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; foed Iiver Slacier.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1897.
The mall arrive from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; do-
part Tie same aays a. noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A. M. Tuesdays
ana saturaavs; arrives ai r. oi.
For White Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.
arrives at 6 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, llrst Saturday of each month
t 2 o'clock n. m. All (i. A. U. members In
vited to attend. The ladles of the Relief
Corps meet at same time In the adjoining
room. 8. F. BLYTHE, Commander.
C. J. Hayes, Adjutant.
Oleta Assembly, No. 103, United Artisans,
meets second and fourth Mondny nights of
ach month at Fraternity hall. Brothers and
elsters cordially Invited to meet with us.
E. T. CA.RNS, M. A.
i E. V. Husbands, Sec'y.
Hood River Camp, No. 270, W. 6. W. Meets
In I. O. O. F. hall second Wednesday of each
month. F. C. BKOSIUS, C. C.
H. Hknn, Clerk.
Waucoma Lodge, N.O. 80, K. of P., meets In
their Castle Hall on every Tuesday night.
W. H. Bishop, C. C.
Wk. Haynes, K. of R. & S.
Riverside Lodge, No. 68, A O. IT. W.. meets
first and third Saturdays of each month.
0. L. MOUSE, M. W.
J. K. Watt, Financier. 1
H. L. Howb, Recoider.
Idlewilde 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.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bone returned
from Arlington last week.
Don't fail to see tbe fine collection of
dressed dolls at tbe bazaar.
Robert Foley arrived home from
Crook county last Saturday.
A full line of glassware, stoneware
and crockery at VVoodworth & Hunna's.
Wm. Yates, P. M., is authorized agent
for all newspapers and periodictils
Come and see our display of Xmas
goods. v , s. ti.
Fresh milk, areoated and deodorized,
5 cents a quart. - J. H. button.
One Minute Couzta Cure cures quick
lv. That's what you want! Williams
Miss Annie Frazler went to Portland
last Saturday, where she will attend
tbe public schools.
Mr. William Boorman has bought
nmiiprtv in Portland and will remain
there during the winter.
Columbia Packing Co. pays cash for
oil kinds of stock and deals in wood
delivered to anv Dart of the Citv.
Hay and straw, by the ton or single
bale, at VVoodworth s tianna.'s.
Another carload of the White Rose
flour at Wood worth & Hanna's.
Mr. Rs Turner returned Saturday
from Portland, not much improved in
The different fraternal societies are
requested to send in the lists of new
oflieers elected for publication.
D. R. Carmichal has returned to
Dufur. where, in nartnershiu wifli
Wm. Croft, be will cut 200 cords of
wood ror u. jr. isaicn.
Mr. 8. J. LaFrance returned lust
Friday from California, where he has
iwetiforthe past three months. Mrs.
XiaFrance met him in Portland. ,
For sale, cheap, a cook stove, heating
stove, 2 parlor chairs, 4. dining room
chairs, rocker, bedstead and springs, and
kitchen furniture. Applyat thisofllce.
To retit, 2 houses; for sale, 2 desirable
places; all near toWn; easy terms. Also,
disk harrow and subsoil plow. An or
gan on installments. See T. R. Coon.
The Mountaineer says it is stated the
O. R. & N. contemplate closing its of
fice at Mosier, the receipts from the
office at that place being insufficient to
pay the agent's salary. -
F. IT. Watts, general agent for the
Monumental Bronze Co., Dufur, Or.,
Will make periodical visits to Hood
River. See his work in the cemeteries
mid then see him for terms. .
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
Mrs.Stark, Pleasant Ridge, O., says:
"After two doctors gave up my bov to
lie,I saved him from croup by using One
Minute Cough Cure." It is the quick
est and most certain remedy for coughs,
colds and all throat and lung troubles.
Williams & Brosius.
At this time nearly everybody is in
terested in crop and market reports.
The Chicago Chronicle's market page
Is unequaled in the west. ' Subscribe
for the Daily Chronicle, $4 a year, or
the Daily and Sunday Chronicle, $6 a
Mr. F. S. Perry went to Portland last
week, taking with him his daughter
3la, six years old. The child was
ross-eyed, and Dr. Brown, oculist, per
formed a very successful operation in
straightening her eyes, for which her
relatives and friends are truly thankful.
The ladies of the U. B. church will
hold their bazaar in the Langille bui Id
ing December 9th, 10th and 11th. Mu
sic and a social time will be had each
.evening. Fresh oyster stew and lunch
will be served at all hours during the
fair. A cordial invitatiou is extended
The second dance of Mrs. Bateham's
Series will occur next Friday evening.
A large attendance is hoped for, as
very particular and valuable instruc
tion will be given on that occasion. At
the third dance to be given, Dec. 17th,
Mrs. Bateham will be assisted by Mrs.
Manzey, and some extras will be intro
duced. Ladies are requested to wear
i nf ici i at a o x ft rrci t fr liimaik narvli una
Would 5'ou like to have that old or
gan look like new? Would you like
that rusty looking bed-room set revar
ntetiedar changed entirely in color ef
fect? Are your picture frames in need
of km ovation or regilding? Have you
dilapidated furniture or bric-altrac of
any kind that you would make more
pleasing to the eye and more in har
mony with the surroundings'? If -so,
call on or drop a postal to E. H. Plck
ard. Hood River. He will itnake yon
suggestions and esta mates gratis. Il.s
prices are moderate ana ue will gunranr
tee you satisfactory result or no pay
Don't be persuaded into buying lini
ments without reputation or merit
Chamberlain's Pain Balm costs no
more, and its merits have been proven
by a test of many years. Such letters
as the following, (rom L. O. Bagley,
Hueneme, Cal., are constantly being
received: "The best remedy for pain I
have ever used is Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, and I say so after having used it
in my family for several years." It
cures rheumatism, lame back, sprains
and swellings. For sale by Williams
One day recently, about tbe 30th of
November, Mr. L. Blount saw u fine
buck deer coming leisurely down the
road towards his bouse. Young Bish
op, living across the street, saw tne
deer about the same time. The latter
got bis 22 rifle and fired at the deer,
hitting bim hehlnd the ear, and he
dropped. Mr. Blount climbed the
fence, and just as the deer was about
to rise, got out his jack-knife and cut
Mr. J. W. Arraswortby, editor and
proprietor of the Wasco .News, gave
Hie Glaciek office a pleasant call on
Tuesday. He reports business lively
with lum and the town ot Wasco still
booming. A flouring mill, capable of
turning out 100 barrels a day, will be
built soon. The town gives $1,000 and
the mill site.
While J. H. Fisher of Mt. Hood was
in the county jail, charged with assault
and battery on P. F. Fonts, some one
entered his cabin and robbed him of all
the provisions he had laid up for win
ter. The old man is not able to work
and is now subsisting on the charity of
At the missionary concert and
Thanksgiving services at the East Side
church on Sunday, Nov. 28tli, a good
programme, consisting of recitations
and music, was rendered, and $5 col
lected as a Thanksgiving ottering for
At the last regular meeting of Laurel
Rebecca lodge, No. 87, I. O. O. F., the
following officers were elected for the
ensuing term: Mrs. O. B. Hartley, N.
U.;Mrs. O. E. Seymour, O. G.; Mr.
G. G. Chamberlain, secretary, and Jas.
K. Han iiu, treasurer.
The LuGrande Chronicle of Dec. 3d
learned that Mrs. S. R. Reeves of Ba
ker City was dangerously ill, but a tel
egram leceived on the day of going to
press stated she was decidedly better.
Loud peals of thunder occurred Tues
day evening, and since then we have
had heavy showers of rain. The weath
er continues warm and the snow has
uearly disappeared from our streets.
The tin wedding of Mr. and Mrs.
Bateham, last Friday evening, was
well attended and a great many suit
able presents were brought along by
Mr. Philip Spangler has been con
fined to lus house tor the past two
weeks by au attack or his old coni'
plaint, bronchitis, hut is getting better,
A literary society was organized at
Barret school house last Saturday even
ing, which will hold meetings every
The ladies' bazaar is being held in
the old post office building', instead of
in the Laugilie house, as first adver
Mr. E. E. Savage came to town Mon
day for the first time since he was
taken sick ten weeks ago. He is not a
well mail yet.
M. H. Nickelsen suggests that some'
thing should be done towards raising
funds to meet the expeusesot our town
library. ... i
Mrs. E: K. Bullard of Martenez, Cal
ifornia, is- visiting her sou, W. A.
Sliiigerland, and family.
Little Fred Chandler, who is sick
with typhoid fever, is doing well under
the care or .Dr. istOMius. 1
Miss Vina aud Henry Hackett have
gone to LaGrande to spend the whiter
with their grandmother.
Mrs. C. G. Hanson has gone to The
Dalles to spend the holidays with her
M. H. Nickelsen has home-grown
black walnuts for sale, raised by J. W.
A. E. Imbler, atFrankton.has several
tons of choice timothy hay for sale.
J. J. Luckey has rented the 40 acres
of pasture of Mrs. Henderson.
Wash your feet 1 But first buy a foot
tub of Dallas & Spangler.
The best assortment of Christmas
goods at Nickelsen 's.
See the bazaar for special bargains in
R. H. Howell returned fromiWasco
last week. ,
The ladies' bazaar is now open. .
The towu election ou Tuesday passed
off with no excitement and alight vote
was polled. Out of 100 voters in the
town, only 61 felt interested enough to
go to the polls aud vote. E. L. Smith
had no opposition tor mayor. Wm.
Yates, whose name was printed on the
ballots for mayor, withdrew, and his
name was marked oft'. Several of. our
citizens received complimentary votes
ror mayor, une man voted tor Judge
Henry for mayor and also for council
man. The judges counted only the
vote cast for him for mayor. Eugene
Bush made a good run for marshal, and
the only reason he wasn't elected was
that he didn't get votes enough. Fol
lowing is the vote:
or mayor E. L. Smith, 44.
For Aldermen P. F. Bradford. 51:
C. A. Bell, 29; J. H. Ferguson, 29; J.P.
Watson, 25: L. Henry. 23: Gorge T.
Prather, 19. Bradford, Bell and Fer
guson were elected.
or recorder J. It. Nickelsen, 52.
For treasurer--M. H. Nickelsen, 54.
For marshal Fred Howe, 21: O. L.
Strauaban, 19; Eugene Bush, 11,
'ews Bulletins by Telephone.
Dr. Brosius has received the follow
ing letter from the superintendent of
the Oregou Telephone company:
For tbe lienefit of our patrons in the
smaller towns in tbe state of Oregon,
to which the lines of this company ex
tend- it is Intended, as au experiment.
for three months, commencing Wed
nesday, December 15, 1897. to send,
every morning, very brief bulletins
made up from the morning papers, of
the most important news of the day.
These .bulletins will be given to the
.different offices as near the hour of 8 as
the service will permit. From time to
time during the day, if there is any
4 hing very extraordinary . .happens, m
i speciidl-uik'tiii will Lceut.
G. A. R.
Canby post, met last Saturday and
elected officers for the coming year.
Fifteen members were in attendance.
Considerable discussion was had over
the report of the committee on the
Kiser case. Comrade. Kiser, who is not
a member of the post, was a pensioner
under the law of 1890, but was dropped
from the roll under the Cleveland ad
ministration when it was discovered
that he had served in the Confederate
army. He was taken prisoner and af
terwards, while a prisoner, enlisted in
a federal regiment to serve against the
Indians on the plains. The committee
Comrade Philip Spangler was re
The following officers were elected
for the ensuing year:
Commander, Frank Noble.
Senior vice commander.G. R.Castner.
Junior vice commander.D.H.Clough.
Adjutant, T. J. Cunning.
Quartermaster, L. Henry.
Surgeon, A. L. Phelps.
Chaplain, J. W. Rigby.
Officer of the day, L. D. Blount.
Officer of the guard, O. L.Stranahan.
-Delegate to state encampment, T. J.
Cunning; alternate, G.'R. Castner.
A delegation from ' the Relief Corps
reported that tbe corps had re-elected
Mrs. T. J. Cunning president and all
the other officers of the corps were re
elected. Franklin Noble, the new commander
of the post, is one of the charter mem
bers aud has been a resident of Hood
River for over twenty years. He is a
veteran of two wars and has a record
for longer service than any member of
the post, lie was born in Carlisle, Pa.,
05 years ago; came west in 1851, and in
looo enlisted and served one year with
uenerai walker in his nhbusteriirg ex
pedition to Nicaraugua. Returning to
the United States, he enlisted in Com
pany i),'Kecond dragoons, commanded
by Captain (afterwards General) Sully,
and served live years, in ism here
enlisted and served till the end of the
war in Company F, Third California
infantry, campaigning against the In
dians. At the battle of Bear River he
was twice wounded, being shot by an
arrow in the right hand and by a bullet
in me right knee. .During this right
his feet were frozen, necessitating the
amputation of his toes, wjiich never
healed, and cause him trouble to this
day. He receives a pension of $24 a
mouth for the loss of his toes.. Com
rade. Noble is an enthusiastic Grand
Army man, will take pride in the of
fice he is elected to till for the coming
year, and cheenuuy give Ms time and
attention to all its details.
Saturday last Mr. George Booth
drove to town, accompanied by Miss
Lenz. He was driving a colt, and
when ready to start for home, stopped
iu front of Nickelsen's store for Miss
Lenz. As she was about to step into
the cart, Mr. Booth raised his umbrel
la, which frightened the horse and he
started to run down the street. Just
below Wolfard & Bone's store Mr.
Booth was thrown violently against
the fence, but he held on to the lines
and regained his seat in the cart. The
horse was turned up the street but kept
running and kicking, and at Rand's
coiner the cart upset and Mr. Booth
got caught in one of the wheels and
was dragged across the street before the
horse could be stopped. Mr. Booth
was badly bruised about the face and
arms and legs and received a severe cut
on the forehead. . He was taken to the
Mt. Hood hotel, where his wounds
were dressed by Dr. Watt. His daugh
ter, Mrs. J. L. Atkinson, was tele
phoned and came up from Portland on
the night train, accompanied by her
son Myron. When Mr. Booth was
picked up it was thought by everyone
present that he was killed, hut he soon
rallied, and as no bones were broken
he will be ail right again in two or
three weeks and ready tor another run
away. Ihe horse, ran away in driving
to town in the morning, but Miss Lenz,
who is pretty good herself at managing
a horse, held him in till he checked his
speed. Mrs. Atkinson returned to
Portland on tbe delayed Spokaue ex
press Suuday evening, taking her fath
er along, and he will remain in Port
land until he Is fully recovered from
How to Prevent Pneumonia.
At this time of the year a cold is very
easily contracted, and if left to run its
course without the aid of some reliable
cough medicine is liable to result In
that dread disease, pneumonia. We
know of no better remedy to cure a
cough or cold than Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. We have used it
quite extensively and it has always
given entire satisfaction. Olagah,
lnd. Jer. Chief.
This is the only remedy that is
known to be a certain preventive of
pneumonia. Among the many thou
sands who have used it foi colds and
la grippe, we have never yet learned of
a single case having resulied in pneu
monia. Persons who have weak lungs
or have reason to fear an attack of
pneumonia, should keep the remedy at
hand, rue zo and o" cent sizes lor sale
by Williams and Brosius. i
for 8 years from dyspepsia and chronic
constipation and was finally cured by
using Hewitt's Little Early Risers, the
famous little pills for all stomach and
liver troubles. Williams & Brosius.
Miss Allie Hughes, Norfolk, Va., was
frightfully burned on the face und neck.
Pain was instantly relieved by DeWitt's
witch Hazel isaive.which healed the in
jury without leaving a scar. It is the fa
mous pile remedy. Williams & Brosius.
Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrisburg.Pa.,savs:
"My child is worth millions to me, yet 1
would have lost her by croup had 1 not
invested za cents m a bottle ot UneMm
ute Cough Cure." It cures coughs, colds
and all throat and lung trouble?. Will
iams & Brosius. '
: It is easy to catch a cold and just as
easy to get rid of it if you commence
early to use One Minute Cough Cure.
It cures coughs, colds, bronchitis.pneu
monia and all throat and luiig troubles.
It is pleasant to take, unfe to use and
sure to cure. WiMams & Brosius.
' J. A. Perkins of Antiquity, O., was for
30 years needlessly tortured by physi
cians for the cure of. eczema. "He was
.quickly cured by using DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve, t he famous heal ing salve for
piles and sliiu .diseases WiUUitus & Bro-
M'JM. ' :
East Hood River.
Mr. Vest Hardin returned from Sher
man county Sunday.
jyir. wm. Jackson, jr., win soon go
to -Sherman county, to remain during
Mr. Ross Turner returned from Port
land Saturday, where he had been un
der treatment at the hospital for a week
There is no question but what the
East Side has been well irrigated du
ring the last week or two, but the water
was turned on too late to be of i turned
A Christmas tree has been proposed
for Christmas eve at the Pine Grove
school house in connection with reci
tations, music, etc.
Mr. Bushneil, the lightning sketch
artist and cartoonist, entertained the
audience at Pine Grove school house
last Friday evening in a manner that
very few, if any, had ever enjoyed be
fore. Mr. Busbuell executed his draw
ings with rapidity aud accuracy: his
remarks on each picture while being
developed were pithy and run or hu
mor. The best drawing of the evening
was tne "V mage Church in Midwin
ter." The windows were bright with
warm ngnt and one could almost seem
to hear the peals of the organ from
within. The last feature developed in
the picture was that of a youth and
maiden in the near foreground sil
houetted against the white snow, add
ing ine and reality to Ihe scene,
Among others, the Chinaman was in
troduced as a ward of Uncle Sam. As
first drawn, the face wore a pleasant
smile; a few stroke of the crayon and
it was cnanged to tierce anger. Again
the crayon touched it and theexpres
sion changed to laughter. Likenesses
of representalive men were produced in
a few moments. Most wonderful of
all was the changing, by a few strokes
of the crayon, the face of one of the
most noted statesmen of the present
uay to an accurate likeness or mm
whom we love to call the "father of bis
country." The last scene was a beau
tiful marine view from the mouth of
the Columbia river. The audience
watched with interest every move of
tne crayon and consequent develop
ment of the picture, while meaningless
lines and masses or black took on lite
and proportion and pleased the eye
witu unexpected scenic characters. .
and Mrs. W
River, Dec. 6, 1897, to Mr.
. J. Baker, a daughter.
The annual meeting of the Congre
gational church will be held next Wed
nesday, December 15th, at 1 o'clock.
All the members of the church are re.
quested to attend, as matters of im
portance will require attention. By
request of trustees.
The "week of prayer," beginning
jsionaay, January 3d, win be observed
at the Congregational church iu ac
cordance with its long-time custom.
Rev. J. L. Hershner will conduct
services next Sunday, both morning
and evening. Subject at morning ser
vice, "Humanity's Debt to St. Paul."
Elders James Geddes, B. D. Jensen
and G. H. Carver of the church of Jesus,
Christ of Latter Day Saints, will hold
services in t lie Fran kton school house
next Sunday at 2 o'clock, and in the
Valley Christian church at 7:30 p. m.
M. E. Church. Monthly appoint
ments on Hood River circuit:
IstSunday Hood River, 11 a. ra Hines.
jtiooa uiver, T.m p. m ;Aiclier.
Belmont, 7:30 p. m Hines.
Pine Grove. 11 a. m Archer.
2d Sunday Hood River, 11 a. m Archer.
jtiooq ttiver, 7:30 p. m nines.
Belmont, 11a. m Hines.
Cranner. 2:30 d. m Archer.
3d Sunday Hood River, 11 a. m Archer.
iiooa mver, 7:30 p. m tunes.
Belmont, 7:30 p. m Archer.
Pine Grove. 11 a. m Hines.
4th Sunday Hood River, 11 a. m Hines.
jH.ooa ttiver, 7:au p. rn Arcner.
Belmont, 11 a. rn Archer.
Crapoer. 2:30 d. m Hines.
6th Sunday Hood River, 11 a. m Hines.
iooa mver, 7:su p. in Mines.
Mount Hood, 11 a. in Archer.
Congregational Church. The pastor
win conduct services next Kunday.
Sunday school at 10. C. E. society at
6:30. .'ihe Sunday school is making
arrangements for a Christmas enter
tainment. United Brethren Church Services.
Preaching each Sabbath morning and
evening. Sunday school at 10 a.m.;
Senior Eudeavor, 6.45 p. m.; preach
ing, 7.30 p. m.; prayer meeting Wed
nesday evening; choir practice, Friday
evening. Rev. J. T. Merrill, pastor.
After hearing some friends contin
ually praising Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Curtis
lueck, or Anaheim, caiirorma, pur
chased a bottle of it for bis own use
and is now as enthusiastic over its
wonderful work as anyone can be. The
25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by Will
iams aud urosius.
Prosperity comes quickest to the man
whose liver is in good condition. De
Witt's Little Early Risers are famous
little pills for constipation, biliousness,
indigestion and all stomach and liver
troubles. Williams & Brosius.
WANTED TRUSTWORTHY AND ACT
ive gentlemen or ladies to travel for re
sponslble.establisbed house in Oregon. Month
ly and expenses. Position steady. Refer
ence. Inclose sell'-aadressed stamped envelope.
The Dominion Company, Dept. Y, Chicago.
E. H. PICKARD,
Painter & Decorator
PAPER HANGING, WALL TINTING,
GRAINING and NATURAL WOOD FIN
ISH. I make a specialty of my trade, and or
ders will receive prompt attention. Satisfac
tory work at live and let live prices guaran
teed. Estimates gratis. Jy2
DALLAS & SPANGLER
Pruning Tools, Etc.
We have a new and complete stock of hard
ware, stoves and tinware, to which we will
keep e-onstuntly adding. Our prices will con
tinue to be as low as Portland prices.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty.
T Z2HE IE
Is now open for business, carrying a full line of
Perfumery and Toilet Articles,
Always on hand.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded and Prices Reasonable.
At the old stand of the Glacier office, Hood River, Oregon.
H. A. YORK, Proprietor.
, M. S. & L.
S T1 -A-
Of Hood River can furnish comfortable
t IT riom-ir .li.nirit.rr .tnI txnna.xinn
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. L. Smith Oldest Established House in the valley.
JDx-y Gr-ood-e, Cl6t2a.Ixa.gr,
.Flour, Peed, Etc., Etc.
TILLETT & GALLIGAN, Propr's.
Deal only In first-class Nursery Stock. Send
proprietors and make a speijjalty of the now
Has made his headquarters again with
With the best selected stock ever brought
mention. Come and see for yourself.
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.
Harbison Bros., Prop'ks,
Manufacturers of -
Flour, Feed and all kinds ofceieals ground.
Whole Wheat Graham
HOOD RIVER. -------- OREGON.
GRANT EVANS. Prop'r,
Post Office Building, Hood River, Or.
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
(Successor to Dr. Morgan)
Will do a general practice and devote special
attention to surgical cases and Diseases of
Office and residence, second door north of
Nickelsen's store. s3.
DR. E. T. CARNS
Is now located in Portland, at 113 Russell
street. Will make regular trips to flood
River on the first of every month and remain
One cent a dose.
This Great Cough Curb nromutlv cures
Where all others fail. Coughs, Croup, Sore
Throat, Hoarseness, Whoopinr Cough and
Asthma. For Consumption it has no rival;
has cured thousand, and will cube Ton if
taken in time. Sold by Druggists on a guar
antee. For a Lame Back or Chest, uso
SHILOH'S BELLADONNA PLASTER.2ik5.
Have vou Uatarrh ? This remed v la minrfln.
teed to cure you. Prioo,50et3. Injectorfroo.
l'ir sale l.y H A. YOltK.
and Patent Medicines,
2S L ZI s
conveyances to all parts of the vallev and vicin-
nrilh .1 n A
for Catalosue and Trice List. They are sola
to Hood River.
Too many Christmas Goods t
To tlb.e East,
Gives the choice of
TllANSCON TIN EN TA L
E O XT TE s
Via Via '
Spokane, Salt Lake,
St. Paul, Omaha,
AND ' AND
Chicago, Kansas City.
Lowest Rates to All
TIME TABLE FOK HOOD 1UVER
No , Oregon Short Line 4.30 a. m.
No. 3, Spokane 10. Hi a. ji.
No. 4, Spokane 4 S3 p. sr.
No. 2, Oregon Short Line..... 1 1.4H a. m.
Leave Portland every five dnys for
SA N FRAM CISCO.
Steamers monthly from Portland to Yolu
homa and Hong Kong, via the Norlliem Pn
cilie Steamship Co.in connection wilhO.K.&N
For full details call on O. R. !t N. Au t
Hood River, or aduresc
W. H. HURLM'IIT,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, O
A Jersey Bull, 15 months old. No hr: n 's.
A suitable reward will he paid for infon.in
tton of his whereabouts or his return to my
place. . JOHN KOBKlKi.
Tetter, Salt-Rheum, and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting inci
dent to theie diseases is instantly tillay c d :
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
a favorite remedy for sore nipples ;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bite a
and" chronic sore eyes. 20cts. per box.
Dr. Cady'B Condition Powders, ara
jnst what a feorse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier find
vermifuge. They are not food but
tnadtcine and the best in use to put a
horso in prime condition. Price 25
03nta per package.
Forsale by Wi'lit'ins & iliot-itiK