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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1904)
O. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
Mo. 2, Clilctuio Special, 11:43 a. m.
No. 4, Hjiokiuie Flyer, 8:;I8 p. m.
No. H, Mail and Express, 10:50 p. tn.
No. 24, Why Freight, 110 p. m.
No. 2i Fast Freight, 4:05 a. m.
No. 1, Portland Special, 3:03 p. m.
No. 3, Portland Flyer, 5:3(1 a. m. .
No. 5, Mall and Express, 4:48 a. m.
No. 23, Way Freight, 9:25 a. m.
No. 21, Fast Freight, 5:45 p. m.
Hood Kiver Weather Report.
For week ending Tuesday, Sept. 27 Mean
maximum, 78.; mean minimum, 50.5; mean,
63.2, Highest temperature, mh" Sep. 30: lowest,
4S night ot Oct. 4. Precipitation, nil.
D. N. BYEHLEE, Local Observer.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
For bargains in Silverware, see Clarke,
Cocoa menier and chocolate menier at
Bone & Me Donald'.
Use Williams' anti-septic- hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
Clarke, the jeweler, guarantees all
watch, Clock and jewelry repair work.
$500 to loan on farm property. Apply
to W. J. Baker.
You will find a complete line of eye
glassses and spectacles at Clarke the
I handle all of the standard made
w atches, call and get prices, Clarke the
Watch the label on the Glacier, it
tells when your subscription is due.
For Sale A' good business location on
Hood River Heights. Inquire on prem
iss. ABBOTT'S STORE.
Don't buy wall paper from sample
book agents. Hunt can save you money
and has the goods on baud.
We invite the public to come in and
get our meat prices. We are selling
boiling meats at bed rock prices. Mayks
When yon need a good diamond atthe
lo vest poesible figure, quality and size
guaranteed by the cutter, call on Clarke,
We want Gravenstein apples, pears
and peaches. Send for stencil ana in
formation, free. A. D. Blowers & Co.,
40 acres good fruit land, 4 miles fron:
Hood River, oak and pine timber, all
under irrigation. Very cheap for 30
days. Price $:!0 per acre; terms. For
eule by Geo. I). Culbertson & Co.
I now have the most complete line of
plain band and set rings in the city, get
my prices before purchasing elsewhere,
Clarke the jeweler.
Mayes' Bros.' meat market gives notice
that all orders for morning delivery
mast be in by 10:45 o'clock. The after
noon delivery will be taken off at 4:30.
" Mayes Bros.
Orders at McGuire Bros.'meat market
for morning delivery must be in by
10:46 o'clock. Hereafter, in the after
noon, the wagon will be taken off at
4 ;30. McGuirk Bros.
Place your orders with the Davidson
Fruit Co. for your apple boxes, and by
so doing patronize home industry. Get
good boxes when you want them
at the right prices Doti't wait until
you need the boxes, but order now ana
haul them out as soon as possible.
20 acres, 1 mile from Hood River, on
county road, oak and fir land, 8 to 10
acres tillable; good spring: all under ir
rigation; no improvements; excellent
location for poultry farm. Price $850;
any terms. For sale by Geo. I). Cul-
ertson & Co.
You w ill see our windows full
beautiful Glassware, cut glass
signs, regular 35c and 40c values
Save money by getting Stockings
for your lioys and girls here. Qual
ity is the thing.
to look over our fancy crock
Beautiful new things just
le in. We've never had any
thing so fine before.
n GET IN irit MABil ur i nrtuiiivj n i S7
&C(jfm The Little Store with Little Prices iot
- B 1 Gil I
FOR BUTTRICK'S PATTERNS
Ladies and Misses' Coats
In the Rain Coats, Tourist Effects
and Instep Lengths
Belted Coats are right.
Don't be misled by people who have
not the knowledge or inclination to buy
the Latest Goods for Hood River trade.
Hundreds -of beautiful garments to se
lect from here, and owing to our lim
ited space, we are pricing these stylish
Coats fully one-third less than ac
tual worth to nibve them quickly.
All we ask is a chance to show
you our line, and if interested in a new
coat you cannot fail to appreciate our
values and low prices.
We show New Coats for $1.95,
$2.90, $3.90, $4.90, $5.95, $6.40,
$7.40, $7.90, 8.90, $9.85, $11.80,
$12.90, $13.90, etc.
Intelligent clerks to help you select
a becoming garment.
Besides our low prices we give a 5
per cent cash rebate check on every sale
FRANK A. CRAM.
Water and Light Notice
All water and light bills must be paid
at the company's office each month in
advance, on or before the 10th day of
the month. Pto collector will be sent
out hereafter. In all cases where bills are
not promptly paid when due, the ser
vices will be discontinued until all
arrearages are paid.
HOOD RIVER ELECTRIC L. P. &
By II. L. Vorse, Manager.
Jackson & Jackson.
School books at Coe & Son's.
Orpingtons and Minorcas at Lewis'.
Wall Paper One of the finest lines
in the city at Hunt's. Due March 1.
The Royal Bakery gives notice that
hereafter the bakery will be open from
8 to 10 a. in. and 4 to 5 p. in. Sundays.
A complete line of school books and
tchool supplies. Remember the place
Geo. F. Coe & Son.
8. E. Bartmess has a first class uphol
sterer in his employ, and is prepared to
do all kinds of repair work.
Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired
at the lowest possible prices, Clarke the
Chocolate menier is absolutely pure,
and guaranteed best made. Get a can
at Bone & McDonald's.
Fresh Chinook Salmon, Halibut,
Shad, Lobsters, and fresh creamery
butter, at McGuire Bros.
We are still selling our home made
lard as cheap as other lard can be bought
and we guarantee every bucket. 10s,
Jl.30 ; 5s, 65c ; 3s, 40c. Mayks Bros.
For Sale. 80 acres of land opposite
the Mount Hood postoffice. A bargain
if sold soon. Two lots and one .of the
best residences in town at a bargain. In
quire of George T. Prather.
160 acres good mountain land, 80 acres
under irrigation, easily cleared; mil
lion ft. merchantable fir timber; small
house; 10 miles from town. Price $1000;
terms. For sale by Geo. Di Culbertson
To whom it may concern : All persons
that have wood, lumber and wagons on
;he corner lots of block 3, Hood River,
back of the Oregon Lumber Co.'s store
and Geo. T. Prather's office, must re
move them front the lots by October 1,
11)04. After that date I will charge
storage and rent. S. J. La r ranch.
Application must be made at the
office of the Hood River Electric Light
Power and Water Co. before any irri
gating is done. Patrons living west of
Fourth street will use the water from 2
to 5 D. m. and from 7 to 10. at night.
Those living east of Fourth Btreet will
use the water from 5 to 11 a. m.
aug 25tf H. L. VORSE, Manager,
- 1 .
Having purchased the complete stock
of vehicles and agricultural implements
carried by the Davidson Fruit Co. I find
I am overstocked in some lines, more
especially nlows and farm wagons,
Those in need of farming Implements
will do well to call and get prices at
once, as most of tins stock must be sola
before the rainy season begins, as I
have not room to house the same.
J. R. XICKKLSEN. 2t
Next 'Week Is Fair Week, and
we extend a very cordial invitation to
all to visit our store and make it your
restjng place. Comfortable seats, drink
ing water and music for your entertain
ment. Special sales have been arranged
for each day of the Fair, which wilFbe
interesting money-saving events for
you, and our new goods for Fall will
lie on display.
Store decorated fr the occasion.
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A fine farm for sale in the Odell dis
trict. Well improved. Sold at a bar
gain if taken soon. W. J. Baker.
If you waut fruit land, strawberry
land, a stock ranch, town lots or house
and lots, go and see Geo. T. Prather.the
old and reliable real estate and loan
W. J. Baker has some beautiful lots
for sale near Chas. Clarke's residence
on the hill. -
Sick headache is caused by a disor
dered condition of the stomach and Is
quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets. For sale at
For sale. Some of the finest lots on
the hill, fronting the river. Also lots
in Riverview park and Idlewild. See
W. J. Baker.
Go to Goe. T. Trather if you want to
insure your store, dwelling or barn. He
is not here one day and gone the next.
Put your insurance with a permanent
resident of your town. He represents
the strongest and only reliable com
Mason Fruit Jars Pints, 55c per doc ;
quarts, 65c per doz ; gal, 85c per doz.
J. rJ. KAMI.
Will Stay in Hood Hirer.
The remedy that makes you eat, sleep
and grow strong, called Palmo Tablets,
will be sold regularly by W imams
Pharmacy, Hood River. These great
nerve and constitution builders cost only
50c per box, six boxes $2.50.
In Hood River vallev. September 28.
1904, to Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Anderson, a
In Hood River, Wednesday, Septem
ber 28, 1904, Wayne Lakin and Miss
Edith Kahan, both of this city.
A new Invoice of trimmed and
Lata ;n.,l4inn w.,,,.1
American and French sailors, new trim
ming and new veilings. Prices reason
able. Mrs. Abbott, Hood River Heights.
Card of Thanks.
Remembering the many kind words
and acts of sympathy shown to us in
our recent bereavement in the loss of
our darling baby boy, we wish to ex
press our heartlelt thanks to all who so
kindly assisted and comforted us, and
for the many beautiful flowers sent to
us iu our time of trouble. May God
bless one and all, is our prayer.
Mr and Mrs. Chas. N Ci.akke.
Lewis And Clark Coins.
Lewis and Clark souvenir coins can
be purchased from the women of the
f, .:- , i. 'I'l - : .. I.
unitarian cuurcu. niesu cuiun i-uu uu
nroenred from members of the Unitar
lan Alliance and will be on deposit with
Butler & Co. UEORGIANA SMITH,
Chairman Ex. Coin.
Mr. and Mrs Fred Coe returned last
Saturday night from an extended visit
at Ashland, getting home in time to
attend the wedding of his sister Myrtle,
now Mrs. Metcalf. Mr. Coe appears
well and strong, and will spend the
winter here, where he will take the
place of his sUter in the stdre of George
V. roe non.
In Boys' and Misses' Fleece-lined
Underwear. Fine quality garments
that sell for 50c, reduced to
per pair for a mule skin, fleece-lined
mitten, you should not let your
hands get cold.
Has always been, and always will
he, tbe Different Store. You can
get things here that you can't get
mi ii m
K Roswell Shelley of Odell left Tuesday
lor i oruanu.
C. A. Dano says if vou want
cheese call on H. J. Byrkett. ,
Mrs. Dennv and daughter F.loin
down from Mosier last Saturday.
Miss Baker is visiting Mrs. Dustin at
15th and Weidler streets, Portland.
J. L. Carter of the East Side is con
structing a commodious apple house.
E. L. Bushnell, from Palmer, is doint?
carpenter work in tbe city.
C. E. Day is building a neat cottage
on the heights in the southern part of
L. T. Bragg of Colfax, Wash., is the
guest of his brother, R. B. Bragg, the
Will Lucky, an old-tinier in Hood
River, visited during the week with the
family of his brother, J. J. Lucky.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Burke have
been visiting in Hood River, the guests
of Mrs. Burke's sister, Mrs. Jayne.
Truman Butler, the well known Hood
River banker, accompanied by Mrs.
Butler, is at the Imperial. Oregonian.
Apples large as pumpkins are a sight
to behold in the orchards of August
Paasch in the Pine Grove neighborhood
of the East Side.
Harry Dano, nephew of C. A. Dano,
ig erecting a neai resilience on lots re
cently purchased in Riverview park, on
n vai jwver street.
The Woman's Alliance of the Unitar
ian church will meet Friday afternoon
at the home of Mrs,. D. Jackson in the
lower part of town. ,
Mrs. John Lei and Henderson is visit
ing friends and relatives in Portland,
where she expects to remain a month or
The Little White 8tore man went to
Portland Tuesday morning t sell his
beautiful horse, the xoate to the ore
that died recently.
Mrs. R. S. Bean of Eugene arrived
Monday and crossed to White Salmon,
where she is the gnest of her brother,
Seymour W. Condon and family.
Mies Carrie Copple, teacher in the
Park street school, was off duty during
the week, owing to sickness. Her va
cancy was filled by Miss Robards.
A. Whitehead is home from Canton.
III., where he was called bv the illness
and death of his mother, aged 77 years.
Air. w luteuead was absent live weeks.
Roy Mullen ran into a barbed wire
fence one day last week, and so lascera ted
his face that the doctors weie compelled
to take 15 stitches to close the wounds
n each side of his face.
The following people made final proof
on timber claims before United States
Commissioner George T. Prather last
week: Miss Dora Selder, Edmund W.
Reder and Charles E. Bockman.
St. Mark's Guild will give a New-
England dinner at the residence of Mrs.
E. E. Savage, Friday, October 7. Meals
will be served for 25 cents from 5 until
7 p. m. Everybody cordially invited.
William Westerlund of Chicago was
in Hood River, Monday, on his return
from the Willamette valley, where he
had been locating a colony of settlers
from the states of the Mississippi valley.
Bills are out announcing a champion
ship series of baseball games during the
fair week between Hood River and
Goldendale. The games are scheduled
for Friday and . Saturday, October 14
Dr. and Mrs. M. F. Shaw left last
night for a two months' visit in the
Wallowa valley. While there Dr. Shaw
will look atter tlie practice of a physician
who is going East lor, a course in post
graduate work. - -
W. H. Perry and wife are spending
the week at the home of his son, E. E.
LyonB in the Crapper district. Next
week, Mr. and Mrs. Perry expect to
leave for an extended visit with rela
tives in Portland.
Percy Cross went to The Dalles Run-'
day to seek relief from a severe attack
of asthma. He sent word Tuesday that
he was better. Elwood Lucky is assist
ing in the Williams' Pharmacy during
the absence of Mr. Cross.
Mrs. J. VV. Magill and daughter, Orva,
have just returned U Hood River, from
a month's visit with relatives at Lewis-
ton, Idaho. They report a pleasant
trip. Mrs. Magill is the mother of Mrs.
A. I. Mason. She and her daughter
are here on an extended visit, and pos
sibly may remain until after the lyewis
and Clark fair.
George T. Prather reports the follow
ing land sales : Four lots in block 5,
Riverview Park addition to A.M.Kelsey ;
consideration, $1550. Two lots in block
5 same addition to L. R. Gano; consid
eration, $525. Mr. Kclsey expects this
all or next spring to put up a dwelling
house to cost $2000 or $3000. Mr. Gano is
also preparing to build a fine house.
Miss M. E. Coleman of Clay Center,
Kas., who has been reading of the Hood
River country all summer through the
columns of the Glacier, stopped off at
Hood River last week during a trip to
the Pacific coast. Miss Coleman gath
ered a box of sample apples which she
expressed to her friends in Kansas with
the Idea that when they saw the fruit
they would at once conclude to come
Mrs. Mowreader of Calicock. Indian
Territory, and family of six boys arrived
in Hood Kiver Monday morning on a
visit to her brother, G. L. Robinson,
and family of the East Ride. Mrs. Mow
reader has rented the Brock farm, where
she will spend the winter. Wednesday,
Mr. Kobinson and W. V. rerry left for
a trip to St. Louis world's fair. Before
returning, they will go on to Indiana,
and will also visit in Kansas. They
expect to be gone six weeks.
D. Sandman oflTierlin, Germany, was
in Hood Kiver last Friday, looking at
the annle orchards with E. L. Smith,
president of the state board of horticult
ure. Herr Sandman is making an ex
tensive investigation of the fruit indus
try of the United States. Ho was much
impressed with the hne orchards of the
valley, and after seeing the many hand
some residences in the town and conn'
try he thought this must be a very pros-
A stranger by the name of Bitting,
called at the home of U. A. Newman of
the East Side last week and asked to
stav at his place for a while in the hope
that he could find Itetter health. Mr.
Bitting said he was from Portland. The
man grew worse, and became so weak
as to be unable to help himself in any
manner. Tuesday afternoon, Mr. New
man, with the assistance of his neigh
bors,. R. E. Harbison and W. Fike,
brought the stranger to town and sent
him to the hospital at Portland.
When Conrad Repp boarded the train
last Saturday for The Dalles his actions
aroused the suspicions of his friends,
who ventured to remark that he wbb go
ing after a marriage license. Returning
later in the afternoon he was seen car
rying a box of cigar under his arm.and
this more than cinched the conclusions
of his friends. Monday the report of
the eranting ot marriage l'censes showed
one to have been granted to Conrad
Repp and Phoebe Collins, both of Hood
River. The Glacier learned Tuesday
that they were married at the residence
of George Rorden Sunday evening, and
the Glacier therefore extends to friend
Repp hearty congratulations.
Tale Passengers for Collins,
For the benefit of people who wish to
go to Collins, the O. R. & N. agent at
Hood River announces that trains No.
3 and 4 will stop at Shell Rock for pas
sengers to or trom Collins. Train No. 3
leaves Hood River going west at 5 :3(! in
the morning, returning as train No. 4 at
8 :38 in the evening.
Cause of Insomnia.
Indigestion nearly always disturbs
the sleep more or less mid U often the
cause of insomnia. Many cases have
been permanently cured by Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. For
sale at Williams' Pharmacy.
Advertised Lelter List.
October 3, 1904.
Nelson, Jack I.vngate, John
Selleck, Mr Wert her, C
Seuton, Mr Weaver, James
Sluttz, Harry, ' Willis, O. J.
W. M. YATES, P. M.
The south and west sides of Mount
Adams are noticeably more barren of
snow than ever known before. This
leads Jim Langille to believe that the
old volcano is warming up and that
perhaps it may again liei-nnie active.
Phone 581 . Free Delivery.
Fair Committees Hard at Work.
The meeting of the executive com
mittee ami subcommittees of the fruit
fair was well attended Saturday after
noon. H. F. Davidson of the finance commit
tee reported that something over $700
had been subscribed to a guarantee
fund. He aUo reported t hut the imar-
niiteo fund had only beeu solitited in
the city; that the htrmers woulil lie
at ked to contribute a box of eating ap
,i. r. Snyder reported irom the local
rnmp of .Modern Woodmen of America
that the annual lotrrolhni; of the campB
of Wasco county would be held here the
first day of the fruit fair. On motion it
was agreed that llmrsday should be
ilesignatcd as Modern Woodmen day.
Mrs. J. t. Watt reported for the baby
show, and on motion $10 was appropri
ated to secure prizeH for the baby show.
Miss Anno smith of the entertain
ment committee reported that a pro
gramme of local talent was being pre
pared tor inursday night, rue com
mittee is arranging to secure some out-
of-town attraction for Saturday night.
It was decided to secure one of the
hnrches for the l'ridav night meeting
of the Oregon l'ress association.
On motion, II. 11. Uailey, S. r. Jllythe
and A. s. mowers were appointed a
committee to canvass the town and se
cure all the rooms available for the
hundreds of visitors who will visit Hood
River during the fair week.
J. fc. Kand reported that the Hood
Itiver brass band wanted !f.r0 for their
services during the afternoons and even
ings of the fair. J lie offer was refused.
Sherman Young was granted the
privilege of locating a candy stand near
the fair pavilion for the sum of f" a day.
Select Prizes For The Baby Show.
Mrs. J. F. Watt, chairinln of the com
mittee to arrange for thu baby show at
the fair next week, announces that the
show will be held at '.i o'clock, Saturday
afternoon, October ID.
J lie prizes arranged for arc: first
prize, for finest baby, silver spoon en
graved with a Hood Kiver apple; Second
prize, a lewis and UlarK souvenir dol
lar; third prize, silver napkin ring.
There will bo two classes for the con
testants, one for the babies between one
and two years of age ; the other under
one year of age.
Deny Tliey Xeglect Homesteads
Several of the settlers in the Dukes
Valley neighborhood have taken excep
tion lo some of the statements made
lately by the Glacier's correspondents
from t li nt neighborhood.
Mrs. A. J. KchhcII called at the Gla
cier office to slate that the remarks in
the items insinuating t hat Mr. Kessell
was not complying w ith the continuous
residence elau-e of the hoinestea law
is not true. While Mr. Kessell is now
ittiM'nt iu Sherman county, Mrs. Kessell
and the children are living on the home
stead. Mrs. Kessell says that when
Mr. Kessell was in The Dalles last week,
he inquired at the land office to see If
he was infringing on his homestead
rights in any way, ami was told there
was nothing wrong in what he had
Gilbert Kdgington, the school teacher
there, gave up a $'i0 position at Wasco,
Mrs. Kessell says, to accept the position
of teacher in the Duke's Valley school
at !0 a month in order that he may be
able to spend two nights of the week on
Mrs. Kessell was very anxious to
learn the name of the correspondent
who has been sending in these items.
Now, it is a custom with newspapers
Special Display on Saturday. T
Beautiful Pattern Hats We call special at
teution to the practical yet artistic style points, also
the workmanship of our patterns. ,
Swell Tailored Hats Styles strictly up to
the ' moment. Milliners have new style problems to
solve every week. We thoroughly understand
the business and can give you the same intelligent
service you will get in Portland, at much lower cost.
' Trimmings of every descript ion. A practical
experienced trimmer at your service at all times.
See us for pointers on Velvets for the new coats
and suits. This will be a great Velvet season. We
handle a large stock at the right prices. . " .,
GET READY FOB,
We have everything to make you look
dressy and fixed up.
Ladies', Men's and Children's
Suits, Hats, Coats, Shirtwaists,
Underwear, Shoes, Gloves,
an fact, we can make you glad.
We hope you will read what we ha ve to
say from time to lime about Shoes and
Suits. You wear these goods and should
We do not make ridiculous claims that
are really an insult to your intelligence, but
we do claim that ours is a good, dependable
Our Stocks for Fall are full a'nd com
plete, and by next week's issue of this paper
we shall have moved into our new store
rooms, and we feel that we can serve you
better than ever before.
We ask you to come and see us in our
new quarters, where we will try and please
you and yours.
that the names of the correspondents
are not made public unless they, the
corieHpondents, wish it. Hut the Gla
cier doesn't believe the Dukes Valley or
any other correspondent would inten
tionally say anything through the col
umns of the paper to injure in any
way the business reputation of their
neighbors, anil if their neighbors wish
to know who the writers are, would no
doubt be glttd to make themselves
Howell (1. Metcalf am) Myrtle O. Coo
were married at the residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. anil Mrs. George F.
Coe, on state street, Sunday evening,
October 2, 1W)4. W. C. Kvans of the M.
K. church officiated. The young couple
entered the parlor to a wedding march
played by Miss Inez Adair of Oregon
City, and took their positions under a
beautiful bell formed of ivy. The d(!0
rations were profuse. About 40 relatives
and intimate friends were present. A
dainty lunch was served after the cere
mony. Mr. and Mrs. Metcalf were tho reci
pcnt.8 of many beautiful and useful pre
sents. The newly married couple will
lie at home to their many friendi in the
llti.l cottage on the hill, after Monday
Miss Cramer leaves Fur St. Louis.
Mies Laura Cramer, who won out in
the voting contest last Saturday night.
to decide who was to secure tho free
trip to St. I.ouiH, left this morning' for
Portland, where she will take passage
on the Canadian Pacific for the world's
Much interest was manifest in the
closing of the contest lafet Saturday
night, when a large crowd gathered at
Williams' drug store to await the count
of the ballots. More than half of the
ballots had been deposited that after
noon. William Kennedy voted the
largest block of coupons and turned the
tide in favor of .MisH Cramer.
Miss Cramer's total vote was 55,018,
a plurality of 13,011!). Mis MellaOlinger
secured a vote of 42,520; MiHS Stella
Mood Record Of Barrel t School.
The following report comes from the
liiirrett schools, and shows the number
enrolled October 3 :
Primary department, 40.
Intermediate department, 43.
Advanced department, 28.
Certificates granted for being neither
tardy nor absent during the first mouth
of school, ending hint Friday:
Primary department, 31.
Intermediate department, 20.
Advanced department, 14.
The? attendance and interest for the
first month, ending September 30, was
excellent. Kach deiiartinerlt. earned x
half holiday by having no cases of tardi
ness during the mouth.
The instructors are C. D. Thompson,
principal; A. li. Cash, Ola Norman,
Local Fighter 4ct Derision.
"Kid" Corley of Portland lasted less
than two rounds before the terrillic
onslaughts of Clarence Elliott, in what
was to huve been a ten-round go at the
opera house Saturday night. lioth
lighters mixed things lively from the
start. The Portland lad was the heav
ier of the two, but he lacked steam,
Klliott had been in training for a month,
taking long runs in the country each
evening under the direction of "Dutch
Charley, and he came out of the mill
J. E. RAND.
fresh as he went in. Time and again
Corley went to the carpet, and a hard
jolt in the ribs put him out of business
for good, shortly after the opening of
the second round.
For fear that the affair may lead f.o
prosecution, there have been cluinjs
that the Portland lighter laid down;
that he was not knocked out and Buff
eted no bodily discomfort. There
appears to be no move to prosecute the
boys fur fighting, hut the affair has
aroused the indignation of a large num
ber of people who declare nothing like
this shall take place again within the
city limits. At Monday night's council
meeting, Councilman harly asked that
an ordinance bo prepared to prohibit
boxing matches in the city in the future.
Robert Jones started overland
GraHS Valley last week.
Fred and Albert Blalock returned to
Belmont Saturday after spending three
months in Sherman county.
The basket social given at the Frank
ton school house last Friday evenfrtg
was a complete success In every particu
lar. The proceeds were $02.25. Another
tally for Franktou. Where is Barrett.
Mrs. Joseph Frazier,sr.,visited frionds
at itelniont last week.
Rev. C. II. Clark will preach at Bel
mont next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
and also in the evening at o. ,
The ladies' aid of Belmont will meet
at the residence of Mrs. Will Tarrell
Friday afternoon. j
A beautiful little brown-eyed girl was
welcomed at the home of John Hudson,
MrB. Georgia Gilbert, who lias spent
three weeks at the Henderson ranch, iu
Belmont, will leave this week for Los
Angeles, where she will visit for a short
time and from there return to her home
John Wilson started on Monday's
noon train for a visit at his childhood
home in Indiana, where he has not been
for 23 years. His many friends wish
him a safe and pleasant journey. .
Lit tle Mattio Jones, daughter ol Rob
ert Jones, was lobt on Wednesday last.
Her mother was almost distracted, fear
ing she was drowned in tho diicli, which
passes close in front of the house. The
child is crippled, therefore continuously
in its mother's care, Whilo friends wefe
searching the ditch, the glad news was
shouted trom tho house that she was
found crouching behind the sofa fast
There was a chicken dinner served at
tho residence of M. 11. Nickeisen-un the
evening of September 28, by the ladies'
aid society. There were 50 persons
served with not only chicken, but an
abundance of the best of everything
that could be gleaned from the larders
of the Belmont houses. Mother Nickel
sen does just love to see anyone enjoy
a good meal, so she was in her glory, in
fact, everybody there was happy, chat
ting ami (casting on food and uiusio un
til near midnight, for the sum of 25
cents. The proceeds goes to yay for
repairing the parsonage and church
building. The writer has not seen tho
parsonage since repaired, but can say
that the church building is fine, calsom
ined ceiling, nicely papered walls, mat
ting and carpet on the lloor.new preach
er, good choir, and well-filled pews of
attentive listeners. Come and see us.
Or do you know anything the matter
Do your eyes need attention? If so,
call on Clarke, the jeweler and optician.