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FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1903.
Tom Fierce died at Vieoto March 4.
George Knapp went to Sherman
county Monday. . ; -
II. J. Byrkett is tick with the! grip
nd pleurisy and undej .the doctor's
Lost A purse containing a poet office
key. Finder will please .leave at the
Glacier office. . .
The De Moss family will give an enter
tainment March 28 (or the benefit of the
- Friday and Barnes sold on Monday 10
acres of the Newton Clark tract, to Rev.
Jenkins consideration $1,250.
Miss Orpha Markley left Saturday for
Antelope, where she is engaged to teach
a four-months school, to commence
H. Hennagin will sell his household
goods, implements and stock, at auction
on the old Harbison place Monday,
The drawing of the silver tea set to bp
given with Peerless Mush, at Hartley's
took place Tuesday. A. A.. Jayne was
the lucky man. -
I have for .sale the celebrated Setli
Thomas alarm and mantel clocks, which
are known to be the best in the world.C.
I have a nice lot of onions which ' 1
will deliver any where in town in quanti,
ties not less than half a sack at one
cent per pound,, , W. E. Sherrill. .
Hoi mail's meat shop on 'he hilt ha
recently stocked np with a good .supply,
of meats, and hereafter will keep tlt
best of everything in the market line, f '
Rev. F. A. Weil of Bleadville, Penn.,
has accented the invitation oftheUni
tarian Societv of Hood River to "apply
the pulpit of that church for the sum?
Geo. D. Culbertson & Co. sold last
week a very desirable two acre tract of
the A. H. Jewett property at W bite bal
mon to P. A. Trana for a home site ;
consideration 300. ;;;
A. N. Hoar, late station agent at Hood
River, died in Portland hospitrl March 4.
The afflicted family be leaves have the
deep sympathy of their many friends in
At the meeting called to organise the
union of the mechanics of, Hood River,
Monday evening, without transacting
any business, adjourned to meet Friday
evening, warcn b. i
40 acres, In the White Salmon, famous
strawberry district; 6 acres cleared, 75
bearing fruit trees. Situated near school,
Dost-omce and boat landing. Price, (800,
terms. Call on or address, Geo; D. Cul
bertson & Co. .
Newton Clark has cut his farm into
small tracts and has placed 1 the sale of
same in our Hands, bo it you want
small tract of good strawberry . laud
close to town, call on or address the
Prather Investment company.
U. E. Williams has resigned as man
ager of the Hood River exchange of the
Pacific States Telephone company and
Miss Laura Cramer succeeds him. Mr.
Williams will continue to rent room: for
the central office in his drug store. ,
145 acrs, 9 miles from Hood River; 3
acres cultivated; 80 acres fine fir and
pine timber, accesible. Springs ,that
will irrigate 20 to 4o acres;' 100 acres
tillable. An excellent bargain. . Price
f 11)00, terms. Call on or address, Geo.
1). (Julberteon & Co.
The ladies' aid of the United Brethren
church will give an evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. U. K. Hartley on uak
and fourth streets on iriday evening
March o. The committee promise some
bright interesting games and - sweet
music. An invitation is extended to all
Geo. D. Culberson & Co. made sale
last Monday of one of those choice resi
dential lots in the Coe Addition, frout
ing on State street, to K. A. Soule of
Ilwaco. Wash., consideration $400. . Air,
Soule will build a handsome . modern
residence on bis lot and make Hood
River his future home..
The regular Artisan social will be held
Wednesday of next week. We propose
to make thiB a pleasant and protitabale
one. A good programme is being pre
pared. An hour or two will be given to
dancing. No Admission fee will be
charged and no collection taken Arti
sans and their friends.
Notice to Berry Growers. Before
making any contracts for crates see us.
We own our factory, employ Hood River
labor, furnish good; crates at reasonable
prices, and intend to supply all re
quirements and will make it decidedly
to the interest of all growers to ship
in crates furnished , Dy us. JJavtdsou
R. E. Harbison, having sold his home
place last week ou the East Side, imme
diately repented ana inea to buy H
back. Finding the purchaser could not
be persuaded, he did the next ' best
thine and bought another farm adjoin
ing his old place. H. Hennagin. offered
to sell, and Mr. . Harbison gave, hiui
$9,700 for 80 acres. He sold his own
place for $8,400. We are glad to know
that Mr. Harbison and family will re
main in the valley. We can't afford to
lose many of their kind.
Sam Harbison having sold his farm
auctioned off his goods will go soon with
his family to Grant's Pass, where
his wife and children will visit
with her parents while he travels over
the country looking for a place that will
suit him better than Hood River. Last
Saturday evening neighbors and friends
to the nitnber of 25 called upon Mr.and
Mrs. Harbison and showered i blessings
and good wishes on them, hoping that
good fortune might attend them where
ever they may roam.
Oregon I'hrlstlaa Endeavor Union.
Middle Columbia district convention
will ba.held at Hood River Wednesday,
Forenoon Session 10 a. m. Devo
tional service led by Rev. H. C. Shaffer.
10 :20 Reports froia delegates, c
11 :00 Paper by Mi a Carria Booths ,
11:15 Recitation by Miss Bernice
11:30 A talk by A. B. Cadi.
11:45 Importance of Bible study,
Afternoon Session 1 :30 Devotional
erviee led by Rev. T. C Hurd.
2:15 An address on Junior work, Mrs.
3:00 Conference for the workers, Rev.
4:00 The Denver convention another
matters, John A. Rockweod, state presi
dent 4:15 Election of officers and other
Evening Session 7 :30 Devotional
service led by Rev. C. T. Hard. .
8:00 Address, "What Christian En
deavor Offers Young People," Rev. Eb
erman of the national society of Chris
The day sessions will be field in the
Congregational church and the evening
in the U. B. church. All pen ins inter
ested in the moral training of the young
are cordially invited to attend each ses
sion of the convention. -i,
W. Jen ins, President
X B. Cash, Secretary pro tem.
Hosier, Trait Frowers Orgauize.
Saturday, February. 28, 1003 the fruit
growers of Mosier met at that place and
organized themselves into a union to be
known as the Mosier Fruit Growers'
Union. . J. P. Carroll was elected presi
dent; F. M. Hunter,. secretary; George
Sellinger, treasurer; U. Wnv Johnson,
J. N. Mosier and A. Stewart, committee
Mr, Ingram of the Pacifio States tel
phone company was present and pro
posed to furnish the people their phones
at 50 eents a month if the people would
build their own lines. Tlie matter was
laid on the table, and action will be
taken next Saturday on the subject.
. Then the fruitgrowers resumed their
deliberation, and J. P. Carroll said
this meeting was called to see w hether
we want to run our own business or
hitch in with Hood River.
Mr. Mosier The question arises as to
whether we are well enough known and
advertised to market our own product,
I am not speaking for nor against it.
They claim, of course, that we get the
benefit of taking Hood Kiver on our
i Mr. Root I can't see why we cannot
organize and market our own fruit just
the same as they do down there. There
is often a great advantage in organized
effort, and it ia often very expensive,
but 1 believe it would be a great advan
tage to us here Jo be organized. I am
in favor of organization whether you
let me into it or not. -
G. P. Carroll I believe that we ought
to be organized, now, today. When 1
came down on the train 1 met a gentle
man from Minnesota, and he wanted to
come in tiere anil wanted to locate sev
eral other families, and I didn't know
where to send him. We have no real
estate men here, no one in the business,
and 1 did not knew what to tell the man
If we were organized we could send bin
to the head of the organization.'
J. P. Carroll Every body here I gne
knows that 1 have been in favor of an
organization ever since I came to Mosier,
An organization was men etiecteu as
above, n i E. Unum
; Last Saturday, while II. Grosser i f
the East Side w as operating a grubbing
machine, he met with an accident
which was at flint feared would provi
fatal. His son had been driving tin
team, but owing lo an exceptionally
hard puu, the In l tier, retiring some hum
hap, took the lines and started to drive
Suddenly the clevis in the doubletree
broke, freeing the sweep. As the paw)
railed to eaten in the nrst notch or the
ratchet plaie, the sweep struck I he tin
fortunate mau u territio blow in the
lower abdomen and glancing down alsi
severely bruised the flesh of the left
thigh about midway between the body
and Knee, ihe snook was so great thut
uiicoiiscjotwoess soon came, and bib
family, after conveying Jiim to the
house Hi a vehicle, telephoned to Hood
River for Dr. Dumble, reporting that
ttie father's thigli whs dislocated. Dr,
Duuible requested Dr. Watt to assist
him In tbe case, and the two went out
together. 1 hey found the case a very
serious one, nut iortunuteiy dislocation
of the thigh was not added to the
painful-injury. At this writing Mr.
Urosser is resting easier and seems to
be out of danger, but it waa a narrow
escape all of which goes to show that
the best of grubbing machines are a
deadly thing and should be operated
with extreme caution.
Land Office Appointments.
' ' From the Mountaineer..
,. About 5 o'clock last evening dispatch
es were reeived here from Washington
stating that President Roosevelt had
sent to the senate tor confirmation the
appointment of M. T. Nolan to he reg.
inter anu miss Anna ni. i.ang to be re
ceiver of the Dalles U. S. land office.
in e announcement came as a surprise
to everybody, as it was not known that
either or the appointees werenpplirants
for tbe position, and as a matter of fact
Miss Lang had never applied for the
place or even thought, of making annli-
catlon. "During the entire evening both
me appointees were tne recipients or
congratulations, tneir mends apparent
ly eeiug as mucu pleased over t ie r
good fortunes as were they.
In the selection of the officials good
judgment has been exercised, and t lie
public may rest assured that if the ap
pointments are confirmed the affairs
of the office will be conducted acceptab
ly io an.. .
M. T. Nolan 19 a native of New York,
aud came to Oregon when about- 23
years of age, and located in The Dulles
in 1888, and during his la-years resi
dence here has taken an active part in
public atruirs. lie served the city as
couiucllman for three years, then whs
twice eiecteo mayor, closing his second
term in lauu. in lWH), he was appointed
by President Harrison postmaster here,
and served four years in thut position.
giying universal satisfaction to the pat
rons of the office. He has always been
an active republican and a hearty stip-
ru.l.,v ,.f '...,.... . t J . - , i. i.
through his influence that Mr. Nolan
The appointment of Miss Lang to the
important position wa made, however.
not as a political rew ard, but because of
uer competency for the position, her
familiarity with the office and her
knowledge not only of the routine w ork
but familiarity with general land laws.
she being as well posted on the land
laws perhaps as any aitorney In the
state, and a knowledge of these fuels.
obtained throtiglr the reports of inspec
tors wuo av examined the otlice dur
ing the years she has been clerk.wasevi-
deiitly the Incentive that moved the
president to make the selection. And
when Miss Lang shall assume the duties
as receiver she will enjoy the distinc
tion of being one of only three women
in tne united Mates holding a like
position. The other two being Minnie
Williams, receiver at Lauder. Wyom
ing, and Martha C. Brown, receiver at
Miss Lang was born in Yassallxw).
Maine, and came to Oregon with her
pirenls, Col. T. 8. and Mrs. Lang, in
is, 4, and to 1 he Dalles the following
year. Her education was had in St.
Ilelcu's Hall, Portland, and at the
Wasco Independent Academy. When
her father was receiver of tbe local
land ofti ice she was his clerk from Octo
ber, 18U2, until July, 18W4, and in 1897,
under Register Moore , and Receiver
tiiggs she was again made clerk which
position she has held continuously since
under Register Lucas and Receiver
Patterson, a schooling that has tilted
ber admirably for discharging the more
resoiisibl duties to which she ha
A Timea-Mountalneer representative
called on Receiver Patterson this morn
ing, asked for an Interview concerning
the appointments. He stated that
they were no surpise to him. and as to
the qualifications of Miss I-ang he did
not think a more competent official
could have been selected. She had
sivedas a clerk under him for four
and a half years, aud be had found her
competent in every respect.
Kegister : ucas was out or the city,
being in Baker county at present, and
could not be interviewed. j
Ex Register J. F. Moore, ling asked
as to the appointments stated be be
lieved ootn were emelent, ana wuile
Mis Lang was clerk under him be
found her accurate aud well quali
fied, lie predicted that she would
make a most efficient and obliging
From The Dalles Chronicle.
While Dalles people were aware that
the appointment of a new register and
receiver of the land office would be
made in a few days, somehow our peo
ple hud conceived the idea that both
Mr. Patterson and Mr. Lucas would
succeed themselves and were unpre
pared for the surprise which came to
them in the announcement that the
president had sent to the senate the
names of M.T. Nolan for register and
Miss Anna M. Lang for receiver.
The first news reached the city about
5 o'clock when both of the appointees
received telegrams from friends in
Washington and later came confirma
tory reports from the Oregonian and
telegrams of congratulations from fri
ends fur and near. Most of our citizens,
therefore, heard the news before the
Telegram reached t he city containing
a dispatcli from Washington to that
efl'ect, and the beneficiaries have been
kept busy receiving congratulations
The terms of the present officials,
who have served so well that they re
tire with the commendation or all, ex
pired last June.
HEV. CLARENCE E. EBERMAN
Secretury of ihe Christian Endeavor
movement, who will give several ad
dresses ut the C. E. district conven
tion in Hood River March 11, Mr-
Eliei inaii Is from Philadelphia and is
a speaker or national tame.
New Today. '
United Ktates mail boxes at '1150
while this lot, lusts, the next lot will iber
$1.75 and $2.25 at Dallas'
Just received a fine lot of up-to-date
watches direct from the factory, and
have now on hand 118 watches. 1
buy large stocks and sell below all West
ern prices. C. 11. Temple. '
D. F. Lamar has 50 tons of No. 1 hay
for sale wheat, timothy and alfalfa.
Just received a line of watches,
clocks, jewelry and silverware, at F. W.
Clarke's, opposite postoflice.
If you w ant to tile on timber land
homesteads, call on George T. Prather,
U. S. Commissioner, district of Oregon.
It will pay you to get our prices
before buying your winter supply of
groceries. The Spot Cush Grocery.
Are you contemplating buying a
watch? Before purchasing see F. W.
Clarke, opposite postoflice.
Dry Oak Wood for Sale. Davenport.
Bros. Lumber Co. have drv oak cord
wood for sale. Inquire at Mount Hood
For watches, clocks, jewelry and sil
verware, gee F. W. C'arke, at Clarke's
drug store, opposite postoflice.
Two hundred to $5,000 to loan on real
estate. It' your security is good your
money is ready. Prather Investment Co.
For bargains in watches and jewelry
of all kinds see C. II. Temple. He car
ries a full line of the best quality, all
guaranteed. Ho is highly recommended
for testing eyes and fitting them with
"Just in the nick of time our little
bov w as saved." writes Mrs. W.Wnt.klna
of Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneumonia had
played sad havoc with him and a terri
ble cough set in besides. Doctors treat
ed him, but lie grew worse every day.
At length we tried Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, aud our darl
ing was saved. He's now sound and
well." Everybody ought to know its
the only sure cure for coughs, colds and
all lung diseases. Guaranteed by Chas,
a. uiai-Ke, druggist. Trice 50c and tl.
Trial boll les free.
Episcopal services will be held Sun
day evening at A. O. U. W. hall.
Unitarian Services. Rev. W. G. Eliot
will preach at A. 0. U. W. hall Sunday,
March 1. Subject, "The Teachings of
the Unitarians Concerning the Divinity
of Jesus Christ." ' ' ;
Catholic Services. Services will be
held at the home of Mrs. John Mohr,
East Side, by Rev. Father Bronsgeest.
Sunday, March 8, at 9 a. m.
alley Christian Church J. W. Jen-
kins, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11a.m. and 7:30 n. m.
Christian Endeavor meeting at 11:30 p.
All not worshiping elsewhere are cordi
ally invited to attend these services.
M. E. Church Rev. F. R. Spaulding,
pastor. Sunday School at 10. Preach
ing services at 11a.m. and 7:30 D. m.
Junior League at 3 Epworth League at
fl:30p. m. Sunday, and E. L. prayer
meeting lucsdav evening at 7:30. Gen
eral prayer meeting Thursday evening
at 7:.i0. Ihe public is cordially invited.
Congregational Church. The pastor.
nev. j. li. iiersnner, will preach at 11
m. Minday school at 10 a. m.. with
A. C. Staten superintendent. Christian
Lndeavor service at i p. m. Mid-week
meeting at 7:30 Thursday evening. A
welcome to all who come loany of these
It Saved It is Leg.
P. A. Daiiforth of IiiGraniiC. Gu.. suf
fered forsix months wilh a frightful
running sore on his leg, hut w rites that
iluckleii's Am:eu fsilve w holly cured it
in five days. For ulcer, wouuiKpiles,
it's the IithI salve in tle world. Cure
guaranteed Only :'5;-. Sold by Chas.
N. Clarke, dniiigt.
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Geo. D. Culbertson & Co.,
The lfirp'st list .of Fruit ami Kerry Lands in
Hood Kiver valley and White Salmon to select
from. Honest, treatment will award you by plac
ing your j'T-ojH-tty in our. bands. Loans nego
HOOD ItlVEll, ... OREGON.
Wiin Lung Makes a Cake.
I'm reminded of a little experience a
neighbor of ours had some years ago,
with their Chinese servant. This par
ticular Chinaman, Wun, or one Lung by
name, was employed as cook. He could
speak but little English, but was am
bitions and anxious to please and learn
One day he was instruct! in the mys
teries of making a certain kind of cake,
which was intended to be taken to an
entertainment. His mistress, after put
ting the flour in the pan and measuring
out the properquantity of sugar, ordered
Lung to bring her the eggs. . This he
did,i and hovered about his instructress
with eager air3iJhe cake called for six
eggs. ..The, lpdy commenced breaking
the eggs and putting In the cake mixture.
Out ofan even. dozen, six were bad and
as the egg was broken the lady would
smell of it and if bad, toss in . into the
slop pail. Lung watched the operation
with .bated breath. To him the break
ing and smelling of the eggs was the all
important process of cake baking. Af
ter that, every time Lung baked a cake
he smelled of the eggs and cast every,
other one into the slop pail.
In the evening when it came time to
take , , the, cake to the entertainment
the. madam looked for this uake.but could
not! Jind it. She asked Lung where
the .cake. was. ,, "Don't know,"
he renlied. and went about his work.
,Again he was asked what he had clone
with the cake, still he protessed not to
know of its mysterious disappearance.
Finally it was found hidden, away, in a
wash boiler down, in... the',' basement.
When confronted with. 'ihe cake, Lung
declared that the cake,aS too good to
bo taken to the poor, thinking that was
where the cake was to be tAken.
I have 10 acres atinwberry land In Hood
ttlver valley Hint I want to lease to party
who will clear all or part for the am for three
years. (m27J C. R. DKEMH, Boyd, Ore.
We have removed from the millinery store
L.J UID UIIIIUIHK ,1113 JL...J . 1IQBI I J .
unit are now prepared to do DreKsmaklng and
all kinds of Tailor work. JANK COA'l'KH.
On Hnrwood place, on Nell creek, one mile
south 1'lne Grove school house, one Oak Ride
Board, 8 French plate mirrors Id same; two
plush upholstered Declining Chairs; one Oak
liedroom set and Mattress; Writing Desk;
large Lamp; Brussels Hog feetlonghy 12 feet,
with filling; also, olber small articles, . All
tbe furniture is tip to date and good as new.
IiiartO M. MOTT.
Will toe received by me up to T o'clock P. M.
March la, ltuM, lor building a city bull. Finns
and specifications can be seen at my otlice.
Contractor to take his pay tn city warrants.
The cltv reserves the right to reject any or all
bids. By order of the common council.
, J. R. NlCKKIjjKN, City Recorder.
Taxpayers, Take Notice
II any person refuse to work or furnish a
suitable substitute after three days notice,
either personal or by writing, is subject to a
forfeiture of So.00 for each day. Uentlemen, J
will not warn hut once.
O, D. WOODWORTH,
Bnpervlsor District No. 3.
Pay Your Money.
Subscribers to the road hind for the East
Side grade are hereby notified that the work
will begin soon, and therefore the money
MUST BE PAID AT ONCE. Pay your sub
scription at Butler's bunk. By order of the
On. the Hill,
S. C. JACKSON, -Proprietor, Will
do picture framing ia connection. Room
moldings and all klmlsof plctureand window
glass constantly on baud. Call and see sam
ples of wwll paper.'"" - Phone 8S8.
L. H. RICHMOND,
Flans furnished and Estimates given
on Buildings." ai
Four good family Cows: s Calves: a aentle
riding pony, 7 years old, will work tn har
ness cmcKens, qucks, one uoiaen Pheasant.
15 canary birds, Incubator and brooder; 10
head of sheep and lambs: wagon.' hack and
cart and harness. All will, be sold at bar
gain. mi8 M. DUMAS, MtHcod
I have i or 8 fresh cows r sale at Riverside
Farm, 3 miles west or town.
fi0 J. W. MORTON.
Government Land. r
I can locate home-seekers on government
innu gnoa irun iana,- wun springs; some
with water to irritate: easily cleared: 12 tali
miles rrom uooa niver; near county roaa.
mil c u. MiiiiiKtt, MoooKtver, or.
B. F. BELIEU,
S-Plans and Estimates Fitrnishkd-s
P. F. Friday F. B. Barne
FRIDAY & BARNES,
Town and country, property pnt Into our
hands will be promptly Droughtto tbe buyer ,s
attention, w e also ao insurance ana Noluiy
L; C. Haynes
James K. DeBor-
The nlace to get an easy shave, an
up-to-date hair cut, and tn enjoy tbe
luxury ot a porcelain oatn tub. ; .
On the Mount Hood road, South
of town, keens constantly on band
the best quality of j
Hay, Grain and Feed,
At I x) west Prices,
da I), K. I. A MAR, Prop.
Tlan-s and Estimates Fcknibhed.
S. H. COX.
Ladies' Dress Goods, I
Blankets, , ,
ladies' Underwear, f ;
ladies' and Children's Hose,
German Sor,' :
Men's Hats, '
And dozens of other articles
We; mean Business I
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 us In theae goods. Our'prleea will convince you. There ia a good substantial Christmas
present for every man, woman and child in the valley In our store at factory prices.
bone & Mcdonald.
You will never regret it if you
WILL NEVER BE AS CHEAP AGAIN. We can offer
you fine City Lots on grade, with good water
and fine view on EASY TERMS.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THOSE WHO
Bystreets will be improved in the Spring. For
full particulars see
Prather Investment Co
HOOD RIVER, i OREGON.
FftANK Davenport. Warren Davenport. J. F. Short
Mt. Hood Stage Co.
DAVENPORT & SHORT, Proprietors.
GENERAL LIVERY! FEED STABLE
Buy and sell Horses, Hay, Grain, and do a gen
eral livery and drayage business. 'Phone 171.
Everything New In
On the square.
Free Delivery. Phone 571.
0. B. HARTLEY,
Hood River, Or.,
Groceries, Fruits and Wood.
H. F. JOCHIMSEN,
Real Estate Dealer,
Has Lands of all kinds in Hood River valley for
sale at from $3 an acre up to $400. Strawberry
land, apple land, Meadow land and Timber lands.
Also, Town Lots and Blocks.
See Him for Bargains. -
, Shoes for everybody,
Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons,
usually carried in a general store
YEAR RIGHT !
buy some of our bargains, as
Orders taken for and
PAGE & SON,
Pioneer Fruit and Produce
PORTLAND, - - OREGON.
Solicit Consignments of Apples,
Pears; all Green aud Dried Fruit,
McGuire Bros., Propr's.
Dealers In Fresh and Cured Meats, Lard,
Poultry, Kruluund Vegetables.
Free Delivery. Phone 35.
Farm For Sale.
40 acres near Belmont, known as the
1(1 Inches free water, all under cultiva
tion, 4 acres In strawberries and 6 seres
In orchard all bearing trees. For partic
ulars Inquire ou the premises,
allf J. W. AXDEIWON.
And time may go, but we will con
tinue to do all kinds of plain and
at the name old stand, satisfactorily
Your orders respectfully solicited.
E. R. BRADLEY.
Regulator and Dalles Citv.
Betweeu Portland and The Dalles daily
Leaves The Dalles 7 a. m arrive at
Portland 4 p. m.
Leave Portland 7 a. in arrive ah
The Dalles 5 p. in.
ieave Hood Kiver, down, 8:30 a. in.
Arrive Hood Kiver, up, 3 -J I p. in.
H. C. CAMPBELL,
And WAtrnn rpnnirlntr uttntlfrt ts n ihfiv
THY KllOl) Oil the ML fllMlll nuid fim I h ..n.urt.
Good work at rvfutoimble pricun.
Ten acres fur tM. S or H acres nf It a,A
fruit IhiuI as there Is in Hood River vuli.
one-quarter mile from post ollloe and schuol,
nenr river and railroad Iniuireof
at6 M It NORI.R.
Water & Light Notice
All water and light bills are psvnhle at Ihe
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....l,i.i,iKih, it.wiTHiiu water
Co. s oltii-e from the 1st to the luih of the
JJZ. , KVAN8. Maunder.
Ore-an for Sale.
Nearly new. cost IO. will sell rr rcn I...
quire al this office. iniirl:!
CH KAP. I hsve I2i jrming aj,,,P trees which.
1 wmh to sell immediately. They aie Yellow
Newtown, Jonathan, lien Davis, ;no, Holts-.
enlx-i and Ursvciisteln. The greater uuin
!''. "re Newiona and Kpltseiibers-. For
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A IllHtl tt m.lrn ... . . r . , ...
- ; rv-b, IM1.U.-.V nr nitnseir in
the next few week. A man ho understands
pruning fruit trees preferred, ( ail at
Hack for Sale.
Oiie-honw buck lor sale. Inmurv of
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Buertrv for RaIa
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Cows for Sale.
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Incubator for Sale.
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