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3food Iiver Slacier.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1905.
The Oregon Timber-man appears for
February with a handsome colored cover
page, picturing the "Passing of the Ox
Team." Bro. Cromwell well deserves
the success he is attaining with hie
Will somobody suggest a name for
the now school building of the city?
The Ciluf iur will bo glad to publish all
the immiiH i-ont in, and it relieves the
board will do the selecting in good
shape. It is ho awkward to rofor to do
the school on the hill. State-street
school and I'ark street school do well
enough, but the Hill school, never.
A for-reut bIku hangs in the win
dow of a building near this office
where a clothing store attempted to
business withont advertising. That
kind of business may have been well
enough years ago, but the up-to-date
merchant goes after the trade with ju
dicious advortlMomoutg. Everything
may como to him who waits, but
to hi in who goei after it, success is
sure to come.
Lee W. Henry, editor and proprietor
of the Jacksonville Sontinol, has the
following kind words for the Glacier
and Hood River. Hut take note, Jiro.
Henry, that our population is lHtA),
Instead of 1500. We hope to double
it the coming year :
One of the boat weeklies In the state
of Oregon is the Hood Hirer (Jlnrinr,
a seven-column quarto, all home
print. It is the only paper in a hust
ling town of I'iOO, located on the
south bank of the mighty Columbia,
in the heart of one of the liest fruit
auctions in the world. The writer
visited Hood River diiriuu the straw
berry season this last summer anil
was much im pressed with the little
city and the rich region which sur
rounds it. He was also favorably im
pressed with the 01anli.tr and its pos
sibilitios. With the development of
that section and the growth of the lit
tle citv. We see bv tho last issue of
that interesting paper that their in
creased business has uinilo necessary
tho installation of a $1000 Simplex
Editor Cinder is making a splendid
paper of the White Salmon Enterprise.
Tho paper is breezy and full of crlst
news. With tho groat improvement
in tho Enterprise it would be consist-
out for tho business men of that
thriving little city to enlarge their
advertising patronage. Editor Qln
dor deserves it.
The town of White Salmon now has
a population of 187 peoplo a very
respec.lablo showing when you con
sider this is an Increase of 110 per cent
over last year. Bays the Enterprslo :
White Salmon is bound to grow. She
has the country behind her and is
beautifully situated and all she neods
is a good, strong, steady pull and a
pull till together by her citizens. Wo
can soon have a nice little city hero,
as large at least as Hood River. The
start is made and the groatest dllll
eulty overcome We have no kick
against the little city across the river,
and she fiimlshoa a very good exam
ple of what we can do if wo try. White
Salmon has just as good country back
of lior and a good deal more of it
than has Hood River. Now why
should not While Salmon bo as large
as Hood River In tho near future?
There is no good roasou why not. It
will bit, and thoso of her citizens who
are huntinu around for reason why it
will not bo, are simply croakes who
do not know what they are talking
about. Of course this country is not
as far advanced in population aul
J , i . II I I.'i....H ....llr.
lllipi OVUIUUIILB IIS IIUUU -VLVU1 VttlH..
a ud it may take sovoral years to get
things moving here as tuey are over
there, but tho time is bound to come
when this side of the river will lie
as populous, prosperous and wealthy
as tho Urogou side.
ROAD UP THE VALLEY
J. 0. Ainsworth, one of the principal
stockholders of the First National bank
of this city, who was up from Portland
Jiipsuav, lo auunu mo annual meeting
of the directors and stockholders of the
hanking house, spent a few minutes
looking about the city, and expresHci
himself as very much impressed with
the progressive business spirit so maiii-
ICHl HI J lOllll IVlVfl.
"These brick buildings please me
very much, "commented Air. Ainsworth.
"They are very metropolitan in con
struction in fact there is none better in
Portland. 1 visited your flouring mill,
ami was particularly interested in that
water power system now being Installed.
That Pol ton wheel is a wonderful ar
rangement for developing such an
amount of power. One of my old pro
fessors was the originator of the Pel Ion
"An electric railroad np the valley
would mean much for your city. At
tho banquet to the railroad ollicials in
Portland last week, Mr. Cotton, attor
ney for tho Southern Pacillc, suggested
tiiat allradroads of the -Northwest Miould
unite in the construction of a railroad up
Hood Kiver valley to .Mount Hood, lit
is anxious to see this accomplished, and
believes the railroads should co-operate
for advertising the road as one of the
greatest attractions for tourists in the
country. It is possible that something
like tins will bo accomplished lit the
"Mr. fUtibbs, Irallic director for the
Harriinan lines, estimates that next
summer the railroads entering Portland
will bring to that city an aerag of
7lK.ll) people a day. Many of these visi
tors could be Induced to make the trii
no the Columbia to Hood River and
Mr. Ainsworth was well pleased with
the business developed by tho First
National bunk since its establishment
here Juno 1, last year.
Mr. Ainsworth is interested with oth
er capitalist in the proposed power
plant on the utile lute .salmon, htir
vevors have boon in tho held taking
measurements of the water power that
can he devcl"ped there, and if the pro
ject looks good to the men with money,
a plant will las established for the de
veloping of electrical power to la) trans
mitted to Portland, where it will be
used by the Consolidated Street Railway
Afraid of Strong' Medicines.
Many people suffer for years froni
rheumatism pains and prefer to do so
rather than take the strong medicines
usually given for rheumatism, not
knowinir that oulck relief from pain
may be had simply by applying Cham
berlain's Pain Balm and without taking
any medicine internally. For sale at
NO NEWS FROM
At a late hour vesterdav afternoon no
word had come from Salem concerning
the fate of Cascade countv at the hands
of the senate. There. Is a feel i nit of de
pression in the city lest tho bill will
meet too strong opposition in ine upper
Monday the measure passed the lower
muse without a dissenting vote. It is
now in the hands of the senate commit
tee, which committee it is said will
make a favorable report whenever the
flood River delegation at Salem think it
is the proper time to take a vote on the
bill. According to the Oregonian, the
Cascade county hill was to come up in
the Senate either Wednesday or il.urs
day. A Salem dispatch to the Oregonian of
Wednesday fays: "Those from Hood
River and vicinity who are working
night and day for the passage of the bill
are: Ieslie lintler, A. r. isatenam, jonn
Leland Henderson, Ir. J. 1'. Watt, Hr.
K. C. Urosius, Captain A. Winans, C.
Dathman, A. M. Kelsay, J. Mosier.C.T.
Karly, L. K. Morse, C. L. Gilbert and
K. II. Shepard.
.hist as sure of the defeat of the lull
andinstas untiring are the following
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irom ine mutes, r.. o. iunnv, i. ..
Walther, E. C. Pease, Dr. E. K. Fergu
son, Judge A. K. Lake, B. S. Hunting
ton, II. J. Maier, judge it. ;. i.iaaciey
and I). J. Conner. Tho Dalles people
rely largely upon the power of Senator
When ilon ot 1 lie I'ain'B to am me
Jayno bill in the Senate."
Favorable for Cascade County
Drooping spirits were revived later in
the afternoon by a telephono message
from Dr. BrosiiiB, who stated he would
come home last night and that in his
opinion tho outlook was favorable for
Farmers Fight Lumber Company.
Hnnciiil to tho (llacier.
White Salmon, Wash., Feb. 1. The
Enterprise makes the announcement
that, a tenmorarv restraining order has
been issued out of tho superior court of
Klickitat county directed to t he Menom
Inee Lumber company, with the irriga
linn companies of Trout Lake and vi
einitv as nlaintiffs. The lumber com
pany has a franchise for tho improve
incut of the White Salmon river am
tlin use of the same for logging pur
poses, which franchise, according to the
prayer of the plaintiffs, is subsequent to
the ri.hts of tlie irrigation companies.
In operating the waters of this river and
its tributaries it is auegeo mm me
lumber company has interfered with the
prior rights of the irrigation companies
by damming up the water and thereny
causing at times a diminution of the
water In the irrigation ditches Itolow the
amount claimed in their water rights,
and at other times causing the head
gates of the ditches to be washed out
and the ditches to bo overflowed and
The suit is brought for tho purpose of
adjudicating tho rights of the litigants
and to secure a permanent order against
the lumber company, permanently re
trainiuir them from interfering with
the rights of the Irrigation companies.
The lumber company, it is claimed,!
offer to build flumes to connect the
waters of the river above the dam Willi
the ditches of the plaintiff, but the
proposition is not agreeable to tho irri
Tending the descisioii of the su
perior court on the temporary injunction
proceedings, against the Menominee
Luuilior Co., all tho longing camps along
the river have been closed down. About
KiO men are directly affected by the
May do Over I'nlll June Term.
Special to the Glacier.
Goldendale, Wash., Feb. 1. "It is
too early as yet to know w hether the
suit of the Trout Lake farmers vs. the
Menominee Lumber company will come
up at this term of court or not," remark
ed County Clerk H. 1. Sunderland,
when questioned regarding the case.
"The parties to the action may want
to put it off until the jury term, which
is fn Juno.1'
HOOD RIVER APPLES
EXHIBITED IN OHIO
And now the story comes from Xenia,
Ohio, that T. O. Mason, brother of A. I.
Mason of this valley, has a do.i'ii Hood
Uiver apples covered with a preserving
thud, in a large glass jar, and placed in a
show window of hii grocery Htore,
where the fruit is admired and talked
about by his customers.
'1 he apples were secured by T, ().
Mason from a portion of tho exhibit
made by President Mason at the St.
Louis world's fair. The people in that
country never saw such line apples, and
Masois brother never loses an oppor
tunity to put in a good word for the val
ley where they are grown. Next.
Woodmen to Assist Neighbor Cunning.
Noi.hbor J. K. Carson of the
Woodmen of the World camp of this
citv has reuuested the publication of
the following notice:
"On account of the misfortune
of Nel-hbor II. A. Cunning,
he being almost totally disubled
in one hand, notwithstanding be has
been out of employment for months,
we the noinhliors of I 'amp No 770 agree
to help in building him a house. Work
will beifin Mondav and continue until
completed. All neighbors are invito
to come with tools, etc., or nnv other
person who baa a dav or so to donate
The building will be erected near his
father's residence, T. J. ('mining's."
That Tickling in the Throat.
Due minute alter taking Hue Minute
Cough Cure that tickling in the throat
is gone. It acts in the lb rout not the
stomach. 1 1 arm les- good lor children.
Sold by li. K. Williams.
To Make Spruce Specialties.
Operators of small mills will be inter
ested ill the project of a plant for the
manufacture of spruce specialties w hich
is expected to begin operations soon al
The Dalles. This will atl'ord a good
market for the spruce cut in this terri
tory, since the consumption w ill amount
to about a quarter of a million per
The material used is a mill run of
good butt and second logs, but the mill
is complied for handling all kinds of
spruce and other forest products. In
terested parties should address
fc. JHiuiK, lhe t alumct,
A Big Drive in Shoes.
You have all seen the large advertisement in all the leading periodicals ad
vertising the American Gentlemen Shoes and the White House Shoes,
boil, of which retail at $3.50 and $4.00. We are selling these shoes and we
know that they are good shoes and worth the $3.50 and $4.00.
Here is a chance to try these shoes at a good saving. Commencing Friday,
February 3, and continuing one week, we will sell the American Gentleman and
t lie White House Shoes for
These Shoes are made
A SWELL SHOE
made in all
this is ONE
Special to the (llacier.
The Dalles, ur., reD. J. lesieruay
afternoon district Attorney Menefee
liled direct information against P. F.
Fouls, Seneca Fouls, John Morrison and
(!. K. llavward charging them with
violating the prohibition law by keeping
their saloons open at Hood Kiver. Sher
iff Sexton has arranged fur having them
:irrested and they will be brought to
(his city to answer to the charge.
It is understood that the district attor
ney is anxious to get a hearing on these
cases as quickly as possible.
Up to yesterday afternoon no arrests
had been made of the local saloon men,
and the doors of the liquor shops still
swing open. Jt is possible that prosecu
tion of the case will depend somewhat
on the settlement of the suit of Fouls
vs. the City of Hood Kiver, which comes
up in the circuit court next week.
l.att Friday several Hood River citi
zens were called to The Dalles to testify
before Hit district attorney whether or
not liquor is being sold in Hood Kiver
contrary to the local option law.
Among the witnesses examined were
K. It. Itiadley, J. J. Lackey, P. F.Brad
ford and K. S. Olinger.
Will Hear Fonts Case Monday.
Special to the Glacier.
The Dalles, Or., Feb. 1. The case of
1'. F. l'outs vs. the City of Hood River
will come up for hearing before Judge
W. I., liradshaw of the circuit court
This information is furnished by W,
It. Wilson, attorney for plaintiff. Fouta
is tiling to recover rebate on his saloon
license. Complaint was tiled January
5. January 14 the city, through its at
torneys, fessrs. Carter A Kaley and
liullo'ray & McCnurt of Pendleton, filed
a demurrer to the complaint.
St. Marks guild will meet with Mrs.
W. (). Snow next Wednesday.
The protracted meeting at the U. B.
church is continuing with good interest.
Presiding Elder Neff will be here next
The Best Physic.
When you want a physic that la mild
and gentle, easy to take and certain to
act, always use Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. For Sale at Will
Advertised Letter List.
January 30, 1!W.
Jones, Nora Owen, Mrs.
Pitt, Mrs. c o S. 11. Sutton.
Cornell, G. W. Mcintosh, Henry
Plank, C. F. Siseon, C M.
VeUr, W. II. Com. of horticulture.
W. M. YATES, P. M.
Mrs. Henry II. Hardman and four
children arrived Sunilav from Kantss to
join her husband, who has taken a home
stead adjoining the Knff place in the
Mount Hood district. Mrs. Hardman's
mother is a full cousin of S. F. Illythe.
File in the mountains will be a new ex
perience for a Kansas woman, but Mrs.
Hardman thinks she will like her new
Bargains In Land.
5 acres strawberry land, 4 acres
cleared; 21 lierries, 2 small' cottages, 3
miles fiom citv, (1100; (il00 cash.
Sa3 acres 3 miles out, tl in cultivation,
Io0 apple trees 2 rears old, 2acrcs straw-
Is-rries, 2 acres hav, (1100; (750 cash;
nice cottage and outbuildings on this.
Sightly lot and fine new 6-roomed
house on" hill, (1100; (t00 or more cash.
Four lots and cottages containing lat
ent improvements, electric lights, auto-
Eetailers of Everything to Wear.
in Box Calf, Velour Calf, Vici
yr. i miit u.!
is a Bargain Day
matic apparatus, etc., center of town,
(2100; easy terms.
Two lots two blocks from post office,
550 ; also residence and two lots same
Elect Smith Vice President.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the First National bank of Hood
River, heldTueiday afternoon, resulted
in the election of the following officers:
F. S. Stanley of Portland, president;
E. L. Smith of Hood River, vice presi
dent; directors R. Smith, F. H. Stan
ley, J. C. Ainsworth of Portland ; John
W. llinrichea, E. L. Smith of Hood
River. E. O. Blanchar was re-elected
"We are very well pleased with the
business of the bank," remarked Presi
dent Stanley to a Glacier reporter. "In
fact the result of the first six months
has exceeded our expectations. We feel
satisfied that in a short time wo can in
crease the capital stock to (50,000."
At the Churches.
United Brethren. Sunday school at
10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Junior
Endeavor, 8:30 p. m. Christian En
deavor, 6:45 p.m. Preaching at 7:30.
All are cordially Invited. Rev. J. S.
Lutheran. Services will be held
again next Sunday, February 6 at the
church two miles south of town. Sun
day school at 1 p. m. Divine services
2 p. m. H. J. Kolb, pastor.
Riverside Congregational W. C. Oil
more, pastor. Sabbath school at 10 a.
m. Worship, children's service and
sermon at 11. The evening meeting at
(1:30 for young people will be of special
interest, it being Christian Kndeavor
dav. Address. 7:30 "The Great Reli
gious Awakening," a review of present
Unitarian. Sunday school at
ni. I'reaching service at it a. m.
ject of morning sermon, "How I Became
a Unitarian." Evening service. Round
table at 7 :30 p. m., with papers on the
subject, "Lions in the Way." These
evenimr services are for all earnest seek
ers after truth, whose free and honest
expression of mind is weicomea. u.
Jamison Nelson, pastor.
Valley Christian. Sunday school at
10 a. m. ; illustrated sermon at 11 ; Y. P.
8. C K. at 8:30: preaching at 7:W
A cordial invitation is extended to all to
attend the services of the day. W . A.
Free Methodists. Quarterly meeting
services at Holman hall, February 3-5,
1H05. Preaching service Friday even
ing, Saturday evening and Sunday morn
ing. Orhcial meeting Saturday, at s p.
m. Everybody invited. 1). E., E. W .
Baptist. Regular preaching services
at Carmichael's hall every 1st and .'Id
Sunday morning and evening; Sunday
school every Sunday at 10 a. in. Cove
nant and business meeting the first
Wednesday night in each month. J.H.
Methodist Preaching at 11 a. m. and
8 p' m.; Sabbath school 10 a. in.; F.p
worh League 7 p. m. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. All cordially in
vited. Y. C. Evans, pastor.
The W. C. T. U. will meet again Feb
ruary 7, at two o'clock, at the U. B.
In season. Popular varletlM In any quantity
after April IS. T hO. CALKINS.
Please Return Pick.
A, U. Moe reqneata that the party who
borrowed hit pick will plena return IU
Stockholder of the East Fork Irrlxatlni
coin pany take notice that their annual meet-
Ing will be held In Baker A Oo'a omos ouSalur-
day at 1 o'clock, February is, ltt
fJ-ls l. R. UONfc, I'realdeiit
?&ju hjuiay in tuw ti lv nrw v
SHOE jl Y
Kid and Patent Colt.
WITH THE CHARACTER '
. ..i.ijaa- A, -a- fl i ' I
You will find these Shoes
at Hood River's Best Store
THE PARIS FAIR
with US. 7
Wanted one or two doien chickens state
price and breed. jab. m. tax iajk,
v Kt R. K. I). So. 1
wn i ml. I havA stl Aftrea of fine anDle. straw
berry and garden land with six acres orchard
stnrtetl and five aires bearing berries and
IK am m nuilv to ulant this snrlnn. I want
capable and responsible man to take eliarue
ol and Cevelop the ranch. The position will
he m.minnpnl to Hie rmht man on a salary
and nrofli uliarlnit haul. I refer t Bailer A
Co. of Hood Hlver to whom please apply. IV
Afresh cow wanted, to be a good Bnllker,
nxm 4 tod years old. Addrcai
fia on Uoardmau pai,
Wantid-Plain aewlna or housework.
Jan 19 . O. L. HIUDON, Hood Kiver.
Wanted, work of any kind, by reliable man.
Call on U. BtacK at u. w. hikks ouoe ouop.
for rent, the new store building south of
Gill's store on the heights apply to
BIB H.C. HATEHAM
Two furiilBhed rooms in new house, light,
heal and bald; gentlemen preierrea.
K J3 MRS. J. W. HltiBY, West Oak st.
Two nlcelv furnished rooms to rent.
quire of Mrs. H. C. McUUIKE, River street.
S-roora cottage for rent. M. t. JACOBS, J
Three nice furnished rooms and pantry for
llirlit housekeeping to renl. water in room.
W ill be vacant alter January 2tl.
w. r . jauuiss.
tat. Monday. January SO: a purse enntal
lna betweei 170 and ftf. I think It waa left
on theeounlerof the First National Bank, I
will pay 111) reward to the fluder.
IStf P- f. FOUT8.
Lost between livery stable and boat landing,
marble top for drenser. Return lo H'wd River
Transfer Co. for reward.
Lost, between F. A. Cram's store and Booths
small pacKage dry goods. Finder please leave
at Apple Urowera union.
Ijinre oorketbook full of flies and other tlxh
tackle, somewhere between the river and
Jackson 'a iore. Kinder please return lo me
and accept my uinnss.
Jan IS F.HW1W A. HENUKR8QN,
Found between Barrett School and Barrett
ranch, a sack ot mill feed, which the owner
ran have by calling at Brayford'n store and
paying lor this nonce. res
Found about Christmas a quantity of tick
ets. Owner can have same by roving prop,
erty and paying for this notice.
Ri) MKS. A. R. HAYES.
While Tam-o-shanter cap found and left at
this ortlce for Hie owner.
Taken up at mv Eaat Hide farm dark red
cow; two splits In right ear; bit out of end of
left car; branded n on lore nip, uwner can
have same by paying charges.
fis r. M. JAOKBON.
Slraved, two-vear-old heifer, branded "OR"
Leave word at E. T. Folia. ft
Strayed, yearling heifer,
Helongs to rl. Locke.
red, tail napped.
M. H. Nlckelsen, secretary of the Farmers'
lrrigallng Co., gives notice that be will be
found at the office of Geo.T. Prattler every
Saturday from now until March I, to at
tend to any bo-lnefsof the company.
Janitor work done at rearonable prices by
ej perlenced man. Apply to E. W. CROSS,
Not I re Is hereby given by lhe Hood Kiver
Wmr Supply Co., that all implication fbr
wilier be made before Keb. i, lvVk. No applt
ffttlon will be coDaltlered where last year's
water la unpaid f Uy Oder of Board,
F. C. Sherrieb, Pre. F. O. Churcb. 8ec.
All kinds ol carpet weaving. Rags made
from old carpets. MKM. GoUSEY.
ft tf Hood River Heights.
Hide will be received br the board of SI rect
ors of school district No. 3 lor SO lo 7G cords of
. body fir wood, delivered. All bids must tat
I In by teb. u, at 12 o clock noon.
r H. T. UK WITT, Clerk
Mateb span fray mares-good .eneral par
pom team. HarDeaa, wagon, apple '.rack ana
two-ton sprln.s. tilt JOE w IIHON'
Dry land elover hay for sate by v
uA mintftin tvnewrtter for sale cheap.
or will renl to responsible partle a. Call at the
Jiacler omoe. ,
Grubbing machine, with m feet of came,
nearly Dew. For sale or will trade ror wagon
txs i.A.HAHltn.riHniw ' "
Reasoned nine wood In 4-fnot length; price
13.25 per cord on the iround In town.
12 &CV.I. I nr.nnniit....
Annie land for sale on the famous Willow
fnrtv aares. U cleared. A snap atJ3,:iuu,
or anyone desiring all cleared land can have
same lor h.vjuj. . l i ,,... .
LOOK AT THIS-The location Is right, tne
price U right A good 7-room nouse ami
pantry. Fine oak shade treen, 2 lots
south aide of Sherman avenue one block
south of the opera house. Call at nr,- m lues.
d&i It. A. unn-icinw.
Cow for sale, also Incubator SK4 capacity.
Phone 1294 r. fl ,E A. rRATH bft.
Carrot 40c per sack or S per ton at my
place. fie J. V- uuw-
If you have a box factory you want to
move to anew leeatlon where you can have
water power, address J. T. NEALEIOH.
Saddle, hack, heavy wagon, c roan-out saw,
ledge, eook stove for sale cheap for cash.
f J AM UK A. COOK, B. 1). 1.
Mteam boiler for sal' cheap. Eight horse
power. or further aariicuiam mi 'u
lot tor sale directly west of Park
The Dalles, Or.
Any onantlty of dry wood for sale, either
nine or slab. Am also prepared to saw with
team wood saw. aall oo or phone Main til.
f " r iifcu imwfj.
One of the most slghlly locations In Hood
River valley lor sale. ,an on or '
j ff W . Li. tan c. ii. . '
A good eook stove for sale, Inquire of
W. L. I'AKNKH, R. F. D. 1.
For sals, cross cut saw, or will exchanuc for
..out.. umJimH Ilti,.tnth Hnclr ronfittrK
rnoneiawi. is .r.w.
Good timothy hay at Harbison's J15 a ton.
For tale. No. i Smith Grubbing Machine;
been run only g days. Will sell at a bargain.
Kearly a net m oaDia. w . c. uwour.,
AlfarTa. clover, wheat and
a lan A rv ttln wood nilt in RtO
n stove lengtns,
IiU jr. Ui nuinilfua, .
. ' .. r. iiiuuiiiUU It L' H
Forty arret of my farm In
Good apple land,
7Vj milea from Hood River.
$30 per acre. r.ay
terms. Unimproved, under
A. A. jAinc
Wnr a ahort time I offer 825 acres of land
ri.hl an tha I'nlnmhiH for I43MI.UU cash. Uver
inn aaresean be easily irrigated, ran oi tins
innrnal la not siirnaHsed for fruit in the in
lira Paelflc Northwest. Balance (SO to 100 acres)
bant of alfalfa land. If not sold will wan I one
or twa renters (married). Best of tenna; abun
dance of water lurnixneu. ur win win iim
acreaHO Irrlgabls) with water for 8I.SX) 00 on
time. H. BTUEHCK. Arlington, Ore. J Is
In theConnty Court of the Btute of Oregon
for Wasco uoumy.
in ha mailer of tlifl rjetltion of J. li. H hoe-
maker ana omen ior ine lurniaiiun oi
an Irrigation district In the county ol was-
to and state of Oregon.under the provision
nfehanter V of Title XXXIX of Helllllger 4
Cotton's Annotated codes and stalutesol lhe
state or Oregon.
To the Honorable county court of the state
ofOiegonior wasco couniy
The undersigned petitioners respectfully
show to the court:
Flrat-Tliat said petitioners, whone names
are subscribed hereto, hereby propone the
organisation of an irrigation dibtrict, un
der the provisions of the act of the legislative
assembly oi ine suite 01 urtgim upiHuveu
February au, nwo, toe same ueiug vuupier
nfTiiia XXXIX of Uelllnner & COitou s a
notated codes and staiuuisoi urcgon anu sum
district whensoorganlied to have lhe powers
conferred, or mat may nereaiier oe conierreu,
hv law noon said irriaation district, and said
petitioners hereby pray for an order ol the
couri.inai.saiu uibuiui. w wiguim uuut.
the provisions of the law atxive mentioned.
Haramri That, said petitioners are a major
ity and more than II fly of the holders of title
and eviuenceoi line tu minis .nunieu iu nam
nronoanri district hereinaiter described which
are susceptible of Irrigation from a common
and combined source and by the same system
of works, and propose the organization of an
Irrigation aistrict, us uunu. ui- utsunueu
for the purpose of irrigating the lands wlthl
Third That said proposed district lies
wholly within Wo county, state of Oregon
and la more particularly uesunueu as lunuws,
Commencing at a point on the south bauk
of the Columbia river, wuere ine same intei
aaeu the section ne between sections ai unu:c
in township II north, range 10 east, and run
nlng thence south to tne yiiarler-secllon
corner between sections a ana o in townsnin
north, rauge 10 east; thence west one mile to
the quarter-section corner between section
6 In township, north range 10 bast and sec
tion 1 in township 2 north, range 0 east:
thence south two and a half miles to the sec
tion corner common to sectious IS and IS
in township? north, rauge 10 east and lit an
24 In townships north, range cum; thence
west one-half mile to the quarter-section cor.
ner between said sections 13 and 'M: thence
south one mile to the quarter-sec I Ion corner
between sections M ana Bt in townships! north
range, V east; thence west to the seclion cor
ner common to sections '23, '24, 2o and 20 I
said township and rauge; tiience southweHt
to the center of said section thence soul.
one and one-half miles to the township line
at the quarter-section corner between section
85, township 2 north, range M east, and section
2. township 1 north range U east: thence enst
along aatdltownshlp line to the point where the
same intersects the left bank of the stream of
Hood river; thence down along the left bank
of tlood river to trie point where me sum
intersects with the lrrigallng ditch of lhe
Farmers' Irrigating Co., thence along the
north and west line of said Irrigating ditch
to the township line between townships
2 north and ' three north to the section
corner common to sections 33 and M in
townships north, range to east and sections
8 and 4 In township 2 north, range 10 eust;
tbenca north one mile to the section corner
common to sections 27 ,2S, 33 and 34 in township
8 north, range 10 east; thence wei on the sec
tion Hue to where the same Intersects ttie
south bank of lhe Columbia river; thence
down and along the south bank ol wild
river to the place ol beginning.
The petitioners whose names are hereto
subscribed, hereby represent that tbey are a
majority of the holders of title and evidence of
title to the lands situated In the proposed dis
trict above described.and they hereby,petitlon
for the formation and orgsnlzaliou of said
district under the provisions of law above
mentioned - and referred to, and that the
county court above named make an
order that there shall be three directors
for said district and that they shall
be elected by the di&lrict at large, and
also for such other and further reliel as to
the court may seem Just.
Said petitioners also hereby give notice that
the loregolng petition will be presented to the
count v court of the state of Oregon lor Wasco
county at the regular March term thereof,
and that the same will be so presented on
Wednesday, the first day of March, ltw.3, at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., and that this no
tice will be published for lour consecutive
weeks prior to said uate in ine iioou ruvu;
Olacier, a weekly newspaper of renersl clt
eulalloo primed and published In Wasco coun
ty, Oregon, the date of the first publication
tnereot uenui aiateu oeiow.
J. H. Shoemaker
C. E. Markham
B. F. Hhoemaker
W. L. Nichols
J. W. Ingalla
F. C. Hherrleb
B F. Moses
O. R. Abernathy
H. F. Atwood
A. J. Rogers
U B. Wiison
U E. Hart
Fred N. Rorden
John A. Wilson
F. N. Dornhecker
Mrs. I. C. Nealeigh
Menominee Lbr Co
F. R. Absten
J. F. HelmeJ
Isaac Van Hlaraonm
C. C. JantKen
Jos. Frailer, Jr
J. O. Eastman
G. R. Cast tier
F. L. Eastman
H. E. lllocher
H. A. Moore
K. Duncan Martin
W. A. Eadelman
J. K BIOD8
J. J. Jordan
U. W. Ktranahan
F. H. Martin
F. W. Angus
J. B. Castoer
H. A. Mkiuner
Thoa. hhere '
Albert C. Helms
Mrs. J. M. Shoemaker
Mrs. M. A. Shoemaker M. K. Noble
J. R. Pbillpa,
O. H WIclnhoD
F. A. Countryman
H. J. Cole
Mrs. L. N order
J. W. l.yle
H C, McKamey
J. r. Dunn
Mr. A. Ingalls
J. H. Gould
J. Ij. Blount
Daniel B. Labbe
H E. Macomber
John '. Davis
Frank E. Kosberg
Farl K. Kartiness
H- D. steward
N. B. Jordan
C. A. Hickle
K. H. Lindsay.
J. '. Mcurath
rim Dublteatl n hereof dated this Juth day
K acri strawberry land, 4 anres
ileared, 21 sitps in berries, 2 sinoll cot
tages 3 miles out on West bide, ?1100;
$000 or more cash.
6 ocres at Belmont, b acres m cul
tivation, cottage and outbuildings, 150
apple trees, 2 acres strawberries, 2 acres
alfalfa, $1300; 750 or more cash.
Lot 23; block 3, Btranahan addition,
nice new 6-roomed house, $1100; $000 or
New fi-roonied cottane, patent bath
and closet, four lots, 3 blocks from depot,
center of town, $2100; terms reasonable.
Two lots centrally located, $550.
Two lots, new 6-roomed house, patent
bath and closet, 3 blocks from depot,
center of town, $1700.
Four sightly lots on brow of hill,
$1000 ; separately, two west lots, $550 ;
two east lots, 500.
Two-storv 8-roomed cottage, lot 70 by
140, on the hill, $1200; terms reasonable.
For Sale 9000 acres pine timber: 1
saw mill, cuts 20,000 per day; 1 planing
mill, capacity 3U.0UU leet per oay; i
store and stock of merchandise, about
$3,500 ; 1 hotel and contents; 1 saloon
building, rented; 3 Douses, renteu; ju
head horses and harness; 9 road wag
ons, 3J H; 1 logging truck; 5 pair
sleighs; 30 head cattle; 50 head hogs;
600 feet lumber; 2000 cords wood. All
located at and near Hilgard, Ur.
Land given in exchange for clearing
For Sale New two-story 9-rooin
house; Stranahan addition ; 11100; terms
For Sale or Kent Good farm with
stock and goats; farming implements
included. John Leland Henderson.
I or Sale The Abbott Store property
on the hill. I'rice, $3,000.
The M. M. Davenport 4 acres, nice
new residence, $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, li miles from Bar
rett school bouse, $1,100.
A 20 acre tract unimproved, li miles
from the Barrett school house, 8 acres
The r W '4 ot A W Kec. 4, 'I p. Z IS.,
E. 10 E, 40 acres. Price $2,000. $500or
more cash, balance in Ave years.
Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 2, Winans add. to
Hood River for $350 each.
The NE M of SW J and the NVVJi of
SE X, section 16, Tp 2 north, range 11
east, 80 acres, partly improved, good ap-
fle land, plenty of timber, no rock,
'rice $800 cash or $1,000 on time at -per
Money to loan.
Hanna house and lot, $2,000.
The new company now offers for sale
lots formerly belonging to the Hood
River Townsito 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; $1,200.
Lot for sale in Waucoma Park addi
For Sale The Henderson ranch, for
merly owned by J. R. Galligan; 60 acre.
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 8E for $000, the NEJi
for $700, or the W 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 ea-t
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 go 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. 820 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; hne
timber land; $10 an acre.
9. The o-acre place in Crapper neigh
borhood, known as the Rensbaw place;
all improved; new buildings, etc
For Sale. 40 acres near Monnt Hood
post ollice. Good land $700 cash 30
Five acres at Frankton ; cottage and
acreandahalf in cultivation. Creek
and water power; $1,000.
Block 1, Parkhurst 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.
I-ots 10, 11, 12, block 5, Waucoma ad
dition; improved; price $1,600; or
more cash, balance, 1 year, 8 per cent.
The 10 acres owned by H. S. I-iewis at
Belmont, improved, with buildingB,
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 ;corncr
store building to lease. Store building
can also be bought.
Fur Sale Four-liilhs interest in the
M. O. Wheeler 100 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
wn'er of Sumpter.
For Sale Good farm with stock and
i:o;its for sale or rent. Farming imple
ments. First-class Surveying Outfit
At Hie Emporium are kept 2 lirst-class
transits and solar attachments, and the
propt ietor, a practical surveyor, is pre
pared to do the work of laying out acre
av proiierty in lots and blocks, and do
ui ail kinds of surveviug and platting.
Kioiu and after this date, April 9, 1903,
he rates will ! as follows: $10 a day;
1 ot corners established for $5 a lot;
.wo contiguous for one owner, the
M' tnsr ot the Honrt Kiver Trari-ortfttton
a i I Hfom company will be held al the ortlce
"f (.it Orfgon l,umtKr company Tuesday.
ii. unry 7. at 7:3'' p. m.
1 has. T. Early, wcretary
I ami Ntill Mtfcn: for this blasting powder, S
,i o or rrit 'of r. i.j
s tf FRANK STANTON, Hood River,