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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1898. THE MAILS. v Tha mall arrives from Mt-Hood t. in n clock A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays; de parts he same days at, noon. Korchenoweth, leaves at 8 A.M. Tuesdays and Saturdays: arrives at 6 P. M. For White Salmon leaves dally at 1 P. M.: arrives at 6 o'clock P. M. '., from White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil- ' i "om iaxe ana uienwooa Mondays SOCIETIES. ' " Laurel Kebekah Degree Lodge, No. 87. 1. 0. J. . Meets first and third Mondays In each - iiiuuui. MK8. ( LUKA HABTLKY, N, G. w. vr. i.MAMBKKi.AiN, secretary. UanDy rost, No. 16, G. A. R., meets at A. 0, i'w flr8t Saturday of each month t ociock p. m. All u. A, B. members la viieu mi meet, wun us. ' FRANK NOBLE, Commander, T. J. Cunning, Adjutant. Canby W . R. C, No. 16, mecU first Saturday -w wn iiiuuin in a. u. u. w. nan, at '4 p. m, Mrs. Ursula Dukes, Secretary. Hood River Lodge, No. 105. A. F. and A. M Meets Saturday evening on or before each molU V. UROSIUS, W. M. . W. M. Yates, Secretary. Hood River Chapter, No. 27, R. A. M. iieu. imru r naay night or each month. . F. C. BROSIUS, H. P. G. E. Williams, Secretary. liood River Chapter, No. 25, O. E. S. Meets oaiuruay alter each tun moon. Mrs. EMMA BROSIUS, W. M. Mrs. Rachel Hekshnek, Secretary. Oleta Assembly, No. 103. United Artisans. meets second and fourth Monday nights of tH uiuuui hl r ruternicy nau, tirotnersand i sisters coraiauy invited to meet with us. ' . A. P. BATEHAM, M. A, 8. S. Gray, Secretary. wauooma Lodge, No. fW.K. of P., meets In vueir uasue nan on every Tuesday night. ROBERT H. H USBAN DS, C. C. J. B. Hunt, K. of R. & S. Riverside Lodge, No. 68, A O. U. W., meets i urn niiu ultra saturaays oi eacn month. , . C. L. MORSE, M. W. J. F. Watt, Financier. . H. L. Howe, Recoi der. Idle wilde Lodge, No. 107, 1. O. O. P., meets iu -- raw-ruai nan every inursaay night. H. J. H IH BAUD, N. . O. G. Chamberlain, Secretary. BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. li. F. Davidson ban resigned as a member of the board of directors of the Hood. River Fruit Growers' Union, giving as bis reason that when he ac cepted the office he supposed, from the harmonious action of the stockholders meeting, that a majority were in favor or co-operation ana harmonious action out ue nas since learned that many growers reiuse to allow ine union to handle their crops, and he will there fore continue the Davidson Fruit Co. This leaves matters In regard to our Btrawoerry shipments tn about the same unsatisfactory condition they were in last year, we can see no good reason why all the growers cannot unite and ship with the union as at -I present organized and still hope tiiat netore the shipping season arrives some- iniug may be done to unite them. Mr. E. E. Savage was taken to a Portland hospital, last, Mondav morn uiir, wnere ne win unaereo - an operation for ulcerat ion of the stomach Mrs.bavaee and Dr.Shaw accompanied him to Portland. His many friends nope for his early restoration to health Dr. Shaw returned from Portland luesday evening. Mr. Savace had been operated upon Tuesday morning at St. Vincent's , hospital and his trouble was found to be appendicitis, When Dr. Shaw left him everything was lavoraoieiorniscompiete recovery When Mr. Bradley moved from the Husbands house, January 26th. some things were left in the house for a few days on account of Mr. Bradley being sick, uu going oacK it was found that an Instrument and some chemicals used in photographing and a revolver were micsinif. The house was locked. and Mr., Bradley supposed he had the oiny Key. ir tne party that took these things will bring back the instrument and chemicals, no further Questions win ue asKea. , The Valentine social at the Conere- gational church Mondav eveninir was attended by a large crowd and the re ceipts amounted to $14.65. Miss Ma rion Cook's recitations, the singing by Mrs. Bateham and Mrs. Can Held and the song by Mr. LaFrance called forth much applause. The shadow pictures were good. The valentines were dis tributed stool bv little Freddie Re 1. whu Grass and carden seeds at Dull as A. I was made un as Cnniri: Tim mnrlimr Spangler's. of the valeutiues caused much merri ment. The recent rainy weather has caused a halt In the work on the' new road leading into town on the East Side. Many who sorely need all their own time at home are helping cheerfully with the work. Help from without the road district will be needed before long, and it will then belonsr to the citizens or tne town to take hold and w;e that the road is completed. Let the supervisor call for aid and it will no doubt be forthcoming. Great preparations are belntr made lorineoaii ud wince a imon on the 22d. Tickets are on sale at both d rue stores m town ana at jai ranee's store. lhe receipts of the ball will be devoted to the completion of the steamship dock at White Salmon. Hood River is interested in seeing this dock com pleted, and our citizens are responding Mrs. Langille returned from Port land Tuesday. ' Winter wheat is growing and . iugout nicely. Clover, timothy and alfalfa hay for suieat j. ti. uoemaKer'8. Mr. J. H. Cradlebaugh is attending vncuit court at me uanes. For all kinds of lumber call on F. E. Jackson, at the Racket Store. Wm. Yates, P. M., is authorized agent for all newspapers and periodicals Rev. J. W. Jenkins will preach in the Valley Christia-i church next Sun day, morning and evening. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wolfard visited with Supt. Gilbert and family at The Dalles for several days, returning home i uewuiiy. If you have any green or dried fruits, pmuuee, e.u., to Ben, can on us. perhaps, can do some business Columbia Packing F. H. Watts, general agent for the Monumental Bronze Co., Dufur, Or., will make periodical visits to Hood River. See his work in the cemeteries ana then see him for terms, Drop in at the photograph gallery, wnere, ior a nicKei, you can be enter . i , . . . milieu on tne grapnopnone with a omlc speech or with music from the best orchestras in the country. A new and handsome sign adorns filestore of Dallas & Spangler, hard ware mercnants, stoves and tinware, piumoers' goons; etc. Air. Hi. H. Pick ara is the artist who did the work . Runaway. Last Satttrday a team belonging to the Mountain Stage company started from the barn drawing a hack without a driver and ran up town. They were running up Oak street at a lively pace when some one coming out from the Columbia Packing Co.'s market tried to stop them but only succeeded in causing them to shy to the other side of the street. At Woodworth & Han na's store a team and wagon belonging tn Tv,m 1 ;l,.l,,i. . I 1 .. .1 1V. " v awiij h acua oit'iril iii tueir way uumiu nui Biop mem. ine runaway team jumped over the wagon, and the hack and the wagon were overturned. The horses then turned towards the side door of the store and were then stopped with the pole of the hack within only a few inches of the class doors. One of the hind wheels of Tom Wickens' waeron was wrecked. Th hack was only slightly damaged and the horses were uninjured. Judge Bradshaw convened circuit court for the February term, at The Dalles, Monday, appointing J. B. Cros- sen and J. H. Jackson general bailiffs and J. Doherty grand jury bailiff. The following named gentlemen were drawn as grand jurors for the term: foreman, Robert Black; G.M.McLeon, D. G. Hill, G. C. Campbell, Geo. End, C. D. Doyle and L. Lamb. Frank Sherwood was down town in- day, the first time since he had his tussle with cholera morbus. He says he drove thirty miles-after he was aken, and never came so uear dvlnu I.I- A. . . - " ii ins ine. Aiier in s wnen ne irons out in tne couniry ne will take a bottle or 'jnamberiaiii's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with him. Mis- souri Valley (Iowa) Times. For sale by Williams & Brosius. Mr. J. W. Magoon is now Dronnerat- ng a long keeping apple known as the Iortb Pole" which he discovered growing in the orchard of a gentleman at White Salmon two years ago. It is claimed the apple will keen for over a year, ana tne outcome will be watched 1th Interest. Pucihc Farmer. The county court of Klickitat conntv allowed P. F. Bradford $5 for damages Besiues, ux many ut his lellow-cluzens yet BiiBiaiueu uy llie A . 11, jewett road. h uo, .union , pmm, uiuiuary Children and adults tortured bv hums duties of the exaiied station t, wninn iv scalds, injuries, eczema or skin diseases CHiied' was tl,e 8alu unassuming citbsen, may secure instant rel ef hv iianv n. nr. .?.,"". ...'"t..."",'"'. "aa "'""s Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is the great Pile remedy. Williams & Brosius. Ben L Norden. an old-time demo. cratic politician and ex-sherift of Mult nomah county, died in Portland, last wees, oi isrigni s aisease, Don't annoy others by your coughing, anu risK your me by neglecting u cold. One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs, cuius, ciuuii, niippe anu an tnroat and lung troubles. W illiams & Brosuis, A wool growers' convention is called to meet at The Dalles March 1st. 2d anu ou. After years of untold suffering from piles, B. W. Pursell of Knithersville, Pa., was cured by using a single box of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. ftkln diseases such as eczema, rash, pimples Lincoln Day Celebration. ' The members of Canby post and the W. R. C. and their friends assembled at their ball last Saturday and cele brated Lincoln's birthday with appro priate exercises. Dinner was served at J2 o'clock, after which a programme was arranged, with short addresses and singing. .The exercises opened with prayer oy J . W. Rigby, post chaplain, ibllowed fay the song. "Tenting on the Old Camp Ground." M. P. Isenberg, Mrs. E. L. Smith. Rev. J. W. Riebv and Dr. Hines, without any previous preparation, responded with natriotie addresses when their names were called. T. J. Cunning, post adiutant. said he bad made some preparation for similar exercises held bv the Barrett school literary iu the evening, and be sides, every member or lus laujily had been making preparation for a week to observe the day, aud at the breakfast table mat murplng tach one was re quired to give a quotation from Lin coln. Comrade Cunning's address was in part as follows: We have met today to honor a man whosit memory ennobles all who study it, and the more we study It the better we become, as It is Iha.rnriu , I i.l , , . uu; v ail uiuvutiiJg U11U VUIlUUUUg 1110. By it we feel a greater pride in ourselves, our fellow man and in our country, because he as one of us gave the last full measure of his de votion to his country; not because he had such great lalenU, but for the reason that all that lie had he gave, with an unselnsh pur pose, to his couutry. Bil-thdav celebrations are generally Joyous, happy occasions, but we cannot help but come to this festival wltu the fervent, teuderest feelings with which we ap proach the sacred tomb. His death was truly the coronal to an everlasting reign. I was giaa wnen Mrs. Hmuu quoted the words 01 that distinguished man who had once snub bed Mr. Liiueoln when he was a young lawyer, but, stanumg by his tomb, maae the propnet- ij nuiiciucut, ib wiui ine ages now. 1'ericies said thai "tne whole world is the sep- uiuic mis HiusuiuuB ueau, anu awaru Kverett said that "ail time is the millnniiim of their glory." - We see an Illustration of these truths today, for all over our land, from where the Atlantic washes our eastern shores to where thePacitlc rolls in surges from the far isles of the sea, a utttiuu iiieeia 10 oow at me miguty sepulchre that cannot confine him who is slur-crowned in all our hearts bv his love and servlne i..r freedom and humanity.. But the man we meet to honor was not a great man as we un derstand greatness. Born and reared amid the most pinching noverlv. wood ciiomtinir. rail splitting, hat boating, clerking In a coun try wure auu Keeping iourtu-ciass post omce were these the means to achieve greatness? L. CO.'S M. S. &; STA JB 3L. E S . Of Hood River can furnish comfortable conveyances to alt parts of the valley and viclo lty. Heavy draying and transferring done with care and promptness. " GEO. P. CROWELL, Successor to E. L. Smith Oldest Established House in the valloy.J , DEALER IN ' - ' ' " . . ' JDxzr G-oods, ClotIzn., . and HOOD RIVER, Flour, Feed, Etc., Etc. OREGON the earth and ail tune with his irlorv. simniv doing his uuty as Uod gave him to see mat uuty.with "malice toward none, with cuarlty lor all." ' Comrades, we have a special Interest In this memory. A . few of us have seen him aud heard tne music of his voice, aud those of us who have not seen him know luliv as well his worth, and we remember the ache in our heuru when we heard of his death by the hand of a cowarui.v assassin. There urns u class throughout tne Morlh who were the se cret enemies of Union success, and thev m. juiwu ni, uur ueietiLs anu nioui neu wild nena- isn nate at our success. Thi v were not, nil named J. Wilkes Booth, but they were equal ly foul and murderous, as tne old battle song len tne traitors all around you' That their cruel words, we Know, In battle kill our soldiers By the help tney give the foe." Lincoln died lust as nence wna rlnwnlnr nn the land, and his murder wns llieeniml tnitini. me KjiiKuui ui tire lEoiuen circle nrm vupperueau ciuus. i tuougut, as we marched in review through the capital of the nation S3? , V TILLETT & GALLIGN, Propr's. leai only in rirst-class Nursery Stock. Bend for Catalogue and Price List proprietors and make a specialty of the now celebrated They are sol Yakima Apple. ffiJS CANDY - 250 506 - w.aftvwfl'TT,; DRUGGISTS , - DALLAS & SPANGLER DEALERS IN ' and Tnira, US. We. liberally when asked to nurchuse tick. "" obstinate sores are readily cured by and saw the Joyous welcome on the faces of with vmi ii. fif. .k .iii BBKeu lo purcnuse HCK- ,his famous remedv Willi-ma & the crowd, auu read the inscriptions on the wun you. ets for (he ball. mis lamous remeay. Williams & arches quoiatious from Lincoln: "We will NO CO. m. CKln.. u ' imImI ii ofoslus. ' care for him who bore the battle and for his Mr. Shinn, who has been mining all winter near The Dalles road, in the .Robertson gulch, has decided to aban don his claim. He found some surface eroppings lust fall which assayed over a m gold, besides some silver, but after tunneling into the mountain some 40 feet, and having two other less satis factory assays made, he has concluded to give it up, Charles Boardman returned last week from a two-months' stay In Santa Clara county, California, and after stODbing a few days with his parents went on to tneirgraiu larm in Sherman county. Me reports times dull in California and Now that Hood River valley is well is P,aa t(,get lack to this land of plenty. supplied with irrigating ditches, our lurmers are preparing to sow clover and timothy, and hereafter hay will not be among our heaviest imports. Mr. D. Bradley, nhotocrranher. now ready for business everyday id the week, except Sundays. Read his ad aud see on what favorable terms you can have your pictures taken it juu ure suori oi casn. Mr. M. H. Mckelsen will start the Kkondike bakery, at his residence All families who desire to have good fresh bread regularly, please bring your order. You can buy bread cheap- cr biinii juu can uuKe it. air. narry iiat'Ketl two years ago received irom tne .cast one small po tato, about the size of a hen's egg, of the Late Jimdurance variety. From this small potato he raised a Deck, and last year the peck brought him 900 pounds of fine potatoes. Mr. George Mcintosh has the honor of bringing the first bouquet of wild flowers to the editor. It consisted of buttercups and burole iris, gathered reoruary iztn. Miss Kate ' Davenport's school in Odell district, which has been having a recess lor tue past three weeks, will open again ou . the first Monday iu The open winter has given ormor- March. tunity for clearing land and v.oou, hiiu more land win oe cleared more land for nurserv tu-k unrl uu more coruwood cut in wood ttiver had from three to eight men at work the Regulator line has sold the steamer Dalles City, which will be taken to Alaska. The company is building a new boat to take the nlace of the Dalles City on the Columbia river. . , Whooping cough is the most, distress. ing malady: but its duration can be cut short by the use of One Minute Couuh Cure, which is also the best known rem edy lor croup and all lung and brou- ctnai troubles. Williams & Brosius. What pleasure Is there in life with headache, constipation and biliousness? iiiousanrts experience them who could become perfectly healthy by using De Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Williams & Brosius. ihere are three little things which do more work than any other three little things created they are the ant, the bee and DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the lust being the famous little bills for 8tomacli and liver troubles. Williams & Brosius. Born. ' At Grant, Indiana county. Pa.. Jan. 29. 1898. to Mr. aud Mrs. .fospnh A Wilson, a sou. - Died. In Hood River valley. February 12. 18U8, Russell C. son of D. A. Turner. i ii ngeu z4 years. wido and orphans;" "The only aebt the na tion cannoi pay is uie aeot It owes to its brave defenders" that our enemies were Bilenced lorever. uomraaes, those words of Lincoln are as true today as they were then. though the blaumt soldier hater has for the present drowned the real voice of tne oMonm 1 thought that tne swing of the pendulum of uuie tucuiusi us uaa reucnea lis extreme limit. during the Cleveland administration, but it BccuiBwitinoiuuiB utting oui nerouea. our present commissioner of pensions, like too uiuuy, rorgei uie mugnuuae oi lhe war and the worth of the Union that we saved, and all that he can see is the immense sum that a graleiul people have said shall be paid to the men who Duue the Union live. He tnva the pension roll is corrupt and fraudulent, aud he UIUL1BCSHJ uavv it uuui suu iu a n I'tll N tit its pMritlcatiou. I think that a man who Knows now wen tne nension roll is irnnrrixri and hedged about to prevent fraud, as a innn should who Is placed In control, and how lu- fllU 11U.C UCTJU bUV C11UI LB Ul tllC IteSL UeLCRTl Vfi skill to discover fraud, would be a little guarded In his expressions reflecting on the ability and character of past commissioners anu wouiu Know mat ne was only making a tool of himself, but he goes on and want t. advertise us In some matrimonial scheme, as wj tc nun uiuoieu iu report wnetner we are married and how much and the names of nnr wives' relations. If we are married we must lurnisn prooi u snow cause way. Have wn come to a time when it is a disgrace to have eci vcu uur country anu oe enuiieu to a pen sion? 1 have followed that murthroucrh everv Southern state east of the Mississippi except iui iun, nut. Ittcru Ubutll UUUUleuS OI times in its aeiense. ana were rnv Ine demandml in its cause would render it un srladlv. but for n pitiful pension would not irive' unn dn v ,f such service. There is none of the spirit of umuuiu iii tuese utiucKS UDon us. nnw ivmi ri such charges look on that grand parade, com pared with the sentiments exuressed. I know the outlay for pensions is large, but I also. Kitchen Furniture, PLUMBERb' GOODS. Pruning Tools, Etc. We have a new and complete stock of hard ware, stoves and tinware, to which we will keep constantly addlner. Our nrie.es will con tinue to be as low as Portland prices. Repairing Tinware a Specialty. To -t-ta-e" East, Gives the choice of TWO TIIANSCONTINENTAL EOTJT Columbia Nursery Offers a large stock of Fruit Trees and all oth er kinds of nursery stock. All trees are well grown, carefully dug, free from pests and true to label. Whether you want one tree or 1.000. It will pay you to examine this stock. Re member, trees srrown here erive the heat. Rntis- iHcuim. mo trouoie to snow goods, timers nuea on snort notice, fi. c. BATEHAM, Hood River, Oregon Three miles south, on Mt. Hood Boad. S Mm EM M Via Salt Lake, PIONEER MILLS, Harbison Bros., Prop'rs, Manufacturers of OK 01 Lite Dressed and Undressed Flour, Feed and all kinds of ceieals ground Whole Wheat Graham a specialty. HOOD RIVER, ........ OREGON. Funeral was conducted Monday and eTsse 'SL1 S valley this winter than during any grubbing and wood cutting for the last cemetery. This is the third winter In the history of t he val ey. month ' m j . m , ,,, . , ., .? inoniu. . Turner has followed to the gri John . G. Wohlschleerel. who ' has been stopping Willi VV. A. Slinirerland and going to school, left Wednesday for his home at Scliolls, Oregon. . Baby Cora Bailey had a birthday yesterday, February 17th, being one year old, and all the Baileys were pres ent to celebrate the event. Rev. J. L. Herehner will preach next Travelers will take notice that ther lias been a change in the time table of the O. R. & N. Co. The second train going west in the morning arrives here at 7.45 and the midnight train going east, passes nere one nour earlier than formerly Mr. G. J. Gessling returned from the bound last Thursday, where he had ween visiting for about two weeks, Mr. Gessling says he found business lively in the Bound cities. He found plenty of apples in the markets, but none good except where he found they came from Hood River. At Seattle ggs were retailing at 30 cents. In a recent letter from Washington, D. C, to an old friend. Maior G. A. Btuder, for twenty years United States Consul at Singapore, says: "While at JJes Moines I became acquainted with n iiniment suown as Jliiimoeritiln's Pain Balm, which I found excellent against rheumatism as well as against soreness of the throat and chest (giving ine much easier breathing). I had a touch of pneumonia earlv this wee and two applications freely applied to tha IIinuiI ., ... -..I J 1 .. e : . uv .iMVllt cll M IICOU irilCtCU U1C Ul It I ii. .. . i . ; , ,. , , , ' at nee. I would not be without it for V Vvm .VVi d . -p- u "nu . ?enl8 interment was bad in Pine Grove son Mr. erave with In the past year, all dying from the same disease, tuberculosis of the brain. The afflicted family have the sympa thy of the community. At Arlington, Oregon. February 14. 1898, Rev. G. W Barnhart, aired about do years, iie leaves a widow and two children. The remains were buried at Arlington, February 16th, Rev. Warner not and never will receive commensurate re. I waru ior tne service rendered. Sunday morning on "Our Nation: its conducting theserviees. Deceased was Perils and Safeguard." The offering win ue ior nouie missions. Little Ruth Riuby's cake, made bv her own bands,' was voted to be the best at the dinner in G. A. R. hall on Lincoln day. -, Remember the meeting of citizens tomorrow, at 2 p. m., id arrange for the horticultural institute March 4th and 6th. , Harry Kemp of the East Side was kicked on the leg hy a horse, last Fri day, and has since been unable to walk. Mr. Joe Frazier went to Sherman a nephew of Mrs. itiver. H. Pugh of Hood In Meinoriam. On the 6th of February, Maggie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Htranaban, passed away at the early age of 11 years and 19 di.ys. All that tender care and love could do did not avail to stay the progress of the disease. Iu their Bad bereavement the family have the heartfelt sympathy ot the community. The remains of little Maggie were laid to rest in tne n.. oi cemetery. t A lovely bud of promise Of beauty brierht and fair. Has passed away forever, io uweu wim angeis mere. Yes, our darling Maggie left us For a brighter home above, Where sickness never enters, . pi or parting never comes. DENTISTRY. PR. E. T. CARNS Is now located in Portland, at 113 Russell street. Will make regular trips to Hood rtiveron tne nrst or everv month and remain tnree uays. j . 1 ). Church Notices. TTnirpd Ttrorhreii Church KclIo Oh! how hard It Is to Dart . . . ... I M'ttl, 1,. 1 11. f reaching each Sabbath morning and Burwas our Father called W home: E. H. PICKARD, Hood River, Painter & Decorator PAPER HANGING, WALL TINTING, GRAINING and NATURAL WOOD FIN ISH. I make.a specialty of my trade, and or ders will receive prompt attention. Satisfac tory work at live and let live prices guaran- teeu. estimates gratis. jyz evening. Sunday school at 10 a. in btn ior Endeavor, 6.45 p. m.; preach ing, 7.80 p. m.; prayer meeting Wed uesday evening; choir practice, Friday evening. Rev. J. T. Merrill, pastor. Congregational Church. Worship, witupreuching,will be conducted every Sunday morning and evening unless otherwise announced from the mil nit. ' county, Monday, to help do the spring Mid-week conference and prayer meet kt seeding on Mr, Woodworth's rauch. ing on Wednesday evening. Junior so- Bromide of Quinine Compound.cures Cleiy everv hurmay ul 3 p. m.:H. C. nything." For sale by Williams & Brosius. Mrs. H. F. Davidson wrote up the trip of herself, husband and child and Miss Davidson from Canton, Illinois, when they returned to Hood River the first week In January. The party left Illinois in a snow storm and went di rectly south to New Orleans and from there through Texas, New Mexico, Ar izona and California. It Is interesting to follow the different chances of cli mate as they passed from the chilly blasts of Illinois to the balmy atmos phere of Louisiana, across the dry plains of Texas and hot wastes of Arizo na and California and came again into the welcome showers of Webfoot. The letter gives a good description of the country and its inhabitants, is type written and would till a page of 'the GLACIER. at Williams & Brosius, pharmacists. Mrs. J. T. Merrill and children re turned from their visit to Sherman county last Saturday. Dr. E. T. Cams will visit Hood River March 1st and remain two days. Office at Mt. Hood hotel. Win. E. Evans, now located at Ju neau, visited bis relatives in Hood River Wednesday. . Dr. F. C. Brosius. who was auite 111 last week With tonsilitis, has recovered his usual health. Mr. T. H. Clark went to Portland Monday to have his eyes treated by a specialist. Asocial hop was given in Blount's hall last Friday night. School commenced in the Crapper district Monday. - WootMioppers wanted by Clyde T. Bounty . iiaienam, supt. c. Ji. socletv everv Sunday at 7 p. in .. .Miss Marion Cook, president. Sunday school at 10 o'clock every Sunday, C. J. Hayes, supt. A Cordial invitation is extended to all who do not worship elsewhere to attend these servitvs. J.L.HERSHNEit.Pastor. ' M. E. Church. Monthly appoint ments on Hood River circuit: 1st Sunday Hood River, 11 a. m.:... Hines. . Hood River, 7:80 p. m...;...Archer. Belmont, 7:80 p. m Hines. Pine Grove, 11 a. m....... Archer. 2d Sunday Hood River, 11 a. m.. Archer. , Hood River, 7:80 p. m Hines. ' lielmout, 11a. m Hines. ; Crapper, 2:30 p. m Archer. 3d Sunday Hood River, 1 1 a. m Archer. Hood River, 7:80 p. m Hines. Belmont, 7:80 p. m....... Archer. Pine Grove, 11 a. m Hines. 4th Sunday Hood River, 11a. m Hines. Hood River, 7:80 p. m Archer. Belmont, 11 a. m Archer. Crapper, 2:80 p. m Hines. fith Sunday Hood River, 11 a. m Hines. Hood Klver, 7:80 p. m Hines. Mount Hood, 11 a. m Archer.- Wo must bow before His will. Folded the snow-white fingers, Dimmed are those laughingeyes: But robed In glory now she treads ine paiace oi the skies. There, where life's work is ended, j And our labor all Is done, . She will bid us welcome. Where death can never come. Dear father.tnother,brother,slster,do not weep. Sue has gone to her long last rest: Her life was full of sufl'erinir. And God on high knows best. ' , ' Carrie Baij,ey. Hood River, February 12, lt8. 1 Educate Your Mowela With Cusenrets. Cnndy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. 10c, 86c If a C. C. fall, druggists refund money. We are anxious to do a little good In this world and can think of uo pleas anter or better way to do It than by recommending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia.consump tion and other serious lung troubles that follow neglected colds. Williams & Brosius. To Cure a Cold lu One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet. All druggists refund thr money It 1 1 falls to curo.25c No-To-Baofor Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak men strong, blood pure. 50c, (1. All druggist. , WANTED TRUSTWORTHY AND ACT lve gentlemen or ladies to travel for re aponslble.estanlished house In Oregon. Month ly t.-6 and expenses. Position steady. Refer ence, Inclose self-addressed stamped envelope. The Dominion Company, Dept. Y, Chicago. M. F. SHAW, M. D. (Successor to Dr. Morgan) , All Calls Promptly Attended Office and residence, second door nort h nf rt icaeiseu s store. 68, Stockholders' Meeting. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Bast Fork Irrigating Company will be held at the Odell school house on Saturday, February 19, 1898, at 1 o'clock P. M. J28 ' C. R. BONE. Secretary. SHOE REPAIRING In the best and most artistic styles at the Old Reliable Shoe ahop one door west of postofflce. Ladies' fine work a specialty. All work war ranted. C. WELDS. Proo'r. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at The Dalles. Orecnn. .Tnnnnrv 12. 1897. Notice Is hereby crlven that the fol lowing-named settler has filed notice of his tentton to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at The Dalles, Ore gon, on February 25, 1898, viz: VALENTINE NEHRBAUER. Hd. E. No. 3597, for the west y3 northwest hi and northwest south wst H section 28, and southeast VI northeast Vi section 29. townshiD 2 north, range 10 east, W. M. ne names me following witnesses to prove his continuous residence unon and eiiltlvu. tion of said land, viz: .mu Hcnnnno or Trie Dalies, Oregon: Philip Kalian, Charles Davis aud John Lena of Hood Klver. Oregon Via Spokane, Minneapolis, Denver, St. Paul, Omaha, AND . ADD Chicago, Kansas City. Lowest Rates to All Eastern Cities. , TIME TABLE FOR HOOD RIVER WEST BOUND. No. 1, Oregon Short Line. 4 23 A. M. No. 8, Spokane... ....a 7.4i a. m.. EAST BOUND. No. 4, PpoUane 4 ?)3 i m. No. 2, Oregon Short Liue.....l(),48 p. M, OCEAN STEAMERS Leave Portland every five days tor SAN FRANCISCO. . Steamers monthly from' Portland to Yokrt homa and Hotik Kong, vta lhe Northern Pa cific Steamship Oo,in connection wlttio. hSN For full details call on O. ft. tr N. Amnt Hood River, or address , W. H. HURI.Et'irT, Gen'l PflRS. Aret.. tWtlfttnl n . DODWELL, CARLILL & CO.. Gen'l Agts. Nor. Pac. S- S. Co., Portland , Or. THE-- -; " UTflTTT A rTU-k-D T T TVT TH M teMes,PoMHte Navigation Co.' Through Freight and Passenger Line, 1. All Freight Will Com Through Without Delay. ueave i ne uaues k.4o a. Leave Portland t :..AW a. X. JUfU JAS. F. MOORE, ItcgUtor. PASSENGER RATES. One way.... .............$1 f Round trip - 59 Freight Rates Greatly neaucea. W. C. ALLAWAY, ' ' General Aent. THE DALLES, OREGON NOTICE FbTnLICAtlON Iand Office at The Dalles. Ctrertm. Fe! ft ' 1898. Notice is hereby given that the follow. ing-named sett ler ha4 filed notice of his In ten lion to make final proof in supitott of his claim, and that said proof will he made be fore the Register and Receiver, at l'h Dalles. Oregon, on March 24, 1898, viz: 1 ' SARAH L. FOX, Guardian of Francis 0. C. Fox. insane, IT.. K. 10. 4KW, lor the southwest nnrthemtt southeast i northwest hi. northeast V. south west hi and northwest southeast & seolioa 5, township 2 north, range 9 east. He names the followiug witness to prove his continuous residence upon, und cultiva tion of, said land, viz: James Chltty and William Kern of Viento; Oregon, ami II. H. Weston and Juincs G01 ton of Cascade Locks. t , flliiilS JAS. V. MOORE, tU'tfimer.