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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1906)
Ladies' Moliuir Shirt Wniist
Suits, iiiiidt; from a fine qual
ity of linen and wool. The
style is very el'IVctivv, being
made with plaited waist and
skirt. They come, in colors,
such as Mixed I'lue, Tans or
Grey. A suit with splendid
service and fine workmanship
Regular price (M AO
Special price .yO
Ladies' Tailored Suits
Ladies', Fancy Wool Tailor
Made Suits, made from a
splendid hard finished wos
tered, a fabric that will en
dure all kinds of hard usage.
These suits come in Blue
Mixed and have an invisable
red plaid, satin lined through
out and have velvet eolars.
Ladies' Waists and Shirt Waist Suits
Regular price $8.00
Ladies' Linen Crash Shirt Waist Suits, mado from a
heavy quality of Linen Crash. There suits, are mailt;
with a plaited waist and akirt, making them a very
snappy suit. Something that will pay you to inspect.
Regular price $2.75
Special price .'
We have a fine selection of Ladies' WaHh Shirt Waist
Suits made from splendid assortment of Wash I'uli
rics. All good stylish colores, such as Jlluc, Itrown,
Black. Bhepard l'laids and Cirey, something that is a
good bargain at the
Regular price, .'5.60 O AQ
$3.00 Suits $l.t8
We stilt have a few more of
those boys' 2-piece double breasted
suits with Kiuaro cut, and iiuule
of a tine piece 01 woraUH
Reuular price II!. (X)
$3.75 Suits $2 83
A few more of those hoys' 2
piece Dingle breasted, round oor-
nered suits, made from
o-rev cheviot ami shade
invisible stripes of brown
Regular price fo.OO
Our Fall Supply of Tablets has Arrived
Children's Box Coats
Children's,' Zibalinea box coats, with bound seams,
and trimmed with fancy braid and velvet. A garment
that a person can hardly overtook for the school girl,
Regular price $2.' 0
$3.60 Coats $2.58
Children's Melton Cloth and Zibaline box coats,
trimmed in velvet, with eagle emblems on the sleeve, a
very neat and ttylish coat.
Regular price $4.00
$3.50, Coats $2.53
Childrens Melton and Broadcloth box coats, trimmed
with fancy braid and has capes. A nice neat cod and
a very durable garment.
Regular price $3.50 tfO CO
. Special price yL.OO
$1.30 Coats 500
A complete run of sizes, 6 to 12 years, in children's
Zibaline box coats. These coats are warm and very
servicable and, are
A splendid bargain at $1.30
THE SALE OF BOYS' CLOTHING SWINGS MERRILY ON
Boya. Shoe. We have a large selection
of I shoes, odds and ends and broken lots,
inaile of box calf, vici kid and Russian tan.
Regular price $2.00. Special price . $.1. 53
Caps for Boys. I .arise as -rtm nt, of
boy's school cap", it 1 1 d.i les und i'ol,,r, piices
ranging fron 15c to 45c
No Mend Hose. .No Mend I line for
boys' and girls' school wear, a lior-p with a
illation ; guaranteed fast black, made
r ph linen knee at, 25c
$1.75 SHIRT WAISTS $i.23
Ladies' Pure White Shirt Waists, made from a very
fine quality of Sheer Linen. Trimmed w ith Lneo or
tin broidery insertions.
A good bargain at $1.75
And exceptionally good at
$1.50 SHIRT WAISTS 890
These Waists are in every sense right despite the' ex
treme low prices. Waists made from a sheer white
linen and trimmed with a row of insertion across the
yoke and down the front.
Splendid values at $1.50
$5.00 Suits $2.98
Boys' worsted suits, double
breasted and square cut, pattern
ed with invisible green and red
plaid. A very snappy suit for
Regular price $5.00 O AO
Special price yL.yO
$2.25 Suits $1.78
A good selection of boys' wool
novelty suits with black back
ground, double breasted and
A good value at $2.25
1.85 IKTK Si
'iQOD RIVER GLACIER
Issued (tut Tharadar bf
ARTHUR O. MOB, PaMshar.
inbtw tpiioa-ai.M a ii iui ai
THURSDAY, SKPT. 8, 11)06.
Those Oregon apple growers who
contracted their aplea last week at
t'l 25 to $3 bushel box evidently are
justified in asserting that theirs is
"the" apple country. Paoker.
The Dallea business men' associa
tion are doing effective workadvortiy.
Ing the city and have just issued 10,000
pamphlets showing up the advantages
of that metropolis. Dalles advertise
inenta are even fouud on the backs ot
envelopes issued from the county
clerk's ollloe ot Wasco county.
With the prosperous times which
we are experiencing with the Repub
lioan administration, if a man trans
fers his services to another we say that
he has "accepted the position". Un
der the rule of Democracy, with Cox
ey's army touring the country, when
man was fortunate enough to secure
work, we said he "got the job."
in uaiies unoiuole takes ecxep-
tions to the statemont ot the. (i Inciter
recently that Hood River had the
most phones in its exchange, and
says that The Dalles has 1,000 tele
phones within the city Hi its. We
have authority for the statement from
the manager of the telephone iiompa
ny at Hood River. Resides, the tele
phone directory just Issued shows
over lOOJmoie names for Hood Rher
than for The Dalles. It la now up to
"doll ragi" ot the Chronicle to "hit
the trail. "
There are feais of a wood famine nl
Hood River .for the coming winter.
Considerable of the wood cut this
year iu clearing laud has beeu shipped
out where it was close to tho Mount
Hood road, and there is but a Ninall
supply in sight foi the city. Severn!
buyers from Eastern Oregon have
been picking up what wood they
could, and would take a good deal
more If they could get it, Scarcity
of labor and teams has also operated
against the usual supply coming Into
A Roston paper which takes results
for granted, has this to say: Ore
gon's new senator, Jonathan lloiirue
of Portland, represents a uew order
of things both in his state and iu the
nation. He is the first senator ever
elected by a popular vote,. Senator
Uourne will be a business souator.
He is a millionaire. He will be one
more Harvard senator and one more
Ray stater, for he was born in lioston
a little more thau llfty years nyo.
Thirty years ago ho went to Oregon
and has lived there ever since.
Dalles Young Man Commits Suicide.
Uuy Bextou, son of ex Slieriir Hex
ton, committed suicide at the home of
his pareuta at The Dalles Sunday uf
ternoon, by shooting himself in the
temple with a revolver. The young
man bad beeu melancholy for smend
days, but it was not thought that he
was taking life too seriouidy, and
there seems to have beeu no cause lor
the rash deed. He was an employe of
the telephoue company at The Dalles,
and on Saturday stated that he hud
been traustered to fortlaud und
would go at once. The case is a sad
one and the many friends of Slierill
Sexton In this city sympathise with,
him in his bereavement.
itemovai or I'ostotiice.
The Dalles postotlice Is soon to be
removed to moie specious ciuartera.
much to the delight of Postmaster!
Hoatettler. The locatiou is one block
east of the present site, and on the
opposite side of the street, iu the 1.
O. O. V. building, on the corner of
0eoond and Federal. Optimist.
The room of George Fox, over the
Club Chop House, was entered last
Friday night while he was asleep and
his watch stolen. The timepiece was
taken from tho pocket of his vest
which whs bunging on his bedpost
und so fur there is no clue to the
Aouothei theft reported was thnt of
a suit case which was tukeu from the
Spokane tin in Friday night, It is
thought, at this place. The owuer of
the suit ohso, whose name was not
learned, missed it as the train was
pulling into Hood Kivei and made a
searoh for it. Railroad Detective
Fitzgerald and another sleuth were on
the train and were not! tied ot the
theft. They told the owner of the
lost baggage to got olf bore and in
form the ottioers of its loss and they
would search the train. The train,
which was then pulling across the
bridge, was stopped and getting off
the man noiitied Marshal danger,
who, in oompuy with Deputy Sheriff
Sohmollzer, made a thorough search
utinut town for the missing hi tides
but could not locale It.
Several petty thefts have been re
ported to the city authoiitios of late,
one of which was the taking ot a num
ber of pennies lrom the cash register
of Reed's cigar store by an early
morning visitor who wus seen by a
pussing mail who had just alighted
from No. 5 but escaped before he
could be reooguized.
Many strangers have been dropping
oil trains here lately from the east
and although efforts have been made
to keep suspicious characters and
those who looked like members of the
light lingered gentry moving it is
thought that some of them have evad
ed the ollloers ot and are responsible
for the thieving that has been going
Statement to the Public.
Kilitor (Under: .
On account of gross, malicious
inisrepieHeutHtlnns 1 feel impelled to
write the following oaid of ex plana
tion, I any "malicious" because of
the toll knowledge of the part; muk
ig them as to the untruthfulness of
the statements. This course is Iverv
istastnful to me for 1 have always
nvoided lliuiutitig In the faces ot the
public, tliat which is unpleasant tor
tl.ein to i re.
Hie fucU In the case are, I have
been a licensed embalmer longer than
my one who has ever done business
in Hood kivei, but that is nothing of
which to bo'ist for every undertaker
ilmnM be licensed.
Free line has been made of the
iu tils in these misrepresentatoiis.
proofs of which I have iu my posses
sou and ciiu roduce if liecessary. it
is a inuttoi of little importance so far
is llooil Uiv,r nciMilo are concerned.
for they kno tlh M dements are un
true, but they aio misleading to those
on the outside j'lt as they are meant
The services of an undertaker are
sought only in emergencies and the!
profession bitterly censures this plan
of griiHping for business. Funeral i
etiquette siiys, "if they want you
they will call for you. 1 have always
governed myself accordingly.
Ilciciilter my standing nil will rrtid
"l.ienseil ombiiliner lor Oregon and
Washington." S. K. Itaitmess.
Hoed River Is Not el I. V ing.
Discouraged by the predictions of low
prices growers in some sections have
.ii lunged to install drying and evap
orating plants to provide n means of
Hiding an outlet for their in 't. 1're
rnred in this men hit iq 1 1' - ''no be
held much more easily Hi hi when
placed in cent storage. It is ;.l.-n re
ported Ihat growers ere preparing to
place large iiantities of apples iu interim-
cold storage plants for their
ow n account. A continuat ion of I lie
pre-eut disposition on the part of
buyers to decline to niuke prices will
increase this sentiment.
Altoget her the situation is inter
esting, but the season is not vol far
enough advanced to cause serious
worry to growers, if it develops I' j
that slage, will come when the frui,
must lie gathered aud a uiarket found
To Mi. and Mrs. Robert McKamey,
of Mount Hood, at the Cottage hos
pital in this city on August 31, a boy.
No Mail Service en Route 2.
Since the resignation of J. R Kin
soy, which took etlcot Si'.ti.iday,
Route 2 has been . without ni..il ser
vice. It was thought a man bad been
secured, but wo'dd not take the job
unless, a bonus from the patrons on
the line was put up in the bank in
advance, and not enough could be se
cured to guarantee, sultlnient wages to
bean Inducement, llie government
pays only 8f a month, and while this
amount is sulllcieut to secure a car
rier iu a level country, where one
horse ran do the wot a, and feed is
cheap, It is not enough here, especial
ly wiien a man and team can get $4
and $5 a day at present. Mr. Kiusey
has been a faithful carrier for a long
time, and was vory popular with his
patrons, but be OHiinot be blamed for
bettering his condition when the op
portunity ottered. He has nccepted a
position with K. 11. Krugg A Co.
Postmaster Yates, as well as the pa
trons, are anxious to tecum mother
carrier, and it is hoped that htriinge
nients will be made with hi :ie one
that will be satisfactory nil tin und.
The Keacon Is Inter lew d
Charley Davidson, "The lied Dea
con," of Hood River, Oregon, blew
in Friday morning for a visit with
relatives and old friends. It has been
just about five years since he shook
the dust of Centeiburg from oil his
pedal extremities and went west to
make his home with his son, H. F.
Davidson, and get next to nature and
the big pippins and strawberries tor
which the Hood River valley is ju-tly
famous. He has laid his whiskers out
iu town lots, wears weddln' clothes,
teems generally contented with him
self and the world, aud is, if possible,
better looking than when l.e was
stumping the state for Coxey and
giving the two old parties , tev-
eral years ago. Ceiiterburg (lazette.
White Salmon's Progress.
Last Monday there was shipped
over the White Salmon dock eighty
tons of freight, of which twenty tons
were bound out and sixty tons into
town. One hundred and seven dol
Jars aud fifty cents were collected in
fees by Agent Uladdeu. 'that was
about the aveiage tor a whole mouth
two years ago und it shows a phenom
enal growth In business nt this point
duriug that time. Enterprise.
Charles M. Rusy Dies of His Injuries
Charles Kusey, a well known ranch
er ot Hood liiver, met with an acci
dent while visiting at The Dalles and
the Chronicle says that he was found
at Mill cieek near there one morning
last wees by two men employed on u
steam shovel. When first seen they
thought liusey was dead, but hasten
lug to him tbey discovered that he
was alive, but in an unconscious con
dition. Shoritf Chrismnu and Dr.
Lowe were summoned and as soon as
the latter saw the condition of the
mau he was taken to the sanitarium,
where he has since remained uncons
When found he was lying at a point
just below the end of the guard which
extends along the railroad bridge fifty
reel anove, witll one loot aud leg em
bedded into the mud about a toot and
a half indicating that he had fallen
from the bride and lit on his feet.
This the doctor thiuks caused concus
sion of the brain, as he found no ex- j
From papers found iu his pocket it I
wna discovered that the injured man j
Is Chares M. liusey, a farmer who
lives uear Hood River. Peter Isen- i
berg, who. called at the sanitarium,
also Identified liusey and says he is a
bachelor about 4f years of age.
At what hour the accident occurred
is uncertain. A man who stood at tho
Umatilla house said he saw a in an
start over the I ridge before that - rly
tiain left, tint failed to notice win i ti
er he reached tiie other sde r not.
The uufnitiimite man lingered in a
comatose condition until lnesiia,
when he died, without regaining con
sciousness. His brother arrived from
Southern Oregou and attended him
until the last, and will look after his
property interests until the appoint
ment of an administrator by the
court. The funeral wus held at The
Dalles yesterday. Roswell Shell y
went f i oui heie to atleud ttie funeral.
Depositors in the Savings Depart
U'rnt of the First National Hank are
r nested to bring in their bank
boo!;s in order that interest may be
enteied therein which is due Septeui.
ber 1. Cashiei First National Hunk.
MEETS AT BOISE
Unite, Idaho, Sept, 4. Boise today
is a cityjof :io,oil() people, one-third of
whom are delegates or visitors to the
fourteenth-annual irrigation oingrose.
The arrivals begun Saturday and
continued yesterday and today. AH
the regular trains are crowded, and
epeoials from every direction bi ought
visitors representing 42 states.
The city is handling the immense
ciowds admirably. Residents opened
their homeB to the strangers, and
temporary rsstauiants have been es
tablished. While Poise is jammed
with people, there is no confusiou
und all are provided for in comfort.
The Oregon special brought 250 del
egates, iucludiug Covei nor Chamber
lain aud many of the most prominent
Utah sent Especial train with two
bands. Nevada has a trainload and
California h s 100 delegates and as
many boosterp. New Mexico, Wash
ington, Montana, Colorado and Texas
sent big delegations.
the meeting, which will continue
through the week, promises to be veiy
important. The addresses and dis
cussions will revolve around the four
great objects that the congress aims
to accomplish, namely: "Save the
Forests," "Store the Floods," "R
cluiin the Desert," aud "Home on the
More Room Needed.
On aocoant of the lack of room in
the office at the depot, Agent lloyle
is having an express room built in
the baggage room, and the compart
ment in the office now takeu up with
express packages will be torn out.
Business at Hood River is outgrow
ing the present accommodations for
rooii , both at the passenger aud
freight depots, and an addition is
badly needed to take care of the ac
cumulations of freight as well as the
express. Hood River does the largest
express business on the line between
Portland and Raker City, taking
the year's business as a whole, and
the freight business is increasing by
leaps aud bounds.
Bright ynnng men and women of good nunt
Iiik t" prepare for business dohIUoiih, rh ateno
gruphers, bookkeepers, una telegraph opera
tor at good tJttlarie. Write toUuy for free
806 12th St., Oakland, Cal.
The lurffVNt aud best equipped school of butd
nesH ti'Hinlnic, Shorthand, Typewriting, Mors';
TeleKiupliy, ('Ivll, Klectrlcal, Mechsnlcul and
Uevcllers On Stanley Rock Were Sassy.
Marshal (lunger and Deputy Sheriff
.Schineltzer wore called to the iesi
deuce of J. V. Koberg last Thursday
evening to suppress a party of revel
lers who who Bad taken possession of
Stanley Rock on Mr. Koborg's prem
ises and were holding high carnival.
The party had started a big bonfire
and iu the midst ot their do
ings it was feared that they might set
fire to the dry grass baok of it and
oaue a contlHgration Ihat would Je
suit seriously Their attention was
culled to this fact and tbey became
siHsy, but by the tin e the marshal and
deputy arrived bad extinguished it.
A lew words of explanation on the
part of the o Ulcers and the statemeut
by mem tiers of the party that thoy
did not know that they were trespass
ing on Mr. Koberg s premises straight
eneu the matter out and the officers
returned to town.
Mining Kniftneerlnic, Mechanical and Arctil-
U- turitl diawli.s west or sew lorn.
Stf-INolei Youna men and women of thin
vicinity should not lull U write for catalogue,
staling wnat course tney preter.- - -v
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United HUtes land Office, The t'Mlie, (ire-
In rtimpliaiMie with the provisions el the act
onougretttof June 3, lsrs. enlilleo "An act
lor the sale of limber lands In the states uf
California, Oregon, Nevuda, and w ssiiinzmn
Territory," as extended loall the i'ui.ft- i.utid
sjlates by act of August 4, 1SW,
PAUL M. HALH.KWIH,
of Hood River, count of Wasco, slnle nt Ore
gon, ban this day tiled In thlsotnee els sworn
statement No. 3t)ttt, for the urchase of the
HKl4S Wii and NKSW, of section 22, town
ship t north range to r,, W. M., and wilt oiler
proof to show that the land sought is inert
valuable tor the timber or stone thereon than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land before the Keglster and
Kecelver, at the tand Ofrle In The Dulles, Ore-,
oniENOveinu. r umi.
names ss witnesses Wll lain
L. K. Morse, J. H llelllironner. A,
ail oi tioou Kiver, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
anyot the above-deacrlbed lands are request
ed to rile tbetr claims In tills olttce on or be
fore the said M day of November, 1P0U
Joe Cans the Lightweight Champion.
Joe Cans defeated Battling Nelson
at (iulil Held Monday in one of the
hardest fought battles that have ever
been witnessed in the prize ring, it
took 4' i omuls to decide the contest,
and the decision was given to Cans
on a foul. The gate reoeipts amount
ed ;to about $:td,0OC, leaving ulnioe
piollt to tho club that managed the
alluir. Fortunes changed hands ou
wagers, and the aff air created wide
interest among spotting men all over
We invite your inspection of our Fall
Millinery. ' Mine. Abbott.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
Avaruty ,f good residence property
ty at prie, - ami terms to suit.
(iood bays for .'00, tS00, $700, $850,
$1,000, $l,ar)0, $1,300, $1,400, $1,500,
$l,fU, f l,HUU or any price you want.
Two-story house near high school for
(Several good residences close to busi
ness for sale cheap.
Fine two-story residence with two
lots, choice location, only $-,000.
New two-story house, six rooms be
sides pantry and bath, only fOOO.
Whole blocks and acreage property for
sale on easy terms. '
Finest residence lots in the citv cheap.
Large list to select from, including
good orchard land and farm property.
Come and soe us.
Onthank A Otten
Hood River Oregon
Is now located in Chns. Clarke's I)ru; Store, next
door to the pontoffice. A full line of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures
Don't forget the name
Clarke, the Jeweler
W. B. STROWBRIDQE
Paper Hanging and Tinting a Specialty
For Snle-A Jersey bull, years old;
m service, price, $30. M. Dumus, Mount
For Hale-One horse hnck. either one or tw i
aeutB; unliable for family driving or market
winton. ,Ako set ot harnexs, O. H. Kobhlnn,
Fat mere' phone, Route 1. g27
For Kale Two milk cows and a saddle pony
J.Wick ham. 17
For SKle-Nloc new rag carpet can be found
at the 1'arlB Fair. ;7
if ynu lmve a watch that others have failed
to tnakenlve NHlWadlou bring It to me. T
8. W eeklcy, thu leweler. y m
Hulls lor Hervlce-I keep two bulls at niv
plaee lor kervlee. Any one wishitiK theme til
same must pay at the timeservlce is rendered
Service, tl. 1 also do dehorning at li e pi i
head. Hruno Frani North Belmont. a.Vnovl.
For Hale-Bnrn 25xlii, 18 loot posta. (iood as
new. Inquire of O. U. Woodworth or O. H.
Parties wishing to buy land In Wind
River valley would do well lo call on t'. C.
Welherell, Carson, Wash. JySftiuii
For Bale-Klght acres or land, 1 'TmlTeTlro i n
Hood Klver on Belmont road ; ft acres In
strawberries. 66 fruit trees .,,.,-t V.,n h.,.i..
and part one year; balance In clover, potato
j i7 " uerncs, reu rasonerrle
and black caps on place. Three room houw
u iZt ""use lKxai, Dam Hxlii and
For Hale-1'lne wood, hi Inch and 4 foot
lenKina. rnce. ju.au per coru for 16 nch und
$! per cord tor 4 foot, on tho ground at my
Stanley-Smith Lumber Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Lathf tShing'lcs, Etc
Lumber Deliierd to Any Part of the Valley
roraie ox wrier nnira from mv nri
winner mat loos nrst nrlze at Portland a hour
The pnps are pure blood, very nlcelv marked
black and tan heads and ears, white bodies.
Kvery one will make a winner Ifnut. imlnr.
siiuw. i new uw matte me Deal OI coinuan.
Ions and rat dons. Kockford autre ll.w.rf
Kiver, ore. gg
i . nnro-A j-nuiuvns uruuuer, nearly new,
at a bariialn. Also two tents and camping
outfit. Oreacent Krult Co., i miles out, east
side. . o'hlu.ni
For RalfV-Italian nrunea f., nani
Twin Oak Farm. Phone Slxl. aSU-sJO
For Sale Team of light work horses, one a
good single driver; net double harness; one
hack; one bintgy, almost new; one single bar.
uess; one saddle and bridle. A bargain
aao-sfll H-M. Huxley.
Wanted BO families who can each use from
10 to 100 lbs. of prunes, Choice of four vnrle
lies. Phone 125. 11. C Batebam. a3IMW
For Sale-Two hor , weight about lono 7tw.
each; 1 one-horse spring wagon, cart and har
ness. J.B.Ktnsey.. a-IOol"
For Hale Forty thoroutrhhred r.,u ,. i ...
horn taena. J. C. Carter Kast Hide. Ph.mJ
For Sale 10 acre tracts In M.mut HnH u.
tleoient, on main road. Timber on nn.
I tracts, 'also water. Price J75i to ia per
acre. Half down, balance a per cent Clear
I title ro every tract. Address a. K v'elguth
1 II fUierlook Building, Portland, Ore,, owner
j aJ:l m.
! For Male KPlable family bay horse, broke
, ..,, ,,,, ,,r inns single or double Also
hnrnima and two.seted rig. Will take cow
hy or farm wo k In exchange. Apply lv
mall or In mornings at farm ou Bcrrett road
Mrs. J. It. Mcner. '
Call at place for further purtlcu-
J-" " 1.. J . M 11 IK 1 OH.
onlya few more of those splendid It) aero
u"ct.; ",1!"il1 ' " M. B. Potter farm In
Hood River valley, near the city. Suitable
tor apples and strawberries. Prices arc
placed below regular rales on similar prop
erty to this vicinity. No better apple land
can be found. Look at It peisonall v for Ilia
proo . Write Frank McFarlund, lnii Win sl
Pootland, or see Mrs. M. K t.mr n...
.WantedrMan or men to l.ike contract for
clearing land. Literal pay. a. N. Itahm.
Wanted-Keliahle man to lake agencv for
Oregon Fire Relief Assoclat on for iiood
River and Va lev. aiMa va i i....l.r;
General Agent Kaatern Oregon 'ia-imrtiiieiii'
vogtmoek, Theliallea, Ore on. ds27
Wanted Immediutuivi,.n . ,- -.17...
uJV?0'1 w.'!"1' !"u1 "? c,ml8 "' loot' wood.
nuoiuB, rnraoise rami. -t
Wanted (tond hriu-ht i,.w , i
trade. F:niiuireat(ilelerinn,. 1
Wanted-Farm hand to muv ,.....,.. t-
year. Want a man having family. Phono
rariiteraatl. C. T. Roberts. Il.Kd Rir l-
lOlHIUlre at fills
shoes just repaired. Finder nlease reii,, .,
Wanted-Farm hand, single man preferred.
ala-MS ''"wra 481- C T. Roberts
For Hale On I:
i, mi gooa ncn and. one vi.
living springs on place, (iood new honse'
All for Sinoo. is,...
Jly 80 mlnntea walk f"nm post
of good rich land, nne view
Kuqulrv at this
For SaleTeem of marcs kpv i,0..I
and heavy hek, cneap. Apply at Transfer
n. Mclaughlin. ki
,V l,lver' ham or W
For Kale-Hed loom snlt, coo ; stove ehalra
Mason fruit Jars, hack and harness good ail
new rail or write Henry siamm, llnvn
port tower planer, Kulliloii; Mi
-Horse, harness and l1
I'rune packers and pickers, good
P . ill i..".""'.'.? w:,rk- Apply u.
, iM JrFt roster, or
Ifonwanta siinare deal
I.H. Weekljy, the Jeweler
rented. Prices talk.
m r.,.lr"jiTyh.W',,f"n ln I1""4 eon'tllion,
will trade for tight wagon. K.ngle han.esJ
taken In part pavmeuu s. p. Rph, R, k h
No 1. Phone I am. ' -. .'
For Sale-One of the best paying millinery
stores In kaatern Ora(oii. ir m,d will,,,, &
dayswllla. at a banian. Write
R, J. Oornian 4 Co., .'iu Sertiud 8L ti.
then deal with
All work war-
KMlm '. T."fr'",m, '""' nd lonr-r, mm
Korrrnt lower story of roon
jltn miKlern Improvements, trt
is and balli.
..ioersJIUc.n, call on Onthank otten.
On State lioarl HU1, out of HochI !
"""I, iHIt III W n.rili: li..lf...
FiWSale One Um of honas, weight lgii
pounds each, well broken. lmri r rt,.t.i
7 nun 1 1 rtis ,,( - .m; i ...... t, :
nam wagon, wide tires, with mi, fnce l-: . ; u i P. , tarnajro blunlcet.
-.nii.ie iwo or tnrae viml in..i, "iiw oaid ,ic hp ,.,,.. .,,
" nwi ui, IBCU rc of "lacier Ollll'fi or at Iti.tl... L .,.:
eowa as pan payment.
C. V. Pearamna, Oaantt Uku, Ore.
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