Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1905)
Will offer during the next ten days
Winter Goods at Cost
WOOL UNDERWEAR, WINTER SHOES
CLOAKS, WOOL SHIRTS,
WOOL HOSE, LINED GLOVES.
These goods are in our way and we also need the money. We have a long
winter term yet before us, and much comfort can be derived from warm Clothing,
even if it doesn't cost you much.
Our Ladies' Cloak prices are a joke. When we show customers our line and
quote prices they think we stole them. We simply have sold hundreds of their com
rades and what is left is as a drop in a bucket. Hence we can part with them for
most nothing, and by turning the capital several times this summer be ready for a
new line for Fall, 1905.
We will have after March 1st a first-class forelady in our Suit and Skirt Depart
ment. We will show a swell line of Suits, Skirts and Rain Coats, when we get
our store arrangement complete.
1905 will see wonderful values offered in every department of this reliable store.
FRANK A. CRAM.
O. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 2, Chicago Special, 11:43 a. m.
No. 4, Hnnkaiie Flyer, 8:88 p. m.
No. 8, Mail and Express, 10:50 p. m.
No. 24, Way Krelirlil, 1'2:10 p. iu.
No. 22. Fust Freight, 4:05 a. in.
No. I, Portland Special. 8:03 p. m.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, 5:38 a. m.
No. 5, Mall and Express, 4:48 a. m.
No. 2.1, Way Freight, 9:25 a. m.
No. 21, Fast Freight, 6:45 p. m.
Hood Kiver Weather Report.
For week ending Tuesday, Jan. 81: Mean
maximum, 45.5; mean minimum, 34; mean,
H!i.7 Hlirliest temperature, 61 Jan. 27; lowest,
81 night ol January 2ii and 2S. Preclplatlon
.17 of an Inch.
1). N. BYKRLEE, Observer.
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERS.
Money to loan E. H. Hartwig.
Pine apples, 35c, at The Favorite.
Ohio chestnuts at The Favorite.
Use Williams' anti-septic hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
BOOTHS have moved to where Rand
used to he.
For sale. Some of the finest lots on
lie hill, fronting the river. Also lots
in Riverview park and Idlewild. See
W. J. liaker.
Chocolate menier is absolutely pure,
and guaranteed best made. Get a can
at ltone & 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
for sale near Chas. Clarke's residence
on the hill.
We invite the public to come in and
get our meat prices. We are
boiling meats at bed rock prices.
Call and see Strowbridges' new stock
of wall paper, paints, oils, brushes, etc.,
next door to Mayes' meat market.
Ho your eyes fail you? Come in and
see C. H. Temple, the oculist, who is
prepared to test and fit your eyes, and
lias the largest stock of glasses in the
If your watch is out of order come
and seo C. H. Temple, the watch maker,
who will repair jour watch, and save
time, save money, and have your watch
l ist 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
Minnville. Frank J. Perkins, agent, P.
O. box 92, Hoot! River, Or.
Best selection of rings ever brought to
Mood Kiver. Over 200 styles. C. H,
S. K. Bartme88 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 stock in town. Watches,
the finest grade rings, the largest stock,
all at reduced prices. Come and see
C. II. Temple for bargains in all lines.
Mayes Bros.' meat market givei notice
that all orders for morning delivery
must be in by 10:45 o'clock. The after
noon delivery will be taken off at 4:30.
For Wilbur's poultry and stock food
go to Bone & McDonald's.
If you get an article of Clarke,the jew
eler, and it doesn t prove to be as rep
resented, bring it hack.
50 acres on the East Side, 2J miles
out. 10 acrea in young orchard. A snap.
W. J. BAKER.
Large stock of horse blankets
winter robes at 8. J. Frank's.
Cocoa menier and chocolate menier at
Bone & McDonald's.
Latest designs in ladies watcher ; gold
filled, solid gold, and also with diamond,
setting. Also a full line of gentlemen's
watches. C. H. Temple.
House and two lots in Albany will
trade for Hood River property. W. J.
Mantle clocks, with gold plated front,
warranted not to tarnish, at C. II.
Want 40 to 160 acres wild land good
soil, comparatively level, in lower Mount
Hood district. Price must be reason
able. Terms, spotoaeh. 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 selling our home made
lard as cheap as other lard can be bought
and we guarantee every bucket. 10s,
$1.40; 5s, 70c; 3s, 45c. Mayks Bbos.
I am prepared to save you money on
your year's reading. Bring in a list of
magazines you would like and let me
give you a price on them. Geo. I. Slo
com. The band boys will give a masquerade
ball Saturday evening, February 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 stock marked
down at greatly reduced priced. Call
and look them over. Clarke the jew
eler. Fresh smelt at McGuire Bros.
Twoemall 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. Henderson.
Five acres halr a mile from town. A
snap. W. J. Baker & Co.
Cranberries at Holman't.
Oranges, 15c a dozen ct Holman'B.
Celery and cabbage at Hotmail's.
Rice, 20 Bs for f 1, at Holman's.
Buckwheat flour at Holman's.
See that fine line of brooms at Holman's.
Full line of all kinds of meat, fresh
and cured, at Holman's.
Valentines at Coe's.
Good lot in Spokane, Wash., will
trade for Hood River property. W. J.
Gloves and mittens at cost Largest
stock in the city. Must reduce the
House and lot on hill $000. Renting
for (8 per month. Terms $200 down,
balance on time. W. J. Baker.
Get your harness oiled and repaired
for the spring work soon to begin. Sher
man Frank is the harness man who is
prepared to do the job.
Hpecial A 160 page pencil composi
tion book for 3c at Co A Son's.
There is a stoie in Hood River town,
Known to all the people roun I ;
The place to get your peanuts hot,
Is at Coe & Soii'b, they hit the spot.
A 40-sheet pen tablet, note Bize, for 3c
at Coe & Son's.
All views at half price at Coe & Son's.
J. M. Hollowell left Friday afternoon
The Women's Alliance will meet with
Mrs. Henry McGuire Friday afternoon,
Mrs. Viuce Circle and her niece left
this afternoon for Hood River. Chron-
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Shepard left Mon
day afternoon for Portland. Mr. Bhep-
ard went on to Salem, while Mrs. bhep-
ard will visit in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur H. Galligan
returned Friday afternoon from Mosier,
where they attended the tuneral or old
Billy Hay, who died last Wednesday
Conies of Iowa papers contain big
advertisements of special sales of jewer-
lerv stock of Dr. Laraway. Evidently
bavins iiotten a taste of the Hood River
country the doctor is more anxious man
ever to locate here permanently.
William I He of Portland is canvassing
Hood River for the Little Chronicle, a
vounz Deoule's newspaper published for
use in the schools. II. C. Bateham has
accented the contract for introducing
the paper in tne schools oi nooa itiver
and t he Dalies.
Examinations for state papers will be
held in the court house at Ihe Dalles
bv county school "superintendent J. T,
Jfeff, beginning Wednesday, February i
and continuing through Saturday Feb
ruary 11. Examinations for county
papers will be conducted Wednesday
Thursday and Friday of the same week
W. Waddell is again supplying the
Deome of Hood River with a splendid
brand of horse-radish. Mr. Waddell
also has first class hominy to sell. His
hominy tastes like the kind you used
to eat when on. toe larm in tne tjuti.
Mr. Waddell has a large list of custom
ers and is kept busy supplying the ta
blea with his delicacies.
C. A. Dano returned from The
Dalles FTiday afternoon where ho
went on business. Mr. Dano says
the people of The Dalles have given
ud the hope of retaining Cascade
county. He met a' number of busi
ness men while there who told him to
hunt up locations in Hood River ax
thev were coming here sure if the
new county went through.
Claude Kelsay, who is in the cigar
and confectionery business with Bob
Romero, near tne fair ground entrance
in Portland, was in the city last Fri
day. Mr. Kelsay says business in the
metropolis is already feeling the whole
some effects of the fair. Eight state
will have to construct buildings be
fore the opening June 1. This will
require a large force of men. Mr.
Kelsay is well pleased with his busi
E. E. Goff, manager of the electric
al department of the Albany Canal
and Water company, w as in the city
last week, looking the country over
with a view of locating. Mr. Goff lie
lievea Eastern Oregon is the coming
part of the state, and picked on Hood
River as the best part of the Inland
Empire. Albany Is growing, says Mr.
Gotf, the dairying industry having
given a great impetus to business in
I Linn county.
Feather-stitched Braid ) Jersey Combination
A very large assortment of this s . 1 Milk Pail. Something new. Made
season's most daintv patterns, all J V willi deUcliable strainer, heavy tin,
widths and colors. 5c. lOc, 15c w J.1. 4 9A lural)le anl1 a"iUry- Eltch' 65c
Oriental Lace. Ljflilfl ttlnk Gla.. Wa.h Board.
nnd Allovers, beautiful patterns in IS J i iJCJ Best grade heavy annealed glass;
while, black, ecru and champagne, - do not wear and tear the slothes.
Ju,t received. Little Prices. A Rummage Counter Itcgular price, oOc. Our price, 45c
Collar and Cuff Sets 11 Dew ttmtur in our store, tbe result Seeds
Embroidered Swiss Collars, 5c, 10, sto.:k taking. Lot. of useful articles We knnw it is a little bit early to
15c White and colored seta, in n,,uch't' ha" ',er" sre f"w talk them, but we want vou to know
prettv designs, 35c to 50c. Jm O'fehanter tap. 2oc we mve the Urgent and most com-
v L Babies' Caps, knit wool ... 10c pitte line we have ever cairied.
Infants Wear Ladles' Flannelette Shirt Waists ... 40c -
We are making a special feature Men's Mixed Wool Overshirts 48e Sewing Machines
of this line. New Iota of vests in Men'. Fleece-lined Mltta - 20c We can save you lots of money on
pure wool and cotton fleece-lined Boys' Knee Pants, irreat value 48c machine. A few sligbty used New
lust, in All sizes, from one month Bovs' Underwear, 50c valuea .. 33c Homes, Whites, etc., that are good
iu two years. Li tile Prices. Ladies' Wool Hose, per pair 15c as any machine made Liltle Prices
GET IN THE HABIT OF TRADING AT
The Big Store with Little Prices
Mr. Egbert returned Wednesday from
Wrentham, where he visited relatives.
Miss Mav Taylor of lone lias been
visiting her parent on the heights since
Miss Hazel Helman and IWulhv Cou
ncil of Portland, are visiting Mrs. II. M.
Wood and family.
H. J. Hibbard, of Hood River was in
Irrigon laBt Wednesday and Thursday.
T. W. Thompson of Cornelius, pres
ident of the Hood River Milling Co.
made a business trip to the city Monday.
Mrs. Fred Shoemaker arrived Tues
day afternoon from Pendleton on a vis-
It to her parents, iur. Bim .Mrs. v.. i..
The Ladies' Aid society of the Con
gregational church will meet Friday
afternoon at the residence of Mrs. II. C.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Vorso returned
Tuesday morning from Portland, where
they attended the Mema recital at the
J. F. Batchelder left Tuesday after
noon for Portland. Mr. Ilatchelder ex
pects soon to make his business head
quarters in this city.
Miss Pool, teacher iu the Hood River
schools, has resigned liecause of ill
health. Her position will be supplied
by Mrs. Campbell of Corvallis. !
Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Watt, Mrs. W. M. I
ntewart aim nnss Anna niniin leu jioii-
day afternoon for Portland to hear
Melba, the renowned singer.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Roberts, after
spending the month of January at
Tanglewood, are in the city to sp nd a
few weeks with Mrs. Margaret Keiu.
Among the Hood River people who
were in noon Kiver mis ween to near
Melba were Mr. and Mrs. II. K. David
son and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Castner.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Knnpp went to
Portland to attend the Melha concert.
Mrs. Kuapp will remain m the city a
few weeks to study spring millinery
The Endeavor society of the Vullev
Christian churchlwill hold their annual
-business meeting and social at the home
of Mr. and Mrs Frank Fusshurg, on
Mr. and Mrs. Claude C'opple re
turned Saturday night from Portland.
Mrs. Copplo has been at hugene since
the first of the year on h visit to I
friends and relatives.
Meigs Bartmess, instructor iu the Hill
military acadamy at Portland, returned
to Portland, Tuesday afternoon, after
a few days' visit with his parents, Mr,
and Mrs. S. K. Hartmess.
William Iile, an old school mate of
W. II. Hoot, while in town on business
connected with a paper culled the Lit
tle Chronicle, visited Mr. Root's family.
Thev had not met for several years.
To make complete the item in the
Odell notes in reference to William
Ehrek's apple crop, Mr. Shelley wishes
it stated that Mr. Klirck shipped over
KS00 boxes, which returned him (2500.
It. M. Huxley received word last
wc'; that his family were all taken
sick on their arrival in California, lie
immediately left for the south, and may
bring his family with him on his re
turn. Frank Chandler left Monday after
noon for Portland, where lie hoped to
el in BMiie good work on the senatorial
elegatinn from Multnomah county, to
swing them all in line tor t ascaae
Mrs. J. F. Batchelder nnd others of
her neighborhood have been bothered
gre.itly of late by a hand of worthless
dogs that prjivl around in the neighbor
hood of the Country Club Inn. Mrs.
Ilatchelder has lot a half dozen or
more of her best Plymouth Rock hens
from the ravages of these d"gs
Tho boys tell a good joke on A. E.
Lake, lie is a member in good stand
ing in the order of Odd Fellows. When
Representative Jiiyne was questioning
him before the counties committee re
garding the number of tinnfers and ab
stracts of Hood liiver as compared with
The Dalles, Mr. Luke gave Lew Morse
the sign of distress.
Frank Davenport went to Portland
Tuesday afternoon to confer with the
Dufur Southern railroad people concern
a bid the Davenport Bros. Lumber Co.
has placed with the enntratora for
supplying ties and bridge timbers for
the new railroad now in entire of con
stuction. While in Portland, it is Mr.
Davenport's intention to look after the
mac him ry for the new box factory his
company will install this spmg.
II, Norder was arrested last week on
con.nlaint. of his brother. A. Norder,
that ho was violently insane. Deputy
Sheriff Oliuer took tho man to -The
Dalles, where he was triven an exann-
before Jndg" Like and Dr. Doane. The
judge evidently concluded Norder had
gone daffy over county division, and dis
charged him. Norder is the gentleman
seen on the streets wearing long hair
after the style of fake healers.
Senator George H. Baker of
Klickitat c,o u n t y is president
tiro tern of tho senate Bud on tho fol
lowing enmimittues: Appropriation;
banks and banking; counties and coun
ty boundaries; elections and pnvl
leges; fisheries, rules and joint rules.
Kepreaontatve William Coate is on
Corporuions other than municipal;
diary and livestock ; county and conn
ty boundaries; revenue uud taxation;
roadH and bridges; water and water
rights other than irrigation.
Tom CalkinB of Franktoli, who silver
tises in another column that he will
have garden plants for sale, finds this
business vcy profitable. He says last
spring his plants were all sold liefore he
had notten tairly starteil. ins custom
era were well nleased with the plants se
cured of him. and have all asked for
more this year. Mr. Calkins hopes this
year to be able to supply the demand in
any quantity. Many people find it
much more satisfactory to buy plants
already started than to take the trouble
of preparing hot beds
If. C. Baleham. former proprietor of
the Columbia nursery, has traded seven
acres of his farm to. I. b. r-imonton
receiving in return the large building
on the heights south of (iills store
The seven acres lie on west of the
road. Mr. Kinionton came to Hood
River from Grand Canvon, Col., where
be and his eon erected 8(1 houses in two
years. Mr. Simonton'B son is now con
lined to hi. bed with conBiimtion, but
undaunted he continues his work as an
architect and constructs plans while on
Mr- and Mrs. A. C. Staten returned
last week from Forest Grove, where
they visited the family of Colonel Hay
nes. Mr. Staten savs there is a notic
able difference In-tween Hood River and
Forest Grove. The two to ns are aliont
the same size, but the business done in
Hood River would represent a citv of
3,000 people in the Willamette vail
Pacific university does more than any
thing else to keep up the city ol Forest
Gnve, says Mr. Katcn. It is a very
pretty little town, and many homes
have te-n built iu the last two ear .
"Dad" Fouts is mourning the loss of a
purse containing aoout mo in goio.
Water and Light Notice
All water and light bills must bs paid
at i he company' office each month in
advance, on or liefore the 10th day of
the month. No 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. A
By W. II. Chipping, Manager.
Will Stay in Hood Hirer.
The remedy that makes vou eat, sleep
and grow strong, called Pal mo Tablets,
will be sold regularly by Williams
Pharmacy, Hood River. These great
nerve and constitution builders cost only
50c per box, six boxes 12.50.
ItSO-acre improved farm, under irriga
tion, iu Nebraska, for farm in Hood
River or White Salmon. W. J. Baker.
New Hampshire's building at the
Lewis and Clark centennial will be a re
production of the birthplace of Daniel
Geo. D. Culbert-on A Co. are my au
thorized agents for tbe renting of my
houses and selling town and country
property. ll. t:. liih.
Closing Out Below Cost
A limited number of
Hats, also a few pat
terns. Ready-to-Wear Hats
Sacrificed below Cost
They are correct in
si vie, but must be mov
ed to make room for
A swell line of colorings
iu Velvets for Girdles,
Press Trimmings, etc.
Smith BIocR AT RAND'S HoodRiver
You will probably ask, whywo are making this sacrifice. Tho answer is, First,
to advertise our Clothing Department and stimulate our other departments
to greater activity. Secondly, to make room for our Big Spring Line of Cloth
ing, which we cannot handle advantngeously while our Clothing Department is ia
I its present congested condition.
HATS FOR MEN
MEN FOR HATS
There are two kinds of $3.00 HatS-t he Kings
bury and the other kind.
If you get the Kingsbury you make no mist tike. If
you get the other kind, well, that's your business.
Several styles of Kingsbury Hats to be closed
out at reduced prices.
During the month of February we will place on stile:
20 Men's Winter-weight Suits of Clothes
120 Boys' Long Pants Suits
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
Men's $25.00 Suits
Men's $15.00 Suits
Men's $10.00 Suits
Men's 12.50 Suits
Men's $10.00 Suits
I'.oys' $10.00 Suits
Hoys' $12.00 Suits
Hoys' $10.00 Suits
Boys' $ 7.50 Suits
Come in; you are as welcome looking as buying.
(jives out to his customer, and IftUr in
the day when lie hail use lor uie money
Ihe puree was minning Ironi Jim pocKei.
Whether he left it on the counter anil
some one picked it up lie can't say for
certain. He says lie has waHted more
money than this mini but never hail
anything to worry him no. lie offers a
reward ol iu in anoiuer column.
In llonit Rivpr vullev. Tuesday. Jan-
nary 31, to Kev. and Mn. W. A. Elkine,
In Hood Kiver, Monday morning, Jan
uary 30. 1(105. the Infant child of Mr.
and lUre. rred hamz. lironcniai irounie
was the causeof death. Frederick For
rest was horn January 18, 1905, and w0h
therefore 12 days old at the time of hit
leath. riincral fiervicoiwerecoiiuuciea
hv Kev. Khodes at 10 o'clock Tuesday
morning at the house on Eugene street.
Interment waB made in Idlewilde cemetery.
We nilm thee from our Dome, dear.
We iiiIkh tliee from Ihy pluoe.
A xliaclow o'er our life In eaut
We minx Uie Hweeluew of iby face.
rronperous Tear for Canbr Corpn.
A verp Interesting meeting of Canby
W. K. ;. was held last Saturday at their
hall. There was a full attendance. One
cuiulidate was initiated.
A very pleasing feature of the meet
ing was the presentation of a salad fork
to Mrs. Anes Cunning from the corps
a mark of appreciation for her ser
vices as secretary for three years. Mrs.
Kllen Illount was also pretented with
an autograph quilt for the splendid work
done as treasurer, she having filled that
office three years.
Canby corps was never in a more
flourishing condition, there being over
40 names on the roll, 14 having been
added during the year 1904.
Principals' (lob to Meet Saturday.
The Wasco county Principals' club
will iiiet-l in the rooms of the Hood
Kiver high school, Saturday morning,
February 4. Ten o'clock is the hour set
for convening. The matter of arranging
the county exhibit at the Lewis and
Clark exiiosition will be explained and
A full attendance of the teachers of
the valley and county is expected.
buoerintnuenl f.en will be
. .v. hp rem.-mliem rashiriff a I here from The Dalles, and It is expected
liui'lr in tlii. Kii-t Nut ional bank Mon-' that be will be accompanied by Professor
dav mornina. and putting some iiold I Whitel of llufur and Superintendent
committee to look alter the educational
display from this countv.
1j. n. Minders, ll. ll. w tine, .i. i.
Neff and L. A. Wiley, the committee in
charge of the educational exhibit from
Wasco county, have prepared a pam
phlet of instruction, which given an out
line of how the woik in I lie tehool room
shall lie arranged for exhibition pur
poses. These pamphlets have lieen dis
tributed to each teacher in the county.
The outline is based upon the state
course ol study ami points out what is
required in the different grades.
Savs the committee :
"Every school now in session in the
county is expected to contribute to the
educational display at the Lewis ami
Clark exposition, and it is the duty of
every teacher in chaw of a school to
see to it that the contribution is mad-
and is the best porsihlc in character ami
"Select and ashi).'n the work for each
f your grades, if you have not already
done so. After its preparation by your
pupils under close snperv si -ui, have it
copied and recopied by them in order
that it may be as perfect us possible in
form before it is finally put on the ex
nosition miner. Accent, no work that
has not been done with tl.e utmost care
and is not absolutely free from blots,
January School lii ports.
Kose Hill, District No. 73 -I.i.zie K.
der, teacher. Total days' attend nice,
140; total days' absence, 0; loiul cases
tardiness, 0 ; per cent of atieiidance.lOO ;
per cent of punctuality, 100; average
per cent, 100.
Pino Grove, District No. 7. Mabel
Kiddcll, principal t otal days' attend
ance, )lo0.5; total days' absence, 50.5 ;
total cases tardiness, 9 ; per cent of at
tendance, 90.70; per cent of punctuality,
99.45; average pe" cent, 9H 1)7.
Mount Hood, District No. 0 Nan
Cooper, principal. Total days' attend
ance, 1102.5; total days' absence, 47 6;
total cases tardine-s, U; :r cent of at
tendance, 95.80; per cent of punctuality,
99 81 ; average per cent, 97 83.
Barrett, Di-triet No. 4 D. Tliomp
fon, principal. Total days' attend nice,
2520 5; total days' absence, 137; total
rases tardiness, 3; per rent of attend
ance, 94.85; per cent of punctmdity,
99.88; average per cent, '.19.30.
Rose Hill district made a perfect rec
ord for the month and wins back the
banner held so long last year.
Mr. and Mrs. Mo.es Kntertaln.
Fridav evening, January 27, M. and
Mrs. B. F. Moses entertained u numlier
was spent in playing quiet games.ilri lik
ing sweet, not hard cider, and euling ap
ples. Those present were Mr. and Mrs, J,
1.. Hlount und son Toll, Mr. and Mrs.
It. F. Shoemaker, and sons Kent nnd
Howard, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Shoemaker,
Vernon and Glen, Mr. anil Mrs.W. Me
Keynold and daughter K 'a, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Chandler, Mr. and. Mrs.
W. N. Moses, Mrs. Joseph Dobsoii and
sous Harry and Solon. Mrs. J. F,
Carnes, James McOrath, Misses Frieda
and F.mina Prigge, Maggie Jantxen, Vi
na and Myrtle Carnes, Alice Church,
Messrs. lliirry Janlzen, Herman Prigge,
John St Tamilian, Frank liishop, Ches
ter McKevnold, Wilbur Carnes, Myron
Mctlregor, Lou Dinsmore.
Mrs. Chandler seemed to think she
was getting too old to keep lato hours,
this being her th birthday. 1 tie ma
jority oi the crowd returned to their
homes at an early hour. Evcryono
expressed themselves as having spent a
very pleasant evening.
All wish Mrs. Chandler many such
birthdays, and hope Mr. and Mrs. Mo
ses will not forget to tell part of the
crowd when to return home at the next
(ireut Soldiers, but Poor Orators.
Canby post, (1. A. H., had u good
meeting Saturday, with 20 members
present. George M. Wells, the recently
married comrade, waB present ami re
ceived the hearty congratulations of In
Sume of the newly elected officers who
were not present at the last regular
meeting when joint installation ser
vices were held, were sworn in at this
Tho new officers from commander
down were called upon for speeches.
After very happy and appropriate re
marks by Commander Phelps and Sen
ior Vice Commander Bkinner, Junior
Vice Commander Iiuck said the civil
war evolved two great soldiers who
could not make a speech. General
(rant, it is well known was one. His
(Ituck s) mate modesty prevented him
from naming the other.
into a purse, one of the kind Frank Cram' lenders, both member ol the speciulol neighbors ut their home. Hie evening centennial.
Lends and dark Fair Xoets.
The finest collection of tiger skins
ever exhibited will form part of Siani's
display at the Lewis and Clark fair.
An elaborate display of toys will
lie a feature of Switzerland's $30,000 ex
hibit at the Iwis and Clark centennial.
An exhibit showing the method and
extent of flax gn wing in Marion coun
ty, Oregon, will form a part of that
county's exhibit at the Lewis and Clark