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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1905)
HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THUKdDAY, JULY 6, 1905
CREAM ROUTE FIRST
Jiy Roswcll Shelley.
Odell, East Hood River, July 5.
Lust Saturday there wan a meeting at
tho Commercial club rooms at Hood
River that wan the starter of an enter
prise In the valley that is probably the
most important of any undertaking
for the public weal that has ever been
Tho unanimity of feeling and senti
ment expressed showed unmiMtakable
signs that the farmers were in dead
earnest in the matter. A represent
ative of the Hazelwood creamery wan
expected to be present, but was un
avoidably detained. Perhaps , It wan
jiint an well while iniative step are
Mayor Blowers of the city was pre
nent a id expresosd himself an being
highly in favor of this move. Mr.
Abbott wan of the samo opinion. Jo
fart all present were enthusiastic,
and while there were present only two
representatives from the town, we
think that when the business men of
Hood Kivor have time to consider the
matter tbey will also give us aid.
A committee was appointed repre
senting each road district, to take a
canvas of the numlier of cows iu the
valley, and report same at the next
meeting, which Is subject to a call by
the chairman. This meeting will be
called at an early date, just as soon
as arraugeinonts can be made for a
representative of the Hazelwood peo
ple to meet us and take up the matter
of first establishing a cream route,
which seems the only practical thing
In the matter at this time, owing to
the scarcity of oows in the vlley. It
In nrnhuhln (hut. this route will be es
tablished within 30 days.
The farmers present were of one
opinion, to wit: That we were up
against It, and that a creatn route
now and a creamery later was a neces
sity. Holf preservation Is the first law
of nature and has never been re-
vj Eye Glasses and Spectacles
SMITH'S BRICK BLOCK
Did yon ever notice the balance wheel in your watch? The balance wheel of a watch gives five vibrations every
second", three hundred every minute, 1S,(KH) every hour, 432,000 every day, and 157,480,000 every year. At each
vibration it rotates a!otit one and a quarter times, making 10(,S,50,000 revolutions every year.
In order that we may lietter iindertand the stupendous amount of lalmr performed ly these tiny works, let us
make a comparison with n locomotive having six-foot driving wheels. It it Ik- run until its w heels shall have
given the same number of revolutions that a watch balance gives in one year, ami it will have covered a distance
equal to twenty-eight complete circuits of the earth. All tins a watch does w ithout other attention than winding
once every twenty-tour hours.
Now, suppose both machines started in good order. The locomotive is oiled every fifty minutes, is carefully
wiped and cleaned before lieing oiled. So that while doing the work of a watch for one year, it has been cleaned
t!,!55 and oiled 23,010, (and is now in the shop for repairs.) While your watch suppose it doen't look very dirty
and even if It still keeps pretty fair time wouldn't it do better service and wear much longer if carefully cleaned
and properly oiled ONCE to every 14,000 time a locomotive iB?
thoroughly aroused in this matter
something will soon lie doing and this
most important (piostiou settled and
settled right. It is our opinion that
the business interests of Hood Liver
cannot afford to remain silent upon a
question of such importance, involv
ing as It does tlie future wolfare or
Mount Hood bad a similar meeting
tne same day ana parties attending
sy that they are anxious to co-operate
with us. Let's all poll together
and lose no time in establishing first
this cream route, and in so doing the
farmers will be eucouraged to the ex
tent that their cow herds will soon be
increased, and then it will be an easy
matter to get stock taken for a co
operative concern if we want it. If
not, the Hazelwood people will gladly
put up a plant that will accommo
date the interests of the valley, and
one which will quickly prove mutually
profitable. By all means, let's have
it with as little delay as powsible, for
communities wherein creameries are
established are invariably p osperous
and conditions are right here for such
The Rev, Mr. Cruzan of Spokane,
dolivored a very excellent and elo
ipient sermon at the Union church at
Odell last Sunday at 3 p. in. Hon.
K. L. Smith drove the party out from
town, which was made up of himself.
Rev. Cruzan and 14ev. Nelson and
wife. Tho sermon was an appeal for
a higher, purer life, not through fear
of punishment, but because such a
life is the right kind for one to live.
His thought was that professions and
creeds count for little. The life itself
was the one thing needful ; that heaven
is a condition rather than a place;
that heaven and hell are here and
The sermon was replete with good
sentiment, the speaker presenting in
a very pleasing manner many allure
ments that should call us from the
path of sin. Such preachers are
teachers and are always welcome iu
i any community unit aesire a netter
condition of morals and a higher state
Mr. Cru.au spent some time in
Hood River valley 28 years ago and
was delighted to have opportunity to
return and renew old friendships am)
We supply the remedy
On the Fourth wo Mippliecl tliewnall boy "with
tlx? goods." Wo nro now supplying t lx? mot hoi
and tho nurso with arnica, antiseptic bandages,
etc. Tho young men of Hood Kiver nro as patriotic
as tho youth during tho days of our forefathers.
Tho noise produced by tho Kevolutionary boys
has thundered down tho decades and 'tis recorded
on tho pages of history that following tho noise
of many battle that gave to us freedom and liberty,
tho envy of tho civilized world, many burns and
wounds were in evidence, and needed tin aid of a
ca reful compounding pharmacist. la this trouble
some hour we are more than careful in proscription
duties. We carry proprietoiies, having w orld-wide
reputation, that arc splendid for powderburns and
bruises. Tho picnic out ing may have caused tan
and freckles, wo have just the preparation to re
move it. Ask tho clerk about it.' Indigestion so
often follows a holiday dinner. Don't suffer with
that awful distress. Just tell us the symtoms, we
do the rest. Tho ladies are invited to look overour
t ntensivo line of toilet waters and powders. We
can explain how to make life worth living these hot
REIR a CASS,
No extra charge for engraving.
note tlie development of recent years.
It was Mr. Nelson's appointment yes
terday, but he told us that be had
brought us a larger, brighter, better
man than himself. That was what
Nolsou said. He that as it may, Mr. ,
Nelson will preach for us two weeks
from last Sunday, and if we want him
he will be with us every two weeks
at 3 p. m. We think Odell needs and
wants such work and we bespeak for
Mr. Nelson a cordial welcome.
Mr. Woodwortb, wife Bud sou of
Belmont, with C. Sharp, an old time
friend of tho Wood worths, toured the
Bast Side last Sunday, and lunched at
the Little White store park. Mrs.
Woodworth calls Mr. Sharp her foster
father, she having made her home
with him when a girl, and then it was
Mr. Woodworth first met her. Mr.
Sharp's home is in Contra-Costa
county, Cal., 25 miles from San Fran
cisco and 18 miles from Oakland. His
residence there covers a period of 30
years. This was bis first visit here,
and be is loud iu praise of our con
ditions. He says Mr. Woodworth.
has the best ranch he ever saw. Con
tinuing he said: "About three mouths
ago Mr. Woodworth sent me a few
boxes of apples from his orchard here, '
and a week ago when 1 left home
there were some of the apples left. I
They were still sound." He thinks
this remarkable, especially so when
you take into account the fact that
apples do not keep as well in their cli
mate as here. Mr. Woodwortb in
formed mo that lie has shipped cher
ries this season to New York, Chicago
and Mexico; having shipped 75 boxes
to one city in Mexico,and all at fancy
Hansen & Thomson, who have a box
factory in The Dalles, will soon have
their saw mill in Dukes Valley in op
cration. Mr. Thomson is the owner
of a large tract of laud in Dukes Val
ley, part of which is covered with fine
timber, the balance with hay. Mr.
Thomson tolls me that it is their in
tention to put in a box factory here,
as he can show by figures that there
will be a saving of several hundred
dollars alone in freight during the
reason by making the boxes here. Be
hldes the stumpage will pay for clear
ing up his timber laud. Mr. Thomson
is an enterprising gentleman, and
What are your friends saying
about you? That your gray
hair makes you look old?
And yet, you are not forty !
Postpone this looking old.
Use Ayer's Hair Vigor and
restore to your gray hair all
the deep, dark, rich color of
early life. Then be satisfied.
Ayer'i Hlr Vlnnr retlorM tli. natnml
color to my grtj lilr, and 1 am KrwOjr
plenttit. It U all you claim for It."
Mas. JC J. ValllJSOAK, Mechanician. N. T.
l 00 a bottle
J. O. ATtRCO.,
hacking this up with the intelligence
he possesses, be makes a valuable ac
quisition to our neighborhood, iie
has probably the best ranch in Dukes
Lew Oaks, wife and daughter, and
Miss Williams of The Dulles came
down last Sunday morning on the
early train, and drove out hero to
spend tho day with Mrs. Oaks' sister,
Mrs. Taylor, who with her son is iu
camp for the summer at M. D. Odell's
spring, these people are old time
friends of the writer and their stay at
Odell was only too short, returning
dome as tney did on the evening
Shelley Bros., P. T. and Albert, are
breaking and selling bronchos from
Crook county. James English re
cently bought a buckskin from thorn
at a great big bargain. Mr. English
recently lost a good one, which is now
Walt Hendricks was doing the town
last Holiday after about u year's ab
sence. i.no n or jmy celoiirutlou was on
several days bo.'oro the 4th. Fire
works every night. Odell is strictly
Business along the line of the rail
road called us up the line twice last
week, and all along among the tall
timber we see stretches of grading.
the dump cart, tiio ciu'-k of the whip
in tne nanus or tlici Italian, the pitch
ed tents along the wujull these re
mind us that the echo of modern civ
ilization is upon us. Little did the
Hood Kiver pioneer think when he
pltouod bis first tent, that he would
ever live to see the iron horse steam
ing around our valley, or got mail de
livered at his cabin door, and a tele
phone inside his house I Home people
build better than they know, and this
axiom applies especially to Hood Kiv
er valley, and the end is not yet.
Who can foretell tho wonderful march
of progress here that will be fulfilled
in the next 10 years? Not one of us.
(let ready for the car of progress that
Is fast beading this way.
Frank Strang and J. M. Wilson are
now engaged in hauling wood to town.
The advent of the railroad here will
no doubt revolutionize the wood busi
ness. It will be quite an item in favor
of the wood owner, In a saving of
freight by loading here instead of
Hood River, tiowau Wilson, who is
an engineer on the Northern Pacific
railroad running west of Dakota, is
nere ror a tirier visit witti tils brother,
J. W., who owns a ranch at Odell.
H. U. Colton, Northwest manager
or tne Massachusetts Mutual Life In
surance Co., was touring Hood Kiver
valley last Wednesday iu company
wiui Mr. llanna or llood Kiver.
While at the Little White Store Mr.
llanna introduced Mr. Colton to Mrs.
Shelley, who, on hearing the name,
asked if he was Bert Coltoii. Mr.
Colton was much surprised at the
question, nut auswered. yes. Where
upon Mrs. Shelley remarked that she
had known turn when a little bov. in
Hudson, Mich., Mr. Colton's father
Having been pastor of the Congrega
tional church, while Mr. Fletcher,
Mrs. Hhelloy's husband at the time,
was one of the church deacons.
Upon learning the name, Mr. Col
ton easily refreshed his memory and
a very pleasant visit ensued betweeu
them. With the weight of years upon
us we change In appeal mice, and
many a good woman changes her
name, while good men never do. This
change in name had something to do
with Mr. Colton's embarrssing posi
tion, but all's well that ends well.
Mr. Colton's home is iu Portland,
but ho recently purchased the A her
nathy place, near the planer, and is
well pleased with his investment. He
predicts a bright futuro for Hood
The 4th of July has passed into his
tory. All day long there were crowds
of people at Odell. Base ball was the
order of tho day. Both the stores
were decorated with flags and bunt
ing. Large flags fluttered iu the gen
tle breeze over the school house and
the ware house of the Little White
store. The small boy wit h tire crack
ers was in evidence, as was the ardent
lover. All ages aud conditions were
joyously celebrating the birthday of
the greatest nation on earth, and tak
ing it altogether the day was enjoyed
by little, big, old and young. And
this happened without a line iu the
paper inviting people to come to
Odell and celebate. There many peo
ple in the valley who prefer a day in
the country instead of going to town.
The celebration at Wiuans was a
success. An exceleut program was
given iu the atferuoou, the chief fea
ture of w hich was tho address of Sen
ator Maun of Florida. The music
was good ; the day was an ideal one,
and comfortably seated 'neath the
leafy branches of the maple grove near
W hums' house all went merry.
It would atford us pleasure to go In
to details concerning the doings of
the day at the falls, but a lack of
time forbids, for this has been a busy
week with the writer, and many
things have taken place here that
must go umeoorded this week.
The Little White Store furnished
the 0M0 pounds of ice for the celebra
tion at Winans City by the falls. It
was a cold day when that ice was har
vested, but it will still tie a colder
day when we get left.
The Only Way to Cure.
To cure a cold when you have no
rough to cure a cough when you
have no cold to cure yourself w hen
you have both take Kennedy's Laxa
tive Honey and Tar. Acts on the
bowels. Hest for Roughs, colds, croup,
whooping-cough, etc. Kennedy' Lax
ative Honey and Tar is the original
bix itive Cough Syrup. It contains no
opiates and cures by strengthening the
lungs, throat and chest, expelling colds
m from mstum bv eel.HV IllOVIhlf llie I IHBllHm""" """l""" U
from Hvafcun by gently moving the
bowe'a.'and an Ideal remedy for young
cold. Once used will ! renieiiiln'red
m sure as a cure. Sold, by U. li. Wil
liams. PINE GROVE
S illiaiu Coulter, who has been vis
iting friends in Pine Grove for a uum
I er of mouths, left for his home In
Noith Dakota latt Tuesday.
Mrs. Hans Lage, who has been In
The Dalles hospital for some time, is
home .again, much improved iu
health. Hermann (irossor's new
house is Hearing completion.
Air. and Mrs. James English of Odell
wtio guet-ts iu Pine Grove Sunday.
M rs. Fred Weygandt left for Port
lard Saturday, where she will remain
:'or a few days.
Miss Kuth Merrick of Portland is
tho guest of Mildred and Alice Mark.
Mis. Mary L. Harbison came up
from Tangent Saturday to spend the
summer at "Meadow Farm."
Haying is in progress in this part.
The crop is extra good this year.
Campers are in evidence here now
with more coining.
J. L. Langillo is getting out timber
to build a bain to hold his hay.
'A brother of J. H. Foss came out
here last Friday to look over his prop
erty. Now for a cream route for this
oountry. That will be the best thing
for a sturter, and as we get strong
enough we can organize aud start a
oreamery at Hood Kiver.
The smilo on the face of our road
super; isor, Albert McKamey, is
broader than usual this week, all on
account of the arrival ef a boy at his
Miss Marti till, who 1 ns been attend
ing eelJoge Kt Vitiii hli r, D. C, is
s ending l.t r suinn it vicition with
her father, W. II. Mani.Ul.
W. L. Huckabiiy is building a new
barn to make room frr Lis liirge crop
Kev. Morris will preach at the
school house next Sunday at 11
o'clock; Holiday school at 10.
Mr. Thornton has finished his con
tract of clearing ten acres ef land for
W. H. Marshall. Mr. Marshall will
plant tl is to apple trees this fall and
will then have ir) acres of as Hue an
apple orchurd as there is in the val
ley. Genevieve and Harold Fish of The
Dalles, daughter and son of Judd
Fish, are guests of relatives at Mount
Walter II. Davidson received the
contract for cutting tho ' ricks of
wood for the school houso.
A quarter part of Mount Hood spent
the day at Winans, the 4th. A num
ber of the young people attended the
ball game at Odell.
J T. Shear was down from Parkerton
over Sunday, visiting with his fam
ily. S. T. is a very busy man six
days in the week, and sometimes on
Sunday, tho seventh day.
Mrs. Mettle Brown, of Rockford
avenue has been having some im
provements done on her house last
It would be a good idea for people
to keep up their stock, as consider
able damage was done to J. Holme's
orchard of young . trees one night
last v ivk. They pretty well devoured
the j ui.i k trees.
The Cai' i-a are very busy nowadays
gatheui i.' t p i :'d making hay. Of
course tl i j innct i-ake hay whilo the
sun shine.-. I'v the way, Campes
must be a good L re to eat, for they
will have the M-ry ie t rf beefsteak
aud the Hup t of biu: d and vegetal. les
in abundani e.
Mrs. li. I'. Shot u.aker has l.ern i:t
tending the i.ni.iuil session of the
Unitarian chi.ich heio in Portland
last week, then spending a day tnk
iug iu tho fair.
Miss Francis Sampson of Tho Dalles
is visiting with the McEweu family
at their ranch.
Miss Annie Edelman was doing
business at Kockford one day last
week. Call again, Miss Annie.
C. S. True has bought from C. C.
Hill his interest of tho lease on the
Charley Wallace place. C. S. is a
Mrs. McKwnu was seen passing
through our streets on Wednesday of
last week with a very tine milch cow,
leading behind the buggy.
Strikes Stewart Willi a Hammer.
Special to the Glacier.
Cascade Looks, July 5. Harry
Kuowlcs, a man who who has been
lying about the town for a year or
more, and who commonly goes by the
name of Goo Goo, struck James Stew
art with a hammer last Sunday.
Knowles claimed Stewart had one of
his dogs. Stewart is an old-time and
highly respected resident of this place.
His friends threatened Knowles with
serious injury, hut cooler judgment
prevailed, and the man was placed iu
jail to await trial.
An error was made last week iu
stating that the holdup of the saloon
here occurred at I! p. in. It should
have been .la. in. J. he town was
asleep at the time, or the robbers
wo ild not have faied so well.
The weather continues warm, and
crops of all kinds aro doing fine.
Mrs. Maud Hutler and Mrs. Blanche
Cramer came from Butler, Wash., to
day and are the guests of N. D. San
ford. Cox is (ilven the Contract.
S. II. Cox was the lowest bidder
for the improvements to tho Park-
street school building, aud Monday
was granted the contract for the con
struction of the two additional rooms
arranged tor at the annual school
meeting l ot month. Mr. I ox bid
was a trifle un ler MXHt.
At tho same meeting the board of
iirectois employed three additional
teacher.- for the coming school year.
They are: Professor Everett, Miss
Hicks ef this city aud Miss chapel of
Salem, who comes recommended by
One Ihillur Saved Represents Tea
The average man doeS not s ive to ex
ceed leu percent of bis earnings. He
must sH'iid nine dollars in living ex
penses for every dollar saved. Thai lie
ing the ca?e he cannot W too careful
about unnecessary expenses. Very of
ten a few eenls properly invested, like
buying seeds for bis garden, will s;ive
several dollars outlay later on. It is
lie same in buying I'liainU'ihtin's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
It costs but a few cents and a bottle ' f
it ill the houseoften saves a doctor's hill
of svvend dollirs. Kor sale by Wil
liams' 1'ltai in icy.
Do you live in this part c f the coun
try? Then buy home-made fruit boxes.
They are all right and the ppices are
right. At Davidson Fruit Co.
For every CASH purchase
amounting: to five dollars in Dry
Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, we
will give vou 20 POUNDS FINE
GRANULATED SUGAR for ONE
All Dry Goods at
A few lace curtains
11 a. a. .f.J
bnai you cannoi auuru lu xuiaa. w &o
them, from 650 to $6.75 that are worth up
CLOTHING "en' ffs' a
mmmuxMmm-Bma--- Children at from 10
to 33 per cent off our regular price.
..BARGAINS IN SHOES..
Prices reduced on all shoes except Doug
lass and Ricalog from 10 to 33. That
means $3 Shoes for $2 00 and $2.50 Shoes
for $1.65, $2 Shoes for $1.35 and $1.50 Shoes
for $1.00 in odds and ends or broken sizes.
Lot of Men's Underwear for 45c suit
Funeral Is Largely Attended.
The funeral of George lioorman, the
young man who was drowned last
Wednesday in the White Salmon riv
er, was held Friday morning, in tho
M. K. chapel of this city. As a testi
monial of the high esteem and appre
ciation in which the young man was
held in the community, tho church
was tilled to overflowing by sorrowing
Rev. W. C. Evens conducted tho
funeral services at the church, while
at Idlewilde cemetery, the services
were in charge of the local camp of
Modern Woodmen, of which the de
ceased was an active member.
Mr. lioorman was born at Lndding
tou, Wis., January 8, 1KH:. His par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. V. S. lioorman,
moved to Iowa when the young man
was three ye:irs of age. They came to
Oregon, settling in llood ilher valley
in the fall of 1889, whero they since
The suddon death of a promising
young man as was Mr. lioorman
seems sad and hard fate. The young
man while following a dngerous occu
pation never realized the danger
which faced him at all times. His
mother says George almost yielded
but a few days ago to her entreaties
not to risk his life in the dangerous
work rf logging, anil that had she
but pressed the matter ho might have
been alive today. She is very grate
ful to the community for tho many
kindnesses shown herself and family,
during thier hours of grief.
Hull Deirs Win Another lamc.
The Hull Dogs of Hood Kiver defeat
ed Tho Dalles Juniors best Friday in a
well played game on Columbia Park
diamond. The locals got in four runs
in the sitxh inning, l,i h cinched
tho result for the !ty. K i;isalend
the visitors were owei 1-i-s to I leak.
Kiehardson did Mime grand. tand
work for tho hon e nine. -oi ing at
one time a t AO base hit. Puss Ceyir
was in tho pitcher's box, end asshtcd
materially in clinching tl.c game for
The lineup :
Hood JSiver Hrrth r if: Ciw.irg
2b; Luckey 3b; V'h. el- r : Hi U : !i :
Chandler lb; Kichiac .-. a j; iiroi-iu.-c
; deeper p.
The Dalles Sawtell rf ; Hofmann 2b;
A. Parks lib; Jones cf; W. Parks If;
Kinernly lb; Cohen ss; O'Merrick If;
Advertised Letter List.
Foi week endiug Jnlv 3, i;ki.-:
Mrs. J. M. liabinglon 2, Alien
Jones, Jesse Hailey, Harry Jacobs (In
dian Amy Chapman 2, Chas. Jacob
son, Minnie Northop Kvans. C. V.
Leslie, Louise Wilson, l'ete MeUi.'ff 2.
Ambrose Holth mmi, W. Metiutire,
Ivy Irish 2, L. V. Miinz, Lena Knai p,
Mrs. Will NickloMin, Nellie Mors, J.
W. Pennington, Alice McPhersmi, C.
II. Payne, Alice .V.eiser, Clemaiitino
Pare, Oliva Nelson, Joseph Parks,
Mrs. Z. C. Phillips, Js. Powell, Cer
trudo Kobiusnn, I.eabind Koss, Mrs.
C. J. Sweet, Prank P.egeth 3, Kllen
Toliet, licit Smith, Pespie Yeiue, Ar
thur Sawtell, Chas. J. .'dams. Em
met Rem (Indium, W. K. Alderan,
John Stilwell, R liasso, Chas. Sav
age, M. S. Putler, C. II. Seeley, Tom
liillie (Indium, Al Scott 2, ' Vinnie
Hair, Lite Smith, Ralph T. liavlor,
Thos. Taylor. A. Carl, Clifford
Thompson, W, K. Campbell 2, Joseph
Ihompsnn, Jas. Duck, (loo. an lius
kirk, Geo. H. Dunn 2. Thos. Wana
moit, J. J. Elder, Hurley Wilson,
Pred Print, Arnold Wicknmn, M. R
Print. Henry Wood, Chas. M. Poster,
Bert Howe, II. L. Johnson.
Three (iooil ami Just Reasons.
There are three reasons why mothers
prefer One Minute Cough Cure: First.
It is absolutely harmless; Second, It
; tasbs good children love it; Third, It
I cures Coughs, Croup and Whooping
I Coiir h when other remedies fail. Slid
j by J. E. Williams.
in, ttt 1 -
left at bargains you 1
a. mi,ri Alr 4--v c rn u
The Real Estate,
Insurance, Loan and
Edwin A. Henderson, Manager.
FOR SALE-FARM LANDS
Five acre's, " room hons', two inih's
west, of town, $1200.110; part cash.
IC'O tiiTos, uiriiiproveil, $:!(). 00 per
,"i2a acres, li miles out, 2 houses, fruit
: trees, berries and hay, $1050.
(ia;i acres, 5 room house, clover, alfal-
f.i, 1")0 apple trees, $1350; terms.
! 10 acres near Parkerton, logged off,
.".0 acres line orchard, irrigating water,
$"ie0 00 per acre; terms,
j 30 acres Spilxenhergs and Newtowns,
i $:.":() per acre ; terms,
; 15 acres, 12 acres cultivated, 3 acres
; old family orchard, 3 acres Newtowns
j and S pi t.in bergs, all kinds of smsll
I fruit, all in hay, (i room In use, stone
! milk house, $250 per acre; terms.
I 10 acres unimproved, across road
from above, $200 per acre.
; lo acres, 2 miles from town, house,
j 3(io Newtowns and Spitzenhergs, 2 acres
I ota'ocs, 75 cherry trees, ti acres clover,
burn, chicken house, line well, ti inches
irrigation water, $300(); $1500 cash.
Wauled, properly on Stale road.
FOR SALE-CITY PROPERTY
l.t .Vi bv 130, 2 storv S room house,
2 lots, west end town, 5 room house,
$S50; below hill.
2 lots, (i room house, plastered, stone
foundation, on hill, 1200.
L t 100 feet Mpiare, house, 3 rooms,
$000 on time; $550 rash.
3 lots 50 hv 1)0, !l room house, ceiled,
basement, $2000; two-thirds cash.
Beautiful lots in Coe's addition, 25
per cent down, $5 per month at S p' r
3 lots on hill 50 by 00, on hill; $400
2 lots, 0 room house, ceiled, piped
Willi water, free water, $1800; $000
3 lots, west end town, J1000; one-half
ca-li, balance 8 per cent.
Lots iti Coe's addition, on the install
2 lots, on brow of bill above' postotiice,
S loom hi use, plastered, 4 lots, all in
fruit l ices, bear.ng, $2300; terms.
Two lots ami li room house, $000; will
ell house ami lot for $750.
Lot and one half, 5 room house, barn,
outhouses, $S50; cash.
Sightly lots in Coe's addition. Sule
House and lot in Coe's addition, $S50;
Lots t $".00 ea. h in Hull's addition.
Fine !ot in li.irretl Sipma, $350.
ld 80 by 100, fenced, 0 room house,
barn and woodshed, below hi'l, near
school house, $1200.
Two lots, 50 by 100, in front of g hool
on hill, jtiOO.
Lot and bouse one-half block ea9t of
post oHice, -S50; 30 days.
Lots in Coe's addition, on the install
ment plan. Houses to rent.
liDWIN A. HENDERSON
I am picpnrcd to furnish water for
.lotmMic purposes at 5oc per month;
I'.i'ii and toilet, 25c each; irrigation, $1
per ! t. F.dwis A. Hemikrson,
Agent for 11. C. Cop.