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3(cod iiver Slacier.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1901.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Uriah IIovp cigars.
Dr. Hronius' horse I'lTcalo, $75.
. WimiiI iriitters and sniintim nt Knvaifit'i
, - n i -n ' w.
Jsuihler s luudnaru, nulls at avago g.
Coes sell peanuts whether it rains or
Old papers 25c a hundred at the Gla
E. E. Ssvaxo, sole agent for Oliver
plows and extras.
For the hest lnpger shoe in town go
to Bone 4 McDonald. -
Fresh lot of vegetables Just received at
For Rent Small house, 3 a month.
Inquire at People's Store.
ItM k 1 1. X ' ll '
lien you mi n guuu hiiukc, uuy ino
"Uriah lleep" cigar. For tale by hII
If your watch should stop, Chas Ritr,
the jeweler,- iil charge you nothing for
.un accurate diagnosis.
Highest market price paid in cash for
chickens, hog nnd nil kinds of fat live
Utoek at Reciprocity Comer.
This is the Reason of the year to cut
'cord wood, f?rub trees and do your prim
mine. Get your cross-cut saws, mattocks,
axes, wedges, pruning shears and saws
I. E. Savage has been appointed agent
for Hood River and vicinity for the S.
I,. AileuVfc Co.'s Planet Jr. goods, and
will carry a fit it line of the:e celebrated
tools, and extra parts for the same.
For Hale 120 acres unimproved land,
rwell watered, irond soil; covered with
ood timber: 2 miles from town. This is
a bargain ', will be sold before March 30
Price f I ,S00 ; $1,000 cash, bal.eusy terms
Inquire of Oeo. T. Prather.
Dr. F. C.'BrosiiiH has" removed to his
new residence at the west enu ot Utile
,lree.t, midway between the school house)
and armorv, and can lie totinci in ms oi
rice over Williams & Brotdus' drug store
between the hours of 10-11 a. m.f 2-3
Aiid 6-7 p. m.
Bulk lard. 12'- cents a pound: ham
burg steak 12V cents a pound; pickled
work made at home IZS, cents: ttven
Columbia river salmon 10 and 12,'i ; hal
ibut 10 cents; smelt 3 pounds lor 25
.cents and fresh Eastern oysters 75 cents
. . r
A quart at iieciprocuy voriii-r.
School entertainment Feb. 22d.
Virgil Absten is quito sick with pnou
Little Curbv Ross is quite sick with
Bartniess is business. Read his nd.
it may be your business.
Letters remained in the post office
Feb. llth, for Joo McNeal and Hugl
M.V. Rand has been suffering with
the erin and was iu bed for a week, but
is getting better.
Prof Troy Mieiiev is leacmnz me mi.
'Hood school. He commenced a four
. Months term Feb. 1st.
W. D. Riclirds of Eight Mile was in
town last week, visiting the family of
v ! . i if t c:. ,...,
job mjii-iii-m", v.
Jos. A. Wilson returned to Hood Riv
er last Saturday, from West Virginia.
He is looking hale and hearty.
The Ladies Aid Society of thfc Congre
gational church will meet with Mrs. 0.
I). Thompson on Friday afternoon.
Ed. Williams, the carpenter, has been
'laid p fof a week or more w ith rheuma
, tism and a disease called shingles.
; E. II. Fickard is still confined to the
house and is bedfast most of the time.
Ir. Pick ard has had a serious time of
it for two months or more.
The Davidson Fruit Co's. box factory
b ill iiinke a short run next week and
lmB Imvinor mill work to do will please
send in their orders at once
V V.. llailev is home from Portland
Jor a few days. He has decided to offer
Vm home here for sale. It is one of the
heat imnroved small places in Hood
Miaa Kma Jones of Portland has
bought one acre of ground from D. G
Hill, and will build a neat dwelling or
the same at once. J. F. Armor has tht
.I. Innffillo. who went to San Fran-
' Cisco last December to visit hia son Lert,
returned home last week. He found
iwt flniiriwhim? in the biz city by the
VA onr f.tevpns. w ho is clerking in the
.office of the Portland board of lire under
writers, spent Sunday in Hood River.
He was accompanied by J.O.Thomas,
an attachee of the general passenger
scent's office of the O. K. & . .
Chas. Chandler returned Tuesday from
trio to the . Willamette valley. lie
tlio meetiiiB of the fruit growers
in Vortliind and then went to Browns
ville ti visit an old Texas neighbor.Wm
Preston. He found one ot JHr. rresion s
sons verv low with consumption
Mr GnmHrt of Wahnetoii, Minn, and
R. J. Vidiier of Fargo, N. D-, wholesale
fruit dealers, spent a couple of days last
week in the valley on invitation of the
rjrA lilver Fruit Growers'' Union.
They handled all Hood River strawber
ries they could get last year at f 2.00 per
rato and upwards t. o. o. uooo. juver
and they report the demand will D
much heavier this year,
m i r,ivpniiort has about complet
' ' ik.' uqI lnteml of the Vallev Im-
.n.,an-ar, rv'. flitch from I. Y. An
' ,ia' nl.u-A to Belmont church. ' Tartics
iim uinr on this lateral should
otn aniii'iition as soon as possible
This ditch when finished will hold 400
" inches of water and will cover 600 acre
,of land not reached by the main uucu
The cymnasium and reading room s
impossible to raise enough money to buy
a lot and erect a ouiiumg, u
.n.,.t nl ilinu who subscribed.
will be placed just north of the
U B. church. The committee expects
to get $200 more than is already bud
cribed. A list of donors will be pub
lished soon. The work began last Mon
day, and will be pushed as rapidly
' n ti v ct of Hillsboro was in
i..q Fri.-l.iv. Mr. Gates is the
-, r, oWtri.- tiL'ht i) ants lndifleren
nmmn ll buvs 800 cords
wood every year for hia plant at Hepp
nnr from Oavennort Bros. He found an
aM ...hrlmntA here in the person
E. E. Savage. They were at college to-
utKr in ISlifi. W. J. IWKOr OlSO
The entertainment to be given by MiHS
Holmes and Miss Gambell of Portland,
or the benefit of the school library, will
take place at tha Conzreuational church
on Friday evening, Feb. 22d, instead of
the 21st, as announced. Mrs. r. d lav-
dson ir. will sini; at this entertainment,
nnd Miss Anne (Smith will preside at the
uaiio. .Miss Holmes is a cruauaie oi
the EmersOu school of oratory of Boston
and has recently established a school of
ike nature in Portland. She gave sev
eral readings at the recent session
of the state teachers' asso.ia-
tion at Albany and received many
complimentary notices, and the com
mendation of all who heard her. Misf
iumb.-II is one of the leading singers of
Portland. Do not hit to heskf her and
give our school library a benefit.
The pie-biters of Belmont held their
weekly meeting at G. D. Wood worth s
last Friday evening. The proceedings
of this soewty are said to be t-ntertain-
ng and ot a highly intellectual nature.
The members line up at the supper
table with their hands tied behind their
backs. The man or woman who can
then devour two pieoos of pie the quick
est gets the prize. When they met at
Gessling's, not long ago, the champion
pie-biter got a picture of a lioginairame
or Ins prize. Another method oi the
)ie-bilerto show theiraecompliKhments
is to see who can bito through the most
pies laid up in layers. One man with a
record of biting through 13 pies attempt
ed to make it 14, but some over-jealous
rival inserted a tin plate Between
the layers, and the champion was de
feated. - . ,.
Mi&s Eva Kictlnson gave a very pleas
ant party at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
trederirk, Friday evening f el), nth. A
very enjoyable tune was had by an pres
ent;' The hopws was beautifully dec
orated with fir and Chinese lanterns.
Crokinole was the order of the evening;
first prize was awarded ClarenceGilbert,
while Mr. Booth received the "con
solation." At 11 :30 a dainty lunch was
serve 1. Those present were the Misses
Niiklason, Jackson, Dukes, Butler, Bou
ncy, Slusher, Olinger, Clark, Davenport,
Prather. and Slessrs. lioolh, UUoert,
lluckabav. Tostevin, Button, Her
man, Davidson, Olinger, Adams
Shaw, Parker, Scarles.
The Boyden-Goddard concert takes
place next .Monday evening ai a. v. . i.
W. hall. Mrs. Goddard's entertain
ments are always popular, and tho man
agement has spared no pains nor ex
pense to make this one thy liost ot all
l'.oth 31 r. and flirs. uouuaru nave given
their time and assistance to entertain
ments gotten up for different objects
and the friends they have made in this
way will see that they have a good house
and give them a. benefit next Monday
niuht. Although they will be put to
considerable expense in giving this con
cert, the price has been placed within
the reach of all,25 cents.
An event, which promises to be of a
somewhat different character than the
ordinary, will take place at the A. O. U.
W. hall Thursday evening,Feb21. "The
Witch of Endor" with all her myster
ious charms a'nd powers will be present
to impart words of wisdom and prophecy
in her secret sanctuary. A special pro
gramme has also been arranged and re
freshments will ie served in an auraci-
fn Mjun tow n with Mr. Savage when
but they never
made the discovery until a few days ago,
ti. i.4 noV that stood at tr
.u tf I V Rand's store was cut
PCUtll "-a -r - ------ ,
mm, erecting roles for tlift telephone
a. i H Middleton intend
won to move this building across he
4 k;- nAnvtiaainn to remove me
. ' - ' A.,Ut rrirvn. The HllgS
iree was t - -,
.i,.ir, thnawoi the tree were counted
by Doug Langille.who is making a .study
J the age of trees, and lie foand that
the tree was 233 yrs oiu. v
thrifty growing tree and measured
iflfhee n diameter.
e manner, iheteeot admission win
he 10 cents, which is for the benefit of
the Christian Endeavor of the Congre
Joe Mayes who had his right hand so
severely injured not long ago is getting
along very nicely at present. j-asiweeK
it was found necessary to open the palm
of his baud to remove some proud tlesh.
m soon as this place heals over Joe w ill
! nhle to return to Hood River; though
ih will have to shake hands with his
ft hand for some time yet.
Mrs. Atterbury has purchased 10 acres
,.f n .1. Gesslimr on Hood river lor
urnwinir strawberries. She also pur
diascu receniiv, o acres oi i. n.. wh,
ncliidinff the house, barn and young or
l.n nl nd one aero of voungtitrawberries,
lor lI..l..OIK)ll. Ul . WJi ..k wv.v.
and family will be here next weeK.
An own missionary meeting will be
held at the Congregational church next
Sunday evening. Ringing by the choir;
reading; prayer; choir singing; reading
hv Mrs.Biitton : duet by Mrs. Will Rand
omi Acrneii Dukes: paper bv Miss Hill
ron.i wc hv Mrs. Kanu: recitation uy
Agnes Dukes; singing.
A letter received from Miss Minnie
Rrnwin. on Wednesdav. written to Mrs.
II. F. Davidson, states that she is slight
ly improved after a week's stay in Coe's
sanitarium, tuie is uuoiseu ai mc pnm
tarinm for a month, and it is hoped she
may be able to return to Hood Kiver by
the end ot mat mno.
TWartment Commander A. J. Good
hmil of the G. A. K. will visit c-anoy
post and W. R. C, thursdav, l eo. n
Commander Cunning lias called a spe
cial meeting for that day, and the V. R.
C. will also meet and serve a luncn. ah
comrades ami their tamuiesare expecieu
to bo present.
Mrs Rosa McCoy writes from trie,
Pa., under date of K-b. 4th, asking to
have her Glacier sent to ao; m Morgan
street, Buffalo, IN. i., wnere sue win
make, her headquarters. The sleighing,
.v it.it nt tlio Kiasoii was fine at Erie.
Tho annw had drifted in places 12 and
15 feet deep.
riaiia Ttntlcr and 'wife rotured from
their trip to Michigan on Monday.
Th or clad to get back to Oregon
Air. Butler says he saw no gooa appies
in MirloVnn. The kind he saw there
are classed as culls in Hood River.
Mrs. Cant. Ilrvidson and Mrs. P. S.
Davidson ir.,gave a very successful card
party WaVfnemlav afternoon, Feb. 13th,
at the residence of the latter. A hand
some pin cushion for first prize was won
by Mrs. C. R. Bono; second prize an
elegant fancy ribbon case was won by
Mrs. 1'. J. lirosius. Jiooby prize was
awarded Miss Agnes Dukes, a picture
book and box of paint. A dainty lunch
as served. Invited guests were:
Mcsdflmcft A J Graham, F C Brosius, 11
F Davidson. G E Williams. S F Blythe,
C R Bone, N W Bone, C Ross, T Butler,
E J'. Savage, J E Hand, m Mewurt, h
L Smith, Frank Davidson, J F Watt, A
B Cautlchl, J H Ferguson, F B Barnes,
M I' Miaw, C 1 lhompson, iobtevin,
C N Clarke, II C Bateluim, SLangille, A
A Jayne, R R Erwin, FH Button, Maggie
Reid.andthe Misses Minnie Brew in, Ag
nes Dukes, Carrie Butler, Lizzie Roberts,
Anne Smith, Agm Smith, Mclltt White,
Tlie wavs and means of small boya for
having fun is truly wonderful, in that
more of them do not get killed or crip
pled for life in their various ways oi
amusement. One day last week, while
there was vet a small patch of snow
near tho school house, about a dozen or
more of these small bovs were coasting.
Somo had sleds, soma had none; the
latter were satisfied with any old thing
for a substitute. One boy was lying on
a shovel, the bundle of which acted as a
coupling pin to the sled behind. All
hands, or rather faces, had on a big grin,
accompanied by yells, such as only small
boys can aire ; as thev coasted down tne
short hill, steering clear of the many
The Ladies' Aid society of the M. E.
church will meet with Airs. Crowell on
Friday afternoon of this week at 2 o'clock.
All the members are requested to re
present to finish the work now on hand.
The National Concert Co. is giving
entertainments, comiueiicing Thursday
evening and continuing all of this week
and all of next week, at the armory
The eight months old child of Mr ai d
Mrs. W. J. Baker was quite ill Saturday
night and Sunday.
Ixts of fun at the armory every night
this week and all of next week. Ad
mission only 15 cents.
Ladies free first night only at show
given by tho National Concert Co.
Reports show a greatly increased death
rutc from throat and lung troubles, due to
the prevalence of croup, pneumonia and
grip. We advise the use of One Minute
Cough Cure in all of these dill'iculties. It is
theonlyharmlcss remedythat give imme
diate results. Children like it. Chas. a.
Clarke, Glacier Pharmacy.
Had their dav. but their time is past
and gone, and the smoker of today buys
"Lriah lleep, the best 5c cigar on the
market. I ry one.
Following is the programnio for the
Boyden-Goddard concert, to be given at
A. 0. U. W. hall on Monday evening,
Instrumental qimrtctla Selected
U. n. t-.vnii, until. UtKIOnlld, w. .11.
Isvnbrrg, W. A. Isnberff.
Roeltutlon. "Little Jof's Flowers
Vocal Duett, "I l.lvenntl IiOveThee''Cuniiana
Mr. nnd Mr. liouilnrd.
Vocal Solo, "Sing. Klrdle. Sing" L.Denza
l.nmm Hoyden (ionilurd.
Rwitiitlnn. K.ntertiiinlnir Her Hlster's
Herni" - Veru Allen
K,li, fHi 'Tha UreiLt lleuvenlv Choir
(10 "Iollle tiray".:
(with violin and cornel urcmiiiiHtilineut
by MewtiH. Ullhert ami lwnuorg.)
Instrumental quartette Selected
U, a. t.vans, hiidu Jiiiboiimi, w. pi.
TMpnlierir. V. A. lMMtlherir.
.ove and Whist," an Operetta iiiOneAet.
Drumntis I'erwiinn Mrs. mierwima (an ainer-
lean (irnnde Daniel. Mrs. Uoailitra: ior-
otliv (iliiuirhtr of Mrs. Sherwood), Miss
.lesle Itounrs: Mienoti (u maid scrvunt)
Miaa (lloriu ljine: Fairfax la coxmnpol
Haul. Melville Foley: Alderslmt la eanldn
111 Her Majesty' army), Urenvllle liod-
Aceomiisnlst.... -Mrs. B. A. Kuupp
Admission, u rents.
An American crossing Europe once bought a first-class stage ticket
for a duy'a ride througn a mountainous country. After several hours'
riding ho thought it very foolish to have bought a first-class ticket
when all passengers apparently fared alike. Ho he asked the driver
w hat he got that the second; and third class passengers did not. The
driver assured him that Lin value would appear before the end of the
journey. Vile hiw the Kint when, just after dinner, at the foot of a
seven-mito hill, the driver announced: "FirHt-clasd passengers, keep
your seats; second class, get out and walk ; third class, get out ond
There is a parallel to this in our Shoe business. When you buy
our Shoes and Rubliers you may be excused for wondering what more
you get than those who buy second and third class goods at a few
cent loss first cost, but it Is sure to appear before the end of the
Royal spring suit samples row in.
THE PEOPLE S STORE.
Drop In and learn how to tio laces on men's thoei without a knot,
then you can't get mad.
YOU KNOW, is not always easily attainable. . Sometimes the priea
is objectionable; often it is the quality, and occasionally BOTH are
Wo always try to have forth price and quality right. If we can
furnish you a shoo that meets these requirements, we know you. will,
become a shoe customer of ours. The . . t
C. G0TZIAN & CO.'S SHOES ;
Combine both essentials to rwnarkable degree. . We carried .them
last year and are now restocking with tho same make. We have
them in men's, women's, youths, misses and children's, and ask you
to examine QUALITY AND PRICE.
for i WO MEN.
V WITH IMMSIILI
A VI VI L a HLA I I LSI III
J1ILL Jf .uni-i II
THEY FIT THE FEET SUSiSZ
Equal to any $5 Shoe on the Markal
It yxr lulw Mi". kl"
C. 00TZIAN i CO.. PropVs.
n Minnesota Shoe Go st. PAUk "nn.
FOR SALE BY
bone & McDonald
TWELFTH SATURDAY SURPRISE SALE.
Special for rttur(lav Only MEN'S HOSIERY:
a i i. ..:
llISOII Kll'fc lUVWIII ir,...,
Heavy to tn random mixed
Fancy ribbed pure Egyptian Oentlcmen's Hose.
Fancy polka dot, correct style
Navy blue woolen double heel and toe
, 8c pair
"The L'AIGNON" Belt is the very latest thing in belts. We have
all the materials; you can make them vourself.
Come Just to See
THE LITTLE STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES.
FOR SALE BY J. E. RAND.
Twenty-eight years of
successful snoe building
Id five great factories rep
resents satisfaction to
millions of shoe wearers.
Every pair of Selz Men's
Fine Shoes fully illustrate
this fact. They make your
feet look well, no matter
what size you wear, and
combine the extreme of
style with perfection of
comfort and wearingvaloo
HIGH QUALITIES LGW PRICES
Look for the sign of "Sell" it
marks the Popular Dealer.
Selz shoes for Men, Women and Children are
i. Satisfactory Shoes-Price-jQu&.lity..Comrort-btyw.
Set. "u.mi sii." SELZ, SCHWAB & CO., Chicago.
I'd; H.,;.the.",h,, Ur,.., M..t.c,ur.r. of Boo,. ..d Shoe. In th. World.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. L. Smith-Oldest Established House In th. valley.!
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes.
Hardware, Flour and Feed, etc.
This old-established liouse will continue to pay cash for all its
goods; it pays no rent; It employB a clerk but does not have to divide
with a partner all dividends are made with Customers in the way of
For the weakness and prostration fol-
lowinzeri r there is nothing so prompt and
cltectiveasune .uinuieLougn kauo. iuis
preparation is highly endorsed as an un
failing remedy lor all throat and lung
troubles and its early use prevents con
sumption. It is made to cure quickly.
Chas.N. Clarke, Glacier Pharmacy.
In Hood River, Feb. 0, 1901, to Mr.
and Mrs. T. T. Mclntyre, a son.
At Belmont. Hood River valley,, Feb.
3. 1901. infant child of. Rev. and Mrs. J.
O. Alford, aged one month.
Christian Church Sunday school at
10 a.m. Preaching at 11 a.m. Subject,
'The Lord's Supper." C. E. at 15:30.
rreachineat7:30. Subiect, "Christ's
Renlv to the Skeptical Jew." Preach
ing at Crapper's school house at 3 p. m
United Brethren Church. babbath
school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 n. m. C. L. at 8 p. m
Bantismal services in the morning serv
ice. Mr J. it. iMCKeisen win. sing a oio
in the eveninsr service entitled "the
Fisherman and his Child." L. A.
will meit Friday p. m. at Mrs. Henry's.
H.C. Shatter, pastor,
Congregational Church. Services next
Rnndav at 11 a. m. and 7:M p. m. At
the morninc service the pastor will
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. Aert., at the Glacier Pharmacy.
rtn to him for mire fresh Driuts. Patent Medicines and Wall l'aper. rrescripiioc. anu
Pnmily Kecipesa Hpeelulty.
Sr.Ml meetincs will be held at the
rnnarpimtional church..beginnlng Sun
dav the 24th inst., to continue ten days pre(leh to the young people of the church
or two weeks. Rev. G. A. Taegart of on tne 8Ubject: "The Ideal Young Man-
Port and will assist me pasior, ivev. -r. hood and Womanhood." The cuoir
Ilershner, in these services.
Mrs. W. O.-Clelland is visiting rela-
;... tr. tho vallev. Mr; tJlelland re-
lv aolit his farm on the Last Mde
o.M in nnw in facramenio. ran. vm-i-
land will start for California in. a
davs and join her husband.
Annivprmirv etercises of the order ot
Knights of Pythias will be held in their
lodge room on Tuesday evninK,reu.
7.5ft All memheraof tlie order ana
their families are invited to De present,
SiiDncr after the programme.
Robt. Rand was injured last wonoay
bv being struck on the ankle with a rock
rocks on his lawn.
Thoueh able to be around, tue nun is
still auite iminiui
A. P. Bateham returned dnnng ine
week from a trip East to visit hisdaugh-
t t Tonl nrl other relatives, ne
was gone five weeks and went as far as
Miss Van Wyck, wrho has been in
Tllxor fnrthenast three months'
the puest of Mrs. A. B. Canfield, return-
a.1 tn her home in Portlaud on Monday.
xr a Prr ramn no from Portland
r.n & visit, for a few days with
ids parents.who are now living on Fred's
place at Tucker.
Burnev Thelps and Levi Tyler went
j.... k.intln.1 lt. week, but venison
steak has not been a drug in the market
SUMr's. Shaw of Portland !s teaching in
Miss Brewin's place while tne laiier is
'UThe Misses Jessie and Nellie Rogers
spent several days in Portland last week.
Don't forget the school entertainment
Graining, Natural Finishing, etc.
Estimatks Gavris. . E. H. PICK ARD.
which is always efficient, will be still
further strengthened at this service by
the addition of Mr.and Mrs.A. A. Jayne.
The offertory will be rendered by Mrs.
Jayne. A chorus choir consisting of young
. .1, L .1. . . I.
people wiiiiurnisn me niusicainiecvrn-
inc service, iuu are uiviieu w iucdp
Appointments, Belmont Charge 1st
Sumlay-7-Pine Grove,"!! a. m.j Crapper,
3 n. m. : Belmont. 7 :30 n. m.
2ii Miinuay lieimont, 11; wrapper, o;
Pine orove, 7:).
3d Sunday Jlosier, on the hill, 11
lower school house, 7:30. Pine Grove
ami Rrlmont supplied at 11.
4th Sunday Mount Hood. 11: "Bel
At. Relmoftt. nraver meetinc each
Thursday evening, at 7; Junior League,
Sunday, at 3; s. L., Sunday, at o:.u.
Everybody invited. J. G. Alford, pastor.
M. E. Church Service. Pundav-school
10 a. in. ; preaching followed by class
service, 11 a. m.; Epworth League
6:30 p. m.; preaching at 7:30 p, m.
regular prayer meeting Thursday even
ing at 8 p. an. F. R. Spaulding, pastor.
A powerful engine cannot be run with a
weak boiler, and we can't keep up the
strain of an activolife with a weak stom
ach; neither can we stop the human ma
chine to make repairs. If the stomach can
not dicest enouch food to keep the body
strone.such a preparation as Kodol Dvs-
pepsiaCure should be used.lt digests what
you eat and it simply can t help out no you
good. Chas.N .Clarke.Glacier Pharmacy.
Bltink Warranty Decd for sale at tbe Olar
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
f.ni offliv Kt Vancouver. Wash.. Jan. 29,
1(101. Notice I hereby given that the follow-Inn-nameU
settler hiu tiled notice of his In
tention to make final proof in supportof his
cluiin. and thutsuld proof will be made before
V . J. I Tl'SU.Vi w...
fnrdistriet of Wasliinutoii, at hla office in
(Joldcndale, Washinplon, on Wednesday,
March 20, 1901, YOST.
Homestead Entry N". S135, for the south half
of northeast quarter, northwest quarter oi
W)Utheiit quarter, ana kh 1, section i, iowii
shlp5 north, ranite 10 cant, Will. Mer.
He names tne louowing wnnetic j pmvo
his continuous residence upon ana cultiva
tion of Mild land. vl: .
Charlett I.. i:oiuurD,or riunoni r. mu..
John R. Itankln, or W hite tsniinon r. u..
Wash.; Joseph Ami n,nu wiiuam juau ui
. o., w nxmneton.
W. R. DrNBAH, KeglHter.
Trout Uike r
f 1 1118
Timber Land, Act Juno 3, 1878.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office, The Dalles, Oregon, Pec
7. lm-Notlce l hereby given inai in com.
pllance with the provisions of the act of con'
.i,f .T.,nA3 lx:s. entitled "An act for tin
sale of timber lands In the States of California,
w.. v.Pn.i. iiul w.iKlilnirUtn Territory.'
as ex tended to all the pnblio lund states by
actof AuguKU, is, .,i
, MAIT1E C. BONNEY
Of Hood Itlver, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, has this day filed in this office her sworn
statement No. ltW. for the purchase of the
northwest lA southwest y and southwest y,
niMh.. . .t I.' nf section No. & in Uiwnsliln.No.i
north, range No. east, W. M., and will otfer
proof to show that tlie land sought is more
vniuumc mr n iiiumr. ....... ....
.nimrni nnriioses. and to establish her claim
to said land before tlie Register and Receiver
of this office at The Dulles, Oregon, on natur-
day, the -itd ioy or February, iwi.
hub nan H hj, wiinfHHfh: iiuwkii uiajn. .-
ward Mnvs and Clyde Bonncy of Hood Kiver,
Oregon, and A. A, Bonney of Tygli alley
Anvand nil nersons claiming ad verily the
ahove-described lands are requested to Hie
their claims In this office on or before said
2id day of February, 1(101.
dHT15 JAY Y. LUCAS, Register,
Digests what you cat
Tt artificially digests the food add aids
Nat.nra in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
ant ana ironic ru umer picpaiauuu
pan unnroach It in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, muiKesuon, xieartuuiu.
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Kausea,
Sick Headache, Gastralgia, Cramps and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Price 5flc. and $1. Large site contains SH timet
small size. Book all about dyspepsia mailedf re
Preportd by E. C D.WITT CO.. Cblcoa
Timber lAnd, Act June S, 1878.
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
TJnlled 8tates !.and Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, Dec. 15, WHO. Notice Is hereby given
tit in cnmnllance with the nrovlslons of the
nrn.rn ,,f .Tune JL 1KTK. entitled "An act
for the sale of timber lands in the 8tais of
California, Oregon, wevaaa ana wasmngioii
as extended to all the public land
lulu hv n. l nt August 4. 1SM2.
Of Tyeh Val lev. eount y of Wasco, state of Ore
eon, has this day filed In this office his
IS STILL IN THE RING.
I am better prepared than ever to furninh my patrons
heat goods in my line at prices as low as the lowest.
11 uuui ui iiiviuut,"
At prices that will save money for the buyer.
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING.
I shall open up soou the best and most complete lino of WALL
PAPER that has ever been shown in Hood River. - ';
Floor Matting in new patterns. Fuller's Prepared Paint has made
for itself an enviable reputation in this valley. I expect to carry a
larger stock of these goods than ever before.
A good stock of Trunks, Linoleum, Building Paper and Furaitura
always on hand. Yours for business,
W. E. SHERRILL.
E. R. Bradley,
Job Printing, Books, Stationery, Mag.
azines and Periodicals.
In addition to my line of Books and Magazines, I carry a complete
and well selected stock of Stationery. I am also constantly adding
to my Job Printing Department and respectfully solicit your patron
age along these lines.
Orders by mail given prompt attention. ';, .
The young man loves the young woman;
" That's his business. :
The young woman loves the young man;
That's her business. ' -" ,
The young man and young woman get
married; . ' '
That's the nreacher s business.
Thev will need furniture, carpets,
paper and building material ; ' . '
fhat's my business, bartmEss
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER.
AT C. L. ROGERS & CO.'S.
Indies' Wool Hose
Ladies' Wool Hose . '. 1 '
Box Writing Paper and Envelopes
Children's Wool Hose
Little girls' Kid Gloves
8 rolls Toilet Paper ' -
2 packages Jumbo Mush
1 oallon Pride of Oregon Syrup ...'.:
3 large Pencil Tablets r'YIL'i'
Boys Hats and Caps at cost. Children's Bleep Garments at cost.
.... .15,20 and 25c
And all kinds of supplies for
iiM AnatiiPlograpltt ;
Printing papers, card mount, developers and toning solutions.
Prices range from $5 to $20 for Kodaks.
WILLIAMS & BROSIUS.
ftTot'K. The Columbia Nursery 1s on ban
Benin, as usual, wllh a Itiree stock of run lrecs
Straw berry Plants, and all kinds of 'urcry. stock
Oet our price, .ud see thes.oc
sworn statement No. Iii9 for the purchase
of the wctU southeast i and lots 7 and 1
vtinn 7 townshin 2 north, range 9 ensl
W. M.. and will offer proof to show that
thpiunil aoiiirht Is more valuable for Itstini
ber or stone than for agricultural purposes.
nrl tn estiUjl sh Ins claim to sum inn
before the Register and Receiver oi mis omce
at The Iialles, Oregon, on Monday, the ith
dav of March, im.
He names as witnesses: Clyde T. Bonney,
Donald Kow. O. K. Hartley and Leslie
B utler, all of Hood Kiver, Oregon.
Any nnd all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims In this office on of before said
4th day of March, tit!!. '
d2U3 . ,JAY I, I.UCA, Register.
In the count v Court of the State of Oregon ftr
Was. County. Matter of the Estate of
Edward Keak, deceased.
Not ice Is hereby given that the undersign
ed' J H. Keak, has been appointed Executor
of the last will of the above-named Edward
Keak deceased, by order duly made by tlie
Hon. County Court of Wasco county; and all
persons having claims against said estate are
hereby notified to present the same, with
proper vouchers, to the said executor, at the
office of A.A.Jayne.ln tbe town of Hood Kiver,
In said county, within six months from the
dale of this notice. .
Dated this SUh day of January, 1901.
J. tl. KEAK.
Executor of tbe last will of Edward Keak, de
A. A. Jayne, atty for axecutor. flml
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Tjind Office at The Iialles, Oregon, Jan. 18,
1)01 Notice Is hereby given that- the following-named
settler ha filed notice of his In
tention to make final proof In support of his
claim, and that said proof will he jnade before
tbe Register and Receiver at The Do lies. Ore
gon, on Wednesday, March 20, 1901, vis:
WILLIAM E. Hl'SKEY,
of Mosler, Oregon, H.K. No. i rpr tbe east
U southeast Viand souths northeast
lion J.". township 2 north, range 11 east, M.
He names the following witnesses to pro,
his continuous residence Upon- and cultiva
tion of, said land, vis:
J. W. Hnskev. O. W. Huskey. N, P. Hturges.
and M. luly, all of Mosier, Oregon.
flmS . JAY P. LCCAS, Reslster.