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3ood Iiver Slacier.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1S90.
The mail arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts the same days at noon.
For Chenoweth,' leaves at 8 A. M. Tuesdays
iand Saturdays: arrives at 8 P. M.
For White Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.(
arrives at (1 o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and Glen wood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Frldavs.
Canby Post, No. 10, G. .V. R., meets at School
Blouse Hall, first -Saturday of each month
at 2 o'clock p.-m. All G. A. II. members In
vited to attend. The ladles of the Relief
Corps meet at same time In the adjoining
JOHN A. WILSON, Commander. .
M, P. Isenbkro, Adjutant.
Waucoma Lodge, No. 80, K. of P., meets In
(their Castle Hall on every Tuesday night.
W. H. Bisuop, C. Cf
J. B. Hunt, K. of H.4B.
, Riverside Lodge, No. 08, A O. U. W., meets
first and third Saturdays of each month.
8. J. LaFBANCE, M. W.
J. V. Watt, Financier.
H. Ij. Howk, Kecoi der.
Idlewilde Lodge, No. 107, 1. O. O. F., meets
In Fraternal hull every Thursday night.
O. B. HARTLEY, N. G.
L. E. Morse, Sec'y.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
iSw'eet apple cider at the bakery.
Tin cans and wax strings at Dallas.'
Bed lounges at S.E. Bartmess'for $7.50.
Gents and boys' hats at the Racket
Plenty of harness oil at the harness
shop now -
Blue stem wheat for seed at .the
Congressman Ellis will epeak at
Hood River October 3d.
Tvro small tracti 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.
For Sale A good as new 45-60 re
peating rifle, che.ap. Call at this otllce.
Saturday and Monday will be our
.grinding days during the fall and
winter. Harbison Bpos.
Philip Warren has discovered a diver
Jedite near Viento, which he expects
will make him a millionaire and all the
rest of us about here rich.
Mrs. H V. Nunn of Grand Forks,
!North Dakolu, Hiid son, L. W. Held
of Portland, were cues's Sunday of
' Mayor and Mrs. L. N. Blowers.
V. H. Bishop and family moved to
4 lie head of the ditch during the week,
where they will remain as long as the
weather will permit work on the Hume.
Mr. E. E. Savage will be at theolllce
of E. L. Smith on Saturdays prepared
to draw conveyances, examine abstracts
of title, write fire insuranco, negotiate
sales of real estate, etc.
D. R. Cooper of Mt. Hood went to
Portland last Friday to look for a mar
ket for his prune crop. He informed
I us he would have 8 or 10 tons of prunes
.and about 1,000 boxes of apples. '
The O. R. N. Co's timetable for
: Hood River is as follows; Westbound
overland, 5:50 a. m.; ' eastbound over
laiid, 9:45 p. m.; local passenger east
bound, 11:12 a. m.; local . passenger
weslbound, '6:'-d p. m.
F. R. Al)s'en and E. Locke have
Agreed upon a settlement of their land
dispute. After years of residence
upon their places side by Hide it was
found by survey that their supposed
boundary lines were not correct.
Rev. G. W. Barn hart cau)' up from
Portland last Friday, where he had
been visiting for a week after nt tend
ing tho Puget Sound conference at
Vancouver.' Monday h6 left for his
new field of labor at Arlington. .
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. Call
and get our cash prices before purchas
J. F. Reed left three large potatoes at
the Glacier office' last Friday. One
of them was cooked for supper for five
persons and there Wua enough leftover
,to fry for breakfast.' .They are of ex--ellent
quality. t'.. He -dug 800 pounds
from 11 rows. 30 yards long. A
September 17th a ''reunion of old
timers was held at the, home of J. R.
Warner, White. Salmon the occasion
being the 71st anniversary of the birth
of their guest, E. S. Jocelyn. Anion
those present we notice the name of
Mrs. P. G. Barrett of Hood River.
The O. R. & N. Co.- will sell excur
sion tickets to Portland and return, in
cluding two admission coupons to the
Greuon 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
ale. Ou Friday, September 25th,same
tickets will be sold for morning and
.afternoon trailjs 2t40, -
C. Af MarWiam brought to thecamp
Are last Saturday a hill of four stalks
of sweet corn, which he says is a fair
sample of tho kind grown on the Mark
ham runch. The four stalks were
about 12 feet high, with two ears on
ach. He had one-quarter of nn acre
of this corn ami says he has been feed
ing his cow for the past three months
on the fodder.' The, mammoth hill is
now at the Glacier office.
In a decent letter to the manufac
turers Mr., W.iF. " Benjamin, editor of
the Spectator, Rushford, New York,
says: "It may be .ft -.pleasure to you to
know the. uighiesteeni in which Cham
berlain's medicines are held by the peo
ple of your own state, where they must
te best ,knowu.5r An auntof mine, who
resides at , Dexter, Iowa, was aliout. to
visit me a few years since, and before
leaving home wrote me, asking if they
were sold here, stating if they were not,
she would bring a quantity with her,
jis she did not like to be without them."
The medicine 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, a'nd Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy for bowel eomplaints. .These
medicines have been in constant use in
Iowa for almost a quarter of a century.
The people ha(e learned that they are
.articles of great worth and merit and
unequalpd by any Other. They are for
wale liere by-'WjH'iams & Brouius, drug
gists. ."v;;- ,,r. : ,
M. V. Rand, Warren Wells, S. H.
Cox and Dan Smith went to Little
White Salmon last Saturday morning
on a fishing excursion. J. R. Rankin
took the party Uuwn in his gasoline
ferry boat and returned for them in
the evening and brought them up the
river by moonlight. The fishing was
good and the party enjoyed the trip
very much. Mr. Rand says he is now
prepared to believe Col. Sinnott'sstory
about crossing the river on the backs of
salmon in early days, and all other fish
stories. The government authorities
at the salmon hatchery will not allow
any one to fish in the river below the
hatchery, and looking down from the
bluff'on'e can see myriads of salmon of
all sizes disporting in the clear waters.
Rev. H. Moys, the new minister for
Belmont, has arrived with his family
and is occupying the Belmont parson
age. Mr. Moys stated to us tfmt when
he heard of his assignment to Hood
River he expected to be located in the
town, but he expresses himself as very
much pleased with his reception at
Belmont and the work in prospect for
him. His father-in-law, Dr. N. E.
Clark, a gentleman 80 years old. Iiv.es
with him. Dr. Clark served through
out the war as surgeon. He was a
delegate from the state of -Maine to the
first national republican convention,
held in Philadelphia in 1S56, and it
was upon' his motion that the party
was given the name "republican.''
John F. Dodson, while at work in
the timber for the Oregon Lumber Co.
at Chenoweth, last Friday, met with
an accident that will lay him off from
work for a couple of months. He was
helping to load a big log, when a fir
limb that had been loosened by the
falling of a tree and left dangling about
120 feet in the air. fell and struck his
hand, piercing it through and through,
and lacerating the hand in a fearful
manner. He had been watching the
limb, and had just looked up when it
struck his hand, else he would have
been struck on the head and instantly
killed. The limb was two or three
inches in thickness and fell with the
butt end down.
Mr. C. Welds made a valuable strike
on his place above (own, on the East
Side, during the week. His well that
he had dug some lime ago and walled
up with rock, caved in and he started
to dig another 8 or 10 feet away. R.M.
Hunt was engaged to. do the work, and
he had not dug more than two feet till
lie struck a strong current of water.
There seeems to be quite a large creek
flowing . underground. Mr. Welds
thinks the flow of this underground
stream is as much as Indian creek.
Rev. H. K. Hi nes preached in the
new Methodist church last Sunday.
He will fill the pulpit of this church for
the coming year. Mr. Hines resides at
University Park and will not move his
family lo Hood River before next
spring. He -fills .the chair of theology
at the Portland University, and finds
time to preach at the same lime. Mr.
Hines is glad to come lo Hood River,
and we feel assured his congregation
here will appreciate his coming.
W. H. Bishop moved to the head of
the ditch Wednesday and is occupying
I he Nesson house. Tuesday he finished
liuilding the mess house for Davenport
Bros. Yesterday Mr. Bishop com
menced building the four miles of
lUiuieand will continue on the same as
long ss the weather will permit outside
work. The saw mill is now in full op
eration and is cutting 5,000 to 8,000 feet
of lumber a day.
City Marshal Evans sold a bull" at
public auclion lost Monday, which was
bid in by L. Neff" for $2.75. The bull
was taken up I y the. marshal swine
time ago and placed in the city pound.
After diligent inquiry, no one could he
found to claim him. He is alout three
years old, brindle color, with right ear
cropped and slit, and had on a bell tied
with a rope. -
A man named Watson was afralgned
before Justice Prat her hn. Saturday for
stealing a watch from the residence of
Dr. Adams, and was held in the sum
of $500 to appear before the grand jury.
Watson was afterwards adjudged in
sane and sent to the asylum. He. was
from Castle Rock.
Hon. Harry Watkin, presidential
elector on the Bryan ticket, will ad
dress the people of Hood River, Thurs
day, October 1st, at 7:30 p. m., at A. O
U.'W. hall. N. L. Butler-will speak
here October loth.
A letter received from Mrs. L. H.
Adams slates that Mr. Pugh stood the
trip to Portland a.ll riiilit. Mrs Pugh
went down Wednesday, and both will
remain in Portland for a. couple of
A copy of the Lincoln (Kansas) Re
publican of Seplembei 17th, belonging
lo a subscriber at Hood River, is at the
Glacirr ollice. The name on tho ad
diess label got torn off in the mails.
Mr. H. ' Pugh, who has been quite
sick for siihie lime, is now in Portland.
Mr, and Mrs. L. H. Adams came up
from Portland Sunday and took him
home with them on Monday.
O. B. Hartley, while coming down
from the saw nii 11 at the head of the
ditch, li st. Monday, saw a young bear
cross tl e road just above Mr. D. Divers'
. What's the matter with that 5-ncre
tract of M. A. Conk's? It is offered for
$150, and there is land all around it
that-couldn't be bought for $100 an
J. H. Gerdes completed setting up
the kitchen range in the Mt. Hood ho
tel last Friday, and the fauge works
A letter from Rev. F. L. Johns,
dated M Fosil, September lUt.li, stated
that their baby was very sick.
The Pine Grove school will begin
Monday, October 5th, with Mrs. Bush
nell as teacher.
W. J. Baker and Frank Chandler
made a shipment of apples to Portland
0. H. Rogers expects to move into
his new house before the winter rains
set in. :'"'
Lost A small black sow p!g, about
10 weeks old. Inquire of E. L. Rood.
M. P. Isenberg will address the Mc
Kinley club at Eight-mile tomorrow.
The voters Of Belmont settlement are
said to be unanimous for McKinley.
Thos. McDonald, who has been on
the sick list, is again on the streets.
Miss Florence Bassoni of The Dalles
is the school teacher at Hosier.
Grandpa D. D. Rogers is very low
and is confined to his bed.
Joseph Frazier is plastering his resi
dence. Henry York was in town Holiday.
The camp fire last Saturday was well
attended, the weather was perfect and
a very ei.joyable lime was head by all
present. Capt. Dukes and Judge
Henry made a big camp kettle of ex
cellent coffee, and the ladies spread the
good things to eat under the spreading
oaks east of the big spring oh Captain
Blowers' grounds. After dinner short
addresses were made by Dr. Hines, Mr.
Cunning, C J. Hayes and others.
The members of the Hood River
Methodist Episcopal church met at
their new church last Monday with
their, pastor, Dr. Hines, to form plans
for the work of the new conference
year. It was decided to hold the ded
icatory services for their beautiful new
church on the 11th of October, and it
is hoped that Bishop Cranston can be
secured for the occasion. The outlook
for the year is encouraging for the so
B. F. Tucker is delivering to sub
scribers the book entitled "The Parties
and the Men; Political Issues of 1896."
The work gives a history of all parties
in our country from colonial times
down to the present day, all the party
platforms and sketches of the leading
statesmen. The issues of the present
campaign are fairly and impartially
Dr. Brosins was called down the
river yesterday, and as Mr. Williams
is stili at Cloud Cap Inn; he telephoned
for Henry York, who came down from
The Dalles and run the drugstore In
the doctor's absence.
Mrs. Cv A. Bell has been quite sick
for about two weeks, and it was the in
tention to send her to a Portland hos
pital, but she was better on Wednes
day and has since continued to im
prove. . '
Mr. J. H. Eggert of Salem was in
Hood River during the week. Mr.
Eggert is a. farmer and was looking
over our valley with a view to locating.
He is well pleased with Hood River.
The Moro Observer copied our re
marks about the vitality of Tillett's
trees, and says the same can be said of
his trees bought by Shermau county
A meeting for the purpose of organ
izing a Free Silver club will be held at
Rand's hall, Saturday, September 26th,
at z:ou p. m.
Blowers & Co. have fitted up a bed
room in their store, and V. JS. West
will sleep in it and keep away bur
glars. Wishart Bros, loaded a car here with
cedar posts from their place at Mt.
Hood, Wednesday. Will Edick helped
in hauling. .".-.','
Tuesday, Davenport's force of men
resumed operations on the rock .work
and are now blasting just below the
head gate. .
Hon. J. K. Weatherford of Albany,
who is stumping the state for Bryan,
will speak at Hood River, October 5th,
at 7.30. -
Mrs. A. P. Bateham has started a
dancing class for young ladies and will
give her first lesson tomorrow after
noon. Miss Delia Reed, who has been visit
ing her mother in the Crapper settle
ment, returned to Heppner yesterday.
E. L. Rood has been "painting the
roofs of Cnpt. Blowers and J. N. McCoy
with his asbestos roof paint.
The building for the new meat mar
ket of Han n a & Hartley is progressing
Italian prunes were selling in Port
land during the- week at GO ce-its a
Henry Prigge, J. C. Boggs and oth
ers are shipping apples to Portland.
J. H. Kuburg is building a residence
on fhe old Stanley place.
The Palijier democrats will not form
a cluu in Hood River.
. Programme. '
Following is the programme to be
rendered at the Frank ton school house,
Saturday evening, October 3d, at 7:30:
Opening soig Quartet, -"Memory's
Golden Shore."' :
Select leading Flossie Phelps. :
Recitation "Little Jim," Florence
Solo and Chorus "serenade" (an In
dian melody) Laura Ellis.
Recitation "How, Jennie Saved the
Train," Pearl Isenberg.
Dialogue "The Flags."
Music. i fr
Tubleau "The Niolo Group." '
Becitaiion "Little Chicks," Nora
Wallace. ' f '.
Duet "Good night," Ella Isenberg.
and Mabel Boorman.
Thirty .minutes recess ghost plates.
Scenes from Ghost Kingdom: Spec
tre, M. II. Isenberg. (Characters
"Schoolmaster," Tom Calkins; "Par
son," E. N. Blvthe; "bridegroom,"
Mel Foley; "bride," Madge Warren;
"school children," etc., represented by
pupils of the school.)
I. Scenes from Ghost School.
1. Going to school.
2. The roll call.: .
3. The reading cla's.
4. The spelling class. :
5. Recess. ;
0. Natural history class.
7. Gymnastics and ghost march.
II. After School Days.
.1. Going to see her. '
2. The courting.
3. The proi)ns:il; , '
4. The wedding. , .
5. The wedding dance.
IS. Farewell. , '
After which, as is the cape after all
festal occasions, the boy ghosts steal i
, 1 .x j t '
uieriiie.oiis, aim are niguieneo iroiu
their feast. . '-..' .
Come one and all and enjoy a good
laugh. Admission, 15 cents, or 25
cents a couple. Each ghost plate
served contains a nice lunch for two.
Price 10 cents a plale. Proceeds will
go to buy a cyclopedia for the school.
In Hood River valley, Sent. 25th-,
1890, Stephen Price, aged 74 years, j
Funeral tomorrow from the residence!
of T. R. Coon. Services at 10 o'clock,!
at the house. I
GRANT EVANS. Prop'r,
Post Ollice Building, Hood River, Or.
Baths Hot and cold, or salt and soda.
Service at the Congregational church
next Sunday, at 11 a. m. The pastor
will preach on "The iransnguratiou
and its Lessons." .
'Rev. J. T. Merrill of Dufur will
preach at the U. B. church, Sunday
morning and evening, October 4th.
Methodist Episcopal Church, H. K.,
Hines, D. D., Pastor Weekly services:
Sunday, 10 a. m., Sunday school; 11
a. m., preachingr 2:30 p. m., Junior
League; 7 p. m., Epworth League; 7:45
p. m., preaching. Thursday, 7:30 p.m.,
prayer meeting. Everybody welcomed
to these services. ,
Congregational Church Rev. J. L.
Hershner, pastor. 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
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.
The Diamond Hills at The Dalles
are paying 52 cents for Goldendale blue
stem wheat and 50 cents for club.'
50c. on the Dollar.
To the Ladles: We have Inaugurated a 80
days' exposition sale on millinery, commenc
ing Sept. lBth to Oct. 20th. PRICES CUT IN 2.
Ilon't iniss this opportunity to get your mil
linery at price. We quole a few of our
Long Feather Bows 66c each, each worth
81.26; French felt sailors, all colors, tec., each
worth tfl.25; French felt walking bats, all col
ors, 8ie. each, worth $1.50: silk velvet Tarn
O'Shanter hats, all colors, 1.00 each, worth $'2
velvet hats, handsomely trimmed, 83.85 each,
worth 85.00 to 7.00; handsome trimmed hats
from l.o0 to 3.00. Mail orders filled promptly
during thissale. '
254 Morrison St., Portland, Or.
As His Mother Used to Do.
He criticised her puddings and he found fault
with her cake;
Ho wished she'd mak? such biscuit as his
mother used to make;
She didn't wash the dishes and she didn't
make a stew,
Nor even mend his stockings as his mother
1 used to do.
His mother had six children, but by night
her work was done;
Ills wife seemed drudging always, yet she
only had the one;
His mother always was well dressed, his wife
would be so, too,
If only she would manage as his mother used
Ah, well! She was not perfect, though she
tried to do her best, -
Until at length she thought her time had
come to have a rest;
So when one day he went the same old rigma
role all through,
She turned and boxeJ his cars, just as his
mother used to do. , .
CALL AND SEE THE "VIVE."
The No. 1 "Vive" holds 12 glass plates, or 88
films, on any combination of both; price $5.
The No. 2 "Vive" holds Just double the No.
1; price i'7.50. ...
No other cameras are so simple and true.
No other so Inexpensively and readily en
ables one to use glass plates or eut llluis, or hi
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 (5 camera hikes as large a picture.
No other sp easy to understand and manip
ulate. WILLIAMS & BR0SIU3,
Hood River Pharmacy.
To Berry Shippers.
There will be a meeting of the patrons and
members of the H'Kd Hiver Fruit Growers'
Union on Saturday, Sept. 2ith, at 2:30 p. in. In
the Champlln building. The report of the au
diting committee will be given and matters of
Interest to fruit growers will be discussed.
H. F. DAVIDSON,
The Time to Subscribe. L
The old newspaper saying, "Now is the time
to su bscribe." was never more true than at
present. The times are so full of lucid' nt, so
many important national and state allalrs
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 daily and Sunday paper for
three months at 81.50. It is $i a year by mail.
The Twice-a-Week Republic Is sent two times
a week 104 papers for only one dollar a year.
In addition to all the political news, it prints
every day a spread of general news and feat
ures not equaled by any other paper. ,
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A. S. BLOWERS & CO.,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
FLOUR AND FEED.
. Country Produce Bought and Sold.
"THE BIQGEST BOOT IN THE WORLD
TRADE MARK C0PYRIGH1 tS ,
T. C. DALLAS,
- DEALER IN-
STOVES AND TINffAEE
Pruning Tools, Etc. "
Repairing Tinware a Specialty.
' Notary. Public,
MOUNT HOOD, - - OREGON.
DR. E. T. CARNS is now located lln Hood
River. First-class work at reasonable rates.
All work guaranteed. Office In the Langille
House. . JylB
C. J. HAYES, SUIiYEYOR.
All work given him will be done cor
rectly and promptly. He 'has a few
good claims upon which he can locate
parties; Doth farming and timber lands.
February, 1894. ,
Repaired and all kinds of
E. V. HUSBANDS.
. Also, Boots and Shoes repaired. -
G. T. Phathkk,
H. C. Coe.
PEATHER & COE,
Real Estate aal Msm
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.
, IJeeds, bonds and mortgages promptly and
We 'will also attend to legal business In Jus
We are also agents for SOUTH WAUCOMA
PRATHER & COE.
Owing to the limited amount of water that
can be furfiished lor irrigation, the Hottd
River Spring Water Co. has adopted Hhe
Parties living south of Oak stfeet will Irri
gate from 5 to I) o'clock, p. mi, and those liv
ing norm oi same street, irom o to u a. 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 oftendiug 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. II er prices are 80 ctnts a lesson. J 10
Harbison Bros., Prop'es,
, Manufacturers of
Flour, Feed and all kinds of cereals ground.
Whole Wheat Graham
a specialty. : "
HOOD RIVER, - - - - - - - OREGON.
Mi. Hood Saw Mills,
TOMLINSON BROS., Prop'rs.
M il PINE LUMBER
Of the best quality always on hand at prices
to suit the times. Jy21
100 acres, 50 In cultivation; good house and j
barn; iuu bearing milt trees; wen watered.
Price, $20 an acre.
50 acres, .1 acres cleared; 10 acres deadened,
ready to burn; new barn; perpetual stream of
water running ;0 rods through the land.
Price, m an are. JOHN MONROE,
.lj'24 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 mnke use of.
all , ' W. E. 'NEP F: Hood River.
Pigs for Sale.
I have for sale a flue lot of pigs, at SI .SO each.
H. L. CEAPPER.
S;' jvV ESTABLISHED 1843
T&e Dalles, PorflaBfl & Ate
Navigation Co. '
Through Freight and
All Freight Will Come Through
One w&y .. ..$1 54
Round trip. . .. 2 50
Freight Rates Greatly
i W. C. ALL AWAY,
i General Agent.
THE DALLES, -- ' OREGON
To tlb-e East,
Gives the choice of
, TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL
BxrjijA.n iu9 uxun V suit,
ST. PAUL. Kansas City.
Low Rates to All East
Leave Portland every five day Sot
E. MCNEILL, PresHdeiit.
For full details call on O. ft. A N. Agent,
W. It HTJRtEintT.
. Sen'l Pas. Agent,
: r 78 Second St., -THE
And Leaders of Fashions.
The largest and most .complete assortment
of American and imported English woolenx
ever shown In the eity. Latest patterns I
spring and summer suitings. Call and In
spect stock and get prices. . '
from $18 to $25.
Dress Suits fooni $25 tm 30.
The modern stand- i
aid Family Medi
cine: Cures the
ills of humanity.
Chamberlain's Bye &nd Skin Ointment
Is unequalled &r Eczema, Tutter, Salt
Rliim,tieald lleailbore K'rppfc, Chirpix:
Hands, - telling l'iles, !wrns, Fiwt IJiieg, '.
CUronicSone ICyesaiul GnuMilated Eye Lids.
For sale liy druggists t &entii box.
' TO -HORSBOWirarBS.
For piitljug a liorse nt a fine liealtliy .con
dition tiy Dr. Jitdv's Coiidiliou 1'owders.
Xliey lone up tlie system, jud Tigealoii, cure
loss or appetite, relieve conslifiyi&.ii, correct
kidney (lisonlei-s and destroy wwums, giving
new i "e lo sin old or over-worked Iioi-se. 2i
cents per package. For wild ly di uggista...
For sale ly Williams & Biositw.