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,3food River Slacier
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1897.
The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 ()'
dock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts r ib same uuyg A', siuun.
, For Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A, M. Tuesdays
ana (saturaavs: arrives ai o e. M.
For White Salmon leaves dUly at 1 F. M,
arrives at 6 o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer. Trout Lake and Glenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and r naavs.
Canby Post, No. IB, G. A. &., meets at School
House Hall, first Saturday of each month
it 2 o'clock p. m. All G. A. It. members in
vited to attend. The ladies of the Relief
Corps meet at same time in the adjoining
room. ts. y . au x lata, commanaer.
C. J. Hayes, Adjutant.
Hood Elver Camp, No. 270, W. O. W. Meets
1n I. O. O. F. hall second Wednesday of each
month. F. C. BROSIUS, C. C.
H. Henn, Clerk.
Waucoma Lodge, No. 80, K. of P., meets In
their Castle Hall on every Tuesday night,
W. H. Bishop, C. C.
Wm. Haynks, K. QfR. t S.
Riverside Lodge, No. 68, A. O. U. W., meets
first and third Saturdays of each month.
O. L. MORSE, M
. J. K. Watt, Financier.
' : H. L. How e, Recorder.
Idlewilde Lodge. No. 107, 1. O. O. F., meets
In Fraternal hall every Thursday night.
THOS. LACY, N. G.
F. E. Jones, Seo'y.
" BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Tin nana and wa.y Rf.rinra n. Dllfl.a'
Hot and cold baths at the barber
Seven dollars for lumber. See Dr.
Saturday Is grinding day at the Har
Judge L. Henry went to The Dalles
Kansas whole or cracked corn at the
The steamer lone is an opposition
boat on the river.
Grant Evans' barber shop will here
after be closed on Sundays.
Wm. Yates, P. M., is authorized agent
for all newspapers and periodicals
James Langille is at work at The
Dulles on the Commercial club build'
A juvenile uicyuie, vrawiuru niaKfi
a i -- 1 1 v. ; 1 - g r i l
. in first class condition. At a bargain
Williams & Brosius.
H. W. Wait returned last week from
Tygh Ridge, where he put in the sea
son at work in me Harvest neids.
Columbia Packing Co. pays cash for
all Kinds or stock aud deals in wood
delivered to any part of the city.
F.E. Jackson of the Racket store and
wife went to Portland yesterday. Prof.
H. L. Howe is in charge of the store.
The ladies of the Congregational
church will serve warm dintiers for the
accommodation of those attending the
Pine Grove school will begin Oct.
, 4th; Mrs. G. C. Bushnell, teacher. Out-
AirlA mirtila aill ha rltuirMl SI Mi a
' Miss Grace Eliot went to Portland
Jast week to prepare for her duties as
teacher in the Stephens public school,
.East Portland. i
Frank Miller and sister Mollie and
.Marion Miller will come up next week
from Heholls, Washington county, to
see our fair and visit relatives here.
The brook trout ordered from the
fish commission by Prof. Snyder ar
rived here from Pennsylvania over two
- weeks ago and have been placed in the
Land 40 acres for $300 cash. The
land is 8J miles from Hood River, level
and has more than $300 worth of wood
on it. This offer is for two weeks only.
Inquire at Glacier office.
James Eggert of the East Side re
' turned last week from the harvest fields
near Walla Walla. He reports a large
umount of harvesting and threshing
still to be done and men in great de-
mand at $1.50 and $1.75 a day.
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 lumbers on hand, good and dry.
Call and get our cash prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. . '.
Mr. John A. Wilson sent the Gla
cier samples of his King of Tompkins
County apples, which are large and a
handsome red. This variety ought to
be a good Rind to plant for market; the
tree is an annual bearer, hardy, and
the apple is of the best.
Dr. M. A. Jones went hunting last
Friday with the noted bear hunters,'
Milton, Pete and Lee OdelU Near t :e
forks of Hood river a bear was starteJ,
and after an exciting chase was killed.
Bruin was in good condition and
weighed about 500 pounds. ,
Miss Gertrude Stewart of Newport,
Ky., has been heard from since her re
turn home. She was delighted with
tier trip to this coast, , and especially
with Hood River, where she stopped
for a month, and while here made the
ascent of Mt. Hood to the very summit.
Miller Bros, baled this season 250
tons of hay in the valley. They esti
mate there is more than 400 tons of
baled hay in the valley, a considerable
increase over former years. They are
thinking of going to Sherman county
to bale straw for Mr. Hardin and Wm.
Jackson, who have rented a big farm
near Wasco. .
The count7 ronds in the valley are in
some places in bad shape; they have
been cut up by heavy teaming and are
badly in need of repair. Teamsters
hauling wood and lumber Complain
that they can't draw half a load ou ac
count of the bad roads. Who is re
sponsible for the condition of the roads,
aud whose duty is it to repair .them?
Frank Caddy returned from Sher
man county last week, where he work
ed throughout the harvest and thresh
ing season. He says-the crops were
good but might have been better in
some places with the right kind of
farming. He helped to cut one field
of 600 acres of a second volunteer crop
that is, three crops hud been taken off
the land with only one plowing.
Maltie Dukes met with a serious ac
cident in the box factory on Thursday
of last week. He was operating the
machine that gouges the hand holes in
the end of the crates, when a crate
board broke and his right hand eame
in contact with the knife and was bad
ly lacerated. His hand was dressed by
Dr. Watt, who found it necessary to
amputate the little finger at the second
The Isenberg band will not be a feat
ure of the fair this year, the members
being too much scattered. The Misses
Bess aud Ella Isenberg are in Salem;
William is at Pullman, Wash.; How
ard is teaching school at Wapanitia;
Marshal is nauiiug wheat tor Mr. wood
worth in Sherman county, and only
one or two members of the band are
left at home. But, though we will be
without the services of this excellent
band, the programme presented by the
committee on music will be good.
Mr. O. J. Clum, while hunting grouse
on the lulls east or town, last Friday
ran onto a big bear. -As Mr. Cluni
was not loaded for bear, he had to let
the bear go his way. Next day he
went back to where he saw the bear,
prepared to capture him, but he wus
not to be found. Bears are said to be
plentiful in the valley, coming down
trom the mountains alter acorns.
Mrs. Dr. Davis and daughter of Sil
verton arrived here Monday by boat,
Mrs. Davis is a sister to Mrs. Joseph
Mcuuire. , rne aaugnter is a practicing
physician, having graduated in the
same class wltli- Dr. Olive .Hartley
The two lady doctors made the trip
10 uioua van inn and Mt. liooa Tues
Mr. L. Neff returned last week from
Wasco, where he had been engaged
building trestles and bridges for the
Columbia Southern railroad. His crew
averaged one. trestle a day for some
time during the rush to tret the road
completed. The track-layers were ex'
peeted to reach Wasco by Tuesday.
Posters and complimentary tickets
have been sent out by H. C. Bateham,
secretary or the Hood River fair, to
Oregon editors, station agents, trans
Donation managers and to the board of
horticulture, so that the fair is being
pretty well advertised, and many vis
itors irom abroad may be expected.
A. C. Phelps died in The Dalles.
September 25th, aged 72. He was born
in JNew xork state and came to Oregon
in lHo2S. in ISOo lie located in Hood
River.on the farm now owned by J.W
Connell.and resided here till 1863, when
he went to The Dalles and made that
city his home till his death.
Tuesday, Dr. m . t . snaw removed a
wen, about the size of a marble, from
the top of Mrs. Henry Hibbard's head.
The wen had been growing for the past
ten years or more, but never gave her
any trouble till recently it received, a
bruise in some manner- that caused it
to become quite sore.
in a snow case in blowers' store is a
"rooster" egg, brought in by Mr. A. H
Tiemau of Mt. Hood. It is about the
ordinary size of a hen's egg, but the
surface of the shell is uneven. It was
laid by a chicken that crows and which
Mr. Tiemau has always thought was a
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Valley Improvement Co. is called for
October 7th. The big ditch Is m good
shape and will sell 500 inches of water
next season, but the laterals will need
the expenditure of some money to put
them in shape for supplying water.
Many of our fruit growers have done
well with peaches this year, and they
are likely to plant more freely of this
fruit in the future. Peaches are not
always a sure crop at Hood River, but
when we do have them they are of the
Mrs. George P. Crowell started Mon
day night for St. Paul and Minneap
olis, where she will make an extended
visit with relatives and friends. Riv
erside lodge, Degree of Honor, present
ed her with a handsome pin at its last
Mr. C. M. Cook and family have
moved into town and will occupy the
Pierce Cottage for the winter. Miss
Marion Cook will give lessons in music,
drawing and elocution. See her card
in another column.
Mr. O. P. McFall has been suffering
since Saturday with a sore hand caused
by a slight cut In handling the baling
rone tor boxes at the factory, lie was
threatened with blood poisoning, but
is now getting better.
Dr. E. T. Cams, dentist, wiil be in
Hood River. Suuday, Monday and
Tuesday, Oct. 10, 11 and 12, prepared to
attend to the wants of the good people
of Hood River. Office at Mt.Hood hotel.
Mr. Georere Lov returned home from
Walla Walla valley Sunday. He was
engaged in harvesting and thresbiug
iu that valley, where he says there are
good crops and prosperous times.
Mrs. Blythe arrived home by boat
Saturday from Portland, where she
visited for ten days. Miss liuirule
Brettell accompanied her home aud
will be her guest for a month.
The O. R. & N. Co. will sell tickets
at one fare rates from all points on their
lines in Oregon to the state lair, which
opened September 30th aud will eon-I
tiu ue tin October Bin.
More money will likely be spent on !
the music for the fair this year than
ever before. A fine piano' will prob
ably be secured from Tb.9 Dalles for use
during the fair.
Mrs Ed Ramsey moved to The Dalles
Monday, where she will have the ad
vantage of school for the children.
Their farm, on the Washington side, is
J. C. Boggs brought to this office a
muskmelou that measures 4 feet 3
inches iu length. Who can beat it in J
this year of big musbmelons? . ..
Judge Kent's family, living below
town, on the 15 us kirk place, have been
afflicted with malarial fever but are
recovering from it.
Mrs. W. H. Bishop received a tele
gram Sunday informing her of the
death of her father at St. Paul on that
Mr. and Mrs. wm.-lioorman went
to Portland Tuesday to make au ei
tended visit with relatives.
Chester Shute arrived home from
Wasco Tuesday morning. He reports
times lively in that town..
A neat sign now adorns the Colum
bia Packing Co.'s buildiug, the work
of E. H. Pickard, artist
The silver medals for the baby show
have been ordered and are expected to
be here by tomorrow.
Dr. Olive Hartley of Wasco is visit-
ng her brother, Col. Hartley, and
If you wish to trade yearling cattle
or pigs for baled hay, call at Paradise
Mr. L. Neff and wife and Miss Smith
went to Portland Wednesday.
Mm. H. H. Bailey was quite sick last
week and under the doctor's care.
Charles Miller returned from Sher
man county Tuesday
The 40th annual meeting of the as
sociation began at Riverside church last
Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. The As
sociational sermon a yery able one
was preached by Kev. Arthur W. Ack-
erman of Portland, three thoughts be
ing developed m evangelization, (2)
education, (3) edification. Wednesday
morning Kev. Arthur w. Ackerman
was elected moderator; Rev. George A,
Taggartof Beaverton, vice moderator;
Kev. hi. ti. Koihnger ot Astoria, clerk;
Kev. u. o. Drake ot Jjexington, assist
ant clerk. Upon perfecting the roll it
was found tnat 'Zi churches were rep
resented by 18 ministers and 40 dele
gates. In addition there were present
Rev, Cephas F. Clapp and Rev. R. A.
Rowley, superintendents of the Home
missionary and Sunday school societies,
respectively. Rev. H. H. Wikoff of
San Francisco, field deputy of the
church building society for Pacific
coast, Revs. Samuel Greene and A. J.
Bailey of Seattle, superintendents of
the feunnay school and .Home mission
ary societies for the state of Washing
ton, Rev T. Li. Eliot, D.D., of the
First Unitarian church of Portland,
and Rev. H. K. Hines, D.D., pastor of
the M. E. church of Hood River, were
invited to sit as corresponding mem
bers. The Narrative of the Churches,
by Rev. Daniel Staver, state registrar,
indicated that there bad been a healthy
and encouraging growth during the
year, aud that the number of members
of Congregational churches in Oregon
at this time was 4,000 in round num
bers. The exercises throughout were
of deep interest and the attendance not
only of delegates but of citizens of this
place was very creditable. '
The committee on entertainment
found homes for 100 ministers and del
egates. About 75 came, although 112
names were reported. That marks the
difference between expectation and
Hon. ti. m. Uates of llillsboro, who
is interested in establishing electric
light plants, thinks it is (too bad that
so beautiful a town as Hood River has
no electric light system.
Many were the compliments the vis
itors bestowed upon the ladies for the
excellent dinners served at A.O. U. W.
Mr. A. C. Alcidore, chief clerk of the
weatner bureau at Portland, paid a
high compliment to Dr. Barrett, who
makes and forwards reports of the
weather at Hood River.
Dr. and Mrs. Barrett sent iu many
of the beautiful flowers which made up
tne unusually rich and lovely floral
display in the church. Many thanks
to the kind donors. The decorations
will be photographed.
The Columbia Packing Co. shipped
a carload of apples last night. The
company will ship two carloads a week
if this first shipment proves satisfact
ory. Cash is paid for the apples on de
livery at the depot.
Mr. C. T. Bonney lost a horse one
day last week. He was on his way from
The Dalles, when the horse, the best
one owned by Columbia Packing Co.,
was taken sick and died at Mosier with
colic. There being no trains, Mr. Bon-
nev walked to Hood River and carried
Cloud Cap Inn will close next week.
after a prosperous season.
T. C. Dallas is busy unpacking new
A light shower yesterday morning.
hardly enough to lay the dust, was our
first rain for about four weeks.
Mr. J. J. Luckey received telegrams
during the week from bis brother-iu-
aw, h. C. Doremus, at Tekoa, Wash.,
informing him of the serious illness of
wo of Mrs. Doremus' children .with
diphtheria. The eldest, Esma, was
thought to be out of danger, but Inez,
next to the youngest, was not expected
to live Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Wm. Thompson came home
from Biggs Wednesday.
Mr. Geo. H. Himes, well known all
over the northwest as Himes the Print
er, is a delegate to the association.
Those who believe chronic diarrhoea
to be incurable should read what Mr.
P. E. Grisham of Gaars Mills, La., has
to sav on the subject, viz: "I have been
a sufferer from chronic diurrbcea ever
since the war and have tried all kinds
of medicines for it. At last I found a
remedy that effected a cure, and that
was Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea -Remedy." This medicine
can always be depended upon for colic,
cholera morbus, dvsentery and diar
rhoea. It is pleasant to take and never
fails to effect a cure. 25 and 50 cent
sizes for sale by Williams & Brosius.
Dr. Jones, dentist, is permanently
ocaled in Hood River. All workgtiai-
anteed to give satisfaction. '
1 a stitch in time r 1
W v ffiWxK f We save
rt rfvVf -eit .AftVW I with 2?
8 i CLOTHING FOR MAN OR 2?
g 2 necessary, always perfect ?S )
0 CHILDREN'S "KAST IRON" COMBINATION SUIT
: consists of jacket, two pairs of pants and cap p
S FOR SALE BY 2
W0LFARD & BONE.
The following persons having been
appointed a committee to decorate the
ball at the coming fair, I sincerely re
quest thai you report at the armory
next Monday, at 2 o'clock p. m.: Mr
and Mrs. Edgar Locke, Mr and Mrs
T J Watson, Mr and Mrs H L Crapper,
Mr and Mrs J H Dukes, Mr and Mrs
T J Cunning, Mr and Mrs Fred Bailey,
Mr and Mrs A P Bateham, Mrs A B
Canfleld and Mrs A O Hershey. If
you cannot personally atteud to the
duties required please send some one
who can. Any decorations which you
can send, such as boughs of fir, cedar,
oak or Oregon grape, flags or bunting,
Will be appreciated. Flags and bunt
ing will be returned to owners.
J. S. Gray, Chairman.
In The Dalles, September 26, 1897,
Mrs. Hattie Jensen, aged 25 years.
Mrs. Jensen was the eldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Foley of Hood
River. She was born in Lane county,
Oregon, and came to Hood River with
her parents in 1891. February 8, 1896,
she was married to Ernest Jensen of
The Dalles. A daughter was born to
them two weeks before the death of
the mother. According to her wish,
the child will be cared for by its grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foley. The
Dalles Chronicle says: "The funeral
took place Monday from the Methodist
church, Rev. J. H. Wood preaching
the sermon, the interment being in
Sunset cemetery. The casket was cov
ered with flowers and great masses of
them were banked around it, tokens of
the esteem in which the deceased was
held, and of sympathy for the bereaved
husband, who so early in his married
life had happiness supplanted by sor
row." Church Notices.
Sacramental Sermon. Dr. Hines will
preach at Hood River at 11 a. m. next
Sunday and administer the Sacrament
of the Lord's Supper. All Christian
people are specially invited to partici
pate in the services.
Valley Christian Church. Sunday
school at 10 a. m.; preaching by Elder
J. W. Jenkins at 11 a. m. and7.30p.
m.; subjects, "A Life that God Ap
proved," and "Camping ou the Edge
of Forsaken Sin." Junior Endeavor
and Christian Endeavor at the usual
hours. Come and join us In the wor-
snip or the Liord.
United Krethren 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.; preaching, 7:30;
prayer meeting and choir practice
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,
Mrs. Rorer, the most famous cook in
America, says that the table for eight
people can oe provided lor ten dollars a
weeK. She has - tried it and Knows.
She proves her case in the Ladies'
Home Journal for October. She gives
twenty-one menus covering a week's
meals, aud gives full, practical dlrec
tions by which any woman can make
as attractive meals as Mrs. Korer ex
plains, tor the small sum of ten dollars.
Potatoes and apples have rotted so in
parts of Maine that not half a crop wiil
Cider Preservative. One package suf
ficient for one tmrrel. Used to arrest
fermentation in cider, and thus pre
serve its sparkling qualities. Price, 23c
per package; Williams & Brosius.
Is now open for business, carrying a full line of
Always on hand. , ,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded and Prices Reasonable.
At the old stand of the Glacier office, Hood River, Oregon. 1
II. A. YORK, Proprietor.
Of Hood River can furnish comfortable
ity. Heavy draying and transferring done
Head the Bulletin.
It is the best. Prints all the news of the
world 14 hours ahead of morning papers.
Sent by mail to your address for 60c per
month. The Weekly Bulletin $1.60 per year.
Sample copies on application. Address The
Bulletin, 622 Montgomery street, San Fran
Offers a large stock of Fruit Trees and all oth
er kinds or nursery stock. AU trees are well
rown, carefully dug, free from pests and true
a label. Whether you want one tree or 1.000.
It will nay 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 Kiver, Oregon.
Three miles south, on Mt. Hood Road.
Hood River Nursery
I planted 850 trees bought of Wm. TiHett
last spring, and they are all doing finely, and
I never lost a tree.
I planted over 700 young1 apple trees last
SDrlns. bought of Wm.Tillett.
i ney an uvea,
and some have made 4 feet era
and see them
J. J. GIBBONS.
We planted over 1100 trees bought of Wm.
Tillett lost 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 Kiver, either.
. D. R, COOPER fc SON, Mt. Hood.
Harbison Bros., Prop'rs,
Flour, Feed and all kinds of ceieals ground.
Whole Wheat Graham
HOOD RIVER, - OREGON.
GRANT EVANS. Prop'r,
Post Office Building, Hood Kiver, Or.
T. 0. DALLAS,
STOVES AND TIME
Pruning Tools, Etc.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty.
Langille House to Kent.
The building known as the Laneille house.
as a whole or in part. 'Inquire at Cloud Cap
inn oi u. a. a. lajn uilijU.
A two-horse hack, a one-horse bueev. a disk
harrow, a carriage pole and whiflietrees. Two
nouses to renu une in town toseiioriraae
for outside DroDertv. Let's all makeour wants
known and be sociable.
810 JOHN C. WHEELER.
Better than Klondike.
Fruit ranch. 2 miles from town of Hood
River, for sale. Ten acres in strawberries: 6
acres in orchard; good buildings. Everythlug
In good order. Address M. A. COOK,
siu compton, uai.
Nursery Stock for Sale.
I have for sale fi.000 two-vear-old apple trees
i of the best quality, consisting of Yellow New
town, KpiizeiiDurg. rsaiawin, jjawver. liyae s
King, King of Tompkins County, Gravensteln
and Wealthy. N. C. EVANS,
slO , ' Hood River Fruit Gardens.
Block 10 In Hood River for sale. Good house
and barn. Good orchard of choice fruit. Two
blocks from depot.
Price 81,600, in easy pay-
ments. inquire or
G. W. UACK-US.
Medical Lake Property.
I have for sale, or will trade for property In
Hood River valley or The Dalles, three well
improved lots In town of Medical Lake, the
noted health resort of Eastern Washington.
For further particulars address
Sl7 CHAS. BLOOMER,
Medical Lake, Wash.
Cow for Sale.
I have a young and gentle S-year-old cow
for sale at $25. Also, three yearling steers. '
s3 J. P. H I LLSTItOM, Tucker, Or.
AND . '
and Patent Medicines,
conveyances to all parts of the valley and vicin
with care and promptness.
To tlb-e Bsust",
Gives the choice of
-E3 O TJ T IK! S
Spokane, Salt Lake,
St. Paul, Omaha,
Chicago, Kansas City.
Low Rates to All East
V era Cities.
TIME TABLE FOK HOOD RIVER
- WEST BOUND. ' ;
No , Oregon Short Line... 5.18 A. M.
No. 3, Spokane 9.18 a. m.
EAST BOUND. . ,
No. 4, Spokane......... . 5.07 r. m.
No. 2, Oregon Sliort Litie...:.12.01 A. sc.
Leave Portland every im) days for
For full details call on O. R. & If. Agent
Hood River, or address
W. H. HURLBtTBT, ,
Geu'l Pass. Agent, Portland, O
' THE- -
wmi & AIM
Through Freight and
DailFliBL Dalles aifl PorUeM
' . ' " - '
All Freight Will Come Through
Leave The Dalles K.4" a. m.
Leave Portland 7.00 a. m.
One way ...$1 fiO
Round trip 2 50
mi nil t- ji
Freight Rates Greatly
General A ;
THE DALLES, --
Is Your Title Clear?
E. E. Savaere is prepared to examint ab
stracts of title to real estate and give opinions
on sain ti. Charges reasonable. inarti
$20 an Acre.
Eighty acres of land in Hood Elver valley
for sale at $20 an arro. Good improvments:
2 acres in strawberries; 40.) apple treoa, and
plenty of other fruit to supply a family; nine
acres in cultivation. Plenty of water lor irri
gation from private ditch. This place is ona
of the earliest in the valley for strawberries.
Vox further particulars address the Glacier.
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting inci
dent to theseiseasee is instantlyT.Hayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
have been permanently cured by it. it
i3 equallv efficient for itching piles and
a 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 a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 25
cents per package.
Forsale by illiums & Bromis.
L . iu J. Sit