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Framli A. Cram, the reliable outfitter, will fur
the " Glad Raas " for mother, father and all t
ren AT WHOLESALE PRICED.
Our entire stock is being slaughtered. Come everyone; we will make the
Eagle Scream in more ways than one.
You can't afford to miss this opportunity. You wiil save enough money on your outfit to
paint the town red. We will have a large force of in x;l"g;e :: clerks to wait on you.
ess ca-jgaasB (srssraa cmsgsss csssissa iisro mmmm umssssz
lilliiJ LOCAL V.A I I Kits.
Just v ived New line Lewis and
Clark souvenir puis. O II lo we 1 1 it'll i
lit Clarke's Hie jeweler.
50 acres on tlio Fast Side, 2 miles
out.. It) iien s in young orchard. A snap.
W. J. BAKER.
ilmt prescription tilled
' i'li just wliat the doe
" e i take it to Clarke's.
Patrons of the Kust Fork Irrigating
Co. can have water at $5.00 as usual by
giving written notice to C. H. Hone or
C. C. Massiker terms each, Kust Fork
Irrigating company, by C. R. Hone,
C. K. Bone lias a few tons of wheat
elover and timothy hay left at his ranch
Ho vou want that prescription tilled and at the Livingston place that he
iici iuiitelv and i h just what t he doe- will sell.
tor ordered? 'i" e i take it to Clarke's. xow tliut all inuiortant question is
Shingles. See us fur best prices, settled the next thing is the ring a fine
Oregon Lumber Co. new hue of engagement and wedding
I'se Williams1 anti-septic hair tonic rings, l'rices right. Ciarke the jeweler.
ami keep oil uriiV Lairs', auiaes 1,igesuoii won iis-siiiiiiauon
Sidewalk himl.e:-. Delivery name perfect. Makes new red UI.km anil
lay order is received. Oregon Lumber V'":8 w." . i
i( ( 1 lUUlKHUHI H Will 1-ouii mi Lin
, , ., , i-i .. wick and weak. itt cents, Tt u or
All watch, lock and jewelry reran C.X.Clark's,
work guaranteed hv Clarke.the jeweler. ,. ...
., , , , , , .. Buy vour berry crates and fruit boxes
Mantle, wan and cno.oio docks on Jiey
easv terms at I nk s. are homemade and the fruit, sells at top
Hid acres, LI miles from Mosier sta- priL.e8 wi,en packed in them. Hood
lion, on main road; good spring; $25 an jiver fruit deserves good boxes, and
nere; will divide; true apple land. Also wR,n voll mly frolll t,t. uow Hivur box
other Mosier property. W. J. Baker & Co. flictury you are sure of a supply when
Call and examine my new line of you want them. Our prices are right,
watches I can save you money. Clarke, Davidson Kruit Co.
the jeweler. Houses and cottages for rent by Ed-
I guarantee a lit in glasses. Clarke, wjn .. Henderson,
the optician and jeweler. Ilazehvuod
Do yu live in this part of the conn- Ice Cream
try? 'Then buy home-made fruit boxes. Ice Cream
They are ad ri'iilit and the ppices are Today at the parlors of Sheets &
rigid. At Davidson Emit Co. (iadwa
Wi.nted at Once t four or five-room Tired out, worn out woman cannot
house. Applv tC. H. Stetten, care of nleep, eat or work; seems as if she would
It. B. lining & Co Hy to pieces. Ilollisters Uocky Mount-
To make room f r new stock all cut i aiu Tea makes strong nerves and rich
ttlass will be rlos.i.i out at cost. Clarke red hi I. :!5 cents Tea or Tablets. C.
(Jet our price and
that of competitors
nev this way. Ore-'
Do you tt-e Lath
compare it with
You will make in
gon Lumber Co.
If jam have not contracted your
berry 'elates with the Davidson Emit
Co.," lie t'T 'l i s quick and get the
lieneli: ! .oe rcdoced prices at which
cunt rac.s arc mow being made.
Well, i'om'i vet see that if you wish
to see well, ml, -Inmld see Clarke the
optician. (iuar.intoeil work in glass
lilting. , .,, .
House and Un lots on the hill for
!HK); !fti 0 (low n ; ti rooms; rents for $S;
on corner and brow of bill ; off tlu mar
ket sun. Edwin A. Henderson.
" ' he S:vinjs Hank Habit" moms
sound sleep, good cliges'ion, c aol jud .(
luent and inn nl v independence. Com
in toda and open an a count with what
vou have. No matt.-r how -mall, make
the .start Do not wait lor the large
amount to start with; it may never
come. The Eirst National Bank.
Lot- on the installment plan in ( oe's
addition; 25 per cent down; balance $5
per month ; 8 per cent interest. Kdwm
Ilhie V.tr. 1 at Clarhe'--7c a pound.
Have Yen Sprayed Yell
det your material of Clarke and save
Ice at Tonipkin Bros.
Phone Tompkin Bros, for ice.
Ladies' shirts at cost ut Vogt Bros.
Wall paper remnants for ten days at
Hunt's Wall 1'apcr Store' 2t
Sheets & Oadwa is the place to get
the celebrated Hazel wood ice cream.
Try one of their wallles when yon are in
Dr. E. T. Cams has returned to Hues!
liiver and resumed his practice at t lie
same place, over Bartness store,
he is prepared to attend those
Wall Taper Remnants.
Not old stock, nor odds and ends of
old stock from Portland, hut remnant
from a new and clean stock of paper can
he had at Hunt's Wall Paper store fm
ten days at baigains. 'Phone (171. 21
(iusoline Kngine fur Sale.
The Davidson Emit Co. have left in
,-tock a new So. 3 Mickney time hotsi
power gasoline engine arranged for f.ist
or slow speed suitable for pumping
water for irrigating purposes or oilier
power. Very simple and easy to oper
ate. Eor sale at a bargain. I his is not
u second-hand, cheap affair. Price.
(Juality vs. (jiianlity.
Hard muscles and strong body do
not depend on the iiiantity of food
you eat, but. ils perfect digestion and
proper assimilation. When you take
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure vour system gets
all the nouiishiiieiit out of all the food
you eat. It digests what you eat ie
gardless of the condition of the stomach
ami conveys the nutrient properties to
(he blood and tissues. This builds up
ami strenghens tne entire system.
Kodol cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Belching, Sour Stomach, Weak Ileal I,
etc. Sold by (J. E. Williams.
(rand Hall July Fourth
At the Mount Hood Hall. Good nius:c
and oyster supper. By Directors.
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Lloyd, of Elgin,
Or., were guests Monday of Mr. and
Mrs. E. (). Jilanchtir.
Mrs. Mary Brant, of Eoutanello,
Iowa, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
James Haniia, of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. A. ('. Bales and daugh
ter of Los Angeles are visiaing ,1. B.
Hunt and family. Mrs. Bales is a sister
of Mr. Hunt and thev think Orcvou is
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Markle, recent
froin Pennsylvania, arrived Monday to
make their home in Hood liiver Mr.
Markle has accepted the posilioii of
machine operator in the ( i lacier com
W. S. Myers, an old-time resident of
The Dalles, died in thai city Tuesday
anil will lie buried today. Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Smith of this were among
Hoi d River 1 pie who attended the
funeral services. Mr. Myers was a
prominent member of the workmen or
der, also the lvniglil templars.
As is known to those who knew him
at all Mr. Gilbert was a man who made
many friends and one whose ability was
such as to cause bun to be very useful
in any community wheie he cast his lot.
That his life should he thus cut shoit i--greatly
regretted by his friends in The
Dalles, as well as elsewhere. Chronicle
Miss Eva Nickelseii is home from
Whitman college for a vuca'ioii of two
weeks. Mi.-s Grace Jones of l'.oslon,
Mass., who at present is inu-i.ai ai
structor.at the Waila Walla Conserva
tory, aecoinanicd her. Mi.-s Lines has
a lini-hcl e.lue.iti ui, In', n.g I n
abroad for a niimhiT i f jears and is a
graduate of Hie classic old school at
lierlin, G.niian. A nuin'i -T "i enier
tainiiients will he arraiignl for herdnr
which wili he greatly iipprc-
I by the culiiire and
East Grand Forks,
her son on the East
ing her stay
IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
Fishing' TacRle Baskets
rods, reel,, lines, honks, spoons.
H v hooks, (Pes of all kinds, roil
li'tt'mgs, li-h scales, etc. Every
thing for the fisherman.
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THE" BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
roiIPO.'J Ho. 317
K.I ward Sinhh di'.'w ihe LewisiL
ClarK Fair Ticket last Saturday.
We are sending our pal runs to the
fair ev-ry week. M'e'd like to send
Fireworils Pi-to s, emu
toiped , lire crackers, ho
l Spoiling cilie-, lulli.o:,-.
rockets, IL.mah candies, col
fires, ( hue -e firewie k -, te
very lalg- .-t'-ck l.oi e pi
Remember we are
sending some one to the Lewis and Clark Fair every week. Jl!ill?Li!licillL.lfli
Shirts, work, negligee, fancy
Underwear, summer weight
Hosiery, common and fancy
Hats-straw and crash.
CIoves-for work or dress
Collars, cuffs linen, rubh'r
SuSenders-work or play
KahKi Suits-tine for summer
Ilandc'Ks-w hite and co.on d
siiiiit waists white and co'ored
wKAi'i'KKs, kind tliat will suit vou
nosiKRV,plendidiiialiiy, that 'sail
i snKiiw kar, comhination suits
iniuioNs-all widths, colors, grades.
iiandkkki iiii.Fs-cotton, linen, silk
coksets-K it G , you know rest
si mmkk DitKss noons-beautiful
s v s bo x s kts- P i e 1 1 y s t y I es
i.adiks' hki.ts, we sell lots of them
Childrens Furnishm a
liHowxiK ovickm.i.s sine theclo'iies
STRAW II ATS I'.' little t,,t ni). l,:g
KAi INi: rm.T-wl at's use darning
I'.ov's km:i: cams g i d w en e,
liov's wmsts pretty patterns
BoV's SIM Ill's -good seli-lbie nut S
soi.iukr ovkii.m.i. i-l'ITs very cute.
iii!.1)RKn's i .ies new, nretiv st I s
imhasoi.s for little girl-, H styles
Always bear in mind ttat a dollaMrt s. f
Violii.s. guitars, mandolin", ban
ios, accordeons, concertinas, har
inonicis, violincellos, ihuroiiets,
etc string and fittings ad kiniN.
C mnlete slock. Little prices
Oil Stoves We carrv the best
make', all siz s in blue (lame snd
wick burners; they are a eusible
stove for hot weather. We want
to show vou how nice they work.
Exnreti Waaons Cna-t
wagons, farm wagons, sidkiit,
hand cirs, ca t-, iloil bugiiies and
go-carts for the b .ys and the gi 1-
Mrs. .larvis of
Minn., is visiting
S. K. Emits was admitted to the
of Oregon l ist Moadav, and on Welne -dav
he received lis first caue and a $100
Mrs. ( buries T. Hesainer of Stap'es,
Minn., is the guest of Mr, and Mrs
Charles Metcall. at their Belmont
II. S. Dane oi (his city 1 as M'cured a
contract at Moro for con tructiug an
opera house and Mure buiMaig to cost
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark cnne up
from Hood liiver Sunday, Mi.. Clark
reinaiiiing over to visit with her grand
father, Mr. I. N. Sargent. Chronicle.
C. L. Coul'er of MaUory, Minn , is
visiting his son, Wilbur Coulter, on the
M'est Side. Mr. Couiler is well pleased
wiih Hood Biver and may conclude to
The ladies of the city are invited to a
reading of one of Stoddard's lectures,
Friday Afternoon, at 2 o'clock at the
meeting of the Woman's alliance at the
home of Mrs. A. I). Moe.
Mr. and Mrs. l'red Shoemaker arriv
ed Sunday morning from Pendleti n to
attend i Ic funeral of Mrs. Shoemaker's
father, C. L. Gilbert. Mrs. SI maker
will probably spend the summer iti
Hood li ver with her mother, Mrs. Gil
bert. Mrs. Ii.ee and children of .Modesto,
Oil., who is spending the summer with
Mis. Warner at liingen, was in Hood
liiver I u -sday, the guest of Mrs. E. E.
Savage. Alls' Uico and Mrs. Savage
were former neighbors ill Des Moines
Mrs. liiee savs there are large number-
of people in California who are planu'inj
to visit the Portland fair this summer, i
Perhaps a larger nninberof pioneers!
from! hi- M'ction than ever before at-'
ten led the annual una ting, in Portland
la-t week. Among them are Mr. and
Mr-. S L. Ilro 'Its, w lm came to Oregon
in 'oil; Ml. and Mrs. W . Mo ue: Georte ,
Hiildle, of '52; Charles Stillwcll, '52;
Mrs Itiddl" of '47; Andy Allen, of MS;
and Amos I'liderwoo.l, of Underwood,
Mrs. Jennie Erisbiu and two nieces, I
liattio and Jennie, of Auburn, Nob.,
were the guests last, week of Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. running. Tuesday, in
co njiany with Mr. and Mrs. Cunning,
they lett for Oregon City, to attend
tho" state encampment of the Grand
Army. The Nebraska party will take
steamer Jinn 25 for San I'Vnncisco, on
their way to the East. This is Mrs.
l iisbie'.- eleventh trip across the con
tinent. J. li, Nickelson, the implement dealer,
says lie has so far this summer sold P.)
mowing machines to the fanners of
Hood Liver valley. In addition lo thic
there have been a half dozen or mi s dd
hy oilier parties. Last yiar but nine
machines were sold in the vallev , an in
dication that the acreage in h iv i- in
creasing rapidly. Mr Nick"iseii ! h . nks
perhaps the picture ill his ad, where the
! man driving the mower looks n-if be
- bad a soft snap, may have soinet liing t i
du with the scale.
Trains will In running over the new
; Condon branch of the O. li. A. N. line
i extending from Arlington to Condon,
: ,1 uly 1. Sticl bus been In hi ir.toCon
! don. a di. tar.ee of oil miles, m:d 1 al
la-ting lias been carried on mcr a
large portion of the road. At fiist
! there will be but one regi'lar dully
ovre ti e branch, Hud it is not exi ect
led the travel from the interior will iu
'ciense to sir ti nil extent that a bi tter
service will b" wiirwmtcd for some
time, though tho freight be.-.iness w ill
; bo heavy.
Judge an I Mrs. Henry are enter
itaininir Mrs. Dr. A L. Chapman, of
1 lllomningtoti, III., who arrived here
j last Siturdav. Mrs. Chapman rep
! resented Central Illinois Presbytery
i at the convention held recently ut Al
j bany. Ore, I cing the national conyen
1 Hon of (be Women's General Mission
ary society of the United Presliyteriim
church. Mrs. Chapman is delighted
with Oregon and thinks it a wonder
ful country. Miss Henrietta Bram
well, hIsO a guest of Judge and Mrs.
Henry, is a sister to Mrs. Chapman
Both are cousins of Mrs. Henry.
J. K. Strannban, the architect of Hood
River' is moving to White Salmon this
week, and will make this his future
home. He has a very pleasant location
on an elevation near town where he has
I erected one of of the neatest farm hon-es
i in the country, an 1 where be can raise
. fruit and vegetables to bis heart's con
tent. He has a very sightly location
where the view is ouperp, and he ex
pects in the future to mak a health and
pleasure resort ol this place. M'e are
p eaked to have such men us Mr. Stran
),;,, i ah in settle n tin -ti-j us. Enierprize.
ie - j J. II. ''rarv was up from Portland
durng the week, visiting his father-iu-law,
li. B. Tucker and family.
Mr. nn.l Mrs. 11. E. Smith, of Mil
waukee, Wis., are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs, Sprout, i.t' the East side.
Byioii Milliron aid wife and Mrs.
Win. Wiggle will leave next week for
Hood liiver and Portland on a visit of
several weeks. Priueville Journal.
Forest Grove has a population of l.li20.
Fleet J. . Ariiisiin Director.
V. A meson was elected director
to succeed G. 1). Woodvvorth in the
Eraiikton dbtrict Monday. M. 11.
Nickelseii was re elected clerk for the
7th term in this district. This will
make PI terms as clerk for Mr Nickel
seii, who served faithfully in this ca
pacity for six years in tho city dis
trict.' The Krunkloii district will have a
nine months' school. Five teachers
will be employed by the district. Mr.
Brow n has been retained as principal,
with Miss Pearl Ehy as one of the as
sistants. The three other instructors
w ill be selected at, a meeting of the
1 rd this coining Saturday.
Clerk Niekelseirs llnaueial
was as follows :
From county treasurer from
d istriet tax.
From county treasurer from
county school fund,
From state school fund,
lieci ived for library from
Ti acbers' wages,
Fuel and supplies,
liepairs and improvements,
Principal and int. on bonds,
( Uerk's salary.
Fur libi ary books,
Other purposes including
All other purposes,
our entire stoek of Shoes. Men's Hats and Shirts,
Hosiery, Underwear, Corsets, in fact everything
We will continue business in our pivsent locution wit'i
with more room nnd larger stoek wo expect to serve our
patrons better than over before. In our closing out stile
wo are offering genuine bargains in dependable up-to-date
goods bought direct from factories.
We have nothing old or poor or
shoddy to offer you.
When M-o say genuine bargains vo mean genuine bargains
:t: t;. 7 1
Cash ou hand,
TO VOTE AGAIN
ON BOND ISSUE PR I
manage the business affairs of the tun
Lodge .Members Kiijny Ire Cream.
A very enjoyable time was had at
the K. of P. hall Isal Friday night by
the members of tho Women of Wood
craft, that, being their regular meeting
night. Nothing out of the usual rou-
iline of business occurred in the lodge
j wi rk. However, when it, came to the
j social entertainment part, every one
i seemed to want to have something
extra, and two of their number were
jseul. out for ice cieain. And it is use
less to s ay w lad, happened when the
, ice cream M'lhed to go with the four
' or live cakes which had been brought
by some if the neighbors. It was
decided by tile circle to have a closed
in-lidlaliou and another social time,
which no ilouht will be well attended
' by the ineml i rs who are nil interested
in the toiini milk which should and
undoubtedly does idtraet the iitten-
' tion of any spectator.
Well Supplies Irrigation Wutcr.
.1. B Hunt ha recently completed
h.r A A Jaine, on Ids f irm on die Par
kerioaii road, a:i irrigation sy-tein from
a well a' h est of Ifi'ill, which furnishes
a li ev eH miner's inches that can be
st -re.l in a leserv oir and made to irri
ga'e a denied tun t of tb acres.
M'.iti r w is found by digging a well 28
H i t ''i" t ' li on tne ,-!! lull, explains
Mr. Hunt A ITU-foot tunnel was then
lice';.' II mi the bottom of the well, so as
to ilriiin out the water
d. ill ..0 feet ill ei er, an
The city election, Monday, ou the
question of issuing bonds for the in
stallation of a municipal water und
lire protection system resulted in III
votes for bonds and (id opposed, tho
issue losing by nine votes.
As only legal voters who aro free
holders could vote, the poll was not
heavy. There were but a few eligible
voters who did not exercise their rights
of franchiso. While a large majority
favored bonding tho city for the mu
nicipal water system, the charter re-
quiies a two minis vote iavoring
bonds. The required vote was nine
short of two thirds majority of tho
Monday night wes the regular meet
ing of the council, when another ordi
nance was prepared calling for uuothcr
election on the same proposition ou
Friday, July 11. As the absence of C
T. I'.aily prevented the linal passage of
the ordinance at this session, it will
go over to the first meeting in July,
when a majority can nring t.ne meas
ure to final passago.
The bond election stirred up a great
deal of Interest. Many voters who
heretofore had property in their wife's
name only, hustled about to secure a
deed in their own name that they
might have tho right to vote. Thu
election was the one topic of conver
sation on the streets that day.
Will Open Sanitarium Here.
Dr. Mary Johnson of this city, has
secured n leaso on the Jacobs property
in Blowers' addition and will imme
diately make u number of improve
ments to the building and grounds
preparatory to opening an institution
to bo known aa Tho Hood Hiver Sani
tarium. Dr. Johnson has had many years ex
perience In hospital management and
since locating iu Hood Klver has not
e 1 the wonderful health restoring
qualitios possessed by the climate,
which with the unsurpassed view ob-
I'.y sinking a tained from the location she has ohos
incrcaded flow i n convinces her that nowhere could
w,i -ecnrcM iiiut a perpetual irrigation ; n putter place le tounil ror tuo esiau-sy-tem
-ecured at a coinparitively small 1 lishmuut of such an Institution,
co-i. The huge verandas extending the
In digrng the well, Mr. Hunt says , full width of the building ou the north
he found large quantities of black sand, command a niaguillcent view of Mount
which when analil'.ed
the trace of i;oh
(iuplier Tenuis Club Fntertalns.
Adams, the White Salmon gorge, and
in the immediate foreground the full
width of the matchless Columbia.
As the building itself is surrounded
IS CALLED SUDDENLY
C. L. llilliert, the popular Wa co
county educator and proprietor of 11 o
Mount Hood hotel of this cily, died
suddenly from an attack of hecit
trouble last Saturday afternoon.
While Mr. (lilbert had been in nor
health for some time, and ho cttn felt
himself that ho could not, nirvne
many years, his sudden death v as
nevertheless a shock to the remiiii n
A sorro concourse i f fiiei.es
and neig1 lorn ;ntheied nl.i.r.t the bier
Kunday i fter oon, iu the piolorsif
the Mm nt II od hotel, v I etc t; e !;:
cral nuo was preached In l'r T.
L. F"ot, of Pirtiuiid '1 Ut Hr. 1 1 a t
shot Id b i nri si nt on this i cciisicn I. ad
long bo a the wish of tie ileceasi d.
The uaendanco at the senil es was the
largest at any funeral ever conducted
in this idty.
Services at the grave were ci i. (had
ed by members of the li r: I ,lasi:!'ic,
order, Hood River lodge No. 0 5, A.
F;nnd A. M. Thirty visitii g K lights
of Pythias were here from Friendship
lodge at The Dalles, of which the de
ceased had I ecu a n ember, and wiih
the local Knights assisted in the it r
vices at Idlewilde cemetery.
Mr. Gilbert was horn at Mount,
Blanchar, Ohio, January 2(1, lS. il At
the age of 17 lie began his m"t . s an
educator, and continued in cr
vlce 27 years. It is possible that , o
school teacher was ever more loved i y
his pupils as was ProfesK.r Cilbert. a
his friends in this city, many of
whom have sat before bin. us a i n; I,
were accustomed to greeting him.
Ill lHH'.l Professor (lilbert cane o
Hood liiver. One of the first tela a
he taught here was in the Barn It
trict. Soon afterwards he mow d i to
the citv.where ho was principi I ot i he
public, school for a number it ;.i : s.
F'or two years he was di ; ut.i cut ly
clerk for A. M. Kelsay, of this cdy,
both of whom weie then resident i f
The Dalles. T'liieo times?'! ti!' -t
was chosen us Wasco coi t!. ' i 1 1 r
iuteiident of public imliti on, in
which capacity be tecum j ! iueut
ly known througl out the st, ,e as i no
(if the able educati To of the PaciliO
June 15, HUM, just Ineycirsrid
The inemhrcs of the (iopher Tennis by a luge and well kept lawn, shaded
club entertained the bachelors from I by a nuinls-r of huge oaks, a more
Bachelor Hull Friday evening, Juno beautiful place would, indeed, lie hard
It!, at the home of the Misses Mark, j to Und.
returning the compliment of the sup- Although the management of the Hi
rer given the club by the bachelors the situation will be under the personal
. i . . : 1 t 1 l. l, I, .... .. j
her a consulting board
The evening was thoroughly enjoyed
by the bachelors and others, too. A
di licious reoast, was served. Those
present were Missis Ada, Alice, Mil-'
dred Mark, .Mary and ijiuu mini,
Nettie Oloason and Klle.il Pierce,
Messrs. Charles and F.dward Lage,
W ill Coulter and Clarence Copple.
sociated v. ith
comcosed of leading specialists prac
ticing in the cities of the Noithwest
and with the elllcient corps of trained
uuiics she will hao iu attendance,
the Doctor intends the institution to
equal any of its kind iu the west. Y..
two days 1 eloie his dei.th, .V.i ( ill i it
and family returned to l!cod ! i t' !
take charge of the Met i:t Hi n' ! i ii 1,
which institution has 1 1 ( n ecu oi ctul
with success and ever incteioii g op
ularity. For several jcuit .Mr. i'i
bert liad been far from a sin ng l. : n,
yet he was always active in the id
affairs cf his city and connli). l'.tc
m ies he had none, and those v Lo l.i t
I him loved him.
j He is survhed I y a devi led via1,
who attended him in his late jears 1 1
! illness with a deuition utueiaii g A
! son. Clarence F.. who for a i,t n 1 1 1 of
years has been mHiiiu.cri.f 1 is l.aUa i 's
hotel, and a daughter, Mis. J!u (!
1). Powell,I)r. Johnson s brother, w ill j Shoemaker, of Peudkton.