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HOOD RIVER, GLACIER, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1904.
NEW OFFICERS FRUIT UNION When President Oessline called to order the meeting of the Hood River Fruitgrowers' union at the Artisan hall Saturday morning, roll call showed but (4 shares represented out of the 151 shares of paidup stock. By rustling on the street, enough members were called in to complete the necessary 76 shares of stock for a quorum. Secretary Shenard read his annual . report, and stated that he was willing to answer all questions concerning the business of the union. No one was inquisitive, and the order of business panned on to the election of a board of directors. 'Die following nominations were made: E. H. Shepard, A. Butts, E. N. Benson, Jesse I in bier, G. A. McCurdy, Leo Morte, E. A. Franz, T. N. Chap man. J. V. Morton arid J. H. Shoe maker were appointed tellers, and the result of the ballot showed the following to he elected : K. II. Shepard, E. N. Benson, Jesse Imbler, E. A. Franz. Later in the day the newly elected board organized with E. N. Benson, president; E. A. Franz, vice president; E. H. Shepard, secre tary and treasurer. Secretary Shepard's report on the fruit shipments handled by the union ami ins financial statement were as follows: ilnmilMl crntes strHwborrtes. received foraame 139,012.08 Avnriwe 1.SH Paid Clieirrower S6.226 103.00 .m 96. 1.59 and a bath house with 25 tubs. Work on the buildings will probably begin inside of a week, with a view to having everything ready to open- up in the soring. After an expense of near $1000 the promoters have secured an abund- rv lign ' In luch A verntte per crate. , Handled til1 raspberries, reo. same Average per crate I' Id the grower Average per emte Handled crates blackberries received lor name Average per crate i'aiil the grower Average per crate Handled H97 bxs. cherries, ree'd fiirHHme Average per box raid (lie grower Average rer box KKCE11TS. Cash on hand Union charges on strawberries .... Union charges on raspberries , Union charges on blackberries.... Union charges on cherries Prolltand Iosk Percentage allowance for uncollec ted account Klencke acct. IWL Hears A Porter rent Rubber stamps 11. Cramer acct. 1MB jlrok. from Lewis V. A L. for Nash Aiisci-lliuieous receipts Total : Uncollected Recounts Kent of warehouse lllsniritHKMENTH. Trips Seattle and Portland Printing anil stationery Papering office ('24.55 Hose lH.Hj Dosks and carpet 20 Awning 19.20 Wank books 41.2S Advertising Rubber stamps Lumber Mercantile Agency... lle-lcingcnr Httuling Mghls Insurance Water incidentals Postage Telegrams Light Fixtures Telephone Labor 1 merest Murk ham f M. H. Isenberg Mrs. Isenberg Manager Paid Growers acct. not collected, ('iish on hand 832.08 ffl.4S i.ax 67S.62 .46 1-1 0H.KS 313.04 2815.16 6.15 25.55 61.S0 27.25 351.14 7.87 54.07 1.05 15.10 235.76 7.3ti 3823.58 2S0.S8 150.00 43.90 194.13 197.85 67.40 26.85 84.76 511.(10 91.4i 58.15 13.50 23.25 4.00 155.2 78.90 165.94 32.33 70.1.6 476.0O 14.15 184.00 292.00 1110.00 1(100.00 143.13 2T.fi.03 3823.58 rnpils Vote for President. The pupils of the Hood River public schools went through all the formalities ot a national election rrulay afternoon under the supervision of the city super- inlenilent, L. A. Wiley. Election lwiotlis were secured from the city marshal and placed in the hallway of the Park street school, where the voting w as done according to the requirements ot the Australian ballot system. Every tliinj; was carried out according to reg' illation form, with the one exception that the ballots used were the sample or yellow ballots as printed lor the reg ular election last Tuesday. Superintendent Wiley had the daj before explained to the pupils of eacr room the details of ballot marking. The regulation number of judges and clerks was appointed, w ho counted the ballots and assisted the primary pupils to cast their ballots, each little pupil naming ins choice ot candidate and the judges marking the ticket accordingly. A total of 419 votes was cast, and from this number there were only four defec tive ballots which the judges threw out. I he polls opened at :15 and closed at 3:45 o'clock. To facilitate the votin there were two sets of judges am clerks, and the counting required about an hour. . The tally sheet at the close of the count showed Roosevelt had received 284 votes; Parker 78, while Swallow the prohibition candidate received 42 votes; as a compliment to the president of the local bank, Leslie Butler, one of the presidential electors on the prohibition ticket, was given 171 votes. Eight votes went to llebs, and one to Watson, the people's party candidate. On the prohibition issue there were Soli votes for and 3!) against. The student members of the election board were: Judges El wood Luckey, Charles Shute, Pearl Bradley; clerks Marjorie Baker, Edith Copple, Nettie Peugli. Second set: Judges Harold llershner, Mair Dano, Florence Buchan an; clerks Grace Prather, Bessie Evans, l.ela Kelsay. At the close of' the polls, the 500 school children marched through the streets of the city to advertise an enter tainment in which they participated that evening. Hccide in Favor of Sewer System. The question debated at the last meeting of the High School Debating society was, "Resolved, That the pres ent city council of Hood River should bo upheld in its efforts to secure a sewer system for the city." Estee Bros ins led the allirmative and Charles Shute the negative. A splendid debate was put up by both sides. It was decided by the judges that the affirmative had put up the better debate by one point. The judges were Professor Crouse, Burleigh t'ftsh and Mair Dano. T(K' debating society has arranged to publish a paper for the bi-monthly meetings. Mair Dano h" been elected editor-in-chief, with Alva Day and Harold llershner as associate editors. Herb W. Edwards Injured. Herb W. Edwards of Des Moines, la., got a fall on an icy walk last winter spraining his wrist and bruising knees. "The next day," be says, "tbey were go sore and still I was afraid I would 'have to stay in bed, but I rubbed them well with Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and after a few applications all soreness had disappeared." For sale by Will iams Pharmacy. New Hotel at St. Martins. The workmen, who- for the past month have been engaged in reservoir ingthe water at the Amos St. Martin springs along Wind River have com pleted their work and returned to Port land, where they will purchase lumber and other necessary material for the construction ot an elegant 75 room hotel ant supply of water of a ver temperature and have the water shape that the flooding of the river will in no wise effect its temperature; There is ample capital behind the enterprise and there is no question but it will become one of the greatest health resorts of the Pacific coast. Stevenson Pioneer. ' New Oyster Parlors For Hood River. For the first time in its history Hood River has an oyster parlor where this great American delicacy can be served in first class style. 8. L. Young has opened the Favorite Oyster parlor in the new buildi ng east of Bragg's store. Here Mr. Young has fitted up very neat rooms furnished with plate-glass counters and and oak shelving. He is prepared to sell fresh confectionery, nuts and fruits, and to set lunches in addition to the oyster service. Hood River has long needed a place like this. Everything is neat, clean and iresn at blierman loung s oyster par lors, and there is no reason why he should not succeed well in the under taking. When down that way, drop in and you will want to call again. Northwest News Notes. Condon has organized a commercial club. Things are beginning to boom at the county seat of (jilliam county and the people are swinging in line for all that a coining. The Oregon grain and hop crop for 1904 is valued at $20,000. Down at Bend, Crook county, a tele phone system of 20 subscribers has been installed. The "rate to each subscriber is $3.50 per month. The service in Hood River may not always be the best, but it doesn't cost like that at Bend. Advertised Letter List. October, 24, 1904. Alexander, Mrs., care of O. L. Co. Boatman, Merry A Carlson, Mrs.Alfred Engdahl, Mrs. S. Karr, Mrs. Bell Barnes, Mrs. B. F. Connell, Thos. Hall, J. Simmons Niell, John W. Dunn, Mrs. Martha McCoy Mrs. C. C. Caldwell, Dick Gomes, F. C. McClallan, M. 0. Sturgess, Geo. W, October 31 1904. Bralley, Clarice Brobst, Mrs. Win. Chapman, Mrs.R.G. McCormick Mrs.AG Scott, Mrs. M. J. Welch, Mrs. Daisy Bamfei, W. P. Bingman, M. Brooks, Wess Callahan, T. S. Eggart, John Everett, M. Farrow, Frank Hunter, James Leonard, Hugh Neil, John (2) Powell, H. 11. (2) Smith, Frank Stabler, Emil Tuttle, H. A. Wand, Miss Myrtle jiane, a. j.. jr. Baker, W. F. Brown, T. R. Brooks, W. T. Calbraith, T. W. Dorsey, Clarence B Farr, J. B. Greenwood, E. Lewis, C. A. Newton, A. L. Noe, D. W. Richardson, Geo. Smith, Chester Spring, Chas. Wilkins, P. H. BUSINESS GROWS AT RAPID PACES "Business is increasing at such a rate that 1 find it is impossible for the three of us to handle it, remarked George T Prather, Hood River's hustling real estate agent, to a Glacier man the other day. "Mr. Onthank and Mr. sept Dusy irom early night, but wii shall ha November 7,1904. Lightner, Mrs.A.J. Smith, Mrs. O, Smith, Lucy Brown, R. D. Caples, W. T. Daniel, U. A Fitzpatrick, Jas. llillis, Dr. Jackson, G. M. Jones, Richard B. Kresse, Lewis McAllister. W. B. Mitchell, Pete Nevius, A. W. Phelyn, B. A. Reinhart, O. A. Rowell, Chae. P. Kurff, F. L Swanson, Henrv Trott, F. W. Valley, J. C. (2 Ward, F. Welch, Fredie Welch, F. C. Zeller, Morgan A'. W. Bilderback.V Clark, Jas. W. Dickinson, A. L. Foster, F. W. Hecker, J. J. Hoyt, C. O. Jensen, John Krebbs, V. V. Lauler, Mr. McMillan, T. J. Munkero, W. D. Newton, John Redish, O. L. Reed, O. H. Kutledge, Jos Sloan, E. H. HwaiiBon, John Turner, . A. Watson, Roy Wallum, W. J. Welch, Edgar Williamson, F. M. YATES, P. M. M. Dano are morn to late at ave to nnd more help to get away with the great amount of work rolling in every day," continued Mr. Prather, who has just removed his office into the building vacated by the First National bank, who now occupy tne corner in tne smith brick Mr. Prather now has the best equipped real estate ottice outside of Portland and there are few in that city to equal it. lhe concrete vault In the rear ot the office furnishes a safe place for the hundreds of valuable papers and docu ments intrusted in Mr. Prattler's care. In the rear of the building is a largi room, formerly the directors' room of the bank. This, Mr. Prather will use fy a private otiiie and for committee meetings. The iron gratings used to separate the office from the will remain. This also makes for con venience in the office. The bank sign is Btill on the window and during the last week there have been many visitors to Prather's office to make deposits of money. "This was attended to all right enough," savs Mr Onthank, "but when it came to cashing the checks presented at the windows we directed them up the street. Mr. Prather was Hood Kiver s first real estate dealer, beginning business here before a town was thought of. He knows every foot of the valley as thor oughly as Webster knew the spelling book. He has seen the community grow from a little hamlet to one of the most prosperous sections of the North west, and is putting a push and energ; into bis business that is bound to make the country grow apace the coming year. t ire insurance is also one of the prin cipal branches of Mr. Prather's busi ness. He is s representative of some of the strongest companies in the United States. Hoole Has Hard Luck Streak. Charlie Copple received a letter from "Bleeding Kansas" last week conveying the news that the only and original Hoole, the erstwhile prophet of Barrett and the valued correspondent for the Gla cier in that neighborhood, has been run- ing in hard lines recentlv.He has had two sieges at the hospital which he thinks as bad, for him at least, as that of Port Arthur. He is now recovering, and in the hope that it may cheer him th lilacier Joins in the many expressions ot sympathy lor him heard on every hand from hundreds of his friends in Hood River; also the hope that his re covery may be speedy and permanent Come back to Barrett, friend Hoole, after living for a time in this Paradise of modern times it is sure to go hard with a man when he again goes out into the cold, cruel world, and we will be looking for you next spring. No Jealousy Down This Way, The Dalles and Hood River are just now having a "Most Prosperous" city fight, we are at a loss to know on which side is the most jealousy. Wasco News. Was an Earnest Business Session, The members of the press in attend ance united in declaring that Hood River meeting was the most earnest business session ever held in its history. Falls City Argus. Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired at the lowest possible prices, Clarke the jeweler. $100 Reward $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease science has been able to cure In all Its souie and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only iHiHltlv- cure now known to the medical rraiernity. caiurrn oclnif la constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Caturrh Cure Is taken lnlernally,acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying (he founda- Trust Your Druggist There are lots of things about a drug store that can be done one way or another, at the will of the druggist. So pick out a good druggist and trust him. You will get better drugs, better service and and better medicine if you will do this. tlonof the disease, and Kivliiif the patient strength by buildlur up the constitution and assisting nature in doliiK Its work. The pro prietor have so mucb faith In its curative powers that tbey oiler One lluudred Dollars for any case that It fall" to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address V. J. CHENEY Jt Co., Toledo, I). Sold by all drugKisw, 7!c. Take Hall's Family I'llla for constipation. Timber I .and, Act June 3, 1S7S.1 NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, The Italics, Ore gon, MayW, 1H04. Notice is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the act of congress of June S, 1S7S, entitled "An act for thv sale of timber lands in the states of California, Oregon, Nevada ami Washington Territory," as extended to all the public rand state by act of August 4, 1WI2, the lullowlng named persona have on May 8.1WH tiled in tins ottice thelra worn statements, towit: KLIZABKTH KKK'KNS of St. Paul, (litf lnglebart si recti county of Kauisay, state or Minnesota, sworn statement No. 15, for the purchase of Hie of sec tion 21, township 1 north, runvc 11 cast W. M. KRKD KRKKNS of St. Paul, (1.S3 Inglehart street) county of itamsay, state ot juiuneaoia, sworn statement No. 2tlti,for the purchase of tlies1., SK1. SW UM! f section 28 and NW'.sW ,,f si-clion Zl, township 1 north, range II east of Willam ette Meridian. JOHN J. KRKKNS of Portland, (2ii2-Hlh street) county of Mult nomah, atate of Oregon, sworn statement No 2S17, for the purchase of the K' NW'i ami K'-sWWof section 83, township 1 north range 11 east, W. M. That they will oiler proof to show that t lip land sought Is more valuable for It timber or atone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish their claims to said land before the Register and Receiver at The balles, Oregon, on l)ecember27, 1K04. They name as witnesses: William Kctchnm, Jndd S. Flab, William Spencer, and Richard J. Gorman of The l)alles.Oregou: Fred Ki kens of SI, Paul, Minnesota; John J. Kikens of roriiano, uregon. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-des".ribed lands are requested to file their claims In this office on or before said 27th day of December 1WH. Oct 6 dlt MICHAF.b T. NOLAN, Register. TlmbcrTTaniTAct JW ls:"ls;si " " NOT1CK FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, The Iiallcs, Ore gon, rov.l, MM. Not Ice Is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 178, entitled "An act lor the sale or timber lands In the stales of California. Oregon. Nevada anil Washlinioti Territory," as extended to all the Public uuia states ny act of August i. IKii-j, CHAKLF.S A. HOY of Portland, county of Multnomah, stall) of Oregon, has this day tiled In this office bis sworn statement No. 24-Stl, for t lie purchase of ottne iota a & 4, section Id and lot lOntsecilon No. 7, in township No. 1 north, range No. II K, W. M., and will oiler proof to show that the land sought is more val uable ror Its timber or atone than tor agricul tural purposes, and to establish his claim toaaldland before Oeo. T. I'nillier, I'. S. commissioner at his office In Hood River. Oregon, on the 3d day of Februarv I'.m.i. He names as witnesses: Lewis v.. Morse, Charles Castner, Isaac C. Nealeigh, William . Hand, all of Hood Klver, oregon. Any and all persons claiming ailverselv the above-described lands are rciiuesteil to llle their claims In Ibis office on or before said 3d day of February, imk. nn j Jl M lull Ar. lj 1 . rJOl.A N, Register. (Timber LaniTAct. "Jiin'e :i, l7H.i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United Stales Land office. The Dalles. Ore- gon,octoberli,llH.-Notlce la heri-hv given that In compliance with the provisions of the act ofCongresaof Junes, 1H7S, entitled "An act tor the sale of timber lands In the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington territory," as extended to all the Public Lund Slates by act of August 4,isir. I'F.TKR OLSON. of Scanlon, county of Carlton, slnlc of Minne sota, has on September a). Ill 4, 11 led in this office bis sworn statement No. 2111, fur the airchaseof the s; N WW anil N,'aMW of sec ion 32. in township No. 2 north.' mm.e r II I,'. W.M.and will nlli-rnnuif In slxiu'i ), II,.. l,,,l sought is more valuable for lis timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land bclorc (ieorge nil Her. united states commissioner, at his office at Hood River. Oregon, on the 41 ti day of January, 1!I5. He names as witnesses: Olaf .1. Krvkhmd. of Clonuet, Minnesota, Lewis K. Morse, William r. Rand. Uleun R. Fabric, all of Hood River. Oregon. Any and all persons claiming adverse v lhe above-described lands are requested to llle their claims In this otlii-e ou or before aaid thday of January, HKfi. 027 (12M MHyiAEL T-NOlAJi .Register. Oregon umoer uo. are offering EXCEPTIONAL VALUES in Workingmen's Goods. Have just opened the LARGEST and BEST line of UNDERWEAR in the City SCO tll.C- Mt. Hood (SL Stockton Mackinaws Complete Line of Rain Goods Sole -gexTtc for tlio Celebrated Bradley Logger Shoe PHONE 51. TIIONE 51. B. R BELIEU, Contractor & Builder. J-Pl-ANS AND F.STIMATKS FtJ KN IH11 HO" NEW THIS WEEK. A kooiI shotgun 5,50 larcBtpmiH 1.75 to 21.00 Sinitli-Hiiker-Ithica eiitia. Snvattt', Miirlin and Winchester rifles. 80 varieties loaded ammunition. lievolvei'8 2.50 to 15.00 (iood stove-pipe 15 l'lanislii-d stove-pipe. . . , 80 Air-tig!it heater 1.75 50 varieties Heaters for choice. Stove hoards 50c to 1.40 I'oor Mats (iOc to 2.50 Hissed Sweepers 2.75 Uenuine Lee lirooins 5 varieties. Hardware, Furniture, Stoves, Tinware. Crockery. Caroets and Shades. Building Material, Paints and Oils. Just In Reed Rockers. 2.75 to 10.50, Tinted Wall Paper 60c to 1.00 Tarred Felt Paper 1.00 to 1.60 Malthoid Hooting, 1, 2 and S-ply. Dustle8 Floor Oil. Star Shingles, per 1000 1.40 Koopoline and Laqueret, 40 shades, re news any furniture. Crockery Stock Additions. Flower Pots. Jardiniers. Homers' 1847 Silverware. Special Lamp Globes. Lanterns 25c. 65c, 1.00 up to 1.25 Lamps hanainK and stand. Carving Sets 1.00 to 7.00 The new Lineoleum, same color forever, per yard Table Oilcloth, per yard Floor Oilcloth, per yard . Mattings 15 65c 20c 30c 5c. 20a. 25c. 30c. 40c Ingrain Carpet, cotton 50c Ingrain Carpet 5o Ingrain Carpet, extra super 75c Brusaells Carpet 90c to 1.20 Velvet and Axminster. Furniture repaired. Picture framing. 100 of nowent things in frames. Fill up the openings, Everything in plain and fancy glaess. STEWART, 111 Mfc N(h2 or i fw.; fxrv w i m m a Bam. via t X 1 l IK -V 'it . Mr I if Ci ' IxrXiM For further particulars regarding the SMITH GKUBBING MACHINES, call on or write SESTOIT "WALTHEE, . THE DALLES, OREGON. CLARKE The Druggist The Farmer's Friend Feed Store. Dou't forget to call and sret prices of Dalles. Diamond. Columbia River. Jew- el, Peacock and other standard flour. WHOLE WHEAT, (iraham and Buck wheat dour. Corn meal, ROLLED OATS. Prussian Stock and Poultrv Food. cracked corn, oyster and clamshell, granulated bone, and everv thine vour home. cow, pigs or chickens eat can be had here at the "Right Price." Leave your order for clover hay for the winter and have it delivered at your barn. Also wueat uay at iz at me "v-ar. uei your leea ana Dour lor tue winter. It is not likely to get cheaper or the ROADS BETTER. To the Fruit Grower: I will say I have something that will please vou. The Zaun Ladder ana itttie Kea Olant Apple Press both up-to-date no better to Buy one it will keep you from being cross to your wife and children. your apple boxea wtiile you can get tne liridal Veil Box. Last car of 8,000 just in. You'll have to hurry. Buy H. W. Wait EDWIN A. HENDERSON SPECIAL AGENT Equitable Life Insurance Co. of NewYork Carriage Painting HUNT'S s the place to go when you want good work done in the ine of PANTING, KALSOMING, PAPERING. The best is the cheapest. Am prepared to do up-to-date White Salmon Livery and Stage Co. WYERS & KREPS, Proprietors. White Salmon Stage in connection, with up-to-date I J ver v Barn leave daily, Sundays excepted, at 7:30 a. m., for Trout Lake, Gilmer, Kulda and Glen wood. Meet all steamers. Stages WHITE SALMON, WASH NEW FURNITURE FOR OLD. econd Hand The Bio Second Hand Stofe Buys, Sells and Exchanges New and Second Hand Goods of every description. Red Room Suits, Odd Dressers, Wash Stands, Folding Reds, Rockers, Dining Chairs, Iron Reds Springs, Mattresses, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Stoves and Ranges, Crockery, Tin and Granite Ware, and in fact everything in the house furnishing line. Come in and look the stock over. You might see something that strikes your fancy. We are sure the price will. Bottom Prices on Picture Framing, Furniture Eepairing, Stove Repairing, Upholstering. THE BIG SECOND HAND STORE. 0. P. DABNEY & CO., Props. bone & Mcdonald Carry a full line of Groceries, Flour and Feed, Shovels, Spades, Axes, Saws, etc. The Fishing Season Is here, and so are we with a full line of first class Tackle. Come and see us before buying. Goods Delivered Free To Any Part of Town. bone & Mcdonald HOOD RIVER TRANSFER & LIVERY CO. TICLET OFFICE FOR THE REGULATOR LINE, OF STEAMERS. Hauling, Draying, Baggage Transferred, First Class Livery Turnouts Always Ready. Phone 1.31. DAVIDSON FRUIT CO FRUIT DEALERS and Manufacturers of all kinds of J. R. NICKELSEN -IJEALKR in- Farm Machinery & Vehicles Including Studebaker and Rushford Winona Wncrons. Carriages & Ruggies, Faultless and Little Giant Grubbing Machines, AermotorWind Mills, Ruckeye Rumps, Americus Cider Mills, Syracuse and Oliver Chilled and Stl Flows. A complete line of Spray Pumps, Hoyt's Tree Supports, Hanfbrd'i Balsam of Myrrh, Extra Buggy Tons. Seats. CiihI'iioiih. IlasheH. Poles. ShaftB. Klmrlptrem and Neck yokes llolBter Snriiigo and Iron Age Garden Tools. Cor. 4th and Columbia Sts., Hood River, Or. Fruit Boxes Highest Prices Paid for High Grade Fruit. WHOLESALE RETAIL THE DALLES NURSERIES R. H. WEBER; Prop. THE DALLCSt OREGON. GROWKB AND DEALER, IN FRUIT, SHADE TnCEC GRAPE VINES AND I Krr AM) ORNAMENTAL SMALL FRUITS Evergreens, Rosea and Shrubbery. Remember, Our Trees are Grown Strictly Withaut Irrigation. A L. CARMICHAEL The Only Exclusive Dry Goods House on the Hill. I have just received my Fall line of Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, in woolen and fleece lined. Call and get prices on these goods and you will be convinced that they are all right. Also a fine line of Shoes suitable for Fall and Winter wear, for Men, Women and Children. o trouble to show goods.