The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, February 09, 1905, Image 7

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No. 2, Chicago Special, 11:43 a. m.
No. 4, Hpokane Flyer, 8:; p. ra.
No. II, Mall and Express, 10:50 p. m.
No. 24, Way Freight, 12:10 p. in.
No. 'II. Fast Freight, 4:05 a. in.
West bound
No. I, Portland Special, S:03 p. m.
No. 8, Portland Flyer, 5:Wf a. m.
No. 5, Mall and Express, 4:48 a. m.
No. 2:4, Way Freight, 9:25 a. m.
No. til, Fast Freight, 5:45 p. m.
Hood River Weather Report.
For week ending Tuesday, Feb. 7: Mean
maximum, :M.8"; mean minimum, 30. 8; mean,
34 8 Highest temperature, 49 Keb. 7; lowpst,
25 c night ol Keb. li. l'reciplatlon.01 of an Inch.
1). N. BVkRLEK, Observer.
Hoosier Social Feb. 22,
Money to loan E. II. Hartwig.
Pine apples, 35c, at The Favorite.
Ohio chestnuts a', The Favorite.
Use Williams' anti-Beptio hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
1100TH8 have moved to where Rand
used to lie.
For sale. Some of the finest lots on
lie hill, fronting the river. Also lots
in Uiverview park and Idlewild. See
W. J. linker.
Chocolate menier is absolutely pure,
and guaranteed best made. Oet a can
at Hone & 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. .1. Baker has some beautiful lots
for pale near Chaa. Clarke's residence
on the hill.
We invite the public to come in and
get our meat prices. We are selling
boiling meats at bed rock prices. Mayes
Call and see Strowbridges' new stock j
of wall paper, paints, oils, brushes, etc., 1
next door to Mayes' meat market. '
Do your eyes fail you? Come in and
sue C. II. 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
ami see C. II. Temple, the watch maker,
who will repair your watch, and save
time, save money, and have your watch
hist 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. boxJ2, Hood River, Or.
Best selection of rings ever brought to
Hood River. Over 200 styles. C. H,
8. E. Hartmess 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
0. II. Temple for bargains in all lines.
Mayes Bros.' moat market gives 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.
Mayk8 Bros.
For Wilbur's poultry and stock food
go to Bono A McDonald's.
If you get an article of Clarke, the jew
eler, ami it doesn't prove to be as rep
n" en ted, bring it bark:
Valentines sj White Enameled
All this season's newest conceits, . . l-i,i, i . .. i
mental and comic, from , JTi , J JZZ Toy o?".'
"' QrSJys. J.y1.-f' 1 utensil you want at Little Prices.
75c Framed Pictures for i jf 7 tf 1 J TiW--
36c-I.andsoape, in gray and col- Jf 1 f gCM , . . , ,
or, pretty frames, glass mounted, m W M lA We make it a point to keep things
r sful to the eve. . w. . - y.ou "? filld elsewhere. A big va-
: - A Window Full of nety and Little Prices.
Keep in Mind . Rummage Bargains
That we have all sorts of garden Ladies' French Flunnel Waists. 2.02 Hardware
tools for your spring work, and you Walklogr Skirts 98c, 2.44, 3 98, 4.98 What's the use of paying more for
c in get them here for lesa tban else- Flannelette Waists 40 your hardware than we sell it for.
where. Jersey Knit Underskirts 48 Come and let us save you money.
. Woolen Hose 15
Mr. Ground Hog 50c Neckwear 23 CrocRery
Says "no more winter," so you can Men's Fancy Hi e. 2tlc grade 09 If you want something nice for a
bet-in to plan your garden. All kind Boys' Fleece-Iinwl Underwear 33 gift, we bave got just what will suit
of seeds in bulk or package here. Ladies' Dressing Sacqueg 65 you. We keep the every -day kind,
Little Prices. Children's Silk iiooda 37c, .43 too. Li l tie Prices.
A Base Ball and Bat
These bright, sunny days herald the
coming of the glad spring-time. We are
ready to help you enjoy yourselves with
the great American game of Baseball.
50 acres on the East Side, 2 miles
out. 10 acres in young orchard. A snap.
Largo stock of horse blankets and
winter robes at 8. J. Frank's.
Cocoa menier and chocolate menier at
Bone & McDonald's.
Latest designs in ladies watches ; gold
filled, solid gold, and also with diamond
setting. Also a full line of gentlemen's
watches. C. li. 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. H.
Want 40 to 160 acres wild land good
soil, comparatively level, in lower Mount
Hood district. Price must be reason
able. Terms, spotcash. 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'
drug store.
We are still selling our home made
lard as cheap as other lard can be bought
and we guarantee every bucket. 10s,
1 1.40 ; 6s, 70c ; 3s, 45r. Mayks Bros.
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-
si Die prices. uiarke, 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 Broa.
Two small houses for sale.W. J. Baker.
New corned beef at McGuire Bros.
Land triven in esehnnura for iaarino
other land. j. L. Henderson.
Five acres half a miln from tsium A
snap. W. J. Baker A Co.
Cranberries at Holman's.
Oranges, 15c a dozen ct Holman's.
Celery and cabbage at Holman'i.
Jtice, 20 Bs 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.
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
stock. 8. J. Frank.
House and lot on hill $tKK). 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-
iiitu rraim is me Harness man who is
prepared to do the job.
Special A 160-page pencil composi-
uun uook ior ac at uoe son s.
A 40-sheet pen tablet, note size, for 3c
All views at. half price at Pop A Son's
u&i ir inc. rtAtwi ur ikauinu AT
The Bid Store with Little Prices siol
i 1
Yours truly,
There is a stoie in Hood River town,
Known to all the people roun 1 ;
The place to get your peanuts hot,
Is at Coe & Son's, they hit the spot.
Water Notice.
From and after January 1, 1005, the
Waucoma Hydrant Co. 's "family rates
will be raised to $1.25 per month. A re
bate of 25c will be made on family rates
if paid when the collector calls.
II. C. COE, owner.
New Today.
160 acres in Howell County, Mo., will
trade for Hood River property. W.J.
Chas. N. Clarke, manager of the
Hood River opera house, announces
that he has billed Mahara's minstrels
for Saturday, March 7.
Don't buy your berry crates until our
representative sees you. Our prices are
right, and we can deliver the goods
when you want them. Davidson Fruit
C. W. Betts, a physical director for
merly of Portland but now of The
Dalles, is arranging to give lessons in
physical culture. Mr. Betts comes
highly recommended. All wishing par
ticulars should apply to L. G. Morgan
or G. W. Betts at The Dalles.
Buy your berry crates and fruit boxes
at the Hood River box factory. They
are homemade and the fruit sells at top
prices when packed in them. Hood
River fruit deserves good boxes, and
when you buy from the Hood River box
foctory you are sure of a supply when
yon want them. Our prices are right.
Davidson Fruit Co.
At Menominee February 7,to Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Lane a boy.
Will Manufacture Pressed ltrlck.
A. T. Zeek is enlarging his brick
making plant by the addition of the
latest, up-to-date steam machinery for
the manufacture of pressed brick.
Mr. Zeek met with the best of succes
during the season just closed both in
the manufacture of a lurge number of
brick of excellent quality and in finding
a demand for his product as fast as
the kilns cooled and then wasn't satis
fied, and he says prospects are good for
a stronger demand the coming year.
Mr. Zeek now has his son-in-law, J.
T. Dodge, associated with him and Mr.
Dodge goes this week to purchase the
outfit which will have a daily capacity
of 40,000 brick. They expect to have
the machinery on the ground by the
last of next week and will have every
thing in readiness when the season
T. R. Coon of University Park ar
rived in the city Wednesday noon.
The Minnesota educational exhibit.
which won the grand prize at St. tauis,
will be sent to the Lewis and Clark cen
W. J. Baker & Co. sold yesterday the
house and lot of C. L. Holers near the
school house to W. W. Nason : consid
eration, $1700.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Howell arrived
Sunday from Wasco and are visiting
irs. noweirg parents, Mr. and Mrs
W. H. Peiigh of this citv. Mr. Howell
raises wheat in Sherman county, where
lie owns asm acers ol land. He is said
to be the tallest man in the county, be-
ng nearly sit leet. six inches in height.
I Woman's Alliance will moot with
j Mrs. Stewart Friday afternoon.
Miss Mildred Metcalf has returned
home alter a two weeks visit with
! friends on the Fast side.
I The Union church at Odell i- now
' entirely free from debt, all subscriptions
having wen paid.
itev. it . it. i;iarK was canon tonne
, Grove on Monday last to preach th
funeral sermon of the child of Mr. and
Mrs. Diglcr.
The Cascade Card club has been
organized rjy twelve llooa luver
ladies with meetings hold ou Tlmrs
day afternoons.
Leo Root of Mosier. ucconnaniod
by his sister, Miss Edna, was in Hood
River Saturday night to attend the
masqhueraue ball given liy the hand
W. J. Baker A. Co., the veal estate
dealers, made sale Monday for 1.. C.
llaynes of Uie house and lot on the
hill side above his residence to Moll
Foley ; consideration, 375.
E. Bravford of Barrett district w
fill the pulpit at the United Brethren
conic n iu uooo. Kiver.nuimay morning,
at 11 o'clock. Mr. Bravford is known
to be an entertaining speaker.
The ladies of the Congregational
society will give oue of their popular
teas at trie home of Mrs. 11. (J. Hate
ham on Friday afternoon, February
io, rrom J, :;) until & o'clock. A cor
dial invitatiou is extended to all.
Professor C. D. Thompson, princi
pal of the Barrett school, is in The
Dalles this week, acting as a member
or the WaHeo county examining board,
with Superintendent Neff and Pro
fessor W. H. White of Dufur.
Mrs. Fred Bailey and children are ex
pected up from Portland the latter part
of the week, Mr. Bailey, who is assistinu:
Mr. Prangle in managing the Marnaiii
grand opera house, will have to remain
in the city until the theatrical season
closes about the first of May.
Mention is mado in another column
of two cars of apples being shipped by
the Apple Growers union to New Or
leans, but later information brings tho
news that as the freight rates per hun
dred are $1 instead of 75 cents, the
southern buyers have been forced to
cancel the order.
Business changes on the Heights
have been frequent of late. Lust week
N. T. Chapman traded tho remaining
6' acres of his farm for Groves' half
interest in the Lamar food store. Mr.
Chapman received flGOO in cash iu ad
ditou to the store stock.
Among tho transfers of realestato in
Skamania county during the month
of January was the sale of Ilk' acres of
hind by O. C. Dean to A. J. Sheplor;
consideration 1000. A. (1. Ames
disposed of his interest in the Nigger
Head mining district to Thornton
Bros. ; consideration, f'iT.
Mr. and Mrs. John Caples arrived
from Hood River Friday evening and
will make their home in our citv and
expect to build in the near future. He
is having the large trees cut around Ins
lots on the corner of Second avenue and
Third street and will begin the erection
ofa neat little dwelling kioii. Forest
Grove News.
II. M. Huxley returned last Tuesday
from Sacramento, his family coming
home wi'h liiin. Mr. Huxley says that
he found most ol the folks homesick for
Hood River when he got there mid none
of them nell. Mrs Huvlev's isit was
cut short, and she did not iiet to see any
oillnse whom she went i specially to
Tho Woman's Christian Temperance
union met in the V. 11. church Tuesday
afternoon. Five of the 15 members
were present. An intcre ting discus
sion was held on the ways and means of
future work. The next meeting, Feb
ruary 21, will be a memorial service in
honor of Frances E.Willard, whose stat
ue will be placed in the cupitol at Wash
ington on February 17.
In the otlice of the Mount Hood hotel
hang two beautiful photographs of the
Oregon apple exhibit at th- St. Louis
fair. !1ih pictures wore presented to
Mine Host Gilbert by K 11. Shenard of
the Hood River Apple Grower's union.
1 tie pictures show tliedisnlav of antiles
sent from Hood River the handsome
collection that won the only grand roun
ty prize for fruit in all tho United
Frohn A Hoaton have purchased the
grocery and meat business of C. (.
irue, on the Heights. The young
men took possession last Fndav.
They have announced through the ad
vertising columns of the Glucior their
intention to noil froi-h mid cured
ments, Hour, foodrnd groceries. Their
place of business is near the Car
michael drvM'oods store. Give the
new (Inn a call.
Invitations are out announcing a dunce
at the opera house, Wednesday evening,
l'ehruary 15. The function, which
promises to he a right smart affair, is in
charge of Miss Baker, Miss Cramer, Miss
Groves, Miss Howe, Miss Olinger, Miss
IloKllev, MissSonger, Miss lily the, Miss
Cross, Miss Kelsay. The patronesses
are Mrs. Edward N. Blvthe, Mrs. Carle-
ton li. vaughan, Mrs. li. .Norman
Young, Mrs. Arthur Davidson.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Henderson of
Hood River who have been here for a
short time to visit their son who is a
student at the university left for home
Thursday afternoon. Mr. Henderson
has been at Halem for sometime in the
interest of the new county of Cascade
which is to be carved out of Wasco, and
of which Hood River is to be the county
seat, and he lias no fears but what it
will l accomplished. Mr. Henderson
used to teach school in Eugene some
thirty years ago and is well acquainted
with many of our old time resi
dents. Eugene Register.
A large audience greeted Professor
Cyrus lirownloe Newton, tho Califor
nia humorist, on his appearance at
the opera house last Friday evening.
His program was as unique as it was
original, and from the geuorous ap
plause giyen the speaker, his work
was appreciated. Tho professor has
a wonderful range and versatility in
his voice, and it may bo well said ho
has few equals as an entertainer. It
was one of the best evenings entertain
ments at the opera house for many a
day, and a few more attractions of
this character will tond to popularize
the local theater.
Band Boys Are Being Well.
The masquerade ball at the opera
house Saturday night, under the man
agement of the Hood River brass band,
was a verv successful and pleasant affair.
The ball netted the hand 43 50.
Many of the masoea were decidedly
unique and original. The winners of
the prizes were : First Prize Miss Freda
Johnston, who represented the ''God
dess of Night." The prize consisted of
a hansome center table or stand, the
handiwork of R. H. Husbands, a mem
ber of the band.
Mr. Husbands also made the carved
vase, which was won bv Kantord Tate,
decided to have been the best gentle
man waltzer. Mrs. Walter McGuire
was awarded a beautiful allium, pre
sented by the Big Store With Little
Prices for the beft ladv waltzer.
The judges were I). "F. Lamar, Mr.
Daviesand D. R. Norton. The band
extended a vote of thanks to Major
Water and Light Notice
All water and light bills must be paid
at the company's otlice each month in
advance, on or before the 10th dav of
the mouth. No collector will be sent
out hereafter.In all cases where bills are
not promptly paid when due, tho ser
vices will be discontinued until all
arrearages are paid.
W. C.
By W. H. Chipping, Manager.
Will Stay in Hood Hirer.
The remedy that makes you eat, sleep
and grow strong, called Palmo Tablets,
will be sold regularly by Williams'
Pharmacy, Hood River. These great
nerve and constitution builders cost only
50c per bosjjix boxes $2.50.
160-acre improved farm, under irriga
tion, in Nebraska, for farm in Hood
River or White Salmon. W. J. Baker.
New Hampshire's building at the
I-ewis and Clark centennial will be a re
production of the birthplace of Daniel
Geo. D. Colbert on Co. are my au
thorized agents for the renting of my
houses and selling town and country
property, H. C. ('OK.
Mid-Winter Clothing Sale
Smith Block AT RAND'S Hood River
You will probably ask, why we are making- this sacrifice. The 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 advantageously while our Clothing Department is in
its present congested condition.
ivo kinds of
other kind.
There are two
bury and the othei
If you get the Kingsbury
you get the other kind, well,
Several styles of Kinersburv Hats to be closed
nut, nt, ror1iirH nricou
. . , r v..
Come in; you are as
Smith Block.
Iiooth for his valuable co-operation in
making for the success of tlm dunce.
The Hood River band meets regularly
for practice and proposes to bo in form
to give good music next summer. The
band lias been strengthened by the ad
dition of several new members. The
recent election of ollicers resulted as
follows: W. A. Isenlierg, president:
Uert Kent, leader; C. U. Dakin, sec
retary; R. II. Husbands, treasurer.
1 he members of the band are:
W. A. I sen berg and Bert Kent, solo
b-flat cornet; L. S. Isenberg 1st b Hat
cornet; Kob Husbands, 1st tenor; D. R.
llemmerl slide; I 'ete Hemmerl
2nd tenor; ('has. Foster, solo alto; Or
villu Lakin, 1st alto; William Zollcs,
2nd alto; llobert Garribrant, baritone:
Walter Dickey, baritone; C. I!. Dakin.
base drum; Cale Richardson, snair
Irum; M. H. Isenberg, Tuba.
The trial set for last Saturday bo-
fore the school board of the Hood
River district, wherein Mrs. San
born, ouo of the teachers, was to
answer the charge of incompetency
prororred ny patrons of tho school,
was postponed until the coming Sat
urday. 'Iho board, tho interested parties.
tho attorneys, witnesses and interest
ed spectators gathered at the Park-
chool house last Saturday moruinu.
but after the case was opened, Attor
ney Henderson for the plaintiff pre
sented an amended complaint, to
which Attorney Sanborn took tho lim
it of five days in which to file an an
swer. There was some 1 reliminary sparring
over the date that should be sot.
Some reference was made to by one
of tho directors that the case need
never have come up, when Attorney
Sanborn banged his flat upon the table
before him and thundered: "Vou
tried to beat her down."
Something else was aaid and Cap
tain Blowers retorted that he felt like
lighting now.
"I love a scrap," came the prompt
answer from the attorney for the de
fense, and there was applause from a
number of the patrons present.
Appeals to State Superintendent.
County Snjierintendent Neff rendered
a decision Saturday afternoon sustain
ing the action of the school board in
granting Mrs. Sanborn leave of absence
Closing Out
During the month of February we will place on sale:
200 Men's Winter-weight Suits of Clothes
120 Boys' Long Pants Suits
Men's 123.00 Suits 1 8.50 Hoys' .f 1 (5.00 Suits f1 .50
Meirs 120.00 Suits 14.75 Hoys' 1 2.00 Suits 9.60
Mens 1 :,. 00 Suits 10.90 Boys' .f 10.00 Suits 7.50
Men's .flLMO Suits 9.50 Hoys' f 7.50 Suits 5.25
Men's fl 0.00 Suits 7.40 Hoys' o.OO Suits 3.90
$3.00 Hats-tho Kings-
you make no mistake. If
that's your business.
$iJ. Cs - . V.
y ff rt 1
welcome looking as buying.
with pay. Attorney Sanborn, in be
half of his nife Iiiih ti, Kltiti,
Superintendent Aekeinian.
Hie case lor the hearing on the appeal
from the action of the school board was
called at 3 o'clock in the high school
building, Saturday afternoon. Attorney
Hanborn. in log inovnl ulli-,,,.,! ilmt i)..
. . "I I "'I m"h " ''
object of the board meeting of January
iu was suueu in an amtngnoiisand mis
leading manner; that giving the teach
er leave of iiIimioipm uml i.MUMti.r l,f
name on the payroll is ill' gal; that the
uomiiy superintendent, took an active
part in the investigation and advised
the board what action to take.
In his appeal to Sujiei inlemlent Ack
erman, Attorney Sanborn avers that
the transcript tiled by the clerk of the
board was an incomplete record of the
proceedings of the board meeting, Jan
uary 10.
In appeals in such ca-es, the law Jiro
vides that no new evidence can be ad
mitted, states Attorney Sanborn, but
the dteilion fifllio f'nimtL tiiiu.rit.t,.,,,!.
cut to whom appeal iH undo must he
oaseo upon me record or upon tlie evi
dence brought foi th at the time of the
"Having no meli evidence upon
which to judge of the merits ol the e;e,
how was Superintendent N'elf t render
a decision as to the justice or legality of
the llecision previously rendered by
the board?" asks Attorney Sanborn.
Sanborn declaiei the comity superin
tendent incapacitated himself from act
ing as a judge in the malt. t, When he
had taken jiart in the previous pro
ceeding?, from which th uiim
Explain Work or School Lxhlbil.
The session of the Wasco county
Princijials' club iu tho rooms of the
Hood River high M'hool .Saturday
morning was devoted to a round table
discussion of the county's education
al exhibit at the Lewis and ('lark ex
J. S. Landers, city siiperntcndent
of TheDallcM public, schools, was on
band with some sample work done by
pupils of other schools.
Superintendent lenders was in
charge of the Oregon ediicatonal ex
hibit at the St. Louis fair, and was
able to give the Wasco county teach
ers much valuable information as to
, how exhibit work ran last be dis-
j played.
Superintendent Landers states that
. the schools of tho county are taking
a great interest iu tho exhibit
to be made at Portland this summer.
The fact that the exhibit will properly
belong to the pupils of tbe school
Below Cost
. A limited number ol'
Jiili-fiTiule Tailored
Hats, also a few pat
terns. Ready-to-Wear Hats
Sacrificed below Cost
They are correct in
stylo, but must be niov
el to make room for
spring- Stock.
A swell line of colorings
in Velvets for Girdles,
Dress Trimmings, etc.
(f fm
Hood Iliver.
that tho children will havo an oppor
tunity to see their own work at tho
fair and to point it out to their
friends, has aroused an iiiooutive to
produce excellent work.
There was a largo attendance of
the teachers of the valley
Superintendent Nelf was jiresent
from Tho Dalles. Tho next session of
the club will be held Saturday, March
Decide not to Deport Negroes.
The negative debaters were awarded
the decision last Friday afternoon at
tho high school debate on tbe question,
"lfesolvcd, That the Negro should tie
deported from the United States." Tho
argument advanced by the young speak
ers was to tbe effect that such a course
would he unjust, unconstitutional, and
decidedly impracticable.
The ullirmative sneakers were Otis
Treiber, Pearl Bradley, Lola Kelsay.
The supporters of the negative liur
leigh ( ash, Garnet (Ireen, Ruin IJhigg
and Ilia Ilood. Professor Crouse,
Charles Shu te and Alva Hay were the
J udges.
Flection of ollicers for the High
School Debating society resulted a" fol
lows: I'rovessor Crouse, president ;
Harold llershner, vice president; Hen
ry ilrovtii, secretary; Frames Itragg,
treasurer; Professor Wiley, critic.
The next meeting will he held in tho
Park-street school building, Friday
afternoon, February 17.
The society is in a nourishing condi
tion. Its membership numoers .'II
young men and women of the high
schisil. A great deal of interest has
been aroused by t he debates, ami some
excellent public speakers aie being de
veloped. Deliver Uiitter In Packages.
MeUiiiro ilroa'. meat market deliver
their White Clover butter in moisture
proof packages, which matos it jiossi
ble for the butter to retain all its deli
cate flavor and sweetness, and at tho
same timo exclude surrounding b .d
The White Clover butter is manr
factured by the Townsend Creamery
Co. of Portland. No liner butter is
made. It, is sold only by Mcduiio
liros. in this city. For jnirity, Haver
and quality the White Clover brand
is unequalled. It is churned from
the purest cream, that has lieen Pub
teurized. i 110 acres, 1J miles from Mosier st.i
' tion, on main road; good spring ; $25 an
, sere; will divide; line apple h.nd. Al-o
1 other Mosier property. W.J.Baker A Co.
r. . t