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5Hesa ljver tolacier.
FRIDAY, fcEPTEMEER 28, l&OO.
Hoo4 RJrtr Fair, Ortobf r Sth and Clk.
fitret fairs and harvest carnival are
now all the go. Arrangement for hold
ing oar fourth biennial horticultural ei
iiid;i at ii'xxi Kiver are going along
imootbly, and everything points to it
being the most mec-eiful exhibit of the
product of Hood Kiver, White Salmon
and nearby points ever held. A com
mittee appointed to solicit subscrip
tion to purchase the canvan for a tem
porary building down town succeeded,
in !.- than two hours Monday, in
raining 1120.00. This is ample for pur
chasing the covering for the building,
a'td the gate receipts ill pay all other
expenses. Our business men are to be
congratulated upon the promptuexe
with which they responded to the call
The fair building it being erected on
the Smith block, with the entrance on
Third street. This ia a convenient lo
cation. H.J. Frederick drew op tle
plans for the building and ha charge of
its contraction. It will be finuhed in
time ne it week for the ladies on the
committee to do what decorating they
may de-tn necessary. Exhibit should
be in place by Thurteday evening, Oc
It ia tlcured that apples be brought
in boxes packed as if for shipment.
There will be plenty of room for the
display of apples and other fruits on
A premium will be offered for the beat
packed box of apples.
All apples exhibited in boxes should
be neatly packed the same as if packed
for shipment. Four hundred boxes of
apples at least should be on exhibition.
W. C. Allaway, general manager of
the Regulator Line, will give round trip
tickets from The Dalles and intermediate
points for one fare during the two days
of the fair. The O. B: A X. Co. will
give reduced rates from Portland.
The committee on invitations have
sent out a great many invitations, and
many have accepted and expressed
their intention of coming to see Hood
Eiver fruit. Apple buyers will be here
and it will be well for all who wih to
dispose of their apples this fall to make
a good showing of boxed apples at the
At i meeting of the executive com
mittee of the fair, held on Saturday,
22d, a committee was appointed to so
licit subscriptions to a fund to purchase
canvas for a pavilion in which to hold
the fair. The committee on subscrip
tions for premiums reported progress
and the committee on awards and di
visions made report. Exhibits will be
classified as follows:
Class A Apples, boxes and plates
General exhibit, winter sorts, autumn
Class B Sweepstakes: Display of all
Class C Grains and Vegetables
General exhibit, varieties.
Class D Preserved Fruits: General
exhibit, dried fruits, canned, Jellies and
Class E Floral: General, varieties.
Class F Miscellaneous.
Class G Bubies.
Class H Poultry, hares and pet stock
ouiiauie awaras lor meritorious ex
hibits in each class.
but the hired man said be could
raise it by Land. Fortanately the rem
was rill on the squash, and procoritjr a
pan of milk, the stem was icoerted and
the milk soon disappeared. The fx; tilth
was fed in this way until ripe. It was
taken to the state fair and tnok the
premium for being thelartrettof its kind.
On opening it a nice roll of Jersey batter
was found in the center.
The Weekly Journal is a new
Yiublialiod at (lolilonilnla it- in 'a
little sheet, democratic, and II a year
1 bore is no reason why the dwmocrats
ot tne rich county of Klickitat should
not give good support to a newspaper of
muir puiiui-ui iaun.
Tbo Inland Empire for September is
an exceiiem numoer. it gives much in
formation needed by home-seekers ir
regard to tne northwest. Among its
illustrations ia the half-tone showing
Hood River from the north bunk of the
Howard C. Tripp, who will bo remem
bored by some of our citizens as a lect
urer on tomirance, is now running
weekly paper at KuigBlcy, Iowa. He
is also a stump speaker for the Bryan
I he store of Mays & Crowe of The
Danes, was burKlanzed one nil? it last
week. The neighboring towns on tho
railroad wero notiilod by telegraph to
iook out tor tne burglars. At Arlington,
Marshal Farrier discovered a man crawl
ing irom a break beatn when tho night
train pulled in. He ordered the man to
uirow up ins minds. Tho man failed to
obey the order and the marshal shot
him dead. The dead man proved to bo
ft negro from Portland on his way to
Walla Walla. The marshal is under
arrest ior tils careless shooting.
Miss Anna Lang heads a list of SO
names voted for as the most popular lady
in The Dalles for queen of tho carnival.
nut she declines the honor.
G. W. Timing of The Dalles died at
Berkeley, Call., Sept. 2lHt. Ho went to
California about a year ugo for his healt h.
Tho cause of his death w as dropsy of the
lioart. Ho leaves a wife and severnl
children. Mr. Phelps and family were
well known in Hood River. They came
here from Pennsylvania with the colony
that settled here in 1875. They located
on the farm now owned bv Frank
Chandler and resided here till 1881.
Mr. Phelps was a soldier in the civil
war. His remains were brought to The
Dalles for burial.
A Mill creek rancher takes to The
Dalles 10 to 25 boxes of ripe strawberries
Day Bros, have sold all their interest
in their bow mill, logging camps, steam
tug Sadie B, and dwelling at Cascade
Jxieks, to the Htorey A Kaeppler Lum
ber Co. of LaCrosse, Wis.
A man from Twin Oaks farm called at
" the Glacier office Tuesday. Seeing W.
T. Watson's big squash, he was remind
ed of the big squashes grow n in Nebras
ka. He said he worked for a man who
had five acres in corn and squashes,
Tho squashes were so big they couldn't
get them into a common wogon IhmI and
had to put on the hay rack to haul them
in from the field. The man UHk off
enough pqiiAidtcs to fatten t0 head of
beef cattle that winter, bvid.-s 40 bush
els of corn to the acre. ' A man from
Frank ton who heard the big squash story
said a rancher in Montana was growing
a big squash for the state fair. A care
lees hired man, in hoeing wlxw.t the
Kiuasli, accidentally cut it uff the vine.
The rancher w as greatly grieved i
Mies Nellie Erwin had a birthday
party Tuesday evening. A very pleas
ant evening was tpent and the "following-named
guerts wished her many
happy returns of thedav: Bertha Pra
ther, Vera Jackson, Jei Rogers, Nellie
Roger, Loova Weld, Constance Brad
!v, Carrie hute, Lillian slhote, Elanch
Blowers, Onve htiirgis, Bertina Cramer,
Nellie Erwin, Clara Erwin, Ruie B!a?,
Grace Campbell, Myrtle Cue, Gertrude
Erwin. Charlie Foster, Eari Clark, Joe
Tompkins, Charlie Tottevin, Lou David
son, Dell Rand. Bert Rand, Harvey
C hester fchute, Geo. l lrich, David Hem
ming, f red Coe.
Mrs. II. J. Frederick, Mis A. L. Had-
ley,. Mis Era Nicklason and Master
Milo Frederick returned from a four-
week" vi:t at Wheatland and Portland
3Iiss Lillian Tostevin left Monday on
hsr return to Chicago.
For Hale. New Home sewingmachine,
Modern Jewel cook stove So. 8 with
reservoir, to bed eprinz. Ladies'
"Hawthorne" bicycle, gear 74 and other
small articles. J.J. White.
Those who have read about the Sun
shine Club in recent numbers of the
La-lies' Home Journal and are interested
in the work are cordially invited to meet
at tjie residence ol i ruioan JJutler, I n
day evening, f-ept. 28th, at 8 o'clock.
Miss Cora Copple will teach the pri
mary department of the Barrett school,
commencing next Monday.
E. C. Mahany and family, who have
been living at The Dalles for the past
three months, returned to Hood River
Don't be a Cham?.
If there is any chance to boom your
town, boom it. Don't be a clam. Don't
be a kicker. Don't pull a long face and
get sour in your stomach. Hope a bit.
Get a smile on you. Hold up your hand.
Get a hold with both hands; then pull.
Bury your hatchet. Drop your toma
hawk. Hide your little hammer. When
a stranger comes here jolly him. Tell
him this is the best town on the coast.
It is. Don't get mulish. Don't roast.
Just jolly. All men like to be jollied,
always. So Jolly. Get popular. Its
dead easy. Help yourself along. Push
your friends with you, and soon you'll
nave a wnoie procession, no man over
helped himself by knocking other people
down. You cannot climb the ladder of
lame by stepping on other people'scorns.
They're their corns, not yours. And
they're tender. Keep off the corns. All
men are not alike. Once in a while you
may find one who is very much alike;
but some are different. You are not the
only shirt in the wash. If you don't like
their style, let 'em alone Don't knock.
Walk right in. And make yourself look
pleasant. You'll get used to it. There's
no end of fun in minding your own busi
ness. It makes other people like you
better. Better have other people stuck
on you than get stuck on yourself. No
body gets stuck on a kicker. Don't be
one, nor two.
The street fair is coming. It needs
your help. Put your shoulder to the
wheel. Get a move on yourself. And
w hen it is all over yon'll be able to say
"We did it. "-Dalles Chronicle.
Mount Hood Notes.
Iteceived too late for last week.
Geo. Dim mirk had a barn raising last
inursiiay. ins new Darn is a great im
provement to his place.
P. F. Fouts has his new house almost
completed. ' It is a credit to the place.
John L. Dimmick came home from
Lout lake last Saturday and returned
next day. He expects to be at the lake
for another month yet.
Dr.' Douglas Riggs and wife came home
last Saturday from Tygh Ridge, where
he had been doing a little veterinary
work during harvesting and threshing.
Ho reports all the old hayseeds in good
spirits this fall.
P. F. Knudson says his fruit trees are
all heavily loaded with fruit of the best
quality of any in the valley.
W. 8. Gribblo stuck his adze into his
foot Tuesday of lost week, but is around
Work began Monday on the laterals
of the Middle Fork irrigating ditch. All
hands in attendance.
D. R. Cooper went to Lost lake last
week with a party from Portland, but it
rained so much of the time they had to
come nome on eaiuruay
The sheep are all pulling out for bunch
grass. It is too wet for the herders in
the brush after it begins to rain in the
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Great
The soothing and healing properties of
this remedy , its pleasant taste and prompt
and permunent cures have made it a great
favorite with peoplo everywhere. It is es
pecially prized by mothersof small child
ren for eolds.crotinand whooninc couyh
as it always affords quick relief, and as it
contains no opium or other harmful drug,
it may bo gi ven as confidently to a baby as
tn n.. ...I.. I. V... -..I- I... U'Mi:. ' t
iv nil nuiiii. A'ui ouio uv 1 illiaillH (X
Population of Cities,
The census bureau has completed tho
count of the 30 largest cities, showing a
population as follows:
Greater New lork 3,437,2t2
St. Louis 675,238
San Francisco 342.782
New Orleans . 287,104
Jersey oty 20(1,433
Iiulianatolis 109. 104
Kansas City 103,752
St. Paul 1(13,032
Allegheny 129, 390
Cut and Bruises Quickly Healed.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm applied to a
cut, bruise, burn, scald or like injury will
instantlvaliav the pain and will heal the
parts in less time than any other treat-!
!!!::. v iiiess me injury is very severe it
will not leave a m-nr. l':i;n Balm alsoonres
rheuniti.in,spraiii- Mwellings and lame
ness. For sale by Williams .v Brotius.
Hii Uomt Paper.
"It's si range," eaid a celebrated auth
or tclUt, "and yet not strange, bow
these old associations cling to as. . I was
born in a rural ditrct, t-d forty years
t, the LtsJe country newspaper" was
the oc Eewfpaper lite rate, re that we
had. ft was f'cbiifrhftd every Saturday,
and when it didn't come cot 'on time'
everybody was in a flurrv. Well, I have
not Visited inr birthplace in twenty
years, but duncg all that time I have
ben a subscriber to that little country
weekly. I have cwl the seas and it
has followed me faithfully to foreign
capitals. I've taken it from my pocket
in the clubs in London and Pans, and
have read with all the interest of old,
how Colonel So-ic-io is in our midst,
bow 'Jobn Jones i?undayed with ns,
how 'our esteemei coroner sat on three
dead men yesterday, and how 'the edi
tor is thankful for a nx-fs of cabbage,
but need some bacon to boil it with,'
etc. Yes, that little country weekly is
a positive joy to me yet. And the edi
tor doesn't have to dun me for my sub
scription, either." Atlanta Constitu
tion. A Coffee Barometer.
It is claimed that the "coffee" forecast
is a reliable way of determining what
the weather is going to be. In order to
see what the weather will be yon must
drop carefully into yonr morning cup of
coffee, prepared with a little milk, tro
lumps of sugar. Do not stir the eouee.
If the bubbles ascend rapidly, separate
quickly and fly to the side of the cup,
there will be much rain within the next
twenty-four hours. If they gather slow
ly ana gravitate in a cluster to the side,
only possible showers may be expected.
But il they remain placidly in the center
of the cup you may wear your best hat
and leave your umbrella at home when
you take your walks abroad. Chicago
Cored of Chronic Diarrhora After Thirty
Tear of Snfferin;.
"I suffered for 30 years with diarrhoea
and thought I was past being cured," says
John S.Hallowayof French Camp, Miss.
"I had spent so much time and money and
suffered so much that I had given up all
hopes of recovery. I was so feeble from the
effects of the diarrhoea that I could do no
kind of labor.could not even travel, but by
accident I was permitted to find a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy, and after taking several
bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble.
I am so pleased with the result that I am
anxious that it be in reach of all who
suffer as I have. For sale by Williams
The American Eple.
I like to see our par .jr strife in presidential
Grow nrc and furious with the tide of pa
triot Imp and fcara;
I like to are the people march In all their rug
To meet the issues that arise and must be
To me there in do grander theme for eloquence
No Dobler epic that should stir a native poet's
Than I his nrpasslDg climax of earnest street
That tlirlll our splendid country In a na
Not Rome in all her ancient pride so fine a
sight could nhow;
Nor may the living empires so great a glory
It is a spectacle supreme fur human eyei to
The free maintaining government In freedom
for the free!
And when we gather at the polls, each man
to vote tits will,
A plain and homely nation, the sight Is
For all the Liberty of aartb, Its promise and
there incarnate in the flesh, the People
Klpley D. Maunders in Ht. Louis Republic.
la conned km with oar DnwHnmkiDf we
innudingall the latest sty!, aod refpect
tally invite (be ladHr of Hd Hirer and vt
rioity In call at oar room aod iocct rood.
fciry effort wiil be made to siu;'y onr eut-
voni-rrm. ilKrt. U.IKK.
- 5KS. BKAfLEY,
Hood River Meat
and Produce Co
FRESH AXD CURED MEATS,
FISH, VEGETABLES, FRUITS
BUTTER AND EGGS
Will eoDioct business strictly on a CASH
Market second door sooth of pott office.
K. E. DENZER, Manager.
The Columbia Xarwry l on hand again at
utiuu wiw a iarxe hock or rrun tree, atraw-
Derry piania. ana all Kinds or nurxery stock,
our pneea ana tee tne mock.
t - il. C. BATEHAM,
Cockerels for Sale.
White Wyandotte. Barred Plymouth
Rocks. White piymoutli Kocks and Blnck
Minorca. Chlrkena bought and sold. Veg
etables and fruit of all kinda furnished to
order. E. V. CALKINrt,
no17 FranktoD Poultry Yards.
l0 feet V4 by 10 and 13 Inches at fi. Good
for barn floor, flume, etc. feet lbys.
ante pnee. rue 01 lumber. z,uw reel.
B. K. TUCKER.
I bare four beautiful bulldii.ir lot in the
city of Halem, near the stale capltol, to ex
change tor a amall (rait ranch In Hood Ri
M. R. NOBLE.
Two Cottages for Kent
Apply to w. f. W A1MOS.
To exchange, a Winchester rifle, Improved
tj HT, lor OICjCIB. M. IV. ISUHL.
I offer at private sale all my boasehold
goods and farming Implements. Also, one
eor, two hogs, chickens, frniton the trees, po
tatoes In the patch and other garden truck,
baled and loose hay, etc. Alo, one light
oerry wagon iursuieortraoeftira heavier one.
W. H. FUUH,
21 IVj miles south of town,
Well broken to hamera or to ride, for sale
or trade. MKH. N. C. EVANS.
VMo-Vitwr anMa wall tnt
msip, n .j nviM. mil wnicicu, it ijtj uaj 411 a
frail ranch. Also, two or three small tract
near town, agents. x. K. KXXJX.
Cockerels for Sale.
I have a few thoroughbred Silrer-Mpantrled
locarreM ir raie. UKAJurA i-.i.l,i.
One thoroughbred Jersey Cow, Barrett
Btoca. for aale by dk. J. V. WATT.
A line Jersey heifer, will be fresh thin fall,
iorsmeny MIW. JOHN l'AKKEIl.
Belgian Hare Buck.
For breeoing purpose, at my place at White
Salmon. Thorooghbred Belgian hare. Charge
reawonapie. J. CI.ATEKBOS.
eaiUftd from thn atnmth nnf
Beginning ita work immediately.
Until it geta to work you fel d -treeerd
the food lays In your stom
ach ilka a weight.
To start digestion to make the
stomach do ita work you mult aouat
it if your stomach Is weak or alow
taken after meala supplies the stom
with nooeimttry acids and Juices
which iiiicuat the food quickly in a
proper manner. To get the best
raaultsuiM) Baldwin's Health Tableta
No. )SS with the Dyspepsia Tableta
The Dynpepgia Tablets coat 60o and
can ba had at
CHAS. N. CLARKE'S.
Look at the Stars
Through toon potterfai Telescopes at C. H.
Temple's Jewelry Store. They are the best
that can be had fur the money.
A few pure blooded Hlymonth Bock Roos-
vrrs xor sale, rrice si.uu.
"31 MK8. H. C. BATEHAM
81 x milk cows. Durham bull. S heart hnnuw
wagon, plow, cultivator, yt set harness, field
"i uomiuea, spray pump, oy JUiijN KAY,
num. at tne i.yman smun place. a31
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver, Waah., Sept. 14,
!!.. mux iicreoy given mat lue rollOW'
ing-named settler has filed notice of hla in.
tentlon to inftkeflDal proof In support of bis
claim, and that said Droof will h mAiiturr
F, W. Kale, clerk of the Superior Court of
.-minimum co u my, wasningion,al Btevengon,
w aauiugion, on uciooer i, iou, viz:
WILLIAM E. DARK,
Homestead Application No. 9823, for the
mirinwesi y. souinwest or section 2. east
southeast hi of section i and norllipnut.
northeast of section 10, in township 4 north
lie names tne following witnesses to prove
niseoniiauous residence upon and cult
lion oi nam land, viz:
Thomas W. Lusk.T)nvl1Srlinb on) nhn.in.
mjreis, an oi unenowiin, wash., and John
21oai VV. R. DU.VBAR. Register,
In the Circuit Court for the State of Oregon,
in inu vuuiuy oi v asco.
Cella B. Houston, plO., I Suit for divorce.
, . . vs. Summons by publi-
John M. Houston, deft. I ration.
To John M. Houston, the above named de-
ifiiuttnu- in me uame oi me slate or oregou,
you are hereby reuulred to umear and answer
i he complaint filed against you in the above
vuiiurti au'i Hiui i. miri, on or ix-iore sionuay
the lth dnv of Novpnilier. A. tv luciiv thr.'t
being the first day of the November term of
aniu 1,-ouri, ana the last day prescribed In the
order for publication of said summons, whore
In it was ordered, that said publication be
iimut! once a weea lor six consecutive weeks,
and for seven consecutive Insertions, in the
"Hood River Olooler". a newsnaner nf irpimrul
clreuliillon, published weekly In the Town of
noon Kiver, said County and State; and if you
fall to appear and answer said complaint, for
want thereof, the plaintiff will take Judg
ment airuinst vol) for a flM-ree rilKwilvlns lh
bonds of matrimony heretofore and now
existing between the plaintiff and defendant
herein, and giving to pliiintiflr the car, con
trol and custody of the two minor children.
UNUKIIlVr RUU SOU OI DB OHlT'IPH Ol IlllMaillL
and for general relief.
The service of this summons is therefore
made npon you bv publication thereof in the
said Hood Kiver Glacier, a newsnniwr of en.
eral circulation, published weekly in aald
w uaeo County, State of Oregon, by order of
urn vuuniy Jiiaee oi saia w asco twintv,
George C. Iilakeley, presiding Jmlee, under
dale the 2Tth day of Seplember. ltOi). for six
consecutive weeks and for seven consecutive
insertions, the date of the first publication of
which Is the -i h day of September. A. 1 .. 1800.
s2Su9 Attorney for l'laintlff.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The lalle nnvnn Knnt 91
HM. Notice is hemhv vlven Hint th r,,
Iii-nanied settler has filed notlM of his imen.
tion tocommuie and make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before George T. 1'mther. U. S. Comnil.v
loner, at Hood Kiver. llmnn on EYi.inv
November 3, Isu), vis: . '
BURTON W. 8WESEY,
Of Hood River, Oregon, H. K. No. 717, for the
east southeast V., norlhwest -! southeast
and southwest northeast C section 1,
township 2 norih, range east, W. M.
He Halites the follou-llur u-hnMwulnnhkVA
his couiiiiiioiis residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, vis:
Jlart liuveniHirL Kred Newhv. lViet Glh.
bona and Al Eeek, all of Hoh1 i'llver.Oregim.
J. f. LUCAS, tU'gisler.
ITImber Land, Act June 8, 1878.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Ijind Offle. Vannonrer
Wash.. Sept. 4. l(ll.-Notlce is herehv
that In compliance with the provisions of the
act of concress of June a. btrft entitioH ,
for the sale of timber lands in the states of
inmoroiH, uregon, p.evaua and Washington
territory," as extended to all the public land
OMtWB Uy tttl Ol AUgUStS, l&U,
Of Trout Lake, county of Klickitat, state of
nasuuiKioii, una mis any niea in tills office
his sworn statement No. 2015. for the mm,i,.
of the east X northeast M and northeast. V
southeast U section 2tf. and northwest V.
i section 2S, and northwest y.
liuutli,n ...... 1.1- X-,. a . i
range No. 10 east, and will offer proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable for its
timber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish his o-laim to said land
before the Register and Receiver of this office
at Vancouver, rtasn., on Tuesday, the 20th
day of November, WOO.
He names as witnesses: - Jacob Hickman.
Jnllns C. Hoke, Rush Bellinger and Charles
H. kitlenbmg, all of Trout Lake, Wash.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
uieir claims in in is office on or before said
aim aay oi November, WO).
S7n9 W. R. DUNBAR, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
J .and Office at The Dalles, Oregon. Aug. 28,
1900. Notice la herebv riven that th follow.
ing-named settler has filed notice of his in
tention k commute ana makr nm nmnf h
support of his claim, and that said proof will
be made before George T. Frather, U. S. Com
missioner, at HOOD Kiver I Irwmn rm Hatnr.
day, October 6, Utt, vis .
FRANK C. WILSON, of Hood River, Or.,
H. E. No. 733). for the northeast V northern!
hi section 12. townshln a north, nnnlut
nuu M.v neuiion I , HHU lot 7, SeCtlOD 0. lOWU
Shlp2 north, range 10 east, W. M.
itenamea me roiiowlng witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, vls:
C. A. H Icicle, C L. Rogers, Frank raven-
port, s.jiM.sriney, all of Hood Kiver, Oregon.
" in t. iiLtAS, iu-gisier.
H. J. FREDERICK,
Carpenter and Builder.
Will leave Cascade Locks at ( a. m.; Hood
Kiver at S-JI a. m dailv Inwnl Snndirl hr
The Dalles and way landings. Returning
will leave The Dalle at i p. in. Passengers
and light freight. Return tickets from Dalit
my ana Regulator are gnd on this boat.
W. C, ALLAWAY, Agent.
- l-VSlnnIes T.lfni
liei-e.u Itiij a ji-c
Hulk. Saop on t
h.-.l f,,r all i-:.!s .!
:.ily . Aii Minis c
liiic ttrevt, tel. lot a;
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Sept. 20,
19UK Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his In
tention to make final proof In support of bis
claim, and that said proof will be made before
the Register and Receiver at The tHillea, Ore
gon, ou Saturday, November S, ltu), via:
Of Mosler, Oregon, II. E. No. VOO, for the
south hi southwest section J, and north V,
northwest U section W, township I north,
ranee 11 e,l, w. M.
He names the following wltneases to prove
his continuous realdemv npon and culllva
t!"ti of siid l.iii, !. v!i:
James J. te;.. I J. T'srwoort. T. T. Pv.
eiit and S, Li. Knl.er.ai: of VI ier.Or-on.
-i4 JAY V. LVCAS, Heg'jter.
AN INTELLIGENT BUYER
orto.drngstoretoFecnrecordwood. Liketiue aj ;
eeekinggUUonary tnd writing materials wdl naturally go w
dealer who make, a epecialty in that particular line.
Yon will find the best selected and most extensive stock of Pape
terfes Tablet Note Paper. Envelopes and writing ma
terials of all kinda to be found in Hood River.
IT IS OUR BUSINESS to keep the best, and we propose to do that
Books, Magazines and Periodicals in stock, and orders token for
those not carried.
JOB PRINTING promptly and neatly done and at reasonable prices.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
New. We have jast received a line of EMBOSSED NICKEL
BRISTOL NO. 2. LA 31 PS, fitted complete, with 10-inch dome shade,
We have a few which we are selling at Portland prices in cotton,
gloria, corola and silk, from 65c to 2.00.
GEO. F. C0E & SON.
It is a well-known fact that Cash is the only business fair alike to
dealer and consumer.
I know the circumstances of the people of Hood River and vicinity
and know that many who now run short accounts would be as willing
to pay cash if they could save from 5 to 15 per cent on their purchases
by so doing. .
I am tired of the annoyance of keeping accounts and have de
cided that on and after Saturday, September 22d, I shall sell no
goods except for cash in hand. I have always been favored with a
large cash trade in Hood River, and as two sets of prices can not be
maintained in the same store, cash customers are charged credit
prices and contribute along with others to pay the extra expenses of
conducting a credit business, which is unfair. It is to meet this con
dition that all accounts will be closed Friday evening, Sept. 21st.
Yours very truly,
CLYDE T. BONNEY.
The Most Attractive of Hood River Suburbs,
Is now for the first time placed on the market. In laying out this new
addition the proprietors have given to the man of moderate means an op
portunity to make himself a home in the Iovliest portion of our beautiful
village. The inducements to locate are many. It is healthy; no dust,
mud or wind; it is close to one of the best regulated public schoolrin
Wasco county; the great public highway from the city to the country
passes on the west side of this addition, but not through it, so the streets
will not be muddy in winter, nor dusty in summer. Several wells have
been bored and fine water found at about 16 feet. An abundance of water
for irrigating purposes can be had at small cost to reach every lot. This is an
ideal spot. The home-seeker that neglects this opportunity is not wise.
You can get a lot now from first hands cheaper than you ever can again.
Hood River property has never retrograded in price. Don't believe the
croakers when they tell you that the town is done growing, that there is
nothing for the town to grow on. It has been sung ever since the first
store was built, still it has kept on growing and will continue to grow long
after every lot in Waucoma Park is sold. There are rumors in the air
have you heard them?-that mean this: A great hotel close to Waucoma
Park, another at Mt. Hood; a rail line to connect them, and which will
bring out the tens of millions of feet of magnificent timber that line the
hillsides and valleys. It will bring out train loads of ice from the ever
lasting glaoier storehouses of old Mt. Hood. It will bring home-seekers '
t Oftt tt.'lll Knir lota in IVni.nnn T) 1. IJ3!i!. , ...
..... ... "wui x r Auuiuon as long as there is any to
uw juur unu ujrms; mey win cost more soon. For full
information apply to
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON.
To Wlioin it May Concern:
Orders from headquarters are to make a
Commencing Sept. 8th, for a short time only, comprising a big stock
of goods, of which we will make mention here of only a few lines.
A big stock of the latest tailor-made Pants, the (strongest on earth '
to sell at less than manufacturing cost '
A large assortment of newly-received Hats.
A mammoth stock of newly-received Shoes of all kinds.
- A fine lot of the best Underwear, just received.
A nice lot of Shirts, received this week.
Newly-received Clothing for men and boys.
New line of Sweaters, just received.
Gloves, Leggings, Suspenders, and other lines of goods too nnmo
ons to mention in this space, in order to make room for more Zds
daily arriving from the East. REMEMBER THE PLAPP nt !T
Denver Clothing Store.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
.mo ... v. Tn,-,,
W noi DUV Withnnt
. UI6I, getting my
you also save
x iciures trained
Lowest prices on Wall Paper.
PIWKRAL DIRECTOR AXD EMBALMER.
LIST OF LAttDj
JULY 20, 1900.
1. Four acres at Frankton. itnDrn
good spring ; only 550. ' ,ei
2. Lot 100x130 feet, on WW
avenue, north of Dr. Shaw's form,,
idence. Price, $400. er
3. John Sipma farm, in lots fromt.
20 acres ; $50 to $60 per acre ;
4. Lot opposite Pchoolhouse- i
square. Price, f!75. ' '
5. Thff Afkinunn nmrui.. .
and Oak streets ; best bargain in
6. Block Z, 1'arkhurst, 270 bv
19 fino Int.' ohfitraftt rt 4i'l. a '
of Columbia river: cheap if sold iJS
Antra tari nficVi l
7. Barrett-Sipma addition ; fcOperU
io oown aim o per montn ; no intern),
A. Fnnr Wa nn Kliorman ....
of Front st., $400 cash. Must be'S
30 days. uu
9. The J. II. Frary place, East Sij.
near Tucker's mill ; 200 acres, nearlv a
acre; will be sold m forty-acre tract(
ruiuii nun, iuiuir, iiiree-quartrn
or more cash. A great bargain,
10. T. R. Coon's 80 acres in Pole Flu
7 miles southwest of town ; 4 acrescW
en ; f io an acre.
11. Thftfi. T. ttftlliirnn Al i .
-- ouicg. lyiQt
tn the county road north and east of ill
narreu larm ; arres in cultivation
900 fruit trees Price $1,500. Termi
12. 100 acres on Hood river, S miia
aouve iiiLaeru nun ; o acres cleared,
i rice i,oou.
13. The W. II. Biarion liAma in Tl..i
- - 1- iviiiv in ilUfJII
River, lot 6 and part of lot 7, block 1,
ii uwiiia nuuiuuii mj IIOOU KlVer
pretty home. Only $1,100,
14. The Allen Fulton farm, lfiOacm
5 miles east of town ; price $1,000: term!
15. The F. E. Bailey place; 10 acrei
good improvements; all in fruit; net
liouse.barn and out buildings. An ideal
home. Price $2,500.
16. John Sipma farm, 100 acres, (5,000,
$1,000 or more cash and balance at8wi
cent, or the east 40 acres, cleared, lor
$2,100. $500 cr more cash, balance atl
per cent. Best farm in the valley.
19. The Sun lot and building; $700.
20. P. A. Trana place, White Salmon,
in pisrht of Ilnnri Ri
C--- - ' f V U m
strawberries and tomatoes 17,000 strait.
Derry plants ana 1,400 tomato plants.
No irrigation required. Price $700.
21. N. M S. E. U. S. ' N V v. .
4, T. 3 X., R. 11 E White Salmon; in
tiniDer land ; $1U per acre.
22. The Emerson homestead, onlyone
nine east ot town ; fine range; $1,500.
23. Lots 5 and B. hWt 7
union; fou a lot, or $85 lor the two.
24. Bernard Warren's fruit farm at
rratiKton, plenty ot water, soou bind
ings, etc. 17 acres. Price $3,500.
25. Wilkens' fine farm at White Sal
mon ians, z-tu acres zo cleared ana in
grass; good improvements; fine water
power; price $3,300 stocked, or 2,750 for
2ft. S. H. Cox's fine residence in Hood
River, lot 100 x 100; price $1,200.
27. J. R. Nickelsen's place at Bel
mont ; 35 acres ; $2,100. Terms easy.
28. Astrinofland 30 fppt ulfi hv M
mile long, with the creek, lying between
the west side of Blower's addition and
the countv road at Paradise farm. Price
29. Twenty acres lvincr north of Peter
ivouko a, .cast, siae: eooa lanu unim
proved. Price $500; terms easy.
30. 35 acres of J. f!. Rnoirs' fruit farm
for $3500 $100 per acre in 15 or 20 acre
tracts. The 15-ao.rfi trnnt in S-apn tracts
at $125 per acre; cash; balance to
sun purcnaser; interest, 7 per cent per
31. Emma fV TfnVi!nonn' it) Rem.
East Side, adjoining A. T. Mason's fruit
ranch ; unimproved ; $850.
32. Fmmifi. Pntlnmrai'a lfifl acrASOIl
hills east of White Salmon, known as
tne urver nlace: nne timber: unim
An i. - . i. r , t inft-
w .h uc iimue reauy ior plow ior
40 good timber. Fine soil; no rock on
150 acres ; big hay shed ; school and pest
office only H mile; on dailv stage line;
well watered. $50 down, $50 in 1 month,
$50 in 2 months ; bal. in 4 years. Only
$500; a rare bargain; 15 miles distant;
To Loan $800, in one loan.
At the Emnorinni is kent. n first-class
snryeyor'8 transit, and the proprietor
being a practical surveyor, is well pre
pared to do the work of laving out acre
age property in lots and blocks, and do
ing all kinds of surveying.
N. B. Tprma oro Aoair An all f lip above
lands, with interest at 6 per cent. P
buub ucmmig locations on nouicow"
flnd tiTViiVr pl.iima clmuM antilvatthd
Money to Loan.
At the Emporium.
Davidson Fruit Co.,
Hood River's Famous
Packers of the
Hood River Brand oi
, Jlannfaoturere of .
Boxes and Fruit Pact-
Fertilizers and Agricul-
UlCl uuiaiiei .
Persons requiring water tortrrnratrnFiottii;
before using any water, make application"
of lots and a description of sam AlJ
payment of 75c per lot, or fraction of aWS
per month in advance. Application ''"
filed and no irrigating will be permitted ex
cept on lot o designated. All irngaunj
mast be (Inn. lhMiA ri.l.illnn noon
spray. All residing north of Oak atreel WW
use waier only between the noma tM
o'clock a. M.; those aouth ol said ureet a
oonra P. it. ., .
o water wilj be furnished any one ttuun
lo comply with above rules.
nwu iUVEIt SPiCISQ WAltn v"