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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1900)
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t FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1900.
1TbIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Rave you registered?
jjnidi plaster at Bartmess'..
fents for campers at Bartmess'.
Cow for Sale See E. S. dinger,
ifclrs. Pratt Whitcomb we&t to Port
totst Ladic'a shirt waist set, gold. .
ward will be paid at this office.
Eggs for hatching, pure bred stock,
.00 per sitting. . E. Savage.
To Loan At Emporium, 800 in one
an on improved real estate. Interest
Get your mill work done at tho box
story. Turned posts, balustrades,
ice pickets, ete.
For Sale One good work team.wcight
out 2200 or 2250, and harness. A bar
in. 3 E. T. Folts.
AM bt bloek 7, Parkhurst addition.one'
tha sightlicst blocks on the hill, for
le by Geo. T. Pratlier. Price ( 325.
C. D. Henrich has been appointed by
?sebSor Whipple to assess the property
Hood River valley. Mr. Henrich is
ill qualified for the work.
Dr. F. C. Brosius has returned and
n he found in hk office over Williams
Brosius' drug store, between the hours
10-11 a. m., 2-3 and 6-7 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Bateham have
lopted a child, a girl 13 months old,
om the children's home in Portland,
lie child has secured a good home.
25 acres finely improved land. ' SO
res suitablu for fruit or dairy. Fine
ircaire tract, with house, in town. For
,le v E. E. Savaob,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Bartsch are now on
ie way to Dawson. They left Skagway
le day last wetk. Mr. finrtsch is tak
g along a band of beef e&ttlo. .
C. A. Ijine, who went East about two
onths ago to accept a ten yeare' job at
.w filing, has returned to Hood River,
e comes back this time for his health.
Cue Coleman, Guy Crowe and Aolus
iwottof White Salmon were visitors
i Hood River on Sunday and attended
ie Easter services at the Congrega
Feed and flour will always be furnish
1 by Rand & Stewart.at lowest market
ttes. Bran, $12 per ton ; bran and shorts,
3 per ton; Shorts, f 14 per ton. Pea
re' flour, 75c sack ; Dalles Diamond,
L. D. Boyed is setting up his brick
mking machinery and will begin mold-.
)g bricks tho latter part of this week if
ie weather is favorable. He expects to
ave his first kiln burnt by May 25th.
Geo. T. Prather has 33,l acres of John
weeney's plaee for sale. This land is
ejl watered. 2 miles from town, and
iut be sold in the next 25 days or the
rice will be put back to $500. !Noff4300.
Van Johnson, who is master of several
mguages and is interested in hunting
p the derivation of names, says that
ng-lar.d was named by the vikings and
leans a grassy, meadow land. London
leans pole flat, signifying that the site
E London was at one time a pole flat.
Somebody has lost a dog. Mrs. Frank
avenport reports that a little terrier
jllowed her home on Sunday from town,
he tried to drive it back, but it took
uite a liking to her and staid with her.
he would like to keep the dog, but re
orted this to the Glacier so that the
wrier might recover the dog.
Capt. Coc has planted rows of Lom
ardy poplar trees round his place on
tie west sad south. These trees will
row up and afford a good windbreak
nd shade that will be enjoyed by many
Uat will come After Jiim. At the rate
be captian is setting out trees be may
e able to keet ahead of those who
ould gruh them out.
On account of business affairs, C. II
.other did not get started for California
ill Tuesday of this week. He goes to,
m Aiigeles, where he has accepted a
ositioa m the irmt cannery oi I', r
;tetson & Co.. his former emplovers,
Irs. Luther accompanies him. They
xpect to ba gone about eight months?
lr Luther's parents will remain in
Wm. Wendorf of Underwood, Wash.,
t'aa in town Friday. He reports no
iamage done to fruit m his neighbor
iood bv the late frost, except to straw
serries in bloom. Mr. Wendorf lately
iroved nu on his homestead and now
iwns 160 acres of land good for fruit or
;rain. He is now engaged setting straw
erry plants for the neighborhood. He
ises a machine and sets 10.000 plants a
The Hood River bank is now open
.nd doing a fair amount of business for
i new institution of the kind. Its office
s verv complete in every particular,
Phe vault is fire proof, and inside the
-suit is a burglar-proof safe, in which
he treasure is kept. The safe is not
nore than three feet square but it
veigbs 4,000 pounds and the price of it
vas $650. Its combination is worked by
;lock machinery, and when wound up
tnd set to open at a certain hour, no one
;an open it till tnat nour arrives.
.Tudco. Henrv attended the middle
aad populist convention in Portland and
vas honored with tbe nomination for
residential elector. He was also elected
, delegate to the populist convention at
Cincinnati. Hooora come thick and
ast to Hood River citizens. So far as
ieard from it has one candidate for
iongress; two for presidential elector,
me delegate to a national convention,
;wo candidates for state legislature, one
or county judge and one for county
I Miss Alice Graham, an amateur pho
tographer, has taken some fine views of
Elood River scenery, which can be seen
n the show window at the Hood River
Pharmacy.' One picture was taken
ibove the clouds, at Cloud Cap Inn, and
shows a bank of clouds in the foreground
H'hile the lighter clouds in the distance
i i-i - i i i a : , n
look like an ice field in an Arctic ocean
icene. Phntoraohv has become quite a
Ead with people who have leisure for
tuch work. Ko camping party is com
plete without a good camera.
i A North Carolina hen is credited with
havina laid an eea with the initials
W. J. B. plainly marked on it. North
Carolina democrats interpret this as a
sure 6igu that W. J. Bryan is the com
ing man. iranK tiadoy oi noou iiiver,
who never eggsaggerates unless ne is egg'
cited, says he set a hen on IS pure
Brown Leshorn Bers and a copy oi
Missouri paper containing one of W. J
Brvan'g Bneeches. and last week the hen
brought out 10 Brown Leghorn chicks
and a coal-black chick. ho can inter
pret the black chick sign?
S. E. Bartmess made the discorery
recently that he is eelling goods way
below the price list of Portland cata-
logues of houses that claim to "pay the
freight." It might be well for Hood
River people, if any there be, who are
sending away for "cods that can be
bought at home, to first compare prices
in the catalogues they receive with the
prices given by oor home merchants.
They will find that our merchants can
fell cheaoer. and pay the freight, than
any of the biiz merchants who get out
elaborate a4 expessiva catalogues.
G. B. Frost and Rush Humphrey came
up from Portland Monday. Mr. Frost
is a fine photographer and will take
some views of Hood River scenery. Mr.
Humphrey is an old printer, known by
all old-time printers in Oregon. Look
ing at our Washington hand press he said
many a day lie had pulled a press like
that in working off the edition of the
regonian. Mr. Frost also has a pho
nograph ot i.Uison s latest improvement
on which he gave several pieces of muic
at the Mt. Hood hotel Monday evening,
Among the selections was "Home Sweet
Home." A young man said it was the
best he had ever heard and gave Mr.
Frost half a dollar.
R. B. Frank of Portland was in town
during the week. He is looking up the
title to 160 acres of land he claims was
filed on by his grandfather, Henry Klein,
some" time in the sixties. He was known
as Hank Klein and was a well known
Btage driver in the early days of Wasco
county. Hank Klein is remembered by
several old-timers of Hood River. The
land in question is now in posession of
E. B. Clark and is located on Indian
The basket social and entertainment
at the Crapper school house proved a
crand success, both socially and finan
cially. Everything proceeded with the
regularity of clock work, which reflects
much credit upon all those who took
part. Thanks are especially due D. S.
Crapper for his energetic and, successful
efforts in conducting the sale of baskets,
also J. E. Binns for the aid which he so
cheerfully rendered. The receipts for
the e vening were (26.30.
The new warehouse of the Davidson
Fruit Co; ts aPoroachincf completion and
is now under roof. The building is the
same size as the other one' in which is
located the cannery. It is built just
north of the old building. The ware
house stands near the railroad track and
will have a switch of its own. Every
facility for loading ears will be had, so
that a car can be loaded with straw
berries in 50 minutes.
li. U. JYlooney is hatching clucks on
shares for C. T. Bonney. Mr. Bonney
has the ducks and Mr. Mooney has the
incubator. He finds that ducks are less
trouble to raise than chickens and will
go extensively into the business of rais-
r. .i r. ! j i t.
ing mem., l nam uuckb are uig enougii
to market at 10 weeks old.
J. IL Middleton, while in town Wed
nesday, made arrangements to have his
barn, at the corner ol ihird and btate
streets, overhauled and made into
business house to be occupied by John
Hultt for a harness shop. t.h. JJen
zer has the contract.
Mrs. J. AV. Ingalls is selling the book,
'Bridge of the Gods," written by her
brother, Rev. F.'H. Batch. This is a
book that every one interested in the
history of Oregon and its original in
habitants, the Indians, would like to
possess, lhe price is only fl.10.
Goo. Booth was down from Booth's
Hill on Saturday. He reports that his
fruit is all right and he will have a full
crop of apples, peaches and cherries.
His place hardly ever fails on peaches
His young orchard will produce about
500 boxes of winter apples.
J. J. isartscli, brother to Ulins, is
visiting friends in Hood River. Mr,
Bartsch formerly resided here, but went
to bugene hve years ago, where he is
engaged in farming and dairying. He
says vegetation js much mrtner advanced
at hiugene than it is here.
The new post office building is going
up. Dapt. mowers received a nice lot ot
pressed brick for tho building. W. W.
JNason is laying the bricks. J. Metcait
has the easy job of carrying up the bricks
and mortar wane JNason does ail tne
The O. R. & N. graders are engaged in
opening up the foot of second street by
making an easy grade tne wiotn oi me
street to the depot. This will make this
street the favorite route to the depot by
both teaflia and footmen.
J. C. Boegs sold a lot of three acres on
Monday to a German of Portland, who
arrived with his family Wednesday and
will build a dwelling at once. 1 lie new
town at the Heald place should be called
Vireil E. Green, the Paia Paint man
arrived in towu on Monday and went
out to Mt. Hood, where he will give an
entertainment at the school house. He
intends to visit all sections of the valley
A grand ball will be given at armory
hall on the evening of April 27th. Good
orchestra music has been secured
Tickets will be 75 cents. Strict order
will be kept and everybody is invited,
R. P. Orr. county commissioner of
Sherman county, came down Monday
and is visiting his brother-in-law, r
Spangler. He reports a fine prospect
for gram in Sherman county.
Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Holmes of Port
land came up Monday and are stopping
at Mrs. Alma Howe's. Mr. Holmes was
renominated for county clerk of Multno
mah county by acclamation.
Easter Sunday was a beautiful day.
with not a cloud in the . skies, lhe ex
ercises at the different churches were
well attended. The Easter eggs were
prettier than ever.
Mrs. Alice R. Kemp of the East Side
Was in town Saturday. Her truit, sue
savs. was not affeeted by the frost. She
has rented nor orchard to li. u. vjrocKeu
The closing and graduating exercises
of the Hood River public school will be
given at the Armorv, April asm, at
Jos. A. Knox of Dukes valley was in
town Saturday. He says the frost
killed all the apples, prunes and pears
that were in bloom at his place.
Miss Annie Mathews, who has been
seriously sick with typhoid pneumonia,
is improving, a iramea nurse irom
Portland is attending her.
Mrs. J. H. Ackerman of Salem,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boor-
man, is visiting relatives in iioca niver.
Miss Jennie Parsons passed the exam
ination and was given a second grade
certificate in The Dalles last week.
Prof. Cubberly is filling Prof. Barnes'
nlace at W. E. Sherrill's till the latter
closes his school at Frankton.
B. Warren is building a dwelling
house on his lots in Blowers addition.
M. R. Noble is the carpenter.
The new building of Dr. Brosius is
under way. E. W. Udell is laying up
A carpenter's rule was found by Judge
Prather and left at this office for the
Miss Nettie Kemp is teaching school
in the Hillstroni district, commencing
Light frosts visited different parts of
the valley Sunday and Monday mornings.
W. S. Gribble was down from his
ranch at Mt. Hood on Monday.
The price of lots in Barrett-Sipma ad
dition nave been raised to 50.
Lost Umbrella. Wm. Thompson
will give reward for its return.
Mrs. Jos. Purser is recovering from
her late serious illness.
J. H. Middleton of Portland was in
W. T. Jones, the tombstone man, was
in town last week.
Louis Baldwin was down from Mt.
Mrs. A. J. Graham is yisitng in
Mr. and Mrs. L. Clarke attended their
sons wedding near Dufur on taster
Sunday. They went from here to The
llles on the night train baturdav, and
early next morning drove 25 miles to
the home of the bride's parents. Sun
day evening they returned to The Dalles,
where lra. Clarke remained, and Mr.
Clurke caihe home on the , early train
Monday morning to open up his 6on's
pharriacy and Toole after the business.
He says 3d hours traveling without
sleep, even to go to a wedding, is not
what it is cracked up to be, and lie felt
badlv used no Moudav morninff. Mr.
Clarke says the crops were looking fine
along the roads over which he passed.
He never saw so much wheat, and it is
knee high and about ready to head out.
A very pleasant party was tendered
the Misses Grace and Belle Howell on
Tuesday evening, the occasion being a
farewell to the young ladies, who will re
side elsewhere. A pleasing variety of
games whiled away the evening and all
had a most enjoyable time. A "taffy
pull" was indulged in. he following
were present: Misses Gloria and Blanche
Lane, Minnie Parris, Bertha Prather,
Bernice and Mary Foley, Gladys Hart
lev. Nanna Gerking. Blanche Blowers.
Olive Sturgis, Misses Hiestand, Earl
Clark, Howard Isenberg, Melville Foley,
H. K. Benson.
R. II. Howell and family moved to the
JNicolai-t'ameron mills Wednesday.
Their dwelling house at that place is
about completed. Miss Belle Howell
has accepted a position in the store of
S. E. Furtmess and will remain in Hood
River for a couple of months. Quite a
town is springing up at the jNicolai-
Cameron mill. They will soon be strik
ing for a post office to be located at Nic
olai's or Davenport's planer and a new
Wm. Weber, working for the Moun
tain Stage Vo., met with aa accident on
Monday. hue working about one ot
the large hacks in the barn, the tongue
of the hack fell and struck him on the
head, cutting a gash that required sev
eral stitches to sew it up.
W. A. Slingerland returned Tuesday
from The Dalles. While there he pur
chased 100. acres of land adjourning his
fruit ranch, lie will commence im
proving iiis new purchase and prepare
to set out 10 acres of Red Astracnaai ap
ple trees next fall.
C. E. Cochran, brother to Mrs. C. L.
Copple, stopped over Sunday with his
relatives here. He had been to tho re
publican state convention, where he re
ceived the nomination fox prosecuting
attorney for the eigmli judicial district.
Travers Botany Class. The Botany
class, conducted by the Travers Curio
club, will meet for recitation Friday
afternoon at 4 o'clock in the A. O. U. W.
hall. A full attendance is desired.
Mrs. C. L. Henderson, who has been
visiting in Chicago for the poet two
months, is now at Cambridge, Mass,
where her son, L. M. Henderson, is a
student at Harvard.
The thanks of the Glacier force are
due C. D. Moore of White Salmon for a
nice mess of new potatoes on the 18th of
April. How high is this? New potatoes
on the 18th of April I
S. Cochran of Union county, father of
Mrs. C. L. Conple. is visiting hie rela
tives here. Mr. Cochran has been
spending the winter in California.
J. A. Allen, a druggist from Portland
if filling Chas. N. Clarke's place in his
drug store while he is on his wedding
The ladies aid society of the Congrega
tional church will meet on Friday after
noon at the home of Mrs. G. 1. Prather,
Mrs. J. F. Armor found a child's hand
kerchief edged with crochetted lace. It
will be left at this office for the owner
The Oregonian and the Evening Tel
egram for sale at Bradley's Book and
C D. Moore was in town Tuesday de
liveriug asparagus and taking orders for
A purse with money was found by
Miss Nellie Rogers and left at this office
for the owner.
Subscriptions taken for all publica
tions at Bradley's Book and Stationery
Buy your magazines and periodicals
at Bradley's Book and Stationery store.
H. W. Wait mourns the loss of a val
uable heifer calf that ditjd Tuesday.
U. F. Davidson has a house to rent
four miles in the country.
Mrs. O. L. Stranahan'is on the sick
list with the grip.
Men's kang. calf,'light, perfect fitters, stylish, plain or cap toe,
lacoorcong., IRON WEARERS, $2.25. .
Men's fine Shoes, tan or black kid, very tylish, $2.75 to $3.50.
Children's and misses grain, every-day shoe, $1.15 to $1.25.
Ladies' black or tan oxfords, latest tbe and fine fitters, made on
honor, sold on merit, $1.50 to $1.60.
Famous Dis. 76 School Shoes. y'
Ladies' street Hats, trimmed Hats, or trimmed to order. Our
styles and prices will please you.
Men's and boys' Alpine, stiff and crash Hats for spring and sum- '
mer, are very stylish and becoming to your style of loveliness. Quan
tity limited until more arrive from New York.
Values ia new spring suits that are world beaters.? We take your
measure accurately ; the Royal Tailors do the rest, insuring a perfect
fit. You are going to lose some money if you order before seeing this
superb line of fabrics, the acme of perfection, at the lowest price for
reliable tailor-made goods.
THE PEOPLE S STOKE.
East Hood River.
Sweeney savs the frost
John Sweeney savs
nothing in his orchards. He will have
3,000 bushels of apples this year and in
tends to keep the spray pump going all
through the warm weather to keep down
the eodlin moth.
W. A. Baird, who lost the sight of one
of his eyes while grubbing last winter
and afterwards had it extracted, is still
suffering from the effects of its taking
out. He may have to go to Portland
again for treatment.
Emil Klindt of The Dalles was visiting
his old friend Hans Lage last week. Mr.
Klindt has not been in Hood River for
20 vears and found many changes. He
is a son of Henry Klindt, an old pioneer
Grip has taken' a good hold on the
people of the neighborhood and has
caused 6ome severe sickness, besides in
terfering with many who are anxious to
be at their spring's work.
John Crosby went to Eastern Oregon
about a week ago to shear sheep but
after working one day was taken sick
and is now at homo under the doctor's
Perez Cox is under the doctor's care
with one of the types of grip or spring
fever that is going around.
The road supervisor has been gripped
along with the rest, which accounts for
the delay in some needed road work.
Geo. Wishart, who was reported sick
last week, is improving. -
Prof. Sisson took passage for Portland
on Monday's boat for the purpose of at
tending the civil service examinations
which, are being held in that city.
School was suspended the first three
days of the week.
E. Benjamin has bought the W. II.
Bishop place, consisting of 20 acres of
land partly improved, with small orchard
and house. Mr. Benjamin is adding an
ell to the building and will soon be set
tled in a well located and desirable home.
Edward Hauks is home from Sacra
mento on sick furlough, having been
confined to the hospital there for some
time. He is now nearly well and will
soon so back to his work.
No one could ask for a better winter
wheat prospect than exists throughout
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LUC Jjttl PlUC HUB Op, U'g. Ulttiutciiuiii
one to two feet high, according to the
lateness or earliness of the sowing last
fall. Fields that were pastured heavily
with stock all winter are holding their
own with the others, but farmers find
that full grown animals leave the ground
in a rough condition that will be trouble-j
some in harvest time.
A Eon of John Monroe arrived from
California last Friday on a visit to his
H. Hennagin and D. G. Boardman
have bought r new Southwick hay press
from C. D. Henrich and will take a
hand in baling this season's hay crop.
Mr. Hennagin is an extensive nay raiser
and thinks that the outlook for a heavy
yield of clover and timothy is much
better than it was at this time last year.
Don't Lose l'our Vote for President.
Registration now in progress is for the
November election as well as for the
election in June. Books close May 15th.
There will be no special' registration for
the presidential election. Electors wno
neglect to register now will not be per
mitted to exercise the franchise in June
or November, except by "swearing in"
their votes. This requires the affidavits
of six freeholders. Judge Prather is
registration officer for this district and
citizens must register at his office in
Tho Best Remedy for Rheumatism.
QUICK RELIEF FROM PAIN.
All who use Chamberlain's Pain Balm
for rheumatism are delighted with the
quick relief from pain which it affords.
When speaking of thisD.N.Sinks.of Troy,
Ohio.says : "Some time agol had a severe
attack of rheumatism in my arm and
shoulder. I tried numerous remedies but
cot no relief until I was recommended by
Mcssrs.Geo.F.Parsons & Co.,druggists of
this place, to try Chamberlain's Pain
Balm.- They recommended it so highly
that I bought a bottle. I was soon relieved
of all pain. I have since recommended
this liniment to many of my friends, who
agree with- me that it is the best remedy
for muscular rheumatism in the mar
ket." For sale by Williams & Brosius.
Valley Christian Church Services.
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching
at 11 a", m. and 7:45 p. m. by the pastor.
Junior society at 5:30. Christian en
deavor at 6 :45.
U. B. Church Sunday school, 10 a.
m. Sermon, "Hope," 11 a. m. Y.P.S.
C.E., 7 p. m., Miss Belle Howell, leader.
Sermon, "An Invitation to the Multi
tude," 8 p. m. Prayer service each
Wednesday, 7 :30 p.m. All are welcome.
Congregational Church. There will
be service's at this church at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Subject at morning service
will be "Helps to the Christian Life."
Sunday school at 10 a. m. ' C. E. service
at 7 p. m. with Prof. C. D. Thompson,
leader. To these services you are cor
dially invited. J. L. Hershser, Pastor.
A Testimonial from Old England.
"I consider Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy the best in the world for bronchitis,"
says William Savory, of Warrington,bng-
land. "It has saved my wife's life, she
having been a martyr to bronchitis for
over six vears. being most of the time con
fined to her bed- She is now quite well."
Sold by WillianaraBrosius,
To Residents of Hood Klvor and Vicinity,
Greetikg: "The house-renovating season
will soon be here, and I take this method of
calling yonr attention to the fuct that I shall
also be here, ready and anxious to assist you
in cvorv possible way.
M nalnt mid uleasine tones In Wall
Taper re like unto a 'mantle of charity," in
asmuch aa they hide a multitude or ueiecis,
and when properly applied will cause tne in
Minsrruent room of the house to become pleas
ing to the eye and satisfactory to the artistic
taste. To obtai n that usual aeairea resunismy
upkht at. RlTKINKSrt. I cannot warrant ten
dollar effects for a one dollar expenditure, but
I do guarantee satisfactory worK una resuus
at. live and let live urices. or no pay. If 3 ou
desire I shall be pleased t call at your home
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and make you prices. ( ESJTl M ATICH G RATI8.)
With manv thanks for oast URLromige and
a respect ful solicitation for a share of thesame
ID tne iuiure, i am very irmy yours,
K. H. I'lCKART),
Painter and Decorator, Hood Klver. Or.
For Sale or Trade.
Will sell on tlmo or trade for anything-of
6 acres good strawberry land near town,
15 acres near 'fucker, partly improved,
fiuih hu vers need noLanolV.
t) acres. 4 miles from town, partly Improved
20 acres, 7 miles from town, Improved.
J12 W. A. Bl.lNUKItt.ANP,
bone & Mcdonald
HOOD RIVER, OREGON. v
In the estimation of
will cover 300 or more -square
feet of surface in average con
dition, two coats to the gallon.
Every gallon is a full U. S.
standard measure. It is made
to Paint Buildings with. It
is the best and most durable
House Paint made.
Chas. N. Clarke, Agt., at the Glacier Pharmacy, U t ,
Go to him for pure fresh Drugs, Tatont Modlclnos and Wall Paper. Prescriptions tM ' S -k T
Family Keclpo&a specialty,
One piece one mile southwest of Tucker, 200
acres; 40 acres fenced, 6 acres cleared; house
and barn; county road through the pteceiHood
river runs ou one entire Bide; water easily talc-,
en out to irrigate from 20 to 3d acres, Price
from 10 to a) dollars per nere, according to
amount wanted and location. Will sell In
quantities to suit purchasers. Qood school
One piece 2 miles south of Tucker, 160 acres;
county road through piece; crock, with living
water, runs through for considerable irriga
tion; several acres good bottom land good
school mile; land unimproved. IMcefrom
12 to 20 dollars per acre, according to amount
and piece wanted.
One piece at Tucker, 5 miles from depot,
Hood Klver, 10 acres; will sell one acre or as
many more as wanted up to the whole piece.
Price from 25 to 125 dollars per aero; or. If yon
simply want to build a home, will give you a
piece for that purpose, provided you will
build upon It.
If you wish to locateorbuv land, try Tucker
before you purchase. Will guarantee lo give
you more good soil for sameauiount of money
than you can buy elsewhere In Hood Klver
valley. Berry ground, orchard or grass, or
anything elserulsod in this valley. Call ouor
address B. K. TtJcKKll,
f2 Tucker, Oregon.
Timber Land, Act Junes, 1878.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, The Dalles, Oro
eon. March 1. 1WX). Notice is hereby given
that In compliance with the provisions of
the act of congress -of June 8, 1878, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands in the
Slut of California, Oregon, Nevada uud
Of Hood River, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, has this day Hied In this office his sworn
statement No. 151, for the purchase of the
norm, range ro.veasL, v. m., mm win ouer
proor to snow tnat itie lano. .sougut is more
valuable lor Its timber or stono than for ag
ricultural purposes, and to establish his claim
to said land before the Resistor and Receiver
of this office at The Dalles, Oregon, on Friday,
tne lstn day or ivuiy, iuw.
He names as witnesses: i.ee morse, iiersey
Markley. John Bird and Johu Tucker, ullof
llood Klver, Oregon.
Any and all persons claim I ru adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims in this office on or beiore sal a
18th day of May, 1(K.
inumu jai r. i.ut;An, ueirisier.
There Is going to be a bonfire oon at the
nursery. Jf there Is anything you can use In
the Hue of trees, shrubs or plants, let me
know. H. C. EATi.ll AM
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver, Wash.. April 4,
1900.-Notice Is heioby given that the follow-
lug-named settlers have filed notice of their in-
E. Bound. Fr'm HOOD RIVER
Salt, Lake. Denver,
Kansas City, 1st.
una tne r.asi.
Walla Walla, Spo-
St, Paul, Duluth,
cago and feast.
For Han Francisco
Hall Doc. 8. 8. 13,18,
28,28,4 every ouay s.
To Astoria and way
Oresrou City. New-
berg.saiera s. way
and way landings.
Portland to Corval-
11s & way landings.
Riparia to Lewiston
ana f ri,
VV. H. HORLBUUT.
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or
Baoi.bv, Agent, Hood Klver.
,' . 4 ,
Furniture and Builders' Supplies,
Finishing Lumber and Shingles, r
Sales and Small Profits," Our Motto. Vifi
A full line of PAINTS and OILS always on liand .at Portlaiartl
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.
PICTUKES FRAMED AT SHORT NOTICE.. Vv
Carpets and Wall Paper.
Booma on Oak Street and Second Street,
Hood River, Or.
TJ. S. Commissioner,
Notary Public J. P. for Hood River District
GEO. T. PRATHER,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
I have lots and blocks for sale In dlltbrent parts of the town of Ilood River.
Also, have the exclusive suie of lots Ju Blowers' Addition, tbe most beautiful build
ing location in town.
Buslnoss, such as paying taxes for non-residents, or anything pertaining to tne
Ilipuy HMUI1UCU VO. l.,niliuuiinil tuwimuiy ,in
County Court, promptly
era or those looktn
plats to homeweuk-.
for lands. Have been a resident of Hood Klver valley for ai.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. L. Smith-Oldest Established House In th valley. j ).
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shops,
Hardware, Flour and Feed, etc. i
This old-established house will continue to pay cash for all its'
goods ; it pays no rent ; it employs a clerk but does not have to divide
with a partner all dividends are made with customers in the way of
A fine lot of Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps; latest styles and
blocks, including men's stiff Hats, Fedoras and Pashas.
We also have ordered direct from manufacturers in the East the
largest shipment of Shoes that we have ever brought to this town.
We will meet any and all competition in this line and feel certain
thut we can hold our own. Come and see us.
A. S. BLOWERS & SON.
Oi all Ms Df Furniture, CarsBts, WfQl Riiier, etc.
I challenge any one to get lower prices on House Furnishing Goods than I caa'.quoto.
i....!..i i..,r..u dv.. ,n hiitlillnir inntxrlRl f.ir contract work. -
Djjcvmi MjjM. . . ". o -
tention to make final proof lnsnnportof their,
claims, and that said proofs will be made be
fore the Register and Receiver U. . Land Of.
lice at Vancouver, Wash., on Tuesday, May
22, ltfOO, viz:
JOHN P. GALLAGHER,
Homestead Kntry No. 8014, for the southwest
y. section 23, township 8 north, range 11 cast,
W ho names the following witnesses to Drove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
John McLanahan, Rose Crawford, George E.
Wilte and Henry Johnson, all of Wbitu Hal-1
mon 1. O., Washington. .Also, . j
Widow nf Edward B. Crawford, deceased, II.
E. No. 8S10, for the southeast hi section 22,
township it north, range 11 east, Vi 111. Mer.
Who names the follow ing witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said laud, viz:
John P. Gallagher, John McI.annhan,Henry
Johnson and George K. White, all of White
Salmon P.O., Wa-hington.
ai3in!8 W. U. DUNBAR, Register. .
S. E. BARTMESS. ff J
C. L. ROGERS & CO.
isis uonis. wry, maw,
CANDY AND NUTS, ETC.
A nice line of Trimmed Hats about March 20th.
1 have moved my dalrv eowi from Trout
dale and located at Hood" Rlvr. Will he pre
pared to furnish a good ouality of milk, de
livered at your door, for 5c a quart, lave
orders with a L. Taylor or at Gliinr nfn
. JOHN llAYUUUN.
With F. E. JACKSON. He and the DAV
PORT BROS, have over One Million i
feet of good Dry Lumber
at Haynes' Spur.