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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1S97.
The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Baturdays; de
part he same days at noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at A A. M.Tuesdays
and Saturdays; arrives at 6 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, Trout Lake and Glenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Canby Post, No. 1(1, G. A. R., meets at School
House Hall, first Saturday of each month
at 2 o'clock p.m. AUG. A. R. members In
vited to attend. The ladies of the Relief
Corps meet at same time in the adjoining
room. a. ir. ULiYiam, commander.
C. J. a AYES, Adjutant,
Hood River Camp, No. 270, W. O. W. Meets
in I. O. O. F. hall second Wednesday of each
tnontn. t. u. unuftiua, u. J.
H. HUNK, Clerk.
Waucoma Lodge, No. 80, K. of P., meets in
tneir castle iaii on every i uesaay nigm.
W. H. Bishop, C. C.
Wm. H aynks, K. of R. A S.
Riverside Lodge, No. 8, A O. U. W., meets
first and third Saturdays of each month.
O. L. MORSE, M. W,
J. F, Watt, Financier.
H. L. Howl, Recoi der.
Idlevilde Lodge. No. 107, 1. O. O. F., meets
In Fraternal hall every Thursday night. .
THOS. LACY, N. G
F. E. Jones, Sec'y.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Hot and cold baths at the barber
Seven dollars for lumber. See Dr.
Bros! us' ad.
ITonia u ti rl waiNtn fur aalA Annlv tn
E. E. Savaee.
Saturday is grinding day at tbe Har
Kansas whole or cracked corn at the
Wood for sale and delivered by the
Columbia Packing Co.
Clothing. Don't buy a suit until
you examine our stock and get our
prices. IT WILL, fay you.
A. S. Blowehs & Sox.
Grant Evans barber shop will here
after be closed on Sundays.
v. The Columbia Packing Co. is paying
cash for calves and yearlings.
Save tbe wrappers of Hoe Cnke soap;
they are worth lc each. w . s u.
An inch of snow covered the ground
at Cloud Cap Inn Wednesday morning.
Wm. Yates, P. M., is authorized agent
for all newspapers ana perioaicais.
The. Davenport Lumber Co. last
week shipped railroad ties to tbe value
Regular monthly meeting of Canby
nost. G. A. R., and VV. R. C, tomor
row, at 2 o'clock.
Chas. Elrey offers some bargains in
Uud 10 acres, $150; 20 acres, $275 ; 40
acres, $425. See his ad.
We presume vou usesoap.and if so the
best is cheapest. Hoe Cake Is strictly
pure, with no free alkali.
A juvenile bicycle, Crawford make,
in first class condition. At a bargain.
Williams & Brosius.
Bert Langille came down from Cloud
Cap Inn Tuesday and went to Port
laud Wednesday morning.
Mr. Walter Morris, well known in
Hood River, is running a barber shop
in The Dalles and doing well.
A washing powder that is yellow will
make clothes the same color. Avoid this
by using Soap Foam. Wolfard & Bone.
Lye packed In sifting top can is pure
granulated potash. All others contain a
large portion of salt. Ask for Red Seal.
Don't let the cat lick the dishes, but
make nice soft soap with Soap Foam.
Directions on the package. W. &B.
J. J. Luckey went to Chenoweth,
Wednesday, where be will put in sev
eral days shoeing 20 span of horses for
the lumber camps.
W. A. Slingerland, who has had
considerable experience in evaporating
fruit, has completed a two-ton dryer
and advertises to dry fruit for others.
A meeting of the board of directors
of the Frankton school district is called
for 8 o'clock Monday morning, Sept,
6th, at the house of W. H. Perry ,clerk.
Chas. Rogers intended starting for
the Yakima hop Melds with his family
this week, but he Is laid up with rheu
matism and is compelled to remain at
home for awhile at least.
A business meeting of the Congrega
tional church will be held on Saturday,
at 3 p. m., at the church. A full at
tendance of members and friends of
the church is desired, as mutters of im
portance are to be considered.
Matt Russell is now In Wasco, run-
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(llllg uai uxzl Bill' aim uiniift wen.
Matt is an expert in the toimorial art,
having served a full apprenticeship un
der Grant Evans, and bis friends will
.be glad to learn of his success.
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ivi. v. nmnmiu aiiu ouo. x... jxaiuin
will go to Klondike next spring. Mr.
Andrews, a Nebraska cattle dealer,
who was in Hood River a abort time
ago, and who is an old friend of Mr.
Hanna's, will furnish tbe necessary
A farmer in the Shenandoah valley
has contracted to sell Ids 4,000 barrels
of apples to a London Arm for $3.50 a
barrel. , The variety is the Albemarle,
or old Newtown pippin, which is con
sidered the choicest of all apples in
Mrs. Alma Howe, who for the past
two years has been confined to ber bed
from the eifects of a bruised ankle,
caused by a stick of cord wood falling
upon it, we are glad to note is able to
be up and to get around with the aid
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. ;
Mr. Edgar Husbands has moved out
of tbe Langille house and stored bis
goods while his wife and children have
gone to Mosier to visit with her par
ents. Mr. Husbands has gcue out of
business in Hood River and will look
for another location, and thus Hood
River loses auother good citizen ,
Hon. John Michell came down from
The Dalles Tuesday to act as attorney
for the state in tbe case of Fouls vs.
Fisher. A warrant was issued for the
arrest of a man named Fisher at Mount
Hood, charged with assaulting P. F.
Fouts with a dangerous weapon, but
the constable failed to find his man.
Tbe death of John Parker, though it
was known for some time that he was
in delicate health, was a shock to the
community. He died at 12 o'clock
Friday last, after several days of in
tense suffering, and was buried Friday
in Idlewilde cemetery, the funeral tak
litg place from his late residence under
the auspices of Riverside lodge, A. O.
U. W., of which he was an honored
member. His funeral was largely at
tended by his old neighbors who had
known him so long, and knowing him
had learned to respect him. On every
hand was heard expressions of sympa
thy for the family and kind words for
the departed. He had been afflicted
for years with stomach troubles, and
the cause of his death was ulceration
of tbe stomach.
Master Ralph Ordway. a 13-year-old
son of Mrs. Wm. Kennedy, was se
riously hurt Monday morning. He
was on his way to Sherman county
with Sherman Young and Dan Smith,
who were hauling fruit. The brake on
the wagon gave way and tbe wagon
was precipitated onto the horses, and
in upsetting, the boy was thrown un
der the load. His leg was broken in
two places above the kneo and he re
ceived other serious injuries. Dr. Bro
sius was called and the iujuried boy is
reported doing well as could be ex
pected. Mrs. Dr. Eliot, Rev. Earl M. Wilbur.
the Misses Dorothea, Helen and Grace
Eliot, and Sam. Eliot made the ascent
of Mt. Hood week before last, tbe en
tire party reaching the summit under
the guidance of Mr. Bert Langille.
The first eighteen miles were made by
bicycles and a horse, excepting Mi's.
Eliot, who went by stage, and the re
maining nine miles were made by the
parly on foot. While making the des
cent of tbe mountain Mrs. Eliot had
the misfortune to bruise ber ankle in
such a manner as to keep her confined
to tbe house since the trip.
R. A. Copple was greeted with a
house of attentive hearers in the Val
ley Christian church last Sunday even
ing and all present were delighted and
Instructed, by tbe able sermon he
preached. Mr. Copple enjoyR the con
fidence and Is held in hitch esteem bv
all who know him In tbe valley, and
they i.redict for him a very successful
career In his chosen field. At the close
of the service three persons confessed
their faith iij- Christ.
The letter carriers will hold a nation
al convention in San Francisco Sep
tember 6th. The delegates from Port
land will take along samples of Oregon ;
fruit to supply the delegates from less'
favored sections of the Union, and they
very naturally looked to Hood Klver
for apples. Mr. W. J. Baker received
an order for ten boxes of apples, which
the fortiana delegation will take with
them to the convention.
H. Lage and A. I, Mason of the East
Side desire to purchase and ship to
Hood River a carload of drain tile,
provided they can interest enough oth
ers to help fill the car. Those contem
plating the drainage of their lands
should communicate with these par
ties, as there will be a great savinir in
freight by shipping In carload lots. It
is a well known fact that our best fruit
land is benefited by drainage.
F. S. Barzee of The Dalles was in
Hood River, Tuesday, looking for a
vacant house into which to move his
family for the winter, and if himself
and wife are suited with this place
they will locate here permanently. He
wants a place with a tmrn so that he
can keep a cow and span of horses, but
lulled to Una a house and lot with
these accommodations. .
Miss Maggie Merrill, a sister of Rev.
J. T Merrill of this place, who applied
for a position as teacher in Hood River
valley last spring, passed examination
at The Dalles recently and received a
me diploma. Tins diploma is signed
by the governor, secretary of state and
superintendent of public Instruction,
and entitles the holder to teach in any
puonc scnooi in cue scute.
A. W. Rains, brother-in-law of the
Morse brothers, arrived last week from
Kansas and will make this his per
manent home. His wife came here
last spring. Mrs. Morse, mother of
C. L. and L. E., will build a residence
on her land, which will be occupied by
Mr. and Mrs. Rains.
Dr. M.jF. Shaw and wife, who were
here for a short time last springy have
returned to make Hood River their
permanent home. The Dr. has pur
chased the residence of Dr. Morgan,
who, we understand, will leave shortly
for California. Dr. Shaw comes high
ly recommended as a physician and
John Schaffer, a Grand Army vet
eran, who served in the fighting 61st
Ohio, and later in the 82d Ohio, has
opened a tailor shop in the Morse &
Early building, where he is prepared
to make up a suit of clothes or clean
your old suit and make it look as good
as new. ,
Mr. A. I. Mason, one of the force of
Portland letter carriers, was in Hood
River Saturday and Sunday. Mr.
Mason expects to complete the plant
ing of a twenty-acre tract in apple trees
on his East Side ranch by next spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Pealer left at the Gla
cier office several seedling apples from
a tree that has been bearing for several
years. They are large, in shape like
the Be 11 flower, and excellent for cook
ing. Miss Theresa Morse of White Salmon
was in Hood River Wednesday, call
ing on friends. She is now bookkeeper
in Wolfard & Bone's utore at White
Salmon and reports busiuess good.
Mr. T. J. Cunning remembered the
Glacier office with a big and luscious
watermelon last Friday. He knows
where watermelons are needed most.
The Glacier office was the recipient
of some of the fine ice cream and cake
served by the ladies of the U.B. church
last Saturday near the post office.
Mrs. J. L. Lipscomb of Washington,.
D. C, is the guest of Mayor and Mrs.
L. N. Blowers. Mrs. Lipscomb is
Mrs. Blowers' grandmother. ;
Mr. C. R. Bone, who is again in ser
vice buying wheat at Grant and other
Eastern Oregon points, was home over
Henry Phlrman of the Columbia
Packing Co. was in the valley Wednes
day buying cattle to take to The Dalles.
W. J.. Campbell and family, Robert
Foley and Wm. Warren left Wednes
day for tbe Yakima hop fields.
J. H. Gerdes and family and Mabry
Jackson left Monday morning for the t
hop fields of Polk county.
Mr. Fred Snow of Portland spent Inst
week in Hood River, visiting his
mother, Mrs. E. Snow.
R. Rand & Son's store was burglar
ized last Thursday night. The bur
glars entered the store from the Third
: street side by removing a pane of glass
from the. door. They first glued paper
uii me uuisiue ui wie giasn, auu wueu
broken the pieces clung to the paper
and made no sound by falling to the
floor. The safe was drilled into and
the door blown oft" with powder. A
hole was also drilled in the top of tbe
safe, which they had evidently calcu
lated would strike inside the heavy
door. In boring this hole their drill
was broken and part of it Is still in tbe
safe. As the burglars used but one
drill, they must have drilled into the
door of the safe first, and thinking the
blast from there might not release the
treasure box, would be prepared to set
off another from the top. Clothing
was piled directly in front of the safe,
to deaden the sound when the door
fell, but when the door was blown off
it fell to one side and the safe toppled
over on its face Tbe Inside door was
opened by the explosion. Tbe money
drawer, which was locked, was pried
out with a chisel, and tbe burglars were
rewarded for about four hours' hard
work by securing $175, a gold-plated
watch worth about $25, and $1,800 in
promissary notes. Mr. J. E. RaucVhad
the day before sent all his checks a
Portland. Dr. Watt, who had money
In the siife, withdrew it the day before.
Four dollars of the money had been
deposited by J. B. Hunt only the day
before for J. C. Markley. The safe
door will have to 1 replaced by a new
one. Two or three suits of clothing
were damaged by the burglars in their
work. The safe , was blown open just
as a freight train was pulling outof tbe
depot at 4 o'clock Friday morning. So
far there is uo clew to the robbers.
.To Leave Us.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Reeves, who have
had charge of the Mt. Hood hotel for
the past year, will leave next week for
their new home at Baker. City, where
they will take charge of tbe Hotel Sag
amore. This hotel is four stories In
height with a .stone basement, and
covers 30x106 feet of ground. It is be
ing furnished first-class, and under the
management of Mr. Reeves, will be the
best in the city. Mr. Reeves is known
far and wide as a man who knows how
to keep a hotel, and will easily capture
tbe patronage of tourists and drum
mers on the road for his new hotel at
Baker City. Our community will lose
in Mr. and Mrs. lieeves most estimaoie
members of society. Mrs. Reeves is
known throughout the state as a lead
ing member of the W. R. C, and will
be greatly missed by tbe corps here.
She is a lady remarkably fitted for the
duties of landlady of a first-class hotel.
Mr. Reeves is an old soldier, having
served throughout the war In the zlst
infantry and 2d Maine cavalry, and is a
prominent member of the Grand Army
of tbe Republic. He is also a high
Mason of the Knights Templar degree.
During his residence at LaGrande he
served a term as mayor of that city.
He is known throughout the North
west as a model hotel man. The many
friends this esteemed couple have made
in Hood River wish them success in
their new home.
Theft of Wire.
In order to accommodate the de
mands of increased business, the Ore
gon Telephone Co. is placing auother
wire on their long-distance system be
tween Portland and Spokane. Line
men were at work in Hood River du
ring the fore part of the week, and
when quitting work last Saturday, a
140-pound coil of No. 10 copper wire
was placed inside the fence from the
state road just west of J. T. Neff's
place, but wben wanted next Monday
morning the wire was not there. The
wire was worth $25, and was probably
taken by some person or persons who
thought they were more in need of it
than the telephone company, even if
tbe theft lays them liable to a term in
"My boy came home from school one
day with his hand badly lacerated and
bleeding, and suffering great pain,"-
says Mr. E. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros.'
Drug Uo., est. Louis, mo. "i dressed
the wound and applied Chamberlain's
Pain Balm freely. All pain ceased,
and in a remarkably short time it
healed without leaving a scar. For
wounds, sprains, swellings and rheu
matism I know of no medicine or pre
scription equal to it. .1 consider it a
household necessity. ,r 'l ne zbc and ouc
sizes for sale by Williams & Brosius.
A mos Underwood was In town yes-"
terday with anothpr lot of his famous
watermelons and left a fine sample at
a stitch in time
CHILDREN'S KAST IRON" COMBINATION SUIT
consists of jacket, two pairs of pants and cap
FOR SALE BY
Elder J. B. Lister, state evangelist
for the Christian church in Oregon, has
been preaching able sermons t6 large
and attentive audiences in tbe Valley
Christian church this week. There
has been several conversions since tbe
meeting began and the meeting will be
continued each evening during me
.coming week. On Sunday there will
be services as follows, to which all are
invited: Sunday school at 10 a. m.
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m
the Junior will meet at 6 p. m. and
Endeavor at 7 p. m. 1
Rev. A. Horn will preach next Sun
day at 2 o'clock p. m. in the Odell
school house, assisted by Rev.A.Krause
ot Portland. A cordial invitation and
welcome to everyone.
Methodist At the M. E. church
next Sunday there will be Sunday
scnooi at iu o'clock; no preaching at n
League service at 7 p. m.; Rev. C. D,
Nickelsen will preach at 7:45.. Dr,
Hines will be present and speak about
the work of the late conference at the
close of the sermon. Dr. Hines will
preach at Belmout at 11 o'clock Suu
Rev. J. L. Hershner will begin his
fourth year's pastorate of the (ongre
gatioual church with next Sunday's
service. His subject on (Sunday morn
ing will lie "What Are the Scriptural
Marks of the Church?" Duringthe
past four years the church has more
than trebled its membership. -
Rev. C. D. Nickelsen will preach in
the U. B. church next Sunday at 11
o-ciock. aii are invited.
Methodist Episcopal 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., Epworth League; 7:45
p. m., preaching. Thursday, 7:30 p.m.
prayer meeting. Everybody welcomed
to these services.
United Brethren Church Services.
Preaching each Sabbath morning and
evening. Kunday school at 10 a. m.
Junior Endeavor, 3 p. m.; Senior En
deavor, 6:45 p. m.; preaching, 7:30
prayer meeting and choir practice
weanesoay evening. .
Rev. J. T. Merrill, Pastor.
Services at the Odell school house
will hereafter be held at 11 o'clock in
stead of at 3 o'clock, each Sunday.
Troy Shelley, Pastor.
List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in Hood River
postomce September 1, 1897.
Bowers, 8 VV Norton, W B
Bowman, Mrs Len Orerholtzer, J M
Brady, Rev A
Piper. Fred G
Campbell, W A
Rufleno, Hon Mr
Robinson, R W
Uorden, A is
Hendricson, Grace Stewart.Gertrude
Hayes, Mrs R L Sutton, A E
Miller, Chas E Scott, T W
Naylor, Grace ' Stacy, Chas
Walker, John N
Wm. M. Yates, P. M.
Chris Dethman of the East Side is
building an apple house 18 x 22, with
double walls, each wall four inches
thick, filled with saw dust, and one
inch air space between walls. Wm.
Ehrck is also completing a somewhat
similar iruit nouse, winch he com
menced to build a year ago.
Cider Preservative. One package suf
ficient for one barrel. Used to arrest
fermentation in cider, and thus pre
serve its sparkling qualities. Price, 25c
per package. Williams & Brosius.
Wanted-sevf-ral faithful men
or women to travel for responsible estab
Ushed house In Oregon. Salary 780, payable
$15 weekly and expenses. Position perma
nent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed
stamped envelope. The National, Star Build
ing, Chicago. sep4
CLOTHING FOR MAN OR
BOY; no stitching
necessary, always perfect
Js now open for business, carrying a full Hoe of
" Always on hand. ' 1 -,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded and Prices Reasonable.
At the old Bland of the Glacier office, Hood River, Oregon.
. . f n. jx. xujxjv,
Of Hood River can furnish comfortable
lieavy araying ana transferring aone
DR. E. T. CARNS Is now located Itn Hood
River. First-class work at reasonable rates.
All work guaranteed. Olllce In the Langille
Offers a large stock of Fruit 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 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. BATEHAM,
Hood River, Oregon.
Three miles south, on Mt. Hood Road.
Hood River Nursery
I planted 850 trees bought of Wm. Tillett
last spring, and they are all doing finely, and
I never lost a tree. WM. BOOKMAN.
I planted over 700 yonne annle trees last
spring, boughtofWm. Tillett. They all lived,
and nme have made 4 feet growth. Rest
trees to grow I ever bought. Drop around
and see them. J. J. GIBBONS.
Wo planted over 1100 trees bouerht 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 you will see the
best 10 acres of young orchard in Mount Hood
district, or Hood River, either.
v, rt. wur civ & csuiN , ivit. nooa.
Harbison Bros., Prop'rs,
Flour, Feed and all kinds of cereals ground,
Whole Wheat Craham
a specialty. :
HOOD RIVER, ....... OREGON.
GRANT EVANS. Prop'r,
Post Office Building, Hood River, Or.
T. C DALLAS,
- DEALER IN
STOVES AND TINWARE
'Pruning Tools, Etc.
Repairing: Tinware a Specialty.
G. T. Pbathkk, I H. C. Cob.
PRATHER & COE,
M Eft anil InsnrancG,
93 Oak St., bet. 2d and 3d.
. v i ' i i ; nun, iiuvn. it 1 1 n nv 1 1 1. u 1 1 1 ,u.
town of Hood River: also, fruit, hay and Derry
farms and timber claims In the most desira
ble locations In the valley. If you have any
thing in the real estate line to sell or rent, or
if you want to bny, give us a call.
Deeds, bonds and mortgages promptly and
We will also attend to legal business in jus
We are also agents for SOUTH WAUCOMA
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PRATHER & CUL.
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Four acres of land for sale: IK set to straw
berries: all in young fruit trees. Also, k In
terest In SO acres, part set to strawberries. All
within mile ot nooa uiver. Aaaresswiacier.
Land! Land! Land!
Three arid one half miles from town, lOacres
for 81!0, 20 acres for 2;5, or 40 acres for $425
cash; also good pine or oak wx)od. III Incites or
4 feet at going prices. Drop a card in office or
call and see me at Barrett's school house for
further information. CHAS. ELREY.
Tire Cameras and Photo Supplies.
A fine stock on hand. Vive camerna
are much improved $5 size holds 18
elaps platenor 50 cut films or any com
bination of name; vf7.50 eize holds
clouluV. Nothing like them for satis
faction in snapshots. -
" Williams & Brosius.
and Patent Medicines,
conveyances to all parte of th valley ard Tlela-
witn care ana promptness.
To t!be East,
Gives the choice of
spoKane, salt -Lane,
St. Paul, " Omaha,
AND ' ASD
Chicago, Kansas City.-
Low Rates to All East
TIME TABLE FOK HOOD RIVES
No 1, Oregon Short Line-.'.. R.1R A. M.
No. 3, Spokane 9.18 a. m.
No. 4, Spokane 8.07 P. M.
No. 2, Oregon Short I.iittf 12.01 A. M,
Leave Portland every five days for
For full details call on O. R. A N. Agont
Hood River, or addivse
W. H. HURLBURT.
Gn'l Pass. Agent, Portland, O
A. L. MOHLKIt, Vice President.
' THE- -
Through .Freight and
All Freight Will Come Through
Leave The Dalles. ........ ...... ...H.4?t a. m.
Leave Portland 7.00 a. L
One way 50
Bound trip 2 fiO
Freight Rates Greatly
THE DALLES, -
Is Your Title Claar?
E. E. Savage is prepared to examine ab
stracts of title to real estate and give opinion
on sama. Charges reasonable. intu'lt
; $20 an Acre.
Etirlity acres of land in Hood River valley
for sale at $20 an acre. Good Improvements:
2 acres in strawberries; 400 apple trees, and
plenty of other fruit to supply a family; nine
acres In cultivation. Plenty of water for Irri
gation from private ditch. This plaw ts one
of the earliest In the valley for strn wherrie.
For further particulars address the Glacier. .
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
, The intense itching and smarting: inci
dent to these diseases is instantly allayed .
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
have been permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
favorite remedy for sore nipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are
just what & horse needs when in bad
condition. . Tonic, blood puritior and
vermifuge. They are not food but
modicine and the best in use to put a
hor38 ia prime condition. Price B5
cents per package.
Foitfak' by Y ll'nina & Urobilin.