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3(cod Iiver Slaciei
FRIDAY, MARCH R.-lOOl.
UltlEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Uriah Ileep cigars.
Dr. Hrosius' horso for gale, $75.
Old papers 25c a hundred at tho Gla
For tho best loer shoe in town go
to Ikine & McDonald.
J. B. Hunt ha a Plnnet Jr.cultivixton,
good as new, (or ele for
Good wheat hay. lit Hnynes' Spur nt
$13 per ton, for sale by Frank Davenport.
When you want a good snmke, buy tha
"Uriah Ileep" cigar. For salu by all
If your watch should stop,Chas RijKt
tlie jeweler, will charge you nothing for
an accurate diatom.
Everything to eat. No matter wliat
vour appetite Miri!!flt you will find its
fulfillment at Reciprocity; our pricesnre
low ; our clerk are polite; our delivery
is prompt and we are after yottr trade,
The rule at Reciprocity 'ih to meet the
wishes of customers. An expert meat
cutter stands behind tha counter and
weighs out to you the very best of stall
fed beef. All of tho beef at Reciprocity
is strictly first class.
Dr. F. C Brosius has removed to his
new residence at tho west end of Onk
etreet, midway between the school house
and aj-iuorv, and can he found in his of
fice over Williams & Rrosius' drujr store
between the hours of 10-11 a. in., 2-3
and 6-7 p. m.
Four of R. M. Hunt's family are laid
up with the grip.
Mrs. J. L. Henderson is in Portland
making a viHit of a few weeks.
John Hiillt has been laid up
rheumatism but is better again.
tn consequence of no quorum.no coun
cil mooting was held Monday night.
Mrs. Warren Wells, who has been
wrestling with a severe attack of the
grip, was out Sunday for the first time.
Simply the voting and tender beets
picked when tho dew is on.' They are
delicious, lj-jc a pound at Reciprocity.
Mrs. John Castner returned from
Portland last Friday. Her mother.Mrs.
Newcomb, is much improved in health.
Tho firm of Pratber & Barnes has re
vived a large fire proof pafe, the largest
in town ouUide of the bank, and now
lias safe room to rent.
Mr. Rrower and faniilv, consisting of
wife and three children, arrived last week
from Southern Oregon. Mr. lsrower is
itn experienced orchardist.
Hert Huckabay returned, Monday,
from a viHit to Forest drove. Miss Iter
tha Prather subbed for him in tho tel
ephone office during his absence.
Timber for the Cutting.-! will give anv
one the small timber for the cutting and
liauling away on my claim. 1 will de
liver 4 foot fine limb wood in town at
fl.50 per cord. A. 0. Hkkshey
Mr. -and Mrs. T. Bishop and son of
Hood River, Or., who have been staying
in Pasadena for the past three months,
Vave gone to Santa Monica fora month's
stay before returning to their homo,
Pasadena News, Feb. 22d.
Miss Laura Wilson, who is employed
' in the Oregon Telephone Co. s ollice in
Portland, came homo last rndavand
returned to Portland Knndav. About
150 girls are cm ployed in the Oregon
Telephone Co. s otlice in fort land.
Mrs. G v, F. Coe was called to Oakland
Cal., last Friday, to visit the sick bed of
her father, David Irwin, who is not
expected tn recover from an attack of
the erin. The old veteran of four wars
will, if he lives till the 11th of
April, be 102 vears old.
Later David Irwin, sr., died in
land. Cal., March 2d, at 2 p. m.,
101 years, 10 months and 21 days.
censed was born in Now York, April 11,
F. W, Angus has racked 1 ,010 boxes
of apples for bis neighbors during the
past fall and winter. When bo came to
the valley he knew scarcely anything
about, apples, didn't know but two vari
ties of apples, and today he is an expert
packer of apples.
G. R. Castner this winter sold from
Vis six-acre orchard, set. in the spring of
1801, f2r)0 worth of apples. The trees
commenced bearing in 1803. The va
rieties are: 350 Yellow Newtown, 50
lien Davis, and 50 Bpitzonburg. Re
ceipts were exclusive of boxes.
Judge Prat-her has given notice that
the council will have to hunt other
.rjuartersin which to hold meetings. Mr.
Prather has allowed the council meet
ings in his otlice for the reason that there
was no other place to meet, but he
needed the room himself and now feels
that his irood nature has been imposed
upon long enough and will ask that other
quarters be provided.
Ernest Jensen has rented Cant Fergu
son's house next door to the Hood River
Pharmacy and will open a confectionery
store. Mr. Jensen is an old fireman,
and recounting the want of fire protec
tion for Hood River, is trying to organ
ize a fire company. Ho thinks fireplugs
nut in the present two inch mains with
regulation fire hose, would give good fire
frotection to the business part ot town
Ye need fire protection more than any
thing else in Hood River and it is hoped
the council will give his proposition due
The devil and Abe Folev took a drive
up the valley Sunday. Found tho roads
in a frightful condition from the state
road nearly all the w ay to Harbison's
mill via Tucker. Above Harbison's the
roads were in a fairlv good condition
perhaps from a lack of travel during the
inicv weather wo have exiierienced lately.
The grain fields look fine, are bright
and green, the chipmunks and spring
scorn to be hero to stay. The one
thing that most surprised the Glacier's
satanie representative was the number
of yearling calves in the different fields
along the way. A wont w were counieu
between Harbison's and Tucker's and
vet others this side. In somo fields as
innnv as 12 and 15 were counted
This means money for our ranchers
in a year or two.
It looks now as if Hood River will be
a drv town next summer. The Hood
River Springwater Co. intended this
month to commence laying 6-inch mains
from their big spring to supply the town
with water for family use and irrigation
and to give better protection against
tire, but since another company has or
ganized and asked the privilege of lay
ing mains, the principal owners in the
Bpringwater Co. feel disposed to wait
and see what the other company will do
before they expend w hat will be neces
sary to make the additions to their plant
that will be required to give the town
tho water needed. It. is estimated that
to lay the ftinch mains and make the
improvements contemplated will require
an outlay of about f5,000. The mem
bers of the company foci that they can
not afford to make this outlay without
some assurance that they will receive
patronage enough to at teast pay interest
. on the investment of the additional cap
ital. With the plant just as it is the
old company can furnish water through
out the vear for family use, bnt not
eucugh for irrigation and fire protection.
C. H. Stranahan of Ttufus is rustica
ting in the valley, trying to recover from
the effects of the grip. He still ow ns
his ranch in Hood River valley, which
is run by his three boys. He says there
is a fine prospect for crops in bheruinn
county, where he cultivates 400 or 600
acres in wheat. Mr. Stranahan recently
returned from a trip to his old home in
Minnesota, where ho spent seven weeks.
He finds the conditions greatly changed
in Minnesota from what they were 25
yt-ars ago. The big belt of timber that
thou stretched across the state has dis-upiK-arcd,
and its disapearaiico has
ciiunged the climate, making the rain
fall less, and where once the best crops
of wheat were grown, now this necessary
cereal cannot bo grown with profit. He
found many persons imjuiring about
Oregon. Oregon Ren Davis apples were
selling at retail in Minneapolis for C0
cents a peck, while Michigan apples
brought only 25 cents
M. A. Cook and Peter Felthausen re
turned last Sunday from the Mt. Hood
district, where they went to surve
road to the quart, claims purchase
Cook & Krwin of Mr. Felthausen. They
went up the river from the toll bridge-
and trudged through three feet of snow.
At several places the river canvons are
too narrow to allow of passage along the
river, and the party was compelled U
climb high mountains to make the port
ages. Coming bad. they followed the
top of the ridge on the eabt side of the
East Fork. They found the bent way to
the mines to be by way of the Klk Reds
and Da"a' Sprinj-. The mines arefcitua'
ed in a big body of timber. In this tim
ber they found no snow.
M. M. Davenport, superintendent of the
Valley Improvement Go's ditch, says
there has been so many claims and kicks
against the company for every little
washout occasioned by the rains, etc.,
that he has been shaking in his boots
and is surprised that there has been
none made tor the bad washout at the
comer east of the Barrett school house,
caused by the lato rain and melting
Chas. Metcalf and family arrived from
Minnesota during the week. Mr. Met
calf was here last fall and purchased the
Llton Hayucn place at Ueltnont. JUr.
Metcalf is a railroad engineer on the
Groat Northern. His family will reside
Richard Kirbyson returned from Cali
fornia Tuesday, "lie is very much pleased
with Southern California, where' he
spent the winter for his health, nnd in
tends to return to that country as soon
as he can sell out his interests in Hood
Charlie Miller of Scholia, Washington
county, is visiting relatives and old
friends in Hood River. After an absence
of two vears he finds many changes in
Hood River. Mr. Miller and brothers
are shipping considerable hay to Hood
Mr. Lakin. D. C Garrabrant's broth
er-in-law, arrived w - it h his family from
Western Nebraska Saturday of last week
He has rented Wm. Boorman's place at
Frankton for the present season. and ex
pects to purchase a home in Oregon later
"Wonders of the World" entertain
ment in A.O.U. W. hall, Saturday even
ing, 7:80. A splendid exhibition for
people of refined tastes. Tickets on sale
at K. R. Bradley's book store and Geo.T,
l'rather's office; secure your seats early.
Mr. Booth requests all the young la
dies w ho took part in the carnival drill,
and as many more as desire to become
members of the voting ladies' Zouave
company, to meet at the armory on Sat
urday afternoon at 4 p. m.
The Fpworth League of Belmont will
give a hard times social at the Somer-
ville place on the corner west of M. B
t otter s, on Friday evening jaomission iu
cents. Everybody invited.
Miss Kate Davenport went to Port
land, Saturday, to visit her brother,
George Davenport, who has been quite
sick with pneumonia. She found her
brother much improved.
Mrs.-M. 8. Parker, recently from Cali
fornia, has purchased 10 acres of J. T.
Nealeigh at Belmont. She will build t
house nt once, the price paid was
The .Sunshine club will meet with Mrs.
II. C. Shaffer Saturday afternoon at
o'clock. All the members are requested
to be present as there is work to do.
Miss Maggie llaugh of Carlin, Nevada
who has been visitin Mrs. 1-. E. Lyons
went to Portland during the week to
visit her sister, Mrs. F. 8. Perry.
E. H. Tickard, the painter and deco
rator, is again on deck and making con
tracts for work after a long spell of sick
news lasting since last August.
A prospector from the Washington
side of the Columbia was in town Wed
nesdav with specimens of rich copper
ore with a good showing of gold.
Lvman Smith came up from Astoria
Wednesday, lie has given up his situa
tiou at Astoria and w ill remain in Hood
River for the present.
Matt Russell is erecting a building
alongside the People's Store and will oc
cupy it as soon as finished and open a
Workmen engaged in blasting for
Capt. Cook's road nt White Salmon have
kept un a desultory cannonade for the
Jimmic Debord is back again in Hcod
River and has accepted a situation in
the tonsorial parlors of Grant Evans.
Mrs. B.C. I5artlett went to Portland
Monday, to visit her daughter: Little
Richard Bartlctt accompanied her.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Curtis came up
from Portland. Wednesday, and went
out to their Curly Top ranch.
Kaster conies this year on April 7th
An early Easter is said to be a sign of an
Do not forget the entertainment at the
4 t f? T 1...11 6nf iiT-rllv pvpnini. &e.r
. . j. j , IT i null k'a.iii v.wj o
W. .T. Campbell ia putting up Matt
Rnssell's barber shop.
County commissioners' Court is in sas
sion at The Dalles.
Fees are 15 cents per dozen at Rsci
Hon. Emile Schanno was in the valley
and they must be eliminated. Fast un
til these poisons can tie disposed of in a
natural way. Take long walks, drawing
in deep, full breaths ; exercise very
muscle of the body, that circulation may
be quickened and every part of the
body thoroughly cleansed by this accel
erated circulation. Bathe at least once
a day, rubbing the surface of tho body
bristly all over for five or ten minutes.
After missing from two to threo meals if
a ravenous appetite is acquired it is, of
conrse,desirab!u to indulge this appetite,
but in moderation. Under no circum
stances should the stomach be gorged,
and those foods which are uuwholesome
of but moderately nutritious should be
Had their day, but their time Is past
and gone, and the smoker of today buvs
"Uriah Ileep," the best 5c cigar on the
market. Try one.
Hlght Was Her Terror.
"I would cough nearly all night long,"
writes Mrs. Chiw. Applegateof Alexan
dria, Ind., "and could hardly get anysleep.
I had consumption so bad that if I walked
a block 1 would cough frightfully and spit
blood, but wheu all other medicines failed,
three f 1 bottles of Dr. King's New Discov
ery wholly cured me and I gained 53
pounds." ' It's absolutely guaranteed to
cure coughs, colds, la grippe, bronchitis
and all throat and lung troubles. Price 50c
and fl. Trial bottles free at Chas. N.
Clarke's drug store.
The prohibitionist of Hood Klvcrwlll meet
In tli lecture room of the United Hrcthrcn
church, Friday. Mitrch SIM, nt 2 o'clock p. m.
O. Miller nt Portland, will be present.
Kverv urohibltlonlst should bc present. Oth
ers lire invlti-d who lire Interested In this line
of work, especially Hie women of IIih w .C.T.U.
i t.Hi.iK in i i. r k.
F. It. MI'AI'l.liINO,
Odell School House.
Come, wo can make you laugh. ) oung
man, ir your courage rails; youiiij laciy, u you
are Impatient, come. Beo how to pop Hie
question two way
Heeltnllon Ik-nm W yninn
Kri-luitlou ..... Albert Hlielley
aih'K rorriso the yumin.
Hv I'mnroiu) Comedy Co.. A. 1. l.Sd.
CuKtof C luumiterii Mr. Primrose, Miss vyin-
ler Blossom. Henry 1 liorntou, Hunbln, Alia
Diffln. El leu Murruy. l'luys 40 niln.
Kenilittlon neme Kemp
KcciUiUon ., Marguerite Hlieucy
The Poultry Club.
Hood River Poultry Club met Satur
day March 2. 0 The chicken cranks had
unite an interesting meeting although
not so well attended as it should have
been. A good and interesting paper
comparing the incubator and brooder
with the hen in poultry raising was read
by the first vice-president. The secretary
also punisnea tne ciuo wnn mm
ute paper on buildings and appliances
These papers were discussed and some
new ideas on these subjects were pre-
ntmt which may bo of value tothose
w ho participated." On account of the busy
season being at hand the next meeting
;n l held Mav 4th. The members of
.t. lK l.ovn lxin nffprmt a pretty good
thing in the way of raising pure blooded
fouls for one of the most progressive
poultry breeders of the state from eggs
that the breeder will ehip f. o. b. Hood
River. Members wishing to investigate
this are requested to see the secretary
How to Cure a t old.
To iMire a cold first stop eating. The
system ia overloaded with impuritfe
Vaki-k -That Uawai.. 1'at.
Cast. of Characters Put McNugaerty, n hnudy
servant: Mujor I'unjiieki-t. on hull pay
Chas. LIvliiKHlone, iioor but ambitions;
l.tiuru, niece to I'uftjurket, in love with
Charles; Nancy, her maid, in love will) rat.
may 50 in In.
curtain rises ai ho chick; aoursojien ni
Admission, Sic: under 14, I.V. 1'roceeds to go
for school rirum und fluff. He pntriotli; ln-l
Hie ool rimse along. Kemember the time
and "place Odell school liouse,riaturday even
ing, March Ut It.
Roll of Honor.
Pupils of Hood Ulver school neither absent
nor tardy fur mouth ending March 1, l'JUl;
AND DRESS BETTER.
The "better the Grade the better tho Trade.
These are the watchwords of Tho Royal Tailors, who are giving
the best fits and the best prices of any tailoring house we have ever
represented. They make a standing offer of t'10.000 for any one who
can find any ready-madu clothing ou salo on thoir lliiors.
f'heir suits are cut to fit and fit to wear anywhere. Their spring
samples are the richest, handsomest anJ cheapest out. They give ut
most attention to every detail not ouly of fitting but of quality of
everything pertaining to the garment.
All fabrics are thoroughly shrunk before tley are cut; they will
not shrink on you and leave you chewing tlie bitter cud of reflection.
We give tho most painstaking care and precision to every meas
urement. WE WILL FIT YOU.
If you nuns us you may miss a good fit. If you buy of us once
you w ill agaiiu
No sweat-shop labor.
YOU KNOW, Is not always easily attainable. Sometimes tho prion
is objectionable; often it is the quality, and occasionally DOTH are
We always try to liave liotli price and quality right. If wo can
furnish you a shoe that meets these requirements, we know you will
become a shoe customer of ours. The
C. G0T2IAN & CO.'S SHOES
Combine both essentials to a remarkable degree. We carried them
last year and are now restocking with the same make. Wo have
them in men's, women's, youths, misses and children's, and ask you
to examine QUALITY AND PRICE.
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
W Hi j M""
7 m(VZ SHOE To
V9t . f ...V
CORRECT S Q 5(1 SUPERIOR
iTS, CTY C A lUa m TV
THEY FIT THE FEET
Equal lo any IS Shoe on tha Markat
If yourdatLr Sow ! Ui'm. In.lrt m kirn .ttln
pair ftff )u. Hriy U.i U.bfcOuC lu Ek m ftli UM-
It Pinsiesota Shoe Go- st. paui hinn.
FOR SALE BY
bone & Mcdonald.
FIFTEENTH SATURDAY SURPRISE SALE.
gloves, buckskin, lined,
at 35c, Uit yours on Sat-
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY Gardening
soft and pliable. We. sell them regularly
urday for .Tic. e vo got uetter ones, also.
ARTISTS' MATERIALS This is a new department, ami we will make it in
teresting to all those who are artistically inclined. We carry Wind
sor & Nowton'a colors, brushes, etc.; Palettes, Academy board,
Plagues and all Other requisites.
New Arrivals Finishing braids, dress stays, dress shields, ball and socket
fasteners, collar springs, Scolding lock pins, etc.
Kiug's Cotton Thread, 2 spools for 5c, all numbers.
THE LITTLE STORE WITH LITTLE PRICE
IS STILL IN THE RING.
I am ls-tter prepared than ever to furnish my patrons
best goods in my line at prices as low as the lowest.
May mint Vtile.
? Word Koss.
Alillne Kurt mess.
Myrtle Howe, ,
Pine Grove School.
l'linlls neither tardy nor absent for the
monili endim? March 1. 1!H)I:
niunehe Harblhiui, Alphonse. Mohr,
r une uodiiisoii, i.izzic Aiour,
Marioii Nproat, Kdward LiiKe,
A n n a M o h r, W n rrc n W c 1 1 s,
Karl Thomas, Itory Collins,
Hester Harbison, 11 tigo Paasch,
(ire W'lnehell, Roy Sprout,
Churle Lage, Imiiiel Prulhar,
Areluie w liiuhcll, Irene sprout,
r reu ii leKeisou, ianys neurs,
!' red l'uHsch, Kuyinoiid Thomas,
Mattie ruiiKch, fleille Crosby,
Mike Mohr, Walter Wells,
Kdith hproat, I.ela Thomas,
Number pupils enrolled, ti2; number of days
taught, 20; number days' nttendatjee,l,I.l.
i. m. n. i'iiahtaix, l-rineipai.
Mils, M. U. Ukid, Assistant.
Mt. Hood School.
Punlla neither absent nor tardy for the
month of February:
Martin uribbie, v alter i.nrwooo,
Donald Larwood, Rollun Meyers,
iooi-(te Cooper, Floyd Hess,
May cooper, Jonn cooix-r.
Total euruiiinent, iu; avernse utienainee.iv.
TKOY BHKI.LKY, Teacher.
Followlne Is the report of the sehool for the
year ending March 1, 1001: Total number
weeks mniriit. w. nnnioer nays aiienuaiicr.
Wi:g; number days absence. 40-r, number times
tardy, il total enrollment for year, 50; present
enrollment, 3ri; averano dolly alU.-ndanee,
I'npiis neither taruy nor tiuseni uuring mo
Irene Miller, Annie TrlRgo,
Louis PritiKH, Susie Kelly,
Henry llackett, , Krma Lyons.
Advertised Letter List.
March 4, ISOl.
Daniels, Miss Kannie Cushmnn, Oils
Henderson, Miss K.ibel Hunt, V It
lioder, Mrs Sophia .lohnson.Chaa
Puller. K Nelson. C J
Cm-dice. Paul 2 Wakefield, Frank
Cummings, H Wilson. Frank C
Twonty-eight yeara of
Bticcessful shoe Yuilding
in five great factoriea rep
resents satisfaction t
millions of shoe wearers.
Every pair of Selz Men's
FinoSlioes fully illustrate
this fact. They make your
feet look well, no matter
what size you wear, and
combine the extreme" of
etyla with perfection of
HIGH QUALITIES LOW PRICES.
Look for the sign of " SeU' It
, marks the popular Dealer.
Sola shoes for Men, Women and Children are
Satisfactory Shocs-Price-Quality Comfort-
ask ros ,
Li.mssv.in" SHLZ, SCHWAB & CO., cnicago.
-KrtStae!" L.rSt Miaaheiurtn of Boot, ud Shoe. In th. World.
FOR SALE BY J. E. RAND.
m ana Kin n up
JJUU1U XMLUlUXlijW UlfcU UUllUUlt)
At prices that will save money for the buyer.
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING.
slrall open up noon the best and most complete line of WALL
TAPER that has ever toon shown in Hood River.
Floor Matting in new patterns. Fuller's Prepared Paint has mafle
(or itself an enviable reputation in this valley. I expect to carry a
larger tock of these goods than ever before,
A good stock of Trunks, Linoleum, Building Taper ana Furniture
always on hand. Yours for business,
W. E. SHERRILL.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to K. L. Smith Oldest Established House In the valley.
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Flour and Feed, etc.
This old-established house will continue to pay cash for all its
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
reasonable prices. ,
At Everhart s,
In Hood Ptlver. February 21, 1001, to Mr. and
and Mrs. P. Slnnott, a dautjuter.
At the. homo of his son-in-law, In Hood
Hirer valley, March 4. MM. M. O. Wheeler,
aged 72 years. 10 months and 21 days. Funer
al services were conducted on Wednesday at
W. It. Wlnau's residence by Rev. J. L. liersh
nor. Burial at Oak Grove cemetery.
Cone relational Church. Services will he
conducted next .Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 :S0 p.
ni. C. K. at 8:-15 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a
m. junior service at 3:110 p. ni. The public Is
Invited to attend tuese services.
Valley Christian Cnnrch. Sunday school
at 10 n. m. Prenehlnu at 11 a. m.: subject,
"The Purpose and Plans of God for the Evan-
eellf ation of the World." Endeavor meeting
at 6:30 p. m. Preaching at 7:30; 8 ubject, "Tem
perance. J. w. jenkins, pastor.
Colted Brethren Church Sunday school nt
10 a.m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. ij.e.
at 7 p. m. Prayer service Wednesday evening
at 7;:i0. Music by the orchestra every Sunday
evening. Next Sunday morning h luhllee
service will be held In view of the fact that the
church recently paid the remaining debt
against it. At the close of the service the
"bondaa miners" will be burned In the pres
ence of the congregation. Every member and
friend Is urfed to he prescut. 11. C. Shaffer.
Appointments, Belmont Charvre First Sun
day Pine (irove. It a. m; Crupper. S p. m.;
Belmont, i-..w p. in.
Second Sunday Belmont, 11; Crapper, 3;
Pine (irove. 7:.'t0.
Third Sunday Hosier, on the hill, 11;
lower school house, ,:. Fine Urove aua
Belmont supplied at 11.
Fourth Sunday Mt. Ilood, 11; Belmont'rSO.
At Belmont, prayer meeting each Thursday
evening, at i: junior leflgue.sunuav at :-t: s.i.
Sunday ,6:30. Ail invited. J. U. A I ford, pastor
M. F. Clinieh Sunday school. 10 a.
preaching, followed by class service, 11 a. ni.;
hnwortli league, h: ! p.m: preaching. i:l p.m
regular prayer meeting, Thursday evening at
1p.m. r. h. pnauiaing, pastor.
We have a peanut Koaster of latest witem
and can supply our customers with th best
quality of peanuts, fresh roasted every day.
Sample theiu tXJl.E UKAHAM.
. Blank Warranty Deeds for sale at th
f " w
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 Faint made.
HEADQUARTERS FOR BREAKFAST FOODS.
He has in stock
P. & V. Steel Cut Oat Meal, full weight, 10-pound sacks.
Pure Cream Rolled Oats.
Harbison's Whole Wheat Graham.
Five-niinnte Mush, Uolled Wheat. ,
Jumbo Mush, Rolled Wheat s
Grano and Yuco.
Malt breakfast Food, a preiligested food, made from barley Tnalt and
wheat, especially recommended for hi valuta and 9llvI,,af5ntHj .
The young man lows 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
That's the preacher's business.
They will need furniture, carpet, wall
aper and building material;
That s my business.
S. E. BARTMESS.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER.
Chas. N. Clarke, Agt., at the Glacier Pharmacy.
Go to him for pure fresh Drugs, fatent Medicines and Wall Paper. Prescriptions ana
Family Keel pes a specialty. '
Graining, Natural Finishing, etc.
Estimates GbatiS. " E. H. PICKARD.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
r.and Odico nt Vancouvor Vash., Jan. 29,
1301. Notice is hereby at ven that the fniiow-Intt-named
settler has tiled notice of his in
tention to make final proof In suuportof his
claim, and t hat said proof will be made before
W. II. rresoy. 1 nueu nuiies i.ommissioner
for district of Washlnirton, at his otlice In
Ooldendale. Washington, on Wednesday,
March 2d, 1901, viz: .
Homestoad Entry No. Oiii, for the south half
of northeast, quarter, northwest quarter of
southeast quarter, and lot I, section 1, town
ships north, ranire 10 east, Will. Mer.
He names the following witnesses 10 prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz;
Charles I,;Tolburn, of Husom P. O., Wash.;
John k. Kunkln, of White Salmon 1". O..
Wash.: Joseph Ami and William Coate of
Trout iJike 1'. O., Washington.
f 1 m8 W. K. HU XBAR, Hegister.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It isthelatestdiscovercd digest
ant and tonic No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relievesand permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gastralgia, Cramps and
all other results of Imperfect digestion.
Price 5oc. and ft. Lanre size contains SM timet
small size. Booh all about dyspepsia niailwlfre
Prepared by E. C DeWITT A CO., Cblcciaa
Dalles, Portland & As
toria Navigation uo.
Pally (except Sunday) between
The Dalles, Hood River, Cascade Locks,
Vancouver and Portland,
Touching at n ay points on both sides of the
Columbia ISIver. I
Both of the above steamers have been re
built and are In excellent shape fot tho sea
son of 1900. The Regulator line will endeavor
to Kive its patrons the best service possible.
For comfort, economy and pleasure, travel
bv the steamers of the Itenulator Line,
'riulles Cltv leaves The Dulles at 7 a. in
Tnmulav Thursday and Saturday.
Ileeulator leaves ul ( a. m. aionaay, n eu
fiesilitv mid Krldliv.
Ieiivo Portland 7 a. m.; arrive at The Dallos
Rn m A rnvA st Porlljind 4:110 n. m.
l'ortland onice, OaK si. DOCK. Hie wanes
otlice, Court street.
W. C. ALLAWAY.
AT C. L. ROGERS & CO. B.
Ladies Wool Hose - If
Ladies' Wool Hose
Box Writing Taper nnd Knvclones -
Children's Wool Hose 15, -'0 and 2oo
Little girls' Kid Gloves ')C
8 rolls Toilet Paner : ; '5
2 packages Jumbo Mush Ijj5
1 gallon l'rido of Oregon Syrup c
3 large Tencil Tablets .' Wc
Bovs Hats and Caps at cost. Children's Sleep Garments at cost.
And all kinds of supplies for
Proressional an! Aiateur PMoraliers.
Printing papers, card mounts, developers and toning solutions.
Prices range from $5 to $20 for Kodaks.
WILLIAMS & BROSIUS.
KTni:k. 'Hie Columbia Nursery is on hau
wain, as usual, with a laree stock of Fruit Trees
Ktraw berry Plants, and all kinds of Nursery.stock,
(Jet our prices auu see uiesioca.
r Hi' RATS-HAM
Timber Iand, Act June 3, 1878.1
NOTICE FOlt PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, The Dalles,
Oreiron. Jan. 5. HOI. Notice is hereby elven
tliat in compliance with the provisions of the
nr-t nf congress of June 3. IKS. entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lundBln the States of
fnliforn n. Oreston. Nevada and v asninaton
Territory," as extended to all the pubUc land
states by act or Aumist , iwi.
CLARA II. DAVF.NPORT.
Of Hiid Ulver, county of Wasco, state of Ore-
cm has (his dav riled in this office her sworn
statement, No. 175, for the purchase of the
southwest li of section No. at. In township
No. 2 north, ransre "o. 8 asl, Willnm
eite Meridian, and will ofTer pro"f to
show that the land sought Is more valuable
for Its timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish her claim to said
land before the Kegister and Keceiverof this
office nt The Dalles. Oregon, on Monday, the
anli duv i.f April, lain.
Mie names as witnesses: Frank Davenport,
F. K. Newhy and M. M. Davenport of Hood
Kiver, Oreeou, and G. A. Van Anda of The
Anv nnd alt persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims In this office ou or before said
29th day of April, 1!WI.
fluol JAY P. LUC A3, Iteg liter.
Timber Ijind, Act June 3, 1878.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
V. . Ijind Office, The Dalles, Oregon, Feb.
21. 1H01. Notice Is hereby given that In com
pliance with the provisions of the act of con
gress of June II, 178, entitled "An act for the
sale of timber lands In theMtatesof California.
Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all the public land aUitea by
act of August 4, i.shz,
MATTIE C. BONNEY
Of Hood River, count v of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, has on (Sept. 21. l'.0, filed in this office her
sworn statement No.li;s,for the purchaseof the
northwest !4 southwest 14, and southwest
northwest M of section No. 5 In township No.ii
north, range No. (east, W. M., and will otter
proof to show that tlie land socght is more
valuable for its limber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish herclalin
to said land before the lteglster and Iteceiver
of this office at The Dnlles, Oregon, on 8atur
dav. thellth day of May, liiul.
silie names as witnesses: Joseph Mays, Ed
ward Mavs amM'lyde ltonney of Hood Kiver,
On-gon, and A. A. ltonney of Tygh Valley.Or.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-descrioeU lands are requested to tile
their claims In this office on or before said
11th day of Uy, 1'.1.
mli3 J AY V. LUC.V9, Register.
(Timber Iji nd, Art June ,1, 1K7K.
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, Jan. 5, 1H0I. Notice is hereby given
tliat In cinipliancc with the provisions of the
act of Congress of June 3, 1S78, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lands In the Htates
of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washing
ton Territory," as extended to all the public
land states by act of August 4, ar,
KIlWAkll W. IlAV F.N POUT.
of Hood Ulver, county of Wasco, state of
Oregon, has this day filed In this office his
sworn slaU-ment No. 17. for the purchaseof
the nor.h northeast H 80,1 northeast i
northwest section "H, and southwest ;
southeast M section 29 in township No. 2
north, range No. M east, W. M., and will offer
proof to show that the land sought is ra'ire
valuable for Its timber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish his claim
to said land before the Register and Receiver
of this office at The Dalles, Oregon, on Mon
dav. theiyth day of April, 1-51.
He names as witnesses: Frank Davenport,
F. K: Ncwhy and M. M. Davenport of Ilood
River, Oregon, and Q. A. Van Anda of The
Any and nil persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested t Hie
their clf tms in this office on or before stud
2uih day of April. 1S01.
fliiallt JAY P. LUCAS, Register.