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3(ood River Slacier
FRIDAY, Al'CirST at, l!H)l
RIUKF LOCAL MATTERS.
lot! nt Jensen's.
Uriah lleep cigars.
Ice nt Cole A 'rahitm's.
Shingles nt Suvugo'H.
Fishing tackle, at Coe's.
Puints ami oils at Savage's.
liny your lime at Sherrill's.
Roof paint, fl per gal., at Savages.
Jolls' ice cream at Coo'd Saturday,
Pruthor & P.arneB liave moved.
Buggies and road wagon at Savage's.
We have Home bargains in groceries at
Shirt waists, full line, at I'.one & Mc.
Cream puffsevery Friday and Saturday
at the Royal.
A lot of white can rubbers, ft cents a
dozen at Savage's.
Always in stock, Best grade of lin
seed oil at ShcriU's.
9 For all kinds of harness supplies and
mending, call on C. Welds.
See the kitchen treasure and cuphoard
combined at Sherrill's.
Those iron Ik'1s nt Sherrill's are hard
to beat for the money.
Wanted To trade a bicycle for a pony.
Call at the (ilacier otlice. '
When you buy get ft Selz shoe; they
will make your feet glad. For sale at
Jensen's confectionery bus just re
ceived a tine assortment of choice chew
W'nen you want a good smoke, buy the
"Uriah IIu'p" cigar. For sale by all
Now is the time to take pleasure in
hammocks. Sherrill's is the place to
Note the Price. Stone jars, stone
churns, bean crocks nt 15c per gallon, at
.1. K. Rand's.
We have plenty of money to loan on
first class real estate for long term, Pra
ther & Karnes.
More Royal Ranges sold in Hood River
than any other. See them at Savage's,
headquarters for stoves.
We are closing out our stock of l'lanet
Jr gooits. (iet some of them before they
are all gone, at Rand's.
Bed bugs are holding indignation
meetings all over the valley, all on ac
count of Bartmess' iron bed steads.
Jensen's Confectionery the only
place in town where you can find natu
ral ice. Delivered free to any place in
Dr. F. C. Krosius bas removed to his
new residence at the west end of 0;ik
street, midway between the school house
and armory, and can lie found in his of
fice over Jackson's store between the
hours of 10-11 a. in., 2-3 ami fi-7 p. in.
Good cow for sale Inquire of (ilacier.
The (ilacier is indebted to K. C. Rog
ers for a mess of choice summer squash.
Leave orders for plain and fancy cakes
at the Royal.
Miss Ida Kell Roe retimicd to Ku
gene Tuesday morning.
Prather it Karnes' new office is fine
"block Fast in the old Champlin build
Miss Cora Copple returned Thursday
last from her term at the Portland busi
Mrs. George W. Dustin and children
of Portland visited with Mrs. J. W.
Raker last week.
Mrs. Charles Castner is assistant in
tbe post otlice during the absence of
Miss Agnes Dukes.
H. K. Rloeher brought to the (ilacier
office a sample pea vine grown on his
place that stood six feet higb.
(ieorge P. Massicer of tbe Fast Side
has purchased 80 acres on Neil creek of
P. Selling of Portland ;consideration,f"00.
liathing season now open at Collins
Hot Springs. Campers only. No ho
tels. Hunting & llosford, managers,
The )verson who took the big ladder
from the telephone building will please
return the same immediately. Tbe
owner lias use for it.
A subscriber asks the Glacier how to
destroy cabbage alibis and worms. Will
some 'one give him the information
through our columns?
Fd Loder of Portland, formerly of
Waverley, Neb , was viewing Hood Riv
er's fruit farms, Monday, as the guest of
(i.J.Gessling, hisold Nebraska neighbor.
W. K. Cole and family moved in from
Camas Prairie, Friday. Mr. Cole says
tbe forest tires near Mount Adams are
damaging a" large amount of timber.
R. A. Howell and family of Nicholai
will move to Ashland next month. Mr.
Howell has been troubled considerably
with rheumatism and makes tbe change
for his health.
A. C. Helms arrived in Hood River
last week from Iewisville, Ind., where
lie lias been sojourning for the past year.
He says the old lloosier state was too
warm for him this summer.
G. W. Fane and family left Tuesday
for Puget, Sound, where Mr. Lane ex
pects to secure a position in the sawmills
either at Seattle or Everett. Mr. Fane
came here three years ago from Wiscon
sin and has been lileman for the Lost
J. V. Koss of Zillali, Yakima county,
Wash., was a visitor in Hood River last
week. He liked tbe place well enough
to invest in real estate, and jairchased :0
acres partly improved land oi v nester
Sears, on t)ie Fast Side. He expects to
sell his farm in Yakima county and to
come to Hood River with his family.
Rev. J- L. Hershner and family, who
have been enjoying a .month at Astoria
and the beach! expect to reach home
about the 'iOth. They will visit at Cor
vallis before returning.
The following teachers received cer
titicates as the result of the examination
held at The Dalles last week : First grade
Flva J. Smith, J. M. O'l'.rien, MSnnie
Sehemgel, Cora L. Copple, Ida Kell, Ed
ward II- llartwig; seeo'tid grade Alice
M. Dodds, Content K. Elton, Lome
Bridges, Ruth M. Dutton, D. G. Cou
ncil, Grace Gamber, Ola Norman; third
rude -I.exie Strahan. Ortha- Waters,
Maggie Kelly, Vernon W. Cooke. Ar
villa Poor received a second grade stand
ing, but was under IS "vt ar.of age and
could not reveive a - certificate for that
grade under our statute.
Fruit represents money in Wasco
count v this season, there being a be Her
demand for it than ever before. A few
days ago II. F. Davidson of the Davidson
Fruit Co., of Hood River, was here and
engaged -0 tons of Kartlett pears of
James Snies and J. W. Koontz nt "f'-'O
per ton on board the cars hero. Hardly
had the contract Ihvii signed .when an
other partv offered fl'j per ton for east
ern shipment, and other fruits are being
contracted at like prices. Mr. Davidson
intends taking the pears t8 Hood River
for canning, he having a contract with a
New York tirm for more pears than can
1-e bad at llo.nl River. Mountaineer.
J. A. Knox, thesiimllpox patient in
the to n pest house, is getting along
nicely and is now going through the
period of exfoliation. The limit for the
appearance of cases among persons who
bad recived exposures has passed, but
as yet no new cases have developed, and
all danger of a further spread of the
malady is over. Medical authorities
have seriously questioned as to whether
the epidemic so prevalent in the West
for the past three years was really small
pox or not, but Dr. Shaw informs us
that the preiiondorence of authority
supports the idea that it is real small p x
but in a mild form. Small pox is not so
fatal as formerly, and by the anticeptie
treatment a patient may escape the
dreaded pox pits.
Davenport's planing mill, which was
burned to the ground last Thursday, is
being rebuilt. The total loss hv the' lire
amounted to about (7,.VM, with no in
surance. Th box factory will not lie
replaced at present, and only a tempor
ary covering will be erected for the new
planing machinery. An unfortunate in
cident of the tire was the absence of
water d'n the Hume at the time. A farm
er living along the Hume had unrightful
ly turned out the water the night before
and whs using it for irrigation. Had the
water been in the flume, the mill comp
any would have easilv saved fL',000
worth of cedar posts. The accident is
to be regretted, but it will afford a val
uable lesson to ot hers.
J. II. Filsinger, who owns Hi acres of
laud which formerly belonged to the
Hoggs' place, favored the (ilacier with a
sample of big potatoes that he grew
without fertilization on laud his neigh
bors told him would grow nothing unless
he fertilized it. Kut the potatoes show
bis informers to have been in error.
From nine Ml-foot rows Mr. Filsinger
dug L'5 bushels. The potatoes are a cross
between the Early Roe and the Early
Prather it Karnes moved into their
new office rooms in the Champlin build
ing, Wednesday. The old building has
been neatly remodeled and furnishes
now as neat otlice quarters as can be
found in the county. Prather tc Karnes
found things too cramped in their form
er quarter and were compelled to ex
pand with their business. The library
in charge of Judge Pratla-r lias also
D. McDonald and family have moved
into the bouse formerly occupied bv
Mrs. Kelle Koling. Mr. McDonald now
ow ns the same. W. II. Wharton w ill
move his family into the rooms over
Rone it McDonald's store, vacated bv
Madame Abbott, formerly of Salt
Lake City, having purchased' the Milli
nery stock of Miss Annie Mathews, will
"slaughter Prices" for the next thirty
days to make room for her new stock of
Fall and Winter Millinery and Ladies
Miss Lulu Thompson, sister to Mrs.
C. P. Ross, Mrs. J. Deledge and J. M.
Atkinson, of Portland, spent the week
with C. P. Ross and family, and Wed
nesday morning the party went out, to
(ireeu Point for a few days camping.
We have completed arrangements and
w ill have a large and complete line of
school books in time for the fall term.
Geo. V. Coo it Son.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Hone, and Mr.
and Mrs. Payton Davidson, left Wednes
day morning for an outing at Goer lake,
near Collins landing.
Mr. and Mrs. A. . Sliorterof Golden
dale visited the family of II. J. Freder
ick this week. Mrs. Shorter is Mr.
E. St. John and wife, who have been
visiting Mr. ami Mrs. Council for a few
days, left for Portland, Tuesday.
Master John and Miss Eva Council
are the proud posessors of a poney, a
present from Mr. E. St. John.
Carl Ross is in charge of the whole
sale warehouse of Kone Rrus. during the
absence of the latter.
Prather it Karnes have removed to
the Champlin building, cumer First and
Spring wagon for sale Inquire at
Madam Abbott's millinery parlors.
Millinery below cost at Madame Ab
bott's Millinery Parlors.
The social nt Mrs. Ration's has been
Full stock boys' and men's sweaters
Mrs. Louise ( ioddard went to Portland
See those boys' suits at Klowors'.They
are O. K. -
Miss Pilanche Flowers is at the coast.
W. II. I'ishop returned Tuesday.
Ml. Mood Notes.
James Knight is harvesting at Tvgh
A tine rain last week cooled the at
mosphere and great ly benefited all crops.
Our school house has been greatly im
proved bv a coat of paint, the work of
W. S. Gr'ibble.
The second crop of clover, now ready
to cut, will 'produce from two to three
tons per acre.
A forest lire on the east fork of Hood
river threatens to give the forest rangers
some trouble before it is controlcd.
H. II. Tonilinson's sawmill is in run
ning order again, and is in better shape
than before the breakdown. Mr. Toni
linson talks of getting a double saw and
a new carriage for bis mill.
The gates on the new dam were oper
ated for the first time last Saturday.
Everything worked satisfactorily, and
the workmen left the following Monday.
0. 11. Roades and son Levis were out
berrying one day last week when their
dogs treed a bear. An old German liv
ving near by came out to see w hat was
wrong. From his Gorman way of telling
it we understood him to s:iy : "Me got
in sidt iiml Rhoades vas ni onodree und
iter poy vas sliootin nm a , vnen iter
bear ciaims dow n nod runs away." Of
course we don't say this is exactly cor
rect, but il is the German's story.
(,'alzcrt Mill in tlie Lead.
Editor Glacier: In last week's issue,
you speak of the race between the Kai
ley Gatzert and the Regulator, Sunday,
on their tnp up the river. That the
Regulator left Portland a the same
time as the Gatzert and made the same
stops as the Gatzert, and reached The
Dalles three-quarters of an hour in ad
vance. Now, as a matter of fact, the
Regulator did not stop at either White
Salmon or Hood River on her trip up or
hack, a fact to which all who were on
the dock at the-e places can testify.
Moreover, the Gat.ert was loaded to the
rails, w hile the Regulator made the trip
light. Now the landings above ineiit
imied, together w ith those at Spragne
and Colons would make fully one hour's
difference in time. The friends of the
White Collar Line do not fear truth, but
do object to misrepresentations. Yours
for fair p'av, Phatiiku it Kahnks,
Xl'cnts of White Collar Line.
Don t hoi'fisUe
with temporary reli!"
from indigestion, kodol Dspepsia( ore
permanently and completely removes this
eomplamt. ' It relieves permanently be
cause it allows the tired stomach erf eft
rest. Dieting won't rest thcstomai'h. Na
ture receives supplies from the food we
eat. Tior sen.-ibie way to help the stomach
is to use Kudol Dyspeps'aCure, which di
gests what you eat and can't le-'p but do
von go; L ("has. V Clarke.
Exchange Your School Book Now.
State superintendent of public instruc
tion, J. IL Ackerman of Salem, while
on his way to l'astern Oregon, spent
Wednesday in Hood River with County
SuH-rintendent Gilbert. In conversa
tion with the (ilacier reporter, Mr. Ack
erman gave out the following informa
tion regarding the new text Isjok law :
"( 'irculars are now in press for the
county school superintendents for dis
tribution among the school officers of
the state. These circulars, which are
supposed to reach each of the four
school officers of each school district,
w ill cont'.nu the names of the books, tbe
kind of bindings, copyrights, exchange
price, introdiicton price and retail price.
I'heywill also contain that part of the
contract with the publishers explaining
t he meaning of exchange, introduction
and retail prices. The circulars. will
contain a list of the depositories in the
stati' the towns in each county where
the new school books may Is' purchased.
Kut it will not contain a list of the
dealer who w ill handle the Insiks. The
state board names tbe places and the
publishers name the dealer. Most,
if not a 1 1, of the publishers have agreed on
the J. K. Gill book company of Portland
as the distributing agent for the state;
hence all inquiries on the part of dealers
for handling the text book should be
directed to this company.
"Iiiinyopiiiion.it would be best for
the sclusil hoard to adopt the new lunik
for use at once, in order that they may
be able to secure the advantage of the
exchange price. Ordinarilly, pupils pur
chase their yearly school books in the
fall, and as the exchange price cannot
betaken advantage of after January 1,
It'll".', it is evident that if the school
board take t be full limit of the law
15 mouths after the adoption for the
introduction of the new liooks they
would lose the privilege of disposing of
the old books by exchange.
"The siiierin'tendcntof public instruc
tion w ill issue circular to teacher ex
plaining the distribution work of the
several text books among the several
grade. This will contain the list of
text book recently adopted, and copies
of either one of tbe circulars mav be se
cured by addressing the county school
superintendent, as the circulars will he
placed in his hands for distribution."
Mr. Ackerman was on hiswaytoat
tend the county institutes at Union ami
Lostino. Speaking of the recent legis
lative enactment compelling the attend
ance of teachers at county institutes,
Mr. Ackerman said:
"The district school boards are becom
ing es) hilly interested in teifcbers' in
stitutes. If a teacher, w hom a board
may employ, holds no certificate of at
tendance at a county institute, the dis
trict in which such a teacher is hired
w ill lose $.)of theeounty apportionment.
The amount i small, but it causes the
boards to put very searching questions
to the teachers as to why they do not
attend teachers' institutes. Teachers in
the habit of attending do not object to
the law in the least. Others may ques
tion its utility."
Superintendent Ackerman attended
the meeting of the national teachers' as
sociation at Detroit, this summer, and
he is quite sanguine over Portland's
prospects of securing the next meeting
of the association. The matter rests
with the executive committee., and their
action will depend largely upon what
the Portland people do in regard to fur
nishing the necessary funds, places of
meeting, etc. Tim association asks for
free headquarters in the best hotel in
the city, a free hall for place of meeting
and about $12,000 for expenses. About
10,000 teachers would attend the con
vention. Supplies Tor the Xiclmlai School.
The furniture and supplies for the new
school building at Nicholai in the Frank
ton district have arrived and will be
put into place this week. The school
house was iinished August 20th, the cost
for the building and furniture amount
ing to f"i00. The furniture and fixtures
consist of 1(5 double, automatic desks, 24
feet of hylo-plate blackboards, teacher's
desk and chair, stove, etc. The cost of
the furnishings: was ifll'0. School will
begin sometime next month, with Miss
Stella Brown of The Dalles as teacher.
The Frankton school district has al
ways looked after the interests of the
school patrons, and the building at
Nicnolai is one of the neatest and best
furnished little country school houses in
the county. The board of directors of
the Frankton district w ill have full con
trol of all matters relating to both
schools, and Superintendent Gilbert in
forms us that this furnishes only the
third instance in the county w here one
district supports more than one school,
the others being The Dalles. The pec
pie of the Frankton district are par
ticularly fortunate in having retained
the Nicholai settlement within the dis
trict instead of making the division as
was at first proposed. As it is, both
schools are better off financially, and
with the higher grades taught in the
the Frankton school it w ill be one of the
best districts in tin county.
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i lie county i-i.nooi ?u iiiM-imriiv in q
forms us that inasmuch as the Wasco
county teachers' institute will be held
at Thii Dalles, September 4th, 5th and
tith, and the school officers' meeting w ill
occur on the "th, the schools of the
county will not begin work until Monday,
September !Hh. This will afford ample
time for a nine months' term of school
to close the last of May. It is expected
that the officers' meeting will be well
attended by directors and school patrons
generally.n Hood River people who wish
to attend have been favored by the Reg
ulator line with a 50 cent round trip
rate. The trip can conveniViRly be
made in one day, as the meeting will be
held between (lie hours of 10 and 3.
Fll'rontry of lite Slicepnu'ii.
About 25,000 sheep are making life
weary for the settlers on the headw aters
of Neal creek. E. (.'. Rogers and boys
went up to their claim a couple of weeks
ago, expecting to harvest their crop of
three or four acres of w heat hay, and to
do other work about the place. When
they got there they found their fences
torn down, a herder's tent pitched in the
clearing, and 3.000 sheep devouring the
grain. Justly enraged at the scene, Mr.
Rogers pertinently remarked that the
sheep might be shot, when Hie herder
insultingly retorted that if there was
any shooting to be done he could do it
as well as anyone. The owner' of the
she-p was present, and was even more
surly than his herders. The sheepmen
were supplied w ith several kegs of beer,
and they evidently presumed themselves
the owners of the earth, when in truth
they haJ taken all in siyht.
The neighbors of Mr. Rogers have suf
fered likewise from the ravages of the
sheep. The farmers of the settlement
have been compelled to quit raising
stock as the sheep leave no range for
I hem. Such a state of affairs is to Ik1
deplored, and it is hiidi time the settlers
were protected in their rights.
By School Clerk. Heo. T. l'mthrr. fir 2 dozen
hioiims. :l gallons Carter's w riting fluid, 4 do,
eracer.s. Leave sample of good wilh bids,
lids close s o'clock, August Hist.
Pedigreed spick. Kor sale by
1, liCV WimiDWOHTH.
Shoe Snaps to Close.
Here are Home summer weight shoes that we desire to close out
and offer them at far less than their real value. , They are seasonable
ami it will pay you to invest in them.
Men's Klack Kidgo Lace, neat and stylish, regular f2.2-' now f2.
Men's Kangaroo calf, htee or congress, plain tK or cap, a good,
all around shoe for every day wear, and a good as you would exiect
at 2.25, our price, $2.
Men's tan willow calf shoe ft value at $2.50.
Men's tan Russia calf, leather lined, fr.i.50 value at f.l
A few pairs of men's ladies and children's tan vici kid shoes.,
broken sizes, at cost.
Ladie-' fine black Crepon dress skirts, $1.50.
Ladies' line, gray, homespun, dres skirts, $L50.
Ladies' fine, black worsted dress skirts, $2.25 to $:l.
You w ill not find any such values elsewhere. The goods would
cost you as much or more than we ask for the skirts.
Just in, 75 dozen Ladies' and Misses handkercheifs. We are con
fident that yon have never had so attractive a line to select from in
tow n, and the prices are surprisingly low.
Laces and Footing.
We now have in a new supply of laces at our famous anil popular
prices. We have never disappointed you in prices, and in laces, as
in other lines, we keep the retail price and cost niark pretty close
Exceptional values' in Men's pants, $1 to $2.50 to make room for
Fall and Winter goods.
THE PEOPLE S "STORE.
33d Saturday Surprise Sale.
SHEETING AND PILLOW TUBING.,
22c per yard, 0-4 fine quality sheeting, elsewhere 25c per yard.
lMc per yard 45 inch line texture Pillow Tubing. You'll need them for
winter, now's your chance.
So Lamp Chimneys, small size Macbeth. 0
10c Large chimneys you pay 15c elsew here.
15c Finest grade Rochester chimneys.
15c per pair, Children's and Misses' special school hose.
25c Men's and bovs' golf caps, all shades.
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES.
It I with pleasure that we announce that we have the exclusive ngenev for the
above high grade inai-lilne. The New llni iiitoiiiatic drop head I the perfection
of sewing machine arl. You raise the cover It dues the rest. We don't sell I hem at
agent's fancy prices, hut nt our own little prices. Come In n nil sec how nicely thcysew.
Machine Needles Machine Oil Machine. Fittings
THE LITTLE STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES.
GEO. T. PRATHER, FRFD K. KARNES.
1'. S. Commissioner and Notary Public.
PRATHER & BARNES.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
AIM, Commif , Real Estate, Money toLoan, tance.
Lots and Klocks for Sale. Taxes paid for non-residents. Township
Plats and Klanks in stock. '
Collins Hot Springs.
Colli'ns, Aug. 20, 1001. Hood River
and The Dalles seem to have emptied a
big part of their population at this
camping ground for the dog days.
About 200 persons are camped here,
with new arrivals every day. Among
the Hood River people your reporter
notes: Col. Hartley's family, J. E. Man
ila's family, Mrs. Flagg and Anna Jack
son, Prof. C. D. Thompson and family,
Ms Jas. Graham, Mrs. Kert Graham,
Mrs. G. E. Williams, Mrs. Josejili Mc
Gtiire. Mrs. Baldwin, Mrs. E. ilhelm,
M. P. Neff and w ife, Mrs. E. W. Wi
nans, Mrs. A. Winans, Mrs. W. P. Wat
son, Mrs. R. R. Erwin, Nellie Frwin,
Clara Erwin, Gertie Erwin, Mrs. Shute,
Lillie Shnte, Mrs. C. L. Rogers, Nellie
Rogers, S. F. Klvthe, Clara P.lythe, M.
V. Rand, Mrs. E. L. Smith, Miss Anna
Smith, Mrs. Elmer Rand and children,
Ernest Rand, Wm. Thompson, Miss
Thompson, Mrs. D. McDonald and chil
S. A. Knappand Mrs. Julia Knapp,
after a two weeks stay here, broke camp
on "Hungry Hill" and went home Fri
day. Mrs. S. F. Klvthe, Ned Klythe and
Miss Isabel Jakway were guests at
camp I rivohtv over hunilav.
Mrs. P. S. Davidson and Mrs. N. W.
Rone were guests of Mrs. C. D. Thomp
son, Saturday. They located their camp
ing ground but have not yet come to
occupy it. " -
Freddy Kell was the guest of Claude
Thompson over Sunday.
Miss Virginia Marden, of The Dalles,
is the guest of Miss Anna Smith at
Fo H. Button came in from his camp
Saturday and went home to spend Sun
day. W. P. Watson was a visitor Monday.
11. Ilenn, station agent at Cascade
Locks, is rusticating here for a few days.
Col. Harry Haines and family of For
est Grove are camped at the Wfllows.
Jesse Inibler is visiting his sister, Mrs.
Geo. Snipes, in camp at the Willows.
E. Quackenbush, who is summering i
at Hood Kiver w ith his family, visited
A. P. Kateham makes daily trips here,
coming on the morning boat and re
turning in the evening
I). McDonald spent Sunday with his
Hon. E. L Smith spent Sunday at
camo Kloh Nan aire
c ' . i- . 1; r i i l . ,t i
s-am Koplm and J. L. Gordon Stopped
here over Sunday on their way bonus,
from a fishing trip up Wind River.
A. Winans spent Sunday with his
Elmer Rand spent Sunday with his
h'jnily at Klosh Nanage.
Miss Ethel Entrican visited with Col.
Hartley's family from Saturday until
Miss Vera Jackson was a visitor over
Henry McGnire spent Sunday with
bis mother and sister here.
Mrs. L. Clarkw and Mrs. ('has. X.
Clarke were guests at camp Klosh Nan
Tbe proprietors of tbe purines are do-
ing t heir best to nceotnn,
comfortable ail w ho come, r rom 00 to
people are served w ith baths dailv.
The little store here keeps a good stock
j of supplies for campers. Putter and
I eggs, milk, vegetables and fruit can lie
purchased at reasonable prices.
Tbe boats of the Regulator line make
landings here but the P.ailev Gat.ert 1
The high winds Monday lashed the
river into furious waves and made the
steamer Shaver, creak and groan as if
she would go to the bottom. Big waves
striking the hull would sound some-
times as if the boat had struck a rock.
Passengers from Hood River felt greatly
relieved when the boat reached the
Mrs. E. L. Smith and Mrs. Elmer
Rand broke up camp and returned on
the Shaver Tuesday.
Seven Days nt the Carnival.
All the transportation lines in the
Northwest are arranging to give special
ly low rates to and from the Portland
Carnival, which runs from Sept. 18 to
Oct. lit, and the excursion tickets will
be good for 7 days. This is the longest
limit ever given on such tickets, and
will give people, ample time to see all
the sights connected with the great ex
position. With two full military bands, a mili
tary tournament, a horse show, athletic
sports, exhibits of mining, agriculture,
horticulture and manufacturing, a full
midway, fireworks and an array of
amusement attractions, the Carnival
w ill be one of the greatest events of the
season, and the admission fee is going to
be only 25 cents, 10 eerfts for children.
A t 1 'it.ll'l-ll'.Mwl LlkllllilW W'nuli A I1.rl-Ut -HI
hml, ( hailes, the 7-yetir n'ld hoii of Mr. and
Mis. .1 on it I'laikMiin.
At Nicholai, Dr., Auitust 17
Mis. Mark ('aiiieriin, a son.
V.m, to Mr. and
Key. Kixe of KiiL'pne Is eiinductlinr n revival
meeting in the Valley I'hristiiin church. The
imdienceN are interested and (lie meetings will
continue over Snndav. His siihiects Hmnlnv
w ill tie "The Three Links" and the "Supreme
Kpiseopal services at A. o. I". W. hall, Sun
day, n p. in., ny iiev. i,ane oi 1 lie uiilles,
! liy reunest, Key. Hell will preach Sunday
IIUH IlllIK. iSll1-!tf IflllSIl'
United lirethren Church. Sunday school a
: 10 . ni. ITeaeliing at II a. III. ar.d H p. in. C
K. at 7;:tU. Prayer service Wednesday even
i In" at S. II. !. Shiiltcr. pastor.
Valley Christian Church. Sunday .school
at 10 a. m. I'reaching at II a. in. Knfleavor
meeting m ,::). iTeuchinK at H:bi p. m. All
not worshipping elsew here are cordially in
vited to atlend these (services. Hev. Rose of
r.uifene will preach Sunday morning and
Congregational Church. Hev. V. K. Hell.
pastor of t lie Congregational church at As
toria, w ill conilnct tllvine service at 11 a. m.
C. K. service at 7::f0 p.m. All are cordially in
vited to attend tnese services
I Vrr.m inv itlm-p. .1 n 1 v klit a rfd eow with
white spot In forehead, one horn drooped:
i about S years old. Any Inl'onimtion as to her
I whereabouts w ill he liln-i a v rewarded. Ad-
I dri.s n. ,;. i,KAMl.li, Hood Itlver.
" vy? have a peanut itoaster of latest patern
and can supply our customers with the liest
quality ol peanuts, iresn roasted everv dav
Sample them. COl.E UKAHAM.
rninlier Land, ActJnne":l,Ts7H."
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
V. S. Land Otlice, The Dalles, Oregon, Aug.
l.i, pun. police is neri-ny given unit In coin
nlhmce with the provisions of the act of con
i gress of June H, lsTH. entitled "An act for the
sale of timber lands in thestatesof California,
! Oregon. Nevada and Washington Territory.
as extended to all the public land states by
act ol August i, ik'z,
KM MA F. BOXXKY
of Tygh Vabey, county of Wasco, state of Ore-
northwest 'i southwest (i.and southwest u
norttnvst !4 oi eenon mi. o in tiwmini.Mi.2
IlOflli, iniisr o rnpi, it...... uiiu .iiiioiht
i, roof to show that the land sought Is more
valuable lor its I iinber or stone than for ngri-
cuhurn! purposes, and toeslahnsh herelaim
tosnid land before the Kegister and Receiver
of this otlice at The linlles, iiregon, tin Mon
Uav. the asth day of October, lnnl.
she name; as witnesses: Clyde Bonney of
Hood Kiver. Oregon: A. A. ll-mney of Tygh
Valley, Oregon: Kit. Mays and Joseph Mays
of llisid Hiver, Oregon.
Any and alt persons clai mill' idversely ihe
alMive-dt scribed lands are requested to tile
their claims in this office on or before said
2sih dav ofOctoher hil.
ufA'Si JAY P. I.t'CAS Register.
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
Bone & McDonald.
f ;rr .
if y A
M i ..Ml
If TV C1
' ' W'M CORRECT
Welt VS V
WITH InVIUMII C . .S.
J. Manufactured kjV,.'
L t'-.ri C. G0TZIAN & CO . Prcn'n.
i tFhnnsasGia Shoo bQ st. swjl, bikm.
FOR SALE BY
bone & Mcdonald.
Shemll THE HOUSE FURNISHER.
Large assortment of Hammocks. Look at them.
75c and up.
Iron Pods, Intent design mid lowest jiricen.
PAINTS AMI OILS. The best is the cheupeHt. I Imvo them.
P.ni.niNti MATKlil.W., including
Wiliws, Doors, His Lip aoi Hair,
At Portland nrices.
A hirge assort mciit of WALL PAPKIi in new shades and designs.
Undertaking and Embalming.
(iet prices on anything in the Furniture line of nie before going else
w here. At niv old stand on Oak street.
W. E. SHERRILL.
For SPRAYING MATERIAL
Call on Clarke.
For PURE FRESH DRUGS,
Call on Clarke.
For all kinds of PATENT MEDICINES,
Call on Clarke.
For WALL PAPER,
Call on Clarke.
For ANYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE,
Call on Clarke.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
t& Agent for the SIIEKWIX-WII.I.IAMS
h : , " fejf
vfil !vilIWAv tvf W1" llt'i''1 flln'i,"'1', carpets, nail
' if I llj3HW'-W'Iy pnjt?" mid building material ;
That's my business.
I TNKItAl. mRKCTOP. AND F.M HA
Tiiiilicrl.iinfl, Act June:!, 1XTS.
NOTICE FOR ITIiLlCATIOX
t'nlli'il statiK Land ( itlioe.Vnnooiiver.Wiisli.,
July VI, limi. Notice is lii rchy Riven that III
compliance wit li the provisions of the act ol
conurcss of June M, 1H7S, entitled "All act for
the sale ol tlintier lamls in lie slates ol ui
fornla, OrcKon, Nevniln nml Washington Ter
ritory," hh cxlemleil to all the public lanil
state's hv net of Almost 4, M'i,
KOHKItT K. ( OX,
Of Trout Luke, connly of Klickitat, stale ot
Washington, has this clay lllcd in this otlice
his sworn stiiteini nt. No. 1SI, lor the pur
chase ol the noli henst, 1.4 soiilliiasl i4seelioii
1.1, township 1") north, ranne 10 east W. M .. anil
lots 1, ol section No. IS, in township No. ,"1
north, ranste No. 11 cast, W. M., ami will oiler
proof to show Unit the land sought Is more
valiialilc for its timber or slonc Ilian for iitjrl
tiillural purposes, ami tiM-stahlish his claim
to sail) lanil before the Kcisistcr and Itecelver
of this olllee, at Vancouver, Wash., on Tiles
dav, Ihe l.ilh day of October, Imil.
lie names as witnesses: Miriam 11. lirooke
of Portland, Ol'.; Joseph V. Iteed and Klbert
l 1'i'els of Trout ljikc, Wash.; A. W. l.ahdcll
or I'oi lland. Or.
MIRIAM '!. liliOOKi:,
Of Portland, county of Multnomah, stale of
Oreuon, has Ibis day tiled In this olllee his
sworn statement, No. 2'JS."), for the purchase of
the east J'2 norl beast southwest 1 north
east '4, ami northeast !4 soul beast f4 ol section
No. 17, In township No. (i north, range No. 11
east, VV. M.. and will offer proof to show Unit
tlie land soimbt is more valuable for its tim
ber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish bis claim to said land iH lore
the Hi'Klslcr and Receiver of this olllee ut
Vancouver, Wash., on Tuesday, Ihe Kith day
of Octtibcr, 1!MI.
lie names as witnesses: Hubert K. Cox, Jo
seph V. lieed and Klbert ('. l'eels of Trout
Lake, Wash., mid A.W. Liibdellof Port Innd.or.
Any and ail persons claiming adversely Ihe
above-described binds are requested to tile
their claims In this olliee on or before said
Kith dav of October, IIKI1.
Jyliisai W. K. mJSHAtl, Heeister.
ITiniber Land, Act Jiine:l, 1S7K
NOTll'K FOU PUIUJC 4TIOX.
I'nited states Land Olllee, Vancouver .Wash. 7
June 31, IIKIL Notice is hereby given Unit In
compliance with the provisions of tin: act of
congress of June .1, 1S7S, entitled "An act for
the sale of timber lands in the slates of l al
Ifornia. Oregon, Nevada and Was'hington Ter
ritory," as extended lo all the nili I i- land
states 1V net of Aiciust t, wri,
AIITUrit t Sl'l Ill.INO,
Of The Dalles, county of Wasco, slate of Ore
gon, has this day Hied in this olliee bis sworn
statiMiniit, No. !H, for the purchase of the
south southeast 4, southeast t southwest
y4 section !, and southwest Ij southwest of
section No. 10, III township No. a north, range
No. ! east, W. M., and w ill otter proof lo show
that the land sought is more valuable for its
timber orstonethan for agricultural purposes,
and to establish bis cliflm to said land before
tbe Itegister and Hec-iver of this olllee at
Vancouver, Wash., on Thursday, the llh day
of September, Hull.
Hellenics as witnesses: Frank O. Connelly
of The Italics, Or.; Thomas W. Lusk and Hugh
I.usk of Chcnowit h, Wasii.; and I 'lias. J.stuli
lingorThe Dalles, nr.
CHAKLKS J. STI'MLING,
Ol The Dalles, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, lias Ibis day tiled in this otlice his sworn
statement, No. &!(.-. for the purchase of the
north northeast l4 section !i, and north 't
northwest i,4 o( section No. 10, in township No.
3 north, range No. !t east, W. M.. and will oflCr
pnsif to show that the land sought is more
valuable for Us limber or slon than for ngri
cultura purisises, and to establish bi claim
to said lanil before t lie Register and Heceiver
of this iitlic: a( Vancouver. Wash., 011 Thurs
day, the llith day ol Septemlier. hull.
He nam. -s as witnisscs: Frank (i. Connelly
of The Dalles; Thomas W. Lusk anil Hugh
Lusk of Chcnowith, Wash.; and Arthur C.
Slab, ing of The Dalles, t ir.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-di-seribed lands are reipiested to file
their claims In this otlice on or before said
lth dav of September. H'l.
e-.Niuil W. R, Dt'NBAR, RcgMer.
SHOE for WOMEN.
$ 3 50 SUPERIOR
SHOE for WOMEN.
FIT THE FEET iSfi
Equal to any $5 Shoe on the Market
"u - .--. 1 1 u .i. .... ..
The young man loves the voting woman ;
Tl.. '.. I.;., l : . r t
l B 111S OUSIIIOSS.
young woman loves the young man ;
J lie voting man ami young woman get
That's the Drencher's business
I.M Kit. S. E. BARTMESS
ITImber Land, Act June:!, IS7S.
XOTTtK FOU PUBLICATION.
I'nited Stales Land Otlice, The Dalles, Ore
gon, July 17), linn. Notice Is hereby given
that In 1 ipiianee with Ihe provisions of lin
net of Congress of June :), ls,S, entitled "An
act for the sale of timber lands in tin- Slates
ol California, Oregon, Nevada and Washing
ton Territory," as extended lo nil tin- public
land slates by act of August 4, ls!r., Hit-following
persons liave tiled in tills olllee llielr
sworn statemenis, vl,:
SALIN A M. I'll IR.M AN,
Of 'ihe Dalles, Wasco county, Oregon, Sworn
Statement No. ISO, tiled April 7, l!H)l, lor the
purchase of the northeast i;, of section :!;,
township I north, range !l east, W. M
CHltlSTINK A, PlllItMAN,
01 The Dalles, Wasco county, Oregon , Sworn
statement No. pm, tiled July Hki, ,,r the
purchase of (lie southwest 1, section ;i'l, town
ship I north, range II east, W. M.
That they will otter proof to show Unit the
land sought is more valuable for Us timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, anil to
establish their claim lo said land before the
Register and Receiver of this olliee at Hie
Dalles, Oregon, on Saturdav, I he Jlsl dav ol
They name as witnesses: Siilina M. Phlr
mnii, J. II. I'll i 1 11 1 ii 1 1 , HVitry lloyen and Chris
tine A. Phiriiinn of The Dulles, Oregon, and
William Hand of Hood River, Dreg
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described hinds are rciiiesled to tile
their claims in tins olllee on or belore said
21st day of September, UNI:
Jyls2ll JAV P. LL'CAS, itegister.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Otlice lit Vancouver, Wash., Julv -J-J,
11KII. Notice is hereby given that the t'oilow-Ing-naiued
settler bas tiled notice ol his in
tention to make final proof in support ol his
claim, and that said proof will be made
before I be Kegister and deceiver 1'. s. Land
Olllee at Vancouver, Wnsliliigtoii, on Fri
day, September (i, Hull, viz:
Of Lyle P. (., Waslrnglon, who made II. F..
No. 1W-V.I, for Hit norlliwest ipinrter of section
17, to .vnship ;i norlh, range lUeast, W. M.
He names tbe I'ollowjiig witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and euiljva
tion of said land, viz:
Christian Dickson, James Morgan, James
llotsford and Hiiskin Trabue, all of Lyle P.I 1.,
V. P.. Dt'NHAR, Register.
NOTICE. FOH PUBLICATION.
Land Olllee at The Dulles, Oregon, July II,
1001. Notice is hereby given thai tbe following-named
sett-!er has riled not ice of his in-,
teiitinn to make tiual proof in support of ids
claim, and that said proof will be made before
the Itegister and Receiver at The Dalies, ore
gon, on Tucsdav, sep.euihcr .'1, Pml, viz:
MA 'I'll KW Dl TV,
Of Mosler, Oregon, It. K. No..iL'IS, for the uesl
half southeast uuarler, northeast iuartcr
southeast ijiiartcr and soiilhwe.t 'jiiio-Ici
nort beast (piarter section 121, tovnsiiif J nor: it,
range II east, W. M.
He names the billowing witnesses To prove
his continuous residence umui and cirltiu
tion of said land, viz:
W. K. Huskcy, rgo Wood, Andrew I'ra
tbar and l Imrles Pralbar, all of Mosjer, Or.
JylHiri JAY P. LFCAS, Register.
In the County Court of the Slate of Oregon
for Waseo C011111 v.
In the matter of tbe estate of Samuel Mc
Cartney, deceased; Notice is hereby given
that Hip undersigned has been apiioinled ex
ecutor of the last will of the above-muni-.l
Samuel Mi-CarttJ-yy, deceased, by order dnlv
made by tbe County Court aboe named: anil
all persons having claims against md esime
are hereby notified to present the same, w il b
roier vouchers and duly vei ilied. to 1 1 1 i-iii t
executor, at the olliee of A. A. Jay lie, in Hood
River, in said Wasco county, within six
months from date of this notice.
Imted August. l:il.
C. I.. liOOF.RS, Fyieutor,