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PublUheU every Friday by 8. F. Blythe. Terms of Subscription 1.50 a year when paid Ml advance; sis 11 not paia in aavance. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 80, 1S98. The Glacier is iu receipt of Bulletin No. 1 of ttie historical series of the utii- verity of Oregon on the Semi Cen leu Dial History of Oregon. The subjects c msidererf in (he bulletin are: "Mile Posts in the Development of Oregon unci Characteristics of Oregon as an American Commonwealth," hy Horace H. Lyman, with a supplement: "A World Movement, ami a National Movement that had Important Re lations to the Making of Oregon," by F.G.Young, editor of the historical series. These bulletins are published by the authority of the board of regents of the state university eight times a year, and are edited by Prof. F. G. Young of the department of economic and history. For the first year the bulletins will be take i up with the installments' of the Semi-Centennial History of Oregon,. ; The price of sub scription for t lie first series of fifteen is $1.50, but for the benefit of clubs and schools a special rate of $1.25 is made for an order of six or more subscription?. The work will be sent gratuitously to all teachers actually employed in' the schools of Oregon. - The promoters of this work are deserving Of substantial aid in the worthy object I hey have In end to instill into the minds of the pu pils of the schools of Oregon a study of the important part the pioneers of their state had in reclaiming the West from the native Indian tribes and the development of Oregon as one of the great commonwealths of the uuion. The Christmas number of the Port land Telegram is a handsome piece of work and as an advertisement of Port land and the resources of Oregon is the best ever gotten out. Hood River comes in for a good write up, which states that our new mill will be run ning in three months and will cut 250,- 000 feet of lumber a day. '. In another part of the paper it is stated that the six saw iiitllsof Portland are the largest mills of the kind in the world, the largest of the six having a capacity of 200,000 feet a day. So it will be seen 1 hat Hood River is to have the biggest mill in the world by 50,000 feet a day. The writer also gives us the highest mountain in the United States, saying that Mt. Hood, the grand old moun tain at the bead of our valley, rises 15,000 feet above the level of the sea. . The editor of the Columbian went through a b!g department store in Portland and priced articles to find out how prices would compare with like goods at Vancouver. He found that the Vancouver prices were from 12 to ,25 per cent lower than the Portland schedule. This is what might be ex pected. The big stores in the city have big rents and armies of clerks to pay and of course must put on prices to make anything. Country merchants, with little or no reut to pay and other expenses light, should be able to sell goods cheaper than the city merchant. . The lone Herard, a-new paper pub lished by E. M. Shutt of the Heppner Times, lias made its appearance. It starts with a good advertising patron age, which is assurance ' that it has come to stay. Bro. Shutt is a rustler to be. printing two papers in different towns. - ' i A good index to Hood River's pros perity is shown by an increase of 25 per cent on the post office receipts for the twelve months just ending, as compared with the same period for '97. .:' Judge I. Saunders of Union coun ty died at Salem, Dec. 22d, aged 58. He was an Indiana soldier during the civil war and was well known through out Oregon. From Manila. Manila, Nov. 12, 1898. Dear Moth er: I have just received the camera in perfect condition. It is just what I wanted, and is the finest camera in the regiment. I will find plenty of work for it to do. The boys all want me to take their pictures. I am to photo graph the company at Thanksgiving dinner, which we are making great preparations for. I am now in the engraving bureau, , engraving souvenirs for the boys. I I bought myself a little table and some tools and am rushed all my spare time. I made $12, .Spanish money, the first day, and have work enough ahead to last a month. One of the boys In my company is a jeweler and he has an outfit for that work, so we work to one another's advantage. . I am as well as ever and feel more contented now that I have something to occupy my spare time. There are a good many ways to make money here. 1 have sold ft lot of maps of the battle ffeld and made a good little sum from them. I have the agency for their sale in the regiment. I also sell souvenir Mauser cartridges made into a pen knife, which makes, a fine souvenir. I engrave on them the date of the fall of Manila. Adrian Johnson, a member of my -, company, leaves for home today. He is the only one of our company that has gone home. We have not lost a man yei from our company. The weather is cooler here now, and I have got pretty well used Ut the cli mate, anyhow. : Tell Ed Williams I will be sure to get a picture of Aguinaldo if lean. I caw him a couple of times, but not lately. We are not allowed out of our gate only 1 hours iu the afternoons, from 3:30 to 5, and in the evening from 6 to 9:30. We have miisiu by the Filipino Mandolin club nearly every evening. The memlers are experts with the gui tar' and mandolin. Please give my love to all. From your loving son, Clarence English. , Co. E, Oregon Vols. Latest dispatches from the Philip pines, given out yesterday by the war department, state that Hollo, one of the most important seaports in (he Philippine Islands, has fallen into the hands of (he insurgents. . The Amer ican expedition to prevent its capture by the insurgents arrived too late. 'The Fruit Growers' Meeting. The meeting of fi uitgrowers,Tuesday, was attended by a majority of those in terested iti growing strawberries in the valley. Hon. J. W. Morton was elect ed chairman of the meeting and N. C. Evans secretary. Considerable discus sion was had over the motion adopted at I lie meeting ot stocKliolilers, ot the union, Nov. 26th, appointing a com mittee to obtain pledges from the grow ers to ship by the union. The secre tary's renm! showed that the adoption of the motion made it obligatory on the directors ot the union to susneno ship ments unless 80 per cent of the acreage iu strawberries was pledged to be ship ped by t lie union. The following res olution was offered by Hon.E.L.Smith and after considerable discussion, du ring which it was shown that only about 30 per cent of the acreage iu the valley had been pledged, the resolution was adopted by nearly a unanimous vote: "Resolved, That we, the'fruit grow ers of Hood River in convention as sembler), this 271 h day of Decewlier, 18S8,earnestly request the directors of 'be Hood River Fruit Growers' Union to continue the shipping business for the ensuing season of 1890." Hon. E. L. Smith made an earnest and eloquent plea for a continuance of the union, and others gave testimony of their faith in (he union and their desire to have their berries shipped by it, after which a motion that all who mean to ship with the union should rise to their feet was carried nearly unanimously. The concerted action of this meeting is very encouraging to every one who desires the perpetuation of the union. The meeting was a good representative body of fruit growers, and the spirit shown was all iu favor of the union. It is a fact that the union has become too unwieldy by a surperfluous mem bership. Of the 278 shares too many 1 are held by persons who have moved away or gone out of the business of growing strawberries. The stock was fixed at $5 a share, but there never was more than two assessments at 50 cents a share. Therefore the suggest ion made at the meeting on Tuesday that a small assessment be levied, if acted upon by the board, would cause a good many of the stockholders who are not now interested to drop out, and there would be no ditlicuhy in getting a ma jority of the stockholders to transact business. Section 3232 of the code of the laws of Oregon is as follows: "Any corporation organized under tills chapter which does not elect di rectors and commence the transaction of the busines for which it wbs formed, within one yeui from the time of tiling the articles of incorporation, shall thenceforth be divested of its corporate powers, and if such corporation shall, lor any period of six mouths after the commencement of its business, neglect and cease to carry on the same, its cor porate powers shall also cease."' A Move for Better Roads. The county court of Linn county sent out circulars to the . tax payers of the several road districts iu that county in which was expressed the following commendable advice: To the end that the people may have better service in road building in Linn county, we request each road supervisor to call a meeting of the voters of their respective districts, to convene during the mouth of December, 1898, at some central point in said district for the purpose of discussing and laying plans for next season's road work. One of the necessary adjuncts to economical and systematical road building as op erated under the present inadequate road laws of Oregon, is the selection of a qualified supervisor. At this meeting we suggest that the voters present select some good, energetic, substan tial resident of your district as super visor for 1899. The residents of a road district are more familiar with their wants, and know much better than any county court, who is the best man among them for supervisor. Feect some pushing and enthusiastic: road man in your district, without regard to his religion, politico, or color of his hair. Send Ills name to the county court, and at the January term we will gladly appoint him supervisor of your district for 1899. Vieiito Items. Dec. 27th. The Christmas tree was a success and the programme was good. Dr. Shaw was called down from Hood River to see the sick woman who is being prayed for by the Mormon el ders. The elders keep up (heir visits, also. j Mr. Bradley, the Hood River pho tographer, was in our town last Friday, delivering some pictures he had en larged. The work was well done, and he took several orders for more of the same kind of work. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor went to Hood River last Thursday tn spend Christ ruas. Mr. Eccles is running the boat (luring Mr. Taylor's absence. , Several of the boys were unable to go to work Monday morning from the ef fects of too much' Christ mas. Rep. No-To-Bac fop Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak men strong, blood pure. Wo. $1. All druggists. Two Pointed Questions Answered. What is the use of making a better article than your competitor if you can not get a better price for it? Ans. As there is no difference in I the price the public will buy only the better, so that while our profits may be smaller on a single sale they will be much greater iu the aggregate. How can yau get the public to know your make is tiie (Kst? If both articles are brought promi nently before the public both Hre cer tain to be tried and the public will very quickly pass judgment on them and use only t lie belter one. This explains the large sale on Chamberlain, s Cough Remedy. The people have lieen using it for years and have found that it can always he de pended upon. The may occasionally take up with some fashionable novelty put forth with exaggerated claims, but are certain to return to the one remedy that they know to be reliable, and for coughs, colds and coup there is nothing equal to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For sale by Williams &, Brosius. . i , - The Dog. , Here Is the dog. Since time began The dog has been the friend of man. The dog loves man because he shears His coat and clips his tail and ears. . , Man loves the dog because he'll stay And listen to his talk all day, And wag his tail and show delight At all his Jokes, however trite. . His bark is far worse than his bite. So people say. They may be right; m Yet If to make a choice I had. I'd choose his bark, however bad. Century Magazine. ' To Cure Con-Mm-lttfi 'orevr. Take Oiseiitets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 830. If C. C. C. full to cure, druggists refund monoy. White, Salmon Mile. Dec. 28. There Is no need of starv ing in White Salmon flour is down to 80c per sack. ; v The Christmas tree here was a grand success, the programme beingexcellent. There is some talk of laying a new floor iu the hall for the dance, Dec. 30th. The Ice is now about out. of the river, and the mails are. getting more regular. : : , Ther,e was a raffling at Morse & Bcld ing's stoie the most of the day for tur keys and roosters. ' ; . Some of the boys from here were at the shooting match iu Hood River and brought back some turkeys with them. Mrs -A. R. Byrkett's sister, Mrs. Mo Keighan from Home Valley, Wash., is herein a visit. : Mr. Jay' Adams, the Pacific coast agent of the Nickel Plate" railroad, a nephew or Mrs. A H ByrKett, was se riously hurt in (he wreck at Pendelton. Mr. O. Jewett is spending his va cation with his folks at White Salmon. rie is attending .school in the Wil lamette valley. , : Beauty Is Blood -Deep. Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar tic clean your biood and keep it clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im- Eurities' from the body. Begin to-day to anish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. Pains in the chest wheri" a person has a cold indicate a tendency toward pneumonia. A piece of flannel damp ened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on to the chest over the seat of pain will promprly relieve the pain and prevent the threatened attack of pneumonia. This same treatment win cure a lame hack tu a tew hours. Sold by Williams & Brosius. , , Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera , and Diarrhoea Remedy can always be de pended upon and is pleasant and safe to take. : Sold by Williams & Brosius. The next steamer from San Fran cisco for Manila will sail Jan. 7th. The mails for this steamer will close at Portland, Jan. 5th. Wanted. 40,000 split and shaved Shingles. d30 W. A. SL1NGERLAND. Bids Wanted. Bids for grubbing 40 acres of land and for wood chopping will be received by the under signed. The land Is located mile from Tucker's Mill, 6 miles from town. Bids must be received by Jan. 15, 1899. JpS. HKNGBT. JEWELRY. , Satisfaction' Guaranteed or Money Refunded. . Jewelry of our manufacture warranted to give the wearer satisfaction or money re funded. We manufacture a complete line in Rolled Gold Plate, Gold Filled, Gold Front and Solid Gold. A complete line of Jewelry of our manu facture is for sale by Chas. H. Templeof Hood River, Or. Call at the store and examine the line. Prices low and goods first class. - W. F. MAIN Co., Manufacturing Jewelers, Iowa City, Iowa. Notice of Assessment. To the Stockholders of The Hood River Trans portation and Boom Company: Yon are hereby notified that an assessment of 15 per centum on the capital stock (31.50 per share) has been levied, due and payable at once, to be delinquent ten days from the date of this notice. By order of Board of Direct ors. Payable to Geo. P. Crowell, Treasurer. Dated Dec. 16, 1898. Carpet Weaving. We have purchased, the celebrated New comb Fly-8huttle Loom and are prepared to do all kinds of carpet and rug weaving. . We furnish warp and weave for 18 and 23 cents per yard. Call at Bone A McDonald's store and exam ine our work. V. WINCHELL. Jewelry and Watches At New York prices. My Jewelry Is tested be- j fore leaving the factory and Is alf gold-braced. ! These goods are warranted to give satisfac tion. d9 . C. H. TEMPLK. : Do You Want - . To buy land In Hood River Valley. If so, don't fall to See Tucker! Fruit Land, Berry Land, 'Grain Land, or Hay land, at prices you can't equal in the valley. , B. R. TUCK KK Tucker, Or. PUBLIC LAND SALE. 80, 1898. - Notice is hereby given t at Fn pursu ance of Instructions from the Commissioner of the General Land Office, under authority vested In him by section 24o5. U. ti. Rev. Stat., as amended by the act of congress ap proved February 26, 1895, we will proceed to offer at public sale on the Hth day of January next, at this office, the following tract of land. to wit: NEJi N W 8ec.H, Tp.2N., R.11E.W.M.. containing w acres. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are advised to file their claims In this office on or before the day above designated for the commencement of said sale, otherwise their rights will be forfeited. d2Ji) JAY P. LCCAS. Reenter. ' OTIS PATTERSON .Keceiver. I Have Decided To close out my stock of Shoes More than two thousand dollars worih of shoes will be slaughtered. Come early and get your pick of the stock at prices that are almost like giving them to you. I mean exactly what I say, that the entire stock goes at prices lower than you ever heard of before. I have an immense stock of Shoes coming from the East, and I must close out what I have be-' fore they arrive. Doii't let your neighbors get all the bargains, for I will slaughter Shoes as long as there are any in sight but only for CASH. G. D. WOODWORTH. Dealer in General Merchandise, Farm implements, Lumber.etc. Hood River, Oregon. All Teams stop a'; Reciprocity Corner. i; -i . A Hood River's AND Buys absolutely for cash other words, buys bargains and sells bargains. . CanMiantlle your wood, butter, egsrs, cabbage, potatoes, onions, at a cash price, and can ei ve in ezchange cash, or at oash price, the BEST GROCERIES and the BEST MEATS in the state. " Just received, art extremely fflne lot of sugar-cured Plains, Breakfast Bacon, Heavy Side Bacon and dry Salt Pork. : " 'i Make cut-rale prices to purchasers who.buy at one time $J0 worth of goods. . Parties who have not' yet bought yonr'winter supplies, TAKE NOTICE It is your financial interest to call aud get prices before purchasing elsewhere. ' Goods delivered to patrons in the city. . AND CASH ONLY, is what makes prices so low on Hardware, Harness, Doors, Sash, Paints, Oils, Guns and Ammunition', Stoves, Shoe Findings and Bike Supplies, At DENZER'S NEW STORE. Weight, fl pounds; Price, J35.00. Interchangeable type. Visible writing. TTses no ribbons. M. S. & STABLES Of Hood River can furnish comfortable conveyances to all parts of the valley and vicin ity. Heavy draying and transferring done with care and promptness. Hereafter I will sell for CASH only or its equivalent. Regarding prices, will say that I defy competition. I am not afraid to meet competitive prices at any time. Meet me on Port land lines and I will meet you with Portland prices. Call and see , CANDY CATHARTIC 25c soc asss uuaaagT: BRADLEY, Photographer. Gallery open three days in the week Thurs day. Friday and Saturday until further no tice. First-class work and , All Work Warranted. Wagon Repairing. All kinds of wagon repairing done on short Rotlce and at reasonable prices, at the old nogers mill in Frankton. C. II. ROGERS. ,V. I C '' 1 ., ill . - nl fr , K Meat Market sells absolutely for cash. Tn Does the same work equally as welt(lf not beiter) than the more complicaed . ; . and higher priced machine. A. A. LEWIS, Manager Oregon Agency, . f 272 Stark street, Portland. 8-Send for Descriptive Catalogue. L. CO.'S S. E. BARTMESS. ALL DRUGGISTS Good Ranch for Sale. Six miles below Hood Jilver, on the river and' railroad: well adapted for early fruit. Strawberries and other small fruits on the flace. Bearing orchard. Plenty of water for rrigatlon. Also, good timber for lumber or I wood. For terms apr-ly to ! ol4 CONRAD REPP, Hood River. I Challenge You to find better bargains than I now offer. 80 acres In foot hills. 40 acres near town, v 10 acres near town. My property until sold. . ' nl T. R. COON. Feed M. F. SHAW, M. D. " (Successor to Dr. Morgan) All Calls Promptly Attended Office up stairs over Copple's store. All calls left at the office or residence will be promptly attended to. JOHN LELAND HENDERSON. Attorney-at-Latv, Abstracter, A'otary Juplio and Meal Eatale Agent. For 21 years a resident of Oregon and Wash- lngton. Has had many years experience in Real Estate matters, as abstracter, searcher of titles and agent. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge. . J. F. WATT, M. D., Graduate of Bellevne Hospital Medical Col lege, 1884. In general practice at Hood River, Oregon. ' Surgeon for O. R. & N. Co. Is especially equipped to treat catarrh of nose and throat and diseases of women. special terms for office treatment of chronlo cases. . o!4 DENTISTRY- Dr. R. W. Benjamin, dentist, of Portland, will make regular visits to Hood River, and will have rooms at the Mt. Hood botcl. All the different methods of crowning and filling teeth. Prices reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. ' ' Port land Office Rooms7 and 8 Brooks bldg, northwest corl 7th and Washington streets. PIONEER MILLS, Harbison Bros., Prop'bs, Manufacturers of Dressed and Undressed Flour, Feed and all kinds ofceieals ground. Whole Wheat Craham a. specialty. HOOD RIVER. - - - - . - - OREGON. Mt. Hood Saw Mills, TOMLINSON BROS., Prop'rs. M AI PINE LUMBER Of the best quality always on hand at price to suit the times. Jy24 Fresh Milk, Areated and deodorized, 6 cents a quart. F. H. BUTTON. The Glacier BARBER SHOP, GRANT EVANS. Prop'r, Hood River, Or. Estray Notice. Dark red yearling heifer, dark stripes on sides, left horn drooped. Any knowledge of the animal will be thankfully received by d9 G. R. CASTNER, Hood River. Strayed. A half Jersey, red heifer, 2 years old; crop ped on top of right ear and bottom of left ear. dl C. I.. MORSE. Strayed. Three head of .cuttle, coming two years old. Earmarked and branded on right hip. Will pay a reward for any information con cernlng them. S. W. CUKKAN, Vlento. . 120 Acres at Clatskanie For sale. Good house, 16 by 24; two acres fenced; stream of water on the place. Good range for stock. Price frMX). Address Miss E. Brettell. Woodstock, Or.; or, Mrs. W. H. Con yers, Clatskanie, or. Fruit Ranch for Sale. " 40 acres, 2 miles from town. All kinds of fruit; 2 acres in strawberries; natural water privileges; bearing orchard. Terms reason able. W. J. CAMPBELL. 5 Acre Tracts. Some of I he most desirable places in Hood River have been placed In my hands for sale. Sixty acres for sale in five-acre tracts. If yon wish to buy or sell lands in Hood River valley, coll on or address M. H. NICKELSEN, ' Real Estate Agent, Hood Riyeri Or. FOR SALE. Lumber Wagon, 2 inch ..50 00 w in sen part or an oi my rancn. E. E. SAVAGE. 120 Acres for Sals or Mb With good Improvements, SJ miles southwest of town. Good school near by, good roads, plenty of fruit and the best of land. .Call on or address JOHN HIPMA. Klondike Bakery. I can supply people of Hood River with fresh bread, pies and cake after this date, and will have on hand everything connected with a bakery. M. H. NICKELSEN. Marcn 4, 1898. v 140 Acres for Sale. One hundred and forty acres of good land in south west quarter section 13, township 2 north, range 9 east, W. M., known as the Charles F. V. Berger place.. ' Good roomy house and ' ome fruit trees on the place. For price, erms, etc., address or call on J. M. Hnntlng tou & Co., The Dalles, Or. - d2 A SPECIAL BARGAIN Semi-Weekly Republic and Glacier BOTH ONE YEAR FOR $2! The Semi-Weekly REPUBLIC is so well known that about all that Is necessary to se cure a subscription is to call attention to it. It is the best general newspaper of its class published, and has a larger circulation now than any other news weekly or semi-weekly. It has command not only of all the great sonrcesof news from the Daily and Sunday RI.PUBLIC, but also receives the special ser vice of the New York Herald and New York Journal. The telegraphic and cable service of the REPUBLIC and the papers mentioned have never been equaled In the history of Journalism in this or any other country. The special features and illustrations are al ways the best. More noted writers contribute to Its columns than to any other pi .per of ita class. It is published especially to meet the wants of that large class of readers who have not the opportunity or cannot afford to read tf dally paper. By a special arrangement made for a lim ited time only, our friends will be given an opportunity to take advantage of this liberal proposition. Remember the offer, the TwIce-a-Week RE PUBLIC, lii pages a week, and the GLACIER, both one year for only two dollars. Addrens the Glacier, Hood River, Or. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., Dec. 7, 1808. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his Inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver U. S. Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., on Monday, January 10, 1809, viz: v , - HARRY OLSON, H. E. No. 7521, for the lots one, two. three and four, section 22, township 8 north, range 10 east, W. M.. i He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: Amos Underwood. Edward Underwood; George Duvenal and Henry Kellendonk, all ' of Underwood (Hood River P.O.), Washington. dOjlS W. R. DUNBAR, Register.