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FKIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, .1896,
Th mail arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts 'he same days at noon.
For Chenowetli, leaves at 8 A. M.j arrives at
' v r. m. naLuruitya.
For White Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.
arrives at (I o'clock P. M.
From White Halmon, leaves for Fulda. Gil'
mer, Trout Lake and Glenwood Mondays,
w eanesaays ana r riaavs. .
Canby Post, No. 18, G. A. R., meets at School
nonse tian, nrsi saturaay or eacn month
at 2 o'clock p. m. All G. A. B. members in-
" vlted to attend. The ladles of the Relief
Corps meet at same time in the adjoining
' JOHN A. WILSON, Commander,
: M. P. Isknbkrq, Adjutant, i
a Waucoma Lodge, No. 80, K. of P., meets in
their (Jastle Hall on every Tuesday night.
J. A. Boksbe, C. C,
i Geo. T. Pkathkb, K. of R. & 8.
Riverside Lodge, No. 68, A, O. U. W,, meets
nrst and third Saturdays of each month.
W. J. SMITH, M. W,
J. F. Watt, Financier. ,.
H. L. Howk, Recoi der. v , ; ' '
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Twlce-a-week Republic and Glacier
ifa.ou a year. . ; ,.
F.I. Hubbard, photographer, Hood
. itiver, uregon. , ,
A crnnd Iipavv hrnnm nt fliA P.nnlrt
cstore tor a) cents.
Nellie, the squaw, will go to Pendle
ton lor ine summer. . .
".Win. Tillett is shipping a good many
trees to Eastern Oregon .
David Garrison brought in the first
wna flowers at The Dalles.
Lou Morse is authorized agent for all
newspapers ana periodicals.
Rolled wheat, the best of horse feed,
can now oe had at the box tactory,
An original pension hs been grant
ed YV m. is. Liocke ot White Salmon.
Mr. and Mrs. ' M. V, Rand have
moved to their ranch on the East Side.
C W. Cottam, agent for the M. J.
iveiiai lo., was in Hood Kiver 'lues
day." . Y " "
y TheO. R. & N. Co. are now ship
ping apples to Portland at 12A cents a
box. .. ' .
Mr. Win. Rand has gone to South'
em Oregon and is now iu Kirby, Jose'
, The Catholics of The Dalles will
build a church next year to cost from
$13,UUU to iJo,lMJU.
Until after new crop, Saturday only
win ue our grinding nay. -
Harbison Bros. ,
D. F. Pierce has left his shoes with
E. V. Husbands, who will sell them at
cost. . Call and see them at the old
stand. ; .'.:. . .
FiKhermen predict there will be no
high water in the Columbia this year,
and anticipate a poor fishing season in
There was a heavy rainfall Tuesday
night, with liigh winds. Hood river
was booming all day Wednesday, and
work on the piers of the new bridge
had to be suspended.
W. A. Langille made the trip to
Cloud Lap inn last week. ' At the fJik
Beds he found less snow than at this
time last year, but at the Inn there was
twice as much. ,.
M. A. Cook and M. F. Sloper left
Hood River last Sunday for the Trail
Creek mines in British Columbia.
They started with horse and wagon
and will go by way of Goldendale.'
Gov. Moody rent from Salem seven
California quail and two Chinese pheas
ants, which were taken out to the
Moody fc Crossen ranch last Sunday
by W, A. Langille, where they will be
kept tor awhile before they are set free.
Call on Tillett at his nursery, help
dig your trees and get good roots. He
has Ihe Champion gooseberry at 50 cts.
a doz; apple trees, from cents apiece
up. Also, pears, cherries, peaches and
everything iu the nursery line. '
'The patriotic social Saturday even
ing, given by the ladies of the" Relief
Corps, was well attended and a good
programme was rendered. The Bel
mont band, Glee club and M , E. choir
furnished good music and a very en
joyable time was had. " y
Country subscribers to the Glacier
can have a little advertisement like
horses, cows or pigs for sale, or any
other ad that will not take up more
than half a dozen lines with head in
serted for 25 cents a month, if paid in
advance. In the local column, 5 cents
a line for each issue.
The little daughter of Mr. Fred Web
ber, Holland, Mass. had a very bad
cold and cough which be had not been
time u cure wun anything. j gave
him a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, says W. P. Holden, merchant
and postmaster at West Brimfield, 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-
lams & liroslus, druggists. .
A singular accident happened to Mr.
P. D. Hinricbs one day last week. One
of his horses died and he dug a pit in
which to bury the carcass. ' While en
gaged in digging, the horse rolled iu
the pit on top of Mr. Hinrichs, and lie
wasjptruck on the head by one of the
horse's hoofs, which cut a gash six
inches in length. Although the wound
was very painful, Mr. Hinrichs kept
on about his work as usual for a day or
two. He Anally sent for Dr. Barrett,
who sewed up the wound. Mr. Hin
richs is now getting along all right,
. but it will be some time before he fully
recovers from the kick of a dead horse.
The Prlneville, Review trufhfully
says: "Having a good school in your
district will amount , to nothing for
your children unless you keep them in
it and interested in their studies. No
pupil can stay out of school one-fourth
the time and properly keep up with
hislastes. Absent and tardy scholars
are always an annoyance to a teacher
and never ' near the head of their
classes. At least half the blame laid
on teachers originates at home.- If
parent and pupil are what they should
be toward the teacher and the school,
there will not be much cause of com
plaint on the part of either. If you
will corneas near doing your duty .as
the teacher tries to do his, all Is apt to
go well." i.:
Supervisor Prattler has had the large
oak tree grubbed out that stood in the
middle or the street in front of J. A.
Soesbe's residence block. It looks like
an act of vandalism to cut this tree,
but it is said its removal was necessary
because Of the short turn in the road
leading down the- hill from the school
house. The road might have been
changed to the other side of the; street,
giving room to turn teams, so as to
"spare that tree." ; . .,. : v
Mr. F. J. McHenry, state deputy
head consul for the order of Woodmen
of the World, was in Hood River du
ring the week and organized a lodge of
that order. ' The lodge organized on
Thursday evening, when the following
officers were elected: Grant Evans,
C. C; W. Haynes, A. L.; Dr. Brosius,
banker; H. Henn, clerk: O. B.Hartley,
escort; W. Stranahan, sentinel; H. W.
Wait, guard; Drs. J.F. Watt and F. C.
Brosius, physicians. -
The Klickitat Agriculturist of Feb
ruary 22d says: "The last assay from
the mines north of town has made a
sensation among our citizens. From
four ounces of roCk a button the size of
a No. 8 shot was taken, and after being
weighed and figured up it was found
that the ore was worth $72 per ton.
Claims are being staked off iu every
direction." . -. ... " , ;
The "Cascade Gushings," the lit
erary society at the Barrett . school
house, brings out a full house every
Saturday night. A paper, full of jokes
on every one iu the neighborhood, is
read at each meeting, which "brings
down the house." A mock trial will
be iield Saturday evening.
Tillett's nursery, during the week,
made a large shipment of fruit trees to
the Willamette valley. This is as it
should be. With Hood River's repu
tation for good fruit, there is no reason
why our nurserymen shouldn't be
shipping fruit trees to all parts of the
Northwest. -' ; .' ,
Frank Jones of Hood River will start
for the Alaska gold fields in a few days.
He will go to Portland Sunday, where
he will join a party of thirty or more
for the Upper Yukon. . j number
of other Hood River young men expect
to start later iu the season for the
A good many of the young men of
Hood River intend starting for the
mines in the Cascade mountains north
west of this place, as soon as the melt
ing of the snow will permit.
The warm weather and light show
ers of the past week have started the
grass nicely, and wild flowers are plen
tiful, lu some sheltered places straw
berries are in bloom. .
Harbison Bros.' mill is supnlvinsr
the lumber far Cobunr's new bam and
also the fencing lumber for the place
bought of James Feak by Mr. Johnson
of Portland. , : ' . ;
The following question: will be de
bated at the Frankton literary tonight:,
w Resolved, That labor-saving ma-!
chinery is of great benefit to the labor-;
lug man." . ;
Hon. Charles Hilton of The Dalles'
has been appointed by Gov. Lord as a:
member-of the board of regents of the:
university or Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Devoid came up from
Portland Wednesday and moved out
to their ranch near the toll bridge on
the Mt. Hoed road.
West Hood River precinct will have
six delegates in the republican county
convention, East Hood River three
and Baldwin two.
Trains from the East have been de
layed for two or three days on account
of the burning of a bridge in the Blue
mountains. ' ' ;
W. J. Campbell has been engaged In
spraying . orchards in the Frankton
neighborhood during the past week.
The democratic county central com
mittee will meet in the court house at
The Dalles, Saturday, March 7th.
Notices are posted for the annual
school meeting, next Monday, March
2d, at 1:30 o'clock.
Charles Rogers ' is erecting a neat
little house on his place two miles west
of town. -' .- - ;'
There will be a meeting of the Lat
eral : Ditch company tomorrow, at 2
o'clock. . ; , . ; :
W. V. Johnson of the East Side is
clearing his 40 acres bought of M. V.
Harbison Bros, have let the contract
for clearing 15 acres of laud to Charles
Wells; -. ., .' . .
Miss Irene Callison was visiting
friends in The Dalles during the. week.
Mr. J. Wk Morton returned Monday
from a trip to Portland and Salem.
Winter wheat on the East Side is
said to never have looked better.
Mr. S. R. Husbands was down from
Mosier Wednesday. ; .,"
Our people are growing more and
more in the habit of looking to Will
iams & Brosius for the latest and best
of everything in the drug line. .They
sell Chamberlain's ; Cough Remedy,
famous for its cures of bad colds, croup
and whooping cough. ' When iu need
of such a medicine, give this remedy
trial and you will be more than
pleased with the result. . , ;
Following is the programme for the
entertainment to be given by the Home
Social and Dramatic club, . Tuesday
evening, March 3d: ; V ' '
"Love's Dream," Loy band.
Song, "I Don't Want to Play in
Your Yard" Gladys Hartley and Avis
- Tableaux, "On the , Trail of the
Deer."- ; '
Song, "The Tar's Farewell" Messrs.
Nickelsen, Watt, LaFrance and Rand.
Play," "The Young Amazon"
Misses Foss and Graham, Messrs. Raud,
Wheeler and Bart mess.
Song, Mr. LaFrauce. ,
Tableau, "The Coming Man." ' ''
' Kong, "Augel Grace" Dr. Brosius.
Play, "The Bicyclers" Misses Smith,
Cleaver, Rankin and Watson, and
Messrs. Cams, Williams,' Rand and
Mercer. , ' ...'.. ... :
Mt Growers. Attention!
Prof. O. P. Hedrick, horticulturist of our
State Agricultural College, will address the
fruit growers of Hood River valley on Satur
day, March 11th. at 1 p. m. Prof. Hedrick
will probably be accompanied by either the
chemist or entomologist of the college, and an
instructive meeting may be anticipated. -It
lu hoped that there will be a general attend
ance at this meeting. ? K. L. SMITH, V
, J'rts. Ogn. State Hor. society.
Tlie Ball. '' Y
The first grand ball by ,. the Hood
River Tent No. 19, Kuightsof Macca
liees, was given at Armory hall, Friday
Feb. 21, 1896. ' This event had been for
months a source of great social spech
Iation, not only by the amusement
seekers of Hood River but a deep in
terest was manifested at the Cascade
Locks and The Dalles by Terpsicho-
rean worshipers, rue music was 'fur
nished by Bergfeld's orchestra of The
Dalles and the spacious ball was neatly
ano tasteiuny draped and decorated
Among the hundred or more couples
wno were present about tnirty were
from The Dalles and ten or , fifteen
from the Cascade Locks. Among those
present from The Dalles were Judge
and mrs, isianeiey, .Attorney W. ti
Wilson, Sheriff T. J. Driver and wife,
A; M. ' Kelsay and Paderwiski. -, The
floor of the hall was In excellent con
dition and the grand march began at
8.30 o'clock led by Dr. and Mrs. Watt,
followed by Judge and Mrs. Blakelev.
As usual the dancers were formed from
the grand march and the dancing was
continuous until supper was announc
ed. About 1.30 o'clock the whistle of
the Regulator warned those from The
Dalles that they must begin their
homeward march, yet one and all were
loth to depart ; from the scene of
pleasure. . It has been agreed upon
that- the Maccabees of Hood River
lent deserve the fame they are so rap
idly acquiring in the social realm.
The committees acquitted themselves
gracefully and were as follows: Com-
jj . ; tt t ' ri , i
iuiucc iii icuepuuu, a. r. jjaviusou,
U. iii. Williams, J. A. Bell, J. ti. ier
guson, J. F. Watt; floor committee, J.
E. Raud, C. E. Markham, E. V. Hus
bands, M. F. Loy, A, B. Jones. So
great a success has the first attempt of
the Maccabees been, that we hope they
win teei encouraged to entertain soon
Y Events of the Coming Tear.
' The coming year will be 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
hftv-fourth congress, now in session,
will turnish 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. Hiveryone will watch
with interest the progress of the Ven
ezuelan commission's inquiry, the re
sults of the wars in Cuba, in South
Africa, in Turkey, and the outcome of
otner complications now arising in the
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 $6 a year, or to less
than two cents a day. This low price
now places the Republic within the
reach or every o-ie. Those who wish
to keep posted on politics, trade, na
tional and international affairs during
lssosnouui at once subscribe tor it on
these easy terms, in addition to taking
their own local paper.
s Newspaper readers who may think
they cannot afford to take a metropol
tan 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 lu the daily.
Jones He Pajs the Freight.
Send for a copy of The Buyer's Guide,
with latest reductions and market prices
Sent free to any address. Freight on
$20 orders paid to any point on Colum
bia river reached by Portland boaUi i
Jones' Cash Store,
Front & Washington Sts., Portlaud,Or.
.: This is the old way "the good old
way" of curing a colli. 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 coming on. Also, think of
. Williams & Brosius, .
Y v : Y' Druggists.
v Bucklen's Arnica Salve. '
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 at the HooJ River
Pharmacy. . ' ' Y
A dispatch tothe Oregonian gives
a flattering account of the recently dis
covered quartz ledge near Goldendale.
Recent assays give a result of $111 In
gold to the ton. A. M. Green, recent
ly arrived from Cripple Creek, says the
decomposed formation and all indica
tions are identical with , the Colorado
town. ; :- ' . ' , Y ' . . ; -
y For Exchange, y v ;
Work Horses to Exchange for Wood,
Y . Lumber or Posts. . Y
1 black 4-year-old gelding, 1200 sl
1 brown 6-year-old gelding, 1200 lbs span''u
2 mares.6 years old, HOOtbs, , " 70 00
2 mares, years old, lloOlbs, "' 25 00
2 mares, 12 y r old, very gentle,1000 fts, " 25 00
1 mare, 5 yr old.pony built, 1100 lbs, 80 00
1 span small mules, 4 years old, 100 00
At W. M. BARNETT'H, Wasco, Or.
To Fruit Growers. "
The Fruit Growers' Union will furnish
strawberry crates to such growers as do not
wish, to make their own arrangements. It
will not be necessary to get crates through the
Union,. but no truit will be shipped unless it
is in clean, neat boxes. For additional in
formation? it?e the secretary, " '
H. ST. DAVIDSON. ,
" C. E. Local Union.
; The Hood River Christian Endeavor
local union will hold a session in the
U." B. church on Sunday evening,
March ;lst, with the' following pro'
Song service; ;' : Y- ' ; - - '
; Invocation. ., -
Scripture lesson. '. .. ,
Paper, "What is Involved In Loy
alty to unrist" .
Roll call. Y
, Anthem. 1
Remarks by H. C. Bateham.
' Paper by Mrs. Krause.
.Benediction. r ..
Y, YY , '.' Bora.
In Hood River, February 20, 1896, to
Mr. and Mrs. L,. JNett, a daughter.
In Belmont, February 21, 1896, to
Mr. and Mrs. Jb rank Cuddy, a son.
At White Salmon, Wash., February
21, 1896, Mrs. Katie Groshong, wife of
A. a. Uroshong, aged 26 years, tslie
leaves two children, twins, a boy and
gin, aged three years.
The woman's missionary society of
the Congregational church will give an
open meeting next bunday at 11 a. m
Selected readings will be presented by
Mrs. J. F. Armor, Mrs. H. L. Howe
and Miss Agnes Dukes. Recitations
by Miss Thresa Morse and Miss Hester
fclowe. . KemarKs will be made bv Mr.
J. S. Harbison. The public is cordially
: w. : . .i . .. . i j '
M. E. services in Hood River every
Sabbath evening, and in the mornings
of the first and third Sabbaths of each
month; at Mosier on the morniugs of
the second and lourth.
, y J- M. Denison, Pastor.
Belmont Circuit Appointments.
First Sunday of each month at Mount
Hood: second Sunday, Belmont at, 11,
C'rapper school house at 8, and Pine
Grove at 7; third Sunday, Pina Grove
at 11 and .Belmont at 7; tourth Sunday,
ueiuiont at 11 and fine lirove at 7. ,
F. L. Johns, Pastor. '
Congregational Church rRev. J. L
Hershner, pastor. Y Worship, with
preaching, will be conducted every
Sunday, at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m., un
less otherwise announced. Prayer
meeting and Sunday school conference
oo Wednesday evening. Christian
Endeavor society on Sunday evening.
All who attend these services will be
made welcome. . . .
U. B. church F. C. Krause, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preaching
at Jl a. m.; Junior Uudeavor at 3 p.m.;
preaching at 7:30. y '
Threw Away, His Canes. " '
Mr. D. Wiley, ex-postmaster, Black
Creek, New York, was so badly afflict
ed with rheumatism (hat 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
tnrew away nis canes, iie says this
liniment did him more good than all
other mediciues and treatment put to
gether .bor sale at oil cents per bottle
by Williams & Brosius, druggists.
Service fees only one dollar, but payable at
time of service. GEO. RORDAN,
m Hood River, Or.
Notice. " ;
To Whom it May Concern:
I have been informed that a road netit.Ion
has been gotten up by A. Boonnan and others
for a road running across my place, as fol
lows: Between the northeast Vi and the south
east of section 33 to which I object, from
tne nict tnat l nave given a road running
down the west side of the creek on my place,
which road has been in constant use for
twelve years. T. E. '.VICKENS.
taooa tuver, en. 20, wn.
HOOD MER NURSERY.
WM. TILLETT, Proprietor.
Grower and dealer In choice Nursery stock.
He has the only stock of the .
The best of red apples, and as long a keeper as
the Yellow Newtown. . ,
I have about 20,000 apple trees of the best va
rieties growing in my nursery. All standard
varieties are grafted from the best stock In
Hood River. , Jel5.
A competent person to act as book acent.
Good pay. For further information address
U. t KfclJhJiNMUKt,
f21 , ' ' Mount Hood, Or.
The underslened have a complete outfit for
grubbing land and are now prepared to make
contracts for clearing at reasonable rates.
parties desiring work or tnts Kina, apply to
j. W1Li.Li1.AA1S at timuu,-
f2l Y Y Hood River, Or.
A good boy. 12 or IS years of age. can And a
good home, where he will be sent to school in
winter, ana in -summer be expected to make
himself useful on a farm. Address
, ; . a W. T. HANSBURY.
f21 i . - Hood River, Or.
t will be ready for reDairinir and oillne har
ness after January 1st. Farm products will
be taken In trade. Jjeave harness for repair
Ingat Blowers' store Highest price paid for
Hides. d201 E. D. CALKINS.
. . s
, Repaired and all kinds of J -
. ' ". . -. Sold by '.''"'A .; Y ' .
E. V. HUSBANDS.
Also, Boots and Shoes repaired.
Forty acres unimproved land, on the east
side of Hood river, Smiles from town. Price
$10 per acre. Inquire at Glacier office, i
STRAWBERRY LAND in Hood River
valley, about one mile from depot, in excel
lent condition for putting out plants this
spring. Running water for. irri?atlon. Will
rent on reasonable terms. Address
WILEY & CLARK, '.
. J31 i Cascade Locks, Or.
Ttaatel Jersey Ball
A. S. BLOWERS & CO.,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
FLOUR AND FEED.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
THE BIGGEST BOOT IN THE WORLD
Ttuue MARK CWrnCMTIT
ONE GIVES RELIEF.
T. C. DALLAS,
Kitchen Furniture, 1
' '' ,l '' Y Y i .''
, j Pruning Took, Etc.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty.
Frit Eancn for Sale Qui,
Situated 4VC miles west of the town nf TTnn1
River, on the Columbia. Free from late frosts.
Full crop of all kinds of fruit now on ranch.
Fine irrigating facilities and water for that.
purpose belonging to place. Call at Glacier
office or at ranch. F. R. ABSTEN.
J. H. CRADLEBAUGH,
(Special attention given to Land Office, prac-
Rooms 44-45 Chapman Block,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
MOUNT HOOD, - - OREGON.
DR. E. T; CARNS is now located in Hood
River. Flrstrclass work at reasonable rates.
All work guaranteed. Office In the Langille
House. . . Jvl9
C. J. HATES, SURVEYOR.
All work civen him will be done cor
rectly and promptly. He has a few
good claims upon which he can locate
parties; botn tanning and timber lands.
jeDruary, 1U4. -
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles. Oregon. Jan. 28.
lftfKi. Notice is herebv civen t.hn.t. t.h fnllow.
ing-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 March 14, 1S9D, viz:
MILTON O. WHEELER,
Hd. E. No. 3524. for the southwest V section
81, township 2 north, range 10 east, w. M.
ne names me isuowing witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz: -
Wm. Buskirk and E. W. Wlnans of Hood
River. Oregon, and J. P. Buskirk and A. Wl
nans of The Dalles, Oregon.
jaimo jab. t. mookk, Keglster.
G. T. Prathkr, .
H. C. Coe.
PRATHER & COE,
18 aifl I
93 Oak St., bet. 2d and 3d.
hnir ln.a 1.! ....1. ,. .. r . 1 .. . I .
town of Hood River; also, fruit, hay and Derry
farms ana timber claims in the most desira
ble locations in the vallev. If vou have any
thing In the real estate line to Bell or rent, or
If you want to buy, give us a call.
Deeds, bonds and mortgages promptly and
we win also attend to legal business in Jus
tices' courts. -
We are also agents for SOUTH WAUCOMA
PRATHER &. COE.
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Fruit Farm for Sale.
I will sell mv Dlace. 2 miles from the town
of Hood River, near a graded school, contain
ing 40 acres, good house and barn, strong
spring, wind mill, acres in orchard,
acre in strawberries, all -fenced. Including
stock and farm 1 mplements, for 81800.
ni . , v .. . FRJD HOWE, Hood River.
Ladies needing a competent nurse, on rea
sonable terms, apply to
RS. E. B. FULTON,
Hooa Kiver, uregon.
Lessons in Piano Music.
Miss Anna Smith has resumed the teachine
of Music, tier prices are 50 cents a lesson. jiO
Two large Wind Mills, two No. 4 Pnmcs and
one No. 10 Ram. GEO. T. PRATHER,
For Sale at Belmont.
The Ketchum place, by E. C Rogers. Also,
. V. Rogers' place, cheap for cash, or one-
half down and balance on easy terms. dl3 '
In the Apple Belt.
Home of the best apple land In Hood River
valley, improved or unimproved, for sale in
lots of 10, 20 or 80 acres. , .Situated on t he host
Side, .Good stream of. water .flows through
the land.- Terms .cheap.' -For '.further partic
ulars inquire at Glacier office. ''ul7
. THE "'. y 1 y 1
Through Freight and
t Dies nd Portlaii
All Freight Will Come Througfc
Without Delay. -V -
One way .........$1 f,9
Round trip 2 50
Freight Rates Greatly
V. C. ALL A WAY,
-, . , , ; General Agent.
THE DALJLES, OREGON
E. MCNEILL, Receiver.
To t!b-e Zast,
Gives the choice of
T WO TRA NSCONTINEN TAL
AND , ANT)
ST. PAUL. Kansas City.
Low Rates to All Eait--
Leave Portland every five days for .'
For full details call on O. It. & N. Agent, :
Hood River, or address ' ' . i
W. H. HUKLliUHT. '
Gen' I Pass. Aent, .
l'ortluud, Or. f
or lnrormatlon ana rroe Handbook write to
MUNN & CO.. 861 BR04DWAT. Nnw Yonir.
Oldest bureau for securing patents Id America.
Every patent taken out by ua Is brouKht befor
the public by a notice given free of charge In Ui
krfregt circulation of nny scientific paper In th
rld. Splendidly illustrated. No iuU'llifrcnt
year; 1.50 six months. Address, MUNN 4 CO
Pubijsbebs, 361 Broadway, Mow York City.
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The modern stand-
U ard Family Medi-
w cine: Cures the
" ills of humanity.
Chamberlain's 70 and Skin Olntmont
Is unequalleil for Eczema, Teller, iSalt
Elieum,i5Cal(l Head, 8ore Kipplcs, ClinfiHtd '
Ilaiuie, Itching Piles, turns, Fmsl Jiitei,
ChronicSore Kyes and Granulated Kye J.ids.
For sale by druggists at 25 ccnu r box
' ) TO HOR3KOWNEBS.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy coo- ,
dition try l)r. Cady's Condition 3'owderu. -
Tliey toiie up the system, aid digestion, cure .
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct '.
kidney disorders and destroy worms, giving
new life to an old or over-worked horse. 2S
cents per package. For sale by druggists.
For sulc by Williams & Brosius.