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3eed Jiver Slacier.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1S95.
Our (own government haa not been
expensive, so far. As will be seen by
the treasurer's report in the council
proceedings, in another column, the
total indebtedness above the balance in
the treasury is $66.10. This is a good
showing for the first i year, during
which the expense of incorporation,
compiling and publishing ordinances,
purchasing books and stationery, etc.,
was met. The record for economy
made by the town officials during the
first year of its government is one to
be proud of.
The attack on Minister t Bayard in
congress, Tuesday, led by Barrett of
Massachusetts, who called for his Im
peachment for his free trade utterances
in an address delivered ift Scotland a
short time ago, may make our ambas
sador to the court of St. James the
democratic candidate for the presi
dency next year. And with the cam
paign fought on the old line of the
tariff, the result may not be such a
one-sided affair, after all.
At the meeting of the national re
publican committes . In Washington
City, Tuesday, St. Louis was selected
as the place of meeting of the national
convention, and the date fixed at June
16th next.- '
Hood Jtivcr Public Library.
Following are the proceedings of the
v board of control of the Hood River
.. Public Library Association at their
meeting December 9, 1895, as per call
Resolved, That the regulations now
in force for the government of the Li
brary Association be continued in force
. . until further change, with the follow
Jug modifications, namely: The fees for
' , membership shall be 50 cents, and term
resident members shall be construed to
- mean members residing within the cor
porate limits of Hood River.; And,
lurther: When two or more members
of one family shall belong to any church
or other association, only one of such
v : members shall be included in the esti
, V mate of resident members.
' Motion to adopt above resolution car
, ried. -
Moved, that the chairman appoint a
committee of three, to advise with any
' society or societies with reference to
entertainments for the benefit of the
library! or for the purpose of their ob
taining representation on the board of
control, ana especially with reference
to the dates of such entertainments.
Provided, that the net proceeds of such
entertainment shall be turned into the
library treasury. Carried.
The committee appointed under
above motion consists of Mrs. W. H.
Bishop, S. E. Bartmess and J. E.
,. Adjourned. ' ,
; F. C. Bkosius, Secretary.
J-:-' To the Members of the Library Asso
ciation and Public: Below I give the
substance of the laws and regulations
of t he Library Association as amended.
Please note carefully:
Article I. Any person mav become a
member (of the Hood River Public
Library Association i upon the pay
ment of 50 cents.
Art. II. The business management
of the association shall be confided to
; the representatives of the fraternal, re
ligious and charitable organizations of
iiooa laver valley, who have complied
with the following conditions, namely:
Any of the above named onraniza-
, tions who shall contribute books or
money corresponding to their total res
ident membership, over the age of
twenty-one years, snail ue entitled to
' : one member of the loint board of con-
trol of this association for the term of
one year. Provided, that in comput
ing the membership of any such so
ciety there shall be deducted therefrom
any who may have paid membership
in any other organization. Further,
When two or more, members of any
one tatnlly shall belong to any church
or association (as above), only one of
eucn members shall be included in the
estimate of resident members.
Art. III. The board of control, as
above indicated, shall have control for
. the calendar year for which they have
heeu elected and until their successors
are elected and qualified. Provided,
that no society shall be entitled to rep
resentation for a longer period than
. which it has complied with the forego
ing terms of membership.
Art. IV. ' -
Art. V. The board of control shall
hold meetings on the first Wednesday
of each and every month, and at the
last meeting of the year shall submit a
report embodying their transactions for
the term, which shall be placed on file
ior the oenent ot their successors.
Prankton Notes. r .
Written by the pupils of Frankton school.
Last Saturday the Oregon Lumber
company moved -their piamug nia
chinery and engine to Viento. The
Davenport Bros, have obtained a sec
ond band mill and will place it upon
the site previously occupied by that of
the uregon Jjiimher company.
Tuesday, about twelve men gathered
at the residence of Mrs. Alma Howe
and sawed, split. and placed 12 cords of
x wood in her wood shed .
- :. Miss Leura . Wickham visited our
'-weiool Tuesday, and Monday Prof.
Tripp and F. . H. Isenberg were vis
Mr. W. 'J. Campbell was engaged
, last week in buildiug a wood shed for
Mr. E. Locke. ,
William Ellis and Antone Frohn
have each purchased , themselves a
Mr. W. B. Perry has been at home
for t he past few days, getting his apples
' ready for shipment.
Teachers' Annual Institute.
; To the Teachers of Wasco County:
A teachers' normal institute for the
teachers of this county and those of ad
joining counties who may wish to at
tend has been planned to meet at The
Dalles,. December 30th, and continue
1 in session two weeks. Many teachers
of this county have been earnestly ask-
ing for a meeting of such length, and
would be glad to attend one every
year. The institute fund, however, is
so small as to render this impossible.
It was therefore determined lust year
to hold a short session and so save a
part of the funds for the present year.
Even with this arrangement they will
fall short of meeting such expenses as
must necessarily be incurred in con
ducting a normal institute as it should
be tor such a lengtn or time, incon
sequence 1 have concluded to asK tne
teachers, and all prospective teachers
who may wish to attend as students, to
contribute each one dollar towards
these expenses. As this is customary
in other leading educational counties, '
I feel sure the teachers of Wasco, who
have always heretofore shown their
hearty co-operation in institute work,
will gladly respond.
President Campbell of the Monmouth
Normal School and Prof. Gavin of The
Dalles public school will be Instructors.
Instruction will be given in all
branches on which examination is had
for county certificates, and in mostof
those for state certificates. Special in
struction in methods of teaching will
be given for the benefit of young teach
ers who have never received any nor
mal training. The usual entertain
ments of lectures, music and other ex
ercises will be held several evenings.
Good board can be had in The Dalles
cheaper than ever. Make your ar
rangements so that, if possible, you
will not miss a day for every day wid
count. Remember, you cannot possi
bly keep your place in the rank of
teachers nowadays without attending
Institutes. It will cost you something
to attend, but it will cost you mucn
more to be absent. Do not forget to
extend a welcome to all your friends to
attend all sessions. Bring all your
text books and help make this meeting
Klgrand success for you and for others.
That it will be a success, the past JnstJ
tutes of the county stand as a guar
antee. Troy Shelley,
. . ' School Superintendent.
Hood River Apples in Illinois. .
- Portland, Dec. 5, 1895. Editor
Glacier: .The following Is an extract
from a letter written Nov. 27, 3895, by
Mr. Louis R. Noble of Mattoon, 111., to
Miss Abbie Sprenger of this city, who
sent him the apples referred to. The
apples were a Gloria Mundi and a
Twenty Ounce Pippin which Mr. Geo.
Prather- kindly sent me from Hood
River, after the fruit fair in October:
"I must first tell you of those apples.
After showing them to our near neigh
bors, I took them to one of the stores,
where a glass case was especially pre
pared for them. They were duly la
beled and described and became at
once the center of attraction for many
persons, particularly the farmers. On",
old gentleman who intended to set out
a large orchard thought he would try
to procure some of these varieties. I
did not tell him that no such apples
could be ruised here, as I did not wish
to spoil his vision of harvests that
would never come. But, Miss Abbie,
the time we enjoyed them was when
they were finally cut. We had hardly
expected that they would be delicious
in proportion to their size, but we were
most agreeably disappointed.; They
were very sweet and mellow. In fact,
we have no apples here' that seem to
me to at all approach their excellence
in flavor. Our best apple is the Brother
Jonathan, which is a red apple, about
half or two-thirds the diameter of the
smaller (red) one that you sent. We
do not get much good from Jonathans
after Christmas, as they are not good
keepers. The great keeper of this coun
try is the Ben Davis, which Is a bright
red apple, about three inches in diam
eter and a taste like a door knob. At
any rate, I never was able to get any
taste out ot one. xou can give them
any flavor that may suit your fancy,
from a pineapple to a turnip, by simply
putting in some of the particular arti
cle with the cooking. , The prime
quality of the Ben Davis is that it may
be kept for three or four months after
all other apples are gone. If one is
bruised, it simply dries up at the in
jured spot, whereas, any other apple is,
trom that time, lost, unless immediate'
Of course, this is nothing new to
Hood River folks; but it is hard to have
too much of a good thing. Yours for
Hood River, J. H Middleton.
. - Tucker Items.
Mrs. Kemp took Thanksgiving din
ner at Mr. Shelley's. YVv, '
Miss Edith Montgomery has been
suffering for several days with inflam
matory rheumatism. ' SVV'
At the magic lantern show at the
school house, Mr. Peter Anderson was
voted the ugliest man and Miss Lenora
tlinnchs the most popular lady. .
Mr. C. G.' Roberts has moved into
his new home at the Odell place? ' He
has named it Netherby. if
The Baldwin district school has
closed. Miss Shelley, the teacher, is
now at home. . ...
Miss Lulu Lenz has come home from
the school at The Dalles. She will en
ter school here. y . w, ':
Mr. Henrv StrttiirhV and his sister.
Mrs. Clifford of Portland, have" been
Visiting their parents lately. ,. -v .
We had about three inches of enow
Tuesday...;- ';,; ,vv,"'r
Mr. Wni. Ehrck has" been making
considerable improvements on his
dwelling new roof, ceiling ana pias
tering and flue.
There was a Demorest ' contest at
Pine Grove school house Thanksgiving
evening. t;nester bears, who at the
magic lantern show was decided to be
the ugliest man, got the silver medal
'.. Digest of Land Decision.
Furnished by W. D. Harlan, Land Attorney,
Washing, in, D. CJ '
The allegations in an affidavit of
contest will not be held insufficient if
the charges therein, taken together, set
torth a state ot tacts that warrant can
Settlement on a tract covered by the
entry of another confers no right as
against the record entryman or the
United States. A charge of abandon
ment against a homestead entry must
tail where the entryman is residing
upon the land when the notice of con
test is served. '
. v List of Letters
Remaining in t he Hood River post
office uncalled for December 1, 1895:
Baker, Walter (2) Elliott, Chas G
Button, T J Matson, T P
Coad, Mr and Mrs Northrup, L E
Carlson, A Z .. Wavnier, Henrv
...:.; L. E. Morse, P. M.
The regular meeting of the common
council convened Tuesday, at the usual
hour. Present Mayor Wolfard, Al
dermen Rand, Watt, Morse and Bart
mess, and Recorder Heald.
Committee on streets and public
property reported that The Dalles City
insisted on the price of $2 per lamp at
The Dalles tor the lamps ordered by
the committee, und requested . that a
committee be sent to examine and ac
cept the same.
Watt stated that he had examined
the lamps, and so far as he could judge,
thought they were in good condition.
Watt moved to reconsider the mo
tion instructing the committee on
streets and public property to purchase
street lamps of The Dalles City. Car
Watt then moved that the commit-
tee-on streets and public property be
authorized to at once purchase ten
street lamps of The Dalles City at the
price or $2 each in The Dalies, car
ried. . -
The reports of the treasurer and re
corder were read and filed. Following
is a statement of the town's finances:
Warrants i8sued,currentexpensefund...?121 60
Warrants cancelled, current ex. fund 35 U5
Warrants outstanding, cur. ex. fund 891 C6
Warrants issued, general fund $10 45
Warrants paid, general fund 89 45
Total receipts from licenses.....! $5 00
Total amount paid on warrants...,. 159 45
.Balance in canas 01 treasurer , a t
Indebtedness, less cash on band .;. $W 10
Morse moved tbat the committee on
finance examine and audit the books
and accounts of the treasurer and re
corder, and report at next meeting.
C. P. Heald tendered his resignation
as recorder of the town of Hood River.
On motion, Morse, Watt and Rand
were appointed a committee to prepare
resolutions expressing the sentiments
of the council regarding the services of
the retiring recorder.
. George T. Prather was appointed re
corder to fill the unexpired term. .
The finance committee reported their
approval of tha following bills: M. H.
Nickelsen, stationery, 35e; S.F.Blythe,
printing ordinance 14, $1.40; Chronicle
Publishing Co., printing election tick
ets, $5; C. P. Heald, fees of 5 per cent,
on licenses collected, $3.25.
On motion, the above bills were air
lowed, and ordered tbat warrants be
On motion, the council proceeded to
canvass the returns of the late town
election, and the recorder was instruct
ed to issue certificates of election to the
Work of the State Union.
From a report of fruit shipments
made by the Oregon Fruit Union for
the past season we take the following
The total number of pounds of green
fruit shipped through the Oregon Fruit
Union the past season amounted to
2,127,558 pounds; total paid the grow
ers, $32,182.25, or an average of lc per
Fruit shipments began May 10th,
with a crate of strawberries shipped
from Milton to Denver.
Portland shipped 2,569 crates straw
berries, and the total remitted to grow
ers amounted to $2,812.10-ran .average
of 90c per crate. .
Hood River, 1,927 crates; average per
crate realized by growers, $1.73 per
crate. ' .
. Milton shipped 8,925 crates; total re
mitted to Eastern Oregon Fruit Grow
ers' Union, $3,477.83, or 881c. per crate.
The Dalles shipped 875crates,netting
the growers an average of $1.69 per
Total strawberries shipped, 8,769
crates, or 11 carloads.
Hood River and The Dalles berries,
which are the Clarke Seedling variety,
are the most excellent quality and fine
shippers, and the good piees realized
by the Hood River growers is owing,
also, to the great care taken in prepar
ing the berries for shipment.
The Portland berries are Triumphs
and Sharpless varieties, the Triumphs
being the better shippers. The Milton
berries are mostly Sharpless variety.
Tbe difference in price realized by
the Hood River and Milton berries
proves the superiority of the Clarke
Retelling as a shipper, and also the need
of more care in packing and shipping.
Had Milton growers taken the same
care as the Hood River growers, far
better results would have been ob
Strawberries were shipped to Mon
tana, Utah, Colorado and Wyoming,
and a considerable quantity to Omaha.
. ot cnernes, z.ouo boxes were shipped,
averaging the grower 40c. per 10-pound
box. -Black Republican . proved to be
the better shipper for long distance.
.Eight cars, containing 7,057 crates,or
141,140 pounds of peach plums, were
shipped, netting to the growers $951.61,
or six-tenths per pound. Two of the
cars were from Douglas county, the
balance from The Dalles. Tbe sale of
only three cars were satisfactory to the
union or growers, but the sales of these
is evidence tbat, though the peach
plum is a tender fruit, it can be shipped
to advantage, but it must be handled
with great care. The Douglas county
Cars did not arrive in as good condition
as The Dalles shipments.
Tbe total number of prunes shipped
were 55,443 crates and 10,822 boxes, or a
total of 1,345,500 pounds. The bulk of
prunes shipped were Italians, 47,680
crates and 8,970 boxes, or a total of 1,
152,800 pounds. Total amount remitted
to growers, $14,787, or a trifle over ljc.
net per pound. .
Silver prunes; netted $ of a cent.Hun
garians 13c, Bradshaw, Yellow Egg,
Washington and other varieties of
plums and peaches, five-seventh of a
cent per pound.
A few crates of French or Petite
prunes were shipped by growers as an
experiment, but they will never pay to
Of bears, 7,960 boxes were shipped,
mostly Bartletts. Pear shipments were
not satisfactory, the net average being
25c. per box of 40 pounds.
Where the crates of prunes were full
and well packed, the grower was able
to realize good prices. While the In
experienced pack and handling on the
part of a great many caused them to
realize considerably less than an aver
age of lc. per pound, the union's ship
'tientsof theltalian prune green proved
beyond a doubt its excellent qualities
as a shipping fruit. The Hungarian
prune is vhe most profitable shipper.
VVhile not the flavor of eithvr
the It Silver prune, yet it pos
sesses all the keeping qualities of the
Italian, besides being much larger and
of more attractive color, which alone
sells it, and shipments of Hungarian
prunes always pay well.
The necessary pains and care is not
understood by the generality of the
fruit growers. The Eastern receiving
houses who find it necessary to use
large spriug trucks with rubber tires in
handling the Hint ironi tne car to tne
sale rooms, would be horrified to know
the fruit was hauled at this end five
miles in a dead axle wagon.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs.Phoebe Thomas of Junction City,
111., was told by her doctors she had con
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery completely cured her.and she
says it saved ber life. Mr.Thos. Eggers,
139 Florida St., San Francisco, sultered
from a dreadful cold, approaching con
sumption, tried without result every-
thingeise, then bought one bottle ot Dr.
King's New Discovery and in two weeks
was cured. He is naturally thankful. It
is such results, of which these are sam
ples.that prove the wonderful efficacy of
this medicine in coughs and colds. Free
trial bottles at Hood River Pharmacy.
Regular size 50c and $1.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Dec. 11,"
1895. Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has tiled notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of his
claim, and thut said proof will be made before
Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Oregon,
on January 21, 1895, viz:
ALBERT B. JONES,
Hd. E. No. 4947, for the east southeast ,
northwest southeast and southwest
northeast section 1, township 2 north, range
9 east. - .
lie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
C. J. Hayes, E. Udell, M. F. Loy, C. Morgan,
all of Hood River. Oregon.
dl8 . . J AS. ST. MOORE, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Vancouver, Wash., Nov. 80,
1895. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settlers have filed notice of their in
tention to make tinal proof in support of their
claim, and that said proof will be made before
W. R. Dunbar, Commissioner United States
Circuit Court for District of Washington, at
Goldendale, Wash., on January 15, 1896, viz:
JOHN C. COCHRAN, .
H. E. No. 7821, for the east southeast sec.
10, and north of northeast sec. 15, all in
township 6 north range 12 east, Willamette
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz:
August Hilding, Peter O. Hoult, August
Berg and Richard Granville, all of Glenwood
P. O. Washington. And
' AUGUST HILDING,
H. E. No. 7854, for the south of northeast
and west of southeast 54 section 15, town
ship 6, north range 12 east, W. M., who names
the following witnesses to prove his contin
uous residence upon and cultivation of, said
John C. Cochran, Peter O. Hoult, August
Berg and Richard Granville, all of Glenwood
P. O., Washington.
dOJIO GEO. H. STEVENSON, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Nov. 19,
1895. Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Ore
gon, on January 4, 1895, viz:
. JOHN F. DODSON,
Hd. E. No. 4266, for the north northwest H,
southwest M, northwest and northwest
northeast 2 section 84, township 2 north,
range 10 east, W. M. -
He names the ftllnw1nfir witnesses to nrove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
Clarence Knapp, Charles Murphy, Peter
uaeuanajonn Lenz, an or fiooa Kiver, ur.
n22d27 JAS. F. MOORE, Register.
NOTICE FOR HUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles. Oregon. Nov.
following-named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof In
support of his claim, and that said proof
win De maae Deiore ttegister ana tteceiver at
The Dalles, Oregon, on December 30, 1895, viz:
, . CHESTER WELDS, .
Hd. E. No. 8528, for the lot 2. section 81, and
lots 1 and 2, section 30, township 3 north, range
11 east. .... . ."'
He names the foil wlng witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
T. H. Emerson, Wm. Buskirk, J. N.' Rey-
noms ana wm. oss, an or Hooa River, or.
n22d27 JAS. F. MOORE, Register..
Whom it May Concern.
I wish to settle all outstanding accounts.
If I have missed any one, please address me
at Linnton, uregon. jam js. jlaiv. ,
Wagon for Sale.
A good second-hand wagon for sale or trade,
Apply to E. D. CALKINS,
nI6 . .' . Hood River, Or.
Fruit Farm for Sale.
I will sell my place, 2 miles from the town
of Hood River, near a graded school, contain
ing 40 acres, good house and barnj-strong
spring, wind mill, 1 acres in orchard,
acre In strawberries, all ivnced. Including
siock ana larm l mpiements, ror sisuo.
nl . FRED HOWE. Hood River.
Horses for Sale or Trade
Four head of Horses; one 6-; ear old mare,
one 4-year-old gelding, and two ooming 8
year-old colts sired by "Midnight;" dams be
long to F. II. Button. 7 F. C. BROSIUS.
I will lease on favorable terms one of the
best and very earliest tracts of Strawberry
land in this section. Five acres or more in
fine condition for planting this fall. For full
Particulars call on or address me at White
almon.Wasu. . ol8 A. H. JEWETT. ,
Twenty-five acres off the Glenwild Place
anciently called "Pole Flat." House and
cleared land; plenty of water: fine apple land.
Also, 20 acres near town, Joining T. L. Eliot.
Includes buildings, cleared land, fine springs,
line oaks, views of Coiumbia river. Hood
river rapids, etc. T. R. COON.
Ladies needing a competent nurse, on rea
sonable terras, apply to
MRS. E. B. FULTON,
08 , , , , . . ; , . Hood River, Oregon.
Farm to Rent.
I will rent for CA.-H, my Hood River
farm (excepting residence) for a term of years.
It has about five acres of Clark's Seedling
strawberries, one acre of Royal Ann cherries,
one acre Crawford peaches. Abundance of
water for irrigation. Apply, for further In
formation, to MR. or MRS. H. C. COE,
nl ... Hood River, Or.
THIS PAPER H DaTeM
vertlsing Agcncyt H4 and fi5 Merchant's Ex
change, San Francisco, where contracts for
advertising can be made for It,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
U JflB MBS B-"7. 13
The Largest and M
Sell only for
We invite trade of close buyers. .
WE WANT YOUR TRADE.
' The owner of South WaucoVna needs money,
make such a reduction in prices that it will sell.
read over the list and see what we will do.
Here's Our First Bargain
And if you think you can come within $100 an acre of our price anywhere around it, Just
hunt it up and buy it for a sni p. We have two blocks of 5 acres each directly back of the
new school house that can be had for 8750 each. This is at the rate of $150 per acre, and we
know that the owner, less than a year ago, refused $175 per acre for same ground.
Bargain No. 2.
A reduction of 25 per cent on all lots In South Tacoma, viz:
$300 Lots for ' - - - -$200
Lots for - - - -
$ 120 Lots for - - - -
$ 100 Lots for ' - -
Bargain No. 3.
An g-room hard-finished house, with six 50x150 foot lots, in the most desirable location in
town, only $1200. ' ' ,
Bargain No. 4.
A 7-room hard-finished house, with three 50x150 foot lots, beautiful location, only $800. ' "
Bargain No. 5.
: 25 acres of meadow land, all under fence, inside of corporation, $50 per acre.
We have also several other tracts of land lots and bouses that can be had at hard times
prices. Now, if you know anything about land values in Hood River, you will know that
nothing equal to these prices has ever been kno irn, nor will they remain long on the market
For any further Information, apply to i ' 1
PRATHER & COE,
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
MOUNTAIN STAGE AND LIVERY CO.
OF HOOD RIVER, OR., WILL CONDUCT GENERAL
r3 ID mm JtJ ZEu ZE3 r3
Comfortable conveyances to all parts of Hood River Valley and vicinity. Heavy dray
ing and transferring done with care and promptness. Also, dealers in
And Vehicles of All Kinds.
Call and sec our stock and get prices; they are interesting.
' v WE HAVE ADOPTED THE
o s in BANISH
i And shall endeavor to merit custom by QUALITY as well as QUANTITY.-
See our CONDENSED SPRAY COMPOUNDS and get literature nt the hor
: : ticultural fair or at our store.
1. Lime, Sulphur and Salt, per pound by the hundred weight 05
2. Sulphnr and Vitriol, per pound by the hundred weight .06
8. Soap, Sulphur, Caustic Soda and Lye, per pound by the hundred weight .07
4. Rosin and Salsoda, per pound by the hundred weight .07
6. Whale Oil Soap, 80 per cent, per pound by the hundred weight .08
7. Lime and Blue Vitriol (Bordeaux Mixture), per pound by the hundred weight .07
Acme Insecticide, 10 cts; Blue Vitriol, 6; Sulphur, 8; Rosin, 5; Salsoda, 3 cts,
We keep a full line of Insecticides and spray materials. If yon do not see what yoa want,
ask for It, and if obtainable we will get it. . . , v
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMERofAB1negrlylkriall':
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, etc., etc. Agent for the Bridal Veil Lumber Company. , ...
S3 i-J. B .Aft Kill M t Zrf. V .
and Fancy Groceries,
ost Complete Stock
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