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3food Iiver Slacier
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1897.
The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts T ie same aay s A' noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A.M. Tuesdays
nd Saturdays: arrives at 6 P. M.
For White Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.;
arrives at o'ciock y. ai.
I.. ir 1. 1 . .. .. i i ,..,,. T,.l,, ii t 1
mer. Trout Lake and Glenwood Mondays,
w eanesaays ana r riaavs.
Canby Post, No. lfl, O. A. R., meets at School
nouse fian, nrst oaturaay 01 eacn mount
at 2 o'clock d. in. AUG. A. R. memberB In
vited to attend. The ladles of the Relief
Corps meet at same time In the adjoining
room. B. r . aux lo.&, uommanaer,
C. J. Hayes, Adjutant.
Hood River Camp, No. 270, w. O. W. Meets
. in i. u. u. r. nail secona weanesnay oi eacn
month. F. C. BROSiyS, C. C,
H. Hknn, Clerk.
Waueoma Lodge, No. 80. K. ofP., meets In
their Castle Hall on every Tuesday night.
W. H. Bishop, C. C.
Wm. H AYNES, K, of R. & S.
Riverside Lodge, No. 68, A O. U. W., meets
first and third Saturdays of each month.
0. L. MORSE, M. W.
J. F. Watt, Financier.
H. L. Howe, Recorder.
Idlewilde Lodge. No. 107, 1. O. O. F., meets
in Fraternal hall every Thursday night.
THUS. LACY, N.
F. E. Jones, Sec'y.
: BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
The town school will begin Sept. 20.
Hot and cold baths at the barber
Seven dollars for lumber. See Dr.
Horse and wagon for sale. Apply to
12. E. Savage.
Saturday is grinding day at the Har
bison mills. '
Kansas whole or cracked corn at the
Racket Store. '
Mrs. A. B. Jones returned last week
Lost A Masonic pin. ; Finder, will
please leave at this office.
Wood for sale and delivered by the
Columbia Packing Co.
Grant Evans' barber shop will here
after be closed on Sundays.
The Columbia Packing Co. is paying
cash for calves aud yearlings. '
Juicy steaks and roasts cut by Henry
Mctiuire at the City Meat Market
Save the wrappers of Hoe Cake soap;
they are worth lo each. W. & B.
Wm. Yates, P. M., Is authorized afeent
for all newspapers and periodicals.
John Schafer, the tailor, has moved
nm mitres niiyvj uiio uuiiukiij vvupivu vjr
the Columbia Packing Co.
The Columbia Packing Co. is ship
ping mountain trout to The Dalles,
where they find a ready market.
C has. El rey offers some bargains in.
land 10 acres, $150; 20 acres, $275 ; 40
acres, $425. See his ad.
We presume vou use soap, and. If so the
best is cheapest. Hoe Cake is strictly
pure, with no free alkali.
A juvetile bicycle, Crawford make,
In first class condition. At a bargalu.
Williams & Brosius.
' 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
larsre portion of salt. Ask for Red Seal.
Mr. C. O. Hornung and wife are now
located at Kansas City. Mo., where it
1s their Intention to remain during the
Don't let the cat lick the dishes, but
make nice soft soap with Soar Fonm.
Directions on the package. W.,& B.
Mr. J. W. Morton favored this office
with a banana muskmelon, which
measured 18 inches in length and was
of delicious flavor. "
.T.'W. Whited, chief train dispatcher
of the 8. P. railroad at Dunsmore, Cal.,
was in Hood River, last week, visiting
his old friend W. H. Perry.
J. H. Cradlebaugh Is at present, look
ing after his mining interests at Baker
City. During his absence Mr. Fred
Wilson pushes the pencil for The Dalles
Chronicle in his usual vigorous style.
Tillett & Galligan have leased A. B.
Jones' place; on Indian creek. This
will make a fine place for their nur
sery. Mr. Tillett moved his family
and household goods to the Jones
The county court was in session last
week. In the matter of the road peti
tion of G. J. Gessling and others, Louis
F. Henderson put in a clnim for $10o
damages. Charles Chandler, H. J.
liibbard and W. H. Perry were ap
' pointed appraisers.
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
. The Bible Institute Colportage Asso
ciation, D. L. Moody, president, is in
need of more colporters. Earnest. young
people desiring to give the whole or
portion ot tneir time to Christian work,
with remuneration, should address A.
P. Fitt, Supt. 250 La Selle ave., Chi
cago, for particulars.
if jf Mivjr tame ijuiuc tii'iii m;iiuui uuc
-day with his hand badly lacerated and
bleeding, and suffering great pain,"
says Mr. E. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros.'
Drug Co., St. 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. I consider it a
household necessity." The 25c and 50c
sizes for sale by Williams & Brosius.
This is the time of the year when the
bead of the family feels called upon to
prepare for winter by putting up stovepipe-
He generally tackles the job in
good spirits, but it doesn't take long
to lose his patience, and things are
knocked about and the whole house is
in an uproar and every member of the
family wishes he or she lived in a coun
try where stove-pipes are unknown.
After losing an hour or two of precious
time he sends for some one to complete
the job. If he sends for Dallas, he
comes with countenance beaming with
good humor, cracks his jokes while the
pipe goes every joint to its place, and
the work is done as if it. was a pleasure
t him. Dallas is an artist at setting
up stove-pipe,. '
Mr. A. B. Jones returned Wednesday
from a trip to Grand Forks, B. C. He
found that town rather quiet for the
reason that most of the people were out
E respecting. Some rich finds in quartz
ave recently been made. He saw his
son Frank, M. F. Sloper and Thomas
Lacey. all doing well. Mr. Jones is
ths owner of a placer claim in the heart
of the city. He has leased eleven other
claims and will go to work on them as
soon as he can wind up his business
here and return. .
On Friday last a very pretty luncheon
was given in honor of Mrs. Middleton
of Portland and Mrs. Reeves of Baker
City, at the home of Mrs. J. Putnam
Bradford. Covers were laid for eight.
The decorations were in the violet
shades. After discussing the dainty
menu the guests were entertained with
music and whist. Those enjoying
Mrs. Bradford's hospitality were: Mrs.
Middleton, Mrs. Reeves, Mrs. Byrkett,
Mrs. Chamberlain, Mrs. Bone, Mrs.
Kline and Mrs. Canfield.
Inasmuch as a number of persons
outside of the membership of the Con
gregational church have very kindly
contributed sums of money for seating
and carpeting the church, the trustees
of the church deem it due to these kind
donors to say that the sum on hand
amounts bo more than $100, and that
as soon as said fund shall be sufficient
to seat and carpet the church without
incurring an indebtedness, the officers
of the church will have the work done.
George T. Prather has moved out of
the room he has occupied for an office
and is fitting it up for Grant Evans'
oariier snop. Air. rratner informs us
he will build soon on his vacant lot
nest to Early & Morse's building, where
he will have more room for an office
and court room, and will rent part to
Judge Kent und the Improvement Co.
Mr. Jos. A, U. Brant, editor and pro
prietor of the Vancouver Columbian,
spent Sunday in Hood River with his
wite ana cinui. - Mr. urant was elected
first vice president of the Washington
press association at its meeting in Van
couver last week, and was also elected
a delegate to the national association,
which will meet in Denver. .
Rev. J. M; Denlson, formerly pastor
ot the M. E. church of Hood River,
was here during the week. He parted
with his mustache since leaving here
a year and a half ago, and some of bis
most intimate aciiuuintauces did not
recognize him at first sight. But he is
looking well and evidently has been
well treated in the places he bag so
journed since leaving Hood River.
Mr. Wm. Boorman met with a se
rious accident last Saturday. He was
driving home in his buggy, and whe-i
near his house the buggy became un
coupled and he was thrown out and
his shoulder dislocated. Dr. Shaw was
promptly called and his injuries were
attended to, and Mr. Boorman is get
ting along nicely. . ,
Mr. Theodore F. Taylor and wife of
Orange, New Jersey, are visiting Mr.
and Mis. George Crowell. Mrs. Tay
lor is a cousin to Mr. Crowell. Mr.
Taylor and wife will go from here to
Southern Oregon, thence to California,
wnere tney expect to spend tne winter.
Jim Lansrille and son Doug came in
from McCoy creek during the week.
Their shaft is down 62 feet, with good
indications of being near bed rock.
They were out of grub, which com
pelled them to come home, and they
will not return until next spring.
Just Abrivf.d A full line of the
Justly celebrated Bradley & Metcalf
shoes. Every pair warranted in every
respect, and prices as low as the lowest.
See our show window.
.. A. S.- Blowers & Son.
S. E. Bartmess went to Eugene last
Friday and will return with Earl to
morrow. Mr. Bartmess traveled from
Portland to Eugene on his bike, and
1)0 th him and Earl will return the
same way. .
Monday, the Regulator left The
Dalles with a passenger list of sixty
travelers, besides the freight of 400
sacks of bran and sixty cattle for Port-
laud and other freight for way points.
Smith's box factory broke a cog
wheel lust Thursday that had to be
taken to Portland for repairs, necessi
tating a suspension of operations dur
ing the past week.
About 100 yards of flume belonging
to the Davenport Bros. Lumber (Jo.,
on the Morton place, broke down last
weeK and will nave lo be rebuilt en
tirely anew. !
John L. Morris of White Salmon
will make final proof on bis homestead
before United States Commissioner
Dunbar at Goldendale next Tuesday.
Mrs. J. L. Lipscomb, who has been
the guest of Mayor and Mrs. L. N.
Blowers, started Wednesday for her
home in Washington, D. C.
Mr. Wm. Graham is in Wasco, where
he has gone into partnership with a
man in the blacksmi thing and wagon
Farmers on the East Side are sowing
wheat. That that was sown last week
and week before is up and growing
Mr. Geo, Rordan is building a sub
stantial residence on his farm among
the foot hills west of Belmont.
Miss Bertha Rutherford and Len
Curtis went to Portland on the 9.18
train Tuesday morning.
E. H. Pickard returned last week
from Wasco. He reports business brisk
in that locality.
Mrs. O. P. McFall and son William
went to Poitlaud, Monday, to visit
Mr. U. D. Kelly moved his family to
The Dalies Weduesday, where they re
main. ' ,
Flunk Davenport has leased the Pil
kington place and moved upon it.
Dallas has the latest game laws past
ed on the inside of bis show case.
At Hosier, Oregon, September 12,
1SS7, Mrs. Isabella Joss, aged 73 years.
Deceased was born in Caithness,
Scotland, aud came to this country in
1887, locating in Hood River. Her
husband, Alexander Joss, died two
years ago, since which time she has
I been living with her daughter at Mo-
sier, Mrs. James R. Steele. " The re
mains were brought to Hood River
Monday and iuterredin Idlewilde cem
etery. She leaves six children two in
Scotland, Mrs. Steele of Mosifir, Mis.
Wm. Davidson of Hood River, and
James aud William Jos3.
Full moon during the time of the
Arrangements are being, made to
have very attractive and entertaining
programmes both evenings. Be sure
to arrange matters so you can attend.
Hot dinners will be served both days
by the ladies of the Congregational
church, than whom there are no better
cooks iu the valley.
After the executive committee had
arranged to give silver medals for the
best general exhibit in each class, they
decided' to have another baby show
and ordered an extra medal. Judg
ing from returns published in another
column there will be no lack of ex
hibits in this line.
Mosier, White Salmon and Mount
Hood have each been invited to make
exhibits from their several localities,
and good collections of fine fruit are
The manner of making entries has
been greatly simplified this year, so
that there will be no tedious waiting
for entry cards or allotted space.
The rule of the fair this year to al
low the name of the exhibitor to up-
Eear on the exhibit will be appreciated
y the spectators, as they not only
want to know name of the fruit but
also by whom it was grown, aud in
some cases by what metftod or under
what conditions, yield or profit per
tree, aud how originated.
Joe Purser left with the executive
committee at its last meeting a sample
box of his Tweuty Ounce apples. Jor-ty-five
more than filled the box.
The Ladies' Home Journal for October.
The interiors of one thousand of the
most attractive homes in the United
States have been photographed by the
Ladies' Home Journal. One hundred
of the best of these pictures will be re
produced in tnat magazine. The nrst
article of the series "Inside of a Hun
dred Homes" will appear in the Oc
tober Journal. Bed. chambers, recep
tion and dining rooms, bathrooms,
halls and apartments of every kind
will be pictured just as they are in
daily use. Each picture contains doz
ens of suggestions. Every ' woman is
interested in taking a peep into the
most attractive homes in the land, to
gee bow they are furnished and arrang
ed. She wants to get practical hints
and ideas for furnishing her own. The
houses photographed by the Journal are
those occupied by persons of moderate
income. ' Their interior arrangement
shows what perfect taste can accom
plish with a little money and the
touch of a woman's deft fingers.
Homes in every state in the union
from Maine to California were photo
graphed for' the Journal's uuique and
The Oregon Game Lair.
Here is Oregon's game law in a nut
shell. Game and fish can be killed
only during the following season:
Grouse, Mongolian pheasants and quail,
September 1st to December 1st. Prairie
chickens, July 1st to October 1st. Wild
ducks and water fowls, September 1st
to March 15th. Deer, mountain sheep,
etc, August 1st to December 1st. Kill
ing for hides or parts of carcas only is
prohibited. Killing spotted fawn is
prohibited. East of the Cascades it is
unlawful to kill at anytime Chinese
pheasants, quail or Bob White quail.
plosives to kill fish, nets, seins, ob
structions to the free passage of . fish,
etc., prohibited. Chronicle.
A dryer of his own plan and build is
to dry prunes of Thomas Bell of Cor
vallis. A feature of it will be 4,000 feet
of gas pipe, carrying steam through all
parts of the tunnel containing the
crates, and equalizing the distribution
of heated air by means of a big suction
fan. The dryer will be operated by a
steam boiler and engine, and will have
a capacity ot 200 bushels per day.
Hood River has gone into the trout
raising business and hopes to be as suc
cessful in that line as in raising straw
berries. Prof. P. A. Snyder sometime
ago made a request of the United States
commission for 2000 brook trout, with
which to stock the mountain streams,
and last Monday he received a letter
from Commissioner Brice stating that
arrangements had been made to have
the trout delivered at Hood River with
in forty days. It would be well if his
example could be followed and other
streams in the country be restocked.
The immense wheat crop of Eastern
Oregon Is now en route to the work's
grain fleet awaiting its arrival at Port
land. Money for its transportaion has
begun to move, the Portland bank
clearings for the one day, Tuesday,
amounted to nearly $600,000.
WSV "KflST Mil"
CHILDREN'S KAST IRON" COMBINATION SUIT
consists of Jacket, two pairs of pants and cap
FOR SALE BY
Elevations and Distances.
The following elevations and dis
tances were measured by Rev. Earl M,
Wilbur. They will do to paste in your
scrap book. The distances given are
from the railroad station:
tea level. Miles,
Hood River Station... .. VA
Shushula - S0O 1
Arnold's 640 fi
Tucker's Bridge 880 .
Sllngerland's Gate 690
Roberts' ' 7
Foot Straight's Hill 865 r S
Top Straight's Hill 1165 9
Foot Booth's Hill 1215 10
Top Booth's Hill 1880 10
Baldwin's Turn-off.....!'. 194
East Fork Bridge 1790 17
Elk Beds Spring 8289
Camp Eliot - 6660
Cloud Cap Inn 5880
Cooper'B Spur........ - 8300
Toledo Weekly Blade.
Every Intelligent family needs, In addition
to their local paper, a good national weekly.
The greatest and most widely known general
family newspaper is the Toledo Weekly Blade.
For thirty years It has been a regular visitor
In every part of the Union and 1 well known
In almost every one of the 70.000 post offices In
the country. It Is edited with reference to a
national circulation. It is a republican Da-
per, but men of all politics take it, because of
Its honesty and fairness In the discussion of
all puDlio questions, it is the favorite family
paper, with something for every member of
ine uousenoia. serial siones, poetry, wuana
humor; the household department (best In the
world); young folks, Sunday school lessons,
Talmage's sermons, the farmstead, the ques
tion bureau (which answers questions for sub-
scriDers), me news oi tne weex in complete
form, and other special features. Specimen
copies gladly sent on anDllcatlon. and if you
will send us a list of addresses we will mall a
copy to each. Only SI a year. If you wish to
raise a club, write for terms. Address The
Diaae, loieao, unio.
J II A.njyjt .Lwvci' ntMj , icfi;i.i uci i
1897, to Mr. and Mrs. George Mcin
T.i Unnil Tt., ..n11v.r OnnUmtH O
tosh, a sou aj pounds.
In Hood River valley, East Side,
September 0, J8H7, to Mr. and Mrs,
J. O. Cameron, a daughter 10 pounds.
In Hood River valley, East Side,
September 12, 1897, to Mr. and Mrs,
Chas. Davis, a son.
In Hood River, September 10, 1897,
to Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Mooney,
In The Dalles, September 14, 1897, to
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest V. Jensen, a
' ' Church Notices. . '
Services at the Congregational church
morning and evening. The pastor will
speak in the evening on his tour
turough Chinatown, San Francisco,
drawing there trom a uospel lesson.
Methodist Dr. Hines will preach at
Hood mver church, Sunday, at 11 a.m..
and Rey. G. R. Archer at Belmont at
the same hour. In the evening Mr.
Archer will lead the Ep worth league
at Hood Kiver, aud either be or Dr.
Hines will preach, perhaps both will
speak. All Leaguers are especially
urged to be present promptly at 7 a. ui.
United Brethren Church Services.
Preaching each Sabbath morning and
evening. Sunday school at 10 a.m.;
Junior Endeavor, 3 p. in. ; Senior En
deavor, 6:45 p. m.; preacMng, 7:30;
prayer meeting and choir practice
Rev. J. T. Merrill, Pastor.
Services at the Odell school bouse
will hereafter be held at 11 o'clock in
stead of at 8 o'clock, each Sunday.
Troy Shelley, Pastor.
Cider Preservative. One package suf
ficient for one barrel. Used to arrest
fermentation in cider, and thus pre
serve its sparkling qualities. Price, 2 c
per package. Williams & Brosius.
CLOTHING FOR MAN OR
BOY;. no stitching
necessary, always perfect
Is now open for business, carrying a full line of
PU C$S and Patent Medicines,
Perfumery ana Toilet Articles,
Always on band.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded and Priees Seasonable,
, At the old stand of the Glacier offloe, Hood River, Oregon. ,
H. A. YORK, Proprietor. -
M. S. &
Of Hood River can furnish comfortable conveyances to all parts of the valley and vicin
ity. Heavy draylng and transferring done with care and promptness.
DR. E. T. CARNS is now located in Hood
River. First-class work at reasonable rates.
All work guaranteed. Office in the Langllle
House. ' Jyl9
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 Koad.
Hood River Nursery
WM. TILLETT, Proprietor.
I slanted 50 trees bought of Wm. Tillett
last spring, and they are all doing finely, and
I never lost a tree. WM. BOORMAN.
T nlanted over 700 vonnsr anDle trees last
spring, boughtof Wm. Tillett. They all lived.
UIU I1HVV JI1UUO IWb KTUWLU. Cnt
trees to erow I ever boueht. Drop around
and see them. J. J. GIBBONS.
We planted over 1100 trees bought 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
nest xu acres oi young oicnara in jnount uoou
district, or Hood River, either.
u. K. lAurHitt ot ouin, ait. nooa.
Harbison Bros., Prop'rs,
Flour, Feed and all kinds of cereals ground.
Whole Wheat Graham
HOOD RIVER, - OREGON.
GRANT EVANS. Prop'r,
Post Office Building, Hood River, Or.
T. C. DALLAS,
STOVES. AND MARE,
Pruning Tools, Etc.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty.
O. T. Pbathkr, I H. C. Cob.
jNotary ruDiic. .
PRATHER & COE,
Real Estate ant Inn,
93 Oak St., bet, 2d and 3d.
nr. !.... V.I n nnMaM 4n 41. a
town of Hood River; also, fruit, hay and oerry
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 buy, give us a call.
Deeds, bonds and mortgages promptly and
We will also attend to legal business in Jus
We are also agent for SOUTH WAUCOMA
rnfl I ntn & UUCi
Four acres of land for sale: IV set to straw
berries: all In vounsr fruit trees. Also. In
terest In 80 acres, part, set to strawberries. All
within mile of Hood River. Address Glacier.
Land! Land! Land!
Three and one half miles from town. 10 acres
for J1S0. 0 acres for 276. or 40 acres for K2
cash; also good pine or oak wood, 16 incnes or
4 feet at going prices. Drop a card in office or
call and see me at Barrett's school house for
further Information. CHAB. ELBKY.
Tire Cameras and Photo Supplies.
A fine stock oh hand. Vive cameras
are much improved $5 erne holds 18
Klass plates or SO cut nitn or any com
bination of SHtne; $7.5 wze holds
double. Nothing like tbeta for atis-
faction in snap whots.
Williams & Brosius.
To tln.e Zact,
Gives the choice of
Spokane , Salt Lake,
St. Paul, Omaha,
' AND '" . AND '
Chicago, Kansas City.
Low Rates to All East
TIME TABLE FOK HOOD RIVER
! ; . '. WESTBOUND. .
No 1, Oregon Short Line...- A. M.
No. 3, Spkane..... a. m.
No. 4, Ppokane..:...... .... 5.07 1. w.
No. 2, Oregon Short Liiwe 12.01 A. St.
Leave Portland every Hve days for
For fall details aM on O. . A N. JVent
Hood River, or address
W. H. HURLBflRT.
uen i trass. Agoui, -jromjarau., -kj
Through Freight and
Daly 11 DaM MM
All Freight Will Come Through
Leave The Dalles .4" a. x.
Leave Portland 7.00 a. je.
une way jii u
Bound trip... . 'JL 58
Freight Rates Greatly
W. C. ALLAWAY, '
' General Aii-n',
THE DALLES, OREGON
Is Your Title Clear?
R. E. Savage Is prepared to jtnilne a'b-
( stracts of title to real estate ond give opinion
on same, unarges reasonable. muru
! $20 an Acre.
Eighty acres of land tn Hood Rvwr Twlley
for sale at $20 an acre. Good improvements:
2 acres in strawberries; 4ft apple trees, und.
plenty of other fruit to supply a famHy; nine
acres In cultivation. Plenty f water for Irri
gation frm private ditch. This place is one
of the earliest In the valley for strawberries.
Por further particulars address the Glacier.
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting haica
dent to these diseases is instantly alluycd
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
have been permanently cured try it. M
is equally efiScient for itching -piles and
a favorite remedy for Bore nipples;;
chapped hands, chilblains, frort bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25cfcs. per box.
Dr. Cady' Condition Powtos, aa
just what a horse needs when ia had
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse !n prime condition. Price 2
cents per package. (
Forsale by WiHiiime & ItootStus.