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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1906)
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LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
'The best values
are offered at
Ladles' Fleeced Union h n
Suits. Extra values 3UC
Children's - - - - 33c
Come andlook over
our splendid 'assort
ments while -stock
is complete :
WE . SAVE . YOU . MONEY
THAT NOW W ARE ATTUZ
SPIN. WC rtADEm'NGS SpjV ,
etrORC. AhTO THE ttlU-S A&DE
THINGS SpN WHERE ALLOFO&R.
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I-SN'T IT A PLE4 JlRE FOR YOU to BUY FROM
THE .STORE APT HE TOP. tOU CAN THEN FEEL
YOU HAVE DONE THE BE.5T. PHE .STORE AT
THE TOP WAS MANY ADVANTAGES OVER THE
STORE AT THE BOTTOM. FIRST; THEY HAVE
THE gICK OF THE WAR.KET. THE BEST MAK
ERS OF GARMENTS AND MATERIALS WANT
THEIR GOODBS IN STORES OF THE BEST SEL
LERS OF 6oDS. SECOND, PRICE. THE STORE
gATTIfE TOP HAS GOOD "CREDIT;" BECAUSE IT
CAN BUY FOR CASH. DID YoUEVER KNOW
any one wiio Borrowed money? you know
WHAT INTEREST IS THEN. YoU DON'T HAVE
TO PAY A HIGHER PRICE INTEREST WHEN
YOU DEAL WITH US; BECAUSE WE BUY FOR
CASH, PAYING $0 INTEREST, BUT GETTING
LARGE DISCOUNTS. AGftlN, BECAUSE FOR
, CLOAKS,0 JACKETS, PURS, SUITS, CLOTHES,
UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, LACES FOR EVERY
THING TOU WSAR AND NEED IN YOUR HOME
WE ARE AT THE TOP.
FRANK A. CRAM
We are anxious to give Satisfaction
THE . BEST . BRANDS
are always- ready
for the instant de
mand of the .man
who must work
rain or .shine : : :
Napa . Tan . Shoes
JbTR MEN AND BOYS
THE WORLD S BEST
THE "CJ-TO-nD--TE STOKD
,11,, miiiiiriinnn.iliimiiini i in, .in
For the best goods depend on Us Q
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
(Jet a eouvnir badgee.
Fine corned beef at McGuire Bros.
Mr. Bartmess is on a cash basis.
Finishing for amateurs at Dei tz Stu
Houveuir loathei bugs for sale at
New Orleans Molasses in bulk and
cans at Jackson's.
;;.t mackerel, eastern white fish and
pickled salmon at Jackson's.
Maple Syrup and New York State
Buck Wheat at Jackson's.
Olives in bulk, bottles and cans at
It is to your interest to refer to M.
Bartmess' ad under the new system.
The Dietz Htudio for photos.
Our work guaranteed. Deitz Studio.
See our picture display of over 50 dif
ferent views and scenes given free with
every $5.(10 purchase at the lluggins
McGuire Bros, make country deliver
ies J uesdays and lliursdays and get
fresh eggs direct from the ranches.
Orders for the country telephoned the
day before will be dclived, if on route.
For sale by Emporium. Five farms
In one body, 320 acres, 5 improvements
cleared land with each, 7 miles from
White Hahnen on Goldendale road,
plenty of water, $30 per acre. Can be
sold in separate tracts for 50 days only.
L. lluggins & Co. announce that with
every fS.OO cash purchase they will give
free a beautiful pioture, size 18x20, in
heavy two inch gilt frame.
Da v id Homer Sei.r.
Residents of flood River were
shocked to learn, last Friday evening,
tb.it D. H Sears, probably aa well
known as any mau in Hood River val
ley, had suddenly expired. When the
baud of death touched Mr. Sears be
was partaking of bis evening meal in
company with bis wife and grandson,
Clifford Porter, ind bis demise was
without warning and painless, in the
room at the time was L. Herman, a
near neighbor, wbo had stepped in on
bis way from the fair to have a few
words with bis friend, and it was he
wbo placed Hood River's most suc
cessful orcbardist on the coucb from
which there is no awakening.
The funeral took place at his late
residence at 1 :30 o'clock Monday af
ternoon, the; Rev. J. L. Hershner
ottiointing with Rev. W. C. Gilmore
assisting. During the services music
was tendered by a quarette consisting
nt Murray Kay, A. W. Ontbanli, J.
B. Nickelsen and A. Breober. The
pall bearers were Leslie Butler, D.
McDonald, Chat. Boll, Wm. Kennedy,
U. A. Newman and O. T Wado. A
delegation of Dauby Post No. 16,0. A.
I; , of which Mr. Sears was a member,
also took part in the services. The
funeral was very largely attended and
iuterment was at Idlewilde cemetery.
David Homer Sears was born at
Randolph, Portage county, Ohio, and
at the time of bis death was in bis
5!tth year having first seen the light
of day March 19th, 1848. Had be lived
one day more he would bave reached
the 37tb anniversary of bis mairiage.
He grew to manhood at Randolph
and at the outbreak of the civil war
eulisted as a private in Company D,
Gth Rogimeut ot Ohio Volunteer cav
alry,1 serving an eulistment but seven
teen days less than four years. On
Deoembei 10th. 1802. he was nromoted
to the position of sargeank, tbe duties
oi wmon omoe be tulnlled so well that
on Ju.'y 30, 1803, be was made a seo
ond lieutenant. In an engagement a
Barber's Crossroads July 30, 1865, be
was capiurea Dy tbe forces of tbe
Confederate army and was confined
as a prisoner in tbe notorious Libbey
prison for seven months, bis exper
iences there being of such a terilble
nature that be oould never be led to
talk of tbem. He was with Grants
army at the siege of Vioksbnrg and
participated in many of the memora
ble campaigns of that great general.
At tbe conclusion of hostilities Mr.
Sears returned to Randolph afterward
moving to Marion, Marion county,
Ohio, where he met and married Miss
Amanda Shook, his wife, wbo sur
vives him. Tbe event took nkkce on
October Kith, 1869 and tbe result of
the union was three children one of
whom died at Marlon at the age of 10
years and tbe other two are Mrs. J.
C. Porter and Mrs. Roy Brook, both
well known resident of Hood River.
Coming to Hood River in April,
1892, Mr. Sears purchased the ranch
cn wbicb be lived at tbe time of his
death, in October of that year. He
payed 5 an acre for it and through
many years of toil and struggle has
cleared and brought it to tbe blgb
state ot perfection foi wbicb it is not
ed far aud wide. Enterprising in spir
it and fearless in bis views on tbe
subject of apple culture he has made
many experiments that l.ave been of
incalculable value to oiobardists and
those engaged in tbe growing and
packing of apples. Quiet, unobtrusive
but firm in bis oonvictionga both the
oretically aud practically he has
aohieved a success that has caused bis
opinions to be respected and bis
methods have largely redouaded to
tbe credit of Hood Rver.
While not demonstrative In bis re
ligious views Mr. Sears was a member
of the Congregational church, a man
of sound moral principals kindly
heart, beloved by bis neighbors and a
public-spirited, Christian gentleman.
No orders will be delivered after
10.00 in tbe forenoon and 4.30 in Ibe
afternoon, ooinmencinf Monday. Sep
tember 17. MoGuiie Bros.
A. S. Bent
We will not buy any mora older Ap
ples until furthar notioe, as ve bave
all of our storage room filled up. W
will still continue to do custom work.
Barrels and fcegs of all sizes for sale.
Hood River Cider Mill.
I bave been informed tbat some
person ia pasturing bis cattle on my
place at Crappe" and tbat my young
orchard baa been considerably dam
aged in consequence. J will pay the
above mentioned sum for informal ion
leading to aireet anal oonviction of
tbe guilty party. U N. liloweis.
results fiom obronio constipation,
which is quickly cured by Dr. Kiag's
New Life Pills. . They remove all poi
sonous germs from tbe system and in
fuse new life uat vigor; oure sour
stomach, neausia, headache, dizziness
and colio, witbont griping or diaaom
fort. 25 oents. Guaranteed by Chas.
J. E. Rand returned from Portland
Friday. . .
Miss Grace Soule has been spend
ing several days at Tbe Dalles.
Clay Brook left Saturday for Cor
vallla where he will go to school.
Don't forget the band 'conoert in
front of the theatre Thursday even
ing, Oct. 18.
Mrs. Harry DeWitt, daughter of W.
J. Baker, was here from ber home at
loglis, during tbe fair.
H. C. Willis, editor of tbe Promot
er, of Pendleton, was one of the visit
or at tbe fruit fair.
Al Antlef, the world's greatest boop
roller and juggler at tbe Opera House,
Thursday evening, Oot. 18.
Au umbrella was left at tbe fruit
fa'r. Owner can bave same by paying
for thit ad. Call on C. D. Thompson.
Tamp Osborne, the baseball pitcher,
who has been away pitching ball in the
Utah State league, Is home for the
Tbe Ladies Aid society of the Con
gregational church will meet on Fri
day afternoon at tbe borne of Mrs.
George P. Craw ell.
Far Prattler, who baa been away
during tbe sumniei, has returned to
Uoud River and will engage in the
work df pack'ug apples.
Chas. Warner, cf Poitland, came up
for tbe fair and wHi here teveial days.
Geo. W. acinous, wb owns a ranch
in the valley, was also here.
A. J. Rogois, who has been living
at West Crapper foi some time, has
leuted his farm aud is working tit the
lumber mill of Newby & Kautz
O. A. Rinehart, now living atClats
kanie, Ore., but wbo was former1? a
resident of Hood River, has been here
for several days and is looking for a
plaoe to looate.
The subject at tbe Unitarian oburcb
next Sunday morning will be:
"Standing for a Cause"; for evening.
"God Coining Down to Men." Ail
are cordially invited.
Willie Chandler, Willie Baker
and Fied Bell came down from Port
land Friday, where they bave been
attending school, to visit the fruit
fair and. returned Sunday.
Mrs. Jones, sister of Mrs. Dumble,
came up from Portland Tuesday to
attend tbe funeral of Mr. Sears Sev
eral others whose names we did not
learn, were also bere from that plaoe.
"Ibe Royal Slave," one ot Gordon
k Btnuett's standard plays will be
given at tbe Opera House November
10th. The play is a good one and will
be given by a good company.
The subject for tbe morning seivice
at the M. E. oburcb at 11 o'olook, will
be "Heart Searobings," and tbat for
tbe evening service at 7 o'olook will
ba "Man's best Friend."
Rev. II. D. Cbambeff, of Portland,
will bold morning services ia St.
Mark's Episcopal church next Sunday
morning, Oot. 21. Sunday school will
also be held promptly at 10 o'clock.
H. C. Bengst, of York, Pa , brother,
in-law of Wm. Ness, came here to be
present at tbe fiuit fair and will visit
with relatives and friends until next
spring. Mr. Uengst may decide to lo
O. Lote Silver will present to tbe
fiubllo a repertoire of tbe latest popu
ar Naw Vark ballad successes with
beautiful illustrations taken from life
aud nature. At tbe Opera House
Tburtday evening, Oot. 18.
CET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
A Beautiful Dreffled Doll and Rubber
Thanksgiving Eve. We want them u
it. D ill and buagy on exhibition
Tired Dull Buugy, value 91j.OO, to be given away to some little girl
II t i try fir it. Come in and we will tell yon U about how you can get
t - - ir
Vases. Chrysanthemums will Silver Plaited knives and Children's 4tocKiei
oon lie in hlnom. We have spe- forks, tea and tadle tpoons, pickle ,.. ,. ,,v'i.
ml vases lor them. Kvery styie loik-, Im.t knives, coffee spoons, Mtunll tiuuu u.M
and chape. Little prices tal le nets , etc Good but not jja;,.
m- high priwd. y
.Salad Bowls. Most beauti- .... , - . "I Owliaag Vlann!. Good
fill hhapen and decorations. It mo1 w. P"1 grade, just what you want for
will be a pleasure fr yon t. see np Riaw, a;.pla and quince jelly. flip,lt'gowng
tl.cm 25cto2.50 A new lot of tin top je y glasee. ' So per yard.
- just in. Little prices 1hp
Cups and Saucers. The Hood lifarPtal. lUadies" Vsaatm weatr.
i7 KWtN Ton Th,r ire beanti7.- A" citf nd Silver gray fleece lined.
jllHt wnat on it pv nen yim va,.y vleWB, Come and see
see them Beto JSi.SO them for 5c 3c the garment
Mandolin and Guitar Lessons Free lhnr
ftaf ten weeks inttructioo witn every internment we sen. instrument, i ate, innracuon book ana music nacip.-.v
IJwith ten week's instruction as lo as S15.00. Higher priced instruments if you desire. Easy payment.W.
George Manuro, tbe lone Hottentot
at tfie Opara House . Thursday even
ing, Oct. 18.
H. C. Albee, who recently invested
in Hood River real estate, wus an in
terested spectator at the fair.
J. L. Bradford and Jim in in (.'row
ford, the two fiinfi Wbt evei, at the
Opera House Thursday evening, OA.
J. Wesley Ladd, accompanied by
his two sons, was here for a day or
two during the fair. Mr. Ladd takes
a great interest in JJood Kiver and is
usually bere whtn anything of inter
est takes place.
Mrs. Maria McGuire, who has been
upending several months witn one of
her sons in the Palouse country, has
returned to Hood Rivet. She came
in time for the fruit fair aud will re--'
ain for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. LaFrance, of
Portalaud, former residents of Hood
River, were bere during the fair. Mr.
LaFranoe was one of the early settlers
at Hood River and still owns property
Henry Blackmail, of lieppner, com
missioner frsm Oregon t the James
town exposition next year, was here
during the fair. Mr. Blackmail suid
the show was mngnifioient and au ed
ucation in fruit growing,
Dr. Hill, of the Hill Military acad
emy, aud Fred Bell, boh of C. A.
Bell, of this city, wbo is a stndeut at
tbe aoariemy, 'were guests here during
the fair. The doctor was very fliucb
pleased with tbe fair.
Prof. Cordelev. of.tba, Oreeon Asri-
oultural "college, and W. K. Newall,
president ot tho State iioriculural
society, were here S iturday and took
in tue fair, afterwards going to M osier
with A. P. Batebam for a visit to bis
The Ladies' Guild of St. Marks'
Episcopal church wilt hold its next
meeting at tbe home ot Mis. Boweu
next Wednesday afteruooa, at 2:.'I0.
Those interested in the sewing fur the
Deoetrber stile are asked to please at
tend Hood River Chanter, No. 25. Order
Eastern Star, will celebrate its thir
teenth anuiversary Tuesday evening,
October 2li, with their usual chicken
pie diunei at 6:30 p. m. All members
of the chapter and all vivitlug mem
bers in the valley are invited.
W. H. Th mas, of Sherman county,
wbo recently purchased a ranch near
bere will soon move to iiood River.
Mr. Thomas was bere this week visit
ing at the home of W. H. Peugh, of
whom be la an old friend and making
arrangements to bring his family
J. S. Booth has had printed a fine
set of Hood River souvenir postal
cards portraying scenes in and about
tbe city ami valley. They are not
only interesting in a desoiipiive way,
but are Mai woiks of art and have tbe
appearance of photogiavure work.
Dr. and Mrs. Brock, of l'he Dallea,
were cuests at tbe borne of Mr. and
Mrs. V. C. Brock during the fruit
fair. Tbe -doctor is a well known
pbyaioian in Portland and be and his
wife are old friends and acquaintanc
es of tbe Brooks.
A. J. Adams, father of Mrs. J. F,
Niobols, woo recently returned from
the Presbyterian synod at Newport,
has been at Hood River visiting bis
daughie- and son-in-law in company
withlhiwife. Mr. and Mrs. Adams
will be here several days before re
turning to their home.
Mrs. O. E. Seymour, who has been
making her home with Mrs. P. S.
Davidson, sr., for several months, re
turned tu her home at St. Johns
Wednesday. Mrs. Seymour formerly
lived at Hood River and naturally
takes an interest in tbe doings of the
Mra. Turner, of Cedar Rapids, la.,
and .Miss Zimmerman, of Dowa, la.,
wbo are making a tour of tbe Paciilc
coast, visited at the borne of Mr. and
Mra. A. i. Moe tbia week and also
went to White Simon where they weie
guests at tbe borne of Fi, Napper, who
is an old friend of the ladies.
Frank McFarland, well known at
Hood River, was bere daring the fair.
There is no greater admirer of Hood
River than Frank, who spent a num
ber of years if bis early life here, and
in company with John Divers made
many explorations of tbe Mount
Hood and Loat Lake country.
Charles Mosorve, wbo we successful
in getting the meeting of tbe State
Initiation association held at Grants
Pass next year, was a most interested
visitor at the Iruit fair. Grants Pass
will bold a fruit fair next year aud
Mr. Moantve says be got many valua
ble tips as to how to cod duo the fair
there while bere.
Mrs. M. K. Brittao. of The Dalles,,
was a visitor at the fruit fair. This
is Mrs. Brittan's first visit to Hood
Rirer in twelve years. She is the
lady wbo deeigned tbe badge for the
Lewis & Clark fair which wpre need
for Hood River day at the fuir Use
year au.l served as the pattern for the
ones wbicb were used bere tbia year
aud were in such great demand. -
Miss Watt, who is one of the edln-
riont nurses at the Cottage hospital,
weut to I'oniand Wednesday.
Mrs. Kate Roche, who uttomlod the
teacheeV institute at The I )nMca re
turned to ltood River Tuesday.
F Chaudlor, W. II. Avery, ( A.
Iloll anil R. Bragg were passengers
on the local for Portland Wednesday.
l!ev. W. H. Clinton cane to Hood
River Tuesday tii visit Kov. J. B.
Spigbt, who is very ill and not ex
pected to liv.
Mins Mayme Nichols ana) Mrs. J, K
Nirhols left Monday for a trip to
Roaolmrg, where they will visit foi
Mrs. D. 11. Hems and family,
through the columns of tho Glacier,
wish to thank the many friends who
so kindly assisted them and expressed
their sympathy during their recent
The receipts trom udmixHiotis to the
fair and from Mo entertainment given
by J. Adrian Epping were fl,08(i.
Added o this there will he a small
amount from the sale of the lumber
in the fruit fair building.
Mrs. Middletou and Mrs. Klein,
mother and sister ol Mis. C. li. I tone,
who have lieou visiting at tho Hone
place at Willow Flat tor several
weeks, after taking in the fruit fair,
returned to their homo in Portland.
S. II. lliilier, a resident of Trout
Lake, died there Saturday, Cctnbor
Ki, of typhoid fever. , aged HI years.
His fuueral was held Monday nt 2::i0
and the irfteruient took place at Trout
J. W. Streit, district train agndt of
the O. R. &, N., and John M. Scott,
assistant general paHsyngcr agent of
the O. R. & N., were at Hood River
duriiif! t ho fair. J. ike all other visit
ors they prajinuuued the exhibition
Geo. Kinsman, of Decatur, HI., who
is eonnarted with the Wabash rail
road, invested in 20 acres of Hood
Kiver orchard land Wednesday. TJie
land is situated in IS Beulali Land
district ami nelonged to J. M. John
son. The price paid was USD, 000, J.
H. lleilbionner & Co. made the sale,
J. li. Mason, father of A. I. Mason,
who is here from St. Louis, hiw heme,
to visit his son and came out miwe
especially to attend the fruit fair,
will remain at Hood Kiver until the
last uf the mouth before returning
home. This Is not Mr. Mason's Mrxt
trip to 11 ood Hivei as he was beie
several years ago. 0
P. M. Hall-Lewis, who hits been
handicapped foi mime time liy not
having the use of Iuh tiatiiht, having
found It necessary to send it aw.iy for
readjustment received it Wednesday
from Chicago. The transit was in
jured while Mr. Lewis was engaged in
some work for the Glacier Irrigating
Mr. and Mis. Roy Brock, who were
at Boise where Mr. Brock has beeu
buying apples and Mrs. Brock super
intending the packing, arrived it
Hood Kiver Saturday to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Sears. Mr. Brock re
turned to Boise Monday but Mrs.
Brook is still hero. Since lie has been
awRy Mr. Brock has purchased a good
many cars of apples, Ar) ot which he
got at Payette. The packing is being
done on the Wood farm near Boise,
Bryan Will liet iliiml Itlver Spit.
W. J. Bryan Will taste somo of Hood
River's best Spitzenhergs after nil.
The Hood Kiver democratic club hav
ing failed to get tho prize box of Spitz
for whioh they had been negotiating,
has given orders to Scars Sc. Borer to
pack a box foi them that will lie the
equal of the one to bi scut to Roose
velt. They are determined that noth
ing is too good for the man who they
hope will be tbe candidate for presi
dent at the next election and the box
will be shipped immediately.
Delightful Social K vent.
An autumn party given by six Oo
tolier girls, Monday evening at the
Odd Fellows' ball, was one uf the
most enjoyable eve nts oi tho season.
Water coloiud iotivatious in the shape
of miple leaves were issued to abrut
fifty people all of whom were present.
The aut'imu ideu was carried out in
the games, and decorations. Th
dining hall being a bower of red and
The evening was upent in games,
music aud ttie usual "hut colfee"
march. One interesting feature wax
progressive conversation. Each guest
waa given a program with six tiuiu
hers on it and after procuring a part
uer for each numbei discoursed three
minutes with each of them on the
subject indicated. Items of world in
terest such as "Grafts". "Next presi
dential election," "What would you
do if you had a million dollars, " and
"Tbe baby show at the fruit fair"
A dainty luncheon of fruit salad in
orange cup with chocolate and, wafers
was served and the guests departed at
a late bour having had tbe time of
their lives. Tbe hostesses were Miss
es Bradley, Banna, Edgington, Trei
ber, Bess Evaus and FfaM ison. Pa
tronesses: Misses Wiight, Orr, Hart
ley and da Evans.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
For this year's uVniand I have received the
bout lino of Tablets, 'Pencils, Inks, in fact
everything for School Use, ever brought into
1 lie city. It costs no more to please the
children with a Fancy Cover at
The Depot for School Books
TO FULLY ENJOY THE FRUIT FAIR
You need one of our Up-to-Date
, Hats. Our prices are especially
low, quality and style considered
S. 1). (larner having bought the J. T. HolmanGro
cery on the Heights, desires to call the attention of
his friends in the city and valley to the fact that
he will ha ve the store stocked with new goods, and
intends t o run a clean, neat little Family Grocery
Give us a Call Phone 1401
Mine, (jester Compliments tyr. Chap
man. Word comes from Bologna, Italy,
that Madam Etelka (ierster, one of
the most famous vocalists in Europe,
Is especially enthusiastic over Mrs.
Chapman's voice. "Mrs. Chapman's
voice has rich dramatic quality,"
saya Madam (Ierster, "and she is the
only pupil who has nothing loundo. "
Professor and Mrs. Chapman are
occupying a hue villa adjoining Mad
am (ieri-ter's castle in "ologua, Italy.
lbey will lie back to America some
time next spring. Forest (irove In
dex. It will bo remembered that Mr.
Chapman conducted a musical recital
here last winter in aid of a fund to
rehuiuild the portions of the school
building ut Finest (iiovo that were
destroyed by Hie and that Mas. Chap--urn
11 sang most delightfully during
tho recital. Mr. and Mrs. Clmpmau
aie Miss Gladys iiaitley's former
teachers and when they return to
America she will continue her studios
A "Fair" Week Nays llilllironner.
Tho real estato business was boom
ing last week ami lleilbrouner k Co.
say they had to turn some prospect
ive buyers away although they bad
their Portland stall helping them dur
ing the rush. A iew good sales were
coiiHiimaled however, and several
largo deals are still pending. They
think from now until the bad weather
sots in there will ha something doing
in Hood Kiver realty. They made the
following sales during the two last
days of the fait :
Mrs. John Lenz to E. J. Voung, !.3
acres, 15,onO Mr. Voung is a recent
arrival from Pennsylvania and will
make bis home in 1 1 ood Kiver.
Hart Bros, to (ieoigo Strong, 10
Madison Hurt to Strong Bros., 10
V. E. WrrreiiB to K. O. .Mayor, 20
acres, ,0U0. .
The lumber in the fruit fair build
ing will be sold at public auction next
Satuiday at'ternoon at It o'clock. The
sale will take pi ice in the building.
C. 1, Thompson Sec.
Mount Hood Railroad Co.
Daily to Mt. Hood and Valley Points
A. M. STATIONS
8:K leave Hood Kiver ...
H:M I'owerdule .
8:i Van Horn
, Arrive MM
Ht-IO p'ikes valley 4::T
S:fw, ' . , , 'HouHior , 4:l:
9:lo!'! '. IV InttilM 4:lo
11:15 Arrive ... Hi Leave 4:Ui
Huniluy's Southbound trul n will run one
hoar lute aliove schedule, leaving Hood Kiver
11:10 a. in. Iteturtilng regular Hchedule
CHAS. T. KAH1.Y. U. F. 4 P. A.
Portland Property to
Trade for Hood River
The manager of our Portland ollieo
will be bere during the Fruit Fair with
several good properties to trade for
Hood Kiver farms. Here is your
chance to move to I'ortl nd. Better
call and let him tell you about some
of the pretty Portland homes he has to
J. H. HEILBRONNER & CO., -
HOOD RIVER, ORE.
U. Lot-i Silver's Big New York Min
strels will be in our city on Thursday
evening, Oct. IS. This is an entire
white oompany, filling some open
time on theirjreturn East. Watch for
the big novelty feature street parade
and come out and hear the baftd con
cert iu front of tbe theatre at 7:.
Seats uu saiVat C. IS. Cfiirke'a drug
Bailee at Mount Hood.
A dance will be given at the Mt. 1
Hood ball at Mt. Hood, Ore., Batuf
day evening October '27th. Good
music will be furnished and order
maintained. Tickets tor the danoe
including supper, $1. Everybody