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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1905)
SILK AND MOHAIR
Correct Style Modest Prices
FRANK A. CRAM.
URIEF LOCAL MATTERH.
Cranberries at Ilolinan'e.
Money to loan E. H. Hartwig.
Buckwheat flour at I Io man's.
Celery and cabbage at llolman'l.
Fresh smelt at McGuire Bros.
New corned beef at McGuire Bros.
llice, 20 fl'8 for $1, at Holman's.
A 40-sheet pen tablet, note size, for 3c
at Coe & Son 8.
Bee that fine line of brooms at Hoi
man's. Mantle clocks, with gold plated front,
warranted not to tarnish, at C. H.
Gloves and mittens at cost. Largest
dock in the city. Must reduce the
stock. S. J. Frank.
Temple, the Jeweler, ha9 moved into
the Smith building, opposite Williami'
W. .1. Baker has some beautiful lot
for fale near Chas. Clarke's residence
on the hill.
Full line of all kinds of meat, fresh
and cured, at Holman's.
Do your eyes fail you? Come in and
see C. H. Temple, the oculist, who ie
prepared to test and fit your eyes, and
lias the largest stock of glasses in the
A fine farm for sale in the Odell dis
trict. Well improved. Sold at a bar
gain if taken soon. W. J. Baker.
Do you li?e in this part of the coun
try? Thn buy home-made fruit boxes.
They are all right and the ppicra arc
right. At Davidson Fruit Co.
Special A 160-page pencil composi
tion book for 3c at Coe A Son's.
60 acres on the Kast Bide, 2J miles
out. 10 acres in young orchard. A snap.
Every Article in my stock marked
down at greatly reduced priced. Call
and look them over. Clarke the jew
eler. There is etote in Hood River town,
Known to all the people roun I ;
The place to get your .peanuts hot,
le at Coe A Son's, they hit the spot.
lfiO acres, 1J miles from Motier sta
tion, on main road; good spring; J5 an
acre; will divide; flne apple land. Alto
other Mosior property. W.J. Baker A Co.
House and lot in Spokajie on desirable
residence street. Will trade for Hood
River farm property. W. J. Baker A
Bny 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
you want them. Our prices are right.
Davidson Fruit Co.
BIG LAND B4RGAIN-240 cres,
140 acres tillable, good fruit land, same
Go to the Ideal Market for hay.
See us for potatoes, both for seed and
table use. Ideal Market, on the heights.
For garden seeds that will grow,
call on W. Haynes & C. They hav
a large assortment of flower and vege
table Beeds. Take advanage of the
warm spring days and plant your
garden now. Haynes & Co. also have
a supply of onion sets.
fee Krohn A Heaton on the heights
for Utah land-plaster.
For sale: We will sell our real estate
business. Good business and flne pros
pect for business this year. Fire, Life
and Accident Insurance and Collections.
Hood River Real Kstale and Exchange
Co. Hood River Oregon.
Fresh garden seed at the Ideal Mar
ket on the heights.
Latest designs in ladies watches; gold
filled, solid gold, and also with diamond
setting. Also a full line of gentlemen's
watches, v. It. Jemplo.
Best selection of rings ever brought to ! Creage fenced, 80 or 90 aores in cultiva.
(aver sou siyies. it,
S. K. RartmesB has a first class uphol
sterer in his employ, and is prepared to
do all kinds of repair work.
WANTED, 'JOO acres of first-class AP-
FLK LAND, unimproved, a few miles
south of Mosi. r, Oregon. Must lie cheap
lor cash. Apply lo deo. I)
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.
If you get an article of Clarke, the jew
eler, and it doesn't prove to he as rep
resented, bring it back.
Two houses for rent. W. J. Baker.
I have a few pieces of cut glass left,
which 1 wiil close out at the lowest pos
sihle prices. Clarke, the jeweler.
Oranges, lot' dozen r.t Holman's.
Fortv acre good fruit land, near Bar
rett school, 4 miles out; a snap. $1100,
easy terms. Geo. I). Culbertson & Co.
Before purchasing anything in the
watch, clock or jewelry line, get my
prices. Clarke, the jeweler.
For sale. Some of the finest lots on
he hill, fronting the river. Also lots
in Riverview park and Idlewild. See
Notice of Water .Meeting.
The County Court of Wasco county
will meet with the people of the pro
posed irrigating district at the Barrett
school house on the 14th day of March
at 1.30 p. m. sharp. All persons inter
ested should be present.
F. W. Angus, Chairman.
tion and almost level surface, 34 acres
in bearing orchard, 20 acres best winter
apples, 6 years old, 15 acres winter
wheat, ahont 60 acres prepared ; f 1800
dwelling, barn and other ontbuildings;
plenty of water; good team worth $l!00;
two good milk cow, a few hogs, about
30 chickens, complete set farm tools;
Culbertson ' situated 8 miles from Hood River. I'rica
I $ti,000, essy terms. Geo. D. Culbertson
& t o.
Wasco Patent and Bhermsn Patent
flour, made in Sherman county from
the noted wheat of that county; quality
fully guaranteed. Sold by W. II. Wait.
If it is a billloui attack take Chamb
erlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and
a quick eiire is certain. For sale by
House and two lots in Albany will
trade for Hood River property. W. J.
Yellow Kewtnwa Pippin ani Spltrfn-
berf Apple Trees
in large quantity, one and two years old
fine qnality, right prices. Other varie
ties of apple in proportion. Immense
stock of peaches, prunes, plums, pears,
loganberries and other small fruits.
Largest stock of grape vines in Oregon.
THE DALLES NURSKRIES,
The Dalles, Oregon.
R. V. CALDWELL, Resident Agent,
Hood River, Ore.
In Hood River, Monday, March 7,
1905, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gordes,
In Hood Tliver, Monday, March ti,
Marion, one of the twin children of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Shute, aged eight
months. Funeral services were con
ducted at the M. E. church, Tuesday,
by W. C. Evans.
St. Mark's Guild will meet next
Wednesday with Mrs. Snow. A full
attendance is desired.
The 5500 pound boiler for the pressed
brick factory of Al Zeek was hauled out
lastThurspay by Milton 1'ealer and son.
E. W. Udell, who offers his place on
Lyman Smith avenue, will move with
ins lamny io Mierman or (iiiuam coun
ty. T. E. Hughes, of Parkins A Hughes.
The Dalles music house, branch of
the Eilera Music Co. Portland, was
In Hood River the first of the week.
The family of J. IA Kelley left last
week fur Mrs. Kelley's home in Indian
Territory. Mr. Kelley resumed his po
sition with S. E. Bartmess, the fur
Minorcas & Orpingtons
Mrt-clas uto'k Kites II () and fl .50 per
Mttlng. Knlpu K. Lewis, lielmont. Ml
GET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
ThE BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
Time is here. Don't you need a
double edge saw, a pair of shears,
or a pair of gloves? Get them
here, Little Prices.
Hoes, RaKes, Shovel),
ami all sorts of Garden Tools.
Hatchets. Hammers, Saws, Bolts,
Screws, Hinges mid all other
Hardware at soft prices.
Yon ought to see the lot of
Seeds we are selling. They are
good fresh stock and won't dis
appoint you. All kinds nt
Tnlw. Walilioirds, Wringer",
Clothespins, Laundry Soap.Waan
P-oilers, Clotheslines, etc.
The ladieg of the Belmont Meth
odist Church will hold their an
nual leneflt sale at this store.
All the profits of the day's busi
ness will be turnwl over to them
In their good work.
Won't you make It a point to
come In that day and do your
trading? Anticipate your needs
a far ahead as possible ao that
you may help the ladle all yoi
Dinner and enpper will be
served In the etore by the ladle.
Hundred f rolls, all different
shade, (or baskets, fancy work,
etc. 10 feet in a mil.
lOc ht roll.
We carry a complete line of
different shape In men's and
lioys' aires. They are neat and
area great saving to your coat
and shirt sleeves. Light and dur
able, will save their cost in a day
3c per pair.
A big assortment to pick from.
Cotton, linen and crash. We can .
suit ynu in price, stjle and jual
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Frank spent
Sunday iu The Dalles.
Mrs. F. P. Friday la home from a I All water and light hills must be paid
visit at. KhIohi with her 1 aronts. ! the coinpuuv's otlke each month in
Peter Mohr returned Friday from a
trip .to Portland and Vancouver. )
Mr. A. J. Haynes of Underwood
was in the city Tuesday morning. j
J. P. Carroll, the Mosier apple!
king, was in the city Tuesday, return
ing on the noun train.
W. H. Pugh of Hood River was at
Moro last week visiting his children
in Shremun county.
People from Mount Hood statu that
the snow is all gone, except in shad
ed spots and that plowing has begun.
E. C. Rogers left a parsnip at the
Glacier office last Friday, which
measred 21 inches, iu circumfer
ence, and waa 15 inches in length.
Mrs. W. II. F.ccles arrived last week
from Ogden, and will visit in the city
for a few weeks. Mr. Eccles expects to
build on his property on State street.
S. D. Garner wont to Hcppner Tues
day, as a delegate from camp No.
770 W. O. W., to attend the district
convention which met at lleppner
Wednesday, March 8.
Chester Maxwell, O. Ti. A N. opera
tor at Coyoto, is in the city the guest
of Dan Mears and Jack Hugley. Mux
well conducts tho rabbit factory in
the sagebrush flats, where Mears ami
Bagley iye frequent guests.
Sunday Captain Kuudson, an old
man of about 65 years, was brought
to tho hospital from Hood River suf
feriug from diabetic gangrene. He is
in a very bad condition and the doc
tors fear it will lie ndcossury to am
putate his leg Chronicle.
Little children have been noticed
to cross the long trestles east of town
Sunday afternoons whilo seeking wild
flowers on the hills. Tho little ones
may cross once too often. A fore
warning on tho part of their parents
might prevont a serious accident.
Several farmers in the Goodnoe Hills
country are forming a company to test
the feasibility of farming with steam
power. An "engine and plow equip
ment will be bouidit and given a thor
ough trial. If it is practical, many
moro outfits will be bought. Center
Scions from apple oichards at Hood
River, Oregon, are in demand by nurs
erymen in the east at t- a thousand.
An orehardist can prune his tree ami
at the same time make big wages soiling
the cuttings. It pays to have the best
and a reputation to go with it. Pacific
A maiden fair with sun-kissed hair,
caine tripping down the street, her
face serene, her age sixteen, gee whiz,
but she was sweet. On the sidewalk
slick, she came down quick, with a
jolt that shook her curls, but the
words she used must lie excused for
she's one of tho nicest girls. Condon
Misses Violet (lamer and Mabel
Steward, callod on the devil Satur
day and watched the wheels go round
as he worked the Simplex typesetter.
The young ladies were very much in
terested iu the mechanism of the dev
il's music box but thought it too com
plicated a piece of machinery for
them to operate. Come again.
A party of 18 former residents of
Hood River, Or,, met at tho beach Mon
day. The guests of honor were Mr. and
Mrs. M. V. Hand, who left on the eve
ning train for their northern home
Mr. Rand intends disposing of bis prop
erty in the hind of the mist and mak
ing Long Beach his future home.
Long Beach Tribune.
Mrs. II. C. Tatro and seven children
arrived Sundav morning from Nnith
Dakota to make their home in Hood
River. Mr. Tatro came on in advance
and a month ago purchased the Alton
Cunning property on the heights. Mrs.
Tatro was accompanied by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs G. .. Conrtright, and
Rev. Mr. Lewis, the pastor of the
Congregational church at White Sal
mon, was in Hood River Monday. Mr.
lewis states that Ids little church is do
ing nicely at White Salmon. Last Fri
day evening, the monthly social was
largely attended. There was a program,
and the receipts of the evening amount
ed to something over $-4.
M. E. Jacobs left Wednesday morn
ing for Montavilla, where he bus pur
chased a corner house and lot for
!KK), which be will occupy during
the summer in order to be aplo to at
tend the fair. Mrs. Jacobs will follow
later. Mr. Jacobs expects to .make
frequent trips to Hood River and will
return when the fair is ended.
Speaking of tho Stratiahnn-Vowlcr
wedding in Wasco, the News of that
city says: "Mr. Straiiahan ian popular
business man of Hood River, whilo his
bride is one of Sherman county's most
popular young ladies, having lived hero
from childhood, and she is a favor
ite with all who knew her, and her
many friends extend their congratulations."
A few days ago when the new ob
servation cars passed through I he
Dalles1; the Chronicle expressed the
hope that they might he used on the
road between here and Portland. It
now develops that, passengors on this
scenic route will have an unobstructed
view, as one of these cars will lie used
on daylight trains between tho two
points. The other two will bo put on
the route between Pendleton aud Spo
Just after he had begun ...tircaubiug
at the Christ ian church last Wednes
day night, Rev. T. ti. .landsnkor was
taken vrev seriously ill and compelled
to leave the pulpit, reports The Dulles
Chronicle. Mr. Handsakrr was sup
posed to resume his work the next
day. Forty new members have been
added to tho church roll at The Dalle;
through the work of .Mr. llaiuh-nkor.
who held meetings in Mood Kin r
during the month of January.
Work on the grade from White
Salmon landing into town is progress
ing rapidly this week, and will soon
lie finished, says the White Salmon
Enterprise. The work Is being dene
by subscription, but under the direr
tion of the road supervisor. Deputy
Supervisor Rik r lelds beit.g in per
soual charge, while county Commis
sioner Egan keeps an eye on tho work.
Citizens of White Salmon have sub
scribed 117 toward this work, with
the understanding that the county
court will duplicate whatever tin: cit i
Monday a rancher came to J. li.
Nickelseu's for a plnwheam to re-, lace
the one ho had broken, but this
disease of broken plowbeams seems to
have been ao widespread this season
that the dealer was unable to supply
him. His next resort was to Snow A
Upson, who put a piece of second
growth, straight grained; well sea
soued hickory next to their bund saw
and in a few minutes turned out a
plowpeam as hard as iron ami tough
as whalebone which when finished ami
turned over to the waiting husband
man filled his heart with delight and
sent him on his way rejoicing that in
didn't have to .wait until the plow
beam came from Portland or Chicago.
It is hard to dig np a joli of repair
work that will stick Snow & Upcon.
77 ater and Light Notice
i advance, on or before the 10th dav of
tiio mouth. No collector will be sent
oil' hereafter. In all cases where hills are
not promptly paid when due, the ser
vices will be discontinued until all
m i ca nines are paid.
HOOD KIVKK ELECTRIC h. P.
I!y W. II. Chipping, Manager.
W'U Slay in Hood River.
The remedv that makes you cat, sleep
and grow strong, called l'almo Tablets,
will be sold regularly by lUiaius
Pharmacy, Hood liiver. These great
nerve and constitution builders cost only
oU;' per lu x, six Ikincs '.'..rul.
- - !
WHY PAY AllHi BONUS forvouri
inortsage loans from others, when we
will negotiate them t'oJ you at a very I
small cost and a lower rate of interest.
Apply to tioo. i. I'ulbeilson ci Co. j
l!cst bargain in Hood River. 0 room I
house V 4 lois. I'ba-iU'tlv locuted.
1 iee water; gnml barn, woodshed audi
oilier improvements. . ,. Raker Co. I
OUR TAILORED HATS
EXCLUSIVE DESIQNS-No Two Alike.
Artistic High G
1') In tin1 mill nt in style
points, at prie's "0 below
Buyers of Exclusive Millinery
nit'iil ii;r us vitv highly on the
of t his part icular line.
style mill value
i ere is everv indication that the
will meet with more popular favor this season than ever before.
for Ladies will also he extensively worn, and no lady's wardrobe will bt
complete wil hout a number of these clever little 'nrments.
Our Spring line of Waists and Tommy Atkins Shirts
just arrived, and we say without fear of contra
shown)"!; for the cominir season consists of more
lict ion that our Waist
Dow no4he minuteness" of Style,
Excellency of Make and
Perfectness of Fit
than anv other line in Hood Uiver. See our Kast window.
Miss Deforest (lould, aged nine years, was the suc
cessful contestant in our Rod School House School
Shoe Puzzle Contest. Although winning by a very
narrow margin, she has our congratulations, as have
all the other little girls and boys who entered the con
t.tst and showed such a spirit to put forward their best
Don't forget the "Quality Shop."
Not Cheap Goods, but Good Goods Cheap.
Come in; you are as welcome looking as buying.
Smith Block I0 E. RAND Hood River
G S (2Z2ZZZZ eS0E2XH3 (ES3ESSES) 3 fiS22uEE&3 i
M i s. ( ;
ami otherwise re-
:,';" w ill l,e e H ieled
Tile f renter i.art ol
I,, (i. Moiyan w as a 1 1
T. li. Coon of l'niverii y l'ark was a
I i i ii 1 Itivor i-itur last wick.
I!. II Wallace wlio reeenlly pnrclias
eil llie I-'.. A. l-'raiiK iioierlv, i" Hi' i 11
up from l'ortliiinl with hin faintly.
Kore-t eionl'l K years olil, ii- the w in
nerol the I. idle lieil school house pnz
;'.le eoinhieteil liv.l. II. Ilaml's store.
Mr ami Mrs.d. .1. (ies-linj were lit
White Sain la-t
ami Mrs. I leaf hart.
.Mrs. (iiH-liiit.' wen
The interior of tin
is heiiin levin mslieil
iiovale.l. About si
this sum was r.iiseil v lie.; woman
the aiil society.
.Mrs. K. T. Cains anil little son left.
Sat II .'day for I'mllainl, where she will 1
ruimiin nntii Dr. ains return from.
Southern ( 'alifornia somtime in April, i
The iloetor liinls the California winter of
yi'eat henelil Io his health. ;
I,. Henry rec.ills to miiel, that 1IT
'.'mi's a,!(i peueli, pi-ar, plum ami cherry
trees were in lull lilooin the lirst of
April. That wn-i a hi fruit (ear, as
this promises to he. As. Mr. I leniv s.ivs,
if late frols shoiilil destpiv Iciif the
Llo-sollis, there WollM still ie pl 'lltV of
I .-ii it on t h" t roe, which iu thi j country
a ways 1 1 1 on ii-M liiilcs tliinue'l.
I r. W. T. K'.wl.-v lii'oiijht suit hefure
USliri' NiekelKHI hist week IlL'IIHISt I''.
V.'. Aliens to recover money :il!e;."'i to
h- ilii- i,,r pn.f.'s-ioiia! service-. Atlor-
ey 1 1 a ri w in represent!--! Ir Uow ley,
while Mr. Annus was ilefemlo'l hy a
I'oillati'l lawyer. The cakc w.is'lismiss.
i I oil the urolillcls of eollMlit. The
inioillit. iiinler ci'iisiilcration was !ll. till.
I'reil I'rhan of Waynoka, Okla., was
i llo iil Kiver (Inriiu the week, looking
a:t, i Millie timber iiiterei-ts he holds iu
i- Mi I rbaii farms IlL'H
Mel in ( Iklahoina, . lit
e for this western conn
to see the railroad built
; 1 c unit ry, ami feels
s completion will work
wonders in setiluu; up this vaiiey.
Hay Imblerof i'ine I-'lat, who was in
I ion I llivei' M'i.ili;y, will leave about
the lirst of A), iv for Spokane, where he
has aceepleil a pokiiion iu a laru' ilrv-h-mhU
store o! that city. Mr. Imhler
I as inanv friends iu Hood I'lvcr who
wi-h h in sueee-s in his new venture.
Tli!' yu'ii'i.' In nt I-arii". I to sell dryu'oods
in Cos eilv, lor seMTal y ai" he was h
valued clerk in the store of ! rank A.
( rain. Mr. Imbh r has Hem teaching
hnnl liurinn the winter. Snow leit
l'ine 1 lit thn-e weeks ai!o. The fall
this year as unusually light.
The special liliiilinn iii' Hid Hood
liiver Commercial club, called for
Tuesday evening to iliseyss the best
met hod of advert isinn Hood Kiver at
the Ijow is anil (Turk fair, was very
poorly attended and no business, was
.lack .Morrrisou lias replaced liisi
stock of liquors with leiiionuilo, soda
pop ami root beer. Ho says, ho lias to
in ike his rent son, nho'.v, mid licit llood
liiv ir too nood li place to leave,
m en if it. is pi oiiibit ion jiii-t now.
The v.'ine liuys mako IV r a In i.-lt tiude
nl. his parlors.
N'. i'liitt. pre-idenl of tho North
western states mission of the Mormuii
church, assisted by Klders Smith mill
Durrinip'ton of Portland, held services
Li'uMorsii la home from an exteiu'.ed
trip to his old ttampiiiK ground ja
Kunsas. Leo wiya there, ure erovilu
of people coining Wot. At each divi
sion his train hud to ho cut up and
extra eniiinoa secured, llundroda of
people uri) cmninn to Oregon, many
of them wealthy people.
( leoiye T. I'mUier has made, tha
following sales.: Id acres of tho Kent
inu' plnco on the ICust side to Auest
I'nUMch; consideration (?il,riiK); Idaciej
ot the S. II. Cox place to N. C. Kiaim;
cunsiilorut .ion tf'pSXKJ.
Mrs. Ki Idy who purchased 10 acres
' of Wiirron Miller lust suiuuiur, arrive !
t in Hood liiver with her ami and his
family and are ciiiiipiux on the ptop-
i rly. sfno ml liiiijd thin Hiiminer,
..i ,i... 1...U u i...
Ill, inn .titisnii nun, .iiiiioiiy v i-n i ill;, i i, t i
I .Mrs. Hrown who formerly ran a rea
Amos Underwood believes that, t hn j liiiininl. on Oiilc street him opened up
Northern 1'ucifle, theOreiit Northern a short order house in Robert Kand'a
or w ho ever it is that has purchased building', corner of Oak anil Second
the Columbia liiver Northern rail-I st reet.
: he upper v i , h
aeai-H of :jo d
l.as a lonuiii e
I 'V. lb' In ,e
lo'll.e Mount I
.KMir-i! th:;l 1
road, could do widl to const riict a
portatt" around the CiieCiides between
StevDiiHiiii ami llutler landing, for use
ilurihK the hih water, when it is not
possilile to operate the locks. This
would furnish unobstructed naviga
tion for trullle Koituj to i'oitliiud by
wuy of the N ui t.l:i -i n I aeilie, and
would bo a portion of the road that,
will have to be built sooner or later
down the north bank of t.iie Coluiobi i.
Amos Inn loiiH h id hi- lire, on about
a city at, the month ol the White Si.l
nion, lint tiives up I i ii-vi 1 1 lt it , ill
I'oir.e in time to do bun any nood.
He declares he is i;elli:n.' too old lau
to have a Hood t line spend in t he
money that, would come to lote. from
t he sale of city lot - i! the I o;,d went
through his tuwiiM'.e.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton II. Vaughan
left Sunday for Ci utridiii. where they
will i.-it relative,.,. Mr. Viiii!kui will
return the latter part of tho week,
w hile Mrs. 'am;!. an v ill remain wi ek
longer at Cent.ialin aad I'm t laud.
K. I ii Id-of While Salmon whs in
the city Monday n.oiuitin. looking
lifter his property iutciests le-re. Mr.
Mrs.. W. O. Nichols, and her daugh
ters. Ira and irino left Weduemlay on
a short visit to the Dalle.
bloom iti the north side ot t lie river,
and .-talk hate bi en p. mod out on
the range to rustle tor ti oiiimTvos.
Mr. iind Mrs. (J. J. (iessliug wire
at White Salmon last week, visiting
Or. Hint Mrs. ( h-ui-hurt. Mrs. (.ear
hurt Mini Mrs, (les-lmg were school
mutes in Ohio, i hey had not seen
each other for over Pi vers.
St. I'atrics flay dance at. the hall
at Odell evening of .March IT. Music
bytJerman Hand under the manage
ment of Jaiiien Cool; und others., lav
i eryhody invited.
Ailverrael l-eller lUt,
l 'elin ary 27, 1!KT).
Mrs. II. (i. MeCov, IlesMio Tucli r.
T. liailey, W. N. Chiuideer. Mr.
l lllTst H. A. TotllHH,
Maich (!, VMiit.
Mrs, IT. (I, McCoy, Atchiaon Alio,
j. I.. Clark.. I. H. Hurst, 1". II. I.ao,
O. C. Lee., II. S. Mayuard, J. W.
Merrilli'2 , William 1'iitt.ersoii.
W in. M. VATHH, P. M.
Lewis anil Clark Fair Xnt i.
Kxhibits for the Lewis and Clark ex
position are arriving daily hy the train
loiiit and the I'onipleti'it exhibits Htru-'t
ui'es ure being utilized for stora-je.
Willi the woik ol laudseuj ir.ien-
ing al the Lewis and Clark poailion
I'ompieted, the dep.l' I inellt of works ij
now ilevoting its attention to finishing
! ive hiuiilri'd thousand egga are to lie
st ripped lrom steel-liead ,-almon at the
Field was too busy witli mad work1
last wi'i-i. to send m his usiiul grr-t j ukiuui hiileherj for the riNhenet at
ot ni'.'.i-. I e.ich tees w ill :-onn be in ; the Lew is and Clark exposition.
1 lie I'niteil States government build
ings at the Lew is and Clink exposition
were advanced 7S percent Saturday,
Trunk Vincent Hn Mond, una of the
world's foremost painteri! and illus
tra'ers, and irotrii'tor of the Lyme
sehool at Lyme, Kngland, ha- been se
ll cti'd a licad of the Una Arts exhibit
ul the Lew is and Clark e.i position
j TlioiisandH will "llitlthe Trail" at
! the Lew is and Clark exposition. Many
new and attractive shows been securei
I for the gaily boulevard.