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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1905)
HOCD HIVEE GXJkGHS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1905
WEST SIDE ORCHARDS
GROW FINE APPLES
rrauk (. buudlor, who owns oue of
the large orchards nestling at the
foothills or the west Hide of the val
ley, feels tbnt his side of the valley
in iiui giveu me prominence it prop
erly deserves. Mr. Cha;dler says the
Wert Hide will produce more apples
this year thau Hiiy other sectiou of
He further beleives that the foothills
of this side of the valley offer the
best apple orchard lands in tbe state,
That foothil,' laudn lire best for an
pies has beou demonstrated for years
nt Virginia, ArKausis and other east
ern apple sectious. "Ten years from
now, tbo foot nils of the West Side
will lie producing the bulk of the
Hood hiver apple crop," gays Mr.
Chandler. "Mr. Church has the larg
est crop of apples this year he has
ever had, while the orchards of Mr.
Cantuer, Charles Chandler and Mr.
Pregge are loaded heavily. Ves sir,
the West Side can more than hold its
own when it comes to making up the
carloads of apples which leave Hood
Hiver this fall."
Mr. Chandler has seven men busy
gathering his crop of 1500 boxes of
apples. Home of his Noithern Spyee
yielded remarkably well this season.
Kiom VI nine year old trees he gath
ered 77 boxes which he sold for 1.50
a box. One of these trees yielded
17 boxes, all of them four-tier.
Political Newspaper Advertising.
New York Bun.
It is a growing tendency of the can
didate for public office or the reform
er with an issue to exploit, to seek the
columns of the daily newspapers and
represent his claims to consideration
or marshal his arguments In his own
way in the type that suits him, confi
dent of the readers' interest in a well
displayed advertisea eut. In the
southern states where a victory at the
primaries is equivalent to election, the
practice is an old, old story. It is
the only sure way to bring tbe candi
date and tbe voters together. No man
hidoa his light under a bushel. He
rakes his opponent's record fore and
aft, and points with pride.to his own.
He advertises as he talks on tbe
stump, knowing 100 will read where
one will hear. In Baltimore during
the campaign the front pages of the
newspapers are covered with party,
commit tee and individual appeals to
the voter all at space rates, the col
umns being thrown optu to both sides,
(lovernor William L. Douglus of
Massachusetts was the tirst northern
man, wo lielieve, to realize the value
of cuts. When he published the auto
biography of a laborious life in the
newspaper from Cape Cod to state
line he becked tbe back bay but he
was elected governor. At the present
time the Massachusetts committee of
100 on reciprocal trade is advertising
its propaganda in half pages with
clmlJuuging scare heads that send I
chill down the vertabrae of the stand
patters. Everett Colby in his light
against the Er-sex oligarchy, which be
won so handsomely, availed himself
of tbe advertising columns of the
M.wnrk, N. J., papers to supplement
his appeals from tails of carts and
halls which were not rented until the
primary day by tbo said unafraid and
unashamed oligarchy. The success of
this method must depend upon the in-
fiiuht and originality of the "literary
bureau ot t he cause of tbe candidate.
la I lie presidential campaign some of
the republican party were presouted
in the advertising columns of period
icals. A sign of the political times
is the substitution or tbe newspaper
advertisement for the mailed circular
and fugitive leaflet. Tbe amount of
money that has been wasted in "liter
ature" that never leaves headquarters
would liquidate the national debt.
The Made of Crisp Biscuits.
"One cup Hour, two teaspoons bak
ing powder, one-half teaspoon salt,
one tablespoon shortening, one-third
teaspoon liquid. "
That is the magic formula Miss
Lillian 10. Tingle gave out to her
cooking class at the School of Domest
ic Science at Portland. And she
demonstrated satisfactorily that a
good cook could make almost any
thing from that formula, from a pan
of steaming hot biscuits to a roast of
beef, hue actually showed that by
cooking this, plain and unadorned,
in an oven she would have biscuit or
rolls; on a gridiron, scones; in a
steamer or boiling water, dumplings;
in hot fat, plain crisps; and by put
ting on various trimmings she could
turn out as if by magic all kinds of
wonders, such as snails, apple cake,
puddings and Garibaldi biscuits. And
her untutored hearers sat with ears
ami mouth wide open and drank in
undreamed of wisdom.
Miss Tingle, like Pope is quotable,
for her best thoughts are pithy. "Al
ways standardize your cups aud
spoons," she says, and displays doz
ens of those articles all lilting iuto
each other and proportionate to oue
"Never serve pale and sickly bis
cuits," comes out the cry to dyspep
tics. And bhe shows bow a contrary
oven may bo cheated, since biscuits
oan be browned after they are done
through, by being raised nearer the
source of heat aud placed ovor a pan
of hot water to prevent burning below.
And onca, in an extreme case, she
toasted thorn before the coals when
the oven was unusually obstinate.
"A stew boiled is a stew spoiled,
and dumplings not boiled are dump
ling spoiled." Then she told how the
two could be united wtibout breaking
either rule. Aud she advised that
biscuits be cut small, for it is better
to eat six small ones thau one and a
half large ones, and theu sit and sigh
over the remaining half.
OREGON HAS CONTROL
OF PEAR SITUATION
Don't Borrow Trouble.
It Is a bad habit to borrow anything,
but the worst thing you can possibly
borrow, is trouble. When sick, sore,
heavy, weary aud worn-out by the pains
ami poison of dyspepsia, biliousness,
J'.riglit's disease, and similar internal
disorders, don't sit down and brood
out vour symptoms, but fly to relief
to Kectric Hitters. Here you will find
sure and permanent forgetfulness of all
your tumble, and your body will not
be burdened by a load of debt disease.
At I!. X. ( larke's drug store. Price SHo.
Dalles Schools Are f illing I' p.
The Dalles Chronicle.
Our rublio schools are still fllliog
np aud today Superintendent Landers
tell us there are 761 pupils. At the
end of the quarter last year, which
would correspond with last Friday
theie were H'i registered, so the in
crease is marked.
Plan To Get Rich
are often frustrated by sudden break
down, due to ly-psia or constipation.
Hrsce up and take Dr King's New
Life Pills. They take out tbe materials
which are clogging your energies, and
give you a i.ew start. Cure headache
and diz.iness too. At C. N. Clarke's
drug store; 25c, guaranteed.
For the next five years half a dozen
pear growers in Jackson county, Ore
gon, will pratically control the pear
market of the world, says the Port-
laud Journal. It is said they are in a
position to dictate tne prices of fancy
grades aud that they will realize for
tunes from their lucky ventures in
This interesting situation has been
brought to light by Jackson county's
capture this year of the worlds record
for high prices for pears in Mm New
York City fruit auctions. The record
was, prior to this season, held by a
small but wonderfully prolitio pear
growing community in the state of
Idaho. Jackson county in the heart
of the great Kogue river valley now
tbe recognized pear center of the
world, probably will hold on to the
honor it so signally gained this sea
son, so great Is tbe territory adapted
to flue pear culture and so large is
the acreage uow being rooted. In ad-
diiton to 300 or 400 acres of old estab
lished pear orchards, there were 1,000
acres of new trees panted last winter,
aud 1500 acres more will be put in
For some years the few men who
have been promoting pear cultur) in
southern Oregon havo been aware of
tbe changing conditions that were
soon to make Jackson county the
peargrowiug center. Tbe sensational
prioes obtaiued by them this year
were precipitated by a shortage of the
California crop, a loug-looked-ior cli
max resulting from the gradual decay
of tbe California pear orchards under
tbe assaults of scale aud blight. In
former years California pear orchards
yielded annualy a surpus of 2,500 cars
for supplying tbe canneries. This
year their surplus has dwindled to
500 cars and the i the southern Ore
gon rowers struck their bonanza.
J. W. rerkius, who has in bis great
orchards east of Med ford more than
100 acres ot Cornice, Bartlett and
Beurre Docs pears, captured tbe
world's record with a car of Cornice
pears that sold at auctioa in the New
York market at $7.70 to fti. 10 per box,
averaging for the car 0.80 per box,
gross receipts from tbe car being
i3,4'29. A New York dispatch says it
was tbe highest sale ever made m New
The liartletts and other varieties
from Jackson county made a record
sale this season. A car of Baitletts
from Capta'n Vorhies' orchard sold in
Montreal for (?i..i0 gross, per box, net
ting him about i'X'M per box. This
transaction made a world's record,
being the largest sale cf liartlett pears
ever made. Captain Vorhies has for
several years cultivated a pear orchari
of 40 acres that annually netted him
a profit of from $10,000 to 12, 000.
Recently he has increased the size of
tbe orchard to more thau 20 acres.
The extraordinary feature of the
pear situation is the fact that there
is no scale known in Jackson county.
Some years ago the county was visited
by San Jose scale, but rigoroug meas
ures were taken against it aud the dis
ease was completely stamped out.
Mount Hood Cau (irow Fine Apples
O. (). Ruff, a Portland grocerymau
who owns a large iai m in the Mount
Hood settlement, firmly believes the
upper valley will soon surpass any
other sectiou of Hood Hiver in tbe
production of tlno fruit.
"Apples grown at Mount Hood will
keep at least a mouth longer than
those grown in the lower valley,"
says ho. "1 have tomn specimens of
Yellow Newtown in id,y . tore in Port
laud which were grown a 11)04. They
are still firm. It was considered for a
while that the altitude v.ould pre
clude the production ot Spitzenbergs
aud Newtowus iu the Mount Hood
valley but it has been thoroughly
demonstrated in the last few years
that just as tine apples of these va
rieties may be grown there as else
whore in Hood Kiver. "
Mr. Kuff has about 700 bearing ap
ple trees. He is preparing the grouud
to plant 10 or 15 acres this next
spring, and hopes some day to have
at least 80 acres in orchard. His Spit
zenbergs are large and highly colored
this year. Last spring, Mr. Kuff kept
his lien Davis apples until all other
apples were off the market when he
sold them to Portland commission
men for $1.05 a box.
Kastern Men liny Part Maybe Mine.
Two eastern men have inve ted
$7,000 in the Maybe mine in the
Washougal mining district, says S.
H. Cox who was in the city last veek.
after a trip to the (Sold Hun. These
men went into the district accompa
nied by a mining expert and made
this investment after an examination
of the possibilities they saw "there.
The Maybe mine is located just over
the ridge from tbe Cold Hun.
Mr. Cox says several tons of sup
plies have been sent iuto the Maybe
mine, and a force of men intend to
work there all winter. The shaft of
the Ooldrun mine has beeu drained
aud woik has begun again on the
tunnel. A double shift keeps the
work going day and night. A hand
power drill has beeu added to the
equipment. Other men are at work ou
tbe cabins and the trail.
Oregon Timber lining Fast.
It is estimated that 450,000 aores'of
timber land in the Southern states
are being denuded each year. In the
Columbia Kiver district, which em
braces a territory of lau miles from
Hood Kiver to Astoria on both sides
of tbe river, tbe cut of lumber is ag
gregating three million feet per day.
Allowing tbe average stand of timber
in thl-i territory to out liO.OOO feet per
acre, this means that practically one
section of land is being cut weekly,
or at a rate of 52 square miles yearly.
While this latter figure may be some
what excessive, this shows clear ly that
tbe timber of the Coast is being de
nuded at a very rapid pace.
For all kinds of Piles.
To draw the Are out of a burn, heal
a cu', without leaving a scar, or to cure
boils, sores, tetter, eczema and all skin
and scalp disease, use DeWitt's Witch
Hazel sulve. A siieoitlc for blind,
bleeding, itching and protruding piles.
Slops the pain instantly and cures per
manently, tiet the genuine. Sold by
(i. K. 1 1 M It II 1 St.
U. S. Commissioner Notary Public
GEO. T. PRATHER
The Oldest Insurance and
Real Estate Agent in town
Insurance Loans Abstracting
Hood River, Oregon
wiiii iu ao j
tiun from It V I
WARD OFF DISEASE
Tiy fortifying your system with a rwllablt
blood medicine. An alcoholic stimulant
and the reae-
With ttomach and
Mood In good order
you can ngnt ina
buttle ot life suc
all odds. Uoi.de
Skal root (liy
drtutit), li a famous
remedy for dyspep
sia, and QuiCN't
has a direct action
in promoting the
renewal of the
blood. Moth of these are used In Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery In
such a way, by skillful extraction, com
bination and solution without alcohol,
that their best effects are secured.
Many years of actual practice con
vinced Dr. Pierce of the value of many
native roots as medicinal agenU and he
went to great expense, both In time and
in money, to perfect his own peculiar pro
cesses for rendering them both efficient
and sate for continuous use as tonic and
The enormous popularity of "Golden
Medical Discovery" is due both to Its
scientific compounding and to the actual
medicinal value of the Ingredients. The
publication of the nutnea of Uie iiurrerfi
ciif on the wrapper of every bottle
hereafter to tie sold, elves full assur
ance of its non-alcoholic character and
removes all objection to the use of an
SVmm. The Original LITTLE LIVEB
bit PILLS, first put up by old Dr.
Kee R. V. Pierce over 40 yean
ago. Much Imitated, but sever equaled.
Little pill, Little dose, but give great re
sults In a curative way In all derange
ments of Stomach, Liver and Howel.
"Common Sense Medical Adviser will
be sent free, paper-bound, for 21 ode-cent
stamps, to pay the cost of mailing only,
or cloth-bound for 31 stamps. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, 663 Main Street, Buf
falo. N. Y.
Timber Land Act, June S, 1871.1
NOTICE KOK PUBLICATION.
fulled Htiites Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, Oct. in M.-Nollce In hereby glvea
umi in compliance with tne provisions of the
Hd ot'coiiKres ot June It, 1S7H, entitled "Aa aet
for the sale of limber lamia In the atata. f
CitliroruiB, oreisun, Nevada and Wai hint Con
Territory," us extended U all the Public Laid
stales by act or August 4, 1SVJ. the followlDf
named persons have tiled lu this office their
sworu HLutenieiils, to wit:
FRANCES I.. OORE
of Tualatin, county of Washington, atate of
uregou, sworn suceiueni ro. 2 us, niuu uelo
berr, lU0.r). for the mm-lma i f Hie Iota 7. 8. 11
and 12 of section 7, iv p. kioiiii, range W eaiai,
ofTualatin, county of Washington, stale of
tirrgon, awoin stiiicineiii no. sons, nieu wp
lember 111. I)6 lor the Diircliuse of llisloua.
4, mm ui oi section 7, ana lots s ana 4 oi sec
tion IK, twp. 2 uortli, rincfe ti emit, W. M.
WILLIAM F. HEIK1E-)
of Portland, county of Multuotnab, state of
uregon, sworn statement Mo. Uft7, nieti nrp
Umtier 111, IW05, for t he purchase of the of
section in, twp. z norm, range v east, w. m.
That they will otter prool to show that the
Isnds sought are more valuable for tbe timber
or stone thereon than ftr agricultural pur
poses, and to establish their claims to aald
lands before the regi.-tei aoi receiver at the
laudoinee in the uuiies, Oregon, ou uecein
her Sslli. 11106.
The- name the fol!owiinr wllncMHea: John
E. Hedges, Fiances I., (lore, Katie Nlerinan
anil .lonu u iMiotti ol luaiatiu, Oregon; Mary
1. lleduesot NhciwtMul, Oregon: Walter Speed
of St. Johns, Oi eg m; .Mis C Olson ol Steven
son, WahhiniMon: tinny W. I'uterson, Emma
Hedro s. Willi uii K. Hedges aud Joe M. Har
nett el rortliuiil, uiigo'i; Fulton Hedges of
neuvoou, ori-g-oi; Auinrose n. Diiitta ana
rran.. Smith ,,i I u-ilntiu. Oregon.
Any toi-i ill peiN.ii- claiming adversely the
abo lieserib- u luiioo ate requested to file
men claim i.i tin- on.ee on or Deiore aaia
mh ihiy ol I ii ii inbi i , UK 5.
ocaid'jS M.i II i.l. 1. .NOI.AN, Register.
M)TICK l-oll PUBLICATION.
United Suites Land office, The Dalles, Ore
gon, sein. i', nsirt. poniee is nereny given
that the lidUoviug-uumcd settler baa filed no
tice of oik inieniiitii m niaae nnai Drool in
support ol his claim, and that said proofwlll
be iintde belore the Register and Kecelver, at
The bulk's, Oregon, on November 1st, 1UCI&, via
Mil IIAKL J. BUCKLEY,
ol Mo-ier, Oregon, on II. E. No. 137!W, for the
N'jNKV, nt-clhiii 15, Tp. 1! Nortb, Range II E
He mi nies thcTnllowIng witnesses to prove
iiin eimiitiuiHi irKiuenee upou Mliu CUIMV1.
lion ol siild hind.vli.: Charles Frathar, Frank
Mttirgiss, Keese i'ralhar and Rusaell Huekey
all of Mosier, Oregon.
Nlo.'U M 1CH AEL T. NOLAN, Register.
Timber band, Act June 8, 1878.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Slates Ind Office, Tbe Dalles, Ore
gon, Oct. in, l'.xni.-Notlce la hereby given that
In compliance with the provisions of the act
of cnnreAs of June 3. 1878, entitled "An act for
the sule of timber lands In the atatea of Cali
fornia, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Ter
ritory," as extended to all the public land
status by aet of August 4, 1892, the following
named persons have tiled In this office tbelr
sworn statements, to wit:
MARY 1. HEDGES
of Sherwood, county of Washington, state of
Oregon, sworn statement no. wji, niea Hep
tember 1:1, 11105, for the purchase of the lotal,
, fi, t and H of section 19, twp. t north, rauge 9
K, W. M.
JOHN E. HEDOE8
of Tualatin, county of Washington, atate of
Oregon, sworn statement no. niea nep
teniber Mil, V.m. for the purchase of tbe lots t,
S hiiu 0 ol section 18, twp 1 not tb, range S E.,
W. M. '
That they will offer proofs to ahow the land
sought Is more valuable for Its timber or
stone than for agricultural purpoeea, and to
eKtHbllr,h tlielr claims Ui aaid land before the
Register and Receiver at tbe land offloe In
The Dalles, Oregon, on December 8 mo,,
They name as witnesses: John E. Hedges,
Frances I,. (Jore, Katie Nierman and John L.
Smith of Tualatin, Oregon; Mary I. Hedr-es of
Sherwood, Oregon; waller epeed or m. Juhna,
Oregott; MIkC. Olson ol Hteveuaon, Waahtng
ton; Hurry W. Peterson, Finma Hedges, Wil
liam F. Hedges and Joe M. barnett ol Port
laud, Oregon; and Fulton Hedgea of Sell wood,
Oregon; Ambrose 11. Smith aud Frank Dintlli
of 'lualatln, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file
their claims In this office on or before tbe aald
38th day ol becembei, IKS.
o2ii 028 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register.
(Timber Land Act Jnne S, 1878 J
NOl'ICK FOB PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore
gon. Apr. 3S, I'JOfr. Notice Is hereby given that
In compliance with the provisions of the act
of congress of June 8, 1878, entitled "ad act for
the sale of timber lands In tbe ataUta of Call
fornia, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington
Territory, "ilk extended to all the Public Land
Stales by act of August 4, 1HW,
JAMCH M. t It in I
of Vlentn, counly of Wasco, atate ol Or-
gon, h a this day filed In thla office blv
sworn statement No. vwb, for the purchase of
toe rsr.?4, oi me nw oi aection i-io. lb,
In township No. .1 north, range Not K.. W.M..
and wit I offer proof to showthattbe landaought
is more vaiuauie lor us tiiuoer or atone thaa
tor sgrlcullural purposes, and to establish
his claim Ui said land before George T. Pra
ttler, United stales commissioner, at hie
office at Hood River, Oregou, ou the 27th day
of Dec mlier, ItWi.
He names as witnesses: Michael Oater.
gasrd of Vlenlo: Orrln B. Hartley and Lewis
r.. morse oi nooa Kiver, ana f rank Laplerof
Any and all persons claiming adveraelv the
above deserilw-d lauds are requested to Hie
llieirclaims In this office on or before aald
a;th day of becember. Inns.
o (!'.'( MICH Abu X. NOLAN, Reglater.
1U the sure way to fuccees.
Everybody can tave some
tbing, if it is only a small
amount, and the (mall sums
aved and deposited RKtif
LARLY aoon yield Urge re
mit. It may mean tbe building of a
home, the foundation of a
business, or a college edu
cation. We receive deposit! of one
dollar or more at any time
nd par Interest at the rate
of four per cent per annum,
D Yen Suffer with Dyspepsia
or indigeationT Clarke's Dymietwia
Tablets willcure vou. rnce only 60c.
Another Car of thone Fine
ed Cedar Shingle
FULL LINE OF
on hand. We solicit .vour orders.
Oregon Lumber Cc
Hood Hirer, Oregon.
We widi to correspond with yon
alsmt apples. Will pay cash for right
varieties and prices.
A. D. Blowers & Co.,
WOOD FOR SALE.
I am prepared to furnish mill and slab
wvhI, also other kinds of wood.
I have a new steam wood saw and am
prepared to do sawing. Also do general
J. R. NICKELSEN
Vehiclesand Agricultural Implements
THE LATEST AND BEST
Received the Highest Award-a Gold Medal
at the Lewis and Clark Exposition.
! ..wk of Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and repairs, Grubbing Machines and
V; c Cable, Aermoter Wind Mills, Buckeye l'unipa, Holster Springi,
lloyt's Tree Supports, and Hanford's Balsam of Myirh.
r.ma Extra Rugpy Tops, Cushion, Dashes, Poles,
Shafts, iniiletrees and Neckyokes.
When you buy a Wagon
buy a RUSHFORP
PP)1 1sP The RusMord ii bulk for fturdy
VVXAUOU utei ! the ,.),! fiug .nd in the
i right t
right way the wagon tor the
hardheaded aimer who rightly
wants full 'value for every, dollar,
lit a wagon that Aandi the
racket hat more real flrength
and wear than you ever taw lor
the tame money; and yet a
Ruthford Wagon it neither over
heavy nor clumiy. :: 2 s
Farty ysn haw foot Im Bath, at A
RaaMwd WaaM's ftetfaaaa - ym'U tm way
Ik aMi m H look a m. Watf
aW YOU a RaaMaad-mM mi
lack today, it s a a n. a a s
THE DALLES NURSERIES
R. H. WEBER, Prop.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
GROW KB AND DKALKR IN
FRUIT, SHADE TI)FF? GRAPE VI
ORIMENTAL ' KLL3 sMALLFi t
Evrgrna, Rosas and Shrubbery.
temcmber, Our Trees are Crown Strictly Withaut Irriga': r
MT. HOOD MILL CO.
All kinds of Seasoned Lumber in stock. The L'
Mill with the Little Prices. Everything' as cm l
as the cheapest and good as good as the best.
Mill one-fouth mile west of S. A. llelniers' store.
Proprit ' a .
J.. R. Nickelien
of Hood River, Oregon
. IH. GILL
SOLE AGENTS FOU
Majestic & Mesaba Ranges
and Stiletto Cutlery.
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS,
a T, KAWBOK.
t. H. tTUTTOat
HOOD RIVER NURSERY.
Stock Grown on Full Roots.
W desire to let our friends and patrons kiow
that for the fall planting we will hare and can sup
ply in anj number
Cherry, Pear,Aprlcot,Peach& Plum Trees,
GRAPES, CURRANTS, BERRY PLANTS,
Shade and Ornamental Trees.
Also, all the standard varieties of apple trees. Caa
supplj the trade with plentj of Newtown, 8pitcev
berg and Jonathan apple trees.
RAWSON ft STANTON, Hood River. Or.
A L. CARMICHAEL
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS
Still have left a few pairs of Men's and
Boys' Metrit's Pants and Ladies' Skirts.
Men's Tan Shoes, Q JA Comforts, splen- &i Of
good values, at 0a4U didly made, f 1 to y l0J
Trading Stamps Given for Cash Purchases.
HAYES BEOS., Proprietors.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
Fresh & Cured Me
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT:
..Mount Hood Ston .
W. S. GRIBBLE, Proprietor.
Fine Fishing Tackle Ammunition Di, ! ;
Hardware Graniteware Notions
Hay Grain Flour Feed Full line of (!i i . i i. s
0. U 0ILMBT, topi.
0. F. GILBERT, M..
Mt. Hood Ho
HOOD RIVER, 0RE00N.
Hedrters for Tourists & Commercial T;
.tofwUv 01.S5 o 9S.50 pr day.
Mwabl EaUa fey Wak r Heath.
9ta0M mn tally fear 0to4 Oaf Iaa 4arta July, August and 6
Monmouth State ..
Begins ita 24th year Sop'" '
Three Courses of
preparing for County and .v
catoa. Higher courm-a i
Washington anil other 8ti0
Demand for Normal Trnli. ' !
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