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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1006
" : : : ' I F. E. STRANG ' J. W.' WILSON
H. MUGGINS CO.
These two weeks are
going to be chocked full
of Special Sales at this
Store. Special Sales that
will be Money-Savers to
you. These savings to
you will be the biggist
interest that ever any
dollar brought any body
Two more weeks of Slaughtering away
goods will end our Stock Reduction Sale
50 Per Cent Off on all Shoes
Two more weeks of Slaughter
The two Superior
iSw' Ehoes for Men&V&meiij
1a Ai.i I
I? i Combine
a i.e., n
Lowest Prices on Everything
If you can anticipate
your wants for a month
or two months to come,
you can certainly make
money by visiting our
store now. All Summer
Goods are going, going
becuase they have to.
Going because we are
making prices on them
that knowing people
THE ODEL NURSERIES
... Apple Trees ...
All standard varieties grown from selected scions of the
best bearing orchards in Hood River valley. Guaranteed
true to name and free from disease.
3 jj fpi fjaaa
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Majestic & Mesaba Ranges
and Stiletto Cutlery.
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS, - - OREGON.
t 30 00
Ollloial publication of the OoniinU
gloiieru' court proceed iug od the 9th
of June. 1900.
The Da'lei bouiiital, care of
L. L. Davis, road work,
Chronicle Pub. Co.. printing,
Paoilto Htatea 1'el Co, phone
rent unci niemtaKOH,
W. II. J tut til, judge election,
Frank Vogt, judge of electlou,
Arthur Soufert, judge of eleoo,
O. T. Shepard, clerk election,
L. 8. Fritz, clerk election,
J. li. CroHneu, oloik election,
II. liolton, BHHist'g regiHteriug
votera, K) dRyi at 1 per day,
J. J. M. M'Connell. r'd work.
J. C. HtMtetler, rel'f fund San
A. Frazinr. reaiitterluil votera.
CouimlNHioner' court convened In
regular fiealHon on the 0th day of July,
1900. '1'h one preiieut were: A. K.
Lake, county judge; II. J. llibbard,
ooinmUiioiuor; C. 11. Btougbton, com
uiaHlouer; Bluieou liolton, county
clerk. The following bill neie ex
amined and the clerk ordeied to draw
warrauti on the treasurer to pay aanie :
liana Lane, aueoial road tax K.
D. No 0. I 00 00
Robt. DunBinore, road work
K. D. No 10,
Maude Morrison, oaro pauper,
A.M. Olllis, road work, It. I).
O. II. Kuasell, toH work K.
D. No. 27,
W K. UuHkoy, road work, It.
D. No. 9,
W. E. Hnskoy, aervlcea aup'r
K. D. No. 9,
J. 1). DouglasH, road work K.
D. No. Zi.
II. T. Cor urn registering votera
K. N. Chandler reglat'g votera
F. U. HroBlua med. attendunoe
J. A. Douthlt asslst'g ollioial
count of vote
J. M. Fllloou, aaiue,
J. K. ltaruett, aervioeo dep.
O. L. Harpbuir, dop Bheriir
Ben l'lolmrditou, lunilier, K.
I). No .31,
F. M. Warner, dep sheriff,
Ulasa and A Prudhonime, elec
Geo. T. Prather, dep aboriir,
K. S. dinger, dop aherilf,
Allen FUgg, dep. ili.rltt,
O. Wllaou, aup'r B. I). No. 33,
O Fredeuburg registor'g votera
The Craudall Uneitakiug Co.
J. 1). Doglaaa, tup'r li. D. 211,
T. A. lludnoii, use vot'g pluoo,
Mra. K. M. Hunt, care pauper,
Prather & lluok, reg'g votera,
Nelson Second Store, stove for
family burned out,
W. K . lluskey, deputy aheriif
Home for Age, care puupeia,
W. X. Uardluer, lioyi and liirla
J. A. Doutblt, justice of peace
Jaa. II. Harper, ooustable fees
J. A. Douthlt, justice of peace
J. II. Harper, constable fees,
A. O. HtevouB, drayage,
M. P. lseuburg, del) assessor,
John A. Wilson, mileage eloo'n
Ket. 8. 11. K.t
J. 1). doit, dep HssosLuir,
J. li .(loit .surveying,
J. II. Otll, supplies paupers,
Snow Jt Upson, supplies roads
C. O. Wetmore, services sup'r
R. D. No. Vi
K. K. llakor, witness fee,
Klwood, wlineso fee,
tlniy, witness fee,
Cook, witness fee,
Worthingtju, jurors foe,
Wolfe, juror fee.
Robert Rand, jurors fee, passed.
Dr. J. L. Klwood, witness fee
A. A. liouney, peine,
J. Teuscuer, board Collins chil
dren one meal.
E. Reach, services sup'r R. 1),
L. L. Davis, services sup'r R,
D. No. 17,
Husbands A Root, supplies R,
D. No. 9,
J. T. Nell, exp'se and stumps,
J. M. Filloon, J. P. lees,
J. 11. Harper, constable fees,
Mrs. Johu lilaser, wit J. P. C,
Walter lilazier, do
Julius Coheen, do
Edith Tyler do
Eunice Tyler, do
Mrs. Knudston do
J. M. FiUoon fees J. P. C,
Jaa. Harper, constable fees,
liana Lage, ser'a sup'r R. D. C,
F. C. Sexton, 1 day service sberltl,7 50
Emma Eoltitrum pauper 8 00
C, V, Fox wltueM J, P. court, I 00
II. J. llibbard servioe oom'r 28 90
The Dulles hospital cure pauper ' 7 00
Oregon Lumber Co., lumber, 204 27
S. liolton, incid's aud stumps, 30 90
A. IN. JSulin, printing, 13 70
Dalles City Water Works, water
court house, 4 00
R. J. Gorman, rest'g voters, 2 80
Crandull Cud. Co., bruial pau
pers, 40 00
A. K Lake, supplies nuuuurs. 7 70
Transfer & Livery Co., hauling
booths election, ou
J. S. Landers, grading pupors, 13 00
Dufur Lumber Co., lumber, 49 38
0. II. Ktoguhton, sor'e oom'r 23 00
J. M. McCouuell, service sup'r
K. I). 21, 100 00
J. A. Douthlt, J. P. fees, 31 30
Joseph Harper, countable foes 10 80
Wm. Byth, witness J. V. court, 3 90
Chus. Hogan, do 3 !K)
John Crate, do 1 00
F, A. Obrist, do 1 00
R. S. Fox, do 1 00
Seth Morten, do 1 00
Ernest Pa'ton, do 1 00
1. C. Nickelseu, supplies ofliees, 8 20
llobn Kros. Co., rebate tux, 0 00
Dufur Lumber Co,, lumber R.
I). 19, 200 j4
llinnmun & Kuowles, supplies
roads, 24 31
0. L. Smith, team for county, 8 00
.1. F. Iioot, indigent, 10 00
lluiioughs Adding Muchiuo Co 370 00
M. M. Morris, services sup'r
R, 1) 29, 60 00
The bill of the Hood River Clacier
for publishing proceed ings of county
commissioners fur 12.00 wits passed
for the term.
The bill of J. M. Carroll for swear
ing in voter on election days was dis
allowed. Dalles Hospital, euro pauper, H7 00
li. II. Hurper, roml sup'r, 120 00
In the muttoi'of the election upon the
question of prohibition In ceituiu
precincts In VVaoso county, Oicgou.
ltuppcariiig from the returns ot tliu
election bold in Wasco county, Ore.,
on the 4th day of June, l!HlG;whicli mild
returns are on tile in the ulllce of the
oounty clerk of this county; that the
u.uetioQ of prohibition was duly anil
regularly submitted to the voters ot
Wasco oounty, as required by law ;
and that at said election in Wainio
precinct the total number of votes cast
on said question was 73; that of said
votes 37 was cast for prohibition and
3G against prohibition, leaving a ma
jority of one in fuvor of prohibition.
Total vote cast in lloyd precinct was
30; that of said votes 29 whs oust fur
prohibition and 7 against prohibition,
making n majority in lavor of prohi
bition of 22. Columbia precinct, total
voles cast on said question was 43;
that of said votes 22 was In favoi of
prohibition and 21 against, making a
total of one vote majority in fuvor of
prohibition. Eight Mile precinct to
tal vote cast on said quesliou was 31,
that of iruid votes lawus oust In favoi
of prohibition and 10 against making a
total of line vote majority iu favor of
prohibition. Mountain precinct, total
votes cast on said question in said
precinct was 12: that of said votes 8
were cast in favor of piohibltlon aud
4 against, making a total majority of
4 votes in favor of prohibition. Hood
River Center preolnct total votes cast
on said question in said pi eel net was
179 that of said votes 104 was iu favor
of prohibition and 70 against, pink
ing a total majority of 29 in favor of
prohibition in said preolnot. South
Hood River p'ecinot total number of
votes cast whs 120; that of said votes
81 whs for prohibition and 3!) agaiust,
making a totul majority of 42 iu lavor
Now, therefore, it is heieby ordeied
and adjudgid i nd decreed by the
court Unit it bus been decided by the
votors in the above named precincts
that no intoxicating liquors ahull be
sold in sab! precincts and that from
and aftei July 1st, 1900 no intoxicat
ing liquors shall be sold or disposed
of or given away in any form or man
ner. Attest: Simoon liolton, county clerk.
A. E. Lake, county judge.
II. J. ilitilmrd. commissioner.
C. H. btoughton, commissioner.
J. M. Ciirrroll tendered his resig
nation as justice of the peace of Mo
sier preolnct, which was accepted,
and (leorge.K. Wood was appouted to
till the vacaupy caused by said re-iig-nation.
llarrv Olson presenti d his petition
asking that a ferry license be issued
to him to operate a ferry from the
city ol Hood River, Oregon, to Un
derwood, in the state of Washington
Said petitioner having Hied a good
ami sufficient bond, aud the bond be
ing approved, snid court oiders a li
cense grunted to said Hurry Olson,
for a pol l- d of llvo years upon the
piiymmit of the sum of ?20, payable
Hiinuliy to the county treasurer.
Local option eloctiou June 4th, 1900.
The folowing named precincts iu
the county of Wiibco, having hereto
fore been curried for Pro! ibitiou on
the 8th day of November, 1900, to
wit: Tygh, Fulls, Hiildwiu, West Hood
Rivei, Eust Hood Hiver, and Siid or
der of prohibition have been entered
by the county oourt on the 7th daj of
December, 1900, declaring prohibition
in the above named precincts. Now
thetefore it is hereby ordered that the
previous orders hoietofore entered be
and they are hereby set aside, for the
reason that the returns from the
above mimed precincts at the June
election, liHKi, shows a majority in
chcIi of said precincts against prohibition.
Old Chronic Sores.
a drCHing (or old Chronic sores
there is nothing so good as Chamber
Iain's sulvc. While it is not advisable
to heal old sores entirely, they should
tic kept in a good condition, fur which
this salve is especially vuliilile. For sore
nipples 'liainbcrlain's Salve biiB no su
perior. For sale by Kicr A Cuss.
SNOW & UPSON
Blacksmiths and Wagon Hak ers
SjHM'ial attention given to milking and repairing
Grubbing Tools and Loggers' Tools
We have just received a car load of
Direct from the factory. We are selling it at wholesale
prices. We can save you money. Also ha ve a full line of
fittings and the largest stock of garden hose in the city.
NORTON & SMITH
HOOD RIVER TRANSFER
& LIVERY CO.
TICLET OFFICE FOR THE REGULATOR LINE OF STEAMERS.
Hauling, Draying, Baggage Transferred, First
Class Livery Turnouts Always Ready.
IT IS BETTER TO BUY
THE HOUSE OF HIGH QUALITY
THAN TO WISH YOU HAD
SOLD ONLY BY
THE HOUSE OF
The Chickering, Pianola Pianos
The Weber Pianola Agency
and Thirty-five others
Pipe Organs, Vocalions
Orchestrions, Electric Pianos, Etc.
Eiler'a Piano House has rented half of Booth's
store room and has a car load of these high grade
instruments to be sold at extremely low prices and
Lbhmk Bcti.rk, President
J. W. Teal, Vice I resident.
Truman Butlkb, Cashier
ESTABLISH KD 1900
O. T. RAWBON.
r. h. BTANToar
HOOD RIVER NURSERY.
Stock Grown on Full Roots.
We desire to let our friends and patrons know
that for the fall planting we will hare and can rap
ply in any number
Cherry, Pear,Aprlcot,Peach& Plum Trees,
GRAPES, CURRANTS, BERRY PLANTS,
Shade and Ornamental Trees.
Also, all the standard varieues of apple trees. Caa
supply the trade with plenty of Newtown, Spitzen
berg and Jonathan apple trees.
RAWSON & STANTON, Hood River. Or.
Capital Fully Paid, $50,000
We are too modest to advertise that we are the oldest
and largest Bank in Hood River valley, and we would
not want to say that ours is the best bank, but we do
not hesitate to say that we are right good people.
Our business is growing all the time, and we want to
keep it growing, so strangers are welcome when prop
erly identified The same courteous treatment is ex
tended to the customer , with a small account as is
accorded to his neighbor with a large balance, for you
can never tell how large a small account will grow.
BUTLER BANKING CO.
IS THE TIME FOR
So why not use one
that is guaranteed.
ASK. US ABOUT IT.
sale ii -I 1 1 '" - )cn..-r.:joc30
DAVIDSON FRUIT CO
and Manufacturers of all kinds of
Highest Prices Paid for High Grade Fruit.
NEW SPRING STYLES
ilS 50c, 60c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Men's ws 50c.
Mount Hood Brand
A L. CARMICHAEL
HOOD IlIVEIt HKIfiHTS
NOW IS THE TIME to trade your old Stove in, on
A NEW RANGE
The Big; New and Secondhand Store
is the place. We buy, sell and exchange anything in Furniture, Stoves, Carpets, Tin and
Graniteware, Crockery, and in fact EVERYTHING salable.
Come in and be convinced that we can SAVE YOU MONEY.
0. P. DABNEY & CO., Proprietors.