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3ood Iftver Slacier
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1904.
By reference to the "Bom" column
in this week's Glacier, It will be noticed
that seven babies reached town since
our last issue in time to enter the baby
(how at the fruit fair Haturday after
noon. Colonel E. Hofor, editor of the Salem
Journal, la director in a new bank start
ed at Salem. Ilia brother and partner
in the Journal, is now vice-president of
bank at Jefferson. This, we believe, is
unique record, nuequalled by any
other set of newspaper men in the state,
The announcement cornea from rail
road centers that the Northern Pacific
ia making a renewed effort to find a
shorter route to Portland. Our good
friends on the north bank of the Colum
bia stand a good chance of hearing the
whistle of a locomotive in the streets of
White Salmon, Bingcn and Underwood
before they are many years older. Now
would be a good opportunity to invest
in land there; land that will grow apples
and strawberries equal to those in the
Hood River country.
The recent rain have cleared the at
mosphere and laid the dust on the roads
through the valley. The clouds have
rolled away and there is every Indication
of clear, warm days for the fruit fair
which opens this, Thursday, morning.
The apple display promises to excel
even the fine displays of previous years,
nd everything points to the most suc
cessful fair In the history of the associa
tion. Let every fruit grower who can
supply plate of fine apples bring out
his fruit for the exhibit. . The editors of
the Oregon newspapers will be here
Friday and Saturday and with her beit
foot forward Hood River stands an ex
cellent chance to make a showing of her
products that the people of this commu
nity and the state ot Oregon will be
The opposition that is developing
against the sewer proposition, even in
the business district, or adjacent there
to, threatens to kill the whole project.
It the city of Hood River ever needed
anything, it is sewer; in fact, it is an
imperative necessity. The health of
the community demands that there be a
sewer system in the lower part of the
the city at least, and it is necessary that
It be put in. The objectors in the lower
town should be overruled by the Coun
cil for the good ot the public. Many
who oppose the sewer have a convenient
method of dumping their filth and
garbage down onto their , neighbor's
premises, or in the street, and as long
as they are allowed to do this, feel that
they can get along without a sewer. 1 f
the board of health would do their duty
and order a few disease-breeding places
cleaned up, and refuse to allow the
public street", to be used as an open
sewer, there would be less opposition to
the proposed sewer.
The attendance at the Hood River
meeting of the Oregon Press association
promises to be curtailed because of the
O. R. A N. refusing to grant transpor
tation to some of the newspaper men
of the state. This policy on the part of
the railroad appears to us a little short
sighted. The Oregon editors have held
few meetings in Eastern Oregon, and
11 those who would travel over the
road could give more than value re
ceived for their transportation, in pub
lishing descriptive writeups of the
country through which the road passes.
The fault may not lie entirely with the
railroad. If the editors of the state
would take a greater interest in the
annual meeting of the Press association,
nd if those named on the committees
would really do something, the associa
tion would soon become an organization
the railroads or any other business
would resdily recognize with the exten
sion of all the courtesies in their juris
diction. In the' state of Minnesota, the
state Press association demands that
the members, whether they attend the
meetings of the association or not, shall
give a large amount of space to reports
of the sessions and writeups of the
country. The railroads in that state
extend the editors every courtesy, even
carrying them thousands of miles every
year. Let the Hood lUver session of
the Oregon Press association inaugurate
Chrlstlaa Endear or Conference.
Harold liershner, Mair Da no and
Katee Brosius attended the Christian
Endeavor convention at The Dalles last
week. Speaking of the convention the
The Columbia district convention of
Christian Endeavorors, which was held
in the Congregational church Saturday
and Sunday was a success, and will be
productive of much good to the earnest
workers who attended.
The session opened at 2 :45 Saturday
afternoon with a devotional meeting led
by President Z. W. Commerford of
Priueville. Rev. 1). V. Poling then
gave the Kndeavorera a hearty welcome
to The Dalles, when Miss Gertrude
Crawford of Ueppner resonded.
In an instructive talk the relation of
state, district, county and local unions
was discussed by the state president,
J. A. Rockwood of Portland.
Encouraging reports were given by
the various associations in the district,
as well as the Junior Endeavorers, fol
lowed by thoughts on education in the
Christian Eudeavor by the district
president, and the organization of com
mittees by the state president, other
joining in the discussion and advancing
At the evening session Rev. W. Skip
worth opened the meeting with Hi bit
reading and prayer, after which Rev.
D. A. Thompson of Portland spoke of
the need ol originality in Endeavor, and
Rev. F. Elmo Robinson, of the Chris
tian church on "How to Secure Origin
The only business or the evening war
the report of the nominating committee,
as follows: President, Rev. Z. W. Com
merford ; first vice, A. B. Cash, Hood
River; second vice, Rev. W. L. Strange,
Condon: third vice. Itev. 8. t. hlder
Mow; district secretary, Miss Ida Ward,
The Dalles; treasurer, Earl Bartmess,
Hood River; Junior superintendent,
Mrs. Z. W. Coiiiinerford; temperance
and citizenship, K. II. Merrill, The
Dalles; C. E. literature, Miss Ola Nor
man, Hood River; devotional, Miss
Gertrude Crawford of Heppiier; press
agent, Mies Clara lilythe, Hoisi River.
At 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon a
Junior Endeavor rally took place led by
Mrs. Commerford, and in the evening
young and old met in a union meeting
at the Methodic church, in w hich the
various pastors took part, a very stir
ring and searching address wing deliv
ered by Rev. J. E. Snyder of Browns
ville, on "Soul Saving." The choir
sang a heautiful anthem and at the
close of the sermon il. E. Greene gave
a sacred solo most appropriate and w ell
Superintendent Castner and his as
sistants are busy today arranging the
apple exhibits that are coining in everv
hour from the orchards of the valley.
A itlance at the plates set out this morn
ing indicates that the fruit is colored up
nicely and the display promises to sur
pass the excellent showings made at pre
vious Hood River fairs.
The large canvas pavilion, 50x100 feet,
has been wired for electric lights. An
other tent almost as large as the main
pavilion has been secured from Portland
to accommodate the crowds at the even
ing meetings. Water has been placed
in the buildings and everything provided
for the convenience anI comfort of the
people who will come in from the conn
try and expect to spend the day in the
A stage has been erected at the west
end of the main pavilion and another
in the north end of the annex. Heats
have been provided in the annex for
seating 400 people. The aisles in the pa
vilion are ol good width, and there
should be no discomforturo from crowd
J. II. Shoemaker was the first fruit
grower to bring in his exhibit of apples.
The first mutual logrolling of the
Modern Wood men of America camps of
Wasco ami Klickitat eounlies will take
place at Hood River tomorrow (Thurs
day.) Everything is hustle with the
members of Hood River Cump No. 7702,
who will act as host for the visiting
Woodmen from The Dalles, Portland,
Goldendale, White Salmon, Lyle, Moro,
Wasco, Dufur and Klnndyke.
Hon. i. W. Simmons of Portland,
state deputy head consul, who will
deliver the principal address tomorrow,
will arrive from Portland on the early
train this evening. He will be met by
delegation of Woodmen and escorted to
the lodge rooms in K. of P, hull.
The special feature of Thursday morn
ing's exercises will be the parade of the
Forester's team in uniform. There will
be competing teams from The Dulles,
Goldendale, Mosier, Dufur and Hood
River. The parade will form at the K.
of P. hall at 10 o'clock, murch east on
Slute street to First; north on First to
Oak, and west on Oak to the oak grove
on Fifth street, east of the Hon. E. L.
Smith residence, where tho Women of
Woodcraft will spread a picnic dinner.
Preceding the dinner there will be an
address of welcome by Mayor A. S.
Blowers, who will turn the privileges of
the city over to the visiting Woodmen
and their wives. There will be songs
and the address by tho Hon. J. W.
Simmons. The Hood River braes band
will supply music.
After the picnic dinner the band will
again play. There will be recitations,
songs, instrumental music, a drill by
the Forester teaniB, a tug of war, and at
4:30 the Woodmen and Women of
Woodcraft will march to the K. of P.
hall to organize a county association.
At 7 o'clock the Woodmen are sched
uled to visit the fruit fair to see the
display of famous apples they have all
heard so much of.
At 9:30 there will be a dance at the
J. C. Snyder, chief of the Foresters,
will have charge of the program tomor
row, and will introduce the speakers.
ORCHARD BOX FOR
Manager E. II. Shopftrd has intro
duced a field or orchard box into the
orchards of Hood River. These Ihixoh
are manufuctured by the box factory
here, and are for use in gathering the
apples in the orchard. By using these
field boxes the regular apple boxes are
saved from being soiled, and by the con
struction of the field boxes the apples
are freeffrom danger of being bruised as
is the case frequently with the apple
The orchard Imx is constructed to
hold a box of fruit loosely placed in.
The dimensions of the box are 15x20
inches, 10 inches deep. At each end
there are hand holds, making the boxes
much more convenient to handle. A
cleat two inches wide and onu inch deep
is placed at the top ol The tiox at each
end. This assures a firm rest for the
boxes as they are placed one above
another in the wagon. Thus they are
not apt to slip one into another and
crush the fruit.
Manager Shepard savs he secured 50
of these boxes for his orchard, and after
hi orchard toreman had used them one
day, he remarked that it would be im
possible to do without them. Mr. Shep
ard speaks in high praise of these orch
ard boxes, and lias one on display at the
otllce of the Applegrowera' union, where
he explains the merits of the box to all
who come in.
To make an orchard outfit complete,
Mr. Shepard advises the fruit men to
buy a packing table, an outfit of orchard
hox'.'s, a nailing maching, and he is now
arranging to have an orchard stand con
structed for use in setting the orchard
boxes on while the apples are being
The use of the orchard boxes, says
Mr. Shepard, more than saves their cost
in one season by economizing time, no
soiling of the packing boxes, no bruising
of fruit, etc. Call on Manager Shepard
and have him expluin the advantages to
Fined For Cruelly Heating Horse.
8. A. llelmer, a merchant of Mount
Hood, was fined $75 and costs in Justice
Nickelsen's court Monday afternoon,
for cruelly beating a horse on the East
Side grade September 20.
J, M. I.cnz was the complaining wit
liens in the case, and several other wit
nesses testified for the prosecution.
Attorney llartwig appeared in behalf
of the stale. Attorney A. A. Jayne was
counsel for the defendant. The trial
jury consisted of T. Bishop, J. H. Gill,
G. M. McCurdy, N. T Chapman, Chris
Dethman, and Simpson Copple.
It developed in the course of the trial
that Heluier unmercifully beat a balky
horse, and blocked tratlic on the Mad
for half an hour. His team finally
The PARIS FAIR i
W want to keep y u warm. We have every thing you want for the winter
weather, and have marked them so low that you cannot help buying them.
Cih-ild-ren's ' Underwear
"We have a limited quantity of Boys' and Misses' Vests that we bought at
bargain, and we are going to sell them at a bargain.
Sizes 10, 18; 20, 22, we will sell at 15C, all larger sizes 20c '
Boys' Heavy Fleeced Imdcrwear, all sizes, per garment 28c
All grades of Wool priced according to grade and size.
Ladies' Kleece-lined Hose, per pair only 10c
Ladies' Union Suits only.... 25c
Ladies' Woolen Hose, good grade.;. 25c
ITcw Tall Gr-oods
We now have in stock our Fall Line of Men's Fancy Wool Sweaters, La
dies' Shawls of all kinds, Ladies' Hats, Golf Gloves, Dress Goods and Trimmings
Umbrellas, Kubber Goods, Woolen Shirts, etc.
A good steel rod Umbrella : 35c
became "O tangled in the harness that
the animals rolled down the steep grade
and received injuries that necessitated
killing one of 'hem.
H. A. WEBBER
Who will have charge of
the Program I nun
The Entertainment coiuinitto has en
gaged for the Thursday night entertain
ment tho Webber Mandolin Orchestra
from Portland, who come here well
recommended. They play the mando
lin, muiidolu, guitar, banjo, saxaphone,
in soles, quartettes and, in fact, it is a
li rat-class company.
llax'hnll Nance Friday.
From the many favorable comments
on the dance Mr. McCnlly is to give in
the opera house Friday night, one
would judge the whole town was pre
paring to attend.
In honor of the Goldtmdale-Hood
Kiver base ball tournament Friday and
Saturday this week, Mr. McCally has
decided to call his dance n ltuseball hop.
The Hoor will lie placed in excellent
condition, and the finest of dance music
is promised. While the attendance
will likely be large, the spacious floor of
the opera house will accommodate all
without the crowding so common in
Busy With Annual Report
L. Smith spent Monday in Portland
where he attended tho annual meeting
of the state board of horticulture, of
which organization he is president. Mr.
Smith says all the reports from the sev
eral commissioners are not in yet. Owing
to the (act that ull the apple crops have
not been marketed, an estimate cannot
be made on this year's crop.
Mr. Smith is now busy preparing copy
for the hourd's annual report. He ex
pects to get his copy in the hands of the
state printer by Iioeeniher 1. The re
port this year will be voluminous. The
annual reports of the state board of hor
ticulture are considered as authority in
ull parts of the United States, and the
publications lire much in demand. In
many states they are used us text books
by classes in horticulture.
A I'l crimen With Mrs. Fred Howe.
Mrs. l'red Howe delightfully enter
tained her many guests at the I'. H.
ladies' Kensington on Thursday after
noon. Tho house was lienutifnlly dec
orated with myrtle, roses and asters.
generously supplied ny Mesdumes
Calkins. Mrs. John Nickelsen and
Mrs. diaries Castner were the captains
of two opposing lines in t tie Mother
tioose rhyme contest, over which Mrs.
Hathbunand Mrs. II. V. Davidson held
a long, but humorous battle. Mrs.
Kuthbun finally rhyming down her last
opponent won the prize, u bonnet of
sweet peas. r very one expressed her
self us having hail a most enjoyable
S V M M () N S.
In Uie Circuit (Hum of tin-siate of Oregon
Tor Wasco Comity.
Knima Itnlay, planum':
Hurry Curtis Iniliiy, defendant.
To Harry Curtis Inilay, the above named
defendant. In (he imine ol the sun of Ore
gon: You are hereby required to appear Hint nn
swer ihecouitilalnt tiled against you In t tie
above entlt lea suit, within six weeks from
(tie will iliiy of September, Ismi, until dnv being
Hie first tiny of the piil.llenii.ui of t It lit aiim
nioiis; ml If you full it, NiiHiiNwer, tor want
thereof, the plaintiff will applv to the court
for relict demanded In lier complaint filed
In unlit cauae, tor to-wlt: a decree of divorce
dlKtulvIng tho bunds ol matrimony existing
helweell the pliilnt.lt and defendant In wild
.niis, nnit fur the restoration of l lie plalntltla
maiden name unit lor her costs Hint disburse
ments In thin milt.
This summoni. is puhllsheil hy virtue of an
inter of Honorable A K. Lake, County Judge
of the county inurtof lliccoiitily or Wannuind
taleoftlivgon,dnlcil the llMhday of September
A. I),. IlifH, w hich onler siieeltlen anil provided
-lx weeks uiul for seven InseiM Ions us the tlni
for which Hits summons shall be published.
IiHIedal Hood Kiver, Oregon, this (he 2(l(h
day of Septemlter, imu.
asnlO JOHN' LKLAND HKNlKRSON,
Attorney for I'lalntltr.
. 2iVi ' ',0"
li I k I
RIVER'S BARGAIN STORE
EDWIN A. HENDERSON
Equitable Life Insurance Co. of NewYork
FRUIT FAIR ENTERTAINMENTS
Instrumental Duette "King's Himsiirn" Miss Ball, MIhb Smith
Vocal solo Violin Obligato, "For All Kternlty"
.. Mm. Sletten, Mr. Gilbert
Trio InHtniinental "Secret Love"
Minn Smith, Mr. Bateham, Mr. Gilbert
Select Heading "Gypny Flower Girl" Miss Nettle GleaHon
Quartette "On the Suwanee IUver"
Mrn. Jayne, Mrs. Held, Mrs. Sletten, Mrs. Nee Smyth
Violin Solo "Longing for Home"
Vocal Diiette "Land of the Swallows" Ms. Sletten, Prof. Smith
Program will be In charge of1 the Oregon Press association.
Baby show in the pavilion.
Finest baby Silver spoon engraved w
Second finest baby A Lewis tin (1 Clark
Third finest baby Silver napkin rinir.
March The Frost King W, I). Ivenneth
Concert Walts Queen of Hoses ..A. J. Wehlt
Banjo Solo Selected
Mr. Ed P. Long.
Vocal Duct Tessle (from the Sliver Slipper) Will R. Anderson
Messrs. Karns and Adaiuson.
) a Prayer du Freisshutz Arr. by H, A. Webber
) b Annie Laurie Arr. by V, 0. Giitnmn
Selectlon-'-Tbe Prince of I'llsen Luders
Banjo Sol '. Selected
Mr. Ed P. Long.
fiaxaphone Solo My Creole, Sue -. Davis
Mr. II. A. Webber.
Vocal duet Selected
Messrs. Karns and Adumson.
a Intermezzo , Mascngln
) 6 Galop The Sleighing Party Arr. by II. A. Webber.
Premiums for Fruit Fdir.
Best display of Spitzenberfj, Newtown and Jonathan comnierclsl pack $5 00
Second beat dinplay of Spitzenborg, Newtown and Jonathan comtn'c'l pack. 2 50
Best bon, commercial pack, Ortley 1 00
Second bent box, commercial pack, Ortley 50
BeHt box .commercial pack, Hydes King 1 00
Second best box, commercial pack, Hydes King 50
Best box, commercial pack, Wagner 1 00
Second bent box, conunerciul pack, Wagner 50
Bett box, commercial oack. 'ineuan - 100
Second best box, commercial pack, Winernp 50
Bast box, comtnerrial pack, Baldwin - 1 00
Second bent box, commercial pack, Baldwin 50
BoBt plate diHiilay, Spitzenberg 1 00
Second be.-t plate display, Spitzenberg
Best plate display, Newtown
Second licet plute display, Newtown
Best plate disiilay, Jonathan
Second best plutu display, Jonathan
Best plate display, (iraveiistein
Second best plate display, Gravenstoin
Best plate display, Wealthy
Second beet pnitu display, Wealthy
Best plate display, Northern Spy
Second best platu display, Northern Spy
Best plate display, Grimes' Golden
Second beat plate display, Grimes' Golden 25
Best five boxes (different varieties) commercial pack : 10 00
Second best live boxes (different varieties) commercial pack 5 00
Above five boxes must include Spitzenberg and Newtown.
Beat five plates apples, any varieties 3 00
Second best five plates apples, any varieties 1 50
Special Prize offered bv E. 11. Shepard for best commercially packed box
of apples . . " 5 oo
Best display of Vegetables 2 00
Second liest Display of Vegetables 1 00
Best Display of Pears 2 00
Second llest Display of Pears 1 00
Best Display of Peaches 2 00
Second llest Display of Peaches 2 00
Exhibits must lie by actual giower. No combined exhibits allowed.
On last Sun, lav, October i, the serv
ices wete cimiliieted by Kev. D. V. Pol
ing of The Dalles, who preached a very
strong sermon to a large congregation.
The special music prepared bv the
choir was well received. Mr. Poling is
a very earnest worker and w e are pleased
to note that he ia meeting with good
success in his work at The Dalles.
On next Snndav, October 111, it is ex
pected that Kev.W. C. Gilmore of Hub
bard, Oregon, will conduct the services.
Mr. Gilmore has talents of a high order,
has preached in one of the bet-tehti relies
In Chicago, and has many calls to speak
More different denoo'iiiiations. We
would urge as many as possible Ui im
prove the opportunity of hearing him.
All members of the Christian Endeav
or society are requested to be present
at the meeting at b:30 p. m. to hear re-
Mr. N. D. Fletcher
ith a Hood ftiver tipple.
souvenir gold dollar.
'. 1 00
ports of the delegates to the convention
at The Dalles.
Timber Land, Act June S.iars.)
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
Department nf the Interior, Ixnd Office at
The Dalles, (in-Kiin. Kept. Su, IH04. Notice In
hereby ifiven Hint the following-mimed net
tier ha tiled notice of hla Intention to nmkr
fltiHl proof In Nippon of his claim, and thai
unlit proof will be niaile before the lliulster
and Receiver at the land office In The Dalles.
Onvon.on tb lTlh day ol .November, I'.tH,
CHARLES E. DAVIDSON
of Miwler, Oregon, on homestead entry No.
tvttM, for the lots 1 and 2 of seellen t, township
1 north, ramie 11 easto! Willamette V'Midlan,
mid the Kof IheMK.Uof tectum .6 town
hint norm, rante II .. W. M.
He usinei. the lollowlng wltneaaea to prove
hla continuous residence upon and culllva.
tlon or aald land, vie Samuel D.Kiaher t'eier
HennetiKseu. W. A. ' Hnabandi aud W. C.
Weldner, all of Mmiter, Oregon.
O!iil0 MRHAfcX T. NULAN, Rcgltter.
Forty acres of my farm In- Crapper district,
1H mlfet from Hood River. Oood apple land.
130 per acre. Easy terms. Unimproved, under
ditch, jym a. n. iici
Notice to Water
Any one canght ahuttlmj off water in mains
to make tapa will be prosecuted to the full
extent ol the law unless they obtain perm tu
ition from thl office. This In final.
HOOD RIVEK FLECTRIC UUHT
. J2 A WATER CO.
All pemona re hereby given warning not
to throw atlcka, stonea, or any rubbish of
whatsoever nature, or any alopa from house,
barn or other buildings, Into any of tbe ditch
es or laterals belong-ina; to, or under the con
trol of the Farmers' Irrigating Company. By
order of the board of directors.
snglstf . N.C. EVAXB, Hecretary
Will buy for cash Indian arrow points, or
will exchange flneclgara for same. Ben d by
mall or ex ureas or write me what you have.
Will pay it per hundred or more If nice.
F. A, THOMAS.Hecretary and Treasurer,
Portland Cigar Co.,
octlS WM E lath street Portland, Or.
Meadow pasture for horses. 11.50 per month
in advance, near Frankton school house.
ocUtt C. E.MILLER.
The Oregon Fire
Will insure your property at leas cost than
any one else.
FRANK J. PERK INH, Special Agent
P. O. Box Di Hood River
Main office, McMlnnvllle, Or. olS
I am prepared to do all k ndsof work by the
day or by contract, estimate on carpentering
Siastering, stonework .excavations, etc., speel
cations furnlahed, Addreaa
yUtf F. W. PRIBNow. Hood Rlver.Or.
Don't Buy Land
In Hood Kiver valley, either for fruit rais
ing or a summer homo until you see Valley
View. Twenty acres, alx cleared. houao.barn.
well, strawberries, fruit trees, excellent soil,
pure water, Dracmg air ana magnincent
scenery. Price and terms reasonable. Call
oo or addreaa C. A. HICKLE,
oct29 Hood River, Or.
For Sale Or Rent
Moat valuable piece of land on Paradise
farm (adjoining Lyman Huilth's old place.)
Hlx or seven acres In strawbcrrl a. House and
shed with an abundance of spring waUir for
Irrigation. Will aell all the laud east of this
place, subject to lease to Coon and Vaughn,
will also rent cottage and barn. Nice place
for one who keeps a team. Water and garden
spin iree. Apply to
88 tf DR. ADAMS)
For hhI at a bargain; on the rnad to Mount
Hood; good apple lund; nice healthy location
for a house by the rottdHide. Inquire on the
prrUUHcB. OCi JO a, I'. HJ1jsj1KUM
One side-saddle, a Klu-egg Incubator, 13
Uulnea hens, five pairs Bantam chickens.
olHlf FU AN K CHANDLER, on the hill.
Rooms To Rent
Furnished rooms to rent by week or month,
300 potato sacks, 8c each.
E. M. HOLM AN.
Pure cider vinegar, 25 cents per gallon.
06 F. E. BROMIL'S.Colnihla Nurserry,
Ql acres of grubbing to be dune
H. F. KtloEMAKER.
Cow For Sale
Fresh cow and calf. Inquire at E. Shelley
morgan m iarm, rueip creeic, oci au
For U a year, dally. L. K. King, who Is
agent for the paper here, may be found on
tk. Struma Uulnrriai'a nnl-NI
Fir Stove Wood
For sale. Inquire at the livery stables ma24
.Tunlinr Wriflr rtnn at rnurnnuhla nslnn. K
experienced man. Apply to E. W. CHOH8,
xxiiic tx iHCfjonttiu a more.
VV AfSk (saW lUta
Am prepared to dlt bore or drive wells.
mtuwittuiion guaranieea. uaia.tr K.M.ti u NT,
TTT J 3 m "T
Wanted To Lease
Twenty to 10 acres In Oregon, fortwo or more
years, half In cultivation with running water
buildings, tools and one or two cows and
team. RUH8ELL 4 HI'ENCER, (SSft Wledler
street, Portland, Oregon,
BEST Hood River land miles south
town, partly Improved,
for sale very cheap
ny owner, sep-jvtt
n. A. K N Arr.
lam still agent for this blasting powder. Bee
me or write lor prices,
aS) tf FRANKHT ANTON, Hood River.
I will Iwat the furniture atoreof S. E. Bart
mess on Thursday of each week.Terma reason
auie w. p. smith,
oct20 Instructor in Voice Culture.
10 Acres For Sale
I am offering for sale my 10 acres, well ltn-
Rroveu, nines soutn or townjon uie .Mount
(Kid road. For particulars call at my place.
ang I4tf F. K. BAILEY
Lady'i black puree containing between 85
ana 91, aitio reoate cnecK, ioni Dei ween town
and Paradise iarra one day Inst week. Leave
at uiacier. 027 mkh. f. F. fkiday
Notice Is hereby given that my wife, Cath
erine v. Keiienitonk, nas left my bed and
board without my consent, and all persona
are oereoy waruea not to creuit ner on my
account. OCT Wni. Hr.L,L,.NlJINK.
For Sale Or Exchange
6 1 O nr 1 K ",re" "r apples and
) KJL w atrawberrlea one mile
south of town. Will take atock of merchan
dise or town property on payment. A SNAP.
oStr N. T. CHAPMAN.
Have opened at the old atand with fresh
atock of ataple and fancy groceries. Call and
see tne. Can give you auvthltig but whisky
or mall. CHARLES HANCKOhT.
nS White Salmon. Wash.
Do you wantdraln tllet If so, see Tucker.
Don't delay, will aoon he too late toshlp.
o27 B. R. TUCKER, Hood River.Ore.
Lower part of K. P. watch chain. Finder
please leave return to Bartmess' store and re
ceive reward. ozt
Two second-hand heating stoves aud on
cook stove. Inquire of
03 MRS. A. W. KING.
Seven-room bmiie and four lots on Hood
River Heights, sixty fruit trees, strawber
ries and other small fruits, also fine shrub
bery. For particulars call on
n3 F. P. BKO WN, Cor June and E. st.
I Have Juat received a late book of samples
of suitings and walatlnga fur fall and winter.
Call and see them. 1 will also take orders for
Phillips A Foster, Ladles' Tailors of Chicago.
dwnl JANE COATES.
Three stoves and other second-hand house
hold goods for sale cheap. Inquire at T. K.
CXwn's place on the hill. n 8
QA ctv of good apple land -mle south
VarX Of Mollllt Hitml l-umt. nrrll ln alu.ro
rcinrt Mri It it J kit UVp f.rihu. i r i.V..
addrewi P. O. Box 981. Hood Ktvei. n3
. " " ' " ' - ' UH,lunT 1, .. 1 1 , well
matched In color, a'ee. anil kucI. vimd tmv.
All .TIN .iwvt tfanaMl nn..u . 1 1
elera. Would make line lead team. Weight,
2S0D. w F. CASH
JS On the W. J. Baker place.B
Don't fail to hear th Vh) war Man.)...
lia Orchestra Co. on Thursday .niitlit.
THE EMPORIUM. a
Tor Sale The Abbott Store pnierty
on the hill. Price, $3,000.
Tbe M. M. Davenport 4 acres, nice
new residence, f 1700. Terms easy.
14 acres across the road from the M.
M. Davenport residence. 00 per acre.
A 40 acre tract, some improvements,
2 miles from Barret school house, $2,000.
A 40 acre tract, unimproved, some
free irrigating water, 1 j miles from Bar
rett school house, $1,100.
A 20 acre tract unimproved, 1 miles
from the Barrett school house, 0 acres
The NWJi of NW, Sec. 4, Tp. 2 N.,
R. 10 E, 40 acres.. Price $2,000. $500or
more cash, balance in five years.
Lots 1 and 2, tilk. 2, Winans add. to
Hood River for $3!"0 each.
The NE M of SW and the NWJtf of
SE section 16, Tp 2 north, range 11
east, 80 acres, partly improved, good ap
ple land, plenty of timber, no rock.
Price $800 cash or $1,000 on time at tt
percent. . ,
Money to loan.
Hanna house and lot, $2,000.
The new company now offers for sale
lots formerly belonging to the Hood
Rivor Townsite company, of which com
pany John Leland Henderson is secre
tary and 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 Rent For a term of ten years,
the lot 'on State street, back of
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, new barn ; all fenced.
Price $10,000. Brook runs through ranch.
Easy terms; telephone; rural delivery.
Four miles from Hood River.
For Sale The Donahue block on the
hill. Improved and fenced. Fine resi
dence, barn and outbuildings. $4500.
Will sell the SE' for $600, the NK
for $700, or the VV for $3500. One
third cash, balance time at 8 per cent.
The Hunt place j mile southwest 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 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. Price $14,000. All in straw
berries in their prime. A good oppor
tunity for several buyers to eo in to
gether and each secure a part. Must all
be sold at once. Terms half or more cash.
Mrs. Clark's 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.
4. 320 acres of timber land at the falls
of Hood River, belonging to George E.
Forsyth ; 160 acres good fruit land;$4000.
8. 160 acres at White Salmon; fine
timber land; $10 an acre.
9 The o-acre place in Crapper neigh
borhood, known as the Renshaw place;
all improved; new buildings, etc.
For Sale. 40 acres near Monnt Hood
post office. Good land $700 cash 30
Five acres at Frankton; cottage and
acre and a half in cultivation. Creek
and water power; $1,000.
Block 1, Parkliurst addition to Hood
River, all in cultivation; good house,
beautiful residence property; price,
$4,500; $1,500 or more cash; balance on
or before 3 years at 8 per cent.
bits 10, 11, 12, block 5, Waucoma ad
dition; improved; price $1,600; or
more cash, balance, 1 year, 8 per cent.
The 10 acre's 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.
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 Rent. One or two cottages;corner
store building to lease. Store building
can also be bought.
For Sale F'our-fifths interest in the
M. O. Wheeler 160 acres near Hood
For Sale Residence on State street at
head of Front; $2,500, including 3 lots.
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
A 4-room house on Hood Kiver Heights
Inquire at PILL'S STOKE. o
Milk For Sale
At Paradise farm. Phone tlsl
"m I. O. KXTRICAN.
Stoves For Sale
. , , r " uiinuK room
chairs and bed snrintrs a htirvaln
w 13 MKH. M. H. Nlt'KKIjPEX.
Boots And Shoes.
Ilhave a new line ol Mens' and Bnv' Rnnt.
and eilioea. Come and examine them.
JOHN CO'.VLKs, Shoe shop,
ocl 13. Kouth of post office.
To trade a fine hammerless stint, mm tnr
Wood W CH AS.TKMl'I.K.rcweler
Hay For Sale
For the benetit of our atrawhprrv
who met It hard In marketing their crop, for
the next:! days I will sell good wheal hay
at SU.Wper ton on hoard the cars at Hood
Kiver, iorcasu. ep.."j u. u. HAKTLFY.
Pepartment of the Interior. Unite m.i..
Land Office, The Dalles, oreeon. (let a iuj
A sufficient contest affidavit hnvlng bien
flleil In thla office bv (ieorge Higler ol Hood
River, Oregon, contestant, amount homesti a (
entry No. 11740, made September iO.moLfor me
northwest uuarler iNWU) section 10 township
1 N, range II K W. M., bv
JiksKl'H Si'HWARTZ. Contestee,
In which It la alleged that tne said Joseph
,1.1. : -emeu upun tne land:
that be haa never Improved or riri.i ii.l
on as required by law; that he haa wholly
abandoned said tract and remained awav
for inure than six months next preceding the
date hereof, ami that said tract Is wholly
abandoned and such alleged abandonment is
not due to service In the armv, uavy or ma
rine rorpa of the Tutted Hi! kum .,,.
are hereby notified to appear, respond and
offer evidence touching said allegation nt 10
o cliM-k a. m. on November 10, lam, before the
Ti", XT':". Hl "le l nlted Suites
land office In The I'alles, Oregon.
The said contestant h.vlnu in ..m
davit, Hied October o.mu.set forth facta which
show that alter due dilllgence personal ser
vice of t!u notice can not be made, It la he
by ordered ami dir. cled that such notice bi
given b due and proper publication
....,. .ii. i,A(i, Kecelver.