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2Xeod Iftver (Slaci er .
SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1394.
The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 11
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts he same days at noon.
For Clicnowet h, 4eaveg at 8 A. M.j arrives at
v i . m. rvu-uruitvs. . '
For White Salmon leaves dally at 8 A, M
arrives at 1 o'clock P. M. .
From While Salmon, leaves for Fulda. Oil
mer. Trout, Lake and Olcnwood Mondays,
vv eanesaays ana rriauvs. .- . -
Canby Post, No. 10. G. A. R., meets at Odd
Fellow s Hall, tlrst Saturday of each month
at i o'clock p. m. All O. A. B. members in
vited to attend.
M. B. Potter, Commander.
C.J. Hayes, Adjutant. , . .-
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Oxford shoes at the Backet Store.
Fruit jar fillers at the Backet Store.
See that line of . hose at the Backet
... Store. . ; , -. , . - ,
' S. E. Bartmess is agent for the Brl
,,oal Veil dumber Company. .
. O. B. Hartley has horses' and fresh
" milk-cows to trade for cordwood.
. John A. Wilson lost a valuable horse
last . Saturday night, dying with colic,
Doug. Langille came In from Cloud
-Cap Inn Saturday with 1500 pounds of
C. J. Hayes has been surveying for
Captain Coe and M. B. Potter during
xne ween. -, .; , -, ;
V We need ten cords of wood, and will
jriadly trade newspaper for it. Sixteen
inch stove wood preferred.
The Oregon Lumber Co; has cedar
shingles for sale at Chenowith, Wash.,
m ucurocK prices. : , . a
- If you want your boots or shoes re-
" paired with neatness and dispatch, and
at oearocK prices, go to V. Welds. ,
Hon. A. R. Byikett of White Sal
mon has about 80 head of. hogs, pigs and
sootes, ior sale cneap. i, auwt
There will be preaching tomorrow by
Rev. T. Gk Hodgson at Pine Grove at
11 a. ni. and at the .Barracks at 8 p. m
R. 8. Andrews will teach th fall
term in Pine Grove school district,
; commencing about tne nret or Septem
ber. , ..."-. -V '
' Henrlohs , & Lage'ff threshing' ma
chine will start up next Tuesday, be
ginning on Harbison Bros.' gram
. slacks.. .
Round trip tickets-to. Portland, good
for. return ien aays irom date or sale,
$3 Tickets on sale daily until Sep
tember 80th. ,.. : . .. -, ;
. When you want any fruit boxes go
f o the Hood River Box Factory. They
mIho keep all kinds of rough and dressed
lumber. Grain rolled any day. , ' -.
1 The letters for George' Booth that
were lost last week on 'the East Side
were found by young Sears and re-
: turned to the post office Saturday. .'. -
With but little care and no trouble;
the beard and mustache can be kept a
uniform brown or black color by using
; Buckingham's Dye! for the Whiskers. -
--, Henry Prigge's little boy, who has
been lying sick at the house of M. H..
i , Nickelsen, has so far: recovered as. to
.;.' be able to be taken home by his pa-
' rents. '- ; ; ;, . ,. 'v.. ;.. ...
Three thousand crates of strawberries
''-, were shipped by the Fruit Growers
r-Union, for which they received $1900.
Last year the shipment amounted to
. 8,160 crates. - - , -,: -' -.-,:';
' The return game of base ball bet ween
The Dalles nine and the Hood River1
1 "club was not played Sunday for the
.' reason that too many of The Dalles
... . boys had gone fishing. v ' .
. Sunday Messrs. 'Neff and Fridley,
' bridge builders for the O. R. fc N. Co.,
were called upon for forty men to go to
8tarbuck, Wash., to rebuild the wreck
; d bridge near that place. -
, M. Fj Loy desires to return thanks
' to the citizens of Hood River for their
inanv acts of kindness during the re
cent affliction of his family, and fully
, appreciates their friendship in the hour
. ' of need. .--''i:.-' .V; .- o -.-'
A deputy sheriff came up from Port
. , , land Wednesday and arreated a man
here, whose name we did not learn,
charged with tieating his mother-in-
law in Portland, and took him down
on the evening train. . . v
A man kuown as "Dutchy," who
liad been employed as section' cook on
the railroad,, was run over and killed
. ly the cars at ,The Dalles Wednesday
night. It is supposed that he was
Intoxicated and laid down on the track
in a drunken stupor. ;, . v.',.
. .A man named Tuttle, who said he
. worked for Wood & Miller In the saw
. mill here ten years ago, came to Hood
River Thursday, i He was looking for
; the former proprietor! of the mill, sny
' Ing they owed, him $70. . He was flat
broke and struck this printing office
'for . a cup of coffee,- which made us
.'think he hadu't tramped veryiong.
Bids for building the new school
house were opened August 8d. ' Lan
: gille&Coxof Hood River were found
, to be the lowest bidders and the con-
tract was let to them. The fact that
this firm will build the school house
' insures good work, and also that the
labor ou the building will be done by
Hood River workmen.
- Monday W. P. Watson brought to
the Glacier office a single stem-of
Jumbo pie plant, with leaf attached,
.; the weight of which was three pounds,
nd measurement across the leaf, three
feet, making sixteen pounds gathered
this season from a single plant, the
; Toot of which, less than five inches in
. , length and and ah inch and a quarter,
in diameter, was planted last full. , ,
A. M. Leslie returned last week from
ilJmatilla county, where lie purchased-
" jiSMJ acres of land near Coyote. Station
that can lie irrigated by the Bailey
water ditch now in course of construc
," tion. Mr. Leslie will engage in fruit
. .raising, for which he has a good loca
tion. His family left here Tuesday
on the Regulator for Wasco, while he
started overland with his team for the
name place. , .. . -
Wm. Foss had a runaway Thursday.
,11b vas hauling wood to town,and com-.
ing down the big hill on the East Side,
some of bis load fell off. On his- way
home he stopped to pick it up, when
his team started s and ran from Rey
nolds' bam to near J B. Rand's place.
Mr. jposs overtooK tnem and cinnoea
into the wagon, and as they were run
ning up hill, he let them go it, urging
them along when they began to slack
up, until they were glad to stop of their
own accord. . , v . r '
The grove meetings at the Cascade
Locks began Thursday, and will,' con
tinue ten days. Next Thursday, the
16th, the picnic will he held, - when it
is expected the'Sunday schoolsof Hood
River and other points will take part.
M. V. Harrison has the tickets by
steamer for the picnic. .
Dr. G. "E. Sanders of The Dalles will
be in Hood River next Wednesday to
make engagements for doing' dental
work. This will be the first of regular
visits that the doctor will make to
Hood River for the purpose of doing all
kiudsof dental operations.
' O B. Hartley has sold ' ten head of
work cattle to Robert ' Wright.. - Mr.
Hartley now wants to let the contract
for skidding logs by the thousand feet,
and will confine his own work to the
pole car.-. , " .
Gen. James A. Varney, formerly of
The Dulles, but who has lived at Oak
land for two years, recently suffered
two strokes of paralysis and U perfectly
helpless. ' " ; , -Ly
" Wlla Wlnans is bulldinir a road from
Winn ns to Mt. Hood to. connect wkh
ihe new road now being built from
Tuckers. . - ' 1
The Times-Mountaineer thinks it
very likely the railroad shops will be
re-established at The Dalles. . i - . '.
' The largo St. Bernard dog belonging
to C. A. Shurte died. Thursday night.
the Racket Store from 1
cent to 15.
Mrs. Lyman Smith goes to Astoria
Captain Blowers went to Portland
rnursuay. . ,
( -has. Haynef left Tuesday for Brit
ish Columbia. - : C
M. V Harrison made a trip to Port
land last week. -
W. H. Wilson nnd'CaptainCoe went
to fortland Tuesday, v - , ;"
S. R. Husbands of Hosier was" in
town during the week. , ;
Rev. Wra. Eliot and bride arrived
Sunday from St. Louis. ; ,r .
Mrs. Brown of Union Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. W. E. Tate. . -.
T. C. Dallas made a trip to Portland
Sunday,-returning Monday evening.
William Evans of Portland is visit
ing his brother Grant and father and
sister here. ' ;r ... a... :
Supt. Shelly Vas In town Tuesday..
on his way to the teachers', examiha-
tion at Tne JJalles.
Hon. W. H". Wilson and familv of
ino miles nave oeen camping at Voe'a
spring 'luring the week. . , ; ' -
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Mr. miner or isniaud is nere wltii a
view to forming a company for the
establishment of fiouring mills.
John and Chris Nickelsen, with their
families, started Monday tor Lost Lake
to go into camp for a week or two.
Rev. R. E. Kaufman-returned Fri
day of last week ' from Eugene. Mrs.
Kaufman, whose father, is quite ill, re
remaiiied at Eugene. : .
C A. Shurte and family, w'hb have
been camping in the valley for two or
three weeKs, left yesterday overland for
their home at Arlington. '
S. J. LaFrance and familV and Miss
Grace Groshong will start Tuesday
morning for Trout- Lake, where the'v
will go into camp for a week. ,
If you wish to fence your farm Or
door yard, go to "the Hood River Box
factory and see their samples: They
are agents for the East Portland Fence
Works. ' . - .' i
A party consisting of Prof. Lloyd,
Prof. Hull, Mr. ,Lamson, W7helock
Marsh,- Roy Slooum, Charles i- Butler
and George Slocum, made the ascent of
Bit, Adams Monday. , . . , -
ThewifVof Prof. Ackerman and her
two daughters, who have been visiting
with her father, Mr. Wm. Boorman,
will return to Portland today, Mrs.
Boorman accompanying them, s . .
D. S. Striker,, dentist, of Portland,
came here Wednesday to take a look
at the country. He took part in the
installation services of the Odd Fellows
Thursday night and will go to Cascade
Locks today. ...: v ' ; , ;
Mrs. Geo. Mathias will soon leave to
join her husband in the Argentine Re
public. , ShjB goes from here to .San
Franslsco to visit relatives, thence to
Boston, and will sail from the latter
port for South America.
August 3d H. D. Angell and P; F.
Burman of The ' Dalles made a quick
trip to the summit of Mt. Hood. At
5:30 in the morning, with H. D. Lan
gille as guide, they left the Inn, sent
45 minutes on the summit,, and return
ed to the Inn at 12 o'clock noo.
The Railroad. - ' .:
iney. tu s xm co's lines are now
open and trains are running through',
but they are not making close time.
Fvery precaution is tuken iu crossing
the repaired bridges and trestles, aud
this causes delay , Four work "trains,
with a large .force of men, are at work
between the Cascades and Usuatilla!
The saud drifts east of The Dalles are
bothering the trains more than eveiv
Tuesday a freight' train was derailed by
the sand ",!:- ' ' v-';. ;
' The Markets. v.-v::.'-':;- .
.'Butter, 60,ceuts a roll; eggs, 15 cents;
apples, 50 to 75 cents a box; peaches, CO
to 75; peach plums, 2 ceuts; blackber
ries, $1 a crat wild 1 50- tomatoes,
none in the market; sweet corn 10 cents
a dozen; potatoes, 1 cent a pound; cab
bagge, 4 cents; cucumbers, 10 cents a
dozen; spring chickens, $3 a dozen.' ;
- -,J': " r . DIED. " :K
.Near Hood River, Aug. 4th. ', James
Odell, agd , 22 years, j '. ' . . .
( From Belmont.
The Epworth League meets at Bel
mont church at 3;30 p. m. every Sun
day.' ; Last Sunday there was fifty out
to the meeting and the exercises were
quite interesting. '- :-: r Vv
Mr. Stevens of Portland Is stopping
at Mr. J. F. Armor's. . , ,
There will be a night-cap social at
the Belmont church grounds Tuesday
evening, the 14th. !, It is expected each
young lady will make two oaps an
bring; one will be sold for 25 cents,
which entitles the purchaser and its
mate to refreshments. ;.' The social is
given by 7 the Belmont ' Epworth
League; proceeds to be applied on
pastor's salary. Every one invited to
come arid have .a pleasaut social time,
The Templars had a fine time Mon
day night at their installation. The
recitations : and songs were rendered
very nicely, and it was an inspiration
to see such a band of young people wh
were , pledged . - against : intoxicating
drinks, tobacco, bad words and quar
reling. Mrs. Will Potter and the
Misses Templeton trimmed the church
beautifully for them. , . -
Mr. and Mrs. Kennard, " who hav
been stopping with Mrs. Potter, left for
Portland Tuesday morning. .,.'
Miss Shepard's little friends left for
their home in Woodlawn Wednesday
morning'. '":' '. ; 1 '.-.v ' '- '
Mr, Frank Houser of Vancouver was
talking trade with M.- P. Isenberg
Monday. , . . ' " " ."
Mrs. Woodard and child of Portland
are stopping with Mrs. Rich for a short
time. . : ; . ;: t.y
. John Rogers will be 21 next Monday,
August 13th. , He will have a birthday
party in the evening of '.that day at his
father's house, to which all his friends
are cordially invited.
Miss Maggie Frazier is home from
Portland. " Observer,
Special Rates oil Potatoes. V;",
: Monday the O. R. & N. Co. issued
joint tariff . with the Great Northern
railway, effective August 17th and ex
piring September 30th, quoting a rate
of 60 cents per 100 pounds on potatoes
in car-load lots, minimum weight 30,
000 pounds, from Hood River and sta
tions east pf here, on the O. ' R. and N.
lines, to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth
and : Superior, via Spokane- and the
Great : Northern.; , : Hood River will
have a good crop of potatoes this year,
and our larmers nave . planted more
than usual. ' By September 30th they
can be . dug and shipped, and these-
rates will allow their transportation to
the points named east, where the crop
is said to be a failure, - . . ; ;
' From Jttt Kood.-
Servlces were held at the bridge
camp ground last Sundav, Rev. Dr.
Brown preaching the sermon. V t
The Sunday dinner, was curtailed -by
the loss of the nice mutton that was
procured. from a near-by sheep camp
Having -been put in a cool place to
keep over Saturday night, some prowl
ing dogs made away with it and the
but'er,'. The campers had to go with
out their mutton, .but they had food
for thought in Dr. Brown's sermon.
Miss Laura. Welch came down from
The Dalles Wednesday morning for a
short stay with her parents on thlr
claim.. " ' . .
:' A Close Call. .
Monday las.t, while Elmer Rand,
Mrs. . Rand and child and Miss Dahl
were returning from Trout Lake, in
crossing a bridge just this side of the
falls, a plank tipped up, breaking one
of the 'rods supporting, the tongue of
the buggy anil striking one of the
horses on the breast, :'7 The horses .be
came excited and the buggy and occu
pants came near going over the side of
the bridge, where there was a fall of
about ten feet. No one was hurt, but
the party fully realized that they had a
harrow, escape.-, They report' having
had a good time at the lake -and that
the Hood River campers are all enjoy
ing life in that pleasant retreat. . ;
: ; Dr.. E. T. Carus, Dentist, ; - .
Of Portland, is now- in- Hood River,
with rooms ' at. the . Langilie house,
whei-e he is prepared to examine, fill,
extract; regulate and make new teeth;
also, crowu and bridge work. ' Ho will
remain here until the 15th of August,
Mr. J. G Day, one of the contractors
of the Cuscado locks and canal, was in
N Portland Wednesday,, and being ques
tioned by a reporter of the Telegram
regarding'the work in progress, said: ,
"We're - very busy . now. Already
there are "about 200 men employed
stonecutters,"'- quarrymen, mechanics
and blacksmiths. This force la pushing
operations as rapidly as possible. 1 -The
upper canal has : been -.pumped out.
This we were enabled to do by reason
of the upper bulkhead. - The. canal is
now ' pumped out down to what is
known as 'Reference head' 83... We
have commenced masonry work on the
main part of the. locks. This. will be
crowded forward with all " practicable
dispatch. - We shall place 'at least 150
men on this work, and probably soon
increase the force to 200 That includes
the upper guard gate masonry. There
has been so much .delay owing to the
floods that it is the purpose to hurry up
the work, and to accomplish as (nuch
as possible before the next high water
comes.''. ' v ;- ::fy-:. f ;'v''
i Regarding the damages sustained by
the high water, Mr. Day stated that
they were inconsiderable, i "It is only
surface damage," . he said, "and will
not seriously affect the main' part of
the .work."; Greatly exaggerated re
ports have been circulated regarding
the nature and extent of the ..damage.
Unless there is some unavoidable de
lay, the contractors are. very confident
of completing the locks and" havl-ig
them ready for operation by a year
from this coming fall. , ' , -
. v Hop Pickers Wanted. ' ; -
Mr. M.. Willis of Hood, River has re
ceived the following letter; , x
V North Yakima, July 30, 1894.
M. Willis, Esq., Hood River, Or
Dear Sir: Yours of 26th to hand. We
will need 12,000 pickers in Yakima this
season, and we will guarantee work for
an. you bring, .f erriage will be paid
for all to and from akima over the
Columbia. - Picking will - commence
arxmt septemoer otti. one dollar per
dox or iuu pounds green nops will tie
paid. Will send you further informa
tion later. ' lours truly, ."" i '.
' .-.-,." " A. B.' Ross, -V
Sec'y Yakima Hop Growers'' Ass' n
Mr. Willis' will, start for Yakima
about the 23d of August. "He will go
with his team and be prepared to take
passengers. 1 or further information,
call on or address M. - Willis, . Hood
River, Oregon. . ' . . i:; .-;
Fruit Famine lu New York. .
. ' . ' New York World, A ng. 1. -.-
.. There is a fruit famine in New York
at the: present- moment."' Lovers of
California cherries are especially aware
of , this. v We were just beginning to
get a few at high prices when Debs in
terfered, v A great many car loads, at
least a hundred, it is said, perished In
the West because the strike prevented
their ' transportation ., to New .'York.
The cherry crop was poor on the Pa
cific coast this year. .When the grow
ers learned what the strike was doing
with their precious . product '.they
shipped no more to the East, and now
the'eherry season Is over, . -". : , . . '
There.- are . thousands of 'dollars'
worth of .fruit condemned in 'New
York every day at this season of the
year, aud a merry war Is al ways raging
between the inspectors and the com
mission merchants..' .The "emissaries of
the health department keep sharp eyes
out at the piers and the freight yards,
and a word from one of thern can con
demn a car load or a ship load of fruit,
and", perhaps, at the same time- ruin,
the season's profits of a West Indian or
a Southern grower. The -commission
merchant suiters 'the most when he has
bought the fruit outright, something
he seldom does, although the profits
will be greater if the' cargo arrives in
good condition. , ..'If ; the merchants
;Tude : the inspectors 'they have no
trouble in disposing, of damaged fruit,
and some are not over conscientious in
this matter. Retail houses of any
standing .will not buy it, "but the small
dealers in the poorer districts snatch it
up with avidity. .; , ' ; . ; . . .7-)
Watermelons, musknielons and can
taloupes alone of delicious summer ed
ibles which grow upon the - ground or
upon trees are plentiful.' ,We are get
ting the best of the Georgia watermelon
crop j ust now. , About .the first . of ,
August we shall begin to get the North
Carolina crop.:. . Georgia . melons -are
worth $75 to $100 a car, ready to ship.
The freight costs $110 n car.' .Water
melons-will not ripen after they arc de
tached from the vines, and consequent
ly are ripe when shipped. On the
other hand,' muskmelons and cante-
loupes must be picked while they are
green. About 10 per cent of both spoil
before they reach New York.. "Some
folks think," said a fat man on pier 29.,-
who stood between two piles of water
melons higher than his head," "that
you can tell about ; a watermelon by
sounding it with your knuckle That's
boslif You just takeiyour thumb-nail
and ppal off a 'Jlittle of .the 'outer skin,
and if the shell under that-Is so hard
ou can't dent it, hardly, y9n've got a
melon that'll melt in your mouth."
The. .Delaware peach . crop will be
bout one-half that of last year. The
Georgia'crop is also smal I. fine peach-
lrom ojorgia wing S1 to $1.60 a
dozen, but you can get those of inferior
quality for much less: ; The bcs$ South
ern ' peaches 'are. rolled in paper: and
shipped In small boxes, packed very
careiu liy. Tne poorer grades are packed
in baskets and crates. , , .. .- -
Pears are.about the same price and
are shipped in the same way.. :,, , :
Tne crape crop is .not large on the
lakes and in this region: neither is it
small. -- Some grapes are already in the
market at $1.25 to $1.50 a pound. They
don't come from Cahforniaor the South,
iittle Rhode Island sends them to us
from her hot houses. -They are big and
luscious, and a pound is not more, than
two Duncnes; out xney lacii tne flavor
of grapes grown according to natural
metnoas. .iney are packed in,. saw
dust. - By August' 15th - you can buy
ust as good ones for 20 cents a pound.
and probably for-10 cents a pound.
when th ey will begin to ship them up
01a .Delaware in great quantities. ;
,', Bucklea's Arnica .Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Bores, Tetter Chapped Hand,
Chilblains, Corns and all Skin -Erupt
ions, and positively cures Piles, or. 110
pay required. :': It is guaranteed to give
perlect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Hood River Pharmacy. ,. ',. r ; ;, ' . :
'V. v' ': Sues for a Million.' ;',.
' Suit has been begun in the United
States circuit court at Portland by Wis.
Sarah' F. Hiller of Sah; Francisco
against the 'estate" of the late 'W. 'S:
Ladd, to recover . something oyer $1,-
000,000. Mrs. Hiller .was the wife of
J.-W. Ladd, brother of W. S. Ladd,
and she placed the settlement -.of her
husband's estate in the hands of W. S.
Ladd by request of her husband, who
died over twenty years ago. - She al
leges that' she was coerced into accept
ing half of the estate, which belonged
to. her -in her own right, and that she
was deprived of half of her husbandV
moiety, which. belonged to her by the
law of California.' She alletres, also,
that at the time of his death her hus
bend owned 7,000 shares of O. S. N. Co.
stock, which she knew nothing about,
and which did not appear in -.the in
ventory of his estate or 111 the books
and accounts kept by W. S. Ladd, a
note of Alvinza Hay ward for $190,000.
being "substituted to represent said
stock, which was of tho l.-ico value of
$700,000. ..She learned that she had
been wronged about three years ago,
but has been able to establish the tact
6nly within the last three months.' It
Is claimed by the other side that the
note was substituted for the stock in
order to leave the stock lree to be man
ipulated, and that the estate was -honestly
administered. Tho estate of W.
S.! Ladd is estimated to be between
$10,000,000 arid $15,000,000. ;. ; -"
. Those, who. have used Dr. King's
New Discovery know its value, and
those who have not have-now the op
portunity to try -it free, Call at the
Hood River Pharmacy, and get a . trial
bottle free. Send your name and ad
dress to H. E. Hucklen & Co., Chicago
and get a sample box of Dr.- King's
New Life Pills free, as well as a copy of
Guide to Health and Household In
structor, free. All of which isguaran
teed to do yp'u good and cost you noth
ing- . . --'"T ".'-r
, BIDS WANTED.
. Scaled proposals will bo received by the
Board of Directors' of School District No. 2 for
celling the upper room In the school house
and Riving the same two coiits of paint. Bids
can be left at tho Glacier (rflice until J2o'c-lock
noon Wednesday, August 15, 1R(U. . The Hoard
reserves the right to reject an y or all bids.
. v . - , - R. J. ELLIS. Chairman.
: flood River, August 4 1894. 1 . "
I have sold my butcher business to W. N.
West, who. will cotatinue the same at the old
stand. AU persons knowing themselves In
debted to me will please come and settle up,
either by cash or hate. xAnd those having
claims against mo will present the same.
. i . O, 11. HARTLEY.
- Aug1 4, 1894. .; '. '.V'
FURNACE MEN,: ATTENTION.
The Board of Directors of fechool District
No.. 8: of Hood River, will receive bids for
heating the school building until Augusts;
1894. Bald proposals will be for steam, hot air
and hot water in tHelr rcspecttvo capacities
for heating said building. rinuH Rnd specill
eatlons can bo seen at Nlckclsen'sJIood
River, - The Board reservcj! the right to reject
any or all bids. Address v v. :..
; . V T. C. DAIiLAS, Clinlrman.
.' Hood River, Aug. j, 1891. - . 1-.. k
; ; E. V. HUSBANDS,'
Fins Boot aiifl SIic8 Mf&l
Only shop in town doing machine work.
Lowest prices guaranteed. - :
Prather B'ilding, Hood River, Or.
.':.,;- AV' . -ju!2i,4 "
. A. S. BENNETT. . v
, -A 2 TORN EY-A T-LA W.
OFFICE INSUANNO'S UUlliDING COBN EH
- OF C6UKTAND SKCOND STHEET.'j
''''.:'". ' 1'he Dalles, Oregon. .- " .
;; -f. watt, m. d.
Physician and Surgeon
. : - . .HOOD RIVER,' OR.
Ts cspecifllly Vrepared to treat Diseases of
JJoSe and Throat. .. . !4 , . . 1 t .
Local surgeon for Union - Pacific Ry.
.".'-,:.''. ,'DUFUB & JlSNKVEE, ' - r.-i '
1 . ; ' Attorneys-at-'-LaWi ..i.
Chajjmari Block; over Postoff ice
, , ,.. THIS DALLES OlllILtON.
Who formerly resided in Connecticut, but
j Who now resides in Honolulu, writes: "For
20 years past, my wlla
and 1 have used Ayer'a
llair TIgor, and we
altnbute to It the dark
hair which alio and I
now have, while hun
dreds of our acquaint
ances, ten or a dozen -years
youugcrthan we, .
are either gray-headed,
white, or bald. 'When
asked how our hair has
retained lt color and
fullness, we reply, ' Ey
the use of Aycr's Hair
Vigor nothing else.'"
- Tn 1863, my affianced
was nearly bald, and
ber to use
I Ayert Hal Vigor, and very soon, It not
1 only checked any further loss of hair, but
, , produced an entirely new growth, which has
". remained luxuriant and glossy to this day.
I can recommend this preparation to all 19
need of a -genuine hair-restorer. : It Is alt
. ' that ft Is claimed to be." Antonio Alarrun,
Bastrop, lex,. -. : ; .0 , - '
; U AYER'S :
Tlia Dalles, Portland ' & , Astoria
Through Freight and
Tlio steamer Regulator will run tri
weekly trips, leavingThe 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 .
' PASSENGER RATES.
One way.............'.'...'.......,..,... $2 00
Round trip.. ..,......., . 8 00
Freight Rates' Greatly
Shipments for Portland, received at -any
time, day 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,
. , ,' .;-.. - - v , , General Agent.
B. F. LAUGHLIN, ,
'.-.'. General Manager,
THE DALLES, OREGON
T. C. DALLAS. .
DE VI.KR IN -
Stoves and tin-
vare, kitchen fur--niture;
tools anji plumb
ers goods of all kinds.
... Repairing of tinware a specialty. -
AftPNrv rnn ' -.
ESTABLISHED 1813 '
TTHE BIGGEST BOOT IN THE WOfiUJ
. 1 HAUL MAW IMrYrSunfu)
A. S. mhn k CO.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Cops,--.
1 Boots and shoes; Flour, Feed
etc.- Country Produce '
. . V Bought and Sold. .: . :)
A. 8. BijOwkks. . - .1 . - -W.M.Yatks
EAST, WEST, '
NORTH and 1 SOUTH
EAST BOUND FROM HOOD RIVER
No.-- 2S; Freight leaves at - 11.46. A ,M
No. 2. Mail " I ' JO.OO ,1. .. M
' WE8T -BOUND FROM HOOD R1VKR. .; i
No' 27 Local, leaves at, 8. IS P. M
' No, 1,-Mail . " ; i'M A. M v
THROGH SLEEPERS RKCLINING (;HA1K. -CARS
AND DINLRS. ' ,
Portland to Han Francisco
every 4 days.
Sets ta ana to Emw.
For rales and general information call on-
DEPOT TICKKT AGENT. . , 4 ; . ..
W". H. HL'RLBURT, Asst. Gen. Puss. Apt.
VA Washtdnton 8t,., Portland egon.
roll ; SALE.
House and Jot in Hood
ply to .' A. H.
Freeh milk cow for salei AIpo, one
Polled Aiigufi bull, 'a years old. '
.:.; J.. (iRAHAM, Mt. Hood. .
C. J. HATKS SURVEYOR. s
All work given him will be done cor
rectly and 'prompt iv He ha a few-
i ni.:..-.n ..,t.;u i.
pavues;. ouLii laiiuni:
: and timber lands, -
, ienruary, ly4. -
The new Water Co. hereby gives notice that '
all water rents will be collected by the turmt r
collector, C.W this, the same as herctofoie,
until further notice. .
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