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THUIiSDAY, JUNK 91D04.
Wasco county in indeed lioplessly re
7 ""No, Hro. Dimtliit, not lioplessly but
Monday's election was a glorious vic
tory. In Wasco comity every candidate
: on the ticket was elected, something
, tlmt Iihh not happened in yearn, i( it
ever did. The handsome vote given J.
A. Collier for circuit judge, in a compli
ment to tlio young attorney from Wheel
er county. The republican elected
their men because they had put up the
best citizens of Die county to Hcrvethem
an public servants. While a disconcert
ed element reduced the vote for Mr.
Whealdon, hiH election is a victory for
clean politics in Wasco county. Hood
River rejoices with the rent of Wasco
county in the grand victory for the par
ty and the people are gratified to know
. they have nobly maintained their repu
tation that this is the banner republi
can neclion in Wasco county.
His; Republican Victory.
Hood Hiver rolled up her iihubI big
republican majority in Monday's elec
tion. It was a quiet election, the vote
fulling short of the regist ration, although
a hundred or more votes were sworn in,
the voter having failed to register.
The chief interest in Hood Kiver ceil
' tered on the election of state senator
and county judge The result was most
decisive. In the four Hood River pre
cincts, Kant, West, Bouth and Jtaldwiu,
gave iilakeley a total of 190 votes, while
Lake secured 6(17. Hewlett's vote in
the four precincts was 20ft, while
Whealdon's footed up to 4H), u 1 ail of
Local option received 398 votes for
and 21M) against, a majority of MX) votes.
The direct primary law carried by
t01 votes there being but 01 votes cast
agitinHt the measure.
The two town precincts gave Fred
Deitz, the democratic-prohibition can
didate for justice of the peace, I'M votes
and John It. Nickelsen, the republican
nominee, 297 votes.
In the same precincts, E. H. Olinger
received !!7fi Votes as the republican
nominee for constable. Will Kami, the
democratic nominee received 101) votes.
The vote in the Hood Kiver precincts
lirlKht, pro 41 43 14
Mlkkelwn, son ill II 7 4
Moore, rep 'iin 1.H lis m
n my, (Inn 4 ill 21 HI
Cook, mx! H II Si;
HlminotiH, duni AS 4H S'.i 2K
Hlime, pro 4H il hi 4
Williamson, rep 187 I'm HI 4,
. III'iiiIkIihw, ilmn 144 1:0 "' All
Collier, ri' M IK) HU HI
it uti, (iiiri tu ' n ra m
Kltnn.ano H 11 fi
Itlclmrils. pro : :m 8
Whealdon, rep IH7 1111 SI SB
Iturgesn, rep I'.sl IIM 7N AS
Jh.viic rep 2.1.1 17(1 114 411
1 H I ver, dein 4'2 xt 24 gf
linnlnp, ilcin 1U IK) M XI
llnrxoe, snc H 1:1 4 0
lifitilelll, sod ft 111 4ft
Htephensnii, pro 411 Ikl 111 i
Rlakuley, (loin (U At - : 2
tlrnv, m hi H II 4 4
i.uko, n-p 2M) m m ta
Conmy Clerk .
llollun, rep 1119 l:l 107 59
Brown, n 8 17 fi ft
Oili'll, pro 42 SHI A 4
Wlngata, (loin . hi ft7 2ft 111
Ncllaley, son 7 II A ft
Hcxton, rep , 228 1..7 1 1 :l 0,1
Wood, df III 4H 41 21 II
WimhI, pro : l IU
Mnl lev, rep 2KI 114 IS
Kerry, pro Wi 10 ft
IioukIhs, dm 42 21 14
KtiiiiiioNNeii, snc 7 tt fi
District Attorney 4
Mmmlee, rep lint 154 US 71
Hinytlie, dent f7 Ikl IU 10
Klddell, pro 41 HU A
. Hoop, son tt II A A
Mogsdlll, ri p IHJ KM HO 411
Woodcock, ilom 75 S7 to ilU
Arnold, son S IH 8 S
Donncll, rep 1KH 12.1 77 4:1
l.lelie, delll M 11:1 4.1 37
t j ill mi . pro 41 :UI VI 8
He hhiI Muecrliitendenl
llnvln, dein 14(1 47 Kft 21
Neir, rep -m ll W 49
lliirrtmnii, dein 7:1 it' 41 K
HIiMiKllten, rep 211 I4ii 1 40
'l u.vlnr, miu l,i 0 .1
HiiKkiilil.WKt A 17 7 t)
(liinliiii, rep 2IH 1411 ifl 41
Mohr, dein 72 .V.I 4rt 27
Hornet, rep 228 1SH 10H ft7
(iillowny. pro 47 42 21
IMIiuer.ww 14 'HO II
Yes tr.7 111 100 2X
Nn 120 m :ll :u
Yen ,v.'l HKl US V
No 22 III A l.'l
Hulk or Crop Not Yet (Joint.
"The weather has been cool, causing
the berries to ripen ylowly, and It in
not likely that the bulk of the berry
crop will have been moved until next
Monday, and perhaps not then," says
K. H. Hhepard, of the Hood Kiver Fruit
t rowers' union. "The lierries, I be
lieve, never were better in quality, and
prices are verv fair. We kept the price
at l a crate live days longer this year
(ban hist, nutwilliHlanding the fact that
we had a largo crop to compete with in
"The tlrst strawberry train out of
Hood Kiver left here Monday night
with live full cars. Two other cars went
out with the passenger trains, and
ubotlt .HiKI by express. That special
train means a great deal for Hooil Kiv
er. The O. H. & N. and Union Pacific
had practically refiPed to run the C. X.
1, refrigemtor cars on passenger time,
and witlimit this special train Hood
Kiver would be forced out of the Omaha
and southern markets at the very time
unit tlio .Montana cities are receiving
all the berries thev can liaiulUi.
When asked w hat Hood Kiver berries
are hringiiiK in the Dakota markets,
Mr. Miepard took the opportunity to
explain a matter which seems to puzzle
a meat niaiiV people. "People often
put a card in a crate of berries asking
the purchaser to let linn know at w hat
price the berries were bought. Thev
receive an answer and then wonder
why their returns for tlmt crate do not
come up to the price the I'asterner said
be paid for the berries. A crate of ber-
ries that sells for f.'.'H) f. o. b. at II. Kid
Kiver requires $1 for freight and refrig
eration charges to lay it down at Fargo.
There some commission man sells it to
another commission n an in Crook.ton,
and so cents are added as Ins comnus-
- siiui. This man in turn sells to a re
tailor and of course wants 25 cents for
his trouble. Here is Jl 50 the grower
has some ditliculty in locating, w hen he
receives Ins returns and compares them
with the date he placed the card in the
crate, and the union charge of 10 cents
il yet to lie added."
Mr. Shcpard said there were conflict
ing reports as to the crop in Missouri.
It is a large crop, but ft w a ciipposed
to be out of tlio way by Ibis time. The
report now conies that M -s- uri berries
will be (in the market u .til a tout the
iL'tli or Kith of June.
"Hood Kiver should market 100 cars
of lierries within the next 12 days,"
said H. F. Davidson of the Davidson
Fruit Co. "The prices are not just
what we should like to have them just
at present, but things will be in better
shape in u few days. The Missouri ber
ries should be out of the way and the
Colorado lierries will not lie ripe for
over a week yet. This will give Hood
Kiver a chance to market the bulk of
the crop in the meantime."
"The berries are very fine in quality
this vear." says Mrs. Davidson, w ho
assists her husband with the duties of
marketing Hood Kiver's big berry crop.
"Whilo we give the growers implicit
instructions as to a proper pack, yt
now and then cuu uerries are louim in
the Ixittom of a box. We make a rigid
examination of all berries sent out by
the company, and we have men to give
instruct ions vuoui pm-niug. a uu ib
taken from a crate and spread out on a
cloth. If the man's puck is imperfect
the berries must go as second grade.
Tlio other day we received word
that a fruit dealer bad lost a dollar on
two crates he had received from us.
This had to be deducted from the grow
er s returns, and in the future it will
Itedilllcult to sell lierries Iroin that
grower in 'he same market again. The
dealers know good berries, and they are
not slow to remember what growor puts
una strictly first-class pack. Hecond
grade berries are not shipped with the
first grades, the grower who puts up
a first grade pack iin this manner pro
tected, lliose who put up small ami
inferior lierries sometimes object to this
grading, nut tne rule isstriciiy eniorcea
whenever possiuie. 1
Tell the growers to get their Kernel
in early", said K. H Khepard manager
if the Hood Kiver rriiit Growers' union,
when asked for strawberry news by a
Glacier reporter. "Under the present
arrangement, all cars must be loaded by
10 p.m., and we cannot under any cir
cumstances begin to load tt car after
half pant eight. The train service Is
that the growers must bring their ber
ries in early. Thoscwho run two wagons,
should get their first berries in about
one o'clock and the rest of them at six
o'clock, or as near thereafter as possible.
Tell the growers not to wait for the
last two or three crates if it is going to
make him late in getting to town. He
had bitter come wiih out his supper or
get bis supper in town than be lute get
ting in Willi Ids Hemes, n would oe
cheaper to spend 25 cents for his sup
per rather than have to let his load of
berries remain here in the warehouse
all night and sell for less in price the
"Here are some instructions we are
sending to the growers," and Mr. Bhep-
ard handed the Glacier reporter the
The Hood Kiver Fruit Growers' union
is sending its patrons the following
Gel in F.arly. The curlier yon get
your berries to the dejsit the more cer
iii in they are to go out that day. All
berries received after 7 p. m. may have
bo held over until the next day.
'' is means that your returns will be
next day prices. This is not our fault,
but on account of the trains being two
hours earlier than last year. Our crop
lias increased, but our sidetrack cannot
lie enlarged and is limited. H is better
to carry over a few crates in your pack
ing house over night, where it ia cool,
and bring them in next morning, than
to have your whole pack lav over at the
depot one day.
lierries are lieing Inspected and "ra
iled. Do not put in green or overripe.
They are charged back and you are out
the Ireiglit and Ioer II you do.
Grading. Kvorybodv'a berries will
lie graded honestly and fairly, without
favor. Second grade berries will be
graded as such.
We will give all information porsihlo
hs to prices, but cannot guarantee,
because berries sold f. o. b. have to be
guaranteed as to condition. You know
vhat hot w eather and rain did last year.
I'ost our notice, "Suggestions for
Handling Strawberries," in your pack
ing house, and see that pickers and
packers follow instructions. Get a copy
at the otlice.
There are large crops in all sections,
and only llrst-class packs and good
berries will be ablo to meet this com
petition, Conditions are favorable, but we must
bo careful to put up only good berries
and a good pack.
Information wil lngly given.
Itring your load in early. If you can
not get it all in early, send in part as
soon as you can. We are there to assist
yuii. llenelit your own pocket by send
ing in a good pack of berries, and send
them in early.
Few Berries In Portland.
Special to the Glacier.
Portland, June H.-Page & Bon, whole
sale ftuit and produce dealers, reairt:
"During the past week there has been
a scarcity of berries In the market. No
shipments have arrived from California.
On .Friday Hood U ver berries sold in
Portland at i.'l.(X), on Saturday at f 2 50
with a good many carried over until
M indav morning. The Dalles and Hood
Kiver berries Bre offering today at 2.(H)
a crate. Mt. Talsir berries are selling
this morning at R to tic with heavy
receipts and a light demand. Large
quaiuties of strawberries are offering at
points south of Portland as well as Ash
land." Ileiiles Seal tie Market Story.
C. L. lxngwell, representing the Cali
fornia Commission Co. of (Seattle ia in
Hood Kiver. Mr. lAUigwell says bis
bouse is one of the eommision firms who
have boon dealing in White Salmon and
Underwood straw berries, and be denies
that the independent, shippers or Seattle
merchants had anything to do with de
stroying the Seattle market. He says
the slump is only temporary and liis
house expects to see prices rise again.
Struck by Hying Log.
W. M. Uizarcbak, an euiployo of the
.Mount, nood Lumber company, was
struck by a saw log as it shot down the
chute, and instantly killed last Satur
day. Hie accident happened alauit 12
miles up Hood Kiver almve the forks of
the river. The man when struck, was
knocked a distance of 2r feet into the
air. He landed in the river and floated
in the water for a mile before being
Thero was with hint at the time
of the accident a man supposed to he a
son of the one killed, but lie could not
understand a word of Kuglish, ami Sir.
Karly of the Mount HiksI LhihIhtCo ,
could get no iiiformatiigi from him. A
wife was supposed t) reside at Alle
ghany City, Pa., bu? a mestage tent bv
Mr. Karlv fuiled to reach her. The
man was buried, Monday, in Idlewilde,
Wednesday morning, Mr. Farly re
ceived a letter from a Portland employ
ment agency, saying that the man killed
last Saturday was known as Kieolai
Seukow, and that he has a brother at
Ikitler, Pa., named Warxyl Senkow.
Hie dead logger w as commonly called
Mike. Mr. Karly has since written to
the new address furnished him.
One Price to All.
We are now in our new building and can wait on our trade to better advantage.
We now have a well-lighted room. You can see what you are buying.
C ATHINin Men'8 and clotmnS beught direct from the
LLU I 11 YV vJ""manufacturer for cash. We have not got the larg
est line in town, but what we lack in quantity we will make up in price and qual
ity. We are giving you better values in Clothing than you can get elsewhere.
Ladies' Silk-finished Hose, with a 5-inch ribbed top, 2 pair 25c
Ladies' Plain Black Hose, good quality, double heel and toe, per pair IOC
Tin Dish Pans , 15c
r, n I . 4C
spoons, o iur
1 1! 'Onl. TKUl.rvn' .t
IX lOUr-lUCU OUlt XtlUWJll, jsci jaiu
Fruit Jars, Caps and Rubbers. Jelly Glasses. ,
We Sell Shoes
LEADEKS OF LOW PRICES.
Hood River Must Clean Up.
Hood River will show her best bib
and tucker to the Grand Army encamp
ment visitors. The city council has
issued an edict that the atreeta and
sidewalk must be cleaned up. The
marshal has been Instructed to enforce
this order, and no excuse that property
owners are too busy, will be accepted by
those in authority.
Monday night was regular council
meeting, and one of the chief topics
under discussion, was the present dis
graceful condition of the streets and
sidewalks ol Hood Kiver. ine marsnai
was scored for not exercising Ins author
ity in removing goods and empty boxes
from the sidewalks, and he promised
that with the council members to back
him up he would see that their Instruc
tions are carried ont to the letter.
"If we don't get Marted now, we
will never get cleaned up," remarked
Councilman Karly, who ia anxious that
the streeta of the city present a decent
appearance when the thousands of vis
itors come to Hood River this and next
month. May r Blowers was also anx
ious that the st.ects be cleaned up for
the encampment, as were the other
members of the council. They are
letermiued that the ruLbish shall be
removed from the streets, and if the
property owners or tenants do not do it
they will be made to do It, or to pay for
the city having it done.
The custom of permitting merchants
to leave empty boxes and trash on the
sidewalks will no longer be allowed
There will bo crowds of people in the
city next week, and with the narrow
sidewalks there is none too much room
as it is now. Goods boxes must also
come off the walk. Warehouse room
on the walks will no longer be permit
Tlio barns and stables along First
street came in for a goodly chunk of
int mmition. lliey liave Deen ordered
to keep their old wagons and lumber
piles out of the st reet and to build fences
in front ol unaiuhtlv manure piles
The parade will pass up this street and
tlm things must be straightened up.
Joiiucilman Prather declared it was a
lisurace to the town the way tome of
i he citizens permitted the filth to accum
u late on the street in front of their
P. F. Fonts was granted a saloon
license for the period of one year. His
bond for $1,000, and receipt for $(M)0
license were duly acknowledged. Ac
companying Mr. Font's request for a
license was a petition of 204 names.
Before taking a vote on granting the
license, Councilman Mayes arose to say
that while the charter did not make it
optional for a nieiolier of the council to
vote against a liquor Iiconse when it
was accompanied by a petition of a
majority of the voters of the city, yet
inasmuch as lie was elected by votes
opposed to saloons, he could not well
vote for it and would not participate in
A petitiou from Frank Chandler and
others for a sidewalk to run full length
of C street was granted and the walk
A like iictilinn from residents on the
north side of State street w as heard and
a walk ordered constructed from the
K. of I', hall to the Urosius corner on
The li nance and fire and water com
mittees had no reports to offer.
The street committee, through Chair
man Mayes stated that the railroad
company had offered the city two cars
of granite chips, provided the same was
placed on First street leading from the
depot. Karly thought the property
owners would lie willing to stand for
the expense of hauling the granite, and
the matter was left with the street
The siieeial sewer committee reported
no progress. The railroad objected to
the city putting it through riret street
The company, so several of the council
men reported, are willing to give the
town a right of way for the sewer to
cross the track, but they are decidedly
opposed to a street crossing at First
street, as it will interfere with proposed
pians ior improvements to me depot.
Hopkins of Sau Francisco, who owns the
land through which -the sewer would
have to run to reach the Columbia, has
nam no attention to me eity s request
for a right of way. Nor have the Win-
mis, according to Mr. Prather, although
lie says tney nave promised to.
The rsilnad company, so it seems,
is willing to ivrmit Second street to he
oened. It was the npiniou of the
council that this would bo all right for
the sewer. As oilier property owners
nave pain no attention to the reouest
for rights of . way the only thing to do
is to proceed with I he condemnation
proceedings already taken up.
The council thought there should lie
a report of all arrests made by the city
marshal. A motion prevailed that the
marshal takcthe name of each person
placed under arrest, and that the re
corder should pass on the case before
the prisoner is turned loose.
The following claims against the city
were allowed and warrants ordered
drawn for their pavment:
Miss Van Allen, bi. pria
It. Flinn, cleaning closet
Marshal's salary ,
I'raiiff A t o., hauling gravel
Mt. Hood Mir. Co., lumber
W. Haynes 4 Co., h'dw
W. K. (iraham, hauling gray...,
Light Co., bridge lights
Sloeom, blank books 2 30
W. M. Stewart, hardware 14.41
Alton Cunning, Hi. com 91.00
A labor lien was ordered filed against
the property of Waller Hull to pay for
the bill of B. Flinn for cleaning closet,
which Mr. Hull refused to pay.
- The bill of the Electric Light Co., was
reduced from $5..
Villa were rejected from Fashion
Stable for hauling gravel, the same hav
ing been placed on their own premises,
and from F. O. Brace for hauling lum
ber, the mill company's bill showing he
bacl been paid.
liefore adjourning, tne marshal was
authorized to make necessary repairs
to the jail and city hall, and to secure
two dozen hat racks.
Married Fifty Yearn.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Pcaler celebrated
their golden wedding last Wednesday,
June 1. A large number of their old
friends and neighbors gathered at the
Pealer residence by invitation and en
joyed one of Mrs. Pealer'i famous
There were many congratulations and
well wishes for a long life yet to come.
Mr. and Mrs. Pealer are among the
pioneer settlers of Hood Hiver valley.
Among the many presents bestowed by
friends were a siUer tea set, fine Turk
ish rug, California gold moon stone
stick pin, half a down napkins, two
milk mugs, picaie uian ana to in gum.
Mr. and Mrs. Pealer were Isith born
in Knox county, Ohio, Mr. Pealer on
March 18.1H33, and Mrs. Pealer on
March 3, 1836. Mrs. Pealer's maiden
name was Louise J. Nichols. They
were married at Mt. Vernon, Knox
county, Ohio, June 1, 1854. In 1878,
Mr. and Mrs. Pealer came to Hood
River from Iowa, and have resided here
continuously ever since. lhey reside
now on one of the best farms in Hood
River, four miles south of town.
Mr. Pealer is a veteran of the civil
war. having served as a member of
Co. U, 29th Iowa volunteers. He Berved
in the Arkansas campaigns, where he
contracted fevers that wrecked his sys
tem and made him an invalid ever
since. For 23 months he lay in the
hospital at Helena. On being dis
charged he was carried on a stretcher to
Those present at the celebration of
the golden wedding were : Messrs. and
Mesdames Watt, J. 11. Shoemaker, J. J.
Lucky, John Wilson, William Davidson,
B. F. Shoemaker, Fred Howe, King,
H. W. Pealer; Mesdames H. Crapper,
J. K. Rand, John Paker, William Stew
ard, (Jeorge Crowell, C. H. Stranahan,
C. K. (iifford, L. Henry; Messrs. T.
Wickens, M. W. Pealer, Boyington;
Misses Mary and Onia Scrogiu, Verna
Shoemaker, Nellie C. Brown and Master
Mrs. Dougherty Will Recover.
Hood River was stirred bv a mvstefv'
ing sensation, Tuesday afternoon, and
it apiears now 'that the young man who
helied to luruisn it has been the victim
of very hard luck. ithout friends or
acquaintances and with hardly a dollar
to IiIb name, Charles . Dougherty,
an advertising man of the Portland
Kvening Telegram, lav in a cell in the
city jail, while his wife was reported dy
ing in the lioanling house at the cor
ner of Third and River ttreets.
The young man a wife, the woman
who has been employed in a shooting
f;allery down the street, was taken vio
ently ill about noon, Tuesday, and the
attending physician could make no ex
planation of her condition. Electric
batteries were lie ing applied to keep the
woman's heart-beats going.
The situation was most myBtefying,
wiih a sensational climax when the
young man was arrested as he started
tor Portland on t.e afternoon train
Late at night Officer Olinger took the
young man to the Ride of his sick and
unconscious wife, and Wednesday
morning the young woman was reported
to be lietter, with a fair chance for her
A Ulacier reiiorter in company with
Mr. Averell of the Portland Journal,
talked with Mr. Haughertv while in his
Mil Tuesday night, and after listening-
ing to his straightforward story, Ins
statements being borne out by evidence
gathered elsewhere, were convinced
that no serious charges could be pre
ferred against the young man. and that
he was the victim of circumstances of
most peculiar nature. Mr. Douitherty
was asked if there w as any one to whom
he wished to communicate the facts
and he prepared a telegram which was
sent to his wife's mother, Mrs. Rhoda
Miller, at Kent, Wash., telling her
that her daughter was dying.
According to the young man's story,
he was married at Vancouver, Wash.,
May 2, l!HU. Their life had been hap
py until a few months ago money be
came scarce with them and she deter
mined to earn some for herself. She
came to Hood River and secured a posi
tion in a shooting gallery, much against
the wishes of her husband. She went
by the name of Mips Jean Doherty
w hile here, and when her husband came
np from Portland a week ago Sunday,
she persisted against his wishes in in
troducing him as a friend of hers named
Lioherty worried over his wife, and
bearing reports oi her associations
with a I cal bartender, Al Scott, he
came np Monday ninht. He was with
his wife until 12 o'clock that night, try-
iii; iu prrsuaue ner to return who mm
to Portland. 8lie refused and a quarrel
followed in which it is taid he threat
ened the woman. This is one of the
reasons the officers sought to restrain
the man Iroin leaving town Tuesday
Dohertv explained that Mr.Southern
the landlord had innuired of him who
would pay the girl's board bill, and that
as she was dying lie snouia go iu rori
land and see after the funeral arrange
ments. Not being permitted to see his
wife, and being practically without
money, and not knowing a single soul
in town to whom he could appeal fur
brotherly assistance, he concluded there
was nothing else he could do but to go
to Portland where he could find friends
ai d aid
Wednesday morning, Mr. Doherty
received word from bis wife's mother
saying she was on her way here. He
also received word from ins paper, me
The W. C. f . U. has been appealed
to to assist the young woman in secur
ing proper medical attendance.
White Salmon Players Win.
The All Hood Rivers met defeat in
their game with the White Salmon nine
at Bingen, Sunday. While the Hood
River lads put up a good article of ball
the White Salmonites had just enough
the better of the eame to run up a win-
ning score. Pi cher Songer for the All
All Hood Rivers is said to have don.
some fine work, striking ont 14 men
during the game.
The lineup was as follows:
HOOD B1VER. WHITE SALMON.
Somrer D Crowe
Boardnittn c Gardner
Wright lb Egan
The score at the
finish of the game
stood 0 to 10 in
favor of the White
Salmon boys. Among the good plays
was a stolen home run by Morgan,
Time of same. 2 hours and 40 minute-
When the All Hood River baseball
nine organized lat week, L. O. Morgan
was put in as manager, but be an
nouuees he will have to resign, he liav
ing too much other business to look
after. W. A. Morgan, it is said, wi
continue as captain of the nine.
Born in Hood River valley, Sunday
June 5, to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pealer,
Guy G. Crow, a former Hood River
ooy, uui now oi w line cuuuuu, nnu
Miss Ethel Irene Johnson cf hite hal
mon were joined in wedlock at the
Congregational church, White Salmon
on Wednesday evening, June 1, 1904, at
8 o clock.
The happy pair marched a the cen-
ter aisle of the church to tl strains of a
beautiful wedding march executed by
Miss Mary Wollard.
Rev. J. L. Hershner spoke the words
which united the contracting parties as
husband and wite.
The church was beautifully decorated,
After the ceremony about 40 invited
guests partook of a delicious luncheon
of ice cream and cake.
OFFICII Or COMITR01.I.KH Of THK CCKRPNCY
Wulilimton. D. C. May X. 1904.
Whereas: Hv HHtlsracUiry evidence present.
ed to the underslimed. It has been made to
luar mat "ine f irst national Hank or
li.Hxl Klvrr." hicitted In the city of Huod
Kiver, Iu Ilia county of Waaco and slat of
oretcon, nas oonipiifa wim an ine provnnonH
of the statute ottha Halted Mute, required
to la complied wttto before an amoclat.on
hall be authorised to ooiium nee the buaiueai
Now, thurefore. 1. Thomas P. Kane. Deputy
and Acting I'oinptroller of the Currency, do
hereby certify that "The Klrsl National Bank
of Hiind Kiver," located In toe city of lluod
Kiver, In the county of Waaco and atale of
Oregon, Is authorised to commence the busi
ness ol banking aa provided in section fifty-one
ntinnreo an aixiy-mneoi tne revtaeaauttute
of the Unlled stales.
in testimony whereof wltneaa my hand and
eai oiomce, tuis weni -sum (lav of May.
HUH. T. !. KANE.
pfeal) Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the
currency. Aug it
1. 6 acres all in berries, 2 miles from
loa n. The lot Idiy for a small place
in Hd River valley.
2. 12 acres 4 miles out ; Id In orch
ard 10 of It In full bearing. First
class improvements, $200 per acre.
3. -20 acres, 24 miles out. No waste
land. Lies In the straw berry belt.
4 40 a ores, S luilea mil, 30 in clover.
5. 160 acres, 10 miles nut, $16 per
6. 30 acres, 5 miles out, unimproved,
first class apple land on the Kast Side.
7. 40 acres, joining town, per acre,
8. 2,000 acres, unimproved at 6 per
9. Several houses and lota Iu town
10. jnU In Riverviear Park and
Idlewilde addition for aale.
W. J. BAKER,
Real Estate Agent;
Hood River, Oregon.
Thfi following 5-vear guar
antee goes with each can of
Patton's Sun-Frooi Kami
We hereby guarantee Patton's Bun
Proof Paints to wear well on buildings
painted with the name lor at least five (6)
years. Hhould our claim lor Sun-Pronr
Paint tall wa agree to furnish new palnl
ltlsoor meaning and Intention to hon
estly guarantee our paint to wear but this
guarantee will not be allowed W be used
a a means r unjust demands, careless
slovenly work, or where the paint la
applied contrary to our written dlrec
tlona. PATTON PAINT COMPANY.
J. K. Patton, W. HavkksACo .
, President. Dealer.
The railroad com nan y requires alt cars to
ka wrfwt hv io n m . two hour earlier than
last year., care for noin trains nave w
kwded at the same time.and the two concerns
eannol toad the enure day a snipmtmt
iMn i .mi io n ciiu'k n m. we tnereiore aa
you aa a personal lavor to aiwiat in preventing
iha mnreaied condition that may occur, with
our aid. By tbla we mean mat we desire u
lave von .start vour last ioau iroiu uiv put'
Ing house so as to reach us by p. iu., or ai
.u.i, .n.r . i. nnaalhle.
It will be better to do this and leave the last
lew crates of your pack stand over In the
kin hnnae where it is eooi nntll we 101-
III. Ill, llliyi 1 1 1 11 , 111K1. .v j
come with load arrvlng here after 7 p. "
i . ........ tl.un . . . I, I. a AVUPVlUUlV
r. .mwimtinnv meir uerries auer I
d. m.. aa thev naua v nave done in tne past, n
will mean this season that perhaps a large
number of the daya pack will layover until
the fnllowino' dav.
Owing to the trains moving so mucn earner
this year, tt may be Impossible for either
concern to aroia noiaing over some uerrra
received after 7 p. m. Your compliance wun
tbla reauest will be a benefit to you and all
others, and be esteemed a special favor by
Fresh Cow Wanted.
I want a rood, fresh cow. Must be good
stale butter record ana price. Aaaiess
ya j rl thomas, Mount nood.
Horses For Sale.
1 have for sale 1 four-year-old well-broken
weight 1,1)00 pounds; 1 saddle
C. F. 6TAUKKEER.
84x flrat-cuu strawbeiry packers wanted at
the Teal place. W H MAKHH ALL.
Twoiurnisnea rooms ior ngnt nonseupep.
ing ror rem, over ueo. i . rraiaer omee. jw
Two rooms with complete outfit for house
keeping. Pleasant location.
n. m. nu Ai.r.1 .
The Hood Kiver Krnlt Growers' Union has
on file several hundred applications from
pickers and packers. These will be turned
over to growers upon request. Call at our of-
nce u snort oi pickers ana packets.
HOOD RIVER FKUir OROWER8' UNION
Wanted a good girl for general housework
in lamny oi tnree. iipuiy to r raua n. uav
en port at office of
UAYEflrUBT Situs. liUIDBHUUI.
For Hale In Hood Riven V miles out: annle
grouna about it worm iuu an acre, write to
G. W. Williams, Hood Kiver, Or. J2.H
Fresh Cow For Sale.
Three or four fresh cows, with cs Ives, for
sale by J!W GEO. RORDEN.
Between Wain's place and town, an Index
ed, red-backed day book, containing my
name, net urn to uiacier omce ror reward.
tip N. D. 8ANKORD, Cascade Locks, Or.
Planing Mill Help.
Three or four men with families wan ted to
work around planing Mill.
U. UAV EKrtlKl tlltOH.
For sale. A first class sewing machine lor
10 at J23 W. C. HAYNK8 CO.
A gold neck chain with small gold heart
cnarm bearing in renei a wisn none, r- inae
please leave same al Post ont e and get re
ward. If. MIHH EVA YATK8.
All klndsof viewing done to order. Your
houses and r amlly ( roups put up In aw or a
manlike manner, t'none v,a
y& U. F.COLLIN3, Hood Rlver.Or,
For sale 10 acres, close In, 6 acres In ber
ries. A bargain, Including this year's crop.
ror particulars see n. At. Aouon.
Wood For Sale.
One hundred sixty cords of wood, four-foot
length, at 11.75 a cord on the ground, 7 miles
rrom uooa Kiver, can or telephone
JIB EUAKK NEEK,
Carpenter And Builder
i am prepared to do alt kinds or work b
contract or by the day, make estimates on a
kinds ol carpentering, plastering, stonework,
brickwork, excavatlona, etc. Specifications
iiirnisnea, Aaurese r. w.raiKNiiw,
lis Hood River, Or.
Two wagons, sealed hack, 1 boggy, 4 bead
of wort aorses and 8 good fresh milk cows.
Jl O. B. HARTLEY.
Angora Goats For Sale
I.wenty-flve Angora Goats, good grade. One
Buck Included In the lot. II. !. CROCKETT,
J1S lailewood farm, Hood River Or,
Bull For Sale.
Thorough bred Jersey bull calf, eligible for
record, from one of the best cows in the conn-
try. Apply to 8. C. ZIEULER.
IIS White Hahuun.Waah.
Dry Slab Wood
For sale; $3.50 a cord, delivered, If taken at
once. OAvtMTiHi ishoh. littK cu.
I have a few pieces of English Worsteds
which I will maae Into ladles' suits at rea
sonable prices. Also samples of summer
gooas. uui and see tneiii.
Organ, beds, chairs, rockers, lounge, stands,
t stoves. Mason Jars, bookcase, table, etc., foi
ale; H. C SHAFFER. J
Good psstura for cattle at the Javne farm
7'4 miles out. Plenty of water. Apply at the
farm or office of A. A. Jayne. j
Wanted for general housework In small
family. Uood wages. Permanent and good
home. References. MIHH TKAL. jar
All parties who subscribed to the carrier
fund for K. F. I. No. 2. and have not 'paid, arc
btreby requested to call al the bank ol Butler
A On., ami pay the same. y.w
Shoats for Sale
Twenty head of .boats for sale.
. B. HARTLEY.
Jersey Cow For Sale
Price 5. 1K. M. F. HUAW, ML Hood. J90
IO In gold and about ft Incallver In a tobac
co pouch. Return WJJOHN KROPP, Hood
River, for reward. n
. Bids Wanted
,Kor Painting two rooma of school bonsr
Dial. No. 4, (Barrett) Inside work, bids to be
Inbylulyl, wot. THOMAS B1KHOP. J.S
I will deliver W-loch wood anywhere In the
city for H.00 a cord. Leave orders at Hartley's
Good milk cow, also aurry, harness and
tarm tools, f. H. Bparks. coraerliur Barrett
LIST OF LANDS
Block 1, Parkhurst addition to Hood
River, all in cultivation; good house,
beautiful residence property! price,
$4,500; 11,500 or more cash ; balance on
or before 3 years at 8 per cent.
Lota 10. 11. 12, block 5, Waucoma ad
dition; improved; price $1,000; or
more cash, balance, 1 year, per cent.
The NE M of SW M and the NWW of
BE V.. section 16.Tp2 north, range 11
eaBt, 80 acres, partly improved, good ap
ple land, plenty of timber, no rock.
rice $800 cash or si.uuu on lime at o
Money to loan.
Hanna house and lot, $2,000.
The new company now offers for sale
lots formerly belonging to the Hood
tuvor xownsite company, oi wuicii com
pany John Leland Henderson is secre
tary Bnd the Hood River Bank treasurer.
Lot 4. block 9, Hull's addition, fine 2-
story house; $1,400.
Lot for sale in Waucoma Park addi
For Sale Residence on State street at
head of Front; $2,500, including 3 lots.
For Rent For a term of ten years,
the lot on State street, back of
Bartmess' and the Paris Fair.
Corner lot in front of school house
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
of Hood River, belonging to George K.
Forsyth ; 160 acres good fruit land;$4000.
8. 160 acres at White Salmon; fine
timber land; $10 an acre.
9. The o-acre place in Crapper neigh
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. Price $900.
The Hunt place mile southwett of
town. House, barn, mostly in strawber
ries and other fruits. Price, $1450.
One goat ranch on mountain east
of valley on county road. Price $1,500;
has small house, running water, and is
fenced. Terms, easy.
For Sale The 50 acre Btrawberry farm
owned by A. E. Lake and others, on
west side, l'rice $14,000. All in straw
berries in their prime. A good oppor
tunity for several buyers to go in to
gether and each secure a part. Must all
be sold at once. 1 erms half or more cash.
Mrs. Clark's 1 acres on the hill for
sale or rent; house $10 a month, with
land $15; selling price $1,500; renter
must take subject to sale.
The 10 acres owned by H. S. Lewis at
Belmont, improved, with buildings,
farm implements, furniture, stock, etc.,
$3,000; the bare place, $2,500; $1,500
or more cash ; balance on time, 6 per ct.
For Sale. 40 acres near Monnt Hood
poet office. Good land $700 cash 30
2. Eligible residence lots in Spangler's
subdivision, near cannon house ; price
$150; terms easy, installment plan.
For Sale The Henderson ranch, for
merly owned by J. R. Galligan ; 60 acres
30 cleared; orchard; strawberries;
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 delivery. Four miles
from Hood River.
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
4 Tracts of Land
A5 acres. 10 or 12 cleared and nearly all set to
SI seres. 25 tillable; 2 acres cleared; S75 per
acre for tillable part, balance will be donated
ill acres, partly cleared, ISO per acre.
15 acres, allcleared;spiendld Improvements.
Whole place set to trees and strawberries.
These places are located liom one to five
mils nut, under the East Kork Irrigating
Cos ditch. I am not a real estate agent but a
farmer living 6 miles out and am offering
these properties for non-resident friends. IT
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
coining to bond (liver, are looking for. Call
on, write to or phone K. E. HAHB1SON,
Phone ai. Hood Kiver, Or
Notice to Water Con
sumers. Application must be msde at the office ol
the Hood River Electric Light. Power and
Water before any IrrlgHling is done. Ps
trons living west of Fourth street will use
water from t to 6 p. m. and from 7 to 10 at
night. Those living etut of Fourth street will
use the water from 5 to II a. m.
JOHN LELAND HENDKRSON.
Fruit Dryer for Sale.
Capacity 10 tons rrult a day. In a fine fruit
country, flood place to start cannery in con
nection, will sell st reasonable price. 119
P. HENNINHMEN, Hosier, or.
480 Acres Timber.
15.000,000 to 1H.0O0.1HI0 feet stumpage, near
Davenport's new mill site. Log flume al
ready built Ojrnugh tract. Price H.0UB cash.
Lock box l.M, Hood Rlver.Or. Jul
10 Acros for Sale.
I am offering for aale my 10 acres, well Im
proved, miles south of town, on the Mount
Hood road. For particulars, callat my place.
Wf F. E. BAILEY.
Two Fresh Cows.
For sale at Riverside F'arm, three miles
rest of town. Jg J. w. MORTON.
Candies and Cream.
Mrs. M. M. Fewel has put In a new Hock of
frexh candles and will also serve the White
t'lovir brand of ice cream, commencing May
Jersey Bull. .
Thoroughbred Jersey bull. Hervlces tl OS
guaranteed. J M. W. PEALER.
A. W. ONTHANK,
Notary Public and Real Es
Loans, Collections and Conveyancing. Fira
and Life Insurance in the best companies,
eHenograpny and Type WrttlnO
Oak 8U, Hood River.