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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1904)
food Iver Slacier.
THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1904.
National Hank for Hood River.
Hood Hlver Is to have national bank.
Monday evenlns's Portland Journal printed a
dlpatch from Washington stating that the
application 01 r w muisey or r-oruana, j i;
Alnswnrlh, R Smith, K H Stanley and W H
Kennedy to organize the Klrst National Hank
of Hood Hlver, dr., with ti,ut0 capital, wan
ppjnuveu ujf inv comptroller 01 uie currency,
Will liuild Department Store.
F. A. Cram, the U-to-dnt merchant, an.
iMMMirn in uia dik an limi ne will sbortly ae.
curs ground and erect a modern department
tore which ssooa mver will ue proua or.
Drowning of Kenneth Baker.
Kenneth, the 14-year-old ion of Mr.
and Mra. W. J. Baker, wai drowned
Monday evening in the high tr
siougn just ueiow me uepot. llie Hid
den shock of this accident seemed par
ticularly rad and heart-rending to the
community in which hi parent, broth
er and sisters are so well and favorably
known. The newt wai an auful blow
to his mother, ill in bed at the time.
Master Kenneth appeared a particular
ly bright boy and made fast friends
with whomsoever he met. The grief
stricken family have most truly theftym
pathy of friends and neighbors.
Kvery possible effort was made to
restore the boy's life after the recovery
of his body from the cold waters of the
slough, but the earnest workers could
not combat with that which was to be.
The boy disappeared in the water
shortly after half past S in the even
ing. He was recovered after being in
the water possibly 25 minutes, and the
uoctor wno worked with the little fel
low did not give up until 8 o'clock that
in company with hit older brother,
Willie, Howard Hartley and Harold
Hershner, Kenneth was assisting in
bringing home the cows. He was riding
horseback.and wading out Into the water
thenimal became tangled in the brush,
stumbled and threw the little fellow
from his back Into 12 feet of water, less
than 25 feet from the shore. The boys
on the bank called for help.but with the
loud barking ol a dog their cries of dis
tress went unheeded for some time.
Maltie Dukes was among Hie Bret Uyeach
the scene. He attempted to wade out
with a horse but found this impossible,
the brush and fallen logs barring his
As quickly asjinrnan Effort would per-
init, Maltie Dukes, Winfleld dinger,
J. R. Nickelsen and II. C. Rakestraw
secured a row boat from Hood river 400
yards away, dragged it into the slough,
and with loggers' pike-toles began search
ing for the body. In the meantime
David Flumming had put out on a raft
and was making heroic efforts to reach
the boy. (Several times he fell under
the icy water, but didn't cease until he
assisted Maltie Dukes and Winfleld
dinger in bringing Jthe body to the sur
Drs. Watt and Dum bio were on the
bank, ami with every assistance thev
worked like Trojans. The father stood
by almost beside himself with grief.
After a half-hour's work the boy was re
moved up town, where Dr. flrosiui lent
his aid. But the cold waters of the
Columbia had claimed another victim.
The funeral services of Kenneth were
held at Artisan hall, Tuesday ,at 3 o'clock,
Rev. J. L. Hershner, pastor of the Con
gregational church conducted the servi
ces, offering brief remarks which were
befitting the sad occasion.
The public school adjourned to attend
the services, and most of the pupils
from the different rooms, with their
teachers were present. The pupils of
Mrs. Reid'a room, in which Kenneth
was a student, stood about his casket
and at the conclusion of the minister's
remarks, sang the hymn: "Nearer Mv
God to Thee." Each pupil of the pub
lic school deposited beautiful floral
offering on his silent form as they
marched by his casket. The pall bear
ers were chosen from Kenneth's large
circle of associates, and were: Willie
Chandler, Harold Hershner, Howard
Hartley, Ksty Urosius, Freddie Hell,
Harry Rood, Gay Cramer and Carl Fil
The pu nils of Mrs. Ro d's room will
oiners marcneu wiin trie large prot-es-
sion mat louoweu ail mat was mor a
of Kenneth to Idlewilde cemetery, where
ne was mm to rest In a beautifu v
hite draped grave.amid a rich profu
sion ot flowers.
Kenneth Dunlin Baker was born 'in
Hood River. March 30. 181)1. He nos-
sessed many winning qualities, being
always cheerful of disposition, helpful
In spirit, bis life giving promise of great
activity anu ii-iiiuinuss. ue was a mem
ber of Mrs. II. F. Davu eon's class of
hoys in the Congregational Sunday
school, who will grieve the absence of
their pupil and associate as they meet
from time to time.
Kenneth's desk In Mrs. Reid's room
has been appropriately draped by his
teacher and his schoolmates and will
remain draped until the clone of school.
Ladies' Crushed Leather . Belts
Wo liavo.jmytliing you want in the line of a belt, including doth, leather
patent leather, gimp and crushed leather in all colore. t
- A Few of Our Regular Prices:
1 pint pieced cups, each .02.' gC
9 Aluminum pie places .12c
Men's Linen Colors, each. 05c
Men's Hats o r.... .50c
(iood assortment cotton cholly, per yard ... , .05c
Apron Gingham, per yard 05c
Cloth Fins, per dozen . 01c
Men's Box, per pr , . . .05c
Men's Suspenders . .. ,10c
Good grade Calico, per yard 05c
Men's first class heavy weight overalls. . .60c
Boys Straw Hats -. ,05c
Globe Clothing Co.
' Thin atoro will take its firet step. It ih n great estab
lishment now, but it shall be even greater in the future.
We have perfect confidence in the decision the people of
noou inver anu vicinity win render when they Uiseove
mat me vumes we quote iw real and the prices actual
Nothing in merchandise will bo offered here unless it hu
tlw stamp of qualify and newness and low priced news on
ire every ieatu re. a
Declaration of Fair Treatment
is not amiss hero, and we promise that this store's acliiev
ments will possess as their fundamental elements sterling
honesty and a broad policy of "fair play" in every solita
ry transaction. We are hem to stay, to grow with the
town and become linked with its rapid strides of ad
Let n&t a Single Soul Escape
is tho mandate we have issued, and it means that tin
worm s uesti mercnanuiso uows here lor your favor at
prices without precedent or parallel in tht annals of trade
"Tne Early Bird 1 cm know the rest so please
snop here in mo morning, n possible, m order to avoid the
afternoon and evening crowd. Head on.
The saint; kind you pay elsewhere five and six dollars for we are now sell
ing for f .'J.2."). Cay and see for yourself.
We, have more slioes and sell more shoes than any other firm in town.
The reason is plain.' We" a re agents for the best factories in the world and
nre selling their goods on a very 'low margin. With this combination you
are sure toet the best shoes for the least money, v .
Next Saturday', while they Inst, we will give to each family buying apair
of Hamilton & Brown shoes a 20x30 BEAUTIFUL LITHOGRAPH FREE.
Two Little I.nilios Entertain.
tine of the most ploaaitnt and enjoyable llt
tlo parties that. hits liit.CV transpired was that
of a birthday given by Krunels rusttier and
Marl Whltiiini Whitehead, at th home of
Mrs. Charles t.-fisltier. The Utile ladles eehs
lirated their llllh birthday, both being the
mine day, the sixth of April, lino little gen
tleniHn on being asked when he returned
home what, they hud to eat, replied: "We had
cuke with white stuff on It and cold mush.1'
Another Utile one wild they had enke wllh
csndlea burning in them and Jack r'rost in
illaliea. After Hie 111 Me lolks had a hearty
play they were called to the dining nniin
where Mm. Castiicr and Mrs. Whitehead
nerved Ice ereiim and cake. Those present
were: KrntiH 1 'lighter, Marl Wiiltniar
Whitehead, llnyd Jenkins, Beryl Clarke, Ir
ma YateH, Miirv ftllnver, I.ulu i'rnther, Klla,
Kihel and Cllllord Mellonald, Florence and
Kdward t'aMtner, t-lande liavldMin, I-win and
tliirold Itiilley, AtfticH iVarkhiiin, Vale Me
t'arlhy, Wlliim TIioiiihoii. KrancU Itatebam,
.vlarKtierlle llccx. Laura KhiiiI. MHrlnn Itand,
Clam Hand, Helen huvldwin, Kva Yalea,
Klorence HroHluM, Hulpli (laiiKer. I.ticlle
Mcars, Ituth NIcketKcn, j-lthel Kitrrler, Oay.
lord ' Melualf, Velma KIcliHrdKon, Helen
Hparifir. Paul Newton, Knthryn linker, Ana
nine Chipping, Oertrude Moore from White
Halmon. The hontetiH' received muy beau
In Hcmd River, Hunday, April 17, 11104, Wat-
ter J., Iiilant mm of Mr
Mn, fled tnontha.
in. J. W. Uyrd-
a. The axwirlnienla are
Is the beat that can be
For men and bnyi
larae and tho stock
Men u line black Clay Worntod Bulla,
lU) til everyone; value 116; 7 (1"
oKinlns sale, T '"
Men s tne t neniit Miilta, aiiiKle
ureaaien aaca; regular value (is;
Men's Imnorted Clay Wonted Unit
Inall aliea.l-JU valuea; oeiillia 4
Men's C'aaalmere Hulls, very
paiwrna; a 9
men acnttnn Hocks, llKhtcnlorii'lUc value- ).
dlirlha thin ouenlna aale "
Men's good Humainders for everv-dav
work; a renular Attn kind; during
this opening sale only 'L
Men's Huiipemlers, icgradtt:durliigthla o1.
o-ienlng aaie t't
Men's Negligee Hhlrla, 75c value; during 1
thlHoneiilmr iukl xtt
''S5).45 Men's alandard brands Collars, sold all .)-.,
over 1 for D6c; during I bin tale a for
Hulls, very popular .i.T.T... "m m v"ry ln","l '
10 value to go
Men's illno Worsted Nulla, a ve
Men's black, soil broad lulin hat,
VMPV hIvObI. .....I .U.....I..M .I.,-
lee auinnier .ulU etrm eW. tr . "vl"r';' ''
value Ut.Uk for the onenlna aala T. WO " '": n-KUiar w val
Young Men's 5-piece Hulls In &y
neat shades In Chevolt, worth $1 I fT
17.50; nr Ui opening aale fO.'tO
Young Men's black Clay Wonted
Hulla,alMta 16 to w, regular S1-.0U K i-
vhIhh ilurlnii the iiim.ii Hit. iimIh vriJ.itl
Little Uenn? 4-plM Hnlu at prices
far muri tneiiNuaiciutt; prioeaare 01 a r
1. ji.. n .
ue; dnrl na Id la great 01a.nl inr aa le'F
Men's suit Orako, a very giaid hat In
mack, caalor and gray, H.m val- (It l tr.
ue; only ..
Men's Hat, soft, black, 'brown and
cantor, Fedoras, the new.HtvIe,
broad brim, '4 rolled, finished
edge; a f.1 value; during llii. 4.) An
ale only f-SUO
Men's light colored Hat In a broad
brim; a very good every day hat;
regular value tte.U); during Ihla 1 .)
14, 13.50, tftdU, and down U
The aaaortment Is coinnlete and Drleea to sale only
suit everybody, without hurting ySur purse. CVinnn
Men's Hue Caaatmere INints, dark 011003
'tlrn; 'If '2 4;i HhiMia for nil. Our hnnienae line of Hhoea,
u n-J iuo; oinuuig pric wiiK li conalata of iiien'a, ladlea, chlldren'i
Men's gray checkered I'anU.all wool, and Infanta' ahtaw, In prh-ea to reach even
very good knock-about uunta; 1 ul body, and we guarantee each and every pair,
regular price siUiO; opening sale V ' " "ot aatlafactory. we gladly make It
Men'. Cotton Workllla lanl. regular !-. fx Wltla.ut.any guarrellllg.
It.&O kind, at the onenlng sale 0t" Mvn' Viet K Id Hhoea In a very good
Men s black. txnton i-nnia, a 11.7a value;
make argiaal every-day latnta; du- (l"w,
ring opening sale .'ue
Men's extra fancy Woraled fanta lu
latest ahadea; regular ili.fiu value; 'l r i
for Ihlsopenlng aaleonly 4ptl.tfr
Men's (iolf Ovei-Hhlrt, In a very neat
atrlpe; a regular 1S0 value; during 4 rr(
tula opeulug NaleonLv
Men'a extra tine black and white stripe
Working Hhlrta; regular 7Se value: 4
during opening aale
Men's black shirts, made of heavy dril
ling', gtaai mr ouuiiair wora; sola
everywhere for MKi; during the open- 'ill.,
sale only .
Sililrta, well made O
and erfect fit; ll.l
Men's light weight Underwear for sum
mer, in ribbed;
leather, the lateat totvextemlcil
sole, military heel; regular H,n) .) (
kind; during thla 0Mnlng aale )!')
Men's Itox CnlfHhoea. In a lllom-her
. cut; a very dreaav !hm', u value; i
during thioHnlng anle Tr
Men's Veloura Call'HhiH-. made of a
very choice atock and well riii.
lahed; tiiaatyear well; regulnr
value HMK opening aale
Men's every day Working Hhoe,
made or good beavy h-aiher, rlv-
eieo aeama; n..i values; oih-ii
Men's Shoes, regular Nap toe, war-
ranted solid; regular price til.f); it.) 1
during oMnlng aale V" 1
Men's heavy Working Hhoea, wllh
buckle, made of heavy oil grain
alock. itiiiihlA aiil.,- nwi,)u. ,.i .111 .
value: during the ooenlmr aale 'iT 1 . )
Men's Shoe, extra flnedreaaahoea In
vlcl kid or velora calr. reaular t ill nn
value; for the opening aale jr.WW
Laity's Hhoea In Vlcl Kid, patent tip,
fair play stock, a very nice and
eaay at reel hoe; regular M value; 1 j"
In Hood Blver, Or., Hunday, Arll l7, IBM, to
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. JoIiiimii), a sou.
In Hood River valley, Kast, Hide, April 14,
I1KI4, to Mr. and Mra. V. WJnehell, a daughter.
Mrs. Kdward lllylhe Is vlalllng In I'orllaud.
Mra. J. T. Neffof The Uullea la the gueat of
Mra. H. K. lllylhe.
Mrs. Alton Cunning haa been Buffering dur
Ing the week with a severe ca.se of the tooth
ache. At. the renucMt of the people of Mertoinlnce,
hv. J. 4 lii'iYhncr tvlll prencli ut the Colum
bia actual! houiaa next Hunday at H p. m.
The Hiiae Hull Hovs of Keliuont. will give a
bull ut J. (). Kaslimia'aHnturiliiv, April :J, for
the benefit of the hall l.lim. Huliiember the
date and give the boya a boost.
A meeting of the W. C. T. tr. Is hereby
called to he held at the lecture room of the t'.
11. church on Tueadny, April 2)1 ill 2:KI p.m. A
full allvndiincc dealrml.
MKH. Dell. I A M. COON, President.
Karl Hartineaa la up on bis homeatend above
Critpiier. Karl la pulling In his lime clearing
land, planting trees mill putting In garden
and ol her cropa that will help to keep the
wolf from hlHctihlu door.
Hherllt Hexton luia turned over to the trs-J
iirui mi. ittsi collection iiitiue previous 10 i.ue
date when 1in;i itixea I tune delliiiient,
Hinountliifllolil.Sl.l.ii'.whlchhrouitlit the total
amount collected up to the splendid sum of
si;ra, ni..iii. rurnnicie. ; ,
Mra. Harry lhiltey, who has been sick for
some tune, :a stilt contincd to her bed. She
luia had ecvcml operailoua performed, but the
doctors any she Is now on the way to recovery.
Her husband In tHkinncitreof his sick wife
gave hla strain a setback and la "till nnflt for
aork of any kind.
Mrs. Anion Billings of Mount stood Is home
from a visit to The Dalles.
Read the Davidson Fruit Co. 'a ad every
week. You will see something new and prof
itable. Cliiircli Notltn.
Mount HAod School House. Rev. vV". I
IHIIInger will preach at 11 a. 111. Sunday,
ltclinnnt Chapel.-unday school at, 10 a. m.
League at 7; aubjact, "L'hrlatian Kducallon In
MlHslonary Uiuda." leader. Mrs. Alfred
Moorman. Taunt'liing at S, All who do not
attend elsewhere are cordially Invited to wor
sliliiwlth us. Excellent music Is prepared for
Valley Chrljtlan. Preaching at II a. m. and
It p. in. "What the Valley Christian Church
Hianda For; has It a right to exislT" is the
morning topic. This will be explained by
chart, Kvenlng snhleet. "The FrultlessTree.'
The pastor Will preach In Citrmlchael's ball
at ::! p. 111. A. A. ileery, pastor.
Unitarian). Corner State street and Park
avenue; W. O. Kllot, Jr., minister In charge.
Sunday school at 10. Borvi at II a. m.
The church will be dedicated with Appropri
ate ceremonies. Kev. T. L. Kllot. 1). 1).. 111 In-
Ister emeritus of the church of Our Father,
roriianu, win preacu ine sermon, ttev. w.u.
fcilot, Jr., will ssaiat in the service, . .
Congregatlonaf. Hev. J. I.. Hershner, pas-
vor. i-reaciiiug aerviuca win ue coniiuclea
next sundiiy at 11 a. ni. and 8 d. m. K.n
deavor w-rvlce at 7 p. m. Hundny school at
in a. 111., wiin a. I;, siaien, superintendent.
All are Invited, -eapeoially strangers In our
Christian Tabernacle. Sunday school In
Ciirmlclinel'a luill at 2:110 p. m. A. 11. Cash,
Methodist. Preaching at II a. in. and 7 D.m.
W. C, Kvans, pastor. Satibath school at 10
a. 111. r.jwoiiii ijeagucjto:au p. 111.
Uniteit Itrethren. Sunday school ai, 10 a.m.
Hcrnifin by pastor at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m.
Junior at. p. m. Senior C. K. at 7 p. in. Pray
er and praise meeting Wednesday evening at
7:;!0. Hiwctnl evanaullavle awvtcea at. the Sun
day and WoaiiiMilav evening meetings. All
iiiviu-ii: a apei iiii invitation to the newcoiU'
era In our mldat. 11. C. Shaffer, pastor.
Go-Cart for Sale.
Cheap. Call at Stewart's store, or see
mS MRS. A. A. JAYNE.
Plants for sale at 91.00 toer liKW nn my ranch S
miles -011111 or Hood Klver, Kaat Hide. All
plants grown on new stalk.
2H M. h. THORN.
Treiber will Buv
Two or three good freah cows. Write de
scription ana price to u. J, Treiber, Hood
Kiver, or. . m24
100 Cherry Trees,
Lambert and Blug,
For saw? b-
The city council ol Dtifur is planning
for the fcruction of g a-story. 20x40, city
Ask to see the new
at Knapp's. '
Bhirt Waist Hat
WAN ri-.D-FA ITII FUL PK11MON TO TRA
vel for well ealnul.hi'il houae In a few con 11
tles, culling on retail merchant and agents,
iiiical territory. Salary fJO per week with ex
pensea nddlllonul, all iayable In cash each
week. Money lor expenaea advanced, ifosl
tlon permanent. Ituslneaa successful and
mailing. Miinufiu-lurera and Wholesalers,
I'ept. I, third floor, H.14 HenrtHirn St., Chicago
Apples of Gold.
Gold when yon sell; gold medal when yon
exhibit. We have the land; no better In the
vaiiey; wiwun a mile or the Hnotti orchard
which took a gold medal at llulhilo; W acres
unimproved, 40 per acre. No agent. Write
for team to meat you, or call at farm 7 miles
out. Full particulars and terms nn applica
tion. al4 TROy SHKLLEY.
Apply to Farmers' Irrigating Co.
J14 E. N. BKNSON, Mafiager,
A bunch of keya attached to a chain. Kinder
will please leave at Mount Hood Lumber Co's
store ana get reward.
12 acre! of good apple land 4 miles ont; 40
iwn uoifi rum urove Bcnooi nouse. uuii on
oraaureas- V. WINCHEIjl,,
m Hiod River, Or.
$1.60 Books for 60c.
ai popular books, such as "Crisis," "David
ttarum, etc., at 00c each. Also, S large vols.
vunmiwri cncyciopeaia at s&au ror set.
m5 H. C. SHAFFER,
Hood farm houae, 9 rooms, well located,
West side, one mile south Harrett school
iiouae. super month. Apply to Prather It
Veatment Co., or at M Hood hotel.
2 HENRY T. WILLIAMS.
$K Rain wagon and team harness, all rood
aa uew, tor saie cneap. m. M. mutt.
40 Acres for Sale.
Two miles from White Salmon P. ). on
county mad;20 In cultivation, seeded to clover,
wneai ana Dariey: wu Dearing null trees; wa
ter plenty; good house and barn. Price Si.raJO.
a-'t PETER (IROHHONtl.
Theiewlll bea inci ting of the stockholders
of the Hiaid River Hum-Hull Association, Fri
day evening, at 7 o closk, at theolllce of John
U-iiind Henderson, for the puriaise of eltccu
Ing orgniilr.iitlon of the corporation, Allaub
HiTlhera to the capititl slock are urged to be
Urckcut. ity order ol the lucorKirators.
CM AS. T. EARLY,'
tl. E. WILLIAMS,
FRANK A. CHAM.
All Stockholdera lllllsl call at. Mr. Mender.
noli a ottli-e and sign Ihe alock book and
waiver 01 nonce.
Ml contractors desiring to enter bids on
plans for my house can do so by calling at
my oitice any time Uctween April Zuuid '-'x.
c. II. JENKINS.
All persona owulna dons must imv their
license by May I. o. M. Fit A LEY,
Smith & Galli&an '
Are propiiBiilIng ai,(im Newtown Pippin and
Spllaeiiburg nursery trees for fall dellverv.
All Inula unil clous Inken tioin healthyaiid
tested lives. Hiaid River tiliinters should re-
aerve their orders.
Two Horse Collars.
Shipped by Ihe Iti-guliiior line, were left at H.
w. vt an s aiore ny niisiaKe. owner callund
oH-nlng sale price
d; regular 7So value: 4
during the opening sale only -',
Men's llalhrlggan Underwear, $1J1 val- I -.,
ue; at this oa?nlng sale ouly -.'L
lioys' Fleeced Linen Underwear In
shlrlaonly; a big bargain at 50c each; 1 C Udy'a nongola Kid Hhia. iwtent tip.
uunug una opening aaie only " high heel, heavy sole; i 76 value; 1 t
Men'a (Villon Sock, iwn lar Air i klnH il- for Uie ooeulna aale T'-t.'
during thla sale 6 for -,Jt Lady-aShoe In adongola pollli, -at-ft 1 00
Men's fancy black Hocks; regular lie () enl llpjtlvalue; tSiroia-nlngaale T '
grade; during this sale "V. Lady's Patent Colt Shoe, high heel,
Men's White Handkerchiefs, soft finish, ) very styllsh'ahoe; W..'l value; du- -
100 value; during thlsopeuingaaleouly ''L during this owning aale r '
OakStreet, next door to Glacier Office
I U.mu mitl imy Inr UiIm nottre. Thv wnr
iinnlKiuMt 10 H. M. vViiflt'rNiui.
Sherifl's Sale of Real
Notice la hereby given thai an execution
and order of sale whs IsmiciI out of ttie Circuit
Hirt of Ihe state ofOlciroll for Wasco coimlr
011 Ihe llllh dn.v of April, liHil, uimiii a la)!ii-
nicllt and decri'e ulvcii ami fiimlc ihi.,-,.1 i,
helMh day of April, lwnaa of and for then
111 nay 01 November, nn. n favor of w. 11
Wilson and iiualnst J. E. Friend tor the sum
01 Si.'H.'-ti, with interest thereon from the til li
day of November, iMM, nt the rote of 10 per
cent s-r aniiuin, and ST.'i atloinev a lees, niul
ic niriiu-r sum ol S7.,ai costs, w 1 ch H.11J1 c
edition mid onler of siile la directed to and
couiuiHlids me to sell the south half of I lie
southwot iiuiiter, the southwest uiirterof
he southeast iiiutrterol section fmiO. hiu! the
northwest 011:11 ter of the noitlieast oinirtcrof
'lion nine In IowuhIiIo one north, rtinue.
east. In Wasco o.;ul v. (ireuon. to autit.lv
aald JuilKinent: tliereioiv. in pniMiiilwe of said
xecuilou and older ol sale I will, 011
Kalnrday, thc.'lsl day ot May, inch,
t the hour of 2 o'clock P. ,M.. at the conniv
court home ibmr In Oulies fnv, in Wasco
county, Oregon, sell at pulillc ain llon lo the
highest bidder for cash In liiind the lauds and
premises iilsiv, dcscilbcd for the purHise of
MinsiifiiK muo jiiou iiieni anu tuvrte.
Dalles l ily, t)r April hi, l-.mi.
F. C. SEXTON,
ailnit-J Hherllt' of Wasco count v, Oregon
Will be Opening day for the
In the Circuit Court of tbe State of Oregoi
for Wasco County.
Frank Davenport, plaintiff, vs. Frank C
To Frank C. Wilson, the defendant above
You are hereby required to appear and an
swer tbe complaint filed ngalnal yoj, InOh
ibove entitled suit In the alsive named courl
on or ta?fore the expiration of six weeks from
tbe date of the first publication of this sum
mons; and you are hereby notified tbat If you
fall to so appear and answer the said com
plaint that Judgmeut and decree will e taken
against you for the relief prayed for in said
complaint, Ut wit: Judgment for the sum ot
2ii0, with Interest thereon at the rate of 10 pel
cent per annum from October t, ItfK), and for
the further snra of 4V0 as attorney's fees In
this suit, and for the coats and disbursement
of this suit, snd a decree foreclosing tbe mort
gage mentioned In said complaint, and di
recting that the real premises therein men
tioned be sold on execution, and that the pro
ceeds of such sale be applied In payment ol
UieooeteiMcd expenses of such sale and of this
suit, ana to the satisfaction of such sum as
may be found due the plaintiff In this suit, In
cluding the ssOd atupney's fee and 6..i0 paid
by plaintiff for taxes on said mortgaged
This summons Is served by publication for
six consecutive weeks lo the flood River
Olacler, a newspaper of general circulation,
published In said Wasco county, pursuant to
an order directing such publication, made by
Hon. w. T. israusnaw, judge 01 tne aoove
natned court, which said order la dated on
the 2rflh day of March, I'.KH, and the date ol
tbe first publication hereof Is April 7, IU04.
a7ml2 A. A. JAYNE, Atty for Plaintiff.
LIST 'OF LANDS
.. Public Sale
At my ranch at Blngen. Wash., on Thursday.
April 28, 1104, and continuing from day today
until sale Is completed. Following personal
12 head of horses and colts; 1 heavy 8 skein
wagon, 1 covered back, 1 Racine 8 seated
hack, i buggies, II mowers, 1 Osborne Hay
Rake, 1 Keystone grain drill; 1 14-dlsc Key
stone harrow and seeder. cultivators, 1 8
horae power, 1 power Jack, 1 cutting box, I
cider mill; 1 portable blacksmith forge; 1 flour
sliest; 14 kegs nails; 1 lot of fruit crates; the
following dairy Implements: 2 Delaivelle sep
arators; 2 butter workers: 1 f hum; 8 dozen
butter tubs; 1 Babcock butter te-ter with
acldB; butter moulds, milk cans etc; 1 Light
ning hay press: i sets double harness; 1 road
scraper: 2 nay forks; doseu butter boxes; 2
chandeilers and lamps, and a large Quantity
of farm and household goods too numerous to
Terms of Hale Hums under $30, cssh; over
mat amount, one year s time at s per cent,
wun note won approveo aecuruy.
Refreshments on the grounds.
A. R. BYRKETT.
R. Adams, Auctioneer.
4 Tracts of Land
(16 acres. 10 or 12 cleared and nearly all set lo
88 acres, 2f tillable; 2 acres cleared; 175 per
acre ror 111 laoie part, ua lance will oeaonuted
20 acres, partly cleared, fro per acre.
15 acres, all cleared; splendid improvements.
Whole blace set to trees and strawberries:.
These places are located bom one to Ave
mil-s out, under the East Fork Irrigating
Co's ditch, I am not a real estate agent but a
tanner living 0 miles out ana am otlur'n
these properties for non-resident friends. 1
you are Interested In any way, don't hesitate
to ask questions. The list may contain ex
actly what you want, or your friends who are
coming 10 Hood Klver, are looking for. Call
on, write to or phone K. E. HARBISON,
Phone 84ti. Hood River, Or
My residence on Sherman avenue: s-room
nouse with bath; Jot lOUxljO feet. Price fi.OilO.
Brick building and lot occupied by R. B.
Bragg A Co. and poat office, tti.(iot). Address
mill L. N. BLOWERS,
U. 8. Marshal's office, Portland, Or,
East Side Grade Im
Hood River, or. Bids will be received nn to
April 80, 1901, at fie county clerk's office, The
Dalles, Or., for the Improvement of the Kast
siue wagou roau graue, noou tuver, by graV'
cling said road a distance of 4220 feet.
Plans and specifications may be seen at the
county ciera s omce ana wttn county Com
missioner n. j. muoaru, noon ntver, or.
By order of the County Const..
Dr. M. A
Office In Lan
Will be In Hood River KYIrinvu MnH Mamr.
-! W ! . - -
for sale at ft bargain; on the road to Mount
tiooa: gooa bud e land: n ce. bea thv Unaiion
for a house by the roadside. Inquire on the
piciiiineB. mz-i J. r. flllilJiTKUM.
I have about lOO.flnn tlratlnjia itr.uhMiv
plants for safe. Also land, from one acre to
1, on easy terms.
E. C. ROOERS.
Horses for Sale.
r tve need farm hnrapA u-oiirht 1 nm tn 1 xw
Four office rooma to let
Inquire of ni31 8.
Two girls for housework. Apply to
mlO A. R. BYRKETT, Blngen. Wash,
Bicycle for Sale. . .
Brand new coaster brake Kamhlerf cnat. am.
will sell for . RAY IMBLER.
M R. F. 1). No. 2.
Team for Sale.
GSXld Well broke team, hnvav and hintiM,
for sale. Prices very reasonable, luaulre at
Glacier office. H21
fee Cirnni will bo Nerved FREE between the hours
of 2 and 5 o'clock p. in. Everybody is invited.
WHITEHEAD & SHEETS, Props.
1 have just received another invoice ol fine millinery from an Eastern
inurket, wtiii-h I am showittg at prices to suit all Ladies will find
me prepared to croar any and all designs in Ladies,' Misses' and
('liiidreti'a lieadwear. See my special designs in Lace, Babv Hats,
Folded Chiffon, Torpedo Toques. Flat Iron Turbies, the Tricorne and
ninjiy others too numerotiB to mention. New Veilings, new Ribbons.
Charles R. Spencer.
THE DALLES TRANSPORTATION CO.
Fast time between The Dalles and Portland. Steamer hves The HaHes Tuesdavs
1 liiirs.ls.vs and Satunlays, at 7 a. in.; arriving at Portland at 2 p. m. '
lleinrnlng, leaves Portland Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 7 a. m.; arriving
at I he I in I h a at S p. m. 8
snipping at Vancouver. Washouaral. Cascade Iwka, steven-mn, Orson, St. Martin's
Sprltic Collins, While Salmon, Hood River and I ..vie. for both freight and passengers
Landiin; at The Oallca, foot of Cnlon si; at Portland, foot of Oak st Capt E w"
Sneiu-er. ilenerkl Manager. Portland. FASH ll IN ST Itl.KS Apnt H,J,,l m...'
For sale. 60 thc-beat of annle Innd'AnAt in
the best commercial varieties; 4 about ready
lo set: remainder verv easilv cipnrp. iu.
springs, with sufficient water to Irrigate five
acres of strawberries: new cnttnirn h.umo hum
and other outbuildings. Price H.iKH cash.
Call on or address owner nn aremlses, 1 miles
out on East Hide. This land iasltuated in the
lamoua appie oeitor nisio Klver.
a'l L. A. HERMAN. R.F.D. No. 1
10 Acres for Sale.
I am offering for sale mv 10 acres, well I
proved, S miles south of town, on the Moon
iiuou ruau. ror particulars, call at nw place.
r. P.. HA1LE
List yotir Fruit Lands with us in the
Hoim'seekers' titiidu it rou want to sell
them. We advertise the guide in over
225 Faslern and Middle West natiera.
Send lor the lliniiesoekersiuide.
US SPRAY i
Now is the Accepted Time.
Get. you r, Spray Material of
Lewis Poultry Yards
Eggs froia heavy laying hlack Minorca, tl
Jyl RALPH REWMBelmont
Horse for Sale.
Mare 8 -ears old; weight about Lam.
2.' F. C. STOUT. Belmont.
AcpNsteel beaded chaHslne purse, contain
IngfT.id. Finder will iiIhiw Uv. .i iiiuu.
office and receive rewnrd.
IB strawberry packers. Call on or write
gJ AI FRANZ, Hood River, Or.
1 BoBldlng hack, 1 single buggy, 1 net single
harness. All In good condition. Will trade
" J M' -aooui i HIORE,
Buff Leerhorn Etre-s.
-...I s "' "".'I 8norn vac per
'""g- ml2 E A. FRANZ.
sealed Olds wanted b Mhv 9 a,, .w.,, .......
for bulldina- a resldenn.. Pi .h ,.
cations will be found at Office of Prather In
vestment ''oniiisn v.
nIhiiiPr'Pare?o!do we" drivluon topftr
:"-'- v nimu uepin oi water.
"i" j puuip io renu
" a M. HUNT.
Hay for Sale.
l-OST LAKE LUMBER CO.
Cows For Sale.
Good milk cows for sale, Inqulreof
And you can depend on it being GOOD.
LAND FOR SALE.
Six acres ALL IV hvpriu j . ..
from town. Early gpiMtnd. This 'year's emu
estimated at sou crates. Imiuireof P
lii" FRANK BLAOtl.
At I Rile White store:l MeyersSpray ronvi
eimiplete and ready for work; 1 California'
'f,l,Ll..Aw"y' Al "roeh.nl culMvaOon"
1 la-Inch Plow ; 1 1 Snbaoll P,ow; I Double limy'.
n all these artk-les.
Prices are ilgbt
Money to loan.
Hanna house and lot., (2,000.
1. Lots in Waucoma Park addition
Corner lot in front of school house
2. Eligible residence lots in Bpangler'i
subdivision, near cannon house; only
$125 ; terms easy, installment plan.
3. Sixty acres good cultivatable land
on Rock creek, six miles southeast of
Hood River. Price $700. Terms easy. .
4. 320 acres of timber land at the falls
nf Hood River, belonging to Ueorge E.
Forsyth j 160 acres good frtrtt land;$4000.
8. 160 acres at VVliite Sal mon : fine
timber land ; $10 an acre. .
9. The b-acre place in Crapper neigh
borhopd, known as the Renshaw place;
all improved; nev buildings, etc.
100 acres, house and garden patch,
located 10 miles south of The
Dalles. Known as the Woodman
place. Trice f 900.
The Hunt place mile southwest of
town. House, barn, mostly in strawber
ries and other fruits. Price, $1450.
The new company now ofers for sale
lots formerly belonging to the Hood
River Townsite company, of which com
pany John Leland Henderson is secre
tary and the Hood River Bank treasurer.
Tickets to and from Europe.
Persons desiring to purchase tickets to
or from any points in Europe or South
Africa may secure the sane from John
L. Henderson, who is agent for the
Beaver line of steamships.
First-class Surveying Outfit
At the Emporium are kept 2 first-class
transits and solar attachments, and the
proprietor, a practical surveyor, is pre
pared to do the work of laying out acre
age property in lots and blocks, and do
ing all kinds of surveying and platting.
From and after this date, April 9, 1903,
the rates will be as follows: $10 a day ;
Lot corners established for $5 a lot;
two contiguous for one owner, the
Furnished room to rent.
Lot 4, block 9, HuH's addition, fine 2
story house; $1,400.
For Sale Residence on State street at
head of Kront; $2,500, includint 3 lots.
For Sale. 40 acres near Monnt Hood
post office. Good land $700 cash-30
days, only. J. Leland Henderson.
l'or Rent For a term of ten years,
the two lots on State street, back of
Hartmess' and the Paris Fair. Rental
$120 a year for the two,
For Sale The 50 acre strawberry farm
owned by A. E. Lake and others, on
west side. Price $14,000. All in straw
berries in their prime. A good oppor
tunity for several bn
gether and each secure a part. Must all
ue soiu at once, i erms half or more cash.
For Sale The Henderson ranch, for
m'y owned by J. It. Galligan; (10 acres
30 cleared: orchard : mroojlu..;,...
clover and timothy; well irrigated ;large
2-story mansion, small cottage new
barn; all fenced. Price $10,000. A
brook runs through ranch. Easy terms:
telephone : rural rieliverv Kr.,,.
from Hood Rivjer.
Two coat ranch fifl fill ITiniinfoin nn a., t
of valley on county road. One, $1,000;
the others $1,200; each has small houte
riinriing water, and is fenced. Terms,
Rooms to rent in city.
Unfurnished house to rent.
city. Good for Btoie or office.
Mrs. Clark's IM acres on tho Mil f.
sale or rent; house $10 month, with
land $15; selling price $1,500; renter
must take subject to sale.
My own house oiit)08iteSBvnoo't,h0,L
ware store, occupied by Mrs. Jayne is
for rent; suitable for office or aliop.
The 10 acres owned by H. S. Lewis at
Belmont, iinnroved. with h,iii,t;..
iorm imPIement8, furniture, stockretc '
o,ow; tne Dare place," $2,500; $l,5w)
or more cash ; balance on time, 6 per ct.
A. W. ONTHANK,
Notary Public and Ileal Es
Ixians, Collections and Conveyancing, Fire
and Life insurance in the best companies.
Stenography and Type Writing.
Oak SL, Hood River.
. Shoemaker P. Rocks.
I have thoroiltrhhred Plvn, inth ui. .i.ub
ens direct from shoemaker farm in llllimi.
Ior &JMeat I on per aetilne of IS.
" To Rent.
I have concluded t r..,. , n, - . ,
iMyJ!S?ct ;,ritbrry land, In patches lo
sii I leasees, and for any length of time, from
10 to ao years. Thla Is the beat strawberry and
fnThTearrv!, "'J "i "I
Call upon me at my ranch, or address me ai
MMKen, wam. rjj , R. BYHKKTT "
Fruit Dryer for Sale.
Capacity 10 tons fruit a da v. In . m
country, (tood place to start cannerv In mm.
nection. Will sell at reasonable nrW
- HKNjjlNUHKN. Mosler. Or."
Dry Slab Wood
For sale: 3..i0 a cord, delivered if i.i,..
once. da VEX WKfJIHOS I jtk c6.
Indian Eve Medinfi
Made of r(Mt riv urm .n
the eve, In a short r me . : ?!
cured the eyes of MiKsVuraleSeley. .Mrs.Hmn.
It m7 i ,.Hry -" snd Mrs. M. K.
Miller. Pn-e 'ic a Kotiia u..i.i ,i
Riwu"; 8011 COrner bafonl. liooU
8 Acres for Sale.
KIX RCre St td lrflW7lior-ria Ul i .
and other tmiiri.votnpntu n- .n. I " "
on IMtnon, road In best'jSrt 'J;
T'WTldaV Itlvht At ntiar.
KK. Bradley: """' "mceor to
n " For Sale.
,?r!.Jeley ,' and 4 bir work
"I H. HARTLEY.
vFine Horse for Sale.
Nornmn stallion, 4 yean, old May Zt. 1
fe,Mly eentle. WelKnt M. pX 1
Price $.1)0, A
r " m u i ilia i. ror Kale hv
M osier, Or,