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HOOD RIVER SUN.
HOOD RIVER, OR., NOV. 9, 1899
log At And genera ir.
Judge Kint was a visitor to The Dalles
last Thursday. ' " : ' . ,
W. R. Winans was a Dalles city visits
or last press day.
T "I? QniMoa its Airnin rr VA cfyaata
after A Short illness. ' ';'
P. S. Davidson mad6 a business trip
to the metropolis last press day. '
G. T. Prather was doing business in
the city of The Dalles on Tuesday.
Mrs. L. Ulark returned on Saturday
from a trip to Moro and The Dalles.
Mrs. A. J. Graham' antl Miss Graham
were Portland visitors on Saturday ' last.
?rank Davenport was doing business
in the big city down the Columbia last
Saturday. ' , - ' ', ;
tt T.il t t - 1 T -vr n:u
bons made a business trip to The Dalles
on Thursday last, ' .
Frank Ellison came up from Portland
on Tuesday to attend the funeral of his
Bister, Mr. C. A. Bell. ,
tt. H. Tomilson, of Mt. Hood, is quite
dangerously ill with erysipelas which
involves his entire head, ;:,
J. O. Eastman's two sons, Roy and
Archie, aged 12 and 8 years respectively,
are quite low with typhoid fever. ' .
W. E. Sherrill made a trin out to
Chenowith, Wash., last Thursday and
purchased fifty thousand shingles.
S. J. LaFrance made a business trip
to Portland on the evening train Sua
day, and returned Tuesday evening.
Dr. J. A. Geisendorffer, of The Dalles,
was in Hood River on the 5th instant as
consulting physician in the case of Mrs
c. A. Beii, :. s ; '.- .r ' .
Mrs. Chas Walter, of Chenowith, is
' convalescent from an attack of pneu
monia, at the home of her parents, in
Mabried. At the residence of ' the
officiating pastor, Rev. J. L; Hershner,
on Monday, Nov. 6, 1899, Mr. Pew Rob-
bins and Miss Maggie McCristion.
A large amount of wood is being
shipped . from Hood River these days
and many two-horse and fouf-horse
teams are busily engaged in getting it to
the railroad. . :
X'XlBB J.ICKH. Xb. OUMUpiCI, III tUUU
nurse from St. Vincent's hospital, Port
land, who cared for Mrs. C. A.Bell
during her illness, is spending a few
nr: ri T c r., A : .J
days in the valley.
Seneca Phelps,' of The Dalles, was
Shaking hands with his many friends in
Hood River last Saturday, having come
down on the morning boat and returned
on the evening train.
Mi. T?rrray.t tirda iir YVfn "PiT-f 1 1 Tl A T Vl 1 U
week, and while out to his summer res-
idence he combined business with pleas
ure by trading 40 acres of land for 40
acres belonging to Mr. Pierce Cox. '
. . i i- - j , ' 3 ' a . x
riouu xviver s pupuitir tuiu eiuuicui
tonsorial artists, Messrs. ' Evans & Rus-
sell, have -removed to their new quart
ers on Second Street. . The new parlors
are roomy, have splendid light and are
in every respect pleasant and commo
, - Attorney Henderson is somewhat of a
pedestrian himself and delights in long
rambles through the valleys and over
mountains. On Sunday, by way of a
Ht.tlA 'AYftrfMRA. Iia took A t.Wfilvft-miiA
tramp in Washington up the White
And still the sidewalk improvements
continue. This time it is a fine plank
Walk extending from the new brick
building along the block and connecting
with the walk fronting the store of S. J.
LaFrance. The Son would have had no
possible objection had the walk been
extended right up to this office. -' -'.
Whether it is because of his fair deal
ing, prompt and courteous attention, or
his advertising in the Sun, we know not,
(possibly all these reasons combined,)
but it is nevertheless a fact that Clyde
T. Bonney is doing a land office business
thse days. His store is a beehive of
industry and his meat trade is Certainly
extensive. - ' ' ' .' ' .
The pastor of the United Brethern
Church, Rev. H. K. Benson, will preach
at 11 A. M . The theme for the day will
be "Christians are a Conspicuous Peo
ple' The Sunday School will meet at
in i r t-i. v n a n t? . . .'
will be led by Miss Nanna Gerking at 7
P. M. ' You are invited to be present at
these services. ' ". .'-::,.:, ? ? .
In a recent issue of the Sun there ap
peared in the correspondence from
White Salmon, an item stating that Mr.'
a'n'fl Clarkson had joined the : Mormon
church. The" parties named refute, the
statement and desire to make this pub
lic correction ot the same. This we are
glad to do. We are informed that the
names should have read Mr.- and Mrs.
Larson. . . , ' ;
Hon. W. H. Whipple, county assessor
'6f this (Wasco) county, writes us as fol
lows; "I had one glimpse of the Sun a
I .3 . ,1 : . 1 ,
iisw Mtxya ngu, nuu ui iucqtj viwivo jn il?u
gross darkness is trying to cover the na
tioH with blighting effects the more sun
we have the less darkness. . Inclosed'
you will find my check for f 1.50, that,
its light may shine "in my office, and
may it ever shine as a beacon of honor
and to the confusion and dispersion of
darkness." ' '
Regular services will ' be held in the
M. E. Church - next Sunday. ' In the
morning the services will be conducted
by Rev. J. H. Feak and at night by the
pastor, Rev. F. R.' Spaulding. Sunday
School at 10 A. M. and preaching at 11
o'clock. Preaching at night commences
at 7:30; preceded by the Ep worth League
meeting a6 :45'; A cordial and- earnest
invitation is extended to all to" attend
these services and also the midweek
prayer meetings on- Thursday nights.- .:
. The following was written by Eva, th6
11-year-old siter of Mrs. C. A. Bell :
"My dearest sister has - gone from us
and never shall return. She lies out in
Idlewild. cemetery tonight under the
deep, dark ground, and I hope she will
meet my dear father in HeaVen and
walk in the Heavens above with him
She will soon be flying in the sky and
see every move I make and every istep I
take.: She is lying beside my father. tO'
night, cold in death, resting quiet and
happy: . Eva Ellison,
Judge Henderson is at work On a map
of Hood River and adjoining country
which, when completed will be quite a
valuable piece of property;. The map
takes in about seven miles square and
the different sections are drawn in in
delible and various colored paiiits. Each
piece of propety flhijwn on the map will
have the owner's narriie thereon together
with other data .which will .make, it of
almost inestimable value as a work of
reference. Mr. Henderson is putting a
great deal of careful labor on this map
and he will undoubtedly find it of great
service in his business in the days to
come. '.'. :, : ':,
The monthly 'business meeting of the
Christian Endeavor society of the Uni
ted Brethern Church was held Friday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D
B. Hartley, President E; E. Fix pre
sided. About seventy persoiis were
present and ten new members were re
ceived. After hearing the written re
ports of v the - various committees, the
evening was given over to a social time
A very pleasing variety of games, con
undrums, vocal ahdinstruinental music,
social conversation' and refreshments
entertained the company in a very en
joyable manner. . . Before leaving, the
company sang a parting song and gave
a Chautauqua salute in honor of the
hoBt and hostess. . - . ' ,
We are indebted to Mr. E. W. Winans
who furnished us with the following
item of interest. He says : "While wan
dering in the . woods recently we were
astonishedt seeing a channel cut into
the earth by the plunge of some pon
derous body. Looking up to discover
the cause ; supposing a section of some
dead tree had broken off and by force of
gravitation had penetrated the surface
of the earth, we were disappointed and
were about to conclude . a meteor had
descended there. On further investiga
tion we found that the boughs of some
willows broken at an angle of about 45
degress above 'the objeot in the earth
Having a shovel at hand we dug Into the
earth and at a depth of two feet or more
discovered a 100-pou'nd boulder that had
been belched forth from the throat of a
'Cyote'1 550 yards' .distant. (Cyote is a
technical term for a horizontal blast.)
This boulder had coin6 from the rail
road where grading is being done and at
the distance stated above.
A husking bee was given at the home
of Mrs. Erwin last Saturday evening,
it being the 40th anniversary of her
birthday. Everybody spent, an enjoy
able time husking the. large ears, of
course always trying to find -a red ear,
which gave them the right to Crown or
be crowned. After . the husking was
over the time was spent in pulling taffy,
eating popcorn, and in social conversa-tion.-,
Those present were:, Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Watson, Dr. and t Mrs. Adams,
Mr. and Mrs. Davidson, Dr. and Mrs.
Watt, Mr. and Mrs. Fostevin,. Mrs.
Graham, senior, Mrs. Spaulding, Mrs.
M. E.. Shute, Mr. and Mrs. Blagg, the
Misses- Clara Erwin, Gertrude Erwin,
Anna Smith, Lillian. Shute,', Carrie
Shute, : Florence Hall, Delia Boiling,
Miss White, Miss Elton; Messrs. A. J.
Graham, Will Davidson, Wm. Graham,-
Chester Shute, Chas. Shute, Ghas. Fos
tevin, Frank Ellison and Roland Spaul
ding. : All doclared theriiselves as having
spent a pleasant evening, and separated
after wishing the hostess another forty
more such anniversaries.. : . .
- Danger! Phelps Creek is contami
nated With the germs of typhoid fever.
People living along the creek should not
use its water for household purposes
without first boiling it. '- ' .
News o the Week Gathered by
; Oar Iodal Writers.
Belmont Breezes. ;
..W. A. Isenberg has secured a good
position on the Ainsworth dock at- Port
land. . '.-f :'.. ,: ''', ' ' -
The corn husks are quite thick in this
neighborhood this year. ; Back in Ken
tucky where the writer formerly lived
that was considered a' ign of a hard
winter.- . .- . . V . .
The "Volume of business doing these
boom days by the Hood River Trading
Co., has proven too much for then sec
retary, Judge Savage, and he is confined
to hs bed at his home here by an attack
of nervous prostration.
Miss Bess Isenberg has Seen employed
by. the -directors -of - the . Hood River
schools to teach the intermediate depart
ment vacated by Miss Graham, and
commenced her work Monday,1 MiSs
Isenberg' is a number one teacher and
holds a first ; grade certificate. Hood
River is to be congratulated on secur
ing her services. ' '..".;
; Two of our prominent citizens, ., while
chasing the boys on Halloween, met
near Judge Savage's corner and each
mistaking the other for one of the ma
rauders, commenced a' scrap which
promised to be quite lively for a few
minutes, but by mutual explanations
their wrath; was 'appeased and they
joined forces in their . chase after the
boys ' '' ' ; J; ,- .' : .''.,
G. V F.
J. W. Sims, of this citv.' was doing
business in the metropolis last Friday
Cascade Iox Explosions. -
Will Washburn is visiting the Locks.
T. M. B. Chastam spent Saturday in
Hood River. .
A. E. Trask sperit the fore part of the
week i Portland. -
Dr. Schrader has moved into his new
residence in Norway town. -
The weather, like one Oregon damsel
I knbw, is quite changeable. "
-Mrs.R. G. Connor is organizing a
Woodmen's Circle in the Locks.
Joe Jones returned home last Wed
nesday after an absence . of several
. Halfoween is past anil the denizens of
this locality can rest in peace for anoth
er twelve months. ,
Lincoln Weaver and family have
moved into the house formerly occupied
by Dr. Schroeder.
The rumbling of . the Government
"locomogine" reminds one of the . good
old days of '94 and '95. Y '
The K. of P.'s of Cascade Locks -gave
a banquet at Rodgers last Thursday to
the members and visiting brothers. '
The Inland made a through trip, from
Portland to The Dalles last Thursday,
passing the Lox without a mishap. .-'
C. E. Miller, a resident of Waitsburg,
Wash., but formerly of this place, is
visiting old friends around these dig
gings. " '.''''"'..
The O. R. & N. Co. has about twenty-
five men employed in the construction
of the new bridge over Herman creek
Also a couple of work trains. r ;
: ' ' ; Thb Stripper.
East Side Snapshots.
. (Pine Grove.) .
Mr. Engles, of Belmont, has been em
ployed on this side of the river for the
past two weeks. . .'.'-
Grandma Feak has not been very well
for some time but everybody hopes she
will be out again sooit.
Mrs. Mason has been quite sick for
some time but is now feeling better and
will likely soon be out again. - -
Mrs. Davisjwho has been visiting her
mother, Mrs, Feak, and other relatives,
started yesterday for home in far away
W. G.. Clellen, who hai been em
ployed on the Columbia Southern R. R
for the past two years, now has charge
of the bridge gang on that road : We are
glad to note the promotion of Mr. C. to
a position he is thoroghly competent of
filling. ' ..
The meeting , held Saturday evening
by the Columbia Literary Society for
the purpose of devising ways and means
for building a hall did not meet with
sufficient encouragement, and the pro
ject will be abandoned for the present.
It was intended to build the hall at
some point as nearly central to the Pine
Grove and O'Dell districts as possible,
thereby accommodating both districts.
The project should have been given
more encouragement. "
' - G. Whiz.
. Mosier Mutterings.
Mrs. A. Stewart is in The Dalles with
her son Herby, .
Mr. .' Spellman, our popular section
foreman, spent Sunday in The Dalles.
Miss Katie Davenport, the popular
schoolma'am, spent Saturday at home.
Horace Patterson visited his brother
Rufe last week, returning to The Dalles
on Monday. -t
Miss Alice Davenport is visiting itn he
Dalles. She will soon go to Portland to
attend school, ' -
Herby Rowland is in the Dalles under
the professional care of Dr. Hudson and
at last account was improving.
Two cases before the justice court in
The Dalles last week ; from Mosier.
Nothing like keeping up a reputation.
Mr. Bratches and wife, of Oklahoma,
is visiting with Dick" Evans. If they
find a suitable they will locate among
ub---;- ,. '"' :.-:- . '. . ,;
Thad B: Potter of the Stachy Mining
Co., was up from Portland last week
and made glad the hearts of the boys by
paying all bills 'J v
Geo. Evans returned from Sherman
county on Saturday, bringing with him
a "fair and bonny bride." The "boys"
did not forget to give a rousing reception
G. L. Davenport spent a few days in
this vicinity last week. While here he
combined business with pleasure and
purchased about -all the apples that
were for sale. He returned to Portland
on Sunday.' . . : .
'.".- .'-'- ;-: x. Y. z,
Ridgeway Rumblings. -
Weather pleasant, warm and bright,
and grass growing nicely. - -"'' ; ,
Fred Young j went fishing Saturday
and bagged seventy fine trout.
' G. A; Young made a business trip to
Antelope one day last week and was ac
companied by his daughter.
Mr. Helms, the insurance agent, ac
companied by his wifer paid a visit to
Geo. A. Young, one day this week.-
Walter Gribble went home for a. visit
Monday, and was accompanied as far as
The Dalles by Edwin Graham, return
ing Saturday. ! :
Brint Driver and daughter, of Tygh
Valley, visited at Mr. Young's one day
last week and exhibited some very fine
samples of flour from his mill.-
- --. ; - ; v . Jack Rabbity .
Card of Thanks.
We all desire to extend to our friends,
who so kindly assisted us during the
receiit illness and death of Mrs. Bell,
our heartfelt thanks and gratitude.' - We
Mly appreciate the many kindnesses
- '.... ' . " C. A. Bkllv
Drv 16-inch wood will be taken on
subscription at this office,; if delivered
White Salmon News: '
T. Myers made a business trip to
Portland last week. - -
Miiny Indians are here from Fort
Sinicoe, trading flour for dried salniom
. Mr. Copelandi of Portland, was re
cently in tliis neighborliood trying to
buy apples. ' . -
Ai.R. Brykett is building an addition
to his barn for the convenience of sta
bling more stock. ;
James Butler and Wesley Locke have
returned from Chenowith where they
had been working for the Oregon Lum
ber Co. " ;
Mr. Chas AVaters killed six coyotes
last wefck fie. is an'old-time luhter of
Wisconsin, and though a nian'of about
eighty years of age is quite as fipry as
many a man at forty. - '''.'
Mrs. C. M. Wolford gave a party' on
Halloween evening in honor of the
Misses Wolford's and Miss Lautenback
Many young . people were present . and
enjoyed a very pleasant iiuie, separating
at the midnight hour.
J. R. Warner had quite a runaway ac
cident last week. He drove his fine
team up in front of Belding & Morse's
store, hitched them and went into the
store, coming out again just as the
horses took fright. They broke loose,
turned and started on a -bee line for
home.' Soon coining in contact with a
tree they turned the buggy over, broke
thes tongue all to smithereens and free
ing themselves from the vehicle were
soon rushing with lightning speed down
the road toward hcime. A lucky run
away as no pne was hurt in the accident.
- " U. D. Clark.
Married. At the home of the bride s
parents in Hood River, on Nov. 8, 1899,
Mr. Chris. Bartch and Miss Grace Gra
ham, Rev. J. . L. Hershner offiiciting.
The bride is one of our most popular
and talented young ladies, and has lived
in the valley for sixteen V years. . The
groom was in business here some six
year's ago and is quite well known. The
well wishes of their-many friends will
follow the happy couple in their jour'
ney to their new home which is to be in
Dawson City,- Alaska, and ifor-which
place they left on the evening train.
Sugar Maples at
, Congregational Church.
Preachfntr services with worahio everv Sun
day at 11 a. m. and 7 SO p. m. unless otherwise
announced. Junior Society every Sunday at
8 p. m. ; Christian Endeavor Society at 7 p. m.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
The Ladies Aid Society meets on the 1st and
Sd Fridays of each month atr 2 p. m. The
Womans'Missionary Society meets the last Sat
urday of each month at 2 p. m. i The pastor will
reach a sermon to the children the first Sun
ay of each month at 11 a. m. - ...'
A cordial welcome to ail who come
J. L. Hershner, Pastor.
Go to Sherrill's for your couches and
Buy your school shoes from Bone &
McDonald, v. ': - . . . .-
. Don't forget to call and see Sherrill's
new stock, of pillows. : ' .
Sherrill's new stock of Rockers are
hard to beat. Call and see them. . -1
Call and get prices on ' Comforts and
Pillows at Sherrill's Furniture store.
The best and cheapest tea now in use
is "Pride of Japan," for sale by ClydeT.
Bonney. Try a package.
Bone & McDonald will sell you bakine
powder for 12oC. per fi, Satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. -
Just onened ur a fine line of ln.HiAs'
Mackintoshes. . Call and see them, at
Bone & McDonald's. .
W. E. Sherrill has just put in" a laree
stock of mouldings for picture framing.
Now is the time to get your pictures
framed. ' ': ..- .; - .-
Call and see the new style Bed Room
Suites at W. E. Sherrill's- Bold at rea
sonable, prices, with a large cabinet pic
ture frame thrown in. ... -v. .
See Bonney before buvine vour crrocer-
ies and provisions, -v He handles only.the
best of everything and his ' prices are
such that you can save many a dollar by
giving him your patfonagev " , ?'
It will be a source of satisfaction to all
and a great saying to our "many large
buyers of mill-stuff that Rand & Stewart
have entered the market as cash carload
buyers and Will hereafterf distribute
Dalles Diamond, Peacock, iGolbendale
Diamond Graham and Whole Wheat
Flour, Bran, Shorts, Barley, Wheat and
WHEN YOb WANT -.- -'.'
Firfit.-nln.fls nn.int.irtt? nnrl - rjfl.ner hang
ing, call on E. L. Rood, at Hood River.
Paper haneina and kalsominine a
specialty. - .
R. Lane, of Hood River, is prepared to do all
kinds of Artistic, Sign and Landscape Painting
at the most reasonable prices. . Qive him a
trial"' " -
I will deliver milk nigrlt and morn
ing in all' parts t town',' during
the month of Novembeihfor .
..5 cents per qiiart..
J. W. MAYES.
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' : SUBSCRIPTION RATES!-..
1 Month,'.. ,....'... .50; With Book,. .... . 1.25
8 - " 1.85 " . " ...... 1.75
6 " , .......... 2.75 f " - " ....... 3.1)0
13 : " . . . 5.00; " " 5.25
Boott by mail orxpress wteuty-five cents extn :
There would be less ''darning" trouble if people could only go bare-legged, but as they can't; the
. thing to do is to buy your stockings here. ' Cliildrens Cotton Hose all sizes front 5 to 8J at 7c' pet
pair, worth 12 Jc: - - . - " ( - -.
Better qudlity and good valde at 15c per pair; special 9c per1 pair. , t .
Childrens seamless Wool Hose sizes' 6 td 8 extra value at 2ocj special 17c per pair.
Ladies Matchless Hose, full seamless, high spliced heels double soles; 8 J to 10; good value at 25cj special I. c;
A beautiful line bf .. -', - , . :
. Sacking and Ladies Cloths . ;
in Red, Tan, Navy Blue and Black, 52 inches wide and all wool at 45c per yard. These goods are perfect ut
. coloring and just the thing for Btreet or home wear: , , , : ' ' ,
A line of Novelty Checks and Plaids for the benefit of those who are not here to take advantage of our '-p'
- cial sale we offer these lines for one week at 11c per yard. - These goods are 28 inches wide aim?
' especially good: ' - . , ' ... .
CENTS FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT.
EVERY DOLLAR spent with us this week possesses the purchasing power of two spent elsewhere. In our Clothing Department the orii-Kin!
cost or values cut no figure. Prices
READ THESE PRICES: Mens All Wool Cheviots
We have a few broken lines in our Boys and
ages 4 to 6 years, usual price fl.oO, now 75c; . Boys Mil wool School Suits with double seat
throughout, warranted not to rip, usual price (3.6U, , how -
WE CARRY the largest and best selected stock
Youths Long Pants Suits begin. at $1.95 if you will, ranging as high as (IS: Such an assortment of styles and values will surprise you
; OVERCOATS. - "' - OVERCOATS. ' . . OVERCOATS.
Boys Neat, Natty, durable coats made to wear and look stylish, at prices ranging from $1. 15 , .
Mens Heavy Overcoats well made and in all the latest designs and materials at prices ranging from (8. 85.
; . The fact is our. stock is entirely too large and it must be reduced; .
om OFFICE OF o
RAND & STEWART,
Dry Goods, .
Soots and Shoes, -:.
Hood River, Or., Sept. 21, '99.'
To All Buyer hi
Our System, "Buy and Sell for
Cash." has shown wonderful possibili
ties. . Our immense cuts on
- Dry Goods, 10 to 30 per cent.
' . Stoves, 25 "per cent.
Crockery and Glassware, 20 per
cent. ' - - - - - ... -
, Boots' and Shoes; 10 to 50 per cent.
- Jewelry and Silverware, 50 per
cent., to close out,
Toilet Articles and Perfumes,
50 per cent., to close out,
. Clothing, 30 to 40 per cent., to
close out, -
Mill and Loggers Supi'lies, 30
per cent., to close out.
has proven that it Can be done-and
make money. Because the .credit
Pays from 2 to 10 per cent, more for
Pavs a book-keeper good wages ;
Loses 5 to 8 per cent, of accounts, which
you must pay! ,t ....
Loses the cash scotmts in- buying f
Forgets to charge items sold, making a
total ditterence in tavor ot "isny ana
Sell for Cash" of 6 to 18 per
cent. Consider this and our LOW
EXPENSES and you know why we
meet PORTLAND . CASH "PRICES
-MiirtJ8 freight) and make money.
The complete success of our . effort
justifies our decision to include AIL,
GROCERIES on the new percentage
basis. . . " . '- .-- - r.
To make our reasoning plain compare
following priced with credit purchases.
also CASH BILLS FROM PORTLANtf.
Extra C Sugar, 18 fts.. . .... . . . $1.00
DGran. 17 tts. ...... . 1.00
Washing Soap, full weight, 7 bars. .2o
Pearline Wash, powders, 1 pkg. , . . .05
Monkey Soap, 3 Dars.v; . . .-. . . . .... .25
Yosemite Coffee, 1 tt -.10
Arbuckles " 2 lb..-. , .25
Mocha and Java, 1 B . . . .30
Sun dried Japan Tea, 1 ft . . .-: '45
Star Tobacco, 1 ft . ... ; i . .' . -.4?
Battle Axe "1ft.;.,,- 45
Scalping Knife, 1 ft .35
Big Nickle, 1 ft ... . : , : -30
White Beans, 33- ms. rr. ". i.w
Pink or Black Beans, 30 fts. v, . . -. . 1.00
No. 1 Rice, 16 fts.-, ............ . . . 1.00
No. 3 " 20 lbs. . . . . . . . . 1.00
G Diamond Flour, warranted, bbl." 8.10
H. O. mush, pkg. .-. .10
Grandma's mush, 3 pkgs ....:::... .25
Feed Cash market.
Pyramid Washing Powder, 4 lbs. ... ,.20
Lard, 5s. , . ... . . ............ v.-.- -45
1 10s .uu
Calumet Baking Powder, per can. . . .25
Folgers ; " " ' : .35.
Prize ' l .. .'40
Salmon,- ' " w .10
Tomatoe'sV ' - . , " -10
Corn, " .. .10
Sardines, -' ', : , .. " ... .10
Condensed milk, . " .. .15
Pickles, per keg .................., 1.05
Pickles, per bottle . . . . . ............ .m
Syrup, Ex. Heavy Drip, per gaV. . . .' .'50.
Lemon Sugar, per can. .20
Peaches, . - .10
String Beans, - " ............... .10
Peas, , " ............. .10
Assorted Jellies,- per class
Dairy Salt, '501b sack .-. ; . v . .50
Table " 101b " ' .10
A full mne of Fancy Groceries. Can
dies, Spices, Crackers and ihftshoS at
CASH PRICES .. , '
All salable PRODLCE accepted as
Does it pay you to buy on credit ?
Does it pay you to buy in Portland?
Not while we live and remain , '. . .
- Tours trulv, .
' RAND & STEWART.
Subscribe for the SUN.
It C. iiATEIIAM,
HOOD RIVER, OR.
ALL KINDS 6P NTIRSEKY STOCK. LARGE AS807tT-
MENT. ffBST VARIETIES.- :
An invitation is extended to the public to call
and inspect my tree and shrubbery.-' .
Special Values iii iiosiery
reach tile lowest notch ever named for desirable
and Tweed Suits, round cut, usual price St7.50,
Mens Alt Wool black or blue Cheviots in single or double breasted, usu.il price ?9. 00, Slow $4,;.
Mens black Clay Worsted In square or round cut Sacs or Frocks, ftsUal prlco $10.bo, now -J7.45: ' , , .
V.ouths Department that we have positively reduced
of Youths Clothing in Eastorft Oregon. They
ALL GOOI7S MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
....Boys Clothing Before Buying..
We have the best values in Boys Clothing ever offered in Hood Rhvek'
- We have a good line of ' -
Ladies and Misses Mackintoshes, - ' v
- - Rubber Boots and Shoesiii
Our goods are new, up-to-date, bought right and Marked in Pistil
Figures. We are not advertising to sell goods for less than mur
ket value, nor at a discount.'
w e wouia not asu you to believe us it we did. uut -by careful and Ju
dicious buying we feel able to compare values favorably v. itH
anyone: - v
Call and examine our
Stock and be Gonvincedj
'At til Old Stand,
JOB PRINTING AT
E. S. OlingejA.'
MT. HOOD STAGE CO,
Daily Stage Between
riood River and Cloiid Cap Antti
First-class Turnouts tor Tourists and Commercial Travelers.
Competent Drivers, Good Conveyances Moderate Rai&si
General livery, delivery and dray work of every description.'
The best of care taken of transient stock, and satisfaction guaranteed
CHAS. N, CLARKE,
and reasonable clothing.;- . ; : ... :' ,r .
now S53.7.5. . - '
to half price. . Boys Brownie or Reefer r
and knees, patent holdfast buttons, reinfe.
- 4 . - -
must go. Prices do not stand in the way.
OUR LINE OF-
HOOD RIVER, 61.
THE SUN OFFlCc.
A. B. Folev7
May not mean anything. Scii?
drugs may be piiref-. but if no
fresh they are worse thavn tfsel
We buy only in such quanliuc;
as will iflsure alWays- keeping
stock fresh. t . - .., t
It may. do;fc" eperiment .will?
some things',. ; but nbfr witlf f''-'--,
scriptions. . One wrong one Kin
-make further doses1 unnecessary.'
Our prescriptions are carefi;
prepared by a registered PharTn
cist who knows drugs and ths
In latest designs;'
Prop., Hood River