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Kood iiver Slacier.
THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1904.
Th Glacier In New Hands.
. witn una issue Hie uiacler passes
. ". Into new hands, , Arthur D. Moe has
purchased the press and material, good
will aud subscription list. He is
practical newspaper ruun and printer
' from Grand Forks, N.D., where he
successfully managed the publication
of the I'lul nda ler for the pat two yean
and for severs! years prior published
the Reporter at South St. Paul, Minn.
Tbe writer tukes pleasure in Introduc
ing the new proprietor to the readers
" of the Glacier, knowing tliut he will
make a good paper and believing the
Glaclor under Mr. Moe will keep puce
with the splendid growth this com
munity gives promise of. We ask
that the same generous treatment be
accord. d Mr. Moe which has been
given the publishers of the Glacier
In the post. .;
It Is with' regret Ihe senior propri
etor lays down his work begun nearly
ten yi-ars ago. He Is grateful for the
kind words spoken by numerous pa.
trons since the fuct became' known
that, the puper was sold. . He gives
. ovir the work to the new proprietor
with the full assurance that the Gla
cier will be better and more useful In
the community tl an ever.
8. F. Blythe & Bon.
The Sew Proprietor.
In assuming the management of the
' Glacier, so long aud ably handled by 8.
F. Blythe, and the past year by 15. F.
- Blythe A Sou, It will be tbe aim of the
new proprietor to keep up the present
blh standard of exoellepce that hus
been maintained by the Glacier in the
past mid make such Improvements as
the Income and Increasing patronage
' will warrant, and opportunities sug
gest. Ik'llevlng it Is essentia"! to define
. the future policy of the Glacier, will
say that the Glacier will stand for the
principles of the Republican party, but
reserve the right to support local randl
v, dales for ofllce, regardless of party, who
in our Judgment will best serve tin
Interests of the citizens and taxpayers.
The Glacier will also stand for t.ie
moral and material Interests uf the
community which It serves, and will
viflnt nil Ilia nuwa llml lu fit in ,..
. fi.u v.iw iiunq iiiu. . . ,w .inn..
Arthi'k I). Moe.
Our correspondent "Taxpayer," in
his communication today, give some
good reasons why the propositions now
'before the council to give the city water
for fire protection should be acted upon.
1 When "Taxpayer" says the city enn
- not legally own water works he means,
evidently, that it would require an act
of the legislature to enable the city to
. issue bonds in suflkiunt amount to own
lie water works. In this case any fur
ther delay in providing adequate Are
protection for the city is expensive.
A meeting of citU.iiis is called for next
Monday evening, at 8 o'clock, to consider
the quostion of bonding school district
No. 3 for the purpose of building another
school house and making such improve
ments in the buildings we already have
as are needed to accomodate the increase
In our school population. The growing
community on the hill ask that a school
house be built in that part of town, and
the Glacior believes their request is
reasonable. If a new building is decided
upon, ground for the same should be se
cured on the hill. Our schools must bo
kept up and improved facilities fur
nished as we grow In population. Let
every taxpayer and school patron attend
this meeting. The board of directors
ask your as9istancetn deciding questions
that come up at this time.
The Williams Cane.
Persistent effort is being made by
Prosecuting Attorney Menefee to pro
cure evidence in the Williams' case. The
prisoner's very contradictory statements
made since his arrest, hit past shady
history and the strong evidence against
him already accumulated, gives him a
rather gloomy outlook.- The location of
the supposed murder will be examined as
closely as circumstances will penult, and
should the bodies of the missing womeu
be found, as they may, his conviction
seems assured. If guilty, no means should
be spared to force Conviction, for scarcely
l.aa a llltrlfAP ci.Y.A hld.ilf ni.il ,V.u
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of Oregon's history. Mr.Knudson, living
in the Williams neighborhood, is said to
have seen Williams harrowing a spot,
with a team and harrow, where he had
never planted or cleared the ground
ihe manner of his so doing, in the
light ot later developments, Is highly sug
gestive. Bind it miirht tin mill l.ir Farm.,.
Knudson to be interviewed by our county
Strawberries by May 10.
Judge A. R. Byrkett the well-known
strawberry raiserof White Salmon.states
that he expects tohave berries on the
market by May 10. The Judge was in
Portland this week, and to a Journal
man said that be has 19 acres in berries
which lie directly under the basaltic
minis on the north side of the Columbia,
where the sun's rays warm the sandy
loam soil in early spring. This makes
the land particularly early, and berries
ripen here from a week to ten davs
Delore the crop colors on the south side
of the Columbia. The early berries gel
the top prices, and Mr. Bvrkett says he
is always assured of much higher aver
age returns for his fruit than his neigh
bors whose berries do not ripen so earl v.
Mr. Byrkett says his straw berries should
yield 200 crates to the acre, or a total of
4,000 crates. His average net returns
last year were between f2 50 and $3 a
Hon. E. L. Smith is setting 10
in apples at Hueluh Und, this
inis makes about ttO acres of
lor Mr. Smith.
E. L. Smith Talks of Hh New Brick
Hon. E. L. Smith when Interviewed
regarding the new brick said: "There
is not much to tell about it ;t!'"re will be
a two story brick erected on tin- corner,
of which the upper stor. vi .11 be made
into of lice rooms and tli- lowt r will be
oiliceson the corner i.ud the second
room will be used for commercial pur
poses." Asked if the new national bsnk
would occupy the corner, Mr. Smith re
plied; "Well,probably,"and he began
to talk apples and sprays and storage,
ana by l'r. Harper's metnod ol Inunc
tion the inquisitive Glacier man learned
the fact that while Mr. Smith was
incidentally interested in the erection of
a new brick that would be an honor to
Hood River, he was wholly absorbed in
the advancement and perfection of the
Iruit industry which is, and likely
ever will be, the motive force of pros
perity in our vaiiny. , '
Among . the many things of
interest to fruit growers to which
Mr. Smith gave utterance the
following quietly drifted into the mas
sive convolutions of gray matter in the
reporter's think tank for the benefit o'
Glacier readers: "Yes, the best time
to fight the aphis is before the foliage
starts with a winter spray known as the
riper formula, which is: sulphur one
pound, lime one pound: slake the lima
and add the sulphur and enough water
to stir easily, iioil one hour, stirring
constantly, then dilute to four gallons.
Strain out sediment and spray. For
larger amounts keep the same propor
tions. Uf course the time is past to use
this spray this leaeon." The reporter
suggested that 11 would be sood for the
fruit grower to clip this, from the Glacier
and paste in his hat for reference next
Mr. Smith continued: "For this
time of the year, the most effective
spray to ue for aphis is the following:
quassia chips one pound, boil two hours
ami dilute to four .gallons; uhale oil
soap one pound, thoroughly dissolve in
lour gallons ot water ;nnite the two and
you have eight gallons of the best spray
In use. The reporter thought this siirav
would taste to the aphis something like
uvixjcuoii ui quinine nuu wuisay to
victim of the grip: Mr. Smith said
further; "There has been no sorav
discovered that is superior to arsenite
of soda for coiflin moth; there are lead
sprays which are equally as effective as
the arseuite of sods, but more dillicult
to prepare and apply. There is no use
in talking, you cannot save apples from
tne ravages oi the couun mutb which
hang in clusters; the only remedy is to
thin the apples so that the spray can get
to the entire surface of every one of
Speaking of the keeping qualities of
different varieties, Mr. Smith said: "Last.
full Professor Luke of the Agricultural
Experiment station at Cbrvallis sent me
for storage in my apple house at lieulah
Land several varieties of apples to test
,1,..!.. l J....
.uuu nci'juig ijuniiutm. J runi Ulo or
chard of A. lluloiluy I received one box
of Aorthorn Hpy, one Baldwin, one Jon
athan, and from the orchard of Mr,
Uennett of Jackson county, one box
known as the Bennett seedling. Last
week 11. S. t.alligan and myself made
an examination ot these apples with
the following results: Northern Spy .loss
35 per cent; liuldwin, 10 per cent; Joii-
a-i.an, uo per cent; Ubunett Seedling,
BO per cunt. The reniarkble thing&bont
re lesris mat the Jonathan kept equal
ly as well as a box of Hood River New
town rinmiiK, packed last fall at picking
time. 1 he boxes of Northern Spy and
Dennett neeonng seemed to nave been
bruised in transit, and the Urge per
centage of loss is portions due to that.
The Jonathan lost largely of its flavor
an Decame insipm. Hie Northern Spy
and Bennett Seedling retained thuir fla
vor and those that kept were in fine
condition and excellent quality, .
At the adjourned meeting of the ex
ecutive committee of the 23d annual
encainpmuntof the department of Ore.
gon, u. a, k.. a special committee wu.
appointed with power to appoint sub
committees, consisting of W. 1. Poiry,
O. L. Straiiulinn, Mrs. (icorge P. Crow
ell and Mrs. A. M. Cunning, to makes
thorough eunvuss of the lowu to secure
uoant una lodging for the cotnlne
The secretary was Instructed to pur
chase 1500 souvejiir budges with apple
and strawberry on face and aluminum
buck, with inscription to be designed
by Major Kooth, as an advertisement
for Hood Kiver valley and its fruits.
Major Booth was added to tbe commit.
tee on badges,
8. F. Wythe of the finance commit
tee reported a partial canvas of the
city fur funds, with liberal contribu
Considerable talk about a banquet to
the members of the encampment, but
no action was taken.
A sulliihle place for the overflow
meetings (but may be made perma
nent meeting place for all large gal li
erings Is still ti infer advisement and
may crystulTe Into reality.
Another meeting will be held Satui
day, May 7, 11X14, at tbe same time aud
The Water and Sewer Question.
Hood Kiver, May 2, M) Editor
Glacier: The question or an j m proved
water system for supplying the town
with water for lire protection and a
sewer system Is up aguln, ami It cer
tainly seems that the mutter should be
considered in a serious way. This
question has been belorti the publlo for.
several yeurs, but the service continues
the same as when Hood Kiver was I
village of 300 or 400 people. The In
crease in the volume of business trans
acted in the city, the Increase in the
population and wealth of the place, de
mand better service, and there la no
oity lit the world more favorably locat
ed than ours for a good water supply
except a part of the cit v on the heiudita
which Is also to be provided for by the
(M.ni-iii, wnier company unaer me man
agement of Mr. Henderson.
Aside, from the feature of safety to
nil-, nvi-ny, uusiiiess, snu (lie beau
tiful trees In our city, a satisfactory
o, oiv-tu n ,11c jiniieeuon sucil as is pro-
puM-n win reduce nre Insurance rates
irom i to zs per cent and wilt be
paying business proportion.
In order to Insure the health of the
people oi the city a sewer system must
come soon, and this must be preceded
uy a itirgo water system. Coiislderln
that the city cannot legally own am
iniiimiwuwii waier ami sewer svs
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i vui, i iic i-uiiiiiii win (it-nerve iiui appro-
nation, slid carry out the wishes of
practically all or the people of the city,
by inaugurating a complete water and
sewer system under proper regulations,
by ordinance, and do It before tbe op
portunity passes. Don't llo it In Ilia
old slipshod way, but put the company
under bonds to carrv out their enotru,.i
and give I hem a contract that will pay
v... ..,, in.inyer.
Last MoilclaV. V. J. Uir aol,l
W. 11. Moore of Sherman r-nnntu Ihra
11-i.nu-iuT, ion on vsk Btreet near I'ark.
Mr. Moore has business Interests in
Portland and extensive nroiwrtv in..
: i i .v . .
ests in Sherman countv. Hood River
is a good half way place and the nlena.
antest place to live in Oreaon. hi..h in.
duced him to buv these Iota l.u 1...
expects to build home in the near
One Price to All.
BOYS' CLOTHING. .
We have just received direct from the
manufacturer a fine line of Boys' Suits
bought at a bargain. - - ,
Boys' Suits, dark colors, good grade and
well made, worth $2.00, qA
our price only I 0J
Boys' Suits as above, but better lining,
and a little heavier; goods, .
assorted colors,worth 2.50 f j c
will seM them at I kJ O
Boys' Suits, made from
ton Cloth. Best
goods made for the money,
Mrs.lieorite U. Lynn of Omaha, eld
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I). N.
liyerlee.anu her little dauKhter.ueoraiia,
came in on No. S Friday morning from
fro ui Omaha to spend the summer with
her parents. - The train was three liours
latq, on account of a -wreck on the O.
ti. It. near McCammomlda. The wreck
was caused by broken flange on an en
gine truck. The mail car was set as
sqilarely across the track as though done
with derrick, the baggage car was
tnrned'on its side beside the track and
the (font trucks knocked from under
the smoker. The most remarkable
and fortunate thing is that there were
no lives lost, and no one seriously in
jured. The engine men were thrown
m such way as not to get crushed and
escapexl with few bruises ; the same
thing hapiiened with the baggemen;
alter crawiiing out from Undes the pi
of sample trunks and other baggage one
of the baggagemen yelled to tiie other
"Billy, are ye hurted?" "Divil the
wan of me,"he replied, end they pried
the uoor open and dunned out to hel
take care uf the dead and wounded, an
seemed disappointed that there were no
casualties. " 1 he old road is getting to
be cultus altogelher,Billy,"sttid the one
who did the talking, "ir tins had hap
pened few years stn v.i d have had
rough house and a doiten stretchers an
lotot law-henesand urnuu. JNow
come together ami pile dp as easy as
we were on feathei beds and don't even
get drop of the rrather from the 'imer-
gency1 chest to steady our nerves. Lets
go back to the den and have a smoke,
and Billy said: "Let's." Mrs. Lvn
said few of the passengers in the smok
er were slightly scratched and cut with
broken glass but none seriously.
Mrs. L. M. Benedict, -state presiden
ot the Ladies ot the U. A. K., was i
Mood Kiver for several days last week
arranging for the meeting of the state
organization in Hood Kiver, June 15,
Mrs. Benedict thought she might estab
lish circle of the Ladies of the O. A.
it. in Hood River as part Of her mission
this time, but she found the W. It. V
doing good work here and did not wis
to do anything that might be consiered
.i I a nnniat in I . , h. UT tl i ' a t. vi..a n
'i. HlUlliaMV VVJ IVJ ... V., .11 Ulgl.ll
zation that is auxiliary to the (J. A. It
Mrs. Benedict is ft very pleasant lady
and made many friends among the com
ladesof the U rand Army and the wives
and daughters of the old soldiors. Tb
Ij. of U. A. K.-, admits to members!) i
amy the wives ana daughters and sis
ters of soldiers who served in the Unic
army during the eivil war, while the W
K. c. welcomes tt its ranks all loyal
The Glacier man was down at J. R
Nickelseu'a implement house Rat
srday. He was surprised to see such an
array of vehicles and farming imple
ments. Ma. Nickelaen has 100 U
square on the corner of Fourth and Co
lumbiatreets and has it under roof.
The half of this space is occupied by
onow t u psoa s ulacksmittung parlors
wuere your norse I tootsies are mam
cured while wait 'The other half
full up to the neck with a strictlv Al
stock of every kind of, farm implemen
used in this part of the country
and some of the neatest top-bug
gies that trundle our" streets. Johnnie
says he put four of them on duty in one
oay last week, lie's all right and
rbody knows it, that's why it makes
him hustle to keep a full stock on hand
at all times.
E. P. Mathews, on River street, has a
two-story modern cottage almost coin
ploted. It is 27x33, and has an Acme
Hard Wall, redwood moldings and fac
ings, cross panel doors, both hinged and
suuing, ana ins wood work, win receive
hard oil finish throughout. The entire
house, even to kitchen, pantry and bath
room, is finished in the same careful
and artistic msnner by the contractors
Frederick A Arnold. It is sample of
the neatest wood work we have seen in
long while, and is abundant evidence
that these gentlemen are artists in their
Hue. Ihe bouse when completed will
cost aiKiut -',AW.
The first fire of the season occurred
M 1- .. -I . ..... , I o
i.iuinmj- Buouv uoou, iii uie nouse occu
pied by H. Wheeler. The fire caught
from the pipe or flue where it goes
uirougn tne rooi, u was seen by Mar
shal train? mst as it was starting and
the Are department, consisting of Maltie
I'uaes and fcd rewel, promptly respond
ed to bia call feT help. Ed boosted
Maltie up on to the roof and soon had
the bucket brigade in full operation.
That Mr. Wheeler has home1 to live in
is due to the fact that our marshal haa
good voice for mush aud milk and tfhe
prompt r fliciency of our fire department,
or mere was Drisk Dreezn. ami tt
delay would hve been fatal. As it was,
nine uamage was aone.
Mrs. s. Lt. Ledgerwood, who came to
llood Kiver two weeks ago from A (ton,
lowa, has purchased the ot east of P
o. iiavidson's residence and will erect a
neat cottage at once. Her son. who is
an expert photographer, will come soon
to make his home in flood River. Mrs.
LedgerwoStl has a daughter and M,n.in.
law here. The latter, Mr. Sutherland,
is in the mploy of the Mount Hood
Wasco county is niakimr a aulomtirl
showing in the matter of cettinir not nf
debt. Next week Treasurer Hampshire
will issue a call for all the county war
rants registered prior to November 1,
1903. Tbit leaves the county only six
mounts behind in meeting its obligations
Four years ago it was in arrears little
over four years Mountaineer.
Col. O. B. Hartley is treating his
fence to coat of paint I
the famous Mel-
A new argument in favor of prohibi
tion is being developed in New Jersey
through an action brought in the low
er court at Trenton, wherein one Enoch
P. Eppock, a capitalist, is made defend
ant, because his bees robbed the hives
of his neigbors. Mr. Eppock fed his
bees honey mixed witii brandy. The
effect of this food on the bees was that
they at once stopped gathering honey
in the fields and became robbers and
entered the neighboring hives aud took
the honey stored therein, even killing
the bees if they resisted. It will be in
teresting to note the out come of the lit
igation. It is also.' interesting to note
that inebriation has much the same
effect upon the busy bee that it has upon
his larger brother, the genua homo, to
wit: changes him from an industrious,
energetic, thrifty citizen to a lazy,
dishonest vagabond, a parasite, living off
his neighbors by fair means or. foul.
There is a rumor that the Carpenters
of Hood River are about to form a anion
with a 9-hotir-a-day attachment. The
painters and masons have inaugurated
the 9-hour system, while the contractors
say they have to work 24 hours, and we
poor newspaper hustlers have to-to-to
work 25. ,
w. is. cole ot ruida, wash., came
over last week, The many friends of
Billy would be glad to see him locate
here again. ;
Mrs. hgcert of Portland came up on
No. 2, Monday, and went out to her
country home, Eggermont
In thecitvof Hood River, Sunday
April 24, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mayes,
a son. -;
This is Joe's first-born, consequently,
heir to the throne, the only boy in the
Mayes families, all of Ed's boys being
girls. Ihoso mitipting circumstances
will excuse Joe's inordinate vanity so
manifest w.ttujn speaking of his 11-pound
boy. May the lad grow up to be as
good a citizen as his sire.
Mlsa Aimes Watt, nsltl by Mlm Alice
Bull and local tiilunt, will five oonoert 8ul
unlay evening, May 7, at 8:30 o'clix-K, In the
Unitarian cliuroli. Miss Watt posnwira a
tx Kin I Inl Koprtino voice, which has received
the hlglKiMt cultivation. Mlie la a graduate of
the New Kngltmil cnnHervatorv of music and
haaatudled wits Mlewart of Kan Francl..co,
who aald she had the most perfectly cultivat
ed voice lie bad taiiftht on the const. Mis
Walt wan i-hciKua to lng in grnqd opera re
cently in Portland, and by many wan con
reded to be the nh lef Httractlnn. Bhe will be
heard In miulo Una shown to beat advantage
her coloratura voire, which will delight her
hearers. Admission 60 eta; children llo CIS.
Following Is the programme:
Piano solo "Moonlight" (Bendel), by Mlaa
Hole-J. E. Dunbar.
Trio and Hehenn-(Relmiger),' Miss Smith,
.-nil... t.,i. vinucri., Tiuiui, air. naienam, vio
lllicello, Hons "The Muhlsofnnrili" malllwun. Ml..
Piano nolo "I Campanella" (Rubensteln),
Miss Alice Ball. 1
Bongs a, " Vain ki Song" (yon Stuttman);
. lull. ,.v . I.- iv.... (1
... .... ... m-iiinuurr irtjeiui!; c, c-pnna;
(Oeorge Hvncliel). a, "Hoses After Rain" (hua
Helunam); b, "You and I" fi.lza tiehinaml:
c,"i. Dania" (Itosslnl)-MlM Watt.
JMano solo "Uive's AwuVAnlnir" iMruui.
KOWSKl), Miss Bull,
(iuart-etle "Simula Aven" (Thnrnolllann
organ, violin and Vlollncello-Mlas Ball, Misa
Smith, Mr Ullhert, Mr Batebani.
Get your Spray Material of
And you can depend on it being GOOD,
Statu Aciriccltiiral Collegb and Expikimrnt Station. .
Mr. Cliss. N. Clarke. Hood River. Ore.
Dear Sir The saninte of whirn amonln
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Tr .r . ",: lu,u H '"Pxpnoiiaiiygooa. ror all practiral purpooea I would
call Itabsoliitfery pttre. Ttje ciierol.nl analysis shows that the sample conUins
., rv ujoieiuiD bou vn.u per
.vv. ,a ui an cAwpuuuauy une quality. ery truly yours,
I have just received another invoice of fine millinery from an Eastern
market, which I am showing at prices to Biiit all Ladies will find
oie oreparea to create any and all designs tn Ladies,'. Mi
Children's lieadwear. See my special designs in Lace, Ba
folded Chiffon, Torpedo Toques, Flat Iron Turbies, the Trie
many outers wo numerous to mention.
Charles R. Spencer.
THE DALLES TRANSPORTATION CO.
g. leaves rortlsnd Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 7 a. m arriving
HiipiiiK nt Vancouver, Washongal, Cascade Locks. Stevenson. Carson St, Mar
Bprhms, Cniiins, While Salmon. I1o,m. River and L.vle. for both frcighftnd pasaen
landing at The Italics, foot of Cnlon at; at I'ortlsnrt, fwt of Wtwihlngtonst. t
K. W SwMivr. (ifiiprnl Mnnarer, Portland.
dda 2 23, In
Sadda 2 23, by Rockwood 1407,
SuiiVt l, a I it.i tl A 1 St.. a. HI.. ! ,1 lv IIU1.
tHwnd daiu tirny Mailt, by Bripham Yoon?, sou of Wtnthrop Ki
dam Nellie, by Black StratiRt r, by the Ware hon, win f (.ieii Kt
uiike the season at Frank Buttou's Place, Hood River.
ill in n
Tkkms, i5 Season.
We have a good line of Low Cut Shoes
in both heavy and light sole. Style and
price guaranteed to be right. -
Our line of Infants' Shoes cannot be
matched. We have everything you want
in this line, from Moccasins up to the
very best shoes, in Plain, Velvet. Top,'
or Patent Leather, with or without
heels. Prices from
At the Churches.
Hclmont Cliupel, Bnnilny m-liool
preaching at U and 8) league at T, with the
Uplc: "Crowns Trodden tinder Koot."l.eader,
Charlie Miller. Special muslo will be ren
dered at these service. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 7:. All are cordially
lnvllcd to attend these services. -
Lutheran. Services at the Advent church
next Sunday, May H. Sunday School at 2 p.m.
Divine services at H. Calechisiual Instruction
Saturday. H. J. Kolb.
Vnlley Christian. Morning tnpio: "The
Fruitless Tree." Evening topic: "The Holy
Spirit and His worn." Special music at each
service. Preaching at Carmlchael'a hall at
.; p, m. A welcome to all. A. A. Beery, pastor.
Episcopal. Bishop Morris will bold services
at the Episcopal church Sunday.
Methodist. Preaching every Sunday at It
a. in. and S p, in.. Sahbath School at 10 a. m.
Epwnrth League al 7 p. m. Drnyer meeting
Thursday $ p. m. We would he pleased to
have you come to these services. W. U. Evans,
- A Great Itieslng.
One of ihe greateat blessings a modest
man can wiah for Is a good, reliable set
of bowels. If you ate not the happy
possessor of such an outfit you cun
greatly Improve the elllciency of those
you have by the judicious useof Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They are pleasant to take uud agree'
utile in i ffict. For sule by all druggists.
J. A. Henderson of Bingen was in
the Glacier office Saturday. He says
strawberries are looking fine at Bingen
and the growers anticipate a big crop
One thoroughbred Jorsey bull calf !wo
weeKS old. HFNKYAVEKY, Eggermont. pfjtf.
Milk For Sale.
Apply at the residence of
a E. BARTMESS.
Two ahoau weighing about 80 to 40 pounda
each. A.OSTRANDKR, .
Near M. E. church, Belmont. 6-4 2.
1. Twenty acres 7 miles out, nil In ap
ples two years planted. Look at the
price.when unimproved land sells for
m per acre. On ly $:),000
2. Forty acres 5 miles Tint, till in clover;
i-uimervimve eaiiniute'tii tins year s
crop, 100 tons. Price per acre. .,$150
8. Ten acres, 6 miles out, unimproved.
Price for u short time , . .$r,100
4. Twenty acres 2 miles out fenced
and cleared-, or will be sold in 10-itcre
lots. Not a foot of waste lund on it.
Price per acre f200
5. 310 acres in Camus Prairie, Wash.;
ou neies nuyjgoou new nouse; tsu Head
cattle, mostly cows: 10 bead horses:!
wagons; mowers and rakes: 12J doz
chicken. This place enn be rented,
Price , fil.000
For further Information call on or
Real Estate Agent,
Hood River, Oregon.
Wlllch Villi fea,i ll.f. Iina I ...... .
. .." J." "," ""'
rem wtme arseni. Bo j-ou see that
A. L. KMSELY, Cberalst.
New Veilings, new Ribbons.
FASHION ST MI,FX Agent, rio-vd Rtvcr.
ni..,n f -.nt
Register Number 39372
hired by ALTAGO Sire of
Flora G 2.21 Hugo 2.221
Altonette 2 25 WiuelU 2.21
sire ot rive and dams of seven In the
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SEUFERT. The Dalles, Or.
(Timber Land, Act Jnns 8, 1K78.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United State Land Office, The Datlea,
Oregon, May 2, 1U04. Not tea la hereby
given that in compliance with the provisions
of the act of congress of June t, lcftS, entitled
"An act for the tale of timber lands in the
states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to ail
the public land states hv act of August 4, 1802,
of The Dalles, county of Wasco, state of Ore
gon, baa, on July 14, Hi02, Died In this office
his sworn statement, No 812, for the purchase
of theSWNWX, Vi'i SW)4 section 32.town
shlp 1 north, range 11 east, and lot 4 of section
6, township 1 south, range 11 east. W. M., and
will ofTer proof to show that the land sought Is
more valuable for ita timber orltoue than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before the Register and
Receiver of this office at The Dalles, Oregon,
on thesth day of July, 1004.
He namea as witnesses: A K Lake, William
Ketchum, A C Thomas and F F Spauldlng,
all of The Dalles, Or. .
Any and all persona elatmlng adversely the
above-described lands are requested to Die
their claims In this office on or before said
8th day of July, IKS.
m.y7 MICHAEL T.NOLAN, Register.
One Jersey cov and calf and 4 hlg work
horses. a7 O. B. HARTLEY.
Poor office rooms to let, centrally located.
InqmTe of - mat 8. E. BA RTMESS,
Two good second hand cook stoves and one
kitchen treasure, t heitp
ai MRS. H. M. HUXLEY.
At the Olacler office, aoy to learn the
Dry Slab Wood
For sale; 13.50 a cord,-delivered, if taken at
once. DAVENfORT BROS. LBR CO,
Lewis Poultry Yards.
t.gm rrom heavy luylg Black Mlnorcas, tl
rvcl- .VP .1 A njam VH
, Jyl ' . ' RALFH R. LEWIS, Belmont,
Mrs Margaret Reld and Miss Cora Copple
wiuuieo h private scnooi May is, to continue
8 weeks 'All grades, Including kindergarten
wurK rupiis woo iuii in tneircomiug exam
ination can avail Ihema-clvt-sof this onnnrtu
nlly toUkea review and make their grades
fur promotion to tbe next higher class Tui
tion w per month Kor further partlculara I
quire oi Mrs Reld or MlsSjUopple
An embroidered silk muffier, which owner
can nave oy calling al Uiacler office and pay-
lug Ail: l.'l llll. UlJllv'13
1 Spalding hack, 1 single buggy, 1 aet single
harness. All in good condition. Will trade
lorpotaroee. N. M. ABBOTT STORE.
Buff Leghorn Effffs.
nun iegnorn eggs: 75c pel
Hay for Sale.
LOHT LAKE LUMBER CO.
Cow For Sale.
Good milk, cows for sale, hum I re of
- ' FETE It MOHR.
100 Cherry Tree.
Lambert and Blng. Kor sale bv
m6 FRANK STANTON.
Apples of Gold.
Oold wbeu yon sell: gold medal when von
exhibit. We have the land; no better In tbe
vaney; wnnin a mile of tbe Booth orchard,
wnicu took a gold medal at Buffalo; 0 acres
unimproved, (40 per acre. No agent. Write
for team to meet you, or call at farm 7 miles
out. Full particulars and terms on appllca-
"on. ma i KuY SHELLEY
91.50 Books for 50c.
20 popular books, such as 'Crisis," "David
nariyn, etc., at tioc each. Also, 8 large vols.
viiuiuueis cucyciopeuiu o,i sz.au ior set.
m5 H. C. SHAFFER.
: For Sale.
&4 Bain wagon and team harness, all good
aa new, ior sale cneap. 11. M. MOTT.
For sale cheap; 2Ji horse power: nearly new,
H. C. COE.
I wish to inform the ladies of flood River
mm, i am located in tbe Jackson building
next to McUnire'ament market .and prepared
to do their dressmaking and fine sewing. I
have also s few furnished rooms to rent to de-
sirnuie parues, MRS. K. C CLARK.
FIR STOVE WOOD
For sale, fnq'ulte at the livery stablea. m
Sinar Lee Laundry
Is now opened and solicits the patronage
tne public. Buttons sewed on and rips re
paired, uive me a trial and be convinced of
sH.isi.iciury service, f ormerly Yoe Kee laun
dryjust west of Snow 4 Upson's blacksmith
Cow for Sale.
Good fresh cows.
1?.' F. P. No. I
For sale at a bargain; on the road to Mount
ii.hhi; kuou sppie lana; nice, Healthy location
for a house by the roadside. Inquire on the
yi.m-iCTi, ma m. r. nibmimiM
Sl.UO per settlna- of is Phone
B F MOSES
. Girl Wanted.
Wanted a good girl for general housework,
Appiy vorrana n. iiavenport at office of
DAVENPORT LKOS. LUMBER CO.
Milk for Sale
In any quantity, by 1). J. Trelber, on Twl
qqka farm. p ma-6
All contractors desiring to enter bids on
plana for my bottBO can do so by calling at
ui j ujuw ujr huh uetween April ana 2.
. C. H. JENKINS.
Fresh Cow for Sale.
By Con RcDD. ODDOSlta Frsnklnn aohrl
Seed Potatoes For Sale
Between two and three tons of seed nolo
stanuara varieties, ror sale. MRS. WM. KUJ-S.
I hare ftbont H00 Doundsnf nireilriMl nrnno.
na MRS. EDITH OWENS.
Rooms to Rent.
Two furnished rooms to rent. Apply to
. . MK8 c- B- OABBIKL.
z ui.iie, main na, 6M1.
Cows for Sale. 0
young oo ws for sale, 130 and fctt, at
. 26 .
J. A. HENDERSON.
Notice to Water Con-
Annlicatlon mast hm tn.ri iiihanAiM
the Hood River Electric LiirhL Power nrf
niwvu. wwrfl in. irris-iiiina is adiia p.
ii mi. living went oi rounn street will nr
waurinmi z 10 a p. m. ana rrom 7 to to (
use the water from 5 to II . m
... j uiw .ivinir ejkK of votirrn BfrAnt w.1
JOHN LEI. AND HENDERSON,
m ' Man ager.
ma to the Ola
e in A. I). Mm
All KjabsCrlDtionS to the lila-i..r r1.ia unn
1, are payable to A. D. Moe All accounts
due on ailverilsing at same date will be ooi
lected by S. F. Ml) the A Son.
Bids will he received nn tn ..H iH.inji..
Sn.i.rrlav Unv',1 lt.u I . . . . . .
SI, t rapper, for Ihe bulldln of an xtdi.in.
iujzj reel lo School house. Also bids for
painting old and new bull.iings, to be com-
cations can be seen at residence of clerk. Bv
order of the board.
uiftw uy AUKU81 M. ram mnA vwm.ia.
. . . , J. I. MILLER, Clerk.
Dated April 77, 1901. mis
First- I ass tnhta hnarrl m ha nor t-uc .!..
Hanb?rry placa, ou the hill. . W. CROS8.
v Ladies' Suits.
I,hJv. P-" of English Worsted,
hlch I will mftxe nto ladles' .nil.
sonable prices. Also urnnlo nr .,.n,.
goods. Call and see them.
LIST OF LANDS
Money to loan.
Hanria bouse and lot, 2,000.
1. Lota in Waucoma Park addition
Corner lot in front of school Iiouea
2. Eligible residence lots in Spangler't
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. S20 acres of timber land at the falls
of Hood River, belonging to George E.
Forsyth ; 160 acres good fruit land;$4000.
8. 160 acres at White Salmon; fine
timber land; $10 an acre. .
Q Til. nl.l..A t n.annA. -! ..V.
borhood, known as the Renshaw place;
all improved ; new buildings, etc.
160 acres, house and, garden patch,
located 10 miles south . of The
Dalles. Known as the Woodman
place. Trice $900.
The Hunt place mile southwest of
town. House, barn, mostly in strawber
ries and other fruits. Price, $1450.
The new company now offers for salt'
lots formerly berbnging to the Hood
Rior Townsite company, of which com
pany John Leland Henderson is secre
tary and the Hood River Bank treasure.
Tickets to and from Euroo.
Persona desiring to purchase tickets to
or froth any points in Europs or South
Africa may secure the same, from Joha
L. Henderson, who is agent for ths
Beaver line of steamships.
Flrst-clasi Surv.yln Outfit
At the Emporium are kept 2 fii-at-class
transits and solar attachments, and the
prpprietor, a practical surveyor, is pre
pared to do the work of laying out acus
age property in lots and blocks, and do
ing all kinds of surveying and platting.
From and after this date, April 9, 1(3,
the rates will be as follows: flO day ;
Lot corners established for tA lot;
two contiguous for om ottwr, the
Furnished room to feat.
Lot 4, block 9, Hull's aoWiliosi, fins J
story house; $1,400,
For Sale Residfenoe on State street at
head of 'ront; t2,5u), includinf 3 loto.
For Sale. 40 acres near Motwit Homt
post office. Good land $700 csisli
days, only. J. Lelaad Henderson.
Townsite lots $50 advance ech oti and
after May 1, 1JC4. N. C. Evans, trust ;
John Leland Henderson, secretat.
Kor Rent For a term of ten yean,
the two lots on State street, hca of
Bartmess' and the Paris Fair. Kental,
$120 a yeas for the two,
For Sale The 50 acre strawbsw. farm
owned by A. K. Lake, and other on
west side.' Price $14,000. All iffifraw
berries in their prime. A goo! oppor
tunity for several buyers. to'o iii to
gether and each secuio a part-. MusUll
be Bold at once. Terms half or more cash.
For Sale The Henderson ranch, for
merly owned by J. R. Galligan; 60 acres
30 cleared; orchard; strawberries;
clover and timothy; well irrigated ;lam
2-story mansion, small cottage, new
barn ; all fenced. Price $10,(M). A
brook runs through ranch. Easy terms;
telephone ; rural delivery. Fou mile
from Hood River.
Two goat ranchr-s rrtft unimi.!.. ......
of talley on county road. One, il,0U;
the others $1,200; each hag sma.ll boost,
running water-, and is fenced. Tsr
Booms to rent in city.
Unfurnished house to rent.. rv.w. r
city. Good for stoie or office..
Mrs. Clark's IV arrna nn Ih. i.lll .
, ' vi ,1,11 1V1.
sale or rent: honan tin . :.u
land $15; selling price $1,500; renter
must take subject to sale.
My own house opposite-Savage's hard
ware store, occunioil hv Mr. a,..
for rent; suitable for offise or shop
The 10 acres owned by H. 8. Lewis at
lielmont, improved, with buildings,
farm implements, furnit.nra trcfc oiT.
$3,000; the bare place, $2,500; $1,500
tr more cash ; balauce on time, 6 per ct.
4 Tracts of Land
(B acres. 10 or 12 clnarari .nrl ... ...
jB acres 2o tillable; 1 acres cleared; 7S per
topur?haJifr Pa"' balttUcewill be donaed
20 acres, partly cleared, ITO per acre.
15 acres, all cleared; splendid Improvements.
Wliole place set to trees and strawberries.
These Dlaces are l.wui.wi rr.
Kl'sdiMh1' Fn"er 1.he f1 rork legating
Co a dlK-h. I am not a rent estate agent but a
farmer living S miles out and am offering
these properties for non-resident friends, ft
IF'jr ,nterf'd 'S.an-T wy. dl"'t hesitnle
to ahk oues loos. The n.t .......
acllv w hat you want, or your friends who are
coming to Hood River, are looking for. Call
on write to or phone R. E. HARBISON.
ruoueaw. Hood River, Or
Mv residence nn RhwmM . ...
house with bath: lot 100160 feet Price mm.
uuuaing ana lot occupied by R. R.
Bragg A Co. and post office, fcbiioo. Adrtr;
tr fa u v. .f N- "LOWERS,
U. 8. Marshal's offloe, Portland, Or.
, 10 Acres for Sale.
I am offerlne for sale mvinH. ..,! i...
fEZTld?"?? ",n,h of lwn,on the Mount
Hood road. For particulars, rj.ll at m.
LAND FOR SALE.
HI i acres Ai r. in nrnniLM
from town. Earlv
estimated at M crate. Inquire of H
ai FRAN'K Rf.Ann
Rrres or irooci Ar.niA and a
rods from Fine Gruv trhmi hna i'n'
or address v winchrt.i.
Miwl RinJ n.
480 Acres Timber.
15.OM.IHn tn IM ik Jl ...I r.. ..
Davenport's new mill .it i ..L,;VT
rLy." ' "..'racu Price fci,au9cHh..
l-ock box lot, Hood River, Or. mij
A. W. ONTHANK
Notary Public and Real Es
Ixans. Collections and rvi.r.... v.
and Life Insurance In the best companies. V
" JANE CO A TEA
m-r"- SV- r nng.
vojk oi, xiuoa niver.