The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, September 22, 1904, Image 2

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    3food Iftver Slacier
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1904.
A meeting of til the committee con
nected with the Hood River frnit fair
ti called to meet at the rooms of the
Commercial club, Saturday afternoon,
September 24. A full attendance it
desired. The Glacier wishes to call at
tention to the fair management that the
people of Huium, who held an apple
fair last fall, are anxloua to compete for
the prizes at the Hood River fair this
year, and a special invitation should be
Mat to the Husum farmers. The people
of White Salmon, Mosier and Mount
Hood also deserve consideration. There
is tome ill feeling on behalf of a few of
the Mount Hood farmers, who claim
they were not given fair treatment two
years ago, and they don't care to bring
down their fruit if the same thing is to
happen this year. These matters must
be looked after carefully by the man
agers of the fair.
FARMERS FLOAT
PITCH BONDS
The Farmers' Irrigating Co. have
floated 122.0(10 bond issue, the First
National bank of Hood River taking the
entire block. The bonds are to draw 7
percent interest, and are payable in
from 3 to 10 years.
The bond sale was completed last
Saturday, when N. C. Evans, secretary
of the Farmers' Irrigating Co., received
a draft for the entire sum. That same
day, Mr. Evans turned over $12,000
F. L. Chambers of Eugene, thus clear
ing up the last dollar of indebtedness
assumed by the farmers when they took
over the property df the Valley Im
provement Co. The bonds paid off to
Mr. Chambers drew 8 percent interest.
When a Glacier reporter called at the
office of Mr. Evans, yesterday afternoon,
he found the secretary of the Farmers'
Irrigating Co. busy preparing his report
to submit to the annual meeting of the
stockholders, which, as advertised in
another column, has been called for
Saturday morning, October 1, at Artisan
hall.
When this report is completed, the
Farmers' Irrigating Co. will know
"where they are at.7' The receipts and
expenditures of the company since its
organization last March, says Mr.
Evans, amount to about $05,000. About
(15,000 of this amount was expended In
repairs to the old flume, which has
enabled the company to bring out 1,400
inches ol water, that is Deing used ny
the farmers of the valley today. The
first cost of the ditch is represented by
$24,000; the recent bond issue covers
$22,000, and the balance is taken up by
operating expenses, the preparation of
abstracts on the farms for the satisfac
tion of the banking house that took up
the bonds, and lor Incidental expenses
ot the company.
THEY GIVE BILLS
CLOSE SCRUTINY
The city council met with a full at
tendance Monday night. Recorder
Nickel ten read the minutes of the last
meeting, and the first committee report
came from Councilman Rand, chairman
of the fire and water committee, who
reported that Manager Vorse of the
Water Co. had conferred with the com
mittee and submitted the following
additional clauses to proposed water
contract with the city :
The company agree! to place two fire
hydrants on the hill at a rental of $3
each, making 20 hydrants in all; a
sliding scale will be used for additional
hydrants; the Smith spring will furnish
a 20 pound pressure and has a fall of
43 feet; the company is willing to make
shorter contract than was at first
asked for, and to cut out the clause
covering additional hydrants, substi
tuting only one; will give free water for
sprinkling, and agree to complete the
system by January l, under bonus.
Councilman Early wanted to know
if the committee had any recommenda
tions to make. Mr. Rand replied that
if the Water Co. had a proposition to
offer be thought they should present
the same to the council.
Councilman Mayes, chairman of the
committee on streets and public prop
erty, presented a communication from
Superintendent J. P. O'Brien of the U.
DAM I n In M'l.lnl. 1 1. a iuilwimt n.,.t.
. pany stated they were satisfied to per
mit the road to the boat landing to pasa
under the railroad bridge.
Chairman Prather of the sewer com
mittee turned over to the council the
deeds to the right of way for the sewer
outlet. Irom h. w. noiiKliu oi rtan
Francisco. Prather also stated that
the assessment list was nearly com
C ted for publication, but he had just
n informed that tome of the resi
dents in the west end of the city desired
a further extension of the sewer mains,
and some more work will have to be
done by the assessment committee. The
council voted to accept the right of way
deeds trom Mr. Hopkins, and to pay
him !H) lor the same.
The following claims against the city
were then read :
Paget A Clark, expenses on sewer
contract $50 00
A. McUin, labor. , 15 00
J. Case, labor 10 00
Savage Sons', hdw. 1901 7 00
W. R. Graham, gravel hauled with
enlarged box 29 85
The finance committee reported fav
orably on the labor bills for work on
the road to the boat landinu.
The bill of Pairet A Clark covered
over year's time and was held for
detailed statement.
The bill of Savage's remained on the
table.
Graham's claim was left on the table
until ex-Street Commissioner Cunning
could be heard from.
A communication was read trom F
C. Brosius, asking for the privilege of
excavating: for basement under the side
walk, and that the ordinance presented
with the communication, and covering
the case in question, be passed immed
iately. On motion of Rand the ordi
nance went through to final passage
with unanimous consent.
Adjourned.
therefor.
2. A sewer beginning at the point of
commencement of said outfall sewer as
above described, and running thence
westerly on a line 20 feet northerly from
and parallel with the northerly line of
Blocks 13 and A to Third sireet at the
intersection of Columbia ett; thence
westerly on Columbia street to the west
line of Park street.
3. A sewer on River street from the
end of the proposed outfall sewer near
First to the went line of Spring street.
4. A sewer on Second street from the
proposed sewer on River street to a
point ten feet north of the center line of
Sherman avenue.
5. A sewer on Fi rst street from the end
of the proposed outfall sewer at the in-
lersecuon oi rinu sireet anu mver
street to State street ; thence on State
street to a point ten feet east of the west
line ol front street.
6. A sewer on Oak street from the
proposed sewer on Second street to the
west line of Spring street; also from
the newer on First street to a point
50 feet west of the intersection of Oak
and Front street, and from the sewer
r.n First street to a point 75 feet east of
Second street.
7.' A sewer on State street from the
proposed sewer on Second street to a
point SO leet east ot the west line oi
Blowers addition to Hood River.
8. A sewer on Hherman avenue from
the proposed sewer on Hecond street to
a point 50 feet east of Irving street.
9. A sewer on Irving street from the
proposed sewer on State street to a
point 10 feet north of the center of
Hbertnan avenue.
10. A sewer on Sherman avenue from
the proposed sewer on Irving street to
a point 100 feet east of the east line of
Park street.
11. A sewer on C street from the pro
posed sewer on Sherman avenue to a
point 10 feet north of the center of Ha
zel avenue.
12. A sewer on Hazel avenue from the
proposed sewer on C street to a point
100 feet east of Park street.
13. A sewer on Park street from the
proposed sewer on Ktate street to the
south line of Hazel avenue.
14. A sewer on Lena street, Rea
street and Eugene street from the pro
posed sewer on Park street, along Lena
sireet to i(ea street, thence along Kea
street to JMigene street, thence on
F.ugene street to a point 50 feet east of
Sinclair street.
15, A sewer on Sinclair street from
the proposed sewer on State street to a
point 10 leet north ot the center ot Vh
la avenue.
It).. A sewer on Maurice avenue from
the proposed sewer on Sinclair street to
a point 50 feet east of the west line of
Blowers addition to Hood River.
17. A sewer on Viola avenue from the
proposed sewer on Hinclalr street to a
point 50 feet east of the went line of
Blowers addition to Hood River.
It is proposed to assess the following
property, which is listed, together with
probable cost, to eacji tract, lot or foso
tion thereof.
Probable
Com
$ 1.11
13.69
21.85
9.25
27.75
9.25
27.75
0.02
27.75
3.00
37.00
37.IX)
17.70
19 24
37.00
37 00
37.00
37.00
87.00
87.00
87.00
37.00
18.50
1H.50
24.79
12 21
24.79
12 21
87.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
87.00
87.00
37.00
37.00
THE HOME OF LOW PRICES
Coats, Capes, Jackets and Suits
We have just opened up and now have for your inspection one of the nob
biest, neatest and best asssortments of Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Coats, Capes, Jackets, and Ladies' Jacket Suits that any one could
wish to see. They are all this year's patterns and direct to us from the factory.
To appreciate the values you must see the articles.
Children's Coats range in price from 60c to $5.85.
We have Ladies' Coats from $2.50 up.
Baby Hoods, Long and Short Coats the prettiest we have ever seen, and
the price is so low that no baby should
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Underwear
- OF ALL KINDS.
jsTWe are Never Undereold.
Probable,
Addition Block It Cost
tween the west line of Spring
street, in Riverview Park addi
tion to the City of Hood River,
and a line one hundred feet west
erly therefrom and parallel
therewith, and between the -south
line of River street and a
line one hundred feet southerly
from and Darallel with the north
line of State street 266.40
A parcel or tract of land lying ne
tween the west line of Block No.
4 in' Waucoma, in the city of
Hood River, and a line one hun-
. dred westerly therefrom and
parallel therewith, and between
the north line of Columbia street
and a line one hundred teet
northerly therefrom and par
allel therewith 74.00
Any objection to the apportionment
of the cost of said sewers must be made
in writina to the Council and filed with
the Recorder within six days from the
final Duplication of this notice. Such
objections, if anv. will be heard and de-
termined by the Council lfore the
passage of an Ordinance assessing the
cost of said sewers.
J. K. NICKELSEN,
Sept. 20, 1904. Recorder,
FOR SALE.
Forty acMst of my farm In Crupper district,
D H
EttH,
in I let from Hood Klver. Oood apple land
lay
1H
10 per acre.
alien
terms. Unimproved, under
A. A. JAYNK.
Notice to Water
Consumers.
Any one caught shutting off witter In mains
to make tans will be prosecuted to I lie full
extent ol the law unless they obtain permis
sion rrom trim omce. mis is nnai.
HOOD RIVER FLKCTR1C LIMliT
123 ft WATKK CO.
81 of
NJof
St of
NJof
Addition Block Lot
Hood River 1 frac'l 2
1 frac'l 3
" 1 frac'l 4
" 1 N 25 ft of 5
" 1 8 75 ft of 5
" 1 N 25 ft of 6
" 1 8 75 ft of 6
" 1 N25ftof 7
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" 3 8 33 ft of 6
" 3 N 07 ft of
" 3 8 33 ft of 0
" 3 7
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" 4 1
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First Addition West
to Hood River
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' A frac'l 2
" A frac'l 3
" A frac'l 4
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" A 7
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Addition Block
Second Add. West
to Hood River
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Probable
Coat
PROPOSED ASSESS
MENT FOR SEWER.
Kntic Is hereby riven that the Conn
oil ol the City of Hood River proposes to
build sewers in the streets hereinafter
named, and to assess the cost of the
same to the property benefitted, as pnv
vided by City Charter and Ordinance
No. 77, with Amendment thereto.
known as Ordinance No. 85.
1. An outfall sewer from the east
end line of River street at the intersec
tion of First street, running thence
northerly on a line 'parallel with
, northerly eitension of its present course
of the west line of First street in Hood
River to the nearest practical point on
the stream of Hood Klver tor an outlet
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14.43
22.57
37.00
87.00
37 00
34.89
87.00
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37 00
37.00
18.50
18.50
87.00
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37.00
87.00
37.00
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37.00
30.34
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37.00
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18.50
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18.60
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87.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
18.50
18.50
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32.56
4.44
87.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
' 5 5 37.00
" 5 8 37.1X1
" 5 frac'l 7 33.48
" 5 fiac'l 8 25.00
1 37.00
" 8 2 87.00
" 3 37.00
" 4 37.00
' 6 87.00
" 6 8 37.00
" 8 7 37.00
" 8 87. 0
" 7. 1 37.00
Waucoma
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1 east 40 ft
1 west 10 ft
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37.00
87.00
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18.50
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37.00
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37.00
87.00
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87.00
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87.00
37.00
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87.00
37.09
8.84
4.33
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4.62
22.20
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
37.00
22.20
22.20
37.00
87.00
87.00
37.00
87.00
37.00
22.20
22.20
37.00
37.00
87.00
37.00
37.00
37X0
7.40
37.00
43.00
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9.62
27.38
37.00
55.50
55.50
55.50
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25.16
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34.04
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1 .04
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33.85
33.85
83.85
33.85
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33.85
33.85
83.85
83.85
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33.85
33.85
83.85
33.85
33.85
33.85
33.85
15.35
15.35
20.35
2.72
87.00
87.00
37.0
37.00
37.00
37.00
29.60
7; 40
44.40
37.00
37 .(X)
37.00
87.00
18.50
18.50
87.00
37.00
18.50
18.50
87.00
37.00'
87.00
37.00
44.40
7.40
29.60
37.00
37.00
Addition Block Lot
Waucoma 1 25
1 20
11 1 27
1 28
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2 2
11 2 3
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South Waucoma
" Sec. A E 60 ft 1
" A W 40 ft 1
" A E 40 ft 2
" A W 60 ft 2
" A E 0tH ft 3
" . AW 33 ft 3
A E33Hft 4
A W 60 ft 4
" A 5
" A 6
"A 7
" B 1
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B E 1-2 of 3
B W 1-2 of 3
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" C N 1-2 1
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Coe's First Add.
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Probable
Cost
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37.00
87.00
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37 00
37.00
37.00
06.60
44.40
44.40
66.00
73.63
37.37
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111.00
111.00
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51.80
42.55
42.55
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43.66
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34.60
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37.00
37.00
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34.60
84.60
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42.55
43.85
45.15
46.45
63.35
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23.20
43.30
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84.80
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37.00
37.00
37.00
24.80
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37.00
Probable
Addition Block Lot CoHt
Coe's Third Addition .
" ti 3 37.00
" (i 4 87.1X1
" (i 5 37.00
A. S. Blowers Add
1 1 55.50
" 1 2 55.50
1 3 55.50
"1 4 . 55.50
" 1 5 55.50
" 1 6 55.50
"1 7 55.50
' 1 8 55.50
" 1 9 55.50
2 1 65.50
"2 2 .55.50
" 2 3 55 50
" 2 4 55.50
" 2 5 55.50
" 2 6 55.50
" 2 7 65.50
" 2 8 65.50
" 2 13 55.50
" 2 14 55.50
" 2 15 65.50
" 2 16 55 50
" 2 17 55.50
" 2 18 55 50
"3 1 55.50
" 3 2 55.50
" 3 3 55.50
" 3 4 55.50
" 3 5 65.50
" 3 6 65 50
Riverview Park Addition.
1 1 37.00
1 2 37.00
" 1 3 37.00
1 4 37 00
1 5 3700
" 1 6 36.08
" 1 7 32.56
" 1 8 37.00
" 1 9 37.00
1 10 37.00
"1 11 37.00
" 1 12 37.00
" 3 1 37.00
3 2 37.00
" 3 3 37.00
" 3 4 37.00
" 3 5 37.00
3 6 45.51
"3 7 41.81
" 3 8 37.00
" 3 9 37.00
" 3 10 37.00
" 3 11 37.00
" 3 12 37.00
All that part of Block No. 4 in
Riverview Park addition, be
ginning at the northeast corner
of said Block No. 4; running
thence west along the south
line of Columbia street 100
feet; thence south, parallel
with the east line of Block No.
4, 100 feet ; thence west along
the center line of said Block No.
4, to the east line of Spring
street; thence south along the
east line of Spring street to the
north line of River street;
thence exst along the north
line of River etreet to the
snuthenst corner of said block
No 4 ; thence north along the
east line of said Block No. 4, to
the place of beginning
Suiith Waucoma
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0. R. & N. right-of-way, a tract
100 feet 8iuiire west of line of
First Street and north of River
Street 75.00
0. R. & N. right-of-way, a tract
1(H) feet square west of line of
First Street 75.00
A tract or parcel of land, lying be
tween the line of sewer right-of
way and a point 100 feet west
therefrom and the north liee of
the O. R. & N. right-of war and
a point 1,000 feet north there
from 750.00
A tract or parcel of land lying
eait of the line of the
sewer right-of-way and a point
100 feet east thereirom and the
north line of the O. R AN.
and a point 1,000 feet nortn
therefrom 750.00
A parcel or tract of land lying be
tween thehorth line of State
street, and a line one hundred
feet northerly therefrom and
parallel therewith, and between'
the west line of Spring rtreet
and the east line of the County
Road running along the east line
of the Adams Donation Land
claim 529.00
A parcel or tract of laud, lying be-
For Sale
Full blooded Fox Terrier pup. Nothing
belter. HocKiora more.
act 1 Niiar Barrett school house,
Take Warning:
All Demon are hereby liven wamlne not
to throw sticks, stones, or any rubbish of
whatsoever nature, or any slops from house,
barn or other buildings, into any of thedltch
es or laterals beloneinn to. or under the con
trol of the Farmers' Irrigating Company. By
order or the board or directors.
auglHtr N.c. eva, Hecreiary
Wanted
Will buy for cash Indian arrow points, or
will exchuoire flnecigara for same. Hend by
mall or exnressor wrile me what yon nave
Will diiv i6 per hundred or more if nice.
. A, 1 ttU.MA,wn,uiry aau ireasurer,
Portland cigar Co.,
octl8 liw E lath street Portland, Or.
Pasture
Meadow pasture for horses. per month
in advance, near r rankion scnooi house.
ocvu c. K. Mll.l.C.lt,
The Oregon Fire
Relief Association
Will insure your properly at less cost than
any one else.
I-nAINJl J. BpeciHi Agent
P. O. Box 93 Hood Ulver
Main office, McMlnnvllle, Or. o
CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
I am prepared to do nil k mtHof work by the
day or by contract, estimated on carpentertnie
pmsteniiif, tonewoi-k,.VHVuuonH, etc., apeci
Add rt'HH
K. W. PIUUNow. Hood River .Or.
20 Men
Wanted to work at Planer, loading slabs
ana woraing in oox iaciory.
DAV t!,irimi LU9IHt.lt uu.
auggHf
Furnished Rooms
I have newly furnished, neatly kept rooms
to rent, and will also serve meals and lunches
to roomers or others In the Kev. Merrill cot
tage. sept22 MIW. 11. I). HTKWAKD.
Pigs For Sale
Ten-weekaoid pigs for sale at the ranch,
sep i tlOWAHll f EAI.KU.
For Sale
A good, Ken tie cow, hud her third calf last
itep 29 Htngen, Wash,
Lost
Brown chain purne. small chamrn. pe
knife, key, memorandum book with Mabel K
LewlH, two half-Cure return boat ticketa, one
hull-fure ticket, luve ut Hits nince.
Real Estate
Bargains.
AT
THE EPPORIUMa
r or (;aieTlie Abbott. Store property
on the hill. Price, fa.tKK).
A 40 acre tract, some improvement,
miles from Barret school house, $2,000.
a in acre tract, unimproved, some
free irrigating water, 1 miles from Bar
rett school house, $1,100.
A 20 acre tract unimproved, miles
from the Barrett school house, 0 acres
cleared, $1,700.
The NW of NY tf, Sec. 4, lp. Z JN.,
B. 10 E, 40 acres. Price $2,000. $500or
more cash, balance in five years.
Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 2, Winans add. to
Hood River for $1150 each.
The NE M of SW and the KWJ ot
SE Ya. section 1(1, Tp 2 north, range 11
east, 80 acres, partly improved, good ap
ple land, plenty ot tunDer, no rocK.
'rice $800 cash or $1,000 on time at 0
per cent. . .
flioney to loan.
Hanna house and lot, $2,000.
The new company now offers for sale
lots formerly belonging to the Hood
r . n. ! . , 1 1 . : 1.
nivor xowiisiie company, 01 which com
pany John Leland Henderson is secre
tary and the Hood River-Bank treasurer.
Installment plan.
Lot 4, block 9, Hull's addition, fine 2
story house: $1,400.
lxit lor sale in w aucoma rai'K atklt
tion, $200.
For Rent For a term of ten years,
the lot on Stuto street, back of
Bartmess'.
For Sale The Henderson ranch, for
merly owned by J. R. Galligan ; 00 acres
30 cleared; orchard; strawberries;
clover and timothy; well irrigated ;large
2-story mansion, new barn; all fenced.
Price $10,000. llrook runs tiirougti ranch.
Easy terms; telephone; rural delivery.
Four miles from Hood River.
For Salt! The Donahue block on the
hill. Improved and fenced. Fine resi
dence, barn and outbuildings. $4r00.
Will sell the SKU for $000, the NE)
for $700, or the VVU for $;I000. Oni-
third cash, balance time ut 8 per cent.
The Hunt plate 54 mile southwest of
town. House, barn, mostly in strawber
ries and other fruits. Price, $1450.
One troat ranch on mountain east
of valley on county road. Price $1,500;
has small house, running water, and is
fenced. Terms, easy.
For Sale Beautiful lots in Park addi
tion, center of town, from $200 to $250.
For Sale The 50 acre strawberry farm
owned by A. E. Lake and others, on
west side, rrme $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. lerms half or more cash.
Mrs. Clark's l!o acres on the hill for
sale or rent; house $10 a month, with
land $15; selling price $1,600; renter
must take subject to sale.
4. 320 acres of timber land at the falls
of Hood River, belonging to George E.
ForByth; 100 acres good fruit land;$4000.
8. 100 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.
For Sale. 40 acres near Mount Hood
post oflice. Good laiid $700 cash 30
days, only.
Five acres at Frankton ; cottage and
acre and a half In cultivation. Creek
and water power; $1,000.
Block 1, Paikhnrst addition to Hood
River, all in cultivation; good house,
beautiful residence property; price,
$4,500; $1,500 or more cash; balance oil
or before 3 years at 8 per cent.
Lots 10, 11, 12, block 5, Waucoma ad
dition; imimved; price $1,000; or
Wanted
farm. Apply
Wood Choppers
pd, wood choppers. Crescent Fruit
Apply to si A. A. JAYNK.
Co.
To Rent.
A alx-room houseon Hood Hlver Height
partly furnished If wanted. Inquire at the
mar Hoarding; House.
s)
Don't Buy Land
In Hood Klver vftilev. either fr fruit rais
ing or a xummer home until yon see Valley
view. Twenty acres, six cieiireu.housc.Darn,
well, strawberries, fruit trees, excellent noil
pure water, bracing air and magnificent
scenery. Price and terms reasonable. Call
on or address C. A. HH'KLR,
sepia Hood River, Or,
For Sale.
Team. Harness and Wagon.
sep K. A WEYQANIVT.
For Sale Or Rent
iece of land on Paradise
.yman Suiith s old place,
nix or seven acres in strawoerri s. House an
Most valuable pif
farm (adjoining I.y
shed with an abundance of spring water
Irrigation. Will sell all the laud east, of this
place, subiect to lease to Coon and Vaugln
Will also rent cottage and barn. Nice plac
for one who keeps a team. Water and garde
spot free. Apply to
118 tf PR. ADAMS
35 Acres.
For sale at a bargain: on the mad to Moun
Hood; good apple land; nice healthy location
for a house by the roadside. Inquire on the
premises. oct 16 J. P. Hli.LSTROM
Prunes For Sale
imllan and Petite prunes cent a pound
U l 1113 rauuii. B J n in, xv r..i i. LjU i .
Rooms To Rent
Furnished rooms to rent by week or month,
OCtK J. J.TUKiNr.U
Melons For Sale
At my melon patch on Paradise farm, fine
fat ones at one cent a pound.
oil CYKU8 VAUGHN
LOST.
Saturday, September 10 a baseball glove,
won ionium 1. v. t.. written on it in in
Kinder please leave at the (i lacier office
receive rewarc. o 6
For Sale
Grubbing machine and cable, 10 tons of hay
pan 01 uona wora norses.
o W. H. i)l'RKKE.Star Route No
Wanted To Rent
Good hay and dairy farm all furnlshad.
oH W. H. DURKEE, Star Route No. 10
For Sale
300 potato sacks, 3c each.
K.
slStf
.HOLM AN.
Vinegar
Pure cider vinegar, oeiits.per gallon.
oi V. E. BUOSICH.Colmhla Nurserry.
Rooms For Rent
With or without board. On Mherman ave.
enue south of the Congregational church.
o 1.. A. 1HCKENMON.
For Rent
Two five-room cottages; one vacant now,
other October 1: Blowers addition.
alio M. V. JACOBS
Wanted To Rent
preferred
the
Klve-room cottage pn
Address -.. H. BLETTEN, Hood River.
by September
For Rent
A 4-room house on Hood River Heights.
nqulre at UII.I. H STORE. 06
Milk For Sale
Phone 6S1
At Paradise farm,
oct 8
D. O. EXTRICAN.
Horse Wanted.
One good horse" or i years old. welehlng
about 1-JOO pounds, al.itf C. K. MARSHALL
Ranere For Sale.
Good range for sale cheap. Applv to
moot 1.1 MRS. F. M.sHAW.
more cash, balance, 1 year, 8 per cent.
The 10 acres owned by H. S. Lewis at
Belmont, improved, with buildings,
farm implements, furniture, stock, etc.,
$3,000; the hare place, f 2,500; U.500
or more cash ; balance on time, 6 per ct.
Small house and lot on hill to rent, $24
a year; two vacant lots with privilege of
purchase $20 a year for the two.
For Kent. One or two cottages ;corner
store building to lease. Store building
can also be bought.
For Sale Four-lifths interest in the
M. O. Wheeler 100 acres near Hood
River Falls.
For Sale Residence on State street at
head of Front; $2,5O0, including 3 lots.
First-class Surveying Outfit
At the Emporium are kept 2 first-class
transits and solar attachments, and tha
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 ttnd after this date, April 9, 19U3,
the rates will he as follows: $10 a day ;
Lot corners established for $5 a lot;
two contiguous for one owner, the
same price.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(ISOLATED TRACT)
Public Land Sale
United States Land Office, The Palles, Ore
gon, August iri. law. Notice is hereby given
that in pursuance of instructions from the
comtnlKsinner ol the general land oftice.under
authority vested in him by section !M5.',
tlnlled states revise . slatutes.as amended hy
act of congress approved Kehruary 'M, inns,
we will proceed to oiler at public sale at the
hour ot II o'clock a. 111., on the I' Hi day of
October, Hm, at this offlce, the following
tract ot land, bt-wit:
TheMiNK1 of section 21, township 2 nort 1
range 11 cut of W. M.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
the above described lands are advised to hie
their claims in this otllce on or before the
day designated for the coin 1 eneement of
said sal-1, otherwise their rights will be for
leiled. MICHAKLT. NOLAN, Register.
angiTOCIt ANNK M. l.ANO, Receiver.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1S78.I
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Boots And Shoes.
Ihave new line 01 M-nV and Boy' Boot
and fthoea. Come and examine them.
JOHN CO VI,Ks,Hhoehon.
oct IS. South of port office.
United States Land Office, The Dalies, Ore
gon. Aug. 'Jl, Hull.-Notice is heMiy given that
in compliance Willi the provisions of the act
of congress of June :i. 1JS7S, entitled "An act for
the sale of titnlicr lantls In the states of Cali
fornia, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Ter
ritory," as extended to all the public land
states by act of August 4, l'.2,
PHILIP U. WARREN
of Viento, county of Waseo. stale of Oregon,
has on .September 21, Mil, Hied In this olllce
his sworn strtie'tient No. 21:l;i.lVr the purchase
of the SV' j N W'i and the V SW or sec
tion No a In tow n.sliip j norlh, range 9 E.W.M.,
and will offer proof 10 show that the land
sought Is more valimhle for Us timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish his claim to said land before tJeo.
T. Prat her, V. s. Commissioner at his olliee
in Hood Klver, Oregon, on the 2d day of Ue
cemner, Hull.
Hi name as witnes ea: Samujl Wood wan,
Theodore (Jlay.er, ol Cascade Locks, Oregon;
Millard K Hird, Trcmont Foster, of Hood
River. Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file
their claims 111 this office on or before the said
?d d:iy of Decern her, imn.
s22 dl M 1CH AKL T. NOLAN, Register.
Notice To Stockholders
Annual meeting of the stockholder of the
Farmer' Irrigating Company will he held In
Artisan's Hall at Hood River on ociober
1, l'.Ol, al 10 a. m.. to elect a board of direcior
anil receive report ( f officers and transaclaoy
oilier business w hich lioiv legally come be
fore the meeting. 11 order of the board of
directors. fi. e. EVAN'S,
si" ? Secret rry.
Notice.
The county board of equalization for Wasco
county will mew In the count v court house
at The 1 !!es, ihe first Monday in October,
and continue In session one week, for the
pnipose.ir equalizing the tax roll of the
county f ir law. H. V. Wi HjOCtiCK,
'Ssiu County Assessor,