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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1898)
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1898.
The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts same days at noon.
KorCnenoweth, leaves at 8 A. M. Tuesdays
and Saturdays: arrives at 6 P. M.
For White Salmon leaves cully at 1 P. M.j
arrives at 0 o'clock P. M.
From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil
mer, Trout Lake and Qlenwood Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridavs.
Laurel Rebckah Degree Lodge, No. 87, 1. O.
O. K, Meets first and third Mondays in each
month. MRS. FLORA HARTLEY, N. (J. .
O. G. ChambeulaIn, Secretary.
Oanbv Post, No. IB, G. -V. R., meets at A. O.
U. W, Hall, first Saturday of each month
at 2 o'clock p.m. AUG. A. R. members in
vited to meet with us.
FRANK NOBLE, Commander.
T. J. Cunning, Adjutant.
Canby W. R. C, No. 16, meets first Saturday
or eacn montn in a. j. u. w. nan, m i p. in
, Mrs. AGNES CUNNING, President,
Mrs. Ubscla Dukes, Secretary.
Hood River Lodge. No. 105. A. F. and A. M.
Meets Saturday evening on or before each
' W. M. Yates, Secretary. '
Hood River Chapter, No. 27, R. A. M.
Meets third Friday mentor eacn montn.
F. C. HROSIUS, H. P.
G. E. Williams, Secretary.
Hood River Chapter, No. 25, 0. E. S. Meets
Saturday after eacn run moon.
Mrs. EMMA BROSIUS, W, M.
Mrs. Rachel Hekshneu, Secretary.
V. 1 liVl TT-Ua A nlannc
UiKlU A.'WiPIIlUlJ', Jill. UUIICU Al HWUOi
meets second and fourth Monday nights of
each montn at Fraternity nan. trotners ana
sisters cordially Invited to meet with us.
A. P. 3ATEHAM, M. A.
S. S. Gray, Secretory.
Waueoma Lodge, No. SO, K. of P., meets in
" " ' ROBERT H. HUSBANDS, C. C.
G. T. Prather, K. of R. S S.
Riverside Lodge, No. 68, A O. U. W., meets
flrst and third Saturdays of each month.
G. T. PRATHER, M. W.
J. F. Watt, Financier.
H. L. Howk, Reeoider. . ,
Idlew.lde Lodge, No. 107, 1. O. O. F., meets
la Fraternal hall every Thursday night.
H. J. HIBBARD, N. G.
O. G. Chamberlain, Secretary.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
;Mr. Jesse Imbler is on a visit to his
eon in Tillamook.
A full line of rubber boots and shoes
at the Racket store. .. ,
Hon. T. K. V)on reports five cases of
whooping cough in Ms family.
Money to loan on real estate by
; John L. Henderson, gt.
Wm. Yates, P. M., is authorized agent
for all newspapers and periodicals
Do you like oysters? Come and get
some at the Military bazar, Friday and
Dr. R. W. ' Benjamin, dentist, will
be in Hood River Friday and Saturday,
December SHli and 10th..
Mrs. L. D. Boyd and two children
returned on Tuesday from, a week's
visit to Arlington and Heppner.
Mrs. E. M. Sliutt, wife of the editor
of the Heppner Times, is vis. ting her
aunt in Hood River, Mrs. N. J. Mercer.
t Wtri. Ellison, who is working with
tire sietim shovel for the O. R. & N. Co.
I it, the Blue Mountains, is home for a
vacation . ,
The citizens of Pine Grove met at
the solnml h me Monday evening to
make - arrangements "to x-eleurate
Christmas, , 1
E. H. Pickard, painter and decorator;
estimates gratis; prices moderate; satis
faction guaranteed. Leave orders at
' Itev. J. W. Jenkins startrd on Tues
day for La Grande, to lie gone ten days.
He will therefore not be able to fill his
pulpit here on next Sunday.
V. Winchell advertises in another
column that lie is prepared to do carpet
and rug weaving. Cull at Bone and
McDonald's and see samples.
Fraternal societies are requested to
send in the lists of officers elected.
We will Ikj glad to 'publish t hem, but
can't a fiord time to hunt them up.
Regular dinners will be served on
Friday and Siilurday at A. O. U. W.
hall. Lunch may be obtained at any
hour. Come and taste the good things
to be found there.
Ml Rosa Prathar, who was sick
with brain fever last fall and hud to be
taken to the asylum at Salem, has en
tirely recovered, and lust week returned
to her home on Rock creek, well as
The Military bazar Is to be military
not only in its decorations and articles
for sale but also will have a military
lunch table. If you want to imagine
yourself a soldier, come and get a sold
ier's meal. ,
The Military bazar will be open for
the sale of articles on Thursday after
noon in A. O. U. W. hall. An at
tractive assortment of articles will be
offered and it will pay you to call and
examine them. -'
Mrs. Geo. P. Crowell has received
tiile an interesting collection of curios
from her eon, Clarence English, who is
in the Second Oregon volunteers at
Manila. The collection . includes a
Spanish flag, medals, buttons, shells,
Mauser bullets, sandals, etc.
'"Mr. Chas. B. Prathar, the well
known veteran of the civil 'war, is 03
years old. His mother, who is DO years
old, lives on Rock creek, between Hood
River and Mosier. The old lady is
strong and heaity, and Chas. B. says
she is a "better man" than he is today.
Mr. M. O. Wheeler will be 70
years old next Sunday, December 11th.
During the past summer he cleared five
acres of land on his plant at the forks
of Hood river; cut 30 cords of oak
wood and delivered 24 cords in Hood
River; and rebuilt his fence that was
burned during the summer.
; Mr. Clyde T. Bonney returned the
first part of the week from Tygh Val
ley, where he purchased some far cattle
and hogs. He now has plenty of good
beef In sight to last Hood River until
the first of March. Mr. Bonney sup
plies the railroad camps, and altogether
it takes a great quantity of meat to
supply his customers.
. The Hayseed social given at the Bar
rett school house, for the purpose of
raising money for the library fund and
to pay for the drum, was well attended.
The house heing crowded. There was
about 25 out from town. An excellent
lunch was served In the old buildinu,
after which the tables were put away
and the young people enjoyed them
selves p'aying irames. The door re
ceipts were $12.95. A good programme
was well rendered, every one taking
part deserving specia' mention.
Mr. Davis Divers returned from a
two month's visit to his old home in
Missouri. Mr. Divers came to Oregon
in 1H52, and during all these 46 years
had not been back to visit his relatives
and friends in the "states." He found
many of his old school-mates yet living
and 'passed a very pleasant two months
visiting with relatives and friends. He
says lie didn't have a good drink (if
water while "he was gone from Hood
River and is glad to get back where he
can drink when he is thirsty from the
fine waters of the spring on his own
place. Mr. Divers sa3's he wouldn't
accent of the best farm in his old
neighborhood in Missouri as a gift if
he had to live on it.
Mr. Arthur Disbrow is one of the
successful fruit growers of Hood River
vallev. His place is 14 miles irom
town, in the upper forks of Hood river.
In altitude he is above the cod I in moth
and doesn't have to spray for this pes
tiferous insect. His orchards this year
produced 1,000 bushels or sound apples.
About 300 boxes of fall apples he sold
in Portland, which .brought from 65 to
75 cents a box. Mr. Green bought 439
boxes, paying 75 cents for Greenings
and 85 cents fur Baldwins. About 300
boxes will be kept by Mr. Disbrow till
An adjonrned meeting of the county
court was held on Monday at The
DalleB, when' A.'Winans, representing
the Hood River Lumbering Co., and a
delegation trom Hood River, represent
ing the citizens, appeared before the
court. . ., The' court appointed Sam
Brooks, Judge Liebe and Geo. W.
Miller us a board of appraisers1 to visit
Hood River and appraise the damages
to property owners resulting from
Hood river being declared a high way.
The appraisers will meet at Hood
River December loth and make their
report tothe court December 20th.
The Travers' Book & Curio club held
a good meeting last Thursday evening.
Three new members were elected. The
club was entertained by remarks by
Mrs. E. L. Smith. Solos were rendered
by Chas. N. Clarke and D E. Rind.
Miss Anne, Smith and D. E. Rand
furnished a lunch. Miss Fay LaFrance
and Chester Shutes, committee on
amusements, furnished a geographical
game guessing the names of the stales
when their nick-names were written
on the blackboard : The next meeting
will be held Friday evening, Dec. 23d.
A broad smile illuminates Dallas'
countenance at all times during this
cold snap. No one has been caught
yet with bursted water pipes, but the
plumber knows that, as the weather
grows colder from day to day, sooner
or later there will be calls for his
The weather changed last Sunday
and turned cold, and since then the
thermometer has gone lower and lower
until. Thursday morning it stood at 23
degrees above zero, with a. biting east
wind. A fog hangs over the valley
and the sun is obscured most of the
Little Maude, a four year old, woke
up in t lie night and asked her mother,
"What's that Little girl's name that
lives over the drag store?" "Her name
is Joy," replied the mot her. "Oh, yes,"
said Maude, and she started to sing
"Joy coiueth in the morning."
Owners of apple orchards will be In
terested in Win. Kennedy's formula for
spraying for the cod lin moth, publish
ed in another column. Everybody lias
heard of his good success and will want
to use the same spray.
Our reporter saw a prominent citizen
negotiating with Sam Bartmess for the
purchase of a baby crib, and rushed
across the street to get an item, but
was informed by the said p. c. that he
was loo previous. ........
The wife of Rev. V. E. Rossman
and two children, Stephen and Leila,
are visiting in Hood River. Mr. Ross
man has been appointed to Philomoth,
and Mrs. Rossman is on her way to
W.J. Smith lias bought an interest
in a sawmill at Cascade Locks and is
manager of the same. The mill will be
employed in cutting rnilroad ties and
is capable ot cutting 40,000 teet or lum
ber per day.
R. H. Smithwick, civil engineer,
now engaged surveying a route for a
railroad from Walla Walla to Union,
was in town last week. He desires to
find a location for a home in Hood
River. . '
R. Rand & Son are closing out their
stock of ladies' walking and trimmed
hats and trimming at 20 to 40 per cent
below regular price. These goods are
going regardless ot cost.
The Mountaineer says the little Sin
gleton girl in The Dalles who wus af
flicted with diphtheria has about re
covered and there is no danger of the
Fred Hertz made final proof on his
lomesteud at The Dalles land otlice
last Saturday. His witnesses- were
Frank Davenport and Samuel Mc
Ed Birth was knocked off the flume
by a descending tie,t wo weeks ago, and
tell So teet. We lell on a pile ot lumber
but was not much hurt and. is again at
Music, recitations and tableaux will
provide entertainment for Friday and
Saturday evenings. Do not miss them
at the Military bazar in A. O..U.VV. ball
Don't fail to lake advantage of our
offer of the Twice-a-Week Republic
with the Glacier, both papers, for $2
a year. .
M. A. Oook has been doing the
plumbing work for Dallas .& Spang
ler during a rush of business this week.
Dr. Benjamin will tie here tomorrow
and next day, prepared to do dental
work in all its brunches. '
Stockholders meeting of the Hood
River Transportation & Boom Co. to
morrow. See notice.
S. D. Stouffer, watchmaker and op
tician, from Mt. Vernon, Iowa, was in
C. L. Copple started for Illinois Mon
day night with his three car loads of
Extra fine woolen underwear, for
ladies and gents, at the Racket Store.
R. M. Hunt reports four cases of
whooping cough in bis family.
Hon. T. R. Coon is building a resi
dence on his town lots. '
Mrs. L. Neffcame down from Wasco
Sleel wedges for sale at the black
Cook stove for sale by Mrs. Fred
Do you know that1 Wales Goodyear1 and Woonsocket Rubber
Goods are FIRST QUALITY? , Connecticut, Rhode Islaud and
Bay State of Boston are all second quality. :
Do you know there, is as much difference between first and
second quality1 Rubber as between flour and bran? ; i
. , . -
You can't tell firsts from seconds except by the brands of the
makers, and if you are not posted on the brands you must depend
on the word of your dealer. If we say a rubber is flrst quality you
may depend on it. , '. 1 . '
To reduce our stock we will sell for a limited time Men's first
quality Woonsocket Boots at '. $2.60
Ladies' first quality Wales Goodyear, extra thick, fleeced , 1.55
This is a rare bargain and will not last long. Only one pair of
each to a customer, and' reserve right to discontinue this sale with
out notice. . N . ' ' ' ..
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
The Boys Will Soon Come Home.
The Rocky Mountain News prints
the following telegram from Secretary
Alger, dated Washington, Dec. 6th:'. ;
"It is proposed to send regular regi
ments to relieve the volunteers in Ma-
.-,. I Town Election.
The town election -on Tuesday for
three aldermen and a marshal passed
off quietly. Only 68 votes were polled,
with the following result:
For aldermen J. H. Dukes, 30;
1 1 i Ui. just as soon as transportation can Jrant S.1 Evans, 28; R. E Fewell, 28;
be arranged. The volunteers will be'G-o. T. Prather, 26; G. D. Woodworth,
relumed to the United States in the
order in which they left." ; .
The cry is going to Washington from
every state to let the volunteers come
home, and the boys, tired, sick, and
worn out, are begging to be allowed to
return. The president lias said it was
his purpose to replace the volunteers
with regulars, and has asked congress
to increase the army sufficiently to al
low him to do so. Taking all of these
things into consideration, there can be
no doubt that the information con
tained in the telegram from Denver is'
entirely correct. It is the opinion of
those who have given the matter
thought that' the exchange could not
possibly be completed in less" than three
months from the lime it begins, and as
the regulars ar ordered to lie ready to
sail from San Francisco between Jan
uary 5 and 12, it may b'e April or May
before the Oregon boys , get , home.
Within less than a year from 'the time
of their departure it is very ' probable
that the brave boys of Oregon ; will
again be settled down in their native
land. :'.;' '
' 1 1 - '
Will" bo a Big Ad for Oregdri.
The executive committee of, the na
tional editorial association meets Jan
uary 15th next, probably at Buffalo, at
which meeting the Oregon committee
will be represented and will recom
mend a time for the annual meeting of
the association at Portland -as well as
tell what entertainment is in store for
the association. The Oregon committee
has the advertising possibilities for the
state : in mind, and will present a
scheme to the citizens through the lo
cal press that is novel and graphic. It
is proposed to have a few photographs
made of special attractions in each
county. From these line drawings are
to lie made, then zinc etchings. These
etchings are to be stereotyped in edi
tions ot 100 or 150 and ottered to the
visiting editors free of charge, for the
Illustration of the articles they write
for their.' home papers. , This will re
quire, some, money, but it is believed
that the" people of the state will cheer
fully bear the expense for the sake of
the valuable advertising it will insure
in every part of t lie Union. The state
secretary will shortly lay the plan before
he newspapers of the state. The or
ganization ot the state press association
is used to. commence this work but. it
will not be confined to -that organiza
tion. 'The 'members of the national as
sociation will be the guests of the state,
and the press of the state must be host.
k ' . :
. San Jose Scale. , , ;
Rural Northwest." .,
The fruit growers pf Oregon are get
ting pretty well stirred, up on the'sub-
ject of fighting the codlin moth,. They
must not overlook, the fact, however,
that the San Jose scale lias been spread-:
ing rapidly in (.he, state jn the past two
years. 1 he state board ot horticulture
now has funds to worK with, and the
members of that board will undoubted
ly be looking after the matter: It will
lie impossible,,' however,1 for them to
visit mora than a small fraction of the
orchards. Every frnit g.ower should
examine his orchard for himself. Red
spots with dark centers on, fruits or
twigs are very likely to be evidence of
the presence of San Jose scale: Branch
es of trtes affected by the scale have a
dii;ty, greasy appearance. It is really
easier .to light the Sail Jose scale than
the codlin moth, and it certainly does
not pay to allow orchards to remain
infested with it. . . , .
A Kansas correspondent of the
Western Fruit -Grower says hd last
year kept 1000 btishels.of apples in his
barn with a smaller percentage ot loss
than he had the previous year when
he placed his apples in a cold storage
warehouse. After storing the apples
in the barn he placed a double tier of
baled hay all around them and two
layers on tlie loft floor overhead so as
to make the storage room almost air
tight. On cold days the barn door
was opened for from five to eight hours
and in this way the temperature was
kept low enough to preserve the apples.
Just a Few Left,
And they must be sold right away.
In order to do this will sell them at
cost. Ladles' Jackets and Capes
''' are what we are talking about. The
cold weather Is here, and these are
warm, numbers. Don't miss this
chance. Just the tiling for a nice
Christmas present. We have other
Christmas goods, too, and now is
the time to. buy, while there is
plenty to choose from and while
you have plenty of time to choose.
G. D. WOODWORTH.
as; Wm. M. Yates, 41. Yates, Dukes
and Wood worth were elw-ted.
For Marshal E. S. Olinger, 42; Joe
The election board consisted of the
following: ; J. P. Watson, T. H. Clark
and E. W. Winans. judges; J. E.
Rand and H. F. Davidson, clerks.
Officers Elected. ;
At last Saturday's meeting of Canhy
post the following officers were elected
for the coming year: Commander, D.
G. Hill; senior vice, J, W. Rigby; jun
ior vice, W. H. Perry; quartermaster,
L.Henry; officer if the day, A. S.
Blowers; surgeon, L. Blount; chaplain,
G. R. Castner; officer of the guard, J.
B. Rand. Thos. J. Cunning has been
selected for adjutant.
, The W. R. C. elected officers as fol
lows? Mrs. G. P. Crowell, president;
Mrs. H. H. Bailey, vice president;
Mrs, O. L. Stranahan,' treasurer; Mrs.
Anna Flagg, chaplain; Mrs. C E.
Markham, conductor; Miss Carrie
. Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke lour life A war.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag
netlc, full of life, nerve and visor, tolte No-To-Bac,
the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. All druggists, 50c or (1. Cure guaran
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Kemedy Co., Chicago or New York."
List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in Hood River
, ,r postoflice Dec. 1, 1898.
Emerson, Haven Hurt, Frank .
Eyer, H. Sargent, Mr,
Godbertson, BerthaSouthwell, Guy
Hartley, H. H. Nerdeuberg, A. J.
s Wm. Yaees. F M.
No-To-Bac for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
men strong, blood pure. 60o, (1. All druggists.
Two Pointed Questions Answered.
, .What is the use of making a tetter
article than your competitor if you can
not get a better price for it? ,
Ans. As there is no difference in
the price the public will buy only the
better, so that while our profits may be
smaller on a single sale they will be
much greater in the aggregate.
How can yau get the public to know1
yonr make is the best?
.If both articles are brought promi
nently before the public both are cer
tain to. be tried and the public will
very quickly pass judgment on them
and use only the belter one. ..
This explains the large sale on
Chamberlain.s Cough Remedy. The
people have been using it for years and
have found that it can always be de
pended upon. Thev may occasionally
take up with some fashionable novelty
put forth witli exaggerated claims, but
are certain to return to the one remedy
that they know to be reliable, and for
coughs, . colds and- coup there is
nothing equal to Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. For sale by Williams &
li rosins. ' :
. AT LaFRANCE'S.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON.
Attorney-at-Law, Abstracter, Notary
Public and Meal JEstale Agent.
For 21 years a resident of Oregon and Wash
ington." Has had many years experience in
Ileal Estate matters, as abstraotar, searcher of
titles and agent. Satisfaction guaranteed or
J. F. WATT, M. D.,
Graduate of Bellevne Hospital Medical Col
lege, 1881. In general practice at Hood Klver,
Surgeon for O. R. & N( Co. Is especially
equipped to treat catarrh of nose and throat
and diseases of women. ;
Special terms for oftlce treatment of chronic
cases. . i .. oil
Dr. R. W. Benjamin, dentist, of Portland,
will make regular visits to Hood River, and
will have rooms at the Mt. Hood hotel. All
the different methods of crowning and filling
teeth. Prices reasonable and satisfaction
Portland Office Rooms7 and 8 Brooks bldg,
northwest cor. 7tb and Washington streets.
Harbison Bros., Prop'rs,
Flour, Feed and all kinds ofceieals ground.
Whole Wheat Graham
a specialty. , 1
HOOD III VEK, - - - - - - - OKEGON.
WrlTH THE FINEST LINE OF
BOOTS, SHOES, HOSE AND I ERWEAB
- r : : .- : ;' r-
, In town, .and as our goods were bought right we
can give you good prices. Call and look over our stock
atid be convinced. , 1
We pay highest price for butter and eggs.
bone & Mcdonald,
Has nothing to do with the
But was put here to attract your
attention for a moment so that
we could inform you that the
place to buy your DKUGS is
THE GLACIER PHARMACY,
CHAS. N. CLARKE, Proprietor,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
. Might Years Experience.
1 have opened a choice lot of Groceries in the slore room formerly occupied by Uie Hood
River Pharmacy. Will also deal In Flour, Feed. etc.
Onr roods are ail new and choice, and we will aim to keen the best at all times. . Gnictr
sales and small profita wiil be our motto. Come and see us.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to E. L. Smith Oldest Established House In the valley.J
, DEALER IN
JDxr G-oods, ClotIbIm.g,
Flour, Feed, Etc., Etc:
Depart Fr'm HOOD KIVER Arrive
' 10 p.m.
Salt Lake, Denver,!
V I wortiKUmana,
Kansas City. St
and the East,
Walla Walla, Spo-kane.Miuneapolis
St Paul, DUUHIl,
cago and East.
All saiiini! dates sub
iect to change.
F'or San Francisco
Sail Dec. 3, 8,13,18,23,
To Astoria and way
H a.m. iOreeou City. New-
Ex. Sunday berg.Salem way
Oregon City, Dayton
ana way lanaings.
Portland to Corval
11s & wnyUtndings.
Riparia to Ijewiston
" REGULATOR LINE."
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I 1 UX UU11U U. 11 U
Through Freight an d
All Freigrht Will Come Throurh
Leave The Dalles K.4" a. .
Leave Portland 7.00 a. 'sr.
4:S0 ' .m.
W. H. HURLBURT. .
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or
E. B. CLARK, Agent, Hood River.
DALLAS & SPANGLER
STOVES AND! TINWARE,
Pruning .Tools, Etc.
"W hn.ve a new n.nd comDlete stock of hard
ware, stoves and tinware, to which we will
keeD constantly addim. Our prices will con
tinue to be as low as Portland prices.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty
. ' Large assortment of all
kinds of nursery stock..
. Send for Catalog.
. H. C. BATEHAM,
Hood River, Or..
PASSENGER RATES. ' " ; 1
Oneway .". .......$1 SO
Bound trip a CO
Freight Rates Greatly Redu c d
W. C. ALLAWAY,
THE DALLES, OREGON"
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office atNThe Dalles, Oregon, Nov: 8 ,
18H8. Notice is hereby given that, the follow,
ing-named settler has filed notice of his intefi
tlon to make final proof in support of Inn
claim, and that said proof wiil be made btv
fore Register arid Receiver at The Dallex,
Oregon, on Monday, Dec. 19, 188, vijj; '
JAMES N. WATT,
Of Mosier, Homestead Application No. 4?7;',
for the east northeast i and can' y, south
east f section 2:2, township 2 north, range H
east, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
R F. Haidwick, W. G. Hunter, W. A. Stark
and N. P. Sturgess, all of Mosier, Oregon.
nlldl6 JAY P. LUCAS, Register.
Are You Interested?
The O. R. & N. Co's new book on the Ke
sources of Oregon, Washington and Idaho is
being distributed. Our readers are requested
to forward the addresses of their luiyterii
friends and acquaintances, and a copy of the
work will be sent them free. This Is a matter
ALL should be interested in, and we would
ask that every one take an interest and tor
ward such addresses to W. H. Ilurllmrt. Men
em! Passenger Agent, O. K. & N. Co. .Portland.
For the speedy and permanent cure of
tetter, salt rheurn and eczema, Cham
berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment i3
without an equal. It relieves the itch
ing and smarting almost instantly and
its continued use effects a permanent
cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch,
scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped hands, chronic sore oyea and
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders for
horses are the best tonic, blood purifier
andvercsifugc. Price, 35 cetits. Sold by