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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1906)
,f)0D RIVER GLACIER IRRIGATION MEN
..ed ,vrv Tl.aradar by
. I.t k U. MOW, PuMUbar.
HAD GOOD MEETING
hnu lubaorlptlnn ll.M a jaM IM U4
THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1906.
The doeoratlona mado during the
fair liy luminous men were both
unique aud tasteful and were la so
cord with the enterprise and iiiKenui
ty of Hood Kiver uietchHtit.
The fruit fulr Is over and an was
predicted the exhibition whh an un-
quulifled success. The fruit wag the
flneat, the attendance all that could
be desired and the exhibitor!) satisfied
with the awa"d of prices.
Juat now, today, there are on view
at the Hood River apple fair the fin
est lot of applies1 ever placed in a show
room. And they are not hIiowii two
or three on a plate but in boxet read;
packed for shipment. And the trp
tier of these apples in no better thun
the bottom tier, and no worse, in
fact every apple in each box is almost
identically the same. That is how
the Hood Kiver product has (allied
its name. Optimist.
A writer in the Oregon Journal,
who is evidently trying to influence
members of the letfi luture, takes It
opon himself to say that the move
ment to oreate a new county in the
went i on end of Wasco county is un
popular and is 'without the samilloti
of those interested. We do not know
who the Journal's Informant is, but
do know that whoever it is he is any-
tbinglhut well Informed on the sub
jeot and bandies the truth; very eotini
Nodal Event of the Hrason.
The party given by Mr. and Mrs,
P. P. Friday and Mr. aud Mrs. W. K.
Sherman Wednesday evening of hint
week at the beautiful country real
deuce of the latter, called "Crusoe-
1ho7," was a very enjoyable alfair.
rne feature or the special train on
the Mount ilood railroad was Iiipnrec
Inte l by the city guests, and added
to the enjoyment of the evening. The
trip was made In less than half nu
hour from the depot, and about sev
euty were passengers on the special,
The spacious residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Sherman was tastefully deoornt
ed with autumn leaves, and the
grounds lighted with Japanese lan
terns, niBklng the eltert a very beau
tit ul one as the large party plighted
from the train right at the entrance
to the grounds.
Tweuty-oue tables were occupied by
the guests, who played progressive
ww, and prizes were won by Mrs
Karly and N. W. Hone. A iolininus
repast followed, and the city guests
departed on the special at VI o'clock
ynlte a cumber from the country
drove from their respective homes.
there were also guests from Hulcm
present, ine hosts and hostesses are
til be congratulated on the success of
the ocean I (i u,
The meeting of the Oregon Irriga
tion, to-sorihtiuu lit Hood Kiver was
carried oft most successfully with a
good ntteu'liince and marked Interest
Many prominent men were present
Irom all parts othe ttate aud nil had
a good word fur Mood Kiver. The
delegates expressd themselves as
much pleased with their treatment
here and were lavish in their praise
of the fruit fair in their talks during
the sessions or the convention. Iheii
speeches either commenced with a
eulogy of the "Apple City" or ended
with one, and although the meeting
was called tor the purpose or draousa
ing irrigation the afternoon wag large
ly devoted to talking about Hood
The meeting was called to order by
President Lowell with A. King Wll
son as secretary. After the roll call
of delegites the chairman presented
Mayor lil.wers, who weloomed the
delegates in behalf of I be city and
told about the beneficent effect of ir
rigation in the valley.
A. (J. Htuten was then called npon
to address the convention and in a
very eurnest speech welcomed the ir
rigutionibts and told of the em ly
struggles of the first fruit grov.eis in
securrug water for Irrigation and how
valuable it was to them. He plan
spoke of ti e marked success the farm
ers had made in maiiuging thier oho
After Judge Lowell had responded
to the welcoming apeohea in behalf of
the association Tom Klcbardsou. of
the Portland Commercial club, than
whom there is no greater admirer of
Ilood Kivei, addressed the u ectii g
on "Portland' Interest In irrigi
lion." 11 o (Hiked first, boweu-
about Hood Kiver and Its apples
his remarks were greeted with I e
applause. lie It lien told what Port
laud was doing for better irilgat'or
In the state aud how important it tsut
that a iurge fund should be created to
further its cause.
Jefferson Myers, who was chairman
of the Oiegon Commission of the
Lewis & Chirk fair, paid his respects
to the fair and said lie thought it and
similar exhibitions were doing much
ror the state in the way of showing Its
resources, rne tendency which had
been away from te farm and ranch he
now thought was the other way aud
people were taking more interest
Kouat'T Pulton paid Hood Kiver
some nice compliments, but after-
wards talked on some big questions
in connection wicn tne plans to irri
gate the arid portions of the state and
also ot mutters pertaining to (he bet
torment ot uregou'g rivers and har
Alter considitrauie discussion on
Jesse Htenru's paper on "Irrigation
under the Carey act in the Deschutes
valley," the meeting adjourned until
the evening session. On reassembling,
m oouimiiiee on nominations mad
its report, which whs accepted and
onlceis were eleotod for the ensuing
President- P. W. Metcaif, Ontario.
Pirst Vice Presldeut-W. 11. Moore.
.Simons Kid Gloves
The Paris Fair
The Place to Save Money
HAMILTON-BROWN SHOES 1
It lias always been tlio intention of the Vahw Fair to ive the public a little bet
ter values for less money than they can get any other place in town, which inten
tion we have always fulfilled. lOach week we phiee on npecnil Hale Home article of
mereliandiKe for men, women and children. When we niv "sneeinl nrW' rn
i 4.1. . - . . " i .v.,i
iiiiii in in iniijcni uuiu lih: N(,'llin piice. True.
1 Ul. 1 ; .1 ....
uur iiti.iiui, uini we never iig'ure now much we
.r.r.1.. .,,.,1 J- Tl.: . . - 1 1 o, . . .
., otcLi.u x mi we win run a rspecial sale in Silk and Satin Foulard
we ar-i here for everything but
can nnike. but how Uttta wp.mh
900 Foulards, 390
23-inch navy blue satin Foulard, with clusters of
while dots, hvavy quality, sold regular at 90c. 9 fl
Kpecial pri e , UyZ
900 Foulard, 390
Z.i-uicli cream satin foulard, with clusters of lila
dots ami black polka dots, fine liulsii, heavy
quality, sold regular at tWu. Special price. .
460 Foulard, 250
18-inch sifin Foulard, turquoise blue background,
with a while scroll pattern and black polka dots,
heavy quality and an extra fine fliiiigh, oldQC
regular at 4ft. Kpecial price a0C
350 Wash Silk, 250
20-inch fancy striped Wash Silk, light yellow aud
blue atripe and a good wearing quality, soldOC.
regular at 35c. Special price ..... ZoC
- 600 Wash Silk, 250
20-ineh extra heavy corded Wash Silk in a light
yellow color, and a very snappy piece of silkOCt
for a dressy shiit waist, sold reg. at 0c. BpJ, ZtX
350 Wash Silk, 250
ai-inch fancy striped Wash Silk in light green and
"'" Biiiin:, Buiiaoie ror siurt waist, etc
""Pul"' l'"w oou, npnriai price. .......
Thought lie Had Lost Ills Prize.
A good story is told about one of
the exhibitors at the fair, who took a
prize and afterwards thought the
prize box of fruit had been stolem
After packing up bis disnlav be could
riot Dud the box in which his pride as
an apple grower was centered aud in
stantly jumped to the conclusion that
it had been swiped and taken away on
the local. Kuuuiug to the telegraph
oflloe he wired the conductor to
search the train and get the fruit at
all hazards. After returning to the
fair building h made another search
and in the cenUr ot the pile of boxe
louna me uox wliloli bad been over
looked. As a result the railroad em
ployes at the station have been amok
iug on me genueuiHU.
BY PORTLAND ARTISTS
The concerts given by the luemlieis
or tne Musical and Diamatio acade
my, ol which J. Adrian Kpping is di
rector, at the opera house Friday and
naturday evenings, were so largely at
tended that standing room was at a
premium aud the audience reached
out to the passageway leading to the
Many who were present si y that It
was too Dest musical and dramatio
treat ever given at Hood River aud
that not only the portion of the pro
gram reudered by the artists from
Portland but the local talent as well
gave amusement seekers an evening to
oe long remeni timed.
The program Friday evening was as
London Concert Hall song The
misses Hilar p.
Keolttttiou selected Miss Nettie
allad-"Clang of the Forgo, "
Piano aolo from Kigolotto, Verdi
Miss Alita Arrick.
Heading, "I'bo Soul of the Violin"
Wiu. M. Knsmus.
liaritoue solo, "A May Morning, "
Denaz J. Adriau Kppiug.
Reading, "The Milliner's Hill-Miss
Violiu solo, "The Kvenlng Star"
miss uamel'a Jtarker.
Scene from "The School for Scan
dal'wlth Miss M. llode as I.ady Tea
zle aud Wm. M. Rasmus as Sir Peter.
The concert party wore entertained
at the Mount Hood hotel and Satur
day morning went for a ride over the
valley visiting Mr. Kpping' and oth
er ranches and in the eveui.ig gave
another Hue conceit with the follow
Piano solo, Valhe impromptu, I.it
Miss Alita '1. Airick.
liaritone solo, "The Holla of St.
Mary's Malloy J. Adrian Kpping.
Heading, "Shamus O'Hrien, " Con
ner Wru. M. Rasmus.
Violin solo, llerseuse, (ioddaid
Miss Cnmelia Parker.
Reading, "How Salvator Won" C.
Mi TZOBonrnno solo. "Sun Tov" I),..
llardlet Miss Perth Royal. I
Playlet, "The Littlest Olrl" lni-I
personations by Messrs. Wm. Rasmus '
aud (i. Lester Paul.
ibe music and other selections1
weie highly appreciated and were of ;
a very high order ot merit. The par-;
ty remained here until Sunday even- i
ing when they took tae train for'
For sale by Kmporlum. Twenty acrcn
on Methodist lane, four miltw southwest
from Hood River, small limit', mime
land cleared. Only IKiO. i
Vice Presldont-J. W. Per
kins, Med ford
Secretary A. King Wilson
i rensiirer iom Wright, Union.
Kxeciitive Committee Steuben A
Lowell, chairman, Pendleton : K. N.
Smith, Ontario, W. l' Meyers, Laid-
inv, Tom Kyiiu, Oregon Citv. F. W.
tieigaie, niamatn tails.
the committee also recommended
the adoption of the Portland Hoard of
irade Journal a the official or if mi of
the asNoclatiou,' which was carried.
Jiidd (leer, of Cove. Or., made an
address to the convention on "Fruit
growing on Irrigated lands," and 1'
W. Metcaif talked on "Irrigation
Mainour county. "
He was followed by K. N. S'nlth.
ooiinly surveyor of Malheur countv.
with an address on "The duty we owe
water," who said tout one ot the do
ties owed to water was nut to use too
much of it, as it had boeu discovered
that 15 Inches would proporlv irrigate
un acre oijmnn in even arid soli and
closed hi address by statins that
Malheur bad beeu disappointed bv
tea reciamniinu service.
Secretary Wilson read a minor frnni
L. U. West, of Hend, Or., statinu
mat ine larmers or ine I'esclmtes val
ley were confident that thev would
solve the problem of irrigation there
mid sent a greeting to the convention
In also road a resolution from the
hop growers and wool growers of Ore
gon, asking for the establishment by
i no mine or a line mill ai Siilem foi
the manufacture of lion sacks and
wool suck by convict labor. After
iisciishIoii, the resolution was passed
alter ine delegates nad listened to
a vocal solo selection bv Miss (lladvs
Hartley, a communication was read
from the Orfgou State Federation of
Woinun 's clubs, olfcr Ing oo-onera
tlon in obtaining better Irrigation for
the state, and a oominltee will be ap
I iien 10 coiner wnu mem.
Charles Meserve. of Urauta Pass.
Invited the Irrlgationists to 'moot at
that place next year, when he said a
huge fruit fair would be held. Pen-
illetou was also put forth as an asrd
rHiit for the meeting, but after a talk
In favor of the Kogue Kiver town by
nidge lioweu aim Addison lien not L
or mo Dimes, urant rnss was select
.oea or legislation lu ureaou on
the subject of waters," was the paper
reiiu ny ,i. n i ow I h, slate engineer.
Mr. Lewis laid th..t capital was beinu
riven away from Oregon, owinir to
uiiHHtisrnctory iaw lu llxirig water
rights, and urged that the matter
mIi, mid lie taken up and adjusted at
the next meeting of the legislature.
Legal toohuioiilities existed, be said
hetwneti the Carey act and the United
States reclamation service, which
should be eradicated. -
W. II, More precipitated a warm
difcusainit by moving to have the as
sociation indorse the work ot a com
mittee appointed to draft lans at Sa
lorn governing the use of public wat
ers. It was llniilly carried with one
dissenting vote, A. King Wilson vot
ing against it.
Professor F. L. Kent, instructor at
the Oregon Agricultural c ;l ge, who
aimed on tin evening Inn , tuisthcn
announced an , deli ered hi address
on " 1 1 riiril u.u lor humid leiitons."
Witl I inis he demonstrated how ex
peniK.iis in the Willamette rutin?
hIioim d un increased production lii
sections that were iirigated over I hoee
that Here not, aud gave figures with bis
stiitoineuts showing that 8,7:1.! crates
of tlrnw berries had beeu raised on
Hie H iine aiea of land which had luwn
irrigated, as agahitt only l.OIW raised
on non-iri isgted land.
II. C. Willis, of Pendleton, offered
a resolution thanking the residents ol
Hood Kiver aud the Commercial club
lor their kiudly courtesy to members
ot the association, and expressing ad
ii. inition at the flue fruit exhibition,
hich he said could not be equalled
anywhere. The resolution was car
ried. A. King Wilsou also moved a reso-
ISc Wool Sox, 5c
Men's black and fancy Wool
Sox, seconds, sold reutilur at
15c. Special price, pair ,..5c
85c Dress Shirts, 49c
Men's light or dark cob red
Dress Shirts, made from l ew
patterns of shirting, all sizes
and a large selection of pat
terns to choose from, value up
to 8T)C. Special 49c
50c Underwear, 35c
Men's extra heavy fleece lined
underwear, clonic of brown,
sold regular at 50c. Special
price, the garment 35c
Children's Hose, 100
Children's extra heavy ribbed school ho-,
fiwi black, made with a double heel and loe.
Eoys' Underwear, 280
Hoy's extra heavy fleece lined Underwear, a
gnrment that is" soft and warm, price, the
Misses' Tarn O'Shanters, 5c
We have MIhs-ch' Tarn O'Slianters in
similes, just the thing for school wear,
regular ut 2!i . To close mit. special . .
We have a large and well selected line of children'
coats, made from all the latest cout cloth, hucIi hi plain
Hear Skin, liroadolotli, Velvet. Astracbinn. lidin.rd
all niaiie dainty
Cord, Melton cloths, etc.,
Prices range from 60c to
On digplay second floor
Ladies' Hose, 10c
Ladies' fast black xtton Hose,
double heel aud toe, heavy
quality, price lOc
Ladies' Union Suits, 25c
Ladies' extra heavy fleece
lined, ribbed Union Suits, soft.
and warm, price the stiit 25c
Fleece Lined Hose, 10c
Ladeei' oxtr heavy fl ece
lined cotton Me, fast black,
a bote that will give satisfac
tion. Price lOc
A complete line of Ladies' and Misses' skirls in pain
01 fancy cloth, also a large variety of Ladies' suits, con
sisting of all the newest and up-to-date patterns. Any
leily looking forarkirt or suit can find a large variety
of patterna hern to choose from.
lotion that the Portland Hoard of
Trade tender Hood Kiver a vote of
thanks for it treatment of tlio dele
gates, saying that the fruit fair here
was the greatest inspiration aud ob-
joot lesson as to what irrigatiou could
accomplish. The meeting then ad
A W Icrful ( lock.
Duruig the fair Larawav A Son had
ou exhibition a clock that huh the
wonder of all who saw it. It
ed of a frame and glass with
ard aud pair of hands so adjusted
that they could be given a whlil and
would re-adjust themselves to what
ever time ot day it happened to be
when they weie manipulated mid go
on keeping time. This itigouiuiH de
vice wsi made by W. F. Laiawny In
IXil aud is a most complicated niece
of mechanism such as only an expert
moctiHiilo could make. The secret of
its mechanism Mr. Larawav refuses
If an article 1 imitated, the origin
al is always best. Think it over, and
when you go to buy that box of salve
to keep around the houtie. net He
Witt's Witch llizel Salve. It is the
original and the name is stamped on
every box. Oood for eczema, tetter,
India, cuts, and bruises, aud especial
ly recommended for piles. Sold bv
Fine corned beef at McOuirc Hrm
Middle Valley Mill
ELPPA ORCHARD CO., (Inc) Proprietors
Stanley-Smith Lumber Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Lath, Shingles, Etc
Lumber Delivered to Any Part of the Valley
NO MORE TROUBLE
WITH YOUR WATCH
IF YOU TAKE IT TO
He Does Reliable Work
WeoflcrOne Ilumlretl Iulliir.H rewnnl I'm
any i-anenf Cailun li Hint oiniini lw ciui-il by
Hull's Calarrah Cure. Y. J. I'HKNKY, tfi'n.,
We. the IHKtl-rsllMlPil. Imvn Lmiwn 1.- I
'Iii'Iikv for Ihr Ihki Ifi iiiiik mill lu li. v
IHirftctly lion.iiuhli' In nil tiuiliKKn UBHsue-
tliillM, Hll.l nilHIK'lHllv llbli- to i .ii rv mil ..u
olilla(loiiN iiiiuie hy IiIm linn.
WAI IIIMI, kINNAN lAlinv.
Wliiiliwale liruaKlxlii 'I'nlwm, 'I In.
iUII'a Cniiirrli I nn. Ik i..k. .. ..
iiriliiii rthwllv tiiKin ih IiI.hiiI uini I.,.., .....
miilMiH'H of Hit. h.vhUiiii. '1'iiNllimiiilalh h.nl
fnni. I'rlre Ibe ner bnllle. Sold hv all dnik'.
Ihu. Tskr llHirnrinily 1'llla for i-iiiimIIlihIIiiii
Fir and Pine Lumber
Ready for Business
o All orders Promptly Filled
1'. 0. Hood Kiver, Orkgon.
Mij.l Mt. Hood Stage Koad, 4 miles south i
To Mr. and Mr. Joseph Tompkln,
III the Clo-Hlt ninrt ortheHlalcofoieKiin for
Mury K. Hriimf, rialnlin
Tliniiuu llrait. Di.ffiirtftiii,
TuThoinna Urn, dtifenitiiiu alMive naniwl.
In the name of the slulc of (r'on .roil me
llcrehy niiulrnl lo hiuw hii.I aimwer tlm
ooliipliilni nlml Hitalnsl you In the hImivo rii
tltli'd court hii.I null on or lii ibif the tlrm dav
ol lieeeinher, iwai, ami Ifyou r.ul to ho Hnivif,
lor whiiI thereof, the plxiiilnl will aiiulv to
the court (or the relief pruveil for In her nun.
plaliil llleil therein to-wh : for a decree ills-
NolVIIlK UielHIIlilN Of IllUtrltlltmv n.iu' evttl.,.r
hctwecu yournelf and plaimnr
'I'hlN NlllllltlOntl 1)4 IIUtlllHlll.l lllll-Mll.lllt t,A ,.
oriler mule hy the ll.iu A. K. Luke, ju.l(e of
thei-ounty court of the Slate of on-mm fi r
U ni-o lyilllilv . ilrtli.,1 ii i, ..I, ,i Ill I l.l,l...F
mm, and which .inter dirivis llml th sum.
nion In thin milt Ih' nerved upon vou hy pul .
Heat Inn once a week for six consecutive week
lu the II.khI lilver (llacler. the il.w. .
lion being on the 1m n day ol ivioher. l'.nki.
Attorney lor rialntlrl. I
Uwinnto lack of apace, on account of
nur larse anil iiicreaaitin bueinatui, we
linve rcntpil the Bone Imililinjr, nejt to
ine Kiimona lintel, and are Hltintr un
tlie entire building into a Flrst-'ilaca
Piano Ntore, whieli will b ' a credit to
We have two car Inniln of beautiful in
slruniiMitM ilue to arrive from the east
ern fn:t(irii'H tliia week. This nhiptnent
inrlmles tlie creat Apollo Concert Grand
(like the (hid Fellows have), Hah
Grands, Interior Piano Players and a
complete line of the very bent Upright
Pianos in the latest styles. Secondhand
pianos a ml orirana taken in exchange
md several sin hand for sale. lowest
prices to all. No atren ts or commission
men to make yonr piano cost you 00
more than if mirehiused direct from thp
The demand for Hood River property
wag never l tier. Now is the time to
rial your ii'oirtv If von have anvtliin
to sen. ll yon want quick action and
a square .h si list your property with us
we aiK tin- -Mine commission as otl
real eatal (inns.
J. H. HEILBRONNER & CO.
lR)OD RIVER and PORTLAND, 0R1
Buy Your Fruit Boxes
Hood River Box Factory
and Patronize Home Industry.
Best Quality Lowest Price
Phone Main 71
1(0 acres. Little White Salmon land
for sale four miles from river. Good
road, also county road running across
place. Two houses, two bams, one
acre in (trass. Two streams of water
running across place. Kasy cleared.
Good apple and berrv land. For fur
ther particulars write F. W. Dehart,
Vieuto, Oregon. oll-nl
Comfortable 8 room house on State
street neatlv. papered and remodeled,
with all modern conveniences. Perma
nent renter wanted at $15 per month.
J..H, 1IEII.I5RONNER & CO.
For 8ale.-Bay horse, weight UOO lbs. Per.
feetly sound and gentle. W orks either single
or double. Children can ride hi in. A most
consistent driver, a horse that will irlve satis
faction. Will be sold cheap If taken at once.
oll-nl Hockford Store, Hood River
Parties wishing to buy land In Wind
River valley would do well to call on C. C.
Wetherell, Carson, Wash. JyiOiinii
For Hale Kick wood on the ground, IK. I..
Klemer, route No. 1. 8i7-ol8
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
Soulc Bros. Piano Co.
.AS II. SnH.K, Manajrer
Phone Main HL;t, lhanl River, Ore.
i yjitw for
A variety of good residence
ty at prices and terms to suit.
lioou tiuys for I.VH). I00. 170(1 tn
$1,000, 11.350, 1,3(I0, $1,400, flwi
i.iou, fi.ouu or any price you want.
Iwo-storv houae near hih school f,.
oiuy f i,ouu.
everal etxxl residences close to Imsi
nesa for sale cheao.
fine two-gtory residence wilh
ota, choice location, only $2,000.
ivew two-story house, six rooms bo
suiei pantry and bath, only $900.
Whole blocks and acreage projierty for
Finest resident lots in the city cheap
irom, ineltn ina
Larife list In .l.u.t
1 i ll . "viiit IIUTMIUII
(rood orchard land and farm proierty.
"iim null rorj IIB.
view for pub
supported by our
Shoes made on honor to
at $ 5.00, $4.00, and $3.50.
FRANK A. CRAM, Hood River, Oregon
Have in tlit'ir NVw
Harness simp n
largv line, of
Whips, Tents, Axel
Greace and Harness Oil
W. B. STROWBRIDGE
. SIGN WRITER
Paper Hanging and Tinting a Specialty
tor Sale One of the best 20-acre tracts of
apple land In Hood River valley. t' on or
address V. Wlnchell, Hood Itlver, Ore
Ktr Hale Pine wood, l Inch and 4 foot
i iiKi.ii'.. 1 1 hi-, 96.iv per ooru lor ih men and
S '.'; per cord lor 4-foot, on the ground t niy
For Hale KlKht acres of land, i miles from
Hood Kiver on Belmont rosd ; 5 acres In
strawberries, 86 fruit trees, part full beurliiK
and part one year; balance In clover, potatoes
and vcuetiibles, blackberries, red raspberries
and blackcaps on place. Three room house,
packlmr house llixal, ham 14x1(1 and other
buildings. (Jail at place for further particu
lars, jaitf L. J. Mulklns.
Wanted Small fruit ranch to work on shares
for the season of 1B07. Can give Iwst of refer
ences and am used to work. Address E. L. P.,
care Glacier office. 0l8n I ;
Wanted Traveler for established house. $12 per
week. Expenses advanced. References. Address
with stamp, Jos. A. Alender. Hood Kiver, Ore.
Wanted A relinquishment that can be develop
ed into fruitland. Address W. M. Wynne, care
Mt. Hood Hotel. Hood River. . ol8nl5
'V anted At the telephone offloe, tw young
ladles for operators.
...I r,Mip-nu wrier pups rrom my pi
winner that Look (tret urban p.,riia,(.I,
The pups are pure blood, very nicely marked
black and tun heads and esrs, white bodies.
r.nijuiioiiiii muse a winner ll put up for a
show. These dons ninke th,. heat ir ,v, ,,..,
Ions and rat dogs. Hockford More, liood
in ci , u.n. jj27
For Sale Two honsa. welkin rv.,.i vni
each; I one-horse spring wagon, carl and har-
r or Male ltd 1st. le fmnllv bav hnnt hmi.
to vork, rid or drive single or double Also
uixuroa inn iwujieaiea rig. will take cow,
hay. or farm wo k In eic.imnio a,
malt or in mornings at farm ou Hcrrett road.
Mrs. 1. H. Mercer.
Hulls lor Service I keen n hnll. u, ...
pla. for service. Any oue wishing theuse ol
same must nay at the tlmeaerviea ,m ,,i.,..h
Service, II. 1 also do dehorning at 2Sc im-i
liruuo raus North Belmont, as-novl.
For Sale-Have a firat-elua homestead for sale
cheap. If intereated biimwot i nnm
olll6 W. H. Dobvna. Ion. n
ForSale-A No. S Smith itutnn mill. i.o. inn
feet of ineh cable, one slip acrauar. one steel
harrow. Cheap if taken soon, rn .. ,
R. HcKamer place near Mount Hood P. O o lHnlS
Wanted to exchange a nice 8-room house
In Dallas, the county seat of Polk county, for
an apple orchard. Adilrewn with fun nuP,i..
ulars Ui (J. A Mct'aigar, Falling Building.
Wanted-Msn or men to take contract for
clearing land. Liberal pay. A. N. Kahm.
Wanted Immedlately-Msn to cut IS ricks
or 16 Inch wcKid and S cords of 4 loot wood.
Mrs, Adams, Paradise Farm. kT
Wanted-Wood bright boy to learn printer's
trade. fcnqinre at Glacier office.
Wanted.-A messenger boy at the W. stern
Union Telegraph otllce at the o. It. & N sta
tion. Apply to C.H.Hmlth, Mgr. oll.nl
'Wanted.-Team, harness and wsgon. Ad
dreaa P. O. Box Hi, Ml. Hwd. Ore. oil nl
Wanted. Kellahle man in i.l. u..un.. e
Oiegon Fire Relief Association for Hood kiver
and the Valley. Address Kd I iwt,... ,i
To"' A,I!, "'OTn Oregon Department,' Vit
. o ure. oll-nl
Wanted to Sell or Trune-T, in, i..i...
and 40x1(10, one six-room lionae mi, l t.,.r.m...
cjituige with fruit on place. Box SUM, Hood
Lost and Found
Lost. A dark hnv lwirtu nrui..).t t.mn j..
i , .Mini uwiiir ifciuirany n)-'i
Hdn lit-RvvhMtter. Any tnlorniHti. n w
For Sale Brown Spaniel, three
male. Address R. W. Caldw.ll. Mnnri
For Male The verv nniut nt ...
P'mui raised on clover wl of no. .n.. .
selling, la Urgeor small orders by Uulgnard
A Hooiger. Phone lso. !
For !Hat HcMe mui wu.m ti
Keiille. good worker und driver. Vlagon is 1
rse isrm wagon, giaxl as new at a bamsin
in going away. s. Johnaoi, h w u v .,
We would likt. for you to
come and examine our har
ness repair woik which is
quickly attended to.
For Hale. One mountain hueir
MiKK-y. i nri umtm siran iiHrnM. i n.a..'a u...i
le. 1 lady's saddle. SOumiii u..i. i . ., i. ..
,,.,, ,.c. u..u.,.r mi naruesa. Melt Bros
ouell, Oregon. Phone T3.
Kor sale chesp.-Seen'-eightbs Jersey bull
Sure service. . ery gentle. 11. Pregge. Hood
Kiver. 0i, Ml
For Hale. SO acres of limber land at the
mouth of Summit creek on o. K. N track
near Weyelb. For particulars write H
V oolaey. Waplnltla, Oregon. lc. .'(
t or Rent
. f?.r, 8l'TFor,f. " reB Hond R'ver s best
f. hit land, five tulles hoiu Utwo. I Vi per acre
A. H. Kahm.- kt.is '
For Rerit-A nicely furnished Jront nm with
board. Mrs. fcntrican. olnl.T
-f,Kr ?at; l"w.w ",,,ry of B rooms and bath
Hlower Add tion. Also 4 rooms furnished
iJind otttce. The Dalles, Ore., Oct 13 1-sjti
Notice Is hereby given that '
LOUIS C WKYOANDT
of Mt. Hood Oregon, ha ,.,... , , t.
intention Ui make tlnal flve.year ur r in
uPliorl of hit claim, v.r p r 1,1
NOV. IS, 18.M,
t lat said pi oof will be mad. K. r ;.:'l",fa.a
He oanies ihe foiinviin.. . .
hlamntlnn. r.:."' " ' prove
phT;i?' ,J','.bB Hnry Tomlinson. William
5. on.H "Sel' Uob,Jl Mood".
MICHAKL T. NOLAN,
?E'Si?tSZDtr 7765 mde N
. ,htW iN t' d E'.,N -4 ol
township 1, south range 10 fi.,