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'OOD RIVER GLACIER
iMiird nverr liiurdr 1T AKTHUk D. MOH. PuhlUhw. Trmi ol iutoripllon-I.M J who paid IB advanw. THURSDAY, (KTOP.KU 5, lft05. ?! The fanaticism of the silvei agita' ors waa overcome by a capnign of ed- uoatioa oil the money quostion ; just such a campaign must bo conducted In a few yearn on tho subject of the tariff. Tarilf reform will como sooner or later. The fair management aimed for 100,000 attendance on Portlnad day last Saturday. The admissions at the close of the day niiiiilmred 85, WU. Hood River aimed at 1000 for her day, and the actual results were almost half as much again. Hood River still leads. The Penilletou Tribune states wisely enough that the present congressman is out of the running, and goes on to aay that Kastorn Oregon should have the oongres nian this time, if you think you havo a good man t ot Mm out, for only six months remain until the primary nominations. Hood River apples are noarly the whole thins at the state exhibit as they are in the Wasco county booth at the exposition. The Wenatehee valley puts up an excellent dsiplay of lieitlgheimers, Wolf Rivers and (lloria Mundi, but when it conies to the ap pies of quality, Nowtowns and Hpitz en bergs, Hood River shines out above all the rest of the Pacillo Northwest Hood River has two good friends In A. L. Craig and R. M. Hall of the O. R. AN., both of whom took a personal interest in seeing that Hood River day at the exposition was made a great success. Mr. Hall an companied the excursion from Hood River to Portlnd, while Mr. Craig and his assistant met the apple grow em on their arrival at tho Union de pot. Both those men are proud of our little city and fruitful valley. Mr. Hill stated the other night in Portland that his road was not com lug down the north bank Just for the fun of it: there is business hero for his road. Hut the people of Oregon will be expected to moot him part wfy with a deepened channel from Port land ta the sea. Government assist ance is required in this work, and it behooves us to soo that business in terests rather than sentiment predom inate in next year's selection of con gressmen and a United Statos senator. "Kveu the record of enterprising Hood River was broken," is the way the Oregonian tells of the Walla Walla excursion of Tuesday, when that city sent down 1100 visitors to the exposi tion. Hood Kiver had 1015 aboard the special train, and the 150 or '200 who went down the day before on the boat and cars should not bo over looked. There is a touch of pride in the mere comparison of VVaile Walla's crowd to that furnished by Hood River, but it should be romem beied that Hood Kiver has a popula tion of I. Si W, while that of the south eastern metropolis is between 15,01k1 and 18,000. Other towns will have to go some to outdo Hood River. BEST APPLES ENGLAND GETS Tho demand this year for fancy Hood Rivor apples is far in excess ot the supply. Mr. Khepard of the ap ple growers' union is in receipt of a letter from a prominent dealer in Liverpool, who regrets that he can not get all tlie Nowtowns he wants this year, but he is pleased to know that this valley will be producing these apples by the bundled thousand bushels in a few years. "The Hood River Nowtowns are the finest apples which reach this market," writ en the Liverpool merchant. Other dealers send in similar letters. Mr. Hliopiird was asked the othei day if he considered that the market for Hood River fancy fruit would ever bo over supplied unt il it would not pay to grow apples hero, lly a pro coss of deductive argument, t he mini agor of the loon I apple growers' union stated that if liHHl cars of apples wore distributed in Kngliind and Ger many, whose combined population exceeds 100,000,000 people it would moan only one car to every UHi,ooi people. "Ami do you think that one car of apples in a city the size ol Portland would swamp the market," asked Mr. Hhopnrd in return. The union is sending a cur of North ern Spy apples this mouth to tho fan cy trade in .New York city. This is something new in the apple business to be sending Spies to the Atlantic coast. This and similar varieties have herotofoie lieen marketed solely on the coast. Tho present heavy rains are dis pleasing to the farmers, as it gives tile Spit.enberg apples little ti no to color properly. The winter apples are now ready lor gathering, Many ol the growois will make two pickings, taking only the matured fruit the tlist time, and giving the greener apples a longer time to Open. Kxceedeil Their Kiecliitloin. As K. A. Fianz was coming down tho street the other day, ho noticed a couple of well dressed Kastorners gaz ing at Mount Adums ami the Colum bia river. As they wore conversing in Gorman, he stopped up and intro duced himself. The strangers ex changed the compliment ami explained that they wore in Portland from New York, where they had hoard so much of Hood Rivor, and being so near when at the fair, decided to see for themselves what there really was here. Their names w ore I '.rnst, I toll man and Kred W. Uncivil. They were sur prised at grand beauty of the scenery, and declared that tho way the fruit rauches here were hewed from the forests beatjaiiything they ever saw. Attacked lly a Mob and l-enten, in a labor riot, until cover ed with sores, a Chicago street car con ductor applied ltuckleu's Aruiea Salve, and was soon sound and well. "1 use It in my fumilv," writes O. .1. Web b, of Teko'nsba, Mich., "and lind it per fect." Simply great Pirciusiinu minis. Only 25c at C. N. Clarke's drug store. FINE SHOWING FIRST MONTH Superintendent Wiley feels highly gratified over tho results of tho lirst four weeks of school. Ho has just completed his report for the month ending September and finds th. t all the grades have made a splendid uhnurliii. The attendance lias been unlmulid. The enrollment on tho nnnnino ilav was 111), and what is re markable tiie average for the 18 dajs of school is tho same, 410. The superintendent's report shows: Number of days taugnt, i; enroll ment lirst duv. 410: t'Hal enrollment, 455; number of cases of tardiness, i"; mhr hf'lonuiiur. 421: aver- iluilv attendance. 410: percent of attendance, !Hi,7; percent of punctu ality. !r!I.H. Tho rooms of Miss Mathews and Miss Poole, lirst ami second grades, have no tardy marks. The same with tho 4th and 5th grade taught by Miss Koch . The number of pupils enrolled in each grade is as follows: Miss Mathews, lirst, ill: Miss Poole, second, HI; Miss lioworman, first, 41; Miss Hicks, second and third, !!; Miss Wriifht. fourth and fifth. 4:i; Mr. Kverett, sixth and seventh, I1H; Miss Iliotz, third, ; Miss Copple, fourth and flf'h, i; Mrs. Roche, fourth n nil fifth, 27; Miss Stewart, sixth and kiv onth, :i0; Mrs. (love, eighth, 41; High school, ninth, tenth and ilev enth. 57 total 155. The high school with an enrollment of 57 Is doing splendid work, says the superintendent, who is proud of this deiiarment ot the school. The Ml 5 physical labratory for the high school has been delayed between here and Chicago, but Mr. Wiley hopes to have it in place in a few days. Tills lab ratory is one ot the best In the high schools of the state. A 10-inch tiro gong has been placed in the Park street school, and prac tice in fire drills will begin at once. Seating capacity in tho Heights' school is already overcrowded, and additional desks will have to be ord ered. If the Increase in attendance keeps up at the same ratio as it did last year, Superintendent Wiley expects tooe a total enrollment of (KIO pupils before the close of tho term. Institute at The llallet Suturduy. J. T. Nelf, the county school su perintendent, will conduct a local in stitute iu The Dalles, Saturday after noon. The program f.ir tho afternoon is as follows : La' guage exercise by Miss Tillard of The Dulles, mid her class ot pri mary grade; Language in the grades by Superintendent Landers; Arith metic iu the grades by W. A. Wiley of Hood Kiver; History iu the grades by Mr. Cruse; M iscellanunus topics. It is Mr. Nell's idea that the prin cipals of the various county schools do the instructing at those local in stitutes, and ho hopes iu this way to got things more systomiiMsod iu the country districts. As Principal Wi ley expressed it, it is not so import ant how much work the touchers ac complish, as how well and thorough It Is done. It lias been arranged that such local Institutes shall lie he.il at Tygli Val ley, October 11; at Dul'ur, October H, and at Odell, November 11. RIVAL SURVEYORS REACH UNDERWOOD Marlon S. Smith, member of the general merchandise Drill of. Smith A Clark, at Underwood, who was in tin city, Tuesday afternoon, says things havo boon quite lively along the nortl side the past few weeks. As Mr Smith was leaving on the ferry, a crow of Northern Pacillo suiveyors reached Underwood from tho West. A few days ago a crow of O. R. A. N. men wont the other way. C. O. Williams, tho county survey or, completed the survey for tho state wagon road through Underwood sec tion of Skamania county last week. Piling has boon secured for tho lien wharf, work on which will begin as soon as the pile driver arrives. The government tls.li hatchery men arc making a remarkable catch of salmon, having so far gathered ll,000,(UK) eggs. A crow of about 1- moil are employ ed liy the llsh commission at 1 1 it mouth : f White Salmon, under he Miporvlsion of Mr. Spurgeon, who has boon engaged iu this work for a mini her of vears. A butchery has been established on the Hat, about a mile west of the month of the stream. Fish are also being caught in tho Lit tle White Salmon. About I,IKHI will be expended bv the people of Underwood iu tho erec tion of a low water wharf. The Reg ulator Lino has kindly consented to loan a pile driver for the work, while a number of the farmers on the iiiimn liati side have contributed piling, umong them being Fred l.uthy, Hurry Olosou and I'.. C. Goihlard. Otte rs will cout ribiite their share in money and lalior Mr. Smith says the line mil by the O. K. A N. surveying crew extends close to the water's edge, while that being marie by the Northern Pacific people runs a hundred feet or more above the Oleson hotel. If this line should be followed, the chances torn lepol at Underwood are not the best. It would also mean a high bridge over the White Salmon. Mrs I Meson's hotel is about com pleted, meals being served there al ready. Unite a nil in her of people from Trout Lake are making the trip to Underwood, to do their trading, and the prospects are good for a splen did full business says, Mr. Smith. I ce It an I ( lark l uir Notes, Wednesd.-v, October 11, will be Py thian Day at the Lewis and Clink fair, ami the day will be fittingly cel ebrated. il.J. l udei w ood, home commissioner at the Lewis and I 'link exposition, has just received from Alaska a speci men of tin ore weighing 450 pounds The specimen contains 00 per cent tin, and is worth twenty cents a pound. The total admissions to the Lewis and Chirk exposition up to Septem ber 'J7 was 2,MMi,5t"). It is expected that the grand total will be not less I linn '',."iiHi,(HHi, a better record than ever lief ore was made by an enterprise of similar magnitude. The Lewis and Clark exposition closes at half past II o'clock Saturday night, October 14. It whs originally intended that October 15 should le the closing dav, but as this date fell on a Sunday, the change was made. The fair lias been a tremendous success. The PA P Never Undersold Hood &e Paris Fair li supply you w ith anything 13 mi Mud flic nrici'M im? ihe l.J "I I I fnp fin .lnwt 1 ln 1 binn are put up in an entirely HARDWARE ODDS AND KXDS We have a few articles left out of tin; bankrupt stock of Hand's, which are real bargains. J ron Tea Kettles, worth Te, for... 300 Granite iron Tea Kettles . 630 Full Nickel plated Tea Kettles, worth if 1.23, for 950 Tin Cups, 2 for : " 50 Odar Water Rails, worth .Tic, for 150 Steel Door Mots, worth $2.00 ...... 950 Rreud Raisers 750 Tin Dish Tans, down to 150 Granite Iron Dish J'ans, down to.. 480 In fact, all kinds of Tinware at money sa ving prices. We carry the largest line of Ladies', Misses and Children's Readymade Coats, Capes and Jackets to be found in the City. Ladies' y The W. V. JOHNSON SELLS TO A MONTANA MAN W. V. Jobnson of tho l'aist Side lias bargained to sell his home place, and will leave shortly on an extended trip throughout the Kast. The circum stances of this sale are interesting and worthy of note. O. A. Dane, tho real estate man, was conversing with a couple of East erners on the street Tuesday morning, when Mr. Johnson happened along and whs introduced to a Mr. Davis of Montana. "I lined to reside ill Montana," re ulied Mr. Johnson; "what part do you come from?" "From I Inorlodgo, " "Ves; why 1 used to run a dairy ranch near there ' years iio, " said Mr. Johnson. "What! Are you the Kcnllmnan who sold to llraz.il Lynch? Why, I have owned that very sumo farm for over -0 years." And the two men were mighty Kind to meet each other. Air. Ueed, a banker of Deerlodtje was with Mr. Davis, and tho party at once K(t into Mr. Johnson's wagon and were driven up the valley. Alter viewing Mr. Jiihnson'-i farm, Mr. Davis agreed at mice o take tho same at the purchase price of ti.'iH, making a deposit of WHM to bind the bargain. In relating the sale of his Montana farm to Air. Lynch about ' years ago, Mr. Johnson says he mid out there because lie wanted to get near a good school. Lynch arrived at bis home on a Saturday afternoon, and hearing Mint the farm was for sale, united until Johnson came home, and the next day walked over the farm. Johnson iiad made up his mind to reserve a fat hog and a barrel ot saner kraut when he sold the farm. Lynch mis pleased with the farm and was willing to give !?!lKHl for the place if Johnson would throw in tho hog and the kraut. "I'll do that if you will pay the i:t taxes due on the property," replied Johnson, "and here Agreed, said Lynch, is 'Ji to bind the bar gain." Johnson and bis wife went to Deer lodge the next week, and found Lynch it the appointed lour. The latter counted out Ills mils, tuim an nun. "Let mo have fUHi, he asked of a fi lend, wlio made the loan, and the Mde of Mr. Johnson's place was tin: promptly concluded. When Last, Mr. Johnson will visit his brother-in-law, J. li. Overt urt id Darby, Mont., and his two brothers. one, D, .M. .inn '.son HI i.ineroii. Iowa, and the other, James Johnson at Worcester, .V i. .Mr. Johnson u ill do missionary win k for Hood Kiver during his trip l ast, where lie has not been for -1(1 years. liis broth r -in-law, .Mr. Overtuif, is iu Hood Kiver this spring, at the time of theliood Uoads convention in Portland, to which lie went lis u dele gate from his bonutate, w here he has taken an active interest iu public ulfairs. He is at present a county commissioner. The Hood Kiver friends of Mr. Johnson wish him bun voyage, and hope he will return ami sp ud tlx rest of his days in the best little valley in Oregon Hood Kiver. .Mr. Johnson speaks very highly of Messrs Davis and Ueed, the new pro prietors of his farm. "Their word is as good as their bund, " says lie, "and you will llnd thiMu valuable men for the comuiiiiiitv. " Hood River Directory. Tin' itlnciiT dluvMry f Hhi Kiver city Hhd vailoy. ami map; showing lM-utUm f Is i ins, with own ors names, hvittiim or snvHitiN Htul tstunly ro;u1s, is now rrutly for ; ilwinhttiion. I'm.' SUM. tibtt'it-r, j H vt-r, org m. i River's Bargain headquarters for all kinds of Rubber Goods. We can you want in this line, from the smallest child's rubber hi west. We also have n leather-buttoned Rubber Root v for ilitpli work" mid t,hi like. new way and cannot help but GROCERIES We just have a few items left in the Grocery line, but each item is a bar gain. Gun Powder and Spider Leg Tea, per lb 250 Tomatoes, best grade, per case 2.00 Corn, best grade, per case . 2.00 Snyder'.? Catsup, regular 2"e bot tles, for 17140 Maple Sugar, per lb 150 Spices, half price. Saratoga Drips, -"-al. can 350 Suits from H ome of Low Prices. MAN KILLED WHILE UNLOADING PILING Frank McUoveru waa crushed to death Tuesday morning while unload ing piling for the trestle work of the Mount Hood Railway just east of tho O. 1!. & N. depot. McUoveru was as sisting to unload the piling when the bracing of the load gave way and ten tons of logs fell upon the young man crushing Ids life out instantly. Met inverti waa Bbout 111 years eld. He was formerly a member of a K. of i lodge iu San Francisco, but mes sages to that city have failed to locate relatives. AlcOoveru, it seems, had been shanghaied from Portlaud sever al months ago, and as soon hh he es caped from China, made bis way to Portland, and thence to Hood Kiver, where he secured work with Tillotson, the contractor of the Mount Hood railroad. ilia body lies iu the Iiartmeta un dertaking pallors, awaiting instruc tions lrom relatives, should they be found. Ortfimize a Junior (iuilil. A number of young ladies, met with Aliss linker Monday evening, Septem ber 2.", to organize what will be l.nowu as tho Junior St. Mark's Guild. Airs. Murray Kay w ill act as directress and the following olHcers have been elect ed for tho coming year: President, Misa Dane; viee president, Miss Hoad ley; second vice president, Aliss Ca mel; secretary, Miss Walton j treas urer, AIihs linker. The (inilil will work In the interest of St. Murk's Episcopal mission in Hood Kiver and starts with about Ki members. Any young ladies of this city who care to join tho organization w ill be heartily welcomed. An inter esting meeting waa held with Aliss Dano hist .Monday evening, and tho next meeting will be with M isslloadley on Monday, October l, at 7 :'M. Initial I in ace ef the Season. The lirst dance of tho season will be given by 0. K. McCalley on Friday evening, October 13. Air. McCalley 'a dances hn-l season were a decided success. A latge attendance will, therefore, lie expected on Friday evening of next week. Tickets, 81. U0. HOT BREAD M.uli' ii'oin White River ami Golden Crown I'loiir is fixsilv itssiniilatiMl. This is f;ootl tidings lo 1 1 1 iso to whom that delirious feast of childhood is but a memory. It is berause every tiny particle of White River and Golden Crown Flour has been treated by electrified or ionized air that it is more easily digested and absorbed by tho stomach. 'hie treatment frees the flour from certain oily properties of the hard wheat, while retaining all of its nutrition, and leaves it whiter, lighter and more wholesome than any other Flour. This white bread we talk of has a w hiteness and texture that is most appetizing; is delicately flavored, toothsome and most wholesome. There's a printed slip that goes with each sack which guarantees your sat isfaction or the cheerful refund of your money. Ask your grocer. STRANAHAN Selling 3 C FAR Store One Price to All (lull nnd wo them. Phev i be water proof. Rife Ruoy Soap, 8 bars for 250 El $5.00 up ti TO BUILD SAWMILL NEAR GOLDENDALE Special to the Glacier. Ooldendale, Wash., Oct, 4. Tl:e Klickitat White Pine Lumber Co. will build a large mill here in the near future, and will coustruct a railroad to tho timber to haul the logs to the mill. This will bo a great improve ment for Goldendalo, as it it will give employment to a number of men. Commissioner J. P. Egan of White Salmon and John Wyers, the popuh.r road supervisor of District No. 4, are in town on business before the com missioners who are in session this week. The commissioners will be in session for about two weeks, and a treat deal of business will como bo fore the board this term. C. 1). Alooro ia in town on business before the board. The matter of the White Salmon ferry road will be up before the board, and Air. Alooro is here to represent his side of the busi ness. Superior court will convene next Tuesday. There will be no jury in at tendance this term. The numerous rains have brought the fall wheat up and gnus is starting on the bills, making feed for the stock. W. S. Warwick la in Spokane this week on business. PREPARING FOR LECTURE COURSE The advertising matter for the coin ing musicale and lecture course to be given this fall ami winter hus been re ceived from the Great Western Lyceum Bureau of Salt Lake City, Utah. The lirst entertainment of the series will be given October IS, when The Parland-Nowhall company will present a most varied and unique prrgram. Alcssrs. Parland and 'ewhall have both lieeu identified with leading quartets and have had wido experi ence in bell ringing. In lUcember, Dr. V. C. Iiruner cf Chicago will lecture. Dr. Urnner i & SHEETS Agents fl 38 ay fi il Wood For Sale All Kinds vJc .'--cwest Market Price. Prompt .delivery, phone. Murray KilJ'. For Sale MISCELLANEOUS. For Knlt'-Tcuni, wcitfhitm i'U), irm to puli, genii; wiignn tni'i httrncsM. St W.Ufiniicr. O'Jti For Sfilf HoiiM'Imitl t'ni'uHnre. Kivt hltx'k weM nf J1nH(Toilie,1 nt Hit resulfiipt- ot'T. s. Weekly. o2-i , J(r Sale V. It. V, Kuinnr. For Hnli Two Milch cows. Apply HerMmer. to .1. L For Hale Italia 11 i ihich, hup cent- 11 pnunri dollvcrcil In town; less if soW m t tn-oi chiipi. Flume KantHT-t' Hxl. Twin ( nkn I'mthi. m IiOKt Sfvon-Wfi k oN) I'olrtiid China pin; es caped from pen, Ht Uiin lo 1'. IK lUini iohh for reward. ol2 Wanted To exchange one noud wa-jon for wood or hay. Morgan litus. nli' For Hale Hay and -Moot wood at J. W. Jenkins piaee. oI'. For Sale IKK) trunny Mirk, at J. W. Jenkins by Frank Fo-vstuin?. ol-j For Sale I'ijrrs and a small hand of Angora KouIh by Geo. Korden. dj For Sale or Tr;i(iiOne bt'iivy wsnrMi; will (rude for a KrublmiK machine. Apply to J, W. strong Odell. oi:; For Sale We have some jjoorl youni hnr. s, suitable for farming, for wile cheap. 'IVan.der A Livery Co. oT For Rale cheap -Two lanro v We don't, need iliem rmw, as wt on or write Davidson Fruit Co. ifes, jrffod rs new. have a vault. C.iil r-::i For Sale One buy team and h:irnesp, wt. 2'.)Q llw.; ftuaranteed to lie true and sound. One :-m. wafon bitted with (mister ypri'iv.s; one -liorse Hprinjy tooth cultivator; one IhsMi'im"! inenrator and brooder, 'M) eapaciiy. All avi teles a'tnost (food as new. Cull on or phone me. Karl I'rather. For Kale NunilK-r of nice yountr Plymouth Rock chickens. Min. J. If. Shoemaker. o5 For Hale A two-sealed rig. or yon rimy call ItalUht delivery uwni, will lie .-old very cheap, aw we have no room to keep it. Wilt take wood or hay in ex'ehane; price !" '. Koeklord store. I ;o REAL ESTATE. For S ile- Kiflem ilm Will Con-true!. d clear s liind, m.Miipi nine il ui' ioi-. sires, F. W. Aliens. For Sale-House .slid lv hmIi. Hoiir-e i-i l .' w ill chicken lot jind hniw. ff'.HM); lour e;us' llf. e uu bot:: H. I ;. trade nr Iiiiim nun -in et v : n i -! i; , i.i 1 .: . SlOUdown M.'i M p r n:o:it . Ivji.Me . W. l'aiOhii ot at Halt wl.ti': .illu-e, ;:i -: , i For Milt I-'. a'-P-- iii.-i-el - tiiii' ifii' i Cleiied. I'r.c", eie-i, i.i: f i i . .1 o. Foi Sd'e 'I en, ; i i-. ; ;( Clovei; H en;tii(1; 'i;: .1 : U'lfil. ! .' . . 1 H. F. It. no. 1. ic For wale, .'10 acres nf lite oiv'inrd land :id JolnlnK new coui. !y road; all under dileb; acres cleared; wi:i tnk. cmiti net to cumc ;fl tf hind it con tractor pe-ire. fail on 1 r write A. Schiller, It. F. 1. No. I. o -r For Sale Five neiv-j irri;itled ianil -J'., nuies wesl of I rri;;on; m inla!' ;'l vilhm.'! i'mi-ot Hnlee; W eali, balance .s'fM n y a inenlH. Oenild K. Wood, Gem, blah" Notice to Contractors. 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II. silolvM AK l.:t, ic'l o'i - Sci ii'hu-y, IX THE I.'IH'NTV roI'llT il "IIIKSTArlllil ' III HIXI V. OlU'.liil.N Kill WAS" In tin1 inalli'r nl' ihe rs!:tti ll' IVlVt'S lljV.'I'S, (U'frasi'il. Cllation. 'I'o.loilll livi'l's, .hum:-; I in'l'-. . "A i'.v. :! 1 I'lvcm. May I1. -iimuit. .I.k'I ltv.;n JoSi'pll IllVi'l'Si, Willliilll I.'IS. -ill'i; I!--'" 1'i'rry A. IUvcrs. .lolm H-niy I'.( i, l.ui llivi'is, Corn Slraiulil. Miv. .'l;niii's iiiihs anil Hi'iiti in' r.nu'li-li. ami : 1 1 1. !.'. ol i; I'liic ttovr I-;. I'loiii'h. li li ami i:i' ,-i i of Imvt'S IliYl'l's, 1,'i'i n-i'it, anil ail oliuT til known ln'irs, il-'U-n-: an. I !".'. tj" s ol ai ili-i'ca Ji'd. yit'i'tnii:: I n the iiiiim' ol tin' -! ale ol i in'.-oi': Vouai ht'ii'hy ciii'd ami ii'iiim il lo a pi ai in i! (.'oiinly Conn of llir !al' nl ' 'iriitii ior W'-i-. connly, at the Nnvi-nil.cr h rni oi ;(;,1 ill I ill' court room I hi t'i'i if, al liiiM. v Ci! . i saui connt, on .MondaV, III"' '.lit 'Uv c . i N vi'inlar. l!ri,al '.' o'rl.,i U in li.i all nwoni that (hi , than itml 1 1 . . - '.' In ho'V ra'ivt., il a i I'Xisl. why an onicr of -.!" vi.ih; ! nn'. I lliilile of tin- li nl i-lal" M'-iiihl lo he -i.l li aci'orilani'i' Willi t lu pra . -r . 1 l a- .!,' n": . Ihci'Xi'l'lllol s. , i;. Ni ll iil'.l M . I'. N, If in tofori' llltil ill t li is cann'. inn! u n:i-,i -,c. astala is silu.iHi In W'hm'o iai.n, o-.m anil (h'si-nhi'il as li illnu -i. In w il: I oin nirlli'luii al lla' .N o:i Ii a i".: I'.a'iaro! 11: Nortlicasi 1 1 na it ft oi si'--iiah j;. in Tp .' nm 1 1 rnnao Hi iasi or 1 1 , ,- WiIiih-:Ii- nn nm i rnnninii thala-a souln ry, chains, ili a,' oasl 11.11:1 I'hitllis; ihriac horlli la, J, rhaiii ttll'lll'l' Wist 1 .t,:i i-hiaiis o IP.' pnih! ,il li, Kiiuiini; nlainiii' 1 a.-n s, nio f or li -s. This cllation is iMM''! to oiil'-r oi' Hi county cotirl ol Wa-ro roaiiU. nv"'!i. h lion. A. I.nlif, roiniH .iiiii'.,'', ihi.-i.l " Ihe Juil day or i ii'li.liir. in', ana nh, :m l.s II I1H1C 111 " I lie 1! I II, i r ( , j.i.-ii a h" .' : paper ol m-hern I e:ii'u!i;l Ion I'liansli'i! .', . :, i in esalti couiily ami -lale, am! puaiie w i ai ; ko mailt' in coinpiianee with ihe iiim.-, i Nlllti order lor fotir SUeee-i " H l'l V. s , t iie hi- laihllealion of Ihis cilaltoli Ihe Jin! u i v i tleloher. A. li. !"IS. Wltnessis the lion. A. :. l ake, indL'e sn id c.uini y conn, wi: h i he .-a ! ei -.aid n an MlJixed, this Jntl dav ol t aa eaa , :i i M Ml.ihs Hiii.l'iiN, oft a llnv (I.IK a popular speii'ter and pulpit, i.n.tor. II is lectures are highly npul :r v, il h hiinilreds of old tol-lier mid ooiv (iranil Army nuiii will u-iiit to be:.V 1)1111. lie is a member of ?.li ;el 1V-I, No. -HI, of Chicago and i.N.i I.. a, to tll llnck Kiver ( n;,iei " t ' ot t l.r Methodist l''.pi.sfo id ('.'.inch, iiliiit.is. A line program wi,. l e ieielMoil in l-'obriiary, giien l.y l ll ut iih t li ; 1 1 1 - hteud, a splendid and iiitelli., er. Mr. 1 'In m.-t iin I is a i oi el III II lid s' leadei at Clintaitqii'is!, ("ist ami vt -;. tile pleasing in niauiinr and iiu't. i r ol fact, be is nil right . Tho best company of erhn'iil t.dt i.t will appear in A nl, when he l i : giison's IH.vie jubilee coin ell t en, p int will como. They lei le-ent the he..ii est type of roilege-l lid nei.ro ih';.. ists. Among them will be Neaie (leiti'.e.e lluekner, soprano; lit lie Stone, cen trallo, and Lillian Uuard. piaiii:!. Mr. V. C. Hiickner is in'inaci r m ,i basso. This entnitainmeiil uillsiuel, lind hearty support. Tho management have mint her een ing in view u.-t yet proviiietl for. "These entertainment.! are net, se cured as a inoney-ui. .king ;t :.cne and if tho oonunitteo in i b.n-g " me a! le to paj expenses they are sat Ulied, " says nn interested wot Iter in tin: cause. "For a long time our pee le i,;ue iK - sircd a course like II ee pmpi;-, ,-. above, and it is hepi ,1 .-a cure pee interested in tlie m ei.ii ." nal bettermoiil of.oiu eu y ready and hearty I'ssj.t .ee "ihe ladies of t i e ( .... church have nndi i l iken Inent, 1 lit they i t la", i other progressive towns ;u can easily do. 'I hey hs.te With tfreHt OHIO to sel l, I, ranked as one of the ! tickets are 81. ."0. A I net singed for tickets. I i.tv needed. ' id lileh'i ! nill f li.i. ej , Found. Koi n 1- liiewn Kanioii.'t hotel. Real Estate Bargains. AT THE EMPORIUM.. 4 room ciittiitm. Kant 45 by VtO feet of Lot 2 block ii, l'ai'kliui-bt, $1050; $750 ensh. IIiiiihu nml two lots in liurrett-Sipma Iplilitiiill. $7W1. 40 acres at .Mount H-od for cale, run nin;; ...") mi acre. On tlie county road opposite Kaldwin'i'. Fine businesa lot on main street for fHIOiJ on installment, or $1500 cash. ti'i acres at Ui linont, 11 acrea in cul tivation, cottafic unci outbuildings, 150 apple trees, 2 acres strawberries, 2 acres alfalfa, $131)0; $750 or more cali. .New (S-roonied eottne, patent bath and elo:et, four lots, 3 blocks from depot, center of town, $2100; terms reasonable. Two lots centrally located, $550. Two It tH, new (i-rooiiied liouso, patent bath and closet, 3 blocks from depot, center of town, $1 700. Two-story 8-rooined cottage, lot 70 by 110, on the bill. $l-'00; terms reasonable. l'i ir Sale 100'. acres pine timber; 1 saw mill, cute 20,0o0 per day; 1 planing mill, capacity 30,000 feet per day; 1 store and stock of merchandise, about j.'!,500; 1 hotel and contents; 1 saloon building, rented ; 3 bouses, rented; 10 bead horses and liitrncss ; 9 road wag ons, ",! H; 1 longing truck; 5 pair sleighs'; '10 head ca'ile; 50 head bogs; (ion feet lumber; L'000 cords wood. All located at and near llilgard, Or. For Sale New two-story 9-room bouse; Stranabn-. mMitiou ; $1100; terma easy. I I acres across the road from the M. M. Davenport residence. $00 per acre. Terms easy. A 40 acre tract, unimproved, some l-t'f irrigating water, 1 j miles from Bar ett school house, $1,1(10. Manna bouse and lot, $2,000. Kor Sale The Henderson ranch, for ncrly owned by J. K. (ialligan; 00 acre. -;;0" cleared; orchard; strawberries; lover and timothy; well irrigated ;large .'-slorv mansion, new barn ; all fenced. 'rice $10,000. lirook runs through ranch. :a.-v terms; telephone; rural delivery, r'rmr miles from Hood Kiver. One cout ranch on mountain east if valley on county road. Price $1,500; uis small bouse, running water, and ia iciici d. Terms, easy. For Sale lli'diitiful lots in Park addi tion, cooler of town, from $200 to $300. S. 1'iO acres at White Salmon; tine timber land ; $10 an acre. :i. The n-acre place in (.'rapper neigh bnrliootl, knou n as the Kenshaw place; all improved; new buildings, etc. Lots 10, 11, 12, block 5, Wuueoma ad dition; improved; price $1,ti(M); Yi or more cash, balance, 1 year, 8 per cent. Small bouse and lot on hill to rent, $24 n year; two vacant lots with privilege of purchase $20 a year for the two. l or Sale Residence on State street at he. el of l-ront; $2,500, including 3 lots. l or Sale or K.vi'hange for Hood River properly Fine residence in business cen'er of Siiuipter. Money to loan. . Ten acres improved, on White Sal mon river; $1000. 21 a. at Fraiiktun; improved; $2200. First-class Surveying Outfit At Ihe Emporium are kept 2 first-clase ! transits and solar attachments, and the pioprietor, a practical surveyor, is pre pared to do the work of laving out acre a.",' properly in lots and blocks, and do ing all kinds of surveying and platting, .mil N UOI.ANP 11KXDKHSOX, City Engineer. Bids for Wood il':my kind will he reeelve'l by th Vlento -'h nl district., U tt Thursday, October 12, w.i'i-i iniit hi1 drlivcrod In m'IiimiI hoiwe sIkhI. 1.: W. C. UedileN, Clerk, Ecoms To Rent N'f. y i'urnisl'.rd Cnnit room, with board; i!:,hir ;,, two. Mrs. Kntrlcun, Kourlhand !;iif vllVrlS. oa l i1 : 1 1 1 n 1 oum', in ( rapper district, free to " I '.li.' i:iiiv who will loi'k al'U'rthe place uid i hive rat during t Iu; wiater. -M it' Louise (Joddard. Wanted S'ntiti il oiini initio Shepard dog or pup. 'In i in '. Murray Ktty. o'JIi W;,nlr'l-A pvt. yonna mini (single), to i i . i I Willi : i cretc unit lenrn n eootl paving n iiitss, i nil snndiiy, !i lo 1'J, Mount iIimhI ml. . 1 . 11. (lill.iun. trX 'inti'i! - .'I'o iriele .li'i'sey eow for hay. In ll 1 1 . li. V. Sin illl, K. K. II. No. 2. o"l l.'i -At oliee, , N. iliowcrs. Ilotlscwork. (6 .1.-1- A i n wan! iiliiiihi .viiinilT farmer with wife and no i h lilai'e to i-aro fur farm with ev 1. (eKxl refert'tift'S. AtttlrcHS Gia- Lost. -i limwn Nortolli a4-k't botwwn Twin t;mn ;nid 'own, Fritluy. Leave at (iia Mi nid'l hftwt'wi Willurdsand hrano ' Whin ilmon river, ti watch and Fin. ! .,nf notify A.M. Kichtnoml . M'.hnwU Itl.lg., Tortland.or. iitiy's smull silver nin-n-face watrh. k it id, ik;. ir depot. Kindt-r p ease vi, tn .Mt.-s !Vi.t tny Strayed. 1 f'nt' iio-i L'r'ty mar-?. Weight "1 n itui'N, iihtim In yems old. Hrnn d- K .mi i n sho ilder. liurns Bro;. oifi Notice. f ir ihe ar.vst nnl ronviction i Mttt'i'ipt- to hhout ny dog? (tr : i n my pieoiisi's. i:. n.siiKiwun. Notico a.lc I all f ill lie Kivcn nt the Odd Oii-'ll Thanksffivintr nifht.l M. Cameron, A. T. limine. ood choppers wanted A'-t.lt "oi conls of wooil meat, l-fool length. i"e "in in a lo.ils liirnislieil. :e., ml lex out il 'i isi'le. i IlKsi'KNT I Kt'lTCo. Big Sale of Land. t 'u u nit leu tiert' Iniet of firtt-olnss ''!' or i : 1 1 it loin) at r, littryuin? Il so, ' '" '!.' U. Toner Itirni near cliyof I i; r. tr. I'l-ris. .hist plnent on the i.. 1.,. s,,i,l in iois to salt, fall at tlie or any r. iil esiat,. linn in Mood Kiver. t HANK Mi I'AKl.ANII, ' is 1 l.'lili stnv:, l'ortlund WOOD FOR SALE. ! l'e pared to furnish mill and slab !, also ether kinds of wood. 1 h-ivo a new steim wood saw and am prepared to do sa w ing. Also do general , team work. FRED HOWE, Time 121.