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HOOD RIVER, GLACIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1004.
SMITH TALKED FOR
OREGON AT EL PASO
K. L. Smith returned from El Paso in
time to spend Thank-giving with his
luniilv. tie had been absent since the
8th of the month, having attended the
12th annual session of the National
Irrigation congress at El Paso on the
Mr. Smith responded to the address
of welcome along with Governor l'ardee
of California, Senator Newlands of
Nevada and Governor Morrison of
Idaho. Mr. Smith says he didn't
know he was to speak until he
read of it an hour before in the morning
pajer. There is no telling what great
things he would have had to tell the
irrigHlion'HlH had he prepared his
address beforehand. Before returning;
Mr. Smith was made national vice
president of the congress. Governor
l'ardee was elected president and Tom
Kicharu-on ol I'tirllaiid, secretary. Mr,
Smith is president of the Oregon Devel
opment league ana Mr. Kicharuson sec
retary. May the good work of the
The irrigation congress did some good
work, says Mr. Smith, among its rec
ommendations being the repeal of the
timber and stone act, the desert land
act and the commutation clause of the
homestead act and lieu land act. The
irrigationists wish to reserve what little
public land is left for the actual home
steader. This recommendation of the
irrigation congress is expected to have
great weight in inducing the national
congresi to repeal these laws.
El Pasj is a Jdry-Sundy town. There
are other dry things there too. But
across the river in Mexico liquor is
dispensed, of such a strong quality that
a man is made intoxicated at half the
price it costs in this country. Mr,
Smith was told this.
The people of the Mexican province
across the border entertained the dele
gates each day with bull fights. While
Mr. Smith would not attend the exhi
bitions, he says they were the most
cruel sights he ever heard of. Three
blindfolded horses are put into a ring
with an infuriated bull, who gores the
poor horses to death. Many women
attended the bull rights, on the excuse
says Mr. Smith, of "just to see." Sev
eral of the women fainted at the sight,
but others purchased souvenir postal
cards dinned in the blood ot the bun.
The Oregon delegation took with
them 12 boxes of Hood River apples
and several monBter salmon packed in
ice. The salmon were presented to the
various hotels, where tliev were served
with the menu cards announcing that
they came from Oregon with the com
pliments of the Oregon delegates. A
large salmon on exhibition at head
quarters excited the curiosity of great
Mr. Van Horn It et urns Hume.
Mr. and Mrs. VanHorn left last week
for their home at Burt, JN. Y ., alter a
visit of a month in llood River. While
here Mr. VanHorn superintended the
shipment of Hood River's big crop of
SpiUenbergs, which he purchased for
the eastern markets.
Mr. Van Horn, who is president of
the Hood River Fruit company, has
expended $75,000 since coming to Hood
River last May. His company owns 158
acres of apple land, which is being
cleared and will be planted to trees in
the spring. The company has 35 acres
in bearing orchard.
In conjunction with C. It. Bone at
Willow Flat, Mr. VanHorn has interest
in another 150-acre tract of orchard
land. This is being cleared and will be
set to trees. With these extensive
interests in the apple business at Hood
River, Mr. VanHorn is desirous of see
ing Hood River apples receive the top
Mr. Van Horn's purchase of Hood
River Spitzenbergs this year amounted
to (M00 boxes, for which he paid the
growers $12,000. The prices ranged
from $1.75 to $2.10 a box.
Mr. Husbands Dies of Pneumonia.
Mrs. Thomas Husbands, after an ill
ness of two weeks with pneumonia, died
at her home in Wiuans addition Friday,
November 25, 1004.
Funeral services were conducted by
Rev. J. L. Hershner, assisted by Rev.
Mr. Rhoades of the United Brethren
church on Sunday at 11 o'clock in the
presence of a congregation that filled
the church. The selections of Bongs
rendered by the choir of the U.B.church
were especially appropriate, beautiful
and impressive. Burial was at Idlewilde
The bereft family have the heart
fjlt sympathy of the entire community.
Mrs. Ipha May Husbands, wife of
Thomas Husbands, was aged 35 years,
8 months and 9 days. She was born in
Clackamas county, Oregon, March 16,
18(W. On October 10, 1888,,, she was
married to Thomas Husbands. To this
nnion eight children were born, the
eldest of whom is 13 years, the youngest
Her aged mother, one brother, and
three sisters, with her sorrowing hus
band and motherless children mourn
the departure of a loving wife and
mother and affectionate daughter.
Now Carrier on Route No. 1.
R. J. Freidley is temporary carrier on
rural mail route No. 1. Albert and
Percy Shelley were recently named as
carrier and substitute carrier, but on
learning that under the new ruling of
of the postal department the carriers
will be paid according to the number
of miles their route covers, both Mr.
Shelleys refused to accept the position.
The tormer pay was $720 a year; the
present salary is $084 for route No. 1.
Wednesday's Oregonian stated that
Charles R. Knutzen and C. H. Reese
had been appointed carrier and substi
tute, but Postmaster Yates says Knut
zen also refused to serve after taking
the examination, so Friedley was
named in his place.
Big Apples in Wheeler County.
The big.'st apples we have Been this
year, and we saw thousands at Hood
River, are three Gloria Mundis brought
in by R. A. Gilliam. They were raised
in his orchard on Servise creek, not far
from the Tilly ranch where the biggest
Biiuashes in the United States are rais
ed. Wheeler county will some day be a
great fruit producer', when markets are
provided by railroads. Fossil Journal.
Urip (jnk'klj Knocked Out.
"Some weeks ago during the severe
winter weather both my wife and my
self contracted severe colds which
speedily developed into the worst kind
of la grippe with all its miserable symp
toms," says Mr. J. S. Egleston of Maple
Landing, Iowa. "Knees and joints
aching, muscles sore, head stopped up,
eyes and nose running, with alternate
spells of chills and fever. We began
using Chanilierluin's Cough Remedy
aiding the same with a dose of Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets,
and bv iU liberal use soon completely
knocked out the grip." These Tablets
promote a healthy action of the bowels
liver and kidneys wluen is always oen-
tiiial when the system is congested by
n cold or attack of the grip. For sale at
Cocoa menier and chocolate menier at
Bone & McDonald's.
TO AID SOCIETY
Toe public schools of Hood River and
the valley made liberal donations to the
Boys' and Girls' Aid society for Thanks
giving day. The to'al shipments of
fruit, vegetables and canned goods
amounted to over three tons, ihe
Transfer company generously donated
teams to take the loads ol fruit and veg'
etables, besides large quantities of fruit
and jellies. The city school sent a lib
The Dalles also responded freely. The
"On our rounds this morning we
found Superintendents J. K. Landers
and J. T. Neff at the court house busily
engaged in boxing for shipment the do-
nations 10 toe xwys anu urns a hi so
ciety. In other years the society has
sent a representative for this work
which requires much time, and while
not a complaint was heard this morning,
though both gentlemen we knew had
many other duties, we could but feel
that it was an unfortunate oversight to
neglect sending a man this year. Was
co, as we have stated, is always second
to Multnomah in her donations, and
this year was no exception, the only
difference being that in quality it was
better. It is estimated that in value
the donation would amount to $00, and
beside this our city schools gave $ 16.80
in cash; district No. 10, $1; and JNo. H,
85 cents, rive dollars was contributed
by the Lutheran Aid society and $2 by
Big Eastern Lumber Shipments.
Superintendent Early of the Oregon
Lumber company reports that his com
pany shipped 10b cars ot lumber in
September to Idaho, Utah and Nebraska
points. He says that the Idaho ship
ments are Bteadily increasing. Octolier
shipments reached a total of 100 cars
The company is awaiting a higher stage
oi water ociore u win reoiien us iioou
Kiver mill. Its mills at Viento and
Inglis are cutting, respectively, 50,000
and 75,000 teet per day. it lias o.omv
000 feet of logs on hand, mostly fir.
Both of its camps on the East and West
Forks of Hood river are running, and it
is putting into the water about 60,000
a day, which will later on be increased
to 125,000 per day. The company
recently completed an order for the
Union Pacific of 1,500,000 feet of bridge
and tunnel timbers for Cheyenne, Her
moea and other points.
Arranging Hate for Fruit Meeting.
E. L. Smith, president of the North
west Fruit Growers' association, which
meets in Boise, sometime during the
mouth of January, is in correspondence
with U. J. Sincel, secretary ot the a9soe
iation, regarding the date of the meet
ing. While it will be quite a trip to Boise
a large delegation is expected from
Oregon. G. R. Castner will probably
attend with Mr. Smith from Hood
River. The convention met last year
in Portland, when nearly halt the
fruitgrowers from Hood River went
Beware of Counterfeits.
"DeWitt's is the only genuine Witch
Hazel Salve" writes J. L. Tucker, of
Centre, Ala. "I have used it In my
family for piles, cuts and burns tor
years and can recommend It to be the
bestSalve on the market. Every family
should keep it, as it is an invaluable
household remedy, and should always
be kept on hand tor immediate use."
sold by j. js. Williams.
Thanksgiving at llillstrom School.
The following program was rendered
bv the llillstrom school. Gilbert Edg-
ington, teacher, on the afternoon of
Wednesday. November 26, 1!HM:
Song Come Little Leaves School.
Talk on Thanksgiving Teacher.
Reading of Thanksgiving proclamation..
Mrs. J. M. ljenz.
Recitation Tom my bob's Thanksgiving..
Reci tation Wort h Wh i le... James Htecle.
Recitation Little Betty..Royal Rhoades
Recitation Hickery, Dickery, Dock
Recitation When Grandma was a
Little tiirl Mabel Hillstrom.
Recitation A Pocketful of Sunshine
Recitation A Pleasant Fellow
Recitation So Thankful Bella Steele.
Recitation Caesar Rodney's Ride
No More Suffering.
If you are troubled with indigestion
get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
and see how quickly it will cure you.
Geo. A. Thompson.of Spencer, la., says:
Have bad dyspepsia tor twenty years.
My case was almost hopeless. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure was recommended and
1 used a few bottles or it and It Is the
only thingthat has relieved me. Would
not be without it. Have doctored with
local physicians and also at Chicago,
and even went to Norway with hopes
of getting some relief, but Kodol Dys-
aCure is the only remedy that
as done me any good, and I heartily
recommend it. Every person suflering
with Indigestion or Dyspepsia should
use it." Sold by G. E. Williams.
Coenr d' Alene Doubles its Population
Frank Davidson, who was iu this
city last week with his wife and son, to
attend the wedding of his brother liar
ton to Miss Vera Jackson, says the city
of Coeur d' Alene, where he is now lo
cated in the lumber business, has a pop
ulation ol 3000 people, the town having
doubled its population within the last
Backed by extensive lumbering and
mining interests and a good country
well adapted to farming and fruit grow
ing, Mr. Davidson expects someday to
see Coeur d' Alene a city of 20,000
people. The city has street lights and a
splendid munciple water system. Spo
kane is 3.1 miles distant. Electric cars
make the trip in 60 minutes. There are
four weekly papers in the town, and all
doing a good business.
The climate at Coeur d' Alene is very
similar to that here.
1100 Reward $100
The r adera of thli paper will be pleased to
learn tlmt thPre la at Wast one dreaded d incline
thataolence has been able tocurelnall IU atas
ea,and that la catarrh. Hall'a Catarrh Cure Ta
the only positive cure now known lo the med
ical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitution
al diBi-use. reunlrea a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken tnternaly, acting
dlreetlv uoon the blood and mucoua aurfacea
of the system, thereby destroying the founda
tion ol ine aisease, ana giving- me paiieni
strength bv building up the constitution and
aHsiKtlng nature in doing Ita work. The pro
prietors have so mw1! faith in Ita curative
powers that they offer One Hundred Dollar
for auy case that It falla to cure. Hand for
list of testimonials. Address
K. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druirxlsts, "8i
Tnke Hans family fins lor conwnnwTion.
NOTICE OF BANKRUPTCY.
Notice la hereby riven that on the Slat day
of November, MH.N. M. Abbott and H. M.
Abbott, partners as Abbott A Co., or Hood
Itlver, Oregon, were amy aajuuicaieu uana
rupls: and that the first meeting or their cred
itors will be held at room MM, Ch mber of
Commerce bulldlm. Portland. Oregon, on the
th day of December, 1!4, at 10 o'clock a. m..
at which time the said creditors may auena,
firove their claims, appoint a truaiee, eiara
ne the bankrupts and transact such other
boalnemaa may properly come before aald
Dated: Portland, Oregon, November 3S. 1904.
, ALKX 8WEEK.
dl lUferee In Baokrupcy,
AH diseases of Kidneys,
auauaer, urinary organs.
Ale., Vk.iim.li.M U a a W
uropiy, ramus Troubles,
Don't become discouraged. Ttitra Is a
Cure for you. If neceasary write lit. Kenner.
He haa spent a lite time curing Just such
cases aa jours. All consultations free.
"I have been a sufferer from rhuematisnt
for over ten years and have often been con
fined to my bed for several days and suffered
intensely. Dr. Fenner'i Kidney and Backache
Cure afforded relief at once. I now feel as
well as I ever have in my life.
ADA BLACKWELL, Kansas City, Mo."
Druggists, 60c., II. Ask for Cook Book Fhm
For Hale by C. N. CLARKE, Hood River,
Bargains in Real Estate.
6-room house and two lots 80x100 each
40 fruit trees, sightly location: price.
$800: $50 down and 15 per month, or
ou down ana Tou quarterly.
3-roow House and lot 100x100 on the
tt-room house, barn and lot 50x100, on
uaK street, f.asy terms.
House and lot and vacant lots in Boo
kane, Wash., to sell or trade for Hood
House and two lots 50x130 each, will
be sold at a bargain for cash.
The best ranch on the west side of the
river. Fine modern house, packing
nouse, carriage House, nne i-lncken
houses and run, etc. If you want a line
place cneap, Here you have it.
50 acres unimproved land 6 miles out,
f 13 per acre.
Can sell you four, fire, ten or fifteen
acres of good apple land close in, all
under cultivation, small house on the
place. Terms to suit the buyer.
800-acre stock ranch for sale or trade.
10 acres of good apple land to trade
for house and lot in town.
Real Estate & Exchange Co.
Hood River, Ore.
F. E. BROSIUS, Prop.
Strawberry Plants, Top-Grafted
Cherry Trees, 2-yr.-old Apple Trees
including Spitzenberg, Newtown,
Baldwin, Ortley, Winter Banana, etc
Guaranteed true to name.
Hood River, On.
The buying of silver is an
art. To have the best, the
newest and handsomest is
our aim. To see our stock
will reveal many novel ideas
hitherto unknown. Prices
F. W. CLARK,
Watchmaker and Jeweler
CHESLEY & KOPPE
HAVE OPENED A
New Pool Room
In the Building next to the
A good place to spend the
J. T. HOLMAN
HOOD RIVER HEIGHTS
Fresh and Cured Meats,
E. It. Bradley
HIGH GRADE PAMPHLET
AND COMMERCIAL WORK
MHCCS ALWAYS MGHT
W are here to do your work today
tomorrow and every other day, and
our money (what little we have)
U apent in Hood River. We want
your work and can do it neatly and
My entire stock of Millinery, consist
ing of High Grade Drees, Street and
Tailored Hats, are now on sale at the
actual cost of material and labor. This
is positively my last season in Hood
River. Every hat I have is strictly new
and up-to-date. NO old stock and rub
bish to work off. The workmanship
throughout is the best obtainable from
skilled labor. Without boasting I claim
the distinction of offering a better bat
and at less cost than was ever offered in
Hood River lfore.
Anyone wishing to parrhsse my entire bns-
tnea ana gooa win can ao so, niore lur reni.
Tel. Main 156. llowl Kiver Height.
Timber Land, Act June S, HCS.1
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, The Dalles, Ore-
fon. May 23, MM. Notice is hrreuy given
hat In compliance with the provisions of the
act of ooniirese of June 8. 1S7H. entitled "An
act for the sale of Umber lands in the states of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Wash Inii Ion
Territory' as extended to .11 the public laud
states by act of August 4, Iwi, the followlng
named person, have on May 8,1'JOI died in tills
oflloe theirs worn statements, towii:
of Bt. Paul, (15H Ingiehart street) county of
rvainsay, state oi Buiiuemiia, sworn statement
No. 2415, for the purchase of the HKV4 of sec
tion SI, township 1 north, ranne 11 east W. M.
of St. Paul, (153 Ingleliart street) county of
ttaiuaay, state oi Miuntwoia, sworn statement
No.'16,Kr the purehaae of thax'iSKW.SWW
HKV4of section a snd NWliis'C, of section
27, township 1 north, range u east of Willam
JOHN J. KKKENH
of Portland, (a-14th streeti county of Mult
nomah, state of Oregon, sworn ststement No.
17, for the purchase of the V. NW(i and
V. BWi of section M, township 1 north,
range 11 east, W. M.
That they will otter proof to show that the
land sought Is more valuable for ita Umber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish their claims to satu land before the
Register and Receiver at The Dulles, Oregon,
on December 27, 1UOI.
They name as wltnesse8:William Ketclmtn,
.TurtdS. Klsh, William Hpeneer, and Richard
.1 liArmannlTh. llollas IWi,n. k.. 1.1
oftst, Paul, Minnesota; John . Krkeus of
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
abovdescrlbed lands are requested to file
their elslms In this office on or before said
27th day of lecember 1H04.
oct6dl6 MICHAEL T. NOLAN, Register,
rfimtwr IjukI Aot June"i37lKM
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United .Stales Land Olfloe, The Dalles, Ore
gon, Nov. 1, 1WM. Notice is hereby given that
in conipii.uce wun me provisions oi me act
of Congress of June 8, 1878, entitled "An act
tor the sale of timber lauds In the states of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory," ss extended to all the Public
Land States by act of August 4, m,
CHARLES A. HOY
of Portland, county of Mullnomali, state of
Oregon, has this day (tied in this otllce his
sworn ststement No. 2t;W. fur the purchase of
of the lots 3 A 4, section 18 and lot 10 of section
No. 7, in township No. 1 north, range No.
E, W. M., and will oiler proof to show
that the land sought Is more val
uable for ita timber or alone than for agricul
tural Dnrnoses. and to PMtaMtiih hiii lnhn
to said land before Geo, T. Prattler, 1'. H.
commissioner at his office in Hood River.
Oregon, on the 3d day of February lmw.
He names as witnesses: lwls K Morse,
Charles Castner, Isaac C. Nenlelgh, William
F. Hand, all of Hood Kiver, Oregon.
Any and all persons claimtnit adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims in this olflce on or before said
3d day of February, lttfi.
niMjai MlCHANLi T. NOLAN, Register.
Timber Land Act June .1, 1878. i
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Slates Land Office, The Dalles, Ore.
f on.Octoberw.lWH.-Notlce Is hereby given that
compliance with the provisions of the act
of Cong reus of J line S, 188, entitled "An act
lor the sale of timber lands in the states of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Wsslilngton
territory," as extended to all the Public Land
Stales by act of August 4,l!W-
of Scaulon, county of Carlton, state of Minne
sota, has on September 2H, IU 4, tiled in this
office his sworn statement No. 2111, fur the
purchase of the H NK and NHW of sec
tion 32, In township No.5 north, range No.H K
W M and will nflirnmnl linutlutt Mia lutwl
sought is more valuable for tie timber or
stone than for agricultural purixises, and to
establish his claim to said laud before Oeorge
T. Prather, United States commissioner, at
his office at Hood River, Oregon, on the 4th
day of January, 1906.
He names as witnesses: Olaf J. Fry k Hind, of
Cloquet, Minnesota, Lewis E. Morse, William
F. Rand, Uloim R. Fabric, all of Hood River,
Any and nil persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims in this office on or before said
4th dsy of January, ItHto,
on ai m ich Aftu T.mii.AN , Register.
F. W. PRIBNOW,
enter & Builder
Plana and Kittcttlcutlons funiuiied.
LMImolan ArifURfttlln 4r.ivr.lul.aH
All work promptly and carefully utttmded to.
Hood River, Ore.
B. F. BELIEU,
-PLANS AND F.HTIMATKfl FpHNISH Kri-(
NEW FURNITURE FOR OLD.
The Big Second Hand Store
Buys, Sells and Exchanges New and Second Hand Goods
of every description. I5ed Room Suits, Odd Dressers, Wash Stands, Folding Beds, Rockers, Dining Chairs, Iron Beds
Springs, Mattresses, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Stoves and Ranges, Crockery, Tin and Granite Ware, and in fact
everything in the house furnishing line. Come in and
your fancy. We are sure the
Bottom Prices on Picture Framing, Furniture
bone & Mcdonald
Carry a full line of Groceries, Flour and Feed,
Shovels, Spades, Axes, Saws, etc.
The Fishing Season
Is here, and so are we with a full line of first
class Tackle. Come and see us before buying.
Goods Delivered Free
To Any Part of Town.
bone & Mcdonald
HOOD RIVER TRANSFER
& LIVERY CO.
TICLET OFFICE FOR THE REGULATOR LINE OF STEAMERS.
Hauling, Draying, Baggage Transferred, First
Class Livery Turnouts Always Ready.
J. R. NICKELSEN
Farm Machinery & Vehicles
Including Studebaker and Rushford Winona Wagons,
Carriages & Buggies, Faultless and Little Giant Grubbing
Machines, AermotorW ind Mills, Buckeye rumps, Amencus
Cider Mills, Syracuse and Oliver Chilled and Steel Flows.
A complete line of Spray rumps, Hoyt's Tree Supports, Hanford'l Balsam of
Myrrh, Extra Buggy Tops, Seats, Cuttliions, DaHbes, Poles, Hhafts, Singletrees
and .eck yokes holster bprlngs and iron
Cor. 4th and Columbia
are offering EXCEPTIONAL VALUES
in Workingmen's Goods.
Have just opened the LARGEST and
BEST line of UNDERWEAR in the City
Mt. Hood (SL Stockton MacKinaws
Complete Line of Rain Goods
Sole grezits for tla-e
Celebrated Bradley Logger Shoe
NEW THIS WEEK.
A good shotgun 5.60
Target (tung 1.75 to 21.00
Savage, Marlin ami Winchester rifles.
SO varieties loaded ammunition.
Revolver. 2.60 to 15.00
1 laniHlied stove-pipe SO
Air-tight lieator 1,75
50 varieties Heaters for choice.
Stove boards 50c to 1.40
Door Mats 00c to 2.50
HiHgell Sweepers 2.75
Genuine I.ee lirooins 5 varieties.
Hardware, Furniture, Stoves, Tinware, Crockery, Carpets and Shades.
Building Material, Paints and Oils. Just in Reed Rockers. 2.75 to 10.50.
fir mfii I7.,iiirreuTT.
For further particulars regarding the SMITH GRUBBING MACHINES, call
on or write
SE2ICasT 5B waltecbe,
THE DALIES. OREGON.
Age Uarden loom.
Sts., Hood River, Or.
Tinted Wall Paper 00c to 1.00
Tarred Felt Paper 1.00 to 1.00
Malthoid Rooting. 1, 2 and 3-ply.
DuBtleis Floor Oil.
Star Shingles, per 1000 1.40
Koopoline and Laqueret, 40 shades, re
news any furniture.
Crockery Stock Additions.
Rogers' 1847 Silverware.
Special Lamp Ulolies.
Lanterns 25c. 65c, 1.00 up to S.25
Lamps hanging and stund.
Carving Bets 1.00 to 7.00
I Mil 11 VI I
SS IMl tKV&U ' . Ml J
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look the stock over. You might see something that strikes
Repairing, Stove Repairing, Upholstering.
SECOND HAND STORE.
0. P. DABNEY & CO., Props.
and Manufacturers of all kinds of
Ilighost Prices Paid
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
DRA N T LE
AND CAN MAKE YOU
PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT.
NORTON & SMITH
The new Lineoleum, same color
forever, per yard Wic
Table Oilcloth, per yard 20a
Floor Oilcloth, per yard SOo
Mattings 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, 40o
Ingrain Carpet, cotton 50o
Ingrain Carpet 65o
Ingrain Carpet, extra super 75o
Urussells Carpet 90c to 1.20
Velvet and Axminster.
Picture framing. 100 of newest things
Fill up the openings, Everything in
plain and fancy glasss.
, ft Hie Funlte
j . i t
v. -trjaM.-. -
for High Grade Fruit.