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HOOD R1VEB, .GLACIER, THUKSDAY, MAY 31, 1006
' A Memorial DayStory
y OLIVE HARPER
BANDS Of music were hondlns
each detachment of Uil parado
which was arranged to' honor
the floldi: '-; who lay in .the lit
tle graTeyard ou tii" liill Just outside
Iho small town Li Viiy.l:'i:i VIictl' a
Itubborn battle was four:lit duriuj: tlio
Flags noddoTl -wirii tho h'iis of
lorses and floated cayly from every
carriage, flap) bedecked Uio houses
Llong the route, and tlas were ca riled
It the head of en eh column. Flass
were hold In the hands of nine bf every
tea of the fnieelntovn. But all these
were new flags, wiih bright red and
clean white stripes, uud thoso who car
ried them had never smelled powder.
Then came the veteran!!, thoso who
had fought In the civil war. 'oino were
feeble, somo half blind, soni with but
one arm, and throe walked with
crutches. A few wore medals, but the
rnoet of them wore tho simple, unob
trostre Orand Army button.
Their hats were old and faded, their
torments showed Ions nsnje, and their
ME PESSIMIST KISSED the precious bags.
set and wrinkled faces told tho story
of many years of anxlely and hardship
while trying to exist on their pensions.
The threo men who walked with
crutches kept besldo a man bearing an
old battletlng whoso tattered shreds
gave scarcely a hint of Its original col
or. They felt the old ardor burning In
their veins as they kept step with the
muslo In splto of their disability.
More than one man failed to keep
time regularly with his accustomed
grace as they saw thoso threo veterans
doggedly following that ragged em
blem through a mist, and their throats
ached as memory brought' back the day
when It had been fought over. captured
and retaken, but at what a cost! The
grewsomo heap of dead men dressed la
gray and blue that lay there showed
how desperate had been tho struggle.
And those three men on crutches were
all that lived out of . a whole company.
No persuasion could Induce tliem to
ride, so they plodded on behind the
blackened and grimy strings lioating
In tho wind, all that time, war and
bullets had left of their battlellag.
Finally tho procession reached the
cemetery and divided Into parties. The
flowers were distributed, and each one
placed a wreath, a bunch of blossoms
or a pot of bright geraniums at one or
more graves, while at every soldier's
grave two little flags were stuck: In the
ground. There were many of these
graves all la a, line, one beside tho oth
er. None had any sign or name to sig
nify who lay sleeping beneath the
green grass. They were "tho unknown
Young girls and young men and even
children appeared to feel somo kind
of sentiment of momentary solemnity
befltting the occasion, which, however,
soon wore off. Even the older men and
women, some of whom had sons lying
under tho sod, grow more cheerful,
and, their duty done, they sauntered off
to chat with otherB. '.
The three veterans, together with the
bearer of tho old battleflng. went to a
bench near tho long line of unknown
dead. They could see from there a
marble monument- gleaming ngalnst
the blue sky and standing on on emi
nence. This was swathed In large
flags, while flowers wero hung upon it
wherever they would hold.
"Do you see that monument?" asked
the pessimist veteran, chewing a blade
of withered grass as be designate.! the
"Not being blind, I do." replied the
optimist, lighting his pipe, ...with a
glance about to be sure that he would
offend no one.
"Tee, we see," said the third man,
"and what of it?"
"And you see those soldiers1 graves
down there, one nloiicMe of the other,
the fellows below all lying in a row
like so many matches in a box. no one
grander or 'bigger than the oil. its mid
all of them killed in battle:"
"Of coarse," said the optimist cheer
fully. "Yes; we see," snid the third man re
And their own fathers and mothers
don't know who they are," resumed
the pe iimlst.
..j . , replied the optimist.
4im, have to die sonv time,
end v .. .; rafters where we lie?"
"And theirs was,a glorlom death,
fighting for rtirtr-.V.mtry."'Kiid the
third man. waving his crutches 'en
thusiastically. . . , ' -i-
"Glory! Yes, that is j'.i.-t whet I m
coming to. You see t': i:vn that oil I
the fighting and v. ere-killed 'all'lt: 1.
along like so many l.ri.-kw ityiwtar
and nothing to ,,.w who tVy cre -r
what they did. I know t:-.;:t t very man
that lies iu that row was a hero and
died doing his duty, and yet they" get"
no monument4to?their memory, or, If
tier do. It is one big one for thousands
pf them, all bunched liko, beets in a
basket Look. at that monumfnrnp
tharjtotharfeneral of that br'xade!
See how It Is fixed up and how every
ono hurries off to admlro It! lie a
hero! lie had to have a derrick to get
on his horse so he could keep well out
of the firing line to give' orders, and bo
gets the monument, while the men who
did the fighting- and wou the day lie
hero like a hunch of toothpicks. . It
nakes me mad."
"Well, It Is all one to them where
they are," said the optimist, blowing a
cloud of smoke into tho air.
"There is no rank where they have
gone, and every man Is judged accord
ing to what he Tins done, not what
others nscrilw to him. See haw, tho
soldiers are remembered today," an
swered the third man.
"Yes, they come once a year and
stick a couple of five cent flags and a
pot of flowers ou their graves and for
get them tho rest of the year," said the
pessimist. "I kind of think Uncle Sam
is dozing when things go like this. I'd
never go to the war again, no mailer"
VOh. yes, you would; yes, you would!
Tho old flag is Just us dear as ever to
you, and so Is I ncle Sam, and you'd
shoulder your gun" said the optimist.
"And so would I," said the third
man, "and su would -we all. I don't
know that I have anytYing against the
general over tliciv. only well, I don't
know, but the men down here are all
right, and he well, if he can get any
real comfort out of his monument let
him have it.' It Isn't meat or drink."
"And maybe It Is a little heavy," said
tho optimist, knocking tho ashes out
of his pipe. "Let us be going. We
have a long tramp before us."
"Wo had a longer one In tho Wilder
ness," said tho pessimist. "Where's
that color bearer? Oh, Jimmy, ctmie
closer! We want to kiss that old flag
that we followed through fire and brim
stone that day."
Jimmy, gray of beard and bald of
head, took off his hat and bent the
pole down, and tho pessimist kissed the
precious rags, while two big tears sud
denly tilled- his eyes. The optimist
; smiled as he removed his empty pipe
from his mouth and kissed the flag,
while the third man knelt on his ono
knee and pressed It to his lips. A Ht
tlo scrap fluttered loose and fell from
tho rotting old flag, and the three men,
Including the pessimist, divided It
among them and laid the fragments
next their hearts, and then the bugle
Hel'ere mid Al'u r.
Ait eastern editor remarked as fol
lows: "When a girl is lin-t engaged
she ligures on a ten room house. As
time goes on the hent-e gradually di
minish sin size until it is a four rotm
:iii,,.uio. lliiu Blithe fancy uin.
ii,ii..f ire taken oil find next the
hoii.-e is l Ti.h d in a remote put of
loun. ' I- in. il.. v. In n thb wcading
ccnici- it n- unnoiimed tlmt the
cout lov. lil reside with the bride's
iriire i;- I. en lo (lvii to the-ptllilli' Mid all
.1. . i. is in K...nt.-' i but t tie w-tiite ol k.tbn J.
I n. I., r ni in t in- r'ohible foraiiy IiiiU-u
en i.e.-!- iiH-until, nr In- liable cm miy i-oniriu-t
made by unit with miy ihtmius ollii-rthun th
H.liniili'l i nter, .1. I' l'l'io y, "! H persons
(ilhi'rwtM- conluii-liiiK "I' fiirnlshlnn troiii!,
Mines oi HO H lmlUle Win Hi Mini mu
ttsk. I'l'Hiy, YciininiMittn'i.-.
. NOTK'K I OU 1TI5I.ICATION
t'nlted suites LhiicI utlti'd, Tue Duties, Are
xoii, Mai en 1 . lull. NiKH-e is bei-ehy tjlvli
lb. II III eell.fllii! .e Willi Ibe . OVISlOlU of till'
A 1 ol Citi-;ies ol June li, is, ft, entitled "An
A. II. l II. e .-...I el I I. lib. r I.U II U 111 I tie Mil I ('so!
i.i i ..i !.!-, ' 'i ton, .N. una, ii il. I Washington
I n i it. it v. ' i.s e M. n vie. i lii ail i lie ill b III! biuu
-l.il.-- t i.et el Aiuusi 4, istc, tbo I'oltoM'iiit:
naiii-.'il i liitv..li Ibis day blt-il.ll tills
oil It" 111. il ' ill SMi. 111. Ills, b II :
Jul..-. A. 1.1 Ail "Kb,
ill l'oill.ui.l. i .iiii.tj ill .Miitin.iiii.il, Kliite ol
liM li.-ll, SM1IHI sl.iH-ltH'lll No. L'SiJ, lor llle itlir-i-iiiisc
ol I lie . ij M 1 4I un J Lot tl, m-flKUl 8.",
L.iu nsbiji'': inn 1 1., 1'iiiiv.r il east, anil Lots atiti
;i seeiioti L Ium ii.-inj i noiili, riiiine a cm.1,
U . .M .
I'AlltU K HART,
ol I'.il l lamt. cnuiily ol Miilliioillali, slate ol
(lii-AOII, -MOIH Slllll'lll. Ill NO. ;SlH. Hll' tbH lill-
i-!;.isl- oi Hie .-' NSV'i4, .N 'A -4 M (-4 anil l.ol
t, -e. li.m .i;i, Lew usliiii - noun, rai.Ki' il ca-i,
A.M. - - '
Tlmt l!ie w ill oHt prbofs to show that t lie
tenU soiiiilU is nunc Valuable lor the limber
..i si.nn nureou ihiiit lnr ugrieti, until imr-
J...-.-S. iibil l" I siitbllsll tbeir i-lmllls lo said
land, lu ioi i- me Hi'trisler aliii Ri-ceivcr at Hie
l.i ll.V Ulliee In 'lr lluUeu, UU'iion, ou May o,
1 iii i.aiuc Uio folloM'iiiu wllnesses : John
A. l.t'iinioi'l. i'.i nek Uan, and Louts it.
. ani.bell. oi I'.ii'llniul, ureaon ; C. L. Morse
H1 SSIllium K. Rand, ol Heed River,
Any and all persons eliilintng adversely n.uy
ul 1. it aiioe .1. seilbt'il lands aid reijuestd to
II ir H11 ir eia 01 is ni tins oilier on or belore the
said .'Mil day oi May, l!J"i.
IliV'.'-llil.l -Ml' HAl-.l, 1. NOLAN, Register.
Notice to Contractors.
N.itiei.' i- In I' by (jiVL'ii tlial Hie board ol
ami i.us ol me Moo. River IirlKiulon Dls
1 1 K-l , 111 Wa.-eo eouilty, dr., M ill receive bids
mi ii.t- .-.iiisi.rin-li.nl ol a lateral ditch lor said
distl let, lo be i-.mstiucle.i ill aec'OI dall.e Willi
Hie i.li.lis unci s.-eirti-allons therioL Healed
m.is I'-i sih-Ii wdlk Will e received HI Ille
,.U lie board at tbe residence til J. IL
lui.K. i .11 snid district, until Thursday,
June II r.i., ill I lie hour of -J o'clock, p. in.
li a win lie nnn.il lot' sections ol ma less
Hi- n 1, pe li-iii'niile, or lor U. e whole aniounl.
The we'd di.'vii being a laU-'ial, uiuuiiuiciug
,u ici.:i In hi ditch, near IhcT. W. Colbreatb
I iu. . 1. tin; tun-ill 10 1'. A. Hiekies
1 ,-. : in, 1. iv 11. .rlh east lo Ibe Heo. Rordeu
NO MAN 15 STRONGER THAN
HIS STOMACH. '
Let the greatest athlete have dyspepsia
nd his muscles would soon fail. Physi
cal strength is derived from food. If t
man has instiflicient food be loses strength.
If lie lias no food Ue dies Food Is con
verted Into nutmnon tlijMitRli the stom
ach and bow els. It dcK'nds on the
strength tif- the suinutrh to what extent
food, eaten is digested and assimilated,
l'eople can die of starvation who hav
abundant focal to eat. w hen the stomach
and its associate organs of digestion and
nutrition do not perform their duty.
Thus the stomach Is really the vital or
gtinof the body. If thestcimaeh ls"weak'
tlie body will Ihi weak also, lieeause it Is
uixin the stomach the body relies for Its
strength. And as the body, considered a!
a whole, is niude up of its several mem
bers and organs, so the weakness of the
body as a consequence of "weak" stom
ach will lie distributed among the or
gans which eoniaise the licaly. If tin
body is weak because it is ill-nourished
that physical weakness will lie found in
all the organs heart, liver, kidneys, etc.
The liver will tie torpid and Inactive,
giving rise to biliousness, loss of appetite,
weak nerves, feeble or irreuular action of
heart, palpitation, dizziness, headache,
backache and kindred disturbances and
Mr. louts Tare, of Quetwe. writes: "For
years after my health tn-iran to fail, my head
arew dtxy. eyes naineil rue. and tny stomach
wns sore all the time, while everythiii.' 1
would cat Mould soeiii to lie heavy like lead
on my stomach. The doctors clatoned that
It was sympathetic trouble due to ctysiaipHia.
antt prescriU'd for inc. and although 1 took
Ihetr powders regularly vet I fell nola'tMT.
"My wife advised me lotry Jlr. Pierce's (ioldun
Medical Iiiseovcry-and slop taking the doc
tor's mediHne. She hongt-t me a tiottte aud
we soon found that 1 began toinmrove. ao I
kepi up iho tn'atuient. J took on flesh, my
stomach became normal, the dlgtutlve organs
worked is-rfectly and 1 soon besan to look
like a different person. I can never cease to
be grateful for what your medicine has done
for me and 1 certainly give It highest praise."
Don't be w heedled Iiv a oeniiv-Krabbiiig
dealer into taking Inferior substitutes for
Dr. Pierce's medicines, recommended to
be "Inst as ffood ."
To Eiiin knowledge of vourown body-
in sickness and health send for the Peo
ple's Common Sense Medical Adviser. A
book of Kios pages. Send 21 one-cent
stainns for na iicr-eovcred. or 31 stump?
for cloth-bound copy. Address Ir. li. V.
Pierce, tm Main street, liutlalo, IN. i.
Two big sail boats, two
big perfectly wife r!i.solinp
launclies and two big ferry
scows. Expert sailors in
charge Boats leave at all
hours.. DE.VN & PEARSON
Stomach iroulil. s.
Mrs Sue Martin, an old and liiiihly
respect ed resident of Fiiieoiiia, Miss ,
was sick with stomach tiouiue tor more
than six months. Cliatnbt-i lain s Stoni
acli and ljver Tablets cured her. She
sa.n: "I can now cut anything I want
and am the ri udci-t woman in tin
world to Unit mh'Ii h (toocl niecl fitie.
For sale by Keir & Cass. Samples free
Nature's Wondrous Handiwork
Wood J'or Rale
All Kinds rJ oTest
Prompt delivery, phone. Murray KJ.
Through Utah and Colorado
Castletlato, ('anon ot tlie Grand,
Hlnek Catnni, Marshnll and Ten-nei-sje
.PnHx-s, and the World
Famous Koyal (iorge.
Fordeacriptlve and tlliiKlTated pamph
lti. write to
W. C. McBRIDE, General Agent
124 Third mreet, . POKTLAKD, OB.
Aiiiiul unit It pail in e of Mails.
HOOD RIVER. .
Tlie pimtnlflce Isnpen dally between 8 ft. ni.
ami 7 . in ; sunUay Iroe-12 tol o'clock. Matin
for Hie Kiiki e'ose lit II. A i. in., 8. Ill p. m. and
9 p in.: for Hie West, at 2.110 p. m. and p. in.
J he currier1- on it. K. 11. rollU.s No. 1 and 2
leine (lie I'Dstoftice at S.ItU ft. in. Mittl leaves
For Ml. iliioil, daily at 12 in.; arrives 10.120
Kor Underwood, Wash., daily "except Sun
day, at 12 in., arrive at II a. in.
Ki' White Salmon, Waali., daily at 12 m.;
arrivert tit 11 a. m.
For Hood Klver, dally at 9 in.; arrives at
2 p. ni.
Kor II tecum, Trout bake and Outer, Wash.,
italic ai T.Ala, in.; arrive 5 p. in.
K-ir (ileiiwDod, Kulda and Ullnier, Wah
dally at 3.;Wa. m.; arrives at ft p. ni.
Kor Pine Flat and Hnowden, Waah., at 1 p.
in. Tuesday uud baturdays; arrives name
days at 12 in.
Kor HniKcn, dally at 4.45 p. ru.; arrive at
' in . -1 ! -' Hcriiniin.uieci ty aeeitillul
I, .... r. i.i ..I tee i-tii 'iilil ot Hie
'. . i... t ' m i to iu . 'li.u li-'i.iO reservei.
,l ,.. v i el. imv mill ail bicls. I'iain,
. ,, i .,i , . liiii'v !) J.lo.'lll.d tiy upilj
, '. .... .-i .-,! ' i.i v. : it- Mil" maker,
...1 in ,io..d Kiver, Or., tins .ill ui ol
j..,., IlilO JM '
ti.e t iiciil i cunt of tlie state of Oregon
"i i..!..'.'.'i'ie iiil:ii'-, pli.iniilf
A .:.:i I lil!N.lc. lii fendwllt.
t ...i i.i. i-i "-: In ti c-iiaioeof Hi
.1- . li nr. I .-! .-to i-omnii'liileil
,ti .:.l v. cl.l.llnl .I'll 1 1 i.ml C;.ll-i-oil
i.tlf il-iv lue 21l uli- i'l June, ni,
.... i . .,Mi.l,iihi tiled against wiu
nit ion 1 cuiiseiind lor waul ui ui li
r il c i ui.niilt will apply to tin- conn
..li-l ill mall. le.l Hi uie wiint'iHiin,
Koi'ii dccriedlMOlvillK- the i unila m
,i v lelwiH'il piainiiir and lieu ndant.
. a-, i ,, i.ie diMili e to tl . ph.mllir.
n i.iibl.ii'il o- inili r o.
,.w, ll.lle o; tlie ao.,veen.
:i . tl i.lcrc d mi the lliti day
i.uijitc-iiiio . .....- mill, i'M.
.lay 11. I'ploii,
At orue lor piaiutlll.
FOPEST GROVE, OREGON.
A HIGH-GRACE COLLEGE WITH
Beautifully l-.eate.i tv.xn'y-six miles
from roi". drd ;
Full Teirular colle-.-e courses.
Acadomv (jives HtroriK preparatory and
Hurh Sc!i'-.l course.
Conservatorv f K.r'.e and School of
Art. y.-'.U: ru, t.- or iribtructora.
Rnsine.ss tirar.ov .jj tuaht.
Gymnasium a;.i 1 ..id Athletics under
a Fhy.vc i! D't-c-ctor.
i Well-equ'i i ' 1.:. ; uforiea.
I Library oi-i-l.' ' "iumcs.
! Healthful '-: '''" -e'ioits influences.
'. All stuilc Tl i . ... a-'tive.
THE SCHor ' r NDS FOR THE
yjfSite fcr c 'Talogue
O. U. & N. TIME TABLE,
2, t liirat'o Hneclal, ll:4ft a. m.
4, Spokane Flyer, 8:it5 p. in.
a, Mn 1 1 and Kxpress, 10:42 p. m.
K, lti::tt a m. No mull.
24, Way Freight, 12:15 p. m.
CI. Fast Freight, 4:Uj a. in.
1, Portland Hiieclal, S:M p. in.
'A, l-'orllftnd K Iyer, 6:;i.'t a. in.
5, Mail and F'.xpress, 4:42 a. m.
7, :t:4i) p. m. No mail.
23, Way Freight, :2o a. in.
6fi, Fast Freight, 1.-06 p. in.
Union rieiait Leave. Arrive.
Chleaga-Portland Hpectal for
the Kast via Hiiiittiigton.diilly 9:30 am 5:00 pin
Spokane Flyer for Kastern
v asiiiugton, wnna vvaiia,
Ijewlaion, t 'oeur d' Alene and
llrent Northern polnt, datlv fi:15 pin 8:00 am
AiianiicKX press lor t lie r.ast
via tliiiiniiKton, daily 8:l."i pin 'Maum
I'orl land tllio.s local, l..i nil
points helueen lllggs and
Portland, daily mil 6:00 pin
Best line of Cigars in
Also handle line of
Pipes, Tobaccos and
Wood consumers will find it to their advantage to
call on us. Have on hand
1500 Cords of Dry Slab Wood
Prices have not been advanced.
Oregon Lumber Co.
Hood River, Oregon.
Wall Paper Co.
Have added a coniilote line of PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH
ES and BRUSHES.
HEATH & MILL1GAN MIXED PAINTS.
Our stock of paper includes Intent designs in Illanks, Gilts
and high Grades, From 10c up. A full stock of room
molding', Picture rail, Plate rail and a small line of
novelties in Framed Pictures. CA LCI MO, the
latest thing in room tinting, mixed to order.
Painting, Pnper hanging, Sign work etc.
Phone G71. -;. First and Oak Streets.
THE DALLES NURSERIES
It. II. WK.HK It, Prop.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
(IKOWKlt AMI DKA1.KK IN
ORNAMENTAL SMALL FRUITS
Evergreens, Rosea and Shrubbery.
Remember, Our Trees are Grown Strictly Without Irrigation.
Houses and Lots
and union Pacific
3 Trains to the East Daily
Tlmimrh I'n'lman iMnnrturrta anrl tonrlal
.Wplr-f in ilnlly lo Omaha. 'titaffo, MK
Verte: IniirKt hIki-p'tiit rara rlutly to Kanwta
nty; 1lir..it'i l,ull:r..'n timrlvt Nlif'plliK 'ar
''toih tllv rornl'icli d) wii kly lo ChiiraKO.
nocl'nlru chnlr care (i-eala free) to the tat
ai" I". M.or'KI P. M
Ai l-lit ' Mi'f'lit
Miiulay, ' Huuday.
ItMXI P. M.i
riiK AnlOttlA all'l
wuy (Kill t". pi'iittwlin
Willi SUM... . i.i.
alia Nut Hi Ileal' li Mau,
er Hawaii), A all at reel
dock tulT jar.)
FOR llHVUin, oreifim
l lty and Vamlilll Kiv
e.r poillla. Ash atrel
dock (water per.)
FIH LEW IHTON, 6:40 A. M.;IK P. M
;:30 P. M
Idaho, and way uolnla.l Dally
from Kluarta, W ah. I exruiil
ofkici liol BS
Proiuiit UnriHe H ft. iii. to 12 nin: 1 to 5 p.
id. Nu freight received or delivered after i
Pamteneer Depot Houm for delivery of ei
pretui and baggaye win twia. in. tin o p. 111
A. L. CRAIG,
Oeueral Paaaenger Agent, Portland, Or.
W. H. BOYLE, Agent, Hood River.
McCORMIGK AND DEER1NG
-D FA LEU IN-
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Majestic & Mesaba Ranges
and Stiletto Cutlery.
HOOD 1UVEH HEIGHTS,
a T. RAWBON.
F. H. BTAMTUM
HOOD RIVER NURSERY.
Stock Grown on Full Roots.
We desire to let our friends, and patrons know
that for the fall planting we will have and can sup
ply in any number
Cherry, Pea r,Aprlcot; Pench& Plum Trees.
GRAPES, CURRANTS, BERRY PLANTS,
Shade and Ornamental Trees.
Also, all the standard varieties, of apple trees. Can
' supply the trade with plenty, of Newtown, Bpitcea
berg and Jonathan apple trees.
RAWSON & STANTON, , Hood River. Or.
Cheap for Cash or on
your own terms.
Now is the Time to Buy.
Phone Farmers 1233.
H. C. COE
JACKSON & JACKSON,
Dealer in General Merchandise
and Lumbermen's Supplies,
Railroad Ties, Cordwood, Lumber and Cedar Posts
Kroo Delivery. Phono Ml
HOOD RIVER, OR.
..Mount Hood Store...
W. S. GRIBBLE, Proprietor.
Dry Goodn Ammunition Roots and Shoes
I Iiinlwure G ranitewaro
Hay Grain Flour Feed Full line of Groceries
NEW SPRING STYLES
LWffi 50c, 60c. 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Men's JESS" 50c.
Mount Hood Brand
A L. CARMICHAEL
UOOD RIVER HEIGHTS
HOOD RIVER TRANSFER
& LIVERY CO.
TICLET OFFICE FOR THE REGULATOR LINE OF STEAMERS.
Hauling, Draying, Baggage Transferred, First
Class Livery Turnouts Always Ready.
We have just received a car load of
Direct from the factory. We are Helling it at wholesale
prioen. We cm ii save you money. Also have a full line of
fittings and the largest stock of garden hose in the city.
NORTON & SMITH
A First-Class House
Moderate Rates Good Service
Farmer's Dinner 25 cts
P. F. FOUTS,
Hood River Prop.