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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1906)
HOOD EIVEB GLAOIHE4 THUI15DAY, 1IAECH 16. 1906.
NEW RAILROAD A
FINE SCENIC ROUTE
By Roswell Shelley.
Last Wednesday Frank J3. Runcorn
and 1 had business at 1'he Dalles, and
upon our retnrn to Hood River on No.
l,we founa the Mount Hood construe
tiojn and had our first ride on the Mt.
Hood railroad to Odell, a road wbiot
hag promise of becoming one of the
llnest tourist roads in all the North
west in the years to come. Speeding
out of town and under the wagon
bridge we follow the river, have a look
at the huge pipe, the dam and the
wild rushing river, and In a few min
utes find ourselves at the Y. After s
few. minutes halt we are gliding up the
switchback over the summit and enter
a winding. canyon, where gurgles s
rippling stream. On either ride the
bills rise abruptly, abutting out the
view and the afternoon sun, yet there
are other things to aee on either aide
the track. At intervals you see huge
piles of rick wood and oountloss large
Maw logs awaiting the ballasting ot the
road. We emerge from this canyon at
A. I. Mason's place. We are tiding In
the open and on a car piled high with
timber going to the end of the line, yet
toe warm rays or a perfect spring day
make ns comfortable without overcoat.
Reaching the level, looking north,
south, east and west, we seem travel
ing through one vast orchard. Here
we are amidst green verdure, com'
pletoly surrounded with evergreen and
snow-crowned mountains, Adams to
the 'North and Hood to the south, and
we reminded toe brakemnn to he care
ful leet the car butt Into Mount Hood.
Aitogteher It was a charming ride and
the valley was again seen from a diff
erent view point, yet look at It when
and-where you will it is always worth
while to look at It again.
The sun shines upon the carpet of
mow that covers the earth, while the
east wind lings through the whisper
ing nines. '. Last week we lay in the
lap of spring, this week in a spasmodic
nrlp of winter. The wild Dowers peep
through the suow. The birds still
sing us the promise of spring, while
the greou lawn party uncovered Is ap
parently greener than was in contrast
with tho .white fringe of snow, and
who would change the order of things?
Hotter be content and wait.
Mr.-R." LIvlngHton of Portland, who
owns the'Koborts" place, formerly the
Udell homestead, In oompany with an
old friend, Mr. Polk of Portland, is
spending few days at the oomeroial
hub of East Hood Klver looking over
the situation. Mr. Livingston's place
was out Into three tracts two years
ago with a view of se ling thorn, Now
with all the good things In prospect
for Odoll since the advent of the rail
road and the increase in values hence
be has concluded to withdraw the Im
proved 'part containing 60 acres, from
the market, and will sell the two re
maining tracts. One 55 acres, the
other about '2:1 aores. These tracts
will go at a bargain and parties look
ing for choice house sites close at
band better apply soon. See Shelley
The county court was out to Odell
last Friday viewing a proposed road
through the Law lot 9 place and ren
dered a decision allowing nominal
damages. This is a road that was re
ported by the viewers without dam
ages. The owner of the pluce, Dudley
Holland, filed a claim for damages in
the sum of 500. and as the award ol
the court la only 175, the case will
probably go before the circuit court
for a final decision.
Dick Fisbnr of Mosier. who is no
at Odell with Everett Lnlferty. F. E.
Kuncorn and Edgar L. Klemer, spent
about an bour with the scribe last
Sunday afternoon. Joshing and story
telling were in order, hot air from
Mosier was blown by our Mosier friend
and the future of Hood Kiver was
freely disonssed. During their stay
the minister' called to phone some
friends, wben the conversation took a
religious turn. Mr. Kleiner got the
floor then and told the following anec
dote. Mr. Klemer comes from Minno
sota and knows whereof be speaks.
The story is as follows: "Two Swedes,
one from Bt. Paul and the other from
Minneapolis, were dismissing religious
topics, and the question oi reaaing
the Bible came up, wben the Minno
aoolis Swede said to the St. Paul man
'1 don't like to read the Bible for the
reason that it says so much about St.
Paul and never a word about Minneap
olis'" Mr. Klemer now wins the belt
There are times in the work of news
gather inn that we would gladly refrlan
from recording certain facts that come
to our notice, yet a feeling or respon
sibllity for the publio good constrains
us to furnish what we consider the
foots at all times, regardless of conee
a nonces from a personal standpoint.
Along this tine we desire to say that
last Friday evening at the Liiterary,
the question ot the consolidation of
the valley diHtricts was considered.
The president announced thit the op
position arguments would first be
heard and then if any one desired they
oould be answered. After this an
nouncement was mvde, certain parties
who are beads of families in Odell dis
trict, submitted such arguments
agalnxt the quostion as they saw fit
without Interference on the part or
any one present, after they bad nnlxb
ed, A. I. Musou, otie of the party from
Pins Grove who weie Invited guests of
Odell. resuonded and began in a foroi
ble and logical manner to dissect and
scatter the pretended arguments of
the opposition to the four winds;
whereupon the parties opposing the
question at once became a disturbin
element, annoying the speaker ani
casting insinuations, two or three of
them talking at once without regard
for parliamentary law or reHpect for
themselves or the audience and per
sistently refusing to acknowledge Ma
son' right to the floor. They dually
became so obnoxious that the presi
dent of the society adjourned the
meeting. The whole tiend of this vi
oioua and unparliamentary opposition
surely made votes for the consolida
tion, for it was an object lesion that
a higher education was needed at
Odell, if we expect to maintain our
freedom of speech and steer clear of
We beg to congratulate Brother Moe
upon acquiring title to some excellont
apple land near Odell. "It's cold
day wben the Glacier get left."
Week before last we advertised cow
for sale in the Glacier, and before an
otber isiue was out the cow was gone
and (.15 was placed in circulation at
O'iell. And why? Becaue the Glacier
Is read, and snaps are picked up quick
by Hood Klver people.
Rumor is life that a rjrorjoaltlon i
now being seriously considered by a
Portland capitalist with reference to
floating bonds for the construction and
oieratlon of en electric line from
hood Kiver to the Mount Hood settle
ment. We heartily approve of this
and stand ready to assist aa far as pos
sible In the promotion of this wortby
enterprise. We believe that the Moon
Hood section baa great future and Is
entitled to recognition, and that such
a line tapping the heart ot the lower
valley and on to Mount Hood would
soon develop Into paying propnsi
tion. Of one thing there it not the
slight tt doubt, and that is. that it
woul' at "nee equalize values through
out i b ' alley and oause values In the
Mount Hood section to doable np
q i ii k. In addition to an electric
rail i nad we would also bave eleotrio
llg ted country homes.
Kev. WooJ of Hood River preached
a rr.is-iriiMry sermon last Sunday. The
collcft'oii taken was for the starving
peo le rf Japan.
M ii-s Marguerite Shelley, assisted by
Mrs (ii.,v lalmape.gave pleaBlng and
Intel' i iiu entertainment at tbe Union
church lt t Saturday evening to
good ai.i n . cm.
MUs titan Sbellev returned home
latt Saturav attti ; hut Inn finished
term of school ou Mill Cieek near The
Dalles. She goes this week to China
Hill, on the Cloud Cap Inn road, to
teach a term cr school there.
Mr. and Mrs II. F. Davidson called
last Thursday evening at at the Little
White Store. It was one of those
beautiful moonlit nights that brings
lovers to the Line and has a tendency
to mellow older bearfs as tbey sit and
muse. Mrs. Davidson called ber
daughter Helen to the phone and the
song of tbe Udell frog was distinctly
beard by ber In Hood Kiver. If you
don't believe this, ask U. t u., and
he will tell you that our frogs can be
heard In town.
Notes by the Wayside.
There appears to be a good orop of
news notes along the west aide road to
town. Notably among these we would
mention tbe splendid improvements al
most completed by Mr. Demorest at
the old Lamar stand. An elegant res
ldece and lawn, grading and other
substantial modern improvements, lm
Drosses tbe passer with tbe fact Mr.
Demorest Is theie to stay. He is cir
culating bis money and at the same
time adding value to his plaoe.
All along the way we note the build
ing or new fences and a general clean
lug up. Mr. Hoggs la Improving his
uew borne and planting out lot of
Furl ber this way along tbe line we
notloe that Mr. Moore, who repre
seuta some Dalles City capitalists, baa
turned under 20 aores ot clover and is
planting it in long straight rows of
apple trees. Under the guidance of
tbls man Moore this place has been
wonderfully built and reclaimed by
cultivating and fertilizing, and it
octor First J
Then to us with the Prescriptions.
We Do Not Prescribe
That is tho Physician's busineiM. WE DO, however, COMPOUND
THEIR PRESCRIPTIONS exactly as they want them, with Stand
ard Drugs of Known Purity.
Our prices aro always fair.
As watch specialists
1 A word that means much to the ones
who carry a watch. It is especially
;FW increasing sales demonstrate their ability to ren
der perfect service
One dose of Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral at bedtime prevents
night coughs of children.
No croup. No bronchitis. A
doctor's medicine for all
affections of the throat, bron
chial tubes, and lungs. Sold
for over 60 years.
" I hav nted ayer'i Cherry Pectoral In wr
family for eight yean. Thar la nothing equal
to it forcniigha aud el4a. aapeclailT for chit.
ilru,"-Mu. W. a. isarago, Shelby, al.
I.O. ATI! CO..
Keep the bowel open with one of
Ayer's Pills at bedtime, Just one.
Our ijsual riarch cold snap is on us but it will
would not le fnrprislua if Moore
should get tbe whole ranch before he
gets through with those Dulles fellows,
for he clHiuia tbe distinction ot stay
ing two weeks at Tbe Dalles as a Jury
nmu and having money sufficient left
to purchase a cow and bilng ber home
on bis return.
This brings us to Davidson and Van
Horn's plare. which baa witbiu the
past few months been worked over by
grubbing out oak and pine trees and
tbe planting of 20 aores ot tbe famous
apple trees. ; i
Along aide of tbem Ilea the ranch of
Leslie Butler upou which has been ex
pended quite a bit of n.ouoy and the
planting of 2 acies of tbe prize win
This brings us to bad roads and we
stop short off.
Special from Odell.
Editor Glacier After carefully read
ing Proverbs as suggested Lr the Odell
quill driver iu last week 'a Ulaoier I
am or tne opinion tne aoove men
tioned builded bettor than he knew
by directing tbe atteutlou of tbe peo
ple of Odell to so bleb an authority.
containing passages so well fl ting the
subject in hand as tbe following: Pro
verb 6:3, ; :i; ia:n; i:io; 15:
10; 17:4,1 5; 20:19; 22:14; 26:17,21.
In conclusion -1 would ea v. If one
person temporarily of Odell had prac
ticed the teachings contained in above
passages there would have been no
rumors" nor oause for same.
Gertrude L. Clark.
not last long. The warm Spring days will fol
low which will turn our thoughts to Spring and
Summer wants and necessities. But talking
about snaps we have as snappy a lot of early
Spring and Summer Goods as was ever gather
ed from the four corners of the Earth
Look this over an i ' 'c to "us with the fixed idea of neeinff the prettiest lot
of roods that, has u y on r. good fortune to aee. Linens are very popular
and we have as follow : India Linen at from 12 to 300. Butcher Linens
from 25gi. up Linen nWaistings and Suiting, 30 in. wide, up to 500. Linen
Finished (I.'od.s in 'White. Blues, Tans from 16 to 350. Table Linens and
Dmnasirs from 350. to $1.50. The $1.25 and $1.50 are Pure Linen,
Beautiful i'atterns and are. 72 inches wide.
The Watchmaker and Jeweler
Tbe lad lea aid society ot tbe valley
Cbilstian ohaiob will serve tbe second
of their monthly teas at the borne of
Mrs. Cochrans, this afteinoon. A
cordial invitation Is extended to all
who wish to enjoy a social afternoon.
On Friday evening, March 2,
meeting was held in the Barrett school
bouse, ri. llraiford was elected chair
man. The business of tbe meeting
was to discuss the right of a few of
the stockholder to bold the right of
the farmer's in igatton ditch. II. ap
peared that there are 19,000 set apart
from tbe t(X),000 bond money, for the
fu-pose of puicbasiug tbe old ditch,
t was stated tbat over 17.000 has al
ready been paid to stockholders. Then
the question la naturally aksed who
are the owner of tbe old ditcb? After
some very lively talk on' this question
it was voted a large majority In favor
of tbe farmers' irrigation ditoh being
turned over to tbe bonded distrlot.
What step tbe majority party will
take I am not informed bat it does
seem to me that this ditcb in question
could and ought to be settled without
getting Into any tight, iiarnham said
that you can fool some of tbe people
some of tbe time but you oann"t fool
all tbe people all tbe time. We are
here in a Christian land and most
people piofesslng to be christians.
What kind of Christianity are we
showing to tbe world wben we begin
to fight amongst ourselves? Would it
not be better to meet in friendly
spirit and devise some means of set
tling this matter? It la not all to
live, it is not all to get water; but it
la a great deal to men to nave a piece
of mind and a conscience at rest; tbat
we tiy to do right to oar fellow men.
We read tbat righteousness exalted i
a nation, but ain It a reproach to any
people. Better get right down to
solid business with ourselves and auk
thia question: am I right? And when
we come to tbat Place to do toe rignt.
little monitor apeak inwardly ana
ays, this la light.
O. D. Woodwortb with a force of
men is Dxlng up ftookiora avenue in
good shape. It will stand inspection,
not only stand inspection, dui roaas
built in this way will stand when we
are gone, so tbat we shall not be ever-
lanstinulv called opon to make roads.
Now is your time to come out and
help make good roads and cease to
kick, but play the man and come out
and be one of tbe working community
on good roads.
J. J. Gibbons Is bavins his house
papered. J. J. says he is tired of tbe
dark room and wants tne looms itgnt,
bright and look cheerful L. Dart,
tbe professional decorator, is putting
on the paper and do not forget Mr.
Dart doea it up In good shape.
The Camp boys were busy last
week with their teams beauling rock
to make good roads. These boys can
and trill help make oar roads.
C. Camp lost a valuable bone Tues
day moi nine. March 8. being attacked
with collo. then Inftamation in the
bowels, which caused death.
Harry Bennett and brother are clear
ing up 15 a roe ot land for K. W. An
J. Imbler has returned from The
Dalles, where be has been on business
and while there purcDaeea a nice driv
ing borse, which be needed very mucn.
w. Mo hols purchased a brand new
truck wagon but week. Will saya he
la just tired of these old high wheeled
wagons and beeidee be mast be up-to-
P. IL Martin bas gone op tbe coun
try abont 100 miles to purchase a span
ot work horses. Henry is quite a
Dr. Mills, with bis wife and grand
daughter, - were driving around tbe
country and Blade bait at Rockford
on Tuesday of last week.
C. M. Camn has purchased a Sue
foung black horse to take the' place of
be one which died. Dorse are pret
ty bigh just now. I am informed that
O. M. paid 1100 for tbe black gelding.
Rockford store got in a ear load of
fie hay. Camp, C rapper, Parker and
J. T. Barnettlid tbe hauling and did
it in good shape, so now you can get
your bay tt tbe Jtocklord.
Spring Suitings' are exceptionally pretty and prices
are very reasonable considering the quality.
A- beautiful line of Embroideries and Laces that con
tain real values.
Just arrived, a new lot of Nottingham Curtains in
White and Cream Patterns; they are very pretty
. at $4.00 and $4.50 per pair. Nottingham Lace
. for curtains by the yard as well as Curtain Scrim,
Hwiss and Fishnet at prices from 150. up.
Do not forget our Peerless Patterns. They are the Latest
and most improved, 5, 10 and 16 cents each.
i work and not impoHe oo people who
urn wArWino- fnr a Mvinar
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VJOUl kC fUiUUUU, UUH IH IU13 .fill. -. i I tl. . u 11
lights of llrowniug, Missouri, arrived j .T tut In, I ,h ? l " Ala?ka
i,rHnn,i pi ib.,i.,..,i..: . i..f would shut the door aud keep her
: r.r " I ", .. . .. ! weather at home-.
wi'ea. no jb Hi tuw present kupmi ui
A. W. King. He expects to go to
Portland iu a few days and atterwardH
visit varioiu points of interest iu Ore
gon. . .
P. II. Martin started on Tuesday of
last week for Crook county. lie
'phoned to bis family on Monday of
this week tbat tbe weather in Hint purt
of tbe oountry was intensely cold.
The entertainment given by the
Crapper ladies iu Booth's store in
Hood River,on last Saturduy wan not
withstanding the Etoriny weather a
giand auooess. The receipts from tbe
entertainment and ooncetiHions granted,
by Mr. Booth amounted to Over $15.
Mr. Booth has tbe tbaukBof tbe ladies
for his oourteHy'on tbat occasion.
News Will Out in Hoo l River.
Arthur Miller Helms was born iu
Rush county, lud., December 5, 1811
and died in Grant county in that
state, Feb. 2'2, 1900., aged 01 years,
two months and 17 days. Three broth
ers and two sinters have paused to
their rewards, while one brother living'
iu Nebraska and one sinter with whom'
be lived survive blm. Ilia grand
mother was a cousin to Oen. DeoiKC'
Washington. Swayzee, (Ind. ; Press.
So we have had living in our niitint
for several years a relative oi the father
of our country in the person of the
modest aud entreprlsing Albert C.
Helms of Crapper, wbo is a nephew of
tbe deceased. -
Winter lingers in tbe lap of spring.
Fred Chase visited old friends at
the planer Sunday.
Mrs. Forbes has been enjoying a
visit from her mother,. Mrs. Fuller.
Jim Hunter tore his hand on h rutty
nail last week and was laid up f r a
couple of days.
E. B. Doorman Is working at Me
Tho box social at Frnukton was quite
a success, tbe boxes sold well ami the
eutertaiument was enjoyed by all.
Menominee's saw mill darted work
Mr. Morton's sale Saturday was well
attended and things sold well. -Mrs.
Rowland aud little son Cecil
are visiting relatives at Mosier. :
Mr. Copple returned Sunday night
from Portland where he was with his
wife, who bas undergone an opera
tion for appendicitis. Her ninny
fiiends will be glad to know xlie is
getting along nicely and will be home
in short time.
Misses Uise Middloswart aud Edna
Root spent Saturday aud Sunday with
Mesdames Dickenson and Snider
are spending a couple of weeks at Col
lin's spring;. ,
They are putting in new Humes
along the line to Ureenpoiut.
A pair of "pilgrims of tbe loud"
stopped at Ruthton Inst eok and
wauted board aud .lodging, . tbe inau
represented himself as the enigueer at
Viento and said his wife hurt ber foot
on tbe track as tbey were walking from
Hood River. In tbe morning she was
not able to get up and kept ber bed
all day, In the atternoon the people
with whom they were staying, beard ,
of a man and woman who have been :
beating their way all along the line
and alter making inouiriea, found !
tey were being imposed upou by tbe
same pair. In spite of ber lame foot
the woman was able to walk to Hood
River and tbey .were successful in ;
beating some others out of money and ;
board. The man is strong and able!
bodied and should be compelled to ,
il.o storm of the first of the week
wad a complete surprise to residents
ue.e. j.ue oldest lubaultant says
ii was unprecedented lor so late iu
t,io season. Hardening bas received
hackset, but there will be plenty of
time yet for this important work. It
ma bad storm, but fruit is thought
iu ue i. ii ngiic.
j he entertainment given by -our
publio school last Friduy evening was
a great success in every way but finan
cially. . It was a ribbon social and 39
ribbous were sold at 50 cents per.
Ihree men gave 50 cents apiece but
rofneed the ribbon and the lunches,
Altogether $il was realized. Prionipal
isrowa was master ot ceremonies,
"The Civil War in Song and Story"
was first on tbe program in wbicb
about 20 of the older pupils took part,
A dialogue followed, entitled, "A soft
blick overcoat with velvet collar."
Then came tbe May pole, participated
in Dy. ii pupus. it was a pretty scene.
Recitations by smaller children.
"Dairy niaid drill," by 16 young lad
ies. Mong by little girl. Dialogue.
"An affection of the heart." Mother
Uoose, with little ones in costume.
the parts enacted were the parts of
"mttle iio Peep," "Old King Cole,"
"Queeu of Hearts," "Little Tommy
Tucker with Miss Mutfet," "Jack
and OilL" "Little old woman who
lived under the bill," "Tbe man who
went to London to boy himself a
wife.:' Solo by a little girl. Dia
logue, something about a pair of shoes.
Program closed with a gun drill, in
which 20 boys and girls took part
armed with 22 rifles. Tbey marched
to tho muisc of fife and drum. A full
house greeted the aotors and every one
was pleasd with the enteitainmeut.
Miss Edna Booimau. who has been
sick with tonsiiitis, is still under the
The friends and neighbors of Mr.
and Mrs. Mallaer aie glad to see them
home again, Mrs. Mallaer's health
is much improved.
Frank Caddy bas sold bis cows to
Bruno Franz and gone out of the
dairy business for the present. He
will put bis fields iu clover and alfalfa,
make additions to his barn and other
wise get ready for dairying in the fu
ture. Frank takes a deep interest in
the Orange. He bas joined the lodge
of that older, recently organized at
Krankton. lie was seen out in the
woods jut-t previous to tbe late storm
practicing the Orange salute, but the
rlieumatiz iu his right arm makes it
bard for him to give tbe right twist to
his elbow. While practicing he was
beard to sing something like this:
I'm bound to be a Granger, and with
toe u rangers stand.
iiib rraoKion urauge meets every
Saturday night following tbe full
moon. The lodge was tntsituted with
about 37 charter members, and its
members are determined to make it
the largest in membership of any lodge
iu mum niver vauey.
; lne extroae cold weather of the
pant tew days bas made it unpleasant
for teachers and pubils of the Frank-
ion scDool. it was dittloult to get
tiiflicieut beat from the furnace to
heat the building. The janitor was in
structed by the school board Tuesday
to stay in the basement and give bis
wboie time to firing op. Earl Noble,
janitor, obeyed instructions and for
the first time since tbe cold weather,
the bouse was well boated in every
room. Just before the noon reoesa
smoke was discovered coming up
through cracks in the floor in Miss
Eby's room. The beat from tbe fur-
naoe ignited the floor above. A few
buckets of water prevented a general
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
The ixwtoffliw laopeii dolly lietwwn 8 a. ni.
and 7 ... iii.jSuiicIhv In.m vl io 1 o'pliwk. Minis
for I lit' Kum close nt II v!0a. in., 8 10 p. m. him!
9 p. in.: for the West, at 2.30 p. m. mid 9 p. in.
The curriers on K. V. 1). routes No. I anil a
leave I he pototlce at 8.30 . m. Mall len ven
dor Ml. Hood, daily at 12 in.; arrives 10.S0
For Underwood, Wash., at. 13 m., Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays; arrives wunediivs
at II a. in.
Ko' Wlill Salmon, Wash., dally at 12 in.;
arrives at II a. m.
For Hood River, dally at a. m.; arrive at
Kor Iliismn, Trout Lake and Gulcr, Wash.,
dally at 7.30 a. m.; arrives 5 p. m.
For Oleiiwood, Fulda and Oilmer, Wash.,
dally at 7.30 a. ni.; arrives at It p. m.
For Pine Flat and Hnowden, Wash., at 1 p.
m. Tuesdays and Saturdays; arrives same
days at 12 m.
For Blngen, dally at 4.45 p. m.; arrives at
8.46 a. m.
O. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. Chicago Hneclal. 11:40 a. m.
No. 4, Hnokane Flyer, 8::V p. m.
No. , Mall and Express, 10:42 p. tn.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:15 p. m.
No. 22. Fast Freight, 4:06 s, m.
No. 1, Portland Special. 2:Sfl p. m.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, 5:33 a. m.
No. 5, Mall and Express, 4:42 a, m.
No. 23, Way Freight, a-jS a, m.
No. 56, Fast Freight. 1:05 p. m.
ad union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Throneh Pullman RLnnriarriR nnri tourist
sleeping cars dally to Omaha, Chicago, Spo
kane; tourist sleeping cars dally to Kansas
Oily, through Pullman tourist sleeping cur
(neraonsally conducted) weekly to Chicago.
Recllninar chAir raira iMAutji trt tn thA tfu.it
DIMM Tl"1 SCHEDULES ....
vartm Partial. Or. ""
Chicago salt U, Denver, (Otp-at.
rorHand Ft. Worth.Omaha,
Special Xanau city, St.
1:16 a. ak Louit,Chlcgoand
Atlantis Salt Uks, Denver, tiOta. ak
Expraaa Ft. Worth, Omaha,
:16 p la. Kanaaa City, 8L
Walla Walla, Lewia
Ft. Paul ton, Spokane.Wal- Till, m
. Faat Mail lac, Pal 1 m a n,
l:ip. aa. Mlnneapolla, 8t.
via Paul, Kuluth, Mil
vokan waukee, Chicago
" polnla. mnnertinr
wlHnteemorfo II net
nil North Pencil steam
er H amain, A.h street
dock (water per.)
FOR IHryiou, Oregon
City and Yamhill Rlv
er polnla. Ash etreet
dock (water per.)
:0:00 P. M
7:tt A. M
nK LKWI8TON,;4K A. M.
Idaho, and way point,! Monday,
from Rlparla, Wash. Wedn'd'y
too P. Al.
5:30 P. M.
t-nti P. M.
A. L. CRAIG,
General rawenger Agent. Portland. Or.
F. D. WOODBURY. Aient. Hood Ri nr.