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; FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1897.
Th. mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A, M. Wednesday and Saturdays; de
parts 'e same aays a', noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at 8 A. M . Tuesdays
ana Saturdays: arrives ai r. m.
for White Salmon leaves (Lilly at 1 P. M.
arrives at 6 o'clock P. M.
From White Balmon. leaves for Fulda. Gil'
mer. Trout Lake and Glenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and rrioavs.
''' ' SOCIETIES.
Canby Post, No. 16, G. A. R., meets at School
House Hall, first Saturday of each month
at 2 o'clock d. m. All G. A. R. members In
vited to attend. The ladles of the Relief
Corps meet at same time In the adjoining
room.. , .. B. r . ulythis, commander.
C J. HAYES, Adjutant. . '
'' ' ' 1 . . 1 .. uA inQ TTnll.J A ... I ...... n
meets second and fourth Monday nights of
each month at Fraternity hall, brothers ana
sisters cordially invited to meet with us.
E. T. CARNS, M. A,
" E. V. Husbands, Heo'y.
Hood River Camp, No. 270, W. O: W. Meets
in l. o. u. . nail secona wennesnay oi eacn
. month. ' v F. C. BROSIUS, C. C,
H. Hbnn, Clerk.
; Wauooma Lodge, No. 80, K. of P., meeU In
lliolr Castle Hall on every i uesaay nignt.
W. H. Bishop, C. C.
W!C. HAYNE8, K. of R. & S. ,
"Riverside Lodge, No. 68, A O. U. W., meets
arst and third Saturdays of each month.
0. L. MORSE, M. W,
4 J. F. Watt, Financier.
H. L. Howe, Recoider.
Idlewilde Lodge, No. 107, 1. O. 0. F meets
In Fraternal hall every Thursday night,
mi.', ' THUS. LACY, N. G,
a;. F, E. Jones, Seo'y.
; BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
. The best assortment of Christinas
goods at Nickelsen's.
- Wm. Yates, P. M., is authorized agent
-.for all newspapers and periodicals
r.". All the choicest vegetables of the rea
son at the Columbia Packing Co.'s
-v One Minute Cough (Jure cures nulck
, ly. That's what you want! Williams
& Brosius. . s
''"'"'A line' assortment of rocking chairs
for Christmas, all sizes, from $1 up, at
the furniture store.
. Mrs. Stewart came up from Portland
last Friday and will visit with relatives
'. during the holidays. '
'. Mrs.' Geo. P. Crowell arrived home
. Monday, after a three-months' visit
with relatives aud friends in Minue-
II. W. Wait brought a carrot to this
office last week- that weiirhs nine
4Xutids. Now,, let's, hear fromHardjl
.. . Miss Rose Ries of Mount Hood grad
. uated as nurse in the St. Vincent hos
'pital, "Portland, December 16th, along
. with four other ladies. .
This time we have a hog; story worth
publishing. Mr. Win. Ellis butchered
u six-month's old hog, last week, that
, dressed 220 pounds. Who can beat it?
V . Matt Russell came down from Wasco
1ast Monday. It was his intention to
take his sister' Ada back with him to
Wasco, but she is sick and couldn't go.
- Robert Leasure of Mt. Hood made
filial proof on his homestead at The
, Dalles land office Tuesday, His wit
n esses were D. C. Cooper and William
F, H Watts, general agent for the
Monumental Bronze Co., Dufurv.Or.,
will, make periodical visits to Hood
" River. See his work in the. cemeteries
and then see him for terms.
'v Some light-fingered person swiped a
lot. of handkerchiefs from the counter
in Wood worth & Hanna's store lust
.Thursday. ' The handkerchiefs were
Worth probably two or three dollars.
Mr. CVj. Hayes last week purchased
foul boxes of W. J. Baker's finest Yel
low Newtown apples, which were sent
by T. 8., Wright of Portland to Ore
gon's congressional delegation at Wash
ington.: f ; -. : .,.'-.
(v.riie j.Advent Christian church at
Tucker's, is nearing completion. It
will be completed far enough to hold
services in it on Christmas. Two min
isters from Portland are expected to be
present on that day.
Doii't'spend all your money buying
Xmas presents for others but save it
and buy yourself something needful,
'Useful as well as ornamental by having
,your teeth fixed up by Dr. E. T. Cams
n his next trip, January 1st. Office at
Mt. Hood hotel. ,
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
j Mre.Stark, Pleasant Ridge, O., says:
?After two doctors gave up my bov to
die, I saved him from croup by using One
Minute Cough Cure." Jt is the quick
est and most certain remedy for coughs.
cdlds and all throat and lung troubles.,
viiiiams & urosius.
''The citizens of Frankton are in dead
earnest about starting a cannery and
may that if no move is made soon to
tart one in town it will be put up at
Frankton. They are tired of shipping
green'fruit for the benefit only of com
mission men and transportation com
panies. R. M. Hunt is putting tip a fine
UHlity of grated horseradish in the
best of cider vinegar, which is for sale
by the Columbia Packing Co. Mr.
Hunt will go into the business of pre
paring this wholesome appetizer on a
larger, scale if he meets with the en
couragement he deserves.
iXt the Frankton school house last
Friday, in Prof. Neffs room, a literary
programme was rendered, including a
debate on the subject, "Resolved, That
England bad a right to attempt to suih
press the rebellion in the colonies in
1776," which was decided in the neg
ative. Thos. Calkins, Mel Foley and
Roy Ellis spoke in the affirmative, and
Walter Isenberg, Walter Hull and El
mer Campbell in the negative.
Tile editor couldn't afford to buy his
wife'any new furniture for Christ ma,
buj fortunately he reads the ads in the
Glacier, and noticing that E. H.
Pifkard, the artistic painter and dec
orator, was prepared to renovate old
luijiMtuiC) lie; an viujo raw . n vuaiili: iu
luljke.lils home look brighter with a
snmtl outlay. Mr. Plckard was called
and did a neat job on the old furniture,
. whicli-'Tiow looks like new. , Call on
Pickard, and you will be surprised, not
alone at the transformation he will
miike in your home but also at the
sumll cost to you; . ',
Last Saturday morning Ir. 8. WJ,
Arnold went hunting. Soon after he
left home a big wild cat came along
and crabbed a chicken and with it
crawled under the house... Mrs. Arnold
tried to save the chicken and frighten
the wild cat away by throwing sticks
at it and finally punched it with a
scaiitling. The wild cat only curved
his back and trrowled, wblie lie Held
fastto the chicken. Mr. Friedly, the
nearest neighbor, was called, who dis
patched It with a gun. Mr. Arnold
failed to sight any game on his hunt
Mr. D. Bradley will give an enter
tainment on the graphophone next
Monday evening, uecemoer Z7tn, at
A. O. tJ. W. hall. One-half the re
ceipts at. the door will go to the Hood
River library. The graphophone is
something new to Hood River, and
should draw a full house, especially as
one-half the proceeds of the entertain
ment will be used for thelibrary,whlch
is In need of funds. Tickets on sale at
Nlckelsen's store. Doors will open at
7:30; performance will commence at 8.
Admission, 25 and 15 cents. ,,.
"I should like to say to the congre
gation before Christmas Is upon us,"
said the good old country parson, "that
if the ladies who so generously supply
me with slippers every year will kind
ly meet together and consider the ad
visability of pooling their efforts so as
to provide me wit h one pair of high
topped gum itools instead of SO pairs of
slippers, I shall be very grateful." .
The new road on the East Side, lead
ng from Reynolds' place along the
bluffs fronting Hood River to Foss'
spring, on the old county road, is going
to I a great improvement tor tne ii,ast
Siders and will open up a fine body of
land along the east side of the river,
near town, that has heretofore been In-
acceseable for the want of a road.
Riverside lodge A. O. U. W. and D.
of H. christened their new kitchen at
their last meeting. The sisters found
it very convenient and appeared quite
at home. The wonder is how we did
without it for so long a time. We an
ticipate having good times this winter.
Come, see and taste. . H.
A letter has been received at The
Dalles from Will Langille. He arrived
with his party at Dawson City Sept.
28th, all in good shape. They got
tli rough with 4,000 pounds or supplies.
The letter was written Oct. 1st and did
not reach its destination till Dec. 19th.
A Christmas tree entertainment will
be given at the Congregational church
on Christmas (Friday) eve, at 7 o'clock.
All the children will be rememoered
with candy, nuts, oranges, etc. Santa
Claus will do his best to please every-
Boay. a good programme win neren
dered. The weather has been cloudy and
cold for .the past week,-wlth the ther-'
mometer ranging from 25 to 80 above
zero. A thin covering of. enow is on
the ground, but not enough to protect
strawberry plants. Strawberry grow
ers are wishing for snow.
The county commissioners' court will
meet January 5th. At this meeting
the reports of road supervisors will be
received and their accounts settled,
supervisors aud 'election boards will be
appointed ana other county business
will be transacted.
Grass Valley Journal: Rev. C. D.
Nickelsen preached one of the best ser
mons last Sunday evening that ever
was beard in Moro. His subject was,
"Where Art Thou," and was surely
handled In a masterly manner.
Mr. Ed Williams came home Wed-
nesdey to spend the holidays. He was
accompanied by Mr. Charles McNulty
ofBerkely, Call, a ' classmate, who re
turned to Ban l' ranclsco today on the
Dr. Hines' address at Pendleton, on
the life of Dr John MeLoughlin, was
published in full in Sunday's Orego
nian. It Is eloquent arid full of remi
niscences of the early days of Oregon.
Some person' without the fear of the
law as provided in the statutes of Ore
gon entered the root house of R. J.
Ellis, one day last week, and stole a
box of apples and a sack of potatoes.
The "primary department of the
Frankton school closed. Wednesday,
for the term. Prof. Neff's room closed
for the holidays on the same day but
will open again Jan nary 3d.
Mi. D. E. Miller, at Frankton, sends
us word that there is a young bull in
his pasture and thinks it might be the
one advertised by Mr. Koberg.
Constant surprises, meaningless lines
and masses of black develop into forms
of life and beautiful scenes, at Congre
gational church, December 30th.
H. B. Langille has accepted a posi
tion with the Westinghouse Electric
Co. at Los Angeles and will leave for
that place the first of January. ,
The artist's crayou will recall to mind
tender recollections and scenes of child
hood, at Congregational church, Thurs
day evening, December 80th.
There will be a public installation of
officers elected by the Masonic lodge
and Eastern Star chapter, Mondav.
December 27, at 2 p. m.
Supreme Paymaster Tate of the A.
O. U. W., will be in Hood River on
the 22d of January and will talk in the
interests of the order.
Likenesses of representative men
drawn in a few moments, at Congre
gational : church Thursday evening,
The fourth dancing party under the i
management of Mrs. A. P. Bateham
will lie a calico ball on New Year'seve.
Mrs. Bevans of Stevenson, daughter
of Mr. T. H. Clark, was in Hood River
Monday, returning home next day.
Mrs. Middleton and Mrs. Kline came
up Irom Portland Monday and will
spend Christmas with Mrs. Bone.
Miss Florence Wheeler, who has
been sick for the past four weeks, has
about recovered her health.
Elaborate preparations are being
made in all the churches for Christmas
trees this, Friday, evening.
Appropriate Christmas services will
le conducted at the' Congregational
church on Sunday, at 11 a. m.
Mr. John Sweeney lost a five-dollar
gold piece out of his pocket on the
streets one day last week. '
Get ready for the New Year's eve
dance by buying your calico at Wol-
fard & Bone's.
Mr. D. Bradley returned last
from a trip to Southern Oregon.
The only place In town to get fresh
peanuts is at M.H. Nickelsen's.- - -
Judge Henry and John Mo u roe went
to The Dalles Wednesday.
. ; Helen B. Palmer Bradford was born
in Dativllle, VertulUion county,Illiuol8,
in 1835, and died suddenly of heart dis
ease in her comfortable home in Hood
River, on Tuesday evening, December
21, 1897, aged 62 years. Her mother
died when she was quite young. Her
father, three brothers and one sister,
with herself, crossed the plains in the
early pioneer year 1851, and settled at
the Cascades of the Columbia. She,
with other members of her father's
family, passed through the stirringand
exciting Indian episodes of those early
years, one brother being killed at the
cruel massacre at the Cascades in 1850.
The other brothers saved their lives by
escaping to the woods. She was united
in marriage with Mr. P. F. Bradford
at the Cascades, March 28, 1852, and
for over 45 years this happy pair were
permitted to share each other's joys,
sorrows, disappointments and successes.
Her sister, Luna, was married on the
same date to Mr. B. B. Bishop, who
died about one year ago at Pendleton.
Her oldest brother settled at White
Salmon, where he died. The remain
ing brother, Gerdou Palmer, died in
Hood River nearly three years ago.
An older sister, Mrs. Ertiily Sconce,
and mother of Mrs. A. B. Canfleld,
came to Oregon in 1853 and died at
McMinnville some years ago. '
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford lived at the
Cascades for 16 years from the date of
their marriage, Mr. .Bradford being in
terested in those busy days in a steam
boat line on the Columbia river. For
the last 25 years, until nearly two years
ago, they lived in and near Portland,
save short intervals spent in Mew Eng
land and l alitornia. jn early two years
ago they bought their present home in
Hood Jtiver, where they hoped to
spend, in the peace and quietude of
their declining years,, tne balance or
their days. Five children were born
to their union, four dying In infancy,
leaving but one son, Mr.-P. F. Brad
ford, jr., to mourn the irreparable loss
of a kind aud loving mother.
Mrs. Jtsradtord became a member of
the Presbyterian church in 1864, and
since then, wherever residing, identi
fied herself with either the Congrega
tional or Presbyterian churches; at the
timeof her death being a faithful mem
ber of the Congregational church in
Hood River. During her residence in
Hood River Mrs. Bradford endeared
herself by her cheerful and affable dis
position, her kindly words and honest
simplicity of life, to a large circle of
friends, who deeply mourn her sudden
departure. , . .
After a brief prayer offered by her
pastor, Rev. J. L. Hershner, at her late
home on Thursday nooti, all..thatw.as
mortal of Mrs. Bradford was taken to
the Congregational church, where ap
propriate public services were conduct
ed, after which she was laid to rest in
We mourn her loss as a kind neigh
bor, a true friend, a loving wife and an
affectionate mother. Her memory ivill
abide with us in peace and love.
M. E. Church. Monthly appoint
ments on Hood River circuit:
1st Sunday Hood River, 11 a. m Hines.
Hood River, 7:80 p. m Archer.
Belmont, 7:30 p. m Hines.
Pine Grove, 11 a. m Archer.
2d Sunday Hood River, 11 a. m Archer.
Hood River, 7:30 p. m Hines.
Belmont, 11a. m Hines.
Crapper, 2:30 p. m Archer.
3d Sunday Hood River, 11a, m Archer.
Hood River, 7:30 p. m Hines.
Belmont, 7:30 p. m Archer.
Pine Grove, 11 a. m Hines.
4th Sunday Hood River, 11a. m Hines.
Hood River, 7:80 p. m Archer.
Belmont, 11 a. in Archer.
Crapper, 2:30 p. m Hines.
oth Sunday Hood River, 11 a. m Hines.
Hood River, 7:30 p. m Hines.
Mount Hood, 11 a. m Archer.
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
fiven entire satisfaction. Ulagah,
nd. Ter. 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 resulted in pneu
monia. Persons! who have weak lungs
or have reason to fear an attack of
pneumonia, should keep the remedy at
hand. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale
by Williams and Brosius. '
Christmas vegetables fresh at Colum
bia Nursery grounds. Parsnips, carrots,
vegetable oyster, rutabagas, potatoes
and beans. If you are getting short of
such provisions call on H. C. Bateham.
for 8 years from dyspepsia and chronic
constipation and was finally cured by
using Hewitt's .Little Hiarly Kisers, the
famous little pills for all stomach and
liver troubles. Williams & Brosius. .
Miss Allie Hughes, Norfolk. Va., was
frightfully burned on thefaceand neck.
Pain was instantly relieved by DeWitt'si.
Witch Hazel Saive.whicb healed the in
jury without leaving a scar. It is the fa
mous pile remedy. vviiiiamsStsrosius.
Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrisburg,Pa.,says:
"My child is worth millions to me, yet 1
would have lost hpr by croup had I not
invested 25 cents in a bottle of One Min
ute Cough Cure." It cures coughs, colds
and all throat and lung troubles. Will
iams & Brosius.
It is easy to catch a cold and iust 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 lung troubles.
It is pleasant t take, safe to use and
sure to cure. Williams & Brosius.
J. A. Perkins of Antiquity, O., was for
80 years needlessly tortured by physi
cians for the cure of eczema. He was
quickly cured by using DeWitt's Witch l
Hazel baive,thetaninushpaiing8alve tor
piles and skin diseases. Williams & Bro
sius. 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, Irom L. G. 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 swelliiiHS. For sale bv Williams &
I Brosius. -
Jf East Hood River.
Mr. Boardman and son Charles re'
turned from Sherman couuty last
Mrs. Porter and Miss Gladys Sears
will spend Christmas.with their parents
in .Hood Kiver.
Mr. Hardin's team of large bays are
dangerously ill with a disease resem
bling pink eye. Mr. Charles Wells
lost a horse last week from some sim
ilar disease. .
The Christmas tree at Pine Grove
school house will be an enjoyable af
fair. A good programme of speaking
and singing, with an abundance of
sweet meats and nuts for all.
The residents of East Hood River
have for periods ranging from five to
twenty-five years been hauling their
nroduce to the ton of the hi if hill and
letting the load descend of its own mo
mentum down the precipitous incline
tor a mile and a nalt, pushing tne team
along in front. As far as the team was
coucerned it was a very satisfactory
proceeding, but hard on brake blocks
and wagou tires. We have-been warn
ed from youth up to avoid the broad
way that leadeth, etc. We are given
our choice to follow it or a better way,
but the unfortunates of the vicinity
above mentioned have for a quarter of
a century had no choice but were
obliged to travel this typical broad way
set with sloughs of unknown depths,
piled with ragged rocks for unwary
ieet, an anyss on one side, a mountain
on the . other. There are beautiful
sights and pleasant anticipations to
lure the traveler on, while the jour
neys ena is not such a disagreeable or
unsavory place to remain in as has
been pictured to the youthful mind.
Still, a few hours there creates a desire
to flee to the refuge of home and fire
side. JNow, climbing a snow-capped
mountain in summer for sport is one
thing, but When one has tor many
years coaxed nis jaded team to draw an
empty wagon, or worse still, a -loaded
one, up the perpendicular (metaphor
ically speaking) side or a hill, over a
path or trail called a county road, it is
only natural that atteryears or taxation
on his strength and patience, not to
mention the wearing out of numerous
norses and harness, and the drain on
his pocket book necessary to keep this
same hill road irom being obliterated
by the action of the elements and wash
ed into the Columbia river, it is only
natural that he should grow weary of
not doing very well and wish for an
easier route by which to leave the
lower regions (of Hood River valley)
for higher altitudes. So( the powers
that be are petitioned, his prayers are
granted and a desirable path is located
on which he can- travei'and by-permission
of the county court call it a coun
ty road as soon as it is made as passa
ble as the old one. Whereas the grade
on the old road ranges trom 10 to 45
feet in 100, while the new road is grad
ed to 8 feet per 100, with 50 foot levels
every few hundred feet for rests and
breakwater; and whereas it is less than
a mile long, compared with alnile and
a half, with the grading already under
way, it will be but a short time until
the long-suffering East Siders will have
an easy road by which to descend into
the world and a sure way of returning
above when it pleases their fancy.
In Hood River, December 18, 1897,
to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith, a son.
Dr. Jones made a professional visit
to Stevenson last week.
T After hearing some friends contin
ually praising Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Curtis
Fleck; of Anaheim, California, pur
chased a bottle of it for his own use
and is now as enthusiastic over its
wonderful work as anyone can be. The
25 and 50 cent sizes for Bale by Will
iams and Brosius.
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.
W ANTE D-TRUST WORTHY AND ACT
ive eentlemen or ladies to travel for re-
sponsible.establtshed house in Oregon. Month
ly IMS and expenses. Position steady. Refer
ence. Inclose self-addressed stamped envelope.
The Dominion Company, Dept. Y, Chicago.
E. H. PICKARD,
' ! Hood River,
Painter & Decorator
PAPER HANGING. WALL TINTING.
GRAINING and NATURAL WOOD FIN
ISH. I make a specialty of my trade, and or
ders will ratelve prompt attention. Satisfac
tory work at live and let live prices guaran
teed. Estimates gratis. jy2
Pruning Tools, Etc.
We have a new and complete stock of hard
ware, stoves and tinware, to which we will
keeD constantly adding. Our prices will con
tinue to be as low as Portland prices.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty,
DR. M. A. JONES.
I CAVEATS, DESIGNS, TRADE-MARKS.
in Send us a model or rough pencil $
1 SKETCH oi your invention ana wo win
$ EXAMINE and report as to its patent- fa
a ability. " Inventors' Guide or Row to tiet fa
a Patent," sent tree.
jg O'FARRELL, FOWLER & O'FARRELL,
2J - Lawyers and Solicitors of American and $
fl - , Foreign Patents, JJJ
1 1425 N. Y. AVE., WASHINGTON, D. C.
3 Whi ii writing mentloo this taper.
Lf IB M HI I Hi B 7k
i &.iy 1 All
Is now open for business,
: Always on hand.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded and Prices Reasonable. ,
At the old stand of the Glacier office, Hood RlV-er, Oregon. '
H. A. YORK, Proprietor.
M. S. &
STABL E S
Of TTood River can furnish comfortable conveyances to all carts of the valley and vicin
ity. Heavy draylng and transferring done with
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. L.Smith Oldest Established House la the valley.
' DEALER IN ' -' K-'r '.'--:''
DDr37" G-oodc, Cl0tli.i3n.gr,
AND . . 7- ., . .. .
Flour, Feed, Etc., Etc.
KiTrBK g 13 u roc? I V -
TILLETT & GALLIOAN, Propr's.
Tleal onlv In first-class Nursery Stock. Send for Catalogue and Price List. They are sol.
proprietors and make a specialty of the now
Has made his headquarters again with
With the best selected stock ever brought
mention. Come aDd see for yourself. ........... r.
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,
Hooa Kiver, Oregon.
Three miles south, on Mt. Hood Road.
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.
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
' (Successor to Dr. Morgan)
Will do a general practice and devote special
attention to surgical cases ana diseases oi
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 Hood
mver on tne nrst oi every muam ana rcuiuin
One cent a dose.
This Great Cough Curb promptly cures
Where all others fail. Coughs, Croup, Bora
Throat, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough and
Asthma. For Consumption It bag no rival;
has cured thousands, and will CURB TOO If
taken in time. Bold by Druggists on a guar
antee. For a Lame Back or Chest, use
8HIL0H'S BELLADONNA PLASTER.250.
Have you Catarrh t tdm remedy Is maran.
teed to cure you. Price, 0 eta. Injector tree.
For sale by H A. YOKK.
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carrying a full line of
and Patent Medicines,
care and promptness. -
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to Hood River. Too many Christmas Goods t
To' tli.e lEast,
Gives the choice of
T WO TEA NSCON TIN EN TAL
iittaRr. Slort lie.
Spokane, Salt Lake,
St. Paul, Omaha,
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Chicago, Kansas City.
Lowest Rates to All
' Eastern Cities.
TIME TABLE VOX. HOOD KIVER
No. 1, Oregon Short Line... 4.30 a. m.
No. 3, Spokane ...W.1W a. m.
No. 4, Spokane 4.33 i. m.
No. H, Oregon Short Line 11. 4S p. m.
Leave Portland every live days for
Steamers monthly from Portland t Yoko
homa and Honir Kong, via the Northnn r
citic Steamship Co.in connection wilhO. U.AN '
For full details call on O. R. ft N. AtM'l.t
Hood Ri ver, or address
W. H. HURI.B17HT,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portlund, O
A Jersey Bull, lfi months old. No liri-a I.
A suitable reward will be paid for Infm (na
tion of his whereubouts or his return to my
place. JOHN KOBEKG.
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 cages
have been permanentljr cared by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nippier;
chapped hands, chilblains, frort bits
and chronic sore eyes. 25cts. per box..
Dr. Cady's Condition Powder, arw
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier axti
vermifuge. They are not-food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price tl
cents per package. ,
Forsale by WiUIuiun & Itrotlu..