2Keed iiver Slacier FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1S97. THE MAILS. Th mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o' clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de parts '-ie same aays a. noon. For Chenoweth, leaves atH A.M. Tuesdays and Saturdays; arrives at 6 P. M. for White Salmon leaves daily at 1 P. M.; arrives at 6 o'clock P. M. From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil mer, Trout Lake and Gleuwood Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. SOCIETIES. Canby Post, No. W, G. A. R., meets at School House Hall, first Saturday of each month t 2 o'clock p.m. AllOf A. R. members in vited to attend. The ladies of the Relief Corps meet at same time in the adjoining room. S. F. BLYTHhS, Commander. C. J. Kayes, Adjutant. , . . ,,. Hood River Camp, No. TO, W. O. W. Meets In I. O. O. F. ball second Wednesday of each month. F. C. BKOS1US, C. C. H. Hkkx, Clerk. Waucoma Lodge, No. 80, K. of P., meets in their Castle Hall on every Tuesday night. , W. H. Bishop, C. C. Wk. Haynes, K. of R. & S. Riverside Lodge, No. 88, A O. TT. W., meets first and third Saturdays of each month. 0. L. MORSE, M. W. , I. V. Watt, Financier. , , . . , H. ti. Howe, Recoi der. ," Idlew,lde Lodge. No. 107, 1. O, O, F meets In Fraternal hall every Thursday night. THUS. LACY, N. G. F. E. Jones, Sec'y. - BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS. , Ladies' shirt .waists at the Racket Store. , ' . Rev. J. VV. Rigby has been granted a pension. . ' Order your rubber stamps. M. H. Nickflsen is agent.; : j'. ' ' : x, " Save the wrappers of Hoe Cuke soap; , ; they are worth le each. . W. & B. Horse and light wagon and harness for sale by P. F. Cordes. Lou Morse Is authorized agent for all newspapers and periodicals. Mr. ( D. Hlnrichs' returned yester day from a trip to McMim. ville. Did you notice how pure and white Sea Fo'uin washing powder looks? Mrs. E. J. Hay nes went to Portland i last Friday, to rettiain altout ten days. If your teeth need attention, call and see Dr. Jones. Prices very reasonable. ' We presume vou tisesoap,Riid if so the ttest is cheapest. Hoe Take is strictly pure, with no free alkali. Be sure and hear Nnrcissa White Kinriey next Wednesday evening. You may not have another chance. A washing powder that is yellow will make dot lies I he same color. Avoid this by using Soap Foam. Wnlfard & Bone. The Regulator company contem plates giving an excursion by one of their boats to Astoria. Lye packed in sifting top can Is pure granulated potash. Allotherseonfaiu a large port ion of salt. . Ask for Red Seal. Don't let the cat lick the dishes, liiit make nice soft soap with Sea Foam. Di rectinns on the package. V. & B. Til left gives away with ever bill of trees sold a sample of the coffee berry Be sure and icel a sample, and grow your own coffee. . Croup and whooping cough are child hood's terrors; but. like pneumonia, bronchitis, and other throat and lunar trouble, can be quickly cured by using One Minute Cough Cure. Williams & Bros! us. . ' . Dr. N. A. Jones, dentist, has located permanently at Hood Kiver. He has tile latest improved methods for doing all classes of dental Work. Unconditional surrender, is the only terms the famous little p'lls known as . DeWitt's Little Early Risers will make with constipation, sick headache and stomach troubles. Williams & Brosius. H. A. York has just received a fine line of harmonicas, violin strings and bridges, at reduced rates. Prices, from 10c to 50c. , When a cold is contracted, cure it at once. One Mil. ule Conh Cure will set you on the road to reeovery in a minute. It will cure pneumonia, hronchii'is, croup and all forms of -lung and throat troubles. Williams & Brosius. - Karcissa W. Kinney is considered one of the ablest speakers in Oregon. Come and, hear her next Wednesday evening, at the M. E. church. The subject of her . lecture will be ''The Spirit of, the Age." Personal. The gentlemen who an noyed the congregation last Sunday by continually coughing will find instant ' relief y usinn One MinuteCouith (Hire, " a speedy and harm less remedy for throat and lung troubles. Williams & Brosius. Last week's Agriculturist contains a well-written composition by Miss Hul dah Rankin of White Snlm'on, entitled, "A View from My Window." Miss ' Rankin is a pupil of H L. Howe's school. It should he made a matter of public knowlege that DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve will speedily cure piles of the long-' , st standing. It is the household fav orite for burns, scalds, cuts, bruises nd sores of all kinds. Williams & Brosius , Not only acute lunsr troubles, which may prove fatal in a few days, hut -old chronic roughs and throat troubles may receive immediate relief and he perma nently cured by One Minute Cough' Cure. Williams & Brosius. Mr. Matt Russell, who for some time has been assistant artist in tht-tonso-rial parlors presided over by Mr, Grant Evans, has gone to Wasco, where he will run a business of his own. When the spring time comes, "gentle Annie," like all other sensible persons, will cleanse tile liver and renovate the svstem with DeWitt's tiittle" Early Risers, famous little pills for the liver and stomach all the year round. Will iams & Brosius. , '. 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 finish ing lumber on hand, good and dry. Call and get our cash prices before pur chasing elsewhere. . '' r , 'c. Crows dug up about 5,000 of Mr.A.P. Bateham'8 newly-planted strawberry plants, last week. The plants were among those set on his ten acres leased ' of Dr. Adams. Thirty years Is a long time to fight so painful a trouble as piles, but Jacob Mitchell, of Unlonville, Pa., stnifffirled that long before he tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, which quickly and Dermaneutly cured him. It is equally effective in eczema and all skin aflec- tlong. Williams & Brosius, ' Little brown birds are destroying the fruit on prune, plum and cherry trees. Mr. M. V. Ruud's orchard of Hun garian prunes will be almost a total failure on account of : the ravages.'of these pests. -They light, upon a branch of a tree and clean It of Its blossoms and embryo trult, leaving only the stems, These birds were imported a few years ago. by our city friends. They are le coming more and more plentiful every year. On account of several stores opening up in my line of goods, I And that! shall have to. .branch out into some other line to make up any losses I might have, by competition. There- fore I am triad to announce to the dud- lie that I will take orders for boots and j "Hipped to near by marKe s. By this shoes made to measurement, the cost I arrangement w.e will avoid shipping of which will ho no mom than th!ur ripe berries .to distant market, ready made shoe vou buy here in the stores. ' 'louie and have your measure. ment taken and have a pair of shoes fit you. - .. , E. V. Husbands. The Woman's Missionary Society will give a concert on Sunday evening, at 8 o'clock Select readings will be rendered by Mrs. J. H. Dukes and Mrs. J. F.. .Armor, and recitations by Miss Kate Wolftird, Miss Agnes Dukes, Graces Prather and others. Special music will be furnished. The public is cordially invlred to attend. Don't spoil your waiion by putting on some unsuitable springs just to haul your strawberries on, but go to David son ana get a set or improved noisier springs, which are of service the year round. They don't wear out. You can get them with a capacity of 900 pounds up to 4,000 pounds. A petition to the Common council is being circulated, asking that body to!as,8'Knea 80,,,e 1.' " the ;,ourer take measures to provide water for pro- j lection against fire, and if necessary, to oomi tne town. jiveryoony recognizes the fact that our town is sadly in need of protection against fire, and we hope tne petition will cause denuite action. s Mr. T. C. Dallas yesterday received a telegram slating that his sister, Mrs. Burke of Kansas, would lie on the'2:30 train this morning, on her way to Portland. Mrs. Burke is an invalid and will go to a hospital In Portland. Mr. Dallas met her on the train and accompanied, her to Portland. lit the latest list of names of persons lo whom pensions have been granted we are pleased to note the name of Rev. J. V. Rig by, formerly of Fossil. He is et thin old and feeble, but In'his day was a hard tighter for his country and his God. Fossil Journal. . , J. W, Divilbiss, son-in-law of Rev. H. Moys, who went to Rosslaud last fail, was taken sick, with pneumonia, and afterwards his lungs became af fected and he was advised ly his phy sicians to go south. He is now in Ki'v eiS'de, Cal. ' -' ' ...... The local ad vlsory loard for Hood River of the Children's Home Society is as folio s: President, Mrs. P. U. Barrettf vice president, Rev. J. L. Heivhner; secretary, Mrs. S. E. Bart mess; treasurer, O. L. Stranahan. AlioutSOmen are now employed on the Improvement Co.'s ditch and at the saw mill. A. Bell, manager, says the ditch will be completed and waier running through the whole length of it by the 15tli of June. Mr. A. B. Jones arrived home Mon day from Grand Forks, B. C. He has secured some mining property in that wonderfully rich mining camp and will return to it after he has harvested his big strawberry crop.,. - The basket supper and social held at Pine Grove, lat week for the benefit of Rev. H. Moys, was a grand success, and every one enjoyed the evening. The minister received $0.35 in cash, be fides the provisions donated. Supervisor Forties Is doing a good job of road work on the state road, and the same will be appreciated by t lie berry ttrowers wheu they haul their berries to town. , " ' -. iMr Wm. Yates received his, com mission on Wednesday last as post master at Hood River and will take charge of the office tomorrow, May 1st. Mrs. Win. McFall and Mrs. Frank E. Hart of Portland, mother and sister of O. P. McFall, came up Monday and are stopping at Mrs. John Parker's. , Mrs. A. W. Rains, sister of the Morse brothers, arrived here from Kansas, last Saturday, and will make her future home In Hood Piver. T. H. Clark went to the hot springs at Cascades,ye8terday, where, he will remain for a week, hoping "to benefit his' health. , Land buyers are coming into the valley, and hardly a day passes but there' is a sale of laud tin the prospects of the ditch. ' Rev. J. L. Hershner will be ahsent next week, attending the Mid-Columbia associailon at Lexington, Morrow county. Mrs. J, B. Hunt is quite sick with something like catarrhal fever. Her mother, Mrs. L. Henry, is attending her. W.-W. Blanchard, who was killed In the street-car accident in Portland, was a resident of Hdod River in 1889. Elwood Luckey lost his bicycle wrench on the road to town. Finder will please leave it at this office. The editor , has been farming this week. If the paper Is better l ban usual it should be laid to his absence. Regular ttionthy meeting of Canby post, G. A. R., tomorrow, at 2 o'clock. A full attendance is desired. For Sale A span of fine driving horses. .Call on or address . W. E. Kahler, The Dalles, Or, Mrs. E.'V. Husbands returned last Saturday from a week's visit to' Port-laud.t-. " . . j . ','-Mr- and Mrs.' C R. Bone have heen Visiting In Portland for the past few days. Dr. T. L. Eliot came up from Port land Wednesday, returning home to day. . r v- Now is the time to order "repairs for Osborne machinery.. C. D. Henkich. . Mr. James Hoag, now of Wasco, was In town last Saturday.. ' The Columbia river is again rising The fruit crops of Hood River were never more promising. ' Ripans Tabuies cure liver troubles. ' ; Ripans Tabuies: pleasant laxative. ' . Ripans Tabuies: for eour stomach. A good country local: "Uncle Dad' Prather is rapidly reeoverinir from the itch; and attributes his cure to the free application of lemon j uiee."-Mt. . Mo riah (Mo.) Advance, . , Borry Crates Must Contain Full Weight. Hood River, April 28, 1897. Editor Glacier: The board of directorsof the Hood River Fruit Growers' Union'in- structed the committee on distribution to see that all crates shipped shall be packed full, to weijh fiom 80 to 8: . pounds, so that the crate will con.ini 24 pounds of berries, net. All birr must be prime, not being under size nor imperfect in shape nor over lipe. The committee is instructed to take such means as they find necessary to get and maintain, such a pack. All prime ripe berries are to lie parked in crates separate from berries not over r'Pe n.d uiarkea ripe, as they can be where they are sure to arrive in p o conditibn or spoiled, bringing nothing ana injuring the sale "t prune hemes N. C; Evans, Secretary. Home from Brazil. Rev. Frank Spaul ling, at one time presiding elder of tuis district, accom panied by his family, has relumed from Brazil, and will henceforth res di' somewhere in the United States. Mr. Spaulding went to Brazil as a mission ary about four year ay;o, and has been laboring in that fl Id until recently. Mr. and Airs. Hpaul ling reached JNew York ou ihe 15th of ibe present mouth, and at once started f-r their old home in Oregon. Mr. Sauidint! arrived here this morning, while Mrs iSpauld ing stopped at Columbus As yet Mr. Spaulding has not deiermined where he will locate, thou tr'i will no dount be trui-v, HI. ail vvciiis lie will ihi retui 11 111 Brazil, the climate there having proven very injurious to his heah h. Mouu taineer. W. C. T. U. County Convention. The county convention of the Wo men's Chrislian Temperance Union will be held in Hood River, May 5 and 6, 1897, at the M. E. chu'eh. F 1 . w ing is the programme: . Wednesday, May 510:30. Devotional meeting. Roll cull of coun: ofih ers. , Roll call of county superintendents. Appointment of committee on reso lution. Appointment of press reporters.. ll:30-Hpur of prajer. Announcements and adjournment. Afternoon 2 O'clock. ... Devotional meeting. Reading minuiesof morning session. Report of coumy president, Mrs. Louisa Bishop. - , Report of county secrtary Mrs. Ersula Dukes. Report of coun y treasurer, Mrs. Leslie Butler. M usici ' Reports of county superintendents. Evangelistic, Prison and Jail, Mrs. J. H. Cross. . ; Mothers' Meeting', .Mrs. Rebekah Wilson.. . . Flower Mission, Mrs. G. P. Crowell. Peace and Mercy, Mrs. L O. Stuart. Music. W. C.,T. U. bed .1 contest, Mrs. J.E. Barnelte. Narcotics, Mrs. Ersula Dukes. Parlor Meetings Mrs Emma Trask. - Scientific temperance instruction, Miss Cheese. Report of entertainment committee. Music. Announcements and adjournment. Evening Session 7:45. Music. ' Scripture lesson.' Prayer. W. C.T. U. state song. Address of welcome, Mrs.E.L Smith. Response, Mrs. Smith' French. Music. Lecture, State President Mrs. N. W. Kinney. ' Collection. , . Music. Announcements and adjournment. Thursday, May 6 9:30. Devotional meeting. ' Reading minuti-sof previous meeting. ' Election of county officers. Election of cou uy delegates. Question box. " Appoiutment of county superintend ent. Reports of com riittees Unfinished biHiiiess. .." New business. Adjournment. , We extend a cardial invitation to all to be preseut during the convention.' Mrs. Louisa Bishop, President; . Mrs Eksul Duke, Cor. Sec'y; Mrs. Ida Justice, Kec Sec'y; - Mrs. Leslie Butler, Treasurer, Executive Committee. On the morning of Feb. 20, 1895, I was sick w ith rheumatism, and la in bed until May21t, when I got a liotlle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. The first application of it relieved me almost entirely from the pain and the second afforded complete relief. -In a short time I ws able to ie up ami about again. A T. Moreaux, Luverne, Minn. Sold by Williams & Brosius. It is, or should he, the highest aim of every merchant to please his customers; and that the wide-awake drug firm of Meyers & Eshlemaii, Sterling, III., Is doing siij is proven by the following, from Mr. Eshleruau: "In my sixteen years' experience in tlie drutf business I have never seen or. sold or. tried a medicine that g ht as good satisfaction as Chamlierlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy." Sold by Williams fc Brosius. "Have Yon Anyllina Gool to A lady asked us yesterday, and Corn, Peas, Wax Beans, Pie Squash, Gooseberries, Fresh Cheese, Split Peas, Cornmeal, Hominy, Corned Beef. Chip Beef, Codfish, . . . Roast Beef, Beef Extract, Pine Apple, ; Peaches, Pears, Potted Ham, Jellies, Jams, Tomatoes, . WOLFARD Hood River and ; Church Xotlces. Rev., J. T. Merrill will preach at the fraukton school house, nunnay. May 2d, at 3:30. Sunday school at 2:30. Congregational Church Rev. J. L. Hershner, pastor. Worship, with reaching, will be conducted every Minda.v, at 11 a. m. and 7 30 p. m., uii- ss otherwise announced. Prayer neeting and Sunday sctiool conference on Wednesday evening. Christian Endeavor society on Sunday evening. All who attend these services will be made welcome. , Methodist Episcopal Church, H K., Hi i ics, D. I),, Pastor Weekly services: Sunday, 10 a. m., Sunday school; 11 a. m., preaching; 2:30 p. m., Junior League; 7 p. m., Epworth League: 7:45 p. m , piddling. Thursday, 7:3u p.m., prayer meeting. Everybody welcomed to these services. Rev. H. Moys will fill appointments for the conference year as follows: He will preach at Pine Grove every first and third Sunday at 11 a. in.; at Bel mont at 7:30 p. m. Belmont, every second and fourth Sunday, at 11a m.; Cropper school house, 2:30 p. m.; Pine Grove, 7:30 p m. Fifth Sunday, at Mt. Hood, at II a. in. United Brethren Church Services. Preaching each Sabbath morning and evening. Sunday school at 10 a. in.; Junior Endeavor, 3 p. m.; Senior En deavor, 0:45 p. m.; nreaching, 7:30; prayer meeting and choir practice Wednesday evening. v Rev. J. T. Merrill, Pastor. Tews Service Extended. The St.Louis Republic recently made arrangements wiih the cable companies whereby direci news from all sections of the civilized wnr'd are received. It now prims more authentic foreign news than any other paper and continues to keep up its record for publishing all the home news The outlook for the year is one of big events, fast succeeding each other and they will be highly In teresting toVveryone. The price of the Republic daily is $6 a year, or f I 50 for three months. The Twice a- Week Re public will remain the same ,$1 a year, iiv mail twice-a-wesk. Save lour Fruit and tJrain. Few realize that each squirrel des troys $1 50 worth of grain annuully. Wakelce's Squirrel and Gopher Exter minator is the most effective and econ omical poison known. Price reduced to30 cents. For sale by Williams & Brosius, agents. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine lab lets. Williams & Brosius refund the money if it fails lo cute. 2ou. Wanted-kkveral faithful men or wompn lo travel for responsible estab lished house In Oregon. Salary so. payable $16 weekly and expenses. Position perma- nent. Reference. enclose, seii-nddressea stamped envelope, lng, Chicago. , The National, Star Bulld- 8ep4 ORE30N Poultry and Supply Co. (Incorporated) COMS'0 1EM1JTS. HANDLERS OF Fancy and Market Poultry, Game, Eggs, Butter, Cheese, Dressed Hogs, Veal, etc. Farm and Garden Products, Green and Dried Fruits, Poultry Sup plies ot every description, Nursery Stock, etc., etc. 124 First St., Portland, Oregon. Horses for Sale. I have three or four good work horses for sale or for trade. Apply to ap30. . J. W. FORBES OAK GROVE Stt, Grain and Ml Mel, E D. Calkins, Pnp'r. - Horses broken; single and double drivers for sale. L. Morris, trainer. Eight miles west of Centerville, Wash. ap23 House and 3 Lots. House Containing 5 rooms, and three lots on corner of block, situated in Waucoma addi tion. Will be sold cheap. For further partic ulars inquire of L. HEN BY. Lessons in Piano Music. Miss Anna Smith has resumed the teaching of Music. II er prices are 50 cento a lesson, j 10 The Glacier - V"' BARBER SHOP. GRANT EVANS. Prop'r, Post Office Building, Hood River, Or. Fruit Ranch for Sale. Sixty acres of land on the East Fork of Hood river; 8 acres cleared; 500 fruit trees in full bearing, 11 years old; plenty of water for irrigatlor; good house ana barn. This place is in the apple belt; no pests on fruit trees Apply to D. R. COOPER, Mt. Hood P. O., Hood River Valley. $20 an Acre., Eighty acres of land in Hood River valley for sale nt $30 an acre. Good improvements; 1Y, acres in strawberries: 40.1 apple trees, and plenty of other fruit to supply a family; nine acres in cultivation, nemy oi waier ior irri gation from private ditch. This place is one of the earliest in the valley for strawberries. For further pa.-ticulars address the Glacier. Eat?" we gave her the following list: Ketchup, Pearl Barley, Germ Meal, Whole Wheat Flour, . Hams, Shoulders, Sorghum Molasses, Macaroni, , Cookies, Honey, & '. BONE, ' White Salmon. AND ' Is now open for business, Perfumery and Toilet Articles, Always on band. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded and Prices Hecuionable. At the old stand of the Glacier office, Hood River, Oregon. H. A. YORK, Proprietor. O. FREDENBUEG, Notary Public. N MOUNT HOOD, - - OREGON DENTISTRY. DR. E. T. CARNS is now loeated in Hood River. First-class work at reasonable rates. All work guaranteed. Olllce In the Langillf House. Jyl HARNESS Repaired and all kinds of HARNESS GOODS Sold by E. V. HUSBANDS. Also, Boots and Shoes repaired. Columbia Nursery Offers a large stock of Fruit Trees and all oth er kinds of nursery stock. All trees are weM grown, carefully dug, free from pests and triu to label. Whether you want one tree or 1,000 it will pay you to examine this stock. Re member, trees grown here give the best satis faction. No trouble to show goods. Order filled on short notice. II. C. BATEHAM, Hood Kiver, Oregon. Three miles south, on Mt. Hood Road. Hood River Nursery WM. TIL LETT, Proprietor. T Blunted 3M trees bouifht of Wm. Tillet last spring, and they are all doing finely, an. I never lost a tree. . WM. DOORMAN. I nlfinteri over "00 vounar aDtle trees lai. spring, boughtof Wm.Tlllett. They all livei ana some nave matie 4 leei growui. ue. trees to grow I ever bought. IJrnp aronn and see them. - JJ. GIBBONS We clanted over 1100 trees bought of Wn Tillett last, spring. They have all made good growth, and we have not lost a tree. Dron in and see the trees I bought fror Tillett 18 months ago, and you will see tl best 10 acres of young orchard in Mount Hoi district, or Hood River, either. PIONEER MILLS Harbison Bros., Prop'rs, Manufacturers of 0101 Lite Dressed and Undressed Flour, Feed and all kinds ofceicals group. Whole Wheat Graham a specialty. HOOD RIVER, OREGO. Mt. Hood Saw Mills TOMLINSON BROS., Prop'rs. FIB AND PINE LUMBE1 Of the best quality always on hand at price lo sun me umes. jyn Eay's Little Cathartic mis. For constipation, headache, biliousness, in digestion, sallow comp'etion and disease, arising from disordered l;ver, stomach am kidneys. Price 25 cents, at the Hood Rivei Pharmacy. Wade's Worm Powders A pleasant, safe and efficient worm de stroer. Price SJo cents, at the Hood Kivei Pharmacy. . Monroe's Cough Balsom A prompt and efficacious remedy for colds, coughs, influenza, croup, bronchitis, sore throat, hoarseness and all affections of the throat, lungs and bronchial tubes. Price 25c, 60c and 81, at the Hood River Pharmacy. .... Child's Castor Laxative A vegetable remedy for regulating the stom ach and bowels of babies and children, con taining no opium, morphine or other harcot ics. It is harmless, pleasant to take and a most valuable remedy. Price 2j cents, at the Hood River Pharmacy. - . Ripans Ripans Tabuies. Tabuies cure nausea. : at druggists. Ripans Tabuies: Ripans Ripans Ripans Ripans Ripans Ripans R pans Ripans Ripans Ripans Ripans Ripans Tabuies Tabuies Tabuies Tabuies Tabuies Tabuies cure d.zziness. cure headache, cure flatulence, cure dyspepsia, assist digestion, cure bad breath, cure biliousness. Tabuies Tabuies : one gives relief, cure torpid liver. Tabuies Tabuies Tabuies : gentle cathartic. cure indigestion. Tabuies cure constipation- T. C. DALLAS, DEALER IN- STOVES AND TINWARE, Kitchen Furniture, PLUMBERb' GOODS. Pruning Tools, Etc. Repairing Tinware a Specialty. Paper Hanging. E. Ii. Rood, who has had 8 years' experience In the buslnessof paintingand paper hanging, is ntw prepared to do this kind of work for citizens of Ttood River. He ran furnisn the paper and put it on your walls at Portland prices. - 4 carrying a full line of ' and Patent Medicines, Tot2n.e East, Gives the choice of TWO Til A NSCO N TIN EN TA L 23 O "CT T B S at Via Via SPOKANE, DENVER, Minneapolis OMAHA AND AND ST. PAUL. Kansas City. Low Rates to All East ern Cities. TIMETABLE FOH HOOD RIVER WEST BOUND. f I,' Union Pacific............ 2.3S A. M. o. 3, Spokane...'- 9.27 A- M. EAST BOUND. To. 4, Ppokane 5.1.1 P. 5C in. 2, Union Pacific .12.09 A. M. OCEAN STEAMERS Leave Portland every five days for SA N FRAN CISCO. E. McN EI LI,, President. For full deail catl on O. R. A N. Agent ood River, or addresfr W. II. HUItLBURT, Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or. . - . THE-- REGULATOR LINE." PliBlallBsa Forflaiifl & Astoria Navigation Co. f hrough Freight and Passenger Line. ilyM. All Freight Will Come Through Without Delay. PASSENGER RATES. One way......... $1 Round trip.i 2 50 Freight Rates Greatly Reduced. W. C. ALLAWAY, ' " General Afit-tit. THE DALLES, -- ORECON G. T. Pkathek, It. :. Cob. Notary Pubjle. PRATHER & CCF, Real Estate aid teas, 93 Oak St., bet. 2d and 3d. We have lots, blocks and acreage In th town of Hood River; also, fruit, hay and norry fnrtns and tlmher claims In the most deslni- ble loraiions in the valley. If yon lmve 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 and correctly execuled. vve win aiso auena to legal ousintm iu jun tices' courts. We are also agents for SOUTH WACIYjMi property. PRATHER & COE- . . ap27 ' . Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting inci dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye an I Skin Ointment. Many very bad case have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, fiwfr bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. I)r. Catly's Condifion Powders, aw just what a horse needs when in bad condition . Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food bt;t medicine and the best in use to put n h-ir.so'in prime condition. Price 5 ..i.;. ; : j'".kn:?o. . . For sale liy Williams & lirul: s.