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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1911
ifDub Siurr (Slaricr
ARTHUR D. MOB, PubtUlw.
Subwriptlon, 11.50 Per Tear.
THE INJUNCTION PROCEEDINGS.
The order secured by J. F. Batchel
der through Judge Geo. I). Culberttion
requiring the officials of the city to
appear before Judge liradshaw and
show cause why an injunction should
not be granted againal the sale of the
$J0,0J water bond issue, on the
grounds that the city r-y re-advertise
the issue and secure a better price for
it, interposes an element of delay to
the city'a progess. Since the inexped
iency of Mr. Hatclitlder's advice sub
nutted in his recent communication
apieured clearly to the council, he
makes the attempt to enforce the ad
vice by legal measures.
An endeavor to secure a better bar
train for the bond issue would be an
experiment, with odds against success,
and furthermore the experiment, be
cause of the delay caused the city gov
ernment, will be decidedly expensive
The great weight of public sentiment
is clamoring for a more adequate water
system and street improvement. The
public opinion, a highly intelligent one,
has made as careful a ftndy of tne
problems of the city government as
Mr. llatchelder. His endeavors are
antagonistic to the great weight cf the
nentiment of the citizens of the city.
ORCHARDS OF THE EAST AM) WEST.
Through different mediums those
who by their very writings evidence a
lack of knowledge as to the successful,
that is, the moat successful methods,
elements and conditions of apple cul
ture, are making an appeal to the man
of the city, who heurs the "call back
to the soil," and the young man, seek
ing a location, where he may enter the
interesting industry of apple raising, to
return to the farms of the Middle West
and East. Eastern newspapers have
recently and repeately voice the ex
pression that the orchard of the East
with the care of that of the West will
give lU owner a quality of fruit equal
in every way.
However, the writers, who thus ex
press themselves, have overlooked a
few salient facts that point the fallacy
olheir statements. They do'nut seem
to know, or at least they are quiet on
the suhject, that the northwest alone
has the climatic conditions that enable
its'fruit to aell in all the markets over
its coniH'titor of the East. Undoubt
edly the eastern apple, when its grow
er uses methods of a nature as careful
as that used by the Hood River grower
may be made to approach a great deal
nearer the mark of perfection attained
by the Hood Kiver (apple. As long as
the climatic conitions remuin un
changed, it can never be just as good
as the Oregon product.
In a recent editorial the Uregonian
handles the subejet of the eastern ver
sus the western apple as follows:
"A corresHndent of thel'hiladelphia
Inquirer reports a degree of prospority
among apple growers in Pennsylvania,
that he commends to the careful con
sideration of young men who, dazzled
by tho profits of apple growing in Hood
Kiver Valley, are planning to come
hither and engage in the business. He
eites the fact that Pennsylvania apple
binds can 1)0 purchased for $100 an acre
against $1000 at Hood Kiver. It is
urged that careful selection of land and
varieties ami painsiaKing care in
spraying, cultivation, thinning, picking
uud marketing will produce apples that
are !not only better than bank stock.
but better than western atmles. with
the added advBntuge of being near the
market. This in homely phrase is
called making the 'buckle and tongue
"Without 'doubt, as stated by the
journal tnioU-d, there is a great deal of
laud in tliu East, either at present cul
tivated or restorahlo, that if devoted to
fruit growing scientifically, as Hood
Kiver and other orchard lands in the Pa
cific Northwest are treated. would vield
handsome profit to their owners. With
out relinquishing old-fushioned meth
ods, however, this would be impossible.
I he Pacific northwest is justly entitled
to the honor of the discovery, so to
speak, of scientific, commercial apple
growing. That hurticulturuliats in the
East may profit by this discovery is
noi umiKciy. inai is to say liy tol
lowing the methods that have made
Hood Hver apples famous in the mar
kets or the world hastern growers may
approach the profits in apple growing
that have caused them to marvel and
"Tho .writer in the Inquirer, how
ever, has fallen into the error common
in tne east of comparing the prices of
wornout farms or decrepit orchards
there with the prices of improved land
in Oregon. One thousand dollars an
acre is far below the value of orchards
in full bearing in the best part ofllood
Kiver Valley. It is also far higher
man mo prevailing price ol raw Ilood
Kiver land. For fllHHi per acre one no
doubt can huy land set out to trees
well along toward the bearing period
and in a tried and proven part of the
valley. These prices are fixed by the
known income producing capacity of
the land. Until the east demonstrates
its ability to duplicate the Hood Kiver
product there will be no virtue in com
parison of land prices, and when it
does Eastern orchard land will be as
valuable as Hood Kiver land.
"Proximity to market in the East
may also add a value to orchard lund
that it would not otherwise have. Hut
eastern enthusiasts should bear in
mind that proximity to an apple dis
tributing center where fruit is graded,
properly packed and a standard main
tained is aloo a favorable i dluence on
orchard returns and corrospondingly
on orchard values. The eastern far
mer will never be able to compete with
the Coast orchardist so long as he con
ceals the culls in the bottom of the
Vancouver propose to muzzle dogs
running loose. Here is opportunity
for the humane Society. How can a
muzzled canine bite a flea? Must he
submit to torture for otlicial whim?
Did none of these dic'ators ever
"have" fieas?-The Oreponian.
Robert R. Carter, who has been with
the Stewart Hardware Co. for the' past
year, has accepted a position in the
sales department of the Tip Top Auto
1 : ..,.-,
The Hood Kiver Sl.riners will have
as their guest today their chief. Im
perial Potentate J. F. Treat, of Fargo,
M li u.hri has liL-en making a tour of
the Pacific Northwest. Mr. Treat was
in Portland last week and was royally
entertained in the Koe City by the
ir embers of .! Kader. i he Imperial
l.,t..nti.la mill arrive here this after
noon at 1 :30 aboard the Bailey
(Jatzert. All members of the rin
ers of the valley and city will assem
1,1.. i, fr,.r,i f I'li.ih'u ilrnir store
.ma k,-liu-l uiul take automobiles f
tht- unit where thev will meet Mr
Treat and take him for a ride over the
The prominent Shriner will be the
.i,n.,.r in,..t i.f A C. I.ewin. an old
tim fru.ru! uihd is located on an Eas
Side ranch. In the evening he will he
the guest of honor at an informa
teception and banquet to be given ai
the Masonic hall.
Mr. Treat will leave here for Lewis
inn Idaho, and thence to Spokane,
where he will be the guest of other
ceremonials and receptions belore re
inrninir fi, his home In North Dakota.
Mr. Plath urges that all valley and
city Shriners be on hand promptly ai
order to ioin the auto
mobile party that will meet Mr. Treat.
lie sure.anu hrmgour lez.
HILL WILL EXlflT
AT COMMERCIAL CLUB
Edward Hill, brother of Thomas
Hill, the artist who painted the famous
picture. "Driving the Last Spike, a
canvas depicting the scene of climax
in the building of the great Union
Pacific railroad and connecting the
East and the West with lines lif steel,
is putting the finishing touches to a
painting ol Mount noou at sunrise.
The noted artist has spent the Summer
in the Hood Kiver Valley. He now
has his studio in the Elliot Building,
where he is working on the large can-
Wnr fiva or uiy applta ho lived in the
iTpper Valley on the hillside near the
home of Col. W. C. Tucker. Mr. Hill
arose every morning at an early hour
to see the sun come up over the east
ranges and (ouch with a golden glow
the wonderful peak. With the excep
tion of the snow capped part of the
mountain all of the picture is in shad
ow. All is worked out in finest detail.
Mr. Hill, who h"S also painted this
summer another scene of the Upper
Vallev. a smaller canvas, showing a
road among the firs on the way from
Parkdule to the l ava lleds. will ex
hibit his pictures in the early part of
October at the Commercial Club rooms.
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CwrrWIrt Hsrt SchsdaM Xaia
It Won't Cost You Anything to
Test the Value in One of These
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
You know the suits are guaranteed, and that
means perfect satisfaction with every detail.
If you're looking for a fall suit, look here.
You'll find our new English short roll lapel
model a very smart style. We'd like to see
how you look in one of them. Or, you might
prefer the Shape Maker or the Varsity all
11., S. & M. Suits $18.00 Up
Other Makes $5.00 and Up
We also have a full line of Overcoats for
men and boys. Let us show them to you.
In Boy's Suits we have one of the best se
lected stocks ever displayed in the city. We
also have some extra specials in this line if
you want a good school suit something they
can rough it in.
These frosty mornings are suggestive of warmer underwear and our
stock was never more complete than now in cotton fleeced or wool, in sep
arate garments or in union suits, for ladies gentlemen and children. Now
is the time to supply yourself while you can get what you want
Underwear for Children, 15c and up; for Ladies, 25c and up;
for Gentlemen, 39c a Garment and up.
A Few Special Bargains
Ilurson Hose for ladies; full seamless,
fast colors, sines 8J to 10. The pair..20c
Best grade Mason Jar Rubbers, either
white or red. Per dozen 8c
Pure silk four-in-hand Ties for men,
good full length and dandy ties for double
the price we are selling them for. Your
choice each 15c
A 25c bottle of Hydro Peroxide and a
25c jar of Hydro Peroxide Cream. The
two for the price of one 25 c
Pratt's Invisable Complexion Powder, a
regular 50c seller. To clise it out quickly,
the box, only 5c
A table full of the biggest kind of bar
gains in Men's Heavy Work Shoes in both
high and medium tops. I) n't miss this
From All Over the Store
Special Indies' and Misses' Shoes,
good values at from $2.00 to 4.00 a parr.
These are not old stylei but broken lots.
There are about all sizes in the lot but not
a full run of sizes in any one kind. Your
dhoice the pair $1.50
Boy's Negligee Shirts in stripes and fig
ured patterns, values up to f 1.00 each.
Your choice while they last 15c
Men's Linen Collars of the celebrated
Cluett make, a regular 25c seller, the name
and price branded on each collar. Our
special price 3 for 25c
Ladies' medium weight Union Suits,
light fleece, sizes 4, 6 and 6. Your choice
the suit 25c
No. 100 all pnre silk Ribbon, in all col
ors, worth 20c a yard, your choice the
yard , ltit
THE PARIS FAIR
The Store That Gives
You the Best Values
EXPERT GIVES TALK
ON RUBBER INDUSTRY
The meinbers'of the Merchant' Asuo
iation held their regular meetini? at
the rooms of the Commercial Club
I'uesday evening, when a discussion of
the credit system was the main topic.
It was decided to return to the old sys
tem, wherehy each member of the or
ganization reported his bad dehts to
the secretary of the association and
thus to sever connection with the West
ern Protective Association, in conjunc
tion with which the merchants have
been working for the past six months.
At the drawing for the five dollars at
the close of the meeting, the name of
the firm, Cuddeford & Howell, was the
last to be taken from tne hat. How
ever, no representative of this firm was
pie tent and the money continued in the
possession of the treasury.
A committee, composed or President
Knoch Brayford, .1. W. Perigo and I).
McDona'd, will emleivor to find other
qtiarteis fur the meetings of the organ-
zation. the charges, Slim per year.
of the Commerial Club are considered
more thun the association is able to
F. M. Tillisch, an expert of the
Goodrich Tire Co., delivered an illus
trated lecture, the title of which was,
"r roin free to Tire, before a large
audience last night at the lleilbronner
Hall. Mr. lillisch illustrated his in
teresting talk with about 4,000 feet of
tiluis and 40 Blides. He first took up in
his discussion a South American rubber
forest, showing on the large curtain
scenes depicting the natives bleeding
the trees, boiling the sap and taking
the product to market. , Highly inter
esting viewsjwere given of Para, the
largest rubber market in the world.
1 he speaker next tojk up the manu
facture of rubber into tires at the fac
tory. It showed the processes by
which it is compounded and woven.
At the end of the lecture films were
shown depicting scenes at the hundred
and two hundred mile automobile races
at Atlanta last year.
the Goodrich Tire Co, is placing
signs along the important highways in
America, hix crewa are at present at
work in different paits of the country.
One, at the present time engaged in
California, will erect signs in Oregon
Mr. lillisch was in Portland last
week, where he delivered his lecture at
the lleilig theatre.
Thn llitod I?ivii" I rrl iru t inn f, urtiiiih
furnishes water to the ranches of the
UAHt Htiltt nut mmtiliiul liu tho Kurmura'
Iri-iirHtion Ctl Iihh lot. thn contract for
.i: : .i:t .i. .. i . -i i..
uikh'"K me mien, aiiuosi lour nines in
l ... i ...i.:..u... i ii ..... i i
ii-uubu nun wiiii'iiwiii exieuu ine eanai
from the dead point creek to Green
Point and thus secure a greater Bource
oi supply. the contractors, the
Northwest Construction Co. will hasten
ihu ,..,mi,i.,ii., ii, ; fll i
.UN. ,V'in VWI1I I IVI1 HMD loll III
order that tho new ditch may be used
next season. About llHI men will be
put to work on the excavation.
Two contracts were let Saturday for
about seven Imiles of nine to be used
by the ditch company. The company
will use both wood and iron pipe on the
new work, each wherever it is most
.feasible. The wood pipe will be fur
nished, by the Portland Wood Pipe Co.,
. i - t i . I, i .i .
ox wnicn josepn a. wiiso.i is me local
ronreHentiitivi Hml tin inm niiu hu
the 'Columbia Kngineerii.r. Works, of
roriiami. J no cost oi me ikw pipe to
tie lam ny the company will total ap
Thp 1'Mbi! lnM uirlti unm Kiilitrlutiui.
... n . . ... " II . Vill II. If
last Thursday evening at the pleasint
home of Mr. and Mrs. l.athrnp. The
evening was spent in games and every
one enjoyed the whole evening and left
voting their host and hi is ! tho nwwt
charming of entertainers.
un Minday morning the Haraea and
rniiainea Classes met lor their study
niiriiul urtil nr fhiir ihiia if wuo .l.w.t.t...
to tnkp nn thu imt niiiren of utn.f.r
At the beginning of the new year they
shall take up a complete study of the
This evet ing the patronesses of the
society win ne entertained at the home
of Mrs. Iltitton. The nlunM un.l i.l.iuo
of the Fociety will lie discussed with
them. Let all the members try to be
present as we nope lo have a very
successful and enjoyable meeting.
Crockerji de Reding Move Location.
1 U 1 Ik ! . .
vrucner re ue ixeuing, wno make a
specialty of handling extra fancy Hood
Kiver Apples, have moved their quar
ters from Fourth street to the First
National Bank building on Third street.
They now occupy a part of the store
room with Pean & Shaw, where con
vienient otlice apartments have been
arranged. A part of the basement
will be used for storage purposes.
Miss Blanche Harbison, who recently
moved from here to Hillsboro, passed
through the city last Thursday after
noon on the way to The Dalles to at
tend the wedding of her friend. Miss
Florence Lake. Miss Harbison played
U 11! 1
me wrouing marcn.
C. K. Marshall was Pnrtlun.l fl
it or yesterday.
Shelves Collapse in Store.
When F. H. Morlan, of the firm of
Morlan & Lathrop, entered his store
Sunday morning he found that one of
the shelves m the store, laden with its
burden of Fall and Winter goods, had
collapsed during the night. Had the
shelving given way early in the day
time, it is probable clerks back of the
counter would have been seriously in
jured, as the great mans came down
and pushed the counter outward.
Workmen began work immediately
erecting new shelving and the muss of
dry goods was soon re-arranged.
Morse Will Move Quarters.
C. Ii. Morse, who recent.lv nnrehnHil
tne cigar;nii;ioiiacco ousmess or I'has.
Morse, whose store has hoon Imvilnii
on Second street in ' the building o:
.lack Morrison adjoining the Hole
Oregon, has purchased the Oak
theater building and will take poss
ession of the new ouarters nxl ivmhW
The'theater building will be remodeled
ny mr. Morse.
Remington fo. Establishes Agency.
The Kemington Typewriter Co.
through itH rttirrmonl!iliuo .lohn If
Robertson, who has been in the city
tlltS Week. Ill, PHtlllliullll U In. Mil
agency with J. W. Pifer & Co. The
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nemiugioii company recently made
record sale nf m)u-hii.iq tin th (.iu
One hundred visible typewriters of the
popular make were sold in one lot to
the Henke-Walker Business College
Unitarian Church Notes.
At tho Unitarian Church next Sun
dav Mr. McDonald will bpirin a j..ri...
of sermons on "The Life and Teachings
of Jesus." The subject of the first
sermon is "What Must I Do to Ue
Saved. This will include the contrast
between Docrtinal Salvation and Vital
Salvation. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all.
Will pay $10.00 in Cash to anyone hav
ing a No. 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 or 11 Reming
ton Standard Typewriter that I cannot
adjust to their entire satisfaction. This
includes the Remington Whal Adding
and Subtracting Typewriter also. John
R. Robertson, Expert Mechanician and
Special Representative of the Reming
ton Typewriter Company (Incorporated)
J. W. PIFER & COMPANY
"The Quick or the Dead"
created the biggest sensation ever caused by a novel
appearing in magazine form. " To this day there is an
increditable demand for the story. Its author, Amelie
Rives, now the Princess Troubetskoy, has written a
new novel which bids fair to overtop the reputation of
its famous predecessor. It is called "Hidden House"
and appears in the October Lippincott's.
Three good numbers October (containing the
new Amelie Hives' story) and the November
and December issues with each yearly sub
scription to begin with the January, PI12,
number. Send $2.50 today nnd get fifteen
numbers for the price of twelve.
Lippincott's Magazine Philadelphia
Note. After January 1st the yearly subscription price to
Lippincott's Magazine will lie advanced to $.t.00 a year. "
Mcfan Heads Springs fo.
A change in the officers of the Ilood
Kiver Mineral Springs Co., which re
cently purchased the K. R. Manning
property on the East Side, has just
been effected. Capt. C. P. McCan,
president and treasurer of the Tip Top
Auto Co., has become president of'the
company. Capt. Alt-Can says: "I have
gone into the details of this company
and after making certain changes,
wheh.have already been effected, I .do
not hesitate to extend my support and
co-operation for the best interests of
C. A. Hickle, whose ranch i.s'in the
Oak t.rove district on the c!;i Creen
Point road, Iwft at the Clacier otlice
yesterday a hex of excellent peaches.
Mr. Hickle has the heartiest thanks
from the Olacier for.-B f..r ,., r,.;t
which is of the Crawford variety. '
Elnn-r Isenberg, a son of the late M.
P. Isenbt rg, was married yesterday to
Miss Mima Merrill, of Toledo, Oregon.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Airs. Charles Merrill, formerly resi
dents of the Pelmont district of this
c unty. Mr. and Mrs. Isenberg will
return here to make their home. Miss
Lena Isenberg, a sister of the groom,
attended the wedding.
Job Printing at the Glacier office.
I have one of the most desirable 40
acre tracts in Oak Grove district, West
Sitle, Ilood Kiver Valley, view, location,
noil, neighborhood and all other condi
tions considered. Will divide nicely in
to four pieces, two have about 8 acres
each in i and 5 year Newtowns and
Spitxenhcrgs; one piece nearly all un
der cultivation with 100 Jonathan and
Wagner trees 8 years old; one piece
with house, barn and about 8 acres
Wagners, liananasand Arkansas blacks
7 and S years old. Will sell all or part,
and if you are looking for a small place,
one of these ia sure to suit you. Will
make I lie price right with terms to suit,
and if only part ii sold will care for
same, if desired for one or two years at
reasonable figure. Would take modern
Portland resideuce up to 4O00 in part
payment. Deal direct with owner and
save commis-Moii. A. L. Upson, phone
lS!l-.'-K, Hood River. Address, 321 Cas
torn 1 louse, Portland.
In th Gloaming.
"Henry, tell me the old. old story.'
"Well. It was tills wit fin ion.,.
was doing tine until the seventh In-
iiiug. and then our pitcher blew nn."
Th- U frost on the southern Paclllc,
ii,t it re uergs in the Antarctic lea;
In the RiH-kiea tne wind I terrlflo-
lut what does It matter to met
The snow on the Andes Is eleamlnr
The drift! re u hli a a tree.
A cyclone through Kansas Is streaml&f
Cut wbat dues It matter to meT
Cleveland Plata Dealer.
Notice of Completion of State Street
Notice I hereby given that the W. O. AI.
dretl 0., .-oulnictore. have tiled, wrltteu no
no Hint iMh Uy of fept., lull, of tUe etiiu.
iilellon ol the improvement of Mate Street.
In trout of and adjolulna lol 1.
Ilood Kiver Proper, lu the t'lty of
iiooo Kiver, itrtvon, oj graaing Name to uie
eolHtillxhed gratle from property hue to
curb line, under their contract with
this t'lty hitherto made and entered into,
and that Urn anion n I due said contractors
for said Improvement upon Ha acceptance.
Is hereby slated to be the amount of ll.Vi,).
And notice Is further gives that any objec
tions to the acceptance of said grading under
the contract with the said contractors on tbe
part of said t'lty may be Hied In tbe office of
the underpinned City Kecorucr by any inter
ested party si any time wlthiu seven days
n-om the date ot nung sain notice, lo-wit,
within seven days from tbe Ssth day of
This notice Is published In tbe Hood Kiver
Ulacier for Iwo consecutive Issues thereof, the
date of the tlrst publication thereof being tbe
Mil day of September, 101 1.
- U. B. I-ANtlltXK,
BS(o& City Recorder.
Judge A. J. Derby is erecting a
handsome new home on Cascade
All kinds of Fruit and Mercantile
St amps made to order. Phone 5t7.
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
Ten acres one-half mile from town:
new bungalow; all in trees 5 to 7
years old, strictly commercial; an
ideal home. Investigate. Address
"Owner," care Glacier.
Notice to Apple Tree Planters.
Ml art your orchard right by buy! g the
trees you need of Kealetgu Hro. s Square leal
Nursery t'o. We are goiug to have some
nne trees tor sale tor tne seasons oi itumna
ltvi. Our orlces are riKlit and our niollo:
-Live and help others live." iome nnd in
spect trees. Nursery i4 nines soutn oi noon
Kiver, on Went Side. Write J. T. Nealelgli,
Kl. No. 2. 1'houe JIS.K.
f!5 MSALEltiH BROS.
Vi acres of One deep mellow loam, alt In
enltVvalion but oue acre thst has a chicken
park snd a cow lot; there are 31, acres ol
garden, snen as potatoes, caDtiage, corn,
beans, onions, cauliflower and small fruit
such as strawberries, ktganberrles. rasp
berries, young grapes and a family orchard;
5-rooui frame house, gtHKl barn '.Hx&t, wagon
shed, chicken bouse, well aud spring witter;
good Jersey cow, good horse, weight lltW lbs.,
40 chickens, wagon, buggy, farm Uxls. hay
and giain; oaly one mile from graded school,
K. K. !., phone, cream route, less than 1
miles from Oregon t'lty and It miles from
Port laud or good road. If it's garden, berry
land or a chicken ranch you are lookihg for,
don't fall to see this one, as It Is one of the
nicest ilille farms in tliis clmmunity. rrice
IJiUI, tl-iltt cash, balance 6 per cent.
E. P. Elliott & Son
Knd of Suspension Bridge,
Oregon t'lty. Or. oli
Wanted -Ulrl to do general housework.
Apply to Mrs. L. H. Uuggina. oi
Wanted A position as bookkeeper by
young man. Two years' experience. Addrea
H. K. F., rare of Ulacier. sa
Wanted An experienced man (married) to
do general farm work good bouse on place
nearsebool and church. Phone f. B Kim.
ball. OdellSK. 06 .
wanted To let 'rout act tor clearing acres
rf ground immediately. T. J. Peter. Plume
ao-x. s tf
It is time to think about those roses and bulbs you are going to put in this
fall, to have bloom next spring. Better see the rosea in bloom and pick out
what you want. We have a full line of shrubs, vines and pereuial plants. Cut
flowers anrJ designs to order on short notice.
Phone 1972 M Fletcher (EL Fletcher R. I. Hood River
Watited-Man to clear ten acres of willow
land, in payment for which will give ml acres,
35 nf which are tillable, 20 on a gentle slope, 16
ai res on side hill, fklu.DuOor more leet of ssw
timber. This tract lies Just east ol the Mid
dle Valley. Hee owner on place or address tj.
K. Barnes, Ml. ilood, Ore. oU
Wauled Non-church goers and strangers
to follow the folks Holiday morning or even.
Ing to the people's church. Hixtli and Oak.
Kindly, J. B Parsons. Grace II. B. Minister.
KesideuceUOtiOuk SI. Telephone 14S-K. s28
Wanted 'ilrl for general housework. Good
wages, laqulre of ilrs. 1-runk A. Cram. s2K
For Sale or Trade Modern 5-room collage.
B. J. Frank. Phone iin.M. if
For real corset comfort, a Spirella f'ontet
titled to your form, gpirella Boh Ing of open
construction, sdimts of free venlilullou, ssul
tary and comfortable. Ketalus lis shape per.
uianeiitlv. Hend noslcaid. or phone tor ap
pointment with Mrs. Haltle M. Castner, 2;if
cascade ave., tiood mver, ore. riittue iis-n
Wanted A young woman to assist in gen
eral housework. Mrs, Murray Kay, phone
32 H. Ol2
Wauled Situation as bookkeeper, general
otlice man or clerk in Hood Kiver. Best of
references. Ktigeue G. Kexford. Telephoiie
Wanted A woman for general housework
in tniiiily of lour adulls iu Hood Kiver. Hood
pay for good work. Telephone 179-L. t28
Wanted S5,00O Clark scedlingl slrnwberry
plant, from young pluuU. Kellogg & Marquis,
phone 32.V1-M. oft
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new. Address, F. 1). A twster. Hood Kiver. 06
ror saie vueap. isomer ioi., wiu nuu
lii.l,u Ula A.l.tl-mul Pllll M Ul I IkeWS. 3"i I Ksst
7lh St., North Portland, Ore. o5
For Sale Light team of horses. Call S2A2-X .
For Sale Fine Alberta and Crawford
peaches iu Oak Grove district. Fhoue IN6-X.
For Sale-Klrst-olass cow, rich milk. One
good buggy; lf pound mare, all round
single worker, slid Hood Kiver Apple land.
Phone Otlell 17. F. O. address, 1X. Ore. W.
K. Wlnans. o5
II you wish to Improve your slock of Ply
mouth Kock chickens now Is the time. The
Kockford yards.have some grand young pul
lets and roosters for sale at low prices, con
sidering their qualily and the marking of
the birds. These chickens surpass all pre
vious years' slock. Rock lord poultry yards,
phone lttt X. ol2
For Sale-Twenty acres first class apple
land In Willow Fist dlsliicl. ti acres com nier
clul orchard three years old. 4 acres ready to
set lu trees, 8 acres In stumps, 2 acres lu tim
ber. Price JH .000, one-half cash, balance long
time. K. ..line, Ilood Kiver, with Light aud
1'ower Co. ol2
For Hale Small quantity of live, seasoned
wood lu stove length. Phone or call ou W.
11. warren, Belmont District, phone Mrili. oil
For Sale Kange, dining table, six chairs,
Booster cabinet. See U. P. Christie, The
Wanted-By Bepteinber2ft. a place for a man
and womsn, or a man, to work on a ranch.
Phone .M-odell. 06
Wanted to Kent A furnished or unftir.
11 islied house, ureter five or six rooms, mod
ern, close in. U C. Sims, with G. V. Ed.
wards x Co., phone ssi. 871 1
For Sale Cord wood. f. W. Brown, Park,
F'or Sale 1 Team and h irness, true pullers,
good travelers; 1 No. 2 Faultless slump pul.er
complete; Jersey cow 4 yenrs old. These are
very cheap buys. It will pay you to Investi
gate. 1). Currier. Jr.. Odell S4, loule i. a24
For Sale-Prunes, 75 cents per apple box.
Fhoue 3U-M. 00
Wanted To rent a piano lor Uie winter,
llali 147 X. 012
For Hale Pear or Apple Land. The under
signed has 37 acres 01 land lu Kiverslde Park
Joining my pear orchard ou t lie uortli. '
ares cleared snd ready for selling: about V
acres oelug ciesred will be ready lor setting
IMsiall; there is 7 acres more that is not
cleared that Is suitable for orchard, maklug
alsiul 24 acres ol the finest orchard land uu.
der the sun, the bslsnee Is wast laud too
steep for orchard. 1 will sell the 37 acres
wiiii tne 17 acres cleared ready lor setting for
W per acre and throw In the balance, or 1
will set Uie cleared land, 17 acres to the best
commercial varieties Tor lo0 per acre, aud
agree to Utke care of It for oue vear free ol
charge. You will have 87 acres, 24 of wtilca is
orcnara lana. 1. 01 me 24 is cleared and set
and taken care of one year free. Price iY'irxi
Half cash, balance on easy terms at 7 tier cent
Irrigation runs through the laud. Water
may ue uau 11 desired. Mall mile to station
Address, F. A. Jones,
till Jonnson street.
28 Portland, Ore.
For Sale-Poultry at once, as t must have
the room, t'oekrels from the following peas:
Hrowu Leghorns; 2 strains of White Leghorns
one of which Is tiap nested strain. Two
strains or Khode Island Keds, one dark aud
one light a1 rain. Also will sell hens aud
riKwters rrom the following pens: Plymouth
Kocks, Khode Island Keds, Miuorcas uud
Hrowu Leghorns. Also will sell one Klssell
potsto tligger al a bargain. W. H.Corey,
Avalon Way, Phone 2122-'. s2 tf
For Sale. Fresh cow at Ml. Hood, Oregon
I. i'aterson. 00 ,
For Sale Horse, weight about 1150, harness
ntiu curnage cueap, ruoneaft-Li OD
h'llr liul. Ijl.n.lA I..I...... 1, I I .
.... i.ii.riio iniauu nm ticK reiK anil
pullets bred from prle winning slock. Phone
llt'l.M la L1 Ut..... . ...
' . wouru, oi
For Sale-Pigs and one brood sow, F. U
Taylor, Oak Grove. Phone 2Si.F. ot
For Sale-2 dozen thoroughbred Brown lg
horn hens and hall down eockrels. J. L.
v m irr, puoue IS..V1. oo
For Sale-Cheap, horse, weight about lirsfc
gentle and sound. Also carriage aud harness
For Sale-Big team horses, over WOO pounds
agetSaudD. A-l iu every resiwt, gentle, not
afraid of autos. Will sell at sacrifice. Ht,o
imrneaK. iiomer a. itogers, Park da e.
Phone Odell 277. 00
ForSsle Two Jersey cows. Oue will he
fresh lu a few days, lue other is a 4-year-old
heifer. W. M. Swick, Avalon Way. s2S
For Sfllp (Olla ln ..... ..I 11
0. Carpenter, phone itlX. . oh!
For Sale-Full blooded brown leghorn
cockerel. Phone Odell us. g-ja
For Sale-Nice horse, weight 12IO lbs., work
single or double; also light harness aud light
wagou, for Ilia. Inquire No. 11 Oak St
For Sale-Two dtwen Brown leghorn hens
Phone HO Odell. 06
For suIa In. 1. , 1 .. - . i - 1 . .
, " - - " , Mime, uiaea mark
ings, one year old, hou-e broken, gtod ratter
fine pedigree, suitable for stud a id show dog'
A. K. C. No. 147,W. Address Howard Parker
... r . . a, iet. iro-m, lloOO Kiver. US
F'or Sale Lot and 4 room house; wired for
electricity; city water in kitchen, with sink
uu urain 10 cesspool. 1 all r,tM or No. 3. tf
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tomu. A. W. Outimnk. .n.if '
for m7 nl.-'o r' .T'"' .r
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JrlVeor riae- weiht pmiuds.
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Land NW la .1 .nHB r , i . . .
- - - - ui 'ami 11 ir sale
from i0 per acre up. Will sell in 20-acre
v. . ' v.aiB.01, pnone
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nisb rontrh nnn ilnauAil In ... K. r
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ous kinds. Apple boxes and straw num
erate tor this season. Ontera II hi
Promptly filled. l miles southeast of Park,
dale. Hay fc Wleaal. Parkdale. Ore. .-.-ir
Pnr S.la-1. n c... 1 , k . i . ..
cally new. Phone 2-X. 06
For Sale Gray filly, four years old. Work
single or double; fair horse ou road. Phone
:A Odell. . o5
F'or Sale Violin cello, good condition, will
sell cheap. Phone 54 Odell. o5
For Sale 1 have HO.iXIO equity In Chicago
upartiiieut house building which 1 will Irade
for Hood Kiver bearlug orchard. This build
lug is first class in every respect, only one
year old. well hs-ated and will slaud strictest
Investigation. I will consider only Lower
Talley strictly commercial bearing orchard,
preferably clear aud with modern improve
ments, write, for personal interview. Ad
dress U. care Glacier office, OA
For Sale A horse cheap or will trade for
stumppuller. See K. U. Bragg.or phoue I mi K.
For Sale 20 acres of land at a bargain. See
K. B. liregg, or phoue lob-K. 06
For Sale Apple trees, Newlowns, Bpllx aud
Ortley. 12 per huudred. Philip Kollas, 2
miles 8 W. of Odell. tf 1
For Sale ;t) acres 6 miles out, west side, lu
foot hlils, under Irrigation, deep rich soil, no
rock, 21 acres cleared, IS1, acres planted to
commercial varieties of apples full bearing
down to 1 year; never failing spring, good 7
risun house aud out building. Terms 1 eash.
balance 6 per cent. Address X. Y, care
Ulacier. . 06
For Sale Tuexedo Hull In good condition.
A bargain. See Buelow, The Tailor. If
F'or Sale Uooii farm ;teaio and harness, or
sell oue horse. K. H. Walluce, phoue 1S0.M. tf
For Rent-Fiirulshed house" 6U Csscade".
Apply to Mrs. M. McGtilre. o5
For Keut-Ten acres unimproved with
Imnsejand ham, ou Metliodist Lane, near
Barret school house. Frank Davenport, Jr.,
puoue SUL. Hsu
For Hlre- Klght-passenger Stearns touring
car. Siieclal rules to dances. Thos. Shere,
phoue itoiK; slsud, 16U; garage, a(M. ol2
For Kent Barn. Bee R. B. Bragg, or phone
For Sale A very neat oue or two horse
hack In very good shape, not had much heavy
work will last 5 or ti years, will be sold at less
than half the price of a new oue.Tiil Is a susp
If iskeu at once as we need the cash..Koc kford
Slore, Phone 1H3-X. o5
For Kent Rooms for housekeeping, either
furnished or unfurnished, suitable for High
School studen Is. Near Cor. I'weirtb SL and
Strauahau Ave., two blocks from High
School, or, room and board for young ladles.
Mrs. F;mma C. Willis, near Cor. Twelfth St.
aud Sirauahau Ave. a2S
F'or Kent-Modern Vrooni bungalow.
tK-nted at 505 May street. Call and see It.
I'lioue 2- &.L. ol2
NURSERY AGENTS WANTED.
We want reliadle ageuts who ran sell our
hlgh-graJefi ml trees, grown at Kennewlck
and Spokane Valley. Expenses advanced
weekly. Free exiiert advii to fruit growers,
by Prof. Van ilolderbeke, for five years
WashiugUm state hortlcullurist.
Vau Ilolderbeke Nurseiy Co.,
aiotf Skokane, Wasb.
Lost-Ladies' gold watch with iulllal H, A.
Inscribed ou lim k K 1 1 . , 1 . ,iia. MiPn 1
Glacier ottli-e for reward. 012
Lost-White horse, weight about 10U0 lbs..
Is years old. rone ammifi .iu.. Mniirv
Glacier otlice. 01 2
Lost-Small gold locket. Initials J. M. 8.,
finder leave at Glacier oitlce for reward, oft
. 1 .ui PAi. r 1 . . . . . .
- in muien goia CUD DUUOllf, WHQ
small diamond In center. Keturn to Glacier
for reward. m
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bij le louuiam iitn.
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omce, identtlytng same and pa lug tor this
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