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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1905)
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the BEST material of the the goods that cries like
age. We are sole agents 11 IT7 A A & OAfO silk' wearslike iron costs
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THE GOOD OLD VACATION TIME IS HERE. So also is FRANK A. CRAM with the best
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which are lower than aotual cost of material today
Trunks delivered anywhere free.
Will uve you money on any style, size or quality Suit Caw you want to buy. Our
Cam are guaranteed. Best made. No better at price. Come in and look at thtm.
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$1.20 to $9.8(J.
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BRIEF LOCAL HATTERH.
Today at the
parlors of Sheets &
lee at Toniplun liros.
SO acres on the Hast Side, 2 miles
out. 10 acres in young orchard. A snap.
VV. J. BAKER.
Shingles. See ns for best prices.
Oregon Lumber Co.
Wall paper remnants for ten (lays at
Hunt's VhI1 Paper Store !it
Mantle, wall and eookoo clocks on
easy terms at Clark's.
Use Williams' anti-septic hair tonic
and keep off gray hairs.
Sidewalk lumber. Delivery ennia
day order is received. Oregon Lumber
Call and examine my new line of
watches. I can Bave you money. Clarke,
I guarantee a fit in glasses. Clarke,
the optician and jeweler.
To make room for new stock all cut
glass w ill be closed out at cost. Clarke
Do you use Lath? (Jet our price and
compare it with that of competitors.
You will make money this way. Ore
gon Lumber Co.
Well, don't you see that if you wish
U see well, you should see Clarke the
optician. Guaranteed work in glass
Tired out, worn out woman cannot
sleep, ent or work; seems as if she would
tly to pieces. Hollisters Hocky Mount
ain Tea makes sti'onit nerves and rich
red blood. 3fl cents Tea or Tablets. C.
Mr. Bart mess is on a cash basis.
Dr. V.. T. Cains has returned to Hood
Kiverand resinned his practice at the
same place, over Bartneas store, where
he is prcp.ired to attend those wishing
Now that all important question is
settled the next thing is the ring a fine
new line of engagement and wedding
rings. Prices right. Ciarke the jeweler.
Pure eider vinegar for sale.
W. J. Baker.
MeCiuire Bros, offer boiling meats at
your own price, 5c, tic and 7c per pound.
For surveying, see John Leland Hen
derson & Son.
Be sure to go camping, but first get a
supply of amninniiion and fishing takle
from McDonald. He has the right kind.
John Leland Henderson and son are
equipped with two Hurley transits and
will be ready to do surveying for the
next two months. Rat -a per day are
. and $10.
It is to your interest to refer to Mr.
Purtmesa' ad under the new system.
Patronize home industry by buying
ranch butter at McDonald a.
Mayes Bros, get i
meat every morning.
Do you use Naptha soap?
fresh supply of
5c per bar
For trout flies that catch the fish, go
180 acres, 1J 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.
If you have heifer calves to Bell,
J. W. Anderson.
Fish, salmon and halibut, at McOuire
Blue Vitrol at Clarke's 7c a pound
Phone Tompkin Bros, for ice.
Two-quart combination hot water
bottle and fountain syringe guaranteed
for one year. Only 1.50 at Clarke's.
If you require accurate surveying, see
Murray Kav, civil engineer. Consulta
tion free. High-class work guaranteed.
Mayes Bros.' meat market has been
supplied with a cooling fountain for
keeping vegetables fresh and clean. Buy
your vegetables where they come fresh
as from the garden.
Those who contracted for Sharpies
Cream Separators recently from a Port
land representative, and have not re
ceived the same yet, are hereby notified
that they will be supplied by J. R. Nick
elsen, local dealer, thereby saving $5.00
commission on each separator.
Cold boiled ham at McGuire Bros.
Watermelons and musk melons on ice
at McGuire Bros.
We offer our entire stock of feed, flour
and groceries at reduced prices to save
moving. Call and get nur prices and
save money. CHAPMAN & CO.
Kxtraordinary values in millinery to
be had at our store. In persuing our
usual policy, we hold a clearance sale at
the end of every season. Wa do not
aim to carry our stock over. By this
method, we are able to place before our
patrons a fresh slock every season.
Avail yourself of this opportunity to se
cure headwear at reduced prices.
Mme A UBOTT.
California is supporting the Port
land fair most nobly. Already more
than '20,0(0 actual residents of that
state have visited the fair and regis
tered at the California building. Last
week was Southern California week
at the exposition, large parties of vis
itors from several cities in the south
ern part of the state being present.
Saturday was Los Angeles day, and
there was a general reception and cel
ebration at the California state build
ing. This week several cities in the
central and northern part of Califor
nia bave special days.
Dear (Jus: I have solved the mother-In-biw
problem ; just give her regularly
Hollister's Rocky Mountain tea. It
will make her ualthy, happy and do
cile as a lamb. 35c, Tea or Tablet's. C.
Meat safes at F. G' Coe's.
Ironing boards at F. G. Coe's.
Groceries, flour and feed at Lamar &
Get F. G. Coe to make those book
shelves for yon.
See W. A. Morgan it Co. if you
want draylug done. .Phone Mo. IVM.
Those contemplating putting in wheat
this fall should see the Hood River
Milling Co. first.
When you have an odd job to do, don't
forget F. G. Coe has a carpenter Bbop
and does such work.
Are you still worrying along without
window screens. F. G. Coe makes them
Those in the country desiring wood
sawed by the steam wood saw should
get their wood ready so I can do the
work at one trip. I will commence
any time after the 2d week in August.
Healed bids will be received up to Sat
urday, Aug 12, (or grubbing 25 acres of
second-growth fir, slashed last year,
partly burned this spring in Mount
Hood settlement. I reserve the right to
reject any or all bids. J. M. Hollowell,
At the Churches.
Valley Christian Regular Services
Sunday, both morning and evening.
W. A. Kikins, pastor.
Unitarian The pastor, Rev. O. J.
Nelson, will conduct services Sunday
morn'ng. (Subject of pel nion : "Resist
not Evil ; or the (Jospel of Repose."
Baptist. Regular preaching services
at Carmichael's hall every 1st and 3d
Sunday morning and evening; Sunday
school every Sunday at 10 a. m. Cove
nant and business meeting the first
Wednesday night in each month. J. B.
Methodist Preaching at 11 a. m. ami
8 p" m.; Sabbath school 10 a. in.; Ki
worh League 7 p. in. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening. All cordially in
vited. W. C. Evans, pastor.
United Brethren. Sunday school at
10 a.m. Preaching at 11 a. in. Junior
Endeavor, 3:30 p. m. Christian Kn
deavor, 6:45 p.m. Preaching at 7:30.
All are cordially invited. Rev. J. S.
Belmont M. E. Church. H. C. Clark,
pastor. Services, Belmont: Sunday
school at 10 a. m. ; Class meeting at 11
a. m. ; Epworth League 7 p. in. ; preach
ing every Sunday evening and 2d Sun
day in month at 11 a. m.; Prayer meet
ing Thursday 7:30 p. m. Services at
Pine Grove same as above except preach
ing, which is on 1st and 3d Sundays at
11 a. m. Crapper 1st and 3d Sundays
at 3:; Sunday school at 2:30. Mouin
Hood. The 4th Sunday at U a.nt.;
ftonilav school at 10 a. m.
GET IN THE HABIT
OF TRADING AT
THF BIG STORE
WITH LITTLE PRICES
Coupon No. 642, held by W. F. Gatchell. drew the Lewis and Clark Fair Ticket. Saturday.
n c 10p nnrl Srnrp " n"w open ,or yocr ia'im:t'on- Itiel
WUI tL-, JLUL. allU lul OtUlC articles, each class by itself, so that yoi
i full of interesting
; you can easily pick
out the things you need. A man said, "There is no use of sending East when you can find such bargains here
Remember there is nothing higher than 15 cents in the whole store room, and we give you premiums
with every $2.00 worth of goods purchase 1, beides giving you the Lewis & Clark Fair Ticket Coupons. We
want you to come in and look around, even if you don't buy. Make our store and our waiting room your
stopping place when you come to tow n.
pv Jj. pay fancy prices to traveling Sewing Machine agents when you can buy the New Home machine
from us at about half their prices. Guaranleed fifteen years.
Toilet raper, Tin Wash Basins,
Potato Mashers, Candle Sticks,
Egg Peaters, Writing Tablets,
Cake Tins, Water Glasses, Cus
tard Cups, Bluing Spoons, Screw
Drivers, Pot Scrubs, Fly Killers
and many others.
Tin Coffee and Tea Pots, Tin
Dippers, Covered Buckets, Dust
Pans, Cmb Cases, Match Boxes,
Soup Ladles, Iron Handles, Lamp
Shades, Clotheslines, Shoe Polish
Jar Wrenches, Meat Pounders,
and hundreds of others.
Water Pails, 8crub Brushes,
Vegetable Grates, Flour Sieves,
Collanders, Dusters, Shoe Brush
es, Milk Cans, Sink Strainers,
Mop Handles, Dish Pans, Baking
Dishes, Water Filters, Curtain
Rods. Come and see the others.
Tim Brodeur of Portland is a new
employe at the blacksmith and wagon
shop of Snow and Upson. Mr. Brodeur
ib an experienced workman.
Rev. Crusau of Spokane, who was
to have delivered a lecture at the
Unitarian church next week, cannot
fill his engagement, owing to sickness.
H. L. Vorse is up from Portland,
and will remain for several days. Mr.
Vorse says they are undecided ,ust
when they will move from Hood Riv
R. H. Tate and little Bull of Portland
were guests during the week of Dr. M.
A. Junes. Saturday night Hie doctor
took bis friend for a pojuni n at Winans
and the fi lis of Hood River.
(J eo. D. CulbeiHon and family moved
out to the homestead Mondav, nbonl
nine miles soutlu ast of town. Mr. Cul
bertson reports quite a heavy rainstorm
out ill that neighborhood Tuesday.
While attending the dental congress
at Portland, Dr. Jones saw tbo new
anesthetic "Somnofornie" used for
the painless etxraetion of teeth. A
completo outfit has been ordered and
will be in use by him in a few days.
W. L. Markle and Sheridan liaiiiiiin
of Clearfield, Pennsylvania, are at
C resent the guests of the former's
rother, A. W. Markle, on Sherman
avenue. Ihev are here to see the
country and to incidentally look up
the fruit growing biihiuess.
D. F. Lamar is attain in business at
the old Btand just south of the Indian
creek bridge. Read bis annoueement in
another column. D. F. Dunn is also in
business with him. Thev intend to bun
dle a first class stock of grociers, flour,
feed, etc., and arc out for business.
They assure their old friends the same
courteous treatment as of yore.
Dan Mears and R. J. Gould are home
from a prospect inir trio to the John Dav
country, ami are displaying nil sorts of
rock lrom free milling ore to asplinul
tu an . Dan and family left the first of
the week for the Trout Lake country,
where he w ill spend part of the time on
an outing with Munlicai Jones.
Considerably more than !IOO.(iilO ad-
misirions have been renoideil by the
turnstiles of the Lewis nu (Mark ex
position. If this percentage keeps up
the total admissions will exeeod imo,
tXK) and there is every prospect that
the attendance will increase toward
the end of the exposition period.
This is the experience of all exposi
The (). U. & N. has notified the
Transfer & Livery Co. that part of
their stable is situated on the right of
way of the railroad, and that the
buildings will have to be removed.
The same notification has been given
Mrs. Fewol. The stable people say
they are undecided just what altera
tiom they will make in their barn to
confer with the removal order.
Mrs. Madge Ramsey of Portland ninl
Mrs. S. 11. Crockett o"f Seattle are visit
ing in Hood River. Mrs. Crockett will
be well remembered by Hood River
people who where here lie fore lHdtl,
when she and Mr. Crockett, resided on
and owned what, is now the Stated
place in the Frankton district. Mrs.
Crockett is here to remove the remains
of an infant sou from the Irving ceme
tery nt Frankton.
A marriage license was granted today
by the county clerk to Humphrey l'eugh
and Mrs. Susie Morgan. This is simple
reading matter on its face, but when it
is known that Mr. Peugb has passed
the 7!Hh milestone on bis weary pil
grimage and Mrs. Morgan her 4Hth, it
demonstrates the fact that love is ever
young and that cupid let flies his fiery
darts at those in the sere, yellow
leaf period of existance as well as others
in life's bright spring. The Dalles
James S. Reed of theConnecticut Fire
Insurance Co., who was in the city
Monday, regrets very much that be did
not come to this valley years ago, when
he first read of the country, and invest
ed in orchard land. "Why," he says,
"If I had come here then all the teams
in the valley couldn't drag me away."
Mr. Reed is genuinely enthusiastic over
the valley, and always has a good word
for the information of Urangere. Mr.
Heed is well pleased with the work of
George T. I'ratber, bis agent in this city.
A solid cake of natrual soda, weigh
ing half a ton which was mined in Al
bany county, Wyoming, is on exhibi
tion in Wyoming's section in the
Mines and Metallurgy building at the
Lewis and Clark exposition. 'The cake
of soda resembles in appearance an
Immense block of ice. Soda is found
in Wyoming, notably in Carbon,
Natrona and Albany counties, in de
posits varying in sio from a few acres
to one hundred acres and in dpeth
from n few inces to sixteen feet.
R. H. Lindsay iclurned Monday from
a trip to l'lU'tlaud.
Mrs. Marcellus has taken up her
abodo for the present in Portland.
Her address is bill Olin street.
Mrs. C. Ksh and daughter, Miss
Anna, of Portland are visiting with
Mrs. John Mohr and family.
Miss Nellie Dully, who has been the
guest of .Mario and Lizzie Mohr for
the past week, returned to her home
at Portland Tuesday.
Father DesniariiiH of t. Peter's church
at. The Dalles held services on Sunday
morning at the home of Peter Mohr of
the East Side.
Attorney and Mrs. B. I''. Huntingdon
of The Dalles wero guests Sunday of
Mr. and .Mrs. Allen anil Mr. and Mrs.
.Mrs. A. Stiother of Xowota, 1. T.,
and Mrs. K. Karl of Attica, Ind., are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. 10. Bartiness
M. K. McCarty of the Paris" I'uir
left. Wednesday for New York, where
be goes to purchase a stock of fall
and w inter goods.
Mrs. I). ('. (Jairabraut and infant
sou returned Monday from Portland.
The little boy, who had been uuder-H
going treatment at a hospital, is much
Mrs. W. II. Ilisbip arrived from Warm
Springs, Monday, on the Spencer. Her
mother, Mrs. Schalmcber. came ill from
St. Paul the same morning at seven o'
clock. They are stopping with Mrs.
Rigbv in her new home on Oak street.
Mrs. It. M. Hall of Portland and
Mr. and Mrs. i. W. Monroe of llloom
iugton, 111., Hindu a trip to Mount
Hood last week. While hero they
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Yaudcrhilt at Peiilab Land.
A. Hooker, a former acquaintance
of John llakel in the old country, was
here last week from Perth, N. 1)., and
secured an option on the liengst farm.
Mr. Hooker will keep posted on Hood
River events until his return later in
the year by reading the (Haider each
Mr. and Mrs. II. I), llaziett and
daughter of Melford, HI., accompan
ied by Mrs. S. Tombaug of Wnsing
ton, Peun., alter a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. (!. N. Clarke of this city,
lelt Tuesday morning for their homes
in the East,going by way of Portland,
San I'ranciso ami Los Angeles.
Mary Aleck, the aborigines who was
hound over to the circuit court for
the crime of murder, was taken very
sick and sent to her home near this
city. The report reached tint sheriff's
olliee this morning that she was very
seriously sick and not expected to
recover. The Dalles Chroicle.
For 11 days the little child of Mr.
and Mrs. Jensen has been hovering
between life and death, with a fever
at. times n high as loll, but Wednes
day iniii'iiing there was a slight
change tor the heller, the fever drop
ping to Kl'J mid a fraction. A little
prepared food is all the nourishment
the little one has taken in two weeks.
Dr. A. T. Huxley and family of
Mason City, Iowa, were the guests
last week of Mr. and Mrs. 11. M. Hux
ley of this city. Dr. Huxley spent
several weeks in Portland, where he
attended the medical convention and
the exposition prior to bis visit here.
It was his J i i.l trip to the coast,
which be considers one of the best
parts of the United States.
Mr. C. S. Davidson, wife and daugh
ter of Cniitrohurg, Ohio, arrived iu
Hood River on .No. fi, Tuesday morn
ing. Mr. Davidson is a brother of the
Deacon here and Mr. Jesse Davidson
who lives near Mount Hood. They
expect to remain several weeks and ex
plore the valley extensively. Mr. Da
vidson is an up-to-date Ohio farmer
making com, cattle and hogH a spe
cialty. The following party returned Tues
day from a trip to Mount Hood: Rev.
and Mrs. O. J. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs.
I'. I'. Friday, Mr. and .Mrs. Sherman,
Mr. and Mrs. Otten, a sister of Mrs.
Otten and Miss Lauer of California.
Mr. Nelson made the trip alone to
within a few feet of the summit, but
Ijecauso of gathering clouds which
completely envelop. el him, be was un
able to attain the summit, and was
forced to return.
There are complaints in sonic portions
of the county that by reason of the dry
weather many of the wells are lacking
in the usual quantity of water. This
has caused no suffering among the live
stock vet ; but fears are entertained if
there is not rain soon that tecre will be
a lack of water for cattle. Chronicle.
Mrs. Spear was up from Collins
(!. K Mix of Crookston, Minn., was
a Hood River visitor last week.
(anger & Hartley have disposed of
their d raying business to Will Morgan.
The family of S. W. Arnold returned
Wednesday from their camping trip
The families of (). 11. (irey iuuI Bert
St.ranahaii are camping on the Little
1). Fonts of Portland is the guest
of his brother, P. F. Fonts of the
A. W. Onthank and son Carl, went
to Portland Wednesday morning to
see the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. P.. II. Shcpnril and
little daughter left Tuesday afternoon
for Clatsop beach.
Material is on the ground for the con
struction id the watering tank, which
the O. It. it N. will install near the de
E. J. Perkins of the McMliinville
Fire Relief association was transact
ing business in Hood River during
The Misses Lola Hammond and 1'is
ther Butterworth of Portland and
Miss Mabel Rogers of Ashland are
guests of Mrs. E. N. Illy the.
A. L. Craig, general passenger agent
of the (). R. t N., was a member of a
party of Portlauders who made a trip
to Mount Hood last Saturday.
, Manager O. F. Gilbert of tlm Mount
Hood hotel is keeping up with the
march of progress and lias added a
heavy linoleum to the lloor of his ho
James M. Irving, managing editor
of the F'rult Grower at St. Joseph,
Mo., spent several daysiu Hood River
last week, on his return from the Port
The many friends of Mis. (!. II.
Vaugbail w ill regret to learn that she
has notbecn at all well of lale, being
confined to her bed at present. Wed
nesday she was feeling slightly lietter.
The blowing nut of a plug in the
water main at Hartley's corner Wed
nesday morning, made residents in
that part of town imagine the pre
dicted Hoods were coming.
Mrs. N. Tostevin and sou Norman,
James Langille and his ueice, Miss
L. L. Langille of Nova Scotia, were
in Portland last week, attending the
exposition. They returned Monday
APciiusylvn!iinu wants to know
what is the matter with organizing a
Pennsylvania society in Hood River.
He thinks that state should be able
to hold up its end with Iowa. Some
body take the lead.
Mrs. 0. A. Moore, of the Northwest
ern Hotel Register Co., of Minneapo
lis, Minn., visited Hood River Tues
day in tbo interest of her new revolv
ing hotel registers and loose leaf sys
tems. Mrs. Moore has an exhibition
at the Portland fair.
The Little White Store is up against
it for a place to store fto or 01 cords of
wood. The wood has been unloaded
east of tbo depot, but as the Mount
Hood Railway is preparing to put in
a switch for the unloading of 117 cars
of steel rails, the wood must be
Dr. Mary Phelps of Canyon City,
Col, accompanied by Miss liiilah Mac
Kae, w ere guests during the w eek of Dr.
Kdgington and family. Dr. Phelps is a
sister of Dr. Edginglon, whose family
she had not seen fur 17 years. She was
on her return from a trip to Alaska, and
had attended the medical convention in
Portland last month.
I'ifteen cream separators have been
purchased by Hood River farmers, so
Koswell Shelley informs the ( Jlacier.
Of these 15, eight went to Mount
Hood, one to William Davidson of the
West Side, and the remainder to the
following residents of Odell : S. Cot
pie, Mrs. Lenz, Frank Runcorn, Frank
Strang, James Eggert, Oscar Cam
The new power bouse of the F.lec-
trict Light Co., located on the com
pany's land on the east side of Hood
River, is nearing completion. The
heavy machinery is now being iustall
ed. Biel Allen is rushing work on
tbo big dam, and the cables have been
strung for the suspension bridge.
which is to convey the large pipe line
to the power House.
Heavy black clouds to tbo northeast
gave indication of a thunder and rain
storm iu the interior of Klickitat county
Miss Carrie Byerlee, who is home
from Shear's Bridge, where she taught
a summer school, lias been assigned to
a position in the Barrett district.
Hans Lags informs the Glacier that
his thresher will start out next woek.
There Is more grain than ever to bo
threshed in the valley this summer,
says M r. Lage. 4ia machine will visit
about 20 ranches.
Portland's populat ion will be shown
to be betwoeeu 115,000 and 120,000 by
the census which has been taken this
summer under the direction of County
Assessor Slgler. The census is not
yet quite complete, and the olliclal
figures will not be given out until
Into this week, but Mr. Slgler la mak
ing an approximate estimate of the
census, and says tbo population of
Portland will be more tiiau 115,000
ami less than 120,000.
RAILS HERE FOR
MOUNT HOOD ROAD
"We have about 11 miles of grading
completed, and one car of rails has
arrived from the East," said Presi
dent Kccles of the Mount Hood Rail
way company. The company has sev
eral more cars nu the way fiom Oma
ha, 'iuesday O. K. & N. officials
were here, and arrangements were
made for putting In a temporary
switch east of the depot, for unload
ing the rails.
The difficulty of right of wav
through the property of the Hood
River Lumbering Co. Is not yet set
tled, the circuit judge having to wait
on Attorney Bennett, the represen
tative of the Winans Bros.' interests.
who has been engaged for a month or
more in the land fraud cases at Port
laud. As soon as a settlement is
ronchod in court, rails will be laid be
tween the O. R. & N. track and the
point where the Mount Hood road
will bridge the river at the bend
above the wagon bridge. Track-lay
ing will then continue ou up the riv
Right of way has not yet boon se
cured from N. V. Kvans. ou whose
land It will bo necessary to place u
switch back" in order to reach the
upper level leading out into the East
Side valley. This suit for right of
way will probably be decided at the
same time a decision is given iu the
From a point a short distance on
the other side of Hood river, the
grading has been completed all the
way to the hvaus property, and be
yond that nearly all of it is completed
to the terminus at Winans city.
At Johnson s point, where it was
the original intention to make a tun
nel, no solid rock was encountered.
and a bo-foot cut made instead. The
earth excavated has been used in a till
ou each side of the point. A trip
over the road shows that Engineer
West has spared no expense m con
structing a good broad grade, and one
that should last for years, with little
Vnyle Lindsay Sutlers Broken Leg.
While logging on the Washington
side of the Columbia for the Wind
River Lumber Co., Voyle Lindsay,
sou of R. B. Lindsay of Hood River,
sustained a broken lof. The young
man was taken to a Portland hospital,
where he is resting easy.
1 hi) doukoy engine about which be
was working in some manner snagged
a dead tree, which as it fell struck
young Lindsay a sufficient bljw to
cause a compound fracture of his leg,
lietweon the knee and ankle.
Finds Spokane a Lively Town.
J. K. Rand was in Spokane last Sat
rdav. While nassinir thrnmh tint
I'alouse c.ountrv. Sir. Rand savs he saw
thousands of acres of ripening grain
which gives promise of an immense
About llo clock (Saturday morning,
while passing up Riverside avenue, Mr.
Rand ecountered a great throng of peo
ple lined up before the door of one oi the
leading banking bouses of that city.
"What's this, a run of the bank?" In
ipiired Mr. Rand of a friend.
"(), no," was the reply. "The bank
closes at noon on Saturdays, and those
are people after a little money to di)
them over Sunday,"