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HOOD RIVER SUN.
BOOD R TVER, ' OR., DEC. aS, 1899.
local ANti General.
Lee Asher made a trip to Portland the
latter part of last week. . -
iloro, in Shetman county is wrestling
with a siege of small pOXi 1 -
. F. H. Button was a Hood River visitor
at Portland last Saturday.
J. J. Luckey made a business trip to
Portland Tuesday morning.
judge Prather was up to The Dalles
on business the first of the week.
. Mayor Smith and Robert and were
doing business at the dotlnty seat yes
terday. 'V.-'v . 'T?
D. F. Rankin was doing business at
the big city down the Columbia, on Sat.
urday last. " "
C. W, Davis, representing the Eiler
1 piano house of Portland, was a pleesant
caller at this office this morning.
P. S. Davidson, of the Lost ' Lake
. Lumber Co., was doing business at Port
land several days since our last issue.
The Sun extends greeting to its read
ers and the public generally, and wishes
for all a. happy and prosperous New
Year. , . ... :"
Mrs. Will Hadley and little daughter,
arrived last evening from Moro, and will
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Clarke. ....-..".i -: .
W. H. Chapman, 01 Kalama, Wash., has
been spending a few days in Hood River
. with the family of his Uncle, ' Mr . Met-
calf, and other friends. ;
Capt A. S. Blowers returned from The
Dalles yesterday morning, having been
up to the county seat for the purpose of
probating the will of the late Mr; Tei
man. ' . . V
Do not forget the dinner to be given
on New Year's day by the ladies of the
Uongregationai church m tne rooms re
cently vacated by Messrs. A. S. Blowers
& Son. . "'1 '
Wm, Bartmess, wife and son, who have
t . -i- t r 3 x: - : il. cj f
Bartmess and family, during the past
two weeks, left on Tuesday night's over
land for their home in Indiana. . "
Miss. Hester Howe, who has been at
tending the Normal school at Monmouth",
arrived in Hood River last Friday even
ing to spend a few days in the valley
with her mother and other friends. ,
Mrs. S. J. LaFrance and daughter
Mary, went to Cascade Locks on the
boat Christmas morning and spent the
day with Mrs. L&France's brother, Mr.
Will Smith. They returned the same
Waukoma lodge No. 30, Knignts of
Pythias, will have , an installation
of officers next Tuesday evening, Janu
ary 2nd. After the ceremony of instal
lation a lunch will be served to mem
bers of the lodge.
W. S. Gregory and Delbert Kand, 01
Hood River, were passengers on the
evening train to Portland last Saturday,
whither they went to spend Christmas
with relatives and friends. Mr. Gregory
returned on Monday evening while Del
remained over until the following day.
Ned Blythe is home for the holidays
from Eugene, where he has been attend
ing the State University. We acknow
ledge a pleasant call from Mr. Blythe
on Christmas day, together with Mr.
Ackerman, a young friend of Portland,
who was visiting in town.
The United Brethern church gave a
Christmas tree and entertainment on
Monday night which was largely attend
ed. The custoymar display of presents
and a well rendered and interesting
program made the occasion a very pleas
ant one to those who were present. .
Geo. Coleman, the courteous clerk in
the Hood River Pharmacy, has moved
his family from Bingen to the city and
for the present are occupying rooms in
the" corner building opposite ' the Son
office.' ' Mr. Coleman expects to build
himself a residence in the early spring.
H. F. Davidson returned Sunday eve
ning from an extended , trip through
Washington, California and as far east
as Illinois. Mr. Davidson reports a very
pleasant and successful tripi" andsays
that he did not experience any severe
weather during his absence, but on the 1
contrary it was bright and pleasant all
the time. : .' :;' . ;;
Married. At P6rtland on Wednes
day, Dec. 20, Mr. J. H. Ferguson and
Miss Anna Dehm. This item explains
Jud's suspicious-actions of late, and his
visit to the big city last week.V Mr.' and
Mrs. Ferguson arrived in Hood River
Friday evening, and the Sun joins with
their numerous friends in hearty', con
gratulation and good wishes.
Louis Hammersburg received a pretty
severe shaking up by being thrown to
the ground from a rapidly moving train
he was attempting to board one day re
cently, intending to ride out to the point
on his way to the mill. Though no
bones were broken the fall bruised him
quite badly and it will likely be several
days before he will be able to go to work
again. .; . ... -v. V"' '
"Geo. M, Cornwall, publisher of. the
Columbia River and Oregon Timber
man, accompanied by F. J. Bloom, rep
resenting the California Saw Works, of
Portland, were very pleasant callers at
this office last Friday. The gentlemen
were on a trip in the interests of their
respective lines of business, and were, in
Hood River from Thursday until Sat
Burnette E. Duncan, son of Mrs. Har
wood, arrived in Hood River from Port
land where he has been attending Aca
demy, on Tuesday and will visit until
this evening with his mother and other
friends. Mrs. Harwood expects to ac
company her son to Portland for the
purpose of making a purchase of new
goods for the store of which she has the
There was no preaching services at
the M. E. church last Sunday owing to
the absence of the pastor, ' Rev. Frank
Spaulding to Boyd, where he had gone
to conduct the dedicatory services of a
There will be, a pound social at the
home of Mrs. Erwin on Friday evening
of this week. A musical program will
be rendered. Everybody cordially in
vited to attend. Refreshments will be
served i price 0 cents. V -; ' ,
! Union Watchnight services will be
held in the M. E. church next Sunday
night commencing at 8 o'clock,. and will
be conducted by the younn people. An
earnest invitation is extended to all to be
present at this service. .'.
Miss Eva Slusher, of Dufur, who has
been visiting with relatives in Portland
during the past two weeks, arrived in
Hood River last Friday evening and is
spending the holidays .with the family
of Mr. and Mrs. L. Clarke." " '
Mr. Winans informs uS they have suc
ceeded in breaking up the jam of logs
belonging to the Lost Lake Lumber Co.,
of Hood River and have now gotten their
machinery to work putting logs to the
river ready for the, next high water.
Don't prepare your New Year's dinner
at home. . Come to, the store building
where the ladies of the Congregational
church will serve chicken dinner for 25
cents. Come, welcome in the year 1900
by taking your dinner with the Congre
gational ladies. - .,. .' :
The meeting held last Thursday even
ing for the purpose of electing teachers
and officers for the M. E. Sabbath school
for the ensuing year resulted as follows:
W. E. Sherrill, superintendent; E. R.
Bradley assistant superintendent ; Lillian
Shute, secretary ; Joseph Mayes, treasur
er ; Constance Bradley, librarian ; Pearl
Cox, organist. ' The teachers are WY P,
Watson, Clyde T. Bonney, Mrs. Strana-J
ban, Mrs. Jackson, Statie Montgomery,
Altha Parsons and Jennie Parsons.
The Franklin school in district No. 2,
has .received its new -library- case and
can now give their books proper care.
The school is justly proud of both and
expect in the near future to add quite
largely to their list of books. fA new
blackboard also- makes an additional
convenience for the school. The princi
pal, S. C, Sherrill, informs us that they
contemplate baying an entertainment
some time in the near future, the pro
ceeds to be used for books for the li
brary and purchasing a bell. "
A very merry .party was the gathering
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bate-
ham Monday Dec. 25th. ; Ths party con
sisted of Rev. J.L. Hershner and family,
Dr. Brosius and family, Prof. Thompson
and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bateham,
Mr. A. P., Bateham and Prof. F, B.
Barnes. The dinner table was literally
loaded with good things to refresh the
inner man, and the graceful tact of the
host and hostess made every one feel at
home. The afternoon and evening were
devoted to games in which all took part
and vied with one another in making the
day pass pleasantly.' The party broke
up at an early hour and the Christmas of
1899 will belong remembered by all pres
ent at the Columbia Nnrsery with pleas-
The Christmas entertainment given
at the Congregational church last Sat
urday evening was a very pleasant event
and attended by a full house. ' The
progam was well rendered and quite in
teresting, some of the parts being wor
thy of especial mention. The tree was
well ladened with presents, the distri
bution of which undoubtedly brought
much gladness to the recipients, especi
ally the younger portion. The several
missives from Santa Claus and his later
appearance were much in evidence in
producing great enthusiasm among the
little folks. The. very large number
present unable to secure seata was a
forcible argument in favor of a larger
place being built in our town to accom
modate public gatherings of a similar
? The M. E. Christmas tree and enter
tainment held at the church Christmas
night was an occasion of much en joyment
to those attending, and especially to the
large number of children that were
present. An appropriate and very in
teresting program was , rendered and
thoroughly appreciated. . The claBS ex
ercises of the little ones were good, as
Was also the music both by the. choir
and others who participated. ; A duet
by Miss Lillian Shuts" and Miss Statie
Montgomery, and a solo by Miss Vera
Jackson are deserving of Bpecial men
tion. The tree and evergreen decora
tions presented a very pleasing appear
ance and the presents were quite num
erous. An effort was made to give all
members of the school a sack of nuts
and candy, together with all the other
children who were present, and if there
was failure in this respect it was wholly
unintentional. Altogether it was an
occasion that will be pleasantly remem
bered by all who. were present. '" ;
A. H. Tieman, one of the. early settlers
of Hood River valley, whose home was
nearMt. Hood, died last Thursday morn
ing and was buired on Friday, in Idle
Wild cemetery by the Masonic Lodge, of
Hood River, of which he was an. hon
ored member. Deceased was about 83
years of age, and lived alone with the
exception of hired help. In his will he
bequeathed all his property to Hood
River lodge A. F. and A. M., less the
amount necessary to pay a few debts.
The property will probobly amount to
$5,000 or $6,000 and he stipulated that
it be used in the purchase of a lot and
the ereetion of a two-story brick,, build
ing thereon, the upper story to be used
as a lodge room and the lower story to
be rented, the proceeds to be used for
the benefit of the lodge. The board of
executors as named in the will are
Messrs. E. E. Savage, A. S. Blowers and
Wm Yates, and no -bond . was required
of them We understand that steps will
at once be taken to probate the will and
carry out the instructions contained
A telephone message from Rosier yes-
terday morning announced the death of
Herbert Rolland, a young man about 20
years of age j and. quite well ktiown to
many of our people.. The caUse of death
Was quick consumption! ' , . '
The present is an appropriate time for
making good resolutions; Look back
over the closing year; note where you
have erred and resolve for the future to
do so no more.' If you haven't been liv
ing up to your privileges' just '."swear
off" on your misdeeds and determine to
do better. Of course editors have no
reason for "swearing off", 'but the Sun
will start out in" the new year with the
resolution firmly grounded to make each
issue better than the preceding one,
In the words of the illustrious John
Jones, or some other equally great and
noted writer, "how is the time to sub
.- ' New Year's Dinner.
The ladies of 4, the Congregational
church will give a. New Year's dinner
next Monday (New Year's Day) at the
store building of R. Rand & Son, (re-
cently vacated by A. S. Blowers & Son,)
at the following hours : 12 to 2 P. M. and
from 5 to 7:30 P.M. The best the mar
ket affords will' be serve'd at 25 cents,
children 15 cents. Home made candies,
best quality will be for sale. The social
committee,' consisting of . Mrs. Georgia
Bone, Mrs. F, C. Brosius and Mrs. M.
F. Shaw, will provide a full evening of
fine entertainment. The art gallery will
be unique. Prizes will be given to those
guessing the largest .number of profiles
of Hood River people, noted and unno
ted. Evening's entertainment will be
free.. Admission to art gallery 5 cents.
Howard S. Soule of Soule Bros., piano
tuners and repairers, of Portland Ore.,
and successors to W. S. Geary, will be h
Hood River Jan. 2 and 3. . If yeu desire
your pianos tuned, and the work guaran
teed by responsible men, address your
orders to Mr. Soule, care of the Sun. -:'
f BUSINESS" LOCAis'f
- Go to Sherrill 's for your couches and
lounges. . - i . - - -
Buy your school shoes from Bone &
Buy your Washers and . Wash Boards
of W. E. Sherrill.
Perfumes for Christmas presents at
the Glacier Pharmacy. . ';:, ...... ; -
A fine line of Christmas candies and
confectionery at W. B. Cole's
Go to Clarke's for your Christmas Per
fumes. He has the BEST. ..
. For Christmas candies, oranees, nuts,
lemons, etc., go to W. B. Cole s confec
tionery store. V v
Just opened up a fine line, of ladies'
Mackintoshes. Call and see them, at
Bone & McDonald's.
The best and cheapest tea now in use
is "Pride of Japan," for sale by CiydeT.
isonney. iry a package. .' .
Bone & McDonald will sell you baking
powder for 12c. per lb. Satisfaction
guaranteed er money refunded. "
.-.Sow is the time to get vouroil paint
ings framed at W.E. Sherrill's. Call
and see his new line of Gilt Mouldings.
. . y. For Christmas Presents, -s : '
Perfumes ! Perfumes 11 Perfumes 1 ! 1
The Glacier Pharm&CT,--..s--.v
. . ; Chas. N. Clarke.
W, E. Sherrill has just received a new
stock of Fancy Room Mouldings, in the
latest styles and selected for the purpose
of matching wall papers. - -
Nothing is so pleasing or as acceptable
for a Christmas present as a bottle of
nice Perfume. You can get them of
Clarke at the Glacier Pharmacy.
Large Stock . of two year old Grape
Vines at the " i ' : ";- '
. COLUMBIA NURSERY.
See Bonnev before buvinor vour grocer
ies and provisions. He handles only the
best oi everything and his prices are
such that you can save many a dollar by
giving him your patronage. -
And work by the day done by Mrs.
Miller, Paradise Farm, Hood River..
. i Fresh Batter. j, : "
I have fresh butter on hand supplied
by farmers in the Willamette Valley,
and am selling at 40 cents a roll. ; i
- . John Bradley.'
Bring on Your Wood. A few loads
of dry oak or fir wood, cut 24-inches will
be taken at this office on subscription at
full market price. Js''. .' ' "' :';V.
Davidson Fruit Co.
- -Shippers of - ' " -'
HOOD RIVER'S FAMOUS FRUITS,
V. " PACKKES OF THE ' .
Hood River Brand of Canned Fruits,
Manufacturers of - . ..
BOXES AND FRUIT PACKAGES,
. - .,; '.' : And Pealers in' - L1. " ' V
'" Agricultural Implements and
- Fertilizers. . :
II. C. BATEHAM,
HOOD RIVER, OR. . .
ALL XINM OF NURSERY STOCK. LARGE ASSORT
MENT. BEST VARIETIES;
An invitation is extended to the publio to call
and inspect my trees and shrubbery. .
NEATLY :-; EXECUTED
THE SUN OFFICE.
Congregational Church. -
Preaching services with worship every Sun
day at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. unless otherwise
announced.- Junior Society every Sunday at
8 p. m.; Christian Endeavor 8ocicty at 7 p. m.
Snnday School at 10 a. mi . -
The Ladies' Aid Society meets on the 1st and
8d Fridays of each month at 2 p. m. The
womans'JMissiouary society moors tne lasi ai
nrday of each month at 2 p. m. The pastor will
prcacn a sermon to tne cnuuron tne -nrsi mm
day of each month at 11 a. m;
A cordial welcome to all who come
J. It. HERSHNBBj Pastor.
FINE PAINTING. :
R. Lane, of Hood Elver, is prepared to do all
kinds of Artistic, JBign and Landscape Painting
at tha most reasonable prices. Give him a
When yov want : ...
ITirflt.plaaa nflintinff and nuiwr hann
mo- m.ll ATI T.. "R.rwvl " t. TTrwwi Tiiwir.
Paper hansrii.2 . and - kalsominius a
speciaiTy. . . ; , ,
Physician and Surgeon,:
HOOD RIVER, OREGON. ., - ?
Office: Over Everhart's Store. 'Phone 81
Residence 88 and Central. r
Physician and Surgeon,'
hOOD RrVKR, OESOON.
Telephone: Residence 81; Office 83. Surgeon
for O. R. N. Co. . ,
C. BROSIUS, . .
Physician and Surgeon,
Office over Williams' Drug Store.; Telephone
. -. . Main 121. v -
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
JOHN LELAND HENDERSON,
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Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Abstracter and Notary Public,
HOOD RIVER, . - - . - . OREGON.
'f 'ORDINANCE, frti. xg.
malt ' ana vinous liquors, ana to prevent
the sale thereof without having first ob
tained a license therefor, and to repeal all
ordinances and parts of ordinances in con
Be it ordained by the common council of the
- town of Hood River, Oregon : j ,
Section 1. That no person shall be permitted
to sell spirituous, malt or vinous liquors with
in the corpoarte limits of the town of Hood
River, in less quantities than one gallon, with
out first having obtained a license, from the
common-council of said town for that purpose.
Section 2. Every person obtaining a license
to sell spirituous, malt or vinoUB liqurtrs, shall
pay into the treasury of said town '-of Hood
River, the sum. of One Thousand Dollars per
annum, and'in the same proportion for a less
period ; Provided no license shall issue for a
less period than six months. w
Section 8. Every person applying for a li
cense to sell spirituous, malt or vinous liquors,
before securing the same, shall execute to the
said Town of Hood River, bond, In the penal
sum of one thousand dollars, with two or more
sufficient sureties, to be approved bjr the com
mon council, conditioned that he will "keep an
orderly house, and that he will not permit any
unlawful gaming or riotous conducft jjprftbout
bis hon--r-anfTtnRth?nrfot open or permit"
toe opened, his place of business for the purr
pose of traffic on the first day of the week, com
monly called Sunday, nor between the hours of
eleven o'clock P. M. and five o'clock A. M. at
any time; that he will not give, seizor supply
spirituous, malt or vinous liquors to minors or
habitual drunkards, nor to any person at the
time in a drunken or intoxicated, condition,
and that he will, during the term of said li
cense, comply with all the ordinances of said
Town ot Hood River, in any way regulating or
iff ecting the traffic in, or handling of spirituous
malt or vinous liquors; and in case of a viola
tion by the person obtaining such license, of any
of the conditions of said bond, the Mayor shall
immediately commence a proceeding in the
Recorder's Court, upon said bond, to recover
the penalty therein provided; and if judgment
shall be recovered in such action against such
bondsmen, the Recorder shall, as a part of such
Judgment, enter up an order revoking such
Section. That any person wishing to sell
spirituous, malt or vinous liquors, before ot
taining a license as hereinafter provided shall,
at his own trouble and expense, obtain the sig
natures of an actual majority of the whole
number of legal voters in said town of Hood
River, to a petition to the common council of
said town, praying that said license be granted ;
and no applicant shall be. deemed to have a
majority of the legal voters of said town whost
petition does not contain the names of a num
ber of legal voters of said towriequal. to a ma
jority of all the votes cast in said town at the
last preceding city election,' and greater than
the whole number of names of legal voters of
said town which may be signed to any remon
strance against the granting of such license. .
Section 6. That when the signatures of an
actual majority of the whole number of legal
voters have been obtained, as provided in the
last preceding section, the applicant sha.ll, at
his own expense, cause the said petition to be
published ina weekly newspaper of general
circulation,' in said lWn of Hood River, in two
consecutive editions of said newspaper, togeth
er with notice of the time when he will apply
to the sommon council for such license. The
publication of the petition and notice herein
provided for, shall be proved by the affidavit
of the editor or publisher Of the paper In which
the publication was made. " ' .'-'
Section S. ' On the applicant producing to the
common council the receipt of the treasurer of
said town for the payment of the-eum herein
before prescribed, and proof of compliance
with all the preceding provisions of this ordi
nance, the council may give him a license for
the term his receipt may call for. ,
Section 7. If any person or persons shall
barter, sell, or in any manner dispose of any
spirituous, malt or vinous liquors, within the
corporate limits of said Town of Hood River,
without first having obtained a license there
for as provided in this ordinance, such person
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
upon conviction thereof shall 1)6 fined iot
less than two hundred dollars, nor more than
four hundred dollars. :
Section 8. That "if any, person "having ob
tained a license to sell Bplijjttious, Imalt or vi
nous liquors as in this. ,rJinan"c'e provided,
shall give or sell any such liquor to any woman
or girl, or to any minor, or shall permit any
woman or girl, or any male minor to frequent
his place of business, either s guest, servant,
waiter, waitress, dancer, singer, actor or musi
cian ; or shall give or sell tiny snch liquor to an
habitul drunkard, or to a person at the time in
a drunken or intoxicated condition,such person
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
upon conviction thereof shall be fined not less
than Ten, nor more than Fifty Dollars; and if
any person shall be convicted of any offense
under the provisions of this section, the Res
corder shall enter up, as a part of snch judg
ment of conviction, an order forfeiting such
Section 9. All ordinances and parts of ordi
nances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
Approved Beeember 13, 1899V ' -
E. L. SMITH, - .
- . Mayor of Hood River, Oregon.
J; R. NICKELSEN,-
Recorder of Jhc Town of Hood River:
RE AT CLEARING
On Monday, Dec. -11, 1899,
. We will commence a . .'. : -.J.
-SaGllEAT REDUCTION BALE" sss
u 0m DRY qoods DEPARTMENT,
r .This is the Sale that generally takes place1 ifi JANUAli'Yj ' ' "'
- but we have deemed it advisable, to inaugurate" this sale when . it will be of the
;:v . most value to the publie; This, we - think, will meet the" approval of. all who .have'
Holiday shopping to do. - The prices th.at we will quote from time to tirtie will be
SO PHENOMENALLY LOW that It will induce every one toHake advantage of this sale:
In this line we do not ADVANCE PRICES. We CUT PRICES, and iri keeping
with our usual custom we lead air competitors and in so doing the price of special lineS will
be cut in two. - - "- - -- ., " -.- - ' -
Commencing Monday, December 11 we will inaugurate1
A General Clean Up Sale in our clothing and furnishing goods department.' We intend mak
ing this the sale of the Century and the greatest money saving sale in the history of The'
Dalles. ; All goods marked down to Bed Rock Prices. Look for the Rod .Tag. ' It means .
dollars and conts for you .. '.: , . . -.,
.. : .'. "' . '; .' ..:.';:-.
ALL GOObS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
. LADIES. AND GENTS
Silk and Woolen
Will open up next week in his new store,
-- - . with a fine line of i- -,---: .
WATCEHES, CLOCKS AND
' - -.-..'- ' " ' -. . .
REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY.
Careful Attention given to testing the
Eyes and fitting Glasses.
. j ,. j, ii,ii-mii ri if- T . . -;
a ma jsvt. is m jnt pis ki ratk is m m n
During the - winter months I will
deliver Milk only in the morn
ing. ' The price will be, during
January and February, :
..6 cents per quart..
J. ;W. MAYES.
. - HAS HIS .
In Hood River, Opposite Postofftce,
Now Ready for Business.
Is prepared to furnish, at all times, any and
-. t . everything usually found in a .
-t - first-class bakery.
Bread, Plea and Cakes Baked to Order
-on Short Notice. - .. " .
; NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. .
Lapd Office at Oregon City, Or., Nov. 17, -1899.
; Notice ja hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his Intention
to make final proof in stfpport of his claim,' and
that said proof will be made before the Regis
ter and Receiver, at Oregon City, Oregon, on
January 24, 19 M, vii: . . - -:
.ALEXANDER1 BARR.'h.E. No. 10039,
for the W H of SWJiASWofNWJof
Sec. 15, Jown. 1, north of Range 6, east. .
- He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of , said land, viz : . . j v-
Frederick W. Ough, James Henry Robertson,
and Mason Latoureli, all of Latourell Or.y and
Alexander Watts, of Orient, On -
CHAS. B. MOORES, Register. '
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J. J. LUCKEY.
II. D. LANGILLE.
MT. HOOD STAGE CO.
Daily Stage Between - , c
Hood River and Cloud Cap Inn-
. ..First-class Turnouts tor Tourists and Commercial Travelers. . -
Competent Drivers, Good Conveyances, Moddtaie Rates
: - General livery, delivery and dray work of every description.
The best of care taken of transient stock,- and. satisfaction guaranteed
HOOD RIVER, OREGON,
Have a Full Line of
Staple And Fancy Groceries,
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN".
BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS,
A FULL LINE OF
AVUUUU1 UUUbO CL1IU OllUCD
WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
CALL WltL CONVINCE YOlf,
In the line of
Hardware, Ti n ware, G ran iteware,
Stoves and Steel Ranges,
Iron, Steel, Coal, Hardwood and Wagon Mft
; terial, Windmills," Pumps; Water, Sewer,
and Terra Cotta Pipe, Plumbing and
. Plumbers' Supplies.
WAGONS :-: BUGGIES :-: CARRIAGES
Plows, Harness and Farm Machinery,
. Bicycles and Bicycle Supplies.
Rifles, Shotguns, Revolvers, Ammunion
These are a few of the lines which we carry .
A Large ahd Well Selected Stock
to Choose From.
Send lis your inquiries. We want your tradef
and will try to merit it.
Mays & Crowe,