
team started and ran towards town but
returned, and as they neared home the
pole of the buggy struck a tree and it
was broken in three pieces. Tho har
noss also broke, but the horses escaped
New Year.s Dinner The ladies of the
Congregational church will give a New
tear s dinner (Monday, Jan. 1st) at the
Rand store building, lately vacated by
A. H. Blowers & Son. Dinner will be
served from 12 to 2 o'clock, and supper
from 5 to 7. The public will be served
at well-laden inviting tables for 25 cents,
children under 12 years, 15c. Home
made candies, etc. will be for sale. The
committee on entertainment will pro
vide attractive social features for the
F- S. Perry of Portland came up nn
Monday for a visit with his parents and
other relatives for a few days. Mr.
Perry is now employed in Wren's trunk
and box factory, where he has a good
situation and has become proficient as a
workman. Ho says he has learned a
good trade since leaving Hood River a
year and a half ago. He finds many
changes in Hood River in the short time
he has been away.
Mrs. S. E. Bartmess, Mrs. W. F.
Bartmees, Aldine and Lloyd Bartmess
went to Portland Wednesday morning
to meet Earl and Meigs Bartmess, who
came up from Corvallis college to spend
the holidays at home. The boys came
home a couple of days earlier than they
expected, to enjoy the visit of their rela
tives irom Indiana, wno win return
home on Christmas day.
The many friends of J. D. Williams
will be sorry to learn that he lies dan
gerousl ill at his mother's home in
Falls City, Oregon. He has been sick
for six months, but had got so he could
be around, when he was taken with
relnuse. from which it is feared he will
J. M. Cubberlv. instructor for the
Hood River cornet band, went to The
Dullea on Tuesday to secure suitable
music for the grand ball to come off
next Wednesday, Dec. 27th. Nothing
will be left undone to make this ball the
great event of the season.
A oound party will be given at Mrs
R. R. Irwin's Friday evening, Dec. 2Uth,
for the benefit ot liev. frana epauiuing,
F.i-uri'ViiKi v romfi and bring vour pounds,
A musical programme will De rendered.
Cuke and coffee will be served for the
small sum ot 10c. Com.
Congregational Church. Services next
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. m. Sub
ject at morning service, "Star of Beth
lehem." C. E. service at 7. Leader,
F. B. Barnes. The lad.es' aid society
will meet at Mrs. Herahner's on Friday
Fifty-five head of nice mutton sheep
came down on the boat Wednesday
morning for Clyde T. Bonney's meat
market. They came from south of The
Dalies and were bought by Mr. Bonney
in The Dalles stock jards.
Don't engage New ear's dinner any
niacj nor eat them at home come to
u. old stiind of R. Rand & Son, where
the lad es of the Congregational church
will serve sumptuous dinners tor Joe
Trunk Noble was over from White
Salmon on ednerday. Frank was
Ti.h Dalles the night that Ramsey wa
brought in fatally injured, and he help
to care tor him ana siaia up an nigui.
l"mir,d. M. P. Ncff brought to this
..fliiv on Tuesdav a pocket book contain
ini? a sum of money, which ne iounu on
the road near Tucker. Owner can huv
the same by calling at tins otnee.
Or. Shaw has purchased the vacant
..mHst. of the M. E. church. N. W
Bone bought the lots, just north of the
church. Both purchasers will build
elegant residences in the spring.
Vrn.1 Underwood and i-d Wyers
Xhmnka. on their way to Coos nay.
stopped over in Hood River, Monday, to
uniit .iniiife ana iura. l,. ucui y, uw"
" o - -
t ,m1 VAWh Mulkins wa nun
tl.o r.lin.,1 nliiv trround on luesday Dy
being run ovsr uy a Doy s sieu. iici icg
was injured so that she had to be car
Katie Sinnott. who is a student
iKt Mnrv'g academy at The Dalles, is
home for the holidays. She will resume
hr studies alter iew tears.
v T? l.vnn was in town Wed.
nesdav for the first time since her late
accident. Her childreu are recovering
t'rom the catarrhal fever.
V. H. Button came "P from Portland
h. h.iut on Monday, where he had bee
to engage men to work in
mmu at Stevenson.
i t t iWshner ia assistina Post
Vat during the busy holiday
t.mes and the making out of quarterly
" 'Harvey Scott,' or the Orejonian on
n..on IUiIp." was the subject ot Kev
C. D. Nickelseu'i sermon at Heppuer
- xt AiDermott. who acted as nurse
for Mrs. Prindte at Mt. Hood, went to
Portland on Wednesday and will go to
w K Bartmess went to Eugene on
Tuesdav to visit W. O. Zeigler and tarn
t v and other acquaintances
r,rT Smith, brother-in-law of Geo. II
v;..ioi una taken sick and went to
Vast Portland last week.
til you see the Xmaa
rlnlnv at Bartmesa .
Blodgett, the harness man, has moved
to Southern Oregon.
J. B. Hunt has moved into the Champ-
0 say 1 Xma doll buggies at Bartmesa
Rev. J. L. llershner exchanged pul
pits with Rev. Poling of tho Congrega
tional church at The Dalles last Sunday.
Mr. Poling gave two eloquent sermons.
The Mountaineer says Kev. llershner
delivered two excellent sermons.
Jerome Wells was iu town Monday.
While everything was frozen up in town,
with everybody shivering, ho reported
mild weather on the hills and a misty
Miss Fay La France returned home
Wednesday evening from Corvallis col
lege to spend the holidays.
East Hood Kiver.
Jackson & Silliniun'a new horse power
drag saw ia said to be a great success,
two men doing tho work ot eight in the
Some of our grain, which has reached
a height of near two feet, tinda difficulty
holding up ita head under the present
light snow. What will become ot it if it
happens to get buried a foot or two? is a
question which concerns a number of
Remember the basket social to be held
at fine Grove school house thisrriday
evening. The ladies of the district are
working at a lively rate to make it not
only a success but an enjoyable occasion
10 all who attend. As was before an
nounced, the money received will be
used to buy a bell.
Will Sears is hauling lumber to build
a house on his lo-acre tract near
Grandfather Monroe's 81 winters still
rest tiuiilly upou tutu, but sujcu the
u.i inur u-.iia vi la. huuse, JuUn Kubiu
sou, uiuvtd away, lie lias naturally leu
somewhat lonesome. Anyone wishing
lo tucuru three good rooms and a h re
place can lease niein from him on very
Although the snow at this writing
(Dec. 19th) is not very deep, prudent
stock owners are running in strays and
making ready tor a ' spell o weather.
Goo. Knapp finished the new house
for V. W inchell last week, and on Mon
day left for Ins homo at Gorman, bher-
an county, w here he expects to remain
the winter. Mr. Knapp a sympa
thies in the African war are strongly
ith the Boers. Ho says, when a big
og jumps onto a smaller one ho likes to
see the big dog get licked.
V. Winchell took a band of horses to
ight Mile, last week, to be wintered
here horse feed is cheaper than it is in
Hood River. Doc has been offered a job
on tho railroad and thinks he may ac
Death of A. II. Tieinan.
A telephone message to Ed Williams
from Mt. Hood Thursday morning an
nounced the death of A. II. Tieman at
home at Mt. Hood, Oregon, at 0
'clock a. ni., Dec. 21st. Mr. Tieman
had been in poor health since last sum
mer, at which time he had a very seri
ous spell of sickness, but he hud re
covered and it was supposed that the old
gentleman had regained his accustomed
good health. Deceased was a pioneer of
Uuod Jtiver valley, in early mo ne
served in the U. 8. navy.
Ho was a good citizen, respected by
all who knew him. Ilia age was about
83. The Masonic lodge of Hood River,
f which he was an honored member.
will take charge of the funeral, tho date
of which has not been announced.
We don't sell them but will give you such bargains that you can
get your turkey with the money aaved.
Irresistable values in solid gold and gole-filled Rings, Chaius,
Bracelets, Cuff Links, etc., etc.
Heavy reductions on these goods and nothing more acceptable for
it Christmas present.
Can save half a turkey on most any of our ladies' Trimmed Hats;
also, Golfs, Walkers and Children's Hats and Caps at heavy re
ductions. Men's Fedoras, in black, brown and pearl, $1.50 up. New style
Crusher, regular 1.75 value at $1.25.
Men's embroidered plush Slippers, very pretty and always ap
preciated, and ladies' fancy felt Juliets.
New and elegant line of gents and ladies' Ties, latest and pret
tiest. Fascinators, Gloves, Shoes, Mittens can't enumerate everything,
but see our windows and call In. We are well supplied w ith all kinds
of useful presents.
THIT PEOPLE'S STORE.
Acronta fnr thn Roval Tailors. Thev Have Clothed Over Six
Editor Glacier : I notice in your last
issue a statement from Clyde T. Bonney
in which he denies ever having advised
any young man to buy liquor from R. E.
Few'el. As you gave hint room for his
statement I think I am justly entitled to
the same consideration at your hands,
as I am the young man he refers to.
Shortly before the city election Mr. Bon
ney askod,mc how old I was. I replied,
nineteen. ' He then said, "It would be
a good scheme for me to go down to
Fewel's and buy liquor, that he might
be prosecuted for selling to minors." He
may not call this advising me to buy
liquor, but it is certainly suggesting it.
I regret very much that Mr. Bonney has
seen fit to rush into print over this mat
ter, but I cannot let a reflection of this
sort pass unnoticed. The above state
ment is a tact, and i, am prepareu to
make an affidavit to that effect.
Sam M. Blowehb.
Northwest Fruit Growers.' Association.
The next annual meeting of the above
ssociation will be held in the. city of
Tacoma, Wash., on the 16th, 17th and
18th of January next. The programme
is not yet complete and we can only give
some of the valuable papers that will be
presented, as follows: Fruit Growers'
Organization, II. B. Miller, president of
Oregon state board of horticulture;
loreign Markets, 11. h. Dosch, secre
tary Oregon state board of horticulture;
Jams and Preserves, J. O. Scoby, Olym-
pia; Canning and Canneries, 11. It.
Gregg, Chicago; 1-ruit inspection in
.Montana Markets, B. vv. ornery, uoze-
man; iNew Horticulture, rroi. j. a.
Balnier, Pullman, Wash.; Liming
Soils. Thos. Sharpe. British Columbia.
The committee would like to nave
some one give tno experience oi tne
Hood River Fruit Growers Lnion in
methods and results.
A representative of the Oriental
steamers running to Japan will bo pres
ent and explain conditions of markets in
Janan. and Capt. Fife will give infor
mation relative to rnuippines.
The North Pacific railroad company
has made a rate of one and one-nfth
fares from Portland, and it is hoped
that eeveral Hood River fruit growers
will attend. E. L. Smith,
Vice President for Oregon
U. of 0. (ilec Club.
The glee club of the University of Ore
gon will make its annual Christmas tour
of the state this year through the towns
of Eastern Oregon and Washington, and
wiil eive a concert at lhe Dalles on
Thursday evening, the 28th inst. This
will be a treat for me people oi ine
Dalles, and one of which Hood Riverites
ran take advantage. The club is com
nosed of lt young men of the state uni
versity wno can oe reuea upon 10 give
something not heard every day. Col-
.'ge glee clubs have that spirit and vim
found in no other class of singers, and
the U. ot O. glee club is reputed equaf
to the best. .
At the Congregational Church.
The Christmas exercises of the Con
gregational Sabbath, school will be held
Saturday evening, Dec. 23d, at 7.45 :
Song, "Joy to the World" Congregation.
i riiver ou.ci mt-u.ciii.
Aduressof welcome...- Grace i'mlher.
KiHiUbtlon'A Christina Blessing "
Exercise By 18 children.
Kiicilatlivi. ' lilly, Isn't Christmas Jolly?"
Keel union i'lc ' .
Kiclittitim - Mnry Armor.
muiik M i lo i ederick.
Keelutiion. "Long iigo on Christmas"
Exeic.se, "Away in a Manger'' ....
...Susie HHll,ifa7.el ulinner.Lenore Adam.
Keoitation, "A buy 's Complaint"
Keciialiim'SanlH's MUittke."....Ueoige Howe.
King exeiui!M."Pra!seilim" By S girl.
UBciutUiu,"! 'rouble Ahead."
ruet . Agnes taiKes and Carrie topple.
Rec'ilation,"Cliristmas in fnunyland.". ...
' Clara Hlylhe.
After which Santa Claus will be
present and shake the tree, hoping
presents and good cheer will fall for
Christmas services will be conducted
by the pastor, Rev. J. L. llershner, at
U a.m. Following is the order of service
a. tituria fairt.
4. Anthem. Voice of Jestu" (Gabriel), Choi.
V koTM.iiMiv SU'rintui.
fc. Antliem, "TUe Angels' Song" (Gabriel),
.. i-criptnre Lesson.
i. Anliiem. "Bethlehem" (Bartlett), choir.
10. tMln,"T lie Holy City' (Adains),Mrs. 1'. 8.
11 OOWUiry Dnet, "Carol of Bethlehem
(Jacksoro, .Mis. P. S. Davidson and Mrs. H. C.
To Cure Cold in 0w Day.
Take Laxative Bromo QcinineTabiits.
All drnirctsts refund the money if It fails to
cure. L. W. Grove's signature is oa each box.
J. J. Luckev has been confined to his
house during the week witn tne grip.
In Hood River valley, Dec. 13, 1809, to
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rankin, a daughter
In Hood River valley, Dec. 20, 1899,
to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Boardman. a son.
New Eye Tester.
I have a new eve tester and enn fit elaiws
for all eves not requiring ground glasses. My
suek of Jewelry and waU-hes for the holiday
trade will ue lull ana cimiim-iw.
dfj i.ha. ir.Jiri.r.
Chickens for Sale.
As I have concluded to make but one breed.
is pen of White Bramahs, have some choice
stock for mile.
k. D. CALKINS.
Farm for Sale.
m acrca. nenrlv all In cultivation. The very
choice of Hood 'Kiver valley: 2 miles south ot
town. Make mo any old oner.
a A.H. UlSliKUW
Wanted to Trade.
For n farm near Hood River. 10 acres Ital
Inn nnines7 vears old near sttlverton, Marlon
countv. audi house lot fiflxXK) on Williams
avenue and Going sts., I'.asl fortland. C
DALY, 4Ui Hall street, Portland.
If vour walls are slek or mutilated, call oi
E. L. flood. Consultation free. Nfx'hmge Tor
prescriptions. No cure no pay. Olllee hours
from ft A. M. till tf P. M., una all night If nec
announce to tne puri
ne that I am nreuured to do all kinds ol piai
I would respectfully
In Portland. Sunday. Dec. 17, 1899,
Dorsey Scott Crapper, aged 2 years, 2
months and 15 days. The funeral ser-
lce w as held at the home of its parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harrv A. Hackett, in
Hood River valley. Burial at Idlewilde.
"One Minute CJfT-Cure is the best
remedy I ever used for coughs and colds.
t.j t i :...., r'K;u.
ills urieooaieu mr wnuujun nmiiii.uimu
ren all like it, "writes H.N.Williams.Gen
tryville, Ind. Never fails. It is the only
harmless remedythat gives immediate re
sults. Cures coughs, colds, hoarseness,
croup, pneumonia, bronchitis and all
throat and lung troubles.Its early use pre
vents consumption. Williams & Brosius.
CORRECTED BV RAND A STEWART.
Flour, Goldendale Diamond, per sk, 80
Flour, Peacock, per sfe o
Flour, Dalles Diamond, perbbl 3 50
Bran, per 100 ihs 90
Bran and Shorts, per 100 B s 05
Shorts, per 100 lbs 1 00
Barley, per 100 lbs 1 25
Hams 12,Wcto lb
Lard 5s, 55c; 10s 1 10
Potatoes, tier 100 lbs 05c to 75
Onions, per 100 His 1 00
Cabbage, per 100 lbs :.- 75c to 85
Pumpkins, per 100 Bis 75c to 1 00
Squash and Beets, per 100 fts. 90c to 1 00
Carrott and Turnips, per 100 fcs. . . .1 00
Lemons, per dozen zoc to
Apples, fall, per box 50c to 1 00
Apples, winter, per box $1.25 to 1 50
Cranberries, per gal 40
Butter, fancy . 50
Coffee, fancy blended roast 30
Coffee, choice roasted 16,M
Coffee, Arbuckles and Lions 15
Sugar, dry granulated, per sk 5 25
Sugar, extra C, per sk -4 75
and fancy sewlnir and dressmaking at my
rooms In the U. B. parsona-fe.
nl24 MISS LKTHK 11IEMTAND,
bone & Mcdonald
HOOD KIVER, OREGON.
In the estimation of
Every gallon of
will cover 300 or more square
ieet of fiurface in average con
iditton, two coats to the gallon.
Every gallon is a full U. S.
standard measure. It is made
to Taint Buildings with. It
is the best and most durable
House Faint made.
Chas. N. Clarke, Agt., at the Glacier Pharmacy,
flo to him for pure fresh Drugs, l'ateut Medicines and Mall Taper. I'rcscrlptlous aua
Kainlly Keclpesa specialty.
On all kinfls of FurnitorB, Carpets, Wall Paiier, Btc.
I i hallence any one to get lower prices on House Furnishing Goods than 1
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Hpeciai ngures given u uumuub
S. E. BARTMESS.
Canaries for Sale.
German Linnet and Chinese Oinarles for
iale by LKNA C. EVANS.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature In strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it In efficiency. It In
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
all other resultsof Imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C DeWItt A Co., Chicago.
For sale by Williams & Brosius.
GEO. P. CROWEIX,
Successor to E. L. Smith-Oldest Established House In th valley.
TDx-y G-ood-C, Clotli-ingr,
Flour. Feed, Etc., Etc.
HOOD RIVER, -
Ask to see the
Silk and Woolen Mittens
Scarcely an order noes out from the Colum
bia Nursery but what has in it some trees,
vines or plants put in without a charge.
What will you have?
Davidson Fruit Co.,
Hood River's Famous
Packers of the
Hood River Brand of
Boxes and Fruit Pack
Fertilizers and Agricul
frH as TMT
10: ft) p.m.
Salt Lake, Denver,
Kansas City, Ht.
and the bast.
Walla Walla, Spo-
SI Paul, JJuluth,
cago and East.
for Han r ranetseo
Sail fee. 3. 8, 13tlS,i
23, 2i,& every 5 days.
To Astoria and way
Willamette River. 4:30 p.m.
Oreeon City, New- Ex-Sunday.
herg,ftiein at way
u-tt t AMtrTTF. Avn 3:tl0n.m
Yamhii.i. Kivrrh'Moii, Wed
Oregon City.Dayton: and Fri.
and way landings.:
UMiiameiU! River. 4:30 r.m.
Portland to Corval-Mon., Wed
lis way landings.: and Fri,
SSAKB RiVKB. 8::a.m.
Itlnnrla to Iwlslonl daily.
W. H. HURLBIj RT.
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or
Baolby, Agent, Hood River.
TTnKori states fjtnd Office. The Dalles. Ore,
nee. s. 1SWM. A sufficient contest affidavit
k.rin. hwn Hind In this ofT"ioe hv Hiram J
Hess, contestant, against Homestead Entry
No 4423, made June 3, f2, for southwest
Aiinn i inirnhin i south, ranire 10 eaU by
William' A. HalltnVld. contests, in which It
i. uiik. ih.i ... ih William A. Hallltield has
wholly abandoned said tract and changed his
residence therefrom lor at least seven years.
and that such lallure sun esisu.; aim mm no
did not ahandon said tract to enter the mil
itary or naval servtes of the United Suites in
time of war said parties are hereby notified
to appear, respond n1 ofl,T vluui touch
ing said allegation nt 10 o clock, a. m. on Jan.
2 MO before the Hoglster and Keceiver at
the I'nited States Land Office In The Dalles,
The said contestant having, lo a proper af
fidavit. Bled Dec. f. t forth facta which
show that after du diligence, personal ser
vice of this notice can not be made, it is here
tv ordered and directed that snch notice be
eiven by due and proper publication.
dsjij JaVP. LUCAS, Register.
United States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
Kr.u si. tsflfl A sufficient contest affi
davit having been Hied in this office by Ar
thur P. Holmes, conu-siant, winl
stead Entry No. 4N0I, made August 12, ltt, for
northwest M section 24, township 2 north,
range 11 east, bv Joseph Schmitt, contestee. in
nhioh li Is alleeed that said Joseph Schmitt
has wholly abandoned said land for more
thun cii vears last mist: that he has not com
plied with the homstead law since making
said entry in settlement or Improvements;
that the absence of said Joseph schmitt from
. l. . . ... u.Aa panujl hv. his .mnlnvmpnt
in the army or nival servU of the Ini ted
smiH in lime of war. said nartles are herehy
notified to appear, respond and offer
ctrifnc. touchine said allegation at
in n'oiru-k a. m. on January 13, lflOO,
before Oeo. T. Prather, V. S. Commts-
jw at his office at Hood River. Orego
(and that final hearing will be held at 10
o'clock a. m. on Jannary 17, WW uetorei tne
Register and Receiver at the United (states
i na rtfli.-n in The DhIUm. Oregon.
The said contestant havlne, in a proper af
fidavit, filed November 24, ltS-9, set forth fact
which show that after due diligence, personal
u,vii.n( this notice can not be made, it is
hereby ordered and directed that such notice
be elven by aue ana pniwrpuui;.
dlja JAY P. LUCAS, Regtster.
At Priither's corner we have opened a tine line of Drew
Goods, Miillinery, Stationery, School Supplies, Candies, CigarB,
Groceries and Notwns. Our
5 and 10c Counters
will interest you. Everything new, neat and clean.
S. H. COX.
To My Friends and ratrom:
I have secured the services of an expert me
chanic and am ready to do all kinds of re
pairing and new work at short notice, eitner
by the day or by contract. I keep constantly
on hand a good stock or buiiaers suppn,
including shingles, finishing lumber, morn
ings, lath and lime. To make room for my
increasing trade I have rented two rooms on
Second street and connected them with my
Ouk street store, hence am better prepared
than ever to please my customers, i wisn
also to call attention to my stock or paints
and oils, as well as my complete assortment
of furniture, which I am selling at Portland
prices and you save your freight.
Yours Tor business,
W. E. SHERRILL.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancou ver, Wash., Nov. , W,
18!H.-Notico is herehy given that the Mtow.
Ing-named settlers have filed notice of the r in
tention to make final proof In aupport of their
cliilms,and that said proofs will be inadebehire
W. B. Presbv. United Htates CoinnilssUmer
for District of Washington, at his oft ice 1
Ooldendale, Washington, on Saturday, De
cember 23, WOO, viz:
ROBERT A. SNIDER,
Homestead Entry No. ma for the southwest,
quarter of southwest quarter section 2. and
west nan oi nonuwrov quo, . , ' . "
quarter of northwest quarter section 27, tow n-
.,1.1., 3 nnrlh rnntrft 12 east. W. M.
Ho names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous rcsidunce upon and cultiva-
Agricultural Implements, Deere Hows,
Old Hickory Wagons, Loiumuus
Bugfjy Co.'s Carriages,
20 acre farm at Belmont, well 'n,Prved''l
23 acres s nines irom town, r.s nmc
20 acres 1 mile from town. West Side
B0 acres near the Divers ranch - -
20 acres near Belmont church
'! arc nenr H. RroWll'S "
h acres valuable timber land
15 acres at Belmont
10 acres at Belmont
20 acres at Belmont
Town lots, farms to exchange, etc.
!... nf tiulH land, vix:
Joseph Suva, jonn lmnnm, r.
and William O'Neal, all of Lyle P. O., Wash
ALBERT J. SNIDER,
Homestead Entry No. 082S for tho west half of
northwest quarter and northwest quarter of
southwest quarter of section 22, and northeast
quarter of southeast quarter of section 21,
township 3 north, range 12 east, W. M.
Ho names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said laud, viz:
Joseph Silva, John DafTron. h. B. Hilton,
William O'Neal, nil of Lyle,P.O..Washington.
nl7d22 W. R. DUNBAR, Register.
Notice Is hereby given to the public that the
nartnershln business of Luckc;
Ollntter, known as the Mt. Ho
Full grown Brahma Pullets; also, Chile club
seed whet, for sale by , jt h. KOBKRG.
1 REGULATOR LINE."
Through Freight and
All Freight Will Come Through
Leave Tbe Dalles ....7.w a. m.
Leave Portland T.ou A
Round trip I SO
Freight Rates Greatly Reduced.
W. C. ALL A WAY, General Apent,
THE DALLES. OREGON
Ai"l persons knowing themselves to he In
debted to the above company will please call
and settle accounts, and all persons holding
bills against said company will please send In
statements so that all accounts can be ad
justed. All correspondence to be addressed.
to J. nucaey, xxuuu M. fKKir
A. N. FOLEY.
E. S. OL1NOEK.
Dated Hood River, Or.,Nov. 10, 1KW.
""Timber ijmd. Act June , 1878.
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, Nov. 18. 1800. Notice is hereby given
that in compliance with the provisions of the
act of congress of June ft, IR78, entitled "An act
for the sale of timber lands In the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory," the following persons have this
day filed In this office their sworn state
FRED E. SIMPSON,
nf flood River, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, sworn statement No. U5 for the purchase
of the noith northeast M, southwest i
northeast Vt and lot ft, section 7, township 2
north, range 9 east, W . M.
Of Hood River, county of Wusco, state of Ore
gon, sworn statement No. 150 for the purcbaso
of the west H southeast Vt and loU 7 and 12,
section 7, towDShlp 2 north, range 9 east, W.M.
That they will offer proof to show that
the land sought Is more valuable tor IU tim
ber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish their claims lo said lands
before the Register and Receiver of this office
at The Dalles, Oregon, on Saturday, the Sd
day of February, 1W0.
Witnesses: O. B. Hartley. W. B. MeCrory.
Hul. bard Taylor. Perry MeCrory and t red
Simpson, all of Hood River, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to 111
their claims In this office on or before said Sa
day of February, 1C00. .... , .
n2j2fi JAY P. LUCAS, Register.
A red heifer, 2 years old, marked in right
par. Owner will please call and take tbe an
imal away and pay charges.