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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1004.
D. Fisher met
while hauling logs
with n accident
to his mill last
Thursday, toe tongue or bis truck drop
f lng while going down tteep bill,
bus causing him to lose control of the
truck, which ran on to the end of the
bridge, and upset with three good sized
logs, throwing Mr. Fisher out and
bruising him. '
We understand Hint J. X. Mosler
has let the contract (or the erection of
bis residence on the hill, to Mr. Soule,
who will commence its construction as
soon as the material can I placed on
I the ground.
Payn 4 Husbands of our new black
' smith and wagon repairing shop, are
kept very busy these days, so much so
that they have not been able to entirely
complete their shop.
J. M. Elliott made a flying trip to
The Dalles, last Friday.
Mr. Skein was In town last week luy
ing the foundutlon for Mr. Lamb's new
J. M. Denny Is building a residence
on land recently bought of J. II. Sur
face. The Root Bros, are baling bay for
T. J. McClure, who will have about
The peach plum shipping season Is
now on and good returns so far have
been the rule. The crop this year will
average auout one-nair wie usual crop
Rev. Bailey shipped some of last
year's apples to a friend iu Michigan,
last week, lliese applet were procured
from George Ireland, and were per
fectly sound. Good returns are being
bad from sutpments or ibis year's
apples to local markets, so or a trutti
Mosler can boast of buying apples
Rev. Bailey or The Dalles held ser
vices twice on Sunday at the school
house in dlstriot 52, and had more than
full bouse, quite a number having to
listen to the learned gentleman from
Ibe outside or the building. .
Notices are posted for another school
meeting of the legal voters of district
No. 62, for the purpose of authorizing
the board to provide more school room.
H. R. Deluplane, who has quite
force at work enlarging and timbering
tuunei no. a, gave a dancing party on
Hatnrday night, which was atteuded
by a large number of the young people
Our genial agent would like for some
one to Invent something tbat will
wakebltn up In the early morning,
lie has three alarm clocks, all going at
the same time, aud yet manages to
sleep, regardless of the noise.
Mrs. Smith aud son, Ralph, and
miss liOttie uiioeri were passengers on
No. 2, destined for the show at The
to prove bis continuous residence with
and cultivation of said hen, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Eby of Frankton. If there is
any one who can produce a more fruitful
specimen of the genus Bankiva, the
Glacier columns are open for the report.
Where is Barrett?. v
Your correspondent hopes the Gla
cier readers will accept an apology for
a short grist of Items this week. He
bas been eick the greater part of the
week, aud too busy with his cord wood
business tbe rest or the lime.
M. Cameron, a brother of Oscar Cam
eron, is here from Barton, Or., and hat
purchased 15 acres from W. G. Dodsnn
Mr. Dodson came up with him to visit
his family. Mr. Cameron will malto
Hood Hi vcr his home.
Warm weather prevails here at the
The little girl of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Cooper It reported to be very sick.
Gladys, the live year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Auburt. met with
a very serious accident which left her
with a broken leg. Her father put her
on a load of bay, and In some way the
fell oft. She la resting at well as can
be expected under the circumstances.
Most of the boys have gone out har
vesting, and the rest are wishing they
i an gone , as wora is scarce nere at
Last Saturday morning A. Leroux
founds break in 0. K. Roue's ditch,
ana tne water went down tbe hill
through bis clover to bit strawberry
patch and then Into his spuds. Owing
ro me steepness or me ground tbe
water flowed very fast aud did consid
We And tbat we were in error last
week In stating that Will Rodenbelser
had rented his ranch for three vears.
He bas routed for five years and doesn't
now wneiner lie can get a cook In
mat time or not. He is building a
new barn 30x50, at he it cramped for
room as It Is, He will have about five
or six hundred dollars worth of hay
Mrs. A. J. Hay ties spent a few days
vwiiing iiuou 141 ver mil week.
Mrs. Olesou returned this week from
ner trip to tbe East.
Mrs Flttgerald is visiting her sister,
HI I.' (4 'in .
wis, nut auurutun.
Miss Fannie Haynet returned Thurs
day mini ner visit in Portland.
A little girl has arrived at the home
or lur. aud Mrs. Moset Thornton.
C. H. Cromwell made a business trip
LI IF, i '
w oirveiieuu luursuay.
Mrs. Dark made a brief visit at Port
land this week.
A. J. Hay nes and B. H. Cromwell
made a business trip to Stevenson Mon
day. K. C. Goddard expects to return to
LaifTle, the invalid ton of Ed Under
wood, died Sunday and was burled
Monday after a few weeks' sickness
Tbe family have tbe sympathy of all
their friends aud ncighbort.
A tlster of Mr. Lyons came up Thurs
day aud returned Friday.
Frank Larson It quite sick with tbe
The social and concert given by the
band boys on last Friday evening was
In every way a success. The boys will
net about flH as the result of their
supper. The social was held oil Mrs.
M. B. Potter's beautiful lawn, and the
young ladies of Belmont prepared a
number of baskets which sold tor
about $9. Tbe people of lielmont
stand nobly by the baud boys. Come
again, boys, as soon as you can and we
will give you a hearty welcome.
William Sabln of Portland bas beeu
vlBitlng M. P. Isenberg and family.
M. A. Lesley, a business man from
Portland, spent week at the Key
stone fruit ranch.
Miss Lulu Hunt from the Kast Side
and Mist Abby Preclll from East Grand
forkt, Minn., were visitors at the
home or r. G. Church Hunday.
G. D. Woodworth has finished ship
ping his cherries. Mr. Woodworth
had 2,SO0 crates of flue cherries, the
most or mem being snipped to St
air. anu Airs. Melton and baby are
visitors at the Ideal rami this week.
Mrs. B. T. Barrett It on the tick list.
Our Frankton correspondent laid down
on us this week. He says tbe first item
that cme to his ollicial notice this week
was the record niade by a Frankton hen
which laid seven vggg in three davs.
He says this is tucha jump toward lOt'ol
and coming right gn the heels of the
democratic nomination, it gave him
such shock he haau't been able R do
anything since. He names as witnesses
Lula, the 13-yeur-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. L. Matinee, who purchased
part of the Boyed place lact fall, died
Sunday, from dropsy of Hie heart.
Funeral services were held Monday
afternoon at the Pine Grove church,
and were conducted by Rev. Troy
Shelley. Miss Mussee was a bright
and promising young woman. Her
sorrowing parents have the sympathy
or tne entire community. - -
The directors of the Hood River Ap
ple Growers' union, consisting of A. I.
Mason, Chris Dethuiun, G. R. Castner,
B. R. Tucker, and accompanied by
Mr. Shepard, were visiting the Odell
apple growers Tuesday, securing con
tracts ror tbe shipment or. apples
through the union. . 'Chris Dethman
Informs us tbut in two days the union
has secured contracts for 30,000 boxes
Odell put on more cl 1 1 fled airs last
week by adding a Chapter of the Order
of Lions to the list of secret societies of
tbe little community. The order starts
out with a prosperous lint of members,
and is already talking or pulling up a
hall for lodge use. Thus docs Odell
keep apace with the procession of pro
This is pretly wnrm, but warm
weather Is nothinz compared to water
spouts, cyclones, noons, etc., tmu we
read atioiit in other parts or Oregon,
and in the Kast. j : i
Tbe buy crop is nearly all baled, and
the yield was as good or better than
was exnected. Home hav low been
sold at $14 per ton. More clover and
timothy will be sown this fall and next
spring. , ,,
Jack Hansel. J. Q. Cariinhtin and Gil
bert Edgington have gone to the har
vest Melds of Sherman county to work
while. Some others will go soon. .
The families of Jack KuHsel and J. 0.
Carnahan are down with the measles.
Ed Snow and wife of Menominee
were visiting friends In the valley last
Rev. Cummins preached in our
school house last Sunday to a large
audience. There will be preaching
every two weeks hereafter,, at the
Dukes Valley school house. -
John II. Detbinau. late of Binuen.
Wash., purchased one ucre of C. A.
Pearson, joining C. E. Peels' property.
and wlU erect a niocWn hotel to bt
opened the first of the year. Mr. Dcth-
man Is well known as a hotel keener.
and his many traveling friends will be
pleased to nnd turn In business again.
Two parties of pleasure teekers
climbed . Mount Adams this week.
They reached the summit weaker and
wiser, and came back as usual with
Mr. Horn, a Lutheran minister from
Portland, held meetings in the school
house the past week. The attendance
Mrs. Mulhnllund'saon and daughter
irom roruanu are spending their vaca
non wun relatives, rney will remain
8. M. Cole of Fulda, is spending
lew weeks Willi John Dethman. Sum
keeps the bible well supplied with tUb.
The (Suler hotel Is crowded, and over
zuu are in enmp near tbe luke.
Mrs. W. K. Cole of Fulda, Is spend
ing the summer with her son, W. B
The first automobile made ltsannear
anee In Trout Uke Sunday, nnd as It
nan been three days coining out and
had two horses pulling It for the last
ten miles of Its ourney, we presume
traveling in an auto isn't a success on
The weather haj been quite hot dur
ing the past week. Splendid weather
lor having. Most of the farmers have
their first crop of olover harvested.
The Goldundale Sentinel pays:
Rev. and Mrs. Strawbridire are Attend
ing a lew nays visiting among t he people
here. Rev. Strawbridge wilfpreach ids
first sermon for Trout Lake Sundnv.
July 17. His wife being beautiful and
accomplished singer and tniiRiciun, it is
Imped that the interest of people will
be awakened and more will taku active
parts in the church work.
Messrs. Frost and Cameron were in
Trout ljikn the 15th inspecting the
irrigating ditches, which have been
greatly damaged by the season flooding
of the White Salmon river.
Peter Schniid was serlouidv In In red
while arranging a hav fork in the barn
at Joseph Areni't Monday the 11th. He
fell some distance and the fork fell on
him running one point in his loft nido
Just below tlte heart. It was thought
at nrst that lie was fatally injured, hut
at present he is getting along nirulv.
Mrs. Fred Newby and daughter spent
few days last week at Parkortowu.Tht j
returned to Hood River Thursday evening.
Mr. Romero went to Hood River on
business Tuesday evening and took ad
vantage of the opportunity to attend
the K, of P. lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rand were visitor,.
In Parkertown last Friday. . Tliey
brought a few peaches and cuciimhera
along, which found ready sale. Green
vegeuiuies sun rruu are scarce articles
heie, and they do not have to to beg
ging for buyers. ,
Few people of the lower valley real-
toe whul a pretty place Parkertown Is.
We are much higher aud the air is
much purer, and one can look from
the litllu store, over into the rluen-
iug wheat fields In Sherman county.
Die population here is about 150. some
of tbe men having their families with
Davenport's new mill at this ulane
Is quite an Interesting affair. The logs
are Ant hauled into the mill pond by
a small donkey engine, then.at a signal
are drawn up a steep Incline to the
mill by means of a big donkey engine
tud a long cable.
After the lumlter is sawed It la sent
by flume to the lunilier yard and plan
er. One does not often ston to think
what a Tot of work has to lie done to
get lumber ready fir building our hous- j
es; and at what risk of life the logs are
made ready for sawiug.
Miss Nchungfl to be Married.
The following tale of romance, clipped
from the Lawrence, Kant., Gazette of
recent date, will be read with interest
by the Hood River friends of Miss Min
nie Schungul, who is well and favorably
known here: ,
' A pleasant bit of romance in reference
to the life of C. Hoke Simpson, formerly
of this place, now a teacher in the Phil
ippines, was told to the Gazette today
pv Air.'bimpson't motJier, oi wm in aw
- Hoke Simpson has been acquainted
for some years with Miss Minnie Schun-
gel of Beloit who has been a school
teacher tor a number of years. Lately
no aecuied .iie wanted to marry miss
Schungel and accordingly wrote to her
proposing the marriage and asking for
a reply "yes or "no," by cablegram.
After a very short deliberation the
young lady sent a "yet" lor which Mr.
Simpson paid 110 and continuous
smile. , ; i
Miss Schungel will leave the states
the last part of this month, and upon
reaching Manila, will be met by Mr.
Simpson, and they will be married
there. They will then go to their home
in banta Maria, l locos Bur province,
whore he it superintendent of the school
system, c t if ;
Hoke Simpson went to Manila first as
a soldier and upon his return to Law
rence about nve years ago be finished
his course at the University and took
a position as principal of the Williams
burg schools. : tie . alterwardt went to
the Philippines at teacher and was
accompanied by his mother. They re
turned to Lawrence two years ago and
lie again went to his teaching leaving
his mother at her home in Lawrence.
The young lady whom he has chosen.
lias been for the last year, principal of
the schools at Hood River, Oregon, and
will be of great assistance to her hus
band. ., Site bas visited Mrs. Simpson
here, and it known by a number of
His lwrence friends will be glad to
know that Hoke it getting along in his
teaching exceptionally well.
Lions Organise it Odell. ,
J. F. Smith, supreme deputy of the
Independent Order of Lions, instituted
a lodge with a charter list of 29 at Odell
Wednesday evening. After a few brief
remarks by Deputy Smith, he proceeded
to Instruct the members in the secret
The following officers were duly now
inuted and installed lor the ensuing
President, H C Crockett; past presi
dent, Dennis JJodson; vice president,
Hubert Morton; secretary, Ralph Shel
ley; treasurer, Otto Ehrck; chaplain,
Mrs. rlorence Cushmau) sergeant-at
arms, t nnton wood; assistant sergeant,
Mrs. II. C. Crockett; door keeper, Guy
Masiker; sentinel, Will Ehrck; medical
examiner, Dr. Rowley.
' Trustees William Ehrck, 18 months;
II C Crockett, 12 months; A M Ander
son, 6 months.
The lodge starts off with a good en
thusiastic class of members and with a
prospect of a good large memltership
roll. The lodge expects to erect a hall
to meet in, and for other purposes.
Sunday School Picnic at Koburg'n.
On Friday, July 20, 1904, the annual
reunion and picnic of the Congregational
Sunday school will be held at the Ko-
burg ranch, one and a half miles east
of Hood River, where ample room may
be had for ball garnet and other amuse
ments. Teams will leave the ctiurtli yard
Irom 8 to 0 o'clock a. m, A special
team with careful driver will be pro
vided for all members of the primary
All patronB of the school, friends and
members of the church are cordially
requested to join in this day's outing
amid the cool breezes and refreshing
shades of the Columbia. Leave the
farm and your business for one day in
the year and live with your children in
nlay. It each parent provide a well
lillud basket including at least one dish
and spoon (or each child.
Ice cream and lemonade will be served
to till members of the school by those
wearing the purple. None are so small
and none to large but what we will miss
you if you stay away, ' - t-
Those wishing to go by livery con
veyance may do to by paying 15 cents
one way, 80 cents for round trip, provid
ed there are 10 in the party.
A. 0. Ktatkn, Supt.
Get a Ho dak
There are few things you can buy that will pay
such a big dividend in pleasure and health.
A Kodak is a congenial companion ou an out
ing or vacation trip.
With it you can take views, animal pictures, groups
of friends pictures that you will treasure more as
the years iro by.
Prices n up-all EASTMANS.
v 1 Big Hasl to Minidoka. ,
L. C. II ay nes is home from a trip to
Union county and to liailey, Idaho,
where he Investigated lie Minidoka
section, recently thrown open for settle
ment under the reclamation law. ' The
government will here have a large irri
gation system in operation in two years.
The settlers will be expected to pay f 10
an acre for water rights, this being altout
the only cost for the land, and the pay
ments are to be made in ten annual in
stallments, according to a statement
from the land orlice otliciiils at liailey.
The settler who tiles on a piece of land
will be furnished witli a copy of the law
governing his case, and he will have six
months from time of filing to make set
tlement upon the land. Mr. Haynet says
already 3,500 entries have been made for
desert land at the liailey land ottice,
Colonel N. J. Sharp, reiiiater of the
land nllioe at liailey, on learning that
Mr. Haynes was from Hood River, im
mediately inquired concerning the
Hood Liver delegates who attended the
irrigation congress at Ogden last Sep-
ti-iuber, and asked Mr. Haynes to re
member hira to them.
Mr. Haynet says cherries, the finest
he ever raw, are being shipped from
the Grande lion tide valley by the car-
vmiit , v :
At Tnderwood, Wash., Sunday, July
21, l-iifavette, the 19-year-old son of Mr.
and .Mrs. Edward Underwood. The
veiling man had been an invalid all his
life, U-ing unable to speak and scarcely
aide to move about.
In Hood River, Thursday, July 81.
1'tO-l, l.urile, the infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. Ona Davenport. The child had
never U'cn strong since itt birth, about
a) ear ago. Funeral services were con
ducted Saturday by Elder Hangst of
8.i It Lake and Elder Lee of Preston,
Idaho, I Kith otlicials in tbe Mormon
church Interment was made in Idle-
lit II. md River valley, Saturday, July
n, 1001, the infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. C i: Avers.
In Dukes Valley, upper Hood River,
Monday, July 25, Miss Lnla Massee,
ftlied l;t. Dropsy of the heart was the
cause of her death. 1
Books, Stationery, Paper Nap
kins, Pens, Inks, Blank Books,
Legal Blanks, Magazines
Agency Or egonian, Telegram
GEO. F. COE &SON
Dealers In Queensware, Stoneware, Porcelain, China and Glassware,
Lamps and Lamp Supplies, CONFECTIONERY AND NUTS.
Up-to-Date New Line of Glassware Just Received
Royal Steel Ware, Pudding Pans, Dish Pans, llerlin Kettles, Lip
Kettles, Sauce Pans, Coffee Pots, Tea Pots, Pie Plates, Cups, etc.
A complete line of Fishing Tackle, from Bait Hook to Creel. Fruits
in Season; Racine Stocking Feet; AH kinds Sewing Machine Needles.
Geo. F. Coe & Son
Generally appreciate the efforts that are put forth to
please the public, and this is the secret of our growing
Reliable Goods at Reasonable Prices
with courteous treatment to all customers, is our idea of
what is right. '
A very Pretty Line of
just in. Prices
85c, $1.25, $2.50 and $3.50.
Summer Shirt Waists
We have some left at a bar
gain, tall anu see them.
at 10c to $1.00 per yard
Kelso Kords and
and a variety of Thin Sum
mer Dress Qooas,
greatly reduced prices.
The tremendous business
the GORDON hat is doing
comes from men all ever the
country who are quick to
recognize its intrinsic value.
Every GORDON hat
agency is proud of the name.
It means value received for
each one of the three dollars
at that is asked for a GORDON
CLEAN-UP SALE IN
That are Real Values.
FINE LINE OF
Try Chase and Sanborn's Coffees
They are the best.
R. B. BRAGG & CO.
Chamberlains' Cholera Cnre.
This remedy M certain to be needed
In almost every nonie before the sum
mer la over. It can always lie depend
ed opon even In , the most severe and
dangerous case).; It is especially valu
able for summer disorders In children.
It la pleasant to take and never fails to
give prompt relief. Why not buy It
now? It may save life. For sale by
MT. HOOD MILL CO.
all Kinds op
FARMERS' FRIEND FEED STORE
H. W. WAIT. Prop.
Hood Rivkb, Or., July 20, 1004.
To the consumer of Flour and Feed :
I am pleased to quote prices today as
Barley, per sack $ .95
Shorts, per sack, 90 lbs 1.05
liran. per sack. 75
Flour, best patent, per sack 1.20
per barrel 4 50
Cracked Corn, lJ4o per ib.
Whole Corn, l'u per lb.
llojie for chickens, 2'c per Ib.
Oyster shells for chickens, 2,c per Ib
W heat, l'o per lb.
Hay, $15 to $16 per ton.
Feed by tbe ton at reasonable prices.
HAled blilM will b recelvml by the txiard of
(tlrn'lorn ol aelxKil dUlrk't No. S, fir eii'avat
lim k round for the UkmiIoii of arhool bull
Inn; sIko bhU for coflatrurllng I lie fouuila
lion for the build Inn, Id either oeineul or
lone. I'Ihil antl .neWflriilliii,. ar the exca
vating mid foundation work nmy be aeen at
the oitloe of J. K. Hlritiialian. llids arc to be
ojKMted at theoiticeof W. J. linker, ou the
lull day of July, at 10 o'clock a. m. The
board of dlnrUm reeerv the right to
eiert any and all bide.
Hlda will alao be recteved lor tbe eoaalruc
ttou of a four-room arhool boaae, aoeordtnf to
plans and peelttoatlona In Ihehandaof Anh
IhvtJ K. Htranauan. Dido Kir ronatrurllon
ot the building to be 01 etwd Anfiuu 4, 1A at
the hour of 10 o clock a. ni.. M Uie office of w.
J. Baker W J. BAKKK,
Chairman Board of Dlrwton,
C.T:. HEMMAN. Clerk. JyJl a.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior. Ind Office at
TlielHillea, Orea-oa, June V, I WH.-Nolle la
hereby given that the following ni ined set
tler hai Hied notice of hit Intention to make
final proor In aupportof his claim, and that
aald proof will be made before Geo. T.frnlher
11, h. eommiwioner, at nta omoe ut Hood
River, Or., on Annum tA, nut, via:
KKANK B. HPAltLDINO
of Mount Hood. Or.. H. E. No. 7H. for the
N KM Hr.X, hkm SVM, Lot I Hee. 6, and NW
M ww 1-4, eeo, 4, Tp. 1 Houtn,
He mi nice the following- wltneeiiea to
nia coniiiiuoiiH retuaeDce upon ana
uuu 01 miii laiiu, via
J. N, KnlRiit, H. M. Baldwin. William 8.
Grlbbleand A. A. Leroux, all of Mount Hood
jy 14 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
Itange 10 Etuit,
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, Land Office at
bas Hied notion of Ills Intention to make nual
Reugh Lumber, $8.00 par 1,000,
Finished Lumber in proportion.
Lumber Yard and Office:
Mt. Hood P. O.
DR. A. V. ROWLEY,
Olllce over Rowley & Co.'b Pharmacy,
Hood Kiver Heights. Wednesdays.
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Phone 901. -
tuught us how to grind and bake maize
1 (Indian corn,) but improved and mod
ern methods enables us to furnish you
with such ' a desirable wheat flour as
the Wasco, tliuii which there is none
better, at any price, few as good at a
higher figure. '
FOR SALK BY
STRANAHAN & BAG LEY
Hood River, Or.
BUTLER & CO., BANKERS.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
RESIDENTS OF WASCO COUNTY FOR 22 YEARS.
HOOD RIVER PLUMBING COMPANY
WOICKA & HEMMEN, Proprietors.
Sanitary Plumbing and Tinning'
AGENTS FOR THE ROYAL FURNACE
Pumps, Windmills, Pipe, Fittings, Everything in Plumbing and Tinning Line
Ntllea, Orefon, July IS , 1WH. Notice In
iven mat tne following nameil aettler
proof In eupport of III. elalm, and Hint auUI
proof will be meite bemre tleorxe T. I'rather,
il.tt. eouimlralonerat h mortice in Hood Klver
Oregon, on September S, I'.nM, via:
of Hood River. Oregon, H. E. S306, for Hie
" m 01 section , townampg norm,, rouge
II eaal W. M, rue
He nainea the following wltneuea to prove
bl continuous reatdenoe upou and cultiva
tion of aald land, via: Mark K. Thouiaa.
Charlie A. Wei In, Mcholaa Haltcman.all of
Hood Klver,Oregon,and Awoa M. Hoop.of Mo.
Jy-JMel MICHAEL T. NOLAN, RegUter.
ITImber lnd, Act June S, 1X78.1
NOTICE R)R PUBLICATION.
United Htatea Land Oftine, Tbe Dal Ira,
Oregon, July IS, Iwm. Notice la hereby
Ilv-o that In compliance with the provialona
ot . reactor con rw of June 3, Una, entitled
"An act for the aule of timber lauita In the
atatee of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Waahlngton Territory," aa extended to all
the public land nutw by act of Augnat 4, 18U2,
the following named perttoiia have tiled In
this office their woru autemenu. to-wib
WILLIAM 8. HOUCK
of McMinnvllle, county of Yamhill, atate of
Oregon, Mworu utatetneut No. 2410. filled June
36, iH for the pumliaM) of lot 4, &, 8, and of
auction iv, townanipi norm, range wt w.
OKoROK A. PAYANT
ofKalrbault, count ol Rice, atnte of Minne
sota, eworn atatemeut No. f il. filed June 16,
1WM for the purchaaenfthe NKV"'''. lota 1.
and it of section Xi, township t north, range
east, W. M. That Ibey will otter proof to
show that the land sought ia more
valuable for Its timber or atone than for
agricultural purpoaea-andtoeaUtbllah their
claims to Ibe laud before George T. Prattler
U. H. Commissioner at his office at Hood
River, Oregon, on October 6, 1904. They
name aa wttuesaea: William F. Rand, Lewis
K Morse, Charles trainer and John (V breve of
Hood River, Oregon; William t. Houck of
McMlnvllle. Oregon: an4 tieorge A. l'aj autof
Any aud all persons claiming adversely
toe aoove-ueacrioeu la
their claiina in tb la office on or before tbe
aald tli day ofOitooer, IMA.
J)M atlCHAKLl. AOUAN, Register.
Our Great Success
During this Immense Slaughter Sale has been gained by keeping faith with the people.
Not only have they bought Clothing for less money than ever before, but every
thing is strictly as-represented. The same courteous treatment to the man who is only
looking around, as to the one who is anxious to buy, and of absolutely one price to
all, have made us friends of all the people.
. "We now announce the last week of the
of the Scotch Plaid Tailors of Portland
on Second Street, one block below the Postofflce.
You can still find as good bargains as ever in
Men's Suits, both in sacks aud frocks $3 00 to 7.50
Men's Coats and Vests $1.50
Men's Odd Coats.........." 50c
Boys' Suits up to 20 years of age $1.50 to 6.00
Children's Suits ; 75C to 1.50
All Wool Pants 75C to $2.50
Overcoats for Men, Doys and Children, Coats for Girls aud R lin.'oafs for Men, at
pin- iii, uj
Extra For Friday and Saturday Special Just 16 pairs t f Ridinsr Pants.
d .r. advised to me double seat, made to order for $3.00, $4.00 and $.".()() a pair, your t Ik ice for 25c.
M. HAMMERSLOUGH, Private Receiver.