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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1900.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS. .
j Bird cages at Sherrill's.
Full line of furniture at SherriU's.
I gpcoud hand bikes at John Ilullt's.
bargains at Denver Clothing Store. .
I penver Clothing Store for bargains.
The H.R. M. & P. Co. buys poultry.
I Harness and bikes repaired by J. Hullt,
I Kitchen treasures, $2.50 at Sherrill's.
J siierrill's prices are as low as Portland
I jia3 Nellie Wiikham is visiting in
i For Eyrkett's butter, go to Bone &
i Washing machines, $3.75 and'and f4,
at Sherrill's. '
t Just received, one half ton coffee, at
Tone & McDonald's.
5 For clothing of all kinds go to the
Penver Clothing Store.
I 100 sacks of Yellow Deveronions for
gale by G D. Woodworth.
i, IF. F. Davidson is confined to his bed
Vith an attack of typhoid fever.
1 For guns, ammunition and fishing
tackle, go to Bone & McDonald.
I If you have any vegetables to sell, call
in the H. R- M. & P. Co. for prices.
? My Sunflower lard, guaranteed the
tiPgt. Bonk & McDonald. ,
I Buy your magazines and periodicals
at Bradley's Book and Stationery store.
' If you have any cattle to sell, see the
I. R. Moat & Produce Co. for prices.
? Prof. Frank Creasey of Three Rivers,
Mich. i is visiting his cousin, II. F.
f Geo. P. Crowell's store building has
jieen treated to a new sign, the work of
j. B. Hunt.
i Miss Bertha Sunderland came up from
Portland Saturday and is visiting with
?Mis8 Nellie Clark.
II. J. Frederick has opened a carpen
ter shop on state street in the rear of
Mowers' new building. .
; New market, new meats, new people,
tiiew prices. Remember the Hood River
Moat & Produce CoV market. ;
i Those Brownielunch boxes are just the
thing for the children to carry their
punches ia. At Sherrill's.
Warren J.iiller brought to the Glacier
oflice some corn of the Yellow Dent var
iety, measuring 8 foot in hight.
Yurh Yum matresses, 2.25; common
fvoven-wire .mattresses, 1.50; Western
.washers, $3.50, at S. E. Bartmess.'
Why pay 20c for package coffee when
,. we will sell you good bulk coffee for 15c
1 per ft. Bonk & McDonald.
I Clarence Gilbert was in Portland last
week. He is being treated by a special-1
' it for deafness, and is getting along
I Miss Hester Howe expects to leave
next. week for Monmouth, where she will
i continue her studies at the state normal
I ScpHBoorman came home from Sher
' man county last Saturday. He has been
; employed in running a separator for-W.
? A, F. Hershner with his two daughters,
3 Joyce and Blanche, of Corvallis is visit
; fug his brother, Rev. J. L. Hershner and
, tanuly. -
' Mrs. E. B. Clark and daughter, Beu-
; Jan, of tort Stevens are m Hood Kiver,
' visiting with Mrs. Clark s mother, Mrs.
: J. Bagley, after nearly a vear's steady
i work as O. R. & N. agent at Hood River,
; is taking a three week's vacation. Frank
JiaUden is his substitute.
See Bartmess' reduced prices. Also
note tne articles marked "same om
price" and see if you have been purchas
ing tnese oneaper eisewnere.
Miss Arvilla Poore left Wednesday for.
Monmouth, where she will enter the
Normal school. Her mother, Mrs
Dishman accompanied her to Monmouth
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Armor and Mrs,
Rachel Hershner were chosen as dele
sates to attend the state association of
Congregational churches at Hillsboro,
on the 25th to 27th inst.
For Sale. Two lots in Hood River,
each 50 by 150 ; $90 for the two. Fine
view of Columbia and Hood rivers;
beautiful building site. Must be sold in
ten days at the Emporium.
Notice the change in the time sched
ule of the O. R. & N Co. The morn
ing train from Portland arrives here
now at 11 :25, and the afternoon west
bound train passes here at 2 :05.
Here is a Bargain A four room dwel-.
ling in good repair; lot 50x100; centrally
located ; three blocks from depot ; in town
of Hood River, Or. Price, spot cash,
$500. Call on Geo. T. Prather for furth
er particulars. ' .
Another case of small pox has develop
ed below Underwood landing. Ed Thorn
ton and wife on the old Hunsucker place
have the disease in mild form. As this
place is well isolated there is little dan
ger of a further spread.
Dr. F. C. Brosius has removed to his
new residence at the west end of Oak
street, midway between' the school house
and armorv, and can be found in his of
fice over Williams & Brosius' drug store
between the hours of 10-11 a. m., 2-3
and 6-7 p. m.
C. D. Woodworth has sold from of
an acre 551 crates of blackberries, and
has to leave at least 50 crates more on
the vines because he can't get pickers ,
enough. Mr. Woodworth will realize 38
cents per crate net for his blackberries.
Four new-comers, C. H. Sproat, Boyd
Sproat., YV. C. Sproat and F. G. Church,
from East Grand Forks, Minn., have
lately come into the valley and purchas
ed fruit farms. Thev bought F. Kopke's
place on the East Side and E. E. Sav
age's place at Belmont. .
Read This One of the best and earl
iest fruit farms, within two miles of
town, for sate. Contains 75 acres. Boat
lands at the place twice a day. Good lo
cation for store and hotel. For further
particulars, call on or address Geo. T.
Prather, Hood River, Or.
A. B. Billings, reporting from Mt.
Hood for the weather bureau crop bulle
tin, Sept. 10th, savs: "Rain and heavy
thunder on the 5th and 6th. Weather
very warm. Fruit of all kinds very good,
gardens looking well. Hay all
in the barns.- Light frost on the 4th."
Edward Oliver, canvasser for the San
Francisco Examiner, was a caller at the
Glacier office, Saturday morning. Mr.
Oliver says he encountered in Hood
River an antagonism toward the Exam
iner met with in no other community.
As the charge of sensationalism was so
general, Mr. Oliver assumed that the
preachers here must have been working
against his paper. But the preachers
denied having done so, and it was con
cluded that this antagonistic sentiment
should be laid" to the derogatory com
ments made against the Examiner by
the Portland Oregonian. Mr. Oliver
ays that in San Francisco the Examiner
regarded as too "puritanical," and is
blacklisted by the polititians because of
its effectiveness in exposing corruption.
Mrs. .T. V: rvnnnll i , ,
i mi V aim cunuren ar
,r !ed,T,T1ur,8da,.m?rui"8 of last week.
.m x or onoiK, a it has been three
f ,, U1B Veneris lett Hood River,
but Mrs. Contip n.u i . ;. '
times to be back here, for the sultry
ou.umer ciuuaie oi tne Atlantic states is
unbearable to people who know there is
ouch a pmce as uregon. Mrs. Connell
came to Oregon to place the children in
eood schools. Mr. nmmou ... n.
s .".,ilvtt ,a aL irons
mouth, a., where he is superintendent
wi uiuai warenouses lorthe
seaboard Air Line rail WQ.V ('ftlvmnnv
The GlacieV was unable to get a com-
tucic not U1 iiouu jttiver innt growers
wno had fruit rm nvliih;;.,., t i?
land carnival. Among those who helped
success were: Harbison Bros., August
Paasch, M V. RnnJ, E. L. Smith, Bailev
Uastnor. A trf Knirmon 1? I !. li
G. Bateham. H. J. llihlmrd Fr0i,
' "VVIHIUII. lt, ..llttVC. II
Caddv. O. R. Mnrlrharh IT . Tl.,
Y,' Ux l" ' J- "'boons, x. liishop,
V . P,. W atson, and others.
lha new suln unit nln t
Crowell's store nrnnprtv nn flnL- ctnoi ;
-.j-.-.. v. HV.VVViO
j kicuu uuuvenience on muddv days.
The public would appreciate a few more
sidewalks and cms wnll-o n k..:
ness thoroughfares. It might be a good
ftwiwiMUH iui uur uuhiuf-Hs nen ana
town foil HP' in nnit.i in fnffKa; o
project for securing more sidewalks. If
- uaimuv in vu nivniii; it
electric lights are too expensive a luxury
we oucht to at Ipnat. in vuukctnono o
C p..u JfVVIUUklluuo a
.k.. i. - J. It . .
uuiviiL-e io evauo me mua ot tne streets
Hon. E. L. Smith rpturiiprl in Port
land vednesdav morning. He took
with him several bovpH of nnnlen (mm
Beulah Land to re-inforce the Hood
Kiver exhibit at the Portland carnival.
One box of Wealthy apples was the
handsomest box of apples w think we
ever saw. Mr. Smith will take his sam
ples to the state fair next week.
One of the best farms in Hood River
valley, W est bide, containing 94 acres ;
well improved; plenty of water; 1
miles from town. Prion iSifl npr nnro
A tine farm, 160 acres, three miles
irom wmta salmon landing, , Wash.
Well imnroverl. and pops at. a linrurnin
Close to school house. Call on or write
to Geo. T. Pratlier
The new meat market will open to
morrow in the building formerly occu
pied by the Mt. Hood Stage Co., but
which has been remodeled and made
almost entirely np.w bv its nwnnr. Hant.
Blowers. F. E. Denzer of Hood Ris-er
aud H. F. Davis of Portland are the pro
prietors ot the new market.
. The Glacier humbly acknowledges
that The Dalles can beat Hood River
this year on big peaches, but we are
ahead on big apples. We ask the Chron
icle editor to await reports from the
Wasco county fruit exhibit at the Port
land carnival and see if Hood Kiver
doesn't make the better showing
Capt. Coe has had surveyed and plat
ted an addition to the town of Hood
River, which he names Waucoma Park
addition. This property is above and
near the public school building, in a
most desirable location for residence
property. Read the big ad on second
page for further particulars.
Inquiring the news of a Belmont citi-
ir.en, the Glacier man was informed that
Belmont is to have another church, and
that the amen corner will be at the Per
ry place. The fact that F. G. Church
had bought the Savage place and F. H.
Amen the Perry place explained the as
sertion of the Belmonter.
Dr. J. B. Pilkington died at Baker
City, Sept. 5th, aced 66 years. Dr.
Pilkington was at one time a resident of
Hood River, and owned the old Smith
farm at Frankton, where he started a
nursery. He was a skilled physician and
an enthusiastic horticulturist.
A meeting of the executive committee
of the Hood Kiver air will be held,
Saturday, at 2 p. m., at the A. O. U. W.
hall. - It is important that there be a
full attendance. The election of a pres
ident will be necessary, in the illness of
H. i. Davidson
Wm. Kennedy's fruit dryer took fire
Tuesday night, at 12 o'clock, and one
end of the dryer was burned out. The
damage was soon repaired, and the dry
er is again at worn. inos. t;napman
and E. T.'Folts are employed in run
ding the dryer.
Members of the A. O. TJ. W. and D.
of H. are requested to be present at the
lodge meeting and social at the hall,
Saturday evening, Sept. 15th. Coffee
and cake served. "Skookum" time.
Miss K. Alice Quigg and her niece,
Miss Ida M. Irons, who have been sum
mering at Mrs. Alma Howe's on Lyman
Smith avenue, left last Friday for their
homes in Portland.
The D. P. & A. N. Co. has leased the
steamer Gamecock and placed it on the
run between The Dalles and Portland,
to be used exclusively for carrying
The family of O. B. Hartley left Fri
day morning by boat for Portland, where
they will reside for the winter while Miss
Gladys attends the Portland high school.
R. F. Kimball, traveling for the Pub
lishers Advertising league of Chicago,
was in Hood River, Tuesday, taking or
ders for a valuable work on history.
Mr. J. D. McCully and daughter, Miss
Eula, of Joseph, Wallowa county, Or
egon, are visiting in Hood River, the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. M. F. Shaw.
Miss Pearl Cox left by the Regulator,
Friday morning, for Portland, where she
goes to attend the -Portland, business
college this winter.
A. .1. Armstrong, the cutter for Nicoll
the Tailor of - Portland, was in Hood
River, Tuesday, taking orders for his
J. F. Armor brought to the Glacier of
fice several stalks of Spanish popcorn,
with two or three ears on each stalk. .
M. E. Epworth League Meets at 7 :15,
sharp. Topic, "The Broad Way"
Matt. vii:13-14. Joe'Mayes, leader..
The Hood River Market & Produce Co.
will begin business, Saturday, Sept. 15th.
Place of business near the post office.
Judge C. J. Hayes, while surveying at
Stevenson last week, contracted a beauti
ful case of poison oak.
F. Kopke, after selling his ranch to
the Groat Bros., purchased the ten acres
of Mr. Cox, senior.
A subscription, school has been organ
ized at the Nicolai mill, with Miss Bell
Miss Florence Hanna, who has been
sick for the past three weeks, is im
proving. Good for school children Coe's fresh
roasted peanuts are healthful and nu
D. A. Turner sold 80 acres last week
to a Sherman county man for $30 an
acre. . ,
Mrs. Geo. P. Crowell leit Wednesday
morning for a short visit in Portland.
t. a A k'nann returned Thursday
from Portland, after a week's visit there.
See Bartmess' rug display. Pocket fold
ing lunch boxes at Bartmess.'
Rpv J W. Jenkins made a trip to
Goldendale this week.
Uncle Oliver Bartmess is on the sicfc
list; also T. C. Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Savage are moving into
the U. B. parsonage.
Pratt Whitcomb is up from Portland.
Coe & Son do not sell stale peanuts.
12 the Rtrppta m, i r r
rubbish of all kinds. People are often
seen opening their mail on the way from
tne post othce and scattering the envel
opes and wrappers to the winds. The
roads leading to town are often impeded
by stumps and brush heaps that are al
owed to remain evesores for years
little care in looking after the cleanfi
ness of our streets would make them
F. II. Blagg brought to the Glacier of
fice four ears of corn of the Yellow Dent
variety that are vpr lnrcro ti, in
gest ear measures 11 'inches 'in length.
nuu luc an wen nued out. Mr.
Blagg has only half an acre in corn but
it will bring him 50 bushels. Hood
Kiver will not have to go to Mosior next
year for all of its seed corn.
A. C. Ifplms. tt'lm lino KnnTi )ini...W
, , 1 ." . -J Lrili 1LI1ICDI-
ing in Morrow county, was in Hood
Kiver during the week. About a month
ago, he contracted blood poison in his
right hand and had to go to a Portland
hosmtal for trpatmpnt Ha loft sint.
day for his home in Indiana.
A year ago, our townsman E. R.
Bradley was a resident of Texas, living
between Galveston and Houston, the
scene of Saturday's awful horror. He
was personally acquainted with soino of
the victims of the frightful disaster.
Sam Blowers secured a pair of ferrets
i Portland last week which he will use
i rid the liricW atom nf rnta Tim
-' . vm. J nv ( Ul
odor of the ferrets alone ought to be
muugu to drive rodents ot all kinds out
Judge Prather made sale of the nron-
erty occupied by Dr. Carns to W H.
i'errv. He also snl.l tn (i V. TCnll
acres known as the Jenkins tract.'ad-
louung jonn bweeney's place, East Side.
Mrs. Ilelpn TV TTnrfnlrl rf Vo
president of the Oregon W. C. T. TJ.!
m icr.mre m ine u. a. cnurcii in iiood
River next Thursday evening, Sept. 20th.
Civilization is -crainincf tYi-nnnr! ot n.il
mont. The Savages have left the neigh
borhood and the community ia tn liavp
The fnnprnl nf lit.tlw Pliffnr.,! Mutnalf
tnnlr Tnlanp Warlnoorlrm frivi tl.a TT T
church. Rev. C. A. Wyman preached
Frnd DpTVird nf tlm ninpipr tstnanvial
parlors took in the carnival at Portland,
Mrs. Porrv MpPrnrv ingria a viait tn
The Dalles Tuesday, returning next day.
Miss Florena Gideon of Chicago is
visiting Mrs. G. E. Williams.
Reeular nieetinor of the Eastern Star.
Harvev Rand ia drummer bov at the
J. H. Gerdes is ianitor at the school
The Dalles will hold a street carnival.
Henry McGuire is at McMinnville.
Hood River Public School.
The Hood River public school opened
Monday with an enrollment of 180 pu
pilsan increase of 58 over the opening
day of last year. Prof. Thompson, the
principal, says the work of organization
started off smoother this year than ever
hpfnre. and that the nunils have already
entered earnestly into their work, giving
prospects for a most successful year.
Several of the departments are consid
erably overcrowded, but Prof. Thomp
son expects by systematic grading and
classification to have matters adjusted
so as to relieve the crowded rooms and
afford opportunity for more satisfactory
work. With expected increased attend
ance the enrollment will soon pass the
With the crowded condition of some
of the rooms it was thought necessary
by tlie board to either drop the ninth
grade and give the principal the seventh
and eighth grades, or hire an additional
teacher. The hiring of another teacher
would make an additional expense of
400 and necessitate the borrowing of
additional funds by the board of direct
ors. The district recently spent $500 in
procuring two new furnaces for the
building, and as the directors did not
deem it advisable to further increase
the burden of the taxpayers, the teach
ers have come to their assistance and
will endeavor to get along the best they
can for the present at least. Prof.
Thompson has nine pupils in the ninth
grade and had four or five applications
from students who wished to pursue
work in the tenth grade.
It is honed the board will employ all
possible means to maintain the- ninth
grade, and it is to be regretted that the
tenth grade cannot be established. The
present heavy indebtedness of the dis
trict certainly necessitates strict econ
omy in the management of the school,
but when such economy impairs the
efficiency of the school it is at best a. poor
business proposition. A town the size
of Hood River should maintain a school
doing at least two years of advanced
work, embracing the ninth and tenth
grades. We would then have students
coming here to attend a gooa scnooi in
stead of leaving for other schools as
many have done this year. The Frank
ton school, two miles west of town,
with an enrollment less than half of the
town school, is doing ninth grade work
Where will these students who com
nlete the ninth erode this year find ac
commodation next year? Will it be
better to send them to distant schools at
an expense of $200 for each student?
This is a problem the people of Hood
River must meet, and all enterprising
citizens will readily see that it is man
ifestly unfair to deprive the children of
our community the privilege of good
Cuts and Bruises Quickly Healed.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm applied to a
cut, bruise, burn, scald or like injury will
instantly allay the pain and will heal the
parts in less time than any other treat
ment. Unless the injury is very severe it
will not leave a scar. Pain Balm also cures
rheumatism.sprains, swellings and lame
ness. For sale by Williams & BroBius.
A fruit tree propagator has at last pro
duced a seedless apple, and the fruits
have been seen by many interested in
nomoloev. so that in a few years' time a
good supply of these pipless apples will
be found upon the market, says the Lon
don Globe. It is said, too, thut these
apples are superior in flavor to the ordi
narykinds. Already high prices are be
ing paid for the trees, which for some
time yet will be bought up by rich am
ateurs. Moki Tea positively cures sick head
ache, indigestion and constipation. A
delightful herb drink. Removes all
eruptions ot tne SKin, prouuemg a per
fect complexion, or money refunded.
25c. and 50c. Williams & Brosius.
Poland China Hogs.
A Poland China Koar and Bovr, 2 years old,
and 9 pigs, for oalfc by J. O. BOOOH.
II I ...). tn . V. I. IlanW wti nav In
AIUUUMJ1WI" ' t J
advance and 50e additional van have the
Twlwn-wcels Republic or the Toledo Wade
sent to their addre for one year.
Two lots In Barrett-Si pmn addition for sale
t 50 lot. Tiit in cnotoe resilience property
Apply at the Glacier office.
We are well supplied with and can fit put your children at most any.
price you want, but we always keep an eye on QUALITY, only some
are cheaper than others, principally on account of style, finish, otc.
A fine new lot just in and more duo in about a week.
We are now prepared to fit your hands. Onr customers who like
the leather in ourjshoes and the prices will also appreciate the leath
er and prices in GLOVKS. Well made, and will give you satisfaction.
RUBBEES ARE IN
and we have something new in this line better than any thing we
ever had before. All rubbers are high enough, but some are better
than others. It's the better kind we have.
ROYAL TAILOR SUIT SAMPLES
are in and are superior to last year. You should not fail to see them.
THE PEOPLE S STORE.
Columbia and Hartford Bicycles.
Mrs. Boyden's Recital.
The recital in elocution and music,
given by Mrs. Louise Boyden, assisted
by her pupils and other musical talent
of the town, takes place in the M. E.
church this (Friday) evening. Price of
admission, 25c; children, 15e. Follow
ing is the programme:
Overture, "The Hello" Geo. Southwell
Hood Kiver Orchestra.
Act 1V scene I, "Merchant of Venice"
Mrs. LouiKe Boyden. .
Song, "The Old Hudson" Chus. K. Harris
J. R. Niokelsen.
a. "Good-bye, God Mess You!" ) Eueene fcMCld
b. "ModJeskaas Cam I lie," jusene 1,1610
Statuesque posing, mental attltudcs...Cln8 A
'Yacht :iuh March" .-. JSousa
Violin, Clarence Gilbert.
Guitar, Irwin l'arklns, of The Dalles.
"Laska" :. F. Desprea
"Singing the Dear Ultle Baby to Sleep"...
Nola Atterbury (a pupil).
"The Law of Death" John Hay
"The Dawn of the Century," march
Miss Vera Jackson (n puplll.
"Whisperln' Bill" Irving Bachcldor
"Espanlta," violin and guitar
"Miss Maloncy on the Chinese Question"..
, -Mary Dodge
"Dream of Glory" - , Klpley
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
Acker's Blood Elixir. It cures all blood
diseases, where cheap sarsaparillas and
so-called purifiers fail ; knowing this, we
sell every bottle on n positive guarantee;
Williams & Brosius.
At Omaha, Neb., Sept. 0, 1900, to Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. II. Lynn, a daughter.
Mrs. Lynn is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
D. N. Byerlee of Hood River valley.
In Portland, Sept. 11, 1900, Clifford,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Metcalf of
Hood Kiver, aged 5 years, 9 months
and 13 days. The boy had been
subject all his life to spells of se
vere pain in his stomach. He was taken
to a Portland hospital, Tuesday morn
ing.by his father and Mrs. Nellie Miller,
and died at 8 :30 the same day.
Valley Christian Church. Rev. J. W.
Jenkins will preach nest Sunday, both
mornina and evening. Other services
Crapper School House. Preaching
services Sunday, Sept. 10th, at 3 p. m.,
by Rev. J. W. Jenkins.
Congregational Church The pastor,
Rev. J. L. Hershner, will conduct ser
vices at 11 a. m. Subject, " Missing the
Mark." Sunday school at 10 a. m. Y.
P. S. C. E. at 7:30; Mrs. May Freder
ick, leader. Subject, "The Right Way."
Ml who do not worship elsewhere are
invited to attend these services.
M. E. church service. Sunday-school
10 a. m. ; preaching followed by class
service, 11 a. m.; Epworth League
prayer meeting, 0:45 p. m. ; general ser
vice's of League, 7:15 p. m. ; preaching 8
p. m. j regular prayer meeting Thurs
day evening at 8 p. m. F. A. Spalding,
H. J. FREDERICK,
Carpenter and Builder.
Estimates furnished for all kinds of work.
Repairing a specialty. All kinds of shop
workshop on State street, bet. 1st and 2d.
Graining, Natural Finishing, etc.
Estimates Gratis. E. II. PICKARD.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Sept. 10,
1900. Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing named scttier has filed notice of his Inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that ald proof will be made before
George T. Prather, V. 8. Commissioner, at
Hood River, Oregon, on Friday, October IS,
Of Mosler, Oregon, II. E. No. 613), for the
southwest l4 section 23, township 2 north,
ronsc 11 east, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
M. Dinly, Geo. Huskey, Charlie Ktark and
Elijah Huskcy, allot Mosler. Oregon.
HNolO - JAY P. LUC AH, Register.
fTimber Land, Act June 3, W78.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Lund Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, Sept. 12, ISM). Notice is hereby given
that In compliance with the provisions of
the act of congress of June 8, ltfiS, entitled
"An act for the sale of limber lands In the
States of California, Oregon. Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to all
the public land states by act of August 4, 18K2,
GEORGE A. FHIRMAN,
Of The Dalles, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, lias till" day tiled In this ofllceiils sworn
statement No. 11,2, for the purchase of the
lots II aud 12 and south half of southeast
quarter of neclinn No. 1, In township No. 1
north, rang No. 9 east, W. M., and will offer
proof to show that the land sought Is more
valuable for iU timber or stone than for ag
ricultural purposes, and to establish his claim
to said land before the Register and Receiver
of this office at The lills, Oregon, on Satur
day, the 24Ui day of November, 1HU0.
He names as witnesses: Wiliiani Kand.L.E.
Morse and C. L. Morse, all of Hood Kiver, Or
egon, aud .1. H. Phirmanof The Ihillwi.Orr.Kon.
Any and all persons clalminj adversely the
abovtMlescribed lands are requested to file
Ihelr claims In this office on or before said
24th day of November, 1900.
HnW JAT P. LUCAS, Register.
High Grade Bicycles
AtJ. 11 U LLT'S Ilarness-Hicycle Shop.
E. BouNn. Fr'mHOODRIVElt W. rioran,
Salt Lake, Denver,
t i worinimana,
2:05 p. m.
Kansas vny, Mt.
ana the tMu
Walla Walla, Rpp-
St l'HUI, 1JUIU111
cago and Kiist.
Halt Lake, Denver,
11:42 p. m.
Kansas City, 81.
and the t.asi.
For Han Francisco
Sail every 5 days.
8 p.m. COI.UMltIA Rivkb
' 4 p.m.
Ex. Hunday Htkamkiw.
Saturday, to Astoria ana way
iu p.m. luuuiiigs,
Orctron Olty. New.
Derg,aicm x wayi
Oregon City, Day kin
unu way lunuiHgs.
Portland to Coiwal
listfc way lunduigs.
ana i ri.
1(1 purl a to Lewlston
W. H. HURLHURT,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or
Bagley, Agent, Hood River.
Dalles, Portland & As
toria Navigation, Co.
uany (except unuuy) uetween
The Dalles, Hood River, Cascade Locks,
Vancouver and Portland,
Touching at way points on both aides of the
Both of the above steamerg havo been" re.
hullt and are in excellent shape foi the sea
son of 1900. The Regulator line will endeavor
to give its patrons the best service possible.
For comfort, economy and pleasure, travel
by the steamers of the Regulator Line.
Dalles OUv leave The Dalles at 7 a. in..
TnoMfltiv TlinruHii v nrifl Hiitiirrtiiv.
tviguiaior leaves ai i u. in. Jtionaay, Wed
nesday ana t riaity.
Leave Portland 7 a. in.: arrive at The Dalles
5 p.m. Arrive at Portland 4:W D. m.
Portland office, Oak at. Dock. The Dalles
office, Court street.
W. O. ALLAWAY,
M. A. COOK,
(MoT ii Mir,
Hood River. Or.
Estimates furnished. Platis drawn.
Second Hand Bicycles.
Go to John Kullt for creat bargains In sec
ond hand bicycles, from JJ10 tip.
Cockrels for Sale.
Thoroughbred Hlack Minorca and Kllver-
laced wyaiuiottes. unickens bought aud
soiu, litmsis anu iryu served w order.
K. D. CALKINS,
octI7 Frankton Poultry Yards.
Notice of Dissolution.
On Aug. 10, 1900, the firm of Rand & Htcwart
was dissolved. All aew,s owing to said firm
will be received by W. M. Hlewart, or may be
paia at iiuuer a. uana.
J. E. RAND,
W. M. KTEWART.
Farm for Sale.
(10 acrea, nearly all In ealtlvatlon. The very
choice of Hood Kiver valley: I miles south ot
town. Make me any okl oiler..
k22 A.H. DIHHKOW,
Bricks for Sale.
Rrlcksmay be obtained from my kiln
Belmont for 8S.S0 per thousand. The kiln Is
under the charge of M. H. NU'kelsen. Humple
oriCKS may ne seen at . c. nnerrm s.
It. D. ROVED.
Mv blacksmith shop Is now open and doing
Dusinessai me oio stanu on me jh. Hood
road, 2 miles south of town
O. A. HOWELL.
5 Acres for Sale.
I will sell 5 acres of land, one-half In rnttl-
vatlon. y. intlcs west or town. Price Ml),
au 17 .1. H. GKRDKH.
C. J. HAYES, J. P.
Office with Geo. T. Prather. Business will
beattendi-d toatany time. Collection made,
and any business given to in will be attended
to speedily and results made promptly. Will
1'icaie on gooa government ihiihb, euner mn
l:r or farming. We are In touch with the U
8. Land Office ut The Dallca. Olve u a call.
bone & McDonald
Carry a nice line of
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Underwear,
Choice Cured Meats and first-grade Lard,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Flour and Feed.
Onr prices will bo found as low as is cousistcnt with fair deal
ing and legitimate profit.
EST" Goods delivered free of charge ffTi
In each "Rocky Ford Canteloup:" Inside information
The flesh is green, sweet and delicious.
Watson's Celery, crisp and tender.
Above usually to be found at .
THE HOUSE FURNISHER,
Carries a fviir and complete stock of TURNITURE, including new
and elegant designs in Floor Matting. We aim to keep in stock the
latest designs in Bed Room Suites.
Step in and look at our Hammocks, from 75c up.
In Builders' Supplies our stock is unequaled. Picture Frames a
Patronize home industry and buy Boyed's Bricks of us.
A carload of lumber and shingles just unloaded.
W, P. fuller's prepared Taints are unoqualed. Wo carry a full
We appreciate the patronage gi ven us "by the pcojdo of Hood
.River and vicinity and hope to continuo to merit it.
UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY.
Chas. N. Cflarke, Agt.,
Oo to him for pure fresh Drugs, 1'atent
Family Koolpea a specialty.
LT. S. Commissioner.
GEO. T. PRATHER,
Alistracter ml Coif peer, M Estate aid Iirace,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
I havo lots and blocks for mile In different part of the town of Hood River.
Also, have t he exclusive gale of lot In liloweiV Addition, the niont beautiful build
ing location In town.
BiinlncsH, mien as paying taxe for non-residents, or anything pertaining to tlio
County Court, promptly attended to. Can furnish township plain to liome-sccli-ers
or those looking tor lands. Have been a resident of Hood Kiver Valley for 21
yews. Correspondence solicited. Telephone fc.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
(Successor to E. L. Smith-Oldest Established House In Uie valley.J
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Flour and Feed, etc.
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 aro made with customers in the way of
reasonable prices. , ' .
And all kinds of supplies for
Printing papers, card mounts, develojiers and toning solutions.
Prices rango from 5 to 20 for Kodaks.
WILLIAMS & BROSIUS.
C. L. ROGERS & CO.
FomisMng GooSs, Hosiery, Unflerwear,
CANDY AND NUTS, ETC.
A nice line of all-over Laces, Lace Curtains, etc.
LEAVE ORDERS FOB
With F. E. JACKSON. He and the DAVEN
PORT BROS, have over One Million
feet of good Dry Lumber
at Haynes' Spur.
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.
at the Glacier Pharmacy,
Medicines and Wall l'aper. Prescriptions iwd