The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, February 23, 1911, Image 2

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1911
ARTHUR D. MOE, Publisher.
Subscription, 81.50 Per Year.
THE MAYOR'S VETO.
The controversy of the (appointment
of a city attorney has been the dis
turbing element in the city council ut
every meeting that body has held this
year. The majority of the council,
who favored the appointment of Judge
Derby, refuse to confirm the mayor's
nimointment of Attorney E. C. Smith
nnd submitted a contract with Judge
Derby. When the agreement came
before the mayor, he refused to sign
it, asserting that it was an illegnl pro
cedure. The reasons for their deter
mination to appoint Judge Derby are
certainly reasonable. The present
body, with the exception of one mem
ber, is composed of holdover members,
who have had the opportunity to see
the work that Judge Derby has done
toward straightening out the legal
affairs of the city and making it possi
ble for the council to accomplish some
thing. Judge Derby has proved highly
satisfactory in his official "apauty.
Hut it should not be interpreted from
this assertion that it is intimated that
K. C. Smith would not make an effi
cient officer. This is the point to re
member, the majority of the council
know how they stand when co-operating
with Judge Derby. From past ex
perience they are ready to enter under
takings for the city's needs without
the fear of being inundated with intri
cate legislation. They have a weigtity
argument. But what has been the
attitude of the mayor? Ho has blocked
the progress of the council's action at
every possible turn by an unfavorable
stand toward the Derby ordinance.
His sinceritj nnd persistency in up
holding the action of the minority muy
be admirable, if he has some benefit
for the city up his sleeve that the
ordinary citizen ha not been able to
discover.
The Derby ordinanco had its final
passage. At the next meeting of the
council lifter this important 'event,
Councilman Hrosius moved that the
ordinanco be reconsidered at the next
meeting. The motion was carried
Tlw muvnr had nrenared a veto, but
it was not filed till after this meeting.
At the next regular meeting of the
council, following up his plans to keep
the ordinance out of the way of the
mayor's veto, since it would have been
impossible to have passed it over his
head on account of the absence of
Councilman Arnold, Councilman Hro
sius moved that the ordinance be re
considered and placed in the hands of
the finance committee. The motion
was ruled out of order, tne mayor
asserting that the procedure was
illegal. Indeed, the procedure would
perhaps have been out of order, if the
veto had been filed before the motion
to reconsider was carried at the pie
ceding meeting. Leaving aside the
story of the parliamentary procedure
of the ordinance since the above date,
turn to an asertion made by the mayor
in defense of his action at the Monday
night meeting of the council. In
plain words he concedes that the ordi
nance will be successfully ultimately.
If the mayor had had hopes of winning
the tight, though his policies are at
present opposed by the majority of the
council, he might have been justified
in bis conduct. Hut when be realizes
that bo is fighting in vain, be would
show the proper spirit by bringing the
matter to a close as soon as possible by
capitulating or compromising.
HUBBARD I'LEASES
LARGE AUDIENCE
Elbert
lecture,
HtOFIT litOM CEI.EKY
The apple, the big red 'tSpitzenbuig
or the Yellow Newtown l'ippin, has
been justly granted the rank of royalty
among the Hood River Valley's prod
ucts. Indeed, it has become a deep
rooted opinion not only locally but also
abroad that fruit raising is the valley
sole resource. And it is true that it
must be granted that horticulture will
perhaps continue the foundation upon
which the fortunate tection must build
its future success just as it has done
in the past. However, it is gratifying
to know that there are oilier possi
bilities of marvelous proportions ready
for the industrious exploiter. Whil
celery culture has been conducted only
on tho very smallest scale it is sulli
cient, to show that a golden harvest
may be garnered from the fertile noil
aided by the unexcelled climatic con
ditions. As some one has tersely
stated the fact, a net profit of Jfll'.UO on
an acre of celery in the Hood River
Valley shows that all of its resources
are not up a tree.
Hubbard, who delivered his
The March of the Centuries,"
here Monday night at the Heilbronner
Hull, was greeted by a large audience
of appreciative admirers. 'I he Fra
arrived here from Portland, where he
spent last week filling an engagement
with the Orpheum circuit, Monday
noon on the Oregon-Washington
Limited. C. A. Mosely was host of an
informal luncheon given at the Mt.
Hood Hotel in honor of Mr. Hubbard,
at which were present J. E. Montgom
ery C. L. Wheeler, W. H. Walton, J.
D. Thomison and Ceo. M. Hyland, who
accompanied the guest of honor from
Portland. One of the features of the
menu of tho luncheon was the serving
of the Valley's famous apples. The
Fra was delighted. "They've got to
hand it to you," he said as he munched
a Spitzeuburg and emitted one of his
Fast Aurora, Roycroft smiles, "You
produce the goods." Although he has
been long interested in the Hood River
Valley this was his first visit here.
The life of the Valley's orchanlists to
a certain extent lit in with the philos
ophy of Mr. Hubbard; for, as he says,
they get a perfect product from their
work of tilling the soil aided by factors
of nature. While here he questioned
freely those with whom he came in
contact in order that lie might get a
better understanding of local condi
tions. In the afternoon Mr. Hubbard anil
Mr. Hyland were the guests of Capt.
C. P. McCan, who took them on a tour
of inspection throughout the Valley in
his automobile. They were very much
impressed by the scenic beauty of the
locality.
There is perhaps no living American
who can boast the versatility of
Elbert Hubbard. As author, manufac
turer and lecturer he has made a mark
ed success. His latest venture as a
vaudeville star has called forth a great
deal of critcism from some of his ad
mirers who say that, he is thereby less
ening the dignity of his place among
the world's great thinkers. Hut the
Chief Roycrot'tir, not one whit per-1
turbed by criticisms, continues to give
his twenty minute talks to patrons of
the Orpheum circuit. His first appear
ance on the vaudeville stage was more
in the way of a joke than otherwise,
lie wanted to try it for the experience
but tte number was so successful and
the Fra so well pleased with dispensing
his philosophy and humor to the large
audiences of 'the! theatre that he made
the engagement with the Orpheum
people.
Fra Klbertua was introduced here
MoikIhv nii'ht bv Attorney Ceo. Wilbur.
Ho began with ancient history nnd
showed the rise and fall of the world s
nations. As success came to those
who worked for it they grew careless
and ceased to strive with the vigor ot
the beginnng. And thus, he said, the
Centuries inarched and we have
nothing permanent but change. Many
are the great men, he stated, who have
met an unfortunate fate because or loo
much success. Alexander the Croat
conquered the world that he knew and
died weeping because there was no
more for bis armies to contend over.
Another example was Julius Caesar,
who as the Fra tersely puts it, died at
the age of lid of compulsory vaccination.
In cone udin ' his address Mr. Hubbard
gave expression to some of his theories
of the philosophy of life, lie said in
substance: "There will never be a
single city that will control tho destiny
of the world again. The world has
been conquered by man. With airships
and wireless apparatus he has even
made himself tile master of the uni
verse. What are we going to do about
it'.' The problem is one of economics,
the science of producing and distribut
ing wealth. We know where we are
going, for the preachers have told us
that. The problem is, that we are
here. So let us devote our etl'orts in
helping each other and demand as our
reward more work and harder work.
The man who quits work is the man
who has a hard time. Let our motto
1 have lived, I have sullered,
1 have worked, 1 have loved, and 1 am
better for it. The secret of life is to
make motion equal emotion."
We sure have some Splendid Bargains in
Wool Dress Goods
some we got in that
Nice new stock -Goldendale
stock.
When you want the best in Men's
Shirts Get the
"MANHATTAN"
no better or more satisfactory shirt on the
There is
market.
Buy a pair of AMERICAN LADY, or
AMERICAN GENTLEMAN Shoes or
Ovfnrds and receive one of those nice
Leather Card Cases. One with each pair
of these shoes.
Ladies' Muslin
Underwear
All high grade goods
nicely trimmed with fine
Val Lace, Torchon Lace
and Swiss Embroideries.
Corset Covers, 70c values, .
now 40c
Corset Covers, $2,50 values,
now $1.75
Corset Covers, $1.75 values,
now 1.25
Ladies' White Skirts, $2.25
values, now 1.65
Ladies' White Skirts, $5.00
values, no'w 4.00
Ladies' White Skirts, 75c values, now 5()c Ladies' Gowns, $2.00 values, now $1.50
Ladies' Drawers, $2.00 values, now "1.40 Ladies' Gowns, $1.75 values, now 98c
Ladies' Drawers, $1.50 values, now 98c
Shoes
Men's Dress and Work
Shoes, values up to $3.50,
your choice $1.98
Children's, Misses' and
Ladies' Shoesodds and
ends, the pair 75c
Ladies' and Misses' Shoes,
kid and calf skin, odds and
ends, the pair 98c
Shoes for Ladies and
Misses, patent leather, kid
and gun metal calf, values
up to $3.50, S, $1.59
Ladies' Shirt Waists
In lawn, linen and silk, a
fine lot of new styl ish waists
about all sizes, your choice
1-2 Price
McKibbin Furs, Scarfs and Sets,
A nice assortment to choose from
One-Half Price
Ladies' Hose Supporters,
20c values, to close them out, your
choice 5c
Ladies' StocR and Laun
dered Collars, slightly soiled,
10c to 20c values, your choice 5c
Ladies' Soft StocK Col
lars, turn over collars ami Dutch
collars and with jaliots of fine lace
and linen and medallions; 2"c to 50c
values, your choice lOc
Cluett and Monarch Shirts,
for men. $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 values,
your choice 98c
Boys 2-Piecc Suits,
with straight hottom pants, values
up to $5.00, your choice $1.5 O
l THE PARIS FAIR The store that saves you money
hough on tho Pianos.
Om t' In i.tii; company of President
Diaz I spent a few nights la the Mex
ican earthquake zone us the guest of
the governor of the state. As a meas
ure of prec iiiillim tho plaster ceilings
of our sleeping rooms had been re
placed with h( rips of matched board
ing. "If a trembler should come In tbo
night, sciior," remarked my host as he
was bidding me good night, "wait for
nothing, bill niiike straight for the pa
tio. I think these boards will hold un
til you get from under cover." And
that evening, when 1 took tho gover
nor's wife out to dinner, she had re
marked sadly: "We are so benighted
here In the hot lands. It Is Impossible
even to have imislc, fur no sooner do
have my grand piano tuned than an
earthquake comes along and tins It
over. K. Alexander rowen, I', it. u.
8., In Everybody's.
WISHBONES.
of
On Their Shane Depend the Force
Birds' Wing Strokes.
Scientists cull the "wishbone" the
fuivulii, and II Is the union of what
are In man two collar bones. These
receive the brunt of tlio strokes of the
wing that turn the creature In its
flight.
Pew of us appreciate the strength
of the stroke of the bird's wing. A
swan 1ms been known to break a
man's leg by a blow of lis wing, nnd
In like manner the wing beatings t
tho larger birds are dangerous If they
strike the human bend or face. If,
therefore, u large bird is lu the habit
of making sudden turns to right or
left In its lllght It must be fitted with
a "wishbone" capable of withstanding
the great strain of the wing stroke on
the one side when uniu'coinpnulod by
action on the other.
Tor this reason we llud In the eagle
and birds of Its class that turn quickly
a furcula that Is a perfect ltoman
arch, widely ut variance with tho
Gothic nrch, which is the shape of the
"wishbone" of our common fowls. The
eagle's furcula is everywhere equally
strong and lacks those points of weak
ness that uiaka our sport of breaking
the "whiulKnc" possible. Uaruera
A SKILLFUL SHOT.
Tho Way to Bring Down an Overhear1
Incoming Oird.
One of the eardinal rules of the old
time shooling sil I mill limed tin
gunner nnulust ever in lug to slop an
overhead In. ,. mini; lilid, bill lo wait
until It bud passed by and In the rear
and I lieu lake chaiii i's on ulia! is un
doubtedly the harder sliol of Ihe two.
II Is siimrlsluglv how dillbull II Is
for some sportsmen lo Mlreev-t'ii
score on their Incoming birds. Many
Who ran seemingly eope Willi game lu
any other mode of tlUdil will habitual-
Iv balk at this shot and acknowledge
their inaliillly lo make II.
Yet once its principle is understood
nod the less, hi learned the dropping
of an overhead incomer Is as easy as
anything can well be. The ndss Is al
ways made by the sportsman shoot
lug under and behind the bird, and
there is luil one way In which ttie er
for Is lo be avoided.
To make the shot the gunner should
wall until the bird Is about to puss
ovi r blm, then, bringing up Ids gun
follow In fioni behind, cover the bird
and swing in ahead ot It and, main
taining the same rate of speed, press
Ihe trigger the Inslant Ihe bird Is hid
den behind the barrels. I in not sto
the swing of tho gun and be sure th
bird shall have disappeared from
sluht. If the shooter will observe till
rule he will be surprised bow easily
and Invariably lie will kill Ids bird,
ltccreatlon.
Origin of the Opera.
The opera, like nearly everything
else Inleresiing In the world of mind,
had Its origin lu ancient Atheus. The
earliest librettos were by Sophocles
and Aeschylus, such as the "Abamem-
non" and "Antigone," a band of flutes
and lyres constituting the orchestra,
tho dialogues being musically declaim
ed and the choruses sung to the best
in usle of the time. Thus do we have
the germ of nil later developments In
the lino of opera.- Exchange.
Enforcing tho Rule.
The passenger with the huge square
package persisted lu riding on the rear
platform of the car.
What have you got there r de
manded the conductor.
It's a painting of Mount Vesuvius
If you think you have to know," said
the passenger.
"Well, you'll have to take It to Ihe
front platform," said the conductor.
No smoking Is allowed buck here."
Chicago Tribune.
Patronizing.
"That man Pufferlon has n very su
percilious manner."
"Yes," replied Miss Cayenne. "He
can't even say 'It's a pleasant day'
without seeming to patronize the cli
mate." Washington Star.
Just a Bluff.
"How Is It that the qunll on your
bill of fare Is always struck off?"
"That's just a fancy touch," explain
ed the hennery waiter. "We never
had n qunll In the Jolnt."-Phlladel-phla
nulletln.
Exchange of Courtesies,
".Mortiln', ltlggs."
"Mornln', llrlggs."
'T hope you're enjoying good health."
"You don't suppose I could enjoy
poor health, do your
"You could If yoii wero a new doc
ir hi a strange coiiiinuulty. Mornln'."
"Mornln'." Chicago Tribune.
Ringing For Gofer.
Among the queer church customs In
England Is the one observed at New
ark parish cliurch, called 'ringing for
gofer." This custom, which bus lasted
for over ;ioo years, arose through a
wealthy merchant named (Infer losing
himself one October night III the forest
that then surrounded Newark. He
cariicd much money, and Ihe forest
was Infested with thieves. Suddenly
he heard Ihe sound of Newark bells
and was guided safely home by their
music. To commemorate bis escape
tlofer left a goodly sum for Newark
bell ringers on condition that they
"rang for Onfer'' v" hi- on Sun
diiv nU'hln In October ri'id November.
Physicians
Find our prescrip
tion department of
great assistance to
them
Experience
has taught them the
dependable quality
of our drugs and
chemicals and the
ACCURACY
and
RELIABILIUY
of our service.
Bring all your pre
scriptions to us.
Jonn O'Groat's House.
John O'Groat's house was formerly
situated on Duncanshy head, the most
northerly point of Great Britain. It
took Its name from John of Groat, or
Groot, and his brothers, who came, it
is said, from Holland about 1489. The
expression so often heard, "From John
O'Groat's to Land's End," means the
whole length of Great Britain from
north to south, like the other ex
pression, "From Dan to Beersheba,"
meaning the entire length of Palestine.
The Important Question.
"What was the matter with that cus
tomer?" asked the proprietor of the
swell restaurant.
"When he was through his dinner,"
explained the waiter excitedly, "he
asked for his check, and when I gave
It to him ho Just simply went crazy."
"But did he pay as he went?"
Catholic Standard and Times.
A house and lot on State street.
east of Ninth street, for $1,500. Terms
one-half cash. G. Y. Edwards & Co.
All tho Difference.
"I understand that the smart set 18
snubbing the Do Bucks because they
have it skeleton In thvlr closet."
"Not at all. The snub Is because they
didn't keep It there." Cleveland Leader.
OAKDALE GREENHOUSE
Hoses 2 years old from 3t)c to 75c; if:i.r0 to 5. 00 per dozen. We have many
of the newest ones. Shrubs and vines of all kinds. A splendid lot of Mountain
Ash, Catalpa and Poplar, (I to 10 ft. high. A few specimens Catalpa, Hardy
I'ernnials of nil kinds, a tine lot of I'iones We have plenty of Aster, Pansy, Ger
aniums, Salvia. Cosmos. snapdragon, .MistuHium, i.oieiiu, and an kiiuis oi
greenhouse pot plants. Choice cut (lowers on hand at all times. Floral designs
specialty. Our prices are reasonable. Pot plants at the Franz Hardware store.
Phone 1972 M Fletcher (EL Fletcher R. I, Hood River
The defects of the mind, like those of
tbo face, grow worse as n grow old.
KochefoucRuld.
Wanted - Sales girls for Saturday, at the;
10, lfc store, full Friday. mill
Wunted-by a young married couple lust
arrived from the east, permanent position ou
fruit ranch. Phone 1IWK, or write li. cure
A. I. Mason. Hood Klver, Ore. iiiHi
- Both Affected.
"Whenever she eels to thinking how
much they're In debt it nlTivts her
nerves."
"Huh: The way It affects her hus
band Is singular."
"How sluuularV"
"Just singular; II affects Ids 'nerve.'
lie died lo borrow a hundred from me
today." Catholic Standard and Times.
The Language of Love.
"Has he proposed yet':"
"Not lu so many words."
"Thai's m answer. Proposals never
do come In words. They Consist of
sighs, 'hem. haws and curdles."
Cleveland Leader.
His Wifo's Mother, of Course,
Mabel If your grandma has lost all
her teeth, how does she ent? Willie
I heard pa say she had a biting
tomiue. - Boston Transcript.
Carl A. Plath
Pharmacist
HOOD RIVER. - OREGON
it I akes a mi
of tho imagination to
swallow some of tho
claims made for some
groceries. Such wonder
ful bargains, such super
lative qualities. We
dont deal in fiction. Qual
ity counts, and that's
whore we shine.
Armour's Simon Pure Leaf
Lard
Is tli only lOO Pr cent pure
leaf lord made. It coats very lit
tle more and is worth ever bo
much more.
THE STAR GROCERY
Good Things to Cat
PERIGO a SON
ATTENTION!
Important to You !
The finest opportunity for non-irri
Kated orchard tract investment, today,
lies in the White Salmon Valley; it's
ureal future is assured.
Note a few listings. We huve many
more just as attractive, on most rea
sonable terms.
80 acres; 'J'j miles from Husum; 800
feet elevation; southwest slope and lays
line; Rood subdividing; tract; view of
Mount Adams and Mount Hood; tract
ioininu, sold in 1010 for $S0 per acre.
This can be had for Sfol) per acre on easy
terms.
1-' acres ; 8 acres under cultivation and
set to commercial orchard oi uest van
tics; all under fence; Rood floOO house;
L'ood barn : about It acres in strawberries.
Can be had now for f 10,000; l.r00 caeh
and balance on easy terms. Will pay
for itself in three years.
-0 acres ; all slashed and easily put un
dej cultivation; l'i miles from White
Salmon; south slope and very early
berrv tract; ideal tract for Spitz and
New'tow ns. Price $ilXK; I3OO0 cash and
bulrnce easy terms.
40 acres; 1M acres cleared; 20 set in 2
year old commercial orchard balance
brush ami second growth; this is a
splendid proposition (or tho price asked,
JS'.HH); easy terms.
Meet us at our bungalow office, in
White Salmon. Wash.
Consolidated Realty to.
Electrical
Goods
Our stock of electrical
goods is so diversified that
it is difficult to specify or
itemize it. However,
We can supply
Your needs
For any purpose, and can
fill orders for exceptional
mechanisms in less time
than you can. Our appli
ances are made to produce
and supply
Light and
Power
And thev do this at the
lowest possible price
DEAN &
SHAW
Phone 3
Res. Phone 272H
Yes
I have over 1000 beautiful pat
terns to select from for Ladies'
and Gents' suitings. It is a pleasure to
show them. J. C. ThoVnas, Ladies' and
Uents Tailoring.
Two cents a day fifty cents a month.
SJocom s Book and Art Store.
SINGER "SEWING MACHINE "CO
New Hood River salesroom opposite
First National Bank. Machines sold
rented, exchanged, repaired. Needles
and supplies. . tf.
Glacier Ownership Maps.
Up to date blue print, present owner
ship maps of thp Hood River valley are
for sale at the Glacier ollice. This map
is in two sections, the lower and the
upper valley. It has the roads and
streams marked and thu names of land
owners written over their tracts. The
price of the map complete is f 1. It will
be sent to any add rets postpaid upon
receipt of the price,
Two cents a day fifty cents a month.
Slocom's Book and Art Store.
If your shoes have gone wrong take
them to Johnsen.
WANTED
FOR SALE
For sale Nearly new lllrds 1 3 1.4 half truck
whkoii wllh bolster sprliiK bed auU xprlnir
set oi new clump nourus ami
Wanted Sales girls for Saturday at
the 5, 10, I5c store. Call Iriday.
Wanted Sales girls for Saturday, at
the o. 10, loc store. Call Friday.
Wanted Man to take contract to clear land
several RiiuUl tracts from 1 to ft acres each to
let. l'tioneW71j. W. M. Knllock. mill
Wanted Mini and wife for orclmrrt work.
ranch $$ miles from town; meady position lor
rllit party, must furiilsli references. A us.
wer DicKersou reca, iii icier. i-j
Seven good working Urei-k lioya want work
clearing land. Phone :lilsl. or udiliess post-
otllce Uox ISO. 7. lino
Wanted Position as housekeeper on ranch
for one or more Kenlleinen tiy a widow 34 with
one little hoy. Also brother wants work us
arm nana, wouni niie u oe Kleiner, or eiose.
Address Mrs. M. A. ( lark, Hood Elver, Ore ,
or cull ut Kanioua Hotel. mill
Wanted To buy imod cow. Must be (food
milker and irentle. Harvey Jones, Hood
Klver, Ore. ni
rack for haiiliuu
wood. Cost 8I&Y00. Will be
IK '
sold for 870 Ik) This Is a sunn and will soon
be taken up. K. Brayford, phone 1K3X, or
call any day alter dinner, excepting Huudays.
in It;
For sale Mutch team dark biown mures,
ai;ed (i and ID years. Weight, UQOench; with a
new net of work harness: these are absolutely
true, gentle workers and good drivers; will be
sold at half their value. $S15.ti'J It tuken In A
days, l'houe 1
, The Kockford Store, mlii
Kor Bale 1000 delicious apple trees, 3 to 4
and 4 to 5 reel. Prices most reasonable. Phone
ai7b. W. M. Kollock. mil)
Wanted Permanent position by single
num. Have liuil experience in pruning,
team lug and general orchard work. Desire
board. Address A., care or uiacier. ma
Strawberry grower wanted Owner of 13
acres young orchard in Hood River wants
reliable iiiu.ii with rcierencesanu some money
to raise strawberries on lliares. Address R.
J. MacDuft'ee, No. l().'i lieliiiont Ml ., Portland,
Oregon. f3
"Wunted-Spun of ainull horses, must be
gentle, all around ana rename, uppiy J. i..
Illouut, rjul'2lh St. nil!
Situation wante On ranch or around priv
ate place; steady place preferred; year round
gardening, Iruit, nerries, K)uury, eic.; souer,
steady. tMUio per inoniu, iuruisneu room,
board, washing, .etc. John Shepard, Hood
River, Oregon. ' (IS
Kor sale or trade-A steam donkey grubbing
engine, i drums; SOU feet Inch plow steel
wire rope; ItiOO feet Isicii plow sleel wire
rope; 4 trip blocks; 3 heavy block chokers. All
In good order. I'an be seen at work during
the next two weeks. Kor further Information
address K. M. IJullil), Washougul, Wash. liiS
Kor sale One grey horse S years old, good
dratt horse, wIM work anywherf. weight
about WKi. Alex llukarl, phone lSl'iM. ni'J
Kor sule-Koan team, weight about ffiOO,
sound and reliable. Also wagon and rack,
price reasonable. Phone 2U1K. E. I.. Me
( lulu, lioule 1.
Kor sale A tine all round team, 7 year old,
weight -MI0 pounds; reason lor selling, the
sale of Kggurmont orchard. Apply phone
:'1I2X. Thos. K. Avery. in 6
Kor sale Heverul light teams; 3 hacks, sec
ond hand; 3 wagons, second hand. Tail
Transfer Co. m 16
KOR8ALK CHKAP-Apraotlcally new No. 3
Hwansou Urubber, wllh 1311 feet ?-8 luoh cable,
power pulley, and stump hook, all complete,
ft. A., P. O. Box '212, Mosfer, Or. T23
For sale Universal Bteel range. In first class
order; will exchange for cow or sell for cash.
C, B. Moiton, K. No. 3, Bjx 34; phone 3M2M. f!3
av
IllnricliH, phone 3S2L,
aioj wheat.
Ralph
m
Wanted An experienced fruit man with
family to care for an orchard and berries
Write to lock box244, WhileHaimoa, Wash, fit!
Wanted Two lady solicitors, good pay. In.
qnlre Mr. bee, Hotel Oregon. vt23
Wanted Two Kault less or other good make
of horse stump pullers to rent fur about two
months. Call A C Italian), Hotel Oregon, TSi
Try Trojan powder. Von can use It without
fear ot headache. Phone 1U62X. John Raney,
Agt. ti
FOR HAI.K House and lot at 710 Twelfth
Street, lad fillxlaii wllh 20 alley; pleuty or
shade and on right side of street; house six
rooms and bath, large living room, open stair,
large fireplace, beam celling and paneled,
hot water heating system. Will be done
about March 1st Kor further Information
enquire oft'. H, lielti, on promises.
Kor Hale Oat straw and hay. Easterly &
Kays. Phone ISl-lx in.lt)
Kor Sule Timothy buy
man rregge.
H AY A N Uo ATS "lYnlue, Kelly
'phone 1U12L.
Phone Wi L. Her
M6
Bros-
tr
Wanted Married man desires work by
mouth on ranch Phone 1ST3X fi3
llargain In Land Twenty acres near Sum
mil Stallon, five aores nearly cleared, small
house and barn, good spring and creek, wllh
five or six Inches or water, (lood drainage,
fine red shot soil, no waste land, no side hill,
no rcH'ks, no clay, no haidpau, deep soil.
Worth S. per acre; will olli r for a short time
for S5,um. E. C. Muhauey, 1207 Eugene Street,
Hood Klver, Oregon. Terms, hair down bat
nice any time. lOld
FOR RENT
For Kent Peslrable offices In the new
Heilbronner lluliding. These are theliest
appointed offices In the city. (Jet a com
lortable office and watch your business
grow. mS J. 11. HEILBRONNER, Owner.
Kor rent Furnished room, gentleman pre
rerred. 1ST Sherman Ave., first above post
office. Phone or call lu morning at 2U1L. inlti
Kor rent Knrnlshed room.
"2.1 Oak St., Phone lutiX.
I-arty preferred,
ma
House to rent Cot tage on lx-na street;
block from school f!5 u month. m2
Kor rent or sal? Two fonr room cottages,
pantry, closet and free water. Also have mi
nlslied rooms from tlO per month up. Apply
Mrs H. K. Frederick. Phone ML. 123
Kor Rent Housekeeping rooms at the
mona, corner Oak and Kourth streets.
Ra-
r-ni
Kor Kent Office room, first or second floor,
fireproof vault. Enquire al Klrst National
bauK, f-pl
Have you ever used Trojan Powder? Try
It. No freezing and no headaches. Phone
lwyX. John Kaney, Agt. imi
Snaps
Three of them in tow n prop-
r.asy terms. See
Edwards it Co., Agts.
Kor Sale-Alfalfa and wheat hay; delivered.
S. J . Krauk, K. F. 1). No. 3. dltf
Kor Sale. Apperson Jack Rabbit. Th finest
al roundJorty horse power automobile In the
country. It is specially built for hill climb
ing. Will sell cheap. H interested call A. c.
Hal lain, Oregon Hotel.
Kor sale-Bay horse, 0 years old, weight
MO pounds, perfectly sound aud excellent
worker, either alngle or double. He Is of kind
aud gentle disposition and not afraid of auto
mobiles, part cask and the balance ou time.
Apply The Kockford store, pl.oue 183X. ntf
Trojan Powder is the best, It will not freeze.
A tresli supply has Just been received. Pnoue
W2X. John Raney, Agt. rat
For sale Bay horse, five years old; gentle;
will work either double or
2162M.
single.
Phone
ni2
MISCELLANEOUS
Jersey Bull for service J2.00 and
cash. Frankton District. Phone 2UX.
strictly
Apris
Teaming done Am ready to haul wood,
hay, grain, etc. Apply If. J. Banham. Phon e
1S32X after 7 p. m. m9
Pine Grove (Irange No. 306 meets the first
and third-Saturday of each mouth at 8 p. m.
Found Indian bead pnrse, Monday after
noon, in front of Butler Batik. Owner may
have same by calling al Uiacier office and
paying for this ad, mill
Iist-Cyinbal to bass drum
road to Pine tlrove hall
call up 2.181,.
In town or on
Kinder will please
111I6
Lost-I,ast Friday night, between Hlocom's
store and 70ti cascade Ave., a gold earring a t
with coral. Finder pleaae return to Glacier
office er Mrs. Robert Curler, 706 Cascade Ave.
f23
Pianos tuned and repaired by Paul Hub
bard. Phone Oregon hotel. All tuning and
repairing guaranteed. Prices right. m
Bee keepers and orcbadlsts If you are In
tel estcd in bees or need supplies it will pay
you to call and talk over the subject with me.
Will give yon bargains In early orders. W.
W. Dakln, 1205 7th St., Hood River, Ore. mt
Found A pnrse with coin. Owner can have
same by proving property aud paying for ad.
Apply Morleu store. in 14