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O. R. & N. TIME TABLE.
No. 2, Chicago Special, 11:43 a. m.
No. 4, Spolttme Klyer, 8::iH p. m.
No. II, Mull and Express, 10:50 p. rn.
No. 24, Way h'reiKht, 12:10 p. in.
No. 2i. Kaul Freight, 4:05 u. tn.
N). 1, l'oi lland Special. 3:03 p. m.
No. 3, Portland Flyer, 5:3ti a. m.
No. 5, Mall and Kxprt'st. 4:4M a. m. ,
No. 23, Way H'rclKlit, :2" a. ni. I
No. 21, Fust Freiglit, 5:45 p. m.
Hood River Weather Report.
For week ending Tuesday, Feb. 7: Mean
maximum, 38 S; mean mlnlimini.SO.ff'; meHii,
34 H HlulieKt temperature, 4H1- rnb. T; lowest,
25 night ol eb. ti. I'reciptatlon.Ol of an Inch.
D. N. HYbltl.KK, Olwirv e
BRIEF LOCAL MATTERH.
Cranberries at Holtnan'e.
Money to loan E. II. Hartwig.
Buckwheat flour at Dolman's.
All views at half price at foe ASon's.
Pine apples, 3oe, at The Favorite.
Celery and cabbage at Holman's.
Fresh smelt at McGuire Bros.
Two small houses for sale,W. J. Baker
Ohio chestnuts a. The Favorite.
New corned beef at McGuire Bros.
Hice, 20 B's for $1, at Holman's.
A 40 sheet pen tablet, note size, for 3c
at Coe & (Son's.
See that fine lino of brooms at Hol
man's. Five acres hnlf a mile front town. A
snap. W. J. Baker & Co.
Use Williams' anti-septic hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
Good lot in Spokane, Wash., will
trade for Hood Kiver property. W. J
Gloves and mittens at cost. Largest
stock in the city. Must reduce the
stock. S. J. Frank.
Temple, the Jeweler, has moved into
the Smith building, opposite Williams'
W. J. Baker has some lieantiful lots
for pale near Chan. Clarke's residence
on the hill.
Full line of all kinds of meat, fresh
and cured, at Hotmail's.
Do your eves fail you? Come in and
see C. H. Temple, the oculist, who is
prepared to test Bnd fit your eyes, and
lias the largest stock of glasses in the
A fine farm for s tle in the Odell dis
trict. Well improved. Sold at a bar
gain if taken soon. W. J. Baker.
If your watch is out of order come
and see C. II. Temple, the watch maker,
w how ill repair your watch, and save
time, save money, and have your watch
last many years more than it would if
yon go to some one who has not had
the many years experience I have.
Best selection of rings ever brought to
Hood River. Over 200 styles. C. H,
S. E. Bartmess has a first class uphol
sterer in his employ, and is prepared to
do all kinds of repair work.
I have a lare stock on hand, in fact,
the largest tuck in town. Watches,
the finest grade rings, the largest stock,
all at reduced prices. Come and see
C. II. Temple for bargains in all line9.
If you get an nrticle of Clarke, the jew-
cum, ami n iiin-rMi i imt; vo uc no rep
resented, bring it back.
Pretty Cups and Saucers I Butter MaKing
If you want something dainty for . Tiirie wid soon be here. Everything
a gift, you can find it in our crock- , J I' in I he way of supplies here churns
ery department. Little Prices. CwLJf i . ft niilk crocks, pans, moulds, paper,
ATti7t MalerUU iXfhif)tllA rU
We carry a very complete line of ylL JCJ Wash Day Necessities
oil and waler colors, oils, varnishes, mr&r Tubs, Washboards, Clotheslines,
and everything else that you need. Seeds Wringers, Boilers, CIothepius, Wa-
-"tile Prices. carry in bulk the following: Wr Pails, Uund.y Soap, etc
K (El G Corsets Peas Gradus, LitlloGem, Stratagem. Utile 1 rices.
have many friends localise thev IWans-Germnn Wax, Little Wax, etc. New Sheet Music
gland the test for comfort, style Corn C orv, L. Minnesota, Evergreen. Lou of pretty new one just in.
and price. To be had here only- O"'""8 ,d " eatn? rstield, B. Danvers. Come in and lMk them over.
Carrol Ox Heart, Ivong and Half Long Little Price.
Garden Tools Orange. . '
Pruning Shears, Pruning Saws, Turnip Purple Top, White Globe. Did You Ever
Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Rakes, Folks Watermelon Cuban Queen, Fordhook. stop to sec the Columbia Phonograph
Picks, Mai da k, Axes, Hatchels.elc. Mui-k Melon Rocky Ford, Netted Gem ana hear what beautiful music they
Little Prices. and many others, Also in Packages, produce? They don't eottt much.
sJuCOlfte The Big Store with Little
IS EXPANDING his floor space by
nearly half, and when complete
arrangements have been made,
will have a most commodious and
comfortably arranged store.
The people of Hood River and
surrounding country will be always
welcome and every effort made to
make eacq shopper feel perfectly at
THEY WILL OPEN
Four houses for rent. W. J. Baker.
Utah Land Plaster is the only good
kind at Davidson Fruit Co.
Call and see the new firm on the
hill for meats and groceries. Our prices
will please you. Ideal Market.
Do you live in this part of the coun
try? Then buy home-made fruit boxes.
They are all right and the ppices are
right. At Davidson Fruit Co.
Prices are right ou the meats, grocer
ies, flour and teed at the Ideal market
ou the heights.
Before purchasing anything in the
watch, clock or jewelry line, get my
prices. Clarke, the jeweler.
Special A 160-page pencil composi
tion took for 3c at Coe & Son's.
50 acres on the East Side, 2j miles
out. 10 acres in young orchard. A snap.
W. J. BAKER.
Latest designs in ladies watches; gold
tilled, solid gold, anil also with diamond
setting. Also a lull line of gentlemen's
watches. C. 11. Temple.
(i70-acre grain and fruit farm 7 miles
from The Dalles at $10 per acre, for sale
by Geo. u. Culbertson & Co.
House and two lots in Albany will
trade for Hood River propertv. W. J.
Mantle clocks, with gold plated front,
warranted not to tarnish, at C. H.
Always go to whore you can get a
square ileal in meats, groceries, Hour,
and feed. See the Ideal market on the
Every article in my stock marked
dow n at greatly reduced priced. Call
ami look them over. Clarke the jew
eler. 100 acres in Howell County, Mo., will
trade for Hood River property. W.J.
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.
For sale. Some of the finest lots on
he hill, fronting the river. Also lots
in Riverview park and Idlcwild. See
W. J. Baker.
There is a stoic in Hood Kiver town,
Known to all the people roun I ;
The place to get your peanuts hot,
Is at Coe & Son's, they hit the spot.
UK) acres, 1 miles from Mosier sta
tion, on main road; good spring; $25 an
acre; will divide; tine apple land. Also
other Mosier property. W.J. Baker & Co
House and tot in Spokane ou desirable
residence street. Will trade for Hood
Kiver farm property. W. J. Baker &
C. W. Betts, a physical director for
merly of Portland but now of The
Dalle, is arranging to give let-sons in
physical culture. 31 r. lietts comes
highly recommended. All wii-hing par
ticulars should apply to L. U. Morgan
or G. VY. JJetts at The Dalles.
Buy vour berry crates and fruit boxes
at the Hood River box factory. Thev
I are homemade and the fruit sells at top
I prices when packed in them. Hood
I Kiver fruit deserves good boxep, and
when you buy from the Hood River box
j foetory you are sure of a supply when
von want them. Our prices are right.
Davidson Kruit Co.
1 Money to loan in sums to suit at 8 per
I cent interest In Geo.D. Culbertson & Co.
GET IN THE HABIT OF TRADING AT
FRANK A. CRAM.
From and after January 1, lite), 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.
H. C. COE, owner.
I have a few pieces of cut glass left,
which I will close out at the lowest pos
sible prices. Clarke, the jeweler.
Insure in an all home institution, The
Oregon Fire Relief association of Mc
Minnville. Frank J. Perkins, agent, P.
O. box 92, Hood River, Or.
Fresh candy daily at Royal Bakery.
Don't fail to see "Couraize" at the
shoe social Friday night.
The Tigers basket ball team will
meet the A. R. T. boys next Friday
evening, February 24. This will be
a free game.
Don't forte t the Roval Neighbors'
shoe social next Friday night at the
tv. r. oi nail.
Fresh Candy at Royal Bakery.
A first-class randy man will havn
charge of the candy department of the
Roval Bakerv. and all Lin, la nf fnnrlu
will Ikj made fresh daily. Only the
best of material is used, and thequaity
of candy cannot be excelled,
In Hood River, Sundav. February.
5, 1!X15, to Mr. and Mrs. Pat Parron, a
In Hood River, Thursday, Febru
ary 2, 1!W5, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Brydson, a daughter.
In Hood River, Friday, February
10, 1905, to Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Barton,
In Hood River, Wednesday, Feb. 15,
1005, to Mr. and Mrs, James McBain.
In Hood River valley, Sunday, Febru
ary 10, 1005. E. Hazel Emerson, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Emerson.
Furetal services were conducted Tues
day from the Valley Christian church.
There were many Iteauliful floral offer
ings. Interment was made inldlewilde
Hazel Emerson was born, December
19, 1875, in Vernon county, Mo. She
becamo a member of the Christian
church at Ogden, Utah, in 1892. She
had been an invalid fur a number of
Hood River industries will be pre
sented in the entertainment at the
shoe social F lday night.
The Odd Fellows' dance Tuesday
night was a decided success, as was the
supper which the Reberkah's served
The Knights of Pythias celebrated an
anniversary with a dance the same
evening. Both affairs were well at
! Manager Campbell of the Regulator
i Line was in Hoixl Kiver ednesdav on
ins way to Gotdendale. The Regulator
ma le tier first run np the river that
afternoon since the ice stopped naviga
tion last week. Mr. Campbell say the
steamer will resume her regular trips
next week, leaving The Dalles Monday
morning. 1 tie Dalles Uitv is expected
I to ue in hervice wiimn a nioniti.
Hay you paid your taxes?
S. F. Fonts of Portland wai a Sunday
visitor in Hood River.
N. C. Evans
the hotels as
continues to register at
hailing from Cascade
J. L. Patterson, collector of custom
for the port of Portland, accompanied
by Mrs. Patterson and Wells M. Sawer
of the treasury department at Washing
ton, D. C, spent Tuesday in Hood
Rev. Melville Tenny of San Francisco
will deliver an illustrated address on
Friday evening at 7 :30. at the Congreg
ational church. Dr. Tenney is one of
the district serotaries of the American
Board, all are cordially invited.
Thomas Boston of Hartland and
Miss Mary Famous of Hood River
were married a few days ago. They
will make their home on the Big
Kilckitat, where Mr. Boston is put
ting up a flue residence. Goldeudale
Mrs. Marie MoGulre writes to have
her address changed from Woodburn
to Scholia, Washington county. "I am
always anxious to get the Glacier,"
says Mrs. McGuire. "It is always
full of news. There are not many
better papers for a little town. "
An old criminal was once asked what
was the first step that led him to his
ruin, and he said: "The first thing that
led me to my downfall was cheating an
editor out of two years subscription.
When I had done that the devil had
such a grip :on me that I could not
break it. Arlington Appeal.
Snow last Wednesday was 15 inches
deeo ud at unner Mount Hood. r
ports James Ivees, who was in the city
Saturday, xne total snow-rail tnis sea
son has been l Inches. By the mid
dle of Februray last year the snow
lacked one inch of being four feet
Pcrcrival L. Adams, Captain com
manding Co. A. battalion cadets Oregon
Agricultural college last week received
a promotion to the rank of major of the
battalion of detachments. The pro
motion was due to the fact that he stood
highest in last terms' examinations in
military science and had one of the best
drilled companys. Young Adams is a
Hood River boy.
II. J. Byrkett, while fishing up Hood
River, last week noted that Wavers
have destroyed a large number of apple
trees in the orchard of N. C. Evans
along the river bank. Some of the trees
were three inches in diameter which
the little animals have cut down to form
dams in the stream. Signs of the work
of beaver are numerous along the bank
of the stream, says Mr. Byrkett.
The board of trade of Forest Grove
is arranging for an elaborate banquet
ou Washington s birthday. Among
the distiiumished guests who are expect
ed to be present from abroad are lion.
E. Ij. Smith of Hood River; Jndire
Cake and Tom Richardson, president
nd secretary of the Portland Commer
cial club; W. K. Coman of the 8. P.
railrord; Judge Eddy of Tillamook and
others. All the Portland dailies will
send special representatives.
Miss Mary Wolfard of White Sal
mon was in Hood River last week to
attend the vulentine party. While
here she was the guest of Miss Clara
Rlvthe, who accompanied hear to
White Salmon Friday afternoon.
Bob Romero of Portland was in the
city last week. Bob had his happy
smiles as of old. He is now interested
in a cigar and confectionery conces
sion uear the fair grounds at Port
land, and expects to handle a large
amount of Hood River fruit this sum
mer. Mr. Romoro invites tho Hood
River people to visit him wheuever
in tho city.
Sherman county officers' salaries
are nxed as follows by the bill of
Representative Kuney, which passed
the house ou Tuesday, February 11 :
County judge, W50 per year; county
clerk, 1500; deputy clerk, $75 per
mouth; sheriff, flHOO deputy, 875 per
mouth; treasurer, WOO per annum;
commissioners, $5 per day.
John Taylor is builidng a new
house onthe bank of lndiau creek at
the edge of the city.
Otis Van Blaracom is home from the
open-air sanitarium atMilwaukie.
C. F. Stauffer was down from Mo
sier last Thursday, coming afoot by
way of ' tho railroad track. Mr.
Stauffer says things are keeping ou
the move in tho Mosier valley. A
few of the people up there he says
were opposed to the idea of Cascade
county, but had the proposition come
up alter the tax-auuouueemeut cards
hail been distributed the sentiment
favoring the separation from The
Dalles would have been unanimous.
It will be next time.
Mrs. H. W. Wait has been ill some
time with what is supposed to lie a
reoccurance of the appendicitis. She
is mucn U'tter now. About one year
ago Mrs. Wait suffered from the same
Chas. N. Clarke tried the Glacier
want ad column for a valuable locket
he had lost. After the insertion of
the adlet, Mr. Clarke found the jewel
in the path where his front gate would
be if he had one. He is firmly con
vinced that the Glacier ads bring
A. P. Bat-sham left Friday for Mo
sier, wnere ne will resiue Hereafter,
and put in his entire time in the
management of his fruit farm. Mr,
Bateham made a hard fight for Cas
cade county, and intends to keen it
up until Western Wasco wins out for
local self government.
11. 11. Hill, who was taken to a
Portland hospital after the death of
his son Clarence three weeks ago,
recovered sufficiently from his sick
ness to be brought home last week.
E. O. Blanchar of the First National
bank spent Wednesday s holiday
Frank Chandlor and D. McDonald
loft Tuesady afternoon for Portland
E. Locke was transacting business
in the county seat Tuesday.
If- .4 M.u V,. .Mil
were in Portland; during the week
and left later for a trip to Dayton,
Mrs. E. A. Fanz was in Portluud
Hrhool Troubles at Yakima.
Thirteen members of the senior class
at the North Yakima high school
went on a strike at noon last Thurs
day and were suspended. They re
fused to recite in physics under a new
instructor on the ground that a
change in method in the middle of
the term is not fair to them. The
new instructor is Charles Schnele of
Vancouver, Wash., who came hn.-e
yesterday to be assistant principal.
Principal J. K. M. Kerry was forced
by the board to resign Monday, be
claiming he could not manage the
school. Berry has the sympathy of
the public. The trouble is not over
O. W. Betts, manager of The Dulles
basket ball team, was in Hood River
Tueaady to make arrangements with
the manager of the Tigers, to meet
bis team In The Dalles next week,
Water and Light Notice
All water and llsht bills must ha raid
at iht company's office each month in
advance, on or before 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 sei
vices will be discontinued until all
arrearages are paid.
tiWV KIVER ELECTRIC L. P. A
By W. II. Chipping, Manager.
Will Stay in Hood Kirer.
The rpmpdv flint maliaa win Auft tliuin
and grow strong, called Pal mo Tablets,
in ue boiu regularly oy Williams'
'hnrrnarv llnnil Rivnr Tl,aa vm.i
nerve and constitution linilrlnraeontonW
50c per box, six boxes 2.50.
There's a pretty girt In an Alpine hat,
a sweeter girl witu a sailor brim.
But the handsomest girl you'll ever see,
Kiismie gin wno uses kockv
Mountain Tea. For sale hv C N
Best barffain in lTrwl Pit-a A
house & 4 lots. Pleasantly liwutwl
Free water: sond barn uivul.ll a,., I
other improvements. W.J. Baker ACo.
Smith Block AT . 1R.A.N1T S Hood River
Red School House
Shoe Puzzle Contes
Every boy or girl wearing no larger shoe than size 2, who will come to
our store within the next two weeks, will be given a Red School House
If he or she will take the puzzle home, cut it out and put it together
according to directions, and bring the puzzle back to us, we will put it in
our east window, and at the end of two weeks the boy or girl who has
brought us the best completed puzzle will be fitted with a pair of
Red School House Shoes.
The Red School House Shoes for Boys and Girls are in a
Class by themselves for wear, fit and finish. .
Every pair guaranteed.
SPECIAL SALES THIS MONTH
Boys & Men's Clothing and Hats
Ladies' Skirts, Coats, Suitings
Remember, ours are not Cheap Goods, but Good Goods Cheap.
Come in; you are as welcome looking as buying.
Smith Block. JJ" 3 ?. A 'KT'P. IIo0(1 1iver-
Form Sew Whist Club.
Mrs. Canfleld, assisted by Mrs.
Charles Castuor and Miss Hoailley,
entertained at Whist Monday evening.
Those presout were: Mr. ana Mrs.
Charles Bone, Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hakor.
Mr. and Mrs. I1'. U. nrosins, ir. ami
Mrs. Dumblo, Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Huvidson, Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert
Hand, Mr. and Mrs. Kennaird, Mr.
iiud Mrs. Castner, Miss Hoadley, Miss
Brigsg, Mrs. Caufleld.
As Mr. and Mrs. Norman Young
were detained at home by illuess, Mr.
and Mrs. Kennaird kindly consented
to substitute. In spite of the great
demand for doctors the game passed
off successfully. C. R. Hone scored
the lurinst number of Dolnts.
After refreshments were serevd a
stocking containing a prize for each
was opened and each player had
choice of the contents in order of
their score. The gentlemen secured
musical instruments while the ladles
seemed to prefer wooly sheep or dolls.
Tho concert which followed was
certainly a success. It was found
that Mrs. II. V. Davidson and Pro
fessor had decided musical talent and
could draw inspiring music from the
mouth organ, an instrument which
only a true musician can attempt to
(day.. The meeting was finally called
to order and officers chosen. It was
decided to meet once a week and the
next meeting appointed at the borne of
Mrs. Dumblo, at 8 o'clock Monday
Hard on the Drauiuiers.
Once upon a time a litter of kittens
enmetothe home of a six-year-old Susie.
As is usual at such times, the old mot ti
er was in evidence. One day, after the
kittens were old enougli to run around
the house, Utile (Susie was playing with
one of them and was overheard saying
as she fondled it :
"Kitty, I know who your mother is,
en' I know who your brothers and
sisters is, but, kitty, I don't know who
vour father is I spect your father must
be a travelling man. l.ippincoll s.
Advertised letter l,UU
February 20, 1!X)5.
Laura Amend, Mrs. McKay, Jennie
Moore, Mrs. Marion Shearer, Pansy
Smith, J. J. Birch, C. U. Davis, Mr.
Flynn, Herbert Everett, Zenebla
Gray, Levi Leslie, F. McMiUin,M. C.
Merrill, Fred Meyer, J. W. Merrill,
Carl F. Muellre, L. Taylor, Joe Wend
ling, Otis Young.
W, M. YATES, P. M.
Spring Millinery is arriving. We are showing ad
We have spared nothing to make this season a great
We are not in the business merely to sell Hats, but to
supply our patrons with Hats that are becoming, suitable
to the gown and the occasion. ..,
Our stock this season is comprehensive, ample for
Do not hesitate to come in to look. It is a pleasure
to show the new things, to discuss the new patterns.
The ministers, of Hood River met
Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock
with Ray. O. J. Nelson and welcomed
to their fellowship Rev. W. A. Elklns
of the Valley Christian church. The
following were present:' Ravi. W. C.
Evans, M. E. Church; J. R. Rhoadea,
U. B. church; O. J. Nelson, Unitar
ian ; J. H. Splght, Baptist; W. A.
Elklns, Valley Christian; W. C. Gil
more, Congregational. ,
The meeting opened with prayer
followed by the election of Rev. W.
C. Evans chairman and Rev. W. 0.
un motion a committee consisting
of Revs. Nelson, Uilmore and ElUns
was appointed to prepare brief articles
relative- to a permanent ministerial
organization. Revs. Rhoadea and
Splgbt were appointed program
Very brief reports were made of the
aervioea on Sunday by the pastors of
the city churches, All spoke of deep
ened interest and fairly average at
tendance- at the morning service. Rev.
Elkina reported excellent attendance
at both Mrvtoes, and Key. Rhoades
the same for.the evening.
Rev. f; 8. Rhoadea spoke on the
temperance issue and drew out a
hearty response from the pastora to
his appeal for unity of purpose and
spirit In dealing with the liquor prob
lem. A vote of thanV was extended to
Miss Anne Smith for a basket of de
Rev. O. J. Nelson will lead in dis
cussion, March 6. at the borne of Rev.
J. H. Splght. Ills subject for the
meeting is: "The Political Outlook
in Light of the Revelations' of Polit
All ministers of Hood Rirer and
locality are cordially invited.
On motion, the meeting adjourned.
W. C. UILMORE. Secretary.
The Woman's Alliance of the Unitar-
; lan church will meet Friday after
! noon at the home of Mrs. E.li Smith.
I T J I . It.. TI...L I. f ! ... ..
I .iZ !, th K rf P will ol nn
of tbeir dancing parties in the K. of
P. opera bouse March 8. All Knights
of Pythias Invited and invitations
will be extended to friends. Music
will be furnished by Gilbert,
Lewis and Clark Fair Notes.
Fraternal societies of the world have
organized for the purpose of erecting a
Temple of Fraternity at the LewiH mnl
Clark exposition. Over T2(MKM hits
been pledged toward the project, and
the erection of a beautiful and approp
riate structure is assured.
The Lewis and Clark exposition build
ings will be protected from danger of
fire by regular automatic system of Are
alarms. The system works like ord
inary improved city systems, antmat
ically harnessing the horses to the fire
engines and wagons, as well as s mml
inc the alarms.
Western school teachers hove adopted
a novel plan of advertising the lwisitml
Clark ex position. They give llicir child
ren as an excercise the tusk of writing a
letter to some relative or friend in tho
east, extending an invatittion to attend
the exposition. School children of Mos
cow, Idaho, recently wrote 1,100 such
Ground has been broken f - Hie
Washington state building fur Lo vis
and Clark exposition and war' un ilm
structure begun. The buddum
typify the timber weftllh of the K
green state. The Wa-hinpt in W -latnre
recently apprn r...t. d $75, (J
for erecting the buildiug and n.N
lecting and installing a comprehend i
display of the resources of the state.
An excursion that will doubtl-s i. -tract
great attention is one pln.el l-r
F. R. Drew 'of New York Ciiy S. ..
Drew will conduct a train .f "prairn
schooners from l'ortlund(Me.) t i'u -
land. Oregon, the latter pail of 1 ,u
yey being made on the trail followi
lewls and Clark
a centurv aim I hi
travelers exHct lo reach i'ci lard ni
October, in time to attend tin' iwis
and Clark exposition.
If a man could be sure of to morro r
there would be no need of liie insurance.
It is because of the uncer-.tiuty of lift
that a life insurance policy is uecoepu , .
Many a man who has acknn .vlcd'J he
desirability of inch insurance ai 1 w ho
intended to have the protccti' ii that,
life insurance alone can give, lnw missed
it by procrastination. Hun!hip and
privation have been the legacies of his
dependents, instead of the cash tin y
might have had if only the bread win
ner had not delayed too long. If a mn
is going to insure his life he will ga n
uothing by waiting till to-morrow, and
when he does this he hazards a total
loss of its benefits for his loved ones.
I Oranges, 15c a dozen at Holman'i,