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"fttTPAY. NOVEMBER 38, 1900.
j Xmas novelties at Coe'a.
J -For Mama" at Sherrill'a.
Games, just received, at Coe's.r ,
I Dr. Brosius' horse for sale, $75.
I The Honeymoon" at Slum-HTa.
J Sew crop walnuts,
1 Fresh, crisp crackers,
I Fresh roasted peanuts,
I Fine teas and coffees, at
tine hoob Bitm Bamby.
gxeelsior.1901 diaries at Coe & Sons.
J Bajr mincemeat at Hood River Bakery,
J xU kinds of earthenware teapots at
CoeASo11'8' :
J Go to C. L. Rogers & Co. for ladies'
'fine neck wear.
New furniture for the Christmas trade
: ttSberrilVa.
I Waterproof oils for shoes and harness
Men wanted to cut wood. Apply at
f Eeciprocity corner. ,
E. E- Savage, sole agent for Oliver
1 clows and extras, i
1 Tfu beat cheese in the market at
j Hood River Bakery.
j Good horse and harneis for sale by C.
Welds, the shoemaker.
i tut those ' Brownie lunch baskets at
f Sherrill'a furniture store. ;
. Look at those 'new rockers at Sher
rill's. They are dandies.
i "A Chi d off of the Old Block" at
k ii :m. Gnn uwA ana if
An elegant line of Christmas pictures
gt liartniees lurnnuro stum.
C. L. Rogers & Co. have a nice line of
bova and girl's nats ana cape.
Those hew iron beds at Sherrill'a are
fast the thing for a hoiiaay gin
Wanted. At Hood River baker;-,
apples, eggs, lard and butter, lerms
cash. '
The finest display of CI rNmas rock
ers at Bartmess' ever shown in Hood
River. i - .
Sweet potatoes, cranberries, oranges,
lemons and bananas, at Hood River
Sherrill has just opened the finest line
of holiday pictures ever shown in Hood
River. Call and see them.
For Sale. Four lots in Blowers addi
tion, the choice of that suburb.
E. E. Savaob.
For Sale h)4 acres, mile and a quarter
south west of town; good large house ;
young orchard, fine location. Inquire
of Geo. T. Prather.
Apple Boxes. Davenport Bros, are
running their box factory night and day,
Send in your Orders for boxes; white
pine lumber. All orders promptly filled.
Turkey Shooting A shooting match
will be held in the rifle pits at Joe Pur
ser's place, Tuesday, Nov. 27th, at 10
o'clock. Everybody invited. Bring
along your turkeys. Milton Pbaleb.
Here is a Bargain A four room dwel
ling in good repair; lot ouxiuu; centraiiy
located ; three blocks from depot; in town
1500. Call on Geo. T. Prather for furth
er particulars
Here is the best bargain in the towii
of Hood River. Oregon ; one 6f the best
riinfes corners in town: 3:"-lbts; good
buildines, title perfect; must be sold in
the next 30 davs. Price down to the
bottom. , Call on the right person, Geo
T. Prather. V-
Dr. F; C. Brosius has removed to his
new residence at the west end of OaS
street, midway between the school house
and armorv. and can I found in his of
fice over Williams & Brosius drug store
between the hours of 10-11 a. m., 2-3
and 6-7 p. m
Say, can you tell me where to get a
townshiD nlat? Yes; Geo. T. Prattler's
got e'm ; also, blank deeds, mortgages
and any kind of blank you want; up to
HatA inn: nn old stock to Sell off i most
A cougar story comes from the East
Side. One day last week G. W. Parsons'
boys came home and reported a cougar
in the woods along the road towards
town. Mr. Parsons took his shotgun
and went oat with the boys to look for
the cougar. Arrived at the spot where
the animal was seen they conld see
something in the brush but not distinct
ly enough to tell what it was. The
hunters hesitated to tackle a cougar
with a shotgun loaded for birds. Wm.
Kennedy happened along while they
were holding a council of war and ad
vised Parsons to shoot and take the
chances. He fired at the object and
there was great commotion in the brush.
He fired the other barrel at the first op
portunity and then discovered that he
had killed a big fat porcupine, weighing
about 60 pounds. Mart Rand's cougar
is still at large.
The pamphlet of information about
Hood River, gotten out by the Glacier
and E. R. Bradley, last summer, was by
far the best advertisement Hood River
ever received. There is still a large
number of these pamphlets on hand that
should be distributed. The books are
for sale by E. R. Bradley, the printer,
at 10 cents apiece. Mr. Bradley often
has calls. from a distance for the book,
and often the person ordering supposes
that he has them for free distribution.
Mr. Bradley has been supplying the
book in such cases, but it is not right
that he should do so. A fund should be
raised by some means that would pay
for the books and for their distribution,
s The Davenport Bros, are prepared to
build a lateral ditch to supply Belmont
with plenty of water for irrigating pur
poses, provided satisfactory right of way
can be obtained. The ditch will run as
high as the Barrett school house.by John
A. Wilson's place and J. F. Armour's
house. It would seem that farmers
would be willing to grant right df way
when their neignbors as well as them
selves would be benefited thereby. If this
lateral is built it will greatly benefit
farmers who cannot now get water from
the Hood River Supply Co. at the pres
ent time, as it will furnish parties below
who are now using their water.
The ladies of the United Brethren
church will give a bazaar the 12th of
December. The place of holding it will
b) given in next week's Glacier. The
selection of articles will be useful and
ornamental. We speak for a share of
the public patronage. It will be given
in time to send the purchases to friends
at a distance for Christmas reminders.
All those who have kindly donated work
and articles will please leave them at
Bartmess' furniture store by the oth of
December. Com.
Tnesdav evening at the U. B. church,
there was organised a brotherhood of
Andrew and Fhiliu of 20 members, and
number more to loin who could not be
nresent lit that -lime A gymnasium
,;si;l roodinor rnnm are under contemola-
. . . i Aii. -
t on and will soon ne started, ine
organization is Christian in its efforts,
and while under the auspices of the U.
B. church will welcome any and all men
tn memherehiD whether Christians or
GrandDa Ellis has disposed oi nis
nlnA nn Phelns creek to his son Ralph
and hniiffht threo acres adioinine his
unn-ln-law. Burns Jones. He has erectea
a neat cnttasre and made other improve
ments nn the olace mat ne expect w
mate hia nermanent nome. ne is in-
taraataA in nnnltrv and has some fine
thoroughbred pullets that wm soon oe
making good returns.
Arthur Bonney, son of A. A. Bonney,
oaed twelve venrs. was taken sick one
noolr avn Tnesdav. The doctor pro-
. ' ... WL.1
nounced the case scarlet iever. a ne uuy
has been very sick but is now getting
along nicely, and his early recovery is
looked tor. The case naB oeen uvuku,
and there is not much fear of a spread
of the disease in this community, t
Klose TilHcum literary society organ
ized at Frankton school house last Sat
urday night The first debate was on
. . tm 1 I iUi a a ta
the subject, "ttesoiveu, uia wuircy
more to be desired than education.
Subject for debate next Friday evening,
"Kesoivea, tnai iguurm,-c uu
tion have caused more bloodshed than
pride and ambition."
F. W. Angus' chickens are making a
Christmas Ladies' Home Journal.
The Christmas Ladies' Home Journal
offers a superabundance of literary
and artistic features in most, attractive
form. Among its nearly twoscore con
tributors are Mrs. Lew Wallace, Eliza
beth Stewart Phelps, Charles Major,
William Perrine, Clifford Howard and;
Elizabeth Lincoln Gould, While A. B.
Frost, W. L. Taylor, Reginald B. Birch,
Henry Hutt, George Gibbs and as manv
other illustrators supply its pictorial
features. Apart from the articles having
special holiday timeliness of interest.the
notable features of the Christmas Jour
nal include "The Innkeeper's Daughter
who Dissolved a President's Cabinet,"
"What May Happen in the Next Hundred
Years," "Jerusalem as We See it To
day," "Two women's Gifts ot Twenty
five Millions," "The 'Little Men' Play,"
a dramatization for Louise M. Alcott's
delightful story ; "Where Children See
Old Nick." "The Fourteenth Man,"
"Two Christmas Davs at Rock Farm."
and "The Successors of Mary the First,"
"the Story of a Young Man," and "Hie
Blue River Bear Stories," which
are continued. .toward tlok has
a thoughtful article on Christmas cele
bration, and there are various articles on
women's wear, Christmas presents and
edibles, while various other practical,
helpful themes are ably presented. By
The Curtis Publishing Company, Phila
delphia. One dollar a year; ten cents a
copy. ;
City ElcctloD.
The city election will be held next
Monday. A caucus was held Tuesday
evening, at judge l'ratner s omce, to
nominate three candidates for aldermen
and a candidate for treasure r. L. N.
Blowers acted as chairman of the meet
ing and J. B. Hunt secretary. A ticket.
to be known as the taxpayers' ticket,
was placed in nomination, as follows:'
Aldermen Dr. M. F. Shaw, D. Mc
Donald and H. D. Langille.
Treasurer Geo. 1. Prather.
Twenty-five votes were cast. It was
reported on Tuesday that a caucus was
I i i r , ' I.: J. . I.
neia monaay evening, rcauiwug m mo
nomination of Truman Butler, J. F.
Watt and O. B. Hartley for aldermen.
Today (Wednesday) is the last day that
a ticket can be filed with the recorder.
The Rhyme Social.
The ladies' aid society of the Congre
gational church will give a rhyme social
at A. O. U. W. hall on Thursday
(Thanksgiving) evening. The following
will be the programme:
Duet. "Beautiful Moonlight."..................
Mica Airna DuIcm and Mrs. A. B. Canneia.
g'oi'0l ...Ml8s Jessie Roger
Solo, "The Three Beggars." unas. x. u;ri
Recitation, Selected, ...Mrs. Louise Ooddard.
Bong, "Rock-a-bye Baby," Nola Atterbury.
Mrs. A. B. Candeld and Dr. K. C. Broslu.
will he interspersed
with home-made poetry, in which each
lady will tell in her original way how
she earned one dollar for the society.
Admission only 15 cents. Let every
body come. .
Special Social Notes.
Editor Glacier: One of the most pleas
ant and enjoyable affairs that has lately
transpired was that of a five o'clock tea
sip and dainty luncheon at the home of
Mrs. F. E. Jackson, Friday evening,
served by the hostess and daughter in
their most nleasan't and entertaining
manner, in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Hines
of Portland. Those present were r.
Mra Hinea. the ladies' aid of the
M. E. church and Mrs. Harry Bailey
and son. A very pleasant evening was
spent by all. 1 ,
Mrs. .Da.iey. o. jcj. awwi.coo
all his blanks are Prln mf B00d record for this time of year, when
his township plats are the best I have . . Wa .. 7ft hng
ever seen
One of the best farms in Hood River
valley, West Side, containing 94 acres ;
well improved; plenty of water; 1
miiea fmm fawn. Price 150 per acre
A fine farm. 160 acres, three miles
White Salmon landing. Wash,
Well improved, and goes at a bargain
For sale by Geo. T. Prather.
For Bale a nne sioca anu irw. mim,
KnnlainiKff 9iC ftftreH. 8 ttllleS IfOUl tOWn.
Will sell all in one body, or I will divide
it nn into 80-acre tracts. Small orchard,
eggs are a good price. He has 70 hens
and gathers so eggs a uy . u
Black Minorca, Light cranmai", jiwu
Leghorns and the common scrub stock.
He says the latter are doing as well as
anv of his hens.
. ... i . .
a r riarner iii nutting a new lining
in his well with terra cotta pipes, it
will be up to date when finished. Mr.
Garner is a rustler and keeps his small
place in good order, ne nan iy
idded three acres to his place by a pur
chase from Mr. Stranahan. ,
Mrs. Joseph Teal was up from Port-
Suggests that you bring i your feet, or send them in. If you cahX
do that, send in your size and surround your feet with some of these .
t comfort insurers.
Felt Boots, from youths' size 1 to men's No. lis, $1.80 to $2.75.
Snow Excluders or Arctics, Rubbers the very best, and all sizes.
Felt Shoes, Slippers and Fur-trimmed Juliets, very neat and warm.
First MofLeatefcMwifillasiyliiDlL
No bankrupt stock, damp stocks, fire stocks, fizzle stocks, humbug
Wool and fleece-lined Hosiery that will give perfect satisfaction.
Fascinators that are beauties and extraordinary at our prices.
Ladies', men's and children's Mittens and Gloves.
Big reduction in Royal Tailor suits to measure. The question is
not whether you can afford to buy, but whether you can afford not
to buy of us.
Carry a nice line of .".
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Underwear,
Choice Cured Meats and first-grade Lard,
Hour and Feed.
Our prices will be lottfti as low as is cousistent with fair deal
ing and legitimate profit.
Goods delivered free of charge, .r
tup npw STORE .uaa reiiows ou""'B
Hair pins, per package
1 cent
Hooks and Eyes, all sizes, per card 2 nta
German Darning Needles, assorted sizes, per pacaage.
Sharp's Needles, per package .'
Eagle Pins, per package
Curling Irons, each
Children's Handerchiefs, each
Turkey Red Handkerchiefs, each .".
initio! hemstitched Handkerchiefs, each
Turkish Towels, fine value, each.... 8 cenU
Farmers Suspenders, wide webbing, leather tips, extra value..20 cents
10 oz. Overalls, continuous fly.well made, special value,? pair..65 cents
It's not tne mighty dollar now, out tne migmy nicnei
help you save tnem. , ,
4 cents
6 cents
5 cents
5 cents
2 cents
4 cents
5 cents
The New Store, Odd Fellows' Building.
Tour Face
Shows the state of your feelings and the
state of your health as well. Impure
blood makes itself apparent in a pale
and sallow complexion, Pimples and
Skin Eruptions, it . you are-ieomm
weak and worn out, ana oonui
l.ltK anrvenranee.. VOU StlOUia WV
daughter Aldine spent several days in Acker's Blood Elixir, ft cures all blood
Portland. During their stay there they digeft8eg) where cheap sarsaparillas and
attended a church social. A recitation gHed purifiers fail ; knowing this, we
was requested of Aldine, aner which hub every bottle on a positive guarauwo.
t y
u J
me iwm
I have just opened a line of elegant Fictures for the holiday trade,
the finest assortment that has ever been shown in Hood River, in
cluding some of the finest designs In Photo Panels and Color Photos.
Also, the newest designs In frame. I am offering these to my pa
trons at very low prices.
I shall open a stock of new Furniture Oils week, Iclu4ing the
newest patterns in Bedroom Suites, Iron Beds, Rockers, Dining
Chairs, etc., at Portland prices. I have an expert mechanic in the
shop to frame pictures. My stock of Doors, Windows, Moldings,
Paints and Oils Id unsurpassed for a town of this size.
Beautiful Photogravure Mount
Notice Our Great Offer:
We will give you free your choice of ae of these beautiful pictures
each time that you purchase, for cash, 1.60 worth of our goods till
you get them all.
No other store in our line can offer them. Come nd see them.
Time Schedule
E. Bound.
Williams & Brosius.
Barrett School.
Fnllowina is a report of Barrett school,
j:..: a for tV.fl month enuintc rov.
n 1900: '
, . nit .
K..r..Unr nt Aavn attendance.
UUUIUfil V ww-.
Aava fthspnee. 161 ; nuiuuer
:Q arrlv. 12: averace number at
tending. 61: average number belong-
ing, 68. .
house, barn, and nearly all under ience. . r, Aava x..t week. She ex
80 acres in 'cultivation; plenty oi goou - ion fol the Hood
" -ti K inna
water, 3 large springs,
dress Geo. T. Prather,
Call on or ad-
Hood River, Or.
uvnenr. as seen alter tne
; ' ..
.inrm anil saia sne wuuiuu i
missed the sight for a small fortune.
Waucoma lodge. No. 30, Knights
Aatonitiinff low prices in Booth s ar. wm l Nn. 30. Kniehts of
, o . i if nuwiuK w3'f - f
I? w PioimrH is sick with pneumonia, tji,iQ will attend church at the. -ton
C.L.Copple has been Wd opith Uregational church next
town last Sat-
iirriu for the first time in five weeke,
f!,i Rxntnciffle up from Portland
on Monday. He is engaged in contract
ing and building and reports Dusinewi
stack in his line.
A letter received from Miss Alice
rw.. atotaa that siifl is employed in
the cloak department of a big wholesale
linnse in Lafavette, Ind.
' tk; HAinop examination week at the
Hfthool. school closed on
Wednesday for the week. ; It will open
aeain next Monday, December 3d.
i w ronnell and children ar-
.. a Lnm Vnroht. rirnvA 8aturdav evt
ning and Monday morning moved to the
mttftffe on Mrs. Alma Howe's place.
The stock ordinance will go into effect
Twhoi. it. After that date, for the
UGLbUIWVt ' - - .
xi w t ftnHarii will render a
ir. J.A.., " . .... m ill
i nn. of fhia service enuiiea a
vuuai c"'v
lrpam of Paradise."
.n that fnll six inches deep an
. th lqUov In at. week is all gone, it
disappeared in less than a week without
wind. Sunday last a neavy ia
mnttnnaA all ilftv. , Since then we have
had fair weather.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Bishop and son
Lloyd, and Mrs. J. E. JJisnman ana
family, left Wednesday for Pasadma,
Cal., where they will spend the ter.
Mrs. Dishman win vaiw s "
Cmmi Gibbons.
ti. nIn,iuH r( the Hassalo club will
have an informal dancing party at their
club rooms this oveonesaay;
All members arerequeswsaMi
(1 rant Evans.durinz the week.received
wedding cards announcing the marriage
flfttterins compliments,
A 6 o'clock dinner was served by
Mrs. Harry Bailey. Monday, in honor
of Dr. and Mrs. Hines. The evening
was spent pleasantly by the party in
dulging in old friendship chat and
jokes. " CoB-
Notice to Knights or Pythias.
All Kniehts of Pythias of any K. of P.
lodges are requested to be present at
r.oatiA Hall of Waucoma lodge No. 30, K.
n p.. nn Saturday evening. Dec. 1st at
.. ,i..WIr frnm there the lodge Will
n in o UnAv tn the Congregational
church. Rev. J. L. Hershner has kind
ly consented to preach a sermon for
tha ArHer. Be sure. K. OI r, MJ vo vii
hand. Geo. T. Pbatheb,
ThA TwlA..Wek Ecuublic.
Every Monday and Thursday a news- Orpha Martley
paper as gooo as a magaiiuc chas Sonnicksen,
for it contains the latest oy teiegrapu e win,am Blocher,
. A A- 1L1... 1 W 1.1.
well interesting stories is seni mj mw wesiey inariim,
anhscribers of the Twice-a-Week KepuD- Leslie Bherrieo,
i; hih ia nnlv tl a vear. Orland Morse,
The man wno reaas mo mauci
Republic knows all about political, do
mestic and foreign events; is posted
about the marKets ana roBiuiwc iUirn.
Mie fwice-a-Week Republic -gathers a In Hood River valley,
v.:. .,!,. ahio information about house-1 to Mr. and Mrs,
hold affairs and late fashions and finds daughter.
recreation in the bright stories mat
under both the headings of fact
11:26 a.m.
8:27 p.m.
Mall and
ll:i p. m,
Laura Hinrichs,
Viola Wilson.
Gladys Markley,
Geo Bndgea,
Mae Koe,
Pearl Disbrow,
Max Hmnchs,
Mary Scrogm,
Lucy Jenkins,
Berril C Morey
March Morse.
Ralph Hinrichs,
Bvron Smith,
Flora Wilson,
8 p.m.
Salt Ike, Denver,
K't worin.iimunn.
Kansas City, Ht
Louia, Chicago
and the Kaak
Walla Walla, Spo
8t Paul, Duluth,
Milwaukee, VUl
cago and East.
gait liake, Denver,
Kt Worin.umunn,
Knnwis City. 81.
loul, Chicago
and the fcaai.
Z:l'l p. in.
Held High
tactical Painters.
Every gallon of i .
will coyer 300 or more square
feet of surface in average con
dition, two coats to the gallon.
Every gallon is a full U. &
standard measnre. It is made
to Paint Buildings 'with. It
is the best and most duriUa
House Faint made.
For Han Krancneo
Ball every aaaya.
Chas. N. Clarke, Agt., at the Glacier rnamacy.
Oolo him ftir pure freoh Drugs, Patent Medicines ana wan raper. rremii. -
Family Reelpeipecialty.
Mall and
6:60 a.m.
4 p.m.
U. 8. Commssioner.
Howard8hoemaker,Audry Markley,
n, liner upiuu,
Hulda Hinrichs,
Roy Blocher,
Clara Blocher.
Kent Shoemaker,
Ralph Sherrieb,
Alma Hinrichs,
Gracie Sherrieb,
Jones Scroggins, ' Floyd Arnold,
ULABB U. fllOBBT, trump.
Ex. Munday
10 p.m.
Ex. Sunday
T a.m.
Tue. Thur.
and sal.
Columbia Kivee
To Aatorta and way
Willamette Blver.
nrwon Cltv. Ne'
Derg,naiem a j
Oregon Clty.Daylon
and way lundlngi.
4 D.m.
and nab
Nov. 25, 1900,
Frank Caddy, a I
V.60 a.m.
Wfllnmdlti! River.
Portland to Rorvat
llaA way landing
Blparia to Lewltn
Notary Public.
Mriff li Onpv, M M it tea,
4:30 D.m.
Rnnena neb u paying taw for Bon-retldent. or anything pertalnlag iti
yean. Correspondence solicited. -i , ;
M n.m.
Mon, Wed.
anu rri.
t-M r.m.
Mon., Wed.
ana rri.
Church Kotiees.
L.v bewlst'n
Qen'l Patts. Agent, Portland, Or
J. WA01.KV. Agent. Hooa mver.
4 1 L .1 J 2
and fiction. There s gossip awut new T PnrtUnd it AS-
books and a dozen otner wwes ui ine vaucy v" " t ur ?bi. ' 77"
interest to the wide-awake man ana evening, at 7 , -v...
oman. ,
To remove a troublesome corn or bua
: f .olr the, rnrn or bunion in
warm water to soften it, then pare it
lllllll Kg closely as possible without
flrawing blood and apply Chamherlam s
Kin Balm twice daily; rubbing vigor
lilv for five minutes at each applica-
. 1... ohAiiM hi
next three months, it win oe r7 ,,7 Nnv.2L1900. of Henry
to keep your cows, ana norses - - to'Miss Eva Lorena Meyer.
bome. . x-ii ,. .varawul 180
.Hon. E. I,.S-ith went to Poran
Monday to auena a niwuu8 . .- . -... - -. -Thi h wg tbat the boy,
im,in arnnaition commissioners for of this weeg. Am
w -t---. lV. laj!h-i in the office have no w micy.
Oregon, ot wnicn ne while in Hood River
during the week, sold the old mill prop-
nn opmnnt nf the nressure of work
and busy times, the entertainment to
. . . .. . tt ... . will ha
De given Dy tne v. d. urviioauo
postponed until New Year's eve. Please
remember the date,
Mi uco started East on
Monday an I will make an etendei
visit wi-.h relatives and friends in Mich
igan and other states. Her address tor
the present will be Hudson, Michigan,
Ha Glacier has been requested to ask
the daughters of veterans of the civil
war to Itave their names at the Glacier
nffl. aii .ioncrhtei-fl of veterans lo
vears of age and over are requested to
leave their names.
Mrsi'D. G.' H U started Monday for
Alden. Iil;.-where she will winter with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs, Sidney Disbrow.
Ck i tsoA tK train bv Mrs.
Rose McCor. and the two ladies will
travel together as far as Illinois.
M rs. EntricaB has reopened the board
ciai .nA Fourth streets.
Th lAnoVin.i U fnnrenient to the busi
ness Dart of town, in a pleasant neigh'
b rhood. and under the new manage.
ment thir house wiil Drove to be pop-
niar - m Cntrimni will also have
rojme for boarders.
? . .. .. r 1 1 .anblfl tA
ine ndinc tne thb, i
n:i, Kaaleioh lor t250.
t, o made sale of the bal-
. iu i: Tt Nicolai's mill to
"a uU : last week. Considera-
tion, $1,200. .
Mrs. VISUM" J ..-.InrW
h ealth, and it is to help and ca re for er
i??: -u tit .mrl the winter at Pa.
un oho " 11 c
adma. . tn Pnrtland
U I aatrAVSi Will 1CL W
lllrj uuotuvp w as
zm j. nBB mw joaaA an
three days of tws weea
Barueu-. , . .. .- .tinff were
Two pairs o.cnr . .-.F- &
found ana usik
"Mis" Carrie Copple cams mjj -from Vi.
f. wttnrnma eonesaay.
Mrs G E. WUliam. is visiting
mrcarv got down toS Jegrc
betow ro a7G8rass VaUey, Sherman
nrearhms the sermon
V . . . , l..!l.,!
TT W PhilM-h A SDeCiai JUYluanu"
is extended to the young men to enter
au Sahhath school Class
nio ruuiiK uivi. - - ,
U...1nn II 1 1 M 111. tca.ft....A
m'.,. f!.lL at 6:30. At
a. ui, uu . r. - .. . auu
V.a ovsntnor fterVlOB. flilBB Jiuuv dumi.a.
.;n aino The vubiect OI , me eveum
" ... -- .... i
discourse will be "gooa
n..h r.t ti,m above teamen have been re-
" . ... . . . i ..viiia- I .. kill I .nil nr. m exwiicu, .ui "
a tteneral liniment, tor F"1"T : t 7.30. for the purpose oi rwiK."- -:, ic, nrDiator line n
T . J l.anKfl.IIIM P.lll K. Itt ""B " " " ' ' . ' " .1 II . V. 1 II lit 11 M W I " 1
ac lameness ana nreuiu.i,..".,. . Fraver meeiiiifc.
toon. A corn piaster -uuum The members ol tne j. wiii wctjv
a few days to protect it from the shoe. th home o the pagtor next Friday even-
es. lameness
is unequalled
For sale by Williams &
The pastor
zation. Prayer meeting i
every .v. - A,,,.K
will be in the lecture room "V. a am
toria Navigation Co
hi teamen
Regulator and
. SB. Si 4t ' At '
a xne uaues, nw "f j i x I
fi Vancouver and Portland, . H
nnlnu nn both (Ides of the tW mmmS0m. B S
fBueeesaor to E. L. Smith Oldest EatoblUued Hooae la the valley.)
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Chocs-
Hardware, Flour ana a eca, eic.
This old-established house will continue to pay cash for all its
goods; tt pays no rent; it employs a clerk but does not have to divide
with a partner all dividends are made with customers In the way of
reasonable prices. .
! to give iu
Regulator line Win enaeavor i
a the bent service poMiie,
iFor comfort, economy and pleasure, travel
by the steamem of tbBenlaur woe.
yi!u cltv leave The lui al 7 a.
"T" . . iraw afternoon from 2 to 4. All Tiv Thnrwlar and Haturday.
, :.....; the heat teacher, uscack- ic'j ' , i. nnnn h ir.Tf..t ivwint 1 a. in. Monday, weu-
Aaji- ' -aa. who ma? wisn io wumn r ci .
er's Enghsn Kemeay iu .u; v - Wect 0 reiisrious experience are wei
h.nrnroun. Should it fail to give im- D)ect i reiiuu. . - tor
no,Hnna church. ihe pastor,
... r
Rev. J. L. Hershner, win pre""'
11 m. and 1:9) p. m.
s.kiJi.t tha morninz service," Our
uuJOv.r- "y- itth. oven.
114 ..mm ia aiiai iwttKHLa. aw vuv vw-
inn service tnere wm i
r!Il. Nn. 3(1 K. of P..to whom
.'ir'r.rwT.I nreach on "The Com-
AHJ Kfl nut. nt thfl Urtn,fv.nanf HilDtUlne88. 4IW V. mu.
60c. Williams & Brosius.
'n t uno km in the city today
': .Ki. marbfitthe OUtDUtof Wm
CSv's fruH cinnery at H-oodlRiver,
ThA fruit Is the choicest.
and having
AI1I1UII(o . " .,
been put up right here atnome.isanowu Waucoma loage no.
ueeu h v .rv a mnHrt a laree .r mi T nreach on "Thi
to tresn. xnc v""j .c
cTffl fraiVto b found oSIhe marke, KStSl at 6 with Mrs,
roA hv nuine Acker s
I7THDeUSl" -i -- ...
niJnia Tablets. One little ta met 1 1
rive immediate relief or money refunded
23c and 50c. WUliams ot diwu.
i A. Jones, foreman of a gang of
laborers on the raiiroaa ner '
ra8 r itTsGphat 5.23
. ri-i- ininml and died
imnosure. He was a son-in-law of
Amos Root of Moeier. -
turertUe letter litrt.
Decker.Srs Christy Gest, H C
. ,,-u Rtnrtiu John
jjeaor8, i 'jnu x tit
Campbek, Iouis G Ctevenwn. W W
ramobelt Louis B Walters, W J
v" 1 - . I. -. IIjAvXtA
Campbell Lewis itmug,
Caster, U, aney
B lvVPortlanTf a. m.; arrive at The Dalle
'KlM Oak it. Uoca. Tne Dalle
office, Court atreet.
General Agent.
rrimber Land, Act June J, 187S.
arncss and Horse Goods,
Is In receipt of new goods every week.
HIDES and FURS bought and taken in tiado.
Bicycles repaired and Bicycles for rent.
Good music will
nAanA at all these services.
tt rrunhavntr nervices will d
LUIUU a. ijou-'o" "mo . c i .
held at the M. E. church " ".ursaay,
t 11 a. m. Bev. n. "'ucoi "
will preach the sermon
took place in the court
house last Thursday about noon.
United Btates Land Offlce. The Dalles, pre
..T. i im.Nni.ina la hereby alven
m nn'mnllanee with the provialona of the I
kcTof Congre of June . UM. M""
act for tue lAw.MnV
of California, uregon, .e "
too territory. u.IT,3,y.
of Portland, county of Multnomah, jtate of 1
Onwon, baa tbl. day filed to tble office bi
tbe norJiK northeart and north . north-
'J "'TuZaZ. tf.M-and wfll offer
Th proof w .tmw tbat the land aoiKbt I. more
Tne valuable for lt timber or atone tban for asrl-
And all kinds ol supplies for
WM it lEsdr msxm
Printing papers, card mounts, developers and ton'mg solutions.
Prices range from f5 to $20 for Kodaks.
" " ,. ,.,. ..,..1 ir. it mora I .n(l f1 Mtfthllnh hi Claim
rties immea aieiy ' " r: r C'e the Suiter and ver
Wtf, M. Yitis, P. M.
Willard 8. Hull and Ida M. Brown.both
. u.a The knot was tiea dy
Justice Michell. Mr. and Mrs. Hull re-
hoflt. Kamanl 1
Natural Finishing, etc.
S.TMATIS Geatis. E.tt. riU-Attv.
of tbla otnee at The Dalle., on Satur-
dav, the iwn aay oi juur7l .".
He namea ""f-v. Trr,.v
Oliver U Klehardsnn, Levi NealelgB ana tree
Mone. all of wooa in.nr, uimu. ,
"rr? "" .11 umi niaimtuE advenely the
abovedeacrlbed land, are rul to file
t(i rl imtl in 111 '11 ivw vaawi mv.- i
Tnjf OI JM JAYP.-L0CA8.Re8..ter.
Belgian Hares.
Leve order for dreaied Belviaa harwat
H. O. Everhart . or eU npon Mr. E- J. j
i iriui
szs u w u
With F.
E. JACEEON. Ho and tlio
PORT BROS, have over Ono Ilillion
feet of good Dry Luinhcr
atHaynes Spur.

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