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3fcod Iiver Slacier
FRIDAY, AL'til'ST ISO, 1'inl.
IHtlEr' LOCAL MATTFKS. "
TablctH ut Coc'h.
IVni'ilH ut CWh.
Uriah Ilecp cigars.
Fruit paper ut Cot:'.
Ice nt Colt! & (iridium's.
ShingloH at ttivage'M.
1'aintH ami oiln ut Kavnge'H.
Lunch baskets ut Coe'n.
liny your lime ut SlierrillV.
New lino wlyjol tablets at Coc'h.
Hoof paint, f 1 per gul., ut ,uviigcH.
Jolls' ice crcavti ut Coo's Saturday.
(lot ymir school supplies at ('ni'V.
iood cow or Hale Inquire of (ilitcier.
lluggios ami Mini wagons at Savage's.
Coc'h will exchange your school bonks.
Vi' have Homo bargain in groceries ut
Sen those 1)ovh' Kit i t k at I'llowcrs'.Thcv
are (. K.
r nil stock Imvs. ami menu sweaters
Shirt waists, full line, at Itone it Mc
Donald's. Call on C Welds for your harness: am!
A lot of w hite can rubbers, 5 tents u
dozen at Savage's.
Always in tock. Best grade of lin
aoed oil at Slierill's.
Tor all kinds of harness h u j 1 i -h and
mending, call oil ('. Welds.
School luniks ami tablets at Ilriul Icy 'c
hook ami stationery More.
See the kitchen treasure and cupboard
combined at SherrillV.
I'av your water rent September 1st to
I'ratiier A Harnen.
For bargains, go to ('. Wolds' harness
and shoe simp.
Iluzclwood creamery butter nt the F.u
reka meat market.
Those iron beds, at SherriU's are bard
to beat for the money.
Wanted To trade a bicycle for a pony.
Call at the (ilacier otlice.
A full line of home made taffy at the
Cloud Cap Inn confectionery.
School hooka and supplies at the book
ami stationery store of H. K. ISrndley.
When you buy get a Selz shoe; they
w ill make your feet glad. For sale ut
Jensen's confectionery has just re
ceived a line assortment of choice chew
Wiien you w ant a good smoke, buy the
"Uriah lleep" cigar. For sale by all
Now is the time to take pleasure in
hammocks. Sherrill h is the place to
Note the Price. Stone jars, stone
chums, bean crocks ut 15c per gallon, at
J. K. Hand's.
A fresh line of chocolate and Italian
creams anil bon bons received by Jen
sen the confectioner.
1'repare for school by making an early
exchange or purchase of school hook's
at I'nulley's book store
We have plenty of money to loan on
first class real estate for long term. I'ra
tiier A llarnes.
Regular established price allowed in
exchange of school hooks at Itradlev's
book and stationery store.
.Afore Koyul Hanges sold in Hood River
than any other. See them at Savage's,
headquarters for stoves.
We are closing out our stuck of Planet
Jr goods, tiet some of them before they
are all gone, at Hand's.
l'.ed bugs are holding indignation
meetings all over the valley, all on ac
count of Hart mess' iron bed Heads.
We have completed arrangements and
w ill have a large and complete lino of
school books in time for the fall term.
, ( ieo. F. Coo it Son.
Mcliiiirc Bros, of the Eureka meat
market have arranged voith the Hazel
wood Creamery Co. of Portland to han
dle the famous Ila'elwood creamery
butter. MeUuiro liros. will have the
same on sale, hereafter.
1'r. F. C. I'rosius has removed to his
new residence at the west end of Oak
street, midway between the school house
ami armory, and can be found in his of
fice over Jackson's store between the
hours of 10-11 a. in., i?-:i and ti-7 p. m.
It. F. Pelieu finished up the work last
week on Chris Dethman s if 1,100 house
on his place on the Fast Side.
Miss Virginia Marden, after a visit
with the family of lion. K. L. Smith,
has returned to her home at The Dalles.
People coming in from the country
can tind a place to rest at the tea room
of the Hoval where a cup of tea or coffee
w ith sandwich or cake may be had for a
dime, (live the Royal a call.
People in the Crupper district realize
that there is money in late strawberries,
and are increasing their acreage in plants,
(i. A0McCurdy is setting out an acre
and a half; Will ("rapper will set three
or four acres; W. II. Perry is preparing
tn set out an acre on K. K. Lyons' place.
C. M, Sissim and family left last Fri
day night for Palotiso, Wash., where Mr.
Sisson goes to take the principalship of
the pilblie school. The school has an
enrollment of 500 pupils, with nine
teachers, and does high school work
which admits its graduates to enter the
state university at Seattle,
The examination for teachers' certifi
cates being identical in the various coun
ties of the state, county superintendents
extend the courtesy of grading papers
written in their county and forwarding
them to the county desired fur granting
of certificates. In the recent examina
tion Miss Kate Davenport wrote in
Multnomah and was granted a -tirst
grade certilicate in Wasco county.
P. I). Ilinrichs reports as follows to
the Crop and Weather Bulletin for the
week ending, Monday, August L'lith:
"Everything needs rain, except hay,
which is drying very fast, and a few days
after being cut it is being put in the
barns or in stacks, Some early corn is
now ripe, but little is raised here. Early
potatoes are now ripe; they yield well.
V.arly apples are scarce."
Mrs. P. F. Davidson, widow of the late
Captain Davidson, returned Sunday to
Ilood River, after an absence of eight
weeks at I jiCrosse,Wis. Barton David
Davidson accompanied her. Mrs. Dav
idson w ill remain in IIoodRiver.The heat
in Wisconsin was something awful. For
three weeks the mercury never fell be
low !0. The maximum temperature was
lit!, and during one whole night the
temperature tanged 103.
Walter Faulkner, formerly of Hood
River but now of Roseburg, was in tow n
last Saturday. lie was returning from
an extended'trip in Eastern Oregon and
Washington as a-jrent for a tyia-writer.
Mr. Faulkner will graduate from Pacific
university, at Forest Orove, next June,
He was a memlier of his college debat
ing team this sprimr in their contest
with Willamette university. As man
ager of his college football team, Mr.
Faulkner is busy arranging a series of
irifliie? for the coming season.
Through tin! courtesy of Mr. O'Neil,
the purser on the I'.a'ilcv (iatzert, the
(ilacier reporter had a pleasant trip tip
the Columbia, hist Sunday. The Sev
enth Regiment hand, front' Vancouver,
was aboard the steamer and rendered
Homo good music. The (iatzert was
crowded with excursionists, many of
them Eastern tourist , who were delight
ed with the grand Columbia river scen
ery. Tim remark was i'rvUcntlv heard
that the scenery yt the Columhia sur
passed in ruggedness and grandeur that
of the far-famed Hudson. The Sunday
trips of the liailey (iatzert are not pat
ronized by the usual order of iNmuhiy
excursionists, and they afford the best
class of Portland people mi excellent op
portunity to enjoy the scenic attractions
so near their doors. The service and
meals furnished aboard the steamers of
the White Collar Line are first class in
A. A. Bouncy, the Wasco county stock
inspector, returned Monday from i it trip
to Antelope and Tygh Valley. In the
Antelope country, Mr. Iloniiey found
the range horses badly affected with the
mango. Ho says the stockmen will have
to build vats and dip the hordes like
sheep, in order to rid the animals of
tht! disease. The presence of mail 'e
among the range horses of Wasco county,
says .Mr. Bouncy, undoubtedly came
from contact with fhe Indian ponies,
whit h are very foul with the disease on
both the Warm Spring and Simcoe
reservations. Mr. lionney rejmrts the
wheat crop in Wasco county to be the
best for years, and the prospects are
that the farmers w ill receive good. prices
for their grain.
H. Menu, station agent at Cascade
bocks, is rusticating in Hood River.
Saturday last he made, the trip to Cloud
(aplnnon his bicycle, and the next
day he made the ascent of the mountain
two-thirds of the way to the top. Mr.
Ileiili reports that the thunder storm ut
lt. Hood, Sunday night, was quite
heavy. The storm swung around the
southeastern side of the mountain, and
the frequent Hashes of sheet lightning
that shot athwart the heaven stretched
for miles along the horizon and afforded
a very brilliant electrical display, far
grainier and imposing t ban any artificial
tin-works could possibly be. During in
termissions of the rain storm the rays of
tht! moon appearing through the clouds
formed a regular rainbow .
Captain A. S. I'.loweis will leave next
Monday for liuffalo. lie will go bv way
of the Canadian Pacific to Fort Will
iams, on Lake Superior, w here he will
take steamer for Toronto. Springdale,
:t0 miles south of Buffalo, is Captain
Blow erV old homo, which he has not
seen for T.l years. While in the East
the captain will go to New York, where
he will purchase a slock of dry goods, for
the store of A. S. Blowers it Son. On
his return he will visit his mother at
St. Paul. Tht! captain will take lid days
for the trip.
H. ('. Judson, the O. R. it N. indus
trial agent, accompanied by Captain E.
Ilolhiigsworth of the tratispacilie liner,
Inilrapura, now loading at Portland for
Yokohama, came up Sunday on the
I'.ailey (iatzert, and were driven up the
valley to W. A. Slingerland's place,
where they sampled some of Ilood Riv
er's famous apples. The gentlemen were
accompanied by their wives. Captain
llollingsworth intends, on his return
front the Orient, to make our valley a
more extended visit. Mr. Judson thinks
there can be a good market developed
in Japan for Oregon apples.
Clyde T. P.onney and family are now
living on the lionney dairy ranch in
Tygh Valley, where Mr. lionney expects
to stay for a couple of years, he having
retired for the time being from active
participation in business in Ilood River.
The lionney dairy ranch consists of 1,500
acres, and is one of tht! best, dairy farms
in the county. There is plenty of water
for irrigation, and considerable quanti
ties of alfalfa are grown. .Mr. lionney
has nil extensive dairy business with
about 45 milch cow s.
The Reciprocity store has recently
boon reincorporated under the firm
name of Ilood River Commercial comp
any. The members of the new firm are
A, A. lionney, Miss Emma lionney and
Ed Mays. In addition to t ho company 's
meat and grocery business hero, it is ex
tensively engaged in the wood business
at.Wyetli. Mr. lionney linds it impos
sible to retain his wood choppers during
the summer, as most of them prefer a
change ami have gone to the harvest
fields of Eastern Oregon.
Considerable building is being done in
the Crupper district. J. R. Kinney, w ho
recently finite here from Ohio and pur
chased 5 acres from E. K. Lyons, is
erecting 2tx2(i dwelling. E. E. Lyiftis.
is adding a porch and kitclien to his
house. Henry Prigge is building a 20x40
wooilhouse and cold storage collar. A
number of newcomers art: planning to
build houses this fall.
Mrs. Herald Weis of Mosier was se
verely injured in tht! face and shoulder
in a runaway accident Monday after
noon. She and her 12-year-old son were
going dow n the east grade of the Mosier
hill when their team started to run.
Mrs. Weis jumped, but heo:-on held to
the lines till the team came to a stop
going up the opposite hill. Dr. lirosius
attended the injured woman.
Noble it Eastman, assisted by D. X.
ilyerleo, have just completed some ex
tensive additions to the residence of J.
II. Shoemaker, four miles smith West of
town. The improvements en Mr. Shoe
maker's house make the building 2t:!H
on the west and 14x10 on the east.
Prather it l'.urnes this week sold
feet of the north side of their half block,
corner t 'aK anil r irst, io i;eu i t. o., mo
liverv linn. Mr. Haiiin-s informs us that
theyjwill erect a dwelling house on the
same block, just east of (lie building
now occtipieti hy J. ,J. l.ucKey.
Rev. Rose, who has been conducting
meetings in the Valley Christian church,
was eonipelletl to return to his work in
Eugene, and the meetings closed Tu.s
day evening in the midst' of a good inter
est. Seven persons were added to the
church during the meeting.
Win. F. Cameron of Ashland, Oregon,
a recent arrival l'r.nn the Fast, is desir
ous of purchasing a pleasant hoiife in
Hood River. Those having hind to sell
should correspond with him.
Cook it Cox completed a dwelling
house, last week, for H. L. Howe, oji his
lots on the serpentine road above town.
Thev also finished a wood shed, IS x 2(,
1 '.j stories, for D. McDonald.
Miss Ilortu Gray of Marciiain, Oregon,
who has been visiting her uncle, Pro
fessor C. D. Ti.omp"oii. for the past
three months, left on the I'ailey t iatzert,
Thursday, for her home. .
Miss Winifred Marsh and mother of
Forest Grove were with a party of
campers at Underwood and boarded the
sAoamor Shaver Monday morning for
Miss Isabel Jakwav, alter a two
week's visit with the family of S. F.
I Wythe, returned to her home hi Port-
land, last Saturday.
Prather it liurnes, have been appointed
collectors Mr the Spring Water Co." so
pay your water rent to thorn Sept. 1-t.
W. T. HanshiOrv is building a dwel
ling house on bis lots in Hull's addition :
W. J. Cumplicll having the contract.
lion. E. E. Smith will leave next
Tuesday with the Telegram excursion to
During the thunder storm, Sunday
night, lightning struck n tree near the
powerhouse of the Electric Eight ( o
The lightfiiin: communicated with the
electric w ire ami burih out a fuse block,
which put the lights out in town. Hit!
company has three lightning arresters
in town, but heretofore has had none at
the power house.
Mrs. Allen 1'iilton sent a blooming
cactus of the "Texan Beauty" variety to
the (ilacier olnce that was a beauty, no
mistake. 1 ho cactus, itself, was about
the size of mi apple. Tht! stem of the
flower stood six inches high, and the
blossom, which was of a rich, creamy
white, measured three inches across.
ll.C. Iiatchainof the Columbia iiur
serv came to town Wednesday with a
crate of egg plums for shipment to tht
liuffalo exposition. While ordinary
plums require, three layers of five plume
ov six to nil a box, two layers, of It
each, of these plums filled a basket.
1 lie Eureka meat market keeps con
stantly on hand a choice assortment of
fresh meats, vegetables, creamery but
tor, eggs, etc. The market phone uiiiii
her is Main '15. All calls given prompt
attention, and goods are delivered free
to any part of town.
William Carlisle and two daughters,
Moiilit! and Ethel, of Atchinson, Kalis.,
w ho have lieen visiting S. E. liartniess
ami family for the past two weeks, rt
turned, Monday, to their home in tin
East. Mrs. liartmess accompanied them
Jasper ickbam killed a porcupine on
his place Tuesday night. The animal
was feeding in his clover patch at the
time and .Mr. Mckliam dispatched him
with the scythe. The porcupine weighed
1.) or 'M pounds
The hlaoklierrv crop fell short of ex
pectations. R. M. Hunt gathered but
.mi crates troni ins paten that last year
produced 150 crates. The Kaiser bovs
and the McCuistians also bad less than
half a crop.
Saturday Manager Craiidall let the
contract for 150,000 feet of lumber for
The Dalles street carnival anil fair, to
Davenport lims.' Lumbering Company
ot Itooil liiver,
William Allen left Sunday night for
Pendleton with a crew of men, where
he will take charge of a pile driver for
the railroad company.
.Missiirace r.ari, alter a two-months
visit with S. E. liartmess and family,
returned last week to her home in Atti
(i. I',, liiiwernian and family movet
onto the old Rankin place at Whitt
Miss Lucil'! Roberts will attend tht
Oregon agricultural college at Corvallis
this w inter.
Maj. J. S. Hoot It and a party from Mt
Hood made the trip to Lost Lakedurin
Dr. and Mrs. M. F. Shsw loft Sunday
for their new home at Ashland.
J. W. Council left Thursday on his
return to Portsmouth, Ya.
Water rent due September 1st.
to l'rather it lianios.
Having purchased the entire stock of
Sam McCartney nt a great reduction
from regular prices, I wish to place the
same on sale, commencing Saturday, at
8 a. in., at sweeping reductions in all
ines in stock, comprising dry goods,
Pnotions, furnishing goods, shoes, gloves,
hosiery, etc. .Mv goods tint your prices
F. A. CRAM.
Mt. II. mil Nolo.
II. S.. Richmond went to Hood River
last Monday to work for L. D. Roved.
Robert Cooper of 1 he Dalles is visiting
his brother, 1. K, ( ooper of Mt. IIoo
W. S. Grihhle and Mr. liooth of Hood
River took a party to lost Lake last
All the siyond crop of clover in this
vicinity has been cut. Most of it has
been hauled in and is now safe from
rain, though there is yet some in shock,
A forest lire has been running in the
reserve north of Mt. Hood and west of
the middle fork for the past week,
and is destroying some of the best fir
ami cedar timber to the north of Mt.
Ilood. The ranger's attention should
he called to it at once.
Mt. Hood affords the best place for
boar hunting in Oregon. One day last
week, Sin Fonts and his friend found a
whole shot gun full and one more. They
ran one of the smaller ones into the gun
and shot it out against u tree, killing it
quite dead. Thev are not out for small
game. Only hear ami deer go in their
Ilert Sandman and Peter lVldhansen
spent several days at Lost Lake last
week. Mr. Foldhausen went to hi
mines the llrst of this week.
G. 1. ooilwortti s tiny press was m
the 'alley last week and haled some
thing less than 100 tons of hay for our
several farmers. I..
0. R. & N. Track Improvements.
The contractors doing improvement
work on the O. R. it N. between The
Dalles anil Ilood River expect to hire
500 more men. The work of improve
ment exteiuls hot only along the line in
Oregon, but includes much bridge filling
in Washington ana litaho. lietween I he
Dalles and Rowena there are eight
camps, lieside one at Ilood liiver and
one at lirulal Veil, the roughest part
of the road being between The Dalles
and Rowena, the most important work
v. it 1 1 be done in that section. lietween
The Dalles and Hood River there are
fortv-uiyht curves which will be reduced
to fifteen. The total saving in curvature
will be over 000 degrees, or better than
2l.i full circles, making the gain in dis
tance to Rowena tine mile. The com
pany is now contemplating an extension
of the improvements on the track into
the city of The Dalles.
The Eastern Oregon Railway Com
pany, just incorporati'd, will construct
and operate a railroad from Arlington to
Condon, forty miles; to construct and
operate telegraph lines ond transport
freight and passengers. Arlington is to
be the headquarters, and the capital
stock is f.uu,uni, iiiviiieii into stiaros
valued at $100 each. L K: Moore, J. R.
Hosford and J. (. I'.lryd are the incor
porators. Spokane Elk's Fair.
The parade w hich the Elks of Spokane
will give the evening of September 14th,
the date on which the now $75, 000 tem
ple of the order w ill be dedicated, will
lie the finest thing ever seen in the Pa
cific northwest. The Elks hold a street
fair and jubilee duriiii.' the entire 15
nights from September 10 to 24, and
there will he several parades, but the
big one will occur on the day men
tioned. The Elks' committee announ
ces that it has emiagod a special costum-
er to come iroin .Minneapolis with more
than a carload of suits, groups and
roups ami spe-
cial parade features. The dedication of
the new building will occur Saturday,
September 14. Prior to the dedication
a class of 200 faw ns w ill be initiated.
The railroads have given a rate of $0 for
the round trip from coast jxiints and
equally lew fares will prevail from Mon
tana and Rritish Columbia. The usual
reduced rates from points in the Inland
Empire will also bt given. The Elks
and the Interstate Fair will give Spo
kane the greatest entertainment this
vear she has ever known.
Shoe Snaps to Close.
Hero lire some summer weight shoes that we desire to close out
tind offi . them at far les than their real value. They are seasonable
and it w ill pay you to invest in them.
Men's Iilack Kidgo Lace, neat uiu'l stylish, regular $2.L5 now 12.
Men's Kangaroo calf, lace or congress, plain toe or cap, u good,
all around shoe for every day wear, and as good as you would expect
at fL'.lT), our price, 2.
Men's tail willow calf shoo frt value at $2.50.
Men's tan Russia calf, leather lined, fll.50 value at fl.
A few pairs of men's ladies' and children's tan vici kid shoes,
broken sizes, at cost.
Ladit-' line black Crepon dress,skirts, f L50.
Ladies' line, gray, homespun, dress skirts., f4.50.
Ladies' fine, black worsted dress skirts, $2.25 to f'l.
You will not tind 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 handkerchiefs. We are con
fident that you have never bail so attractive a line to select from in
town, and the prices are surprisingly low.
Laces and Footing.
We now have in a new supply of laces at our famous and popular
prices. We have never disappointed you in prices, and in laces, as
in other lines, we keei the retail price and cost mark pretty close
Exceptional values in Men's pants, f 1 to $2.50 to make room for
Fall ami Winter goods.
THE PEOPLE'S" STORE.
I'NDERW EAR FOR MEN Porous knit,
would pay you to buy for next season, if there were not six weeks of
warm days vet to come.
45c PER GARMENT.
12c Mop Handles, good durable ones.
20c Scrub lirushes you pay 25c for elsewhere.
5c Mason's Shoe Hlacking, the best made.
25c Fine grade bristle Slum lirushes.
15c Double swing Razor Strops, worth 50c.
15c Shaving lirushes, will last for years.
15c Tortoise Shell Side Combs, new shape.
25c lirooches and Lace Pins, brilliant, settings.
14o per box Imported French Violet Toilet Soap.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES. ARTISTS'
THE LITTLE STORE
Collins' Hot Spring's.
The thunder storm, with heavy rain,
Sunday night, cleared away the smoke
"1 '"id the dust, and camp life has
since lieen delightful. Many Hood Riv-
,.,,.,, i,. , l,,,. !,.,, ut
report, but others have come to take
their places. Among the new arrivals
are noted M R Potter, Mrs W 15 Potter
and children, Mr and Mrs N W Rone,
Mr and Mrs PS Davidson, Mrs Price,
Mrs F R Absten, Mr and Mrs A C Staton
and children, Mr and Mrs W arren Miller
and children. Mr and Mrs S Koplin,
Walter Hull, E w Winans, Mr and Mrs
Wm Thompson, li Warren, R Kirhyson
Mart Rami s eow, he is afraid, will
give hint some trouble to get her on the
boat when he moves back to Hood
River. When he brought the cow down
the steamboat men landed her on the
dock, from which she rotused to budge
towards shore. All the eloquence ot
Mart ami the attempts at driving made
bv the bystanders failed to move her
mid she stood like a stone wall till Mrs.
Hornung, Marts daughter, arrived on
the scene. Mrs. Hornung went to the
cow, putted her, put her arm around us
neck, talked to her aw hile in cow lan
guage, ami the intelligent neust, lot towed
icr to shore without further trouble.
lint Mrs. Hornung has since gone to her
honie?in Kansas City.
Some of the lady campers who are
"baching" most iff the time are getting
awfujly homesivk, and you may expect
to see them home most any (.lay. They
do a heap of whistling and singing to
keep ii(i courage.
A. considerable party ot young tolks
wont from here to St. Martin's springs
on Sunday and returned same day.
Charles Tostevin and Clarence Gilbert
were guests of llogan's Alley Sunday.
Sirs. . . lostevin and daughter (.ilium
visited Camp Frivolity Friday.
1 rotessor ( . D. Ihompsoii and fam
ily, who have been in camp here for the
past three or four weeks, will return
home next Tuesday, in time for Mr.
Thompson to attend The Dalles insti
tute. Mr. I'hompson has regained his
Thomas Calkins and Moll Foley were
visitors in camp, Wednesday.
D. McDonald and family returned to
Hood River, Wednesday, after six weeks
1 he Regulator 'line is accommodating
in transporting all camp equipage free
of charge for passengers to the springs.
this is the pleusnntest time of the
year for camping out, and the managers
lere look tor continual travel tins way
during the next two months.
Entertainment Saturday Night.
liy special request, Professor Fried'
lander will give a high class musical
and vaudeville entertainment at the A.
O V. W. ball, Saturday night, August
31st. This is the greatest event of the
season, in which the professor will in
troduce his musical glasses, sleigh hells,
banjo juggling and steam calliope, etc.
The great and only Howard will appear,
md the professor w ill conclude the per
formance with a presentation of living
pictures. Admission 25c; children, 15c.
Mrs. Clayton Cook Dead.
Mrs. Clayton Cook of Dukes Valley
died Wednesday afternoon, August 28th,
trf small pox. The husband of the de
ceased woman and her two children,
of the ages of 7 months ami 2 years, are
also sick with the disease. . The cast: in
the Cook family appeared last Saturday
and came from Mr. Knox, who stayed
one night with them. after his arrival
from Moro. It is reported that the tam
p,y of Jake i.enz in the same neigbbor-
hood have also contracted the nTaladv
as Mr. Knox had stayed at the a'm
residence the night before going to Cook's
This is the first death by sniallixix in
the valley, Dr. lirosius informs us that
the woman died more from fright ami
nervous strain than from the effects of
the disease. The situation in the Dukes
Valley neighborhood is really serious,
and every precaution should lie taken to
maintain a strict quarantine against all
iersons who have been exposed J. A.
Knox has recovered fiom UU ' ease. Af-
light weight, extra eood value:
MATERIALS. SHEET MUSIC.
WITH LITTLE PRICES.
ter taking every precaution with fumi
gation he left the pest house Tuesday
night and went out to take care of the
i Cook family.
School llcgiiis September iltli.
The Hood River public school will
open September !lth with a corps of six
teachers. I'rofessor C. D. Thompson
will be principal, with the following as
sistants: Miss Kate Davenport of Mosier,
Mrs. Emily Shaw of Portland, Miss Mel
hv White of Polk county, Mrs. Maggie
Read and Miss Madge Warren of Hood
River. At a recent meeting of the hoard
it was decided to adopt the new state
series of text books for use at the open
ing of the term. Most of the schools in
the country districts throughout the
valley will "begin on the same date as
the tow n school. They will also use the
new series of text books.
Eg!,' Story Uiml to Heat.
Some Eastern people who visited in
Hood River last week, told the best egg
story we ever heard. During the pro
tracted heated spell, w hen the thermom
eter was stationary at over 90 for three
weeks or more, fresh eggs were hard to
he had. It is vouched for in ail serious
ness that in a Kansas town a dozen eggs,
while being carried in a basket from a
grocery store, actually hatched young
chickens, the jarring having liberated the
little fellows from the shell.
In IIooil Itlver, August 21,
Mrs. K. VV. Angus, a son.
I!KU, to Mr. and
Church Not ices.
I'liitetl Hrt'tliren t'liiireli. Sumtny srlfbol a
111 a. in. l'lrui'liing ut 11 a. in. to. (I S p. in. C
K. at 7::!0. Prayer service Wuttnesiliiy cvon
iiK nt H. II. (.'. .shutter, pastor.
i:. I5.nmreh.-Hpv. I. T. Morrill, formerly
pastor ol the I'niteil Hrt'thrt'ii church of this
place hilt now of Eugene, w ill preach next
Valley Christian Church. Suntlav school
Cat 1(1 a. in. Preach inu at It a. in. Endeavor
ineotinK at 7 p. in, Preaching at 8 p. in. All
pot worshipping elsew here are cordially' in
vited to attend those services, Huhleels The
JutportuiioiMit Taking Warning. lie shall be
(.rent. .1. W. Jenkins, pastor.
Congregational church. The pastor, Hev. .1.
I., lleisliiier, will conduct divine service, next
Sunday ut II u. in. Subject of sermon, "Who
is my Neighbor?" C. K, service at H p. m.;
Sunday school at 10 a. in. Prayer meeting on
Wednesday evening ut 7:M p. 111.
Tlniber I.und, Act June 3, 1H7S.1
NOTICE FOR rURLICATJON.
U.S. Land Office, The Dalles, Oregon, Aug.
15, 1!K)1. Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance w ith the provisions of t tie net of con
gress of June :), IsTS, entitled "An net fertile
sale of timber limits in the Spiles of I all lorn in,
Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory,''
as extended to all the public land slates bv
act of August 4, IH'.U,
EMMA E. HONNEY
(if Tygh Valley, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, lias on May at, l!)l. tiled In tills otlice her
sworn statement No.lsl, for the piircliitseoflhe
northwest i southwest '4, and southwest
northwest '4 of seel inn No. o In townshinNo.
north, range No. II east, W. M., and will otter
proof to show that t lie land sought is more
valuable lor its limber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish her claim
to said land before t lie Register and lieceiver
of this oitice at The Dalles, Oregon, on Mon
day, the 1'sili day of October, InOl.
She names as witnesses: Civile lionney of
Hood liiver, Oregon; A. A. lionney of T.vgh
Valley, Oregon; Ed. Mays and Joseph Mays
of Hood Kiver, Oieiton.
Any and all persons eluiiulng adversely the
iibove-di serihed lands are requested to tile
their claims In this otlice on or before suld
isib (lav of October lanl.
nLloi-. JAY l Ll'CAS Itegister.
Timber Land, Act June :t, 1S78.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'nitod States Land oitloe.VHSoouver.Wiish.,
June is, 1WI. Notice is hereby given Unit ill
compliance w ith the provisions of the act of
congress ot June 3, 1S7S, en'.1.! led "An act for
the sale ot timber lands in the states of Cal
lornia, Oregon, Nevada Hud Washington Territory,'-
as extended to till the public land
states bv net of August 1. s!i'.'.
an tone nelson.
of The Dalles, county of Wasco, state of
Oreizon, has this day tiled in this otlice his
sworn statement No. 2"JK, for the purchase of
the south ., southwest '4, and south 'south
east of section No. S. in township No. 8
north, runae No. II east, W. M., mid w ill otter
proof to show Unit the hind sought is more
valutitde tor Its timber or slone limn for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish his oliiiui
losiilil land before the Kegis'er and Keoeiver
of tins otlice at V ancouver, Wash., 011 Thurs
day, the lath day of September, l'U.
lie names as witnesses: Harry W. Selllnger,
RnNert K. Cox. tieorge It. Selliimi r and August
J. Wagner, hII ol Trout Ijtke, Wash.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
filHive-desrrilied lands are reitiested to tile
their claims in this otlice on or before Haiti
llith da of September. 1!'I.
Je'iMt i) W. It. Dl'N'nAP., Register.
. - 1 mm A'
! iV7fi. LATEST (
M .CJl: SHOE rm WOMEN, ff
I. iv X
J tTk C. GOTZIAN & CO., Pron'fs. A
imrsesota Shoe st. paul, matt.
FOR SALE BY
She ITS 1 1 THE HOUSE FURNISHER
Large assortment of Hammocks. Look at them.
75c and up.
Iron Hoiln, latcft ilccigiiH ami lowcut prices.
PAINTS AND OILS. Tin; best is the clicupcst. I liavo tlicni.
M'lMHXd MATERIAL, including
I) JJUVIUJ llllUlUiifcjlj
At l'ortlainl prices.
A lar,'o assortment of WALL I'Al'F.U in new shades uml design.
Undertaking and Embalming.
(ict prices on anything in tlie Furniture lino of tne liefore going else
where. At in v 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.
The Glacier Pharmacy
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
0- Agent, for the SHKKWIX-WILIJAMS
FUXEKAL PIKIX'TOR AND
ITiiiibcr Land, Act June ;!, 1N7S.J
NOTR'K FOR lTBLlCAlTON
i'niteil states I,anti ( Mlice, Vancouver, Wash.,
July 12. lull. Notice is hereby given Unit in
onipliance Willi ine provisions 01 uieuci 01
oinrress of Juno S. ISiS, entitled "An act for
the sale of timber lands in the stales of i.'al-
fornia, Oregon, .Nevada anil iisningion ler
riinrv " us exlentlcd lo h)1 the ntibllc land
stale's by act of August I, ISW,
IV. ' I 1 . 1 . l J . , . '.v.
Of Trout I.alic, county of Klickitat, slate ot
Washington, has Hits day Med In this olilee,
liis swoni slaleini nl, No. !!SI, lor the iur
chase of the northeast - southeast 14 section
1:1, township " north, range 1(1 east W. ,,, und
lots I, '2, : ol section No. IS, in township No. A
north, range No. 11 east-, W. M., and will oiler
proof to show that the land sought is more
valuable lor its ti in ber or slone I hall lor agri
cultural purposes, and to cstnhhsh his claim
to said land before the Register and Keceiver
of this otlice at Vancouver, Wash,, 011 Tues
day, the l.'jtli day of October, 1IKI1.
He unities as witnesses: Miriam U. lirooke
of Portland, Ur.; Joseph V. Keed and Elbert
1', I'eels ot 'Trout, Lake, Wash.; A. W. Labdell
of Portland, r.
MIRIAM '!. 1IHOOKK,
Of Portland, county of Mullnoinali, state of
Oregon, lias this day tiled in this oitice Ills
swoni statement, No. for l.he purchase Of
the east, ;4 northeast southwest north
east i.4,aiul northeast southeast fol section
Nt). 17, in township No. H north, range No. il
east, W. M., and will offer proof to show that
the laud sought Is more valuable 'for ils tim
ber or stone limn lor agricultural purposes,
and 10 establish his claim to said html before
the Register and lieceiver of this oitice at
Vancouver, Wash., on Tuesday, the 1'ilti day
of Octwber, 1!WI.
He names as witnesses: Robert V. Cox, Jo
sephs'. Reed and Libert I'. Peels of Trout
Lake, Wash.. and A.W. Labdell ol I'ortland.Or.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to tile
t heir claims In this otlice on or before said
Tilli dav of October, 1()1.
JyllKJO W. R. HUNHAR, Register.
Timber Land, Act June :t, 1S7S.
NOT1CK FUR I'UHLICATION.
Tubed States Land OHice.Vniicouver.Wash.,
June IS), hull. Notice is hereby given that In
compliance with the provisions of the act of
congress of June S, 1S7S, entitled "An u for
the wile of timber lands In the states of Cal
ifornia. Oregon, Nevada and Washington Ter
ritory," as extended to all the public land
states by act of August 1, lHr,
ARTHl'R C. SI'rilLINl),
Of The Pal les, county of Wasco, sinje of Ore
gon, lias this day tiled in tills otlice liis sworn
Ktatemcnt, No. vtill, lor the purchase of the
south 1 j southeast 1, southeast southwest
t section II, and Koulhwest. 1 southwest of
section No. ill, In township No. K north, range
No. 9 easl, V M., and wilj oiler proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable for Its
f Ontber orstonc thiol for aif rielilt oral nuroosc.
unrt ti. esltililisb his chiiin to said land liefore i
the Register and Rec-iver of this oitice at
Vancouver, V.ish.,on Thursday, the lilth day
of September, hmi.
He names as witnesses: Frank fi. Connelly
of The 1 miles, Or.: Thomas W. Lusk and Hugh
Lusk of Chenowith, Wasn.; und ( lias. J.Stuti
ling of The Dalles. 1 r.
CHARLKS J. STI DI.INU,
Ol The Italics, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, lias this day tiled in this otlice hU sworn
statement. No. !t."i, for the purchase of the
north '4 northeast '4 sivtion , and north V.j
northwest '4of section No. 10, in township N'o.
:i north, ranire No. II east, W. M., and will otter
pnsif lo show that the land sought, is more
valuable for ils timber or ston lhan for atri
cuiliiral purose, and to estuhlish his claim
to said bind liefore the Register and Receiver
of Ibis oitice at Vancouver. Wash., on Thurs
day, the lath day of Septeinlier. Hull.
He names as wilnes.se-: Krank li. Connellv
of The Italics; Tlioiiuis W. i.usk and Hugh
Lusk of Chenowith, Wash.; und Arthur C
Stub.ing of The Dalle, t r ,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
aliove-descritN'd lands are rti'iiested lo file
tlteir claims in this otlice on or before said
l!Uh dav of Septeinlier, 1ml.
-: W. R. M'MiAR, Register.
F T THE FEET ?!SStVbV;
Equal lo any $5 Shoe on (he Market J
your r1filr Vhii fi"t fcep ttirm. Irmt oil turn ifMlnur a At
ir i r y.iu Via i y II. am iu 1 k ftoiuC to LY.m mii w-i. Ij
The young man loves the young unman
That's his business.
The young woman loves the voting man
That's her business.
I he young man and young woman
Thirt's the preacher's business.
They will need furniture, carpets, wall
paper nntl building material ;
aii.il n my ijiimiiicsm.
KMBALMKR. S. E. BARTMESS.
ITImber Land, Act June;), ls;s.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Slates Land Otlice, The Italics Ore
gon July ir, hml.-Nolice in hereby given
Hint in compliance with the provisions of the
I itci 111 1 tigress, ol June :i, IS7H, entitled "An
I ,iv ,' saie 01 tinnier lanils in Ihe Slates
ol Cahlornia. Oreiron. Neva, In ,,, u'..i.i....
on I err tory," as extended io all Ihe puhhe.
and slates by act of August..), lKtd.Ihe llillow
lug persons jmvo Illcl in this olllcu llieir
sworn statements, viz
or t, i1;U,I?A M- I'HIRMAX,
or I he lnl e.s, W asco county, Oregon , Sworn
MaleinentNo. lsu, nicrt April 2,', Hull, lor Ihe.
purchase ,,f u,o northeast of sect Ion ;i:i.
township 1 north, range it can w M
' II K I ST INE A. PlilRMAN-;
tit 1 lie Dalles, VVhsco county, Oregon. Sworn
hl";i; nt No. i,,, tn,.,. juv ,.- ',r ,,,
purchase of the southwest section ,'tt, town
ship 1 north, range II east, W . M.
J tint they will oiler proof to show that (hi!
land sought is more valuable for ils timber or
slone than tor agricultural purposes, and lo
establish their claim to said land before Hie
Register ami Receiver of this olllce 11 1 the
Dal es, Oregon, on Salurday, the iilst day ol
September, Imu, J
They name as witnesses: Kalinu M. Phlr
niuii, J. II . I'hirm.in, Henry lioyeu and Chris-U'-ooVl
1 ''""i"' i he Dulles, Oregon, and
William Rand' of Hood River. Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely (lie
abov.Mlcxenl.ed lands are rcciieslei to llie
their claims in this olllce 011 or belore said
iilst tiny ol September, Kml.
jylllsai ' JAV 1. I.fCAS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Olllce at Vancouver, Wash July
1!M1. Notice Is hereby given Hint the foilow"'
iiig-naiiied.scttlcr lias tiled not ice of bis in
tention to make llnal proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will he made
belore the Register and lieceiver 1'. S. Land
Olllce at. Vancouver, Washington, on" Fri
day, September li.hmi viz:
, , J"HN J'Kl'liKlt,
or I.yle P. O., Washington, who made II. K
No. '.is.il, for Hie northwest quarter of section
li, township:! north, range 12 east, W. M.
I:e names t lie following witnesses to prove
icsiuciicc 11 pun aii cultiva
tion ol said land, viz:
Christian Dickson, James Morgan James
lioislord and llaskin l iabue, all ol i.yle Po ,
Jysi'li) W'. R. Iit'NinR, Register.
In the County Court of the Smile of Oregon
for Wasco Counl v.
In the matter of llie estate of Samuel Mi-.
Cartney, deceased; Notice is hereby given
that (lie undersigned lias been appointed ex
ecutor of the lust will of the above-named
Sumiiel McCartney, rleevasetl, by order duly
made by the County Court above miniecf and
all persons having claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present the same, w ith
proper vouchers and duly verified, lo Un said
executor, at the otlice of A. A? Jayne, in Hood
River, In said Wasco coiuuv, within six
nionihs from date 01 this notice.
Dated A ugust li, I'.ml.
From inv olnce. .Inlv '-UI ! ....... ...i.i.
white sxt in Ibreiieaii, one horn drooped;
ulioiit li yearn old. Any information as toher:
whereabouts will be liti-rally rewarded. il
dreiw D. li. LKAMINt;, II.hiiI River.
We haven peanut Roaster of latest patern
and can supply our customers w ith the U-st
quality of peanuts, fresh roasted everv day.
Sample I hem. COL HA fiRA H AM.
A valuuble ranch of 7(1 acres, 1 minutes'
drive t'rom UihmI River. For price und lerius.
"'Il on K. K. SA A;h,