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5(ecdUiyer (Slacier. i
Fubllslieu fevpry Friday by
Terms of Subscription S1.50 year wlion
paid In advance; 2 If not paid In udvancc.
FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1307.
The straw leery crop of Hood River
for this eau Is about ulf (shipped.
For some reason It was pot B full as
we had every reason to expect during
the growing season. The shortage is
wexounted fr in several ways. Some
think the mid weather in MreU caused
It, otheis tliat the hot weather in May
blighted the blooms: others say they
should have been watered earlier and
oftener, while others think they had
too much Some are Inclined to
think the Clark's Seedling Is running
out, that ttw lorries of this variety are
not so buge and do not ship as well as
formerly. This last vie may be the
correct one. It Is a well known fact
in HtiawUerry culture that, lo get the
bwt results, sets should be taken only
from young plants that have .not been
allowed to bear fruit. The demand for
Birawlverry sets during the past two
years has at times exceeded the supply,
mid buyers would , accept of plants
without inquiring how they were
grown and cared for. More care will
have to be used in selecting plants if
we to keep up the fertility of the
Clark's Seedling us well as the reputa
tjnn of Hood River for the best straw
berries. Plant none but the nwist vig
orous sets from young plants. No time
should be lost now in caring for the
patch from which you expect to take
pets for planting in July and August.
The plants should be trimmed and not
too many runners allowed to set, '' ;
It has always been our aim to raise
early berries, but for once we got there
too early. Tlijs year the California
berrjes were not yet out of market when
iir first shipments were made to Mon
tana, and wbau we shipped East in
rarloud Lots we came in competition
wltj) the Ijome-grown berries of Mis
pouri and Illinois und even Michigan.
The Eastern market would be all right
jiow for the growers of late berries fur
ther up the valjey if they had plough
t continue shipping in carload lots..
. . Tho comptroller of New York City
)um informed the board of aldermen of
that municipality that its expenses for
the next year will he $48,229,555. The
estimate does not relate to the "great
er" city After consolidation, but to the
present oily of New York, under p, "re
'form" administration. The most that
the cily cost under Tammany .rule was
j$33,001),O(K) a year. "Reform" in mu
nicipal government comes high but the
people must have it. . ' - -
The preepnep of OeneraJs Gordon,
Rucknfrr and Longstreet at General
4Ui.nt'8 tomb and the action of Com-mander-in
-Chiet Clarksou of the Grand
Army of the Republic in' inviting Gen.
John B. Gordon, commander in chief
of the Confederate Veterans, to deliver
fin address ttt the coining reunion ut
Buffalo of the Q. A. R,,are calling forth
fraternal expressions in the newspapers
nboiit the suryj vera of the blue and the
gray-- ' - " ' -
Mayor Pennoyer has removed John
Mi'ers, chief pf police in Portland, after
jxn ncunibency pf the office of only
three months. John Myers was about
. the only honest and worthy chief Port
land ever had- " , '-.
The hlgh-watpr scare is past for this
year. But it wil cpnie again, every
year, so Ipng as the great (lood of 1894
is not forgotten and the railroad bed is
not raised above high.-water mark.
i Yalley Center Happenings.
Strawberry season is drawing to a
close, and the crop has fallen short of
J. E. Scpbee came up from Portland
lust weev and spent a few days with
his family, who are visiting at Mr.
G. C. liusljnell's. Mr. Scobee returned
home Saturday, accompanied by his
iiitle daigiter Marie. - r
Mrs. Jen tile Giimore was called home
last week on account of I he serious ill
ness of her mother, . who resides at
Mr. Joe Porter visited Portland last
week on business. '
. Mr. Heunigan and family of Sher
liiim county visited w)ih Mr. Dave
Bo&rdmat) fpr some time last week
The (jlojslng exercises of the Pine
Grove schpo) took place at the school
house on Friday evening. June 4ih.
The exercises consisted of fons, recita
tions aiid readiiiK. and 'closed with a
'"Mother Goose cuptuta." Everything
passed oft very smoothly and in a man
ner that speaks well for the discipline
uuu uiiii given vy tueir icacner, Airs.
U. C. BushneU. .
Mr. Albert J. Mason of Portland,
who is improving a piece of land in
the valley, cpmes up every week or so
to oversee his prospective orchard. .
' Rot a Sheep Herder '"
The Clacjeh was misinformed last
week when it stated that a sheep herd
er had lost his horse by drowning at
White Salmon. Mr. Henrv Boven of
the Oregon Market, The Dalles, called ;
at the GLACJER tilHpe last Friday and
stated he was the man referred to in
the item, and that lie is not a sheep
herder but a butcher and Was on his j
way to Camas Prairie to buy beef cat-!
tie. He did pot like the idea of being
classed as a sheep herder. We don't'
blame him for that and cheerfully'
make the correction. He said no sheep
man wouid have had the nerve to slay
ulib his noise after be)ug bucked into
the river, as he did. The horse bucked
tor some time before he went into the
river, and bucked so hard that Mr.
Boyen bled from the lungs all that day
from the eilects of the slinking up re-:
ceived. The horse was badly used up!
and also bled internally utter being
hauled out of the water. Mr. Boyen
thinks he was saved from drowning by j
his bitr cowboy hat. which was tiirht I
on his head, and when his horse went
down into deep' water he went with
him till his big broad brimmed, hat
touched the water and buoyed him up.
Lie then treaded water till he worked
himself ashore. The horse was a thor
oughbred and belonged to -Deputy
Sheriff Kelly. . v ,.
" t:-- ,t.
In Memorinui. ' ; ; ; ? ,
Gertie M. Nickelsen, wife of Rev.
C. D. Nickelsen, and daughter of Rev.
J. W. Rigby, was bom in Bellmond,
Wright county, Iowa, . April 3, 1873.
Moved to Lewislon, Idaho, in 1879, in
company witli her parents, where they
resided for a number of years. After
ward siie came with them to Hood
River, in the fall of 1891, where she
formed ihe acquaintance of her hus
band and was married June 13,1893,
with whom she lived a. little less than
four years.' She leaves a husba'id, two
children, a father and three sisters,
with a large circle of friends to mourn
the loss of one they dearly loved. To
those who knew her sh needs no
praise to enhance their eslimnte, she
was mo true and careful in all her ways,
fche was a prominent example of what
our Christianity is able to do for the
young In years. It may be said of her
she was always a Christian, for in
truth she never seemed to be other
wise. To such a life death comes as
the dawning of an eternal day. . And
as such it truly was to heron l lie morn
ing of June Oth, surrounded by her im
mediate relatives, in Hood River, Ore
gon. , She expressed no regret nor
shed even a tear. But after bid.ling
each an affectionate good-by, she said,
,:Conie. Lord Jesus; come quickly,"
and quietly passed away.
High In yonder realms of light
- Dwell the raptured saint above;
Far beyond our feeble sight,
Happy In Immanuel's love.
Once they knew, like us below, N
Pilgrims in this vale of tears,
' Torturing pain and heavy woe.
Gloomy doubts, distressing fears.
Bi t those days of weeping o'er, ' v
- Sorrow they shall know no more t
-; Death Is swallowed up in life; -,'
, Jabur, In euirniil rest. -
.... J)atli of Harry Lackey.
Mr. J. J. Luckey received a dispatch
Wednesday evening from liU brother-in-law
at Tekoa, Wtish., stating that
his brother, Harry Luckey, in a fit of
despondency, had committed suic.de
at that place by taking laudanum. His
age was 82 The. remains will be
brought to Hood River for interment.
Deceased was raised In Hood River,
where he had many friends. . He was
of a jovial disposition and whs liked by
all who knew linn. His business was
railroading, but for the post four years
he had been out of work most of the
time. The remains are expected to
arrive here today (Friday), and the fu
neral will take place front the Congre
gational church at 2 o'clock. Rev. J.
L. Hershner will preach the funeral
sermon. Wuucoma lodge, No. 30, K.
of P., of which his brother J.J. Luckey
is a member, will take charge, and the
remains will be buried in the K. of P.
' Special Church Notice.
' Dr. Hint's has been called by Preside
ing Elder Warner to hojd a quarterly
service at . Pine, Grove next Hablmth,
where he will preach at 11 a. m. and at
2 p. m. He will preach ' in his own
church at Hood River at 8 in the even
ing, on "Ministering Spirits." A" cor
dially welcomed. ' - ' :
School Report. ' .',
Following is the report of Pine Grove
school for the month ending June 4,
1897: , Numler enrolled, 43; number
belonging, 28; average dally attend
a nee, 26. Pupils neither absent nor
taray: uiarence cieuapq. uiancne war
bison, Hester Harbison, Charley Luge,
Daniel Prather, Gladys Sears, Johnny
Smith. Nt absent but tardy: Cora
(Jlellana, kuius ordway, Aril ne Wln
cheli, Edith Winchell.
Mrs. Howell wjll have ice cream only
on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays,
unless ordered specially. She also keeps
oranges, lemons and confectioiiarles.
Measles are having a big run in the
town and valley. During the past
week, we learn, the children of
E. S. Olinger, Georjo T. Prather,
Dr. Adams, jas. E- Hanna, W.J.Baker,
Dr. Brosiuv S. J, tiaFiance, Henry
Howe, Cupt. Dukes, M N. Foley, B.
Warren and ('apt. Blowers have been
afflicted. MahJe Dukes, Fay LaFrance
and (Jlara lily the were very sick for
several days will) the disease.
1 Don't thin your blood with sassafras
or poison it with blue-mass; but aid na
ture by using DeWitt's Little Early
Risers, the famous 11 1 tie pills for consti
pation, liiliousness ana stomach ann
liver trouhles. Thev are purely vege
table. Williams jii'oslus. :
Trimmed hats at Mrs. Howells' will
be sold at a hiir discount from now un
til the 1st of July. Call and get prices
oetore purcnosing eisewnere.
Children's d"y t the Congregational
church has been postponed owing to
Ihe prevalence of the measles among
tne cuiinren. ;
Bicycle for Sale A $100 wheel for
less than half price. Inquire at the
Tekriblk Accident. It is a terri
ble accident to be burned or scalded;
but the pain and agony and the fright-
iui nisngurements can oe quK'Uiy over
come without leaving a scar by using
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. , Will
iams & Broslus. ' ; . "
Miss Niedermark, the milliner, will
be In Hood River this week only. .: :
Rev. T. L. Eliot. D. I)., will lecture
at the Congregational church on Tues
day evening, June 22d, on the subject,
'"lurkey-Greece." The proceedsot the
lecture (25 conts for adults and 15 cents
for children) will be ndded to the re
furnishing fund of the church. The
ladies' aid society, under whose aus
pices the lecture will be given, will fur
nish Ice cream und cake free to every
one who attends. . -
- Elder P. P, Underwood of Boyd,
Oregon, will preach at the Valley
Christian church, Sunday, .Junp 13th,
at Hi a. m. and ' 7:30 p.m. . Sunday
scliool and endeavor trill meet at the
usual hour. All are invited Jo attend-
The house of-Wm. Scobee, on the:
East Side, caught fire Wednesday!
morning. Mr.- Peter Molir and sin
John saw the blaze issuing from the ;
roof of the house, half a mile distant, ',
and ran to the assistance of Mr. Scobee,
arriving just as he ' was ahout to til'-'e
up the right with the flames. They
were soon joined by Mr. Feak, and in
about fifteen minutes the tire was sub
The Glacier is very happy to be
able to take back part of the sti-y it
published lust week about the 81 raw
lie rry patches of Harry Brown and J.
E. liiuns. . Mr. Binns sent us on Tues
day a lox of his berries, which were as
nne as any we nan seen tins season.
We are informed that the little yellow
lice lusted but a day or two, anil since
then both Mr. Brown and Mr. Binns
have lieen shipping as good a quality
of lierries as were grown in the valley.
Mr. F. E. Bailey bus decided lo leave
Hood River in the near future and
make his home in California. .
Col. W. G. Ronald, supreme repre
sentative of Washington and general
organizer for the endowment rank K.
of P., visited Waucoma- l'-dge' Thurs
day evening; also, James H. McKib
lien, publisher of ihe Senator and P. C.
Orpheus lodiie, No. 59, Portland.
J. W. Bailey and wife of Portland
culled at the Glacier office yesterday.
Mr. Bailey i editor of the Rural Spirit.
They are looking fora iurnished house,
which they will want the use of for
two or three months. . . V
Home-made bread always on band
at Mrs. Howells' millinery store. .
Don't neglect a cough lecause the
weather is pleasant; before the next
storm rolls around it may develop Into
a serious difficulty beyond repair. One
Minute Cough Cure is easy to take and
will do what its name implies. Will
iams & Brosius. - ; n , -
Col. L. V. Moore, Pacific coast repre
sentative of the Kimball piano and or
gan factories, is herewith a sample line
of their celebrated instruments. For
further details see his notice in this
issue. .; , : t - J ,- -
' "They are dandies, "said Thos. Bow
ers of the (-rocket, Texas, Enterprise,
while writing about DeWitt's Little
Early Risers, the famous little pills for
sick headache and disorders of the
stomach and liver. Williams & Brosius.
j Mrs. W. J. Campbell is again in poor
health. At one time, last week, she
was very low hut has since improved,
and her friends have hope that she will
soon be restored to health. -
Mr. Thos. McDonald is visiting in
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Adams of Port
land visited Hood' River Saturday aud
Sunday. ' ' : - '
" Wve have on hands a stock of pfows,
cultivators and a ffenuioe reversible disc
harrow which we will close out at cost.
We cannot order new goods and sell at
cost, but will close out what we have
ou hands on this basis. -
II. F. Davidson.
Brothers of the A. O. U. W. and sis
ters of the Degree of Honor have ac
cepted Mrs Jeweti's. invitation to
spend a day with her on her leautifiil
lawn, June 19th. All going are re
quested to be at the boat landing in
town in time to take I lie Regulator to
cross over. Hacks will I at the While
Salmon landing to carry children and
ladies'up the hill. Come -and bring
your lunoh baskets and all the children
and enjoy an ideal day out of doors.
, . - Sec. Pro tern.
Quarterly meetine next Sunday at
thf U. B. church. All are cordially in-
vueti to attena. . .
Mrs. McDonald and Mrs. Nichols of
The Dalles W. R. C. visited t'anby
Relief Corps at the meeting last Satur
day, f ' - - . -
Frank Soesle arrived here from Ma
rion Wednesday on his wheel.
A. H. Jewett of White Salmon pre
sented the GLACIER office with sam
ples of four kinds of seedling cherries,
three of which are fine and well worth
propagating. One is like the Black
Republican, but is three weeks earlier.
Anot tier is a large rea cherry shaped
like the May Duke, but sweet.
A parasol was left in the M. E.
church Memorial day, which Ihe own
er can have ny calling at this offlce.
' A pair of spectacles was picked up by
Capt. FergMsou aud left at this office
for the owner. '
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cunning, Mr.and
Mrs. L. Henry, Mrs. H. C. Coe, Mrs.
S. i R. Reeves and Mrs. Flatri; will
attend the G. A. K. and W. R. C. stale
encampment at Independence next
ween. ... . ; ,'
(JoTernment will Aid the Mazamas.
; Mr. William G. Steel has returned
from the East, where he went some
weeks since to promote the interests of
the Mazamas in connection with their
nroposed expedition to Mount Rainier
this summer. While iti Washington
he succeeded in inducing a numlier of
government bCienlitic. men to join the
mountain excursion. Everything that
Hie agricultural and geological bureaus
can do for Ihe benefit of the Mazamas
will be done. Instruments have been
lent from the weather bureau for mak
ing experiments. During his visit
East . Mr. Hteel experimented exten
sively in the making aud fly in if of the
new aud scientific form of kites com
monly known as parakiles, with a
view of sending up a numlier of kites
from the summit of Mt. Rainier. In
struments furnished by the weather
bureau will be sent up, attached to ihe
kites, and others uid be used for tak
ing observations on the summit of the
inouniaiii. A la lire American fluff will
also be sent up attached to a team of
kiies, and it is expected will reach a
higher elevation than the flag has ever
before at tained. : To some of ttiese kites
cameras will be attached for taking
photographs of the summit of the
mountain. The expedition will leave
Portland July 19th aud return August
;' After Many Years.' , -.
: ..' Heppner Gazette, v ,' ,
' John Simon, better known as "One
armed John," left yesterday for Phil
adelphia to see his wife and children.
John relate a peculiar story! Thirty
five years ago he left his wife and, ba
bies in Philadelphia, coming west to
seek his fortune, intending to return to
them and bring them to the "land of
the setting suii," when his means
wopld permit. Drifting down into
Arizona he hired out as a government
teamster, and to make a long story
fihnrt, lohh lost his right arm from an
Apache's rifle. John is a peculiar man
and he reasoned that he would be a
burden to his folks, and he resolved to
make his own way in the world and so
turned sheep herder. : And now, an
old man, be goes to see his family be
fore he dies. . He said that perhaps Ina
wife had married again he could not
blame iier if she, had.
'" - ' ' Born. .
In White Salmon, May 31, 1897, to
Mr. and Mrs. Fruk Groshong, a ten
,' . . Married. . '
In The DaMes, June 8, 1897, Mr.D.A.
Turner and Mrs. Laura Eu Frost. - -
Mr. Turner is one of the pioneers of
Hood River valley and a well-to-do
farmer. , His bride has been a resident
here for a numlier of yea"s. The Gla
CI Kit congraiula'e i lie happy couple.
;- v.";'''- v Hied.
In Hood Rier valley, June 8, 1897,
Amy Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
E. 0. Rogers, aged 12 yi ars
" Paris Ureen - :
Is chiefly arsenite ot copper. The In
secticide efficiency of Paris green de
iends upon the amount of arsenious
acid present, which is someuhat varia
ble, ranging from 54 to 01 per cent in
an analysis of five samples obtained in
the - market. Toe chemist - of the
Maine state college found 54, 55, 54, 55
and 40 percent of arsenious acid re
spectively. It is a very stable com
pouud, does not.readily suffer deterior
ation and may be safely kept in ordi
nary containers, in a cool, dry place.
- London Purple
Is chiefly arsenite of lime, a residue ob
tained in the manufacture of aniline
dyes. , It does not contain quite so
much arsenic as Par s green, and by
being a by product, it is not so constant
in its constitution. According to an
analysis by the chen'ist of the U. S.
department of agriculture, it hi s 43 per
cent arsenous oxide. A later analysis
by the chemist of the Vermont agri
cultural experiment station, it has
Arsenic (arsenous ox) parts 46.73
Iron and alumina 1.31
Sulphuric acid , .46
Paris green and London purple are
both dangerous poisons aud tire pecu
liarly in the province of the pharma
cist, for he is ihe the poison retailer and
.usually the only one having ihe facil
ities for guaranteeing, their quality.
We keep only the best qualities. : .
' V - ' lib, fill). 10 lb.
Paris Green..... , 30c 23c. 20c.
London Pu pie 25c. 20c. 15c.
. . , , Williams & Bnosius,
. ' ' ' .. . . Druggists.
Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the
Burton house. Burton, VV., Va., and
one of the. most widely known men in
the statv, was cured of rheumatism
after three years of suffering. Hesays:
"I have not sufficient command of lan
guage lo convey any idea of what I
suflered, my physicians told me that
nothing could be done for me, and my
friends were fully convinced that notli
ing but death would relieve me of my
sufteritiff. :In June, 1894, Mr, Evans,
i lien, salesman for the American Drue
Co., recommended Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. At this tinie.niy font and limb
were swollen lo more than double thcr
normal size, and it seemed to me my
leg would burst, but soon after I heirau
using the Pain Palm, the swelling be
gan to decrease, the pain to leave, and
now I consider that I am entirely
cured.. For sale by Williams & Brosius.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo .Quinine lab
lets. Williams & Brosius refund the
money if it fails lo cure. 25e. .
WANTED-SEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN
or women to travel for responsible estab
lished house in Oregon. Salary ;S0, payable
(15 weekly and expenses. Position perma
nent. Reference. Enclose sell-auurcssea
stamped envelope. The National, Star Build
ing;, Chicago. ..-. sepl
Land! Land! Land!
Three and one half miles mm town, 10 acres
for K150. 20 acres for $175, or 40 acres lor $425
cash; also good pine or oik wood, I Inc.ies or
4 f -t at going prices. Drop a card in oltlce or
call and see me at Barrett's school house tor
further Information. CHAH. ELKEY.
Notice to Stockholders.
EAST FORK IRRIGATING CO.
At a meeting of the directors, April 3d, an
assessmentof 10 per cent was voted, making
a total of 25 per cent. And now warning is
given that it Is probable that on the 1st of
July me 8ic win oe assessed in tun.
. , . EAST FORK IRRIGATING CO.
C. R. Bonk, Secretary.
To Residents of Rood River and vicinity:
Having decided o locate in Hood River. I
hereby announce that 1 am prepared to do
House Painting, Paper Hanging, WallTint
ing, etc., at prices to suit the times.
Soliciting a share of your patronage, I am
respectfully, - - ;
, E. H. PICKARD. .
1 ; s ; Hood River, Oregon.
To the citizens of Hood River and vicinity:
Owing to other business which makes it
Impossible to attend to Painting, etc., I have
decided to quit that line of business in favor
of E. H. Pickard, who, I tl ink, will give you
entire satisfaction. Thanking the public for
past favors and patronage, I am, respectfully,
m28 E. L. ROOD.,.
Owing to the limited amount of water that
can be furnished for irrigation, the Hood
River Spring Water Co. has adopted the fol
lowing regulations: ;
Parties living south of Oak-street will irrl-
?;ate from 6 to 9 o'clock, p. m., and those liv
ng north of same street, from 5 to 9 a. m.
In irrigating, the regulation half-inch nozzle
must be used, and the water applied in the
form of gyray or sprinkle and In no other
manner. - -
Terms for Irrigation Per lot, or fraction of a
lot, 75 cents a month.
' 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 ttje prlvi
ege of Irrigation. '
HOOD RIVER SPRING WATER CO.
Clod crustier and leveler. Adapted lo all
oils and all work for which a harrow is
needed. Practically Indestructible, Cheapest
riding barrow on earth; sells for about tbe
same as an ordinary dmg.
. . . ..." C. E. MARKHAM. '
. ' V Agent for Hood River.
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 piquire pf J., HEISUY,
That we will not be undersold '
by any concern in Wasco county.
REMEMBER, 'wi nA ra (h0 peorle l0 vrhora
T?TMVn.TVn?T? "R We never give short weight or measure: we give 111 ounces to the
fcv 1 1 t'l aijjj. XJ JUXi, pound, 86 inches to the yard and 100 cents worth of value for your
dollar. Call on us for a square deal. - . .
A. S. BLOWERS & SON.
- Our attention has been culled to the advertisements of a Dalles firm,
other than our Agents, offering Baker Barb Wire. . ; .,
Pease & Mays have been our Exclusive Agents -
At The Dalles for many years for the sale of our Baker Perfect Barb
Wire. . ,
Genuine Baker Wire can be bought only of them
.-' . .( - -: .- '.-.- '" -.
. ' This Wire is manufactured under our patents; the name is copyrighted, .
- and our attorney is now preparing, to bring suits against the manufac
turer of this spurious Wire, and we desire to give notice that all
Sellers and Purchasers Alike are Liable.
Cheap, undesirable articles of no merit are never imitated.
The great superiority of our wire has caused other -wire to be stamped ,
Baker. ' , " N
You buy Baker Wire, not on account of the name, but because of the .
superior excellence of the wire, which has been tested to your entire ..
1 . " aur.iafnrttmi . . --" v
Then Purchase Your Wire of PEASE & MAYS, ,
Our Accredited Agents at The Dalles.
For no other firm there has or can secure Baker Perfect Wire. -
' 1 , BAKER DEPARTMENT,
CONSOLIDATED STEEL & WIRE CO.,
M. J. McMANUS, Manager.
205 Oregonian Building, Portland, Oregon. ',
H. F. DAVIDSON,
F a, r jcl I jcxi. p lem outs
VEHICLES, GARDEN TOOLS, .
Grass Seeds, Fertilizers, Etc., Etc.
- ' , : ' 1 ' A new and cotnplele line of i .
Canton Clipper Chilled and Steel Plows a d
Cultivators, Planet Jr. Garden Tools,
Studebaker Vehicles and
Hardwood Repairs .
i GET PRICES BEFORF BUYING ELSEWHERE.
At the old stand, opposite Mt. Hood Hotel.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
. '- Successor to . L. Smith Oldest Established House In the valley.
' DEALER IN '''::.: -
Flour, Feed, Etc., Etc.
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Choice Fresh Meats,
Hams. Bacon, Lard, ,
And All Kinds of Game.
' ' ' ALSO, DEALERS IN
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
HOOD RIVER, i - . ' . . . . . OREGON,'
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER 6:?.".
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, etc., etc Agent for the Bridal Veil Lumber Company.
In the best and most artistic styles at the Old
Reliable Shoeahop one door west of post office.
Ladies' fine work a specialty. All work war
ranted, .. .... , . .C. WELDS, Prop'r. ,
Mt.Hood Saw Mills,
TOM LINSON. BROS.,. Prop'rs.
M AND PINE LUMBER
Of the best quality always on hand at prices
to suit the times. JjyM
Ray's : Little Cathartic
For constipation, headache, biliousness, In
digestion, sallow coniDlexion and diseases
arising from disordered liver, stomach and
Kidneys, rnce cents, ai. iub ukxi xviver
Pharmacy, -. . , ,
Wade's Worm Powders .
A Dleasant. Safe and efficient worm de
stroy er. Price 25 cents, at the Hood River I
Q. T. Phather,
H, C, CPU.
P RATHER & COE,
Real Estate and ton,
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 deslra.
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 ns a call.
Deeds, bonds and mortgages promptly and
Wo will also attend to legal business In jus.
We are also agents for SOUTH WAUCOMA
PRATHER & COE.
Monroe's Cough Balsom
A prompt and efficacious remedy for colds,
ooughs, influenza, croup, bronchitts, sore
throat, hoarseness and all affections of the
throat, lungs and bronchial tubes. Price 25o,
6Qc and 81, at the Hood River Pharmacy.
Lessons in Piano Music.
Miss Anna Smith has resumed tbe teaching
of Music, Her prices arc 50 cents a lesson, J W