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3(ood Iiver Slacier
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1896.
The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts 'he same 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 Futda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and Olenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Caty Post, No. 18, G. A. R., meets at School
House Hall, first Saturday of each month
at 1 o'clock d. m. All G. 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. Isknbkro, Adjutant,
Waucoma Lodge, No, 80, K. of P., meets In
their Castle Hall on every Tuesday night.
W. H. Bishop, C. C.
J. B. HtJNT, K. of R. 4 8.
Riverside Lodge, No. 68, A O. U. W., meets
inPat. A.nrl fhlrH hiLtnrrlo vb nf flflih mrtnlh .
.. S. J. LAFRANCE, m. w.
Ji F. Watt-," Financier.
H. L. Howk, Reeoider. '. ,
- Idlewilde Lodge. No. 107, 1. O. O. F., meets
In Fraternal hall every Thursday night.
O. B. HARTLEY, N. G. -L.
E. Mouse, Sec'y.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
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ueu luuugeBat o.nt. rarimest mrgx.ou.
Gents aod boys' hats at the Racket
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Blue stem wheat for seed at .the
Two small traeti 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
eo da baths at the barber shop.
R. M. Hunt has about finished his
new house and is moving into it.
For Sale A good as new 45-60 re
peating rifle, cheap. Call at this office.
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winter. Habblbon linos.
F. C. Sherrieb was engaged, Tues
day, in hauling the furniture of the
,, new minister, Rev. Moyes, out to Bel-
niont. , ' ,
Some of the largest and finest egg
plums in the valley can be seen "land
ing on the trees iu rear of the Racket
C. J. Hayes is setting an acre arid a
half to strawberries. E. W. Udell is
setting three acres on Oscar- Straua-
C. H. Stranahan left Tuesday night
for his ranch in Sherman county. He
will remain there for a couple of weeks,
superintending the threshing of, his
Mr. E. E. Savage will be at the office
of j. Ii. Bin It n on (Saturdays prepared
to draw conveyances, examine abstracts
of title, write fire insuranco, negotiate
sales of rent estate, etc.
iur. i. jDiHiiop sprayeu ius cneiry
trees with London purple for the slug,
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, trees were entirely free from this pest,
the foliage a healthy color and the fruit
Jarger than usual.
The O. R. N. ' Co's timetable for
Hood River is as follows; 1 Westbound
overland, 5:50 a. m.; easthound over
land, 9:45 p. m.; local passenger east
bound, 11:12 a. in.; 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
large and good assortment of finishing
lumber on hand, good and dry. (all
and get our cash prices before purchas
ing elsewhere. ,
Hon. E. L. Smith, nominee for pres
idential elector, started lust Monday
night on his canvass in Eastern Ore
gon. ' He delivered his first address at
Elgin, Union county. Tuesday evening,
and is advertised to speak at Cove,
LuGrande, Union, North Powder, Mil
ton, Weston, Helix, Pendleton and
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vnai i u uiiiuc linn LMPugiin icii
acres of land of F. C. Sherrieb and is
building a house. The land lies along
the Wallace lane, in the southeastern
part of Mr. Sherrieb's farm. The way
that buildings are going up along this
line it will soon deserve to be culled a
street, and the collection of dwellings
now presents the appearance of a vil
lage. Grandpa Eastman had a tussle with
the family cow, one day Inst week, and
came out second best. While trying to
prevent the cow from going through
the stable door he was thrown against
the door casing and fractured a rib.
He has since been laid up at his home,
and may not come to town before elec
tion day, when he will be sure to show
up and put in a ballot for McKinley.
A little thing like a broken rib will not
keep him' from the polls.
Joseph A. Wilson has been shipping
a good many prunes and plums through
the State union, and n rices received in
the Ea."t have been quite satisfactory.
.Mr. Wilson complains that some ship-
ru ra fin tvinl1 naekinty Wo flinilurlil.
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every one at Hood River had learned
by this time that it pays to pack fruit
well. If any one has not yet learned
to pack prunes for shipment, he should
go around to his neighbors and pee
Tiow it is done. Poorly packed fruit is
always shipped at a loss to the grower.
In a recent letter to the manufac
turers Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editor of
the Spectator, Rushford, New York,
says: "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
lie nest Known. An auu tot mine, who
resides at Dexter, Iowa, was about to
visit me a few years since, and before
leaving home wrote me, askiug if they
were sold here, stating if they were not,
she would bring a quantity with her,
as she did not like to be without them."
The medicines referred to are Chamber
lain's Cough . Remedy, famous for its
cures of colds and croup: Chamberlain's
Pain Balm for rheumatism; lame hack,
pains in the side and chest, and Chani
lierlain'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
Hale here by Williams & Brosius, drug
At the M. E. church, . Sunday even
ing, a local advisory board, auxiliary to
the Oregon Children's Home Society,
was organized with the following per
sons us (imcers: rresiflent, Mrs. r. ti.
Barrett; vice president, Kev. J. L.
Hershner; secretary, Mrs. S. E. Bart
niess; treasurer, Mrs. O. L. Stranahan.
Several are contemplating taking chil
dren into their homes for adoption.
About $60 were subscribed Wednesday
by the friends of the children. Any
Information concerning homeless chil
dren may be sent to Kev. L. b . Tobey.
500 Marquam building, Portland, and
win receive prompt attention.
Mr. Albert I. Mason came up from
Portland last Saturday and went out
to his ranch on the East Side. While
here he let the contract to N. C. Sears
for clearing, plowing and preparing 20
acres for orchard. He is ulso having
his entire farm fenced. Mr. Mason re
turned to Portland Monday and took
with him a sample of Hood River fruit
in the shape of a cluster of about a
dozen Hungarian prunes on a single
branch from the orchards of Campbell
Bros., East Side. ,
Mr. M V. Rand shipped some of
his large and handsome -Hungarian
prunes to the Portland exposition.
They were the largest specimens of this
fruit we think we ever saw. Mr. W.T.
Hansbury brought in some for the ex
position which, though not quite so
large as Mr. Rand's, were more highly
colored and were a handsome lot. Mr.
L. N. Blowers attended to shipping
Two young men fromy the valley
went hunting grouse upon the mount
ains of the East Side during one of
those windy days last week. They
Complained that great clouds of dust
were constantly rolliuir up from the
valley and blowing into their eyes.
Upon their return Ihey found that
three farmers had been utilizing the
good ureeze to blow tneir beans.
A fire set out on Warren .Miller's
pluce, Thursday of last week, to burn
an old pine stump, escaped its bounds
during the high winds on the after
noon of that day and - threatened con
siderable damage to his neighbor's
property, but Juck Luckey discovered
the flames before they had done any
material damage beyond burning up
about six rods or' his fence.
Fishermen have again commenced
seining lor salmon in the Columbia
near the Morton place. McKellish &
Dutiuing's crew caught two tons of fish
last (Saturday and did about as well
again on Monday. Tuesday they cast
their big seine in a new place and got
foul of a submerged tree too. and the
seine was badly torn.
Mr. R. E. Copple left last Saturday
for Eugene, wnere lie will enter the
State' university. .Mr. Copnle has
earned the money by hard labor to pay
his way through college, and we pre
dict he will muke goon use of his time
while at his studies. - His kind gen
erally succeed in obtaining an educa
tion. .. .
Davenport Bros.' saw mill, at the
head of the ditch, commenced cutting
lumber last Monday. Frank Daven
port says he win have one mile of flume
completed by November 1st. Persons
wishing lo work lor slock should up
ply to iiim ut once.
J. C. Markley picked two crates of
strawberries last week and sold them to
a Meighbor at 12i cents a box. It is a
common thing to find strawberries in
all stages of growth on plants that
have been allowed to retain their run
ners for sets,
The petition of E. C. Rogers and oth
ers for a county road to the new settle
ment on Neal creek, was granted by
ihe county court.. J. B. Goit was ap
pointed surveyor, and C. J. Hayes, J.
Henrichs and V. Wincbell viewers.
Two-year-old fruit trees are preferred
by some of our fruit growers for re-
planting old orchards because qf their
larger size. At least a dozen varieties !
can be found for sale at Columbia Nur- J
Look out for the announcement of a
'ghost"- social before long. The pupils
of the Franktou school contemplate
getting up an entertainment to raise
tunas lor the purchase ot au encyclo
pedia for the school.
Lust Friday uflernoon Rev. Chris
Nlckelsou and his brother J. R. went
fishing in Hood river. They caught 11
fish, one trout weighing 9 pounds, the
largest ever caught ill Hood river.
Blackberry shipments are about
closed. Prices have been very satis
factory this season, netting from $1.25
to $1.75 per crate, most of them beintr
sent to Montana and Utah.
The camp fire, which was postponed
last week on account of the funeral of
J. K. Stranahan, will be held tomor
row, in the grove at Parkhurst, com
mencing at 10 o'clock.
The sons of J. B. Rand are setting
three or four acres in strawberries on
J. J. Luckey's place. Mr. Luckey's
place,, by spring, will have about leu
acres in strawberries.
Mr. A. A.Boyuton of Cumas Prairie,
Umatilla counly, who has been making
quite an extended visit with the family
of his sou in-law, J. H. Shoemaker,
left for his home Tuesday.
George Sloeura finished setting three
acres of strawberries, last week, on E.L.
Smith's place, on the East Side. He
will tet three acres more in the spring.
Lumber is being hauled for a new
building on the Smith block, to be oc
cupied by Hanna & Hartley In the
The ruin last Saturday and Saturday
night put out the fires in the mount
ains and cleared the utmpsphere of
went up to Sherman
comity last Friday to purchase or trade
tor a team or heavy worn horses.
Tom Pierce was taken down again
with rheumatism, last week, aud has
been seriously sick. j
Mr. Ed Williams has been on the
sick list for the past two weeks, but is
getting better. ,
Rev. William G. Eliot preached at
the Unitarian church in Portland last
Quite a good many pears are being
shipped from here and prices are good.
S. E. Bartmess received a carload of
shingles and laths Monday.
The daily attendance at the Frank
ton school is now about 60.
Attorney Cradlebaugh was iu town
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Coe went to Port
- Plenty of harucrs oil at the harness
shop now. , . .
Hon. T. R. Coon has returned with
his 1'nmily from Mosier, and they are
at presentoccupying their former home.
Mr. Coon's youngest child was taken
sick at Mosier and died and was buried
at Hood River lust Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. Price are both quite feeble, espe
cially Mr. Price, who is confined to the
house .with a severe attack of dysen
tery, which disease has been chronic
with him for years. The family will
remain at Hood River. V
The O. R. & N. Co. will sell excur
sion tickets to Portland and return, .in
cluding two admission coupons to the
Oregon Industrial Exposition, at $3.60.
Tickets will be sold for train 1, leaving
Hood River on Wednesdays, Septem
ber 23d and 30th, October 7th and 14th.
Good for return 3 days from date of
sale. On Friday, September 25th, same
tickets will lie sold for morning and
afternoon trains at $2.40.
The social at the Congregational par
sonage, last Friday evening, was large
ly attended and cleared $11' for the
church. The ice failed to come from
The Dalles, as ordered, so the Icecream
could not be, served, as was intended,
but there was no want of refreshments.
Mrs. Canfield and Mrs. Miller sang sev
eral auers in a masterly manner.
The Congregational church will give
Mr. J. F. Armor, on next Thursday
evening, September 24th. Ice cream
win be served this time without fail.
Free transportation will be furnished
for those in town who wish to attend.
Price for refreshments," 15 cents, for
benefit of the church.
Our public schools opened last Mon
day with a very good attendance. In
the three rooms there were about one
hundred pupils enrolled the first day.
The school is better prepared than ever
to give instruction in the -higher
branches. Outside' pupils, up to any
number, will be-accepted. .
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Con
gregational church will give dinner at
the Champlin house on election day.
Pay will be takeu in either silver or
gold. , i '
Genuine Lambert cherry trees can be
had this year at Columbia Nursery for
50 cents each. Less than half last
Mrs. Dr. WTatt and Mrs. Elmer Rand
and children will spend tonight and
tomorrow with the family of H. L.
H. L. Crapper picked 188 pounds of
Hungarian crab apples from three five-year-old
trees, and sold the fruit for
An Afflicted Family. ' '
Mr. J. P. Smith of , Trout Lake
brought his family, consisting of wife
and two children, to Hood River last
week for medical treatment. The
mother and two children were sick
with flux. The family stopped for a
day or two at the Mt. Hood hotel and
afterwards engaged rooms at Mrs. Mer
cer's. Mrs. Smith soon got better, but
the children continued to grow worse, j
and on Friday night tbe youngest.
aged ,19 months, died, and Sunday the
other , child, about 4 years old, died,
and both were buried Monday at White
Salmon, Mr. Smith was also taken
sick with the same disease, and for a
few days was hardly expected to re
cover. The family had lately returned
from Sherman county, where Mr.
Smith had been at irork in the harvest
fields and the family camped out.
They have a homestead at Trout Lake.
McKinley Club. ' ;
A McKinley - and Hobart sound
money club was organized in Hood
River last Saturday, with a member
ship of 130. The meeting was 6alled to
order by. Mayor L. N. Blowers, who,
in a few well chosen words, stated the
object of the meeting. Hon. M. P.
Isenberg was unanimously elected tem
porary chairman and made an eloquent
speech, which elicited hearty applause.
G. J. Gessliug was elected president of
tneciuti; w. m. 1 ales, secretary; wni.
Potler,vice president, and Frank Jones,
assistant secretary. L. N. Blowers,
J. W. Morton and W. J. Smith were
appointed a committee on rules and or
der of business, to report -at ' the next
meeting. Hon. hf. L. Smith called for
three cheers for McKinley and Hobart,
which were given with a will, and the
meeting then adjourned. All the of
ficers of the club were elected without
a contest. I
' A Disappointment.
The pastor assigned to Fossil has
been at Hood River during the past
conference year. For some time it has
been understood here that Mr. Johns
was to lie placed at Fossil. The retir
ing minister, Mr. Baruhart, is greatly
disappointed in being located at Ar
lington, as he had set his heart upon
attending t lie church university at
Portland for the next year or two. The
retiring P. E. favored letting Mr.Barn
hartoff to attend school, but the bish
op, who is all-powerful in these mat
ters, said nay. It seems to us that it
would be belter policy for the church
to .encourage a young preacher who is
eagtrfor higher education, instead of
retarding him. Five young men, T.D.
Gregory, being one ot them, were left
without appointment that they might
River, September 9, 1896,
to Mr. and Mrs,
F. J. Wright, a son.
In Hood River, September 13, 1836,
Ada, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
McIntosh, aged 4 years, 10 months aud
Ada Mcintosh was the only child of
George and Dora Mcintosh, and was
born in La Grande, Oregon, November
3, 1891. The cause of her death was
brain fever, after an illness of two
weeks and two days.
Sadly we long for her greetings
i enaer ana irue sne nas proven.
Oh! the hearts soonest hushed In their beat
ings Are the ones we so earnestly loved.
In Hood River valley, September 13,
18Hb, Charles Wells, infant child -ot Mr.
and Mrs. T. R. Coon, aged 1 year and
In the Barrett district, September 14,
1858, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J.W.
McChristian, aged 1) months.
In Hood River valley, September 17,
1896, Linton, infant son of Frank and
Minnie Caddy, aged 7 months. Fu
neral today, at 10 o'clock, from the rcs
J. K. Stranahan was born in Chester
field, Essex county, New York, Sep
tember 17, 1809; died in Hood River,
Oregon, September 10, 1896. Was mar
ried in Essex, Essex county, in 1830, to
miss 1'amelia Keynolds ot Burlington,
Vermont. They settled in Stockholm,
New York, where both united with
the Christian church. After living
many years in Stockholm, they moved
to Southern Michigan, where'they re
sided six years. They then moved to
Minnesota while it was yet a territory.
Here he spent two years teaching
school and was county school superin
tendent. Also was a teacher of vocal
music. He came to Oregon with his
wife In 1883, and survived her five
years. They had seven children, four
eons and three daughters, all of whom
are living. Deceased lived a useful,
Christian life, exerting a wonderful in
fluence for good. He was an educated
man and read and spoke French as
readily as his mother tongue. He was
a great reader, and books were a com
fort to him in his old age. Not twenty
minutes before his death he had been
reading the "Lives of McKinley and
Hobart" and laid the book down with
I tha . laoirna tvi n t'L-oi-1 clis.ii.i n 41in4- li n
j lacked only a few pages of completing
for the lust three years of his life this
book was his constant companion. He
made a practice of reading it through
once a year.
An adjourned meeting of the com
mon . council was held last Tuesday
evening.. The resignation of H. F,
Davidson as councilman was read and
accepted. W. N. WeSt was elected by
tire council to nil tne unexpired term
or Mr. uaviasou. Keport ot the treas
urer was read, showing $12.55 in the
city treasury. Ordinance No. 16. re
lating to license on .livery stables, was
caned up tor second reading and de
feated. A Card of Thanks.
We desire to tender our than ks to the
many friends for their kindness and
assistance during the long suffering of
our beloved little Ada and for their un
tiring assistance and sympathies, and
all other friends who offered their
assistance we will forever remember.
Many thanks to those who so nicely
decorated, tne grave with no were.
. , Doba McIntosh.
Mr. Hall, claim agent for the O. R. &
JN., was in ilood Kiver Wednesday,
looking into claims against the com
pany by several of our citizens lor stock
killed on tbe railroad.
The next meeting of the Travers
club will he held at the home of Mrs.
LaFrance, Monday evening, Sept. 21st.
Cof. H. Cardwell, surgeon general O.
N. G., inspected the hospital corps of
tne i uira Daiianou at iiood itiver last
night. , .
A meeting of citizens is called
for tomorrow . afternoon to consider
the matter of holding a horticultural
fair. By order of the Committee.
Capt. Ferguson and party returned
from Trout Lake last night.
Early risers witnessed a brilliant dis
play of northern lights at 4 o'clock this
- Rev. J. L. Hershner will preach next
Sunday morning and evening Sub
ject at morning service, "The Church
and the Family."
There will be preaching in the Val
ley Christian church Sunday, at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m., by Elder J. W.
Jenkins. His subject in the morning
will he, "After Death, What?" In the
evening he will preach on "Jesus as a
Giver of Bread." The Sunday school
and the Endeavor society will meet at
the usual hours.
Congregational Church Rev. J. L.
Hershner, 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 Suudny 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. .
CALL AND SEE THE "VIVE."
The No. 1 "Vive" holds 12 glaRS plates, or 36
films, or any combination of both; price $5.
The No. 2 "Vive" holds just double the No.
1; price 7.60.
No other cameras are so simple and true.
No other so Inexpensively and readily en
ables one to use glass plates or cut films, or in
No other will hold glass plates or cut films
so that 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 85 camera takes as large a picture.
No other so easy to understand and manip
ulate. WILLIAMS & BROSIUS,
Hood River Pharmacy.
To Berry Shippers.
There will be a meeting of the patrons and
members of the Hood Klver Fruit Growers'
Union on Saturday, Sept. 2ith, at 2:30 p. m. In
the Champlin building. The report of the au
diting committee will be given and matters of
interest to fruit growers will be discussed.
.H. F. DAVIDSON,
, , : , ' , - - Secretary.
The Time to Subscribe.
The old newspaper saying, "Now Is the time
to subscribe," was never more true than at
present. The times are so full of incldi nt, so
many important national and state affairs
are shaping themselves for a change, that no
one can afford to be without, a metropolitan
daily or weekl . The St. Louis Republic, the
greatest, democratic newspaper, is making a
special offer of Its dally and Sunday paper for
three months nt S1JX). It is iii a year by mall.
The Twiee-a-Week Republic is sent two times
aweek 104 papers for only one dollar a year.
in addition to an tne political news, it prints
every day a spread of general news and feat
ures not equaled oy any other paper.
WAN TED SEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN
or women to travel for 'responsible estab
lished house in Oregon. Salary 7K0. payable
J15 weekly and expenses. Position perma
nent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed
stamped envelope. The National, Star Build
ing, uuicugo, sejH
A. S. BLOWERS & CO.,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
FLOUR AND FEED.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
THE BIGGEST BU0T IN THE WORLD
1HAUL MAKn GOfrmGHT&r
T. C. DALLAS,
STOM AO MARE,
Pruning Tools, Etc. '
Repairing Tinware a Specialty.
MOUNT HOOD, - . - OREGON.
DR. E. T. CARNS Is now located tin Hood
River. First-class work at reasonable rates.
All work guaranteed. Office in the Langille
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 farming and timber lands,
Repaired and nil kinds of
E. V. HUSBANDS. ,
Also, Boots and Shoes repaired.
G. T. Prather,
H. C. Coe.
PRATHER & COB,
M Estate aifl team,
93 Oak St.,' bet. 2d and 3d.
UfA 1 tut. IiIaaLb nni ( 4U
town of Hood River: also, fruit, hay and Derry
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
ii you wtttii w ony, give us a can.
Deeds, bonds and mortgaees promptly and
We will also attend to legal business in lug-
We are also agents for SOUTH WAUCOMA
PRATHER & COE.
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-
?;ate from 5 to 9 o'clock, p. m., and those llv
ng north of same street, from o to 9 it. m.
In irrigating.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 prlvi
ege of irrigation.
HOOD RIVER SPRING WATER CO.
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.
V . Whole Wheat Graham
o , ' a specialty. ,
HOOD RIVER, r - - - - - - OREGON.
Mt.Hood Saw Mills,
' TOMLINSON BROS., Prop'rs.
FIE AND PIKE LUMBER
Of the best quality always on hand at prices
to suit the times. jy24
100 acres, 50 In cultivation; good house and
barn; 100 bearing fruit trees; well watered.
Price, $20 an acre.
50 acres, 3 acres cleared; 10 acres deadened,
ready to burn; new barn; perpetual strain of
water running (JO rods through the land.
Price, an acre. JOHN MONROE,
Hood River, Or.
My Photograph Gallery is open every Sat
urday. Popular prices. All work warranted.
When not- convenient to pay cash, will take
anything in trade I can make use of.
sll : . W. E. NEPF: Hood River.
PS! IN I
Pigs for Sale.
I have for sale a fine lot of pigs, at tl .50 each.
H. L. CRAPPER.
' . THE-
TIiBDafcPortlanfl & Astor'a
Navigation Co. :
Through Freight and
DaiW. Mas aid Portlanfl
All Freight Will Come Through
One way.... .' fiO
Round trip 2 60
Freight Rates Greatly
To tlb-e East,
Gives the choice of
ST. PAUL. Kansas City.
Low Rates to All East
ern Cities. 1
Leave Portland every five days ior
E. MCNEILL, President.
For full details all on O. R. fc N. Agent,
Hood River, or address
W. H. HURLHUHT.
Gen'l Puss, Agent,
78 Second St., , " .
THE DALLES, OREGON.
And Leaders of Fashions.
The largest and most complete assortment
of .American and imported English woolen
ever shown In the city. Latest patterns In
spring and summer suitings. Cull nnd in
spect stock and. get prices. .
from $18 to $25.
Dress Suits fooni $25 to "Ml
The modern stand
aid Farnily Medi
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment.
Is unequalled for Eczema, Tetter, Stilt
Klienui, Scald 1 lead, fcore Nipples, Clinppoc
Hands, Itching Tiles, liurns, Frost Bites,
Chronic Sore Kyesnnd Granulated Eye Lids.
For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con
dition try Lr. Cady's Condition Powders.
They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
loss of appetite, reliere constipation, correct
kidney disorders and destroy wonna giving
new life to an old or over-worked horse. 25
cents jier package. For sale by druggists.
For sale by Williams & liiositu.