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. 3ood Iftver lacier
HOOD RIVER, OR., APRIL 16, 1892
Th. mail arrive from Mt.Hood at 11 o'
i clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays', de
r. part same days a', noon, ,
V For Chsnoweth, leaves at 8 A. M. arrives at
P. M. Saturdays.
Tor WhlU Salmon leaves dally at 8 A. M.
arrives at on o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and Glenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Seed corn at Harrison's. . ';.'
Matting 20 cents at Bartrness'.
Miss Kitty Coe is home for a visit.
Read Miss Inez Stilson's ad in this
. issue. ; - ,
2-bit cigars at the Drug Store.
A fine line of freBh cigars at the Drug
You can suit yourself in a smoke, ac
cording to your pile, at the Drug Store.
A new stock of suits for the boys at
Pictures framed to order at the fur
' Dr. Brosius expects his wife from
Nebraska to-day. - , '
Mrs." Todd and Mrs. Harrison are
both on the sick list. , '
Rev. Eli D. Satcliffe was down from
The Dalles Tuesday. ,
Thos. McKay was over from Port
. M. H. Nickelsen is somewhat better
but the baby is quite sick.
Get a bottle of Kenna's furniture
polish at the furniture store.
Good number 8. second hand cook
stove for sale at Harrison's.
Calcimining in fresco colors any tint
$2.00 per room and upwards. '
Furniture and wood , work made to
look like new. Kenua & Enimerson.
Have you seen the $15.00 anique
maple bed room set at the furniture
. store ?
Mr. Mark Thompson of Arlington,
visited Mr. and .Mrs. Bartmess last
, Good pasturage for horses and cattle
at $2 per month per head Call on E.
V. Winans. ,' ' " ,
Mr. V. Hodge is very sick, and owing
to 1) is advanced years it is feared he
can not rally. . .
C. P. Heald is in attendance upon
the meeting of the State Horticultural
Society at Grants Pass.
It would surprise you to see the new
lot of boys' suits at Haiina's, which he
is selling cheaper than ever.
Get. your front room frescoed, with
gold border 3.00 to $5.00.
Kenna & Emmerson.
Call early and see the latest styles in
spring millinery, just received at Mrs.
' V. E. "Neff has moved to Forest
Orove, where Mr. Neff will open a
photograph gallery. .. '
, Sav! let me tell you something. You
do you want a gooa pair or panis tor
$1.50? If so, look at Hanna's new
stock; they are the best in town for the
Jack Frost made us a call Wednes
day morning and it is feared that lie
stole considerable fruit and early gar-
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We have some fine farm properties
for sale and those desiring to purchase
in the neighborhood will do well to
give iis a call.
Dr. F. C. Brosius, having succeeded
to the medical practice of Dr. E. J.
, Thomas, can be found at the drug
store day or night.
Hood River Ore., Dec 18, 1891.
' A fine lot of home-rendered lard and
OregoYi hams, shoulders and bacon just
received at the meat market. '
Hon. J. Hunsaker, of White Salmon,
is visiting Puget Sound, and will return
home next week by the way of Spo
. kane Falls. . V 1
Miss Alice Cleaver, who has been at
Wasco, Sherman County, for several
mouths, returned to Hood River Tues
day eveuing, and is visiting Mrs. Bart
' mess. ' , .
Jack Luckey has painted his barn a
showy red, ana Olinger & Bone have
given their big barn a coating of the
same color. Both cases aae appreciable
Rev. F. M.: Aunks will preach an
Easter sermon in accord with the day
to-morrow at 11:30 a.m. The follow
ing Sabbath April, 24th will be his
farewell sermon." . . ,
M. H. Nickelsen is reported as im
proving slowly. We hope to hear soon
of his entire recovery. Between pneu
moria, la grippe and rheumatism,
Mart has had a closs call.
Commencing Thursday the . 14th
weather bulletins will be received by
the morning passenger, giving forecast
of weather for 86 hours. These bulle
tins will be posted at the depot.
The delegates to the democratic
county convention went up on the
Regulator Wednesday afternoon. Sev
eral other Hood Riverites were in The
Dalles Thursday, drawn thither by cu
riosity and democracy,
A car load , of furniture and house
hold goods arrived for Dr. Brosius from
his old home Tuesday. , He has a house
barn and yard full of it, and only a
womans tact aud skill can ever get it
into one house. ,
The armory has received its first coat
of paint, and the second one is being
applied Kenna & Emerson doing the
work. The floor is not yet laid over ail
the roombut the stage is in place.
Our eyes may be super-critical but if
that same stage is not a foot too high
our vision deceives us. , It may look
better when the floor is all laid, and
the room filled, and it may be all right
t now. We do not pretend to infalli
. bility. '
Hanna has just received a new and
complete line of gents' furnishing
goods; you can buy a pair of pants
from $1 to $4.50, according to your
fancy. Come in and see them,whether
you want to buy or not. No trouble to
"How to raise, perfect apples, or
syraying for the eodlin moth" is to be
the subject for discussion at the next
horticultural society meeting Saturday,
May 2nd at armory hall. Edgar Locke
will furnish the paper to open the dis
cussion. ' . - ':. ' :
Mr. L. D. Brown of Portland, is vis
iting Hood River for his health, being
a sufferer from asthma. He spent the
winter in California, but failing to de-r
rive any benefit is trying Hood Rivar
climate and we are glad to state with
We received last Saturday too late
for publication a letter from Dr. O. D.
Doaue of The Dalles, Secretary of the
board of Examining Surgeons of the
Pension Bureau, saying that hereafter
the board would meet only on the sec
ond and fourth "Wednesday's of each
month, beginning April the 13th. The
hour of meeting is 10 o'clock in the
:, Some of our subscribers in the far
east, where the blizzards bloom and j
the cvclones blow, are respectfully but
firmlv informed that it is spring in I
this neighborhood and subscriptions
are now due at this knowledge factory.
Our subscribers here generally pay up
in May, and it is only fair to give our
patrons in the east a chance to pungle
at the same time.
Captain Dukes and Lee Morse
moved the building from the corner of
Oak and Fourth srteets, to Waucoma
during the week. We understand it
will be fixed up for a dwelling house.
In order to move it one of the oaks at
the Middleton corner had to be cut
down. There are quite a number of
them, but yet it seems too bad that
any of them should be destroyed.
Mrs. Aunks sprained her ankle bad
ly while coming down the grade near
Aud Winans' place Faiday morning
on the way to her . school. She was
carried into Mr. Winans' house faint
ing several times from the pain. We
are sorry indeed the accident occurred
and fear the good lady will besides
suffering severely be unable to continue
' The Congregational young people
have changed t he time of holding their
meeting, from Friday to Sunday even
ing, and are thus in accord with all
other young peoples societies. Their
"cobweb social" was a rather gauzy
affair, but with a Bateham on one
side of the web and a Ketchum on the
other, and two folks to show us Howe,
the tiling "passed off" , or rather
"wound up" very pleasantly, , , ;
The factory is kept busy all the time,
and this ee'k have been making win
dow casings for John Parker, who is
building a fine house on his place, and
A. B. Jones, who is putting an addi
tion to his house. A lot of fancy pick
ets, and railing for porches were also
made, and the sticker operated for the
first time turning out a lot of excellent
moulding. Langillemade and set the
knives and they did not. require chang
ing or moving, The factory is now
ready to meet any demand made on it.
The fishing season for salmon began
Sunday evening at 6 o'clock, but the
cold weather and low stage of water
has made the run late and the royal
chinook was not on hand to celebrate.
A few days warm weather up towards
the head of the Snake would set them
in an appearance aWf-rtSfvwJU pe. a
week after it does before tne ettect is
visible here; consequently salmon, like
votive candles in Mexico, are liable to
be scarce and dear for a short time yet.
It is a blessed thing that they come in
plenty before the campaign waxes hot,
and tariff aud anti-tariff editorials are
Mrs. Howells has just opened her
stock of spring millinery, ana we have
just inspected it. . We do not know, of
course what kind of bead gear pleuses
the ladies; but Mrs. Howells has the
hats and bonnets that the men admire,
especially when the right woman is
under them. We noticed some very
dainty little things, as delicate as the
ghost of a dandelion, aud pretty as the
first flowers of an Oregon spring.
There are hats and bonnefs of all
shapes, shades and prices; and you will
be certain to find something to suit
your self, your coriiplexion, your hus
band if you have one,, and your best
fellow if you have not, and also your
finances. Call and examine them.
- Millinery. .
The ladies of Hood River and
country about are invited to call and
see my stock. I am-determined to
please you . . in quality . and
prices. I am here to stay, and respect
fully ask your patrouage if my goods
and prices suit you.
; Mrs. It. S. HowelLs.
We are now prepared to do dress
making and plain sewing. Prices rea
sonable. Please call and see us at Mrs.
Mattie A. Oiler's residence one block
east of the post office. .
Mrs. L. Arnold & Mrs. A. Oiler.
Oak, fir and nine cordwood.
oned stove wood apply to H. C.
Coe. Not for Joe. . .
Miss May Howard gave an exhibi
tion of her power in the matter of pro
ducing spiritual manifestations, at
Middleton's hall . Saturday evening
last. She had quite a good and appre
ciative audience and no doubt suc
ceeded in mystifying it considerably.
WTe didn't go. We were shut up in
the canvas ghost factory along witli
that same woman in The Dalles three
or four years ago, while brother Michel
of the I'imes-Mountaineer watched the
door; and we have always imagined
he held that up against U8,( ever since.
We were securely blindfolded and the
lady was tied to a post, and yet cither
she or some materialized female from
some other sphere,passed her hands over
our face, tapped our manly shoulder
and toyed with bur scant locks, ' No,
sir ! we didn't go. We don't like to be
fooled with that way
Does S. B. get there ?
smile. S, B.
"Well I should
Papering neatly done. 2octs per roll
and upwards. Kenna & Emmerson.
v' Arbor Day.
.' Arbor day was celebrated bythepchool
children of this district with appropri
ate exercises. The class ref-tations
were exceptionally good, and Kne select
ions well made. Professor .Aylsworth
favored the audience witha solo, "The
Sword of Bunker Hill" and was in
splendid voice. At theclose of the in
door exercises, the p'upils filed out,
formed in line and eaVuXed the
Director N. C. Evans nlact'd r&Jn
tion, and J. H. Cradlebaugh,
Harte. There was nuite a larce vlium
ber of Visitors, which was pleasing
both teachers and pupils, and betokei.18
a proper interest in the school. Direct
ors Henry and Evans each made a
short and interesting address. Arbor
day promises to be one of the most
pleasant ef school holidays.
The democratic primaries were held
at Middleton's hall Saturday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. The meeting was called
to order by F. M. Jackson of the Cen
tral committee, who stated the object
of the meeting and that the election of
a chairman was the first thing in order.
Mr. Jackson was nominated but de
clined', .and J. II.,- Cradlebaugb was
elected. . C. Stanley Stowell, was el
ected Secretary, and on motion the
chair appointed ' George Herbert and
M. V. Harrison tellers, A resolution
was adopted that in electing delegates,
two be elected from the east side, two
f'om town and two from the west side;
and that in electing, the delegates be
chosen for the districts in the order
named, the two having the largest
number of votes to be elected. Nomi-
nations from the east side being, in
order, F. M. Jackson, J. B. Band, Wrh.
Divers, John Kroeger and Hans Lage,
were placed in nomination, and F. M.
Jackson and J. B. Rand, receiving the
greatest number of votes were declared
elected. From the town Geo. T. Pra
ther, Louis Morse, M. V. Hrrrison,
Geo. Herbert and J. H. Cradlebaugb,
were .nominated, and all declining but
Harrison and Morse, on motion the
rules were suspended and , they were
elected by acclamation. 1 On the west
side S. F. BIythe, H. F. Davidson, C.
P. Saunders and Henry Prigge, were
nominated, and ' BIythe and Prigge;
elected. , L. Henry was nominated by
acclamation for Justice of the Peace;
F. Noble and Wm. Mercer, were nomi
nated for Constable, and Mercer elected
by a close vote. The delegates went to
the convention uninstructed. '
Salmon, April 12. TheVhat means a business of $20,000,000, if
ground is soaking wet,
f -..! r.a i.,,u
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your correspondent was rcsponsibla for
it. We wish to publically decline any
responsibility for this excess of moist
ure, Mr. Grumbler. Some folks would
grumble if they were" going to be hung,
or hanged as the court puts it, on a
silver mounted scaffold. ' ' .C";
WMrj, Bates of Portland shipned up a
wagon loaa or lurniture isaturaay ana
the next day following took it out to
Mr. B's place somewhere out in our
new field. . 1 ,
' Mr. C. C. Shaw second son of J. O.
and L. T. Shaw,'of Glenwood, died at
the Good Samaritan hospital last Wed
nesday. His mother who went down
during the fore part of the week arrived
in time to see her son Oliver and con
verse with him before his death. ' The
deceased was taken to Goldendale
Thursday for interment.
Mr. J. C. Jacobsen, whom we men
tioned last week on the sick list is still
confined to his room.
Mr. G. A. Palmer who was stricken
rather suddenly a couple of weeks ago,
is able to climb up and slide down our
little hills again. He's a glacier for
sliding down. .
Mr. Henry Swanson is putting up a
house on uis place this week. j
about I'Oregon on Wheels." Well
White Salmon not to be outdone start
ed out on runners this morning. Mr.
G. A. Thomas has his store on runners
and is going coasting up hill, with a
stump puller for his power. lie propo-
sea iu lake uio uimumg .mm uuua-mo
up the incline to a two-acre tract just:
purchased by him from Mr. Jacobson.,-
White Salmon is biessed (?) withi
olMsnt. 'hwnlr nA hnfhelnra rrmat. f!
whom are well to do, law aDidiug and i
good looking. We do not know the
cause of it all unless marriage in their
minds is a failure. If some of them do
not experience a change of heart n the
course of auother decade we will pub
lish their names on the black list.
.Mrs. J. R. Warner has been in Port
land the past week visiting her daugu
ter Miss Anna Hendersou.
Mr. Nealeigh . went out to Gilmer
the first of last week to assume charge
of the school there. -
, : ... bo us.
In Hood River valley Tuesday, April
12th to Mr. and Mrs. Jamoi Ingalis, a
At the planer, Thursday to Mr. and
Mrs. Davenport, a son.
- ' '-; lost! ' ' -
1 Last Wednesday night between the
depot, and my residence a pair of nickel
rimmed spectacles. Finder will please
leave the same at tlie Glacikk oilice.
H. C. Cok.
Beatty's Organs h!19
Write for catalogue. Addles Daniel K. JUeatty,
Washington, New Jersey ., ,
EAST, WEST, :
tor.NOR.TH 3,ntl SOUTH
EAST BOUND FROM HOOD RIVER
Mo. t, Ex'.press leaves at 11:20 A. M.
NO, 2, Maif
FROM HOOD RIVER. '
7:2.5 P. M.
5:39 A. M.
THROGH SLEEPERS RECLINING CHAIR
OARS .AND DINffRS.
Steamers from Portland
every i days.
Nti " '
For rates and general infoi
ation call on
DEPOT TICKET AGENT. , ,
... - W.H.HURLBURT, Asst. Gen: Pass. Agt.
', i 61 WashidRton St., PortlandOregon.
' A large supply of handsome wall pa
per just received by S. E. Bartmess, -Try
the Cuban Bud ciirars at Han
na's: they are the best 10-cent cigar on ..
uie marsec .
Notice is hereby given to all whom
it may concern that my wife Maria J.
. yjtjont just cause, and that I will not
! be resDonsible for an v debts of her con-
T l 1 . .. 1 A J 1 -J
trading. All persons are warned not
to trust ner on my account. ,
Van Johnson .
Hood River, Or., March 5, 1892.
Why cough, when S. B. will stop it.
where. Forv catalogue address Daniel F.
Heatty, Washington, New Jersey.
BEATTY'S FIAJiOS AND OltGANS.
Hon. Daniel F. Beatty, the great V)r
gan and Piano manufacturer, is build-
1 ing and shipping more Organs and
: Pianos than ever. In 1870 Mr. Beatty
left home a penniless plow boy, and by
, bis indomitable will he has worked his
, way up so as to sell so far nearly 100,001)
of Beatty's Organs aud Pianos since
1 1870. Nothing seems to dishearten
jhim; obstacles laid in h:s way, that
: would have wrecked any ordinary man
, forever, he turns ,to an advertisement
; and comes out of it brighter than ever.
: His instruments, as is well known, are
I very popular and are to be found in all
j parts of the world. We are informed
tnat (luring thp next ten vears ho in-
I temlH to m fmn mnm of hta tnofcA-
I we average them at $100 t&c.h. It is
! already the largest business of the kind
j in existence. Send to Daniel F.Beattv,
New Jersey, : for cata-
Honcsty is the Best Policy.
This is a patent medicine advertise
ment, hut your attention one moment
may save you much suffering as well as
We cure that cousrh. ' ' ;
" c runs uiat luruut ciuiisi.
trA , i ..i i
we cure croup. t v c
We cure bronchitis. ' ,
We cure that la grippe cough. . ;
We help you to sing and speak.
We are not the S. B. lozenges.
We area pleasant cough syrup.
We are put u p in 50 and 75 cen t bottles.
Wo are the S. B. cough syrup.
Guaranteed by your druggists.,
EIA . & E1PM :
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
And artists in graining, staining,
varnishing and polishing of all interior
woods where the development of the
grain of the natural wood Is desired.
HOOD KIVER, - - . . . ... OKEOOX.
77 yrrv - mm
t-U STla JLsf.ZJs!Ajlsj
: UNDERTAKERi '
. . ' - "v -" " '
And F.nibalmer, has airain started with a
new nnd complete stoclc of everything needed
in tho umiertakinK buslneKS. Particular at
tention paid to embalming und taking ar
of the dead. Orders promptly attended t
day ornight. . , .
l'rices us low as the lowest. '
Place of business, diagonally across from
Opera Block, on the corner of Third aad
Vaalilngton Street The Balles, Oregon, .
B. R. Tl'CKHR,
PPj irBIKTOB OF
OF ALL KINDS.
No. -7. l
MANUFACTURER OF .
DEALERS IN- .'
HOUSE BUILDERS GOODS, .MOULD-
::-INGS, , .
Brackets aifl Wood TnmiiES.
We are prepared to furnish finished coffins
and caskets at reasonable prices, and on short
est notice. A full stock will he kept constanty
. O. t. STRANAHAN, ' ' ; ' H. C. COS, ' ,
HOaJO RIVER - -
I J Pa per, Pa tats, Oils etc.
A large supply of, and Exclusive Right to well John W. Masury's celebrtl
Mixed Paints. One gallon will
warranted first class., ',
Pa, nuR hwif&tr- Ts-
, FACTORY DIXON llffl ;f
AT M. V. HAKKi SON'S.
c lars, catalo(.rne, address Daniel V. Bcatly,
Washington, New Jersey. ,
- Land Locator.
Kve, body wants land in Hood
River Valley. I have some very, de
sirable tracts of good land on my list
for homesteads and ' timbered
claims, with running water on
them. lean locate several stockmen
advantageously. Do not fail to see
me at Hood .River Falls or address me
at Hood River, Wasco County, Oregon.
W. Ross Winans, -Locator.
DR. G. C. FSHELMAN.
Physician and Surg e o n
THE DALLES OREGON.
DR. Mi" D. MORGAN';
OtTers his professional services to
citizens of Hood River and vicinity.
OFFICE IN MT. HOOD HOTEL. .
DUKUR W.VTKINS & MENEFBE,
Vogt'3 new building, Second St,
THE DALLES OREGON.
W. ""H7 vvilson."-
A TTORNEY-A T-LA W.
ROOMS M, AND ,13, NEW.VOGT BLOCKt
: ': THE DALLES, OREGON. , '
. Real Merit - .. v..
Does tne Advertising, i .
If you take pills it is because you
never tried !be
,3.Kcad acne and Live:
It works so n:c!y, c' causing the
Liver aud Kidneys; acts as a mild
physic without causing pain or sick'
els, and does not stop you lrom eal
' ft and working.
To try it is to become a friend to it.
For sale by M. V. Harrison, Hood
Lufur, M. 'F' G. ., Duftir, Ore.
Pins' m i '
- . - - - OREGON".
KINDS OF BUILDING
35 square yaru two coats. Every cum
I have appointed J. T. Polk, njr
: u i 1
: I : HI
te-w - -1 -
Agent to sell my beer at Hood River, .
fc wholesale. August Buc'iiikb.
A new stock of Ladies' and GtaW
FILLED AND SILVER -;
; ' CASKS, CHAINS, ' '
SPECIAL attention given tocle
ing and repairing watchee.
X H. FERGUSON,
Hood River, - - - - Oregon..
S. L. YOUNG.
SUCCESSOR TO E. BECK. ;
DIAMONDS, JEWELRY '
AND SILVERWARE, ALSO
Fine Watch Repairing a Speci
alty; Second St.' ' - The Dalle. Or.
VIM. J: ROBERTS. ,
GENERAL ENGINEERING PRACTICR
:v SURVEYING AND MAPPING. EHTI- .
MATES AND PLANS FOR IRKI,
GATION, SEWERAGE, WA
TERWORKS, RAIL- .
ROADS, BRIDG- .
- ES, ETC. .
Addkbss p. o. Box 107, Thk Dalles, Orjioox
liiirre 1 out but Again In BuiIbm
(an Be Found
M- V. HARRJSON.