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The farmers' institute met In A. 0. U.
W. hU at-10 o'clock Monday. J. II.
S loemakcr wan called to the chair and
a;ted as temporary chairman. Piof
Like of the Oregon a?r;eiltural college
and C. L. Pmith, the lecturer from Minnesota-,
were the only one present from
a d. stance, the othcra having failed for
some reason to arrive in tims for the
opening of the iiiHtitute. There wan a
good attendance of fanners and fruit
Cr L. Smith1 was Introduced by the
chairman and gave an interesting talk
lor half an hour or more, and then aid
lie Would devote 20 minutes to answer
fn t questions. Questions were fired at
him thick and fat, and for more than
fcalf an hour he gave answers to ques
tions at.ihfwtorily and which viere i
jsrenting and instructive to afl. Ques
tions were fl-sked by E. V. Winnns, Pe
ter Mohr, E. L. Smith, W. A. Slinger
fund, W. V. Watfon, V. II. fvars, Chas.
Chandler, C. E. Markliain and others.
We regret that we cannot fiirniffi a ver
batim report of the questions and an
swers. Prof. ". ft. Lake then- gave a short
talk on subjects relating to horticulture.
Jle asked Hood Kiver fruit growers to
eo-operat witli him in propagating
ttrawbeny and other fruits from the
beat plants and trees. Select straw
berry Rets from the most vigorous and
productive plants only, and cione from
the apple trees,and limbs of apple trees,
that produce the bcrt fruit of tieir kind.
He believes many failures of trees in
our orchards are due to injudicious se
lections of cions. Questions were asked
Mr. Lake, and most of his talk was con
cerning the curl leaf of the prime tree,
of which no one had yet discovered the
eauw Hor provided a remedy.
In the afternoon W, V. Watson pre
sided. C. L. Smith talked and answered
questions for about two hours. He talk
ed on diversified and intensive farming
and showed what could be done on a
small fruit farm by keeping cows, hog
ai d chickens, by growing plenty of fod
der and feeding it on the place, and re
turning the manure to th land. He
did not beliere it would pay to purchase
eomniereial fertilizers for orchurds. Ap-
plying, barnyard manure and turning
nder red clover and other like forage
plants gave the best and most hutting
Prof, take talked for a short tirnfl on
the necessity of fruit growers taking
mora intercut in tho work of the state
board of horticulture and aked all to
Ik'eome members by paying the necessary
50 cents. The afternoon session was
interesting throughout, and the ex
perieuees brought nut by the questions
anked were instructive-.
Tiff evening session was held in the
Congregational church. The missing
professors were etiU absent, which some
what interfered with the program too for
the evening. W. P. Watson presided.
Prjf. Cubb.-r'.y opened tho eercises
by a cornet solo. Miss Anne Smith pre
sided at the organ daring the evening.
Dairy and Food Commissioner Bailey
gave a talk on adulterated food's. He
exhibited a three-gallon wooden bucket,
Iiandstmely labeled, in which had been
20 pounds of to-called strawberry jelley,
told at wholesale for 35 cents a bucket,
and retailed at 40 and 60 rents. An
analysis by the chemist at the Mate ag
ricultural college showed that there
U8 not a particle of tho fruit of the
trawbirry in tho "jallo,"
Mr. Bailey also thowed how other
Joods ere adulterated, and said that
hardly a manufactured article sold in a
gio.'ory store was as represented.
Sam Blo.wers treated the audience to a
long, which was heartily applauded, and
he was called buck for another.
C. L. Pmith then gave his lecture on
"Home Making," whitih was intended
or Tuesday evening.
A scng by S. J. LaFraneo ended the
programme for the evening. Mr. I.a
France had also to respond to an encore.
Tuesday morning Prof. Corcfley talked
en fruit pests. For codltn moth, he did
not consider the first spraying, just after
tho blossoms full, as the most necessary
Ho considered lata spraying, after Am
1st, as the most important, and to keep
it uo Until picking time. B. 11. Sears
thought the first spraying the moat ini
portant. Ho said he sprajed last year
at that time, kept it up throughout the
eeson,and saved 03 percent of hisappl
while his neighbors, who did not spray
till later, had 40 per cent of wormy ap
ples-. After considerable discuVion,
Frol. Cordley admitted that climatic
conditions might make the Itrst spray
ing necessary at Hood Kiver. The ques
tions and answers and discussions on
fruit pests kept up till the morning hour
Tuesday afternoon C. L. Smith talked
and answered questions about dairying
and feeding, for 2)i hours. The que
tions and discussions taken part in by
eur farmers showed that much interest
waa taken in their work and' that many
were well posted.
Tuesday evening the closing session
was held in the Congregational chnroh,
and a full houso -assembled to hear tho
tone' usion of C. L. Smith's lecture on
"Home Building." Dr. lirosius opened
the session by favoring the audience
with a solo. C. I-. Smith's lecture was
listened to with strict attention and Lis
humorous and droll illustrations pro
voked frequent applause. He mid in
The first a:m and highest ambition of
the tarnmr should be to make tor his
lankly a happy in.me. Tie poet Uumc
" To make a happy fire-dd clime
Kur Uf a' no otitl wile,
That's lllu U u pntlios MO J ubllm
VI ' bUlllltlVllM."
The otonear farmer, who of neomil
fs compelled to give Lie first attention to
the production of something that w.ll
sell for dollars, far too often U-cv mes so
fcros)d iu hid pursuit oi duiiars
he forgets what he is living for. The!
tigM lor doiiars goes oa year alter year
to the neglect oi an ins nigner uuues.
Many and many o load oi larm produce
g'jts'to market that costs the tarmer
una h.s lani.ly much more in hardship,
deputation and happine?- tliart- im
money recenea can ever imv r-aca,
Everi man who owns a Lit- ol land,
. a rge or email, should make the home
ins' liret thought. Trten, grass, llowert
and shrubs should be util.zed to beau
tify the place, niakiMrf it so plcai-ant u
plaw to ciffeir fiiat the boys and girlr
w ill hold it in renii inbrance as the dear
est spot on earth.
Every kind of fruit, vegetable, meat
.r other article that can be produced ii,
this climate should be grown' in sulli
cient quantity V sojipty tne family. Uo-i-ervafion
and experience has denion
straled that where the furnier de;nd
n buviug these things instead ot ra s
ing them, his family has to go without
Good, wholesome, nutritions food is af
necen-ury for the best development ol
the boy or girl as it is for thu colt, cab
or pig. Sour bread and soggy potatoet
hs a continuous d.et will deelotvijur,
ll-tempered men- and women. fo wo
man siiould ever think of marrying until
she knows how to cook a good meal oi
victuals. A vouiitf man should never
marry until lie has demonstrated his
ability to provide the things necessary
tor the wile to cook with. Sour bread is
an abomiuatiofi ; but the man who milx
to provide his wife wirh good Hour, a
got,d co-king stove and. plenty ot gooa
dry wof,d, ought to eat sour bread to the
end of Ins davs without any right to
K.nd wordn, thouglitfulness regarding
the feelings ol others, will go a long way
toward' making a happy home. The
man who makes the model home his
li.ghest Hint). lion and aim in life stands
a fair chance of winning the gi al. In
doinif this he will i-tcuie a larger meas'
ure of human happiness, will have done
more for his con ntry and for humanity
than one w ho smiisres dollars.
The poet V Littler truly savs
"Oivv kmivm lln-lr void and fol thelrpower;
let ln.riuBoV SiiiiRK' ri-eHi iik
WIio I'laiin a tree or trullio u liowcf
Ih iiiiiiulliui. nil."
Surelv. he who makes a model home,
and trains his boys and girls to a noble
lite, is a public benefactor whose work
will secure for hm grateful rtmtm-
brance in the hearts of those w ho come
Mom E". L. Smith read the following
resolutions, which were unanimously
adopted by a rising vote, after which
Chairman W atson declared the institute
liesolved. That the thanks of the
Hoid Kiver inntitute, now drawing to u
cKihc, are hereby tendered to Mr. C. L,
Snutli of Minnesota lor his efficient ser
vices during our session. In tlie absence
of other bieakers who had been an
nounced, he lias done more than double
duty; he has discussed the subjects of
grai-ses, furtihiers, dairying and home
mak:t ' in a highly interesting and in
struetwe manner. The thanks of the
institute are also due to Processors Luke
and Cordley for information of great
value to horticulturists, also to Sftate
Dairy and Food Commissioner Bailey
lor statement of tho progress made in
driving out of the markets bogus fruit
Resolved, further, That we emphat
ically endorse the proposed legislation
by congress for the butter protection ot
pure lood products, and we urge the
strict entoreeiueut of ilo laws of Oregon
upon that subject.
Lutest War New.
Latest dispatches indicate that the
surronder of Cronje is not a serious in
jury to the Boer cause. The largest
part of Cronje a force and all hw lug
guns succeeded iu escaping from lieu
The British again oecupy R'ensburg
id have taken 0U0 prisoners at Modder
Inuiskilling fusiliers were caught in a
1$ er trap at Ra.lway Hill, last Satur
day, and unmercifully slaughtered.
(Jen. Butler holds lus ground only
with great loss. Generals arren und
Kitchener ure aiding turn.
The Russian press clamors for inter
vention. IliCv cuiitend it is lime loeno
tho Bw.it liikamuutt war liriigmnd tiaa
ever waged througli lust lor guid.
De itt's Witch HazelSidveis uneqnal-
ed lur piles,iiijurieb and skin disease. It is
the or.gniiil v itcii llanel salve, iievvureoi
ail counterteits. niiuina a urosius.
A chicken that was sent to the ex
nennieiit ttat.ou at Corvaihs for a diag
nosis ol its d.seut-e, u.td suon alter and
d.ssectiou sliovvea that H d'ed of Con
sumption. Geo. Barbe,Mendota,V., sav8P,"Koth-
ing d.d nieso niacn good asKodoiD,.spep
s.uvJuie. Uue dose relieved me, a lew ooi'
tics cured me. it digests w nat you eat
and uiw as s cures dyspepsia. W nuasiu St
The national democratic convention
will meet ut Kansas Cit July -ith.
"i hud dsspeps.a for years. No medicine
was boelleeuve as Kudot Dyspeps.a Cure
Itgave iiiinied.ate reuoi. Iwo bottles pro
duced aiarvelous results." writes- L. 11.
vv u-rreiijAlbaii) , V is. ltdigests what vou
eat and cannot lad to care. V ilkams &
Iheciti.ens of The Dalles have se
cured the location ot a vu.ol scouring
m.ii at that piace. J. M. Rusbtll has
been guaranteed a loan ot V-'u.WO tor
tvvovvurs nt titer cent, he to aisunie
iU,lM) iKldtioi.al. The machinery lias
Oeen oHeied and will bo put up in time
lo handle this vtar erop ot wool
"I had bronchi tiaeverj winter foryeare
and no medicine gave me permanent reliet
ml i beeun to take Une Winute v.ougn
Cure. I know it is the best cough medicine
niade,"ea8J.X.ootit.,Corry,l'a. It quick
ly cures coughs.cohfs.eToup, asthtua.grip
and throat and lung troubles. It is the
children's favorite remedy. Cures quick
Iv. Williamb eh Brosius,
A fruit growers' convention is called
to Bite ih l'ortiand, .varoii out ana
7th. in the chamber of commerce
building, for the purpose of ejecting a
permanent organization for the niaiket
mn of fruit. Prune growers are the
prime movers in the movement.
J no. Dirr.Posey ville,Ind.,sa s," I never
used anything as goi d its Une Minut
Cough Cure. We are never without it.'
Qu eklv breaksupevughsand coldf.Cuivs
all threat and lung troubles. Its use will
prevent consumption. Pleasant to take
Williams & Brtisius.
R mirUIilo t tiivs of Kiu iitmitNm.
Krin His Vindicator, KsShorS inlton, N.C.
The editor of the VinoVcator has had oc
casion to test t he etllcacv of Cha mberla" n's
Pain Balm twice with the most remarka
ble iwiihs in each case. First. with rueu
mat i-m m theshou'derfrv-m which hewf
fervd e r rue ating pain for ten vi s, which
was relived with tvvoappiieationsof Pain
li!ilm,rubbiiic the partsafM cted nd real
ixiitg instant bent tit andeutire rel.ef in a
vr short t me. S-cond,.u rheumatism n
thiols j-iint, s ii!"t prostratinur h.m with
eeyew p-,wnica w aareiievw oy tw ap.
I pl-oatiom. rubbii g w:th the lin ment on
.'n"J ,"H"'-"',uJn",n "t UI
k J UUUUtfl V. N W'
II. R. F. . C.
fAftlrfMappeMrln In the rtArB nnrlor
M-ihIxiv heading fro n Ut w-K win vk
fiirnlslif'! and mIIiim bv the Bflrl iirair-etor
ol lh Hmxl HWer Fruit growers' Union.
Last ear the Union and the Davidson
Fruit Co. each had cam arrive in Butte
on the same day. To prevent the recur
rence of such a mi!-tai;e and also to avoid
hold ng over fruit at thin point when it
would tie advantageous to load together,
the Uni'Mi hu secured aiv agreement
with th I)HfMsoi rruit tc. by wind.
ihev will loud together when neeessarj.
No other agreements have been entered
nto. The Matement that tne t. nion ami
the Davidson FruitCo. have "combined
s not true.
The poliev of the Union director in U
avoid all fighting with or against an
ther conn -any. It is their purpose t
attend strictly k the btrniness mterestr
if the Union stiipjiers whose agents tnev
are. That some growers do not see fit ti
hip wifh the Union is no fault of tin
Union shippers. Everybody admits thai
.he failure to jnainta n a union -would re
mit in two or more private companiei-
contend ng against each other as ship
ping agents at this place, such compe
tition would be disastrous to the interest
of the crowers. especially if personal
feuds eirtefinto the strife. The growers
reallv owe it to thertiselves and W each
other to combine for their own interests
To private corporations and to middle
men generally the growers owe nothing.
The Koutliwest remarks-. "The first
duty of those who believe in co-operation
,g to stand sqnareiy oy tneir mcai union.
'Tim latest need in this countrv
and in every other country, today and
vrv dav. is co-operation practical,
thorough co-operation. It is needed in
IniHincKs. it is needed in social life. In
fact, the safety of this country largely
depends upon-the union of the farmers
into co-operative soeieties. The working
men generally belong to anions, the.
business men are organized, only the
farmers, w ho number 40 per cent of the
population, remain unorpanizeu.
writes, "I think DeWitt's itch Hazel
Salvn thfi rrandest salve made." It cures
niles and heals everything. All fraudu
lent imitations are worthless, Williams
Trice of Strawberry Crates.
Bejng assured of practically the entire
trade oi this section on strawberry crates
this scaao we hare oSored- to- the Union
for their natrons and offer to all others a
price of 14 cents on straw berry crates for
this season's use. In view of the ad
vance in the price of lumber, w ire, nails
and labor this reduced price cannot be
maintained eteent by the unanimous
patronage of the growers and shippers
of this section.
To all w ho pay cash for their crates
and haul them awav on or before the
first day of April, we will allow a further
discount of 6 per eent rroai tne aoove
nripp. niukim? the crates cost those who
are in a position to take advantage .of
this offer, the low price of 13 3-10 cents
Everv erowcr must give s, before the
15th of March, an estimate of tho num
ber of erates he expects to use and his
acreage of straw berries, so we can pro-
vni aL'ainMt a shortage ot ooxes. ini
interests the irrowere as well as us. Call
and see us. Davwhok Fruit Co.,
Proprietorsof Hood River Box factory.
An- Honest Medfeine fr La lir'ppe.
Geo. W.Waitt, of South Gardiner.Me.
.... . ., . i- 1 1
savs: "I nave naa tne worst coug;n,foia
chillsand gripand have taken lots of trash
of no account but profit to the vendor.
Chamberlain's (Jough Remedy is tne oniy
thing that has done any good whatever, i
have used one bottle of it and the chills,
cold and grip have all left me. I congratu
late the manufacturers oi an nonesT mea-
icine." For sale by llliams Bro ius.
Hay for Sale.
A eood auullty of wheat and clover hay,
baled,, for Mle by H. HANSKN,
on 1110 praiia iumiuicr yivn.
Plymouth Eock Eggs.
Th'irotUhbred Plymouth Rock eng llfy
ocntii t er duu-ii, anu one two yew old rivwter
foruleby V. O. HILU
A No. 8 cook tove In good condition. For
aalii by L. K.-KINU.
Two Fresh Cows.
A good driving tenm
nnd 3 Inch truck
Ji-rxey cows nod
J AS. PAUKEU.
wiikoii.' Also two rrenii
riilveu, for nile by
I have a onc-horse Mower, new, that I will
ell cheap. W. a, UllKOOKY
fhave loeatett ir limit Tttver and want
wnrlt ut iivv tnide. cnri)eiiterinu. Work neat
ly and promptly done ut reannabh rrtee!i
11VJ ALUCIVi IH.loi'il,
I have a good Ttull. 'iort-horn stock
at my burn, service si.uu.
Cow for Sale.
Fresh Jntsoy cow and heifer calf.
39 J. H. KOBEnt?.
nidit for rui-)eii tor work wlft be rr-eolved at
tneaclKMii cicrK a reaiueuce until i. m.
urdav, Keti. ilth. Tim bunrd of directors re
..rve tht rlclvt to roleot any or all bidi. S ieo.
tlciittima arc openut tho clerk'.sr tdenoe,Kast
.. .... ... ft, II VTr.L't'1 JDV
IICIIUOUI. 1,1. n. .nivr-lr..,,
Clerk School District So. 2.
Notice Is hereby given to all person, who
have Bvulh'd for water for the coining season
Ironi trie Water Supply Co. of Hood lilver
Valley lo meet Hie board or directors at tne
otliceoflhe l-rnlt ttoiwera' Uiviot. V Hood
lilver, to make flnal c-mt-ncts for theyear.on
bulcrday, tne .CTOt.i or siarcn, nw.
II. J. UIoMl.UlD, Secretary.
Lots one an.l two. In block nineteen. Just
west of the IT. li.churen. AImi, Improved uuu
uniniuroveu lauu, lor aie ry
M. U. NICKELSEM,
Roosters for Sale.
One Plymouth lSuck Rooster, weiglut nine
im hi nils: one si ver-lae. d Wyandot Kooter,
Imported urud Ktock eaeti ti.su-.
IV J. 11. KonERQ
Farm for Sale.
(X) acre, nearlv all In cultivation. The very
eh ilceof HooU Kiver valley: 2 miles sooth or
tow n. Man) tne any oi.t oner,
hi A. 8. IVMRROW.
Wanted to Trade.
For h farm near tlvd Urve', 10 acres Ttal
htn prunes veur"KI near siheiton. Marion
county, and a hotiw kit SJxMft on Williams
avenue and loins ats., Kasi Portland. C, K.
UAI.V. 10, Hall street, t'orilttud.
Wtren rtsinn a eipray I'uinp you want one
that animus tlw s;-ravins material instead f
yourself. TUB "POMONA" ia the only one
thai fully answers thta pu pose. We are anx
Luis tohve the orchards receive V'lteratnny
linr, and to encourage th'a we offi-r the "Rest
for the Mouvy," "TH K I'OMON A."
J!9 AVlUSOS KKClTOtX
Wttt tmprored farm; 40 acri In cl'va,tton:
near wl.l: (c"o1 ro!k lrice fl.Wi). Best
bargain iulloovl lit er. FKKD lloWK.
Twn wnrfc horstea and hari.es, t r?e far.n
waxoa au4 apriiu back. Inquire at thin "tHce
Written for itid Glacier.
Mothers and I)4tighte rs of Ore fron.
There's a guldlnn fo.-ee direcU rrmultluU
Amid the devlona paths we tread;
Tbfre'a a dread of being left IkIiIuJ
That qulckvtis inr stepn tu( putlu to thrvad I
Arnld the paths of pri-grewi. Inx
As-tlie year of the eenturle roll
i ever better and .weeur rutig
In buriiiliig from lh human s ul.
rhrouch weal and woe toward therrcoal
Ttnr men and women go bund In tuiud;
nd they are one in heart and 1,
Why not io tbe law of fb land?
fhere't fOree that atrlvea t equalise
In all the riKhtrftrlBt Nature ave
In taw and eustonrg-iod and wine
lx each be free, and none a slave.
h yes, tliere'i a forte, a motive power,
Through tliu world-of (V-tiua'anof thuuglit;
A flume no ciuuil, how e'er It lower.
Can quench, no drouth can draught.
fhere's a force that tends, and ever should,
To foeter and further a righteous plan;
Vod the hope of woman's womunuood
It appealing to the manhood of man.
Uooi River, Or., Feb. 1). WOO.
Woodmen of the World.
On last Thursday eveninst at the Cor-
areuational church a small but very ap
preeiative audience listened to an aon
address on Woodcraft by Mr. Brownhil'
of The DalTes camp, Woodmen of the
World. Sir. Brownhill is neither a lec
turer nor organizer for the order bu'
doubtless is accomplishing- much gyd
bv his clear presentation oi tne Deneim
of fraternal protection. It is honed that
in the near future it mav oe tnougni
wise to send an organiser" here who may
be successful in perfecting an organiza
tion of w hich all Woodmen of the World
may justly feel proud. K.
The greatest danger from coids and ia
griji'yC IB LI1C1I ICRUlwll). Ill I'llCU (Hull lit. '
reasonable care is used, however, and
Chamherla'n's Cough- Remedy taken, all
danger will lie avoided. It will cure a cold
or an attack of la grppe in less time than
any other treatment. It is pleasant and
safe to take. For sale by Williams &
To The tAiV.9m
Owinfr to other business arranfrementp
with which it would seriously interfere,
the Hood Kiver Trading Co. has de
cided not to enpace in the business of
HhiDDinit strawberries and the manu
facture of crates for fhe season of I00T.
We thank our ninnv friends who have
voluntarily urped us to do so, and prom
ised to us a very large amount ol busi
ness, and trust that in the future we
mav be able to materially serve them in
other l'n"s. to our matentl benefit.
THE HOOD RIVER TRADING CO.
m. C. Evans, Pres.
E. E. Savaok. Sec.
G. R. Castneb, V. Pres. C. R. Bonb.
W. R. Philnot. Albariv. Gn.. savs'De
than anv pills I ever took. "The famous lit
tle uills for constipation. bilioiiKnees and
liver and bowel troubles. Williams &
A flood fotish Medicine for Chillrcn.
WI have no hesitancy in recommending
ChamberlainVCough Remedy, ,reays F.P.
Moran, a well known and popular baker,
of Peternbure. Va. "We have ci ven it to
our cnuuren wnen trountea witn dsq
couehs.also whoopi ne pnuch ,and it has al
ways bi ven perfect satisfaction. It was rec
ommended1 to me by a druggist as the best
cough med'cme for children as it contain
ed no opium or other harmful drug."
Sold by llliams & lirosius.
I5e-t Fond fw- In1clkctr.il Thmiglit.
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quisitely illustrated and described- The
Republic's Sunday Magaaine is etanoard.
The subscription price of the Semi-
Weekly Republic is f 1 per year. The
Republic Sunday Magazine f 1.25 per
year. Both papers are now being offered
at the very low priee of (1.50 for one
vear. To secure thiB low rate both must
be ordered and paid for at the same
time. Address all orders to The Repub
lic, St. Louis, Mo.
"After doctors failed to cure me of pnue
monia.IueedOne Minute CoughCure and
three bottlesof it cured me- It is the best
remedy on earth for whooping cough. It
cured mv grandchildren of the worst
cases, "writes-Jno.Berry.Loganton, Pa. It
is the only harmless rewwav that gives lm-
med ate results. Curescoughs.colds.croup
and throat and lung troubles. It prevents
consumption. Children always like it.
Mothers endorse it. Williams & Brosius.
T Ciirer Cdl l- On Pay.
Take Lstivk Bitorr Ouisisi Tablets.
All drriits refuml the money If It fails to
cure. K. w. Grove's signwtirre Is on each box.
We n headquarter for lond, strong plants.
put up IB gooa saape. i'r per inonsi-na.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Offlce at Vancouver. Wash.Ffb. 13,
IHOe. ivvtim is feei-enr eiven that the follow
Ins named settler has tiled notice of his In
tention to make flnal proof In support of hi
elaon, and that atl proof will bemaJe bfnre
me n,-e;tster ami ite'eivrr u. una oni'f
at Vanxitver, Waah., on Thursday, April
4. IttN, V1K
II'-vmetead Entry X. 11W7. r the northeast
of aortheast section KVtowsfeip4 north,
ran 10 t. W. M.. and lota I and 1 and
wntheasl Vi of northwest V sect loo A town
shlo 4 north, ran-r It eft, W. il.
lie names the following w'n.ssea to prove
hts contlnnmta residence iln and cultiva
tion of. sntd land, via:
W.lPam Standlev Irfx-ke, Tharlte 8h-n,
Aueu&t Ke tttiian.l WUkm and John lth
mnn, all of Husom P. .. Washlneton.
C. L. ROGERS & CO.
g UUUUU UUU.UlJjf
CANDY AND NUTS, ETC,
A nice line of Trimmed Hats about March 2Ctm
GEO. P. CROWEIX.
KacrcMor to E. Smith-Oldest Establinhed House In the valley.) -
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Flour and Feedr etc.
This old-establinhed house will continue to pay cash for all its
goods ; it pav no rent ; it employs a clerk but does not have to divide
with a partner all dividends arc maii with customers in the way of
eg f-zmaa a
Furnituro and Builders' Supplies,
rinishin Lumber and Shingles
"Quick Sales and Small Profits," Our Motto.
A full line of PAINTS and OILS a'.ways on hand at Portland
prices. A first-class mechanic ready to do all kinds of repairing and
new work either by the job or by the day.
Undertaking a Specialty.
PICTURES FRAMED AT SEORT NOTICE,
Carpets and "Wall Paper.
liooms on Oak Street and Second Strett,
Hood River, Or.
WAR AT" HOME F
Certain Goods ordered to leave our house. Ivo prize-paefcage dis
play or catch-penny sehenie, merely an- old-fashioned gift of Dollars
(2.75 and $3 goods, best makes, odd pairs, now $ 1.25 and 1.50.
20 per cent off on broken lines of regular goods. Many odd lines of
fered regardless of cost to make room for our new and up-to-date
stock due February 20th.
$15 00 Suits now... $9 65
2 00 Trousers now 1 05
(i 00 Mackinaw Coats now,. $3 00
3 00-Mackinaw Coats now.. 2 00
3 75 Ulster Overeoats now,. 2 tiO
Broken lots underwear red. 33 t? ct
Cheap talk discounted by Facta and Plain Figures,
We have littlo to say before arrival of new stock, about March
5th. In the meantime present stock will be closed out regardless.
Reductions ranging from 10 to 25 per cent.
Carpenters-, " builders, loggers, woodf,mejt, everybody can get
what they want, correct in QUALIfY and PRICK.
STOVES, TINWARE, CROCKERY.
Stoves have declined in price, also Steel Ranges. In Crockery wo
show a handsome line imported Staii Pore, at prices asked for eom
Kiotv, Inspect our house furnishing lines; it means money saved and
GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED,
Our sflceess in this department leaves no room- to doubt that yoa
appreciate the value of our efforts.
All adulterated foodstuff has been wiped out and returned to the
makers; strictly pure articles taking the place at little if any added
cost to you. V e pocket the Iohs through difference in cost to prove
our intention of forcing a PURE FOOD LAW.
V,'e guarantee (is a BOND) to execute any bill of goods at Port
land prices a sweeping offer that leaves us a profit and keeps your
money at home, where it will do vou soma further good.
Produce accepted. Goods delivered free.
We deal in Everything,
We take the liberty of sending you a card, whieh we kindly ask
you to bring with you or gend, when making cash purchases at our
store, and have the amount of euch purchase punched out until all
the amounts represented oa margin are cancelled. Ve will then
present you FKEE, a large three-quarter life size, (bust) crayon or
water color portrait of yourself, or any member of your family or
dear friend, whose memory you may wish to perpetuate.
Knowiag the very general desire- among our customers for family
portraits, we believe that there is not a family m this section but
what would take a GOOD portrait in preference to anything we
could offer as an appreciation of their cash trade.
These portraits will be made from any photograph or tintype you
furnish (same will be? returned to you). Rremember you are not
required to buy a frame, we are presenting the' portrait as an appre
ciation of your patronage. However, we shall carry a large line of
frames which we will sell to portrait customers at ther fewest possible
price, but if you can buy a frarafl cheaper elsewhere it ia your
privilege to do so.
To enable you to understand more fully the value of this offer, we
invite you to call at our store where eamplea of the work and
frames can be seen.
We hope yoa will appreciate our endeavor, and favor us with,
your patronage, and ia return we will assure you courteous attention
and the best goods at the lowest pricea.
Toura very trtfy,
CLYDE T. BONNEY.
$9 00 Suits gone to ,. .$8 60
All Clothing at these rates.
$ 00 L 8 Gum Boots now. .3 50
1 25 Normand-ia Rubbers-. . 1 Oft
00 Ladies Norm. Rubbers
50c Storm Rubbers now.
FOR CASH TRADE,
d & Stewart
LIST OF LANDS I
1. Four aero nt Fraoltton, Improved; cood
spring; only 3iW.
H. E. V of W. W hoc. I?. To. 2 N.. n. 11
E., unimproved; JW.
8. John Slpma farm, In lots from 8 to 2
ti-rcs, and- Uoul to KO per acre. Teruu
4. 8. E. V. sec. 82. T. S ST.. R. 10 E. for only ITM !
Some luipioveuH'ula; IcOm-rn, :
5. 8. V. of 8. V. M of N. W. k 8. 12. T. 2 N..B. !
10 E.; !to ucici; om improvement. fTW.
8. N. K of N. W. 8. W. l of N. W. y art I
N. W. i f s. W. i4 ti. 8, T. 5 R. 10 K; 1 ;
7. Barrctt-Slpma Addition; $45perlo tea!
lollura dowu and live UolUra per tuonln; Do
frank hint ri'kxI ' cutue and barn; aprltig !
......... u.lna i: IJ
o Th nlil Unepra Mill Dropprty at Frark. !
ion, wlih fallH and waUir power oa l'htlpi i
creek. I'rleeJJOO. j
10. The Pr. Barrett Improved Fruit Farm,
m. Miuthweat of llmid Kiver; 120 acre; "0 acres '
inruliivalion:40aerciiinfniit: linCBpriiiif; 6) ,.
inches Irnirallui water, frlee JS.Sai; Witt bi
old iu purcela. r
, m t rAn. ) GA bafm 1nPn1 Flnl Tinl'ii. r
umihweht uftown; acre cleared. FrlceilD ,
er aer j
n frum. I Voff nnmr 4fl nflrM rtn Tlonrl rin.
er;-2 milusj'guod watr; pleuty of ftuli;
beautiful home. Prle Sl.titW. Ten acres and
house lur isjo.
11. Clins. W. Gilmer Koniestead, nt Gilmwri
W u.li.; ltMacrea; flue saw timber; Rood oll; j
well watered. Ouly HoOO; a rare bargain. ;
II. The Wcltlnw nomesteady TO acres, near r
Moiler; 30 acria cleared: 2 aprinpi; 400 fruit J
trees; good improvements. (July 41,000. 6
15. The VV. It. Bishop Home In Hood lilver, f
lot 6 an.l part of lot 7 block I, Waucoma nddi. f
tlon to Hood Kivetjapietty home. OnlyJl.lM.';
18. five acres cleared and In e!nverlm, I
j)UiUottor UjjJ itivur. O.ilyilii. t
V. The Mansberry home, Vt miles sonth,s
wei-t of town; 18 acres. Kverylutna- eoniplcto :
und handy;eood fruit, good water. Only 41,KK ?
IS. Thu Chester Welds home. In thehlll,one'
mile east of town; a pretty home; good truit
and water: 40 acres. Only 1,400. I
19. 2500 acres deeded land; well watered; fine f
range for stock, trice 81.50 an acre.
20. The Pr. Morgan house and lot la Xlooi f
Kiver; new burn, ouly SSUC.
21. The Sua lot and building. Trice 720 do!-.
12. The J. WIckham farm.7milessouthwc
of townul) acres; (rood bulldingR and Improve-.-ments;
sirin j water und 60 Inches free fur ir-:
riga.iug. Frlceil.'OO. f
2. North half southeast quarter, soulh ho'f
n!rtlieast quarter of section , township 1
nor'h. ranee :i cust. Wlutu tjulnion fine tic
ker land, l'rlce Id-per ae.e. e
21. Tho Busklrk rlce, 1 mile west of town;
acre; pooii sprinir water; K'od orcuard; new
fnm.e buildiiiKS. Only Wl; ono-thlrd ctob,
balance at A per cent per annum.
Si. Tho Kmerson homestead, only one mils
eust of town; fine range; 1,500,
26. IM & and , block T. Wlnans add itioo
Trice (&) a lot, or &S3 for the two. ' i
27. The Swan homestead at White Rnlmoiv
only S2,e(0; will be told in icpsiate follies, j
2t. The Bercer plnce, HO acres; 40 acra
cl'iarad; 10 acres grubh id; free- water.
nan cusn: tnn spot easn.
23. The Grant Evans home, lot 6, block t
Hood hiver, -'O0. ,
SO. Wilkent- flno fnrm at White Salmon falli:
2(0 acres: 2h clt-aped and in Riass; tootf n -i
proveaieats; line water power, ftice
stocked, or $2,760 for land.
Kl. 2'-7 ucres at Hard Kc.rutiblo, all oleared anl:
in fruit; on county road, l'rlce &&). f.
S2. fjits7 and 8. fctnek 8. Wancoma AdditN :
to iiood Kiver. I'ricu el25 u lot. Tenomaij..
S3. The 8. P. Shntt residence- property li
Frankton. Trice 1500 dollars.
.",4. 15 acres: 6 acres nnd'er rwltlvatlnt.
mall lK'Ute; Rood waUr, adjoins E.L. fcmilt'i ;
place, oaiy wju. j
3S. Block 3, Parfthnrst, 12 lots. Price 8700. I
S8. The Bun lot and building. Price S7M. f
LIST OF LANDS
For Exchange For Hood River Property
water and lurec lot in Champaign, Illinois, J;
near Slat University.
2. Nice 4 roomed cottnes, water, frnlt ri
largn lolr centrally located in Ban Jose, Cafe
8. Forty acres fine frnlt and prrtn hind.S
miles from -Valla Walla, Wai-h., and tw
in ilea from railroad station. Fenced on'i
sides. Spottier Improvements.
At the Emporium Is kept a first-class sur
veyor's transit, and tho proprietor being i;
practical surveyor, Is well prepared to do lb;
work of laying ont acreage property In lofj
and blocks, and doing ort kfods of garvryiif
N. B. Terms are easy on all the atM;
lands, with interest at 8 per cent. Persons
string locations on homesteads and tiaiba,
claims should apply at Tho Emporium.
fir Keep your eye on the Earv- -
Sipma Addition ,
Davidson Fruit Co.,
Shippers of (
Hood River's Famot
Packers of the t
Hood River Brand c
Canned Fruits. !
Manufacturers of s
Boxes and Fruit Pack
ages. Dealers in-
Fertilizers and Agrici
Timber Land, Act June S, 1S78.
NO I ICE Jj'OK PUULIUATlOy.
United States Land Office, The Dalles, 0
goa, January 12. IWftitotice 1 hereby pf
that in compliance with- the provisionsoi 'l
acttl!'ongre8o June 3, 18 S, on"1"1 ',
aet for the Mile of timber Isucs ia the '
ul Culifornia, Oregon, .Nevada, and W ";.
CMAXIK KTItKARD. t
Of Hood River, county of Waaco, state oi
gou, has this day tilea in this otii e his s
statemeut. No. 15. lor the purchase
east soul ii of section - AJ '5
ship A-'. 1 north,
rr." V" T.'.. Th. land seu-
is mora valuable for ita timbor or uu
for agriculluial purposes, and to il,t
claim to said land beaure lh "eLiU
Keoeiver of Uiiauineu al The Dalle r
ou iSaturiliy, the 3feb day of March, Jf
llu names a wiluoases: Jud 'l'6u'SV!.
seui Wrieat, Albert LaneandW ia) -
ail of Hood Kiver, Oregon. .Y (j
Any ajid all person daimlrnr adver"'
above-aeseribud land are reqaettw '
their rkums in this offuje on or Bfcto
ilibdayof March, IM . ,
J '''?" JA-Y- P. L0GA3, BC j