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FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1S97.
Th mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; tie
iparts 'he same days at noon.
.. For Chenoweth, leaves .at 8 A. M. Tuesdays
And Saturdays: arrives at 0 P. M.
For White Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.;
arrives at 8 o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, rroui .uaxe ana uienwooa Mouuays,
Wednesdays and f ridavs. ,
Canby Post, No. 10, G. A. R., meets at School
""House Hall, first Saturday of each month
att 2 o'clock d. m. AUG. A. R. members In
vited to attend. The ladles of the Relief
Corps meet at same time In the adjoining
room. 8. F. HL i mis, commander.
C. J. Hayes, Adjutant.
? Hood River Camp, No. 2:0, W. O. W. Meets
' In I. O. Q.V. hall second Wednesday of each
month. . u. isitusiuB, c. u..
H. Hknn, Clerk.
Waucoma Lodge, No. SO, K. of P., meets In
their Castle Hall on every Tuesday night.
W. H. Bishop,' C. C.
Wm. H aynes, K. of R. 4 8.
Riverside Lodse, No. 68, A O. IT. W., meets
first and third Saturdays of each month.
O. L. MORSE, M. W.
J. F. Watt, Financier.
; H. ti. Howe, Recoi der.
idlew.lde Lodge, No. 107, 1. O.'O. F., meets
, Fraternal hall every Thursday night.
'" F. E. Jones, Sec'y.
f BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
i Hot anrl cold baths at the barber
T f-l 1 I" 1 . ' ,1 . 1
f- for sale, ,
Seven dollars for lumber, . Bee Dr.
j Broslus' ad.
Horse and wagon for sale. Apply to
J E. E. Savage.
Kansas whole or cracked corn at the
Milton Sunderland and family are
, in camp at Trout Lake.
' . Save the wrappers of Hoe Cake soap;
tuey are worth lo each. vv. a a.
' Vm. Yates, P. M., is authorized agent
for all newspapers and periodicals
f 8. L. Young of the East Side is
building a residence 40 by 2tt in size.
, Mr. S. J. LaFrunce is'again in Cali
f fornia, at work for the music ftrm of
; Kobler & Cbase.
".;' Ob us. Elrey offers some bargains in
"X land 10 acres, $150; 20 acres, $275 ; 40
acres, $425. See his ad.
We presume vou use soup, and if so the
'best is cheapest. Hoe Cake is strictly
pure, with no free alkali.
Master Ralph Lewis of Portland is
. spending the summer with Mr. J. S.
Harbison of the East Side.
Justus T. Neff went to The Dalles,
'Tuesday, as one of t be board of extim
. J ners for teacliers' certificates.
. , A washing powder thut is yellow will
make clothes the same color. Avoid this
: 4y using Soap Foam. Wolfard & Hone.
Tillett & Galligati are pushing the
:sa!e of their nursery stock. How is the
time to order your trees for full plant
ing. Lye packed in sifting top can Is pure
granulated potash. All others contain a
- large portion of salt. Ask for Red Sea).
Don't let the cat lick the dishes, but
iniuke nice soft soap with Soap Foam.
Directions on the package. W;&B.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
',, iDiurrhoea Remedy always affords
prompt relief. . For sale by Williams
The Salvation Army slrurk this
town at the wrong time. Those who
need h1 vat ion most are cumpiug in
Mrs. Mary Palmer desires to rent her
' farm at White Salmon. This is one of
' the earliest places along the rivet, and
f r this reason it will not long remain
' for rent. Read her ad in this issue.
You may Iwmt the world over and
' you ' will not And another medicine
equal to. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel com
plaints. For sale by Williams & Broslus.
, " Some person without the fear of the
Daw, and who must be a great lover' of
flowers, latelytole all the flower bulbs
from the grave of Mrs. J. W, Rigby in
the K. of P. cemetery.
Vim, vigor and victory, these are the
haracteristics of DeWitVs Little Early
Risers, the famous little pills forconsti
.t putiou, biliousness and all stomach and
liver troubles. Williams & Brosius.
, Perry McCrory presented the editor
' with three large peaches from the Mor-
ton ranch. He called them Hale's
Early. It is rather late for Hale's
- Early, hut whatever their name, they
Ensign Hayes of x 7 he Dalles and
Captain Ward of Colorado, of the Sal-
vation Army, held services here last
Thursday arid Friday. The Salvation-
ists expect to hold services here twice a
v month hereafter.
'J 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-
... ichasing elsewhere.
Tomorrow, at 2 o'clock, the stock
Jiolders of the fruit union will hold a
. meeting at A. O. U. W. hall. AH fruit
growers and others interested will meet
-, , at same place at 1 o'clock, to make ar
rangements for holding our. biennial
fruit fair. Everybody is expected to
The Bethany (Mo) Republican of
August 4th contains the following per
sonal from its Mt. Moriah correspon
' dent: "Mr. and Mi's. Humphrey Pugh,
. formerly well-known residents of this
, ounty, now or Oregon, are here visit
ing their.soa, S. M. Pugli, atid will re
, ' main till September."
Mrs. Elmira Adams and daughter-in-law
of Mt. Vernon, Knox county,
Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. R. Peuler
' last week. They were delighted with
this country and would have staid
longer, but their tickets would not al
low of a longer stay. They were old
neighborsof the Pealers in Ohio. ,
All those who want dental work of
s any kind done in good first-class shape
will do well to call aud see Dr. E. T.
Cams and get his prices. Any one
wanting to know what kind of a work
man Dr. Cams is, can find out by ask
ing his nearest neighbor, as his work is
well known throughout the valley and
,, Ids prices are as reasonable as any den
u list in Wasco county. Plates, either
upper or lower, just as cheap as the
Master Rollin Spaulding, son of
Rev. Frank Spaulding,cuuie down from
Wasco with Miss Nanny Mercer, dur
ing the week, and is visiting with Mrs.
Mercer. Rollin is 11 years old, and
having spent five years of his life in
Brazil, speaks the Portugese language
fluently. He also sings songs in that
language aud has undertaken to make
enough money by singing to pay for a
lot in a cemetery in fur-off Brazil, in
which sleeps the child of a missionary.
Mr. C. R. Bone and party, who have
been camping at the head of the East
Fork Irrigating Co. 'a ditch, returned
to Hood River last Monday: After
completing two miles of the ditch,
work has been stopped for the reason
that it is too dry to dig or plow. But
clearing the right of way still goes on.
Mi's. W. H. Perry returned from her
trip to Portland last Saturday, where
she underwent treatment for her eyes.
She has been troubled of late with
weak eyesight and thought the trouble
might be in her spectacles, but an ex
amination proved it to be more serious.
She will return to Portland again for
C. D. Moore returned last week from
a trip to JUL Adams. in company j
wuu ine uiiuuuru party, ne reacueu
tlie summit of the mountain Aug. 1st.
They found the Mazama box buried
under two feet of snow and ice, show
ing that they were the first party to
make the ascent this Reason.
Mr. W. F. Bartlett of Brooklyn, N.
Y., brother-in-law of E. E. Savage, ar
rived here lust Saturday from Montana.
He left for the East, Monday night, but
will stop for awhile in Utah, aud bis
wife and children will remain here in
Mrs. W. T. Hibbard has gone to her
father-in-law's for a visit of a week or
two, when she will go to Washington
county to visit her parents. Mr. Hib-
oaru is east of the mountains, where he
expects to remain for a mouth or more.
W. J. Smith's box factory is filLinar a
large order for prune crates from Mo
sier. Dallas, who is manufacturing
the tin bunds for the baskets, has bad
to increase his force of helpers during
the week. . i
Mr. H. H. Parker of Portland came
up on last Saturday's train and went
out to Cloud Cap Jnn uext morning.
Tuesday he made the ascent or the
mountain along with Bert Luugille as
guide.. 1 - ,
The valley thresher started on its
rounds Tuesday and will soon complete
its work, us the grain crop was not
itiite up to the average this year, and a
larger percentage than usuul was cut
The ladies aid society of the Congre
gational church will serve peach' ice
cream and i-jike on' the lawn at Mrs.
l.a ranee's residence tomorrow I Sat
urday) afternoon and evening.
The party who borrowed a volume
of the cyclopedia from the Frank (on
school house is requested to return the
same before school begins, oil the Olh
of September. ' . .
Miss Lucie M. Scott, who has been
in Tokio, Japan, as a missionary for
the past rive years, arrived here last
week. Bliss bcott Is a sister to Mis.
Amos Underwood and John Dark
returned from McCoy creek Monday.
They, brought with them some rich
looking quui'tz from their ledge at that
place. , ,.
R. O. Evans and Matt Russell are
bHching while the folks are at Trout
Lake. Willi Mr. Evans for cook, these
two ure living at the top of the pot.
The City Meat Market received a
consignment ot choice bacon Monday.
Choice meals of all kinds can always
oe found at this popular market.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Worley ot Oregon
City arrived here .Wednesday aud are
visiting Mr. aud. Mrs. T. J. Cunning
and L. Blount and mother.
Misses Mellie and Ethel Rigby start
ed last week for Wind river, and from
there will go with friends to Huckle
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Savage went to
Portland Wednesday on the boat. Mr.
Savage will take a trip from Portland
to Puget Sound.
Mrs. John Henness aud twin chil
dren, from Puget sound, are visiting at
Crapper's. Mis. Henness is a sister to
ti. A. York. y
Mr. Fred Snooks came home from
Sherman county, Sunday, sick. The
water ot that section did not agree
with him. . .
Doug Langille failed to get started
for the McCoy creek mines last week
aud left Wednesday for the new t?ldo-
rado. , '
Hon. A. R. Byrkett has returned
from Ohio aud is occupying his resi
dence in town with his family.
Rev. J. W. Rigby and daughter
Ruth started outup the valley Wednes
day ou a camping trip.
Mrs. J. W. Thomas and family are
visiting Rev. and Mrs. J. W. 'Jenkins.
George Aleck still mourns the loss of
his wife, but says he'll have her yet.
Mrs. A. B. Jones and children left
on Tuesday by boat for Brookfield.
Miss C'ara Gatcl-iet of Portland is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. Cams. ; -
Capt. H. 0. Coe is up from Portland.
" v Lecture.
Dr. Lena Halverson will deliver a
lecture at the U. B. church, Tuesday
evening, August 24lh; subject, ''China
aud the Chinese." Miss Halverson" is
returned missionary from Hong
Kong, where she has. spent several
years and expects soon to return. The
lecture promises to be of especial inter
est, coming from one who has passed
through some exciting experiences
amongst those iiunulsive people, and
in one outbreak very nearly lost her
life. Rev. E. E. Fix and wife of Port
land were located at Hong Kong with
the doctor, but during the riot happen
ed to be absent on a visit. Rev. and
Mrs. Fix will be present to hear the
King Y. Cigars.
San Francisco, July 28, 1897.
Messrs. Williams & Brosius, Hood
River, Oregon Gentlemen:' Acknowl
edging receipt ot your order for cigars
recently given us through Mr. Birdsall,
we are pleased to note you have pur
chased the King V Cigars. We know
it is the best 5-ceut seller on the Pacific
coast today, and a, piece of goods that
will bring success and other business to
the dealer Who handles it. Hoping to
hear from you soon again, we remain
yours truly, Tillmakn & Bexdel.
. G. Ji. R. and W. R. C.
Canby post held' an interesting meet
ing last Saturday. Comrade. Philip
Spangler joined the post by card from
the post in Wasoo. The committee on
the soldiers' home affair submitted a
report, agreed to by Comrades Cunning
and Rigby, adopting the . resolutions
passed at the state encampment on the
subject, which recommend that the sol
diers' pensioiis be held in trust for them
or their dependant relatives, but that
no part should go towards the support
of the home.
After adjournment the post, upon in
vitation, met with the Relief Corps- to
listen to "Heminiscences of the War"
by Mrs. H. H. Bailey, who read a verv
interesting paper giving an .account of
the departure of five brothers and her
husband to the war in 1861, 'with a
graphic description of the hardships
encountered during their long and act
ive service. Comrade Bailey joined
the 8th Iowa and served through the
war. At Shilqh his regiment belonged
to General Prentiss' division and was
captured, along with the whole com
mand, on the evening of the first day's
fight. On the very day of his capture
his first born and then only child died
at home. Comrade Bailey was a pris
oner for sixty days and wus exchanged
at Uuntsville, Alabama. Canby post
contains several members who were at
Shijoli, and the reading of that part of
the reminiscences brought to them
vivid recollections' of that awful day of
carnage, when Urant's army was sur
prised by the Confederate hosts and
driven to Pitlsburg Landing. Being a
prisoner and on the march to Corinth,
Comrade Bailey did not hear the shouts
of victory next day when it came the
Confederates turn to run.
Comrade Cunning read a report of
ins trip to independence as a delegate
to the state encampment, and Mrs.
Cunning, president of the corps, read
a report on behalf of the delegates from
the Belief Corps. Both reports were
ably written and interesting through
out. Mrs. 8. R. Reeves in a short talk
gave some of her experience at former
state encampments, which was well
received. Mrs. Reeves, who expects
soon to remove from Hood River, is an
efficient member of the Relief Corps,
and her sister members will regret her
departure. Comrade Blount had some
thing to say for the - good of the order,
Comrade Rigby gave some of his thrill
ing experiences while a prisonerof war,
ami the meeling closed by singing
the national anthem America, with
Mrs. Harry Builey at the organ. .
A Big Fire. .
Last Saturday evening, abSnt
clock, a fire was. started in the
thicket on Lyman Smith's place, tipar
the western line. No one knows how
it started. It made a lively blaze when
the tall trees and dead pines Ignited.
Mr. Finch, stopping on the Henderson
place, had jut returned from town aud
passed by the woods when the lire
started. Arriving home, he sat dowp
outside the house and soon noticed the
bluze. He ran over and notified Dor
rence Smith, who at the time was tak
ing a bath preparatory to retiring.
Dorrence and Mr, Finch went to work
to fight the fire and were soon joined
by Mr.'R. H. Howell. By hard' work
the tire was confined to the timber and
clearing on Mr. Smith's place. Several
times it crossed the road into the Butts
tract but was extinguished before it got
a good start. The wind was blowing
a gale from the west, and sparks flew
a long distance aud threatened the
houses and places along the road
towards town. At , times it
looked like all the buildings on, the
Lyman Smith place would have to go.
Dorrence, assisted by Leonard 0 Par
menter and two strangers, kept the
fire from crossing the road, while Mr,
Howell and Mr. Finch fought it on the
west ami north sides. , The ditch along
the west side was turned outand helped
to check the fire from spreading to the
clearing on the Henderson place. Mr.
Howell, who seemed to be an expert
in the work, fought the 'fire with tire
by backfiring. By hard work the fire
was kept from spreading to the dry
pasture on the north, where, if it had
reached, it could not have been check
ed till it had swept across the dry pasr
tu re of Paradise farm, and might have
come on to town.; v
, . A Surprise.
Wednesday afternoon, August 6th,
Arthur Cynning went to call on Baby
Nichols, when, to his great disgust, his
mother went after him to assNt her in
the irrigating. Reaching home, she
first requested him to go into the par
lor before going to work. You can im
agine his astonishment when he found
the following playmates assembled to
celebrate his tenth birthday:. March
Morse, Albert Gibbons, Maggie Stran
ahan. Laura and Lloyd Bishop, May
and Nettie King, Guy and Pearl Crap
per, Freddie and Ruby Chandler, Hen'
ry and Verna Hackett, Howard and
Kent Shoemaker. After several whip
pings and presents were presented, the
parly gathered at Wesley Markham's
home to enjoy the shade trees, but no
Wesley did they find. An enjoyable
afternoon was spent, and after lunch
wus served they all went home, hoping
Arthur would have another birthday
soon. Emma Cunning.
It heals everything except a broken
heart, may be said of DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve. Piles aud rectal diseases,
cnts,burns,bruises.tetter,eczema and all
skin troubles may be cured by it quickly
aud permanently. Williams & Brosius.
Vive Cameras and Photo Supplies. '
A fine stosk on hand. Vive cameras
are much improved $5 size holds 18
glass plates or 50 cut films or any, com
bination of same; $7.50 .size holds
double. Nothing like them for satis
faction in snapshots. -
Williams & Brosics.
, An Old Relic,
In 1893 Ross E. Winans discovered a
relic on one of the islands of the Col
umbia that connects this country
almost with the past. It was an iron
brand that was evidently used by the
Lewis & Clark party when they made
their first trip across the continent and
passed down through this country to
the ocean. The brand is au iron box
some 4x5 inches square aiid 1 inches
deep, on one end of which in raised
f letters is this inscription,
V. h. C'apt.
M. Lewis." and beneath the lettering
is a hollow place evidently intended
for holding removable iron "type. - The
brand wus probsbly used by Lewis &
Clark to mark goods wlien they made
their metoorable expedition to the
West, and likely was lost or stolen by
the Indians. W'hen Mr. Winans found
the relic he sent It to relatives of Capt.
Clark, in Montana. A few days ago it
was returned to him, and now he has
turned it over to Capt. J. W. Lewis for
The.Times-Mountameer will issue
an illustrated ' edition January 1st,
which il says will be one of the most
complete publications ever issued in
Eastern Oregon , '
The annual Columbia river confer
ence of the Methodist Ebiscopal church
will convene at Pendleton on August
25th. The conference will be composed
of 85 ministers, who look after -some
900 charges in this state and Idaho.
The Observer says the heat was o
oppressive in Sherman county last
week that one of Marion Powell's
header crew succumbed. Ason'Of J.F.
Belshee was also a close victim to sun
stroke. Stage horses suffered. .
Rev. H. L. Bates, formerly pastor of
the Congregational church at Hiiigene,
but now filling a professorship in the
Pacific university at Forest Grove, will
preach on Sunday, 11 a. m., at the
Congregational church. Prof. Butesf is
an atje preacher and especially inter
ested in the educational welfare qf the
young people. All who come' will re
ceive a kind welcome.
Methodist Episcopal Church, HK.,
Hines, 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., preaching. Thursday, 7:30 p.m.,
prayer meeting. Everybody welcomed
to these services.
Rev. H. Moy8 will fill appointments
for the conference year as follows: He
will preach at Pine Grove every first
and third Sunday at 11 a. m.; at Bel
mont at 8:00 p. m. Belmont, every
second and fourth Sunday, at 11 a. m.;
Cropper school house, 2:30 p. m.; Pine
Grove, 7:36 p. m. , Fifth Sunday, at
Mt. Hood, at 11 a. m. .... r
United Brethren Church Services.
Preaching each Sabbath morning and
evening. Sunday school at 10 a.m.;
Junior Endeavor, 3 p. m.j Senior En
deavor, 6:45 p. m.; preaching, 7:30;
prayer meeting and choir practice
Wednesday evening. '
Rev, J. T. Mehrill, Pastor.
Services at the Odell school house
will hereafter h hphl n.t 11 n'eloek in
stead of at 3 oVlock, each Sunday.
troy (Shelley, rasior.
. 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 One
Minute Cough Cure, the great remedy
for coughs, colds, croup, bronchitisand
all throat and lung troubles. Williams
& Brosius. v.: ' - ' ,. -
"I crave but One Minute,", said the
public speaker in a husky voice; and
then h took a desa of One Minute
Cough Cure and procetded with hisora
tory. One Minute .Cough cure is une
qualled for throat and lung troubles.
Williams & Brosius. .,v .
To Cure a Cold in One Day..
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. Williams & Brosius refund the
money if it fails to cure. 25c. .
, " . Twelve Reasons -Why. '" "'"
The St. Louis .Republic gives a dozen good
reasons why newspaper readers should read
this paper. Hero they are:
1. The Republic is the greatest newspaper
published. . .
2. It has a cable news service over the entire
civilized world, which no other St. Louis pa
per can secure.
S. Special correspondents In all the large
cities and capitals of Europe,
4. News Bureau in New York C'ty and
"Washington, D. C.
5. Special correspondents In every city and
town in the Western United States.
6. Member of the Associated Press, the
greatest news gatherer in t he w orld.
7. Publishes daily the market reports of the
8. issues a .magnificent colored magazine
cover " Ith the Sunday paper.
0. More noted wrHers and artists contribute
to the Kepublic than any other paper.
10. Issues an unequaled four-page comic
weekly with each Sunday paper free.
11. Publishes pages of interest and value to
12. .Its 10-cent dress pattern department Is
the most popular feature ever Introduced by
a newspaper. Thousands patronize It.
. The daily and Sunday St. Louis Republic is
$0 a year, SSI for six months and 81.50 for three
months. The Twice-a-Weelc Republic is SI a.
year 104 papers, two each week.
W 'anted SKVERAL FAITHFUL MEN
or women to travel for responsible estab
lished house in Oregon. Salary rsO, payable
$15 weekly and expenses. Position perma
nent, ueierence. r,nciose seii-aaaresseu
stamped envelope.- The National, Star Build
ing, Chicago. ' . sep4 ,
G. T. Pratmkr, :-. H. C. Coe.
. PRATHEE & COE,
M Estate aii Insurance,
. 93 Oak St., 'bet. 2d and 3d,
Ylr. 1 t.t..l.n ...1 amunwa In 4 n a
. Tj iiaw iui.i uiuna cut. a.'icv it. iiik
town of Hood River; also, fruit, hay and nerry
farms and timber claims in the most desira
ble locations in the valley. If yen have 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 executed. ' .
' We will also atumid to legal business in jus
tices' courts. ',
We are also agents for SOUTH WAUCOMA
property. . '
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Lessons in Piano Music.
Miss Anna Smith has resumed the teaching
of Music. Her prices are SO cents a lesson. J 10
Mt.Hood Saw Mills,
: TOMLINSON BROS., Prop'rs.
FIR AND PINE LUMBER
Of the best quality always on hand at prices
. to suit the times. jyW
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 part.lC;
nlrs inquire of L. HENEY.
In the best and most artistic styles at the Old
Reliable Shoo ahop one door west of post office.
Ladies' fine work a specialty. All work war
ranted. . C. WELDS, Prop'r. .
" and .,. ,;
4 , : ZDeio-t sclb-e
: Is now open for business,
. ( . . Always
si ..f.. 11
At the old stand of the Glacier
H. A. YORK,
' ': '';. . -'" '
Of Hood River can furnish comfortable conveyances to all purls of the valley and vleto-
uy. Heavy draying and translernng done wun
DR. E. T. CARNS Is now' located tin Hood
River. First-class work at reasonable rates.
All work guaranteed. Oltice in .the Langille
House. ' -. - jyllt
Repaired and all kinds of ...'; 1
. Sold by .
. E. V. HUSBANDS.
.. Also, Boots and Shoes repaired.
.Offers a large stock of Fruit Trees and all oth
er Kinds oi nursery siock. au trees are wen
grown, carefully dug, free from pests and true
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. Orders
filled on short notice.- H. C. BATKHAM,
Hood River, Oregon.
Three miles south, on Mt. Hood ltoad.
Hood River Nursery
WM. TILLETT, Proprietor.
I planted 850 trees bought of Wm. Tillett
last spring, and they are all doing finely, and
I never lost a tree. WM. BOORMAN.
M planted over 700 young apple trees last
spring, bonghtof Wm. Tillett. They all lived,
and some have made 4 feet growth. Best
trees to erow I ever bought. Drop around
andseetbem. J. J. GIBBONS.,.
We Dlanted over 1100 trees bousht of Wm.
Tillett last spring. They have all made a
good growth, and we have not lost a tree.
Drop in and see the trees I bought from
Tillett 18 months ago, and yon will see the
best 10 acres of young orchard in Mount Hood
district, or Hood River, either.
D. R. CUOPER fc SON, Mt. Hood. '
Harbison. Bros. (' Prop'rs, '
Flour, Feed and all kinds ofceleals ground.
Whole Wheat Graham
, a specialty.
HOOD RIVER, - - -; OREGON.
GRANT EVANS. Prop'r,
Post Office Building, Hood River, Or.
T. C. DALLAS,
- DE VI, ER IN- t ?
Kitchen Furniture; - -
. Pruning Tools, -Etc.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty
1 BO YEARS'
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Four acres of 'land for sale: 1 set to ajtraw-'
berries; all In young fruit trees. 'Also, In
terest In SH) acres, part set to strawberries. All
wiUiin mile of Hood Hiver. Address Glacier.
rEand! Land! Land!
Three and one half miles from town, 10 acres',
for S1S0. 21) acres for S2,o, or 40 acre : lor $J2i
canh; r.lso ood pine or oak wood, 10 incut's or
4 feet at golnn prices. Drop a card In office or
call nnd see me at Barrett's school honse for
further information. CHAS. ELKKT.
.;p"t j-ele -
carrying a full iine of , . v
and Patent IVIedicines,
on hand. , . K i
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office, Hood River, Oregon. . : , .
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care a-no promptness.
To tli.e East,
, Gives the choice of . . .
; TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL
Vlu. " . "Via ... ' :'
spoKane, bait juajie, '
Minneapolis, Denver, .
St. Paul, Omaha, 1
Chicago, Kansas City-
Low Rates to All . East
ern Cities. ; v
TIME TABJLE FOR HOOD KiVEB
.WEST BOUND.- . . .
Jno 1, Oregon Short Ijine. 0.18 A. M.'
EAT BOUND. . ..,
N, 4, Spokane.. ....... ..'.....'.... 5tff JVW'
No. 2, Oregon Slvrt L'nj...l2 01 a. m.
Leave Portland every five days for
SAH FRAN CISCO.
For full details call on Ol R. & X, Agen
Hood River, or a-ddres -
J'. ' Oeril Pass. Atrent, Portland, 0 :'
A, L. MOHLER, Vice President. r
x Ui. UIUIU VA J.JU
Through Freight and
All Freight Will Come Through
Leave The Dalles .4 a.
Le.vPertltuir....'......'... T.W1.A. .v..
f. : : ' DA CCFMr.FR RATPQ - ,
One way. TM
Round trip V. flW
Freight Rates Greatly
, .' - Reduced. ' ,
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THE DALLIES, ORECCN
Is Tour Title Cloar?
R. K. Savage Is prepared to examine nl ,
slracts of title to real estate and irive omn.oM
on ani. (jliurtst'S'itsasoiianle. niaru ,
$20 an Acre.
Klcrhty acres of land In Hood ttiw'lley,
for sale at S'20 an acre. Gewtl imisTovements;
23 aci'es In utrawberrles: 0.i apple trees, axil
plenty of other fruit to supply a family; nine
acres in ciiltls'ation. rieuiy of water for irri
gation from private ditch. 1 Ins pirn-" Is ine .
of the earliest in the valley lor slriiwberriei.
l'or furthr pa-ticulars.address tl. Olacier.
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Tetter, Salt-Khcu m nd Esisema,
Th& intsnse itching and smai'tiiisj- mci
deot co these dist;iisea la iiiBtcui.! v jillaj-eA
by applying 'Chamberlain's Eyo iiml
Skin Ointment. Mrny Ferybd eaec
have been permanently oared oy :. . is ..
is equally efaeient for inching, pjJas tivl
i favorite remedy for Sore .nipjilei ;
p.Tinnnpil Viands .' r.hilbliiins. Iiott Kitt J
' 1 i .. . or: 4-r. V.
unu unruiiiu auio uvua..
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Pr. Cady's Contfliioii PTrilcr, ar
ma.1- -il.,af. n JirjT-.o r-piM. when in Vtt.iX
condition. Tonic," blood piiuCei" and
irarmlfnirn- Thov are not; food mt
liiouicixie and tho best in who to put. .
horsd in prime condition. .; Price ' ii
cents per package. ' ' ' .
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