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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1893)
Sfood iivcr Slacier.
II X)D III VKU, OR. MAHCH 11, im.
run rxxsios list.
One of the ubuiet of the pension cy
tern was brought to light recently, niul
it certainly adds force to tin demand
for the revision of the whole pension
list. A ca was cttotl in congress
which whs denial bitterly by sonio
H'tilon crank, wheru a certain pen
sioner waa drawing f'.KI er month for
total deafness, This iHMitiioner was at
the same time employed us switchman
in the eeutral telephone otHce, being
what Is called the "Hello" man, his
business being to receive calls and con
nect the culler with the oliice lie do
irvd. In other word, his occupation
required not only ttiat ho lc not deaf,
but that his hearing be acute. In ap
plying for his pension he swore that lie
was totally deaf, and the physician ex
amining him also certified to his total
deafness. Both of thesa cheerful per
jurers now set up in self-defense that
the pensioner was totally deaf in one
tar. There are thousands of cases just
as fraudulent as that one mentioned,
but not quite so glaring in apitearance.
When the pension list is overhauled, so
that it contains the name of every sol
dier actually entitled to a pension by
reason of disabilities, the public that
foots the bills will be satisfied, but not
until then; and the sooner the weeding
begins and the frauds are thrown out,
the better. The pension list should be
u credit to the nation, and being a pen
sioner should be an honor to the man
instead of a reproach. There are thou
fcauds of worthy men entitled to pen
sions, and in justice to them those not
entitled should be dropped from the
GUANO DALLES TO THE FORE.
Suit has been commenced by Clark
C. Foster of Saginaw, Michigan, to en
join the Kev. O. IX Taylorof The Dalles
from negotiating certain notes to the
amount of $120,000. The notes were
given in the transaction concerning the
Columbia Kiver Fruit Co., which owns
lands up Mill creek. Mr. Foster claims
to have been grossly deceived and
wauts to plead the baby act. That
most of the Land transactions of Kev.
O. D. Taylor, around The Dalles at
least, are of the boom character, with
little or no present merit, is readily ad
mitted. That Kev. O. D. Taylor has
much more talent as a boomer of
earthly town lots than as a dealer in
gilt-edged real estate fronting on the
avenues of the gold-paved streets of the
New Jerusalem, is also admitted freely
and fully. In fact, from the earnest,
not to say honest, efforts of the rever
end gentleman above named, to gather
the golden shekels of the Philistines
into the palm of his hand, while yet a
sojourner in this heavenly footstool, we
are forced to believe that he either does
not take stock In the character of the
asphalt in the celestial city, or else ex
pects to settle outside of said city lim
' its in the long hereafter. Mr. Taylor
has a long head, so long, indeed, that
his eyes being in the extreme front
thereof, operate as a sort of telescope
and so have a tendency to make him a
man of largo views. Keen through his
eyes, a rough shed becomes a factory,
and a sand dune a veritable mound of
verdure. Mr. Foster came to The
Dalles, and according to his letters pub
lished in the Chronivte, took a peep at
Mr. Taylor's property through Mr.
Taylor's eyes. He was deceived, so he
ays; but then, if looking through Tay
lor's eyes for a moment deceived him,
as a fellow Christian why should he
not feel sorry for Taylor, who looks
through that pair of eyes all the time.
Taylor isn't to blame because he is vi
sionary all the time any more than
Foster is for having been visionary long
enough to get his name to $120,000
worth of notes. Foster is not entitled
to sympathy, for be should have known
lietter. He should have known that
when a man who has devoted himself
to the ministry goes into the real estate
business in a boom town, the angels
weep while the intelligent citizen gets
n firm hold on his money saek and cot
tons his ears against the voice of the
siren. "No man can serve both God
and Mammon,'' and had Foster read
the good book to any purpose.he would
have known this. We can add sin
cerely that Mr. Taylor has not de
reived anybody. Mr. Taylor can pro
duce at any time vouchers for his in
tegrity and uprightness from nearly
every minister in The Dalles, backed
up by the indorsements of the deacons
uud elders. He can show by letters of
leading bankers, lawyers and business
men who know him intimately, that
he is a gentleman of sound principles,
good character and fine basiness talent.
Nay, more! He can show by the min
utes of The Dalles board of trade that
he acted as their representative in the
35ast, and that they consider him a
gentleman, a scholar and a Christian,
without guile, and sound in wind, limb
and doctrine. Indeed, the Rev. O. D.
Taylor can show more solid indorse
ments from more solid men than Henry
Elackman can for collator of Internal
revenue, and he claims to have every
body. As a matter of fact, Mr. Taylor
Is one of the leading citizens of The
Dalles, and he has the documents to
prove it. Why then should he be ac-
t cunoiI of deceit? Jr. Ktwter lit th unit
owner of one, of the lliu-st fruit possi
bilities lu Oregon, and he ought to
com to the front and center with lit
premised dollars to develop Ills own
property. If not, why not?
I Tortlaid is iiulte lively for this time
of the year, made so by conspieuoi s
democrat, seeking other conspicuous
; democrats for the purpose of getting
indorsements for the dlll'rcnt nftlcca,
! We know, for we were one of them
and we never felt so unnecessarily con
ispicuous before. We know not how
j others (eel about such matters, but as
I for us we prefer the silent peaceful
I shtults of llo d Kiver to any otllcc that
I has to Ih procured by rustling a crowd
each individual of which is after un
I office himself. We pine to serve our
I country as register of The Dalles land
j office, when the time of tho present
j incumbent exphes, but we solemnly
affirm right now that the game is not
i worth the candle, when a fellow has to
! wear out six dollars worth of lnv
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icauier ioci six cems worm otoomn -
ful reputation, from men who ought to
pay for the privilege of Incoming
known as a friend of ours.
Grand Dalles, Washington, is to
have a brand new paper. The building
is being erected, and the editor is on
hand loading his mind witli tho names
of the streets and things of that kind,
while he becomes familiar with the
principal features of his new field.
L'p to date he has found a box factory
without machinery, a shoe factory
with all its "Inwards" gone, a glass
j factory that has not sand enough to
j run, and a corset factory of about one
man power, the only factory that is
I running. The Grand Dalles is really
iu need of population, and we suggest
to the genial proprietor ef the town
site, that he that he but pshaw ! the
town has more factories now than it
Governor Pennoyer and Phil Mots
chan, will make a tour of Eastern
Oregon in the near future for tho pur- j
pose ot selecting a site for the insane!
asylum, authorized by ihe last legis-j
lature. In the shape of climate, seen
ery and surroundings we believe
Hood Kiver is far ahead of any other
place in the state, liesides all this
have no hesitancy in saying that the I
institution can be started with as large
a number of local charter members, as
anv nlncti nf Hnnhlo thn nWn in tliai
state can furnish. If the Governor
could be made to understand this.
without at the same time learning that
we want the asylum here, we believe
Hood Kiver would get it.
Edward Holman, an undertaker In
Portland has withdrawn from the
Northwest Funeral Directors Associa
tion, and is offering coffins at greatly
reduced prices. Holman is a philan
thropist and it Is to be hoped that a
certain portion of Portland's lo.-.ding
citizens follow the bent of their incli
nations and take advantage of the low
prices to quit.
T. J. Black is the most prominently
named candidate (or the office of coll
ector of customs at Portland. He has
a grip-sack full of indorsements and he
deserves every one of them. We do
not know who his competitors are, but
we do know that none of them would
be of greater credit to the party.
The Fitzsimmons Hall fight termi
nated in four rounds, Hall being knock
out by a blow on tho chin. It was a
disappointment to those who put up
their money to see the fight, but the
briefness of the telegraphic reports, con
cerning it, were acceptable to the pub
lic. School Taxes.
We append Judge Thayer's opinion
concerning the new school law. This
opinion was given at the request of the
citizens of Portland, and is no doubt
correct. It will be seen that no school
taxes can be collected at this time un.
der the new law:
"This matter is a most important one
to the taxpayers of not only this school
district, but all school districts through
out the state. The question involved
is, What Is the construction aud effect
of the late act of the legislature provid
ing a mode of making assessments and
collecting taxes for school and muni
"Section 1 of the act requires the as
sessor in each of the counties to add
four columns to his assessment roll, one
of which shall be beaded "cities," one
"school districts," and the other two
amounts of each resjectively, and to
enter opposite each item of property
assessed, in its appropriate column, the
name of the city and the number of the
school district in which each item of
property assessed is assessable.
"Hection 2 directs in effect that the
clerks of the county courts, in prepar
ing the tax rolls after the several as
sessments have been finally equalized,
shall compute the aggregate value of
all the assessable property in each city
and school district in their respective
counties and compile the same upon a
page or pages oi the tax roll, showing
the names of the cities arranged alpha
betically, and the numbers of the
school districts arranged consecutively,
with the aggregate valuation of the as
sessable property in each.
"Section S provides lu effect that all
' the taxes thereafter levied by any city
! or school district shall be levied upon
the property therein upon the valua
tion of such property as shown by the
assessment roll last completed in which
such school district or city Is included.
"Section 0 provides that all such
taxes shall bo collected by the same
in the same manner mid at the
same time as taxes for count v purposes !
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arccolleeud. The proper treasurer Is
authorized in Miction s to pay such.
funds (school or city taxes ) over to the
several school districts and cities entl- i
, i i .i
upon demand by them
"The above aro the more Important
provisions of the now assessment law
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v. men relate o uu levy oi seuooi ia.cs,
and took etl'ect on February -1, lsii;l.
Therefore it can bo plainly scon, as
Judge Thayer opines, that cities and
o .1. . .1 i- .. i . i. . .i
school districts must wait until the;
general assessments ait made and i
ciiuali.cd, then thev must ascertain !
! frolu n,0 respective clerks mentioned
! ih.. s,.t,n,. v,.t.i..fi.... ..r ti,., r.,n,-iv
. .... .. .
jineiuded within the city or school dis-
, trict as showa bv the last compiled as-
Msment roll malu in the count v in
which it is situated, and then levy the
rate per cent of tax thereon. This in
case of a school district must he voted
at a legal school meeting, either at tho
regular school meeting or a special one
"The clerk of the proper county must
(hen bo notified of tho rate per cent so
levied, continues Judge Thayer, and
the said clerk then extends tho tax,
and tho school district has no further
duties in the matter but to draw the
money front the county treasurer tmd
disburse it. There will not necessarily
lie any embarrasMiieut in following the
mode provided-in tho act, after it is
fairly set in motion; but tho act com
ing into etl'ect at this time, and so sud
denly, will Ik liable to create more or
less confusion. It necessarily results
in postponing the levy of school taxes
iu school district that have heretofore
been levied at tho regular school meet
ing held in March. Hence
school-district taxes for tho year 1S!),1
cannot le levied until after tho assessor
has compiled his work and the state
board of equalization has completed its
. I. ..I...I. . ..r . I . i. . .....
us iiirui'iitnui un- vwunnes run-
not make their said computation until
', after that time, which will nrobulilv not
I 1... lulnru I. ,,.... ,.r lwill
wivic annual ,'1
Mount Ihiod Items.
Editor Gi.A(-i ku:
Hero we aro again! The snow is dis-
j WV" trom hill and vale, and gen-
! tie spring will soon bo upon us. Tho
snow is melting and soaking into the
ground, which is evidenco of a pretty
good crop this season.
The Cooper will have plenty of work
to do; Lots of l.'raham Hour, and the
Baldwin apple will bo in abundance
The Ediot has a dim vision in his Im
agination that ho will have a large
crop of diggers. We havo had a long
Knight of winter, but just Waite till
spring opens, then tho Herring will
Win. Ilodenhiser is getting out ten
thousand cedur posts, which ho Intends
to haul to the station in the summer.
There was a belect party at ll.'s tho
other evening. It was so finely select
ed that there wasn"t much of It.
Maggie Wishart, while coast inir the
other evening, received a very bad cut
on tho face. More anon.
Dividends in riilladeliilila.
The Jannary pajTnents of interest
and dividends in this city uro tho
heaviest of tho year. Upon Jan. 1 in
terest matures on a large portion of the
national debt, and tho government pays
the quarterly interest on tho 4 per
cents., about $,'M,(m, and also $l,0:,
705 semiannual interest on the Pacific
railroad bonds known as tho "currency
sixes." The semiannual interest on tho
debt of the city, duo Jan. 1. is now
pain, mo city interest auo is
$1,510,0?."), of which .fj.772 iroes into
the city sinking fund. Tho principal of j
t ,i it i i f i-
tho City debt upon Winch interest IS dis- :
bursed is $52,417,300. It is estimated
fvf . ,. m -i i i
that all the money paid m Philadelphia
ror January interest ami uivmenus ex
ceeds $10,000,000. Philadelphia Ledger.
A Turtle'n Iaik I ant.
In June hist a tree on tho farm of
Mortimer Hamilton, in Jackson county,
Ind., was blown down uud pressed into
the earth a large snapping turtle. Some
days ago tho limb which imprisoned tho
turtle was removed, and the animal
1 1 -IV j 1 . .
crawieu on. apparently umiurt. uunng ;
all that time It had existed without frxvl I
or water. Yankee Blade.
v..t. r.i...i. .
Agalnxt Wide Cravats.
Tho attempt to widen a dress cravat
nearly two inches is a fallacious fancy.
There is nothing so untidy looking as
tho appearance of tho band of the white
lawn cravat above tho coat collar. At
this width, unless it is crumpled consid
erably, it would reach almost to tho top
of the linen collar. Clothier and Fur
nisher. A New IIiiHeball Clove.
A new form of baseball glove has in
the palm an air cushion or pad which
can be removed aud inflated. It is made
in compartments, connected by free but
restricted passages, and surrounds a
central portion which is unpadded. Tho
arrangement of tho glove is said to give
admirablo results. New York Journal.
Cleanlnir Street by Electricity.
An electric snow plow has been de
signed with a thirty horse power motor
for propelling tho car and independent
reversible motors for running the
('rushes. It is intended for use on street
railways. New York Journal.
WtM make tliespi'liiii scumm of sni, m eon
vitU'iit I'lmvs throuuhoiit the alley ami
While Salmon Wn'.i!tiutnii, Tlnit mid pliice
iitJvt lo future appointments.
Rescript Ion and lYitlgivc.
"M Kl 1 1 pc 1 1 1 Ik m oonlhlaek 1 1 mi iliU-lonlati, t
yean old; 18 linnsd; weight llUI pouiulu; Hired
liyMmw'e llaihhlotnnliin; dam, a lopprr-
"""",M ,n,,,v' "Midutaiir un s...i .ii-ihi-
Honed horn, rt loppy drlTiT ami unite tt trot-
fori unm ,.r MH
Mu..iiliiit y ., vice uk. win t.y $n for ini:U
(ervtiv, ducat niu(r servic., or n.ifoiiiu'
,v'"'' '"'eodim: i.y sinuM ,rti.i
; ami iniiro Tallinn to catch, can bleed tiy the
; Mimm y Uu, ,,,, ' mil .,f,, sa.
I toil lO clolt July l,i, 1MH.
l or Icrm uud oilier Imoi inutUui apply to,
A. I.. I'iii i.is,
unice tit the Hood River Pharmacy, i
Th. bivoiiun ot iiv. io, u i r int. . vein
coin inn to he mi industry that i. based mi
''i"i'oi'nioiiK ami .uieuiut ions ot m.iih, mat-
teal nicely. In trottluu liorvo clrclr (h,ii
,, ,,,, ,, ,,,,,, 1
Iiovm'n ttiat t'.v llioli' lriviltni aiil ilt-trlpllue
imveuouo o rar towanl kIiomhh iia nuuU
iUn i ttu iwomiiiiiic mi li un iiu hum i
' 11,1,1 "'" !'ut,i" u t,i inin i.ioo,! inio
i N.. M.,m..n rv.i p.n m.mi, n.r !
I ri'i'loi'UU'l'H Into Itui 'J.'M UM wlllionl lm-
, sl,lni,tMnK , s,1(lu. fl. . ,..,.,. r
nuite un.l win. mv mioi- iim iii.r tn.ta ..iii. i
tlma Hint nl' incut lutvo loiuul winit I ln
uant In w hat mi' Uiiown u llu pc, Utl dairy
InwiN ami 1 1 io mutton hrrriN. Hivnuso uf n
lout lino l lit'trillm; la this pnrtti iilai' tllr
IVllllll till' llll'ttt l,Uu tun Ivi ii loM sllit of.
(Ml tlio oar liaml wo liavr tin' llltio .loisvy
w lioo ilij;i'Mlvo unit tift.MinUiittvc upi'ioatn
turnsall hor lol in I ho Hio,'iiou ul the milk
pall, w hi It on tho other It tho.Monii.i with
Its wiimlcrlul IWi'ool tilUMiialll niul ih nMtv.
Tho man w ho Is lavtMInx for lit of or pork ran
aiaUo his kpIivUoiih liniii anions iho ral ly
uiiitiiiiin; hrooiln that ooino to iht lr mainrUv
mora slowly, ami make (ho heavier v nvai-r.i
for MTliil iiuil'kou. All llm hri uiUr ,lnvi iln
now In to lay mil lit work l oro htm ami
then mciiiv the right Itistmim in. '1 In n ho
can out I rue to tho lino, Ironomy In tho lay
Inn out of the work ami skill lu tho u of tho
tools will eOuie with a lllllolimu an.t oxp.ii
mii'p. Nebraska I'nriin r.
Hod not Inn Sale at Mr. ('. J. limit1.
Sweeping reduction of ladles' hats for
cu.h until March 1'ith.
fi-OOhats for l.(K)
Ladies' wo solicit patronage.
NOTICE FOll PUtMCATlON.
I.aml nitli e at Vuiuoiivor ah.Mari li.l. IJ? l.
ItotUo Is lioithy fei that thu folowii-
m,mili M Ui.r Int.- lll.-.l uolu.i of In
Uiilioii In niako llmil prool in support hi
claims ami that sulil prt,r will l uiailo ho
foio W. I(. luiuhai' I 'oiiintlsMouiT t'. N. I lr
onit Court ll-irh lof wi!ilm;oii ul (loliii u
dale uushiiiKtoaua April .'i. l.v.ia ti;
orslmu. II. I'.loh.
l're-f inptlon 1). S. No. XM tor the u w s.o
i Tp 3 n r lie w in.
lie mimes the followintr m Knows to irvo
hla continuous reslilom.' upon ami culllwi-
in ol sun! html, M.: .Marlon Lock. M.iulrv
.ock, J. Homy Kvuns, ruler (iroshon, all of
white salmon, Washington.
uu'lillapll'i John 1. (iK.x. un. aii, r.rclMor
NOTICE FOll PUBLICATION.
I.miiJ Olllce at Vancouver, WrsIi., .Moh. 6, lsai
Notice Is iicrehy rIvph t lint tin folio Iiik
niimmt settler Inn filed notti'o of Ills luti'iitlun
to intikti tlnal t'omuiulnt ton proof lu nuppon
of his chum, ami that miiil proof ill h muile
litforo thu hi'Kistcr uud Kcct'ivvr of thu I . H.
i.anu lines uk unvouvvr, usn., on April
iiia lsM, viz:
Frt-ilrlck W. White.
II. K.SDH2 for tho e , see fl'J'p 3 a r 11 ev in.
Ho iinmon tho follow ins wlliiossus to provu
Ills continuous, resilience upon uud culllvatlon
oisiuii mini viz: .Mil.e .immei iniiu, Wlllliim
A.syinms, ltohert M. CleiuaiiK, Ira W. I.
Itmiibone, all ol'W hlle Suluion, Klickitat Co.,
Illellllapllo JolIK D. (jF.OIJIIKUAS. Itci;lstrr.
NOTICE FOll PUBLICATION.
Lnmt fitlleo at Vancouver wash, I'i h, 'JO, IK'J'I.
Notice Is hereby clvnii that lh following
named settler has Med notice of his Intention
to nuiko tlnitl proof In support t,( his claim,
and that Kind proof will lie made Indole W.
It lliinlmr, Commissioner V. (s, circuit Court
for Mstrlct of wnshliiKton nl (odilenauio
Washington on April lftih 1mi:, vl.:
John K. Ilensel.
Homestead application. No. 7s5." for the s
of s w i n t of s e and ri e ;4 of a w 1 sue
15 Tp,i n r 12 oust w in.
Uu naiufs the followlnit witnesses to provn
his continuous rMideueo upon and cultiva
tion ol, sniil land viz: l.eroy l'lirsvlh, Joseph
0. Hilva, James KHz, John A. Uililam, all of
1. yle 1'. o. W'iiHhlm;ton.
flj'micliSl John 1). (icojfhoKHn, Iteglster.
Notloa Is hereby Klvnn that thn underslKneit
has been duly ;uppolnted lulmlnlHtrntor of
wime oiiv. r. i.oe, uwni.sod, by tho Hon.
oo; County, aduliuH duly o,uallll(iin inch. All
vtiiiii.y iourt oi me niaie oi i iicl'oii for u as.
?ZTZ!,'ux'hX.nvl mM "".,. .H,i"
thereforo, hereby notllled to present their
claims duly verlllod to thn undersigned at
.V . I"."' T8"!' "'li".n KU from
the date herof, and any eliiltu not presented
within that time win i posipomid i.ntii all
clalinB iireHunted within tnal time lire fully
Hood Hlvor, Oregon, Feb., lllh ISfl.1.
H. C. (U,K.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Lrnid, Act June J, ISTi).
L'nltcd Htates Land Oftir.e,
Vancouver, Wash., Jun.,21, 189X
Notlco Is hereby trlven Unit In eointillance
with the nrovlHloiiH of tho aet of Comrcas of
JuneS, 1S7S, entitled "An net for the mile of
nt.me lumU in tho hiiUoh of California, Ore
K')n,.Ncvuda, and waHhlnuton Teri-ilor
Imino.of'Cheowlth. count v of Klick
itat, Htato of wush,, has thlH day II led In
thin olllce hlK Hworn ntatement no. 17.V!, for the
purchaHaofthe loin 3 and 1 of nectlon no 'M In
townHhlpNo3north,rani;eno.H cunt, w m and
will offer proof to show that tho land ouiht Id
more valuable for its Mtoue than for
agricultural purposes, and to CHtuhllHh hii
claim to nald land before the KcetHter and Re
ceiver of this oltico at Vancouver, wash., on
Wednesday tho 12th duy of April 1HD3.
He namen as witnesses: Amos I'nderwwd,
Kdwnrd Underwood, of Hood River Oregon,
Robert Cnrr, of CiiKcudos wush., Churles
Myeri, of Chcnowlth, wash.
Any and all persons clalinlnir adversely the
above described lands are reuiiCKted to ;ile
their claims in tills olllce on or before said 12th
duy of April, 1M.
Jiiiiiupl Joim D. OkoohkOAN. Rrftlstor
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
X.und oiricentVancoiiver wash. Veb. .1, 1593.
Notice is hereby given that thn following
named settler has. Med notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of ids claim,
and that said proof will lie made before the
Register ond Receiver U. H. Land oniee at
Vancouver wiuh., on April '.), lhtM, viz:
Clttus II, I'carsoii.
D. R. No. 2m for the e t s e and s n e V'
sect Ion 8 Tp 0 n r 10 e w m.
He names tho following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon und cultiva
tion of, suld land viz: l'eter Ktolier, Sr., Kniu
uel Hloller. of Vancouver wash., IVtorNehniid,
lmniel V. Ka!gi, of Trout Lake wash.
mchipl8 Joh.n V. OKOGil.CiAS, Register.
fT5 CP153 F3l
FURNITURE AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils etc.
A largo Htipply oT, and .V -.Vr A'AMu soil
Colubratotl IUiiUI cnhis and linlrtl loads.
Prepared to furnish at once, a line
llt heat . i M
Mays m Growe,
HARDWARE, TINWARE, Etc, Fto.
Corner of Second and r'odoi.il Slroufa.
net. Kii:u mi
Acorn and Charter Oak
Stovoa and RanoM.
(Juni, Ammunition and Spnrtitnr (inmh,
Pumps and Tplpe,
That thirty days Is as long as w can ini'.it gout!, nnd would rei('lfully
request our patrons ta gowni tlieunehvs aecir.llnly.
And a Comploto I..Iik: i f
DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND MEDICINES.
House BiultlerVi Goods. Sash
and Boers, Mouldings,
Brackets aH Wood Tamim
Lime. Plaster and Lath Ceil ing,
Rustic aud Flooring.
on riiniuiiT Nortci;.
, t. HTRAMAHAN,
RAWS0N & WEBER
Ilavfion hand n. full supply (if I-rtiit, Sluulo un-l Oniainciital trec; prp
vine, small fruits, Hoses and Shrubbery.
Ite Hiiro to get our prices befm-piiicli:iliigcincvhpro.
Itemeniber our trees nri'srown strict ly wltliuiit lriij;rtion.
THE DALLES. ------ OREGON
W. A. BLiNOEitr.Anf), Local Agotit.
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
Choicest Meats, Ham,
Bacon, lard, Game,
Poultry, Also Dealers in
VEGETABLES AMD FRUITS.
Corner of Onk nnd Fourth Streets,
Ilnnna will sell you goods nt former
prices and give you .5 percent, discount,
but remember he will not put it on the
slate, as the sliite has hern broken.
Having tried the credit nystcm for
two yeai-s, and not In-ing tible to adjust ""y, 't"d hlaite hiisiness, are hnndlinjf
my prices so as to give cash custoiiiers 1 'aiii, chop looil ami buy. They are
the beneiit of cash prices, I have iron- d "gents for the Knnpp'llurrclf & Co.
eluded to soil for cash only, with a f 'machinery, liiiln wngoiiH, hacks, bug
percent, discount to all. fci'' wiiiduiills mid pumps, Oliver
Wo often hear our customers nsk, i Chill nnd Steel plows; garden ciilllva
"Why ean'tourmerehants sell as chenn irs, plows uud harrows: iiml will unit
as they do at Tho Dalles?" I will tdi,, their Mt, Hood conches, hacks nnd bujr
you why. When vou iro to The DuIIoh ' gi's, now In use. In order in oner, in
you pay cash for your gooHs and get j
the benefit of your cash. I will do the !
time by you. J. E. IIaxna. '
I It IN
Ill us, alio a cheap grade
1 1 sub- taut la
Mini ( ftirlif.
Lewis & Star
Coin! aiii 'i Aivlrtiltiiral lapUuwaOi
II. (,'. CVJB
Vl cJinuiAiia mUrvrnti uCv Nie? a.
- - .
T I oi id Itivcr, Orr
Kcnd Tills nnd Profit by It.
Olltiireriiiid Bono, proprietors of th
P.ig Kcil liiU'il, In iiiiilitioll to tbnlr llv.
I be fpring with un entire new outfit,
'll and price 1 heir goods,