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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1898)
Kood Iftver (Slacier
FRIDAY, DECEM BER 18, 1898.
Th. mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o'
clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de
parts le same aays a noon.
For Chenoweth, leaves at A. M. Tuesdays
ana at.umavs; arrives at a r. m.
For White Salmon leaves aally at 1 P. M.
Arrives at 6 o'clock P. M.
IT iv-i UThfta Ualmnn lanitAB fow IPl1a "HI.
mer. Trout Lake and' Glenwood Mondays,
w eanesaays ana r naa vs.
Laurel Rebekah Degree Lodge, No. 87, T. O.
O. F. Meets first and third Mondays In each
month. M RS. FLORA HARTLEY, N. G.
O. (i. Chamberlain, Secretary.
Oanby Post, No. I(t, G. .V. R., meets at A. O.
IT. W, Hall, first Saturday of each month
at 2 o'clock p. m. All U. A. R. members In
vited to meet with us. ,
FRANK NOBLE, Commander.
T. J. Cunning, Adjutant. ..- .
Canby W. R. C, No. 18, meets first Saturday
of each month In A. O. U. W. hall, at 2 p. m.
, 4Mrs. AGNES CUNNING, President,
Mrs. Ubsula Dukes, Secretary. . ,
Hood River Lodge, No. 105, A. F. and A. M.
Meet Saturday evening on or before each
full moop. F. C. BROSIUS, W. M.
W. M. Yates, Secretary. .,
Hood River Chapter, Nol 27, R. A. M.
Meets third Friday night of each month.
V. C. BROSIUS, H. P.
G. E. Williams, Secretary.
Hood River Chapter, No. 25, 0. E. 8. Meets
Saturday after each full moon.
Mrs. KM MA BROSIUS, W. M.
Mrs. Rachel Heushneb, Secretary.
Oleta Assembly, No. 103, United Artisans,
meets second and fourth Monday nights of
each month at Fraternity hall. Brothers and
sisters cordially Invited to meet with us.
A. P. BATEHAM, M. A.
S. S. Gray, Secretary.
Wnucoma Lodg No. SO. K. of P., meets In
A. O. U. W. Hall on every Tuesday night.
1 ROBERT H. HUSBANDS, C. C.
G. T. Prat her, K. of K. S.
Riverside Lodge, No. (18, A O. U. W.. meets
first and third Saturdays of each month.
G. T. PRATHER, M. W.
J. F. Watt; Financier.
H. U Howe, Reco der.
Idlew.lde Lodge. No. 107, 1. O. O. F., meets
tn Fraternal hall every Thursday night.
' H. J. HIBBARD, N. G.
O. G. Chamberlain, Secretary.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Cook stove for sale by Mrs. Fred
Latest in crepe designs at Williams
8eel wedges for sale at the black
A full line of rubber boots and shoes
at the Bucket store. ,
Money to loan on rear estate by
John L. Henderson, Hgt.
" Extra fine woolen- underwear, for
ladies and gen Is, at the Racket Store
Win. Yales, P. M., is authorized agent
for all newspapers and periodicals
I Rev. Benj. Davidson preached morn
ing and evening at Men to lust Sunday.
Supervisor Armor had some gravel
hauled on the state road lust above
Hay nes hill last. week. ,
. G. D. Woodworth. has purchased L.
Nelfs half block and residence hi town,
paying therefor $1,800.
A dance, with an oyster supper, will
he heir) at William Copple's place, In
DiikpA vhIIpv. TlinrndHV nluht. Dec. 29.
. Deceniler 30th a grand ball will be
given at While Salmon to raise funds
to complete the steamer dock at that
' Don't fail to take advantage of our
offer of the Twice-a-Week Republic
with t he Glacier, both papers, ;for $2
a year. , . , .
T. H. Clark spent last week In Port
land, where he consulted specialists in
regard to his eyes, but didu't get much
encouragement. ' ' . ' '
E. H. Pickard, painter and deeorator;
estimates gratis; prices moderate; satis
faction guaranteed, x Leave orders at
Ed Williams, of the firm of Williams
& Brosius, has bought the building
known as the Langille house and the
lot oil which it stands.
E. Butler was arrested on Monday
and taken before Recorder Nickelsen
and fined for teaming wltbiu the town
limits without a license.
Mrs. Dr. Watt, Avis Watt, Miss
Anne Smith and Elmer Rand went to
Portland last Friday. The ladies of
the party returned on Sunday night's
tram. " .
Dr. Cams writes from his obi home
in Kansas that he has been sick with
an attack of pleurisy, but is better atraiu
and expects to come back to Oregon in
the spring. , . ' '-
The old school house in Barrett district-
was sold last week to W. A.
81'ingerland, who will tear ft 4"wn and
remove the lumber to his place on the
East Side. The price paid was $40.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Henry ; returned
from their trip to Nebraska on Mon
day, glad to get home again. The
judire caught cold on the way home,
but otherwise hud good health on the
trip. ,rt . -. t y ,
Lumber is on the ground for the
building of ihe U. B. parsonage. The
committee soliciting funds and work
for the new building have mt-t with
good success, and .many have subscrib
ed liberally. ,
C. H. Stranahan came down from
Rtiftis last Saturday. He reports the
wenther no colder there than here,
with little or no wind; Maude and
Idaitranahan-will go borne to Rufus
Floating Ice closed the Columbia
river Ht Crates Point and at Memaloose
Island on Monday. The steamer In
land Flyer, on its way from Portland
to The Dalles, could get no further
thin Stanley's Rock.
The janitor of ' the public school
Intiliiinif is having a hard time during
this cold weather to heat the building.
The furnace warms three rooms but is
not sufficient to heat four. The school
board purchased a stove on Tuesday
and placed it In Miss Stevens' room.
A house moving liee was held at J.H.
Gerdes' place on Monday. The neigh
bors gathered and moved the house
from the Jones place, which Mr.Gerdes
bus purchased and will use for a barn.
Mr. Gerdes is still a cripple from the
effects of the accident he met with on
the flume last fall. He Is able to get
about on crutches.
Eleanor, the little four-year-old child
of Mr. and Mrs. W. . J. Smith, swal
lowed a brass buckle about three weeks
ago. The child does not suffer nor
complain, but she has no appetite and
has become quite thin. Mr. Smith
took the child to Portland on Tuesday
and will have It examined by X rays.
Articles of incorporation of the Lost
Lake Lumbering Co. were tiled for
record with the county clerk on Mon
day. The capital stock is $75,000,
divided into 750 shares of $100 each
Its incorporators are F. H. Button
Ethel P. Button, and P. S. Davidson
jr., and the object is to eninige In buy
ing and selling timber land and other
real property; to build, construct and
main tain saw mills; to sell and other
wise handle saw logs and other wooden
produce; to buna ana operate steam
tioats and other water crafts on the
Columbia and tributaries; and to 1m
prove the stream of Hood river an
other logging streams. The principal
office of the company will be at Hood
Officers of Hood River chapter. No,
25,0. E. S.,for 1H99, were elected at last
meeting: Mrs. ttva Hay nes, w. w.:
C. J. Hayes, W. P.; Mrs. Mary B.
Davidson. A. M.: G. E: Williams,
Scc'y.; Ed Fewel, Treas. ; Mrs. Frances
Morse, I'oiid.: Mrs. A. L. Phelps, A. C.
Mrs. Minnie Nickelsen, Ada; Mrs,
Phoebe Morse, Ruth; Mrs. Rachael
Hershner, Esther; Mrs. A. K. Blowers,
Martha; Mrs. Elria Bartmess, Electa;
Mrs. Ann Haves, warden; A. L,
Phelps, Sentinel; Mrs. Anna Flugg,
Chaplain; Li. K Morse, Marshal.
The Travers Literary club will meet
on the first Monday evening in Janu
ary at the residence of Mrs. C. M.
Wolturd. Kacli mem tier is requested
to come prepared 'o iiive a short (imita
tion or readinir from one of the follow
ing American . poets: Loiiglellow,
Bryant, Holmes, Wbittier, Lowell,
Poe, Bayard Taylor, Eugene Field,
Bret Harte, Joauuln Miller. Select
your quotation from your favorite of
these ten. Committke.
The ladit-s of the aid society of the
U. B. church will give a geographical
rebus soclul at the Odd Fellows hall
Saturday evening. - A prize will be
awarded the person making the wont
correct guesses. The names used In
the rebus must be proper uame name
of a city, stale, river, etc. A ten cent
lunch will be served tor the betilnl ot
the society. A cordial inviiution is ex
tended to all.
The Barrett school house was broken
into last Friday night by a tramp.
probably, who made a fire in the stove
and slept there during the night. A
drunken man was seen In the neigh
borhood that evening,1 and it is sup
posed that he wus the guilty party.
He broke a window, the water pail and
two lamp reflectors, which was about
all the damage done.
The weather remains cold. Tuesday
morning the thermometer marked 13
degrees above zero. Since then it has
moderated and yesterday it stood at 23
degrees above zero. . There is no snow,
and the ground is frozen several Inches,
Strawberry plants and late sown wheat
will sutler. Mr. A. winans witn a
force of men commenced cutting ice
yesterday. . ,
Attention is called to the notice of
the levy of an assessment on the capital
stock ot the Hood Kiver Transportation
& Boom Co. elsewhere in our columns.
It is hoped that a prompt attention
will be given to the call and payments
be made at once, as there is an urgency
and money is needed at once to insure
the success of the enterprise. ' .
For the past year the Glacier has
been advertising the - While sewing
machine. The wife of the editor pro
cured one ot these machines nearly a
year ago, and she desires totestify that
she is highly pleased with it; likes it
belter than any sewing machine she
A meeting of the board of directors
of the Hood River Fruit Growers'
Union and the committee appointed to
secure signers to the pledge to ship by
the union, Is called for Saturday, Dec.
17th, at 1:30 o'clock. -'
' Jas. W. Wallace came down from
Moro on Wednesday. Mr. Wallace
has teen at work on the Columbia
Southern railroad for the past two
years, the bridge work of which is now
completed to Moro..
Some good views of Hood River and
Trout Lake scenery are to be seen at
LaFrance's store, the artist being Mrs.
LuFrauce. The work is first class,
showing that the artist is no amateur.
The Red Cross society of Hood River
will ship dried fruits or anything
needed ky t he soldiers at Manila, from
anyone who desires to send. Leave
goods at Mrs. Wm. Thompson's.
1 he O. R. & N. surveyors commenced
work Wednesday on the survey for the
location ot the side tracks on if. H.
Button's laud for Capt. Davidson's
saw mill and lumber yards.
'Volunteer work is being doue on the
Methodist lane at Belmont. Several
teums have been at work during the
week lurupikiug the road aud hauling
Dallas had a good many cases of
bursted water pipe to mend since our
last report, and that broad smile
lengthened into a grin that could : be
seen for a mile. 1
It is not too late yet to get that den
tal work ou promised yourself for a
Christmas present. Dr. Benjamin will
be here tomorrow and Saturday.
A number of the pupils of the eighth
grade who got the" half holiday spent
their time on the ice lust Friday. The
skating is good. ,
This Hem was written . by a pencil
resented by Dallas & Spaugler, and
; is first class, like everything they
have to sell. .
The Oregon Emergency corps of
Hood Rivei sent 2& pounds of reading
mutier to the soldiers iu Manila, De
S. W. Curran went to Klickitat on
Wednesday to look after bis stock He
has rented E. D. Calkins' ranch.
Dr. R. W. Benjamin, dentist, will be
at the Mt. Hood hotel, Friday aud Sat
urday, Dec. lOth aud 17th.
Hon. J. W. Morton last a valuable
colt which fell on the ice on Tuesday
and broke a leg.
The People's Store offers some bar
gains for Christmas in the big ad iu an
The river is frozen over solid at The
Dallea and the mail carrier crosses afoot
on me ice. i . - i
J. J. Gibbons went to -The Dalles on
Monday on business at the laud office.
John A. Wilson made a business
trip to Tbe Dalles on Monday.
Miss Hester Howe's school at Viento
closes today for tbe term.
Rev. J. L. Hershner returned Fri
day frtim Condon. , ;. ,
Lots of '.skates at Dallas and
We have many useful and appropriate gifts at prices that will please you
For instance, ; . '
Men's fine Silk Ties at 30o; usual price 50c. ' - v
, Men's Felt Slipper, felt sole, very warm, 60c; usual price 75c'
Men's elegant Embroidered Slippers only 95c; usual price $1.25.
, Men's all wool winter weight Pants, very pretty patterns, can't be beat,
at $2.50 and $3.
Ladies aud misses Leggings and
Ladies and misses all wool Hose,
Ladies' Felt Slippers, leather wle, unequaled at 60c. '
Misses Felt Slippers, felt sole, at 50c.
Ladies' beautiful Quilted Juliets, fur trimmed, nothing handsomer, $1.20.
Ladles and mioses braided and plain Fascinators, 25c to 30c.
' Fine lot of stamped Doilies, Splashers, etc , 2Jc and up.
Bet,t wash silk to work them, with 3 skeins for 5c, S for 10c, and 4c.
And hundreds of other useful and
besides our ' ,
Carefully Selected Dress Shoes.
Every pair a Dream.
We will not compete or compare
relics of the past, but oq stylish, up to
any competition all the year round.
Remember, we stand back of every pair of Shoes we sell.
A beautiful line of infants' Shoes just received. Be sure to see them.
New Goods coming in every few days. . .-' I
See us before you do your Christmas shopping. '
THE. PEOPLE'S STORE.
The appraisers appointed by the
county court to assess damages on tbe
right of way tor the Hood Kiver Trans
portation and Boom-Co. came down
from Tbe Dalles on Thursday and were
engaged during the day in looking
over the property at the mouth of the
Following is the report of the Hood
River public schools for month ending
December 9, 1898:
Number of days taught, 18; number
of days attendance, 2788; number of
days absence 194; number times tardy,
37: number enrolled. 171; average daily
atteudence, 152; number neither absent
nor tardy, 84, and are as follows:
Primary Department wane BaKer,
Maggie Nickelsen, Leila Hershner,
May Mooney, Marie Lockman, Hazel
Olinuer, Etta Blagg, Clinton Mooney,
Austin Lockman, Kenneth Baker, Kay
Blagg, Teddy Button, Allah Smith.
First Intermediate Harold Hers
hner, Bertha t'opple, Webster Kent,
Neil Evans, Geneva Wolfard, Grace
Prather, Ruth Righy. Marjorie Baker,
Rine Blagg, Mae Noteman, Mary La-
France, Georgia Prather, Carl Kent,
Earl Blagg, Lester toss, Howard Hart
ley, Ethel Cox. Blanche Howe, Dollie
Welds, Lula Watson, ' Blanche Mont
gomery, Alven - Ulsiiman, Bteiia rar-
sonsf Ada Hayner.
Becond Intermediate liertrude
Buskirk, Blanche Blowers, Willie Foss.
Harvey Boggs, Uhas. Bhutes, Willie
Walker, Pansy Baker, George Howe,
Leuore Winans, Jay Kusseli, Maude
Parsons, Carrie Smith, Annie Eadle
man, Belle Wolfard, Vera Jackson,
Bertha Prather, Guy Woodworth,
Percy Adams, Idel Woodworth, Anna
Wolfard, Winfield Olinger, . Maggie
Smith. . ;
Principal's Department-P. C. Logs-
don, Louis Baldwin, Carrie Shutes,
Earl Clark, Nellie Clark, George
Chamberlain, Gladys Hartley, Nellie
Reynolds, , Mary Wolfard, Pearl Cox,
Lillian Shutes, Nettie Kemp, Samuel
Blowers, Belle Howell, Guy Crowe,
Altha Parsons, M. J. Foley, Laura
Hill, E. K. Bartmess, M. W. Bartmess, ;
Fay LaFrance, Chester Shutes, Edgar
Stevens, Ernst Hinrichs, Omer Smith,
The eighth grade won the half holi
day allowed to the grade making the
best record in regard to absence and
tardiness, during tbe mon'h, having
only two . marks against the class,
wnicu contains a meuioeisuip oi
11. K. ALI.ARD, Prin.
The Walla Walla Chinook at Stevenson.
Gee whiz! How she blows, our last
summer clothes are thin, aud our nose.
is a sight to tie seen. It whistles and
roars aud the office doors are always
opened by some confounded galoot
who wilt poke in his snoot and say "is
It cold enough for you?" Then comes
the settler old, in from the cold, aud
says', fays he in "54" the river froze 30
feet deep, and, the next July, (now this
is no lie,) there was a narrow channel
from here to The Dalles, and the Itoys
and their gals skated along tbe shore.
The dog-goued mail is still on the rail,
our shears are getting rusty for want of
use. The devil for copy bawls and
another O. S. calls and says "When I
lived in thePalouse " But no farther
he got, we took the old sot by the
neck and choked him on tiie spot.
This was too much while the confound
ed roar the wind blowing sand from
lie Oregon shore clear across the creek.
The devil's, hand getting froze fast to
the stick, makes a fellow wish he could
go down to well, down below where
we know it is warm and we also Know
he dod-gusted dog-goned dum fizz led
Walla Walla chinook don't blow.
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy can always be de
pended upon and is pleasant and safe
to take. Sold by Williams & Brosius.
In Viento, Oregon, December 11,
1898, to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barber, a
just a Few Left,
Ana iney must oe soia rignt. 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 thing 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.
C. D. WOODWORTH.
Overgaiters, i5c to 35c.
splendid value, 25c.
pretty things you must not fail to see,
our Shoes with any faded, shop-worn
date, new and reliable stock we will beat
Practical "Sclioolin' " In Kansag.
i 1 "What we want out here is practical
schooliu',' , said a director of the
Kansas school district , where I applied
for a job of teaching. 'We hain't got
no use fur furrin language or highfil-
lutings of no kind
We're after learnin'
us do business an' lift
. " 'You're utilitarians,' J ventured.
" 'No, miss, we're Poppalists, an' I
want you to answer a few questions
afore we make any dicker.' 1
"Following is the list given me,"
said the young woman who narrated
the incident, "spelliug and grammar
" 'Which is the greater document,
tbe Declaration of Independence or the
Chicago platform, and why?'
" 'Why does a hop vipe wind one
way and bean vine another?'
" 'Give tbe dimensions of a half
bushel and other measures of value.'
" 'Why does a horse jerk bis head
backward when he eats grass, aud a
cow shove her bead forward?'
" 'Which is the most useful, a steam
plough or a horseless carriage? State
" 'Do you believe In sparing the rod
or In spoil log tbe child?'
"I answered everything, and came
out so strong on the steam plough that
tbe directors iusisted on giving me a
life, certificate. ' I was a good deal
stronger on rarm Knowledge than on
book learning, and they simply gave
me a grand opportunity to-play my
No-To-Bao for Fifty Cent.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
men strong, oiooa pure, duo, f 1. All aruggista
Two Pointed Questions Answered.
What is the use of making a better
article than your competitor if you can
not get a better price for it? .
Ans. As there is no difference In
tbe 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 know
your 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
ami use only the better one.
This explains tbe 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. They may occasionally
take up with some fashionable novelty
put forth with 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 &
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON.
Attorney-at-Lawy, Abstracter, Notary
Public and Real Ettale Agent.
For 21 years a resident of Oregon and Wash
ington. Has had many years experience in
Real Estate matters, as abstracter, searcher of
titles and agent. Satisfaction guaranteed or
J. F. WATT, M. D.,
Graduate of Bellevue Hospital Medical Col
in general practice at Hood River,
eurgoon ror u.n.i, uo. is espec
ea to treat catarrn or nose and to
and diseases of women,
(Special terms for office treatment of chronic
Dr. R. W. Benjamin, dentist, of Portland,
will make regular visits to Hood River, ana
will have rooms at the Mt. Hood hotel. All
the different methods of crowning and filling
teeth. -Prices reasonable and satisfaction
Portland Office Rooms 7 and 8 Brooks bldg,
northwest cor. 7th and Washington streets.
Harbison Bros., Prop'rs,
Manufacturers of '
Flour, Feed and all kinds of cereals ground.
Whole Wheat Graham ,
HOOD RIVER, - - - - - - -VOKEOON.
BOOTS, SHOES, HOSE AND DNBERWEAB
In town, and as our goods were bought right we
can give you good prices. Call aud look over our stock
aud be couvinced.
, We pay highest price for butter and eggs.
I have opened a choice lot of Groceries
River Pharmacy. Will also deal In Flour, Feed, etc.
Our crouds are all new and choice, and we will aim to keep the best at all times. Q uick
sales and small profits will be our motto.
GEO. P. CROWELL,
Successor to K. L. Smith Oldest Established House in th valley.
, DEALER IN
ZDr3T O-ood-s, Clothing:,
' ;V'"' '' -AND- . , ;
Depart Fr'm HOOD RIVER Arrive
Salt Lake, Denver,
Ft Woi th.Omahft,
Kansas City. St.
ana the uasu
Walla Walla, Spo
Ht ran I, uuiui n,
cago and East.
All sailing dates suo
iect to change.
For San Francisco-
Sail Dec. 8, 8, IS, 18,2a,
ana a. -
To Astoria and way
6 a.m. Oresrou City. New-
Ex. Sunday berg.Salem & way
ana r ri.
ana way lanaings.
Portland to Corval-
lis b way landings.
dally ex. Sat.
Snake River. 6:45a.m.dal-
Rlparla to Lewiston'ex.Frlday.
W. H. HURLBURT.
'Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or
E. B. Clark, Agent, Hood River.
DALLAS & SPANGLER
STOYES AND fflWABE,
Pruning Tools, Etc
We have a new and complete stock of hard
ware, stoves and tinware, to which we will
keep constantly adding. Our prices will con
tinue to be as low as Portland prices.
Repairing Tinware a Specialty
' LaTge assortment of all
kinds of nursery stock..
Send for Catalog. .
H. 0. BATEHAM,
Hood River, Or. . , ,
lyjoifuo r iisio
FINEST LINE OF
Has nothing to do with the - ,
But was put here to attract your , 'v
attention for a moment so that
' we could inform you that the ' , '
place to buy your DRUGS Is
THE GLACIER PHARMACY,
CHAS. N. CLARKE, Proprietor,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
I Jjight Years Experience .
In the store room formerly occupied by the Hood
Come and see us.
0. L. COPPLE.
"REGULATOR LINE "
I X Ul UUilU IA
Through Fneight and
All Freight Will Come Through
Leave The Dalles S.4J5 A. M.
Leave Portland.....; 7.00 a. if.
Oneway $1 50
Bound trip 2 SO
Freight Rates Creatly Redu c d
W. C. ALLAWAY,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Nov. g,
1898 Notice Is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made he
fore Register and Receiver at The Dulles.
Oregon, on Monday, Dec. 19, 18!8, viz:
: JAMES N. WATT, .
Of Mosier, Homestead Application No. K7
for the east northeast ii and east south
east Y$ section 22, township 2 north, range 11
east, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
R F. Hardwick, W. O. Hunter, W. A. (Stark
and N. P. Sturgess, all of Mosier, Oregon.
. nlldie JAY P. LUCAS, Uegistcr.
Will be received by the Directors of (choot
District No. 6,-Mt. Hood, Oregon, for building
a school house in said district.
Plans and specifications may be had by bid
ders by applying to the District Clerk.
The successful bidder will be required to fur-t
nish good and sufficient bonds.
All bids closed Dec. 24, 1898. The Directors
reserve the right to reject any and all bids.
H. H.TOM LIN SON,
D. R. COOPER,
0. FEEDENBURG, District Clerk.
For the speedy and permanent cure of
tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham
berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is
without an equal. It relieves the itch
ing and smarting almost instantly and
its continued nse effects a permanent
cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch,
scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders for
horses are the best tonic, blood purifier
nndvermifnge. Price, 35 cents. Soldb