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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1906)
OOD RIVER GLACIER
JOHJf LELAXD HENDERSON, Pres.
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Tublio
J. H. FURGUfSON,
Vice President and Manager,
iMuvd i'Trt Thursday by
AKII1UK 0. MOB, PuMUhar.
THE COUNTY COURT
3. M. FCHMEl.TZEIt, Sec.-Trea.
" . Notnry Public .;
frrmt ! ubtcrlptloa tl.M yen iui p 414
THURSDAY, 3 t'KE 14, 1906.
Celebrate the Fourth with
River In the upper valley.
: The result of the prohibition vote
at the last election will clone 2U0
loona In the state.
Vote for the consolidation of
cobool districts and a blub school
the school election uot Monday.
County Commissioner ilibbard was
reelected by majority of 001, carry
ing every precinct In the county ex
If.the city council would pass an or
dinance making it unlawful to climb a
tree, the Hood River base ball team
would reoeive more revenue from Us
Owing to the popular demand for
publishing the county board proceed
Ing, the board have decided to pub
lish them in two papers having the
largest ciiculutiou In the county.
Thee two papers are the Hood River
dlacier and The Dtlles Chronicle,
The first of these publications ap
pears in this Issue.
On Monday, June 18, the city
school district and three country dis
tricts will vote on the question of
consolidation. The principal object
of this consolidation Is to enable the
combined district to maintain a high
school and Improve the general work
of the lower schools In the district.
The establishment of a high school
here will be a potent factor In the
building up of the community. It
will be of advantage as well to the
farmer as to the city resident. It
will encourage the settlement bere of
the better class of citizens who wish
to give their children an education at
home. The question of schools is one
that Is first asked by the Intending
settler. Let us vote solid for the con
solidation, and reap the benefit that
- will be thus obtained by giving us
Consolidation as a Uusiness Proportion.
Whon a buslnoss man considers a
new plan which is to effect the cost
and returns of his business, be wisely
considers tioto sides oi the new uro
posul. If Its advantages outweigh its
disadvantages and better returns are
assured, be is ready to adopt It even if
the cost be temporarily increased,
I think wo should consider the con
solidation question as a business
proposition for such It Is, pure and
If there Is a plan for educating our
boys and girls which will presumably
bifng better results, Isn't it a busi
ness proposition to consider It and see
what It has done where it has been
Consolidation or combining districts
to gaiu centralization aud systematic
work is not a new plan. It is 'n use
In a suiliuient number of states to re
present more than half the' population
of the United Htatea and has been
tried for years. Massachusetts aud
California out classed Oregon lu the
sohool exhibit at the Lewis and Claik
exposition because of the greater
number and ettioleucy of their high
schools. Consolidation is in use in
both those states aud has boeu tor
years. The plan has proven a peat
success where it has been tried, 1 lieu
why not try it?
Home one asys It will cost too much.
The opposite has proven true where
the plan has been trlei. Mt. Tabor
will unquestionably be consolidated
with the city schools of Portland on
June 18, because it la by their figures
much cheaper. Some one says they
do not have that ponderous question
of traiuportation of pupils to deal
with, lu my judgement the best
method of handling this question,
wuiau I assure you Is not at all a ten
ous question to those who try to solve
it. Is not to cry to run wagons cover
i.ig all parts of the district, but to pay
a mileaue to all pupils living more
tliau two miles from the school build
ing, as provided for by our present
law, aud let them transport themselves
as they may choose. If the mileage
equals or exceeds theoost of hoarding,
the district should reserve the right
to nay no more than the cost of board.
will it not build up the town at the
expense of the country? In one sense
of the word every towu is built up at
the expeuse of the country. Iliere
would be no towu of Hood Klvei 1
there wore no commodities to handle
for the people of the valley, and no
one will handle the farmers products
nor sell him the necessaries of life
without charging him for it. The
town end country are inseparable lu
their business and commercial rcla
tlona. ; Kueli is dependent upon the
other. Whatever benellts cue bouellts
also the other. Had the town of Hood
Kiver a f,"0,UX) high school and pupils
to till it, its influence would draw a
class of homeseekers which would
benefit every landowner in the valley
Money spent for a first-class school
Is always well spent, aud it is general
ly the larger taxpayeis. who have ilg
tired the best means of getting returns
tor their money that are the most ar
dent supporters of school improve
uient aud are willing to pay their
ehare of the tax.
This question has-been discussed
and argued iu all the districts pro
posed for consolidation, audi am sure
it it Is voted down at the school elec
tion, it will be because some do not
yet understand the plan.
Kemeuihor it will improve and not
lessen the pride in local schools;
it will give the smaller schools longni
terms aud better teachers; it will give
us one well organized instead of four
independent systems of school work;
it will increase Jt lie number of pupils
in the upper grades; it will kbe the
cheapest method of getting our child
ren through high school aud at the
same time give the smaliei schools the
advantage of a supervision otherwise
With the mileage plan for transpor
tation, the only rend objection 1 can
see to the plan is that lor tho first
year it may cost a trifle more, but for
the first three years 1 am oontldent it
will prove a cheaper plau tliau the old
plan we are now using. 1 am an ar
dent believer iu the suocess of the
consolidation plan and hope the voter
in the proposed districts will vote iu
favor of it. ...
j-rrvisrff' i , - - t L. A. Wiley.
County Court convened on the
day of June, WOti, with the following
A. K. Lake, County Judge, II. J
Hlbbard and C. H. btonghtou, com
The following bills were examined
allowed and clerk ordered to draw
warrants on treasurer for the several
Alex Htewart, registeiing vot
Paoillo States Tel. Co., rent
phone and message
A. C. Stevens & Co., hauling
J. W. lilakemy, hauling elec
I. M. Thomas, use polling place
primary and general election
A. E. Crosby, supplies, paupers
Hood River Glacier, printing
Maier &. Scbanuo, wood for
Wasco Ware House Milling Co,
The Irwin Hudson Co., election
Ueali & Co., supplies load grad-
O. W. Fllgg, registering voters
A. U. Stogsdlll, incidentals, as
sessor H. 1. Coram, n g. storing voters
A. W. Outhauk, registering
Cbas. H. Reed, registering vot
ers E. Jiiaj.urd, legistering tot
ers Thos. Flanagan, registering
Ihos. Flanagan, making jury
J. K. Nirbols, burial pauper
Ulass & Prudbomme, office sup
E. H. Hartwlg, registering vot
ers 1 75
J. H. Shoemaker, viewing road
K. A. Uriflln, viewing roads
l' S. Gordon, suiveyiug roads
W. D. Richards, rebate poll tax
0. B. Hartley, hauling gravel
(J. W, llrown, examination
J. T. Neff, stamps, Incidentals
A. May Seobler, stamps aud in
C. I). Hinricb, witness, State
vs. Frank Hols
C. N. Ilurget, coroner's fees
U. D. Doaue, Health oltloer sal
Win. Frizzell, witness before
E. it. Wood, wituess before
J. Fitzgerald, witness lief ore
J. W. lcaveua, witness before
II. L. Price, witness before
Robert Rand, wit. State vs. Rela
1. Neff, incidentals
K. Somnor, lumber R. D. 31
I'hoB. liuskhl, registering voters
St. Vincent's Hospital, care
It. U. Davenport, printing
Harry Clougli, sharpening lawn
F. H. Guuuliig, supplies, roads
M. ' Dounell, mod. pau er
W. A. Johnston & Co., supplies
road dist. No. 10
I ' Nlb.,lu... .,.,.,.,11..!. nil!.,..
II. W. Taylor, judge election &
L. Gates, judge election
S. Osboru, judue election
Harvey Uray, judge election
rank Hall, clerk
1', lleudrick,(1ep. snerlf eleo.
F. Hendrick, hall rent elec.
John lllx, dep. bheriif elec.
M. ulavey, judge & mileage
J. 1). Whitten, judge election
1j. Smith, clerk election
E. L. liolton, clerk
R Pago, clerk
Tom Willlams.dop. sheriff eleo.
W. (. Christ, judge election,
, C. Greeu, dep. sheriff elec
W. II. Wolfe, judge
I). I). Nelson, judge
). Ij. Walter, clerk
I. F. Hirst, clerk
)tto Green, clerk
Jas. Hiiteson, judge &. mileage
M. Warner, dep. shnrilf
Kd Whipple, judge election
F.C. Cliimseii, judge
Jas. C. Jolinsou, clerk
James Clausen, clerk
(). L. Stranahan, judge
0. T, Kobards. judge
C.'J. Huyes, judge, mileage
A. W. Outhauk, dork
A. K. Carsous, clerk
Fred I.urwood, cletk
lien Van lllaracom, dep..sheriff
N, P. Hturgess, judge, mileage
lu l,aiul, judge
(1. it. Wood, judge
J. M. Carroll, clerk
J. W. lluskey, clerk
C. D. Murgnn, clerk
1. (.'. Wingllold, pi'le
Alex Fraser, "
K. 11. Merrell, clerk
J us. K. Taylor, "
I). I), liolton, "
l. .MelHmalil, judge
M, 1'. Isenlieitf, judge & mileage
b. K. Morse, judge
J. I'. Itiiud. clerk
M. It. Noble, "
K. II. ilartwig, clerk
Smith Hood llivi r.
C. I). Thompson, jml(u
Ij. A. Klkiim,
S. A. Skinner, "
J. AViekliain, clerk
S. Cochran, "
John A. Wilton, clerk
John Cattner, deputy sheriff
I. It. Cooper, judge
I. A. Macruni, "
II. II. Tomlinson, "
,1. M. l.enz.
Hubert I.easure, clerk
Wm. II. IMick, "
W. II. Austin, "
Kuril t Mile.
W. J. Davidson, judge
V. II. Williams, " & mileage
I.. H, Leal s,
(ieorge V. Covert, clerk
II. r . leniple.
. Sears, "
W. J. I'uvidson, use filing place
A. Campbell, judge
las. Fulton, "
las. Fulton, mileage
M. M. Waterman, judge
Aug. Heckert, clerk
llert W. F.uieraon, clerk
M. Remington, "
Oeorge U. Siiipcs, judge
C L. tvlimidt, "
Herman Stoneimin, clerk
Kred Snipes, "
IVon Dawson, "
W. A. llendrix, judge
K. A. Urillin, "
made in all
ISSthCfS find I Jti
THIS 19 ONE Sy Jr
"Star Hats" made by Rothchild's Hat Co. This is as good a hat as can be found anywhere. We have all
styles aud can supply you in anything yon wish from 50c up to a genuine John B. Stetson. -
a cun i i rAt rtrr
Men's suspenders, leather ends, medium weight, the pair.
T, . 1 1 . i r,i- ...i l . I i a . i n
j once anil riremen BUHjienuers, leavuer enus, a nrsi-cians "Ir
every day suspenker for the money, the pair Jv
Men's heavy Sandow suspenders stitched Jwlth linen, extra Al
And dozens of other kinds
wo aro I onriorc At I aw Uriroc
ii v uiv lvuuuj vi U.VII IIIVVJ
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD
Aaron Frazier, " 0 00
K M. Hill, clerk 9 00
W. It. Sloan, " 9 00
C. Johnston, clerk 9 00
Rtiilding for voting place 2 50
K. Jill, judge Slid mileage 10 00
W. II. Dufur, itidge 6 00
Jas. Nolin, " 0 00
C. K. Nolin, clerk II 00
k. r. inn, n oo
K. J. Collins, clerk. 0 00
Allwrt Taylor deputy sheriff 0 00
Fust Hood River.
II. Sprout, judge 9 00
J. Derbv, " 9 00
It. K. Calllson, " 9 00
(!. A. Wood, clerk 9 00
L. A. Henderson, clerk & mileage 13 40
D. S. Kinsey, judge and mileage
A. llixson, deputy sheriff
Frank Kincaid, judge
L. M. Hlaughter, "
M. E. Miller, clerk
I. (i. Kibliee, "
Thos. Flaiiflgan, judge & mileaire
John W. (iaiuber, judge
I. Wekerlig, clerk
Vernon Ittiberts, clerk
A. Connolly, "
Id ward Hinton, deputy sheriff
. L. Craft, judge and mileage
eo. Sternweis. deputy sheriff
. W. Moore, judge
W. R. Ilaynes, "
lien Wilson, clerk,
('. K. I'ullen. "
it. E. llutlcr, "
Woodcock, judge mileage
Ku bunks, clerk
Kennedy, deputy sheriff
Lord, judge and mileaue
Titos, llurlbiirt, judge
1. hinnev, "
I. C. F'owlie, clerk
M. Kberle. "
II. S. Duiiagan, clerk
A. Howell, deputy sheriff
11. Wakefiehl, judge
ieo. A. I.ieliu,
W. Koontz, "
E. Harnett, clerk
C. K, Mcintosh, e'erk
Kd Perkins, " ,
C. II. Southern, judge i mileage
1. P. liolton, judge
.Limes A. Nicholson, judge
VY. 1.. Smith, clerk
A. Key nolds "
(rant llolten, deputy sheriff
F. l.iirwood, use building
J. F. Staniels, fixing lioolhs, &e
Transfer l.iverv Co., use team
A. N. ltuhn, piiutingA supplies
K. I''. Thomson, sprinkling st.
J. II. (iill, supplies paupers
Home for Aged, care pauiiers
W. K. Kartell, workAsuppl s, road
A. K. Crosbv, supplies pauer8
J. A. Douthit, jiii-ltcu fees
James Harper, constable fees
u. A. Ideler,
X. O. Killings,
wit justice court
lici t Jievena, " "
Mark Kubertson, " " "
Joe 1'ereer, " " "
John Taylor, " " "
J. A. Douthit, justico fees
James Harper, constable fees
llarrv Olinger wit justice court
Walter V. Dickev,
Will Hanger, " " "
I'erey Wills, " "
Hilly Lorock, " " '
Frank Thornton, " " "
IM Smith " " "
Harrv Coleman, " " "
1. A. Poiitlut, justice Ires
lames Harper, constable fees
Henry Iteadell, wit Justice court
ii. K Arnold, " " "
Kriuik lliuuiM, " ' "
John Sorth, " " "
Win. Cullen. " " 11
l,oui Hanua " " "
II, KilliNui, justice fees
K. H. WixhI, constaiife fees
J. .M. rilloon, justice f'8
K. It. Wood, coustatile fees
John Crate, wit justice court
K. V. (iilxms, " ' "
II. J. Ilibbard, scrviivs conim'er
II. J. Hibhard, cash advanced
for labor on roads
W. K. Huskey, work R. 1). Xo.9
Uolicrt Dunsniore, kal'y road
sup'r K. 1. No 10
I b.;IVlcrsun, road money R. D.
I). C. Jones, services road sup'r
Dufur Lumlier Co., lumber roads
HOOD RIVER'S LARGEST AND
s c r..t
1IU"' wxiuius ctiiu suppers.
e are headquarters for al!
children. Our lines includes all
largest shoe manufacturers in tin
Brown Shoe Companies. With
, , r ,j.
" ' oepenu on me yuauiy, imi wun our low prices neninil
j ft the quality you are assured of lot)
l.ttftieH1 whltA mnvni nvfnrdu
Men's canvas oxfords, $1.50 and $1.15.
Ladies' kid sandals and oxfords for $3, $2 65, $2, $1.50 and $1.
Children's oxfoixta and slipper for $1 25, 90c, 75 c and 60c.
from n Iwy's suspender for 5 cents a pair
J. W. TAYLOR. Captain
Leaves depot for The Dalles, Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays at 4:30 p. ni.
Leaves for Cascade Locks Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays at 7:30 a. m., making- all regular landings
and railroad camps.
SKiS omy Saturday June 16
LOCK YOUR CHICKEN HOUSE DOOR
Dufur 'Lumber Co., lumber roads
C. II. Stonghton, service coinnn'r
Dufur Lumber Co., lumber roads
Johnstons, supplies roads
Mt Hood hall, voting place pri
mary and geaenil
Sexton WaltherCo.. sn pi's roads 110 05
A. C. Moud, dep slier elec, hall
rent pri and genl election
School dist No. 4, voting place
pri and genl
F. A. MMsaee, rd money dist No 7
1'. F. Kouts, vot'u place K. H. R.
J. V. Root, jumper
Maud .Morrison, care paupers
Columbia lodge I. O.O. F., No 5,
voting place pri and genl
Miss Lizzie (iates, voting place
S. A. Skinner, U. A. R., Can by
post, H. R.
J. F. Stout, registering voters
James F'oliv, esrrying returns
elec'n Hake Oven precinct
L. 1'. Bolten, returns elec'n lioyd
R. A. Lauglilin, judge & mileage
L. B. Kelly, judge
L. M. Woodsiiie, judge
II. T. Coruni, clerk
1,. D. Kelly,
J, M. O'Brien, "
A. A. ltonney, judge and mileage
Andrew Crablree, judge
M. M. Morris, "
A. M. Young, clerk
W. II. MeAtoe, "
J. M. McCorkle, clerk
Dalles City Water Works, water
Ales Stewart, supplies road No 9
J. A. Douthit, justice fees
James Harper, constable fees
(ieo. Snipes, rebate tax
VV. a. McCoy, rebate tax
J. R. Woodcock, deputy assessor
John Van lllaracom, deputy
A. K. Lake, rebate tax
Dalle hospital, care paupers
L. L. Davis, road work dist Nol7 125 00
Chronicle I'ub, Co., printing 193 00
1'ac, Mate Te', Co. , phone rent 12 90
W, H. Butts, judge elec Trcvilt
precinct . 9 "0
F. Vogt, judge elec Trevitt prec't 0 00
A. Seulert, 9 00
O. T. Shepard, clerk " " 9 00
L. S. Fritz, " " ' 9 (X)
J. B. Croesen, ' " " 9 (X)
The following bills were not allowed:
Cottage Hospital Asso., paupers 177 50
K. A. Ilaynes, posting notices 3 00
Glass & I'rudhouic, supplies 4 Ml
June Oth, 1900.
In the matter of the application of
Wm. Krhek and others int a county
road report; of f I e rieweis and tur
veyor was read the lirst time lu open
Id the matter of the applcatiou of
F. H. Stautou au others for a county
road, report of the viewers aud sur
veyors, was lead the Urst time iu open
In the matter of the communi
cation of K. 11. Hartwlg Id regarding
tax mattei, was read aud coutinuod
for the term.
In the matter of the application of
J. Ik-Taylor aud others for county
i . 1 ci:
kinds of foot wear f'-r men, ladies and
the late styles and are made .by the
world The Hamilton & Brown and
such factories as these hack of every
i . ;.l i ....
cents in value tor every dollar ym
for 12. 11 50 unti il 1t
.-. ..... , .
Bnd K7t V
" ,ww- ; " f gi
4-' - .41
mat t -.n
road, report of viewers and surveyor
read nrst tune lu open court.
June 7th, 190G.
Map of Laghlln's Blub Add Block
A was approved by the oourt
win. Mires road. -Report of the
viewers aud surveyor read eeooui
time in open court and no claim of
damages beiug filed the prayers of the
peuiioiiei'B was granted and the road
1'. II. Stautan and others for county
man i-,ori, ot viewers read second
time in open court aud therebeing no
cuiiu ior damages nied, tile prayer of
the petitioners was granted aud the
road nrered opened for travel.
J. K. laylor aud others for conuty
road. Koad was ordered viewed
and smveyed April 12tb, 1900, aud re
port of viewers and surveyors being
acted upon by the county couit May
3rd, 1900, and John Darnielle who has
filed a claim for damages, by reason of
oiiiui roai ciossing a piece of laud
owned by the said Darnielle, having
railed to appeal to the county court
ironj tne viewers report of no dam
ages, within the time specified by law
for such au appeal it is hereby or
derd that said road be ordered opened
aud that the clerk so notify the road
supervisor or road dist not No. 15.
A. E. LAKE. Comity Judee.
C. H. STOUOHTON, Commissioner.
H. J. UIMHAKI). Commissioner.
Attest 8 BOLTON, County Clerk,
Why buy them from aeents or com
mission men and pay 175 to 1100 a ore
when you can buy direct lrom our
firm in Hood River, where we have a
blanch store, which contains a large
issortment ot Dlgn grade instruments.
including the great Apollo Interior
Piauo player. Ibis is the onlv in
strument iu the world whioh plays the
entire Key-Hoard or tbe piano,' and
also tbe only one bavins the transpos
ing scale by which the performer can
play in any key and accompany the
voice or any instrument. Pianos aud
organs sold on time or for cash. Sec
ond band instruments taken in ex
change and also several for sale.
Piauos tuned aud repaired.
Silas 11. Sonic.
Phone Main 1423, Hood Hiver.
It is conservatively estimated bv
Umatilla county sheepmen t hat at least
2U,ixai head of sheep perished during
the recent high water and heavy snows
lu tbe mountains in Umatilla aud
Constipation makes the cold drag
along. Oct it out of yon. ' Take Ken
nedy's Laxative Honey aud Tar cough
syrup. Contains no opiates. Wlllian s'
Thousands annually bear witness lo
the efficiency of F.arly Risers. The;
pleasant, reliable little pills have long
borne a reputation second to none as a
laxative and cathartic. They are as
staple 9 bread in millions of homes.
Pleasant but effective. Will promptly
relieve constipation without griping
Sold by Williams' Pharmacy
..Hood River Land-Emporium
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, Abstracts,
Collections, Conveyancing and Surveying
We are prepared in a special manner to handle all
kinds of business in any of the .above lines and have
a large list of improved lands and city property
from which to make your selection for a fruit ranch,
a stock farm or a home in the city.
With an Extensive Correspondence
Wo are able to handle your prop
erty advantageously and will be
pleased to ha you list name with us
The president of the company
and is prepared to do surveying
ing work of all kinds.
Collection s a Specialty.
"The Test of Time"
SWETLAND'S FAMOUS ICE CREAM
Il.-ts stood the tost of time for 1S years with
a constantly increasing sale. The best and
purestlee ('ream made and known through
out the .Northwest as the
"THE CREAM OF QUALITY"
We receive it fresh every day by express
and fire si ile Agents in Hood liiver.
You will want a good homelike Luncheon when shopping in
Portland. Swetland'g, 273 Morrison St. is the most popular place.
W. B. STROWBRIDQE
Paper Hanging and Tinting a Specialty
For Sle A.very fine fux terrier pup, Une
months old. Game at rat or Hiivtliiux.
tine companion. Very clean In the lioust.
Has gentle disposition and Is sure to please.
1)0 wilt be hold elieup. Kockfurd Store,
Hood River, OHgon J'JiL
ForHaU Iwo choice lots on Hutu atrtet
Apply to VV. J. BHker. . J7-VH
For 8al8teel range. Call at Walt's feed
store. in.il Jnel
For Mnl Milch cow, No. I. Fresh irbout two
months. I'rice 40. K. K. Strang, Odeli. J7H
For Wale Team, 1)8 mess, and logging irm k
with outfit complete. A bin-gain at $!;!.-.
Team brown riyuesdales, weight nbout "JiKHi
lbs. Well uiHU'hed, sound and true to pull.
Wagon Mitehel .a1, uolignt three months
ttgo. Hack and rigging good an new. Will
sell either wagon or team sepamteiy. For
further partieularH address A. B. Shelley,
route 1: or call at Troy Shelley's place. jr-JiW
For 8s!e A good work. horse. Inquire at the
Williams l'hai niacy, or phone 505.
Those wishing to purchase Wind Kiver
lands will do well to call on C. C. Wetherell
For Sale. A flue array horne. a nlee driver.
WorkM doulile or tenle, used to children rid.
inK him. WeiKlo uhuut I. Km iieunila. Wlil
b wild cheKp hh 1 have no Iui iilin. Aiinlv
at KiH'kford store. iirJI.jH
fr'or Hale A Whkoii. or wouid-xulmricij
for a liKlitef one, eIimh good driving liore.
Kor parllcularM Hddres.s. H. Thompson, Hood
Klvrr, K. K. II. No. 1, phone wixl. J It
For Male a Poland China boar. 8 months
old. Iniiulre ol Peter Joehlmse.n. inlii-7
Forhale Well mulched team of dark hav
mares, ti and 7 years old, kooi! travelers: weight
KKH) iMillliils each. Also one two peated Imek
and i.u-k harness, nearly new. Alex .Stew
art, Mi ier, Ore. in lu tf
For psile Utaek utib be.ir. six wei kn ohh ftir.
If taken now. Frank kigaii, While Salmon..;
For Wale I have 1 1 head work horses. '2 head
saddle hon.es, j Ntudehiiker truck, 4 two.) ear
id heiters, second hand horse power wood
saw. Havimt other tnisines lo see lo 1 1 , 1m
summer I wnl emse this stock out nt harKnin
pr res. c. i. ron, ouoi, tiregou. Phone r.'iti
For Sale-Th droves inonertv will be sold
at cost If taken wllliln three w eks. imuiire
on the premises. J. H. Hroves. lnlJ jlt
For Rent. Two well furnished rooms, with
or without board, at Mrs. 1. U.Taylor, Cole a
blaAve. , JUJyi
Only a few more of those splendid 10-.cre
rscts: unsold oil the M. It. Poller larm tn
HiK)d River valley, near the city. Suitable
tor apples and strnwln-rrlcs. Prices nre
placed below retfnlar rates on similar irti-
erty In this vicinity. No better apple land
Ran be found. I.ook at It persouailv for the
tool Write Frank McKarlaud, It-it l;lih st ,
isiiiand, or see Mrs. M. 11. Potter on t lie
farm. . , inluif
Forslale Investigate this. I ant obliged, lo
sell, and will sell ai our own irica toece. i-f
land with house and olh.-r fmprov, .ltenl,
niiiciiioni liimd liner. II you waul lo bov
t your own price address liux Xu II.k, i
Klver, OreKon. al-.'-m:!
For Sale A "one-lioise rutin "wiTi;. .','."
not ort' the wheels, uearlv new. will u, j,:.i
cheap. AlSoa gisat set of double harness. K.
urayiorn, Kiwaioru store. mi;
Kor Sale A ipxid fsrni tiniu of i,(,rs..
weighllWOIbs. T,x light for loggu.g. t an
be bought cheap. Apply to Oregou LunilaT
o., either at H'hkI Kiver or Dee. n.is-.' if
Psckers wanted li Hist c!ss tisct..s ;..
pack strawberries In lee tine latch. H
crates of D. K. Miller m Mi ll.i i ..',..
Hood Kler Krolt initm Luton. K II Sl,...f.
anl, Secretary, Hood River, Ore. JD-Jy .i
Tt- ... . :
"ui-uiii.,innr,,i Ilea,! ol pls anu
hou t DavMtputt Haruesi Co. m2t-jH
.,.an,.f.d'w', RUwberry packers. W
Hall. Phone li'4. ,"
is the city engineer,
Abstracts furnished and
on property titles.
Phone Main 141
Wanted to Hell or TrRile-Two Ioth. 6xl()0
and 40x1(10, one six-room house and four-room
cotUttfe vviih fiuit on pluee. Box f(M, H"I
Wanted (itntlemen or liuty with pood
reference, to travel by rail or with a ri, tor a
linn of Si(XMMHi.(M) capital. Wnlary 31,072 per
yeHr and expenses; salary paid weekly and
expends advanced. Address witli stamp,
Jon. A. Alexander, Hool Klver, Oregon,
WHBled -t or ft men to clear hind at Mosier.
Four month-' wuk. Owner will fin Mi tols
ortontraet work. Address Wm. Wll-on Ste
venson, Mosier, Oregon. U-w4
Vnted Severul men for rutftmr brush and
hiihII timber and culling up iniu wood.
I .out Lariy'N hrnwn lmnrt hnij mi ronrt he
I ween llnod Klver und (louklH sli iiwherrv
ranch. Coii(bIik'(I n suiii ol monev. Kin.ie'r
leave at lias olllre. j M.Jy 5
I ixt-On May .11, a larty'n tan jw k' t.
wiir.l. Phone (ieo. W. Smile, Parmer III).
Lost Box of merrhrtnillHi! hctuw Huod
River and l.lltle White tnre. Sr-lo.!.e rp.
ward lor lt return to l.itlle While Slow,
We ofl'er One lluiulred lollars Reward tor
any ease or calarrh that canuoi be e ired by
Hall's Catarrh l ure.
F. .1. niKNEY A CO.. Toledo. O.
We. the nnderslKiied, have, knonn F. .1
(')ieney for the last IS years, and believe him
perfectly honorable In nil business tmnsar
tlonsand rlnsnclnlly able to curry out any
obligations hinde by his firm.
Wai.iumi. kinnana Mhvix,
WliolesHle Druggists,. Toledo, (I.
Hall's CatftT rh Cure Is laken Inlernally, act
linr direct ly upon the blood and mucous sur.
tare of the system. Tesilmonials n-'nt free
Price 7o cents per bottle; Sold bv nil Drinr.
Take Hairs Family Pills for co istipatl.m .
XOTICK FOIt I'fbl.ICATIOS.
Department of the Interior, I'nlled States
olflce, The Iialles,
Oregon, May 31,
Notice Is hereby given tliat
DM Alt M. DKW'ITT
of Hood Kiver, Oregon, has filed noll-e of his
intention to make tlnal Hve-vear proof In sup.
IMirt of his claim, vis: Homestead Ivnry n'
'nr, made March 8, Itml. tonthe W'K1,' and
MSN K'4, Section .)l, township 2. W, range It K.,
H . M., land thai said proof will be made be
fore the Kegister and Receiver at The Dalles.
Oregon, on July 17th, i!H)ii. .
He names the following witnesses n prove
Ills eoniinuous resilience iiiain ant cultiva
tion of the land, viz.:
I'avld M. Jackson, .Tohn H. Jackson
ces . .iscKson and Hairy K. Ki
HihiJ Uiver, Oregon.
mp,; all of
MICHAKL T. Noi.AN,
NOTICE KOR PUniJC.tTI )N
Department of Hie Interior, ( title i states
IjuiiI lllltro, The Dalits, ureinm. Mv 91;
! 9 Hi.
Notice Is herebygiven Unit
MARY A. WKVliANDT
I widow of Zeha II. Wevgiindt. il.s-easeil ol
I Mount Hood, Oregon, has filed noMce of her
l Intention lo make nnalitlve-vear proof In sup
port of her claim, via. Homestead Kmrv No
3',s, made .Inly , ISHXi, for the W-NKi.;
Hon ami W',sk;(, section 17, township i H"
range 10 K W. Mnn 1 that said pnstf will be
nia, e before f he ItegMer and Ke, ,iver at The
lalle. Oregon, on Julv 1st h, Um;
She names the following witnesses to prove
of Hie land, viz:
Russell (lobln, Hi nry (filbert. Henry (irott
rn' J-.s,.,.h i;r r, all of Mount (i,N, ,,,,,
le.li.l.MI MlcHAhX T. NOLAN, lii jl
In order to close up the estate of
' A- surin ie. a bankrupt,
I wl.l sell lothehiglies: bidder, Koa cash, Hi
following descr'be.l real estate. Hie sales lo ba
held at time and place mentioned below
M acres timber laud, 12 miles ,.nth of lliwvl
River, Oregon n v court i,,,,,,.. The
Dalles. Oregon. 11 a. ni ,. I, iiv s j.m.i '
iwi",?"" 1 !"l'roved f irming 'inn I, nrnr
tee, I. Oregon. County ctiurl house, Hep-ier
Oregon. 11 a, m July 11. 1 hw "i.ie.,
ivl acres farm h.'..a , , ...n .
hnt., 't ' r-
orv stone L.oi.li.. .
are.hnuse, H) foot lot. On Main atr.-el
Arungion. Oregon, a
A?.mllnK-lo1' re. '.
U,n.',rein,'?,,1,"K,'S1,,tS,',,, iml"e' Afl"
mTu"!i:ui" hmm- on,lon.0"1?n, Ua.
For further urrlpiton and mtrticnlar. -d-i,,
t. w- H- MWKK. Assignee,
51.1 taat Oak St., Portland, Oregon