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yiiood Jiver Slacier
FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1807.
Th mall arrive from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts 'he same days at noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at A. M. Tuesdays
And Saturdays; arrives at 8 P. N.
For White Salmon leaves daily at 1 P. M.;
rrlves at 6 o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and G leu wood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Canby Post, No. M, G. V. R., meets at School
nuuwj nan, nrst oauiruay 01 eaon montn
t Si o'clock p. m. AUG. A. R. members tn-
vitea to attend. The ladles of the Relle
Corps meet at same lime in the adjolnlns
rmna. o. r. BLriiic, uommanaer.
C J. Hayes, Adjutant.
Hood Elver Camp, No. 2"0, W. O. W. Meets
m i. u. u. f . nun secona Wednesday or each
monin. u. BK.us.lliS, v. U.
H. Hknn, Clerk.,
Waucoma Lodge, No. SO. K. of P., meets In
uieir uasue nan on every i nesaay night.
V. H. Bishop, C. C.
Wm. Haynbs, K. of R. S.
Riverside Lodge, No. 8, A O.'TJ. W., meets
nrst and third Saturdays of each month.
0. L. MORSE, M. W,
. J. F. Watt, Financier.
H. L. Howl, Reeoi der.
Idlew.lde Lodge, No. 107, 1. O. O. F meet
ra f raternal nan every Thursday night.
TH03. LACY, N.
F. E. Jones, Seo'y.
The weather is all riht.
Seven dollars for lumber. Sv T)r.
Khiishs whole or cracked corn at the
Backet Store. , ,
W. T. HIbbard has moved into part
or j.vW. mgoy'8 nouse.
; 6a ve the wrappers of Hoe Cake soap;
iney are worm ic eacn. vv. a ii.
Win. Yates, P. M., is authorized agent
for all newspapers and periodicals
Mr. Joseph Frazier is engaued calci
mining the interior of the Congrega
'Jnas. iilrey oltern some barirains in
land 10 acres, $150; 20 acres, $275 ; 40
acres 4aa. see U is ad.
We presume vou use soap, and if so the
w 'St is nenpest. Hoe i:ake Is strictly
pure, witn no tree alkali.
Don't fail to hear the lecture of J. L
Mitchell at the hall of the Maccabees
next Tuesday evening. Free to all.
T m: II.... u I Tit ' - i.
prising nurseryman, was in Vancouver
Monday, Hucuring orders for Iruit trees.
A washing powder that is yellow will
make clot lies the same color. Avoid this
by using Soap Foam. Wolfard & lione.
Lye packed in sifting top can is pure
granulated potash. All others coniain u
large ponton ot salt. Ask tor Ked Seal.
Don't let the cat lick the dishes, hut
make nice soft, soap with Simp I'onm,
Directions on the package. W. & B.
Miss Mary Frazier came tip from
Portland Wednesday. She lias been
reappointed for the third year as teach
er in the Failing school.
The Hood Eiver Fruit Growers'
'Union will lie prepared to shin tilaik-
berries, prunes and all other kinds of
fruit in season. Mr. Joseph A. Wilson
will have charge of the shipments.
You may hunt the world over and
you will not Mud another medicine
eiUal to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea- Keniedy for bowel com
plaints. Forsule by Williams & Hn.sius.
Cultus Indian Dave lost the key to
the padlock tl) -it locks his house Any
body finding and returning it to Dave
will receieve his thanks in broken
English, Slwasli and Chinook.
Capt. F. M. Jackson, J. B. and M.V.
Band, A. B. Jones of Hood River
went to Portland to hear Hon. W. J.
Bryan discourse on silver, and nil
speak in complimentary terms of his
Through some misunderstanding,
J. L. Mitchell, deputy supreme com
mander of the Maccabees, did not ar
rive here last Saturday, but will be
here next Tuesday and deliver a lec
ture at the A. O. U. W. hall.
;Uev. U.W. Higby of Athena. Oregon,
a cousin to our townsman, uev. j. w,
Kigby, stopped over in Hood River,
Tuesday, on Ids way home trom Port
laud. He is an old soldier, having
wrved t hrnnirhntir. t.hn war in lh With
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
"Last summer one of our grand-children
was sick with a severe bowel
trouble," says Mrs. E. (. Gregory of
Fredericksburg, Mo. "Our doctor's
remedy hail failed, then we tried Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, which gave very speedy re
lief.".. For sale by Williams & Brosius.-
Mr. . Joseph Frazier has a Siberian
crab apple tree, one year old, that is
bearing fruit. He bad several apples
on the live trees of this variety set out
last spring, but the jaybirds have been
eating uie nam oi me lenuer iiihiicocs
and have destroyed all but one of the
Two hundred gypsies are on the way
from Wamio to The Dalles. If they
are allowed lo come to The Dalles they
will likely come to Hood River. We
have no use, for 200 gypsies, begging
and stealing their way through our
valley, and hope the authorities of The
Dalles will succeed in heading them in
some other direction.
Mr. Fred Bailey returned from Cal
ifornia last week. About a month ago
he went to that state expecting to make
it his permanent home. He traveled
over the state considerably, especially
the rich Santa Clara valley, and conies
back convinced that Hood River val
ley is a better country and is batisfied
to remain here. Mr. Bailey is one of
our most enterprising farmers and
fruit growers, and we are glad to learn
that lie has come buck and decided to
All those who want dental work of
atiy kind done in good rirst-class shape
will do well to call and see Dr. E. T.
Cams and get his prices. Any one
wanting to know what kind of a work
man Dr. Cams is, ean find out by ask
ing his nearest neighbor, as his work is
well known throughout the valley and
his prices are as reasonable as any den
tist lit Wasco county. Plates, either
upper or lower, just us cheap as the
cheapest. . r
Mr. O. Fredenburg, mail carrier to
Mt. Hood, tied his horse, a young stal
lion, in the yard at Geo. . Crowell's
store, Wednesday. The horse . soon
alter became frightened, broke loose
and ran out on the street, where
kicked the light wagon to which
was attached to pieces. At Blowers;
corner he ran into the wagon of Mrs.
R. Howells, where he was caught, but
not before he hud dished a wheel in
the wagon of Mrs. Howells. Mr. Fred
enburg had to hire a team to take
himself and mail pouch to Mt. Hood.
The little local ad in last week's
Glacier, offering baled timothy hay
at $11.50, brought a good many answer's
and they are still coming. 'The hay
was all aoM flit ahitia rlav Iht n n.i I
necessarily come down on account of;
this sale. The party selling needed the :
money, and he took this means ot rais
ing it quickly. All of which shows
plainly that if you want to sell any
thing it pays to fix a price that will at
tract customers and it pays to adver
The team belonging to the fishermen
on the sandbar below town, which is
used for hauling out the seine, took a
notion to run away, one day last week.
They ran into the river, where the
horses became separated, and one fetch
ed up in the branches of a willow tree,
while the other went down the river,
floating and swimming by turns, till
it was fished out, all right, at Vieuto,
seven miles below.
Mr. W. H. Perry found a check on
Ladd & Tilton's bank in his front
yard, lust Friday, where it was being
blown about by the wind. It was
drawn in favor of C P. Ross or bearer,
and was leit y Mr.' Perry at the Gla
cier office for the owner. Mr. Perry
is unable to account for the check be
ing dropped in his front yard, as nei
ther his chieken coop nor watermelon
patch is located there.
Mrs. Robert Wallace and child, Mrs.
Dom Zan, Miss Zan, Mrs. W. H. Hurl
hurt and children, Portland, and Mrs.
Frank McFarland of Heppner, are
slopping at the Potter house at Bel
mont. During the encampment Mrs.
Potter hud Governor Lord, General
Beebe and other higli officiuls of the
Orego-i National Guard as guests.
The people of Hood River appreciate
the opportunity of getting denial work
done ut home at reasonable prices. Dr.
Jones has succeeded in establishing
popular piices within reach of all. It
is only necessary to cull and consult
with him to be convinced. Please re
remember that we are here to slay.
The Glacier office was presented
last Saturday by Mrs. A. R. Brkett
with a lot oi peaches of the Alexander
variety. . . lhey were very larite and
flue. White Salmon is always ahead
when it comes to something curly and
good in the way of fruit.
Mr. J. W. Morton presented the
Glacier oflk-e with a small box of
upricois grown on his ranch. . He says
tins delicious liiut docs well on his
place and thinks he can raise it in
great quantities. "
Miss Irene Calhson has lately fin
ished tenoning a term of school near
her home at Jasper; Lane county, und
lius accepted a school ut Echo, Uma
tilla county, for the full term, beKin-
mug (September 1st.
There is good luck in the number 13
tins jear, uuer all. From the 13 bills
sent out two mucks ago 13 dollars huve
oeeu received. We will now uivo our
VVulerberry 13 winds every day, for
A parly of twelve persons from Port
and rtent to cloud Cup Inn Wednes
day. This evening Geu. lieebe uud
purl,y are expected to arrive here on
their way lo die mouiituiii. .
Rev. J. T. Merrill and Mr. Rossman
went tu Slierniuu county Monday, the
former to remain a lew days, while the
latter will be gone ubout six weeks, eu
guged in ounuiiig a house.
The Advent Christian church asso
ciation have decided to build a church,
aiiJ will bund on laud lecently pur
chusid of John Pui'Ker, on the norlh-
est corner of his place.
J. D. Weems, merchant of Lepas,
iS. M., is v.siwiig his sister, iVlrs. W. ti.
i'eriy, whom he had not seen for 25
euis. lYir. Weems is uelihied with
Hood luver. ,
The many friends of W. H. Perry
will be pleased to learn that the old
veteran lias been grunted an increase of
pension.. He' now receives $o a mouth.
E. H. Pickard has lieeu doing some
artistic woik in paintii:u and deem ai-
ig II. A. York's drug store, niuuiug it
u tiling ot beuuiy inside and out. . -
Mrs. Inez broadbeiil was among
those w ho ieceieu teachers' ceruiicutes
mil the siule supeiuiieiidentof Wash-
liigton at tbe'May examination.
A great liiany Hood Kiver people
will go to Etisieru Oregon to Worn
through the hur est, which promises
to be the biggest on record.
Gladys and li libertine, little daugh-
lei s ol Herbert Perry of Portland, are
visiting their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Vv. H. Perry. ;
Caleb Richuidson is visiting his
folks at Ddiey uud is expected . home
today, accompauied by his sister Slelia.
Mrs. Lyman Smith came up front
Astoria last week and is combining
business with pleusure during her visit.
Mr. M. N. Foley has been quite ill
for the past few days with an attack of
his old trouble, hemorrage of the lungs.
Mrs. Ed Miller and three children of
Scholia, Oregon, are vit.iling her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frazier. -
Mr. Nichols moved Monday from
Lyman Smith's place into the Kelly
house on Mrs. Alma Howe's place.
Mrs. Howells has a lot of lemons and
oranges left over from the encampment,
which she is selling at cost.
The steamboats still land at the de
pot. The high water keeps up longer
than usuul this season.
Miss Anne Smith went to Portland
Saturday uud will go to the coast be
fore her return home.
W. II..; Bishop is putting in 'boxes
and acting as guuger for the Improve
.Miss Alice Cleaver has been quite
sick for several days but is no im
proving. T lie Observer says harvest in Sher
man county will begin In earnest next
Dr. Jones will take fruit, produce,
wood, etc., in exchange lor dental work.
Mrs. Rossman returned Monday
from u visit to Vancouver.
Miss Clara Blythe is visiting friends
Death of a Mountain Climber. ,
Frederick Kirn, a retired grocery
man of Portland, arrived at Cloud Cap
Inn last Sunday. Monday morning
he . he started for the mountain, intending
to iro to the summit without the assist
ance of a guide. Mr. W. A. Langille,
proprietor of the inn and one of the
best of mountain guides, warned him
of the dangerous places and pointed
out, with the aid of field glasses, the
dangerous places to be avoided on the
mountain. During the day, Mr. Lan
gille watched him from the inn and
saw him leave the trail and follow a
he hud warned him against.
and Kirn soon passed out of sight be
hind a spur ot the mountain. At ;:30
in the afternoon, Kirn not putting in
an appearance. Mr. Langille became
alarmed for his safety and started in
search of him. Kirn's trail could be
easily followed to within 700 feet of the
a ...it A tut,. ...:.. i. .
the regular trail and led away to a
treacherous, rock-covered district near
t lie head of Newton Clark irlacier.
Here Mr. Langille discovered to his
horror that the unfortunate man had
been caught in a mass of sliding rock,
which he nan probably loosened with
his feet, and had been carried with it
swmiy to the brow or a precipice be
low, over which the furrows made in
the snow by the small avalanche dis
appeared. Working his way cautious
ly, and with t lie skill of the veteran
mountaineer that he is, to the edge of
the curt, Mr. Liangille saw the body ly
ing among tne loose rocKs 7U0 reet be
low. His death had been swift and
terrible. It was then 8:30 o'clock and
growing rapidly dark. Mr. Langille,
being all alone, could not bring the
body back to the inn, and after night
fall would have had to take desperate
chances even to reach it. He there
fore returned ' lo the inn, which he
reached at ,10 o'clock, and telephoned
to to the police station in Portland.
The family of the unfortunate man
was notified, and C. R. liieger, his son-in-law,
came to Hood River and took
home the body Wednesday. Coroner
Butts was also notified and went to
Cloud Cap Inn Tuesday, where a jury
was impaneled, which found a verdict
in accordance with the facts above
stuted. Kirn fell and slid down the
mountain about 1,500 feet, the last 700
feet being a perpendicular cliff'. His
neck and both legs were broken. The
coroner's party assisted Mr. Langille
to recover the body and arrived at
Hood River with it at 1:30 Wednesday
Wm. J. Bryan In Hood River.
Hon. Win. J. Bryan passed through
Hood River at 12. o'clock Monday
night on his way 'to Pendleton. He
had been asked by telegraph by parties
in Hood River if he would. show him
self on the platform of his car and give
a short talk, and was promised thai, a
big crowd would greet him at the de
pot. He replied that he would show
himself but could not make a speech,
owing to the great number of speeches
he had made during the day and the
necessity of saving his voice for the
speech at Pendleton. When the train
arrived Mr. Bryan stepped out on the
platform and about 25 or 30 of the 150
people present had the privilege of
shaking hands with him. He asketl
several questions about our town and
wanted to know if there was a river
near by from which the town took its
name. As the train pulled out three
hearty cheers were given for "the next
In the sheriff's office, July 12tli, Jus
tice Filioon performed a wedding cer
emony that was a little out of the or
dinary. George Ellick, a Hood River
Indian brave, had won the affection of
Nellie Arqui, a dusky maiden, also of
the classic shades of the riverside city,
and had the knot tied according to the
laws of the white man. This is El
lick's third, venture in the matrimonial
field. His first t wo marriages were ex
ecuted in accordance with Indian cus
toms, but neither proved binding, both
his first wives having broken their
vows to ever cherish and obey, so he
concluded to have his third wife tied
to him by more lasting bonds. Times
Mountaineer. "The course of true love never runs
smooth." The happy couple had no
more than reached their wigwam from
their wedding trip when, by oider of
the cruel white man's court, George
was arrpsted by Constable Olinirer,
charged with stealing a revolver at The
Dalles, and will spend his honeymoon
in the county jail.
.1 V M. . Church.
On Sunday morning at 11 o'clock,
the pastor will preach on "Born from
Above." Mrs. E. L. Struble of Port
land will sing two soils, one before
and one at the close of the sermon. In
the evening at 8 o'clock Mrs. Struble,
who is a most able spiritual teacher as
well as an accomplished singer, will
deliver a discourse m "The Power of
Thought." She will also conduct the
singing in connection with the choir
and congregation. It will well repay
everybody to hear Mrs. Struble, both
in her singing and speaking.
. H. K. Hixes.
The Normal Institute.
The Wasco county normal institute
met at The Dalles last Monday. The
following persons were present at the
opening: C. L. Gilbert, John Gavin,
J. S. Landers, Melissa Hill, Louise
Rintoul, Lena Shell, Catharine Dav
enport, Curtis Egbert, Frances Foutsj
Minnie Elton, Nona Rowe, Emma
Roberts, Magie Flinn, Tena Rintoul,
Mrs. James Wilson, Clarence Gilbert,
Hattie Stirnweis, Ada Bell, Maude
Gilhert, Cora Stanton, Katie Cooper,
Ella Cooper, Nan Cooper.
Vim, vigor antl victory, these are the
characteristics of De Witt's Little Early
Risers, the famous little pills for consti
pation, biliousness and all stomach und
liver troubles. ; Williams & Brosius.
Grasshoppers are now worth 50 cents
a bushel in South. Dakota, that being
the rate paid by the state authorities
for the destruction of the insects.
A paper read by A. C. Huff bafore
the Sherman county horticultural so
ciety, entitled "A Few Points on
Pruning," is published in full in the
Observer of July 14th. Mr. Huff- U
making a success of growing fruit in
In The Dalles, July 9, 1897, David
A. Maxwell and Mrs. Jane A. Wat kins,
both of Sherman county; tiev. J. T,
Rev. J. W. Jenkins will pleach Sun
day at the Valley Christian church.
morning and evening.
Services at the Odelt school house
will hereafter be held at 11 o'clock in
stead of at 3 o'clock, each Sunday.
Troy Shelley. Pastor.
Methodist FJpiscopaf Church, H. K.,
Hines, D. D.,- Pastor Weekly services:
Sunday, 10 a. m.. Sunday school; 11
a. m., preaching; 2:30 p. m., Junior
.League; 7 p. m., Epwortn L,eugue; 7:45
p. in., preaching. 1 uursday, 7:30 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 thira csunaay at li a. m.; at Bel
mont at 8:00 p. -in. Belmont, every
second and fourth Sunday, at 11 a. m.;
Crupper school house, 2:30 p. m.; Pine
Grove, 7:30 p. m. Fifth Sunday, at
United Brethren Church Services.
Preaching each Sabbath morning and
evening. Sunday school , at .10 a. m.
Junior Endeavor, 3 p. m.; Senior En
deavor, 6:45 p. m.; preuehiug, 7:30;
prayer meeting and choir practice
Rev. J. T. Merrill, Pastor.
Vive Cameras and Photo Supplies.
A fine stoak on hand. .'Vive cameras
are much improved $5 size holds 18
Kiass plates or ou cut nuns or any com
binalion of same; . $7.50 size holds
double. Nothing like them for satis
faction in snup shots. . '
Williams & Brosius.
There is a time for everything, and
the time to attend to a cold is when it
starts. Don't wait, till you have con
sumption, but prevent it by using Une
Minute Cough Cure, the great remedy
for coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis and
all throat and lung troubles. Williams
& Brosius. ,
"I crave but One Minute," said the
public speaker in a husky voice; and
then he t.iok a dose of One Minute
Cough Cure and procet did with his ora
tory. . uue Minute i;ougn cure is une
qualied for throat and lung troubles.
Williams & Brosius.
To Cure a (Told in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine lab
lets. Williams & Brosius refund the
money if it fails to cure. 25c.
It heals everything except a broken
heart, may be said of DeWitt's Witch'
Hazel Salve. Piles and rectal diseases,
ciits,burns,bruises.tetter,eczema and all
skin troubles may be cured by it quickly
and permanently. Williams & Brosius.
Reasons Why Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy
Is the Best.
1. Because it affords almost instant
relief in case of pain in the stomach.
colic and cholera morbus.
2. Because it is the ouly rpmedy that
never fails in the most severe cases of
dysentery and diarrhoea.
3. liecause it is the only remedy that
will cure chronic diarrhoea.
4. Because it is the only remedy that
will prevent bilious colic.
5. Because it is the only remedy that
will cure epidemical dysentery.
6. Because It is the only remedy that
can always be depended upon in cases
of cholera infantum.
7. Because it is the most prompt and
most reliable medicine in use for bowel
8. Because it produces no bad results.
9. Because it is pleasant and safe to
10. Because it has saved the lives of
more people than any other medicine
in the world. -.,'-
The 25 and 50c sizes for sale by Will
iams & Brosius. '
As a precaution against accidental
poisoning, the German government
has passed a law requiring all drugs
intended for internal use to be put in
round bottles, and those ' which are
only used externally to be placed in
It is shown by the annual report of
one of the largest mining companies in
Colorado that since the organization of
tlie company the average cotrt of pro
ducing $1 in gold has been 37 cents.
The felt sombrero is regarded as more
of a protection against heat than the
straw hat in the hottest countries. It
keeps out the hot air, which the latter
lets in. The principle is exactly that
recognized by the Arabs of the desert
und the Hindoos of India, who pile up
fold after fold . of linen turban over
their heads and between their skulls
and the tropical sun. -
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At the old stand of .the Glacier office, flood River, Oregon. ,
H. A. YORK, Proprietor,
M. S. &
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Of Hood River can ftirninh comfortable
tty. Heavy draying and transferring done
MOUNT HOOD, - - OREGON.
DR. E. T.. CARNS is now located in Hood
River. VirHUclass work at reasonable rates.
All work guaranteed. Office in the Langille
Repaired and all kinds of
E. V. HUSBANDS.
Also, Boots tcai Shoes repaired.
Offers a large stock of WruH Trees and all oth
er kinds of nursery stock. All trees are well
grown, carefully dug, free from pests and true
to label. Whether you want one tree or 1,000,
It will pay yon to examine this stock. Re
member, trees grown here give the best satis
faction. No trouble to show goods. Orders
fllled on short notice. H. C BA.TEHAM,
Hood Kiver, Oregon.
Three miles south, on Mt. Hood Koad.
Hood River Nursery
WM. TILLETT, Proprietor.
I nlanted S50 trees boueht of Wm. Tillett
last spring, and they are all dolus; finely, and
I never lost a tree. . WM. BOOKMAN.
I Planted over 700 young apple trees last
spring, bought of Wm. Tillett. They all lived,
and some have made 4 feet growth. Best
trees to grow I ever bought. Drop around
and see them. J. J. GIBBONS.
We planted over 1100 trees bought of Wm.
Tillett last spring. They have all made u
good growth, and we have not lost, a tree.
DroD In and see the trees I boneht from
Tillett 18 months ago, and yon will see the
nest iu acres oi young oicnara in aioudi xaoou
district, or Hood River, either.
u. tt. uiurfin ouxn, Jit. noou.
Harbison Bros., Pkop'rs,
Flour, Feed and all kinds ofceicals ground.
Whole Wheat Graham
. a specialty.
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GRANT EVANS. Prop'r,
Pnafc Of. R.ilHtno-: Honrl River. Or.
B ' - i - -
T. C. DALLAS,
DEALER IN .
iTOVEu AND TfflM,
Pruning Tools, Etc.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty.
Four acres of laud for sale: 1 set to straw
berries; all in young fruit trees. Also, yt in
terest In 30 acres, part set to strawberries. AH
within Kmlleof Hood River. Address Glacier.
Land! Land! Land!
Three and one half miles from town, Idaon-n
for S150. 20 acres for 2 S, or acre t for ia
cash; tilso srood pine or oal wood, l Indies or
4 foot at Roinsi prices. Drop a card in office or
on! I and sec me f.t Barrett's school limine fin
further iuforuiatiou. CIAS. EX.HEY.
Jl 60 YEARS'
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and Patent Medicsnes,
IB ZTLi LIEj 3
conveyances to all parts of the-ralley-niiA vlci-.
wllb care and promptness.
Gives the choice of '
mim W W mim mim-i ' hW
St. Paul, Omaha,
AND .. . , AND
Chicago, Kansas City .
Low Rates to All East
TIME TABLE FOK HOOD KIVEB
No 1, Union P;iei(ic..
No. 8, Spokane
4.3S A. K.
y. -2 a. m.
No. 4, Spokane...
No. 2, Union Pein ..
.. 57 P. st
...12.01 A. K.
Ijcave Fort lnnd every live days lor
For fuU dcail call on O. R. & X. Asrtn
Hood River, or address
W. IT. HURI.PCPT,
-' OmCi Pass. Agent, PortltuinVO
E. McNEIIA, J'rcsldf nUmd Manager. ,
' THE- - '.'.". -':'
Through Freight and
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dinr not no I loo ann imv mvM
jjiuij uui. uuiiuu tiiiu luiuuim
All Freight Will Come Through
Without Delay. ,
Leave The Dulles...... 43 a. w.
Leave Portlund 7 rki x. ...
Otie way.. .... M
Round trip.. 2 M
Freight Rates Greatly
THE DALLES, -- OREGON
Is Your Title Clear?
E. E. Pavao is prepared ta cxonvln nlv.
! tTaat o lV.e to -eal estate and givt.Mi.io
itie to reat estate n
I III) SllUld.
$20 an Acre.
Kiirhty acres of laad In Hood Hi--r -n!'"T
forsale at ?20 an acre. Gnnrl impr-x-Hvient-c
2Jacres In strawberries; 40.1 apple trii;s. an t
plenty of other fruit to supply a fair I'" "I'' i
acres In cultivation. Plenty of watrr for 'irrt
isation frm prtvttto ditch. This plaw is n
of the earliest In the valley lot mti tn.u
for further pa.-tlciilats address the O buster.
Tettev, Salt-Hhonm endlJcxttitr-t.. -Tito
intenas itching and smari'mr; vr3 .
dent to these diaeaserj is itasttuHiiy ivili. yol
by applying Chamberluin's 33e '. I
Skin Ointment. Mtuty very Tvsrf i
have been pat'mmientty onrett Vy it. i
a equally efflciout for ttcMog h.a aii 4
a favovito remedy for soi v.irn;lrr ;
ohapoed hands, chilbiama, fiotfr bit:
j,ad'chronic sore eyes. , ZotM. laa' bo" i
I)r, Caily's fondiUon Pori'ern, era
vise v.'i.a6 a hoifio needf. Tpltwa in b.
O.OQiUUon. 'Xohm, vuriikr a: .i
'entiifuge. ' Thejr ' ato r.of". t-ol h ':
nifiUunt) and tha hi-Mt in j '; P"( s
horaa. in prima conilition. ?v.o U
pentu por Tiin'l.'i'!'-). . '
For a'c by Wi'Utuns & I'nu4;ik