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3food iver Slacier.
FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1806. r
The mail arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
Clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
uart e same days a. noon.
For Caenoweth, leaves at H A. M. Tuesdays
ana sauiraavK arrives at, r. M.
For White .Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.;
arrives at 6 o'clock. P. M. v
From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and Glenwood Mondays,
Wednsdays and Fridavs.
Canby Post, No. tfl, G. A. meets at School
House Hall, first Saturday of each month
at 2 o'clock D. m. , All CI. A. R. members In
vited to attend. The ladles of the Relief
Corps meet. at same time in the adjoining
JOHN A. WILSON, Commander.
M. P. Isenberg, Adjutant.
Waucoma Lodge, No. 90, K. of P., meets In
. their Castle Hall on every Tuesday night.
W. H. Bishop, C. C.
J. B. Hunt, K. of R. s 8.
Riverside Lodge, No. 68, A O. U. W., meets
first and third Saturdays of each month.
8. J. LaFRANOB, M. W.
J. F. Watt, Financier.
H. L. Howe, Recorder.
".' Idfewilde Lodge, No. 107, 1. O. O. F., meets
' In Fraternal hall every Thursday night.
O. B. HARTLEY, N. G.
L. E. Morsk, See'y.
BRIEF LOCAL. MATTERS.
Don't miss the liasket social tonight.
Bed loiuigesat S.E.Bartme8f'for$7.50.
Mngon fruit jars for sal at the
' Hats cheap at Mrs. Hunt's for cash,
but no credit.
E. S. Olinsrer has been reappointed
Lou Morse is authorized agent for all
newspapers and periodicals.
Baths Hot and cold, or salt and
soda baths at the barber shop.
An Al Jersey and Holntein cow,
gentle, for sale by M. A. Cook.
Mrs. Thos. Strong, who is stopping
tt Mi's. M. B. Potter's, was thrown
from a bicycle ; Wed nesday evening,,
sustaining a severe sprain of the knee.
For Hale Twenty acres within 1
nlles of the Hood River post office; one
acre in apple orchard and one acre in
etrawlierries. Price, $700 cash. Apply
at thisoffl',e. .
Miss Annie Brettell, who has been
the guest of Mrs. Blvthe for the past
month, returned to her home in Port
land on the KeguiatorTuesday. Miss
Clara Bl.vthe accompanied her.
Wanted Eighteen acres fine straw
berry land on countyroad, with water
right, cleared for use of laud for term
of years. Address, with references and
proposition, box 1054, Portland, Oregon.
Mr. J. Wickham and Mr. Chits.Reed
went fishing to Green Point last Fri
day evening. They fished Saturday
and caught 200 trout, arriving home in
lite evening, after a tiresome trip over
the rough country.-
The Yakima apple belongs to the
"Baldwin family," and therefore Is a
aure bearer. Tillett lias a fine lot of
young Yakimtts growing in his nur
sery. He also has the Klickitat, a red
apple that will keep till August.
The O. R. N. Oo's timetable for
Hood River is as follows; Westbound
overland, 5:50 a. m.; eastbound over
land, 9:45 p. m.; local , passenger east
bound, 31:12 a. ' in.; local - passenger
westbound, 3:23 p. m. -
Writ to Davenport Bros.' Lumber
Pi fiw I u I i vo nrl nta in u 1 1 lriiirfu tf
lumber, rtujrl or dressed. They have a
large and good assortment of finishing
lumber on hand, good and dry. Call
and get our cash prices before purchas
' Prof. P. -A. Snyder returned Sunday
from lite trip to Alaska. says there
will be thousands of prospectors arrive
at Juneau next fall without a cent to
pay their passage home. The rich dig
gings of Alaska are yet to be found,
and only three or four mines in the
country are making anything.
i David Frazer, a young; man repre
senting the Aberdeen Recorder, passed
through this place, Tuesday morning,
for Boston on foot He is distributing
printed Information in regard to tiv
Gray's Harbor country. He left Aber
deen July 4th and is due to arrive at
Boston in 178 days. He had averaged
8H miles a day when he reached Hood
Early Sunday morning, while West
Bros.' team was standing at the depot,
a gust of wind picked up a loose news
paper, which, flying about, frightened
the team.. The horses started without
a driver and ran up to Oak streef,turn
d down Fourth to the barn nearNick
elsen's blacksmith shop and wormed
around among t he old wagons, oak
trees, wood piles and other obstruct liins
in rear of the box factory, then came
back to River street and passed along
by the Mt. Hood hotel and down
across the railroad track and around
the fruit union's warehouse and up the
new grade, when , they were stopped
by some one in front of Olinger &
Bone's stables. The horses were pretty
well run down but nothing was broken.
Mrs. Rhodie Noah of this place was
taken in the night with, cramping
pains, and the next day diarrhoea set
in. She took half a bottle of black
berry cordial but got no relief. She
then sent to me to see if I had any
thing; that would hflp her. I sent her
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy, and the first
dose relieved Iter. Another of our
neighbors had been sick for about a
week and tried different remedies for
diarrhoea but kept getting worse.. I
sent him this same remedy. Only four
doses of it were required to cure him.
He says he owes his recovery to this
wonderful remedy. Mrs. , Mary Sib
ley, Sidney, Mich. For sale by Will
iams & Brosius, druggists.
Lafit summer one of our grand child
ren wassick with a severe bowel trouble.
Our doctor's remedies had fajled, then,
we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave
very speedy relief. We rega'rd it as the
best medicine ever put, on the market
for bowel complaints. Mrs. E.G.Greg
ory, Frederickstown, Mo, This cer
tainly is the best medicine ever put on
the market for dysentery, summer
complaint, colic and cholera infantum
In children. It never fails to give
prompt relief when used in reasonable
time and the plain printed directions
are followed.. Many mothers have ex
pressed their sincere gratitude for the
cures it has effected. -For sale' by Will
iams & Brosius, druggists.
H. P. Moore of Nansene writes to
the Dufur Dispatch, and says: ''We re
ceived a crate of populist strawberries
from Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Morse of
Hood River, a few days since, which
were very fine and which were grown
on Montevideo fruit ranch, owned by
Mr. Morse." Mr. Morse is one of the
strawberry kings of Hood River.
Strange as it may appear to outsiders,
he has been a populist of the rankest
kind; but since the nominations were
made at Chicago he has gone back .to
his first love and will support Bryan
and Sewell. Mr. Morse, being a straw
berry grower in Hood River, of course
has a sack, and could the delegates to
Chicago have known it, he would have
made a tetter running mate for Bryan
than the protectionist democrat from
Mr. Jos. Frazier, jr., while packing
strawberries at his father's place, on
June 23d, wrote in the bottom of a
strawterry box asking the purchaser
and consumer to inform him of the
condition of the berries when received.
He hardly expected an answer and the
circumstance was forgotten, till last
Saturday, when he received the follow
ing, written on a postal card: "Win
nipeg. July 6. Mr. J. Frazier: The
strawberries marked June 23d were en
joyed by us July 1st, in most excellent
condition. I have never seen finer
berries. They were large, hard, sweet
and luscious, with "no sign of decay,'
and all that could be desired in way of
small fruit. - v G. A. Fi"
A basket social will be given at the
Fruukton school house this (Friday)
evening, which will include a literary
programme, with music. Ladies are
expected to put up lunches in baskets
(piper boxes will answer where baskets
are not handy), with their name in the
basket. Each basket of lunch will be
sold to the highest bidder among the
young men, but no bid under 25 cents
will le received. The purchaser of a
basket will be entitled to eat supper
with the Jady whose name is found in
the basket. Lemonade will also be
served. The proeceds will go to paying
the indebtedness on the organ.
F. E. Bailey had one acre in straw
berries and gathered and shipped 100
crates. He .contracted his berries at
$2 per craie for t he crop. The cost of
picking, packing and boxing was 52
cents, which left him $1.48 per crate,
or 1236.80 lor his crop. His berries are
late, the first shipment having been
made this year June 10th. Mr. Bailey
is, comparatively, a new comer, but he
thinks fruit growing in Hood River
will pay. He will set out at least one
acre of new plants between the rows of
his young apple trees each year till his
orchard comes into bearing. :
Bert Langilie, Sterling Dark and
Elton Haydeu came in Ironi the Mc
Coy creek mines, arriving here Tues
day evening afier a trip of four days.
H. Ledehoff started with them but
concluded to stop nit the Meadows,
where the Mazama company have their
suppiits oh died, and wuit for the next
puny going in. The water in McCoy
cteek is still too high for mining oper
ations. Edward Gozzard, who died Septem
ber 13, 1895, willed to C. H. Stranahan
of Hood River half a section of land
near Bigelow, In Sherman county.
The estate was closed in probate last
week, and Mr. Stranahan comes into
possession of the laud. It was willed
to him in consideration of his kindness
in taking care of the old man- iu his
old age. . ,
Mrs. Sackman, sister of J. F. Armor,
wtio is a teacher in ' the Presbyterian
mission school in Alaska, has been
spending her vacation with her broth- !
blie started Monday
on her return to Sitka, and Mr. Armor
accompanied her as far as Portland, i
whtre they will visit Hon. Jos. Gaston
Mr. C. H. Stranahan completed get
ting in his hay last week, and says he
uever harvested a better crop. His
strawberry crop brought him in $200 an
acre this year. Mr. Stranahan is one
of ihe farmers who thinks it pays to
farm iu Hood River valley.
M. O. Wheeler and two sons -have
bought four acres of the live acres re
cently sold by Geo. T. Prat her, on the
slate ipad lk miles west of town. They
are camped on the place und will build
a residence in the fall.
Our old friend J. A. 'Newell, of Port
land had a recount of ihe ballots lor
justice of the peace in East Portland,
nut not euougu errors were tound to
give hinr the office, and his opponent
s elected by 8 votes.
Henry York came down from The
Dalles, Saturday, -to go fishing, but
was captured by Bro.iius & Williams,
who pressed him into service and got
him to run the drug store for that day.
Misses Bess Iseuberg and Edith
Lindsay and Howard isenberg went to
'l'he Dalles Wednesday to attend the
uoimal institute. Will Isenberg took
them oveiiand iu bis spring wagon.
Miss Madge Warren is superintend
ent of the Frank ton Sunday school
and Eben Boorman secretary. There
was an attendance of 87 at the'meeting
Wni. Graham, who has been build
ing a fruit bouee and water wheel for
Malcolm Moody at Deschutes, worked
himself out of a job and returned home
last Fiiduy.j ,
Rev. Bit in hart has been very ill for
some time with asthma ana other
troubles He has improved somewhat
but is unable to get out of bed. Fossil
Abe Foley returned last Saturday
from -his trip to Crook county. " On
the trip he traded horses and now has
a good match for old Prince.
The nurserymen of Hood River have
published a circular giving some plain
truths iu regard to the superiority of
Prof.McCauley of Centerville, Wash.,
has a class in vocal music at the Valley
Christian church and also oneat White
Salmon. , '
Mr. John Kelley commenced the
building of his new residence last Mon
day. H. C. Hengstis the carpenter.
Mrs. Meta A. Byrkett went to Van
couver. Thursday, to "make final proof
on her homestead at Trout Lake.
Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur of Portland
came up Tuesday and are guests at the
country place of Dr. Eliot.
Mr. Amos Underwood returned home
Wednesday from a' trip down the river
in his sail boat.
M. N. Foley returned oh' the Reg
ulator, Tuesday, from The Dalles.
Miss Ida Foss is attending the hor
nial institute at The-Dalles.
We are agents for the American Woolen Mills and are now prepared to offer bargains in
all kinds or woolen clouting cheaper than ever before offered to the people of Hood River
valley. In other lines of goods, also, our prices defy competition. When you wish to pur
chase anything in the line of clothing or household goods, call and get our prices and exam
ine samples. We can take your nfeasure for a suit and guarantee satisfaction.
Observe Some of Our Prices:
Ca3simere Suits for men S 4 45 Sewing machines 1.1 00
and up over 100 samples to select from. Buggies, for 39 00
Men's Pants 1 93 Road cart, for..... 9 60
and up ti samples. Three-spring wagon, for 89 00
Spring and summer overcoats 10 60 Open buggy, for 80 00
Boys' suits 190 Harness, for 6 95
Ladies' cloaks '. 195 Morgan saddles. - 2 00
Ladies' complete suits and dress goods. Side saddles 5 60
Five different styles of Bicycles, each..... 85 00 Baby buggies 4 95
Also, organs and all kinds of musical instruments, furnitnreof every description, crockery,
glassware, lamps, guns and pistols, cutlery, spoons, clocks and watches, jewelry, books by all
the standard authors, cooking ranges, heating stoves, gasoline stoves, boots and shoes, etc.
If You Don't See what You Want, Ask for It,
And Tucker will furnish It at an astonishlsng low price.'
B. K. TUCKER, Tucker, Or.
Rev. J. W. Jenkins' lectures on Ja
maica, the people and their religion, at
the Valley Christian church last week
were well attended. Rev. Jenkins
spoke for over an hour each evening
and kept the audience deeply interest
ed throughout the lectures. Mr.Jenkins
gave a great deal of information about,
the island, describing, its principal
cities, mountains and rivers, and how
the tropical fruits, coffee, bananas and
cocoa nuts, were grown and prepared
for market. He also told a number of
incidents that happened to him dur
ing his stay of three years on the island
and the many trials and dangers the
missionaries to an uncivilized coun
try have to undergo.
A lively runaway occurred yesterday
in town. Oscar Cameron haa his team
hitched at Davidson's livery stable,
when a freight train came along at
which the team took flight and tore
loose and run up the street to Oak
street, where the wagon struck the
large oak tree iu front of S. J. La
France's residence The double tree
was broken and the horses got away
and started for home, . leaving the
wagon with a broken tongue but not
otherwise seriously damaged.
Next Monday or Tuesday a party
will start from Dr. Eliot's place for Mt.
Hood on foot. The party will consist,
of the four Misses Eliot, Miss Watson
and Miss VanWyke, and Messrs Za
briskie, Sam Eliot, Randall, Beebeand
Strain. They will take their time and
camp -and fish by the way. Mr.
Olinger will haul their provisions on
the stage, ,
The hot weather oT the past few days
was general all over the Pacific coast.
At Walla Walla Wednesday the mer
cury reached 106 in the shade; at Port
land, 02; Roseburg, 98; Spokane, 100.
At Hood River we had a good breeze
from the west all day, but the ther
mometer stood at 95 iu the shade
throughout the afternoon. .
The yield of wheat hay in
River this season is good in
places extra good tanners
mostly finished cutting and are now
stacking, preparatory ; to . baling.
Miller Bros, are baling at the reason
able price of $1.50 a ton.
The Champlin cottage has been ren
ovated and now lias a new roof, and is
neatly papered and painted on the in
side. It is rented to Mr. Cole, lately
from Camus Prairie, who intends mak
ing his permanent residence with his
family in Hood River.
A. H. Kennedy, while on his return
to The Dalles after a three week's out
ing in the Wind river mountains,
made a short call at this office Thurs
day. Mr. Kennedy is a printer and is
now working in Miller's job office at
The Dalles. . . .' v
One of E. D. Calkins' fine colts was
taken sick Wednesday and for a while
it was thought it could not live, but it
has since improved and will recover.
Mr. Calkins' trip to Klickitat was post
poned on account of his colt's sickness.
An effort is being made to have the
town purchase a street sprinkler.which
is a move in the right direction. Dukes
& Hibbard have offered to sprinkle the
streets twice a day for $1 a day, which
the citizens would gladly contribute.
Rev. J.-M. Denison received a call
from Tillamook and is now installed as
minister of the M. E. church at Bay
City. The church here will be without
a pastor until the meeting of confer
ence, August 26th. -"
Notice to Irrigators T will be at
livery stable office Saturday afternoons
to receive payment of water rent for
season 1896. G. J. Gessling, Treasur
er Hood River Water Supply Co.
H. M. Wentworth and wife, parents
of Mm. G. J. Moody, arrived here
Monday from the state of Maine and
will-make this their permanent home.
Late spring grain in Eastern Oregon
and Washington is being burnt up by
the extreme heat of the past two weeks.
'Mr. and Mrs. L. H Adams came up
yesterday on the local to visit Mr. and
Mrs. H. Pugh.
Chas. Temple has opened a jewelry
stand in M. II. NickeUeu's store.
In Portland, July 9, 1896, as the res
idence of the bride's parents, "Mr. and
Mrs. Henry W. Wright, G. C. Bush
tiell of Hood River and Miss Jennie I.
The Glacier extends congratula
tions. May the happy couple live long
At Mosier, July 9, 1896, Arthur, son
of S. R. Smith, aged 4 years and 4
New Jewelry Store.
Charles Temple. German watchmaker, has
located to Hood River and bpened a shop in
JStekelsen's store. Watches, clocksnd Jew
elry repaired at reasonable rates and all work
guaranteed flrst class. .v.-. T
Mainsprings ...SI 00
Cleaning 1 DO
The Travers Clnb.
The meetings of the Travers club
have been growing in i-iterest and
number of late. The May meeting at
Capt. Coe's was well attended and very
interesting. ' The June meeting at E.L.
Smith's was marked by the presenta
tion of the play "Midsummer Night's
Dream," which was so much enjoyed
they then and there decided to have a
realization of the "dream" and voted
to hold the next meeting next Mon
day, July 20th, in a cedar grove east of
Mr. H. C. Bateham's house. There
will be selections from someof the "out
door poets," literary- conundrums.
gameS, etc., and a picnic supper and
camp tire in the evening, while ram
bling botonizing and astronomizing
will occupy the minds of those so in
clined. Dr. Watt, chairman of the
transportation committee, informs us
that free conveyance will be iu waiting
at George P. .Crowell'g store, at 2 p. m.,
to take out all members and invited
guests who are not otherwise provided
for. If the weather should be unfa
vorable, the meeting will be postponed
till July 27th. Pk:s.
Cheap For Cash.
Here are a few prices for your con
sideration; i . .
D. G. sugar $5 50
Box Savon soap 75
Rice, per lt 5
Beans, per It 1 2
Bacon, per lb "iy
Lard, per lb 8
Arbnckle's coffee, per lb - 22J
Schilling's Best, Java and Mocha u So
60-lb sack table salt i 60
100-tb sack stock salt 60
5-tb sack salt 5
Flour, per sack 85
Mason Fruit Jars, q uni t, per doz "0
Mason Fruit Jars, gal., per doz 95
Shoes, dry goods, furnishing goods
at cost for cash It. Rand & Son. '
Price IJst of Sprays.
No. I. Lime, .sulphur and salt, percwt...8 4 00
No. 2. Lime, sulphur and blue stone, " 6 00
No. 8. Soap.sulphur,sodaand potash " fi 00
No. 4. Kesi n and sal soda, ' " 6 00
No. 5. Whale oil soap " 6 00
"Acme" compound " 10 00
No. 7. Bordeaux mixture. "6 00
London purple.l lb, 30c; 10 lbs,?Z50: 25 Sis, 6 00
Paris green, 1 lb, 40c; 10 lbs, 83.50; H5 &s 7 50
Blue stone, perewt., 6 00
Kesin. per cwt 6 00
Sulphur (ground) perewt 2 00
Sal soda, per cwt 8 00
We can furnish at short notice any
thing in our spray or sprayer catalogue.
If you have not received one, ask fcr it.
Williams & Brosius,
Hood River Pharmacy.
, Bicycles at Cost.
Do you want a bicycle? If so, here's
your chance. We have $3000 worth of
wheels on hand, new and second hand.
To reduce our stock we will for a short
time sell our present stock at cost.
Victors, Waverleys, Creseiitsand other
makes. Write us for prices.
' , The Dalles, Ore.
Now Is the time to order your trees
for planting next fall. Call and see
Tillett at the; Hood River N ursery..
; . , ; Church Notices. ; ;
U. B. church services will be as fol
lows every Sunday unless otherwise
announced: Sunday school 10 a. m.;
preaching services 11 a. in.; Junior En
deavor 4.30 p. m.; Senior Endeavor 7:30
p. iu.; preaching services 8 p. m.
F. C, Kkause, Pastor.
Belmont Circuit Appointments.
First Sunday of each month at Mount
Hood; second Sunday, Belmont at, 11,
Crapper school house at 3, and Pine
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.
Hershuer, pastor. Worship, with
preaching, will be conducted every
Sunday, at 11 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 be
Sunday school at the M. E. taber
nacle every Sunday, at 10 a. m. A
welcome to all. ' SUPT.
Ripans Tabules cure nausea.
Ripans Tabules: at druggists.
Ripans Tabules cure dizziness. .
Ripans Tabules cure headache.
- Ripans Tabules cure flatulence, r ; -.
Ripans Tabules cure dyspepsia,
Ripans Tabules assist digestion.
Ripans Tabules cure bad breath.
Ripans Tabules: pleasant laxative.
; Ripans Tabules cure liver troubles.
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 Hood River
A. S. BLOWERS & CO.,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
FLOUR AND FEED.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
" AGENCY FOR
Al BIGGEST BOOT IN THE WORLD
TKAtt MARK C0PYK1GMTU
T. 0. DALLAS,
STOVES AND TINWARE
Pruning Tools, Etc.
Repairing Tinwaresa Specialty.
MOUNT HOOD, - - OREGON.
DR. E. T. CARNS in now located In Hood
River. First-class work at reasonable rates.
All work guaranteed. Ottloe In the Langtlle
C. J. HAYES, SURVEYOR.
All work given him will be doneeor
rectlv and promptly He has a few-
good claims upon which he can tacate
parties; ootb farming and timber lands.
Repaired and all kinds of
E. V. HUSBANDS.
Also, Boots and Shoes repaired. "
G. T. Prather,
H. C. Coe.
PRATHER & COE,
93 Oak St., bet 2d and 3d.
We have lots, blocks and acreage 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 you have any
thing In the real estate line to sell or rent, or
If you want to buy.give us a call.
Deeds, bonds and mortgages promptly fund
We will also attend to legal business in Jus
We are also agents for SOUTH WAUCOMA
PRATHER & COE.
ap27 1 1
. - 78 Second St.,
, THE DALLES, OREGON.
M ERCH ANTTAI LC RS
And Leaders of Fashions.
. - -
The largest and most complete assortment
of American and imported English woolens
ever shown in the city. Latest patterns in
spring and summer suitings. Call and in
spect stock and get prices.
from $18 to $25.
: Dress Suits foom $25 to $50.
Lessons in Piano Music.
Miss Anna Bmlth has resumed the teaching
of Music Her prices are 50 cents a lesson. J 10
Harbison Bbos., Prop'rs,
Flour, Feed and all kinds ofceieals ground.
r Whole Wheat Graham
a specialty. '
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Draying and Teaming.
The undersigned have formed a partnership
and are prepared to do drayina and Kcneral
delivery pusiness in Hood River and sur
rounding country. Headquarters at Hart
ley's barn. J. II. DUKK8.
myl i W.T. HIBBARD.
Ripans Tabules cure biliousness.
Ripans Tabules: gentle cathartic.
Ripans Tabules: one gives relief.
Ripans Tabules cure indigestion. .
Ripans Tabules cure torpid liver.
Ripans Tabules cure constipation.
Ripans Tabules: for sour stomach.
Wanted to Trade.
A few choice work horses for cedar posts,
wood or lumber. Address J. L, KELLY, box
281, The. Dalles, Or.
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Through Freight and
All Freight Will Come Through
One way.,. .....$1 fi
Round trip............ 2 50
Freight Rates Greatly
W. C. ALLAWAY,
THE DALLES, ORECOM
E. MCNEILL, Receiver.
To tlb-e ZEISLSt,
Gives the choioe of
ST. PAUL. Kansas City-
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Low Rates to All East
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.. Ijfcave Portland every five day for
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Every patent taken out by us Is broupiit befor
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Largest circulation of any scientific pancr tn tho
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Vububhkbs, 861 Broadway, Hew York City.
rear; 91.50 six months.
AtKlress, MuHH tt
The modern stand
aid Family Medi
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
Chamberlain's Eyo and Skin Ointment
Is unequalled for Eczema, . Toiler, Sall
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Hands, Itching Piles, Burns, Frost BUcs,
ChronictSoie Kyesund Granulated lire J.kb.
For sale by druggists at 25 cents mr Ijox.
TO HORSb"oWNES3. :
For putting a liorse in a fine healthy con
dition try l)r. Cady's Condition Powders.
They tone up the svstem, aid digestion, cure
Josu'of sippetitc, relieve constipation, correct
kidnev disorders nitd destroy worms, giving
new life to an old or over-worked liorse. 25
cents per package. ' For sale by dmpgiiita. .
For sale by Williams & Brosius. .