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"FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28,1900-1
""t BRIEF i-OCAL MATTEBS.
' Uriah Heap cigars.
Bartmess' Xmas Rockers, .
.For Mama" at Sherrill's.
Excelsior 1901 diaries at Coe's.
Dr. Brosius' horse for sale, $76.
''The Honeymoon" at Sherrill's.
Say! "Cherries Ripe," at. Bartmess'.
My! Oh my! Bartmess' Xmas display.
Get Bartmess' prices on pi cture fram
ing. Light wagon for Bale. Inquire of H.
See the acetylene table lamp at
Hot bread daily, 4 p. m. at Hood Riv
Old papers 25c a hundred at the Gla
ifir office. '
Rrt.me8s has elegant furniture for
New furniture for the Christmas trade
Brownie lunch baskets at Bartmess'
t reduced prices.
Yum Yum mattresses at. Bartmess',
42.25: com., tlToO.
By the way, did you see those medal-
Sfifl those Brownie lunch baskets at
gherrill'a furniture store.
T'onir nt. thoRa new rockers at Sher
rill's. They are dandies.
"A Chip off of the Old Block" at
fiherrill's. Stop, and see it. '
An elegant line of Christmas pictures
at Bartmess' furniture store.
Those new iron beds at Sherrill's are
just the thing for a holiday gift.
Have you tried them? The Uriah
Heap cigars. For sale by all dealers.
Oh say ! Bartmess' pictures, rockers,
writing desks and book cases for Xmas,
The finest display of Xmas pictures
ever seen in Hood River at Bartmess'
Buy your wife a sewing machine for a
Christmas present. E. E. Savage will
sell you one.
Call in and examine those fine auto
graph, photo and scrap albums at Brad
ley's book store.
Do vou know that Bartmess is selling
iron beds an tne time ior fo.uu i uair
have you been paying?
KliPi-rill has iiist onened the finest line
of holiday pictures ever shown in Hood
River. Call ana see tnem.
Food choDDers. ' clothes wringers
rarvinsr knives, bucksaws, granite ware,
hiicfi-v lanterns, pruning shears, at
co j -
Lost M. A. Cook wants to know who
lm hid abstract of title to his farm. The
person will kindlv return it to him and
An8onia open face watches, good time
pieces. Just the thing for a holiday
present for the boys, at $1.00 each while
they last, at Chas. Riggs, the Jeweler.
Straved. A 1100-pound brown horse,
branded W. II. in left flank. Informa
tion leading to his whereabouts will be
properly rewarded by Dr. F. C. Brosius.
For Sale at the Emporium 10 choice
lots in llwhlitnd addition, only 2 blocks
east of post office, on State street, at $75
to $150. Terms easy. Every lot has a
T. C. Dallas spent Christmas in Oregon
City, visiting his sister's family.
; Miss May Boorman, who has been at
' o.kIitiit TIia DmTIp.h hiffh school, is home
for the holidays.
Mrs. Cora Dysart and children of Cen
tralia, Wash., spent Christmas with, her
frther, Leslie Butler and family. ,
Boyd N. Sproat surprised his wife on
Christmas eve by taking home from E.
E. Savage's a new Charter Oak range.
Dyspepsia can be cured by using A cker's
- Dyspepsia Tablets. One little tablet will
give immediate relief or money refunded.
25c and 50c. Williams & Brosius.
- Mrs. Joseph McGuire returned with
her niece to Colfax, Wash., last week,
and expects to remain three months
visiting her three sons in the Palouse
A special meeting of the ladies aid so
ciety of the Congregational church will
meet at Mrs. P. S. Davidson's, jr., on
Friday at 2:30 p. m. Urgent business.
A full attendance is desired.
The ladies of the soliciting committee
of Belmont wish to thank the business
man nf TTnad River and all others who
an rrniiArnnalv contributed toward the
n3 tnr thft f hristmas tree. The re
eult was voted a grand success by the
little ones, and they extend a hearty in
vitation to Santa uiaus to come w w
niont aeain next year.
N. B. Jordan of Iowa, who lately visit
ed his hrother J. J. Jordan of Hood
iiior ia intArflated in Aneora goats. He
writes to his brother asking what could
'be done with a carload or two of goats if
be shipped tnem tiere. rreu jwiuo
is the only one here who has Angora
crra fa ft n f hfi thinks so much of them
that he says he wouldn't part with his
goats at $10 a piece.
. Among the tens of thousands who have
used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
' colds and la grippe during the past few
years,to our knowledge, not a single case
has resulted in pneumonia. Thos. Whit
finunn (unWdhashave.. Chicago, one
of the most prominent retail druggists in
v,af iUv in (.neakinff of this.says: "We
recommend Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy forla grippe in many cases, as it not
only gives prompt ana coumbk; io;uyj:
iuit a an pnn n tprftcts anv tendency of Is
r,r,a in .9nH in Diieuiuonia." For
sale by Williams & Brosius.
Last Thursday, while H. F. Davidson
work done at Fred
erick's carpenter shop, he saw what he
, supposed was a weasei crawi i wu
tha t.rAPt.. He called Mr. Fred-
sripfa attention to the animal, and both
.'-men went out in the pouring rain to
hunt the varmint. After about fifteen
jninutes' hard work in tearing up the
wood pile, while the rain drenched them
v,k tha "weasel" was killed and
W V- cn.u, - .
the exciting chase ended. Later in the
' day they learned that they had killed
nna f tha ferrets beloneina to A. S.
Blowers & San, which had escaped from
the store cellar. The ferret had been
- brought from Portland at a cost of $4.
1 .nnanair ncnnrred on school-house
hill that made things lively for awhile
; thot noitrlihorhood. last Saturday
forenoon. D. G. Hill was driving into
f Airn tilth hia two dauehtera ana
the hack. Jasper Wick
ham followed in his hack with his
daughter Jiellie and Ed Ross. The neck
yoke on Mr. Wickham's team gave way
... twtfnm ntnrted to run. They soon
overtook Mr. Hill's team, and the hacks
collided, wrecking both vehicles and
throwing tne occupants ouv m mo
but fortunately no one we hurt. Mr.
. ' Hill was dragged aome distance while
holding on to the liiv3. Dr. Watts
horse and buggy stood hitched in front
pf W. J. Campbell's residence and was
run into by the runaway and the boggy
Cnnbv post and W. R. C. had full
Innt. Satnrdav. The Dost elect
ed A. L. Phelps and J. AW Rigby del
egates to tne .suite encampment, m ror
est Grove nd L. D. Blount and P..
Spanglor alternates. It was decided to
have, a Joint public Installation of of
ficers on Saturday, January 12th. The
hour for the meeting . was set at 12
o'clock, but it has since been changed to
11 o'clock.. Dinner will . be served
promptly at 1 o'clock. . The change of
time was made to accommodate the peo
ple in the country, to give them time to
get through and get home before dark.
This of course is not intended to reflect
on the appetites of the Grand Array
boys it is intended to allow their wives
to get home in time to do the milking.
The installation services will be held in
one hall and the tables will be set in the
other. All members of the G. A. R. are
expected to bring their wives, aud all
members of the Relief Corps to bring
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Wells of the East Side occured quite a
social affair on Christmas day, it being a
reunion of brothers and sisters with tne
exception of one sister, Mrs. Emery
Brock of Savannah, 111., something
which had not occurred before for twelve
years. Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Wells and family Perry, W alter.
Warren, jr., Margurite, Edward and
Clifford; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wells
and family William, Elsie, Jessie and
Hattie ; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Thomas and
family Lulu, Earl, Raymond, Eva and
Izetta; and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wells
and family Greta and Jerome, jr. A
nice Christmas dinner was served. '
J. II. Kobere brought to Reciprocity
Corner, Monday morning, 14 dozen eggs
fathered the two days previous. He
eeps about 200 hens 100 old ones and
as many puuets. ms puiieta are a mix
ture of Brown Leghorns, Plymouth
Rocks and Wyandottes. The pullets
are laying at least two-thirds of, the eggs
gathered. His hens are two-year-olds.
G. R. French, who owns an island of
18 acres in the Columbia river, near
Mosier, and makes a specialty
of raising chickens, keeps about 200
hens. His breeds are White Wyandottes
and Brown Leghorns. His chickens are
not profitable, but he thinks if he could
raise water from the river and irrigate a
clover patch, to give the hens green feed
in the dry season, that they would be'
The Royal Arch Masons elected and
installed the following officers last Sat
urday evening: FC Brosius, H P; W
J Baker, King; D McDonald, scribe; E
L Smith, C of H ; E E Savage, P &; G R
Castner, R A C; G E Williams, Master,
1st vail ; A S Blowers, master 2d vail ; H
F Davidson, secretary; W ASlingerland,
treasurer ; J W tionnell, sentinel.
The ladies aid society of the Congre
gational church purchased from E. E.
Savage a latest improved range at a cost
of $45, which was taken to the Congre
gational parsonage as a Christmas sur
prise. Mr. and Mrs. Hershner hereby
express their heartfelt gratitude to the
society and the public who have so gen
erously supported the ladies aid for this
very useful token of appreciation.
& C. Zeigler of White Salmon was in
town Monday. Mr. Zeigler has been
doing the carpenter work on A. R. Byr
kett's addition to his residence, which
will cost $2,500 and make the best coun
try residence in Klickitat county. Mr.
Zeigler" has . rented his farm at Trout
Lake to Nils Venden, an experienced
dairyman from Minnesota.
The members and friends of the Con
gregational church will take possession
of the parsonage on New Year's day
Tuesday next, when the usual annual
dinner will be given. The parsonage is
commodious, and it is hoped that all the
mom wraand friends OI tile cuurcii wui
be present to participate in tnis pieaham
W. T. Hansberry, not being ame to
work with his crippled hand, has turned
book agent and is selling a valuable
work entitled "The Story of One Hun
dred Years." It is a very useiui dook,
and should be patronized by all who
need and can afford a work of this kind.
The cake walk at the Armory last F ri
day night had a good audience, air.
and Mrs. Trice were good in their several
characters, in fact, were the whole show.
They easily walked off with the cake.
Tom Trice and wife can count on haying
an audience any time they give a show
in Hood River.
At the council meeting held Dec. 17th,
an ordinance granting the Hood Kiver
Electric Light Co. the right to erect
poles and string eiectnc wirea m uu
River was passed first reading. This
part of the proceedings was omitted from
tne report m ibi
George Wilson, who lelt last Septem
ber to take work in the divinity Bchool
ill not. he home for the hol-
iAatre hilt. Wl TO IO 1 ttCIllC Uruvc, vU"
ifornia, as a delegate from his school to
fie coast conference of' the
,M. C.A. ' ;
Tu-eiitv-three new members were in-
i!torl intn Riverside lodae. No. 08, A.
O. U. Wi, of Hood River, last Saturday
uvaninir 'ma loatze I1UW IJUUlMCiD
member's, with good prospects of making
it an even nunarea in uie ucai iuvu.c.
Earl and Meigs Bartmess, Carrie By-
erlee, Maltie Dukes, Barton Davidson,
' ... . - . l TT: rt Man
rerry Wens, Jirnsi nmnciis u
r tho Hood River students at the
Oregon Agricultural college, at Corvallis,
are home tor tne nonuays.
Roinh Shellev arrived upfrom the
TTniverHitv of Oreeon at Eugene, Satur
dav. to spend his Christmas vacation at
- i . 1 . l.rta Uan onann.
home, ills sisxtsr, whu o ci-v
ine the winter in Portland, came up
v n rifllltinH. Hood River's enthusi
astic horse fancier, presented the Glacier
with a copy of the Christmas numuer oi
the Horse Review. The magazine is a
gem of the printer s art..
Judge Prattler is distriDunng nauu
some calendars for 1901. The Glacier
acknowledges receipt of one with com;
pliments of Sew fceaianci loaurau v.
Mrs Laura Baldwin went to Baker
City last week, and will visit friends and
relatives in that city and will then go to
Spokane and the mouse country .
W. E. Shute, who is worsing wuu me
railroad carpenters at La (jrande, came
home for the holidays, nenry duuw
also home from Pendleton.
a -17 TWahner is amending the holi-
j., hia familv in Corvallis. 111S
two oldest daughters are students in the
state agricultural college.
Miss Mella White is spenaing uer va
cation with her mother at Cromby, in
Polk county. Miss Snell is with her
parents at Arlington.
Miss Sadie Orser, formerly of Hood
River, now of Chenoweth, Wash., has
been attending the Portland business
colleee tbis winter.
Arkerman came up from
t ha nr. KntnrHaVa boat, to spend
Christmas with J. F. Armor and family
Ram Rlowers and Louis Baldwin are
home from the Portland business
iece for their holiday vacation.
Prof. C. D. Thompson left on Tburs.
day to attend the state teachers' associa
tion at Albany.
w.U Hershner is clerking at the
The familv of M. P. Isenberg held i
reunion at his home in Belmont on
Christmas day. There were present ten
children, nve sons and nve daughters,
just the number in Frank Davenport's
family, and therefore M. P. rightfully as
serts they should be entitled to one-half
that goose, lo say that all had a merry
unnstmas would oe drawing it mildly,
Hie iseuhergs know how to enjoy a re
union. The boys got M. P. out to the
barn and made him dance a jig, and
they do say that he hoed it down in good
oiu v irginm siyie. in justice to ai. r.
it should be stated that the boys put up
the cigars before he consented to dance.
Those present were: F E Newby and
wife, W E Sherrill and wife, S W Arnold
and wife, Floy and Clyde Arnold, L S
Isenberg and wife, Floyd Lester Isen
berg, F E Parker, Mr and Mrs M P Isen
bem. Wm A Isenberg. F II Isenbere.
Walter M Isenberg, Elmer Isenberg, the.
Misses isess, reu, rean and L.ena isen
berg. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Clark and child
came up from Ft. Stevens to spend
Christmas in Hood River. Mr. Clark
returned Wednesday, but Mrs. Clark
and Beulah will remain for a couple of
A man without music in his soul was
heard to remark that a man who would
buy a Christmas horn or drum for his
boy ought to be prosecuted for cruelty
C. II. Pearson, who has been working
for Davenport Bros., went to his home
at Trout Lake, Monday, for the winter.
Davenport's mills have shut down.
McGuire Br6s.' market opened up for
business last week and report a good
holiday trade. They have a free dili very
to all parts of town.
Marriage license was issued by the
County clerk, Monday, to George Tyr
rell and Louisa Underwood, both of
Burnet Duncan of the Portland
Academy came up Monday to spend the
holidays with relatives in Hood River.
Mrs. 0. B. Hartley, Miss Gladys,
Howard and Catherine are spending the
holidays in Hood River.
Pine Grove School.
Following is a report of Pine Grove
school, district No. 7, for the month
ending Dec. 21, 1900.
Number of days taught, 10; number
of days attendance, 663; number of
times tardy, 9; average number be
The following named pupils were
neither tardy nor absent: Elmer Board
man, Frank Boardman, Blanche Harbi
son, Hester Harbison, Ruth Harbison,
Frank Hennagin, Charley Lage, Al
phonse Mohr, Mvrou Wishart, Nellie
Wishart, Rosa Wishart, Lizzie Mohr,
Irene Sproat, Carl Mohr, Mike Mohr,
Marie Mohr, Daniel Prathar, Hugo
Paasch, Effie Robinson.Elsie Wells.Wal
ter Wells, Areline Winchell, George
Winchell, Edith Winchell, Marion
Sproat, Edith Sproat, Anna Mickelsen,
Leonard Mickelsen, Homer Van Allan,
Raymond Ordwav, Anna Mohr, Ired
Hennagin, Philip Finley, Mattie Paasch,
Fred Mickelson, Julia Mickelson, Ru
fus Ordwav, Edward Lage, Fred Paasch,
Warren Wells, Alice Finley.Peter Mohr.
The following names have been placed
upon the term roll of honor: Anna
Mickelsen, Myron Wishart, Nellie
Wishart,- Hester Harbison, Ruth Har
bison. T. M. B. Chastain, Principal.
Margaret Rbid, Assistant.
WE WISH OUR PATRONS
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
And thank you heartily for your patronage.
With increased stock we will sup
ply more of your wants in 1901 than
THE PEOPLE'S STORE.
FIFTH SATURDAY SURPRISE SALE.
FOR SATURDAY ONLY- '
Tron-clad Stockings for bovs and girls; heavy ribbed stock, double
knee, heel and toe, fast black, wear like iron; regular 25u goods. 23c
EBONY NOVELTIES Sterling Silver Mountings, very pretty, up-to-date
goods Curling Irons, Tooth Brushes, Letter Seals, Stocking Darners,
Nail Files, Button Hooks, Shoe Horns, Paper Knives, Ink Erasers,
and many other articles
GENTLEMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS Full size, linen, hemstitched bor
der, soft and fine, excellent value...
A FEW odds and ends of China that will be sold ridiculously cheap for
. the coming week only.
We wish to thank our newly-made friends for their gracious pa
tronage during the past week and wish them all a Happy New Year.
bakery during the absence of bis uncle.
Skating rink open New Year's after
noon, 2 :30 till 4 ;30;
At A. 0. U. W. Hall.
The entertainment at A. O. U. W.
hall, next Monday evening (New Year's
at 8 o'clock, will give the following
Orchestra. "Home Love" JW. S. Ripley
Vocal duet, -'O. Tell Us, Merry Bird -j
Lullaby Florence Hanna
with voice accompimliiieut.
0 , A,dine Bartmess i
Solo, "A Dream of Love" UKW ""ruey
Solo and chorus, "Rocking on the Billows
Messrs. jNicneisen, jiujubj "
a .til ITnttnn
Quintette, "Ada Marie" Northrup
Recitation, "James Douglas"... Gloria Lane
Violin and guitar duet. "The German Pa
trol" (Die wacmparuue nu" ";
J. S. Booth and C. F, Gilbert.
Solo and chorus, "My Hover" ...Mis. tiux-
ley, Miss jiutrican, air. jiu.u,
Anvil chorus and solo from Iltravatore..Verdl
Agwena, a wiMsn ana as Kyi"""".
Recitation, "The Unluckey HorseshJ'rA"llen
Orciieira,'"But a Dream;' ("'l'"!,
Jr.nun to fr.iii-.umri hv Acwena's solo, in
n which the wil.cn aramaucaiiy ursi-i ";.
the burn ins at the stake of her mother.
Aewena will be personated by Mrs. Louise
Boyden Goddard. ..
Admission Aauits, zoc: cnnurc",
How to Cure Croup.
r v ftmv. who lives near Amenia,
rnVinaa i-nnntv. N.Y.. savs: "Chamber'
loln'oCniwh K,fmp.rtv is tne oest nieuiuuio
I have ever used. .It is a fine children's
romaHw fnrcrouD and never fails to cure.
J . 1 - .1 . : ! .1 (.nAnmAci
When given as soon as uie cuuu ucw.;D
aftarthe crouDV cough has
developed.it will prevent the attack. This
should be borne in mind and a bottle of the
Canah Remedy kept at nana reaay ior nr
stant use as soon as these symptoms ap
pear. For sale by Williams & uro-sms.
Near Mt. Hood, Or., Dec. 17,-1900, to
Mr. and Mrs. James N. Knight, a son
t TamalAs. Calif.. Dec. 17. 1900
rioronfB f!. Enclish and Miss Alice
Mr. English is a' son of Mrs. Geo
P. Crowell and was formerly a resident
of Hood River. He served in the Phil
ippines as a member of Co. E of the
Second Oregon. His Hood River friends
extend congratulations. I
In Portland, Or., Dec. 19, 1900, H. S.
Galligan and Miss Margaret E. Frazier.
Mr. and Mrs. Galligan are well known
in Hood River and their many friends
join the Glacier in congratulations and
well wisnes ior tne jouhk tuupic.
In Hood River valley, at the residence
of the .bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
R. Tucker, Dec. 25, 1900, Frank E.
Strang and Miss Dora A Tucker; Rev.
J. W. Jenkins, officiating.
The contracting parties are both res
idents of Hood River, the bride being a
daughter of one of the valley's substan-
t.ial citizens, ineuiacier mkuuo w
gratulations and best wishes.
Lillian Barr, only daughter of Mr. snd
Mrs. W. H. Barr, died ot Drain lever on
rv... ontii oCTPrt n vp.ars. a momns aim
OA Antra Vnnpral ' RfirvlCeS were UBiaDy
o. . . , .
Kev. J. ij. xlsrsuner, u mo ictiucu
Wm. Thompson, on inaay.
thp. best teacher. Use Ack
er's English Remedy in any case of colds
nhanr ftmtin. hlintllU LL 111 WKHC
lf"" w.r-r. - ,
moliat relief monev retunaea. socbuu
50c. Williams & Brosius.
The Best Plaster.
A piece of flannel dampened with Cham
berlain's rain uaim ana oouno iu uo
toaA nflrts is gur-erior to any plaster.
When tronbled with lame back orpains in
.;.i nr oVicst oivB it a trial and you
are certain to be more than pleased with
relief which it affords. Pain
Ralm also curea rheumatism. One ap-
ulication gives relief. For gale by W ut
V ' ' in, : 1
WORK SHOES WEAR.
Selz "Kroo Calf" Skin is a special tannage, bo
named to define and express ita tough, yet phablo
qualities and its great powers of endurance.
"Kroo" is the original namet V poTrerful trm oi - - -TiccrofS
on the Northwest Coast of Africa, com-
momy Known bb -xvruo uujo.
nowned fox their hardiness, suppleness and
staying powers; and what the "Kroo Boy
is among negroes, "Kboo Calf" is among
skins tough, enduring, reliable.
Look for the sign of Selz" It
marks the Popular Dealer.
Selz, Schwab & Co., Chicago.
Largeit Manufacturer of Boots and Show In th World.
BONE & HcDONALD
Carry a nice line of
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Underwear,
Choice Cured Meats and first-grade Lard, "
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Flour and Feed.
Our prices will be found as low as is cousistent with fair deal
ing and legitimate'profit.
gjSS Goods delivesed free of charge,j0ff
i ime i
SHERRILL'S IS THE PLACE.
I have Just opened a line of elegant Pictures for the holiday trade,
the finest assortment that has ever beon shown in Hood River, in
cluding some of the finest designs in Photo Panels and Color Photos.
Also, the newest designs in frames. I am offering these to my pa-
trons at very low prices.
I shall open a stock of now Furniture this week, including the
newest patterns in Bedroom Suites, Iron Beds, Rockers, Dining
' Chairs, etc., at Portland prices. I have an expert mechanic in the
ahop to frame pictures. My Btock of Doors, Windows, Moldings,
Paints and Oils id unsurpassed for a town of this size.
W. E. SHERRILL.
4 ' " ii
In the estimation of
Every gallon of .
will cover 300 or more square
feet of surface in average con
dition, two coats to the gallon.
Every gallon is a full U. S.
standard measure. It is made
to Paint Buildings with. It
is the best and most durable
House Faint made.
Chas. N. Clarke, Agt., at the Glacier Pharmacy
Go to him for pnrefrcBh Drugs, Patent Medicines and Wall Tupec Proscriptions and
Family Recipes a specialty. . . ;'
V. S. CommsBioner. , Notary iumic.
GEO. T. PRATHER,
AWei ii Cdipcsi, M Estate ill Iiies,..-
HOOD EIVEE, OREQON.
I have lots and block ftir iinio In aifrertml purl of thn town of Horn! Hlvw.
. Also, have the exclusive ale ot loin lu Blowers' AalltA(Mt, Ihe niont beaullUil (juIIO
' iug location lu town.
BiiKlnemt,suohaspylnj!Wixw,Iornon-rflmrtcnw, oranyiums; perinuniiH
7ouoty Court, promptly attended lo. (Jun furnish townithip pint to
:r8 M tiiwe l,king for land. Have beeu a resident of Hood Hlvcr V v r r a.
Shows the state of your feelings and the
state of your health as well. Impure
blood makes itself apparent in a paie
and sallow complexion, Pimples and
SkirrEruptionB. If you are feeling
weak and worn out, aim aunoumvon
healthy appearance, you should try
Acker's Blood Elixir. It cures all blood
i;anQu. fhrfi ehean sarsaparillus and
so-called purifiers fail; knowing this.we
sell every Dottle on a poaiuvu guiuK,
Williams & Brosius.
Valley Christian Church. Sunday
school at 10 a. m ; preaching at 11a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Y.P.S.C.E. at 6:30 p.m.
Morning subject, "Lessons of the Year.
Annual business meeting of the church
will be held Wednesday evening, Jan. 2d.
The monthly business meeting of the
Endeavor society will be held at the
residence of Mrs. E. Richardson.
Congregational church, Service with
worship at 11 a. m. Subject of-sermon,
"RouinniiW ftDDroDriate to the new
year and the new century. Sunday
irhnn at u a. III.. Wim iui.
Barnes, superintendent. Junior society!
at 3 p. m. ; Y. P. S. C. E. at 6 :30. Sub
ject at evening service, "The Christ of
ii. v " A plenum to all
who do not worship eisewnere.
TJ. B. Church. Next Sunday morn
, pan ti. C. Shaffer win preacu on
the subject, "The Dying Century." In
ho ovenino the Eubiect will be, "the
v Ponturv." Kundav school at 10 a.
m Y.P. B.U. JS. at o:.w p.m. ; uivuw
hood of Andrew and Philip every Tues
day evening at 8 o'clock ; prayer service
Wednesday evening at 7:30; Reading
room open every evening.
We sell at Hood Kivery Bakery-
Crackers, Sardines, . lireaa,
Cranberries, Salmon, Butter,
Candies, Salt itame;,
Cheese, sweet poiaweH.uiiwg,
Coffee, Spices, Bananas,
Chewing gumSoda, bxH,
Chipped bee! fioap, gg.
Citron, Lemons, ries.
Pies, fliince meat, 1 ciov,
Bread based aauy, eiipu "uj'
A. F. IlEESHNER.
11:42 p. m.
Fr'm HOOD RXVEIt
Salt Lake, Denver,
Kansas City, t
and tne uast.
Walla Walla, Bpo-I
HI Paul, Duluth,
cago and bast.
Salt Lake, Denver,
Kansas City. Bt.
and the East,
T.tto p. ID.
GEO. P. CBOWELL,
Suecessor to E. L. Bmlth-Oldest Established House In tb valloy.J ,
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Flour and Feed, etc.
" This old-established house will continue to pay cash for all its
goods ; it pays no rent ; it employs a clerk but does not hvo to divide
with a partner all dividends are made with customers in the way of
reasonable price. . r
E. R. Bradley,
Job Printing, Books, Stationery, IXa
nzincs and Periodicals.
In addition to my line of Books and Magazines, I carry a complete
and well selected stock of Stationery., I am also constantly adding
to my Job Printing Department and respectfully solicit your patron
age along these lines.
' Orders by mail given prompt attention.
STOCK. The Columbia Nursery u on nan,
airaln. as usual, with a lanre stooK or r run 1 r.
Btraw berry 1'lanta, and all kinds of Nursery siuc
Oet our pr.o ana see mess. I)ATEHAM
For Ban Francisco
Batl every b aaya.
To Astoria and way
Orcsrou City. New.
bertcnalcm Jt way
WlIXAMKTTW A WD
ana way luuuiugn
Portland to Conral
Us Away landings.
anil t n.
mm ISCIOW i orilllliu iiir " J rav
Jin A 0 A A the freight. Common YV. W. Mattress, fl.60
lV.v,".y,H -same old price. Yum Yum w. w. fliat-
If tress, (2.25 reduced. Excelsior V ool lop
Mattress, $2 same old prico. Washing Ma
t'hineB, 3.50 reduced. Iron beds, $3.50
- T.nmhnr. T,ttlh. I, me. DoOTH. tVindoWS,
iXMoldings, Building Material of all kinds.
Lowest prices on Wall Paper,
FUNERAL PIRECTOR AND EMBALMER,
ana r rt.
W. H. HURLBURT.
Oen'l Pass. Agent, fortiand, Or
J. Baolbv, Agent, Hoon itivar.
. MEAT MARKET.
Fresh and Cured Meats,
Fruits and Vegetables.
HOOD RIVER, OB.
Dalles. Portland & As
toria Navigation Co.
Ttaiiv rTnt Rnndavl between I
The Dalles, Hood River, Cascade Locks,
Vinwinvtr and Portland. I
Toachlne at way points on both side, of the 1
Both of the above ute&mera have been r
...h ,1. In Misellent shape foi the K
mm of 110. The Isolator line will endeavor
to z!ve it. patrons the beat service possible.
Kr comfort, economy and pleasure, travel
V...11 I'ltv bves The Dalles at 7 a. m..
Tuesday, Thursday and Baturdiiy.
ReeubxW leave at T a. m. Monday, Wed-
teaie Portland 7 a.m.; arrive at The Dalle.
S p. m. Arrive at Portland, m.
Portland office, Oak t. Dock. The Dalle.
office, (Joort .Inset
i a urv
And all kinds of supplies for
Professional aid Amatenr PtotograuliBrs.
Printing papers, card mounts, developers and toning solution.-.
Prices range from 5 to 20 for Kodaks.
WILLIAMS & BROSIUS.
LEAVE ORDERS FOR
1 Ij.lljj'.n IP"l",
ijza u w y fcM MM
With F. E. JACKSON. He ana tne jljav IM
PORT BROS, have over One Million
feet of good Dry Lumber
at Haynea' Spur.