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HOODHRIVEB GLACIER, VrHUItSD AY,' MAY 31, 1900
CbeG- H- R-Button
Its Silent Sermon to the
Warrior of Tomorrow.
ATHER, behold thai aged man
'Who seems so thin and wan.
If life be measured by a span,
Then his is nearly gone.
That means the button on his breast
Which he still wears with pride ?"
My child, it speaks of Round Top s crest)
Of Shiloh's battle tide.
It seems to speak of stubborn fight,
Bivouac and picket lone,
Then in the watches of the night
Te heard the nation's moan.
"It seems to tell of dire retreat
In winter's mud and rain,
Of grim advance in summer's beat
To seek the battle plain.
"WIIAT MEANS THH MJTTON ON HIS
"It means that in his day of youth
That old gray man was true,
Arid in the cause of Cod and truth
He wore the nation's blue.
"With steadfast soul that naught could tama
At Gettysburg he stood,
Or faced the charge's front of flame
In Chickamauga's wood.
"Before his weapon's deadly might-
Oppression ceased to be
He crushed secession in the fight
And saved our liberty."
Oh, comrades, clasp your hands around"
To each we will be true '
Till the last two are under ground
, Oi all who wore the blue.
Ohio State Journal.
A Vicious Lnmbklu.
"Returning from a IniHy recouuols
Baneo," Miys a veteran olllcer, "I wan
about to Join my brother olUucrs ot the
questionable feust known us 'MeClel
lun plo' a bit of salt juuk between
two Iron biscuits. At this moment my
nostrils wero assailed by an odor that
mado my mouth water. Sternly re
pressing a barbaric tendency whleli I
felt was mastering me, I summoned to
my tent the soldier who appeared to bo
a ringleader In the business of roust
ing a lamb whole before a largo lire of
stolen feuco rails.
" 'Where did you get that hind)?' 1
demanded In tones ns hoarso as my
youthful throat could manage.
' 'Near tlio outpost picket, sir.
" 'Don't you know that general orders
"'1'CB, sir,' replied my abashed cul
prit, 'but then you see, sir, I couldn't
" 'What do you mean?' I demanded
still nioro sternly. Tlio soldier a hand
some young fellow looked tip with III
concealed mirth, mingled with depreca
tion, nnd then replied:
"'The lamb bit me, sir, uud I killed
It In self defense!' "Atlanta Constltu-tutlon.
Til l'rlvatn'a Trlde.
Tho lato General Joo Wheeler," said
a Boutlieruer, "was one of the bravest
mon who ever lived. Ho was wounded
three times during tho civil war and
sixteen horses were nbot dead under
"Yet It vvas not his military but his
literary achievements that ho took
most prldo In. llo knew this was fool
ish, but lio could not help It. lie mild
once to nic, apologetically, that he was
not the only man whose pride was mis
placed. "Ho Bald that In u certain engage
ment in his youth he once heard a prl
vato swearing and cursing most fright
"Llouteuaut Wheeler, as ho was then,
went up to tlio private and said sternly :
" 'Where did you lenrn to swear like
"The private, at the Ucstlou, smiled
"'To cnn't learn It,' ho answered;
'lfB a gift.' "Exchange.
Statement No. 1 Jio Joke.
The democratic candidates for the
legislature iq UuintiUu county have
signed statement No. 1 without equi
vocation or evasion. Kvery one of
thorn has pledged hinicelf to vote lor
the people's choice fur Un.tcd States
senator at the coming session of the
legislature, regardle,s of personal
If Jonathan Ilonrrie is elected by
the people every dumocrut elected to
the legislature from Umatilla county
will vote foi him for the United States
The pledge taken by the drnoorats
has no string to it. They did not
sign it with the understanding that
it meant the vote at tlio pnu ary elec
tion, nor that it meant the candidate
having the highest democratic vote
for senator, but without renorve and
without mincing their words every
democratic candidate i-igned the
pledge and will live up to its provi
With the exception of 0. A. Harreit,
the republican candidate bine failed
to grant the people the privilege of se
lecting the United States cenntor. The
other candidates of this pmty reserve
the right to deadlock the lejiii .ture
and throw the state into the pi rennial
confusion and disorder if tl a "peo
ple's choice" dr es not happen to mit
This is the on.i overshadow iiit iusue
in this campaign, It means that the
people Are supreme or the political
psrty ' nipretno. It n;ran tlwit pop
ular government shall triumph or that
boas rule shall continue to prostitute
the state of Oregon, despite her past
experience - I'"" I Oregonlan.
I'ohI master liiililir.l.
!. VV. Koiits, piisttii 'ster lit lliveiion,
la., nearly but Ids ;fe and w s tolilsd
of till eonilort, Hii'ord'iig to bis letter,
which says : I'or M years I nan
chronic II cr ciilnpliilnt, v 1 1 it'll led to
a severe emu of jaundice that even my
miter nails turned yellow, when my
doctor prescribed Kl clric Hitters, which
cured toe and ha v.? kept mo well for
eleven eiirs." Hure cute for billlous
ni ss, iieuraliiiH, weakness nnd all stom
ach, liver, kidney and bladder derange
ments. A wonderful tonic. At Uias.
N. Clarke's drug store. 60 cents.
Desecrating Indian (Ji aves.
As is well known there is an old In
dian burying ground on Alder creek,
about 18 miles south east of here.
Complaints are being made that par
ties have been digging into some of
the giaves there and that the bones
are scattered on the hillside. It is
said that the Indians are becoming
very hostile on account ot it and it
may be reported to the government.
A cure mav be effected bv applying
Chamberlain's Halve as soon as the
child is done nursimr. Wipe it off with
a soft cloth before allowing the child to
nurse. Many trained nurses use this
salve with the best results. Price 25
cents per box. Sold by Keir t Cass.
A War llellr.
"Any story connected with thnt hol
low tree trunk In your hull?" asked
"Tes; that's a war relic," answered
Undo flnrabbas Brlggs. "I occupied
that tree during the battle of Hemlock
Creek." Los Angeles Times,
It is possili e to obtain relief from
chronic indigestion and dyspepsia by
the use of KOPOl. 1 OK DYSI'KI'SIA.
Some of the most hopeless cases of long
ptauding have yielded to it. It enables
yon to digest tlio food you eat and ex
ercises a corrective influence, building
up theellieiencv of the digestive organs.
The stomach is the boiler wherein the
xteam is made that keeps up your vital
ity, health and strength. Koilol di
gests what you eat. Makes the stomach
sweet puts the boiler in condition to
do the work nature demands i lit gives
you relief from digestive disorders, anil
puts von in shape to do your best, and
feel.your best. Sold by Williams' 1'har
Vt't snow from inr
Aaallnga with omr
3, Tee dnlrjnwn In lli
t'tclflo Notthwaat aud
from our own
tirtelico In Hf
Hit 11. 8.
tho beat anil
m.i.1 tii'iiclliMil inarittir
uaa. It la inl) wall-mxta ulwa of nurMn'tjr
that It will luil a lltnllnio, alTlnf rit'f Oar
the anli'krst, Minl.at arvloa. It la tha but
Vulna fur tbt iimmiy anil wa guarantta It our.
alTa, In iillllluil to Urn rnaranlca of tha
facturf. a To show our eontttlfiiea In thla
auparulor wf will alilp ym 0110 on tan daya'
fraa trial. Thin It It don't im.?a aa raraaantrd
Uw bfat anil moat iprmtl'ail for T"t own uaa,
vou may ruturu It at our iiama.
;tailwo.Kl to.ln r ilncl wlili I la fnarantaa
bchlnil thouaanila of t). B. 8iaratora, and thrra
baa ami l'fii a day whan wa haa rafralti'l
bavins (iiarantenl Ibla fin" aaliarator. W a
ara tliorouiilily ami iraotlrally familiar with
tha adyanlailaa and dlaadfantaftfa of ayary
aaarator on tin. tiini-ki-t and wo art handltns
tba II. B. Saimrnlor bi-cauaa wa know It to
b tlio boat Ibara la. '
SKIMS CI. KAN I ST In addition, tha V. B.
Baiiarat.ir aklma tlia nil Ik clnanar than doaa
any olher mai'hliia. Tbla baa been demon
alratrd ovi-r ami mar ttulu. Tha world'a record
for clean aklnuiiliin hua been bald by tba U.
S. Itund Beparalor tor many yeara. No otter
band aoiiarator lma lit'rn able to aQuat tha
record made Are yaara a(r at the Pen-Amerl.
can Raiioaltlun. and jot thla record waa towered
by the tl. S. Sni'iinitor In the oftlolal teat at
Hie lwta and Chirk fair laat year.
It will outwear any other aaliarator, It H
more euty and eliimla to ojierala. It la Saattat
to keep clean and It wilt keep rlfht o year
after year dotne. lit dally work, flilnf pertoof
I'AYH FOR ITSKI.r-Tba TJ. I. Sepaiatnf
will pay for Itarlt In one year In eitra eraem
auvid oyer what could ba iklmmad In tpa eld
faahloned way. K yon don't bailey It tak
i,,lnnl.it of our free trial after and make the.
loat rlalit on your own farm. Sklra la beta war
and f.ura out the roault In foot ow ara.1
Von win find the aenarator will par foe Iteall
We aoll It od aaey tarma
In a year
nt tli a
W rite today for catahejua and fnl
ti...,on thla naoar. UAZSLwOi
L -1J . x . A A
roao In parmeut, ao you need Doi a(
cent for tlie aeparaavr, d tl th tod
year the machine will all be paid for. I
DESK FANS-BRACKET FANS
All styles for ollicea, stores, restau
rants strong breey.es at little cost
l.el us have your tan order early.
San I'laneisco stock destroyed and
sliipmeu's must come from St. Louis
Hood River Electric Light,
Power & Water Co.
CtaMTle a Light Crop. 1
The deadly work of Jack Frost dur
ing the month of March Is very much
in evidence in tba cherry orchards,
where, in some Instances, tha fruit,
half formed, continues to fall. From
Commissioner Weber it is learned
that the yield will be but thirty-live
per cent, due to the fact that thia
fruit was much further advanced when
the frost came than other fruits.
It Is, however, the opinion of the
commissioner that peaches will not be
so heavy as waa at ilrsc expected,, per
baps but fifty per cent.
All other fruits will be a full crop,
especially apricots. It has, in the
past, been generally oonceded that
apricots were a tender fruit, not able
to withstand the cold weather. Ex
perience is teaching that, on the con
trary, they are hardier than peaches,
and this year Is proving it more con
clusively. Approaching any of the
orohards containing apricots it is no
ticed that these trees are the stal tart
ones and are in evidence before auy
of the others are seen.
The present cool weatbei Is ideal for
fruit raising, allowing it to develop
perfectly. No discouraging reports
are coming in from interior points
and the crop promises to be very
Apples will be a fine crop, and no
section of the country is better suited
to apple raising than is that tiibutary
to The Dalles, if growers will heed
rules, the observance of whloh makes
for perfect fruit. Mr. Weber is of the
opiuiua that better Yellow Newtown
Pippins oannot be raised anywhere
on the coast than within a fadlus of
ten or fifteen miles of The Dalles. All
they need Is proper care. It is with
much satisfaction that he observe
growers are spraying more generally
and is positive tho effect will be pro
nounced in this year's crop.-Chronicle.
Have Vim Dyspepsia, Indigestion?
if today you suffer from impaired di
gestion, sluggish liver or impure blood,
and you were told of s preparation which
wouid cure yon at small cot, would you
try the remedy? There is a medicine
(iieen's August Flower. Go to your
d.uggist'n and buy a test bottle for 25
cents, or the regular sir.e for 75 cents. If
V u have used all other dyspepsia reme
dies without satisfaction, or if you have
never used any preparation for these dis
t resi-l ng affections ; if you have headache,
biliousness, loss of appetite, sleepless-ne.-s,
nervousness, or any disorder of the
stomach or liver, cure yourself quickly
by using the infallible August i lower.
It is not an alcoholic stimulant, bin
quite harmless for general use. (jet u
copy of Ureen's Trine Almanao
For sale by Emporium. Twenty acres
on Methodist lane, four milea soutbwenl
from Hood Hi er, smail house, some
laud cleared. Only $2000.
For a long t uu of years, south bal
of Block 8, Purkhurst, and three acres
east of i'arkhurst. W. J. Baker & Co.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
We can offc the following properties
for sale cheap for a short time only:
liootl residence property close to bus-ii.et-H
Six IoIb and large residence on the
Two lots and fine two-etory residence
with grand view.
Small residence on large lot, very
Good residence property in the upper
Ixit 50x150 ami good U-room house.
Good acreage property within city
Several nice tittle farms near town.
Good apple land forsaie on reasonable
Onthank il Otten
Midway Chop House
lioun HIV KM, OHF.tiOX
S! aiiicra leue I'or! la ml arid The Dalles
daily, except Hunday, at 7 o'clock a. in.,
calling at Hood ,ltier, eastbound, at
about 4 p. in.; westbound at about
S :;!(), p. in. Direct connection at I.yle
with the ('. I!. & N. Railway to and from
Goldendale anil Klickitat valley points.
For any further information address
any audit of the company or
M TAUIOT, V. V. AG. M.,
DAVIDSON FRUIT COMPANY
DELIVERY DAYS i Mondays, Wednesdays
and Friday Mornings and Saturday
Order Direct from Factory
Phono Main 71.
U. S. Commissioner Notary Public
GEO. T. PRATHER
The Oldest Insurance and
Real Estate Agent in town
Insurance Loans Abstracting
Hood River, Oregon
WALTON & THORNTON, Proprietors
Good Rooming House e
ICverv tiling First (lass nnd
L. M. WILSON
PINE GROVE, ORE.
KLOUR, FEED, GROCERIES,
WORK SHIRTS, OVERALLS,
NOTIONS, CIOARS. TOBACCO
DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES
MY GOODS ARE RIGHT,
MY PRICES ARE KIUUT
150 pairs Men's trousers, regular $2.00 values,
choice while they last, per pair, - ... -
rtCC flffi& We also offer a line of dress goods, consisting of Albatross, .
1lCSS VJUUUo Mphair and Henriettas, regular 50o and GOe values, ut UU
Goods will move rapidly at these prices, and it is advisable to come
soon while there is a good stock from which to make your selection
Bankrupt Sale BLOWERS' BROS.,
THE STORE THAT SAVI 'YQU.MQJNEY ,
it . i.: . ' . '. ' ' i . . v . ... . .
CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE IN
l. I ,T'-
Ri vcrvicw Park and IdlcwiWe Additions;
Easy Grades, Fine View and Good Water
ALSO MANUFACTURING SITES FRONTING ON 6 R.
& N. TRACK WITH DEVELOPED WATER POWER
Cheap lots for building Small Houses near Flour Mill
: J FRUIT LAND FOR SALE IN TRACTS TO SUIT
HOOD RIVER DEVELOPMENT CO.
Office next to Wauconiii Hot jl
Square Deal Store
"Honest Goods and Square
. . Deal for Every flan"
"'IS MY MOTTO
I carry a full line of Groceries, Flour and Feed and our
prices are right.,.; The best tools that money can buy" are
none too good for Hood River orchards, and I am in a
. position to supply you
Mitchell Wagons and Buggies a Specialty
Acme Harrows, Disc and Peg-Tooth Harrows,
Chilled and Steel Plows, Planet
Jr. Cultivators, and Seeders, -
Meyers Spray Pumps and the Best 7-Ply Hose
in the Maiket.
De Level Cream Separators, Guns,
Amunition and Fishing Tackle
JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD STUMPING POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE
100,000 BRICK IN LOTS TO SUIT
Youra for Buniness
3rd and River Street.
Hood River, Ore.
1000 acres select apple hind, best location in
Hood River Valley; Miinll prices on 5, 10 or 40
acre tracts by owner. IUi.v where you can real
ize advancing values on your improvements.
Lots in Winans City are profitable investments.
You can reach this place by rail.
Hood River, Wasco county, Oregon
F. S. STANLEY, Tres.
E. L. SMITH, Vice-Free."
E. O. BLANCH A R, Cashier
V. ('. BKOCK, Att. CaMiier
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER
Capital and Surplus $30,000.00
We offer you the facilities of a well managed and
well equipped banfc. The interests of patrons receive
our careful attention.
$ IE I'll iswJl' W?!
This Bank free
In llif B Hik of Provrrbi we find tliii inlv ;
'' Tiu'ii up a cliil'l In the wy he nhoul l go,
i l lirii he in nlil he will not depart from
ii." The Hilvic (if. King Solotnoil may cer
tainly be applisd to tha boy or girt who, by
meaiiH xf, a llome Recording Safe receivai,
durlnit his minority, practical leaiont in thrift
and ravinge. One of our HonneSavingt Banka
which yon can have FREE upon opening an
account with one dollar or more, if ill Tour
noine, is a conaiani appealing euucaior, ieacn
ing the habit of saving silently, forcefully, an '
not to be denied.
First National Bank
DAVENPORT HARNESS CO.
HAVE IN THEIIt
.New Harness Shop.
A large line of Whips, Tents.
Axel Greace and Harness Oil
We wonld like for you to come and examine our ha r-,
ness repair work' which is quickly attended to.
..Livery, Feed and Draying..
STRANAHANS & RATBUN.
Hood River, Ore.
Horeea bought, sold or exchanged.
Pleasure parties can secure first-claii rig)
Special attention given to moving furniture ana
We do everything hones can do.
We are now ready to show you the latest crea
ations in Millinery.
J. E. NICHOLS
I hold I'ceni-e fnni the State Board of Oregon and Washington, and am qualified
to ship lmilies to any point. Prompt ervi-e either day pr night
HVwrae furnished on all oi:nsion ,
Hival Riva-r, Oraeoo
Pallor Phone Min 11 IS
RHid. n I'lmii Mh n 1 404
SUMMER SCHOOL-MillOlft Inslttol
June 27 to August 7, and August 13 to Sept 7.
First si s weeks devoted to special preparation for County and State Eiaro
inationa. Regular Normal subjecis and methods alj. La it four weeks a
continuation of Normal inatructinn and special attention to Primary Meth
ods wilh model pupil classes.
Faculty of Over Twenty Instructors. Kegular Normal faculty,
asxieted by noted college and public educators.
. Tcrrtos : First Term, 7.50; Second term, $5. For catalogue, summer
school circular or other information write to
Pres. E. D. gESSLER, Monmoth. Oregon.