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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1901.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.'
Toys at Coes'.
Coes' toys are in.
Albums at Goes'.
Xmas novelties at Coes'.
Seo the monkey at Coes'.'
Chinese Lily bulbs at Coes'.
Fresh oysters at Jensen's Cafe.
Money to loan on real estate. A. A. Jayne
Ask your grocer for Pure White Flour
Full line of up to date toys at Coe A
One second-hand range for sale. See
Bone x Aicuonakl's.
Jos. A. Wilson wants Jo let a contract
10 wear land
Ladies underwear extra sines at Bone
For good results in bread making, use
Tare White Flour.
Pure White Flour is the best flour sold
in Hood River,
For loggers' shoes go to Bone & Mc-
No. 1 baled hay for sale at the Transfer
Get a sack of White Spray flour, only
uo. io oeuer nour maue,
For flour and feed go to Bone A Mc-
If yon want good bread, use Pure
See that mackintosh sale at Bone &
Horse for Sale. A good, gentle driv
ing Dorse, for sale by Mrs. Rose McCoy
The Davidson Fruit Company wants
w purcnase nan a minion strawberry
A full line of paints, oils, glass, etc.,
jusi received ai ine wan raper Emporium.
Jas. Langillo has 16 inch wood for sale
tfhich he will deliver in any quantity at
mid uiurKei price.
Don't forget that Chas. Riggs, the
Jeweler, engraves all articles bought in
ins store iree.
Bed bugs are holding indignation
meetings all over the valley, all on ac
count of Bart mess' iron bed steads.
Davenport Bros. Lumber Co. want 50
men to cut cordwoou. Hood hr timber.
They pay 80c, 90c and $1 per cord. , See
For Sale at the EmDorium. The north
40 of the Henderson place, 155 an acre.
Or the east 10 acres of the south 40, at
$ 1(H) an acre. Also, 38 acres of the Mon
roe place,East Side, for f 700 Cash.
W. W. Treat has now in his employ a
first class tin smith and plumber and is
ready to fill with despatch all orders in
hisline. lie also has a fine assortment
of heat ing and cook stoves on hand.
Dr. F. C. Brosius has removed to his
, new residence at the west end of Oak
street, midway between the school house
and armory, and can be found in his of
fice over Jackson's store between the
hours of 10-11 a. m., 2-3 and 6-7 p. m
For Sale at the Emporium 1,000 acres
No. 1 orchard land, at f 1.75 an acre.
Also, flume and water privilege, with
buildings and landing at Drano, $2,500.
Property of Oregon Lumber Co. on east
side of Little White Salmon. Must all
be sold together.
If you want to rent a house go to Par
The Davidson Fruit Co.' have given
their buildings a coat of fresh paint.
Leave your orders for Thauksgiving
turkeys at Jensen's.
W. A. Slingerland treated his team to
. a new set ot harness nought ot ,. v.
The ladies of the Congregational church
will meet with Mrs. Geo. T. Trather
Mrs. Belle Bartlett came un from ' Ta-
coma Wednesday, to attend her sick
brother, h. K. Savage. N
A warrant for premium at The Dalles
carnival, due I Bradley, is waiting for
him at French & Co.'s bank.
I. Schwartz arrived in town Sunday
and has taken charge of the Denver
Clothing Store. He will close out the
cresent stock of troods by January 1st.
ii. ii ii- i i' i .i , :
VV . r. VI Bison urougniiu me uincier
some big vegetables. A beet weighing
10 pounds and four potatoes weighing 20
pounds. here, oh w
Salmon now !
there is W hite
The best uiauos for the least money.
Weber, Kimball and other standard
Fianos. Mrs. Louise Goddard, agent,
nquire at Madam Abbott's millinery
parlors, Oak street. ...
D. II. Sears and wife will start East
in a few days' to visit their old home in
Ohio. Betore their return they will
also visit in several Southern states,
where they have relatives and friends.
Frederick & Arnold on Tuesday com
menced building a house for J. R. Nick
eleen on his lots in Blowers addition
The house will he for rent. He will
build two other houses on these lots in
The regular twice-a-week dancing
party will 'lie held at the armory Friday
evening. Music by the orchestra. The
last party given was such a pleasant
success; so don't forget, at the armory
Parties having contributions for the
columns of the Glacier, no mtftter how
small the item, are requested to send
them in in time. When items a week
old are brought in at the last moment,
and other work is crowding, our good
natured compositor is liable to get rat
tled. A singular coincidence in names hap
pens in the families of B. Warren and
C. F. Woolsev. Mr. Woolsey, an entire
stranger to Mr. Warren, bought the lat
ter' farm at Frankton two weeks ago.
Mr. Woolsey has three bovs named War
ren, Lloyd and Allen. Mrs. Warren's
maiden name was Lloyd, and she has a
brother named Allen.
II. V. Wait can now go way back and
set down with his big turnip. Oscar
Fredenbnrg of Mount Hood brought in
on Monday two turnips that beat Mr.
Wait's out of sight. The largest one
measures 3S inches round. He grnwed
about two tons of turnips on a patch of
ground 100 feet square, sown broadcast,
and without irrigation.
Chas. E. Warrens, Portland cashier of
the Massachusetts Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
was in town Friday. Mr. Warrens
bought the M. E. Cook strawberry
ranch and part of the Middleswart place
last summer and is very much pleased
with his purchase. He will bo a fre
quent visitor to Hood River till the time
conies when he will be prepared to set
tle down under his own vine and fig
tree on his Hood Kiver ranch.
II. II. Holmes, county clerk of Mult
nomah county, died at his home in Port
land. November 14, UHH, aged 45 years.
Mr. Holme ow ned summer residence
and strawberry farm in Hood River val
ley and spent all the time he could spare
fn"m his ottiee duties with his family on
his farm. He was a victim of consump
tion, and for seven years niai'e a stren
uous tight against the disease. He was
a highly respected citizen, popular with
his i arty, and was serving his second
term aVronnty clerk.
The city fathers have taken steps to
procure a lot on w hich to build a city
hall and jail and store room for what
ever fire apparatus the city may pro
cure. In looking for a location the
council committee found it difficult to
find a lot at a reasonable price near the
center of town. The lot west of the U.
B. church and adjoining the parsonage
is talked of as a good location, but the
objection to it is that it is too far from
the center of town. Besides, it would be
unfair to locate a jail next door to the
place of worship and adjoining the par
sonage. The racket that is. kept up in
Strawberry time by the Indian squaws
when a drunken Indian is placedin jail
would be too much for the quiet pre
cincts pf a church, and the minds, of
Sunday school children would not be
improved by the sights to be seen near
a jail. The movement towards securing
a lot for the cit y'and erecting the neces
sary buildings is a good one and it is
hoped a suitable location will be found.
The stockholders meeting of the Val
ley Improvement Co. on Monday elected
the following board of directors: Frank
Davenport, M. M. Davenport, Claude
Copple, II. H. Bailey, F. E. Newby,
Wm. Boorman, Warren Davenport.
The new board organized by electing
Frank Davenport, president; M. M.
Davenport, vice president; H. H.Bailey,
secretary; and C. E. Copple, treasurer.
Mrs C. L. Gordon started on Tuesday
morning for Oroville, Cal., w here she
will join her husband, who went to that
old mining town for change of climate to
benefit his rheumatism. the Glacier
predicts that they will come back to
Hood River some day. Here we have
the best climate in the world, and it
won't take Mr. Gordon long to realize
this fact after he stops a while in the
toot lulls of the Sierra iSevauas.
Mrs. N. M. Harrell has been having
a little experience with a case of blood
poisoning, borne time ago m closing an
old razor, she cut her wrist slightly.
She thought no more of the incident for
several days, when the cut began to
pain her and she had shooting pains up
the arm. She then called the doctor
and the arm was lanced.
Beginning Wednesday of this week,
and continuingthrough the dark, Btormy
season, school will be closed at S :30,
allowing but 30 minutes for noon inter
mission. This change is made on ac
count of it becoming very dark during
the hitter part of the day, sometimes so
dark as to almost prevent school work
C. D. Thompson, principal.
Rummage Sale at Belmont. Chicken
supper at the parsonage: new and sec
ond-hand things to sell, both plain and
fancy, from a pin cushion to a -suit of
clothes. Prices from 10c up. Nov. 22d
and 23d are the dates. For the chicken
supper on the 23d, 25c will lie charged,
Frank Davenport has the best assort
ment of land in the- valley. Six thou
sand acres to select from at prices rang
ing from tl to 2(X) per acre. Pasture
land, timber land, apple land, berry
land all kinds of land. Call and see
Mrs. II. Olsen of Underwood was m
town Monday. Mrs. Olsen says there
has been no diphtheria at I nderwood.
The children w:ho died were afflicted
with tonsilitis and pneumonia. Other
children in the same families were not
City Marshal dinger offers $5 reward
for information that will convict any
one of tearing down the notices forbid
ding the hitching of teams to the shade
trees in town. 1 his is a grave otlense,
and the fine is from fa to $o0.
All young men who are interested in
the opening of the gymnasium and be
coming members of the Brotherhood of
Andrew and Philip will meet next Tues
day evening at the lecture room of the
U. B. church.
Mrs. F. M. Amen returned Monday
from a two-weeks' visit with friends and
relatives at Tygh Ridge and Wapanitia
Her granddaughter, Ora Price, six years
old, came with her.,
John Buck started East on Monday,
He will stop a while in Iowa to have his
eyes treated by an expert occuhst, and
will then go on to Ins home in Lafayette,
I). E. Miller received newsoaners
from his old home at Waynesboro, Pa.,
containing news of the death of his
brother, S. G. Miller, who was ' in his
J. T. Nealeigh on Monday received a
letter from John Zipma, who lias been
in St. Vincent's hospital since July 23d.
Mr. Zipmasayshe isgetting along nicely.
Union Thanksgiving services will be
held Thursday t Nov. 28, at 11 a. m. at
the Congregational church. Rev. J. L.
Hershner will preach the sermon.
Don't foreet the turkey shooting at
Frankton next Saturday, Nov. 23d.
Turkeys, geese, chickens, and Belgian
hares to be shot for.
Indian Johnnie, a young man, died at
his home west of town Tuesday and his
body was taken to Cascades for burial
All bidders on star route mail contracts
are notified to have their bidsinby Nov.
27th. Ihds close at Washington Citv
The report that little Milo Frederick
had the diphtheria was unfounded. He
is well and going to school every day.
The contract for the erection of the K.
of P. hall was let Wednesday morning
to Frederick iv Arnold for $2,tir.
There will be decree work next Tups-
lay and all members are asked to be
present. J. L. Henkkkhon, K. K. rv.
The ladies' aid society of the Congre
gational church w ill meet at Mrs. Geo.
T. leather's on Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Cochran returned last
week from their trip to Eastern Oregon.
They had a pleasant visit.
C. H.Jenkins, a dentist from Port
land, was in tow n Monday and decided
to locate in Hood River.
Mrs. W. A. Locknian, daughter Marie
and son Miles of Nicolai were visitors in
Hood Rives Tuesday.
Mrs, H. J. Frederick went to Port
land, Wednesday, for a ten days' visit.
Hon. E. L. Smith will attend the
fruit growers' meeting at Salem Xov.23d.
J)on't forget "Widow Sniggles and her
eight daughters" Thanksgiving evening.
Dr. Riggs of Mt. Hood is in town do
ng veterinary work this week.
School Library Benefit.
The oyster snpier to be given at the
. O. I'. W. hall w ill be on Friday night
instead of Saturday. It will begin at 5
'clock and oysters, Eastern and Olym
.ian, raw and slewed, will be served
,-ith bread and butler, pickles, salad.
,kes and coffee or chocolate. 1 his is
the benefit of the school library, onei
if not the vht-v lst of our acliool
.nnrtenanees.and should bo improved,
ded and encouraged inevery legitimate
At 7:30 the following programme
will be reiuiereti :
Instrumental Mm Fumble, Miss ni-herta.
i,,!,, Mrs. ('. N.( lrkf.
Instrumental - I earl llradley.
R.-riialu.n -. v- .vv '!',"
IdniogiiriKuby) Kva ate. Kdits Waldo.
lii.tiumeiilal - WoikIh-Mower.
KonifWIimle and Ho," Children.
Following this, social games will be
tlie order. Come all, and enjoy feast,
at the same time 1 gixing our school
A suspected case of diphtheria isauar-
antined at the home of Mrs. Allen Ful
ton. Richard Nicholson of Stevenson
came here a few days ago with his little
boy on a visit to the family of Grant
Evans, the child wag taken with a
sore throat, and doctors thought it best
to quarantine him.
A meeting of the citizens of Hood
River, to nominate candidate for the
coming election, will be held at the A
0. U. W. hall Thursday evening,Nov.21
All voters are urged to be present.
Winter rains set in the first of the
week, but for two months previous there
had not been a rainy day that inter-
ierea witn outside work. . .
Order of the Red Cross meet in the
I. O.O. F. hall Saturday, Nov. 23d.
Degree work ; don't miss it.
Dr. J. II. Rosenburg and Jliss Lulu
Luckey were married at Prineville No
vember 3, 1901.
" Ideal and Ruby. Best canning, ship
ping and home market berries yet Intro
duced in the Northwest. Ideal is early,
same shape as Clark's Seedling, Hood
River berry, but better canner, and
noius up in size oeuer man wnson
Ruby is a late and a larger berry, but
like Ideal, tart, showy, deep red clear
through, Both are solid and have been
tested for three years. Limited stock of
plants now ready at $5.00 per 1000; $3.50
for 500; loo to 300 plants, 11.00 per 100.
Per dozen by mail, 25 cents. , Apply to
w.w.waiker, Nurseryman, or E. Hofer,
sole propogators, Salem, Oregon. .
- Regular meeting of the common oouncll was
held Monday evening. Present Bell, Blow
ers, Barnes, Davidson, Lackey and McDon
ald. In the absence of the mayor, Alder
man Mc) would was elected mayor pro tern.
Judiciary committee reported, report was
accepted and committee given furl tier time
on surveyor b ormnance.
Committee on health and police reported
that the reported cane of diphtheria was be
ing quarantined. Committee was Instructed
to Keep clone which or the ease.
Hnecial committee renortad nrlnna oft mv.
erul loin ottered the city upon which to build
council chambers and a lull. Motion to pur-
cnue ine ioi oy ine u. ti. cnurcn or is. u
Mmith for SoOU, If he will accept city warrants
to run nve years, was adopted.
Motion that the committee report on sew
erage mirvey be accepted and committse be
given time to report further at next regular
meeting, n possiuie; carried.
Ordinance regulating the passage of ordi
nances nassed first reuuimr.
The following orrilimiMs naHRe'd aemnd
reading: bstnbTiHhlng base oi grades: pre-
scnoing manner oi caie.niaiing grades; esiap-
iiKtnng grades ioi following streets (an oral,
nance tor each street): Columbia. Kiver. Oak,
finite, Hherinan avenue and Hazel avenue; or
dinance regulating bond and compensation
of treasurer bonds fixed at 82.0(10: ordinance
fixing name of Waucoma avenue or Hlate
road, amended and named mute street.
On motion, all ordinances passed second
reading hi hub meeting were adopted.
Kill of the Hinder, &15, for publishing ordi
nance, was allowed.
The recorder was Instructed to post notices
oicity election Deceraneraa. (Bee notice in
The recorder was Instructed to com muni.
cate with Attorney tieneral Blackburn, ask
ing mm to oecioe n ine present mayor Held
over anot her year under the new charter.
A communication from the Klectrlo Light
Co. making a proposition to light the town,
was read and referred to committee on streets
and public property, to report at Dext meet
Committee on street and public Dronertv
was instructed to look Into the matter of
closing part of Columbia street to allow the
building of a box factory on part of the
street asked to be vocaUtd, and report at next
Motion adopted asking the mayor to ap
point a committee to look up the matter of
opening a street rrom root or f irst street to
the Columbia river.
...:.. . i Church Notices. '
Congregational Church. Rev. J. Ii. Hersh-
nor, pastor, Preaching service with worship
at 11 a. m. Subject, "Changed Lives." C. K.
service in me evening, at 7:10. rasiorai talk
will be on the subject, "Forgotten Gratitude."
Valley Christian Church. Bundav school
at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Endeavor
at ti: M0 p.m. Eider J. W. Jenkins will preach
at Mosler Bunday. Thanksgiving evening
the Holiday school will render the exercises,
"Christ and Onr Country." All are Invited to
aiwna niese services.
United Brethren Church. Bundav school
at 10 a. in. Preaching at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p.m.
Y. P. H. C. E. at 7 p. in. Prayer service every
Wednesday evening, at 7:90. Btrangers In the
city will be cordially welcomed. 11. C. Bhaf-
L. D. S. Church. Preaching at 11 m and 7
D in ai ine new cnuscn. nundav school at a
o ciock in ine auernoon. bveryDooy is wel
Obituary. - i
The angel of Death has again visited our
school and taken from us little Zadla, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Larsen. She was
kA.n at UnJw.uuul .,1, U ,,,,, 1..,. 1 1 .!
and died November 8, lHOl' after a very "brief
illness, aged a years, . months ana I day.
This was her first term at school, and Ciooyh
rather young to attend, she was always on
time. Never missed a oh v until she was tak
en ill. Bhe was at school up to the Wednes
day before h r death. Hhe was always happy
and smiling. Bhe told her mother the day be-
lore sue died thai sne, loo, was going to die.
like Christens (her little classmate who died
about live weeks agoj. The funeral Was held
from the school house. Services were con
ducted by the elders of the Latter Day Saints.
The school attended lu a body, each carrying
aooque' which tney dropped into ine grave
as they inarched around: after which thev
sung "Meet Me There." Bhe was laid to rest
near her little friend and classmate. Both
graves were covered with (lowers.
we snail Bleep, oui not rorever
There shall be a glorious dawn,
With our friends no more to sever
On that resurrection inoru,"
Br Hek Tkachkr.
Underwood, Wash., Nov. 19, W01. t
consumption, Mrs. nan nun Mccarn, aged m
Mrs. McCam was born at St. Thomas Can
ada. Three children and her husband mourn
their loss. Two children by a former mar.
nage live in ine state or Aiicntgan. ineiain
fly came to Oregon last April, honlug the
change of climate would benelit the Invalid
wile s health, funeral services were held by
Rev. j. I,. Hershner on Sunday, at the family
In Hisjd River valley. November IS. 1901.
infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Abbott.
Advertised Letter List.
November 11, 1901.
Cnshman, Mrs V M Burke, Wm
r.nr,a itaranur, nr
Hanson, Mrs F Harvey, Jimmie
Morton, Mrs Kmmle Lindsay. A M
Walker. Mrs Moilie O'Connor. C M
govern ner la, iwi.
Jordan, Mrs H R Drake, Geo
Baker, Jus Hunter, Vine
Vt M. At. 1 ATMS r. M.
Card or Thanks.
We desire to thank oar many friends for
their kindness and help during Mr. Garner's
sickness of eight weeks. We also thank ML
Hood ramp. No. Hi. Woodmen of the World.
at The U lies, for their U H. and K. in fur
nishing a night nurse during our trouble.
M a. AMD MK.H. . U. GARNER.
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Story of a Reaotlml Life; Oft .TO nages.
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pages 7 by tl' fully illustrated.
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taining tlie best photograptiie views ot tlie
MuuwiuaiioB ana ine of ine rresideni.
Order by malt from
W. B. SATTERLEE,
Publisher's Agent, SliOak St, Portland. Ore.
Don't Pick Your Own Pockets
By experimenting with flimsy job Blioes.
They are not made to wear.
Get a pair of our good Shoes.
They will give your purse a breathing
People are eating our bargain pie
with a relish. Many of our bargains of
fered last week are gone, and we are re
placing them with others NOT AN
UNWORTHY SHOE IN THE LOT.
The prices are down to less than you
must pay elsewhere for COMBINATION
SHOES made of poor leather, good pa
per, poor thread, good nails and good
dressing to give it a fine finish.
Whence come these good bargains?
They are broken sizes to close at cost ;
some less than cost. If you don't buy
it's your loss.
Men's buckle plow shoe, pegged all
solid tl 10
Men's Kid go dress shoe 1 75
Boys' kang. calf, seamless ........ 1 35
Boys' kip, quilted, rough on rocks, 1 50
Ladies' best kang. calf. . . . .' l 75
Ladies' box calf, very neat 1 75
Misses' grain shoe 75
Children's fine vici .,, . 75
And many more genuine snaps.
For making up those Xmas presents
our Ribbon sale and our Silks and Vel
vets will save you many dimes. Our
Ladies' Kid Gloves,
Direct from the factory, are above any
thing in towu at the price; better than
the average at $1.50.
Fitted ta your hand, Porosis $1.00.
See our "La Aighm," almost a girdle
Our $1.00 line of Corsets fully guaran
teed to give perfect satisfaction or your
Clean and white, opens smoothly, 6.!c
per roll, and Hamilton Remnants at 5c
a yard, will make those nice warm com
forters at a very small'eYpense.
Our line is complete, from cheap
school hand kerchiefs to beautiful and
dainty linen for ladies, lc up.
We have the stock and we do not im
pose on you by offering second and third
grade made of old rubbers worn out
last winter and warmed over into cheap
All of our Rubbers in men's, ladies'
and misses are first quality, and more
thftif tlmt, they are of the very most im
proved patterns and new stock.
We fit them with care,
And you get good wear.
THE PEOPLE'S STOHE.
46th SATURDAY SURPRISE SALE.
STATIONERY The long evenings have come, and now is a good time to
answer me out letters you owe. superfine cream-wove paper and en
velopes, 25 sheets of paper and 25 envelopes in pretty box
Special. 12 cents. ,
WHY NOT have a new waist for Thanksgiving?
We've junt received some of the newest creations in
Flannel, mercerized Sateen and Flannelette, in beauti
ful colorings. Little prices. Come in and let us show
them to you.
5 cts 2 do& sheets Butter Paper, the right size for a roll,
5 " Tooth Brushes, small but good.
10 " per bottle, Orris Root Tooth Powder; very ditintv.
10 " Men's fancy bonier, silk finish, hemstitched 'kerchiefs,
10 " Men's white silk finish Initial Handkerchiefs.
15 " per 100, Japanese Paper Napkins.
We have Mat Boards in all shades, binding and
hangers, Sheet Celluloid, Calendar Pads, Tissue and
Crepe Paper, Paper Flower Materials, and Artists' Ma
terials of every description.
When Yon Think of the Holidays Think of BOOTH'S.
THE LITTLE STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES.
The UptoDate Store
Corner Oak and Main.
Has undoubtedly made a mistake. We admit we are scared. The rainy
season has held off so long we feel sure we have more Rubber Clothing
than ordinary trade demands, hence we have taken dow'n our AXE and
mean to use it so effectually that we will sell MORE than our share of
Rubber Clothing because of the extreme price reductions. We propose
to make a DEEP CUT on every garment in our well-selected line of
Men's Cape Mackintoshes, I Ladies' Cape Mackintoshes,
Men's Water-proof Box Coats, Misses' Cape mackintoshes,
Men's yellow and black Slickers! Boys' Cape mackintoshes.
Rubber Garments of all kinds.
Ladies' Storm Rubbers, 35c. misses' Storm Rubbers, 30c.
Childien's Storm Rubbers, 25c.
We have some beautiful Thanksgiving Table Linen, just in, and our
prices are much lower than large department stores offer tliem.
- Special orders taken proper care of.
We are still doing business in onr Jacket and Skirt sale, and we
ought to think of it.
Children's Jackets, regular $2.95, for .......$1.97
Ladies' Coats, regular $3.90 . 2.60
Ladies' Walking Skirts, regular $4.95 3.30
They cannot last long, so come at your earliest convenience. We are
going to show some clean counters before invoice time comes,
FRANK A, CRAM.
Was not caused by the Boxers, but by Coe's Holiday line coming in
direct from New York.
WHAT HAVE THEY?
CUPS and SAL'CRES, All the latest styles and decorations from 10 cents to 85
cents. Over tiO patterns to choose from.
VASLK, Forty styles and shapes. All the best.
STATUES, The latest designs, an ornament to your home.
PLACQUES, Beautiful ones from 15c. to $1.00.
FERN DISHES, Neat and tasty, just the tliiin! for ferns and Chinese lillies.
SALAD BOWLS, Beautiful effect in the latest patterns.
rLATKS, AH kinds, that can't be beaten for beauty, froiw-lSc. up
CELERY TRAYS, An ornament to any dining table, new patterns.
SPOON TRAYS, Are all the fad now, you'll think so when you see them.
MliGS, Any style or shape you may wish. e can suit you to a 1.
iVELTlKS, Such as frog, clown toothpick holders, iog ngures, sheep, monkey
head banks, bon bon boxes, match boxes, sugar and cream sets, flower has
kets. and many others.
THE HALF has never been told. Come just to see, no trouble to show goods.
GEO. F. COE & SON.
Need no introduction to the old settlers of this valley, but for the len
efit of newcomers we wish to say that these Shoes are positively un
excelled for hard service. When you want a pair of Shoes that will
WEAR, try Miller's.
A. S. BLOWERS & SON.
HOOD RIVER PHARMACY'S
Is the best we can buy.
White Arsenic; JJ.1" K
10-ti. loU. 50-B. lots,
10c per B. !c per fc.
. . 1 4-8. lots, 20-B. hits. 100 8. lots,
SxU f 4c per B.. 3e per B.. 20 per B.
WILLIAMS & BROSIUS.
'''''' ' . v i ' , v .
We are closing out our stock of mackintoshes at sale prices. See them if
you want Bargains.
Our stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Underwear is complete. We have
the best values in shoes ever shown in Hood River, and our prices are as low as
the good quality of the goods will justify.
bone & Mcdonald.
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W:CL- SHOE fob WOMEN.
4 CORRECT 50 SUPERIOR
j VSTILt JJW QUALITY
THEY FIT THE FEET SSSS
Equal lo any $5 Sho en Ihe Market
If voar dMlar doM Ml kwn thm. Intlfl oa him letting t
ptir fur yu. w utir um U nua tram v w ti, in ui nut.
C. G0TZIAN CO.. Prop'rt.
Minnesota Shoe Co st. paul, mm.
FOR SALE BY
bone & McDonald.
For YOU to Remember
When you need anything in the line of
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS,
You should call on
CHAS, N. CLARKE,
The Glacier Pharmacy
m The young man loves the young woman ;
?A 1 Aa. That's his business.
vay'vy 8 The young woman loves the young man ;
X lint B iter uuDiiicno.
The young man and young woman get
That's the preacher s business.
They will need furniture, carpets, wall
paper and building material ;
That's my business.
funeral director and embalmer. s. e. bartmess.
The Prather Investment Co.,
The Reliable Heal Estate Agents.
1. Two lots, 50x100, facing State st:
centrally located; price t"00.
2. Two corner lots in Waucoma; lots
50x100; one lot facing Oak st. one lot
facing River st; good dwelling house on
one lot, rents for 7 a month : price fi00.
3. Four lots in Hood Kiver proper, s
blocks from depot ; lots are level ; 2 are
corner lots and 2 inside lots; price f'JOO.
4. One lot in inans addition, 50x125,
good building lot; price 100.
5. 72x100 on Second st, good building
and alo good buniness corner ; $2,100.
7. House and 2 lots facing River and
Fourth sts; good location; price 1,000.
8. House and lot facing on Oak st ; a
good business lot; $1,000, all cash;
9. Three fine dwelling lots east of
school house ; fine view ; price $475.
10. Corner lot, 50x100, corner River
and Bonney sts ; price $250.
11. Two good lots in Parkhurst, $200.
12. Two fine lots in Barrett-Sipma ad
dition; fine view of the river; $200.
13. Good new house, 7 rooms, and two
lots in Blowers addition ; price $1,000.
a. 40 acres, house, orchard 500 trees;
small vineyard ; acres in alfalfa;
plenty of water; mile of town; $1,200.
b. 20 acres, all clear, fine apple land;
(1 miles south of town ; price f 1.200.
e. 100 acres, 8 miles south of town;
nartlv under cultivation ; spring water;
giMid apple or grass hind ; gmid rniife fur
stock ; price 4,ik.hi.
f. 1 me liimse and 10 acre orchard, 0
miles from towu j $2,500.
v. Good (i room house, 80 acres land,
free water for irrigation, 430 trees, 8
acres in clover, 3 miles from town ; price
h. House and 40 acres; (i00 trees; two
good springs ; 1 'o.niilo from town ; $2,200.
i. House and 7,'a acres, all in fruit;
1. 40 acres, two houses, good barn;
1 ,300 apple trees of choice varieties, only
3tt miles out; price $ti,000.
m. 110 acres uncleared, $1,000 worth
of oak timber; in the apple district;
price $1,000 cash.
n. 50 acres unneareu, a nines oui;
price $12.50 per acre.
r IIVl oi'rft rtinih luri.e lioiise. tlleiltv
of water, large orchard, good hay land,
will cut 100 tons oi nay; goou range lor
stock ; price $4,500.
p. 20 acres nno apple lanu, nines
from town: $800.
q. 80 acres, 500 trees in bearing, only
two miles from town on the tast fcide;
price $40 per acre.
r. 100 acres, 11 miles from town,
mile from school ; 40 acres under culti
vation ; large orchard ; $35 per acre.
s. ISO acres improved land, 1300 trees;
40 inches free water; gxd house, large
barn ; near town ; $5,200.
t. 80 acres in Crapper district, partly
under cultivation ; $2,000.
n. W 8W i K U . tp 2 A, K
10 E; unimproved; fenced two sides;
can get water on land ; $12.50 per acre.
We also have a number of farms in
Klickitat Co., Wash., for sle. Call and
see us and get prices on fruit and stock
1. KK) acres 4 miles from Hood River
on Columbia. About 14 acres in cultiva
tion. Wnter for irrigation, water in house
Orchard embraces fruit of every descrip
tion. Also vegetables. Price $3,500,
2. 10 acres 3 miles south of town, first
class berry land. Price $1 ,500.
3. 12, acres 7 miles from town, tin
cleared, $30 per acre.
4. 100 acres, 2 acres cleared, good tim
ber, water, house and barn. Good laud for
apples, 12 miles from town. $7 per acre.
5. 114 acres 4 miles from town, 500
fruit trees, good house, barn and water
6. 100 acres 12miles from town, choice
land A bargain $700.
7. 200 acres 12 miles from town, good
house and barn, good meadow ; partly
fenced ; close to post office and school ;
good for stock and fruit. Price $3,200.
8. IS40 acres 2i miles from Columbia,
in Washington, well watered.good house
and barn ; 60 acres under cultivation,
100 can be cultivated ; 0 acres in alfalfa,
6 acres in orchard. Will sell 320 acres of
above improved land for $15 an acre, and
balance 320 acres for $10 au acre, or the
whole 640 acres for $8,000.
9. 20 acres 5 miles from town ; East
Side ; all set out to trees ; price $2,250.
10. 10 acres with fine house and barn,
all clear and all set out to apples and
bearing ; price $3,000.
11. Ten acres all set out in orchard;
good house and barn, $2,500.
12. The Hutton property has been di
vided into 5-acre tracts. "We have the
handling of same.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Ijinrl Offlw Hi Vnnuvr. Wash., ttrt, 17.
Mil. Nutirr Is hen by Klven that tlie llow-iiiir-nniiHHl
iw!tlpr has tiled notice of hlfl tn-
toitit.m Ut iiiukHttnul proof til gllpport . hU
elulm, and Hint nuirt pnf will b n,a1
helore Ihe kcrikiw una Rnvwu.n.iu
(mire t Vrnwonvrr, Wellington, on Wed
nesday, IHwiiiber 4. Mil, vl:
Knr ihe loin I unci Si and mhiIIi of the north
east 'iwvlionS, towustilp north, rne tf
east. W. .M.
He nuiniK the following wltnesw lo prove
lila continuous nwlrienee upon and cultiva
tion of mid land, vi:
('. ( . ( on ner. U. Mall, jam i. L.yie nu r
B. Hewitt all of l.yle, Wahineton.
oSmat W. K. UOHAK, K i Bier.
$10 Worth for 50c.
I will wnd to ftiiv farmer the following
three re.-lie ftH- .'i0 renin ino stamp:
1. r or t lie prevention oi nog cooler.
2. Kor the prevention of rlilrken lire.
J. Kor the protm-tion tf vonr frull tree
against rnlilnlK peelinu oil me nam l ireea.
I gnaranl the receipt lo do the work. Ad
drew ltox .'iii;. The lhillen. Orejton.
Trt a contract to rnih 10 ac-'w moee or
k-U, on the hast Mde. F. C. BKiJiM I'H.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
rnd office at Vancouver. Wash., Oct. 7,
Wdl. Notice la hereby given that the following-named
aettlttn have filed no! lee of their In
tention to make flnal proof in support of their
elalma,nd that aaid proof will he made before
the twitter and Receiver IT. H. I .anil otlli-e
at Vancouver, Wash., November itt, 1IWL vl
KDWIN M. JAKV1M,
Who made H. K. No. Wl, for the weal
northeaat and west wuilhenxt u section
14. township!) north, range II east, W . M.
W no name the following witnesses to prove
his eontlnooua residence upon and cultiva
tion of aaid land, vis:
Waller J. iiates, Byron R Crandall, Calvin
J. Hannan and John H. Jarvln, all ol fine
JOttN II. JaRVIS,
Who made H. E. No. trm, for the ea
northeast and eat aoutheast u of aeriiou
14, township north, range II east, W. M.
Who names the lol lowing wltnosaea to prove
hta eontinuoua reaidenee upon and cultiva
tion of aaid land, vit:
W alter J. Batea, Byron K. Crandall, Calvin
J. Hannan and tdwin M. Jarvia,all of 1' ine
Utsna W. R. PUNBAR, Reglnter.
And wagon repairing attended to promptly at
n.y eoop nn tlie Mu Hood road, south of town.
UvKd work al reasonable price.
aepl7 O. A. HOWELL.