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3ood liver Slacier.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1!, 1902. '
Pine Grove School Entertainment.
Editor Glacier: Flease allow me the
space to report our school entertainment
at the Pine Grove school house, Decem
ber 12. It proved to be quite ft pleasant
surprise to all who were fortunate enough
to have been there. For none of us
ever dreamed of such talent being pos
sessed by our school children. lour
humble reporter, at the beginning of
the evening's entertainment prepared
himself with pencil and paper to make
note of each performance in accordance
with its merits. But after it was all
over, I glanced over my notes and found
after each, such as good, fine, excellent,
tip-top, allright, 0. K., extra good,
grand, and say, Mr. Editor, if all such
expressions were applied to each duty
performed, it would only be an honest,
correct report. While I have passed to
the shady sido of 1 ife and have wit
nessed many school, entertainments, yet
I must confess that this was the best I
ever saw or. heard. It is very seldom
that a school entertainment has not
some little one who has forgotten
his speech,' or sometimes speaks in a
faltering tone, but such was this enter
tainment. Not a misshap from begin
ning to end. The little actors m the dia
logues were all stars. And if some of
them don't climb the ladder of fame we
miss our guess. We can't refrain from
giving praise to our excellent corps of
teachers, who labored so hard to make
this entertainment a success. It was
their thorough and careful training
which made it such a successful sur
prise to all, and the audience showed
Us appreciation of the teachers by giv
ing them a rousing vote of thanks.
The following is the programme as
Song Oregon, by the school.
Recitation A Tale of the Atlantic
Coast, Arlene Winchell.
Tableau Eclipse of the "Son," Clif
Bong A Corpse in Church, Marion
Sproat and Ivy Clark.
Dialogue Saved from the Poor House,
Peter Mohr, jr., Ralph Ordway, Ed.
Lago, Irene Sproat.
Recitation Our Hired Girl, Raymond
Tableau Held by a Thread, Edith
Winchell, Fred Mickleson.
Song Merry Sings the Lark, Advanced
Dialogue Waiting for the 2:40 Train,
Joy Mason, Nellie Johnson, Etta Clark,
Eva Water, Murda Thorn, Clifford Por
ter, Hugo Paasch, Carl Mohr.
Recitation The Red Jacket, Mable
Shadow Pantomime Ed Lage, War
ren Wells, Frank Eoardman, Fred Hen
nigan. Song t- Little Housekeepers, Alcne
Clark, Eva Slater, Gladys Clark.
Recitation Poor Little Joe, Edith
Tableau First scene, JOower Girl,
Maggie Wells; second scene, Flour Girl,
Song The Wind, Primary sc hool.
Rival oration Fred Hennigan, Al
Solo Will -1 Find Mamma There,
Recitation Poor House Nan, Mrs.
Dialogue The Storm, Fffie Robinson,
Lizzie Mohr, Warren Wells, Chas.Lage,
Tableau Great Expectations, Homer
Song Twilight, Blanche Harbison
Hester Harbison, Ruth Harbison.
Hoop Drill Eighteen little girls
drussed in -white.
' Tableau Red, White ad IJlue, by the
After the above programme had been
twudwd,-thcn came the social feature
of the evening. The ladies had come
laden with baskets tilled with every
thing good to eat, and owing to their te
merity to go into the audience and se
. lect a companion to assist them in einp.
tying their baskets, they hid themselves
behind a canvas and sold their shadows.
It was quite amusing and proved a suc
cess in getting every gi.l to eat with
some other girl's fellow. A prize cake
was rallied, and Miss May Perry was
the, winner. A confectionery stand was
another feature of success.
Some of the shadows sold as high as
$2.00 and were not very good looking,
cither. The general average of all bas
kets sold was over ft. -
Everybody had a good time, and all
went home at 1 :o0 "broke," but as it
wfis for a good cause no one regrets the
spending of the money. The net re
ceipts were $(3.3.5, and it will be used
to assist in decorating the interior of
the school building with pictures, books
and probably a new organ. Pine
iThat the I'ine Grove school never does
anything by halves was again proven by
the school entertainment given there
last Friday evening. The teachers, Prof
essor D. G. Gunnel! and Miss Mara
Smith had given the children a thorough
drilling iu their various parts and the
dialogues, tableaux, songs and recita
tions were all rendered in fine style.
The hoop drill given by 1(1 little girls
dressed in white, each with a blue bow
pinned to her shoulder and bearing in
her hand a large hoop striped in redand
white, was a most attractive feature.
The intricate evolutions made by the
little ones in this drill as they kept step
to the music of the organ showed skill
ful and patient work on the part of their
instructors. At the close of the enter
tainment 3ti lunch baskets owned by
the same number of young ladies were
sold at auction to the highest bidder.
The mode of auctioning these baskets
was quite a novelty in itself. A large
screen, sjtigji as are used in stereoptioon
shows, n erected in fnmt of the audi
ence and a strong light thrown on it
from the rear. Each youim lady was
required to pace to and I'm behind this
screen, reflecting her shadow thereon,
while the auctioneer decanted on the
prize which the bidder would secure for
a partner at supper; the shadow, of
course, often giving the bidder a strong
clue to ...the. identity of the sub
stance causing it. The Fale of the
3u Innihes - alone netted f;ii,25; the
highest selling at f 1 . 85. Charles
Slater served as auctioneer and bin art
ful blandishments were easily snllieient
io have bankrupted the crowd, but it
was necessary to shorten art to match
the hVetness of time, consequently a few
nickels were spared for the next like
event. The admission fees, the sale of
lunch plates, refreshments etc., swelled
the sum total for the evening to $7'i.00.
The net amount was fi3.:". This mon
ey will he expended in decorating the
schoolrooms and in purchasing more
books to enlarge the school library.
One o'clock came lietore the jollifica
tion ended and a tired, good natured,
well pleased crowd then wended their
ways homeward, all agreeing that Pine
(rove could hold ils own with any
school district on earth.
Advertised letter List.
December 15, 1W2.
iVvrman, Miss Emma I. rare Mrs Julia
. Wallace Phillips, Mrs J E G
Mathews, (too Nelson, Allen
W. M. YATES, T. M.
G. A. E. and W. It. C.
There was a good attendance at the
regular meeting of Canby post, G. A. R.,
last Saturday, when officer were elected
for the ensuing year. The following
were elected :
Commander W. H.-Perry.
Senior Vice Commander H.H.Bailey.
Junior Vice Commander A.L.Phelps.
Chaplain J. W. Rigby.
Quartermaster L. Henry.
Ollicer of the Day U. J. Byrkett.
Officer of the Guard L. Di. Blount. .
Surgeon T. D. Tweedy.
Delegates to State Encampment J. B.
Rand and M. F. Jacobs.! Alternatesr-L.
D. Mount and II. J. Byrkett.
The Women's Relief Corps elected
the following officers : .
President Mrs. Fannie Bailey.
Senior Vice Mrs. W. H. Perry.
Junior Vice Mrs. Abbott.
Chaplain Mrs. Flagg.
Secretary Mrs. T. J. Cunning.
Treasurer Mrs. J. L. Blount.
Conductor Mrs. A. -8. Blowers.
Guard Miss Carrie Crowell.
Both the post and relief corps are in
flourishing condition. The post has 36
members in good standing, and there
are about that number of old soldiers in
the valley that do not belong to the
Grand Army. Therelief corps, also re
ports its membership greater than at
any other time since its organization.
At A. 0. U. W. hall, Sunday, Decem
ber 21, at 11 o'clock.
Voluntary, The - Guardian Angel,
(Gounod) Miss Bmith. .
- Hymnr-orcheetra accompaniment,
Reading of Scripture.
Chanti The Lord's Frayer-r-Cboir.
Recessional ; Orchestra and Organ.
Sermon, The Beginning of the Gospel;
A Christmas sermon Rev. VV.G. Eliot.
The choir is composed of Mrs. Huxley,
Miss.. Riddoll, Mrs. McGuire, Messrs.
Abbott and Entrican.
Albums at Coe's.
Celluloid goods at Coe's.
Don't forget the auction.
X in as novelties at Coo & Sou's.
Bob White Flour it the tat. Try it.
Fresh eggs and butter aU Hoi man's.
LewiB & Clark tablets at Coe & Son's
Crokonole, combinola and archarena
boards at Coe s.
To Rent. Eight-room-house; inquire
of b. Jackson.
Dressed chicken every Saturday at
Only a few chances left to get the
horseless carriage at Williams drug
store, lake a chance.
Dressed chickens for Sunday at Hood
Kiver Commercial Go.
Dolls, candy, toys, vases, at the Gold
en Rule Bazaar.
If you want something nice for Xmas
presents, look over Slocom s holiday line.
For Rent Furnished house, close in.
Inquire of rriday & Barnes.
Call and see the display of Xmas
presents sold at Rartmess' furniture
store. JNo names given.
Always up-to-date. Anything vou buy
at Slocom's von mav be sure is the rioht
thing. He doesn' keep anything else.
Bring your chickens and eggs to Hood
ltiver Commercial Co.
See the display of Fancy, decorated
table-ware at 1 be Spot Casb Urocery,
ROOKS, STATIONERY, ALBUMS,
BIBCr.S, AT PLWUM'S.
Take a chance on the horseless car
riage at Williams' drug store. Only a
iew cnances lett,
Ladies wishing switches made or re
paired, should call on Mrs. I). Mcintosh
now at the Glenwood, Hood River.
Just received a line of watches,
clocks, jewelry and silverware, at F. W.
Clarke's, opposite postofflce.
Flour and Feed at Spot Cash Gro
If you want good bread, buy "Bob
White" Flour, for sale at Spot Cash
Are you contemplating buying a
watch? Before purchasing see F. W.
Clarke, opposite postoflice.
For Sale 210 acres, all farm imple
ments, including new hay baler, and
stock. Free water;- fine stock ranch.
Inquire of Friday & Barnes.
Ed Mayes has received a supply of
those white sweet turnips, the kind you
used to get, and can supply the trade at
the Commercial Co.
We handle the Hill wood- creamery
butter and guarantee it to be as high
grade as any in the Northwest. Hoop
Kivkr Commercial Co.
The Hood River Commercial Co. have
made another cut in meats. They are
now Belling the sirloin steaks at 12,'fcc tt.
For watches, clocks, jewelry and sil
verware., see F. W. Clarke, at Clarke's
drug store, opposite postofflce.
Two hundred to 15,000 to loan on real
estate. If your security is good your
money is ready, rrather Investment Co.
F. W. Clarke, practical jeweler and
optician; all kinds of repairing neatly,
quickly and cheaply done at the Glacier
We wish to remind the miblic that we
advertise to meet all prices on goods in
our line and deliver them. Hood River
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ou will never regret it if vou aa to
C. 11. Temple, the experienced and
competent jeweler and optician, for any
thing in Ins line. Ills work, guaranteed.
HA LA M B SHEET.
For 6 pleasant social meetings.
For 25 choice members.
For 11S dollars in the bank.
For 3H dollars more In sight.
For a working committee that works.
To tlinnks everybody.
To praise to the menitiera sister aid
societies and churches for favors
To gratitude to F. E. Jackson for
free use of his building and cour
To best wishes to the firm of E. E.
Savage's Sons for valued favors and
To tiesit wishes also to Mi-Onire Bros,
To same entry for Royal Bakery.
To kind treatment from everybody.
To generous patnmuge of the lunch
tables and bazaar by both country
Well, we thought the credit column,
with its 150 big dollars, according to
(ieorge Ade's short cut in language,
was It, hut we find that it dwarfs into
Insignificance when compared w ith the
debtor column. That Increases in ge
ometrical ratio until we would have to
include all in the valley in our grateful
remembrance w ith the few names men
tioned, and Instead of partieularUing,
will for the sake of economy in time,
do as the pood old deacon w ho pasted
his prayer at the head of his bed and
In going the rounds and viewing the
different stores of our thriving little
city, one cannot help . being impressed
with the beautiful appearance of Chas.
Nv Clarke's drug store in his new quar
ters in the Masonic building opposite
the post office. The walls and ceiling
have been papered and make a fitting
background for the fixtures and stock.
Mr. Clarke has had extensive changes
made in his shelving and counters, and
in addition to the large stock already on
hand, he has put in several new lines, so
that now, he lias one of the most com
plete stocks, as well as one of the most
attractive stores in Eastern Oregon, and
'one that would be an ornament and ad
dition to a city many times the size of
The second quarterly conference of
the Hood River U. B. church will be
couducted by Presiding Eldei J. T. Mer
rill next Saturday evening at 8 o'clock
atwhich time there will be preaching and
Dusiness session, babhath morning the
communion service will be hold. Rev.
Morrill will also preach Sunday evening.
Christmas exercises by the Sunday
school, good songs, a tree and a Dutch
wind mill to grind out the presents, will
be the attraction at the Vallev Christian
church on Christmas eve. The people
of the community are invited to bring
their presents and join in the festivities
of the evening.
L. D. Boyed has his new house on his
farm completed for the plastering, and
is only waiting for settled weather to
put on the plaster and finishing touches.
Mr. Boyed will have one of the best
country dwellings in the valley.
Mrs. C. E. Markham on Tuesday re
ceived word of the death of her eldest
sister, Mrs. Jennie Sohenck, who died
at her home at Rome, Indiana, aged
Geo. P. Crowell is having a sidewalk
laid in front of his store to connect the'
walk on Oak street with that in front of
the Masonic building.
St. Mark's guild will hold its next
meeting on the first Wednesday in Jan
Rev. J. W Jenkins will preach at
Crapper school house, Sunday, at 8..p. m.
Attention is called to Chas.N. Clarke's
ad in this issue. ' -
as he slipped under cover with a nod
at the written petition reverently re
marked, "Lord them's my sentiments,"
and while we feel a pride In the sueess
of this, our first effort, as a society we
are also made to feel utterly bank
rupted by the generosity and kindness
we have received from the people of
Hood River, and if we should ever be
inclined to boast of our record-breaking
success, a glance at the debtor column
will hold us to earth in humility.
It was a happy occasion to the soci
ety, and at one time when the report
was made t hut $ 70 had befen received,
one of the most diminutive -of the
members gathered about a dozen of
the other members in her arms and
waltzed around the kitchen. "Love
laughs at locksmiths," but I never
knew how it could lengthen a short
pair of arms. The enthusiasm - was
maintained until all (he articles were
sold except a very few that will be dis
posed of during the holidays,
A. M. Cunning, President.
The following programme will be
given by the Congregational Sunday
school .on Christmas eve., beginning
at o clock; :
Song, That's What We Think in the
Sunday bchool Ky the school.
Recitation, Santa and His Reindeer
Duet, Some Characteristics of the
Mule Esty Brosius and Teddv Button
Recitation, Christmas Day has Come
at Last Vera Williams.
Song, Santa Clans is Coming School.
Recitation, Things I Want Eleanor
Song, Sunshine Claude Thomnson
Recitation, Doggie's Dot Puppies Bes
Duet, Children's Ailments Esty Bro
sius anu leauy mitton.
Recitation Grace Prather.
Song, Everyday Dolly Florence Bro
sius. Recitation Gertrude Wharton.
Song, The Owl Milo Frederick.
Recitation Georgia Prather.
Song, Sailor Lad Cecil Green.
Song, Naughty Little Girl Mabel
Song, Christmas Chimes School.
Parents are requested to bring gifts
for their children and friends, and to
make the exercises a success.
Not Used to It.
The church choir Boprano then step
ped forward and Bang as follows, in her
much admired operatic style:
A-a-wa-a.a-ake, my so-o-o-o-ul, and
wi-i-i-ith the su-u-u-un
Thv-y-y-y da-a-a-a-a-ily sta-a-a-a-age of
Sha-a-a-a-ke off dull slo-o-o-o-o-th and
To p-a-a-a-y thy maw-aw-aw-awrn-ing
"I think they ort to heat up the
church buildin', indignantly whisner-
ed Aunt Nancy Rosin weed to her city
niece, -wnen tne cold makes tiie poor
ining sniver line that! Chicago inb-
The annual meeting or stockholders nt tl
Water (Supply Co. of Hood Klvor Valley will
be held on Matnrday, January 3, at 1 p. m nt
the oltlce of the hood Klvtr Fruit Growers
Union, to elect a board of 7 dlrtors for one
year, and transact such other business as
may properly come oerore the meeting.
t : ., Cfe. MAKKHA.M, riecrelary.
T have taken nn at mv home near ft irut
Ore., the following described cattle, and owner
run nave same nv paying lor their care and
this notice: 1 yellow and white spotted cow
alxuit K yearn old, marked crop each ear and
branded ML on nichrtiip: 2 young calves, red.
name mark; 1 red cow about. 8 years old mark
ed crop right ear and umlerhit left, wexrlng
bell and ha calf. Apply to t)KO, i'KRKIiNH.
At mp nlnee nn th Ml 1J ..,1 n. 1
mile south of town, 1 have opened a r'lour
and Feed Htnre. No need now to haul your
feed up the big hill from town when you cau
buy of Die at bottom prices.
- V. r. LASAtv.
Plans and Estimatrs Fcrvished.
S. H. COX.
"A. A. JAYNE.
Abstract furnished. Money loaned.
HOOD KIVER. OHF:gON
L. C Hay ilea
Jamea f. lo-Hoi
The plat t tret an easy shave, an
up-to-date bair cut, and to enjoy the
luxury of a porcvluiu bath tub.
White Salmon Items.
To be sure the ladies should be men
tioned first, so here goes for an account
of their doings at the liaitaar. The worn
ens' working club gave a- bazaar in
Lauterbach hall on Wednesday, Decem
ber 10, all day and evening. They had
many arlicles, both fancy and useful,
exhibited for sale. Mrs. A. H. Jewett
was in charge of the booths, which
were very tastefully decorated with
quilts, cushions and a host of other
tilings, the names of some of which are
not known to the writer.. These iwere
the handiwork of the members of the
club and were offered for sale. Mrs. C.
M. Wolfard acted as chief cook and the
success of the efforts of herself and
assistants will be attested by all who
partook of the splendid dinner and sup
per which were served in the hall that
day. Indeed so toothsome were those
meals that most of those 'who partook
were led to express themselves as being
too full for utterance Down below,1 in
the' store of C. M. Wolfard & Co., all
was hustle, for Mrs. U. 8. Drake and
her four clerks were waiting on their
customers; Mr. Wolfard having turned
the large stock of general merchandise
into their hands for that day, giving
them ten per cent of the sales. This
was a new thing but seemed to work
satisfactorily to all concerned; the club
being pleased with the money received
and the clerks with the beautiful silver
butter knife and sugar shell presented to
each of them by the firm. .Owing to the
bad roads and stormy weather the day's
sales did not come up to the high point
desired, but this being chargeable nei
ther to the firm or tho ladies, no com
plaints are made and all seem 'happy.
But this isn't all these "worthy work
ers" done. When evening came- people
began to gather in the hall and; by 8
o'clock 75 people were there At'-j:iita
literary and musical programmer-its
begun. This part of the exercises w ere
most enjoyable, the various numbers
being splendidly rendered by the per
formers. This over, 8. W. Condon was.
called upon to act as auctioneer, and in
a few minutes disposed of a number of
cushions and other articles. With pleas
ant smiles and a handshake the audience
dispersed. The club realized about 50
from the day. '
We hear it reported that a certain
young man always tumbles off the sled
while coasting with the little girls at
school, but is never troubled that way
when accompanied by the seventh anil
eighth grade girls. . And some simple
ones are asking why!
F. W. Balsiger, one of lone, Morrow
county, Oregon's prosperous farmers,
visited at the -home of Rev. U. S. Drake
over Sunday. , lie reports lone as boom
ing with business.
Messrs R. Lauterbach and Henry
Fiene returned on Monday from an over
Sunday visit to Portland.
Charley Temple makes bold to say he
has the best quality of high grade jew
elry in town. lie has the Simonds
gold watch chain, the best made, solid
gold brooihes, good quality of silverware
of all kinds; Seth Thomas alarm clocks,
and mantel clocks. Big reductions for
the holidays, to sell his goods to make
more room. You will miss it if you
don't see his jewelry before buying your
Christmas presents. . -
Preaching service, with worship, ap
propriate to Christmas anniversary', will
be held at the Congregational church
at 11 a.m. The following will be the
order of service: .
Hymn, Joy to the World.
Male Quartette, Praise to the Holy
One Thompson, Brosius, Jenkins and
Male quartette, Praise and Magnify
Our King Thompson, Brosius, Jenkins
Hymn, All Hail the Power.
Vocal 8olo, How Brightly Dawns the
Christmas Song Professor Werschkul.
M. E. Church Rev. F. It. Spaulding,
pastor. Sunday School at 10. Preach
ing services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Junior League at 8 Epworth League at
6:30 p.m. Sunday, and E. L. prayer
meeting Tuesday evening at 7 :30. tien
eral prayer meeting Thursday evening
at 7:30. The public is cordially invited.
Episcopal Services Rev. Lake of The
Dalles will preach Sunday evening, at
7:30o'clocfk, in A. O. U. V. hall,
Brotherhood of Andrew and Philip.
open at 7 o'clock Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday evenings. Open for boys
from 2 to 4 Saturday afternoon. Up-to-date
library open at all above hours.
Valley Christian Church. Sunday
School at 10. Preaching at 11 a. m. anil
7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor meeting
at 0:30 p. m. All -not worshiping else
where are cordially invited to attend.
Strayed A small black and white
spotted cow, w hite spot in forehead and
lower half of tail white; no brands. Has
a dark colored heifer calf 5 months old.
No white on calf. Reward at Olacier
oflice for their recovery.
I will give M for a good healthy pair
(male and female) of the large allver-isi-ey
squirrels. J H. C. (IOK.
On the Hill,
S. C. JAC'KSOX, Proprietor. Will
do picture fnimlntc in connection. Kootn
nioldinttx and all klndoof plctureand window
Klasa coDKlantly on hand, tail and aee sam
ple of wall paper.
And lime may go, hut we will con
tinue to do all kinds of plain and
at the same old stand, satisfactorily
Your orders respectfully solicited.
E. R. BRADLEY.
B. F. BELIEU,
-ri.AN AS II KkTIMATKS FtNInKD-fc
P. f. Friday K. M. Barne
FRIDAY & BARNES,
Town and eoimtrv twvnertr lmt Intoo. r
handa will iw ,r.,i,t"l bronchi tothe buye
attention. Wealaudui Inaurance aixl Notary
Ladies' Dress Goods,
ladies' Underwear, .
ladies' and Children's Hose,
. ladies' Arctics,
And dozens of other articles
Intend to Retire. Outside business De
mands Our Attention.
We are now working for you. You can have all the profit." We are paying expenses out of capital.
No profit to uh In these goods. Our prices will convince you. There is a good substantial Christmas
present for every man, woman and child in the valley In our store at factory prices.
CHAS N. CLARKE
Into the Masonic building, opposite post office,
where you should go if you need .anything iu his'
line. ' His
Christmas Line of Perfumes
Agent for the (i iff ord Views of Mount Hood
from Lost Lake, "The Indian Madonna and
Child," and "Snap Shots Along the Columbia."
Opposite Post Office.
The Davidson Fruit Go.
."'If you have Fruit to market, or will need
Fruit Boxes, Plows, Cultivators, Fer
tilizers, or a Vehicle,
We keep our office open twelve months in the' year, and need
If we please you, tell your neighbors; if not, tell us.
DAVIDSON FRUIT CO.
, PARK AND WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREGON
The school where thorough work is done; where the reason i
always given; where confidence is developed; where bookkeepin
is taugjit exactly as books are kept in business ; where shorthand i
made easy ; where penmanship is at its best ; where hundreds
liook keepers and stenographers have been educated for success i;
life; where thousands more will be. Open all the year. Catalogue fret
A. P. ARMSTRONG. LL. B.. PRINCIPAL
PAGE & SON,
Pioneer Fruit and Produce
fcsilieit CoiiHiKiuenta f Apples,
Pears; all tireen and Pried Fruit.
It is a fact, well-known .y everyone,
that meal of all kinds are Ihl'Ii hut
one faet aiiull tie ktt in iniiiit and
that I that you ran buy nf ti the i
choieexl meats that the Stsite of Oregon i
ran produce and an eht-ap as you cn j
buy pooivr meats elsew here. j
Ve invite you to -ail and examine
our nieala and see fur yottrwlf 4ut the
assert ion e make are fseis.
Your for business, McUriHR Proh. J
Shoes for everybody,
Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons,
usually carried in a general store
bone & Mcdonald.
Anrrme sending a nketch and awwrtptton mmr
qntrklf ascertain our opinion free whether an
inr.-iiii.Hi Hi prhhl pal ml.nl. ronimunlr.
lh.n..lnrtlTO..nndetitll. Handhncikon Pmlenta
tent frp. oirioot acetic fur nerurlnff patents.
i'mlvnta taken thnxieh Munn ft Co. racelv
tsvrfcftl actios, wehnal charea, to the
A asnilaotnelr ninirtnitMt wl. Ixrmt elr
rtilation of mnf sieiitlttc Icum). Tern, 1 a
7r : four month. L Sola trJI nwrtir.
Branca VAoa, G F St, Wualaciuo, IX C
Pste red yearling bull; crop nn right tar
and swallow f,,rk In left ear nnlin,l. 11
seen near Tucker's mill. Liberal rvward will
Ik- paid tu any one wbo can leti where to find
bim. J. u. ("amkRon, 1
Ji; lukes Vali.r. 1
Two steers one red, with bell on; the other
brindle Willi white spout, white on end of tall
and white about the hoofs. Also, a dark red
heiler, white feet, belly and end or tall; tron
forehead. All have box brand on left hip.
Whereabouts thankfully received by Glacier.
Came to my place Deeember S; 1 red and
while yearling heller; linn hole and slit in
rinlit ear. Owner can have wiine by paying
chafes. , WM. H. EDICK,
Mt. Hood, Ore.
Horse for Sale.
ly. Also, single harness. For
li D. H. MoC'UJMTIAN.
sale by (dai
This restaurant is located at 178 North Sixth
street, Portland, opposite depot, and is run by
a Hood River Arm. Lodgings furnished.
JU D. B. LEAM1NO.
7 miles out, on Heal creek; J20 per acre.
0ood thing. a22
R. SHELLEY, Odell.
Ten miles ont on the Mount Hood road;
real cheap. Must go quick.
B. SHELLEY, Odell.
Eight miles out, overlooking East Hood
River valley and llukes valley. 1,100 growing
fruit trees; S acres of berries : unsurpassed
view ; soil that never falls; plenty of water.
R. SHELLEY, Odell.
Milk for Sale.
I will deliver milk in town for a month,
per quart. o3 W. T. Hanhbkkhv
The Hoarding House, known as the Thomp
son House, corner River and Third streets, in
cluding all the furniture. Is for sale. Inquire
on the premises of WM. THOMPSON.
Cow For Sale.
A fine cow for sale that will be fresh Febru
ary 1st. P. F. KOUT.S.
The building formerly occupied by"i he Da
vidson Fruit Co. as a box factory. Key can
be had of the Davidson Fruit Co.
y J. H. MIDDLETON.
And wagon repairing attended to promptly at
my shopon the MU Hood road, south or town.
Oood work at reasonable prices.
P" O. A. HOWELL.
Ten acres for tt0, 5 or acres of It ai good
fruit Isnd as there Is in Hood River valley;
one-quarter mile from post ortlce and school,
near river and railroad Inquire of
15 M R NOBLE,
Homesteads with living springs located on
'old burn" near roads, schools, steamboat
landings, for M to J100. haV advance (balance
when tiling.) Rich soil easily cleared. Good
for apples, pears, timothy, clover and straw
berries. P.H.C. Wimji,
sl2 Stevenson, Skamania Co., Wash.
Pigs for Sale
I have some alx-weeksmld Poland China
pigs for sale. JOSEPH FRAZIER, Jr.
Fine apple land, 6'i miles from town, on
Mount Hood road. Bargain. See
K. HHELLEV, Udell.
Water &Tight Notice
All WfltlT nl H.rlil hilla M ,! . .1.
HiMd KtVr t ltW'tric l.lirt.1 k'....,, .
44i.(i oil.ee from the u the iuih of the
month. In RdvHiiw.
Team for Sale.
A light learn, democrat spring wagon and
harness, fan be seen at the Merrill place.
hast -sine. ITloe tl ju. J. L. VAN LOAN.
Pullets for Sale.
About Hveduaen Brown l-eirhorn pullets for
""il hV . J- KUliKKU.
Phone S01. 45
Woven Wire Fence.
Beat end cheapest w ire fence nneaitb
nil tliitiL's considered. Don't fail to see
I. N. Hyeriee before huvinpjrMir fence
"24ilf Phone 414 Sub
SpraT Yeur Tree.
I have ordered s complete "pntyinz
outfit and will be orphan) tr, .
1 hards eilher with the winter spray or
lor the cotllin moth. Also, am prepared
to dig wells. R. M. Ill-NT.
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