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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1892)
3food Iiver Glacier
HO-iHmiVKit, on, Avn. n, wv.
I'll mull mi'lvr nniu .Ml. Hood nt II it'.
clock A, M. Wi'ilm mliivn mill Miilnnlityn; tie.
inila ''hi hiiiiiii iIii.vh ,it muni,
Kor ChiMiiiHMih, li'H'.i'ii nt H A, M, nt-rlvim nl.
J', M. HuiiiriliivN,
l''or Wliiin Nullum, iwivfn dully nl N A. M.
nlvi' nl linn h i hu ll I'. M,
I'rom White Miilinim li uvi'N for I'lililn, (Jll
tiifr. Trout i.hKi' unit (ili'iiwooil MnniliiyH,
M'1'(Iiii'iiiii,vh iiml I'l liluvH.
Hit I El' LOCAL MAlii:US.
loeeold moiIii ill Marvin Rand's,
Why oiiiinh, viicn H. II. vI!ImI(ii It.
?-blt clours lit tint Dnitf Hloro.
A line line ol' I'll v, 1 1 cl.'arH at tin' I'riiK
You cuu milt yourself In n siunkc, nc
HirlliiK to your illi, t Ihu Drmr Flore.
W. J. linker wus ut Portland Tues
day. Tht) Regulator Ik iiiaklui; regular
Eleven visitor lo 'Joint Cup one day
luMt week. ' t
J8. It, Rot there? 'Wrlf'l should
mn I le. 8. II.
Pleturen framed to order ut tint fur
Will I.aiiKllle was In from Cloud
Fred Terry Im hulldliiK u neut Utile
IioUhu on Mm place.
Alt kinds of eountrv produce Imiinlit
.and mild til IIuitIhoii'h.
LunullUmml Fouler are nuttluir tin
the cottage for J. Klmcr Hand,
The Methodist eitiiip-nu'elinK on the
J'otter pi ice eoiiiiiicnceil Thuixdiiy.
Rest iiiullly of Roche llarlior lime
tH. IO jn r lialivl. 8. JO. JUUT.MLhM.
A liir-'i' nupply of haudHiiuie wall pa
pel' Jul rccciuil Ity 8. K. Jliirtiiii si.
Mrx. T. J. WuUun hits returned lo
Pollliilid alter ucvcrul wicks' visit
'i wo iImi'IIIii houses an' In course of
colmi, uc.luii in iiiin coming Mlliiiiu i
l'.pli I'l.ui'i', with his fniir-ln hand,
tuuK I', til p.ihsiiigim to t'ltuitl Cap
J. Jl. (ii'l'dm' huby has heen iiiltu
lck, hut, Me are nhul lo Mute, In nut nl'
Firtclus cedar hIiIiij-Ics pi r
tlnm-Miid ui the Jluml Kiver M. I . ( '.
Trol'eMi.ir 1. A. 8nydcr eaiue down
from Wamii .Saaii'iliiy to spend liU va
Tom iiuU'i'tH and Jam Tuvlnr of
T.ie hUllt'H lllllill' lllU iim l ilt Ol .lllllllll
The members of the CongTi'ipiliiiuul
Xiluilay ieli""l had a plenk' ul Ui: iiur-
Itil m place I UiilKilay.
l.,'K) per barrel for J(iiutln--lmi lime,
IhclN'Hiiu die nun tu t ul tliu iioou
ICIvvr.Mlg., Co ' rdmc.
Wc are pIcuNcd to Mlate that M. V.
llulllnoli Ihiipuu mil, altliolili ullhtly
Juelined lo nuin Uiu u i r.
A line lot of houie-reiiilered lard and
Oregon hum, muoiiiiIitk and bacon jut
l eeeivcd ut I lie meal iuui'kcI.
Mr. Leonard ( '. Juiii'M ui, d Mkx Dully
.Martin, lioili wed known here, were
iiluirieil ul Portland lnnl week.
('apt. Jlower' Nlore hulUling at
TiVhtie 8uijuoii Iooiijh up, plainly vin
Idle Iloui HiIm hldi! ul the llvi-r.
JIo.l Htraiiuhiiii and Will (iraham
iiie pultlinc the lliulilnx tunchts to
Kankin's liourte at Idle hiilinon.
Mrx. Oiler, A. K. Oiler and MIhh
Hutliu Oner ure taking a minimcr out
itiR, cuiupinji ly the river near 1 in ker's
(Ieorj;o 8lneum wan in from Trout
Juke 'luoMiiny and lejioru the J loud
JUvenitH In thai ktIioii healthy and
Captain Coi-'h new steamer, the
ll'iiia, was lneimiired for reKlxtnition
JumI week, tail will not he lunpeeled un
til next week.
Mr. and Mm, C. JI. Gordon and fam
ily, who have heen vi.siiinj; Dr. and
Aim. UiohIuh, k'ft. lor their home, Mis
Jtoulu, Montiuiu, Monday.
The dam at the new mill wan built
by Clmrii'H lleliry, hut it was not his
fault that it went out when the at
tempt whs niiide to llll it. It went out
JUHt the Kuinu
Portland stand nt the l ead in (he
ball kii men for the second hci,en, and us
he won Ihejlrnt .tmrieg of names, will
prolmhly lly the )eiinaiit ut the close
of the season.
Ilev. Parker has been assisting: Ilev.
. W. Wei to In conducting a series ef
meetings at the U. JJ. church during
the week. The ultcndunce has been
good und the services of more than
Tlie Dulles is prepurlng to make an
exhibit ul Hie i'oi'lland exposition of
Wuseu county jiroduels. llood Kiver
should Join in I he good work and see
tluil the display Is, as usual, superior to
that of any other couuty in the stute.
It can easily ou done.
The travel to Cloud Cap this season
has boen nearly double that of last
.yeur. Afl the b'auties of Mt. Hood be
come known and Us accessibility un
derstood, the Inn will have to be en
larged to accommodate lis guests. It
is the fluent resort in the world.
Mrs. Luntpkins la quite sick ut the
mills. Drs. JJrosius and Morgan wen;
both called toeee her Wednesday.
The strawberry crop next year ought
to be nearly double that of ths past
flc.isoti, as new tracts are being net on
nearly every farm in the valley.'
Messrs. Hire and Chris Cummins of
Pufur, aeeompuuled by their better
halves, visited Mr. and Mrs. Pettier lust
week, leaving for home 8aturday.
The petition of J. T. Delk and others
ibr a license to wll lliptorsof divers and
nundry kinds for the period of one
year, In Hood Kiver, is printed in this
Mr. J, 11. Ackeriuaii, school Mipcrlri
teiident of Mullnouuih cooi'ty, itceoni
iianled by bis wife, visited Irii'Mils here
last week', and of course were delighted
with I IoimI Kiver.
I', 11. 8U111I011, in loading wood last
week, caught his right hand between a
heavy slick of wood and a Hlaudard on
llie wagon, breaking one of thu hmicM.
of I he III tie linger.
The lumber for Mr. Walson's rcsl
I deiice Is 011 Die ground, mid work will
be couimeiiccil on It at once. Tills
bulldlnir Is In Wauconia, on lots pur
chased from A. II. Jones.
j It mitiiim dull liere JilHl now, but there
: never was a season when such iimrkeil
! IniproM ineulH have been made
j throtiKhoiit the valley. The orchard
laud berry ureas are rapidly Increasing.
(Jeii'TuI t'ompsoii Intend visiting
Hood Itlvcr this fall for Hie purpose of
having a hear Intnl. Our old friend
Kliinipof While 8alinon will probably
do the honors of the occasion, and uIm
kill I he bear.
Win. Illrgfi ld, accused of poisoning
Ids inolher ln law, at The Dalles, had
his preliminary examination before
Justice Hhul, Wednesday, and was
held lo a wiiiL the action of the grand
Jury without bonds.
Dr. Hnedeker will be nt the Mount
Hood hotel Monday and Tuesday next.
He finds tills addiHonal stay iic'cexMury
owing to the number requiring work
dmie. The Doctor's work Is all first
class am! guaranteed.
I Mr Dave lOcclcs was at the mills last
! week, making a very brief slay. He
j 1 Xiiuilned the lliiimi'iit Utile' While
j Salmon with 11 view of purchasing it,
I but fulled iKiiominlously to report his
I Intentions ut this office.
I Ml Hawks, W. II. Woods, Jus. l eak,
1 Burnett Duncan and K. II. Stanton
' went lo I.nst lake last week, getting
j home Wednesday. They report hav
! Inic a Hue time, the huckleberries Is-ing
l ripe und abundant and the flub like
Mr. ('. (I. IIoUtIs and family arrived
from Mountain Hume, Idaho, Tues
day. We are glad Indeed to stale that
their diiujjlitcr Lucy, who has been
very low from an attack of typhoid
fever, Is nut of danger and Is rapidly re
covering. Tim Infant child of Mr. and Mrs
Cn d of .Miisler died Monday iduht.
The --iMritriM were brought here Tues
day, mid the filner il took place froni
Mr. Coon's place Wednesday. Mrs.
cped was very sick, but recovered suf
ficiently to attend the funeral.
Captain Cue mid J. It. Hunt, assisted
by a ease of concent ruled lye and an
assortment of bi'iiniiis, sponges und
r.ies, nniUKcil IhcniM'lves Tuesday by
Inking the rich led p.ilrt oil the' fur
met' immiI leinan's wniron. They paint
ed that portion of the town a rich terra
cotta hue before they llnlsheil the job.
It Iv McLean has llnl-lied his con
tracts wi'!i the Oiet'on Lumber coin-
puny and will leave shortly for Mon
; laea, lakinir h! louifiiur oii'ill with
: bii'i. !ili U a v'ood clli.cti, a hard
ru! brand an aequlsll ion to any coui
1 ninn'ty. Mnv fooil luck and prosper
I ity follow and remain with, liim In his
I new home.
(I'cncral Compson of the Oregon mil
itia and Major Jackson. V. 8. A., were
here Monday and Inspected 1) com
pany. They were hlghlv pleased with
the eHleiciicy show n, and spoke in very
-oiiiilluienlaiy terms of the company,
stating anioinr other things that there
was a belter turn out than any other
company of the Third bad made.
The water troubles Seem to 1st ln
("caximr, the lat beitnr the slopping of
work by the Hood itiver Supply Co.
by Mr. Winnns, who forbade ticspnss
lug on his lands, and now proceedings
to get the right of way will have to lie
commenced. It is quite probable, also
that there is going to be trouble eon'
eerning Ditch creek water before long
Mr. . I. V. Klchardson has bought ten
ncres of bottom laud lying on the east
bank of Hood river, three miles from
town, of M. F. Ley, and will move his
family to it as soon us he can get a
house ready for them. He has one of
the best natural tracts for berries that
we know of, and as all Hood river is
available for Irrigating purposes, he
will have 110 trouble about water.
Dr. Luring und W. V. ('rummer of
Mountain Home, Idaho, and recently
of Chicago, have b.-en examining the
valley during the week with the view
of locating. Tiny left for a visit to
Porl land Wednesday night, but will
stop here on their May home next
week. Mr. Cruniiner luis been in the
fruit business In Illinois, and both ex
press themselves as highly pleased with
Hood Hiver. We predict that a few
months will see them located here.
Mount Adams Is the destination of a
camping party which left town this
morning. Murlln Donnell, Pert Phelps
and Mux Vogt go first up Hood river
valley to Cloud Cap Inn, returning
Saturday to Hood Itiver, where they
will Is; joined by Fred Wilson, and ail
leaving for Trout lake and tbo Ice caves
of Mt. Adams. The young men ure
enthusiastic devotees of mountain
climbliiK and are bound for the top of
snowy Adams. tiun.
Mr. Wiley und his partners, who
purchnsod the Clarke place on Indian
creek, nave made considerable improve
ments thereon, among them a hy
draulic ram of large bone and long
staple, has lieen placed in the creek for
the purpow of supplying water neces
sary in setting out strawberries. The
first few days the rum refused to work,
und Wiley estimated the cost of the
water furnished ut a dollar a drop, but
realizing that it couldn't be avoided,
the old "butter" went to work and is
furnishing a goodly supply of water.
Mr. Wiley tells us 'there will be fifteen
or twenty acres of blackberries, etc.,
planted in the tract.
All persons ure hereby notified that
the close season for grouse,, pheasant,
mongolian pheasant, quail or partridge
does not expire until the 1st day of
September. Penalty for violution of
this law is a line of from $10 to ?:t00, or
imprisonment in the county jail from
live duy to three months, ilrboth, and
all violations will bo prosecuted to tbo
extent of the law.
L. & Mokse, Secretary.
H. C. Cok. President Hood Kiver
Kod and (Inn Club.
Matting 20 cents at JJartmess'.
NAMES OF STATES.
HOW THE DIFFERENT 6TATE3 OF
THE UNION WERE NAMED.
Many of lh Ai-lliitlini Arn of ICiiglltli
Oi'luln Mirny ()l hum Aro li-rlil from
!! I ml Inn VHiriln- Sum fni'iiHur Mdiin
Inifii lu i'uiitilliir lor n 11.
Maine takes itsniuno from the province
cf Main, in France, und was so culled us
11 compliment to the queoti of diaries 1,
lloiirii tta, who was lU owner.
New lluuipiliiro fakes ibi Tirtirio from
Hampshire, I ongl.md. New Humpshiro
was originally called Lnconiu.
Vermont in French (verd mont), sig
nifying green mountain.
Massachusetts is an Indian word, slg
Iiifying "country ubotit tin) great liillii."
Kliodo Inland gctH its tiumo because of
its fancied resemblance to the Island of
Uliodes, in Hi'; .Mediterranean.
TI10 real 11:11110 of Connecticut Is Quon-eh-tii-but.
It ii a Mohegan word, und
means "long river."
New York was so named as a compli
ment to the I lull 0 of York, wU'e brother,
Charles II, granted him that territory.
New Jersey was named for .Sir ( Jeorgo
Carter, who was ut that time governor
of the Island of Jersey, in tho British
Pennsylvania, at in generally known,
takes its uaiuo from William I'emi, the
"sylvania" part of it meaning wooils.
Literally it is "Putin's Woods."
Delaware derive:! its natno from
Thomas West, Lord do la Wuro.
Maryland was named in honor of Hen
rietta Maria, queen of Charles I.
. Virginia got its ti.iuio from Queen
KlizaU'th, tho "Virgin Queen."
The Carol inns were named for Charles
(Carol us) II.
MKAMNOH WOItTII IlKltKMIIKItl.'.O.
Florida gets its name from Kanunas
do Flores, or "Feast of the Flowers.'
Alabama comes from u (reck word,
und signilios "Land of Pent."
Louisiana was so named in honor of
Mississippi is n Natchez word, and
means "Father of Waters."
Three or four Indian interpretations
have lieen given for tho word Arkansas,
tho bent Is'ing that it signifies "Smoky
Waters." tho French prefix "Ark" mean
Tennessee, according to soino writers.
Is from Tcnu.'tcii, an Indian chief: others
have it that it means "Kiver of tho Bi
Kentucky does not mean "Dark and
Bloody Ground," but in derived from tho
Indian word Kain-tuk-ae." signifying
"Land at the Head of tho River."
Ohio has had several meanings fitted
to it. Sotnu Bay that it is a Suwuneu
word, meaning "Tho Beautiful River."
Others refer to tho Wyandotte word.
Oheza. which signified "Something
Indiana means land of Indians.
Illinois is supposed to bo derived from
an Indian word which was intended to
refer to a superior class of men.
Wisconsin is an Indian word, meaning
"Wild. Uushitig Waters."
Missouri means "Muddy Waters."
Michigan is from an Indian word,
meaning "Great Luke."
Tho naino Kansas is based on the same
as that of Arkansas.
A VAI.l'Am-E LIST.
Iowa Is named from an Indiun tribe,
the Kiowas: the Kiuwu.j were so called
by tho Illinois Indians because they were
"across tho river."
Tho name of California is a matter of
much dispute. Some writers say that it
first apix'ured in a Spanish romanco of
l.VK). tho heroino being an Amazonian
Colorado is a Spanish word, applied to
that portion of the Ilocky mountains on
account of iU many colored peaks.
Nebraska means shallow waters.
Nevada is ti Spanish word, signifying
"snow covered mountains."
Georgia had its name bestowed when
it was a colony in honor of George II.
Tho Spanish missionaries of 132-1 called
tho country now known us Texas "Mix
tecapuh," and the people Mixteeas. From
this last word tho name of Texas is sup
posed to have been derived.
Oregon is a Spanish word, signifying
"vales of wild thyme."
Dakota means "leagued" or "allied
Wyoming is tho Indian word for "Big
Washington gots its name from our
Montana moans mountainous.
Idaho is a namo that has never been
satisfactorily accounted for. St. Louis
W hy He Didn't KUe.
Detroit is a lovely city and everybody
knows it. The lovo of it is bred in the
bono and never gets out of tho flesh.
Tho other Sunday a visiting clergyman
addressed tho Sunday school of an np
town church. After a serious talk ho
said to tho children:
"All of yon who desire to live in a
better world than this, please rise to
All tho children rose except one small
boy in the comer.
The good man looked at him in pained
"My child." he said, very gently and
kindly, "why don't yon rise with tho
"Detroit's good enough for me, that's
why," sung out the youngster, and tho
solemnity of the occasion was knocked
to pieces. Detroit Free Press.
In buying beef at cat' o or shop you run.
the risk of getting horse meat. Its long
fibers and pinkish blood tell the talo.
Americans Avatch for it 'with eagle eyes,
and their first meal of horseflesh is de
scribed with all tho minuteness ami
gusto of tho first trip up tho Eiffel tower
or the first visit to the Grand Opera.
Paris Cor. Pittsburg Dispatch,
Fine shavings from soft pino wood
make a pleasant pillow. Thoy have spe
cial curative virtues for coughs and lung
While Salmon. Hide.
Wjiitk Haj.mon, Aug. fi, 181)2.
Hon. J. Hunsaker and family started
Tuesday for a trip to the sea shore and
Mrs. A, K. Byrkctt, accompanied by
her grandson, (jus Coleman, Is spend
ing u few days in Portland.
' Abe (iroshong, who has been uway
dining the summer, 1 once more with
A. 8. Blowers & Son's new store
building Is nearly completed and they
will take possession next week.
The people's parly ure forming clubs
nil over tins country, und wo predict
that some of the bosses will wonder
"what struck 'em" ubotit the Slh of
A number of our young people pic
nicked ut White Salmon fulls Sunday,
Those In the party were: Misses Ia-iiu
Jewett, Minnie und llva Blowers,
JIuld.t Knnkiii, Alice Fordycc and Miss
McKay, find Messrs. George Kabcnuii,
John Nicki'lson, J. (j. McKay and A.
Marl I. Anon.
NO.NKY TO LOAN.
! The undersigned will loan money at
1 10 per cent on first mortgage on real
estate, in slate of Washington. Ab
stract of t it lit required and no loans
malleoli unimproved laud.
, A. 8. lium r.H.
White Salmon, Washington,
On account of sickness, I will sell try
place three mill s from Hood Kiver. I
liave 13 acres under cultivation :fn 3
acres pant 11 re, loo fruit trees just com
mencing to bear. j
M. If. Xickki.8KX j
! Cool number 8 second hand cook;
slove for salt! ut Harrison's. i
MKATTY'M oran t '
II. .-,..,1.. ....Oil '
$500 000 I !
i- Inr-., i-aiiiliit'iii-, inlilres
Vusliiiii;tiji, New .Ii-rn-y.
nanii-i r . iwnuy,
NORTH and SOUTH
EL.YST 1KU.ND IKOM HOOD RIVER.
I'No. S. Kx press leaven ut
No. 2, Mail "
11:51 A. M.
llkU 1'. M.
Vt:sT llOl'.M) FROM JIOOD RIVER.
Nn. 7, K.vpreKK lfiive ut 5: IS P. M.
No. 1, Mail " 4:08 A. M.
TI'KiHHI Sl.KKPF.RS RKCUNINO CHAIR
CAR?' AND KINKKS.
Steamers from rorllatid lo .Sua Fninelseo,
For rules ami general Information eull on
llKl'IIT TICKET AOKNT.
W. II. Ill'RLIU'RT, Asst. Cien. Puss. At.
ill Wu.sliiiltim St.. l'ortlaml Oregon.
DO NOT FORGET,
That Marvin Hand bus the finest brands
of cigars, und nn excellent stock of
ehoicecaiidies. lie will have ice cream
every .Sunday, und lemonade, soda
1 water etc, every day.
BEATTY'S PI ANUS AND ORGANS.
j Hon. Daniel V. llentty, the greut Or
gan und Piano manufacturer, is build
ing and shipping more Organs and
Pianos than ever. In 1S70 Mr. IJeutty
left home 11 penniless plow boy, und by
bis indomitable will he has worked bis
1 way up so as to sell so far nearly ltKl,tM)0
of Ueatty's Organs und Pianos since
1S70. Nothing seems to dishearten
him; obstacles laid in his way, that
: would have wrecked any ordinal--, man
forever, he turns to an advertisement
: and comes out of it brighter than ever.
His Instruments, us is well known, nn
I very popular and are to be found in aii
I parts of the world. We are informed
1 that during the next ten years lie in
tends to sell L'O'VH'O more 'of his make;
that means a business of &20,000,0(0, if
I we average them at i?100 each. It is
I already the largest business of the kind
j in existence. Send to Daniel F.Beatty,
Washington, New Jersey, for cata
logue. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lund Olllee nt Vuneoiiver wash. Juno 21, 1802.
To Dougald Cameron and nil whom It may
Notice is hereby plven that the fnllowinpr
nnmed settlor has tiled notice of his. inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
V. It. Dunbar, I'ommissioner United States
Circuit Court tor District ot Wushlnston ut
Uoldcrutale wash, on August Silst lSiii, viz:
Ronald D. Cameron,
Administratiirof the estate of Colin Cam
Pre P. S. No. 1857 for the lots 1 and 2 R v
n 0 and e)Jnw six-. 2 Tp .1 n r 10 e w m.
lie niunes the following witnesses to prove
tils continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz: James Rrown, Frank
Lane, (ierden Palmer, of White Salmon,
Wash, Charles Pearson, of Trout Lake, Wash.
jy2-iis;J John D. Ukouhkuas. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land olllee at Vancouver wash, July, 0.1SSI2.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notico ot his in
tention t04ake final proof in support of tils
claim and that said proof will be made before
W. R. Dunbar, i'ommissioner United Ktutea
Circuit Court for District of Wasnington ut
t'oldcndale Washington, on Wednesday
August 31st 112, viz:
Pre-emption D. S., No. 2501 for the e of n e
J section il township 4 north range 10 e w. 111.
He names t he following witnesses to prove
Ids continuous residence crura uikI eirtiva-
- t ion of, said land, viz: Frank Lane, Kunulil
I D. Cameron. Douglass c. Christie, of white
' .Salmon, wash.. C 11. Pearson, of Trout Lake,
'J.viliigli! Jonn D, OKOfjiiKOAX, Register. .
h lMWfi ON CALE I
i XQjTii to -ajliXj i
FURNITURE AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils etc.
A largo supply of, and Krclimiir. A to sell
JOHN "a7 2s:i.STJ-Z"'S
Celebrated liquid colors and tinted leads.
Undertaking a Specialty.
Prepared to furnish at omr, a fine class of colJIns, also a cheap grade
but neat and substantial.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
1 Wc have First-Class Stock and Outfits, Double Buggies, flacki
j and Saddle Horses.
A Fine Four-Horse Coach, suitable for fiahing or excursion
p.nrtien, carries nine passengers. Parties taken to any accesfi.
ble point. Keliab-) drivers.
Our Dray delivers baggage or freight anywhere ic the Valty
Honesty Is the Hcst roller.
This is a patent medicine advertise
ment, but your attention one moment
may save you much suffering as well us
We cure that eoutrh.
We cure that tickling. '
We cure that backing.
We cure that throat clearing.
We cure croup.
We cure bronchitis.
We cure that la grippe rough.
Wc help you to sin and srieuk.
We are not the S. 1$. lozenges.
We area pleasant cou'h syrup.
We are put up in GO und 7"cent bottles.
We are the S. 15. cough syrup.
Guaranteed by your druggists.
! Beatty's Pianos
'win-re. !-" jr eii'.aionui' ml 1 1 ti-sm
j Hi-iitty, WustiiiiKlon, New Jersey.
Physician and Surgeon
1 Chapman INock
THE DALLES OREGON.
W. H. WILSON.
A TTOKNtiY-A T-LA If.
ROOMS 6-t, AND ."'). NEW VOliT BLOCK,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
Dl'Ft'K & MBXKFEE,
Chapman Block, over Postoff ice
THE DALI.F-S OREGON.
A new stock of Ladies' and Gents'
FILLED AND SILVER
CASES, CHAINS, .
SPECIAL attention given to clean
ing and repairing watches.
J. H. FERGUSON,
Hood River, - - - - Oregon.
Line Of V
1 iv .1 1 ' 1
IQh Be Found nrt
M V. HARRISON.
Does tne Advertising.
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If you take pills it is because you have
never tried the '
S.B.Head ache and Liver
It works so nicely, cleansing the
Liver and Kidneys; acts as a mild
physic without causing pain or sick
) ess, and does not stop you from eat
i gnnd workinar.
To try it is to Uwine a friend to it.
For sale by M. V. Harrison, Hood
Dumr M. 'F' G. Co., Dufur, Ore.
B. R. TUCKER,
OF ALL KINDS.
HOOD RIVER, OR.
Write for entalosup. Addios Daniel F. Beattjr,
M'ttshinglon, New Jersey
HAIBB & BBHTOM,
Snccessfirs to A Rettingen
RETAILERS, AND JOIHSERS I.V
Hardware, Tinware, AVoooktiwarr,
AND CRANITEWARE. '
A complete line of Heating and ."isK Mtnve,
Pumps, l'ipe Plumbers and Steam Fitter'!
Si!ppiies;'also;a complete stork of
Ctirpenter's, Hliicksniltlis' und
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Allinning, PlnmbinK and pipe work will be
done on sliort notice.
SECOND ST., THE DALLES OR.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
And prices reasonable. Call and ex
amine goods at Harrison's store.
MISS INEZ STiLSQN
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Painter and Paper Hanger, and
all kinds of work neatly and
HOOD RIVER, -
S. L. YOUNG.
SUCCESSOR TO E. BECK.
AND SILVERWARE, ALSO
Fine Watch Repairing a Speci
alty. Second St. The Dalles. Or.
Every body wants laud in Hood
River Valley. I have some very de
sirable tracts of good land on "v ".
for homesteads and timbered
claims, with running Va.ei tu
them. I can locate styoal stockmen
advantageously. . Do not f ii: to see
me ut HTiod River FalN m i-'.. "ss me
at Hood River, Wu't, ; '..t;;v;y, Orecjci:.
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