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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1902.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
F. B. Barnes, Notary Public.
110,000 to loan by Friday & Barn.
Money to loan on real estate. A.A.Jayne
reiter' union 5c cigar at W.B. Cole's.
W rite your insurance with Friday &
, A light and a heavy wagon to trade for
1 II A 1L .
wuuu ur ecu i uiu i runnier V0.
Money to Loan In sums from 175 no
li i,v.w, uy rnuay a Iarne8.
ror loggers' shoes go to Bone & McDonald's.
No. 1 baled hay for sale at the Transfer
List your property with Friday &
For flour and feed go to Bone & Mc
Ladies' underwear extra sizes at Bone
The best 6c smoke In town Feifer's
Union, at W. is. Cole s.
Cross-cut saws, axes and all woodmen
mi loggers iooib ai savage .
Friday & Barnes will write deeds,
mortgages, leases, etc.
Knr filp -Nav bnnsA and W int Kw
L5; good well and 80 fruit trees; price
4' III innntvd r;)nH JL 1)
Wi nrA nnw Trmlrinfr lina fnnn..
takes, almond macaroons, cocoanutmao-
. ..- 1 .1 -- X! rr
amnns, iuuv lingers, cream puns, etc.,
at Luyle'i liakery.
W. N. West of Viento was in town
Freeh cows for sale at Tucker's. Ap
ply to B. R. Tucker.
I!. Warren has been sick in bed with
the grip but is improving.
1 1 t re have been five accessions to
the U. B. church recently.
There was no quorum at the council
meeting Monday night.
M its Virginia Marden of The Dalles
it- the guest of Miss Anne Smith.
Charles Woolsey is haying his orchard
nt Krunkton trimmed by an expert.
1 he person who borrowed John L.
Henderson's drafting scale -is requested
to return it at once.
J. T. Bagley has disposed of his inter
est in the Mt. Hood Stage and Livery
C( in pany to W. H. Allen.
The town was full of country people
laht Saturday. The icy roads did not
in vent their turning out.
Wurren Miller, Richard Kirbyson and
Inii Garrabrantof Frankton,aro putting
iii ice for next summer's use.
Winfield Olinger, who has been herd
iiK and driving stock on the range in
Crook county, came home last week.
F. M. Amen' has. 12,000 strawberry
plants, all nicely heeled in, for sale at
his place on the state road at (2 a thou
sand. Telmont is to have a new school in
i i near future. The Glacier may be
.i to tell you more about it next
I e gymnasium will be opened again
,(; tl e young men on the regular nights
it muting, beginning Thursday night,
Dr. Frank Strong will lecture at the
U. B. church Friday evening, Feb. 28.
His subject will be, ".Youth the Time for
Mr. Jordan, who purchased 40 acres
last fall of R. B. Lindsay, has the tim
ber all slashed, and next fall he will
plant the same to apple trees.
F. M. Amen has trimmed out all the
brui-h in the road in front of his place
on the state road; making a great im
provement in the looks of things.
II. J. Frederick and son Milo and
Mips Ka Kitklaeon have been quite sick
for the l ast week with the grip. We
are glad to learn that all are improving.
The mas Calkins and Abe Foley are
hauling ice frt n the ponds near Frank
ton for Ernest Jenten, who is putting
up ice for the Cloud Cap Inn confection-
Lonis Henderson son of John Leland
Henderson of Hood River, has the
reputation of being the best tenor
singer in the glee club at thestateuni
versity. If you want to read full particulars of
the execution of Wade and Dalton in
Portland last Friday, buy last Friday's
Portland Telegram. It contains full
Mrs. Jane A. Clongh has purchased
acres of 8. L. Taylor, with nis house
and strawberry patch, for f 700. Mr.
and Mrs.Taylor expect eoon to go to Ida
ho, where their son is living.
The prohibition alliance met last
Monday evening at the M. E. church. ,
Arrangements were made to secure the
famous Meneley Trio of Chicago for a
temperance concert a liltle later.
James DeBord returned last Friday
from a trip to Seattle. He says Grant
Evans struck a good job in Portland
and has gone to work. Mr. DeBord
thinks he will remain in Hood River.
Prof. Howard Lenberg of Cascade
Locks was in town Tuesday. Ho came
up to see Supt. Gilbert in regard to the
matter of building a new school house at
the Locks. There was some dispute
about the law in regard to the matter.
W. W. Treat, the tinner and plumber,
corner Second m d State streetH. is not
able yet to do much work since his par
alytic stroke, but I e I as a good work
man in the person of Chas. Bunnell,
and all work intrusted to him will re
ceive prompt attention.
Frt m the Sherman county News we
learn that the thermometer went to 10
degrees below aero at one time last week
and registered below zero three succes
sive days at Wasco. That there is
serious talk of bringing power from the
John Day by means of electricity.
Geo. Booth went to Portland Saturday
morning to attend the funeral of the lute
J. L. Atkinson. T. C. Dallas went out
to Mr. Booth's ranch on Friday after
noon and brought him to town so that
he could take the train Saturday morn
ing. The funeral occurred on Sunday.
Theladies'aidof the U. B. church
have kindly agreed to make up clothing
for a destitute family in the valley.
Children's ages, 2, 4, 6 and 9 years.
1-eave articles, such as bed clothing or
wearing apparel at S. E. Bartmess
store. This is a worthy object and
should be looked after at once.
Frank Clark, on his way from Sher
man county, was iu town several days
last week. On account of the ice running
in the Columbia, he couldn't get to his
home at Stevenson till this week. Mr.
Clark is building a house and barn on
his place in Sherman county; w here he
has three quarter section of laud. He
will move upon the place in the spring.
A big sale of timber lands in Hood
River valley was made last week. The
sale includes nearly all the timber lands
king iu the forks of Hood river. The
Winsns Bros, held most of it. John
Bnskirk, Tonilinson Bros., O. B. Hart
lev, A. S. Blowers and others also were
interested. The land as purchased by
a man from Bay City, Mich.
A. sleighing party of members of the
.Eastern Star went out and sur
prised Mr. aud Mrs. U. D. Wood
worth at their pleasant home at Bel
mont last Thursday night. Friday
night thev repeated this performance by
calling upon Mr.and Mrs. Castner in the
inie neighborhood. On the way home
st me one a.ked whew they could go
Saturday night, to finish up the week.
. Mrs Bartmess anwered,"yoo roajr coin
to see me ; tomorrow is my birthday.
Nothing more on the subject was said at
the lime, but the hint was acted upon, j
Saturday evening, after Mrs. Bartmens
had gone to bed and forgotten all about
her birthday or a partv. the wnentbers
of the O. E. S. cauie tiling in and cap
tured the premises for the evening.
Thursday of last week the weather
guv farmer, and riday morning a Chi
nook wind was blowing and melting the
snow. At noon Friday, and np to about
- mo uierinomeier was up to 40
when a sudden rtmnao nf tl.t. ,,,!
coming from the northwest.sent it down
1 degrees in hulf nn him, u;
it has bren cloudy and cool, the ther-
...i.,ow3r ranging irom zu to Z7 degrees
above aero. The chinook of Friday
melted the snow and made it into slush
in the roads and streets. The sudden
change to freesinng weather soon made
the roads and streets a glare of ice. The
coasting was improved, and youngsters
SlflAa Karl - . La 1 ' if .
.inu .in,, HuiirL pnmna nnwn
the streets on their toboggans and sleds.
ednesdav Several inrhea nf anno, fall
a ti.l 111... . : . . ... . .
... wna.uocrauugii wrnea to rain,
the streets and roads m nnw fiiinH
The Red Cross IiaM tl
Friday niifht in Odd Fullnwa' hail con
sidering the inclement condition of the
weainer, they had a good attendance.
ffieir programme, though short, was
uwicBuiig ana an parts were very well
renaerea. The cadet dr hw tlia IK
yound ladies from the Barrett district
was particularly good, notwithstanding
the fact that the Staca una tnn small lr
aiiow iree movement in their evolu
tions. Barrett district holds some of
the most Graceful, nmttinat oirlnin II!
River valley ,and we will be glad to have
iticui 1,-ouie oiiener. Kveryhody was
wen entertained and went. im (mm
the hall glad they were alive. Receipts
iiuiu utinneiH ana lunnne wiiii nmmint.
ed to $16.40.
J. R. Crosby of the East Side
town Monday. He renorta thai. . tlm
California quail are flocking to the ranch
es on the East Side to get something to
eat,, oeverai years aso Hon. Malcolm
A. Moody sent here half a dozen of these
quail and they were turned out. Since
men we nave had mild winters and the
uail have increased to several hundred.
'Ir. Crosby savs about 60 of these hand
some oiras reed daily at his place and
have become as tame as domestic fowls.
D. A. Turner, who is Drobablv the old.
em lunuDiiant now in the valley, says
mm at one time tnese quail were plen
tiful in Hood River valfey, but they all
perished one hard winter.
The man Weiale. mentioned by our
correspondent in another column as
starving his horses. is camned in a small
one-roomed house near F. Fosberc's
(lace. He has five children, one a girl
10 years old. and all ar5 huddled in the
small house. He came here from Wyo
ming about two months ago, and being
in destitute circumstances, a subscrip
tion was taken un for him bv thr srood
people of the M. E. church. He refuses
to allow his daughter to be given a home
where she could be .properly clothed
and cared for. He should be looked
after by the authorities.
Hon. E. L. Smith returned Wednes
day from Eastern Washington and Ida-
bo. He attended the Northwest Fruit
Grower's Association at Walla Walla
and afterwards the institute at the uni
versity of Idaho, Moscow. He was
then invited aud delivered an address
before the students of the short course
in horticulture at the agricultural col
lege at Pullman, Wash. There was a
good attendance of farmers and horti
culturists from the surrounding country.
Among the furors selected for the
February term of the circuit court for
Wasco county we find the names of
H. J. Hibbard, C. L. Morse, Geo. T.
Prather, II. F. Davidson and D. G. Hill
of Hood River and A. B. Billings of Mt.
Hood, these gentlemen are in luck to
be drawn at this time instead of for the
May term, when our 'strawberry har
vest will be here. Court meets next
The following named members of the
Hood River lodge K. of P. attended the
K. of P. convention at The Dalles last
Saturday evening: C. E. Markham, Jas.
Stranahun, B. F. Belieu, W. A". Fire-
baugh, 1-rank Stanton, J. K Hendricks,
G. W. Graham, G. T. Prather. All re
port having been treated handsomely
by the members of the order at The
The icy roads after the sudden freeze
of last Friday caused lots of work for
the blacksmiths, lliey were kept busy
shoeing horses. J. R. Nickelsen and
Wm. Haynes worked nights and up to
12 o'clock Sunday to shoe horses .'or
those who had to travel. But the sm.w
fall Tuesday stopped the liort'shoc:iv
business, and then it was sleds t hut need
The regular monthly business meet
ing of the Endeavor ninety of tliu Val
ley Christian church v. 11 be held at the
residence of S. D. Garner, on Lyman
Smith avenue, Friday evening, Feb. 7th.
All members and their iriends are re
quested to be present. '
Ud to Monday, February 3d, only four
'oters had registered before Judge Pra
ther for the coming election. Judge
Prather has the necessary blanks, and
all voters should register before the
rush comes. Every voter must register
every two years.
Sunday was cloudy all day in Hood
River. According to the ground hog
story we may expect spring soon. Hicks,
tlie great weather prophet, says we will
have two more months of winter. We'll
see which of these two prophets know
The decorations and papering in the
new room for Williams & Brosius' drug
store, in the Otten building, are very
handsome. Mop in ana see tne room
l rtl I. 1 . I
as you pas oy.. me worn is uy
he artists Jackson & tireliaugli of the
tt nil Paper Emporium.
The racket you hear in the rear of the
Glacier otlice, sounding like a Maxim
gun in action, is the gu.-oline engine in
Cook it Cox'scarpentershop. Thisshop
is now well eiiiupiied for doing all kinds
of fancy work in house finishing.
Notice. All oersous having accounts
with me will please come in and settle
by cash or note in the next thirty days,
and those having any accounts against
me bring in your bills.
'. W. Thompson, brother-in-law of M.
E. McCarty, of the firm of Ash & Co.,
arrived here from Quincy.Ual., Monday,
and will take a partnership in the Paris
Fair. This brings additional capital to
the already large business of Ash & Co.
Mrs. John L. Henderson, who is now
at Bay St. lxmis, Miss., was bequeatneu
about $30,000 by her grandfather, who
died recently. Her four brothers and
sisters were each given the sameamount.
Rev. W. G. Eliot will preach on his
regular meeting night, Wednesday, Feb.
....1. I.. A r f IL' Ilia anliiapt
llll, 111 A . J.. . " imii. AH" "U"J
will tie, "The Way of Life." Everybody
The conference of the Oregon district
of the R. C. J. C. L. D. S. will be held
at the Saints' church, 14tli, 15th and 16th
of February. There will be new speak
The ladies' aid of the U. B. church
will meet this Thursday afternoon in
the lecture room of the U. B. church for
making quilts. Full attendance de
Harry J. LaSalle of Orfordville, Wis.,
and Robert LaSalle of Harrisbiirg, Ore.,
sient a few days in town last week as
the guests of their consin.JF. H. Button.
The ladies of the Degree of Honor
will give an entertainmeut and supper
on St, Valentine's day. Watch next
week for programme in the Glacier.
Rev U. 8. Drake is pastor of the Con
gregational church of White Salmon.
Mr. Drake was formerly of Salem, Ore
Back numbers of magazines for sale
at large discouut at Bradley's news
Fro n 0r Cerrfpwii!t'iil ta the Hill.
Lvman Smith gave a dinner and a
deigning party last Thursday. His
guests were Mrs. Howe, Mrs. Absten,
Sirs. Harrvll, Miss Teal and Miss Hes
The ladies' aid of thelhristian church
met at Mrs. Garner's, on Lymau Smith
avenue, last Thursday.
The infant eon of Mr. and Mrs. Fos-
berg has been quite sick for the past ten
days, and Dr. Dumble was called in to
attend the little one. At last reports he
was doing very nicely.
Lindsley Hall, a student of the high
school of Portland, came no last Satur
day and was the guest of Miss Teal for a
t J IT. .1 ! t Tl 1 T )
uuvh. na mums noou ruver very
beautiful in her white mantle of snow
George Smith returned home from
rendleton last Saturday, (jeorge says
he has nothing against 'Pendleton, but
he likes Hood River the best.
B. M. Neal left Monday morning
Wr Orwtmiin unit Mr Phnnmnn iIm.
parted Monday morning for a short trip
ltlpa Alma 11nua ami rla utrti tor Afija
Hester, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ab
sten from Friday to Sunday of last
If there is such a thing as a humane
society in Hood River it would be doing
a good act to look after the horses be
longing to one Weigle, who is living in
a small house near rosuergs. I he poor
animals have no shelter whatever, and
get very little or nothing to eat. One
of the fioreee died last Saturday night,
another one on Monday night. And
it is not to be wondered at, as they are
all so poor one can count Uieir ribs across
the street, so, of course, their death is
due to exposure and starvation. There
are still three of the animals, and unless
some one takes them away from the
owner, they, too, will starve to death
It would seem that in this richly
blessed vallev of Hood River, there is
little excuse for poor old Indian Nellie
to have' been so neglected as to reach
the point of destitution. Surely with so
few charges of charity for the people of
Hood River to look after they ought to
be more able to take better care of a
poor, sick and helpless old woman.
Got Back to Hood River.
Judge and Mrs. L. Henry returned
last Saturday from their trip East and
to California.. They were gone five
months, during which time they visited
with relatives and friends in Nebraska,
Illinois and Louisiana. Both are look
ing well, which shows their friends had
taken good care of them. They left Il
linois during a cold snap, with snow on
the ground, and as they traveled south
ward they got out of the snow in the
state of Mississippi. At New Orleans
the judge found a few of the old land
marks left he was familiar with in war
times. The custom house, at the laying
of the corner-stone of which Henry Clay
delivered the oration, Bbout sixty years
ago, he found still unfinished. At Rose
land, La., they remained three weeks
visiting two nieces of Judge Henry's.
At this place are grown vegetables for
the Northern markets. Radishes, the
first crop, are ready to pull 21 days alter
sowing the seed. Thev sell at from
cent to 1)i cents a bunch. Like our
strawberries, the early radishes bring
the best prices. Cucumber seed is sown
for the second crop, and after that cow
pease or sweet potatoes making three
crops for the season. After leaving
Louisiana the judge and wife came over
the Southern Pacific to California, pass
ing through the drouth-stricken part of
Texas, where crops were a failure last
year. At Los Angeles they stopped 20
days, making their headquarters in the
city while they made excursions to the
coast and other places ot interest, i hey
visited the orange groves and picked the
ripe fruit from the trees. Tourists were
found everywhere thev went in South
ern California, and business seemed to
be good. Mechanics get good wages,
but common labor is not so well puid.
The judge was a little curious to know
what kept up the country anu Dunt tne
big houses in the big cities. He couldn't
think the orange and lemon crops suffi
cient to do all this. So he asked a lady
for information on tliia subject. "Oh,
said she, "we have three sure crops
here one of oranges and two of tourists,
and the tourist crops pay the best."
They had found one place where people
could live on climate. At the beach
they found they could rent a furnished
cottage of five rooms in the winter
months for f la a month, in the sum
mer season the same cottage would rent
for from $50 to 175. At Los Angeles
thev met Capt. H. C. Coe. He was
looking for a location to move his fam-
ly, who are still in l'ortland. ihey
also saw John C. Wheeler and one of
his sons, who at one time were residents
of Hood River. They also made a stop
at Sacramento on their way north. Both
were delighted with their trip but glad
to get back again to their comfortable
home in Hood River.
The Hassulo tin I).
This club held a business meeting
Monday evening. The meeting was
called to order by its president, G. E.
Williams. In the absence of Secretary
McDonald, who was kept at home by a
reverefcold, Truman Butler acted us
Several important questions of inter
est to Hood River and surrounding coun
try were discussed.
John Iceland Henderson, trom a spe
ial committee appointed to look after
the steam ferry proposition, reported
tliat J.T.Bagley had secured nn option on
a boat that would meet all the require
ments for a ferry and was ready to go in
to the business as soon as a license could
be procured and the present ferrvinen
could be induced to sell out for a fair
consideration. The present ferrymen,
he understood, would sell for about 1250,
of which amount Mr. Bagley stood ready
to put up $100 if the town ot Hood Kiver
would raise the balance. 1 lie report
was accepted and , the committee con
tinued. The committee was instructed
to get written propositions from Mr.
Bagley and the present terrymen.
The subject ot the flood Kiver and
W hite Salmon telephone line was brought
up and discussed. On motion.theprcs-
dent of the club was asked to corre
spond with the manager of the telephone
company, at Portland, and secure if
possible, a free exchange between the
i. h, JKand reported mat the general
passenger agent of the O. R. & N. had
requested that Hood River have printed
5,000 or 10,000 folders descriptive of
Hood Kiver and its resources, and that
the railroad agreed to distribute the
same. It was ordered that. 10,000 fold-
erB be printed. E. L. Smith and S. F.
Klvthe were appointed a committee to
look after the printing.
J. b. Kami reported that lie had a
letter from a mill man inquiring what
inducements Hood Kiver offered in the
consumption of flour and feed for the
location of a 50-lmrrel-a-dav flouring
mill in the town. Mr. Hand was in
structed to gather the necessary infor
mation and report to the mill man.
. Philomath College.
Rev. J. R. Parker, president of Philo
math a college, preached morning and
evening at the I. B. church. Philo
math college is one of the schools in Or
egon that is doing an excellent work
for the youth of the state in turning out
young men and women of merit without
asking state snpiort. It carries full
courses in classics and sciences and has
excellent advantages in music, and has
an up-to-date business school. While
its aim is to lav a broad foundation in
mental training, it especially emphasises
manhood and womsnhnod us imlisiKMis-
ahle prerequisites to all know ledge and
tilture. One definite aim of the insti
tution is to aid as many young men and
young women as possible, who have
small means with which to educate
themselves. It has become proverbial
that no young man or young woman
knocks at itsdoors in vain. Some, of the
many special advantages enjoyed by
Is students are daily personal attention
to each student, demonstration in each
depart meut of work, and a social and
moral atmosphere of a thoroughly Chris-
lan character. lhese elements com
bine iu no small degree to make the men
and women it is sending out to till tlie
various positions in life.
Lincoln's Birthday Exercises.
The anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's
birthday will be observed by Canby
post.G. A. R., at A. O. U. W. hall, on
Wednesday, February 12th, commenc
ing at 1 o'clock p. m.,at which the fol
lowing programme will be rendered :
1. Song, My Old Kentucky Home,
Messrs W att, Nicketsen, Clarke, nana
2. Invocation, Mrs. Annie Flagg.
3. Duet, selected, Mr. and Mrs. A.A
4. Address, Lincoln's Struggle for
an Educatiou.Rev. J. W. Jenkins.
5. Lincoln the Emancipator, Rev. J.
0. Solo, Give us Another Lincoln,
7. Lincoln as a Moral Man, Rev. H
8. Remarks, Rev. W. G. Eliot.
9. Recitation, selected, Mrs. Goddard
10. Solo, selected, Mrs. A. A. Jayne
11. Lincoln as president.
'12. Remarks by comrades.
All addresses limited to 15 minutes
T. J. CtWNINO, )
A. 8. Blowers, -Committee,
E. D. Calkins, )
The Ice Harvest.
J. W. Holmes of the Holmes Coal and
Ice Co. of PoJtland is in charge of
force of about 40 men and half a dozen
teams engaged in cutting and storing
ice from tlie slough below town. The
ice is seven inches thick not so thick as
the company would like to have it, but
is of a good quality, and if the weather
continues favorable, a railroad switch
will be built to the icefield and big ship
ments be made to l'ortland. 1 tie heavy
snow fall of the past two or three days
has interfered with the work, as the
snow has to be shoveled off by teams
and road scrapers.
The Friedlander Bros, will give a mu
sical entertainment at the Saints' church
Friday evening, Feb. 7th. Admission
25 and 10 cents. Doors open at 7 p. m.
Entertainment begins at 7:30. After
the entertainment there will be a basket
social given by t he ladies. Proceeds to be
used to help finish the church. All are
invited to come and bring baskets.
Mrs. Is. K Shokmakbr,
Mrs. J. L. Blount, Committee.
N. R. Jordan left. InHt KridRV for liia
old home in Iowa, where he expects to
be gone for a few months.
In Hood River valley, January 25,1902,
to Mr. and Mrs. Price Hunter, a daughter.
In Portland, Oregon, Wednesday,
January 29, 1902, Miss Maude Parker
and Chester Sears.
United Brethren Church. Sunday
school at 10 a. in. rreaching at 11 a.m
and 7 p.m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 8:30 p. m.
rrayer service every v ednesday even'
ing, at 7 :30. Strangers in the city will
be cordially welcomed. H. C. Shaffer,
Valley Christian Church. Sunday
bcnooi at to a. m. rreactung at 11 a.m.
Christian Endeavor at 0:30 p. m.
Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Rev. C. A.
Dotson of Portland will preach Sunday
morning. J. w. Jenkins, pastor.
Congregational Church. Sunday
8C11001, iv a. m. rreaciung, n a. m..
Junior Endeavor, 3 p. m.. C. E., 7:15
, in. .with a pastoral talk, lhe pastor,
ev. J. L. Hershner will conduct the
morning service. Subject: "Life s Mis
sion Filled." Subject at Junior service.
Lessons of Obedience."
Almost new Farrand A Votey organ.
dinger sewing niaciiine. inquire or
J. r. ujijfc.
Onered yearllnir Rteer with rlelit ear SDlIt
No brands. One dollar reward to any one In
forming me of his whereabouts.
rMKU MUM It.
Single Rig for Sale.
A arnod irtmt.e fn.mil v horae and harnpiu.
with light hack, fur Kale by
Stockholders of the East Fork Irrlentlni
Company hike notice that their annual meet
ing win oe ni'ici iu Done iiron. oince, town or
Hood River, at 1 o'clock Halurday. February
15, 11)02. 0. K. BONE, President,
Two Lots for Sale.
fnts I ..iirl klsutlr 111 Ul nnA Ul.,n.
B!dn wanted. Wish to Sell very much. Ad
dress O. O. BARUOt'K.
107 W. Main, Onind Junction. Colorado.
A lady who Is a xood cook can secure steady
employment at good wages to keep houxe on
a lurin. ijonen nnviiig more man one child
wriUi immediately to John
wnernwn CO., Oregon.
need not anulv
A full line of
ley's Book store.
ul Blanks for sale at Brad-
Hay for Sale.
A nice lot of hay for sale at from fll to 115 a
ton. JS O. 1). WOODWOUTH.
HOMESTEAD CONSOLIDATED NO
TICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles. Oreeon. January
27, 1U02. -Notice is hereby given that the following-named
net tiers have tiled notice of In
tention to make final proof on their reaped.
Ive liulniH before the Register and Receiver
at Tlie Dalles, Oregon, on Saturday, March
of Mosler, Oregon, on homestead application
No. for the southeast section 3At town
ship 2 north, range 11 eust, W. M.
CHARLK8 J. PHILLIPS,
of Hosier, Oregon, on homestead application
iMO. nasi, lor me souineiisi nortneusi y. sec
tion S, township 2 north, range 12 eaat, W. M.
Witnesses: (leorge Reno and Frank Taylor
of The Dalle, Oregon, and Klmer Root, Leo
Root, George Ireland, George Harrison and
C. J. Phillips of Mosler, Oregon.
j:il in" JAY P. LUCAS, Register.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
has been duly appointed Administrator ot
the estate of Putnam K. Bradford, deceased.
All neraon.1 having claims against said eatat
are hereby notified to present the same, prop
erly verified, to me at Hood River, Oregon,
within six months, from the date of tbla notice.
Hated this 2th day of January, 11102.
P. V. BRADFORD.
Administrator of the Estate of Putnam F.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Ijind Office at The Dalits, Oregon, Jan. 27,
Wi. Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ng-named settler has tiled notice of bis inten
tion to make final proof In lunixirt
of his claim, aud that said proof will be
made before George T. Prather, U. H.Commii-
ioner, at Hood River, Oregon, on Friday.
March 7, 1S02, viz:
MICHEL I. OSTEROAARD,
of Vlcnto, Oregon, It. K. No. 5171, for the
north southeast W and lot 1, section &,
township 3 north, range V east, W. M.
He names the nillowing witnesses to prove
his continuous residence npon and cultiva
tion of, said land, vii:
James ( bitty, H. W. Outran and David
Powell, all of Viento, Oregon, and 8. K. Biylbe
of Hoid River. Oregon.
J:tlm7 JLI!1'l:AS Rol"lpr
(Timber Land, Act June S, 1S7K.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Vailed States Land Ofrtce,Vancmiver.W'ah
Jan. 21, 1WW. Notice is hereby given that In
compliance with the provisions of the act if
congress of June 3, ISTii, entitled "An act for
the sale of timber lands In the Slate of Cal
ifornia, Oivgon. Nevada and Washington
Territory," us extended to all the public land
slates by act of August 4.
EDWIN C, NEWTON,
of Tacoma. eonnty of Pierce, state of Wash
ington, bus this day tiled in tbla otltce his
sworn statement No. si, for tlie purvhaae of
the north northwest anfl southwest W
northwest section Now 2H, and nonhemst
imrlbenst of awtlon No. &, In township
No. north, range No. 11 east, W. M., aud
witlotler prut if ui show that the land sought is
nttire valuable for iu timber oe some than fiir
agricultural purpose, and to establish bis
rlaiiH lu said lsuil before the Register and Re
ceiver of this oftlce at Vanciuvr, Wasa on
Friday, the lllli day of April, Hri.
He n.imes as witnesmsc H;nry W. Lneders
and Tilltston V. Copland of Tacniia, Waa,
Fiank H. Hasaeu ot Minneapolis, Minn.. aAxl
Frank Tieman of tileiieoe, Minn.
Any and alt person claiming adreraety the
ahove-desrrihen lands am retnested to file
their claims In t h Is alitor on or before said HUi
davof April, 1MU.
jlui W. R. DUNBAR, Register.
People's Store Quartet
THEY ARE HUMMERS.
The Federation Line of Dress Shoes.
They are stylish. They wear. They fit. And a better Ladies' Shoe
has NEVER betui shown on the Pacific coast for
The F. 0. Line of Corsets.
The newest shapes. Comfortable and durable. We get them direct
from the factory, and the prices are right. Ladies, you can not
afford to miss those
50c and $1.00 Corsets.
The Sirosis Line of Kid Gloves.
The bust (l(jlov in tlu United States. Thair saccjas is established.
You will never a-?aui experiment with other makes of similar price
after trying the Sirosis. '
Our Closing Out Line of Shoes
Include dress shoes, loggers and heavy shoes for men, dress shoes
and every-day shoes for women and children. In fart, bargains for
, everybody. We want our money out of these goods to put Into
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
We are closing out ocv stock of mackintoshes at alo prices. See them
you want Bargains.
Our stock of Ladies' and Gentlenien' underwear is complete. We have
the be8tJvalue8 in shoes ever shown in Hood l;iver, and our prices are as low as
the good quality of the goods w ill jtistifv.
bone & Mcdonald.
1 Xlil LATEST
4-V'V" SHOE for WOMEN.
FIFTY-FIRST SATURDAY SURPRISE SALE,
8U8PENDERS-A11 our 25c,35c, 40c and 50c Suspenders, a nice lot to se
lect from. If you need a pair, now's your time
23c per Pair.
2 cts per paper, Adamantine Pins, needle point.
4 cts per pair, Arm Bands, a variety of styles.
5 cts per pkg, Button Fasteners, keep your coat buttons on.
10 cts per pkg, White Diamond Glass and Silver Polish.
15 cts per pkg,'pirture wire, 75 feet in package.
15 cts each, Boys' Winter Caps, warm and serviceable.
TOWELS Fast Color Border Linen fluck Towels, 1732; flnegoodsata
special price, TEX CENTS EACH.
Boys' and Girls' Ilygenic Fleece Lined Underwear, specially season
able goods at little prices.
GLOVES We have the most complete line of Gloves ever shown here;
anything ymi want, from a 25c working glove to a silk-lined Kid
Glove for f 1.25.
LCTS OF NEW GOODS. PRICES ALWAYS LITTLE.
THE LITTLE STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES.
The UptoDate Store
Corner Oak and Main.
Is soon to remove to larger quarters, and having bought extensively
for next spring and summer, we are anxious to turn every winter
garment, in fact all stock on hand, into cash, as we believe in show
ing new, stylish gijods each season to be the only way to attract trade
and retain customers. Now, this has been a mild season, very little
warm goods sold, hence we mean to make such price reductions as
will torcc goods out even though the process is a losing one for us.
CAPES, READY - MADE WAISTS,
WOOL HOSIERY, DRESS GOODS, etc.,
All cut deeply, and many other lines which lack of space will not
permit of mention.
Special attention given to reducing stock on Shoes, as we are put
ting in lines for spring and summer which we must have money to
pay for, and we are willing to sacrifice our profit and even lose money
on these goods rather than carry over stock until next fall. We have
not had facilities for giving our Shoe Department any prominence ;
many people even do not know we carry shoes; we have been so
busy selling other lines. But now we mean to sell SHOES, if there
are any shoes selling. We have good wearing, well fitting, swell
looking, sterling values, and we absolutely stand behind EVERY
PAIR sold, notwithstanding reduced prices.
Loggers' Shoes from $2.80 up
Dress Shoos from ? 1.56 up
Ladies' Shoes from..' 1.16 np
Boys' Shoes, cobblers' enemy, EVERY PAIR GUARAN
TEED, Nos. 24 to hxi 1.60
Infants', Childs' and Misses' shoes all reduced.
FRANK A. CHAM.
rlCORRECT.$ 50 SUPERIOR
pvSTiLE ?3 QOALTi
tucv cit rut rrrr and ahe
inu ni NIL f LCI COMFORTABLE
Equal to any $5 Shoe on the Market
If y..'ir de'iler l.
ijAir tor u V,.j
'a, Manufactured by
Hinsiesoisa Ssca S
i' -t Vof tr.f.(n. ir-iM ft! hi'D (ffttinit
,iu y iH:".r. iui k ;i..m t io j.r. m n aiua.
C. f 0TZIAN & CO., Prop'rs.
FOR SALE BY
bone & Mcdonald.
cook & cox,
Contractors and Builders.
SHOP WORK A SPECIALTY.
Our shop now has every facility for
turning out tiiMt-cluss work in the lino
of BRACKET WORK, ' PORCH COL
UMNS, TURN INC AND BAND SAW
ING. We can build a house of any de
pcriptioii, and complete it with all the
latest and improved embellishments.
Shop back of Glacier office.
T. 0. DALLAS,
The City Tinker & Plurhber.
Headquarters Fourth mid Oak Streets.
Hood River Pharmacy
WILLIAMS & BROSIUS, Proprietors
Headquarters for everything you need in
Re. Dm 83311 Pel
BRUSHES OF ALL KINDS.
Prescriptions Our Specialty.
lT3 ill ip i!
Annual Clearance Sale
In this twenty days' sale will be a supreme effort to unload and
close out all of our winter stocks, laggards, late comers, odds and
ends, by the wonderfully low prices we put upon tliem.
20 per cent
On Ladius' Waii-ts in flannel and sateen, Hose, Wool Mittens, Gloves
and Wool Blankets.
25 per cent
Men's and Boys' Suits,' Underwear, Sweaters, Shoes, Slippers and
Crockery and Glassware are greatly reduced; a 100-pieoe Senil-Por-.
celaiu Pinnei fot for $7.00. Don't miss this.
A glance through our store will demonstrate there are no dull times
here, no nailing fur business, but always making iU
J. . HAND.
Of lAdif Ml WW' ftiv. Ml irvt."n nndiwr
nd hosiery, coinnifiirinir J;.uury 1st. Th
price on every e.inm nt rIiu-''1 nt on-hfilf.
Ladle' utt-wooJ, I inrvm-e -fa!. .! com I tt na
tion tuitm ire, f.-nn.T u u i.L l4.1ie'
Bttirt wool Vft. w i 7.V. IJidies
combination nut a. 2, Vt r Ludi'-siind
Mtwe' cttmH tntirvnK V wre M ww
Children's and BmV h hwl nd
toe, Ironclftd. Vi1 op t t r. iwial Hw prtre
on all Millinery rmxi dannu itii' Im I
Millinery and Furnishing Goods
E1EIA HEAT MARKET.
Fresh and Cured Meats,
Fruits and Vegetables.
Free Delivery. Phone 35.
Notti M hrtjr ft veil Hi ft t tb partnership
Mtrlofur existlDf odor Uw Srm ttm erf
Fouta Hna is hmj tsmlvl kjr amtasj
enosrnt. 1 n HiKimtrwa will ourt ftii t
s. r. oirra.
i eouuu do kad pa; i
Need no introduction to the old settlers of this valley, but for tho ben
efit of newcomers we wisli to say that the-w Shoes aro positively un
excelled for hard service. When you want a pair of Shoes that will
WEAR, try Miller's.
A. S. BLOWEES & SON.
3- E. BARTMESS.
Tlie youn;; man loves the young woman;
1 hut s Ins business.
V VtV a ( The young woman loves the young
'"XJfiStj That's her business.
( 1 j vouny until aim young woi
" W4,.....Ai munietl;
t .T i i nut s ine jireaeiier s oiisiliess.
JvTVlV P7 -v '"' lurnituro, carpets, w
rswy'jg-' paper and building material;
jimi n iiij tl
DIRECTOR A XI) KM11A1.MKL.
S. E. BARTMESS.
The Prather Investment Co.,
The Reliable Real Estate Agents.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
ttilS, CWli, MEttJflEf 13 L0 ijHMCB.
Lots and Block9 for Sale. Taxes paid for non-residents. Township
l'lats and Blanks in stock.
Telephone 61. Correspondence solicited.
IN THE LINE.
With FIRST GLASS STAPLE
And FANCY GROCERIES.
' fstGoods delivered to any part'of the Cily.J
Your Patronage Solicited.
H. 0. EVERHART.
HANNA & HARTLEY,
Are still doing business at the same old stand, ind tin ir cash prices
are pleasing their trade. We have no !ar,:e I, :tuk account to boast of
but believe in the old eayiiii that "A niiiil.'.e f-ixpence beats a lazy
dollar," therefore we are salitied with
Quick Bales and Small Profits.
omti ,: v --viimB "
COME AND SEE THE
0 Large assortment of choice Trees. K t ially fine I t f one ami two
year old Apple.
WE CAN' SUIT YOl. Send in your order f-arly.
H. C. BATEHAM, Propr.