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HOOD RIVER GLACIER
ARTHUK D. MOB. PubUhr.
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THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1905.
The receut enumeration of New
berg gives that city a population of
1CGC. Old Yamhill county is evident
ly still forging ahead.
The Pendleton Tribune hag Installed
a practically new plant, and sent the
old one away to be gone forever.
Success to the Tribune; long may
One day last week, the Glacier is
informed, the growers sold berries
on the street at $2.25. The Union
that day had more orders than they
could fill at $3.25 and $3.50. Why do
growers want to throw away a dollar
We had the privilege last Sunday of
looking over the Portage railway, says
Editor lien net o the Irrigon Irrigator.
It wok very nearly completed. And the
work seems to be well done, the wharves,
the barges and the depot buildings be
ing far better than we expected. This
road meaiiB a great deal to eastern Ore
gon, but Irrigon will probably receive
greater benefits from It than any other
Reject Woolen Mill Proposition.
The committee appointed by the
Hood Iiiver Commercial club to inves
tigate the roceut woolen will project
offered the people of Hood River,
have reported adversely on the matter
Hood River, Or., May 18, 1905. To
the llassalo Commercial club of Hood
We, your committee to Investigate
the proposition submitted by Messrs
Wright & Wilbur, recommend that the
proposition as submitted to bring
woolen mill to Hood River be reject
The principal reason for making
this report Is that there has been no
porvlslou for an adequate working cap
Hal. ine large amount of money
necessary ror buying the raw material,
carrying the manufactured product
ana extending trie usual aocomoda
tions to merchants would make
necessary in our judgment, to have
working capital at least as large as
me capital stock or the company and
even this would make It necessary
for the company to borrow money at
curiam seasons uunng eaon year.
The exceedingly high price for wool.
the vory depressed condition of the
woolen mill business in the North
west and the fact that the machinery
wuicn it is proposed to bring here ii
not all flrstclasa machinery are all tin
favorable conditions which helped
io uriug us io tins decision.
It is hardly necessary to state in
closing that this is a matter in which
we are greatly interested audi -we re
grot that we feel compelled to report
Respectfully submitted as the unan
linous report of the committee
In Upper Valley
assessor for Wasco
county, was down from The Dalles
Tuesday, visiting with friends in Hood
River, and incidently attending to mat
ters relating to tlio assessment work to
be dune hero.
Jasper Wlckham lias been named as
deputy assessor, and began work the
nrsi oi cue weeic lu the upper vallev
M. P. Isenberg has been named to take
tlio census of the city of Hood River,
anil will later assist Mr. Wickham
taking tlio census and assessment in the
valley, the territory being considered
too large for one man to nronerlv cover.
Mr. honberg eipecta to complete the
win oi uiKing wie census ot Hood
Kiver this week.
Form Equal Nufferage Club.
more will lie a vigorous campaign
xor equal suiierage lu the state of Ore
gon before the next general election
iu June 11)0(1, in preparation for which
ino siuie organizer, Miss Mary N.
Chase, addresses a meeting at the
Congregational church Baturdav after-
noon, and ell'ected the organization of
an equal Biiirerageclub In Hood River.
ino people or Oregon are very pro
gressive, and further advancement
leads Into this hinder deuree of ins.
tice. It is the infusion of the mother
spirit into the all airs of state.and will
be supported by all lovers of justice
and fairness. All persons wishing to
ne i actors in rurinering this oause will
meet Monday afternoon, May 2!), with
Mrs. A. Whitehead, ooruer of C street
ami Hazel avenue. COM.
llurber Shop In Mount Hood Hotel.
C. Li. (illbert, proprietor of the
Mount Hood hotel, has expended 50(
in lilting up a burlier shop for the
patrons of this well known hostelry.
J. R. MoCally, formerly of this city.
is here from Portland to take charge
oi trio new snop.
Few shops outside the cities are
fixed up so luxuriously as this one at
tlio Mount Hood hotol. The natron
seats himself in an 185 chair and gazes
into largo plate glass mirrors which
adorn tlio walls. Heavy linoleum
covers the floor, and paper of the
latest design makes bright aud clean
A two-chair bootblack stands Is one
of the acquisitions of the shop. There
are also porcelain bath tubs and
everything to make a llrst class estab
lishment complete in every particular.
Mr. MeCally is well kuown here, and
lias a large acquaintance with the
Mr. (iilliert expects a large travel to
Mount Hood this summer, and hat
prepared to meet the needs of the
travelers after the loug stage trip from
the mountitiu. The traveling public
will also appreciate the modern con
veniences added to this hotel. Mr.
(Iilliert aud his son, C. L. (iilliert,
manager of the hotel, never do thing
by halves, and now otrer the traveling
public and their frieuds of the city
a veryjtlne harboring establishment.
Hot Weather Plies.
Persons iitllieted with piles should be
careful at this season of the year. Hot
weather and bad drinking water con
tribute to the conditions which make
piles more painful and dangerous.
l)eWitt's Witch Hazel Salve stops the
pain, draws out the soreness and cures
(iet the genuine, hearing the name of
K. C. Ik-Wilt & Co. Sold at (. K.
Rev. and Mrs. (. J. Tate and
daughter Nellie arrived last Thursday
from Denver to make their home in
Hood River. Miss Caroline Cordon,
now Mrs. Fred Tate, accompanied the
party from Denver. i
SAVINGS BANK ? The PA
ftiver is to have a saviuas LJ H H W
Hood River is to have a savings
bank. The First National bank of
this city has arranged to open a sav
ings bank department, Friday, June
Depoists received for the savings
bank will bear Interest and will be
governed by rules similar to those of
savings banks in other places.
A quantity of neat strong safes of
convenient size will be provided for
the use of children, and grown per
sons desiring them. Pass books con
taining full printed instructions re
garding the rules of the savings de
partment will befurnisbed depositors.
This new ftature should appeal es
pecially to the wage earner, providing
them an opportunity to deposit
small amounts from time to time
which will help them by bearing inter
est while on deposit.
Circulars explaining the system will
be distributed in a few days. The offi
ces of the bank will be pleased to an
swer any Inquiry regarding it at all
times and are confident it will meet
with the hearty approval of the gen
(J range Dance a Hlg Success.
By a Htaff Correspondent.
Underwood Wash., May 24 The pic
nic and social dance given Saturday
evening by the iiig White Salmon
Orange in the new hall, near the Under
wood school house, was a grand success.
It was in fact the inauguration of the
new ball where the intentions are to
many a social pension. The grange hss
been organized but a short time yet
already nearly fifty farmers have idcr
tilied themselves with the movement.
While the weather was decidedly bad,
and had effect on the visitors attend-
ence, still those who were there had tin
time of their lives. The I.yle grange
and the Cascade Locks' grunge had sen
word that they were coming in large
numbers, but the weather In the even
iiig broke even more threatening than
did the afternoon and the trip was
abandoned. White Salmon and Hoik
River were represented with good dele
nations, and the grangers and tliei
wives all saw to It, that all were given
a roval time.
Tfie farmers on the Washington sid
are all feeling in good siurits, the berry
crop is ol fine quality, and good prices
tend to make the harvest so far a very
A more suitable place could not have
been conceived to erect a hall than the
present site. F.asy accessible to, from
all wavs. and half hidden among th
firs, giving protection in case of storm
The affair was such a pleasant success
that It was decided to hold another social
dance on the following Saturday evenin
to allow all who had failed to attend the
first one an opportunity of enjoying the
nrlvileiio ot the new hall
It was 8 o'clock when Underwood aud
Weaver, the best two-men orchestra in
Washington, took their positions on the
platlorm and the floor manager an
nounced the first waltz. It was well
the next dnv before the home, sweet
home was played, and even then against
the wishes of many of the merry
makers. Jack rJeeley ofhcinted
The olliccrs of the grange are as fol
C. II. Cromwell, Master: C. D. Moore
Observer: Mike Thornton, Lecturer; W
A. Orsor, Steward; Bert Uracil, Chap'
All the officers and in (act all the
members of the grange are largely re
sponsible for the happy occasion, for
all worked hard to make it a success
In the school house refreshments were
served, and it is due the ladies of Under
wood and auxiliary to the grange, to
mention the supper. No king was ever
served more royally. 1 he choicest her
riea that ever grew and plenty of them
were set before the banqueters and otht
tempting dainties to make the spread
complete and elaborate.
Those who had charge of this feature
The Mesdames, Mike Thornton Mary
Olsen, C. 1). Moore, Nellie llrown, Itert
Veach, C. 11. luhhs, hd Underwood
and the MisscB Klsie and Lottie Under
wood and Miss Sadie Orser.
Hie walls oi the school house wcrs
decorated with the fancy work of the
ladies, and the exchequer of the grange
was largely increased trom tlio sale
One of the interesting features of the
evening was the awarding of a cake
A large cake was cut into thirty eight
pieces, and in one of the sections a live
dollar gold piece was placed. When
the time came to make the award, the
pieces were passed around and all com
menced eating cake to find tlio "shiner.'
Karl Hon bar t was the lucky one and the
contest that had aliorded so much monu
ment came to a happy close.
It was a perfectly orderly crowd, and
there was nothing to offend. In diet it
was targe laiiiuy garnering. tvivcN,
sisters, daughters and sweethearts
mingled and saw to it that all were
dancing. There was not even one little
unpleasant incident to mar the pleasure
One thing is sure the Iiig White Shimon
Urange has established a splendid repu
tation for social affairs and when the
next one comes oil', the new hall should
be crowded. The lloor is perfect, and
all who love rood dancing can surely
lind it and the music is far abovethe
"The Home of Low Prices."
With only Immediate relatives and
a few friends preaont.the new homo of
Kov. and Mrs. O. J. Jate, ou IMowton
Clark avenue, was dedicated at high
noon Friday, May 11), by marriage of
their son Fred to Miss Caroline Cor
don of Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Tate left that after
noon for a short trip to Portland and
the coast. They will make their home
on Mr. Tate's farm lu Hood River.
Mrs. Tate arrived only the day before
the wedding from her home iu Devor.
Ivev. Mr. late, father of the irroom.
performed the wedding seremony.
Bernard II. I.ueo and Miss Mara F.
Smith, well known young people ol
lood Kiver, were married Wednesday.
May 17, at The Dalles at the home ot
Kev. D. V. Poling, who performed the
ereinony. Hans I. am', fattier of urooin
and Mrs. M. M. Hill, sister of the
bride, were among those present.
Friends of the young people in Hood
River are showering congratulations on
Air. and Mrs. l.age.
Mrs. Laie came to Hood River from
Waterloo, Iowa, three years ago, since
which time she has been a teacher in
Pine Oroya school. Mr. Lage is one of
Hood River's progressive young far
mers. Mr. and Mrs. 1-aiie returned
Monday from a trip to Portland, and
will make their home on the Van Horn
plate on the Fast Side, where Mr. Lge
ton-man lor Mr. leelter.
Mr. Oaumer, of Kimona, Wash.. Is
spending a short time in Hood River,
the guest of H. C. Dietz. He is "spy-
n g out the laud ' iu this vicinity, with
the thought of removing here iu the
We have the best selected line of
dry goods in Hood River and we can
save you money on every purchase.
Our line of gloves is the most complete in the city.
We have practically every kind of a glove you want-
Men's 10-ouwe canvas gloves, three pair 250
Men's bleached 14-ounce canvas gloves 100
Men's canvas gloves, leather tipped fingers and thumbs 100
Men's muleskin gloves, band top patent string fastener, brown, drab. ..250
Men's calf skin gloves 500
Men's horsehide gloves, all prices, up to $1.40
Best grade Sornac buck gloves 1.00
Men's blue and white striped overalls : EO0
Jumpers to match above 500
A large assortment of collar and cuff buttons at less than
half the price they are being sold elsewhere.
All our men's 500 summer and medium-weight underwear 450
Men's black arid white shirts, best of material, double-breasted, only. ...450
Number 40, all silk taffeta ribbon, .'5 inches wide
Ladies' pearl shirt waist sets, worth 2."0 100
Misses' fine ribbed hose, double heel, toe and knee, only 150
We not only give you the most goods for the
least money but j;ive you coupons with each
purchase entitling you io our fine chinaware.
GREET MISS FISCHER
Miss Margarltu Fischer closed a
two-nights' engagement at the Opera
House Tuesday evening, presenting
"Down on tho Farm." JVHhb Fischer
is an accomplished young woman,
who will be heard from later in the
theatrical world. She has surrounded
herself with a good strong company,
and there Is not a dull moment in
the course of the evening.
Fred lireen, the comedian, made a
big hit, and 8. M. Crutis is a second
edition of the late Hoi Smith Russell.
Robert MoKonzle in his old man
roles is a strong part, and Kdua Gra
ham is a finished actress.
The plays were both well mounted
and taking into consideration the
cramped qimtos of the stage to present
such elaborate hills it was far better
than the urinary, and it can tie said
to the management that a kid glove
show has been arranged.
There is that smack of refinement
about all the members of the cast,
and there is nothing that would give
the impression that of anything ob
jectionable. Miss Fischer will return
on Monday, June 5, and will remain
for one week. The impression made
here will assure the company that
crowded houses will greet them. The
oponing bill will be "In Utah."
Services at the Itclinont Last Sunday.
Sunday, May 21, is a day to lie re-
momhored at Belmont. In the morn
ing at 11 a. in. Rev. W. J. Baldwin,
of Arlington, Ore., preached a very
liolprm sermon. At 7 p. m. tho J'.p
worth league service was opened by
Miss Ollie Phelps. In view of the
iresence of several visitors, they were
nvited to address the Laegue,
Mrs. W. P. Jonnett spoke on Junior
Ijoaguo work. Rev. W. P. Jennett,
of Prineville, Ore., spoke on the sub
ject of the evouing, "Crowing up for
lod. Ho was followed by Rev. S.K.
lloruilirook, of liickloford, Wash.
sve. W. J. Ilaldwin, the fourth vioe
uesident of Tho Dalles district league.
spoke ou tho work coming under his
lepartment. these addresses were
inlpful, inspiring and much appreci
ated by tho audience.
At 8 p. in. Dr. Daniel U Rader.
editor of the Pacific Christian Advo
cate, preached a sermon of great iu-
erest. Iwo persona united with the
hurch. The visitors were welcomed
iy a hearty hand shaking at the dose
if the service. Rev. W. L. Dillinucr
and wife were present. Visitors are
ordlally welcome at liolmout.
In Dukes Valley, upper Hood River
alley, Tuesday, April IS, VM, the
2 day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Stanton. Whooping couch was the
auso of death. Funeral services were
ouducted by Milton Odell Wednesday
afternoon at tho house. Interment
was mado in Pine (irove cemetery.
Death Claims Karl Slmonton.
F. Karl Simonton, a resident of the
heights, died Wednesday morning,
May 24, after an illness lasting two
ears. Mr. Simoiiton was taken sick
will measles about two years ago,
which settled iu hS;i lungs. The young
man gradually grew weaker, and for
the last sevn months he has hoeu con
fined to his led.
He leaves a wife, a father and two
brothers. Deceased was ltd years old.
Funeral services were conducted at
the residence, Thursday afternoon.
Burial was made in ldlewildu ceme
Mrs. A. 1. Mason returned from the
mspital at The Dalles Sunday, where
he spent forty-seven days. She is
now rapidly recovering and feeling as
well as could be expected.
..New Commission House..
E desire to announce to 1 l.e fruit grow
ers and shippers of Hood Iiiver and
tributary points that we have opened
a new wholesale fruit, produce and com
mission business at the above address.
While our firm may be new to many,
members of our firm are far from beiiif?
new to the business as Mr. Koskey has
been in the employ of another Front street com
mission house for almost twenty years, and Mr.
McEwen was with the same firm for twelve years.
We are therefore closely in touch with the Port
land trade and our location is riht in the heart
of the commission district, and consignments of
strawberries, or other fruits or produce will come
to the immediate attention of the city buyers.
We will get the best possible price for goods
sent us and render sales with check promptly.
( onsignmcnts solicited.
129 Front street,
M'EWKN Jc KOSKEY.
...Mount Hood Store...
W. S. GRIBBLE, Proprietor.
Fine Fishing Tackle " Ammunition Drv (ioods
Hardware Graniteware Notions
iinv uram i lour reeu r un line oi uroceries
BIG INCREASE IN
"Ow ing to intelligent placing and
distriputions which the Union were
able to make this year by thoroughly
understanding the market conditions
of every city that consumes Hood
River lierries, they will return the
grower 2.00 net profit per crate for
strawberries, instead of $1.00 net protlt
returned last year on the day when
the numlier of crates shipped was
slightly less," aunounces Mr. Shep-ard.
This is not due to shortage of ber
ries, because other districts have large
crops. Calfornia Is stu shipping to
.Northern markets In car loads. Ash-
laud aud Southern Oregon have been
shipping heavily, aud Kennewick, a
new berry district, is in full blast.
George Smith, accompanied by Mrs.
Smith arrived last Saturday from Pino
Flat. They will remain in Hood River
during the 'strawberry season, Mr. Smtih
being employed at the otlice of the Fruit
Growers' union. Mr. Smith has re
cently purchased 10 acres of land one
mile from the town of White Salmon.
He has a man clearing the land, and
expects to have the ten acres ready for
apple trees next spring. While in the
city, Mr. and Mrs. Smith are the guests
Ray Imbler on Shor-
of Mr. and Mrs.
Fat tory Is Turning out Ice.
The ii-e factory of the Davidson Fruit
Co. i i ii i freezing ice, and it is expect
ed tha letruterator fruit cars ent out
from li ic the latter part of the week
can Ii I 'S.led with Hood River ice,
fum . in., never before done.
It i t'Me ti'd that the Hot car will
le;ie tin. 'thi. Mr. Davidson states that
wh . r ( s are very K(Si at this date,
by tii" nine bslay's lierries reach their
de.-i n -'ion, there is very apt to he a
chill i; in the situation, as large quanti
ties i I lu rries are pouring into the dif
Sim k to Condemn Right of Way.
Condemnation proceedings have been
instituted by the Mount Hood railway
iteainst the Hood River Lumbering
Co. (which includes the Winans Rros.
and Mrs. Oiler). N. C. F.vans, William
Fhrck, Frank Xelf aud Goerge T. Pra
ttler. The defendants seek to post
pone the suit by arguing that the rail
road company is a foreign corpora
tion, and that the proceedings must
be taken luto the United States dis
trict court. A decision ou this point
is expected today.
At the Churches.
Speciial union servces will lie con
ducted at the opera house, Sunday
Having been appointed by HeDry C.
Coeas his agent in this locality I am
prepared to place before the public lor
sale some of the most sightly lots in the
west end oi town.
EIWI! A. HENDERSON.
16-inch body pine 1.50 per rick deliv
ered. lft-inch body oak 1.75 per rick deliv
ered. 4-foot pole pine or fir $4.00 ier cord
4-foot pole oak $1.75 per cord delivered.
Prompt delivery. 'Phone.
If anyone wants a good fresh mllch cow, I
have one lor sale. JS John llakel. K. F. P. a
Hay mare, weight 1150; good cultivator; very
geutie; mngie or doiilile. Murray Ka; . JS
100 narks of Al Biirtiutik potatoes; Just the
size for hotel and restaurant rade. Inquire
on (ilea KldRe Farm, 'plume mi. JS
Forty-five Angora goatx for Kale; reasonable:
call od or address Geo. skirensen. Lyle, Wash.
400 Hal and 'JiiO square, wcond hund pickets
for sale cheap or trade for wood. Odk street,
In U. B. church block. C. K Waldo. J
Thoroughbred Langshangr efrga for hatching. Al
$1 . 50 perae tting. A I bert Larson, Reu ben,0 r.
Thoroughbred Buff Orpington Chickens; 10 hetiB
and one rooster. Price $10, Inquire of A. J.
Haynes, Underwood. Wash. ni25
Fresh cow; price $40. Inquire of J. H. Groves,
R. F. D. No. l. m25
One Kcwanee Air Pressure tank. Can be used
for spray pump or lawn sprinkler. Inquire of
Mrs. L. W. Marcellus, Phone 775. m25
Buff Orpington eggs for hatching, 75c per set
ting of 15. m'io
Buff Orpington and Buff Leghorns. Orpingtons
$1; Leghorns 75c per hatching of 15. Mrs. Anna
Anderson. Phone 1275, m25
30 acres of fine orchard land adjoining new
county road; alt under ditch; 8 acres cleared; will
take contract to clear part of land if contractor
desires. Call on or write to A. Schiller,R.F.D.Nol.
A brood sow and boar; very cheap. Hlpmu
place; A. J . Emerson. jl.
By the owner, one corner lot on Hood River
Heigh tha. Fine place for tent in Summer; for
sale cheap. Call on or address Mrs. L. W. Mar
cellus. Phone 775, m25
8 acres one and a half miles from town of Hood
River. Nearly all un.u . cultivation. 3S acres in
berries. Owner must jell. Address Box 297,
Portland, Or. m25
20 acres, half planted to alfalfa; also six acres
uncleared; in East Side apple belt. Inquire of V.
Winchell. R. F. D. No. 1. m25
10, 20 and .10 ares of land; live-sixth olenred
clover and apple treett; Kutu Hide. L. Kiilli
The Otirdcner house and lot at Hlnron; price
reasonable. For further purtlculniN npply to
Theouhsdorf, lilnyen. WhhIi. JK
Hlx acreH In apple nnd cherries: rural doll v.
ery; under ditch; on nuiln mud within two
mild or city; $.HO0 It old within twelve day:
this Is the very beat of apple land; houKetind
barn; horses, harness, waona and far in ma
chinery included. J. H, IeMuss JH
Big Sale of Land.
IV) you want a ten-acre tract of tirst-clas
strawberry or fruit hind at bargain? If ho,
examine the M.B.Potter farm near city of
Hood Kiver, lift acres. Just placed on "the
market to be sold in lots to pult. I'hII at the
farm or any real estate firm In Hood Kiver.
J15 lh 13th utreet, Portland.
To Trade for City Prop-
one Vacre plaoeiffood house; one40-acre farm
10 acres In fruit; free water. II. M. Abbott.
One B-acre farm, pood house; one 40 acre
place about 10 In fruit. H. M. Abbott.
Berry packers at the Franze place.
J K. H, Wallace.
A worn n to do housework, anil care for one
child during the berry waion; reasonable
wages. V. W. Willis, Hood Kiver, II F I( 10 Jl
Five strawberry packers. W. H. Hull, phone
l.lKht furm wngoh; Inch spindle; Mate
condition, price and where wtigron cau be
seta. Mrs. U. H. Mercer, It. V. 1). No. 2. jl
Girl or woman for general house work, at res
dencc of lit. F. C. Brosius. rn2.r
To exchange 20 acres unimproved land in
Marion for lots or acreage. 1. O. Bx H04, I'ort
land, Or. m2fi
Book containing bank deposit slips nn
cheeks amounting to over 81,5ik); was left n
Krohn. A Heaton's store, .Monday evenlm
owner may have same by Identifying sann
and paying for this ad.
The owner of the black and while hull, run
ning loose, will please keep lilm conllned, i s
1 do not wish any slock from hlin.
j--! John 1'. II Distrain.
To the stockholders of the Mt. Valley Water
To., that there wll be held a special meeting
iinuu.jiy, June n, mr tne purpose oi amending
the by-laws and any other business that mav
come before the meeting.
J. L. Oroff, Secretary.
Pay Your Dog Tax.
and don't you forget It.
K. O. Olinger.
The partnership heretofore existing between
H. K. Fonts and Kalph Heed, under Ihe linn ol
Hismi Kiver Cigar Co , is hereuv dissolved by
mutual consent, and all hill, owing by or to
said Ilrui will be collected or paid by Kalph
Heed. s K. runs.
Notice to Contractors.
The Hoard of Directors ot Ihe Hood Itlvnr
Apple Growers Union will reel ve sealed bids
foi the construction or a Irost and iiie-pnif
warehouse to be built secoiuing to pisns and
specifications now on rile In Ihe otlice ol V M
Hall-Lewis, architect; All bliU to be placed
In the bands of Duller A- Co. not later than
Thursday noon, June 1, l!sl.'i. Said bids to he
opened at 5 o'clock p. m. Thursday , dune 1
1. and Ihe right to reject any and all bids
Is reserved by said Board of Hireelors,
U. 11. sntOAT, Secretary.
Notice to Contractors
Bids will be received tin to .Inn,, in f.ini,.
construction of a house- rianssud sin-clilcs-
tlons may be seen on and alter Saiurdar
Mlir ')1 HI i:wi T IV.. II, UP .. ...!
v .,' , i.-sMieiice
of J. K. Jerome, on the hill. I reserve the
right to reject any or all bids.
J" J. C. Sberrleb
Minorca3 & Orpingtons
t lrt-Cl:tSM MlOclt l-'ou ft I.I a.l .1
setting. Ralph 11. Lewis, Belmont. " n-:u
moaning at 11 o'clock. A sermon ap
propriate to Memorial dav will lw .1...
livered by Rev. Mr. Cliaiuliprs nf Mm
Kpiacopal church. Tl, (iraml Annr
and Women of the Holief Corps w ijj
attend the services in a body.
alley Clitistian Mo ninu semmii-
"Consider the fSea." Evening, special
Unitarian Special memorial seni,-,.
K. P. hall. No S or inorninir servi. o
Congregational S. S 10 a. in. Tnioii
service K. P. hall. C. K. 7 n. ni.
Mayea Bros, hare emnloved a fW.
class meat cutter ami are letter
equipped to Rive you prompt atten
tion aud deliver goodd more promp
than ever before. Mr. Alcorn, the
cutter they have employed,comen h-re
from Concordia, Kansas, and is a
moat man of eiht years experience.
Mr. Alcorn is very much pleated with
the city and expects to move his fam
ily here and make bis home iu Hood
Six room cotta?. furnished, for $1100
or unfurnitihud for $1000. Ewers' place
on the hill.
For Sale or Rent, 5 acres partly im
proved, at Frankton.
For Sale at Mount Hood, Un Helmer
store building and 5 acres, utO.
20 acres at Mount Hood for tale, run
ning ?32 an acre. On the county road
Fine business lot on main street fur
f 1(KH) on installment, or $1500 cash.
5 acres strawberry land, -4 aeres
cleared, 2J acres in berries, 2 smoll cot
tages 3 miles out on West Side, $1100;
$iK)0 or more cash.
(i,ai acres at Belmont, (i acres in cul
tivation, cottage, and outbuildings, 150
ipple trees, 2 acres strawberries, 2 acres
allalfa, $1300 ; $750 or more cash.
Ni vv 6-roomed cottage, patent bath
nnd closet, four lots, 3 blocks from depot,
center of town, $-100; terms reasonable.
Two lots centrally located, $550.
Two lots, new (i-roomed house, patent
bath and closet, 3 blocks from depot,
center of town, $1700.
Two-story 8-roomed cottage, lot 70 by
140, on the bill, $1200; terms reasonable.
For Sale 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
$.'1,500 ; 1 hotel and contents; 1 saloon
building, rented; 3 houses, rented; 10
head horses and harness ; 9 road wag
ons, 31 H; 1 logging truck; 5 pair
sleighs; .IP head cattle; 60 head hogs;
000 (net lumber; 2000 cords wood. All
located at and near llilgard, Or.
Fur Sale New two-story 9-room
house; Stranaban addition; $1100; terms
1'or Sale The Abbott Store property
on the bill. Price, $3,000.
14 acres across the road from the M.
M. Davenport residence. ftiO per acre.
A 40 acre tract, unimproved, some
free irrigating water, li miles from Bar
rett school house, $1,100.
Hanna house and lot, $2,000.
F'or 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 Kiver.
The Hunt place )s' mile southwest of
town. House, barn, mostly in strawber
ries and other fruits. Price, $1450.
One goat ranch on mountain east
of vulley on county road. Price $1,500;
has small bouse, running water, and is
fenced. Terms, easy.
For Sale Beautiful lots in Park addi
tion, center of town, from $200 to $,'100.
4. 320 acres of timber land at the falls
of Hood River, belonging to George E.
Forsyth ; 100 acres good fruit land;$4()00.
8. 100 acres at White Salmon; fine
timber land ; $10 an acre.
0. The n-acre place in Crapper neigh
borhood, known as the Iienshaw place;
all improved; new buildings, etc.
Five acres al Franktmi; cottage nnd
acreand a half in cultivation. Creek
and water power; $1,000.
bits 10, 11, 12, block 5, Waucoma ad
dition; improved; price $1,(100; or
more cnsli, balance, 1 year, 8 percent
Small house and lot on hill to rent, $24
a year; two vacant lots with privilege of
purchase $20 a year for the two.
F'or Sale Eoiir-tiftbs interest in the
M. O. Wheeler 100 aces near Hood
For Sale Residence w State street at
bead of Fron! ; 2,5(Ki, including 3 lots.
For Sale or Excluine for Hood River
property Fine residence in business
center of Snnipter.
Money to loan.
Ten acres improved, on 'White Sal
mon river; $1000.
21 a. at Frankton; improved; $2200.
First-class Surveying Outfit.
At the Emporium are kept2lirst-class
transits and solar attachments, and the
proprietor, a practical surveyor, iB pre
pared to do the work of laying out acre
age property in lots and blocks, and do
ing all kinds of surveying ami platting.
From and after this date, April 9, 1 '03,
the rates will be as follows : $10 a day ;
Lot comers established for $5 a lot;
two contiguous for one owner, the
WHY BE SICK?
When Pr. Olney can cure you of
Kidney, stomach, heart troubles,
anil also diseases of men and women
absolutely w ithout the use of knife or
dings. Infact there is nothing in the
line i f sickness that this wonderful mm
He demonstrates the power of magne
tic vibrations by curing and overcoming
If he fails to cure jon there isalco
uH'ly no charge. I e is prepared to re
ceive patients at once.
Now reniemlier if you are sick it csls
vou nothing to consult this wonderd 1
num. Absent treatments given.
Ad. Ires-, )R. E. OI.XEV,
liaiiiona Hotel, Hood River.
For Sale or Exchange.
A No. 1 mare, weight l.l'O, for small team of
ponu's; imwl Of K.'iiile; also one 3 im-li truck
ror Hull, wagon. JS H. f. Mi-Kunivy, H, F. 1)2.
All klni!srii'a-s flleil ly A. W. Carstens
r.-Milt-nri' soiiiiiw. st comer Ilnrrvit-Sipma ail
ilnlon, 1, xn! Uiver Urchin. Work done on
i'ort notuv. ji
$117.00 GIVEN AWAY
Co-'t of house.
Cost of lot
Will si ll for $5750.00
Ri n'ed for $S 00 per month; city water;
telephone; (i room house: sealed and
papeivd LIMYIX A. HF.SDERS0S.