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Uriah ilet-p cigitrn. '. !
Fishing tackle at ,Cpca'.
Choice confections at Coes'.
Fishing tackle at McCtxrlliey's
Order that rubber stamp at Coo'.
Coe's are agents for rubber stamps.
Go to McCartney' for your groceries.
. White sowing machinci. The People's
Store. . .
We have some- bargain in groceries at
Camn atovea and camp equipment at
Savage a. -
. Shirt waists, full liuo, at BoAe & Mc
Donald's. Old papera 25c a hundred at the Gla
Early Hose potatoea (or aecd at Bone
A McDonald'. .-.
A n"-stock of groceries just arrived
Freeh and complete stock of groceries
at McCartney 'a. .. .. '
For the boat lopper shoo in town go
to Bone & McDonald.
Lnriibor at Tucker's, and making more,
fiend us your orders. . .7
' 'aaV'duore, ahiuplon, paints, oils,
brushes, etc., at Savagu's.
Vedette and Meal bicycles 2o,C0,ea8y
payments. The People e More.
Wanted A pi rl to help do genera!
bouse work, by Mra. X. C, Kvan.
Kamblor and Hartford bicve'es t:)5.00,
cany payments.' The People's Store.
Bone & McDonald are having a rem
nant sale of allocs. Get in while it lasts.
When you buy get a Sil shoe; they
will make vou'r foil glad. For tale at
When you want a good smoke, buy the
"Uriah lloep" cigar. For sale by all
Bono A McDonald are agents for Oh'
born farm machinery, reapers, mowers,
Kote the Price. Stone jara, atone
churns, bean crocks at 15c per gallon, at
J. E. Hand's.
We have plenty of money to loan on
first class real estate for long term. Pra
tier &. Barnes. ,
Arsenic is an ingredient in thecoatina
of cheap granite ware. The kind we sell
la safe. Ha v age.
Chas. Riga, the jeweler, has removed
to Hanna & Hartley's grocery store, op
posite the ulaeier olnce.
U'e are cluing out our stock of Planet
Jr goods. Gt't some of them before they
re all gone, at Rand 'a.
Go to Happy Harry Leyde for horse-
ebooiiig and hlacksuiithiiig. chop cor
tier Slate and Front streets.
. ..Screen door, complete, with hinges and
kuxb, fl at Ravage a.
Just received at McCartney b, new
ahirt waint goods, and everything in the
line of ladies lurnibhmg goods
Rubber hose guaranteed, for the sea
on, not to crack. Cheaper grades, of
course, cuarautced to have a imle
through endways, that's all, at Savage's
Do you need a w agon to haul in your
hernus the "Eli one-horse waijou
tibrinus under the box, brake, shafts,
. top box, spring toat complete, $5o.OO at
. Dr. F. C. Brosius has removed to his
new residence at the west end of Oak
etreet, midway between the school house
and armory, and can ho found in his of
fice over tt illiams & Brosius' druii store
but ween the hour a of 10-11 a.m., 2-3
and 6-7 p. m.
J. L. Atkinson of Portland came up
on the Bailey Gatzert, Tuesday.
Miss Lillian Enoch of Portland is at
Mrs. Ditihman's boarding house. Miss
Knoch is teaching a class in music
Mra V. IV Clark n, Hnii!ht'f Rrttllah
came up from Fort Stevens, Tuesday, to
apeud a few weeks with her parents.
The baseball game on Sunday between
the Hood Rivers and Belmonts resulted
in favor of Hood River by a score of 13
arl Sanders came down' with the
teacliera' excursion from The Dalles on
Saturday and put in the day in Hood
F. Eggert and family moved up on
Monday from Portland to occupy their
neautuui eummer residence, iggmoni,
for the summer.
R. H. Iwis of Portland, who bought
lho John Smitn properly, camo up .Mon
day and in a cuest at Mrs. Armor's
The O. R. &. X. Co. gives a ipeeial
rate of $2.65 for the round trip to Port
land May -'d and return iuay to go
and see rrestcieui iucruniey.
Alius Emma Everitt of Rosoburg is
visiting Mra J. 8. Harbison of the Fast
fiido. Miss Everitt is matron of the
fcoldiers' Home hospital at Rosoburg.
vi;MiiB Caroline . Booth came up from
.Portland, Sunday, and spent the day
with her brother, J. Booth; . Miss
Booth and. her mother will soon make
Hoed River their future homo.
Miss Staufferof the East Side started
'for hr home in Ohio, last : Thursday.
Ck.t n Niniain til llliirt hilt. it. IK
h( to say ahe will soon bo longing for
Ilood Riser and will come back again..
Mr. and Mrs. Allon Fulton started fast
week by their own conveyance for a trip
to Eastern Oregon. They will take their
time and camp eat and fish and hunt by
the way and come home when they feel
. "Misj.Grace Earl of Attica, lad., is vis
iting" littr aunt, Mrs. Bartnie-ss.- She has
been spending the winter in Los Angeles
ami lit.itiiioif .-in lir iv East to eniov
the associations of Hood River and Hood
River a scenery.
A hnskut social will be civen at the
Fr.apkton school house on the evening
of 'Saturday, May '-'Srh.- A short pro-
frnm ma U' ill hn rendered. The social
. h.oivpn hv the nrimarv foom for
the benefit of the school library. Every
E. P, Micbell of Stevenson was in
ruHnv. Mr. Michell ia a
printer and held a'positioa in the state
Jion of the legislature. In partnership
with Mr. Warnick of Silverton be ia ne.
09tiating for the purchsao of the Hepp
The achool board aclected teachera for
the Hood River public -schools last
Vrii-Ui. - ThA following teachers were
elected': &' D. Thompaon, principal;
. .- ii .n.. itk;(i Miu k'uii Unvenoort.
Mra. ifeha. Mra. M. 8. Rd and Miss
Mis Knell has accepted
a position in her home achool at Aate-
lope, vre. .
Jobn'Dinimickof M2. Hood waa in
a- t,.oii Mr. Dinimick will
.. eerve aajorest ranger 'iaio this year
tie mi vnu hi" , . 4
that, hia wrvieea will be required.
i Mil' iiwt. to iro back to
the Lost Lake district, and if he does,
will chop tla fallen tunoor oosoi .u
I':.-."' Ill 1 ; .il a
ur.-i ui.tiiid tils ehoo in 18MI. Since that
time he has kept up with the growth of
our town, adding iiajirovemeuta till, if he
auu wnai ne nas pain out lopiumoers,
carpentere and tinners, it would be a
snug little turn of iuelf. It might be
added that the junior member of the
firm is the poet.
While connection waa being made
with the new mains of the water com-
iauy,tho water was shut off from the city
roni 8 o'clock Saturday evening till 11
o'clock Sunday morning. And while
water consumers were kicking at the in
convenience they were put to, M. A.
Cook was doing his best to givo us water.
tie worked from 7 o clock Saturday
morning till 11 o'clock Sunday morning
without rest. On Thursday hist, w hile
tilling a connection with melted lead, an
e plosion took plaee. The molten metal
was thrown in his face and only hn
spectacles saved him from getting it into
A party of U. B. ladies went ouf last
Thursday to spend the day with Mra.
Wui. rots. 1 lie morning though threat
ening rain, glided into a beautiful (lay
and it was a Jolly, happy party that re
ceived the hohpitalittea of the pretty lit
tle mountain home and wandered over
the flower deckial hif. Those present
were: Mesdanies McGuiro, Cams, l'uld-1
win, Emm, Henry, Hanna, Hartley,
liartutees, Watson, Shaffer, Cook.fiuung-
ler, Mr. and Mrs. l oss and Mr. Parkins
of Tho Dalles.
Six or seven of the little U. B. Sunday
school children interested themselves in
getting up an entertainment tor Indian
Nellies benefit last Saturday afternoon.
lliev charged a nickel apiece and had
the entertainment on Mr. Hartley's
aan. the programme consisted of reel'
tations, songs mid tableax. A cage of
uioiikeys greeted tho audience. With
the proceeds they bought some soap,
thread and a duress lor their duaky friend,
The Hood River base ball club on
Monday solicited subscriptions for a fund
to buy uniforms and place the club on a
solid footing. $o.o0 Mere contributed
tor this purpose by our citizens, the
club will reorganize by taking the best
players from I lie lielmont and Hood
River nines, when we will have com
bination that Hood River can be proud
of. The reorganized club will invite the
Multuomahs of Portland to meet them
oil the diamond held.
The teachers' excursion from The
Dalles to Hood River last Saturday was
not so well attended as was expected,
hut a merry pirtv of about 15 made tUe
round of the valley and enjoyed the pro
gramme at Pine Grove and picnicked at
Craplier school house. 1 rotessors Lan-
das and J. T. Sett and Mre. Neif accom
panied the party.
The steamer Bailey Gatzert passed
Hood River on its initial trip Tuesday at
'1 o'clock. This steamer is advertised to
make the round trip from Portland to
The Dalles, leaving Portland at 7 o'clock
a. m and the Dulles at 5 o clock in the
R. R.Erwin returned from a tour of in
spection of the California oil fields last
week. A company in w hich he is interes
ted has obtained some oil lands that
prospect well. Mr.Erwin will prospect for
oil in upper Hood River valley and thinks
there is a chance of striking it.
The Hood River base ball club organ
ized Monday evening. The following
were chosen members of the club:Frank
Davidson, John Cashier, Geo. Smith,
Dell Rand, Sam Blowers, S. F. Fonts,
Jack Berry, Robt. Berry, Joa Tompkins.
Iu coming dowu the big hill to town
on the East Side, last Friday, one of the
front wheels of R. E. Harbison's wagon
came off . Mr. Harbison, his wife and
three year old child were thrown out,
but fortunately none of them were hurt.
Rev. J. W. Rigby started East, May
14th. He will be married at Pittsburg,
Pa., May 23d, to Miss Martha R. Weaver
of Crattou Terrace, a fashionable sub
urb of that city. His many Hood River
friends will congratulate him.
Mrs. S. B. Crockett of Kent, Wash.,
is visiting the family of her sister, Mrs.
B. Warren. Mrs. Crockett was former
ly a resident of Hood River but had not
been here for ten years. She finds
Mrs. Grant Evans received a fall from
a porch at her residence on Tuesday.
She fell live feet and struck her head on
the steps blow. Her many friends will
hope that uo Lad elt'ccU will result from
August Weld and Mrs. Annie Kidder
were married at ancouver, ash., may
tith. The bride is a sister to A. L.
Phelps of Hood River aitd made her
home here since last fall. Mr. Weld is
C. L. Rogers has purchased the John
Sweeuey place of Harry Wyatt. Mr.
Wyalt bought this place Jast fall, and
after paying all debts of John Sweeney,
it is said, will clean up f i,iuu.
W. A. Slingerland was in town on
Saturday for the hrst tunc in two weeks,
He was taken suddenly with pheumonia
and for a week was a very sick man. lie
ia now improving slowly
J. P. Hitlstroin of tho upper valley is
carnentenug in Hood Kiver. Mr. Mill
Strom is the pioneer carpenter and built
the first dwelling house in Hood River
town in 11.
Mr.andMrs.T-A. Reavigof Enterprise
Ore., old neighbors of Dr. and Mrs.Shaw,
are in the valley on a trip for Mrs. Reavis'
health. They are well equipped for
The Lost Lako Lumber Co. ia building
a Bplash dam in the east fork of Hood
river.near the county bridge, which is
exjiected to be completed aoom tne tain
Two haifera died in the street, near
Fred Howe's barn, Wednesday morning.
One belonged to Oscar Strauahan, the
other was a yearling, black and white
j. F. Armor returned from St. Mar
tin' Hiirincs last Saturday. The
springs benefited him, and he will return
again when hia rush of work ia over.
W. W. Morehead. T. E. Wickens and
Ptr Mohr have been drawn as jurors
for the term of circuit court beginning
Fred Snow, W. L. Clark and Tratt
Whitcomb were among those who came
as far aa Hood Kiver wan tne excursion
The Townaite company sold 10 lota
near the caunon house on Saturday to
T. J. Cunuing. Consideration, f 1000.
Mra. M. Willis presented the Glacier
with a haiJflsome Doquet oi tunp uu
flags last 1 riday.
Hon. E. L. Smith went to Cove on
Mouday, where he assisted iu organizing
a fruit union.
With this issue tha Glacier closea iu
Remember the V. of H. aocial
xi. a tT Aav hut their time ia past
and gone, and the smoker of today buys
Uriah Weep," the beat 6c cigar on. the
market. Try one.
a lis ..re ivuf u.ly united.
For kale ut the Emporium The Mon
roe honientead claim ; 125 acres; 60 in
cultivation; new house and barn: fit, Out)
cash for 30 days only. Subject to Cros
by's lease. Also, 70 acres.of which (10
belong to the John Monroe homestead,
and 10 join on the east;the land west of
road f 10 an acre; east of tho road f'-'O;
half cash, balance on time. ,
Henry Ries of Mt. Hood was in .town
Tuesday. He reports a fair prospect for
a hay crop and that C(pha will be a fair
crop in the Mt. Hood district.
Judge Prather went to Portland Tues
day and brought his brother home. His
case is'a serious one, and the doctors
don't givo him much encouragement.
John L. Henderson last week pur
chased of W. 1). Hull lot 15, block 0,
Hull's add., for JIOO. Also, of M. A. Oil
er, lot 1, block 2, Highland add.,for $75.
G. W. Rigga, boot and shoe mukor,
first door north of Jaekson'sstore.will do
all kinds of repairing or make new shoes.
The iAl le' Rid wtety of the M. K. church
will give h social nt the hoinr of Mrs. (ji'ow
CruvM-ll on Krlilny evrtilnii of th'i week, Mn.v
17. li e creiim Htnl cuk will bu Mirvvd. I'rlee
13 cents. All are Invited
Work on V. K. Jaeknon'i "ky-wruprr U rap
idly pronrtus ns toward completion.
I). II. Hwlm, vocal and Instrumental must
elan, from Man I rmiciw'i, l in town Willi u
view to giving un uiei tMlunieut Iu the le al
Krnost Jensen will ivo away a Rilllrtr man
dolin to the imwt popular young laiiy In town
Km- every ten oeM.i wnrih you Imy In lit con
leiMlonery yon will receive a ticket unlit ling
you to tt vote for your favorite.
Mr. Huxley and Mr. Kurlmeni will King a
duel next Hundiiy cvenhiK at the II. li.rlinn.-ii.
John 1. Henderson on Wednesday sold four
luts In lUriiMt-sipiiirt uUdllion to Mrs. Lnum
1 in ner for JJUcusli.
The K. oi 1. Iodi(o has purchased the Hhutt
bouse and lol on lower Oak street mill will
eiecl it hull on tin lot In the near future.
John I.. Henderson lust weeK sold to A. M.
Cunning lou 1 In 10 inclusive In Henderson's
subdivision for FiiO. Also, lot 1 III block 4,
I'arkliurst, lor JU.
I lie Jownsito t . last week sold three lota to
Clin k liroH. forSMU.
II. h. liloelicr haa purchased JO acres or. J.
I.ul'rMrn e, S miles south of town, for 8D00.
l"uy Vour lsg Tax. The clog lax Is due, and
all no owners are hereby iiolided llml the
city ordinance will hereiiiter be strleily en-
lorced. K 8. OLI.NUKK, Marshal.
letters remained In the lst oIllee.Mav lath.
for .Mrs. M. J. C'lanir, Orval Uaker.Juu.Henkel.
Happening Around Relmmit.
A new brlek yard Is belnz started Just east
of the old militia camn ti rounds.
(ieoritu Hales mm lainiiy are new additions
In Ibis vleinlty, having lately mine from
Kansas. Theynre living nearthc Amen corner
The new water tllleh U Hearing completion.
it will be welcomed ny all.
The friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mm
Win. Khy gave them a pleasant surprise last
Kriilnv evening. It being the ;tlh annlversarv
of Mrs. Kby'd birth. 81ie was presented W illi
a beauillui dinner set oi annul ninety pieces,
H lilen showed the high esteem In wijic.ii slu
ts held by the donors. Musle and gullies wi re
Hie order of I he evening. About lnlenlglit a
leinpting lunch was served, when all went
home thinking It was good to have been there
and wishing their hostess many return of so
pleusanl an event. 1 liose present wereuranu
pa and Urunrtmu Ellis, Mrand Mrs Geo Males,
Mr and Mrs Hums Jones. Mr and Mraltilph
Kills, Mrand Mrs Oat Kaslmiin, Mr and Mrs
Win Kills, Mr and Mrs Krank I'nisler. Mrs Ida
oble. Miss Maggie lOin'Htiriilit, miss Maude
Noble, Miss Mamie Tyler, Waller I'ulsier, Kd
ward Kby, Al'red Euslnuin, liny Woodwotlh,
Kohei-l (.iiirrahrunt, John Keller, Master Ixm
Kills, Earl bwcezy. 'ix.
Mt. II mid Nates.
Most of the crops are In, and lots of the boys
are moving out, looking lor summer Jobs.
mis. miner vuiiie uunu ii tui-aiui im-iii
Klngsley to help nurse her fntlier. I). C. Klggs,
but sue arrived too lute to see her fatheralive.
W. K. Ui ibhle Is longing up some new land
for spuds. He finds It difficult to procuro
men 10 help bin), but he Is doing a good job
ii toe same.
Roy Hcnson came to Mt. Hood Inst week
nd speni. a few days on his homestead, and
then returned to Himnlko.
The East iV ork Water (Supply Co. will begin
work on their head gute on the Kith of this
month. Nothing like plenty of work.
Tho family of James Cooper have moved
back to Mt. Hood ftom the southeastern part
of the county, whc-ie Mr. Cooper has had
charge of a band of sheep. He will arrive
with his sheep In about two weeks. Lt.
1). of H. Entertainment.
Next Monday eveninr, May Mlh.tho Degree
of Honor lodge will give an entertainment at
A. i.. U. W. hall. lee cream unit calie will be
served through the evening. A rummage cor
ner will be one of the novel features ol tills
entertainment, ismnll prices will be In vogue
rorail articles ouered at this sine, ino 101
lowing programme will be given:
Vocal solo . J. rrfiFranoo
Rending E. 11. Bradley
lniiit Messrs. Booth and Gilbert
Reading K. B. Haines
Holo Levi Bradley
Recitation Miss Mellii White
Holo lielbcrt Kami
Messrs. watt, Clarke. Karnes ana tonm.
Solo Chas. N. Clarke
Admission, with Icecream and cake, will be
lac for adults and 10c for children. Ttm pub
lic ia cordially Invited to patronize the ladles
of the 1). of H.
Pine Groye School. .
Following Is the report of Pine Grove school
for the month ending May 10, 1W!1: Number or
days taught, 120; number of days attendance,
W'A averiigo nunilter pupils heloinln,', 51. The
follow Ing-naincd pupils were neither tardy
Pauline Van Allen,
T. M. CHA8TA1.V, I'rlnclpnl.
MRS. M. . tiV.IV, Asslstuut.
I! ante Mission News,
Hood Itlver, May 14, 1001. Editor Glacier;
Please say In your paper that Rev. Troy Hhel
Icy has collected and forwarded to B. Lee
Paget, secretary Oregon Htate Bunday school
Association, Jli). Contributors Udell Sunday
school, Valley Christian church, Congrega
tional church, Methodist church and I!. B.
church, each 83. Hood River has thus done
her part in organizing Monday schools In des.
tlltue places. MRS. A. L. SHELLEY.
Card of Thanks.
To those -ho so kindly assisted ns during
the sickness BDd death of our belovedjhns
band and rather, we desire to express our
Mbs. J. W. Collins and Family.
n. O. Rlggs was born In Howard county,
Missouri. January 27. 1821: died at ML Hood,
Oregon, May 7, ISO!. At the age of 13 years he
removed with his parent to Illinois, wbore
he resided for a number of years. He was
married at the age of 21 years to Miss F.liz
nlieth 8uilth. He raised a family of nine
children, four boys and five girls, of whom
there are seven still living, as follows: Doug
las Kiggs of Mt. Hood: Mrs. F.mlly Uutler of
KlngsleVr-t-1 - Klggs, M. II., of Koasvtiic, 111.:
Mrs. Henderson of Denlson, Texas; Sirs.
Katie Wickery of Caldwell, Kansas: Pall'.
R, Riggs and Mrs. GalbreUi. residence un
known. One son and one daughter are dead.
Deceased wail highly respected wherever he
lived. He served as sheriff of Warren county,
HI., for a number of years, la the K0 he
moved to Kansas. He came to Oregon tw
years ago and located on a homestead, which
will now go 10 nis neirs.
At White Salmon. Wash., May li, 1901, to
Mr. and Mrs. . c. Ztgier, twin boys.
In Hood River. May 14, 11, to Mr. and
Mrs. Cha. r.. Clarke, a daughter,
At The Palles. May 10, M01, Margaret F.s
tella. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs, A. E-
Lake, aged 15 years and 10 month.
United Brethren Church Sunday school at
10 a.m. Preaching at I), m. and S p.m, C.K. at
7: 80 p. m- Special music next Unnday
evening. Prayer aervine verv Wedne
diiv evening at 7:30. You are cordially Invited
to ill these services. H. O Shaffer, pastor.
Valley Christian Church. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11a.m. Kndeavor
at 7 p. i. Preaehing at 8 p. m. Elder J. W,
Jenkins t holding a meeiing at Moeier this
week, and Elder W. A. stark of Master will
oceupv the pulpit In the Valley Christian
church, Sunday, both morning and eveug
All not worshipping elsewhere are cordially
invited to attend.
AppnitQmenU, Belmont Charge KlrstBon
dsv Pine Ofove, 11 a. ro; Crpper, S P. m-i
IV Jnwit, 7iS0 p. ni.
. Ve,nre prepared to tit you in sh-s to suit your taste as regards
alylea and quality, 'a'nd our close profit mnrgiua are all in your favor.
We do not force Vd '"'to a deal, but the quality and style wioffer
almost amounts to force if you appreciate a big dollar's worth. .
Children's fine cuHtoin-inmhhoes, 5 to 8, wedge heel, In black,
red, tan and ox-blood kid, thoroughly reliable, at 1.00
Little gents' and childreiiB1 kang. calf and kid black and tan, 8
to 12, our tough dress and school shci $1-40.
Youths' and miases' kang. calf and kid, 12)4 to 2, from $1 to $1-75.
Largo variety of styles and colors. '
If you could 9 uy these at wholesale you would not aave much ;
our profits are down pretty 4nsc to the minus sign.
Ladies' fine black vici kid lace Shoes, regular f3; our price 2.C5
"Buttercup" ladies' Hue genuine Siberian goat, fine fitters, fine
enough for dross, strong enough for hard wear .' $2.25
Rich's famous Julia Marlowe. . . , , $3.50
Rewal lijnd-made driving shoes,
We Et your shoes to insure comfort and good wear.
THE PEOPLES STOHE.
'tv;y Agent for' Royal Tailoring.'
THE POPULAR STORE.
24th SATURDaTsURPRISE SALE.
TOWELING Pure Scotch Lir.en Crash, 18 in. wide .per yd
Unbleached, came quality per yd
Turkey Red llnrldkerchiefa. :
Men's heavy I'.ib Overn".
Asbestos tanne I Clo' a,' snrayine
Our Double Khirtf. r wear, -'p'a'l riclit at. .
Heavy, double vVth Sheeting, ap
Fine quality Pill' w Tubins, 45 in.
1'iiiow i ase i re, a in. wiue
Swiss and Ca i brie Embroideriea.b 3
Why pay $ Oor$75ior a Sewl
will do the
T . ITTLE STO I
fan . ' .
Shifty ' f -"'mk-L
Chas. N. Clarke, Agt., at the Glacier Pharmacy.
Un to him for pure fresh Drugs, i'atent Medicines nnd Wall Paper. Prescription and
Family Keelpcs a specialty.
pjsy j i jtii u ? f r?3r
d.pf -77 i- ;tiVr rai
K'Si.- - -
Will be open Friday, May 17th. None but the finest grade of Confections will be
kept. Home-made Taffy, Ice Cream and Fruits. Light Lunches, with coffee or
tea, served at all hours. Agent for The Dalles Laundry.
ERNEST V. JENSEN.
Second Sunday Bolmont, U; Crapper. 3;
Fine (irovo, 7:iW. ,
Third Sunday Mosler, on the hill, 11;
lower school liotiso, ,U.. Pine Urove and
Belmont supplied at 11.
Fourth Huiidav-MU flood, 11; Belmont,7:30.
At Belmont, prayenmeellnu each Thursday
evenintc. at-7; Junior LeiiRue.Mundny at 8; 8.L.
8undy.li:. All invited.- 3, 0. Alford, pastor
M, K. Chineh Htinday school. 10 a.m;
preaching, followed by class service, Us. m.;
Kpworth Icanue. 0:30 p.m; preaehtnir. 7:i P-ni;
regular praver meetinK.Thursday evening at
8 p. in. F. R. Spau.diug, pastor.
New System of Gar
The nndersiuned represents the Standard
snuaie-lnch garment cutting system. Per
sons desiring further information in regard
to this work are invited to call upon me at
the home of E. I). Calkins at Krankton.
D)3 JA3 E COATES.
Ice for Season ot 1901.
To whom It may concern: I have nrranged
to handle Ice in Bood Hlver this season. It
will be a superior quality. E. W. WINAN8.
Dalles, Portland & As
toria Navigation Co.
rioHv (except Rundavl between
The Dalles, Hood Hirer. Cascade Locks,
Vancouver and t'ortland, '
Touchlneat way points on both sides of the
Columbia Kiver. ;
Both of the above steamers have been re
built and ai Ii. exoellent shape foi the sea
son of MM. The Kee;ulnUr ilne will endeavor
to give its patrons the best service possible.
For comfort, economy and pleasure, travel
bv the neainers of the Regulator Line.
'Dalles City leaves Tbe J miles at 7 a. m.,
Tuesda v. Thursday and Saturday.
Regulator leaves at 7 a. m. Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday.
Leave Portland 7 a. Arrive si The Dalles
S p. m. Arr.ve at Portland :: p. m.
Portland office. Oak st. Dock. The Dalles
office. Court street.
W. C. ALLAWAY,
$7 in Portland. . .$0.50 here
; per pair
j did vaiut
did value ' per yard 25c
ner vnrd 5c
!,,'t nattems.all widths, per yd 6 to 20c
..iMwooe when our 20 machinea
WITH LITTLE PRICES.
In the estimation of
Every gallon of
will cover 300 or more square
feet of surface in average con
dition, two coats to the gallon.
Every gallon is a full U. S.
standard measure. It is made
to Paint Buildings with. It
is the best and most durable
House Paint made.
Timber Ijind, Act June S, 18T8.
NOTICE FOH PUBLICAT1UX.
iTnitpit Rintes Land Office. Vancouver,
Wash., March 5. 1801. Notice ia hereby givon
tttnt in .iiiiiilinm-A with the iirovisions ot
11 o net. of eonirress of June 3. 178, entitled
'An act for the sale of timber lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as extended to all
the public land states by act of August 4, 1802,
ALBERT C. BAKER
Of Decorah, county of Winneshiek, state ol
Iowa, has tnts day men in inisonicenisnworn
statement No. 2138, for the purchase of the
southeast quarter southwest quarter, south
half southeast quarter, and northeast quar
ter aouihcas' quarter of section No. 32, in
township No. 6 north, range No. 10 east.W.M.,
and will offer proof to show that the land
sought Is more valuable for Its timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish his claim to said land before the Renistor
and Itecelverof thisotliceat Vancouver, Wash.;
on Tuesday, the 21st day of May, 1901.
He names as witnesses: Charles H.Stoneand
William W. Pnchard of Spirit Lake, Iowa;
Ronald D. Cameron of While Salmon, Wash.;
and Christian UulerofTrout Lake.Wash. Also,
CHARLES H. STONE
Of Spirit Lake, county of Dickinson, state of
Iowa, has this day filed In this ofticehlssworn
statement. No. 213U, for the purchase of the
southeast quarter of section No. 33, In town
ship No. 0 north, range No. lOeast, W. M.. and
will offer proof to show that the land sought
is more valuable for Its tlmberor stone than
for ag-ieultural purposes, and to establish his
ciuim to suld land before the Resister and
Receiver of this office at Vancouver, Wash.,
on Tuesday, the 21st day of May, 1001.
He names as witnesses- Albert C. Baker of
Decomh, Iowa; William W. Prlehnrd of Spirit
Lake, Iowa: Ronald D. Cameron of White Sal
mon, Wash; Christian Guler of Trout Lake,
Wash. - And
WILLIAM W. PRICHARO
Of Spirit Lako, county of Dickinson, state of
Iowa, has thlsdav rtled In thlsofflcehtssworn
stnwinent No. 2H0 for the purchase of the
southwest quarter of section No. H3, In town
ship No. a north, range No. 10 east, W. M.,and
will offer proof to show that the land sounht
Is more valuable for Its timber or stone than
for agricultural poilirises, and U estaolish his
claim to said l.fhd before the Register and
Receiver of this office at Vancouver, Wash.,
n i-iuidiii' the 2UI dav of Mav. l'.Ol.
He names as witnesses: AlUsrt C. Raker of
Deeorah, Iowa: Charn ll.sioneoispirii i-aae,
Iowa- Ronald D. Cameron of White Salmon,
Wash.; Christian Uulerof Troutlke, Wash.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to Ole
their claims In this Oice on or before said
21st dav of May, 1301.
nU6al7 V. BL DUNBAR, ReghHr.
YOU KNOW, is not always easily attainable. Sometimes the prite
Is objectionable; often it Is tbe quality, and occasionally BOTH are
We always try to li a ve both price and quality right. If we can
furnish you a shoe that meets these requirements, we know you will
become a shoe customer of ours. The
, C. G0TZIAN & C0S SHOES
Combine both essentials to a remarkable degree. We carried them
last year and are now restocking with the same make. We have
them in men't, women's, youths, misses and children's, and ask you
to examine QUALITY AND PRICE.
n Eilinncsota Shoo Go. st. paul. niNn;
for sale by- '(l ; :
bone & Mcdonald.
IS STILL IN
I am better prepared than ever to furnish my patrons with the
boat goods in my lino at prices as low aa the lowest.
At prices that will save money for the tnycr.
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING.
I shall open up eooa the best and most complete line of WALL
PAPER that has ever been shown in Hood Kiver.
Floor Matting in new patterns. Fuller's Prepared Paint has made
for itself an enviable reputation in this valley. I expect to carry a
larger stock of these goodH than ever before.
A good stock of Trunks, Linoleum, Building Paper and Furnitura
always on hand. Yours for business,
W. E. SHERRILL.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. L. Smith Oldest Established House In th. vallejr.J
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Flour ana ieea, etc.
This old-established house will continue to pay cash for all IU
goods ; it pays no rent ; it employs a clerk but does not have to divide
with a partner all dividvnds are made with customer in the way of
GE.O T. PRATHER,
U. S. Commissioner and Notary Public.
PRATHER & BARNES,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Aistrects, Cgtobe Seal Estate, mm, low to Lot
Lots and Blocks for sale. Taxee paid for non-reBklcnta.
Township Plats and Blanks in stock.
Telephone 61. Correspondence Solicited.
A. A AAA.
ISO W W ff 81
. b. tJArt I iVIbdd- '
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMRALMER.
And all kinds
Printing papers, card mounts, developers and toning solutions." ; ,
Prices range from $5 to $20 for Kodaks.
WILLIAMS & BROSIUS.
(Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878-1
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
United States LnndOllloe.Vnconver,Wah.,
April 1, 1H01. Notice ts hereby plven tbut in
compliance wltn the provisions of the net of
congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for
the side of timber lands In the stntes of Cftll
lornla, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Ter
ritory," as extended to nil the public land
states by act of August 4, 1S1I2,
GKUKUK J. KEiM,
Of St. Paul, county of Kamney, state of Min
nesota, has this day filed in this office his
sworn Htiiteinent, No. liliitl. for the purchase of
the east U northwest and lots 1 and 2 of sec
tion No. 7, In township No. 4 north, range No.
13 east, W. M., and will offer proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable for Its
timber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and to extabhsli his claim to said land
before the Register and Receiver of this office
at Vancouver. Wash., on Tuesday, the 9th
dav of July. 101.
Ho nnmes as witnesses: Frank Gray and
John H. Hanson of tilenwood. Wash.; Charles
W. Gilmer of Gilmer, Wash.; and Martin
Hestnessof Glenwood, Wash.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described innUs are requested to flle
their claims in this office ou or before said
9th day of July, IW1.
al3)e!4 W. R. DUNBAR, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Tand Office at The ftalles, Oregon, May S,
1901. Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler ban tiled notice of his Inten
tion to make final proof In support ot his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
George T. Prather, U. S. Commissioner, at
Hood River, Oregon, on Friday, June 7,
' BAMITEL . KERSHAW,
Of Hood River, Oregon, 11. E. No. 5136, for the
nortnwest quarter of section 31, township 2
north, ranke II east, w, M.
He names the following wltnesser to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
Fran!!. Htunton, John B. Jackson, Roy
Jackson and lienry 1-aje, all of Hood River,
m:tje7 JAY P. I.CCAS, Register.
Persons wishing to hire seamstress by the
day will please inquire oi miss tana usrra.
brant, i miles weat of Hood El rer. - 12
SHOE roR WOMEN.
$0, 50 SUPERIOR
FIT THE FEET SUSSS
Equal to any $3 Shoe on the Market
TourilMl.t tmt not KMp w.m, Inmi on Sim lnitit
fw ru- c"y o Mwt Inn Cto M Is sii itM.
FRED B. BARNES.
Tlie young man love the young woman;
That's his bneinegn.
Tt.n 'nnr ti-rmon Iavaq ta vniincr nmn
That's lie? busir.eHS.
young man and young woman get
That s tne preacner b Dusmess.
Thev will need furniture, earoets. wall
Tax paper and building material-,
uBVs That's my business.
of supplies for
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. "w
Land omce at Vancouver, asn., irn i,
1'JOl. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler bus tiled notice of his In
tention to make final proof In support of his
claim, and thut Riilil proof will be madenvfrira
W. H. l'nwhv,, United States Commissioner
for district of Washington,, at his office In
!cal, w. M.
4ie names ine niuoviiiii; wiuirwmi'iuTw
hi mni iniions reNiilcnce unon and CQItlvsy
Hon of said land, viz: a '
Joscpn nva, r runa itoynoias, jaimio.
f.yleand George B. Lyle, all of Lyle P. O.
al!iin24 w. K. VUMMK, register..
iti.Iu t mil Timu .'i is:h l
NOTICE FOK" PUBLICATION.
United States land Office, The PallesOre.
goo, March 21, 1M0I. Notice is lift-eby glcn
that In compliance with the provisions of the
act of Congress of June 3, 187H, entitled An
act for the sale of timber landain the stntes of
California. Oregon. Nevada and Washington
Territory." asextonded to all the public land
suites by act of August 4. 12.
ETTA E. WRENS,
Of The Delias, county of vfiseo, stnte of Ore
gon, has this day filed la this office her sworn
statement No. ITS, for the purchase of th
south V, northwest M and north '. southwest
4 of section No. 2t, In township No. 1 north,
range No. 9 east, W. M., and will offer proof
to show thnt the land sought la more valua
ble for lis timber or stone thitn for agricultur
al purpoSHs, and to e-tuhlifh Vr claim to snid
land before the rlcgisterand heoelver of this
otiioe at The Dnlli-s. Oregon, on Halurday, tha
1st day of June, idol.
She nnmes as witnesses: A. R. Thompson,
1'. P. Ketchum. K. W. Wilson, of The Dalles,
Oregon; and W.K.Kand of Hood River .Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely tha
above-described lands are requested to flle
their claims tn this office on or before said 1st
dav of June, 1KU1.
rom31 JAY P. HTCAW. Register.
100 sacks of Burbank, Rural Nw Yorker
and McKinley sed potatoes for snle at one
cent a pound by (mirj U P. IOY U.