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Stood Iftver Slacier.
S .FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1900.
j BRIEF LOCAL MAT1EBM.
land plaHtert Bartmess'.
"eiits for campers at Bartmess'..
Gei your mail box of Treat, the tinner.
The Glacier wants 16-inch stove wood
(VP. Ross is assistant in uie express
oliio at the depot.
Tin's all right we mean the new man
khat makes pictures.
Miss Julia Mckeisen oi ineuauesis
-i'nB Miss Madge Warre n.
D. Henrich expects to wind up tne
Lsi'Sement 01 noou iviver vuuey una
Frank Gregory went to Grass Valley
last week and brought down his hay
. , i v, i;n .....
ToOS. xJISnop liuo uecii imu ujy wuu
the grip for the past week and is quite
Ot J. Gessling, secretary of the Union,
will'be in his oltice Thursdays and Saturdays.
Mrs. C. J. Hayes, who "has heen visit
ing in Portland for the past three weeks,
is expected home today.
Mrs. R. R- AMard end daughter, Mu
ritli of Dufur were the guests of Mrs.
iijsthe during the week.
Jj. C. Rogers is hauling lumber and
will build a dwelling house on hia home
girad at the head of Neal creek.
He T. L. Eliot preached the Com
ii .jncemeat sermon at the Chemawa In
dian training school last Sunday.
JUrs. Langille is moving to Cloud Cap
Inn, and will have that famous inount
uiij resort open for tourists by July 4th.
0tw prices are as low as is compatible
situ business success and we deliver
f rae of charge. Clstdb IT. JBojinby.
kiss Carrie Butler arrived home last
Saturday from Portland, where she has
buen visiting for a couple of weeks.
iliss Maggie and Annie Frazier came
i.ame from Portland test Saturfiay,
where Annie has heen attending school.
Clarence Gilbert went to The Dalles
last Saturdav to attend the funeral of
lite former school-mate, Geo. Rush, jr
Our perpetual paradox holding
prices down when very trade cineum
stance is forcing prices up.
f Cltbb T. Bonney.
Prof. Hazard oi the Portland academy
came up last week to joia his family who
are summering at Mrs. Alma Howe's
Mrs. C. L. Henderson, who has been
visiting her son, Prof. L. C. Henderson,
sijam bridge university, Massachusetts,
ill expected home snortiy.
)r. F. C. Brosius has returned and
in lie found in his office over Williams
Brosius' drug store, between the hours
af 10-11 a. m.,3 and 0-7 p. nu
f Miss Mary Wolfard came over from
White Salmon. Saturday, to attend
iProf. Allard's class reunion, and spent a
couple of days visiting in wood uiver
I Acker's English Remedy will stop a
Cough at any time, and will cure the
worst cold in twelve hours, or money re
funded. 25 and 50c. Williams & Urosius
f The cheapest place to buy urniture
.and building material in town, and we
Vifl aclc up the statement by figures, i
Ask our patrons. 8. E. Bartmess.
I B. F. Belieu is again laid up with the
tain in his head, and Saturday he went
to Portland to consult an expert who (
treated him before for the same com
plaint. ( J. C. Boggs picked and sold to Bone
JBroa., for Kennedy's cannery ,400 pounds
o! cherries from one tree, realizing f 10.
JThe cherries are a black variety, for
-which he does not know the name.
Feed and flaw will always be iursish
ed by Rand & Stewart at lowest market
ates. Baaa, 12 per ton ; bran and shorts,
$13 per ton ; Shorts, $14 per ton. Pea
Icock flour, 75c sack; Dalles Diamond,
j CD. Henrich, agent for Mitchell,
Lewis & Staver Co. of Portland, received
& carload of mowins machines and farm-
i ine implements during the week for his
f patrons in nood River.
I Mrs. Parker received a letter from her
i son. James, last week, dated at Dutch
j Harbor, June 7th. Jim reported a
1 feasant tri. He is bound for Nome,
on the steamshvp Elder, and expects to
reach his destination about June 25th.
John Lelaud Henderson and li in AO.
sistants finished surveying and niacins
monuments to mark the corners of th
streets in town on Tuesday. He put in
6 days at this -work gratuitously.
borne day, when our town is all burned
up, property -owners will be enahtod tn
locate their real-estate by these mon
uments, and then Mr. Henderson's work
will be fully appreciated.
M. F. Loy is in town. He recentlv re
ceived a letter from his son Will, who is
m mo -iouj regiment m ine rnuipnines.
Will was seriously wounded in battle
about the time -Gen. Lawton was killed.
He was taken aboard a hospital ship
and wrote from Australia. statins that
he was recovering from his wounds and
was on his way to rejoin his regiment.
C D. Moore of White Salmon has dip-
covered a plan to get early strawberry
sets. He takes the first runners that
start from new plants and sets them in
the ground same as grape cuttings. In
inree weeks, n weii cared for, they make
good plants and are ready to set out.
He will commence next week to set out
20,509 plants he has secured this way.
Sam Eliot was a meiriber of the grad
uating class at the Portland academy
last week. He .expects to enter the
freshman class next fall at Washington
University, St. Louis. This university
was founaed by the father of Dr. T. L.
Eliot and recently received an endow
ment of lands valued at f 3,000,000.
T. H. Clark returned from Stevenson
on Tuesday. He has been doing assess
ment wont on his quartz claim m the
Lookout Mountain district. He brought
home some rich specimens of ore from
his mine and is feeling jubilant over his
prospects. He says the Moor mine has
been bonded for $80,000.
Hood River will .celebrate the 4th of
July fey going away from home. Bingen
will capture many of our eiebraters.
Crapper district will take some of us,
while others will join the Astoria ex
cursion or go in small parties to the
woods and mountains.
Peter Lou of St. Paul. Minn., is a
Piipst. nf .T. C. Koffe-s. Mr. Long is an
artist, here primarily for his health, but
is sight-seeing and improves his leisure
by sketching our grand scenery. He is
dehgMed with Hood Kiver.
The old TJnkxa warehouse is offered
tfor sale. Xlus Tailroad company has
served ritice on the officers of the
Ubwh that the building must be removed
to the new track on this side of the
main line. Here is a .chance for some
onie to purchase the "building cheap.
Mrs. D. Everhart was taken quite
sick with gastritis, last week, and was
iaken tn a Portland fcdtfiuital for treat
ment. Her nori. Herman, accompanied
her to Portland and returned home Fri
day evening, reportaiftg his mother much
Miss Pearl Dishrow received a letter
last week from t.Ti nronrletor of a res
taurant in Fargo, N. D., who said he
uses 300 or 400 crates of strawberries a.
aipis.r hut never found hemes the equal
to some Hood River iruit ht got hold of
The Clark's Seedling strawberry is not
running out in the Crapper settlement.
Geo. A. McCurdy got 548 crates from 2i
acre. i Jvaa 93 000 nlants. set 16 in
ches 3 feet. Half the plants ire four
vears old. Will Cranner. m tne same
num ber of acres, picked 650 crates.
Rnht. T.eaanre vhn last week repaired
the Mt. Hood stage road reports that the
heavv rains afterwards washed out near
ly all he had repaired. The enow is all
gone from the road and there is none
around the Inn. Tills vs the earliest he
has ever known the snow to disappear
from about the Inn.
U'm. Oarfltons. who has been attend
ing the Indian school at Chemawa,
He is well pleased with the echool. The
Indian bovs and girls are given a chance
mere to secure an eaucauoii.
also learn trades atd the girls are in
utructed In household dmaes .
Henry F. Lage, who is foreman on
MaWlm Mwlir'a farm on the East
Side, has abnnt 40 acres of wheat that
Vio i-;n t. Tt ia on id to be the
best piece of wheat ever grown in Hood
Bivor vol loir TierA is irtpat Quantity
of wheat heinff cut for hav. but s tlie
iprke of wheat is going up, he thougm
:best to cut this piece for seed.
V v irnanff WrvM was in tow
he wirl set a force of women at ors
thinning his apples. He has a fine pros
pect for vriater apples. His Srnfzen
"hergs are bearing full. The Middle
Fork Irrigation Co. have completed their
main ditch over the divide into Evans
reek. This gives a natural waterway
for two railea. Laterals will now be
constructed and the worV at irrigating
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold on a
positive guarantee. Cure iieartburn,dis
tress after eating, raising of the food, or
any form of dyspepsia. One little tablet
gives immediate relief, zbc and ouc.
Williams & Brosius,
L. J. Orendorf and wife of Portland
are camped in Waucoma addition. They
are here for health. Mr. Orendorff is an
old soldier, having served in the 4th
Wisconsin cavalry during the civil war.
E. L. Smith, president rf the state
board of horticulture, accompanied by
Commissioner Schanno, made a tour of
inspection of orchards about The Dalles
and as far as Grants, last week
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Stranahan are
stopping atS. M, Baldwin's, Mt. Hood
Mrs. Stranahan is still -cuite feeble and
not able to go into camp on the East
Fork, as was their intention.
Miss Belie Howell and Miss Gloria
Lane left on the train Wednesday morn
ing for Portland, to attend the Y. P. C.
U. branch convention of Oregon confer
ence U. B. church,
TheC E. society of the Congrega
tional church will give an ice cream so
cial at the home of Mrs. 8. J. La France,
Friday evening, June 29th, Ice cream
and cake, 15c.
Win. Jackson, who is farming in SheT-'
man county, near Moro, was visiting his
relatives in Hood River during the week.
Mr. Jackson reports the gram crops in
Rev. II. K. Benson preached his fare
well sermon in the U. B. church last
Sunday. Mr. Benson expects to remain
in Oregon till August 1st, when he will
Jas. II. McKibben, publisher of the
Senator, the organ of the Kmights of
Pythias, Portland, was in town luesaay
and made the Glacier a fraternal call.
Mrs. Pratt Whitcomb and daughter
Gertrude of Portland arrived on the
Dalles City, Tuesday, for a visit with
Mrs. Whitcomb's mother, Mrs. nuuon.
Mks Lillian M, Tostsyin of Chicago
arrived in Hood River last Saturday on
three-months visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. N. Tostevin.
W. M. Bird, aged 54, died in camp on
i Rutin nlace. 2 miles south of town,
Tuesday night. He leaves a widow and
ATiafl Annio BrettelL who has been
the past two weeks with Mrs
' . , . - i i . T. -f
Bivthe. rewirnea to ner iiuiue iuiv
TT. S. Richmond of Mt. Hood came to
tivun nn Tuesday to aualHV as iorest
ranger for -another term, and will begin
his duties today.
Wm Timmnann has made arrange
ments to Drocure a street sprinkler and
expects to begin sprinkling the streets
Mrs. J. R. Nickelsen and son Donald
tWT 1 1 Ilun
went to Portland, weanesaay. iir
Nickelsett is a delegate to the u. .d. con
Wa handle what vou eat and we mean
,, w . . ..J
t make nnr store Stana suouiuer w
shoulder with your wants.
Ti,(to TTenrv. who was laid up in bed
last week with his old disabilities incur-
,aA in the nrmv. IS aain umo i
1CU 111 v.. v I w
TJ ladies' aid society of the Congre
gational church will meet ax me
r,iQ f Mrs Hershner Friday after-
noun. . . . , . , ... .
rTI, netaa that Se IS 1USI IHO
VAJll vi.i.v .
in .im vmi nnss vour cup ior
lliaij n in mi. fa -n .
more. ulydb a. du.i.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Holmes nd son
nui:, r.t Pntlanrt are . rusilcauiiK
i,o,vVni.h on Lvman Smith avenue
A union Sunday school was organises
at Stevenson last sunaay, wuu
ckowill na snnerintenueui.
mu. T.nmher Co. has installed
a 120 candte power electric light plant at
mill No. 1, at unenoweiu
p4 nurse containing moiy
and list of articles to be feought at store,
Tnmiire of the Glacier.
1 - ij . t rwf rt nn
t ll..wn ill i,jii v..
U. A ." - . . ..i.:.!...l
Wednesday a stool of oats oonwiu.uB
stalks, u stooa auouu
A very pretty home wedding was sol
emnized at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Locke, at noon, Wednesday, June
27, 1900, when their daughter Margaret
was married to Wilbur II. Galligan,
son of James R. Galligan. Rev. II. K.
Benson of the United Brethren church
officiated ia the simple but impressive
ceremony. Only the immediate rela
tives were present. The parlors were
very taBtily decorated with ferns and
cut flowers. After the wedding cer
emony the guests sat down to an ele
gant dinner. The centracting parties
are well known and highly esteemed by
all. The Glacirb joins their many,
friends ia congratulations and in wishes
for a most pleasant and prosperous
The reunion Saturday night, at the
Mt. Hood hotel, of Prof. R. R. Allard's
graduating classes from the Hood River
public school was a decided success.
Members of the classes of '98 and '99
and a number of invited guests were
present The tiuie was pleasantly passed
with parlor games till 10:30, when the'
young people repaired to the spacious
dining hall, where a banquet was served
under the direction of the genial pro
prietor of the Mt. Hood house. Inter
spersing the appropriate collation were
the following toasts: "Looking Back
ward," Superintendent C. L. Gilbert;
"The Class of '98," Grace Howell; "The
Class oi '99," Mary Wolfard; "Re
marks," Prof. C. D. Thompson; ''"First
Year in College," Meigs Bartmess;
"School Days," Agnes Dukes; "Rem
iniscences," Prof. R. R. Allard.
As the Misses Grace Howell and Agnes
Dukes were not present, Prof. Allard as
toastmaster called upon Miss Hester
Howe and E. N. Blytho to fill the va
cancies, and gave them the respective
topics, "Monmouth Normal School" and
the ' -University -of Uregon.
Those present were Earl Bartmess, '98 ;
Meigs Bartmess, '98: Clara Bivthe. '98:
Fay LaFrance, '98 ; Mary Wolfard, '99 ;
Nelly Clarke, '99; Ernest Hinrichs, '99;
lrof. and Mrs. Allard, Frof. C. V.
Thompson, Superintendent and Mrs.
Gilbert, Miss Anne Smith, Miss Hester
Howe, JSed my the.
These Warm Days
You will need
semething cool. Ladies' Sleeveless Vesta, and
Struck fey a Train nnd Killed.
A man named Samuel Mciarr was
run over and killed at the -west switch,
Hood River, by the passenger train that
arrives from Portland at 11 :42, Monday
night. Coroner Butts came down from
The Dalles on the early morning train
and held an inquest. Testimony of a
witness developed the fact that he had
been drinking on the -evening of his
death. Night operator Carrel, who saw
the body soon after death, testified that
there was a -strong odor of whisky. The
jury Tendered a verdict as follows : "We,
the jury impanneled by W. H. But ts,
coroner, to inquire iato the cause of the
death of the body now wefore ua, find
from the evidence and papers on body
his name to be Samuel MeGarr; was
ahout 30 or 35 years old ; height ahout 5
feet 8 inches; Scotch nativity; sandy
hair and mustache; front teeth very
prominent: and tliat he easne to his
death by being struck and dragged to
death by passenger train jno. b, at west
i . t 1l i. t ii i r: ci: 1 .
erra oi swiicii Hi. noou iviver. oigneu:
11. rerguson, w. w. dirown, Wm
Thompson, E. S. Olinger, G. S. Evans
W. 11. Allen."
. . 1 f l.yi !jnf1
,i r .T. Haves.
Miss Gladys Harder is spending a
,r,le of weeks visiting menus uuu ...
oticea i'ji U'&seO.
.L..;ila hranh tore in
is named "Reciprocity Cen
teRy vour magazines ndfiodicals
t Rradlev's Book and fciauouerj
-Anas Sadie Orr has beJQ elected
. i" Hie shoolsof asco,
teacner in "" r , J
mh!an of last week reported
rr", . visitor in Vancouver,
"TCI w Tfound by young Byerlee
A. El -V .K,a office for the owser.
"V? : Allen and sister went to
Pnrtfand e Tuesday by boat
rortianaw treating hU house
.nJi, a'tree'ttoacoatof paint
,1ia Virginia Marden of The Dalles is
vHtiof Miss Anna bmitn.
I. r l fir UV II -
J9.5U a J410110-- . j Unlit.
Jjaraess and bikesrepa.ced by J.HUt.
Summer Corsets, 50c
Organdies and Dimmities, very pretty, 12sC.
Ladies' Wrappers, full length and size, $1.00.
Ties A nice new lot in for gentlemen, 15c to 50c.
Men's Linen Hats, 30c ; Doys, 25c; -stylish and cool cnougli for
Youths' and boys' rock cloth Bicycle Shoes, $1 and $1.10; men's
same, $1.50 ; cooler and better than tennis shoes.
Ladies' Tan vicl kid Oxfords, $1.00, custom made ; finer ones, $2,15.
Men's fine light summer -underwear, 60c and 70c per suit.
Men's worsted Pants, stripes, pretty patterns. These are well
made goods and good fitters ; French waist. You cannot duplicate
them at our price, $1.65,
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
Columbia and Hartford Bicycles.
Union Sunday School Picnic.
The union rJuitttay echo! picnie an
nounced for last Thursday, was not held
on that day owing to the inclement
weather. .Notwithstanding the day
about 60 persons gathered on the ground
at JSeal creeK and report naving had a
good time in the rain. The next day
(Friday) about zuu persons met on uie
picnic -grounds and had a mtostenjoyahle
lime. Asme irom uie privilege oi lei
lowship which the occasion designed to
afford, and which everyone enjoyed,
much merriment was occasioned oy
the women s race, the fat man's race
and the sack races. The Hood River
band was present and furnished good
music, which was thoroughly appreciat
ed. With perfect roads, a cloudless sky,
a happy crowd of children, and young
and old people, tne occasion is one mai
will long he remembered.
White Salmon Still Ahead.
S. C. Zeigler of White Salmon reports
that while others complain of short
crops of strawberries, he had a full
crop, if not a crop and a half. From
three acres -ne stuppea ozu crates oi nrst
class berries, besides what he nsed for
his own household. A more remarkable
statement than the above is Mr. Zeig
ler's return on tomatoes last year. From
less than ltalf an acre -of ground he
raised and shipped to the W. B. Glafke
Co; of Portland 1000 crates of tomatoes,
and 75 to Seattle, besides selling at least
50 crates at home. He realized from
this half acre $401 clear, lhis land, Ins
neighbors said when he moved upon his
place, would not grow white beans. It
was a barren sandy hill-side. He has
tlie same eround in tonfatoes this year,
and he thinks his plants promise better
than last year.
Crapper District will Celebrate.
Editor Glacier : The citizens of Crap
per district decided to have a short pro
gramme aad basket picnic on the 4th of
July. T. J. Cunning w ill read the dec
laration OI independence aim auureBBeu
will be made by Rev. Frank Spaulding,
and others. A stand on the grounds
will supply ice cream, lemonade,, etc.
We extend a cordial invitation to all
who have not made other arrangements
for that day to come and join with us in
observing the 124th anniversary of thei
nation's birtn. ine picnic win oe in
the oaks east of the school house. Come
one, come all, and bring your baskets
full of something good to eat.
J. W ICKHAM.
Not for Sale.
Hood River, June 26, 1900. Editor
(ii krw. I see the emporium inserts
thin ill the Glacier :
28. A strip of land 30 leet wide Dy
mile long, with the creek, lying between
the west side of Blowers addition and
the county road at r aradise iarm. rrice
. ',. - i -i il. Tl.!- .I-'
This land 18 a pari oi ine jcumiib uu-
natinn land claim and belongs to me
have never authorized the Emporium or
. . rr t l ii : i
nnv nneelse WQUer 11 ior saie. ii is nut
for sale. M. Sck Adams
Shows the state of your feelings and the
state of your health as well. Impure
blood makes itself apparent in a pale
and sallow -complexion, Pimples and
Skin Eruptions. If you are feeling
weak and worn out, and do not have a
healthy appearance, you should try
Anker's Blond Elixir. It ewes all blood
diseases, where cheap sarsaparillas and
so-called purifiers fail; knowing this.we
sell every bottle on a positive guarantee.
Williams & lirosius.
A Tleasant Charivari.
Fbankton, June 28, 1900.-Editor Gla
cier: xweety-one oi us young iuuua
from Hood River, Frankton and Bel
mont eathered at Father Locke's last
evening, carrying tin cans, circular saws,
guns, whistles in iact anyuung wim
would make an unearthly noise, ine
fort uns soon taken. For about ten
minutes, pandemonium seemed out for
a holiday. Then Mr. W llbur 11. Gallig
an very cordially wok us in, prefjji.eu
his blushing bride, and after a jolly so
cial hour's entertainment, with music
on the side, we were served with the
daintifist at lunches, cake, fruit and
lemonade, followed by choice cigars.
About midnight, we left for home, leav
ing our sincerest wishes for the health,
wealth and happiness of one of the
brightest and beet young married
couples in Wasco county. This is the
way we charivaried "Dick" Galligan.
' D. N. B.
A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured.
"At one time I suffered from a severe
sprain of the ankle," says Geo.E.Cary,
editor of the Guide, Washington, va.
"After using several well recommended
medicines without success, I tried Cham
berlain's Pain Balm, and am pleased to
say that relief came as soon as I began its
use and a complete cure speedily fol
lowed." Sold by Williams & Brosius.
Congregational church. The quarter
ly communion service of this church
will be held next Sunday at 11 a. m.
The pastor will make a brief address.
Sunday school at 10 a. tn.; Junior at 4
p.m.; V. Hi. service at i:ov, uiwi
Uur JNationai nouaay. rreuuuuig
.service at 8 p. m. A welcome to all who
M. E. church service. Sunday-school
10 a. m. ; preaching followed by class
service, 11 a. m.; Epworth League
prayer meeting, 6:45 p. m. ; general ser
vices of League, 7:15 p. tn.; preaching 8
p. m. ; regular prayer meeting Thurs
day evening at 8 p. m. F. A. Spalding,
A Good Cough Medicine.
It speaks well forChamberlaia's Cough
Tlemed vwlien druinrists use it in their own
families in preference to an y other."Iha ve
soldChamberlain'sCough Remedy for the
past five years with complete satisfaction
to myself and customers," says Druggist
J. Goldsmith, Van Etten.N. Y. "I have
always used it in my own family both for
ordinary coughs and colds and for the
cough following la grippe.and find it verv
effi rations.1' For sale bv Williams &
F. Rathbun. engineer atNicolai's mill,
is an old soldier, ha"ing served in the
24th New York cavalry during the civil
To destroy gophers, take a piece of
rlot h and din it in coal oil, and when
thnrniitrlilv wet wring it out and dust
snlnhur all over it. then roll it up like
Vm mi J
11:42 p. m.
Fr'm HOOD RIVER
Salt I.nke, Peuwr,
t w orui.umnnn,
Kansas City, Ht
ana lue cam.
Walla Walla, Rpo-
St Haul, Duluth,
cugo and East.
Salt Lake, Denver,
Kantian City. St.
auU tne luo.
For Han Fraiw-lHco-Sail
every 6 duys,
1:90 p. in.
bone & Mcdonald
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
THE HOUSE FURNISHER,
Carries a full and complete stock of FURNITURE, incluSing new
and elegant designs in Floor Matting. We aim to keep in stock the
latest designs in Bed Room Suites.
Step in nnd loolc at our Hammocks, from 75c tip.
In Builders' Supplies our stock is unequalod. Picture -Frames a
Tatronize home industry and buy Boyed's Bricks of us.
A carload of lumber and Bhingles just unloaded.
W. I Fuller's prepared Taints are unequaled. We carry a full
We appreciate the patronage given us by the peoplo of Hood
River and vicinity and hope to continue to merit it.
COME AND GET OUR PRICES.
i: 30 a.m.
A a.m. :
Dalles, Portland & As
toria navigation uo.
Dally (except Sunday) between
The Dalles, Hood River, Cascade Locks,
Vancouver and "ortianu,
Touchlnzat way points on both sides of the
rtnth of the above Htcamors have been re-
built and are In excellent Bhape fin the seu
son of 11KK). The Heffulator line Will endeavor
to Rive ItH patrons the Tem. service poniie.
For comfort, economy and pleRHure, travel
bv the steamern of the Regulator l-inc.
"Dalles City leaves The Dalles at 7 a. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Kegulalor leaves ui a. m. imuiiuuj, yvku-
nMln.v find YltlaV.
Leave roruana it, mr, arrive i mc inncn
p. in. Arrive at J'ortlaua :.t) p. in.
Portland office, Oak St.. Dock. The Dalle
office, Court street.
W. C. ALLAWAY,
a jelly roll, and you have a compact wad
winch win reaany num. ignt n, mm
Int. it, cet burnina nood. then put it in
t.hp. unnlier hole and cover it with earth
The fumes travel down the run, and the
rodent thinks vour friendship warm
enough to drop.
At Underwoods, Wash., June 25,1900,
to Mt. and Mrs. John Dark, a daughter
A Practical Demonstration.
A fact proved by actual demonstration Is
more satisfactory than any theoretical propo
sition. Keallzing this, and knowing that
they have a proposition wnicn iney can guar
antee, THhi OKKUON BAMTAUI ulAjHr.i
i '.OM PA NY. of The DalleH. Oregon, have con
structed one or tlieir sanitary ciosei anu pui
ni &!im intA iwjinJ oneration.
This closet Is w toeatcd In the rear of
Charles Burchtorrs bicycle repair suire, on
Second street, between Federal and lJHighlln
streets, The Dalles, Oregon, ana ine piroiic
in nrriiuiiv invited to call tinon either dans.
Burehtorf, at his store, or 11. . liuiur. viiki
Block, and they will be cheerfully shown the
same. This company is now prenareu n nu
orders promptly, parties denlrlng this sys
tem wili be furnlBtied lull iiiiormauon npm
ptilication tow eorresponttence wiin it.
DUKUB. The Dallew. Oregon.
A Good Report,
Hood Rives, June 19, 1900. Editor
Glacikr: I picked 33 crates oi straw
berries off 25 rodg of ground ; sold them
fnr1.40a crate: clear of picking and
.crates, they fetclied at the rate of 2U)
an acre. v nen mey cominenceu ut
KiAf.m I nut on citrate of soda at the
rate of 100 pounds. My gain was 30
Clark Seedling is
per cent over the rest of my pat-h.
dopsn't kiok like the Clark Seedlia
Adrertised Letter List.
June 25. 1900.
Hart, Mrs A W 2 Aylsworth, W C
L"lia. Mrs Jack Kornsife, 5
Parker, Mrs F Matliews, Lawtecce
Randall, Miss NellieKelleyj t
Rich,' Miss Mary rSmitli, E D
U'renn, Miss Etta Wike, Louis
To Astoria and way
Orecon City. New-
una way lanuings,
Portland to Corval-
lis & way landings.
Rtpurla to Lewlston
and ! ri.
Chas. N. Clarke, Agt., at the Glacier Pharmacy.
Oo to him for pure fresh Drugs, I'atent Medicines and Wall rajper. rresenpuoas ana
Family Uoclpcs a specialty.
W. H. HORLBURT.
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or
BAOLKV, AgiHiU, Hood River.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
J.and OfTico at The Dalles, Oregon, May 28,
ma Notice la hereby iitven that the lonow.
nnmoH of-tllnr Iihh filed notice of his In-
inntinn timmmitiAand make final nrofitf In
sunnort of his claim, and that said proof will
he marie hefore Oeorce T. frUr. D. H. Com'
missioner. ai- noim ivivei, uicsm, vu
day, July , ww, visit
Of Hood River, Oregon, II. E. No. 0757, for the
southwest li boutlwast H and southeast li
southwest section 0,and east H nortliwest li
section 7. township 2 north, range 10east,W.M.
He names uie loiiowing wiinuhses w nuvo
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion ot, said land, viz: .
n ri.n i nwn v. nnmuei mmjaiartrrv. i-iiiiv
Davefioort and Henry Prigge, all of Hood
. . . ' . " ...... . T . , 1 1 , Tl...l. ......
jeljyw JAI 1. UVKjrrj, mKini..i,
KOT1CE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Toe Dalles, Oregon, May 28,
lunn. Notice Is hereby itlven that the follow-
inir-named settler has filed notice of his In-
Uintlnn In nmllK filial tiroof in SUIinOrt of ll
claim, and lhatsald proof will be made before
gon, OU Monday, j uiy u, juuu, via;
NATHAN P. R TITKOKMH.
of Mnslnr. Oregon. H. E. No. 42.)2. for the
nortliwest M souineasi m,iuuuiiui
and southeast li southwest section It,
:t .,.. ... 11 n..ut 117 M
Lownsniu s uorni, ibiikc wu. . . .
Ha niunesthe followlmc witnesses U prove
his coatiBuuus residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said lwna, wc
L. Daventiort. W. E. ITuHVey, K. Ti. Wood
.nil .1. W. Iliiskev. ail of Monlcr. Oregon.
leljy'l j , i r. 1jU;ab, uegiiwr.
Keeistered Jersey Bui
1 have purchased the thoroughbred Jersey
Bull from Lyman Smith that lie bought from
ih putuij 4rt me uu w . n. ijiqi oi ruruuiiu.
This batl has a noblo pedigree: he was sired
by Chief Engineer 47147; his mother, Brown
lsesie74iM7, was me Cliaiuixvil wmwr
the world's fair, with a reeord of 18 It s 3 oz. of
butter a week. Service to a limited number,
only :, butuiustbe paid in advance.
In the estimation of
Every gallon 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.
U. S. Commssioner.
J. P. for Hood River District
GEO. T. PRATHER,
Abstracter it Conveyancer, M Male ml Insurance.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
I have lots and blocks for sale In different parts of the town of Hood River.
Also, have thee.xclnslve sale of lot In Blowers' Addition, the most beautiful build
ing location In town. -
Business, such as paying taxes for non-residents, or anything pertaining to the
County St, promptly attended u. Can furnish township pRis to hoine-seek-ers
or those looking for lands. Have becu a resident of Hood River Valley for 21
years. Correspondence solicited. telephone 6a.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. L.Bmlth-01dost Established House in th. vallty.
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Flour and Teed, etc.
This olJ-establiHhed house will continue to pay cash for all its
goods ; it pays no rent ; it employs a clerk but does not have to divido
with a partner all dividends ro made with .customers In the way of
reasonable prices. ,
A fine lot of Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps; latest
blocks, including men's stiff Hats, Fedoras and Paslias.
We lso Lave ordered direct from manufacturers in the East Che
largest shipment of Shoes that we have ever brought to this town.
We will meet any and all competition in this lino and fuel certain
that we can hold onr own. Come and see us.
A. S. BLOWERS & SON.
PSTN -d m r,""
fi 31 sv rr1! I 0Bm, rT
On all HMs of Fnmtnie, CuOTfits, Wall PagBr, etc.
I challenge any one to get lower prices on House Furnishing Goods than I canquote.
Special figures given oo building material for contract work.
S. E. BARTMESS.
C. L. ROGERS & CO.
For Sale or Trade.
W'HI sell on time or trade for anything of
5 acres Kood strawberry liiud Bear town.
15 acres near Tucker, partly Improved,
(.'ash buyers need not apply.
9 acres, 4 miles from town, partly Improved
20 acres, 7 miles from town, Improved.
i itt W. A. HL1NO KltLANP.
High Grade Bicycles
At J. HULLT'S Marnew-Bw-ycle Shop.
Graining, Natural Finishing, etc.
.Estimates Csatu. E. II. PJCKAED,
Farm for Sale.
m arm. Mail v fill In cultivation. Th very
choice of Hood Kiver valley; 2 miles soalii ol
town. Make me any old oner.
tat A. K. DISKKOW,
Two lots In Barfett-Slpma addition for sale
at foO a lot. This IscboUie residencctroiierty.
AppJy at tbehuleroiriee.
For repsdriag Shoes and Harness. All work
done la workmanlike order aad on short no
tice at reasonable jM-lees. wim me Desi ma
ioriuiui'un aecure. MhOD in Odd Fellows'
building. Come and see us when you need
work done. . J- i- uuldas a- wvm.
Lais' Mi Gi, How, wm,
CANDY AND NUTS, ETC.
A nice line of all-over Laces, Lace Curtains, etc
LEAVE ORDERS TOR
With F. E. JACKSON. He and the DAVEN
PORT BROS, have over One Million
feet of good Dry Lumber
at Haynes' Spur,