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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1902.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Money to loan on real estate. A.A. Jaytie
Feifer's Union 5c cigar atW.B. Cole's.
Write your insurance with Friday A
A light and a heavy wagon to trade for
wood or sell at the Transfer Co.
For loggers' shoes go to Bone & ' Mc
Donald's. " ' '
No. 1 baled hay for sale at the Transfer
& .Li very Co.
List your property with Friday '&
For flour and feed go to Bone & Mc
Ladies' underwear extra sizes' at Bone
Fresh cows for sale at Tucker's. Ap
ply to B. K. Tucker.
The best 6c smoke in town Feifer's
Union, at W. B. Cole's.
Crops-cut saws, axes and all woodmen
and loggers' tools at Savage's. ', ,., :
Peanuts cold or peanut hot,
Vw Rell the best tlmt can be bought; '
Jf you give them once a tent,
I hi.ow you'll ay they are the bent.
Uncle John Smith is visiting at Taco
Kext Sunday is the first Sunday in
Lent. , '-
Ilanna & Hartley have dry stove wood
for Hale. ' "
Mies Van Wyck of Portland is visiting
Mrs. A. B. Canfield.
Rev. Frank Spaulding is assisting in
special meetings at Pendleton. 1
Back numbers of magazines for sale at
large discount at Bradley's news stand.
Traffic on the river has been resumed.
The boats are making their regular trifs.
F. C. Sherrieb butchered a nine
months old pig Feb. 4th, that drsseed
Hve acres, set to uernes, wuiiiu 17$
mile? of town, for eale on easy terms
by Friday & Barnes.
The snow was more than three feet
deep at Davenport's Millslast week. At
Green Point, it was reported five feet
Arthur Whcelhouse and Miss Lillian
Snell were married at Arlington Febru
ary tith. They will reside at Columbus,
The editor of the Glacier has been
elected an honorary member of the
Hasfalo club, which he considers a
Enterprising citizens of White Salmon
will build steps up the bluff about on
the line of the old foot trail leading from
the lower valley to Wyers' hotel.
Don't forget that Dr Frank Strong Ph.
tv . win lecture at the U. B. church,
Feb. 2Mb.. You will have to be there
earlv if vou want a seat. Collection tak
en to defray expenses.
A teacher is wanted at Carson, Ska
mania county, Wash., school to begin
thi. first Mondav in April. Send appli
cators to Mrs. Amelia Andrews, Dist.
CI" rk, Carson, Wash.
a ' Hlms and histwobovs are srub-
birp two acres on his 20 acres bought of
the iitt nlace. which he expects to mt
int. nottitoeg in the spring and next fall
will set to strawberries.
C. M. Wolfard has purchased the
Ward house at White Salmon trom A.
11. Jewett. He aleo gets several lots
with it. This property is east of Wol
fard's store about three hundred yards.
Mrs. Lvdia Vandevoort Lehman will
recite, "Who Killed Joe's Baby?" this
Thursday evening at the U. B. church.
This will be given under the auspices of
the prohibition alliance. Admission
The Holmes Ice Company succeeded in
harvesting a tine lot of ice, some say 14,
000 tons. Ice houses had to be con
structed while the ice was being gath-
ered, w hich kept a force of 40 men at
work under Winans Bros.
A shij mint of wall paper direct from
the Eat-t, productions of the best for
eign and American artists for the Wall
Paper Emporium.makes their line com
plete, and the tinest and most artistic
in the country. Three cents to$8.50per
S. S. Jeffries and L. C. Hnynes," the
new barbers who purchased the Bon Ton
parlors of Evans & DeBord, are both
family men anil are liviyg in the Jack
son house above the Eureka market, on
Second street. They both like Hood
W. H. Pugh and wife are visiting in
the Eaht. , They left here January 28th
and will visit relatives in Kansas, llli
nois.Missouri and Oklahoma.and will be
gone about three months. This is their
flrst visit East since they came to Ore
gon in 1873. .
- M. M. Hill and wife and Miss Mary
Smith lately arrived here from Waterloo,
Iowa. Mr. Hill has been merchandis
ing as well as farming in Iowa, and ex
pects to locate here and go to farming.
They are living in the Fairview bouse,
in Blowers addition.
One of the most enjoyable events of
u. ans mi ovster supper at the
1 ,.f 1 v .l..nkiii Wednesday even
Ilt'lIIXJ "i " - - .
inc Feb. 6th, by the members and
f,.;..'.i ,l tl, Vnllev Christian church
in appreciation of his noble work during
1 ho Mit month. There were seventy-
, ,.u . -
Arthur Clarke bus cWed his jewelry
rttop in this city, ai.d h-ft last Monday
for Hood- Kiver.whe.e he will spend the
irt..r with his brother, who is in the
drug business. Arthur will also visit
relatives at The Dulles and Moro, and
t,. u. min return to Heppner in
tho soring. Heppner Times.
Mail contracts have been awarded as
follows: From Hood River to Bingen,
nh in .1 II. Dethman. for 1224 a
vear; W hite Salmon to Trout I.ake, T
Vv..r. t:?H4: White Salmon to Glen
.L..t T Wvi'rs. 1.0!5: Hood River to
u flood. O. Fredi-nberg. $312.
The contracts run four years from July
M G. D. W'oodworth and
mhi.rs ulnnned a surprise on Mr.
hiI Mrs. H. C. Shaffer last Saturday
,nnini Among the many useful arti
cles brought was an assortment of dish
es which pleased M rs.Shaffer vtfv much ;
also several vellow legged chickens,
w hich Mr. Shaffer considered appropn
ate for the occasion.
Unrtlpv tells the following bear
Peter" Schmid and Joe Aernie
of Trout l.ake went out to set bear traps
.1 month mro. They found war
t Li and followed the bear and killed
him That was bearenongh for oneday
T ,Hra l,it.r thpv started again to set
their traps and they again got onto bear
tro. L ami lo owed Drum r.11 uay uh
about dark, when they found him in
i.niinw lo Thev killed the - bear
Jught came on mf about six inches of
snow covered t up grounii, iitry n-um
find no dry wood to start a fire, so thev
crawled 'into the hollow tht had
been wanned by the bear and camped
fur thp n iifht withont tire. It's a cold
day when Trout Lake bear hunter gets
The Davidson Fruit Company says
that Hood Kiver is away bebind tn the
n,,.it..r ., rub-inn black berries. The
.r,.v,er licre are raising the 1-awton,
I. r and kiltntinv. varieties that
h; lw-. ii discarded bv those localities
that are now making notable sccesse
in that branch of fruit growing by rais
ing the Erie. Hood Rivertun do as well
or better than they do with the same
Mtrietv but will iiot be in the front
ranksotherwise. The Erie ripen its
crop at the same time as other varie
ties mentioned bbt produces larger
j i ld of better fruit and will stand alitp
ping exa lU-otly.- Another liit of dvic
for the raf) lerrT and blackberry grow
ers is to pii-k dailv nnles the weather is
exceptionally rooi. for a few over-ripe
tn-rries in a KiX will nndd and ruin the
Joe Laro, a boy from the planer, while
on his way to town by the railroad one
day last week, found two large rocks on
the track just below Phelps creek falls.
While pondering what to do, a tie in
spector came along from town. Train
No. 6 from the East was late that morn
ing and was expected at any time. The
tie inspector left the boy to flag the
train if one came along, while he came
back to town and got four or five men to
go back with him to roll off the rocks.
The tie inspector placed two torpedoes
on the track to givo warning, and when
No. 5 came along and the torpedoes went
off it is said there was consternation
among the passengers and their hands
instinctively went to their pocket books.
There will be a joint discussion be
tween the Pine Grove and Odell literary
societies at the Odell school house on
Thursday evening, Feb. 13th, at 7:30.
The subject will be "Resolved, That the
Chinese ought not to be excluded from
the United States." Affirmative, O. A.
Wyman, Prof. E. II. llartwig. D.
Odell and Mr. Carneg. Negative, A. I.
Mason, Prof. D. Gunnell, Prof. Charles
Sproat and Roy Jackson. The discus
sion is the result of a challenge from the
fine orove society to the Udell society
to hold joint debates, exchange pro
grammes, etc., for mutual improvement
and entertainment. Other programme
will be announced later.
F. P. Friday advertises in the Glacier
for five pairs of silver gray squirrels.
He desires to shelter them and feed them
and see them increase and disport upon
our oak trees in the town. These beau
tiful animals can do no harm and would
be an everlasting source of pleasure to
all lovers of nature. Mr. Friday is a
true friend of the silver gray squirrels
and says he will prosecute any person
who will shoot these animals out of sea
son. If they can once more be allowed
to enjoy life in our parks and private
grounds there should be an ordinance
providing for their protection.
Lincoln day was appropriately ob
served in Hood River. A full house
greeted the speakers at A. O. U. W.
hall. The meeting, presided over bv
the commander of Canby post, J. W .
Rigby, was opened by the audience
singing "America." Then followed pa
triotic addresses by Reverends J. W,
Jenkins, J. L. Hershner, H. C. Shaffer
and W. G. Eliot. Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Jayne sung a selection and Mrs. God
durd gave a recitation.
' "E. R. Bradley has about completed
the printing of the Rules and Regula
tions of the Hood River Public Schools
adopted by the board of directors Jan.
31, 1902. . It makes a neat pamphlet
of 16 pages. " A synopsis of the course of
study and a list of the graduates since
the school was graded are also given. It
is a neat job and shows that as good
work, outside of lithographing, can be
done in Hood Kiver as any where.
Capt. Harry Olsen, who has been in
command of the Nicolai Go's tug boat
Felida, has decided to go to Alaska in
the spring and has' offered his ranch for
rent. It is one of the best berry places
on the Washington side. Last year he
sold 113 crates of strawberries from lees
than one acre, first crop, which netted
3.30 a crate. .
W. Ch. Carlyle, an old Indiana friend
and neighbor of S.E. Bartmess and fam
ily.was in town last Saturday. Mr.Car
lyle belongs to a big lumbering com
pany that have extensive tracts of tim
ber lands in Arkansaw and in Washing
ton, where they operate big mills.
The firm of Jackson & Firebaugh were
badly knocked out during the past week.
Mr. Firebaugh waB laid up with the
grip and Mr. Jackson was threatened
with blood poisoning trom an injury to
his hand. But they are both improving
and will pull through all right.
Miller & Co.. successors to E. V. Jen
sen, have put up 30 tons of ice for next
summer's use. They have also added a
tine line of cigars to their stock. With
this combination they will be able to
serve lovers of the weed with a nice,
cool smoke. .
The home talent of Hood River in
tends to give the famous "Irish Duke"
Dlav at the Artisans' hall on Monday
evening, February. 24th. Tickets, and
programme will oe out immediately
Mrs. Reid and Miss Lizzie Roberts
moved into the Langille house last Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noble, in
whose house they had been living, are
expected to come back from Bonverton
Prof. C. D.Thompson is in attendance
at the teachers' examination at the
Dalles as one of the board of examiners.
His room in the public school is taking
a recess till next Monday. '
Hon. K: I.. Smith re:ul 3. naner before
the fruit growers' meeting at The Dalles
hist Saturday. A fruit growers' union
was organized after the plan of the Hood
River union. . .
M. R. Noble rece.ved a telegram
Wednesday notifying him of the death
of his wife's only brother, Geo. oung,
at Los Angeles, Cah.Feb. 11th. Hisage
was 4o. ,
Rev. Geo. R.' Varney,' Baptist state
missionary, win preacu at me i.
church on Monday evening at 7:30. All
are invited to come out and hear him.
L. Bradley, the artist, got some good
views of the workmen putting up ice on
the slough below town. These views
can be seen at E. R. Bradley's store.
C. R. Donnell and Frank Motter.Port
laud representatives of Drigga, Culbert
son & Co. of this city, were business
visitors at Hood River Wednesday.
The price of meat has gone up. Beef
uteuk in Hood River is 21$ rents higher,
to correspond with the ruu m price of
meat by the trust in Portland.
Several applications have been receiv
ed to teach the new scliool at Belmont.
This is as much as the Glacier can tell
you about the school this week. .
Van Johnson reports that the Califor
nia quail are plentiful at his place and
feed at his barn. He warns hunters
not to molest them.
Rev. Robert Copple arrived from Pen
dleton Wednesday and stopped over to
see his parents. He is on his way to
Barrett school is getting pretty well
crowded. The principal room has 50
pupils enrolled and the primary 54.
Richard T. Mills lost four pigs about
two months old from a strange disease.
The pigs swelled up'and buretcd.
W. T. Ellwanger, representing the
Portlaud office of the Bradstreet Com
pany, was in town Wednesday.
The ladies' aid of the Congregational
church will meet at the parsoiiHge on
A. B. Billings, one of the circuit court
jurors, returned home Thursday morn
ing. The beautiful suow is still with us'
still lingers in the lap of spring.
Up to Tuesday evening 100 voters had
registered in Hood River.
The snow is two feet deep in Crapper
Jry our 5o Pullman bread at Boylea'
St Valentine eiitertainnient tonight.
Easter comes this year on March 30th.
6. Cornet and organ" duet, Charles
7. The Btory of St. Valentine's day,
Mrs. James Shaw.
8. Organ solo, Pearl Bradley.
' 9. Solo, MrsC. N. Clarke.
10. Club swinging, Miss Nicklnson.
11. Violin solo, Clarence N. Gilbert.
12. Solo, Mrs. Huxley.
13. Clog dance, Arthur Clarke.
14. Recitation, "Christmas eve at the
Corners," Mrs. H. J. Frederick.
-Admission 25 cents adults, children 10
White Salmon Side.
White Salmon people are fairly sur
prised at the appearance of one foot of
snow, but we are glad we don't live at
Trout Lake, where it is three feet deep.
We are glad, also, that the snow is ac
companied by rain. It will be a great
help to our coming crop of strawberries.
Rev. J. W. Jones is conducting a pro
tracted meeting at the new Bethel
church. He says he will keijji it up as
long .as the people come. Tliey turn
out well the sleighing is good.
Robert Cox is bunging in and locat
ing a great number of homesteaders and
timhermen near Trout Lnke, seven go
ing out in one conveyance this week.
A good time was had at the dance at
White Salmon Falls school house. The,
proceeds go to aid the district.
T. Wyers has obtained both the Trout
Lake and Glenwood mail contracts.
A.- H. Jewett has laid out .the prop
erty ho purchased of Ward Bros, into
town lots and ten-acre tracts. The ten
acre tracts are to be sold to strawberry
C. M. Wolfard purchased the house
and lot formerly occupied by A.J.Ward,
on Front street, The two families just
changed residences. Mr. Wolfard says
he will like his new , home very well
when Mr, Jewett gets the city water
works completed. At present he has
to depend on hauling water in a cart,
but t lie cart is busted and the Wolfard
house is "dry." "
Hurrah for the new steam, ferry!
Thomas & Son and Wolfard are prepar
ing to lay in large stocks of goods to ac
commodate their Hood Kiver.custnmers
who will cross on the new ferry to go
where they can get goods cheap. Un
doubtedly a great number of them are
tired of "enormous" prices. Jimmie.
Still it snows. If it keeps up this kind
of weather two weeks longer there will
be some hustling around for hay. Snow
has fallen to the depth of nearly two
The literary and debating society met
last Friday night and was opened by
President Fred Taylor and Secretary
Fred Gates. After an excellent pro
gramme the question: "Resolved, that
irrigation should be owned orcontrolled
by the government or state," was ably
discussed by J. H. . Shoemaker on
the affirmative and Louis Arnison
on the negative. Both sides put
up a very- able discussion and
advanced toine' good ideas. The judges
decided in favor of the" negative. - .The
society meets every two weeks and
has spelling school every two weeks.
Everbodv come and bring the little folks.
Miss Nellie Wickhain was given a sur
prise Friday evening, after literary, in
honor of her birthday. Every one en
joyed a very pleasant evening..
Lois Krieilly is getting so that she can
walk around a little, her ankle being
painfiil and swollen yet.
Many of our young folks attended the
masquerade at Eastman's Friday night.
All reported a tine time.
A Good .Meeting.
A regular business meeting and social
of the C. K. society of the Valley
Christian church was held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs.Garner.on Lyman Smith
avenue,Friday evening of last week.
President Einmel took' charge of the
meeting. The reports of the different
committees were very encouraging, es
pecially that of the lookout committee
as reported by Mrs. I). Lockman, chair
man, 15 active and 10 associate members
during the past mouth- The C. E. so
ciety now numbers 75. A few sugges
tions were then offered by the pastor
in regard to future work, after which
a couple of hours were spent hi a social
time, followed by a delicious lunch,
Those present were: Mr and Mrs Gar
ner, Mr and Mrs J W Jenkins, Mr nnd
Mrs D Lockman, Mr and Mrs U L top
ple, Misses lrena Bridges, Carrie Cou
ple, Nannie Gerking, Cora Copple, Stel
la Richardson, Lucv Jenkins, Mary
Gerking, Sellie Bird, ' Edythe Copple,
Maie Uoe, Delia Turner, Rosa Hoggs,
Anna Smith, Riiie Blugg, Ilia Rood,
Grace Upton, Mabel Jenkins, Violet
Garner, Messrs E L Rood, Frank l'os
berg, J W Emmcl, Walter Gerking,
George Wilson, ..George Smith, Albert
Kelley, Cecratda Smith, Harry Rood,
Waldo Emerson, Zed Bridges, Clarence
Copple, Wilford Jenkins, Tom Bishop,
Arctiie Helms, Fred Ingalls, Preston
Jones, Clarence Fosberg,. Roy Neal,
Harold Jenkins, Harry Richardson and
A Genuine Surprise.
A grand birthday surprise took place
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. La go
Tuesday, Feb. 11th, it being her 2Mh
birthday anniversary, and about 15 of
their friends drove up and stopped, tied
their teams, all got out, gathered on the
porch, rapped at the door, called for
Mrs. Lage and as she came to the door
all called out: "Oh it is a birthday sur
prise." It was such a success that we
found her about to retire for the night.
The crowd walked in and took possession
of the house and made themselves at
home. Dancing and the disposing of a
most dainty lunch comprised the even
ing's entertainment, and a more pleas
ant one was never spent. The lateness
of the hour of departure testified to the
delightful time enjoyed by the guests.
The following were present : Mr ahd Mrs
H F Lage, Mr and Mrs J It Crosby, Mr
and Mrs W P Scobee, Misses Tillie Mohr,
TinaCramer.lreno Sproat, Marie Owens,
Messrs Boo Lage, Ed Lage, Peter Mohr,
Johnnie Rolierts.G. Gunnell,.! im Taylor
and Howard Searles. W. .
Circuit court in session at The Dalles
this week contained a very light docket,
Court adiournedTuesdav. Cases of in
terest to Hood River were disposed of as
Davenport Bros. Lumber Co. vs. B.M.
Teal and O. L. Stranahan, A. A. Jayne
attorney. Passed. Default and decree.
M. Sue Adams vs. A. P. , Bateham,
Caplei & Allen for plaintiff ; A. A. Jayne
for defendant. Passed. Motion to dis
miss appeal allowed.
Columbia Packing Co. vs. A. A. Bon
ney, Bennett & Siuuott attorneys. Pas
sed. . '
J. W. Lawrence vs. W. A.Slingerland,
J. L. Henderson for plaintiff ; A. A.
Jayne for defendant. Appeal from jus
tice court. Dismissed on motion of de
fendant for want of prosecution.
John R. Bird et. al. vs. Hood River
Lumber Co., W. 11. Wilson attorney.
Settled and dismissed.
Eleanor Potter vs. M. B. Potter, Geo
11. Williariis for plaintiff: W. II. Wilson
andG. W. Phelps for defendant. Passed.
County Sunday School Convention.
Arrangements have been made for a
county Sunday school convention to be
held at The Dalles, March 13-14. It is
expected that every Sunday school in
the county will send delegates: An excel
lent programme is being prepared for
the convention. The . state Sunday
school field secretary, C. A. Dotson of
Portland was here over Sunday and
Monday working up the convention.
The programme and further announce
ments "will appear later.
In Hood River, Feb. 7, 1902, Leslie
Learner, infant son of Mr. and Mrs.Tru
man Butler, aged 2 months and 3 days.
Death was caused by congestion of the
stomach, after an illness of only two
days. The Dalles Chronicle of Monday
says: "Much sympathy is expressed
for Mr. and Mrs. Truman Butler in the
loss of their infant son, Leslie Learner.
Had he been with them two years in
stead of two monthsthey could not have
been more attached to him nor grieved
more over his loss. The little one seem
ed to feel slightly ill on Friday and Sat
urday morning, but in a few hours grew
suddenly worse and died about 2 o'clock,
the trouble being congestion of the stom
ach. Accompanied by Leslie Butler and
MissCarrio they arrived on the noon train
yesterday from Hood River, and were
met by a number of their friends who
accompauied tiiem to the cemetery,
where the little one wai laid to rest in
the Butler lot. Rev. D.V. Poling offered
praver and Messrs.Crandall, Davenport,
Puling nnd Northup sang "My Faith
Looks up to Thee.'' The tiny grave
was a bank of flowers offsetting the
In Hood River valley, Feb. 7. 1902, of
consumption, Mrs. Olivia K. Ellingson,
niied 37 years. Deceased was bom in
Norway and came to this country about
in veftrs auo. ine lamuy resuieu in
Portland, and last summer the wife and
four children came to Hood River for
her health. But the disease was too far
advanced and she found no relief. She
leaves a husband apd four little children
to mourn her loss. Interment was made
in ldlewilde cemetery on Sunday. The
bereft husband. Thou. Ellingson, will
take the children to Portland,
Congregational . Church. Sunday
school. 10 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m
Junior Endeavor, 3 p. m. C. E., 7:30
p. m., fraver meeting vveunesuay
evening at 7:30. The public is invited
to these services. -Rev. J. L. Hershner,
United Brethren Church. Sunday
school at 10 a. ni. Preaching at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer service every Wednesday even
ing, at 7:30. Strangers in the city will
be cordially welcomed. II. C. Shaffer,
Valley Christian Church. Sunday
School at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a.m.
Christian"" Endeavor at H:30 p. m.
Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Rev. C. A.
Dotson of Portland w ill' preach Sunday
morning. J. W. Jenkins, pastor.
Advertised Letter List.
February 10, 1902.
Howell, Mrs G P Lewis, Mr, ElecB Co
Lewis, Mrs Ole. Robinson Clarence
Card of Thanks.
I desire to thank .the good peqde of
Hood River valley, and especially of the
Valley Christian church, for tle kind
ness shown to my family during the
sickness and death of my wife.
A one-year-old brlnUle heller, marked with
a round hole In one ear. Will pay a reward
to learn of her whereabouts.
fH 0. B. HARTLEY.
The Iegree of Honor will give a high
ly interesting entertainment in A. O. I.
W. ball Friday evening, February 14th.
After the programme pretty tableaux
representing popuiur books will be given
and a prixe will la? awarded the person
guessing thegreatet number of title. A
fair postmistress will preside over a
valentine office anil a candy table
which mill be the rhU-f attract ion through
the evening. IVtiiious refresh nients
ill be served after the programme,
which w composed of the following num
- 1. Quartette, stringed mstrnnient.
2. A leotnr bv one of the "ties".
Mrs Zo Shaffer'
S. Solo, "Sopteml-er," Mrs. A. A.
'4. Recitation, Ievi Brdl-.
5. Slo, Arthur Clarke.
Department of the Interior, lTnlted K'.ates
Ijtnd ottlcs". The Unllos, oroon, Kehnmry 11,
hHrJ.Asllltielent conle-t rttiidavH liHVilu Ihvii
filed 111 this nlhVe liv William s. SeNon, cou
ti'Hliuil, iig'iinid hiimi'th'Md enlry No. 7 lul,
niHile Mmvh s. jum. Inr Die eal Im If noilli
wl (punier Mil l nest hull' sonitiweHl quarter
fUK'tioti 7, lowti.lilp I north, ntiine 10 eN(, VW
M., liy Kveranl tlinl. r, lonlt-d, e, Inwhleh it
is alleged that said Kveiaril ltutler has totally
ahuntloiu'd wild home.-lvrtd and han not In n
thereon for -nore than one year hi?,t past, and
that said abandonment !ill exiwt; and that
paid alliired ahseie-e from the aid land was
not due to hi emplo ment In the army, navv
or marine nr of the I'nlted states an u pri
vate aoldier, oilirer, seaman or marine du
ring the war wlih Spain, or during any rther
war In whieh flu l;nited states may lie en
Kiured: wod parties are hereliy notified to af
pear, rrsjxind and ott't-r evuh'n.v touehni!
said nlltvatnm t 10 o'eiock A. M.on April 7,
luri, twfere (tie lieuiter ami Heiver at the
I'nltrd stah hand t Uliiv at The Ihilles. ( Ir.
The said rvtilestant having, in a protH-r attt
itavH, filed January , set r,rlH tacts
which show that t;n'r due dills: nee jM-rsonal
service ol this not ice can not he made. It is
hcrchy ord.-i ed and directed that such iurt.ee
heelx cn due and projr puhlicaiion.
flimll JAY I. U ( AS, Ki-aisler.
Hay for Sale.
Apply to T. J. Cunning, or to
f J 1 (J. K. MARK HAM.
Ranch for Rent.
The earliest strawberry farm on the hill. In
full slBht of Hood River, 'fen minutes' walk
to the steamboat; 15 minutes drive to the
ferry. Healthy home, beautiful scenery; well
improved; good buildings and fences; pas.
Hues;;) acres in strawberries, 7 acres In fall
wheal, 2 acres In clover and alhtlfa; some
hear! ni; fruit- trees. Will rent for 2 or A years,
furnished or unfurnished, to earnest, indus
trious farmer. Address or call on
HAltRV OI.SKN, Underwood, Wash
it If. Tow red, with
t ow and ealf. Tow red. with white star la
lace; wliiUi on hind lejis; 6 years old; crop on
each ear; branded () Hon hip. Reward will
he paid to learn of their whereabouts.
h, 8. KHOAUKH, Kast Hood River.
Silver Gray Squirrels
Wanted. Five pairs (male and female) of
Silver Oruy Kuuirrels. Must not be Injured
by calchitiit, w in pay auc a pair tor inem.
V. V. FRIDAY.
-Almost new Ktvrand it Votey organ.
mincer bcwuik iiia, iiuie. iiimuiiuim
Onered yearling steer with right ear upllt
r,o brands, une tiouar rewaru ui Any one in.
funning me of his whereabouts.
stockholders of the East Fork. Irrigating
nomtkitiit' Luke notice that their annual meet
ing will lie held at Hone Bros.1 oiliee, town of
Hood Kiver, at 1 o eiocn saturauy, reuruary
l.i, r.irj. tJ. n, uur J restuenu
It ie a great satisfaction to wearers of
the Federation to know they are getting
the extreme limit of all the good qualities
that can be put into
a $2.50 Shoe.
Oak welt soles.
Strictly up to style.
Made by union workmen.
Careful buyers come again,
And again for the Federation.
No other style has so many points of perfection for the price, f2.50.
We have no shop-worn styles; the demand for them is so constant
they never grow musty with age.
Royal Spring Suit Samples now in. .
THE PEOPLE S STORE.
62d SATURDAY SURPRISE SALE.
Handsome, pattern, heavy flannelette House
Jackets, sailor collar, ruffled cuffs, silk crochet
edges, satin ribbon, tie ends, bound armholes.
They're so nice to slip on in the morning. You
couldn't, near make them for the price.
73 cts each.
Two Lots for Sale.
Tots 1 and 2, block 1, Hood Kiver proper,
Hids wanted. W ish U sell very much. Ad
Jrms 1. V. BARKtK K,
1U7 W. Main, Grand Junction, Colorado.
COX fKST XOTU K.
Deimlment of the Interior, fulled Slates
Ijind tlltii-e. Tm I Mll", Orcj ei. Kehruary II,
!oA sulhcient mitlest alii luvit nuillK
bei-o 11 hit ill this orti.v by Willi
S, Neliin, ,-,rt,,-M.,Hl. aunoi-t ho!
stead elliry No. s'. made Jul'
!', ft.r ti e iiiith'ii-f ii'ii r;. r urti.m
t"unhip 2 h"rMt. noiceli e-i. W. M.. by
Ali.lri-',v f I'MK. ii-lllc-lc. in tocii 11 i
i.-ni- l that il. I Au to 1. Piiltv In. loiullv
b:tn 1ii'-1 1 b-'m,--iead at.d lei-. n-t 11
thereon f,-r inure tl,..u si mon;il hi-t iM-t.
and tin. I "aid aiMii'l'i'iinent still cx;'-: and
that said a'leiied a!enw from the aul Ian 1
was not line I't hi- c--i;'t.iviiit-ut In the arinv.
Mi v or lea; ine co: of ll t'nilist M..t.' as
a pi ivnte sohtier, -onan. orh-'er or murine
durim II. e r "iilli ;-i-;oii. or during any
other will In illeh lll I'll 'led Male- ' b
emr-nred: -aid wrtli are hereby n.tnb'1 f.
ple!.r. re-pond and ml.-r rvt.l. nee i..ii,-l,lr
saai aPc-anon at I o'ci s k I. M.on April ;,
;si. Ie'.'re ths H".t. nn-i lieeelver at Hie
1 ni'ted static lnd i In The IHii,-, Or.
Tlie eon 1 slant havins, in a p-wix r sitl
dMt. Bled January l'Z. I ti.-Is
which shorn thai all, r due di i lecm- (-c. n il
seivitvot ll.ts n-'itlil' cjii not lie ma le. It Is
hereb ord, n-d Mid diin-te.i tftst mn-u notice
he tiiirn b due and Lin-isr p iiiluntHMi.
film 14 J A I 1-
Notice is hereby (riven that the underpinned
has las'n Unly apilnted Administrator ol
Hiecsinie of I'utnain F. Hradford, deceased.
All persoiu haviiw claims iwainat said elate
are iiervhv noiineii lo pp-senl the same, prop
erly verified, b me at Hisal Kiver, Oreiron,
ithln six uiontua from the data of thin no
Hated this 2Ub day of January, IS02.
K K. HltAIlKllUn.
Administrator of the Katale. of Putnam F.
(Timber Ijind, Act June S, PCS.)
NOTICK FOK PUIU.ICATIOX.
fulled Slates I.andtrlce,Vaneonver,Wash.,
Jan. 2. butt. None is hereliy given that In
comiiliaii'-e with the provisions of the act of
cmn ssof June , Is a, entitled "An act air
the sate of limber land, tn the Hlalea of Cal-
""- tfirnia. Orison. Nevada and Washington
5 cts, Tooth Brushes, good brushes for the chil
dren's teeth. v
10 cts, Long, clear bristle Tooth Brushes, good
enough for any one.
15 cts, ire Hair Brushes, a fine brush at a little price.
20 cts, Scrub Brushes, with handle, the good kind. .
20 cts, 3-inch Paint Brushes what's the use of paying more.
We have a most beautiful line of Valenciennes Laces, all widths, ,
from very narrow to extra wide. Cotton and Linen Torchon Lace,
etc., very pretty patterns at very little prices.
Men's and Boys' Dress Shirts.
'A very fine line of high grade Shirts, white and colored effects,
stiff or soft bosoms. If you want something up to date in Shirts, we
have them. Little prices.
We will pay $1.00 to the boy or girl drawing the best colored map
of Oregon. Inquire for particulars.
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 goods 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 force goods out even though the process is a losing one for us.
BLANKETS. . JACKETS,
SHOES, ' UNDERWEAR, '
CAPES, ' READY-MADE WAISTS,
WOOL HOSIERY, DRESS GOODS, etc.,
All cut deeply, and many othor 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; 1 we have been so
busy Belling 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 $2.80 up
Dress Shoos from 1.66 up
Ladies' Shoes from 1.16 up
Boys' Shoes, cobblers' enemy, EVERY PAIR GUARAN
TEED, Nos. 2H to 5,M 1.60
Infants', Childs' and Misses' shoes all reduced.
FRANK A. CBAH.
We are closing out our stock of mackintoshes at ealo prices. See them
you want Bargains. - .
Uur BtOCK Ot iauies anu uenucmeu itnuerweur is tuuipii;ij. iio'vo
the bestjvalues in shoes ever shown in Hood Kiver, and our prices are as low as
the good quality of the goods will justify.
bone & Mcdonald.
SHOE for WOMEN.
a CORRECT .$ 50 SUPERIOR
STYLE tj) QUALITY
V 1 1. "il
Jar Unf . ub '..:... -3k.
l Manufaoturad by 't
THEY FIT THE FEET kASSSSL
Equal to any $5 Shoe on the Market
i - ,i...l nnt liM.it 1irm. (rtnlii An Mm tettlrtl ft
yiit ir y;. V u "y tlieui la .toOi tmw V o It iu all mam.
n Hinnesota Shoe Gc s't. paul, min;
FOR SALE BY
cook & cox,
Contractors and Builders.
SHOP WORK A SPECIALTY.
Our shuniow has every facility for
turning out first-class work in the line
of BRACKET WORK, PORCH COL
UMNS, TURN IXC AXD BAX1) SAW
ING. We ciin build a house of any de
scription, und complete it with all the
latest and improved embellishments.
Shop back of Glacier oflice.
T. C. DALLAS,
The City Tinker & Plumber.
Headquarters Fourth and Oak Streets.
Hood River Pharmacy
G. E. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
Headquarters for everything you need in
X1UUU U1UQU UWUfiMJ
BRUSHES OF ALL KINDS.
Prescriptions Our Specialty.
Need no introduction to the old settlors of this valley, but for the ben
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.
. 1 SMAOfk
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AXD
Tho ymtiig man loves the young woman;
That's his business.
The young woman loves the young man;
That's her business.
The young man and young woman got
That's the preacher's business.
They will need furniture, carpets, wall
paper and building material ;
That's mv business.
KMBALMKR. - S. E. BARTMESS.
The-Prather Investment Co.,
The Reliable Real Estate Agents.
7 HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Annual Clearance Sale
In this twenty days' sale will be 4t 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 them.
20 per cent
On Ladius' Waists in flannel and sateen, Hose, Wool Mittens, Gloves
and Wool Blankets. '
25 per cent
Men's and Boys' Puits, Underwear, Sweaters, Shoes, Slippers and
Crockery and Glassware are greatly reduced ; a 100-piece Semi-Porcelain
Dinner Set for 7.00. Don't miss this.
A glance through our store will demonstrate there are no dull times
here, no waiting for business, but always making it
J. E. RAND.
I.LV as, Kwtr.
n rxtcitilcd to nil tb public laoti
hv act tH AujruM . irA
EDWIN C NEWTON,
of Taintft rounlr of lttrre Mitlr of Wjh
inj:t -ni, tin Kin rtny titfd in tin ortlc his
sunru :iU MmX No. ti. fr lh purhwe of
iiir- tiorih iiirtli-wi 4 aim taHiitiwtwi
rnhwt-t wtMn No. i and imrlhwwt
ivMthi-- f wnion Nt. in titwnhi
N.i. H tiitrt ti. nmtfe No. 11 W. M., an
iritl it r intf i htw thttl Uir land might t
ncrlruhurHl pnr:'i, and Ut rtbiih hln f
ivif i ift! 'Htir mi Vanrtpuvt-r, Wanti., on
Krl luv. ti lith day r( April. Iri.
Hf nni- witne: Hnrr W. l,nssr
ttnd Til!it V.C'Hnd f TiM'ma, Waidi..
huttik K ttawti t Minnrapoha, Mtun and
('r:tni Ttotnwn of itr, Minn.
Anv !id i!M-ninoUimiiif advrly th
rtKtMtlt---!-! ImihU rjirv-tNi to die
ih.ir r'.nnw m thi oitk m or before mid li Lb
dnv April, ltL
;jim W. R. DUNBAR, Ree1rtr.
(X Lad- MiH-N' and I hiidrn'f undTW"f
and hrwlcry, nnmtfiirih Jnnnary Iitt. The
rf in rvery tarnit-nt r-ur'.-l )nsi onnau.
ljidt" all-wi"xT. V laremf w amlt combina
tion unit, iTo. f.rm-r nrW, l.tt. Inta
natural wd Trt, 7.V. Ijidi
ritntbiiiaiHtn nu. 2"e, tp Vr. tjtd island
l a, nmclml. IV'P t-il"f. NiTial Uw price
on au 1 1 ti twr ' Khi.i aurmi uiw i
Millinery and Furnishing Goods
EUREKA MAT HAEffl.
Fresh and Cured Meats,
Fruits and Vesetables.
Free Deliverr. 1'bone 35.
1T,I to hrrjr rlrra tbM th rlniilp
hwtorp enaliDf .adfr tlx Sra mm ol
fiwu Boo to bfirti IfMir'S fcf UMl
: nrnvnt The nd-iirinl will ollrt au mc-
maul due and Dar ail MllinfiaM Arm.
, . mis.
Lots and Blocks for Pale. Taxes paid for non-residents. Township
Plats and Blanks in stock.
Telephone 51. ' Correspondence solicited.
IN THE LINE.
With FIRST CLASS STAPLE
e . And FANCY GROCERIES.
AVGoods delivered to any part of the Ciy.4 J
H. 0. EVERHART.
HANNA & HABTLEY,
Are still doing business at the name old stand, and their cash prices
are pleasing their trade. We havo no large bank account to boast of
but believe in the old saying that "A nimble sixpence beats a lazy
dollar," therefore we are satisfied with
Quick Sales and Small Profits.
COME AND SEE THE
Large assortment of choice Tree. Facially fine lot of one and two
year old Apple.
WE CAN SUIT YOt. Send in ronr order early.
H. C. BATEHAM, Propr.