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THURSDAY, FKUKUAKY ", 1'J05.
Hope for Cascade County.
While Cascade conuty'H fate still
bangs in tlio iulaiice because of poli
itieal comljiiiut iuiiH in the Htate win
ato, there is yet ground for hoping
that Hood Kivor's desires for local
self government will bo granted.
Hood River lias a delegation of citi
zens at the capital who are leaving
no stone unturned to clear the road
for pHMMtgn of the bill through the
senate, Tii;!it and day have those
men worked, and win or lose they one
and all deserve a public voto of
thanks from the citizens of this town
and valley, and the growing commun
ity of Mosier.
Representative Juyne took the Cas
cade county measure T, through the
houso without a dissenting vote. Ho
has aroused an interest in tho succoss
of his new county bill second to no
other measure before the legislature.
Mr. Jayno received a handsome vote
in Wasco county last June. If he ever
wants to run for olllco again bin vote
in the western end will le unani
mous. There remains yot a week until the
adjournment of the legisli turo, and as
many things can be brought to bear
on legislation at tho last moments of
a session, the friends of Cascade
county fool confident of swinging a
suflioiont number of senutors Into lino
to pass the bill.
The benefits to be dorivod by the
people in the proposod new county
cannot bo over estimated, and it is to
be hoped that the bill will become a
Professor Wliitten cheers ub with the
Buouuccmcut that present condition)
indicate the biggest fruit year in 1(105
that wo have had in seven years, "l'ror
ent conditions" may lie all right, but
their initial letters, as fruit growers
have learned, stand also for "possible
contingencies." Practical Fruit Grow
er. Oregon should lie proud of her Jun
ior senator, Charles W. Fulton, who is
rapidly advancing at the national
capital. When he enters his third
year, Senator Fulton will be chnirmun
of tho committee on claims, one of
the most important committees of that
body. It was fortunate for this state
when Senator Fulton was chosen. He
is n manwho,ospoclnlly in Washington,
becomes popular and Influential. He
lias the bearing of a man, the manner
of n gentleman, the requisites of a
statesman, and is a born and persuas
ive orator. lie is a decided credit to
Oregon. Woodburn Independent.
WILLIAMS NOW IN
HIS NEW BUILDING
Williams' pharmacy is now located In
tho new Hrnsius brick on the corner of
Ouk and Hecoud streets. Mr. Williams
beiiiui moving Haturday noon. There is
lots of hard work in moving an entire
store of goods, but Mr. Williams, will
soon have his store arranged once more.
Ijocuted on one of the best business
corners in the city, Mr. Williams has
the finest drug store in the city. The
main store room, 20x70, faces Oak street,
while his laboratory occupies UK) square
feet in the rear oi the room takeu by
the central olllce of the telephone com
A skylight in tho rear of the room ad
mils an atiuudnnce of soft light to the
prescription counter. At the rear of
the in h i it store, windows extending the
full height of the 14-foot walls furnish
all the light needed In the back part of
the room. Fine plate glass windows,
with steel clumps at the corners, make
a very at tractive trout to tho store.
The counters are also of plate glass
nnit oak all or the latest puterns and
designs in interior furnishings. The
floor is of solid ouk and polished. I. at
er, Mr. Williams says, the walls will be
tinted. Chandeliers fitted with glass
prisms turnisli a flood of electric light at
night that makes the building light as
day. With the over-head lights there
is not a shadow In the store.
The Williams l'lnirniaev is tho nriiri
mil pioneer drug storo of Hood River.
While it has been conducted under
several names and by several different
parlies, it is the same business house
established hero 120 years ago. Mr.
Williams enjoys a splendid trade, and
mis many irienus woo wisn mm ex
tended success in his new location.
Ministers In City Hold Meeting.
All the ministers In charge of church
es in this city met Mondiiv morning at
10:30, with Hev, W. O. Kvans for an
hour of fellowship aiid'conference.
A most profitable season wag spent
in exchange of ideas and in strengthen
ing the common purpose to make the
chuerheg of forcejand value to the highest
culture and welfare of Hood River and
Advance In Oregon Jientonns,
According to a market circular issued
about the middle of January by a large
London fruit firm the only strong fea
ture of the Furopenn market is tho de
mand for table fruit.
Iturrels of Nova Scotia Ribstons and
(inldeti Russets kept their price at about
is5.."i0 to f i a barrel, while Oregon New
town pippins .continued wonderfully
strong, the K'st (pinlities going at from
1.00 to ft. 7ft a box.
Oregon Apples In Huston,
The following from a recent issue of
the Youth's Companion pays a glowing
tribute to Oregon apples and their grow
ers: Oregon apples sell in Huston markets
for tit) and 7ft cent i a dozen a higher
price than is asked for good oranges in
the same market. The reason is that
thev are carefully selected and carfully
packed. The fact and the reason are
commended "to whom it mav concern."
On a Hunt For live Cougars.
Pun Mears returned Sunday night
from a visit with Mordeeai Jones and
William I tost in the woods above llu
sum. Mrs. Mears accompanied Han,
and was the guest of Mrs. Jones w hile
the hunters charged through the woods
in search of mountain lions.
Pan savs the dogs soon found the
tracks in the snow of five cougars. The
tracks of the cougars were as distinct as
if made by live men. 1 he gunners lailed
to get any of the big eats, but are still
in the woods, and Jones will never rest
until he has one of them. Chief Jonnie
of the Klickitat is with Jones.
When after cougars Dan says the dogs
would nav no attention to the numerous
deer that jumped up eveiy now and
then. The hounds are trained to hunt
bear and cougars, and consider deer too
tame a game for them. The cougars
have become so numerous and so ob
structive to the deer that Jones is anx
ious to thin them out. Carcases of deer
killed by the cougars were frequently
$2 A HYDRANT
Because of the uncertain condition
of a weak treasury, tho city council was
forced to lay over a proposition from
the Hood I liver Klectric Light and Pow
er Co., offering water for fire protection
at $2 per hydrant per month.
The proposition submitted lo the
council ny ll. r. Davidson, manager oi
the Water company, reads as follows:
"We will lay the necessary 0-inch
and 8-inch mains for furnishing water
to hydrants in the business portion of
the city for $2 per month per hydrant,
the city to put on the hydrants, or we
will put on the hydrants at 2.2." per
month and the city to repay us for the
hydrants at cost installed, at termina
tion of this arrangement, and to keep
them in repair from the beginning.
"Water to be furnished to the ny
Irants from our present system with an
H-inch main, also to be connected with
Mr. Wilson's pipe at (state and link
streets. W ater from Mr. Wilson, s pipe
to lie used only in case of fire requiring
more water than our system would af
ford, Mr.Wilson agreeing to keep a sup
ply of not less than ftOO.lMK) gallons and
in case Iiib supply should fail tempo
rarily we can use our surplus irom the
upper system in maintaining the full
Biipply at all times.
''Hydrants may be put in on the hill
under a head ot not less man ou leet on
(1-inch or 8-inch mains as now laid at
fl per month, or $1.25 per month on
same conditions as above provided, ior
the lower part of the city.
"in addition to aoove we win iiirninii
free of charge water for flushing sewers
and for drinking fountain and lor water-
"In order that we may furnish water
on the above conditions it is important
that a contract be entered into prompt
ly." J. E. Rand of the fire and water com
mittee remarked that the proposition
"looked good if we can pay for it."
Farlv moved that the proposition be
referred to the fire and water committee
to draw up the best contract they could
McDonald thought the matter should
go into the hands of the finance com
mittee. The offer from Mr. Davidson
looked very reasonahlo to him, but lie
stated that it is estimated that it will
require the expenditure of f'JOlX) or more
to supply the city with the necessary
fire hose anil other apparatus, should
the city take the water from the hy
drants. With the possibility that the
city will have to pay the saloon men
their 11200. the town has already
reached the limit of indebtedness
A voto being called on Mr. Early's
motion, there were no "ayes," and at
ter a long pause, but three faint "noes.'
A petition from J. F. Ltatchelder to
erect a frame building on the i'avidson
block on Kiver street, within the tire
limits, was denied. It win the opinion
of the council that if one party were al
lowed to erect wooden buildings within
the fire district, others would have to
be granted the same privilego, and the
ordinance would he of no ettect.
Oscar Ktranahan was present to ask
tho council what had become of a plat
he had left with tho recorder for tiling.
It was explained that owing to the mi
settled condition of the boundary lines
on the hill, the plat was left with the
committee on streets and public prop
erty, but before a report could be
brought in the plat had been hied with
the county clerk. As this is contrary
to the laws of the city, the plat had to
McDonald expressed himself as anx
ious that the boundary dispute on the
bill bo settled. He was very emphatic in
stating that tho city could not accept
plats of additions the ground of which
encroaches from six to tun feet on a
Councilman Early presented by re
quest a verbal petition from T. H. Wil
liams to stretch a sign across Oak street
from the Paris Fair comer to the Dallas
block. A motion that the request be
not granted carried.
On motion of Farly the fire ami
water committee was instructed to have
the engine house painted at the lowest
possible cost to the city.
Tho following claims against the city
were allowed and warrants ordered
drawn for their payment.
W. H. Knot labor.. 70
Oeo. I.Slocom, stationery 3 lit
Simpson Copppi 1! lift
J.J . Lucky, supplies 2 00
A. K. Lofts, snow-plow 3 00
Marshal Oiinger, salary BO 00
llaynes A Co., hardware 5 00
F. Chandler, on jury 2 00
V. Clanger, on jury 2 00
J. R. Nickelsen, on jury 3 00
Heath of Mrs. Phoebe Jones,
Mrs. Phoebe Langdon Jones, beloved
mother of Miss Kama R. Jones of Hood
Kiver ami L. W. Jones of Walla Walln,
dieil at the residence of her son, in Wal
la Walln, Saturday morning, February
4, aged 75 years. Her death wns preced
ed by a short but severo illness of Im
grippe and asthma.
I nearly life Mrs. Jones became a
nieinlier of the Methodist Episcopal
church, and throughout her long life
remained true and faithful to her con
In Hood River, Mrs. Jones had a
large circle of friends and acquaintances
who w ill be deeply pained to learn of
her sudden deth. She was a kind
neighbor, a true friend and loving
mother. Her unusually cheerful dis
position and sweetness of character
caused her to be held in high esteem by
all who hnew her.
Funeral services w ith burial were con
bieted in Walla Walla, Monday, Rev.
Mr. llrown ot the Methodist Episcopal
Mrs. Jones was well known to the
people of Hood River, especially the
older settlers, who will bedirply pained
to learn of tier death. .Mrs. Jones spent
lust summer in Hood River with her
daughter, Miss Jones. She went to
Walla Walla in October to spend the
winter with her son.
Miss Jones, who was called to her
mother's bedside two weeks ago, will
return to Hood River next week.
Said a friend of Mrs. Jones: "Al
though we shall never have her helpful.
kind presence in our midst, her memory
shall ever remain fragrant In our lives.
Submarine illumination of Guild's
lake, tho uatnral"grand basin" of the
Western worlds fair, will be an unique
feature of the Iw is and Clark exposit
ion. Lights will be placed on the bot
tom of the lake in air and water tight
receptacles and at night visitors may
see the fish swimming !n the water.
One Price to All.
AV now have a full find complete line of Men's Dress Shirts. Call and
)ick out a nice Spring Shirt. All are cut in good full sizes.
We will give you a special discount on all flannel shirts.
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Wo iwn uidliiKr m rrnnii y.inp
aj.nu IH'M. KlilP" i"iiu
Tim lu.t hrimti lmnrd
U'. ).ln lii.vM TuIih
3 A new assortment of Colgate's, which is standard the
M Come and see what a nice bow tie we can sell you for
A SWELL SHOE
made in all
THIS 13 ONE
Mr. Oownoy, who liaa boon quite
ill in the honpit.nl nt Portland, viaitod
Hood Ulvor mid Us prorineta dnrinir
cotivaloHPonco, fc'lviiiK Pino Grove its
riliiu-e of hia time.
Mr. and Mra. Frank Iioardman,
from Rhormiin county have returned
to Hood Kiver, whore thoy will stay
for ho n hi tlino.
An evoniiiK wuh kIvoii t Pino Orove
school Iiouho, February I), to raUo
money for mivlininK a cabinet, for
the Low in and Clark fair.
The following lnteroHtiuK program
was rendered :
1. Duet, "Good byo Little Girl,
Good ltye," Edith Hproat and lios
i.. ii.., i.iw,i
2. Piiiitoiiiime, "lloforo and After
;i. Hong, "WoinanV Kighls,"
i. Pantomime, "Woinau'a Rights"
0. Dialogue, "Matrimonial advor
n.,,,,,,t 7. 1 tint ruuioiital nolo. It 1 a njo h e
S. lOxorelHo'Poor Old Maida."
!l. Dialogue, "Going Somewhere,"
10. Solo," llliie Hell." Mra. Jarvia.
A net amount of 6111. H() was received.
The annual election of olllcera for
Pine Grove Sunday hcIkio! wuh field
January ) with following reaulU: Mr.
DiivIh, HUporiiitendent; Mrs. Muloy,
HMHiHtitnt Hiiperinteiidiiiit; MiH8 Mar
guerite Well, docrotnry ; Zona Miller,
The Pine Grove IiOiiguo waa organ
ized Saturday evening, February 4, with
the following olllcera: Percy Wells,
president; Marguerite Wella lat vice
president ; Mra. Duvitt 'id vice prel
dont; Mihm Florence Stocking lid
vice president; Nellie Clark 4th vice
president; HUhh Chirk, Hoeretary,
Fred Mack, treasurer; MUa Kiddell,
Chria Dethnian returned from Sa
lem tho hitter part of last week.
Alice Mark is milking a visit with
friends In Portland and will not re
turn for a number of weeks.
Died at their homo Sunday, Fob
r. (). i, ,',, ,.l,il,l of Mr Hlid
M i s.' I eiglo. The f tinernljsevices were
held at Pine Grove church Monday
afteiioon at !t o'clock.
l!tinoeil to I tilted Slates Court.
Special to the Glacier.
Goldcndale, Wah , Feb. 8. l!y an
order of Jitdu'e McCrcdie, the three cas-
s agains-t the Menominee Lumber I o.
have been removed Irom this court to
the circuit court of the I intetl Mate?,
for the ninth circuit, southern district
Fat IHnnor ami Sew ling's.
One of llie most pleasant and enjoy
able affairs that bus lately transpired in
le jungles of Hood Kiver was a rag-
tune sewing at the homo ol Mrs. J.
Gill. The intrly consisted of members
of the relief corps and a few stars that
shone hnghtlv. I he occasion was tne
-clchralinii of' Mrs. Gill's flOtll birtlidav
A I sewed rutrs and olaved pranks on
each other until evrrv one was aglow
with merriment and laughter. At live
o'clock the doors of the dining room
were thrown open, where stood a boun
tiful table, groaning tinder its ponder
ous weight of viands.
Mrs. Gill deserves much praise for the
charming and most delightful way in
which she so royally entertained us.
May she enjoy many such happy occa
sions, and the relief corps with their
black sheep hope to lie present.
lYnnsylvaniuns living in Oregon have
formed a society for the purpose of ad
vertising the Lewis and Clark centen
nial in their hume state, securing an
appropriation for the fair from the Penn
HriilnrH. Laundry ttoao. Sad
sylvania legislature, and providing for
Pennsylvanians visiting the fair. There
are about 8,000 natives of Pennsyl
vania now living in Oregon.
The announcement is made from the
head oflice of the Oregon Lumber Co. at
Ogden that David Eccles and his asso
ciates intend to build a railroad up
Hood River valley this summer.
Mr. Eccles is expected to arrive in
this city next week, when the Glacier
hopes to secure some detinate informa
tion concerning the proposed road.
Administrator of Black Estate.
Roawell Shelley of Odell has been
mado administrator of the estate of
J. W. lilack, deceased, at the request
of Mr. lilack laifore his death.
Mr. Shelley's bonds and legal papers
making him executor of the estate
have been Hied for record at the
county seat. The estate consists
chiefly of some farming land on the
Fast Side, which he hold iu partner
ship with Mr. Runcorn.
Saloon Cases Nut Yet Decided.
Tho cases of the local saloon men,
charged with violating the prohibition
law were hoard before Judge Hradshivw
Monday. The salooil keepers plead not
guilty, and filed a demurrer to tin
charge. The judge's decision Is ex
ported in a few days. Should it he
against the saloon men, it is under
stood that the cases will lie appealed
to tho higher courts.
The suit of Fonts vs. the city has
not been decided yet. tho judge's de
cision in tho matter boing looked for
at any time now.
At the Churches.
Union church at Odell. Sunday
school at 11 a. m. M. I). Odell, super
intendent, 0. K. at 7..K) p. m. Subject
of evening meeting "The Minestry of
Death." Leader, Mrs. Shelley.
Unitarian. Morning subject: "Ab
raham Lincoln : A Character Study."
Evening service at 7:80 p. m. Subject:
"Expression as a Purpose in Life." All
are welcome. O. J. Nelson, pastor.
Riverside Congregational. W. C.
Gilmore, pastor. Sabbath school at 10
a. in. Worship and preaching at 11. 0.
E. meeting 0:30 p. m; worship and
preaching 7 :10.
Valley Christian. Sunday school at
10 a. m. ; illustrated sermon at U ; Y. P.
S. C. K. at 6:30; preaching at 7:30.
A cordial invitation is extended to all to
attend the services of the day. W. A.
Free Methodists. Quarterly meeting
services at Holmsn hall, February 3-5,
11)05. Preaching servi -e Friday even
ing, Saturday evening and Sunday morn
ing. Olliciaf meeting Saturday, nt 3 p.
in. Everybody invited. I). K., K. W.
Pantist. Reeular preaching services
at Carniichael's hall eveiy 1st and 3d
Sunday morning and evening; Sunday
school every Sunday at 10 a. in. Cove
nam and business meeting ttie nrst
Wednesday night in each month. J.H.
Methodist Preaching at 11 a. m. and
8 p- m.: Sabbath school 10 a. m.; Ep-
worh league 7 p. m. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. All cordially in
vited. W. C. Evans, pastor.
United Brethren. Sunday school at
10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Junior
Endeavor, 3:30 p. m. Christian En
deavor, 6:45 p.m. Preaching at 7:30.
All are cordially invited. Rev. J. S.
The W. C. T. U. will meet again Feb
With the character
SHOE Uk B
You will find these Shoes
at Hood River's Best Store
THE PARIS FAIR
ruary 21, at two o'clock, at the U. B,
Not Her Menu.
She was manager of a Fresh-Air
Fund society and for a long time she
had fixed her attention upon a cer
tain old couple in a flourishing rural
district, where they lived amid peace
and nloutv. Finally, alter mucn per
suasion, they had consented to take
a child into their home for a few
weeks' change, and the Fresh-Air
Fund lady sot about the selection of
the most destitute and forlorn one on
the list to give it the benefit of this
In due time the child, a little girl
of the proper degree of wretchedness,
was found and sent to tne kind snel
ter awaiting her. That night the hos
pitable hostess, with a heart overrun
nlng with pity, prepared the most
bountiful supper, and, thinking to
treat the little stranger to a great
delicacy that she had never tasted,
provided a big apple pie.
As the thin hollow-eyed child took
her place at the table she cast a some-
what critical glanoe over the array of
food and ejaculated succinctly: "Ap
pie pie and no cheesl Hell I" Lip-
Lewis and Clark Fair No teg.
A model hat factory, showing how-
hats are manufactured, will be one of
the attractive exhibits in the Palace of
Manufactures, Liberal Arts and Varied
Industries at the Lewis and Clark con
Portland, Oregon, where the Lewis and
Clark exposition is to be held next sum
mer, now has a population ot 130.00H,
When the populationdid not exceed 100,
000 the citizens subscribed H'10,00) to
An unique exhibit which has just been
secured Ior the Lewis and Glarlc exposi
tion, ii a silk embroidered reproduction
of the Kistine Madonna. The repro
duction was made in Germany, is faith
ful to the original and equals it in size.
A model life saving station equipped
witli a crack crew will be one ot the lea
teres of the government display at the
Lewis and Clark exposition. Daily
drills will be given showing how Uncle
Sam saves the lives of persons ship
wrecked off the coasts.
All kinds oi carpet weiivlng. Kuira made
from old carpeta. Mils. GolWKY.
VJ If Hood Kiver Heights.
I0D WILL BE SATISFD
WITH YOUR JOURNEY
If your tickets read over the Denver
and Kio Grande Railroad, the
"Scenic Line of the World,"
There are so many scenic attractions
and points or interest along the line
laHween Ogden and Denver that
the trip never becomes tiresome.
If you are going East, write f r infor
mation and get a pretty book that will
tell you all about it.
W. C. MrliRIDF, General Agtnt,
124 Third Street,
Match span ray mares-good general pur
trait inm. uHrnMia. waaon. annle rock and
two-ton springs. Tilt JoE WILBON'
Dry land clover hay lor sale by
12 28 U WILLI MAN.
No. Remington typewriter for sale cheap,
or will renl lo responsible parties. Call t llie
Grubbing machine, with 200 feet of cable,
Dearly new. For sale or will trade for wagon.
n3 1. A. HAKT, Star Route No. 10.
Reasoned pine wood In 4-foot length; price
M. per cord on the ground In town.
fi REV. J. L.UKKBHNEK.
Apple land for tale on the famous Willow
Flat; forty aeree, 13 cleared. A np at $a,0,
or anyone desiring all cleared land can have
same for 4,000. F. L. M A8HEY, R. if. i. 1. flfi
IjOOK AT THIS The location Is right, the
price U right, A good 7-room house and
pantry. rlne oak shade trees, 2 lots
aouth aide of Sherman avenue one block
aoutb of the opera bouse. Call at premises,
dii L. A. DICKINSON.
Cow for sale, also incubator 2rt4 capacity.
Phone 1294 r. fl .B A. FRATHEK.
Carrots 40cperiackor S8 per ton at my
puree. fill J. C. BOtlOH.
If you have a box factory you want to
move to a new lecatlon where you can have
water power, address J. T. NEAI.EIOll.
fl 11. r. D. I
Saddle, hack, heavy wagon, cross-cut saw,
ledge, cook stove for sale cheap for cash.
it jamhh a. cook, r. y. u. l.
Steam boiler for al cheap. Eight horse
power. or further aartlculars call 9.11 Miiin.
f PAKAD1SE LAUNDRY.
Choice lot for sale directly west of Park
Street school. KATHRYNE PAVFNPORT.
f The Dulles, Or.
Any quantity of dry wood for sale, either
Dlneoraiab. Am aleo oreuured to aaw with
ateam wood (aw. call oa or phone Main 121.
It f ttKU MUWK.
One of the moat alehllv locations In Hood
Kiver valley for sale. Call on or a(tdre3s
.a ir T .'aDMUw u 1 1
A good cook stove for aaie, inquire ot
Id W.L.CAKNKH, It. K. D. 1.
h'or aale. one lJO-eee'OvDhcr's Incubator, al
most new. Alao one brooder. Inquire of
mis aire. v. u. urocit.
For aale, two lota one block from postotllce.
mi Inquire of L)r. Wait.
Will sell or rent 6 acres, all lu cultivation,
with Irrigating water, within ten minutes'
waia oi acnooi nouae. inquire oi nr. nun.
Hay for sale. . (m2) H. F. Shoemaker.
For sale, new brooder. Inquire Glacier.
For sale, oook stove, heater. Hi; lit waaon.
pair springs warrant! d to hold up 15:0 pounds
May oe seen at c. u. ivogera piace, ocnnoui,
mz cnaa. tiogera.
For sale, first-clans Clark BeedlluE strawber
ry planta, until thev are gone. Geo. Mcintosh
For aale. excellent wheat hay. also oat ha-.
fl3.5Qcagb. Alao 2(1 sacks white star potatoes.
cheap ror rash. Apply to n. morion, old
uaeu piace. nu
Good timothy hay at Harbison's 91ft a ton.
Alfaffa, clover, wheat and timothy, hay,
alao dry pine wood cut In stove lengths,
fill f. 1). HINK1UHM, It. K. 1J. 2
Forty acres of my farm In Cranoer district
mifea from Hood Kiver. Good apple land,
M per acre. Kasy terms. Unlmpruvcd, under
ditch. Jy7tf A. A. JAYNK.
Wanted one or two doien chickens state
price and breed. J AH. M. TAY1 ,() It,
f23 K. F. I). No. 1.
Wanted. I have SO acres of fine apple, at raw
berry and garden land with six acres orchard
atarted and five acres bearing berries and
lb acres ready to plant this spring. 1 want a
capable and responsible man to take charge
ol and develop the ranch. The position will
be permanent to the right man on a salary
ana prortl sharing basis. I refer to llutlcr &
Co. of Hood Kiver to whom please apply. 19
A fresh cow wanted, to be good mllkeiv
in. in 4 iov yeara oin. Anuress
fl6 on Uoardman place.
Wantko Plain sewing or housework.
Jan ltl C. L. HIUHON, HikmI Kiver.
Wanted, work of any kind, by reliable man.
Call on U. Stack at U. W. Klggs' Hlme Shop.
Girl wanted to do general housework. Ad
dress or call on Mra. C. H. Vaughan. m 2
Wanted, good steady boy about 18 or 20
yeara old to learn drug business. Must have
faireducatlon and be willing to wotk. Coun
try bny preferred. Good chance for right one
No kids ueed apply. Call at Thomas store,
Hood Kiver. ni2
Wanted, girl to do general housework In
amall family. Good wages lo the rlnht , er
aon. Call on or address Mrs. Truman Hutler.
Wanted, woman to do general housework,
Address V. V. Willis, Hood Kiver. ni2
Famlsbed rooms, bv the night or week,
m'i Mrs. Jnry, bherniun live.
For rent, the new store building south of
GUI' Htore ou the heights apply to
R23 H. C. I1ATKHAM.
"Two furnished rooms la new noiiHe, light,
heat and balh; gentlemen preferred.
ti 23 MtW. J. W. 1UUHY, west Ouk at.
Two nicely furnished rooms to rent. In
quire of Mra. H. C. McUUIKK, Kiver street. U
(-room cottage for rent. M. P. JACOBS, JI3
Three nice furnlBhed rooms and pantry for
light houHekeeping to rent. Water in rooms.
Will be vacant alter January i.
f 16 W. K. JACOBS,
Lost Monday, January 30; a purse rontaln
Ing beiweea 70and 875. I think It whs leli
oa theooiinter of the First National Hunk. I
will pay $10 reward to the fluder.
ftf P. V. VOVTH.
Found between Barrett School and Barrett
ranch, a saek ot mill feed, which the owner
can have by calling at lira ford's store and
paying lor this notice. f-fl
Found about Christmas a quantity of tick
eta. Owner can have same by roving prop
erty and paying for this nollce.
MAS MRS. A. E. HAYKH.
White Tam-o-shanter cap found and left at
thla olllee for the owner.
Found, double-bitted axe and left at this
office by L. B. Clarke for the owuer.
Taken np at my F.ast Hide farm-dark red
cow; two splits In right ear; bit out of end of
lelt ear; branded D on left hip. Owner csn
have same by paying charges.
flfi v. M. JACK80N.
Htrayed, yearling heifer, red, tail nipped.
Belongs to E.. Locke. f tf
Janitor work done at rearonable prices b'
experienced man. Apply to K. W. CltoH
T continue the rural mail arvlc on Ron
N-. 2, II n Imperative that all those who ht e
utwcrlbed to the enrrier's fund pny tmmeu
tely hat balance is due. Payments can !
made at Butler A i'o. n bank.
I'om. R. Y. D. No. 2.
Notiee Ib hereby given by the Hood K1v
Water Supply Co., Hint ail applications fi
water be made before Keb. In, No app!
eationswIUbe considered where last year
water Is nnpatd for. Ry oder of Hoard.
F. C. Sherrleb, Pres. K. G. Church, See.
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5 acres ttrnwberry land, 42i acres
cleared, 21 acres in berries, 2 snioll cot
tatres 3 miles out on West Side, $1100;
$(iU0 or more cash.
acres at liclmont, 6 acres in cul
tivation, cottage and outbuildings, 150
apple trees, 2 acres Btrawberrics, 2 acres
alfalfa, $1300; 1750 or more cash.
New 6-roomed cottage, patent bath
and closet, four lots, 3 blocks from depot,
center of tow n, $2100; terms reasonable.
Two lots centrally located, $550.
Two lots, new 6-roonied 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-story 8-roomed cottage, lot 70 by
140, on the hill, $1200; terms reasonable.
For Rale 0000 acres pine timber; 1
saw mill, cuts 20,000 per day; 1 planing
mill, capacity 30,000 feet per day; 1
store and stock of merchandise, about
$3,500; 1 hotel and contents; 1 saloon
building, rented; 3 bouses, rented; 10
head horses and harness ; 9 road wag
ons, 3J H ; 1 logging truck ; 5 pair
sleighs; 30 head cattle; 50 head hogs;
00 feet lumber; 2000 cords wood. All
lorated at and near Hilgard, Or.
For Sale Sew two-story 9-room
house; Btranahan addition; $1100; terms
l or Sale; The Abbott Store property
on the hill. I'rice, $3,000.
14 acres across the road from the M.
M. Davenport residence. $00 per acre.
A 40 acre tract, some improvements,
2 miles from Barret 6chool house, $2,000.
A 40 acre tract, unimproved, some
free irrigating water, H miles from Bar
rett school house, $1,1(X.
The NWl4' of NW.ti", Sec. 4,Tp. 2 N.,
K. 10 K, 40 acres. Price $2,000. $500or
more cash, balance in five years.
gHanna house and lot, $2,000.
r'or Sale The Henderson ranch, for
merly owned by J. K. tialligan; tiOacre.
30 cleared; orchard; strawberries;
clover and timothy ; well irrigated ;large
2-story mansion, new barn ; all fenced.
Price $10,000.- Brook runs through ranch.
Kasy terms; telephone; rural delivery.
Four miles from Hood Kiver.
For Hale The Donahue block on the
hill. Improved and fenced. Fine resi
dence, ham and outbuildings. $4500.
Will sell the SEttf for $000, theKKH
lor ?7UU, or the j lor $;iol)0. Une
third cash, balance time at 8 per cent.
The Hunt place Jj mile southwest of
town. House, barn, mostly in straw ber
ries and other fruits. Price, $1450.
One goat ranch on mountain east
of alley on county road. Price $1,500;
has small house, running water, and is
fenced. Terms, easy.
For Sale Beautiful lots in Tark addi
tion, center of town, from $200 to $300.
4. 320 acres of timber land at the falls
of Hood Kiver, belonging to George E.
Forsyth ; ItiO acres good fruit land;$4000.
8. 100 acres at VYhito Salmon; fine
timber land ; $10 an acre.
9. The o-acre place in Crapper neigh
borhood, known as the Kenshaw place;
all improved; new buildings, etc.
Five acres nt, Frankton ; cottage and
acre and a half in cultivation. Creek
and water power; $1,000.
Ijjts 10, 11, 12, block 5, Waucoma ad
dition; improved; price $1,000; or
more cash, balance, 1 year, 8 per Cent.
Small hnuse and lot on hill to rent, $24
a year; two vacant lots with privilege of
purchase $20 a year for the two.
For Sale Four-fifths interest in the
M. O. Wheeler 100 acres near Hood
Fur Sale Residence on State street at
hend of Front; $2,500, including 3 lots.
For Side or Kxehange for Hood River
property Fine residence in business
center of Sumpter.
Money to loan.
First-class Surveying Outfit.
At the Emporium are kept 2 hrst-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 nnd after this date, April 0, 1003,
the rates will be as follows: $10 a day ;
Lot corners established for $5 a lot;
two contiguous for one owner, the
English Walnut Trees.
We are speclnl growers, llest soft shell va
rieties. Abundant bearers st early age. They
thrive in Oregon. We can tell you ell about
them. Write for catalogue snd Information.
BROOKS & SONS,
Wul nut Xrwrymcn. Carlton, Ore.
In season. Popular varieties in anv quantity
after April 10. ThOK. CA1.K1N8.
Stock holders of the Kaat Fork Irrigat ing
eomiuiny take noilee that their annual meet
ing will he helil iu linker Cn's otllce on Hatur
day at I o'clock, February 1H, 1W5.
f-i-m C. 11. lloNt, President
ADMIX ISTK ATOK'S NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to an
order given hy the lion. A. K, Li ke. Judge of
the l ouniy Court of thcHijiieot Or gon for
Whmm i ounty, dated at The Dalles, Oregon,
liccciiilii-r -.'-Jd, nm.tlie undersigned, Kdward
Cook, lias been npioinied sole ndmiuistmtor
of the estate of (leorw Owen, deceased, lute of
Hood liiver, Wasco County, Silale of Oreiron.
All persons having claims against said es
tate ate rcucstrd to present them, accompan
led by proper vonchi rs. at the olflee of John
Lelauii Henderson, nt HooJ River, Oregon, or
at the residence of said administrator on his
farm near Hood liiver. Oregon, within six
months from the dateof this no'tce,
JOHN I.F.I, AND HKNIlF.KSON,
fll ni9 Administrator of the Kstate of
Haled Hood liiver. Oregon, January 6, W05.
i P.-e'iiration Day ia coming ami you
I v ill want to liavo your lot fixeii up be
j i'. re tlint time. We h.ivr a large stock
on hand and are pwartcl to fill orders
'. promptly tint) Rive satisfaction. Work
d niv KMul and at the lowest prices. A
total card sent to us will bring you
the samples. Try it.
WATT'S MARBLE WORKS,
The Dalles, C're.