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2Xood Iiver (Slacier
THUR8DAY, DECEMBER 1, 1904.
Rogue River farmers contributed a
free exhibit of applet to the Lewis and
Clark exhibition. Hood River farmers,
with but one exception, received the
market price for what applet went from
here to the Portland fair. The business
men of Hood River are supposed to put
op a large amount each year for adver
tising the valley abroad, but the farm
ers, nearly all of whom have land for
sale at $300 an acre, contribute nothing
toward making Hood River known to
the outside world. They raise the apples
t a fancy price and expect the city
guys to pay for writeups and booklets.
Does this seem fair?
About a year ago the city of Dallas,
Polk county, installed a water plant
which the board of insurance under
writers inspected and said met all the
the requirements of a reduction of insur
ance. After waiting patiently for the
insurance men to carry out their prom
ise, the city council of Dallas drafted
an ordinance compelling all the Insur
ance companies doing business in the
city to pay an annual license of $100 a
year. Hearing this, the board of under
writers rushes around with an aoIogy
an I the promise that the reduction. can
be expected any day if the council will
hold its breath a little longer.
The Newberg Graphic bewails the
fact that too many wooden shacks are
going up on the main street of that
city. The Graphic is anxious for the
Newberg city council to construct a fire
district, and permit nothing but brick
buildings to be built within the business
portion of the city. Hood River city
council has done this, but none too soon.
Brick buildings make for reduced insur
ance rates, besides giving a much bettei
appearance to the city.
Editor Hicks of the Heppner Times
figures that although land in Morrow
county has advanced in price from $10
an acre this spring to $12.50 and $15 an
acre few sales are being made because
the price is too cheap. Buyers think
the owners too anxious to tell. Wonder
how Hicks would argue about Hood
River land that sells readily at $.125 an
g - i
Complete official returns place Roose
velt's plurality in Oregon at 42,008, but
two votes short of 43,000. Four years
ago the republicans carried the state by
the narrow plurality of 2,117. It is the
wise men who change their minds.
8. A. D. Putor, prominent in the land
fraud cases, will doubtless drop the
points from his numerous Initials after
the trial is over.
TA ADCM MONDAY
"A more elegantly furnished hotel
cannot be found between Portland and
Spokane," remarked a travelini' cigar
man alter "Dad" Fouts had shown him
through the rooms o( the new Wauconia
hotel yesterday morning.
Mr. Fouts will throw open to the pub
lic the new Hotel W scorns nextMon-ky
morning. While not a pretentious
building as to size, nothing has been
spared to make the Wauconia one of
the finest little hotels in the state. The
brick building, three stories in height,
stands for an outlay of $14,000. The
splendid furnishings added another
$3000 to the cost.
1 here are 27 rooms in the building,
every one of them with an outside win
dow. Many of tiie rooms can be thrown in
to auits.and are elegantly furnislieii;wiUi
Brussolls carpet and porcelain bath
tubs. Kicli lace curtains drape the
windows, and white and gold beds com
plete the luxuriant furnishings of the
The windows niwn mi hmail vm ,,!....
extending along the north and east sides
nf tlttt Kinl.lini A : ill a ..i i
w v..v uuiiuiiiu. n uingmuiuvllli view IB
obtained of the Columbia river and the
forest covered mountains on the Wash.
ington bank. Every apartment is light
aim airy anil well ventilated. ISUiHtll
heat is suiinlied to all imrtn of the hnil.l.
ing. Broad halls and stairways lend to
mo auraeuvenesB oi me interior, richly
carpeted and corresponding to the fine
furnishings of the rooms.
The otlice is well lighted and commo
dious. A counter is the handiwork of
Jim Langille, and a fine piece of work
it Is. The main entrance is at the cor
ner, and double doors on River street
open at the foot of the stairs loading to
the second and third floors. South
from the office is a aprciona bar room in
which "Dad" FouU had figured on ex
pending several thousand dollars in
handsome bar-fixtures, if the local o
tionists had not upset his plans. "Dad"
is only hoping something will "drop" in
the way of a legal decision that may
yet give him a chance to dispense drinks
to the thirsty traveling public
A large gold-lettered sign announces
to all observing passengers from the
trains that the first brick building in
eight is the "Hotel Wauconia." A sys
tem ot return call bells afford communi
cation to all parts of the building. Mr.
Fouts says he hat already received re
quests forpermauent rent of rooms, and if
the demand keeps up he declares he
will have to raise the price of the rent.
Fight Will be Bitter.
Those who will persist In closing
their ears against the continual recom
mendation of Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, will have a long and
bitter tight with their troubles, if not
ended earlier by fatal determination.
Read what T. R. Ilea 1 1 of Beall, Miss,
haa to say: "Last rail my wife had
everv svmntnn of mnniininilnn uim
took Dr. King's New Discovery after
everytuiiig else nan miiea. improve
ment came at once and four bottles en
tirely cured her. (iuaraiHeed by Chas.
N. Clarke Druggist. Price AO ols. and
How Ireland (Jot Rid of Bed lluirs.
A lady reader requests us to reproduce
inn rocqie which cooseu neu bugs m
this shack 12 years ago: One ounce of
kerosene oil, 2 ounces liquid ammonia,
ounces turpentine. Put into a
spring oil can and inject it into evrey
crack and place that a bed bug
is likely to hide. Three applications
will entirely rid a room of the pests.
When we bought this shack in prefer
ence to a wood shed for the Observer
home, we ran into billions of bugs.
Sawing off a partition Pe .ples A Florer
left a peck of them on the floor. We
tried everything fought the pests for
two years. Finally the above prepa
ration cooked 'em. Moro Observer.
Court Meets Next Wednesday.
A special session of the Wasco county
court will convene next Wednesday,
December 7, when the petition for the
creation ol an irrigation bonding dis
trict will be presented fur consideration.
t is understood thai ttiere will ue some
opposition to the bonding district by
those who have irrigating water now on
Dance Success, of Course.
The Thanksgiving dance given at the
opera house last inursuay nigni iy
Charles R. McCalley as a decided
success. The stormy weather prevented
many from attending, but those who
went declare it was one of the most en
joyable affairs they have attended this
winter. The tl'xir was in first-class
condition snd Mr. McCalley's music
superb. Miss Ida Brace accompanied
Mr. McCalley on the piano.
Miss Eva Rakcstraw and John Kulley,
both of Hood River, were married Sat
urday evening, November 20, l'.KM, at
the home of the bride's parents; R'iv.
W. A. Klkins of the Valley Christian
church otliciating. The Rakestraw res
idence on Hood Kiver heights was most
tastefully decorated. A duliglillul lunch
wat terveu slier the ceremony was per
formed. The happy pair lefton the 8:30
train tor The Dalles, upon ineir re
turn they will reside near Belmont.
Mrs. M. A. Fuel wss hostess at an
elaborate dinner on Thanksgiving day,
entertaining guests to the number of
ten. The menu was served in lour
courses. I he color scheme oi wiuie
and yellow chrysanthemums was made
very effective as decorations in the
rooms and on the table. Several of
those present added to the enjoyment
of the occasion by rendering some flue
selections oi music.
Those present were Messrs. and
Mesdames (lilbert, Kinsey, McOuire,
Fuel, Mrs. Carnes, Miss Emma Ehrck.
New Building a Credit to Contractors.
The school board . has officially ac
cepted the new school building on the
heights. The four-room building cost
$4000, and is a model city structure in
every respect. Wright & Cunning, the
contractors, deserve the credit of turn
inn over a first-class piece of work.
The rooms are already well tilled, and
it will likely be necessary for the board
to build an addition next spring, to
accommodate the rapid growth of the
town. The pupils of the school have
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reillru a ptuno, tile Dtimriito in
room paying their share of iho expense.
Means Much to Hood River.
Manager E. H. Shopard ot the Hood
Kiver Fruit Growers' union is in
receipt of blank petitions for the n
oointment of a fruit man on the inter
state commerce commission. As the
appointment of such a member from
Oregon would mean much for the fruit
industry ol lloou uiver, ivir. mieparu
urires all fruit men, whether members
of the local ortiuiiiziition or not to call
at the otlice of the Fruit Growers' union
and place their name on the petitions.
Immediate action is necessary iu the
Mrs. McUuIre Entertains.
Mrs. W. B. McGuiro entertained
few friends at her home on River street
last Saturday evening. Music was the
order of the evening, Mr. Thompson
o'clock the guests were invited to the
dining room, where a dainty three
course luncheon was served. At a late
hour the guests departed thanking
their hostess for a decidedly pleuHanl
evening. me list oi those present
included Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gilbert,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kinsey, Mr. Mid
Mrs. G. W. Ihomppon, Mr. and Mrs
r.u ruei, airs. i. A. ruei, misses
Minnie Hunger and Enumi F.lirck.
' Death of Mrs. John Kelley.
Mrs. Kelley, whose illness was re
ported last week, died at her home in
the Crapper neighborhood at 1 a. in
Novemtier 25, 1004.
It is alwavs a Painful tusk to report
the death ol a lellow being, it is vastly
more so to chronicle the demise of
good, kind neighbor nnd friend.
The deceased was an estimable lady
and will he missed by the entire com
munity in which she lived. Besides her
husband, John Kelley, she leaves I
young daughter, Miss Susie and a son
Roy Kelley j also her aged parents, Mr.
and Mrs llengst, one brother, Joseph
Ilengst, and one sister, Mrs. Perry, all
of Hood River valley; arso one sister
Wyoming and one iu Indian Territory
io mourn per loss.
Funeral services were held at the
family residence by llrother Klkins of
the Christian church, after which the
remains were convoyed to the ldlewilde
cemetery lor Interment. W. C. M
A very pretty wedding was solemnized
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Mohron the Fast Side on Thanksgiving
day, when their son, John il. a o hr
vub married to Miss Katheriuu Wehr of
Hood River. The ceremony was per
formed in the presence of the immediate
relatives uy ltisliop C. J. O Keilly of
liaker t'it v.
The bride wore a dress of white
organdie trimmed with white satin,
and bridal wreath and veil, The groom
wore the conventional black.
At the conclusion of the niiirriiiL'c
service an elegant dinner was orvnl.
The table was loaded down with good
things to eat, and beautifully decorated
with white and yellow chrysanthemums.
The young couple received many valu
able presents, among them being sev
eral pieces of silverware and table linen.
Mr. and Mrs. Mohr have a largo
circle of friends in Hood River and
throughout l lie valley who join in
extending heartiest congratulations to
the young people.
School District No. (I.
Report of Mount Hood school for th
month of November. l!K)4:
Number pupils enrolled, 52; whole
numlcr days present, 703l9'; percent
attendance, 9S.5 ; number tardy pupils,
3; number days taught, 18. Miss Nan
vooper, principal; 1'aisy l nomas, as
roll or IIONOK.
Leah Hooth, Walter Larwood,
The pupils of the Mount Hood school
responded generously to the call from
the Hoys and Girl's Aid society liv
bringing in gifts of fruit fresh anil
canned, vegetables, clothing and monev.
The various donations were packed at
the school house and sent on their wav
the Wednesday before Thanksgiving.
One Price to All.
Ladies' Black Jackets, thin year's goods, reduced to $1.80
Ladies' Fur-lined Capes, and extra fine garment, worth every cent of $12.. 9.00
Ladies' Shower-proof Rain Coats, ankle length, reduced to 7.00
We now have the largest and most complete line of Misses' Skirts ever shown
in Hood River. They are all new and of the latest styl s. We guarantee the
price to be the lowest. No trouble to show these goods.
HEART AND ARROW BRAND SHOES.
Now is your time to buy a pair of these famous Shoes while you can get them
at a discount. ,
Men's extra heavy fleece-lined Underwear, per suit '. 90c
We keep the quality up and keep the price down.
NAME TICKET FOR
Some 200 voters gathered
in ai -
opera house Monday evening,
suer to the call for a caucus of the
Citizens and Taxpayers. After a good
deal of waiting, C. A. ISell named J. E.
Rand for chairman. 1 he selection
pleased the members of the caucus, and J
lie ascended the platform amid the
cheers of his friends. J. 13. Hunt was
promptly chosen secretary.
The result of the meeting was the
placing before the voters of the c'ty for
the election, Tuesday, December (I, of
the following complete ticket:
Mayor- A. 8. lilowers.
Council mn 1 1. II. Bailey, E, 8.
Mayes L. C. llaynes.
Recorder T, J. Cunning.
Treasurer E. L. Smith.
The nomination of A. 8. Mowerg for
mayor, the present incumbent, went
through unanimously. Six names wero
put forward for the ollice of councilman
II. II. liailey.C. A. Hell, E. S. Mayes,
G. E. Williams, Win. Pengh, L. C.
llaynes. Chairman Rand appointed
Charley Morse and Jack liagley as tell
ers. Iiallots were distributed, and a
count showed Railey to have received
75 votes, Maves 72, llaynes 05, Peugh
25, Williams 17 and Hell 111.
After the applause following the
decision had subsided, Mr. liell coolly
remarked that he could see nothing to
laugh at. Bailey and Mayes are mem
bers of the present council. One iH a
recognized prohibitionist, the other a
republican. Huynes is a barber and a
democrat, one of the few blue blooded
Icinnc. role. ii. Ibv...'
Cunning. Niekclsen received 34 voles
ami Cunning 44.
Tlio nomination of E. L. Smith for
treasurer went by acclamotion. The
platform of the party was not stated.
1 1 has been learned later that as Mr.
llaynes has a homestead in Idaho, he
is ineligible to the ollice of councilman.
Wednesday night a second caucus was
held in the city hall and the following
ticket, to be known as the citizens'
ticket, placed in nomination:
Mayor Dr. M. F. Shaw.
('oiincilmen Ed Mayes, C. H. Rtrnn
ahan, E. II. llartwig.
Recorder J. R. Niekclsen.
Treasurer Truman lititler.
NEW DYNAMO AT
THE POWER HOUSE
Tho Electric Light Co. expcts to
have the new dynamo in operation to
night. If you notice an improvement in
the lights, credit it to the Light Co. The
new dynamo has arrived ; the provoking
delays have been overcome and an im
proved light service is assured from
The new dynamo arrived Saturday,
and was hauled nut that afternoon un
der the direction of C. K. Marshall.
Since then Manager Vorse has been
busy milking the connections and pre
paring to hook onto the water wheel
and to give the lights their normal sup
ply of "juice."
The new machine, in the terms of
the electrician, is a 120 kilo
watt dynamo. It replaces a 50 kilowatt
machine. In terms of tangible compar
ison, the old dynamo could lurmsh l uu
lamps, while the new one has a capaci
ty of :I0 .0. As the old dynamo khs
taxed to 60 per cent above its capacity,
the new machine should rupplv the
city for several years to come. When
the former machine was put in there
was no idea that the demand of the city
for light would advance at such rapid
Manager orso tells the Ulaeier it is
intended that a new ' and larger power
wheel shall be supplied in the near
future. I he present nuine leading from
the river to the turbine wheel will also
be strengthened, and substantial im
provements will lie made as soon as re
quired. The installing of the new dy
namo has meant a f20o0 expenditure.
The Light Co. has the right to "x H
horsepower from the stream of Hood
river, under its present water right, a
supply suUicient to guarantee plenty o(
power, w hen the How is turned onio a
turbine wheel to operate all the elec
trictal machinery for many years yet
"When the new dynamo was hauled
out Saturday afternoon, and our men
arrived at the gate opening to the road
leading down the hill io the power
house, log chains bound our progress."
said Mr. Vorso. "We remiested the
key to the gate, stating that the gate
was on the right-of-wav of the company.
and that we proposed to go through if
the gate had to be broken dow n. I In
key was refused, but we forced the gate
and went on our wav unmolested. The
the report that we turned back is all
false. We were in the right and didn't
propose to lie thwarted by intimida
At the Churches.
Baptist. Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7 p
m. in Carnnchael hall. J. B. Spight,
Unitarian Regular services Sunday
morning, conducted by Rev. Mr. Nel
Valley Christian Sunday school at'Wiusliip is ifroprietor of Ue Grand
I intend to retire from business, and wish to
close out my stock of
as soon as possible, for cash. I will buy no
more goods, and wish to collect all accounts
due us soon as possible.
GEO. P. CROWELL.
The rain has begun at last, and you cannot afford
to be bothered all week drying your laundry at
home. We wash and dry by steam power, while you
have to do it at-home by hard knocks and lots of
patience. Your laundry work can be done at the
Paradise Laundry cheaply and satisfactorily,
and we guarantee all work to be first-class.
Gentlemen's Clothes cleaned and pressed, 75c to
$1.00. Ladies' heavy Skirts and Dresses, 50c to
f 1.00. . Special work done in washing cotton and
woolen blankets, making them as new, 50c to 75c.
Comforters, plain find starch work at satisfactory
prices. Lace curtains, 50c to 75c.
AVe guarantee all our work to be the best and can
deliver any starch work without danger of mashing
The Paradise Landry is a Hood River In
dustry and with a guarantee of first-class work we
ask for your patronage.
10 a. m. ; preaching at 11 ; Y. 1. S C. E.
at 6:11(1; preaching at 7:1)0; subject
oi eveniniz sermon, Mioses, mil is
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l rosHed me Heil ea. A conlial inv
tut ion is extended to all to attend these
services. W. A. Klkins, nastor.
United Brethren. Sunday school a
10a. ui.; Sermon ut 11 u. m. and
at 7:30 p. m.; Christian Kndeavor at
7 p. in.; prayer meeting at 7:ii0 o'clock
each Wednesday evening. Junior En
deavor at ,'t p. m. All are welcome.
Kv. J. S. Khotids.
.Metliodist-I'reucliing at 11 a. m. and
8 p' ni.; SaUhuth school 10 a. in.,- Kp
worh League 7 p. in, Prayer meeting
Thursday eening. All cordially in
vited. W. Kvans, pastor.
Belmont Chapel. Sunday school at
10, followed by class ineetinu; League at
7; preaching at 8. All are cordially
Lutheran Services next Sunday, Dec
ember 4, at the church near the Colum
bia uurm ry and K. of I. cemetery, 2
Hides from town. Sunday school at 1
p. in. l-.iuilish preaching at 2 p. m. H.
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The Ladies' Aid society of the Cong
regational church will meet on Friday
afternoon with Mrs. Geo. 1'. Crowell.
Mrs. Fowler came down from Wasco
Monday to iend a few days in the city,
visiting her daughter, Corcen Fowler.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Wilson are new
comers in H.khI Kiver, arriving here last
week from Seuppoose. Mrs. Wilson is
formerly fumi Colorado, and sent a copy
of last week's Glacier to her friends
there that they may lieconie acquainted
with this country.
The postponed meeting of Jhe Prin
cipals' club of Wasco county will be
held at the high school rooms, Saturday
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termjon a general program will be rem
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Winshipof
Grand .Forks, X. !., arrived Mondnv :
r.ight, and were guest during the week
ot .M:lonintl Mm. A S Hlou-er Mr
Forks Herald. He and Mayor Blowers
served in the same company during the
c.i. W.., -,!
oi. iiiurHa uuuu oi toe riuscnnai
church will meet with Mrs. bumble
Wednesday of next week
Horace Stewart, or "Ping Pong" as
he is known, tne partner of Dan Mears,
fell in a fainting tit in the door wav of
the Globe Clothing Co., earlv Friday
morning, bystanders assisted turn to
his feet. He was carried across to
Bartmess' store where a physician
attended him, and later he went to his
.rooms at the Thompson house. It
required several hours to bring Stewart
around in consciousness. He says he
never suffered a day's sickness before
in his life. Stewart is a sailor of 20
years experience, having circumnav
igated the globe eight times.
Some "varmint" had ' been making
too free with Fred Borden's iroats and
for several weeks had been living on the
fat of the flock. Being a connoisseur
the animal was not content to take the
common goats, but levied on those reg
istered in the American Angora Goat
Association herd book, taking two of
red a choice fuiay beauties. This was
a little too much for even Fred's gener
ous nature. When he discovered the
second one of his pets had been sacri
ficed to feed his nocturnal visitor, the
air began gradually to assume a blue
tint and disconnected remarks in several
different languages and different de-4
grees of intensity scattered themselves
over the landscape. Fred was feeling
pretty tropical lor a frosty morning
Then he joined his brother George in a
dark conspiracy. At night they placed
some traps about the body of the goat.
The first night was without results,, but
more traps were secured and placed
about the carcas and the following
m truing a very diaguetei bob-cat of
l!l'U proportions greeted Fred when he
went out to look at his traps. The
conver8tt,ion was brief and te p,,inl)
snd Kred now has a fresh hnb-cat tin
to remind hi n of his tf los of
mio I Boat mem. and Georee huattainivl
Hie reiHiiaihin ot lamoua tratmer.
,,v wv-vafc iNtaeuini "ici iuui IWt ill
Don't Come To Me
first, to buy Und; get the other fellows' prices,
then I'll Klvs yon the best bancaliu In thevsl-
ey. w to su acres nn-c lass sp' te imiujiuj
ofoved or unimproved: good neighborhood;
on county road; plenty of water. ,
Wanted at Creaceul Fruit Co s.(arm,4 miles
out on the Kast Side. nlO dl.
To Whom It mav Concern:
Notice la Hereby given mat tne copartner
ship exiatlng between J. L. Koonts and A. M.
Kelley, uoing nnsinesH unaer me name ui uiv
Mount Hood Mill Co., has been dissolved by
miilual oonwnt. All outstandlnK bills Prior
to April 10, IWM, are due and payame to a. m
Kelley. j. lAieij'ni..
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Mount Hood, Oregon, Nov. 15, 1WX. ds
The anonal meeting of the stoCK holders of
tne Hood Kiver Electric L,igni rower anu
WlrlY will be held In theotflceof the com
pany In the ol ty of Hood Kiver in tne slate oi
irexon, on naluraay, uecemoer iu, inn, ai me
hour of 10 o'clock a. m., for the election of a
board of directors and the transaction of oth
er buslnesfl of the corporation.
Don't Buy Land
In Hood Hlver valley, either for fruit rais
ing or asummer borne until vou see Valley
View. Twenty acres, six cleared, house, barn,
wen, sirawDerries. rruit treea, excellent boo,
Dure water, bracing air and matniltlcent
scenery. Price and terms reasonable. Call
onoraddre&s C. A. HICKLE,
octal Hood Kiver, or,
Notice to Water
Any one caught shutting otf water In mains
to make taps will be prosecuted to the full
extent ol the law u ulcus they obtain permis
sion ironi tnis omce. mis is nnai.
HOOD RIVKB FLECTK1C LIGHT
J'28 - A WATER CO
Janitor work done at rearonable prices by
experienced man. Apply to b. w. taono.
Mrs. Louise Goddard would like a reliable
party to take hor houae, turnlshed, rent free,
aud look after the place during her absence
for the winter. Inquire at house in
Crapper district. fdlt e
Two houses. nlO dl E. W. WINAN8.
Four rooms on hill east of W. T. Hansberry
Doaraing nouse. can ana see
dl H.H. Hall
Furnished rooms for housekeeping, at Par-
adlse from. Terminus of Btale street. Phone
OCI6 tf MRS. D. O. ENTRICAN.
Fruit farm. Would consider one with con
considerable Improvements and a gotd or
chard started. Buyer can pay cash and is per
recti responsible. Address J. J. MILLER,
d tW Ski mon st. Portland Or.
A reliable man to rent a good home near
town. Care of place pays rent. Employment
given, particulars at omce or r run urowers
A woman to do i
'. W1LLIH, Odell district.
Fxperlenced waitress wants situation In
hotol or restaurant, Address, Box SM, Hood
mver, ur. u
A girl to do general housework In family ol
tnree. Kour.it a. hanhokn. nuain
Full blooded Ht. Bernard pup, in weeks old,
strong ana neaitny, Deautuu ly marked, wi
be a very large csnlne, at a small price flu.
Call at omce of Edwin A, Henderson for par
A good seven-mom house and two lots. Any.
one desiring a good home will do well to in
vestlgate this. Inquire at the place south
of Hherman avenue nearly oniioslte Congrega
tional cnurcu, li. a. jjiuivinwin. azi
Cheap. Lady's driving horse with colt six
months old. Two-seated covered hack good
as new. at raraaise iarm.
dtl H. STAMM
Two rigs for sale or trade
Good pigs for sale. PETER MOHR.
Household goods, including orirnn. . .
Allnrra. clover, wheat and timothy hay.
ibu ury utiiu woou cut in siove tengtns.
dltf P. I). HINKICHH.R. F. D.2
Pure blooded White leghorn cockerels tl .60
eacn. aiso young puiiet same breed st rea-
sonaoieprices.. MRS. v.c. BROCK.
n 10tf Hood River Or.
Three-year-old Jersey heifer, and heifer
oau six weeks old. Inquire or
nludl 8. L. YOUNG.
r irsuciass secona-nann Kent v nromn
Price 850, or will trade lor hay. Call by phone
J. i". HAKNKI,
E. A. PRATHER, East Side,
will sell my steam womlsaw for KKW. The
saw is in gooa condition aud cost me M17.
n!7d8 F. ). BRACE.
Fresh, clean milk delivered anywhere in
iwnii. "u let Ijuart.
nl"d8 BRUNO FRANZ.
Forty acres of my farm In Crapper district
V miles from Hiw,ri Ulvnr f J.uwt ur,la iunH
t per acre. Easy terms. Unimproved, under
uitcn. jyjii A. A. JAYNK.
6, 10 or 15
acres of apules and
soutu 01 town, win laaesiock of merehan
dlse or town property on payment. A HNAP,
An K-room. well built home hetwAon ti,
two school houses on the hill; formerly the
Tenold cottage. Inquire at Glacier office. d22
High grade Poland China boar pig, six
months old, weighs about 100 pounds, also a
nuiiTKf uuut tiinw-year-nia eon, been driven
rme, is gentie out not wen oroken to bridle.
is natural sacer ana wiumske nne riding anl
nial. Too light for my work. Call at this of-
nee or at uaaaaie ranen. u. N. BYERLEE.
One bald-faced, dark sorrel horse, brmuteii
Non shoulder, f will be paid for his return
to my piace, mount nooa, or.
dS2 JAKE LENZ,
rrom tne roller place one male p six
weeksold. Color black with fewsmall white
Simla. Anyone knowing where he Is and will
phone Mrs. Poller's residence will be suitably
rewarded. nl7rt8 EUGENE LORAL.
Millinery and grocery. Property for lease,
rent low. Inquire of MME. ABBOTT nlotf
$10 Reward $10
For evidence leading to the annrehenxlon
and conviction of parties guilty of larceny,
malicious inlury U), and defacing ot Belmont
M. E. church property on or about October 31,
iwt, ,,r auusrvillt-iit memo.
d!5 TRUSTEES, Belmont Church
KKNOLVKU. That since the condition nr
tne rarmera irrigating alien Is such that we
an oe aoie to iurnisu water to the stock
holders only; be It
KMOLVtii.Tiiiit persons desiring water
for next year's use. should contract for iir
not later man January 1, ma.
ny orner oi tne ooarn or directors,
n'.'Wa M. H. NICKKLHKN. Secretary
Look! Look! Look!-
Does the price you are paying for vonr real
eslale suit your Are you satisfied wlih th,
oargains now onered yon? Ifnolcallon me
ana let me sntiw you oargainsor the first wa
ter. EDWIN A. HENLEK80N.
Insurance Real Estate, Notary Aublic. dltf.
(Timber Ijtnd, Act June S, 1K7S.I
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office. The rwiim
Oregon. October 27, ldOI.-Notlce Is herebt
given that In compliance with the provision,
of the act of congress of June 8, 1S78, entitled
"An set for the tale of timber lands In the
stales of California, Oregon, Nevada an I
Washington Territory," as extended to all
the public land states by act of August 4. 1SS"
CARRIE J. l. ARK
of Hood River, county of Wasco, state o
Oregon, haa this day filed tn this office her
sworn stalemei t No. 2433 for the purchase oi
the Iota ft and S and HKN and NEWS W
sectlou No 6, In township No. i north, rang.
No. 10 E. W. M., and will offer proof I.
show that the land sought Is more
valuable for iu timber or stone than e
agricultural purposes, and to establish hei
claim to said land before George T. Prathei
U. S. Commissioner at his oirtce at HooO
River, Oregon, on the Sd day of February
She names as witnessew .lnrlsnn w vr,.
son, James Ingalls, Lewis W. Clark, Charles
. ntigers. an of Hood River. Oregon.
Anv and all Demons duimliir Avrmmlv
the above-described lands are advised to tile
their claims in this office on nr hntnm n,
said Sd day ot Februay, 1S05,
ntjua MICHAKLT. NOLAN.Register.
Card or Thanks.
I wish to thank the
M kitllilv avifltt-kit trtM .lupum il.u aiL
Ut88 &nU aealn 01 01V WlIC
T. G. Husband.
T or Sale The Abbott Store property
on the hill. Price, $3,000.
The M. M. Davenport 4 acres, nice
new residence, $1700. Terms easy.
14 acres across the road from the 51.
M. Davenport residence. $60 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, H utiles from Bar
rett school house, $1,100.
A 20 acre tract unimproved, 1 miles
from the Barrett school house, 6 acres
The NV a of M V K, Bee. 4, Tp. 2 N.,
R. 10 E, 40 acres. Price $2,000. $500or
more cash, balance in live years.
Lots 1 and 2, nik. 2, Winans add. to
Ilood River for $3o0 each.
The NE Va of SW and the NWJ4 of
SE J, 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 6
Money to loan.
Hanna house and lot, $2,000.
The new company now offers for sale
lots formerly belonging to the Hood
i . .- rr, : i i i.
mvur iowusiie company, ui wuicn 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 iu Waucoma Park audi
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 SEi for $600, the NEJ
for $700, or the for $3500. One
third cash, balance time at 8 per cent.
The Hunt place 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 ia
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 go in to
gether and each secure a part. Must all
be sold at once. Terms half or more cash.
Mrs. Clark's 1)4 acres on the hill for
sale or rent; house $10 a month, with
land $15; selling price $1,500; renter
mutt 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; tine
timber land ; $10 an acre.
9. The b-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
ami water power; $1,000.
llloek 1, I'arkhurst addition to Ilood
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.
Lots 10, 11, 12, block 5, Wauconia ad
dition; improved; price $1,600; or
more cash, balance, 1 year, 8 per ceut.
The 10 acres owned by H. 8. 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 jcorner
store building to lease. Store building
can also be bought.
For Sale Four-fifths interest in the
M. 0. Wheeler 160 acres near Hood
For Sale Residence on State street at
head of Front; $2,500, including 3 lots.
For Sale or Exchange for Hood River
property Fine residence in business
center of Sumpter.
For Sale Good farm with stock and
goats for sale or rent. Farming imple
ments. First-class Surveying Outfit
At the Emporium are kept 2 flrst-class
transits and solar attach
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 plattinir.
From and after this date, April 9, 1903,
the rates will be as follows: $10 a day;
Lot corners established f r $5 a lot;
two contiguous for one owner, the
Timber Land Act, June 8, 1K78.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. '
United States Land Office, The Dalles. Ore.
gon, May 23 MM. Notice Is hereby given
that In compliance with the provlslous of the
act of congress ot June 3, 1H78, entitled "An act
for the sale of timber lands in the states, of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Terrllorv." as extended to all the Piihll I -h
States by act of August 4, 1HH2,
OEOKUE A. WRIGHT
of Hood River, county of Wasco, stale of Ore
ion, has on March S4, 1901 filed In this office
Ills SWIim Statement No '"HI for the nnmhuua
of the lot No. 1, of section No. 8 in township
Nn. 2 north, range No. 9 E. W. M. and will
offer proof to show that the land sougt t Is
more valuable for Its timber or stone than fos
agricultural purposea, and to eslablish bis
claim to said land before the register and
receiver ol Uilsofflee at The Dalles, Oregon,
on the Kith day of December, 1H04.
ne names as witnesses: James Chltty,8mlth
w. Curran ot Vienio. Ores-on: orln n linn lev
of Hood River, Oregon: Robert WrlahU of
Any anil all persons claiming adverof.lv th
above described lands are requested to file
Ihelr claims In this office on or before said
16th day of December, 1904.
a'lo QIR MICHAEL T. NOLAN.Register.
(Timber Land. Act June 8, 1878
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'nited Htate Und nrttra Th ltoiiu
gon. Nov 11, MM. Notice is hereby given
tltHt In compliance with the provisions of the
act of congress of June S, 1878, entitled "An act
for the sale of timber lands in the states of
California. Oregon, Nevada and Washington
1 err itstrv "as iitriul all . v. ? .a
- . j , . .. iu i , , n,c uuuuv Lrflllu
States by act of August 4, lxM,
ami's w . LKANB
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Oregon, has this day filed In this office his
sworn statement No. S444. for the purchase ol
the lots 3 and 4 and NVrsw of section No. S3,
in township t nortb, ranges E. W. M , and
will offer proof to show that the laud
tltfht is niftra vulxuKla r... .1
- ----- - .... im timucr or
stone than fnr ai,rli.iiltiiMl . . .
establish his claim to said land before
OeorgeT. Pre I her, United Mates Commis
sioner at his office at tiond River, Oregon, on
Hf tlHIn PH A W 1 1 nMiiM Ulan tTikI.L F
C. Nealt?iBh, iwis E. Morne and WUllan F.
tuina nil of Hood River, Oregon.
Any nnd all person claiming tidverwly
the above described landiiare requeied to file
thtoir flairvta in ti.l. t
said 2d day of February lmfc.