3ood Iiver Staciei FRIDAY,' FEBRUARY 21, 1896. THE MAILS. The mall arrives from Mti Hood at 10 o' clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de part 'he same days at noon. For Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A. M.; arrives at P. M. Saturdays. , For White Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.j arrives at 6 o'clock P. M. From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil mer, Trout Lake and Olenwood Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. SOCIETIES. Canby Post, No. 1(1, G. A. B., meets at School House Hall, first Saturday of each month at 2 o'clock p. m. All G. A. K. members In vited to attend. The ladies of the Relief Corps meet at same time In the adjoining room. JOHN A. WILSON, Commander. M. P. Isknbebo, Adjutant. Waucoma IOdge, No. 80, K. of P., meets In . ineir uastre iiaii on every rnesaay nignt.. J. A. Soksbb, C. C. Geo. T. Pbather. K. of R. Si S. . Riverside Lodge, No. 08, A. O. U. W., meets first and third Saturdays of each month. W. J. SMITH, M. W, J. F. Watt, Financier. il. L. Howb, Kecoj der. , 1 , . ' . BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS. Twlce-tv-week Republic and Glacier F. I. Hubbard, photographer, Hood . 1 I A. 1 . - .1 1- . . I Store lor cents. Capt.- John MeNulty is now mate on the steamer Dalles Cltv. Hood River public schools will close lor t tie term next iriaay. - The populist state convention will meet at 8a.lem March 2Gth. Strayed, from Dr. Brosius' barn, a 2-iiifli pynrpas hnraa p.nl nr. jjou jMoree is autnonzeu agent iorau ' - .1 I .1 ! 1 .. , . Mr. H. (oburg, who owns the old titan ley place, is building a barn. Grandma Rogers, who has been sick in bed with the grip, is improving. .' Rolled wheat, the best of horse feed, can &ow be had at the box factory. The primary department' of Frank- rtn ar'lwinl IWIaa Rpas Taanhorfr ton I ml closed last Friday. Until after new crop, Saturday only will be our grinding nay. Harbison Bros. D.'F. Pierce has left his shoes with IS. V. HiiKbands, who will sell them at cost., Call and see them at the old stand. , . ('harley Lloyd returned to Hood River last Monday from Puget sound. He expects to remain here for the present. - . ,, Capt. Blowers is having the big boulders blasted out on his resilience (lock and grading and otherwise im proving the grounds. Supervisor Prather is working the roads. . Wednesday, with a force of tinn Ka urua attiru.rasl ftlltm lit-, fliu mud holes on the west side of Hood river bridge. . Judge' L. ' Henry and C. L. Morse were at The Dalles, Saturday, attend ing a meeting of the populist county central committee. The committee selected delegates to attend the - state convention at Salem. Judge Henry was appointed a delegate and C. L. 31 ite alternate. The programme for . the entertain ment to be given by the Home Social and Dramatic club on Tuesday even ing, March" 8d, has not yet been com pleted but will be ready for publication next week.' The price of admission will be 20 and 10 cents; proceeds to go to the library. , We learn that on Monday last, Ches ter Sears, son ot D. H. Sears of the East Side, while at work in the timber Co., was caught betweeu two logs and li is left leg was broken and bis right ankle dislocated. He was brought home and his Injuries attended to by Dr. Brosius. . A photograph social will be held at the residence of J. P. Watson, Wednes day eve, -Feb. 26th. Everyone, both old and young, are cordially invited to attend and bring a picture of them selves taken when they were young. The one guessing the largest number of pictures will be entitled to a prize. Games and music will be the order of . i. t -d....!. ...in i . tuo evening. iwiicDiiuJVuio win served. Bill 10 cents. Mr. M. Willis met, with a painful ac cident Tuesday. He was up in a pine tree, 50 feet from the ground, engaged in cutting the top, when he made a miss lick with his axe and cut his leg below the knee. When he got to the ground his shoe was tilled with blood. Rev, F. C. Km use happened along oou after and acted as surgeon in bind ing up the wound. Mr. Willis is get ting along all right, but the injury will keep him from work for several days. - Rev. J. L. Hershner spent, a part of last week in Portland and was in the hands of specialists, receiving treat ment for his eyes.' They regard his as a stubborn and critical case, owing to a pronounced rheumatic tendency. He will bave to give his eyes absolute rest for a month or so. If there is not promise of improvement soon he will go to Chicago rorfreatineut. The Con gregational church has generously granted him a vacation for two months. He will endeavor to secure supplies for Lis pulpit. . . . . ' Last week we received a copy of the Portland ; Illustrated Annual, which this year is in the form of a magnifi cent souvenir of the public schools of 1 i. ft I . i . 7 -V tin anniiul .inn Ki i.iQ fit, a half-tone poitraits of every teacher in the Portland public schools, which are very lifelike, judging from the pictures of those with whom we are acquainted. The book is the work of the printing house of Peaslee Bros., and the type, presses, ink, etc., were supplied by the A merican , Type Founders Co. of Port land. ; ;,' '. The little daughter of Mr. Fred Web ber, Holland, Mass., had a very bad cold and cough which he had not been able to cure with anything. I gave him a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, says W. P. Holden, merchant and postmaster at West Brimtield, and the next time I saw him he said it worked like a charm. This remedy is Intended especially for acute throat and lung diseases such as colds, croup and whooping cough, and it is famous for its cures. There is no danger in giving it to" Children for it contains nothing "injurious. For sale by Will iams & Brosius, druggists. A babe was found in a basket on the doorstep of (J. J. Farley, iu The Dalles, lust Tuesday morning. In the basket was a card, on which the following was written: "Little Kenneth Clair; born February 17, 1890. " This child was not borivout of wedlock nor of low pa rentage." It is supposed the child was brought to the city on the westrbound passenger train, at 4 o'clock in the morning. Mr. and Mrs. Farley will care for the little one, although they have three children of their own. The Maccabees of The Dalles have chartered the steamer Regulator for this evening, to attend the ball to be given in the armory tonight by the order here. - The railroad company has reduced fares for the occasion, and a big crowd from outside towns will be in attendance. The ladies aud friends of the U. B. church gave their pastor's wife a very pleasaut surprise on Tuesday eve of last week, coming with arms and bas kets tilled with the necessaries of life. Refreshments were served and a very pleasant evening was spent. Mr. L. H. Adams and wife of Port land came up last Saturday and spent fcsunaay wHu Mrs. - Adams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. H,. Pugb. Mr. Adams Mrs. Adams remained for a more ex tended visit. .:-.- Postmaster Crossen of The Dalles has been asked by the secretary of war to recommend a site for the proposed government building in The Dalles, that is to cost $100,000, in the event Senator Mitchell's bill becomes a law. The Dalles is about entering upon a building boom. Max Vogt has decided to rebuild the Vogt block, destroyed by tire in 189U, A. Bettiugeu will erect a large building, and ''other buildings are contemplated. C. L Phillips of The Dalles, who was at the locks at the Cascades re cently, gives it as his opinion that a boat can not pass through tbem this year. Jtle thinks there is too much to do. . .' , . ' .,' , Col. Nevius, an old Grand Army veteran and for a long time colonel of th Third regiment O. N. Q., died at Salt Lake February 12th. , The W. R. C. will give a patriotic social on the evening of -February 2d, at a. u. u. vv; nan, ior tne oenenc ot the department. , Mr. E. D. Catkins of Hood River served in the wur under Gen. Gibbon, whose death was recently announced. Jan. Coventon returned from The Dalles Monday, where. he had been stopping for a couple of weeks. Events of the Coming Tear. The coming year will b a period memorable in the history of the world, if but a part of the plans of the United States government and European na tions is carried out. In the United States there will be the liveliest presi dential campaign ever held, and the fifty-fourth congress, now in session, will furnish exceedingly interesting de bates on the tariff' and financial ques tions until June. There will be several exciting state elections and many great political speeches, everyone win watch with interest the progress of the'Venr ezuelan commission's inquiry, the re sults of the wars in Cuba, in South Africa, in Turkey, and the outcome of other complications now arising iu the lio worm. , It is a remarkable coincidence that at the beginning of a year of such rich promise of stirring news the greatest metropolitan newspaper in the. United States the St. Louis Republic should reduce Its price to JO a year, or to less than, two cents a day. This low price now places the Republic, within the reach of every o-ie. Those who wish to keep posted on politics, trade, na tional and international affairs during 1886 should at once subscribe for it on these easy terms, in addition to taking their own local paper. .Newspaper readers wno may think they cannot afford to take a metropol ian daily paper should at least sub scribe for the Twice-a-Week Republic 104 papers a year for only $1 a year. It contains the best of everything that appears in the daily. C. E. Local Union. There will be a meeting of the local C. E. union at the U. B. church to morrow, at 2:30 o'clock, for the election of officers and the consideration of any other business that may come before the meeting. All endeavorers are re quested to be present. R. A. Copplb, President. Jones He Pays the Freight. ' Send for a copy of The Buyer's Guide, with latest reductions aud market prices Sent free to any address. Freight on $20 orders paid to any point on Colum bia river reached by Portland boata. . Jones' Cash Store, Front & Washington Sts., Portland.Or. This is the old way "the good old way" of curing a cold. But it is in convenient and only adopted as a last resort. There is another way, which is more convenient and quite effective. We refer to the "White Pine Com pound." We have it in liquid form or in lozenges, handy to carry in pocket, and suggest you think of it when your next cold is coining on. Also, think of ' Williams fc Brosius, Druggists. . Bucklen's Arnica Salve. v v The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and pos itively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion or money refunded. Price, 25 cts per box. For sale ut the Hood River Pharmacy. , Sociable at Mrs. CrowclRi Editor Glacier: The Congrega tional church sociable held at the'tes Idence of Mrs. George P. Orowell Was largely attended. . Mrs. Crowell is a superior hostess aud makes every one feel the genial air which pervades her Dome, sue arranged a very entertain ing programme and was ably assisted by ladies of. the church. Mrs. Wood ward gave a recitation ("The Night of ine uuamy isaii") ana Mrs. juaFrance a reading ("Tne Widow .Piper"), ilotu ladies were very cordially applauded, Miss Cook of Portland displayed care. ful culture aud artistic expression in her rendition of "Money musk." Mr, McCoy as an accompanyist would have oeeu excellent it he had not Deen such a rapt and dazed admirer ot the lady oeiore mm, who wooed troni bis vioim bow such energetic tones of encourage. ment. The tableau of the "Old woman who lived in a shoe" was very pretty and the bright children-were a whole some deligut to all. Miss CooK posed as the "Uociaess or liberty," and im mediately a patriotio thrill of devotion to that deity filled each manly breast. Mr. Smith gave an original poem de scribing the "heroism of an old soldier under .flre , ., viz the jnquisitiveness of his friends about his preparations for no use Keeping. icetreehrnents and games followed the programme, and every one bade Mr. and Mrs. Crowell good night with .the assurance that they had enjoyed a pleasant evening. . ; ' ! ' Valentine Party. . In response to the joyously received invitations issued by Mr. and Mrs.L.E Morse, for "ye men and maydens'? to assemble at their home to celebrate St. Valentine's vej there appeared near twenty-two of the pleasure loving young people or tiooa laver, wno were received by Misses Grace Belden and Theresa Morse and ushered into the brilliantly lighted reception rooms, which were tastefully decorated with ivy, pussy winow and Oregon grape leaves woven into garlands and wreaths, from which were suspended tiny hearts pierced by golden arrows. The guests engaged in merry games and conversation until 10:30 o'clock, when a dainty lunch was served, after which one and all were presented with a handsome bouquet, then a game of ooiunicai orthography held sway until tue lateness or tne hour reminded them that "Time waits for no man." But ere the "Good nights" were said, each guest was the recipient of a beautiful valentine which modestly reminded them of the chief traits iu their char acters. Those present were: The Misses Cora Mayes, Millie Olinger, Lucy Elli son', Bessie Wright, Grace Belden, Theresa Morse, Nannie Mercer, and Messrs. Howard Isenberg. Geo.Slocum. Hubert Galligau, Elton Havdeu. Mar shal iseutierg, Maitie uukes, tieorge Rich, Ernest Loy, Bert Taylor, Charles L'astner, Chester Shute and - Henry McGuire. ;'-'"- ' Tne Frankton Literary. The Frankton literary and library association held an interesting meeting last Friday evening. Recitations were given by Elmer Campbell, Miss Mar garet Locke, and Grace and Daisy Campbell, and May Boorman gave a reading. 'Miss Laura Ellis favored the audience with a solo, aud the Misses May Boorman, Daisy Campbell and Laura Ellis sang "Joy Cometh in the Morniug," Miss Grace Campbell play ing the accompaniment on the organ. Thoe. Calkins aud E. N.. Blytho ren dered a dialogue, "The Gold Cure." The question for debate wass "Resolved, That intemperance has caused more misery than - war." -.' Those tak ing part in the debate were: Affirm ative Aiitone Frobn, T. E. Wickens, Thos. Calkins, Richard Kirbyson and Roy Ellis. JNegutive Wm. L. Ellis, W.J. Campbell, E. N. Blytbe, Miss Clara Blythe and F. R. Absten. The judges rendered their decision in favor of the affirmative by a vote of two to oue. The question, "Resolved, That Abraham Lincoln had more to contend with than George Washington," will be debated at the next meeting. - Secretary. Our people are growing more and more in the habit of looking to Will iams & Brosius for the latest and best of evefy tiling in the drug line. They sell Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous for its cures of bad colds, croup and whooping cough. ' When in need of such a medicine, give this remedy a trial and you will be more than pleased with the result. j A Bachelor's Club. -Hood River, Feb. 11, 1896. Editor Glacier: Two or three years ago, and up to the present time, there have been no less than thirty bachelors re siding in the neighborhood lying be tween Indian creek and Hood river, and bounded by Jones' place on the north and Barrett school house at the other end. Many a high old time have we had together. Two or three houses were considered headquarters, "where games and music were indulged iu and plenty of. populistic literature was always on hand. Sleigh rides were often gotten up, no giris being allowed. The debating society at the Barrett school house was a favorite re sort. --........ - . .. . - . Different names were suggested for the organization, such as "Hood River Spud Boilers' Association" and "Rail Gulch Bachelors' Fraternity," but no one was definitely decided upon. In time the boys got acquainted with the girls at the debating society and at other places and began to pair off. One of our leaders went to the world's fair and found such a' tine girl that he married her and brought her home. Others have married girls from other localities, most of them coming from Belmont, which seems to have a sur- Elus of old maids. And thus they ave dropped out until now there are only ten unmarried men in the dis trict, add scarcely a single marriageble girl, but there are teu young married couples. '' ' '. ; . - To save the organization from dying out, two men were sent East for bach elor relatives, who are expected soon, and two who have been away have re turned to their ranches. : One of our members, who was afraid of being the last one, proposed to an old maid and she gave him the mitten. Despite the best we could do the organization had to be disbanded. This has been caused to a large extent, I think, by the man agement of the. Hood River fair- last fall, who not only offered large induce ments to our members to get married but offered solid silver spoons to the babies. ' Now, when some of the boys meet to cut wood, the man with a baby at home quits work first to go home and play with the Kid. The newly mar ried man quits soon after , to help his wife get supper, and the single man works on until dark, as there is no at traction for him at home. -.' ; Yea, verily, the world do move and so do the girls, and spooning with wife ana ha hies is not such a Dad pastime, after all, when one gets used to it. . At least, such has been tbeexperience of ; r The Historian. The Pine Grove School. Editor Glacier: Our school closed last Friday, ufter a very, successful term, with Miss Anna Sears as teacher A good programme was gotten up for the exercises on the last day or school, and the pupils acquitted themselves well before the large erowd of visitors in attendance. The teacher was high ly complimented on her work. - East Sider. The Moro Ohserver ravh: "The Rel moot brass band, Bro. Isenberg and family of Hood River, will enliven the camp fire at Wasco with some good music on the W th." i Bora. In Hood River valley. East Side, February 10, to Mr,anaMrs, S..H."'Cox, a son. '" . ,;f Church Notices. . There will be no preaching services at the Congregational church next Sunday., M. E. services in Hood River everv Sabbath evening, and in the mornings or the first and third Sabbaths of each month; at Mosier on the mornings of tne second ana tourtn, . ' J. M. Denison, Pastor. Belmont Circuit Appointments.' First Sunday of each month at Mount Hood; second Bunaay, Belmont at 11, urapper school house at 3, and rine Grove at 7; third Sunday, Pine Grove at 11 and Belmont at 7; fourth Sunday, Belmont at 11 and Pine Grove at 7. . - F. L. Johns, Pastor. Congregational Church Rev. J. L. Hershner, . pastor. Worship, ' with reaching, win De conducted every unday, at li a. m. and 7.30 p. in., un less otherwise announced. . Prayer meeting and Sunday school conference on Wednesday evening. Christian Endeavor society on Sunday evening. All who attend these .services will he made welcome. U; B. church F. C. Krause. Pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preaching at Ji a. m.; junior Haideavor at 3 p.m.; preaching at 7:30. , - - Threw Away His Canes. Mr, D. Wiley, ex-postmaster, Black Creek,.New York, was so badly afflict ed with rheumatism that he was only able to hobble around with canes, and even then it caused him great pain. After using Chamberlain's Pain Balm he .was so much improved that he threw away his canes. He says this liniment did him more good than all other medicines and treatment put to gether. For sale at 60 cents per bottle by w uliams & .Brosius, druggists, j;- Notice. To Whom It May Concern: . ' 1 have been Informed that a road netttlon has been gotten up by A. Boorman and others for a road running across my place, as fol lows: Between the northeast is and the south east 14 ot section S3 to which I object, from uie laci unit i nave given a roaa running down the Tvest side of the creek on my place, which road has been in constant use for twelve years. T. E. WICKENS. tiooa uiver, eo. vu, um. . , Wanted. A competent person to act as book aeent. Good pay. For further information address f21 . ; Mount Hood, Or. Grubbing Machine. ' The nndersicned have a complete outfit for grubbing land and are now prepared to make contracts for clearing at reasonable rates. Parties desiring work of this kind, apply to irri r r i uu Di'i.'n f21 Hood River, Or. Boy Wanted. A eood bov. 12 or -13 years of ere. can And a good home, where, he will be sent to school In winter, and in summer be expected to make himself useful on a farm. Address . W. T. IIAN8BURY, f21 - Hood Kiver, Or. Harness Repairing. will be ready for repairing and oiling har ness after January 1st. Farm products will be taken in trade. Ijeave harness for repair ingat Blowers' store Highest price paid for Hides. . d20 E. D. CALKINS. HARNESS Repaired and all kinds of HARNESS GOODS ' " Sold by E. V. HUSBANDS. Also, Boots and Shoes repaired,., Ordinance No. 15. An Ordinance to amend Ordinance No. 11, as amended by Ordinance No. lit, entitled "An Ordinance to prevent certain ani- . mals and fowls from running at large or from being herded upon the streets or roads of Hood River, and providing for impounding and sale of such animals." Be it ordained by the Common Council of the Town of Hood Elver, Oregon: Hection 1. That section 1 of the above en titled Ordinance No. 11, as amended, be, and the same is hereby amended to read as fol lows: - ; Section 1. No person, or persons, owning or being in possession of any horse, mare, geld ing, mule, cattle, sheep, hog or goat shall per- it or allow the same to run at large within the corporate limits of Hood River, from the first day of April to the first day of October, from 8 o'clock p. ni. to 5 o'clock a. m., and from October 1st to April 1st, 7 o'clock p.m. to 6 o'clock a. m., and it shall be the duty of the marshal to take up any such animal found running at large, as aforesaid, and impound the same in the town pound. At any time thereafter, prior to ttie sale of such animal, the owner, or owners, or person entitled to the possesion thereof, shall have the same released to them upon the payment of all cost,oharges and expenses which shall have accrued up to t he time of such payment. Passed the Common Council of the town of Hood River the 11th day of February, 18!)(l, and approved by me this 12th day of Feb ruary, 18DB. ... ' 1 - 1.. N. BLOWERS, Mayor. Attest: Gbo. T. Pbathku, Recorder. For Rent. STRAWBERRY LAND in ' Hood River valley, about one mile from depot, in excel lent condition for putting out plants this spring. R'.innini; water for irrfsation. Will rent on reasonable terms. Address -I ... WILEY & CLARK, J31 . ' Cascade Locks, Or. A. S. BLOWERS & CO., - DEALERS IN- llats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, FLOUR AND FEED. Country Produce Bought and Sold. Af.rwrv mo fMLEY&ETCALFCO! iHRflflT.Qft .QiUfir.Q ' ESTABLISHED 1843 biggest boot in the world 1RADC MARK COPYMSHTIT ONE GIVES RELIEF.- - T v crDALTrASr DEALER IN ' STOVES AND TINWARE, Kitchen Furniture, PLUMBERb' GOODS. ; Pruning Tools, Etc. Repairing Tinware a Specialty. Mt m for Sale Ctej. Situated miles west, of t.hn taiirn nf TTnnrt River, on the Columbia. Free from late frosts. Full crop ot all kinds of fruit now on ranch. Fine irrigating iacilitles and water for that purpose belonging to place. Call at Ulaeier olHce or at ranch. F. R. ABSTF.N. J. H. CRADLEBAUGH, Attorney-at-Law, (Special attention given to Land Oficc prao Rooms 44-45 Chapman Block, THE DALLES, OREGON. O. FREDENBURG, Notary Public, MOUNT HOOD, - - OREGON. DENTISTRY. DR. E. T. CARNS Is now located In TToorl River. First-class work at rensimhln mtmt AH work guaranteed. Omoe in the Langille iiouse. i ' ivlH C. J. HAYES, SURVEYOR. All work given him will be done cor rectly and promptly. He has a few good claims upon which he can locate parties; ooth larming and timber lands. uctiruary, 184. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at The Dalles. Oreeron: .Tun. M. 18(W. 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 Ths Dalles. Ore gon, on March 14, l8Kil, vlz: . - MILTON O. WHEELER, Hd. E. No. 3524. for the southwest V section 81, township 2 north, range 10 east, W. M. tie names ine isiiowing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of, said land, viz.: Wm. Buskirk and E. W. Winans of Hood River. Oregon, and J. P. Buskirk and A. Wi nans of The Dalles, Oregon. JSlmtt JAB. V. MOORE, Register. G. T. Prather, H. C. COE. Notary Public. PRATHER & COE, Beal Estate a n fl insnraEce. 93 Oak St., bet. 2d and 3d. We have lots." blocks and acreaee in the town of Hood River: also, fruit, hay and nerry farms and timber claims In the most desira ble locations in the valley. If yori have any thing in the real estate line to sell or rent, or If yoii want to buy, give us a call. ... Deeds, bonds and mortgages promptly and correctly executed. we win also attend to legal business m Jus tices' court. Wo are also agents for SOUTH WAUCOMA property. 21 "ATHEK , CUE. Fruit Farm for Sale. 1 will sell my place, i miles from the town of Hood River, near a graded school, contain- Imr Aft 4iitfAa nnnrl hniiua n n rl hnvn i,tiuni "ft ivivo, fiuuu uvurai "u uaui, otiuii); spring, wind mill, acres in orchard, acre In strawberries, all fenced, including kiaicu huu mini i iijJieiiiiiiN- ior mow. nl ' ; FKKD HOWE, Hood River. Competent Nurse. Ladies needing a competent nurse, on rea sonable terms, apply to Ml- R8. E. B. FULTON, o3 iiooa Kiver, uregon. Lessons in Piano Music. Miss Anna Smith has resumed the teachine of Music. Her prices are 50 cents a lesson, jiu For Sale. Two large Wind Mills, two No. 4 Pumps and one No. 10 Ram. , ;. GEO. Tv PRATHER, For Sale at Belmont. The Ketehum place, by E. C. Rogers. Also) . O. Roeers' place, chean for cash, or one- half down and balance on easy terras. dl3 In the Apple Belt. Some of the best applet la'nd'fn' Wood River valley, tniproved or unimproved,, for sale in lots of 10,. 20 or 80 acres. Situated on tbfe East Side, (iood stream of water flows through the land. Terms cheap. For further partic ulars Inquire at Glacier office. 'a!7 Rioaris u TIIE- "REGULATOR LINE." lis Dalles, MM &MA Navigation Co. Through Freight and Passenger Line. 1. All Freight Will Come Througtt Without Delay. PASSENGER RATES. One way ..........J1 r9 Bound trip.. 2 SO Freight Rates Greatly Reduced. . W. C. ALL AW AY, General Agent. THE DALLES, ' OREGON a wiL Ala E. McNEILL, Receiver. - Totlb-e East, Gives the choice of TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL 1 un Br. ' Paciflc By. Via.. , .; .-. Via : SPOKANE, , DENVER, Minneapolis OMAHA ST. PAUL; Kansas City. Low Rates to All East ern Cities. OCEAN STEAMERS Leave Portland every five days for -. SAN FRANCISCO. For mil details all on O. R. A N. Agxmt, Hood River, or address , W. II. HURLflURT, Cien'l Pass. Agent, " Portland, Or. EOOD RIVER ' HIS1L WM.T1LLETT, Proprietor. - Grower and dealer In ehoico Nuraei-y stock. He has the only stock of the "Yakima Apple,. The best of red apples, and as long a keeper the Yellow Newtown. I have aboul 20,000 apple trees of the best va rieties growing In my nursery. All Htnndnnl . varieties are grafted, from the best utuek ia Hood River, jelo. R I-P-A-N-S The modern stand ard Family Medi cine : Cures the common every-day ills of humanity. Chamberlain's Eya and Skin Cintmeat Is unequalled for Eczema, Toller Sall Elieum, Scald Head, Bore Kiji)!8, Clmriol Hands, Itching Tiles, Horns, Krost Bites, ChronicSore JCyes and Granulated Kve Lids. For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box. , TO HOESEOW3!fER3. For putting a liorso irfa fine liealtny con dition try .Cudy's" Condition l'owders. TJiey tone up the systenf, aid digestion, cure loss 'of appetite, relieve constipatiui, correct kidney disorders mid destroy worms, giving hew life W an old or over-worked lioi-se. 25 cents pot' package. For sale by druggists. For stile by Williams & Brosius. . . RAO!