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HOOD BIVER GLACIER THURSDAY, MARCH 22. 1806.
-CORRESPONDENCE PINE GROVE A. I. Maann la building a houee on big place, which will be occupied by W. F. Lobb, who will work for blm during toe summer. Ralnh Voabera. who has been grub bing on Dr. Tuker'i place, left the latter part of tbe week (or Kantaa. J. L. Swank'a seven-year-old girl fell down, Sunday, and broke her arm at tbe wrist. Dr. Damble was called and the last report the child was do 'ing as well as could be expected. About two months ago she suffered from a severe attack of append ioitlg. Mr. McDuffy, travelling salesman for the American dobbins Association of Cbioaso. called at the Pine Orove store last week. The nellina mutoh between Pine Grove and OdolL last Friday evening, resulted In a victory for OdelL Mar inn Knrmt.on the Pine Orove team, stood the tent noblv. but hrfr TOUtb could not stand long against the vet erans of the Odeil team. The winning toam accented the nhallenae to meet the losera at home In three weeks. It in to be tbe best two out of three. ltemember Odell, "he laughs best who luughts lust." - Born, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Grames, CmInn Muswili Itt o aavan hMinrl alrl. This beiug a little girl makes her very welcome among tbe six orotners. B. R. W. Pine tirovetirang-e Meets. Pine Grove Grange No. 35, met In their hail,. March 17, 1906, and held their sixth regular meeting. I'M at tnndauoe was not as large as usual, owing to too much spelling contest and a bull at Odell the previous night lint tbe 'enthusiasm and interest showed no signs of waning, and with a short program, we had some time for discussion and under good or tne or dor we bad a lively debate on- grange ball and bow to get it." All agree a ball is noeessary, so a commit tee of five was elected to devise ways aud moan to build it. , Our delegates from the county con vontlon made a report of good , work done there, which has already been published, and shows they were wide awake to their duly and Hood River will be in. tbe race for tbe next state convention. . . - ? After a 15 minutes recess tbe follow ng prorgam was rendered : " Song-" Work for the Night Is Com Ing", everybody joined In tbe sing ing. Keoitntlon, "Der Spldor und Der Fly," Mabray Jackson. Discussion Strawberry culture in Fast Hood River, whioh was ably han dled by David Thorn, in which be told of bis experience in growing ber ries. It was interesting and tbe dis cussion brought out the faot that al though East Hood River grows large line berries they are not so early, honce tbe average price reoelved is no go good. IieolUtlon The Bridge Keeper's Story, by Arleue Wiuohell.was sweot patbetlo story, beautifully told and well rendered. Discussion House Cleaning, by Mrs. Mhsoii. In the discussion of this all-absorbing question to the house keeper a few plaos were laid and rules pat forth to aid the sisters in tbe spring work. So the borne may not be thrown into state oi contusion and disorder during house cleaning. One of tbe geutletnen suggested on tbe first preliminaries to bouse clean ing was for the Good Master to go away on a business trip, but tbe la dies protested that the proper place for him was at home plying tbe tack puller and carpet stretcher. A Yale college song oy tne nuui sis ters, Mrs. Jarvis and tbe Misses Mary and Lulu Hunt, was a decided "hit" iudaing from tbe rousing encbores hv received. Alter tbe closing song, - sailing Down Life's River", tbe Grange closed, all voting it a most profitable and well spent evening. Tbe following is a partial program for onr next meeting, March 31. Boll call witb response, a snort cur rent event. 1 Paper How to grow celery, Al- pbonse Mobr. Paper-My favorite soups and bow to make them, Mis. P. A. Cox. Debate Kesolved, tout iiw nens are more profitable than three onws. Af firmative: Kdltn wincneu, Airs. Hanks. Jessie Mobr. Negative: Frank Dethraan. Chas. Lage, Peter Mohr. Mrs. Julia Brlggs-Knapp will speak at Pine Grove on Woman Suffrage, as soon as the weather will permit. Tb date will be announced later. Ollie M. Mason, Grange Reporter. BARRETT. What 60 bens did during 1006: Fifty hens of the Plymouth Rock variety produced 6,952 eggs which brought in cash $121.10. Chickens sold for market, W.65. Thirty pullets prepar ed for nse at sixty cents eaob, 9. Twenty-five bushels of hen manure sold at 29 cents per bushel, $oV2T. Total reoeipts, 154. Grain fed to hens, including -beef scraps, $14.61. Net $109.30 or $2.18 profit per hen for the fear. These hens were kept in tbe yard tbe year round. This is a piet ty good showing. Now Mrs. Bray ford of Rock ford store has got just sucb Plymouth Rook ben and she in rites you to inspect ber chicken yards..' ..-' The boys of West Cropper, and Soutb Crapperwitb a sprinkling from the Bar rett district, on Wednesday evening serenaded the borne of Lue Densmore, who lately returned witb a bride from the eastern, states. Tbe boys serenad ed.in good shape, and Mr. Densmore tipped tbeboys very liberally. The boys then" wended their way to Judge Bray ford's store, where they enjoyed their smokes, candy and nuts. Good lor tbe boys. Let your hearts be mer ry in the days of your youth, for old age will come when you will not take pluasuie in serenading, but rather en joy tbe warm hearthstone. J. T Barnett, tbe Tiling bjack smi'b, bas taken short lay off and gone with bis team, tbe black and tbe gray, to work on tbe farmors' dltob. Teams are needed and the work is very lrapoitant. We must have water. Professor Thompson butobered a nice fat bog on last Saturday. Pro fessor says be likes the home cured bacon. So do J. T. Shear intends to raise a lot of chickens this year aud is uow erecting nice obioken bouse, so as to take good care of his stock Rockford received another car load of very floe hay, this week. It is juet goiog like not cakes, so ir you neea bay you bad better get it at once, as tMs Is tbe last oar Rockford will get this season. C. K Maikbam is on tbe sick list witb the giip and Westley bas bad tbe mumps, but Ma and the little Tads keep up and out of bed. D. A. Perry has I en ted the C. Wal lace place and it moving on to it. Well, D. A., you are welcome to tbe freedom of Rockford avenue. Wbon a minister of the Gospel stands iu that place most sacred, namely tbe house of God, and com pares his members like onto a lob ster, lnt him rest assured that he cannot win mn unto God. The pul pit Is no place to air your loeiiogs. it seems to me that a man filled witb tbe spirit of Christ and love for men will suiely win men to Christ, and if they r.re not along these lines the soouei tbey step down and out of tba mlnii-lry, the better it win oe. uei a ( rd to the wise be sufficient. Uau(.lds4 Dun have several oou traits to clear up land In oui neigh bor!: ocd. Tbey are regular bustlers. All they need Is a little better pay foi their work. Would call your attention to what Counly Clerk, a Bolton, says, tbut tbe I oeks will lie cioeea, April w. So new U your time to reigster, so that you can vote without having to swear in your votes on election day. Call at Rockford aud register. 4-? ,' : AKtfAuw.' I'PT DUKES VALLEY. Thnun who Imagined tbey were iu the lap of spring, have changed their mlnHa in Mm hint two weeks and they find themselves still sitting on the tail eud of old winter. But the best of us are bound to get fooled now and then. All kinds of work is 1 1 a standstill. Tbe ground is frozen too hard to grub or oloat laud. The saw mill bas been chut down on account of tbe oold and we cannot farm, but we can out stove wood and keep tbe stove warm, aud that beats sitting around and kicking tbe country down and wishing we were In Texas. Arkansas, or some other nonntrv. When we think of the bllz zards of Montana and other eastern states, snd the sand storms of eastern Oregou and Washlntgon, we are glad wa are right here in Hood River. There are probably other places more agreeable to live In than here, but we Mm not there, so there is no use to kirk about it. . All the surplus hay in the valley bas beon sold, snd some are navmg 10 g. to other Darts to buy hay. Now where la f.ha nun that said last fall. that pen nie could not get rid of their hay ; thnt thnv could not even give it away A cortain man was heard to make that remark last fall at baling time. Baled hT rannnt be brought for loss than from $12 to $14 per tou, and loose hHy from $11 to $1:1 nei ton. and very fcaroe at that. Raise all tbe bay you pant it will sell. We have beard the cry for the last three years that people are going into lb" hey business too heavy. But nevertheless hay still sells at a good price. W. G. Dodson bas sold or traded his rauoh in tbe south end of Duke's val ine and will move awav from hero as soou as the weather gets warmer. 3cS.c.c..j Our Big' Leader If your blood is thin ana im pure, you are miserable all the time. It is pure, rich blood that invigorates, strengthens, refreshes. You certainly know Sarsaparillaj the medicine that brings good health to the home, the only medicine tested and tried for 60years. A doctor's medicine. "I ow nij llf, without doiiM. t; Ayff SnnmpurilU. Il la most "ilortiil i.ir'll cum hi llio wotlil fftr imrvoiisi'' My cm e ii permanent, unit I cannot IlianS "i"";.ll-1 Matt. Iki. i HcWm.i., Newark. N.J. SI 00 a twills. 4. 'c. AY Kit 10, A'l-lrniM-t.. f0j. 1 Door Health li mawatjy r-r.r t I Laxative doses of Aver s i-ms om.i nlcht preatly aid tho f.ars? COLD .1 Ti. ("Wnnhan went to Walla Walla luut wank, where he exoects to work during the summer and probably next wtuter. flonruH A MuRsev. who is teaching In thn rafn in school at Salelll. Was down visiting bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. r. Li. Maesey, lam namrtjuy mm Hun day. Willin Undue had the liiisfortillie to fall and badly sprain me of his wrints last week. - Fay Carnahnn is Investing in some full blooded Plymouth Rock chickens. Our sohool is closed awia on ac count of the sickness of our teacher. Snow is still falling at tho present writing, and it looks as if we might have some winter weather for some time yet. BESIDES SELLING YOU ONE FULL POUND of Best Benzo-Boratb Perfumed Talcom Powder for 25c., WE GIVE YOU FREE ONE BEAUTIFUL POWDER PUFF This guarantee! absolutely puro powder alone usually sells for twice thin amount. SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOW HEIR a CASS SMITH BLOCK 13 Cwi RELIABLE DRUGGISTS As watclv specialists , Satisfacttioini .,. :;t A word that means much to the ones who carry a watch. It is especially applicable to Satcries Laraway W For increasing sales demonstrate their ability to ren der perfect service LARA WAY'S The Watchmaker and Jeweler SMITH BUILDING HOOD RIVER WHITE SALMON. KKOM Till! KVTKKPKINU. At last White Sulruoii is to have a bank, and we are going to have it right soou. A gentleman arrived here 1'uesday from way dosui cunt, iu Maine, and mado his arrangements to open a bans: here. It will be tempor ally established in C. M. Wolfurd & Co. 's store, hut a building will be erected as soou as possible. The bank will be known a the White Salmon Valley bank aud will be backed by the Oregon bavingH & Loan Association, of Portland. Home of the stock will be taken by people In town and iu the valley. A building of brick or con crete will be erected just us goon as the materials can be gotten together. Tho bank willjbo a solid iuhtitutiou lluancialiy. Supplies have been or dered from Portland and are due to arrive now. Among the supplies is a safe that will cost nbont 01. MX) and weighs about 4,.r0U pounds. It is the finest kind of burglar pi oof safe made. Messrs. W'ado Dean and M. Thorn ton, owners aud mnnugnrs raspeetive-l- of tbe two local telephone lint's. were interviewing a mumber of the citizens of White Salmon the pa-t week in tho matter of consolidating all the local lines iu this sertiou and forming a telephone company to man age tbe business under ktiie general system. They met with -sultioiont en couragement Irom n number of our citizens aud tliey liave expressed tlieir decision to go ahead and -inroiiioitito their telephone company and have the promise of enough suYipoic In the way of subscription stock that will place it on a sound linauciiu basis, lliore are now about liiO miles of telephone wire ill pse by these to companies and with the uddit!0m strength that will be given it under a reorganiza tion and constilidutio'j the business of the line will be doubled in sixty days. We are glad to note the bright pros pects for th's new enterprise and hope tbe orgauU'.Htii'B will reap their ehuie of the Increased prosperity which is sure to follow this new move. Our usual Harch cold snap is on us but it will ":npi last long. The warm Spring days will fol low which will turn our thoughts to Spring and Su m mer wants and necessities. But talking about snaps we have as snappy a lot of early Spring and Summer Goods as was ever gather- ed from the four corners of the Earth in one 1 1 in ii hunch "' ' ' ;i Look tins ovor ami 00 -no to ns with the fixed idea of Roping the prettiest lot , , r goods .that has been your good fortune to see. Linens are very popular mid we have as follows: India Linen at from 12 to 300. Butcher Linens from 250. np Linen AVaistinys and Suiting, .'U in. wide, np to 500. Linen Finished Goods in White, Blues, Tans from 15 to 350. - Table Linens and Damasks from 350. to $1.50. The $1.25 and $1.50 are Pure Linen, Beautiful Patterns and are 72 inches wide. irinjr Suitings nte exceptionally pretty and prices tire very reasonable considering the quality. DRESS GOODS OflDnAinEmCC " A beautiful line of Embroideries and Laces that con tiVlDKUlUtKlC3 tain real values. Just arrived, a new lot of Nottingham Curtains in White and Cream Patterns; they are very pretty at $4.00 and $4.50 per pair. Nottingham Lace for curtains by the yard as well as Curtain Scrim, Swiss and Fishnet at prices from 150. up. Do not forget our Peerless Patterns. They are the Latest and most improved, 5, 10 and 16 cents each. LACE CURTAINS PATTERNS CRAPPER. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chandler start ed 011 a visit to Mrs. Chnndlor's aunt, Mrs. Bhrum, near Antelope, ou last Thursday. They wont by pi l?ate con veyance. Mrs. Vrealnnd and children and Miss Maggio Jautzen returned to Port land ou Monday of last week, after visiting fur some time with their mother Mis. C. Jautzen. Mr. Bud Mrs. Lock niovod to tho N. B. Jordan furm, last week. Road Supervisor lien Eadleman, commenced work ou the road on Mon day of this week. A valuable horse belonging to Mr. Caldwell, died Jufct week. Mrs. (J. A. McCurdy entertained a paity of young Crapperites very pleas antly ut her homo on last Fir day ev ening. t ; ! . liar. Pevhlson preached at the Crap per school house on ast Sunday af ternoon, -t UNDERWOOD. At a meeting hold. Saturday it was decided to accept the'propositiou made bv the railroad company to build a now road to the boat lauding. This wjll relievo the company from building an expensive culvert over the -present road. The people are pleased, as ttie new road will lie snorwr. netcer and can be used at any stage of -water. Work has started up again on the camp section of the grade, w hich work was stopped some time ago, pending a settlement with the Menominee Lumber Co., for right of way. Mr. M untie, who bns the contract for hauling 5000 ties Irom the Keeley i, Dubois place, has quite a pile on the right of way just west of the store. Rev. J. L. Ilershner of Hood River, held services at the school house Sun day. Thirty two scholars in our Sun day school now. We uow and then see a land looker who has niauaged to escape the Hood Hiver "philanthropists iu renl es tate." Let them oome, more people is all we need over here. o nave everything else already. Will Underwood was seen ou the streets Mon.iuy iu a new spring suit. Mr. Smith, our merchant, is at the Locks, somewlmt under tne weatuer, but hopes to be back soon. Mr. Clark of Cascade Locks, v. here Saturday for a few hours. Amos Underwood was a Stevenson visitor. Monday. Amos believes iu being tbe early bird, alright. t'ONTF.sr NOTICE Department ir the Interior, llnltel stalea .tttiti OUieo. The. hulli-n, Orenon, Mare.h 10. !JU.-A tmllli'kiH imitrst iitliilnvit IiuvIiik hven lllctl In thtit "lllee hy Atnly M Ueatty. ntesiMnt, iifftiinsl huint-HU'inI entry o. lSJKii, iiimle Miui-h 10, 1H);, fur M-'.'- seetiun 29, towtixlil i I, smith, nin-je 10 h. W. M., by JiiiMCT v. wall, I'tmirsiee, in wnicii u i allfKeil that mill Juiiifs K. Wall ha entirely titminliini'it Mint enir.v ur mix mounts am. lHHt iihd that Hutu me no lm(irov"iitenta thereon: lliai sitlil till' it"'l anwnce wits notdue o lilw einitlovini.n' In the a1 niw-iiitvy tir iiw- r 1 ne winiH of the I'll Unl Smies 1n llmetif WHr. Siiitt imi ties lire hvr, hy nouieil to appear, re- Kiond and oiler eviiti tice loneniitg miin aue ifatlou tit 111 o'clock a. til. on M-mv 4, 1'.KIli, bettire (icortiB i. I'riilher, u i;.r. t oiiitiilK-t'inei., at lilHoiliee In Jloo'l HI vt'f, oreiroii, and that Until hcurliiK will tie held at IU o'clock a. m. on May 11, VA hi fore the llinMer and Uecelier at the Dulled Males Land oillce In The Dalles, llreiron. The mi Id iniitesuiiit having, In proper aflda vlt, tiled Kctiriiai-y -J7, W).i, pet forth factH which s'tow that ufler due dllllKence personal service of this noMi-e rantiot he made. It Is herehy oi dered und dlreeied Ihat such notice be given t'V due pllhlieal loll. MIC'HAKI. T. NOUN, Keglsler opoe 3 G DRUG: Patent Medicines Stationery IThntMT i.Htid Act, .limp 3, 1K7S. NOT1CK FOR l'UHUOATION. tTnlH'il Ht;Hts r.nnd OHlce, Hie Dalles, Ore (Cni, .Mun-ti I'.'ttti. Notit'w In hereby given Unit In eoinitmtnee with the provlnlonH of the nrX of ctHtKtH'sx (i . I une ;i, Ifiiu. en tuled "An wt fur tin) Hale of limber hinds in the atutoH of California, Un'on, Nevmlti find Wahlii)ton lrrliiny," us fxtt'iuicil to all the 1'ubllc Land Mules hy net of AiikhhI 4, IS!1-.', LOUH il. CAMCUKLL, of I'ortlnnd, enunty of Multnomah, slate of Oregon, hux tl.ls tiny tiled In this oMU.h hln hWiirn HCiii'tneni No. 2i-t7, for the purchiiHe of the N K1 . of st cf Ion -Jl, in townfthlp a, N. lanu'ett K. W. M,, ami wjll oiler proof to tthow that the hiinl fhimiit is ntoie nlunb!e tor ItH tt in ter or tone (loin lor ttKiicultnnil pur iHiMis, mid to (stHbii.sh hln eh.tin to Httid Ijiiut before the H''nis'er nii llecelver ftt The lalle, Orison, oii ure 3.'tlh day of May, tlHNt. He names as witnesses Louis MrHrt flood lilver, nreiion; V. 1'. Kmut, Hood Uiver, Ore gon; I', linn, I'oriland, OregoL; Jchn A. Kumlord, Portland. i)n'Koi. Any and all iwmmoiim elalmtug adversely the a ho deseribfd lands ure eo.ueKl'd to tile their elainix In thU ttitiee on or before said tfith dav if Mmv VMti. MLaly MiCHAfcJL T. NOlAN,KegtKter. iioTirK nut runucATioN Itepartmenl oi the Interior, InlleJ States Land tulleo, TIi.t Intllt-M, retfon, March 10, iHtti. Notice is hereby uien that the follow intr mimed neuler has tiled notiee of bin in tention to miik'1 lintd proof in support of his clatui, anil that hftnl pro d will he made bv fore the lietiNicr und Ihreivcr at The Dm Hun, Oregon, on May 71 h, lsiii, vli. j N l- LM NKLSON. of Vienlo, Oreiroii, on H. K, No. for loin :i and 4, S'.M N K!4, section -I, uti.l M -4, 8e'tiou ;l, townNhl'p'J, N.. fitiiuc i) K. W. M. He niitucs tlie Tollowinn witnesses to prove hl cominuous residenee tipoti and culliva tlon of said land. i : Urnar WiJIn, r rtian.!, Oregon; S. W. Cnr ran, Vienlo, urciion ; l liotnus Hello, Vienlo, Oregon; M. Ksttvaard, Vm to. Qreeon. Wr.ai M MICHAKL V. KoLA-V. U'-KUter. OTRK l-UuTl'IiLlCATlON" l'Vpnrttnent of the Interior, United State Lund Oiflve. The Pnlles; Dreu'on, Mareh 17th, liHti. Noiieeis heivny irtvrti that the follow ing nanu-d settler iias tiled ik tiled of- bh in ((nlloii lo make tlnal proof in support of hiselalm, and timt Hani proW will b made In-fore iieo. 'I . i'rathfr, lr, s Commissioner, at hh othee iu HtMHt Hiver, oregop, on April M, vt. : MAHK K. THOMAS of Hood Hlver, Oregon. H. R No. Si 48 lor the t-.l.j si;'(, nw i sk'4. sk. -jtt, hnd N wi N vm , iifi'tioii i'Si, township !, N., rmige 11 K- W. SI, lie names th f'dlowtr-a wiinews to frove his continuous ivsidetji upon and eultiva lion ot ttid land, vi : I'eter Paluman and Jen ?, Peterson, Hood Hiver, Oregon. - - m;.!, tth) MICH AI'.L T. -NOLAN, Ke-fister. photographers' Supplies Toilet Articles Shaving Outfits Soaps Brushes Powders (Tooth and Toilet) Combs Stoek Foods Syringes Trusses Pipes and Cigars Paints and Oils The above list represents only a small part of the lines we carry, and if you don't see what you want in the list, come in and tell us about it. We can fit you out and will guarantee that the price will suit you. g Clarke, THE Druggist IT 1000 acres select apple land, best location in Hood Itiver Valley; small prices on 5, 10 or 40 acre tracts by owner. Buy where you can real ize advancing values ou your improvements. Lots in Winans City are profitable investments. You can reach this place by rail. W.-R. Winans Hood River, Wasco county, Oregon. iOasnE3sio,sovosox! R. D. GOULD, PLUMBING Steam and Hot Water Heating All jobbing promptly attended to. Born. To Mr. and Mrs, Moll Foley, March 15th, ft toy. In Hood Rivor valley, March ltith, Uh;, to Mr. ami Mfri. Alvia llot-kin, a uiue pouud bo. NOTICE OK FlXAIi-SETTLKMKKT Notice Is herebr (flTn that th nnflfrnlarned eteutor of the ewiate o( J. W, B'HeL, deoeed, hrtH tiied tiiti rlnul account Hnd rejHrt In wiul estate with this owrK of the I'onnly Court of the state of Oregon, for asoo i-ounlv. Oretrn, an I thm Mouriny, the 7th day of May, lM, ttt the hour of 10 I ot'loekH. m. o. iwiid day. nt the county court rtom Ht the roimtv turt house, tn l!lw 'y, Watim County, tt report, ha been fixed hy theeiMirt aw the tinu- Hiid nl;ue for hearing s:Ut report. All erns Interentel In shiu estate Mre hereby nHilitd t fipiear Ht said time und pUoe Hiid hhow ran-:', if any ther be. why Niid rej'ort should nd tprovwl nd an outer nude dtt-eiiHring said executor and exotioititw his ttointMiita i'aied this 7th dav d Min-n. i, KuSWKI.LMlELI.KY, V semi tor f t he E-tute of J. W. Blaek, deceased JSTZXOHT STABLE ..Livery, Feed and Draylng.. STKANAHANS & RATHBUN. Hood River, Ore. Horseg bought, gold or exchanged. Pleasure partie can Knuire first-lass rigs. Special attention given to moving furniture and pianos. We do everything horse can do.