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JIO'M) RIVER, OIL, JULY, 18, 1KI.1
I'SIOJI IVWIIIC RAILWAY
LOCAL ( Altll.
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No. , Knini'M lnuvi'H ut A. M.
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WHHT IIIII'Ml KKOM ll(MU) ICIVICIC.
No. T, Kii.icm li iivra ni :m , M.
N. I, Mull " A. M.
Tli. mull nrrlvci ftmn HtniluliiilK at II
rliM'h A. M. Wlnimliiv ninl Hiiliiriln) n; ili.
arla ''Hiiiini'iliiy,ii noon.
Kor Clii'iiiiwi-lh, li'iivm nt H A, M. nrrlvinnl
V. M. Hutnrilava.
Kr WIiIIkHhIiiioi, Iiitvc dully at H A. M.
arrUr.nl iiiiiiii'i'liH'k I', M.
Kroiii Whllii Hulinuii li'it vom fur KnMu, till
wrr, Trout Luke uml Oh nwooil Moulin), an,)
IIKIKF LOCAL MATTKKS.
Oil cloth at tin- furniture xtorc.
Building itMT ut furniture more.
, All IuihI pnM'rprcpnrt'd ut tlilHollli-c.
Why cough, when 8. It. will Mop It.
lv for mile; nlao a flue Inunry ImrHc.
ElHIAIt V. Wl.VA.NH.
riftun-H fumed to order at the fur
niture atort. !
Mr. Dr. Howe came up from J'orl-i
hind Thurmliiy. I
('ofl)im and undertaken mippllcM ut
i ue lurunuro more.
Mr. ArniNtnoiir moved out to Par
ker' mill Tliumdiiy.
The eiicaiupiiieiit of the Third ref
luent In over all over.
Furniture at 1'ortlnnd prleeN nt H.
E. UurtnuW furniture Ntore.
J. W. Wullitcv went to Portland
yeatcrduy on u ImimIiichh trip.
Mr. hnd Mm. Ilunamkcr wen here
from White Hiilmoii Tutudiiy.
(Julie a iiuiiiUt of Portland people
vlMlled tlilMjj)lnii hint Kundiiy,
Mm. (). C. McUmnI of Portlimd Ih,
HM'ii(lltiK the Nuniiner ut rred HoweV
Ili-nd Mr. HnrtleyV ndvertlm-meut In
thin Inane. He Iiun un excellent horn-,
llitve you (teen the flVlHI nuMtie
nuiple lied room net ut the furniture
Mm. Dr. Ktcwnrt of Walla Wulla N
vlMltlnir her brother Mr. Wolfard, nn.l
Mr. und Mm. O. L. Htrnimhnn arriv
ed home from Portland Weducndnv
morn I n. I
lU-forepurelmxInK rail mad nndatcnm-!
Kliip IK-kt-fM, eoiiHUll UKelltH Union I'll
Mm. John (InUn of I'ortlund und her
children are Mopping for tin Hummer j
ut Mr. H'.riniiiliim'H. j
Mr. (1. II. Palmer whn over from1
White Huliiioii Wednexduy und made
Un a pleuxunt call.
MImmcm Delvii Wolfurd, und Frond i
aiei oy. un Mnmiuv ror u vwit to
li IcikIh In W nl In W'ul'lu.
Mm. E. E. Mitehell, tem her of vocal
limine In I'ortlund pulilic Hchool Ih the
gueotof Mm. F. M. King.
MIhh Ann Smith, who Iiiih Ixvn ut
tending the wIiooIh nt Obcrlin Ohio, Ih
exH i it (l home lu a few duyH.
X. Itllleti and daughter Mil, went, to
Vancouver WcilntMluy morning to tile
on a hoiiicHtcud III Wutdilngton.
Mr. J. W. Morton left for Tillamook
Tuesday, to re mm In aevenil month,
lie took hla little Uy with him.
Mr. Prlchnrd of I'ort laixl, Kruud
daughter of Mr. 8trannlmn Sr. und her
dilldrcii nrc veiling relutlveH here.
Mr. Wlllliini Kennedy of Chcnowith
wiim lieie lliuiHdiiy, uml lieieulter will
have n weekly vlmt from the ti,A )KH.
Mr. W. II. Loehhead, proprietor of J
the C(dumliliifivd-yurd, in The Dulles, j
wuh here on u bunlne vIhII Wciliies- j
Frunk Hutton fhlped one of IiIhI
liorm-N to 1'ortlnnd TuvHdny. to train !
lor the rull raw. JIu huti two very
J. J. Luekey hits Hold IiIh Inteivst. In
the pliiett rvtvntly bought by hiniwlf
and Mr. Hi lie it from Mr. lluimueker,
to Mr. Dlllen.
A building 1n being erected on the
comer of Heeoii'l mid River vtreetH, to
lie lined by Oriint Kvanri as u barber
Hhop and buth houric.
Mr, Win. Eliot arrived here yester
day, bin father and the balance of the
family will come next week to remain
through the summer.
M. H. Nlekelwin purchased Mr. Bil
Icii'h tilackMinitlt ahopsome tiiie since,
und in busy imwt of the time, uh he Ih
un excellent workman.
Itev. W. 8. Holeomb and fumily, left
Wednesday morning for t heir old home
in Ohio. The gooa wIhIicb ofullwho
knew them go with them.
Don't listen to what the neighbors
tiny, but come and see for yourself. A
beautiful antique maple bedroom Net
for $(,00, at the furniture ntore.
A hull game was played nt Plensnnt
view Htinduy between the Mill club and
n nine from here, resulting in a victory
for the Huwdust boys, of 15 to 4.
A party of three lady tourists from
Han Francisco were here Tuesday, and
the sumo day a party of four gen
tlemen were here from Chicago.
Miss Dicz Hunt who has been teach
ing school nt Moro, arrived here last
Thursday und will spend the summer
Vlth her mother Mm. (J. J; Hunt.
Mrs. Christian Anderson, who has
been visiting her aunt Mrs A. II. Mid
dle ton and lantily for several weeks, re
turned to Portland, where she will In
future reside, Wednesday evening.
Messrs. Wilson and Dallas started
Wednesday for Lost lake, prepared to
lay sheir axes against all impediments :
to travel in tne siiape or brusu ana logs
und to cut out a good trail. It is sel
dom this eleemosynary disposition
Tons out in any one, but Wilson and
Dallas can't help it because they ute
built that way.
Tim Tlinrn-Aiiiiiif'iliifir having the
liiWNt circulation of any piiis-r In the
canity, wu nt the lust 'kchsIoii of the
count commissioners awarded the
Mrs. Diiiiinlik cumi) In from Mt.
Mood Tliumdiiy and went to The
Da Him to make a tiling on her claim,
pint of which, It seems has been Hied
oi by u Mr. Dlckei'son.
James It. Hunt was at M. 15. Potter's
Wediii'Mdav to do some piiK'rlng. He
has the Henry house ubout finished
und It is unnecessary perhaps to udd
that the work Is well done.
The Dalles Navigation Company
bus purchased Die uiilliiiMlidd steamer
.lyriie nt I'orlliiiKl to run lu connect
ion with the KcKiilatur, They expert
to be n the route surely next month.
We have not received notice of the
murrliiKc of licit Orahiim mid MIhh
Itclle Foster, but us lie went to Vancou
ver fur purpose of getting married, Ills
more titan probable they are now one.
I'nlon Pud lie Hyslcut oilers un
eiiiulli'd facilities to tourists en route to
all points east. Vesliliuled Hlecpers,
Dluem, Frc Clinlr t'ars through to
Missouri river uml Chlcugo without
Mr. Itlvthe and family, Mm Hubert
son and Sir, Andrews were fishing near
Huskiik's place on the West fmk dur
ing the week, und report huvliig hud it
line time. Mr. Pratt iHcumpcd ut lius
Mcssm. Fh ld, Ferguson, Markham
and Snvder, went to Dost Inke Tlium
diiy, for it weeks tlshlng. This need
not deter others from making the trip,
for It is not probable that they will
eutch nil the fish.
Frldny morning u barge loaded with
wood, while passing the mouth of
HimhI river lurched throwing u tier of
wood ovcrlsmrd. This listed her so
biully thut she put Into the Washing
ton shore to balance up her loud.
Mr. A. H. Hyrkelt arrived ut White
Salmon from the east, last, week, ac
companied by n friend Mr. Phcljis.
Thev are nt present on a hunting ex
is'ditlon ut Mt. Adams, with Hilly Me
t 'oy us guide and master of ceremonies.
Mr. Frame and n party of friends
went out to the forksof the river Wed
nesday, for a mouths camping. The
place Is it delightful one, und from pres
ent indications there will Is' a small
colony cunijs'd there during the sum
mer. Husrlntendent Troy Shelly gives
notice that a Normal Tcnchem Insti
tute w ill Is- held ut The Dulles, com-mc-iclng
August IMth. and continuing
for one week. It will Iss conducted bv
J. II. Ackermun und W. A. Wetzel, of
It Is seldom a young man's heart
palpitates hard enough to break his
wnteh crystal, but when It ilis-s, hU
Is-st girl enn wuger her gulliiguskins,
that lie Is hem alone. Tills does not
neeessarllv apply to anyone hero but
still it might.
The latest fud of the Irrepressible tou
rist, w ho is In u hurry to see the big
world, is to come up from Portland on
the Ismts arriving here ulsuit 4 o'clock,
und tnking the (!:.'(( trnin buck. They
thus get to see all the mugnlllceut scen
ery of the Columbia.
Tllf Vflhr liflMtf itti lull! fl.tU'ti ftnlr
street und the uiinoyiug shutting oil' of
the water is at un cud. The new ninins
w ill famish un abundant supply, uml
this will amply repay the putient
wultlng of consumers while the cliunges
were being made.
The Postal Inspector visited Hood
River Thursday, and scttks in the
highest terms of the oil Ire. and the
manner in which It Is conducted.
He will strongly urge an Increase of
salary, on account of this ollice having
so much distributing work.
The directors of this school district
have extended the time for paying
tuxes un til next Wednesday evening,
ut which time the assessment roll will
be turned over to the sherill'. Those
who think their taxes ure heavy
enough without pnying additional costs
w ill settle before thut time.
Complaint Is inndu I hut some of our
town Uys ure In the habit of singing
songs the like whereof is not found in
Walt's hymns, ami otherwise making
themselves obnoxious. These com
plaints will he examined by the legal
uuthorities, if t'le otlensels not stopped,
uml we hope the boys will not need any
Mr. K. Witiuns showed us some tim
othy stulks grown on the high ridge
between the forks of the river, without
irrigutloii. They measured 5 and u
hall feet in length, and were from the
second years crop. If the hills will
produce this kind of grass, Hood Jliver
will he the greatest duirying section in
For the benefit of our local sports
men, as well as of those who make a
ruid on our pheasants und grouse, Me
cull attention to the fact that the lust
legislature passed a bill extending tiie
close seuson, und thut it is now unlaw
ful to kill these birds before the rimt
day of Beptcmlier. More than this,
there Is u general determination to
prosecute all who violate the law.
Blowers & Crowell has just received
direct from the manufacturers In Hus
ton $s:i,000 worth of boots and shoos,
thereby cutting of!" the commissions
paid middlemen, which will be saved
to their customers. These goods will
bo retailed ut Portland wholesale
prices or less, and as they are now
opened, we Invite the public to call and
examine them, and be convinced that
we mean exactly what we say.
The Union Pacific managers have at
last taken a tumble to themselves since
the Howena trestle burned, costing
$18,000 in money and a largo amount
of annoyance; and have put sixty
watchmen on the road between Trout
dale and The Dalles. This costs $3000
per month, but Is much cheaper, and
far more satisfactory than paying for
bridges, and making the public tired of
travelling over the road or around It.
Virtue hath Its own reward, and
laziness sometimes gets the same.
This truism Is repeated because Grant
V.vims reeent.lv iirnvtxl It Ua no..t
down the river with some others boat
riding, and there being no wind Grant
walked home four miles rather than
pull the boat. When about half way a
breeze sprung up. and the party sai'led
iLiri in,) vy nun, .caving iiun lo irucige
it out. t
The I, udlcs Aid Society will give n
lawn party ut Mrs. C.J. Hunts next
Wednesday evening. Ice cream and
cuku fifteen cents. Everybody Invited.
The salmon run Is reported to ho
gsid, und getting letter every day.
Lust yenr the run wus lute und this
yrur still Inter, und it looks as If the
chlnooks had learned the combination,
and planned to get up the river during
the close season. If the run will hold
good until the ex pi ration of the season,
the owners of the fish wheels cuu yet
make it fortune this year.
We learn from Mr. Kennedy of
Cheuowlth, that the Isxly of John
Johnson wus found buck of his cabin
lust week. Mr. Johnson worked for
Mr. Ordwny, nud us there Is no known
cause why he should take his life, it Is
presumed that he shot himself acci
dentally. When the body wus found
It wus evident thut death had occurred
several days Is-fore. The coroners Jury i
have since w riting i tie above loumi u
verdict in accordance with the state
ment. Mm. A. It. Hyrkelt presented this
ollice with it basket of splendid fruit
from their White Salmon orchards
Thursday. There Mire several kinds
of plums, nil delicious, apples finer
than Pomona ever dreamed of, und
luscious m'ui:!ick almost uh lurge us it
biise ball When White Sulmoii
makes such a showing us this, It is
time for Ibsid itiver to look to her
laurels. Mr. Coleman who hrotight)the
fruit over tells us the suches were
grown on tries planted last year, und
not much bigger tliun a walking stick.
The lulls District a ;mmI ;raM
Cnloii Fulls, July l.'ith. 1H'.H).
V.d. (ii,A( iku:
I have been cxs'rlincntlng on the
dryest und rockiest hind we have, with
dillervnt kinds of grass, w ithout irrigu
tloii, uml have been re winded with the
best success. I send yon two sM-cimens
of timothy, one in the second year,
raised by K. W. Winuiis, measuring 3
feet (il Inches high, and the other was
sowed Inst full by the writer, uml meas
ures 4 feet 7 inches high. The best
heads mcusure 5 inches. We liavu
grass in swule lands und moist places
thut bents this AO er cent., but this
grass wus sown on the dryest places to
see If it would Is a success on ull the
laud, and we firmly believe thut from
the Fulls to the fisit of Mt. Hood there
Is present ut ull times in the soil or uir,
sulliclent moisture to Insure good crojm
of hay and grain, us well us ull kinds of
fruit. We liud a greut down-pour of
ruin on the loth Inst., and all kinds of
garden stuff are growing luxuriantly.
In testing grasses I sowed some tall
out gntss. no culled by 1). M. Ferry, and
it beats timothy so bail that the latter
"isn't In it" at all for this country. It
flourishes in the dryest soil without ir
rigation, has a much heuvier foliage
than timothy, and seems to be ever
green. When eaten down close to the
ground by stock the stubble keeps
green, growing continuously. D. M.
Ferry suys it is evergreen in the south
ern stutcs, und three crojw eun be cut
from it each year. Stock here prefer it
to timothy. This entire county can be
covered with an evergreen mantle, at
least through the milder weather, by
theuidof this gntss, if it holds out ns
well us It did in the test I have mude. j
1 hiii ulso exerimentlng with another i
plant w hich bids fuir to beut the oat
grass. There ure thousands of acres of
gsid government land near this place
thut people eun muke good homes on; j
many tructs with good springs und I
streams on them, and the wonder is !
thut it wus not all taken luuir tiiro. All i
that Is lucking to muke this country
thoroughly prosperous lsu railroad to
the forks of the river, and a big saw
mill there to cut the forest into lumber.
The Forks is the first place in the val
ley where all the timls-rcan begot to
gether, und it bus enough water power
to run ull the muchinery in the north
west. W. It, Winuns.
A Musical Treat.
There will be an excellent concert at
the Ktversido Congregational church
next week, Thursday July 23rd, ut 8
o'clock, ,p. in., in which both home
and 1 'oil land tulent will participate.
It is imiHissible to given full program
this week, but the character of the
entertainment will be of the best.
There will be violin, violincello, and
piano trios, and violin, violincello, und
voeul solos, also duets ami quartettes.
It is also hoped thut it bitllud horn solo
will be secured for the entertuinment.
The services of Miss Mamie L. lippiu
cott of Portland, for the violin, una 11.
P. Flint, of Oakland Culif., for the
violincello, have been secured. Those
desirous of attending will have a
chunce to secure their seats next Wed
nesday morning ut ten o'clock ut the
ehurcu. Don't forget the date und
At TTiuul Pivnr' V hlnv.Tnlv Ifltli in
Mr. und Mrs. Will Yates, u daughter, j
At Hood River, Saturday morning,
July llth. Earl, Infant son of Mr. ttiul
Mrs. L. E. Morse aged 11 months and 15
days. The funeral took place Sunday
Does 8. 11. get there ? Well I should
smile. S. li.
Carpet at the furniture store 10 cent
below Portland prices.
For any one purchasing ten dollars
worth of furniture of me, I will deliver
the same at landing free of charge.
8. E. HAIltMKSS.
J. W. Kenna gives notice that he is
here to stay, and is prepared to do
painting in all its branches. Decorat
ing, gilding, polishing, graining and
staining. Treatment ot interior wood
work and furniture a speclulty. Cur
riage painting done. Ollice at
A fine fruit ranch of 160 acres, four
four miles and a half west of the town
of Hood River, on the Columbia. It
has 400 fruit trees, most of which are
in hearing, 200 grape vines In bearing,
half acre of blackberries in full bearing
(will yield 4,000 pounds of berries this
year), 16,000 strawberry vines, 8 acres
of corn, 2 of clover ; between 8 and 9
acres in cultivation, balance timber:
fine Irrigating facilities; 1,200 feet if
tight-covered flume ; two reservoirs :
and over 400 feet of water pipe, carry
ing water Into house. Price $2,200.
Call on F R. Absten at the ranch or
address ut Hood River, Or.
We nre wiling glusswure und crock
ery chenpet Hum it wus ever sold In
UiIn place. We have n full line of fruit
Jam, and we are selling 2 quart Muson
am complete, at f IM per do., 1 qunrt
fd.VI per do,. Perfection, qts. f 1.40 s-r
do,, ull other goods corrcsjMindingly
low. Cull and get quotations on sugur.
The fact In we will not lie undersold by
anyone who drs-s business on business
principals. Hmwkkh & Chowkm,.
The undersigned Is-ing located neur
Hood Hlver, wishes to Inform parties
who may bo desirous of having sur
veying done, thut ho Is n prucllcul
survevor of inunv vears extierlcncc.
und unit work entrusted to him will be
terformed with dispatch and correct
ness. He takes pleasure In referring to
Mr. A. S. Hlowem, (who for yeara was
county commissioner in Minnesota,)
and for whom he did county work hn
county surveyor, as to ills ability.
Parties writing me ut Hood will re
ceive prompt attention.
C. J. Haykh.
Dated Hood Hlver April Oth, IHtd.
ITImlxrr IjhkI, Act Jlilii- , 1S7H.J
NOTICK FOH PUHMCATIOX.
t'nllnl HIhImi Iinil lllflm,
The lull), Oregon, Muy, 11, IHI.
Nolloo I liiwby iflven Hint In compliance
with Hut pros IhIiiiih of Oik act of CoiiKrcm of
.linn; a, JK7K, entitled "An a t for Uir Mlv of
timber liimls lu tlcHtute of ('iiliroriilu, Urn-j
iron, Neviiilu, ninl WHshlnirton Territory,"
.Iiiiiiih K. liunnu of IIimhI Hlver, county of!
wiim'o, ntnte of iroii, lum thin luy flUsl In I
tills ulllic his dworn statement no. . for the ;
puri'lniNC of llm KotitliwcHt 'jof neetloli no. H, i
In lowimlilp no. I north, range no, H mil, und .
win oner prisir to kiiow iiiih ine tana wmikiu
Is more vnlimiilit for It tlmls-r or stone than
for aiirli'iilliiral purpose, ami Ut intahllNli hli
I'lnltn lo anlil luii'l iH'fore 1 1 if Kei;lHter and lte
celverof this ntHec nt Thn llnllca, reou, on
TikwiIii.v, the llth day of AiiUt, 111.
He un nil' as witnesses: (' I.. Morse, I,. K.
Morwi', K. II. Kleld, ('. K. SlarUhum, all ol
Hood Itlvcr, Oregon.
Any and all tierwimi elalmltiK adverimly Ilia
alxive diwrllH'd luniU are riiiieleil to file
theireliilniH In t hi office on or before nald llih
day of A tiiftiHt, lH'Jl.
tylU-JylH Jown w. I-wla, lteeltr.
oti ck Toit puhlication.
Ijiud CimccatThe Dalle, (Ir. June, IS, ls91.
Not lee I hereby given Hint the fullowlnr
liutned M tller luw (tied notice of hi Intention
to muke llnul proof In nporl of hU claim, I
.....I .!... I.I ... ...III .... I.. k.. .1... I
HUM llininiilil IfliMfl will itv hihuii in-n.ro 1110
IteKlstcrand Itccelver I'. H. I,. I), at 1 lie Kullm
Oregon, on HepteinlxT, 10, 1SS1, viz:
A Terr Fredenhurr.
II. II. No. r:i7. for the K. K. 1-4 H. W. '-i, H.
H. K. . H,T.'2i, and N. K. 1-1 N. K. M Sec. A
Tp. I.N.H. 10 K. W. M.
lie inline the following witmimce to prove
hi uoiitlmiiiiiM nnlilriHtiiiHin and ctiltiviitlon
of. mild land, viz: John I . Hllntnnn, Jhiiii
(imliain, Arthur DtnUmw, all of HtralKhtHburK
Ori'ifon, OeorKC wenncr. of .Mt. Hood Oregon.
J'.'.-bkI John W. I.KW1H. lleyUier.
NOTICE FOH PUHLICATION.
Iand Oflli at Vancouver, Wuh. June 22, 1SRI.
Notlril heri-by alven that the fullowlnir
naniwl arttler luw tiled notice of hi intention
lo iimke flnal proof in mipport
ifi inn I'uiiiii. nnu inni nam pneii win oe iiiaue
before the Clerk of the Kiierlor I'ourt of hku
liinnln. County WaahltiKlon, at Ixwr Caa
cadc, V anil., mi Aui(UMt Hth, 1SU1, vli:
HuTltl K. Ordwajr.
H. P. 7740, for the KM H. w.' Jand N. w. 1-4
H. w. M ami H. K. M N. w. H Kec. li, Tp. 8, N.
It. K. W. M.
lie name the ful lowing wltm-two to prove
hi (vmtinuou residence upon andcullivntion
of. Hiilil land, vlr.: AlnoirnderwKid. Wlllhim
Kruno, Charle Mycra, John Johnwin, all of
i nennwitn n nn,
yZi-uufl Joiix I). UkooiikuaX, RcKlHter.
JOHN H. CRADLEBAUGH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Iractlce In all the courts of Oregon and
Washington. Hpeolal attention given to con
veyancing. GLf,lEH OFFICE,
HOOD RIVEH OREGON.
A fine pony suitable for n lady to
ride, together with fiide-snddle, bridle
uml complete outfit' Inquire of James
In the Prather Building, Corner
of Second and Oak Streets.
-KEGULAU MEALS 35 CENT8.-
Mcnla cooked to order at all hours of the dny.
Mrs. Juua Haun Proprletrem.
S. A. DETWILER & CO.
All kinds of surveying promptly at
tended to. Special attention given to
platting acre property. Prices reason
able. Addrrss Boom 4, S. E. Corner Second
and Washington, Sts. Portland Or,
THE DEPOT STAND.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS, ICE
CREAM, LEMONADE, AND
Hot Coffee and Cold Lunches.
MARVIM UAND. - Pnorni etor.
For Coughs and Colds we heat thorn nil S.B.C.C.
1 mMv VW1
Mm Ifj) fel
W. H. WILSON.
A TTOItNEY-A T LA W.
IUX)M.1 M, AMI ift, NBW VOOT BbOCK,
. TIIK IIAM.KM, OIIEOO.V.
ltrCR WATKISS A Mr.XBKKK,
Vogt's new building:. Second St
TIIK IMI.I.KH OIIHOON.
A new stock of Indies' and Oents'
FII.LKD AND HILVEH
M'Kf'IlL attention given to clean
ing and repairing watches.
J. H. FERGUSON,
Hood River, - - - - Oregon.
Kverv body want land In Hood
Hiver Valley. I have some very de
si ruble tracts of gixsl land on my list
for preemption, homesteads and tim-Is-red
claims, with running water on
them. I can locate several stockmen
advuntngeoualy. Do not fall to see
me at Hood Kivcr Falls or address me
at Hissi Hher. WasootViunty, Oregon.
Ti MOUNT HOOD HOTEL,
Has been thoroughly
renovated, and a large
ell added doubling its
Everything will tie found neat and clean
Table will be supplied with the bant the
MARKET A f tOK US.
OEOROK HERHEKT Proprietor.
S. L. YOUNG.
MUCCKHBOK TO E. HECK.
AND SILVERWARE, ALSO
Fine Watch Repairing a Speci
alty. Second St The Dalles. Or.
J. M. IfflGW, MX
THE DALLES, OREGON,
Have the only abstract of land
titles in the County, and
are the only persons who
can furnish reliable in
land titles on
We are also prepared to make out
all necessary papers for filing ou the
AND ON ANY GOVERNMENT
X, CAT V. Choice bargains
aJxLiJCdl In city and
NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER
Opera Houm Block - Tho Dalle Or.
The Eastern Oregon
IS NOW OPEN
:IX mIIE: -
Max Vogt Block,
NO. 194 SECOND ST,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
N Chandler, Mgr.
PM & NITSCHKB.
Since the first of June we have added
Furniture 6c Carpet
HusinesN a complete Undertaking Es
tablishment, and as we succeeded In
getting our stock from the East with
out being compelled to Join the Under
taker's Trust, we assure the public that
in consequence thereof our
Prices Are Very Low.
Itcmember our place of buslneM on
HECOXD ST., XEXT MOODY'S B1XK.
PERRY & JONES,
raoritirroRa or tri
Hood River Market
nrafUi y baa4 twi
Choice Heats of all kinds.
Sausages a Specialty.
pti atuntioa pM at
nd Sttpptying Meat
in Large Quantities
Don't Forytt the Haee,
HOOD RIVER MARKET.
Oak street nest door to Glacikb
WMn to inform hi awiy trWnda aa4 MkMt
reumfl that h. bu riroarW kit
andvrtaklnt room lo
WICKKIJIFN' NSW BVILOIN
Conor Tblrd had Wufalnfton,
Vber b. earriai a ro'J rtork of mmrthtam anlaf
ia that WoalnaM.
Ordm kr dfrtch, .ipron, awl k
pnmiu Mwaaua to aud latMtaeNoa
Can won an t hour of taw djr or night at hla a
inioa, COTiMt roactk aa4 Waahhartaa, t law. 4
MAIER & BENTON ,
The RED FRONT Gro
cers have moved to the
cor. of Third and Union
St. where they carry &
complete line of staple
And also do a general eommlwl
bimineHH. Thankful for pant favors, w
solicit a continuance of tho same M
our new store in Uie old Post OISm
Building Cor. 3rd, and Union St.
The Dalles, Oregon
HOOD RIVEB UILLS.
OP ALL KINDS.
MANUFACTURE tt Of
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