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di'dji liver Slacier.
SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1S95. .
The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
elock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts ,lie same days at noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A, M.j arrives at
P. M. Saturdays.
For White Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.;
arrives at 6 o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Luke and Glenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays. ,
Canby Post, No. 18. G. A. B., meets at Odd
Fellow's Hall, first Saturday of each month
t 2 o'clock p. m. All G. A. R. members in
. vited to attend.
C. J. Hayes, Commander.
A. 8. Blowers. Adjutant.
Waucoma Lodge, No. 80. K. of P., meets In
their Castle Hall on every Thursday night
ly. N. Blowers, C. C.
Geo. T. Phather, K. of K. fe 8.
! , ADVERTISING RATES.
Professional Cards, per month .-..SI 00
One Inch space, per month 1 50
Rates on larger space given on application.
Business notices In. local columns will be
charged 5 cents a line eaeh Insertion; under
the head of "Special Notices" half these rates
will be charged.
Legal advertisements will be charged to the
party ordering them, at legal rates, and must
be paid for before proof is furnished.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS. ........
Lightning Eradicator at the Racket
Store. J - -..,.. ..,.,. ,,. . . ..
Two Rood fiesh cows for sale , by
Henry J?,rigge. ? '.,...'
The cows of Hood River have a res
pite of one month. .
O. L. Strannhun is building: an addi
tion 4o his house in Waueoma.
S. E. Bartmess - Is agent for the Bri
dal Veil Lumber Company.
Lou Morse in authorized agent for all
newspapers and periodicals. '
Charles Early, Clietiowith's mer
chant, was in towu Monday . .
Mrs. Parrlsh Is now keeping the
boarding bouse at Chehowith. '
GraVs is growing nicely, and the
cows are increasing their milk.
Mr.. Geary, piano tuner, was in
Hood River Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. Marsh ot Forest Grove is here,
visiting her daughter and ' Miss Shut-'
' 0..-B. Hartley-lies good hay for sale
at $11, a ton. He will trade hay for
cord frood or cattle.
Davenport & Bros. Lumber Co. are
now ready to deliver lumber to any
part of the valley. . f23
YVni. Ti ett savs he knows the nartv
wlio'killed a grouse on his place Satur-
.1 unif i. ...,.,.1.. l n.:u
J. B. Rand, Oscar Btranahan and
Mr. Boggu have each' lost a cow lately,
their deaths being caused by eating a
poison weed. x
Mr. A. E. Curtis of Portland came
p Saturday and went out to his
"country place, Curly Top. He returned
to Portland Wednesday.
Dr. Sanders is provided with a fieri
tal chair for his flood River office. Also
prepared to" extract teeth without pain
tiv the line of narcotized air. rHlWd lrun.
Mrs. Heald's piano rehearsal, which
was to have been held this (Saturday),
evening, Jjas ' been pos'tpoiied for one
week on account ot the illness of lier
M. F. Sloper.has rented the Langille
house and wilt take possession about
the 1st of June. Mr. and Mrs. Sloper
will run a first-class house, to accom
modate the travel to Mt. Hood in the
Henry Gray recently bought a span
of large bay stallions that" cost him $300
at Wasco. E. C. Rogers also invested
In a team, getting a very large pair of
horses for $100. He will use the team
in drawing lumber. ,.,
Will Rogers writes to his father that
his health is much improved and that
lie weigns now as mueii as ever ne uiu.
He sent for his photographic out tit and
expects soon to go to work at his old
business of photography.
W. S. Thompson, who recently re
turned from Illinois and bought back
from M. F. Sloper the place he former
ly owned here, has again sold the
flace, this time to Mr. M. McKoen,
a'ely from Washington.' Mr. Thomp
son has returned to Illinois. , ..-..
A petition Is being circulated asking
the county Court' for a road beginning
at a point opposite J. A.Soesbe'sblock,
on The Dalles and Sandy wagon road,
thence running south 'o the new school
house, thence west to Capt. Blowers'
laud, thence south to Mrs. Mooney's
place, and .west to intersect the county
jroad at J. C. Wheeler's place.
The O. R. & N. Co., always alert to
the welfare of their patrons, have de
cided to discontinue the mixed passen
ger and freight train leaving Portland
in the morning, returning in the even
ing, and substitute a regular passenger
train which will run daily including
Sundays: Leaving Portland 8:00 a.m.,
arriving Dulles 12:15 p.m., and return
ing to Portland 0.30 p.m.; About April
15th this train will carry an elegant
observation ear, and low rates for; the
round trip will be placed in effect.
Saturday afternoon the annual elec
tion of directors of The Dalles, Port
land and-Astoria Navigation Co. took
place at The Dalles. There were 250
shares voted in a total of 890, and the
following were elected directors: O.
Kinersly, II. Glenn, R. Mays, sr., E.
M. Williams, S. L. Brooks, Joseph T.
Peters and M. T. Nolan. The follow
ing officers were then elected by the
board: S. L. Brooks, president; O. Kin
ersly, vice president; .1. S. Sebenck,
treasurer; and M. T. Nolan, secretary,
Iu the fight in the council over the
stock ordinance, lines are drawn be
' tween those who voted for and against
incorporation. The antis say those
who voted for incorporation must now
take their medicine. Hartley, Morse
and Bartmess are opposed to the ordi
nance as originally drawn, which pro
hibits shock running at large at all
seasons and prevents their being herded
in the city limits, but they are ready to
vote fof an ordinance to keep stock up
at nighttime and during four months
of winter. The substitute presented at
last meeting prohibits stock from being
the corporate limits. Even if it passes j
nuiucii uii nic ran ccia auu uiig y a n iiulu
in luis Bunue, tiie laiiiiiy uow wiuuttvo i
to go in most cases, as there is not
enougu pasture lticioseu near town to
keep half the cows, and to pasture
them beyond the town limits will in
terfere witli the limited range now oc
cupied by country cows.-
W. J. Smith of the Hood River box
factory sold Mr. Jacobson of White
Salmon 325 appleboxes last fall. Fail
ing to get his pay he last week sued
for the money. -. The case was tried be
fore a jury . iii . the justice's court at
White Salmon. - It seems that Jacob-
son sent by an apple, buyer named
Hamilton for 225 of the boxes, and at
another time sent by a neighbor for 100.
Mr. Smith bad witnesses who testified
that the boxes were ordered by Jacob
son through these men, who had other
business in Hood River, to save him
self the trip during the busy season.
Defendent claimed by his testimony
and witnesses that he did not orderthe
boxes, and although he used them and
received pay for his. apples, the jury
decided in bis favor.
Dr. E. J. Thomas, a former resident,
who left us about three years ago, was
in Hood River during the week. Dr.
Thomas lias been agency physician on
the Colville Indian reservation, near
Fort Spokane, Wash., for a couple of
years. He recently resigned and con
cluded to go to the Willamette valley.
His wife preceded him and purchased
a drug store at Monmouth. The doctor
had a fine horse, and rather than give
it away in that country where horse
flesh is so cheap, decided to drive as far
as Hood River in his buggy. He ar
rived here Monday evening and lefton
the Regulator Thursday morning. The
doctor is looking as if life iu that far-off
country agreed with him. His many
friends were glad to see him. r "
Patrons of the Pottland and Dalles
accommodation train will be pleased
to learn of the change made in the pas
senger equipment. The O. R. & N. Oo
has replaced the former one combina
tion car carried with a straight baggage
car and an elegant lately remodeled
first-class coach and smoker. This ar
rangement virtually gives a day pas
senger train between Portland and
Dalles, leaving Portland at 8:00 a. m ,
arriving at Dalles 1:00 p. m., and re
turning, leave Dalles at 2:00 p. m., ar
riving at Portland 7:00 p; m. daily, ex
cept Sunday :The through passenger
train still retains its old schedule, leav
ing Portland at 7:00 p. m for the East
and leaving Dalles at 4:00 p. m. for
Saturday morning Percy Adams was
driving home the cows from the pas
ture. He had along hls.22-calibre rifle,
and when a cow lagged behind he
would shoot in her direction, the
whistling of the bullets serving to head
off the cow or start her along. By this
means the boy saved many a step.
But in trying to see how close he could
come to the cows without hitting them,
he missed his aim and hit the best cow
in. the herd, striking her in a vital spot.
arid she dropped dead.
Dr.' Julius Rathermel, a young
Frenchman -and traveler, is dotng the
Hood River country. He came here
about a month ago and expects to re
main till fall, hunting and fishing and
climbing our mountain peaks. He
was in Colorado during last fall and
winter, where he made a good record
in killing mountain bears and other
large game. He traveled from New
York state to Colarado all the way on
A woman who lived near "Tucker's Mill,"
At making bread displayed much skill;
"Peacock" is the name of the flour she'd use
All other kinds she'd ever refuse.
The consequence was, that come what might.
She always hud bread that was light una
.-. white.- . .,. ,, ... -
The moral Is: Buy Peacock flour1, '- ." '
Your wife will be happy and never look sour;
Your children will always be rosy and well
Hanna & Wolfard have "Peacocli" to sell.
Earl and Meigs Bartmess have two
tame digger squirrels that have become
great pets. One of them was allowed
to escape from the cage, last week,
through the carelessness of a neighbor
boy, but it stayed around in the neigh
borhood of .its cage, and Thursday
morning the boys managed to capture
it and return it to i's mate. The squir
rels are quite tame, and it is fun to see
them take nuts or acorns from the
hands of the boys and store them away
in their pouches or set upright and de
vour them, holding the nuts between
their fore paws
The person who are shooting grouse
down along the state road had better
look a little out, or the members of the
Rod and Gun club will look after
them. One day last week, while Elmer
Campbell was out looking for his
horsps, a grouse came flying over from
the direction of the Columbia and fell
dead in the road in front ot'hlm. He
picked it up and found it had been
shot in the neck. .
"Harry' Donnelly's crew of railroad
bridge builders arrived at Hood River
Wednesday. J. W. Wallace, W. G.
Clelland and Wm.' Mercer are in the.
party. They expect to be engaged on
this part of the road for the next six
weeks. Mr. Wallace says they spent a
most delightful winter in the upper
country. The weather was good all
through for outdoor vork.
The plasterers commenced work
Wednesday on the new school house.
There are now employed on the build
ing three plasterers, two lathers, one
tinner and eight carpenters. The
building Is expected to be completed
about the 1st of June. The painters
will be at work probably next week.
The building will be ready for the as
sembling of the state teachers' associa
tion August 1st.
Wm. Tillett is putting in 20,000 apple
grafts. Among the number- will be
the only grafts of the Yakima apple in
the country. This is the same apple
recommended by Mr. P. A. Snyder in
his communication to the Glacier a
short time ago.
. Mr. B. Warren has cleared about an
acre of land near the state road on hip
Oakdale . property, a-id has set it to
apple-trees and planted potatoes. Right
here is a chance for some one to get a
little piece of laud cheap for a home
Mr. Guthrie of Cascade Locks was In
the valley Sunday. He was looking at.
tlie country above the Crapper settle
ment, in the district becoming noted
for good apple land, and if he secures a
location, others from the Cascades will
fol low. -'
Ferguson fc Davidson have for sale
all kinds of agricultural Implements,
samples of which may be seen at their
warerooms in the Champliti building.
Miss de Witte arrived here last Sun
day direct from England. - She is the
guest of Mrs. Travers and will remain
C. J. Haves, surveyor, completed
surveying Idlewild cemetery Wednes
day, and Friday he began subdividing
section 3. ' .
R. Peaier has turkey eggs for sale at
75 cents for ten. " .
; Old papers for sale at this office.
Council Proceedings. ' V7
At the meeting of the common eoun
cil, Tuesday evening last, the following
bills were allowed: Chronicle Pub. Co.,
$9.25;.H6od River Mfg. Co., $2.50; M.H.
Nickelsen, 65 cts. ., ' : .-. i
The committee on fire and water re
ported a further proposition from A. S,
Blowers regarding the leasing of his
water works. The council decided to
consider Mr. Blowers' proposition, as a
committee of the whole, andif adyis
able, to make a counter proposition.. '
Ordinances 9 and 10 were passed. '
A lively discussion was had over, the
proposed stock ' ordinance. The .orig
inal was changed so as to leave out
some of the more stringent features,
and owing to these changes,' final ac
tion was deferred until the next meet
ing of the council. - , - ; '
The reports of the treasurer and' re
corder were read and accepted. . : :
A Handsome Design...;; .V
M. V. Harrison, has gotten tip a de
sign for a label for Hood r River straw
berry, crates. -It is. a representation of
the Clara's' seedling strawberry,! with
the outline of Mt. Hood iu the back-,
ground, with the river winding dowii
from , the Mountain to the front of. the,
picture; The Wotd."Hopd," surmountsI
the, crest of the mountain, "River"
marks the line -of the river, with the
word "strawberries!' across, the straw
berry :in "the center. The sketch is in
the rough, but when it- is touched up
by the band of an artist and litho
graphed, it will be a thing of beauty,
It is intended to paste, the picture on
the strawberry crates, the sanie as . the
lithographic work ' on ' the "California
raisin boxes. . The design will be regis
tered with the secretary of state. , ' '. ;. "
The county court held an adjourned
meeting Thursday to receive ihede.lin
quenl tax list; but it not being -ready
the matter was deferred, until tae reg
ular meeting in May. j' ; ; .
Rememher the Easter festival at. the
Langille house Friday evening. ;. Sur
per 15c; children 10c. . Everybody
come. ", :, ' .: ' ; -
Herrin, photographer, will fold his
tent today and leave by the; .Regulator
for bis home at The. Dalles. He. in-r
tends tocomeagaiu about July. . ,
Dr. Carns lett Monday for Portland.
Mrs. N. J. Mercer Was11 called to
Sherman county during, the week .by
the sickness of her daughter. -
"Man cannot live by bread alone,"
but he can come pretty near it, if the
bread is made from Peacock flour, sold
and warranted by Hanna & Wolfard.
Mrs. E. J. Hay ties left. Friday for
her visit to Portland. ' .-.', ;
Cherry trees arid strawberries are In
bloom. ' : -V " ''':';, ' .. : -
CIIl'R.CH NOTICES. . .
Services appropriate to Easter will
be conducted at ' the . Congregation al
church on Sunday morning. The or
dinance of baptism will be adminis
tered, the. comiuuniou. supper will be
observed and reception of members Th1-:1
to tue cuurcu. especial music win he
furnished, among which will be an
Easter anthem' and solo by Mr.. VV;
James Lewis.;; ; ' " ,,.''.!' ';,'
Sunday school at the . Valley Coiir
gregational church each Sunday at
10.30, except on church days, when it
meets at 10 o'clock'. . "Come, now, let
us reason together, saith the Lord." '
"Regular services are held at the M.
E. barracks morning and evening of
the first Sunday of each month; in the
evening the remaining Sundays of the
month. The fourth Sunday evening
occupied by T. D. Gregory.
F. L. Johns.
12-inch chilled plow ;
Mooth harrow ,
Double shovel plow .,
Corn planters .
Farm wagon, J'xlO
Two-seat spring wugon
, 85 00
u. JJ. liKNKlCil, Agent, .
Representing D. M. Osborne and Mitchell,
Lewis & Staver companies. , -..
The bulk of the season's grinding is over,
but the miller will be at home every Satur
day during the summer months, prepared to
grind your grist promptly. .
f23 HARBISON BROS.
First class" timothy hay for sale by Ferguson
4 Davidson at !15 per ton. marlO
Qlack harness oil, 85 cts a quart, at Pierce's
Harness and 8hie Store.
For sash, doors, mouldings, brackets, com
bination fencing and turning, go to the Hood
River Box Factory.
The Hood River Box Factory ts now pre
pared to print stencils.
v Seasonable Hints. ' i
Look to the house drains and' see
that the germs of typhoid fever be not
filtering into the well.
Make plantings of sugar corn, peas,
beets, potatoes and other things of early
and late sorts at the same time, which
will give a succession without the
trouble of successive sowings.
Old Peter Tumbledown's gate still
has to be lifted around for want of a
hinge. And hinges are cheap.
Let the tired housekeeper try a long
legged stool for all kinds of work in the
kitchen when sitting is possible. !
If the apple trees have arrived from
the nursery and are shriveled, you will
gain no time by setting them at once.
Lay them on the ground in a damp
celiar or cover with moist soil. When
the bark is full and plump again set
the trees and they will live.
Calves can be raised well and profit
ably on sweet skim milk, with a little
porridge of middlings and flax seed
added. ' , , s
There seems to be a decided difference
of opinion in regard to the feeding
value of wheat for horses. Oue man
thinks it positively injurious and a
cause for grain founder, while others
recommend it. We think that it can '
be fed with advantage, but it must be
fed iu the right proportion of one-third
wheat and two-tli I rds oats, It .' is
best to have the wheat grouud and
mixed with the oats. We put a driv-''
ing horse in fine condition by feeding
wheat in this way when o.tber, grain
seemed to do him no. good. ,
be as free from nicotine as the day before you first took your first chew or
smoke. , An iron-clad written guarantee to absolutely cure the tobacco habit in
all its forms, or money refunded. Price $1 00 per box, or S boxes (30. days
treatment and guaranteed cure), $2.60: For sale by all druggists, or will be
sent by mail upon receipt of price. SEND SIX TWO-CENT STAMPS FOR
SAMPLE BOX. Booklets and proofs free.
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Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Company, LaCrosse, "Wis. Dear Sirs: I have been a tobacco
fiend for many years, and during the past two years have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars
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learned of your"Baco-Curo." Three weeks ago today I commenced using your preparation,
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truly, .. ....
GEO. P. OROWELL,
Successor to Ei L.Smith Oldest Established
-DEALER IN: .
Dry; Goods, Clothing,
Flour and Feed. Etc..
White Russian Oats
For seed, and the best kind )f Seed Beans, for
.saleby , J. R. GALLIGAN,
maru Jiooa tuver, or, .
A , Jersey Bull,
Service, $1.00, payable at time
Hood River, Or.
Plymouth Rock Eggs
For hatching. Ono dollar per dozen. For
sale by . D. G. HILL, Hood River.
. . ' (marai
-"H,URAL NO. 2." Took first prize at Hood
River Pair. Good keepers, good quality,
' heavy, yiclders, smooth surface. 73c per 100
,8h. Will deliver at Hood River If desired. ,
maf ltf ' " HARBISON BROS.
A dwelling house in town,
.. marlil . G,
For Sale or .Trade.
' A""eav Wagoafor sale, or will exchange
foraillghter one. - A. O. HERSHEY, ,
,mar23 , Hood River. Or.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Wasco County. ,
Adolf Dietrich, plaintiff, ,
vs. '.. , ' '
Adelia Dietrich, defendant.
To Adelia Dietrich, the ubove-named defend
ant: In the name of the State of Oregon, . You are
required to appear and answer the complaint
filed against you in the above entitled sul on
or before Monday, the 27th dty f May li95.
that being the first day of the- ne.i regular
term of safd Circuit Court following tueex-
firatlon of the time prescribed in the order
leretofore made lor the publication of Raid
summons: and if you fail so to appearand
answeraid complaint, for ' want thereof the
plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief
demanded therein, to wit: for a decree (o;-ever
dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore
and now existing between plaintiff and de
fendant, for the future care nnd custody of the
minor child of plaintiff and defeni a it, Frieda,
and for such other relief as to the court may
seem Just and equitable. v- '
The service of this summons is made upon
you by publication tl:e.-eof in the H od River
Glacier, a newspaper of gent ral cirtjulution
published weekly In Wnsoo county, Oregon,
by order of, Hon. L. Bradshaw, Judge of
said' court, w-hich order was duly imuie at
chambers. In Dalles t lty, Oregon, on ths Oth
day of April, 18U5. H. H. KIDDELu,
rapl:lin25 Attorney for Plaintiff.
A Grnd Mdueator.
Successor of tha
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Supreme Court.writes : " The International
Dictionary is the perfection of dictionaries.
I commend it to all as the one great stand
ard authority." . ;V
KJfK saving of three cents per day for a'
year will provide more than enough money
to purchase a copy of the International.
Can you aiford to be without it?
G.&C MERRIA3I CO., Publishers,
Springfield, Mass., V. 8. A.
RmA trt thfl nnMlRhr(i for frPe wilnDhlet.
r Do not buy cheap reprints of undent editions.'
The Portland Sun is for sale every day at
the post office after the arrival of the train
itmmio us to stop sud denl
and don't tjimposed. xipon by buying a
remedy that require you to do so, aa it i
nothing more than a substitute. In the sud
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stimulant, and in most all cases the effect of
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It is purely vegetable. You
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GEO. T. PRATHER,
NotarF MUc anfl Ins. Agent.
I represent five of the best Insurance com
panies. Collections made and real estate handled on
Office jn Prather Block, Oak St.,
HOOD KIVER; OREGON. '
T. 0. DALLAS,
' . - - DEALER IN- '
STOVES AND TWAEE,
" , '. Pruning Tools, Etc.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty.
I have for sale two fine-Fruit Farms and the
best hay farm in the valley. Plenty of run
ning water on all of them. Will sell any or
all of them. -. Also, fine residence and lots at
different prices. Call on or address
... A. S. BLOWERS, ; . .
aiilS );' , Hood Rlver,:Orcgon.
A S. BLOWERS & CO.,
. DEALERS IN-"
' Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
FLOUR AND FEED.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
:the biggest boot in the world
ImMJC PMKS CUrrHluHTCP
A Soft Snap.
Two Ten-Acre Tracts, accessible to the new
school house, also one-quarter mile of Krank
ton scliool house. Choice of ten acres, 825 per
acre; twenty acres for $400. Land adjoining
has sold for S100 per acre. Also, 1(0 acres iu
Winans section, choice timber; price 4350. Ap
ply at this office- mar23
ONE GIVES RELIEF,
; Nlckelsen & Luckey will hereafter do all
plumbing and repairing, connecting to or de
taching from water mains.
d22 . . ; , -A. S. BLOWERS, Manager. ''
FOR S ALE.
Forty acres unimproved land, on the east
side of Hood river, 5 miles from town. Price
810 per acre. Inquire at Glacier office.
The Old Reliable
215 Montgomery St.,
F'XTFNIHNG FROM PINE TO BUSH, SAN
, Francisco, Cal. Business center of the
city, convenient to njl banks.insurance offices
and places of amusement. Containing 800
rooms. Terms Jl..i0, 82 and S2.60 per day.
Free coach to and from the hotel,
flit , . J. S. YOUNG, Proprietor.
Seed Corn for Sale.
NINETY-DAV CORN. Can e had at the
store of George Crowell, at the Racket i-tore
or at my house. T. A. TEMPLETON, -
mar 111 '" ' '. . Hood River, Or.
Early Rose, Burbank, and Peerless Potatoes.
For sale by
Hood River, Or.
acres of good land V, miles west i
Inquire Qf . G. T. PRATHElt.
Through Freight and
Daily net Dalles ana Porflani
All' Freight WHl Come Through
, . . .
One way $1
Round trip , ;..4 2
Freight Rates Greatly
W. C. ALLAWAT, ."
THE DALLES, --
E. McNEILL, Receiver.
TO THE :
Glv8 the clMxrce of
Norte li Pacific Ey.
SPOKANE, -y DENVER,
ST. PAUL. Kansas City.
Low Rates to All East
EAST BOUND FROM HOOD KIVER
No. 28, Freight leaves at IMS. A..t
No. 2. Mull 10X0 P. U
WKST BOUND FROM HOOD H1VER.;,
No 27 , Local, leaves at S. 15 1 M
No. l, Mail
i-M A. M
r i v . ., .
.; Ijeave i'ortland every Ave days for .
SAW FRAP! CISCO.
For full details call on O. R. & N. Agent,
Hood River, or address
W. H. HURLBUIJT. .
Gen'l Pass. Agmii, .
Port lautl, Or.
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MU.NN & COM NEW VOHE, 3 1 Blto A li WA T
Cm J. HAYES, J SURVEY OIL
All work given him will be lon (rcr
rectly and promptly. He luis h fow
good claims upon wiiieb he can Wute
parties; Doth fnrniing and Umber lands.
February, 1894. ' s (
The undersisrned has on hand a stood va
riety of choice ,'"''
Froit Trees, Plants anfl Vines,
at Hard Times Prices. 1
. Grafting and budding done to order,
octl ' . H. C. BATEHAM.
Bargain in Land.
For falo Forty acres unimproved land,
enst side of Hood river,' 4 miles from town.
Will sell 5 or 10 acre tracLs cheap. Inquire at
Ot acler office,