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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1905)
OVERCOATSMen, Boys, Youths
which for the remainder of the season will be offered at the following prices:
All Overcoats are included in this sale.
WYMHTED' 1904 W ROUSE'S BmDEGEEJJTICAmYM
WJE NEED THE MONEY.
N. B.-New White Goods.
O. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 1, Chicago (special, 11:4:) a. m.
Nil 4, Spokane Hyer, 8::I8 p. in.
No. , Mrtil mill Kxprmx, 10:50 p. m.
No. Jl, Way Kreiglit, 12:10 p. in.
No. it!. Kasi Freight, 4:05 a. m.
No. 1, Portland Kperlnl. 3:03 p. m.
No. :i, t'ortliind Klytir, 5:i a. in.
No. 5, Mull and Express, 4:4H a. ra.
No. 2.1, Way KreiKlit, 11:25 a. m.
No. 21, Fast Freight, 5:45 p. ra.
Hood River Weather Report.
For week ending Tuesday, Jan. 17: Mean
maximum, I7.2,J; mean inlnimuni,32.1J; mean,
:tl.ii Highest leniperalure, 4if- Jan. 19; lowest,
80- nlirlil ot January 21 Precipitation, 1.43.
l neru were three Inches of snowfall on tho
2.1ml anil on the eveneins of the 24th there
s insulin nt,Miui:nir in the hills.
l. N. HVKltLKK. Local Observer.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Orpingtons ami flinoreas at Lewis'.
Use Williams' anti-septic hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
BOOTHS have moved to where Rand
used to be.
For sale. Some of the finest lots on
he hill, fronting the river.. Also lots
in Kivei view park and Idlcwild. See
V. J. Baker.
Chocolate nienier is absolutely pure,
ami guaranteed heat made. Out a can
at Bone & McDonald's.
A fine farm for sale in the Odell dis
trict. Well improved. Sold at a bar
gain if taken soon. W. J. Baker.
W. J. Baker has some beautiful lots
fur sale near Chas. Clarke's residence
on the hill.
We invite tho public to come in and
pet our meat prices. We are eellim;
boiling meats at bed rock prices. Mayki
Call and 6ce Strowbridges' new stocl
of wall paper, paints, oils, brushes, etc.
next door to Mayes' meat market.
Do your eyes fail you? Come in anu
see C. II. Temple, the oculist, who is
prepared to test and fit your eyes, and
has the largest stock of glasses in the
If your watch is out of order come
and see C. II. Temple, the watch maker,
who will repair your watch, and gave
time, pave money, and have your watch
list many years "more than it would if
you go to some one who has not had
the many years experience I have.
Insure in an all home institution, The
Oregon Fire Relief association of Mc
MinnviPe. Frank J. Perkins, agent, P.
(). box , Hood River, Or.
Best selection of rings ever brought to
Hood River. Over 2l)0 styles. C. H,
S. E, Partmess has a first class uphol
sterer in his employ, and is prepared to
do all kinds of repair work.
BOOTHS have moved where Rand
used to be.
I have a large stock on hand, in fact,
the largest ttock in town. Watches,
the finest grade rings, the largest stock,
nil at reduced prices. Come and see
(!. II. Temple for bargains in all lines.
Mayes Bros.' meat market gives notice
that all orders for morning delivery
must be in by 10:4 ) o'clock. The after
noon delivery will be taken off at 4:30.
For Wilbur's poultry and stuck food
go to Bone & McDonald's.
If you get an article of Clarke.the jew
eler, ami it doesn't prove to be as rep
resented, bring it hack.
Boys' Underwear ' ? Boy' Sweaters
Fleece lined, finely made garments All woo, pretty colors, button col
reduced in price from 60c to 38c cCw ' jJ A lar, reduced in price from 75c to 58c
Children's School Hose kJg fj iiftT A nd " cilinT'game.
The kind that wear. Double heel, Smt? M Beats Pit all to pieces. Amusing for
toe and knee. Hood as many 25c " young and old. 50c.
ones, 3 pairs for 50c. .
. Seeds New Music
Don't Forget We are making a sncialty of garden , , : . d ..H olv a Pri-
That we sell McCall's patterns, the ffSllKflffiprtcS. ' A"W&'
best and most stylish pattern made. "a P1 lB l'ttle "ce- "Xvomo "Good Bye, Little Girl,
A very large stock carried on hand. . food Choppers Oood Bye."
lOc and 15c Are the most handy thing about a kitch- . . . . .
ArtiUi' M,teri.l. . Simple, strong and Sseful. 2. Columbia Phonographs
Artists Materials L! ? Z Are becoming more popular every
W'e keep a full line of Windsor Sewing Machines day. They don't cost much and are
Xewton's oil r-olors, brushes and can- Do you want a real Jood Sewing Ma- an endless source of enjoyment,
vas stretchers. chine at a little price? See me. . Come in and let us show them to you
tl . j
i S7 vjc
OOCTU The Biq
Has still quite a variety
50 acres on the East Side, 2J miles 'object of the company being to improve
out. 10 acres in young orchard. A snap, that section of Hood River vallev
W.J.BAKER. I known as Odell. Ineorators are K. T.
Large stock of horse blankets and i Foils, H. A. Grosser and .1. R. Crosby,
winter robes at 8. J. Frank's. ; Capital stock 13,000, and the value of
Cocoa menier and chocolate menier at J eac'1 8'iare 10
Bone & McDonald's. j Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Rand aro spend
Latest designs in ladies watcher; gold I iuK tne winter at Long Roach, Cal.
filled, solid gold, and also with diamond n tt i. m....
oottln., AK. f.,11 li -f .1 i.l
I ,,8" r t? i B0"0'u
watches. C. H. Temple.
HnilRA anil un Into in AlKonir urill
trade for Hnnd Kivor nrn,.rf w I
liaker. ' i 'H8 wea a sufferer from an tileerat-
Mantle clocks, with gold plated front, 6 oot'1
warranted not to tarnish, at C. H. i Dan Mears and Jim Hunt returned
Temple's. j Saturday from Coyote, where they
Want 40 to 100 acres wild land good I weut huntiu f B fw dys
soil, comparatively level, in lower Mount j Mr- and Mrs. Bennett were down
hoou district, frice must be reason -
able. Terms, spot cash. Address P. O.
box 141, Portland, Or.
Before purchasing anything in the
watch, clock or jewelry line, get my
prices. Clarke, the jeweler.
Temple, the Jeweler, has moved into
the Smith building, opposite Williams'
We are still Belling our home made
lard as cheap as other lard can be bought
and we guarantee every bucket. 10s,
J1.40 ; 6s, 70c ; 3s, 45c. Maybs Bkos.
I am prepared to save you money on
your year's reading. Bring in a list of
magazines you woujd like and let me
give you a price on them. Geo. I. Slo
com. The band boys will give a masquerade
nan rtatnrday evening, f ern-nary 4.
Tickets Gentlemen, 75c; ladies free.
I have a few pieces of cut glass left,
which I will close out at the lowest pos
sible prices. Clarke, the jeweler.
Every article in my Btock marked
down at greatly reduced priced. Call
ind look them over. Clarke the jew
eler. Fresh smelt at McGuire Bros.
Twosmall houses for sale.W. J. Baker.
New corned beef at McGuire Bros
Four houses for rent. W. J. Baker.
Land given in exchange for clearing
other land. . J. L. Hbndkrhov.
Five acres haK a mile from town. A
snap. W. J. Baker Co.
Cranberries at Holman's.
Oranges, 15c a dozen ct Holman's.
Celery and cabbage at Holman's.
Rice, 20 0a for $1, at Holman's.
Buckwheat flour at Holman's.
See that fine line of brooms at Hol
man's. Full line of all kinds of meat, fresh
and cured, at Holman's.
Geo. D. Culberton & Co. are my au
thorized agents for the renting of my
houses and selling town and country
property. H. C. COE.
Pine apples, 35c, at The Favorite.
Ohio chestnuts at The Favorite.
An agreeable movement of the bowels
without any unpleasant effeotia pro
duced by Chamberlain's Stomach and
Articles of incorporation for the Odell
Improvement Company were filed In
the clerk's office Thursday morning, the
t nr , KT -r ill" 1 1 n ,-r- e r- nr r-, A r-. , n -
i hi inc. nnoii J r innuinu
Store with Little
122.00, 120.00, $19.00,
118.00 and f 17.50
All flG.50, $15.00 and
$12.50 Overcoats for
$7.50, $0.50 and $5.00
$4.50, $3.75 and $.'1.50
. Overcoats for
FRANK A. CRAM.
. "- miwiiK a n-i uuin
business and is visiting friends in
' Mr8- Entrican was on the sick list
1 Iorm rariceriown ana spout Saturday
and Sunday with JHob Whito and
Miss Hattie Hansberry and Miss Ro
nalds, of Hood River, are guests at the
Smith residence in Stetenson. Steven
E. B. Mills and M. L. Clawson, with
their families, were here from Seattle
last Friday to attend the funeral of Clar
ence Hill and sympathise with and con
sole their afflicted relatives.
The Hood River Tigers and the A.R.T.
basket ball teams are arranging to plav
a series of games in the near future.
Both teams are in excellent condition
and expect to put up good games.
The Indian war veteran bill intro
duced by Senator Whealdon carries an
appropriation of $45,000. This bill iH
for the purpose of making up the defici
ency in the appropriation of flOO.OOO
made by the luHt legislature.
The hatching of chickens will be
shown to the general public at the
Lewis and Clark centennial. All exhib
itors of incubators will be required to
make displays operative, and at stated
hours the crowds will he invited to
come and see the chicks break their
R Fawcett, foreman of the ParadiBe
laundry for a year or more, left last week
for Walla Walla to accept the manage
ment of the Troy laundary of that city.
Mr, Fawcett has had Hi years experience
in the laundry and is iilile to attend to
any part of the business. He hopes to
return to Hood River someday.
Messrs. Enistrum and Wood returned
last Thursday from a trip to F.astern
Oregon, where they went in the in
terest of the Ball Bearing Hub com
pany. They met with good success as
far as they went, but were obliged to
return on account of Mr. Wood becom
ing ill. He has been confined to his
home siuce his return.
D. R. Hemmerl came home from
Lewiston, Idaho, where he was engaged
in the cigar business. Mr. Hemmerl
intends to start, in business in Hood
River as chances are good. Mr Hem
merl is very much pleased with Hood
River, so is every one that comes
to the little city on the Columbia. This
means another member for the hand.
Bert Rand came np from Portland
Saturday and Bpent Sunday with the
family of his sister, Mrs. R. K. Har
bison on the East Side. Bert and
his brother Harvey are now in busi
nesB for themselves, having a store at
Twentieth and East Stark strees,
where they deal in groceries, feed,
etc., and do a good business with the
farmers. Isert is a good business man
i and in bound to succeed.
ni X . II
Major Booth inadi-a business trip to
Portland l!ie lirst of the week.
St. Marks guild will meet with Mrs.
H. L. Yoi.-e next Wednesday.
J. A. Heiidei-hon of Bingi n was n
Dalles visitor during the wink.
Fred Piuim-Ii of Hood River was regis
tered at the Imperial in Portland, Mon
Joe 0it of The Dalles, who is arrang
ing to open a halvrda-hery in tho Bin
sius brick early in February, was in
Hood River Tuesday.
Charles MeCalley left Monday for
Portland. alter a residence of nearly
a year in Hood River. Mr. .MeCalley
while in Hood River was employed
in Hayues' barber shop, i.ml ' he
A reception will be tendered the
Rov. W. O. (iilnuue mnl family til
the Congivgationiil paisi nage on' Fri
day evening, January '2.1. A cordial
invitation is extended to ail to lie
Hood River Basket Hull t un will
change their name to the Tig, vs. L.
U. Morgan, imimtKci; of the team, is
organizing a girl team and he wi.-hes
to call them 1 he Hood Riwr Basket
George T. Rather nude sale lust
week of Fred B. Humes' three lots on
the hill just west of John Donahue's
residence to H. A. Cunning. Mr.
Cunning is prepurng to erect u dwell
A.W. Onthank has tho foundation
completed for a if'JUX) cottage ho will
build this spring on his lots on the
hill, just east of T. J. Cunning's.
Tho residence will be two stories. John
Zolls laid the foundation.
Members of the Christian church in
this city are planning for a great meet
ing, or series of meetings, which will
commence about hollrst of February,
and be Conducted by Rev. Haiidnike'r,
who Is now holding meetings lit llooi
The joint installation of the ollicers of
the Modern Woodmen of America and
tho Royal neighbors was attended by 100
people or more. An oyster supper' was
served, and u royal tune enjoyed bv
The installation was held in the lodge
rooms lust Wednesday evening.
Dr. W. T. Rowley wishes to correct
tho impression t hut. he has given up
his regular practice to give special at
tention to diseases of the eye, ear,
noso and throat. While Dr. Kowloy
is making the latter a specialty, he
is still devot ing much of his time to
a large and growing general practice.
Rev. and Mrs. T. S. Ilandsaker are
meeting it h much success in their
meeting id the alley church. Mr
Hand siiker is a char thinker and
lias a happy laeulty of expressing his
thoughts in it manner t hut is nt once
pleasing mid readily coinpiehendi
liy ins Hearers. J here liae peon
additions up to Tuesday evening.ili by
iniiiierison. Tho meetings may con
tinue several days yet.
1!. W. Simpson is u ight clerk at the
Hotil Waiicoina. .Mr. Sinipion saw
Hood Kivei apoles nt tie Si. Louis
fair and cam,' directly WV-t to secure
a piece of land where such apples
grow. He has hoi,, 'lit a piece of
property at ilosier. Mr. Simpson
spent the fall and summer in travel
ing t' f m t r 5 1 the Kest. lie is an en
tert lining lal':er and can ivln!" very
inteieiling si olios of his visits to
Cljar'is I!. Md'all.v
Ho' d 1! vcr i r the past
day for Portland,
leaves rov. to t'.iko up
in in usicaJ v oi k. M r.
, a resident of
year, left Mon
his prod s.-.ion
mg the i'e. times l:e has appeared be
fore the Hood River "public, showed
marked ailility as u violinist. His
specialty is solo work on the voliiu,
and few museums, are able to bring
out the tone and epirsion that Mr.
MeCalley appears to haxoevoi' at his
command. His mini v friends hero
wish him success wliei'mor he mav
go, and hope to s "e him return to
Hood Iviver at no distant date.
Work is being rushed on the hansoine
new llrosms brick, corner (ink and
Si cotid street. This two-'tory building
represents an outlay of tlfi.OUl, and is
one of the finest buildings in the city,
situated on a prominent comer that will
command trails from all miarlcrs of
I lie corner storeroom v, ill be occupied
after February 1 by Williams pharmacy.
Heavy plnte-ghiHs, clni)ieit at the cor
ners, will give an ornami Html appear
ance, to the front, while oak wood Honrs
will add materially to the rich effect of
the interior. When furnished, Mr.
Williams-proposes to give the people of
Hood Hivi r a business house thev will
b ' proud of.
The local office of the l'acilic States
Telephone Co. is preparing to move
Sainrday night into the middle store
10. 'in facing Oak Street. The diflicult
work of transferring tb i swilch boards
will necessitate, a temporary nisuon.-ion
of the service for Saturday night and
a portion of Ihe next day. It is under
stood that the Telepeiine Co. is figuring
on installing the drop system of phones
within a few months Wh-n this is
done the litest improved switch hoards
will be put in.
Joe Vogt, of The Dalles and well
known in this city, will open somi time
in i'ebriwy with a complete stock of
men's furnishings in the third store
room from the corner. Mr. N'ogl prom
ises the people of this city a moiropoiital
The basement room on lie Oakstreet
side will he occupied by the Hood liiver
Electric Light, l'ovterand Wau-r Co.
Splendid ollice rooms have been tilted
up in the second story. These will be
taken by sevenl proies-iona! men, in
cluding Dr. C. Il.o-iiis, Ihe owner of
the building, llr. II. I.. Humble and Dr.
M. A. Jones, Hot and ild water hi. d
steam leat lire supplied to each of the
second story rooms: well as 1 1 i II iiarls
of the building.
A wide cement sidewalk will extend
along both sides of the I'.rosius brick.
Ann llroken Tniee.
(iny, the M-ycar-old son of A. C. Stev
ens, who resiiles on the Ileiudits, met
witn a paintul accident last. Saturday.
In coming from the wood shed to the
hoii'-e be slipped on the icy walk and
broke his . right arm about two inches
above the wrist. Dr. Jtowley w as called
and reduced the fractureae.d the patient
is resting quite easy, lb- had the mine
arm broken last August and was just
recovering from the former break only
to meet w ith another accident. Tne liM
j time but one bone w a" tiro ken, but this
j time both bones snapped.
( liuiiihi i laii,', Ciuigli Keiiii ily Ilct.
; "In my opinionCliaiiiiieriuin'sC' iui:h
Keinedy is the lust made for colds,"
says Mrs. Cora Walker of Potterville,
! California. Tlure is no doubt about its
I tieiug the liest. No other will cure a
j C"IJ w iuickly. No other is so sure a
preventive of pneumonia. No other Is
From and after January 1, V.W, tho
Waucoma Hydrant Co. 'g 'family rates
will be raised to $1.25 per month." A re
hate of IVic will ho made on family rates
if paid when the collector calls.
H. C. COK, owner.
Water and Light Notice
All water and light bills must lie paid
at the company's office each month in
advance, on or before the loth dav of
the month. No collector will be sent
out horcafter.In all cases where bills are
not promptly paid w hen due, tho ser
vices will be discontinued until all
arrearages are paid.
HOOD RIVKR F.LKCTRIC L. P. Jfc
By W. II. Chipping, Manager.
W II Stay in Hood River.
The remedy that makes you eat, sleep
and grow strong, culled Pal mo Tablets,
will he sold regularly bv Williams'
Pharmacy, Hood River. 'These great
i.erve and constitution builders cost only
50c per box, si boxes 50.
ItiO-acre improved farm, under irriga
tion, in Nebraska, for faun in Hood
liiver or White Salmon. W. J. Baker.
Watch the lain 1 on the Glacier,
tells when your subscription is due.
Saturday, Jan. 28, Monday, Jan. 30, Tuesday, Jan. SI.
real Half-Price Sole
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Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 28, 30
Coat in ur entire stock for just one -
1 here is no mystery connected with this sale, as all
m waozn.it suhuko ONuiearat
so pleasant and safe to lake. These are
(rood reasons why it. nliould be prel'ered
to any other. I be tact ih 1 1 i nt lew
people are Halislied with any other after
liaviiiK once used Ibis remedy. For
sale at William's I'hariuacy.
Hand llovs' Vias(iieraile Hull.
The hoys ol the Hood River band will
entertain Saturday niidil, February 4,
with a riiiiMpii'iailo ball. badies will
attend free of course, while the men will
be charged the modest price of 7") cents.
A jirand :ood time is expected. The
proceeds are to assist in seeuriiiK muter
ial for the b.iud.
( aril of Thanks.
K. ('. Hopers and fainil v desire to thank
their friend i and neighbors for kind
nesses during the siekic ss and death of
the wife and mother.
To all friends we desire to earnestly
expnsa our appreciation ot the many
kuiduesHKK they have rcimcrcd us ilur-
i k the recent illness, of our beloved son
Clarence. We e.p. e'allv thank those
who consoled us in the allliction which
followed. Sincerely vour-,
Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Hill and family.
In llood lli'cr valley, Monday, .lanu-
:iry i:m, to .vir. ami ,M fH. v. 1.
I iieiiory. a daii'diter.
In Hood l!ier, Tue-dnv, January 2"),
r.HI'i, to Mr. and .Mis. W.".. Isenheri:, it
In ll iod !!ivor, Wednesday, .1 annul y
IH, pin;,, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kautz, a
Cabinet .Meetlnir I'pHorlli League.
At ihe regular monthly cabinet meet
i nt; of the Fpvvorlh I.ent'ue of the .M. K.
church, Tuesday evening at the n-n-ideiice
of Hey. W. C. Kvun, vacancies
in the corps of ottieers were tilled, the
ollicers now being H. K. (iiino, pres
ident ; Joe Maves, fn-'-t vice president;
bla Wright, second vice president; I, .A.
Fvans, third vice president; I'rofessor
C. ('rouse, fourth vice president ; Mrs.
K. li. Ilradley, treKfurer; Charlotte
A tier the disposal of business, a social
evening was enjoyed. There were
rallies and music ami later refreshments
were ferved. Hereafter there will lie
regular programs ut Ihe cabinet meet
ings, which it is intended sha'l lie h-ll
monthly, says I'resident (jano.
Sloniac'i Troubles and Constipation.
"Clmu'ibcrl.tin's Stomach and I.Uer
Tab'els are Ihe bt t thing for Htoinaeh
tr mblts) and constipation I have ever
of Seasonable Goods that you need right now.
in Mittens of all sizes. Ladies', Misses' and Chil
dren's Jersey Leggings and Overgaiters.
A few line Wool and Silk Shawls left that are
yours at cost.
Silk Velyet Slippers
slock of Men's
Many oilier necessities for the winter season
that you need, and may have at cost, at
AT RAND'S Hood River
Length Tourist Coats
Short Coats and Jackets
These tire all new and up-to-date styles,
from the Palmer (liirnient Co., the foremost
makers of Ladies' (iarments in America.
The proposition is simply this: We liouht
tOO many Coats in the lirst place. Sec
ondly, on account of the mild season the de
mand for Ladies' Coats 1ms been exception
ally lifiiit. And now you profit by our
mistakes, lor on
$5, $6, $7 and
Don't foreet there are only five days left to
take advantage of our SHOE SALE.
Special Slh-oe Esitra,
lfj() pairs Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes,
good quality but off styles, to close out at
790 per pair,
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday.
Positively your money's worth
Come in; you are as welcome looking as buying
tzmnaaaBB ammmemm mm ma
Hold," HayH ,1. K. Culliiian, a driiKKlwt
of 1'oltcrville, Mich. They are easy to
take and always ive tc.it inflict ion. 1
tell my customers to try thctn mid if
not satisfactory to come back and iret
their money, hut ha-e never luuf a
complaint." For Hale ut, Williams'
BOISE SPITZ NOT
LiKE HOOD RIVER'S
"We had a grand nu'etiiiK, whicl
mil I v liitei'estit;n but instructive," re
marked K. II. Shepard on his return
from lloise. "We had three days ses
sion of three nieelinH u day, each last
ini; about two hours.
" The I'l-oceediiitiH, imucrs imd ad
dresses delivered at this niectiliif will be
nnlilo-lieil liuiundiatelv in pa mi
loi'io, and the nppl" uoion hopes to oti
t it'll a siillieioiiL number oi copies for its
' tli in . F, I.. Sniiih presided vvil h die
iiily and lilled tho meeting with enthu
siasm, nnd we lelt as proud of him hh
we do of our llood liiver Now towns and
"They i!i'o some beautiful apples to
perfei'; ion there, via : .luualliilii, Home
lienuty. Arkansas Chick and Winesip,
but their Spil.i'iils'i''s and Newtowns
tare not to lie compared with llooil
I Itiver, as tl ev are hir,ine; in color,
! el. aniess of slin, liavor and keeping
; ipialit ie. Our 1 ho yreal prize winners
land nioney-niakers, which have si cured
for os a l'l pntiition all over the world,
i wi l never he a succe-is with them for
j .everal reasons, namely: The climate in
! to i peyeri-for the trees to do well; the
j weather is t"0 warm at maturing time
to make them keepers; the codling
i moth, which is very bad on account of
the climate being so hot in summer, se
verely attacks them, and the ipiality
and krep is pool on account ot the ex
cessive irrigation, a they can raise no
fruit without plenty of irrigation on
their sage brush lauds.
'There is no doubt that there- is no
spot on Cod's green earth whero the
Newtown and Spitzenberg can lie g-own
In the state of perfection that isatlained
in Hood Kiver valley."
Dunce at )loiiut llimtl.
The people of Mount Hood will enjoy
a masquerade ball on the evening of
February .1. Tin re wil' lit; good music
and a good time in general. Kvorvbodv
is asked to turn out. Cooper & Knox,
well known to all, tsill have charge of
-price cut to close out.
and 31, we will sell any
goods are marked in plain
or your money
CALLED TO TESTIFY
District Attorney Menefoe tells the
(ilacier that a number of witnesses have
tieen subpoenaed to appear before him
Friday morning, when, if the evidence
presented will warrant it, arrest of the
Hood Kiver saloon keepers will be or
dered for violating the heal option clos
In the matter of tho tuit of Fonts vs.
I the City of Hood Liver, in which Kiii.s
sues to recover fL'bU alleged to be due
him on rebate of saloon license, the
city's attorney hits filed an answer. Un
less tho case come" up beforehand, it
will likely be decided at the regular
Mr. Menefee Bays he has received a
! flof"l ' 'otturs n h last week or so,
many oi mem aiinsing mm because the
saloons of Hood liiver are ftill open
The district attorney gave the people of
llood River word through the (ilacier
two weeks ago that he was ready to en
force the law, but that he must have
the co-operation of the citizens in the
"Conviction can not bo had on mere
hearsay," remarked the attorney; "if
witnesses can be found who will swear
to facts, then something can be done."
Sheriff Sexton was down from Ihe
Hallos Monday afternoon. "Dad" Fouls
happened to bo in tho county seat that
day, and on learning tho sheriff was to
visit Hood Kiver, he telephoned to have
his shops closed. They remained thus
until Sevton left that evening on the
train. While here the sheriff served
subpoenaes on several of the citizens,
who will appear Iwfore the prosecuting
attorney tomorrow morning.
Beost Your Town Don't Knock.
Are you speaking a good word for
the town upon which you are depend
ent for your broad and butter; or are
you a knocker' continually complain
ing because the other fellow overlooks
w hat is not his business any more than
your own? Is there any place in thia
or any other state of which von have
a better word to gay? If bo, go there
and nmke your living. That's the
place for you. U'a likely, however,
that you would'nt be resident of
that town long before you'd be telling
how much better Hood Kiver is; how
many advantages it has and how much
the people of this little citv are con
tinually spending in improvements.
But whatever you do or whereever
you go, don't speak ill of the bridge,
that brought you ver.