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HOOD RIVER, OR. APRIL. 2, 1S94.
The mall arrives from Mt. flood at 11 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts tie same days at noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A. M. arrives at
1. M. Saturdays.
For White Salmon leaves dally at 8 A. M.
arrives at one o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon leaves for Furna', Gil
mer, Trout i.ake and Glenwood Mondays.
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Canby Post No. 18 G. A. R., meets at Odd
Fellow's Hall, first Saturday of each month
at 2 o'clock p. m. All G. A. R. members In
vited to attend.
M. B. Potteu,
C. J. Hayes, Commander.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Tbe apple trees are beginning to
Leslie Butler of The Dalles was here
Floating bath soap at. the Hood
Miss Ida Foss is teaching school at
Australian Club seed wheat for sale
at Olinger & Bone's.
Dr. Brosius, and Ed Williams, were
in The Dalles Monday.
Ground SulphuY for spraying at the
Hood River Pharmacy.
S. E. Bartmess is agent for the Bri
dal Veil Lumber Company.
The New York Racket store is now
open. Call and examine goods and
If you want a competent, thorough
and obliging county clerk, vote for Ed
' For sale cheap, a No. 5 Davis Stum p
Puller. Levi Monroe.
FlnlllilA mnnlrlpil flnnru $1 7 All
kinds moulding i cent per inch.
Hood River Mfg. Co
- Mrs. Champlin came up from Port
land Thursday niht, and is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. L. Neff. ' .
l'Vank Stanton and some of bis neigh
bors got a carload of wheat from Sher
man county Wednesday.
We need ten cords of wood, and will
gladly trade newspipjr far it. Sixteen
inch stove wood preferred.
The river raised 42 inches in 24 hours
nt The Dalles from 7 o'clock Tuesday to
the same hour Wednesday. -
If you want to buv a farm, anything
front live acres to 00, call at this shop
and we will give you a pointer.
Matt Watson after a few days visit,
left for California via the Sound where
his wife is visiting lelatives, Monday.
strangers here in the past week. Some
of them will probably locate with us. '
Hon. John F. Cap.rs of Portland
op ncd tbe republican campaign at The
dalles Saturday evening of lust week:
Quarterly meet ing at the U.B. church
Sunday, April 29th. Presiding Elder
Parker will preach morning t id eveu
ing. Wool was received at Moody's ware
house, in The Dalles, Tuesday, from
Crook county. Shearing is progress
In some portions of the valley the
peach crop will lie an entire failure,
while in others the trees are loaded
with bloom. . j
Miss Hattie Oilar who is teachinajl
school in tbe classical precinct of "Hog
Heaven," Washington, was home for a
visit Saturday. '-' "
W. P. and Jesse Watpn are doing
the granper act, and it is safe to suy
that tlie finest garden in the valley wnl
be on the Watson place.'
Our "Whole Wheat Graham" is for
sale at ail the stores. We guarantee !
every sacK to 03 mane or clean JNo. 1
wheat. Hakbison Bros.
Tbe strawberry crop is in fine condition,-and
with proper behavior on the
part of the weather clerk, the yield will
be beyond that of last year by 50 per
cent. 1 . ' .
Buckingham's Dye for the whiskers
does its work thoroughly, coloring a
uniform brown or black, which, when
Irir will noitltoi. rtilt wuoh fp i uri I
'75 acres of land for sale all fenced in,
and within 3 miles of JVlosier station.
Half cash balance on time a living
spring on the property. Enquire ut
Will Langille will go out to Cloud
Cap next week, and will begin getting
the road in order. From present ap-
Cearuuces, the Inn will not be open
efore July 1st.
Miss M. Dahl, representing Mrs. M.
Le Ballister of The Dalles, will be in
Hood River every Saturday. Her goods
Will be displayed at Rand, Dent & Co.'s
store. Be sure to call. ,
Hugh Gourley addressed a gathering
of the citizens of Moro, last. Saturday
evening, on the subject, "Banerlts of
the National Bank Act and the Neces
sity of Sound. Money." ' -
There is Is talk of settling the dis-
fruittu Buuiiui uuuae iuvuliuu uy ocicut
ng a block on the Coe place. The site
proposed is perhaps the best yet
brought to public notice.
The Hood River Box Co., have just
put in the machinery and are now pre
pared to roll barley or wheat. They
will also keep in stock, all kinds of
rough and dressed lumber. '
The A. O. U. W. concert last Friday
evening was. a success in every way,
though some complaint is made at the
rude conduct of some of the "young
gentlemen" in the audience.
P. C. McGuireand II. A. York went
to the Locks'last Sunday on a railroad
velocipede. They were wrecked sever
al times', but arrived; home in the
evening so well satisfied with the trip,
that they will never take another.
Bertha Kreft, at The Dalles, Tues
day, was hit in the' head by a rock
carelessly thrown by some boys. It cut
a gash in the scalp about an inch long.
The little girl is about eight years old,
and was playing in the school yard at
J. E. Hanna has been a very sick
man for the past ten days, but is some
what better. His many friends will be
plensed to learn even 'of a slight im
provement, and we sincerely hope that
by our next issue we can chronicle the
fact that he is out of danger. ' , ,
The Columbia is again on the rise. It
is now nearly twenty feet above low
tvater mark, and it looks as though the
regular spring rise was fairly on. There
is an immensity of snow in the moun
tains, and if the Snake and Columbia
send down their floods together, there
Will be remarkably high water.
The governors of Oregon have been
John Whiteaker, from 1859 to 18G2:
Addison C. Gibbs, 1862 to 1806; George
L. Woods, 1868 to 1870; LaFayette F
Grover, 1870 to 1877; S. F. Chadwick,
1877 to 1878: W. W. Thaver, 1878 to
1882; fcenas F. Moody, 1882 to 1886; Syl
vester Pen uoyer, 1886 to 1804.
Grant County News: Oregon needs a
few more useless commissioners, and
the following new officials are suggest
ed in order to consume the surplus state
funds; State rabbit chaser, irrigation
agitator, cricket erucifier, artificial
rainmaker, alfalfa inspector, prune ex
aminer, hop howler, and inspector of
national forests reserved.
Many of our farmers are making solid
improvements in building fences and
securing a correct survey of their lands.
Our surveyor, Mr. C. J. Hayes, has
been busy for the last week or ten days
in surveying lands for Messrs. Hencks,
Sims, Jackson, ' Billings, Divers and
Blowers, and is still at work. This-is
as it should be and shows enterprise In
the right direction.
Last Saturday afternoon a bold rob-
her went into the conntv t.rpasiirftr's
office ill Portland and asked the clerk, !
Charles Malarkey, to change a $20 !
piece. There was no one else in the !
oliice, and as Malarkey went, into the
vault to get the change, the man fol
lowed him, ordered him to throw up
Ins hands, and as he did not do so, shot
him. The robber got away with about
$500. Malarkey will recover.
County Christian Endeavor Convention.
- The society of Christian Endeavor
will meet in county convention . in
Hood River May 1st, P'ollowing is the
programme for the occasion: ;
. AT U. B. CHURCH.
6.30 A. M. Sunrise prayer meeting;
led by J. E. Hanna.
AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
10:00 Music and consecration ser
vice; led by Rev. J. R. Parker. ;
10:30 Address of welcome; by Rev.
II. F. Gilt.
11:00 Response by Miss Etta Story.
11:15 Open parliament on lookout
committee work. '.'',
1 :30 P. m. Prait i service.
2:30 Iutermission. Music. ,
2:45 Organization . and election of
officers. ; .
3:00 President's address. Music,
' 3:30 County secretary's report..
4:35 Paper by Mrs. Gilt, Inter-de-nominationalism.
AT U. B. CHURCH.
7:00 P. M. Prtdse service, led by Rev.
7:15 Prayer and consecration ser
7:30 Address by Rev. J. B. Parker
on Christian Citizenship. Music.
f 0 Paper by Mm. Bai ..mess, Possi
bilities of Life. Music.
8.15 Address by Rev. J. W. Jen
kins, subject, The pledge. Mui-'c.
Fruit (in. tvers Union.
There Will be a meeting of the stock
holders of the above named corpora
tion on Saturday, April 28th, 1894,
in Hood River, at 2 o'clock p. m. for
the pnrpose of considering matters of
importance. By order of the presi
dent: H. F. Davidson, Secretary.
Peojile'd Tarty ' nominations.
Representatives, W. J. Peddicord, of
Sherman and L. Henry, of . Wasco
counties. Clerk, John Taylor; Sheriff,
John W. Elton; Treasurer G. W. John
son; Commissioner, W. J. Harriman;
Supt. of Schools, Miss Mary E. Frazier;
Assessor, C. L. Kone; Coroner, John
Applegate; Surveyor, P. P. Underwood.
Captain Ferguson of D company,
went over to Klickitat county one day
this week after a lot of hogs. It is ru
mored that in view of the possible com
ing of the "Industrial Army," he was
fully convinced that it would be better
to shoot them with a few sides of hog
meat than anything else, hence this
move in advance. ,
. Now Is the time to have your teeth
attended to.'ns Dr. E. T. Cams, dentist
of Portland, is in Hood River, and
prepared to do all kinds of dental work.
Prices cheaper than ever before. .Teeth
extracted without , pain. Teeth on
gold aluminum and rubber plates,
gold crown and bridge work, all kinds
of fillings. All work guaranteed.
Dr. Cams will remain in Hood River
until about May ls.t.!
NOTICE. ( ; .
For the next three hundred and
sixty-five days: My prices are, ror
half soling men's boots or shoes 60
cents; ladies, 30: patches, 10 cents; toe
tips, 30 cents; children's 25 cents. x
A thoroughbred Jersey bull, for sale
cheap for cash. Also have several cows
to dispose of. Mbs. D. K, Ordway. ,
. Poles and Polemics.
The editor, in an unguarded moment,
bought at sheriff's sale about 800 tele
phone poles, situate lying and being in
Hood river and on the banks thereof.
Since that time the Columbia has made
three distinct and separate rises and
Hood river two. Each lime this pur
veyor of news gossip and information
has been compelled to get in and hustle
to save them. Such was the case Wed
nesday and Thursday, which is our ex
cuse for the paucity of news in this
issue. In a few. weeks, when the gold
flecked strawberry gets a move on and
the busy farmer gets time to come to
town, we will be able to get out a paper
Until then we simply do the best we
can and blow her up with Da'llas' hand
bellows "This ought to make the issue
"breezy," but somehow, like soda water,
the filling doesn't seem to stay. Be
sides all this, we have grown so tired of
these telephone poles that we can't
even tel-a-pbony story.
C. ,E. Convention Items.
Tbe Regulator is expected to land
the delegates at the depot landing.
Remember the sunrise and evening
services will be, held in the U. B.
church, and the forenoon and after
noon services in the Congregational
church, , ' v , .
Five speakers from abroad, are . ex
pected. Ten societies in the. county
have been asked to send five delegates
Delegates will be designated by white
badges. The U. B. society by red, the
Congregational socity by blue and the
M. E. society by orange, while tbe re
ception committee will be recognized
by their bouquets of Oregon grape.
State convention at Corvallis Oregon
May 10th to 13th.
Bncklca's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises,, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rbeum,
Fever Sores, Tetter Chapped Hand,
Chilblains, Corns,and all Skin Erupt
ions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perlect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. . For v sale by
Hood River Pharmacy.
Married Sixty Tears. "
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Rogers celebrated
the sixtieth anniversary of their wed
ding at their home two miles west of
Hood River, Tuesday. " Though not of
remarkable age, Mi. Rogers being 79
and Ii is wife 77, tbe occasion is a rare
one. Of their family, their sons E. C.
and Charley and their families, a
granddaughter, Mrs. Plla Gray, and
a great-grandson,' Mrs. G.uy's 10-year-old
boy, were present. Despite tbe
busy time apd demand of berry plants
for every momens's care, nearly ail the
neighbor joined in celebrating the
event with them. A fine dinner was
served, and tbe occasion was thorough
ly enjoyed by all. i
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller of Canajoharie, N. Y.,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's
Tic.M.ii'ir In tl,rt hmioA nnfl Ilia
I family always found the very best re
': suits follow, its use; that he would not
be without it if procurable. G.A.Dyke
: man, druggist, Catskill, N. Y., says
that Dr. King's New Discovery is un
doubtedly the best cough remedy; that
he has used it in his family for eight
years, and it has never failed to do all
that is claimed for it.
The Acme Tree lVasi. '
1 The Hood River Pharmacy has taken
i the agency for the sale of the Acme In
j secticide Compound, manufactured by
Watson irwin s jo., uaKiana cam. .
nia. Call on us for circulars and in
NURSERYMAN, SEEDMAN, AND FLORIST
609, 511 and 513 Seventh St.,
Oakland, Cal., May, 1st 1S93.
Watson, Erwin & Co. ,
Dear Sirs: I have used your . Acme
Insecticide Compound, and have found
it to be the most effective and cheapest
remedy for desroying all kinds of pests
to which plants and trees are subject.
Can reccommend it as a first-class ar
ticle.. vYours Truly, .
. In the year 1893 I used over a ton of
Acme Insecticide for the black and
brown scale, and this season I am
spraying every tree I have in my or
chard. My experience is that the
Acme is the best wash that was ever
put on the market, as it can be used at
any time of the year without injury to
the buds or forage. '
George P. LowriE.
Eighty acres, five miles from town;
40 acres in cultivation; 600 trees, prin
cipally apple, in full bearing. All
fenced. Good house and barn. Three
shares of water in Hood River Supply
Co. go with the place. Good well and
spring. Harvey Crapper.
A wind mill, pump tower pump etc.,
all in good order also several horses and
colts. Apply to F. H. Button or Ed.
Rand, Hood River Oregon. ;
House and lot in Hood River. Ap
ply to A. S. Blowers.
THE COMING MAN.
Oh, not for the great departed
Who formed our country's laws.
And not for the bravest hearted
Who died in freedom's cause.
And not for some living hero
To whom all bend the knee.
My muse would raise her souk of praise
Kut for the man to be.
, For out of the strife which woman
Is passing through today
A man that is more than human
Shall yet be born, 1 say.
A man in whose pure spirit
No dross of self will lurk:
A man who is strong to cope with wronu,
A man who is proud to work.
A man with hope undaunted, '
. A man with godlike power
Shall come when he most is wanted;
Shall come at the needed hour.
Ho shall silence the din and clamor
Of clan disputing with clan.
And toil's long fight with purse proud
Shall triumph through this man. .
I know he Is coming, coming.
To help, to guide, to save.
Though I hear no martial drumming
And see no flags that wave. .
But the great soul travail of woman.
And the bold, free thought unfurled.
Are heralds that say he is 011 the way
The coming man of the world. .
Mourn not for vanished ages
With their great heroic men, '
Who dwell In history's pages
And live through the poet's pen.
. - For the grandest times are before ub.
And the world is yet to see v
' The noblest worth of this old earth
fn the men that are to be. 1 ,
-Ella Wheeler Wilcox in New York Truth.
In His Pocket For Fifty Years.
"' Mr. S. T. Fulton, who recently
came to Du Bois from Smicksburg',
Indiana county, carries in his trou
sers pocket a brass , medal that has
beep with him for more than ' CO
years. When he waa a young man,
more than half a century ago, he
was teaching school down in , Cam
bria county, and while there Mat
thew W. Gibson, a young Catholic
priest, became his fast friend. Mr.
Fulton is not a Catholic, but when
he left Cambria county Father Gib
son gave him the medal that he still
It is a round piece of brass about
the size of a half dollar and engraved
on both sides, but now -worn almost
smooth from having been carried in
Mr. Fulton's pocket so many years.
On one side is the head of Mary, the
mother of Christ, and the letters "O.
P.M. Mother, Pray For Us." On the
other side is the head of Christ and
"Man Salvator." The young priest
who gave it to Mr. Fulton informed
him that it had come from Rome and
had been blessed by- the pope. Du
Bois Courier. -
Evidence by Photography. -
An instance of the safety and cer
tainty of photography as a witness
occurred at an inquest. A servant
fell wrhile cleaning a window and
was killed. No one saw the accident.
But her employer, who happened to
be an amateur photographer, took a
photograph of the window before
anything was disturbed. This pho
tograpli showed the position of the
sashes, the wash leather, dusters, etc.,
on the sill, and satisfied the coroner
that the girl was sitting outside at
the time she fell and was not leaning
out from the inside. It is suggested
that the time is not far distant when
a photographer will be officially at
tached to every division of police.
The Position of a Sister. , v
A sister is a sort of a guardian
angel in the home circle. Her pres
ence condemns vice. She is the q uick
ener: of good resolutions, the sun
shine in the pathway of home. To
every brother she is light and life.
Her heart is the treasure house of
confidence. In her he finds a "safe
adviser, a charitable, forgiving, ten;
der, though often undeserved friend.
In her he find3 a ready companion.
Her sympathy is as open as day and
6weet as the fragrance of flowers.
A Remarkable Funeral Procession. .
When Tsching Tschu, the grand
chamberlain and brother-in-law of
Prince Kungof China, was buried, he
was followed and preceded by a re
markable procession. The bier was
canned by SO men, each pair of whom
had poles of different lengths under
it. . These M men were preceded by
46 flag bearers, fc camels and 24
milk white horses. Behind the pall
bearers came 160 men, each bearing
their portion of 16 long planks.
These planks or boards were painted
red, and over this in yellow letters
were the names and titles of the de
ceased nobleman. St. Louis Re
An Enormous Ralsam Poplar.
Near Geneva; N. Y., is a balsam
poplar tree 120 feet high, diameter of
the top 115 feet and with a trunk 23
feet in diameter. It is probably the
finest specimen of this tree in the
world. It is on the home grounds
of Charles Bean, Esq. It has been
taken for the common Canadian pop
lar, but Dr. Sweet is authority for
the corrected name. It is believed to
be about 100 years old and is called
the century tree, but as this would
make an average increase of nearly
S inches in diameter a year it must
be older than supposed. Meehan's
' 1 : Whom to Consult.
Doctor (to patient) What ails you?
Patient Indeed I don't know. I
only know that I suffer, i .
"What kind of a life do you lead?"
"1 work like an ox, I eat like a
wolf, I am as tired as a dog, and I
sleep like a horse." , , -
"In that case I should advise you
to consult a veterimry surgeon."
Texas Sif tings. 7
Only the Scars Remain.
"Among the many testimonials which I
See in regard to certain medicines perf orm
Jng cures, cleansing the blood, etc.," writes
Henkt Hudson, of tha James Smith
Woolen Machinery Cq.;
Philadelphia, Pa., "nouo .
Impress me more than my
own case. Twenty years
ago, at the age of 18 yoars,
I had swellings come on
my legs, which broke and
. liennTnA rnnnlnc Dn.n.
i.'rH do me no e-nod. ft.nd it wna
li&J would be affected. At last,
gSjjmy good old mother
urged me. to try Ayor'a
lfs3 bottles, the sores healod.'
ip and I havo not been
sa troubled slnpiv titt i im
Bears remain, end tlio
LgrSSlZ memory 01 tne past, to
Ayer's Sarsaparilla has done me. I now
weigh two hundred and twenty pounds, and
am In the best of health. I have been on the
road for the past twelve years, have noticed
Ayer'g Sarsaparilla advertised In all part3
of the United States, and always take pleas
ure in telling what good It did for me."
. For the cure of all diseases originating !u
Impure blood, the best remedy Is . ' .
Prepared by Dr. J. O. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Mats,
Cures others, will cure you
Stoves and tin-
ware, kitchen fur
tools and. plumb
ers goods of all kinds.
Repairing of tinware a specialty.
C. J. HAYES, SUEVEYOK.
All work given him will be done cor
rectly and promptly. He has a few
good flaims upon which he can locate
parties; both fnrming and timber lands.
A. S. BENNETT.
OP FICE IN SI I ANNO'S BUILDING CORN Ell
OF COURTAND SECOND STREET,
The Dalles, Oregon.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
' HOOD RIVER, OR.
Is especially prepared to treat Diseases of
Local surgeon for Union Pacific Ry.
Duvva & Menkfee,
Chapman Block, over Postoff ice
THE DALLES OREGON.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. '
United Btates Land Office,
The Dalles, Oregon, March 20, 1894.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provini ns of the act of .Congress ot
June 3, 1878. entillud "An act for the sale ot
timber lands in tne Slates of California, Ore
eon. Nevada and Washington Territory," James
M. Hoag, of Hood River, conn y of Wasco,
state of Oregon, has this day tiled in this oliice
his sworn statement No for the purchase I
of lots two, three, four and nine, of section
thirty, in township No. one north, rnge No.
nine east, W. M., and will oiler proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable for its
timber and stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish his claim to said land
before the Register and Receiver of thisoflice
at' The Dalles, Oregon, on Monday, the 11th
day of June, 1894.
He names as witnesses: Herbert Ellsworth,
Marion Loy, George, C. Jones .Irand John Div
ers, all of Hood River, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to tile
their claims in this olfice on or before said 11th
day of J une, 1894.
John W. Lewis, Register.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, executor of the estate of El
mer E. Griffin, an insane person, has
filed in the county court of the state of
Oregon for Wusco county, in probate,
a full, complete and llnal account as
such executor; and that he intends to
and will, on .Monday, the 7th day of
May, 1894, apply to the Honorable
George f Blakely, Judge of said court,
for an order allowing, approving and
settling his accounts, discharging him
as such executor and exonerating him
from further liability as such executor.
: , Wm. Buskirk,
Executor of the estate of Elmer E.
THE SAINTS' REST,
AM E S Y I L L E,
CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
1 a specialty.
I will pay the highest market value
for all kinds of raw furs during the
season at Hartley's butcher shop.
H. D. Langille.
Navigation Co. C
Through Freight and
Passenger Line. ,
The steamer Regulator will run .tri
weekly trips, leaving The Dalles Mon
days, Wednesdays, and, Fridays, con
necting with steamer Dalles City. Re
turning, will leave Portland Tuesdays
Thursdays, and Saturdays, connecting
with steamer Regulator at the Locks.
All freight will come through without
One way... $2 00
Round trip........ ;.. 3 00
Freight Rates Greatly
Shipments for Portland received at
any time, day or nisrbt. Shipments
for way landings must be delivered be
fore 5 p. m. Live stock shipments so
licited. Call on or address,
- , W. CALLAWAY,
B. F. LAUGHLIN,
THE DALLES, -- OREGON
' i' ROCHAMBEATJ,
Is a dapple' gray! 16 hands high, weighs
1S00 pounds, three-quarters. Norman, 4 years
old on May Sth, 1894, is free from all blemish
es and diseases and is a fine draft horse, gen
tle and kind, a good traveler, and is owned by
JOHN SWEENY, OF HOOD RIVF.R, OR.
. Rochambean, -will make the season, at Mr,
Sweeny's place, but will be at Hood River
Fridays and Saturdays. Terms; single serv
ice? cash. To insure 410. In case ol failure
service following season, free.
-i " -
"THE BIGGEST BOOT in the WORLB
HAUL MASK UUrYKHiHItP
A. S. BLOWERS k GO.
Dry Uooda, Groceries. Hats, Caps,
. Boots and shoes; Flour, Feed
etc. Country Produce
Bought and Sold.
L..S. Blowers. ,, W.M.Yates.
NORTH and SOUTH
EAST BOUND FROM HOOD BIVKR.
No. 28, Freight leaves at . 11.45. A.M
No. 2. Mail " . 1J.WI P. M.
WKST BOUND FROM HOOD KI VKR.
No 27 , Local, leaves at 8.15 P. M
No. 1, Mail " 4:42 A. M
TOIROGH SLEEPERS RECLINING CHAIR
CARS AND DINERS.
Steamers from Portland to San B'rancisco,
every 4 days.
Titt to ii From Em
For rates and general information call on
DEPOT TICKKT AGENT.
W. II. 1ICRLBUHT, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
251 Washidgton tst., Portland egon.
R. E. SALTMARSHE & CO.,
AT THE '
Hay and Grain in Car
load Lots or Less.
Live Stock Bought and
And stock in tmnsit fed, watered and
given the best of care. i
THE DALLES, - - OREGON,
' ' i "rV ESTABLISHED 184J
Wms&i ) 0N sale