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. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1900.
. CBIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Dr.. Brosius' iiorso for sale, $75.
Second hand, bikes at John Ilullt's.
Harness and bikes repaired by J.IInllt.
List your real estate with E.E. Savage
Wanted, 10-inch oak wood, by C. D.
Go to C, L. Rogers & Co. for ladies
fine neck wear.
For Sale. C. Welds' place, one mile
east of town.
Lots in Snangler's subdivision, only
$75 at the Emporium.
Pee those Brownie lunch baskets at
SlicrriU's furniture store.
For Rent. The Frank Caddy place,
near Frankton school house.
C. I Rogers & Co. havo a nice line of
boys' and girl's hats and caps.
After Nov. 1st, lots in the Barrett
Sipma addition will be held at $00.
For next ten days, lots in Waucoma
Park Addition from $50 to $100 cash at
Roller skating at the armory Tuesday.
Thnrsday and Saturday evenings aiid
n l T. 1 i - ' tii ...
foreaie. rour ioih in Diowers audi
tion, the choice of that suburb.
E. E. Savage
A nuniDer oi women ana girls are
wanted at the JJavuIson fruit cannery
Comfortable room, with fire, to work iii
E. E. Savage, notary public, convev
sneer, deeds, leases, all kinds of legal
rai r t .
papers urawn. viuce, unr ranee nouse
For sprains, swelling and lameness
there is nothing so good as Chamber-
Iain s Fain Balm. Try it. For sale bv
Williams & Brosius.
For Sale 5 acres, mile and a quarter
toutli west ot town ; good large house
young orchard, fine location. Inquire
oi ueo. i . rramer.
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Appie coxes. isavenport uros. are
running their box factory night and day
Send in your orders for boxes; white
pine lumber. All orders promptly failed,
Here is a Bargain A four room dwel
ling.in good repair; lot 50x100; centrally
located ; three blocks from depot ; in town
oi iioou niver, ur. rriee, spot cash
$500. Call on Geo. T. Prather for furth
Hero is the best bargain in the town
of Itood River, Oregon ; one of the best
business corners in town; 3 lots; good
buildings, title perfect; must be sold in
the next 30 days. Price down to the
bottom. Citll on the right person, Geo.
Public Speaking. Hon. Dell Stuart
of Portland, and Earl C. Sanders of The
Ualles, will, on the 31st of October, 1900,.
aizo ciocic p. m., address the citizens
of Hood River on the political issues of
tne day. All are invited so attend.
Sale of Jersey Cows. Bovd N. Sproat
will offer for sale in Hood River, Satur
day, jnov. lUtn, his herd of Jersey cows.
This is a very fine iierd, and they will
oe soia separately at auction tor cash or
bankable paper. Salebeginsat 1 o'clock.
Dr. F. C. Brosius has removed to his
new residence at the west end of Oak
street, midway between the school house
anu armory, and can foe found in his of
fice over Williams & Brosius' drug store
between the hours of 10-11 a. in., 2-3
and li-7 p. m.
Now is your chance to get a bargain in
a gKa nome, yx mile from v. O. ; 2 acre
good house; fine well of water; place
1 . n i . i r . ...
I ncii improve! ; an Kinus ot irnit; will
J rail or rent by the year to right person.
fun i iuicii w scu wie rigut. person,
wo. l. l-ratner.
When you cannot sleep for coughing,
h is naruiy necessary that any one
should tell you that you need a few doses
ofClmmberlain'sCough Remedy toallav
the irritation of the throat and make
deep possible. It is good. Try it. For
sale by Williams & Brosius.
Read This One of the best and earl
iest fruit farms, within two miles of
town, for sale. 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
Say, can you tell me where to get a
township plat? Yes; Geo. T. Prather's
got e'm ; also, blank deeds, mortgages
and any kind of blank you want ; up to
date, too; no old stock to sell off; most
all his blanks are printed at home, and
hia township plats are the best I have
One of the best farms in Hood River
valley, West Side, containing 94 acres:
Swell improved; plenty of water;
J miles from town. Price $50 per acre.
I A fine farm, 100 acres, three miles
jfrom White Salmon landing, Wash,
j Well improved, and goes at a bargain.
I For sale by Geo. T. Prather.
For Sale A fine stock and fruit farm,
J containing 240 acres, 8 miles from town.
I Will sell all in one body, or I will divide
j it up into 80-acre tracts. - Small orchard,
j house, barn, and nearly all under fence ;
1 80 acres in cultivation; plenty of good
j water, 3 large springs. -Call on or ad
j dress Geo. T. Prather Hood River, Or.
I At the top of a flight of stairs now be
j ing built at the head of avenue by school
I house lies the beautiful Waucoma Park
addition to Hood River. Every lot has
a hue view. For next ten days lots can
be purchased in this addition for from
foOto $100 cash. After ten days the
price will surely advance. For sale at
"For three days and nights I suffered
!?ony untold from an attack of cholera
morbus brought on by eating cucum
bers," says M.E.Lowther.clerk of the dis
tnctcourt,Centerville,Iowa. "I thought I
should surely die, and tried a dozen dif
ferent medicinesjbut all to no purpose. I
ent for a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three
doses relieved me entirely." This remedy
wfor sale by Williams & Brosius.
Xow.you have been asking for a cheap
P-aceand want good land, with some
improvements. Well, who's got it?
hy, Prather. Well, what is it Why,
contains 139 acres, 8 miles from town ;
M cres in cultivation, 400 fine fruit trees.
pretty good house and barn, and 70
seres of as fine fruit or grass land as
iere is in the valley, that can be easily
wared and is almost level, and can lie
bought for $900. You had better go and
e Geo. T. Prather at once and buy the
P'ace; it is a bargain.
Mrs.E. W. Udell is on the sick list
Bert Lane of LaGrande ia visiting his
Parents at Frankton.
Rev. Engle of Portland is visiting
Kev- and Mrs. H. C. Shaffer.
E. D. Calkins left at this office a huge
"rrot weighing over four pounds.
fm mJ? and Frank Parker returned
Sherman county last Saturday.
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I . pi iirus. receiveu iwo ranuaug
lUnXpi?.e ,uniber trom tl,e Oregon
itnfi ' nnd commenced inanufac-
urng apple boxes the first of the week,
i CT ne'l place, in charee of G. R.
J taSt Sons' wiil Lave 1'200 1,03:68 of
! 1 !fl?ble winter apples. Thev were
J ee hered be0"5 the rains of last
m. -r i i- . .
ine uaviuson truit Co. are making
their largo .warehouse frost proof, in
cluding two stories and the basement
and will be prepared to store 10,000
boxes of apples for the winter. A in,.,,.
amount of this space has already been
engaged, and thote who make the first
'iuruMun w in oo nrst served. Apples
stored in this building will be preserved
from frost and will not be in danger of
UUi n,c Hiuisiure and neat
from the ground, which is so prevalent
iii uuimi a.
H. C. Hengst has 100 boxes of apples
."uiiB oreimru oi i,uw trees,
which are bearing this year for the first
time. He kent the NtirnV IMimn nm'iw.
- M. I liUIlJU
and ns a result has less than 5 per cent
of wormy apples. Mr. Hengst, who is
a. ..,ri-urm uruimruisi, savs lie has bet
ter success buddins th
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graiiiiig. a hummer Swaar that he
budded three years ago bore four boxes
ui uppiuB mis year.
W. P. Watson is home nanin ami ll.a
iiuirfcec is wen sum led n th iPl,nU
celery. Celery is a cure for nervousness
and rheumatism. Don't -nt ,.
of the bunch you buy at the grocery if
ru nn,D iiiuuiiuuitiin, out use the tops
for a stew with other vegetables, or
hiuh.13 a icaoi ui celery tops and tough
parts and drink the tea.
A. II. Miller and familv. lm mmo
overland from Milton recently, pulled
out Monday morning for The Dalles,
where he expects to winter. Mr. Miiw
came here with the intention of going
into the poultry business but found no
suuauie place, lie may return in the
G. p. Eatinger is in charge of the
Butts place, two miles southwest of
town, having taken charge August 1st.
This is one of the largest and best straw
berry plantations in Hood River. Mr.
Butts will have ten acres more grubbed
this winter for strawberries, and Mr.
Eatinger will grub five of it.
The Glacier's advertising rates areal-l
ways reasonable. A small want ad of
six lines, (half inch) in the advertising
columns, costs kit 25 cents for '4
weeks. One inch or more, 50 cents per
month. In local columns, 6 cents a line
s now no if n.N.. n i
bi'vuk in iiood River tiv
morrow.will not make railroad connect
at o tlock. The governor will speak a
iM.mo?.t0W,The rtat0 committee
Rivpr nnl 1,eC0UU1 C0'nfe tO HoOd
Rim on the evening train arriving here
. 8 :2o, and asked that the meeting be
held here in t ho vm,;.. t. i; V
speakers cannot draw a crowd in loo.
n n'V',r,t' esl,eciflll.v after such
an unseemly hour ns 8:25. Somebody
vl,,. MeJ' and ri,PWiuis general"
' lay the blame to the state committee.
A delightful birthday surprise partv
was given Mrs. Spangler at her home oil
U-dnesday last. About twenty, ladies
of the East and West Side took possess
ion of the house while she was off at a
neighbor s for n. mnmin,, ,.,,n i .
d es presented her with a handsome set
of dishes. The delu-M .l
with .1... :
wt iiiiivil PHU Il'tTlVCll T Klin H'au .i.
gratifying to the ladies ns was the sur'
prise to her. The day will be long re
iniiiiuereu uy an present.
New comers in our vallov o.i.l
men who have become of age since the
June elecRons, in order to vote for pres-
lueiii xov. otn should lose no time in
jsonig Deiore a notary public and hav
ing blank certificates filled out, with the
"wuimwui oi . iieenoKierfl won nn
vouch lortneir qualifications as electors
Geo. T. Prather, notary public, is pre
pareu witii tne neassarv blanks.
t Tl i .
a. r. iiersnner of t'nri-n a
Monday and Tnesd.iv i
the guest of his brother, Rev. J. I,.
Hershner. Mr. Hershner recently sold
his business in Corvallis and is now
making a tour of Ivistem Drmm
the view of hnding a new location for
1 Ugh of fshermnn eonnt.v
bought of his father the place recentlv
vacated by his cousin, who moved back
to iseoraska. JUr. l'ugh moved down
from bherman county two weeks ago
His sons are running the ranch at Wasco
G. W. Kimball, who lately arrived
here with his family from British Co
lumbia, is camped at the boat landing
miu is looKing ior a niece oi land to pur
chase. Mr. Kimball is a veteran of the
civil war, having served in the 22d Iowa
a. b. iJiinngs oi mt. iiood was in
town Tuesday. Mr. Billines served
during the civil war in the 4th Ohio in-
lantry. lie was in the grand parade at
Washington Uity and remembers well
seeing Major Mckinley in that parade.
judge nenry, it should be remem
bered, is a candidate for presicl. :.tial
elector on tne mwuieot the ror.-i peo
ple's party ticket. The judge Va:nis
there will be at least two votes cast in
Hood River for his ticket.
Any church, lodge or society desiring
to give entertainments for benevolent
purposes may have the use of the ar
mory free of charge, on any day
wnen it is not in use, Dy applying to -Mr.
Booth, the nianager, -
The Glacier iob office has been pur
chased by E. R. Bradley, who has add
ed new material and will continue to do
the job printing for Hood River and vi
cinity at his book nnd stationery store.
The meeting of the local teachers asso
ciation of Hood River, which waoto have
been held tomorrow at 2 o'clock, is post
poned forbne week on account of the gov
ernor s address being 6et for that hour.
A flock of about forty California quails
passed leisurely through Hood River
one day last week. They are supposed
to be the increase from thequails turned
out by the Rod and Gun club two or
three years ago. -
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Watson returned
last Thursday from a protracted visit
with their son Matt and his family at
New Whatcom, Wash. They had a very
pleasant visit and came home in the
best of health. ;.,
A quiet wedding took place at the
residence of R. O. Evans in Stevenson
Wednesday morning, the contracting
parties being Daniel F. Lamar and Har
riet Ellison of Hood River. Pioneer.
From Sept. 10, 1899, to Oct. 20, 1900,
the Hood River post office issued 5,1S8
money orders, i'ostmaster lates lias
issued more money orders than all his
The ladies' aid society of the M. E.
church will meet Friday afternoon, at 2
'clock, with Mrs. Urowell. As there is
sewing to be done, a good attendance is
Arrangements are being made by the
ladies of the M. E. church to serve meals
on election dav in the booth at the cor
ner of Oak and Third streets.
Messrs. H. O. Everhart and Elmer
Rand did the right thing in- laying that
plank walk between their stores. Pedes
trians will appreciate it. .
Hon. A- A. Jayne has moved his law
office from The ' Dalles to Hood River
and occupies the two front rooms of the
old post office building.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Taylor wfll move
to The Dalles for the winter. C. Had
ley and family will occupy their house
on Adams hill.
Judge Prather has been on the sick
list since his return from Astoria. He
was threatened with pneumonia but is
Take a look at E. R. Bradley's new ad
in this issue and see if you do hot con
clude it presents a straight business
Cox & Langille have about finished
two dwelling houses for Sproat Bros., on
the place bought of Peter Kopke, on the
Mrs. H. Clay Eversole of Seattle is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Coleman. ;
Mrs. Eversole is a sister to Mr. Coleman.
Francis' Pugh of Sherman county,
grandson of H. Pugh of Hood River,was
married last week to a Miss Thomas.
The town was full of people last Sat
urday and merchants report trade good.
Many strangers were on the streets.
High winds last Friday night knocked
off a great many apples in orchards
where they had not been gathered.
An onion weighing 2 pounds and 5
ounces, brought by Mr. Sherrill from
Woodville, can be seen at his store.
Mrs. Eliza Billen of Viento was in
Hood River last Thursday visiting
old friends and shopping.
A fine painting of a scene in the Yo
semite, bv Mrs. W. E. Sherrill, is at
Sherrill's "furniture store.
E. R. Bradley, the job printer, was
laid off a couple of days during the week
with a severe cold.
Judge Kent went to Portland Tues
day. He will be home again on Friday.
Prof. II. L. Howe is in Portland tak
ing the examination for the civil Benice.
Capt P. S. Davidson is in Wisconsin.
He is expected to return in two weeks. J
H. C. Bateham's big black cow lost
her cud and died last Monday. j
Miss Virginia Mardenof The Dalles is,
the guest of Miss Anue Smith.
The first regular nieetinnp nf ih tti,i
River" Sunshine club will he.
remuenceoi Jcslie Jiut or nnKinnl
afternoon at 2 :30. All ladies desiring to
become members are requested to pre
sent or send in their names at this
airs. Kose McCoy went to Portland
Wednesday. After visiting in Portland
for a month or so she will go to
Michigan, and does not expect to return
to Hood River till after the Buffalo ex
position, next May. Her present ad
dress is 10u2 l-.ast Morrison St. Portland
Monday last broke the record as a busy
uf u, iwuix Skiver Biauon. mere were
snipped trom here on that day 8 car
loads of wood. 3 of ariDles. 1 of niprplinn.
dise, 1 of posts, making a total of 13 cars
oi iioou lciver products. ,
M. Ostegardt lost a valuable horse
last week. The horse ran into a barbed
,wire fence and was so badly hurt that it
had to be killed. This is the second
horse Mr. Ostegardt has lost in the same
Dr. and Mrs. Chas. II. E. Collett of
Los Angeles, Cal., will favor the U. B.
congregation, Sunday inornine. with
special music. In the evening Mrs
Erwin and Mrs. Cook will sing a duet.
Mrs. J. E. Lamborn of Sissons. Cal..
arrived here Tuesday. She is the eld
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Tav
lor and took the parents completely by
The Davenport'Bros. Lumder Co. con
template moving thier little mill to a
new location about the 15th of Novem
The east-bound train passing Hood
River at 11 !42 p.m. is now the mail train,
instead of the 8:25 train, as heretofore.
Mrs. J. L. Gordon' and her two bovs
started Mondayfor Dufur to .attend the
wedding of her daughter of that place.
Jasper Wickham gathered over one
hundred boxes of apples from 97 Ben
Davis trees he planted in 1895.
Rev. F. E. Dell, pastor of the Con
gregational church of Astoria, spent last
Thursday in Hood River.
Mrs. Mary L, Harbison left on Tues
day for California, where she will spend
tho winter with her son.
M. P. Isenberg "is -campaigning in
Klickitat and Yakima counties, Wash.
Mrs. B. F. Belieu is sick with conges
tion of the lungs.
Reception at the U. it. I'nrsonagre.
On Thursday evening of last week
the friends aud neighbors gathered at
the parsonage to welcome Rev, and Mrs.
II. C. Shaffer, the new pastor and his
wife, to their new charge at this place.
Gaines and literary and musical program
claimed the attention of those assembled
and a very pleasant evening was spent.
Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer were equal to the
emergency, lhey were remembered in a
substantial way. The larder was not
empty when they assembled, but it was
fuller when they came away. Everyone
made them feel welcome to their new
home. Rev Shaffer comes to Hood Riv
er from Philomath, where he has been
college pastor for two years. As such
he not only looked after the interests of
the local congregation, but had the care
of the 125 students in attendance. At
the June conference last spring, feeling
physically unable to take a work,
he refused to return to Philomath or ac
cept another charge. The delegate from
this church was instructed to worK lor
his appointment to this place, w'hich he
declined accepting, but after several
months of rest and change of work he
finally accepted the pastorate at Hood
River. Mr. Shnffer was formerly of
Columbia City, Ind. The Daily Evening
Post had this to 6ay when he resigned
to come West:
"Rev. H. C. Shaffer, the able young
minister who for the past two years has
had charge of the U. B. church at Col
umbia City, has decided to go West. He
will locate in Oregon. Rev. Shaffer has
met with splendid success in this field,
and his people and the public in general
will regret his removal. During the
past two years the membership of his
charge has increased about 125 and the
losses about 30, leaving a net gain of 95.
He raised about $1000 for church repairs
and was also the prime mover in start
ing the parsonage movement which has
resulted in securing alwut $2500 in sub
scriptions. Rev. Shaffer is a young man
of promise and the well wishes of his
friends will follow him to his new home
in the far West"
The Conference Advance, the official
organ of the Indiana conference to which
Mr. Shaffer belonged, said:
"Columbia City charge has had the
mitfortune that has befallen other folds
this vear, that of losing a very successful
and aggressive pastor in the resignation
of Rev. H. C. Shaffer to accept the ap
pointment of pastor of our church at
Philomath, Oregon. This is a great loss,
not only to Columbia City, but as well to
Saint Joseph conference. Mr. Shaffer is
a rising young man and has had excep
tional success in his short ministry
among us. He is possessed of an excel
lent judgment, a warm heart, and is a
preacher of good-ability, besides being a
tine pastor. Columbia City took on new
life from the first day of his pastorate."
We welcome Mr. Shaffer to our town
and hope his service here may be crown
ed with success.
Domestic science affords an opening
for bright and clever girls. Household
economics are yet in their infancy. By
the time that my friends are fifteen anil
sixteen years old have reached the
twenties there will be chances here for
young woman with quick brains and
deft hands. Margaret E. Sangster in
November Lc'liea' Home Journal.
Department is now complete In all the latest and most correct styles
in Caps, Street Hats and Trimmed Hats, and prices are as low as any
one anywhere would think of accepting. Especially in trimmed hats,
prices are decidedly lower than the city establishments. Caps and
street hats, 35c to $3.
Labor-saving devices are prominent features of the present age
desirable, too, even at extra expense, but especially so when it COSTS
YOU NOTHING, as in our ready-to-wear LADIES' SKIRTS, which
cost no more than the material. We have them in crepon, ladies'
cloth, worsteds, etc. ; black, gray and other colors, and prices as low
as they can be.
Our RUBBERS are as good as the best in quality and have an im
proved, reinforced back which is superioi to all others, We also fit
each to insure best service. Trices samo as all first quality goods.
Our Royal Tailoring samples always open for inspection. If yon
want something good nnd up to the minute hi style, this is your line.
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
One of the pleasantest parties of the
season was given Tuesday night by Mrs.
F. C. Brosius in honor of her brother,
G. E. Williams, it being his thirtieth
oinnuay. ine new and spacious res
idence was well failed with irnests. who
enjoyed themselves with music and
games till a late hour. One of the most
entertaining incidents of the evening
was a soio oy nttie tiorence lirosius, ac
companied on the piano by her mother.
airs. r. 6. uavidson, sr., and U. K.
Williams were tho champions at games,
ior which Mrs. Davidson received a
beautiful souvenir spoon. "Mt. Hood."
for a prize, and Mr. Williams a pi c':age
of writing material. At 10:30 o'clock a
dainty lunch, with coffee, was served.
Those present were Dr. and Mrs. F. C.
Hrosius, Mr and Mrs G E Williams,
Mr and Mrs F B Barnes. Mr and Mrs
C R Bone, Mr and Mrs N W Bone, Mr
and Mrs Iranian liutler, Mr and Mrs
A J urahani, IWr and Mrs It It Erwin.
Mr and Mrs C D Thompson. Mr and
Mrs P S Davidson, jr, Mr nnd Mrs S F
uiythe, Mrs t'anlield, Mrs P 8 David
son, sr, flliss Agnes Smith. Miss Clara
Illytlie, Miss Florence Brosius. A P
Batuham, Ralph Savage, Estee Brosius.
An Example for Boys.
It would be a good object lesson ' for
boys who would be of some use in the
world to walk up to Paradise farm, only
one half mile from the depot, and see
what a boy only 15 years age has done.
They will see a churn running by ma
chinery, also a grindstone, a straw cut
ter, and a mill for making corn meal,
graham flour and chop. This machinery
is all run by the spring on the farm.
Percy Adams has done all the work
himself, and says the next thing he will
rig up will be a saw to saw all his moth
er's stove wood. He works at his ma
chinery at odd spells when out of school.
llis lather oays he is often asked :" What
are you going to make out of Percy?"
1 he reply is, just what he was born for.
He must first be thoroughly educated.
Then turn him loose and watch him.
He will just as naturally dive into a ma
chine Bhop as a duck will seek water, or
a bee make a straight line for his hive
when loaded with honey. He has no
taste for Blackstone, hates the smell of
pill-bags and seems to have been born
with little respect for sacerdotal robes.
As to farming for a living well, he
would rather buy his potatoes' than to
raise them. Con.
, Your Face
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 havo 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 a positive guarantee.
imams s ijrosius.
M. E. Church Service. Sunday-school
10 a.m.; preaching followed by class
service, 11 a. m. ; Epworth League
0:30 p. m.; preaching at 7:30 p. m.;
regular prayer meeting Thursday even
ing at 8 p. iii. F. R. Spaulding, pastor.
Evangelist L. F. Stephens and wife
will arrive in the valley the last of the
week and will begin a meeting in the
Valley Christian church on Sunday.
Kev. Stephens is an eloquent and in
structive speaker. Mrs. Stephens is a
proficient musician and chorister and
will sing a sacred solo each evening.
The meetings will begin at 7 o'clock
and will consist of a song and devotional
service, followed by the sermon. A
cordial invitation is extended to all to
attend these services. J. W. Jenkins,
U. B. Church. Quarterly confer
ence business session Saturday evening
at 8 o'clock. Sabbath school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 by Elder C. C. Bell, after
which the quarterly communion service
will be held. Y.P.S.C.E.at7. Preach
ing at 7 :30 Special music both morning
and evening. Bible studies every Wed
nesday evening at 7:30. An urgent m-
itation is extended to -all to worship
with us. H. C. Shaffer, pastor.
Congregational Church. Divine ser-
ice will be conducted naxt Sunday at
11 a. m. and 7 :45 p. m. At the morning
service the pastor will speak on the
subject: "True Imitation of Christ."
Evening: "The Uibleand Other nooks,"
At the evening service Mrs. Armor and
Mr. Hershner will sing a selection en
titled: "Watchman, what of the night."
C. E. service at 7 p. m.
Experience is t he test teacher. Use Ack
er's English Remedy in any case of colds,
coughs or croup. Should it fail to give im
mediate relief money refunded, zoc and
50c. Williams & Brosius.
County Commissioners Evans and
Harriman left Monday for the southern
and southeastern parts of the county to
make a personal examination oi the
roads and determine what is needed to
put them in good condition. Chronicle.
Moki Tea positively cures sick head
ache, indigestion and constipation. A
lightlul herb drink. .Removes all
eruptions of the skin, producing a per
fect complexion, or money refunded.
25c. and 50c. Williams & Brosius.
Graining, Natural Finishing, etc.
Estimates Gratis. E. II. PICKARD.
U I iL 1
Salt I.nko, Denver,
Knnmia City, Bt
aud the Kant.
Walla Walla, Spo-
kane.Mlnnea polls rortlnnd
11:42 p. m.
2:05 p. m.
St I'mil, Dululli,
cago an J EuHt.
Suit l-ake, Denver,
Kansas City, Ht.
anu me cast.
For Man Frunciseo
Bull every fiduys,
To Astoria and way
Oregon City, New-!
berK.Bnlem 4 way
uud way landing.
Portland to Corval
lis & way landings.
6:50 a. in.
5::lTia.ni. Hnakb Rivkr. Ba.iii.
dally. Rlpai-la to liwlHton dullyj
"V. H. HUf.iriitntT,
Gen'l Ptihs. A .ent. 1'oi-tlund, Or
J. Raoi.ry, A .vent, Hood Ulver.
Dalles, Portland & As
toria Navigation Co.
Dally (except Sunday) between
The Dalles, Hood Kiver, Cascade Locks,
Vancouver and Portland.
Touching a! way points on both sldc.i of the
uoiuinoia Kiver. ;
Roth of the above steamers have been re
built and are In excellent sliape foi the sea
son of M00. The Regulator lino will endeavor
to give Its patrons tho best nervine possible.
For comfort, economy and pleasure, travi
by the steamers or the Kegulalor Line.
Dul es Cltv leaves The Dal es at 7 a. in..
Tuesday, Thursday und Haturday.
Regulator leaves ut 7 a. m. Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday.
Jieavo Portland 7 a. m.! arrive at Tho Dulles
5 p. in. Arrive at Portland 4:: u. in.
Portland otllce. Ouk st. Dock. The Dalles
olllce, Court street.
W. C. ALLAWAY, .
NOTICE FOlt PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Tho Dalles, Oregon, Sept. 20,
HKX1. Notice is hereby itlveu thai tho follow-
lug-named settler husfllod notice of his In
tention to make final proof In stioiHirt of his
claim, and thatsald proof will be made before
the Register und Receiver at The Dulles, Ore
gon, on Saturday, November 8, IH0O, vlu:
Of Mosler, Oregon, II. E. No. 4.10, for the
south southwest section 8, and north yt
northwests section 10, township 2 north,
range 11 east, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
James J. Iewis. L. J. Davcnnort. J. T. Dav-
enHrt and S. D. Fisher, all of Mosler.Oregon,
saw- J A i v. LUCAS, Register.
In the Circuit Court for the State of Oregon,
in the County of Wasco.
Cella E. Houston, pill'., I Suit for divorce.
vs. Summons bv tmbll-
John M. Houston, deft.) ration.
to jonn ni. Houston, tne aoove numea de
fendant: In the name or the Mate of Oregon,
you are hereby required to Hpjx-ar and answer
Die complaint filed auulnst you In the above
entitled suit and Court, on or before Monday
the mn any or ixovemocr, a. v., lm, tnui
being the first day of the November term of
suid Court, and the last day prescribed In the
order for publicat ion of suid summons, where
in it was oruereo, ttiat nam publication De
made once a week for six consecutive weeks.
snd for seven consecutive Insertions, In the
"Hood River Glacier", a newspaper of general
circulation, published weekly In the Town of
iioou Kiver, saiu county aim state; ana ir you
full to unpear and answer sidd complaint, for
want thereof, the plaintiff will take Judg
ment against you Ior a decree dissolving the
bonds of matrimony heretofore und now
existing between, the plaintiff and defendant
nereui, auu giving i piutiimi ine care, iron
trol and custody of the two minor children,
daughter and son of the purIe of this cult,
anil for general relief.
llie service or this summons 18 therefore
made upon you by publication thereof In the
said Hixid River Glacier, a newspaper of gen
eral circulation, published weekly In wild
Wasco County. State of Oreuon.bv order of suid
court, Hon. W. L. Urudshaw presiding, under
date the 27th day of September, 1UU0, for six
consecutive weeks and for seven consecutive
Insertions, the date of the nrst publication of
Which Is the 2Ht.h dny of September. A. I .. 1WJ0.
JOHN LLLA.Nl) HENDERSON.
2xn0 Attorney for Plaintiff.
(Timber Ijind, Act June 8,1878.'
NOTICE FOit PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, Sept. 24 1'JOO. Notice Is hereby given
mm in compliance wan tne provisions or tne
ait of congress of June it, W78, entitled "An act
for the sale of timber lands In the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
APGUSTt'S A. BONNEY,
Of Tygh Valley.eotmty of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, nas tins a ay u ii-n in tin omce nia
sworn statement No. l'JO'for the purchase
of the west 7 southeast and lot 7 and 12,
section 7, township 2 north, run re n mmI,
w. M.. ana win oner proof to show that
the land sought Is more valuable for it tim
ber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish his claim to said land
before the Register and Receiver of this office
at The l)alles, Oregon, on Haturday, the litti
day of December, 1W0.
He names as witnesses: Clyde T. Bonney,
Henry MeOiiIre, l. li. Hartley and Leslie
Cutler, all of Hood River, Oregon.
Any and all persona claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to flic
their claims In this office on or before said
l&tli day of Decemlier, 100.
"5d7 JAV P. LUC.VS, Register.
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.
Our prices will be found as low as ia eousiHtent with fair deal
ing and legitimate profit.
y Goods delivered free of charge,-jBl
Beautiful Photo.gravurc Mounts,
Notice Our Great Offer:
Wo will give you free your choice of one of these beautiful pictures
each time that you purchase, for cash, 1 1.50 worth -of or goods UM
you get them all.
No other store In our lino can offer them. Come and eee them.
H. O. EVERHART.
THE HOUSE FURNISHER,
Carries a full and complete stock of FURNITURE, including new
and elegant designs in Floor Matting. We aim to keep in stock tho
latest desijns in Red Room Suites.
Step in and look at our Hammocks, from 75c up.
In Builders' Supplies our stock is unequaled. Picture Frames a
Tatronize homo industry and buy Boyed's Bricks of us.
A carload of lumber and shingles just unloaded.
W, P. Fuller's prepared Paints arc unequaled. We -arry 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 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.
Chas. N. Clarke, Agt., at the Glacier Pharmacy.
Oo to him Tor pnren-psli Drugs, Puteut Medicine and Wall Tuner. Prescriptions and
Family lloclpesa specialty. . , . .........
U. S. Commssioner. Notary Public,
GEO. T. PRATHER,
ilsMer ai Conveyancer, Real Estate nil Insurance,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
I have lots nnd blocks for milo In dlfniront parts of the town of Hood nivor.
AIko, have the i-xrliiHlve milti of lots In UlowoiV Addition, the most bountiful build
ng locution In town.
Himlnoiw, Mich n paying tuxes for non-reiddonts, or anything pertaining to the
County Court, promptly utteiidwl to. Can furiihili towriHhlp pliilB to home-HPck
riisur tiiimu itHiKiiiK nil-iiiiiiin. iiuvu ot-eu u rumuuut ui iioou itivor vuiioy ior zi
yours. Correspondence xollclted,
GEO. P. CROWEIX,
Successor to B. U Smith Oldest UHtubllxhed House In the valley. J
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Flour and Feed, etc.
This old-estahlieheil house will continue to pity cash for all its
goods j 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 ot
Harness and Horse Goods,
Is in receipt of new goods every week.
HIDES and FUIIS bought and taken in trade.
BICYCLES FOR SALE,
Bicycles repaired and Bicycles for rent.
And all kinds of supplies for
MM nl Altera Pirate.
Printing papers, card mounts, developers and toning solutions.
Prices range from f5 to (20 for Kodaks.
WILLIAMS & BROSIUS.
LEAVE ORDERS TOR
With F. E. JACKSON. He and the DAVEN
PORT BROS, nave over One Million
feet of good Dry Lumber
at Haynes' Spur.