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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1S98. THE MAILS. The mall arrives from Mt. Hood at 10 o' clock A. M. 'Wednesdays and Saturdays; de parts 'ie same days a noon. r Onenoiretli, leaves atx A.. M. Tuesdays anu oiicuraays; arrives ai o r. ivu For White Salmon leaves daily at 1 P. M.; arrives at o o ciocr r. ivi. From White Salmon, leaves for Fulda, Gil mer, Trout Lake and Glenwood Mondays, Wednesdays and Frldavs. , . i X: societies. -. Laurel Rebekah Degree Lodge, No. 87, 1. O. O.K. Meets first and third Mondays In each month. MRS'. FLORA HARTLEY, N. G. O. G. Chamberlain, Secretary.. Uauby Post, No. 10, G. A.B., meets at A. O. V. W, Hall, first Saturday of each month 't 2 o'clock p.m. AUG. A. R. members IVi ivited to meet with us. . FRANK NOBLE, Commander. TV J. Cunning, Adjutant. Canby W. R. C, No. 18, meets first Saturday of each month in A. O. U. W. hall, al i p. m. Mrs, AGNES CUNNING, President, c . Mrs. Ursfla Dukes, Secretary. ., "i Hood River Lodgo, No. 105, A. F. and A. M. Meets Saturday evening on or before each -full moon. . . F. C. BROSIUS, W. M. ; ,.,W,M. Yates, Secretary. '.I Hood River Chapter, No. 27, R. A. M. - Meets third Friday night of each month. F. C. BROSIUS, H. P. -G, E. Williams, Secretary. V Hood River Chapter, No. 25, 0. E. S. Meets Saturday after euch full moon. Mrs. EMMA BROS UTS, W. 1,1.1 :, Mrs. Rachel Hekshner, Secretary. ; Oleta Assembly, No. 103, United ArtiRans. - meetsisecnnd and fourth Monday nights of each month at Fraternity hall. Brothers and Isters cordially invited to meet with ns. A. P. BATE11AM, M. A. i S. S. Gray, Secretary. 1 ','Waucoma. Lodge, No. SO, K. of P., meets In A, u. u. w . nan on every xuesaay nignt. ROBERT H. HUSBANDS, C. C. G. T.' Prather, K. of R. & S. Riverside Lodge, No. (18, A O. IT. W., meetB first and third Saturdays of each month. G. T. PRATHEU, M. W. J. F. Watt, Financier. - . H. L. Howe, Reco-der. Idlew.lde Lodge, No. 107, 1. O. O. F., meets In Fraternal hall every Thursday night. - - H. J. HIBBARD, N. tt : ' O. G. Ch ambkklain, Sccfetary. BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS. Wm. Yates, P. M., is authorized agent ' 1.11 ' : I . J- , . iur an newspaper tinu pi'riouicitis . Mrs. J. E. Gurretson and three child- .- ren of Portland are (Hopping at the . Mt. Hood hotel. For Rent Two small fruit farms close to' town. Also, two small dwell: . lugs.' Inquire of Geo. T. Prather. Luke Blount returned from a forasr lag trip to White Salmon on Monday, uiingMig nome a nne lot ot Hsu. -.Mrs. H. H. Bailey returned on Wed nesday from a visit with her son Harry . and wife at Little White inluioti fish . hatchery. . ' , ' ." ' . ' E. H. Pickard, painter and deeoratnr; ' estimates jrraMs; prices moderate; satis faction irtmran teed. Leave orders ut Glacier pharmacy. Rudolph Heyting of Gilmer, Wash., is in a Portland hospital sufferitttr from rheumatism. His son, who is ut home, is very low 'with typhoid fever, i - The Methodists of Moro and friends V -of the church are conirratulatingthem elvtsvon the return of He v. Chris ' !N'lckelseii as their pastor for another year, ?:' Mrs. Bartmess has canned with the Acme. St earn Can ner over 100 quarts of Mult, peas, beans and hsn without the loss of a single jar. ' Call and see the ' e.iihner at S. PI Bartmess.' . Mrs. Jasper Rand, who has heen af flicted with rheumatism for about four months, returned on Friday from a protracted visit in Shermau county, greatly improved in health. f MrVH. Henn, formerly station agent for the O. R. & N. at this place, hut. , now Holding the same position at t;as cade Lock9, came up on Tuesday for a few days' visit with old friends. f The paddle of a one-gallon ice-cream freezer was mislaid at the 4th of July fflehration, and the ladies of the Con gregational (Church heing responsihle lor it, would like to have it returned if ajiy one knows of its whereahouts. i Chris Dethman hasvsold his apples in the orchard to a man from Missouri, Who is buying for a St. Louis house. Heitets $600 for the fruit of Ji is five at-res of orchard.- W. A. Rlln'gerland . Hold to the same party all of his apples except the Yellow Newtowns. . '.; iThe pain of a hum or scald is almost irtstanily relieved by npplvlng Cham berlain's Pain Balm. 'It also heals the itiinred parts more quickly than any other treatment, and without ihe b-irn is. very severe, does not leave a scar. For suie by Williams & brosius. - iDr. Hi ties will deliver an address in the M. K. church Thursday night oh "The Methodist Church in Oregon and Washington as reported at the Colum bia River, -Puget Sound und Oregon Conferences, just held, with report of Bishop McCabe'8 services, and the Consolidated Bortland University." All invited. . ; t '"Mrs. F. 0. Brosius and two children, Estey and Florence, left on .Tuesday for Kenesaw, Nebraska, where they expect to remain for the wititer with Mi's. Brosius' parents. Dr. Brosius lie I tig In the service at Manila, there is no telling when his regiment will come home, and Mrs. Brosius has stored her furniture. ; - - All trains from the west on Monday were delayed by a wreck near Cascade Locks, and the train from Portland due here at' 10:4-5 a. m. did not get thro'uirh till nearly 10 o'clock at night. Jlrs. E. E. Savaire,'who had been visit ing relatives at Laiourell, was detained at the Locks all day. Mr. G J. Gess ling was on the afternoon train from Portland. ' f; !j The email bridge over the ravine by 1 Paradise farm corral, on t he state road, is in had shape. The-spikes in the planks - have worked loose and' the boards are liable to tilt and let a horse through. Some one of the city dads miirht fix it sonie evening when lie goes after his cow.. A new stringer and a - few. spikes , would make ; the . bridge all right. "Mrs. Agnfs Cunning, president of Canny W. R. C, gives notice that 'all members of the corps are expected to be.present at inspection on Septemler 26th, at 2' oclock p. m. Mrs. Ella E. 1 Frazier, department president, who is on' her way home from the na'ional . encampment at Cincinnati, will stop over here on' that date and inspect Canhy corps,, The account of her trip to the encampment will lie interesting, ami no member of the W. R. C. should fail to be present. . The reception given by the 8th and 0th grades of the Hood River public school, last Friday evening, drew a full house. . The programme was- well ren dered and . every one In attendance voted the entertainment a success in every particular. The .Hood .River brass band gave the audience aurprise- tiy iiiscoursliig.musiu in the hail, wmcii was not on the programme. The pro ceeds from the lunch will go towards purchasing dictionaries for the school, and they now have 413 on hand for that purpose. ., The camp fire to lie given by Canby Post and W. It. C. will be held next Monday evening, September 2(ith, in honor of the visit of Mrs. Fruzier, de partment president of the W. R. ( . The three ministersof the town will talk on the subject, '"Our country: its past, present and future." ; Other speakers will he heard, good music is promised and a general stood time is anticipated. A. O. U. W. hall Is the place of meeting. , Bradleyf the photographer, will go to Viento, where he will set up his tent and itive the people of that place some of ' his good work; " After stopping awhile at Viento he will go to wyetn ami then to Cascade Locks. In the meantime his trajlefy here will be open witti a good artist in charge.. All his work is warranted to give satisfaction. Mrs. A. Winansand Mrs. Dr. W. L. Adams, delegates from Hood River, left oti Thursday morning for Portland to attend the convention of the Oregon Emergency Corps and the Red Cross Society. Members of the O. E. 0. will please be in attendance at the next regular meeting at iv. or- f. hall, Jriood River. . ; Mr. Archibald A. Schenck, first as sistant engineer of New York Central railroad, arrived in Hood River last Saturday. , He. finds great changes here since be helped survey the line of the O.K. & N. and I he site of the town. He is visiting the principal ap ple orchards and noting our resoun es in the fruit line. Mr. Albert Mason of Portland, who has a fruit ranch on the East Side, be lieves in drainage for fruit lauds and would like to learn of others who nre interested enough to go tu with him and purchase a carload of tiling. He can he found or addressed at the post office, in Portland... . v , Miss Mellie Rigby arrived home from Goldendale on Saturday. While In at teudance upon the teachers' institute at that place in August she was taken sick and was unable to teach her school at. Trout Lake, which is being com pleted by Mrs. Broadbent. . - ' At the Congregational church,' last Sunday. Mrs. J.F. Armor, Mrs.Georgia ijoiie aun Mr. D. U. mil were chosen delegates to attend the state association at Forest Grove next week. Geo. P. Crowell and C. J. Hayes were chosen alternates. W. W. Nason of Mt. Hnod, while enuaged in chopping wood on Mr, Harding's place, last Saturday', severe ly cut his foot across the instep by his axe striking an overhunging bough and glancing. Dr., Shaw dressed the wound; putting in eight stitches. Miss Lillian Ackerman will teach the primary department in the Barrett school, beginning Nov. 1st., Prof.H.L. Howe will begin school in his depart ment October 3d, and will have charge of the whole school until the new house is ready for occupancy. Mrs. R. M. Springer and Mi9s Mun- ger of Chicago, .who , have been stoji- ping tor several weeks at the Armor place, left, on Tuesday's boat tor fort iand. Mrs. Ralph Duniway, stopping at the same place; returned to Portland on the same boat. , Our populist friend, Lee Morse, is feeling the wave of prosperity and is making substantial improvements on his new place two miles south of town. He has built a neat -and commodious barn and is now finishing a .comfort able residence. , - Mr. Davis Divers started on Monday for Missouri to visit old friends and relatives whom he has not met' for ninny years.' Mr. Divers has been a resident of Hood River Valley for the past 40 years, and is one of our oldest inhabitants. The Glacier's account of the wreck of the Huttie Bell, last week, was in error in stating that Capt. Hosford, the owner of the boat, was in command. Capt John McNulty had charge of the boat at the time it was wrecked. Mr. Wait Belding, Mrs. Grangerand mil Lewis, who nave been visiting Mrs. A. P. Morse and eons and their families during the summer, left on Tuesday for their home at Belding, Michigan.. ' . , : -iv ;:. Delays are dangerous. Don't tv;t off getting your children's shoes in order. 1 he rains nave come. Welds the shoe maker can do the mending, and his rates are reasonable. ' ' The long dry spell at Hood River was broken on Tuesday evening by a welcome rain which lasted all night. Showers continued through the day on Wednesday. - , Next Sunday, at 10 a. m., will be rally day with the Congregational Sun day school. Special singing and exer cises will contribute to the Interest ot the hour. . A social will be given at the A. O. V. W.- hall Friday evening by the ladies of the W. C. T. U. A ten cent lunch will be served for the benefit of the Union. , V. F. Gregory is working in the in terests of the modern Woodmen . of America at White Salmon and is about to organize a camp at that place. ' ; ; Mr. Ike Moore is recovering from a spell of typhoid ever, which he thinks he contracted on his trip to Eastern Oregon.. : , s ; Miss Hester Howe is. teaching the school at Viento, having commenced a four-months term last MotMiay, ; Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bartmess went to The Dalles on Thursday to attend the Stevenson-Roberts wedding. Mr J. N. McCoy is Improving slow ly from his spell of sickness, though still quite feeble. Grandma Clark,- Mis. Monroe and Miss Margaret Locke went to Portland last Saturday. . . , Miss Emily Palmer went to Mon mouth Saturday to attend the state normal school. . Mr, H.'A. Tawney is building a res idence on his new place bought of Robert Rand. . Mi's. W, J. Baker is in poor health and confined to her bed. , ;., . ' Mi and Mrs. Stewart came; up from Portland on Saturday, GOOD THING TO . Leaning on our reputation for we know it is the best big values for little money is making it. And one of the best values we ever uttered is our Ladles' Fine Dongola . Goodyear Welt Lace Shoe at $2, 75c. under price. You know the welt costs us 2oc a pair extra and ' is the best kind of a sole. .' ' . . Can't be duplicated. If you' miss it you will miss it. 1 . SCHOOL SHOES, good 7 to 10, at $1 and $1.20. Misses' Oil Grain and Fine Kangaroo Calf Shoes....!,..... ........frora $1.25 to $1.65 Few of those Youth's School Suits left at ....2.75 And Boys' fall weight suits at..,. ....1.35 These are all exceptional values. ' h THE PEOPLE'S STORE. . Returned from Klondike. '. . . Mr. Joseph A. Wilson, who left Hood River in July, 1897, for the gold fields of Alaska, returned on the belated train from Portland Wednesday morn ing. He left Dawson September 1st and stopped 4 days in Skagway. Mr. Wilson is in excellent health but lost 31 pounds in weight since leaving Hood River.. The arctic climate has also piofusely sprinkled his whiskers with gray. Kaiiroaas ana steamboats have fechiced the time between Skag way and Dawson' and made travel more safe and comfortable than when he first struck the Skagway trail. He was on several stampedes, but never located but one good ilaim, and was swindled out of that by the gold commissiOjiier. The man with a pull can sometimes get a claim recorded he- tore the original discoverer can get near enough to the gold commissioner, to' gain his ear. Mr. Wilson has some utidevel'iped mining property but doesn't know how it will pan out. He says the Klondike discovery has devel oped more liars to the square inch than ever was heard of in any other part of the world. One man whom he knew had been in hard luilt was was helped by bis friends tp get out of the country, and the Examiner reported that he came home with $50,000. The man who brought the first newspaper con taining the news of Dewey's victory read it in a saloon hall to 200 persons and charged 50 cents a head admission. Joe was one of the audience. It was reported by the newspapers that the man hud made $1,000 out of that one copy of a newspaper. Mr. Wilson will renmin bi Hood Kiver for: a few days and then go to California, where lie has some business interests. He may also go to Pennsylvania. His many old friends are glad to see him and to know that he stood so well the rigors of the Alaska climate. He will return to. Dawson 'some time , between now and next spring. Drowned. 1 Sunday afternoon some of the young men belonging to Mason's railroad camp just below town went swimming in the slough near the ice house. One young man named Homer Houghion had swam across the slough, but on his return was taken with cramps and drowned before help could reach him. Deceased had, been workiug for Con tractor Mason for about two weeks. He had told some one that he came from Indiana, but further than this nothing is known of him. It wits a plain case of accidental drowning, but the coroner was noli Med and he ordered Justice Prather to hold an Inquest. The jury fount! the following verdict: "We. the undersigned jury summon ed by Geo. T. Prather, J. P., and act ing coroner of Wasco county, Oregon, to inquire into the cause of death of the body of deceased now before us, find that the. name of deceased was Homer Houghton; his age about 21; height about 5 feet 8 inches; weight about 150 pounds; fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair; that he came to his death by accidental drowning while bathing in Ihe slough opposite Mason's camu, on the O. R. & N.. near railroad f bridge No, 117, on the afternoon of Sunday, September 18, 1808." Signed by H. L. Howe, T. B. Kent, Robt. Rand, S. J. LaFrance, Frank Noble, G. fc Evans. - - Hood River School. The Hood River school opened Mon day September lOtii, with an unusual large enrollment. Several of the out lying districts being represented by students in attendance An interest was manifested in "Higher Educa tional Work" by the fact, that quite a number are improving the opportunity of the 0th giade work. Nuiuberen- rolled in eucli grade: -' Miss Stevens' department First grade, 12; second grade, 16; third grade, 14. , Miss liraham's department Fourth i grade, 23; fifth grade, 23. ! Miss White's department Bixth grade, 14; seventh grade, 14. - . K. K. A I Jam's department Iiiighth grade, 17, ninth grade, 0. Total en rollment, 142. Wanted. Heavy teams, for railroad work. Inquire of A. Mason, at rail road bridge 117, near Hood River., -; e ,. George Chamberlain of Corhett, Or., is attending the Hood River school in Prof. A Hard's room and makes his home in the family of the editor of the Glacier, i . The following pupils from outside the district are -attending the Hood River school: Miss Myrtle Trask of Cascade Locks: Laura Hill, Nettie Kemp, Maie Masiker, Louis Baldwin,. Chester Sears. 1 imothy seed at Dallas & Spangler's. Mr. Geo. McCollister and family,who have been visiting -with Postmaster Yates and family, returned to their home at Kansas City on Wednesday. LEAN ON. G. A. R. Camp Fire. A joint committee from Canby post and W. R.' C. met on Saturday and made arrangements for holding a camp fire oil Friday evening, September 30th, in A. O. U. . W. hall, commencing at 7:30. Kevs. J. L. Hershner, J. 1 Merrill and Frank Spaulding have lieen invited to deliver addresses on the subject, "'Our Country: its Past, Present and Future." The reverend gentlemen will each choose his part of the subject, Short addresses will be made by members of the Grand Army and Relief Corps. A 'committee on music will see that -good music will help out the programme. To Cure Cou.-4lipai.iuii T'orever. ' Talte Ciisi'in-ets Cimdy Cathnrtic. 10c or25o. It C. C. C. fall to cure, drumjlsts rtjfuncl money. The Barrett School. ' Sohool in district 4 will open October 3d in the old school house., Owing to delays the' new building will not he ready before the first of, November. For the benefit of those who finished the eighth grade, classes will be formed in the following branches: Algebra, general history, civil govern merit, book keeping, composition and rhetoric, and physical geography. Until the new building is completed only preliminary steps can be taken, in the. advance work, but afler that regular work will betaken up. Those that were' in the school last 1 term need not get new books until-the grades are arranged, which will he done some time during (he first week. The plans at that time will have to be rearranged to fit the changed conditions since lust winter. H. L. Howe.'; No-To-Bao for fifty Cents. . Guaranteed tobacco Uabit cure, makes weak men strong, blood pure. 50c, SI. All druggists. Born. In Hood River valley, September 16, 18&8, to Mr. and Mrs.'E. W. Udell, a son 13 pounds. Educate Tour Itoweln With Cascaretii. Candy Oatlmrtlc, curn constipation forever, toe, 26e. , If C. C. C. fall, dniRsists refund money. A Critical Time. The packers at the' battle of Santiago de Cuba were all heroes. . Their heroic efforts in getting ammunition and ra tions to the front saved the day. P.E. Butler of - pack train No; 3, writing from Santiago de Cuba, on July 23d, says: "We all had diarrhoea in more or less violent form, and when we land ed we had no time to see a doctor, for it was a case of rush, and rush night and day to keep the troops supplied with ammunition and rations, but thanks to C ham herlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, we were able to keep at work and keep our health; in fact, I sincerely believe that at one critical time this medicine was the in direct savior of our army, for if the packers had been unable to work there would have been no way of getting supplies to the front There were no roads that a wagon train could use. My comrade and myself had the good fortune to lay in a supply of this med icine for oui; pack train before we left Tampa, and I know in four cases it ab solutely saved life.'' The above letter was written to the manufacturers o( this medicine, the Chamberlain Medicine Co. ,Des Moines, Iowa. For sale by Williams & Brosius. The New Mill Will not advance the low prices for pretty dishes and all kinds of stationery that you will find on sale at my store. . S. J. LA FRANCE. - : it Wanted. i ' A home for a boy 14 years old, where he can g-o to school. State terms. Apply at Glacier office, or address S. L. Q.ulmby, care Hotel State, Walla '.Valla, Wash. s-23 Wanted. Some one to cut and load aboard the car at Hood Klver 80 tier of wood, part oak and part pine. The timber is mile south of Belmont church. For particulars address 811 CHAS. KLREY, Wasco, Or. Seed Wheat and Eye. A good quality of seed wheat and rye for sale. Wheal at market prices and the rye at CO cents per bushel. C. DAVIS. ; DENTISTRY. 7 DR. E. T. CARNS . Is now located in Portland, at 113 Russell street. Will make regular trips to Hood Kiver on the first of every month and remain three days. , . M. P. SHAW; M. D. (Successor to Dr. Morgan) ' All Calls Promptly Attended Office up stairs over Copple's store. All calls left at. the office or residence will be promptly attended to. GO , I ML uLMulLtA' rnHKWIALY, '. CHAS. N. CLARKE, Prop., For Drugs, Drug Sundries, f ; Patent Medicines and Toilet Articles.1 Also, Taints, Oils and Wall Paper. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. 4 . ' T ' .-' ' - HOOD RIVER, OREGON. r have opened a choice lot of Groceries in the store room formerly occupied by the Hbod River Pharmacy. Will also deal in Flour, Feed, etc." Our goods are all new and choice, and we will aim to keep the best at all times. Quick sales and small profits will be our motto. Come and see us. C. L. COPPLE. GEO. P. CROWELL, " -f' Successor to E. L. Smith Oldest Established House In the valley. 1 , .... .. ;. -. i . -. dealer ix ; , ; - '.-.,".'. IDr37" i G-oqds, Clothing;, -AND . Flour, Peed, HOOD RIVER, . - - - DALLAS & SPANGLER DKALEES IN- Kitchen Furniture, PLUMBERb' GOODS. - , Pruning Tools, Etc. , v ... We have a new and complete stock of hard ware, stoves and tinware; to which we will keep constantly adding. Our prices will con tinue to be as low as Portland prices. Repairing Tinware a Specialty. Planet Junior hand and horse Cultivators. Studebaker Wagons. Canton Clipper chilIesdte,e?d Plows & Cultivators, All styles and sizes. For Repairs . " Give me a call. Extra Shares and Plow Parts - Always In stock. IL F. DAVIDSON. PIONEER MILLS, Habbison Bbos., Pbop'ks, ; , ...'-."- Manufacturers of .. i Dressed and 1 Undressed. . Flour, Feed and all kinds of ceieals ground. . Whole Wheat Graham . - . a specialty. , . , HOOD RIVER, r - - , - - - OREGON. JOHN LELAND HENDERSON. Attorney-at-Lau Abstracter, Notary Public and Jxeal estate Agent ' For 21 years a resident of Oregon and Wash ington. Has had many years experience In Real Estate matters, .as abstracter, searcher of titles and agent. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge. - 1 Timber jLandj Act June 3, 1878. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office. The Dalles! Ore- f on, Aug.23, 1898. Notice Is hereby given that n compliance with the provisions of the act of congress of June 8, 147S, entitled "An act for tne sale ot timDer lands in tne states or Cal ifornia. Oresron. Nevada and Washington Territory," - ' GILFORl D. WOODWORTH. Of Hood Klver, county of Wasco, state of Ore gon, has this day tiled in this office his sworn statement No. 125, for the purchase of the northeast of northeast y, of sect ion No. 21, In township 2 north, range No, 9 E..W.M., and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to saia lana oerore tne negisier ana Receiver of this office at The Dalles. Oregon. on Saturday, the 29th day of October, 1898. ie names as witnesses: t rea Jiuniz. j ranrc of Hood River, Oregon. , Any ana an persons claiming aaverseiy tne above-de3cribed lands are requested to tile thei- claims in this office on or belore said 29th day of October, 1898. a2lo28 JAY f. LUUAo, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Aug. 20, 1898. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler ha.4 tiled notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made be fore the Register and Receiver, at The Dalles, Oregon, on Wednesday, October 5, 1898, vizr , CONRAD REPP, Of Viento, Homestead Application No. 4063, for the northwest southwest Vt, south A southwest Ji, and lot 4, section 81, township 3 north, range 10 east, W. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, vie: James M. Chitty of Viento, Oregon, and H. Prigge, R. J. Ellis and J. O. Eastman of Hood Kiver, Oregon. a2 , JAY P. LUCAS, Register. WANTED TRUSTWORTHY AND ACT ive gentlemen or ladies to travel for re Rponslble.established house In Oregon. Month ly S i5 and expenses. Position steady. Kefer encc. I ncloxe self-addressed stamoed envelope. The Dominion Company, Dept. Y, Chicago. TO Etc., Etc, - - - OREGON -THE- - 1 REGULATOR - LINE." TteMlesioliafltoi Navigation Co. Through Freight and Passenger Line. DillllMPcftfl' All Freight Will Come Through Without Delay. Leave The Dalles. 8.45 A. jf. Leave' Poitlantl 7.00 a. m. , PASSENGER RATES. One way 1 50 Round trip....,...'...., t 50 Freight Rates Greatly Reduced; . : W. C. ALLAWAY, ' General Agent. THE DALLES, OREGON Time. Schedules. Depart Frni HOOD KIVER! Abjiive " Fast Mail 10: p.m. Salt Lake, Denver, Vast JJoiV v i wovui.timami. Kansas City. Ht Louis, Chicago and the East. Walla Walla. Sno- Spokane . Flyer : 4:4u p.m. Kane,ivimneapoiis; Kpokane 7:45 a.nV. St. Paul, Dulutli, Milwaukee, Chi cago and East. ; JJalles local daily ex. ftundav, ' 10:45 a. m. ' Sunday,. -12:15 p. m, Ialfc:s locitl ';wily ex. rsujuin.v, . p. ni, Snwliiy. 1:08 p.m. -' THE DALLES. .. . ... x ; . From PORTLAND. 8 p.m. Oceax Steamships' 1 All Railing dates sub) ject to chance. . . I- ' ' For San Francisco Bail Sept. 1, , 11, Hi, zz, Zll. j 7 p.m. ,To Alaska- .' f C 'p.m. Sail iopt. i. : j i 8 p.m. Columbia Riveb ! 4pm. Steamers. irHt!r.4iiiv Ex. Sunday Saturday, 10 p.m. To Astoria and way1 landings. Willamette River. ; . i m Oregon City, New- Kxiidov. berst.saiem fc way . ' lauding.' .... 6 a.m. Ex. Sunday WlLIAMETTH ANH-' Fi;:j p.m. Yajshu.l Rivekh. jj,!,, wetl Oregou City, Dayton, Hvid Fii. and way landings.' 7 a.m. Tues. Thur. . and Sat. 6 a.m. Tues, Thur. and Sat. Willamette River. : 4:y iJllt Portland to Corval- Tues. 'i'liiir. lis & way landings.j nntl f;at." ' ' 1 ' " ll.v l.ewist'n SNAKE RlVKR. '-irirt.l'l.dlli- Riparia to I.eviston t x.Fi iriav. Lv.Riparia, 1:15 a.m. daily ex.Sat, , ,-. W. H. HORMMTItT,- Gen'l Pass. Agent, Portland, Or E. B. Clark, Agent, Hood River. Skin Diseases;;' For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham berlain's iifye and Skm Ointment is without an eqnal. It relieves the itch ing and smarting almost instantly and its continued nse effects a permanent cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, scald head, sore nipples,-itchm'g piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and granulated lids. horses are the best tonic, blood partner andvermirugc. Frice; 25 cents. Sold by'- KuKwalp by William i-fc 1; -Plymouth Hocks. Young fuii-b'ionded Plymouth Itr-fk Rnm. ters. for j,a!e at ii) cents each; they wit! seti- 70- ' Mil) . MRS. A. i. It-cWCJ..