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3ood Iiver Slacier
FRIDr , SEPTEMBER 11, 1S96.
The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts te game days at noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A. M. Tuesdays
and Saturdays: arrives at 6 P. M.
For White Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.;
arrives at 6 o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and Olenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridavs.
Canby Post, No. IB, G. A. R., meets at School
Hoase Hall, first Saturday of each month
At. S a'nlnclt n. m. All U. 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. Isknbeko, Adjutant.
Waucoma Lodge, No. 80, K. of P., meets In
their Castle Hall on every Tuesday night.
W. H. Bishop, C. C,
J. B. HuNryK. of R. & S.
Riverside Lodge, No. 68, A O. U. W.. meets
first and third Saturdays of each month.
S. J. LaFRANCE, M. W.
J. F. Watt, Financier.
H. L. Howb, Recoi der.
Idlewilde Lodge, No. 107, 1. O. O. F., meets
In Fraternal hall every Thursday night.
O. B. HARTLEY, N. G.
L. E. Mouse, Bec'y. , .
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Sweet apple cider at the bakery.
Tin cans and wax strings at Dallas.'
Bed lounges at S.E. Bartmess' for $7.50.
Henry E. Blocher has sold 10 acres
of ktnd to Frank Jones.
Two small tract of land for sale
bargains. See T. R. Coon.
Lou Morse is authorized agent for all
newspapers and periodicals.
Baths Hot and cold, or salt and
soda baths at the barber shop.
, Mr. J. NT. McCoy returned Monday
from a trip to i ne uuiies ana juiur.
For Sale A good as new 45-00 re
peating rifle, cheap. Call at this office.
Dr. Eliot, Rev. Wru. Eliot and
brother Bam and platers till went to
Trout Lake last week.
Saturday and Monday will he our
grinding days during the fall and
winter.. Harbison Bros.
M.William A. Isen berg will leave
for Portland next week to enter upon a
course of study in the Portland uni
versity. : ,
Special Sales. Come and 6ee ou
bargain counter in Dry Goods, Hhoe
and Hats, fof Saturdays and Mondays
ouly. 20 lbs. granulated sugar for. $1.
II. Rano & Son.
Mr. E. E. Savage will be at the office
of E. L. Smith on Saturdays prepared
to draw conveyances,examiiie abstracts
of title, write Are insurance, negotiate
sales of real estate, etc.
"When in Rome do as the Romans
do," says the old proverb, and we;
might add, when in Hood River do us
t he Hood Rlverites do. Call at Colum
bia Nursery and see what an assort-'
meutof fruit trees and plan's can be
had for a home garden. The best is .
' none too good for the fruit growers.
TheO. R. N. Co's timetable for
' Hood River is as follows;- Westbound
overland, 5:50 a. m.; eastUouud over-i
. land, 9:45 p. ni. local passenger east-'
bound, 11:12 a. iu.; local passenger
westbound, 8:23 p. m. , , :
Write to Davenport Bros.' Lumber'
Co. for delivered prices on all kinds of
lumber, rough or dressed. They have a j
large and good assortment of finishing ,
lumber on hand, good and dry. Call
and get our cash prices before purchas- !
Mr. D. F. Pierce and family came
down from LaGrande Monday and left!
liere Wednesday for their new home .
.at San Jose, Cal. Mr. Pierce sold his:
harness business at LaGrande and will '
buy into a like business at Salt Jose.
H. L. Crapper has a five-year-old'
Hungarian prune tree that bore 100
pounds of fruit this season. His Ital
ian prunes are a pretty fair crop, while
his Petitesare a full crop and unusually
M. E. Montgomery, one of the most i
popular engineer on the O. R. & N.,,
accompanied by his bride, nee Miss1
Del la Watson of Hood River, arrived
from the coast Saturday night. They
were married in Portland, August 28th,
and since then have been Visiting pop
ular resorts on thecoast. MV and Mrs.
Montgomery will make their home in
The Dalles. Mountaineer. v . y
Mr. John McCoy, who returned last
week from the mines that bear his1
name, in the Cascade mountains in
Skamania county, Wash., informs us
that the members of the Mazama min
ing company will not return to the
mines to work this season. They got
to the mines too late in the season to
accomplish much this year, but hope
to get a better start and be better pre
pared for work' next spring. About
100 men from different sections of the
country visited the mines during the
short time the Mazamas were at work.
8ome of them were old prospeetorsand
were convinced that, the company had
a good prospect of striking it rich. The
creek above and below them has been
prospected and claims located. The
company bad considerable work to do
this season, in the way of building cab
ins and sluice boxes and Humes, that
they will not have to do next year.and
they expect that with about two
mouths' bard work they can make a
clean up that will pay them well for
all their labor.
In a recent letter to the manufac
turers Mr. W. Fi Benjamin, editor of
the Spectator, Rushford, New York.
tys: "It may be a pleasure to you to
know the high esteem in which Cham
berlain's medicines are held by the peo
ple of your own state, where they must
be best known. An auutof mine, who
resides at Dexter, Iowa, was about to
visit me a few years since, and before
leaving home wrote me, asking if they
were sold here, stating if liiey were not,
she would bring a quantity with her,
as she did not like to be without tliem."
The medicines referred to are Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, fatuous for its
cures of colds and croup; Chamberlain's
Pain Balm for rheumatism; lame ack,
pains in the side and chest, and Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy for bowel complaints. These
medicines have been in constant use in
Iowa for almost a quarter of a century.
The people have learned that they are
articles of great worth and merit and
unequaled by any other. They are for
wtle here by Williams & Brosius, drug
gists, ' -
It is reported by the men who weie
engaged in excavating for Dayen port's
saw mill at the head of the ditch, and
they are all truthful men, that after a
blast was set off a live toad was set free
( hut bad been imbedded in the bard
basaltac rock 18 inches from the sur
face. The toad had swelled up to sev
eral times his natural size and com
pletely filled the cavity ivhere he had
been l in prisoned tor thousands ot yeais.
As soon as set free by the blast, the
toad wilted to the ordinary size and
bopped away, probably to hunt up the
companions of lus youth. The kind
hearted men stood and watched the
toad enjoy his liberty. They couldn't
think of making the toad a prisoner
again even for exhibition, and brought
to town only the hole iu the rock to
verity their story.
last Sunday morning T. C. Dallas
received a dispatch from Portland con
veying the sad intelligence of the death
of little Clara Louise Champlin, (laugh
ter of Mrs. J. L. Atkinson, who died
in that city early Sunday morning,
The cause of her death was membran
ous croup and congestion of the lungs
Mr. George Booth, grandfather of the
child, went to .Portland on the after
noon train Sunday. The funeral was
held Monday. Little Clara Champlin
was a bright, handsome child, loved bv
all who knew her. She was aged 10
venrs mid 7 months. The afflicted
family have the heartfelt sympathy of
this entire community where their ac
quaintances and menus are numerous.
Mr. E. C. Rogers was at The Dalles
during the tlrst part ot the week, look
ing after the interests of the new road
to the head of Neal creek. He went
with his team and was accompanied
by Mrs. Rogers, his daughters Ada and
Rosa and Josie Nealeigh, and John
and Rewell Rogers went along on
horseback. The whole party went into
camp on Chenowith creek. Tuesday
evening they were serenaded by asquad
of the Salvation Army, who enter
tained them with comic songs.
A young man named Frank Jordan
passed through' Hood River Monday,
on his way to Portland. He was on
crutches, claiming that his foot was
crushed between two cars at Walla
Walla, some time in July, while cross
ing the track while a freight train was
backing up. As he was not in the em
ploy of the company and was trespass
ing at the time, he can recover no dam
ages from the company. He received
a good contribution from our citizens.
Wm. M. Evans, traveling represent
ative of the state and county exhibit
committee of the Portland exposition,
was in Hood River last Tuesday. Mr.
Evans has traveled over the Willam
ette valley and Southern Oregon as far
as the state line. He found no fruit of
any kind worth mentioning till he got
to Hood River. He says the exposi
tion will have to depend on Hood
River almost entirely tor its fruit ex
hibit tliis year.
I After the appearance of the fish story
in last week's Glacier it was decided
by some of the old fishermen that its
author deserved a prize, and a suitable
one was designed in the shape of a sal
mon fly and presented by a committee
consisting of W. C. Stranahan and El
mer Rand. The fly is on exhibition at
the barber shop.
' Ladies, come and have a health talk.
Learu bow to get well and keepvell.
Mothers are especially invited. Mrs.
Carrie Smith of Han Francisco will be
pleased to meet the ladies of Hood
River on Monday afternoon at the Con
gregational church at 8 o'clock. On
Tuesday at the Belmont church at 3
p. rn. Admission free.
Mr. Tillett, in his rounds over ?be
valley, is much pleased to Jearn that
there has been very little loss of trees
coming from his nursery. Shoemaker
Bios, planted 1,100 of his trees last
spring and have not lost a tree. J. J.
Gibbons reports the same good luck
with 700 planted lust spring. .
H. C. Hengst is building a green j
house and apple house combined, 13x24
feet, two stories high. Mr. Heugst isa '
great lover of flowers and always has a !
line lot of them iu his garden, and he
means to build a place that will pro
tect them from Jack Frost. '
West Bros.' market makes a good!
display of fruit and vegetables every j
day. A neat railing protects the tempt-;
ing fruit from covetous hands nowa
days, which works a hardship on those
of us who used to help ourselves to the
Rev. George C. Rowe and wife ar
rived from Eugene Wednesday and are
moving into the property Re purchased
of D. F. Pierce. W. C. Strauahun.the
former occupant, has moved into the1
Haumi.cotiage, Fourtii apd River sts.
. 'The public is cordially invited to the
ice cream social to be given by the la
dies of the Congregational church at
the residence of Rev. J. L. Hershner.
this (Friday) evenings Price for re
freshments, 15 cents.
Rev. II. K. 'Hines is the new minis
ter for the M. E. church at this place.
Mr. Hines is one of the leading divines
of Oregon, and Hood River is to be
congratulated on his appointment.
McKinley may be elected, and
Bryan's admirers are confident their
candidate will win, but there is no
mistake about Tillett 'a trees being the
best for Hood River.
Prof. Miller, principal of our school,
arrived here last week with his family
and hag moved into the cottage east of
the school house, formerly occupied by
C. P. Heald.
E. L. Rood has purchased of Calder &
Simmons their outfit for painting roofs.
He is now prepared to fill all orders
given the old firm and make new coil
tracts. McKinley and Rohan club meets for
the purpose of organizing, Saturday,
September 12th,. at A. O. U. W.iall.
Miss Mary P'razier came up from
Porlland last Saturday to spend a
week visiting. relatives and friends.
Mr. W. H. Mansfield, foreman of the
Times-Mountaineer office, was a caller
,at the Glacier office yesterday.
James Ellison went to Bonneville
Wednesday, where lie has beeu giveu
the position of night operator.
Hon. E. V. Brock and wife of Sher
niuii county were iu Hood River du
ring the week.
The State union shipped, Tuesday,
210 and yesterday 215'crates of prunes.
E. D. Calkins will exchange harness
work lor wood, hay and farm products.
The Lateral Ditch Co. directors will
hold a meeting tomorrow, at 4 o'clock
O. B. Hartley sold ten acres of land
lust Monday to G. L. Sim-mous.
Gents and boys' hats at the Ri.cket
Store. - ,
Mrs. Caroline M. Wentworth.mother
of Mrs. Moody, died at Frankton, last
Monday morning, aged 60 years and 10
months. Deceased came here from the
state of Maine about a month ago and
had been in feeble health tor some
time. Her remains were taken to Ta
coma for burial, where Mr. Moody had
gotten ready to move to and had his
goods packed when Mrs. Wentworth
We are informed by Van Johnson
that his neighbors are all busily en
gaged in setting strawberry plants. J.
Wickham and John Kelley will double
their patches. Charles Reed has set a
good sized patch and will set more after
the rains come. H. C. Hengst is set
ting four or five acres and will have a
patch altogether of about nine acres.
A new ditch company has been
formed in the upper part of the valley
to take water out of the'middle fork of
Hood river. This ditch will irrigate a
large and rich section of country lying
above and west of the toll bridge. The
incorporators are P. F. Foutz, James
Knight, Henry Ries and Horace Rich
mond. Mr. S. R. Husbands and family left
Wednesday for Santa Cruz, California,
where they expect to remain for the
winter, and may make it their perma
nent home. Mrs. Mary L. Harbison,
mother of R.'E. and J. S. Harbison,
accompanied them and will stop iu
California for the winter.
Everybody having choice fruit they
are willing to donate for Hood River's
exhitilt at the fori land exposition is
requested to bring it in. Mayor L. N,
Blowers will take charge of all samples
and ship the same.
Underwood Bros, stocked the town
with another lot of their luscious water
melons on Wednesday. The Glacier
force' returns thanks for one of the
biggest iu the lot, a melon weighing 32
Tomlinson Bros, of Mount Hood
have purchased the old shingle mill
that stood on Sandy Flat, and will sel
it up by their saw mill and manufac
ture shingles and apple boxes, r
T. C. Dallas has fitted up the front
room of the Champlin store building
for a drummer's sample room and for
the use ot socials and other gatherings.
Mr. Clark, who recently moved here
from The Dalles and bought B. M.
Woodward's place, will commence the
erection of a residence next Monday.
Mr. O. Fredenburg returned .yester
day from a trip to The Dalles. He re
ports there was a killing trust at Mt.
Wood Wednesday morning.
Proprietor Reeves is having a new
range put in the kitchen of the Mount
Hood hotel, and other improvements
are being made. .
Mrs. M. V. Rhelhv. Hiinelitpr nnd
granddaughter, who have been sum
mering here, returned to t'ortlaud yes
Mrs. Haynes lias been sick in bed for
the past week c ten days, but we are
glad to learn she is now improving.
The thanks of the Glacier office are
due Van Johnson for a nice basket of
peaches and Petite prunes.
Little Ada Mcintosh, who has been
very sick with lung lever, is repoited
better this morning.
Capt. J. H. Ferguson, mother, sister
and aunt and Miss Wolfard went to
Trout lake last Friday.'
There were light frosts in portions
of the valley-ou the mornings of the
9th and 10t h.
L. NefT's crew of railroad carpenters
was laid oil', indefinitely, the first part
of the week.
J. J. Gibbons is buildinsr a residence
on Ills place fronting the road on
the south. ,
John Vouthiers hasentered the claim
at Mt. Hood formerly taken by J. R.
Sum Monahan of The Dalles was in
Hood River Tftesday.
Wm. Tillett returned yesterday from
a trip to Portland.
Blue stem wheat for seed at the
Grand Army Camp Fire. ;
Canby post, G. A. R., held Its reg
ular monthly meeting last Saturday.
Wm. H. Jones, late of the Third Wis
consin veterans, was mustered into the
post. Notice was given that at the
next meeting a motion will be ottered
to amend the by-laws reducing the an
nual dues to one dollar. It was de
cided to hold a camp fire and the date
was fixed for tomorrow; September
12th. Capt. Blowers offered -the use of
the grounds at the big spring of the
Hood River Spring Water Co., and the
the offer was accepted. ' A ' committee
of five was appointed to act with a like
committee from '.lie Relief Corps, to
make all arrangements for the camp
fire. The committee decided to hold a
basket picnic, inviting all members of
tiie Grand- j rmy and old soldiers and
their families. Woman's Relief Corps
and Sons of Veterans. Everybody is
expected to bring well filled lunch bas
kets, and meet at the grove at 10
Later the committee decided that the
old camp ground at Parkhurst would
be a belter place lo hold the camp tire,
and the change will be made. The
Isenberg - band will furnish music,
speeches aud army reminiscences will
be indulged in, a big eanip kettle of
beans will be c 'inked, coffee served, the
champion bean ealer will 1 present,
and a right good time is expected.
Sometimes what seems smart turns
out to be pitiably contemptible. Last
spring a woman living 2J miles west of
Hood River planted four hills of water
melons in the garden to please the
children, and by chance there grew
thereon thirty fine melons. But be
fore, the children had a chance to enjoy
any of them some bright, young gentle
men went in the night and helped
themselves to all the best in the patch.
The next morning the children con
templated the destruction with quiver
ing lips and heavy hearts. The sor
rows of childhood are just as distressing,
though of a different nature, as those
of their elders. Who. can measure the
pleasures of anticipation and specula
tion those little ones enjoyed while
watching the melon vines lengthen
and bloom, noting daily the increasing
size of the, fruit thereon, till, just as
they approached maturity, they were
abstracted while they innocently slept.
Let us be charitable enough to hope
(be thieves did not think of this.
Death of 3. K.' Stranahan.
Mr. J. K. Stranahan, one of the old
est citizens of Hood River, died last
evening. He had been in his usual
good health and spirits all day, and
about six o'clock carried some corn fo -
der into the barn to feed the cow. A
few minutes later his lifeless body was
found In the barn. Heart failure was
evidently the cause of his death. He
wa aged 87. Two of his sons at Min
neapolis have beeu telegraphed for,
and if they eari come the funeral will
be- put off" until their arrival. Mr.
Stranahan was an agreeable, kind old
gentleman, loved by all who knew
him. His obituary will appear next
Columbia River Conference.
The M. E. annual conference for the
Columbia river concluded its work in
North Yakima last Sunday night. The
conference was divided into three dis
tricts instead of four, as heretofore.
This was done to save expense. The
appointments for The Dalles district
are as follows: -
Presiding Elder Robert Warner.
Antelope Supplied by D. H. Leach.
Arlington G. W. Barnhart.
Belmont Henry Moyes.
Bickleton G. R. Moorhead.
Cascade Locks William Hoskins.
Columbus-r-Supplied by J. G. Alfordi
Dufur John Evans.
Ellensburg M. H. Marvin.
Fort Simcoe G. M. Booth and J, W.
Fossil F. L. Johns.
Glen wood Supplied by G.W. White.
Goldendale N. F. Hawk. , ; -
Heppner E. P. Green. '
Hood River H. K. Hines.
Long Creek W. H. Henderson.
Moro E. C. Alford.
North Yakima N. Evans.
Prairie City R. C. Motor.
Priuevine W.O. Smith. 1
Prosser S. L. Burrill.
The Dalles J. H. Wood.
Wasco and Grants C. D. Nickelsen.
Waldron Roy O. Hadley.
Yakima Circuit Supplied by G. R.
' West Kittitas Edward Baker.
W. T. Hihbiird recently purchased
Capt. Dukes' inrerest in the livery
firm of Dukes & Hibbard.
Rev. J. L. Hershner wilPpreach at
the Congregational church Sunday
morning a-id evening. Subject at the
morning service: "The Church and the
There will be services held iu the
new Methodist church on Sunday
evening next, at 8 o'clock. If the new
pastor is not present, Rev. C. D. Nick
elsen will fill the pulpit. '
Congregational Church Rev. J. L.
Hershner, pastor. Worship, with
preaching, will be conducted every
Sunday, at 11 a. in. and 7.30 p. m., 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
made welcome. . ,
Sunday school at the M. E. taber
nacle every Sunday, at 10 a. m. A
welcome to all. Supt.
Bucklen'd 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
In Hood River, Sept. 11, 1896, to Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Matthews, a son.
CALL AND SEE THE "VIVE."
Th No. 1 "Vive" holds 12 glass plates, or 36
films, or any combination oi both; price So.
The No. 2 "Vive" holds Just double the No.
1; price 7.50.
No other cameras are so simple and true.
No other so Inexpensively and readily en
ables one to use glass plates or cut tllms, or In
No other will hold-glass plates or cut films
so Unit both can be used at the same time.
No other has plate holders with which to
hold films while developing.
No other camera has so simple, light and
universal plate holders, or those which hold
any size of plates under 4 Inch square.
No other camera is so small and compact
for the size of pictures taken.
No other $" camera takes as large a picture.
No other so easy to understand aud manip
ulate. WILLIAMS & BROSIU3,
Hood River Pharmacy.
Newspapers in the Campaign.
In the present campaign the newspapers
will be the greatest of educators In teaching
the voters of the land the proper way to view
the political questions of the day. The Re
public of Bt. Louts is without doubt the most
able instructor published on the democratic
side, as it explains in almost every issue, by
editorial or learned article, why the mass of
the people should vote for the democratic
presidential candidate. In addition, it prints
all the news of the doings of both parties and
all the speeches of statesmen. The Bepublic
is only i a year, (f 1.50 for 8 months, or 6Si cents
a month by mail. Semi-Weekly Kepublic 31
WANTED SEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN
or women to travel for responsible estab
lished house In Oregon. Salary ,K0, payable
$15 weekly and expenses. Position perma
nent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed
stamped envelope. The National, Star Build
ing, Chicago; ' sep4
Ripans Tabules cure nausea.
Ripans Tabules: at druggists.
Ripans Tabules cure dizziness., .
Ripans Tabules cure headache.
Ripans Tabules cure flatulence.
Ripans Tabules cure dyspepsia, '
Ripans Tabules assist digestion.
' , Ripans Tabules cure bad breath.
' Ripans Tabules: pleasant laxative.
Ripans Tabules cure liver troubles.
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.
My Photograph Gallery is open every Sat
urday. Popular prices. All work warranted.
When not convenient to pay cash, will take
anything in tradp T enn make use of.
sll W. E. NEPF; Ilocd River.
A. S. BLOWERS & CO.,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
FLOUR AND FEED,
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
N . AGENCY FUK
c ctaoi icurn 10a
1 HL UlUiitSTUUDT IN Tnfc. WUKLU
TMOl MARK COPYRIGHTLr )
T. C. DALLAS,
. DEALER IN-
STOVES AND TINWARE
, . Pruning Tools, Etc.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty,
MOUNT HOOD, - - OREGON.
DR. E. T. CARNS is now located 'in Hood
River. FirstrClass work at reasonable rates.
All work guaranteed. Office in the Langille
C. J. HAYES, SURVEYOR.
All work given him will be done cor
rectlv and DromDtlv. He has a few
good claims upon which he can locate
parties; ooth tunning ana timber lands.
.tebruary, 184. ,..
Repaired and all kinds of
E. V. HUSBANDS.
Also, Boots and Shoes repaired.
Q. T. Phather,
H. C. Cots.
PRATHER & COE,
M Mute and ill,
93 Oak St., bet. 2d and 3d.
town of Hood River: also, fruit, hay and oerry
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 rentj or
If you want to buy, give us a call.
Deeds, bonds and mortgages promptly and
we win also attend to legal Dusiness in jus
We are also agents for SOUTH WAUCOMA
PKATrltK & UUL
Owing to the limited amount of water that
can be furnished for irrigation, the Hood
River Spring Water Co. has adopted the
Parties living south of Oak street will Irri
gate from 5 to 9 o'clock, p. m., and those liv
ing norm oi same street, irom owv a. m.
In irrigatine.the regulation half-inch nozzle
must be used, and the water applied in the
form of spray or sprinkle and In no other
All water for irrigating must be applied and
paid for before using.
Any violation of these rules will subject the
fiarties so offending to forfeiture of the privil
ege of irrigation. "
Lessons in Piano Music.
Miss Anna Smith has resumed the teaching
of Music. Her prices are 50 cents a lesson. J10
Harbison Bros., Prop'rs,
Flour, Feed and all kinds of cereals ground.
Whole Wheat Graham
HOOD RIVER, .- - OREGON.
Mi. Hood Saw Mills,
TOMLINSON BROS., Prop'rs.
FIR AND PINE LUMBER
Of the best quality always on hand at prices
, to suit the times. jy
100 acres. 50 in cultivation: good house and
barn; 100 bearing fruit trees; well watered.
rrice, aj an acre.
60 acres, S acres cleared; 10 acres deadened,
ready to burn: new barn: perpetual stream of
water running CO rods through the laud.
Frlce, $W an acre. JO.H.N MONtiX)K,
y2i Hood River, Or.
A hydraulic ram, No. 0. Apply to
Jy24 . JOHN MONROE.
Hood River, Or.
Pigs for Sale.
I have for sale a fine lot of pigs, at 81 .50 each.
H. L. CRAPPER.
" REGULATOR LINE.
tm&s,Pohm k lift
Through Freight and
DailyfleL Dalles anfl Porflaafl
AH Freight Will Come Through
One way... $1 sit
Round trip.... . 2 50
Freight Rates Greatly
W. C. ALL AWAY,
THE DALLES, -- OREGON
To t2i.e Sast,
Gives the choioe of
. . AND . AND
ST. PAUL. Kansas City. .
Low Rates to All East
Leave Portland every five days for
E. MCNEILL, President.
For full detail call on O. R. A N. Ageiit,
Hood River, or address ,
W. II. HURMJUI1T,
GenH Pass. Ageait,
H. E.BALCH Sl CO.,
' 78 Second St.,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
And Leaders of Fashions.
The largest and most complete assortment
of American and imported Kngliaili woolen
ever shown in the city. latest patterns iu
spring and summer suitings. Call and In
spect stock and get prices.
from $18 to $25.
Dress Suits foora $2o to ?5K.
The modern stand
ard Family Medi
cine: Cures the
ills of humanity.
Chamberlain's Bye and Skin Ointment
Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Salt-.
Rheum, Scald Head, Sore Kipplcs, t;iiniicc
Hands, Itching Piles, Hums, Frost jlites,
ChromcSore Eyesnnd Granulated Kye Lids.
For sale by druggists at 25 cents per laox.
For putting a liorse in a fine healthy con
dition try Dr. Cady's Condition l'owdera.
They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kidnev disorders and destroy worms, giving
new life to an old or over-worked horse. 25
cents per package. For sale by druggists. "
For sale by Williams & Brosius.