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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1905.
GOOD WORK ON
tinialo in lining nhlo to ti ll their land
lit h Rood IIkui'O when they dcHiro.
tjj And tniscoineB fronftho fact that they
jj nt;ind together and Ciko riili) in ilc-
I vehiltlnu ulwl -lilt it nl Im lurwlu
until tlif whole Keetion in 111 a kuiI:
und 'ri'iinHi'. n iDink; nit,L;:ti d
Hood Uhef t 1, y tin lo is
to null land.
Jiy HoBwcll Shelley.
Odell, Kant Hood Kiver Valley, Oct.
24. Lant week imdrr tho direction of
Koail HupflrvlKor Frank V. .M ks-.-it- the
work of Kruvolinit the I'uviili.H liiji
roKretme I nicely, Finully when alter
the recent ho.iry raiim l ad f.ilh n ami
portioiiH nf the hill hoc.iiioo almont im
I'HSBalili) the peojilo not together, and
it proved a record hret kiny week for
volunteer road work. Ihe gravel tva.-i
liunled from the Lee Morse liiee, the
county paying for it, while tho haul
intf wan the remit of volunteer work.
Some money was wilir-rrihed that went
into tiaulniK, out heie whb no now ml
tax and all the money it cunt the
county hh a ntmiiiinl Mini for li.e
gravel. Thiii doinoni-t rates Die fact
that good niacin can lie had and now
that good reHiiltH will follow thin
work it in to be hoped th t the work
will be kept Koiutf until our rim 't,
will be a subject of pride an are ou.
product). Good road Htipei viHnrs are
Hcarce, especially id thiH true m the
handling of work whirl iri voluntary
for it in a bard matter t ) tfct people
together, but Madi-ee him proven hiin.
nelf a diplomat of hiL'h rank alon
thiH line and it in our opinion that i e
nhonld he retained an Hiiiervieor. 'J'hin
would give him opportunity to follow
up and complete work already out
lined, and next year' w rk would tell.
NooeHHitieH we nuiht have, and in a
rich ami thickly populated section
like ours, whoro travel is constantly
incroHBinK and laud is on the up
grade, the road uhould bo made
Lat week Troy fiholloy Hold to
Halph Lotvid of llelmout 1!U acres of j
his Oak hill land lying i:at of Willmv
Hat. Hub land lien directly in one
of the bout apple IjoHh of t hin famous
fruit valley. While the coiihiderin ion
was satinfaetory, yet it in a Imiyaih
coutilderlng the fact that it lies elote
to the Willow Ha1 diHtriet, where
liiticb money ban been npent mid
which miction ban long ninco pan'cd
the expei iiiieiitiil t-t njo. lialpli ii a
young man who in energetic and with
uuiBc.leH that have been burdened by
work and an abiding fail h in the In
turo of the valley, lie will moou dsvel
ope thin land mid make of it a hctiuti
ful home uitt. We c jnnrutulato hiin
upon bin ability to tackle and carry
out tbi proportion, ivhic'i would
coon mean a valuable home to him,
The opportiinitiim are not all gone.
The thing to do iH to improve them
as they oomo.
P, T. Minus of the Fine Grove din
trlet was doing liiininoHN ut the LittUo
White Store recently, and jn Kpeukiug
of the iniiny recent good Hales iu M.)
ne'ghborhood, wild lie watt afraid lo
put a for B" Jo fign on bin plneo lent
ho make the price too loir or be sold
out of a heme before the Know lhe.
'The Pine (Irovo people are indeed for
We had the pleasure of again greet
ing your liarrott correHpotident if
Kockford Jai-t Sunday, who hdmlui.-;-tcred
i-piritual connotation to the
upper Mount Hood i eop.ln. Mr. lira!-
i ifri'd' in ntiite content with a hitching
IjohI iiMoiid Kiver vallev. and iH snt-
t ho development iu bin
Little White Store Muntlii
uied by bin brother, I). V.
Seattle Wash., who
i n trouble inlied with
M A Z'dler, who okuh 1W acres i M.t of tho i.ppIeH are now plcki.d :
on the hills Hiiotlnyert of Odd, and , without exception, the crop ha.i ,
who lives in J'ortlai.d, called at t he 1 1 ,,r,.,i ,,,,i ,., l,f mwl ovm.elut inn j 1
V, nccoinpa I Xhe i rices paid for apples this ycr
It' ili 1 lu i I in. r in ii.lt-f.i-1 iuintr tli'.n nil
WchIi., who -is Icukltiif the tl, n,..'...nn.(er iiilvi.rliiie'.hiid H ti e I
v uley over w ih tue,vlw - lnyt.-t- ,, t .,;r t Hit ban been put -into railway I
iiifl..nd. J'hey both. we ple'-1 ,0tdi.K during all t'lo years that are!
ed with present c.mdit ions 1 ere ud ,,.- . The prof f of tho pudding it.
predict h bright, future fur the valley. ! ,0 ii j of the bag, and the offer
('. I. Thompson, principal of the i of i'.i.lM per box Ih a clincher. It will
I'.arrett Hchool, imd who owuh land on surely ineri a-;e salt i r place the price '
Willow Hat, left a Rumple of lie nut ' ut a I oint that will scuro 'ho buyers!
grown on his Willow Hut ranch that i wway, but there is no mistake iu buy
cuiiipare favorably ith thoe ou sale j iug anywhere in tho valley it a reu
bern. Mr. Thompson says they "J i : I Honable price. ;,
very little care. . Auoth. i iier tr j M,.M'I, ,l0 nniL Powers, two
" - -1 '' v-. feStre'driiiami rs who travel out of j
J. I.. 'Coie.ey, jitii;(-ij.n) ,f tht ?A1 : Portland and v. ho own theNason place i
binii school, came up Sanirday i Ins ; clu-e op to ( hlua Hill, ou the ('loud
ranch. Mr. Tuu-ey i.i g big to iUy ulCup Inn n.i.d, culled List Saturday at
lot more clunritig thia winter, hut iug '.the Little White Store on their way
to I heir much o gat her hi their gold
en harvest of red apples. These jolly
Minus mo will pleased with
W1- .New. Arrivals
Do you like your thin, rpugh,
short hair? Of course you
don't. Do you like thick,
heavy, smooth hair? Of
rnnrsp vnii .An Thon mttir
not be pleased? Ayer'sHairfc
Vigor makes beautiful heads
of hair, that's the whole
story. Sold for 60 years.
" I have nsvt Aver'i Hair Vlcor for ft lont
lime. It lurked M Moinlt-rr'ul hair to tile,
rNtriM( liPfifih in thf. iinir tinrt nctrtp. nmi, ut
the khiiiu tmiH, iirvitidt a Kplmutwl dn:sj(iiti(."
1U. J. VV. Tatiu, Hitdifl, Ind. T.
BLACK CAT HOSIERY
Our Fall and Winter line of Black Cat Hosiery is just in and we have every-
H tJivng in tottoti, t lecce-hued, Wool and ovsted lor Ladies, Misses, Men, Jiojs and
J Children. This is the prettiest line and best Stockings that it is possible to get. If
you buy IJlaek Cat Hosiery you will get the worth of jour money and be fiatisfied.
Price, 3 20 per pair up. Try Black Cat "
already 17 acre pl.mted ttr bih I
Jl im ranch will hood bo valuable.
Kev. T. H. llandsaker, tho Stale
Ktangelint of the Ohriht an f!nu'di, i
conilnctTig a KcricH of meetingri lit
Odell, wbiuh are prOTing ijnite natin
factory.. Air. HaildakeF.i an inlel
ligent, foroi'la ?t eiiker,. and with the
aid of Al I'm. Il.'tnd.-aker they tnrnii-h
nice miirtio. ' ( Hvbig to,tlii piit'Uiat.iii
and prumpt inaiiiior of condileting the
crvi-cu the 'niei -titigii prote a pleasant
prnlltalibt hour. Such worn is always
coinmeiidablo . . .
J. 11. JuchMon, wIiohh ranch is high
up on the hill eai-t i.f .Neal creek,
came in while J wa .writing. AIimh
U'd.uu Willi l- i. dieu . applet . Uiree
Oi Lleyi and !5 Jonutnaiiti, un due npi c
imeiiM an bate lieen nhown thin khihoii.
J. II. Hiiyii be'bad l'JO boc.i of api lea
thin year, and the line ipmlity anil
fancy price paid this hu.-d;) lain
cbangoil bin mind tiimut 't-i'd I fi."j-f ijt.ji
withdrew bin plaee fiom'tie' la.l'kef.
Uii Odt land and the eletafion rend-
pw il an Ideal ,np.ot fhr affjl.jr-jwl
now Unit he in married. It would take
a pile of money. Ift 1 my that happy
liomu of hi, fyr up there In bin. Oaic
gallery he ran look (b1',vir 'iipiii 'tlio
whulu "bhiimiia uhow.'' :
Mr. end Miv. (J. Ii. Iloblnum
Pino Oram were cnlPT.i lin.- Mr. 'nnd
yi on bm tie
I All trn.'ytt..
3 r. Ann co..
T.'iwH I , Mnit.
linth of U Crockett.
i A tcli gralti n j wived Monday
alternouii :ifinO(ii:(!iiig the death of
Ada C'r. cki tt, Ht Hiiput, Idaho, to
which place 5iiy. Crockett went lact
iuiiMer in ti.o liiipe of benelltting
.n health, i: :t ula ! conHUinptioii
li ih done it:- w ork.
ThU -i'. the t'lird death in the
Ciuckotl fu.ily ttiLbiu a year. Dnr
irg ail the long period of illneen and
through the t hive . deathbed k-ciicb
.Vi'K. Crockett's fortitudo him lweil
ttuly wonileilol. N'otwithritaiiding the
cruel '.wud of death had cut iiHimder
the ii.arriaL'i) tie and lobbed her tUo
of t wo children, nho bs brave.
Ihu entire coiuumiiily at Odell given
li - i- nmtieiiSiirod sympathy during the
iMior- hihe gnai da the dead one and
It yw her carefully away into her lent
I t htillg 1 1lCI).
Under the direction of county
nrhoi.1 Hiipi.'i liileiident Xeff, there will
I.d.m tenehei'M' iimtitute held at the
Ode'll iclioul bouse ou Saturday, Nov-
i.h.I,.i- II I lin.el.nr V I. l'i,,'i.,..
t'Y i l.u.i i r it. to I nk knmun t tint, t tie i enel i .
.... ,.,..1 ,;..iii.,,.u iii i. -,.,,-,,,1 ,.;i,i ,.
a . 't ! 1 ? y , a , "' llim;l1 111111 'lay. The Odeil
.?"."'": " ' -""" iwhoid h in tho front row thiH year,
count ry, ooBF.i.e.itl.v im i.nite content. llUti ,JllbJiu will l;t, eordialUy re
Hm only trouble i m ton nmeti land. I(.,,ivcj. i n thnt occasion, no come
Ihe w.ifor inn t tnml.led that Way .;V hl, Krado .hool enter-
mid we imagine that O. 1,. .cuiitisily ! .,li,..i ...in .,;.,,. n fhuk .,v..
nig ny t 1 1 o inacnerH ana luifius pt tno
diMpowe of Iiih Hiirpiuu. laud at u good
round (Igiiro. '
Airs. I), Jj. lloyed returned .homo
Sunday alter aeveral days' abwince iu
Tho oiiginal aud-fnily .Ibhu K. liob-orl.H-
iu tip'froin J ortbuid spending
Home time in iinj. roving Ills "(iiilu
boula" ranch, llii.t niiiie nf ' .Jackii
hliuiid niake him a forlniie. Ulo mairy
li ii.iulH ure iiltva.VH glad, (io see him,
fur when be coii.ch I here u ulwua
Odell Fcliool, tu which everybody i.-i
I'nitieM aro now looking for small
tracts of !i;n for homo nifes near the
O.b 11 Hi'lim I. 'L'j all Biieh we say that
the "Odell ' t." lying north and
abnl.ting on to l Mi ll, present many
al traeit.'inH lo huiia .-: I'kern. With Im
i'u.-'t frontage and an i levation that
fiirni.-heH a -1 leni'iil view of Mount
jliooil nnd Mi. tint
und the aur-
Smtt a,tmi.!k' ..,J? k.. it. i t in. -. ItJi.J W kJtMmJkMm. i-'-i..-.i.tJ tuy..,i.-. r,i-i, , 4n j
3 Couciiis aridylSolcIs !
iiuivc vou niiiv tret M
Is nt hand, find everybody is liable to t-altnj Ihi-in. " Of c-
some itoarhound caud v, a box il coiiulidroiis, luive mother ni;ikc sonic ilax-
sceil tea witli a stick of licorice in it, rub on some skunk oil nml turpentine
take a dose of kerosene; uud if till 1 ki fails you'iy ,
. he used, etc. These remedied in ay be idl lie li f; ii:.t
tain conditions, lint when they fail to aid v.ou, why
nienting when vou can get almost. iusbniiii vt lief with our
sk your neighbor what
; h times and under eer
io you go on experi-
CU1U JL Cii.
'pared, absolutely harmless to
of which is guaranteed, (live
which is scient ideally p
child, and every bottle
money back if not satisfactory. Price. and .' c
E i' in n m jms
iirrriiii i m Wwi m
"KP "f '''' "t''T"-'
mt mw mts (mtLTWmm,
rounding valley, tho tceue is 'Ideal,
'there io no uicur.fpot iu tho valley
for a suburban ho ne, whon you take
into account the church, school bonne
and commercial advantages already
eHtablii-hed. Land here in yet cheap
compared with btho'r 30ctfit;iS,"l,tlt tho''
fuure of ttiiri witiual clmriniug taction'
has Mouderful poeFibi'itieM, so that if
your eye i tnrqed this way you hail
bout come ut once, for "he who hesi
tates l lott,." 11UV NOW. t
Albert Schiller U on record a1, the
Little White Store with i-amples of
pi unntu grown on their ranch iu tho
valley, that for bizy beat anything ev
er wild on tho mmket heie. - When
lie oonditiouj of toil and climate are
iiudorhton.il nnd utilized, then we can
truly Bay, l:ood liiver against the
' ; BSLMONlj. -
Rev. 1). 1). Dodge will' ireach at
liebnont next Sunday morning at
Mr. und Mrs. T. (. Frohn moved
into tho home belonging to C. p.
ifiekeJuoiu ; : '.'
Misii Wright, the feoond vice presi-
ilcntot 'lho Dalles
League, w ill conduct
servioe ut llejmont, October 2).
A. L. l'lielps vi,iled Mr. Penlor lett
Suniiny. lie found him lonely nnd
in pour heitlt1' p id the (i. A, li. hnve
nsked for him admittance into tho
D. 1'j. Church of Spokane spent last
week in lielmout visiting with his
brother F. (.!. Church and family. tA
Tloy Smith and wife and Adolph
shell' veio visit. irs at the home of
M. 1'. Leiiberg lust Sunday. :.
W. 0. ssummerville, who recently
can e here from Lexington, Neb., has
moved into bis boiuo in l'eJiuont.
They were rf sidei.t at lielinont ten
years ago. Lvcr.Miio is gbwl lo wel
come them buck into our lnidtt.
llotviird Hoover of Hood liiver wns
a visitor in lielinont Sunday. :
John Strontman's line of Shoes for
Ladies find Children in the newest lasts,
are the best wearers, snappiest styles,
best fitting and most comfortable .Shoes
yon can get.
Ask to see the
and Turnovers in the newest styles.
I'lain and colored. IOmbroidered, drawn
150, 200, 250, 350, 500 750
Ladies' & Misses' CAPS
New Things in Caps
500, 600, 820, $1.00
In kid. navv blue, plain or checked.
which are the very latest. Also mixed I
our way home we called on liro. Shel
ley, where we paw your very fine epcu
iuiens of different kindH of apples,
which ure raised near the little White
' CJ. I. Sargent, who l.ns puichased
the old Barratt ruuob, is making coil-
.. i .1 ..r ..I. il .1 -.1 .. 3
district Vnworth I . " ' iB ull,BIUl'",u M,,u i'""'m"K "P
1'tober g wil1 rrive Portly. Mr. Sargent has
bad n now Luck chimury built with a
lire place iu, so that ho can sit nnd
enjoy tho log tire. This is more and
good improvement iu llurrot distiict.
Great credit is due the road snper
vif iir and the farmers who hauled the
gravel end llxed up the Duvidson hill,
which was so deep ill mud that it was
ulmo'4 impassable. Now these teams
ha to haul tlu gravel over two miles,
yet th y did it and here we are iu the
liarrett ilictriist with gravel right on
baud, but cannot get it put on the
roads. It is time we get right at this
work, inn do it ourselves and he our
ctvn help, for that is the only way we
will have good roads. We mui-t do
less kicking and more work. We
nover feel very well, but rather feel
mean vt ben we have been running
some one down. We suggest that we
do this work nt once. Sly team can
go nt any time. Who will second this
proposition of Rockfonl Store?
Kd Watts, the phe-torer and Hue n,rnii.i. u .iura.fin tt,.,..,i,,
builder, has been out on the eai-t i-i.to Thos. Goss' house was burned up oil
buiidllij? H line IU e tuive new bouse. Satiird.v nfinrnnon. Knrlnniitlv ilia
Slionbl : ton need him, call at Koek- !,.,,'... ....o .,,,f irc,i
toul !';tou'- i Miss Minnie ilomewood 'of Lavton,
Lio.-i. Shearer is a bury inan set ting I'tuh, who bus teen visiting relative)
Strawberry plants. Tho.!. Kays he will in Vancouver nnd Castle Kock, Wash.,
make thiiji.'-i hum II. is nr ,t suiiimej-. arrivod nt the home of C. L. Tine of
Chieke'is am! berries is the pin s word. Ituckford avenue. Mits Ilomewood is
1!. V. Shoo maker ha.i been on tho ' cousin to C. L. True und. II. H.
siclt liat. for the hint week or so. Let ! I'otti'H, and will make a visit with
T1II0 (JFAKANTEE OF THE
Hazeswood Cream Co.
IS I '.EH IX I) THE
U. S. Cream Separator
TIME AND "PATIENCE SAVED
-15 Y i01NS TO-
wMr dlb . v',.'.'- V V ' ..if' X'.lczir
THE NEW JEWE
h i nr.
e I f
fH'My oanuiM (nir
;u lie Mint u-j; ;t.i lit urn1.
we ca iinot. repair
wo can "'ivo- you
Ooods we sell will be cn,,; ravcd frco of charge-
Wo do our otvn Itiaiin
Xo Wiitch so couijilica
Our Ioii!j; e)erii.'iice. sajterior oiui)taenfc find methoi
ns on an euu.ilit v with anv Iuc.im' iu tlie la r'o, cities.
ColK'ji'es, t he ter ;is I'oetor oi l i lialniolpji'.v, wt) tint'erstaiiu
nnd their rel.itioii to hiuiiiin ills. 1'op headat he, nervoiisiies.. eti1-:, resultiii';' from U
eye strain, we invite you to call. - . i
Whv not add your name to our lis.t of sat isliei
is now Improi ing again.
In oilr mail this week we received
an old 1 1 in nt ry paper from our native
town, Walsall. Knglaud. This is the
town lo which Mr. 'Jarnegie bus do
nated several t hot. sand dollars for th
purpose of liiiihiing a new library,
which hi now i mupluted ; also a new
townhall which cost over f."inil,0u(l.
I. j p mr iiiiaii retells Paeii to our tcliool
days la (lie fid-historic town. So by
iiu.iginatioii i e take a tlip to the ohl
land. All aboard lor .New York,
fussing in or Ihe Hookies and S num
ber nictate tie arrived at .leivoy City.
iVi-iug the Hudson on the largo I'er
iy, t e Ibid the City of l.'ielniiond in
her docks. We pas up the gangway
planlv.4, Hcleet our berth mid ou Sat
urday oiciibif' f,t float out into too
Hudson, and aa tho sweet strains of
music, ".My Country "lis of Thee"
i lie. i.nji.riiinii' iinndn.i.n.111
( 1 ,.i"M ll l)t ,.r, ;t fit 9. Vim. Im' ii
nfonil in I ho cabin for worship,
"huh ail enjoy. After h pleasant voy
ai.:e of ih day.-, l.iviroool is in sight.
( itli'.-r- board tho ship; baggage is
inspect .1 and nd.iiittoH; much excitc
ni nt. We are luiuh u on tho old sod
t.j ma e more. I' rie'ius are there to greet
i i he I urn.: absent ones. Wo are soon
, i at oai'd the iiule old cars with the
M small engine pulling away, and on
jt line we arrive at tho old town of
I Walsall. It is now nearly twenty
years since e looked at the clock in
i i he eld church tower; but how thinps
Irj have changed ! Wo source ly know the
i; place we usjd to know 'so Well. Its
giillleeut ne.v lililiilings ; new
H churches i;n.l .-ehools: its Hue streets
"ith the electric, t ni ui Cilia. Wo won
der can ii be. to meet men now
;j Iiu iied fi' .v these were our school
i chums. We visit thro;! homestead,
! mi'! alter :i wlimt visit wo say good bye
;i!otliii oi l tn" n anted for. its good
leather huiut't.-.. So by ea md Ijy
J.uiii J ari'H e si,fo i.t our nimio in
ihe Hood Uher valley; Itocl.ford
i these families.
This fine weather enables us to do
up our full work and every one is tak
ing advantage of it, and getting in his
cow fodder and digging Bpuds, The
potato crop will be very good this
J. O. Cameron- was haling hay last
t.eek. Ho was baling out of the
shock too. Mr. Cameron says it is
not lirst class hay, but it wiJl keep
stock (rom starving.
Noah iioue was in our town looking
for potato diggers last week. As
every one was busy, Mr. Hone went
homo without any.
One of Harry Dodson's horses was
badly cut ou barb wire last week. It
was thought for a whi.e that he would
have to bo killed, but it is not as bad
as was at tirtt supposed, and the
animal is getting along veiy nicely.
W. (1. Dodson has returned from
I'lisL rn Oregon, und reports the show
business 11 failure. The other fellows
are stranded somehere over in bunch
i grass. They will probably come back
i to Hood Kiver soon.
Miss (loode of Kosoburg is visiting
with her sister, Mrs. J. O. Cameion.
The Whistler ISros. moved down this
week from The Dalles, anil will tinisli
tuelr store minding anil get in a
stock of groceries immediately. They
intend to airy a full lino of groceries
ami some dry goods. This slore will
save tho 1 'ulies Vulieites a good many
trips, ami will be appreciated very
much, especially by our horses auy
The fellow that pried open the
school tonso window and scattered the
school' books all over the floor had
letter' see the directors, am) have a
talk wijti them, or he is liable to get
himself into serious trouble. A word
to the Wise, etc.
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Write for Catalogue.
HAZEL WOOD CEEAM CO.
Bartmess' Furniture Store
A CASH BASIS
Ihe fil lanahaii 1ioys are busy with. Attacked Ity a Mob
i.ie nppio crow. o. nun 1. lire regm.u i .....i i ,.l(,, h,.,. labor riot, until cover
huMln... They wll he making the j e I with Te, K Chicago street car con
dob. ll'S. !. I, . .(J ,,1t.l l.,.L..,,, A,i.. u.,l..
m It "as the writer's privilege to at- and,. wan soun sound and well. "1 me
Ji i tend ili', ine services at t he Croif net-1 il in my family," writes li. J. Welch,
r.j4en rut in the United Hrettircii church ' of Tekousba, Nlicb., "anil find It per-t-ijuti
Sinuiay i.,,t. nnd was entertained i li it." Siioply trri'at for cuts and burns.
Hint the home of T. Joff and will. OnlOnly ;.V t C. X. Clarke's drug store.
Your dollar will hny one collar's worth, nnd we
will show you we anpreciate it.
Prices g're.Uly reduced. Keineinber wo aro tho
leaders in reducing' prices.
Come and see what cash will do.
S. E. BARTMESS
UtiizM. Caroets. Paink etc.
s ' I '
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Higrli. Class 2NIllirLer3r
AND HAIR GOODS
Hood Piver, Oregon.
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lit I iug" p.
x a gtV.d
I lie e es.
uate tf 1 1 1 roe
01 -BargraArLG irLiz
Honest goods at honost prices.
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H Keating Stoves, Furniture, Tin and Granite
Ware, Crockery, and in fact everything in the Iiouso Furnishing line.
Big' Reductions this Month
Wo Exchange New Furniture for Old. Furniture repairing. Stove Repairing.
0. P. DABNEY & CO., Proprietors.