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3ood Iftver Slacier.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1905.
Senator Whealdon announces la The
Dalle Chronicle that in hU opinion If
h had bean granted the privilege of
making an argument in it favor on
the floor of the house he could have
carried hit 130,000 appropriation bill
for The Dalle railroad. Perhaps, and
perhaps not The senator's style of
oratory is effective and has accom
It is rumored that he made a telling
speech for his appropriation when he
whispered in the ear of the "machine"
proposltoo to help pass the Port of
Portland bill over the governor's veto,
the "machine" would support his
130,000 apporprlatlon bilL
But it must be a mistake to suppose
that such an independent legislator as
Senator N. Whealdon, Deacon N.
Whealdon, would vote on any ques
tion except according to the dictates
of his conscience.
Did be not say to the senate com
mlttee on counties that he had not
traded or offered to trade Cascade
county; that he wanted the question
to come np on its merits! And have
we not the grave and reverend sena
tor's own word for it that he was only
"joshing" when he told Senator Coe,
chairman of the senate oommlttee on
counties, immediately after the Cas
cade county bill was referred to the
committee that if it was not promptly
reported adversely be Jwould organize
the senate and pass the osteopath
Our senator was always long on
senatorial courtesy, so we are told,
and on this ground he commenced
lining senators np against Cascade
county before the session commenced
and finished bis good work on that
line during the first week of the ses
sion, while our people were circulat
ing petitions and getting ready to
present the matter to the legislature.
Such credit as comes of the defeat of
our proposed county belongs to Sen
ator Whealdon. Senatorial courtesy
was the chief weapon. Senatorial
courtesy may be defined as that
courteous complaisance which impels
very senator to permit every other
senator to do as he pleases in matters
affecting only bis own county. Our
senator persuaded several of his col
leagues that the proposed division of
Wasco county was a matter which
affected only Wasoo county and in
many oases successfully worked the
rule of courtesy. Needless to say Sen
ator Whealdon himself is a consistent
believer in the doctrine of senatorial
courtesy, and yet be voted against
Senator Tuttle's Astoria charter bill
when it came op for passage over the
governor's veto. But there was a good
reason for this we are told ; the dem
ocrats would have voted for Cascade
county If Whealdon bad voted for
the charter bilL The demoorats bad
to be held against Cascade cotinty
at any cost, and so our senator, de-
spite senatorial courtesy, and so we
are informed in spite of a positive
promise to Senator Tuttle, whose home
Is in Astooria, voted to sustain the
governor's veto. Senator Whealdon
Is a hard worker, and an astute prac
tical politician ; but he seems to have
been a vlotim of overoonfldeuoe In the
matter of the 130,000 appropriation. He
thought he could kill our county and
get The Dalles appropriation too.
And he still thinks he could have got
bis 130,000 if be could have made a
speech for it in the house. This is a
harmless conceit, and ought to be a
oonstant source of satisfaction to
him, and to many business men of
The Dalles who can see more praotloal
and permanent good in the extension
of the portage road so as to make The
Dalles the terminus, than In prevent
ing the creation of Casaoade county.
After all perhaps Senator Whealdon 's
opposition to Cascade county was
The people of Klickitat county
made no mist rake in the selection of
R.D. Sunderland for clerk. Mr. Suud-
land has proved himself a proficient
and obliging county official.
Representative Jayne's bill, provid
Ing for oounty fruit Inspectors, passed
the recent session of the legislature.
As Hood River is the principal fruit
growing section of this county, It Is
only fair to expect Hood River man
should receive the appolntmeut. U.
R. Castner, we are confident, would
be very acceptable to all fruit grow
ers. Newspaper publishers are always will
ing to give their time and space In
whooping It up for other people's bills
In the legislature, but they are sad
failures when it comes to getting
their own meesurele through that
august body. The first bill ever asked
by the Oregon Press Association, and
having the endorsement of every
newspaper man in the state, was de
nounced as graft and indefinitely
postponed. This will teach the boys
hereafter to be humble, and will also
Impress upon their minds the saintly
purity of the men whom they helped
to elect to the legislature. Let us
pray, says the Dallas Observer.
The paroels post system would be a
great help in keeping up the expense
of rural free deliveries of mall, soys
Editor Williamson of the Rural
Northwest At the present time the
chief objection to the creating of new
routes is that the whole business done
on such routes does not amount to
as muoh as the pay of the carrier.
The carrier would not feel the addi
tlon to their work implied In carrying
a few package dally to put the route
on a paying basis. The Increase lu
business would enable many new
route to be established and the short
enlng of existing routes. Injtnnumer-
able cases the farmer would find It
much cheaper to send a small con
signment of produce by parcels post
or to order articles sent to him by
parcels post than to go to town him
self. In time the enterprising farm
ers would by the aid of the parcels
post secure customer who gladly
pay an extra price for eggs, poultry,
etc., in order to secure such articles
both freith and direct from farmers
nnon whom thev could depend to
always send first class articles.
The following is taken from a Dalles
paper. As Mr. Whealdon is mourning
the low of his portage road graft, will
be kindly explain how it was that he
told Mr. Kelsay of this city that lie
would rather lone his portage road bill
than to see Cascade comity succeed? .
After forty of the most trying days of
his life, Senator Whealdon has again
settled down to the even tenor of every
day lite, and is receiving the "Well done
good and fait'iful servent" Of all who
appreciate his good work. Mr. Wheal
don says few hsve any idea of the wires
that were pulled and the weight brought
to bear in order to pass the Cascade bill.
Things were "going some" down there,
lie believes that could he have obtained
a hearing in the house the portage ex
tantiou bill would have passed.
Thirty-two thousand rural free deliv
ery routes will be in operation in the
United States on July 1, 1905. This ser
vice will cost the government a little
more than $2,000,000. During the next
fiscal year, beginning July 1, 1905, 6,000
additional routes will bo established,
making a total of 38,000. The cost of
extending and maintaining rural free
delivery for the fiscal year beginning
July 1, 1905, is estimated at ,20,000,000,
and there are some who regard it an in
justice to be asked to contribute 1 $1
toward assisting rural carriers In a
country like Hood River.
ROUTE FOR ROAD
IS NOT DECIDED
Charles T. Early of the Oregon Lum
ber Co. stated Wednesday afternoon
that nothing definite has been decided
upon yet regarding the location of the
oroDOHed railroad. Burveyors are still
in the field, and are now running a line
up Lents creek canyon. ,
GOLDENDALE HAS A
Special to the Glacier.
Goldendale, Wash., Feb. 22. The
strike among the railroad men is the
talk of the town. During the cold
weather, while the river was frozen
over, the crew was laid off without pay,
which caused some dissatisfaction
among the boys, and the result i", the
train did not go out yesterday or to
day. The report is that Manager Campbell
has ordered a new crew throughout.
N. B. Brook was told to pay all the
old crew off, but they refused to accept
the pay unless thev were puld for
what time they were laid off.
Manager Glover is in l'ortland trying
to settle with Campbell, .The crew are
all good fellows, and the people here do
not like to see them lose their job.
Consider State Law Kiitllclent.
Monday night the city council voted
down a proposed ordinance making it
a citv offence to Sell tobacco to minors,
or for minors to smoke A majority of
the councilman held to the opinion that
the state law covered the case.
Mr. Early declared he would give $5
a piece for the flrBt five convictions un
the state law. ,
It was decided to appeal the use of
Fouts vs. the city to the supreme court,
as it would entail no additional cost.
The city marshal will hereafter make
arrests under fees, until the city finds
Look Out for Your Rubbers.
Dop't leave them on the front porch
after niuht. Small boys, it seems, have
been stealing rubbers from all parts of
the city. E. L. Smith missed a i.alf
dozen pairs Monday morning. It is
presumed the rubbers are collected and
old to some dealer in old rubber.
Home bf the same boys broke into the
school lioutte and urn a lot. ot uauiage.
Hint Tickling In the Threat.
One minute alter taking One Minute
Cnnirh Cure that llokllnir In the throat
la gone. It acts in the throat not the
stomach.' 1 1 arm lees good for children
Sold by G. E. Williams.
B. E. Prather will leave doday for
If you failed to attend the Hoosier
social, you missed a treat
Mr: Peters, the father-in-law of
Gould, the plumber, is seriously ill at
hiB home in Blowers audition.
Come prepared to pay 5 cents a nuin
bor for your shoe at the social given by
the Koral JNeigiiuors, rriuuy nigm ot
thcTK. of P. hall.
Lisence to wed have been Issued by
the count v clerk to A I hurt K. Stranahan
and Miss Corine Fowler. The Glacier
joins their many friends iu congrat
Geo. D. Culbertson & Co., sold the
East 40 acres of Walter Gribble's land
at Mt. Hood, this week to N. W. Miller
of Pomona, California. Mr. Miller is a
well-to-do. citizen ot romona, ana ex
pects to make early and valuable im
provements on his purchase.
Geo. D. Culbertson Co., sold for
Mrs. Lamberson of l'ortland, this week
her 10-acre tract near Frank ton school
to Guy Woodworth and G. I). Eatingor,
of Hood Kiver valley.
Geo. D. Ctilliertson & Co., sold for Ira
D. Kvana at Mosier, last week the N.W.
K of the N. E. H Sec. S(t, Twp. 2 N., K.
11 K., situated about 5 miles south of
WHY PAY A BIG BONUS for your
mortage loam from others, when we
will yntiate them foJ you at a very
small cost and a lower rate of interest.
Apply to tieo. I). Culbertson & Co.
FOR EXCHANGE, a beautiful Or
ange drove at Riverside, Cal., for Hood
Kiver land. Geo, D. Cllbertsou A Co.
FOR TRADE, an $S000 residence
proHrty in Pomona, Cal., for improved
or unimproved property at Hood Kiver.
Geo. 1). Culbertson A Co.
FOR EXCHANGE, a ttood residence
property at Arlington, Ore., for any
kind of desirable real estate at Hood
Kiver. Geo. D. Culbertson & Co.
134 acres uear Crapper school, all in
cultivation and fenced, hearing orchard,
dwelling and water. Price IUI00. Geo,
D. Culbertson & Co.
A" full and complete line of BOYS' CLOTHING. We
know that we can save you money on every suit. Call and
see them, '
We are headquarters for Tinware and Graniteware
h mi - a
WITH THE CHARACTER
You will lind these Shoes
at Hood River's llest Store
THE PARIS FAIR
At the Churches.
Unitarian. Corner State street and
Parli avenue: Rev. O. J. Nelson, pastor.
Services Humlay morninR, at 11 o'clock.
Subject: "Ignorant Giving vs. Intell
igent UlVlllg. ill me evening lur
pastor will lecture on the "Relation of
Economics to Cliritiiinitv." Questions
will lie asked and answers given. The
public is cordiully invited to attend
Riverside Congregational. W. C.
Oilmore, pastor. Sabbath school at 10
a. m. Worship and preacning at n.
K. meeting 6:80 p. tn: preaching at
7:80. Subject for the day, "What in
Valley Christian. Sunday school at
10 a. m. ; illustrated sermon at 11 ; Y. P.
S, C. K. at 0:80; preaching at 7:80.
A cord in 1 invitation is extended to all to
attend the services of the day. W. A.
Baptist. Regular preaching services
at Carmlchael's hall every 1st and 3d
Sunday morning and evening; Sunday
school every Sunday at 10 a. m. Cove
nant and business meeting tbe first
Wednesday night in each month. J. II.
Methodist Preaching at 11 a. m. and
8 p' m.; Sabbath school 10 a. tn.; Kp
worh League 7 p.m. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. All cordially in
vited. W. C. Evans, piiBtor.
United Brethren. Btimlav school at
10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Junior
Endeavor, 3:30 p. m. Christian En
deavor, 0:45 p. in. Preaching at 7:30.
All are cordially invited. Rev. J. S.
Advertising Does the Work.
Publicity and quality are great fac
tors lu business and so with reference
to fruit and other produce. J. P,
KaruhiU says in tbe California Fruit
Grower: An obscure chemist dis
covered that by a pertain process of
treating grain a marketable article of
diet is obtained, lie finally intersteu
meu who were willing to put up
$.20,000 to back his project; yet, when
thev found that he intended to spend
8,000 iu the manufacture and gl2,000
ii the advertising bis product tney
opjected very emphatically; but he
gained his point.
As a result of these enterprises, on
every side we see "Force" iu the
streetcars and on tbe bill boards, in
the daily news papers and In the
maguizues. "Force" is applied to
everything. Every locality has its
"Sunny Jim. with tils strenuous
principle of vigor and vim.
The result of this is that breakfast
food has reached an almost incredi
ble dogreo of successful sales. It is
estimated that In l'.Ki:! the Force com
pany spent '.W,(HKi (or advertising an
article which sells for 10 Biid 15 cents.
In l'.nr SOU), (KM was spent to adver
tise "Unocda Biscuit In packages
which sell for tlve cents, lu three
mouths the "Creino" cigars were
advertised to the amount of fctlKUKIO,
which sold a cigar to the extent of
1,000,001) each (lay ;and scores of other
industries, too numerous to mention,
illustrate the necessity of good adver
tising. If properly advertised says Ameri
can Fruits, there is absolutely no
reason for thero Udng an over produc
tion of any tiling so universally neces
sary as the products under discussion.
Judicious, systematic and effective
advertising will sell every pound of
Shortcomings of School Text Book.
The ridiculous inadequacy of some of
the school text books was well illustrat
ed in an article which appeared in The
Journal yesterday. Each geography
issued is suposscd to contain a specially
written article descriptive of the state
We wish to call your attention to our new line of Spring
Shirts. Thoy are all new and of the latest patterns. Cut
full and guaranteed to fit.
We have the largest and best selected line of
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Skirts in the city.
I...IIM mi ! ii isi null Hi,' ' r ';" ,,Tv:g-rif.-.ji-ir:
Prescriptions filled only by
Who have have had years of experience in the
should be an incentive to you to bring us
your Prescriptions and Family Kecipes.
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Our Handsomely Illustrated and Descriptive ISlOo Catalog tells all about the
Best Seeds, Plants, Shrubs, Poultry and Bee Supplies, Fertilizers,
Tools, Spray Pumps, Garden Supplies, etc.
We carry Immense slocks, make quick deliveries and promise that your
orders will have our most careful attention.
Don't buy supplies in the above lines without first consulting our 1005 Illus
truted and Descriptive Catalog, free on request.
IMM.II I II W Ml iiMMIIMf l WWPWTW
in which it is to he need. The one in
u e in our schools umtuins about six
lines of matter with-reference to Oregon
which is utterly inadequate, as prepos
terous, as thev well could be. The infor-..,-;.,..
in nther sections of the
country are prehistoric in quality and
equally full of shortcomings, yet the price
charged for the books is ludicrously out
of proportion to toe cost cu men- pro
duction. Why should the people be bold np, on
the oiie hand, and why should thev fail
to get what thev so liberally pay fur on
the other? This matter of text books
diserves very much more attention thitn
it apparently receives. The books cot-t
entirely too" much, some of them at
least are interior in quality and there
seems to be entirely ton many of them
acquired by tbe school authorities.
otcs From Pacllle Horticulturist.
Pennmik there are '!l.tHKi rural
landowners. More than half have not
more than one ucre. '.Hi.iHKi have less
than four acres, mid only 'J.0H0 have
more. The small land owemus mainly
occupy themselves with the egg mid
Porfessor Ij. A. Henderson of the
University of experiment station of
Moscow, Idaho haudled tbe subject
of tire blight, iu an able niananer at
Hoise. He niinutalns tuat tins uestue
tive enemy of the pear tree can lie
controlled ' by means of timely and
judicious pruniug with the ui-e of
proper antiseptics. We shall give some
of the essential points of bis com
plete paper in some future issue.
Charles Waters of White Salmon,
Wash., in a recent letter to the Hor
ticulturist writes that he introduced
quite a uubmer of trees of a coreloss
apple la that vicinity 20 years ago
One Price to All.
which aro now growing and bearing.
The Horticulturist suggests that it
might be worth while to get some
scions of these trees now yielding
fruit of best shape and highest quality,
and grow them on other trees under
varying conditions with a view of
securing more shapely coreloss apples
of hitflier quality.
Poos it pay to feed the cull fruit to
hoi's is answered iu the affirmative
by those who have tried it. Grain
is necessary of some kind. The far
mer or fruit grower should raise
little, either wheat, peas, or corn
then with waste fruit he can make
pork cheaply and at the same time
get a good price for cull fruit. Uood
poultry men know the value of third
President E. L. Smith of the North
west Fruit Growers association w
accompanied to the convention by A
1. Mason president of the Hood River
Apple Growers union, U. K. Castner,
vice president, and K. H. Shepard.
manager. These gentlemen are all
artists of a high order as indicated by
their work lu creating or attectm
the combination of ouantity, quailty
and high prices for Hood River ap
pies. 1 heir goods are put oa the fan
cy markets all over the world at high
prices I. o. b.
Tbe Woodman of the World Choru
of llenver, will compete fur the choral
pi ize at the I.ew la ami t. lark exposition
Professor Cwilyn Thomas. who had been
drilling tbe chorus for several month
gained distinction bv training the Den
ver Choral S.H-iety chorous, which won
first prize at ot. Louis.
I' tali will have a comprehensive ei
dibit at the Lewis and Clark exposition!
it is expecieu uiai a s:aie pavilion Wll
One three-year-old heifer for tale. Perfect
ly a-emle. Fresh February 10. Inquire oi
Hnan of blacks lor sale. Known u tbe
John Rogers team. ,.,-,,,
Rnirirv anri harness.
rly new. will Mil
W. O. DOIM1K,
Cheap for cash.
Pine, nr and oak, all In Hood River, good,
rv wood, all cut last year. Home abort plus
wood, remainder 4-(oot cord.
mens rtiM muni.
J. H. Hboeiuaker baa timothy and clover
bay for 4ale.
Por Mle, dry lS-lnch flr wood, 1.75 per rick,
delivered. nilli . U. B. Castner.
Mutch pan gray mares good general pnr
Done team, names!, wagon, apple rai-k ana
iwo-toa aprtngs. fill Jut WILSON-
Dry land clover hay for sale by
rJaa L. BILLIMAJf.
Nn a RtYiinirtin tvnewrlter for sale cheap.
or will reul to responsible parties. Call al the
(1 lacier omce.
Urubblng machine, with 2(10 feet of cable,
nearly oew. For sale or will trade for wagou.
VSi J. A. HAHl, autr 1WUHJ ru. iu.
Heunoned Dine wood In 4-foot length
3.a per cord oo tne ground in uiwu.
I a ncv.j. u nriiwnji en.
innlal.nHftiriuUnii thA fumOllB WlllOW
-i...1: ... . l,.l..H uar. 1:ll.l
.nvuia HHuirinir all eleHred land can have
uiim ntr si iiki if . 1 MAOQu 1 . IV. r. v. i.
1XJOK AT THIS The location la right, the
price la right. A good 7-room house and
Dantrv. vine oak shade trees, 2 lota
aoulb aide of Bberman avenue one block
aooth of the opera house. Call at premises.
For aale, one 120-egg Cypher'a Incubator, al
most new. Also one brooder, inquire or
n2 Mrs. V. U. urock.
For aale, two lota one block from poatomce.
mi inquire ui ur. n uu.
Will sell or rent 5 acres, all in cultfvatlon
lib Irrigating water, within ten mlnulea
walk of school nouae. Inquire of Dr. Watt.
Uay for aale. (mi) 1). F. Hhoemaker.
For aale, new brooder. Inquire G lacier.
For sale, cook atove, heater, light wagon
pair aprlnga warrant! d to hold up ti 0 poumla
May DC leeD at yj. Itugcra piuce, iieumJiii,
COS ilia, iingera.
For aale. nrat-clasa Clai k Seedling strawber
ry plants, until thev are gone. Ueo. Mclutoah
For aale, excellent wheat hay, also oat ha; ,
113.50 cash. Also 20 aacka white atar potatoes,
cheap for cash. Apply to 11. Norton, old
Odell place. ttm
Oood timothy bay at Harbison 'a J15 a ton.
Altaffa. clover, wheat and timothy hay.
also dry pine wood cut In atove lengtha.
mi r. v. ninaiuuo, iv. r. u, t
Forty acreaof my farm In Crapper district
iy, milea from Hood Kiver. Oood apple land,
K per acre. Easy ttrnis. Unimproved, under
ditch. jyiu A. A. J AIM..
For aale, gasoline engine, a "Jack of-ail-
tradea." Falrbanks-Morae make; one Sentinel
Jr. apray pump, cheap. Win. Kenutdy, East
for aale. my farm, 44 miles from town. !4
mile from school house aud church, consisting
of 140 acres; 80 acrea improved, 400 ore and
two-year-old Hpltsenberg and lellow New
towD apple trees, H) trees old orchard; 5 acres
In clover, B acrea wheat. Will Ball In whole or
In part. al5 Jerome Wells.
For aale, amall house, new. Must be re
moved Irom Its present location. Will deliver
any place lu the city al a b n-galn. S. K. Hart-
For aale or trade. 1 3-Inch furni wagon In
arood renalr: 1 good mountain hack: lliorse:
mid, cheap for cash, 1 Jersey cow fresh .Inn. 2ft
ruone laruieni izur. jaa. n . uignii, iv.j.i..
For Bale, one span horses with harness,
Aha..... ..nn llut.t u...u.,t. nn. nl..u u ilun..t Ir
with drill: several tons of hay, one Mght bug
gy, carrots, any quantity. Also some fuiiil-
-e. if. J. l reioer. 13.111
For sale, one horse, weight about 10)0 lbs;
food for strawberry ranch; fast cultivator.
'rlceftiO. mill K. A. Franz.
Oood horse for aale.
Weight 4250 lbs.
for aale cheap. H acres of fruit land M miles
from White Salmon, 't miles from Hood Riv
er. Three acrea under cultivation; rich soil;
line level land. Win. A. Blesanz. mill
For sate, wagon, harness, horaeaand mules.
at the Lawleaa ranch. in Hi
Bet of double barneaa, good as new.
at Glacier omce.
in i i
Wanted to rent, a good ranch, for a term of
3 to 5 years, Inquire of T. H, Weekly, al the
tsecond Hand tttore.
Wanted one or two dozen chickens state
price and breed. J AS. M, TAY 1.011,
fJ3 K. F. 1). Mo. 1
Wanted, woman to do general housework
Addresa V. V. Willis, Hood Kiver. ml
Wanted, six nr eight young hens, I'lymonlli
Kock preferred. 1'iione 2o;i. M. i.. tuury. iti
For rent, furnished rooms with board. Ta
ble boardera wanted also. Mrs. I). H. Taylor,
Heventh atreet, between Kiver aud Oak, in9
Furnlabed rooma, by the night or week.
mi Mra. Jury, Hherman ave.
For rent, the new atore building south ol
Gill s store on the belghu apply to
a a II. U. HATF.H AM.
Two furnlahed rooms In new house, light
heat and bath; gentlemen prcter'ed.
, tl a MU8. J.W. RHJUY, west Oak st.
Two nicely furnished rooms to rent. In
quire of Mra. Ii. U. McUUlHU, Kiver street. U
Three nice furnlahed rooms and pantry for
light housekeeping to rent. W nter in rooms.
Vi lli be vacant alter January Sii.
ml6 W. F. JACOBS.
For rent, on or about March 10, a six-room
bouse, with bath room, connected with range
all complete, in Blowers auuition.
mlO M. F. Jacobs.
For rent, 40 acre farm, owned by M. pninns.
at Mt. Hood. .SO acrea In hay, 2 acre straw
berries, aud enough tree tru. Is lor home use.
Uood buildings, plenty of water. Fur particu
lar apply to Geo. I). Culbertson A Co.
IXMt Monday, January 30; a purse contain
Ing between tTO and t'n. I think it was left
on the counter or the First National Hank,
will pay S10 reward to the finder.
Ktf F. F. FOUTS.
I.ost. one Wells' Ksaontlalaof Algebra, mark
ed with my name. Finder please leave at
Glacier omce. nilo jviulr A. Dano. .
Strayed, yearling heifer, red, tall nipped.
Belongs to F... Locke. ft!
Janitor work done at rearonuble prices I y
experienced man. Apply to E. W. CKos-i,
All kinds ot carpet weaving. Rugs ma le
from old carpets. MKS. GOOSEY.
R If Hood Kiver Heiglit.
English Walnut Trees
We are special growers. Best soft shell mi
rletle. Abundant bearers t enrly Th y
thrive In Ore$ton. We can tell you all uh ut
them. Write for catalogue and Informant n.
BROOKS & SONS,
Walnut Xvnerymen. Carlton, Ore.
In season. Popular varieties tn anv nnant ty
after April 10. ThOS. CALKIN..
Money to loan Tn sums of IIUO ui J.1,(( t).
Address 8. F. Font, ') Chamber of Com
merce building. Portland, Ore. fltitf
Thla Is not my own money. S. F. Fonts
To continue the rural mall servlc on Roi te :
N . t. It la lm-atlve thai all those who lie- e
subscribed to toe carrier's fund pay imnie;t-;
stely what balanoe Is due. Payments can bc
made at Butler A Co.'s bank .
Com. R. F. D. No. 2. ,
K acres strawberry land, anres
cleared, 2 acres in berries, 2 smoll cot-
tages o muea uui iu ncoi muc, uw,
$U00 or more cash.
6 acres at Belmont, 6 acrea in cul
tivation, cottage aud outbuildings, 150
apple trees, 'I acrea strawrjerneB, z acres
Iiaiia, f loou; fltJU UI mum mou.
New o-roomed cottage, patent bath
and closet, lour mis, a diockb irom ueooi,
center of town, $2100 ; terms reasonable.
Two lots centrally located, $560.
Two lots, new 6-roomed house, patent
bath and closet, 3 blocks from depot,
center of town, $1700.
Two-etory 8-roomed cottage, lot 70 by
140, on the hill, $1200; terms reasonable.
For Sale 1)000 acres pine timber; 1
saw mill, cuts 20.0HO per day; 1 planing
mill, capacity 30,000 feet per day; 1
store and stock of merchandise, about
13,500; 1 hotel and contents;' 1 saloon
building, rented; 3 houses, rented; 10
head horses and harness ; 9 road wag
ons, 3J H; 1 logging truck; 5 pair
sleighs ; 30 bead cattle ; 50 head bogs ;
000 feet lumber; 2000 cords wood. AH
located at and near Hilgard, Or.
For Sale New two-story 9-rootn
house; Stranahan addition ; $1100; terms
I or Sale The Abbott Store property
on the hill. Price, $3,000.
14 acres across the road from the M.
M. Davenport residence. $00 per acre.
A 40 acre tract, unimproved, some
free irrigating water, 1 miles from Bar
rett school house, $1,100.
Hanua house and lot, $2,000.
For Sale The Henderson ranch, for
merly owned by J. R. Galligan; 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 Sale The Donahue block on the
hill. Improved and fenced. Fine resi
dence, barn and outbuildings. $4500.
W ill sell the SEi tor stioo, tne JNJt.;4
for $700, or the yt for $3500. One
third cash, balance time at 8 per cent.
the Hunt place mile southwest oi
town. House, barn, mostly in strawber
ries and other fruits. Price, $1450.
One goat ranch on mountain east
of valley on county road. Price $1,500;
has small house, running water, and is
fenced. Terms, easy.
For Sale Beautiful lots in Park addi
tion, center of town, from $200 to $300.
4. 320 acres of timber land at the falls
of Hood Kiver, belonging to George E.
rorsytti ; lot) acres good fruit lanu;4UOO.
8. 160 acres at White Salmon; fine
timber land; $10 an acre.
9. The o-acre place in Crapper neigh
borhood, known as the Renshaw place;
all improved; new buildings, etc.
Five acres at Frankton; cottage and
acre and a half in cultivation. Creek
and water power; $1,000.
Ixits 10, 11, 12, block 6. Waucoma ad-
dition; improved; price $1,600; or
more cash, balance, 1 year, 8 per cent.
Small bouse aud lot on bill 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
For Sale Residence on State street at
hend of Front; $2,500, including 3 lots.
For Sale or Exchange for Hood River
property Fine residence in business
center of Sumpter.
Money to loan.
Ten acres improved, on White Sal
mon river; $1000.
First-class Surveying Outfit
At the Emporium are kept 2 first-class
transits and solar attachments, and the
proprietor, a practical surveyor, is pre
pared to do the work of laying out acre
age property in lots and blocks, and do
ing all kinds of surveying and platting.
From and after this date, April 9, 1903,
the rates will be as follows : $10 a day ;
Lot corners established for $5 a lot;
two contiguous for one owner, the
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Pepartmnet of the Interior, band Office at
The Dalles, Oregon, February 7, l'JOS
Notice Is hereby iiven that the following
named aetller has filed not ice of hla Intention
to make final proof In aupport of IiIscIhIiii.
and that said final proof will be made before
the register and receiver at The Dallea, Oregon
on Murch 34, 1906, v i:
danfokd a. Hart,
of Hood River, Oregon, on II. E. No. 11311, for
lots II, 12 and 13, section lSand lot 1 of aectlon
US, township 1 north, range 10 east W. M.
HetiHines the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon said land, vIe:
Robert I.a-ure, Clarence L.. Henseii. Oscar
Freilenhiirg, and William 8. Oribble, all of
Mount Hood, Oregon.
fill niSl MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
Notice to Creditors
Notice Is hereby given that by an order of
the county court of the stale of Oregon for
Wasco county, dated February 0, 19JS, the un
dersigned was duly appointed executor of
the will nf J. W. Blacg, deceaaed. Ml per
sons having claims against said estate are
hereby nut I tied to present the same to the
undersigned, p operly veritted, at hla place
or business ut odell, in Hood River valley,
Wasco county, Oregon, within six monlha
fron the date of this notice.
Executor of the Estate of J. W. lllack,
Foi f cords 4-fiait oak, 5 cordR 4-foot pine or
dr, IS ricks J-foot oak, 15 rlcka 2-foot pine or flr
wood, to be delivered at Pine Urove school
house tin or before Sept. 1, 1W Ii. Wood to be
first grade and to be corded up In basement
and woodshed as directed bv the board of di
rectors. Ilida must be In bv Marcb 25, at 12
o'clock noon. V. WlN'CHEl.L.Clerk.
'Bargains in Real Estate.
1. (i-room house, plastered, lot 50x130
feet, good well, three blocks from
school; pleasant location. Price $!HK).
Terms . down. Will trade for oilier
2. 4 room house, two lots 50x130 feet
catli, city water; three blocks from
"li'-ool liouse; pleasant location. Price,
$,'fi. Terms $50 down and $15 per
in 'titli. A Bargain.
It. 10 acrea ooil apple and strawlnrry
land, four acres cleared, 125 fruit trees,
ue acre strawberries, 4-room house,
well, stable, wood shed and pack
itiit lioune and chicken house.
Price $1200 TerniR $.50 down and tl5
j per month. Will trade for town prop
! crty or wild land.
I 4 Two sections of wheat land; 100
I an;- under cultivation on each; 500
l acre tillable hind nu one section, bal
I a; ce tine pasture land, good well small
j bouse, one section fenced. For sale
lebeapnii easy terms. Will trade for
Hood Kiver proH?rty.
j "). b-room bouse, fine location, over
lo fcing the Columbia. $t00.
j o. lour fine lots for $175 each, 4 for
j $150 eiu-li, ldow brow of hill, overlook-
ii. i be Columbia.
7. We write all kiuds of insurance
.tn t make collections.
Real Estate & Exchange Co.
Hood River, Ore.