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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1900.
JJKIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Tablets at Coe's-
Bird cages at SherrhTa.
Full line of furniture at Sherrill'g.
Second hand bikes at John Hullt's.
Bargains at Denver Clothing Store.
Harness and bikes repaired by J.Hullt,
Kitchen treasures, $2.50 at Sherrill's.
Jones the tombstone man is in Golden
dale. Sherrill's prices are as low as Portland
For Byrkett's butter, go to Bone &
Washing machines, $3.75 and and $4,
Just received, one half ton coffee, at
Robt. Leasure, the Mt. Hood guide,
was in town Saturday.
For clothing of all kinds go to the
Denver Clothing Store.
See Bartmess' rug display. Pocket fold
ing lunch boxes at Bartmess.'
For guns, ammunition and fishing
tackle, go to Bone & McDonald.
N. P. Anderson has returned from
Cape Nome and is now in Portland.
Buy Sunflower lard, guaranteed the
best. Bonis & McDonald.
Buy your magazines and periodicals
at Bradley's Book and Stationery store.
School commenced in Pine Grove dis
trict last Monday, T. M. B. Chastain
The late rains have been sufficient to
start the grass, but are hardly enough
to start the plow.
Those Brownie lunch boxes are just the
thin for the children to carry their
lunches in. At Sherrill's.
A! L. Newton and family left last Fri
day for a trip to Lane county and expect
to return in about a month,
f!. L. Roeers is shipping a carload of
Hood River apples a M eek. He is pay
ing 50 cents a box for red apples.
Yum Yum matresses, 12.25; common
mvn-wire mattresses, $1.50: Western
washers, $3.50, at S. E. Bartmess.'
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Rix of Latourelle
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Savage.
Mrs. Rix is a sister to Mrs Savage.
Why pav 20c for package coffee when
we will sell you good bulk coffee for 15c
per ft,. Bone & McDonald.
F. G. Church and family arrived from
Portland last Friday and moved to their
place at Belmont purchased of E. E.
Mrs. A. O. HerBhey started less than
a year ago with two pair of Belgian
hares, and now the increase amounts to
See Bartmess' reduced prices. Also
note the articles marked "same old
price" and see if you have been purchas
ing these cheaper elsewhere.
fnln A Wilson cut his foot with an
adze one dav last week. He suffered
great loss of blood before the doctor ar
rived. He is now on crutches.
f!. I,. CniiDle has consulted expert oc
ulists in regard to his eyes and finds that
lie has granulated eyenus. ne may nave
to go East for necessary treatment.
Tlnn. J. W. Morton recently sold
acres of land at the top of Haynes hill to
Prank Orecrorv. Monday he sold half
an acre near the planer to Cli
Mrs. H. Lage visited at Bingen, Wash.,
last week. Friday she, in company with
her dauehter, Mrs. J. A. Henderson,
made a trip to The Dalles on the steam
Harry Brown remembered the Glacier
force with samples of his fine Bartlett
pears. He had infend'ed to exhibit some
at our fair but finds they will not keep
till that time.
Kavtrinn filark and son Louis were in
lTnn,1 Rivpr Saturday. Louis Clark
commuted and made final proof on his
hnmnatAarf before Commissioner rra-
ther on Saturday.
It was Peter Kopke of the East side
wim his nlace last week to the
Rnwiat Rma. The Konke ranch is said
to be the best in the valley for apples
and general farming.
Cox & Langille have about completed
11,1 Mrnontcr wrork on Ram Harbison s
house and will now build two houses for
Sproat Bros, on the place recently pur
chased from Peter Kopke.
W. H. Perry and wife will go to Pert
land today to visit with their sons in
that city and later will go to the Sound
for a protracted visit, expecting to re
turn here in the spring. ,
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 m
ten days at the Emporium.
All who volunteered' work on tFe
roads in District No. 4 are requested to
meet Fred Bailey, the supervisor, at
Peter Hinrichs gravel pit on Monday
morning, Sept. 24th. Come provided
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
Dr. F. C. Brosius has removed to his
new lesidence at the west end of Oak
etreet, midway between the school house
and armory, and can be found m his of
Williams A Brosius' drug store
t,4. tv.o hnura of 10-11 a. m., 2-3
ucinccu ...v. -
"and 6-7 p. m. .-
n..j n,;. Ann nf the best and earl-
JXWAJL AAliO v.w
...! foma within two miles 01
town, for sale. Contains 75 acres. Boat
i j fha r.w twice a dav. Good lo-
ZlZ"Lr tlr rind hotel. 'For further
particulars, call on or address Geo. T.
Prather. Hood River, Or.
rw f the best iarms in Hood River
valley, West Side, containing 94 acres;
imnrnved: Dlentv of water; 1
miles from town. Price $50 per acre.
A fine farm, 160 .acres, three milei
from White Salmon landing, Wash
Well improved, and goes at a- bargain
Trftlda is oroving to
be a great accommodation along tne
middle Columbia. The steamer plies
Ti,a naii nnd Cascade Locks
daily, passing Hood River, going up, at
8:30 o'clock in the morning, and return,
ing, leaves The Dalles at 2 o'clock m the
A logger from the Washington side of
the Columbia was arrested i.asw u
day by Marshal Olinger for being drunk
Ho;BtH arrest, and one of the truck
. t ka c Unmi Stase Co. was
WPUJ'! "l-'u " :t Tna.,1 the drunk
caueu into iwiuioiuu- - ---- uaA
mn tn thd town fail. He was hand-
J...aA .a ha were tied together,
. but it is said it took six men to si t upon
. . . .i - tn heA him down, at
i t,iivamith ahoothearunK
was rolled off the wagon and dragged Dy
a rope down the hill, over the rocks, to
riVn At thfl fail was incarcerated
ino heV drunk, who, 1 the
i n.immp.l him with nis
J. W. Monroe, son of John Mnnrrw t
the East Side, a former resident of
Hood River but now of Walla Walla
Wash., was in the vallev last week, it
was Mr. Monroe's first visit to h 1H old
hume since he left here 16 years ago,
and he finds remarkable changes in our
town and valley. Since leaving here,
he has been engaged in the hardware
business, and has traveled over all of
Washington, Idaho and British Colum
bia, but says he never saw anywhere a
finer apple country than Hood River
valley. Mr. Monroe declares you can
see more fruit in a half hour's walk here
than in a day's drive in the Walla Walla
valley. In that section the orchards are
ruined with scale, and the fruit is far in
ferior to the Hood River product in size,
color and texture. Mr. Monroe aavs he
may conclude to return to Hood River
with his family next spring and locate
Hood River is not advertised as a corn
country, but corn is sometimes grown
here that will compare favorably with
the fields of this best of cereals in the
Mississippi valley. Wm. Penn Watson
brought to the Glacier office two stalks
that measured 12 feet 2 inches in length.
Each stalk contains two largo ears. The
seed was obtained of Maule's seed house,
Philadelphia, and it is known as the
Klondike. Mr. Watson also has some
big squashes. A lady visitor to his
place, a few days ago, expressed a de
sire to take one of the squashes home
with her. "Why, certainly," said Mr.
Watson, "just pick one up and take it
with you." The lady found she couldn't
lift it from the ground.
The following Hood River party spent
a couple of weeks picking hops near
Butteville: Nettie Kemp, Walter llen
richs, Pearl Cox, Gladys Sears, Lenora
Henrichs, May Masiker, Ida Masiker,
Copple Henrich, Willie Kemp, Annie
Mohr, Louis Baldwin. The hopgrowers
paid pickers 40 cents a box, and Louis
Baldwin says if pickers paid attention
to their work they could make $3 a day a
at this price, the pickers have little
idea of getting rich at their work, and
are only out for a general good time.
The fishing records have all gone
broke. Wm Stewart in four hours' fish
ing at Tucker's bridge, Monday after
noon, hooked 20 salmon trout, the aggre
gate weight of which was 45 pounds.
This is at an averago of a fish every
twelve minutes, and it takes ten minutes
to land a salmon trout. Mr. Stewart
llie executive committee of the fair
is considering tho advisability of erect
ing a temporary building in one of the
streets down town in which to hold the
lair. I he old armory, besides being in
convenient, it is feared is not large
enough to accommodate all who may
a i -i 'L .!.. .
ursire to exniuii meir iruit and vege
tables and other farm products this
year, lhe cost of nutting un a tem
porary building will of course be much
greater than the cost of renting the ar
mory, but it would be much more satis
factory in every way, and if placed con
veniently the fair will be patronized bv
every one and the gate receipts will be
larger. Third street, between Oak and
the state road, has been suggested as a
suitable place. Although the cost of a
temporary building will be considerable,
the lumber used in its construction need
not be damaged materially and will sell
again ior a lair price.
W. M. Stewart and Dr. Watt went
fishing up Hood river; Monday after
noon, but there is a decided difference in
the story each tells. Stewart eavs that
during the four hours he was catching
ins zu nsn, att woum stand alongside,
casting his fly into the same pool, but
never a bite did he get. Dr. Watt claims
this is only a "fish" storv, and that the
other version is this: When the two
reached Tucker bridge the doctor had a
professional call to make on top the hill.
Going up he met an Indian with a well
filled sack of fish, and on his return he
passed the same Indian, but with his
sack empty. Inquiring of the siwash
what had become of the fish, Watt was
informed that a gentlemen fishing near
tho bridge had bought them all.
W. H. Pugh has decided to move to
Clark county. Washington. He recent
ly visited sections of the Willamette val
ley, looking tor a location, Dut thinks ne
has found a desirable place at Proebstel,
in (Jlark county, and will remove there
with his family as soon as he can dispose
of his farming implements and house
hold goods, which are advertised in an
The management of The Dalles har
vest carnival and street fair advertises
that vou meet them not on the mid
way, but at the gateway of the great In
land Empire. The business men have
taken hold of the project and the fair
ought to be a success. Read the ad in
W. K. Cole, father of W. B. Cole, has
been in poor health for some time, being
Street Hats, ranging in price from S5c to $3.00, including the pop
ular Ladysmith and Rough Riders, in stitched and plain felts.
Some of our dress Hats are ready now. This lino will le more
complete in a few days.
In Trimmings, we have the latest novelties in Hackles, Ponpons,
fancy foather and jet goods, etc., just in from Sun Francisco. ' Don't
fail to see our School Hats before they are all gone, from 35c up.
We offer new and stylish good selected from Eastern and coast
markets with a thorough understanding of the requirements of the
trade and a keen eye for good values. Wo pay cash, get lowest prices
and give you the benefit.
We will be pleased to show you tho line, whether you buy a hat
at 35c, $15.00 or none. Our time is yaurs and our aim is to please.
For gentlemen, ladies, misses and children. Only first quality goods,
and they have a NEW AND VALUABLE IMPROVEMENT that
you will not find in any other. Trices samo as last year.
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
Agents for Royal Tailoring.
bone & McDonald
Carry a nice line of
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Caps and underwear.
Choice Cured Meato and first-grade Lard,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Flour and Feed.
Our prices will be found as low as ia cousistent with fair deal
ing and legitimate profit.
JJT" Goods -delivered free of charge.
In each "Rocky Ford Cantelcup :" Inside information
Tho flesh is green, sweet and delicious.
Watson's Celery, crisp and tender.
Above usually to bo found at
MEET US !
Not on the Midway, but at the
Gateway of the Great INLAND
EMPIRE -THE DALLES,
and Street Tair,
October 9 to 13 inclusive.
Ti.j- ,!ii ha fi,o ffratARt event in the history of the City of Wheat, Wool and
uw v"" ft - ... . .. .,i . j
Fruit and an Open River to the Sea. The products of this proline region wm ue
loiana a saimoii woui. iur. ouswari been in poor health for some time, Deing - ---- will witness an exhibit
says he quit in disgust when he pulled conflned to his house at Bingen last on exhibition, and farmers, flockmasters and all others will witness an exniuii
out a salmon, or he would have been week Tuesday, accompanied by his that will be both interesting and instructive. -
fishing yet. The catch was made with
a bare fly-hook, and is what you would
call genuine sport.
The women who removed their hats at
the entertainment in the M. E. church
last Friday night were conspicuous by
their small number, but the act was ap
preciated by the persons who sat in tne
seats behind them. It is the fashionable
custom now in all cities and towns of any
pretense for women to remove their hats
at theatricals, lectures ana enxenain-
ments of 'all kinds, and Hood River
doesn't want to be behind the times in
A report reached here last Thursday
that Frank Wateon and wife had both
died at their home in Wasco of typhoid
fever. Mrs. Bonney and Joe Mayes took
wife, he removed to Hood River, and
will spend the winter with the family
of his son.
Chris Dethman went to The Dalles
Monday. He is having some trouble, as
administrator of the estate of the .late
Charles Grodt, in settling up the estate,
The heirs in Germany are acting stuD-
bornly and refuse to sign necessary
J. A. inompson 01 onermuu cuumj
has rented his farms in that county
and comes to Hood River to make his
hnme here. Monday he bought F. E.
Tenser's nronertv in Blowers' addition.
He is a brother to our townsman, Wm.
Mrs. Jonn uran ana nirs. .uewis
Adams of Portland spent ten days at
SPECIAL SOCIAL ATTRACTIONS !
BAND CONCERTS EVERY DAY I
A NOVEL STREET PARADE !
THE HOUSE FURNISHER,
Carries a full and complete stodk ol FURNITURE, including new
and elegant designs In Floor Matting. We aim to keep in stock the
latest designs in Bod Room Suites.
Step in and look at our Hammocks, from 75c up.
In Builders Supplies our stock is unequaled. Picture Frames a
Tatronize home Industry and uy Boyed's Bricks of us.
A carload of lumber and shingles just unloaded.
W. P. Fuller's prepared Paints .are unequaled. We carry a full
We appreciate the patronage given us Ty the people of Hood
ltiver and vicinity and hope to continue to merit it.
UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY.
wii "f0rn;nnt.s day and night. Five days of sight-seeing and
IjAIIK ' f ... . mi I
.... . f 11 .iActa rintvm nnrl ThA I
1 HM, ..-ill ha amn A flPmmniGUUUUUH IUI all KUOto.
pleasure, iiiwd ni wo w.w
Dalles will entertain you.
Pin0r fmm all sections reciuested to make exhibits. No charge for Bpace
in the fair buildings. No entrance fee.
Reduced Rate3 on all Railroads and Steamboat Lines.
COME TO THE DALLES.
the first train and when they arrived at Cloud Cap Inn, the guests of Mrs. Lan
Wasco found that Frank was very sick gille. Mrs. Cran returned to Portland,
o-ith tn n M mt h is w f was we l. Mr. while Mrs. Adams sioppeu over ir a
. y v i ak wl I t,n mi rani a TattirrnT hninft
Maves remained wiui um biuh. umu vioit mm .v- 0
rennrts that he is getting along nicely Tuesday.
toward recovery. - J. O. Pngh of White Salmon brought
Bovs have been guilty of late of rolling over a box of peaches V ednesday that
.!, 11,0 nf thn hilla above would he hard to beat even at ine
town. Last Sunday a bowlder weighing Dalles. The box contained two layers
ut inn Minia .ao otortorl Ann-it the nf npmhfs nf even size, the largest meas-
. ... . . .1 ! 1 t I : ml . n4 tUa umnllaar 111
hi and crashed into tne resiueuuB ui unns 1U74 uitiira unu mgBi,,.,.
Henrv McCumber. lust below the ser- The ladies of the Congregational
pentine road. It crushed in two pieces church expect to serve the public with
of studding and smashed and splintered refreshments during the fair. Tents will
the rustic. This is dangerous iuu ior t,e put up adjacent to the uunuing wuere
the boys. the fair is to be held.
George Wilson left Wednesday morn- Saturday last, the 9-year-old son of
AtNicolai Mill, Sept.
and Mrs. Alfred Drill,
13, 1900, to Mr.
in?fnr North Yamhill, where he will
visit his sisters for a few days, going to
ItnwnB next Mondav. Here he will
take the theological course in the En
gene Divinity school, and will also pur-
sue Studies in me uiuveioiij' tu vi6i..
Jas. DeBord of Evans & Russell's ton-
Mr. Curtis, living at Davenport's mills,
fell off the flume, a distance of leet,
and was badly bruised but no bones
broken. , .
The Kn chts of the Maccaoees win
n Fridav evenincf. the 21st iust.,
at. the A. O. U. W. hall. A full attend-
arioi rlnm in one of the most pro- Unce is desired as there will be work to do,
ficient artists of the barber profession judge Henry, chairman of the hall
on the Pacific coast, and the work done commIttee for the fair, has called a meetr
bv the knights of the razor in tnis snop : 0j tne committee tor Monday nev,
. " 1 . 1 1 , 1 il. l.nnt atinna n n tt 1 ..11 I .. 1 . 'Jfl
equal to tnai 01 w uco ui at A. v. u. w. nan, iur j. f- "
n- Vioo hoon Hiicffested. and the suggeS'
finn ia a crnod one. that the exhibits of
annlesatour fruit fair should
boxes, coxes win
make a much better
Alton Cunning and family came up
from Salem Tuesday. Mr. Cunning has
houn sink fnr a couple of weeks and
comes to Hood Kiver to recuperate.
Miss Ella Miller of White Salmon,
showing than plates, and each exhibitor whQ hag be(jn viHit;ng at Arlington for
will get nis iruit reiumeu uj mm " 6""" -hA n!,st. two months, returned nome
V.rnBst. Hinrichs expects to leave MrB. iielen D. Harford, president of
thit wk fnr Corvallis. where he will t,,fi oreeon W. C. T. U., will lecture in
enter the Oregon Agricultural college. the jj B. church this Wednesday even
AT- Ti;r;n,a ia a hricllt VOU 112 man, ;
mi.uuuiv... . s- . ujg. .
Kovir, otmd first in tne ciass 01 , vm. Hnckanav. tne ierrymaii, wm
from the Hood River school. build an office at the steamboat landing
M. N. Folev has been suffering for the and put m a telephone.
7 . " u..,:n,.i,nmi m l e fra T w. I onne 1 leu veanesuay
PrrTtter than 'he wmTT for Fowrt Grove to enter her children in
. l nnt.nnla nf that. rit.v
The rneumausm m uw i-6, ure ouiww , ... -v
Jwh are swollen, and he is unable to
lk onlv about the house.
" .. . j
Cant. Cook of White Salmon pacKeu
nf anril(-H last week 40 OI
fillwl the boxes. Capt. Cook will
have 3.000 boxes of winter apples, most- t te air at gaiem 0n Wednesday.
ly of the Spitzenburg, Baldwin, and w H pu . and wife of Wasco are
Congregational church Services will
be conducted by tho pastor at ,11 a.m.
and at 7:45 p. m. Subjects, "All Con
quering Power," and "The Guilt and
Danger of Reading Fictitious and Impure
WiM-k-a " v I'.s. i;. Hj. at ii. in.; nun-
day school at 10 a. m. ; Junior U fc. at
4 p. m. All are welcome strangers es-
Deciauv are lnvueu.
Pl,r ifn n nhurch Sunday scnooi at
10 a. in. ; preaching at 11 a. m. ; Endoav-
of.'7-is n. m .: nreachmg at p. m
Subifeet of morning sermon, "ine oam-i
uary.T' Ail not worsnipuig Mmuoiv
are cordially invited to attend.
M. E. church service. Sunday-school
10 a.m.; preaching followed by class
service, 11 a. m.; Epworth League
praver meeting, 6:45 p. m. ; general ser
vices of League, 7 :15 p. m. ; preaching 8
p. m. ; regular prayer meeting Thurs
day evening at 8 p. m. F. A. Spalding,
Dull headache, pains in various parts of
the body ,sinkingatthepitofthestomach,
loss of appetite, feverishness, pimples or
soreii are all positive evidences of impure
blood. KTK&4tter how it Became mi ii
be purified in order to'obtain good health.
Acker's Blood Elixer has never failed to
cure scrofulous or syphilitic poisons or
an v other blood diseases. It is certainly a
wonderful remedy, ana we sen evory uu-
tie on a positive guarantee. W imams x
High Grade Bicycles
At J. HULLT'S Harness-Bicycle Shop.
In the estimation of
Every gallon of
f) m if mm
r hi til
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.
'lAla Chas. N. Clarke, Agt., at the Glacier Pharmacy.
' Oo U, him for pnre frch Drugs, intent Medlcluos and Wall Paper. Pre.crlptlons and
ll-.il p. m
uroHio TinlrfiH left Thursday for Cor
vallis to resume his studies in the O.A.C.
Clyde T. Bonney makes an interesting
announcement in his new ad today.
A. C Stavton and wife went to the
Vfirlr Tmnerial varieties.
Wm. Ellis, sr., shipped a pairoiBii-
. c,r,iorl Wamhiircr chickens, batur-
dav, to a man living below Portland. He
;flrl s fnr the nair. This is the
tind of poultry business that pays.
-r,,A m-itAlw and commissioner Har-
rimnn came down from The Dalles Sun-
A. nni-n nv nnd went OUl Willi cuui-
Z i?., o tn tk roads of
Jas. E. Hanna has leased tne vacant
part of the Odd Fellows' 101 nexi u,
Oak street, and is
....t.ine a building for a grocery store.
- - . , .
Mr. and Mrs. O. Btrananan uavc
im from the Bawldwin aismci,
where they put in the summer, both im
proved in health.
t?. Colo ML acres. mile and a quarter
south west of toxvn; good large house ;
young orchard, fine location. Inquire
Ot Oeo. 1. rratuci. ....
Mell Foley, accompanied wiin iub
whiskers, returned trom ine
fields of Sherman county last weete.
B. F. Gerking has rented Carl koss
place Mr. Koss and iamuy are ""6
into the Hartley cottage in town.
Hon. J.W. Morton and lamuywei"
to the state fair on Monday and will vis
it during the week in Salem.
taught by Miss Bell Howell, commenced
. Jt !.L 17 mini a
last wonoay wnu u j.--
, urn nama hnme last Sun
. . uu.man nnnntv. where lie
day iroiu ouci j ,
had been harvesting.
t . 1. XI. .14- ia atant for an ascetylme
gas lamat givVs a brilliant and cheap
llg,." n,1 Mav Jamison of
ansses " v f etpwart
Pnrtland are visiting Mrs. W .M. btewart.
. ,r...- ni,v Vtja found a bunch of
Miss Bertha Prather returned from
. M visit in Portland last Friday.
v j;tn. enioved a nice mess of fish.
"i", h Ateh ol W. M. Strwart.
iL Henrietta Eliot returned to Port
Advertised Letter List.
Sept. 17, lyuo.
Johnson,Mis801tha(2)ChaBe, Prof M C
Lyon, Mrs E Jensen, juuuj
Miau Alahul Mason. Albert
".""'S" ' T!,1
Kintoul. lena oui y
wm. M. Yates, P.
fnts nnd Urnlses Quickly Healed.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm applied to a
rait., bruise, burn, scald or like injury will
Mr. f!. L. Roeers is in Portland se- .., ii0 , nain and will heal the
lecting goods for the fall trade. rtg in )esa time than any other treaty
T H. Clark came up from his mine at ment. Unless the injury is very evero n
i nraAnaaAav .in nr. inn vn a spur. l'a.n Ualin also cures
BKveu ""-;- t,.-i..j ""vy . - .,.,! ,! Umo.
Mrs. J . U- rary returned w 1 oruauu rheumatism, spraina, "wem" "
bv boat Wednesday. - . ncss. Horsaie Dy wuuwui
J. J. Luckey has moved to the t-hamp-
T? T TnrtAr ot VieniO wan iu mnii
Halt I.ftkB. Denver,
KaiiHa City, Bt
and tuo bum.
Walla M'alla, fpo-
St. Paul, Dulath,
citgo mid hunt.
Salt l.nke, Denver,1
K.111HU8 city. Ht.
and tne i.am,
Family Heel pes a specialty.
U. S. Commssioner.
ZXt p. in.
For Han FranniBco
Ball every ouays.
GEO. T. PRATHER,
Abstracter ii Coiwier, M Ett ana taw,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
i" , n. .in. tam for non-resldanta, .njtMn. pertaining to th
,,tv Court, promptly attanUed l. Can fnrnUti towiiHhlp pu
ir fbSiKlnXL'tanda. Have been a rodent ot llood H
lug location In town.
year. Correspondenc solicited
Klver Valley lor !!l
visiting his parents in Hood River.
To Aulorla and way
Oregon City, New-I
Oreeon City .Dayton
" . . 1 : 1 1
auu way uiuuiugo.
Portland to Corval-
nude way ianamg.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
1900. Notice Is hereby given that tne i'w-
5: ib a.tn,
ami r ri.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. h. Smith-Oldest Established IIoue la the valley.
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Flour ana a eea, eic.
This old-established house will continue to pay cash for all it
goods: it pays no rent; it employs a clerk but docs not have to divide
with a partner-all dividends are made with customers in the way of
Rtparla to Ijewlstonl
ana rn. 1
Lv lewlsfn I
. .. .1 n A Unxilunrl ftp
J. Bag ley, Agent. Hood KWer.
SM" -E&aWSK Wl land & As-
The elocution and musical rec tai, XVnd that mid proof rvin .NavifiratlOn CO.
.fcnrcV, last Kndav oArraT. Prather. U. . liominuwioiiCT, , Vw"-v - -a
,.u.. 1- ? ; . 7 ... .... v. , av o..ti-irier iu.
Hcma luver. uraiuu v" '
at the M. E
nirht bv Mrs. Louise Boyden, assisted
D .. . , .
hv hr nrimarv .nupils ana a numoer 01
Hood River's musicians, was an enjoy
i.io affair and well attended. Mrs,
tj jn ior.ia vp.i snnenor auauiuieui. 111
Koi oWotinn work, bringing out the
fnrr.fi of Shakespeare's delineation of
In hpr rendition of a scene
from the "Merchant of Venice." Her
mntnt nn nt tne doc, ins 01 mo u, in
ter-poet, Eugene Field, whose quaint
verse so endeared him with the Ameri
can public. was good. The class of lit,
fi. iri rlisnlaved remarkable advance-
ment in xneir wun, nuu .
posing called forth a merited enchore.
v,. wqu an instrumental solo by Miss
Vera Jackson, a violin solo by Clarence
fill hrt nnrt eooa muHic wan
by the llood Kiver orcneatra.
""". CHARLIE TEMPLEMIRE.
Of Mosler. Oregon, H. E. No. 6129, for the
wuthwe W section , township 2 north,
Hi names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land.ylK .
M 1 inn v. ueo. nusiiey. 1
:illttb Huskey, all pi Moejer '.Oregon
And all kinds of supplies for
Printing papers, card mounts, developers and toning solutions.
Trices range from $5 to 20 for Kodaks. ,-
WILLIAMS & BROSIUS.
Dally (except Sonday) between
The Dalles, Hood Eiver, Cascade Locks,
Vancouver ana roruanu,
Touching at way points on botn lioee 01 me
n,..k nri. ahiiva tenmers have been re-1
bnllt nnd are in excellent shape tnt the (tea,
nr mt). The Keaulutor line will endeavor
TTnlted States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore- t,, glVe it patrons the best service P";lble.
liniJu ou .. . hiril)ii e ven A.. ..r,,f..rt uxmomv and pleanure, travel I
fhit In compliance with the provisions of by the steamers of the Regulator Line.
ttia.1 in com. I"" . 1 Knt.ited 'rwii.. fltv lmves The iMllna at 7 a. 01.,
An act for tne sale oi uiro "r"' inraunj, "'i ' " "j wH. I
tit of California, Oregon. Nejada, and JiglHtor eaves at 7 a. m. Monday, Wed-
Xeave Portland 7 a. m.; arrive at im uu
o v. in. :-,; ,r v..;.. nnii.
1'nrt.iana omce. uaa si. i
DUluu.iu.,, .. ---- - - - VlMAml
Timber Land, Act June S, 1878.1
NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION.
thrPubTlc land state by act of August 4. 12,
OEOUOK A. vmnaiAa,
C. L. ROGERS & CO.
-Utf hit Gooliw, Iflerwear, Notions,
CANDY AND NUTS, ETC.
A nice line of all-over Laces, Lace Curtains, etc.
Of The Dalles, county of Wasco, Ute of Ore.
iron, has this day filed In this office his sworn
M. A. COOK,
Gostmctor ui Bill,
Hood River. Or.
Second Hand Bicycles.
Goto John iiniii ior p
ond nana oicycic, -
n.irTtrels for Sale.
v. i m quaIt M lnnrfJW find SilVCf-
Thormig "' f.h'. -weni bu(cnt and
JSlt BoLu and fry. served to order.
Frankton Poultry Yard. I and
?.""'tr"v. f,.r the ourchase of the
lota 11 ana a ana piumi " ;
'"ylJL ,.Lw,,inn N. l. In townstiio No. 1
proof to snow mai mc -f -valuable
for its timber or stone than for aa
r,. and to establish bis claim
Vl t.Zf,.r the RfiUsr and Receiver
of this offioe at The lalles. Oregon on Satur
ti.A?jth dav of November, 1!(00.
' , i - , bnnl I.P
n. inu an ii" 1 1 ri mum iiiiaiii iimiu.......
Hone and C. L. More, ",71'
fciron. and J- H. rnirmnn i ire yfjy"'
AlAlminz adversely the
above-described lands are requested to flle
thnlr claims In this office on or before aald
24tli day of Nov em tier, 1MO.
U,,l JAY t. 1.UCA8, Bolster.
W. C. ALLAWAY,
Poland China Hosts.
A Poland China Boar and 8w(
jd plgif, for sale by J- C B(jti.
H. J. FREDERICK,
Carpenter and Builder.
Estimates furnished for all kinds of work.
Renairine a auecialty. All Kinns oi m p
work. Hhop on Btate streBt. bet. 1st amija
Graining, Natural Finishing, eUs.
Estimates Ghatis. E. II. PICKAKD.
LEAVE ORDERS FOR
With F. E. JACKSON. He and the VXVhN
POET BROS, have over One Million
feet of good Dry Lumber
at Haynes' Spur.
ffi'S and the two
drunks allowed to agm m o