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!l$jc& Iivcr Slacier
SEPTEMBER 28, 1900.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
BRIE luia-u i
Bird cages at Sherrill'a.
Full line of furniture at Sherrill's.
Second hand bikes at John Hullt's.
Bargains at Denver Clothing Store.
Harness and bikes repaired by J .Hullt.
tixmunrM. 112.50 at Sherrill's.
: klTl'l t' l'V" 1 1 . , .
i " ...i.-.,V..onainwflIWliini1 . Y r01ev. 01 -r0K OUntV
.Miernunj - - down last week to visit his father, who
Fice8, . .. u . i n . is laid up with the rheumatism. Mr.
For nyrKcu " toieyana ins partner, E. H. Sparks,
own 4,800 sheep. Ho started in as a
$3.75 and and $4, herder for Mr. Snarks and now is a full
partner, owning half of the ranch, sheep
anu ouier biock. ineir sheen in sum
mer ume ranee in the uascade reserve
near Mt. Jefferson. The flock is now on
David Irwin, father of Mrs. Geo. V
Coe of Hood River, is 101 vears old.
He lives at Byron, Michigan, and ex.
pects to come to Oregon to visit his
daughter as soon as he gets better of his
rheumatism, ol which he has been re
cently so severely afflicted that he has
to go on crutches. He is a veteran of
four wars and was a commissioned
officer in the civil war. An enlarged
photo of the old veteran taken at the
age of 98, has recently been received by
Mrs. Coe. It looks like a man in the
prime of life. Jlr. Irwin alwavs shaved
clean till the ago of 95. when his mus-
tache came out clack, and since then he
has continued to wear it.
oi ltook count v came
to Bone fe
i Washing machines;
f Just received, one half ton coffee, at
Lne & McDonald's.
TV, i i.;n nf all lei ml q on in llio nlttr Jenersoii. ine dock is now on
IPJ&'M 8 l the the ranch in Crook county. Early rains
I John Kelley has strawberry plants for
le. See him for prices,
i Pee Bartmess' rug display. Pocket fold
Jig lunch boxes at Bartmess.'
I por guns, ammunition and fishing
tackle, go to Bone & McDonald.
i Buy Sunflower lard, guaranteed the
I . !,.. I. MnIViii,
have made good feed on the ranees. In
winter the sheep are fed hay when snow-
is on the ground or the weather is
Attorney A. A. Javne of The Dalles
was in town Tuesday. He was called to
defend Mrs. D. H. Kiser, who was
charged by Dr. Adams with taking
apples from his orchard. The case was
brought before Judge Hayes court and
r . . t., t nr rr,i ..,:n k,i oroueni u
.Lrr'Y''"l Mr. Jayne says he would
1110 1 u. i;.. o
I Henderson's fruit farm with good
'dwelling house to lease, at the Em
jiorium. f V. II. Pugh will sell his household
good's at public auction at Jackson's
corner iuui"' ,
move to Hood River if he could find
office room for rent,
iheuavidson fruit Lo. received an
order yesterday for quinces. Quinces
were never grown very extensively m
Hood River, but they should be. This
fruit alwavs commands a fair price. In
I Those Brownielunch boxes are just the setting out fruit trees the orchardist
tiling IOr IUU CllllUIt-Il W bticii I BiiUUUl nut HL'glUUi w pmub uio 4111111:0
lunches in. At bherrni 8. rj0 y0U want a deed drawn, or a mort-
I Yum Yum matresses, f 2.25 ; common gage, or a lease or contract of any kmdr
Viweii-wire mattresses, fi.ou: vv estern remaps you wouia line to mane your
washers. fS.oU, at B. JBi. isanmess.' will but nesitate about doing so. t.
I a.om; mwters for the Hood River Savage will attend to any of above for
' fair are out. They bear the imprint of you
E. R- Bradley, Hood Kivers job printer.
and anv work done will be treated
confidentially. Just as well have it
fiet vnur exhibits for the fair in on
Thursday, Oct. 4th. The rules have been
changed, making exhibits to be placed
on Thursday instead of Friday. The
awarding committee will begin their
work Friday morning.
If 5'our time is worth anything, if
your team's time is worth anything, it
will cost you a dollar every time you
hitch un to bring your children to
W J school. Do a little figuring and buy
i,ari ana iue.gs o. ... . ..u ,ot jn Waucoma Park on your own term8.
i IV hv DRV vc ior nurhnuu wucc niicu
we will eell you good bulk coffee for 15c
I per fl. Bosr & McDonald.
I H. H. Eailey caught ten salmon trout
lomrt.h w hile out fishing in
f Hood river, near Tucker's mill, last
1 Hood River's local telephone system
I nnw has 65 nhones. The system was
I started less than two years ago with 13
1 Ilnviilson have cone to Lorvallis to re-
i sume their work in the agricultural col-
i lege there.
I For Sale 5) acres, mile and a quarter
f south west of town; good large house;
I voting orchard, fine location. Inquire
J of Geo. T. Pralher.
H. II. Weston of Wyeth was in town
i Monday. He is contemplating taking a
i trip this fall to California and may go
f as far east as Colorado.
I See Bartmess' reduced prices. Also
J (intft the articles marked "same old
price" and see n you nave neen purcima-
nig these cheaper elsewhere.
Rlnc.k 2. Parkhurst. 270 by 300V 12
fine lota: abstract of title; fine view of
Columbia river; cheap if sold in 10 days
part cash at the Emporium.
Sam. Heppner has decided that Hood
River is good enough for him and has
iMiiwhasp.d 18 acres of E. E. Savage, at
Belmont, and will improve it for a home
Mr. mid Mrs. J. V. Armor and Mr
and Mrs J. L. Ilershner are attending
the state association of the Congrega
tional churches in session at Hillsboro.
Miss Susie Mohr came down from The
Mrs. P. A. Mann of Baker City,
cousin of W. N. West and brothers, vis
ited in Hood River last week. W. N
West came ud from Viento and spent
the week in flood River. He had not
met his cousin for about 25 years.
W. H. Pueh and family will leave
next Monday for Binkerman, Neb. He
changed his mind about going to Clark
county. Wash. The old soldier says
there is too much rneumausm in una
country for him.
Wm. Boorman and wife attended the
state fair at Salem last week. Mr,
Rnnrman savs the fair was a ereat suc
cess. The live stock was well worth
traveling so far to see.
Don't nav water rent. $1.25 a month
is 115.00 a vear. which is interest on
4187.60 : twice as much as a lot in Wau
(oiina fark will cost vou ana oniy iv w
20 feet to water.
Mrs. Alma Howe has rented her house
in II. R. Lewis and family of Portland
fnr the winter and will co to Monmouth
where she has eneaeed a house lor ine
w. P. Watson left a sauash at the
Dalles last Saturday and will spend her Glacier office Tuesday, that weighs 120
i.. mlahrnB n n it I i .. ri-1 . ,. nn u.Hitli if oravu
ten oiners, Home iicawj
friends on the East Side for two weeks.
Mrs. Phmhe Jones, who has been
eininine with Mrs. Rose McCoy at Ar
mor's place during the summer, was the
guest of Mrs. J. U. ierguson last wee
J. A. Shoemaker of Santa Clara, Cal.,
Mrs. C. B. Curtis and Mrs. N. Curtis of
Rfifflttln hrnther and sisters to the Shoe
maker Bros, of Hood River, all visited
their brothers here last week.
Here is a Bargain A four room dwel
contained ten others, some nearly as
The Christian Endeavor of the Congre
gational church will give a dime social
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
Thompson, Friday evening, Sept. 28th.
Judge E. E. Savage has moved into
S. J. LaFrance's house, where he win aiso
have his office. He is prepared to iook
after all kinds of legal work
Aro vnn cninor to move to town
ling in good repair ; lot 50x100 ; centrally gend your children to school? Then brfy
inmtaA thrPA Works from deDot : in town . int m Wftiifinma Park and save house
of Hood River. Or. i"rice, spot casn, and water rent.
$500. Call on Geo. T. Prather for furth- M p, R. TonM 0 Rochester. N.
er particulars. I v arrived in Hood River the first of
Mrs. M. B. Potter, while helping to the week on a visit to her motner, Mrs.
prepare the parsonage at Belmont tor pnoebe Jones,
the new minister, stepped on a nan,
which entered her foot and made a very
nainful wound. She has since been un
able to do her housework.
Dr. F. C. Brosius has removed to his
new residence at the west end of Oak
T( v r -i t. .... . .
aj. i, . iuuiiri?. ft, nn RP KIM, r nhn a 1
brother of Mr. Joseph McGuire, and
wife, visited hissisterand family in Hood
iiiyer last week. They went from here
tO Seattle. Mr. Mnnr i an nM roc,'.!.,,,.
of Boise valley and amassed considerable
wealth merchandising in the early days
of that country. He is now president of
me nrsi national bank of Boise City.
Uoth expressed themselves as delighted
wun Hood River. Mrs. McGuire had
not met ner brother before for 37 vears,
flir. Moore has a fine residence in Boise
City that was the first house in the
United States heated by natural hot
water, lie piped the water from the
boilinsr hot snnnifs in the mnnnti!n.
Now most of the dwellings and business
nouses in noise are heated by hot water
from these boiling springs.
v.iyue i. ixmney on Monday made an
assignment of his business in Hood
Kiver to R. L. Sabin, manaaor of the
.Merchants' Protective Association.
This action was taken for the benefit of
all the creditors of Mr. Bonney. A. A.
Donuey, miner oi c. T. tionney, is now
n Hood hiver in chartre of the business.
For the present, the business will be
carried on as usual, except that every
thing will be done on a cash basis. Mr.
lionney has been one of the most enter
prising business men we ever had in
Hood River, and has brought business
to our town more than any other man,
and regrets are expressed on all sides
that he should become involved through
no mult oi his own. We hope that his
business affairs may be straightened out
so that he can continue in business in
Davenport Bros. Lumber Co. are
building a platform eight feet wide across
the Rogers place at Belmont, which will
be used for taking lumber from the
flume to bo sorted and stacked, until
seasoned, or is wanted for shipment.
The rough lumber can be hauled from
tins point more readily than from the
planer to any point in the valley, or it
can be sent down the flume to the planer
to fill an order for dressed lumber. This
platform will greatly facilitate work in
the yaids of the Davenport Bros. Lum
Thos. CalkinB had a birthday party on
the 22d of September. The young folks
of the neighborhood gave him a genuine
surprise. A very pleasant evening was
spent and the supper, it is said by tnose
in attendance, was the best ever sat
down to in the valley on &n occasion of
the kind. Those present were: Maua
Noble, May Foley, Mary Gerking, Mrs.
D. Galligan, Carrie Byerlee, Edna Gar-
rabrant, ldel Woodworth, l). uauigan,
Robert Garrabrant. Perry Belieu, Walter
Hull, Edward Byerlee and Will. Warren.
Do you want clover hay? If so, try
Tucker. Fourteen tons first class baled
clover hay ; price for the next ten days
only $8.50 per ton, cash. After that
date, price will be more.
fi. a. TUCKER,
Sept. 25, 1900. Tucker, Ore.
Moki Tea nositivelv cures Sick head
ache, indigestion and constipation. A
delightful herb drink. Removes all
eruptions of the skin, producing a per
fect complexion, or money refunded.
25c. and 50c. Williams & Brosius.
' Mr. Morey, principal of the Barrett
school, and family arrived from Gilliam
county Tuesday and are occupying C. E.
Markham's house. School will begin
next Monday, Oct. 1st.
Dyspepsia can be cured by using Acker's
Dyspepsia Tablets. One little tablet will
give immediate relief or money refunded.
25c and 50c. Williams & Brosius.
Thos. Bishop, Jr., returned from Sher
man ennntv last Saturday and Tuesday
he started for Colville Indian reservation
in the Okanogan country.
Richard Kirbyson is building a neat
cottage on his fruit farm west of town.
From the house he will have a grand
view of the Columbia and the mountains.
The public school library contains
over 200 volumes. An entertainment
for its benefit will be given during the
latter part of October.
Mrs. E. B. Clark returned to her home
at St. Stevens on Monday, after a visit
of two weeks in Hood River.
Misnx Laura Bishon will start next
week for Corvallis. to enter as a stud
at the agricultural college.
GV3 ILLS NER Y.
Street Hats, ranging in price from 35c 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 line will bo more
complete in a few days.
In Trimmings, wo have the latest novelties in Hackles, ronpons,
fancy feather and jet goods, etc, just in from San Francisco. Don't
fail to see our School Hats before they are all gone, from 35c up.
We offer new and stylish goods selected from Eastern and coast
markets with a thorough understanding of tho requirements of the
trade and a keen eye for good values. We pay cash, get lowest prices
and give you the benefit.
We will bo pleased to show you the lino, whether you buy a hat
at 35c, $15.00 or none. Our time is yours 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 same as last year.
bone & McDonald
Carry a nice line of
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Caps and underwear,
Choice Cured Moats and first-grade Lard,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Flour and Feed.
Our prices will be found as low as la cousiatcnt with fair deal
ing and legitimate profit.
fW Goods delivered free of chargefiCf
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
Agents for Royal Tailoring.
Harness and Horse Goods,
Is in receipt of new goods every week.
HIDES and FURS bought and taken in trade.
BICYCLES FOR SALE, .
Bicycles repaired and Bicycles for rent.
Not on the Midway, but at the
Gateway of the Great INLAND
EMPIRE - THE DALLES,
and Street Fair,
October 9 to 13 inclusive.
This will be the createst event in the history of the City of Wheat, Wool and
Fruit and un Onen River to the Sea. The products of this prolific region will be
An ovhihitim, anil farmers, flockmasters and all others will witness an exhibit
that will be both interesting arid instructive.
SPECIAL SOCIAL ATTRACTIONS!
BAND CONCERTS EVERY DAY!
A NOVEL STREET PARADE
v.pllfint. Pntertninnients day and night. Five days ol sighUseeing and
Tliora will h nmnlo accommodations for all guests. Come and The
jucaauivi uvi v . ... l
Dalles will entertain you.
Producers from all sections requested to make exhibits. No charge for space
in the fair buildings. No entrance fee.
Reduced Rate3 on all Railroads and Steamboat Lines.
COME TO THE DALLES.
Miss Bertha Sunderland returned to
Portland after a couple of weeks visiting
i Hnnii RivAr. The euest of Mi6S
TWt. hnv that new suit until you see
-A .1. l .vtnn'a a TtA hnvfl' H fit h-
our new hvuuk. ui mm ""j
street, midway between the school house . nQW on the roftd rora te eaBt.
and armory, and can be found in his of- . 5 g. Blowers & Son.
fice over W illiams & Brosius' drug store
between the hours of 10-11 a. m., 2-3
and 6-7 p. m.
G. J. Gessling, secretary of the Union,
is Khinnine aDnles to Seattle for
PoDtoripa. tablets and writing ma
to:nf, host mialitv. as well as cheaper
grades at Bradley's Book and Stationery
... 1. - I l,nw,.,t,a lnnlr in
aska.traV The apples must be nf etTstore of ETK and
wrapped and marKea wm. - -- . , - . t WBnt ft8k for it.
number ot tiers on eacn uox. xuc
Seattle market is now netting 75 cents
to $1 a box.
Ta vmir title clear! You think so;
Maybe it is. Perhaps not. Better get
nn abstract ana . nave n exuimuou.
Easier to correct it now than later, pos
aihiw aftpr ii lnwKiiit. E. E Savage will
MaminR and eive vou an opinion. Over
twenty years' experience.
. Read This One of the best and earl
ioot fruit farms, within two miles of
frvrsalp. f!nntains75 acres. Boat
ian,W at the nlace twice a day. Good lo-
Matinn tr atnra flnrl hotel. F
.,,;,.io,a call nn nr address deo. 1
Prather. Hood River, Or.
n w Twins and G. D. DeGoit, old
aemiflintanees and neighbors of Geo. F.
Coe and family back in Michigan, were
visitors in Hood River Monday. They
were taken out over the valley by I' red
rvn ivpm much interested in our
orchards and strawberry patches.
O. J. Gesslinsr furnished an article on
Hnotl River strawberries for the South
,.at T.M;eV0l at. Siirinefield, Mo.
about a month ago. Since then he has
been overwhelmed with inquiries about
Hood River from residents ot Missouri,
Arkansas and other Southwestern states,
n,, nf the hest farms in Hood River
valley, West Side, containing 94 acres;
-a1I imnrnved: nlentv of water; y
r;ia f,m t.m-r, Price 50 ter acre
a n. form 1 fin acres, three miles
from White Salmon landing, Wash
Well improved, and goes at a bargain
For sale by Geo. T. Prather.
i iv, r t. V.nveTR & Co. can
be found a more extensive variety of
goods than probably any other store in
town. ' Mr. Jleuariney is
hand to wait upon customers
ti, if vnu don't see what you
Alio 1 " J " .
NV;,. thn arlriress ta on your oi
i'uwvv . . - , , ,r
cier and if the date doesn't snow uu,
rnmft in and have us change it for you.
lot. 100 by 123, north oi
vw '. . - . 1
nr Shaw's, for sale cneap lor ca
with typhoid fever, is improving nicely.
R. B. Lindsay is building an addition
in his home in the shape of a kitchen
SL. Young is nursing a boil on his
the best teacher. Use Ack
er's English Remedy in any case of colds,
coughs or croup. Should it fail to give im
mediate relief money reiunaea. ou uu
50c. Williams & Jirosius.
A Family Reunion.
Mr. B. F. and J. II. Shoemaker are en
tertaining their brother, James A. Shoe
maker, and wife, of Santa Clara, Cali
fornia and their two sisters, Mrs. Kate
Curtis and Mrs. JNancy v,uru oi
Seattle, Wash. The combined ages pi
the five surviving members of the family
is 306 years. Some of them have not
met before in 46 years. All born in
Will county, Illinois. The visitors will
remain until after the Hood River fruit
fair and express themselves aeugnieu
with Hood River valley.
. . . i j
: t,rt,i.nortara tnr thft rent oraiiua
kww ffa ni-ia in all tines ox
low ss the lowest.
rm Thnmnson. the eood - natured
proprietor of the 6treet sprinkler,
asked, while it was raining
why he wasn't out with
V b TT.V" ( .
He said his partner was domg the wors.
T !.: u: .'loftinna at the end Ot
x ii. mttltilig Ilia - -
the week one of his patrons said he had
paid. "Guess not," said Thompson;
"yon didn't pay me. No, I paid your
partner; I gave it to the Lord that is,
to the church."
10 davs at the Emporium
. - -, r
a m TTndorwnod was in town iUOn-
dav and reported that ine sniaii-yuA
cases have all gotten well
nr. nA TMrs W. P. Watson went to
Pn tret Sound Wednesday, where tney
will visit lor some ume.
xtj ninti.a lft. last Saturday for
For further to resume his work in the Uni-
verBitv OI urwon.
eafa npanuta Bmce xney
fjvet yuwj vv r -
can get them fresh roasted at the Golden
Rule Bazaar. "
.Tack Frost made his first appearance
" - . .
in Hood River on the morning ui av,
Tj . rnr;,iiro rptnrned from nis
t-ir. to the Williamette valley, Tuesday.
The October magazines just received
ot Rradlev's Book and Stationery store.
Charlie Temple found a horse mannei
which the owner will find at las store.
Best place to buy all kinds ot meaw is
at the H. R. M. & V. U. marsei.
t o Smith came UP from ASlorw
XJVUiaii . .
on Tm-sdav on a business tnp.
r't noaoi. to pack your choicest
apples in boxes for the lair.
Fred Snow of Portland was
Tj;,-r Snndav and Monday.
A new lot of those popular trout flies
t no. F. Coe & Son's
Mrs J. H. Frederick has been quite
in fm tiip nasi week.
ill w. .. i - ,
tk W R. M. A P. Co. rune a free de
livery at all hours.
Wm. Rogers has
graph gallery. '
For bacon, hams, and lard
r...... .wte' shirts and collars at
Dr. Riggs of Mt, Hood was in town
Monday. , u
R.hnr.1 supplies at Bradley's Book
Fancy baskets at Coe's
Umbrellas at Coe's.
rented the photo-
eo to the
Shows the state of your feelings and the
state of your health as well. Impure
blood makes itself apparent in a pale
and fm How complexion. Pimples and
Skin Eruptions. If you are feeling
weak and worn out, and do not have a
appearance, you should try
Riond F.lixir. It cures all blood
H. F. Davidson, who has been laid up disease!, where cheap sarsaparillas and
ea punners mn , Kiiuwuig w"i
erv bottle on a positive guarantee.
llliams & Brosius.
At. Nikolai's mill. Sent. 23. 1900, to
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. West, a son.
In Hood River, Sept. 25, 1900, Mark
A. Cameron and Miss Belle Day ; Rev
J. W. Jenkins officiating.
The bride has been a resident of Cas
cade Locks. The groom is a well known
of Hood River, engaged in
farming. The Glacier extends congrav
In Hood River valley, Sept. 25, 1900,
rw ftpne.va. infant child of Mr. ano
Mrs. Chas. H. Castner, aged one month
and two days.
Timber Land, Act Jun 3, 1878.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
tt a i.oni nfflM. The Dalles. Oreicon. Bept.
21 1000. -Notice is Hereby given wihuii cum-
Eoworth League at 6:30 sharp. Topic, pnce Wnh the provisions of the act of con
L Luke. 14-15 : 24. ereas of June 8, 1878. ent tied "An ct for the
Elder J. W. Jenkins did not go to
Wasco this week as expected and wm
fill his pulpit at the Valley Christian
Church Sundav morning and evening.
Rev. H. C. Sliafer, the new pastor for
the U. B. church, will arrive with his
wife today or tomorrow from Portland.
He will fill the pulpit at the church next
Sundav. Mr. Shafer is from an Eastern
state, but has been attending Philomath
college since last ian.
Congregational Churcn services wm
be conducted by the pastor at 11 a. m.
and at 7 :45 p. m. At the morning serv
ice the pastor win spean uu uk
. i 1 i.rtl1 Hillsnoro.
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 full and complete stock of FURNITURE, including new
and elegant designs in Floor Matting. We Him to keep in stock tho
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
Patronize home industry and buy Boyed's Bricks ol us.
A carload of lumber and shingles just unloaded.
W. P. Fuller's prepared Taints are unequaled. We carry a full
We appreciate the patronage given us by the people of Hood
River and vicinity and hope to continue to merit it.
UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY.
In the estimation f
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 Faint Buildings with. It
is the best and most durable
House Faint made.
Chas. N. Clarke, Agt., at the Glacier Pharmacy.
On to him for pur. frch Drugs. Fatent Medicines and Wall 1'aper. rrwcrlptlons and
11:42 p. m
Fr'm HOOD KI VEK
Salt Lake. Denver.
Kaunas City, Bt
ana tne i'.aiit.
Walla Walla, Bpo-
Bt Paul, Duluth,
cago and East.
Bnlt 1-ake, Denver,
KansaH City, tn
and the fcoHU
For Han KrunciKCo
bull every oaay.
2.C6 p. in.
Sale of timber fande In the States of California,
Oregon, revaua uuu nww"Rwu rf,
MATTIB C. BONKEY
Of Hood River, county of Wasw, stat of Ore
eon, has this day filed In this ortlce her uworn
Statement No. MS, for the puronase 01 ine
northwest southwest , and southwest
northwest S f section No. 6 in townshipMo.!i
Sorth, range No. 9 east. W. M., and will offer
proof to show that the land soiiKht is more
valuable for Its timber pr stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish her claim
to said land before the Register and Receiver
of thlsoflice at The Dalles, Oregon, on fetttur-
a L. U K -tn it rf tuuiX 1 1 I Witt.
t . 1. .. , .ti ua wiir.MU.miT .1 , in. 1,11
T?A.rt mv nd Clvde Bonnoy of Hood
A. A, UUllucj vi Ae,u
Subject at evening fervice, "Has God
,i. " fi- HerHhner and
epoKen w man i .
Mrs. Armor will Bing at the evening
the selection entitled, V tusper-
' C. E. flervice at 7 p. m.
led by the president, Mrs. Armor.
The first quarterly conierence oi u.c
Ttplmont charge well be held at Belmont
Chapel next Saturday 2:30 p. m. ana
Dreacning services ouuuh ""(
E. church service. Sunday-school
preaching loiiowea uy tiaro
11 1 . m Enworth League
praver meeting, 6:45 p. m. ; general ser
viced of League, 7:15 p. m. ; Ping 8
p. m.; regular prayer meeting Thurs
day evening at 8 p. ni. F. A. fepalding,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to nie
their claims in t his office on or peiore
8l' DCem JAYK LUCAS, Resistor.
Dalles, Portland & As
toria Navigation Co.
M. A. COOK,
Hood River. Or.
Estimates furnished. Plans drawn.
10 a. m
Horse for Sale.
A good work horse.
F. H. MILLER,
Alarm Clocks. -
Aflne line of Alarm OyrgH
PaDBr Hanaiis aufl Wall Tiatiag
Graining, Natural Finishing, etc.
Esthutes Gbatib. E. U. PICKABD.
Timber Land, Act Jane S, W78.1
KOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
United States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore-
e.,n, ... . ,v ,h. nroiilhs of
... r...,,ri. r Jnn, . W7S. entitled
"Anactfor ti.S sale of timber lands In the
ti,,M t Pttlifornla. Oretjon. nevaua anu
... , , . Taniir ' ntt extended to
the public land states by act of August 4, IBM,
OEORGE A. PH1RMAN,
nr Th Dalles connty of Wasco, state of Ore
"fj?" Sa in this office his sworn
Statement No. 1S, for the purchase of the
to U snd 12 and sonth half of southeast
.t- ..u. m In tnwnshlD No. 1
2rmngeNo. east, W. M., and wfll offer
prof to show that the land wugl.t I. more
I,. ,imi,rr,rum than for aif-
rlcu Itural purp.es, and to establish his claim
..m i.nrt lJ-r.,re the Reeistor and Receiver
rrn.i.r.tfiMatTbe Italics. Oregon, on Hatur-
aB:'"cr'".r.'., W III am Rand.L.K,
Morse and C. L. Morse, all of Hood Ulver.Or
" , .Vi h Phir,nnof The Itlle.Oiv(ron.
. ' a imII luminni puiimint adverMiV the
bove-dcrlbed lands are requests to nm
.,,-1, inim In this office on or oeiore saiu
Wth day of November, 1W0.
illnSf JAY P. LUCAS, EejUter,
To Astoria and way
Ormron Cltv. NeW'
Oregon City .Dayton
ana way wnuiiigs.
Portland to Corval
lis it way lanaings.
anu r ri.
ana r ri.
Rlnarla to Iewiston
w II. T1III1I.IUII11
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or
J. Bagliy, Agent, Hood Hiver.
Family Recipes a specialty.
U. S. Commsaloner.
GEO. X. PRATHER,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
1 lots and blocks for sale In different parU of the town of Hood River.
AISSiCStitoSrtoU lu Blowe.V Addition, the most beautiful build-
lDg iinMnMs 'sucTas' paying taxes for non-rcsldents, or anything perUlnlns to th
years. Correiondence solicited. 'I"M
GEO. P. CROWEIX,
Successor to E. L. Smith-Oldest Established Hous In the valley .J
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Flour and Feed, etc.
This old-establluhed house will continue to pay cash for all iU
goods ; it pays no rent; it employs a clerk but does not have to divide
with a partner all dividends are made with customers in the way of
Daily (except Sunday) between
The Dalles, Hood Kiver, Cascade locks,
Vancouver and Portland.
Touching at way polnU on both sides of the
f'iinmhln. kiver. -
Both of the above steamers nave oeen ro
hnllt and are in excellent shape foi the sea
son of 11)00. The IK-gulator line will endeavor
A. S. Blowers & Son
Are still in the procession and prepared to supply your wants
In Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Flour, Feed, etc.
Just arrived, a carload of Walla Walla Flour bought before
. the advance In prices. Will meet all competition.
In Shoes we have a great deal of competition in pbices but
none in quality. The Miller Shoe is the best wearer on earth.
... Im nutrnn, IhA IHSt service DOSHlDie.
For comfort, economy and pleasure, travel
Kv the atPHtnKrs of the Regulator Line.
iw.il... cltv lHives The Ilalles at 7 a. ta..
Tuesday. Thursfiay and Haturdav.
KguiaU)r leaves at 7 a. tn. Monday, Wed
nesday and Krlday. TV-.,,
Leave Portliind 7 a. m.; arrive at The Dalles
6 p. in. Arrive at Portland 4:H0 p. m,
Portland office. Oak st. lock. TI
office, Court street.
W. C. ALLAWAY,
Ind Office at The Dalles, Oregon. Bept. 10,
us v.,ifi i. tirMv irlvflo that the follow
hua filed notiraof his Inten
tion to make final proor in support oi nis
claim, and that said proof will be inade before
Hood River, Ortaou, on Friday, October U,
Of Mosier. Oregon, H. E. No. 6129, for the
southwest Yt si-rtln 13, township nonu
He names the following witnesses to prove
hts continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, vli: a.-.w .r.A
M. Duty, Geo. HuBk-y, Charlie SUrlt and
Klllah Haskey, all ot Most". Oregon
JAY P. LUCAS. RejUter.
And all kinds of supplies for
Printing papers, card mounts, developers and toning solutions.
Prices range from 5 to 20 for Kodaks.
WILLIAMS & BROSIUS.
LEAVE ORDERS FOR
With F. E. JACKSON. He and the DAVExi
PORT BROS, have over One Million
feet of good Dry Lumber
at Haynes' Spur.