The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, May 19, 1894, Image 3

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    3ood Iiver.Slacier.
The mull arrives from Mt. Hood at 11 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays do
parU fie same days noon.
For Chenowoth, leaves at 8 A,
, M. arrives at
P. M. Saturdays.
For White Salmon leaves dally at 8 A
arrives at one ociock r. m.
From White Salmon leaves for Fnlda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and Glenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridavs.
Canby Pst No. 1 G. A. It., meets at Odd
Fellow's Hall, first Saturday of each month
at 2 o'clock p. m. All G. A. 11. members In
vited to attend. ,
C. J. Hayes, Commander.
J. E. Hanna went to Heppner Tues
day. . ,
8. E. Bartmess went to
Tuesday. . .
Bridal Veil
Harrv Mercer Is now chief satan for
this office. , "
C. Welds has
good location.
two house3 for rent;
Just received, new stock of tinware
at the Racket store.
' 8. E. Bartmess is agent for the Bri
dal Veil Lumber Company.
O. B. Hartley has horses and fresh
milk cows to trade for cord wood.
Mrs. Howells has returned to Hood
River and has gone out to her farm.
v Hon. T. R. Coon and M. P. frenberg
are making a canvass of the county.
Calumet baking powder at the Rack
et store, only 30cts a pound. Try it.
Mrs. S..T. Howe has let the contract
for building a hems? on her farm near - .
If you want to buy a farm, come to
this shop and we will give you some
pointers. ;
For sale cheap,
a No. 5 Davis Stump
Levi Monroe.
Evans & TTusVmrts have added a nlfn
liath room to their b irber shop. Dcn't'
.forget it.
Double moulded doors, $1.75. All I
. kinds moulding cent per inch. , I
.. Hood River Mfg. Co
, ' Rev. Hosklimof Cascade Locks will
preach at the U. B. church to-morrow
morning and evenin r.
We need ten cords of wood, and will
gladly trade newaniper for it. Sixteen
ineh stove wood preferred.
Decoration day will be appropriately
celebrated here under the direction of
Canby Post of the G. A. R. .
Rev. J. W. Jenkins .vill preach in
the Valley Congregational church Sun
day evenlYig at "the usual hour. (..."
If you want to bnv a farm, anything
from five acres to 500, call at this shop
and we will give you a pointer.
The lumber for the fruit growers'
building is on the ground, and work
will lie commenced on it at once. ,
The steamer Irma will carry pas
sengers to the picnic at Mosier Sunday,
leaving at 8 and 10 o'clock, returning
at 3 and 5.
Mr. George Alick, who has been vis
iting relatives at Simeon, is Hirain mak
ing glad the hearts of his old-time
friends here.
It is Colonel Thompson now," for the
Third regiment at Us election Monday
promoted Lieutenant Colonel Thorn p
I eon to that office.
Ed Williams and Dong Langille
, went out to the Elk-beds Monday, and
will probably go on up to Cloud. Cap
before returning. ,
Master Rudy Cradlehaugh is now a
cadet In Bishop Scott's academy of
Portland, having eutered that excel
lent school Monday.
Will Ellis and Alfred Eastman ran
' across a nest of eight rattlesnakes on
the bluff near their Home, one day last
week, and killed six of them.
We had hoped to note the shipment
of strawberries this week, but the frosts
una general cold weather have made
the season a remarkably late one.
Our "Whole Wheat Graham" is for
sale at all the stores. We guarantee
every sack to bs made of clean No. 1
wheat. Harbison Bros.
The Regulator failed to make her
usual trip Wednesday, but at Lyle was
compelled to tie up on account of the
wind, which was blowing a gale.
The Hood River box factory has the
agency for the combination fence made
of wire and pickets. The best and
cheapest fence made. , ('all and see it.
Hall's Hair Renewer contains the
natural food and color matter for the
hair, and medicinal herbs for the scalp,
curing grayuess, baldness,!' aud
scalp sores.
About 100,000 of the posts to be driven
down Hood river, this summer, are
now in the river. The last of them
will be' on their way down iu about
two weeks. .
We are requested to state that there
will be a meeting of the citizens Wed
nesday evening, the 23d, at 8 o'clock,
for the purpose of arranging for a cel
ebration July 4th.
' The east-bound passenger Monday
night was loaded to its utmost capacity
with delegates on their way to the
meeting of the grand lodge of Odd Fel
lows at Pendleton.
Misses Bess Iaenberg and Ida Foss,
while attending the quarterly teachers'
examination at Goldeiidale, last week,
hud the misfortune to lose a pocket
book containing $35.
J. E. Hanna and L. NefT went to
Pendleton, Tusdny, representing Idle
x wilde lodge of Odd Felrows in the
, grand lodge. Mr. Hanna visited Hepp
ner on the way home.
Miss M. Dahl, representing Mrs. M.
.LeBallister of The Dalles, will be in
iiood River every Saturday. Her goods
Kill be displayed at Rand, DentA Co.'s
tlore. Be sure to call.
Mrs. Joseph "Brant of Vancouver,
after a week's visit to her sister, Mrs.
Bert Graham, : returned home this
week, Mrs. Graham accompanying her.
E. C. Mooney telegraphed from Bon
neville' Thursday that Indian Donii
nick of Hood River was drowned in
the Columbia near that place Wednes
day night.
75 acres of land for sale all fenced in,
and within 3 miles of Muier station.
Half cash balance on tim a living
spring on the property. Enquire at
this office. Price 15 per acre. , -
Ever since Pague left Portland the
Oregon weather has run wild. Monday
would have passed muster at Pasco,
and Tuesday would have not been
found had it slipped into latitude 85.
The Hood River Box Co. has put in ;
its machinery and is prepared to roll!
barley or wheat. The Co. also keeps'
on hand all kinds of rough and dressed ;
lumber. Agents for combination fence. 1
O. B. Hartley, accompanied by his
sister and Miss Nannie Mercer, went j
to Wasco overland Saturday last. They
expected to be home Tuesday, but the
wind storm compelled them to remain
a day longer.
With our next issue this paper com -
pietes its ntui year, it an our aeiin-
I tiuents would remember us in theeliape
ot squaring up tlieir accounts tor sub
scription, the day would be one long
'. The Dalles Dramatic club presented
"Enlisted for the War" to a crowded
house at that place Tuesday evening.
The club possesses talent which if cul
tivated would make it take high rank
in the; profession.
While moving some brush and wire
back of Olinger & Bone's barn, one day
this week, Winnie Olinger found a
barley sack containing the cutlery and
four pairs of shoes taken from Blowers'
store by the' burglars.
I have arranged for handling straw
berries and other fruits the coming sea
son, and having had ten years experi
ence in the commission business, feel
confident of getting the best returns
for my customers. C. R. Bone .
John Gerdes has opened a restaurant
in connection ith his bakery and will
lurnish meuls at all hours. Meals, 2o
rents; 21 meals, $4; three big loaves of
oreau lor iu cents. , ice cream Satur
days and Sundays,
The Dalles papers tell us tuere was
nil enthusiastic meeting of the republic-Mi
club Wednesday evening at Hood
River, and that tiny made arrange
ments for the reception of Hon. C-. W.
Fulton uixi also invitid Hon. John
Michell to speak at the same date, the
Pjrry McCrory brought in the first
strawberries yesterday. They would
not have been ripe enough to pick for a
week yet, but Uic frost nave them a
boost. An examination of the sialks
..1. f 1, . 1.. 1. ..!? I. I i ..
shows that fully one-half the berries in
nis paten are killedj ana only the very
late ones will tind tlieir way to market.
Rev. II F. Gilt and wife left for Eu
gene Wednesday afternoon, a large
number of friends being at the depot to
bid tliem farewell. Mr. Gilt leaves a
host of .friends here besides thosa of his
church, and he and his estimable wife
will prove a valuable addition' to the
society of the pretty city of Eugene. '
A heavy frost prevailed here Wed
nesday . night, in spots. Some of the
berry patches have been injured, and
possibly some of the orchard fruits; but
it is impossible to estimate the amount
of damage. That the damage is not
gensral, however, we are quite sure
from the many reports we have had,
covering all sections of the valley.
A Republican Orator,
"Hon. Roswell G. Horr, ex-congress- Bpoon and fork and sometimes a coin
man from Michigan, and at present bination fork and spoon for ices are
chief assistant editor of the New York placed before each guest. ... -.
Tribune, will . address the citizeus of i Peara and apples are peeled with a
Wasco county on political questious, at ; Bilver knife- Cut ia quarters ahd
The Dalles Friday, May 25th.
Comrades, Attention. n
On Sabbath, the 27th Inst., at 11
o'clock a. m., memorial services will be :
held in the Congregational church.
Sermon preached by the Rev. Hodg-1
son. The pastors and congregations of
the churches are cordially invited
to be present and assist in the services. ,
and make it a union service. At 10:30 :
o'clock a. m. the G. A R., W. R. C, '
Sons of Vets and all old soldiers are re-1
quested to meet at Grand Army hall to !
march to the church.. Company D,
Company D,
Third regiment National Guard, has
"kindly consented to meet with us. Let
all old soldiers be present, and espe- them, but it is not among the origi
ciallyif auy who "in war were ene- nal number placed on the table,
mies but in peace are friends." Come The small after dinner Coffee spoon,
and assist us in honoring the memory j i8 usej w,th the tiny cups of the
of the noble dead who saved the flag black beverage that concludes all
that waves over us a united people. By dinners. ' ;
order of the post. C. J.
- Republican Meeting.
Hon. C. W. Fulton of Astoria will
deliver a political address here Tuesday
evening, the 22d. Mr, Fulton is, iu
our opinion, the ablest republican in
Oregon, and will certainly present his
case In a manner worth hearing.
' - BORN.' ':
At White Salmon, Tuesday, the loth,
to Mr. and Mrs. J. Von Wyclam Clat
erbos, a son; weight 14 pounds.
At Glenwood, Monday, the 14th,
Fieilreka, wife of H. F. Troh. Funeral
Thursday. Deceased was a sister ofi
Mrs. Frauk York, formerly of Hood
River. ; ......
Teacher's Examination.
', The following applicants for teach
er's certificates were granted at the
teacher's examination last week. Fif
teen out of the sixteen applicants
passed: First grade Ida L. E verb art,
Emma Gogt, Ella Cooper, As Stogs
dill, Susanna Ward; seeond grade
Beulah Sterling; Philada Omeg; third
grade Nellie Hudson, Delia Watson,
Laura Thompson, Waldo ' Brigham,
Anna Fiazier, Hattie Stirnweis, Mabel
Mrs. Heald's Sixth Pupils' Recital.
Duet, two selections, Oscar Sen walm
Daisy and Grace Campbell. -
a Etude j. Beyer
b A Little Tale Tlchenor
' Aenes Dukes.
a Galop; b Waltz In a flat mj...'. ...Whitney
Grace Campbell.
a Etude ; Czerny
b Pleasures of May .....Hlller-
Maud Gilbert.
Two Etudes op. 139 ....Czerny
. Clara Blythe.
a Spring Flowers .'. Gado
b The Mill Von Laer
- Hester Howe.
a Pleasant Landscape ....Tlchner
j b Album Lcaf-
Irma Coe,
Beading Sketch of Bach's Lifc.Fay LaFrance
Piano Solo, prelude In C inal j. Bach
Miss Hodgson:
Duet march op. 61 ... Schubert
Miss Smith and Mrs. Heald.
a Over the Prairie Schytte
b La Grudola .....Hensel
c Overture to Midsummer Night's Dream
' Mendelsohn
d Faniasea-Polonaise ...' Raff
Mrs. Heald.
Mis. Heald is now making arrange'
nients for a concert to be given in the
latter part ot June.
.. . The Prize Winners. 1 '''"
After a careful consideration of the
penmanship papers from Prof. Gilbert's
department of the Hood River school,
we, the undersigned committee, decide
tuat paper No. 7 shows the greatest
improvement and paper No. 24 shows
second greatest improvement.
, . John Gavin,
Minnie Michei.l,
Mary E. Frazier.
Seeley Rand was No. 7 and Earl
Bartmess No. 24. ' '
"-, A Big' Bargain. '.
I will give with every dozen pictures
one crayon, 14x17, for $5. Buildings
and landscapes taken on short notice.
Gallery open on Saturdays at Hood
i River, Oregon. Wm. E. Neff.
How th. various should Be Served
j ami !ateu.
! One may be refined and elegant,
yet unless continually given over to
a round of social entertaining may
find one's self at a loss when invited
to some swell dinner ' where the
latest fads are observed and more
ceremonious etiquette required than
for informal affairs just among the
family. v
On elegant tables each plate is ac
companied by two large silver
knives, a small silver knife and fork
for fish, a small fork for oysters, a
tablespoon for soup and three large
forks. The napkin is folded in the
center with a piece-of bread upon it.
As the courses are -served the knives
and forks and spoons that have been
used are l-ernoved ' witli the plate-.
Fish should be eaten with a silver
fork, and if full of bones needs the
use of the knife as well.' ' For sweet
breads, cutlets, roast beef, etc., the
knife is also necessary, but for cro
quettes, rissoles, bondies a la Reine,
timbales and dishes of that class the
fork is required.
When dessert is reached, everything
save the tablecloth and floral deco
rations is. removed. A dessert plate
with a small silver spoon, a dessert
j eaten wiui wie augers, u-ia.pesssxiuu.iu
be eaten from behind the half closed
hand, the stones and skins falling
into the fingers unobserved and
thence to the plate. Oranges are
eaten with a spoon.
Salad is eaten with a fork, but
neeas a Knne to cut large leaves mat
have not been divided before sarv-
Cheese is eaten with a fork,
though soft cheeses are spread on a
bit hf racker or bread and conveyed
to m,?uth b? fiDers;
tceUara are now placed at each
- " . , " v -
sail wim uie ttime.
If sorbets are served before . the
The sjxion is the most dangerous
implement of the dinner, so far as
its correct usage in concerned. Soup
is always taken taken from the side.
and is eaten noiselessly. To push
the spoon into the mouth either end
first or otherwise is decidedly vul
gar. Philadelphia Times. - i ' "
When Going In to Dinner. '
- Going in to dinner the host leads
the way with the lady he desires most
to distinguish,-and the hostess with
the gentleman whom she intends
seating at her Mghthand. It has been
customary of late years for the gen
tlemen to find in their dressing room
tiny envelopes containing cards upon
which are" written the names of the
ladies whom they are expected to take
in to dinner. It saves some trouble to
the hostess, as each gentleman co-operates
with her in finding his way to
the lady designed for his special at
tention. Ladies' Home Journal.
' Sad Associations. I
rf fh nd anrf awful nnroV.tSnni
that lurk in certain odors, who can 1
bear to speak No one who has bent
in tearless agony above quiet hands
folded over fading white roses. Or
who but there are some things even
memory dare not recall. Boston
in Cnfought Duel. j . .
' Dr.' Virchow, the eminent man of
science, had been sharply criticising
Prince Bismarck, who was then
At the end of a particularly severe
attack Bismarck felt himself person
ally affronted and sent seconds to Vir
chow with . a challenge to fight a
duel. . . .
' -The man of science was found in
his laboratory, hard at workJ at ex
periments which had for theirobject
me tiiscovery ot a means or destroy
ing trichinas," which were makinf .
greaff avages -in Germany. '
,"Ah," said the doctor, "a chal
lenge from Prince Bismarck, eh !
Well, well ! As I am the challenged
party, 1 suppose I have the choice of
weapons. Here they are!"
He held up two largo sausages,
which seemed to be exactly alike.
"One of these sausages," he said,
"is filled with trichinae; it is deadly.
The other is perfectly wholesome.
Externally they can't be told apart.
Let his, excellency do me the honor
to choose whichever of these he
wishes and eat it. and I will eat the
other 1" -r.i a -- --- ' .
Though the proposition was is rea
sonable as any duelling proposition
could be, Prince Bismarck's repre
sentatives refused it. No duel was
fought, and no one accused Virchow
of cowardice. Youth's Companion.
.( . .
f: Irish Football.
i Football in Ireland may be said to
consist of three parts Rugbeian, As-.
eociationist and Gaelic. The rule of
play in these organizations has been
defined as follows; In Rugby, you
kick the ball ; in Association, you
kick the man if you cannot kick the
ball, and m Gaelic you kick the ball
if you cannot kick the . man. This
puts the present procedure and posi
tion of rival devotees into a nut
shell. The Associationists are mainly
confined to Belfast, where they form
a body which it would be as difficult
to3 convict of professionalism as it
would be for them to prove that they
are amateurs.
The Gaels are a free and festive
community, who havo their head
quarters at Clonturk park, Drumcon
dra, " County Dublin. This park is
conveniently situated between Glas-
nevin graveyard and the Mater Mi-
sericordia hospital. ' A man has been
known to pass from the football field
direct to the hospital, and troni the
hospital to the cemetery, another
match being then got up to raise
funds for the benefit of next of kin,
thus running the risk of killing a few
more for the benefit of the deceased.
Rev. F. Marshall. .
His Father Is n "nous,", i..
In one -of the' grammar schools on
the east side is a boy who has a great
admiration for his father. His father's
word is law to him; though he pays
not the slightest. attention to any
thing that his mother may say. This
bright youug one was very much
disgusted by the question put to him
by his teacher when he first entered
the grammar school. After giving
his name to the teacher he was asked,
"What is your father's occupation?"
"Wot's that i" was his reply in a
mystified tone.
"What is your father's business?
What does he do?"
"Do? Why he don't do nothin. Htf
just bosses, see?" the boy answered,
in a most aggrieved way. ,
The boy's father is foreman in the
street cleaning department, and his
son had seen him directing the men
under him, and so considered it an
insult that any one should suppose
that his father worked like ordinary
mortals. New York Times.
It Never Forgot His Kindness. .
A touching instance of insect in
stinct, has just been published. 5 A
writer says: "1 found a cockroach
straggling in a bowl of water. 1
took half a walnut shell for a boat. I
1 put him into it and gave him two
wooden toothpicks for oars and loft
him. ! The next morning I visited
him. and ho had put a piece of white
cottoi) thread' on one of the -toothpicks
and set the toothpick on end
as a signal of distress:- He had a
hair oh the other toothpick, and
there' that" cockroach sat a-fishing.
The cockroach, exhausted, had fallen
asleep. The sight melted me to tears.
I took that cockroach out, gave him
a spoonful of gruel and left. The
animal never forgot my kindness,
and now my house is chock full of
cockroaches." ' '
Knowledge of Grammar Not Necessary.
One is sorry to see that English lit
erature is to be introduced by Eng
lish grammar, a certain, method 'of
rendering it unpopular. The gram
mar should be learned through the
literature, and indeed in ity technical
and gerund grinding sense does not
require to be learned at all. I have
known most of the best writers of
English during the last half century,
and not one of them ever so much as
held an English grammar in his hand.
London Illustrated News. ; ' "
Mistake of a Blind Boa Constrictor.
A boa constrictor that was nearly
blind was once found to be content
edly swallowing a blanket for dinner
2 J 3 i! . -1
msuuuu ot a laumt., which was uiso
within reach, and it was only with
S'eat difficulty that it was forced to
uisgorge inis singular ai ucie oi ioou.
A snake's tongue is therefore not an
organ of taste, nor is it, as many
think, a sting; it ia liioro probably
a delicate organ of touch. Cham
bers' Journal.
A Gentleman
Who formerly resided In Connecticut, but
who now resides in Honolulu, writes: "For
20 years past, my wlfa
. and lliave used Ayer'a
Hair Vigor, and we ,
attribute to It the dark
lialr which she and I
now have, while hun- ;
dieds of our acquaint
ances, ten or a dozen
- years yomigerthan we,
are either gray-he;uled,
white, or bald. When ,
aslted howour hair has
retained Its color and
fullness, we reply, 'By
the use of Ayer'g Hair
Vigor nothing else."
"In 1868, my affianced
was nearly bald, and
..1 the hair
V-': kept fall-
fill VM&lAtSSM:
mm? ing out'
tfap j2s o v a r-v
meSm Induced .
s:feKs. her to use
Ayer'g Balr Vigor, and very soon, It not
only checked any further loss of hair, but
produced tin entirely new growth, which has
remained luxuriant and glossy to this day.
I can recommend this preparation to all In
need of a genuine hair-restorer. It Is all '
that It Is claimed to be." Antonio Alarrun,
Bastrop, Tex. ,
Stoves and tin
ware, kitchen fur- -niture,
tools and plumb
ers goods of all kinds.
Repairing oftinware a specialty.
All work given him will be done cor
rectly and promptly, .He has a few
good claims upon which he can locate
parties; both farming and timber lands.
February, 1894. ,
OFFICE IN HH ANNO'8 building corner
, .... The Dalles, Oregon.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Is especially prepared to treat Diseases of
Nose and Throat.
Local surgeon for Union ; Pacific Ry.
Chapman Block, over Postoff ice
'. - Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878.
' United States Land Oflice,
The Dalles, Oregon, March 2d, 1894,
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance
wilh the provisi ms of the act of Congress ol
June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale ot
timber lands in the States of California, Ore-
fon,Nevadaand Washington Territory, "James
I. Hoag, of Hood River, coon y of Wasco,
state 01 Oregon, has this dayflled In this otlice
111s sworn statement; io , ior me purcmise
of lots two, three, four and nine, of section
thirty, in township No. one north, range No.
nine east, W. M., ahd will offer proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable for its
timber and stone than tor agricultural pur
poses, anu to estjioiisn 111s claim to saiu luna
before the Register and Receiver of thisollice
at The Dalles, Oregon, on MonUay, the 11th
day of June, 1894.
He names as witnesses: Herbert Ellsworth,
Marlon Loy, George C. Jones Jrand John Div
ers, all of Hood River, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lauds are requested to file
their claims in this otlice on or before sajd 11th
day of June, 1891.
John W. Lewis, Register.
Notice is hereby given that the nn-dersig-ied,
executor of the estate of El
mer E. Grittln. an insane person, 1ms
filed in the county court of the state of
Oregon for Wasco comity, in probate,
afuil, complete and final account as
such executor; and that he intends to
and will, on Monday, the. 7th day of
May, 1894, apply to the Honorable
George ' Blakely, Judge of said court,
for an order allowing, approving and
settling bjs nccounts, discharging him
as such executor and exonorating him
from further liability as such executor.
. Wm. Buskirk,
Executor of the estate of Elmer E.
Griffin, insaue.
at .-
t A ME S7I L LI -
: ' 1 a specialty.
I will pay the highest market value
for all kinds of raw furs during the
season at Hartley's butcher shop. ,
II. D. Langille.
THE .." '
ftDateJofM & Astoria
Navigation Co.;
Through Freight and
Passenger .Line.
The steamer Regulator will run tri
weekly trips, leaving The Dulles 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 Lock.M.
All freight will come through without
delay '
One way....r.....'...71;..f2 00
Round trip 3 00
Freiprht Rates Greatly
Shipments for Portland received at
any time, daji or night. Shipments
for way landings must be. delivered be
fore 5 p. m. Live stock shipments so
licited. Call on or address,
. . W. C. ALLAWAY,
'". . . '. General Agent
, General Manager," '
Is a dapple gray, 10 hands high, weighs
1300 pounds, three-quarters Norman, 4 years
old on May 6th, 1894, is free from all blemish
es and diseases and is a tine draft horse, gen
tle and kind, a good traveler, and Is owned by
Roehambeau, will make the season, at Mr,
Sweeny's place, but will be at Hood River
Fridays and Saturdays. Terms; single serv
ice $5 cash. To Insure if 10. In case 01 failure -
service following season, free.
Dry Goods, Groceries. Hats, Caps,
. : Boots and shoes; Flour, Feed
etc. Country Produce -Bought
and Sold. ., 4
A. S. Bj,owers. ; W.M.Yates.
' east, WEST,
No. 28, Freight leaves at
No, 2. Mail .. " .
11.45. A.M
10.0o P. AI.
No 27 , Local, leaves at . ,8.5 P. M
No. 1, Mail " 4:42 A. M
Steamers from Portland to San Francisco '
every 4 days. . ,. ...... ,.v j . '..
For rates and general information eall on
W. H.HDRLBURT, Asst. Gen7Pass. Agt.
'. 254 Washldgton St., Portland egon. '
..- AT THE :
DEALERS-I2ff- ' "
Hay and Grain in Car
load Lots or Less.
Live Stock Bought and
And stock in transit fed, watered and
given the best of care.